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Elko CounTy l-luqh School us qoung Th ough an era oT
change a change ThaT us no doupT qoung To be TelT Through
ouT The CuTy oT Elko Elko CounTy and even The enTure STaTe
oT Nevada For The uncrease un educaTuonal TaculuTues soon To
pe Tound un our cou'nu'nunuTy us a bug sTep Torward un The realm
oT secondary educaTuon un The sTaTe
Thus TacT loornung so large peTore us cannoT possuply be
pasT school yea r
ThereTore The only decusuon ThaT could be made Tor
The deducaTuon oT our yearbook Thus year us To The people
who have made all oT Thus possuple To The voTers oT Elko
CounTy To uTs Taxpayers To The Elko CounTy School Board
To our pruncupal To our alumnu To our Two local publucaTuons
The Elko Dauly Eree Press and The Elko lndependenT To all
Those who have helped creaTe Thus we The sTaTT respecTTully
deducaTe The I939 POT-TOB
overlooked. IT is wuThouT doubT The ouTsTandung evenT Tn The
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Mr J A McBrde
TO A PIONEER J A MCBRIDE
All ol Elko Counly grneves 'rhe loss ol a man who has
undeed been a bullder ol our parl of lhe Slale of Nevada
and a real genlleman of The Wesl The lale J A McBride
as a ploneer of Jrhe slale as fhe hrs? mayor of Ellco and
lhrough hms lnfe as a man genunnely nnferesled rn cnly counlry
and slafe allaurs requlres lhe respecl and admlrahon of
As founder of Ellco Coun+y l-hgh School No I 'rhe l
denfs and alumni wlll always 'rhnnlc of hum a one of Theur
greafesl benelacrors We of lhe Pohob Slall humbly pay
lrnbule +o lhus man nn our yearboolc and pay our respecls by
lhrs page of dedncahon
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Thnrry years ago Hue fursr edaruoru of Hue Poruob appeared
and now aruoHuer aruruual ws published To record oruce more
sruderuu achyurles during Hue pas+ year
'Hue Hueme as Hue slqrus our Hue Zoduac duoseru for urs
reYa+vorus1ulp ro Hue pasr preseruu arud ufufure i939 as a
year of porerufuallrmes for all of us
We are ucorruruare m luavlrug on boHu seaboards a qreaf
exposuuuoru for us up vnssu and rruarvei a+ We are forruruaue
un our owru communmuy for Hue erularqeruuerur out our school
plarur arud educahorual ufacniufses
All Huns represeruus an era of duaruge arud Hue Zod1ac
ns symbolic out If
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To l'he people of lhe Slale ol Nevada and especially
Elko Counly lhe name led Carvnlle hlls lhem vvnlh admlr
aluon for a man whom we know +o be capable and ellnclenl
'ro full 'rhe posmon he now holds as governor ol The One
We of Elko and Elko Counly knowung hum as we have
lhrough 'rhe years feel hum Indeed 'ro be a parl' of us
As a graduale of Elko Counfy l-llqh School we lhnnk I+
only lllllng and proper lhal we guve hum due honor ln our
year book and can szncerely call hum Our lvlosl llluslruous
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Governor E. P. Carvllle
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P nc oal George L Turcolf
PRINCIPAL S MESSAGE TO THE STUDENT BODY
II as my sincere hope Ihal Ihrs year has been a prohrable
one Io you sfudenls of Elko Coun+y I-Ingh School In Ihe
sense 'rhar you have gained new knowledge and experience
Ihar wnll be benehcmal Io you In Ihe years Io come Thar you
have made new Irnendshlps among your fellow srudenls Ihar
you have had enloyable social conracrs wnlh sludenls and
Ieachers Ihrough Ihe medium ol +he numerous parhes and
olher galhernngs sponsored by Ihe varuous sludenl organlza
Irons during Ihe year
rnany advanlages Ihe local communnry and coun'ry have made
available Ihrough Ihe medlum of :Is publnc schools by pro
vrdrng many advanrages nof avarlable 'ro Ihe youlh of any
Finally I know Ihaf you w1ll prause Ihe splendid piece of
work accomplushed by your Pohob slall ID pulhng oul Ihls
annual Treasure Ihus Pohob which rellecrs so vnvudly and
realushcally The hrgh leghrs of The pasr scholashc year To
morrow I+ wmll be a sforehouse of golden mernornes In which
your hrgh school days may be relrved
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I know rhar as a whole Ihe sludenl body appreciales Ihe
BCARD of EDUCATION
Mr. Jones, Mrs. Williams,
Miss Gilmer, Mr. Coy
Miss Dunn, Mr. Banlcolier'
Mr. Parent Miss Hoclson
Mr. Laibly, Miss Mason,
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Our four years in high school are lull of happy and proud memories
lor us. Our members have been oulslanding in bolh scholarship and
alhlelics. Because of our originalily and abilily in organizalion, we
seem surely To have been ioslered by Leo. When Freshman, we gave
a class dance and as Sophomores, a pay dance. As Juniors, we gave a
very successful play, "The Ghosl Train," a class parly, and a well-planned
Prom, lhe lirsf invilalional Prom in The hislory of The school.
Our Senior year has been a full one-we gave a pay dance: our
class play, "The Millcy Way," was again well-received, our class pariy,
a lol of lun. The Senior Ball was anolher success for our record. For
lhe second lime, we won The lnlerclass Baslcelball Tournament and again
our members won honors for us on lhe Varsily, and lhe Traclc Team.
Now, as we leave high school behind, each of us hopes lo find as
aclive and successful a parf in Jrhe iulure as we have had here.
Our class officers were:
Joe McMullen - - - Presidenl
Bob Blair - Vice Presideni
Elaine Sabala - Secrelary
Miss Mason Sponsor
Mr. Mills - Sponsor
Top Row Jaclc Adams Emolo Barlorellu Robe-rf Blair Vnrgnma Bonlano Laura Boyd
Boffom Row Roberf Bruce Edward Bufler Dommgo Calzacorla Howard Campbell
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
We look back willi pride on our iirsr year as upper classmen.
Guided if seems, by Scorpio, we gave a class parry, 'rlwree pay dances.
