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THE 1923 PCHOB
RECORD of e t he
Elk Co ty H gh School
Edlted by the Student Body of E I-I S
A vents a t
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during the school year of
State Song Nevada
Nevada my Nevada to thy colors we ll be true
ln the starlwht lnes thy sllver rn the Heavens vault thy Blue
From the Eastern fertlle xalleys to the rockbound western sky
Our love burns stronv Nevada and lts embers never d1e
Nevada my Nevada thy praxses we wlll Slng
Let the grey hewn mountalns echo where our vibrant volces rung
For we love thy Wllldlflg valleys and thy Splflt staunch and true
All the symbols that God Gave thee wrought rn Sllver and rn Blue
Our hearts are thme Nevada our prayer to thee shall rrse
Across the copper desert where the pamted sunset lres
And the masslve mountaxn range where the sxlence calls to you
Shall stand a guard of glory for the Sxlver and the Blue
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7Farultu nf Ihr Elkn Clnuntu High Brhnul
nur :tramp Ihr mnrlh a mnnt prtrrlraa trrzw
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BETTER ENGLISH WEEK
HII LCREST HALL
IINTERCI ASS SPORTS
N the fall of the year of l9l6 a group composed of all the boys
and men of the Elko County Hlvh School journeyed to a hill south
east of the city and set to work constructing an emblem of their
school for all who should pass to notice and heed The work was
finished und r the able leadership of Professor Raymond Thomas anl
the school had placed its emblem in the figure of a great Block E
upon the hill where lt may be seen from far and wide
A short time later when a group of high school and grammar
school teachers of which he was a member were lmperiled by a storm
ln the Ruby Mountains Professor Thomas in a heroic endeavor to
save the other members of the party Gave up his life The s hool
realized their loss and as no other monument to him and his achiev
ments was more appropriate than the emblem which he had con
structed the Block E. IS now dedicated to him who gave his all that
another might live
As an athletic emblem this E has been carried all over the state
and well have the bearers demonstrated their determination that it
shall never know disgrace. lt is the ambition of every boy in school
to carry that symbol and to aid in bringing it honor.
Dou las Castle Edltor m Cluef
Lynn Backus Asslstant Edltor
Gerald Fitz erald BLISIHCSS Mana er
ack Furlon Athletxcs
Ernest lVlclVlurtrey Advertlsmg Nlanagex
Wallace Smltlm Asst Advertlslng Mana er
Donna Dove Soclety
Thelma Lam Calendar
Elsbeth Dove rt
Wallace Taber Humor
Elmer Rutherford Departments
George Wrxght Student Government
l..o1s l-lesson Qrganlzatlorms
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DEPA RTMEN TS
ECAUSE of lgnorance there are stxll peo
ple who thunk the hrgh school a useless
mstltutlon Such people are not famlllar
wlth the great advantages offered by a hlgh
school educatlon You have but to look about
you and you fxnd that the majorlty of great
leaders of all progress toward a higher ClVlllZ8
t1on xts laws llberty art scxence and mven
tlon are hugh school graduates or college tramed men Also where
soever you turn you find that the path to success IS the path of mdus
try of self relrance and of obedlence to law which ln turn have a
foundatlon based on thmklng ln terms of lntelllgent leadershlp If
we would contlnue our program of work and SCYVICC to attam leader
shlp toward better thmgs our standard must ever be a hlgh one and
always nt wlll take courage to keep that standard hlgh
lt IS not so much the facts learned ln school that enables one to
has been Generated Anyone who has wrestled with quadratxc equa
tlons and the theorems of plane and solld geometry who has struggled
trying to analyze a l..atm sentence or who has spent hours wlth scxence
wlth the v1s1on of hlstory and with the mspnratlon and culture of lltera
ture has generated thlnkmg power He has had the experxence whxch
makes nt easy for hlm to tackle new problems and to learn to do new
thmgs efficiently Thmkmg power lS like a charged storage battery
always ready to be tapped for any purpose ln later lnfe xt IS the great
dynamo that runs the world lt IS the great force that makes for
advancement and progress of all cnvxllzatlon lt ns the power that rules
the world Back of all progress stands the thlnker the man who
drlves thmgs through
Any boy or glrl who has failed to take the opportunity to get
a hl h school education has dellberately closed and locked all doors
to many of the best thmgs m a professlonal busmess polltlcal or soclal
life Has It ever occurred to you that wlthout a hlgh school educa
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go forward and to do big things in life-it is the thinking power that
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tion you cannot enter the best rnstrtutrons of higher learning that you
cannot get a first class positron rn a newspaper office that you cannot
be admitted to a Nax al or an Army school of aviation or that you
cannot get places that are open to promotion rn banks railroad offices
or other business offices3 Thus simply from the point of view of
money value a high school education pays and rt rs rn reality the best
financial investment that can possibly be made
However the material value rs but a beffrnnmv of what a high
school education means It gives one training rn health and rn voca
tional guidance and rt results rn a safe and sane citizenship We are
rn the midst of the most crrtrcal period through which mankind has
ever passed the days are filled with perils for the American cltrzen
and hrs loved Republic and thus the great need for intelligent leader
ship to help rebuild what has been destroved physically economically
and sprrrtually rs greater than rt ever has been before Anyone who
fails to get his high school education endangers hrs opportunities for
thought With a high school education one has eighty seven times
the chance of one without such an education of rendering worthwhile
service to humanity A thorough hr h school education will develop
and bring out ones greatest strength rt will open fields of new
thought rt will broaden one s vrsron and sympathies rt will reveal the
beauties of the past and foreshadow the blessings of the future It
rs during the time that one rs getting hrs high school education that
new hopes and ambitions are born and rt rs during that time that one
actually learns how to learn
ln the lrght of these facts the question rs can any young man or
woman afford to go through life without at least a high school educa
tion which provides for mental moral and sprrrtual growth Regrets
for unimproved opportunities do not pay drvrdends Parents are re
sponsrble to their boys and girls to provide them wrth every oppor
tunrty to give them a high school education so that there may be no
regrets rn the years to come Remember then that EDUCATIGN
rs the kev to a better and brgger llfe and a passport to respectability
the whole world over
BERTHA C KNEMEYER Principal
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year has reached a hrgh grade of effl
clency under the supervlslon of Mr R
V ones Durmg the last four years the man
ual tramlng branch of our school has grown by
leaps and bounds Next year by the purchase
of new machlnery for whlch the Board has
approprlated money the shop of the E. H S
w1ll become one of the best ln the state
A good course IS taught IH mechanxcal
drawlnff M ones last fall arranged the
schedule for the year and lt has proved to b
an effectlve and successful one The requlre
ment IS the completlon of fourteem plates a
semester or twentv 61 ht a year Th se plates
take up the drawlng of projects used ln the shop and some geometrlcal
problems ThlS plan affords the practlcal work necessary for thc
students tramlng and Wlll be a help to hxm durxng his entlre llfe
ln the Wood Worklng Class good work has been turned out
Here cabmet makmg IS taught The student at the beglnmng of th
term IS allowed to choose hls own project and then to bulld It durx 1
the rest of the semester Tables dressers foot stools and oth r things
lshed are better than ones bought at a furmture store because careful
thoughtful work IS expended on them
Wood turnmg IS also taught ln the Manual Tramlng Department
and IS glven to unxors and Semors esp clally Thr year there are a
number of students taking advanced turmng ln elementary woo
turnmg the student IS taught how to handle a lathe and the necessary
tools After a certlan number of exercxses th student IS allow d to
construct such artlcles as table lamps nut bowls collar boxes smok
lng and shavlng stands and many other uscful artxcles ln advanced
turmng the student IS allowed to make any wrtlcles of furnlture he
ln the blacksmrth shop a elementary and an advan ed cour e
are taught A new forge and new tools purchased la t year provlded
for good work ln blacksmlthlng
On a whole the shop 15 a most useful and pracltcal dep rtment
succeeding ln lts alm the accompllshmg of many thlnvs worth whlle
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N the last few years
the hlstory depart
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bv leaps and bounds
Thns year Amerrcan
Hrstorv Early Euro
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are taught There ar
A now two mstructors ln
charge of thls department Mr George H Anderson who has charge
of the first and lVllss Angle Roosa who teaches the last two
Th Early European l-lrstory Class IS composed mostly of Sopho
mor s Freshmen dodge history rf they can but by the time th y have
comaleted thelr first year s work MISS Knemeyer usually conslders that
the tlme has come when they should begln upon some of the serxous
thmvs of llfe and accordmgly she enrolls them ln the class ln Early
ln the Early European l-llstory Class Xvest s Early Progress 1
and thelr development down to the time of the French Revolutlon
ln thus way the foundatlons for the study of Modern Europe are lard
Ten students comprlse the class ln Modern Hlstory thls year
Last year lt had but slx members It IS hlghly regretable that so few
students take up the study of thr hlghly Important subject bearlng
so drrectly as xt does upon the problems that confront the Amerxcan
c1t17en USlDg West s Modern Progress as thelr text the students
m thxs course take up the tangled threads of European life and polrtrcs
wlth the French Revolutlon and follow them down to the present tlme
A thorough understandmg of the compllcated sltuatlon ln Europe to
day IS thus obtamed
The State law provldes that no one may be graduated from hrgh
school wlthout completmg satlsfactorrly a course m American history
and more students take this subject therefore than any other rn the
school Normally xt comes ln the unxor year but once ln a whlle
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used for the text. This study takes up the history of the early races
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for good reason a student may be allowed to postpone takmg rt untll
his Senlor year Thls however IS dlscouraged as much as posslble
ln 1922 23 there were two sectlons of elghteen students each
Mr Anderson follows hrs own outlme of Amerlcan Hlstory
whlch he devlsed at Harvard Unrversrty last summer Beard s HIS
tory of the United States IS used as a text but IS not closely followed
slnce Mr Anderson wlshes to have the students get therr mformatlon
from as WldC a variety of sources and from as many dlfferent pomts
of vlew as posslble One of the prmclpal objects of thc course IS to
teach the students to reason out present day problems by applymg the
lessons learned from hlstory
Problems m Amerlcan Democracy IS another one of the few
courses whlch every student IS required to take ln order to be grad
uated lts place rs ID the Semor year and only for especxally urgent
reasons are any allowed to take lt before that tlme
The subject matter of thls course IS very mterestlnv The greater
part of the first semester IS taken up wxth a study of economlc prob
lems connected wlth the productlon exchange and consumptlon of
goods and the dlstrlbutlon of wealth such as the advantages and dlS
advantages of large scale productlon corporatlons and thenr control
monopolles and trusts raxlway regulatxon labor dlsputes and many
The remamder of the semester and the first part of the second
IS devoted to the studv of varlous soclal problems such as poverty
crlme the race questlon lmmlgratlon and the like The remalnd r
of the second semester 19 occupied by a study of the Natlonal State
and local governments ln the country
Usually all students are requlred to take the full year s work ln
Problems ln Amerlcan Democracy but where good reasons exnst some
may be permitted to substltute Commerclal Law th first semester
The Commercial Law Class thls year was taught by Mr E
Martle The text was Cano s Commerclal Law Thls subject takes
up contracts notes partnershlps and every day pOllClCS ln bushes
CIVIC Patrlotlsm IS taught nn our school one hour a week ln con
formlty with the State law The entlre school IS dlvlded mto four
classes The Semors are taught by Mr Martxe wlth the RCVICW of
RCVICWS as a text MISS Cralg has charge of the umors who prefer
the Independent for thenr source of mformatlon The Sophomores
taught by Miss McRae also use the lnclependent for reference The
Freshmen dlrected by lVl1ss Knemeyer study the world s happenmgs
as they are chromcled rn Current Events
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Spanlsh French and
Latm Two years of
each language IS taught
ln order to prepare the
tudent for h1s college
ln the first ear
Spanlsh Class emphasls IS placed upon the speakmg and readmg of
