Elko High School - Pohob Yearbook (Elko, NV)

 - Class of 1929

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Tal"-n.llI ll'uf'll'1. as 1- Tbe Empty Basket Dot S0 La Lee 1S dymg on the wlllow co Under the stars of the desert mght Around her people chant and the l1ght Of a bonfire holds back the blot Or darkness where the Great Splflt mxght sneak And carry Dot S0 La Lee away Dot So La Lee the whxte medlcxne man swore, No use to iight the reaper any more But Indlan IIICCIICIHE man say yes you can Keep llfe 1n Dot So-La Lee wlth pan Beatmg to scare the Splflt and Fxre And chant I'lS1I1g even to the shlnmg stars And both are wrong Dot S0 La Lee she knew Her llfe was woven years and years ago In cunnmg baskets with the trlbal llfe And hlstory customs follles hopes and fears The tough wlllow vull not dle for years And years and years The color wxll not fade Tl'e story of yesterday tomorrow will be As new as the babe new made Dot Go Le Lee w1ll not dle Even though her body Joln the du 4 SAN FRANCISCO BU Courtesy Nexada Fedelatxon of Wofnew Clubs 1 ' ' ' 0 I g q ' I s 0 n I I 1' ' , - jg . - N f 'LK ' 92 .ff t rx c ' 'Qu e 5 ,fn I A - V' n '1' - . 2 X .v, .2 ' rs .Diff 6, e I! - - - . . . t b - - - , , - - - , '. I I A N ' ' . . . . . -' ' - ' Q, ' - ' . v V , , 4 v, - .V ' Y U . -,. Y ' ' ' L n. s .. 5 .- lll .r"I ll 'nr-"'IlII Efvl H.l"l-LIII ll"-ufllk. Foreword PTPR A S'IUlJl4N1 L JLADI XIPS Ixom H1,,h S4110 ml he uouilly foxy ts the funcllment 11 tx nmng he retelwc l T the ictlxltles he took pmt m and the ergoyment he had vxhxle ftttendmg Hlgh Sthool But not for long rlhIOLlg,h the annuils pubhshecl xxhllt he ittend school ht vslll igdxn lufl agam be able to llxe over hxs txpcrlenfes ol hls Hlgh Qchool th lt are past It lb the duty ol wen mnull to pzoudt x h1itorJ ol school v.ct1x1t1eQ both ol the students and the f"'lf.Llll.y members It must be 1 POOQICI to: lts wchool incl forvx ucl the ctuse ol CClllC21L1OI1 Wlth ll these um, ln wow the Pohob ol 1920 xx lb completed wxth the co opexfltlon of btudents, telther md out slde agencles VXQ trust thit this Pohob xxlll plove xxmthv ol the School Phe Qt iff b 3 A n n , . 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Ill -r"'l ll 'Hu-"llII ful "'u.I"'1.llI ll"'u-fllk. 30 HIS P-KCI 1s xt luttullx cleclu xtmcl to the nun the School loud who xxollwecl so tonsxsttntlx lor Olll sthool thls yen It was due hmltly to then effolt pissed by the lNcx ul L lit,lSl1lllIt md wt th ink them cltsplte tht tact th it the blll xx ls lost We know thex ulll ltnexx than eftolts m our behfllt l'1t6l lhe nlcnmus ot tht Bond ua l co1 Pun Jflmes Dxbut Haxry Q illLI 10 an . - . I I : n I - - 5 - I .' . li Us 1 1' ' 1' "2 1 X ' xlwrs ol' K. . ., 2 .l .. . U- . fi , ', . 3 that the bill authorizing' the building Ut' za. new gynlnwsiurn vvflsy 2: ' 'zz ? l"' sz '22 ' - ' 2 ' ,i T D ' Y . R. Y' V , v ,' . 'Z lvz 1' . V hurt C 3.2 . Wffikiiqw Wifikg M MUllllll7?Tyf J 3 AQZQVSE? 51 ff 327-ig-N E H H' vis, 91" Hwwwmwwwwwnwwwwwwwj f , , , ., FI iv U ' f ' E YVIJYMJYI W V A ' 'H V 7 A D -1- Nlf1J1lAA C? --7 -- ..,, , .?'Tg1i,,f 4" '1 ,.:.i ,rf L-+L-L-1 f f - ' mb - 5 - 1 X X 2- 'fs If If 'T ' ' ' f 2, R. V 1 1' I! a X!! 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W . , A I , V . 1 by W LW , 1 SEN1011 E N THE fall of l929 a new Freshmen clas Green as all Frosh C entered Elko County l-llffh as the class of 29 At tha .Q time we were thlrty eiffht in number There are now say Good bye to our l li h School days ln our Freshman year we did not take an active part in any of the school s activities but as Sophomores umors and Seniors w have shown our influence in manx wavs lnhe Seniors took the inter class basketball championship in V928 and in l929 while last year three teams tied for the championship The girls have been the basketball champs since they were Freshmen Several times through our lil h School years new members have joined us some to leaxe again soon others to stay with us until the eagerly anticipated Commencement Day Many of our original class have left us some for other schools one Xvalter E. Murphy fo the Great Beyond while others have followed the path of matrlmony Our class officers for this vear are Carmon Rogers Presi dent' Everett Wayman Vice-president' Russell Wr1O'ht Secretary anc Treasurer. Carmon came to our school tvxo 5 ars ago and joined us with the same spirit and sportsmanship that he is carrying out this year. Everett has been Vice-president of his class for the four years in Hi h School. Last year he was captain of th basketball team and this year he holds the offices of Mayor of Elko unior and President of De Lau- reola. Everett has clone a great deal for the school and his class. Any time someone wants something clone he can be sure that Red will be one of the first volunteers. Russell is another of our l oys who has pushed the Seniors to ca 17 -H I lll"..I":l'lln'H.I'nlllI1Ef1I .H:l"'1:llI'll'H.f'1ll's Il .mik ' " .J . 3 V s. . r - rx T , - - 2 thirty-two Seniors, and we feel a trifle sad, for soon we must F A SS, X Y ca ' Sig ' ' il V ' - ' x . ,0- T5 . . Y E I, D . , . . . 3 . D , , , , . I . , i c . 7. I ' .I . Z , '- . . . , 7 1 1 " 3 1 A 1 IS Z 2 g S x l 'D the top Bern Seniors and feeling that we were quite able to control our conduct without a supervisor we felt that we wouldn t need any one to fill the office of Ser eant at Arms It has worked out splendid ly so far but if the time comes when we will need someone to act as such there are several large boys and irls in our class who would delight in tapping the smaller ones on the shoulder The Seniors play an active part in De Laureola we are repre sented in that organization by fourteen members When we were Sophomores we put on a play under the direc tion of MISS Gilmer called the Hoo Doo The active members of the cast were Ruth Bailey Rilla Frantzen Rosie ayo l-lelen Peterson Georgia Hanna Alexander Puccinelli ack Sutherland Herbert Clark Robert Duval and a number of others ln our unior year we produced a farm program directed by MISS Wynkoop Marjorie Simpson George Hanna Averill Boyd and Earl Roberts enacted a very effective swing song and dance Twelve Girls and boys with hoes buckets sewing and churns made an ideal farm scene The climax was capped however by our production of the play Be an Optimist on the twenty third of November under the direction of our class sponsor lVliss Roosa The cast included Evelyn Asher George Hanna Edith Warner Helen Peterson Rosie ayo Rilla Frantzen Carmon Rovers Everett Wayman Alexander Pucci- nelli ack Sutherland Herbert Clark and Fauntelle Swett. Between acts Averill Boyd and Earl Roberts accompanied themselves on the guitar and banjo and sanff some popular selections which were Ofreeted with applause. Like most Senior classes we regret our leavin the home of our most cherished school days. Vile have tried to do our best but must leave unhnished work to future classes. Soon we shall be gone but we hope we shall not be forgotten. M. O. 29 .-18... lll'-1" l'll "Ll-"'IllI'Ef1l 'I ' '- - - u - . .K 1-LIII ll"'H.rf1ll1w. 0' . . . D D . . Q .Q , ,. g . .. - , K 1 Z3 - S ,D .. . , - D . . . . . st H . r . . . . - s x ,I 1 s v i nj 1 s n - J , - v a 5 a a N . . u . v ' v 1 9 1 v 1 ,I 1 1 5 J 1 ij 7 9 CJ D U 1 -. 3 I . s I Ill .r"'llI"1.a-VIII! il 'H.l'H.llI ll"x.ff'l ALEXANDER PULLINELLI Hlgh School Track 131 141 Hlgl School Basketball 141 Class Ath lcs 111 141 Gee Cu 111 12 131 Student Government 131 141 P 11 Assoud ION 141 Fore ICS 141 Pohoo xff 141 amatlts 111 MARIF M RIOHDAIN C, ass Athletmcs 111 121 131 G et ub 111 121 131 DI1IU'llCS 131 Gxrls Athletlt Assoclatxon 11 RUSSELL VS RIGHT DeLaureol1 121 131 141 Delsiure 011 Secretary 141 Glee Club 111 141 Class Secretary 131 141 Pohob Pdltor 141 Dramatlcs 131 MARIF' J OLIN 'iss Athletlcs 111 121 3 De Laureola 141 Glee Llub 111 121 Glrls Athletlc Assn 111 1 1 131 141 Student Goxemment 11 amatlcs 1 1 1 1 131 1 e IC Sllxer F 121 "F my ".' , 3 L '-:dgJ.'X. ..Z,...:' 1 "'?2"f I1-u OQCOOQ 0090 .2 5 ,E LJ. .... L.:F.1 ,h I' A 1 1 4 .am-me ,.A.A if . 120i ADLLINA AQHABAL as Athletics 111 121 U 1u1eol'1 131 141 Glee Liub 111 121 131 Bionz L Girls Athletnc Xssot1.1t1on 141 Student Govern ment 141 Lommerclal Honors 1 HFRBERT H CLARK H1 hSchoo1B1seb11l 111 1 1 1.1 ass Athleties 111 12 3 Glee Club 111 Biock E Society 121 131 141 Student Government 1 141 Drama ics 21 131 141 B11 Association 4 EVELYN ASHER De Laureol 13 141 Glee Club En IS 121 a tional Foren it League 121 131 141 Student Government 141 Declama n 131 141 Orches ra 121 Lommercial Honors 121 131 Pohob Staff 141 Dramatics 111 12' LARMON A. ROGERS Bar Association 141' De Laureola 131 141' Forensics 131 141' Eng ish "E 131' Dramatics 131 141' Trans- fer Pershing high School 131' Asst. Fditor Pohob 141' Chass President Ill'-I"-I'llu"Ll"7-llllllfil .'Hl'l1.IllI'll'Lf1llMI M A 1 kfflf ,,p.:.L..4.w., ' " 5 1.1 ',', 192 Q .Q A 1' L- -M X, .4-Us 4.1.11-,4,.. 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GWA, 141. 114 ,J 'g.' 1 L, ,2,"13 T C11 , 1, 1"1, 141: 1 M1 1 111, 121, 315 1 ,t' , 111, is 1 1' , , g 1- ' ' ,1 1. 1 1 Q. 111, 121. 13113, gi" n 1 N l 1 ' s" , , 1 H ' x 1' tio, 111, 121,' ,' 3' 1 1 131,141.3 Y 3 Y v VY 1 1 3 4 , , 1 , , 1 I ' 1111 ' ' Y 1 1 , ' aj" AZKMLA, ft, ' -. .JZ 'l x .1 1 l3f1'ia5" U" J Ill .r""I llu"'l.l"'llII Ef1I AVERILL BOYD Hlgh School Track 131 141 Class letlcs 1 12 41 Gee ub 111 131 141 Orches ra 141 Drama 1cs 1 1 131 141 Student Government 14 Chamber of Commerce Scholarshlp GEORGIA ROQA HANNA Cass Athletlcs 111 121 13 14 GIFIS Track 131 De Laureola 12 Appellate Just1ce 141 Pohob Stafr Damatlcs 111 131 141 V Presldent Glrls Athletlc Assocxamon 141 Athletlc Sllver E 111 131 JAMES EVERFTT WAYMAN Hxbh School Track 1 12 Q 1 41 Hlgh School Basketball 1l 1 12 C tlcs D reola 121 Presldent De Laureola 141 Mayo1 141 Pohob Staff 141 'Stud nt Gox enment 111 121 131 141 Dramat xcs 131 141 Natlonal Athletlc Bra ermty 121 141 Llass VICL resldent 111 121 141 Ge ub 111 HLLFN K IFI I1 RSON H hqCh00I'lra1"k 171 lm X11 ICS 111 lamp 141 Secretmx De Iauveol 131 Vlce Presldent De L'1lllCOl'3 14 ee Club 111 121 Brome F Slver E 131 GlF1SAlh97lt xXSOC13.tl0I'1 111 121 131 141 P1651 dent Glrls Athletlc ASSOCIHLIOH 131 141 Appellate Justlce 141 Ozches tra 111 121 Class Pres1dent 111 121 131 Pohob Staff 141 Dramat 11.5 111 121 131 141 L1ncolnEssaV Contest 121 Athletu, Gold and SIIVEI 12 1hl'l1.llIll"Lr"ll11. 1 ..,..,..,,,,,, M11 1929f+ "?"f"'V 'L H!" Vfir 3 I ?2I 115 fa ..'!.-is - . I I - ' - ' Q u l ' 11 .1 'A' A A A 1 55 1f"f'11 1.1f1 3 f54f,:T1,'ffi1, 1 ' 1 1 A-1- I Q ' .P .,,f 1 " 1i1'E'Zi1i'+f443w15if M ,ig y y 1 Y Q , 1-'l.2f,1Eit, 1 1 ' 5 12 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 1 .. -11,---a Alh ' 1 11, 1, 131, 1 g 1 fi-2 Cl 1 1 1211 . z 1 1. 1. -111 111, 121, 131, g '1' , 1 , f'i7f' 2 1,,".L..i,1Li, 1 1 ' , 1 A 1 3 ' 1 A . 1 .ij I " " ' , Y . 1,5 1 ' 1 . 1 11 1: 'Q " . ' 1 I 1 '1 11 131, 1411 Glee Club, 111, 121, 1313 I ' - A Q 1 3 I . I . ,. 141: YT 1 1 1 1 1C9- 1 , - . - . .1 11 h I j Udall nt' 1 1 i .. ,,,, 4 J 1 ,..t. 