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THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF
Elko County l-llglw Sclwool
Stanley Mour Editor
Don Duffy Assistant Edrfor
Max Wlgnall Business Manager
Aaym Brennen SEEEEEESSEESSSSSSSEESEESSEmio-Edlfor
Two thousand years ago in the
httle Greek Island of Samothrace
was created the emblem of
WINGED VICTORY Throughout
the centunes thrs symbol has
we dedxcate th1S book 1n
hope that She may soon
speedy wmqs retum and rest
eternally m our great land
rested on many banners. To Her,
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Counlq H qlw School A D lSS'D A D l945
Through many trylng years the students and the tacultres of
the Elko Hrgh School and the people of Elko have worked struggled
and labored to make the school what lt IS today Thelrs IS a
struggle of whrch they can be proud for the school has rrsen from
a one-burldmg schoolhouse to a great educatronal rnstrtutton lt has
become one of the pace makers of the state educatronal system
Thxs year the Golden Annlversary of the Elko Hrgh School the
staif proudly and approprlately chooses as a theme for th1s Pohob
FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS commemoratrng the hltreth brrthday
of the Elko County Hrgh School
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1TopJ Five Horsemen . . . A WAC, A WAVE, A Marine . . . Hi Shorty!
iLowerJ Not Too Rough Boys . . . Gable or Hulery? . . . The Thinkers? . . . Gruesome Twosome . . . Guess Who?
. . . l:irstSemester
Student Body Assembly-Sept. 5.
Field Da and Senior-Freshman Get-to-gether
Initiation of Fireside Circle-Sept. 19.
Nominations for Yell Leaders-Sept. 21.
Band and Grchestra party-Sept. 22.
First issue of the Saga-Sept. 22.
Harvest Bali-Sept. 30.
Sophomore Class party--Oct. 7.
G.A.A. Formal dance-Oct. 13.
Second issue of Saga-Oct. 13.
End of first Grading Period-Oct. 20.
Junior Pay Dance-Oct. 20.
Report Cards handed out-Oct. 24.
Senior Assembly-Oct. 27
Senior Play, "Skidding"-Nov. 3.
Interclass Basketball Tournament-Nov.
Assembly for one act plays-Nov. 8.
Sadie Hawkins dance-Nov. 10.
Thanksgiving Festival-Nov. 18.
Thanskgiving Vacation-Nov. 23.
End ol second Grading Period-Dec. l.
Report Cards handed out-Dec. 5.
Senior Pay Dance-Dec. 9.
Christmas Vacation-Dec. 15.
Basketball game with Wells-lan. 5.
Assembly for Speaker, Mrs. Fitch-Ian. 8.
End of third Grading Period and First
Pep Assembly-Ian. 26.
Basketball game with Winnemucca-
Ian. 26 and 27.
Assembly for Speaker, Mr. Harris-lan. 29
Report cards handed out--Ian. 30.
