Class of 1926
May 4 1925
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Vtfork thou for pleasure palnt or .5111 or L uve
lht ll1ll'1 thou lovest tho the body starve.
Vtfho workb for Glory ITIISSCS oft the Goal
Vkfho woxka for money Qolns hls xery soul
XVo1k for tht work s sxkt then ind lt may be
lh xt these thm s shall bt added unto thee
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Harold Hansen lLd1tor ln Ch1ef
Margaret McMurtrey ASSlbtdIIt Echtor
Edwln Eager Busmess lVlana er
.lack Albin Ass t BUSIHLSS Mana er
George 1-1 Anderson
Martha Schmltt and Alger Jacobs
Mary M Thompson
Ass t Athleue Edrtor
Campus Ex ents
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Alfred Kinne e , or . re,.r or or .,.r.. Qrganizations
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W O PUBLISH A HICH SCHOOL annual IS no easy tas
las, My Few reallze how much work must be done or how many
j dlfhcultles have to he ox ercome bv those who have the un
a L dertakmfr m charge It IS far more than merely the prepar
atlon of the materlal for the prlnter fo plan the book pave by page
to arrange for the photovraphlc work and to see that lt IS done to
mount the plctures for the engravlng ln proper proportlons and 1n
proper arrangement to asslgn the Wrltlng of articles to the varlous
students most Htted to prepare them to see that each and every artlcle
IS ln hand so that lt can be corrected and typed and ready for the
prmter before the dead lme IS crossed to sell the advertlsements so
necessary for the Hnanclng of the book these are but a few of the
manv thmgs that keep the edztor and h1s staff busy for months before
the annual IS ready for dlstrlbutnon Vvhen the reader conslders also
the fact that those who do th1s wolk can devote only a portlon of thelr
tlme to It that the multltudmous other dutles of the teacher or the
student clalm thelr full share of attentlon when the reader conslders
these thmvs he Wlll be able to understand how errors may creep 1n or
lmperfectlons pass unnotlced For these short comlnffs we ask only
understandmg and charlty
To publlsh such a book as the Pohob IS both dlfhcult and expen
sxve but It well worth whlle The experience acquxred by the edltor
'ind hls staff IS of the most practlcal value and xt wlll be worth much
to them 1n later years By most of the students IH the school the
annual wlll soon be treasured as a record of the happlest days of thelr
llves To the people of the communlty also the publlcatlon IS of ser
vlce for COPICS sent to prospectlve students throughout the county
help lnduce them to attend hlfvh school whlle an exchange had wxth
slmllar pCI'lOd1C8lS lssued by large c1ty h1gh schools throughout the
country brmvs our school to the ittenlon of educators ln thls and
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ELL I1 S Sl RINCJ NUNV ln we tll'lt 15 the U lll w rn
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ffood to be fl ldu1t1n No mort sehool that IS mebbe there
won t be Some of the lxlds 1re f OID to Colleve
Wonder wh1t lt ll seem lllxe not to be wlth the klds3 W ollder
vears from now3 lxlndsl queer thls ffldllltlfl sorta m1kes l fella
M11 be 1 future presldenf IS f1r1du1tln wlth us Maybe 1 SLILH
tISt who ll I'CVOlLltlOHlZ! the clylll7ed world Maybe a Great 1rtlst
who Wlll equal the lt1ll1ll masters A muslclan who Wlll gladden the
hearts of the LIIHVCYSC Maybe 1 sculptor who Wlll mould the breast
of a hero Maybe l ffeller1l who wlll successfully defend the Amer
lean prlnclple Mrybe a St5tCSIT1'1I1 who Wlll further unlversal peace
Guess no body knows but m lybe we that IS the Uanff maybe
W know The pesslmlsts say It s vouthful optlmlsm but heck W
pl1yed th t way slnec wc w IZ lclds 'ln well you JIS leave It to the
franff cause we re ffraduatln th1t sorta makes a fella thlnk
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r 4 sg, S GREEN FRESHMEN three vears a o we entered E. H 5
'H' D7 and started the best four years of study and plav th'1t wc
f Q ever had or ever hope to have As the end of our fourth
QM year rolls around we rather dread the comm of the end
and surely hate to say ood bye to our hx h school days
The class offlcers thls year are Harold Hansen presldent Edwm
Eager vice presldent Margaret McMurtrey secretary Mary M
Thompson treasurer These officers have shouldered the respon
sxblllty of the semor class so well that they deserve much prarse
The semor class has done more to help the school thrs year than
any other class Yve have IH the student overnment Leslle Murphy
Mayor and Captam of the basket ball team l..esl1e IS also Captam
of the l925 track team jack Albm IS one of the four supervlsors and
he has certamly proved hlmself worthy of the office Edwm Ea er
IS another supervlsor who has handled h1s office to the best of hxs
abllxty Harold IS the edltor of the school Pohob and was certamly
well chosen for the lar e task
We have representatlves 1n basket ball track De Laurcol 1 dcluat
ln team Clee Club and Sclence Club
Uur class has been the leadm athletlc class both wlth boys nd
After the long looked forward to Commencement Day 1S past wc
hope that our class will lon be remembered 1n the halls of dear E H S
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Semor Class Prophecy
me Q31 HROULH THE LONG w1nd1n dlmly l1t corrldor I fol
pil ,lf lowed the Hmdu guxde to a Great door that stood half ajar
'Rf V :A Looklnf around me l percelved that the door opened into
.'ifff,15v'4 1 l'uf e room A room sumptuously furnlshed wlth all the
lllYOI'lOLl9 splendor known to Urlental skill Prlceless tapestrles
adorned the walls Un the floor were costlv ruffs The heavy sweet
ness of rxrc lncense pelvaded the atmosphere On belng ushered
mto the room l beheld the world renowned crystal Gazer Shahjhen
Seated there upon a ru IU the center of the floor pollshlng a large
clear crystal Shahjhen seemed qulte OlJllV1OLlS to all else around hlm
It was sex eral mlnutes before he showed the sllfvhtest slgn of lJC1l'lg
aware of our presence 1n the room At last he looked up The ser
vant makmfr a low OlDC15ZlllC6 fflrdecl out of the room
l found myself lOOlill10' lnto two black eyes l-launtmg be
Wlttlllll PICICID ey es they were thwt looked r1ght through one ln
splrlnff a vaffue sense of somethlnff closely akln to fear
The f:l1cker1n0 l10fht of candles cast a mystlc Glow over the entlre
room After what seemed hours 111 reallty only five mlnutes
So you are the representatxxe of the class of 25 to whom l
prom1sed to show the futures of 1ts dlfferent members3 l answered
that l was
Look closely wh1le l lub thls crystal and you shall see my prom
lse lulflllcd l looked lnto the cry stal At first l saw nothlng Then
1 mlsty blulsh xapor Gathered and became more and more dense
ulte as suddenly as It had appeared It vanlshed and l gazed upon the
elaborate 1nter1or of a London theatre A storm of applause Ofreeted
the foremost actor and actress of the affe as they walked out on the
sta e ln the roles of Hamlet and Qphella lmaglne my astonlshment
is l heard famt whlsper from the '1Lldli-ZIICC to the effect that they
beffan by playmff Romeo md lullet Ill a small town rn the far West
over 1n Amerlcal Of course l recoffnlzed Henry Eddy and Ruth
Streeter as the famous players
The p1ctu1c flded but 1lHlUL.C'llltLlV mother appeared Un the
steps of x lrttle countly church wxth h1s :hm ln h1s palm apparently
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tor of the church I turned 111 ll'T1lZCl11t,llt to Shahjhen Surely I dld
not recovmze Edwln ILa0ers3 Sh lhlhen nodded and before I C uld
cease wondermff another plcture flashed before me Ifhls tune I be
held a vast thronff of bov miners ffatheled about a soap box on which
stood an enthuslastlc orator procleumlnfr the rlffhts of the labormff
man Short of stature he was und COIISICILI' lbly more rotund In shap
then when I knew hlm at E H S nuertheles I had httle dlffrculty
xn recocfnlzmff ohn lVIeDe1mott
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leve professor strolllncf alonff endowed IH conversatlon wxth hrmself
He was evldently much interested 111 1 book he was plannlnff to wrlte
on The Power of Mlnd Over Matter lrulv I was astonlshed to
recognlze m hlffl none other than jmek -Xlbm
The plcture dlsappeared a had the others I saw a dlfmlfled
gray halred lntelllvent IOOIQIHO min dressed 111 the unrform of a hlgh
navy OmClZ-ll d1SCUSSlD0' some questlon wlth the Presldent of the
Unlted States After a b11ef lntervrew he walked brlskly out to hrs
dent Harold Hansen
The next plcture proved to be the 1nter1or of an up to date gentle
men S clothmg store An exclted httle 1 entlemin partly bald headed
wearmg checkered trousers and 1 lone bl uk eoat was rush1nO about
here and there attendlnff to everybody s busmess but hrs own I
learned from Shahjhen that he wa Orval Ames manager of the fam
ous Puett and Stranffe Clothlnff Stores
lNow the scene shxfted to 1 lxr c ofhee ln the ame l3Lllld1D0' Doa
lnff at thelr respectrve desks were the wellthly owners of the afore
mentloned Puett md Stranfre stores Roy h ld xttamed a hewht of
sm feet two now whlle lrxln h md p lt on some two hundred and forty
pounds avolr du POIS
Then I Oazed upon a IJLISIIIIIU new p xper office RCCIIHIHQ ln a
well padded chalr xt the edxtors desk w ms x man whose faee seemed
famlllar Cn lookmff eloser I reeoffnwed h m whom we were onee
want to address as Speek but whose present officxal trtle was E. B
Stemnver edltor ln chlef of the BIIIUYIIIC Euvle
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shown the lI1blClC sure enou h there were Fern and Vera but alas
what a eh rn e' Vera s halr was bleached to a dazzhng yellow and
liern had taken Marmol 1 reducm tablets t1ll she was only a shadow
ol her former self'
Now there came before me one of those Qlllet restful vlslons of
the slmple hfe down on the farm Stanchn rn the doorway of the
farm house was a woman whom l IH tantly reco nlzed as Agnes Porter