'ff ,1 1, 1, 191. - Z ' . ' 5 , , 1, 1 '1 ,Q 131, 141: lass Athle' 1 111, 121, X -, 1 131,141Q e Lau . ,131,141: 1 .' A f Y 1 1 v, 1 - 1 A A 'A 1 ' '1 1' 1311 1 '1' ' 1- 'A P ' , , , 131, 2 le Cl , , 121. "1 ' " I ig. - 1, 4,111.51 1 ' let' , .121.131,141.I1e 1 '01:1. 'A Q 121,131, ,g. , 1 -4 , I . - . I A rl l 1 I G1 , . ' : A " 111 ," ' 1211 .'1 -1 1 ' 1 1 - ' ' . ' 1 .1 , Y - 1 Y I ' . IN I - ,FX 1 1 - , 4- " ---e . - 1 1.1.-...-:..1 ' - X-f 1, 131- . - - - ' ' " ' ' ' ' " .. 21 .. Ill .r"l ll 'l..r"'lIlI l'f1l '5Ll'1.llIll'H.H"llR- VIDA DAVIS assAth1et1c,s 111 121 131 G Llub 111 121 Glrls Athletlc Asso xtlon 14 RICHARD RAIN DOLPH H h School Track 111 121 131 'los Athletlcs 111 1 1 131 ee nt 111 2 131 141 Drama lcw 111 131 Llmss Sergeant At Arne EDITH WARNER Lhsb Athleucs 13 141 De L'1u 0 1 Bronz lr 5 Athletlc Ass n 111 121 141 FOFSHSICS 111 141 Dramatlca, 141 Athletlc Sllver WILLIAM GAUL Glee Club 111 Chss Athletlcs 111 22 - I I 1 Q I I . I I I l . l Q -f 4- CI 1- , , f , 3 lee I "jr ci: A' , Y 1. I . , ', A ig . , , , , 3 Q 1' CL F. ' ., , 2' , 3 G1 ' Club, 111, 121, 1311 Student Gevern- ' me . , 1' 1, 1 1 L' 1, ', , 1 '1 ' - - 1 1, 3- 131. ,, ,Q ff ' f - ' , 1, 5 5 - re.lf, 121, 131.1411 1311 G' 1" ' ' ., , , 131, , 125 131, J ' ' ' - ' 131. ' ' 1 "5 - , : 1 ' 1 1 -.IL llI""..r"'l ll "l.lJ'llII Ef1l CHRISTINA SMITH Class Athletlcs 121 131 141 De Laureola 3 141 Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 141 Transfer JOHN SUTHERLAND ass Athletlcs 111 131 141 Ldureola 141 Glee Llub 11 Stu 11 nt uovernment 111 121 131 141 Urcnestra 111 121 131 Dramatxcs RUTH BAILEY glass Athletlcs 131 141 Glce Llub 141 UIFIS Athletlc sn 11 121 131 141 Drama lc C ILBI1 RT J WARE Pohob Staff 141 Dramatlcs 131 141 student Government 131 141 Bu ASQOCIAUOH 141 'H.l"1.llIll"'LH"ll"-u Nmasze XVI i 'X M 5 X J M w ' . U n . I 5 1 I I u n I I f , 1 .1 .111 li- .-. 4 1 . t ,- 4 - 4-11.2. , O X I 1 .i N . ' ' , , , 1 - U 'd . A '. 1 1, 3 ' ' ' . 3 . , ' 1 ., ' ' A'! . '41 1x , .1 1 I Cl " , , . 3 De! A , ' 1 I I 1 11 - ' 1 A 6 ' . . ' . , 3 , ' -N 1 1 1 A ' Q . ..T 121, 141. 1 ,"' V , it 11I.k121. 131, ' 1' " V' 'I , 1 H As ' ., 1, . 1 3 t 'R I . q 121,131, 141. ,. , f' ' . illlf , 1 ' ' ' ' ' . ' git I i - 1 1 I 11 1' Q j J A A' A , ' 1 Y ' 1' vpn 1-:E 1 ,' , '11 1 ' I .1 1. f , N! 11 . 1 N' , . 1 fig . 6 M ,,g, is If A ,f, -ll, Liga- 4. . I 11:77 A. -f -'f'-11" L . . , F Q .A41.J..g,, ,,,, ,,,,,, 1 J., '- - 23 - lll".r"'l-II 'u-"llII'Ef1l H' 1929 -ZRKMJY1 5E """5"' Aww! mo 1n:l'l1lllI'll'H..af1ll.'-C I-1 AUNTELLE SW ETT ass Athletlcs 111 121 131 ee Club 111 121 131 Glrls xt Assoclatlon 111 121 131 amatlcs 111 121 131 GEORGE MATSUMOTO Transfer 13 Konawena Hlgh School Kona Hawau Class Athletlcs RILLA FRANTZEN ass Athletxcs 111 12 Gnrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 111 121 14 Glee Club 121 Student Government 141 Pohob Staff 1 DOROTHY BENSON ass Athletlcs 111 121 131 De Lftureola 121 131 141 Glee Cl b 121 131 C-lrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 121 131 DFRHIHIICS 121 131 Trans fer Seattle Yx3,Sh1I1gtOl'l 141 Trans fer Sacramento Callfornla 121 I 1 I I I l V' 'f W 1 v Q Q Q Q " Cl' A , . , ,141: .. ' G1 ', , , g"Ath- 1' An a,1 . 1 let' ' ' , , , ,wg 1 DI' ' 1 . , , 141- fl ' ' ' ' .3 4 ' ' '1 .. f ' 1 131- 1 ' 1 1 - , 1 Cl' ' , , 1,131.141Q A I A 1 131. A 12 . 'I v " ' ' " 11 , 2 , 41: ' " Dra.matics,111,121,141. Cl' ' , , 1 , 1412 1 1 1 1 I U 1 11 1 1 1 1 M 'T' Ay I , 21-1 W 1 1 ,,.,1 .,...fLt , 1 Wt , - , V 1 - 24 .. Ill .I"'l ll-'url' IIII fl FLI ANIOR F ZUNINO C,absAthleL1cs 111 121 131 bee uh 111 1.51 Drama ICS 1 1 Culs Athletle ASSOLIHIIOII 111 121 ROY WALTHFR iss Athletlcs 121 13 UI old 141 ee Llub 121 .J Ddd Fellow Qcholflrshlp 131 RUTH LINLOLIN ee Llub 111 121 141 Omhesm .IOP FIALH Student Government 2 3 Llxss Athletlcs 111 -25.2 'lhl"'1.llI llqnrfllis Frm? 9000 694 OOOOO4 r il ww lll -r"'l ll.'H.r"llII Ef1l Wal'-u.llI ll"kaf'll'H. GLADYS BRADLEY Transfer Reno Hlgh School 131 Dramatlcs 141 Glrl s Athletlc Asso clatlon 131 Glee Club 131 HFRBFRT SWINBURNE Pohob Staff 131 Class Vlce Presl dent 131 De Laureola 121 131 N tlonal Forenslc League 121 131 141 German Club 131 FOFGHSICS 111 131 En llsh E 131 Hlgh School Track 121 131 C1133 Athletlcs 131 ROSIE JAYO ass Athletlcs 111 121 131 4 Glee Llub 111 121 Glrls Athletlc socxatlon 111 121 3 141 ms 111 121 131 141 De Laure ola. 141 P ARL MERLIN ROBERTS Cass Athletlcs 111 121 131 141 I-hgh School Track 111 121 131 141 Hlgh School Basketball 111 121 141 Blocl E Socl ty 31 Orchestra 111 121 131 Glee Cub 121 131 Block E Secretar 1 . I I I - I Q C U O I I I -rn - sv 1 4 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 . 11 : a- ' 1211 4 g' " 111. 121: , Bronz 1211 Dramatics, 111, 121, U 1 V b 1 ol , 1 Q 1 ,1 1: . As ' A '. '1 1, 1 1. : Dra- V mat", 1 1 1 Z ' I f 1 1 'FS' Q 1 . , 1 K,1,,,, . 1 1 1 1 1 1 " 131, 5 -4 -' " 'e' , 1 ',141f 33 111, . 3 " " y. V 141. -25- Ju 1011 K, W HE CLASS of l930 is nearing the end of its third year in 9 v Elko County H1 h School When we came as Freshmen fffg in the autumn of l926 we numbered sixty and were hailed AJ! have passed the Class of l930 has proved that it is a class of great quality as well as quantity There are fifty four members in the class this year Four of the boys have made the first basketball squad through most of their high school career These four boys are ess Goicoe chea ohn Nichol Earl Paul and Donald lVlclVlurtrey ohn Nichol was captain of the basketball team this year and ess Goicoechea was president of the Block E. Society The junior Class has played a lar e part in the Student Gov ernment of Elko H1 h School ess Goicoechea and ohn Nichol were Supervisors for the past year and Ted Carville was elected udge The juniors also have always been leaders in Debating and Forensics Several of the unior Class have been honored by De Laureola and a lar er number entered De Laureola at the midyear init ation The present members are Hayden Henderson Alice Batchel der Herbert Swinburne lVlar1eva Westfall Robert Westfall Marjorie Dysart Hope ulnn Kenneth Luce Ted Carvllle Angelina C-ialy Lois Hayes Carol Scott Theresa auregui Ethel Bellinger Grace Amonette Henry arvis Harriet Wri ht Antoine Primeaux and lrwin Ro ers. At the beginnin of the past year the uniors met and elected their class officers. Ted Carville was elected President' Herbert Swinburne Vice-president and Glendon Walther Secretary. These officers have served us very capably in the past year and much credit is to be extended to them. Herbert Swinburne is leavin us to graduate at the end of his third vear. We wish him luck. The unior Program mas presented early in the year and from all reports it was a big success. K. l... 30. .27,,- Ill'-F"-:l'll.'HJ'nlllI:!"1l .'H:l"1:llI'll"'Lfr1ll1-u ,WWE 'if 1 . O . . 4-1-1 iwmlli as a class of quantity rather than quality, but as the years ,J . Y . I .J . k f g . 1 . ' . .J ' y r ,I 1 9 , J , g , g g J Q l ' , if NEO Hayes Lang Pursell Nlchol Scott Juaregul Grfmdey Stapp Orbe V Redden M Golcoethed I hxlllps Dysart P C olbcck Paul Westfflll Westfall Belllrmgtr Dressx Palem 28 cDermot Prlme iux Wlggms Henderson Batthelder Luce t lll'I.'.r'.'Jl'Il."1.r-'TIIIIHGI .'lull'l1ZllI'll'H.H"Lll.14 " wwii' G -.3 X A I I KOAQQIS lx Loody E HIIHIGI G Scott NI Hansen T ORINIHQ X Iufulstl Jarvls M Qtatelcr P Reynolds H Smlth G Vkalther A Glaly H VNU, t lou 'VI Rlttm H Garcm C' Drovun L. Paul J I onoepheq H Qmnn R Young G Amonett Lalng MFMIITLIGQ E Vega U0 w w I I' "' "T," L" ' ' ' ' ' " " Y Y W A ,- .. ' I . . . . . , , "' , . . , " .' I-I, ' 1 3 - ' ' V ' . ' "Oh C. , 1 'itt A . ' ' . . I 1, ' . ' . I 'r ' I . ' . . L. ' ' D. - ' f . Ill .r"lIl1.r-"lIlI Efvl Tal"-n.IlI ll"uf'llM. K bi 57 Q S K lfufxfw UR SECOND year ln hlgh school IS nearly an end It has If the change from lrresponslble Freshmen to lrrepressrble V S ho CSI cr rk d op mor sv y ma e Soon after school started we elected our class cfficer as follows Mary Randolph Presldent Erul Paul Vlce pres1dent Laura Ulla barrla Secretary and Treasurer and Blllv Clayton our stern and fear less Seargeant at Arms Although we are stlll underclassmen we feel that we have a rlght to be proud of our record thus far We have representatlves rn practlcally every school 8CtlXlt5 VV e are represented ln basket ball track De Laureola debatmcf vlee clubs and other actrvltles of mlnor rmportance A Sophomore took state honors ln a statewrde mechanical drawmg contest We also expect to be well represented rn Reno when the people enffafred ln forensvcs and dramatlcs make thelr annual pllgrlmage RW 31 30 1 1 l U U . I I l l . . l q - .L l 4 4 . 1 1 sl 1 in - V B ? 'Q Q lil fk f A N l i ' .1 xx. - Ei-, -ix -,.'B':igg 1 A n . K v . f 'VAIHA53 been a ear in which we have advanced considerabl and , nfq-fm . ,. .. yr Yi " . . ,s ,sf-t , Val L4 D L . S I y 3 I 9 f' . " , - 1 ,, 7 ' . . . Y. rl . , Y 7 Y . D! :5 Y . . l ' . I, U ' 1- ' Ill -l""l ll 'Lrrllll fll 'H.l"LllI ll'H..af'll1s SL' fig? me HE FRESHMAN class thls year IS small ln comparlson wlth h the Freshman class numbered but twenty five Later on LW- mme eafrhe T dN B .1 y o rlpp an orman enson jome the c ass The officers of the F 1 eshman class thls year are Donald Hennen Presldent Leland Mlchelson Vxce presldent Mary Sommers Secre tary and Treasurer and Dugan Calloway Sergeant at Arms The Freshman program th1s year conslsted of two plays They were presented just before the Chrlstmas vacatlon As far as athletlcs are concerned the Freshman class dld not accompllsh much thls year Both the Olrls and the boys were unable to do much ln the lnterclass aCtlVlt1CS One member of the class Chester Reed was able to make the reserxe squad of the H1 h School basketball team thls year However the boys are expected to turn out for track Experlence IS the best teacher therefore all the Freshmen should be Good cltlzens of Elko Jumor next year R K 32 31 T 1 ' l 0 : 0 . ' ' l o ' l W u l 4 1' S Y F Hxf 5 J v gpfc classes of the past. At the tlme school opened this term AL 367,12 ' ' ' ' l . , ' 'g K, Ill .r"'IlI 'M-"Ill: :ful 's.l'1..nI ll"uf'lIM. asv w'a ll" I . r-.-1. P118 .. .--. , 32 T A I . I I : I I - - I I . U- A,,. - , K, . -,,,4,,A K ., ,,,, ,,,A ,, , 11nsfm -',,,g.,2. :Q V D ,f ,E T f i .- V ' 1 I II 5 ' 2 f ' rJ , ' f I s Q. K J i W ' I W 1 ' u I M ' 1 l 'ss it Q , f 1 -1 X1 ' gr 'Y '. . ' .:' 'A 'A-' -. w i . : A , 4 -I . , U A z A Q 1 l V - y ' x ix..:E -A Y Q 5 pg ' 7 4 1 ' W I . 'i g .. .1 V.. x N' V" ' -A f ' U X U I' ' "' M"""-A'-A"J ,--, W, , QW- Y W . Wie LM N'i5iUffAiDWw?.UHHj lZ-Em J f lx Z X xi 154 K ,xk llfyl X XTX Vik xx x r KE x fx X WN f o 1 f 1 ".,,.f' f-'T A Www? fn gf LQXUX 115 W y unter' W'1T1Pi1"-W'3Ns'5 Ui1'11EUEUT5'Ll-W1 51531 'ljjffj 'xx f V, A ' J fy "Q X A 4 ,- X, 1 X fd Q f X? VX Q 'Q - 1 , , , , 1 w ,,, . ' I 2 +- - V " . J? X ff 'x f QV i i " If 'Q X XX ,f 11, X ag ff 4 X f fl' u XX I 1 K , V " X i x I f... 1 1 X f 4-:-9 J ef, W p ?' 5' w Z L ' ' ' N I s. N f'-N1 , Q 3 ,gf f ' eff' Wf 0 532332 N 1 4 f Y I . ' - X -'-:YA , 'V Z'! lf . A ' XX V . f , , - 54-,ff J jf ,, , gl- XV, ' '94 'ff 144' ' 2 ff ' L 't n . AQ ,I I . A! I X ,z JN M , K A, . 