Ukiah High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Ukiah, CA)

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BARTOW VAN VOORHIS inBa1.tsv BARBARA BRANSCOMB "Babs" ARNOLD RAINS "Butterba11" ELAINE JAMES "Jackie" VICTOR WILLIAMS "Vic" MARGARET ROMER u1VI8.I'g6U SENIORS E i BARBARA DAVIS 1 "Bobbie" LESLIE GWIN ..Les,, ERNESTINE GIBSON "Emir " JOHN P. BUTLER "Jo n P." KLM' HAZEL TURRI A KTUTTI ' ' EFFIE JOHNSON "Maydie" JESSE RAWLES 'KJBSSU LELAND BROOKS 'APotter Valley" CLISTA LORRAINE LANG uclisn BILL DAVIS "Pinky" JEAN MARIE KINSLER A'Jeanie" C LUCILLE LANGE .KLu,, J OSEPHINE DE CARLI Melon ELEANOR SCHNEIDER acEIn MARVIN FORD "Marv" VIRGINIA WEST HJIIIIIYH LOREN HUNT' nHerbie" X 3 JUNE PARKER. "Johnny" STUART EVERSOLE "Stuie" BERNICE CHRISTY uBeau D 0 M55 OTIS INGRAM "Hiram" MARHEA DAHLBERG ..Re,, GEORGE WENGLEIN usonnyn DORIS LAWRANCE "Sally" MARYELLA ADAMS "Lo1la" LAURENCE ROGERS uR,0gBI'S" CAROL NEVIN "Mutt" STANLEY WHITE "stan" ELAINE MORGAN "Skipper" VIOLA TFNDALL WI: HAL STORER UJOU 'W GAIL NEUHAUS Hvvindyn HALE MCCOWEN .4Bob,, ,yn'2A BANNETTA BUTLER 'Betty' my CLARENCE GIBSON 4.Gib,, HAZEL CARTER "Four Eyes" JUNE WILLIAMS ..Mae,, SYLVIA ULVILA usyln FRED LEDEBOER. "Flash" DORIS MOULTON "Dodo" RALPH THOMPSON "Thompson" MOLLIE ORR FOSTER "Moll" JAMES STOUGHTON "Stogie" BARBARA DAVIS Senior Records ROBERT FORD Football '32 '33 '34 '35 A Basketball '33 '34 '35 Capt. A Basketball '35 Track '32 '33 '34 '35 Block U '33 '34 '35 Student Body Athletic Rep. Band '32 '33 '34 '35 GEORGIANA ELLIOTT Volleyball '32 '33 Basketball '32 '33 '34 Class Secretary '33 '35 Girls' League Play '33 "The Young Idea" '35 CHAPLIN WILLIAMS Band '32 '34 Orchestra '32 Football '34 '35 Block U '35 Manager Basketball '35 Track '35 Rep. to Demerit Com. '32 EVELYN KOORY Class Secretary '32 Class President '33 Debating '33 '34 '35 Secretary of Student Body '34 Staff of Ukiahi '35 "The Young Idea" '35 "Student Body Varieties" '35 Girls' League Play '34 Speedball, Tennis, '34 '35 Basketball '35 ARTHUR CHURCH Orchestra '32 '33 '34 '35 Band '32 '33 '34 '35 JOSEPHINE HELENA LANE "Student Body Varieties" '35 Volleyball '33 '35 Speedball '33 '35 Band '35 Orchestra '32 '33 '34 '35 CAROLINE ANDERSON Latin Club '32 '33 '34g Censor '33 CSF '33 '34 '35g Secretary '34g Pre "Student Body Varieties" '35 ' Second place in UC Deputatidns Essay Contest 5 KENNETH BUTLER Football '34 s.'35 ELEANOR BOOTHE CSF '32 '33 '34 '35g Seal-bearer Transfer from Yuba City '34 "Student Body Varieties" '35 "The Young Idea" '35 Publicity Mgr. CSF Convention Class Treasurer '35 HARVEY WEATHERHEAD Rep. to Demerit Com. '33 A Track '32 A Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 Football '34 '35 Staff of Ukiahi '35 Block U '32 '33 '34 '35 BETTY LAWRENCE Speedball '35 BARTOW VAN VOORHIS Football '32 '33 '34 '35 B Basketball '34 C Track '32 A Track '33 '34 '35 Junior Class Pres. '34 Student Body Pres. '35 Band '32 Block U '33 '34 '35 "The Young Idea" '35 BARBARA BRANSCOMB CSF '34 '35 ELAINE JAMES Latin Club '32 '33 '34 Volleyball, Speedball, Hockey, '3 "The Young Idea" '35 MARGARET ROMER Volleyball '32 '33 '34 Speedball '32 '33 Mothers' Tea '34 Class Secretary '32 Basketball '32 '33 Volleyball '32 '33 ERNESTINE GIBSON Basketball '32 '33 Volleyball '33 Student Body Play '34 "The Young Idea" '35 Staff of Ukiahi '35 HAZEL TURRI .Speedball '32 '33 '34 '35 Volleyball '32 '33 '34 '35 Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 I '35 5 Senior Records EFFIE JOHNSON Symphonettes '35 Band '35 Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 Volleyball '32 '33 Speedball '33 '34 JESSE RAWLES B Basketball '33 A Basketball '34 '35 Block U '33 '34 '35 Hi Talk '32 School Column '34 Editor of Ukiahi '35 "The Young Idea" '35 LELAND BROOKS Transferred from Potter Vall B Basketball '34 C Track '34 '35 Football Manager '35 Block U '34 '35 CLISTA LORRAINE LANG Latin Club '32 '33 Tennis '33 "The Young Idea" '35 Band '32 '33 '34 Orchestra '32 '33 '34 BILL DAVIS Debating '32 Football '34 '35 JEAN MARIE KINSLER CSF '34 '35 Latin Club '33 '34 Mothers' Tea '33 '34 Staff of Ukiahi '35 Student Body Rep. '35 LUCILLE LANGE CSF '32 '33 Latin Club '32 '33 "Student Body Varieties" '35 Girls' Orchestra '34 Hi Talk '32 JOSEPHINE DE CARLI Class Vice-pres. '32 Class Treas. '34 Debating '33 Girls' League Rep. '34 Girls' League Play '34 "Student Body Varieties" '35 Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 Speedball '33 '34 '35 Volleyball '33 '34 '35 ey '34 ELEANOR SCHNEIDER Volleyball '32 '33 '34 '35 Speedball '35 Basketball '35 Symphonettes '35 Orchestra '32 '33 '34 '35 MARVIN FORD B Basketball '33 '34 A Basketball '35 Block U '33 '34 '35 VIRGINIA WEST Transferred from Placer Union High School LOREN HUNT Staff of Ukiahi '35 C Basketball '31 B Basketball '34 C Track '33 A Track '34 JUNE PARKER CSF '33 '34 '35 STUART EVERSOLE Band '32 '33 Hi Talk '32 Football '33 '34 '35 "The Young Idea" '35 Business Mgr. Ukiahi '35 Block U '34 '35 BERNICE CHRISTY CSF '33 '34 '35 Sect'y and Treas. CSF '35 Volleyball '35 Speedball '35 Staif of Ukiahi '35 OTIS INGRAM Debating '32 Track '34 '35 Rep. to Demerit Com. '35 "The Young Idea" '35 Block U '34 '35 MARHEA DAHLBERG Debating '32 '33 Latin Club '32 '33g Scriptor, '34 CSF '32 '33 '34 '35 GEORGE WENGLEIN Rep. to Demerit Com. '32 Football '32 DORIS LAWRANCE Basketball '32 '33 Volleyball '34 '34 Senior Records MARYELLA ADAMS CLARENCE GIBSON Girls' League Rep. '32g Cabinet '32 Transferred from Potter Valley Rep. to Demerit Com. '32 Class Treasurer '33 Vice-Pres. Senior Class '35 "The Young Idea" '35 Girls' League Play '34 Staff of Ukiahi '35 Volleyball '32 '34 Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 Speedball '32 '35 LAURENCE ROGERS B Basketball '35 CAROL NEVIN Basketball '33 '34 '35 Speedball '32 '33 '34 '35 Volleyball '33 '34 '35 "Student Body Varieties" '35 Yell Leader '35 STANLEY WHITE Transferred from Covelo ELAINE MORGAN Band '32 '33 '34 '35 Symphonettes '35 Volleyball '32 '33 '34 Basketball '33 Debating '32 '33 VIOLA TINDALL CSF '33 '34 '35 HAL STORER Band '32 '33 '34 '35 Football '33 '34 Class C Track '33 "Student Body Varieties" '35 GAIL NEUHAUS Volleyball '34 '35 Speedball '34 "Student Body Varieties" '35 Girls' League Play '34 HALE MCCOWEN SYLVIA ULVILA Class Treasurer '32 Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 Volleyball '33 '34 '35 Speedball '33 '34 '35 Girls' League Sect'y. '34g Rep. '34g President '35 Girls' League Play '34 Hi Talk '33 '34 "Student Body Varieties" '35 FRED LEDEBOER Football '33 '34 '35 A Basketball '33 '34 '35 Track '33 '34 '35 Tennis '33 '35 "The Young Idea" '35 Block U '33 '34 '35 Transferred from Roosevelt Hi '32 DORIS MOULTON Volleyball '32 '33 '34 Basketball '32 '33 '34 Speedball '32 '33 '34 Latin Club '32 '33 '34g Quaestor '33 CSF '32 '33 '34 Vice-pres. Student Body '35 Vice-pres. Girls' League '35 Hi Talk '32 RALPH THOMPSON Football '32 '33 '34, '35 Block U '33 '34 '35 Band '32 