Ferndale Union High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (Ferndale, CA)
- Class of 1950
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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF
FERNDALE UNION HIGH SCHOOL
FERNDALE . CALIFORNIA
MISS MARY WHITE
To Miss Mary WhiTe, who reTireol lasT year aTTer
Teaching Tor more Than 20 years aT Ferndale High
School, we are proud To cleclicaTe The I95O Toma-
ThroughouT The years she has won The love and
respecT oT her pupils and oT The communiTy. She
always sTrove Tor school beTTermenT and was never
happier Than when Trying To help a sTuclenT solve a
problem in sTenography. Typing, or any oT The oTher
classes she TaughT. Her cheerTulness racliaTecl
ThroughouT The school and was one oT her greaTesT
asseTs. AT TooTbalI or baskeTball games she was The
schools besT rooTer.
We Take This opporTuniTy To show our apprecia-
Tion Tor all she has done Tor The school and once
again say "Thank you, Miss WhiTe."
Sponsored by School Board
FIRST ROW, leff fo righl: Lee Marvel, Rose Giacomini, Gloria Capeder, Floyd Belfiga. SECOND ROW Los F el
Jim Peqolofli, Naomi Marlella, Gene Marks, Mr. R. Jarboe, Bill Shewry, Bob Ure
As is lhe cuslom, lhe slaff has made every eliforl' lo make lhis year's model of The
Tomahawk 'lhe besl' ever. We earneslly hope 'rhal we have achieved some measure of
The improvemenls in lhis year's book were made possible by you lhe sludenls-
by coming 'ro our annual sock hop in 'rhe fall, and by purchasing a copy of lhe book. We
wish fo lhank you. as well as lhe businessmen of our communily, of Eureka, and all olhers
who came 'ro our financial aid.
For a number of years l'he sludenls have voiced a wish for a bigger and beller book
wilh padded covers. bul' lhis always seemed +o be iusl our of reach. Bur lhis year one
goal has been achieved--Padded Covers. We have added pages lo make il biggerg
we do hope lhal lhe qualify is such lo be given a raling of "beHer."
As edilor, l also wish lo 'lhank my wonderful slall and our advisor, Mr. Jarboe. Few
of you know how much lime and efiorl' he has pul in 'frying 'ro make your book a huge
success. l cerlainly hope you appreciale lhis if nolhing else,
Sponsored by Tipple and Davie
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FIRST ROW, leff To righT: Elmo Reidy,
Harry Harbers, Christian Rasmussen.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Page, Henry Gia-
comini, Henry Olesen.
WiTh The coming oT l95O, we have reached The halTway mark in a cenTury ThaT has
seen much acTiviTy, one in which Technological developmenT has Tar ouT-sTripped ThaT
OT any oTher period, if noT ThaT oT all Time: one in which Two desTrucTive wars have
been ToughT and in which scarcely a counTry on The Tace oT The earTh has noT seen armed
sTriTe, eiTher oT exTernal or inTernal origin, a cenTury in which This same Technological
developmenT has surpassed The evoluTion in The minds oT men To conTrol This develop-
menT. Because The TirsT halT has been so TurbulenT, There has been much reTlecTion and
Looking backward, all can see The TuTiliTv oT sTriTe, The wasTe oT resources, and The
wasTe oT liTe. Looking ahead, Two paThs appear-one To desTrucTion, The oTher To peace
on earTh. ReTlecTion also indicaTes ThaT educaTion has paid dividends, ThaT The welfare
oT educaTed naTions Tar surpasses ThaT oT The more illiTeraTe ones, and ThaT educaTed
naTions have in general succeeded in mainTaining inTernal peace.
IT seems TiTTing, ThereTore, Tor each oT us To dedicaTe himselT aT This Time To The
Task oT TurThering educaTion and undvrsTanding ThroughouT The world so ThaT The second
halT oT This cenTury will be as Tull 5 -gocklogical accomplishmenTs as The TirsT halT was
oT Technological developmenT:. 'hose afjcr.mplishmenTs and peace will be reached only
Through The dedicaTion oT our ir Tx dun' nTTnurTs and The supporT we give To such organiza-
Tions as UNESCO, designed T14 dIrecT all TraTTic Toward The paTh oT peace.
- FRANCIS PAGE.
Sponsored by Marcussen's Grocery Store
MISS M. JENNINGS
MISS J. VAN LOO
MR. E. SPINAS
MR. F. GIVINS
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MRS. H. WHITNEY
Spanish I, II
MR. P. PAVLICH
MISS J. LOWRY
MR. W. CRANE
MR. R. JARBOE
English III, IV
U. S. Hisiory
KEN CADY, Presidsnl
This year +he s+uden+s were surprised and glad 'rhal +he Sludenl
Body had become a regular organized group. Meelings were planned
for 'rhe second Wednesday of each monfh, which was an enioyable
change from The s+yle of lasl' year when only a few irregular meelings
The business 'For +he Sfudem' Body meerings 'rhis year has been
devo'red largely +o a voiing on amendmenls lo 'rhe Conslilufion,
which in ilself will prove of considerable value +o fulure classes. Many
problems connecled wiih sfudenf governmeni and school problems
have been discussed by all lhe sludenls and have reached a solulion
Through applicafion of democralic praclices.
The programs planned for 'rhe various assemblies didn'+ worlc ou?
according 'ro plan. A+ presenl wrifing lhe proposed praclice of pro-
viding sludenlr programs for all 'rhe meelings has been Jremporarily
dropped. We all hope for improvemenl in +his field nexl' year.
Also inH'ia'red rhis year was a closer relalionship belween Jrhe
Sludenl Council and 'rhe S+ude-nf Body. The Council mer a few days
before fhe Sfudem' Body meeiing and discussed lhe subiecfs lo be
broughf up al 'rhe meeiing.
