Turlock High School - Alert Yearbook (Turlock, CA)

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Do we, the class of nineteen hundred and twenty-six humbly, but with a feeling of gratitude, dedicate this issue of the Alert. Class of '26. if f y ! Q ww, H191 ,'. - - ' Im 9 'LVM 1xW'.i!!'Ih: fra. -m mf 1 I V N 11' U r f JJYI Y i??'J"h"" W' ' .wif Q wazgnu y 911' "" ' 1 " ' ' 9 i d Op ,512 ff .N 559- 335 be Q 5 . 0 of sa 53, :E si' f 5 9 Q EE?- P 3 1 A . ,,,, . , is 5 MTN giWif' wm:.l .FE'i"fK " ' 'J- 1 U- - 'fi Q, -' ' 1:1255 fb' JU. Jw- 1'-'J' . .- SMITH MISS INA V' F ORE WORD V ' ' ' 1 - r B Fhzlt The HKS.1'l'Zl11fl ohl spirit" ol 'fhv l7nrlor'k lligh Svhool mig.g'hl' 0Yl'l'l2lSll1lj.L'lY liw, wo, tho vlznss ol' xiiiwtweoii lzumlrecl unfl lweiily-six clo puhlish this issuo of tho Alvrl. ll' we lwlievc-ml that this hook wonhl not lw GI1iLlll1SlZ1SllCE1ll:x' i'w'vix'ecl, we would put our el'l'oi'ts to a. mow wovili while task. But in the past, the high school amnual has provwl to lw u loyal 'l!l'lGllll lo those' in school :xml also to those who look upon their high school life only with ax nieniory. We clo not intend to make this hook a money- inukingg' propositiong l.llSt0El1l, it ison1'one4le'fe1'- niinution to proclncv il, hook that will znlll to lhv 1'0spw'l ol' the svhool. Table of Contents Page DEDICATION ......... ........ 5 STUDENT BODY .......... ........ 1 3 CLASSES: S1-niors ....., ........ I 9 JI uniors ....... ........ -L 0 SOIJIIOTIIOITJS ,.,,.. ,....... 4 2 l"I'6Sll?IlG'll ....... .,,..... 4 -L LITERARY: Ctlllflltlill' ..... ........ 4 7 POQIIIS ....,..........v ........ 5 0 ORGANIZATIONS ........ ,,,,,,,, 5 3 ACTIVITIES .....,..... ATHLETICS .,..... JOKES: Jokes amd Snaps ..,.. ..,.,,,. . Autog-1'apl 1 s .,.... ........63 85 ........96 1 5 K 51. 7- .,...,.., .-,......,,..- , .7 .,l..i..T.,1 M , HW,-V .. T 1 QT2 gf lf, , .xi be . f . , A M V A yr' we 1 va 'r 5 t bitt' T A 7 ' 'tl i - -A f ,A -,A 1 ,-. . t . ,, 1 - JM C! ft- 'T' , can V 5,9 E .gifs 57, FWF' -MM, ' 1. i .tn . -,",ll ' , 4 r , f Y M: ,f ,K -an i, --35+ f'.'f, 7 Q : r an 1 I, 6 4 as 2115 sg - s sl s H - , in . 1 , 'F km --5 -JH -,-"H 1 '- - " :Elini my V ' A ' Y' ' "' - gif " ' 'A .1 lti lf f. M -Lititib i - -.F i f , ... :LQ-will , ,, .. pf " -e . -.-iv'-.-f-'L ..,..-1,-- 1 we- ' 1:1 .L .' V 1. . . -: 4- .yi , U M, , , as .-i - . J., r The Laying ot the Cornerstone i . .....,Q . . 1 A ' The cornerstone for the new adiuinstration building was laid April the tl1i1'tieth, nineteen hundred twenty-six. lncidentally. this date also marked the twentieth anniversary of the Turlock Union lflfigli School. 1 This event was under the direction of the Turlock Chauiher ot' Comiuerce, an organization which has never ceased in turtllering' the interests and activities ot the school. An unusual prograiu, which was heartily received by an audience ot some seven hundred and titty, accompanied the laying of the stone. Just preceding' the ceremony the Stanislaus County Boyls Band played a popular selection. Mr. Tilt'lIQl'llJ?ll'llGl', President of the Chain- ber ot Connuerce, assisted Mr. Norman XYeeks, arcliiteet,-tin laying the stone. A selection ilfroin the Boy's Band followed hy a benedietion given by Rev. Davis, concluded the pl'OQQ1.'I:1ll'1. Mr. Scott, who gave the chief address, declared, liTl121t education should teach the individual how to live as a useful citizen." He went ou to say, "The school should serve another purpose than niere book learning. The significant thing in life is the direction taken after hirth. lt is of little importance where hirth finds us, whether it is in a log.: cabin or a palatial houie, just so long as we develop into use- ful citizens. The 'fact that Lincoln was born in a log cabin is not very important, hut the fact that lie hecaine an einancipator and an international citizen is the big thing in lite." ln closing' Mr. Scott said that instructors should not he curtailed in their einlvzivois to 'Find truth, no matter where it is to he found. even though it may disturh the present day heliefs. The commendable attitude taken by the audience together with the splendid program made this event one that will not soon he for- gotten. Mary Strese '26. Page Eight .1 q, .1 1. ia y' Te 5, vw v . Lua, be ,, Q, .Ark 1 - 1 l 9 ' l .y.. li N -i. V . ' V21 1 .3- . ' gf-4' ' ii 5- i if Will' QL. -I l .Jiang W' - We l X39 , 252: . X LVTJ' F " e F33 First How-G. NV. Gramnis, President: Lura C. Littler, A. G. Crowell. Seeoml Row-NV. -ll. Service. NV. A. Ol'rCl'C2l1'l'llJC'l'. UQ? M? Trustees The school has been Very prosperous this year, if prosperity is to be measured hy the action ol' the Trustees in their bettering the con- gf' ditions of the institution. Li, . . . . , . . Q-Kala The main thing.: accomplished was the completion ot the audi- ff., torium which is said to he rated among' the best in San Joaquin Valley. lt has a seating' capacity' of one thousand three hundred and twenty. The acoustics of the building' are excellent and the lip,'liting . . . V -ffl fixtures and curtains are admired hy everyone. ,ba An administration huildin,e', which will complete the main unit, is-umler construction at the present time. lt will have hesides offices 2431, and class rooms, a little theatre which is to he used for a drama class room. The huildings which are to he erected later will include a g'yll'lllilSl1llll, a music room, a cafeteria, and several work shops. At the present time the Board of Trustees is composed of Dr. Gr. gg? XV. Grannis, president, A. tl. Crowell, clerkg NV. R. Service, XV. A. Uv Oherkamper and Lura C. Littler. Many worthwhile tliings have been tiff accomplished during the year and we appreciate the efforts of these 155' five people in making this school term a successful one. - - - Mary Xvonne Strese '2b. V VH, tw Q ' Page Ni u e A31 WF! 'ffxl 1 TTY' X rf r.. I . - . . -.- ---. a., . .. . . - W.. .hr-:Y f- -N 1 f"i--'Y-f'fF!l 'L'-'Q -.-vw '-fivr, -f- ,,i1-vmivewkw--E aw- .f ,"'-151'-., ,, Five G 11-Jw'fwg,,'. im- -ev.: aj f""'l e.J 'F-.-rv ' r Y ,lr V -...wi-'l ..,v4jf-fb D 3-Bali ill!-wg? '-,1"-',i,j"JZ,-. WEN, . 'HH' ,giffyn liek?-.ie llllllg ' ff-fi ' o, ,. ., .., .K .U .4 A , , 5 - . ... - -- .,,,' ' ,f qg- v Fgagv -e. . gg -R rf. l T' 1 V. hi T" ff ff . 'I . 3Mf-3' .- f"1f"- 7- .1 -' v -' 1' - -- -f -- -W - f ,V -f' ' ' A sw . w ' Q Vis? Q'f"".'n '.- Y fp? 'Z s -Uhifw mf 1 i i- 1 K H, "':g,., ,-1 - ?,:i' ,H..1., ..4,f '.- 2 "' 1 ' -Q. xii? , . 7 AQ . I u I Q1 ,N . L c I cpl A gig! 2 ORS, lf'- -KET' e ODF 'u Q? fb.. '41 1 4, 1 ep.: ri f o iii? . Q -Q LKI? ppl 4955 ,. ELXQJE Irfdii lf ' - V ff? -' . 'sl f ' I J , Lg.. gill ,bfi-f' 0 new . ff .. ADSIT. GERTRUDE Is. NICHOLS, LEROY STALEY- J. C- U. A. ,tri mix. ALA. I, X U A Ynivcrsity of califm-nm. EQ. I .M Southwestern College, Un- gbmfo fl Joni? 'rgiiv English. versity of Southern Califor- ' 'A H . 8 " F'l'9Shl'l'l!ll'l "A" Adviser: W' nizi. A Drama Dukes Adviser: ,w Principal. ' D' ' Assistant Guardian Camp- Q me Girls. E29 ffowcxuw GRACE Dpi A BAA UHOCIQYVAY, IVIRS. DAISY 'if' l A- , "J . - - HA- 1" . . L.0Hel"? of. Pdcmc' Stan' Southwestern Universit:.', Hi- I on tord University. Sr I Q ,XI I l I ,QQ Og English. . .ln . ose .. 0117111 . i 2 Sophomore "A" Adviser. Amu lummduon' Pi QL ' J. Va-Wi C-REAGER, RUTH CRITSTERA LURA CUSHMAN, cmrriiannxufz I-sr. ca " ' Jn obs Music. Friends University. h fix?" .. , . Rockford Loiloge. fl De Pauro University. Drama, Oral. ??l1f.'IllSh. Home Economics' ln Oc, Freshman HB.. Adviser. Sophomoxe .A Adwosq-1. Freshman UA., Adviser: hge, 9 Pepper Adviser. , l Q U 45 DINSDALE, SOPHIA 1, MRI E FRED A 135' w J. . , . . , X U " - '1 fbnfc rf rn" BS' o-'Y Gonlxiixssgiesce al-listers. 'University of Iliinois. 'Flag 9 ' ' 'f ' ' - ' . 4 t' V, l F Junior Class Adviser. Physmdl Educa mn' rub . 0 ,ka 1. 1 QQ I , Page Ten -9 3 - .F A ' ,- .. f .. 4. ww- .mf . , - . 1- A rw' ' '4 - ' ' 'f' .'1f1"6"' 2,-wil' f lfefrvlai'-SGQISKRZQFFHAH sffiilii rss l EHICSON, LARS J. GOODE, BEATRICE GRAHAM ADELMDE B.S. ' Oregon Agricultural Col- University of California .UniverqityBAIE' Cqlifomia lege , . . I History N ,. French, Latin Manual 1'l'41Il1ll'lQ'. Meehan- Junior Class Aduser. Dun- , ,, ,, ,. . . . , . 1'reshman I3 Adviser. ical Drawing. dy Lions Adviser. b GRANT, MARY BLAIR 13.3. University of California Shorthand, Spelling. HILL, SALLIE XVINONA, TS. A. IM. A. Uuivei-sily of Illinois. 'Un niversity of California, Civics, Economics, Pub- lic Speaking Sophomore "A" Adviser. Debating Coach, Girl Re- serve Adviser. Alert Adviser. MCCULLAGT-l', RIRS. D. H ILS. University of California General Science, English HESTNVOOD, RUTH :UAL San Jose Teachers Col- lege, University of Culi- iornia. Biology Senior Class Adviser. MCGEE, LEONARD - HOHENTHAL. HELEN HS, B-A- Oregon Agricultural Col- University of California. lege History Manual Training, Machine Senior Class Adviser. Shop, Rifle Club Adviser. Junior Class Adviser. MITTEL, BERTI-IA Special Secondary Muniml and Fine Arts California School of Arts and Crafts Freehand Drawing Freshman "B" Adviser. Art Adviser for Alert. P lge Flex en wifyiill ri iii UQ. l A 1. -34' Q39 O1 ox, :fi 531 'il ,1 J 50 if 3,1 31 .gl .31 . ggi fi' 10' .3 U,- ill r X I I ,K l 'fl 2 2.55 iii l ei J dvi .iq sm-. l? l iii, ,iq - 21,5 Us V ,, 00? 5. ' . , z V Q ' lei ii ..,, 11 ,. 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Home ECOHORIICS, TYDIIUI- lfiiii ' wall lfiij 'A iii. . , . , , , 223.5 XVI-IIPNIDX, DOROTHY. PETERSON, DOHOTIGIY Z3 , , B'A' , , Graduate of T. U, H. 31, nj. University of CiLIlf0I'l'ilfl. ,23 Spanish, History .Al H t th P, . .I sg-:ii Sophomore UAH Advisor- ..ecir.t.u5 ,o e 11nc1p.i . fn : 'C-Aj: :TTT Ngfxjw Z . lf- f Awfwfff , -4 - , ,--. 7.5, in iff' f Page Twelve :Tiff irirll- -,.,vA-fm' 'V-v ...V1-V ---1--0 .Y '-rw: Kf-'flifZ"F5l'T'.f'.4-,zgv :Q "1 ,fl-QT -Huff 'T iffy' 1 ' Q1 1 ' .:' JI", ,. ' "'ilIlifeii3lil'ffifwflf'11 L K I ra:-i 'lap llllfi' fffim 1 fi wwf 'N 9' 6'-fn I 1 15 f ss v 1 uf n .., Q sam gaf f 4,42 . k wmv 'mfgwf A -6 QW 1 I s I : 1' 4 1 vwr' -AST. ml 1 if 1 Xb, HT'-rw: X I v X ff' mm-w fill, Rv 'f f I mme-: xg 1 f, .J 'mnwrma Q.:-1 , -U A :rl 1 'il . ls It - ., .. mr 1? EFT 6'5"? f Q 5 - . ,v-' f 'W H "V -fb' fi' f m e P4 w , Mi ,5 ,1 , aw nl 4' 1 " SMX' T 155 ' Q " fb! 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Ott, M. Sword, E. Sjogren. Second Row-NV. Fernzlurl-:s. D. Crane, A. Swenson, C. Stress. Associated Student Body The Student Body of 1926 has reported u stable jlillltllltdill con- dition and an exeelleut spirit oi' cooperation and good will among its offieials. Experience showed that by having each department repre- sented in the Exeeut.ive Couuuittee, these various branches of the sehoolfs activities and the Student Body could Cooperate more effici- ently. Our department system has operated successfully this year and has proved itself indispensable 'Ifrom every point of View. Last- year the c-onstitution was aiuendedi changing the price of Student Body tiekets. The new ticket priee included the regular privileges and a YGZIIJS subscription to the school publication. At the beginning of the school year the treasurer organized a campaign for the sale ol' uieiubership tiekets. 'l'his drivegresulted in an almost one hundred per cent student body meinbersliip and in a well filled treasury with which to begin the year's aetivities. Due to the in- creased sale of Student Body tickets, the unusually large gate re- ceipts at our athletic contests, and our econoiuie spending we have been able to meet all the year's obligations. ' At the beginning of the sr-hool term a merit system was put into Page Th l rleen l , , , ,. . ..A . - , f Him, , V- ,, . . -,V ,Y1-i, ---f j l f my 'Lg 1, 1. ligijhr ." C,,,"' 4,fg1:'L- ,- ln , l --.Ly-1s,r .,,1,.- w,yg,j fi-. 5-, ji' ' "V ,. 1 ' 'lm ' 1 .'p,.f 1 .-- iigfzlf -we -113'-'C:i:-.Q-"uf f-fa my v- .1,-L -im,-'Nri,2i'T1' Ai fwtzig-. 1:-'I iw'-i . '. w o so ' 4. - MV- iv, R -1 -K -.YYY f. Y -1,.,1.f1, 1,-.- 1 - . V.-1,11.. ' 11 1 1411 .1 ..2.,l1u1 1 1.1. . 4 , . .1 1 1 .1..1..1,,- 1 1 .1 ,1f .1 -zu-,-.' 111'1111'111i1111. 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Q 2.50 7171111111 meets -1-1.65 B11se11111l .... ................. ..... . . . 7.55 T11t111 1Z111'11i111s ............ 1153,-137.27 Expenditures ' 11.1111111111 11x1,11111se ...v......, ..,.. 226 731.00 Athletic' 111111i1111111111t 1,127.48 17111111111 11x1111111s11 .,.,..... . -10.70 fl-111111-31 Dew 11x11e11s11 ..... . 652.72 iDl'Zllllkl ex111111S11 ................ 27.48 1-11111111' Society GXIJGIISPT .... 0.35 Typing 1111111 ................. . -1.50 Sz1vi11g.5s AQ111. .. . . 600.00 fl'111f11 1EXIJ1411111tl1l'0S .................... 353,186.23 1311111111111 N115' 1111, 1920, S 301.04 2W111. l"L'l'I12lH11GS 1T1'1111s.1 i . Page 1?0lll'l04:tIl I , . , 1 1 W . , , 11 1 ,J I 1 1 1 1 . 1,111 - ,- . 1,11-L . .-:':1 - 1 11 1 1 . 1 - 1.4, 1 1 ,"1, , ., .- , g ,- ,1. . 1-A ,...1., Y , 1 1251 9' 1.fi,i:f ' r A G 3 1 i , if - 1 l7ii7....l if-1. ff','11'+, 6 TTI if? .. l .Q w f , ' "Wil--if .s ft 'rfTfF'Z,--gf' trfzf .fm-A. "' 4 1 - if ' fm, rift? iff ,gg ,I ' cl , 'gil A - I A - ' ,- VA? Y Y " -' -J i ffl 9 ii lil' bg?-2. , J , 53.9 l '. , 'li ,A . 5 1 lf'-,Nt my A X A liaffl i ltffl A 3. . ,M rl l . lrftrf: W j-' A 151-Q. tim ' vel l 'ii fl " . ' l W: i Ig, its , 1-1 l 'ffl ii : 11.2" L-3. 51 . mi iii! l l ll t :+L -Q 11" tlll - . 1, W - Vt--,,' nw ' ' , We Q37 li fffi P321 " l . 'E Elfltilli lo, ig.:-'? Q ' Liygrga fl-i ' 'lfxiu . -T' gr, . ,.,., . A -' 1- . , . '.' ' - .- 1 ',-. ..,.:1-f Q zf:-, - : lrgis il .YQ -ig' 3 - ' V,1-3,,g1fy5-ffj.,as-.gi-,5f1.s?7!lff1fgif-,f1'' 'limi' . .3 '-- ' P - -if V V I .all 'First Row-M. Slrese, Chief Justice, M. Sl'1lI'li1 H. Boies. Second ROW-G. Crowell, R. ljml Curkect, Absent 'from picture-A. Swenson, H. Smith, R. Allen. N4 lf? lf-.gi Student Body Court lm V533 ' Fei ln the year of 524, the eonstitution was revised providing for :1 lfi student jlulicfiziry. At this time it was doubted if such 21 depznftuielit eoulcl ever f1lI1Cll0ll Sl1C'COSSll'llllX. llowever, the Student Body Court, 21-fit 30 V . . . . fl I3 :wg as It exists this year, has ec-aseil to he an expernnent and has estah- gi ix, lisliecl itself ns an essential part ol' our stutleut governinent. iff? 'grffq . . . . . QQ 1. The giuriose ot the vourt is to irovule at means ot f'll6Ck111"' ,5.j,, ef I' FE small cfrnnes and llllSlll?lllGZll1OI'S eoninnttecl against the sehool oil' Pg, X eq . ' . . ii, " ,gf Student Boclv. The aeeused person is sunnnonetl, his ease is liezuwl. 52,51 egg . . , ' . . . u ja. '31, and JllIlg.L'lll011t is 1'e1ule1'eml. Any student accused has the i'1,f.g'l1t to ,M eil Drovicle for his defense in l'0lll'l. Before a sentence can he inlposecl 2 I on u guilty student, it must he z1p1.u'oYe4l hy the Prineipal. ln adch- '-WC . . . l ., . I . F r gf: L., tion to punislnng those C'0lllllllll1l1g' small C'l'llllQS, the court also acts yygki as an l1lt61'p1'QtGl' and upliolmlei' of the constitution. Q93 i ,' , '. - . . ' 1 The personnel ot this Yi-'3.1'7S court Was: Clnef Justice, Maynard ,Jimi , Y. V . - Y . s . - - " l Stark, Associates, Mary Strese, .lIu,Q,'l1 Roles, fllzulys Crowell and Ross Carkeetg Prosecuting' Attorney, .Xltrecl Swenson, Bailifff, Harolcl QW, fit Smitlig and Rita Allen, Clerk. ,ltd 1 'lvl-'f t'I:u'enc'e Ott l26. iflbl, Of' lf:.?Jl vi. ki dill fifjfl 'Lag ,w . l iff Page Fifteen x A if -1 -,,.,, U L,,.-V, .. .l.,e-Mil is W. - tim L ff If J F' 1'-'7' HW' EIT' imwrg Lf?-41 41' r fi W Fil I X. ii1"'l:"ffZcffr-nf' fffifai-fi ie- + D "Q G4 uf' o.f1'-evtf?T11'f-f'ff.fifi':"fffIrx lwffllgrmgiffQ:g2f--jttflf?g4fgQffE " 1-,igga 3 . .A ki 1. -7-XY.--f....,, --, ,, f...- .-,.' -v Y.. 3 -f .Q J . ww 13354 'Q-. 1 .. ,' 1.7, .Ap - -'f- -ff - i T671 QL, '- ' 5' : - ' -. F.. ., f f' . Y 4I'9'-fu Y f4:.-fffiQ1Lm-i . Him. ."Qf1i'LL'lE'H1-'Li L. iq? ' I, 1 'ff1.fQQn1fi1i1L':735if-il:Fifi.. ' iglfiw . .N ix . X ..-fd - 4 - -- --List I1 :- 7 l jx 5 'Ji Wim aa. : Vlif - WIA Wg. i i IN 1 'WL' .ffil Q55 143,115 F11 , L03 ails. ,.,r fi , , rff'Q':Z1 23192 Za' l'Ur.1 ' jf 1:-xg. an . f .E .5 .I fgjfllli 2135 ..i 'W A' i 51511 W 31 L3 'O ' 255252 IW- f ,,. 1' ig A' 'Ng ' fig.. . gs 1153.3 . ,-sl 1 WQQLE1, IFE? :qw LN Hi . gl 1 V 1, U h 'F-'IIN iii-fi-fx ifzirf-.1 'gg 7h"i:l' W T . 'iff' ml 45. U42 i 55' 'v3i3'1 Q i' F312 -if gfiv 4,151 .V ff 5? Cy, ii ': I , I1 . ,F . . K E, 43:45 i Ugg! 161, J L 'avg' i 5:11 :HW -' " ' 0' vc, .9- i ffl I ii!!! Ying. 593 iz i W Mx 4.25.1 59,73 IW' 21 Pl J' Urfh First Row-V. Needham, Editor: M. Sxvurcl, D. Crane. NV. Delbon. -my . . . , ju ffgxnj Second Row-H. WVestbe1'g'. L. Yugo, D. vV1l'll'lE'I', E. Hallstone. Lk! Third Row-E. Lee-dom, C. Kmltsen, M. Stress, J. Kimzey. 3313 ',fi,:1.4 Fourth Row-V. Needham, H. Keiib, 31. Siem, R. Libby. J 5 , . L91 ' K, Gbii . 1 J73. Qi. I' -f. E5 .W Q Page Sixteeii-vu-Igig n 'Y-i" rf,-. Ak-5,1-1 -' 'ug-g::.ff igTf::- j-lr Qc-jp-,bu ir L, .'::wr4.fj,.11fj."A2"'T"p'Fv-jig 'x wi5:"l', l,lT:"'f-3,171 P.?'fIfS,fQj,,'f'v':-- Y 1: X E-.HW gislfgfisfwgz iw:-41M 'igLi9Hf:-'iiimifilifbiigr Q 'ibhpfwl- V Tb.- 'VIOLETI' NE EDH AM ..... lXflfAR.lt Jllil E SXVAREIJ .... . Alert Staff ......Editor in Chief' ......Assistant Editor DICK CRANE ,,,,,,,,,.,,.,, WYALIDEN IDELBON .... r A...... ..,, HELEN WESTBERU... ' LILY YUGE ...........,........ . .... DORIYITIWI EY NNHRTN E l I EVE R ETT l'lALLS'l'ON EMMA LEEDOME ........,, . l E CAROl ll N E KN UTSEN ....... ' "r M All X ST IZESE ................. .TACK Kl M ZEY ..,....,.... VELM A, NEEDHEAM ..... HELEN KEfl'l'H ......,.. MA lit I A RET Sl EM ,.... ROBLEY IJIBBY ...., . MARIAN SENTER .... . A ssistant Business Manager Business Manager .,..,Art Editors .......Senior Editor Organizations ....--....-.......XCtlVllIlGS ...Jieneral 'Reporter ......'Boy's Athletics .....tiirl's Athletics ....-........-.,...Snaps .-...-.-lokes ...fllypist ...-.Typist 'llhe Alert Stalil' this year has tried to make an annual distinctly representative of our own Turlock Hi. Upon entering into this task we found it of great depth and responsibility, hut in arranging and bringing ahout new ideas we have tried to please the majority of our readers. .A few of the c-lianges in this 1926 Alert are: Colored Division- Pages, a Border, and a numher of Sketehes of huildings which with- in the next few years will disappear. t'li'he main idea that we have tried to carry out is uni'l'ormity. - A very elever c'ainpaig'n was put over in the sale of Alerts hy our Business Manafrer. A Handsome Man Contest ,won hy Joe F3 7 Oflurieu and an Auto Race won hy the Junior Class were two things which created inueh enthusiasm. 'l'he uumher ot copies printed this year totaled five hundrem l. The credit for all the designs and a great many ideas in the hook is due Miss Mittel Art Adivser' assisted hv the Art Editors. The 7 7 V' . ' written Material was ahly supervised hy Miss H1 ll. NVQ take this opportunity to thank Miss Mittel, Miss Hill, the English teaehers and all others, who have aided us in making' this Zllllllltll il SUCCQSS. Violet Needham '26 Page Seventeen ,nni.,.y5,-.giJ,5iu,.-Wm, H, . -, ,AM .-, .T ,Jw .wif - Q Al J A w- "Hg ' :- " --- ' 'lib-if, 'L'121f, 'ff 'A -'Q an-'-H 1 M 515,55 sftnu,-in' f-'fr Qt J: YW! JE: i , . ,-I. ei Wil.. fr f F' . gig, .fo-. ...fig .wr .