Ukiah High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Ukiah, CA)

 - Class of 1932

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L 71 . , Q 3 A : 1932 Published by the Student Body of UKIAH UNION HIGH SCHOOL Ukiah, California Contents Faculty ............ 4 Student Body ..... .... 5 Seniors ..................... ....... 6 -12 Senior Records ....... ....... 1 3-15 Class Will .........,.. ....... 1 6-17 Junior Class ........... .... 2 0 Sophomore Class 21 Freshman Class 22 99 44-10092 Pure 23 UkiaHi Staff .,..,. 26 Editorial .....,.... 27 Girls' League ..... .... 2 8 Scholarship ...... 29 HiTalk .............. 30 Latin Club ........ 31 Block U .............. 32 Hi-Y, Glee Club .. 33 Band .,.................. 34 Orchestra ........ 35 Dramatics .......... 36 Society ..................... 38 Anderson Valley 40 Football ..,........... 42 Basketball ....,..... 43 Baseball ......... 47 Track ................ 48 Tennis ........,,.....,. . 51 Girls' Athletics .. 52 Exchanges .......... - 53 Snaps ....,.............,. ....... 5 4-56 Ads and Jokes .,..... 57-63 Autographs ...,.. PAGE THREE . .... 64 l-- 1 , . 1 - 352215 TOP ROW-C. M. Fulkerson, Principalg W. A. Chessall, Vice-Principal, Ruth Beaufort, Paul Beaufort. SECOND ROW-E. B. Christensen, Nell Cox, Evelyn Eilers, V Giles. THIRD ROW-Audrey 1-lollenbeck, M. Jergens, Betty Kahler, Laura Kaiser. FOURTH ROW-P. Lung, Louise O. McDonald, Shirley Perry, J. Roberts lvar Saari. PAGE FOUR . . I I I Lynn Bell Cedric Thornton Barbara Stipp Carl Fred President V. President Secretary Athletic Rep. Students Qody Under the leadership of President Lynn Bell, the Student Body has experienced a very successful year. One of the first things accomplished this year was the introduction of Student Body tickets. There were both one dollar and four dollar tickets. The one dollar ticket merely entitled a student to membership in the Student Body, while the four dollar ticket included various Student Body functions and greatly reduced the cost for those holding tickets. The annual play of the Student Body was presented on February 26. It was "The Rear Car." The play was a huge success and greatly aided the Student Body financially. Two flags were purchased for use on the stage. A desk and gavel were made in the manual training department for the use of the Student Body officers. The officers for the year were: Lynn Bell, Presidentg Cedric Thornton, Vice-President, Barbara Stipp, Secretary, Mr. Chessall, Treasurer, Carl Fred, Athletic Representative and Erla Yarbrough and Harley Branson, Yell Leaders. Barbara Stipp, '33, PAGE FIVE I I I X A I ,M-L fb ETHEL ANKER .Man FRANK BEDNAR "Frank" A !',1'M' K. J EWELL BLANKENSHIP "Sonny Boy' FRANK BRANSON "Grass Vahey frm! f 1' ' 7 'ds WZ WALTER BUCHHOLZ "Buck" mal'-lv - iT 5 LUCILLE BUTLER "FI'9nChiE" , 'Cross Country" I' " , XML, Vlfvv cb! WILLIAM DALE CARTER CAMPBELL "Wild Bill" "Milkshake" 23 RAYMOND VIVIAN CHAPPELL COOPER ..Ray., ..Viv,. MARGARET MAY CRAWFORD DAHLBERG "Babe" "Daisy" 1.1 DOXSTADER ..Mmy.. "D Q" , o F , Y ' Left' PAGE SEVEN N 5 Y X VALBERTA EVERSOLE "Squirt" CARL FRED ..Dad,, Y ,'J' , KXTIE GARZINI A-Kane" THELMA HARDY "Selski" OYLLETTA HAWN upeggierv ,J I' -1 x f ff -s x FRED FRASER "Freddie" JESSE FREY '-Fishy" JACK GILES "Fannie" P FLOYD 9 1 4' 11 X s HAWN f J ' "Butch" v 1 . A Q 3 BEATRICE FIOLLINGSWORTH uBeeu PAGE EIGHT 1 PATRICIA IIOLLINGSWORTH "Pat" , wgfv ,awry lJfJv ' K lvvd' RANCIS UGHES 'T Squared Hughes" DENNISON KNIGHT "Denny" THOMAS LANE 1 F yT'I'om fr VV' flkvlx,-. MARTHA LOCKE "Mart" Lf, f jj! .V Y X I 4 ' PAGE NINE O .1..1 ELSTON HOLLAND "Eaglebeak" ', f f' ,A Cnlgj ,gl x--f1f"L'54f:--'eg ETHEL "WI INGRAM "Cleo" bk It VERNETTY LAKE -'Netryu FLOYD LAWRENCE "Lloyd" VELMA LOWREY '-vel" T 4 NMA fk' k I Nvs. U bf December 'f T Left . VIRGINIA MATHEWS "Gin" MACK MILLER N "BePf" :lo I, x x .x xx: qu UNO g NIEMI yfyx HFWashH x 1 2 :fd PEARL OGLE "Squirrel" VESTA PURDY HUNT upidn EMIL MIKKILA "Mike" ROXIE MILLER 44R0xy1 STERLING NORGARD "Chris" GLADYS POMA "Chakko" JANE RAWLES "Jamey" PAGE TEN K . Q I. -.IXETE X RUDD ulj "Pete" . U I4 BRUNO M dv-A? SARGENTINI J ' Mk "Bluno" WILMER SHIELDS , k!'B9anie" ,I Q rxwaffn 'H ' OLIVA ,M W, W' SOINILA H . noone" fy,- GRACE STEWARD McCRACKEN "Sparkey" PAGE ELEVEN I I I H H I HERMAN RUTLER "Hermie" ELIZABETH SAWYERS "Lizzie" MARY SMITH "Smitty" 1' f ' ff Y , .,ffL':, Q., -Q, N - -- TY f ,Q PAULINE STEIERT "Polly" x V' 1 -XJ'-' ' Q , . HENRY STRONG "I-IUSKY" ...Q-1.-11...- J . ' 'Ji' ww ,J .- N , QA" N f CEDRIC THORNTON QJ . "Ced" , 1 A , ' ALICE E VALETTE mf' Home-- MARY WHITE urraxin , . r ba, A 1, 2 ELSIE ' ' ' WOLF ..E1Se,, ELYSE YORK "Susie" r 3' ARTHUR TWEEDY "Slicker" ODETTE ADJ VALETTE H 'A ' non, LEONA WINSBY "Lee" fv ,V g'x1 ERLA YARBROUGH ucapn 5'- Vy, . ., I PAGE TWELVE Senior WINIFRED ALLEN C. S. F. '29, '30, '31, Hi-Talk '31, Latin Club '29, '30, '31, Glee ICluh '30, "'Junior Follies" '31, "Our Aunt From California" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '32, Hist. Club '30, Tennis '31, Volley- ball '31, '32, Speedball '31, Basketball '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball '29, '30, '31, Circus '29, '30, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Citizenship Commit- tee '30, B. E. Club '32. ETI-IEL ANKER C. S. F. '29, '30, '31, '32, Deleg. '29, '31, Hi-Talk '31, '32, Glee Club '30, '31, Pres. Hist. Club '30, "Junior Follies" '31, Tennis '29, '31, '32, Circus '29, '30, Volleyball '30, '31, '32, Basketball '30, '31, '32, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Speedball '31, Play Day '29, '30, '31, UkiaHi Staff, B. E. Club '32. LENA BALZARINI Tennis Club Sec'ty '31, Tennis '30, '31, Basketball '29, '30, '31, '32, Volleyball '30, '31, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Circus '29, '30, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Glee Club '30, '31, Speedball '30, '31, B. E. Club. LYNN BELL Stamp Club '31, Hi-Talk '31, '32, Hi-Y Vice-Pres. '32, Class Pres. '31, Stu- dent Body Pres. '32, "Junior Follies" '31, Track '29, '30, '31, Tennis '29, '30. '31, '32, Block U Society '31, '32, "Rear Car" '32. JEWELL BLANKENSI-LIP Band '29, '30, '31, Glee Club '32, Or- chestra '32, Radio Club '30, "Junior Follies" '31, Hist. Club '30. ELMI BOM C. S. F. '31, Glee Club '30, Hist. Club '30, Hi-Talk '31, '32, Basketball '32, Volleyball '31, '32, Baseball '31, Play Day' '29, '30, '31, Hi-Jinx '30. FRANK BRANSON Editor Hi-Talk '31, '32, Glee Club '30, '32, "Junior Follies" '31, Class Sec'ty '30, Block U Society '30, '31, '32, De- bating Club '30, Pres. Hist. Club '30, Hi-Y Sec'ty '32, Hi-Y Club '31, Class C Track '29, 'Class A Track '30, '31, Football '30, '31, UkiaHi Staff '32. PAGE THIRTEEN - .-.l. l --ll- , ecards MARY BRAWN Class Treas. '31, Hi-Talk '31, Glee 'Club '29, "Junior Fo1lies" '31, "The Kelley Kid" '31, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Play Day '29, '30, '31, "The Rear Car" '32, Hist. Club '30, Tennis '29, '30, '31, Speedball '30, '31, Circus '30, Basket-- ball '29, 30, 31, 32, Baseball '29, '30, '31, Volleyball '30, '31, G. L. Cheer Leader '30. WALTER BUCHHOLZ "Skidding" '31, Hist. Club '30, "Jun- ior Follies" '31, Block U '30, '31, '32, Hi-Talk '32, Football '31, Basketball '30, '31, '32, Hi-Y '31, '32. LIERLE BUTLER Transferred from Penn. '31, Basket- ball Class A '32, Track Class A '32. LUCILLE CAMBOT "Junior Follies" '31, Circus '29, Hi- Jinx '30. WVILLIAM CARTER Block U Society '30, '31, '32, Hist. Club '30, "Junior Follies" '31, Class C Track '29, Basketball '29, '30, 31, Class A Track '30, '31, '32, B. E. Club '32. RAY CHAPPELL C. S. F. '29, '30, '31, '32, Del. '29, '31, '32, Dist. Council '30, '31, Latin Club '29, '30, '31, 32, Sec'd Consul '32, De- bating Club '0, Hi-Y '31, '32, Mgr. "Junior Follies" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '32, Hi-Talk '31, '32, Student Body Mgr. '32, UkiaHi Staff '32. MARGARET CRAWFORD Mothers' Tea '29, Play Day '29, '31, Open House Comm. '31, "Junior Fol- lies" '31, Hi-Talk '32, Glee Club '30, Hist. Club '30, "The Trysting Place" '31. MAY DAHLBERG Debating Club '29, Hist. Club '30, Glee Club '30, Tennis '29, Play Day '29, '30, Volley Ball '31, '32. DOROTHY DOXSTADER Transferred from Mission High, S. F. '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Glee Club '32, P omptr ss "Believe It Or Not" dz 424 MILLICENT EDWARDS BEATRICE HOLLINGSWORTI-I Transferred from Casper, Wyo., '29, Band '30, '31, '32, Orchestra '30, '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Hi-Talk '32, Girls' Duet '32. VALBERTA EVERSOLE C. S. F. '29, '30, '31, '32, Deleg. '30, '31, Hi-Talk '31, '32, "Our Aunt From California" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '32, "Junior Follies" '31, Circus '29, '31, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Hist. 