These and olher improvemenls made for a smoolh-worlcing govern-
men+ for +he +erm I949-50.
Sponsored by Ferndale Cleaners and Valley Grocery
The council, presided over This year by Ken Cady,
spenT much oT iTs Time in Taking sTeps To improve
assemblies and rallies. The members decided To have
every club and organizaTion in high school give an
assembly during The course of The year, Thereby
creaTing beTTer enTerTainmenT.
Also Taken up by The council were many amend-
menTs To lasT year's new consTiTuTion. Many changes
were necessary, and as a resulT oT The changes
broughT abouT by The council The consTiTuTion is ThaT
much closer To perTecTion.
Those on The council have also had Tun in perform-
ing Their duTies, buT Tor The many consTrucTive Things
They have accomplished we owe Them a voTe oT
The STudenT CourT is sTill relaTively new as an
organizaTion aT Ferndale l-ligh. Being such iT is sTill
suTTering Trom "growing pains"1 There are sTill many
wrinkles To be ironed ouT. The main Trouble seems To
be in geTTing The cooperaTion of all The sTudenTs in
This Thing called sTudenT conTrol. The sysTem sounds
good on paper buT has yeT To be Tully realized in
pracTice. l-lowever, The ideal is worTh working Toward:
we hope ThaT in The TuTure The STudenT CourT will be
one oT The mosT successTul organizaTions in The school.
l-leading The courT in iTs progress This year were
Gene lvlarks and Jack Monson, serving as iudges Tor
The TirsT and second semesTers, respecTively.
Sponsored by Marfin's News Sfund and H. K. Mathes, Jeweler A f
FIRST ROW, leff To righf: C. Lakin, B.
Hull, A. Chrisfen, A. Tarelli, SECOND
ROW: F. Beffiga, L. Worlhingfon, C.
Tirsbeck, L. SalIa'day, R. MarTin. THIRD
ROW: Miss M. Jennings, K. Cady, D.
Brazill, Mr. F. Page.
FIRST ROW, left To righT: A. Capaul,
B. Chandler, L. Chandler, L. Brazil, W.
Page, A. Tarelli, L. Marfin, J. Russ.
SECOND ROW: M. Anderson, C. Tirs-
beck, J. Ambrosini, F. Beifiga, L. Sal-
laday, J. Pedroifi, G. Goff. THIRD
ROW: A. Rocha, B. Lewis, C. Kukuk, G.
Wood, A. Chrisfen, D. Johanson.
FOURTH ROW: J. Pegolofii, E. Sousa,
J. Bugbee, G. Paine, J. Flynn, B. Hull.
FIFTH ROW: B. SeTTerlund, R. Killings-
worfh, D. Hackeii, D. Lowery, J. Mon-
son, G. Marks, Miss M. Jennings.
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RODNEY KILLINGSWORTH JIM ROWLEY
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There are many rhings +ha+ disfinguish 'rhe class of
sludenls gradualing 'rhis spring. First They are leav-
ing high school in +he middle of The cenlury, af a
+ime when +he counfry sums up 50 years of progress
and makes plans for 'rhe nexf half cenfury.
The presenr seniors have been very aclive Through
four years of school, and especially in 'rhe las? +wo.
As juniors +hey slarfed an annual evenf 'ro raise money
for Turure class ac+ivi+ies. Thai boxing show, carried
Sponsored by Handy Shop and Red Front Store
on again 'rhis year, proved +o be quife successful, boih
as a revenue raising venlure, and as enlerlainmenf
and spor+ for +hose par+icipa+ing and 'rhose wa+ching.
The Folk Dance Feslival This spring broughl one of
'rhe largesjr dance crowds in many seasons, and added
+o 'rhe ki'r+y.
The presen+ class has parficipaled widely in plays,
sporls, band. and srudenl' government They will be
greally missed by bofh faculfy and s+uden'rs.
Sponsored by Newell and Lenfz
LELA ANNE WORTHINGTON
Drs. Worthington and Codoni
Donna Simmons Wrighl
Lela Anne Worlhinglon
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being sludenl body pres.
loo many lo menlion
hunling and lrapping
geiling along wilh leachers
in a car
in office wilh Mr. Page
in lhe new car
wilh a girl
enroule lo Forluna
wilh Mr. Jarboe
behind a mike
Bear River woods
al council meelings
wilh an audience
away from school
a bumpy alley
wilh lhe Mr.
lo gel a car fixed
U. S. Presiclenl
old maid l?l
lo finish a leller
lo win a game
gelling him lo lhe eller
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nu, C. Tirsbe
FIRST ROW, left To
righl: L. Giacomini, J.
Kirfley, L. Mariin, A.
Chrislensen, L. Brazil,
B. Chandler, P. Thomp-
son, D. Whellsr, A.
Tarelli. SECOND ROW:
H. Miller, R. Warren,
T. Rayl, M. Wilson, A.
Lakin, A. Chrisfen, L.
Lorenzo, A. Rocha, Mrs.
E. Whilney. THIRD
ROW: D. Salladay, A.
Malhews, M. Hell, M.
Hell, J. Holbrook, B.
Byers, L. Marvel, J.
Pedrolfi. F O U R T H
ROW: R. Millar, B.
Tiller, B. Fulllr, J.
Flynn, E. Erlcksen, J.
Bugbee, E. Cook, B.
This year's sophomores combined all eTiorTs To make Their second year in high school
one OT high acTiviTy and greaT success.
ElecTed To lead Them were Daryl Salladay, presidenT: Lee Marvel, vice-presidenT,
and Barbara Chandler, secreTary-Treasurer.