MOLLIE FOSTER Orchestra '32 '33 '34 '35 Rep. to Student Body Council '33 Debating '33 Secretary of Junior Class '34 Girls' League Play '34 Yell Leader '35 ,. "Student Body Varieties" '35 JAMES STOUGHTON Band '32 '33 Football '34 '35 Hi Y '33 "The Young Idea" '35 Rep. to Student Council '32 '34 Manager Of Track '35 Pres. Senior Class '35 "The Young Idea" '35 ' BETTY BUTLER Speedball '32 '33 '34 '35 Volleyball '32 '33 '34 '35 Basketball '32 '33 '34 '35 Rep. to Student Body Council '32 JUNE WILLIAMS Transferred from Willits High '34 PATRICIA DOTTERRER Transferred from Commerce High, S. F. '35 SENIOR WILL We, the Senior Class, as partial compensation to the Student Body for the withdrawal of our pleasing countenances from your querulous midst, do hereby manufacture and affix our seal to the following will: I, Maryella Adams, leave to Betty Morgan my numerous masculine admirers in the lower classes. I, Caroline Anderson, leave my ability to do things with a French book to Tom Cleland. I, Eleanor Boothe, leave to Miss Hollenbeck my rich contralto voice. I, Barbara Branscomb, leave my book larnin' to Clarence. Take it, Brother, but don't let it get you down. I, Leland Brooks, leave my cute motorcycle tricks to Ernest Laughtner. I, Betty Butler, leave Winsome smiles and heartfelt giggles to Virginia Mustard. I, Hazel Carter, leave to Louisa Hinds my brisk business like manner- isms. I, Bernice Christy, having nothing else to gain, leave to Bonniebel Thornton my seat in Mr. Chessall's Econ Class. I, Arthur Church, leave my winning disposition to Wendell Robertson. I, Josephine Clyma Lane, leave the secret of my matrimonial success to Charlotte Ford. I, Marhea Dahlberg, unfurl the heretofore closed pages of my after- darkness exploits for the Student Body's inspection. I, Bill Davis, leave to Raymond Foster my vast store of intellectual witicisms. I, Josephine De Carli, leave my Thespian talents to Louise Byrnes. I, Georgiana Elliott, leave my entire interest in the Savings Bank of Mendocino County to anyone who wants him. I, Stuart Eversole, leave to Andrew Jackson Grothe my knowledge of mechanical drawing. I, Marvin Ford, leave to Jim Ford my agricultural inclinations. I, Robert Ford Cbetter known as Buckj, leave to Ukiah Hi's future shot putters a 50 foot mark to shoot at. I, Mollie Orr Foster, leave to Barbara Ford my ability to accomplish my aims with the least efort possible. I, Clarence Gibson, leave my brisk, precise way of speaking to Lester Thompson. I, Ernestine Gibson, leave to Dorothy Dennen my theatrical aspira- tions. I, Adeline Grandi, leave my desire to be an aviatrix to Frances Faas. I, Leslie Gwin, out of the goodness of my heart, leave my claim on the second period librarian to Jack Savage. I, Loren Hunt, leave to George Lane my formula for operating under the five-year plan: ' I, Otis Ingram, leave my track shoes to Joe Woodruff-pass them on to your brother when you're through with them, Joe. I, Elaine James, having no desire for them, leave the good grades given me by Mr. Lange to Arthur Mayhew. I, Effie Johnson, leave to Rose Logsdon my many feminine charms. I, Jean Kinsler, leave to Julia Broggi my yen for telling good yarns. I, Evelyn Koory, leave my "gift of gab" to Kenneth Mahurin. I, Betty Lawrence, leave my size to anyone who doesn't have to play basketball center. I, Doris Lawrence, leave my head of flaxen curls to Genevieve Doran. I, Fred Ledeboer, leave to Yasuo Wada my numerous athletic awards. I, Hale McCoWen, leave to Earline Abbott my ability to never get flustered. I, Doris Moulton, with due respect to the stern faculty, leave my ability to chew gum in class and get away with it to Veltha Davis. I, Gail Neuhaus, leave to Cecille McClendon my domineering personal- ity. I, Carol Nevin, leave my position as yell leader to Olive Cromwell. I, June Parker, leave to Arzelle Dennen my unexplainable popularity. I, Arnold Rains, leave my post of "Butterball King" to Thoren Fravel. I, Laurence Rogers, leave to Charles Norfolk my firmly knit Grecian figure. I, Margaret Romer, leave my stately way of walking to Betty Nehring. I, Eleanor Schneider, leave to Frances Hill my ability to laugh at the worst of Mr. Chessall's jokes. I, Hal Storer, leave my reputation as a Don Juan to Ernest Thornton. I, James Stougton, fhaving no desire to rememberj leave to Don We- selsky the memories of my train ride to Fort Bragg on March 16. I, Lucille Lange, leave to Edna Sanderson my numerous musical talents. I, Ralph Thompson, leave my boisterous ways to Glenn Gibson. I, Viola Tindall, leave my numerous brain convolutions to Frances Hub- bard. I, Hazel Turri, leave to Kazue Onomiya my rank of Ukiah Hi's Home Run King. I, Sylvia Ulvila, leave to Julia Broggi my position as Girls' League President. I, Bartow Van Voorhis, leave to anyone who is capable of filling it, my position of Student Body President. I, Harvey Weatherhead, leave the goal unguarded in the hopes that Don Weselsky can put as many points in it as I have done. I, George Wenglein, leave to Milton Ford my pernicious appetite for those good apple pies. I, Virginia West, leave my love for flowers, bugs and things to Florence Miller. I, Chaplin Williams, leave to Lloyd McAfee my outstanding scholastic ability. I, J une Williams, leave my MaeWestian accents to Betty Ryder. I, Victor Williams, leave my knowledge of a Royal Typewriter to Miss Perry. I, Elaine Morgan, leave to Adelina Graziano my map of Calpella. I, Jess Rawles, leave to Dick Davis my ability to get to school on time. I, Clista Lorraine Lang, leave to Carol Grothe my ability to do things with a violin. ' I, Stanley White, leave my vast supply of longitude to Bill Hopper. Realizing the pleasure the heirs and heiresses will receive from these endowments, we, the Senior Class, leave as a whole our position of prestige to the J uniors-our knowledge through experience to the Sophs-and our dignity to the Freshmen. SENIOR CLASS PRGPI-IECY Last night as I hiked down the railroad For the pleasure and fun I derive I dreamt that I saw my old classmates Who were with me in the year '35, I used to believe they were friendly And when I sang why they used to hum But that was before I went haywire And started downhill on the bum. Who'd thought I was doomed to misfortune That I'd live to be an outcast That my dinner would be where I found it- I'm sure it was none of my class. Now look-they're all so successful, And me-a broken down scamp. We all had identical chances, And 'twas I who turned out a tramp. Now take Eleanor for instance. She's teaching at University of Cal. Who'd thought she'd ever get married, And least of all-marry old Hal! We next think of Caroline Anderson The girl with those deep somber eyes, And to think that she'd ever go "Bake Shop" And fashion out sweet apple pies. A topping her list of good clients, The name of George Wenglein appears. His weakness for pies not been fatal Though its followed