'Club '30, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Tennis '29, Vol- ley Ball '31, Basketball '32. FRED FRAZER "Skidding" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '32, Class Pres. '32, Pres. C. S. F. '32, C. S. F. '31, '32, Deleg. '30, '31, Hi-Y Club '31, '32, Hist. Club '30. CARL FRED Block U Society '30, '31, '32, Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Basketball '29, '31, Student Body Athletic Rep. '32, Ukia- Hi Staff '32. JACK GILES Class V. Pres. '29, '32, Sec. and Treas. Block U '32, Football '29, '30, 31, '32, Class C Track '29, Class A Track '30, '31, Tennis '31, '32, "Junior Follies" '31, Block U Society '31, '32, Baseball '29, Class B Basketball '29, '31, Ukia- Hi Staff '32, "Rear Car" '32. THELMA HARDY Girls' League Sec '31, Circus '30, HL- Jinx '29, Play Day '29, "Junior Fol- lies '31, Class Sec. '31, Girls' League Conv. '31, Vice-Pres. Girls' League '32, "Believe It Or Not" '32. FLOYD HAWN Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Class Treas. '29, Student Council '32, Block U So- ciety '30, '31, '32. ORLETTA HAWN "Junior Follies" '31, Glee Club '31, Orchestra '29, '30, Play Day '31, Baseball '30, Volleyball '29, '30, '31, '32. ELSTON HOLLAND Sodalitas Classica '29, '30, C. S. F. '31, Hist. Club '30, Debating Club '30, Hi- Y '31, '32, "Believe It Or Not" '32, "Skidding" '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Band '29, "The Rear Car" '32, Crafts- men 'Club '31, Student Council '32. Capt. Drill Team '29, Capt. Bicycle Group '29, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Mothers' Tea '29, Band '29, '30, '31, Girls' Duet '32, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Volleyball '31, '32, Basketball '29, Hi-Talk '32, Orchestra '29, '30, 31, B. E. Club '32. VESTA PURDY HUNT C. S. F. '29, '30, '31, Hi-Talk '31, '32. Band '29, '30, '31, Sodalitas Classica '29, '30. ETHEL INGRAM Sodalitas 'Classica '29, '30, '31, C. S. F. '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Glee Club '30, '32, Circus '30, Tennis '29, Play Day '29, '31, Hi-Jinx '29, '30. TOM LANE Class C Basketball '29, '30, '31, Class C Track '30, '31. FLOYD LAWRENCE "Junior Follies" '31, Hist. Club '30. MARTHA LOCKE C. S. F. '29, '30, 31, Deleg. '31, Soda- litas Classica '29, '30, '31, Glee Club '31, Hi-Talk '31, '32, Hist. Club 30, Fin. Comm. '31, Tennis '29, '30, '31, Volley Ball '31, '32, Basketball '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Circus '29, '30, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Play Day '29, '30, '31' UkiaHi '32. VIRGINIA MATHEWS Class Sec. '29, Girls' League Con. '30, C. S. F. '30, '31, '32, "Junior Follies" '31, "Our Aunt From California" '31, "Bargains In Cathay" '31, "Skidding" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '31, "Tue Rear Car" '31, -Circuit '29, '30, H.- Talk Sec. '32, Cr. Senior Adv. Comm. '30, Hist. Club Sec. '30, Debating Club '30, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Student Body Sec. '31, Volleyball '31, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, UkiaHi Staff '32. EMIL MIKKILA Football '29, '30, '31, Block U '31, '32, History Club '28, '29, MACK M. MILLER Football '29, '30, '31, '32, Manager Basketball '30, Block U Society '30, '31, '32. ROXIE MILLER Transferred from Anderson Valley '32. FRANCIS HUGHES UNO NIEMI Class MC Basketball '29, '30, Class B Basketball '31, '32, Class C Track '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Hist. Club '30. Football '29, '30, '31, Class B Basket- ball '30, '31, Class C Track '30, Hist. Club '30, Block U Society '30, Track Class B '32, Class A Basketball '32. PAGE FOURTEEN STERLING NORGARD Band '29, Glee Club '32, Hist. Club '30, Class B Basketball '32, "Junior Follies" '31. PEARL E. OGLE Transferred from Anderson Valley '29, Hi-Jinx '30, Play Day '30, Hi- Talk '31, '32, Hist. Club '30, "Believe It Or Not" '31. GLADYS POMA Play Day '29, Hi-Talk '31, Glee Club '31, "Junior Follies" '31. PETE RUDD Block U '31, '32, Manager Basketball Team '31, Football '32, "Believe It Or Not" '32, "Rear Car" '32. I-IERMAN BUTLER Latin Club '29, '30, '31, Quaestor '31, Glee 'Club '30, Hist. Club '30, Class Treas. '30, "Junior Follies" '31. BRUNO SARGENTINI Class C Track '31, Class B Basketball '32, Hist. Club '30, Band '30, '31, '32, B. E. Club '32. GRACE STEWART McCRACKEN Circus '29, '30, Hi-Jinx '29, Play Day '29, '30, Orchestra '29, '30, '31, Glee Club '30, '31, Tennis '29, '30, '31, Vol- leyball '30, '31, '32, Basketball '29, '30, '31, Baseball '29, '30, Speedball '30, '31, "Believe It Or Not" '31, B. E. Club '32. IVILMER SI-IIELDS Transferred from Eureka '31, Foot- ball '30, '31, Block U '31, President Block U '32, Class C Track '31, As- sistant Editor UkiaHi '31, lClass A Track '32, UkiahHi Staff '32, B. E. Club '32. MARY SMITH Sodalitas Classica '29, '30, '31, Cheer Leader '30, Hi-Talk '31, '32, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Circus '29, G. A. A. Com- mittee '31, '32, Baseball '29, '30, '31, Basketball '29, '30, '31, '32, Volleyball '29, '30, '31, Tennis '29, '30, Speedball '31, "Junior Follies" '31, Glee Club '30, '31, History 'Club '30, Hi-Jinx '29, '30. OLAVI SOINILA Baseball '29, '30, '32, Track '30, '31, Football '30, '31, Class A Basketball '30, '31, '32, Block U Society '30, '31, '32, History Club '30. JAMES CEDRIC THORNTON Transferred from Potter Valley '30, Class Vice-President '31, President Hi-Y 'Club '32, Vice-President Student Body '32, Scholarship Society '32, Hi- Talk '31, '32, "Junior Follies" '31, "Be- lieve It Or Not" '32, "Rear Car" '32. PAGE FIFTEEN -- . - HENRY STRONG Tennis '30, '31, '32, Tennis Club '30, Class C Basketball '30, Class +C Track '30, Block U Society '31, '32. ARTHUR TWEEDY Class C Basketball '29, Class C Track '29, '30, Class B Basketball '31, Class A Track '31, '32, Football '31, '32, Class A Basketball '32, Block U So- ciety '31, '32, Sec. Hist. Club '30, Class Rep. '31, "Junior Follies" '31. ALICE VALETTE Basketball '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball '29, '30, '31, Tennis '29, '30, '31, Vol- leyball '29, '30, '31, Speedball '29, '30, '31, Hi-Jinx '29, '30, Circus '29, '31, Glee 'Club '30, Hist. Club '30, Play Day '29, '30, '31, "Junior Follies" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '32, "The Tryst- ing Place" '31, Ch. G. A. A. Comm. '31, '32. ODETTE VALETTE Basketball '31, '32, "Junior Follies" '31, Glee Club '31, Play Day '31, Hist. Club '30, Speedball '30, Volleyball '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball '30. MARY WHITE Pres. Girls' League '32, Class Vice- Pres. '30, Cit. Comm. '31, Student Bo- dy Rep. De. Comm. '32, C. S. F. '29, '30, '31, '32, Treas. '32, Pres. '32, Rep. '29, '30, '31, "Skidding" '31, "Believe It Or Not" '31, "Bargains In Cathay" '31, Orchestra '29, Hi-Talk '32, Latin Club '29, '30, '31, Quaestor '30, Consul '31, Hist. Club '30, Debating Club '31, UkiaHi Staff '32. LEONA WINSBY Pres. Hist. Club '30, Debating Club '30, Volleyball '30, '31, '32, Basketball '31, '32. ELSIE MAE WOLF Play Day '29, Circus '30, Glee Club '30, '31, Hist. Club '30. ERLA YARBROUGH C. S. F. '29, '31, Del. '31, Latin Club '29, '30, '31, Hist. Club '30, Class Pres. '30, Class Rep. '29, I-Ii-Talk '31, Man- ager '32, "Junior Follies" '31, "Kelly Kid" '31, Orchestra '29, '30, Basket- ball '31, '32, Volleyball '30, '31, '32, Speedball '31, '32, Baseball '31, Cir- cus '29, '30, '31, Hi-Jinx '29 ,'30, Play Day '29, '30, '31, Yell Leader '32, "The Rear Car" '32, UkiaHi Staff '32. ELYSE YORK "The Trysting Place" '31, Hist. Club '30, Glee Club '31, Play Day '29, '30, 313 "Junior Follies" '31. - d Class Wiz! We, the graduating Ward No. 1932 of Ukiah State Institution, Town of Ukiah City, being of unsound minds and doubtful intellect and most biased, do insanely will and bequeath to the less fortunate inmates, the bc- low: "Junior" Allen-my ability to speak foreign languages to "Frenchie" Sanchez. "Ma" Anker-my intelligence to Robt. Taylor McGarvey Cby request Q . "Balzi" Balzarini-my symetrical legs to "Pinkie" Fulkerson. CGod bless him-him need 'emJ. "Frank" Bedner-my ability to do nothing and graduate on it to Chas. Smith. "Geoffrey" Bell-to Bob Stipp, my big shoes, hoping they'll support her as well as they have me. "Rabbit" Blankenship-my knowledge of the Bible to Paul Hansen. "Konn" Bom-my failing for Soinilas to the freshmen. "Angel-face" Branson-my high ideals and lofty morals to anyone who needs them, though no one can live up to them as I have. iJoin the HI-Y and keep fitl . "Solly" Brawn-my dignified and sedate ways to Bernice Weger. "Buck" Buchholtz-my 31.30 Bill Davis owes me to Harvey Weather- head. "Cross-country" Butler--my ways with the women to my Apache sis- ter. "Frenchie" Cambot-my taxi and wardrobe to the survivors. "Milkshake" Campbell-my 3-year Chemistry course to Jim Davis. "Wild Bill" Carter-my unique spelling ability to Don Frey. "Ray" Chappell-my spizzerinktum, roccoco, machicolated, repertoire of diction to somebody what ain't got some. "Viv" Cooper--my ability to play basketball to Elaine James. Q "Marj" Crawford-my ability to mind my own business and my flat feet to Lucille Thomasq "Daisy" Dahlberg-my hot reputation to Irene David. "Dot" Doxstader-my operatic I 'ZJ voice to Mary' and Nan Grant, knowing that there will be enough for both. ' "Milly" Edwards-my unpaid bills and family troubles to anyone who can bear them as uncomplainingly as I have. "Squirt" Eversole-my figure to Ernestine Gibson. "Freddy" Fraser-my limosine to Jergens and Giles, Inc. "Dad" Fred-my artistic ability to Marcelle Valette. "Fishy" Frey-my one demerit that I ain't got to Billie Kehoe. "Katie" Garzini-my seating arrangement to Alta Dahlberg. "Fannie" Giles-Pearl says Jack can't leave anything--she wants it all. "Selski" Hardy-my loyalty to the Alma Mater to Molly Orr. "Butch" Hawn-my ability to open bottle without cutting my thumb to Lynn Ganter. "Peggy" Hawn-my ability to be in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong person to Marilyn Heynes . PAGE SIXTEEN 1 i "Bee" Hollingsworth-my harmonizing disposition to Hazel Turri. "Eagle-Beak ' Holland-my stentorian voice to Elizabeth Burnham. "T-Square" Hughes-my numerous girl-friends to someone who hasn'+ as many. "Vehicl:er" Purdy Hmit-my ability to laugh at my own jokes to my s ouse. P "Cleo" Ingram-my enviable position in the social world to Leona Brush. "Denny" Knight-my deep, rolling voice to Tootie Bailey-C. O. D "Tom" Lane-my circle U to Don Ciancio who needs a few more awards. "Lloyd" Lawrence-my tactful ways and gracious manners to Ted Bonnifields. "Mart" Locke-my innocent looks to Odie Rawley. "Vel" Lowry-my ways with the sailors to the navy. "Sparky" Stewart McCracken-my ability to control my temper to Kenny Shultz. "Gin" Mathews-all I can will is something sinister about being a spinster. "Mike" Mikkila-my ability to keep kissable to the Coach. "Mac" Miller-the few secrets I haven't told to someone who wants to know. "Rox" Miller-one-half of my flowing tresses to Elenore Snyder and the other half to Irene Doran. "Nick" Niemi-my block U to Martha Hansen, being as she alreadv has it. "Sterly" Norgard-my impertinent lock of hair that habitually as- sumes an upright position to Jim Ford whose