The annual sophomore highlighT, The Freshman RecepTion, was once more carried
on in grand sTyle excepT ThaT The poor Trosh didn'T Think iT was so grand. LaTer aT a reTurn
parTy The sophomores were given an enioyable nighT OT enTerTainmenT by The Treshmen.
lT This is an indicaTion of Things To come, we Teel sure The Sophomore Class will be
mosT successTul, and iTs advisors, Mrs. WhiTney and "Coach" Givins, can be very proud
Sponsored by Fuller Plumbing and Electric
The freshman class was officially welcomed inio "Dear Ol' " Ferndale High wiih 'rhe
iradiiional Freshman Recepiion. The freshman class oi I949-50 was one of ihe largesi
classes Ferndale High has seen in a number oi years.
Helping iheir class io a succesful year were ihe following olziicersz Presideni, Charles
Wilson: vice-presideni, Leslie Sianleyg and secreiary-ireasurer, Aileen Chrisien.
The iuiure graduaies oi l953 were well represenied in ihe all-around aciiviiies such
as music, sporis, yell leading, and siudeni council.
Sponsored by Ferndale Enterprise
AILEEN CH RISTEN
FIRST ROW, Ief1 Io righf:
J. Russ, E. Jacobsen, 6.
Goff, A. Shewry, D. Ruis, E.
Silva, M. Berilesen, A.
Christen. SECOND ROW:
P. Goble, A. Magonegil,
K. Hough, A. DeCarli, W.
Page, J. Hariley, L. Cop-
pini, A. Capaul. THIRD
ROW: Miss J. Lowrey, J.
Henriksen, R. Mogni, I.
Kairi, D. Henderson, K.
Richardson, M, Miller, M.
Cook, M. Moranda.
FOURTH ROW: O. Booth,
C. Kukuk, C. Lakin, D. Jo-
hanson, J. Regli, I. Vierra,
C. Wilson, B. Hull. FIFTH
ROW: J. Fillipini, K. Ros-
coe, G. Roscoe, L. Sfanley,
W. Boots, L. Anqelini, G.
Wood, Mr. E. Spinas. AB-
SENT: A. Chrisfen, K. Sim-
FiRST ROW, left To rlqhT: C. Rayl, J. Chrlsfen, L. Marvel, K. Cady, G. Marks, B. Sefferlund, H. HamllTon. SECOND
ROW: A. Tarelli, B. Shewry, L. Mogni, R. Flynn, C. Lakin. B. Ure, L. Marfln. THIRD ROW: D. Graham, D. Currier,
G. Paine, C. De Carli, R. Edeline, D. Kirfley, F. Belfiga, L. Salladay. FOURTH ROW: Coach F. Givins, H. Scillacci,
D. Holbrook, J. Monson, L. Guqlielmina, D. Clough, R. Killinqsworfh, D. Brazill.
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Newly organized during This school year, The VarsiTy Club is composed oT all boys
in school who have earned an aThleTic leTTer. The club has assumed The responsibiliTy oT
Tinancing The aThleTic program and is dedicaTed To The mainTenance of high sTandards
ln order To supplemenT The gaTe receipTs and hence provide more Tunds Tor carry-
ing on The many sporTs acTiviTies, The boys underToolc several revenue-producing acTiv-
iTies. These included The prinTing and sale oT TooTball programs, a varsiTy dance, The
sale oT pop and candy aT games and noons, and an auTographed TooTball raTTle aTTer
The ArcaTa game.
The leTTermen purchased movie Tilm, and Through The cooperaTion of Jack Tipple
who Took picTures, made a record oT The Del NorTe and ArcaTa games.
FuTure plans Tor The organizaTion include The purchase oT porTable bleachers Tor TooT-
ball and The esTablishmenT OT a suiTable aThleTic Tield.
Sponsored by Drs. Crane and McKee
FIRST ROW, lei? io
righi: J. Kirfley, L. Feld-
manis, B. Chandler, L.
Brazil, L. Goff, J. Goff,
C. Chrisien. SECOND
ROW: A. Lakin, J. Ka-
tri, F. Winkler, L.
Chandler, M. Kempf, F.
Boyd, A, Chrisfensen, R.
ROW: L. Nunes, G. Ca-
peder, B. Byers, J. Am-
brosini, G. Klingler, L.
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Ier, Mrs. H. Whirney.
FOURTH ROW: F.
Crane, J. Nielson, L.
Salladay, D. Kirlley, R. 10
Edeline, F. Belfiqa, C.
De Carli. FIFTH ROW:
J. Pegoloffi, L. Marvel,
R. Flynn, D. Brazill, S.
Lowrey, D. Clough, D.
I-liqlwligliied by The annual Clirisimas dinner and Pan American Day evenls Irie Los
Aleqros Club liacl a successful year.
Led by Presideni Don Brazil for bolli semeslers, flue club liacl varied acliyilies for
loolli enlerlainmeni and educalional purposes. Made up oi llne sluclenls wlwo have
Iaken one or more years ol Spanish, il provides a wlwolesome exlracurricular aciivily.
FIRST ROW, lei? Io riqlhf: Mr. E. Spinas, J. Russ, R. Warren, R. Edeline, B. Ure, L. Terkelsen, A. Tarelli. SECOND
ROW: F Beffiqa, D. Krrlley, B. SeHurlan'd, F. Crane, D. Currier, B, Shewry. THIRD ROW: K. Cady, D. Hackell, D.
Lowry, S. Lowry, R. Killingsworfh, G. Marks, J. Buqbee.
Sponsored by Bernice Mills Beauty Shop and Raveal's Beauty Shop
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The Girls' League, made up oT all The girls aT Ferndale High, has come Through
i949-50 in a noTeworThy Tashion.
