Turlock High School - Alert Yearbook (Turlock, CA)

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If L Pulolishecl by the ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OF THE TURLOCK UNION HIGH SCHOOL TURLOCK, CALIFORNIA llgg 'vi XX ,.,U1.f' A A g3mIQE1uwLmUT,K1LHiLn RMB, H152 g7l'bIiY1X gwrikimuxg flaw uf 1921, 1: .Ewhimie M35 issue uf QEEHLFIB Cglnarrilz in mmf gunfinwntipzxl giemkfsllfa inlgu Ima 113195211 nur ifnifclngfixl L'ZU1Ul3'?sP!IL'Il' - hlzrintg JL'iI11I1IiEIClT1IK 'gl-sa'z1ws in iliiiiglg EEEQULTE vsperiflzllg anh frirmhr PRINCIPAL J. PERRY RATZELL ABLE OF Dedication . Mr. Ratzell . Faculty .... Literary ..... Senior Class Report . Ye Seniors .... Life's Call ...... Senior Prophecy .... Corrected View of Seniors Senior Horoscope . . . Senior Will ...... Junior Class Report . Juniors ..... Editorial .... The Student Body . Debate .... Cadet Report . Music . . Alumni . . . Drainatics .... Sophomore Report . . As the Junior Sees Him . Athletics ....... Clippings from "Reflector" School Notes .... Exchanges . Vocational . . . . Honor Roll ...... Jokes Cincluding Freshnienj NTENTS 2 3 5 11 20 22 32 33 39 44 46 49 50 52 54 57 59 62 65 66 69 70 73 93 95 101 103 105 107 ,':.,., ..., ., 3. X 4' r-.......-.a.x.. -.. . . ... Lp. .: :U , L' lil 44 gl :LJ A '- M fs. Ro iczhz .ff J- .f,-an - QP' ' 4, " -. .4 f G'- X275 if 4.. x, - . -.. .1 1.,.. , Faculty J . PERRY RATZELL PRINCIPAL A. M., Columbia University A. M., 'University of California. M. K. MARTIN FIRST VICE PRINCIPAL and DEAN OF JUNIOR COLLEGE A. M., University of Chicago LeROY NICHOLS SECOND VICE PRINCIPAL A. B., Southwestern University ILMA BADGELY A. B., University of California CLARENCE J. CARPENTER B. L., M. A., University of California LOUISE CROSS San Diego Normal Kelsey-Jenney Commercial College SARA RUSSELL D'ANCONA A. B., University of California LARS J. ERICSON B. L., Oregon State Agri. College ADELAIDE GRAHAM B. L., University of California MARY BLAIR GRANT B. S., University of California FANNIE GRANGER HOLT A. B., University of California EVA MAYE HYDE B. A., Pomona College GEORGE J. KYLE A. B., Denison University KATE E MAR . K . A. B., Carleton College: U. of Chicago C. S . MCCREADY LYDIA L. MEYER B. A., University of Wisconsin M. A., Stanford University CHARLES A. MOHR Ph. D., University of Chicago HAZEL PEARL NEELEY A. B., University of California AGNES PETERSEN University of Southern California fCol1ege of Fine Arts! Thomas Normal Training School fDetroit, Micliigaugf ' PAULINE G. PULCIEER B. L., University of California M. A., Yale JAMES C. RAY A. B., Stanford University HAZEL K. REED A. B., Stanford University ' MRS. FRANCES ROACH B. Mus., Italian School of Mus' ic Mexico City, Mexico LEONIE E. SCHMIDT A. B., Oberlin College H University of California INA V. SMITH A. B., B. S., in Education University of Missouri WALTER F. SUTI-IERST Diploma, Technical Institute Zurich, Switzerland ' M. A., University of Manitoba, Canada Baker University Ph. D., University of Geneva, Switzl'd McPherson College, Kansas Fellow of Inst. of Chemistry, London Mu'-', 'T C 44 4 dA-gxC0'lU:P AA: , Nusa.. --Q-MESS.. V16-'L' -l..,,f,.1Q The . Faculty ILENTLY gazing at the visions, both imaginary and real, which 'have impressed themselves upon my forgetful memory, there passes before mymind a procession of learned men and women- the faculty. Though not a conspicuous group, they are the ones to whom we owe our success. They have endeavored to impart to us their knowledge of the world acquired through many years of expe- rience and study. t A worthy group, indeed, are the dispensers of knowledge who pass before me, physicists, chemists, mathematicians, musicians, linguists, English teachers, mechanics, physical "torturists," and "carpenters," p Ah, that we could have grasped all the knowledge that they have tried so hard to instill into our unfertile minds! When we resumed our studies in September after the all-too-short summer vacation, we found many changes in the teaching staff. During the summer months many of our former faculty embarked upon the rolling seas of matriniony and settled down to await the fate of time and eternity. Of the twenty-two teachers, only fourteen returned to their former duties. ' Our present faculty consists of twenty-six ever-willing helpers when we are in need of assistance .or advice. Furthermore, they help to put pep and life into our school activities. "Carp," "Mac,",and "Nick" are some of the common names among the boys, while "Shortie" fMiss Reedj, sweet Miss Hyde, and Miss Neeley attract the admiration of the feminine element. The Seniors, as they depart from T. 'U. H. S. to start the machinery of life, will never forget the advice and kind attention given them by the faculty of 1920-21. Our class advisors-Miss Meyer, Mrs. Roach, and Mrs. Holt-have ever ,been ready to assist us during the past year. Our advice to the lower classmen as they advance in high school life is to conduct themselves so that they can say as we do now, "Members of the faculty, we thank you for your advice and kind attention, we shall ever praise you in word and deed, and, as we leave the portals of this school, we give three rousing cheers for the kind- ness and attention which you have give11 us." A SENIOR. 9 i 2 E 5 1 v I n I ,, I 1 1 N' U. Pu L. c LfP-gf L E i ar V A NX :L rhfxrgms 9 1 5 j IE ef z . .. 3 'N--SS-Nkl-W K -, 1 4 f if f?f Mn:,s.5m1 ' 5 ' wiv ,X nj' Vg! U,nb1QE- .W 'W x X 169 V Lhrrzenfy 1' dltfqvq ' ' 2? L, 1Vg J x ,NK Q 5? X I Mr will - ADW lily. S1 Ai ' - . X N ' '-- ' 'Z . QT' F is 1 Y if 2: 5 f - f U an -ge ' . , il - . ,-'?Z Xi? Q, Bai Eg . ' Y ' -4 +527 l ,wx 4 fr? 'S 'Eg' fgmfyl ral, 1 2 ,WMP -:gif ET' L-.1?.:'-fmfff Zfgeififx -dv .f 1 'mfr - - gf., 1. Q Y ' I wht? - - .....Q.1- 'X ' H '-3255.5 44,12 ,, ' X K . -mm-A ' s 1' I.. ' 1 5 1 ' 'fl ' j " L. f Q 3 V ' J , 4 P ll. 'H llfivu' Z X ,A X JJJl,,4lH:. A f,,l,,,Yv,.b K. ..l V512 4 '7 fin' ' 'flffl' I Grandmother G G OW, for a good time," said Dick Walton, as he hastily packed a small leather bag. "No more parties or girls for me, 1,111 going to do just what I please? He glanced quickly around the room, then ' left for the station. A Dick had been asked to spend part of his vacation with his former roommate at college, Tad Roland. Tad had left college because of his gI'3,lldf3.th61',S death. It was hard for Tad to leave schoolvfduring the last week on account of the numerous banquets and dances given to the graduates, but now he was looking forward to Dick's coming, in the hope that this visit would bring much cheer. Tad met Dick at the train Thursday afternoon. .After the happy greetings were over they drove through the dusty lanes shaded by huge oak trees. 'Tm certainly going to enjoy myself down here," said Dick. "You won't catch me doing this and that for any girl. I'm going- to have a rest from that kind of fun," he continued. Still no answer was received from Tad. I Dick turned slowly, scrutinizing his friend, Leaning closer, she noticed a twinkle in Tad's eyes. V A v "Say, if you think that I'm going to pilot a girl around down here you are very much mistaken, Mr. Tad Roland," quietly said Dick. "l'l1 just walk back to the station and take the first train homef' "Don't get excited, Dick," retorted Tad. "There aren't any women folks at this ranch but 1ny mother," he paused, "and 1ny grand- mother." The last was added with a laugh. "I guess that'1l be all right," said Dick, "no danger there." ll They arrived at the ranch in time for a big dinner given in Dick's honor. When they entered the house Tad presented Dick to the rest of the family. All through the .evening Dick was very uncomfortable and troubled while Tad was smiling. "What do you mean by this?" asked Dick. "Didn,t I come down here just to get away from girls and have a good time? Then, the first thing out steps a pretty brunette. Who is she? What's she doing here?" stormed Dick. Tad was so full of laughter that he could hardly speak. "She's my grandmother," he murmured, through bursts of laughter. "Grandmother? Nonsense!" ejaculated Dick. "Yes, sir, that's just what she is," said Tad. "She's only nineteen, she married my grandfather out of pity, just to take care of him." "Well," sighed Dick, "I guess I'll stay, in spite of the circum- stances." Dick's vacation went all too quickly. It was within two weeks of ending, just long enough for a-but never mind. About this time Tad went to town very early one day. Stopping at the postoffice he found a letter for him. It was a mere note, but that was sufficient. , Dick and grandmother were spending the rest of the vacation on their honeymoon. They had eloped, and the note was signed, 4'Your loving Grandmother." MAUD BRESSIE, '22, TGGCIIGFS ID you ever stop to think about teachers, just plain everyday teachers whom you meet in your class rooms? Every student, acknowledge or deny the fact, forms an estimate of his teachers the minute he meets them. By this I do not mean that he is plotting and planning to find the most reliable way to bluff her and still get away with creditable marks at the end of the term. I mean that the average student estimates the character or, in other Words, the soul of the teacher. Teachers can be grouped into three distinct classesg teachers that are machines, teachers that are human beings, and teachers that have a changeable soul. There are others with constantly changing souls. They cannot be included in these three classes because they n 12 change from mood to mood very much as the grains of sand move back and forth in a vigorous wind. You have all met from time to time that lofty individual, the "1I13,Chi118.,, She goes about the world with a chronic disease which I will label a "grouch," but others might call it only a soured disposi- tion. Her mind never goes any farther than the narrow walls of her school room. I think I could make a safe bet by saying that books and papers to correct are the only things that ever enter their narrow craniums at night when they slip away to the land of dreams. If a dream about a play or novel ever dared to enter her orderly and neat carded index fbrainsj, she would promptly doom it to an early death. You and I know that little Johnny Smith has a soul under his little freckled face and upturned nose, but Miss Machine most emphatic- ally does not. So she goes at her job of pounding knowledge into l1is little red haired majestyis head very much as if he were a gate post or other article that is useless but too good to throw away. Onward through life she goes, thinking that she is doing her duty toward mankind. Then there is the teacher with a blessed, soul-uplifting, human, good nature. This old world of ours is trying enough at times. What would we do without the good, happy-natured people to point out to us the silver linings of clouds? Even the greeting of a "human being" type of a teacher is different from the machine. The other day when you met Miss Machine on the street, did you feel all cold and chilly around your heart when she said, "How-do-you-do, J ohnny," in that flat, colorless tone of an automatom? I'm sure you did, for that is the way I felt. Of course, when you met your teacher by the name of Miss Good-Nature, you were happier all the day for her simple smiling greeting, "Hello, Johnny, what a dear little dog you have," or, "Hello Mary, it's a beautiful morning, isnit it?" Her greetings really give the impression that she is interested in her pupils and their interests. Children are like flowers, under good care they flourish and grow like magic but as the result of poor care there is only a sickly, drooping plant. Of course, Johnny's dog is only a mangy, flea-bitten pup such as people seem to delight in tin-canning and kicking, but in .Iohnny's eyes he is a wonderful creature and he is pleased to know that his teacher takes an interest in his affairs. To her the pupils in her class rooms are all possessors of souls, very different from each other to be sure, but nevertheless, they all have souls ready for the key of the teacher's heart. One touch of humor makes every one kin, and in the class room many times the teacher who possesses unfailing good humor spurs the flagging energy of her pupils and gives them new life. And last of all comes the teacher of the changeable soul. She is 13 the one who fools us all. She, at first, seems the jolliestof teachers and in a few days you come to your senses in a hurry to find that she can be as exacting a taskmistress as any "machine" teacher that ever lived. Occasionally you catch glimpses of her soul and get half way into her heart only to find that you are shut out agai11. Indeed, you could compare her to a cloudy sky through which you see the moon at irregular intervals. Now, that you have seen the different types of teachers, pause a moment and reflect upon it. If you were a teacher would you finally become what the school boy terms in slang, a "hard-boiled" piece of machinery, or would you remain in just your own jolly lovable, good- natured self? How about it? RUBY WILBUR, '23. TTGDSIIGFS G G EY there! Has the bus left yet for the other side?" "Naw, I guess it's late this morning." This is one of the hails to be heard about the "old" site most every school day in the week. Great commotion is evident among students and teachers who are waiting for a ride to the "new,' site in time for the bell at 8:50. Who is that familiar figure who is frantically gazing at her watch and hollering, "Time, time, time for the bus." I declare if it isn't Miss Grant, one of our regular transfers. Standing on the corner are two more regular customers, who upon closer observation are seen to be anchored near truck loads of magazines and music rolls. These marks' of identification point them out, as you have probably guessed, as the debater's aid, Miss Mark, and our music teacher, Mrs. Roach. At last the bus draws up with a wheeze, a rattle and a bang from the vicinity of the unincorporated villages of Mountain View and Hatch. Teachers and students make a frantic rush to gain sitting and hanging room on "space" At 8:495 the bus is whisked away at "breakneck?" speed and is on the way to the "new" site located on the Antipodes of Turlock. On the way we encounter Mr. Kyle and others who live near the "new" site on their weary way to the "old" site. But here I must call a halt in our journey. You have probably divined the reason, but if you haven't, it is my duty to inform you that the morning freight is switching thus affording an efficient 14 barrier to our progress. Mind you we had scarcely a minute to spare in the first place. At last we are across the tracks or dead man's alley, and are on our way again. This strange sighttpassing down the street causes strangers to stop and wonder at the new kind of street car, although it attracts not a passing glance from the natives. At last by means of ai telescope we are able to discern that part of the school known as the "new" site. We arrive at 8:52 or thereafter and everybody scrambles into the office to obtain an admittance slip from our first vice-principal and dean of the Junior College. Such trips as the one I have just described occur hourly through- out the day, thus becoming what is known as a cyclical process. Such is the system of transfer between the "old" and the "new" sites which I firmly believe will be remedied before our great, great, greats enter this school. JAMES BROWN, '21, The Family Album N THE parlor table, i11 the center of the room, the family album occupies a prominent place. It is of read plush, with shiny brass clasps and the word "Album" printed across the cover. Between it and the table there is a knitted "tidy." Around the album are grouped sea shells and other souvenirs, brought from foreign shores by the roaming members of the family. A The