habitually assumes a down- ward position. "Squirrel" Ogle-my profile to Blondie Schwarm. Chako" Poma-my wardrobe to Joan Moulton. J aney" Rawles-my robust constitution to Jesse McKinley. Pete" Rudd-my ambition to Jim Davis. ' "Hermie" Rutler-my collection of souvenirs to Ukiah confectioners. "Bluno" Sapgentini-my kittenish looks to Gordon Smith. Lizzy" Lambert Sawyers-my advice on married life to my sister. Beanie" Shields-my Austin to Fat McCracken. Cowboy" Smith-my blue eyes to Betty Butler. Smitty" Smith-my million dollar figure to Martha Brown. Oolie Soinila-my speed limit to Bob McGarvey and Layton Bertsch. Polly" Steiert-my tonnage to Betty Wherman. Husky" Strong-the cute little way I do the cute little things I do to Lloyd McCracken. "Ced" Thornton-my loyalty to Potter Valley to the Potter Valleyites. Slicker" Tweedy-my track pants to Mahatma Ghandi. Al" Valette-my figure to Francis McCowen. O" Valette-my sweet retiring ways to F. A. Salls. "Taxi" White-my Grecian goddess-like profile to "Buddy" Chessall. "Lee" Winsby-my titian locks to Miss Kaiser. Else" Wolf-my mascarra to Millicent Neep. "Red" Yarbrough-my position as yell leader to Ernestine Gibson. I6 H ll U li ll ll ll Il H ll ll ll ll PAGE SEVEN TEEN A .....Ll.... -l 11 "Pork" York-anything I have to anybody who needs anything. As a whole, we will- Our remaining sanity to the Freshman Class. Our wim, wigor, and witality to the Sophs. Our unapproachable moral standards to the Juniors. We are assuming that the faculty has had all it can stand from us. In witness hereto we hereby plant our feet and repeal all former acts passed by us prior to this day, June 10, 1932. SENIOR CLASS, 1932. School 'Dances Dances few and far between, Three or four a year, Where girls all air their party frocks, And boys their-well, oh, dear. And each girl has a chaperone To see that she behaves, The nursemaid sits there till the end, Tho' fresh air she might crave. Our "Prof" too, stands there by the door. To see just who comes in, To enter you must qualify Or be a kith or kin. The mothers sit and gossip there About who dances by, They never miss a single soul, Each mis-step they espy. The poor girls all become confused, And what about the boys? Above the band's romantic tunes Gossip is the only noise. "That girl's dress is much too short, And stockings she has none. She's flirting now, the daring thing! Now, I must warn my son." But everyone enjoys himself, A crowd you'1l always see, Tho' half of them might only come To watch his he or she. The other half just come, you know, It's quite the thing to do, For they must know the latest stuff, And see who's bringing who. M. Locke and E. Anker, '32. PAGE EIGHTEEN r R x President ..,A....... ........ P olly Mannon Vice-President .... ..,.. W inifred Church Secretary ., . .. A.., B ill Bertsch Treasurer ....,rrrrrA.A.......r,........ Albert Ganter Class Representative ......e. Anthony Pacini unior lass The year 1931-32 was a very interesting and successful one for the Juniors. The Junior Gayeties very deservedly drew a record-breaking crowdg and though Friday the 13th is considered unlucky it gave them a chance for some unusual decorations for their dance. Due to the financial success of the Gayeties the Seniors are expecting a very lavish banquet, and from all indications they are going to get it. Polly Mannon, '33. PAGE TWENTY .2 I 1 I ,ff A gg .1 -A vi J Sl Ill mbwx President Harley Branson Vice-President Takashi Wada Secretary Audrey Knudsen Treasurer Claire Pauli Class Representative Edith Locke Class Rep. to D. Comm. Mary Scholl Sophomore Class The Sophomore Class of 1932 has succeeded in having a most success- ful year. Every member belongs to some school activity. We feel that we have helped in furthering the success of these activities. We put on our annual class dance and succeeded in having, besides a good time, the most unique of decorations, a huge mirror-covered revolv- ing ball, which flashed myriads of lights over all the gym. The Sophomore Biology Classes have helped to beautify the grounds surrounding the building and are enlarging the museum, which is of inter- est to the whole school. We have had the best advisors this year, and we thank them for their cooperation with our class. Audrey Knudsen, '34, PAGE TWENTY-ON l. l I I Ks President Donald Crawford Vice-President Tommy Mercer Secretary Barbara Davis Treasurer Sylvia Ulvila Class Rep. to D. Comm. Chaplin Williams Class Rep. Hale McCowen Fresbfrzazze lass The Freshman Class of 1931 entered school on September 21, 1931. The first meeting was called to order on Tuesday, September 22, the purpose being to elect officers for the coming year. Those elected were: Donald Crawford, presidentg Tommy Mercer, vice-president, Barbara Davis, secretary, Lynn Ganter, treasurerg Chaplin Williams, representative to the Citizenship Committee, and Hale McCowen, representative to the Student Council. Later in the semester, because of automatic deposal of the treasurer, Sylvia Ulvila was elected class treasurer. On December 11, the freshmen gave a costume dance in the gymnas- ium. There were prizes awarded for the best costumes. The party was a big success. Two of the freshmen boys made the "A" team in basketball. They were Tommy Mercer and Harvey Weatherhead. They both made a fine showing and did much credit to the class. Our hopes for the future are bright and we hope to do credit to Ultiah High. Barbara Davis, '35. PAC-E TWENTY-TWO -1i .... i .l 99 44-100 Per Cent Parc A slight breeze may be the harbinger of a mighty gale. That soft zephyr that gently fondles a stray lock of hair which has escaped from the jaunty brim of a pretty girl's new spring bonnet may glide on, gather- ing velocity, and cause the ruin of many beautiful and stately things. Just such a breath of Nature had the gust that was trying to disjoint the Der- ling home green in the early March afternoon, but now, at twenty-two minutes past ten o'clock, the small frame building seemed likely to do no less than soar. In fact, the only means of anchorage seemed to be Mr. Angus Derling, who was sitting firmly on the front porch with his coat collar turned up about his neck,his old fishing hat jammed solidly over his two ears, his hands planted in his pockets as if to add more weight to his sitting, and a scowl on his face that seemed to cause the wind to gasp as it drove past. The reason for Mr. Angus Der1ing's determination to defy the ele- ments was that he was thoroughly disgusted with those elements and any- thing and everything connected with them. The wind and the rain and the sun were his gods, and they had betrayed him. He had talked to the weather and confided in it. He had revealed his innermost secrets to that same wind. While riding his tractor, planting his flower garden, feeding his chickens, and hunting and fishing in his woods and streams, he had hoped soon to have a little companion, someone he might teach to love the great outdoors as he did. And in his mind the winds had heard his prayer and had promised him a son. Now, how he would like to throw things at that traitor, the wind. He was the father of a daughter, and she had been christened Ann, very much against his wishes. Being a girl was unfortunate, but, bearing that name, sne could never learn to fish. A year passed, and Mr. Angus Derling had learned that the only safe ylace for anything movable, breakable, swallowable, or marrable was on the highest possible shelf. Even then there was a chance of something left dangling to be pulled and so dislodge much. Ann was still only some- thing Mr. Angus Derling must rock and stay within doors to mind, some- thing he could rave about only to the winds. Fortune smiled elsewhere, and the Derling luck was smitten. A mort- gage threatened to take away his beloved hills, streams, and acres. The only truly prospering object was Ann. She giggled and annoyed with the vim and vigor of a professional. Then came that fatal day that no man can help but dread, that day when a man was expected from the city bank to present a foreclosure. The very hour approached. Mr. Angus Derling was facing departure from his wilds and life in a three room apartment in a grimy city, with no chance to escape from Ann-with no fish to catch. P An arriving automobile was discerned, and from the upstairs of his cozy home Mr. Angus Derling watched a dapper, grey clad figure bound along the walk that wound through his flower garden and mount to the front door. The visitor was admitted. It was mysterious how one on PAGE TWENTY-THREE -1 -1 such a sinister mission could enter that door with such bouyance and in such a smiling manner. "Good afternoon, Mr. Angus Derling. If you will be so kind as to sign your name just here, I shall see that all the necessary business is properly transacted." A shaking hand gripped a pen and vaguely scrawled a signature. "Thank you, Mr. Derling. As representative of Proctor and Gamble Company I thank you. After a wide search you are just the father whose baby's picture we must have for our latest Ivory Soap advertisement. I take pleasure in presenting you with our check for thirty-five thousand dollars." Mr. Angus Derling swooned quietly away. Within the ensuing five years Ann learned to fish. Virginia Mathews, '32. Our School Our school is a good school, A happy and contented school, A silly school, a sober school, That teaches mental food. It is a tall and stately school, A hard school, a helpful school That helps us to the end. Our principal's a short man, A smiling and a pleasant man, A hard man, a thoughful man That guides us fair and square. A likeable and kindly man, A helpful man, a jolly man That we should all admire. Virgina Ciancio, '33. PAGE TWENTY-FOUR M:-I F U kiaHi Staff TOP ROW-Wilmer Shields, Editor, Frank Branson, Manager, Miss Jer- gens, Advisor, James Ford, Assistant Editor . SECOND ROW-Ethel Anker, Organizations, Dale Campbell, Jokes and Snaps, Raymond Chappell, Literary, Millicent Edwards, Organizations. THIRD ROW-Carl Fred, Art, Jack