Their main acTiviTy was, oT course, The Sadie Hawlcins Dance, which had a slighTly new
Touch This year. The sTudenTs wiTh Their usual enThusiasm conTribuTed The righT aTrnosphere
Tor The affair by showing a greaT deal oT inTeresT in our TirsT lnow annuall Sadie Hawkins
The girls, always acTive in school aTTairs, enTered inTo many discussions and debaTes
This year regarding school acTiviTies. Among Those noT-yeT-decided argumenTs were
Those having The main Topics oi school sweaTers, awards Tor yell and song leaders.
Five girls, oTTicers in The organizaTion, who had much To do wiTh The success oT The
group were: Pres. Lee WorThingTon, Vice-Pres. Phyllis Farley, Treas. Rosemary ivlarTin,
Sec. Gloria Capeolerp and Song Leader Gayle Klingler.
Sponsored by George E. Becker
Maxine Anderson, Gloria Capeder
ROSE GIACOMINI YELL LEADERS
I948-49 Honor Sweafer Winner Colleen Tirsbeck, Leslie Sfanley, Gayle KI ngle
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A Torrnal iniTiaTion was The colorTul aTTair ThaT sTarTed The
F.l-l.A. year. On This occasion The 'freshmen girls were
received iriTo The club, and The rnoThers oT all The club mem-
bers were enTerTained.
Also on The enTerTainrnenT lisT was The annual F.F.A.-
F.l-T.A, parTy, which was held in The gym This year.
Food sales, selling doughnuTs aT TooTball games and a
dance were The main money-raising acTiviTies Tor The year.
AT The dance Alice Silva, who had been elecTed by The
sTudenTs on a "buy your voTe" basis, ruled '
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FIRST ROW, leff To righT: A. Chrisfen, D. Ruiz, H. Cave, L. Goff, J. Goff
N. Marfella, C. Chrislen, P. Farley, A. Capaul, A. Shewry, L. Giacomini
L. Christen. SECOND ROW: R. Martin, J. Kirfley A Chris!
J. HarTley, L. Friel, L. Coppini A D
Lakin. THIRD RO
, . ensen, R.Giacomini
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Brazil W Pa
. , . Nunes, J. KaTri, A.
, . Anderson, D. Simmons, B. Chandler, L.
, . ge, K. Simmons, P. Goble, E. Jacobsen, J. Henricksen, L.
Feldmanis, A. Magoniqal. FOURTH ROW: D. Henderson, I. Kafri, M. Cook,
M. Miller, G. Capeder, F. Boyd, L. Worfhingfon, S. Ambrosini, P. Thompson,
C. Tirsbeck, C. Cave, D. Wheller. FIFTH ROW: C. Enos, M. Edeli , .
Chandler, M. Enos, M. Moranda, M. Hell, A. Maih , . e
Holbrook, B. Lewis, J. Ambr ' '. '
ews E Losa, M. H lr, J.
osinn SIXTH ROW. G. Klingler, B. Byers, Miss
J. Van Loo.
DeleqaTes To The sTaTe convenTion al Asilimar were Colleen
Tirsbeck and Rose Giacomini, who were accompanied by
Miss Van Loo. Miss Van Loo and Rose Giacomini also aTTended
The regional convenTion aT SanTa Barbara lasT June, aT which
Twelve sTaTes and l-lawaii were represenTed.
The biggesT aTTair oT The year was The annual SecTion I-A
convenTion aT which The Ferndale ChapTer played hosT To all
The oTher chapTers in The counTy.
The girls served aT The annual F.F.A. banqueT, Turnished a
queen Tor The aTTair, Lela Anne WorThingTon, who in Turn
was given a SweeThearT iackeT.
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FUIURE FARMER OFFICERS
FIRST ROW, lefl To righT: P. BoynTon, D. HackeTT, L. Guglielmina, D. Holbrook. SECOND ROW: R. Killingsworlh,
, L. Mogni, J. Christen, Mr. Heinze.
Busy over The enTire year The local chapTer,
headed by L. Guglielmina, pres.: B. SeTTerlund, vice-
pres.g D. l-lolbroolc, sec.: D. l-laclceTT, Treas.7 R. Kill-
ingsworTh, reporTerg L. Mogni, senTinelg P. BoynTon
and J. ChrisTen, FxecuTive Board members: and Mr.
l-leinze, advisor, placed Third in sTaTe F. F. A. chap-
Again This pasT year The chapTer earned lvlasTer
ChapTer raTing and received a cerTiTicaTe oT meriT
Trom The CaliTornia AssociaTion of F. F. A. Too
numerous are The acTiviTies in which The chapTer en-
gaged To enume'aTe all oT Them here. Some oT The
more ouTsTanding acTiviTies have been: esTablishing
oT The l'lumboldT CounTy FuTure Farmer FoundaTion:
conducTing a proiecT Tour: showing aT Tairs and Cow
Palace: sending delegaTes To The sTaTe convenTion aT
San Luis Obispo: sampling and TesTing soils Tor ranch-
ersg parTicipaTing in rodenT conTrol worlcp parTicipaT-
ing in cooperaTive quiz and parliamenTary law con-
TesTsg sponsoring a parenT and son banqueTg sending
L. Guglielmina To NaTional ConvenTion as a chapTer
represenTaTiveg sponsoring Rural School Day: ex-
hibiTing booTh aT CounTy Fair: operaTing sTand aT
CounTy Fairy sponsoring a Barn Dance, eTc. -
M. Berfelsen, dairy proiecf.
Few people realize The amounT oT Tunds needed
To operaTe The local chapTer during a year. Treas. D.
l-laclceTT has given us The Tollowing reporT. From Jan-
uary, I949, To January, l95O, iT cosT The chapTer
Sl868.l5 To operaTe. During This same period
Sl9OI.O3 was received Through chapTer money rais-
The chapTer Ted ouT a sTeer which was Talcen To
Cow Palace in April. This acTiviTy broughT money
inTo The Treasury To help supporT chapTer acTiviTies.