him down through the years In the sports of each Sunday paper You can see "Flash" Ledeboer's name. Yes-his bones are becoming a bit brittle, But chess is an aged man's game. Perhaps his success is divided With his manager Bartow Van V. And to think that I once was his equal And had the same chance as he. And next we have Doctor Davis, A man now-reclining in years. He's married a nurse-Carol Nevin, And was endowed with three sons it appears. Evelyn's presiding in congress Oft times she makes the front page. It seems as though she's in favor Of Doc Townsend's Plan for Old Age. Well me-I'm certainly in favor If there's anyway for me to help Well, maybe I'd better say nothing They'd just think I was trying to yelp. A bigger sensation than Lindberg Even though there's no boy to kidnap Is Harv-aviator of daring He's flown everywhere on the map. And always in the co-pilot's cock-pit May be seen Barbara Davis' head. It seems as though she won't trust him As a good wife would do in her stead. And Leslie turned out an inventor Perfecting an auto plane light The rays of which liquidate darkness- He was helped by Assistant Stan White. Now, Leland and Clarence are captains In the Expeditionary Force of the Air Their General seems to be Chaplin All three must have learned how to swear. So Arthur turned out a musician And Laurence an artist of fame And Marvin became a great banker, Employing as cashier, A. Rains. John's flying a 'bomber for China And may blow Japan off the earth. Jean Kinsler is covering the fighting And her articles are all filled with mirth. Blond Ernestine joined with a circus And tells fortunes for the sum of a dime. Elaine became a detective And forms a great menace to crime. D. Moulton is writing a story Entitled "The Planet of Mars." It contains all her vast store of knowledge She gathered while visiting the stars. Now Adeline's running a hen farm, And culls all but double yolked eggs. Viola is running a tea shop. It appears she came down just a peg. Maryella's the county recorder And Turri the talk of the town. It looks as if she's bee'n voted As Hollywood's most famous clown. Barbara Branscomb, the great nature lover Just returned from a trip to the Nest, Where she purchased a new kind of flower Perfected by Ingram and West. But the biggest surprise of my lifetime Is Ralph-he's coaching at Yale And heading his list of assistants Is the name of' our president-Hale. Now Dahlberg and Christy are serving As U. S. ambassadors to France, While Neuhaus and Morgan are teaching The Ukiah Freshmen to dance. De Carli is acting down southward In the movies for Schneider and Lang. When you see her, you're filled with emotion But you laugh when she tries to use slang. The chief of police is James Stoughton In the town of New York so they say, He once locked me up in his jail house And curse him-I'll get him some day. June Parker is working in London As special envoy to the king, And Georgie is living in riches She obtained from the stage-can she sing! Oh, Stuart is paving a highway From London to Antwerp it seems And Loren, an able inventor, Has developed a thousand good schemes. Perhaps the most erudite students That I ever thought there could be Are Butler, creator of Scruples, And Edie, pioneer of the Sea. June Williams is visiting in Paris To get rid of a million or so, While Victor is working as chauffeur For Romer, who lives in Oslo. Sylvia and Robert are married And live off the fat of the land. You should hear some of Sylvia's stories She tells of her loving husband. Next in my long list of memories Do our Betty and Doris stand clear. They both are White House Librarians, And have been so for many a year. Our Josephine, Lucille and Mollie Are three efficient, healthy housewifes, While Hazel has become very wealthy By keeping ten thousand bee hives. Now friends, I don't want your sympathy Nor clothing nor food nor your bed, But I think that I could stand a dollar Or maybe a five spot instead. JU 1oRs Betty Brazier Class President .IUNIORS President ,,,.. .,.,. . ....., B etty Brazier Treasurer ,,.....,..,A..,., ,,.,.,.,.,.,. M ilton Bishop Vice-Pres. ,, ,,,,,,,,, James Hildreth Demerit Rep. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..... Kenneth Mahurin Secretary ,, ,, ,,,,,,,, Bonniebel Thornton Rep, to Student Council ,,,,,,..,,.. T. Cleland The Junior Class has been well represented this year in athletics, dramatics, social affairs, and every phase of school life. The Junior Prom, which is to be held on the third of May, will un- doubtedly be the outstanding social event of the year. Committees are now working out plans for this affair. The Juniors will on this night be hosts to the visiting delegates of the California Scholarship Federation. SCPI-IOIVIGRES Richard Tweedy Class President SOPHOMORES President ...... ...,.... R ichard Tweedy Treasurer ....,,.,v,,,,YYr.r.............,., Richard Davis Vice-Pres. ...., ,........ G eorge Hengeveld Demerit Rep. .,..,,,,r,,,...,.,......,.,, Bill Williams Secretary ...... ......,,,i,,,i,.i J ulia Broggi Rep. to Student Council ..,,,.,,,, D. Weselsky This year the dance sponsored by the Sophomore Class was a very colorful affair. The gym was appropriately decorated with many balloons of various shapes and colors. Kelloggfs Orchestra supplied the music for the latest dances. The Sophomores also supervised the Freshmen Initiation, with Larry Sullivan acting as Master of Ceremonies. Each Freshman was grotesquely costumed, and each one participated in a stunt. FRESHMEN Sherod Santos Class President i l FRESHMEN The Freshman Ark embarked on its one year cruise on September 17, 1934. Captain Sherod Santos was at the wheel, Jean Thornton, in the berth of First Mate. Russell Polhemus was elected Purser, and Audrey Doak was appointed to keep the Ship's Log. The sailing was smooth for the first few days, but at the end of two weeks a squall occurred. During the squall, known to mariners as the Freshman Initiation, the participants of the cruise felt very much abused and uncomfortableg nevertheless. in a few days the smooth waters re- turned, and all were at peace. Presently the Captain, a jolly fellow, decided his guests needed di- versiong so he instructed his crew to plan a party. On the day of the party the ship weighed anchor at a beautiful isle. There the crew decorated a huge Christmas tree with brilliant lights and put a wreath on every tree. Every guest brought and placed under the tree a can of food, which was to be given to some poor natives on the isle. After the fun and frolic the ship again resumed its journey. And now we must bid aloha to the Freshman Ark, for the good ship is sailing over the horizon to other lands. Tl-IE FACULTY Now Charlie is the boss of our school upon the hill. He makes our life a happy one, instead of a grinding mill. Oh, Ruthie is a funny oneg she likes to stand and tell The definitions of every word from this wide world to hell. We