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, Bill Williams
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.
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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.
Marguerite LaBastie V
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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
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.
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