We boughT a popcorn machine and have been using
IT To raise money. The chapTer-owned sprayer and
concreTe mixer have also conTribuTed To The chapTer
Treasury as did The reTreshmenT sTancl aT The Tair.
ln spiTe oT The above menTioned money raising
program The CounTy AssociaTion oT F. F. A. needs
abouT Sl7OO each year To sponsor The Tour F. F. A.
chapTers in l-lumboldT CounTy in sTaTe and naTional
FuTure Farmer acTiviTies. ln an eTTorT To meeT The
expense oT a Tull program oT sTaTe and naTional par-
TicipaTion The l-lumboldT CounTy FuTure Farmer
FoundaTion was creaTed. This organizaTion provides
an opporTuniTy Tor inTeresTed persons, organizaTions.
or businesses To conTribuTe Toward The supporT oT
H7959 5Cl'lVll'l9S- 'Sponsored by Olson Implement
J. Russ, sheep and beef proiecT. D. Holbrook, dairy prolecf
Ericksen and Tiller marking hogs.
Freshman Ag. class eviscerale chickens.
Furlher evisceralion by Freshman class.
K. Roscoe, sheep proiecf.
C. Wilson, dairy proiecl.
Senior Aq. boys dehorninq.
D. Hackell, sheep proiecl.
F. Sweel, sheep proied.
G. Bellenzoli, dairy proiecf.
G. Roscoe, sheep proiecf.
Valley Flower Co-op Creamery
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better go get your monkey wrench." 3. Donna: "My, bu? Uncle Silas will be proud of his prospecfive nephew-in-law,"
4. Rodney: "You won'l' have To walk, l'll carry you," 5. Phyllis: "And whaT's more, you look like a baboon."
6. Rodney: "Not much of a view." Dave: "ThaT depends on The way you look ai if." 7. Florence: "And whaT's your
name?" 8. Bill: "Bring on your poison." 9, Vera: "LeT's fly away into The night" IO. AcTion wifhouf words.
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The year's acTiviTies in The dramaTic Tield goT under way wiTh The presenTaTion oT
The Three-acT comedy, "Believe IT or NOT," clirecTed by lvlr. Jarboe. IT concerned The
Troubles oT a girl who, because her uncle insisTed she marry before she was 22 To inheriT
his money, adverTised Tor a husband.
The leads were Taken by Donna Simmons, Colleen Tirsbeck, Rodney KillingsworTh,
and Bill SeTTerlund. These were ably assisTed by Rose Giacomini, Dave Graham, Vera
Dickson, Jimmie PegoloTTi, Florence Winkler, ArT Tarelli, Marlene Kempf, Joyce Am-
lorosini, Phyllis Farley, and Frank Crane.
The six weeks oT indusTrious pracTice which preceded The play showed iTselT well on
The nighTs oT The play. WiTh The excepTion of Rose, This was The TirsT play experience Tor
all The casT, and much crediT musT be given Them and Mr. Jarboe.
OT Their many high school adyenTures, This is one They will never TorgeT. Now They
know why "The play's The Thing."
Sponsored by Francis B. Mathews, Attorney at Law
FIRST ROW, lefl To righlz Caro-
lyn Chrislen, Gayle Klinqler,
Lela Ann Worfhinglon, Rose
Giacomini, Dave Graham. SEC-
OND ROW: Lois Friel, Phyllis
Farley, Befie Lewis, Bill Shewry,
Ken Cady, Joe Ruiz.
FIRST ROW, lefl To right: Aileen
ChrisTen, Bill Ness, Colleen
Tirsbeck. SECOND ROW: Bill
Seiferlund, Sharon Ambrosini,
Once again iT was a busy spring Tor The drama group. ThaT lasT mad rush To prepare
Tor graduaTion and To compleTe all Those previously undone acTiviTies made rehearsals
Tor The Two plays very diTTiculT.
The TirsT oT The plays was a one-acT aTTair given aT The Play FesTival aT l-lumboldT
STaTe College. "AnTic Spring," The TiTle ol: The piece, made Tor very pleasing enTerTain-
menl' and gave an opporTuniTy Tor some good characTer acTing on The parT oT The six
LaTe in May The senior class Thrilled audiences on Two nighTs wiTh Their producTion
oT "A lvlurder l-las Been Arranged." The play, a real Thriller, lcepT The people spellbound
mosT oT The evening. The success oT The producTion was due largely To The splendid co-
operaTion oT The casT members, who learned Their lines, lisTened To The direcTions, and
who gave excellenT inTerpreTaTions To The characTers creaTed by The auThor.
Al Those who parTicipaTed in drama This year are To be Thanlced Tor Their conTri-
buTion oT Time and eTTorT. lT is hoped ThaT The many hours They spenT in rehearsal will
pay dividends in TuTure liTe acTiviTies.
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FIRST ROW, lefl lo righl: H. Cave, L. Friel, F. De Carli, L. Worfhinglon,
S. Ambrosini, A, Silva, H. Hamilfon, L. Marvel. SECOND ROW: F.
Boyd, C. Cave, P. Thompson, E. Losa, G. Capeder, D. Simmons, R.
Giacomini, K. Cady. THIRD ROW: G. Paine, D. Brazill, J. Buqbee, E.