--. ,Q , 1. , .1 . . . . V .C V .Z ..1 .if I frail ,YY rflffv 5:22 . .1 wil: WEE N Ll- jj l' 5.2 ' -it 1 35 li Q in W . 1 l J- . ,Lf if fri . ,.,., .2 bl 'fn ,Liga 'tv I ' "NY ll' LN .-,l E53 ,.- . 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Because of retardation, acceleration, transfer, etc., only ninety of this number received diplomas at the Comeneenient, June eleventh, nineteen twenty six. During the past year the Senior Class has been extremely active under the guidanceof Miss lslestwood, Miss Hohenthal and Miss Smith. Many things have been accomplished in every line of endeavor. First, establishing a new custom, the Seniors gave an informal reception for the Faculty and the Juniors. This came around Hallo- e'en and the entertainment and refreshments carried out that theme. On December fifth our class presented t'The Goose Hangs High". Enough money was taken in from it to provide for the financial bus- iness of the class for the year. After all financial obligations had been met a balance of over two hundred dollars remained. Hfllobo Day" proved to be exactly what its name indicates. All of the hoboes, the flappers, the bad boys, the babies, and the old wo- men came forth in their festive regalia and reigned supreme. At noon the Peppers served a "two-bit" luncheon for us in Den- air Park. After luncheon we gave a vaudeville show for the Student Body. lt consisted of a selection by a town orchestra, a Bow NVow tumbling and initiation stunt and several take-offs on the faculty. At the close ot' the program Olga Nelson and Charles Fernandes were, bv popular vote, declared the most typical hoboes. When it came to selecting a gift for the school, a committee was appointed to meet with the Board of 'Frustees to get suggestions. Recognizing the fact that this wasa gift from which nearly every one in school would derive some benefit, we gave the Board two hundrecl dollars to be used in paying for two tennis courts. Our class numerals have been put in one of the courts. The .'l'unior-Senior Banquet came next and gave us a chance to show off our new clothes as well as our new dates. It was trulv an enjoyable affair and we compliment the Juniors as hosts. Baccelaureate was held in the High School auditorium on Sunday' June 11, with Rev. Eastman preaching the sermon. Comencement night with Caroline Knutsen as Yaledictorian and Rita Allen as Salutatorian. ended the career of the class of Twenty- six, the first class to be able to do all four years work in the new high school buildings. ' Page Nineteen P I 1 ,e me ,lem e f ,- r. iii' 1 1 57-79 ,.-:,.""h'TZi,T rj, l -QP-E I if-.,?"Ef1:7f7' ?i"T' 9' 3 'ai " :?.".j,ffn1N"i ,113 E- r Q ' l g .- flfmffiz 4-,V '- A' gf: Q23 all 'MQ '.-' vig J. -ti ii? QE? '23 ,ga LA? LL"'.j b 1 ,. C 1 c-.gl Mk' Hifi -52: 45.55 hi ygfjlaf if-54' l , ' 1 "N f. hz -lj "3" Q31 Cd lx P44 Fa 105' no ,N R' in 1 -- t-'H 3:9 , ' 'Q ' 'lfflf - , LL. wg gg! 5. ' ' - Q3 :Ai YXQEL lkfl V' f 'ufdi iii EY! '21 'Q' ROBLEY LIBBY "BOB" ,if fij '-sits ,the wind in that gig 581 coi'ne1'."' , 'f' lip! Melones, California. XVM. XVALTEHS "BILL" Eg, N' Class President '24, '26: "I'll admit l'm perfect." ' L Bows VVows '26: Junior London. England. , C321 Play '253 Senior Play '26: Business Mamiger of Hon- Egg Li Yell Leader '24: Class "B" ey-Dew '2G: '1'rn.ck '25, '26. ' Q, , msiwrmux '24, '25, '26: QM' 'Frack nlllllilgtil' '26: Alcrii snuff '2G. 'if V i 'l N? CPS? l 'ggi MARY YVONNE STRESE Q, WDW? 'YI love to Wind my Y , , Q H ' U U' A- lomrue KID. and 1' love to Blfflff lU1-MAME 3JnfL ,A 9 ' OV! hem, it gn-H QTI5 hqullte ann .-ulx-.u1t.1ngl, dl!! 02,03 Kenosha, NVisc0nsin. 'O W an Soxflef . Q .4 Q l . Peppers ,25' ,26: Girl Re- Paso Robles. Cqllf0llllj1 ,' . H Serves -23' .24, 26: Press Honor Scholarship Society dx, 02 Cum 'zsz Drama Cum '25, fone f1U'11'te1'?i Class Pfesi' 'J 1 I '26: Debate Club '23: Glen: gent '28 blfg-5 Vzfglllgel ,H cum '24, '25, '26: La:-no mm? - U I J " F51 fel 0, Anegm ,26: Operetta .23' Clul? 25, SD?l'llSh Club 25. f ,25' .265 Junior may .25: .Iumor Play 25: Senior Hay 5 6 A Senior Play .26: Honey 26: Chrlstmas Pageant ' 26. :cl 9 Dew Staff '26: :Alert Staff l X '23, '2-l, '25, '26: Track '23. K" 6 ,om w U , 'f 114. 02 ,L . log. , :T TW 0? . T., ga c- " Af, A Page Twcniy M A ' AL . - .A vw, M -1, ', '- -l,,4W1'1v:' w . 11f:1Ti'QfaE'T -""" V ' " IfI"1I'fY?9fFW9"'ff"4 Ywxknh "gal I-' 1' ' iw, I' ,l I ,,, .----1 c rl' ' ..h. Y . .4--H -4 fi -e lr , L-V, nv ,-+ - --i--M- ,-, ,-,ll . ,- ' 1- V I " -M -l-.Tcl ,I ' ff J 5 ' 'If . lg f ff 2'-Wx "?7,.',,, ' Fx.f'g., 1Wf.2w,'F f'- Ffihna ff , I I .e"'. l iff! 5 2 J J fy l ,T l2",': - , 1 lfffli . Eflil V? l ljmz up kwa ISE? ' 331103 Ki , Wiki , l , lr Q l 5651 r ll 1,52 l Wiz.- ,Ep l omg laff' ' X " l bg - ' I l lag K l og - 5 lv' P Ilya? 1 l A Q l lv, , L ,. :JV N 1: W lov ' '91, , - ,Q DDQ. D - RITA ALLEN 5-1 JOHN ADAMS ' v I "Part to work, part to ov UAH the good men die LLIO A1xLLIAk CARUSO lilayt' thus, I pass the weary Yonnf-Z. and Fm not feeling 'He WHS born fo 'Jeg1'eM' Ing' d A t N, h nm so wen myseu--H no common ma-in was he." ' an Pom f '54 0' J oo Vancouver, Czmuda. Fresno, Californizi. T1'ansf'31'l'ed from H'-mt' W 'T i Drama. Club '25g Class French Club '24: Hi-Y '24 ilwftvfl Fark 'fills HOUPI' 'cy' "B" 'Basketball '24, '25, '26, lute:-class 'Franck '25, SCHOIZI-1'ShlD Soc1etyg Girl ,QV Reserves '24, '25, '26, Short- 'j' hand Team '23. 3? 5' f'.f Vo? HA LD ANDERSON - KV, ' 1 "ANDY" . ELMER ANDERSON "AL" ob ' n Comes only ziftcl' "A little nonsense now ull: 9 doa' ." ' :md then is relished by the 'fl"' l Dov ily, New Jersey. wisest men." U0 Trans ,cl from L o s Sun Francisco, California.. 1, 05,5 9 Angeles ' : Football '24: Footlmll '24, '25. rl 2 'I'l'IlC'k '22, '23, '24, '26. . Q 1' Q1 231 -2 -. , , . . . . ,, w , ,. . . ' A VIOLA ANDERSON I1ALPH 'l,l3ARI3?VK ORTTI L1 llllu VIQIJOOLIQIFST ilgql '-i ,,DIMPLES,, LIDDX ELTAA JANE 0 Ei a-5 ,, . "l laugh at the world "Tis the quiet people that 'ff A compound of impor- A H -. , 5 - tl , ,, :md the world laughs :xl do the work. ,, ., 9 ,, ance and fun. ,, ' . . ,fn 9 Bmokfome Idaho me. , Tuilock, California. ll Q ' ' Albany, lflinois. Twuzli '23, '24. L 1 cg n 'pw - 4 ,gf EQ ' Qs Page Twenty-one 9 1 ' A. ' A ef . Y . l .. ,. - ill?" .V , -.-- ff 1 2 --1 f N-f, 'fm'-l - ll l .l ow -gl , I -4 ,l 3, .','s'.', , ' .i .. l. - X A . .-..,, Q Y-V---. -'X --1 --nf..----f' ' Q .. 3- L'.': -f- l- ' f- , - Y - . ,,. , , QV y R ' "lk ' if""" ' ""'U"L1.'..l"il'wf " ' i , J?fi15Q.'ff.tQ-Lslii-f.' -QQ .f.QC1l...:!f4.ef x E'---,Lf x X . N '2- xj N. , O' 'Civ . x. , K, X A .Qilx ,J v LEON BRIER "I tell you, they neefl more men like me." Turlock, California Spanish Club '25: Junior ljlziy' '25, CL.lN'1'ON CARLSON "CI,.lNT" "To make the world :1 friendly place, you must present' a friendly face." Turloek, California. Honor Svholarship Society il GRACE CARLSON "li take no pleasure in riolous living." ' Turlock. California. Spanish Club '25: Dralnm Club '25: Girl Reserves '2l. ,.,- iseven -qnarlvrsl: Spanish ..:a. Club '25, Hi-Y '2l3. OLIVE CPIARTERS "My snappy eyes display MARTHA my lively grace." CHRISTOFFERSON Capay, California. "lf she ever knew an Transferred from XVoorl- evil thought. She never land, California. spoke an evil word." Honor Scholarship Society Minden. Nebraska. '24, '25g Spanish,Club '25, Track 'i'3, '25. '26, Basketball '23 JOYCE CROYVELL HS' , -, ., ilence is mon eloquent XVALDEN A DELUON HUGH COOPER "Better late than never." Transferred from Briggs, California '24. - ,,-. W -.ll .V ,- -,, than words." Turlock, California. Honor Scholarship Society '25: Peppers '25, Girl Re- serves '24, '25, '26: Drama Club '25: Spanish Club '25, '26: Press Cluh '26: Honey Dew Staff '2ll. -f-1 142--i,a'5m -l-- Af- f is . ,.'-. .qv ...'-1f.l"q.-fw-.- W ., , 1-,-g,.5'-':'-f'f',f.1 EL' O?--ii' E J'i'f'Tl,'.f,"if53iFl l 'ellie ' be "XVALLY" "Not afraid oi' work hut not in sympathy with it." Los Ane:e'es. California. Alert Staff '26: Class "D" Busketliall '21, '25. Page Twen ty- t xi 1 I , J ,,. 'o f -Qi' 4 f . 'QQ W., Ll mf- re: mr. 1-EF! J-gi. . ,-J 5 v F," 7.1.4 Sgr .ZF l N 212 2 flf I . L3 , 'lf-9 l 3 E: V21 ii: "lf Ll S Q' 5 f 0351? 5.1. fl X WW 1,7 .TN QQ 'L yer P' 4 . xg' Gi -5. ij' . ' - QF .3 .U iii . Li?-ft -' '55 , 1-1 E551 V59 l . '. wif?- lll 'J' f, 1 ic: - . Fx.- .4 kg 'E' if ip. . . egg ' P-. I L ' X 5.4, 12' 'dig .,. 'fix .rv , l A iq' ' L! 1 Tliil ll,-+L I 55' T42- 3. :ff TT' nj dl 35, 'lf T5 . at 2 fit". ,At Q A . ZR 2 l ' D 6 C1179 , 19 4 lol' 'psp l 31251 2 -J I 09:2 Iwi iii? Y Q1 EA , ggi f- f 35 l . Jill LQ .' 51.53 , t .ff .jf sf J frm - LP' - ff .-- 1 2,4,j'Q11i,jYf4.i'1I' .u :jj 91-31, rfg,:5w"'1f.f'jf ,fwfji fill' .Ml -'ff milf!-nf ffnlf 421335, 'ws'- S b. , v..- A 111-En, RAYINIOND DXVYER "HAY" "I-Ie has been fbux' years in sQ:.u'ch of knowledge, but it has been an hopeiles-s chase." Butte. lllontunn. " Class "li" Bzlskvllmll '2-1. '25. IRIGNE ERICKSON "ln l1lEl,f.1t'l'S not what we assume to be, yrood or bad: but we :ire what we are." Mi lls City, Oregon TL-unis '21, 26. C T-IAIRLIQS FERNAN DES' "CHUCK" "Her hath heard that mon of few words are best." 'flll'l.0f'k, Czllifornin.. Largo Allegro '25, '26: Operelta '26: Rifle Club '26: Truck '2-1, '25, '26. ' 1...-wig., Y -f. ' Y CHARLOTTE EASTLJ "Determination is FL gl'f?fl. usseif' Lindsay. Cz1lil'oi'ni:1. Executive Committee' 26: Honor SCh0li1I'Sl'llD Society fsix quurtersjg French Club '25, '2ll: Spnuisli Club '25C llrzmiu. Club '25: Press Club '2G: Debate Club '25: Lurfro Allegro '25, 'I?.6: 0l'ChQSl,l'3, '24, '25: Girl Reserves '21, '25, '2fi: Honey Dew Stall' '26: lDelmling Team '24, '25 '26:: Oratorical Contest '25: Extempm-uneous S p eu k i n Contest' 26. XY l LLIANI FERNAN DES "VV1LLlE" "Nothing is impossible to 11 willinp: heart." Turlock. Czilifornia. Honor Scholarship Soc-inty lone quarterlg Lax-go Alle- gro '26: Orchestra '25, '2'i: Junior Play '25: Delmtimsj Team '25, S. E. Tre-usurer '26 FRANCIS ERDMA N "FRI'lfZ" "Happy I um, from care I um free, why aren't the rcs contented'like me." ers '26, Senior Play 'ZF ' ll THE , -ALL1s "Broad clo thout, and Et warm hear -, 'ithinf' Spokane. WVa,.' ington. q'1'1ll'1Sf01'K'0d Trochu, Alberta, Canada 24: Honor Scholarship Societ33'2-if '25, '26. EVE MAE EASTMAN "I um a maid who alwaiys Iris a. smile." Sacramento, Czilifornia, Page Twen ty-three I-' -rx "Tig--ff-Tru-vq"" f ' ' ,TT-gg 1 -zu,-f. :uri -' fy-'fl J "W ,tm -' -1'Qfl'.f'4:2'fl1'?'lt,?4L!,f1?i"'rlQLVf"i1'1llllT"f"l,1,,1-.-:-Irv--4' My 2 Y:-lin ' ,111-Y-' Q ,N . V 1 w . , "cr, l 'Q li", 1' ,i wif- ? Qi f -'al vfl A ,ill jffja Tl ul LLL! kg1.l 631 xfuhyl g M.. x lil -"cl I ? E35 Q, :H R' -l l atv an l l E13 if ffir lm K 1 gift lf? ,, a tiff X 243 1: bil ,cl l l 'FE' lf I' ta, lg, . ll , l 'ill 4 N. I ,X ' ,U 1 5 l : F , l 'j1TQ'1f1i:-"- fr-l fu 4 .1 .l.,r.f':f7E 53-5 , f- -I - - ., .. , , , -5 " Lv. i ' K s Us . 4 ll 'J , . fly 'lil ,VJ QL ,i.j.e All ll A Q - Q ' fx, fc' ,fig X g.u l lx 1, lxf Qilj , .N l vu' l 'xi - 106-50 1 I ' 'ff Jw' . ':-,gl Y 1 ,qpafflyl 1 2,1 "5'- .ill ll l l in I, l ,-1.57, 2' I xH A fill 1 fl l .. - , mga ff, C H Q f' l I f"' 'N 1 Ni, . , ,. Y, . Ehl- l ' 5-ll 1-51 5 GW? 5 3 1 wf' ' fm? . .W Ll all - P532 N f fifxzl pl f 'Q QQ , 2, R,wn1oND FOSUERG 5511 'W URAY.. .rj-1, ' EUGENE GASTON alll pf "1-'usl1, don't knock." ,ww qober 'iq 1 .ud e ii L' 34,11 Spokane. YVushington. ORLANDO GARNER he 1 K " ' ' ' ' J g 'B fl Q .I-lonor Scholurshlp Society v"1ElIl's well that ends fuvcmme' California' Qu elvf? H 'qufl l 61-55 . Dellatff xx ell. b U U Drama Club ,26: Christ- rx I c,,l:Lll.lr ltzelmch fflub 26, Sam Lernzwdmo, Callf. mas Pageant lim: Truck -23' H1-X' Za. 20: Rxfle Fllub ,2-L .25 J: I President '2ll: Chemmstry gay' ll Contest. '25, fix! il - ' l 9 3,2 DONN ILL AN "D NI" , - V 3 1 " 4 3 ., ' M 'A G I U . ol HEMUETTA GOMEZ BNI RETll f1,xf.LsT0Nr' K4 V "lar-lght headed msxde and HETTA.. . Al-IE . I ,Ll out. . l ' .Blessed with plain ren, "A fu.: for care. a fng for 'mn Chlppewfl' Wvlscfmslfl' 1 I son and 1-ommon sense." Woe' if I 011111 PHY- I Calf' Ei! 1 l-Ionor SCl1OY3,l'ShlD' ?0Cl'Bl?' R-,mum Grove' Cam-omin. owe. . VIL 2b: 'French Clgbi 20. 21,2 Honor Scholarship Som- lfurlockl -Czulillornia. Egg: I 1 SDBIIISI1 Club 2n: D1'um:1 Qty: Spanish Club: Drama Bow Wows Zn. 26: Drama 551: 56,5 Club '25, '26g Debate Clllib Club ,25: volley Igull -25: Club '25: Press Club '26: ffl A '2-ll. '25s 01'chest1-H Q '2-1. '2o: 'rl-ack '23, 'aku Bnselmll '23, 0"f'hQSl"f1 '252 Alert Staff 'Z ,J 1" Opercttzl. '24: .Tumor Play 'fn H15 '2Gg Basketball '24, '25', '26g fl' '25, ' - ' l Truck '25, '26. 'A lil DEIATA HAXVK ij, ld. JULIUS HANREICH "BROWN EYESH' '51 "BOOK-S' "Not so cruiel' as her name L2 Q' "School is school :md l might indicate." Sh must attend." F-.1c1'ulne11to, Cnliforxmiu. PT-:li li, ANSI' l'iz'l. Spanish Cl uh '25 : Dr:-mum 2 kg Club '26, ,El -1 lf ' 'I ' Lf. ,fl-1 L-'31 'H ' Pagre Twenty-four l Kflm 2512, ,NV mn iff? . .,,m,,- .M ...M , ,W NI, A , H -. I. '- ,Wm A .- .... Q V -l.,,- -' , 45,1 f l g,,,, 1 Ig. :Aj F , : ' 5'lS'1fi'Q1ffWeiLEfT1lLf1 "TtV:t?'l l'7':mi "Illl'ki'T'iTA Q W 'V "Sim v Wm wmliinfe N ,f 'Mfw 5-TEL 1.9-L C l in 13151 . sa if gil L' -1 QSC: E. 550. lx-5' rip!! 30. l Ll: ' fs' FI' . lil J Q Qc V C, le.. VERLE JONES 'Qi Q ELSIE JOHNSON Dune not trust. those l "-'OHNNYN 'xiii' .floyd ?2ZZ'?miF .ffl-E' If "Giggles giggle. all the ggqen 1 H1 sq 32::'..,glggle umm we an Modesto, California. C .' . . French Club '26' Drama 'MJ' h " .. ii ' ' I C lcuso' Inmols Club '25, '26: Debating' RZ' 1. Team '24, '25, Operetta '26. 1, Al- -ag, Fr, JACK KIMZEY 4 HELEN KEITH "A little nonsense now 5 "She's pretty to wall: and then is relished by the , , , , ., ,, , -,, EP, W ' PERB IxIRIxEb KIRK L withg witty to talk with, best of men." ,I would this Vere ovelga l t fl and nice to think about." Rocky Ford, Colorado. rm tiredn V K fd" lbs Palo Alto, California.. Bow Wows '26, Drama Cordell 'oklahomq 4,05 l o I-Ionor Scholarship Soni- Club '25, '26: Spanish Club T 'lnqfgrred frorll' Cath- u ' 1. etgz: Peppers '26: Girl Re- '25: Junior Play '25: Senior huizt 'XVqqh.n rm L Ji W0 serves '24, '25, '2G: Lair- Play '26q Alert Staff 'zm 'FG Q,,,,,f'-21 f725n' iq' l go Allegro -'25, 'zsg .Merc mock T society '25, 'zm 0 'Q ' " l, f 'Y St11ff'26: Drama Club '25, '26. lfootbzill '2-l, '25, '26: Bas- lag' Ii. ketlaall '24, '25, Captain '25. Q CAROLINE KNUTSEN , 4 4 . , A , H r . A ' . ' --CAROL" NORVAL KNUTSEN DP DRXPARQON XERN qi I 5 , , ,, , Her voice was ever soft. Q9 vo "I-Iere's a student we ll 'With grzlcelul steps he Y I v 1 l 1 A ', 5 4 . E . gentle, .ind lou, an excell- -I , 1 hate to loose and not fi Sllldeb the stzeet and smiles 0 . Y , Y , ,, l.- . , ,, ,, A . ,, nt thine in a uonmn. 'ill Q junior can till her shoes. at all the maidens sweet. K. . my 5, . . , . . ingsbnrg, Culifornla 4 Q Turlock, California. Turlock, California. T , W ,. ., , , , , ransferxed from Iunfzs- , Honor Scholarship Society Orchestra 24. 25: THICK , , , - , . 1 l V, , , , , , blllg' 24, Girl Reseives 2-l Q QP 23' '24' 25' 26: Spamsh 25' lm-nch Club '24s W P Cum '26, Alert staff 'zG. A ' l ' E, 4 R EJ Page Twenty-five ' I ff . . . . '.- -s - ,f , .. " , ..- ,1-AE" "'4"' T AT .. .r r - Q? W RP .l M A ,WNY ,N KY ,J XV, H Y Ax Y A4 f bv- - . ,-, J ,Hr : I 1: .Iv 27Qi6P?fHw'Tfwai2? vii' fig i x ll l.L,,-,,x.l.l1 V wi A 1- "W r f.. M L. vm ' 4 ga 'XQL glL':4LL'iE'hi 5--53" W I -,,.,,3 -,,4:'4Lc . ,. 'L J kia in EJ, C11 Q55 , ,552-H xv ' , Q5 if gif: N, uf f . Q .fi-4' ' ' fu A 5- Lanl 511, gi. 11 1 I f ,. -L 15 , fd-"L "1 23. l ffl? "1" I I 'A f , , .- ln' I. If L iii, H U A 55,1 .lv J il:-:-f 1 A Q 3 ff it - I , I J 'if 3' 1.53 E' foligl ffl I , 'fail fzgj' if ' Y: T., ffgj' I 1 , P I ,if-. - k LL? E I off'-'Y cg I1 f - 'Qi--A Ry:- IY1 3 gt: ' I 155' If L61 5' W. 1'g uf, L,-.Q ,gi-1 I-I Ronxmy LILLYQUIST ,531 HAROLD LARSON ev xr I ner ,, ' '-LILLY" 551, "iii "LARKY" L J. ' . . "Man is made to adore ' "Q 'psig ,, o , Delhi, C!1.llf0l'lll21.. ,, -05, I nm because I think I , - J . , and fo obey. 'H . Peppers 2:1 1 resident 26: . , v f .jug-l am, I can because I thmk . , . , , Albert Cnty, Ion a. 5.. us- I c-in " Gm Reserves 23' 24' 25' Footlmll' '25 '2fs- Imskew- l IlIin.nenpolis Minnesota 126' Dranm Club '24' ,25' hall Traek 41 I PQI ' ' Senior Play '2G: Track '23, ,26 ' fir, '21, '26, Alert Staff '2c. ' We X '14-gl WI' ki. rig , , 7 . V 'T 'KATU' LITTLE ESTELLA MAY LONG if "NViLh humor and wit, --STELLA-' K ' I and a lively tongue, my , , Beware 0 1. :L iq H-In I t Mi, blue eyes sparkle in every most 1 beware of me i, L ', 'lu I ,, 'Q . , 4 , task pegun' . . Livingston, California. ITM Ei Clovis' Cahforma' Transferred from Hilmar if I 114 Transferred from Hilm:-rr ,23 '24: Senior Play '26. ' 5? VT., ,. Nl F56 LEO NA NIAXVVE LL ff.: , I .D ' XNT INIARTIJ " " HONEY" "L, fn SELMA LUNDEL1. U E' L N AL , USALLIEU "The worst fault you have "Fl11't and the world A IJ" dh . is to be in love." flirts with you, love and TNF' I .-XVhen HI am alone, I m Morgan' Utah. you love ahmeln LQ Ogfmimi C' 1.1. .I Peppers '26: Dranla Clulv Bicknell, California. vga? ul Oc ' 'dl Omm' '25, '26. Transferred from Excel- 124 Ai sior '26: Peppers '26. il' , - -U, Eg' . FH Page Twenty-sux , Zia Lg E-5' . ,- ' R311 ff WP' C32-"1 II " fL,.s","l-' Fifa' 31874. "1 5"'mm l 'W ".fIW"1."w---'fUl'F 2-"-"ffl I, "Jil I-1:0 5' 'X Kill! 535 'aff - "'f FH: ilk? 1 2951 ,Elf 1 v KITTIE MITTEL "Tall and stately, with a studious mind, 1 ply myself? at what ere I find." Verd i, Neva da. Drama. Club '26, VIOLET NEEDI-IAM "VI" "II Lo her share some fe- male errors fall, list to her volce and you'll forgive them all." Corvallis, Oregon. Peppers '26g Girl Reserves '23, President '21, '25, 'fziiz Drama Club '25, '26: Span- ish Cluh '25: Press Clulm Delegate '26, Junior Play '25: Senior Play '2G: Honey Dew Staff '26: Alert Staff '25: Editor '26, SAMUEL F. NELSON "A dwarf in stature but 11. giant in mind." Turlock. California. Spanish Club '25, '26p De- liate Cluln '25. ggi lonnplgxjmf jg Turlock. Football Class "B' GEORGE NEEL "So serene and quiet is he. we know not what to say." Newlrerg, Oregon. Executive Committee '25g Allllelic Manager '25: Dow NVows '2-l, '25, '2G. LANGDON NEVVQUIST "FAT" 'AA tame tongue is :1 rare bird." Essex, Iowa. Football '2-l, '25. - F - r- LAVVRENCE MOUERG "MOLLY" "XVere silence golden, Fd he a, millionaire." California. '25: Iiasketlaull ' '26, OLGA NELSON "OLE" "1'cl like to fuss but real- ly I haven'l time." Albert City, Iowa. Transferred from Fresno '2-l: Honor Scholarship So- siety fsix quarterslz Drama Club '2fi: Glee Clulm '2l, '25: Operetfa '25. MABEL NORDEEN "I am all the daughters of my father's house and -lll the brothers too." Turlock, California. Track '23: Baseball '22. Page Twenty-seven QFLW i l'll"liiJ 5 WE ' I ly., fi-Lf" N .E MTH' I ffl 'Fifi in '-THVHil-..f.- i mi Qu 1:"1JM'K,.L,5 fig -nligiie 'L-.gift . V , 1 i . f I 5,51 1 32' if l X125 :MT if-t .9 ik P 99 -,-'l ir'. ew., QV tiki 3-2 lei .55 ,Iii 2? .lf if-5 ,E+ ie 3.2. V2 .. ,J S, gm , 1 - ,,..,.ll.lWw.,.m l. 1, . ,,,, . . Af GRACE OCKEN "BlLLIE" MARY ODISHO "MOLLY" YTRGIL OLSON "Life is less than nothing "A quiet little maid with "DUOFOLD" WH without love." many friends." "As stubborn as ye old 8' Mountain View. California. Persia. time mule." 6 Peppers '25, '2!i: Drama Honor Scholarship Society Turlock, California. H Club '25, '2G: Glee Club '23, '25g French Club' 25. Executive Committee '23. fig '24, '25, '26: Operetta '21-. 