Spanlsh The first semester IS devoted to the study of grammar so
that the student wlll have a ood foundatlon for speaking and readmff
Durmg the second semester much practlce work IS carrled on The
umor Red Cross gave the class the prlvllege of correspondmg with
th schools ln South America The class wrote two letters one tellmv
of Nevada The class does not expect to hear from the South Amen
can students untll the first of next s mester ThlS correspondenc 1
carrled on to create a better feellng between the students of the United
States and th lr southern nelghbors B sides thls mterestmg work th
puplls worked out one act plays based on a well known fairy tale
The French Class thls year was very small Second year French
onlv was taught The work consxsted mostly of the study of advanced
grammar and of the readln of standard French prose of whlch th
class completed several hundred pages more than IS requnred by the
state course of study
Two Latln classes were tau ht-one m Grammar and elementary
reading and the other In Caesar Both of these also were very small
but what they lacked ln quantlty they more than made up m quallty
the Cesar Class haung read far ln advance of the required mmlmum
lVlxss Mlldred Rauner IS head of the department and mstructor
ln Latln and Spanlsh whlle Miss Cenevleve Robison teaches French
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great deal of emphasls
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the teachmg of sclence
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when the openmg of
the new bulldmg wlth
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laboratorxes provlded excellent faCllltlCS for the study of thrs branch
The Blology Class thls year was made up of Sophomores unlors
and Seniors It was a small class but the enthusiasm shown by its
members brought lt to a hngh standard A field trlp was made ln the
fall of the year as the result of which many blologlcal specxmens were
brought back to the study hall A full set of experlments have been
completed by thus class
Mr Anderson boasts that his Chemrstry Class has the highest
scholarshxp average of any class of 1ts slze ln the school The tech
nlcal slde of chemxstry has been emphasrzed and an effort has been
made to glve to the students tramlng ln sclentlflc m thods of thought
and observatron that will be of value to them whether they contmue
the study of the subject further or not The class has had at lts dns
posal what IS probably the second or thxrd most complete stock of
chemlcals ln the State besides an unusually complete equipment of
apparatus It has made good use of these facllltles thrs year l'laVln0'
completed some twenty more than the required number of expert
The PSYSICS Class was composed exclusively of Semor boys
While the stock of apparatus at hand for the use of thls class IS not
as extenslve as that avallable for the chemists no Important experx
ments have had to be omltted Several new pleces were added durlnfr
the course of the year Including a Hartl Optlcal Disc and a wireless
set for demonstratlon Mechanics of sollds Hulds and gases sound
heat magnetism electricity and llvht were covered as thoroughly as
time and the mathematical preparation of the students permitted
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HIS year Elko
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f red courses IU
tlc fir t year General
Vlather atlcs Plane Ge
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try Advanced Algebra
Trigonometry and The
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hlgh school credlt was UIVCH for each of the flrst four courses whxlc
one half credlt was glven for each of the last three
ln these courses the study of mathematxcs IS as completely pro
Vldefl for as m most of th larger hr h schools of the Unlted States
Elko l-'hgh S hool IS probably the only school ID thls state that
new course that IS just bemg trled out ln thrs hugh school for the firs
year stud nts Many of he students who would find the first yea
course of Algebra hard haxe l1ttle or no trouble wlth the mterestmg
wor of Algebra Geometry and Trwonometry combined ln General
lVl1themat1cs The work m graphs of statlstlcs PICYOUYBIIIS and canto
grams whlch the students have done thls year IS not only lnterestmg
The Plane Geometry students are taught practlcally all the fun
damental pI'lI1C1plCS of planes trlanvles quadrllaterals other polygon
The development of the formulas for prisms pyramids cyhnders
cones and spheres even the prlsmatold formula have been worked out
by the Sohd Geometry Class The makmcf of models has been an
mterestmg part of thls work Besides mak ng polyhedral angles pyra
mlds prlsms paralleplpeds and frustums thus class has made the Hve
regular polyhedrons These are the tetrahedron of four faces hexa
hedron of SIX faces octahedron of elght faces doclecahedron f
twelve faces and the lcosahedron of twenty faces
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two years the
Comm rclal De
partment under the su
pervlslon of Katharlne
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organlzed and put on
a unlverslty credlt ba
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ment are recognxzed by the large unlversxtles and buslness schools
throughout the country
Each year the Commerclal Department IS becomlng a more 1m
portant factor ln our school system Thls statement IS proved by the
large number of students enrolled ln the different classes Thls year
one hundred and twenty one students were enrolled 1n the department
ln order to recelve a commerclal dlploma a student must have
had two years of shorthand typewrxtmg bookkeeplng one half year
clal arlthmetxc and buslness Engllsh
As a reward any student who has succeeded 1n acqulrmg an
average of ninety per cent or over ln any or all subjects wzth the
exception of commerclal law commercxal arlthmetlc and busness
English wlll be awarded certificates and medals
These C6I'tlHC3tCS and medals are awarded ln shorthand by the
Curegg Publlshlng Company ln typewrltlng by the Underwood fype
Wfltlng Company m bookkeeplng by the Twentleth Century Com
pany and nn penmanshnp by the A N Palmer Company
Credlt IS glven m bookkeepmg when the first and second year s
textbook work IS Hnlshed and the first and second year s certlflcates
have been recelved
ln order to receive credlt ln penmanshlp the work requlred ln the
text must be completed and a students certlflcate must be obtamed
ln order to recelve credlt for one year of tvpewrltlng a student
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must complete the work required in the text and receive a thirty word
certificate To receive credit for the second year s work a student is
required to finish the text and receive a bronze medal which means
that a pupil can write forty words a minute accurately Higher medals
are offered for the ambitious student These are the bronze silver
Gold and diamond medals
To receive credit for the first year of shorthand the worc re
quired in the manual reader and Gregg Writer must be completed
and the first year s certificate which is based on the system must b
Credit is given for the second year in shorthand when the work
required in the Gregg Speed Studies classics and secretarial text has
b tn completed and an Order of Gregg Artists certificate has been
ceeded in making beautiful shorthand notes
Membership in the O G A is the most popular of the certifi
cates of the Gregg Publishing Company embracing as it does the
triple elements art speed in shorthand writing and the fraternal
elements in class work The wmninv of the O C A certificate is a
recognized testimonial It means the acquiring of such a knowledge
of shorthand and such a stvle in the writing of it as marks the differ
ence between a mediocre writer and a writer of promise
As a result of the work accomplished by the pupils of this depart
ment efficient stenographers and bookkeepers graduates of this school
are now holding responsible posltlons in various busmess houses of
this and other cities
Honor should be given Miss Miller head of this department for
her deep and smcere interest in the success of our commercial pupils
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HE Engllsh Depar ment has thls year been very su cessful B
SldCS carrymv on the regular class work ln which they accom
pllshed a great deal the students have executed several profit
abe outslde undertaklngs Among thelr ventures are the followlng
two school papers the Elko Exhaust pubhshed by the Engllsh IV
and Buslness Engllsh classes and the Elkonlan publlshed by tne
two dlvxslons of the Enfvlrsh lll cla ses a Better Ewlxsh Week
under the SUPCYVISIOH of all the Envllsh classes and the partxclpatxom
ln Short Story and Essay Contests
Thls year s newspapers were better than ever before The Elko
Exhaust appeared rn the Elko Free Press on Vvednesdays of alter
nate weeks Whlle The Elkonxan was pubhshed ln our other town
paper The Independent on the Saturdays of those weeks when no
Exhaust was prlnted In thls way the hx h school had a paper ev ry
week coverlng all the events wlthm that perlod In each lssue an
average of four columns a week contalnlnff all the news of the week
jokes edltorlal comment stones and mlscellaneous artlcles By thls
undertaklng the communlty has been kept mformed about the aCtlV1
tres of our hlgh school and the students of the Engllsh classes have
gamecl consxderable knowledge and experlence 1n newspaper Wfltlllg
which Wlll be to some of the students a Great use 1n later llfe
Perhaps the newest and most mterestmg ldea carrled out by the
Enffllsh Department was the Good Envllsh Week between February
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I2 I6 It IS descrxbed at length elsewhere ln thls lssue of The Pohob
The short stones entered m the Roberts lVlcCutcheon Brown
Memorlal contest brought pralse and commendatlon from the local
judges who chose two from the efforts of seventeen contestants
Those two were Charles Geyman s Chlef KlDlSh8W s Last Raid and
Bully Clawson s The Peace of the Cuardlan Mother Honorable
Mentlon was given to Eber Stenmgers Humboldt Otter Lucnlle
Cralgle s nmmle s Dream and Eva Reed s Fnguratxvely Speakmg
We are now anxiously awaltmv the declslon of the judges who choose
the three best storxes entered from the hrgh schools of the state Elko
hopes to wln a place ln thls contest
It IS also too early to know lf our contestants m the varlous essay
contests have won any mark of accomplishment thrs year
The Nevada Educatlonal Leagues offer of prlzes for the best
essays on the Towner Sterling Blll has been answered by several Elko
Hrgh School students also a few have wrltten essays m the Flrestone
natlonal contest on good roads
The enthuslasm wlth whlch students have entered all these fields
of work IS an evidence of splendid school splrlt
The Englnsh classes have accompllshecl beside all these by the
way results the actual requlrements of the state course of study ln
composxtlon rhetorlc and appreclatlon of the world s best lnterature
The hlstorles of Amerlcan and English llterature are subjects of the
upper classes the Hrst and second year s work more definitely exer
clses the creative qualltles of the student ln hls class work
All ln all the English Department attempts to create ln each stu
dent a deslre to speak and wrlte not only correctly but effectxvely and
an abnllty to appreclate the best and the beautlful of our language
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years offers for the Freshmen a study of
tefctlles and plaln sewmg It takes up
the four textlle fibers cotton flax sllk and
wool from the standpomt of hlstory produc
tlon manufacture the Hmshed product and 1ts
relatlon to the household The study of tex
tlles also takes up the use of substltutes adul
terants cost and selectmg of materlals and th
testmg of textxle fabrlcs The glrls are en
couraged to collect samples of materlal and classlfy them so that they
may recognlze dlfferent materlals and learn thelr value Sewlng IS no
longer taught as an xsolated subject and the r latlon of sewlng to tex
tlles IS emphaslzecl from the economlc as well as the practlcal slde
ln the second year foods and cookery are studled Emphasls IS
placed upon uses of foods 1n the body and upon food composltlons
Sklll IS developed through the actual processes of cooking and obser
vatlon The work IS planned so that lt leads up to the cookmg and
servmg of meals whlch takes place m the sprmg ln thxs class the
glrls galn a knowledge of nutrxtxon however thls IS taken up more
thorouvhly ln the unlor dletetlcs class
In thlS class the girls study dxetetlcs for twenty four weeks and
advanced sewlng the last twelve The dletetlcs course lncludes the
study of the calorie as a standard for measurlng the energy of food
and the amount of food a person should eat accordmg to hls welght
act1v1ty age and occupatlon The students also learn to an dlets
wlth the proper amount of calorles fat carbohydrate prote1n mlneral
elements and vltamlne Dlets for chlldren are studlecl and tue stu
dents also learn to plan dlets for people of abnormal condltlons I
thls class as ln the cooklng class the work IS 1n form of experlments
and problems Economy ln buvlng food IS also taught The class
thls year has made some very good posters for an exhlbltlon they are
plannmg on thls sprmg lqhey haxe planned thelr exhlbltlon so that
p ople may learn many useful thlngs
The advanced sewlng IS a clothmg project where each lndxvldual
plans and works out her own needs The problem IS the planmng and
makmg of a glrl s spring wardrobe
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Mme Bertha C lxnerneyer Prlnclpal of H1 h School
Georve H Anderson VICC Prmclpal of H1011 School