Sousa, A, Malhews, G. Klingler, C. Tirsbeck, D. Kirfley. FOURTH
ROW: Mr. W. B, Crane, R. Killiingiworfh, S. Lowery, D. Currier, G.
This year lhe Chorus made lour public appearances. Much ol lhe worlc during lhe
lall was in preparalion lor lhe Chrislrnas program. Then came Band Frolic and lhe
schoolroom scene. Three weeks laler lhe Chorus was reaoly wilh some music lo supple-
rnenl a onebacl play, and linally came lhe Music Fesliyal one week laler. ll was a very
busy year for lhe Chorus.
Sponsored by Kenneth Kausen
SHOWN IN PICTURE: A. Silva, R. Edeline, G. Klingler, F, Boyd, H. Cave, C. Cave, E. Losa, N. Marlella, G. Marks,
D. Currier, J. Ruiz, H. Hamilfon, K. Cady, S, Ambrosini, R. Giacomini, Mr. W. B. Crane, G. Paine, S, Lowry,
D. Kirlley, A. Maflhews.
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Under Their new advisor, Miss Joyce Lowry, The CaliTornia Scholarship l:ederaTion
has become very acTive in school aTTairs raTher Than resTing solely on Their laurels as
The TirsT sTudenT-Teacher day was The highIighT oT The year. During The day each
C.S.F. member Took over The Teaching oT The classes he or she desired. The experience
given To Those who wish To become Teachers was very valuable. IT is hoped iT will
become an annual C.S.I:. acTiviTy. LaTer a Trip was Talcen by all members To I-IumboldT
STaTe College To see college IiTe in acTion.
During The year, Tive new members were admiTTecI inTo The club, while Jaclc Nielson,
an ouTsTanding senior sTudenT, was given his liTe membership pin.
The Tomahawlc Tor l95O is pleased To honor wiTh a picTure Those sTudenTs who were
able To mainTain a schoIasTic index oT 2.25 Tor The TirsT semesTer oT The currenT year.
Sponsored by Waddingfon Store
FIRST ROW, lefl To righft L. Brazil,
F. Boyd, M. Kempf, W. Page, R. Gia-
comini, F. Winkler. SECOND ROW:
M. Wilson, L. Salladay, C. DeCarlI,
J. Peqcloffi, J. Rowley. THIRD ROW:
J. Nielson, D. Graham, J. Monson, B.
Hull, D. Salladay, FOURTH ROW: Miss
Joyce Lowe ry.
Salladay, J. Rowley. THIRD ROW: J
Pegololli, C. Tirsbeck, B. Lewis, D
Holbrook, M. Wilson.
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FIRST ROW, lefT To righlr W. Page, L.
Brazil, M. Edeline, F. Boyd, M. Kempf,
F' I F. W' kl . SECOND ROW:
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A. Terilli, C. Enos, E. Losa, B. Hull, D.
One of Ferndale's specfacular plays of The season was a reverse. Here,
in The Del Norre game, Bill Shewry is shown carrying The mail, wifh
Lino Mognl leading The play.
One of The few defensive picTures snapped all year shows several Fern-
dale boys smearing one of The Fishermen from Del Norfe.
During The l949 season aT Ferndale l-ligh, The
WildcaTs were Tabbed by mosT armchair quarTer-
backs To suTTer a winless season. BUT such opinions
were soon disproved as The Torward-pass combina-
Tion oT Lee Marvel-Bill Shewrv be-gan To click wiTh
some consisTency, and as The whole Team developed
a will-To-win spiriT.
Traveling To Healdsburg Tor The season opener, The
Ferndalers were edged by Two second-halT Touch-
downs in an oTherwise evenly played conTesT. ln The
early league games oT The season, The apparenT lack
oT experience came To The surface as Ferndale wenT
down under The aTTacks oT a sTrong Eureka club, and
a noT-so-sTrong Del NorTe eleven.
AT ForTuna, where The cross-river rivals had "one
oT The besT Teams in souThern l-lumboldT hisTory," a
hard-TighTing WildcaT squad held The l-luskies To a
7-O win which was decided on a break-away in The
waning momenTs oT The conTesT.
One oT The TiTle TavoriTes, The ArcaTa High Tigers,
was meT wiTh The year's ma'or prep upseT in which The
Cream CiTy gridders seT Them down I9-7. Traveling
norTh, The WildcaTs chalked up win number Two when
They subdued The powerTul, buT smaller, l-loopa ag-
gregaTion. In The year's Tinale, The WildcaTs held a
powerTul and highly TouTed ForT Bragg Team To a
NoT only was The lvlarvel-Shewry Twosome ouT-
sTanding, buT The enTire Torward wall showed promise
and abiliTy, and Dewey Currier came inTo his own as
a ball carrier and line backer. The line play will pay
oTT in l95O as The maioriTv oT The boys will be back
Tor anoTher season.
One oT The sTandouT TeaTures oT The l949 combina-
Tion was The Tremendous spiriT They displayed. Three
oT iTs members were selecTed Tor posiTions on The
All-CounTy TirsT eleven-Bill Shewry, TirsT Team halT-
back: Lino lvlogni, TirsT Team end: and Gene lviarks.
TirsT Team guard.
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Marvel is being held for no gain on The six-inch line during The Del
Norfe game. On The nexf play he was a bil more successful.
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Shown here in The Eureka game is Bill Shewry who caughf a long pass,
buf didn'f gel far afTer ThaT.
Girsback, who almosr gol away for a Eureka louchdown, is being
stopped here by Shewry, deep in fhe Ferndale secondary.
Lined up ro lake a crack al Rayl are several Eureka Loggers who
are a bit pu? oul because Chuck caught a long pass.
