St Helena High School - Silverado Yearbook (St Helena, CA)
- Class of 1936
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1936 volume:
Students or Sf rieleno High School
.l?-...- St. Hcleno, California, June iO, 1936
would be the d1PlOl1'2lf1C 11 not the honest thmg to sax that I have en
Joved my five years 111 St Helena to say that I have emox ed them more than
any other hve years of mv teachlnq hfe
For once at least I can coml me dtplomacy and honestx lon the past hu tears
IU St Helena have truly becn mx most placld and happx years
I have often remarked and I now repeat, that the students of St I-Ielena have
been most land to me, and 1f I hate enjoxed any measure of success lf has been
because of Illell' hearty cooperatton and because of the cooperatmn of mx staff, whos
lox al support has meant everx thmg to me After all, if the students are xx ell behax ed
an the staff efhment th rt 15 lut httlt It ft for th p"lI1C1p'll to do I hopt I hav
done that httle well
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GEORGE FANNING CREARY
It was rn 19:7 that George Fannrng Creary became prrncrpal of Sr Helena
Unron Hrgh School At the end of this sch ol year he rs leavrng to assume the
responslble positron of hrgh school prrncrpal and crty sup rrntenclent of schoo s
at Antroch We regret hrs gorng but we cant help but aclcnowfleclgt the fact that
he rs gorng to a brgger job
St Helenas prrncrpal has alwavs been pr gressrxe xet he hasnt be n radrca
rn hrs rdeas Student g vernrnent has developed rnto w hat rt rs largely through th
effort of Mr Creary St Helena rnav well be proud ot the ultra modern method
rn whrch the school actrvrtres are conducted Because of hrs broadmrndeclntss and
partralrtv for athletrcs, th school has turned out hvt teams Yet never durrng hrs
fave y ars as prrncrpal, has he allowed athletrcs to bt overemphasrzed Tlrt schfl
astrc currrculum came Hrst and atlaletrcs second Due to hrs school sprrrt and pep
he urged students to attend games and called specral rallres from trme to trnat
but Il'11S WHS DOI done at fl'1C CXIDCHSS of SCl'1Ol3SIlC CH:lClEI'1Cy l..3.I'gElV through Nl
of the most rmportant actrvrtres rn the school The rnnox atron ol the vear was th
publrshrng of a darly school paper He worlced hard wrth Mr Nlattson and
the journalrsm class to put rt over Wforlc work, worn, always somethrnw ntw
somethrng drlferent somethrng for the betterment of the school That rs our prrncvpal
George Creary has be n a great ard to St Helena Hrgla and he wrll be mrssed
by townspeople and students alrlce He was actrve tn the crvrc affarrs of the cc nr
munrtv and was a publrc sprrrted crtrzen Yes St Helena wrll be sorrowful th
dav George F as he was fanarlrarly spoken of bv the students l avrs St Heltna
We wrll not say goodbye Mr Treaty, but tm ruorr and the b st of luclx rn x Ur
new venture We wrll never forget vou, and we hop xou wrll never forvft xou
frrends rn St Helena
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EDITOR S NOTE
1936 at S H H S The year of 36 was one of act1v1ty and achlevement
In athlet1cs lf was a boom year The football team as1de from showtng the team
work that wms games had that quahty of r al champions good sportsmanshlp
The B basketball team came through to take the league champ1onsh1p after a
close shave Th1s team was an uncertam quanttty but ID the dec1d1ng game If showed
that the B team had what If took to go over the top
Th1s year the Far Darter was publ1shed aga1n after a lapse of 7 years The stu
dents showed excellent support for more than 90 per cent of the Stud nt Body
The most 1nterest1ng ach1evement of th1s year was the lnauguratton of a da1ly
school pap r The paper was well organ1zed and 1ts news was real news not yester
days gosstp Numerous schools far larger than S H H S publ1sh only weekly
dally paper We are proud of our paper The Dazly Szlverado and we th1nk our
ed1tor and h1s staff are tops
A feature of the paper was the pt1nt1ng of the name of the student w1th htghest
standlng tn each class for each week Th1s led to a competxttve sp1r1t among th
students It has done a great deal to promote scholarsh1p Edlth Gaylord and
Elwood McCabe were awarded scholarshrps by the U C Alumnae assoc1at1on and
the Un1vers1ty of Calxfornxa has g1ven the school a htgh ratlng
In all th1s year was one of successful achtevement tn Journahsm athlet1cs
dramat1cs and scholarsh1p Good sportsmanshxp and good fellowshlp were pre
dom1nant throughout the year As t1me passes fleetly on I thmk w shall hold the
friends we made at school as the best we shall ever know We w1ll always rememb r
36 as the finest and happlest of our school years
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LEVEPLY QW EET
I Zack Anderson w1ll my ab1l1ty to get by cuttmg class s to Smrtty and mx
pull wlth M1ss Lull to Gerald Boshoff
I Marre Barberr mll my tenn1s prowess to whoever wants rt my red bows to
Ray Marshall and my ablllty to srng Wahoo to Mule Magrt
I Clarence Barry w1ll my three wh1slcers to the beardless Sophomor s mv
Studebaker to Mr Mattson and my abrlxty to smash test tubes and pupp t heads
to Ramona Palmer
I Bob Bergendorff wxll my Appolohlce appearanc to soctety my abxllty to
raise cam ln Engltsh to B111 Pattml and my high jumplng slclll to Paul Engell
I Mxlce Bertolucct w1ll my dynamrc speaklng personalxty to Pete Nagel my
slowest motron btg s1x to the future yell leader and my banjo yes to Dwtght
I Roy Chavez w1ll my great love for Frances Wagrmer a faded and much
lClSS6d plcture of her and last but not least a lock of her haxr all to the Fresh
I Andr w Del Bondto wrll my fightmg prowess to Charles Aquxstapace my
way wlth glrls to Rohert Thomas and my man sxz d VOICC to Kenneth Taplln
I Rma Della Maggrora w1ll my dancrng to Lols Schnexder my attractron for
the opposlte sex to Paulme Alexander and my bolsterous p p at games to Mrss Lull
fectron for a certaln dark complextoned g1rl to Sherwo d Cormsh
I Vlfgll Galleron w1ll my curly shrny black loclcs to Warren Young and my
fast wanmg hold on Mary ane to Lrttle Bluebeard
I Edlth Gaylord Wlll my lady lrlce reserve to Mary ane my ease Wlfh French
to Margaret Mercter and my pull wrth Mxss Voorhees to I-Ielen Mae
I Attrllo Ghrrengheh w1ll my ponderous glrth to Dallas Heldberg my F1 rce
blaclc beard to some poor asplrmg freshman and my slcrll at puntmg to Bob Gallton
I Vrrgtnra Gooden w1ll my experrence lll holding many boy frlends to Barbara
Booth my slenderness to Helen Ma rtens and my llsp to Grant Calrns
I Nelson Granzella w1ll my suave personal1ty to Matt Zoph and my yen for
notoriety to Leroy Hollls
I Helen Mae Hanrahan w1ll my experience as a sob SISI r to Stella Gallr my
fondest affectton to Mr Mattson and my burning passron for Elwood McCabe to
I Dorothy I-Ioprnan wxll my ever present smrle to Rose Gtolettr and my p aches
and cream complexion and my sure fire reducmg dtet to Betty Stoclcw ll
I Dorothy Hurd w1ll my volley ball Skill to Rose ODonnell and my Ama
zonlan physrque to Rma Cont1n1
I MacDonald will my knowledge of polxtrcal tactlcs and the one remammg
fragment of my once glotlous campalgn platform to the future presxdent and the
low down on my consplracy wxth Mr Creary to the Student Body
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I Adolph Magrl w1ll my abllxty to keep on the good s1d of Mr Crearv and
my ab1l1tx to keep the bllls pald and the books straxght to the mcommg treasurer
I Melun Marshall w1ll my ablllty to run the 880 to my brother Llttle Blue
beard and my deep aff ctxon for Nxck to Marshall S ars provided Galleron
I Elwood McCabe w1ll my hery top knot and my prowess on the trumpet to
Carl I-'lllker and my famous mlle long speeches to any freshman wlth a l1 yars mind
I Maryorxe McM1llen w1ll We Wxllle and my qulck temper to Dorothy Young