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Robert V ones Manual Traxnlng
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Mme Margaret O Skaggs Sc1e11ce and Glee Club
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Mme S Harrwon Deveraux Dean of Curls
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Mart1e Phys1cal Dnfector and preceptor Boys Dormltory
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HlSt0fy of the Class of 23
UR hugh school days are drawlng to a close ln a few short days
the class of 23 wlll llve only ln the hlstory of lts deeds When
we flrst entered E. H S we could boast of a membership of more
than half the total enrollment of the school We were fifty elght 1n
all Let us not dwell on our trxals and trlbulatlons as lrreshmen b
fore our mtelhgence was known to emst and was certamly not sought
for by the upper classmen We have suruved and marched trlumph
antly onward and here record our progress as an example for those
Our first meetmg was obllglnvly called for us by one of th
Semors There we elected the followmg class ofhclals herald F1tZ
gerald presldent Lols l-lesson vnce presldent lVlaclaren 1Vlcl:arlane
secretary Blll Guldlcl sergeant at arms Red and blue were chosen
as flttmg class colors
Several of our class were chosen members of the Glee Club and
we had two representatlves of the Pohob Staff The class party glven
ln the sprlng of 1920 was a great socxal trlumph and voted the best
party of the year
When we took up our dutles as Sophomores we had an enroll
ment of forty thlrty 91X of these had been members of our Fresrman
class The year s offlclals were Gerald Fltzgerald presldent Elsb tm
Dove vrce presldent Dan Hunter secretary Agnes Taber treasurer
and Blll Culdlcl sergeant at arms Our accomphshments lncreased ln
number we had one g1rl and two boys on the basketball teams four
members of the Debatlng Club elght members of De Laureola
twenty four members of the Dramatlc Club SIX members of the Boys
Cnlee Club and thxrteen belongmg to the Qnrls Clee Club besldes two
members on the Pohob Staff Qur bopn l-lop a masquerade w s
a great success
Reallzxng that half our hwh school course was over thnrty Junlors
applled themselves to study and the class of 73 sped on leav1ng thus
record as a memento to thelr thlrd year the track champlonshlp for
2I 22 two student government ofhclals three basketball men two
members of the school debatlng teams two lawyers eleven De Laur
eolans two of whom were officlals ln the club four Science Club
members one representatxve IH the cast of The Importance of B ng
Earnest fourteen songster rn the two Clee Clubs and four depart
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The members of the class who were OH:lCl8lS durmg the year were
Wallace Hlvgmbotham Elmer Rutherford Lynn Backus Gerald
Fitzgerald and ack Furlon
Now we have reached the Senlor year wlth a membershlp of
twenty three Lynn Backus Douglas Castle Elsbeth Dove ack Fur
long Gerald FltZ erald Ona Harbln Edlth Keyser LOIS Hesson Del
bert Holland Elmer Rutherford Thelma Lam Ernest lVlclVlurtrey
Wallace Hlgvlnbotham Zarllla Puett Wallace Taber Wxlllam Taber
Nlarffuerlette lVlcDermott Harry Kennedy Ruth Woodm Harry
Elllott Chas Geyman Lvdla Westlund and George Hennen
l'rom our ranks have been chosen the mayor the Judge dlstrrct
attorney two supervlsors chlef ot police the presldent of the Dra
matlc Club president of De l aureola and two other De Laureolan
officers all SCICHCC Club officers both members of the debatmg teams
three members of the basketball team all of the Pohob Staff wlth the
exceptlon of two fixe of the cast for What Happened to ones3
and the chlef characters IH l.ove Plrates of Hawau The class has
also scored 1n track and lb ably represented ln the Clee and Dramatlc
FIVC members of the class have been chosen as honor students on
the basls of a sy stem adopted a year ago whlch defines as such the
hlghest twentv per cent of the total membersh1p of the class 1n scholar
shlp provlcled however that no student wlll be Ulven such recognx
tlon who has not earned an aggregate of nmety honor pomts or more
for hls four year s work The first honor student and therefore also
the valedlctorlan IS Thelma Lam -lhe other four who have earned
laurels are Lols Hesson Douglas Castle Elsbeth Dove and Gerald
Thls closes the hlstory of the Class of 23 a hnstory we are prou l
to leave m the annals of the school
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rv-:dent ol llux
Ir udent ol Ilan III
Supc rusor ot I-iuanu II
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Vlayor of Ilko Junior II
Wlembu' ol 5II1'lllf' Iluh II
Ilns Trca-urvr II
mln r he laura ol: II ,
S0 mum Ilub II
Ilramallc Klub II, III I
ilu- hnllew Hall II
lou Iiraivs of Hawaii I
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Iourtshlp ul Ihles Standish II
Importance of Benn. Earnest III
lou llruhs of Hawaii I
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ennnu re iul Honors
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Science llub III, II
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tlvrk Do laureola II
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Iuhob III, II
Pennis III, II'
Hass Basketball I, II
lnbntmg. Tulm III, II
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Ilramalicu-II, III, II
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Ilam Basketball II, III
Ilan Iollm Ball II
Ihnner in lom Iourso-III, II
Iollob Slalf III
SPIIIICI' Ilub III,
Ile Iaunola III, II
Basketball III II
Ilaslmtball Iaptam II
Irmk Iaplain III
Ilasn .Il'llf'Ix II,
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Nuwru--or Itllhtlcs II
Ibramahf' Ilub II
I'IIlI0l' Ixhau-I III,
lieutenant I'Il'VlIl In III
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Illnck I' III, II
Sclmol Truck III, II
5Cl1Il1'0 Hub II
Dramatic 1lnh II, III, II
Fire Dvpnrlment III
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Hans Ilnwehall III
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umor Class History
lNCE t h e t 1 m e
three years ago
when the class of
24 consrstlng of Hfty
two members came ln
as Freshmen we have
taken a promment part
ln all sorts of school
aCtlVltlCS rn E. l-l S
W: gh: Although we have now I-Hhs
dwindled to thlrty one rn number we have grown ln mtellect and
As Freshmen our mfluence was felt mamly through our number
As Sophomores we were up and gomv by Ulvlnv the most success
ful party of the year and by sendmg George Wrlght to Reno wlth the
basketball team as star forward
Our officers are approprlate representatives of the cla s and are
always there nn everytnmg beorfre Wrxght leads tm nst as presn
dent l-le rs promment rn basketball and rn nearly every other actlvlty
of the school
Elame Lang our vnce presldent was on the g rls vo l y ball team
that won the cup for our class Pat bmlth who IS r a ry Vsfallace
seems to delxght ln holding ofhclal posltlons and a tu g for b sldes
being finance supervlsor on th clty councxl and treasur r of D Laur
eola he was a leadlng character m Xvhat Happened to ones
Lucllle ohnston who does anythmg rn athletlcs from playmg basket
ball to dancing the latest dances IS our treasurer Last but not least
comes Dale Bell sergeant at arms Dale comes to us from Vancouver
Washington and ln the short trme that he has been wnth us he ha
shown up nn basketball Scnence Club Del..aureola What Happened
to ones and nearly everything else where good students were
The junlor Prom was everythmv that a class party could be
The splendld Splflt of co operatlon m the glvmg of this party IS worthy
We won the cup rn the Inter class basketball tournament and
out of ten boys ln the class sent George Wright Dale Bell and Erncs
Thompson to Reno to the state tournament
We agam won the cup for our class for mter class champlonshrp
ln tennls and the lndlvldual cup for Orrls tennxs lles between three
jumor glrls but the wmner has not been declded
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Sophomore Class HlSt0fy
Freshman Class of l92l held a meet
ln the first week of school and elected
e followlng officers Grval Ames
presldent Leslle Murphy vxce presldent
Clarence Ruch secretary Harold Hanson
treasurer and Edwln Ea er ser eant at arms
Blue and whlte were chosen for our class
ln due tnme we were hazcd by the sopho-
mores and m the field meet the sophs were the
Our annual party was a Gmgham Ball
ln our freshman year lVlelv1n Crltchley represented us 1n basket
ball and track breakm the state record of hlgh Jump Thxs year W
had Leslle Murphy on the team and he proved hlmself a valuable man
When school opened 1n 22 there were a few new faces but not
enough to fill the vacancles left by other members who falled to return
Among those who left were Thelma Anderson l..eo lVl1ller Mar
garet Lapeen Luella Kleckner Sydney Tr mewan lVlelv1n Crrtchley
Harold Hanson and Clarence Ruch Charles West Rose l-lutchl om
and Mozelle Frantzen were the new members of our class Later Ro e
left us to be marrlecl
Our party thls year was a masquerade and was glven the seven
teenth of March lt was attended by a lar crowd The lndlvldual
prlzes taken by freshmen and four jumor Qlfl took the group pr ze
We hope that all of our members wxll st'1y wlth us untll we have
fmlshed hlgh school
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Class of 1919
Mary Stenmger 1 now Mrs K L Wragg She lrves IH Elko
Homer Law IS m Elko employed at the Verdl Lumber Co
Prlscnlla ewell IS Mrs Arthur Stoker l1v1ng ln Reno
A nes Rlddell IS teaching 1n Hazen
Della Oldham IS stenographer 1n the law offices of udge E l..
Taber rn Elko
Wlnlfred Shlvely IS teachlng rn the Elko grammar school
ohn Stenmger IS employed m the offlce of The Free Press
Elko where he has char e of prmtlng thrs year s Pohob
Mane Lamon IS employed IH the office of U S Forest Servlce
Frankle Porter IS Mrs McK1ss1ck lrvxng rn Reno
Mary Sewell IS a senlor ln lVl1lls College Oakland
Marguerlette Patterson IS at Mllls College Calrf
esse Cullen IS m Susanvllle Callforma worklng for the S P
Charles Sewell IS a senior at Stanford Umw erslty
Marlon Drown IS prlnclpal of the Deeth school
Allene Wrlght IS ln the Flrst Natlonal Bank ln Elko
Class of 1920
Bertll Wahlund has flnlshed two years of work at the U of N He
is at present employed ln the Elko postofflce hut he expects
to return to the unxversxty ln the fall
Della Wood marrled Allan Carter March Zl 1923
Blll Thompson rs a umor at the U of N
Ruth Nesse IS studym art and deslgn ln Los Angeles
Chester Scranton has made an envrable record at the U of N
where he IS captaln of the football team
Orma Boyer IS at the U of N
Margaret Black rs deputy clerk of Elko County
Charles Flke IS a jumor at Annapolls
Marguerlte Belllnger IS stenographer ln the office of the County
Recorder of Elko County
Ada Curover IS ln the office of A W Hesson Co 1n Elko
Dorothy Mlddleton rs stenographer ln the law offices of Badt
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Mildred Thompson is in Elko employedlat the Forest Office.
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Class of 1921
Robert lVlcKee IS ln the law offlce of H U Castle
ane Worden IS ln a junlor college ln Salt Lake Clty
Barbara Stenlnger 19 a freshman at the U of N
lm Russell IS ln an electrlcal englneerlng school ln Oakland
Verle Leberskl IS a student ln the San ose Normal Callfornla
Gladys Clcala IS also ln the San ose Normal
Tom Hunter IS employed ln the postofflce ln Elko
ohn Hlgglnbotham IS employed IH Elko
Mlldred lVlcFall IS ln a Junlor college ln Sacramento
Hazel Sewell IS ln Mllls College Los Angeles
Samantha Stewart IS ln the Law Offlce of Otto T W1lll8mS
Yale W1lll8mS IS employed on the hl hway IH Battle lVlountaln
Udell Mlller IS employed by The Free Press ln Elko
Roscoe Brennan IS ln Oakland
Cluy Wahlund IS ln the postofhce ln Elko
Class of 1922
The followlng are freshmen ln the U of N
Frank Kappler On the freshman football team
Clerald Trescartes lS at hls home ln Lamollle
Wlnnlfred Drown IS at the San Franclsco Normal
Paullne ohnston lS wlth the Henderson Bank
Blanche l..aPeen IS ln Carlln
Leslle Clarcla IS wlth Cl S Clarcla Co of Elko
Dolly Cloodale IS ln the law offlces of E P Carvllle
Elfrleda Slmonsen 19 at her home ln Eureka
BCSSIC Strange IS teachlng at North Fork She expects to enter
the U of N ln September
Eleanor CUYICUX IS at her home ln North Fork
Herbert Sewell IS at Stanford UHlVCfSlty
Alberta Smlley IS emploved ln Relnhart Company s Store
lsabelle Clrlswold lS a student ln a Buslness College ln San Fran
Orene Henderson IS attendlng Mllls College
Nlles Bruce IS a freshman ln Pomona College ln C8llfOTDla
Mlnette Dreeben 1 at the UHlVCTSlty of Southern Callfornla
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HE soclal hfe 1n Elko Hlgh School has been one of 1tS d1st1nct1ve
features for the past year Of the SIX annual part1es the Cam
palgn Ball was the first soc1al Gatherxnff of the school term It
was a great success for It started the students out w1th enthuslasm
and soc1al lnterest for the com1ng term Then as one of the most
lmpresslve events of the year came the Senior party whlch lnaug
urated the yearly partxcs QIVCH by the four classes 1n thelr turn eacm
vylng Wlth the other 1n new forms of enterta1nment and socral 1nter
course Extenswe preparatlons are made by each class for 1tS yearly
party and each student takes the same zest ID makmg h1s party a suc
cess as he does 1n h1s school work These partles prove to be success
ful not only as a soclal feature but 1n estabhshmv a better acqualnt
ance among the pup1ls parents and faculty Class d1st1nct1on IS don
away Wlth and everyone mmfrles w1th h1s class mates 1n the even
mg s dance The new students soon bemome actlve members of E.