Currier is being nailed afler a short gain during ihe Fortuna game,
Holbrook comes up 'lo help buf is a bi? foo far away, and slightly
Marvel smears Forfuna safely man afler a punl, while Holbrook pufs
his ear fo fhe ground fo delecl' lhe approach of olher Huskies.
Currier in a long gainer durlng lhe Arcafa game, as Marks comes
up to lend a hand.
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Flynn purs a stopper on a would-be gainer by breaking through
and smearing an Arcala back for a five-yard loss.
Currier is shown being fackled in fhe Arcala game after a shorf
gain, as Chrislen enlerlains fhe crowd wilh a few feafures of lhe
Shewry demonslrales his abilily as a broken field runner as he
fhreads his way through would-be Hoopa lacklers.
The boys gef fogether in the Hoopa game lo falk over The funda-
menlals as Marvel picks up a few inches.
Flynn is snapped recovering a For? Bragg fumble, as ofhers look
on wilh considerable inleresf.
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Many oihers look on while Clough seemlngly revuves a For? Bragg player Mognu and Shewry gefhng In poslhon fo fackle For! Bragg man only
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FIRST ROW, IefT To righT: N. Marlin, A. Rocha, H. Scilacci, F. Crane, C. Wilson, A. Tarelli. SECOND ROW: C. Rayl,
B. Ure, D. Brazill, C. Lakin, B. Shewry.
The lighTweiqhTs made a respecTable showing This year as
They Tinished TourTh in The league sTandinq, having won six oT
The Twelve games. ln all The conTesTs The WildcaTs played wiTh
spiriT and deTerminaTion ThaT was never dampened by The
readinq on The scoreboard. Three OT The six losses could easily
have been wins, and were wins up unTil The Tinal n'iinuTesfsome-
Times The Tinal seconds. ln The TirsT meeTinq wiTh The l-loopa
LiqhTweiqhTs, who were undeT'eaTed in leaque play Tor The enTire
season, Ferndale baTTled on even Terms, evenTually Torcinq The
qame inTo an overTime. An early buclceT puT l-loopa ahead,
where They remained unTil The Tinal whisTle. The same was re-
peaTed in The second baTTle wiTh Eureka, who was deTeaTed
in an earlier rneeTinq, An overlirne, played several minuTes
aTTer The conclusion oT The regular game because oT an inTer-
preTaTion oT a rule, Eureka wenT ahead and finished There aTTer
The Three rninuTes. ln The "Big Game" wiTh l:orTuna The Wild-
caTs were ahead rnosT oT The way, and had a cornTorTable lead
in The Tinal quarTer, only To see iT go by The boards and have
l:orTuna caTch up and pass in The lasT Tew seconds.
ln winninq or in losinq The players qain a sTrenqTh oT char,
acTer ThaT will sTand well wiTh Them in The TuTure. The l.iqhT-
weiqhTs sTarTed The season wiTh The ar'nbiTion To wind up on
Top oT The heap. ln winninq halT Their qarnes They advanced
imrneasurably in Those TraiTs oT good sporTsmanship ThaT malre
Tor beTTer adulT liTe.
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l. Brazill grabs in ForTuna game. 3. Lakin inched ou? againsT ArcaTa. 5, Two for Lakin aqainsT Arcafa.
2. Reserves Take over aqainsl Del Noile. 4. Shewry lumps and scores with Arcata, 6, Ure in for one wiTh Eureka,
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FIRST ROW, Iefl lo righl: L. Mognl, R. Flynn, K. Cady, R. Killingsworlh, J. Bugbee, D. Johansen. SECOND ROW:
H. Hamillon, G. Paine, D. Holbrook, L. Guqlielmina, J. Monson, L. Marvel.
Erorn lhe slandpcinl ol qarnes won and losl lhe Eerndale
l-leavyweiqhls rnade a poor showinq in fheir annual race lor
lhe C.I.F, championship. They posled a final mark of four vic-
lories and eiqhl' selbacks. Bur in lhe eyes of The coach, lhe
players, and lhe fans, lheir season was nol all in vain. A lerm
which miqhl lil lheni besl would be Hqianl killers," since lwo
ol lheir wins were a' fhe expense ol delinile lille conlenders.
ln lhe inilial conlesl ol lhe year lhe Wildcals slunned lhe
onlookers by holdinq a 2I-2 halllirne lead over lhe ever-po-
lenfial Eureka Loqqers. lhouqh Eureka came back slronq in
lhe second hall' il was nor enouqh lo calch Thai biq lead, and
Ferndale wenl on lo a 36-25 vicfory. Earlier in lhe eveninq lhe
Limileds had disposed ol lhe Loqqer Liqhls by a final counl
ol 27-I9, lhus recordinq lhe iirsl doubleheader Eerndale had
laken from Eureka since Coach Givins has handled lhe coach-
Perhaps even more arnazinq lo Ferndale fans was lhe upsel
of lhe championship Soulh Fork FNS. possessing a leam lhal'
averaged well over six leer, and one ol 'rhe hiqhesl and mosl
consislenr scorers in lhe C.l.F. league in many years, lhe Cubs
found lhernselves soundly bealen for lheir lirsl loss of lhe year,
and by a club lhey had handled easily in a previous encounler.
Many ol' lhe olher qames were closely conlesled. Wilh many
ol fhe same forces back lo do ballle nexl year we hope lo
lurn many or' lhe near-wins inlo sure-wins.
Sponsored by Peers Motor Sales
I, Klllingsworlh is mangled buf makes lwo against Soulh Fork, 4. Boys folk dance as Flynn makes one againsl Del Norle.