CA EN DAR Second Semester
Basketball game w1th Ely Feb 2 and 3
Sentor Pay Dance Feb 3
Freshman Class Party Feb 24
Drstrxct Basketball Toarnament
March l 2 and 3
Block E Dance March 3
Dtstrtct Oratorlcal Contest March 7
Musical Fxrestde Recttal March 9
Fmrst Gradtnq Perxod Ends March 9
Report cards handed out March 13
All School Play Professor How Could
You' March 23
Iumor Prom March 24
Saga on sale-March 28
Easter Vacatlon Ma ch 29
A se'r spe re GllCVl lst Apr
Sentor Dttch Day April 5
M s Depa tment Pa ty Aprll 6
Varsity Show Aprll 20
Second Gradtnq Pertod Ends Aprxl
Report cards handed out Apr1l 24
lunlor Play May 18
Semor De Laur ola Banquet May
Memorxal Day Vacatton May 29
Semor Ball june 2
Baccalaureate EXGICISGS Iune 3
Commencement lune 6
Whitey the wut The Quartorbnck
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FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
President ot The United States oi Amenca
IOSEPH PLAZA Lieutenant
United State Army Arr Forces
IOSEPH I GREGORY Lreutenant
United States Army
MAURICE MCBRIDE Ensrqn
Umted States Naval Arr Forces
DONALD HENNEN Prrvate
United States Army
LARRY SWISHER Prrvate
United States Army
HARVEY IOHNSON Lreutenant
Unrted States Army Arr Forces
IERRY BARNES Private
Unrted States Army
RICHARD PRUNTY Lreutenant
bnrted States Army Arr Forces
CHARLES HINTON Pnvate
Umted States Army
PETE ETCI-IEPARE Private
Umted States Army
WAYNE WISE Serqeant
Umted States Army Arr Forces
Mxssrnq In Action
EDWARD BUTLER Lieutenant
United States Army Atr Forces
Mrssmq In Action
BLAINE WINES Prrvate
Umted States Army
Mtssrnq In Action
ADRIAN MARILUCH Prxvate
Umted States Army
Mxsstnq In Actmon
ELI PINTAR Ensrqn
United State Naval A
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This year, we, the students of
Elko High School, are indeed for-
tunate in having as principal a
mam with the ability to do well
the Job he has undertaken It 1S
he who aids us in solving the
perpetual social problems that
arise during our school years lt
is through his foresight that upon
our graduation we will be able
to go forth into society and con
quer and defeat any problems
that may arise To Mr Neil R
Iones newly inaugurated prmci
pal of Elko High School go our
best wishes for a prosperous and
successful term of office
NEIL R JONES Pmcupat
To the Class of 1945
Something hidden Go and find it
Go and look behind the Ranges
Something lost behind the Ranges
Lost and waiting for you Go
Since early in your grammar school days you have been preparing your
selves for the school year of which the the publication ot this book marks the close
you have planned has been reached and as you read this page you will be ready
to enter that phase of your life which will lead to adulthood and to maturity
The broad course of study which you have followed in high school has
been designed to do two things for you The first is to give you some knowledge
of the world its resources its limitations its governments its sciences and its voca
tions The second is to give you some knowledge of yourselves your capacities
and your abilities which will guide you in determining that phase of our complex
life you will best fit into
To the same extent that we have succeeded in the development of these
two aims and to the same extent that you have accepted your responsibility in the
mastery of your assignments you will succeed
The tact that you are about to graduate from this high school is an indica
tion that we have faith in your ability to originate cmd execute plans for your future
growth and development With our faith also go our kindest thoughts and our
sincere best wishes for your success
NEIL R JONES
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From your standpoint, the primary goal of which you have dreamed and for which
N EIL R. JON ES
J. H. GENNETTE
One of the most strenuous jobs in the
undertaking of our high school education
is that of the School Board. Their diffi-
' cult job, which has been made even more
difficult by wartime conditions, h again
been done zealously and ardently.
H. A. AGEE
Secretary to Principal
MRS. MILDRED B. STOUT
Girl s Xthletn s
Sponsor l GA
A Innersltw of L ax
Dnnersitx of Ltah Summer
Sponsor: Student Council.
B.A. Monmouth College.
University of Kansas.
Columbia Teacher' s College.
University of Chicago.
University of California.
University of VVa.shington.
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Sponsor A-.seinhly Irogram
tommittet I ngllsh
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Colorado State College f
Schutt hrasna School of Pro
B. A, Linfield College.
University of California..
University of Washington.
University of Southern Cali-
Music History Mathematics
Sponsor Assembly Program
B A Arizona State Teachers
University of Arizona
Brigham Young University
University of Utah
M a n u al Arts, Mechanical
Sponsor: Welfare Committee.
B. S. Kansas State Teacher's
Kansas State Teachefs Col-
legre, Pittsburg, Kansas.
University of Missouri.
Sponsorz Executive Commit-
Wisconsin State Teacher's
University of VVisconsln.
University of Vvyomlnfz.
Teachers' University of Busi-
Sponsllr, Vik-lfzire C'ommit ee
ILS. lvfllVL'l'Fllj' of Nz-vudm
Univcrsity of Utah.