2 WV f1'Txxk" - NP I pf .1 xX gf Qr , , X H ,f-5' W ,Y 9,-,ff V f- X QA W ff KXX , Y ' Y' 4 'l' - Q ' ' V -1 - 3 X- U n V ' 1 - V I rv-.Yi-5 i di- - -AA'--vri ff' -.l .. 33 - Ill -I""l ll "'Lr"IlII Ef1l 'H.I"'-LIII lI"u-"Ili-1. Peterson Qt C 12111 Peneon L 111 le Asher I o,,ers Qmpp Belhnger I-I HCICISOI1 S1 ott XX estfall Sflllth XX dlthe Warner Wavnmn Dx sfut ' 1 ce Ifuo T11n1eaux Hanna VVeQtfal1 W ll 1011 XX11,ht Pog' re P0051 W ostorx D1 Mh 1b11 I1 x s flllll SXXIINJIIIHP fglllllfl S11tl101lf1nd Ill iltblll Walthe1 B.1tQh1lflL1 Gmly H1yes xmonett Wmght 34 - I I 1 l l Q , I I I I I 0 I 1 . - .-- A , ' J Z. s L Y 2...- A K 1 -- 1 I fin, 'A ' an f .5 A gy. " ' ' W..-, TW' 1 f rv ' 1' ' J. X ' -ez - 1 4 1 01. 4 . . . . J " a , 7: "il . . 1 ff 1 1 ' e ' 5 ,' ' " 1' ' A . 1.1m .fj "' 1 . "W" 1 0. . 1 xt 1':: .:1"i.' ' ."' ', ,' .' 'f .1"f' - f . 1 1 - 'r v f V AL ' nn .1-'Ill 'U-Pm: sf-I 'H.l"1.llI nxruw. De Laureola 34 E LAUREOLA the honorary hlstory society founded bj Q lpn 3: Allce A Brennen ID III lts tenth successful year kj 5, The last meetlnv of the year of l928 was devoted to the electron of officers 'lhose chosen were Everett Wayman Presldent Helen Peterson VICC president Russell Wrlght 4. l The meetlnffs have created very enjovable evenmgs for tn members of the soclety At the befflnnlng of the year commlttees were chosen to UIVC the successlve programs occurrmo the last lhurs dav m each month At the end of the First semester new mcmbers had to be 1n1t1at ed lnto the mysterles of De Laureola lnltlatlon commlttees wer appomted and the strenuous work started on just how to torment the new candldates The 1n1t1at1on was enjoyed by all the 1n1t1ates and the members At lenvth the refreshme mt commlttee announced that refreshments were served The blg event for De Laurcola lb the annual De Laureola Senlor banquet Last year there were about Slkty present An enjoyable menue and after dlnner speeches made the event a memor able one for those present De Laureola IS an honorary soclety rlhose wlshlnff to becom members must malntarn a scholarshlp standard It IS not necessary to be an honor roll student The present members of the soclety wlsh to have all the students 1n the school try for De Laureola next Vear RW 30 30 , I 1 - 5 . T 1 ' I 0 ' ' ' ' Ltd' gg ' , I . , f i -I j :sb r . . . . . V ' 2:3 l t :- than ' W , Q I 9 I ' ' T . u Secretaryg and Glendon Walther, Treasurer. . gk H u ' . J . E . 2 ca o ' ' . 3 1 ' ' . n . ' V .h . D 7: U1 -l"'lll1l"'lllI EFI! 'El'-pIlI Il5uf'll'H. it Les Cfmsseurs Des Mats VWTQ HE. Les Chasseurs Des lVlots lb the name of the club whlch ,,v 'ji was formed at the beglnnm of the year by lVlr Vvestervelt Lv The club was formed for the purpose of teachmg the students to speak b tter French and lncrease their ocabularxes The members of thc club conslst of the memb rs of the Frei Ch class havm a B averafre ln all thelr work They are Mxrjorle Dysart Dorothy Dysart Hope ulrn Elamc Hunte Lorrame l amg lVlar1eva Westfall Robert Vvestfall and Lols Hayes Les Chasseurs des lVlots meets everv Frldax durlng the class perlod and on the evenmv of the first Tuesday ln every month Most of our buslness IS carrled on rn the day meetlnvs and the evenlnv meet mvs are turned over to entertainments offered by the members of the c ub The officers consxst of a Presldent Secretary and Treasurer each bernv elected every month As much of the buslness as IS possrble IS carrled on IH French ThlS IS the first tlme ln three years that French has been Included m the Hlgh School currlculum It IS hoped that more students wlll take an lntere t V1 thls romantic lan uage because so far the French club has been a s rccessful venture M W 30 36 " Q U I 0 an ' l n -g , ' ' . , - 1 , X 4 . , A Y y 1 1 ' 2 r ' I- A f A 1 ', W 4 ,' f,..l,: ' . H Q 1 '11 A 1 - ll 19 I 4 ep, ht 1 M . . ' ' ,Z ' va g ' . , at . .. ' the French lnstructor. It means The Word Hunters." ' l 1 Kvwzi . . e ' - ' v 1, ' - A ' f ' 5. 1. g . g D . D . D- 1: . t .A . 1 1 Q l 1 ' rv - y 1 ' 1 N' . n 1 1. D n Q- s I .D . 5 . v r l . 7 " 7 In 1 . 1 n a 1 . 1 '- 1 4 ' ' g A H .' , L . XWAVAYAT aww--3 Nab Und Fern Q A694 HF GERMAN Club was organized this year but consists of v axe only two charter members Kenneth Luce and Herbert f -ra G4 S b J , win urne 0 The Gerrnan Club was founded not only for study of the German language but for the study of the people who inhabit that romantic old country The geographical study and the accounts of the rise of the German republic are also included in the club work When there is a deficiency of members in an organization those tak ing active parts can gain a good deal through more personal attention. There are many sources from which material is gotten in the study of this country. Besides text books the National Geographic Magazine has been of Great aid in the search for information. Later in the study of German current topics magazines and papers written in German will be used. The club has had a successful year though it has but two members. Miss Knemeyer who teaches the German class and is director of the club meetings has been very helpful in giving the organization a good start. The charter members believe that next year will bring more members to their club because year after year students are taking a better interest in the German language and its people. H. S. 29 -37- I Q ' ' ' -I" ' I Ill I fi I 15 I '15 ' n '1- 1 3 I I I , , -. , M' W" . " ,-' -1 l ,L A , ri ' . ' ' All ' 25,42 ,.., ,-. .,,. 1 l 2 ,Rh 4 r iw- P , 1 'fl '. ' is it L Av --- 4-A f in aitl f 111 v--'f f-M ff --Mn A N .. r 73 fa v.,,-.W-.,,.,...,-. .IJ A - , , .,, , - - - 55 ter, -' D r 72- i fi r' I , fi' 'ff' . gs, , 1 2 - , , AL Lon JL' , , - 3 A , S 3 , Y Y , . , 3 , Ill -I""l ll 'Lrfllll EBI 1s.l'1.llI ll"uf'llH- Englzslv 'I ,B K HE ENGLISH E IS symbol1c of h1gh achlevement 1n forens1c i' ments Lo ln the past few years debatmg decla1m1ng dramat lcs and other forenslc act1v1t1es have become more popular The keen compet1t1on 1n the local and state contests entlces the members of the student body to part1c1pate IH these events The Engllsh E. may be won by tak1ng a first or second place 111 the state contests Whlch are held 1n the sprmv of each year at Reno If a debater w1ns a debate he IS awarded th1s letter of mer1t ThlS letter IS a good measure for those who may be awarded It means somethmg to the student who goes to college or a hlgher school of learnmg The college students look to those wlth letter as the publlc speakers the actors and orators whlch Graduate from h1gh school The Envllsh E. has been awarded to a small body of Elko stud ents ln the past Raymond Hooper Mane Vetter and Lesl e Lam three alumnl have won letters The present l:.n0l1sh E. studerts are Kenneth Luce Herbert Swlnburre Carmon Rovers and Evelyn Asher All except Kenneth Luce w1ll raduate th1s year CR 29 38 I U I l l I I ' I s a - ' - . 1 'I z .. Q J '- I' f J . " -, ---1 fi A ' 3 I J dd , ' f ' --,,, V . .Lx ' - ,jg pc act1v1t1es just as a block E IS glven for h1gh athlet1c attam- AL if A: Lim :A x ' , ' ' - Y , . D . 1t. g . y , . O . D - . , l , , . D A 7 A 7 ' CJ 7 Y ' . U . ' 'S Vi zrls Atbletzc Asmczatzon 3 49' HE GIRL S Athletic Association was re organized this year 0' Kai under the supervision of MISS Doherty physical director K , The officers elected for the year were Helen Peterson 40 4- President Ceor ia Hanna Vice president and Grace Amo nett Secretary and Treasurer The association IS progressing better this year than ever before Two new sports have been introduced this year which has created new enthusiasm among the classes These are soccer foot ball and survus ball both of which are Good active games. Basket- ball baseball and track will be the sports included in this year s work. Tournaments will be held in all of these and in doing this sports- manship and fair play are introduced among the girls. lnterest and enthusiasm have been shown in each sport and the girls have worked together to make a success of each tournament. This year a girl receiving two-hundred and fifty points by playing in three-fourth of the games of each tournament and also by keepin, health rules will receive an emblem. It is hoped that at the end of the school year a large number of girls will receive emblems. If a new teacher is the cause of all this change let s keep her. G. A. 30 -39- an 1 I I l I I I I l I I Ill I' I Ill I I ' .- f', ': K - 'E ,Q W, , , 'P 1 .,,,.i , , , 1 , i ,, 5 . , ,V Q 'C X . . Lg-, A ,,,. :A f -- -4-. .1 ' I 1' l J n n n 5 - rw xxx, Y ' - ' . . P535iJC1F" . . ' U 753 'Tim ' ' Jef-' r- , , ..f' A Q 1 - , AL ,QA 2 ' ' of ' - i ' - Y 3 3 7 7 ' ' ca ' ' 3 D , Y 1 D o D 9l , Q . Ill .l""l ll."l-l"'IIII fl 'HJ'-u.lII Il'5u-'Ilk- Orchestra -C ANY OF last years members have dropped the orchestra 4 4 work because other studres requlred dxlr ent attentlon I Q However the orchestra IS well balanced thls year and then 4 'sg l publlc performances have been greeted wlth Generous applause The orchestra work takes up the classlcal selectlons of noted composers Orchestra 19 not a class for pleasure alone Its 1nf'lu ence rs a declded factor ID promotm the general welfare and prosper 1ty of the H1 h School The orchestra offers many opportunltles to those who are interested ln musrc Those composrng the orchestra are Hope Qulnn at the plano Vlollns Averlll Boyd Robert Westfall Ura Strange Grace Amonett and Ruth Lmcoln Trombones Ted Carvllle Kenneth Luce Saxaphone Rodney Reynolds Cornet Carl Grauvo al Clarlnets Reed St Clalr Hayden Henderson HH 30 40 1 I I I ' 0 ' I l I u n I 0 , - , ,N - qv f X,T'fw 3 gs 9 . . . . . 7 M 2 0' . 'Y 5 1 D V' 1 ' L' F ' i' - 1' ' F1 -fl ' ' kg,-wifzf fl 3 n l x n - . . . U - 3 o 5 . ! Y 1 Y 1... O I! . , . , Ill .r""l ll."Lr"llII Til 'kl'ln.llI ll'HJ"ll'-u 4VA"I4.'k x"4'4',4Z'k" Ncztzonal Forenszc League F- HE. NATIONAL Forenslc League 1ves membershlp to of fcgi those students who have acqulrecl a certam number of S9122 pomts ln varlous speech Work It IS a natlonal lea ue com LL: 4- posed of hx h school students The Elko chapter was lven lts charter IH l926 There were SIX charter members at that tlme but who have graduated smce Two of the five present members belong to the faculty Mr WlllS0n and Mr Westervelt The student members are Evelyn Asher Kenneth Luce and Herbert Swlnburne As more mterest IS stlmulated ln forenslc work the local chap- ter of the lea ue Wlll row 1n slze The state contest of forenslc aCtlVltlCS held ln Reno each spring brln s more honors to Elko and more members to the Natlonal Foren s1c League H S 29 41 I ' ' ' Q . U I 0 3 l I l l ' l ,.:1'..1.f , - - -e Y ' 7 v e ' I Af . 1 - . 1 1 P., - - rl . , .. . I ., -, , full 'kin a -,-. k I 4"f..,g E 1 V K . .. ywnft-AMA. I 4. . 3 9 -'ZH ' 4'1 f' 5 . , I - - , ...r,. l:.:.rfv. I ,A ,,., 5: J- - J I L-Ili f ' ,, . . . V, -XM , - - - , ,nu U I 'W f-.IQ 9 W1 it' . - - . . 'ix lm-' V K ,,' I. . U 0. , ' 'W wi, X . C A. .cfi 3 g . U. . . O . , . 