including 'flue colorful "Wi+cl1es' Jamboree," and we collaboraled on a
very successful play, "You Can"r Talce I+ Wirlm You." Our Junior Prom,
A Viennese Garden, was widely praised. Our members were on bollw
Varsiry and Junior Varsily, and won honors on flue rraclc leam. Mucln
credil for our accornplislimenrs was due lo:
Dee Monlrgomery - - - - Presidenl
Delberr Parker - Vice Presidenl
Jennie Mariluclfm - Secreiary
Miss l-laulcness - Sponsor
Mr. Laibly Sponsor
Firsl' Row: Cropley, Welcli, Pacini, Pliiilips, Balclielder, I.. Sabala, Parus, Malsui,
Second Row: Miss Haukness, Smiraldo, Brelic, Marisquirena, Dysarr, Smirn, M. Plaza,
Lewis, J. Moore
Third Row: Jolwnson, Sornrners, Mariluclw, Kendall, Enke, Murphy, Claylon, Larnberl,
Firsf Row: Dodd, Noiima, Loslra, Sanloclwi, Burler, Scolr, Lipparelli, Arrascada
Second Row: Mr. Laibly, Plunlaerl, Norgaard, Monrqomery, Urriola, Garfeiz, McClure
Woolverlon, Bellinger, Wrignl, Wise, Cornwell
Tliird Row: Slenovicln, Warren, Moore, Suslaclna, Marlin, Overron, Bowers, Joe Men
dive, Parker, Jolnn Mendive, Moeil, J. Aguirre
Mr. Parenf, Scoff, Miss
SOPHCDMCRE CLASS HISTORY
Our fradifional vicfory on Field Day sfarfed a happy and successful
year for us. Influenced by Libra, we gave fwo class parfies which were
qreafly enioyed. Our members were on fhe Junior Varsify and fhe
Track feam. We loolc forward fo fulfilling well our increased imporfance
as upperclassmen. Cur able officers were:
John McFarlane - - - - Presidenf
Bonnie Scoff - Vice Presidenf
Maurice McBride - Secrefary
Miss l-lodson - Sponsor
Mr. Parenf Sponsor
Firsf Row: M. Sabala, E. Widman, Hood, M. Hachquel, Miss Hodson, L. Widman
Younes, Anderson, Frafini
Second Row: J. Walfher, Owens, Wolverfon, Swell, Roloerls, H. Clark, Puccinelli
C. Plaza, Horn, Beeney, Monson
Third Row: Peck, Farr, Scofl, Talbot Riordan, Wilson, Enlce, Sullivan, Duffy, Bowler
Firsf Row: Messerly, Heguy, Defweiler, Massey, Kennedy, N. Efchemendy, H. Efche-
mendy, Efchepare, Pacini
Second Row: Wines, Ford, Calkins, Gabiola, Gialy, Hanson, Sfrange, L. SCOH,
F. Scorl, Woodson
Third Row: McBride, Duffy, Gallagher, Dods, McFarlane, Mr. Parent Goicoechea,
T. Scoll, Wragg, Lopez, Andrini
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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
Off fo a good sfarf This year in spife of our losses on Field Day,
we have done much fo improve our lowly sfafus as "Frosh." Our firsf
efforf as a class, fhe Freshman parfy, was very successful. Perhaps we
are under fhe guidance of Aries, for our members have also been ouf-
sfanding in afhlefics. Several were on fhe Junior Varsify and fhe fraclc
feam, and did well in fhe lnferclass Tournamenf. Our officers who
guided us fhis year were:
Roberf Roanfree - Presidenl'
Marion l-lennen Vice Presidenf
Wilma Cassinelli - Sponsor
Miss Dunn - Sponsor
Mr. Coy - Sponsor
Firsr Row: Nelson, Buffer, l-lorlon, Sullivan, Keas, Gdell, Konoid, Sfrange, Woolyerlon
Second Row: Miss Dunn, Wing, Lower, Kenney, Larsen, Qnandia, Leberslci, Dudley
C, Pappas, Chevallier, Mclvlullen, Parus
Third Row: McBride, Casineli, H. l-lachguel, Burner, I-lefferson, Whipple, McCuisiion
Moore, Drown, l-lennen, Pursell, Cavencler, Boilano
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Firsi Row: Lucey, Wines, Jones, A. Aguirre, Gonzales, Long, Lear, Messerly, Torger
son, Marsumolo, Moore
Second Row: Mr. Coy, Barry, Nichol, Roanrree, Cross, B. Gregory, Amonerle
Williams, Wing, Rios, Carfer, Hernandez
Third Row: Mariluch. Guisii, Laucirica, Pike, P. Gregory, Lesbo, Turcoff, Glaser
G. A. A.
Top Row: Pike, Gver
Middle Row: lVIcMu:
len, IVIonTgome-ry, E
Harper, H. Harper
Hood, Glaser, Goi
BoTTom Row: RoanTree
The sTudenT body has been TorTunaTe This year in having Thomas
Hood as presidenT. The commiTTees he has chosen have been acTive and
cooperaTive, having organized an assembly program Tor The second
semesTer and drawn up Tire drill plans.
Thomas aTTended The sTudenT body meeTing in Reno on April I4
and I5 and broughT baclc several good ideas Tor The sTudenT body.
He was ably assisTed by Norman Glaser, Vice-PresidenT, and IfsTher
A Taurus, an Aries, and a Gemini Torm a group bound To bring
success To any underTalcing.
Mr. Mills served as Treasurer, wiTh Ivlr. l.aibIy as advisor.
The STudenT Council is composed oT The sTudenT body oTTicers.
presidenTs oT The various classes, and roll call represenTaTives.
Mr. Mills, Glaser, Har- '
per, Hood, Mr. Laibly
Woolverlon, Knapp. Y H
Overlon, Coach -f'
Bollom Row: Hach-
quel, Pike, Hood,
Pourfeen boys belong +o This organizalion, making if Jrhe largesl
Pr has been in years.
H is an organizafion for boys who have been acfive in a cerfain
number of baskefball games or who have Jraken parl in a number of
Jrrack evenfs, and as a resulf, have won Their lellers.
No dale has been kepl of when +he organizalion was slarfed, bu+
lhe firsl leller was given in l9I5.
The Club has been guife acfive fhis year, having given an assembly,
a pay dance. sponsored an infer-class baskelball lournamenl, and an
infer-gym-class baskelball fournamenf.
A consfilulion was drawn up lhe lalrfer par? of fhe school year.
The officers are as follows:
Domingo Calzacorla - Presidenf
Sylvesler Pike - - Vice Presidenf
Thomas l-lood Secrefary-Treasurer
Mr. Bankofier - - - Sponsor
G. A. A.
Top Row: Eager, Lower, Konold, VVelch, L. Moore, B. WalTher, Dudley, Whipple,
Johnson, Cassinelli, l-l. l-lachqueT, McBride, Wing, WoolverTon
Middle Row: Z. Parus, Horn, N. Parus, L. Sullivan, l-lennen, G. BoiTano, ScoTT,
E. Widman, M. Sullivan, RuTherTord, V. BoiTano, Lucille Enlce, Ferguson, Slrange,
L. Widman, Kenney, Larson
BoTTom Row: M. l'lachgueT, Pursell, l-lorTon, FraTini, C. Plaza, Pacini, Sommers,
SmiTh, C. Marisguirena, Miss l'-lodson, E. l-larper, M. Plaza, F. Marisguirena
Sabala, Moore, Cavendar, Hood
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One oT The oldesT and largesT organizaTions on The campus Tor girls,
is The Girls' AThleTic AssociaTion. The goal oT every girl who Talces gym-
nasTics is To belong To This organizaTion.
ln order To be eligible, The girls have To earn a cerTain number oT
poinTs in playing, reTereeing, or keeping score or Time oT an aThleTic
evenT. When They become members, They sTrive Tor poinTs enough To
secure Their leTTers, sweaTers. and Trophies.
This organizaTion promoTes enihusiasm and sporTsmanship among
The girls. This year They presenTed one oT The besT assemblies OT The
year, consisTing oT a clever liTTle pep slciT in honor oT The baslceT-ball boys,
beTore They leTT Tor The DisTricT TournamenT.
Besides sporTs, The girls are acTive in dancing. The oTTicers are as
Candida Marisquirena - PresidenT
EsTher l-larper - - Vice PresidenT
Marianne SmiTh SecreTary
Mary Plaza - Treasurer
Miss Hodson - Sponsor
Boirom Row: Blair, Knapp,
Smiih, Sabala, Waliher, Dy-
sari, Clary, McMullen, Wale
lace, Woods, Monlgomery
Middle Row: A. Williams,
Moore, Keyser, Torgerson,
While, Bruce, Kennedy, Hare
Top Row: Calzacorla, l-l.
Williams, Boirano, Hood,
Glaser, Moell, Warren,
Young, Clarlc, Enlce, Plaza
There were ren charrer members when This organizarion was srarred
in 'rhe fall of I9I7. This year There are lhirly-five aclive members.
ln order ro belong ro This organizarion, ir is necessary +o have an
average of B in Jrhe srudies of hisrory, economics, and relared subiecls.
The club has been working hard Jrhis year, having given Jrwo lnifiaiion
Banguers ar which each incoming candidare gave a 'rallc on an assigned
subiecr. The club sponsored a successful Senior Banguer and a pay dance.
The officers are as follows:
Bryani Clary - - Presideni
Joe McMullen Treasurer
Miss l-laulcness - Sponsor
Top Row: Pike, Calza
Third Row: McQueen
Mr. Laibly, Camp
Second Row: Bruce
Boflrom Row: Young
Dysarf, Clark, Piers
A new organizalion on 'rhe campus lhis year has made ils appear-
ance, l'he English I+ is an honorary sociely, and only Those who
have won Jrheir English "E" are enlirled 'lo belong. ln order lo receive
This emblem. 'rhe sludenl has lo serve from I4O +o l5O hours on slage
worlc, be il acling or working on crews. Every sludenl inleresled in
dramarics malces This sociely his goal. There are no officers. English "E"
sponsored Jrhe annual Thespian Terpsichorean Tangle To which each
member invifed a guesl.
New members Jrhis year were: Domingo Calzacorla, crew: Pansy
Clark, crew and aclingg Tom Cornwell, aclingp Juliana Dysarl, acringy
Eslher l-larper, aclingg Tom l-lood, aclingq Sylvesler Pilce, crew, l-loward
Campbell, acring, and Arrhur Williams, acfing. The club is sponsored
by Mr. Laibly.