Giles, Athletics, Martha Locke, Or- ganizations, Virginia Mathews, Society. FOURTH ROW-Mary White, Dramaticsg Erla Yarbrough, Exchanges. PAGE TXNEINTTY-SIX ..Tl - Fcizioriczl During the past few years the abolishing of the annual has been con- sidered. The students who are in favor of this book and buy it every year merely look at the pictures, read the jokes, comment on the cover, and then forget about it. Some students really treasure the annual because of the high school memories, but these students are few. There are two reasons for .discontinuing the publishing of the annual. First, there are a great many difficulties in producing it, and second, it is not worth the trouble. Under the first point there is the financial question. Outside of the student body and class donations the money must be raised by the staff. Some of this money is from advertising. The business men who advertise in the annual expect no added business because of their advertisements.. They are therefore practically donating their money to charity, and charity givers for a school annual are becoming scarce. The annual also demands a great deal of work. All the business of engraving and printing must be attended to. All the articles must be written by the staff. This work takes up a great deal of time outside of school. Does the result show the amount of work spent on it? Then too, cooperation of the business men and the student body is lacking. Our snap episode illustrates this, and our financial support is an illustration also. Each succeeding staff is determined to have the best publication. This is impossible since each annual is practically the same as the one before. The only difference being the pictures, jokes, and articles. Yet for the same book, with slight variations, we spend a large amount of money and time over and over again. Are we justified? Wilmer Shields, '32. PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Left to right: A. Adams, Freshman Rep., M. Vallette, Yell Leader, T. Hardy, vice-President, M. White, President, H. Swim, Secretary, N. Grant, Treasurerg Miss Hollenbeck, Advisor. G I R L S ' L E A G U E The Girls' League has had a very successful year under the able direc- tion of Miss Hollenbeck. Several dinners were given for the Freshmen girls and their Senior advisors for the purpose of getting better acquainted. The Girls' League Convention is to be held in Crescent City this year and the girls have chosen their representative. Play Day will be held here on May 21, and girls from Mendocino and Lake counties will participate in the sports and entertainment. The Leap Year Dance, held on April 29, was ti huge success. The gymnasium was transformed into a bower of roses. Helen Swim, Secretary. YELL LEADERS-Harley Branson, Erla Yarbrough PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT . TOP ROW-Harold Fulkerson, V. Giles, advisor, C. Pauli, A. Berry, E. Bom, S. Hietala, R. Chappell. SECOND ROW-C. Lang, V. Mathews, E. Yarbroughf, M, Locket, E. Anker, C. Mannon, J. Moultonii. BOTTOM ROW-M. Dahlberg, M. White, F. McCowen, M. Scholl, L. Thomas, A. Knudsen, N. Grant. S C H 0 L A R S H I P Under the sponsorship of Miss Giles, the Scholarship Society has en- joyed a successful and interesting year . Charlotte Mannon was elected as official delegate to the District Coun- cil held in Santa Rosa on December 5, 1931. She was accompanied by Miss Giles, Fred Fraser, Claire Pauli, Erla Yarbrough, and Ethel Anker. On February 24, a delegation was sent to Willits to install a Society there. There are now 22 members in the Society, the following Freshmen gaining membership in February: Lucille Thomas, Marhea Dehlberg, Clista Lang, and Caroline Anderson. Martha Locke, Ethel Anker, Mary White, and Raymond Chappell earned life-membership pins by the end of the first semester, and there will probably be more awarded at the end of the term. The officers for the first semester were: President, Fred Fraser, Vice- President, Erla Yarbrough, Secretary, Winifred Allen, Treasurer, Mary White. The officers for the second semester are: President, Mary White, Sec- retary Ethel Anker, Treasurer, Pat Lewis. The present members are: Seniors, Mary White, Ethel Anker, Elmi Bom, Raymond Chappell, Juniors, H. Fulkerson, N. Grant, S. Hietala, C. Mannon, A. Berry, Sophomores, A. Knudsen, P. Lewis, F. McCowen, M. Scholl, C. Pauli, Freshmen, L. Thomas, M. Dahlberg, C. Anderson, C. Lang. Ethel Anker, '32, iiResigned. PAGE TVVENTY-NINE TOP ROW-Frank Branson, Raymond Chappell, Millicent Edwards, Beat- rice Hollingsworth, Cedric Thornton, Claire Pauli, Margaret Crawford, Bob Harris, Lynn Bell. SECOND ROW-Molly Orr, Gail Neuhaus, Sylvia Ulvila, Mary Ellen Adams, Martha Locke, Ethel Anker, Virginia Ciancio, Bernice Weger. THIRD ROW-Valberta Eversole, Virginia Mathews, Pearl Ogle, Mary Smith, Erla Yarbrough, Elmi Bom, Vesta Purdy, Charlotte Mannon, Joan Moulton, Bonnie Brydon. FOURTH ROW-Miss Shirley Perry, Sponsor, Mary White, Frances McCowen, Jim Kasch, Georgiana Elliot, Barbara Davis, Doris Moulton, Barbara Stipp, Marjorie Smith. Hi-Talk, The newspaper club has experienced a most successful financial year. The interesting items and events of our institution have been profitably published. The meetings held once a month served to further interest in the activities of the club. Papers have been exchanged with over thirty-six high schools and colleges. The knowledge gleaned from these correspondences has proved to be a link between the various schools. This year's staff includes the following officers: Editor, Frank Bran- son, Manager, Erla Yarbrough, Secretary, Virginia Mathews. Each mem- ber of the club has contributed to the enlargement and improvement of the publication. It is hoped that in the coming year Hi-Talk will carry on its career as successfully as it has in the past year. Virginia Mathews, Secretary. PAGE THIRTY . TOP ROW-J. Kasch, A. Dahlberg, M. Andersen, I. Doran, C. Pauli, R. Chappell. SECOND ROW-J. Gibson, M. Dahlberg, C. L. Lang, H. Holten, C. Ander- son, P. Mannon, D. Fanucchi. THIRD ROW-D. Moulton, E. James, F. McCowen, Mrs. Eilers, Advisor, M. Scholl, A. Knudsen, L. Thomas. Latin., Club The Sodalita Classica of Ukiah High School is in one of its most prosperous years socially, financially, and numerically. The club has had its regular monthly meetings, alternating business and social activities. The meetings were all enjoyable and successful, es- yecially the one at which initiations were held. The officers elected for the year are as follows: C. Mannon, First Con- sul, R. Chappell, Second Consul, A. Knudsen, Scriptorg J. Gibson, Quaes- tor. The club is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Eilers. Audrey Knudsen, '34. 'Business Ebglisb Club The B. E. Club was organized the second semester under the sponsor- ship of Miss Kaiser. Meetings were held every Friday at 5th period, where programs to further interest in written and spoken English, business pre- cedure, and etiquette were given by committees composed of three mem- bers from the class. Aside from the business aspect of the club there were several lunch- eons held. They were enjoyed by everyone present. Ethel Anker, '32. PAGE THIRTY-ONE flock, U President Wilmer Shields Vice-President Floyd Hawn Secretary-Treasurer .lack Giles The Block MU" Society again has had a very profitable year maintain- ing its position as one of the leaders in school activities. The most notable of its achievements was the introduction of the new Chenille type of award, which won much popularity in the student body. Another feature of the 1932 year was the adoption of a Block "U" Constitution, made for the purpose of eliminating the wearing of unearned Block "U's." The annual picnic at Camp Inis and the annual Football banquet in the cafeteria added to the enthusiasm of the members of the society. f I A . 'fi :Y ,I X QQ J Top Row-E. J ackson, P. Rudd, L. Bell, D. Ciancio, M. Butler, H. Graziano Second Row-H. Fulkerson, H. Strong, Coach Christensen, W. Carter, O. Lawrence, F. Branson, H. Weatherhead, E. Mikkila, U. Niemi. Third Row-F. Hawn, W. Shields, F. McKenzie, J. Giles, U. Sonila, A. Gan- ter, M. Miller, W. Shoemake, A. Tweedy, F. Sanchez. PAGE THIRTY-Two - - I I I Hi-Y The Hi-Y Club was established during the last semester of last year. It is one of the clubs of the school for higher standards and ideals. In December the Hi-Y Induction Committee motored to Willits and initiated there a group of fine fellows. An all day session of the Older Boys Con- ference was held at the High School Auditorium on January 22. The club has a membership of fifteen with officers as follows: Cedric Thornton, President, Lynn Bell, vice-President, Frank Branson, Secretary, Harold Fulkerson, Treasurer, Mr. Lung, Advisor. It is hoped there will be a larger membership next year. Cedric Thornton, '32. leo Club The Ukiah High Boys' Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Lung, has had many interesting experiences. Despite the lack of interest shown at first, they had quite a few engagements. The boys sang for the Redwood Valley P. T. A., American Legion, and High School programs. We hope to have a bigger and better club next year. Harley Branson, '34. Top Row-D. Jarvis, W. Church, J. Reisinger, H. Hilts, F. Branson. Second Row-J. Gibson, H. Branson, Mr. Lung, D. Dutton, C. Crawford, J. Blankenship. PAGE THIRTY-THREE aasfl 73czncZ Under the apt supervision of Mr. I. E. Saari, the Ukiah High School Band and Orchestra has progressed very noticeably in all phases of music. The band has been in big demand, for all parades, both of town and high school, and has played for many entertainments, including the "Junior Gayetiesf' The members are all looking forward with growing interest to the first Band Concert to be given May 20, and all are expecting a big success. The High School Orchestra has also shown marked progress this term.. Several new instruments, which have been added since last year, have im- proved the harmonious effects of the orchestra immensely. Their first. PAGE THIRTY-FOUR -. .. . - public appearance was made at the Senior Play. They also played for the Student Body Play and made a very good showing. 