.She h md than ed her name for 1 lon er one and was enjoym l1fe ex
ces d1n ly
l saw next the 1nter1or of a lar e barber shop Dexterously
WC1lCllI'1 the sharp razor was a ladv barber The lady barber frlends
was Rachel Elhott
And a led headed woman was the cause of It all Thus mur
mered a despondent entleman who walked dejectedly away from a
house on Raxlroad street where our old frlend Mary Margaret Thomp
son stlll reslded The truth seemed plam Mary had never grven
up her old past1me of breaklng hearts
l now beheld a world famous school of classxc dancmff where
school was ably mana ed by Myrtle McKn10ht who hlres Rlta Damlle
and Aletta Paul as her leadmg mstructors
From here the scene IS transferred to the campus at the U of N
On the athletre Held Coach Murphy IS drllhn hls men We used to
know hlm as Spud but now he IS Coach Murphy of the Unlverslty
Hurry GIHCC or we ll be late
lm comm Mirthv lm comm Thls llttle dralo ue took
place ln an apartment mhablted by two elderly women whom we
mlffht have called old maxds 1n our day They were ett1n ready
for Church at the tlme the plcture was shown to me As you ve doubt
less surmrsed they were none other than our old classmates Grace
Parker and Martha Sehmltt
Whats thls l ee before me3 No not a da er to be sure only
a scene famllnr to us 111 the mterlor of Mlss Knemeyer s ofhce at
E. H S But another slts at the prlnclpals desk ln splte of her
rayln h ur and lasses l reco nlzed lVlar aret McMurtrey Qn her
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lf lHF 1V1F1V1BERS OF the elass of 1127 hav1n0 reached
the end of our seholastu eareer, and though somewhat
1 fat1gued by mcessant mental to1l belng stlll of sound mlnd
1,-Ahfixll m mory and understandlng, do make and publlsh thls, our
last XV1ll and festarnent, herebv revoklnff and maklng Vold all former
Wllls by us at any tlme heretofore made
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111 the eash we shall have left at the end of our career, whlch, we trust,
w1ll and the trustees to xelmburse the school for any damage we may
7 Xxfe 1f1ve and bequeath to our teaehers all our unflnlshed les
sons and our b lclly rendered reeltatlons
To the un1ors we Uwe a LOllCCtlOl1 of mavle puzzles whlch
Wl hope wlll fllflllgll them wlth an enjoyable Hastlme when thelr
lessons beeome monotonous
4 lo the Sophomores we bequeath our ab1l1ty to w1n the xnter
e ms eup 1n all sports
J To the l-reshmen We dev1se a larfve pa1l of Bram Glue, to be
used by them earefully when they are preparxnff thelr lessons
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QS' E HAVE DONE OUR BEST thxs year 1n puttmv out the
E Elko l-hgh School annual and we hope that we can feel
Ss 33 proud of lt It IS by no means perfect and we hope that It
C I w1ll not be cr1t1c1zed but that the bad polnts be overlooked
and the better ones dlscussed
The book wlll not equal that of last year but last vear s book wus
probably the best IH the state so we feel that ours wrll be up and
ranklng wlth the rest of the publlcatlons thls year If It does not we
are very sorry for we feel that we have done our best and that we
have put out the best book posslble
We have met many dlfficultles th1S year and lt 13 throu h tht
co operatlon we have had by the students staff and c1t1zens of Elko
that thlS book IS publlshed ln 1ts present form XVe the staff wrsh to
thank both lndlvlclually and collectlvely the many people and rn
st1tut1ons for thexr co operatlon and support gxven us on our efforts
to put out thrs book Therefore we Wlsh to thank the followm
people and 1nst1tut1ons
The Elko Free Press for the help glven 1n arran rn xnalmrxal
and publlshmg the book
The Art Department of thls school for the plates made for the
The Commerclal Department of thls school for typm matcrlal
to fro lnto th1S volume
To Mr Jones and members of the mechanlcal drawm class for
the prlntmg clone on many of the plates for the book
To the advertlsers who have made posslble the cd1t1n of an
annual by the hlgh school of thls town
To the students of the school for thelr hearty co operatxon wlth
the staff ln everythlng lt undertook
To the people of Elko and of Elko County for thur support
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HE JUNIOR CLASS ls commfr to the front lor two
t years we have been under classmen and have not been al
1 lowed to take a very dCtlVC part 1n school dCt1V1tlCS but now
.Q L we are bevlnnlng to show the stuff of whlch we are made
Vlfe started off wltla a bano thxs year llaunff had two membels
of our Group Walter ohnson and Alfred Klnne clccted to lfT'1pOlt'llll
places IH our student Government as supervxsors of Flre and Pollcc md
Publlc Property respectlvely Alver acobs another of our brwht
young hopefuls has been promment ln school act1v1t1es l-le was ap
pomted to the office of Clty Attorney soon after elect1on last fall I-lc
has also been actlve ln debatmcf Blll Stapp another unlor was
elected udge of Elko unxor
A member of the un1or Class Vvaltcr ohnson wls one of tht
outstandlnfv stars on the basketball team Buster has pl xycd for two
years now and has been elected captaln of next vear s team
The Junlors by an overwhelmmo score wrested thc cup iron:
the senlor class IH the mter class track meet thls year Vkfe cxput to
be represented on the track team this vear by XX alter ohnson xncl
Karl Volvht two of the stars of the mterclass meet
As officers for the KLIISUIIIQ vcar B1ll Stapp was elected l rt s1dc nt
Ardatla Jackson VICE preslclent and GCOYUld Frantzen Secretary md
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Ralph Stewart Presldent
Peggy O Nell VICC Presldent
Geraldine Smiley Secretary Treasurer
FU 64 T IS MUST Dll:l:lCUl.T to wrlte of the explolts and
65 gif! honors of the Class of 1027 wlth that modesty and dlffl
951465 dence which are consldered so essentlal IU Wfltlflg the hlstory
ads S-f of ones own class We Wlll tell you w1th perfect frank
ness of the helghts to whlch 77 has rlsen
What lf we were the greenest class of Freshles that ever struck
the h1ll3 Our deeds but shlne the brlghter
We all boast of one of our classmates bemg welcomed lnto the
Block E. orgamzatlon thls year He has proved to be an ever falth
ful and rellable member of the basketball squad as well as every other
branch of athletlcs This student whom we all hold ln the hxghest
esteem and who heads our class as presldent thls year IS Ralph
The class of 27 IS represented ID almost every branch of student
actlvltles We have representatlves IH both lee clubs orchestra he
honorary hlstory orgamzatlon De Laureola Spamsh Club Debatmg
Club and ln the Pohce and Flre Departments
Our glrls too are worthy of some dlStlHCl1OI'1 especlally
llnes of athletlcs ln mterclass contests they have cllsplayed a Splrlt
of determlnatlon It IS perhaps enough to state that the Sophomores
placed second ln the mterclass basketball tournament havmg been
conquered only by the semors
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Wg ami LTHOUGH AS IS LSUAL the Freshmen underwent the
' 1' D+ tortures of the first day 1n l-hgh School many of us enjo e
if them as much as did our tormentors the heartless sopho
9-W-3 mores We all recelved and here we are as strong as ever
ready to take It out on the Freshmen of the commg year
The Freshmen class offlcers are Thora Knudson Presldent
Joe Caprlola Vlce Presldent Ruby Streeter Treasurer Ellzabeth
Stapp Secretary Stanley Wlgglns Sergeant at arms
A short tlme before Christmas our class put on an assembly pro
gram under the supervlslon of MISS NIZZC and MISS Thomas The
cast was large enough to lnclucle nearly all the Freshmen class and
every one reported lt a wonderful success
ln the boys basketball team we were well represented by Stanley
The glrls basketball team was exceedmgly good thls year The
Sophomores beat us by one pomt whlle the Junlors fell easy vlctors to
us The semors got the best of us but Walt tlll next year'
ln the Domestlc Sclence contest ln Reno thls year Ruby Streeter
a freshman wlll represent the school 1n sewlng
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Ar ,. of the cltlzenshlp of Elko umor to help these young C1t1
zens learn to llVC so that llfe for them may be made r1c
tal. and more beautlful IS the mrssxon of the school and to
hep them realxze that Goal through hard work hlgh endeavor and
sane attitudes IS the Splflt that perx ades the oroanlzatlon of all de
partments and act1v1t1es Frequently parents have the xdea that boys
and Ulrls make successes 1n llfe Just because they have gone through
four years of hx h school and college No polnt of v1ew could be
more erroneous boys and 2lYlS make successes not because they have
Uone through hxffh school and other lnstxtutlons of hxgher learnlng
but because they have the qualltles of success rn them and educatlon
and tralmnv have glven them that something to work w1th whlch puts
the1r chwnces for success at a mammum while wlthout such advan
tastes the1r chances are at a mlmmum As long as the underlymg
motlve of the school IS to help boys and glrls learn to find themselves
that IS learn to l1ve as they are best Htted to l1ve just as long wlll the
school contlnue ln lts ffrowth and worthwhlle accompllshments
tellectual tools one needs must have and such tools thls school en
deavors to help each student Get and certamly he cannot vet them
nearly so qu1ckly any other way
Fach year wltnesses a growth and a greater degree of accom
plrshments ln all departments 'xnd actlvltles The attendance for the
present year IS the best and most satlsfactory yet recorded The en
rollment IS l39 Of thrs number 28 are enrolled ln the semor class
30 ln the Junlor class 31 ln the sophomore class 48 1n the freshmen
class I ln speclal work and l nn post Graduate work Durmg the
year I2 have dropped out of thxs number 8 have moved away l
was marrled and 3 left because of lack of lnterest ln school work!