Top Row: M. Pappas, C. Pappas, Woods, Whipple, Riordan, U. Boilano, Lillian
Enlce, Wilson, Warner, Burner, Moore, Harper, Claylon, Miss Dunn
Third Row: B. Nelson, Bowler, Cavendar, Konold, Woolverfon, G. Boilano, Owens,
L. Sullivan, F. Marisquirena, Dudley, Smiraldo, Lucille Enlce, M. Sullivan, Drown,
Second Row: Lower, Harmer, Keas, Larsen, Beeney, Cheuallier, Murphy, C. Maris-
quirena, B. Walrher, Ferguson, J. Wallher, Horn, C. Plaza, Bafchelder, B. Wool-
verfon, Peclc, Swell.
From' Row: l-lorlon, Wing, P. Nelson, Slrange, Odell, Bufler, Young, Frafini,
L. Widman, Anderson, Sfager, Malsumolo, E. Widman, Pacini, Welch, Eager
The newesl organizalion on 'rhe campus for girls is Fireside Circle,
organized in Seprember, l936.
The obiecl' of 'rhis organizalion is: lo form a connecling linlc berween
home and school: 'ro Jrrain girls 'ro be leaders in home and communily
life: To furnish opporlunilies lor righl social life: lo promole inleresl in
homemalcing educalionq and +o promole high ideals for 'rhe individual
and lhe home.
There are sixly girls belonging To 'rhe organizalion This year. They
have accomplished a greal deal and have obfained enough poinls To
secure lheir gold and silver pins.
Beulah Walrher, rhe lirsl-semesler president was chosen as The
mos'r oursranding girl in vocalional educarion.
The group allended l-lome Economics Day in Winnemucca on
The officers for bolh semeslers are as follows:
Beulah Wallher - - Presidenl - - Norma Anderson
Candida Marisquirena - Vice Presidenl - Laura Jean Drown
Margarel Ferguson - Secrelary - Kaiharine I-lorlon
June Wallher - - Treasurer - - Donna Riordan
Eileen Murphy - - Club Reporler - - Verlie Burner
Miss Dunn ---- Sponsor
Bollorn Row: Marlin, Clary, Gregory,
Bruhe, Blair, P. Hood, Bon BuTIer, Keye
scr Lesbo, Parker, Mr. Beardsley
Second Row: Bruce, Pike, N. Glaser,
Wise, Krall, Drown, I-Iarper, W, SCOTT
Third Row: Clark, McMullen, TurcoTT,
Anionelh Calkins, Sommers, Zunino,
Sabala, McCuisTon. Bowers
Fouilh Row: T, I-lcod, Moell, Wilson,
Cornwell, A. Glaser, Wines, Slager,
Whipple, Clawson, Garleiz, ETchebe-
Top Row: A. Williams, Puccinelli, John-
son, B. Williams, Lear, Beverly BuTler
Knapp, I-lennen, Horn, B. ScoTT,TauTer
Kinney, Ballinger, McQueen
The band made a very crediTable showing aT The STaTe Music EesTival
in Ely and also played hosT To The disTricT TesTivaI held here in Elko. To
The direcTor oT The Band, Mr. Charles Beardsley, and To The oTTicers
and members, should go praise Tor The high Type oT work accomplished
The band has risen Trom humble beginnings, having been organized
in I929. In The Tollowing Ten years, much has been accomplished. AT
presenT, There are TiTTy-seven acTive members.
OTTicers oT The Band are:
Bill Moell - - - PresidenT
Jack Bellinger - - Vice PresidenT
PaT I-Iood - - - SecreTary
DelberT Parker Wardrobe Manager
Elko CounTy I-ligh's TirsT orchesTra was organized in I924, wiTh
eleven members. Since ThaT Time, however, iT has grown considerably,
now having TorTy-Two members.
IT is inTeresTing To noTe ThaT The orchesTra has The correcT insTru-
menTaTion Tor a symphony orchesTra, having The Tollowing sTring insTru-
menlsi I4 Violins 3 Violas I I-larp
4 Cellos I STring Bass I Piano
The orchesTra played on various occasions This year. Though They
were unable To aTTend The STaTe EesTival aT Ely, They Took an acTive parT
in The DisTricT EesTival.
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BoTTom Row: McBride, Sabala. ScoTT
Drown, BaTchelder, Piers, SanTochi, Mcf
CuisTon, Beverly BuT.er, Ben Buller,
Middle Row: Taufer, I-lennen, Whipple,
SrniTh, Odell, Enke, Long, Keyser, Mc-
Mullen, Calkins, Puccinalli, T, I-lood,
Harper, Burner, Cavendar, Wilson,
Top Row: Ballinger, Blair, Glaser, Lesbo,
Bowers, Moell, P. Hood, Wilriarns, Mr.
A CAPPELLA CHORUS
Top Row: Kennedy, Wines,
Callcins, Mclvlullen, Hood
SweTT, Williams, Lesbo.
Dods, Mr. Beardsley
Middle Row: BuTler, HorTon,
BaTchelder, ScoTT, Lucille
Enlce, Smilh, Pursell, War-
ner, C. Plaza, STager, H.
FronT Row: Hennen, Mc'
Mullen, Harmer, ClinTon,
Piers, Brehe, G. BoiTano.
Drown, Monson, Puccinelli,
l3raTini, L. Sullivan
A CAPPELLA CHCJRUS
Elko CounTy High Schoolls newesT musical organizaTion is The
A Cappella Chorus, organized in l935. This chorus consisTs oT a group
oT TorTy-Tive boys and girls.
They have parTicipaTed in many downTown acTiviTies. Their biggesT
aTTair This year was The ChrisTmas CanTaTa. They also sponsored a series
oT enioyable Sunday evening hours, and parTicipaTed in The DisTricT
The Glee Club is The oldesT musical organizaTion on The campus.
For The pasT several years, iT has held a membership oT TorTy.
This organizaTion consisTs enTirely oT girls. They have sung aT many
school and down-Town programs. The biggesT school occasion oT The
musical deparTmenT This year was The Thanlcsgiving FesTival, in which
The girls were dressed as Spanish SenoriTas. These girls also Toolc an
acTive parT in The DisTricT l3esTival. Mr. Beardsley is direcTor.
Top Row: ScoTT, Cavendar
Lillian Enlce. l:raTini, Odell
C. Plaza, HorTon, Purcell
Middle Row: E. Sabala
ner, Drown, L. Sullivan
ClinTon, Woods, Mr
FronT Row: Hennen, lvlcMul
len, Harmer, Kennedy
STrange, Piers, Brehe, Puc
cille Enlce, C. SmiTh, Warj
Elko 27 December 9 Carlin 5
Elko emerged vicTor'ous by a 22 poinT margin, The game being
slow and Typical oT The TirsT season games. This was a oracfice game
and did noT counT on The conference sTandings.
Ello 26 December I7 Baffle lvIounTain I4
Playing Their firsT game away from home, The Indians easily defe-aTed
The BaTTie Ivlounfain five, never losing Their Iead fhroughouf The game.
Elo 24 January 6 Weils I2
The Elko boys proved Themse ves superior againsf The Wells five in
The firsT game following The ChrisTmas holidays. Wells seemed To be
The favoriTe because of The facf TnaT The Indians had noT had a prac-
Tice in Three weeks due To consTrucTion work on The gymnasium.
Elko 24 January I2 Sparks 30
Suffering Their firsT defeaT of The season, Elko played The hardesf
ToughT game Thus far. Rallying from an I8 To 7 score aT The half Time,
The Indians shorTened The lead buT could noT guife make The "gradefl
Elko 28 January I4 Wells I8
Wells was lTaken inTo camp" for The second Time by The Elko boys,
being unable To geT by our sTrong defense.
Elko 28 January 2I Ivlonfello I9
In a closely conTesTed game, The favored IvIonTello five were de-
feaTed by The Elko squad. The Indians pulled away in The lasT quarTer
To make Their fifTh vicTory.
Elko 20 January 25 Gardnerville I4
In Their firsT game of Their barnsforming Tour, Elko downed The
Grardnerville Team wi+h a 6 poinT margin.