'Vi '25, 26: Junior Play '25: ' Q gtg Christnms I"a.g'eant' 26: Hon- AQ' vi ev Dew Stuff '26: Track Qi ' '23, '24, '25, ft Sf' FRED PAULSEN CLARENCE PEARSON , 1 CLARENCE J, OTT HOTT" UBROXVNIE "A ladies man by nature." ' l 'gs "He awoke one morning -lvgiim liiaith much and Stuart Colwasv. Iowa. og and found himself famous." S' . ' . . Rlfle Club 263 Football :FQ Los Angeles, California. '26 fy. Greeley. Colorado. Trlwk ,26 - ' Honor Scholarship Society ' ' ' Vai 99 lfour quartersl: Student AQ j Body President '26: Execu- 6 tive Committee '26: Junior incl Class President '25: Mann- il! 5.1 n 5 09 .37 ' 5 ger Class Plays '25, '26: Manager of Christmas Page- ant '26: Bow Vilows '26g Science Club '23: Drama Club '25: Debate Club '24, 25' Debating Team 25 26' T 'Lck 23 A4 2'. ROY PURDIN 'TOOKUMS' "God bless the man who first invented sleep." Tocumcari. New Mexico. Bow W'ows '24, '25, '26: Bwsketlnall 23. 24 2 - 'lennis 24 . FRANCES RUSSEL "FRITZ" "A friend tried and true." San Francisco, California. Honor Scholarship Society 2 ' D1"1ma. Club '25' Typ-A ing, T am 2 26. an Page Tvienty eight 3 , ff, . bln .5 4 Qc ob 9 ' , . ' .' , 1 ' ' . ' 5. '26, ' 5, 1 , i, , I rc 1- , rf , v D x v ' 125 ,. e 1 5' I 5 A ' 5 on' Vp j r JL I FQ ' ' r -V . , ,,. ,, gg-, ff ., .-5 vff"yi1fl'ilW.Zf-'1'f'. rjrf'aF.s' r ov'-3-' s3ffq1'r'1 mm .f-Ji ' D1 ff-' Vi Ijjf- 'l 1 1 . l if- ---W A -I if-fv? . - ees, - j iff: If l :'c.,i .Sf ' -, " - ' 2" ,f-'-"fc, 'fy fT'LiS'ii'-5, 'qifEfw"ff.-flf,-l, 1-' ip it V, i-ll , udlfff gi 1' me . :Y--ll Ky. O . - 1 fi I V" A kff' gli if gil i . . .- la Trigg' ,Q 3 417- 4593 'Wi- ' V, P, 2 cp 713, P11 .' on i I' qlglg 55 ffl, . Fm z ,A L2 00 i 4 'i L--w lx ' 'Ui l pm :drill 0,11 el ,lil W . ,sl tb 1 512 l l lgfi l - , ffl 'gf li! x, , - - fliqfiff 1 ' .,, 1 5 Mi X00 1 E946 Till ,W PM lg' iff f iss , ,' lrflx li ' ', f. bo 2 . I ,l li' by 5' "'l4i s- I WX 7 zz :MJ ll , AW' o . 4 . V . . Q. . 1, 1.. 1.51 P1 VERNON sHrRK Plgbe 5-IOGBEN Eb HAROLD SMITH "TINY" 1 'lf ' "He came, he learned, he Umfeilslllg 'me"g5' you "If I but can. I'd be a, 5 ,, DZ' 1 said nothing." Seem to Five' but do you ladies man." l 3553: It I Lewiston, Idaho. 'level' tim? 1 I Turlock, C21,l'ifOI'l'li21,. ,, 5 ' Q Transferred from Lewis- S1111 1'1'fU1C1SC0- Cauforflm- Boy's Glee Club '23, '24, up ton .243 Senior Play .265 miionol- H?-Ch0lElFSlll1? Soflety '25: Operetm ,23, ,ml .Zin Nm Boys Glee Club '25, '26. Zi' M' Exscutlve Logl' Orchestra '263 Tennis '25, '26. ,F ' nn ee I eppers ' li: .: A pg ' Press Clnlx '2G: Editor of 1 --N M-AYNARD STARK I-Ioney De-W,9'26g Basketball Dbl "To know him is to like 21' Track '3' 1 ' 11 VA, 0 mm- CHESTER STOOKSBERRY I . - ' : ' Monmouth, Illinois. 0 .STOOKSH MAR'Ig?i1gG?,YvARD og Fl-ulisl'e1'1:ed . trom lliozi- UA quiet looking mm., but ..LOVeHness needs not the inf, 0 mouth .24 Vice President - - ,V 1- st J t 1, ..,6, Chwf looks 11113 GSCBIVIUE- foreign aid of ornaments." 4 :I lf?."f1 St sc yt B'i C "it Downey, California. Kea,-Hey, Nebraska. on ub me U en or y OPI Y Block T Society '25- '269 Student Bodv Secretarv YT? 9 '26: Bow XVows '2G: H1-1 T ,, , ,24 ,25 , , ,' , , 'J ,f . , . . , I-Wk Y - Zh: Peppers 25, 263 Girl l ,- 25, President 26: Rlile R qxrves ,23 ,2L. French A F ff' Club '26g Bzmsketball '25, '26 CHESTER STRESE 'CHET' wen" , , 'I ' .313 0 " I never dare be 'is fu 1- Hub 25' 26' Duma Club 'Ill Ei my qs I crmn ' 1 '25, '26g Glee Club '2-L: ' 'g . f 1 - - . . f . - . , 4-' - ,W MALWN F. STOXVELL Union Grove, Wisconsin. 12lg'f10iI0E3ffS2jgOif?lEr Pg-:JSI 10151, 25 "He is no parlor athlete President Hi-Y Club '2G: Scigw ,2, ,26- Hart pst-lff ' ii for once he starts he's hard President Drama Club '2C: ,26 ' G' ' I ' bfi tr I to beat." Senior Play '26' President ' 0 ' 'L I 0 gg: TllI'l0Ck. California. Spzinisli Club '25: Basketball ff il 3 Football '25, '26g Basket- Class "B" '23, '24: Tmolc 'F ya lmll '2G: Track '25. '2-l, '25: Rifle Club '2G. A5375 l ' , - . fl . A F 5 'll ri 0 I ffl 5 Page Twenty-nine 90 J 5 -- . 7 , ' 1, FF ,.--. V . vw .. , ,q v 1'-7 , --. I ri - -vfq 1-'ff-.:f"fP" fe I "-'J l. .l I 3 G ly . 1,555 ,T7 1, '1 JLT' ,."',f I -9 1 , 715 f' -RNA T , ' ,""' V, "Li, 'V f we ,N X 'of I, , " 1, y Thi-efQ1lw:111f L55El' l-WN' f '5JWfffoC9l',.:5'g.4Qi- 111 ' ' gkil E? Pg? is Jw-1, vs 1251 -2 ul 5 X 2 1 2 1 ,ill W K: lgzl wh!-I 1 Rczxl 5,1 ogy QM 1 5' ' Tig ' ' -1 ' ,. wrt , 1 fig :bm 55341 l , 35 556 I 'il' 0 Q , fl. cl' 1 ' ' 1 ff I 935 l L53 ,QQ 'V 'pg' 1 7 'Sli ,fill ' , X f Aff? -63-.Stl X ll! f W " n fig ' W I ii? l .11 l ,QQ 1 1 1 1 Q 4 1152, do V71 I Q 4 1 V lglvzlx I 5 ogy li 1 so ,-T,-il - . E554 l 4 W 13 1 ' 1,41 an . 2 2 11 9151 ALFRED SWENSON ur LYlY ll-IONII-'SON Q ' HB DDYH 1 fl 2 . " 1 ' L' ' HA' , A H '-M1u1.L" 1.1NNEA TORNELL J 00.5 li-,ll1l'lf, 1s his hobby. "A jolly little lass is she." "LINN" ' of 5-i Executlve Corumitte '2G: .Tv lei. Tevm M . , , . Hmmm. qchol, Sh. S . t, - 1 H -1 A smile IS worth a mil- F, D .gl '- in 'P one 5 Student Bodv Court '25: H . . - . 1 t H y 4 - ,GJ .26. Bow XVDWS ,25 ,26, . -' I ' on gl0dllS 111 any nmme . ,3 OMR " , .. , ' ' GW R95'3l""9S 24' 25' 267 Stockholm, Sweden. ' Q lgfl Dldnm Qlub 20' 263 Delmlie Druzna Cluh '25, '26: Largo . . . . - ', x Um 125: Jumm, Play ,255 Senior MI - yz, um. O- h I-Ionoi SLl'10lAIShl1J Soci i , I3-551 Piaf '2r- Cl B1 1 - I emo 9' - 1 'C BSYPH ery: Debate cum '25. fm V11 5 " 'ass as cet' '25, '2G: Operettzl '25. 'Q 1:11 ball '2G' Tennis '2-l '25 "Hi 1 K 0 . . , ., .. . X -l :'. gm EDMIUND VIERRA 'ffl H My I HEDDYH 1 TAYLOR TYRA HTYRA.. .UA-I V lmzfii- troulnlen ty-omxllle, 5,431 I Pl "Tall, calm and fair, say U 1 Lmuwae Sf?.TJ,e:f. me' IQ P? is it cold up.there?" bone?" 'U onvf' , , 1 . Spanish Club 211, 20 -J Q Orofmo Idaho. -41 U ff' ' Football '25, '26: Track '2-l 2 f' " 11, ' . ., 0 ' ' Z" 26 ilu 9 1 A 111 f fl FRNNCEQ D Wuvrs - 21 -' J'-I ' A N ' A .TOSEPI-Il'N'P NVELLS "JO" ' . 52' RALPH YVATKINS "I hz1ven't1 much to saw, HI sh0u1dJ WON- ,, H41 05 L "A kind heart and u but in the world I'll win M desde C, nf ig 0 1 . 1 friendly disposition." my waxy." P ' ' 'L ? lf' , L Q L , 1 . . . Girl Reserves 24, 25, 26: L be oyallon, Lalifornxa, Pueblo, Colorado. Dlumm Club ,,,5, Debaw 'go L75-X Spanish Club '25: Senior Honor Scholarship Society C ' ', , U ' ' ' . V , ,9 ,,, l 'A I , ,. lub 24, 25, Largo Allegvo 1 . Play 261. ..3, 1.4, D1c1m.1 Club 2.1, , ,, , , - Vg VLH lwebale '24, '2s. 25' MH orchestm 25' gal Crow ' ' , f . 1 "0 -1 cs' 1 5 . Page Thirty f. r gl ' lglp- ll ?' 7' ,Ti 7 "N - U 1 I . , , - . , f , , . "-fjV ur-1?-"'m,F'.f-'1f- 1. Eff. ye. f 'Q --P. 3 ' -'1" ",e'.' ,, - rn A . Q. -Q . 1 1 .,. '73 1, .1 og, ' Lg l fgl "' -fs' '1'4Ylm.' H 1frl llf:lll1. l'jl11-',g1 j',53. fel 1578, film 'L' 'N' ' QW, ww 1 Y-- , , ,H - - ---f ,-1 A 19 K ,. ll ' "A . ,, fffflf?,,7iT.,7'li'Ff-.I, 71?3'-Ci' swf ' I 1 I 1':"'i' . 'Iii limi.. TVN' -1 V. l 553,.51lQlh,,--ErsigmQ13gxg-'gf?fQg.f?'fl3L-zffrigaqf'fliihrg LL,igi11ffE,4 Wfri gf+-fE5il.- Q..-:Wf!v.U W .532 A-' as Q ik . ll 44, .em , liixlgl lf'-Eli CB iii 5 E313 A i Wig RQ ' . W f Y 1 , ii- A ' is 51.5.35 if LJ U 1 ff- iii! i'-if YT-fi Wi .55 V 1,159 Q 55:51 -6 iq f-.f . .wa Egg nc, ggfx '15 i lf-lg l 'fi' M155 i l.fP-4, I - F?-is I Lf lf-1,595 i 5 mg. i ,Ml 32343 1 lclii l:i'ff"U 33251, fit lille '.i' W4 ' 1 NZ "'-4 l H-u. we , ILL? 'iials i fi 5 'Ziff , Ml .' Fi l 539' l fail V 1 Ji 15551 1 Vlii Eff liegg l wi X ' ti lf-EL? l iff?- lrifv , . . , , ., H- , . . f iii-fa ' A Q 4 il I L55 HE'LDfLI3f,1Qi'HBDRG VERNON WVICKSTROIXI iggjl W, 1 J .. V Y.. ,N W, mf: "A merry heart maketh HY VVICKX , lf 555 sms ,, ou look wise, pray co.- in 1 H :L cheerful countenance. met this error ,, i2,3:.:14, Rapid City, South Dakota.. Turlock 'cqlifomill if-is l f-H Alm-1' Staff '2f:- Ti-ack '23, ' ' ' " Jr' 112.-5 .,, ' Glee Club '26, il 1 E353 ,,.1, M39 wi .av V52 DOROTHY VVIRTNER R553 BETTY NV ILLTAMS " DOT" TSG "Always sweet and lady 'Alf hi' 011211100 I talk 21 v like-.. little wild. forgive me." STANLEY XVI MAR F1311 XVeed, California. SIPORHDO' Washington- "STAN" rflqfi Honor Scholarship Society Honor Scholarship Soci- "VVhat doeth this sweet Q .Mc Girl Reserves, 26: French ely: Drunui Club '25, '26g child in this wicked place." Msg, Club .25' .26: Spanish Club Press Clnh '26: Largo Alle- Turlock, California. 55.251 '25: Drama Club '25, '25: gro '26: Operettai"1?6g Christ- ' 'Fargo Allegro: .Innior'Pla.y Y Dmmte muh .25: Junior mas P:-igeant Zh: Honey 2.1: Honey Dew bluff 25. lugs if Plnv '25 Dew Staff 'Z6: Alert Staff 1- 'lil , - ' l C: '26p Glue Club '2G. Wh 42231 , J in fb' MARIE XOUNG "TOM" , . - .. , ,. ug, unify "ll's nice to he natural 22222123 3lL?gdenLIigfg,, 9 1 ggi When you're naturally nice." A ' ' ' . ' ' . . i br Pelersbomugh Canada San Juan Bfiutisto, Calu. ,Lion V3 ',, ' Honor Scholarship Society Q31 lJran1zL Club 25: :French 1 . , 1 D, M it St' if Q31 muh .Nz mee Club .2-I: ,Stix quzn ers . -. ei fi, JN' EES- om-elm '2-4: nuskeumli '2s. " ' ' Ex ., W., 7, 'f -J' MQ "2 ' Page Thirty-on e QQ' ff :- P33 :fo - , . , . "-' - --... .. .m--.Af f- I -N-.1-V-,ff 1 i ffm, . V. ""TlJi!'7. . .. i f - 1 . . i ew -like-V j me ,I Chronicles of '26 1 Chapter 'I-1:25. 1. In the l,JG,fl,'lllIll1'1Q,' the tribe was entonibed in the eells ot the Grammar School, and many were the methods employed to escape from that terrible place. Yea and lo, when the tribe had burst 'forth 'Froin that place of eonfiuement, a leader was chosen by them from the great l-louse of Zipser to lead them aeross the sea to the eontinent T. l-l. S. 3. Now certain of the tribe, having' no lcnowledge ot the great eon- tlent T. H. S., did quake or eower among' themselves. 4. Nevertheless they did all enter at the time appointed by the ruler of the great continent, King llatzell. 5. lvhereupon the inhabitants ot the port did jeer and scorn the tribe and made nierrjf over their exceedingly dumb 'looks and laek of brains. 6. Some bore the taunts and jeers bravelv savineg, "Be ot good cheer, ronn'ades." Others were 'sorely vexed and were exeeedingrly unruly. 7. But it eanie to pass that within a l'ew nionths time the tribe be- came aeeustonied even as the inhabitants. 8. And it was known that our tribe was ruled by one of the l-louse ol? Zipsers, who, at the end ot' a long' sojourn in the city, was teinpted to journey onward,.audhvhe 'led the tribe il'orth to the land ot the Sophomore. - - 9. And it earne to pass that the leader beeanie old and feeble and was eonquered bv one Harry Nystrom. . 10. And then, lo and behold the land ot the Sophomore beeaine subject to a ,great plague, "Learning," whieh overtook all ot the inenibers of the tribe. Some were sorely' stricken. ' 11. . But it eauie to pass that the tribe was forced- to journey forth into new territory to escape the relentless plague. 12. And so it was that in their wandering they came into a deep valley called "Juniors,,' where they settled for a period of nine months. i 13. And it eaure to pass' that while in this plaee, those sorely stricken by the plague wererecovered, and there was declared a Holi- Pa ge Thi rty- two . ... .- U U '-A --i--,.s.. ,.i .wv..-..-at, ,if -. . . ,AM f. fan, All I ,r,.,. 1, -yi. , ,',YQv., ', . HT ,, . tif, . - , tu. . , . ,.. . in vm. H. E.. .. ,,,. .c. ,rf--,Y-5,15 f ---1..- M. an . - clay. anal the tribe gave a great Banquet to another tribe who hacl toilecl np Mt. Senior. l-l. Anil it came to pass that the great tribes ot' the continent were to give a great 'Feast anil hohl a holiilay on June 12th. The feasting' anll t'l'lUlDl'ilt'lHf2,' began on that ilate anal cliil last until September. 15. l'pon returning' to their ilaily labors, they were ,Qgreatly supriseil to learn that they hail been tnrnetl out ot the valley ot "Jun- iors" anal banished from the lanil. lli. Anil lo. it came to pass that a new leailer was ehosen to lead the tribe into another abiding' place, anal one of the House ot Libbys was entrusteil with the task. 1 17. Anil it came to pass that the tribe starteil its journey on Sep- tember 'l',li.lLGl'lltll towarcl the summit ot Nt. Senior, which seemecl very near to them now. 18. Anil in the great ascent ol' Nt. Senior, the tribe was con- lfronteil by great clil"l'iculties anal obstacles. Tests anal Examinations were constantly blocking their progress. . . . lil. .Xml it came to pass that the Nighty tribe ot Faculty clesceniletl upon them 'til't'tI1lGlltlf' to hincler their progress. ill. .Xnil it was saiml that some were sorely stricken anil would not be able to continue the journey. ' 21. But it came to pass that the time rlrew nigh in which they W 1 wouhl reach the summit :mil ilescenfl into lite s torrent. fthe strick- en ones took heart anml the tribe won favor with the tribe ot Facultl-' which aitlecl them in the last ascent. 212. Anil lo, the tribe won great renown anal was consiclereil the most learnecl people in the worhl. 23. Anil while resicling' on the Summit ot Mt. Senior, resting be- l'ore they began the clescent, a tribe from the Valley ot Juniors chal- lengeil the athletic men ol' the tribe to a battle of strength anal speefl. The challengers were sailly ileleateil anil put to shame. V - l 24. After resting for some-time, the tribe began the clescent anil Finally reaehecl the torrent calleil ".l.il'e." Some entereil with tear in their heartsg others with a calm nnclerstancling. 25. Anal it come to pass that from there on in their journeys we know not how they tareil. lint it is belierecl that they would nearly all survive anil reach the other shore, Success. Everett Ilallstone '26, Page Thirty-three . . - +ei1.vS----......,, , .--- . , . f e. . , . -. . U T.,,-,mf 1,,,.,...s ,,..,,.e, ,,. vo., ,. .Ni , ,..'i..,- .".,y..,... i 1 -'igruf 1 i n ipgfmferrfieywtrag3,Qt'fi'9fiaviifrgii-1?-'i:yn We liar, f"g.fr3sif1jgjtlliggigttfb Senior Class Directory ---- 1930 A-C .Xflilllli 'lOllIl1.l4lZ1l'lll0l'-il'l, 1315 Colorailo. Alculian, Loo--olJruggist--l-l, 312 N. lliroaclway. Allen, liita-Stenograplier--lil, 515 S. CGllt9l'. Anclvrson, ilfilll1GI'-lil2li'liSlllllll--ll. G36 S. Broaclway. Anclorson, llarolcl-A1110 YVl'PC'liG1'-615 'XYest Main. .-Xnclvrson, Viola-Hair llwssei'-553 Lyons Avo. Bclarmlswortli and Brier-l"une-ral iloloim-W-lr. lolrier Mgr. 237 North Broadway. 'Bloomquisf. lCl'fie-Nurse-ll, Miss li. Carlson-Nurse's Home-220 Canal Drivv. Clarlson, CIinton-lfllc-c'ti'ic-iaxl-l-l, 500 E. Olivo. Cliarte-rs, Olive-H, 326 Bee-c-li Street. Ulul'is'ml'l'0i'soi1, Martlia-Nai4lQH, 5125 Sierra. Crowell, Joy:-Q-Propriefor California Dairy-213 Main Strevf. Cooper, llllgll--Alg'1'. California 'Dairy-ll, 740 Columlmia. D-F Dvlbon, Nvillllvll-rxgifllt, I"ar1iwr's Mutual l"irc- lnsuranvu Co., 332 N. l'll'01l'l. . Dwyer, liilylllflllll-lil-'lJ0l'lt'l', Daily .lour11al. Eastlaclc, Charlofte--Prop. Co'l'fe-we Shop-215 First Street. lirclmau, l'll'1ll100S-Pl'lVillfQ Secfy. to li. l4'oslwrg' and E. Gaston. Pal- ont Lawyers-H, 514: lllolfe. iEl'lC'lCS0ll, lrvne--Prop. Orange Mill-312 Main. Fallis. Tlielnia--lied Cross -lVO1'liP1'-llll, 815 Sierra. ls!-'l'Il2lIICl0S and 'I1'e1'I1ancles--Sliippwrs Beans, XVll'c'2l'f anml Straw, offiofe. 510 N. Center. G-I liilmaii, Donna--Avtrvss-ll, 1833 H. Blain. Gomez, l'lPIIl'l91lil--l'lill'lll0l'0lt0--ll, 1232 Lander. lflallslone, V. E., P2II'lQlll'l', Ilallstoric-'Kimzvy Co. lh'11,Q'gisls fPresf'rip- tions filleclj Dealers in Fine Hair Tonic:-ill, 127 Cooper llanriwli, Julius-Cow I-lancl, KKK 'Rancli-H, Geer lioaal. Hawk, llelnia--lnl, lloom 202, Lunrlell ADill'l1lll"Il1S. J-L Johnson, lClsie-Dairy.N'aimlfH, 122-1 NY. Main. Jonvs, X wle--Nlanivurist at Boailfy blioppe, Mrs. ln. Larson. Prop. Keitli. l'l0ll'll-XVilSlllllg-l'l, 712 E. Blain. Pagu Thirty-fo: i V Kiinzey. .Tar'l:-Pzirlner, lilallstom- K 'Kiinzey Di'i1g'giSts fPresci'ip-- tions filleclj Dealers in Fine Hair Tonie. Knutsen, Caroline-Seannstress--ll, 412 N. Broauilwziy. Knufsen, Norvzll-.Tz1nito'l', Turlock Brunell of Mills College-1-1,1412 B1'O2l4lXX'ilf'. Larson, 1larolcl-Conlmcto1'-l-I, 424 N. Broadway. Leerloni, l+Ininiu-llissionury--H, 612 XV. Main. Libby, R0l1lPY-llillll St., l7lz1g'n1z111-ll, 400 Crane. Little, Kate- -Ulal lluicll--ll, 541 N. Center. Lillyquist, li0flT10Y-Gil1'4l9110l'-lil., 135 Syracuse. Long, Estellai-Tilnekeepei' lflnnie C21l11lO1'Y-ll., 331 E. Olive. M-0 Martin. gxlllflllll-Cill'0l'yll llotel, CllillIll1Ql' Maid-l'l, Czlrolyn llotel. Maxwell, lgeonae-Clerk, Curkeets clillllly Kitellen-lil, 520 NY. llillfl. Mittel, Kittie-Voiee I11St1'1.lC'lIO1'--ll-, 713 Higgli St. Mol1e1'g', -liJ2lWT911C'0-SOHVQTIQQI'-fl, 109 lilloreliee. Neecllmni. Violet-Floor Lilflj'-lPQI1lQO0Stkll l'l'z1Il-ll, 415 Pioneer. Nelson, 015111-Sef"y'. S1IiUl4l211'll Oil Co. of Turloeli-'lil, 534 E. Main. Nelson, Samnel.--Plnysicful Instruetor, Lowell llrznninei' Seliool-H, 51.5 Mitcliell. Newquist, lJ2lI1Q,'t'l0l1-:XYlZlt01'-'l'l, 303 Mewitt. Nowleen, Blilllixl-TOLlf'illPT, Hzmwiliorne iiililllllllill' Sc-llool-Hi, 3lVlI1i11'0f Apts. Oeken, fimee--Ilomlel--ll, 1555 IC. Avenue. Ociisllo, 1l'l2:ll'Y+XXvZlllfl'0SS New Park--ll' 222 Lorfnsi. Olsen, Virgil-Raulio Agient, liuileyk Service Station-1-li, 511 Crane Otf, cllZl1'CI1Ct'-1Vlig.1'1'. J. C. Penny Co.-lil, 200 Olive. P-R Paulsen, ,Frecl-Plunllmer-l-I, 408 lJt1Ul'0l. Pearson, Cl?ll'Pl1i'P-NY00ll Cl101Jl301'--T11'l"l0Cli Lnniliei' Co.-lil, 791. H. Street.. Purdin. liOY--0l010l'll1i1Il, Main Sheet Al'lz1il1'oz1cl Co.-ll, 550 Flowei' ST. Russel, Fi'uiif'es-llmieing.: Lessons-ll, 401 E. Avenue. S-T Sliirk. X71-'1'Il0I'1-l501111515-Slll1'lC X Tyra Co.-ll, 1013 .l'. St. Sjogien, Elmlma-l4l1litoi', 7l'n1'loc'k Trilmiie-H, 1.01 Angeles. Smith, illarolcl-Slleep llewlel'-H, I-313 Boulevzml Avenue. Stookslmerry, Chester--.lilootlmlaek-.ll, 122 Oi-z1ng'e. Siowell, NlillVlll,--.IAPNYPl01'-SfOXY9ll K Yierrzi, Jewelers-Tl, 209 Col- nnilria. Strese, Mzlry--Ser"y. Tourists lI1f01'11lilll0l1 l3lll'0i111-Vl'l, 411 XY. Malin. Strese, Cll0St0I'-1'il'O1llP1' of Mary Strese--H, 411 W. Main. Palm- '.I'hirly-five 'ilk fU'g" .1 ' , 1 u " I illlrii 1 ' 'N xwxl A, x Swami, Marjori0-Assistant Cashier, Seoiirity State Bank-H, 500 Lyons Avenue. A V Swenson, Alfred-Cliiuimy Swevp-ll, 312 Locust. Stark, A'l'Z1iV1l211'll--XvlC'Q President of First National Bank-H, 31-1 Locust. Tliouipson, 0l9lVl11-CilSll161'--T011I1GSSGO Tllompsonls-H, 812 Min- aret. 'l'ornell. lllllllffil--C2ll'Q taker, Old Peoples l-lomo-ll, O. P. Home. Tyra, 'lfaylor--Deu'rist, Sliirk S Tyra Co.--H, 315 Orange. ' U-Z Vierra, Ecliuuncl-Priuc'ipal Turlock il-ligli Sc-lnool-H, 101, W. Main. lYaltv1'S, Xvlll1H111-I:i111ClIGI'-YH., 1004 floor lloaml. 'Watkins K lYic'kstrom-P11ysicians K Surgeons H. XVatkins CPliysi- vianj H. 235 Palm. 4 'Watts, Fi'zliiws--N11i'sc+, Euianuvl 'Hospital-H, Nurse's lolome, Canal Drive. 4 'I A XVc1lls, JOSf:'Dlll1'lQ--lVlilOXV-l'l, 131 Myrtle. V lN70stl1e1'g,', llelen-Spanisli Teaclier-H, 306 Florence. llvilliaius, Bv'rt3'-Librarian, High Scliool-ll, 100 SfJriugfS't. lVilliams, Bill'-Farin Haufl-ll, 40-1 Laurol. ' iWirtner, Dorotliy-Clerk, Mervantilo Co.