first picture is one of-but let us listen to Aunt Sarah as she portrays the family to a visitor: "This first picture is one of Samantha Robinson. She was my great-aunt. There always was a cookie jar in her pantry and pepper- mints in her pocket. "And this is Uncle Silas, Aunt Samantl1a's husband. He had the best blacksmith shop in the town in those days. "Here is mother's cousin Prudenceg she married a missionary and went to China. "Oh, that bald-headed man? He is Cousin Abner. He invented a rubless shoe polish, but it didn't sell very well. "My Aunt Eliza often said that Great-Aunt Belinda worked herself to death. She worked from daylight to dark and then she never was through. Yes, that is Aunt Belinda. "This baby is Uncle Ezra. Every one says he was such a sweet baby, but he became a terrible man. His children all left home as soon as they were of age. "This group is Uncle Ezra's family. That is he with the whiskers. ' 15 - His wife, Mercy, came from an old southern family and was used to many servants. "The baby on her lap is a sea captain now. The long-legged boy with his hand on his mother's shoulder is Absalom. The girls are all married and have gone away from here. "This is the oldest girl in the group picture. She was always nervous. One time she read a chapter of 'Border Warfarej the book she is holding, and couldn't sleep for a week. "And here is Uncle Obadiah. He went to Congress. His son Isaac was a politician, too. "Samuel, here, was a poet. His wife took in sewing. "This is Sister Martha. She had nine yards of silk in that skirt. It would stand alone. "Elisha, in that picture on the other side, was very proud and aristocratic. He never thought of walking to town. He had the best horses in the country. "Melicent, his wife, was a Puritan through and through. I don't know what she would do if she could see the way some people behave nowdays. "Here is another group. .The one standing, with his hand on the back of the chair is Eli Jordon, a friend of Cousin Hannah. She is the one with bangs. The man with his hand on the front of his coat is her brother, Nathaniel. He was the black sheep of the family. He ran away and went to sea. Nothing more was ever heard of him. "This girl with the wide hat is Sister Ann. She trimmed that hat herself. And would you believe it, she wore it for three years. She always was very economical. "Clementine, my cousin on my father's side, was very flighty when she was a girl. She finally ended up by marrying a widower with nine children. "Oh! must you leave? Come again soon and I will show you the rest of the family. "I have a fine picture of Uncle Ezekiel who once shook hands with Tom Thumb. And there is one of Cousin Timothy. He was a fine looking man although he did get his nose broken in a fight once. But I mustn't keep you with that story now. 'Tm sorry you can't stay longer. Goodbye. I shall look for another visit soon." VIRGINIA HOOKER, '21- 16 i I The Wilsh of a Mortal NE day as I was walking along a path, not often frequented by people, I came to a bird of a strange species. It was wounded in some way for it was lying very still. Its bright fiercely shining eyes frightened me, yet I saw the bird was in distress and so I leaned over and found that its leg was broken. Using a twig as a splint with a handkerchief as a bandage, I reluctantly approached the bird and bound the leg. Then, my work finished, I stood up and waited for the bird to fly away, but instead, it suddenly turned into a man, majestic, shining. His radiance dazzled me, but I knew instinctively that it was Jupiter, the god of the heavens. I stood, silently trem- blingly, before his majesty. But Jupiter smiled at me benignly and said: "Child of Pandoraj,-a faint shadow across his brow-"I might have loved you 5 there were Io and Callisto-but the slant of your nose-however, as a virtuous god I am supposed to reward the worthy. Hence, I, Jupiter, god of the heavens, will grant you your wish." "What?" I gasped unbelievingly. Jupiter tore three hairs from his mighty crown and wove them dexterously together shaping them into a ring, which shone like bright gold in the sunlight. "Here is my faith. What is your wish-riches, beauty, wisdom- but what has a maid to do with wisdom?" I hesitated. Anything I wanted! I saw dazzling piles of gold heaped high around me. I saw my face transformed to the beauty of Juno, or even Venus-or even, perhaps, Mary Pickford. But I shook my head and said: "Oh worthy Jupiter, I desire most-a sense of humor!" Jupiter paled. His radiance dimmed. A sense of humor! When he had never possessed such a thing in all his endless existence! But how was I to know that. His face flamed with mortification. "Wait! Here is my ring-No, wait! I will search the heavens- from every god I will demand it-wait!" In a second he disappeared. For years I revisited that path. I waited patiently. He never came back. I often wonder if he is still searching and if that is the reason he has been gone so long from our world. As for my wish, well-I found it just around the corner. ADDIE BARRICKLOW, '24, 17 Spring Fever I-IY all this indifference in school? What is it that is making the students slack up on their work? What epidemic is spread- ing through this school? Is it smallpox? No, I believe not g it must be spring fever. The students, souls are stirred by the songs of the birds and the beautiful appearance of nature. Nature is calling us from our books to the beautiful out-of-doors, and we are finding it hard to keep our resolution to study and keep up our scfhool standard. Everyone is thinking of picnics and wild flowers. We are appreciating the beauty of nature far more than we did a few weeks ago. Let us all enjoy the songs of the birds and the fragrance and beauty of wild flowers. Let us accept all the pleasure that spring can give usp but let us not forget our studies. Let's cross off the red marks. M. SWENSON, '23, Q3 . rg A Q, ' E' 4 18 Ye Seniors lil MOTTO TO THE STARS, THROUGH BOLTS AND BARS! IE CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS YELLOW ROSE GREEN AND GOLD 11 Episodes of the Class' of 1921 "When to the sessions of sweet, silent thought, I summon up remembrance of things past"- Four years stand out distinctly in that memory. They are the four years just passed-my high school days. I-low well I remember the first day that mighty company of youths and maidens marched to the fortification, established in the city of Turlock and commanded by Professor Ratzell. These meager, jejune, starveling, feeble and corpulent, obese, plethoric, plump youths and maidens were wel- comed by Professor Ratzell under whose regulations and powerful authority they soon became meek and docile. " But the entrance by this mighty class into T. H. S. marked the beginning of a new era. No more were freshmen to enter with fear and trembling, but with a determination to support the honor of the school. - Our reception was very unpleasant, for tl1e sophs immediately proceeded to water the gardens. Not once, but twice, we were accorded this untimely dessert. This company was successfully organized under the competent commandant "Goodie" Schaffer. We had many pleasant times during this year. Having been through the regions of darkness, we p1'o- ceeded forth into the dawn of light. Behold! At the beginning of the second year the supercilious class of '21 recognized their superiority over the new band of blushing youths and maidens then entering the stronghold of knowledge. We marshalled our forces and proceeded to show them the workings of a modern high school. No commiseration was shown unto them for their bewailings and lamentations. After the usual proceedings we satisfied ourselves to let them proceed with their daily tasks in order that they might gain their rightful position. The "flu" epidemic cut into our second year and although we had a competent leader in John Roberts, the successful competitor to Ralph de Palma, our second year passed without many hair-raising events. However, the athletic ability of our class commenced to make itself apparent in the physical department of the school. Sane, sober, serious, earnest, and diligent, the class of '21 entered upon the second lap of their eventful journey and into the sacred realm of juniors. We realized our superiority and the advantages we had over our fellow students, and immediately we put these into 20 practice. Parties, picnics, and the celebrating of St. Patrick's day and May day have been annual events of our renowned class. Walter Brown was our leader during this eventful year. With the ability of mighty statesmen, our officers guided the class through the straits of financial embarrassment and into the harbor of plenty. A play entitled "Looking for Mary Jane," a farcial comedy in three acts, was staged with decided success. From this we realized the grand total of three hundred eighty-six dollars. Athletics formed an important roll in the class during our third year, since we had the county mile champion in our class as well as three basket ball players on the first team and a good representation on the baseball team. In June this arrogant class of '21 made elaborate plans for a junior-senior reception, revealing the consummate skill of the class in "the" social event of the year. 'All this time we were becoming more closely attached to our teachers and to high school traditions. We are now seniors, small in numbers but these with the "quality," for it is a case of "quality and not quantity" that counts in this world. fWe boast of a class that is unparalleled and out of the ranks of competitorsj Without delay the class of '21 put their shoulders to the wheel and proceeded to direct the affairs of our wonderful student body, or in other words took up the responsibility of seniors. Not only did we assume the duties of the various school offices but our class went in, body and soul, for athletics, and so we find five seniors on the football squad, two crack basket ball players on the first team and a good representation in baseball and track. Charles Clifford was elected to head our glorious class. Parties, skip day, and April Fool's day were in no way forgotten, for even thoughwe are seniors we believe in both work and play. Our class play, "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," fitted the class financially to pay for their part in the Alert and to provide accommodations for graduating. And now as we near the end of our course in Turlock High School we have a feeling of sadness. When we think of the happy days spent here and the teachers and school mates from whom we must part, a lonesomeness comes over us and we know that we will regret that this period of our lives is past. We, the members of the class of '21, leave all our dear friends with the saddest of hearts, to step out into the world and climb to the place where our service is most needed. W. A. B. 21 ,, - V1 ,?,,,, M ' 'Q f . 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Realms of hidden knowledge Lead us on to seek Truth, the mighty master. Master, wilt you speak To our thirsting spirits, Words that calm the strife, Till in faith we answer The highest call to life! Chorus: "Onward, classmates, onward, Rings the call to life, We would fain prove heroes, Conquerors in the strife. 32 '3'-1.1 if ' ,-'-1-"r-, "' , " -, "1-:5-.1 55-'vt-5313 :,,,-..,-,.jf:::.-. gtk' ,. " 'ffl' 4 Q4 X 'f' ' R'1'57'f'1'7'f'l'E1f.?E'i-'55453'3?-'-3'if.'l'ff':."l'i-ff'' if-.'Z5'f5'S ' 7 "' --x F 63?241-':'1.-'17ri:.'::'::Zf'i,':1":'H T15 u 'F' 'FI' MPA 1 '.r-:.n. gy.---. s'fglN,'g' ' ' I,-.:3?',g:.3j:f--.2'4,'If'.:!f2f-2a'.:1.--:ff-Sr'VF E55 1 . 'E' up .wr 'Qs SPG"- .V if ' 2. f 7 Q-?'.g.,,:.45., ' u in D .x ev Ga- '55 vi Tmgis -'Q:1:"i.1'f-r. 31' " PRX'-a 44:32-vrsefnlvl 5 ... 'Mi' Jflt in 'UF-55.50 ' Lvrzyii von.-,..f:-'1.'.1.':2',"i'- ' .. . U.. ' AA.. ,, , ,g . I 4. -- . ., ,.,. , ,, , 1: 'IJ ":- , '.' . I- 'fwfr ,. 7f"i,, 'wr rdf!! - Yam. 'Sri Q. 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I was struggling in vain to keep awake when I saw in the farther end of the car a queer little assemblage, a sort of theatrical troupe. Upon noticing me, one of the party, a tall graceful lady with soft brown eyes and a winsome smile, rose and came toward me. She stepped up to me with a sweeping stride and said, "Oh, don't you remember me? I am Madam Swartz, whom you remember as Alma Schwalbf' After conversing with me for several minutes, she asked me to join her and her companions whom I later recognized as a number of my classmates with whom I had graduated from the Turlock Union High School ten years before. Mr. Theodore Thompson, who was the most prominent individual of the party, explained to me that they were traveling for the Chautauqua. He made it known that he was master of the Makalottanoies band and that the rest of his company were in the smoking car at that time. In regard to the ladies that were with him he had a great deal to say. "We have here Miss Elfie Delbon, who, as you know, has become a great violinist and plays only her own compositions. She is accom- panied by a very talented pianist, Miss Ethel Taylor, who also plays for our famous vocal duet, Mesdames Alma Schwalb-Swartz and Cecily Richards-Renstedti' ' 33 He talked on and on but my attention was suddenly drawn to a small dark man in the corner of the car who was speaking in a very loud voice a11d pounding the palm of his left hand with the clenched fist of his right in a very excited manner. Miss Taylor informed me that this gentleman was Ephraim Adams going through his daily speech on the Japanese question on which he had been speaking for the last twelve years. This little group of noted people was very sociable and explained the different things of interest to me along the way. As we passed through the vicinity of Delhi, Mr. Thompson pointed to a small secluded hut that stood back among a large grove of trees and said, "That is the home of the two well known novelists and short-story writers who graduated with us. They are Lois Alquist and Audrey Smith. They have come down here to Delhi away from civilization so as to devote all their time to their work." We had spent a delightful time together and as I was near my journey's end I bade farewell to my friends and went back to gather up my baggage before arriving at Turlock. As I stepped off the train I was quite amazed to see how the town had grown in ten years. I was considering which hotel I should go to when I heard above the clamor of the traffic a familiar voice shout- i11g, "Hotel Fulton, Hotel Fulton." I looked up to see the chauffeur in the hotel jitney smiling down at me and immediately recognized him as LeRoy Main. He alighted to assist me to the seat by his side, and very soon we were passing down the crowded streets at such a great rate of speed that I feared I would never live to see the end of my journey. But, finally, in spite of all his reckless driving, he landed me at the afore-mentioned Hotel Fulton. The proprietor of the hotel was Salem Fulton, who was talking to the clerk when I went up to register. He directed me to the elevator and soon I was ascending to the tenth floor so rapidly that I swooned away. The elevator boy, just a little fellow, was unable to render me assistance, so ran for the hotel physician. . When they arrived I looked squarely into the face of the elevator boy and for the first time realized that it was Perle Maxim. Being mortified beyond words to think that I had been found in such a predicament by one of my old acquaintances I arose and went to the room that had been assigned to me, leaving the two to wonder at my peculiar actions. After attiring myself anew I went up to the roof garden which overlooks the city. I found on a wicker settee an old newspaper dated July 25, 1931. It was