have our talkative teacher, something no school ever lacks. But we all love dear old Chessall, just him and his Almanacs. And now we have a scholarly marm, the one they call Miss Giles. She knows who's who in every class without consulting her files We even have a music chap, a small but talkative man. No one can play the saxaphone just as hard as Saari can. Most red-heads have hot tempers, but this is not our case. Miss Kaiser is an exception, with her charm and freckled face. The coach is Mr. Christensen, an athlete of renown. The teams he turns out every year are feared in every town. The sewing lady is Mrs. Coxg she starts us off quite slow. In making seams with stitches small the time does quickly go. We have our little Shirley, as cute as she can be, And why she's not in Hollywood is more than I can see. Our Latin magistra is Eilers, and she's a grand old sport. She told how great that Caesar Was, but then she fell for Mort. Margaret is a competent nurse, she sees a deal of pain. If you should choose your arm to break, you could not have cocalne Holly is our active teach--from her we learn to swim. In that we do work very hard to make us thin of limb. Cars at times do need repairg just shove them up the hill. If Mr. Roberts can't oblige, his husky laddies will. Paul is an honest, god-fearin' mang he always tells the truth. He used to spark with many gals, but settled down with Ruth. A specialist is lady Mac on bird and bug and shell. She handles them with greatest carey she seems to wish them well ELOISE THOMAS 0 ADMINISTRATION C. M. Fulkerson, Principal W. A. Chessall, Vice-Principal FACULTY E. B. Christensen Vivian Giles Audrey Hollenbeck Paul Beaufort Ivar Saari Paul Edward Lange Louise Macdonald Margaret Foster Nell Cox J. C. Roberts C. M. Fulkerson Evelyn Eilers Ruth E. Beaufort Shirley A. Perry Kathleen Waugh, Secretary Laura F. Kaiser W. A. Chessall STUDENT BODY President .,,,.. , ,...A . Bartow Van Voorhis Treasurer ..r........ ,,,,,.,,, M r, Chessall Vice-Pres. ,,Y,.,,.,.,..,,.., Doris Moulton Athletic Rep. ......,.. A,,,,,,,,, R obert Ford Secretary ..,,..,. . ,,,,,..,,. Joan Lee Smith The Student Body activities of this year have been very successful. A Legislative Committee and a Pep Committee were appointed by the presi- dent to present urgent business in the meetings and to sponsor programs and other activities in order that the regular Student Body meetings would be more interesting. An English U Committee was also appointed. This committee, with Mr. Christensen as advisor, will award English U's to all students who have the required number of points-points earned in all non-athletic activities. The Student Body this year presented the "Student Body Evening." This consisted of three one-act plays, and "E. S. I. C.," a short skit by the Junior English Class. The presentation was a success both socially and iinancially. Loren Hunt, Evelyn Koory, Ernestine Gibson, Maryella Adams, Harvey Weather- head, Stuart Eversole, Jesse Rawles, Jean Kinsler, Bernice Christy, Carol Grothe, Vivian Giles, Horace Ivey. UKIAHI Editor .................,,......, Jesse Rawles Exchanges .............. Bernice Christy Business Manager..Stuart Eversole Athletics ....... ....,.,.,.. L oren Hunt Seniors ....i..............,.... Evelyn Koory Athletics .....,................ Horace Ivey Literary ..,..............,...... Jean Kinsler Jokes .......,..,......... Ernestine Gibson Assistant Editor ........ Carol Grothe Art ................ Harvey Weatherhead Activities .............. Maryella Adams ' ' ' Sponsor ......i.,.,............. Vivian Giles This publication, after a lapse of two years, marks the resumption of an artistic and literary activity of the Student Body. The splendid co- operation displayed by the Student Body and business men and the willing- ness of the members of the staff to adapt themselves to the work necessary for the completion of the original plans for a very small book have made it possible to publish an annual of which we feel justly proud. The Staff, realizing the inadequacy of the funds, has aimed at quality rather than quantity. In developing the work on the book, we were acutely aware of the lack of an art department in the school. We hope that the UkiaHi staffs in years to come will be aided by this necessary curricular activity. In the theme we have attempted to link the significance of the Golden Gate Bridge, now under construction, with the Redwood Empire Region. With the completion of this span will come an increase in the tourist traffic, which will mean much to our community's welfare, and we hope to make the readers of this book more conscious of that situation. AUDREY DOAK, Freshmen Rep.g JULIA BROGGI, Treas.g SYLVIA ULVILA Pres,g BETTY BRAZIER, Secretaryg DORIS MOULTON, Vice-Pres.g AUDREY HOLLEN- BECK, Sponsor. GIRLS' LEAGUE Under the able sponsorship of Miss Hollenbeck the Girls' League has had a very successful year. The first event was on November 9, when the girls sponsored the pic- ture. "You Belong To Me." A considerable profit was netted from the ticket selling for this event. An important and worthwhile project of the year was the distributing of Thanksgiving baskets to needy families in the community. Members of the league contributed generously to the cause. In January the League gave a supper as a welcome to the Freshmen girls. Basketball games were played in the gym, and later a program and glancing were enjoyed in the cafeteria. Plans for the remainder of the year include a Mother's Tea to be given in May, and a tea for the visiting CSF delegates on the afternoon of May 4. Caroline Anderson President CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION Thirteen students earned membership in the CSF each semester of this year. Henry Smith and Arthur Mayhew were the new Freshmen admitted. Marhea Dahlberg and Eleanor Boothe received their seal-bearer pins. In the early part of February three of the members attended an installation of a new chapter at Lakeport, where Miss Giles was the installing officer, and on March 23 four members and the sponsor journeyed through snow and sleet to a district convention at Fortuna. On May 4 this chapter will be host to the North Regional Convention of the CSF. and it is expected to be the most important event of the school year. SODALITAS CLASSICA This year a regular meeting has been held at the home of a member every month. At the beginning of the new semester an initiation of the new members took place. This was carried out in the form of a Roman banquet, at which the food was served and eaten in the Roman style, the old members wearing togas and acting as masters, while the new members were their slaves. The club membership for this year totals twenty-five. This year's officers are: Sponsor, Mrs. Eilersg First Consul, George Hengeveldg Second Consul, Lorraine Mankinsg Scriptor, Barbara Moultong Quaestor, Marjorie Messick: Censors, Alex Thomas and Dolores Scholl. Horace Ivey President BLOCK U Horace Ivey, President Fred Ledeboer, Secretary and Treasurer E. B. Christensen, Sponsor Block U is the largest boys' organization in the school and has had as one of its objectives this year the rebuilding of the U on U Hill The or ganization also has sponsored a basketball game to raise funds to purchase belt buckles for the championship basketball team. Plans are now under way for the annual Block U picnic. N .O...