I Alfred Perazzo w1ll my ab1l1ry to get xnsects ln my eyes wh1le runnlng to Don
C0551 and my marvelous performance n the Alto to Ed MacDonald
I Olga Perazzo w1ll my flgure to Alma Sculattx and my 1ntense knowledge of
U S H1story to ack Nagel
I Rose Pogg1 x lll my ab1l1ty to keep my mouth shut at the proper IIITNZ and
my l1st of good lookmg saxlors to Marg ret Mercler
I Mary Reb1ch w1ll my four palrs of tenn1s shoes to NIISS Hahman and mx
Slnglllg talent to St lla Galll
I I-Ienry Rutherford w1ll my very fine op1n1on of myself to Douglas I-Iobson
and my stubbornness to Eddle Beroldo
I Ida San B1ago w1ll my dxgnlty to Mr Debely and the knack of bemg popular
1n a crowded bus to Madelme Alexander
I Elmer Sard 111 w1ll my secret method of burnmg out lathe bearings to Mr
Rannells and mv endurance on the same m1ch1ne to Ben Mattxuzzx
I Andrew S1gnorell1 will my fame as a he man wxth a harry chest and my
reputatlon as a lady k1ller to Donald Chant
I Rae Stand1ford w1ll mv pretend d a1r of mjured rnnocence to Fay K1dd
and my endurance rn a squeakmg rockmg chalr to Florence Gar1bald1
I Earl Stetson w1ll my hatred for the gals to Laurle Wood and my fame and
sklll as edrtor of the orxgmal publlcatxon The abber to Albert POHII
I B verly Street w1ll my twenty seven dogs all rabld of various slzes breeds
and colors to M155 Sugars
I Vffally Tw1chell w1ll my Ford to Mr Creary my ab1l1ty to use l:1g words
to oe De Lazzer and my gestures to Russell Small
I Francls Wagner w1ll mv abllxty to wear snappy clothes to Lorrame Keller
my weed llke height to Rev Standxford and my coldest shoulder to Roy Chavez
I John WHISOII w1ll my S ar to Mandy my strength to Mr Woodworth and
my abxllty to get my way to Mr Sandborn
I Ethel Zumwalt w1ll ohn Watson to whoever wants lnm wrth the CXCBPIIOH of
p ge filter
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The class of 36 held IIS first meetmg durlng the fall of th year 1932 We had
as our advlser Miss Sab1na Morosolx Durmg the beglnnmg of our h1gh school
careers all of us were a l1ttle slow 1n talclng an act1ve part 1n Student Body matters
bemg more or less afra1d of th upper classmen however our fears were soon
abandoned and we qulclcly fell ln step wlth the rest of the school Our chlef soclal
event of the first year was the Freshmen Return whlch was gxv n to the school
an appreclatlon of the delxghtful Freshmen Receptlon The Freshmen Return was
a masquerade and was really one of the outstandmg socxal functlons of the year
Our athletlc abllxty was recognlzed durmg the sprmg when we made a splendld
showlng ln the lnterclass traclc meet
Our Sophomore year was comparatwely calm However we drd have at th
helm of our class a very capable and energetlc presldent Adolph Magrx All
through the year we showed a gr at deal of class and school sp1r1t The Sophomore
Hop was our major soclal event of the year and turned out to be qulte successful
At the first annual school p1cn1c durlng our Sophomore year we agaln showed our
prowess ln athletlcs by comlng ln a close second loslng to the mxghty umors
Ar the end of our Sophomore year we were left wlthout an advlser due to the
fact that Mlss Morosolx res1gned her pos1t1on from the faculty of the St Hel na
Hlgh School We 1mmed1ately elected Mr aclc Rannells a very capable person
respect d by the ent1re class He held th1s pos1t1on throughout the remalnder of
our hrgh school days
Durlng our unlor year we recognlzed the rmportance of bemg upper classmen
Many of us held responslble Student Body posrtlons and reallzed that the Stud nt
Body government really rested upon the shoulders of the Senlors and umors
However our ch1 fproblem of the year was the flnancmg of the un1or Prom After
a great deal of worry the members of the class flnallv scraped enough money together
and held quxte an elaborate ball for the departlng Senlors Towards the be
gmnmg of the second semester many un1ors could be seen proudly dlsplaymg
recently bought class rmgs whlch proved to be the nvy of the ent1re school I
athletxcs we were champrons wmnxng both the mterclass track meet and the con
tests held at the school p1cn1c
Senlors at last' We had finally reached the last step of our happlest days 1n hlgh
school career True we had our happlest days xn hrgh school durrng th1s year but
wlth xt we had our small troubles We were most actrve durlng our senlor year
takmg part IH practrcally all affalrs and settmg an example mor or less for th
rest of the school In Aprxl we were g1ven a dehghtful ball the Jumor Prom by
the class of J7 The Senlor Sneak proved to be a blg day the party havmg
gone to Ho Bergs where everyone enjoyed hrs share of swlmmxng dancmg
and a great many other actlvltles Our last and most successful soclal event of our
four years was the Senlor Ball It was financed by the profits from the sale of candy
every noon throughout our senlor year The ball 1tself was qulte an elaborate affalr and
can truthfully be sand to be one of the finest ever had for several years In athletlcs
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we were qulte succ ssful Vfllllllllg the mterclass traclc meet and contests l1eld at the
school DICIIIC However we were detmted bt the S I-lele111 All Smrs 1n football
1fter 1 sple11Cl1dl1 fought game
Throughout our four years ofl 1 lm school XR as a class tool 1 xery act1ve part 111
Student Body act111t1es and 1lT11rs XXHICIILKLI' If 111s our turn to e11terta1n the
Stu ent Body we d1d s promp It 1 1th tl1e he t of our ah1l1ty Vve as 1 cl1ss were
also noted for our SCllOlE15I1C sta11d1nG 'md many gatned renown Ill athleucs XVe also
Qamed d1st1nct1on from our capable leaders both 1n class and Student Body Through
out our tour years me had leaders wht were nergeuc and capable and durtng ou
sen1or y ar those talcmg part 111 Student B dt ofhces proved to ln most 61'1fl1US1
HSCIC and efhc1ent
Fall fall thou ghtterlng star
Everyone wonders where you are
Up 1n the heat C115 ye ghtter so fzvr
Thou fallest toward earth,
But strll lf s left hare
We 1mag1ne your beauty, so perfect and r1rc,
But we never can touch you for you re never here
You malce a bmght hghr 1yh1ch PICFCCS the a1r
You may l11t the earth but we never know where
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We the Class of 37 a decldely small and qulet group, entered hlgh school
durlng the fall of 1933 As Freshmen we possess d a certam Splflf that was ever
present amongst us whlch has made us an outstandmg group ln the eyes of the
other classes Our first soclal event arrlved when we gathered upon the football
turf one noon hour durmg September to r1d the Held from large and damagmg
rocks In thls way we not only lmproved the turf but expr ssed our gratltude to the
faculty and the oth r classes However, we were amply rewarded through the
generosxty of our adviser Mlss Lull, who s rved us large quantltles of xce cream
Durmg the latter part of November we ran true to form and gave a Freshman
Return Durmg May the first Annual School P1cn1c was staged and turned out to
be an affa1r 1n whrch all of us played a consplcuous part Sp clal mentxon mrght
be glven to the wonderful dramatrzatlon of The Merchant of Venlce that we
put on Thxs Shakespearean productxon was a tremendous success and was not
only p rformed for the benefit of the Student Body but for several outs1de organ
xzatxons as well
Our Sophomore year was qulte calm VVe had no Sophomore Hop due to the
fact that the coffers of our treasury were extremely low I-Iowev r we drd play a
most actlve part 1n the several school functions and socxal ev nts Our dramatlc
abxlxty was once agam exhlblt d durlng our Sophomore year when we presented
a colossal puppet presentatlon, under the dxrectlon of Mrss Kelley, out English teacher
During thus last year we achieved the rank of umors and finally reallz cl the