the Turlock Morning Times with Eivind Knutsen as the editor. In big red letters on the front page I read: "Prominent Manufacturer Elopes with Bookkeeper, Popular Turlock Girl." I read on to find that it was Carol Merman who had been so 34 :successful in winning the affections of her employer as to leave the city with him at midnight in an aeroplane. Things of this sort being iof -daily occurrence -did not interest me, so, to amuse myself, I turned to the miscellaneous announcements and advertisements and read a number of these, the first of which greatly puzzled me as to its exact meaning: WANTED--Help on Farm. A man to build, paint and milk four- teen cows. Address: Mr. Clifford Daniel, Denair, Calif. RUEBEN ANDERSON,-Noted Chemist, after ten years' experi- menting, has produced a solution that will change red hair to any .desirable shade. Free sample given at any drug store. GRADUATE NURSE-Wishes employment in Swedish homes only. Miss Evelyn Holmgren. Old Maids' Home, 123 Broadway. KINDERGARTEN TEACHER-Will take charge of children, two to six years of age, any day of the week. Miss Rose Heckman. DANCING ACADEMY-Dancing from 7 a. ni. to ll a. ni. Private lessons by appointment. Saint Vitus Dance tShinnnyingJ not per- mitted. Miss Dale Owen, instructor. DESIGNER AND DRESSMAKER-Makes dresses to fit you and your pocketbook. Miss Goldie Olson, P. O. Box 159, Hatch, Cal. BUY YOUR CANDLES AND FROZEN SWEETS-At Bertha Sweet's Candy Shop. CLIFFORD SKATING RINK-Come, learn the latest stunts in Roller Skating. People on the floor all the time. Charles Clifford, manager. ' I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a shipment of new Chevrolets. Send in your orders immediately. Miss Virginia Hooker, agent. BEAUTY PARLOR-Installation of artificial dimples 'a specialty. Miss Mildred Lilyquist, 19500 West Main Street. AVIATOR-Leaving for the Planet Mars, on August first. Will take passengers who desire to go. Orson Ocken, Phone Aerial 772. I HEREBY MAIE KNOWN to the public my resignation from the burdensome duties as City Dog Catcher. Mark Warren. ORDER YOUR FLORAL PIECES EARLY-From R. C. Ferguson, the Florist. TAKE VOCAL LESSONS from talented lady who received train- ing abroad. Miss Natalie Swenson, Turlock Music Studio. , 35 MISS ALICE SCDERSTROM hereby renounces her engagement to Abegue Nutt. The wedding which was to have taken place August 20th, 1931, in the Pentecostal Mission Church, is indefinitely post- poned. PET ANIMALS FOR SALE-At reasonable prices. Canaries, French Poodles, English Bull Pups, and Persian Cats. Miss Mae Belle Erickson, dealer. After I had read everything of any interest I laid the paper aside and returned to my room to dress for dinner. On arriving I found two men in my room, one the proprietor of the hotel, and the other, by all indications, the county sheriff. The sheriff was speaking loudly to the proprietor as the latter was hard of hearing. He was shouting, in fact, and as I stood in the doorway in silent astonish- ment I gathered from his loudly spoken words, that he had come to look for a diamond brooch of considerable value that had been stolen from one of the hotel guests. He was saying that he had been informed of a suspicious looking person who was seen entering the room some time before. While he was talking he was ransacking everything in the room, and as he turned to open my suitcase I got a good view of his profile. Who should he be but Walter Brown, the man whose photograph I had carried around with me for years, the photograph which at that moment lay in the suitcase through which he was searching. Throwing the contents of the suitcase right and left he finally came upon the picture which he picked up and recog- nizing it as the likeness of himself, he groaned aloud. This was getting to be too much for me so I stepped up to him and said: "Mr.fBrown, what does all this mean?" For a reply he opened his eyes to their widest capacity and dropped his lower jaw, finally saying almost hopelessly, "Oh, is it really you?" Just at that critical moment a third man rushed into the room, waving his right arm in the air and shouting, "Found, found? He was followed by his wife who explained to Mr. Brown that her brooch had been recovered. She said she had hung it away with a garment and so it was forgotten until found missing and then in her excitement she had reported it as stolen. The sheriff looked at the woman in disgust and then turned to the man saying, "Senator Hjelm, why don't you train your wife to be more conscious of her actions'?', In embrrassment the man and wife' left the room. So this was Mr. Hjelm, state senator, from Sacramento, who with his wife was visiting in Turlock. This careless little wife who before her marriage to the senator had been for years his private secretary, was known to her classmates as Wilma G-allison. 36 After the excitement had subsided and every one was gone I decided to wander about the city for a few hours. In passing down Main street I saw Hazel Berg, who is now an artistic window deco- rator, putting some handsome afternoon dresses on display in a window of the most fashionable clothing store in the city. She was so taken up with her work that she gave me only a nod as I passed. Further on as I came near a magazine stand I saw Esther Miller sell- ing a paper to a young gentleman. She was stretching her chewing gum at armis length and making goo-goo-eyes at her patron as he walked away. - The Infants' Clothing Shop, owned by Miss Vera Wallstrum, was creating quite a sensation that afternoon. Miss Wallstruni had placed some frocks -in her windows and a group of mothers had gathered near the shop to admire the tiny garments. I saw Mrs. Thelma S. Haywards among the eager group. She had with her another woman whom I had once known- as Mattie Allen. Both women were holding several tots by the hands. Mattie was saying that she would soon have to get little High, Junior, some new rompers. Such things as these did not mean much to me so I walked on. In passing Frances Bevans' new cafeteria I read from the placard outside the door: Special Today: Cucumber Pie and Pimento Pud- -ding. Just seeing such a combination as this in print made me quicken my pace. ' Next I passed a neat little inillinery shop that was owned and kept by three old maids. Not exactly old maids, either, but bachelor- girls, because you see there is a difference between the two, namely: An old maid is one who can't get married but would, while a bachelor- girl is one who won't get married but could. From the street one could see these girls at work upon the new fall hats that were coming out in the style of the poke bonnets that our grandmothers wore many years before. I almost forgot to mention that these three bachelor-girls were Florence Hendrickson, Eva Wylde and Hazel Lundgren, but who else could they be, for these were always seen together from early days on. I went to the Chevrolet garage and hired Miss Hooker to take me out to the little suburb of Keyes to visit the James Brown Moving Picture Studios. Onlfirst entering the grounds we passed a little bungalow in which sat Mildred Gallison with a great heap of manu- scripts beside her, reading a few scenarios which she was to approve and hand to the manager, Mr. J. R. Brown, for production. We went on into the studio where Mr. Brown was strutting about smoking a Panatelas cigar while instructing some players. They were pro- ducing a play of the back woods in which an artist from the city went forth to find the woman of l1is dreams with features so perfect 37 as to be suitable for his masterpiece. Up in the mountains he heard a voice singing and went in search of the owner. From a clump of trees he looked out and espied a girl of the mountains singing and dancing wildly. He knew he had found the Spirit of Nature for his masterpiece. And Joseph Freitas, tl1e artist, was going forth to clasp in his arms the girl of his dreams, Maxine Smith, who proved to be the golden headed star, when- -- - "Tur1ock! Turlock! Turlock!" H Thus I was awakened to find it all a dream and to see Zura Ran- dolph, the young conductor, rushing down the aisle of the Pullman car and shouting, "Turlock, Turlock, next station." But after all it was not only a dream for when I looked from the window as the train slowed down in Turlock, I saw in reality the Hotel Fulton towering to a noble height in the distance and over- looking the prosperous city of Turlock. MARIE HENSLEY, '21. 3 ss 38 3 fx .. ' ' 5 '1 Af 'rfk , . A . 1 ' ' iff? W , 'lx fi , ,l timid' 'X 7 ltkbzgft xx , W 09 , Q 9 XV! Seniors from Cartoonists' Viewpoint O s Harold Hjelm- Alert Staff, '19, '20g Business Mgr., '21. Boys' Glee, '19, '20, President, '21. Class President, '203 Vice President, '21. Debate Team, '20g President, '21, Major Cadets, '21. Senior Play, '21. Operetta, '21. Alma SchWaIb-- - Girls' Glee, '18, '19, '20, Junior Play, '20. Ethel Taylor- Secretary A. S. B., '21, Alert Staff, '21. Executive Comm., '21, Rose Heckman- Girls' Glee, '18, '19. Hazel Lundgren- Basket Ball, '20, '21. Theodore Thompson- Orcllestra, '21, Alert Staff, '21, Junior Play, '20. Senior Representative to Exec. Comm., '21, Joseph Freitas-- First Lieutenant Company A, '21. Track, '21, Class Play, '21, Esther Miller- Junior Play, '20. Orchestra, '21. Alert Staff, '21, 39 Z' f ,. I .,,.is.u- 1' 5 ' I, Xt kf 'A "ie,-J .4 . ,- jf . IA , . i 53,1 A, 0? 3 . Ins ' 4 'lgfbg ff l "' ' . 'x- I N X c F N11 1 if fuk H? -'X X3 'Q' N I 9: ,f fs 2 2 fl PX is -1- .f pf "Qi fX75!x Kuff '? if, Eivincl Knutsen- Junior Representative to Exec. Comm., '20, Class Plav, '20, '21. Captain COIIIDZTIIV' B, Boys' Cadets, '21, Track, 21. Debate Team, '21, A. S, B. President, '21. Sergezmt-at-arms, '18, '19, Evelyn Holmgren- Chorus, '18, '19, Class Play, '21, Tennis, '19, '20, Virginia Hooker- Girls' Glee, '18, 'l9. Rudolph Ferguson- Baseball, '18, '20, '21 Captaiii. Junior Play, '20, Executive Comm., '21, Class Vice Presiclent, '19, '20, A. S. B. Vice Pres... '21, Oneretta, '21, Track. '21, Captain. Big "T" Society, '20, '21 Orson Ocken- K+ X ' , lx X ff Jig if 'tl llx lx ! X -JJ kj 3, 'ELEM i gb fflfllgw 9- , . , l in X, Q 0 11 , 21. 1 -, --s 1 Bsligiigloif mfg? -1-EXW Class Play, '20, 'z1. lb -- gf Boys' eiee, '20, '21. ji -3- l Operetta, '20. gf XL f 'C- Natalie Swenson- -XX Girls' Glee, '19, '20, Q -Z Debate Club, '20, Tennis, '20, Queen May Day Fete. Eva Wylde- Glee Club, '18, '19, Audrey Smith- Debate Club, '21, Dale Owen- Alert Staff, '20. Glee Club, '19, '20, -l0 1,5 ,':1, -sh -17? A .K 2-vi 'EQ' 'fig Q' rg jf 'Nei X ,1 A - K ' JA. ,- ':u "V I l 'Z' ' li ig 17? . 2' 41 APU" N x T ya. gl' 'Solis 'J ll AV' ,si X l , -57 47 l , , .- ,gi H HSN lr 1 N V13-72:3 L!! fl' X Y f J Q S9 1 'f Iqifmwp dk' P f ,S 7 ff! 1 0 Walter Brown- Class President, '20. Boys' Athletic Mgr., '21 Executive Comm., '21. Football, '21. Baseball, '21. Second Team Basket ball, '21. Class Play, '20, '21. Alert Staff, '20g Editor, '21, Debate Team, '21. Captain Company A Boys' Cadets, '21. Big "T" Society, '21. Leroy Main- Basket Ball, '18, '19, '20, '21. Boys' Glee, '18, '19, '20, '21. Vice President Agricul- tural Club, '18, Band, '19, '20, Football, '21. Vera Wallstrum- Class Secretary, '21, Class Play, '21. Alert Staff, '21. Operetta, '20, '21, Tennis, '19, '20, '21. Class Reporter, '20. Debate Club, '193 Treasurer, '20. Glee Club, '19, '20, '21. Elfie Delbon- Orchestra, '18, '19, '20, '21. Class Treasurer, '19, Alert Staff, '21. Zura Randolph- Football, '21, James Brown- Class Treasurer, '21. Class Play, '20, '21, , Alert Staff, '21. First Lieutenant Com- pany B, '21, Second Team Basket Ball, '21. Track, '21. Reuben Anderson- Football, '21. Class Play, '21. Maxine Smith- Junior Play, '20. Girls' Glee, '18, Dramatics Club, '19, '20 41 0 'Ke 1- 'ire 11 CQ in Z' fx,- w2E'Wlq7 v 9- ' XXX fl N , 6 N 4 ki , as V , 6 be sb' u' f,, ff S jr ' J' Ki? kr X! 1' " li "' f e E .Nl Q Zigi? lx, 'Q - K :Hifi ,v 1. , .1 1 ,l 5? 'l, 94: ll S-nv 1 ' lb 1 5 -AA xxx If yn :xx V17 ,WI l-I 1' 1 :Y I 4' Q I l, f 1 ll, 'f Q 1.5. Ill , r . 4 . f1f5S lx f'?.b I 5.0 'X A NT' Ephraim Adams- F'reshma,u Representa- tive to Ex. Comms '19 Band, '19, '20, Debate Team, '20, '21, Orchestra, '21, Class Play, '20, '21. Boys' Glee, '20, '21, Batt. Quartermaster Cadets, '21, Operetta., '21, if Qx ,ZX I Lois Alquist- 3 Tennis, '18, '19, ab Class T1'easu1'er, '19, Sec'y Debate Club, '21, -N Vice President Junior -gn Red Cross, '19. ,- 2 Wilma Gallison- Girls' Glee, '19, Class Secretary, '20, 'll 'si Class Play, '21, fn ssx 1 Q s " ' O Clifford Daniels- Boys' Giee, '20, '21, 1, A Operetta, '21, X MaeBell Erickson- W Girls' Glee, '18, A? Tennis Club, '21, - ' Dmmaiaics Club, '20, ,X ,N ' Z N , 1 A Frances Bevans- T, A: ix ' 5 cia-ss Play, '20, ,211 1 'R x lf Tennis, '20, S EJ. Ope1'etta,'20. X xx- Alice Soderstrom- Girls' Glee, '18, Perle Maxim- , VX yep 7 J ' .. f Color Sergeant, 21. 9 Z 3 Florence Hendricks- 6.27 Recently transferred to this school. X 42 fffffa, fi '70, MQ, o , fill TQ Eg fl ' A555 'lies "Nf5 CN 'SX X I ,--, if 11:71 ,M sl el fffff I fl 1 - E 5 , cs f, fini '-' 'hx mf K Charles Clifford- Basltet ball, '19, '20, '21. Track, '18, '19, '20. Glee, '19, '20, '21. Alert Staff, '20g Assist- ant Business Mgr., '21 Tennis, '20, '21, Class T1'E3.Slll'8l', '20. A. S. B. T1'ea.s1u'e1', '21. Football, '21. Class President, '21, Batt. Adj. Cadets, '21. Executive Comm., '21. Big "T" Society, '20, '21 Marie Hensley- Girls' lGee, '18, '19. Mildred Lilyquist- Glee, '20, '21, Hazel Berg- Girls' Glee, '20, '21. Chorus, '20, '21. Tennis Club, '19, '20, Class Play, '21. Bertha Sweet- Glee, '19, Nlilrlred Gallison- Girls' Glee, '19. Carol Merman- Basket ball. '18, '19. Alert Staff, '21. Chorus, '1S. Class Secretary, '18, Glee, '19, Cecily Richards- Recently traiisferrecl to this school. Mattie Allen- Glee, '19. Salem Fulton- Studious, Ambitious. Goldie Olson- Basket ball, '19, '20, '21. Girls' Athletics Manager, '21. Executive Comm., '21. -13 QQ -fNeT 6553 Qs, 1 , 62251 7 'IZ' l' up 4'5" . ' 4.0 I' S-3: f.- 1 K 1 , is ,,, , 0 " fi?-'-H' A v 5 . 1 :, fix few, 1 mfs Q XX kr- X 'Ns SENIDR HOROSCOPE Name Nickname Slang expression Raised on 5133531516 Ambition Probably will be -E. Adams Beef Oh, gosh Chocolate Mahogany Y. M. C. A. worker Missionary M. Allen Mat Fiddle- sticks Postage stamps Sticky A postmistress Farmer's wife L. A1ql1iSt Buddy Golly T Milk Plump Millionaire tramp Sign Painter R. Anderson Pinkie I'1l be Light Sunburnt Ladies' man Street sweeper I-I. Berg Bergie Gee whiz Peacock's tongue Proud To go to Mill's A miller's Wife F. Bevans Fritz Darn it Biscuits Freckled Amusement Director Ticket agent J. Brown Jimmy Y-e-s Climate Cute Bachelor Married man W. Brown Walt You-bet-cha Good time Light Lawyer Women's counselor Clifford Chick Oh-but-no I Spring chicken Flighty To have a harem A bachelor A C. Daniel Cliff Oh! you beauty Q Lettuce Sleepy - Farmer Stage director E. Delbon Fuzzy I'll bet Sugar Sweet Violinist . Poet M. Erickson Billie I'll say so Crabs Crabby To go on the stage Riding in a circus R. Ferguson Rudie Ah, shoot Milk Cute To own a dairy Merry milk maid J. Freitas Joe Woman!! . Marshmallow Light To be a ladies' man King of Sweden S. Fulton Saley I-I-um! l Mellin's food Husky To be a college man Dish washer M. Gallison Millie I'm still here Fresh air Rested Politician A desirable housewife 'W. Gallison Willie Oh, that's all right Whale oil Stout Stenographer Telephone girl U IT. Hayward Sammy You pill Late nights Sleepy Married woman Widow R. Hackman Rosie My word History Ancient School teacher Suffragette F. I-Iendricks'n Flora I don't know Cabbage Large Toe dancer Wash woman M. Hensley Irish Thunder! Lard Fat School teacher Old maid H. Hjelm Red Oh! don't Sticks Sticky Speaker in Congress Anti-suffragette E. Holmgren Innocence My goodness! Slang Slangy A movie actress Counter-hopper V. Hooker Ginger ? !ii,?