ThlS loss 1S the smallest ln the hlstory of the school The freshmen
enrollment IS the largest ever recorded for the school
The Envlrsh department oflers four years of regular hlgh school
Engllsh one course ln buslness Englxsh and one 1n Journalism All
students are requlred to take three years of Engllsh and a fourth IS
recommended ln every case The program of thls department IS or
ganlzed on the basls that students should be helped to add to the1r
mtellectual equlpment through the study and executlon of the dlf
ferent forms of oral and wrltten composltlon through the study of
spelllng grammar and rhetorlc and that through tne lnterpretatlve
study of the masterpleces students have contact wlth the exqulslte
expressrons of the finest and noblest thoufrhts ever produced by men
to the end that such contact may develop an appreclatxon of art1st1c
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enjoyments and the beautles of llfe The students are led to recog
nlze that all contacts wlden their horrfons and contrlbute to thelr
knowledge From that polnt of vlew students have entered the var
lous essay short story and llmerlck wr1t1ng contests sponsored by
local state and natlonal orGan1zat1ons The fact that many prlzes
and awards have been captured by Elko students attests that ablllty
rn thls department IS not lacklng ournallsm IS appeallng more
defmxtely to a larGe number of students The class has orgamzed lt
self mto an edltorlal staff whlch contrlbutes a column or two each
week to elther the Elko Independent or the Elko Free Press The
local papers are to a Great extent responslble for the lncreased lnterest
rn thls field The freshmen Engllsh projects afford fine opportun
ltlCS for contacts whlch make for Growth The correspondence con
ducted by the class wlth Freshmen rn lVl1ch1gan Hlgh Schools sponsors
an exchanGe lof ldeas and vrew poxnts whlch IS rnterestlng agnd ena
llghtenlng and the magazlne whlch IS bemv prepared by the Freshmen
E.nGl1sh classes to be sent to a Kansas l-hgh school has a two fold
value The magazrne 13 be1nG profusely lllustrated wlth maps and
photographs and all departments are devoted to Elko County lnterests
and act1v1t1es consequently the project wlll not only add to the ID
tellectual equlpment of the students but It w1ll also help them get
a better and clearer conceptlon of local poss1b1l1t1es opportunrtles
The Soclal Sclence department offers courses 1n Early European
Later European and Amerlcan Hlstorv ln Problems of Amerlcan De
mocracy and ln CIVIC Patrlotxsm or Communrty CIVICS unlors are
requlred to take the course ln Amencan l-llstory senlors the one ln
Problems of Amerlcan Democracy and all students one 1n CIVIC
Patrrotlsm The Soclal Sclence proGram IS orgamzed on the baS1S that
only through an understandlng of the splendors the trrumphs and
fallures of the past can we be fullv consclous of the magnlflclent and
marvelous pageantry of today and that constructlve forward look
mg cltlzenshlp IS posslble only to those who can be led to realize that
yesterday IS slgnlflcant that after all llfe IS a contmuatlon of all the
story of manklnd that has gone before The CIVIC Patrlotxsm pro
gram IS one of the best organ1zed n the state It IS orgamzed to
help keep students ln touch wlth current SHTHIYS local natlonal and
lnternatlonal and an attempt xs made to lead each one to realize that
ln order to lne best the llfe that IS hls he must prepare hlmself to
make hrs way ln a socxal svstem that rs decidedly complex and dlffrcult
The Sclence department offers courses ln general sclence blol
ogy chemlstry and physlcs All freshmen are requlred to take the
course IH general sclence The sclence program IS orgamzed on the
basls that every dlscovery and every dex elopment rn sclence has had
a bearmg and wlll contxnue to have a bearlng on the students llfe
The General scxence course IS des1Gned to brlng the student mto touch
wlth the sclence of everyday lrfe and to gnc hlm a glimpse mto the
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marvelous accompllshments of the past and tremendous posslbllltles
that lle ahead The blology course unfolds before the student the
fact that the lnter relatlons of plants and anlmals make for Balance
ln Nature that man hlmself must ald ln adjustlng thls fine balance
and that the problem of race betterment and race strengthenlng IS C1
most vltal one from the standpolnt that the Revolt agalnst ClV1llZ3
tlon may be effectlvely stemmed The courses ln upper dlvlslon
sclence-chemlstry and physlcs are deslgned to glVC the student
a thorough foundatlon ln these sclences and to lnstlll ln hlm a keen
Interest and lntelllgent appreclatlon of the vltal relatlon of the de
velopment of these sclences to llfe
The language department offers courses ln Latln French and
Spanlsh The courses are electlve but graduallv students are agaln
beglnnlng to recognlze greater values ln language study than have
been attrlbuted to It for some years The language program IS or
ganlzed upon the b3SlS that a broad knowledge of the world and ltS
people IS a factor ln determlnlng llfe lnterests and that a very large
number of doors to hldden treasures are unlocked through the mas
terlng of languages The French perlodlcal La Petlt ournal and
the Spanlsh YCVICW El Eco supply lnterestlng and worthwhlle ma
terlal for the classes and solvlng French and Spanlsh cross word puz
zles IS no mean lndoor sport The Spanlsh club IS flourlshlng and
an lntense lnterest IS evlnced ln the customs art and llterature of
The mathematlcs department offers courses ln General mathe
matlcs elementary Algebra lntermedlate and theoretlcal algebra
plane and solld geometry and trlgonometry The program IS or
ganlzed on the basls that a good fundamental worklng knowledge of
mathematlcs IS absolutely necessary to anyone who IS at all lnterested
ln any career that calls for speclal technlcal tralnlng and that mathe
matlcal tralnlng adds to one s lntellectual tools equlpment that IS of
lnflnlte lmportance ln handllng and analyslng those newer and more
complex sltuatlons whlch go to make up the experlences of llfe l
the words of Phlllp Henry Wynne Mathematlcs possesses the most
potent and perfect sylnbollsm the lntellect knows and thls symbollsm
has offered for generatlons certaln concepts whose namlng and en
vlsagement by the human lntellect IS perhaps ltS loftlest achlevement
Mathematlcs presents the hlghest certltudes known to the lntellect and
IS becomlng more and more the flnal arblter and lnterpreter IH physlcs
chemlstry and astronomy Llke Aaron s rod It threatens to swallow
all other knowledges as fast as they assume organlzed form Mathe
matlcs has already taken possesslon of great PYOVIHCCS of loglc and
psychology wlll lt embrace ethlcs rellglon and phllosophy3 The
work ln upper dlvlslon mathematlcs IS deslgned to develop mathe
matlcal ablllty from the standpolnt of appllcatlon and clear under
standlng of mathematlcal prlnclples and theorles
The lower dlvlslon ln mathematlcs has been worked out entlrely
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ferences has been met by setting a minimum requirement and the
more rapid pupils have been Given additional work The most rapid
IS not always the most accurate pupil and thus by increasing the
number of problems the drill work has offset the mistakes due to
inaccuracy The whole plan of the recitation is to develop the in
itlative and independence of the individual by requiring him to do
the work himself and to teach him how to study and overcome wrong
tendencies by supervising his studv habits The plan is still in th
experimental stage and results cannot be accurately measured until
the student has been tested out in his further mathematic s course
The Commercial department offers courses in Business English
Stenography Typing Book keeping Penmanshlp Commerc1alAr1th
metlc and Office Training The aim of the department is to preparc
students for business consequentlv the commercial program is or
ganized on the basis that students in order to become valuab e sten
ographers typists and book keepers they must be trained to use com
mon sense discretion initiative and energy and that th y must have
some conception of the fundamental principles of business ln this
age of business efficiency with its rapidly growing complications any
one who expects to progress or even remain a part of a modern bu
mess organization should have at least a high school education if he
is to have developed even to a small degree the attitudes toward bus
cates and medal awards are granted to students who have acquired
certain speed ability and skill in typewrltlng to those who have ac
quired certam knowledge and style in shorthand to those who
have succeeded in penmanshlp and to those who have done creditable
work in book keeping A very large number of Certificates and medal
awards are captured by commercial students each year and this fact
alone attests the mterest of the students and thelr determination to
become efficient in their chosen fields
The Home Economics department offers courses in cooking ele
mentarv sewing advanced sewing and mlllmery Freshmen girls are
required to take elementary sewing and the sophomores elementary
cooking The program is organized on the basis that to learn to liv
a girl must acquire a knowledge of what is meant by worthv hom
membership During th year time IS devoted to the working out
of clothing projects that are suitable to the tastes and interests of the
student from the hygienic economic and ultilitarion standpoint Fc od
projects involving the problems of economy nutriment and flavor
require the attention of the girls in the cooking class and there pro
jects lead to the planning of well balanced meals Breakfasts lunch
eons and dinners are planned and served by the girls at different
times during the year and the efficiency displayed gives promis-
that civilized man need not live without cooks if such training
is provided for all girls The State Home Economics Contest is to
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the three d1v1s1ons the feature dxvlslon thc demonstratlon d1v1s1on
and the exhxblt d1v1s1on lVluch lnterest has been manlfested and
undoubtedly the Ulflg who represent thns school wlll brlng back much
of value framed from contact wlth the Home Economlc departments
of schools ln every part of the state
The manual tramlng department offers courses m mechanlcal
drawmg bench work cabmet maklng wood turnmff and forge work
All freshmen boys are requlred to take the course 1n mechanlcal
drawlng and the sophomores the course 1n Wood worl-:mv The pro
gram IS orvanlzecl on the basxs that vocatlonal efflclency IS mvolved