responslbxllty and lmportance that is due upper classmen The problem of most con
cern to us this year was the financmg of a unlor Prom Thls problem was Hnally
solv d by means of a number of candy sales The unlor Prom was glven on the
'I' I ': H. Lull. XY, Young. L. C 1 's. IJ. Vussi. IC. M: g 'i. V, Hill V. S, Y mqmun. XV, P1 tini,
SH ': . M11-Mins. I,. limit. ,X. Nh-lmlfls. I-', tlzarilmlwli. Al. Znfi. IC, Nu 'uma li, 'n ng,
Thirll Row: li, I':nlmw1'. l,, Iml Pm-tu. H, tliolvlti. S. llulli. l'. All-xam-I4-1', ll. .lvnningS. M. Nagy,
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18th of Apr1l and came off 1n hne style The hall tx as art1st1cally decora ed 1n blue
and gold the colors of the Class of 36 and proved that we un1ors were qu1te
slctlled IH the art of decoratmg The Prom 1tself was qu1t formal mth Mareguards
Orchestra of Vallejo furmshxng d1v1ne mus1c Refreshments were s r ed through ut
the evenlng and ev ryone had a most dehghtful t1me
Throughout our h1gh school careers thus far the present 1un1or class has net er
fa1led mn an obl1gat1on to the school has always g1ven Student Body entertamments
when called upon and has always cheerfully helped 1n soclal and execut1ve act1v1t1es
As a class we were comparatxvely small and so contr1buted but very few athletes to
the var1ous athlet1c contests but after all orams are more xmportant than brawn
Upon the Semors d parture th1s year we feel quxte conhdent that we w11l be able
A SENIORS SECRET
OR ALL THAT GLISTERS IS NOT GOLD
Th1s annual w1th honeyed phrases
Tuumphantly has sung the pra1ses
Of our h1gh school s more pleasant phases
Suppose we chuclced what we ve been taught
And d1dn t say the thlngs we ought
But put down what we really thought
That we th1nlc Enghsh IS the bunlc
MISS Lull s ten polnters have us sunlc
And as for chem we ll no doubt flunlc
About the dances that were Hops
As well as those that were the tops
And how the homework never stops
Wh1le Monday 15 a day that s hated
Three thtrtx Frlday 15 awa1ted
And une the twelfth s ant1c1pated
But though Ive sounded very peeved
I hope that you won t b decelved
Ar leavmg T am really gr1eved
THE GARRULOUS GRADUATF
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to assume the leadership of the school. RAMONA PALMER.
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THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 38
We the Class of 38 first assembled durlng the fall semester of 1934 At thxs
t1me we elected our class officers and also chose as our advrser, Mr Nemo Debely
Our first few days 111 h1gh school were ones 1n wh1ch we f It ent1rely lost However, as
we gradually 1ncreased our acquamtances w1th students from other classes we
developed 1nto oulte a llvely group and one that has grown to be very act1ve We
were formally welcomed to this hxgh school 3mldSt a great deal of lclndness and
frlendllness at the Freshman Receptxon whlch was gxven us by the rest of the
school A few weeks later we held our first social functlon the Freshman Return
Thls affalr was qulte successful and those attendlng had a most enjoyable evenmg
A great many freshmen boys went out for the var1ous athletlc teams durmg thelr
flrst year and smce then have ga1ned renown ln thelr respectlve sports I mlght also
add that we as a class were qulte aCt1V6 m all Student Body affa1rs durmg our
Our Sophomore year was very quxet We had no soclal functlons of our own,
due to our flnanclal status, but we asslsted ch Student Body 1n every possxble way
Throughout the entlre year, we gave varxous Student Body entertamments, lnclud
1ng a few dramatlc product1ons, all of whlch were successes 1n ch 1r own l1ttle way
We again galned hlgh honors ln athletlcs and had a goodly number of repres ntatxves
on every athletlc squad
The Class of 38, ln 1ts two years of hugh school llfe, has fulfilled m every
posslble way each requlrement aslced of If We all hope to contmue to do as well
m our next two years, not only for ourselves, but for the ben Hr of the school as
well The entlre class wlshes to thank our advlser, Mr Debely, for all the tlme
he has glven us and also for h1s good common sense I-le has been a fine advlser
and we all hope that he w1ll contmue h1s good work wxth us LAURIL WOOD
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WHOS WHO AND WHATS WHAT IN THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Out of the forty two Freshmen IU our class only n1ne have been together srnce
lcmdergarten Th se are Dallas Heldberg, L IS Schnelder, Margaret Merc'er
Olga Della Magglora, Rena COHIIDI Albert Baldoccln, Harold Smrth, Marshall
Sears, and Robert Thorsen They are the n1ne who were the foundatlon of our
growmg and promlsnng class By the thrrd year ten new nam s were added to th
nrne They were AllCC Eymard Alma Sculattx, Marle MRIIIUZZI, Nellre Salvestrm
Charles Varozza, Edward Beroldo Harry lVI1lan1, oe Baranztnl, Kenneth Taplm
Paul Englx In the fourth grade only Nlathras Lopht and Lorame K ller yoxned
the class By the srxth year Aldo Mlchelh Donald Cha1x, George Rutherford, and
ack Proaps made the number r1se to twenty Hve Irene Regello Mona Bouquet,
Ardrth Great, Ed MacDonald Leroy Hollts, and Bobby Thomas added then
names to the class roll when the Class of 39 was ln the seventh year of grammar
school Fae Krdd, who went round and round and round for a wh1le, and hnally
came out here, made the seventh stud nt to enter the class rn IES seventh year Only
three more came durmg the erghth year Th y were Betty S oclcwell, Nadm
Holmes, and Douglas Hobson Frve more students added the1r names to tht
class roll brmgmg the number up to forty Those live students were members of
the graduatmg class s of the varlous rural schools rn the St Helena Hlgh School
DISEFICI They were Lena Brovelh Loure Brovelll, Marre ODonnell, Vrrgrnla
Martin, and Bob Gallron Byron Heclcard, and Chester Stoeltmg dxdnt jom
the class untll the thxrd quarter of thls y ar
On Frrday September 13 1935, the class ofhcers were nommated It was thc
first reun1on of the St Helena Grammar School graduatmg class and all the mem
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b rs were anxlous to start on thelr new venture On September 75 the result of
the electlon was announced The ofhcers elect were Pr s1dent Della Magglora
XICB Presxdent Marshall Sears Secretary Lors Schne1d r Treasurer Lena Bro
velh On the twenty thlrd of February the ofhcers for the last semes r were elected
Bob Galllon won the presldency and Olga Della Magg1ora took over the socxal
dutles b mg elected v1ce pres1dent Marle O Donnell took over the clerlcal dunes
be1ng elected secretary whtle Lena Brovelll was the onlv 1ncumbent ofhcer to retam
the same ofhce bemg reelected to the treasurershxp The class also chose a yell
leader Dallas Heldberg who helped to keep the meetmgs as lxvely as possllle The
Freshmen r-epresentatlves on the Rally Commtttee for the hrst semester were
Dallas Heldberg and Aldo Mlchellr and for the last semester Lena Brovelll and
All the ofhcers have done all they can to keep up the hxgh standards our advlser
hopes wlll lead us to a good future and thus make ourselves worthy of our colors
GREEN AND WHITE By Vzce Preszdenl OLGA DELLA MAGGIORA
TH E FACU LTY
Mrss Lull may tell us how they us how they
d1d tt 1n good old New England
And Mr Debely says It s just
some of those thlngs now the band
Mr Creary wrll tell of the thmgs
h1s granddaddy d1d rn the Crvrl War
And Mr Mattson w1ll brag on and on
about h1s wonderful car
Mr Sanborn wlll preach da1ly about
the ev1ls of chewxng gum
And Mtss Voorhees w1ll shout ln fun
Get to work you lazy bum
Whrle Mxss Sugars says over and over
u1et g1rls quret please
Mxss Hahman states You wlll play baseball
agatn today and no Oh gee s
Mr Rannells says The name IS Rannells
And do you want plam personal cards
or those with panels?