-ii! Sauce Saucy Suffergette Selling Ohevrolets E. Knutsen Kewpie You bet Life savers Rescued To see the world Mayor of Hatch M. Lilyquist Dimples Gracious Angel cake Angelic To be good An old maid H. Lundgren Shortie Haven't any Speed Fast Latin shark Translater L. Main Wild man Dog gone it Oats Rangy Bandmaster Plumber P. Maxim Shorty 'Oh, yes Shorts Short Mechanic Farmer C. Merman Bashful Oh, kid Rolled oats IHfTeSC1'ibab19 Zigfield Follies Sunday school supt. E. Miller Love Oh, Gee! Kisses Sweet To be married Lover of music O. Ocken Okie Search me Buttermilk Bashful Mechanical engineer Hod carrier D. Owen Kid Duly Yours truly Pepper Full of pep Sund. school teacher Dancing instructor G. Olson Olie I'll be there Oleomargarine Light To be a bookkeeper Raising chickens Z. Randolph Zuke She's mine Beets Red faced To be a lineman Telephone operator C. Richards Easy Oh, my! Books Dreamy Proof reader Bookseller A. Schwalb "Squab" For gosh sakes String beans Lengthy Biologist Nurse for insane A. Smith Smithie Do it, please Blackberries Dark Heart-breaker A faded vamp M. Smith Max Isn't that the deuce Cream puffs Airy To be a stenographer Toe-dancer A. Soderstrom Al I cant' do it Toothpicks Woody To be a stenographer Streetcar operator B. Sweet Bert Nothing.doing Vinegar Sour To be a teacher Worker in the slums N. Swenson Nat I just cant' do it Cotton Fluffy ' Actress Usher E. Taylor Baby Yea Buttermilk Fair Model Newspaper reporter T. Tompson Ted Ya Electricity In ahurry Mechanical engineer Hod carrier' V. Wallstrum Pete My soul! Excitement Nervous To be an old maid Orphanage matron E. Wylde Wild Eva Oh, gracious! 'Lo1lypops Dignified Preacher's wife Pres. of W. C. T. U. M. S. and D. O.,' '21 will ruler Glass Qxxs XX N E, THE renowned Class of 1921, of the Turlock High School, city of Turlock, state of California, being of sound mind fsup- posedlyl and disposing memory fnecessarilyj, do hereby make, pub- lish, and declare this our last will and testament, and in so doing revoke all former wills and bequests of whatever nature made by us individually or collectively. FIRST-We give and bequeath to the class, known during this year as Juniors, our title and all privileges attached thereunto. We also leave to them all our text-books, of whatever name, title or description, bought, borrowed, or appropriated, including all test- papers, marginal notes, interlined information, private correspond- ence, and art. To them we trust, in fear and trembling, the business of running the school and honorably maintaining its institutions, together with the management and proper supervision of the faculty. SECOND-To the Class of 1923 we hereby will our "drags" with the faculty, although somewhat damaged by overuse, and our capac- ity for bluffing fto be used with discriminationl. We bestow upon them our dignity and our poise. The girls may have the social hours with which to do as they shall see fit. To this class we bequeath the privilege of having individual pictures in the Annual and of otherwise conducting themselves as Juniors should. THIRD-To the members of 1924, we bequeath the right to wear long trousers, to put up their hair and the permission t.o attend parties, unchaperoned by parents. They are likewise extended the proprietorship of the incoming Freshmen, including the use of the ' 46 x elevators for transplanting them to the fourth story. It is requested by us that upper classmen no longer consider them as being in the cocoon stage but as having advanced to the caterpillar plane of exist- ence. We desire that a certain degree of respect be shown to them, and that they shall be encouraged to grow a little taller if possible. FOURTH-To the unborn Classof 1925 We leave our bright and illustrious example, our friendly advice and a long string of red "D's." We will them the many scrapes into which we have fallen, the diffi- culties in which we have been involved, and the class jokes and pranks which we have perpetrated. FIFTH-To the teachers we return the vast supply of knowledge obtained by us during the past four years, since we realize that 1921 must have draw11 heavily upon the supply and we are fearful lest our successors have an easier time than we had. Upon them, likewise, we bestow our pleas for mercy, our prayers and our tears, so often rejected by them heretofore, and, finally, our forgiveness. We also suggest that the "History of the Class of 1921" be added to the curriculum as this subject will be important to polish up their edu- cation. SIXTH-To the school as a whole, we leave our loving memory, supervised study period, and our spacious lunch room, fervently hoping that no other class will die from lack of shelter in a real school building, and above all, from lack of mirrors. All are cordially invited to attend our funeral which will be held in the theatre on the evening of June 15th, with due pomp and ceremony, as befits our rank. NOTE-Passports to the other world will be presented to the members of the class, and there will be some coffin Ccoughin'J ! We do hereby appoint Mr. Carpenter the executor of this, our last will and testament, and we do empower said executor to make any changes necessary in the disposal of our property. ALMA N. SCI-IWALB, '21, .47 t 1 JUNIOR CLASS A ,Fx AND p QIIQ fi had Q Q l amy Qgasisffiswf gl BX - T , - 9 S THE age-old proverb says, "Quality counts more than quan- tity," so it is with the class of '22. Though our number is not large, we feel that we are entitled to be called "Quality Folk." We are proud of our pep, and proud of our members, and especially are we proud of our athletes. All phases of the school's athletics are ably supported by the juniors. Of the eleven boys on the foot ball team, nine are juniors-the basket ball and baseball team all boast juniors, as also does the track team. Our fame as athletes of valor is evident in the fact that our challenge to the freshman, sophomore and senior classes for a football game, Was not accepted. fWe are glad for their sakes that they were so wise.J The debating club looks to the class of '22 for so1ne of its most eloquent orators, while all the musical departments claim a goodly number of talented juniors. Junior dramatic ability was capably evidenced in the class play, the characterization of which showed a wide range of talent--talent which the juniors proudly but not boastfully possess. Great sorrow and loss came, not only to the junior class but also to the school in the tragic death of one of our best known and most ambitious meinbers-Esther M. Hall. "Somewhere, for God is good, Life's blossoms, unfulfilled, Must spring from dust and gloom To perfect bloom." And as such we shall meet her there. The officers of our class are: President-Rex Clark. , Vice President-Francis Howe. Secretary-Dorothy Englesby. Treasurer-Gunnar Wallstrom. They are all splendid leaders and are full of pep and school spirit, two qualities which every member of T. I-I. S. needs more of. We have had but two social functions this year, a party and a picnic, each of which was a splendid success-"and the end is not yen." - - - 49 . We are sure that a great deal of credit for the success of all our class activities is due to our encouraging and helpful class advisers, Mrs. Pulcifer, Miss Mark and Dr. Sutherst. In thinking of our share in the school leadership, we feel that "Of all who live, we are the ones by whom This share can best be done in the right wayf' Each individual must bear his burden, if so it may be called, in helping to make our dear old T. H. S. what each of us wish it to be -and the juniors are ready and Willing to do their share, and more if need be. f Again we repeat that we are proud-very proud-of our green and white, and of our motto: Progress, Efficiency, Poise-PEP. ' E. A. S., '22. Juniors UST a Word about the juniors, flnoffensive it will be.J Never faltering in their prospects, Inspired to victory. Ready for the hardest battles Onward through their trials they bend, With a smile to face disaster But successful in the end. Resting not While there remains Any task that calls for might. Hoping always to be ready To respond to what is right, When at last they are victorious High will Wave the green and White. Juniors now, but some day seniors, Undivided may they stand, Not neglecting any duty, - Into Work put heart and hand. ' 'Right into the midst of hardships, - - Oft from luck they may descend, A Laughtereloving, pleasure-seeking, Yet, successful in the end. MARIE HENSLEY, 121. 50 lu-HU 'fx " fm 'W' isz1':Lg':aA.S:-A- LE.- ,-ft , FLff'5:iQi'f'i:QffT:E?f'E'gff'E' 721 ET' n f X' ALERT STAFF Edlwl' -----'------------- --------- ----,--,44.-......f..-.,.... A . . ............... Walter Brown BHSi11eSS Manager ,.AA-,4-,,-,.,-,--,A -,----V----.,-"A- H al-Old Hjelm Assistant Editor ,,,.,,,,,,-.,,,,,,,,,,-,,- .----- Assistant Business Manager ........ , t, Literary Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,, Department Editor .,...,... Athletics ,,.,....,,,, t, i,-,,,,---,,,, , Jokes and Snap Shots ..,.,. Mechanical Department ..,.,. Theodore Thompson ,l,.,,...Cha1'les Clifford ..-.-..,-....-,.-.Elfie Delbon .,...,-Carol Merman ,..-,-.,Francis Howe ,.....Paul Brockway ......---.Paul Swager 3011001 Calelldai' ............-.... ....... V era YVal1strun1 EXC112JHg6S .............K.....................,..,..,..................,.,. .............. J ames Brown Art Edit0I' ..4....................................................................... ..,.i.,. L enore Post Honorable mention may be given the various assistants: Thomas O'Brie11, cartoons, Rex Clark, dramaticsg Ballard White, debateg Esther Miller, musicg Judson Carmen, jokesg Edith Colburn, school calendar. THE ALERT ITI-I the opening of the fall term of Turlock High School one could hear these words on the lips of many students: "Are you going to vote for the Ale1't?' Since we were heavily in debt for athletic goods it was deemed unwise to publish this annual, but upon further consideration of the business affairs of the student body it was -seen that by a policy of strict economy it would be possible to publish it. Accordingly, the question was brought before the student body and carried without a dissenting vote. Petitions were immediately circulated for editor and manager and with this early start we 'set about to publish an annual which we hope to be a worthy successor of all previous issues. With the hearty co-operation of the students, the staff has endeavored to make this year's "Alert" a success. As editor of theb"Alert" I wish to express my sincere thanks to all those who have in any way helped to complete this undertaking. It has been a great pleasure to work with you in publishing this annual which we have striven to make a perfect record of the past year's work. W. BROWN, Editor. 52 ' Ji ALERT STAFF-CStanding' left to right! :L. POST: F. HOWE: C. IXIERMAN: P. BROCKVVAY: E. DELBON J. BROWN: V. VVALLSTROM. Sitting: T. THOMPSON: W. BROWN: H. 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This year Turlock has met the exact antithesis of last year, for she has won all but two of her debates. The question for the first debate was, "Resolved, That the results of the closed shop policy justifies organized labor in continuing that policy." Our teams for this debate were Harold Hjelm and George Berglund, on the affirmative, and Walter Brown and John Roberts, on the negative. The affirmative met Patterson at Turlock and won by a unanimous vote while the negative met Modesto at Modesto winning by a 2 to 1 vote. The question for the second debate was, "Resolved, That Congress should pass a Japanese exclusion act similar to the Federal Chinese exclusion act." Our teams were, on the affirmative, Paul Brockway and Francis Howe, and, on the negative, Ephraim Adams and Ballard White. The affirmative met Newman at Turlock, winning by a 2 to 1 decision, while the negative met Oakdale at Oakdale also winning by a 2 to 1 decision. The question for the third debate was, "Resolved, That the na- tional party convention is outgrown as a means of choosing presi- dential candidates." Our teams were, on the affirmative, Robert Fowler and Gunnar Wallstrom, and on the negative Rex Clark and 57 DEBATE TEAMS-CSitting left to rightji B. WHITE: I-I. HJELM: E. KNUTSEN: R. CLARK: E. ADAMS. CSt1u1ding left to rightji J. ROBERTS: NV. BROXVNg MISS MARK, Coach: G. BERGLUND: G. VVALLSTROM Eivind Knutsen. The affirmative 'won from Modesto, through for- feiture. The negative met Patterson at Patterson and lost by a unan- imous decision. Turlock and Patterson were tied for first honors. It was decided to let Patterson make all advances as to time, place, and question. Patterson asked that the debate be held at Turlock and the question be the one used in the second debate of the series. Turlock asked for the affirmative and so, on Friday, April twenty-second, Paul Brockway and Francis Howe met the Patterson debaters at Turlock and lost unanimously. Stockton had asked for a debate with Turlock on thellapanese question, and so on March 25th Paul Brockway and Francis Howe met, Stockton at Stockton while.Ephrain1 Adams and Ballard White met Stockton at Turlock. Both teams won unanimously. Thus ended a very fine year for the Turlock debating clubg for in this second year of debating they had come within one debate of the county championship. BALLARD WHITE, '22. Cadet Report We have just passed through the fourth year of cadet work in T. H. S. and we can say with pride that our fourth year has been our most successful. The military department of the state has been very active in the organizing of cadet work in the high schools and we can say that Turlock High has not been found wanting in respect tcythis military organization. The Sixty-fifth and Sixty-sixth Companies, which are organized in T. H. S. form a battalion, which is com- manded by the following officers: Major, Harold Hjelmg Lieutenant- Quartermaster, Ephraim Adamsg Lieutenant-Adjutant, Charles Clif- fordg Sergeant-Major, Luther Hoobyarg Color-Sergeant, Perle Maxim. Sixty-fifth company: Captain, Walter Brown: First Lieu- tenant, Joseph Freitasg Second Lieutenant, George Gotobed. Sixty- sixth company: Captain, Eivind Knutseng First Lieutenant, James Brown. During the year a shipment of seventy-five guns was received from the state department with which to drill. The big event of the year was the May day festival, when armed with guns and sabers we demonstrated to the people of the commun- ity what is being accomplished in the cadet work of T. H. S. On Decoration day we did honor to the fallen dead by marching to the cemetery with the various other patriotic organizations. In summing up the work for the year we may say that the cadet work has been very successful and that we hope it will continue in the succeeding years. HOWARD HJELM, '23, 59 CADET OFFICERS-fsitting left to rightlt HJELM: CARPENTER, Commandant: CLIFFORD CSta.nding1eft to rightJ: ADAMS: J. BROWN: W. BROWNQ KNUTSENJ GOTOBEDQ FREITAS. 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ROACI-I, Instructor: H.-XRRICKLOW: FERGUSON 3 DINKEI.MANg OCKEN. Second row: ADAMSQ TOMLINQ I-IOOBYARQ THOMPSON .TAMESQ JARVISQ AHLBERG. CThird rowb: DARBYQ WILKINSON 1 ULLBERGQ and NEVVMAN. BOYS' GLEE-fLeft to rightjr DANIEL! JARVIS: VVALLSTROMZ HOOBYAR: MAIN: CLIFFORD: HJELMQ OCKEN STEELE: ROBERTS. " !!!!L!': J l Wlilll l1llllllIl1IWPl!lW lI mel llfflf lrlunlw l WllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllmmuIIli new ef" i if UR alumni numbering three hundred forty, not including this year's class, are a credit to the school that graduated them. Many are filling positions of trust, not alone in our own state but in other states as well. We number among them doctors, lawyers, ministers, farmers, electricians, dentists and teachers, in fact, almost every known trade or profession is represented. Many are shining lights in their chosen line. We regret exceedingly that we can not give the complete list of names with the addresses, but we hope. that at some time in the near future a separate list of the alumni may be printed. The senior class is greatly interested in such a plan., t CAROL MERMAN, '21.i 65 Dramatics "Play out the play."