Ukiah High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Ukiah, CA)

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kiaHi 1936 Published by the Student Body Ukiah Union High School ...LL ..- .n.n..- -,.1. .-. 4.-.f . ,-.a...... . -.-- ...- CXY36. - I I 1 N I 1 2 1 i 1 ..-.... . , 4 'rf l 1 CONTENTS Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen gm, .iw A W TI-IE lg. -2. A... 5.41 FBS H HIGH .SCHOOL ,.,,, .,., . ,..,.K,7-. ,gf gp h 5 "" ' AA-Q-are-srselln ,-5412A-'hAAQQn -uhkmtaanfsa-4 as-Ngnqenzlhii i0 0 QQQQl Eggnifmag 3 4 'Z- UD 2 i ,- lillll V-iff' H 2 2 L '7' 'D' 3 -W ffm: s .Jun -filers Q .Q Qgigzgifaiwa , 2 -5,.mf--:Qgmffgy D asm, ,O :.1:Z.4-7n71.:?g,g.:' KILK4. UKIAH UNION s Q-'PA 0 Ui? - - :ill DKQ - -' Qn' - e 11 06' -PG I 1 Y il -U. 4135 Aon' 4- Q6 lI11lm we 9,9 , ,.,.,.,. amass. -rs:-:-e-.r- l 313522 -Q QQQ ll!!! 5 . -Eli ll 355225 ll if Bl I ' W iw: 2- 5.5, , A N gage gig N .eii gg 2 .' i- QQ ' me: N M Q-- -M so DAS -- - -" Ti- D35 ll f -- -- - -' 1- Qflii Y - -W 4- -1- 931 N 1- Q 255 39 3' I I I I I I E- lg .x-.-. X Z ' XMJ.: VX 0 CLASSES 42-QMJ' K arion irginia Horace M. Bonnibel McGarvey Ivey Thornt ' 1 ' i ,M-,,L,Q! Alice 1 arold arol Camb t Dunn rothe Olive M. eslie R. Virginia Hull Grant Mustard SENIORS 1 Mary Emily Morgan Frances Margaret Bechtol M07 Be h Corbett Milton D. Bishop Louis Viarengo fxo-M' J. Harle F eem Betty Louise Morgan -Emma L. R sdell QW 0 0 ella Pauli 4? SENIORS I 4 Marien A. Claude L. REB- Constance James Bertram Dina Churchman Killen Tull? Virginia Lynch ilclreth Fannuchi xy g I Cecille Cecil Quinn Lorraine yble Marjorie Clarence n Rheba McClendon Hughes Howell Doran Branscomb Gray p A oan J. Walf ed Earline V. Irene John A. Frances ' mith Hietala Abbott Remstedt Dane Hill f. ,Z . ,Inu ' Q " W "1 ar rie Thomas Eloise Helaine Mary Elberta K Joh Elsie Margaret Milne Cleland Thomas Mankins Parducci ei 0 McKnight . . Lorraine Yvonne Ferdinand Florence Lo fi-4 Clara Alexander Oliver Bula 135-fbtfffi-'Lf Pike Fernbach Stoughton Denham Pacini Risley KQQ.,-,ff3:17,GL 2 "7 - xl ' X04 WP " ,J ,I V., ,11,ag2- ,fps I A 4 Janet R. George Mary E a Milton le Robert E. Brawn Jordan A Mihelcic 4 Ford Boyd Bernhard 1 H " V ff r ' I SENICDRS D B 49,-f!C - Lulu Cook Rguqigiltarie Albonico Betty Brazier SENIORS 55' J bmi'- Ernest Leonie Felicie Amy Douglas Isabelle Thornton Casabonne Waugh Dane Ashton M ' i 1 1' Gerald H. ne E. Lorena May enneth Allene Gowan Lentz Church Mahurin Bowen rxlizidlf'-'gf' .Jack Hazel Verrell T. Ardis Elizabeth lgorton E Russell Hun Baily Vassar Beebe U Don . Marjorie Charles C. Fhillips Knudsen Johnson Tom C. Frances Elizabeth George W. Louise Ann Cooper Cunningham Lane Cunningham Mvygkg o.,,.."".Lf"L.,,r SENIORS Ellamae Laura Compton Theodore F. Hudtloff dial In of John Kinsler Q Marion Virginia McGarvey Demerit Rep., '33 Yell Leader, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 Basketball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Speedball, '33, '34 Baseball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Tennis, '35, '36 Junior Dance Com., '35 Amateur Hour, '36 Alice Cambot . Student Body Varieties, '35 Basketball, '33, '34 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Baseball, '33 Sneedball, '34 Olive M. Hull Speedball, '36 Volleyball, '36 Freshman Tea, '36 HOTRC-8 M. Ivey Student Body Pres., '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 Block U, '33, '34, '35, Pres. '34 Football, '33, '34, '35, '36 Basketball, '34, '35, '36 Track, '33 Tennis, '33 UkiaHi, '35 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 Harold Dunn Student Body Varieties, '35 Stage Mgr., "Laugh Clown" Leslie R. Grant Transfer, San Jose, '36 UkiaHi, '36 Football, '35 Basketball, '35 Bonniebel Thornton Transfer, Potter Valley, '33 Orchestra, '33, '34 Secretary of Class, '34 Volleyball, Speedliall, Hockey, '34, '35 Amateur Hour, '36 ' Charles C. Johnson Band, '33, '34, '35, '36 Carol Grothe Emma L. Ransdell Class Secretary, '33 Class Treasurer, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 Speedball, '35 Orchestra, '33 Band, '34, '35, '36 Uk..Hi, '35, '36 Ukiah I-Ii Talk, '36 C. s. F., '34, '35 Virginia Mustard Girls' League Play, "33 Student Body Varieties, '35 Volleyball, Speedball, Barskgg- ball, Baseball, '33, '34, '33, Hockey, '34, '35, '36 UkiaHi, '36 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 Mary Emily Morgan Class Secretary, '36 Mother's Tea, '34 Basketball, '34 Frances Margaret Bechtol Volleyball, 'rm Beth Corbett Transfer from lvillits, '35 Orchestra, '36 Milton D. Bishop Class Treas., '32, '34 Student Body Varieties, 'Sa Senior Play, '36 Tennis, '35, '36 Block U, '35 Louis Viarengo Football, '33 Tennis, "33, '34 J. Harley Freeman Class Treasurer, '33 Student Body Varieties, '34 UkiaHi Editor, '36 Latin Club, '32, '33 Hi-Y Club, '33 Tennis, '34 Debating, '32, '33, '34 Betty LOl.liSe MOI'g3.I'l Orchestra, "33, '34 Varieties, '35 Transfer from Santa Rosa, Della Pauli Basketball, '32, '33 volleyball, '33, '34, '35 Baseball, '34, '35 Hockey, '34, '35 Sneedball, '33, '34, '35 'l'ennis, '35, '36 Legislative Com., '34 Class Night Com., '36 Student Council, '34 Marien AL Churchman "Laugh Clown," '35 Art Editor of Annual Staff, 36 'Frailsferred from Napa, '36 Joan J. Smith Band, '33 Girls' League Treas., '34 Student Body Secretary, '35 "Laugh Clown," '35 Basketball, '34, '35 Volleyball, '34, '35 Speedball, '33, '34, '35 Baseball, '35 Hockey, '35, '36 UkiaHi, '36 Ukiah Hi 'l'a1kQ '36 lllothers' Tea, '35 Girls' League Banquet, '36 "Polished Pebbles," '36 Claude L. Killen Demerit Committee, '36 "Laugh Clown," '35 Tennis Team, '33, '34, '35 Debating, '34 I-Il-Y Club, '32, 33 Student Body Varieties, '34 Advertising Committee, '33 Block U, '33, '34, '35, '36 Fern Tull Transferred