Elko I6 January 26 Reno I5
For The Third Time in The hisTory of Elko I-Iigh, Elko defeafed Reno.
The game was closely foughT ThroughouT, and The ouTcome was never
deTermined unTil The sound of The bell. This was The firsf Time Elko
has beaTen Reno in Ten years.
Elko 25 January 27 Winnemucca I9
Elko ended Their barnsTorming Tour wiTh a perfecT record by winning
from Their perennial rivals, Winnemucca. As iT was The end of a
Tiring Trip, some doubT was expressed for The oufcome, buf The Elko
boys came Through as They usually do.
Elko 22 February 3 Carlin I2
IVIeeTing Their deadly rivals for The second Time, The Indians def
feaTed The Carlin five in a hard foughT game. Alfrhough The Carlin
boys puT up a good fighT, The Elko Team proved To be Too much for
Ivloe I-Forward Knapp-Forward
Elko PO February 4 Babu Ivlounlain I?
Ballie lvlounlain could nol guile cope wil? our guin'e'. Many
subsiilules were used. mak'ng Ine game inleresling.
Elko I6 February 4 Ausrn I3
Using 'ne Junior Varsity agansl lne Auslin ive, Eko lrecf up Tne
record Ina' Inc Vfirsiri E53 sol. Inv Game moved yer inrereslin
. . f I 1 V Q
oe rg nic and rack anfl ine end,
Elko 42 February I0 Winnemucca 35
Playing one ol Ilne besf games ol Ilwe season, Elko nosed our Winne-
mucca, making Inc lwfglwosl score clialked uo in a singe game. 'Ibis
was Ine second meolng oi Ilwe fwo Ieams, Eko being Ine yiclor boln
Elko 34 February ll Eureka I9
Eureka nol being able 'ro gel Inrouglw our slrong delfense, Elko
walked orl willw me game, lor Irs Ilmirleenlli viclory.
Elko 38 February I7 Ely 32
Ivlaking Irs second oul-ol-conierence lrip, Elko emerged vicrorious
over Ilwe Ely Bobcals by a 6 poinl margin.
Elko I9 February I8 Ely 22
Playing me second game willw 'me Bobcals, Elko was nosed oul
in Ilwe las? lew minules, Ely emerging Ilwe viclor. A+ Ilwe lwall, Elko was
leading by a I6 'ro 5 margin and also al Ilwe Ilwird quarler, I7 To I4.
I+ wasn? unlil Tlwe closing minales Ilwal Ely drove Ilwrouglw and made
Ilwe winning baskels.
Elko 36 February 24 Carlin I3
Alllwouglw Ilie score was onefsided, Ilne liglwl and compelilion was
Ilwere, wlwiclw always accompanies games belween Ilwese Iwo Teams.
Ibis is lbe llwird lime Carlin and Elko mel.
Elko I6 February 25 Monlello I7
For flue llwird deleal ol me season, Elko was downed by Ilwe Mon-
Iello sguad by a one poinl margin. Inis being Ine lasl game ol Ine
conference, il was lward Io lake.
Dis+ric+ Tournamen+ af Carlin
Elko 50 March 2 Auslin 7
Elko was marclwed willw Ausrn lor Ilweir lirsl game ol Ifie Iourra-
menf, The score was one sided and many subs+i+u+es were used.
Elko 2I March 3 Monlello 22
In one ol Ilie lwardesl fouglil games ol Ilwe season. Ivlonlello de-
lealed Elko by Ilie narrow marg'n ol 22 Io Zl. Elko could nol seem
Io click, missing many baskels and foul snors. lvlonfevo oelealed
Winnemucca and won Ilwe Conference Cliamoionslwip,
Top Row: Ivlariluch
Rios, Warren, Tur
coll, Coach Banlco
Bollorn Row: I-Iernan
dez, Roanlree, Noii
ma, Williams, Cross
The Junior Varsily, composed of freshmen, sophomores, and iuniors,
came Ihrough Ihe season in fine order, winning Iour games and losing
Ihree. Crealing 'rhe Junior Varsily lasl year, Coach Roy Banlcofier has
now given 'rhe younger, less experienced player a change Io "make
good" and has also an opporluniry To develop Ihe srars of Iomorrow.
Coaching The "J Vees" Jrhis year was Roberl Kane, one of Ihe baslcelball
sfars of las'r year.
Games and ResuI+s
January 6 - - Wells
January I2 - Wells
January I4 - Wells
January 28 Winnemucca
February 4 - Ausfin
February IO Winnemucca
February 24 - Owyhee
Coach Roy Banlcoher
Top Row: Campbell,
Wilson, Cross, Tur-
coll, Wrighl, Knapp,
Bolfom Row: Noiima,
lon, Coach Bankolier
A squad ol Tilly men answered Coach Bankolier s call lhis year lo
'rhe cinder lrack. The caplain and slar of las'r year Domingo Calzacorfa
did nor parlicipale due +o Tool iniuries. The squad is young 'rhis year
and lor lhe nnosl parl inexperienced, buf 'rhey have rhe slamina and
courage which make up a winning leam.
The schedule consisled of a dual meel wilh Winnemucca April I5
a dual meel wilh Ely, April 22, a meel wilh Jrhe Elko Town Team April 29
+he inlerscholaslic meer in Elko on May 6, and lhe slale mee? in Fallon
Manager Howard Campbell
Top Row: Boi+ano,Woods
Middle Row: Rulherlord,
Boflom Row: Wallace.
i in L.
SERVICE BALL KICK BALL
A grear deal of enlhusiasm has been shown among The girl afhleles
This year, lwenly-'rwo Freshmen having ioined lhe ranlcs.
Some very lively encounlers have been experienced in each of lhe
maior sporrs. Honors have been divided belween lhe Seniors and
Sophomores, each having rwo vicfories lo lheir credil.
Seniors ---- Kiclcball and Service ball
Sophomores ---- Soccer and Baslselball
An assembly of fun, frivolily, and enrerlainmenl was presenled ro
lhe sludenl body, who accepred il enrhusiaslically.
Leaders lor sporls rhis year were as follows:
Kiclc Ball ---- lvlarguerife Hachquer
Soccer - - Esrher Harper
Service Ball - - Eva Fralini
Baslcefball - - Pal Hood
Baseball - - Chrislina Plaza
Badminlon Candida lvlarisguirena
Top Row Bryanr Clary Margery Cupll Jean Johnson Mass Marlcey
Mlddle Row Jessue Moore Peggy Phallnps Ardelle Plunlcell Beverly
Sommers Ar hur Wullnams
Bollom Row Hamel' Wnllnams Della Wood Frances Young Dorolhy
The annual sfafe commercial conresl held In Reno on May 2l l938
was well represenled by rhe Ellco Hugh School Through 'rhe hard worlc
of 'rhe srudenls under The supervision of Mlss Caroline Marlcey a very
credlrable shownng was made wn'rh The followlng srudenrs faking honors
SHORTHAND I SHORTHAND H
70 W rd er mlnme Jean Johnson Isf
O 5 p Alace McFarlane 2nd
Ardelle Plunlcef Tued for 3rd Margery Cuprf 3rd
l'larrue+ Wnllnams Tsed for 3rd TYPING I
60 words per mrnule Beverly Sommers-41h
Frances Young lsf TYPING ll
Della Woods 2nd Bryanf Clary-4+h
2 e r f
4 'a -O
ev ' if
Alice Jane McFarlane
L . .
THE MILKY WAY
The consTellaTion was plainly visible on The nighTs oT OcTober 20
and 2I, when The Seniors presenTed a Three acT Tarce, "The Milky Way,"
by Lynn RooT and T-larry Clark.
Tom l-lood, a SagiTTarius baby, who accidenTally knocked ouT The
middle weighT champion, ArThur Williams, and his Trainer, l-Toward
Campbell, in a sTreeT TighT, was TorceTully persuaded by RoberT Bruce,
ArThur's manager, and Frances Young, a Leo, To become a proTessional
boxer. ATTer a series oT "Tixed" maTches, Tom challenged ArThur Tor
The middle-weighT championship in which he comes ouT The vicTor. All
ends well, however, when iT becomes known ThaT Tom has beT his savings
on himselT and plans on invesTing iT in a dairy wiTh dogs delivering The
Typical sporTs reporTers were played by BryanT Clary and Joe
Mclviullen, always happening in aT The wrong Time To complicaTe maTTers.
