From the pages of the Crescent City American, September 1930.
The first issue of the Crestonian, official Del Norte High school paper, came out Monday with a summary of the school’s activities since school began Aug. 18.
The paper is published under the following capable students of journalism: editor Ruth Jenkins, business manager Sue McNamara, sports editor Howard Moll, assistant sports editor Donald McMillan, humor editor Ann Ireland, reporters Mary Peacock and Gertrude Juza, circulation manager Leland Peterson and faculty advisor Miss Edith Loomes.
Telephone men here
Chas. Gannon, district equipment supervisor, with his assistant, Mr. Schmitz, were in this city the first of the week from Marshfield, Ore., the West Coast Telephone Company’s district headquarters, to make adjustments on the local switchboard.
First preparations to install the printer, which is on this year’s program, were also taken by Mr. Gannon. They will return here in a few weeks to make further preparations for the installation of the printer, which when installed will take the place of the present telegraph system.
Naturalization papers filed
When naturalization classes are held here in December under a representative from the Naturalization Department in San Francisco, four aliens will take the exam.
Those who have filed their papers with County Clerk Emma Cooper for admission to citizenship are: Viggo Hoyer, native of Australia; Magnus B. Ingvardsen, native of Denmark; Manuel G. Maciel, native of Portugal; and Eugenia Sarina, native of Switzerland.