ln the alm of the school to learn to l1ve The proper use and care
of tools fro hand ln hand wlth the selectlon of projects that are sulted
to the experlences lnterests and ab1l1t1es of the students Always
an endeavor IS made to develop resourcefulness and responsxblllty The
department has grown to such an extent that new quarters must be
provlded ln case present plans are found feaslble a well organlzed
and equlpped manual tralnmg department wlll be provlded for ln the
basement of the gymnaslum Such quarters w1ll add much to the
efficxency of the department
The art department offers courses ln desxvnmcf charcoal work
water color Work poster maklng and applled and lndustrlal art The
musxc department offers vsork rn glee club s1ng1ng chorus smglng
orchestra and band The courses are all electxve The program IS
orgamzed on the basls that to learn to l1ve one must galn ldeals of
beauty and a spmt that makes for happlness Certalnly nothlng can
contrxbute so well to a real17at1on of such ldeals as a study and an
mterpretatlon of masterpleces 1n I'I1llSlC and art The hlgh school
chorus of 80 students appeared 1n KlpllHU s Recesslonal at the Elk s
Memorxal services but the outstandlng expresslons of the muslc work
thls year was the comxc opera The Toreadors ln whlch the two glee
clubs took part lqhe Baccalaureate and Commencement muslc wlll be
furnlshed by the orchestra and glee clubs The orchestra IS develop-
mg mto a well rounded organ17at1on and promlses some splendld
numbers for commencement week The band orgamzed thrs year 1S
working out to fine advantage
All students unless excused by a doctor are requlred to take
physlcal tfalfllflg The program IS organlzed on the basls that t
learn to llve health efflclency IS of prlmary lmportance The physlcal
trammg work mcludmg athletlcs mcludes a llst of varled act1v1t1es
ranvmg from general gymnastxcs to SpCCl3llZ6d games and sports
Correctlve or bullcllnff up exercxses are worked out for a number of
glrls who need such specnal work A worthwhlle lntra mural pro
gram for both boys and glrls has been most effectlve and the alm of
the school IS to develop a program whlch wlll make for health efflcxencv
for every student enrolled A glrls athletlc assoclatlon IS sponsormv
a project on a workmg basls of awardxng polnts for every concelvable
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kept records of all polnts earned Each grrl has an opportunlty to
help as the class w1nn1nCf the hlghest avfvrevate number of polnts wlll
be awarded a sllver cup Also the lndlvldual scormg hlghest wlll be
awarded a sweater the next hlvhest a r1nO engraved Wlth the athletlc
assoclatlon emblem and the ten next hlghest wlll each recexve a
bronze medal The boys athletlc provram records splendld develop
ment and achlevement Throuvh the entlre provram runs the Splflt
whlch affords proof that the school ns ahve to the pOSSlblllt1CS that
result from a hrgh type of clean sportsmanshlp
The debatlnv department IS the youngest ln the school and ltS
rapld Growth proves that the students are keenly ahve to the posslbxl
1tlCS offered ln the new venture The Fallon debate the state tourna
ment ln debatmg declalmlnff and extemporaneous speakmg all have
contrxbuted m developlnv new ambltlons and deslres and have sup-
phecl new contacts for the school So too other extra curricular ac
t1v1t1es such as Student Government De Laureola the boys readmg
clrcle class partles assembly entertalnments have enrlched hlgh
Thus' the departments and 3Ct1Vlt1CS contrlbute to the hfe of each
student so that he may be helped to reahze that hrs vocation IS not
only an economic or bread wlnnlnff concern but that lt Wlll also affect
hls soclal contacts hls lntellectual lnterests and hls personal ambl
tlons deslres and satlsfactlons that IH the final analysls h1s vocatlon
be lt rn lndustry educatlon merchandlslng m1n1n0 agrlculture sales
manshlp lnternatlonal dlplomacy journahsm chemlcal or physlcal
research productlon or c1v1l enmneerlnff soclal mstltutlonal manage
ment or any one of numerous other calhngs IS not merely a source
of monev makmg but a way of hfe
Bertha C Knemeyer Prlnclpal
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Q? HEN SCHOOL STARTED last Xear we held LlLLl'1Ollb hrs'
2 the prxmary then the general elcctlon Each party worked
Sv gi to Get its candxdates ln offlce but the Republlcans lm t
Q advantage They put 61 ht men IU office to the D mocrats
Leslre fSpudl Murphx was elected to the ofhce of Mayor Walt 1
CBIIQUEEI' ohnson Supervlsor of Flre and Pollce E.ClWlIl Eager Sup r
Supervxsor of Publlc Property
Blll Stapp was elected to hold down thc dl mfied pa lllO1 of
uds e wh1le MISS Roosa and Messrs Anderson 'md Smxth WCIC chosen
for Appellate ust1ces
Each member was kept busv on hxs own department Sup rw1so1
Eaofers xssued all tlCkCtS for the basketball games Supervlsor Albm
took care of bank affalrs and student Government finances Supervlsor
ohnson orvanlzed a Pollce Department and Flre Squad Ever so often
he would have a fire drlll and try to get the students out IH record
tlme Each of the other departments was kept busy Court was held
under the able supervlsxon of udfre Stapp Many were the student
who served t1me 1n NIISS Knemeyer s publ1c offlce IH fulfillm the en
tences he pronounced
The Charter of Elko unxor was also revxsed th1s year Many
rmprovements were made One was the adoptlon of a five member
appellate court the two addltxonal members are to be elected from the
student body This was done ln order that the students would have
a say m the appellate court as well as the faculty Martha S hmxtt
and Henry Eddy were the first two students to hold office rn th1s court
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ml able supervlslon of La Verne Holland presldent Margaret
0 McMurtrey secretary and ack Albln treasurer All these
cf are ent1tled to much praxse At all trmes they have kept
thelr work up to standard
MISS Roosa has been more than act1ve thls year She has served
on both of the 1n1t1at1on commlttees and she deserves credxt for her
The organlzatlon has showed great lmprovement Thls year the
standard for admlsslon has been ralsed A student rs requlred to have
elght honor polnts for each semester he has been ln school Fl-l'l1S IS
mdeed a hl h standard but the club has kept up lts membershlp
whlch shows an lncrease m scholarshlp w1th1n the whole school
The old members enjoyed themselves very much when the new
member were mltlated There were several d1fferent kmds of emo
tlons dlsplayed durlng the 1n1t1at1on Some of the members showed
sngns of frwht others were very calm Whlle others were hysterlcal
We can thank Prof Anderson for the Oflglnal ldeas Whxch caused
all thelr emotxons
The organlzatlon of De Laureola ns making great preparatlons
for the annual banquet whlch IS to be held durlnv commencement
week at the hotel ln precedm years De Laureola has had the help
of the Sclence Club ID thlS matter but thls year there IS no Sclence club
thus the work all falls on the members of th1s club If preparatldn
counts for anythlnv thls should be an occaslon whlch the senlors will
remember for a llfetlme
At the beglnnm of thls year there were fourteen members At
the Hrst 1n1t1at1on nme members were taken ln At the second 1n1t1a
tlon seven more members were taken ln Thls gives a total enroll
ment of thlrty members Ten of the members Wlll be graduated this
year but We Wlll stlll have a sufhclent number to carry on busmess
De Laureola members thxs year are Margaret lVlclVlurtrey Mary
Margaret Thompson La Verne Holland C H Anderson A Roosa
Blodwln Grlfflth Alger acobs Harry Lrpparelll Dan Ulm Ruth
Streeter Alfred Kmne Harold Hansen ack Albm Mlldred Smith
Georvla Frantzen Oma Harnev Evelyn Saval Ardath Jackson Eber
Stenmffer Martha Schmxtt Henry Eddy Clara Baumback Ruby
Reed Raymond Harris Peggy 0 Ne1l Edwm Eagers Guy Harb1n
B111 Stapp Leslle Wood Vera Holland
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22 lg IS steadlly xmprovmg More puplls have become lnterested
in muslc thls year than ever before Seldom IS sufhclent
j is L stress placed on the importance of muslc IH the l-lx h School
and lt IS mterestmg to realize that the students are taklng an actlve
part ln the work thls year
The Clee Clubs conslst of elvhtv students Two days a week
are given to the separate classes of the boys and the lrls under the
SUPCFVISIOH of MISS Ellzabeth O Brlen
A magmficent Stemway plano has been purchased for the use
of the muslc department thls year
The first appearance of the chorus was at the Elko lVlemor1al
Services when Knpllngs Recesslonal was glven
The Comic Opera whlch was so dellghtfully presented by the
Olee Clubs on March ZI shows the work and enthusxasm whlch the
students have lven to thelr muslc thls year
The followlng IS the cast of characters of the Op rw Th
The Toreadors-Senor Swateo l-rwnk Sab1la S nor Xvhwclxco
lm Ohn Senor Dlctorlo Orlando Carx alho Benlta uanlta hls twin
dau hters Ruby Reed and Bessxe Parker uan Pablo wdmncls Otto
Rutleclffe and Edwln Byrne Dolores Marla Trlends Ella lVl1y Ctoodalc
and Frances Lebrnskx Dancmg C-xrls Pew y O Nell Nlarchind N w
man Lenore Crlttendon Oma l-larney Ruby Strceter and S IQI
Vlfe should encourafve the study of muslc ID E. l-l S Let us
show our appreclatlon of the opportunxtxes whlch our school so boun
teously extends to us by takmfr part ln one of xts foremost branches
the music department
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K6 HE PUBLIC SPEAKING CLASS this year was very much
, of 4. lar er than at any previous tlme havlng seventeen mem
Q, J bers Part1c1pat1on ln debatlng and declalmmg was t IS
A Q L year made open to the entlre school WhllC the class ln pub
hc slieakmg devoted ltself to the speclallzed study of extemporaneous
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After several debates before the student body the representatlves
of thlS school Ruth Streeter and Al er acobs met the Fallon debat
1nU team at Fallon on February 21 The questlon was Resolved
that Convress should amend the rmml ratlon laws so that Japanese
would be admltted to the Unlted States on the same basls as Euro
peans The Elko team on the affirmative side was defeated 1n a
h1 hly mterestlnfr debate
The return debate wlth Fallon wlll be held ln Elko May 23
The next debates were held at the State Debatlng and Declalm
mv tournament at Reno
adopt the unlcameral system of lefflslature The first debate was
w1th Lovelock 1n whlch the Elko team conslstlnsg of Wllllam Stapp
and Al er acobs drew the afhrmatlve S1d6 and won the V1CtOfy
The followlnff day however drawlnv the negatlve Slde they lost to