S o 1' i al Science, American
Sponsor: De Laureola,
B. A., M. A. College of Pa-
University of California.
Sponsor Welfare Commlttee
A lmxersltx uf Illin
Lmversxty of Nuxda
Sponsor Block E
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I nnerslty of ialxfornla
LIIIVEFSIIS of Southern Call
Sponsor: Student Council, Ep-
silon Sigma Chi.
B. A., M. A. University of
Eastern Montana Teacher's
Oklahoma Northeastern State
Sponsor Sage-bruxlx Saga
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ube our able chlef executive
dld swell job friend of everyone
hat still fits his head really a swell
JAMES WRIGHT Student Body President
Our student body officers Iames Wriqht president Lorraine Paoletti vlce
president Iune Davidson secretary and Rosle Iayo treasurer have worked hard to
serve the student body who elected them in May of 1944 Throuqh their excellent
leadership and management of school affairs, better school spirit has been developed
and school activities are looked upon with more enthusiasm They have served the
student body well and have made this school year one which will never be forqotten
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Lor czme hard work nq vxce 1 relclent
hell ed lun C1 lot hel od mmm ill yen suc
always on Job
worked hard well lxked by
JUNE DAVIDSON Secretary
Rosie kept track of schools money
carried heavy job on her shoulders always
smiling well llked by everyone
ROS I E JAYO Treasurer
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Granting student body awards, electing a Poliob editor, and making
necessary changes in the school constitution are all a day's work for this
committee. Consisting of our student body officers, the four class presidents,
and two representatives from each class, this group is untorgettable for the
pleasure they have brought about in school this year.
tstandingl Ray Scott, Alvln McCuistion, Josephine Urlarte, Barbara Kennedy, Bob Lynch, Betty Deiweiler, Ruth Merrian,
Chris Hernandez, Richard Harmer. tSeaiedJ Bob McFarlane, Rosie Jayo, James Wright., Lorraine Paoletti, June
Davidson, Jerry Sullivan, Danny Evans.
fStandnngJ Jerry Sulluvan June Davidson Ray Scott
James Wrlqht Lor-rame Paolettl Rosie Jayo
Thls qroup 1S the qovemmq body of the school They arrange the
calendar of school events and are ln charge of all campus actxvxtres durmq
the year Student Body Presrdent Wrlqht presxded over the commxttee wh1ch
is composed of our student body officers and the presxdenls of each class
Mr Iones sponsored ihe group
anny Evans Bob McFarlane iseatedy Mass
Assembly Program Committee
The duties ot this committee are preparing and carryinq out a com-
plete and accurate assembly calendar, and arranqinq assemblies and enter-
tainrnent for the school year. The Executive Committee, the vice president of
each class and two sponsors comprise this orqanization.
CStandingJ Jerry Sullivan,
Jayo, James Wright,
Bob McFarlane, Don Duffy, Richard Williams. 1SeatedJ Douglas McVae, Ray Scott
Lorraine Paoletti, June Davidson, Carmen Gregory, Danny Evans.
Prornotmq qood w1l1 cmd he1,.1nq new students crcqucunt themselves
wlth the school are the Chlef dutres of thrs group Representatives from eczch
class crre crppomted by the student body pres1dent to serve on thts commtttee
Through the work of thxs comrnrttee Elko Hrqh School has become known czs
one of Nevczdcxs most noted hosts
CStandmgb Patrlcla De Groat Rosle Jayo John Patterson Gedney Gallagher Shlrley Keller June Davidson Lorrame
h Ad J Wrl ht Mrs
Paolettl Gene Wunderluch fseatedj Tom Smales Vernon George Mlss Golcoec ea Q vnsorj ames g
Wnlllarns QAUVISOFJ Beverly Berger
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Lorraine Paoletti, Alvln McCuistion, .lames Wright, June Davidson,
Donna Galllard, Bob Lynch.
A new student government committee, organized this year, Whose
duties are mainly to count
posed of three student body
student body president.