-11.4 WORDS T0 THE WISE Teachers beware of a banana peel Or you may step on it with your heel And slip and slide and fall down flat And then get up and wonder where you're at Once a teacher who was very stately Was watching pupils quite sedately Slipped on a peel and lost her poise And came right down in front of some boys Up jumped here number one Who happened to be a doctor's son And after he found no bones were broke The pupils laughed till they near did choke As this happened to be Mrs. Eilers She's now on the watch for banana peelers If she catches one that is so dumb, It will be worse for him than chewing gum BONNIEBEL THORNTON I I BANDAUUDORCHESTRA The band this year consists of twenty-five members. They have been working on two special musical numbers: "Don Quixote," a Suite in four parts by U. F. Safranekg and the Overture, 'fMorning, Noon and Night," arranged by Henry Fillmore. They gave performances at the Student Body Varieties and the Senior Play. They will play for Com- mencement. Arthur Church, cornet player, played a solo at "The Young Idea." He played as his number, "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," by Rollinson. There are ten members in the orchestra. They have not spent their time on numbers for performances this year, but Mr. Saari has given a course in the fundamentals of music and musical appreciation. SYMPHONETTES The Symphonettes, an orchestra composed of girl musicians of the Ukiah schools, was organized in 1934 with the main objective of furthering musical ambitions through placing the study of music on a higher level in the schools, and of obtaining a better un- derstanding of fellow students in their musical endeavors. The members include: Clista Lorraine Lang, Josephine Lane, Alice Lee Riggs, Louisa Hinds, Carol Grothe, Juanita Kirk, Bernice Millard, Lorena Church, Jean Thorn- ton, Olive Cromwell. Elaine Morgan, Vontrue Logsdon, Virginia Smith, Effie Johnson, Irma Church, Eleanor Schneider, Christine Bruns, Phyllis Jordan, Barbara Ford, and Thelma Saari, Conductress. STUDENT BODY VARIETIES The Student Body presented "The Student Body Varieties" on December 14, 1934. The program included "Fifty-Fifty," a one-act play coached by Mr. Chessallg "Moving the Furniture," a gun-fire-burglar thriller directed by Mr. Lange, "The Nifty Shop," a musical fashion show directed by Mrs. Coxg and S. I. C.," an entirely original skit written by Mrs, Beaufort and Harley Freeman, and having as its cast the Junior English Class. The whole evening was highly entertaining, and it proved to be quite a financial success. SENIOR PLAY "The Young Idea," with Miss Kaiser the director and with a cast selected from the Senior class, introduced a new type of play in the high schoolls productions that was en- thusiastically received by the audience. The cast included the following players: Mary- ella Adams, Stuart Eversole, Eleanor Boothe, Ernestine Gibson, Elaine James, Evelyn Koory, James Stoughton, Georgianna Elliott, Bartow Van Voorhis, Clista Lorraine Lang, Fred Ledeboer, Jess Rawles, Otis Ingram and Hale McCowen. SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 13 Registration Day Bk 14 if SEPTEMBER 17 Instruction Begins if if 511 SEPTEMBER 28 Freshmen Reception bk bk Sk NOVEMBER 2 Sophomore Class Party If FF Pk NOVEMBER 12 Armistice Day is wk 21: NOVEMBER 29-30 Thanksgiving Class if 114 lk DECEMBER 7 Student Body Activities Program ik PK 514 DECEMBER 14 Freshmen Class Party SCHOOL CALENDAR DECEMBER 22-JANUARY 6 Christmas Vacation MARCH 4 Dotterer transfers from Commerce High, S. F. MARCH 16 Basketball boys bring home the championship from Fort Bragg U!! HF if APRIL 15-21 Easter Vacation lk ll' li MAY 3 Juniors welcome C. S. F. delegates at Junior Prom S ll' if JUNE 9 Baccalaureate lk lk ik JUNE 13 Class Night YK lk Fl' JUNE 14 Commencement O 1 ' To the Editor of the Literary Section of the U. U. H. S. Annual: We have made bold to rewrite "Little Red-Riding Hood" as we feel it should be wrote by students whom has absorbed what our English teachers so capably strove to give us. P. S. We are greatfull two our Latin and French teacher, and to our German teacher, if such there be. JUNE LENTZ HARLEY FREEMAN 1.,0,.,l. In a tiny cottage of which was seated beside a colossal, giantic redwood tree lived a fee wair damsel with her mere and pere. She was as rare as a day in May and to gaze upon that continent of winsominity and Puritanic womanhood which she was known to be the proud possessor of would be liken unto a glimpse through the quartels of heaven itself. Today was baking day in the tiny cottage and as it was baking day cakes and bread and cookies were baked. On each day when these goodies were baked, Little Red Riding-Cap ffor that was little Red Riding-Cap's namej would take a basketfull of tastyfull cookies to her grand-mere and grand-pere. These were always Csemperb depreciated by the later. Tripping merrily along with basket in hand, her shawl rapped closely about her neck, her beautiful golden hair floating Maconlike in the gentil zephyrs, she had gone quite a distance ways and was singing this old Nor- wegian folk song, "Whose afraid of the big bad wolf-tra, la-la-la-la?" when suddenly from a bend in the road appeared a sinecure looking creature of which had all the appearances of an overgrown Thomas cat but was none other than the big bad wolf in wolf's clothing, as was his want. "Good morning, most antimicable of wee fair damsels. I suppose you are on your way to your grandmother's and grandfather's, nicht wahr?" "Yep, This thing Pm carrion gets heavier than a barrel o' monkeys as the Greeks would piquetly say." "I shall be on my way, fee wair damsel," and puckering his lips he con- taminated going toward Little Rubicund Bonnet to implant upon her rosy lips a dishonest and laschivious peck, but quick as a splash our little lady dodged hither and thither and made her escapate from his villainous claws. Upon entering the back door of her grandmere's and grandpere's home, Scarlet Galloping Hat had a strange ammunition that something uncannily had taken place. She stepped into the bedroom to find only her grand-pere there with some strange looking creature with grandmere's nighty-cap on. "What a big nose you have, grandmerej' for it was she Little Pink Riding Clothe facetiously imagined. "All the better to eat you with, my dearf' and uttering fliply these final words the inhuman wolf, for it was he, leaped upon the