'Band Members CLARINETS-Millicent Edwards, Elaine Morgan, Harley Branson, Mar- garet Grothe, Clair Holliday, Hilmar Finne, Dean Detrich, Hale McCow- en, Claire Pauli, Jewell Blankenship, Beatrice Hollingsworth, Helen Holten. CORNETS-TRUMPETS-Bill Davis, Arthur Church, Richard Leno, Bill Niemi, Jack Gibson, Jim Davis, Edgar Jackson, Paul Hansen, Bartow VanVoorhies. FRENCH HORN-Winfred Church, Francis Brown. MELLOPHONES-Stuart Eversole, Chaplin Williams, Bruno Sargentini, Alvin Fernback. FLUTES-PICCOLO-Harold Fulkerson, Lucille Thomas. ALTO SAXOPHONES-Hugo Graziano, Matilda Lucchesi, John Brake- bill, Donald Crawford. TENOR SAXOPHONE-Charles Koory. BARITONE SAXOPHONE-Harold Bertsch. BARITONES-Edward Montgomery, Ralph Thompson. TROMBONES-Florence Hildreth, Hal Storer. TUBAS-Harry Hilts, Robert Ford. PERCUSSION-Dale Campbell, Jack Reisinger, Donald Dutton, Elizabeth Burnham. Orchestra Members VIOLINS-Vontrue Logsdon, Lorraine Lang, Nan Grant, Frances Houde- shell, Helen Swim, Jack Reisinger, Rosalyn Clyma, Myrtle Elliot, Thelma Hull, Martha Hansen, Edith Locke, Opal Lasater, Margaret Grothe, Helen Holten, Josephine Clyma, Elizabeth Burnham. CELLOS-Clair Holliday, Cathrine Lewis, Lucille Thomas. BASS-Mary Scholl, Eleanor Schneider. ' PIANO-Frances McCowen. CLFQRINETS-Claire Pauli, Harley Branson, Jewell Blankenship, Hilmar ume. FRENCH HORN-Winfred Church. MELLOPHONE-Chaplin Williams. ALTO SAXOPHONE-Hugo Graziano. BARITONE SAXOPHONE-Harold Bertsch. PERCUSSION-Georgina Norfolk, Mollie Orr. Frances McCowen, '34. PAGE THIRTY-FIVE I I l "Believe It Or Not" Cast Back Row-W. Allen, E. Holland, G. McCracken, V. Eversole, P. Rudd, P. Ogle, C. Thornton, A. Valette. Front Row-F. Fraser, M. White, R. Chappell, V. Mathews. Tramatics The Senior Class presented "Believe It Or Not" by C. C. Dobie on December 4, 1931, to a crowded house. It eminently ushered in one of the most successful theatrical years that the school has ever known. The play had action, comical situations, and snappy conversation. It was very well received. Can we ever forget Ray's excellent portrayal of the dual part ? Lena ....e..........,..e.,.........., Pearl Ogle Mrs. Pottle .......... Valberta Eversole Gladys Pottle ..........,. Winifred Allen Jane Pottle ...,.............. Alice Valette Nancy Hamilton..Virgina Mathews Harriet Follis ....,........... Mary White Plumber .e.............. Cedric Thornton Norman Follis ............ Ray Chappell Cuthbert Jackson ........ Fred Fraser Uncle Silas ........................ Pete Rudd Bridget O'Hare .... Grace McCracken Health Inspectress.. Thelma Hardy Detective ................., Elston Holland They gave their portrayals of the parts like professionals, due to the excellent directing of Mr. Chessall. Student Directors Stage Manager, Mack Miller, Advertising Manager, Frank Branson, Promptress, Dorothy Doxstader. PAGE THIRTY-SIX . "Rear Car" "The Rear Car," a mystery play by E. E. Rose, was given by the Stu- dent Body on February 26, 1932. The setting was well designed and ab- solutely different from any previous one. The play was a real thriller with clutching arms, piercing shrieks, gun fire, a mysterious face, a horri- fying gorilla, a deflector, and a marvelous climax. The play owes much of its success to Mrs. Eilers for her energy and splendid coaching. Lynn Eell's performance would give credit to an experienced professional actor. "Rear Car" Cast Standing-E. Holland, M. Brawn, C. Thornton, P. Rudd, E. Yarbrough, J. Giles, V. Mathews, L. Bell. Sitting-F. Fraser, C. Smith. Ruth Carson c......... Erla Yarbrough Kirk Allen ........cc.... Cedric Thornton Norah O'Neill ...... Virgina Mathews John Blake ........................ Jack Giles Titus Brown ..........c....... Bill Bertsch Roxy .......................... Mary Brawn Alden Murray .......... Charles Smith Luther Barnes ................ Pete Rudd Sheridan Scott .................. Lynn Bell Luke Carson ...,.........,.... Fred Fraser The Junior Gayeties The "Junior Gayeties" was a triumph in humor and acting. "Thank You, Doctor" was one of the three clever one-act plays. The dialogue was snappy and the acting very good, and it had a surprise ending. "Copy" had an all-male cast and contained the only really heavy acting of the evening. The actors sustained their parts marvelously. "The Trial of Jane Clay" was unusual. The Street Scene of Ukiah in the "gay nineties" and the scene at the Opera House were a riot of laughs. The lovely costumes, dances, and songs brought back that past decade with great vividness. The directors responsible for this outstanding performance were Mr. and Mrs. Beaufort, Miss Giles, and Mr. and Mrs. Saari. Those taking part were: R. Lawrence, F. Sanchez, E. Walker, PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN C. Whitely, M. Hansen, H. Foster, H. Hornbrook, H. Fulkerson, C. Holli- day, R. Leno, G. Wehrman, B. Bryden, B. Bertsch, K. Shultz, J. Williams, J. Thurston, H. Morgan, A. Ganter, V. Ciancio, W. Church, D. Campbell, O. Lawrence, B. Davis, N. Grant, M. Grant, P. Mannon, J. Moulton, H. El- liott, L. Ottoson, M. Ford, E. Maki, A. Butler, F. Hildreth, J. Carmichael, H. Swim, A. Berry, O. Lasater, I. Jaakola, B. Stipp, M. Smith, B. Russell, B. Weger, F. Houdeshell, M. Lucchesi. Student Managers: Stage, D. Sanchez, H. Gilbert, Advertising, H. Ful- kerson. Society On the evening of October 2, Ukiah High's freshmen were duly initiat- ed into the rank and file of this home of higher learning. The Student Body, acting as host, razzingly accepted the children and made them and tho new instructors feel embarrassingly at home. Decorated with grape foliage, corn stalks, and pumpkins, the gym- nasium reeked with the spirit of Halloween. Heinie's Red Jackets fur- nished music for a very pleasurable evening of dancing. Soon after the opening of the fall semester a group of senior girls, acting as freshmen advisors and sponsored by the Girls' League, enter- tained the freshmen girls at a series of three dinners. These gatherings were purely social and very successfully introduced the freshman girls to their class mates as well as to the senior girls. These sophomores are original. On November 13, the Student Body was invited to the Sophomore party. The sole decoration of the gymnas- ium was a huge ball made entirely of mirror glass suspended in the center of the room. It worked wonders! By means of lighting arrangements it achieved impressions and appearances that no amount of decoration could. Everyone was on the spot, or vice versa, every spot was on someone. Hein- ie's Red Jackets again contributed that indispensible item of the dance. Depression hit the freshmen. The evening of December 11, Saint Nic- kolas and the Student Body were entertained by the "kids," A bit of re- version was excercisedg rather than giving door prizes, admission necessi- tated a contribution. These were transferred to Papa Claus's pack and re- distributed to all the good little girls and boys present. Unorthodox as it was, the Christmas tree, the center of attraction, was gloriously bedecked with highly polished tin cans, various dazzling kitchen utensils, and an abundance of hard time slogans. Jack Crow's Merry Makers dispelled the gloom, and the freshmen are to be commended on their ability to make "a wee bit gae a lang way." PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT - . l l I Spring stepped into the gym on April 29. Curry's Redwood Synco- pators strummed in the bower of an old-fashioned garden. An abundance of flowers and pastel shades created the setting for an enjoyable welcom- ing of summer. The Girls' League staged its first party at which the Student Body was entertained. The Juniors are planning to banish the evils of Friday, May 13, with all manner of lucky omens: Horseshoes, four leaf clovers, and whatever else will balance the date. A good time is anticipated. On the evening of June 3, the Juniors will entertain the Seniors and Trustees at the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. The motif of decoration and entertainment is still undecided upon. After the tremendous success of the Junior Gayeties, we are confident that the Juniors will prove to be very able hosts. Following the J unior-Senior Banquet, the most important social event on the school calendar, the Senior Ball, will be given. To date, the theme of ornamentation to be used is that of a flourishing night club. It is hoped that the year will be successfully terminated. Virginia Mathews, Editor. Cobwebs In the morning very early Before the sun comes up, Dew-wet cobwebs on the trees And buttercups- But are they cobwebs? I can't believe it's true, They are fairies' clothes Of misty hue. There comes a boy in blue To tear away the webs of dew And mar the only clue Of deeds nightly done. Dennison Knight, '32. PAGE THIRTY-NINE . 