The second new student govern-
ment body organized this year is
the Music Committee. Supervising
all musical activities carried on dur-
inq the year, it is composed of repre-
sentatives of the Band, Orchestra and
the Glee Club.
votes during any student election. It is com-
officers, and three representatives picked by the
Yvonne Sanslnena, Ida Bess Sanderson, Alvin McCuistion,
Adele Mahan, Max Wlgnali.
STANLEY MOUR Edliol'
MAX WIGNALL Buelneu Manager
DON FIELDS Alslltant Edlior
Prmtmq a yearbook durmq a war proved almost tmposslble
all might emoy At tunes thmqs looked very dark and 1f 1t were
not for Mr Parent our sponsor thxs book mtqht have never reached
you Many thanks qo also to Dorothy Gennette Henry Samper and
Don Peterson w1thout whose help th1s book could never have been
fSeatedJ Max Wlgnall Don Fnelda Stanley Mour Mr Parent 4AdvlaorJ Alyn
Brennan fstnndlngj Adele Mahan Shlrley Keller Theo Henry Evelyn
Lopez Carroll Wmen Lorralne Paolettl Gene Wunderllch Bob Lynch
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Gene Anderson fvuce PFCSIUCHQQ Coach Weaver fSpon
aorj Manford Glock LPresndentJ Vernon George
Block E an honorary athletrc socrety under
sponsorshrp of Coach Weaver had a very successful
year They were rn charqe of the Freshmen Freld
Day and the rnterclass basketball tourncrment cmd
put on a very successful dance durrnq the zone rouma
ment Maniord Glock presldent and Gene Anderson
VICG presrdent left for the armed forces leavrnq thelr
Jobs to Vemon George secretary
JAMES WRIGHT VERNON GEORGE
MAN FORD GLOCK, Prelldoni
Dorothy Gennette fPresidentJ, Teruko Oki fVice
Presidentl, Mile Bowers CAdvisorj. P
The Pep "E" added much life and variety to the basketball ,
games this year by entertaininq during the halves. They put on a 5
number of excellent pep assemblies, and all were enjoyed by the g
DOROTHY GENNETTE, President
lstandlngj Leora Harris, Dorothy Garteiz, Joy Stod-
dard, Rosalie Enke, Doris Kennedy, Betty
Getz. 1KneeIIngl Frances Rose, LaVon Shelton,
Gorothy Gennette, Evelyn Lopez, Donna Maa-
sle, June Davidson.
entire student body. Officers of the club were: Dorothy Gennette, 3
president: Teruko Oki, scribe: and Miss Bowers, sponsor. l
istandlngj lda Bees Sanderson, Teruko Oki, Ruth l
Rickenbach, Ruth Merr-Ian, Shirley Keller, l
Alice Olavarrla. fKneellngl Rolie Jayo, Billy Q
Rae Peters, Mary Peters, Peggy Morne, Ethel L
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De Laureola IS an honorary hlstory SOCIETY open to
all who have an average of B m h1SYOI'Y and an average of
erqht honor pomts for each semester m school They had
charge of the Saga the school paper and thelr Sadxe Haw
kms Day Dance was tops
Donorr-lv au RN ER President
Lstandmgl Teruko Ok: John Patterson John Bnegler Mr Malls fAdVISOI', Don Fields Bob Lynch Jerry Sul
llvan fseatedp Roaalue Enke, Dorls Kennedy Dorothy Burner Rosle Jayo
Dorothy Gartelz fTreasurerl, Dorothy Gennette fVlC0 Presl
dentj Mun Bowen Ukdvlnory Alice Gablola Csecretaryj,
La.Von Shelion CHealth Offlcery
Thxs group lS composed of all qxrls mterested m
athletics They have competitive indoor spods, and put
G A A on a girls lnterclass tournament They also put on an
excellent formal dance at the beqinnlnq of the school
year Miss Bowers ls the groups sponsor
Roaahe Enke Teruko Ok: Frances Rose, Doris Kennedy Theo Henry, Bnllne Rae Peters Evelyn Lopez Rome Jayo Lor
ralne Paolettl, Allce Gablola, Leora Harris, Dorothy Gennette Dorothy Burner
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fTop rowj Kneola Woolverton, Betty Yates, Dorothy
Garteiz, Dolores Bena. Csecond rowj Marjorie
Montrose, Vlrginia Overton, Mar-jory Aguirre,
LaVon Shelton, Lea Glaser. 1Bottom rowp Ruth
Merrian, June Davidson, Betty Getz, Donna Mas-
sie. The Junior team won the interclass cham-
pionship in both basketball and volley-ball.