from Chico, '3 Speedball, '36 ' Hockey, '36 Baseball, '36 George W. Lane Track, '33, '34, '35, '36 Basketball, '35 SENICDRS 5 .Earline V. Abbott Student Body Varieties, '34 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 "Polished Pebbles," '36 "College Capers," '36 Marjorie Doran Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 Hockey, '36 Irene Remstedt Volleyball, '35 Basketball, '33 James Bertram Hildreth C. S. F., '32, '34 Tennis, '34, '36 Basketball, Class C, '34 Basketball, Class B, '35 Band, '32, '33, '34 Block U, '34, '35 Debating, '32, '33 Clarence Branscornb Student Body Varieties, '34 "Laugh Clown", '35 Class Night Com., '36 John A. Dane Track, '35 Operetta, '36 Dina Fannuchi Band, '33 Frances Hill Latin Club, '33, '34 C. s. F., '33 Marjorie Milne Student Body Varieties, '35 Girls' League Play, '34 Volleyball, '33, '34 Speedball, '34 Basketball, '34 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 Lorraine Yvonne Pike Transfer from Red Bluff, '34 "Laugh Clown", '36 Girls' League Delegate, '35 "Polished Pebbles", '36 Janet R. Brawn Student Body Varieties, '35 "Laugh Clown", '36 "Kill or Kure", '33 Hi-Talk, '32 Basketball, '32, '33 Volleyball, '32, '33, '34 Tennis, '35 Baseball, '33, '34, '35 Speedball, '33, '34, '35 Thomas Cleland Citizenship Com., '35, '36 Advertising Mgr., '34 Student Body Varieties, '35 Latin Club, '35 "Laugh Clown", '36 Football, '34, '35, '36 Tennis, '35, '36 C. S. F., '35 Class Night Com., '36 Debating Club, '34, '35 Oneretta, '36 UkiaHi, '36 Hi-Y, '33 Ferdinand Fernbach Student Body Varieties, '35 Track, '34, '35, '36 George Jordan Football, '33, '34, '35, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 Eloise Helaine Thomas "Laugh Clown", '36 UkiahHi, '36 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 "Campus Capers", '36 Basketball, '34, '35, '36 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35 Speedball, '33, '34, '35 Baseball, '34, '35 Hockey, '35 Mothers' Tea, '35 "Polished Pebbles", '36 Girls' League Banquet, '36 Vice-Pres. Senior Class, '36 Delegate, Girls' League, '36 Florence Lola Stoughton Student Body Varieties, '34 Choral, '36 SENIORS Mary Emma Mihelcic Choral, '36 Girls' League Program, '36 Mary Elberta Mankins Annual Staff, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 "Kill or Kure", '33 Deinerit Com., '34 Latin Club, '33, '34, '35 Basketball, '33, '34 Speedball, '33, '34, '35 Hockey, '34, '35 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35 Ukiah Hi-Talk Staff, '36 Clara Denham C. s. F., '33, '34, '35 Milton Ford Football, '35, '36 Basketball, '35, '36 John Parducci Track, '33, '34, '35, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 Football, '33 Alexander Oliver Pacini Band, '33, '34, '35, '36 Student Body Varieties, '34 "Laugh Clown", '36 Pep Coin., '35, '36 Director Pep Band, '35 Orchestra, '36 Football, '36 Choral, '36 Bessie Boyd Volleyball, '33, '35 Basketball, '33 Elsie Margaret McKnight Transferred from Santa Barbara, '33 Bula Mae Risley Transferred from Orland, '35 Band, '33, '34, '35, '36 Volleyball, '36 Choral, '36 Speedball, '36 . "Polished Pebbles", '36 Ukiah Hi-Talk, '36 Robert E. Bernhard Football, '3 3 Band, '34 Track, '36 Lulu Cook Transfer from Lane, Kansas Amateur Hour, '36 Volleyball, '36 Operetta, '36 Rose Marie Albonico Student Body Varieties, '35 Basketball, '33, '34 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35 Speedball, '33, '34, '35 Baseball, '33, '34, '35 Betty Brazier Vice Pres. Student Body, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 "Laugh Clown", '36 Junior Class Pres, '35 Sophomore Class Pres., '34 Hep. to Girls' League, '33 Secretary, Girls' League, '34 Basketball, Volleyball, Speed- ball, Hockey, '33, '34, '35, '36 C. S. F., '33 Latin Club, '32, '33, '34 Ernest Thornton Senior Play, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 Band, '32, '34 Orchestra, '33 Football, '33, '34, '35 B Basketball, '32, A, '33, '34 "Polished Pebbles", '36 Choral, '36 Gerald H. GOWRH Basketball, '34 Jack Russell Class President, '36 Block U, '35 B Basketball, '34 Band, '36 Leonie Felicie Casabonne Choral, '36 Basketball, '32 Baseball, '34 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 June E. Lentz Girls' League Play, '33 Varieties, '34 Latin Club, '32 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Speedball, '34 Basketball, '34 Hazel Hunt Volleyball, '33, '34 Speedball, '33, '34 Hockey, '35 Latin Club, '32, '33, '34 C. S. F., '32, '33 Student Body Varieties, '35 "Laugh Clown", '36 Lorena May Church Band, '33, '34, '35, '36 Volleyball, '36 Choral, '36 Operetta, '36 Urchestra, '36 Verrell T. Bally "Polished Pebbles", '36 Choral, '36 Kenneth Manurin Debating, '33, '34 Hi-Y Club, '33 Latin Club, '33, '34 C Track, '33g A Track, '35, '36' C. S. F., '33, '34, '35 Demerit Com., '34 Student Body Varieties, '35 Block U, '33, '34, '35 Ardis Elizabeth Vassar Student Body Varieties, '35 Choral, '36 "Polished Pebbles", '36 Isabelle Ashton Student Council, '33 Latin Club, '33 Pres., Girls' League, '36 C. S. F., '33, '34 Basketball, Volleyball, Speed- ball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Baseball, '32, '34 Hockey, '36 Allene Bowen Transfer from San Mateo, '35 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 Norton E. Beebe Transfer from VVatsonville, '34 Block U, '35, '36 Band, '34, '35, '36 Choral, '36 Football, '35, '36 "Laugh Clown", '36 "Polished Pebbles", '36 Tennis, '34, '35, '36 Don I. Phillips Legislative Com., '35, '36 Pep Committee, '35, '36 Choral, '35, '36 Tom C. Cooper Basketball, '34 Football, '33, '34 Basketball M,':'r., ' .1 Marjorie Knudsen Girls' League Vice-Pres., '36 Advertising' Committee, '36 Latin Club, '32, '33 Basketball, '32, '33 Volleyball, '32, '33 Frances Elizabeth