-Shakespeare 'TNLIKE preceding years, dramatics has been carried on almost entirely by thevarious classes. The drainatics club was not formed this year for various reasons, chief among them being the division of the school. But, nevertheless, the dramatic ability of the students could not be subdued and as a result, during the course of the school year we have had two three-act plays, which were given by the juniors and seniors, and a farce and minstrel show given by the sophomores. The sophomores led off with a snappy farce entitled, "Smith, the Aviator." Although put on under great difficulties, their effort was greatly appreciated by their audience, especially by the freshmen, at whose reception it was given. Later in the year a minstrel show was given by this self same class. The Warm applause given the various numbers speaks well in itself for the sophomore minstrels. The talented juniors were the next to try their success in the dramatic line, which made its appearance in the -form of a three-act college comedy, "The Virginia Gentleman." This was staged Febru- ary-28th, before a packed house at the California theater. The play was full of pep and fun, but also had an underlying currentof serious- ness. The jimiors owe a great deal of their success to Mrs. Pulsifer. The seniors were not to be outdone by the other classes, so on May' 13th, in the California theater, they presented the play entitled, "The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary? This was the best play of the year and was a great success. The many parts were well filled by a capable cast. Having given a play which is not only given by ama- teurs but also by professionals, we feel that the seniors have accom- plished quite a feat. The play was well balanced, containing both humor and a more serious line of thought. The staging of such a play speaks well for Miss Meyer and her coaching. The musical department of the high school put on an operetta, "Pinafore,H June 6th, which was well attended. . So many plays and musicals speak well for the dramatic abilities of the students of Turlock high school of which we are all proud. ' REX CLARK, '22 . 66 SENIOR PLAY CAST. fSitting left to rightl: ADAMS: XV. GALLISON1 J. BROWN. fSt2.ndiI1g'J, KNUTSEN: HOLBIGREN D YVALLSTRUM1 TV. BRONVN3 BEVANS: OCKEN3 BERG: ANDERSON: FREITAS. fy SOPHOMORE CLA S S T aa 5 f Z OFHUMOHE HE sophomore class opened its meetings with a great deal of pep this year. The following officers were elected: President, Erle Hendrickson, vice-president, Muriel Hivelyg secretary, Lydia Farthing, succeeded by Ruth Bevansg treasurer, Eldon ThOl111JSOI1j executive representative, Howard Hjelm. We gave the freshies their usual initiation, and as the sophomores are almost like seniors on the "west side," the freshmen looked upon us with great awe. Our class has been unusually active in school activities and social affairs. The sophomore party was held on November 10, and every- one reported having had a very enjoyable- time. The sophs showed great originality this year, first, in publishing "The Reflector," and secondly in presenting our minstrel show. "The Reflector" has been a great success. Those who served on the staff and helped to put it across: Editor, Alfred Alstrom, succeeded by Muriel Hivelyg assistv ant editor, Merrill Swenson, business manager, Howard Hjelmg assistant manager, Paul Swagerg circulation manager, Burdette Wilkinsong jokes editor, Ruth Bevansg reporters, Lauren Sunderland, Audrey Humble, Howren Roach and Chrissie Woolcockg printers, Thomas Strother and Arthur Field. ' The minstrel show was held in the gym on Saturday, April 23. It was put over splendidly and a considerable sum was raised for the Alert. The program consisted of a series of musical and dramatic acts given in fine minstrel style. Barker's side shows netted a neat sum. The class artists had a very good chance to show their ability in the advertising posters they made. t We are also very grateful to our class advisers, Miss Schmidt, Miss Bageley and Miss Hyde, who worked very patiently and faith- fully with us. CHRISSIE WOOLCOCK, '23. xp' 69 S As the Junior Sees Him N CE upon a time, In the far-off days of yore, A creature there lived who was generally known As the jolly sophomore. His face was like a monkey's, And his eyes were very pale, And fhow I hate to say itll He wore a big, long tail! He had no brains to speak of, But he dearly loved to eat. And all the soul he owned, was In the bottoms of his feet. He couldn't read, he cou1dn't write, His ignorance was deep, He merely had the sense to know When it was time to sleep. He couldn't talk, he oouldn't sing, But saints! how he could howl! His voice, when it was pleasantest, Just sounded like a growl. You wonder why I'm telling this? Well, I wanted you to know That the "sophy" of today descends From that of long ago. He doesn't wear a tail, I own, As in those times ofyore, But in every other way, he's like That ancient sophomore. I "KATINK," '22, 70 7'f3'.QY 13357 l 1 w 4 l 1 Y Y 2 .1 I 1 I I 1 i in EI ll REFLECTOR STAFF-iSta.nding left to rightlg EDITH COLBURNQ A. HUMBLE: E. ANDERSON: L. HOOBYAR R. BEVANS3 A. FIELD: T. STROTHER7 B. SIMMS. fSittingJ: A. ALSTROM: B. XVILKINSONI M. HIVELYQ H. HJELM3 M. SWENSON. 3 I 1' , 1 f ' fs , 4 T -it B 1 I l V., I 5' 'Q 7' O . 1 My . V THLETICS started with a boom in Turlock high this year because we had much available material with which to make and strengthen our teams. We started out this year with one new sport and certainly did some excellent work while it lasted, we are referring to the grand old game of football. Let us hope that it will be with us forever. g ' i Basket ball next claimed our attention and we were able bythe help of thesturdy athletes who represented us to contest with some of the fastest teams in the state for basket ball honors. We were able to do much in track this year because we had a track on which to train. The fact that we were placedfourth in the county track meet at Modesto should show that we have made at vast improvement over our showing in years gone by, 'when we were hardlyable to make even a few points. In baseball we had only indifferent success. The fact is that the fellows could not seem to be able to field their positions as accurately as they ought to have done. But this inability of the fellows to field the ballcorrectly was overshadowed by their sterling work with the bat. ' ' 73 Football 4 NTER the king of sports into the athletic curriculum of our school. Football, the greatest American game, is with us to stay, for it has made a deep impression on the hearts of all who love hard, clean sports. Turlock has never played American football or any kind of football until this year, but through the perseverance of Coach Carpenter, we have at last the king of sports in our midst, and from the good things said about it we are inclined to think that it is with us to stay, at least we hope so. The many fellows who aspired to play football began practicing intensely soon after school began, but we were terribly ignorant of the manner in which a pig-skin should be properly handled, in fact, we knew not the first rudiments of football. But, under the able coaching of Mr. Carpenter, we finally rounded into something that resembled to a remote degree a football team. It was at this period in the would-be football players' lives that the game with Madera Hi came slowly before our unskilled eyes, and when the smoke of battle had cleared away we were a sadly wiser bunch of players with the score 38 to 6 against us. Madera won the game by the frequent use of the forward pass, in fact, this was the only way in which she could make any progress because the line even though it was sadly inex- perienced, stopped every line plung of our opponents. Austin Borden did some ver yeffective footwork by outbooting the Madera kicker. The boys fought hard, but lost because of inexperience. b A The second game at Sonora showed our true ability, as the boys waded into the Sonora line, and when the battle was over we were safely incouched in the lead with the score 38 to O in our favor. The game was played under very unfavorable circumstances as there was a snow and hail storm going on at the time, but this did not seem to bother the fellows for they certainly did some very effective work fora team that was in itsfirst year of football. It seemed that the game at Madera had awakened, the fellows for they played like a new teaml It was during this game that Wallstrom- at left half began to show some real football ability. Clifford and Borden also did some very effective work. ' ' ' T ' ' Sonora came here for a return game twotweeks after her first defeat at our hands. It was in this game that the team began to show some real team work. The fellows made touch downs almost at will, besides holding their opponents to fourth down on almost all of their plays. Beef will tell in any football team and Sonora's team felt the weight of it, for our team outweighed the Sonora team by many pounds. Sonora fought gamely, but she went down to defeat at our 74 1. ' ' liii-" "5 ' ' 1 'Q Hfjlziffgnz-'aigzisf li y S'Efigfi5eg.Lggaf.ai,f-':jX-- 5-ii' 25521, fig. 1 ' . , :QQ ,L . ,'1:1a1'! 1 F f'2li':fi5f'-Q57 H: 'A+ :-:5!1'wl'1: ,..,J,,., ,, . , ' :ai " an F J, I , ,L Q . ,-1-if-f A I RWJ .. ,,,.,4a. , 7' A P TE - 12553121.1119 l -w.- -... , 1-5 ,, .:, .1 , ,x ,, .-., . ,G , ,V , K .,,, , '1 'K'?"5Fi':lJii!"-rxfl. ff .1 ij," v U 153. JJ JJ'-I !f,?I', "F Y" . 'J' . mu"-.-trgm -"fl," ' 1 1-' -, 5- 4 V , Q .. A. , W - .4 nu .N -5 I- V FOOTBALL TEAINI-fSitting' left to rightli RANDOLPH: CLIFFORDQ IVIAHNTQ BORDEN: WALLSTROMQ KIMSEY ZIPSER. fStandi1'1gJ: W. BROWN: FOVVLER: SPAIN: MELVIN3 ANDERSON: BROCKWAY: JOHNSON. hands to tl1e tune of 40 to 0. Our second shutout victory of the season. Madera came to Turlock for a return game but the game had to be called off as a thunder storm soaked everything. Lucky for you, Madera, as we had planned a warm reception for you. Our last game of the season came on Thanksgiving day when we tackled Chowchilla here. The game was a slaughter even though Chowchilla was a much stronger team than Sonora's. The Chow- chilla team had plenty of grit and trick plays, but out boys were "wised up" to the finer points of the grand old game by this time and they did not allow Chowchilla's phoney plays to bother them. The fellows held the Chowchilla team scoreless besides running up an enormous score in their favor. The high spots in the game were a 60-yard run by Wallstrom and the three touch-downs by Main, who was a new recruit at half, because of the injury of Clifford. The casualty list, 63 to 0. Our third application of the royal order of whitewash to our worthy opponents. It was too bad that the football season ended with this game as we were just started nicely when we had to quit. But we will have better luck next year, as practically the whole team this year were juniors, and hence will be in the lineup next year. Following is the lineup for the year-Backfield: Borden, fullback, halfbacks: Wallstrom, Clifford and Maing quarterback: Kimseyg ends: Zipser, Randolph, Johnson, Brown, tackles: Fowler, Brock- waygfguards: Spain, Melvin, Brooks and Mead, center: Anderson. Basket Ball Athletics opened with basket ball, where as a whole we were very successful because we had lost only two of last year's players. Our non-league games were more successful than our league games. The old court witnessed some fine exhibitions of fast playing and excellent goal throwing. The following are the games played and the scores made: BASKET BALL fLEAGUE GANIESJ December 3-Our first league game of the season was with Ripon, when she came here with high hopes, but the team work of our team snowed her under to the tune of 83 to 6, which is quite a good sized score for so early in the season. The Ripon team tried hard, but they could do nothing against the lightning passes of our boys. Better luck next time, Ripon. December 10-We lost to Modesto at Modesto, on a dirt court, and thereby hangs the sorrowful tale. For the last two years Turlock 76 VX 71 . 13353 pm-az ru-sawn N, 'Tin I x V 4 ... . , 1" ' 'Q X45 xo f 04:7 Q "X 4 xitsgf 1, . mx U .- ' ' f-f N X X Qf' sdx v fag f -Q 2 f 1,-b - , -' I f X-2-J 5 l .X -x fl?-Z - ' NL' fm x 'Q' Q. tar' 'qi' g Ez-'Qui' P52 X ,gnu .-. gn AWN'-D' ' nmrio-1 A I .Arr M .y A P11 ,N A A moz- xmwff U1 1-, 1 t - QLLQM N' 1, N5 M F .1 ,' N Xia'-if 'N f 1 3 , 4 ,y,, K-, Q' ' xxx Fx U B 7x X JN - I 5 glen - N... -J,f' V basket ball teams have been unable to cope with Modesto teams on their dirt court. That dirt court has been the downfall of more than one good team. If in doubt, ask Fresno. However, we do not be- grudge this game to Modesto, as we later wiped out the stain of defeat at her hands. The game, despite the dirt court, was very close. Score, 21 to 20. December 17-Our third game of the league season was with Oakdale, whom we defeated. The game was the cleanest game played on the local court in many a day, as only one foul was made in the whole game. Hats off to Oakdale, they played hard and clean, and deserved to win, but our boys were just a little better than the Oakdale quintet, and so we came out on the long end of 50 to 26 score. January 7-We journeyed to Ripon for our fourth game of the basket ball season, but it was the same old story, our team work and dashing defense held Ripon helpless throughout the game. Clifford and Main did some very good Work for our team as they secured the majority of the points besides playing a very good defensive game. The score, 46 to 13. February 4-We played Modesto on our home court. The game was clean and good, and fast. The Modesto team was a fine bunch of fellows. We won by one point. V Modesto lost through her inability to make a free throw. Hard luck, Modesto. Our boys played a hard and accurate game. Critser did the best work for our team, although he did not throw many goals. Fowler led the way in the scoring of points, as he was successful in caging six balls. Score, 27 to 26. February 18-Because of general vaccination in the Oakdale school she forfeited to us. UNLIMITED NON-LEAGUE GAMES November 29-Our first game of the season was with the quintet from Tracy Hi. We came off victors through the great Work of Clifford and Fowler. Fowler ran away form his guard and shot eight baskets. Tracy fought gamely but could do nothing against our whirlwind attacks. The score, 41 to 14. December 14-Our second game was with Merced Hi. The game was fast and furious with the game anybody's until within a few minutes of time, when our boys showed some real speed and left Merced on short end of a 23 to 15 score. Merced, you put up- a good fight, but you lost to a better team. January 29-For our third non-league game of the season we imported the fast quintet from the Vocational high of Oakland. Let us suffice to say that the game was the best ever played on the local ' 78 court from a spectator's point of view, as the tea1n were both tied at the end'of the first expiration of time and three extra periods of five minutes each had to be played to decide the winner. However, Clif- ford came into the game in the second half and by his wonderful work we were able to make an uphill fight and tie the score as Voca- tional was far in the lead at the end of the first half. Clifford shot seven goals in the second half and the fifteen minutes of extra time. It was a great game, as both teams played fast, clean ball. Score, 40 to 38. - February 4-For our next non-league game We took on some local talent in the form of the fast winged "T" team of this city. The winged "T" bunch were a fast lot, but our fellows came through in championship form and managed to just nose them out. However, it was a very good game even if there was a little too much rough stuff indulged in by both sides. Clifford and Sunderland starred for us. The score, 37 to 34. February 25-We lost to Oakdale at Oakdale because of under- training and also because vaccination had just released its grip on our players. We led at half time but our boys were unable to keep their fast pace, so thereby hangs the sorrowful tale. Score, 31 to 24. March 12-Our last game of the season was with Fremont High of Oakland. Fremont beat us and beat us badly, but we are glad that we lost to such a sportslnanlike team, for they were certainly a fine bunch of fellows. They were a wonderful team. Mr. Redman, their center, was so tall, his mother must have raised him on string beans. He admitted that he was only six feet six. However, Turlock did some very good work, especially "Chick" Clifford, who shot six baskets. Score, 39 to 25. Those who played the whole season were: Fowler, Critser and Clifford, forwards. Sunderland, center. Zipser, Main and Wallstrom, guards. BASKET BALL QSECOND TEANIJ Realizing that to have a good first team we must also have a good second team, "Coach" Carpenter organized a second team that was very successful, for they won four games and lost only one. The men on the second team deserve much credit, for to them is due in a large measure the success of the first team. Nov. 29.