floor and ran after Little Sunset Riding Bonnet. Luckfully her rusty uproars were heard by her father whom was not far away chopping wood. He rushed to the rescue and with Herculous fortity slew he whom had so inadvertisely become the recker of his home. He slit open the ex-ferocious beastie and out popped grandmere and Little Pink Riding Cap in fairly good trim, for be it known they had been only partial digested. After that everyone lived quite happy and after that they all did. V ATHLETICS Horace Ivey Donald Weselsky, Charles Norfolk, Harold Beebe, Robert Ford, Fred Ledeboer Milton Ford Harvey Weatherhead, Jess Rawles, Marvin Ford. 1 A BASKETBALL Playing brilliant basketball throughout the season, the Ukiah A team surprised the most ardent enthusiasts by winning 13 out of 16 games. Competition was strong for the most part, but the locals displayed a pleas- ing spirit of rivalry. The Ukiah boys climaxed their season by trouncing Fort Bragg High on the latter's court for the N. W. L. Championship. At the start of the season four regulars of last year's squad reported for prac- tice, and around these men CFord, Weatherhead, Ledeboer and Rawlesj was formed a team deserving much Commendation. Captain Ford's great height was an asset to the cause, both as a standing guard and a center jump. Ledeboer, playing odensive center, showed a magnificent brand of all-round ball which was unexcelled by any teammate or opponent during the season. Weatherhead led the scoring for the team by taking 189 points, which placed him well up in front for high scorer in the state. Rawles, filling the position of running guard, saw much service, proving himself invaluable. Beebe, sturdy Sophomore forward, showed much class, and we look to see great things from him during the next two years. Ivey and Weselsky, two very capable relief men displayed surprising ability and much can be ex- pected from them also. SCHEDULE Ukiah 21-Upper Lake 20 Ukiah 41-Univ. of Cal. 130's 21 Ukiah 22-Willits 15 Ukiah 24-S. F. State 130's 18 Ukiah 20-Santa Rosa 25 Ukiah 35-Hopland 8 Ukiah 22-Native Sons B's 14 Ukiah 28-Potter Valley 7 Ukiah 45-Upper Lake 6 Ukiah 35-Healdsburg 16 Ukiah 47-Lakeport 22 Ukiah 45-Willits 25 Ukiah 41-Mendocino 11 Ukiah 29-San Jose State 31 Ukiah 24-College of Pacific 25 Ukiah 36-Fort Bragg 22 X Chaplin Williams, Richard Davis, Jack Russell, Edward Walsh, Craig Bosworth, John Kinsler, Tom Van Dyke, Harold Ashton, Gerald Gowan, Kneeling: Earl Woodruff, Wesley Van Horn. Sherod Santos, George Hengeveld, Meno Onomiya, Bill Williams, Herman Holquist, Jim Hildreth, Arthur Mayhew, Fred Grothe. CLASS B BASKETBALL Inexperience handicapped the Ukiah B's to a great extent, but even though they lost the majority of their games, the season was far from un- successful. The players are all young, and with the experience they gained this year much can be expected from them later on. The team was made up of the following players: Harold "Itch" Ashton, running guard: Tom Van Dyke, forwardgilohn Kinsler, center, Edward Walsh, standing guard: Richard Davis, forward. Those who deserve honorable mention as seconds are: Craig Bosworth, Gerald Gowan, and Jack Russell. CLASS C BASKETBALL The C team was composed of a group of willing to learn young fly- weights who fought with the zest of veterans. Practically the whole team will graduate to B class next year, and we feel that we can safely say that the Ukiah B's will be a strong contender for the championship next year. The team according to their positions: H. Holquist, L. G.: M. Onomiya, R. G.: E. Woodruff, C.: W. Van Horn, R. F.: A. Mayhew, L. F. The second string was as follows: S. Santos, G. Hengeveld, B. Williams, J. Hildreth, F'. Grothe. l Coach Christensen, Ferdinand Fernbach, Otis Ingram, Robert Ford, John Dane, Fred Ledeboer, John Parducci. - Kneeling: Bartow Van Voorhis, George Lane, Edward Walsh, Chaplin Williams, Donald Weselsky. A TRACK The Ukiah Track Team experienced a very successful years, climaxing their season by winning the Redwood Empire Invitational Track and Field Meet. The squad contained some of the most outstanding material in Northern California. Ford, gigantic shot putter, consistently surpassed 50 feet and on one occasion attained the distance of 54 feet lg inch. Ford succeeded in getting a second place in the North Coast Section Meet at Palo Alto. Van Voorhis was practically always sure of a first in the 440 and at least a second 'in the 880. Ledeboer was usually certain of a first in the low hurdles and a few points in the high jump and 100. The rest of the squad also performed well. In the Ukiah-Lakeport Meet held at Lakeport, Ukiah was winner with a total of 63 points to Lakeport's 41. In the N. W. L. Meet held at Ukiah the points were as follows: Fort Bragg 459 Ukiah 44, Lakeport 4915, Willits 915, Hopland 3, Kelseyville 1. Summary of N. W. L. Meet: 100 yd. Ledeboer C31 g 440 Van Voorhis Q11 Dane Q31 3 880 Van Voor- his C21 Walsh 131 g Mile Walsh Q21 Woodruff 131, 120 H. H. Williams ftie for 41 g Broad Jump Lane Q21 g Pole Vault Weselsky Qtie for 21 3 Shot Ford Q11 5 Fernbach C41 g Football Woodruff 131. The following entered events: Shot put, Ford and Fernbach, high jump, Woodruff and Ledeboer, pole vault, Weselsky and Lane, mile, In- gram, Walsh and Woodruff g 880, Van Voorhis and Walsh, 440, Van Voor- his and Dane, 220, Ledeboer, Fernbach and Dane 5 100, Ledeboer and Fern- bach, broad jump, Parducci and Lane, 120 H. H., Weselsky and Williams, 220 L. H., Ledeboer and Weselsky, relay, Van Voorhis, Lane, Ledeboer and Dane. Coach Christensen, Bud Dane, Robert Ruddick. John Kinsler Arthur Mayhew Herbert Brown, Leland Brooks, Meno Onomiya. C TRACK The Class C Track Team, composed largely of Freshmen and Sopho- mores, made a splendid showing by placing second in the North West League Meet. The experience gained by these contestants through their competition this year will help to develop a strong A team in future years. Outstanding in the C division were Mayhew in the 660, 1320 and shot, Kinsler in the broad jump, shot put and hurdlesg Onomiya in the 50 and 100, and Brooks in the 1320. ' In the meet held at Lakeport, Ukiah took 29 points to Lakeport's 57. In the N. W. L. Meet at Ukiah, Mendocino placed first with 35 points, Ukiah second with 27, Kelseyville third with 225, Lakeport fourth with 19113, and Willits fifth with 2. Summary of N. W. L. Meet: 50 yd. Onomiya 121, 660, Mayhew 125, Dane C359 1320, Brooks C31 3 120 Low Hurdles, Kinsler 145 3 Shot Put, Mayhew C11 Kinsler Q21 3 Broad Jump, Kinsler Q15 Parducci C35 g Relay: Onomiya, Mayhew, Brooks, Kins- ler 123. Those entering events were: 50 and 100, Onomiya, 660, Mayhew and Dane 5 1320, Mayhew and Brooks 3 Broad Jump, Parducci and Kinsler, High Jump, Brown and Woodruif 3 120 L. H., Kinsler and Mahuring Shot, Kinsler and Mayhew, Pole Vault, Brown and Mayhew, Relay, Onomiya, Mayhew, Brooks and Kinsler. A . ,. mf