0 ' Y U . U . . a o ' . 0' - n D , lll .r-"Ill "u-"Ill: :fn 's.l1..nI llkrfllk. Gzrls Glee Club 'Q-536 LKO l-llgh Glrls Clee Club has been makmv good progress dw S7 wnth lts work thls year A thu The Girls Glee Club has been stuclylng a splencllcl Lf Q' varlety of classical and seml classlcal songs The last se mester was devoted to three and four part songs MISS lVlart1n has achleved quite a blt w1th the fOll0WlI10' members Loulse Amonett Paullta Arrxaga Marxett Ba.11ey Ruth Barley Addle Bellmger Mary Boardman Eleanora Campbell Margaret Corta. Dorthea Duke Dorothy Dysart Margaret Gaul Cora Glbbs Ruth Kennedy Lorrame Lamg Flla Reed Anna Sabala Mary Ann Sabala Mary Jane Sabala. Ruth Lmcoln Della L1pparel11 Kathryn MCIHHIS Wllma Mclnms Velma McNe1l1y 'VIar'1e M0dare111 Laura Olabarrla Llllxan Olm Dom1n1ca Orbe Lxvra Orbe 42 L1ll1an Paul 'VIary Perfetto Dorothy Phxlhps Vlary Randolph Thelma Rathfon Mary Sommers Hannah Stapp Marleva Westfall Fvelyn Vega barah Sabala Dora T 1pparell1 Fmlly Bellmger L29 1 1 . ' - U I ' u a u . ' . . - J U-1 1: 5 , , 2- ' Aj . 9 b . . .'fJ"r,". ,U A VY! . . . . l-1 ' -am'-: - - - 3 ., : . L . . N r - - - ' Rt .' Ill .r"lll"1.r"IllI !'f1l Wal"-1.llI ll'H.rf"llN- Boys glee Club kfuqfw UR BOYS Glee Club IS comparatlvely small thls year 5023, Most of the tlme thls year has been used IH learning three V Bartorelll Pete Bastrda Robert Beardsley Bllly Clayton l..ou1s Dressl Leland Mlchelson Chester Reed and Kenneth Pursell The hrst tenor sectlon has the followlng members Reed St Clalr Robert Warren Charles Leavltt Harold Chambers and Nlck Scott The second tenor sectlon IS as follows Averlll Boyd Andrew Boyd Bllly Remken Hayden Henderson Harrls Talley Wnlbert Wrlght and Russell Wrlght The Glee Club has been makm ood progress Wlth their work and wlll probably make some publlc appearances They have been usln Park s Secular Three part Choruses Book lVl1ss lVlart1n the lnstructor usually plays the Orthophonlc for the students durlng the latter part of the Cllee Club perlod ln thls way they have been able to hear some classlcal muslc as well as other records R l.. 29 43 Q I I . T 1 ' l 0 l n - I ' gm C U I l l J 5 .KQQXIWL 7 . . . . ' 7' Q' Y 13 . . part songs. The Bass sectlon IS composed of Toledo - ,la . . . .sci-1-,.N Q , A i , , 1 I , , ' D , Y N k . 3 9 ' . . I : , y Y ' , , . U 0 . . ' 3 I5 A , U Q - ' u i D . . . , , n 1 Q lll -I""lll"1.r"llII l'f1I 'h.l"-1.llIll"'u-f'II'H. "l!I'Q""1'! Dormztory Wg 4,., NOTHER year for our dormltory xs nearlng an end A l 'V usual when school opened thxs year the dormltory gang f 5 was few As stray ones athered llke so many sheep t e '49,-M rooms became Hlled Elko s hlgh school dormltory should be a memorable blllldlng I was the first one of 1ts kmd ln the Umted States It IS a wonderful thlnv that students lrvmv ln the rural commumtles can take the advant age of a hl h school educatlon ln thls manner There are twenty one students llvlng at the dorm thls year Many of last year s members returned but new members are amplv represented The new members look to the old members for Ullld ance durmg the first few weeks of thelr stay Every convenlence and prlvlleve for the stud nts IS made pos slble from Hat lrons to extra plllows Dorm students who don t raduate this year wlll return agam ln the fall to show the new members the ropes ln the rlght way APO 44 I I I I g U I . Q I I I . . - -. -mum . uiemiasw, A .H I' 9.--...r , 4 a I , . 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'3 Student government 9 'Si EOPLE must be governed When government collapses F ,gf the intricate parts of this Governmental machinery fall to rum Qur Government is one by the people and for the people That is why we have a life of happiness and free dom The national government controls all the people of the land cfficlent as lt is without some help This help is invested in the tates counties cities and in the schools Flhe school plays the most active part ln training for citizen ship thou h lt is seldom given the credit Good citizens should have some knowledge of the overnment machine its problems and their solution The school IS the place to learn the how when and why of government But why learn how to rule people unless some practical ex perience may be ga1ned3 That is exactly what student government is for It teaches us the art of living peacefully among ourselves to a mutual advantage When students in colle e and high school learn to cooperate they will be able to carry their teachin s throu h life The high school student body of Elko unior has one of the best systems of student government in the state The election of the various officers involves competition among two political parties the Independents and the Liberals ln the last few years the Independent party has held the ma- jority of students under its control but the Liberal party is steadily growing. ln the fall each party nominates its candidates for the comin ' election. To eliminate some of the candidates a primary election if held. Befor the elections are held party warfare raves between the two opposing parties. After the primaries the real campaign begins. Each party publishes its booster to try and convince the students that their candi- dates are the best. The platforms are also included in the booster This year the party platforms were peppier than ever. To sum up the platforms however each party worked for bett sr student government ...45m lllT.I"':l'Hu"1-I'nlllI1f1l .1il"H:llI'll"L.fr1ll'-u: Q-g n 5 . . , ' 1 . ' 96 r .I . .ca y ei e D . . L' f . I - Our country is so large that a central government could not be as S , . , . . y . L . . . y g . . . g . g . . 1 ,gi , l I Y I , . Q . . C . . g . I 7 . . . gk g . . ' . J i . l v A 1 l n n Q , Y y 3 5 3 3 3 l P Y Y ll I Jess Polcoechea Helen Peterson Dmk Randolph I xelyn Asher Fx elett VVayman John Nxchol ueoxgxa Hanna Fed Carvllle 46 IN ,X ix X ., . -Q ....-, -.. .N ,-. , K Q . H v V , . . ' 1 . 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' ' and various improvements about the school Grounds Then to bring the candidates and the student body together a campaign ball held sway The various candidates put their plat forms before the audience in the form of speeches As usual some of the bashful candidates hid themselves in a dark corner while their col leagues boosted them on to victory Soon after the campaign ball the critical moment had arrived with the coming of the General election Citizens of Elko junior then cast their ballot for their choice just as in a city state or national election When the votes had been counted it was found that Everett Wayman had been elected mayor Ted Carville Judge Dick Randolph supervisor of athletics Evelyn Asher supervisor of finance ess Qolcoechea supervisor of fire and police and ohn Nichol supervisor of public property An appellate court was elected consisting of Miss Angie Roosa MISS Mildred Gilmer and Miss Caroline Markey as the faculty members of the court Helen Peterson and Georffla Hanna as the student members The mayor is at the head of the student body The judge hears all trials brought to court When an appeal is made the case may be brought to the appellate court Here is Where the bar a soclatlon plays its part This year more interest has been taken in the bar association Many students have been admitted to the bar of Elko unior This Gives them the right to practice law The trials this year have been well fought They are conducted in a manner similar to a county or state court The supervisors of Elko junior take care of their respective de partments and see that an efficient program of duties is carried out to the best of their ability. After the election the ofhcers are sworn in by a judge of the district court before an assemblage of the student body. Up to date what have the students learned? This may be summed up in a few words. They have learned how a party nomi- nates its candidates how to register how elections are conducted and how a candidate takes the oath of office. Then comes the most im- portant part they learn how to govern themselves by actual experi- ence. To do its utmost good a Government must be as efficient as possible. All the possible wrinkles must be ironed out. ls the -47... ".r"' ' ' ' ' III Til 15-l"l1.lI 'll I Ill. I' U 0 D it D . S Q 7 g . I 7 Q 1 -DQ , 9 . 31 ' . .... . , , 1 , . . D 7 7 9 - 3 D . . Q . . N. . . c . J - D L . g . 9 CD 1 7 3 3 :J lll -r"'l ll 'H.r"lllI Efll "ul"-1..llI Il'H.r"'Il1-w. ll IIE W ---I 48 7 -I ' I u : . . ' ' 1 . . li K1 I ' , IL , . , ' , , V , - - 4 k Q 'I ' My N + ll , 2 L ,M ll x, if 14 . V 3 ' K 2 1 fy Ir? I j' lg" I V + A ' A 1 2 , N 1 --v v - 1 5 i 4 xl 1 Q I 5 L 4 , . .. .,,..,... .R Mm . 7' 'fi , F .,......g..,...,..-..,,,,.,1 charter of Elko umor as efficlent as poss1ble3 Could a better charter be substltuted for the old one3 That questlon IS an old one among the students of Elko umor Fl hls year some actlon was taken by the soclal CIVICS classes They declded that a better system of govern ment would benefit the students Both classes worked falthfully for SIX weeks on the bullcllng of a nnw charter and the rev1s1on of the crlmlnal code ln thls work the students learned how to bulld a constltutlon lVlany problems 81098 the most lmportant probably bemcf about If the officers are elected IH the fall school spmt starts wlth a bang but lf we have sprlnff elections then student government bevms with a bang 1n the fall We have never had sprmff electlons ln thls school but as h1Qh school and l1Ul ers1t1es that have trled thls system have had success let us try lt rl-hls questlon IS before the student body however and lt remalns to be seen whether the new charter w1ll be adopted ln order to have a more umfled system of student government the new charter provldes for a leglslatlve body composed of students from the varlous classes to make the laws The new charters wxll make a better student Government by and for the Elko umor student body Although the makers of the new charters are dlvldecl on some questlons they falthfully hold to gether on the bellef that a new charter wlll be adopted by the students Student Government must serve a purpose As tlme pro Oresses the students are working for a more peppy unlfled organlza- tion. C. R. 29-T. C. 0 ,- 49- lllT.I"':l'llu'H.l"l1lllI:fIl .1l:l"lCllI'll'H.:r1ll'H: fall and spring elections. which is the better, fall or spring eletctions? 5 . f ' . . o D ' ,3 Q -xg -5. fp.......- .mf Q7 K' Lawn 1--n 1131 f-1 --I 1 f 'ef-. X -an 3 Xs 44 wu- Lv 110 GX MIN ASII NI FOR ILLKO HIGH Si H001 1lll' PRUPONIUD Li 'I 11' n 5 W U J dm se 11s 1 bu co1 8 11 e hous U Sy vx vx 9 0 the d1sf1ppo 1e11t of the su den or Elko H g,h 1 b 11 1 C1 vx 15 pissed by both t1 enent ses'i on of the Nevada eg 5 au e a1T 10 7 ng the L01et11LL 01 0 '1 1evx VT was los Hou eww a though d Qappo nte vxe uc ot d bcol igec am fee t111t - l I I u ' -- ' f ' 1. I I 4 '- : 'LJ 'iff'-'X' 'Z W -'.4 4' ' .J 2 .U Q 1 F' , -Af,z24"' ' in f ' ' 1 GT", -'Ll fm XX V - .1 , ' , - , , ..ag.r1r'. N M X ' V.-'ff 1-ff" f ' 1 - ' A .ff .31-I' ' .ff - 1 . 