fTop rowj Wanda Banks, Doris Quilici, Lois Torger-
son, Dorothy Hulery. fsecond rowl Dorothy Ber-
ruetta, Opal Smithwick, Donna Gaillard, Beverly
Bell. CBottom rowb Alta Rickenbach, Shirley
Combs, Josephine Uriarte, Betty Perry.
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rowi Irons Gorham, LaVerno Kern, Roberta
Knight, Lucille Heaton, Patricia DeGnoat, Marllyn
Manoa, Gwynn Morgan, Nancy Badt, LaVerna
Crosson. fSeeond rowj Rita Zunino, Betty Jane
Kendall, Betty Lou Bowera, Barbara Kennedy,
Marjorie Yohn, Betty Gabiola, Adelina Vasquez,
Elsie McKnight., Marilyn Maseie, Shirley Hunts-
man. fBottom rowj Rosalie Berkowitz, Irene
Meaeerly, Blodwen Smith, Lola Overton, Peggy
Lower, Eleanor Rodriguez, Rosemarie Hawkins,
Betty Jones, Patricia Hunzicker.
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Sponsormq the annual Harvest Ball and qivinq
several faculty teas were some of the many acttvities
enioyed by this qroup Under Miss Goicoechea their
sponsor, they also enjoyed a number of bowling parties
and pxcnlcs Membership ts open to all Home Economxcs
Qstandinqy Eleanor Rodriguez Patrlcls De Groot, Betty Jones, Cecllla Maretoll,
Peggy Morse, Evelyn Lopez, Msrjorce Yohn, LaVerne Crosson Mlss Gol
coeches fsponsorj Wanda Banks, Dorothy Berrueta, Catherme Hlnton,
Gwynn Morgan Dons Qullvcn Theo Henry fSestedt Alta Rlckenbach
Rosemarie Hawkms Marulyn Msssle Rosle Jayo, Shirley Combs Mary Aluca
Jardme Betty Lou Bowers Shnrle Huntsman Glorls Stoddard Maddllne
Morse Roberta Kmght, LaVel-ne ern Rlta Zunlno, Josephlne Urlarte
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DON DU FFY
Epsilon Sigma Chl
Newest of the school orqdnlzomons s Epsllon
Slqmcx Ch1 the scxence club They mee. the lxrsl and
thlrd Mondczys of each month under sponsorshxp of Mr
Rowe Don Duffy IS presxdent Teruko Okl vlce presx
dent cmd Bob Lynch IS secretory
CTop rowj Ball Bartlett Mnlton Badt John Patterson, George
Hanks, John Tewell Frank Peters fSecond rowb Maru
lyn Manca, Nancy Badt Rosalle Berkowltz, Marilyn
Patterson, Marllyn Maasne Mae Gregory LSeatedJ Lee
McCulstlon, Don Peterson, Rlchard Herberth George
Boucher, Tom Smales
row! Jack Murphy, Don Duffy Stanley Mour, Gedney
Gallagher fSecond row! George Ogllvle Ferne Peters,
Mary Peters, CCCIIIB Maretoll Catherlne Hinton M
Rowe qAdvleorJ Qseatedl Allce Bartlett Ruta Zunmo,
Teruko Okl, Betty Perry, Beverly Bell
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Assistant Editor Art Director
Sponsored by De Laureola, and under the super-
vision of Miss Whitnack, the Saqa dispensed novel news
and clever quips for the student body. Dorothy Burner
did the editing, with Rosalie Enke and Teruko Oki as
DOROTHY BURNER, Editor
fstandingj Evelyn Lopez, Don Duffy, Fances Rose, Teruko Oki, Theo Henry, Jerry Sullivan, Dorothy Gartelz, June
Davidson, John Patterson, Bob Lynch, John Biegler. iseatedj Rosalie Enke, Dorothy Burner, Mlss Whltnack
iAdvisorp, Rosie Jayo, Doris Kennedy.