At the same tournament Walter ohnson represented thls school
1n the extemporaneous speaklnv contest
Fllzabeth Bell and Henry Eddy were the declalmers Ellzabeth
wmnmv first place ln the state Curl s Declalmlnff tournament
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EP 'Q lars IS to be wwalded to the sen1or Loy or 1rl who makes the
7 'Y best scholarship record dur1n the year and who enrolls at
g the Unlverslty next September
The students of Elko H1 h School do not real1ze how lucky they
xre when It comes to the schol'1rsh1ps awarded 1n thls school Every
year there are three stindln scholarshlps as well as numerous others
awarded for short storles essivs and the llke Of the three maln
scholarshlps the Edwln E Came scholarshlp IS open to all The
Lxons Club Scholarsh1p 19 to Freshmen Sophomores and unlors
whlle the Elk s IS open to SCUIOYS only
The students of Elko l-ll h School are Very fortunate because ln
some h1 h schools there are no schol1rsh1ps of any sort awarded l..et
us llve up to these honors and proxe ourselves worthy of the 1nterest
taken 1n us
8 LKO CQUNTY LIOINS CLUB shows ltS 1nterest ln t IS
fg school 1n any ways lVlost COf1SplCll0l.lS of these perhaps IS
E the awardln annually of a scholarshlp of seventy Eve dollars
'June to the freshman sophomore or junlor who shows hlmself
most deservlnv of such reco n1t1on In determlnln who shall recelve
thls award especlal cons1derat1on IS IX en to h1 h scholarshlp part1c1
patlon IH school act1x1t1es earnestness of attltude toward school work
and necessltx tor makm part or all of h1s own Way The reclplent
of the scholarsh1p must except 1n spec1al cases return to Elko
Countv H1 h School the next year to recene the award Last vear
thls scholarshlp went to X llla Vkfalther Others who have YCCCIX ed
lt are W allace H1 vxnbotham 1nd Blll Clawson
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also awarded by the l IOU Club each year to the boy or glrl who makes
the hl hest number of honor pomts clurm the year Scholarship
onlv IS eonsldered ln lectrn the wmner of thls medal Last year
thrs medal was awarded to Norlne Hanna
ln many other ways the Lrons Club has shown lts mterest 1n us
Thev haxe nex er fa1led to support the Pohob enerously by 1v1n us
a ood slzed adx ertlsement At var1ous tlmes durm the year they
have entertamed as uests of honor the members of the basketball
track and debatm teams and tne contestants 1n declalmm and ex
temporaneous speakm events
lqollowm IS the roster of the Llons Club B G lVlcBr1de PTCSI
dent H L Bartlett Vlce Pres dent E E Ennor Treasurer G H
Blaxr Cheste1Brennen H L Bruce Al Cahlan R lVl Catlm W S
Dupont Charles Evans G Grelser lVlorley Grlswold Harold P
Hale L P Harrlman R XV Hesson Dr A J llood Seymour acobs
N lVl Kerr H Keyser D Lew1s C Nl Luce W R Mayer A
C1 lVlcBr1de A L lVlc:C11nty A B Vlc ueen E R Newman F L
Potter R E Rockwell Ceor eRussell r F E. Scott Harvey Sewell
Dr W A Shaw W L Sheeler lNe1l F Smlth Buck Snelson Herbert
Sproule E VI Stemn er R B Stewart Cscar Streeter H S Taber
D vl E Vvorclen
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ACR ln the Elko H1 h School That thlrteen students are work
,HQ lnff shows the mterest that IS bem taken IH lt A reat
deal of credlt must be on en to MISS E O Brlen for the pro
egress of thls or anlzatlon lVlany new mstruments have been addecl
thls year The followm are members of the band
Cornets oe Xvheeler 1m Olm Eclwm Byrne
Saxaphones Affnes Porter Raymond l-larrls Edwm Brown
Baritone Wlllls Wayman
Tuba M110 Taber
Snare Drum Otto Rutledve
Base Drum Stephen Comlsh
There are eleven students m the orchestra Thls or anlzatlon
offers opportunltxes for advancement to the II'ldlV1dL1E-ll members
Well as bemff a benefit to the school
The first appearance of the orchestra was at the opera accom
panled by the chorus It w1ll play at the Commencement CXCYCISCS
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School begms and we take up our work for another
Soph Frosh field meet The freshmen are duly 1n
ltlatecl mto our H1 h School
Teachers lnstltute Students take a rest whlle teach
Prlmary electlons Campalgns are carrled on more
or less successfully
Campax n Ball Dances and speeches are the order
of the evemnv
Electlons are held everyone lb satlsfled and the
student government begms ln earnest
Senlor class decldes on pms and party
Every one takes a tr1p to apan Reason the SCDIOYS
IVC a apanese party
Semor glrls prove themselves to be the best farmers
by capturlng the tltle of champlon horse shoe pltchers
of the l-llgh School
De Laureola meets for the first tlme th1s year
Lecture by Dr Cutts curator of the Nevada l-l1stor1cal
MISS Harkms accldent throws school mto gloom
Thanksglvmg vacatlon Cat e us one day to eat and
one to recover the latter we surely needed
Everyone happy avam and MISS l-larklns returns to
school The happmess however turns to gloom for
ome of the students as on thls eventful day elght
yellow sllps are glven out
Dr ROb1DSOn of the U S Publlc Health SCTVICC gave
some mterestlng lectures on hyglene
Game wlth town team lnterestlng and CXC1tll'lg
Chautauqua program Dr lVl1les Tallow D1pS
Muslcal entertamment last of Chautauqua program
Freshman pro ram presented D1CkCHS Chrlstmas
Carol Last day of school for two weeks
5-School agam Too cold to be excltlng
Gxrls be ln thexr costumes for the operetta
8 Senlor Girls beat frosh junlors beat sophomores ln
volley ball Seniors avaln proxe themselves superlor
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Charter new 1SCd ln the mornm ln the afternoon we
showed our pep by havlng a rally for our team
Wlnnemucca basketball team arrlves to play
Elko wms by a score of 22 I I
Elko plays Starr Valley we W1n by a score of 34 21
Team leaves for Reno Sparks and Carson
We beat Carson by score of I 7 I 2
Reno beats us tough luck' I8 I7
Boys play Sparks and are a a1n defeated but we stxll
have faxth ln our team
We beat Wells by a score of 33 4 Dance after the
Lots of lon faces The reason IS we have heard
the returns from our examlantlons
Fallon and Elko at Elko Score 29 I7 ln our favor
6-Reno and Elko a am H ht lt out Elko team wms
provlng It deserves our falth The score was a good
one 29 I6
unlor Prom Valentme party Dancmg came first
Students recelved 1nv1tat1ons to Joln De Laureola
After conslderable torture they were fed Then
they felt better
Xlear East collectxons taken up
We beat Sparks 26 21 here at home
Boys o to Wells and defeat them bv a score of 40 9
Assembly and a debate on the apanese uestlon
Basketball team leaves for Lovelock Wlnnemucca
and Fallon We play Wlnnemucca and Wm I9 I5
Debatln team leaves for Fallon Lovelock defeats
us 1n basketball I9 I8
Fallon defeats us 1n debatm and basketball Basket
ball score Z4 I3
Telegram recelved callm off the tournament on ac
count of conta 1ous dlseases ln Reno De Laureola
Buster ohnson chosen as captam of next years
Spanlsh Club or anzzed and many lntcrested students
21 Operetta IS IN en and from all reports It IS a great
27--Senlors 1ve an mterestlng pro ram The money
Whlch they ralse IS grven to the Pohob
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ln order that our teachers may find out how much wc
don t know Block E sweaters are awarded
De Laureola holds ltS monthly meetln Glrls basket
ball starts the sophomores beat the freshmen
Boys hold a track meet The unlors w1n first
honors the sophomores second senrors thxrd and
Henry Eddy and Ellzabeth Bell w1n first places 1n the
Senlor glrls w1n basketball ame from sophs Frosh
glrls wm from junlors
Sparks Elko track meet Elko vlctorrous Sl 49
oneous speakers left for Reno
Contests are held rn Reno Elko wms first place m
glrls declamatlon and puts up a hard fight for other
In assembly we learn of the results of our lntelll encc
tests unlors tle thelr colors on the class cup Senlor
glrls play the unlor glrls and wxn back the cup You
can t keep a good class down
Track meet between Elko and Wlnnemtlcca
Sophomore clrcus dance Lots of monkeys Even
at that lt was one of the best dances of the year
9-State track meet at Reno
23 Fallon Elko debate at Elko Let s show them what
we can do
3 4 5 Exammatlonsl lVl'1ny students meet thelr W ltcrloo
6 Gracluatlon Goodbye to Elko County H1 h
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I1l1 D1ow I1 vmght deceased 1912
I1ly Rosenstock San 1+1anc1sco Cal1forn1a
H1tt1e Rosenstock San PTHIICISCO Cahf
Nett1e Drovvn Iytton Elko Nevada
Nflhe A111le1son Elko Nevada
NI1ude C111dene1 Wmtermantel 527
kenmoxe St Oakland Cal1forn1a
vhll 111115195 Elko Nevada
DOIL l11plett Bruce Wadsworth Nevada
Lou HIIIIS Gedney l'w1n Ialls Idaho
Ceo1,e B111ce Wadsworth Nevada
D1 X NI McIntosh Berkeley Cal1forn1a
Joe f1'1lIlS Elko Nevada
B11d1e Drown VV1nche1l Wells Nevada
Nlae Ga1dner Elko Nevada
H1113 lxeyser Elko Nevada
lN1nny Yates Rutherfold deceased
XIatt1e Iv.e1th Elko Nevada
Lha1l1e Kelth Lovelock Nevada
G1acc Anderson 'XIHTIIH Elko lNevada
Nlvrtle Oude1k1rk Blhlmaler Elko Ixevada
P1111 lxeyser Portland Oregon
t1to1,o Hunter deceased
XX111 NIcDowell deceased
1la1a Faber Santa Barbara Lal1forn1a
1h1rles Nlayex Los Angeles Cal1forn1a
Lhalles Drown Lee lNevada
JQSSIQ lxeysex Steele Hayward Lalxfornla
E1n11e Robmson Cannon Elko Nevada
H1115 Mayer Elko Nevada
John Nlayhugh Elko Ixevada
lx1t1e Gheen Lorlng Reno Nevada
JKNBIC H1111s Larson Nevada
XHJCIII Benson lxllne Reno Nevad1
1,1111 N11lle1 Root Oakland Cal1forn1a
lll1 Lh1ck J1,,,g,s Nevada
Hmm H1le Carson Nevada
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co lowe ontame los Xn eles 1
flfllt lx11th Lovelock Nev 1d1
C101 e Russell Elko Nev 1d1
Iohn H11nte1 Elko Nev zda
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Lllen Russell Do1sev Elko Nevad1
Addxe G111echt Bellmgcr Lamollle Nev
'1I1ldred Nhlson Kort
Fffle Johnson Cave
Georgw. Grant Hays
Ellen Russell Lhaprn Ely Nevada
BGSSIE Kexth BllI'I'lSh Lovelock Nevada
Annle Dew11 Henderson Elko Nevada
He1be1t SDIOIIIC Elko Nevada
ROSIG Rlffe l'1emewan North Bork Nev
lern Oudelklrk Handley
Ileanor Ernst Douglas
Susle Anderson Mart1n deceased
Ldlth Hale Shonerd Elko Nevada
Al1ce Hunter Wllllams Oakland Cal1forn1a
Parrneha Henry Gardener Sxcrarnento Lal
Fmma Trlplett Hayman Elko lvevada
Hattle Drown Re1nk1n 1811101116 Nevada
NI1nn1e Johnson deceased
Myrtle Myers Lrane
Harry Jones Cviagor L HJ 1o1t Leaven
Bonnle NICBTIGQ Elko Nevada
Stanlev Vhnes Ruby Xalley Nevada
Irene Hunter Hood Elko Nevada
Grace Duval Ruby Xalley Nevada
Henry Shonerd Vkashmgton D C
Molly Overman Hurd Sacramento Callf
fathelxne Dewar Elko lNevada
Xern1e Jones Ballanty Oirs Z HJ San
faylor Johnson Elko lNevada
Ilenc Xbel NI1yer Detrolt x11Ch1g811
llovd D1v1S Dunsmulr Cal1forn1a