1 .-H "ff" -' 'W' . if -fjfz wg 'X ' . 1 l ' . H U A, . T" . 1- ji: 1 ' ,JE I X 1 Ne ,,f'g'.Q--' f 1 -I 1 " 4' 11' - 51 1, A fr 1 1 I Q, .U fy ,..- U . 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Lzterary Those students who want to Get a well rounded education and yet do not wish to specia llZC in any one subject should have a knowledGe of the literary courses A variety of such courses is offered in the curriculum of our h1Gh school ln the fore1Gn lanGuaGe department stud ents may have the advantage of four subjects in the fore1Gn tonGue namely French Spanish Latin and German A Good citizen should know someth1nG of the social sciences l..earn1nG heretofore dormant in one s mind is made awake by such in current history Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie says ohn Milton An excellent muslc appreciation class is offered in the music depart ment for filling this purpose Excellent reference and read1nG material may be found in the library which contains some three thousand books Before we are able to Grasp the learmng in fore1Gn lanGuages hlstory or music we must know somethmff of our own E.nGl1sh language and its Grammar As English is one of the most important of sub jects lt tantallzes one from the time he enters school until he Graduates Those who aim to make success as lawyers statesmen or teachers must know how to use the art as well as the science of English. That is why de- l bating and public speakinG F S" ' ii play an important role in the literary courses. ,L nf' " The literary courses 'nake g up the largest department ' A ' Elko County l-lizh Q t A , School' there s a reason. refs, lVI.D. 30-1Vl.R. 31- .. 0- .R. Ill:-I"-l'lln'Lr'1lllI:!'f1l ."il"'1IllI'll"Lrf1llH: .. . C, , , - . , L , D . .5 ' za o za D ' ' Q, 3 , 5 , ' . . , , ,. 1 4 a , :I a ! Q no C I . Coursesoas modern and medieval history, economics, civics and classes l n u . D I ' u n O 1 . l .D s U i, 1 s w D n D 0 u D n l i o o - ., g 3 7 I 7 'D 5 eva l ,, . at 5 Y A A I y A 'C m q as , ' H ' ' H J '3 I '30 Ill -I""l ll 'hrrllll fll 'll-l""1..llI ll"'uf'll"1- Commerczal The buslness world offers great opportun ttlcs for those wxth good busmess trammg lg busmess IS llke man lt IS a compllcated machlne Before anvone can successfully begm as a stenographer bookkeeper or busm ss man or Woman he must have an elementary knowledge of the parts used m thls machrne The place to get elementary business tralnmg 19 m the hlgh school The commercxal department of our hlgh school IS a hxghly speclallzed one offering a wlde varlety of courses BUQIDCSS forms and commerclgl arlthmetxc are the more ele mentary classes but lf a student begms at the bottom and works to the top the Hnlshed product 19 somethlng of whlch to be proud To get a knowledge of the busmessman s English a course cov errng a year s work IS offered ll'l the Busmess Enghsh department Bookkeeping typlng and shorthand are the lmportant subjects to the student tralnlng ln buslness The CHICICIICY of these classes may be shown by the number of awards made to the typlsts who attam speed records and the representatlon of Elko County l-llgh 1n the state contests The lnterest of those students who lntend to emerge 1nto the busmess world IS shown by the members of the classes m commer clal work who ar ge tv 'Y actual exp rlence P an cfhc tralnlng class The commerclal depart ment ln Elko Count l-llgh IS one of the best ln the sta e and should b recogmz d 1 such bv the students who are lnterested ll busn ess F B 0 03 1 ' ' ' I . l I C Q I I I U U . 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L ' - 3 g le . 3 ' A T . , '3 Y Ill .r"l Il 'u-PIII: em klxllr llxrllw Vocatzonal Shop mechanical drawing and auto me chanics hold a revered place in the heart of al most anv American boy He likes to tear thlnffs apart and see how they are made When a piece of finished woodwork stands before hlm he can truly say I did It Four years ago the shop occupied one small annex of the Gymnasium Now the vo cational department occupies an entire basement plus the old annex The credit of this work is From morning till night and even on weekends students are 8Ct1VCly engaged ln applying their craft from mechanical drawing to making a lady out of Llzzle In both shop and mechanical drawing departments students have won prizes for their work which show the high standards in these classes Auto mechanics was introduced three years ago There was little equipment and no material to work on at that tlme At present this class has access to tools books and equipment furnished them by the school Last year s exhibit of shop work was given a great deal of praise by the townspeople and students The most modern mach lnery helps the student in carrying on his classwork This year a new steel lathe was mstalled ln the shop Year after year this depart ment IS making a Ure-at ad Vance in Elko County High JS9 54 I I T un ' I a : n . ' u a ,,,. r- 2 . i D7 ' l .D - . L i . li 1 n Y, , , . O n . 3 l , heartily given to our instructor, Mr. Neil "Prof" Jones. I s D 1 l n x a u a n A O O . n s 1 a . .D 1 O . K Y , . Y I u n i . U . 5 A .' . D r ' - . 'Z ul .1-"1 n -5,-run: am 1.1-I-.111 ll-xrln.. Sczence bclence IS llttle by l1ttle taklng a greater hold on l1fe Thmvs whlch have puzzled man k1nd for ages are be1nU brought to l1ght by sc1en t1f1c research The sclence department of Elko l-llgh S hool has a large enrollment Both boys and mrls are takmv a Greater mterest ln th1s sort of work 'Vlanv of the most v1tal processes of llfe lnvolve chemlstry The chemlstry department of Elko County l-l10h takes up the elementary work of chem1stry The laboratory IS one of the best 1n the state shown by the fact that there IS Cl ouvh apparatus to equlp tvxent3 flve students or more for a year s work Bmloffy and general SCICHCC also have a promlnent place ln the sc1ence department Tho e who want to Get a general knnwledge ot llfe and sclence should take advantage of these classes when enterlng h10h school lVlathemat1cs IS a clence 1n 1tsclf Numerous classes are of fered IU th1s subject The elementary classes COI'!LlStS of plane Ueome trv and elementary algebra These classes are ample for those who do not want to enter 1nto mathemat1cal profess1ons Classes ln sol1d Uecmetrv trlvonometry and advanced alvebra are offered to the stud ent who 1rtends to enter enfrmeermg Domest1c SCICHCC plavs E1 great part 1n the everydav l1fe of the housew1fe first class k1tchen 1n the do m st1c ar depar m nt vvotld el1ffht any 01r classes 1n s w1110 co'Jlc1n0 an 1nter1or decoratmf makes one of hfhss Rorke s Cflrls a Good catch for any Oy AB 30 so R 55 I I I ll , ' - ' l Q Q I I 0 ' . 1 . . . . . 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Y YY 3 E O V 9 9 lg, . ,D.IVl.-,l. .30 Pbyszcczl Educatzon The Physical Education Department has Grown in Elko County High School until it is now ranked as one of the best if not the best ot any in the State of Nevada The girls are under the supervision of Miss Doherty and the boys are directed by Mr Kepp lc Both boys and Girls classes are held out ot doors on the H1 h School Athletic field in the fall and again in the spring Owing the student advantage ol exercising in the open air the program for the boys Corrective ymnastics are also prescribed the program for boys Corrective Gymnastics are also prescribed lor those who need the benefit of special exercises lrack and held sports baseball basketball and touch tackle football are some ol the games indulged in by the boys The girls have carried out a complete program including cor rective exercises Danish gymnastics Games folk clog and novelty danclng track and Held events and Health Education Physical ex ElIl'1lI1atlOI'1 in the fall showed a surprisin number of girls with weak feet and faulty posture ln the followin up remedial work exercises were given for the correction of these defects Danclng constituted a greater part of the work for the wmter and a program of various ty p s of dances was presented to the public by the Girls Physical Education classes in April Track and field events with each Girl classified so as to compete only with Girls of her own age height weight and class in school were carried out in the spring work. lnterclass tournaments in Soccer Football Basket- - ball Service Ball Baseball and tennis were organized and sponsored by tne Girls l Athletic Association and were carried on in addition to the regular Physical Edu- cation Class Period Pro- gram. l Jco 1.561 lll7.r".l'll.'Er-"1lllIZ!fvI .'hII'11:llI'll"H.H'1ll14 c D , . . 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YY J f Q iw 41 j -Y ' 'Y - V Y -.,- ii V i 1 f , 1 - - 57 - 7 OC Cf CBockES i it lll J""l ll 'hrrllll Til 1l.l"1.llI ll'N-lrn"i The Block E Soczety 'THE BLOCK E SOClCty llke other letter socletles IS restrlcted to only those who have Won thelr letter IH elther of the two W kay major sports of Elko l-l10h These sports are track and -Ji basketball There are only srx students ln school at the present t1me who have Won thelr letter and are ellfuble for the soclety The followlnff are the ofhcers for thls year ess Gloceochea Presldent ohn Nlchol Vlce presldent and Earl Roberts Secretarv and Treasurer No Freshman s elwlble for the soclety The orvamzatlon has certaln refvulatrons and laws that all members must llVC up to All members must pay clues Plans are. belnv made to Une a dance sometlme thls year to obtaln funds The standard under Whlch a letter must be won IS determlned by thls soclety Une slgnlficant chanffe made last year was chang mg the standard under whlch a track letter IS won It IS now easler to wln a letter IH track The Block E SOClCty has charfve of Whltewashlnv the E on the hrll everv sprlng Members of the soclety at the pres nt tlme are FAPL ROBERTS BASKETBALL LVFRFTT VV AX 'VI ANT BASKFTBALL HF RBFPT LLA1- lx B XSKF1 BALL JFSS GOICEOLHF A BASKI1 TBALL JOHN NIQHOL B ASKFTBALL If ARL PAUL BASKY TBALL HI' YRS CARCIA BA SKF TBALL WILBPPF WI IGHT BAQKFTBXLL Une member has mon hls letter IH both basketball and track Tl'1lS member IS Donald lVlclVlurtreV More members are expected after the close of the track season JN 0 09 I I 9 Q . 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J I 'I Q Y I 1 41 I K 4 Y Q r v 1 ' ' , , . . . , I 1 K , ' '3 T. ri ..