-For their first game of the season the second team took on the quintet from Hilmar High. They came off with flying colors with a score of 34 to 24. Dec. 5.-The second game of the season for the second team ' 79 BASKETBALL TEAM-CSta.nding left to rightj: ZIPSER3 MAIN: CLIFFORDQ 'XVALLSTROM SUNDERLANDQ FOWLER, Captain: CRITSER. ended in their utter rout by the superior Tracy High team. Read the horrible details, 40 to 9. . . Dec. 12.-They next tackled the, fast quintet from Denair. Although they played Denair's firzst team, they Won by a fair margin, considering the class of the Denair quintret. The result of the combat was as follows: Turlock 25, Denair 15. Jan. 14.-The second team next played Hilmar. The game took place on the local court and for this reason our fellows felt right at home. Borden secured a majority of the baskets. The score. was 27 to 15 in our favor. Jan. 25.-Hilmar again challenged us to a game. The result was again a defeat for Hilmar, but, owing to a dirt court, our fellows were not able to get started soon enough. The score was, Turlock 19, Hilmar 11. Guards-W. Brown, R. Tomlin, E. Raney. Center-A. Borden. Forwards-Hodson, J. Brown, O. Crowell. 120-POUND TEAM. Coach Carpenter is a great believer in giving the little fellows a chance and for this reason a 120-pound team was organized to play in the county league. Although the "midgets" didnot win a game during the entire season, the acquired a great deal of experienceto be used next year. I ' p ' 1 December 3-Ripon made up for her defeat at the handsiof ,,,. our unlimited team by walloping our 1204pounders. The game was very close, the score, 25 to 26. December 17-Again the midgets lost to Ripon. The score, 23 to 21. ' 1 A February 4-Again the midgets had to bow to a superior team. This time to the famed Modesto midgets. The dirt court helped, the enemy. Thescore was 35 to 20. jzlifi The lineup was as follows: Guards, E. Smith, Gi, Reedy, Ag Zipser. Center, M. Boner. Forwards, J. Brown, Quigley, Tyck. 81 BdSCbdl l Captain, Rudolph C. Ferguson. Due to the fact that practically a new team had to be picked this year to represent T. H. S. in baseball we have not been so successful as in past years. The ball team was thoroughly equipped from funds from the student body and while the grand stands were practically empty during the games the school backed the team financially. We did not enter the county league this year but decided that we would take on teams from other parts of the state. With but three of last year's veterans we had no hopes for the state titleg but to keep the national game going we took on the following teams: Turlock, 12: Hilmar, 3. The first game of the season was surely gratifying, for it inspired the team with higher hopes. Swager was in rare form and could have easily pitched a shut-out game, but several errors spoiled his hopes. Two pitchers were freely touched for bingles by the home team. . . 'i Turlock, 53 Stockton, 9. ' - We'll admit Stockton has a good team, but our fellows were surely on the decline for the second game. Errors contributed most of the runs on both sides. Turlock, 1 g'Tiracy, 3. , One of the fastest games played on the local diamond took place between the aforementioned teams. Bedwell was in fine trim and the fielding spectacular at several points of the ga1ne. Hats off to Tracy, a clean bunch of players. Swanson secured 3 hits for Turlock. . . Turlock, 24: Nladera, 12. . At Madera we demonstrated our ability to handle the club and run bases and the 1'esult was that a new form of pickling was shown Madera. Turlock banged the pill for a total of 23 hits while the Madera team managed to secure four safe hits. However, Turlock's fielding was poorg their ability to hit offset this weakness. Sunder- land and Bedwell proved to be go-getters in this game. Turlock, 3: Ceres, 4. The fastest game of the season was played 011 Ceres' diamond when a nine-inning game was played in exactly one hour and thirty minutes. It was a pitchers' battle from start to finish and the game anybody's till the last of the ninth. With the score tied it looked as if 82 . BASEBALL TEAM-fStanding left to rightbz BEDWELL: ZIPSERg FERGUSON5 SWAGER: SWANSON3 W. BROWN AMPHERRON. QSitting left to rlghtj: CRITSER: YVILLIAMS CMas.cotJ: J. SMITH. extra innings would have'to be played, but by spectacular hitting in the pinches Ceres forced across the winning run with two away. A clean, fast exhibition of the American pastime can surely be handed to the players in this game. Turlock, 53 Tracy, 1. Stung by a recent defeat at the hands of Tracy we journeyed to that place to seek revenge. We didn't wait for a ninth inning rally but started out from the start to hit the dirt with the sphere in all corners of he lot. "Shrimp" Critser and Kraft Worked the club to perfection while Swager with his snaky curves kept the heavy hitters fanning the air out of the park. Nine strike-outs were checked up against the Tracy nine, while our boys were landing on two Tracy heavers. Turlock, 15 Nladera, 0. Feeling the effects of the previous engagement Made1'a decided to forfeit the return game. V Turlock, 5: Ceres, 12. Ceres played Turlock on Decoration day for the return game and the results were entirely unsatisfactory. With errors and inability to connect with a hit when hits meant runs our team was forced to bow before a large crowd to the second defeat from the cereal town. However, it was a good game and no complaints can be made. A little excitement occurred at second base during the eighth inning but was soon peaceably settled. Critser and Sunderland were able to connect for a couple of safe hits as well as swipe three bags apiece. Smith was also able to connect for a couple of safeties. While we have only won fifty per cent of our games we hope to bring the average up still higher before the end of the term. We feel that our team has done remarkably well considering the new material of which it was composed. With a team of veterans next year pros- pects for a very successful year loom up in the distance. V The lineup for this year follows: McPherron-Catcher. Swager, Bedwell-Pitchers. Swanson-First base. Zipser, Bedwell-Second base. Critser-Third base. Sunderland, Zipser-Shortstops. Kraft-Left field. Ferguson-Center field. W. Brown, J. Smith-Right field. 84 TRACK At last after many years of toil and struggle, we have secured a track on which to train properly. As a result We were able to do much in track this year. With practically the same team next year it is a foregone conclusion that the other schools with whom we compete will have to "step some" in order to nose out our sturdy athletes. Here's to the rejuvenation of trackg let us hope that next year will see a still further rejuvenation in one of the greatest of American pastimes as it concerns Turlock Hi. After a few weeks of intensive training We started the track season off with an inter-class meet, the results of which were very gratifying as it gave us a "line" on what we could expect to accom- plish in the county meet. The juniors led the other three classes by a very comfortable margin and the result of the meet was never in doubt. Hail to the juniors, they were there with the goods. Wallstrom did some very good work for the juniors as he secured firsts in the high and low hurdles, besides taking second place in the broad jump. Other consistent point winners for the juniors were Anthony, Howe, Fiorini and Critser. Wilkinson did some very good work for the "sophs" when he showed his heels to the field in the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Clifford did the best work for the seniors when he secured fifteen points for them, being first in the mile, broad jump and discus. The points were juniors 56, sophomores 45, seniors 43, freshmen 11. JUNIOR COLLEGE VS. HIGH SCHOOL MEET At last the Junior College has entered athletics and they celebrat- ed by showing their "heels" to us. When the smoke cleared away the Junior College was safely in the lead with 57 points while We were trailing them with 40 points. As the Junior College did not have enough men to enter all events, some events, which We would have taken, were dropped while others that we were not so efficient in were kept. This is probably why we lost. But we'll take our hats off to the Junior College men. They were there with the goods. Most of the Junior College points were scored by three Hawaiians who were remarkably efficient on the paths as well as in the field events. "Beans" Afook alone secured twenty points for the Junior College. "Red" Wallstrom and "Chick" Clifford were the best points winners for us, While Wilkinson also did good work. Our relay team showed its ability by running away from 85 TRACK TEAM-CStanc'lingl2 BONERQ FERGUSONQ OYER3 MELVINQ FIORINIQ YULE5 ANTHONY: E. SMITH CKneelingJ: AROLLOQ JOHNSONQ YVILKINSONQ KIMSEY: DARBY: FREITAS7 ORNBERG. fSi1:tingJ: SERVICE: CRITSERQ I-IOWEQ VVALLSTROM: RANEY3 ERNEST SMITH. the .Junior College team. Those who composed our team were, Fer- guson, Johnson, Howe, Wilkinson and Critser. COUNTYZL TRAGK IVI EET. With entries in both the unlimited and 120 pounds divisions we were able to make a good showing in the county track meet which was held at Modesto. Although we did not secure a first place in any of the events we did secure a great many second places, our fellows being many times just "nosed"' out at the finish. As we expected "Red" Wallstrom was our chief point winner. He took second in the 440 yard run and also second in the 220 hurdles and fourth in the broad jump. . Wilkinson also did good work as he placed second in the 220 and fourth in the 100 yard dash. The 120 pound division surprised us all by winning so many points. The chief point winners for the "Midgets" were E. Smith, Arollo, Service and Critser. Our only relay teams show their worth placing second in both divisions. The members of the teams were as follows: Unlimited: Darby, Ferguson, Howe, Johnson and Wilkinson. 120 pounders: E. Smith, Arollo, Service, Critser and J. Freitas. . p The points earned were as follows: Modesto Company B, 8516, Ripon 5556, Modesto Company C 5216, Turlock 48 1-3, Oakdale 422, Sonora 2016, Modesto Comuany A. 18, Hughson 11, Denair 4g'Patter- son 21:41. TENNIS-Boys The boys' tennis teams have done nothing as yet but they are planning on entering a strong team in thle county championship tour- nament. Since the Alert of last year went to press before theftennis season was over it will be appropriate to mention a few of lasftf year's tennis doings. We entered the county tournament which was held on our own courts. Dallman Lucid and "Chick" Clifford were our doubles team- and they showed us that they were there with the goods when they won the boys' doubles championship for us. Brown was our repre- sentative in the singles and he showed his ability by overcoming some stout resistance and winning the county championship of the singles. This year we were not as successful as i11 last year's tournament as we lost both the boys' singles and doubles. Smith represented us in the singles while Critser and Wallstrom were our doubles team. With a little more practice these same teams should easily win the tournament in the coming year. 87 ,Lid ..,, 'S-. . A 5,1 gl: 1 F I ,IL .2 Q 1-A-A-A +34 '1 The Big Ml!! Society Honorary Nlember-Clarence J. Carpenter AMSENIORS- Football Basket balll Baseball Track Tennis Anderson ........ "' S Brown, W ........ "' Brown, J ....... "' Clifford -'-- 1- all it Y HDF :F 2314 -1- Y' Ferguson ..... 'Y 'A-' - "F - Freitas ...... it Knutsen .... 'W Main .....,.... it " Randolph ........ it JUNIORS- Borden ......... 'F it Brockway Brooks ...... "' Critser ...... W Fowler ....,. it 2 it if - 4' Johnson .... at f it' Ar Kimzey .... it ' Melvin 1' Spain ........... " Wallstrom ,........... gf it it it Howe .................... if SOPHOMORES- it Darby .................... I-I. Fiorini ..... 1' Kraft ............ it it Sunderland .... 1' 1' PX' lk Swager ....... Swanson ..... 'A' Wi1kjl1SOH ..... 'nt - 111 as as we fw- Zlpser .............. Service .................. if FRE SHMAN- Arollo ........,..... it Boner ...,.... if Bedwell .. .,.,..i . McPherren ....,. Smith, Ernest ...,.,.. if Smith, Elbert ........ Smith, John ...,.,.... . V 'li Denotes letter in that sport. - denotes captain in that sport. 