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The Elko High School Band under their new
director, Mr. Furr, had a very successful year. They
put on the annual Thanl-csqiving Festival, and presented
a spring concert. Each was greatly enjoyed by the pub-
lic. Until the army called, Don Fields was president,
and now the job is being handled successfully by Alvin
ELKO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Appeczrrnq rn cn least srx acts ol school plays enmles one to wear the
Enqhsh E Thus rs Q dlffrcult honor to obtorn The group has no ofhcers and
Mr Brome rs sponsor
Bob Lynch iseatedl Catherlne Zunmo Evelyn Lopez Lorraine Paolettl Gedney Gallagher, Rosalie En e
Yvonne Sansanena June Davidson
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Carrymq on from last year the Pep Band had
a fruttful season lt ts dlrected by Mr Furr and the
members are selected from the Concert Band Thus
qroup played dunnq the basketball qames and enter
tamed at assembltes They also put on a most amustnq
Varsity Show m cooperatlon wtth the Pohob
MR FURR Director
C8tandmgJ Mr Furr qDIrectorl Adele Mahan Nllea Storee Edward Hank: Betty Lou
Bowers, Lee MCC!-IIIQIOH Rtchard Wllllame LeRoy Cunmngham Shurley Keller,
Alvln McCuIatlon Charlea Perry Tom Smalea fseatedb Beverly Bell Lola Over
ton, Max Wlgnall Don Fuelda, Patrucla Hunzlcker Laverne Crouon, Betty Getz,
Danny Evana, Donna Gaulard Betty Perry
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for the publrc and has entertaxned durxnq several plays
qrven by the drarnatlcs department They also had
several Musrcal F1res1des and numerous partres whlch
were emoyed by all
MILTON BADT President
Hunzlcker, LaVerne Crosson Adele Mahan, Nancy Badt, Shlrley Keller
1Second rowy Mae Gregory, Betty Lou Bowers Patricia De Groat Alvin
McCunstlon, Charles Perry Donna Galllard Betty Perry, Dick Williams,
Beverly Bell fLast rowj Lee McCulstlon, LeRoy Cunnmgham, Niles Stores,
LaVon Shelton, Ida Bess Sanderson, Mr Furr, QDlrectorj
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Adding life and color to the marching band were
the majorettes. They put on intricate maneuvers during
halves at the basketball garnes, and added color to the
pep assemblies by performing their stunts. The group
was headed by Ida Bess Sanderson, lead maiorette.
IDA BESS SANDERSON
Alta Rlckenbach, Betty Perry, Dorothy Garteiz, Ida Bees Sanderson, Dolores
Bena, Betty Lou Bowers, Shirley Combs.
Entertalntnq the public and school was the
chief job of this larqe qroup of girls. Under Mr. Furr's
direction the glee club contributed to the Thanksqxvtnq
Festrvczl the Varszty Show cmd many other performances
with a great deal of success
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
RUTH RICKENBACH Preaxdent
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Altnouqh handtcapped by the war
Coach Weaver S1111 managed to brxnq
hxs team to vtctory In thls he was ably
unttl lacks departure to the Navy Ray
GOICOQ then took over and qave a very
MR WEAVER Athletic Coach
RAY GOICOA JACK SMALES
Senior Manager Sensor Manager
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The basketball season l.h1S year slarfed wrth a dark out
look Elko was handed three defeats by Vlfhrte Pxne and one by
Winnemucca We soon recovered however and were runner up
team mn the Eastern Zone Tournament At the State Tournarnent at
Las Vegas we defeated the powerful Stewart lnclxans and succeed
ed in QG11'11I'1q the consolatxon pnze
fStandlngJ Max Wlgnall Bull Hlggmu Coach Weaver Edward Johnson Joe Berrueta James
Wrnghts Qrinaellngj Gene Wundorhch Maurice Marlluch Martm Hachquet Gene Anderson
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State Tournament, E1ko's Sophomore guard, Bill Hig-
gins, was named on the all-state team. Both he and the ,
rest of the team deserve a great deal of credit for the Gund
showing they made.