- 59 Basketball 1928--29 uad CBoy 5 CBasketball .5 Sw AST YEAR the Elko boys went to the state tournament and QA emer ed from tne controversy with the unior Champion ship lhis year we have practically the same team back ,CZ f L94 and siould feel the olden wings of victory once again tain Everett Wayman Earl Roberts ess C-oicoechea and Donald lVlc Murtrey Because of our small ymnasium we are crowded and are at a Great cl1sadvantaGe in playing teams accustomed to larger floors We hope to have a new gmnasium by next year however The Elko team first took the floor on December ID against Starr Valley Elko proved to be the bettcr team and retired from the floor with the lon side of a 43 J score Our next game. was also played on the home floor Metrop olls proved to be the victim of the faster Elko team be1nG forced to accept the short side of a score of 25 I2 The entire squad of seventeen men saw action in this Game The boys enjoyed a banquet at the Commercial Hotel follow1nG this game The first Friday follow1nG the xacation days the team went to Battle Mountain where they were Gieeted with success and won with the score standm at I6 5 The next nl ht Saturdav Winremucca defeated our boys in a Good fast Game Earl Paul was the st r of the ame showin superb guard1nG The final score was 22 I6 The follow1nG lrrldav the trip to VM ells was made Elko met with Good luck the first half but was crowded out in the second half by the fast fiGhting Wells team. The score was 33-16. The next night we played Carlin on our floor. The Elko boys showed the effects of the game in Vlfells the niGht before but won out with a score of 25-I 7. anuary 26 Elko met Battle Mountain on the Elko floor. Battle Mountain played well rallyin danGerously in the third quarter but Elko was just a little better and ran up a score of 32 - l6. February 2 proved to be the niGht of crowninG Glory for the Elko team. Reno thrice state champion was defeated in a Game which eclipses all others played in Elko for some time. The Elko players were fast, clean and steady, never once giving up. They must be especially commended on their offensive showing. lVlclVlur- trey, Roberts, Nichols, Wayfman and Paul must be classed with the all- stars in this game. The gun spoke when the score was I6 - I0 with .- 61... ul:'.r-':l-ll.1.rl1lll:::f-I .1.:l-s.:uI-ll1...r:ln.: J PL C," SU? . g F. . I A r I ,i J D l ' Q w . ' ' , W is G A g ' ' ' , We have five letter men back from last year's team, john Nichol, Cap- . 1 y l ' - 'O 3 I . g I ' 5 G , . , v tx . . g U. . - - I . - g . . , .v D - , ' D Q , . D I I . . , on 1 . . . ' g - . 3 U D . - G S sf , s Dv - I . . . .i, v O Y ' v ' 5 7 Z D Y l 7 g 3 3 Z3 3 Y 7 3 lllT..l"'.TI'll."Ll-'TIIII lx Xlsl LAPTAIN NIC HOI at runnl lg guard combmed '1 strong detens1u game vuth an effectlve offense 'mn proved to be 1 tonstqnt thxedt to h1s opponents at 111 t1mes He IS blg and strong comes don n tht Hoor mst md should be '1 toutr or strength next year Ztful .NI I'5CllI'lI'H..r'1ll.R: SJ? s - 'S' 4E fb K. M5568-.W KP PPLFR Q0 rch PX 1 APT-XIX WAYMAIN at for w u d vvrs the steudlest man on the te un He stdrted out as 'L Fresh mrklng the squad h1s first year 'md vunnlng a, letter exch year sxnte Red never give up ln a glme and wh1le the score some tlmes vms agamst h1m h1S splrlt vt ts unconquerable Ho vull be L hard man to replace next year 62 . 4 R . f , .Q 4 QQ - f3"lw.Vh-fki. .-...mf, V , Y , . -, J . , . X, r H- It . Y . Y 1 v . 14 ' A A A A ' . Y Y , , -, . . V , . V . , 1 f 1 f - ' 2 . ' ' f . , Q - f v. . L C s I I ' ' .1 1 ' '. ' C C . . l 2 . ' - . , . V Y. A .... . , f fu 1 Q . 1 '- V, - . f the supporters of the blue and red on the end of the score On the following Saturday Xvell journeyed to Elko for the return game Elko led the score during the entire Game but in many cases there was much doubt as to who would be the victor Elko won wlth a score of 27 30 Un Wednesday the Elko boys went to Wells to play Metropo l The second string was started but couldnt seem to get Going and enough has been said of this Game already Metropolis won Friday night Eureka came to play on Elko s floor for the first time Elko went on the floor full of fight determined to avenge the defeat of Wednesday Needless to say they won by a fair score of february I6 the Winnemucca boys come to Elko Elko played hard and fast but Wmnemucca came out on top The score was Elko made its last trip on February 22 to Carlin The game was rather rough but Elko came home with the bacon to the tune of 33 22 The following night Elko played Fallon at Elko They showed much improvement over the play of the night before and Fallon went home carrying the thorns of defeat Then came the District Tournament in Elko Seven teams were present to compete two teams to b sent to the State Tourna ment at Reno The teams were Wells Battle Mountain Carlin Wmnemucca Eureka Metropolis and Elko Elko drew Battle Mountain and although Battle Mountain played a good game Elko won The next night Elko played Wells in a fast tough game E ko hacs the lead the entire first half but seemed to weaken in the second half. Wells won and was sent to Reno together with Winnemucca to the State Tournament. Sl'lIFlJI'l F OF TORNAMFN1 I ANIFS Friday 'tfternoon - Fureka vs Metropolis hureka VS inner Friday ni ht -Elko vs Battle Mountain Elko Vvinner Wells vs Otrlin Vtell. Winner Saturday afternoon Vkinnemucc-1 vs Lurelm Winnemucca Winner Battle Mountfiin vs Carlin Battle Mountain Winner S'tturd,ziy Night Flko vs Wellr' VS ells Winner Battle Mountain xs Metropolis Battle Mountain Winner H. Hutchinson of Metropolis was awarded the sportsmanship trophy. Kino' of Battle Mountain was winner of the Free throw con- t 't. eb Elko had a good basketball season this year. The schedule was a heavy one. H. H. '30 -53- " 'tfll "il"-nIllI'll'HJ"ll1s'! Ill ..r"'..l-ll.'H.r-Will! . . - S . G , ' ' - 1 . IS. D D ' ' . . , 23 . D O I . .. D ' K t . 9' ..- , .. ' "9 9 ! 3 Y ' , . , ' . l 1 . . t t Y 3 . . s A 11 4 l 4 Jn - , . , .Y D Y H s f V K F K L . . ' 7 nm J 3 1 . O was called upon many times this year and he newer failed to pro duce He is a sophomore 'L good shooter and should make 1 regu lar berth on the team next year FARL ROBERTS has been the running mate of Vwayman at for- ward throughout his basketball career. Occasionally he was called upon to play center 1 jon which he filled in '1 credible man- ner. Earl was the best shot on tne team, 'md never failed to gather his share of the points. P lko will miss him next year, CAPT-KIIN PIPCT GOILOPKHI' A w ts handicapped this year by in bench the early part of the season Jess tries hard at all times and his work when he was a sopho more assures us that he will be a capable leader next year plays both forward and guard TED CARVIIIF at guard won his way onto the first squad this year by constant hard work. He was always dependable and should make a strong bid as a regular next year. Ted has the reputation of being' the best free throw' shooter on the squad. ul-J"-l'lln'l.l"nlllI:f1l ."1:l'l1:llI'll'lLH'll1-5: N . - gy X3 w'lusmrT VVRIGHT at for-warn juries Whifh' kepf him OH the K . I X M. E LKU f 'X E' 4 K 1 l l , s ig lf IH IL PALL just missed makinb his sweater this vear by a n:1r worker and no doubt would haxe w on out if injuries had not him pered him toward the end ol the season VVe should hear more fx om him next season PARI PAUI was the smallest man on the team. He plfmyed guard and usually met up with the best player on the opposing team. Qkinnyu will be back next year to menace the scoring records i would be basket shooters. DON WIQNILRTRIW made hs letter for the second time this yen 'ls center He Jolned the team at the opening of the second semester and was mstzumental in l lko s victoly over Reno Mac never fails to get the tip off on oppdsmg centers and we are ex petting., much from him next year HI-'YRX GARCIA was the lightest player on the squad. 'Dad has a keen eye for the basket, and he pulled Elko through several tight places this year. He should D 1 worthy representatixe of Elko lligh next year. I lll".r"I.'I-ll."Lr"llIII1!f1l ."il"HZllI'll'N-r"ll"'1- I .Q I i A L A . Q , , , , 1 .' . -if I' ' I , . 8 . 1 row margin. "Gus", is a hZdI'C 'V 1 v K ' . h - V ,- . . . 1 2 - U Ck '-Y . I Y i' .AH ' . vi l V x v . - F' . V' .KU x - N lf f 1 J J I A Y 1 , L . U Y 1 Y 1 . H- e o K I Y 1 Ill J"'l lluirrllll Efil 'NJ'-1.llI ll"kr"'llR. Reyerves EQ LKO HIGH School s basketball team would not have been S214 Complete this year Wltl'lOll lts reserves ln the publlc eye U the reserves never counted tor much but there IS Glory ID XL team well orgamzed and polnshed on the Hoor to play the Games The spectators do not know of the three lonv months of prac tlce five days out of a week or do they know that some of the players who Go 1ntO the Game to play are SOI'l1Ctll'l'lCS C3lllH0' forth all the strenvth and perserverance that they possess to ex en fret mto the Game The Reserves played one frame all year and that was towards the first of the season They never Got to play after that but dld they qult-' No they showed thelr ablllty to stlck to a th1n0 untll lt was done Some of the reserves had to leave and others made the first squad but tour remamed to the end of the year Whlle we are hand mg out pralse let s not forvet Hayden Henderson Chester Reed Kenneth Luce and Salvator Perfetto Qur own Reserves' TC30 6 - I I Q Q I I ' I u o ' I Q ' Ili'-'Y bi' , r . X. . . r 'Q K ' -- to-2 t e e. . G 0 1 v - " f gg ' D ' lie, .4-ff belng a reserve. All that the students and people see IS a 1 L Y l F 5 ' ' D X - y 3 ' ID E 'S U K I tb , D 4 , C f x . D . y :D ' ' I I . D . rs ' u f 1 Q ., . . , - 5 a Ill ..r"'I Ilfhrfllll Efll 'H.l'h.llI ll"'L.H"ll1-u Track 2 7 28 ga HE. TRACK season of 78 opened wlth a Banv That 0 lffl IS there was a larve turn out for Elko s track team the first QQ day of practlce Une WV3tCl'l1l'lg would have seen about 57322, L twenty five men some runnm some Jumpmg stlll others practlclng starts The track team of 78 conslsted of the followmg men Thorpe Captam MclVlurtrev Colcoechea Vlfayman XVfl0ht Rob erts Paul Pucclnelll Clayton Henderson Dressl Boyd Wheeler r..an1 and Hooper On the 23 of Arprll the team ln cars left for Wlnnemucca to a meet w1th them but some how they were taken lnto camp by a score of 761 o to J5V2 and the lar e trophy that was to go to the wmner Went to Wlnnemucca The team althouvh beaten were not dlS couraged and were resolved hat they would take the lnnerscholastlc meet held ln Elko the 30 of Apl 1l But affaln they were turned back wlth W1nHCmUCCa stlll on top Then on May 6 We saw them take the tram for Reno to take part IH the State meet But they were turned back wlth a small score adam Nevertheless the boys dld themselves justlce by takmg a few firsts and seconds never 01v1nU up untll the tape was reached ER 29 67 Q . 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O . 7 13 CJ 9 lll .r"lll.'H.r-"lll:l: :ful x.l"l-.III lI"'uf' Tlvzrd Annual Elko Interscfvolczstzc Illeet 50 yd Dash 100 yd Dash 220 yd Dash 440 yd Dash H'1lf Mlle Mlle Run 220 yd Hurdles Pole Vault Pflgh Jump Broad Jump Shot Put Dlscus Javelln Relay lst Pl'u L Jones LWJ Thozpe E NI Lrtln WJ NI utm WW XX ilts 1WJ VN xlts CWJ McMurtrey thi Bankofler lwr Bullls QWJ B mkofler CWJ Llucerlca 1WJ Bullls LWJ Bullls QWJ Mangum lF1yJ Vklnnemucca HN J Wmnemuf Phd Plane fhorpe KEJ Jones QWJ Jones QW 'Vlchol 1EJ XX llkel lElyJ Fhompson 14,1 Roberts lEr 1Tl9l Laucerlca 1WJ Nlangum fElyJ VN rlght lEl Bmkofler fWl C IFOUK lWl Hooper LED Bemkofler QWJ Elko La 1El Flko tbl C'1r11n G 3rd Pl uc Mfmgum flflyl Maugum lFlyJ Harwood fE1y9 Boyd tEJ LO1L09Lh9l fl' Prul QED Welsh LWJ Roberts QEJ 4T1e1 Mangum ll' lyp Klmg lElyl Klmg lElyJ 1-3ull1s W by 4F1y+ Fly T1 me Dlst mae Helght 106 234 03.1 2 7 .J 10 269 10 6 19 11 44 6 0 47 1 42 IIN. 1 ' O I 1 - I I I I I l I I . ' ' Q 5,4 . ' 1 2 ' , . 