Edward BuTler porTrayed a disTinguished Chicago millionaire. The love
inTeresT was supplied by ArThur Williams and BeTTy Piers.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Spider fA-- l-Toward Campbell
Speed McFarland - - ArThur Williams
Anne WesTley - - - Frances Young
Gabby Sloan - - RoberT Bruce
Burleigh Sullivan - Tom T-Tood
Mae Sullivan - BeTTy Piers
Eddie - - f Joe McMullen
Willard - - - - BryanT Clary
Wilbur AusTin - - - Edward BuTler
This play and The oThers were under The
direcTion oT Theo. Laibly.
Bruce, T-lood, Young
Williams, Piers, Camp
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Holger, a peasanl boy f James Calkins
Sleen, his younger brolher - Blaine Wines
Berlel, lheir uncle - l-loward Campbell
An Old Woman - f Florence Keas
Angel f f - Thelma Gdell
Priesl - - - Norman Glaser
A Lord - - f Ben Bulier '
A Courlier - Morris Gallagher l
A Lady - - Belly Nelson
A Scholar - - - Bob Blair
A Young Girl 7 A - Fayelle Randall
The King ---- Leland While
Domingo Calzacorla, Emolo Barlorelli, Syl-
vesler Pike, and Bryanl Clary deserve much
credil lor lhe elleclive selling and lighl-
ing. Beulah Wallher and Virginia Boilano
were responsible lor lhe colorlul coslumes. Gallagher, Nelson, Blair, Glaser, While. Randall, Buller, Calins, Keas
WHY THE CHIMES RANG
Wilh a casl ol lwelve chosen lrom lhe school al large, a very beau-
lilul and impressive produclion was well received by lhe people ol Ellco
al Chrislmas. ll was very appropriale lo Chrislmas Time, lelling a
religious slory ol lhe Middle Ages.
The lighling ellecls were especially beaulilul, crealing a sighl lhal
is nol lo be lorgollen. A beaulilul musical background was lurnished
by a l-lammond eleclric organ.
NUTS T0 YCU
"Nuls lo You," a lhree-acl comedy by Glenn l-lughes, was lhe lasl
dramalic produclion ol lhe year, lhe play being presenled on May I8
by lhe public spealcing l class. Members ol lhe casl were nearly all
lreshmen and sophomores. Those having roles were: Morris Gallagher,
Beulah Wallher, Doris Whipple, Jaclc Adams, John Scoll, Lavelle Wid-
man, Belly Owens, Rosalie Cavendar, Dan Kennedy, Maurice McBride,
Donna l-lelleron, Sleve Urriola, Virginia Saxey, James Callcins, June
Young, Leo Puccinelli, Tom Cornwell, Blaine Wines, Lucille Enlce, Peggy
Talbol, Edwina Widman, Eva Fralini, Leo Lipparelli, Melville Paul, Bob
Blair, Duane Wilson, Franlc Plunlcell.
9 X 3
DysarT, Clary, Phillips,
WhiTe, Bruce, Dodd,
Urriola, ScoTT, Jones,
"YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU"
This ouTsTanding Broadway success which ran Tor Two conTinuous
years and which was The PuliTzer Prize winner, was presenTed by The
Junior Class and The Public Speaking ll Class. Elko CounTy High School
was very TorTunaTe in securing This play, as iT had iusT been released Tor
amaTeur producTion, making Elko one oT The TirsT groups in The counTry
To produce iT.
The sTory cenTered around The Sycamore Tamily and Their individual-
isTic philosophy, each one having his own idea oT living, which included
raising raTs, balleT dancing, making Tire works, wriTing plays, and numerous
Over Tive hundred properTies ThaT were collecTed by The properTy
crew, Jean Cornwell and Corrine SmiTh, were necessary Tor The pro-
ducTion, making This play an exTremely large underTaking, buT very
An eTTecTive seTTing and a well-Trained casT made This play one oT
The mosT ouTsTanding producTions in The hisTory oT The school.
Penelope Sycamore - Aileen LamberT
Eggie ----- Juliana DysarT
Rheba - - -
- EsTher Harper
- RoberT Blair
- BryanT Clary
Donald - - - - Tom Cornwell
MarTin VanderhoT - RoberT Bruce
Alice - - - - Peggy Phillips
Henderson - - - Edward BuTler
Tony Kirby -
Mr. Kirby -
Mrs. Kirby - -
Three Federal Men
- Leland WhiTe
- Jacob Dodd
- Sara Warner
- Warren ScoTT
Rae Scorr Lengh Kelley Janey Peck
AWARDS and HONORS
V6ledIC'l'OFI6I'1 Pefer Marllugh
R69 SCOH John McFarlane
Salulfafoman Melvrlle Paul
Leigh Kelley Arrhur Srenovnch
Rolary Plaque Honors
L h K II Commerclal Deparrrnenr
eng e ey
Twenhelh Cenlury Plaque Honors ypmg
'lanel' Peck Beverly Somrners
Busrness and Prolessronal Women s Typ, 9 ll
SCl10lGVSlW'P Dororhy Keyser
Margaref Wilson Bryam Clary
G A A Awards Shorrhand l
Jacquelyn Erchebehere Ardelle Plunlcell
Manual Arrs Deparrmenr
Twenhelh Cenlury Club Awards
Eorresl Mc ueen
Gorgas Memorral Award
American Legron Essay Con+es'r
Leland Whale lsr Place
Bob Bruce Te for 2nd Pace
Julrana Dysarr Tre lor 2nd
Bausch and Lomb Honorary
Sfudenr Body Award
P. E. O.
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. ' . , In
U ' Beulah Walrher Bob Blair
v' g old 'l ' " A
1 I i
AW' A A
When RoberT Bruce was chosen as The edlTor oT The l939 Pohob
everybody seemed To realnze ThaT a book we could be proud oT would
be publsshed The eduTor chose has sTaTT on The basis oT havung one
person Tor each secTuon oT The book Thus making a much smaller buT
more eTTlcuenT sTaTT
The busrness manager Leo Puccnnella and has assusTanT Norman
Warren as ad chasers collecTed over S450 Trom adverTrsemenTs
maksng The publucahon oT Thrs larger book possible
Thus when a Scorpaan lRoberT Bruce and a Vurgoan Leo Puccunellu
are combined The resulTnng combunahon as eTT1cuency plus
The sTaTT Includes Jullana DysarT asslsTanT ednTor RoberT Blalr
acTuvuTues EsTher l-larper organuzahons Maurice McBride rosTer l3orresT
McQueen TeaTures SylvesTer Pike phoTographer Leland Wh1Te arT
Theo l.arbly advisor
Thus IS The ThnrTaeTh year oT publlcaTlon The Pohob s+ar+ed as a
small pamphleT released once a monTh and slowly graduaTed :nTo The
book oT Today
ln speaking Tor The school, The prlnTer, and The sTaTT, please re
An annual as a greaT proposahon
The school geTs The glory,
The prnnTer geTs The money,
The sTaTT geTs The blame
T V T We kr
! 4 'Q v I W A Queen Dyfrl, Bruce
Q T ' ,- A Bm Pk y Mr. ra,
In Pucc,ne'l Warren
T '- Mr' Moe
s U S Q , T
I x If
Miss Mason, Amon-
Third Row: Warner,
Piers, Dysarl, Rob-
Second Row: Johnson,
Swell, Welch, Crop-
Boliom Row: Young,
Plaza, Clark, Wines
A regular class in Journalism was inlroducecl info fhe curriculum
of The school Jrhis year, under lhe direclion of Miss Marie Mason. The
school paper, "The Sagebrush Saga," was published every olher Friday
by fhe class in mimeograph form, giving The sfudenls a variely of news
and scandal. Two special prinled edifions, including culs, were issued
in December and April.
An assembly and pay dance were given by Jrhe class, besides a
privaie parly in Jrhe form of a progressive dinner.