But we love them all and wxll mlss
them when we leave
And some day we hope that the1r htgh
standards we can aclneve
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EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS
Clar nce Barry
Olga Della Maggxora
Rma Della Magg1ora
The Executxve Board IS composed of the ofhcers of the Student Body the PFCSI
dents of the four classes, and several members of the Faculty The Board has the
authorlty to pass the laws whlch gov rn the students Any student, fa1l1ng to respect
the laws, IS brought before the Executlve Board to be trled If found gu1lty he IS
then gxven the proper sentence Thls Ex cutlve Councll also has control over
money that IS spent by the Student Body and by the classes
These two dUf19S make the Executlve Board the most powerful student com
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Edztor rn Clnef Zack Anderson
Lxterary Edrtor Elwood McCabe
Class Edzlor Ollver Elsan
Act1v1t1es Edzlor Frances Wagner
Sports Edzlor Clarence Barry
Feature Edltor Edlth Gaylord
Adwser MISS Hahman
Untll th1s year, the students of St Helena I-hgh School had not publxshed an
annual for seven years Th1s year agttauon for an annual was start d and most
students favored the 1dea The Executtve Board and Mr Creary after much
dellberatxon consented to let th sponsors go ahead with thexr plan By the tlme .1
dehnlte dec1s1on had been reached, tune left for Wflflflg the yearbook was very short
Several dxfhcultxes arose No student had ever work d on an annual before and the
matter of financing the annual was a major obstacle In spxte of these dtfhcultles,
through the efforts ofthe staff and Mtss Hahman, the Far Darter w nt to press May 5
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Followlng 15 the staff of the Dazly Szlverado
Edztor Elwood McCabe
Boys Sports Edztor Henry Rutherford
Gzrls Sports Edxtor Dorls Stetson
Art Edztor Edrrh Gaylord
Reporters Mlke Bertoluccl Freda Brehm
Donald Cossl Ramona Palmer I-Ielenmae Hanrahan Fern Critchley oe MacDonald
Meclvanzcs Attxho Ghmnghellx Andrew Slgnorelh
Typzxts ohn Watson Dorothy Hopman
Adwyor Erwm Mattson
Unt1l the m1ddle of th1s year the ournal1sm classes of St Helena I-hgh had
only prmted weekly pap rs One the School and Campus appeared on one of the
mner pages of the St Helena Star About five years ago the class when under the
dlrectxon of Mr Sandborn prlnted the Szlverado Leaves It was an elght page
pubhcatlon prmted wlth the Commerclal Department s mlmeograph machxne and
was Issued every other week
After Chrlstmas of this year, the ournalxsm Class undertook a bigger enter
prnse forelgn to all but a very few hrgh schools On anuary 21 the first of a series
of dally papers was xssued The paper wrltten and publ1shed by the members of
the Journalxsm Class w1th the asslstanc and dxrectlon of Mr Mattson the advxser,
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and Mr Creary the pr1nc1pal and edlted by Elwood McCabe was a one page
pLll3l1CaI1OIl called the Szluerado The news was prmted 1n two columns on mne
by twelxe paper Two days aft r the first ed1t1on was publlshed two paves were
prmted On that day the Student Body electlon was featured and hand sketches of
both presldentxal candldates appeared on the front pages Th slcetchlng was done
bv Edtth Gaylord and although she was not a member of the class her cartoon
appeared regularly She was appoxnted art edltor As the buddmg JOLlI'I13llSIS
b came more used to the asstgnments faclng them two page edxtlons became more
and more common
In the mtddle of April the style of the paper was changed and four small pages
were prmted lnstead of two large sheets Thls tmproved the appearanc of the
paper and made It look more llke the standard metropohtan Journals The Stu
dent Body cooperated wxth the Board of Trustees 1n financing thls project u1te a
furor was raxsed around the campus when a VOICE of the Campus column was
added as some very bombastlc letters cam m to the edltor A suggestlon box was
placed outslde the press room and much constructlve as well as destruct1ve cr1t1c1sm
was leveled at the paper and the m mbers of the Student Body On March 6 as a
result of a contest conducted by the ournaltsm Class 1n order to get a more art1st1c
and approprlate headmg the name of the paper was changed to the Dazly Szlverado
On March 12 five hundred copies of The Dazly Szlverado were prmted advertls
1ng the champxonshlp basketball game wlth Tomal s and were d1str1buted through
out the town The papers xssued by the class have been very 1nterest1ng and have
helped to bring about a renalssanc ln school spxrtt The paper IS somethmg new
IH hxgh school Journalxsm and the students of St Helena I-hgh should be proud of If
Mxss Hahman readlng Then came the great dragon belchlng forth'
Grant Calrns Dldn t he excuse h1mself9
The Freshman glrls never go 1n for pett1ng at a dance They go out for
Mlss Sugars Do any of you know how to prepare cold botled ham
Adolph Oh that s ham boiled 1n cold water 1sn t xt?
oe De Lazzar Im wrttmg a bool: under an assumed name
Charles Aqulstapace Really? What are you callmg yourself?
oe An Author
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Three years ago for the flrst tlme ln th hxstory of our school a band was or
gamzed under the leadershxp of Mr Clllford Anderson It has proved to be a
success from the standpoint of the members of the band and th lxstenxng publxc
The band, under the leadershlp of Mr Nemo Debely was one of the most
successful classes IH school It gave conc rts throughout the wmter and durlng
the summer The first concert was made up of SClCCt1ODS of a more slmple type
but as t1me passed the band progressed rapidly and mn the later concerts It played more
dlfhcult numbers wrltten by more modern and known composers
A most successful concert was held at the St Helena Grammar School Aud1
torlum IH March, and was attended by a very apprec1at1ve audlence On Aprxl 21
the band took part 1n Publlc Schools Week w1th a brlllxant concert, whrch was
followed by the outdoor concert 1n May In such entertalnments as the Commence
ment exercls s, the Sprlng Flower Show, and the Football Players banquet at Hotel
St Helena, the band took an active part
One of the outstanding features of the band programs has been the COIHIC
group, The German Band, otherwlse called The Hungry FIVE We hear that
a lully bllly quartet w1ll entertam us m the future JOE DE LAzzAR
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Thls one act play, taken from Drmlcwaters Abraham Lmcoln, was gxven
near the mlddle of February before the Student Body Though the play 1tself was
not a comedy, the characters were Those ln Lxncolns cablnet wore dark su1ts,
and everybody roared when the actors appeared w1th long dark s1deburns, gray
halr, and goatees
The play concentrated on the C1V1l War and IIS proponents Mr Wh1te and
M ennlngs from the South appeared before Secretary of State Seward and
trled to convmce hxm that xt would be w1se to wlthdraw the Umon troops from
Fort Sumter As they were gettmg ready to leave, Llncoln walked 1n unexpectedly
embarrassmg them The Cabmet met later to vot on the questron of rexnforclng
Fort Sumter, but they voted If down, and left Lmcoln to deal w1th the s1tuat1on
The above plcturc does not 1nclude all characters of the play as thls IS just
a l'llSIOI'1Cal scene of Lmcoln's cablnet members, and the way they were seated durmg
an IYDPOKIBIII meetmg at the t1me of the C1V1l War
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N61ghkOYS was pres nted hefore our Student Bodx on Apr1l 8 1936 Th