1. Everyday Occurrences in eAr1c!erso12 Valley It was about ten o'clock of an unusual Sunday morning. I say un- usual, because I had an energetic streak, something that had very rarely happened before, but now is an annual occurrence. I had just finished setting a pile of dry leaves afire that I had raked up in the front yard, when I sat down to rest. While I was resting, I watched the stalks of dry pop corn sway back and forth in the breeze. An old cow came into the front yard through a gate that had been careless- ly left open by someone. The cow walked into the yard and stopped with her tail within ten inches of the blazing fire. Just at that moment the fire flared up, igniting the cow's tail. The cow became frightened and headed straight for the pop corn patch. In an instant the whole patch was a rag- ing conflagration. For about ten minutes it sounded as if the Krupp Gun Works had been turned loose with orders to get rid of as much ammunition as possible in a limited length of time. My father, who had just finished milking the cows before the commo- tion started, set the milk pail down by the pop corn patch to run after my small but mischievous brother, who had thrown a handful of salt into the pail. My greatest problem then was to put out the fire on the cow's tail. Im- mediately after, as if in answer to my prayers, the sky became obscured by an avalanche of popcorn, each kernel resembling a huge snowball. One piece hit the cow's tail putting the flame out, while others fell into the buc- ket causing such a commotion that it churned the milk into butter in less than an eye wink. One kernel hit the bucket near the bottom with such force that it knocked a small hole in it, and this let all the buttermilk out. About half an hour after the noise had subsided, I discovered the buc- ket full of Butter-Kist popcorn. I think that it was the best popcorn I have ever eaten, as it had just enough salt in it to be good. Since then every year as the popcorn in the patch gets ripe, I leave the gate open and start a fire. My brother and sister have to drive the cow in as she has become a little fire shy. I have a larger bucket now, and in fact, I am a little foolish about my Butter-Kist popcorn. Jess Rawles, '35. PAGE FORTY Q ri' If Iuyiv u -- Football Greeted by thirteen lettermen, Coach Christensen started the season off with the customary snap and fight, characteristic of all Ukiah High teams. The first practice at the beginning of school brought a turnout of three teams, out of which Coach Christensen made a team capable of cop- ing with the best in the League. Summary Ukiah played her initial contest with Upper Lake on the latter's field. This being Ukiah High's first game, the players were not fitted for the op- position the Lake players gave. The Ukiah offense didn't start to click soon enough, so the Wildcats came home with a 6-6 tie. On the following Saturday, the Wildcats traveled to Mendocino City and handed the big Coast aggregation a crushing 19-0 defeat. Soinila's passing and line-smashing were a feature of the game. Ciancio, Tweedy, and Soinila accounted for Ukiah's scores. A week later the Lakeport team traveled to the Ukiah gridiron, just to go home talking to themselves about Soinila's passing. His passing was the best seen in Ukiah for a long time. Giles started the fireworks by catching a pass from Soinila and running to the goal. Art Tweedy followed right up, chalking up three touchdowns, capitalized by a beautiful 65-yard run. Score 33-0. On November 1 the Fort Bragg team, headed by the heralded Captain Peterson, came to Ukiah and handed the Wildcats a 37-6 defeat. Peterson romped through the tackles and around the ends, giving Ukiah a very busy afternoon stopping him. Art Tweedy scored Ukiah's only touchdown on an intercepted pass. On November 7 the Wildcats traveled to Willits to encounter the best opposition offered by that team in football history. The Willits team held Ukiah to a standstill, leaving them to come home, mentally nursing a 0-0 tie. On November 11 the Wildcats played their final game for the 1931 season, passing out a crashing 20-0 defeat to Analy gridders from the apple belt. Fired up by stiff workouts, nine seniors went into their last game for Ukiah, with the intent of making this game one to remember, and this they did. Ukiah's offense started to click when Hawn broke through and blocked a kick. Captain Fred carried the ball over on a series of bucks. With the team made up practically of seniors, they made their last game a success. PAGE FORTY-TWO - -. i1 UU Top Row- H. Fulkerson, F. Branson, G. Smith, K. Schultz, R. Ford, R. Senini, G. Kneeland, U. Niemi, F. Rudd. Second Row-C. Koory, W. Shoemake, D. Sanchez, P. Ulvila, E. Jackson. Third Row-M. Miller, O. Lawrence, M. Mikkila, A. Ganter. Fourth Row-F. Hawn, F. McKenzie, W. Shields, O. Soinila, C. Fred, Cap- tain, D. Ciancio, A. Tweedy, J. Giles, F. Sanchez. Coach Christensen. LINEUP Ii. Fulkerson Halfback M. Miller Tackle F. Branson Quarterback O. Lawrence Tackle G. Smith Center M. Mikkila Tackle K. Schultz Halfback A. Ganter Center R. Ford Tackle F. Hawn Guard R. Senini End F. McKenzie End G. Kneeland Halfback W. Shields Halfback U. Niemi End O. Soinila Quarterback F. Rudd Tackle C- Fred Full C. Koory Halfback D- Ci21I1Ci0 Full W, Shoemake End A. Tweedyd Halfback D. Sanchez Guard . J. Giles End P. Ulvila Guard F. Sanchez Halfback E. Jackson Guard PAGE FORTY-THREE 1 , Class "A " 73asketbczl! Following in the footsteps of the 1931 team, the Ukiah High Class "A" team again walked off with the N.W.L. Championship. Excellent coopera- tion, good spirit, and hard work on the part of the players throughout the season was responsible for the success of the team. The season started off rather slowly, but the team picked up and went through fourteen games without a defeat. Summary Ukiah's initial game was played at Cloverdale. Playing before they were well organized and on an unfamiliar court, the Wildcats had a hard time locating the hoop and suffered a 15-13 defeat. However, the follow- ing week at Ukiah the Citrus City Cagers went home on the short end of a 28-3 score. On January 3, the Wildcats traveled to Willits 145-pound team for a ride, with a 24-13 victory. and took their A. C Schedule Cloverdale 15 Ukiah Upper Lake 22 Ukiah Upper Lake 11 Ukiah Kelseyville 16 Ukiah Cloverdale 5 Ukiah Willits 5 Ukiah Willits A. C. 13 Ukiah Potter Valley 8 Ukiah U. C. 130-Lb. 18 Ukiah Colusa 19 Ukiah Hunt's Outlaws 2 Ukiah Fort Bragg 20 Ukiah Santa Rosa 9 Ukiah Fort Bragg 33 Ukiah Lakeport 8 Ukiah Fort Bragg 22 Ukiah Analy 21 Ukiah Lowell, S. F. 19 Ukiah Left to right-Buchholz, Ganter, Soinila, Ciancio, Weatherhead, Niemi, Fred, Tweedy, Shields, F. Sanchez, D. Sanchez, Mgr., Coach Christensen. PAGE FORTY-FOUR l- i On January 9, the U. C. 130-lb team came to Ukiah to play the Wildcats in their annual tilt. The teams showed good-spirited rivalry and gave the spectators a thrilling game. The game was on even terms in the first session, but Ukiah stepped out in front in the last half, to win 24-18. The game with Hunt's Outlaws proved nothing better than a good workout for the Wildcats, who took Hunt's team to the cleaners with a score of 43-2. On January 16, the Ukiah cagers played Santa Rosa in the local pav- ilfon. The Panthers came to Ukiah anticipating an easy game, but found that Ukiah had a basketball team and went home talking over a 25-9 defeat. Ukiah's first league game with Lakeport was no better than a work- out. The Wildcats encountered no opposition, the second string taking the game 54-8, Art Tweedy caging 16 points for honors. On January 30, the Ukiah cagers traveled to Sebastopol to play the Analy casaba flingers. "Oolie" Soinila found the hoop for 13 points and led the Wildcats to a 33-21 victory. Ukiah played her second league game with Upper Lake on the home court, and found the Lake team harder than expected, being very pressed for a 36-22 win. Ciancio rang up 18 points for his share of the victory. Ukiah traveled to Kelseyville on February 5 and hung up another league victory by a score of 38-16, Soinila carrying off honors with 15 points. On February 12, the Willits cagers came to the Ukiah "farm" just to get a chance to play in Ukiah territory, it seemed. The game was a com- 1.lete walkaway for the Wildcats. "Oolie" Soinila couldn't miss the bucket, caging 19 points for his part. in the 48-5 victory. Ukiah traveled to Potter Valley and chalked up another easy victory with Weatherhead and Soinila dividing honors with ten points each, while Ciancio, Niemi, Sanchez, and Fred helped bring the total to 34-8. On February 20, Ukiah entertained the Colusa High cagers from the Sacramento Valley League and handed them a 44-19 defeat, Soinila ring- ing up 18 points to his credit. On February 27, the Fort Bragg boys played our team, but could not overcome the Ukiah team. At the sound of the gun Ukiah found itself with a 30-20 victory, Soinila again being high point man with 11 points. On the following Saturday, however, the tide was turned, and when Ukiah failed to stop their diminutive forward, lost the game 29-33. The last and deciding game of the series was played on the home court on March 11, and it proved to be one of the best games ever seen here. Ukiah held a 17-11 lead at half time, but Fort Bragg came across to bring their total up to 17 points at the end of the third session. This seemed to be an incentive for the Wildcats, who got to work and scored 14 points to bring the game to a close with a smashing 32-22 victory over the Tim- berwolves. Soinila carried off honors with 12 points, while Ciancio, Niemi, Buchholz and Sanchez played faultless basketball. Captain Bartley played exceptionally well for the losers. Class N73 " With the most of the 1931 Class "B" team moving into the "A" class, Coach Christensen was confronted with a problem of getting a good com- PAGE FORTY-FIVE bination for the 1932 season. With only the two regulars, Shoemake and Soinila, remaining, a team was made fit to cope with the best in the league. Injuries proved a Bobcat downfall in critical games. Smnmary Ukiah's first game was with Cloverdale on the latter's court. The Bobcats played head-up, fast-breaking basketball, beating the Cloverdale aggregation 24-12. In the return tilt at Ukiah the "B's" took the game by a score of 28-12, Bill Davis running wild with 22 points. Ukiah's next game with Upper Lake showed the superiority over teams in this league, the Bobcats winnng by 21-10. Hunt's team proved a little bit too much for the "B's", although they kept the opposing team down to a score of 22-26, "Sibe" Shoemake sinking 10 points. Ukiah suffered another setback at the hands of Santa Rosa. The "B's" being unaccustomed to that type of playing, were unable to stop Santa Rosa, losing 13-18. Ukiah traveled to Lakeport expecting a hard game, but got little com- petition from the "Catfish," winning by a time of 33-16, Davis edging 13 points for honors. Ukiah 24 Cloverdale 12 Ukiah 19 Analy 28 Ukiah 28 Cloverdale 