-ll, 1020 Coluuilmia. lllyuiar, Stanley-Prop. lVymar Bros. Shippers R Growers-l-l,'I-300 Canal Drive. Young, iXl'arieMPl1ysic'al Ecluc-ation Instructor, lliluiar lligli Svliool- l-l, 2-16 Lancler. Yugo, Lilly----Milliner-H, 501 NY. Franklin. Too Late to Classify. ll'l21Stll1ZlH, IQYQI--M2lI12lQ'Gl', Kline Candy Kitcflien-'I-I, 5678 Lauder. Pago Thirty-six El. ,iw , .., i I .mg 1.3 .- ...N 1-, ' , i ,qi 1 -4,:,.,,f9 j,,',.pi,1,., 1,0 jx at , gill l xi' Q 41 li if V , , X A ii - V i .- . , . -,- 1 1 1 Y A . -,Y -, .Ll 3-57 . ' 2 . . if Senior Class.W1ll' a Friends Z' I ,if ,. A I I The memhers of the Class ol' Twenty-six, who are about to die ,pr t'rom long' exposure to learning, salute yon! - T You 'have assemhled here today at the request of my clients, 3. "Twenty-six." tor the sad and unpleasant"purpose ot listening' to liiijl their last yi3ill.and testament, and ,to,,rec'e.iye the many gifts which they see l'it,gtoi hestow-upon yon. Wg' 3. 4. . - ygfii Q ' H , . ' 1 It heeonies' my sad duty to in form those 'present that a 'Consulta- Qigit tion was held with the Faeulty, illltliltil'l41lll'C-'Slllf was thatia sentenee ot death is to he administered today, the eleventh day ot June, in the Near olfour Lord, nineteen linndred and twenty-six. T Ut any of those present are shocked, please 'liaint quietly so as not to distnrh the at- mosphere ol' the room.l l', knowinpg how terrihle must he your grief and sorrow, will not prolong your waiting, hnt will proceed immediately to the reading of W'fi5f the document. ' To Whom it Nay Coneern: Mil We, the Class ot Twenty-six, ahont to meet an untimely demise. having' heen judged insane and sound, find it ineumhent upon us to make our last will and testament, heqneathingg our personal detects to those, who we helieye will most. profit hy them. ltem l. NVe herehy heqneath to the Board of Trustees that money still reposing in our c-offers. upon condition that they use said money in hnilding' a gymnasium. lt, at the end of ten days, said gym- nasium has not heeu ere:-ted, said money is to he divided evenly he- tween the various memhers ot the Board tor their own personal use. ltem lil. lVe herehy hequeath to our dearly heloyed iI9'aenlty a two-yolume hook, edited hy the great minds of the Class. This book, hound in tine moroeeo, eontains one hundred and titty pages and has three lnindred and ten illustrations done in highly Colored ink. The First volume presents a treatise on "How Seniors Ditch Classes," and the second volume diseusses "The Art of lVriting,' Excuses and Re- tnrn Slips? ll'e hope that this hook will aid the lflaeultgy in enrhing' the Class ot' Twenty-seven, who we helieye may 'follow in our footsteps. Page Thirty-seven . . H:mFW-.. . . .. , , , . - , . . , L v lfteln Ill. To the Class of Twenty-seven we do hereby hequeuth one hundred dollars and no eents to he used in deferring the expenses ol' our l'unerul which they have so kindly agreed to lllil1lilgJ,'G. Item TV. To the Class of Tweiity-eig.g'l1t we do herehy hequeath our highly perfeeted art of using' ponies and notes in exnniinutions and our ahility to look Qinnoeent, uct wise, and he dunih, all in the same lnfeatln. 4 litem V. To the Class of Twenty-nine we do herehy hequezlth our pl2l1'Q in the hearts of the Fzleillty hoping' thz-it they will love you und guide you as they have done ns in the past. 'Item Ylf. To the sehool we hequeutli all other helongings either acquired, as our good dispositions: or inherited, as our high percent of turdiness and low pereent of ill1t0Htlzlllf'0, trusting to its good judg- ment in distributing said helongings as we desire. Signed, sealed, and published hy the Class of Twenty-six to he our last will and testament in the presence of those present who, at our request, have heen required to set here unto this doeunient their nzunes as witnesses. W lVitnesses : 1. Y. Everett llnllstone ll. 2. Victor l41. llullstone, Jr. 3. V. E. llilllSlf0IlQ, Junior Qln witness hereof we set our hand und seul this eleventh day of June in the year ot our Lord nineteen hundred und twenty-six. Senior Class of '26, Per IC. Hzillstone. Page 'l'hi1'ly-f:if.:ht i ,., fl 1:-,.., z, .i U 'fig ,wr M' Y fi ' v if e- ' 1 1 1 1 1 116111. 11 P1 1J "Y 1'-11' LBLQ1 :Q1 If- 13 f . 1 1 1 123 1 11 :I 1L - 1,11 1,1 , 1'1Q:K-' 1L-151 1 171 J 1 I. 11' x"1 -1:1 f ".L.l1 , 1 11- 5' 11 '51 1171? 1.7.1 1 'IFJ 1 .Q 111 I 1 1 ' 1 13,1 1 L.: 1 1 21 1 1152 '1 Q 1' '1 1 F111 1 " AG 1Llg 1,51 15:11 12- E1 . 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'We stood in utter astonishment when that au- gust and impartial holly' ol' Faeulty memhers appeared and handed out the neeessary hooks and paraphernalia for the morrow, and warned us ol' the responsibilities that would rest upon our shoulders in the next few months. But the Qluniors were energetic young' pupils and soon our class was organized with l-lugli Boies :is Pres.g Chet Andrews, Vice-pres.g llialker Tompkins, Seeyxg Marion Senter, Treas.g llolmie Eastlaek, Ulass Reporterg Clifford Carlquist, Yell lqeaderg and Miss Goode, Miss Dinsdale, and Mr. Netlee as elass advisers. The First social function of the year was the lieeeption tendered us by our superior schoolmates, who warmly welcomed us into their eontidenee and started the hall rolling' for the semester. Among the aeeomplishments oi' the year was the winning' of the Student Body tieket eontest in September. The enthusiastic sup- port given the Senior Play and the cooperation in the Christmas Page- ant are also to he mentioned. The Juniors excelled in other lmranehes ot student activities. Elsie Pierrou and Virginia Bostrom were the ehampion typists ol' theyear and Star lliestlake and Walker Tompkins the chief dehaters. Ralph Knutsen eaptained the varsity football team. Many other members comprised the Various Varsity teams in football, haskethall, track, baseball and tennis. The c-lass is well represented in all organizations ol' the high School. In February the Juniors presented "Bah,' as their class play. This comedy proved a real success under the direetion o'f'Miss Lura Critser and the ea1'el'ul manafrenient ot Lindsav Arthur with the fren- - I1 . rw erous support of the Student Body. . The A C'a1'1pello Choir lfrom the College of Paeilfie, sponsored hy the elass, grave a most eiijoyahle program on May I-3, 1926. The greatest triumph was the J unior-Senior Banquet whieh proved a fitting' elimax to our resourc'el'ul year and served to make our last days with the dig'nil'ied Seniors always remembered. - C'reig'liton ll. Cieer '27. Page Forty-Ono T-.f1?,, H' 6- ""'-f.':'f:cf' A".lr"'-F. 'W' ":sT:T'7'A ' '-,-. 1: -f:"f'-g-1-fi uv ' W 'rs-f -gg, Y- Q------r--NY f -. - f f A - - V- -.M 1 V H, Y fx 4 Q ww, ,-wjqy'fTlQ-r-Q,i.U1 QQ 'Fw -N I' 7519- Q,-f,,1ff'1 47, ,1 0431 s 4 V. qw., -EMI .-g-i,.".q w ,Y-pylxf .:q.mw1y3gJ 53, 31,5 ply, ,f-3-yi, f y,1?, f-3-iv , F0433 7-Juv KET: Ag- 1, X lr' fggwfffhwip .-'i??i:E3f'fE5J.w?f'23uvagrfifff-SQ1"j:ff34v2ji2SzQ3 QifxfQ'1i'?-jfjlgg ,i'6f-,ggi flfl..-l-wilj'yff13Q3KJ-TY,i7lf5-fi"wgf1'MEI"'iFEx?ff'-1T?fq1ETQfL?AQLGfT1?'l Aj,- - , ,ygw -.,f1-wie! 3" 2" Z, Vgigxgfl ,s ww lv ' 'J M ' J ' A , 'JP' .. W Y X S Y - W W .. 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T Enwglkl: -X W 4 "':-'o Sophomore "Sophomore will be our next stop," were the words that issued forth from the darky, as the pullman emerged from a dark tunnel into a land of dazzling sunshine. lVhen the train was eventually brought to a stop the passengers stepped o'l"l' of the platform with a feeline of joy. 'We learned that the town was divided into two sections, called "A," and "B," Both sections were prog'ressing1,' with the same speed, but "B" was just a. unit behind "A," Our first stop was at the court house of section "A," Here we found that the following cabinet presided: President, Floyd Heilg Vice-president, Muriel 'llauserg Secretary, Uaginar Xelson, Treasurer, lVilbur Larson: Yell Leader, Gladys Crowell. 'l'he next stob was the section "BH court house. 'llere we found officers to be: President. lVanda Mjobergg Mice-presirlent, Dorothy l3ea'rdswortli: Secretary, Freda Forclyceg Treasurer, Virginia Warlumg Yell lleader, Beryl tloodin. -TOlll'llGYlTlg' a little fartlier on we arrived at the city office where we found the following city advisers: Miss Hill, Miss liodkey, Miss Voncklin, Miss f'ushman, Miss ltutlierford and Mr. Pitman. We next stopped at the auditorium to enjoy an entertainment gir- en by the Dandy llions whose members are chosen from section "A" The Drama Dukes, who are Sophomore "B'sH presented the play en- titled "A 'Midsummer Nig.g'lit's Dream." 'llhat evening' we attended a party and initiation for the Sophomore "TVs" who wished to become members of the 'Uaruly Lions. iNYe heard later that Katie liittle directed a class prograin that was put on before the Assembly at Christmas Time. The Sophomores wish to take this opportunity to thank Miss Rodkey for liaving the programs made, Miss Cushman for the properties, Miss Critser for the general supervision, and all others who aided them in making this play a success. lll reading over the evening' paper, we found many articles about prominent citizens of Sophomore. Vie found that both Chester Lewis and Vernon Tll0l'1ll'JQ1'y,' represented Sophomore in the unlimited basketball team and Walter ltlolgren was a member of the second team. ln football we found Busano, Clouglior and Johnson represnted the town. On the sport page we noticed in big' headlines: "Sopho- mores take second place in interclass track meet."The Sophomores who took places were, Busano, P. Johnson, T. .l'ohnson, Lawson, Ford, Sar- ges and Norvell. ln all events sports or clubs of any sort we found the citizens well represented. The citizens are thinking of changing the name of the city to Juniors, but they will not forget the successful year of Sophoinores. Edith Utendorffer '28 I'ag'tr Forty- th ree ,713 ---'.,,'itil:-?tQflTlt'j1w':3r Y,-wp. 1- 11-11--T, ,ffm .P ' ,.. - .M in. i i ,,f i lu H J , W, ll i i i..'a.i. . -s ,. V. Vw... J, , , 'ii-.5 Y i T- - if -liliisf -if , , .5 U - 1i.,,.iV,MM,1i rl ,V 5 " l -fr J-f H 1 -'-- ,.....-,,.-,- . 5-gig.: L 1-N-.X : l ., Freshman "A" Class The class of Twenty-nine began its high school career with the most important faetor of organization, eooperation. Early inthe year the following officers were elecfed: President, 'Ross Carkeetg Vice- President, Frances Jonesg Secretary, George Dahlgreng Treasurer, Harmon Rayg Sargent-at-arms, Marion lleorgeg Reporter, Elsa Berg-- greng Yell lreader, Thomas llloseato. Under theirleadership, a feel- ing of elass loyalty developed rapidly. Shortly after elec-'ring these people, the elass gave a one act play and a ninsieal program before assembly. The semi-annual election of o'flfic'ers was held February fourth, at which time Delight Swanson, Allan l-lallslone, and Clarence Old- field were chosen 'fo 'Fill the positions of Vive-Presiclent, Yell Leader and Sargent-at-arnis. The remaining officers were re-eleeted. The fli'reslnnan have been well represented in all sehool affairs. Out of the five positions on the Class "ll" haskeihall team the l+'reshn1an hoys c-laiined four. Under the supervision ol' Miss Ruther- ford, the girls organized a Freslnnan girls haslcethall learn. The elass was also represented in lraelc and hasehall. A great deal ol? credit 'For The snr-cess of all our aetivities is due to our class advisersg Miss Adsil, Bliss Critser, and Coach Earle. Francis Jones ,29. Page Forty-four ' 2.5.4 e 1 Ep-,.f h l J ' 1 r 1 l ' J I .Ii t " H o'p.rffr2if.- ' . . s Y. NM-V-Q-e--'---,gl.-.,f --X ...., ...-... .V - .. ,AA . '.f x',,J 81,1 v i iiji-' l' l ,.,,.,, i :T Lf f. i a ' S . l i, sg Freshman. "B" Class lVe were the Mid-year Freslmmn of Turlock Hi. Our class was Y, not very large, nuinbering only forty in all. i xr, Under the 2NllVS0l'Slll1J of Miss Graliam, Miss Mittel and Miss re, Creager, we were orpganized in a few weeks after entering school. The .M 'Following l1HvllVlilll21lS were elected to earry on the work of our class: l Maynaml lleelrer, Presidentg James I-lfughes, Vice-Presidentg Marjorie 4 Varner, -Seeretaryg Kenneth Hallstone, Treasurerg Elwin Storm, Yell 2 Ll. Lezuler: Exlwurcl Allstrom, Surqezznl-of-armsg and Paul lVenstran1l, Re- 553: porter. 5535 Sui The Honor Svholurship Soc-iety' gave ns at welcome party. The Pig evening' was spent playing' games and later refreshnients were served. gn 'We all elijojxecl it immensely, in Fziet we Felt quite honored. QL, FPL Elwin Storm was the only inemlier that went out for track. 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A, J f G " FF., 76' r HX K 4 1,4-nr 1' 'E sm, -yy A -H I.-f rL,,,,Q 42 wt ' Vllidvgi' 'W v, A LJ X H I 'pai 3. 4 nr ' In nv V' EW 4 1 ' T' q- 1 -jpg L 4: Y V .s F 1 , h I L fu im guwma Viaxiiflgal " " " M , Mm www ' ' ,I YJI1 "I M mf' e g M my I nu H I -7 K v 35 QM Tiff . .x sv 'Inf W, 1 ,H-,,N x . ' mu f, 5' x . I if rw up - 6 ,Eg ly 'N-Q 'w , , f ' 'f 'B w J . f. I f 'M' Sv' . , . x f X X I , I x - Q ,: :Sw 1 fm? 1 Q ,ffl H P LITERAREI Sept.. ltl- vRegist.ration. Hello Sept.. ll-First day of school, Sept. 1-l-Monday morning. Sept. 15-Sehool out. early. Sept. 17-Meetings galore, all -CALENDAR EQ-SEPTEMBER .25 SEPTEMBER everybody ! short: periods. Vl'e look the new faculty over. Stanislaus County Fair. . classes and clubs are electing new officers. Sept.. 21-New auditorium open. "Ain't, it. swell?" Sept.. 24-First, Student. Body meeting held to- day in the new auditorium. President. Ott takes eharge. Sept. 25-New auditorium dedicated. Senator Shortridge gives the address. Sept. 29-Seats assigned to students. Mr. Nich- Oct. Oct. UCI OCT. Oet. Ural Oet Oct. Noi' Nm Nov Nov Nov ols congratulates us upon finding them so easily. V OCTOBER 1-Nothing today except George Shimmon lost a pair of glasses. 9-Freshman-Sophomore banquet. XVe win and lose in the first Sophomore League de- bale. ll-Preston beats us in football. 32-ll. Curses! 18-VVE beat. Merced. 20-tl. Ah! Thatfs a little better. 23-Senior-Junior reception. Big rally today for the Lodi game. Vile go up town and serpentine. 2-l-Lodi game today. They win 7-0. Hard luek boys-do better next time! 25-Getting ready for the Senior Class play. "The Goose Hangs High." 2?l-Preparing a slipper for the debaters. Eats??'?'? Impossible!! XVon our debate with Fresno and Galt. NOVEMBER .l-Stockton beats us 7-6. Not so good. Hard luck boys. '. ll-Holiday! Hooray!! Sleep! Oh! Boy! We're all glad that Armistice happened on a holiday. .15-XR'oodland game. Do we win? Vl'ell, we wonder. 9-8 in our favor. Hot. stut't'! .18--Dull day. "Bud" Swenson can't find anyone to argue with him. . I9--Planning an Honor Scholarship hard- timt- party. Vl'e always knew that the Hon- or Scho'arshippers were all hard up anyhow! Nor. 26--Well Modesto wins the big game 12-tl. Dec Det' Dec Dec Dec Just wait till basketball season then we'll get even. Grrrrr! DECEMBER 2-Misses Creager and Critser have start- ed the Christnias Pageant. Another display of pep on the-i1 part. 3-Senior play. Huge Success. . 6--Miss Critser's hair bobbed. Some flap- per. .S-Rehearsals of Sophomore play. ll-"B" and "C" win basketball games to- nite. I- ' .,t ty V K Q X' fkifq. -- A 66 Q' A 4 XX tn fw ' 0 ' ' QUIK Q A 3 0 ,Jig ,,, 0" t u I ' N! 1 -3 S 5 1 2 'J 1 ,152 sl U tl: 552-2 ia' 'X' f fo1o'4.Qfl 'A ' I 'Z' ,QQ I :Z 3 . x. 'Wim' EE 'A A. fl 'Q 1 5 " . , . QACK T0 DEAR oLo TURLOCK HIGH FOR NINE moRE ' MONTHS L or STUDYPJ '19'OCTOBER - 25 W BOO v M D l f P al i HH ' ffm Qt-lens WERE PLENTY OF T HRILLS AT THE JUNFUR Receerlofv- y HALLOWEEN NITE!! ll: I' X 'IW .. fi" . lgallwllulllll 'ZW l- 41 ' ' 1 ,L U32 ' I ' Q .-'Lys ffiggj :MODESTO wofv THE I THANKSGIVINQ Foo T- l BALL CLASSIC- BUT I we cow' REVENGE Y! Page Fort 3'-seven Dec. 17MSophoniore play.. They sure did strut their Stllflf. - Dec. 23-Christmas edition of the Honey Dew out today'. Very good indeed. Dec. 2-l--Hot stuff! Whole week's vacation or Jan. Jan Jan J an. Jan Jan Jan Jan J an Jan Jan .lan Jan Feb. 5-Honor Scholarship Society Feb. 6-Fresno was beaten by us to make it better, ten days. Merry Xmas everybody! The Christmas Pageant was great. Miss Sprague injured, sincere synt- pathy ot T U. H. S. JANUARY' ...,CSpace denoting lapse ot' ten daysl .4-Back to the old grind! However, we all a chance to spring the scarfs, hats, shoes, that we got for Christmas. get etc. 9-Have we got a basketball team? Well, we beat Sacramento tonite 38-ll. 1-lglbarn the cold-weather! We keep get- ting cheated out. ofassembly! Brrrrrrr! l5WWe won our first league game, with Manteca 31-9. I guess we'll have to blame Coach Earle for our team. 16-Ho Hum! VVe just won another game. Madera 253 Turlock 31. Some more ot Coacl1's good work. 21-Say T. U. H. S. graduates can't do something! Wells and Muriel I-Iively gave a concert tonite. 22-Extra! Extra! Turlock meets her first defeat in Basketball! Yep. Oakdale beat us 22-14. Hard luck gang. I 23-Fresno Tec. beat us too. Score 22-42. Some more hard luck. Exteniporaneous Speaking Contest held here. Charlotte East- lack places fourth. 25--Operetta practice begins. ZTML:-ite hours for T. H. S. students tonite. FINAL EXAMINATIONS TOMORROW! ! I! Alas!! 28-Finals -- Cram - Headaches 29-Revenge is ours!! lVe beat a score of 25-20. Take that!! old man!" 30-VVell, we beat Merced, too. so bad. - Oh dear! Modesto by "So's your 19-15. N-31 FEBRUARY gives new are green. 26-6 in our Freshman party, even if they Basketball game with Manteca, favor, ot' course! tonite 12-25. Oh Well we can't lose very many. Feb. l.0-National Guard Organized. One! Two! Three! Four! Now we'll see some soldiers around the campus. Feb. 12-One calamity happened today. Oak- dale beat us in basketball 12-25. Foiled! Feb. 1.4-Ukulele craze! Marian Senter started it and now they are all bringing them to school. Feb. l6-lloys have to start stripping for Gym. Aw Coach hate ou no feelin s" A 1 , ' y s . Feb. 19-Some more revengefll! Vlie beat Mod- esto again!! :ZH-10' Not bad. Eh wot? Feb. 26-Junior play. "Bah" sure was keen, and the play too was a. huge success. l9-DECEMBER-25 Zyyffijf X A it , , "T- 'V' . - 'i:5.t.:'5 k'::::?:, . - K. : - ' - 1 Ears or FE Low5 SPROUT- EU WHISKERS FOR 1-HE cHRl5'rMAS PAC-EAN-r se! 19'JANU A RY-26 ' .ek fd Q N w v 4 l I 1. - Oun FIRST REVENGE we BEAT Moosevo uw- rwo snsrcfvantt QAME5. 19-FE BRUARY-2 6 W1 ex as v 2 V K' J S ff. o O f , Q ' 'a 'iff ' - f, '- Xk if I f I ToNI7l'P?4lN5 W .4 ..ee::s:s:s:s:s:::s:':s2i , , -P-fa ,, ,,! BI NXTH E UMM LAux,r?PoBfEEl5 YRON Nouw was 5 - pro Smoxs mvn GET SIC K-Hfomf Page l"orty-oigli 1 'yi' ' R l.. ll. , .' f' fl: . , Y .. 1.1. , ,ty - -. l 1 . 1'-...,..t! .'--.:1.l.....ll--1... , . - -Q 5 .. '- -- MARCH March 6-Well, the Art Exhibit and "Midsummer Nightfs Dream" certainly were the t'berries," We all thought that Sterner looked natural with the donkey's head on. At. least every one recognized him. March 11-Handsome man contest on. Now is the men's turn to powder their noses. 19' MARCH" C' 9' 2 6 115 ff . I fi'-...- ,,-- tif' 1 D I ,. I. .7-. ,. ,Ll A in 1 r 4 .M il -T' ew nf. , A March. 12-Some more revenge!! Beat Modesto in baseball. 3-1 Atta ol'e fight! March 13-Beating them in everything. Beat . the same crowd in track. 16015 to 8392. Mg! ff Easy meat!!! tMeetJ 'f March 17--Turlock Boy's Band organized. ,151 March 20-Another victory for us, as usual. Wfe ' jg bt-at Hollister in Tl-ack. sun to slw. , 'Cui March 27-Baseball, too!! Hilmar 7, Turlock 10 ,til Eff Not so bad. D U is APRIL O R ?ECOND Rfvsnce M irq April l-We fool the faculty and have our les- Was- ol-'R V'C TOR!