plav from lD6Q1IlI11f1g to end stroxe to show the soc1al l1fe ln a sm1ll commumty
and to show the hosprtahtv and lcmdness YNl'11Cl'l some persons do have 'tt heart
even though If IS not evrdent on the outs1de Th manner 1n w l'llCl1 they were
dressed suggested that they were unsoph1st1cated country. h1clcs
After Carr1e Ellsworths s1ster d1es out West, she r ce1ves a letter saylng that
her homeless nephew IS CO"1'11IlQ to l1ve w1th her All the netghhors get togeth r and
declde to h lp her out 111 everv way possthle Thev w rx constantly gftrht me
food for a party denauons from the town folks and so on untxl ve1yth1n'f 1
almost readv As they are all g1thered at the house lVl1ss Ellsworth comes 111 un
expectedly and tells them that tle hoy 1s not c mlnv aft r all Cf course, she 1s
happy when she learns of her ntlghhors plans for her welfare hut she crres when
she real1z s that the hot IS not convng The curtims sw mg to end the p1ay as lne7
and hashful Peter are 111 each other s 1r1ns
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THE TREE OF PARADISE
The Chr1stmas Pageant The Tree of Paradlse presented here on the eve
nmgs of Decemb r 19 and 70 19:5 was the most outstand1ng accomphsh nent of
the dramatlcs class and IS worthy of much commendatlon Much tune and morlc
was QIXCII to thls productlon and the stage sets and costumes were notable The
play was preceded by some songs ung by the Napa Glee club The students
dressed 111 mhlte loolted beautlful as they stood Slllglllg on the stage XNl'1lCll was
hghted by the glomng candles they carrted
The play IS about a happy Chrrstmas party for th Innocents of Parad1se Wl11Cl1
IS arranged through the 1ntervent1on of the Queen of Heaven She puts Hans a
truculent Angel Asprrant who was 1n danger of bemg elected from Heav n finds
h1s n1che 1n Parad1se
Carl H1llcer acted l'1lS part well always drawmg laughs from the aud1ence He
was the Angel Asp1rant Hans Pfrl m who was adtnltted to Heaven Wallace
Twlchell as the Recordlng Angel Dorothy Hopman as the ueen of Heaven
Davld Hamroclc as the Gatekeeper and all the others 111 the cast acted very
well and are lndeed worthy of much PYHISS as they were 0L1fSI3I1d1I1g 1n the1r actlng
Galeleecpcr Dav1d Ha1nro It
Ham P ncm Carl H1llcer
benonz Mar1e Barberr
Da1 Lucllle Root
NT1I'1'lIU Rose Glol ttl
Gal fl I Clarence Barry
IXLCOfdI71t1, Angel Wallace Tmch ll
w lVI1rjor1e McM1ll1n
Ro alt Rat Standlford
Rufve 7l1aL r Russ Il Small
I1 115 flla cr Henry Rutherford
Harp MaLtr Donald Coss1
Czceen o Hea1er1 Dorothy Hopman
A golf Louts Brovelh Lena Broytlh Reva Standlford
R na Cont Ill A1 c Emyard Bob Thomas
Early 111 the year the Senlors presented a one act comedy to the Student Body
Fdlth Gaylord Clarence Barry Xxfallnce Tmchell Rena Della Magg1ora oe Mac
Donald and B verlv Street acted 1n thls one Tln nonsense comedy wrttten tn
rhyme was quxte a noyelty It contaxned the usual romannc hero and hero1ne
but the overdrawn melodrama xx as most amusmg to ex ery one
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play ent1tled To Be or Not To Be Larry I-Iames a normal boy of 17 passmg
through a romannc stage was lmpersonated by Carl I-I1lker I-hs father Larrtmore
Halnes a PICIUYB of Larry grown up was none other than Russ ll Small
Paullne Alexander d1d her part by playlng the mother The play lIS6lf was a gllmpse
of a boy s deslre to be a movle actor and the means by wh1ch h convlnced h1s parents
that he really possessed the gnft of actmg All m all xt was very mterestmg and
entertammg LUCILLE Roof
A one act play taken from the boolc Fourteen was also presented by the
Dramatlcs class for the Lawn Festlval durmg Educanonal Weelc It was a comedy
for three glrls and was enjoyed very much by the audlence
The story IS one of a fash1onable hostess who faces the perplexxtv known to all
who entertam a guest fa1ls her at the last mlnute Rearrangmg her table IS d1fhcult
jugglery as one subst1tut1on leads to another and at length her party includes
not one of the or1g1nal guests A good hostess however IS never down hearted and
thls one rec 1ves as a reward for her perseverance none less than the Prlnce of Wales
Much credlt and appreclatlon should be shown Mtss Voorhees as she was
the one who was responslble for producmg the above plays wlth the CXCCPIIOU of
the class ntertatnments She gave much tlme both 1n and out of school to see
that they were 1n perfect preparatlon by the tlme they reached the audlence She also
used her own property many tlmes so as to malc the stage setttng and costumes
approprxate Therefore we are sure that everyone w1ll jom 1n and g1VC thls vote of
thanks to our dramatxcs teacher
The Sophomores added thexr b1t to the entertalnment by presentmg two one act
plays Mary Jane Mercter Mlldred McM1llan and Dwtght Harrmgton were the
characters 1n While You Wa1t The gentleman ln the presentatxon proved to
be shghtly awkward company for a faslnonable soctety leader Whtle they wanted
for dlnner he could not fmd anythlng to talk of so he pulled a mlrror and other
artlcles out of h1s pocket ordered a glass of hot water and started shavlng
The other play was of a newly hlred s cretary who stepped 1nto her pos1t1on and
started runntng th1ngs for the boss A man arrlved and after much preparatton
she allowed h1m an 1nterv1ew only to Hnd out later that the strange man was only
a repalrman Thus all her efforts to 1mpress the strange man that her boss was
a powerful busxness man was to no ava1l Grant Caxrns Gerald Spear and Reva
Stand1ford carrled the honors tn the latter farce
The blt of muslc from the Soph jazz orchestra was very Oflglnal and funny
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THE MOCK WEDDING
Tl11s short pl1x hx the Freshman class proxecl to he the most 11101 1hle of the
ueclclx enrerta111111e11ts presented lx rhe separar elasses The hr1cle was presented
alter a umque speech clehx red hx the preacher The parr1c1pa11ts were all dressed 111
161111111 and odd clothes and the 111111ner 111 11 l11cl1 rhex answered quest1o11s clrew mam
laughs from the onlooleers
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A man 11 ent 111to a shop to hux a fou11ta111 p I1 Tlle 5011110 sales gxrl gaxe
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Tl1e sales glrl off red hnn another pen b3yl1lQ Perhaps you d lllce th1s o11e better
lVIacDo11alcl H ou choose rhc darnd sr tunes to start a quarrel
lVlcCahe Wfell, after all 15 Silld and clone
MacDo11ald O11 no you start em long lefore that'
Rose POQQSI I ll lDCIXOL1Ill1l1lx tu 1ee he fore Qolng our on a sch ol 111s1ht
ar1e B I saw I haxe to Ilillllx o
to rhmle of a11 excuse for Qernng 111 so 1 e
Rlllil Bluebearcl runs hlce a clee1 l
Gmg r I thmlc l1e s rather sweet 1111 self
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Granzella s Trxal
Pacrnc Unron Colle e Panel DISCUSSI n
Rotary Cluls Luncheon
Santa Rosa I C A Cappella Chmr
Band Concert Cahstoga
Hohdax Flshmg Season Opens
Pay Dance Glrls T nnrs mth Cahstoga
Mothers Tea and Fashion Show
SCIIIOI' Card Party and Dance
Bergy XX hat shall we do tonxght'
X lrgrl One of three thrngs go to the show go to the dance or stay home and
Bergy fSPl11fllI1g com If xt turns up heads we go to the show talls we go to
the dance and 1f II stands on IIS edge we stay home and study
Carl Hxllxer XVhat made sou thmlx sour sa1lor sweetheart was ljlllg when he
sand he d nexcr been lnterested xn women Lefor 9 Could you see rt rn h1s eyes?
Exelx n No I could see lf on his chest
Nhlce Do you lcnow that all the Qlflb follow after me open mouthcd9
B atrlce Art you thelr ldeal handsome?