Selena Hardesty Rlchmond Cal1forn1a
Lhza Ove1man Crew Chevenne Ykvommg
Iuc1et11 D1own Alb1on NI1ch1gan
lxat1e Drown Carlln Ixevada
A nes Ielnald Jones New York N X
Nlaurle GTOYGI Hesson Elko lNevada
arthur Grlswold deceased
1level1nd xxflghf. Oakland Cal1forn1a
Ethel Hale 'NIcG1nty Elko lNevada
Rubv Hardesty Hall Turlock Cal1forn1a
Leshe Jones tCapt L BJ San Rafael
C'al1forn1a WSan Rafael Hotel
sxlvanu NI1vhu,.h Dehmond Llko Nev
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Qui ASKETBALL THIS YEAR has been 1 Great success and
25341 would have been more so had It not been for one terrlble
55,5 fact On Xvednesday mornmsf scarcely a week before t e
date set for the openmff of the Nevada State Basketball
Tourney three members of the team walked lnto MISS Knemeyer s
office and were presented with a telegram It read somethmg to thls
effect Sorry to mform you that the State Basket Tourney IS called
off on account of contaglous dlseases ln Reno What dlshearten
fhe dlsappomtment of the members of the team can hardly be
and one mornlng came to school wlth hls collar on backwards Buster
felt so bad he couldn t eat soup for nearly two weeks Stew even for
got where locker 43 was located untll he ot the news that we mlght go
to Salt Lake Scotty neglected to come to school whlle Henry even
forgot there were such thmgs as vlrls Karl 1n hls absent mlndeclness
studled Amerlcan Hlstory and so was probably the only one to profit
l-larry Klnne Ed and Harold said nothlnof saw nothing but thought
a great deal It seemed a shame after so much practlce and such a
good season that an unfortunate thlnv llke that should happen espec
lallv when the boys were 1n hlgh hopes of capturxng the cup How
ever this catastrophe cannot keep us from 1v1n0 a brlef outlme of our
season s work
Trammg for lnterscholastlc ba ketball started at Elko Hlgh durmg
the mxddle of December After two weeks of practlce Chrlstmas vaca
tlon caused a two weeks lnterruptlon
After thls vacatlon we began practlcmv ln earnest Under the
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imagined. Spud went around the rest of the week with a long face
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clever coachmv of Mr lNel Sm1th we were ready to take the floor
agalnst Vlflnnemucca the l0th of 'muary WlnnCmUCC8 easlly went
down to defeat before the Elko h e they were beaten by the score
of twenty two to eleven
anuary the fifteenth Metropohs was added to our llst of vlctlms
The Game was pl'1yed at Elko where the v1s1tors took the count by
thlrtv one to fourteen
After 1 w ek s rest and l1 ht pracuco from a trlp to the western
part of th state we LH ed IH '1 dmc wth Xvell at Elko The
play ers from XX ell p oy d L xsv 11 d rere beaten 33 to 4
Our ne t Game wx ms w1tn I wll P the followxnff Thursday February
J Thls proy ed to be 1 l 1 l l rre '1 re but Flko outplayed outfought
and outshot tlye melon p tker thertl V ent1tl1nf1 L s to the v1ctory over
Fallon by a 29 to lf more
Thel Game proved tn bf 1 l1t le b tt r than the one the nlvht before
After a hard battle E1ko succeeded n defeatlnv Reno by a 29 to I6
On February I3 we played Sparks at Elko The l3th proved to
be unlucky for Sparks and they fell before the Elko qurntet by a score
of 26 to Zl ThlS Game w'1s the lwst 1nter seholastlc game to be played
on the Elko floor Elko won every frame played on 1ts own floor thls
Our next Game vms wth Starr Nalley the game bemv played
at Elko The farmers 'although thev showed sp1r1ts of speed were
unable to keep up to the better cond1t1oned Elko five and were beaten
thxrty four to twenty one
On anuarv 22nd the Flko squad mwaded the western part of
the state to play Carson C1ty Reno and Sparks
We played Carson the fxrst nrffht and after a very hard tussle
bested them by the score of sex enteen to twelve
The next nlffht we lmed up wamst Reno amd recelved our flrst
defeat of the season by the score of ey enteen to elvhteen
We were defeated a un the followm mvht by Sparks to the
tune of nlneteen to e1Uht 'XVe rnwht have been tlred from the hard
trlp and the precedlnff Games Xvho knoWs3
Saturday February I4 we yourneved to Wells and after a HICC
quxet lxttle Game came off the floor wlth 40 po1nts chalked up for us
Wells tra1l1nO w1th 9
February I9 we aoam packed up our basketball outfits mcludlng
our coach and departed for W mnemucca We defeated Wlnnemucca
that n1Cfht after a hard fight by I9 to l D
The next mvht me pl my ed Loy elock In thls frame we were de
feated by the n'1r1ow mmr ll of one pomt the score bemv I9 to I8
Lovelock should be pra1sed for the1r securmg the serwce of such a good
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referee db they had lOl that ffcxme
NVE: lett Lovelock the next mornmg at I 50 and drrlved III Hazen
at 3 o Qlofk where we put up for the nwht After 1 few hours sleep
we journeyed over to Fallon and played them that nwht Xve WLIC.
defeated 2-I to I3
Our Game wlth ldallon ploved to be the met one lor thlb sea on
mmte the State Toulnament was not held
The team thls season dld exctremely well by wmmnv ten amea
out of the fourteen that were plaved The stores of all the ames
are as follows
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IT Iilko IBI. 5I1ll'I' Yxlllvy III,
22 I-III' IT. 1':I1'.'oI1 Vity lil.
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III Iilko 323. Wvlls I.
I"1-In'11zI1'y 5 Iilk ZH. I"zIIIo11 12.
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Iilkrfs totzI .'-orc 23363 O11 vm! rolznl smut! 31,
L Leslie f"Spud"J Murphy
"Spud" was the most valuable man on the team. His
prowness as a standing guard is phenomenal. It will
be a long while before another man as valuable as he
will be found. At the first of the year he was played
in all positions but center and proved himself as valuable
in one place as another. He is a veteran of three years,
having begun his career as il basketeer in his sophomore
year. He made a position on the mythical all state secf
ond team and would have made all-state this year with-
out 1 doubt had the tournament been held
Walter Q Buster J Johnson
I 1b1l1t5 18 1 basketball pl1yer c1nnot be ce
l Anyone who w1tche1l this ye1rs games will vouch
I llllll He is one of the most v1luable centexs we have
l I me 11ne he has proved himself '1 e
shots. is llIlC 1nny so seldom does he miss
ll11s IS Buslei s second yeai on the team He has
1 mo Block He lS 1 Jumoi this year so vse
11e lSSlll6d of 111 1nv1nc1ble center fo1 next yeal H
lllN lltll 1l1ctul c1pt11n of the 192a 26 te m We 11e
lllt l11 1s1ll hold the position in a woxthy manner
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Ralph f"Stew"j Stewart
Who says Stvw isn't zi wail uilatrrli' lla- is only at
Hfllllllllllfllill and ho is going to bv one- ol' thv bvst plztyvrs
in our basketball history within at yuan' rn' two. Ho was
zi invnibm' of thv first vight nivn lust yvni' :intl tht- rmismi
ho fnilorl to win his letter was tho tact that nmwi' class-
invn wow given at r'lu:1iic-0 first. llc hits tvzilly vaii'iiv:l
his lottvi' this your llt't':lllSl' hv hats shown hinist-lt' to bv
ont- of tho most rvlinblo :intl 1-misistc-tit invn wc liziw
Ovvr hznl. We oxpvct git-:tt things ot' hiin in st-zisons to
Edwin C Ed D Eagers
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lid is one 1 llc 1" 51 sl 1' 'V'lI'flS ' tl ' .'1'ite. Hs- is
lull :incl iningy 'intl wus able to ",'Il'l"" at l'11"'0 boi'
1' lwklt: l " tl l' st : 'so . licl sp, ri' 'i thv
shf ' ,A vciy .2-ll '.'."ii:'. In st '."l A' nvs ini'
victmlcs wt-ic clue 10 l4Itl's uc'ci11'ur'y in the short shots.
'l'hi.' is his tiixit yi-ui' on that te'1 ' l he h'1s pinwfl
hit ' it 'tlih' 01' lhv l lor. Sin' 1 If ' ' this
yo' ' we will lust- liiin 111 'z l 21' inn. H0 "l lu'
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5 Stanley Quscottynl Scott
Scotty is just il l"l'0SllIll2lIl but that doesn't seem to
make any difference in his ability to play basketball. As
El hoopster' there wus no better in the high school. He
was always where an opponent wasn't when a pass was
directed art him. He was as consistent as t'Old Faithful,"
never' failing to come in for his share of the points in
all the games that were played.
It is indeed unusual for il l1'reshman to make a basket-
b'1ll I9'llT'l brit Scotty has proved himself 21 worthy ex-
ceptlon to the rule llc plryed forvw 1rd ior us and was
om ot thc best we hut ever had Scotty won his E
tl s ycrr
Henry C Toussamtnj Eddy
ll' tr llko to rttcnd school fr
1rri11l1 rmrr 1 rlrforn md entered
lrnnulrrtrls into the vrrrous lC1lVlt9S Ht provef 118
tl1 th yeir rn inter cliss brsket
rr plryer v11s reco nrler
utrsonr On the einr he plued his positron as stxm
11 mir 1 ll nr 1nner lil NN KS per sour s
responsrhlr lor the lou scorcs ot our opponents in sew
1 1 rmes this xc ll ind it times snerked throu h
lints 1 s o o is
r ll is l sc iirri llb err tor we sh1ll need llb
BLIVICCS IIGXI be lbOIl
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'l'hi.' is Ilcnry's first your on thc hzrskcthull team ol'
lillro High. He czir - 1 'I 2 K .'r 'olri
Al: 1 1 lligh School, Al: 'l1, Va ' ' iii, 1
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rnet 2 :ri thc first of e ' z ' ' ' '-'ass 2, .bz1ll.
I-'ror their on his arhility :rs il 2 ' ' 'af ' 2 1 by
ine Qllillll in :rn 1 l "alle 1 1 1 'zu '. zllg
cral of th- :zz S jr: ' 1 1 ' x .' .1 ' '
thc ' 1: 111111 scorzd some point: fr l'Ilk. It too ,
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we had this your. He hzis v1ii'iivcI the light to wean' tht
block "IC" by his work in b11skctb11ll this season.
Hliolml is 1 pliyer who is vtell wolthy of the position
of sub or even of L place on the fust te tm Whenosel
the first team center mis tiled O1 out of the hune
mold p ned us position with L s owinh 0 hoof
,ot the tip off in COIIIGI 1 ,ood put of the time Huold
i h lcttu this yetr but it is no wonder
tfter tikm., into consider mon the time he spent is uiltoi
of the Pohob and m studying for his entrance exxmmt
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ability. He was 21 sure shot under the basket and also
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Kzirl has risen from his ohsc-urity as ll sophoinorv to
, an eminent position on the hziskethaill te-11m in his junior
year. lie is worthy of much praise because of his spa-1-ti
and Z1C'f'11I'llC'y :is 11 forward. lie did not play l'K'5.11lllll'lj
this yr-111' hilt zilteinzited with the other f01'VN'1ll'fiS. Newi-
theless we hvlieve him to hr- :is vailuzihlv ai i'oi'wui'fl us
This is Al's first year on the basket ball squad but
during this year he has made a record which is very
unusual for a substitute forward.