-'5 Ig' sons. IN T F? ACK -1- '! April 1-l-Muriel and Katherine Houser show us -if . tg.-QQ how to debate. LQ April 16-Operetta went over swell! Hot stuff! 1- 9 ' A P R I L- , 2 6 '53- Apri122-L. A. Bibile Institute Glee Club gave -gli concert. They were very good-. Q 1 ADril23--'l'u1'lock Girls's Tennis Teams succes- , ,L Ui! S l'Ll 1. 9 ll , n rj" April 26-eBoy's 1Veek. Very busy l'or the boys. hmm' l-: Girls didn't quite agree with it, but they ww Uftul managed to live through it. fi'- ,Ql April 30-Cornerstone laid to our new building. 1 Excellent 1J1'0g1'l1!1l. A l-Lf lid? May .-.-lhe A, Capella Choir g1ves concert. Ser- - . ,za- ,QQ eral alumni. ol' T. U. H. S. in it, so it could - not help but be good. O May 7-Mary Shimmon places fourth in Orator- h O fififl 1271 ical, at Sacramento. I 11:15. May R-State track meet at Los Angeles. l1Ve ' " fel -E-ff congratulate Vierra. A ,PE P 'T A " May l3HHi Y's enteriaigfr Girl Reserves. ,O QW May 14-Miss Hill and iss Goode tell us they ,., , ', 0,4 -, ,, , B, are going to China next year. '':'EEa33'E?'3'Z7'3::"':9"'55"'is May 15--Relay Carnival at San Jose. Turlock ' ' SCOFGES two points. 1 9' LJ U N E . 2 6 f-.NX ffjf May 16-Miss Rutherl'o1'd Wears long sleeves to xii avoid sunburn. Its a secret. Uust a brides- -'V , , ,s gl maid. J ,. fgg, May 118-Miss Concklin announces that she's A " leaving. too. Wedding bells'?? 'O f A-7 .ggi May 22-We win the county track meet. Now my A 23 QQ the cup is cinched Oakdale. . Efflj JUNE E- Q ,-'gl -5:51 .Tune 1 ---- -Entering our last month. Come on va- A f-25 A figs, ,S cation, we need you, F? ' June 5-Junior-Senior Banquet. Lots ot' cornpe- ' ' gfffif -,ll tition when it comes to eating and getting , Q3 fffiffi LN! dates. , X 5 ' E giigiiggf .Tune 6---llaccalaureale Services. -J H51 June T-Exams!!!! Oh, well, this is the last 1 " '3' N for 'three months. 1 To"!'l"'-1 June ll--Commencement. The class ol' '26 is -4-I now in the cold, cruel world! S0 long every- Q HE JUNIOR- SENIOR body! See you next September! B Fl N Q UE T WA5 g x 'HJ Larry Englesby '29 jo C I eff-11579 C C E Y V Il' 1 if f l Prtfrc Forty-ninc Y ff '15 H.-.-'rf-T'1'-f' :,-'!f?35ir35fl'+T-,mrs-411: . 'F ' 1--- -- . -. ,f t .--- ff - 4 . l 'fin' fl" TT'3fgl"51f'.' ' U 7154 f -, . n'T?fQ,1 Falling Asleep And Awakening A 1 Alflllll-illlll Wllll the g':1tl1e1'1r1g: clouds A 'feelhig' ol: depression c-reeps over me. Soon, il few drops of l'ZllH full lig'l1'rly on the roof, They i11c1'ez11se, until, .'xf'f'UlllIlP1I1ll'll by the shrill, wl1i11i11g' wind, they 'form il g'rz11l1111l C-l'l-'Sf'lf'llll0, Lezuling' to the Q'l'i1ll4l C'lllll2'lX ol' 21 weird symphony- A A ghostly echo of Tndiun war drums. Q The i1Xl"FlllI10SS ol' it 111:1g'11i'fies itself to giga111'1iw proporlzious, Ste-udily lllilltlllg' Z1 sharp tattoo 011 my dis,- quieted Spirit. l 21111 lil'lQlllQQllE4l, and R1et1'ea1ei11g from the unknown, I suddenly l'ind myself at the edge of il ter1'ihio abyss. A Sllllllljlll- Then-- Olilivion. ll lJz1wn-:.111d l', uwzxkening witl1 the light, . Rise 'l'rom my depression Into ll world of XVOl1fl0lf'l:ul quiet, As tll01lQ,'ll the peace of G-od Had hushed the storm within my body, Leaving El sulmliiue liuppiness, The intoxicating joy That l can ffllll0lf the discord within me, Attain the desire of my being, A, soul in lizxrmony with El spring' uiorning. At 11ig2,'l1t-tlle storm, ln the l1l0l'I1lHg-llllk? blue sky, birds, and il happy heart! Such are the blessings of sleep. Na.rjorie Sward '26, img: Fury A Winter's Dawn The O2'lI'lY morn was eolcl mul rainy, llevoiil ot even il suggestioii ot light To llQl'2lttl the z1ppro:1el1ii1g- chiwn. .liiYt'!'y'XX'll0l'9, hlack objects were silhouettecil zxgaiiist il i5lilf'li0l' sky. ltlxeept for the soft putter ol' rain The worlcl seemed lifeless. As tho' pzirzilvzeal with tear ol' its own 11tter clarkness. Then, without warning' The sky burst into flaune. ltlveu the houses took on that remlflish tint which is K'0l'lllIl0ll of tires The wl1ole worhl had been iLl'iII1il?0l'lll91't Sl1tltl9Tllf', swiftly, lflrom Pl hlaek in11nimz1te object lnto il colorful, living thing. 1 'llhe sky alone was Z1 picture- A stumlv in 'iililllll-'-lllit' rose and silver. The artist was passiiig quickly between and hehiiul f-loucls A huge hull ot' fi re whieh paused tor just an instant lVit.hin tl flilllltl ot fi2lg,Q'Qtl, silver clouclsg As tho' jiilllflllg' with lovers of beauty Ancl then, when nearly within their ,Q,'l'i1SP, To pass hehincl another cloud A1111 instantly 1'ez1ppez1r, more resplenrlent, more clesirulmle, Costuniecl in gohl from the tabled pot at the enml of the l'21ll1lN1XV. lflven the l't1ll11ll'ODS ceased their putter :Xs tho' in reverelice and awe of The bezuitv ot tl1e dawn. .XII too quickly was this vision of loveliness failing. Alrezuly it haul partially clisz1ppez1red Beliinil that large, black vloufl, the canopy of heaven. Anil the liriggglxt color ot' the Eastern sky 0llklI1g'PKl to Z1 cleep, mlurk grew As the sun 1lis11ppez1red from view. The ruin he,qz.1i1 z1g'z1i1t1, redouhlecl now-- As tho' even the heavens niourneml the loss OI" that pieture whieh haul iliaulecl and gone, The vision lllllllilll artists would never paint. Nothing was left now hut il ineniory .Xml the sky ilgillll tM?4'ZllllG eohl and l'o1'l1icl1li11g. I":lg1p- l"Ifl3'-Om: Gift Of The Past Should we always face the Future lVith our 'hacks upon the Past, Counting' not the Pastk good fl'GilS11l'O lt with bounty on us oust? .YlAl'lFt heeziuse some look with sighs Baek upon the rond of Time Need we veil it from our eyes? lit has iuessaiges Supreme. Her experience is our treasure, And their result 21 niessage cries. 'We van use them for the Future ll' we will not cloSe our eyes. Frances 'XYa1'cts '26, Dream Land fl, ani a dreamer of dreams All night, all day I float o'er phantom Streams And Search where'er fl inuy. For Beautiful Tliouglits are my oarsinen, Funny us iny guidog And uriued with idle hours 'llhru' unknown worlds we glide. Blissfully we penetrate things that will he lVhen our vug'nhoml days are gone And a. desire arises within me 'llo wander on and on. 'llo wander on thru' the ages Diselosiiig' the infinitek theines And eventually beeonie Vf1Q2llJCJ11i.l.H21QQ1iS . For ll, znn Z1 dreamer of dreams. Marjorie Swurd 'Z26. Pu ge Fi fty - 1' wo E if P-Q M ,:.1i,-X f win ' WML WWII nM Myanlgfymx W HQWWWBTM we WWW wwmfyjwl m'k"-22M'?m,11kSHs,L . , :E f .gl , "'.' 1 ' ' "1 ' I fn " A ' ff'--'Jw .,...-2 fpf:. I--:if5Ls?f- -24- 1 " R W fukin 1f1,zfT. ,ff?E1BfJLJng 1 X f . , . . V w ' ' ' 1 - -. Y-- - '- - --1.4. -, 4. A I I - N... .-.... ,. 1 2-aagh- an f.-....--gf?-f-ggi -21 --AH -:. 1 r -:,'::4L::-zfliayzeigzg-:QZQA . .Tl ..f ... -- , L5aLL-.:- 5. .E 42. 4.4.1,-.anggzei-L.rgq'5:-' ' -: : ba :--S Lge-,hir '1 V - ' , .,.. g..,g1fj:2'i"'g,:,,.. .l.,, . ,i j is fv L ? f XXxN'f'w 60029' an -WAN mr -SS 1- 9. V 1' 1: 51- 9: in TAL' L E gi A im. f Sf . 5 z 'xxun ' s " 'L 'M L -me qwgwiuwf 9? 1 -:.,, ,V S ,. dr' W .J . 54 1' N m A1 ' W i m: 1 9 In ,ul '73 lljfqam I V FT' fi? Q. A wnurw ymwa 1 w lm W ,E ' 1i1rg.U4nn,K, g.nLA IJ. -' I L! 'IH H LA ' I ' IHIIQIIII l l ' lx' My 3 I5 . 'PD' I! wp Ln ll- J Q '1 I X 1 ,I'I'. WIT :gg il ggi EF ,Tl Q xwiw Li- ,' , ' J I Th ,IHLEW J' X WW I l L "I nw 'QM 'V QE 'iyM9l,f WW i ' V'iiMf WI N53 w g 'F J .MY.l!55iflc'I1'Q ll ' 'll' fy M i' X 4 yy' , sl , 1 , f frf .W H, M Q FUh'1 1' wfw 1' ?'Q " 1"1 ,I IJ ' WH 1 H7 '19 lin L Mk ygf Awww X. f VRGAHIZATIVH5 l l , t l Honor Scholarship Society CHAPTER 75 CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION 1st .A.lIlllllS. Clara Berg'stedt, ltlllcn Booth, Audra Iirockway, Alleine Cameron, Emery Carlson, Clinton Collwurn, VVayne Crowell, Gladys Crowell, Joyce DeYoung', Edna Erdman, Francis Fallis, Dorothy Foslierg, Raymond Gilman, Donna Gomez, Ethel Gomez, Henrietta Goularte, Silvina Jones, Roberta Keith, Helen Knutson, Caroline Meade, Marvel Nr-lson. Daisy Nelson, Olga Rttdin, Kezia Senior, llfarian Sjoizren, Ehlia Swartl, Marjorie 'l'ornell, Linnea lilendorffer, Iizlith XVatls, Francis Xvells, Mable lVf-stlake. Star Quarter Enrollment for 1925-1926 Anderson, La Vone 2nd Adams, Plara Adams, Lucille De Young, Edna Foote. Alive Foslierg, Raymond Goularte, Silvina Hauser, Catherine Johnson. Dorothy Jones, Roberta Knutson, Caroline Nelson, NVeslcy Olson, Evelyn Pierron, Elsie Huflin, Ethel Hndin, Kezia Senior, Marian Shinnnon, Mary Siem. Margaret Swanson, Delight Sward, Marjorie Swenson. Alfred Utendorfft.-r. Edith Xlfestlalce. Star Xlfindsor, Esca, Yugo, Lilly Anderson. lla Yone 3rd Adams, Clara Adams, L.uc'ille Allen, Rita Anderson, La. Vone llerr1.:ren, Elsa Dahlgren, George De Young, Edna Fallis, Thelma Foote, Alljte-,gr Gonlart ef. 'igillxllllll Johnson, Daisy Johnson, Dorotlly,11'f- Jones. Roberta '3'Eii1 Knntsen. Caroline Meade. Cora. Nelson, Olga Nelson, XVesIuy Oxlisho. Mary Olson. Evelyn Pierrou, Elsie litxdin. Ethel lindin, Kezia Shimnion, Mary Str-rner, Ellsworth Swanson, Delight, Swat-rl. Marjorie Swenson, Alfred Tyra, Beulah Utendorffer, Edith NVatts, Francis xvllllllllljil. Virginia XVestlake. Star XVICHSKVOIII, Doris Hfilliams, Betty Vlfilliams, Billy Xl'indsor, Esrjut Yuge. Lilly i' i ' 5 7'1,p.f ,Lf . ,tp . x ' ""- - l it ,- . 4th Adams, Clara. - Adams, Lucille Allen, Rita Anderson, La, Vone liergstedt. Ellen Bernard, Ethel Carlson. Clinton Decker, Maynard De Youmr, Edna l-'all'is, Thelma Foote. Alice l4'oslzerp.:, Raymond Goularte, Silvina Johanson, Carrie Johnson, Daisy Johnson, Dorothy Jones, Roberta Knntsen. Caroline Klint., Evelyn Meade. Cora Nelson, Daisy Nelson, Olga Nelson, VVOsley Odisho, Mary Olson, lilvelyn Ott, Clarence Pierroti, Elsie liudin. Ethel liudin Kezia Shimmon, Mary Seim, Margaret Sjogren. Ehba Stermer, Ellsworth Swenson, Alfred XVatts, Katharine XVeillnn'g, Virginia XVestl,lerg, Helen XVestlake, Star lVindsor. lilsca 1 XVort'esler, Lana L Page Fifty-three ta. N ' - I A " i " Simi , we '- Q L 1, we 1. l , il 1 -- l l .l W , l W l ii 1 7 .-. ,V , l vnvivnvf or A First Row-M. NVells, M. Siem, M. Kurz, Miss Crilser, Ailviseltvid. llootli, M. So.-n'ter.' lf. Erdm:-in. Second ILL-w--.l. Crowell, Y. Neer'lh:un Al. Sward, G. Ockeu, E. Leedom, 1'resicleul, M., Strese, L. Muzwzwoll, H. Keith, ll, XVesl.l-ery. 'Phiril Row-A, Marlin, M. Young, lil. SJO3-Yl'0i1, H. Sonnffiq. M. Sullixvm, E. 1'i4.-rro. Y. N:-edhzim, H. Klint, S. XVesll:ikc. "Peppers" ln spite of the fact lllill The Peppers lmve heen organized only two years, they have heuonie an estuhlislied part of Turlock Hi. The Club is eoniposed of twenty-foiir Junior and Senior Girls, who. under Miss Critserls supervision, have taken nn active part in all school QVCIIIIS. Following El precedent set hy lust yez1r's lllQlIllD9l'S, we gave the Turlovli and Modesto Footlmll boys ai 'lllialilisgivilig' dinner after the last Q'2lll'lG of the season. The Student Body deserves much credit for our heing ahle to give the dinner sinve they helped finunve it. Un Miss Critser's lll1'l'llll?,lY the cluh helped her cfelehrzite hy sur- 1Jl'lSll1Qf 'her with ai picnic' lunch in one ol! the high school rooms. On Saint Putric-lz's Day, Miss Critser gave the Peppers il lovely party. .lGverytl1ing :ihout it was truly' Irish 'lil'0lll the HNVG2ll'i11, of the Green" lo the l'9fl'6Slllll0l1tS. At the close ol' each sehool term, oflieers are elected for the coni- ing year. Those holding' offices this year were: lihmna Leedom, Presi- dentg lirzlce Uckon, x,lI'Q'-Pl'HSlllL?11lQ Mary Strese, S-.+c'1'eta1'y-Treusurer . andYel11'1a Needham, Sili'Q,'GZl11t-ill-ill'IIIE. llrzwe Oeken '26. Page Fifty-four I , .W xx 7' V I-jrfffr. , ,.,HV,5,:.!QV'1 15,5 , wk .'. .. -N " L, ' Y , " f i First How-P. Booth: R. Knutseii: M. Stark: C. Parlquist. Second Row-C. Geer: 13. Libby: S, Parkeet: .I.'O'Hrien, President: R. Purdin: C. Ott: L. Leedom. Third Row-V. Thoruherfr: C, Andrews: M. Thornton: H. Quigley: L. Jarkson: J. Kimzeyg E. Hallslonrr, A. Swenson. , " Bow Wows " T A group ot' High School boys organized in 1923 to support ath- letics and to vreate pep at all sehool affairs. They aceomplislied their purpose then, and after three years are still upholding these principals. During the current year, house meetings were held for a two-fold purpose, namely, to transact the business of the organization and give the "brothers" an opportunity to get together socially. In looking over the scliool's activities we find that the Bow Wows have played a prominent part. They have claimed Clarence Ott as Associated Student Body President and Maynard Stark as Chief Justice of the Student Body Court. In athletics they claimed Cap- tain Knutsen, Kimzey, O'Brien, Carlquist and .l'a.okson from football, Captain Kimzey and five others from basketballg Captain Swenson, Geer, and 'Kimzey from tennis, and Greer and Thornberg from base- ball. The Bow Wows are proud of these boys! It was with sad hearts that the ten Senior members laid aside their hats, pins, and sweater emblems and left the ranks of the organization. Joe O'Bri,en '27. Page Fifty-five .- -4,-'vfn' - i " qw My f - - Q I, ,. l 1' 9j il. M? 'Gif .1 1, 11 3 1 W ..i1"1 lv X- V . 52 lf W9-, ,Q 131: . 171 1. lv? l 1'r1 1 -. -1 llisll 11.1.11 xl. A .521 1 QA , .D itll, if-J no r LGT l.L'xi, il, H 'Excl ykf l ffl' l l1 L l 19 nl .ff l 153-' A 51 PEW: Pgfgff 11: fl .4 I liz.:-i ,1l.gJl 51.5154 ,Qfl i Vbvig 'lE'i'1 F-25- Lfllff-I 'ljsl Li' J' l Fil ,Q 11 ll-Qi liffj liziil 1 o . 11- ii iii-ll 1 1 ' 051 51 Lil'-gil l if-1 nb. ,-L L ,ll hyr A 1.11, 'Oyll .52 E 1 11 X X ji' I . iff'-"--T,,,'-ef. . - -3. fa.-f-:1?7"2 '11-. -lv'-ff, -,f .-71. .... ,, -, 4- 3 1 ,X 1 g,..1, l.. fz. l 1 11.5.1-jfy A"-5,5351 f,-1:9211 nil l l l," 1. V 11111--I ,A :LL .vf.l111f,.1.,41.1,i-',5' 1,15 aj.-, 1- Y., 1 -:J-F-. ...:..:::4v, we. .. 1.1---g r.-- :iff-i'.1L12 bw-:.S 'N LA' ': A'-wJ....-A' LJ...-N ':...1,1:g.1-:tim :'.,4:z:iL4-:. l ' L-.L .1 Lf. '. ,'f:..1'.e.1 11 'Ql 'JG-lfj W..-L, :1 , . ,551 ff. 1.-1 ' .11 ,J V . W " A 3. V i fi? . N 1 - - 1 V ,V , .Q 1 5 1 ' ' LQ' i -. 1 . . ,,,i,, " vial HJ.. .X 2 'N 1 , fi 11 1 1 -r.. 1 ag.- 1 ll ' H l. il. 112 ilij 1 " , it 1, 1 : W wig Q if 1-75' 1 5, 'L11 ' . - ,, . i 1' 1: W Lp . BQ 11 ' ,. . 11,11 . . 'vii Q iii'll?ii - ' 2' if 1 gr F. ., 11 mi.. 1231, . . R .V , . 312 , .ar 1, . 11 1 E19 All 1 ,L 1 -A ll. . . ' 71' 1. ' ll' 1 ii" ' Ivan , X., ., 1 af-wa , W1 1' . . . , Q53 Girl Reserves . . 135 lhe 0111-1 imieserves is not zi, new orgiiiiizalion in the school. Tir: 3 pnrpose is "TO FIND AN'lJ'-.iilfl-'VE 'll'lrl'lli'BEST',. The clulm sizirteil off this year with lfll'l'lSll week" in order to enlzirge its lTlGl1'll.JGl'SlllD. ffl. .A- In October, the Girl Reserves presented giTl1e Tzirning of Qlilor- rorsfl This play which was given hefore the Stuileni' Body, uncler l 1 1 the supervision ol' Miss XXYllllfIl9y, zifforilecl niuvh aniuseineni to both the auuliencfe and tlll?'f'ElSt. In honor of the new leaulers, Bliss 'Hfestwoocl and Miss Hill, the Bozirfl of Allvisers 0llfl'1'lI?1lIlP4l the Girl Reserves at the 1lOl'll6 of Mrs. R. F. Vfells. 4 l ' Recently, the following' offieers were QlGClQl-ftlglXv6lllli1'NQQillliUil, P1'esic'lentg Marie Sullivan, Vice-Presicleiitg Edith' 'Ut9HllOl'lil!01', See- retaryg Doroiliy lileairmlswortli. Treusurerg Glaulys C'l'OXi'9llQi Siiviail Agigv Cliuiriiizmg Ma1'gz1ret Siem, Pl'OQ.','l'dlll Cliairiiiaiiig'Nililreil liiilrz, Ser- VlC'9Cl121i1'1112l11. 7 " " 1 ' T linstallatioii and initiation was very efl"ec1tive tlilifsi rear ll1lllQl"tllO leuclersl1ip of Miss Hill, witli, the forinei' lf'1'eSiile11t':'Joyve Crowell pre- Siil,i11,Q,'. The girls '1'QSOlVGll,T0 'llfii zlliiluiiizilie ihe lilekt twelvenioiitlis more successful than ever hy living up io the imllezils 'f111d principals 1 ' Y 4 "" 52 ' ol the club. Nildreil Ixurz '21 . Page Fifty-six ii.. , , VJ w,,.., ,, ,, , , ,E ..H-.,.,,-. .. . -. ..1. Q7 , 1, .rf--.1 1 -,fl - Lf.. ' f'1LT1f" M T 1. .- .M M,,,,,pW, .. .-- . ,,.,w,-.,. .11 .1 ,S .,, , x ,rl 5.4 A is f"' ' ww. 12"f11'T'.7ff"F'f fu 'CEL' V171-l'?'i': 1 F-fs 'H"'f'2'I1:'- .size-, ff .I "ff-l fi ' , , -i:ffl1,fQ2fL42LQ. f'-.."'-lf.H-1:..q-- -'19is'.,'YQ,:!fi1fQQ7GEiE Lrg. fl'i2'.' flsilpi em' " ' ix-" 'elif 2515 QF lux ,ff,, - f fy 593 J' F6331 ,gl ffl Ulf 'fill :L gil N fl'-l w ff?" isis 34 5- A li! ' l 112.1 ,ful l L-ff iii l Q24 Ji' -'if 11251 . li ' ,-5 1 1 51' ,g W. , fi Stl l ts -- V V AL 4 ,ver 333 -5 Inf 'gr Hi Y ill' ' wif? :PK-A . . 7 , . . . . E' his The Turlock H 1.-N was llamllc-uppeml at the llC,Q,'ll'1HII1Qf ol' the E453 school year 1925-1926. The leader and all hut 'Four of the old members Heli had graduated or moved awuv. Consequentlv, almost all of the f11'St 3-291 'J . . ' . ' . F' semester was spent 111 votmg' m new members :md SGlQCtl1l,Qf an ad- X3 visor. Rev. Samuelson was seler-ted as leader. He has attended al- gjg most all of the meetings amd taken an interest in all ol' the Z1CflVltlt-ES , of the cluh. Munv new 'Jeosmle were voted in and there were about aff twenty ucftlve members at the semester eleetlon. At this tune Chester gf' Strese was chosen President, Hugh Boies, Vice-Presideutg LII1llSEly Arthur, Secfretalry and Pedro lllstrerzm, Treasurer. During the year the club went to Z1 numher of banquets as guests of other H1-X cluhs. To repay these hosts a county banquet was ,343 '.' . ,fl gg sponsored hy the Turlock H1-Y and held at the Baptlst church on 311' . . WEL, Lx Aprll twenty-fourth. . These activities seem to show that the Hi-Y has succeeded in Spreading' an atmospllere of 4-lean sports, clean speech, clean SCllOli1l'- t.Vg,l , ' . . . ' . A. X shi 3 and clean IIVIDO' throufrlnout the school and CO1IlIl1ul1lt f. if 5. 7 rv rr I Q yylex, gli Ma ard Stark '26. 'ight W, . A15 :El gf! gi-'X-. s -J, H-M' gg P:,n,g'e Fifty-seven . ' rr uf y 9--ls --rv-Us -1 .lf-:vu .41-HH: 'W' :'vf""1f":-' f .4111 mr. 1 ""'r-"n"l" vw- ir' " 1 "" 'f 'fn"w1b2?'lf3"i5'?'l'vlllM:ll 225 X9 wail . . Z. 1-'ei iii? i , 'M'Ff N '52 .A rub" 2514357 ' rl F- L my I l fifh -lil "iff ,ii M Q "' " .,.1' .gf Q1 . Efii siiw ik W le pw V -71' k i. .f'l qw. ,-. k . .wg 5, '1-1 ,. fs: n- l , . 25.2 ' Q - , - -Q ,ff Meir ., -n . N M The French Club The Le Cerele ,l'll'i1T1l'lilS ol! '26 has been unusually uetive. liesides leawning' to muster the Freneli lauigxllugge under the direetion ol' Miss Gftlllillll, the students have put on several plays than proved to be enl'e1'taining'. The Club is divided inlo two groups. ln the first year group are lhe beginners. ln the second year group are the students who are further advanced. The plays that were put on sueeessl'ully were " Le Heder-in Malgre Lui," "L'll1n'Fz1nt hv2ll0,H several seenes from "Le Voyage le Nl. Per- 1'lI'll0I1,, and "La Seine Monte." The eundy sales on the night of the Operettzm and on the night of the HllildSll11llllG1.' Night's Dream" proved to be successful under' takings. lt has been the purpose of these sales to make enough money from fheni to buy il pl1on0,Qgrz1p'l1. This plionogruph is being' used in eonneetiou with the French lessons. Mrs. Titus and M rs. Lune halve presented a number of records to the club. A Valentine party was given by Miss lirziliaun to the members of the French Club, and as usuul she proved to be a most delightful hostess. 