Billie No just the xell leaderl
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The Receptlon was held on Frlday November 1 1995
Due to the fact that Hallow en was so near decorations were carrred out accord
lngly w1th pumplcrns w1tches cats and everytlung else that goes to make a Halloween
party the real thrng
The earller part of the evenxng was sp nt 1n plavmg games for th b neht of
those Freshmen who drdnt care to dance Those that cared to trlp the lrghr
fantastxc danced the remalnder of the venwng to the snappy ITILISIC of oe and Rachel
All rn all It was a swell party
After much d1scuss1on as to whether the Freshmen would be allowed a Return
xt was Hnally dectded by Mr Creary that they b granted the prrvrlege
The assembly hall was decorated rn ladders umbrellas and black cats wrth tht
large numeral thlrteen placed at the head of the hall Th evenlng was spent IH
dancmg wxth Rachel and oe actrng as chref syncopators Though the evenrng
On the evenxng of anuary 24 1936 after a vxctorrous battle for the Scunts
agarnst Cahstoga s basketball team a pay dance was held An admxsslon of twenty
hve cents was charged the proceeds of whmch were used to purchase sweat sh rts
for the Varslty baslcetball squad
The party was such a success and everyone conducted hlmself so well that
If was declded we would be allowed anoth r such dance 1n Aprrl
St Patrlck s Dance
Much to the surpr1se and pleasure of all the students they were granted an extra
dance not llsted on the socxal program St Patrrclcs nlght was chos n for the
OCCHSIOU The dance was held just for studen s and frrends each student bemg
allowed to 1nv1te one person
The hall was cleverly decorated ln green and wh1te The words St Patrlclc were
cut from green crepe paper and placed at the head of the hall Four leaf clovers
high hats and PIPCS were also cut from green crepe paper and placed about the walls
Th1s dance proved to be the hut of the vear and the audltorrum never looked
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Saturday mght Aprll 18 the un1ors gate thexr Prom It was th fxrst formal
dance of the year and was espec1ally cxcttlng to the lower classmen who we e 1nv1ted
en masse for the first ttme mn 5. ars
As a cornplxmen to the Semcrs the hall was dec ra ed lI1 their colors blue and
gold The streamers were blue wlule gold stars eompl ted the decoratxoas The
d1mmed l1ghts gave the room a smooth touch
Most of the glrls were dressed ln new formals and the boys were urg d to leave
the1r cords and sweaters at home so everyone came tn lus best The glrls s emed
to have trled to outdo each other as fat as the'r coxffure was concerned Ive n ve
seen more curls, flowers, and rlbbons The boys seemed to fall for the new fm
1n1n1ty for the glrls looked lllce youthful ptctures of thelr grandmothers
The Jumors served mor elahorate refreshments than usual, and lured a mn
plece orchestra from Vallejo
May Day Pay Dance
Because the hrst pay dance had been such a success xt was declded that we
students be allow d another dance The date was chosen for May Day but be
cause of confltctmg events was postponed unt1l May Sth
The hall was decorated tn complete May Day manner A large May pole
stood ln the center of the room mth str amers extendlng to the S1d8S of the room
The clever or1g1nal dances arranged by the V1cePres1dent made If one of the
dances of the year
Sensor Card Party Dance
On May 22 1936 the Semors sponsored a Card Patty and dance for the purpose
of ra1s1ng money for further Semor act1v1t1 s Card tables were set up m the
3tI1C, wh1le dancers danced 1n the assembly hall
The soctal act1v1ttes of the school were more CXICHSIVC than ever th1s year,
but each party we had was conducted IH an orderly manner and was enjoyed by
all the guests
Ar the ttme th1s annual was publlshed the Senlor Ball hadn't been glven, although
the Semors were loolcmg forward to 1ts bemg thexr blg danct of the year As usual
ll will be held after Commencement
The orchestra and plans for decoratlons had not been settled yet
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Clwerrx Holllday Sacramento C.
Ernest GL1Qg13 Clmco State
Edna May MCCOfm1Clx LJHIVC SIIV of C l1for1 11
Angela Cam1nat1 Unn CYSICX of Ca1torn1a
Dudley Scl1oF1eld Sacramen o C
Stan Gdford Sacramento C
Cl1fton Mee Sacramento C
Mar1e Sanders Unlv rsltv of Cal1forn a
I OLIIS Sanders UHIVEFSIIV of Callforma
C LASS OF 34
uarnta Graff Marrled and lIV1l1g 111 San Fl"l1'lCISCO
Carlo Form Sacramento C
L1ll1an Qnetn L1v1ng and worlcmg 111 Napa
Edrtla Wh1tlock Marrxed 'md l1x1nQ II' Calxland
Mrldred Bcrgendorff WOFkl11g 111 Los An clts
R a I-leldlnerg WOFk1I1g 111 Calcland
Elena LIZZIO Worlcmg IU San FFQUCISCO
Harold Thorsen Santa Rosa C
CLASS OF 33
Ruth Duval UHIVCFSIIS of C3l1fOfH13
Leo Herbst Standard Stat1on
une Samuels WOfk1Hg ID Oakland
essen Callerl Sacramento C
Wallv I-Iardln Stanford
Ann1e Della Magglora Beauty operator
Emma Navonne Nou Nlrs Parnasar1
Em1le Pont1 Sacramento C
Harry Magangln Marr1ed to Evelxn XX L'1El1LI'1I1gIOI1
Wally Sclroneld Sacramento C
olun Cox Marr1ed to Edna Scl1ne1der
Llovd Murphy Unwersltx ofCal1forn1a
Mary -lane Tvuclmell Nou Mrs Dell Button
Lorna Glos Now Mrs Clnrles Wfagner
An1ta True Marrled
Emllla Brovelh lVIarr1ed to Edd1e Coolx and l1v1ng 1n Cfthstoga
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begmnmg of the term there were about 13 pr spectnve players out for practrce
There were no frehsmen although s veral of them may have made good players
The team gradually worked mto shape and wlth the addltxon of a few more players
Nas ready to go The Hrst game was wlth the the Napa B s who w re soundly
trounced by the Sarnts There were no members of the team who were show offs
consequently th re was real team work bloclcmg and talclng a man out at the
rrght t1me The most lnterestlng game of the season was wlth the C3llf0fH13
School for the Deaf These boys had to gtve thelr srgnals by the slgn language
and desp1t the fact that they were thus handtcapped were very good players
havlng defeated some of the larger schools ln Oakland At first our boys were
a b1t bewlldered by not lcnowmg when the other fellows were golng to charge
but they soon got the hang of thmgs and went on to vlctory
The fine teamwork made up for the absence of a N1Ch6llUl or a Corbella
The fact that Toch Gh1r1ngell1s Icxcklng was of extraordlnary qualrty and the
all around playmg ab1l1ty of Bob Bergendorlf enabled th Salnts to have an un
The most sensatlonal run of the season was made by NICIC Galleron durrng
the game wlth Napa s second strxng He mtercepted a pass on the Napa 10 yard
lme and started for the goal The H ld was full of taclclers but NlCk twlsted and
spun out of thelr hands like a Red Grange for 90 yards to a touchdown The
longest pass of the season was one of 51 yards from Captam Bob Bergendorff to
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axeraged 185 pounds The Salnts plated a regular schedule of twehe Qam s an
were undefeated scorxnq 716 pomts to thur cpponents 18
ln a posts ason game the Samts lost to XX lll121ITlS hx a score of 9 to U The
Samts were handicapped hx the fact that onlx l7 plaxers made the tr1p and the
game was held after a lapse of three weelcs durlng wlnch practlce per1ods wer
A SQLINT AT THL Boxs
Charhe Aequlstapace A tough guy who d1d a lot of tacxlmg
Mlkc Bertolucct If he gets lcnoclxtd out he s arts 511121112 so what can xou
o wlrh a lnrd hlet thatg
Gerald Bosholl ulte a man' We ll see a lor of l11Il1 next year
Andy Del Bondxo A httl fire eater that stopped plays that got past the hne
Vlfgll Galleron Fast as a tram and a good passer
Att1l1o Gl'11I'1I'lQl1C'lll An exceptxonallv hne luclcer and passer
Dwtght Harrmgton A good player wrrh a lot of hard luck
Elmo Magr1 An end who 11 fight to the end
Elwood McCabe Rather ltght for a tackle hut a demon when aroused
aclc Nagl An end who almost alwaxs got h1s man
Henry Rutherford D 1111111t1 tue hut a great guard
Gerald Spear Tlns fellow wtll he handx 111 the ba lchtld next year
Wallace Twtchell Llght hut a scrapper
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CLASS A BASKETBALL
Along w1th the cold weather came that great sport, basketball In the local
gymnaslum after school for several months one could see a number of boys and
