Volume 63, No. 3
10 - JOE OESCHGER, A HUMBOLDT MAJOR LEAGUER - by James Pegolotti
A life of Joe Oeschger of Ferndale and a front-row seat at the longest baseball game in major league history.
18 - DEER LICK SPRINGS: A POPULAR SPA - by Vivian Ziegler
Woodsmen and longshoremen”and at least one young woman”came for healing soaks in the potent waters at Deer Lick.
24 - HASH FAMILY ALL STARS
Dave Hash brought in a photo for our collections and shared stories about his father, Ed Hash, and the all-in-one-family baseball team, the Hash Family All Stars.
28 - HAROLD OTTO HILFIKER: HUMBOLDT'S PREMIER PIPE MAKER - by William Kent and Bill Hilfiker, Sr.
Harold Hilfiker expanded and modernized the Pipe Company, founded by his father in 1902, and now owned and operated by a fourth generation of Hilfikers.
35 - THE CASE OF THE "HUGE METEORITE" - History's Mysteries - by Barry Evans
Something noteworthy plunged into the bay eighty-five years ago, but what exactly was it?
34 - RAYMOND STENBACK: FROM TRENCH WARFARE TO TEACHING - by Paul Rasmussen Smith
Raymond Stenback survived the World War I trenches to become a much-loved teacher at Fortuna High School.