Cunningham Basketball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Speedball, '35 Annual Staff, '36 Choral, '36 llkiah Hi Talk, '36 Louise Ann Cunningham Student Body Varieties, '35 Basketball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Volleyball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Speedball, '33, '34 Baseball, '33, '34, '35, '36 Tennis, '35, '36 Amateur Hour, '36 Choral, '36 John Kinsler Annual Staff, '36 B Basketball, '33, '34, '35 Football, '34, '35 C Track, '34, '35 Ukiah Hi Talk, '36 Student Body Varieties, '35 SENIOFQS OFFICERS President HAROLD ASHTON Vice-President DON WESELSKY Secretary BARBARA MOULTON Treasurer MENO ONOMIYA Demerit Representative ALEX THOMAS Student Council GEORGES HENGEVELD Virginia Ford, Mary Johnson, Frances Howland, Lavona Fletcher, Marjorie Sawyers, Sylvia Jaakola, Betty Daut, Edith Wagner, Margaret Somerset, Betty Ryder Dolores Scholl, June Ransdell, Dorathy Dennen, Olive Ford, Marjorie Ford, Helen Roberts, Ruth Lawrence, Charlotte Ford, Kazue, Onomlya, Julia Broggi, Barbara Moulton, Marian Hansen, Jessie Hansen Virginia Dal Pozzo, Marie Wright, Sydney Sanford, Marjorie Messick, Kathleen Houdeshell, Marguerite La Bastie, Lorraine Mankins. Louise Byrnes, Marion Lowrey Anthony Leno, James Ford, Clarence Walker, Harold Beebe, Roy Szanik, George Parducci, Georges Hengeveld, Harold Ashton, Donald Weselsky, Richard Tweedy, Edward Walsh Lloyd Wallett, Richard Davis, Glen Gibson, Bill Williams, Alex Thomas. Tom Van Dyke, Andrew Grothe, Yasuo Wada, Alfred Parker JLJNlCDFQS SGP!-IOIVIORES La Dlca Phillips, Bernice Haas, Ethel Miller, Lois Ransdell, Laila Ulvila, Millicent Lottridge, Jeanne Thornton, Shirley Hooper, Connie Hurlock, Bertha Jane Starke, Hazel Sanford, Agnes Richey, Audrey Doak Florence Miller, Beatrice Sotter, Louisa Hinds, Irma Church, Genevieve Doran, Jane Branscomb, Arzelle Dennen, Levea Grant, Roeley Sargentini, Elsie Gian- necchini, Olive Cromwell, Yvonne McFarland, Edith Boyd, Verda Becker Betty Saunders, Barbara Ford, Zita Venturi, Bonnie Phillips, Bertha Bakker, Frances Hubbard, Nancy Wilson, Bernece Millard Robert Ruddick, Herbert Brown, Robert Fairbairn, Wesley Van Horn, Leonard Richey, Leland Montgomery, Marshall Turner, Earl Woodruff, Arthur Mayhew, Terry Sandelin, Henry Smith, Thoren Fravel, Willis Remstedt, Lloyd Jones Alfred Foster, Arthur Mihelcic, Sam Ray, Bud Prather. Wendell Robertson, Charles Parker, Mack Pyle, Bradford Wilson, Bill Hopper, Jim McFarland, Harold Skaggs, Chester Hill, Herschel Ford, Joe Hudtloff OFFICERS President TERRY SANDELIN Vice-President AUDREY DOAK Secretary LEVEA GRANT Treasurer LAILA ULVILA Demerit Representatives ARTHUR MAYHEW BILL PRATHER Class Representative JAMES MCFARLAND A OFFICERS President BILL CLELAN D Vice-President JACK ALLENBY Secretary ALICE WENGLEIN Treasurer HELEN ANDERSON Demerit Representative ARDEN GIBSON Class Representative JOE BROGGI Dorene Scott, Vivian Eriksen, Juanita Morgan, Faye Bishop, Dorothy Harp, Irene Sandelin, Virginia Smith, Clara Slocum, Ruby Zunder, Armida Mazzotti, Freda Greeri, Bula Tull, Lela Phillips, June Daut, Nadine Henderson, Ruth Hornbrook, Jean Ford, Ila Fred Leva Jackson, Evelyn Giannoni, Rae Breton, Lorraine Hurley, Vernell Haden, Ermine Leonard, Mary Rawles, Helen Anderson, Patricia Branscomb, Cecilia Riggs. Verna Talso, Airel Turner, Annabel Brewer, Ella Boyd, Tsuguey Furuye, Marie Pardini Nella Aggi, Geneva Mossi, Shizue Onomiya, Mae Evelyn Romer, Carol McLeod, Angie Martinelli, Alice Rampont, Christine Smith, Carol Kasch, Alice Wenglein, Marjorie Mitchell Bill Cleland, Merlin Wade, Martin Laforet, Jewel Ford, Bob Enright, Lloyd Briggs, Ernest Banker, Elvin Stroligo, George Szanik, Darrel Lynch, Joe Broggi, Albert Valentini, Raymond Shepherd, Bus Anderson, Gordon Foote Alvin Tripp, Billy Christy, Leland Martin, Vernon Sprague, Bob Barton, John Williams. Martin Stipp, Wallace Van Dyke, James Barson, Arden Gibson, Larry Holmes, James Lay, Guido Venturi, Jack Mason, Billie Montgomery, Jack Westfall Jack Allenby, Bill Hollin, Argel Anderson, John McKee, Allen Coats, Milton Mahaffey, Leland Gilbert, Claude Foster, William Walsh, Bob Alameda, Richard Schwarm, Delbert Culbertson PRES!-IIVIEN HE activities of the juniors have been curtailed this year because of lack of funds. Owing to the efforts of President Harold Ashton and Treasurer Meno Onomiya, enough money was collected to sponsor a junior dance on May 8. Witli May Day as its theme, this dance proved a huge success. One issue of Ukiah Hi Talk, written in the manner of Time Maga- zine, was sponsored by the junior English classes and Mrs. Beaufort, the third year English teacher. It was the most original and clever edition of the year. A number of the juniors also contributed their talents toward articles for the Christmas edition of the school paper. Many contributions of juniors on "My Idea of What Christmas Means" were printed. N amateur radio hour was the clever means taken by this year's sophomores to initiate the freshmen this past fall. Bradford Wilson at the microphone discovered much talent. In observation of the Mark Twain Centennial, Miss Giles' section in sophomore English presented a program before the student body last November. The whitewash scene from "Tom Sawyer" was dramatized, with the following cast: Tom Sawyer, Bud Prather, Huckleberry F inn, Bradford Wilson, Aunt Polly, Phyllis Jordan, Billy, Bill Prather, Becky Sharp, Frances Hubbard, Johnnie, Arthur Mayhew, Ben Rogers, Robert Locke, jim, Robert Fairbairn. Charles Parker's eulogy of Mark Twain was exceptionally fine. The school went "hill-billie" for the sophomore dance. The gym was turned into a barn with a buggy, baled hay, and chickens scattered about. The guests came dressed as farmers and farmerettes, and prizes for the cleverest costumes were awarded. huge sprig of mistletoe hanging from the center of the ceiling, fir and holly boughs with huge red crepe paper bows, and two lighted Christmas trees were the decorations in keeping with the season when the freshmen entertained the student body on December 6. On November 8 the freshmen presented a stirring Armistice pro- gram. 