2. Everybody is happy affer bealing Eureka. 5. Ferndale upsels Soulh Fork.
3. Monson for lwo againsl Arcala. 6. Monson sinks wilh Arcala.
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FIRST ROW, leff lo riqhl: D. Currier, G. Paine, B. Shewry, D. Kirfley, H. Hamilfon, G. Wood, L. Marlin. SECOND
ROW: B. Ure, L. Marvel, A. Terilli, J. Monson, H. Scillacci, R. Flynn, B. Ness. THIRD ROW: J. Chrisfen, J. Flynn, M.
Wilson, L. Salladay lmanaqerl, Coach Givins, R. Killingsworlh, B. Selfurland, C. Lakin.
As in previous years lhe early spring season praclices, as well as lhe iirsl' garnes.
were rained oul. The slari oi lhis boolc cannol 'fell whal The coming season will bring.
Lasl year The Wildcals of The diamond came oul on lop in 'rwo games, one played wilh
lhe Eureka Junior High, and lhe olher wilh Soulh Fork. Many of lasl' year's boys are baclc,
a lillle more advanced in lhe arl ol baseball. We hope lheir season was a big success.
Sponsored by Bill's Garage
FIRST ROW, Ief? fo righ'r: C. Rayl, B. Tiller, J. Pedrofii, A. Chrisien, A. Rocha, J. Chrislen, A. Tarelli. SECOND ROW:
L. Marvel, H. Hamilfon, D. Brazil, G. Paine, D. Kirlley. THIRD ROW: D. Hackeli, D. Holbrook, J. Monson, R. Killings-
worfh, K. Cady. FOURTH ROW: H. Scillacci, G. Belfenzoli, R. Flynn, D. Currier, L. Mogni.
ln I949 Ferndale did very well in Iraclc, Ialcing lirsis in many evenls in Ihe counly
me-el. The boys slarled oil wilh a bang, winning Ihe A division ol a Irianqular meel wilh
Forluna, and Forl Bragg. As a resuli we were favored Io cop Ihe counly meel. Allhough
we look several places in 'rhe lviay rneel we fell shorl ol coming off wilh hiqhesl honors.
This year we expecl much from Ihe boys, wilh a possible record in Ihe hurdles.
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I. Capeder a step ahead in 880. 4. Payne clears 5 feel.
2. Rayl finishes oul in front in fhe hurdles. 5. Mogni leads in first lap.
3, Cady baffles for place in hurdles. 6. Scilacci breaks Iape far oul in fronl.
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FIRST ROW, leff lo righf: Rodney Edeline, Florence Winkler, Colleen Tirsbeck, Gayle Klingler, Marilyn Edeline, Floyd
Beffiga. SECOND ROW: Bill Shewry, Dewey Currier, Sanford Lowry, Dan Lowry, Bob Ure.
ln recenl years Ferndale's record on The 'rennis courl has noi
been one worihy of wide publicaiion. Wilh lhe varieiy oi
acliviiies cominq in fhe sprinq of The year lhere aren'l enouqh
individuals who can spend enouqh iime on lhe qarne io qain
any slcill. However, much is lo be qained ihrouqh parlicipalion
wifh oiher schools, We hope ihal fhe wealher man will bless
us wifh good weaiher in fuiure years, and ihai providence
will find 'lor us ihe means of qeiiinq more siudenfs so ihai
rennis will become a maior spori on our calendar.
The fall sporl for lhe girls was carried oil in grand slyle ihis
year, 'ro lhe iune of several broken anlcles. Neveriheless, all
injuries susfained, lhe qals were able lo complele lhe season
and deiermine lhe winner. Aller several holly conlesled
malches, 'rhe ieam, led by Lela Anne, was able fo emerqe
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LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Feldrnanis, M. Edeline, J. Ambrosini, L. Worfhingfon, M. Kempf, F. Winkler.
FIRST ROW, Iefi 'ro righf: C. Tirsbeck, M. Heli, L. Goff, M. Moranda, A. DeCarIi. SECOND ROW: H. Cave, J. Kiri-
Iey, R. Mogni, J. Kairi. THIRD ROW: L. Coppini.
Na+ all Ihe Ihrills and spills resulling from noon games of baskelball were conlribufed
by Ihe boys Ihis year. On many occasions Ihe gymnasium was well filled by many who
came Io walch Ihe girls play off Iheir malches. Afler several games, in which floor burns
were a dime a dozen, Ihe Ieam, ably lead by Lorraine, came home The vicror.
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wi+hou'r whose supporl +his book would noi have been possible.
Tipple and Davie
lvlarcussen's Grocery Slore
lv1arlin's News Sland
H. K. lvlafhes. Jeweler
The Handy Shop
Red From' Slore
Newell and Leniz
Drs. Wor+hing+on and Codoni
Canclini's Shoe S'rore
Wes+ern's Family Shoe Slore
Fuller Plumbing and Elec+ric
Drs. Crane and McKee
Bernice Mills' Beauly Shop
Raveal's Beauly Shop
Pholfo Specially Shop llfurekal
Ferndale Meal' Marker
George E. Becker
H. E. Giacomini-Cal-Farm Ins. Agenl
Dedini Radio and Appliance Shop
Valley Flower Co-op Creamery
Golden S'ra're L+d.
Blackburn and Nielsen
Francis B. lvlalhews, Alforney a'r Law
Guy and lvlads
Ber1'ain's Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Mickie and Charley
Drs. Deflefsen and Roberrs
Pe+ersen's Chevrolel' Co.
Cook's Varie1'y Slore
Ferndale Elecfric Shop
Forluna Conslrucfion Co.
Peers Molor Sales
Ray L. Alberl and Sons'
Doc's Barber Shop
Howard Larsen Dodge Service
Robins Signal Service
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