H S and 1f our good record as hosts and hostesses remcuns It W l
xnfluence many more new students to enter the h1 h school
After all the class part1es are over there 19 one soc1al event that
Stlll remams the Sen1or Ball to wh1ch every student anx1ously loak
forward It IS the usual custom for the un1ors to help the1r brothel
classmen 1n preparmv for the last party of the1r hrgh school days
The Semor Ball th1s year w1ll be strlctly formal the members of
the Senlor Class bemg allowed to lI'lVltC the1r fr1ends As th Semors
have been throughout thelr h10fh school course very act1ve member
1n SOCIHT affa1rs th1s last effort w1ll no doubt be the b st that they ha ve
ever undertaken and It Wlll leave 1n the m1nds of th Jllll0'O1l'lf7 st
dents the pleasant memor1es of the happy hours tney have spent at
the soc1al events 1n Elko H1 h School
THE CAMPAIGN BALL
NE even1ng 1n October the ent1re student body and faculty
assembled at the gymnasmm to take. III the fir t event of the
school year the Camp11cfn Ball
The parade began promptly at e1f1ht o clock Horns serpentme
and confett1 were d1str1buted among all The nolse that followed was
deafenlng Everyone was p pped up and w1ll1ng to do h1s share
ln the mldst of the danc1ng a member of the Repubhcan party marched
bravely across the floor leadmfr a n1ce llttle d1l1p1dated donkey labeled
The Defeated Democrat
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Shrimp vV1"lUUlC and coffe awaited us At twelve o clock the school
orchestra sounded the fmml lar stralns of Home Sweet Home and
Wearlly we trod homevx 1 d half orrx that xt was ox er
HE season of soclal events was commenced by the Semor Hal
lowe en party The ffymna rum wars transformed mto a wltches
den where black cats pranced and dxm lanterns threw out a
ghostly llght but clder and famrllar dance muslc soon reassured the
The dance started promptly at 8 o clock and everyone present
enjoyed ev ry mlaute of th evenmfv IU dance and laughter t1ll l l 30
when l-lallowe en r freshme mts of pumpkxn ple and coffee were served
rn the dlrnnfr room of the dorm1tory
THE JUNIOR PROM
N the ex emng of February I0th the Gymnaslum was the scene
of a delwhted cabaret party the unlor Prom Gay streamers
of the class colors orange and black were extended to the
walls from the wlngs of an lmmense butterfly that was suspended
from the center of the Celllng mhxle small butterflles fluttered above
th heads of th merry dancers After the Grand march whlch was
dressed m butterfly costumes gaxe out artlstlcally deslgned programs
and later rn the ct emn c J erved the guests wlth punch and de
llcxous frult salad and wafers
ATURDAY evenmff March seventeenth the Sophomore class
of 23 held nts annual partv at the Cymnasxum Accordmg to
custom the party was a masquerade at whlch lesters school
mates ffypsres 'md many other characters were represented
The dance hall wa decorated m the class colors blue and whxte
and the peo nl dwnc d merrllv all ex enmg 0 the muslc rendered bv
the five pre e s hool orchestra
Later ln tne evening the Judges awarded the selected prizes to
Alfred Kxnne representlng an old Qhxnaman Lucllle Cobabe a sun
flower and CSSIC Stmson May Stmson Fern Holland and Donna
Dove a ypsy group
At half pa t ten the Guests were conducted to the Domestlc Art
room wmch was tastefully decorated rn Green and whlte emblematlc
of lreland s Patron Samt A damtv supper was served by the refresh
ment commlttee and green candy mmts m the shape of a shamrock
furnlshed the favors
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contmued for a short tlme As Home Sweet Home was played
everyone presented voted A jolly Good Party
DE LAUREOLA ENTERTAINS
NDER the supervlsnon of the new presxdent the members of
De Laureola entertained the history students at an elaborate
receptlon The flrst part of the evenlng was glven over to a
short program whlle the remainder was spent 1n dancmg
One of the most noted achievements accompllshed by the mem
bers of De Laureola was the Chrlstmas soclal Gwen for the pleasure
of the faculty and VlSltll'lg members
The art room of the hlgh school was decorated rn bells and stream
ers of green and red and ln the rlght corner of the room stood an
evergreen Chrlstmas tree laden wlth gifts for all those presetn
A short program consisted of the following numbers The
Nxght Before Christmas by Gerald Fltzgerald whlch kept everyone
ln laughter A message from the faculty to Santa Claus by Thelma
Lam a talk by lVl1ss Knemeyer which was very xmpresslve and force
ful a song by the Senior uartet and a Perlod of Uncertalnty
whnch was successfully carrled out bv Douglas Castle and Mr An
represented by Wallace Smith After the program the guests were
taken to the Domestic Science room where the refreshments whlch
consisted of old time plum puddlng and coffee were served
THE. DORMITORY HALLOWE EN PARTY
N Cctober 28 the calm peace of the Dormntory llfe was dl
turbed by a gala event ln the form of a Hallowe en party The
dlnmg room of the Dormltory was transformed mto a dellghtful
place decorated most effectively wlth orange and black crepe paper
black cats wltches pumpkms and all manner of Hallowe en novel
The guests were ushered ln by two tall sllent ghosts who for
mally lntroduced each guest to Mlke a skeleton whlch stood wlth
stately dlvnltv ln a dlmly llghted corner of the room
A Turklsh Sultan escorted bx four falr Qrlental maldens re
posed ln a nook at one end of the room and amused the guests Wlth
Jests and anecdotes
Dancing was the mam event of the evenlnv and after refresh
ments were served 1n the form of pumpkln ple and coffee the guests
departed pronounclng the party a declded success
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Talk Don t Jabber
N Monday mornlnv anuary twenty second we found our way
to school beset with vanous colored dont s and the posters
at the doors announced a better Fnglnsh campalgn
The first event of the week was a student assembly at whlch three
lnterestmg and beneflclal speeches were delivered by Mlss Craig Miss
Roosa and Mr Harold Hale Mr Hale gave a series of mterestmg
lllustratlons on the importance of Good Enghsh ln journalism Then
we were made acqualnted wlth the program for the week Tags were
glven to the faculty and the student body classes bemg deslgnated by
colors Mxstakes made on Monday m pronunclatlon on Tuesday ln
grammar Wednesday m spellmg and the use of slang on Thursday
and Frlday were counted agamst each class as stars appeared on each
The week was one of terror xt seemed as lf every tlme we opened
our mouths we mlsspoke Thursday and Friday the supply of stars
gave out such were the slang demands
We breathed more freely when on Frxday the assembly bell
E. L Taber gave a humorous and worth whlle talk on good English
The debatlnv team argued the use of slang Then followed a plav
We knew very llttle about lt beforehand and our curiosity was aroused
to :ts hwhest degree
Almost Everym Ill was presented by members of the English
classes under the dlrectlon of Mlss Roosa and Mlss Craig lt was
a humorous one act plc ture of the trnal of Almost Everyman accused
of the murder of Miss English Language
The program was concluded by the final reckoning The sopho
mores earned away the honors of havmg fewest number of stars
freshmen second senlors thlrd and juniors fourth We glve most of
the credlt for the low statxstlcs of the upper classmen to Prof An
derson who surprised thcm with a spelhng evammatlon on spellmg
All ln all the whole week proved to be an Interesting experiment
one never before earned out m Elko H1
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marked the last event of the week. A good Program followed. judge
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exght boys en
rolled at the dor
mltory They were
Lynn Backus Elmer
Rutherford Leslle B
Woods DaVld O Nelll
ohn Cody Walter
ohnson jack Albm
and PIO Archxbal M rt
Pro evldently erther drd not lrke the rules and regulatxons of the
dormltory or the rnltlatxons xnfllcted upon the frosh by the upp r
classmen for he left the dorm after two weeks stay
After the thrrd week of school Wllllam Chadbourne entered th
hall after belng in the Hlgh Slerras all summer
On the last Frlday of Qctober the boys and glrls of the dorm
guest The guests were met at the door by ghosts and after being
recerved the guests were taken to the darkened dlmng hall where
another ghost wlth a ghastly looking face took each one by the ann
and led hlm across the darkened room by the ald of a small flashllght
to Introduce hlm to 'Vllke a skeleton After all the guests were
taken through thls procedure the lxghts were turned on and dancmg
was the order of the evenlng
An lnterestmd drversxon was furnlshed by Margaret Ryan and
the other member of the Happy SIX who dxsgulsed as the memb r
of a TUTklSh harem gave an exhlbltlon of mlnd readlng and qLlCStlOl1
answermg that was remarkable Every one voted the party a huge
After Chrlstmas Alfred Klnne came to stay at the dorm
lt was nothlng strange for lVl1ss Devereux to go mto the pantry
ln the mormng and Hnd loaves of bread and cans of frult gone r
even a ple or cake It merely was evldence that she had forgotten to
lock the pantry and that some one was lucky enough to Hnd It out
The mormng after we would all hear about the rald the night before
but of course no one knew anything about lt
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TO0thplCkS and water musrc and ghosts
ust De Laureola s way of playmg host
What means thls black cat parade
The Gym so very spooky made
Wlth wltches pumpkins and cats
Owls lanterns and queer hats3
The Semor party has come at last
Wrth musrc and dancmg the hours fly fast
Love Plrates of Hawau was grven tomght
A combmatlon of grass shlrts and pirates of mlght
Mixed wlth lots of music and all the rest
And voted by the publlc a b1g Glee Club success
Twas on thrs November date
We heard the first publlc debate
Resolved Three Th3DkS2lVlUgS be rn every year
No lastlng advanta e was galned we fear
From Ruth and Fltl after a hard run
30th to Dec 4th l922 Thanksglvlng vacation
oy' Blrss and Rapture' we shout
For five whole days school rs out
Eat plenty of turkey you ll need nts support
When you turn ln that late book report
Neath the soft glow of shaded llght
De Laureola s Christmas party was glven tonight
After a jolly program Santa came ln
Nlcely stuffed Wlth plllows and 1n a generous whim
Durmg the test of our judgment shocks we received
But the eats made up for xt we firmly belleved
MISS Knemeyer read us The Flrst Christmas Tree
F ar far better than CIVIC Pat say we
WlDHCmUCCa s defeated by snx pomts tomght
A glorlous game and a falr square fight
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As a prellmmary to our mxd year test
The second Lyceum Course we go to see
A jolly program by the Llttle Players Company
School starts again today
No poetry seems to come my way
We lay our plans for Better Engllsh Week
So we may learn the correct way to speak
They convxcted the vlctlm ln court today
We must terrorlze these Frosh so gay
For our Better Engllsh play the cast s selected
We hope no practices wlll be neglected
For Battle Mountain and Wlnnemucca our team
Wxnnemucca won 26 7l so we grleve
RahI Battle Mountain lost 20 Z3
Our Better Engllsh week started today
Wnth speeches by Hale Crang and Roosa
On pronuncxatxon the stress w1II fall
Talk dont abber poster command as nn the hall
Whxle the sllvery stars to our cards lovmgly clmg
Saymg we ve mxspronounced Pedxpalpeda or something
Grammar day IS day number two
Speak good English and your English will speak for you
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Thmk before you spell
We hear the teachers yell
And from the tollm of the bell
Spelling tests on us ram
Colden stars we all gain
We retallate Prof has ten
Fear the marks that flow from hrs pen
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Posters say Speak the Langua e of your Flag
lt s slang l Il tell the world Yes3 have a tag
For today s slang day the saddest of the week
Where s the darlng student who attempts to spea 3
A general assembly a good program too
udge your En I1sh lt udges you
ls the last slo an to appear
Better Engllsh Week ends for this year
Frrst mud year Exams Not a fit subject for poetry
Last Exams lncludmg Clvlc Patrlotlsm Ex
We see the team off for Fallon Sparks and Reno
Thxs w1II be the trlp trlumphant we know'
Well Sparks won 24 Zl
To do the same Reno and Fallon must go some
Could anythmg more glorlous be3
We ve won from Reno by pomts three'
Won Fallon game last for thls trlp
From Fallon s prxde took a wee mp
Rally at the tram to meet the boys
Whose playmg brmgs the school such loya
To General Assembly we run
To find out how the games were won
Lyceum Course number three
CIVCH by Colnnlal Players Company
Won from Metropolns ln a rather dull game
Cave them a dance to celebrate the same
The Jumor Prom s a great success
Absence of teachers one of the reasons I guess
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The first debate on the Lea ue of Natlons
Has sorely trled the students patxence
The team defeated Sparks before a blg crowd
And our Orchestra before 1ts first audlence bowed
Pondered the students as nn assembly they sat
Whlch IS the lesser of two evlls
A League of Natlons debate or CIVIC Pat 3
Celebrated Washington and Lmcoln s blrthday ln an
Had a program and what was better a half holrday
The l..1on Clubs Cup has been won by our team
Although after two trles a b1t doubtful It dld seem
Mr Long s talk was short and snappy
Tis such talks that make us happy
Ruth and Doug won the school Declamatlon contest
Today s the day to leave for Reno'
Teams Declalmers rooters let s go'
So very xmposslble nt seems that Elko d lose to Yermgton
We gloomlly s1t and wonder how twas done
Our sorrows now are chan ed to Joys
Wlnnemucca s lost to our boys'
First tls vlctory then defeat
ln the debate Reno was beat
A fr-w hours later Vxrmnxa from us hasl won
And so had Metropolls when the debate was done
Well there s som ho ors we can brmg back
On our Declalmers both first places were tacked
Some of you may thlnk lt sounds kind of funny
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But theres No place llke home when you re out of
The whole affalr was talked over today
Now we re ready for whatever comes our way