two men gomg over varlous pomts of the game to perfect certaln plays Th teams
gradually rounded mto shape and the result was one champtonshrp team and a
The Varslty started the season wlth a squad of about 12 men As trme progressed
erther xllness or movxng took away some of the players, leavmg the squad at the
close of the season wlth only 6 players But Mr Rannells, w1th hrs excellent coachmg,
pulled the team through 1n very fine style The players, though smaller than the
usual A men, were full of fight and were good sports As the season went on the
team got better and better, plays worked more smoothly, and the boys were gettlng
the1r eyes fixed on the bucket
The league soon started and the Samts began to take thelr share of games
They lost only two games, one to Sonoma and one to Tomales
Probably the most exc1t1ng game of the season was wrth Callstoga The Wrld
cats were leadlng untll the second half was on the wane Then the Samts began
to get hot, but Calxstoga was gettxng tougher, and to make thmgs worse Moose
Harrlngton dislocated hls shoulder A substitute was sent m and the game contlnued,
taxrng the players to the utmost Frnally the Samts got the lead and managed to hold
If unt1l the game ended 27 to Z4
Toch Gh1r1nghell1 was hlgh pornt man of the season for both teams wtth
total of 114 pomts Henry Rutherford won the medal grven for the best foul shot
record He made 18 out of 29 shots whtch gave hmm a percentage of 607 "Moose"
Harrmgton was elected captaxn of the team by a majorlty vote
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CLASS B BASKETBALL
The B team though h1t hard by slclcness came through w1th a champ1onsh1p
of the North Bay League Sectlon 2 R1ght 1n the mldst of th season Elmo Magrx
and Ray and Mlke Bertolucc1 were stncken w1th lnfluenza Th1s was a hard blow
to the team but the second strtng played valxantly and saved the day for the
Samts In one way thls benefitted the Samts Ray Marshall who had been playing
guard was moved to a forward posmon Whlle play1ng guard he d1dn t have such a
good chance to show h1s abxllty to put the ball through the hoop but at forward he soon
had everyone convmced that he belonged there Durmg the season he challced up a total
of 88 pomts more than any oth r player on the squad had made
By the tlme the season should hav ended a three way t1e for first place exlsted be
tween St Helena Calxstoga and Tomales St Helena 1n avery exc1t1ng game won from
Callstoga by a score of 26 to 20 A few days later they humbled Tomal s to the tune
of 24 to 8 Thls put them 1n llne to play Santa Rosa The Samts made a very good
showlng agalnst Santa Rosa by scormg the Hrst 4 pomts but the exper1ence and
super1or1ty of the Panthers b gan to show and the game ended m thexr favor 36 to 14
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PLAY BALL' Thrs fam1l1ar cry echoed across the d1amond the l'-IISI week mn
Aprrl, when Coach Mattson lSSU6d call for baseball practlce Thereafter, everv
afternoon untrl the close of the season the craclc of the bat agalnst the ball and the
heavy thud of a glove could be heard as youths fought for hrst strmg posltrons
Only four members of the 1935 champronshlp team returned to the squad, so
during the hrst few weeks of the season hopes for a repetmon of the prev1ous year s
feat ran very low However, the small but enthuslastlc squad worked hard and
faxthfully and soon rt was apparent that anoth r successful season was on hand
for the Saxnts
Many new faces appeared 1n unrform at the begmnlng of the season and as
trme progressed everyone dec1d d that Coach Mattson had made a w1se move when
he gave every player an equal opportunrty to prove hrs abrllty A few of the lower
classmen d1d exc pt1onally well for thelr first complete season on the squad Out
standing for the1r work durlng the season were the followlng men Ghlrmghelll and
POHII, pxtchers, Harrxngton at first, M1Ch6l1 playrng hrs Hrst year at shortstop
Rutherford at thlrd, and Marshall 1n the outfleld, as well as Bertoluccl beh1nd
the bat The other boys were always 1n the thlclc of the battle playrng wxth all therr
heart for dear old St Helena
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CLASS 'A TRACK
Come to your marks Get set Bang' The St Helena trackmen got under
way for therr 1936 season All except one of the boys on the A squad had com
peted for the Samts 1n PICVIOUS years The team entered several meets durmg
the season and never came home wlthout a large percentage of the pomts tucked
safely away 1n thelr belts
Early IH the year the St Hel na oval was graded and work was begun 1n order
to put If ln t1p top shape The heavy rams d1d much to retard work on the track
as well as to keep the fellows 1ns1de An extended basketball s ason also d1d IIS
share to slow up the lrmberlng of muscles and the technlque of hurdllng but desplte
these hlndrances track season began wxth a bang
On March 28 the 20 30 Club of St Helena sponsored an 1nv1tat1onal meet
As luck would have It the ram kept up most of the day, but thls d1dn't postpone
the meet The athletes from 14 schools were present and many turned 1n brllllant
performances The C3llfOfHl3 School for the Deaf walked off wlth the honors,
scorlng 10 more pomts than thelr nearest rxval Scrxbn r of Sonoma was awarded
the cup for the most outstandlng performance of the day, runmng the 100 yard
dash ln 99 seconds very good tlme on a wet track Melvln Marshall, who won
the 880 yard run 1n the fast tlme of 2 064 and Bob Berg ndorff who txed for
first 1n the hxgh jump, were the only ones of S H I-I S who took any Hrst places
Durmg the entlre season Melvln Marshall was the most outstandlng trackman
of the Saints As he d1d last y ar and agaxn th1s year he qualxhed for the State
meet and was rxght up 1n the money there Bob Bergendorfl was another outstandlng
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Helena slnce he was a fr shman Th1s fact IS qtnte a record and shows that he IS
an excellent athlete He has been vnprovmg stead1ly and has jumped as h1Qh
as 6 feet th1s vear Dmght Harrmgt n vnproved to such an extent puttmg the
shot that h nom hurls If 45 feet lnstead of h1s 36 foot record of last year
CLASS B TRACK
The B team came ver close to re at1n last vears tr1um h 111 the North
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Bay League champ1onsh1p They came XN1fl11I'1 one half POIDI of Wllllllhg the sub
league meet and almost won the le1g1 meet at Santa Rosa
The team traveled to th Orland 1nx1tat1 nal meet and proved lIS6lf a dehmte
competltor Four records were broken by the Samts B men The Salnts Bs
won the meet and C0551 came home meh the hlgh polnt medal Ev ryone who
competed for St Helena placed ID some event at th1s meet
Melvln Marshall and Vlfgll Galler n who competed 1n the unhmlted d1v1s1on
a good portlon of the t1me were el1g1ble for B class compet1t1on Marshall ran
the class B 880 at Santa Rosa and set a record of 2 04 wh1ch should stand for
a long t1me Galleron though rather small, was conslstently over 50 feet wtth
th 8 pound shot Another athlete was Andy Del Bondlo who vaulted between 10
and 11 feet whenever the occaslon demand d 1t, placmg second ln the North Bay finals
OU R COACH ES
A great many people th1nk that a coach s job IS a snap but we know that If IS
not A coach IS a teacher who has a full day of teachmg to do before he has any
t1me to mstruct a team, therefore, he must take t1me before or after school to
ILIFII out teams Uslnq h1s car to tale athl tes to contests and w rkmg on the helds
keep coaches busy You can see that 1 coach deserves a great amount of ctedlt
Mr Jack Rannells and Wir Erum Nlattson are th men xx ho have for the past
three years occupled pos1t1ons as coaches at St Helena I-hgh Both are very pop11lar
w1th the students and have produced hve champ1onsh1p teams slnce they hav been here
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Begxnnlng wlth the month of November, basketball b came the most popular
sport anuary 31 the A basketball team, compos d of Mar1e Barberx and Marjorle
McM1llan, forwards, Olga Della Magglora and Ida San Bxago, centers, and Ros
Poggl and Rlna Della Magglora, guards played agamst the Cloverdale team on