R. Thompson, E. Walsh, J. Stoughton, T. Cleland, R. Ford, H. Weatherhead. F. Lede- boer, S. Eversole, D. Tweedy, Bill Davis, B. Van Voorhis, T. Onomiya, Coach Christensen. E. Thornton, L. Thompson, M. Ford, J. Kinsler, D. Weselsky, C. Williams, D. Davis, H. Ashton, G. Jordan. CRoom on front row left for H. Ivey.l FOOTBALL The Ukiah Varsity with Bartow Van Voorhis as captain had a success- ful year. Although they lost their share of the games, the players showed fine fight and spirit in every game played. The team was one the school can well be proud of. Schedule Sept. 29-Ukiah 6 St. Helena 29 Playing against a team with more practice and experience, Ukiah met defeat in their first game of the season. Oct. 6-Ukiah 6 Colusa 0 Playing in ankle deep mud, Ukiah's power plays proved too much for the Colusa boys. Oct. 13-Ukiah 25 Lakeport 0 Running wild, Ukiah won its second straight game. Ukiah's defense was too strong for the Lakeport boys to pierce. Ledeboer, Van Voorhis, and Ivey starred in the backfield, Ford and Weatherhead in the line. Oct. 20-Ukiah 12 Upper Lake 0 An inspired offense spelled defeat for Upper Lake. Ivey and Ford starred for Ukiah. Oct. 27--Ukiah 39 Mendocino 6 Playing strong ball, Ukiah Won its fourth straight victory. Van Voor- his, Ledeboer, and Ford were outstanding. Nov. 3-Ukiah 0 Fort Bragg 33 A water soaked field was the scene of our team's second defeat of the season. Nov. 11-Ukiah 6 Healdsburg 7 Ukiah, playing its best game of the season, again was defeated. Ukiah got to the goal line three times, but on account of over-eagerness, crossed it only once. Captain Van V oorhis, running wild in his last game for Ukiah, outplayed any other man in the field. A Fred Ledeboer, Horace Ivey, Coach Roberts, Claude Killen, Harold Beebe TENNIS One of the biggest turn outs for tennis in the history of Ukiah High occurred this year. The players, ranging from Seniors to Freshmen, ap- proximated thirty in number. Coach Roberts is arranging for a schedule which calls for a match each Saturday until the end of school, and the boys who make the team have some hard matches ahead of them. As the annual goes to press before the team can be definitely decided upon, the following players seem to stand out as most promising: Fred Ledeboer, who seems to be our best player, will probably get the first singles job. ' Claude Killen, our second singles man last year, has developed great form since last year, and is expected to give each opponent a great battle. Horace Ivey, the first singles man on the '34 team, has changed over to doubles. He also shows great improvement over last year. Harold Beebe, a newcomer to Ukiah High, has proven himself a capa- ble player. He has teamed up with Ivey for doubles. This combination promises to make a fine doubles team. Milton Bishop, a strong player, and Jim Hildreth, a good left-handed player, seem to be eliminating some of the boys in the battle for positions on the team. SENIOR GIRLS The following Seniors have made interclass teams: Elaine Morgan, speedball, J0- sephine Clyma, volleyball and basketball, Josephine DeCarli, volleyball and basketball, Sylvia Ulvila, basketball, volleyball and speedball, Effie Johnson, volleyball, basketball and speedball, Hazel Turri, basketball, volleyball and speedball, Betty Butler, volleyball, basketball and speedball, Evelyn Koory, volleyball, basketball and speedball, Bernice Christy, volleyball and speedball, Betty Lawrence, speedball, Eleanor Schneider, volleyball, speedball and basketball, Elaine James, volleyball and speedball, Maryella Adams, basket- ball, volleyball and speedball. JUNIOR GIRLS Martha Sacks, speedball, Eloise Thomas, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Betty Brazier, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Bonniebel Thornton, volleyball, speedball, Louise Cunningham, volleyball, basketball, Isabelle Ashton, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Joan Smith, basketball, speedball, Virginia McGarvey, volleyball, Alice Cambot, volleyball, speed- ball, Beth Corbett, speedball, Elberta Mankins, volleyball, Della Pauli, volleyball, speed- ball, June Lentz, volleyball, Frances Cunningham, basketball, Rose Albonico, volleyball, speedball, Janet Brawn, basketball, volleyball. I SOPHOMORE GIRLS BASKETBALL-v0LLEYBALL-SPEEDBALL--CHAMPS2 The following players have served to make the Sophomores outstanding in Girls' sports in the school: Dolores Scholl, volleyball, basketball, speedballg Marguerite LaBastie, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Ruth Lawrence, basketball, speedball, volleyball, Betty Ingels, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Barbara Moulton, basketball, speedball, Margaret Dockins, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Betty Daut, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Edith Wagner, speedball, Marie Wright, June Ransdell, Volleyball, Veltha Davis, volley- ball, Marian Lowrey, speedball, Lorraine Mankins, volleyball, basketball, speedball, Char- lotte Ford, volleyball, speedball, Louise Byrnes, speedball, Helen Roberts, volleyball, Ade- lina Graziano, volleyball, basketball, speedball. FRESHMEN GIRLS Erna Moore, basketball, speedball, Rosa Nell Logsdon, basketball, volleyball, Frances Fans, volleyball, speedball, Lois Ransdell, volleyball, Leole Wight, speedball, Bertha Jane Starke, basketball, speedball, Laila Ulvila, volleyball, speedball, basketball, Millicent Lot- tridge, volleyball, Phyllis Jordan, basketball, volleyball, speedball, Frances Hubbard, basket- ball, speedball, Hazel Sanford, basketball, speedball, Ida Pasero, basketball, speedball, Zita Venturi, basketball, speedball, Elsie Giannecchini, volleyball, speedball, Florence Miller, speedball, Audrey Doak, volleyball, Louisa Hinds, volleyball, speedball, Nancy Wilson, volleyball. , ,. - .-'bb ,LL I LARRY SULLIVAN-CAROL NEVIN Our 'Yell Leaders leading in A BIG TEN for CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS A BASKETBALL TEAM R. Ford, F. Ledeboer, H. Weatherhead, J. Rawles, H. Ivey, H. Beebe, D. Weselsky, C. Norfolk, Milton Ford, Marvin Ford, Coach Christensen for WINNER OF SECOND PLACE IN U. C. DEPUTATIONS ESSAY CONTEST Caroline Anderson for WINNER OF FISHER BODY PLAQUE IN CONSTRUCTION CONTEST Alvin Fernbach for OUR BOOSTERS QUR BCDOSTERS Views of the Golden Gate Bridge under construction. inn1,,,i.u1u.1n--umm.-qu1un1.nn14,n1.n--.lm-.un-nu 4, -.....,..-,......,.........................-....-....