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',"r'1m- - ' - :L,':e91i5, .aft 35 5 16 2 ' YN f f . i , Jw is ., - ...vw ' gig" -'Q 5 Ag a--4,f,,eh" ,:. - 'v--"--f , 5935 , - -V ,Sr-1? . L -s,,g5:2?4mYs223,:fs,12 n .',:. -3,4-31474 . r -'M 'EHKEFSZ-.A" . 91 5 New-. .1 -.- .. " - , mn. .. - . an. . .'J1'vF .ifkfllgmzl auch SCI-IOCJI. September 23 September 30 October 4 October 11 October 28 November 2 November 8 November 15 November 22 November 28 December 6 December 13 December 20 January 24 February 21 February 21 February 28 March 23 March 28 April 3 April 25 May 8 May 12 June '7 June 8 June 10 June 12 Hopping, skipping, and singing a merry "Good morning, dear teacher," we sat ourselves down to our little desks once more. William James Christensen takes a bow. Lipstick, lampblack, barked shins, and much hilarity reigned supreme at the Frosh Reception. Many lockers torn from their hinges in order to get first look at first edition of Ukiah Hi Talk. Frosh warn Upperclassmenl Every business man in town had a tomahawk in his hand and a knife under his belt as he went to see the Fort Bragg-Ukiah championship football game. The weapons did no good. The seniors remind us that Armistice Day is upon us. Well, By Cracky!! Big sophomore shindig held in gym dressed up like a barn. Knit one-purl one-girls revert to grandmothers pastime. Full tummye - round tummye - throbbing tummye - Thanksgiving dinner and vacation. "I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today"-Hotdogs, hamburgers, and orange punch furnish pause that refreshes at freshman dance. "Time" edition of Ukiah Hi Talk marches on to huge success, and "Laugh, Clown, Laugh!" draws S127 for the seniors. Another first place for Ukiah Hi Talk. It announces Christmas vacation. Hg hta-Santa is going to bring Mr. Fulkerson a package of chewin' gum for C ris mas. Around and around the wheel of fortune goes, and where she stops, no-body knotvlvlsfkgong-Student Amateur Hour given before assembly. Pep Committee on e Jo . With a big ten and a U K we primed our tonsils for the N. C. I. F. championship game with Willits for the basketball trophy. The dramatics class honored two of our great presidents with a patriotic program before the student body. And even though the Ferndale boys couldn't dance, the Girls' League gave a ball for them. Bill Christensen sprouts first tooth. I for one can say -"Oh! Deah Me! and a Hi Nonny Nonny and a Hot Cha Cha"- "Po1ished Pebbles"-a student body production and a grand success. Eggs to the right of usAeggs to the left of us-volleyed and thundered-and not a bad 'one-Easter Vacation. Biggest event of the spring-N. W. L. Trackmeet in our home town. Fort Bragg copped the relay and the meet. Midst the setting of pink roses and verdure from the hills, the Junior Prom graced the annals of our Calendar. The girls honored their Ma's with a tea - and oh! those open-faced sandwiches! Baccalaureate Service Knowing it was his last appearance in this school. every senior did his best to steal the show. Success? Yeah man!! beautiful ladies dancing with handsome gentlemen in soft glowing Graceful, light to the strains of "Goodnight, Sweetheart"-the Senior Ball. Commencement. CALENDAR ADMINISTRATION C. M. FULKERSON Principal W. A. CHESSALL Vice-Principal IS . 1- -- Y- nr ,V-. FACULTY I E. B. CHRISTENSEN LAURA KAISER PAUL EDW. LANGE 636' AO RUTH E. BEAUFORT J. C. ROBERTS c. M. FULKERSO SHIRLEY A. PERRY EVELYN EILERS NELL COX W. A. CHESSALL OTTO REICHARDT LOUISE MacDONALD JY PAUL E. BEAUFORT gd! AUDREY HOLLENBEOK v1v1AN GILES F-ACU l.-I-Y Horace Ivey Betty Brazier Donald Weselsky Julia Broggi W. A. Chessall C. M. Fulkerson Tom Cleland Horace Ivey Julia Broggi James McFarland Joe Broggi Georges Hengeveld STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President ---- Horace Ivey Vice-President - - - Betty Brazier Secretary ' ' - Julia Broggi Treasurer - - W. A. Chessall Athletic Representative - Donald Weselsky The Ukiah High School Associated Students have had a progressive and inter- esting year under the excellent leadership of President Horace Ivey. 'Ifhe Pep and Legislative Committees had proved so successful in '35 that they were reappointed and did much in furthering student activities. A third committee was added to the standing student body committees. This was the Advertising Committee, composed of five students, who were responsible for posters and newspaper publicity of games and other activities throughout the year. For the student body operetta a miniature stage set was constructed for advertising purposes. A new idea was inaugurated for Student Body Play Night. "Polished Pebbles", a very successful operetta, was sponsored by the student body and was enthusi- astically received. Over fifty students were given the opportunity to display their musical talents in this extravaganza. The Student Council, representing every class in school, was behind each one of these activities. STUDENT BODY COIVIIVIIEIJIJILILS The standing committees of the Associated Students, the Pep and Legislative Committees, have been responsible for many student activities this Year. The Pep Committee arranged for programs on several of the important holidays. A gala night before the Fort Bragg football game in the fall drew many to an excellent program of music and speeches, followed by the huge bonfire. This same committce's