Under the careful coaching of Prof. Smith, Alfred de-
veloped into a good floor man. Many times during the
esason Al was called on to substitute for one of the
main forwards and he always played a fast clean game,
winning the admiration of the crowd. Being handicapped
with a bad knee part of the season was the only thine
that kept him from WIHIIIIL., a block E Alfred will be
with us aaun next year ind we expect to see him one
of the munstays on the team
Gerald Q Bud "P Kennedy
is oui comm Iunnl ,, u'1id and if his un.
is it his du the last seison
l om to bccome one of the most valuable men on
t mm next cflson He did not play as a regu ar
1 pifwd his uoith by effectively blocking the oppon
s uc is by scorm points fm P o
lit is ilxxus dtpendible and is never likely o
him p it moppoitune moments Since he is only
huc 1 chmce to show us his 1
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'nau this: year but every time he was given a chance
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Track, 1924 -1925
'Ev -gp FTER WE HAD LABORED under the careful lnstructlon
' XY' of Prof Sweet for more than a month we elected Bill Stapp
af Q Captam of our team We then lnvlted Wxnnemucw here
handed them a very severe drubbmg by leavlng them wlth the short
end of SSM 42'Q score Stapp Murphy and Clawson were Elko s
stars whrle Hubbard was hugh pomt man for the vlsltors
After our meet wlth Wlnnemucca we had only one short week
to prepare for the state track meet ln Reno We tramed faithfully
all of that week and on Frlday May sixteenth ten of Elklo Highs
chorce track men Coach Sweet several teachers and students took
number mneteen for Reno
We all were confident that Elko would revlew her last years
Champxonshlp but m the finals that afternoon we were forced to take
second place by Sparks who took the majorlty of Hrst places rn the
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This year Elko High Schools track team has been more than
successful Three weeks of tralnlng were sufflclent to enable us to
take Sparks over 81 to 49 ln a dual meet held here On Aprll 25th
the team journeyed to Wlnnemucca and succeeded ln wmmng 83 49
On Saturday May 9th the state track mect was held and vlctory
fell on Flko who scored 44 pomts to Sparks 28' 2 Fallon was a
very close thlrd with 28 Elko s relay team COIlSlStlHg of Murphy
ohnson Eddy and Stapp succeedmg rn estabhshmg a new state rec
ord of l 36 Therefore we have two beautlful cups as a reward for
the year s efforts
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for a dual meet. They accepted and on May ninth we
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QS g ml ISS NIZZE STARTED THE GIRLS act1v1t1es ln athletlcs
l lg th1S year by organlzlng an athletlc assoclatlon TlllS asso
If , clatlon was for the purpose of gettmg the Olrls more ln
A-mix. terested ln athletlcs
Two glrls were elected from each class to oversee work of 1n
dlvldual Ulrls 1n gymnastlc work For certam thmgs accomplished
such as horseback r1d1ng skatmg swlmmlng basket ball tenms and
other mmor aCt1V1tlCS each glrl was awarded so many pomts
At the end of the year these pomts are to be counted and the
gxrl having the hlghest number Wlll recelve a sweater the second
hlvhest a rmg Ten bronze medals wlll be awarded to the next ten
glrls having the hlghest number of pomts
The first thlng we took up was tennls Many glrls were lnter
ested m thls Ruth Streeter a senlor won the champlonshlp
Volley ball was our next actlvxty After several weeks of prac
tlce the mterclass games were played The semors won these
Next horseshoe pltchmg was taken up ThlS was also won by
To basketball we next gave our attentlon To thls we anxlously
looked forward Sxnce glrls are not allowed 1n lnterscholastlc games
of any kmd lnterest IS glven to the mterclass games The senior
girls also won thls champlonshrp
At the present time we are playlnv baseball In thls sport the
mterclass games have not yet been played
When the weather permlts another tenms tournament wlll be
played We belleve thls wlll be very mterestlng as we have many
promlsmg players m our school
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X54 URING THE MIDDLE PART of NOX ember came the ca
lr I for lnter class basketball All of the teams started gettlng
Epi, into shape lmmedlately for the comlng lnter class tourna
The games were to be played on a percentage plan and the team
having the best percentage after each team had played two games with
each of the other classes were to be mter class basketball champlons
After a hard battle wlth the Junlors the senlor class was declared
lnterclass champlons and were awarded the champlonshlp cup by the
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ay K5 NTERCLASS ATHLETICS thls year has seen some keen
Egg Lk competxtlon ln track the JUDIOYS succeeded m wlnmng
'14 the cup but lt was only by hard work that they succeeded
4:-2. S--f ln dolnv so B111 Stapp who IS probably the best track man
ln Elko l-ll h but who IS closely pressed for thls honor by Leslle
Murphy was responsuble to a large extent for the jumors vlctory
The sophomores succeeded ln nosmg out the senlors for second place
The freshmen as usual were able to hold down last place
Baseball as the Pohob goes to press IS just startmg and from
the looks of thlngs there wlll be a hard tussle for champlonshlp hon
ors The senlors are favored to Wm for they have had more exper
lence than the other classes and also have some very good players
Baseball seems to be the major sport at the hlgh school 1n the sprmg
for on nearly every part of the campus one can see would be pltch
ers warmlnff up However It IS only through thls sort of exerclse
that 0'ood players are developed and It seems good to see so much
spmt shown Keenest competxtlon Wlll more than llkely be shown IH
baseball for the classes show more mterest ID lt than ln any of the
other games Here s to an mterestlng and excltlng season
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u ex It has more members th1s year than ever before and bv the
it end of the year more Wlll have been accompllshed by rt than
'Aa A has been accompllshed slnce lt has exlsted
We of the Block E all sxncerely belreve that thls advancement
IS due to our presldent Leslle Murphy who IS a three year veteran rn
both track and basketball He IS well worthy of the posltron he oc
CUPICS at the head of our soclety
The Block E. w1ll have charge of whlte washlng the E whrch
wlll take place ln May ThlS IS an annual event and IS looked forward
to Wlth much enthuslasm especlally among the Block E. members
The society this year conslsts of Leslle Murphy Walter johnson
Henry Eddy Karl VOlght Ralph Stewart Wllllam Stapp Stanley
Scott Edwln Eagers and Elmer Chambers
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ing, WSJ HE SCHOOL YEAR as Vet has not seen much tennls
hiv ext At the beglnnlnv of the year some of the tenms asplrants
Q'-A A. has been here a lonv txme and as has been Sald before very
llttle has been seen of the sport However there has been a few
games between the varlous students lnterested ln tennls and a tourna
ment has also been dlscussed Perhaps a contest wlll be held about
May 20 lf so both boys and lrls Wlll partlclpate and mdlvldual
medals wlll be awarded to the w1nners
It wlll be remembered that last year a tournament was held and
that Norlne Hanna recelved the glrls cup and that Walter ohnson
successfully defeated all the boy contenders and recelved the boys
medal A great deal of lnterest was shown last year and we hope that
before the present year lb out that more games Wlll be played and
that a tournament Wlll be held
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4 LKO HIGH bCHO0L IS AS ACTIVE ln 1tS socnl under
taklnvs as ln nv of 1ts other work The students enter 1nto
'X the spxrlt of playmfv host and hostesses wlth so muc en
thuslasm and pep fhwt the partles are bound to be success
ful It IS at these soclal Oathermffs that the students teachers and
parents can mlncfle and make worth whlle acqualntances It IS here
that school llfe rs seen ID lts moment of recreatlon
The most mterestlnv events IH the soclal world of Elko umor
entertalnment and decoratlon 19 advanced every year The students
work wlth Great care dolnff evervthmv posslble to show that Elko
unlor can do ltS duty rn enfertalnmff
The first party of the year was the Campalgn Ball It was held
on October 9 and proved to be one of the most enjoyable partles of
the year The hall was decorated to match the occasion Posters
were hunff on the walls boostlnv the candldates of the Democratrc
Llberal and Independent partles Campawn speeches were grven thus
acldmv to the evenmv s entertamment At twelve o clock everyone
left for home thoroughly pleased wxth the first soclal event of the
The Semor party the first of the class parties was held October
28 The gym was effectxvely decorated 1n apanese fashlon Mm
ature fans and parasols were gxven by llttle Glrls dressed llke apanese
maldens A beautlful touch of the orlent was not1ceable everywhere
Large lanterns of dlfferent colors were hung from the ce1l1ng Tlny
mcense burners were placed rn corners of the room and on the tables
dellcxous refreshments were served m cabaret style
On February seventh the second class party the junlor Prom
was held This year lt was held later 1n the season than usual but lt
proved to be well worth Waltlflo' for The hall was strlkmgly decorated
1n purple and white hearts The room itself suggested a beautlful
valentxne A large whlte heart Wlth a purple 26 1n the center held a
maze of alternate purple and whltc streamers whlch were Jolned at the
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walls w1th t1ny hearts Whlch added a novel touch to the decoratlng
scheme l..att1ce hound 1n the same colors were placed around the
room behlnd whlch the onlookers sat Cross word puzzles were glven
and when solved words whlch applled to the unlor Class were
found Lea Warner gax e a dellghtful dance Refreshments of heart
shaped COOklCS and 1ce cream were served When the stralns of Home
Sweet Home were heard everyone proclalmed the party a huve success
and one of the best of the year
Th Sophomore and Freshman partxes W1ll be held some trme ln
year that we are expectlnfv an equally successful party thls year S
far the Frosh have never entertaxned but we know they ll prove good
sports when they do so
The Soclal season of Elko Junlor W1ll close wlth the maln formal
partv of the year the Senlor Ball Thls W1ll be the last party glven
by the class of 73 and We know It Wlll be the crownmg event of the
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lx' m September xn preparatron fO1 the school year The fol
lowln students enrolled at the Dorm Ruth and Mary Wln
r ter A nes Porter Evelvn Saval Martha Schmltt LOUISE
Short Edna Ernst Elberta ohns Grace Parker Walter ohnson Al
fred Klnne Henry Eddy Valentlne Scott Karl VOlght Dan Andrac
Austm Delaplam lrvln Puett and jack Albm
On Hallowe en several of the students were taken to the Grave
yard where they were duly mltlated 1nto all the terrntorlal myster1es3 3
Levends of the old Dorm Spooks were related untll lt was learned
that one or two of the Glrls would be converslnv wlth the splrltual
world ln a short tlme
Doranna Womack came to the Dorm ln November from Logan
Utah where she had been attendmg school ln December Edna Ernst
moved to Eureka Nevada ln anuary Leslle and Burton Wood Jomed
the Dorm famxly and ln Aprll Isabelle Sewell moved mto the Hall
The glrls of the Hall organlzed a club known as the J F F The