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M 'ir' E Gzrl 5 Track 'C,4".5i', S TRACK was lnroduced lHtO the school last year by ga X MISS lxollmyer the Phvslcal Instructor All the Olrls were I surprlsed to learn that they were to tram IH track wlth the 4 A idea of from to Reno to the state meet After about two Weeks of track MISS Kollmyer chose lrls to Go to Reno Domlnlca Orbe Georma Hanna Helen Peterson Mary jane Sabala and lVlar1c Clolcoechea were the curls chosen They went to Reno worked hard and emerged with many laurels The team Won first place for ath letxc ablllty Domlnlca Qrbe won first place IH the state meet Ceor 1a Hanna won fifth The relay team tied wlth Reno for first place They W re treated very cordlallv ln Reno and there IS a rumor that th lrls will fro to Reno agam However Reno Fallon and Carson Clty are lylng m walt for the Elko glrls thls year They declare that Elko wlll not vet away wlth th first place but lt remams to be seen The lnterclass track meet was won last year by the umors DOYHIHICB Orb took first place ard Ceorvla Hanna took second Track IS a Good sport and lt should be cor tlnued ln the school wlth the ldea of physical dex elopment and of Wlnnmv all the state meets G H 29 69 . 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W Calendar SLPTLNIBI' R Dear D1ary Well I reg1ste1ed today and my course lb the cats' I mean It actually IS These Frosh are havmg an awlul tlme and how' Some of them have even m1staken the shop for the cookmg room Thls IS field day The Frosh ue all hot and bothered Of course the Sopho mores won as usual though those Freshmen were tough' Dlary dear We are havmg party meetmgs today The Independents seem to have lured almost all of the Freshman class 1nto the1r ranks The Llberals are growmg 1.11 number however Nevertheless let s pray for more competltlon next year Pr1mary elect1ons are not EXClIll'lg so let s not dw ell on the subgect But we do enjoy the Jokes 01 TOBLR Fmal elect1ons are exc1t1ng 'Il1e Independents succeeded 1n electlng all the1r oandldates Fed Carv1lle IS HIS honor and Red Wvayrnan Hls evcellency Well here s the campa1gn ball at last Another reason for makmg Whoopee' Everythmg was gra a a nd even the speeches played l1ke Ir1sh wash women at hrst but now we re gomg Ill tell you who wms when the dust cloud l1fts Here s to the Jumors And the .Iumor play It s sure the JUDIOTS lucky day INOVEMBFR Hurrah for the w1ctor1ous Sophomores' They sure can Soccer and how' D1dJu go to the Senlor play last n1te" VVe dld A d gee' It was so crowded that some people had to SIL double deck lnot object10nable to some casesl We re gettmg off th1s noon for Thanksgwmg WhlCh IS tomorrow Please re member th1S 1n your Thanksgwmg prayer Oh yes and don t tank up too much because the school w1ll st1ll be here Monday I suppose we w1ll have a regular Blue Monday Ulf Ll' NIBF R Inter class basketball has begun so Well put on steam we ll back our team etc IS 1n the atmosphere The upper classmen told the Frosh there 'unt no Santa Llaus but the Frosh gave a program and proved that there IS That s alrlght Frosh we knew all the t1me that there was That was a whale of a program too Chr1stmas vaca tlon begms today Merry Chrlstmas everybody' IANL ARY We heard Lowell Thomas last mght and he was the most soph1st1cated thmg my dear' We mean he actually Was' A day of gr1ef and sorrow A day of Jams and erams For many a worthy student Is preparmg for exams A diy of peace md le1sure A day of Joy and rest There IS a vac'1t1on For those who bluff the best 12 I l I . . a I I l 0 u . n - L. . .A I - 4.-v ' : ' , ' ' ', . 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Calendar 'SI-XRLH The Basketball tournament begins to day VVe ve given all the xisitrng teams the once over and Judging lrom appearmces the tournament is ,omg to be a knockout S Hit em high' Hit em low' Come on team L ts go' Gosh its a cruel world Wells beat hlko Everybody is in tears over that But since we couldn t win we re glad that Winnemucca and Vlells get to go to Reno for the State tournament Wish em luck' Richard Halliburton struts his stuff We were all thrilled to death owe hear ing a real author tell us about his own books Besides he was kinda cute Junior Prom Some party Some punch' Some orchestra' Some bunch' APRIL Better watch your step to day Its dangerous to be out on a spring day like out Besides candy that people so kindly offer you is likely to be rubber or soap furthermore it s April fools day Sophomores first last and always' 'lhe Sophs untoxered their hidden talent and gave a follies program that would have been a credit to Flo Zregrield him self But what else could you expect from the Sophornoreso The Girls Glee class got llrghtly danced around the world and landed safely in the field of success NIA! Gee' Havent the Seniors been ictmg funny lrtely '7 Bet they re thinkin f the dear dead days beyond recall when they wuz frosh It wont be long now Seniors Jl Nl' Seniors gave a senior ball and tried to make us think they were celebrating because they are leavrnb dear old Elko High never to return but we know better It was some party though -Um! The Delaureola gave a banquet and made the Seniors feel better for worsel. -Commencement - The end has come. Vke mean that the Seniors have finished learning the whichness of what and tonight theg leave dear old F. H. S. for- ever. I bet they don't mind much though lthe diplomas are kinda cute.1 lmvai -,3- lll".r"'.l'Il."1.r'7-Illllbfil .1il"I-CllI'll'HJ'ZllMI -A A 2 - . o ' ' ' . ' ' r. ' , , e' , v' 4 V' V r . I ' .T. 7 ' f ' Z , - .h ' V . . . , ,this because the flowers h-aveqpistols, the grass has blades, and the bullrushes . - v ,Y - jj 3... X ' OA . ' . V-V , . H v " H 7 A Q W ' x 0 W Ea' 5 '7 Ill J""l lln'H.rrlllI Efll 1'n.l'51.llI ll'kaf'Il1-u. Dramatzcs Yxaf RAMATIC performances are probably the most fasclnat 4018 mv and enjoyable of all extra currlcular subjects After weeks and weeks of rehearsal the dreaded and yet most hopcd for evenlnv arrlves the n1 ht of perform ance Behlnd the scenes not a sound IS heard the curtaln parts and the show IS on We throw off ourselves and portray someone who lb elther llke or unllke us After all IS over what IS our enjoyment3 lt IS the thrlll yes the thrlll of the thlng Another contest whlch calls for excellent dramatlc produc tlon and whlch was lnaugurated last year for the flrst tlme rn the state one act play contest held at Reno each sprmg The honors for first place rn the l928 state one act play con test were won by Elko for the presentatron of The Other One ThlS year Elko presented The Vallent at the state contest c R 29 Debatzng lf? N' veloped from an mexperlenced squad to one of consider Rt: able actual debatlnv experience Due to the SIZE of thc 'fled Group an lI'ltCl'lS1VC schedule has been arranged for the present year Th1S enables each member of the class to partlclpate ln one or more debates durlnv the season The subject selected as the questlon to be debated at the State Debatmg Tournament held ln Reno Aprll l l I2 and I3 was Resolved That American Capltal lnvested 1n forewn courtrles should be protected only by the country ml whlch the mvestment IS made The debaters selected to represent Elko at thls tournament are Ted Carvllle and Kenneth Luce A pre tournament debate on thls same questlon was held ln Elko Aprll 6 Ted Carvllle and Kenneth upheld the nevatlve xn thus debate Two debates wlth Fallon have also been scheduled Elko wrll debate rn Fallon Aprll 27 l-allon w1ll returri the debate 1n Elko lVlay 4 The Elko debaters selected to represent Elko ln these debates are Alexander Pucclnelll lrwm Rovers Rodney Reynolds ancl Reed St Clalr K l.. 0 74 Q ' l I I . 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Hydraulic Greasing 21 Specialty Shell Gasoline J S Hay Company Marketerla Groceries Household Goods Xegt tables Ours a Self help Stole The price tags are our only sales men We deliver PHOIN E 163 The Toffgery continual Patron of the Pohoo Everything in MEN S AND WOMEN S WEAR Hunter Theatre A real Place of Enjoyment High Class Entertztinincnt in Legitimate and Picture Shows Rupe s Pool Hall Pool and Billfuds Ligars Landy L15 txtttts Tobacco QUILICI MERC CO Wells and lVlontello Nev Dealers in General Nldse Also Qaklancl Pontiac Hudson Essex cars and lnternational Trucks Carol Scott I dont like your rnus Gilbert Ware Well you don t h'1ve to use it for a toothbrush Pouchle You look discouraged what s the matter? Everett Oh I took .1 chicken out last night tried to talk turkey to her and she flew the coupe OOOQOIOOOOEOI 84 '0'Vl0l'OlvlwlOOOO0lQ'IfOSl'0OO'lI0O0l90O0IV?Q'0O0 Jiggs I am et girls dleam vis Yes' But you are my nightm ut Bennet After I took typing, one week I could write my nime Henry Stapp Thats nothing, if ei l took typing three days I w ent home ind played the piano 0000 Ivwcompq . . 7 's 7 x- ' - EE - V 1' v ',. . Y W V 'rl I xv , . , . . 3 ' A . . L 3 1 , , . . tache. A ' : . ' ' ' ' ? . . ' Y' 'Z . 2 y . ,' LV . 1 Z .' ',-igtv . , 1 ', ' Z ONIXIPI 1 1X1 B-XHPFI SI U 'Ihe Best in Equipment inc Serxiee I I I II XR N Genti il Qontractoi 131140 Nu uit Tlll' Xlil CR-XFT NHOI Be iutitul Ntedlevxoik and otnti Artistic Materials Zenith Radios Flko Nu it L Ill' NIU N L Alflf The Best Place to l' it Special Chop Suey and 'NOOGIGEI Open Diy and 'Night Dc -XRNIOND K SB TTI- I NII4 X li Ii Liwil and 'Vlinmg hnbinetrs I4 lko Nexada FRFNC ll BAKING FUMPANY Fresh Bread 'md Pastries Daily Candies, Nuts and Popcorn Ph0ne 204 EMII MF'I'I'ETAl Jeweler Pine Repairs of all kinds T Idaho St. Elko Nevada Phone 72VI3 HARUI D ARNOLD l'NDl' RTAKING COM ANY Special Ambulance Service Phone 358VV3 Elko, Nevauzi ID U5 I IS Xhlil- II SHUI Thc Ltst in Ntixiee ind l'qlI1pII1Ol'1L C OH XII- hi I Xl IS Ui A W btokei P1 op Sort Dxinks and Fobitco Q onimei c 1 ll Hotel lf lko ex u L llflll I I1 N NI Xlilxli I 'Heats ind Lvioceiits Siithulancl 'Q XILPllCISOIl I mps I lIx0 Nldls Nl XXII New sp lpn s N1 in uints Stitioneiw Iweiythinb to lead and vsiitt Next clooi to Plks blllldlll K -XRFI' R AND LI -XX FUN NNI Xhl S1101 idies dt Qhildieus lfeady to X Q I l1.lko 'Nuaua First Cl'1:s Service C ivtn ' All Ty it' ot Ptauty Wo 'Q ncludint, lLI'lll'iIlQIll Yx"ix'i11 , 41 RL' .- .. Dh. L. Al FXANDFIQ Dentist Flko Nev'id'i A. NI. PFTI-'RSUN Gentml Contractor Elko. N l'V7iflJl O -i'lVQ'O0O4'OOO'Ob0Oll'wlwl'0OO0'00 hlOOl?O'0I'OOOO'lOO'l'OIN0OOIwl0+OO0OwIIfIlO000Q'l'0'O000OQ'0 Ol'Ow6tI'lN0O0OfOOO+4'Ofl0Ol0 0000000611 9090000000O00-AQIIMOOOOIIIOOIIOIIOOIIIOOOOIOOIII t'..Ii'i, , 1,i.'ll' .V 'J l',' ' ' 1" J ' 1 1 air," iIf"'1z 'Q Y' . ' ' , , . . , . , .5 , 'I 'J .f Bl, . , ' ', ' . ' 1 fe z . , ' '32 ' ' ,',N":l: 3: fi in L' 1 'J '.l','.,' 2 " AY,, . .- lt' in i 1 , ' . ' t' 1" L' . ' 11' j' J , 1 'z 1: Elko, Nevada - -' , . . I A2 f - S 2 'V' ' ' , f .' ' j- - f ' 04 Y - I , , 4 f f .' .' ' I " ' g IA A A' l' L A 1 ,A 4 , . 1 . , 4, A . p . , ,. Y, I , . 