The Slars were in favorable posiiions, lhe paper having had a suc-
Those malcing up The slafi are: Morris Gallagher, John Scoli, Mar-
garelr Ferguson, Blaine Wines, Edna Roberls, Dee Monlgomery, Marion
Welch, Edward Amonelle, Jean Cropley, ldona Slager, Corinne Smifh,
Sara Warner, June Young, Geraldine Swell, Bill Morrow, Juliana Dysarl,
Alice Johnson, l-lazel Clarlc, Chrislina Plaza, l-larriei Williams, Candida
Marisguirena, and Jean Piers.
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AN ASTROLOGICAL SLANT ON THE SENIORS
ln as much as The Theme oT This year's Pohob is The Zodiac. a
survey was made oT our Seniors To illusTraTe Their dominanT TraiTs as
broughT ouT in The diTTerenT asTrological groups.
Born under The sign oT Aries we Tind six Seniors, Tive boys and a
girl. The AsTrological course runs True enough here, Tor we Tind ThaT
Domingo CalzacorTa TulTills one oT The dominanT TraiTs oT The Aries group,
+ha+ oT handling aTTairs wiTh considerable energy. Norman Glaser, our
vice presidenT, also exhibiTs This marlced TraiT oT The group. Melville Paul
runs To Type and displays opTimism, a marked TraiT oT The group. IT
would be hard To imagine a person in The Senior class ThaT would be a
beTTer example oT The virTue oT guieT menTal applicaTion Than Elaine
Sabala. The Aries group rounds ouT wiTh STanley Zunino and ArThur
STenovich, boTh mechanically inclined, which is, convenienTly enough,
one oT The Aries's good poinTs.
Five more Seniors come under The sign oT Taurus, The bull. AsTrolo-
gers Tell us ThaT The Typical Taurean has a paTienT, buT very Thorough
mind. This is indeed The case wiTh Tom l-lood, Tor while Tom may noT
Tinish his worlc in such a hurry, when iT is Tinished, iT is righT. AT TirsT sighT
Jaclc Adams mighT lead one To believe ThaT his ouTsTanding TraiT was
one oT The dominanT oT This group--love oT ease. BuT, if we examine
TurTher, we Tind This To be overshadowed by his perserverence. A good
memory is a Typical Taurean virTue, and Pansy Clarlc has proved Through
her acTiviTies as prompTer in many oT our school plays, ThaT she is giTTed
wiTh This. AnoTher Taurean aTTribuTe is an aThleTic body, and This is
cerTainly True in The case oT Joe Mclvlullen, an ouTsTanding aThleTe in his
high school days. Sara Warner has given cause To believe ThaT she mighT
be inTeresTed in The liTe oT an acTress and, if This be The case, The sign
oT Taurus is wiTh her, Tor people born under This sign are encouraged
in This worlc.
Under The sign oT Virgo we Tind persons wiTh unusual infelligence.
This TiTs excepTionally well in The case oT T-larrieT Williams, Tor we all
lcnow l-larrieT has one oT The TinesT minds in school. Quiclcness oT physical
processes is anoTher characTerisTic oT The people oT Virgo, and iudging
Trom The manner in which Johnny ETchebehere has always been a good
ball player, he surely was giTTed in This manner. FayeTTa Randall possesses
ThaT TacTTulness and general charm oT manner which is one oT The besT-
noTed virTues oT Those born under Virgo. Leo Puccinelli inTends To pursue
law as a career, and This is considered a Tavorable occupaTion Tor Those
born under Virgo.
Under The sign oT Libra, we have an evenly balanced aggregaTion,
Three boys and a lilce number oT girls. ExTreme congenialiTy is an ad-
vanTage oT This group which is mosT advanTageously displayed by Two
oT The Senior girls in parTicular, Frances Young and Candida Marisguirena.
Persons born under Libra are said To be naTurally inclined To be iudges.
IT The manner in which OTis Jones handled his duTies as iudge in The
Senior Roll Call was an indicaTion as To his real rneriT, iT would noT be
surprising if TwenTy years hence iT mighT be "Judge Jones." Kindliness
and imparTialiTy, TogeTher wiTh a desire Tor harmony and peace, sTamp
Leo l3aoleTTi and DoroThea Moore as Typically Libraian. STill The lawyers
lceep coming. ForresT McQueen has ambiTions oT becoming a lawyer,
and The sign oT Libra is supposedly mosT Tavorable To This proTession.
RoberT Bruce is indeed The personiTicaTion oT The perTecT Scorpian
Type, Tor, To be a True son oT Scorpio, one musT have a Thoroughness
which sTiclcs wiTh him in any underTal4ing. This is indeed True as The
posiTion oT ediTor oT a school annual requires plenTy oT Thoroughness.
ArThur Williams has said ThaT he should lilce To aTTend Annapolis, and
The sign oT Scorpio is righT behind him, Tor all miliTary occupaTions are
well-suiTed To Scorpians.
Under SagiTTaris we have Three Seniors, Two girls and a boy. Poor
boy, leTT alone wiTh Two girls, buT Emolo BarTorelli would be saTe any-
where wiTh ThaT abounding sense oT independence which is a giTT To
SagiTTarians. Laura Boyd is abouT as good an example oT good sporTs-
manship as we have ever seen, and This Too is a SagiTTarian virTue. We
always wondered where ldona STager goT all oT her opTimism, buT now
we lcnow. IT is Trom The sign SagiTTarius, Tor This is anoTher pleasing parT
To The malceup oT a SagiTTarian.
Born under The sign oT Capricorn, we have buT Two persons in
The Senior Class. They are boTh girls and run True To The Capricornian
Type. Beulah WalTher is The perservering Type. This also holds True Tor
her sisTer Capricornian, Virginia BoiTano.
AlThough asTrologers say noThing oT iT, persons born under The sign
oT Aquarius musT Tend To be blonde. They cerTainly do in The Senior
Class. We ciTe BeTTy Piers and Della Wood. These Two are Tor-sure-
blonde and charming in manner. While The horoscope says noThing oT
The blondness oT Aguarians, iT agrees impliciTly wiTh The wriTer in ThaT
They are charming.
ln The lasT oT The Twelve greaT groups, we Tind Tive Seniors. The
Typical Piscean has an idealisTic mind and is a greaT inTerpreTer. We
Tind This True To a measure in our own Seniors as Rae Torgerson and Jean
Cornwell boTh seem To be giTTed wiTh an idealisTic mind. Edward BuTler
may have become a liTTle angry aT Times during his school days, buT he
always managed To cool oTT in a shorT Time. Forgiveness is an ouTsTanding
TeaTure oT This group. Loolcing ahead, we Tind ThaT Two oT our Seniors
seemed desTined Tor worlc in creaTive arTs. George Wing has proved
himselT very handy wiTh The implemenTs used in The shop, while everyone
lcnows ThaT Leland WhiTe has been The moving spiriT behind many a
program cover and adverTising posTer.
People born under The sign oT Gemini are reasoners. They are Tond
oT Tun and gaieTy buf underneaTh, are The Thinlcers oT The asTrological
groups. Bob Blair, one oT our Seniors born under Gemini, runs True To
Torm and displays an ouTsTanding virTue oT The group, ThaT oT Talcing an
inTeresT in everyThing ThaT goes on-versaTiliTy. Persons born under
Gemini are noTed Tor Their genialiTy oT charm and manner, and This de-
scripTion suiTs EsTher l-larper To a BoTh according To Jacob Dodd's
acTions and To his horoscope, his liTe should be one oT Thrills, Tor all
Those born under Gemini are always loolcing Tor new Thrills and new
inTeresTs. AlberT T-lachgueT displays exTraordinary physical coordinaTion,
which is one oT The good TorTunes given To Those born under Gemini.
When iT comes To TuTure occupaTions, The sign oT Gemini TiTs righT in
wiTh The plans oT Three oT our Seniors: l-loward Campbell has aspiraTions
oT becoming a mining engineer, and The sign oT Gemini agrees wiTh
BryanT Clary's ambiTion To become an engineer, DoroThy Keyser's secre-
Tarial abiliTy coincides wiTh The aTTribuTes oT The children oT Gemini.
People born under The sign oT Cancer are generally oT a serious,
hard-worlcing Type. An openness oT mind and recepTiviTy To new ideas
are parT oT The makeup oT a Typical Cancerian ,and Dewey TauTer TiTs
righT in wiTh new ideas. Kindness, an ouTsTanding virTue oT This group,
is consTanTly displayed by l-lelen l-larper. Loolcing To The TuTure,
we would noT be surprised if Lois Wallace mighT enTer some humaniTarian
worlc as iT is one oT The occupaTions To which Cancerians are inclined.