followmg students were elected as ofhcers Evelvn Saval presxdent
Agnes Porter vlce presldent Loulse Short secretary and Martha
Schmltt treasurer Thls clrcle meets once a week
Many are the Good tlmes enjoyed by the students at the Hall
The Dorm llfe IS somethmv that we wlll never forffet especlally when
we stop to thlnk of the wonderful tlmes we have spent here and the
worthwhlle frlends that are made between the students and teachers
ln the evemngs lxttle vatherln s upstalrs help to llven up thmgs
lVl1ch1gan and other games are enjoved and many are the evenlng
feeds that the students have
Several of the Semors wlll leave the Hall thrs year We know
they ll never forget the Dorm tlmes It IS w1th many regrets that we
will see them go
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06,4 HE SOPHOMORES DID NOT Wm the annual meet by as
,,.v bw a mar IU as they had expected ln all events except one
,aj they were otlered the keenest klnd of comptltlon by the
J ls Frosh
The battle royal afforded excellent sport for the sophomores
These mwhty warrxors bamshed our newly arrlved pader wxth a few
left strokes of thelr ham llke flSt5 almost demollshlng the dlgmfled
Senxor class of four years hence lD1YSt one ffory frosh crawled out of
the battle field and then nother untll all had finally declded that hos
t1l1t1es were entlrely too sex ere ln thls manner the battle ended
Last came the tu of war A mlghtv tug lt was for the losers
were to be sousecl 1n water and xt looked as lf one was a reluctant
as the other to take the cold plunge At last the Frosh dCCldCd that
dlscretlon was the better part of valor so they took the swlm
Thus were vanqulshed the peace lovm trlbe of Frosh by the
proud and haughty sophomores
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1 NLY THREE MOTION PICTURES were shown durlng
W thc year l92-4 1929 ln our assembhcs These three were
NF durlng Educatlonal week Wlth a lecture Olven at that time
The first to be shown was Hats Qff ln whlch an endeavor
was made to teach us proper respect for the Natronal Flag The other
plctures Sons of Swat and One Scar of Many were shown on
Health Day Sons of Swat was an exceptlonally mterestlng and
humorous film depxctm two boys of Fu e or srx 5 ears ln several demon
stratlons of boxmg
The Chautauqua course Owen lmmedlately before our Chrlstmas
holldays conslstecl of several dellghtful numbers The lecture of
Robert Parker lVl1les called Tallow Dlps was by far the most mter
estlng and lnstructlve number put on at that tlme
For the lovers of muslc an excellent program was offered by
Skovvaard the Dafl1Sl1 V1Oll11lSf l-le was accompanlesl by hls wlfe who
gave a number of plano solos to add varrety to the program
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G 1 URINC THE YE XR IQ74 71 our wssembhes and programs
have ecllpsed those of other year Last year we began a
custom of haun each clnss uc a program 1n the eneral
.ar assembly as 1tS contrrbutron to thc entertsunln of the school
The plan worked out splendrdlv althou h two of the classes have not
yet Olven thelr programs at the trmc the Pohob Goes to press Those
glven by the Semors and Freshmen outclassed any of those glven last
lmmedxately precedrnv the Chrrstmas holldays It conslsted of a one
act play entltled A Chrrstmas Carol based on the story of the same
name by Charles Drckens The play was put on rn a very credltable
manner ames Bell and Taylor Pottofr are worthy of commendatlon
for the splendld way IH whxch they depleted the characters of Scrooge
and Bob Cratchltt
The Senlor program the only other class program put on to date
conslsted of a play The Obstmate lqimrly A modern verslon of
Romeo and ullet was presented by Henry Eddy and Ruth Streeter
Romeo comes rrdmff up m h1s l1ttle HIVVCI' and Whrstles for uhet
who appears at the Wmdow Then the conversatlon begms and IS
carrled on wlth a lrbeml use of slan m the style of the modern cake
eater and Happer acl Albm and Edvsm Eafvers sang a duet en
tltled Romeo and uhet When uhet stabbed herself and Romeo
took polson a near r1ot of fun occurred Thls play was not Given 1n
General Assembly as other class entertamments are but was presented
as a publlc affalr to whlch admxsslon was char ed The proceeds
went for a most worthy cause The Pohob
Durmg Educatlonal week three assemblles were held m whlch
some of our hlgh school orators such as Henry Eddy and Harold Han
sen took part The first assembly was on Constltutlon Day At thxs
assembly talks were grven by Henry Eddy Harold Hansen and Mr
Anderson W e all left the assembly '1 lrttle more patr1ot1c that day as
a result of these talks The secox d of these assembhes was the one
on Patrrotlsm Day 1n whxch Mr Harold Hale and Mr Carvrlle gave
mterestmv lectures Un Health Day Dr Shaw xlslted our assembly
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Earlv ln the ye xr Pcv Doull of the Biptlst Church gave an lllus
trated lecture on Australn and 1ts peoples lVlany of us learned a few
th1n0s about Austraha that were very astonxshmv lndeed for ex
ample that the hwhest pot on the rslwnd was not even 3000 feet hrgh
Whrch IS Cjllltii remarkable for so large a p ece of land The lecture
was dellvered IH a del htful and CHfC1At?tlHlHg manner whlch reheved
us from the drudfrery of CIVIF Patxxousnw that we would otherwlse have
been subject to
everv respect we should perhaps choose those when Dr Robinson of
the U S Army v1s1ted us and lectured to us The first was to an as
sembly of all of the students ln hrffh school ln thwt lecture she Gave
us a very worth whlle, talk on general hyfuene and sanltatlon The
two remamlng talks were dlvrded between the boys and fflrls Gym
classes To each Group she fwvc '1 lecture on personal hyvlene and
showed some very xnterestn fv motron prctures to lllustrate her talks
Our only debatrnv wssembly of the vecxr was glven just before the
debate wlth Fallon IH order to fnve the debatrnv team a but of compe
t1t1on before the debate w1th liallon Even though our regular team
lost It was rather due to the Slde of the ouestxon they had than to the
manner ln Whlch they Gate thelr talks
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Geor 18 Well 1ts the next thmb
An 1wful accldent upstreet'
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Prof Jones Irxm wl11t IS work
I1v1n Izverythmg s work
Prof Dou vou mean to tell n1e
th'1t th1s t1ble IS work
Irv1n Sure woodwork
John S15 wh'1t klnd of fellow
Blm Hes one of those fellows
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H1rrw You and who else"
Ruby .hck and I m 1fle all mlles
comma home 1n H1rolds car one
lootle xwhlt d1d you quarrel
'Ih1s dance 15 so monotonous S'lltl
tow Wflhhl but NI1ry NI1r1.,aret
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Austm Where does Jrck o every
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'W 1 W T THEIR LAST MEITTINC of the year De Laureola mem
,n bers lrstened rntently to the prowram knowrn that probably
, they would not meet a 'un for 1 lon trme The expressron
on the faces of the farthful members as they sat the e showed
that therr thou hts were srnythrn but happy ones and when the clos
mfr number jack Albrn s sonff The Nr htm ale was completed
srghs of relref were heard
lVlr Anderson rmmedntels stood before the club ercpressrng wrth
hrs farewell a request thwt ten years from now these members should
meet rn Elko to show respect 'md honor to the club whrch had rn the
prevrous years afforded them such reitt pleasure
Years passed On lVlay 26 IQ3 Mrs Roosa eated comfort
ably rn the lar e Art and Musr room of the once Elko County Hrofh
School Wartrng patrentlv Much bud occurred rn these years and one
was the enlarvement of the burldrnfr Beautrful leathered charrs were
everywhere The art of the later students seemed to show but lrttle
rmprovement as they 'rdorned the walls on every srde Whrle azrng
rn fond recollectrons Mrss Roosa noted '1 tall stately lookrn entleman
wrth a cane on hrs arm eome toward her He touched lrghtly the long
whrskers whrch helped make hrs appearance more stately He twrrled
hrs cane and Oazed rn amazement at the room then walked qurckly
to Mrss Roosa
Ah I belreve MISS Roosa 3
Yes but pray who are you3 Your vorce rs famrlrar but
Don t you know me3 Funny only ten years affo we met here
I am Dan Olrn
lVl1ss Roosa was a tonrshed Un rnqurrrnff where he had been
rn the past years she found tnat after he had frnrshed H S he had
taken vocal lessons and had become 1 second Caruso It was a won
der of the world how rn such a short trme so much eould be accom
plrshed but we who know hrm know thwt rt was hrs natural musrcal
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beautrful chrld adorned rn some of the most exqurslte clothes that one
could possrbly rrnavme Her tllted hat shaded her lovely eyes Never
the-less her appealrnff smlle and sweet voxce helped assure everyone
that she had become successful at her llfe s work a desrgner for all
fashrons not only rn Amerrca but rn Parls also Her salary was umm
avlnable and her taste exclusn e
A tall dark man w1th streaks of soot across hrs cheek opened the
door stealthlly Pardon me but Alcfer acobs and hrs wrfe are here
You re the new Janltor here Your name3
lVl1ss Roosa starlnvly l'larry3
Yes Nlam Am ln a hurry Have to tend the furnace See
A nolse outsrde was heard Alver acobs what w1ll the society
people say rf they see us bemv ushered rn by the Janitor
Well Dear had to lend the car to unror MISS Roosa3
MISS Roosa stepped forward to greet the couple
I Guess you remember me3 l want you to meet my Wlfe Blod
w1n you took Frvrc Pat from her
ust then the sound of a Rolls Royce was heard outside and every
one recovnlzed ack Albln the drrector of the Zergfield Follres and
hrs beautrful lcadmo lady Margaret Mac who wore the latest Albm
attractlon presumably the latest 1n women s attrre It conslsted of a
short whrte fluffy chlffon ffown that enveloped her 1n a cloud of laces
I hope you won t find rt too rnconvenlent here We wlll leave
for Parls 1n a few days
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dress showlng her dellcate pmk ear trps toddled to the latest arrrval
Why Prof you really look
I just managed to get here and I m extremely trred
Poor Prof' He certarnly looked d1fferent as he trlpped lrghtly
across the room to hlS old colleague MISS Roosa' Fhat a contrast
Prof 1n hrs whlte Palm Beach trousers and hrs latest sport creatron a
green and red checked frock coat to MISS Roosa 1n her royal purple
evemng gown whrch matched beautrfully the novelty head gear made
of brlght red ostrlch feathers and tled wlth yellow rrbbons Prof
hardly recognlzed her rn her hennaed bob
ust then the phone rang and Harold the bell hop of the Wool
worth burldlng answered the rlng
Who3 Mary Margaret the Major s wrfe of Shafter begs us to ex
cuse her on account of previous socral engagements
ust then La Verne the flapprest of Happers emerged from behrnd
Venus De M110 Her dalnty bobbed halr lay ln rlnglets on her head
and her large lnnocent snappy eyes danced merrlly as she gazed at
Mildred and Klnne who had just arrrved Mrldred had become a fam
ous mathematlcan known the world over for solvrng the Fourth dlmen
s1on and now workrng on the Frfth Klnne had had a hard day at
school l-le had succeeded the former Chemlstry teacher of Elko I-hgh
Recently a posltlon had been offered h1m 1n the Chem1stry department
In the course of a few hours after everyone had met and talked
awhlle the banquet was 1n order and hun r1ly the De Laureolans of
former years ate the luncheon they had planned so long ago
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