greatest success was their "Amateur Hour." presented for the student body. The opportunity for a great number of students to take part was offered, and a prize was awarded to the most talented performer. John Dane, in the role of Charlie Chaplin, was awarded this. Stimulating students' interest in school affairs was the objective of the Legislative Committee this year. Legislation in the form of the amendment Where- by the vice-president of the student body does some of the presiding and student self government was ,sponsored by this committee. On Snap Day, due to this committee's efforts, the entire school was roused to great and unheard of heights of enthusiasm to make this the outstanding event of the year. LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE Bill Williams Milton Ford Clarence Walker Don Phillips Georges Hengeveld Louise Byrnes Jean Thornton Marguerite LaBastie V PEP COMMITTEE Bill Prather Don Phillips Oliver Pacini Darrel Lynch Jim McFarland GIRLS' LEAGUE Isabelle Ashton Audrey Doak Miss Hollenbeck Julia Broggl CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION Georges Hengeveld Miss Giles Genevieve Doran Clara Denham Jean Thornton Lorraine Mankins Marjorie Messick Bertha Starke , Bill Williams Kenneth Mahurin GIRLS' LEAGUE The first big event of this organization was the dinner for the purpose of get- ting better acquainted with the freshmen girls. Following the dinner and program on this evening, "Big Sisters," helped "Little Sisters" in their efforts at dancing. The picture which the League sponsored at the theater, "Dante's Inferno," was both a social and financial success. Cash night at the local theater provided a ready market for the League's home-made candy on several occasions too. Their usual custom at Thanksgiving time, that of providing baskets for needy families, was not forgotten this year, and the baskets seemed bigger and better than ever before. The League was well represented at the Arcata Convention this year, where Eloise Thomas spoke on "'What Constitutes School Spirit". The Mothers' Tea in May and the Boys' Banquet in April, both accompanied by elaborate programs, completed a very full year for this organization. CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION Bill Williams as treasurer and Miss Giles as vice-president for the Northern Region of the C. S. F. gave Ukiah High School recognition this past year. Five members attended the fall meeting of this district, held at Tamalpais High School in December. Georges Hengeveld, Bill Williams, Marjorie Messick, and Miss Giles attended the spring convention held at Analy High School at Sebastopol in April. A new plan, whereby two of the ten honor points necessary for membership may be gained by outside activities, has been formulated, and is now before the faculty for approval. CRGANIZATIGNS ORGANIZATICDNS BLOCK U WEARERS Ferdinand Fernbach, Milton Ford, Joe Woodruff, Ha1'old Beebe, Tom Cleland, Har- ley Freeman, John Dane, Ernest Thornton, Norton Beebe, Charles Rucker, Fred Grothe, Bill Cleland, Milton Bishop, Arthur Mayhew, Harold Ashton. Tom Van e Dyke, Kenneth Mahurin, Jack Russell, Richard Tweedy, George Jordan, Jim Hil- dreth, Georges Hengeveld, Claude Killen, George Lane, Don Weselsky, John Kins- ler, Horace Ivey, Dick Davis, Ed Walsh. Les Grant Although the Block U Society is the largest organization for boys in the school, it has been the least active and most dormant of the student body clubs. There have been just three meetings this year. Many of the members of this society, as individuals, are active. But with the many possibilities for improving the welfare of the school, nothing in any way has been done by this group as a whole to cooperate with the attempts of other organizations. CITIZENSHIP COMBIITTEE The most faithful and conscientious committee of the standing committees of the student body, this group gets the least recognition of any, and -certainly the least thanks. They represent the entire student body and meet regularly every Monday morning to keep students' citizenship reco-rds in good order. In late May their records showed that the following seniors have main- tained a perfect Citizenship Standing for the four years they have been in high school: Charles Johnson, Charles Norfolk, and Mary Morgan. CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE Alex Thomas Carol Grothe Arden Gibson Claude Killen Mr. Lange Mrs. Cox Bill Prather IV! BAND MEMBERS l James McFarland, Charles Johnson, Jack Russell, Lorena Church, Darrell Lynch, Harold Beebe, Herschel Ford. Norton Beebe, Bula Mae Risley, Bernece Millard, Wendell Robertson, Mr. Reichardt, Leland Montgomery, Hale McCowen, Arden Gibson, Alex Thomas, Clarence Walker, Kathleen Houdeshell, Irma Church, Ver- non Pacini, Carol Grothe, Louisa Hinds, Oliver Pacini, Lloyd Jones, Arthur Church ORCHESTRA MEMBERS Phyllis Cromwell, Edith Boyd, Barbara Ford, Verna Talso, Lorena Church, Darrell Lynch, Oliver Pacini, Arthur Church, Lavona Fletcher, Connie Hurlock, Agnes Richey, Mr. Reichardt, director, Jack Allenby, Raymond Shepherd, Kathleen Houd- eshell, Irma Church, Sam Ray, Billy Montgomery, Beth Corbett The band, under the direction of Mr. Reichardt. has done outstanding work during this past year. If school spirit seems to have revived, this organization is in a great measure responsible for it. Playing at all games, programs, and rallies, it has added greatly to pep and enthusiasm in school affairs. The orchestra has given several splendid performances this year. The most appreciated of these was their accompaniment for the operetta. On the evening of May 22 the entire music department delighted its listeners with a program of music. An A Capella Choir from the choral class, selections by the