'Donna liilmzni '26 Page l"i fty-eight A lr. u f fl yf. l 55: ,ei 2539 if filpl .lilsl ini le? 'il lfml. .Tl I ,IQ 5 -. .2 l,.l, J 21' 5117? . li ,lo Q .x . ,lf fetal -' 1 i l JX .511 re 2 l ' W 'IMD' - I is l .le , . ,. 35,16 , , n ,A , il I' 1. ' 2 I Vp , l if ,K I ' wi I .. l, M as ,J 1 l Q ae - - l ggi ,51- . this ' -2 eff? 1 :1 ' .l' . , .. l. .il : - ,V 1 vii: 4- he , 1, 1' M ' EW :ez-on ,ME - - .... -, - . ... .. .ev Drama Club ne- Sf r Although the Paint and Powder Club has not been very active as an 0I'g'I:l-IllZZltl0l'l, the members, together with the Drama Dukes and Dandylions, have shown u great deal of interest -in tll'tUl13.lZlCS. The elub has given many ol' the entertainments before debates N-f HT L f and at assemblies. Some oi' the plays presented were: he . os 11 - -x Silk il-lat," "Dancing Dolls," "The 'Lady Loses l-Ter Hoop," "Jazz and Minlletf' and HA Matrimonial Venture." rllOQ,'GtllQ1' with the Drama elasses and lllee clubs, the club gave l the Fhristmas Pag.g'eant 'SA Night 'In Jucleaf, But the members were not confined solely to plays presented direetly by their own group. ln all the dramatic productions of the year many Paint and Powder members could be found. - The officers for the year were: Chester Strese, President, Helen Keith, Vive-President, Grace Oc-ken, Secretary, Velma Needham, A3 Treasurer. Bud Swenson was elec-ted Drama munagger and representa- as tive to the Exeeutive Committee. o ,. Audra Booth '27. Page Fifty-nine . , . f l , .1 . . 4 F in ' ' vs , . 4-lg x F. . l"AiVi,aQiTl'1fLiZV?27?f-6.35 zf'fT5u J" J'-.TV ici-if if X 1 ' F' V' f" ',Yf'Y1?'xf'Tl :rw--fffrwqx w. . TT 1' ' Y- ,gig 7 ' . as, N' sf E241 . gf 5, K7-I .4 0 5-11 ' Us ,pig .A i IT H , tl -'si l f 7 ' :YQ lg I . .1-if wi .QQ . .ts-a. .Sf . .L- -Dg-T I'f',Jf. if J 1 . l.. , va-Al 4' 'P - lf ' ,N D L 1. Qkfd lg. l :NW 'J f- 1 . f.. it, tn' " . :.:. Q5 ,dr -X, . , H. 3 www .IM li 3 . ., ,ew :L j 4 U25 . , 'Srl Mfr, lj., , - 1, S2153 '? ' 'L1....' lffif .kvg on v 1 .-. X' . . - Vs, ytfe 5,517 ' First. Row--A. J oh nson. Il. Jones. X". Alvers, G. Crowe-!l, President : A. Brotfkway. L. Anderson, H. Uarret. Second llow-1'-1. Mahon, IJ. Shooh, V. XVarlum, E. Utendorffer. U. if 1515, Allen, J. Pierre. Hen. gl 1' Prior to this year the Drama Club has bee11 the only organization KL of its kind in the school. Its membership was made up primarily of ll?-. Juniors and Seniors. As a result two new Junior organizations have pf been formed to take care of the lower classmeng namely the Drama A-" . Dukes and the Dandy Lions. L53 The latter group was organized last October with the following '.,, Officers: I ' y President. ............ b ........ . Gladys Crowell Vice-President ........ Edith Utendorffer Secretary .......... ....... X lleine Brockway 5:15 Q05 Treasurer ................................ Leo Shooh VE 1 Adviser ,.....,....,...................... Miss Goode W The Club had spent most of the year creating' interest within itself egg gli and trying' to secure a good tinancial bac-king. ffm, 0 . . . , . ' , . Uv . fl 'lhus the outward manifestation ol itselt has necessarily been yt limited to one production. lt sponsored the "Bird's Cliristmas tw ru Carol," which was presented before the Student Body a few days .5 cf I - . ,' lei? beliore Christmas. tl' I Gladys Crowell' 28. 1. Cf. 673' c ' ' - , ' gi P11 ge Six 1.3: jg ' .xx , VX: if e i . ' if . "i, ,V f . "Ara,".'7'?qg'1-jjf 4,5 '1 -'r nffj wx, fo., , "' js H- 'f-4,-. 'Ffh ,i"'7 fn" .es W ' " .-'ylj-N K-'yy-if -vffzaiqt' i iififii ll if "lW 'QT2,l , ,K A. .1 .,g 'll ,Kg ,I -'A .1 :X Q- T? L 11. FM .. FCI in 'f A f,l-oefoiielf . .lf f!':P' is v W 552' , l 'fr-X 1 H l E55 'ITT' -v-' ,L-1: gi yi, W , T39 hiflll If?-f' Fil, FT A F191 F 'VQ hfqfr lf X l.-EE' .'t-l 1 'fi 4. xfif Fi rst Row-J . 'Fay lor, G. Tren l'. R. 1":x1'lceet, XV. Shaw. L. Engl eshy. Second Row--'V. , Y Johnson, F. Norvel, M. Gust a fson, M. C'rai1.:', E. Uergren. President: D. Converse, R, Hale. l""' E, Bernard, N. NS' arlum. Third Row-D. Johnson, M. Gri eve, F. John son, L. Elliott, M. flwj Xvirtner, D. Swanson. IF. Jones, E. Goto!-ed, C. Dixon. Foux-Lh Row-G. Hensley, C. Thomp- 1--55 son, F. Larson, R. Haine, L. Abbey. E. XV:xssum, E. Marlin, V. Wielherg, M. Peterson, E. Olson, L. Sarmet, D. VVic'ks1rom. f ,U 'N Lim, . . . . . W True to JUNIG Worn tl'i11lltl0TlS the Class of '29 came here falrly E-SEQ, fg: . . . ,ogg agrlow Vlfltll the emerald hue. But the emerald dlssolved 1n the sun- fs-5' - E . ' . . . . . f-51 55252 hght of experlenee and revealed an ll'1SOlllblQ c-rystal, hrlght wlth ' 15. . .' , . ' , -. ' ' lm gl0ll0llh rl0lllPY9lll0lltQ. gif' LOOkl1lgI Into thls vrystal one sees the Ol','ILU'llZtLtlOI1 of the Drama Mfg Dukes as an 0lltSf2l1lt'lll1Q' ll,C'lllGYOlllQ11'f. . ' This Dramatic Club was organized for the purpose of stimulat- P225 ing' interest in l'l.l'2llllil1LlC'S. Any memher of the .FIQSIIIIIQU Class was L L dee-la1'ed eligible for membership. At the Ol',Sl'iL1llZ21tlO1l lll0Gtll'lQ,' Elsa ' V . , 1"s2 V32 Berggren was elected President, XX' alter Shaw, Seeretaryg gand George fi., " n 4 pu lv .J ,bf Dahlgren was given C'llZ1l'g'P of the flnzxncfes. 1.02, Miss Aclsit has worked Very hard as club adviser and the sue- cess of all our l1l14lOl't2lklUQ'S was greatly due to her efforts. . . ,. . . - W", ,901 Thls 1s the fll'St 2l111'l1VGl'S2ll'Y ol the Drama Dukes and We are sat- QQ lo., isfiefl with what we have aeeolllplislzed but hope that even a higher . ' . KV gg. goal may he reavhed m the years to Come. ,. KAL - Elsa B9l,'0'0'1'G11 '29 Wg 11205, - . .. 55 . . F0 i iw 15555 c?f5: Page Sixty-one 5, . , . , 1 lflim pw ff- f .,r,f,-: ,. l. -, .W :f f-? J , -' -L Hz: -1 ff-1-fvqh '-fe-111 a'f'f"'f':., 1? V l' at U ,Y xv Y , f MM, 'LZ'.': , '4- . 'L . f 'E,,,',: , ,mfg ' 1, .-1.. ' h 1 ORCHESTRA-Tfrolll Row-L. Shoob, L. Keneup, D. Crane, E. XNUISSLIIII, M. Thompson, 1. Meyers, C. Samuelson, XVI11. Fernzuldfre. Se-Cond Row-A, Adams, S. Harris, R. Jones. I-1. Barrett, C, Chnelo, T-I. Smith, C. 17G"I'lHlT1df3S, Miss Crezlzar. Director: E. Gaddy, C. Kilroy, C. Oldfield. D. Kilroy. LARGO ALLEGRO-R. Torosizux, J. Rickeulmcg-her. Second Row-XV. Kurz, A. Adams, D. Wirtner. W. Fernandes, M. Strese, H. Keith, E. Ucr'm.cr011. Third Row-L. Shooh. M. Thompson, E. YVusson, H. Sountag, D. Beardsworlh, G. Gnddis, C. Fernandes. Fourth Row-- F. Siem, D. Crane. L. Moon. A ,. M ,J mx,--..-.f.-,---1.. A .... , .,...-- ,., ,,.,.,,f.-S, ,,.', 1,' -, -,',. , .,.! 5 5 .,, ,. I ,I A I R y , ,WW 'A.'I1un.f. Q C1 xy 5' 43,1 -...v,9l,r,, ' Slam: ' '- L-QM '. ' WH, : 64 - 4. , ,UM A. v-,-.1 ,,,, .A M , .3 . 'Jw ,,- Y ,-w..., , . 1-'11 me Sixty- two ,y , K. -xi, -ei- .ff 7 , .jv- 'AIU wgx. .V -5, ,I 24. . 5 L. J., , ,.-I' , 3... .5 3 ,QQ-a M? JS- -'nz wg, . ,T . fri, TV f 2,3 Ex: Xp. 1- . .ggi 1 'S , sg!- A r g. 'ii' 'f LHS: ' 4 W 1 Q La' 51-" ,V if 1 Fi, ,sf 3,5 -. .km . Cf. xx i. . M ii B Le :Tu iii 1 F i Y 1 v, iq, Aw V' X: v . V VJ. ' 141 ,. Li-Q ii ' if-"F , 1111 . .i GlFiL'S GLEE CLUB-Firsl I-low-li. Mi--rrill, Y. Maxon. M. Sullivan. I-L Torosizm, E lil'i'lH.2'l'lIll XY. Kurz. Scvond Huw-H. lin-grslrnlll. If. Nurvell, Ii, Lee-zinxlx, M. Grieve, G U4 i. 'J. -kc--n, M. Hire-sc-. M. Siem, I. I-iunss-r, A. Johnson, I.. l'uu-rsuii. Third How-M. Shimniun -rson, IC. Nivwx, I". .lone-s, E. Yminix, H. Sonntayr, G. Lillyquisf, IC. Golnez. L. Kessler P014 .lohnson. lfmirfh How-IJ. S01-fl1l'. Y. Wnrlum, ll. XX'i1'1iwi'. Y. Milf-hull, Y. Jones, E Ilklilml. M. .Xlh-n. M. Mntsmi, G. Gufldis. MIXED CHORUS-First Row-M. Decker. H. Torosizm, U. Cxilkins. Second Row-IVI Nlhen. U. N1-lsmi, H. Sonnt:n.:, Miss l'rv:igm', Advise-1': fx-I. Strcsv. M. Grieve, E. Merritt. lhird Row-I-', 'Ti-iyri-ro, J. Lawson, G, Novo. L. Fiorini. Y. XVif'kSll'0fH, C. Yheddie, V. Nhirk, H. Huy. - P:L,:'e Sixty-Ll1x':-4-2 . ,vfi I. 4 N ef-7 fe ,--e-V. ' 4 5 ip-: 'Q 11 iiiil 3 ,e 1, ff -,V , Rifle Club Organizations have been steadily iuereasin,Qg as the result of overflowing- enthusiasm found in the students of the Turlock Higli School. The latest addition has been the Rifle Club. Under the ex- eellent supervision of Mr. Miellee plus the interest of the students, this orejanization is destined to become one of the most prominent in in the school. Mr. Netiee has obtained a great deal of knowledsre in this field. He is a member of the National Coast Guard and has held office in this Guard for several years. The National Guard just reeently established a branch in Turlock. Because of Mr. h'loGee's eonneetion, the sehool Rifle Club has been privileged with the use of its range. This is an indoor range in whieh 1 22 Calibres are used. An outside 'ange east of Denair has been seleeted bv the members of the Rifle Club. On this ranfre 30 Calibre . . A Q s u n , SDl'111,Q,'fIGltl rifles will be used in target shooting. These ranges have been inspec-ted and highly reeommended. So it is an inevitable possibility that our school will enter i11to the National matches. The members of our Rifle Club are offered many advantages, together with numerous honors. Every year the 'War 'Department of the United States grants a medal to the best marksman in each qualified elub. One who receives this medal can consider himself quite honored due to the far-t that the donation is made by sueli a high authority. Owing' to the fact that the equipment due our Rifle Club has been delayed, it is not likely that target shooting will begin before the next term. The ehartered members have directed all their efforts to make their next year a suceessful one in this line. The following members were Chosen as officers of the organization: President .................. Raymond Fosberg' Vice-Presi dent .... g ....,.... Chester Strese' Secretary ......,. LL.- .....,. l Russell Leedom Treasurer .... ..... . Maynard Stark Lindsay Arthur '27. Page Sixty- four . fy Z. -1-- , - - , , , f. ,. 1 - 4- ff, I 1:-win mg ,.,.,f:f'f.', . "'f,12fq 1,11-ew ., i1'fvn,..' 'f i . et .i 1 -.1 A . ff, ' -kv -'3"ilf 'fflglh U1 "Q Qgfgvs "i'xil'LQf2"g X -:ly , i5'Q'l'llf5 'fgf' l, l l ' MEIN Q NJ Qfsx XXX f4 XXXA 7'S' "77--7 N i 7 F1 Xgjwffw f L-mt E 1 X 4 J X 'WL +A Z II NXXMZIQJ 1 f I jf 4 I W 4 f, H - X if Il ll I X QW: Ji f'fr-. iw MEHr Ai L ' ... i ' wr4"a"',i" Il gil Liar 1 W . L ,rf ,4,IfA' ,fy Tr , ' f Q57 ' A ' 2- -Te Y 2 , V Q, ' 4'+ ,E I M 1 K A Q f Y' :EX ' :Y f '. E S Nil. 'x -Q, .f Vx, " 35:1 1--ag.N,1 , , V' . 'f-'?+:??Xi1. .A 5 41.146 A - . ix- N Q15 iligx 5115.27.32 7- 'F1'f 5-. 3 Trl.-K.,-- iq, XXV 'ff .L ' ,1.",,,g ,tiff ' -T : I 1 , f if ' ' W 5 mu Wim A f , ,F E gy ff. yzli M, , 1-x " ,Q Vi" Q 'i v' 'flWl !' ifW '3 'JI ' W ' . . ' 9' ' ' ,,-'M' 1 -x R' fn! ' glimgfmfwmw wgw. Fi f GE Apu 'M i Y ,, - : Q"',l.1 f ' Ll ' . wMmWWm1 , -f jTfd i JW Iig'T!l !: M' L "Mm .Lr Qli+:::.:5 -' W iiiwv f iffii: ifF " AI --P E "' ,- S '-Q -I, 2 V -. J, T fi '--:-'f:- A - ,Q -Q gf QT iff - ffliflv 'igvfagecga -iv b .. - ' H' 4L... WJ, -f . ,QL . 'N-zlslai. ' 5 Y 5 ,f -Z Ja C I AQTIVITIE5 'Tr XJ 1 '14 J, 1-, ,fl 5' '1 .LJ ,,- sf 3. 1 1, 1, .- Q 1 1 'J 1-1 ,I 1 1 V- lvl' mf., T- 11- 1' Ffa. "Nfl 1 "'1-'T' 1115"-Tr? fffimfgfiif 1111. -. iii? 1 N ' fl' 1, ffl iii-Tl it A ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 11 rw 1 rr' -at PM "J 1 . .1 4 wel 1 ii- if ii R Lin Elly 'X' 6 1 fi? 1.311 3 13:3 113.311 ill M. Til 1 :ffl 1 fill :fail 11211 "U Valli Q 1 1-2-11 ' P-ffl L 1 1 e V' Q:-yi' :tial o All 11, 15 peretta 21 1 -Dl'illllZltlf' p1'ocluf'tio11s of the year were lJl'OUg'llt to a siicseessful climax in the musical comemly f'Pepita," clirecteil by Miss Critser 1.53 and Miss Creager. .g-JI ,ggi No efforts were sparefl to lJl'lHg' Mexico, with all its romance, to Q91 the auclienee. The chorus of tliirty-five voices, tl1e gay and colorful 551 COStUl1l0S, the setting and lighting' effects all helped to bring about lljnf the desired effect. Fil . 1, . . . 1 . , . "'s' The story ltselt cfonslstecl ot flehghttully lHlQQl"XYOVQ11 plots, l'l1llT1O- rous incidents, and no less than three love affairs, all portrayecl by an excellent cast. gi? '.' . . - VJ Those playung' the principal parts were as follows: Pedro, an innkeeper ............................................ Harry Nystrom, Baritone KQV ' 1.1 - - - 'Y wp' M115 Felipa. lllS IlZ1llg'lll't'l' ..................... ........ B Jlsa B6l'c9,'Q,'l'GI1, Coliltralto 5,3 . ' ,RJ 355 Carlos, an outlaw ............................. ....... C hester Samuelson, Tenor tfji' A . . . . Q 315 Pepita, the Belle oli the Vlll2l,Q,'6 .................... Roxanna. TO1'OS1tl.1'1, Soprano .I 111 . . . . . ,W 5719 ,enry - e wor 1, an 1 1 Glllfklll 11 10 a1 ....................... .... e - ff' H ll tl A ll ' 1 1 ll n ie Jo 0,Pb1'1GIl 'V Jane Hepworth, his sister ................,............. ........ R flarie Sullivan XVilson, his Valet- ..,............... ............ B obhy Mahon QQ 1'.-1 . -3 lil' Romero, a Sll1'LliS.f,Q,'lQl' ..... .......... L aurel Moon, Bass fl-gs 'ffl i I ' .N T X , 1 , 79 fi' Jinx. say 1 It 1111 ..7. VH 1-, SEQ Page sixty-five ,511 if 'ft rw-1 qv IS 4 lx 'ai'- L- i1:,f1,,..A rrp- 1-1-111, , ., W . 1. ,,,,,,,., ,N 'rr' A, 1 ff, -11 , 721-we '-r-1 my - if .f ,. Q' 111 ' 13ff:F"f.3"f?Z 2 .fW'f:'5fJi'1j4'l f"fQ-i'w',4-,,'j'-511 :Q j 11 ?f.f2fi'f : 1' 'i"'11Uif5y" fff1"'- will f'Q'11l1'2"H-5Elig'E?? 111111335151 'iftlafflalif 1-'filegngif"itL..1 '-191 .1,1 so-. 1 P. 1 , 1.1-fili .1 1 5-il 121 1' 4 . . 1 ie?-rsff5",", ' ' ' - - - '1-11 Y - u 112-- 1, .5 1' Sa If , , 1: lee so - . ,X . 1 l. Q F. 947' '- i 139, ' 1 ' 1' off, , k . 1 I n 1 V D , "EW, Front Row-H. Watkins, IE. VVlll1amS, M. Strese. I". ltlrdman, B. Libby, X-. Neezlh:-im. Second Row-C. Strese, K. Little, A. Swenson, M. Sward, E. Leedom. Y. Shirk. 551 Absent from 1,1ielx11'e. J. Kimzev. sa- Senior Play . ,ks ,Cx 15- 1 ffm, lf Y' L .up- 14.1.3 L11 ,fiif it 5 151 g .1 "Everything is Lovely and the Goose Hangs High." f The children came home for their Cliristmas Vacation, but home to them was just a place to hang: their hats. They went out all the time while their parents continued to sacrifice everything to make tl1e111,l1apppy. The QQ1"t1H4llll0i'l1Ql' was tolerant of Hsuch nonsense." 1 The father disagreed with the business tactics of the city llliI,Q'lStl'3.tt-fs and resigsgned his position as assessor. The children gladly readjust their activities to meet this crisis. 'llhe cast was: Mr. flngals. .Billy NYilliamsg Mrs. lngals, Violet Needliamg Mrs. Bradley, Frances lQrd11'1ang Hugh lngals, Buddy Swen- son, Bradley and Lois lngals, twins, Robley Libby and Mary Streseg Dagmar Carroll, Marjorie Swardg Mrs. Murdock, Katie Little, Ronald ' Murdock, Chester Streseg Noel. Derby, 'Ralph NVatkinsg a city Magis trate, Jack Kimzeyg Leo Day, Vernon Shirkg and Rhoda, Emma - Leedom. - The class owes much of tl1e success of the play to Clarence Ott, the business manager and to Miss Critser, the director. Joyce Crowell '26. 1 l Page Sixty-six E i S. .W D I, I.: l vi l usd' fl'-V' "' KF' Ll , Ill? E27 'H Qi U. ll ,if V 5 . v E E, V l z , 5-- 5, ii ll? , K Q Q 51 K' , 2 .l- . V . 1 oore Sitting:-I-I. Iioies, TS. Noland, M Sc,-nler, -L Booth, L. Jnczkson. Slanflim:-IE. Cllll-l01'01l. S. hVl?Sll2llit', L". Geena Y. Needham, M. Kurz. Junior Play "Bah", the Jim-ior Play this fvear, was a suecess 'both from the point ol' 1N'OilllC'tl011 :mil lfiiiziiwe. lt was The 'First uucilerlakiiig' of the Jiuiior Class. " ' The play clealt with the home life of a very arisloeialie family, inelufling', Janies Areliihahil, the 'Father fli. lloonjg Clara Archihahl, the molher QV. Neeclliamjz Leila, the olcler sisler fS. NVesl'lakejg and Bah. the YOUIIQQI' sister CA . Boothj. Leila hall macle her clehut and was really lo marry. Bah hail not Yet "mme outl' but was eager to llo so. She createcl an iiiiagzgiiiary lover and lecl, everyone to helieve she was deeply in love. Those who ggot mixed up in Bzvlfs troubles were Carter Brooks KL. Jaeksonjg Clinton Vl'30l'l-'S'l"01'4l CHQ Boiesjg Eilflie Perkins CB. No- lancljg .lane Raliegrli OI. Senterlg aml Huy Grosvenor CC. lieerj. Guy lirosvenor, who niasqiu-1'a4leml as Bahls imaginary lover, tried to make Bah marry him. lle was lghxvartefl in the attempt, by Car- ter Brooks who was also in love with her. Carter went away with the happy thought that when he eame hack, and Bah hail "0o111e out," she would be WilllLll'1,Q,' for him. - XYilliam Taylor '27, Page Sixty-seven - .q Y T.,15f572fffEf"7- .1-1: wg "z '-5-if .-.--,, 1 , ' 5 ,.--'1, ' -nf,-I" 'N M. ?E1lllfl:"',.""-Til' ll' 1 flffl' ' ffl.. " 'V l' lljlf' H lll 1 . Y 1-- U , . H f :Lf-.4 .ge N . e -- - 4 lf -ban: .,, - L.',V, , , x Y hs Y A Q ' 1 R-.I Sitling: L. Emxlesbyz J. Taylor: V. .Iohnsong M. Ni:-hols: l3:wl.lo11Qs: G. Trent: C. Oldfield, H. Ray. , ' Standing: M. XVirtner: G. Hensly: M. Craig: 1-'. Noi-vol: li. w,zn'lmct: D. Swanson: E. Stern- eri S. Johnson. Q5 l Freshman Plaji Ou the last day of the Elson Art 'lCxhihit, matinee anal evening perfoiunanees of Slialcespearek "Ni4lsu11n'ner Night's Dream," were presented by the 'llraina Dukes. The east was Titania, Florenc-e Norvellg l"i1'st'Fai1'y, Georginia Hensleyg Peasehlossom, Margaret hhvll'lI1G1'Q Cohweh, Delight Swausong Moth, Susan Johnsong Nustarclseeml, Mary T. Craigg Dancing Fairy. Verna Johnson' Oberon, Ross Carkeet' Pueli il'1l'2l1ll'GS Jones' Chau- l n o 1, n , , u 7 , f"GllI1"' Mai' OITIQ hlCllUlSQ Uottoin lflllsworth Steiner' fumee, Larrv T7 F57 v 9 . 7 - . Engleshyg Snug, Glenn 'llrentg Snout, Clarence Olcltlelclg Flute, Hai'- lnon Rayg Starvelilig, John Taylorg Stage Managers, Allan l-lallstone, G90l'g'Q Cl01lQ,'ll9l" aml Pianist, Ruth Hale. Between the acts the Oi'el1est1'a anal Girls Ulee Cluh Wave several. . . , Z-5 seleetions and Roxanna Tomslan sang' two solos. l The sur-eess of the play was clue to the C'OllllllDQll efforts of - Miss Aclsit ancl Miss lvllitneyg the 'former took ellarge of the costum- ing and the latter clitreetell the play. - , Elsa Be1'g'gi'en '29 f J S l Page Sixty-eight -. -, X ATT. -gl-T' "wp :"w5 V l N 5 ., -,lflw , lp L l, V l A XVI? I A -rf! Y Y Y- YYYWHA i -1 -" 'iA1Y"' "'j'f V' 'fviezr-, ',, , - ',. -' .',. v - . , 1. Y : '.',j15Yc-1.'qi- - eg.-rr., " , 'gg-L lxm.s,5: yi, K . Vive., 5A Q '- Y.-.- it-: fl: .w:3,,.f, ,. pkg: 5.35953 -My -' M, filly... ff , ,ff 'tif' ,J ru-2. . . --Je 2 -' - . - - Y 5 ...gas 1:12-fi-K f l t l 3,21 LJ It A, .. 1-239 .i?fs' ' 1--', T ' nz, '-3 ,' ui - , ., Ll ' :QU 1 lr: I f ,ll . .1 Q ,..'s, nw V. .91 . , . .f. li, , lan l . 'Ji , lf l ll 'f:' ge ".. - ,. v . . 5 3 ' ' fifyllfli' gi Y Y' ' ' ' 1' " ff' "5 'Z 'QQ :lainie 1 ff n - - . - . . , Yi, , .. 'pi-2' First How-S. XVestluke. C. lllzisllncli, Miss Hill, Couch: K. Houser, M. Shimmon, M. Hauser. Ser-onfl Flow-R. L':u-keel, XV. Tmnpkins, A. Swenson, B. NVilliams, Smith, .T. l'o:1rc-e. U. Ott. Debating 'Phe 0l'2ll'0l'll'2ll Contest held in Sacramento May the seventh hrought. the puhlie speaking eontest to ai elose. To Miss Hill., our delmtingj eoaeh, must he given the credit of training a group of en- thusiastic' people that won three out of the tour League debates in whiz-h we participated. Our teams started their Victorious career when they defeated Fresno and Galt on the question, Resolved, "That students must have passing grrzules in all suhjeets in order to comply' with the C. I. F. eligibility rules." Due to kl mis'l'ortune we lost the negative side of the question. Resolved. H'l'llat the Child Lahor Amendment. he Adopt- ed." This loss was made up hy ai three flat uffirinutive victory. 