Under The sign oT Leo, The lion, we have only Two Seniors, They
exempliTy The Leoian Type. SylvesTer Pilce TypiTies The generosiTy oT
hearT and mind so Typically Leoian. Rowena RuTherTord is essenTially
opTimisTic, anoTher virTue oT Those born under Leo.
The Class of '39 has shown iTselT To be a varied group wiTh TalenTs
in many Tields. Perhaps iT is ThaT They are so well represenTed in so many
diTTerenT asTrological groups.
2-3-S-MR. TURCOTT BUSY REGISTERING STUDENTS
NEW AND OLD: ALL GLAD T0 GET BACK TO
6-Wilh a sigh and groan, sludenls frooped inlo casse
Tor The Tirsl day oT school.
9-EIELD DAY. A GOOD TIME HAD BY ALL BUT
THE EROSH, WHO BEGAN TO ENJOY THEMA
SELVES ONLY AETER THE EESTIVITIES WERE
OVER. A DANCE WAS HELD IN THEIR HONOR.
23-School gol under way srnoolhly wilh The sign oT
Libra replacing Virgo.
28-Tesls and more Iesls. An inlelligence 'resl was given
Io +he enlire school. The Home Economics class
sponsored a Good Manners Tesl, senior girls receiv
ing The highesl average.
30-Senior Pay Dance. Good lime had by all.
8-Junior Parly. Very enioyable
II-Wilh old man 'ISoI" Iinally cooperaling, class pice
lures were Ialcen Tor The Pohob.
I4-LeTI Io Themselves, The Erosh really enioyed Their
I5-The Sophomores didn? do so bad for Ihemselves,
eilher, giving a bangup parly.
20-2I-THE ANNUAL SENIOR PLAY, "THE MILKY
WAY," WAS PRESENTED EOR PUBLIC ATTEND-
ANCE. VERY GOOD.
2I-AII The acrors and acrresses of 'rhe Senior Play, in
company wilh Their admirers, enjoyed a dance which
followed The play.
23-The planel Mars came inlo sway and Ihe sign oI
Scorpio ruled all.
29-AMID GOBLINS AND GI-IOSTS, TI-IE JUNIORS
HELD THEIR WITCII-I'S JAMBOREE.
4-Senior Parry. A Tine Time.
7-To awaken inleresl in governmenl, a school, slraw
vole, sponsored by DeLaureoIa, was Taken on The
slafe, counly, and cily eIec+ion.
II-Joyful news! A half day OTT Tor Armislice day pro-
.a- "'- .
II-SENIORS SWEEP ON AND WIN FINAL GAME
OF THE INTERCLASS SERIES IN BASKETBALL.
II-Hard Times dance. Never saw so many bums in
I 2-Fireside Circ'e dance.
I8-THE BAND GOES SPANISH AND PRESENTS THE
THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL IN A "BULL THROW-
IB-Final day of The Tar-Tamed Senior "Whisker Cone
TesT." ProT. Ivlills, oTTicial iudge. Emolo BarTorelIi.
22vGROUND WAS BROKEN PREPARATORY TO THE
CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW EAST WING.
23-WiTh CareTree abandon, The school enioyed The
Thanlcsgiving yaCaTion. The sign oT Scorpio wenT on
iTs yaCaTion and was replaced by SagiTTarius.
9-We Take over Carlin in a sloppy, early season game
I6-The boys are geTTing inTo The swing oT iT, Ellco 26,
BaTTle lVlounTain, I4.
20- 'Why The Chimes Rang' and ChrisTmas CanTaTa.
2I-The sign oT Capricorn, ruler oT The ConTrollers, Came
QI--An all school ChrisTmas parTy and dance wiTh SanTa
6-Wells bows To The Indians, 24-I2.
I2-ELKO GOT TO ROLLING JUST TOO LATE IN
THE GAME. SPARKS 30, ELKO 24.
I4-Wells again bows To The Redskins, 28-I8.
I9-THE SIGN OF AOUARIUS, RULED BY URANUS,
CAME IN WITH SUCH A START, IT SHOCKED
THE SCHOOL INTO HAVING THE FIRST FIRE
DRILL IN TWO YEARS.
2I-We beaT The powerTul IvIonTello Team 8 poinTs,
23-24-AN ASTONISI-IING REVIVAL OE LEARNING
EXT-IIBITED DURING SEMESTER EXAMS.
25-26-27-The Tearn Took in a rnosT successTul road Trip,
and also "Took" The Tollowing: Gardnervilfe, 2OfI4,
Reno, I6-I5g Winnemucca, 24-I9.
4-We won a double header and enioyed a dance
sponsored by Block E. Elko 20, BaTTIe MounTafn I2t
Elko I6, AusTin I3.
II-Nice going, Elkol Indians, 42, Buckaroos 35.
I2-Elko Takes over Eureka, 34-I9.
I7-Junior Pay Dance. We dance while Elko wins Trorn
I9e-The second end oT The Ely series wasn'T so good.
We goT Taken. Ely 22, Elko I9. IT musT have been
ThaT The sign oT Pisces, which was iusT ushered in
Today, was unTavorabIe To us.
24-Elko 36, Carlin I8. Looks as Though we have a real
2-Elko SO, AusTin 7. The TirsT game oT The DisTricT
TournamenT in Carlin was iusT as one-sided as The
3-C5.A,A. I-IELD AN ASSEMBLY. ENTERTAINMENT
AND PEP WERE ITS CLAIM TO FAME.
3-I-lorror oT horrorsl We were beaTen by MonTeIIo.
whom we had beaTen earlier in The season by B
poinTs. MonTeIIo 22, Elko 21. No sTaTe TournanfienT
I 5ASTudenT Body Assembly.
I8-Gym class baskeTbaII TournarnenT. Won by The
Zebras Trom TourTh period class,
20-The planeT Mars rolled on in iTs orbiT and placed us
under The sign oT Aquarius.
3I-WJUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS PLAY, "YOU CANIT
TAKE IT WITH YOU." EXCELLENT PERFORM-
3-4-.ICI-INNY ETC!-IEBEI-IERE DISPLAYED A IISWELLI'
IIVIITATION OF A HEALTHY CASE OF MUMPS.
7-IO-Spring VacaTion. Welcome relieT.
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I5-'THE ONE AND ONLY JUNlOR PROM! l3O
lo-Sociology picnic. Wo? a lime!
21-The sign of Taurus, under The plane? Virus, came in
Today and found Mr. Beardsley Tranlically direcling
his charges in preparalion Tor rlie Teslival.
28-29-Slale Music Feslival al Ely. Band members have
4iNomina+ion of sludenl body officers Tor coming
SY-Dance sponsored by The DeLaureola Club.
8---Primary sludenl body eleclions.
I2-Campaign Ball. Candidales expound llweir ideals.
I3-WE HAVE BIG WEEKEND AS COMMERCTAL
CONTESTANTS GO TO RENO EOR STATE CON-
TEST AND TRACK-MEN TO EALLON FOR THE
STATE TRACK MEET.
I5-Clwose our sfudenl body officers in Tinal eleclion.
I7-HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTS DEMONSTRATE THE
WONDERS OF THE UNIVERSE AT ASSEMBLY
SPONSORED BY THE CHEMISTRY CLASS.
I9-Public speaking l play presenled, 'Nuls To You."
20--Our Home Economics iourney lo Winnemucca for
Home Economics Day Jrlriere.
2I-The Sign ol Gemini, whose sons are llwe reasoners
ol 'rlne world, appears iusl in lime To find flne Seniors
conniving bow lbey miglil graduale.
24-DeLaureola leles Seniors af annual banquef.
25-PUBLIC SPEAKING ASSEMBLY, EDUCATIN6.
27-Senior Ball, beaulilul decoralions, good music, and
a wonderful lime.
30-I-Exams, and louglw, loo.
I-Domeslic Science and Manual Training exliibils
Visiled by many.
2-Ar long lasl: Graduafion and vacafion.