89 Girls, Atllletics Q The girls' department of athletics under the able tutoring of Miss Neeley has brought about wonderful results. Although the girls' team in basket ball did not make as good a showing as was expected of them it can be said in'their favor that they were "up against some tough opposition." The various periods of girls' physical training have developed some near-stars in the grand game of base ball. This is the first year for girls' baseball but the way the girls take to it is most gratifying. V The girls are also very proficient in the game of volley ball and it is appropriate to say here that if the girls' team in volley ball could have scheduled games with outside schools they could undoubtedly have "cleaned up" the teams from the' other schools hereabouts. Next year let .us make volley ball one of our regular competitive sports between schools. It is a fast, clean game and deserves more attention than it is now receiving in the world of sports. Here's to the girls, they are good, clean sports and they play the game fair at all times. Following is a synopsis of girls' athletics for the year, "read 'emf' 7,1 BASKET BALL-Denair Game The girls started out the season with a game with the fast girls' team of Denair. Although the Denair team fought hard they could not head our team and when the dust had cleared on one of the roughest games of the season our team was safely encouched in the lead with a score of 17 to 6. Gustine Game The girls next journeyed to Gustine Where they kept up their win- ning streak and won a very hard fought game from the fast Gustine girls. The game was very fast and exciting but our team showed its supremacy by being able to locate the basket a littleoftener than the Gustine team and thereby hangs the tale. The score, 15 to 12. Second Gustine Game For the third game of the season the girls' team played a return game with Gustine. Something happened tor our team and Gustine got her revenge for her former defeat at our hands. Although our team fought hard they were unable to shoot as many baskets as the V 'J 90 A GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMefLeft to rightk LINDBLOMQ OLSON: DIMBERG: ECK.LUNDg NEELEYQ BRIER DELBON: PATTERSON and LUNDGREN. Gustine forwards and as a result they had to bow to the Gustine team. Score, 23 to 20. Ripon Game For the last game of the season the girls journeyed to Ripon where they received their second defeat of the season. The game was very fast and clean, but the Ripon team was a little better than our team, as a result they shot more baskets and came out on the long end of an 18 to 14 score. Forwards, F. Neeley, G. Olsong guards, L. Dimberg, Capt. S. Brierg center, R. Lindblomg side center, H. Lundgren. TENNIS To date the girls have done nothing in tennis but there is much available material among the members of the fair sex and as a result they are expected to make many points for Turlock in the coming county championship tournament. Last year the girls did very well in the county tournament although they did not win any points. Several did get as far as the semi-finals which is very good work considering the talent that was present from other schools. This year Vera Wallstrum and Astrid Delbon were the contenders for the county championship in the tennis tournament, and without exerting themselves easily proved their worth by winning the girls' doubles. Gilliland lost a hard fought set in the singles. TRACK For the first time in the history of Turlock the girls held an inter- class track meet and the results were very gratifying. Some very fast time was made in the events. Alma Schwalb won several events by very large margins. Let us keep up the good work in having track meets for the girls as well as the boys. The results of the track meet was a tie between the four classes of the high school who each won 8 points. 92 Clippings from "The Reflectorn HE biology classes are all wondering if Mr. Nichols is going to buy an automobile. All last week he has been measuring our air pressure. We think Burton Peck will be chosen to inflate the tires as he has the greatest pressure. Of course, Burton is "puffed up" about his new position.-C. W. PERSONAL-John Smith, a descendant of the noted John Smith family of Virginia has returned to continue his work after suffering a week and a half from an epidemic of parotilitis. WANTED-Young man to take position as president of sopho- more class. No experience or recommendations needed. Apply at once! The students of Turlock high would be very much pleased if Jimmie Roach would "talk less and listen more." Our physical education teacher, Miss Neely, presumably went to Berkeley over the week-end to get some music for our May dayg but we have a vague feeling that there was some other motive for her going, of an altogether different origin, for she came back with a brand new, sparkling diamond on her left hand. At any rate we hope she secured other music besides the wedding march. All join in wish- ing her success and happiness. PLEASE NOTICE-We take the opportunity to correct a sad mistake which took place at our last student body meeting, December 24th, when our gifts were given out to the respective classes of the school. The person presenting the gifts, made the mistake of missing the sophomore and junior presents. Harold Hjelm, the presenter of the gifts, craves forgiveness for this unfortunate mistake. Hoping you will overlook this matter, we are, your respectfully, The Senior Class. Eivind Knutsn says he enjoyed Santa Anna very much. His exact words were, "Be gosh! I'm going down there to spend my honey- moon!" Who is she, Eivind? ' We wish to congratulate Charles Hohenthal for receiving an A in chemistry. We hear it is quite an accomplishment to receive an A from Dr. Sutherst. DEBATE CLUB ENTERTAINS PATTERSON TEAM-The mem- bers of the debating club enjoyed a luncheon in the domestic science A 93 room after the debate last Friday night CApri1 221. They had as guests of honor the Patterson team, the judges, and several members of the faculty. The luncheon consisted of salad, sandwiches, choco- late, and ice cream and cake. Speeches were given by several of the guests, and allenjoyed a very pleasant time. It seems that mumps are getting to be quite common among stu- dents. Quite a number of students have been affected by this so- called illness during the past few weeks. Erie Hendricksen, M. D., takes great pleasure in announcing that he has won the first degree of his medical course by winning an A in Latin. It is his plan to go to South America and there continue his profession among the monkeys. Two unusual things happened Wednesday morning, namely, Ethel Gilliland had bobbed her hair, and Viola Swanson came with her hair combed a la Maggie Jiggs. PERSONAL-Could you imagine Miss D'Ancona without her dia- mond ring? All of her students sincerely wish her good luck and happiness in the future. "Nature bestows her mighty forces of wind and water and steam only upon those who seek them with intelligence and skill." The increased responsibility which has been thrust upon Mr. Ray by the new arrival fbaby girlj at his home, is making itself felt in the class room. Ask the juniors, they know. iMss D'Ancona was given a tea towel shower by a number of sophomore girls at the home of Irma Williams, on April 7th. The afternoon was spent in conversation and music, and all departed wishing Miss D'Ancona good luck in the future. flleard in the busj Ellen Dwyer-"I can't sing at all. If Pd try l'm afraid l'd wake the dead. Sometimes I sing in my sleep, though." Miss M.-"Well, I'm surprised you don't wake yourself up." Much credit should be given the sophomores for their efforts in publishing "The Reflector."-W. B., Editor. 94 If ,af I ,J Jr . V' Wi l X r ' ol I' Fl? fl!" X5 D 'qc " -:F , - lfllpu X 4 'ff it - GT i - as Y, I , . n , I Q ' 9 'L 5 'ff I ' I' pq: is I' Q N. 'A 1- . 5 g f , P' - ' Bl?-Bsirorfx September 20, 1920-School opens. Does anyone know the way to the study hall? Upper classmen and "wee things" are alike inhabitants of the old high school, much to the former's disgust and the latter's dismay. September 27-The sweetness of it! Upper classmen sever diplo- matic relations and leave their old home for the new. September 28-Sophs' election of officers, too much "pep"g they'll bear watching. September 30-Seniors and juniors sedately elect their officers. October 12-The freshmen, under proper supervision, meekly cast their ballots. Who knows, maybe in ten or fifteen years they'll be responsible, intelligent men and women. October 15-Hooray for the freshman reception! We'll all agree that the freshmen are good entertainers and ought to go on the stageg and then there's their falternatingj red and white complexion! But-can they eat? Ask Eivind K. or Ethel T. November 10-Sophs have a hard-time party-the "hard time" came in trying to find the pies, but the sophs aren't advertising as sleuths. November 29-Junior partyesome "janes" and some "gents." December 5-History classes very sparsely populated. Upon in- quiry Mr. Ray finds that there is a game at Modesto, causing a sudden but serious and very contagious epidemic of Hpedestrianitisf' fFor particulars ask "Kimzey" or "Pete."J December 13-An addition to the daily routine-detention for the sufferers of the before-mentioned epidemic. "J. Perry" presiding in room 13 and "Uncle Mohr" in room 14. Decemebr 17-Mistletoe grows from cross beams, lights and fix- ' 95 tures. Many a maid and youth benefit by kind Nature's accommoda- tion. Ask "chick" if Alice biushesl December 24-Glorious vacation, although much delayed accord- ing to our way of thinking. January 3-Trudging back to school heavily laden with resolu- tions. January 44-Melvin Ray has caught a "boW." January 11-Several students, having entertained the occupants of the study hall until Miss Graham thought they had created quite enough excitement, were sent up to amuse "Nick," January 13-Seems the most important subject matter books are in the library. Miss D'Ancona must assign very lengthy history refer- ences! January 15-Senior Kid Party-We'll all admit that there Was a marked improvement. Mrs. Holt ate more lollypops than one-half the class, put together. Virginia and Walter got the prize for the consumption of animal cookies. January 17-"Reggie" lost a tooth! Seats rearranged in seventh period history-too much inspiration. Raining pitchforks and nigger babbies!-But due to the inspired teachings of Mr. Swager, Miss Reed's absence is thoroughly enjoyed! January 18-New girl-Oh, boy! John in his seventh heaveng Mrs. Pulcifer "rubs off" her grin! A Biology classes hold hands in nerve tests! Mr. Kyle and Eva Hyde will have plenty of biology students next year. January 19--Baseball is a very interesting sport for girls, boys and teachers. "Happy" is some pitcher and the Hump" can't be beat. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Mr. Logan or "Pop" Sutherst for further information. ,,. tjfy,-.2'vO'77,. le - 1 f ,QC at ,L 'f f '17 -' 'EZ Jr 4' l Q, X ' f ' , ,Z fi January 20-The seventh period study hall students co-operated in "raising the roof" and went so far as to drive Miss Mark to distrac- tion, whence she delivered her daily lecture with great feeling. January 24-The Junior College revealed another one of its hidden talents, "What Happened to J ones" was a great success. January 25-Steele was presented with a "twenty-one carrot" mug in honor of his birthday. The sophs are very generous people. January 31-All study hall seats rearranged-some pupils occupy seats in "M. K.'s" office. Who says "variety is the spice of life"? February 2-Dinner served to the trustees by the domestic science class. They are plump and sleek ever since. February 5-Too many yells at the Modesto game-glee concert suffers, but we hasten to add that the suffering is not serious, when we take Gunnar's "Asleep in the Deep" for the sample. February 10-Vaccinationing-girls crying, boys white with fear. February 11-The third period "gym" class girls "copped" the boys' bicycles and had a fine time until Miss Neeley appeared upon the scene. Now they have detention. February 15--A grand and glorious day, but where are the seniors? Maybe at Niles canyon, maybe all the chaps ride in one Ford, maybe they are left behind and get lost, maybe Main saw a shark in the bay, maybe it was hard scaling the mountains after they got the pitch. They'll never tell! February 17-Junior ditchers have to get slips and "serve time." February 22-A half-holiday for all patriotic students-Unit." Q A5 9 J QQ f y lr i ' Lune. HACBUNTEP i as li . it to February 28-"The Virginia Gentleman" showed to great advan- tage the histerto secret dramatic art of the juniors. 97 March 4-Spring opening in Turlock. "Mac" and his eight "Spirits of the Spring" represent T. H. S. in the parade. March 11-"Pop" Martin is still "bringing in the Wash." March 17EOh, those juniors-as green as freshmen! And whose flag stayed up the longer? t it J fn- 3 if QQX fr X543 P I I ' f X Q3 1 XX !f4fQ ll'g',i', x4 'E E V P f 4 I . gfp gflq lw egg !! . L T Q! , ' ,A ...hik es K X -'sf l " , ml 7 g9jZ '1 ,..q.,,. U M X A., Q Xff ff J Nfwnfflf.. 'QQ CJ Q. UL. F 'MEM March 25-Inter-school track-meet. The girls can run! Boys, if you are intending to catch one you'd better start training! The girls, freshmen and sophomores against seniors and juniors, tied in the final score. The junior and senior boys lost by one point. We'll have to admit that the younger generation is a much faster set. March 30-First swimming party of the season. fAsk Dee, etc., for other information along this 1ine.l for , " it i" ' a f ' Q 96 X L V v v !',- , Z- .f?"y0, Q all 2 f ff 1 o 0 5 l 'gnfiqvf TR' ' 'Q J 1 I 5 1 N f : A . W I 7 Z1 5 !,M, J. W g ,, .J ui 4, ig., .Wm -f as f ' c-29, ' f 0'9RrEi 98 , April 1-Senior dignity and modesty both modified Uoe, Esther, Maxinel and magnified fElfie, Frances, Veraj respectively. Classes were not called until 10:45 but the deloy cannot be blamed upon Miss Mark or "M, K."! The seniors were still ahead in the fight, etc., at 10:45 and at noon, by extending an invitation to Mrs. Roach, Miss Meyer, and others including the aforementioned arm of the law, "M, K.", they appeased the growing tide of bitterness which might have developed into a serious case of detention. April 15-Boys' inter-class track-meet. Juniors 63, sophs 47, seniors 42, freshmen 11. Scholarships announced--seniors 47 W per cent, sophomores 28 per cent, juniors 27 per cent, and freshmen 23 per cent. April 23-Sophomore Minstrel Show! Some show and some side shows, too. The band was "sweet" and so was its leader. April 29-May day exercises, folk dances, May pole and exhibit! Fights and foreign games! Congratulations to Miss Badgley, Miss Peterson, Miss Neeley and Mr. Ericson upon their teaching ability. May 7-Three cheers for the T. H. S.!! What would be the track and field records of dear old Stanislaus if it wasn't for our T. H. S.? We're quality, not quantity. r- 6 II i 1.4- 'V In Y: ' ,ai Q nv gk xr C: . ... ,T I M IGBHIFY, May 13-"The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," due to Miss Meyer's faithful and able coaching and to the talent of cast, proved to be a great success. "Put her there," seniors, we're proud of you! May 14-A day fand night??J with a double ceremony-juniors picnic at Mariposa and the sophs picnic at Pleasant Valley. "Term- end Vacations," they say. 99 June 5-The tournament!! T. H. S. takes the prize for using her "ra.cket', to the best advantage. June 7-Junior-senior reception. June 8-Finals-"And I would that my tongue could utter the thoughts that arise in me!" June 15-We haven't entirely forgotten how to smile! Three cheers for vacation! F av A , fx 9 -X , ' ,Q 1 ll' h f 4- l N W 3 ff , ef! 'N fonfmf Q .1 WH- t t .- ' . I ' X 'V . - .1 S , Er. Y 9. Z f - ,n p K' fl f ,A t 2 JZ ff :Q Aa 3 "' I ll Eff? ,:.:'- f-,Lf ,-- gf ' ""' I' ' 5- 100 . A Ci ' XIEHYNNZC V 'iw fi X - , it 541 l HE exchange department is one which should be cultivated more carefully in order that new ideas and better results may be obtained for our future "Alerts," Numerous annuals, weeklies and monthlies, also many requests for exchanges were received by this department, but owing to an "adverse circumstance," we were unable to send out any exchanges from last year's annual. We hope to visit our many friends with a book from this issue. Among the annuals and papers received were the following: "The Tokay," Lodi, Cal.-A fine book, your literary department is very good. A few more snapshots would help. "The Magnatf' Selma, Cal.-A good book, we suggest a few more jokes. Q "Crag Echoes," Dunsmuir, Cal.-Cut your literary department in two and add some snapshots. A good book though, come again. "E1R0de0," Merced, Cal.-Why so many advertisements? "Purple and White," Madera, Cal.--We think you could improve your literary department. "Sea Urchin," Pacific Grove, Cal.-More jokes and snapshots would make your book more attractive. "El Puerto," Patterson, Cal- We miss the pictures of the three lower classes. "The Porcupine," Reedley, Cal.-An attractive cover and good pictures. Your visit was thoroughly enjoyed. "The World," St. Paul, Minn.-The best monthly paper received, well developed and plenty of wit. Weekly papers from Virginia City, Nev.3 Richmond, Lodi, Vallejo and Sacramentto, Cal., have been received 'by this office. How other schools see us: "The Alert," Turlock, Cal.