Beginners' Orchestra and the Advanced Orchestra, and various solos were among the program numbers. USIC Cl-IORAL. USIC loving students of our school have found in this year's choral class, offered for the first time in several years, an unusual opportunity to increase their knowledge and appreciation in the field of vocal music. The class, under the direction of Otto H. Reichardt, meets at 12:30 in the music roomy ., however, because of the limited time, the accomplishments of the group have QR, been somewhat hampered. ' . XX 5 'THE class sang for the Washington's and. Lincoln's birthday program, for Q Christmas, and for the Mark Twain Centennial celebration, which was given Xml by Miss Giles' sophomore English class. ml, T HE greatest performance of the year was the operetta, "Polished Pebbles," to-' Q by Otis M. Carrington, which was given in place of the annual student body 3... L play. Presented on March 27, under the direction of Mr. Reichardt and Miss sl - Kaiser, it was enthusiastically received by a large audience. Aided by a chorus N. . of thirty, and with accompaniment by the orchestra, the following students had , Fri the leading parts: Lorraine Pike, Louisa Hinds, Lorena Church, Norton Beebe, 'N Audrey Doak, Margaret Somerset, John Dane, Ernest Thornton, Lulu Cook. Yi - Lorena Church O. Pacini Cook Ulvila Mihelcic Pauli Hurlock Phillips Somerset Risley . L, Church T. Cleland L. Casabonne Wise Jaakola . Sanford Hinds Romer West Stoughton Wagner M. Ford K, Onomiya Leonard Vassar Thornton G. Szanik A. Parker Mr. Reichardt Ray Bud Prather Ruddick UKIAHI Harley Freeman Miss Giles Ernest Thornton John Kinsler Marien Churchman Leslie Grant Joan Smith Elberta Mankins Audrey Doak Horace Ivey Tom Cleland Eloise Thomas p Lorraine Mankins UKIAH HI TALK Bula Mae Risley Verrell Baily Horace Ivey Allene Bowen Frances Cunningham Miss Giles Marjorie Doran Earline Abbott Q Carol Grothe Elberta Mankins Olive Ford Virginia Mustard Marjorie Milne . Eloise Thomas STAFF OF UKIAHI Editor Harley Freeman Sports Frances Cunningham Assistant Editor Lorraine Mankins J o-hn Kinsler Senior Editor Carol Grothe Ernest Thornton Business Manager Tom Cleland Snaps Virginia Mustard Sales Manager Eloise Thomas Calendar Elberta Mankins Organizations Joan Smith Sales Barbara Moulton Leslie Grant Herman Holquist Classes Audrey Doak Gene Rawles UKIAH HI TALK HE publication of the school paper was resumed this year, and it was re- named "Ukiah Hi Talk". The staff is composedof the members of the jour- nalism class. The paper is published every week, and consists, on the average, of six mimeographed pages. I HIRTY-THREE issues have been published during this year, and papers were exchanged with over twenty schools at different times, schools as distant as Spirit Lake, Idaho. I HIS staff of '36 expresses the hope that such ability and organization Will be developed that the news of the school will be published in a printed paper very shortly. U PUBLICATIQNS SENIOR PLAY Pat Hurley Danny Polling Fritz Benton Arthur Hurley Gallagher Starling Dr. Pratt' Dale Mrs. Hurley Evelyn Hurley Mary Aunt Sue Uncle Jake Detective Gardener SENIOR PLAY CAST HAZEL HUNT MILTON BISHOP OLIVER PACINI ERNEST THORNTON BETTY BRAZIER A CLAUDE KILLEN MARIEN CHURCHMAN LORRAINE PIKE ELOISE THOMAS JOAN SMITH JANET BRAWN TOM CLELAND NORTON BEEBE CLARENCE BRANSCOMB Director, MISS AUTDREY HOLLENBECK T' HE annual senior play this year was "Laugh Clown Laugh", and was a tre mendous success. The auditorium was filled and so was the senior treasury THIS play was a three-act mystery-comedy, involving a stolen diamond a murder, two superstitious negroes, two ex-convicts, a swindler and his ex wife, a ilighty mother, and the romance of Pat and Danny. H--of 159573 fi3'Wmi? xl -2 Y ' V N ' ' X .waz in 5.79. Jw . 'A L, A AF. WT Q ' KF? , sg if .a 5- ff' x JV UK 'Q n N A 4 fa- 1 wwf' li , ,AJ A 1- ,gl 441' wr AF 3'-' CONTENTS Awards Football Basketball Track Tennis Girls' Sports SCHOOL X Xi WWWM X N53 "" "" x X L XX? XZZ-F QXNX X X- xk 1 hx 5 X -- MN Ov VL?- mwymgwgau W f 5 Kr 1i,4',.f f ff, :r f rl J s IJ SPORTS BOYS FOOTBALL Blocks-Bill Cleland Stripes-Don Weselsky Harold Ashton Edward Walsh Norton Beebe George jordan Leslie Grant Richard Tweedy joe Woodruff Horace Ivey Lester Thompson Harold Beebe Milton Ford Tom Cleland john Kinsler Ernest Thornton BASKETBALL, Class A Blocks-Arthur Mayhew Stripes-Horace Ivey Charles Norfolk, Don Weselsky all-league guard Harold Ashton Milton Ford Harold Beebe BASKETBALL, Class B Blocks-F red Grotlie Bars--Edward Walsh Wesley Van Horn John Kinsler Charles Rucker Dick Davis James Hildreth, all-league center Earl VVoodruff Georges Hcngeveld, all-league guard BASKETBALL, Class C Circle Uls-Alex Thomas Small Block-Meno Onomn 'L Robert Locke Wallace Van Dyke Albert Valentini GIRLS DIAMOND U FOR 1000 POINTS Julia Broggi CIRCLE U FOR 500 POINTS Frances Cunningham Barbara Moulton Lorraine Mankins Elsie Giannecchini AWARDS I-iOGilll:3Al..L Although there was no score in this first game of the season, both teams made a fine showing. The game was well played, and real sportsmanship was a feature throughout. UKIAH 7 UPPER LAKE 20 Ukiah never made a poorer showing on the gridiron than when it let Upper Lake defeat it for the first time in seven years. UKIAH 25 LAKEPORT 6 Perfect teamwork on the part of the Wildcats made the Ukiah team emerge on top in this game. UKIAH 6 HEALDSBURG 0 This was another great game in spite of the low score. Ukiah clicked, but had to give all to win by a touchdown. UKIAH '7 FORT BRAGG 19 On the first play after the kick off Fort Bragg scored, and thereby ended Ukiah's hopes for the championship game. Ukiah came back with lots of fight, but not enough to make a win. SECOND STRING GAMES For the