Pohob prctures wlll be taken lf the camera stands the stram
And our team leaves for Salt Lake on the 8 o clock tram
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We ve lost to Sprln vllle I9 to 58
Such has been the decree of fate
FIVC pomts defeated us ln the Elko Custer game
But we re proud of our team just the same
At 6 30 A IVI the team came ln and strove awake to keep
Whlle MISS Knemeyer spent the rest of the day catchmg
A vote of thanks to Prof who brought the boys back
Safe and sound wlth hearts mtact
Amerlcan Rell f Plctures were shown here
There ll be a hearty response we have no fear
What Happened To ones3 wlll soon b presented
Buy a tlcket early youll never repent lt
Theresa Sheehan s Company afforded good entertammnet
Although a number to see the Farr Hawauan went
Actlve work starts on the play
It needs a practlce every day
I9 l923 to Aprxl 3 I923 Sprmg vacatlon
Two days to prepare for the bunnles and one to recover
A short short tlme then lessons about us will hover
lh calendar now ets a rest
Pohob s on lts way to press
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lsraelltes namely the Sophs went forth ln battle array to smlte th
Phllnstmes Frosh ln the ensumg struggles the Sophs em rged
seated comfortable upon the Frosh as they succeeded rn annexlng a
greater number of pomts
If any one doubts the ablllty of the present -'veneratlon ln a rough and
tumble l refer you to thls Brethren xt w'xs the gnat s shm bones
Not bemg satisfied with lappmg uo larffe quantltles of dust th y
needs must shed other varlous and sundry llquxds namely gore
ln all we had a great time and loud IS our pralse to those doughty
Sophs and measly Frosh who so dld and dled
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The Lyceum Course and the Movles
HIS year new attractxons were added to those already m ex
rstence at our hrgh school rn the form of educatxonal movlng
plcture films and the course of lectures and muslcal entertaln
ments grven by the Nlrdland Lyceum Company
The Lyceum course consxsted of five numbers of worth The
first a muslcale put on by the Chlcago Orchestral Club was here De
cember 4 The second was by the Lrttle Players on December 29
Thls was a splendxd entertamment and everyone enjoyed lt The
Colonlal Players came on February 2 They put on an entertamment
of VEYIOUS kmds of numbers that kept everyone elther laughmg or
weeplng Un February 23 we llstened to a lecture by Stewart Long
The last number was presented on March 23 by the Theresa Sheehan
C Thls was one of the lu t of the SPTICS
Next year the course rs to be contmued Amonv the numbers
grven wrll be one by Fred Ward a famous lecturer and another by
the Ar onaut Players will be a play Martha B3 the Day
The educatronal films that w re shown at the gymnaslum wer
verv good and from them the students learned many thmgs of other
people and other plat Some of the films were not strl tly educa
tlonal but from these W l raned much also Such were Behold the
man and Les Mrs rablcs There were also some good plctures of
sports such as track tennis lum and horse racmg News of th
world was also put on the screen and sometxmes Mlss Knemeyer
would get klnd hearted enou h to let us out of CIVIC Patrlotlsm to
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OR a high school to turn out a wmmng
team lS a great honor but for a hlgh school
to turn out a team of poor losers IS a dls
grace It IS our arm to turn out a wmnlng team
and at the same t1me make good losers lf the
need arlses and It was wlth these alms IH View
that our team and coach embarked upon thrs
year s sea of basketball
New teams were encountered thls year
that Elko hugh has never before met and 1n
every game that was played Elko l-ll endeax
orecl to wm Up to tournament t1me fourteen
games were played eleven were won and three
lost Later ln the year these three vlctorxous
teams were defeated We are proud of thrs
year s record and we smcerely hope that Elko
H1 wlll always play the game and play lt
square as she dzd xn 1922 23 season
Thls year s war of basketball was started
wlth a call for volunteers by Coach Martle
About thrrtv recruits enllsted and after the exammatlon whlch took
a perxocl of somewhere around two months elghteen men falled to
pass It for varrous reasons
Wnth a squad of eleven men we were notlfled that we would
report to our trammg camp each afternoon after school
Wlthln the next month many sham battles were staged between
the first and second teams There were no casualtxes on elther SlCl
On December mnth the Battle Mountaln qumtet invaded our
terrltory and took us into camp by a score of I9 I8 From start to
finish both teams plaved about even up but ln the latter part of the
game Battle Mountain caged some spectacular shots whxch put them
ln a one point lead However It was Elko s fxrst game wule lt was
Battle Mountain s sixth Although beatc n we b lleve thls was a for
tunate defeat ln that we found out that m orcl r to be vlctorlous we
would have to fight and Hght hard
Another week was spent m takmv off the ragged spots that loom
ed up rn the Battle Mountam game and th n we were ready for our
lnvaslon of Nletropolls and Wells with a spmt to do or die We
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In the fall of 1921 Lynn began hlS
basketball career and though It was
h1s t'1rst playmg he ranked with the
best of them The season of 22 be-
an and lynn: was one of the three
Block F members of our team We
know of lynns power as a leader
Flko H1 h School he steexed them
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TYIIS wa lynns last year of play
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This IS Georges second year on the
basketball team and hlS playing
makes h1m a fawonte of all fans
GGOIRC has been responsible for more
than a few vlctones for Elko and hc
holds that responsibllity Wllh an ll
that shows how reliable he IS m txgh
George w1ll be Wlth us next sea or'
so we ate u1e of 'nn experienced
leader To see George ID action is a
tleat when he ets on the floor hts
'wtlons show that he 1s surrounded by
h1s nattnal atmosphere
ln flllllle yeals we expect to ste
Georges mme on some of o11r nt
tlon tl teams and we wlll not be dl
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drd rn the former place to a score of 20 I7
Enthused wxth our first taste of blood scant attire was agam
donned m Wells and the people of that clty were shown an offense
that was hard to stop and a defense lmposslble to elude The Wells
team put up a consistent fight but the speed of Elko could not be
retarded For our share of pomts ln the first half we drew I 5 to Wells
3 while m the second half I8 to Wells 3 makmg a total of 33 to 6
Followmg these successful battles was the Wlnnemucca game
at Elko We knew that thls year was no exceptnon to others and that
Humboldt County put out excellent teams so we prepared for heavy
After a good clean game m our gymnaslum Elko won wlth a
38 22 score
On the night of December I2 we found ourselves face to face
wrth the speedy Wmnemucca aggregatlon at Wlnnemucca The
game promlsed to be close as the Elko lads were determined to repeat
thelr prevlous vlctory whlle Wlnnemucca was resolved not to allow It
to happen agam They dldn t After overcommg a I3 pomt lead rn
the first half Wnnnemucca defeated Elko by a score of 26 ZI The
outstandmg feature of Wnlnemucca s playlng was the basket makmg
from the center of the Floor at the same tlme Elko s floor work was
The next night we encountered the Battle Mountain qumtet and
and snappy throughout The first ten mlnutes Battle Mountain led
by a margln of 8 pomts A burst of speed brought Elko into the lead
by the end of the first half by score of I6 I5 The second half was
closer than the first Elko makmg 7 pomts and Battle Mountam J
thereby makmg Elko 3 pomt wmners at the conclusion of the game
A league composed of Starr Valley Elko town American Leglon
and Elko County hlgh school teams played for the award offered by
the Lion s Club of Elko dunng the wmter
On Fnday mght December I9 the first games of the league
were played Elko I-hgh s first opponents were the speedy five from
Starr Valley ln thus contest the more regular tralnmg and coaching
told the story from the start of the game The speed of the hlgh school
could not be successfully coped wrth by the heavler team of the valley
so the victory was ours In the first half Starr made seven pomts
to Elkos I6 and I0 pomts to Elko s I3 m the second half Total
After a week of lntensxve trammg we invaded the western part
of the state Our flrst contest of the three game tour was wlth Sparks
This was a hut and miss game wxth no formatlons used on our
succeeded in defeating them by a score of 20-23. The game was fast
.INK Fl Rl0Nt
Jtck hls been m the ba ketballln
now for two years and has made
wonderful progress 'I'hou.,h he made
the flfqlt team for the first tlme this
year he 19 without a peer m hns post
txon as winning guard In L game he
IS everywhere and hls sklll ns lem uk
whlch counts. for hls success
Jack is leavin, us thls year and
F H S wlll certainly mmss hlm not
only ln basketball but ln tmck and
other actwltles Jack 1s 'mother um
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We all know Doug most espe
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yefu ends his third year as '1 v'1lu lble
mem on Llkos teflm He has played
hls posxtxon as auud honorably and
exerrl times th1ou,,h hls sklll not
only I9 '1 guard but ln makm goals
by long throws he has won the day
or Elko H 1 '1 WIDHQI of o
Block E honors .xwaxded only to th
members of the flrslt te'1m Doug, x
lscnuox md we ue sony to hxve
hlm leue Good luck to vou Dou
ln vom futule b'1sketb'1ll career
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part as th y were beln saved for the Reno battle the followmg even
mg lh cagmg of bask ts was done an almost equal number of tlme
by ea h sxde Wlth less than a mlnute to go the score ZI I9 ln favor
of E. ka Sparks mad two long shots and a free throw whlch put them
out wlth 24 pomts to our ZI
The next night anuary 26 we were ready to do what Elko had
never done before and that whlch no other team had done ln five
years that was to defeat Reno at Reno From the first sound of the
whlstle to the report of the gun It was a fight No Reno player hal
a fractlon of a second to lmger or else he found hnmself bottled up bv
no less than three men Elko followed the ball as lf they were tled
to It The first half flnlshed wlth Reno 2 pomts behmd I I 9 The
second half Reno came back strong and Elko came back stronger and
when half of the period elapsed Elko led by seven pomts Reno staged
a rally ln the last few mlnutes of play and tied the score ZI 2l So
eager to get ahead were they that they fouled three tlmes Elko made
each basket and when the last one dropped through the rmg the gun
signalled our victory 24 Zl
Tired happy and without a basketball we journeyed the next
day to Fallon ln Reno we heard many predlctxons of Elko s gettmg
thexr own floor These prophesles dld not dampen our spmts m the
least Elko H1 had slowed up considerably from two successlve games
but we proved ourselves stlll capable of breaking thelr guards The
first period ended with Elko s leading by a score of I0 4
ln the second perlod we were not clever rn outwlttmg the Fallon
guards as they held us down to one field goal while they managed to
make two The game was especlally snappy and clean and terminated
m another vlctory for Elko I2 8
Tournament tlme was drawing near wlth only two more hr h
school games scheduled Metropolls and Sparks
On February 3 lVletropol1s played us thexr thxrd game nn as many
mghts The stress of two successive games told upon them and they
were swamped by a 36 I5 score Subs were put m for Elko and they
played the blgger part of the Game Caulton of Metropolls was the
mainstay of thelr team and he made nearly all the pomts
On February I7 the Sparks basketeers allghted from numb r
twenty wlth hrgh hopes of maklnv our statement of holding back when
we played them at Sparks just a mere allbx for losmg the game
From the word go E. o H1 started and set a pace that Sparks
couldnt follow In the first perlod Elko led by J pomts However
rn the second perlod thls lead was not enough to prove Elko s sup
rlorlty and to convmce Sparks that we drd hold back the final scor
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Spud an Ill hman and a, Scrap
per bx birth IQ the mam tay of the
future teams of Elko Hlbh School
Spud Surprl ed uS all ln the flI"Sf
ameS th1S vea,r for lt WLS h1s flrst
attempt It ba ketball Under the care
developed 1nto '1 pl1ye1 th Lt de erves
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ontly memhel of our team to make rn
1llStar Stzte te'1m H1S flmt lette1
Wlll be ,Jven to hlm KIIIS year Aftel
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Tlns Ls Harrys flrsft year on the
ba ketball Squad and he h m d
h1m elf 1nd1 pen xble mmy lllfl du'
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plwe and mole hm lTl"lk11'l,., out
Harry lacked but one ,game to wlu
w1,S ,wen h0no11blc mentlon 1 C111
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stood 27 I4 1n favor of Elko
And so our season was drawlng to a close wlth one more hrgh
school game scheduled and only two more conference games to de
clde the league champlons
The second league game for us was wlth the town team The
first of the season the latter defeated us by an overwhelmmg score
so now we had a chance to even thlngs up Improvements IH our
playmv sounded the death knell of the town team and they were
trampled on by a 40 23 score
Thxs left the Leglon and the H1 school to Hght for the trophy
The game between these two was undoubtedly the best game wlt
nessed 1n Elko thls year At the end of the first half the Leglon were
behmd one pomt and at the end of the second half they made up thc
one pomt and thereby tled the score 37 37 An extra five mmute
perlod was played and the score was avam tled Flrst the l.. glon caged
a basket and then the hlvh school and so on untll the last few mmutes
of the second 5 mmute perlod when the hlgh school ma1nta1ned a 3
pomt lead and became the wmners of the cup presented by the Lion s
Club The excltement of the game was mtense fhe final score stood
45 42 for Elko H1