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scnooI The choIce wenI Io Bob BIa r by a Wlde margIn
a nope we re oound Ior ce-rIa n success In IIIe In so Ie oI InIs Tom I-Iood presIden
oI ne sIudenI oody seemed Io have more o Ine oowers necessary Ior success
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chosen is Ihe besI dressed boy In schooI
LeIand WhIIe rears hIs head agaIn IU Ihe roIe oI Ihe poIIIesI boy In schooI and
so we gaIher IhaI beIng a good dancer and very ooIIIe he musI necessarIIy be guIIe
a GOIGS min
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c as men James CaII4Ins
Now we come o Ine oI er s d oI Ih ngs Ine o rs BeIIy Ne son was chosen 1
Ihe besI oomng g rI In hIgh scho ThIs goes Io snow InaI genIIemen sIIII breIer
bondes and preIIy ones aI IhaI
As Io wno w1sIhe besI dance wmong Ihe gn s oI Ihe hgh school Ihe e ww no
dIssensIon II Ihe e was any Ma guer Ie SabaIa s Iao dancIng soon seIIIed I
I-Iwrr eI WI mms has ong oeen refognwed is one oI our mosI brIIIIanI sIudenIs
and now sIudenI IudgmenI conIIrrns Ihe IacI
BeIIy PIGFS seems Io be doubIy popuIar wIIh Ihe mascuIIne sex as she was Ine
wnner on Iwo counIs BeIIy was yoIed Ihe besI Iover and aIso Ihe besI IuIure
We all wgree wIIh Ihe person who saId IhaI PaI I-Iood s bersonaIIIy was IascIn
aIIng She was chosen as Ihe g rI wIh Ihe besI oersonaIIIy
Tnere were Iew who d souIed Mary PIaza s rIghI Io be caIed Ihe besI dressed
o rI on Ihe camous The ooInIon was IruIy IusIIIIed
GenIIemen zga n preIer bIonde DoIIy Wood was chosen as Ihe poIIIesI gIrI
June Young walked away wIIh Ihe conIesI concernmg who was Ihe bIggesI IIIrI
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The frernbhng Fresh!!
A+ 'rhe sound of fhe bell
Qun Hiding, Pike
The Junior Prom
Vxfhafxs so funny?
Sock em, ldddol
Boys at pay
Our own Don Amecne
Fronr walk ar noon
Triree of a kind
I. See some+ning7
2. Tne beard growing champion
3. mln Hwe Spring a young man's fancy
One hour for all offenders
l-leads up-heads clown
Whalsa mailer, Johnny?
Four snow babies
The happily married couple
Why so pensive?
l-lold 'er, Bowers!
Ladies in Waifing
All Baba wifhour his wives
In fhe Beer Garden
Ladies and qenHernen: McMullen
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Delberf Parker, a sure be? for nexr year
E. C. H. S. Special
Soaking up Jfhe suniighf
End of a perfecf day
Such goings on!
Where's Jrhaf smile, Mary?
Yo heave ho!
Come on Ehcol
Order In lrhe sour?
Sfudenf Booy Presidenf and Vice-Presiden+
Wha+'s so Infereshng, Georgia?
Our handsome phofographer
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A B DICK COMPANY
A G SPALDING d BROTHERS
EVERWEAR MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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L C SMITH 81 CORONA
STANDARD d PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
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CLASS OF I939
ELKO ATHLETIC TEAMS
and Their Followers
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Winnemucca O Nevada
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For uallly and Service
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Ready lo Wear Merchandise
H L BRUCE COMPANY
Super Shell Gasolme
Molor Oils Fue Ons
Phone 400 Ellco Nevada
T G ROWLAND
Member Assocualecl General
I558 Yale Ave
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Troy Laundry 81
Dry Cleaning Co
Specisalnsls IU All Parllcular
Classes of Work
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Elko Nevada P on
Fire Chief 8: Sky Chief Gasoline
For Those Who Wani' Ihe Besf
D S Reynolds
Phone 45 Elko Nevada
lnsurance of all Kinds
Henderson Banklng Company
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POSITION for Every
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MEATS and GROCERIES
McNamara 81 Robbins
AH'orneys al' Law
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Class OI I939
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The Genflemen s Resorl'
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Elko Ice and Fuel Co
Cryslal Clear Ice
Blue Blaze Coal
I I59 Ra I oad Slreef
Mason Producls Company
An Elko I sl ful on
PASTEURIZED ELVADA BUTTER
For All O cas ons
The Masfer Engravers
Elko General Merchandnse
JOE ANACABE Prop
ELKO 0 NEVADA
ELKO DRUG CO
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Wells Ho'l'el 81 Cafe
Open Day and Nighl
TOMMIE PARKER S
ELKO STEAM LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING CO
Guaranfeed F rs+ Class Work
We Call For and Delwer
Phone 354 Ellco Nevada
Nevada s Largesl' Holel
5+I1 and Idaho Sfreels
Rupe s Pool Hall
POOL and BILLIARDS
Candy Clgars Cugarelles Tobacco
H C STEVENS CO
Nonows MILLINERY READY TO WEAR
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FORD MERCURY a d LINCOLN
HULL MOTOR CO
Hun+ for Hun+ s
Candy and Ice Cream
Huni' s Candy Shop
Meais and Grocerles
Phones 342 343
6'rh and Idaho S+ree+s
ELKO O NEVADA
Goodrlch Tures and BaH'erues
Phone I43 Elko Nevada
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Phone I65 Elko, Nevada
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Phone 358 Elko Nevada
DR J S MARTIN
Hun+er Theahe Buuldnng
DENTISTRY X RAY
COVERS MADE FOR THE POHOBS OF
The S K SmII'h Company
Snlver SI'a+e Moior Co
CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE
SALES AND SERVICE
668 Commerclal S'IreeI
GRANT H NEILSON
ELKO SHOE SHOP
NUNN BUSH SHOES
G W Turner Prop
Beffer Food for BeHer Healfh
Your Busnness ms Appreclafed
SmII'h Accounhng SGFVICG
Henderson Bank Building
ACCOUNTING INCOME TAX
ELKO O NEVADA
PIKE AND KENNEDY
ABERDEEN and STANDARD COAL
Commerclal Sfreef o Nevada
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BRICK WORK ON NEW ADDITIONS Complimems of
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Edward F Dunbar, D DS
Henderson Bank Bldg
Dr F M Poulson
PHYSICIAN and suReEoN
Room 204 Henderson Banl: Bldg
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D A CASTLE
Alforneys af Law
404 406 Henderson Bank Bldg
Dr Harry M Gallagher, D D S
30l Henderson Bank Bldg
RUTH S BEAUTY Sl-TOP
Grlswold and Relnharf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offuces 205 208 Henderson Banl: Bldg
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ROOT BEER STAND
Phone 302 W Bfh and Idaho
CONGRATULAT ONS TO TT-'E
FLINT BEAUTY SHOP
ELKO O NEVADA
All Modern Convenlences
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VAN LEER AND HARRIMAN
CHRYSLER f PLYMOUTH
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Phone 92 EIITO Nevada
ELKO AUTO COURT
AII Modern CoHages
STEAM HEAT AND PRIVATE BATH
C W Paul
HARDWARE and MACHINERY
BEST WISHES GRADUATES
ELKO CAMP GROUND
Near FaIr Grounds
W A Shnson Co
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
526 CommercIaI Sfreef
THE CITYS NEW MUSIC CENTRE
WATERS XI ROSS
533 Suffer Sfreef an Francxsco
Top Values In FIne Planos by Reno ned Makers
Cornprehenslve Sfock of MusIc for Band
Orchesira Chorus and Solo Insirumenfs
Perfecf Repalr Work by Exper9 Arhsans
PROMPTNESS EFFICIENCY COURTESY
Bobs BowIIng Alleys
BEST WISHES TO YOU
HIIIam Cosfume Shop
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
HALE DRUG CO
ELKO 'k NEVADA
Nevada VUICBHIZIDQ Works
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Harry Lnpparellu Prop
THE LITTLE SHOP WITH THE me VALUES
SHELL SERVICE STATION
Paul Hanluns Prop
n Idaho Sireefs EIITo Nevada
J M CAPRIOLA
ELKO MOTOR SUPPLY CQ
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KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
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French Balcery and Foun'I'am
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ATTO RN EYS AT LAW
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