12 Ukiah 26 Upper Lake 6 Ukiah 21 Upper Lake 10 Ukiah 34 Willits 18 Ukiah 22 Hunt's Outlaws 23 Ukiah 13 Potter Valley 15 Ukiah 13 Santa Rosa 15 Ukiah 20 Colusa 19 Ukiah 33 Lakeport , 16 ' QLQKM' 119 'Y . x - . Left to Right-Coach Christensen, W. Davis, J. Ford, G. Smith, T. Mercer, W. Shoemake, H. Graziano, B. Sargentini, V. Soinila, I-I. Bonnifield, H. Fulkerson, D. Sanchez LMgr.J. ' PAGE FORTY-SIX - i.. On January 30, the "B's" traveled to Sebastopol to play the Analy lightweight quintet. The game was full of thrills, but the Analy team had a little better shooting, winning by a score of 28-19. In another game with Upper Lake, Ukiah again proved the best quin- tet, winning by a score of 28-8, Shoemake caging 9 points. On February 12, the Willits "B" cagers battled the Bobcats on the local pavilion. Numerous fouls and good shooting brought the victory to Ukiah, the "B's" winning 34-18, Davis caging 18 points. In the close League race, Ukiah met her downfall at the hands of Pot- ter Valley on the latter's court. "Sibe" Shoemake, classy Ukiah guard, suffered an ankle injury early in the game after playing faultless basket- ball. The Potter Valley team found the bucket for just one more goal, winning the game 15-13. On February 20, the "B's" played their last and best game, winning from Colusa by a nip-and-tuck score of 20-19. A good spirit of rivalry carried everybody's interest all through the game. 73aselmZl After a period of two years of no baseball in Ukiah High, the National Game was greeted by an enthusiastic group of aspirants, all working hard to make the team. The season started off fast with practice games be- tween members of the squad and with other schools, characterized by good spirit on the part of the players. With "UkiaHi" going to press so early, no official figures could be compiled on the outcome of Ukiah in the N. W. L. race, although to date, Ukiah has won six games, three of them league games. The pitching of "Oolie" Soinila has been all but sensational. The rival teams find it very hard to hit his "dark one," while Dan Sanchez catches him in topnotch style. Fred McKenzie, well-seasoned at first base, is always sure of turning in a strong game. The combination of Jackson and Giles around the keystone bag works smoothly and effectively, while "Sibe" Shoemake holds down the hot corner in good form. The outfield, "Beans" Soinila, "Frenchie" Sanchez, Wolf McArdle, and Fred are all hard working, snappy ball players. Wada and Mercer are two capable relief pitchers, while Miller can catch anybody on the lot in good style. The reserve infield, Ford, Tweedy, Weatherhead, Butler, are all dependable players with reserve outfielders Smith, Ciancio, Hawn, and Thomas all doing their bit. Summary of Games Upper Lake 5 Ukiah 8 Hopland 1 Ukiah 12 Covelo 1 Ukiah 9 Upper Lake 13 Ukiah 16 Willits 5 Ukiah 23 Potter Valley 1 Ukiah 14 Healdsburg 7 Ukiah 2 Eureka 1 Ukiah 0 PAGE FORTY-SEVEN if 6 ' The strong Ukiah Class "A" track team enjoyed an exceptionally sucr- cessful season, beating every team they competed with by very decisive. scores. Excellent spirit and cooperation were paramount features in the. success of the team. The interclass meet was held on February 26 with the combined teams of the Seniors-Frosh walking away from the J uniors-Sophomores by a score of 86-26, Art Tweedy high point man with 24. Triangular Meet at Lakeport On April 23, the Ukiah team competed with Lakeport and Lowell High Schools at Lakeport. The fellows performed well in their events, taking 11 Top Row-H. Weatherhead, W. Shields, Coach Christensen, U. Niemi, M. Butler. Second Row-J. Giles, R. Ford, C. Fred, H. Graziano, T. Bonnifield. Third Row-A. Tweedy, W. Carter, F. Branson, W. Davis, A. Ganter, L. Bell. PAGE FORT?-EIGHT total of 75 points, while Lowell and Lakeport managed to get 66 points be- tween them. Art Tweedy, versatile sprinting and jumping ace, took 3 firsts for honors. The following Saturday, Ukiah played host to Lowell on the local field and handed the Cardinals a decisive 75 to 24 beating. Triangular Meet at Ukiah On April 2, Ukiah entertained Mendocino and Lakeport on a muddy track. The weather conditions didn't stop the powerful Ukiah team, which won the meet with 101 points. The Big Meet Seven league records fell in the annual Big Meet on April 9, this year held at Ukiah. Ukiah proved her power by beating the whole league by a record score of 76 points, Fort Bragg next with 46, Lakeport 11, Men- docino 10, Potter Valley 3. Bill Carter broke the 440 with the remarkable time of 53.4. Graziano broke the mile record with 4.57 and the 880 mark with 2.07. Bell topped the low hurdles in 26.6 for a new record. Tweedy broadjumped 20 ft. 3 in. for a new record. The relay team: Tweedy, Dav- is Bell, Carter, ran tl1e 880 in the remarkable time of 1:36 for a new record. The "Wildcats" Placed as Follows: 100: Tweedy lst: Bell 2nd. H. H., Tweedy lst. 220: Carter lst: Davis 3rd. L. H.: Bell lst: Giles 4th. 440: Carter lst: Ganter 2nd. Pole: Niemi 2nd, Shields tie for 880: Graziano lst. 3rd. Mile: Graziano lst, Butler 2nd. Shot: Ford 4th. B. J.: Tweedy lst, Davis 2nd. Discus: Bonnifield 2nd, Ford 4th. H. J.: Weatherhead and Branson Relay: Ukiah 1st-Tweedy, Bell, tie for 2nd. Davis, Carter. Top Row--B. Niemi, Coach Christensen, S. Hildreth, B. VanVoorhies. Second Row-H. Frey, B. Bittenbender, Takashi Wada, T. Lane. PAGE FORTY-NINE ,l,l.l..l-1-i ,l..m. Davis Meet For the first time in the history of sports in this school, a team rep-- resenting Ukiah has participated in a meet larger than a sectional meet. This year the championship team traveled to Davis on April 16 to compete. in the Davis Relays, sponsored by the California Aggies. In the Class B Division Ukiah placed first with 3014 points to lead its closest rival, Davis High which had 22 1-6 points. Bill Carter broke the meet record in the 440 by running it in 52.4. Graziano ran the 880 in 2.04. Merle Butler ended the first place killings by running the mile in 4.46:6. Tweedy, Bran- son, Davis, and Bonnifield were also point winners. CLASS "C" In the Class "C" division of track, Ukiah didn't have much strength because there was only one meet in which the fellows could do their best, that of the Big Meet. They had no meets prior to the sectional meet, yet they placed second to the Fort Bragg team, scoring 29lQ points to Fort Bragg's 35. Star performers in the "C" division were: Van Voorhies in the 880, Hildreth in the hurdles and 100 yard dash, Wada in the shot, Frey and Lane in the high jumps, Bittenbender and B. Niemi in the pole vault and 880. Class "A" Lineup Tweedy-Broad jumps, high hurdles, 100 yd dash, relay. Branson-High jump, high hurdles, low hurdles, relay. Carter-440 yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, relay. Graziano-Mile and half mile. Butler-Mile and half mile. B. Davis-Broad jump, relay, 220 yd. dash. Bell-Low hurdles, relay, 100 yd. dash. Weatherhead-High jump. R. Ford-Shot put. Fred--Shot put, discus. T. Bonnifield-Discus. U. Niemi-Pole vault. Shields-Pole vault. Class "C" Lineup VanVoorhies-Half mile, relav. Hildreth-Relay, 100 yd. dash, low hurdles, broad jump. B. Niemi-Half mile, pole vault. Frey-Broad jump, relay . Bittenbender-Pole vault, 880 dash. Lane-High jump, broad jump. Wada-Relay, shot put. ATHLETIC AWARDS Track Class "A" Arthur Tweedy, Lynn Bell, Bill Carter, Albert Ganter, Hugo Graziano, Merle Butler, Ted Bonnifield, Bill Davis, Frank Branson, Harvey Weath- head, Uno Niemi. BAGE FIFTY .... l.. .i .l.i. l I I Standing-H. Fulkerson, J. Giles, L. Bell, E. Holland, O. Lawrence, Mr. Roberts. Sitting-W. Buchholz, H. Hilts, C. Koory, H. Strong. 'Dnms Owing to the fact that "UkiaHi" had to go to press, no specific data on the tennis team could be acquired. Under the direction of Mr. Roberts, the annual school tournament is progressing rapidly, rating players for the coming tournaments with other schools. Fulkerson, Strong, Giles, Koory, and Pauli all are giving each other strong competition for school honors. CAS we go to press we find that in the Lakeport tournament, May 14, Fulkerson and Strong won the singles, while Giles and Koory won the first doubles, and Holland and Pauli the second doubles. It was a clean sweep, Lakeport not winning a set.1 ATHLETIC AWARDS Track Class "C" Takashi Wada, Hildreth, Frey, Tom Lane, VanVoorhies. Football Carl Fred, Bill Shoemake, Francis Sanchez, Fred McKenzie, Floyd Hawn, Mack Miller, Jack Giles, Arthur Tweedy, Don Ciancio, "Beanie" Shields, O. Soinila, Uno Niemi, Oliver Lawrence, Mike Mikkila, Pete Rudd, Frank Branson. ' Basketball "A" Don Ciancio, O. Soinila, Arthur Tweedy, Harvey Weatherhead, Uno Niemi, Carl Fred, Merle Butler, Francis Sanchez, Walter Buchholz, A. Gan- ter, D. Sanchez. Basketball "B" Bill Shoemake, G. Smith, B. Sargentini, D. Soinila, H. Graziano, R. Ford, W. Davis, H. Bonnifield, H. Fulkerson, T. Mercer. PAGE FIFTY-ONE - . iris' U4tloletics Girls' Athletics have been a great success this year. The girls have taken much interest in the different sports. There has been a hard strug- gle for championship among the different groups, and those who have made the first and second teams deserve honorable mention. The first sport of the year was Volley Ball. The championship of the series of games played by the different period teams was carried away by the third period. The Seniors won the class championship, but had a hard struggle with the Sophomores. After these games a First or "A" team and Second team were chosen. Those who merited the "A" team were: Alice Valette, Mary Brawn, Winifred Allen, May Dahlberg, Odette Valette, Claire Pauli, Leona Winsby, Beatrice Hollingsworth, and Stella. Heitila. Those who made the Second team were: Helen Swim, Dorothy' Meek, Lila Ottoson, Helen Elliott, Mary Duer, Lena Balzarini, Patricia Hol- lingsworth, Orletta Hawn, and Marjorie Anderson. The next sport of the season was Basketball. There were some very close games played by the different periods, but the Third period won out in the