And now we come to the grand finale the tournament
The Hrst games of th tournament were started on March 7
Elko s first game was scheduled wlth Yermgton it 2 30 the same dav
The defeat of Elko by X ermgton came as a surprlse to every one even
Yerxngton Elko could not seem to reach the former strlde that had
won for them so manv games Yermvton lmmedlatelv took the lead
but Elko was not far behlnd Elko s baskets repeatedly bounced out
or else some other lll luck occurred that finally cost Elko the game
Elko tralled Yerlnfrton by a scor of l l 9 at the first half Th second
half was a repetxtron of the first only a but worse for Elko Never once
drd we glve up but our efforts se med futxle and Yermgton got away
wlth the vlctory I7 l I
The next day we played Vfmnemucca ln this contest Wmne
mucca was vanqulshed by a scor f 31 I5 Elko snapped lnto part
of therr prex lous form and consequently made the crowd wonder why
Yermgton defeated us
Th next contest was wlth VITUIDIH Clty on the followlng even
mg Avaln Elko was b 'xten by a twlst of Fate s decree Elko had
perhap the hardest luck that 'x mv t am could be bestowed with as far
as basket shootmg 1n thls game was concerned We were out of the
runnlnof wlth thms last d feat so there was nothlnfv else to do but to
come home and that W wc re cflael o do Although we are not stat
champlons we bCllCVC that we have passed through a very succes ful
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season and hope that Elko s team next year wlll profit by xt
We Just stated that the season was over but lt wasn t Less than
a week later we were on our way to Salt Lake to partlclpate rn the
lnter Mountam champnonshlp
The Salt Lakers proved to be cordial hosts as everythmg possnble
we are sure was done to entertam and make us comfortable We
were guests of the West l-llgh School who entertamed us royally at
the school and then took us ln cars to see the polnts of mterest rn the
clty Although we won no games ln thls tournament we were so
favorably impressed wrth West Hlgh s sportsmanshxp and hospltallty
that we want to go back next year and then every year after that
Manual Trammg Exhibit
RACK at Elko H1 IS always looked upon ln a very favorable
lrght Perhaps lt IS because of the splendld materlal at hand or
perhaps there are not enough contests for one to tzre of the
sport Certamly the lure of the man agamst man struggle plays an
lmportant part when one team meets another
Whatever the reason our 1923 track season blds to be one of
many successes At the start more than thrrty men appeared amon
these myrxads of untrled However wlth last year s team to bunld
upon Cas we lost but two menl and a couple of finds we stand
to make a strong bld for state champlonshlp wlth a fast and well bal
ack Furlong our sklpper struts hrs stuff m the hurdles hugh
jump pole vault Javelm and relay ln the sprmts we have a tough
combination Backus Hennen Stapp and Murphy ln our welghts
Castle and l-lenen are promment while ID the field events and the
remammg track stunts we have Rutherford ln the pole vault Kennedy
Smlth and Carvalho nn the dlstances wlth the Jump m the hands for
feet of Stapp Murphy and Thompson
The early part of our season was devoted to takmg out the stlff
ness and no part of the track was m danger of bemg burnt up by
Our mterclass meet was our flrst chance for a workout and
many were the hopes raxsed that day The Senlors carried everythlng
away but nevertheless trrals were made and races run that showed
up our bunch to be the best ever
lmmedlately after thls event our squad suffered a cut and o lv
em was the cry the grass and weeds were smged at the edge of the
track and so many cmders torn up that for a whlle we feared that
a tornado was coming But we were fooled nt was only the 220 men
Hey fellows comes the cry Prof has arranged for a meet
wlth West H1 ht Aw gwan Yes slr next Frlday Then
step uo our mlghty coach and adds these words Yes Frlday and
l want you fellows to show them that we re not as easy as they think
Cheers Applause etc Nlext day Why ln thunder IS Prof
rm mf' us so hard3 Heck why docsn t Salt Lake stay home? lm
not gomg out there and kill myself off3 Oh well lt s for the school
anyhow let s go And regardless of all to the contrary we dad vo
to the extent of wmnmg hurdles pole vault shot put and broad
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jump and placmg at least second and most or the trme thrrl ll all
other events However our efforts w r doomed to failure as NV t
H1 took the meet by a score of 77 45
ln this meet several records were broken the Rocky Mountain
record for the javehn throw was bested by Carmen of West Hugh with
a throw of I69 ft 2 m and the Nevada state record ln the pole vault
was shattered by Furlong of Elko wrth a vault of I0 ft 9 mches Fur
long has slnce beaten the state record IH the 220 low hurdles doing
them rn 27 3 5
Our season now draws to a close with but ten men left These
ten wlll represent Elko Hugh at the state meet ln Wlnnemucca Mav
24th and 25th and wrll do all that I9 posslble to brmg home to Elko
glad tldmg of victory that they were unable to brlng last year By the
looks of thmgs at the present time Elko should plle up enough count
ers to at least have a splenchd chance for flrst and down nn our hearts
although we are not saymg much a convlctron rs formlng that the
eagle of victory must hght upon our standards For the most of us
It IS the end the last struggle we shall ever fight for Elko and when
such a spmt IS present we feel as drd the Spartans To come hom
wlth our shlelds or not to come at all
ln the events the following will partlclpate
50 yard dash Backus Stapp
l00 yard dash Hennen S app
220 yard dash Stapp-Hennen
440 run Kennedy Smlth
880 run Kennedy Sm t 1
Nlxle run Carval o
HVCIID Castle Furlong
220 low hurdles Furlong Bxc us
l20 hxgh hurdles Stap-9
Broad ump Backus S pp
Hugh lump Thompso Fu long
P0lC Vault Furlong Rutherford
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Girl s Athletics
amor Clas Volley Ball Team
l !S ,fear the gms of t. l'l S ha .fe b en 'iCtlVC ln some branch s
of athletxcs whlle ln others nothmg has been done
Basketball the old favorlte was done away wxth for gurls
due to the b llef that It would be mjurlous to those concerned How
ever mterest was created by volley ball and ln the mterclass contests
the umor fnrls came out vlctornous ln the game somethmg lxke tlns
was h ard Aw rlght now you unlors H lt hlt nt hlt lt'
Fur the lov o lVllke look at er swmv That hlt 1ns1de3 That s
not fair why l though? Look out' Oh heck But wlth all of
thls the volley ball tournament passed lnto hlstory
Now lnto the llmellght steps the sport tenms Girls playing m
smgles doubles and mx ed doubles crowd th courts and keen com
petltxon relvns lVlanv ar the turned ankles and skinned knees whe 1
some of the falr but sometime awkward sex pulls a boner
When all IS said a md done however we hnd our glrls a bunch
of Good sports and llve wires and we feel sure that ln the future lf
track and basketball are mtroduced here as ln other places we ll flnl
our Ulrls up a d at em and r'1 kmg wlth the b st m all lmes of sport
OON after the opening of school the teams representing the dxf
ferent classes found themselves practlcmg hard for a week ln
order to fight for the class basketball champlonshxp Much de
pended on bemg vlctorlous as the vlctors would be allowed to tue thelr
colors on the cup and to strut proudly up and down the hall The
senlors were doped out to wm as they generally are and the frosh
were almost entirely forgotten N t came the sophs and jumors to
vue for second and thxrd places 'lhe first games played found the
sophs jumors and semors tled for fnrst place Another set of games
w re started and again the prospects looked lxke a tle with the best
of lt o the sud of the JUIIIOTS If the semors won a three cornered he
would be knotted and could be unraveled only by another set of games
but to save time the juniors stepped out and defeated the semors by
a score of 25 27 lt mlght also be sand that the frosh llved up to ex
pectatxons and won last place
OR many years baseball m Elko H1 has been a thmg of the past
but the baseball burr has found its way back and IS stlngmg
harder each year
Thls year mter class baseball games were played and a pennant
score of I6 2 From the materlal of the class games a hugh school
team was orvamzed and regular practlces held However there were
not many hlgh school baseball teams m the state wlthm a reasonable
distance and so no games were scheduled
N mter class track meet was held Frlday afternoon May 4 ln
whlch all the classes m the school partrclpated The semors
won flrst place wxth 82 pomts the junlors second wnth 2l the
freshmen third wlth I9 and sophs last with 5 credlts Splendid ma
terlal was dlscovered for future use and hlgh hopes were ansed for
lnterschool vlctorles m the future
LTHOUGH not a major sport m Elko H1 tenms ns rapidly
gaming favor among the members of the student body
A hlgh school would hardly be complete m every field
so all the tenms players were entered m a tournament thus year When
th ames were conclud :l B111 Tab r carrled off the cup for the boys
while Norme Hanna had defeat d all comers among the girls A hand
om trophy wms award d to each champlon
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TUDENT government has been more than ordlnarlly successful
this year More mterest has been shown in the electxons and
m the makmg of laws for the guldance of the cltxzens of Elko
umor than ln any of the precedmg years
Besndes passmg many ordmances of lmmedlate applncatlon such
as the one prohlbltmg runnlng 1n the halls the Board of Supervlsors
has made provlslon for future lmprovements by appomtmg a com
mnttee to revxse the Charter and the Crlmlnal Practlce Act whxch at
present IS too long and cumbersome Pros 1s1on will be made for a
police court to try mmor offenses wlth less red tape than IS at present
necessary Measures have also been taken looking to the planting of
trees and grass upon the campus and to the lmprovement of the ten
We feel certam that the students have derlved much good from
the duty of the cltlzen under lt Student government has done much
to mcrease school spmt The faculty and admmlstratlon have also
been benefited for student Government takes care of those who v1o
late the rules of good order and the bank department takes care of
all the bllls
The followmg were the officers of Elko umor nn 1922 23
Mayor Wallace Hrggmbotham udge of the lVlLlnlClpal Court Gerald
Fltzgerald Cnty Attorney Douglas Castle Supervlsor of Athletxcs
Lynn Backus Supervlsor of Finance Xvallace Smlth Supervlsor of
Fire and POIICC George Hennen Supervlsor of Publlc Property
Elko Junior, for they have learned a great deal about government and
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The Sclence Club
HE Sclence Club ln 1923 finds rtself ln 1ts second successful
year It was orgamzed by a number of Semor boys who were
mterested m sclence and to It were admrtted last year many other
students who were at that tnme quahfied for entrance
There are four veteran members Gerald Fxtzgerald presxdent
Wallace Taber vrce presldent Douglas Castle secretary treasurer and
Lynn Backus custodlan who wlth the asslstance of lVl1ss Knemeyer
and Mr Anderson started the club off thls school year Many new
members joxned m the late fall to enjoy and be benefited by the work
The programs thus year have followed the general toplcs m
Thompson s Outlrne of Sclence blology and electrrcrty Several
speclal toplcs have also been dlscussed before the club by promment
Elko men fMr Bob Catlm and Mr Lyder of the Catlm Shale Plant
gave to the members of the club and other students who were mter
tested a clear explanatron of the plant and nts chemxstry Dr Roan
tree gave a short dlscusslon and demonstratnon of the X ray At later
meetmgs the club became mterested ln radlo An mstructlve as well
as enjoyable evening was spent at the A lVlcBr1de home lxstenlng
rn and at another one the members w re treated to a vlslt to the
Radlo Statlon and lectures concernmff tue rudlo and how lt operates
of the club at the hlgh school gymnasxum on the subject of earth
quakes Dr ones has done much practlcal geologlcal work ln thls
state and hrs address was very rnterestmv The last regular meetmg
was held at the Catlm Shale Plant w re the members of the club
were conducted through the e tlre pla t
SCICHCC Club w1th D Laureoa will QIVC a farewell banquet tn
the members of the gradua mg class at the end of the term
Scxence Club Roll Mr George Anderson Dale Bell Bnll Chad
bourne Lours Carvalho Opal Curleu B1 IC Clawson Douglas Castle
Elsbeth Dove Donna Dove ack Furlong Gerald Fltzgerald Ray
mond Griffith Charles Geyman Wallace Hlggmbotham George
l-lennen Loxs Hesson Norlne Hanna Edrth Keys r Nlnss Bertha Kne
meyer Thelma Lam Marguerlette McDermott Ernest lVlclVlurtrey
Bxlhe Puett Elmer Ru h r ord Nnss Margaret Skaggs Ella Strange
La Von Strange Wallace Tab r Ernest Thompson
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regard to members however new ones Joxnecl and at the
present txme this orgamzatlon IS at hugh standard with 1n1t1a
tions entertainments and serlous work on its program
De Laureola rs an honor socnety for students of hlstory It came
mto hugh school life durmg the year I9l6 under the supervlslon of
MISS Alice Brennen whose ambrtnon was to create an mterest m thus
department At the present time Mr Anderson and Mlss Roosa are
the advlsors and under thelr leadershlp a brlght future rs predlcted
for our club
As to the actrvltnes of thrs group of hrstonans we find that among
the less serrous ones lI'Iltl3tl0I1S hold first place CNote procedure as
descnbed nn a special artlcle ln the latter part of thus bookl
On October I3 l922 a reception was given to all members of
hxstory classes At thls dance given at the Dorm we explamed our
alms and made welcome the posslble new members
A Christmas party was extended to the faculty Cmany mysterles
berng dlsclosedl whlle fun and plum pudding were the order of the
Thls sprung a new plan was adopted for meetmgs A leader rs
mg to outdo the other nn regard to the best meetmg and lf thlngs go
on as they have started thls method blds well to be successful
Durmg the Commencement week rn une De Laureola joms wlth