1 0, X . l t . , nz , - ' ' 1 ' N 1: :- w v v. I ' '1" " 1 , A ' v A . I 1 w I 1 X , K , in 1 is ,A xl L U wi 1 L g ull ILIIILID l'Xl:. ., N , J . , , 4 . 1 32 , - ' 4 , r 1 , f I . ' I' H , 4 . Q Gra Bundy Envrneer an Contractor oooh N L T XH The Man Who Paved Your Clty Why Not Frnrsh the Durrng 19293 I1untsfLunhfShop Manufacturers of Candles and lce Cream 6000 TROY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO Phone Zl Elko Nevada Our um to please b grxrrrg, r serxrce and quahty or xx ork second to none We use rfrrn sort wrter whrch rssures you of snow whrte w rsh rn Our dry cleanrng dep rrtrnent rs operated by contrnuous llovs md odorless method TheELKO INDEPENDBNI Harold Hale Pubhshcr Ihe Only Newspaper rn P rsttrn 'Nlevadr holdrng the lfrinchrse oi the Great 88501 I -KTLD I lil' NN Ownmg Telegraph iervrce Hrghts X Loyal Supporter of All School Actlvrtres Mar .lane It must have been rn Brmr Eleanor rs a well reared glrl y blank verse rsn t she" Drck Yes and she doesnt loox so Mr Turcott My vtrfe has nexer mot bad from the tront erther ADW of my famllv' rs Turcott IN rneet1n,., frm Jess when you sleep your noble brow remrnds me of a story them vvrs enough What Story Sleeping They say krssxng rs dangerous Antonre Beauty? Perhaps But rsn t rt grert 11 you hxc Jess INO Sleepy Hollow through rt" fOI0OO'IlI0l0l00l0I0'0IO0I'00l lil? Ol IW lil? llIlOOllOl'IOl'vIOvlO000OOOlN0l'OO'lflNlOlO0OO0Q'l'OO9 s' Cl ' IS, 7 , , lr h . 2 ' Y. . y ,f .' ,4 k ' ' job ' g. Y -1 V 1 9 ' f . ' , . K Y ff v ,, 1 ' Z2 . , . A , I A H . Punch for School Occasions Elko Countyrs only Newspaper t v L 4 g' . I ' 1.-"O, , 1" rv o - 86 - AE S 2 S 9 S 4 5 S 2 E Z 2 6 5 Z S 5 S 5 5 2 S Q 2 S S S S S S 2 9 5 5 5 S 5 2 S S 2 S S Z S S Z S S 2 5 9 2 9 S 02 IISOI --1 v-4 I - .1 5 'A 2 L J 2. ,. 1 ..- ,A .. 0 A :s . . ft '. - . ' - 2 :P . . v , , -1- ' 'A 37 , ' . ' P" , . 5 y 2 , ' CL '- U K. ' A 2 'Q 5 - - A A N 4 , A 31 ' N' 3 I 0 ,.. M ' ' ff ' . '- Ai 7: .. 2 ' ' E' . - ,A ,... - 'U . .2 , , . '. A"" '- : H ' 2 . e - '. ' 9 A 2, 14 ' . , 5 .. , ,, ,J I 2 .. I 2 H1 5 2 A 2- P-03 "' 'Q ' O .., . , E , gp A , M A X . . O A , ,A . I1 . -" 1 . 5 , ' A . 1 ' A4 4 , A 0 Y , , ,Q ' n-4 ' . 1 s M : A: '. X ' . F' V ,., ,.1 4 2, F 'U 'A , '4 , . 'I M Y yn. I M ,, . 'A I E I - A- ,l : J , , J " ' . . , A r V .1 j M W FI , . 2 - w ' .3 A.. 4 I 5' - - IQ . Av I O Nash - Cllevrolvl OAKLAND Sales and Service 2 PQNTIAC Try the New Firestone- SllIbI'0IHt' '1'n-as The best 'rn-2A Built The Best Equipped Machine Shop In I tstern Nevuit Ulfmf '08 Indep1 nflc nt MAYER MOTOR CO SP1 s lu Sldllllll For Those Who are Accus Exduswe Agents tomed To The Best Ehzabeth Arden Q Veneuan Todd F1120 CIP llllllf' .md P reparations lx 1 1112 V6 UI ks P lko D1 uv Lo lm u11t Lp to X Stnndald Not Down to A Prlu. A Jen and IIlShlHiI1 VKCIC on '1 tmp lb1Oid VX hen thex 101211221 Irelxnd the Irlshmm Q.-11d Hurmh Irolmrl md the Jaxx then wud 111111111 H211 The lush One rnmmng ln Xlllllll tn Hlstoly Q nl 1 THINOSCI woke up 11111 mxlouslx xx mul 115 hmd to AHSVEQI '1 qucstlon He stwltc-cl out llke A me Lllglllt 1 ittu tilh tol ten OI hfteen IIIIHULPS stopped Saw P101 vshtflt was that question tnyvx 13 0000 2 2 Z 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 E 2 2 Z 2 2 . 87 BUICK Nothing More Need Be Said Agents Elko Moto: Sales LOIIIIJQIIIN H H DUKE 'NICK l'Llt0 NLS AUX WARREN MOTOR PRODUCTS COMPANY Elko Nevada Ford Cars And Goodyear Tues Auto and Radlo Batronos Auto Parts and Supphes Radlos and Radlo Supplles 3004 GLASER IVIODEL DAIRY DEALER IN HIGHEST QUAL- ITY DAIRY PIQODITCTS GRADE A RAVV MILK CRI' XM B-LTFFR BLTTFR 'VIILIx L UTT -XC I' CHE FSF XND EGGS The Elko Chamber of Commerce An Orgamzatlon for Elko Elko County and Nevada It was durlng the exerclses at the closlng ot school that Kenneth Luce xx N re 1d mg 1 compos1t1on of hls, own on Grants work IH the QIVII War He got on most eredmtably unt11 he reached Lees surrender at Appom ittox Court House He then related now Lee wore h1s sword and Waq handsomely 'uttued ln full umtolm Vkhlle ur mt he 'mnounc ed had nothmg on but an old rigged Unlon Zulllt 88 1 1 , v V 1 1 4: , 4, A ' 1 I 'W K r 1 11 1 1 1 . , , . 1, f ,A I , , 1 1 11 U IA 4 n 1 1 . . 1,. . 1 V 11. A ,. . . 7 4 7 .Z A.. . . . , 1 7 .Zhi ,P - . .. .4 H , v . ,.. , ,, 4 . . , ' ' . v X, . '1 . 1 ' f , ' , . . '., ' " . -- Y ' . 1 . 1, .. I U . 1 , v.,, f , 1 , , 4 . ,,,,,,, arocrcmr 1+-cvrotwa-awww: o4v4.4.,.,,, -roae:ovv:avwa:vova0oae:-0eo0mfooo:vvo0:va0rcca:acoaaaooaoafcaaaocmumaocorooamooaeraao Elko Lumber Compan Wholesale and Retailers -inh Doors, Windows, Molding. Building P2lIll'l'.I11liIlS. Cvnlent. Lime, Coal. Kimlling. I lumnex I lpe I lt ELKO NEVADA John Donovan A1 dnt: tt Oakland California Architect, Elko County High School Member, American Institute of Architects Mies R00 1 vvw xamlx trylnb to bet 1101 Publish cli to inenioiifz 'Wan had 1 blmk xx 111 lt tollovstcl hu to school one du prompted NURS lioosi Xeih snorted Feed ut Clair an that lamb must sure h ut ettpped plettx ln elw to keep up with Marx on hex vvm to Qchool noxxaclfue r0flf00lfll+IO Owlfblflflwlfl Ovfli-Al00fl+lflx'flflsOI+l+lvO-twist SNK OOJOII . . , ,. F . A A J Q , f , . J, l V I l I 7 1 52 Q. ' ff 0' 'T 0' 'iss "'f".'. " 1 2 little lamb". They stag'g'e1'ecl through four lines but then ran up :igainst a mental 1 'z , " 1 '1 1' , rj." ' sz. " ' 1 v' C yy - vc sv A w u f .vs ." - 8.1 0004 lflflftailtrtl 9 2 I F. E. Scott PIIO'l'UGR.-XPIIER -Dealerin- Photo Supplies, Cameras, Films, Frames, Mouldings, Art Goods, Pictures Portraiture Kodak Finishino' Enlaroinv Commercial Photovraphy Efcterxor and Interlor Views Elko Nevada Do lt If lf et: ltally Cook ullh I' If Ltrlcltw The Lool Lonw nu nl V6 IS Elko Lamollle Power Co Phones Office 44W2 Plant 91 lhey were naxlng some kmd ot at food sale IH the school krtehens so lwermtt All Flght slbhed Exerett gne me one routed I dont hke em hud holled Prof Turcott un blologyp Lonslder the wonderful grasshopper lt ctn jump one hundred trmes 1tS own len,.,th Someone s so hrxnht a to sq lh it s nothxn I ve seen a. httle bee ruse 1 tvso hundred pound mlm three feet IH tht ur IOIIOOIIOOOOIQOOOIONIOIOQI 9000OO!OIOIOOOOIIOIOIOOOIOOOOIVOOOSINOOIWIOOOOOOI Y V 25' T' T77 ' C' V A 7 O 1 D l I I ll J f , . I Y O I , . J , , , . Y 1 O Vx' I ' I L fa 7 ,, 7 V O 0 hungrily approached. "Teachers only. teachers only", stated Miss Rorke vurtly, " ."U ' ,4' If , ' ' 'e 2' A . 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Best Equipped Hardware Store in Eastern Nevada, Consisting of a Complete Stock of Builders Hardware, McCormick Deering Mowers and Rakes - Complete line of Farm lmplements - Stoves and Ranges, Estate Heatrolas-Mining Supplies-Seeds and Grain Distributors Union Oil Company of California Refined and Lubricatinfv Oils and Greases ELKO NEVADA Geo Russell Co ELKO NEVADA Headquarters for Ranchers and Srockmen We Carry Complete Lines of llaldxsal e bi ou in s Implements Your Business Sollcitecl Mail Orders Filled Promptly The lady has the eve of '1 bargain hunter she bustles up to Paul t, lounging ir in men s Pennys clothes what time would you one to h uf. me meet you Paul asked with perfeet poise ru-:woot-rl tl 3 t 7 0 0 7 N O - 4 1 'I 0 n n 5 s 3 ' A L 1 i ' iv ' Vu' A A A " and demanded, "I'd like to see the smartest thing you have ' " ... i. v C - , v ,. . 2 V, . 7" . V' ' 0 604'OflOO0f0ISllO0OOlfIfOOhIfO0lQIfOlfOOOOOOb6IfO-9OfOOOOfIfOlO9Ol l 6OI0000llO0 0000000 Ov-04 Olflflflflflflftvflflflftvlslillslfllflflfltftitflwl Fhe L11de1s1bnet1 oI11t11s ol I-1110 tountx to11C,1 1tu11tt the lI16Il1UcIb ot L11 5011101 Class on 11111115 sut11ss1u1lx tompleted 111111 Xl LIS oi hlbh ethool H0111 1111 they extend to the111 than 1111 at xxlshts 101 1 sstul T1 ey 11so 11111 t111s method ot co111p11111ent111,,, the studtnte ot the 1111111 County H1511 Sehoo1 o11 tht pub11c'1t1o11 oi th1S splendul ye LI book P P LAHXILLF D1Qt11tt Jutihe VS 'NI R11 QPH Louutx PLLUIGQI J L 111111 1J1st111t -Xtto111 X J C, HARRIS Sheutt X N1 XXPAIHP PS Lounty Asus 01 SFFTELNIP '11 It 11111 De ARNIOND County Sunexozs I B 1 ITZGP RALD R XX XND11 HSOD. 14 1 L11 PON 4 0111113 fOII1l'I11uSlOI19I'9 The Flrst atlonal Bank A woR11 IU 11111 1 R mu WF Your 1-hgh School has contrlbuted 1tS share to a1d you IH the struggle for success Now when you are about to earn money IQ the tlme to put 1nto effect what you have learned en an account on your hrst pay day and keep Qavmv for a purpose CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 39230 000 00 MISS Roosa flll Enghehm what d1d M Vhlfson Take thm senttme John Edwards wr1te" take the now out of the lot, VS1111 Robert Warren "He wrote .111 essay moodq' on 'Nothmg' " Dugan "The tow lwlOl10l'l'bI00l0I0'l4llfl0'IQ0Iwl0NO01IJW'OI1OOl?'I'lNIlVil06 ISI 710001000 00 l0l000IINllI0OllJ'00l01lOI'0llO0fOO llfOW f 1 ' I 1 0 ' T -'01 ' 1' 17 ' 1' UH: 1 1 ' ' 11 sv ' . 1 . 2 Y' 0- K. ..1L.,.' .1 . 1 . lvxz 15. 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A Op ' L o ' , . , . 1 1 , . 1 a retall fail fax store ldeal all Q, tha L 5 made ood ga-f-gf if Every Great buslness 19 the outcome of an ldeal often the ldeal of some darrnv soul who abandons the beaten path for an untrled wav ames C Penney concelved just such an ldeal 26 years avo when he undertood to operate a retall buslness 1n strict coniformlty Wlth thc prmclple of the Golden Rule To sell only soundly made merchandlse To avold Sales and set lnstead on each plece of goods a falr prlce that would remaln the same from day to day To run a strlctly cash and carry buslness Wlth the same unlformlty courteous treatment to all Today of your local C Penney Company Store you Wlll find the salfsame Golden Rule pflI'1C1plCb of the Lompany s founder bemg car r1ed out fully ln addltron you wlll enjoy the advantages that our natlon wlde organlzatlon makes posslble The expert SCIVICCQ of a staff of buyers each a speclal lst 1n hrs or her lme fhese buyers are ever on the alert to secure the best posslble values for you The economlc dlstrlbutlon of oods brouvht about by supplylnv the needs of l024 stores ThlS results 1n substantlally reducln prrces to you wlthout any loss ln the quallty of the oods .CPENNEY CQ ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, Owlfli oaovvvvv NwNNofuwMcmNoo u 93 N4 iumraavvmavovvoriv o ' ll 7 ' .R. , . ., f 'N i ' .n",r1 x I A ' ,Q . N if' f i i fr 'Y' 1, , 5 rt A ,xyi , ,np -,...., --i -,x'v,,,-. " IOLIAEN H ,- - f 1- X nt-as X QA' 'z STUME - Kc mfg ,I ' fa .U I . N ' 5 T -.1-' -gg "' " . - -- 4, Q ,l I K -1.4: a --4Q."'f'1 'ills ' 1 in lk'-' 'Saul l K ax - ff., ft r 'rgphw , , X - .S . Q 3 x f k l- D ' . .I ' 5 1 I. x J . . N . U H . . 9 1 N ' ' 1 sl. . . , c . . N v . - 9 I. l . - . . ' . . O N cn za O . O' 5 . . U o ' , N2 W lk 'X Q fij J HART SCI-IAFFNER sc MARX CLOTHEQ Remhart Company 94 LV,04 ' " N S Lin I X " by 4 ff ff I !,f4' I 1 x V., flax Q 'T 2 ' f , ' S , 5 ' V 2 xx 1 3 , W A-K - X W mm-vrvvvn YQ u 'Jr' ,,:k , if i.-5" . I A 'f . H ,' iff 3145, ., -qf-sw - CA f - lx' nv' f T - 4' --2".,'-N' K - 4- I -JL kN':1i':3x 2.52 I. X w+f" GI. 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