-A very good book with an attractive cover. Jokes especially fine.-"Litoria," Fowler High. "The Alert," T. H. S.-We got good suggestions from your visit. -"El Puerto," Patterson, Cal. "The Alert," T. H. S.-"The Alert" ranks highest among our high 101 school exchanges. It is well developed and the humor bright. The numerous cuts and snapshots add to its interest.-"Collegiate," Sarnia, Canada. "The Alert," T. H. S.-One of-our best exchanges. Your book is well arranged. The cuts and pictures add a great deal to it.-"Sea Urchin," Pacific Grove, Cal. , We will appreciate any criticisms which will make this annual a better book. - JAMES BROWN, '21. 102 5,52 22' Z ff-52 g 0 I Xi . f into , EP ,a :KV 1 4 ' x H34 Q if 4 !r-S 4:2 ' 'fa -fs- '9'P'7- n ,L W ,I-itz, Y f iff! ' Auto Shop ECHANICS and more mechanics! Vvhere do they all come from? Why, from the auto shop, which is a big part of T. H. S. They can fix punctures, detect flat tires and steer a Ford. Yes, and they can do still more. They can fix burnt out lights and make a Ford run on all four. All makes and types of machines have been overhauled this year by the embryo mechanics of the automobile shop, from Fords and tractors to trucks and Packards. The work of this department is very practical, for it is obtained from real experience rather than from books. The first principles of an engine are taught and this is soon followed by a deeper study into the more vital parts such as timing and the electrical Works. The boys have had a very successful year, however, and the Work which they have done on the various cars speaks well for them and their instructor. "Mac" is a friend of all the fellows and enjoys Working with such a fine bunch of hopeful youngsters. Nine big ones for "Mac" and his class of young mechanics. P. SWAGER, '23, 103 Agriculture Since we are living in an agricultural community this course is a very practical one for the boys of T. H. S. Many young men have decided that farming shall be their life occupation and in accordance with their decision are taking this very practical course. , Under their instructor, Mr. Kyle, the boys have studied the various grades of stock and poultry. They have also learned the various methods of scientific feeding which is so essential in this period of reconstruction. A thorough study of crops and the different grades of soil has been made which gives the farmer a better knowledge of how to rotate his crops. . Several trips have been made to various farms in the community to see the different methods of farming and to get different views from the farmer regarding crop rotation. ' It is hoped that more boys will take advantage of this scientific course so as to better our agricultural community when they gradu- ate and settle down on the farm. Manual Training Turlock Union High School, without a doubt, has one of the best manual training departments in any high school in Stanis- laus county. They, the students, make articles of every description. If the people had only seen the phonograph that was made by Laurence Meade, it is a beauty. All the people say, "My, how did you do it?', Mr. Ericson, their teacher and instructor, is busily watching over them all the time and carefully instructing them. As to the shop, it is a shrewd little hut, where they do this mar- velous vvork. The boys can just barely turn around in it. It is a Wonder that Mr. Ericson and the students do not lose their temper some of the time. Numerous articles have been made this year, such as: oak library tables, magazine stands, office desks, and many little things like: ironing boards, medicine chests, picture frames, etc. Even our coach, Mr. Carpenter, is very proud of the many, many "dandy" hurdles that they made for the athletic field. Many cheers for Mr. Ericson and the manual training shop of T, 1-1, S, ART FIELDS, '23. 104 I-1011013 Seniors Hazel Berg. Elfie Evangeline Delbon. Florence Ellen Hendrickson. Cecily Fern Richards. Ethel Louise Taylor. Theodore Nelson Thompson Vera Wallstrum. Eva Alberta Wylde. Juniors Chester Lee Arnold. Myrtie Jane Colburn. Esther Marie Granberg. Margaret Ruth Kyle. Florence Mayme Lake. Minnie Christeen Larson. Elmer McCombs. Linnea Agnes Nellie Nelson. John Philip Wymer. Sophomores Anna Elizabeth Ahlberg. Emma Linnea. Holgren. Shirley Mildred Thompson. Chrissie Woolcock. Freshmen Anna Margaret Callahan. Marion Collins. Beatrice Mabel Fiorini. Caryl David Flood. Doris Caroline Johnson. Oliver Carl Nelson. Vivian Irene Service. Thelma Wade. Agnes Mayes Zimmerman. 105 MEMBERS OF HONOR ROLL I , rg? 'ips Z9 " QE I B USN rpg' D UC 4111 1 -,t . KXQQA QIWCII- The school paper is a great inventiong The staff gets all the fame, The printer gets all the money, ' The editor gets all the blame. Marvin C.-"I spent nine hours over my math last nightzff Carol J .-"Do tell." ' Marvin C.-"Sure, ,it was under my bed." :Rl ? Freshie-"Do people get punished for things they haven't done?" Teacher-"Why, of course not." Freshie-"VVell, I haven't my algebra today." TRAGEDY Senior4l'l saw another movie last night with an unhappy end- ing." Fresh-"Did the hero lose the girl?" Senior-"No, he married her." Dr. Sutherst lin Biologyj-"You can't have a pain in your heart because it has no nerve." Zuke R.-"Why is it then we have heart-burn?? ?.?" 107 C YVN l.,'T,-Isxh fa.- 714. 4:-. .gz-,g..7,t1:.ii.m7:L 115571 48 a IV , ra' A ' ' i H-'f , , A f 7' , ..-nr 1 Y yffiirs . 'J xv?- 1. xx N l a: - 'i ' , . , U, V ' In J k in 5. YYL In 4.. 8 .A X4 .-1 3, - J .J .4. Q In . i' 9:5 -ff .5 .5 .32 P. fa. .lj VZ., .fn Mr. Martin fto Rudie and Estherl--"Which shall it be, a ride or an admission blank?" SX' '-it fi Miss Mark Qspeaking of Dee and Ivan BJ-"I-Iave Mutt and .I eff been having a good time while I was away?" Il' 1 K AS USUAL Teacher Cin History IJ-"Where was the Declaration of Inde- pendence signed?" Bright freshie-"At the bottom, mum." I ll 0 Miss Reed fto freshie girlj-"Your complexion is getting sallow, you ought to diet." Freshie-"All right, what shall I dye it with?" Q If 'll HELP THE ANCIENTS Dr. Sutherst fin Chemistryj-"Oxygen is essential to all animal eicistence. There can be no life without it. Yet, strange to say, it was discovered only a century ago." Si' 'ill S? Soph.-"Did you ever take chloroform?" Freshie-"No, who teaches it?" SG It his CLASSES ' You can always tell senior, he is so sedately dressedg I an You can always tell junior, by the way he swells his chestg You can always tell freshman, by his timid looks and such 3 You can always tell sophomore, but you cannot tell him much. 3? ik 1' There are meters of accent, And meters of tone, But the best of all meters Is to meter fmeet herb alone. The only way to die of hard drinking nowadays is to choke to death on a piece of ice. as .ss as 109 FRESHMAN CLASS Q I . -I f ' f 1 ' '. . . f. 53 I, ,pn M li ,ml .,Qm.,! Q 1 I I 1 , . M , l -.N-. i , l .W , fx.-.CHEM 'px rw' Lf, E l,,,..,g,g3Qpgi,ml,gE3.g,,.m -1,-,-,ig-,,,.,m.,,v,...4,xml:..,l- mis:os:.4.c.i.e ,W '- ' A i"f':.m Y' 1' r.u'm'n'i-1'f1'5R-R311 :.::-...:.-.'::,.-,4.,v.-....sg--. .lfl'5'5'T'Sx:2m1i-'fin-L l M ' ' 1' 1 , '-:.:.-.'..lf11-4 ' A - - - The Honorable Notes V RIENDS, Faculty, and Schoolmates, lend me your ears, I will return them when l have done g I come to praise the freshmen, not to bury them. The good that students do is long remembered, ' Their pranks are oft' interred with C's and D's3 So let it be with the freshmen. On September 20, 1920, We entered old T. H. S. Scared? NO! 'The sophies said we vvereg They said we were ambitious-but they are ignorant. . We gathered in the honorable assembly hall and organized, It was there that we chose our class officers: Richard Steele, president, Vera Striplin, vice-president, Carmen Olson, secretary, Ethel Gilliland, treasurerg Dudley Tomlin, class representative. We chose our class colors also, Royal purple and spotless white, Symbolic of our pedigree and innocence. ' The sophs-they said We were ambitious, I When they said that, they lied, and I came to prove it. They, with the aid of the upper classes, gave us a royal Welcome Which suited our royal natures, and filled our royal coffers. Then we collected moneys from all the members ofthe class, A And had a. littleparty of our own, Q At which we had much fun and more pie. A We drank no milk in its natural state, But had chocolate as the upper classmen do g When they have parties-but sometimes they drink coffee, Which is injurious to our systems and our complexions. The sophs said We were ambitious, g But they lied, and -I have proved it. From then on incidents ceased to happen, And we settled down to our studies. Namely Latin, English, History, etc. g s These we studied hard, seeking to increase our knowledge. Did this in us seem ambitious? i 111 Bosh! Ambition should be made of sterner stuff. Oh, freshmen, if you have tears, prepare to shed them now, Because your freshman year, a year of joy, is drawing to a closeg We are nearing the period in which we shall be bally sophs. The sophs still preach their ambition dope. They should wipe off their bearded chins. Oh, judgment, thou art fled from bonehead sophs, And they have lost their reason- But, bear with me-my heart is with the freshmen. After-word-If anything has been left out, it will be found running around the school grounds. RICHARD STEELE, '24, To Freshmen EE, modest freshman girl and boy, You'Ve come to many a grief and joy, For I must tell you of your fate, You little thing, For you must take our seat of state, Oh! bitter sting! When first to Turlock High you came, More joyful times were then your aim, With pretty bows and bobbed .hair O Came little May, I With trousers short, and looks of fear O Came Billy O'Day. The time has passed on fleeting wings You freshmen now see different things. Instead of ruling as you thought f Why you found out 4 That-upper classmen know a lot, Without a doubt. Oh, freshmen! Chance will come your way, For soph'mores you'll be some day, And then triumphant you will rule, Oh, happy day, O'er all those coming to our school, In your own way. MURIEL I-IIVELY, '23, 112 , ,WT 9' "-ig..1:..-"E Y -fr. .lgililulm -if-5 ww -.QM la. 'Ag ,,..-. ' L " COULD YOU EVER IMAGINE Rudie's hat without Esther's coat? LeRoy's feet on the floor during a game? Marvin without his freckles? Order in the first period study hall-new school? Ephraim without his gold tooth? Mr. Martin forgetting-your slips? James Brown in a love scene? Teddy Thompson flirting? C. Daniels holding a girl's hand? W. Brown with a shave? Margaret Tinny with the graveyard blues? P. Brockway with a haircut? Vera and Alice not on somebody's trail? Miss Grant not going to dinner? HI? PIG if MAGIC ' Mr. Kyle fto E. Adams in Physicsj-"Did you open your book, Ephraim?" "No, sir." "Oh, I see you're just absorbing it through the cover." :lt if 4 REMARKABLE REMARKS Kathleen-Oh! for one of Kelly's choicest bricks! Fergy-The rings and pins will be here when they come. Mr. Martin-A cauliflower is an educated cabbage. Paul B.-This is so dry I get thirsty reading it. Verda-I could teach in a school for the deaf. Bob-The snow line is a line above which the snow grows. James B.-Can the chatter. You like to make people think you're bigger than you are. Dale O.-This merriment must cease. Miss Grant-Get out your penmanship and commence to study spelling. Roy J .-I-Iis health isn't Very strong. S! ll 8 GUESS WHO! Dale O.-"Verda, they kill men like Lincoln!" Vercla fsorrowfullyj-"And let you live." 114 J BRAINS Paul B.-"Francis Howe, you are very ostentatious and sophisti- cated." X Francis I-I.-"No, you're wrong, I'm a man of intellect." I 0 fl Mr. Martin Cexplaining an idiom in the Junior College French classy-"ln French, they don't say the clock runs, they say it marches." Bright Collegian-"Do they say the clock marks time when it stops?" if 'K S Dr. Sutherst fin Chemistryj-"Bernard, how can you find out if there is any air dissolved in water?" 1 Bernard-"Stick a lighted splint in it and if it continues to burn there is air in it.', Il SF I Zura R.-"What's the eye for anyway?" Verda C.-"To see, of course." Dr. Sutherst-"Clever girl, gee whiz." ' as as if Freshie4"Daddy, I got one hundred per cent on my report-card." Dad-"All right, 1et's see in what subjects you received one hun- dred per centf' Freshie-"Fifty in arithmetic, twenty in English, thirty in his- tory." if if W Miss Schmidt-"I don't like to have to ask you for your work thatis overdue." Sunderland-"I don't like to have you ask me either." O ll rl Miss Meyer-"What is the meaning of profiteer?" Senior-"It is a person that would purchase the junior class at their real value and sell them for what they think they are worth." Miss Meyer-"You have a very good conception of the word." l i O Mr. Kyle fin biologyj-"The sponge is a, very low form of animal." Lloyd Darby-"Sure, when it's in the sea." 115 F3a.lSI'1:Ji.LLC1::.1.LLB-.L:1.-.eu 1 :wa .113-.nax1,.c.L+:.x. :-.11 I 1n....a:-.:..,..s:4.uf:x.cn,...n.Li .,!i.wL4LSt'....n' ' 1 . . W ' - L psf' M ' ' ' pf - .4 " L' K. 4 b P . , 'Q ' S, f 7 y ' , .4, V .T . ,A ,U , N , . ' f I ,, ' 'Q' 'f".,'Ki:f:f5f52 . ,. i , ' " ' ? ' s . .. 3 ! "JJ--2, . -ii" ' E 1 . 4311: . , ,. 661- ' HU: ' . , ' E A N+'XV . N-XM , J F -.-,s" .75ii'-fsi1:'i " 9 Y J ' - 75g5Q'17i'3A7 Q - . . it N - 5?-5f",?'gf5'-"' ' ' ' " ' ' 1 I l5g,,,,' ' Fi ' ..- :::J,."'j.' . ., ,. " I ,xg , 'L gf? 1' V A , . :wifi 4 I f . . ' f y ' --?'Jf1352:f'1?:. ..f"Q-iff" E 1.-N.,ff,q r , Sf ,, ' .. H 1 ..: . - , , . an QVQNLQ., Q,ni,Qf.g'f grills. H 0 .,......i.. .-,f -1. 1-vmrwszx 1i.i.."'Q ni, Ylk . ? 97 55 f1 5 'r E Sis B 0 1 15 r, a.. x.L'. I l 6 I i 5, N ,.--. SWATS Mrs. Pulciferi fin Sociologyl-"What's the matter Bob?" Bob F.-"Something hit me." Mrs. P.-"Gee, I wish it was an idea." . if if Q . Carmen 0.-"Did you drop your neck on the stove?,' Merrill S.-"No, why?" Carmen O.-"I smell rubber burning." . IBF 'lk if Miss Smith-"Don't pay any attention to Thomasg he is not boss of this place." if -Ik if Miss Schmidt ffinding out who studied their lessonJ4"I-Iave you looked over your lesson?" , Fred K.-"I overlooked it." ' ' ' if 'lt if Merrill S.-"Your head reminds me of a typewriter." Carmen O.-"Oh, does it." I Merrill S.-"Yes, an Underwood." A is If 214 1 . Miss Reed fin Englishj-"When you have moonligt nights you generally have a love scene." 1Rep1ying to some questionj-"It isn't as sillyemas it sounds." QHOW does Miss Reed know about moonlight nights and ,love scenes?J ' ' . ' , . Merrill S.-"After three days of debating I arrived at 'my third point." r i - ' ,lk Sk if ' Miss Mark to Bob F.-"You're pretty sure of yourself now, are you not?" Bob F.-"I don't know." Miss Mark-"I think you're pretty sure." Bob F.-'Tm pretty, but not very." as -nf an ' ' . The secret of success in life is for a. man to be ready for his oppor- tunity when it comes.-Disraeli. Ili? REFLECTIONS Folks who never do more than they are paid for, never get paid for more than they do.-Elbert Hubbard. ' 'F 'I f Lives of seniors oft' remind us, We can make our lives sublime: And by asking foolish questions, Take up recitation time. if III i Jokes are few, for jokes are shyg So if the joke's on you, why, please don't ery. if fl 1 Miss Grant to Rudolph Ferguson-"Why didn't you come to spell yesterday's lesson?" R. F.-"I started to but I got scared out." ' as an 4 With the best intentions in the world mistakes will happen, why not cheer up and start again? , as an 1: Miss Neeley fin folk danoingj-"Toss your head and throw it into the air. " Q R 0 Miss Grant-"Do you know how I can reach Pearl and Lilly Lang over the phone?', E. Adams-"Call them up." fl SK O Don't judge the school by this book, You might spoil its reputation. 'WEST' 119 I ..A IM WF: PTM J, I 1 ' 1 , EMU Hmmm M I Snr. f f NQWM L LA, fig TVlJ f f -I'


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