-.....,.....,......... REDWOOD AUTO SUPPLY CO. Auto-Truck-and Tractor Parts Phone 94 Ukiah, Calif. BECHTOL HARDWARE AND PAINT CO. 107 s. state sn. Ukiah, Calif. HENGEVELD ForFlowers ERNIE NEUHAUS Richfield Gasoline THE MAPLE CAFE Confectionery P. H. JOSEPH Jeweler and Optometrist Oldest Firm in Ukiah Square Dealing and Quality A FRIENDLY STORE with HOME TOWN SPIRIT J. C. Penney Co. Wilson Sporting Goods BARKER HARDWARE CO. S. W. Watson, Prop. Try Barker's They Have It UKIAH PHARMACY The Biggest Little Store in Town 212 S. State E. L. Chelli, Prop. VEVODA MOTOR SALES Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Dealers MORTY'S The House of Quality HALE McCOWEN, Jr. Attorney-at-Law Minetti Bldg. Ukiah, Calif. UKIAH HOME LAUNDRY 417 N. State St. Phone 87 General Dry Cleaners Save with Safety at MORRIS DRUG CO. Rexall Store PALACE HOTEL Ukiah, California HANSEN'S STATIONERY AND MUSIC SHOP 110 N. School Street Ukiah, California UKIAH DAIRY Buick Pontiac Lunch Fountain WEBER BUICK CO- Complete Line of Dairy Products , 209-211 SCh001 St. 109 S. State St. Ukiah J. P. Weber Ukiah, Calif. gl. 11.1.1.1N.-.I1.I1uniunfn-ul.....,..iMa1gu144.1...,ng-unuu1uu-nu-...filming1uu1uu1gn1.g1gl1.g1..q1u1 gl, JOKES Beth Corbett-"Well, Jean, how are you coming along with your driving lessons ?" Jean Kinsler-"Swell-today I learned to aim the thing." Mr. Lange-"Fred, can you explain what nothing is ?" Fred Grothe-"It's a hole without a doughnut around it." Miss McDonald-"What is the best known American animal?" Milton Bishop-"The Hot-Dog." Harley Freeman fin strange cityj-"I say, they seem to be putting up many new buildings in these parts." Stranger-"Yeah, new buildings are the only kind we put up around here." Miss Giles-"Henry, define a complex sentence for me." Henry Smith-"A complex sentence contains one dependable clause and one independable clause." James Stoughton Cin Econ. Classl-"Most men work hard all their lives so that they can rest afterwards." Marvin Ford fin English!--"Blank verse is poetry without Words." Robert Locke-"What's the funny odor in the Chem room ?" Jim Hildreth-"That's the dead silence they keep in there." Clarence Branscomb-"Did you know that a salmon can jump higher than the Washington Monument ?" Andy Grothe-"I don't believe it! How could it ?" Clarence-"Well figure it out for yourself. How far can the monument jump ?" Neighbor-"Has Brad forgotten all he learned at school?" Mr. Williams-"I certainly hope so! He can't make a living necking, that's sure." Harry H.-"Why didn't you answer my letter?" Doris L.-"I didn't get it." Harry H.-"You didn't get it." Doris L.--"No, and besides I didn't like some of the things you said in it." Mr. Chessall-"Who was it that crossed the Alps ?" Terry Sandelin-"It must have been Luther Burbank." Edie-Gee, but wouldn't it have been fun to have been made love to by an old-time knight ?" Barbara D.-"Nix on that, kiddo-sitting on an ironknee never appealed to me." Alice C.-"Dad, was that porch seat freshly painted ?" Her Dad-"Yes, I painted it yesterday-why ?" Alice C.--"Oh, nothing. Only Lawrence and I sat on it last night and he got paint on his trousers." 1p.1..1un1uui1im1un--mi1un1qin1',n1iuin1qn1qu1mi1,q1 1 1 11i.1u.1...1ii.1.i.1..1i..1 1 1..u KEITH C. EVERSOLE UKIAH FRUIT AND ASSOCIATES AND VEGETABLE MARKET Groceteria W. H. Brunner S. E. Pemberton George Wildberger, Prop. J. J. KIRWIN, M. D. WING WONG LAUNDRY Ukiah California Ukiah California Box 592 Phone 638 W. G. COX "Distinctive Modes for Women" D d d P1 th M t C 0 geniflge BIKES.. Trial as MARY LOUISE Cor. Church and Main Sts. ' 120 N. SCh001 Phone 602 R. A. ENRIGHT Frigidaire sales and Service SAFEWAY STORES Everything Electrical R. V. Johnson Ukiah California PIONEER OIL AND BURNER Compliments COMPANY AUTO ELECTRIC co. Fuel Oils Oil Burners Radios and Refrigerators Geo- D- Merkf Prop- B, L, CLELAND HARRIS CLEANERS i AND TAILORS Ukiah 5 California . Ukiah California B AND G GROCERY STEIERT, ANDREWS 8x FORD Imported and Domestic Groceries Sales-FORD-Service Phone 282 D. Balzarini ' A A A S6I'ViCC BANK OF AMERICA MODEL BAKERY National Trust 8a Savings Association Golden Crust Bread Ukiah Branch 4 Valette 8L Sons Phone 8 UKIAH BAKERY DETRICICS STUDIO 106 W. Church St. Wm' Rothspfack Ukiah Calif. Opp. State Theatre Phone 41-J "Nuff Said" .5 .......-..................................-....-...-....-.-M.-..-...............-..................-. - - .. -.,.....-.........g. JQKES Doris L.-"Did you pass your Econ 'ex'?" Elaine J .-"Well, you see it was like this-" Doris L.-"Shake kid, neither did I." Miss McDonald--"Oxygen is essential to all animal existence. There could be no life without it. Yet, strange to say, it was discovered only a century ago." A Dear Little Frosh-"What did they do, then before it was discovered?" Harvey W.-"Well, she refused me." Chap W.--"Really?,' Harvey W.-"That's the impression I got." Chap W.--"Didn't she actually say no ?" Harvey W.-"No, she didn't. All she said was 'Ha-ha-ha-ha'." Miss Kaiser-"Arthur, please give me a sentence with the word eclipse in it." Arthur Church-"When my brother sees a funny joke, eclipse it out." Chessall Cin middle of a jokej-"Have I told you this one before ?" Class fin unisonj-"Yes." Chessall-"Good, you'll probably understand it this time." Mr. Fulkerson Cto Froshl-"Do you know who I am ?" Frosh-"No, I don't, but if you can remember your address, I'll take you home." Miss Hollenbeck-"How far were you from the right answer ?" Earl Woodruff-"About five seats." When Noah sailed the ocean blue He had troubles, same as you ' He drove and drove and drove his ark Until he found a place to park. Mr. Chessall-"Hale, what was the motto for the High Time Preference people?" Hale McCoWen-"Eat, drink, and be married, for tomorrow we die." Miss Kaiser-"Punctuate this sentence: 'Miss Jones, a beautiful young lady, walked down the streetf " George W.-"I'd make a dash after Miss Jones." Elaine J .-"Whom are you going to marry, when you do get married ?" Doris L.-"A man." Elaine J .-"Brilliant! Did you ever see anyone who didn't marry a man Y" Doris L.-"Yes, of course! My brother. He married a girl." Harold Dunn fin Historyb-"We study history to find out the mistakes of others and improve on them." Miss McDonald-"What is the spinal cord?" Adeline Grandhi-"The spinal cord is a cord running down the backbone- lead to the brain." 4- -- -... ....-....-..-..-..-....-. .. .. -...... 4. "FOSTER'S HAVE IT" Home Owned 5-10-15c and up to 98c At EMERY'S New Line of Wash Dresses Latest Millinery J. W. KINGREN Ukiah California DR. R. A. MILNE Dentist THE SCALES GARAGE F. A. Yates Vernon Yates UKIAH ELECTRIC LAUNDRY Phone 98 N. State St. EVERSOLE MORTUARY E. A. Eversole Ukiah, Calif. Phone 106-M For Eye Troubles See DR. C. E. ROBERTS State and Standley Phone 285 Ukiah, Calif. SAVINGS BANK of MENDOCINO COUNTY Ukiah and Hopland Bank With Us Grow With Us WARD'S MARKETS Fresh and Cured Meats Quality Service H. O. CLELAND, M. D. DAVIS' BROWNbi1t SHOE Ukiah California STORE DR. J. R. THOMAS C. A. BERNHARD CO. Dentist Radios Savings Bank Bldg. Ukiah Norge Refrigerators.. Electrical Devices THE WHITE HOUSE Grocery and Dry Goods GLORIA SHOPPE A11 Lines of Beauty Culture Jamison Bros. Phones 3 8: 4 Mary Scholl Phone 677 FRENCH-AMERICAN S. E. MITCHELL Ukiah Creamery fgf THE BEST in DAIRY PRODUCTS Frenchy Sanchez '33 407 N. 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