ot Helena s court It was a very exc1t1ng and close game Cloverdale won the game
13 to 9 The St Helena gxrls basketball team played th lr second and last game
of the season w1th Cahstoga on St Helena s court on the afternoon of March 17
The Saints scored 37 po1nts whxle Cahstoga was held back to 9
As spring IS here and basketball season IS over, the glrls now practlce track,
baseball, volleyball, and tenms and expect to compete wlth other schools toward the
end of the spr1ng season RINA DELLA MAGGIORA
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A volley hall team was also chosen Th method used to choose the team was
as follows A team was chosen from the Senlor, umor, Sophomore, and Freshman
classes These teams played each other and from them a final team of nm players
was chosen The team conslsted of the followmg Marne Barberl, Rose Pogg1 Edlth
Gaylord Ida San B1ago, Mary Nagy Leanor Brlal, Ramona Palmer, Vlrglma
Gooden, and Olga Della Maggxora As yet the team has not competed wlth other
schools but expects to do so later m the sprlng
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Durlng the first part of the school year of 1936 the grrls took part 1n the sports
of soccer, spe dball volleyball, and tennls From the latter act1v1ty a team was
chosen whlch conslsted of two doubles and two srngles players The team was as fol
lows Doubles, Rae Standrford and Frances Wagner, Helen Maertrns and Stella
Galll Slngles, Dorothy Hopman and Marjorie McM1llen The mentloned team
competed wlth Callstoga Calrstoga was declared wmner 01 the smgles and a doubles
match whxle St Helena was vxctorxous rn the second doubles match
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WHAT THE WALRUS SAID
The time has come the walrus said
To talk of many things
Of uniors Proms and Latin prose
Of blocks and Senior rings
That IS to say he went on about who s who and whats what at St Helena
High School I dropped in there the other day its a pretty vine covered ston
building set back from the highway among gre n law ns and oak trees
When I got there it was quiet at least comparatively so but suddenly a band
burst forth in a tuneful march I peeked into the hall from which the music was
coming and ah' what an inspiring sight How those trumpeters puff dl And
how the drummers pounded' With what gracefully flowing motions the band leader g s
tlculatedl But the trombones I am seriously considering enrolling in the St Helena
High School 1f only for th privilege of playmg a trombone in the band' Imagine
the bliss of being able to produce by simply moving a tube back and forth
that delightful ooo oo ooo sound characteristic of the well known Trombophobia
When the rafters had stopped reverberatmg and the last echoes had dl d away
I was startled by sudden squeals from outside But on looking out the window all
I could see were som girls in abbreviated apparel playing a game with a ball
They were in two groups with a net between them but what there was to scream
about I couldn t see So I went down the hall
were going on Each student had a little black instrument in front of him fthough
whether it was for musical or mechanical purp ses I could not discern, He poked
the keys of this instrument at a great rate making sheets of pap r go back and
forth The room was filled with a steady hum punctuated by a multitude of
little bell sounds Above this hum occasionally other sounds were audible th
voice of the instructor c ntinially admonishmg his class to try for accuracy rather
than speed and a brown haired girl with a round face saying One more erro
and I ll go nuts' I hurried out befor that happened
Ar this moment a delectable odor reached my nostrils I decided to follow my
nose which led me downstairs to a large sunny room where students were at work
in th kitchenettes The windows revealed a green landscap the atmosphere in
side was one of busy cooperatlon Y s indeed it was a charming place I thought
to myself as the last bit of lemon pie which a freckled brunette damsel had offered
1ne slid down my throat
At int rvals during the morning bells rang and doors opened up and down
the halls from which torrents of noisy students issued Like parts of a kaleidoscopic
pattern they arranged themselves with each bell finally settling down with the
last to stay put for another hour
In a room at the other end of the hall someone was kicking around the wheel of
a strang contraption and doing something at the top of a shaft with what loo td
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A tall blond who had under my own eyes made and smashed thre bon ls that
morn1ng mquxred of a black ha1red athlete who had just wandered 1n wheth r the
paper was out yet It wasn t
Across the hall I could feel the tenslon There were more hummmg machlnes
such as I had seen upstanrs the place was a verltable beehlve
What dld you do wtth th1s week s Senlor 1nterv1ew'7 d manded a sandy hatred
tndxvtdual 1n a gray su1t Th man wtth the llttle moustache looked up from h
Oh that? We publxshed lf three days ago'
Such 15 llfe tn the ofllce of a school datly for th1s was I had guessed the paper
I had heard dlscussed ln the pottery room More rushlng around more frenzxed
act1v1ty and th n everyone breathed a slgh of rellef as a fat p1le of papers was
ust then the bell rang and how the students dashed for the upper hall to get
the papers' I got 1n lme too and had flve or s1x pounds rolled off my wa1stl1ne by
youths and maldens afrald they would be l fr w1thout a Dally Stlverado
Now they were gotng off ln groups to eat thetr lunches devourlng eagerly the
paper s contents as they went There s my l tter 1n the VOICE of the Campus' Look
A ltttle blond glrl wtth blg brown eyes paused long enough to pull my whiskers'
I was qutte astounded at thus attentlon but before I could gather my w1ts she
had dlsappeared wtth a curly halred brunette I saw these two danclng lat r tn
the assembly hall Two boys passed d1scuss1ng a strange anlmal whlch lf I heard
correctly was termed the Slophound
The bell rang and I started my wandermgs agam as the students wandered back
mto thelr classes VOICES drlfted out mto the hall from dllferenr rooms Russell
glV6 the date of the first treaty of PHFIS Bob read the part of Macbeth Wallac
you read Banquo
Another thlng to explore the stalrs that led up from the end of the hall o
up I went' What a cltmbl I was pufhng ltke a steam shovel when I finally got
to the top The Attxc sald the letters above the door There W re all sorts of 1n
teresttng thmgs everywhere tn cablnets and cupboards and on shelves
My tlme was gettmg short and I hadn t been to elther of the outslde bu1ld1ngs
yet so I slld down the p1pes whxch serve as banmsters and went down to s e what
was golng on 1n the small butldxng under the trees Here a tall man whose halr was
fuzzy and rhm on top Smlllngly explamed the 1ntr1cac1es of mechanlcal drawxng
and shop On my way over to the gym a tall curly headed boy rushed past wlth gt
gantlc strtdes welghty matters seemed to hang heavtly on h1s brow I-Ie was accom
panled by a red head who was also full of unhmshed busxness
Inslde the gym two boys were shootmg baskets a tall blond deadeye and a
not so tall boy with brown halt and an angellc expresston
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Some new lcmd of toothpaste I supp e was my last thought as I went out
oor EDITH GAYLORD
Acute case of CUEIIIIIUS Andy Del Bondlo
V1s1ted my aunt 1n Vallejo Evelyn Navonne was the navy 1n9
Had to polish apples for Mr Sanborn and Matt Freda Brehm
Had to dmg worms Gmgcr Gooden Nvhom were you trymg to hoolc Gm9l
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My mother needed me Bob Bergendorff
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Got my nose slcmned suckmg xt xnto other people s busmness Rae Standxford
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Had to mtllc my cow Vxrgxl Galleron
Tore a hole 1n my pants and had to go home to have it mended oe Mac
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I5 SLlHC1'1f1g from 1llLlSlO11S of grandeur Madelxlle Alexander
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Mlss Lull Do you spealc French?
Wallace Twlchell Oh uh er yes yes ofcourse'
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