the Science Club ln extending to the outgoing Senlors a banquet
Only students who do an exceptnonally hrgh grade of work are
admltted to the ranks of D Laureola At the present tlme our or
ganxzatlon members some twenty sxx members who do everything ln
thelr power to advance our standmg and nt rs the wxsh of those of
us who leave De Laureola that the remammg members carry on to
such an extent that the club wlll gam a status never before equalled
The Roll Ceo H Anderson Lvnn Backus Dale B ll Douglas
Castle Wllllam Clawson Opal CUYICUY Donna Dove Elsbeth Dove
Gerald Frtzgerald Normne Hanna Lols Hesson Laverne Holland
Edrth Keyser Thelma Lam Marvuerltte M Dermott Margaret Mc
Murtrey Elva Reed Angle Roosa Margaret Ryan Wallace Smlth
Ella Strange Lavon Strange Wllllam Taber Mary Margaret Thomp
son Villa Walters George Wright
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HAT the students of the Elko County l-llgh School have a real
mterest m musrc IS shown by the enrollment of more than half
of the Hugh School IH the two Glee Clubs
Both Glee Clubs are well balanced for three part srnglng The
Boys Club has several good volces for solos Among the glrls Thelma
Lam has a rlch alto solo volce and Edna Ernst Ardath ackson and
Lenore Miller are all pleaslng soprano sololsts
The Crlee Clubs are fortunate ln having excellent accompamsts
Ardath Jackson for the boys and Elsbeth Doxe for the glrls
Each Glee Club has a repertolre of about twenty five songs of
conslderable variety Besldes slnglng m assembly both clubs have
taken part ln a muslcal program at the Presbyterlan Church and the
boys have sung at a meeting of the Elko LIOHS Club
The operetta Love Plrates of Hawan glven by the cornb1ne.l
C-lee Clubs was a splendld success ln thls operetta Edrth Keyser
Coralee Harbm Douglas Castle and Cerald Fxtzgerald dlcl dellghtful
work as sololsts
The glrls are now worklng on a contata lVlay th Malden l
May as a culmlnatlon of the year s work the Glee Club tue Orches
tra and other muslclans of th school will 1011 xn a 1 estnval of Mus c
Both Glee Clubs have been under the efhclent dlrectxon of Miss
The Love Plrates of Hawau
l-IE productlon of the operetta Love Plrates of Hawan star d
out as an event of the school year The performance was gnv 1
by the Gxrls and the Boys Clee Clubs under the dlrectxo O1
MISS Skaggs From the rlslnv of the curtam on the beautrful l-lawana 1
girls to the finale when the slxty five performers jomed m a resoundm
chorus not a moment lagged The bold and dashmg pirates made a
dellghtful contrast to th dreamy l-lawanan grrls Thelma Lam Edna
Ernst Lenore lVl1ller and Ardath ackson were pleasmg sololsts Edxtn
Keyser was a most charmmg Dorothy D ar Coralee Harbm a very
amusmg lVl1ss Pnmer Douglas Castle as Bllly Wood proved a wo
denul lover and G rald lqltzgerald th brave Pirate Chlef surrenderel
only to Mlss Prlmer The slngers were wonderfully supported by h r
accompanlsts Ardath ackson and Elsbeth Dove The p oductlon wa
a performance long to b r m mbered with joy
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THE GLEE CLUBS
ONORS have come to the Debatmg Class thls year Upholdmg
the afflrmatlve slde of the quest1on Resolved that the Unlted
States Should Enter the League of N8t1OnS the Elko team
conslstmg of Thelma Lam and Gerald Fltzgerald won from Reno ln
the state meet while Ruth Streeter took first ace ln the glrls and
Douglas Castle first place ln the boys state declamatlon contest Th
fact that our debaters were later defeated by a two to one declsxon by
MCtT01l1S drd not materlally lessen our Joy over havmg won from
our old rlvals m the western part of the state
ln addltlon to debatmg rn class the students studled the book o'1
Martle obtamed thus book for the debaters early IH the school year and
they had fimshed over half of lt by the end of the first semester Dur
mg th1s tlme several debates were conducted rn General Assembly
Most of these were of a humorous nature and afforded much amuse
ment for the aud1ence lf not for the debaters The last of these d
bates held dlrectly after the Chrxstmas vacatlon IS a good example
The subject Resolved That the use of slang should be dlscouraged
by hlgh school pupils wa upheld on the affirmatlve by l..ou1s Car
valho and George Wnght and on the negatxve by Douglas Castle and
"Argumentat.ion and Debate," by d'Neill, Faycock and Scales. Profs
B111 Clawson The declslon was glven ln favor of the afhrmatlve after
a very mterestlng and humorous debate ln these debates the mem
bers of the debatlng class recelved the trammg necessary for thexr suc
cess xn thls lxne The puplls showed a Great deal of proflclency 1n the
preparatlon and dellvery of the debates
Preparations for the bl debate of the year took place nmme
dlately after the second semester began Prof lVlart1e dlvlded the class
1nto two sectlons one for those who wanted to try for the debate for
the state contest and the other for those who wanted to try for the
state declamatlon contest The five who selected the former were
Thelma Lam Gerald l:1tzgerald George Wrlvht Wallace Smith and
LOUIS Carvalho The remalmng four Dauglas Castle Ruth Streeter
B111 Clawson and Lynn Backus resolved to take thelr chances on de
After a great deal of preparatxon the debaters held two debates
m General Assembly on the subject chosen for the state contest Thus
was Resolved That the Umted States Should oln the League of
Natlons The dec1s1on was glven to Thelma Lam and Gerald Fxtz
gerald ln both cases They upheld the afflrmatlve avamst Louls Car
valho and Wallace Smlth the first txme and the negatxve agamst George
Wrxvht and LOUIS Carvalho IH the second debate
The tryouts for the declamatlon contests were held on March 2
Douglas Castle won the bovs contest and Ruth Streeter the glrls
One week later they won the two state contests thus showmg that
Elko IS capable of produclng wmners Much credxt should be gxven
to MISS Cralg and Mrs Frame for thelr excellent help
Well satlsfled wlth the results obtained the Debatmg Class once
more settled down to hard work wxth the determxnatlon to keep up
thelr good work
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The Lnons Club Scholarshlps
S evldence of the extent to whxch the people of Elko County
stand behind thelr hlgh school IS the announcement of two
scholarshlps to be offered each year by the Elko County Llons
Club to the students of thls lnstltutlon as an lncentlve to good scholar
shlp and the best use of the educational advantages that are avallable
One of these scholarshlps IS to be purely honorary rn character
and wlll be glven to the student rn any class who makes the hlghe t
record m has school work for the year There wlll be no stlpenl
attached to the award but a medal wlll be presented to the w1nn r
as a symbol of the commendatlon of the club ln honor of Mr Edwm
E Came of Elko one time prmcnpal and for many years a strong
supporter of everythlng that made for the betterment of the hlgn
school thls scholarship will be known as the Edwin E Came Me
A second scholarshlp rs establlshed for the purpose of helping
contlnue ln hrgh school some student or students who mlght other
wise find rt rmpossnble to complete thelr educatxon It wrll be awarded
to the deservmg student or students whose earnestness of purpose and
seriousness of attltude toward school work combined with good schol
arshlp ments recognltlon Only members of the three lower classes
wlll be elrglble for thls award
Wnnners of both scholarshlps for this year wlll be announced
ln provldmg these splendld rewards for lndustry and application
the Lxons are only adding one more to a long llst of measures devxsed
to add to the efhclency of the school and demonstrate thelr recognltlon
of its great importance to the commumty
Two other prlzes were made avallable to the boys and glrls of
the school thrs year by the Nevada Educatlonal League This organl
zatlon offered three prxzes of twenty flve dollars fifteen dollars and
ten dollars respectively for the three best essays written by hngh school
students ln each of five dxstrlcts ln the state on the subject How
the Towner Sterlmg Blll VV1ll Benefit Educatlon Both flrst and
second places ln thls dlstrnct whlch conslsted of Elko Eureka and
Xvhrte Pme Countles were taken by members of thls hrgh school
Ella Strange bemg wmner of the twenty Hve dollar prlze and LOUIS
Carvalho of the fifteen dollar one
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I-hgh School Orchestra
HE Elko Hlgh School Orchestra was reorgamzed anuary I2
l923 under the chrectlon of MISS Muller
ThlS class started wlth about twenty pupils Very few had
lnstruments but these were ordered and bought b y the puplls O me
lnstrument the cello ns furnished b y the school Several pupl s are
takmg prlvate lessons and as soon as they are capa le of manavmg
thelr parts they wlll enter the orchestra
ln spite of the fact that thus organlzatlon has worked under va
nous dlfhcultles It has made conslclerable progress They are learn
mg to play good muslc
An orchestra IS not alone a thmg of pleasure B ,I the very m
terest and enthuslasm which nt arouses lt IS a tremendous lnfluence
for promotmg the welfare and prosperxty of the Hugh School It 1
an asset and an advertlsement-one whlch repays many times over
for all tlme and money spent ln addltlon to the public benefits which
an orchestra affords are the great opportumtnes xt offers to the IH
Those who 10m the Orchestra should be music lovers, wlth a cle
sire to make a success of the unclertakmg, and be wnllmg to practice
diligently on good music
HE one accomplishment of the Dramatic Club this year is the
play What Happened to ones'-' presented the fourteenth of
April lt was a comedy in three acts with a laugh for every
minutes of its presentation
The cast included a Professor of Anatomy Dale Bell his wife
Thelma l..an1l his three daughters Elsbeth Dove Coralee Harbin
and Marguerite McDermott a Sultor Elmer Rutherford ones
Douglas Castle a Bishop f Wallace Smith an old maid fl.a Verne
l-lollandl a policeman fW1ll1am Stappl an escaped lunatic Louis
Carvalho, and a Swedish servant girl Margaret McMurtrey Th
presentation was a comolete success and the actors received hign prais
for the excellent manner in which they played their parts
The Dramatic Club was organized by Miss Gertrude ohnson
English instructor in l920 when several entertainments were given
under her supervision Last year after Miss Craig and Miss Roosa
reorganized the club under a new constitution it was very succes ful
with its work
ln the preamble to its constitution the aim of the Dramatic Club
as an organization is given as follows To increase appreciation and
Credit for tm pr nt e istence of the Dramatic Club is due to
Miss Craig and Miss Roosa without whose guidance it could have
There is nothlng else in the school which in any way takes the
place of this very valuable and interesting activity and the gratitude
of the club for two very successful years IS extended to our two Eng
The active members of the Dramatic Club are
l..ynn Backus Elizabeth Bell Dale Bell Louis Carvalho Hilano
Carvalho Orlando Carvalho Douglas Castle Miss Craig Billie Claw
son Opal Curleux Elsbeth Dove Gerald Fitzgerald Blodwm Griffith
Coralee Harbin LaVerne Holland Lois Hesson George l-lennen Ar
dath aclcson Pat Smith Edith Keyser Thelma Lani Elaine Lang
Vlarofueritte MCD rmott Margaret lVlclVlurtrey Agnes Porter Beulah
Porter Billie Puett Miss Roosa Elmer Rutherford Margaret Ryan
Ellen Russell Elva Reed Ella Strange Ruth Streeter Fay Sh lton
William Stapp Charles West B mice Vlfoodhouse
The officers for this year are Douglas Castle president Dale
Bell vice president Margaret Ryan secretary treasurer and Miss Ett i
ean Craig dramatic advisor
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ARLY ln the year the students of the General S 1 e Cla ses
thlnklng lt would enable them to deepen thelr lnterest ln sc nce
formed a club Accordmgly a commrttee prepared a constltu
tlon makmg all members of the General Sclence Classes and all Soph
omores mterested ln science ellvlble for membership Some thirty
persons jomed and agreed upon the name stated above Meetlngs
were held every two weeks and many subjects studl d lncludlng gases
electrxclty fire freezmg mlxtures and at the final meetmg a demon
stratlon of radlo was glven
As presldents Horace Wrlght and l 89llC XVood have served with
Elxzabeth Bell as acting chalrman for the provram commlttee
There were some vlcxssxtudes some dlscouragements but we be
lleve that the Interest m SLICDCC was mtcnsxhed by the club
EARLY all the l92l 22 faculty enjoyed the work and manage
ment of the Elko County l-llgh School so well that they re
tumed to resume thelr work ln the fall of l922 Only G H
Bell manual trammg who had obtamed work m Calrforma and Mlss
Yundt art and French who because of ull health was unable to re
sume her work were absent from the old faculty When school
opened R V jones who has had several years experxence rn teach
mg and nn coachmg athletics took Mr Bell s work and has carrred on
very efflcnently the classes m manual trammg Two weeks after school
opened Mrss Genevxeve Robison from Smith College Mass a Hmshed
vnolmlst came to take the classes m French Freshman English and
Cxrls Physlcal Trammg At Christmas tnme the unexpected happened
and Ollre May Creathouse deserted the ranks for Calrforma and
Hugh No break ln the Spanlsh and Latrn classes occurred for Mlss
On our faculty we have two Math sharks one skrlled fiddler
one who has studled Spannsh m lts natlve country and lnves up north
one who led men to vnctory on the French front and one who fired
the brg guns that made vlctory possrble one who makes a specral
study of all retarl catalogues one skrlled hunter commonly known as
uack quack one who lately asprres to bronco bustm one
who plays U the cornet one who teaches the students to warble
and two En llsh cranks
We know that the old faculty wlll never work together another
year The Math department wrll mrss the efficient leadershlp and the
faculty the clever wrt and gemal frxendshlp of Miss McRae M
Martle has accepted a posltxon m the Umverslty of Nevada s physlcal
trammg department and while Miss Robison wlll probably remain m
Elko we cannot hope to have her on the teachmg force
Mildred Rauner took up the work where Miss Greathouse had left it.