end. The Senior class also won the class games. The girls who were chosen for the first team were: Odette Valette, Martha Locke, Ethel Anker, Claire Pauli, Mary Smith, AliceValette, WinifredAllen, Mary Brawn. Those who were chosen for the Second team were: Helen Swim, Charlotte Mannon, Lila Ottoson, Helen Elliott, Grace Steward, Lena Balzarini, Al- bertine Berry, and Martha Brown. After Basketball came Speedball. The girls have been very enthused about Speedball. Of the period games, the Third period came out on top again. There have been no class games played yet this year in Speedball. The girls who made First team were: Bernice Schwarm, Helen Swim, Alice Valette, Martha Locke, Ethel Anker, Winifred Allen, Claire Pauli, Martha Brown, Odette Valette, Charlotte Mannon, and Erla Yarbrough. The Sec- ond team chosen was: Alta Butler, Betty Butler, Elmi Bom, Beatrice Hol- lingsworth, Dorothy Doxstader, Katherine Lewis, Miriam Larson, Minnie Heckendorf, Effie Johnson, and Mary Smith. Helen Swim, '33. PAGE FIFTY-TWO ll I l I Fxclmnges We want to thank every school that exchanged with us, and we hope that they enjoy reading our annual as much as we do theirs. We also hope that we will receive more books next year. THE ADVANCE, AR GATA: We like your feature section very much. The arrangement of the faculty is unique. GREEN AND GOLD, SONORA: Your annual is very good. Your cover and division pages are very striking. THE SEARCHLICHT, SAN RAFAEL: We like the idea of the stage, and it was carried out well throughout the book. BREATH OF THE OCEAN, FORT BRAGG: Your humor section is very good, but why not a few more snaps? The arrangement of the hor- oscope is neat. BOOM, MENDOCINO: Your division pages are very colorful. Your jokes and snaps are good. FOG HORN, POINT ARENA: Dramatics seem to be one of the out- standing features of your annual. ECHO, SANTA ROSA: The idea of the picture of the school on the inside of the cover is a good one. We like the arrangement of the Senior Class. SEQUOIA, SEQUOIA: The school calendar is different. We like the arrangement of the sport pictures. .fzfe To the carpenter life's a hammer, To the lawyer 1ife's a trial, To the athlete life's a banner, To the captain life's a dial. To the soldier life's a battle, To the singer life's a songg To the gambler life's a gamble, To the miser life is long. To the preacher life is winning, To the fisher life's a catch, To the miner life is mining, To the beggar life's a patch. To the painter life's a picture, To the prisoner life's a cell. To the electrician life's a fixture, To the fool life is swell. Crista Lang, '35. PAGE FIFTY-THREE PAGE FIFTY-FGUR PAGE FIFTY-SIX There's one place to go if you want good things to eat. We make our own candy, ice cream, and pies. Gur sand- wiches are the best ever. Meet your friends at T H E M A P L E and treat them to the best. PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN l..il.l-liiv .1l. Compliments of UKIAH ELECTRIC LAUNDRY John Isnard, Proprietor First Class Sanitary Work State and Ford Sts. Telephone 98 PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT f oosters' Page REDWOOD AUTO SUPPLY OO. Replacement Repair Parts for all cars, trucks and tractors. Phsne 94 Ukiah, Calif. Success to the Graduating Class FRENCH-AMERICAN CLEANERS A. Sanchez Bob 0'Day A Friendly Store with the Home Town Spirit. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Your Neighbor Saves at Ward's -Why Don't You- MONTGOMERY WVARD and COMPANY Ukiah, Calif. RAINBOW CAFE VV. P. Tumer MORTY'S "The House of Quality." THE UKIAI-I FARMERS' CLUB, Inc. Gen. Mdse. and Lumber. "Always at your service." UKIAI-I PAINT STORE 10002 Pure Paints-Quality Merchandise Klub Grant Phone 525 32 depends on you C. Ez I-I. STATIONERY STORE B. L. CLELAND Hsme Fumishings School Supplies "Distinctive Modes for Women" MARY LOUISE State Theatre Bldg. Phone 602 J. NEWELL REA Dentist DR. R. A. MILNE Dentist. HENGEVELD For Flowers THE TOGGERY Men's Furnishings J. P. Smith, Prop. 'Our Covers were made by WEBER-MCCREA COMPANY, Inc. 421 E. Sixth St. Los Angeles, Calif. KEITH C. EVERSOLE Lawyer SLIM'S BARBER SHOP "Coach trades here." Norge Refrigerators C. A. BERNHARD CO. Radius Electrical Devices CRAWFORD DRUG STORE Ukiah, Calif. PAGE FIFTY-NINE ..l... i oosters' Page SAFEWAY STORES MODEL BAKERY Golden Crust Bread Vulette Sz Sons Phone 8 Phone 87 417 No. State St. UKIAI-I HOME LAUNDRY L. Cambot Prop. Service Quality Ukiah Fruit and Vegetable Market SHELL SERVICE STATION A. T. I-lenrlch Goodyear Tires Complete Lubrication XXM1LLER's GROCERJ The Home of Trupak Super Quality GUY P. JOSLIN TRUCKING CO. THE BROVVNbilt SHOE STORE WV. K. Davis, Mgr. 212 No. State St. Phono 263 UKIAH CREAMERY W'Fa.mous Mllkshakesn WVilson Sporting Goods BARKER HARDWARE CO. "Try Barkers-They Have It" ROY'S GRILL AND FOUNTAIN WVARD'S IVIARKETS Fish and Cured Meats Quality Service MORRIS DRUG CO. R. D. WITHROW Dentist Republican Press Building B. and G. GROCERY Savings Bank of Mendocino County Phone 282 D. Balzarini Ukiah and H0913-'ld Bank With Us Grow With Us EMERY'S DETRICK'S PHOTO STUDIO Millinery and Art Needle Work South State Street Nuff Said 106 West Church Street E. B. GIBSON Drugglst STEIERT, ANDREWS Sz FORD Sales-FORD-Service PAGE SIXTY . i ..-1. Boosters' Page HOLDER'S OONFECTURANT 207 South State Street Fine Sirloin Steaks, Outlets, etc. UKIAH GARAGE Crysler Automobile Tire Changing and Vulcanlzing We Carry Cards For All Occasions Big Variety-Other Merchandise N EUHAUS GARAGE S th tate t klah l . Fos1'ER's Have It Ou S Stree U ' Ca' f Sliced Unsuced UKIAI-I BAKERY Mineral Water-Gingerale-Lime Rickey Opp. state Theatre Phone 41-.J Tobacco Candy R. A. EN RIGHT Frigidaire Sales and Service Everything Electrical Uklah, Calif. Ellen Hunt Next to P. O. "Say it with flowers" CECILLE FLOWER SHOPPE Flowers for every occasion Phone 525 State St. Opp. Palace Hotel THE WHITE HOUSE Jamison Bros. HIWAYMAN CAFE P. H. JOSEPH Jeweler and Optometrist Oldest Firm ln Ukiah Square Dealing and Quality HARRIS CLEANING AND TAILORS Just phone 404 NORTHERN CALIF. FURNITURE CO. SENIOR CLASS Success to the Survivors HI-TALK Multiply Hi-Talk Sales Aim for Higher Planes GLORIA SHOPPE All Lines of Beauty Culture Mary Scholl Phone 386 Eve?-are H 1255 ll l nulqgagguluffzgy PAGE SIXTY-ONE jest in Fun Two old darkies were conversing about the presidential election. They came to a point where they were discussing Smith. Mose: "Does yuh think Mr. Smith will ever be elected President '?" Rastas: "Ah don't know. But ah is teaching mah grandchill not to vote for him." The latest story on the street is about an old Southern negro who was asked by the proprietor of a store how he happened to need credit when he'd had such a fine crop of cotton last year. "De ducks got about all dat cotton, sah." "What do you mean ducks?" "Well, you see," explained Snowball, "I sent dat dere cotton up to Mempis, an dey deducts the freight and dey deducts the storage charges and dey deducts de commission and dey deducts the taxes. Yessah, after deducts got thru wif dat cotton, they ain't much left, dat's why I'm here." L. B.: "Darling, will you marry me ?" M. W.: "Have you seen mother?" L. B.: "Yes, but I prefer you." Hugo: "Do you know why they call our language the Mother Tongue T" Butler: "Because father never gets a chance to use it." Fred F.: "How long will you be in the bathtub?" Fesse F.: "About five feet ten inches." Uno: "You know, Mike, my ancestors came over on the Mayflower." Mike: "Yeah? Mine couldn't come, they had to go to Julius Caesar's funeral." John Muir: "See that one legged man over there?" Pat Louis: "Yeh." John Muir: "He's got one foot in the grave." P. Hansen: "I flatter myself that I have a well stored mind." Miss Jergens: "Well, don't you ever take it out of storage?" Bill Davis: 'Tm glad you came over. I just wanted to dance in the worst way." Martha: "Too bad, the chaperone's awfully strict." Carl: "Wanna go on a sleighing party?" Don: "Who are we going to slay?" Mr. Chessall received the following note: "Dear Teacher: Kindly ex- cuse .Iohnnie's absence yesterday. He fell in the mud. By doing the same you will greatly oblige his mother." PAGE SIXTY-TWO - Mrs. Beaufort lto a Juniorlz "I ask you agin, did you ever stop to think?" Bored Junior: "Did you ever think to stop?" Mother uses cold cream, Father uses lather, My girl uses powder, At least that's what I gather. Pinkie: "Where are you going in such a rush ?" Mack lon a runl : "Fire alarm." Pinkie: "Where's the fire?" Mack: "My father said he'd fire me if I wasn't back in 10 minutes." Alice V: "I want a pencil." Gladys: "What kind? Hard or soft?" Alice V: "Soft-it is to write a love letter." On the board in Math class: "Find the great common divisor." Ethel: "Is that darned thing lost again '?" I sit alone in the twilight Forsaken by God and men While I murmur over and over "I'l1 never eat onions again." Bill to Virginia as team passes: "Look. There's the new half-back. He'll be our best man soon." Virginia: "Oh-this is so sudden." Chris: "I owe a lot to that woman." Ted: "Your mother?" Chris: "NaW. My landlady." Joan: "The people in London are terribly dumb." Margy: "So," Joan: "Yea, it says here that the population is very dense." Doctor: "Here's some liver medicine." ' Patient: "Are you sure it's good ?" Doctor: "Well, I gave it to a man twenty years ago and when he died the other day I had to take it out and beat it to death." "You look hollow chested and thin," said the air pump to the inner tube. "What seems to be the matter?" "Income tacks," wearily responded the inner tube. Bill B: "I sure knocked them cold in that exam." Charles C: "Yeah, what did you get?" Bill B: "ZERO." PAGE SIXTY-THREE - - 4 J ' g36MLUutograpgiA n n WM "ada Wjwff 7306" '53, gfmifwwww H74 WJ? nh CMWMW WMM !i"-0C0'1d'f3.3 " fiwg, 2fuAMw,,,M,,",4- H ffwwffwwgdw P' IXTY FOUR , FI -K r I S ! l F' E W 5 F: P F 7 f 3 s v 'Q i 1 r A i 5 E 1 L Q n '1 4 K 1 ? S 5 1 . I E , ! 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