'Vurloc-k was honored when the Board deeided that the Extempo- rameous Speukiiig' Contest was to he held in our 'High School audi- torium. ' Ry way oi' sliowing its i1jl1Jl't1K'l2ltlOl1 to the debators, the High Sehool aiwarded gold pins to all those pzirticipziting in two debates and silver pins to those l.l2ll'llC'lP21llllQ in one debate. Those receiving gold pins u'ere:-Clzlrenee Ott. Mary Sliimmon, Charlotte Eastlacli and .lohn Pearce. Star Westlake, Billy 'Willizuns, Ross Carkeet, Earl Smith, Alfred Swenson, lY:1lker Tompkins, Muriel Hauser and Cather' ine llziuser received silver pins. Charlotte Eastlaek, '26 Page Sixty-nine g- .1 ..',,.v:fr ,Fw 3 7 ' ,"rjjg.J :'f.j L f . , I '11 ig. ' 4 W It .,42,H V.. l W Lw,,4HlJ1::?qff,lUVl, I lvslllilmwu l. Y -1.4 l 1 l it l l The Christmas Pageant T110 C111'1Stll12l.S P21g'Qi1Il1 was tlie 'First pQl'fO1'1lli1l1C'C of its kind ever atte111pte1'l by the 111211 s1'111g1111 l111l1'1l1g' t11e Yuletide season. Sinee the play was so s111'11essf111, t11e t1l'21l1li11'1t' 11e11a1't111e11t 1111s de1-ided t11 make 511011 21 p1'011111'ti1111 illl 11111111111 event. T11e 1111tsta1111i1'1g' 1'11a1'111'te1'isti1' 111' tl1e w1111le 1lt'1'f01'111il11Utl was its a1'tisti1r11ess. Beilfore t11e jplay beggaii, tl1e C'2ll'O10l'S 1fa111e 11101111 the aisles 111' till? z111dit11ri11111 si11gi11g'. "1v1a1'l-:, tlie 11111-11111 Anggels Sing." They were dressed 111 wl1ite 111111 C'i11'l'lPt1 11U1'111Ilg' 1'111111les i11 tl1eir Tlillltlbi. 'l'11e pageaiit was ealled "A Night 111 Judea," 211111 tlltl seeues ol' the first part were llkllll 111 King' T1l?1'01l,S court. The stately t111'1111e with its 111-'a11tiit'11l 1J2lC'1iQj1'011114'l. t11e native COSTUIIIPS, 2.11161 tl1e blue- lig'l1ti11g e1"l7e11t created a 11i1't111'e that was lovely t11 l1el111111. The St-1001111 part dealt witl1 t11e Nativity. T11e 111111-1 stall, t11e babe 111 tl1e 11l21l1,Q't'1', witll Mary 111111 .liosepli l1e111li11g' over it, 111111 tl1e s11i11i11pg star of 1139111711-5110111 above it, 111211119 a g111'g1eo11s Stlttlllglf. The 111111111111 111: tlie wise 1111111 f1'11111 afar and tl1e w11rsl1i1111i11g1' of t11e 'Babe were 11111111151 t11e t1lll12Q,'S 111211 111a1'le t11is see11e exquisite. ilD1l1'l1'14Lf t11e play, t11e 1'1101'11s sang' vz1ri1111s f'111'lS1'11li1S carols. ..1 1-1al11'iel ZlIl1IGitl'Gt1, llGi11' t11e P1141 111' t11e play NVl10I1 llarius was 21110111 to take Pliares to T'1Q1'0l1 as p1111isl1111e11t for NX'0l'S1l1lJ1.1l1lK52,' tlxe babe. 1-le told Pliares to i111'111'111 ll,e1'1111 that 21 new reign 11a11 111111111 1111 eartli, one 017 111e1'1+y and 1'111'give11ess. He1 111911 1'1111s111e11 Pliares by saying, "Do not be 21131111471-1f11011f.1'lI tl1ey will 11111 thy body, they s11z1l1 1111t pieree tliy soul." The pageant 01151911 witli tlie 1f11111'11s sing'- ing' tl1e tri111111,111a11t s1111g:,', "Joy to the TWOV111, 'lflltl' Lord has C0lIl9.H The cast was e0111pose1l ot: He1'1111, the king' 1117 J-111103, 1Ji1lll't'1 N111111g Byron Noland as IJ1li1l'0S., tl1e favorite of Her111l: 1l111'i11s, 1-'1e1'o11's 1'l'1ie1f spy, Martiii T111-1111111 tiene tiaston, as fliarius, t11e 001111- Stiltll' 111111 seribe ot 11er1'11l. The three kings 111' tl1e Orient, 11i1S1'1tl.1'. 1.1'12llf'1lOl1', a1111 Baltlmzar, were 1v111g'11 Boies, 11yle 11Z1t'liS011. 111111 A1- fred Swe11s1111. xvilllitil' '1l111111,1lci11s 211111 11i1111say A1'11111l' aeted as the slaves 111111 lv1a1'111d gll1lt161'S0ll, 511111 t'111is Tlfltj' were the tw11 ,Q'1121l'11S of 1ler1111. Tlie 1-loly 1?a111ily was l'G1Jl't'St1l1t011 by 151111111111 Tyra as Mary 111111 1311111 CVZIIIG as .l11s1--11111. The 11111111 ilI1,QJ't'l was Aplayed by b1il1'gl'il1'0t Siem, llllts' bad angel by ,1'1011ltll' gX11tlG1'SO11 and t11e 111111 111' tlabriel 111' Billy Williz1111s. Tl1e Cast. Miss fi1'1tS01'. Miss t'1'UZ1Q'01', Miss t'11s111111111, 111111 Miss Mittel w11r1ce11 l1a1'11 111111 111111111 this event 1116311 Sllllltltlllllg t11 l1e re- 1l1Qll11ll'?1't1t1 by t11e 1'1111111111'11ity. in Caroliiie 'li1ll1lQSP11 '2G. T':1.:'1- Seventy , , . IFF- 'L . - ,, . . . ,. , ,f - I1 .lv -..1','.1 1 1 1 1111 ' ' v 6'-2 , 9' 52. sa, Q. n -5, '5 . f A 1- ,Gif Ea. '-.F e1,,5x,04 V fm- W.. L '4vm.,v V - L , 'Q .-1--'i5"4c X -1,--75651 'fl fn E rg IU fv Q-4 3 Y 1 A fa, V .1 rift rnwmha ,T , ,,- .Em ,. 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' . x .4 1 ix .. gill.: " ,,. 22 -1 4,1 -7 ' 1,1-b , 5' ' -vv ', 1, '41 "."g.m' w fQm-WR ,.f f-ww ',,f"N' M4 ,,.-, ' T 432 ' .4 'X 1 A- '- - - ,. ,HN t ,,,. .. 'A' ., '7 + X if N 1 'QGI' I JJ' ' C FITHLETIQ5 H 1. ,,l1 1.1, J' .U 1 ,.1 1 'W--1f1'?f' 3' -"wi-pf-f if-ri 1 '- " 1 1 1 g. L2 x 1 H 1 ,v 1 ' -- v-.1 .. 9 fl ,.wv ,1111--K - 11 1 -I-'rr Y - R L 7? 411 Fifi Y V I ' l ' . 'Wh 1 lljf - l ll tl I g, L. V :H41 532, . , 1' COACH EARLE 91-3 ,f The lllilll who is llltGl'0SlP4l in all his men, who fair in his jualg- A lllilllfi who ms tlrvlvssly e11111'gg-fltiv, .unc who is an all El1'Ol1l11l good flffi l'oll0w. X ,X ff Kg-11,11 lihl gg!! Ifgdg X I F QU Qi-V1 2 iffl f xx X JJ 1 11-' A: '1 1 11 1 1 1 ' 1 E :I li zijfl 1 .CL 1,114 l ll 1,3 5210 1L '. 1.191 l' 'I X54 l1,gQl ll ll . lifi' " 4 .5351 'l'f'i ,sail LVN- lhlf 11 ' E flag: lf ill r x ll "W l 1151552 ,lx ' 1 l 1: "FZ lf 1vll Qs- ,lif 11' 'FT' l .11 - K 'I .-..- lv QQ lam lf ' ls, 1 'a l 13,31 Vi' Wil lil.. Y-ll A. Hullstone, Assistrunz C. Caurlculist. Yell Louder: R. C31'kE:-63:11, Assistzmt. Hill? 'Jil - A 51 1 P" i-':1g'c Seventy-one l - la'-.rl , . Y .Y . -. ,, ,W 1-5:Z: ,m'-rv - --.ff - V-.F -- 11 1, 1: 1 1 1 - 1"1'f!.'f' Il J l ' ' f -' .- 4 f -Y , -- rv'-, -1-761:02-1 : -.-1.,-lm--' fl--' 4 'cr 1 f., ' , V -:f 11' 11.11 l V rtj 5, nf -' 1jg:jC25gg4g1! r5 g?g 1f1y.L--524 .1".i1rfg:fl.qe3i5135331fw1,Qg5Q?.gj 33,15-,fALQQQ- fl- W1 1: :l1lL .1-l .4, L4 ,1 if ,x- I2-E i , , nr X 'rim-YQ'f4,Qf.',l"5.A T.f,.-erg2,t',, ' "' . I A i ,fjif -In ELM , 1 1 - SEQ, - A l -4 "N 'l-fri H4 lk.-.. J Qfdff maiifileim' ,fag if ".,L.,-ggJ1.le:,Ll.-,..m1,3i:+' ' Q.: f- xr.,-f' ' ' -ul ,J t .3 .7 ff, i Ti f l ' a W 1 ff ,Al Qui .ffl .lvl XMV:'l ll 'Eff First Row-R. IQl'll.lLSE'l'l, Linplaiuc E. Anderson, H. Anderson. H. liedros. Second Row-P. Busanio, C. Carlqnist. R. Carlson, L. Jackson. 'P - , . . QQ, Rai .li Fat lxuutsen---made an ex:-ellent Qagrtain' tho' built . .fl . . . . ' :QQ on low lines, he always covered the ground and nailed his man. Elmer Anderson-an end of some reputeg tho' it took him, a lone: 'Til tune to hit his stride. he was alwavs above the averaffe. ,Chl f - - ' - -5 a -,fl Harold fAndyj A114lerson-played end and had a knack ot get- gfji ting under a punt and downing' a man in his tracksg tackled hard and true. A f'Pf"? - - '-'l Henrv Beanv Bedros-a llfvllt hut fast half-haek and known DH . ., . A z-1 if as the hardest taekler in the League. Percy tliiessj Busano-was very willing to tryg took turns with Cai-lquist at quarter-'hack and was one ol' the longest passers we had. Clifford tBlondieJ Carlquist-quarter-back, and tho' a new man gl on this vear's team handled the foh like a veteran' a refrular fifrht- .fwifl .. 7 7 h I1 RTI in' Swede! in . .' . . Ralph tSwedel Carlson-center, and did his work in fl1lQ style: sf? one ot' those hifi' blond Cll3l'0'll1Qf Wiants-a little too wood natured FD D L X" P1 though. Lyle Llaekj JilCliSO1l-1'2ll26til as one of the best half-hacks in the i-Q13 valleyg exeelled in passing, kicking and hitting the line. 33-L :fm Page Seventy-two ffl , . V iw.: .-.- wfrw''r'?f"'fF'?'iu-f:57gi"""','Q'Ff"71GT''T:'1'--1-EUTL"f"n'l,15"""L':l 20522. 1 fm-1 if 5 A 1, F, .E .1 1 1, e K- N -1, ,if--. . ,, , A . -Q ., f - if-.' ,. ,- W ,-:-WA,-we-r , ,..7 ' 7 l tif '5a,,,HEs..1 'ffl lqijfflm ...f'5l.lnE4Efgg 131 "ici i l 'ssl E-51 I ' lid M fc , . 1 - -- I EQ tt I fel te? ij mb' ft "H, lf' fic? XE' l ol iq, .Qi Lf l E391 Nl- " ' - E413 si X N , gill 4- Q' Ea lg' I N i , .ig li? ,lf L f fi li 9 ' fag .' g.'1 lf' mt do it First Row-J. Kimzey, P. Johnson, R, Lax-son, R. Lilyquist. Q' iv L.. Second Row-L. Moon, M. Stowell, R. Fosherg, E. Vierm. - PZ I fi 'i -Tack lxnnzey-full hack and 'l7m'lock's best at passmgg lllt the . I , . . - . . J lv? line with Hereulean strength and was a C0Ill4lSlLQl1t,,QQ1fOl1I1fl ganier. W 41 I Philip tliedj JOllI1SOI1--CQlll1Gl", had a hard job 'filling Swede ftp, Ca1'lson's shoes but came tln'ough in good style. "ll, 5. Raymond tNVhiteyj Larson-a new man at the guard position dd eu! I . 1 . . , p Q f but had that old Swede tight which enabled hnn to get the best ot Q jk his man. 9,45 lb Rodney CLillyl Lillyquist-a tall, back-field man, fast on his feet fl ,Q and a quick thinkerg able to pick passes out of the air with ease. 4,1 Laurel fliloonyj Moon-had plenty of weight and he used that Q' M weight at tackle. it Q gal fi' Nalvin fhlalj Stowell--earned the name of "Stonewall, Stowelln P 1 for not many plays went through his position at tackle. gg, lei' Raymond Fosberg--taekle, looked gentle-but oh boy, what a K fighter ! gi 5 yn . ll Edmund tEddV Yierra-one of those ends that seemed to have 1 i m . 6 wings on his feet and glue on his handsg picked passes out 40' of the air with ease and made a quick get-a-way. A 5? leg: ' iq' or E.. S31 ' Page Seventy-three 9,1 1 ,, V -2 A 1 of 'nf foe-:ml . .-'fwfr x. . ,- 1: " -. , , V , X T. .T J.. X ,M ' l . A fl Football Notes hVPtllll'Sll2Ij' afternoon of Selltelllher ninth found thirty-five 111011 out for foothall. Ot' these, sl-yen were old letter lnen of last year, and seven had had t'XlJPl'l0llt'P on last year's squad. This llliltltx twenty- olle llllfll out wllo had never had exlleriellee. Tlll'0ll.gl,'ll a series of pravtiee gallles, sixteen lllvll were chosen for the first squad, nine of whivh were llew at the Qilllltk PRESTON Vs TURLOCK The first Qilllltt ol' the season was played witll the Preston lie- l'Ol'lll Sc-hool, the latter Wllllllllg' hy a 32-0 seore. This was only a praetiee KSJQZLIIIQ and Coaeh liarie used all tllll'l'j'-fl'x'P lllt-"Il, l71'0lll the point of good foothall the f.1'2llll0 amounted to little, hut the fellows grained 5011149 yaluahle QXllOl'l0IlC'0. TURLOCK Vs MADERA The seeond praetiee game, played witll Madera, ellded witll a O-ll score. Une to Turloc'k's stone wall, Madera lost her only cllallee to score ill the last quarter. The lille showed 1llUt'll lll'llJl'OYQlll6lll- hut the whole t9hl.lll was Wt"lllil,'llt'tl hy the llllSlQilliOS of the quarterllaelc. Stowell and Nloon did 501110 good work. MERCED Vs TURLOCK Nereell lll9t us here on our own field in a practice gillllth hut suf- fered a 20-tl defeat. The quarterhael: still showed lack of experienee, hut the tealll as a wllole had ohyiously henefitted hy the previous QZIIIIOH. lt was evident that C0ill'll l'larle had put his llltlll tlll'01lQ'll sollle stiff praetiees and had developed a lllll4'll stronger defense. LODI vs TURLOCK The first l,eag'ue game of the season was played witll Lodi on the local gridiron and ended with us on the short end of the 7-0 seore. In this ease the sc-ore does not ilulivzlte the hest tealll. 'We outplayed llodi ill every phase of the gfllllllfl, hut tlley were lueky and t'0llllJl0tQll a pass for a lOllCll1l0NVI1. The l'llillllPS were not within our twenty yard lille exeept the one tlllltl when they scored. However, Turloeli was Vdtlllll 'l.odi.'s two yard lllllt three tillles only to loose the hall on lilll'lll3l0S. TURLOCK vs STOCKTON D .l'l'2:lVl11gJJ always lost to Stoc-kton. Turlock went into this g.1'Z'tl'lL.' with a t:l9tG1'llll1l21tlOl1 to will. The Bulldogs started off witll a flash. and in the first two lllllllllPS of play illtereepted a pass on the Tarzan's ITZILIL' SE'VL'I1l3'-fillll' ten yarcl line. .laeksoii ea1'1'ie1l the ball over, but faileil to eonvert. At this, Stoelcton got up its 'l'ig'l1ti11g1g spirit and in the latter part of the ganie lllillltx a toiieliflown on a pass. and eonverteil. Neither itltllll. seoreil again a1.11l the Tarzans won T-ti. This was .Tac-lcso11's best game of the year. TURLOCK Vs SACRAMENTO Savraiiiento put up one of the greatest Slll'lJl'lS9S of the season and fleteatefl the Vlliirloek Bulldogs, 13-ti. The Senators seorecl on the brealcs of the game. 'lfheii' star eentei' broke tlirougli 01117 line and bloelceil two punts, eoiiverting' both into toueliilowiis. 'lfiirloek made 'toiirteen First downs against her opponent's f0ll1'. WOODLAND Vs TURLOCK Un the ilfl1'l1i21Y before llllt lYoo4llan1l gaine, the Cl1a111be1f of Coin-- llll1l't't-' p1'ese11te1l the 'First string' llltlll with some new blankets as a jinksbi-eaker. Thus it was that the gaiig' went on the field that next day with more tlQi9l'IIIllliltl0Il than ever to win. lVo0clland scforecl l'i1'st on an interveptecl pass. Beealise of a bail pass from center, Jack- son was eauglit behind tl1e line 'l'o1' a safety whieh gave ltvootllaiid two more points. Turloek was just able to nose out liei' opponents with a lOU4'lNl0XVll, and 4ll'0IllClK'li, iiiaking the seore 9-8. Jackson, il3eml1'os, and Kinizey were the j.L'l'0ll1l4i gainers and Kinizey, tlirougli the help ot the line. played the best game of his l'ill'Q61'. MODESTO Vs TURLOCK rl'l1:111l:sg'i1'i11g' was the clay ol' the Big tianie, when tl1e Panthers anal the Biillmlogs elasliecl, the .'l'0l'lllG1' being Victorious. Altliougli Modesto was liaiitlieapped with two ot her best men out of the back- Field. it niacle no 1'li'fte1'e11ee to ll91' as far as Fight and football spirit was C'0Ilf'Pl'I1t?ti. Atwood, with the 94l1lf'?llI94,l toe, put the ball between the ba1's twiee tor six points. T1ll'l0C'lI, being Very iinfortilnate in 'lfurlovk ll flfurloc-lc 20 Turlock, 0 Tiirloek tl the fourth quarter, pared lllll way to Vic-tory tor the PZ1lll'llQl'S. ,lit was tl1is that put the game on the shelf. Seore 112-0. SUMMARY OF THE SEASON'S GAMES Preston Merc-eil MQ at lera .,.....Lodi T11 rlock 6 'lfiirloek 6 'l?1ll'lOl'lC 9 Tlll'lOf'lC ll SZ1C1'1Illl011lIO lil .......Stoekton T ,-.....NVO0lllkl114,l 8 Modesto I2 Page Severity-five ' 4 i, liflllf Inf" gn ' ' "" 7' ' TZ: r 1: Www- A 1. . . , . V , rv." .' " 112 . , l,,- ,, ,.,s,,,-f-... ., ,, ., 1 ' +-- ' .14 Nl 5, ma-wgj f ' L First Team-E. Hallstone, C. Geer, M. Stark. Capt. .T. Kimzey. R. Purdin. V. Thornbergr. M. Stowell, C. Lewis. 'Second Team-First Row-A. Dulfzrcn. J. O'131'ien. G. Clougher, A. Gregory, T. Cooper. 2nd I-low-13. Hill. VV. Holgren, Capt. L. Moherg' A. Ox'nber:.r, H. Smith. Everett llzlllstone-center and anparentlv hnilt to order for the Joh+witness his long' 1'G21Cl1, spi'ing'5f hodv and deadly aim. . Creigqlnton Geeii'-fo1'wz11'fl: his speed and eye for the hasket got him into the T?lI1kS"Ol: the varsity when the Class 'HB " Season ended. Maynard Stark-fo1'wa1'd made up 'in speed and fight what he seemed to lack in height ,and weight., A worthy huooessoi' to Purdin. Jack Kinizey-captain and l'llT11'll11g g'ua1'dg a good sport who al- ways stood up tm' the rights of his nieng an eye for the basket. Roy Pl.ll'tllT1-'F0l'XY3l'f.l.Qllil usually high point nmng prohahly boljn with a basketball in his ll21I1ll-l'lGI1,C6luilblfl .to dribble through the gtauncliest defense. , I ' l 5 , Vernon 'Pho1'nhe1'g--guardg tho"only il Sophomore-if he keeps up at this 3'ez11"s rate he will undouhedtly he an 0l.liJSiZHHClll'l,Qj Starr when a Senior. Malvin Stowell-Stick guard and u liilmmltai' when it came to standing his groiincl. Chestei' Lewis-Centerg whose work hoded ill for any opponent. Page Seventy-six K, ,- ,..-. . V -. . ,-I,.w,'- .--'x .- - .I-, v- . A-fa., ' " gig, . -,- eip i ,., , . ,. il, 1343-f.-i faiglx, tk ww mggpi.-1 in nl-,H 'm l . . . H-'-ff 1 - f..5','. . - .1 . -,4 . 1 - , , ,tw - Boyis Basketball BOY'S BASKETBALL Basketlmall this season was a Fairly snceessful one. Tiirloelc played eighteen ganies and won thirteen of theni, two of which were l'l'Olll Modesto. f'aptain lillllZl'j' was high point nian of the season with l02 points. Pnrdin, playing only dining the first hall' ol' the season. eanie seeond with :1 total ol' Sli. ' TURLOCK Vs MADERA I The 'First pgaine nnder ,l9'1'ed lCarle's new system of eoachingg was played o11 Madera's court. At this tinie the boys were just getting on to his system and heg'inning.y to understand what it was all about. Rec-anse ot' this inexperienee 'Madera was ahle to win From the Bull- dogs, 'l'he sc-ore was tied at the end of the g'Elll'l6,i and it was i11 the tliree extra niinutes of play that Nladera pulled tlirongh with a 29-27 vietory. SACRAMENTO Vs TURLOCK ln their seeond big' hattle the Bulldogs showed that they l1ad heen working' hard 'and had learned S0lllP'Ol. the finer points of the ganw. However, the hoys had no easy time winning. 'llhe Senators 'Found this defeat hard to take lll'C'ZlllS0 their past reeord was clear with twelve vicftories. Score 31-26. l' MANTECA Vs TURLOCK 'llhis was the 'first lieagne game of the season, and Turlock startezl oft' on the right Foot hy de'l'eatingg' Mianteea 31-9. Manteca was cron- sidered the weakest teani i11 the Iieagrne, and the Bulldogs 'found Vietorv easv. 'llnrloek showed its real tlUl'l"Il,SlVQ ahilitv lw holdinv' . . . . FJ the Manteva 'five to nine points. MADERA 'vs TURLOCK O11 the return game with Madera tl1e Bulldogs got revengre, and del'eated her hy a score of 29-25. Kinizey and Pnrdin both had an eye tor the basket, Kiinzey 114-iiig l1'ig'l1 point nian ol' the gaine. Thorn- herg' Showed his ability- on the 'detensieg The I'311llclog's1 had worked oft' some ol' the rough edges and were hegiiiiiing to function inore smoothly in all departnients of-t.l1e graine. ' TURLOCK VS OAKDALE ' 5-. Cll1l7Sltl1lNli- il1lQl+'l4l.X'll! 'The graine ended with Trirloc-k snowed nnder hy' a 'score of 22-HV. The Bulldogs niiglit have held their own, had they" not lost their heads and gone to pieves 'over some oi' the deeisions oi'1t'll'e re'l'eree. l'urdin was the only ,Bll'llll0cS.f who found the fhasket lllO'l'l' tlianeonee fllll'lll,Q' the gfanie. 'l'nrloi'l:'s strength lay in her delic-11se'.l - t " i it TURLOCK VS FRESNO TECH ' lfresiio f'0lilSlll0l'0ll the Tiirloeli l:lllllfl0Q,'S pirtlfji easy' nieat. llow- Pa ge Sfxven Ly-seven ever, the latter gave their opponents a surprise and had them going: throughout the first half which ended in a tie. After this scare, the lfresno men came back, showed what they had, and ran the score up to -L0-22. MODESTO Vs TURLOCK .lflveryone predicted disaster here because the Fresno trip the week before caused the boys to break training' and loose a nig'ht's sleep. But the Bulldogs showed that they had some energy' left and in the 'tirst halt took a ln point lead. Likewise on the defense Tur- lock showed her stuff and held Modesto to 5 points. The second A half found tht dogs loosing' their pep and Modesto walked up on them. lt was anybody's ,Qgame in the last few minutes. but Turlock seemed to get her second breath and won from the 'Panthers 225-22. ATURLOCK vs MANTECA 'With a strong defense and a long snappy passing game, the 'Bull- dogs were able to score another victory from Manteca. The defense of the Turlock team was especially good and the boys held the Man- teca five to only two field goals. Score 26-li. FRESNO Vs TURLOCK Having been beaten by l"resno once, the Bulldogs were determined to win the return ganie. All l'ive men were in excellent condition. Stark, Turlock's flashy forward, was the 'individual star and hir'-h 15 point man of the game. ln the extra three minutes that were neces- sary to determine the score, Turlock made 9 points. The game ended with Turlock leading' 2-L-IS. OAKDALE Vs TURLOCK Oakdale was the only team that was able to defeat the loeal squad twice. The Bulldog's claws stuck in the floor and the boys seemed unable to move. But Oakdale was the better team and de- served the long' end of the 25-12 score. TURLOCK vs MODESTO In the last game ol' the season Turlock gave Modesto a hard drubbing. 