first time in Ukiah football history the second string was allowed to have their own interschool games. UKIAH 0 LAKEPORT 'I Failing to cover a punt which rolled behind the goal line, Ukiah lost the game on this blunder. Both teams put up a fine battle. UKIAH 0 BOONVILLE 6 Evenly matched these teams were, but Boonville had the something that all teams need in order to win. UKIAH 7 CLOVERDALE 0 Our seconds played their best brand of ball when they won this game from Cloverdale. The visiting team put up a grand fight. HORACE IVEY Coach Christensen, Grant. Ivey, M.Ford, H.Beebe, Tweedy, Jordan. J. Woodruff Foote, J. Parducci. Sandelin B. Cleland, ' Thornton, , 0. Pacini, T. Van Dyke E. Woodruff, Holquist Ashton, Talso Banker, Stipp. W. Van Dyke J. Ford, Turner, Barson, Anderson, Campbell Horace Ivey Arthur Mayhew Charles Norfolk Harold Beebe Milton Ford Don Weselsky Harold Ashton Tom Cooper Every year cannot be a winning year, and the Ukiah A's, while they didn't make as good a showing as their younger brothers, the B's. had a very successful season, considering the fact that they lost practically the entire championship team of last year through graduation. Next year, with three of the first string players remaining, they should fare very well. In the past four years the Ukiah A's have won fifty-two out of their sixty-seven games. This year's team won eight of the twelve games they played, and there are not many teams that can boast of such an average. The first team was composed of Weselsky, H. Beebe, Ashton, Ivey, and Nor- folk, while those on the second string were Mayhew, Van Dyke, N. Beebe, Thomp- son, and Woodruff. Charles Norfolk had the distinction of being elected all-league guard for this section. The schedule follows: . Ukiah 31 Upper Lake 12 Ukiah 37 Boonville 14 Ukiah 27 Kelseyville 30 I Ukiah 27 Kelseyville 23 Ukiah 21 Santa Rosa 42 Ukiah 23 Cal. 130's 25 Ukiah 23 St. Helena 13 Ukiah 24 Ukiah Alumni 15 Ukiah 21 S. F. State 145'S 20 Ukiah 17 Willits 22 Ukiah 22 Ferndale 14 Ukiah 32 Willits 24 A BASKETBALL B BASKETBALL Playing splendid basketball throughout the season, the Ukiah B's surprised even the most optimistic spectators by winning eleven of the fourteen games played. Competition was very keen this year, and the boys were clearly over! matched in the three games in which they were beaten. Climaxing the season, the B's won a hard fought game from Fort Bragg for the N. W. L. championship. Davis. Walsh, and Kinsler, last year's regulars on the B squad, and Wood- ruff and Hengeveld, last year's C players, made up the team which started the season. Due to keen rivalry, these five players played hard ball in order to maintain their positions. Every game was c.haracterized by very steady, con- sistent playing. There were no "hot shots" on the team, so defense was their best offense. Walsh and Hengeveld proved to be two of the best guards in the league, while Davis, Rucker, Woodruff, Hildreth and Kinsler held their own in their positions. Charles Rucker Herman Holquist Ed. Walsh Gene Rawles Georges Hengeveld Wesley Van Horn Earl Woodruff Jim Hildreth Dick Davis TOIII Cooper Ukiah,25 Fort Bragg 21 Ukiah 21 Upper Lake 18 Ukiah 35 Boonville 18 Ukiah 15 Kelseyville 14 Ukiah 15 Kelseyville 9 Ukiah 22 Willits 14 Ukiah 32 Lakeport 19 Ukiah 12 Santa Rosa 34 Ukiah 14 St. Helena 32 Ukiah 13 Willits Tramps Ukiah 34 Potter Valley 6 Ukiah 27 Willits 24 Ukiah 28 Ferndale 17 Ukiah 24 Lakeport 16 Meno Onomiya Wallace James Barson Norton Beebe James Hildreth CLASS C BASKETBALL While the Class C basketball team was composed of inexperienced players, they were willing and full of fight. Some of these players will meet the require- ments for the B class team next year, and they will strengthen that team considerably. On the first team were Locke, Thomas, Prather, Onomiya, and Valentini. The second team was made up of: Barson, Hill, Van Dyke. Broggi, and Schwarm. TENNIS Starting with a turnout of about twenty beginners and eight veterans in tennis this year, Coach Roberts soon rounded the squad into very capable mater- ial. Harold Beebe at first singles, Jim Hildreth at second singles, and Art Mayhew and Craig Bosworth at first doubles made up the team. On Wednesday, May 6, the team met Santa Rosa there in some matches. As the Santa Rosa players had finished their season as runner up in the North Bay Championships, the team gained some valuable experience, but no matches. On Saturday, May 9 ,the team made use of this experience against Fort Bragg, winning all but one match, the first singles. A much bigger turnout this year in tennis than ever before seems to indicate a rising enthusiasm in this sport, and it is to be ,hoped that this interest will lead to real championship teams. TENNIS Richard Schwarm Van Dyke Albert Valentini Robert Locke l Joe Broggi William Jackson Bill Prather Harley Freeman Tom Cleland sherod santos l Craig Bosworth N Coach Roberts 4 Harold Beebe i Sam Rily I i l i l 1 i Edward Walsh Arthur Mayhew Joe Woodruff John Kinsler Kenneth Mahurin John Parducci Ferdinand Fernbach B111 Piather Meno Onomiya James Barson George Parducci Herbert Brown Alvin Tripp Wallace Van Dyke TRACK A TRACK In the first meet of the season, Ukiah, competing against 15 schools at St. Helena, came out with fourth place. In the N. W. L. meet held here at Ukiah Fort Bragg nosed out our team by 2 points. The team managed to come home with nine points from the Davis meet. Lane was usually a consistent first place winner in the broad jump. Fernbach, Woodruff, Weselsky, and Mahurin took firsts in their respective events. Place takers at Davis were: Mahurin C25 in the H. H., Lane C39 in the brad jump, Fernbach 641 in the shot put. The following of Ukiah placed in the N. W. L. meet: 120 H. H., Mahurin