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HE txme IS 2050 The scene IS the gymnaslum of the Elko
County Hlgh School on the occaslon of a reunlon of the Class
of l923 Wallace Taber who has grown very tall and slender
has just entered with hls Wlfe a very small delxcate lookmg woman
sllghtly older than he He IS dressed 1n the umform of a Major Cen
eral ln the Unlted States Alt SCTVICC and carrles hxmself wlth the a1r
of a veteran He goes from one to another of hls former classmates
shakes hands and converses wxth each as follows
Mr Backus how are the snoops Com1ng3 You seem to be a
pretty good cartoomst good lookmg anyhow How are you feelmv
Hullo Mr Castle how are Mrs Castle and all the httle mlnar
ets3 After what you sand when you edlted the Pohob l certamly dldn t
suppose you would take up journallsm But the flappers Weekly
whlch you edlt IS a successful magazlne
Y Wlmy Elsbeth Dove dmd you
---- wrlte that book3 Great pollywogs but
l d1d 1 t thl l lt posslble for you to take
aft r E1 or Glynn' Well l t It pass
thls tlme but don t let It happen agam
Oh lVlr Elllott you seem to be a successful business man But
I don t llke your busmess lt sounds had for an apparently honest
man llke you to be Pr ldent of the Elllott Food Adulteratlon Com
For the love of oysters IS that you F1tz3 Dldn t l see you
rndlng ln a frelght car thls morn1ng3 It IS certamly too bad that you
have become a Weary Wlllle
NX Mr Furlong l expected to see you take
uw muslc but l am certamly dlsappolnted twat
I ,XJ yuu have taken up jazz mstead Of course the
two are dlstantly related but l had rath r not
s e s ou the manager of Furlong s az? Boobxes
Xvell Charlle Ceyman have you
vented anythmg else to put on your G w m
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record again by gomg 235 mlles an hour Pretty good speed
Hello Ona you look well and happy You re the first of the
grrls of the old Class of 23 l ve seen yet who has marrled and settled
down That s a nlce looking llttle boy of yours
Hello George Hennen fpronounced Hee nan what are yo.1
domg3 Llve xn Omaha you say3 Oh l see you re announcmg for
W O A W the radlo station of the W O W s You look happy and
llght hearted also lrght headed Psst what made your nose red
anyhow3 That s why you re so happy IS 1t3
l..o1s lt looks llke you have a man s job Oh well l guess men
and women are almost equal now days ex en lf women do have th
advantage You re nlce lookmg cranking that movmg picture camera
anyhow It must be great takmg prctures of the Yalps and alrplanes
and all those thmgs
Well for land sake land substxtuted b
6,-,Qs ause this rs to be prmted Delbert Holland
fou sure have a great scheme for getting
fwwnc ,vealthy Vrllage doctor and und rtaker What
drd you do wlth your scruples D bbf3
Well just look who s here Wallace
l xffgmbotham president of the Class of 27
also a rallroad man and now presldent of the
Klllem Off Rallway Company
Speed IS lt true that you ar gOlDg to m rry
fl? your secretary lVl1ss Kcyser3 Verv good
Next oh yes here you are H rry Kennedy
Well you lazy bum You got a Job bemg a show
case model rn a dry goods store Are you recuper
atmg from all the runmng and baseball playlng you
used to do You say that s Ruth Woodm over
there shes your wife IS she3 Well Woodm that
Mxss Margletteskn lVlcDermottsk1 fresh from
Petrograd where she has been dancmg her new
dance the curlmg elbow twlster Well well Mar
garlette dldnt thmk you d decelve the pubhc by
callmg yourself a RUSSIHH Ballet dancer
Where dld you say Earny lVlclVlurtrey was3 Up m Starr Valley
runnlng hrs wlfe s ranch3 Yes yes qulte natural l ll say
Hello Brllle Vvhat was that S1011 l saw today3 Tomght
Bully Puett m The Purple Syrocket a thrrlllng serial of the jungle
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sode at this theater next week Good work Bxllle El note Brllr
IS also named Zarllla He s a woman lxke Geor e Ellot
Elmer Rutherford so you pltched the xxrlhlte Sox to th over
whelmlng vlctory of 36 37 today d1d you3 Note Rutherford
didnt pltch as badly as the other p1tcher
Look at the blg fat fella that thmks he s an ofhcer IH the navy
just because he s a boatswam That s Blll Taber he always was a
brg fat fella that thought he was something He went to Annapolls
but was reduced to a boatswam because he got up at the rlght tlme
ln the mornlng but xt was the wrong day
Oh Madame Westlund so you drrect the Westlund School for
Girls and for boys to keep away from l feel kmd of boylsh myself
today so l guess l had better go Well goodbye l hope you and the
glrls get along well
W ll folks l must run along there s lots of work waltmg for
me down at the office and l have to hop over to Australia yet thls
afternoon on a llttle secret service buslness Come along Thelma
thls to hrs wlfe get your wraps for we must run There don t
stand declalmmg poetry to those people all day So long folks
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l Lynn Backus do bequeath my Physlcs note book to Blll
l Douglas Castle do bequeath mv sweet tenor volce to Selmar
l Harry Elllott do bequeath my rabbrt punch to some needy
l Gerald Fltzgerald do bequeath my mterest m a certam MISS
E. Dove to some blrd ln the Urnversrty of the P3Clf'-IC
l ack Furlong do bequeath my unhnrshed Amerrcan Hlstorg
papers to Prof Anderson
l Charles Geyman do bequeath my Ford s loose jolnted gallop
mg rod to Al Klnne
l Geor e Hennen do bequeath mv nothing flat r cord to Charles
l Wallace Hrggmbotham do bequeath my rallroad to anyone
l Delbert Holland do bequeath my shlek tactrcs to Charles
VV est flf he needs them
l Harrv Kennedy do bequeath my fist to Elmer Rutherford
l Ernest lVlClVlur rey do bequeath my sclentlflc abrlrty to Ruth
l Elmer Ruth rford do bequeath my shxrt tall to ack Furlon
l Brll Taber do beqt ath my surplus ponch to Alger acobs
l Wallace 'lab r do not bequeath anythlng to anybody
l Elsbeth Dove do bequeath my demure appearmg dnsposn
tlon to Ruth Street r
l Ona Harbm do o math my ood behavlor to Gerald Scott
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I Edlth Keyser do bequeath my exceeb wel ht to Eva Sue Hobbs
I Thelma Lanl do bequeath my rerlpe How to Get Thln to
I Zarllla Puett do bequeath my exuberant nature to Fred Byrne
I Lydla WCStlLlHd do bequeath my aff ICSQIVC dlsposltxon t
I Ruth Woodxn do bequeath mx ownershxp of Harry Kennedy
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mr olencet Are you rn charge of thus
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Student Im not err
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wrld Afllcan anlmala
Brlly Two Irons and a trger
Johnston Hey fody lend me fue
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mrlkmh the cow'l
Peroon Why no sado
Jourmlrwt I wold an fzrtrcle on
freeh mrlk and the edrtor condeneul
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have you come may out here on
thre naevty nmht
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tuo hrrde mth one Qtone
It wae mrdnreht on the ocean
And rt vtormed to beat the band
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or he vt te on the ltnd
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A DeLaureola Inrtratron
I have been asked to conslder De
Laureola from the students pornrt or
vrew and I have chosen the mght of
our last rmtratron as a frtting example
of the Joys and pleasures enyoyed by
members of thrs organrzatron
You should know that De Laureolt
has a contract wrth the under world
whrch rs somethrng to thrs effect
'satan grants us the use of hrs krn
dom twrce a year provrdrng we do
our best to send everyone except De
On the nrght of the rnrtratrorn two
people were about to enter De Laur
eola Pu hed by the swordts of two
stern women rn black they faced De
Iaureola to be voted uponr One look
we rose as one body and yellert
lake m out' ' '
Bu upon lookrng at therr sorrowful
faces and weak knees we remem
betred that all are not perfect not
even De Iraureolans and decrdred to
of course that they drd not falter dur
rng the traal of courage thrs dtecrsfron
The two vrctrms were conducted to
a mall dark room bound wrth great
rron charns that clanked wrth every
mcvementt There they were left alone
tf rrpen of past sms No-not quite
alrre for an odd but radiantly cheer
f l envtlemen kept them company
Fl ret en was remarkable rn so far
as hrs head was all therr was to hrm
and he rmmodlesvtly expo-sed all hrs
hrnes But from wrthrn him shone
a brrght lrght and hrs grin stretched
from ear to ear
After a time a plump ladv hostess
cn ered and poke thu lv Ye shall
feel the cold and awful hand of death
ye shall smell the sulfurous fumes of
hell Yea thou shalt walk among the
lrre and brrme tone
The captives trembled the charns
clanked the cheerful gentlefmans
lrght went out then they were petrr
fred wrth fear and the plump lrrly
,,host walked through the door
She was replaced by .1 thrn hot
of slrght stature 6 ft 1188 rnche
to be exact who serzed one of the
captlves broke hrs chfuns and lmyrn
hrs cold and slrmy hand upon hrnr
sard Come' in a vorce never heard
by mortal ear before
Blrndftolded the unhappy prasoner
was led to the edge of a precrprce
where the cable of Death was tred
about hrm He was pushed hte slrd
slid slrd between rows of grrnmn,
ghosts who lard therr rcy hands upon
hrm Suddentlv he was Jerked up
Lrrarn whrle the warls whrch had re
sounded from below rncreasted tenfold
A ain he slrd and thrs trme--stopped
He could smell the sulfurous fumes
rnd hear the gasps the coughs the
tunate srghed Oh Death where rs
And another sufferrn soul replretl
In the lun ts
Yet another frantrc voice from the
depths crred O Skrnny where art
thou' And the reply was Oh cut
Then came the vorce of one whrch
caused the captrve to tremble mrght
rly for thought he fan rt be that
he who sent me here shall here pass
Judgmentf Por verrlw the vorce was
that of Prof Anderson and rt sard
Know ve not 0 varn and foolrsh
women that sulfur rs good for the
Then the vrctrm beheld the frre and
hrrmesrtone and sank rnto sweet ob
lrrron to be revrved by the smell of
coffee and the slght of cakes ani
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He's teaching her arithmetic,
He said it was his mission,
He kissed her once, he kissed her twice
And said, Now that s addition
And as he added smack by smack
ln silent satisfaction,
She sweetly gave his kisses back
And said Now that s subtraction
He kissed her and she kissed him
Without an e planation
And both together added them,
Now thats multiplication
When pop appeared upon the scene
And made a quick d cision
He kicked her beau three mi es away,
And said, That s lone division
F a. Billie was st'1nd1n,, n
uppei stoly wmtdtow in the dorm yes
terdmy 'md fell down
Ella Oh it wasnt serious-she
fell down inside
H tuvllho ton Piidtyj ot 'my
shark fm soup?
Vvuter Nope Not today
H I How about a roast whale
tny fried mmnowst
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tried for fish anyhow
any hi h hool h 0
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shocked However under fwvomhle
ctrcum tances he allows the same
thin to happen Il ht under her nose
lhelma When I sm temrs come
into my eyes Whftt can I do to ple
Doctor btuff cotton into youx eau
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to y QGIVPQ him xx, t
Do you always stutter" asked the
N n n no replied the little box
.Iick You havent forhot that loan
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What Do You Know About This?
The followmg IS an exact reprodut
tnon of a note wrltten between two
lowet classmem of I' H S tPardon
the omxsston of mmesj
Sty llsteu vou sure d1d dttch
thoeh word for turned downj me
pxetty dmdnt you" I dont know
whether I am comlng to the Prom
now or not How would you feel
xt you wele dttched tsfame
wordj l1ke I was You would feel just
l1ke I do and you knlow you would
I know now I that you dldnt
w'1nt me to ho wnth you 1n the flrst
pace I SUQDICIOHQG some
thm Wednesday I had 1 feelm
w1th1n me that you wanted to take
I suppose you w1ll say th It
when you get thlS note I dont care
whethet she comes or not there LS no
love losft Of course I know that
there 1s no love lost
Pletse dont let anybody see thls
n e If lt ever gets to me I wtll
Hope yo11 1nd A haye '1 good
t1me 1t the Plom
Iouye ot me '1ll wrong I asked
last we-ek and she sald
maybe because th had asked
het to o and for me to wart a whtle
1nd I told yo11 lf thmgq dldnt turn
ou ll ht U Rn I would go Ky that IQ
1 h ood but he turned un
de Il 81 1ccepted me so naturally th1t
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Now I lf you dont belleye
n L wa mn, to e
you today hut I htted to If ou
dont how up '11 the IIIIIIOI Ptrty
Ill he d1Q'1ppo1nted lf I dont et soma
dances o plum rome Really thls
IS the truth
So ple we be at the Prom
AIND THIS ONE AI SO
tI'h1s was wrlttenl between two
lrosh mftex a spllt up You know
how they :aol
Vyhxle I was bomg out wtth you I
tlldlll ho out wlth myone but vou
Id llke to meet Ntxss and ask
her to ptove 1t I thank you very
much tor what you thmk of me now
and when I was golng wlth you I
wlsh you had told me what you
thought about me and I wouldnt have
bossed you around so long tas you
called ltl If you would rather be
he-ve what ant tell yo1
thtn w at I tell you I ,.uess II wl
have to be all fl ht b11t you knovw
wh 1t I thlnk about ll Plea e answer
KIND I FS AINSVN FR
I dont belleve 'Nhss lyow
how S that Xkhen we wele o1n,., to
ether I htd a yexy ood oplmon of
you 1nd stlll h1ye h11t do you remem
her when I ll ed to say th It you would
t111n me down some d Ly 1nd you sald
you wouldnt that IQ one broken
plomlse IWDI It Now that we ate
bu ted up 1nd always w1ll be please
lets not flght about anythmb any
more Does May care" Im aftald
that a,lthou,.h you may ,et
more pleasure out of gomg. w1tl1
you w1ll fmd out m tnme that
he never llked you as well as I dld
'md never llke you llke that
VI ould you haye helleyed 1
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Debby Search me
Geor,,e Wasthwomen horses 'md
Nloral Never go mfto the washer
after 'L hearty meal for youll ntever
frnnd rt there
Here hes the body of Brllre Mush
Hrs death is too sad for descrrption
He was killed by the mob in '1 ternble
When he carelessly dropped hrs pr:
AND SO FORTH
W hen our tarlors goose has goslrnrgs
And hrs clothes horse has '1 colt
when monkey wrenches clrmb r tree
And brrdlsefye maples molt
When catalogues have krttens
And dronkey engines bray
Then Ill come nearer poetry
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avrd O erl W mt 'tp e
Brll Purdy Not on yer lrfe I lke
ar pe h Im not takrng am
thrnucee Drdnt '1 fellow dre here
Just recently of appleplexy"
Flfbth There shoes hurt every
step I take
Lots lhen take lon.er steps md
they wont hurt so many trmes
F' s tn the tlrnce o
Opal Why do wsu lrke to drnce o
Pd Oh' I can put my 'nm 'around
you draw you up close feel your oft
cheek frgarnet mrne md
'll 'lhrt wrll 9 '- Wy
home and make helrewe we went to
BUGHOUSL IABI E
Irves there r student wrth soul so
That when on hrs breast she lays her
lan rudely break her grrp and say
Its .rgamst the rules to dance that
There was a sweet baby named
Whose be ru was employed by '1
He 'we her 't rm,
Dlrmondts pearls everythrn
And now the poor uys rn the
ARP YOU SURl"'
Donna Spud wrnted to krss
l'r It nreht
Norrne Phat soo How do you
know he drdv
Donfnr I .uess he wouldrnt hare
done rt rt he hadnt wfmted to
Flko Hr rs mrsrtaken lots of trmes
fer 1 ymnfrsrum
Nlrss fvug Have you ever read
'lo a Nlouse "
Prtz No how do you get them to
The boy stood ont the burninrg deck
He drd not cry or shouts
He warted trll the boat went down
Xnd put the frre out
Xl F t rar, Who wrote Ten
Nrghts rn 1 Bar Room?
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Nlrss tram, Avent you thmkin
of Twelfth N1:.ht"
Prtz What drfference d1d a couple
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Our Natlon s Safety
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Whleh Fxplalne Why Sewelle Has In A
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EVERYTHING IN AUTO
Fifth and Idaho Streets
Nme Years of the
BEST SERVICE HAS MADE
Yours For a Bngger and Better
G S Garcia
H L Newman Co
Electrical Supplles and Sport
Elko Cleanmg and
A Factor ln Your Community
For Soortsmen, Also Com
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The W znclvester
Wholesale and Retail
Elko s Foremost Pool and
George Buck Snelson Prop
The STAR Car
Every essentlal umt of the
STAR Car IS well known and
hlghly thought of because lt
has been tested over millions
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years of tnal
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MOTOR SALES COMPANY
The Belnap Auto
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l..et Us Take Care of Your
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Supply of Light Globes
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Oflice. Room 7
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You Wnll Find
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Meats and Grocenes
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Cluett 8: Peabody Collars
Belber Travelmg Goods
TAILORING SHOP IN
Cleanmg Repamng Pressing
Elko Pamt Co
J D LEWIS Prop
Dealers ln Paints Wall Paper
524 Commercial Street
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Prmtmg Plant In
The Independent ns a staunch
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