28-lll. This game made the season as a whole very suc- cessful. The boys are proud of having beaten Modesto at Turlock, and of defeating her again on her own court. Turlock ........ Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock ........ Turlock Turlock Turlock ........ 37 Turlock ........ SUMMARY Madera .......... 29 Turlock Livingston Turlock Denair ,.,,........ lb Turlock '1 Sacramento Manteca ..., 9 Madera Hilmar Oakdale ,. Leres .............. Turlock ........ Turlock ........ Turlock Turlock Turlock ........ Turlock Fresno .,-lffl Modesto .... .... 2 2 Merced .....,..,. la Manteca ........ ti Fresno ..l.-15 's 25 Oakdale ........ 25 Denair ............ 13 Modesto ..,,.... l ll Fresno ...... l S Page Seven ly- eight J, Divanizin, M. M:n't,in. Ci Colbert, Cfmlzring C. XValker, L. Fiorini, R. Lewis. V. Thorn- berg, Coach Earle. R. Craft, A. Grcprory. JR. Taylor, M. George, C, Stooksberry. Absent BASEBALL i T Although we did not bring home anv enps or win the county championship we did receive seeond plaee in the League bv winning' three out of the five games played. The loeal baseball 'fans were put in a happy mood as the result of defeating Modesto, three to one. This proved to be the most ex- citing' game played because of three home runs. Cleer, our second ba,f1,q'er captured two of these, while Hall ol' Modesto got the other. Other scores in Leaggue games were: from picture CT. Gcer. Turlock 10 ,.,................. Hnghson 7 Turlock 1 ...... ....... B fanteea 6 Turlock 7 ..........,...,,,.........., Ceres S Turloek 10 ...,....,.,.........,,.. Hilmar G Clarenee Colbert, the Bulldog' 'piteliing' ace, was the mainstay ol' the team. Stooksberry and 'Walker cfliaiigecl olfl' in the 1'eeeiVi11g' end. The rest ol! the in'l?ield consisted of TllOl'11lJQl'g', first baseg Geer, second baseg Taylor, third baseg and Martin, shortstop. Those sub- stituting in the 'inl"ieldwere, Thompson, Lewis, George and Gregory. The outlfield consisted 0:f"iKl'2l'lit, Seliniidt, fliliorini, Convers and Piaz. Two oi' the men, Colbert and Stooksberry, will watch the games from the Q"l'IUlllS'Eilllll next year being' taken by graduation. However next vear's eoaeh will not have a serious problem to face in the Wav of training' fresh material. - Bill Taylor '27. Page Seventyinine al , '- Gif . 1.1! ' ,,. --ri A-gi' .- -1 ' 1 f xx' I . 1. 6.5 i 1 PJ .ix Y If .2 "iw . X-:,'.' 11.1.1 V9.1 P111 I ---fr 1151? "1,. 1 575 K1 5 1 V1 .V but LA- 1 SL 1' 1 .1, -1 . 1 A 13,7 1 1 '11 wr V I. 1 '71 R1 "-41 1 ,gt 1111i 11-1,1 ,11 ' .1 iN i. :T 7 '1 X51 ! 1' 1 11.1 fifiai 1 Ali? 1 11:1 fffff? V531 1153111 11:19 sf.-'Jil 1211 I 51 11. vip ,Eff 1. 7 1,51 'M 1' 31 M151 twig!! 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Taylor '27 Page Eighty-01111 ,I BOY'S TENNIS Captain llud Swenson, played first singles and was sueeesstul in the County tournament until the finals when he was beaten by Morris of llodesto 5-I-3, 3-6, 6-3. Kiinzey, playing seeond singzgles, was disqual- ified in the second round, hy Swenson, 5-7, li--L, l0-S. Our second doubles, H. Smith and V. Crowell, were defeated hy Modesto in the semi-finals. Our first doubles , C. Greer and QB. Swenson, were success- ful, however, and won the eonnty eliainpionsliip 'From Modesto. Tn the Northern Section Tournament at Stoekton, Harold Smith was defeated in the first round of singles, by Morris of Modesto, 6-3, 6--L C. Geer and J. Kinizey, played doubles and were defeated in the second round hy Lodi, G-4, T-5. ee-iv-'1ifi'2VEy.2' ' ?'..,""'N77-'YU GIRLS TENNIS The girls have won twelve ot the eighteen uiatehes played this year. 'llhose representing the school in singles were Marion Senter, Mar- garet Siem and Josephine 'XVells. Irene Eric-lcson and Marie Young, Edith Utendorffer and Muriel Honser made up the first and second doubles respec-tively. 'llhey 'won ayy of their aintc-hes. Charlotte 'Flastlaek and Dorothy 'Wirtner played third doubles. Page Eighty-two H ,, -M ,N l Kill' fi 4 L 4 l l V,- :All- M. W 1-If rite fue! if 1:5 ig. lygf 1.351 1 ffl 3354 5 g .l fe? 'Tift , ,fl 2 bjf y l , ,,,,. n '7 I ei ef 1 ' 'tgff I i 'fe i .fn 'X , get 1 Ll ' -'51 4 If E l 'Ill l if -3 x-eil iff? 1 il if? fl -C '-Cl r-'Iii 54' ie' if .fi -1, - J: ,v ,J Varsity' Team-M. Young. E. Pleat '. Needham, M. Sullivan, IG. Klint, V. Bostrom. Second Team-First: Row-E. Uten 'ferfx Miss Rutherford, Coach: A. Brockway. Second Row-WV. Kurz. L. Johnson, R. Allen, H. Segur. Girl's Basketball Under the able Supervision of Miss Alvida Rutherford much en- thusiasm was shown in basketball this year. Interelass competition was promoted .by the Freshmen playing the Sopliomores, the Juniors playing' the Seniors and the winning' team of tlie lower classes playing the winning' team of the upper classes for eliampionsliip. This re' suited in the Sollomores playing the Juniors. The Juniors won with a Score ot' 36-6, having the advantage over the Sophomores because many of the Juniors were on the Varsity team the preceeding year. The pgames played with outside schools were as follows: Turlock 13 .....,.......... Hughson 12 Turlock 10 ........ Madera 10 Turlock 13 .,.,, , ...... Newman 15 Turlock 12 ...... Newman 1-L Turlock 18 ,.... ...... I luglison 25 Turlock .................. Madera 13 Velma Needliam '27 Page Eig'hty-three 1Jx. 'UF' i I. 7 'QQ ,. Yizftjil 1 'kill if-391 25,1-1 T. 11.11 1331? fr' . P gf 1 ' J Sal it inf. up is 1 fill le A V J ug' 51:1 JF Ke N ,Y QA if' V 1, ., . Hit l fig :' ya-IA N. 1 ,- ""r' . lfl f' fe. -Z5 1 i '1 4. rl'-at . 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IQ. :Q Wg, V231 Nei QQ: 'xx' , ' x If' ., bfi:-1 'wal 'I i ,J 5 W ' Lg F3 ' F39 Qjel, P 5 4 Q1 'yi 5111--W vga - -V.. ',',.J I. 31 51' -M14 ,QA 2' :J pf' " 'Y -1 1 ' ' QQ' 3 IQ E' f L ' ' , ak ' .' I L ff 'ff 3 CTT' :'i'-,fl I ff 1 .A. .1 .V 1 E -4 , I : 7551? L 53' ,Af , RN Q: . 1 , ', fvfx : , X' VJ lx H 'f '4 5- 1, Qwfff: s'-'I - 'MQ I 'V 9 e., rfpzif I Q25-C, 2- A lqggq' iff? tj! .Ly : LT' :j HPS? W 9 'ig , L, T215 Q thu fQ"' J 'fb ri L. P. . 'Wh' L. Q,.': ,f -1 , I Q nh uv- I P393 y ' , N a, , :QH1 q 5.01: 1 jlj Page Eighty-six , , , ., ., W. ,,, , min - ...W ,, ,,., . , .. -V , .ffvffffffrd ,. --, V ' ' , fjff- Q 7 'i'-j '-- ,,.--1 T 'f 5- E, 1155111 ,JT'1'I"5 le ,A il""l'r I' J Min- 5,1 ,-1.5 ,gn-, F-fu, ,,- "L-L 'f ' ' Vw, MPP 1 -Wgji 1'1il1225wig" WU eg Q EMP "'5i4E55, A Dirty Trick V111011:-111'111' 1111111111111111-11111l11, IG11111111, 1511111111 1111 111g'111? 11111111121 141. 11. No, Why? Voice: H1111' 111111111 you 111111 21 1111111? IG. 11. 111111111 171111112 110111-1 you g'111 111111-11111111 11y11. Probable but not Possible! Mrs. 1'111'l111111: Y11u'1'11 s111'11ly 11111 g11111g:g 111 play s1111-kings, 111-11 you S11111l11111? Steve: Sure, 11121118 11111 111111s1e-110111 111 one. 1V1ll11 111111: W1-ll, 1 flllilllj' g-111 111111 111e movies! .1011 O'1'31'11111: Y111111. l11111'? 111. 11. 111 1111111 11111111 1l111'15'-'1'11'11 1-11111s. . We Bet That Miss Goode Sent Him .X l'1'11s111111111 11111111 111 11111111s W11111, 111O1'2111.Sl' 1114 111111111 11111 l11111'11, 'l1l111y S11111 111111 11111111 111 111117111 111511111 111-1 was 11111 g'1'111111 111 11111'11! George Neels ' Original 11111111 flllf' 1'111s111s 11111111 1111s of y1111s1, .X 1'11w 111'1111s 1111 11l1111l111l, Say I-1 111121115 111 le11s1, Nl1x1-111 1111 111 21 sl111k111'. W1111 Z1 1'l1111'1'y 1'111l, Will 1'1111111111e111 lllillitl Z1 l'1j'11lQ'llli1ll, 'I'111'11 s11111111's111111s 111 111111. 1111111 11111 1'o11111l111111111s 111' 111e 111l'l1ll Since They Joined The National Guard W1l1111'11 U. Your su11 is El 1111111111111 111, 1Sl1,t 11? "K1'111'v" A. W111's11 1111111 111111. 11's 21 c1111v11'ls1011. "N11'l1": 01111111 1111111' selling' lkly shoes 111111151 "D11t": llow 1'o11111. "N11-k": 111111 11111111 111111-s11le1l. 31.21111 S: 1 111111 11 1112111 of 111-11011. busy '1'11es1111y golf? 111 11111511 lJo1'11111y: Why 110111111111 35111 111111, 111118 got St. Vitus 1111111f11. 1 ,G ., 1211150 Eigluy-sow U1 -1- , ,V Ar' X Ti- ifrvf Tim 'I Tmei'-.ivqf-.vi p' C VT T' A-gf -Q-f - 'xi , 'Fw 4 fm - 'nw r' ,WR ,- ml' , JJ.. ,. X-:M , .N V. 'ffl JC- ',.m,. - 1.-5: , , cd ww 4, ,ll . urixk., , H if I . Dpi, ,. , :Ip --.II 3x 4. . , -1 ,VL-:A ..Y ,L ,. - JJ, 1 gn.. 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I-V: , :N-Q., Page luxghty-exghl ,J IP? , '- T 'iff ' -f ,.-"-'r'.'?.. Tr'--f'!mH"' 'J-aw, us' , If,-' -: . J' " - Hi- 5 " ,-' --1 faiafffl . ii ,hm I H' I ' 'fun' U 1 gg .'mWI.g112Mg':gmYff 1 QM if 5TW+f2gUFrQ? 5" W milgfflifg 1 I "Stun" IV.: Are you 'l.l'UIlI Syye4l1-11, Elsie? Illlsie P.: No, iWl1y? S. W. You clanee as l'llOl1,!.1'All you liacl on snow-slioes. 'lyerelt ll. Ali, my boy, l1a1l 'a liair cut? .Iaek li. No, I wasl1e1l it ancl lel il slirink. VIAIOIIZI KI. Wl1y 1lon'l you ever zlrink any water, Fay? I"ay I3. iWell, you see, I'ye got illl iron eoiistitutioii an it might rust. "Bart" II. Say kicl, would you like lo see so111etl1in,Qg swell? Ealla W. COI1 Boy! Maybe its tlie moviesj Yes, sure. "I-Kart". All rigrlit, just 1lrop lliese lseaus in water and wateli tliem swell El wliile. 1 L Mz11'jori1- S. Am I a little pale? ll'OIg.1'lll0U. No, clear, only a big' lull! Signs of the Times V Too IlllIK'll lipstick will keep tlie eliaps away. Y 0110 l'wo men f-ame out of a storey one was a Seofeliiiiaii anal the otlier llilllllll lmouglit anytliing either. As the sliiek woulcl put ilg next to me ,l, like your lips best I sl1ot an arrow into the air anml it fell liar-k ancl liit IIIQ on top of The llylilfl. IJOIIII lie an early Imir1l-unless you like XVOVIIIS. - The l1lon1les have it! Have XVllll.l'? Peroxide i11 their liair. Bac-k lo llie days ol' Nelliuselali, wlien they lauglieml at the saiue jokes you'1'e lill1g'llI'I1Q' at now :11n1l there were no 5, I0 and 150 stores. Miss liomle: CSIIEIIQIIIQ -Iilllllllfy' Bueketj If think the Devil has got liolcl of yo11. plea H-IIIIIIIIYHZ I 'flunk so loo. "BoI1l1y" Mahon: Are you a Geriiian, p1'o'l'esso1'? Mr. Iilay: 'Wliy 1lo you ask, Bolxliyl? B. M. Well, you see, l'l1e marks you ggaye IIIQ are so low- Yisitor: How eome your c'I1ee1'i11g,' seetion makes so mucli noise '? "Blon1lie": NVQ' pgiye them all a elieering' clrink before the g'ilIll6. Visitor--Cgetting' intereste1lJ 'llliat so? What, may I ask. "iBlon1lie": ROOT BEICTI. Lyle J.: Let me Ire the liglit of your life! Star IV.: Aw, gel' out, who wants 21 light that goes Ollt every niglit? Marian S. at KIVIIQ' store, in a g.g'r1-at llllI'l'y-- se." "one box of powder Chester-also i11 a llIl.l'l'Y-Iilllll, face, or l'111g'? Pagre Eighty-11ir1e AMW 5 59595 . Y 'Z q ,QP , 0 O r I ,. 1: X If O Q NA 7 . 1 1 qu 00060 oo o XY.. X 1 7 MJ X o O 1'-X-kb' 1 .4 A oo I X X , am, 1 O O . -:?: ff vl . A ,, -6 X A . ug, - r-2 f 3699 " T - : QM ' Q 929.00 a gi' 7 Z f - , ff , OS-'FROM M ,,' ,QV lgncgti SPEED DEMON 559 CLARENCE TSISFEZT A 5 ON THE TYPEWRWER CBAOLDLJ NCIWEE TINC-x TO oRDERT Q! fy 5 fa f V 1 Q0 An - : - K-A Y " 'ff-415 IS LARRY vw ' ENGLESBY 'N ,. WX ' 1' um '.v,,,bmm Z, I... E : . - , '5 FIND LARRY? ' T -A' T 5 ::E21 - ' 'a ,QQ 0 n ,ff-L ! A Tv-Hi PHSTWE: Hff " 'A ' c T ING THE iq! WONDER WHY WE I uHR0lNE,1EliE VV" CANT cxlvE BLOCK Ts -.,-.idea MARBLE STARS? jgmvwff TO THE Nw T12 Page ,ir -. L -Q Motor anal girls will motor with you, lYall: ancl you walk alone. Miss Creageif askecl for tlie answer to a "Mai4len's Praye1"' and got real sore wlien the elerl: gave lie lX'lGIl1lGlSS0llHiS Xxvljfltillllg Marcli Caesar oonquerecl nations A niiglity man was lie, But in the 1-Ltli cfliapter, He clam near 4-onquerecl ine. llliss iliflllllllfllill---,-Xl7SUllllQGlY no eating' in class llQl'Uill:tPl'. Later-Auielia, what are you eliewinf" on? Amelia: My tonsils. 21 New Names for Old Locations Cleorpge Cello you lcnow wliere you kicflu-ml me Elrcl perioil? Larry IG.--Sure, in the l-listory fllooni. - Believe nie if all tliose eosn1e'l:i.e eliarms, lNl1ic:l1 I gaze on so sweetly tonite, lVei'e to facile by iEOll'l0l'l'0W and flee from my sight, llsl know--that you'il wasliecl your fave. 4 - . . , . l Lyle to fzlar: ,llev Star wait a minute- attei' a minutes muse ' . 7 7 All rite, you van go along' now! Ciistoiiier: Ciiye me a eonilm witliout pyvrlioea. Clerk: iWl1amlye mean? Customer: One 'wliose tem-tli won't fall out. lilstlierz lkla Mae's 'Fave always reinincls ine of a mlelieately tinted cup. Hobie: Yes, itls Z1'lJP?llltl'lilll nuigzg. "Niekie": You know, Jac-li is so ig'noi'ant that lie tliinks that an Oyster is a fruit. Eclitli: Tlie pOO1'l:lSll lie ouglit to know by its sliell that it's a nut. "Fat" li.: il,lll a little sti'l"t' froni footliall. Nell T.: 'Wliere ilicl you say you name 'lil'Oll'l? Dorothy: Dill you go aeross this vacation? Mr. Staley: Yes, went. to Egypt. Qlllorotliy: Did you go up the Nile? MV. Staley: Certainly. Fine View 'from the top. The editor may searcli and searcli Tlirougli all the jokes in store, But soineone's always sure to say ' ' ' Aw, I'ye1iea1'd that one before. H 5 Page Ninety-one , 1.-.:'um.'.--1'1w -1-17121641 . 11 if 11" ' fn ' f f - JU' V L -if 4 , 'Siu' N +'j1f"l5:3i- i- Q M ' - '1 - 'N , ,... , , ,W . -.V , VY-M-,V W Sw H I 3 'L' 1' 13' . r 2. ' ti" '3 filly '02 .V 'Fw-1 ,971 giignixd , .-1 ', f.-L rag- F' ' ' , - . --, D5 -Y L gif .oi , ' YA " limi lui 5 ,P hx iblybi Z e od 52 ZZ 1 . F' dim l I vga, X945 ,gba W9 H "i?T? I" 3 11:-,EEL wg ' Lia ,QU ff-.- f 95 if we I " EQIL, 1034 11qpm. , ' 1.2--1 3-, 43' ' 1 Q ii,-' 1 f-' Q ' o w : , Q 1 Lf ' I ff . . rs 1 Av Q- '- Q, i VV Fig bb fs , Vg 11 D05 f 1 pau-1 Q F521 W 5 . 1 E n D is ii f f D3 gs K9 iss. oi ' Q4 og .92 1' ffl , ob fa, TF 'il A fx oh P 3 Q' I T vi .f Y 1 6' l r, , an , , vi 1 lj' ,I 1 1 Q-rg . J , N '!y Z - izf I' sf! P ,H w ,G , if , 'yi-1, ,L If lf'-5 V x EQ QQ fini X m if. ' fri: r 'r QQ? FJ! 'U VF I fpl V-vi, ' k i P an 'e xihet Y 'Lv K1 ' 0 M .QTEK 155 535 can '1 M, JL A' ykfjf EEE, YALQ W Qfjimmi flfmnf , 1 ' Hff- 2 , Miss ii'li0llCI1tll21lZ llihat was Penn's 'First name? Fred Siem: Foiintain. Allan H.: That fellow acts like litmus paper. Larry E.: 'H'ow's that? i i Allan ill.: lVhen he is with a girl he turns pink, and when he's alone he's hlue. Gladys: Moon, the football man, is taking me to the, hop. Vllhat :lo you know about him? , Maynarcl: l-le's a wonder. lle has a heautiful straigzght arm. Gladys: A strai,Q,'l1t arm won't clo me any good. "Niok": XVhen do you expect to ,Q,'racluate? Roy P.: Every year. His socks were 'Full of holes, hut she clicln't give a darn. Herb.: Do cats ,eo to heaven? A.: Of Course not, silly. Little rows of zeros Not so very quaint, Make your graduation Look as though it a.in't. C. Colherlz That waiter is either a elunee or a humorist. .lcla Mae: What's the matter? ' C. Colbert: l' orclered extract of beet and he brought me milk. Miss Aclsit: This is the thirml time youtve lookeml on Pe1'ey's paper. A Willard K.: Yes, mam he 1loesn't write verv mlainlv. , 7 1 . 1 Marian: 'l had a clate with a minrl reamler once. Auclra: 'How clicl she like her var-ation? "Fo' why is yo, scolding ale hoy?' 4'Cause he let de ehicrkens out' '4Don't worrx' ehiekens alwavs eome home to roost." . 7 . 4'Dat's :le trouble. .Day all went home to roostf' 'tMiekie": You say Francis Clark has brain fever? "Sheik',:l4'at elmnce! Can an angleworm have water on the knee? Miss Sprague: Clyde, what is the longest sentenee you can give? Alfiymu-fi: Lite imprisonment. First Fly ton the Corn Flake hoxl Come on, let's hurry. Seeoml Fly Ctrying' to keep upl What's the rush? First Fly fheginning' to runl t'an't you read? ,It says, "tear along this line." I'a,a7e Ninety- Llirefi . f'y',jflEQ.jj it 'i A BUSY GUY "'S'I"0T0 QQFACULT T oN s 4 0,9 Q s . :wr-ag.-1-:.':-'P Q Qzgxozst' 0 9 0:9 Q' Q Q ' Q' Q C 9 P ' 0 4 :'4 Q Q' 4,5 9 P ,0,o,::r fig! 4 + I . 'O.4 'P I IS COACH FRED EARLE WHEN HE ISNT COHC HES WITH HIS GIRL iw J is . -I Z Z 15' -Q f g -- I g." .- MFE!!! fliiiigi' I IES!" --f-:za fffl.. , agwlr a . af' p -- ---- - o , nw- fc Q Y vw' Q 0uR DEAR, ow "N:cKI' A VEH MAN E ns LEONARD MC6.EEj B055 OF OUR RIFLE qua, fl 5 You cfm segsu 'xlifv' -INIV 1 0 I LY' ' 'A-- D Ju- IS AN EXPERT AT GOLF: :fum 'FELLow' TEAQHES IF YOU CANT BELIEVE IT- ALcxAeRAuc STUFF3 You'LL GUESS HIS NAME SEE THE cup HE CARRIED og' IF You mv HARD ENUFF! Page N clx fo i lf' '4Click'l C.: Deurio, therr-'s something Vw been wanting to tell. for il woek hawk. 'tRoxio": Oh! This is so suclxlenl 'Tllckf' C.: Try Sloz1n's lqiniment. you Art D.: Say, you know u lot about history. Can you toll me 'Y somotliiiig' uhout tho urge of lulizubotli? ,l4illll9l' li.: Yes, she will bo sixtoou next month. "Pz1pz1. kin I go SW'll'llllll1l,?,, t'Thoy z1in't no wutuh, cliilclf' Hljont uvocl none. I kin mlo the Sun st1'oko." M r. Soutor: 'llell all you know about ethyl zu-otute. Bob L.: Nllhols she? A new girl? Puppy low loauls to u 4lo,f3's life. Miss Critsor: Now, Class, register fear: 'hVll,?lt,S the Wliat :ire you ifeg'ist.o1'ii1pg? ? Hugh l3.f No Salle. .X Juno bug' ll'lill'l'lQll an ungloworihg Au z1c'c'iclent out her in two. 'llhoy cfliarg'e4l the bug' with bigquniy, Now what cfoulcl, the poor tliing mlo? mutter l'l'ug'h, l ,. ,. . .. . i "Xic'k": l just met u man who told me l lookefl like you. "Popl' S.: XhlllQl'9 is he? l want to break his neck. "Nic+k',: l'ye zilrozuly killc-ll him. Croiglitou li.: l'll givo you u quzwtor, Rllflllj' if you'll get mo Z1 look of your sister's hair. "Buclcly',: Make it a clollur, :mil li'll get you the whole hunvh. T 1 know whero sho linligs it. Sopliomorez Get off my 'l'4wt. W lfrosliie: ls it much of il wulk? I Pz1rty's gg'ottinp,' cleaul-we nowl at joke haul- ll A bzul joko woulcl be just us pgoocl but- xi ' .X gout atv ull our other jokos, , Anal thou lwgmi to run, l 4 li cannot stop he softly suiml, .l um so 'l'ull ol' l'un. i "Billy" Willizuus: You know, Aiiulra, my folks mine over in the Mayflower. Auclru: Shcfs only hourcl this ubout u lllll14ll'C1l times lwforo, so sho alewiclvs to do soiuetliing' rushlj Youll? Mine c'oulcln't como they liucl to go to Julius Cz10sur's funeral. Page Ninety- five Affhi ,F i 1.T,?,? J- D 1 , a ,-. 1 if Q: sq Q! Q , ' ' 'JW' 7 1- ' ' F y44fv?3J., UL-4 we .2- pg fm .gl - -f . W-'L-f' JVYSA L fr L,-f , J f X Autographs Qfff J-753 EQ, J 'f, HX, , ,,. . fi 1, f"5"'V4 W fMf'Wwff..fQ X, aw ' ,zf - , . 1 , 5 " 'fry iff -Clcffy A 1 Eff WMM 'M uf Sf , - Eff f .yyfwvvfifvf ,Q M4 , - , EM X!! -'15 I -' ' I H fi Ag Ax, f ' " " f- ', " . ,- 'f" W, F. V gc-11 Q-ij, 1, 7 1 W . .W fffiaw' L--V ' 'LLM ff!! 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