CD, Parducci K3Jg 440, Walsh 1413 Pole Vault, Weselsky tied for C13 5 Shot, Fernbach 1193 Discus, Bernhard 633. Ashton C433 High Jump, Woodruff 115, Weselsky tied foil 1435 Broad Jump, Lane flb, Kinsler 135, 220 L. H., Mahurin 115, Weselsky QSJQ Re ay 123. Kenneth Mahurin, in the N. C. S. meet at Berkeley on May 16, broke the H. H. record made by the late Robherd Thomas in 1900, a record which held for 36 years. Mahurin's time was 15:8, 2110 of a second better than the old time. C TRACK Ukiah C tracksters did well for themselves this year. Onomiya, Prather, and Parducci were the outstanding performers of the season. In the N. W. L. meet Ukiah closely trailed Mendocino, who placed first with 36 points. The results of this meet were: Mendocino, 36, Ukiah 2815, Lake- port, 18, Kelseyville, 75 Willits, Sw. George Lane Chester Hill Robert Locke 5 Betty Brazier 1,270 points Isabelle Ashton 1,325 points Marguerite La Bastie 920 points Julia Broggi 1,040 points Joan Smith, Frances Cunningham, Della Pauli, Louise Cunningham, Frances Hill, Betty Brazier, Isabella Ashton Fern Tull, Virginia Mustard, Virginia McGarvey, Olive Hull, Ro-se Albonico, Bula Mae Risley Betty Daut, Helen Roberts, Barbara Moulton, Ruth Lawrence, Julia Broggi, Marga- ret Somerset, Cleo Wade, Adelina Graziano, Edith Wagner, Miss Hollenbeck Dolores Scholl, June Ransdell, Virginia Dal Pozzo, Kazue Onomiya, Marie Wright, Marian Lowrey, Lorraine Mankins, Marguerite LaBastie, Sidney Sanford JUNIORS AND SENIORS The junior teams pro-ved to be the most outstanding of all the classes this year. Winning the speedball, basketball, and hockey interclass games, they met defeat in just one sport, volleyball, to the senior team. Tennis is the only sport in which the girls enter interscho-ol izompetition. This year they were beaten by Fort Bragg, the only school with which they played. GIRLS' SPORTS GIRLS' Sl-JCDHTS SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN The sophomores, perhaps due to larger girls and more athletic experience, have defeated the freshmen in basketball, volleyball, and speedball this year, al- though the freshmen show much promise for excellent teams in future years. The freshmen outplayed the seniors to defeat them at basketball early in the year, and this was the outstanding upset in the World of girls' sports at Ukiah High. Zita Venturi, Erna Moore, Shirley Hooper, Lois Ransdell, Ethel Miller, Levea Grant Bertha Bakker, Beatrice Sotter, Nancy Wilson, Hazel Sanford, Arzelle Dennen, Louisa Hinds, Elsie Giannecchini, Roeley Sargentini, Florence Miller, Ellen Marie Hickey Christine Smith, Irene Sandelin, Carol Kasch, Lorraine Hurley, Virginia Smith, Clara Slocum, Airel Turner, Armicla Mazzotti, Verna Talso, Carol McLeod June Daut, Helen Houdeshell, Dorothy Harp, Shizue Onomlya, Mae Evelyn Romer, Alice Wenglein, Bula Tull, Faye Bishop, Tsuguey Furuye, Ila Fred Laila Ulvila 410 points Elsie Giannecchini 500 points Carol Kasch 175 points Carol McLeod 150 points 'Q SAF EW AY STEIERT, ANDREWS 81 FORD Ford Dealers FOSTER'S 5c-1Oc-15c UKIAH PHARMACY E. L. Chelli D H. O. CLELAND, M. . FREN CH-AMERICAN CL EAN ERS R. A. MILNE, Dentist DAVIS' BROWNBILT SHOE STORE HANSEN STATIONERY UKIAH FARMERS' CLUB Feed, Seeds, and Fertilizer HOME LAUNDRY WEBER BUICK and PONTIAC Sales and Service C. A. BERNHARD CO. DR. J. NEWELL REA Dentist ' B. L. CLELAND UKIAH DAIRY Blue and Gold Ice Cream Products DR. R. D. VVITHROVV, Dentist MAPLE CONFECTIONERY J. c. PENNEY co. DR. P. H. JOSEPH Optometrist KEITH EVERSOLE, Attorney BARKER HARDWARE CO. Stanley W. Watson, Prop. THE WHITE HOUSE REDWOOD JOURNAL "Twice a Week" VEVODA MOTOR SALES UKIAH FARMERS' CLUB Grocery Department REPUBLICAN PRESS UKIAH FARMERS' CLUB Building Materials PARAMOUN T MARKET R. A. ENRIGHT Everything Electrical PIONEER OIL Sz BURNER CO H. I. BEEBE International Trucks BECHTOL HARDWARE CO. DODGE AND PLYMOUTH W. G. COX I-3008 lilil-QS GEORGE DAVID DR. H. E. ALLYN, D. C. MORRIS DRUG CO. Save lVith Safety GEORGE'S BUFFET RUTH MANKIN S BEAUTY SHOP ROMER VISTA DAIRY SMITH Sz MUSTARD Mechanics PALACE BEAUTY SHOP DICK MAZZONI Auto Parts and Accessories PALACE HOTEL GARAGE J. A. WALDTEUFEL Firemen's Fund Insurance RUNKEL ROOFING CO. UKIAH AUTO BODY SHOP Fred Orr and Sam McClellan KOFFEE KUPP AL SANTOS SERVICE STATION ROSE BEAUTY SHOP UKIAH SHEET METAL WORKS MARY'S BEAUTY SALON ROBERTS Sz BOWERS Modern jewelers RAINBOW CAFE LLOYD BITTENBENDER , Building Supplies B. 81 G. GROCERIES MORTY'S The House of Quality GIBSON DRUG CO. CECILLE HOTEL BARBERS Val and Ben CRAWFORD DRUG STORE A. Bnoooi SHOE SHOP , 5' P- MASON LELAND LAWRENCE Shell Products QERVICE STATION PALACE HOTEL DETRICICS STUDIO DR. R. A. CURTN ER, Dentist Best for Less PHILLIPS, WOMEN'S APPAREL I-GODS I Ill-Q5 127711 Nc bmw? y Sbdiffqgagag MI ZZ r vaulaetf ' ZF Q Qwwwlf P123 . 56 A 1 WfVg'i0v E, at Lf' efbos. kg QQ.. Q. M . ,. X 3,,, ,if YMNWY U "-5 fc Wwwxwwwi fm ,, P 9,579 'O SSW tb -391' - " Q ' WMU if 1 , S lx . .p I ' vfbiq gi NA 'B 3 X ' ,SSW ' Cl y L QE x Q fo ffm S 32251, N 0 4 ,. 2 39 Q' iff? 93 1, "bf-'f : . -NQEX5 . 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A feeling of closer fellowship between faculty and students is evident, and seemingly we have learned the meaning of cooperation. S W E go to press, we acknowledge with deep appreciation the assistance of john Kinsler, Dick Davis and Milton Ford in solic- iting Booster Ads, of Barbara Moulton, Herman Holquist, and Gene Rawles in the sales campaign, of Ardis Vassar in the art workg of the journalism class in make up and proof reading, and of Horace Ivey in sports write ups, finances, and in general. - Harley Freeman, Editor L ,N i 5 4 H WN il E 3 1 1 R w x xi . 5 7 K I . , 3 1


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