QBottom row, loft to right! Martin Hachquet, Guardg Joe Berrueta, Forward: BIII Smates, For-
ward: Max Wignall, Forward.
IBNUAHY 5-Wells 25. Elko 42.
Meeting Wells for their first game ol the
season, Elko came through with flying colors.
Playing smooth ball all the way, the lndzans
were able to defeat the Leopards with compara-
JANUARY 12-Carlin 20. Elko 35.
Leading up to the third quarter, the Rails
roaders, showing fine style, were not able to
check Elko's brilliant rally, staged in the third
quarter. Although they fought hard, they were
not able to make the "grade", and were defeat-
ed fifteen points.
IANUARY 19-White Pine 53. Elko 32.
Elko invaded Ely for a two game series.
Meeting a determined squad of Bobcats, the
Elko boys met a hard defeat. Never once
threatened, the Ely squad trounced Elko 21
IANUARY 20-White Pine 44, Elko 26.
Bitter from their defeat the night before, Elko
staked a comeback but were turned back by
White Pine. Playing hard all the way, Elko still
could not come up to the highly-rated Bobcats,
and when the final hom sounded, Elko had met
their second defeat of the season.
IANUARY 26-Wlnnemucca 32, Elko 52.
Meeting their friendly rivals on our home
Alice Glblola, Lorraine
court, Elko was able to defeat Winnemucca with
comparative ease. Although the score was
tied up to the third quarter, Elko pulled away
from their rivals, snowing them under 20 points.
Paolottl QHGIUI, Dolores Bona
Adding pep and stamina
to the cheering section this
year were Lorraine Paoletti,
cheer leader, Alice Gabiola
and Dolores Bena, assistant
cheer leaders. Much credit
is due to these girls for their
building of a great school
spirit this year.
IANUARY 27--Winnemucccx 33, Elko 26.
Returning the second night of the series,
Winnemucca staged a brilliant comeback. Tak-
ing the spotlight at the second halt, they defeated
the lndians to the tune of 33 to 26.
FEBRUARY 2-White Pine 49, Elko 54.
Playing host to the White Pine team, the
Elko hoopmen played smooth and brilliant ball.
A close game all the way, Elko was able to
obtain a lead in the fourth quarter and keep it.
Desperately trying to catch Elko, White Pine
was downed by a smooth, accurate Elko team,
FEBRUARY 3-White Pine 53, Elko 45.
Smarting from their defeat the ,night before.
White Pine, exceedingly accurate in their shots,
walked over a tired team of Indians. Twine
hard, Elko was never able to catch their rivals,
and the game resulted tn a defeat tor Elko.
FEBRUARY 9-Carlin 23, Elko 47.
Carlin invaded Elko, meeting a hard and
determined Elko squad. At the peak of the
season, the Railroaders met a hard defeat at the
hands of Elko.
FEBRUARY 10-Wells 17, Elko 43.
ln a one-sided game, the Wells Leopards
were beaten by Elko. Losing their lead in the
second quarter they were lost. With Manford
Glock high-point man, the Indians rode on to
smooth victory. -
FEBRUARY 16-Wlnnefmucca 24. Elko 31.
Winding up their regular basketball season
with a two game series with Winnemucca, Elko
pinned the Buckaroos seven points in a close,
hard fought game.
FEBRUARY 17-Wlnnomucca 29. Elko 46.
Not able to check the accuracy and cool-
ness shown by Elko, Winnemucca suffered a
second defeat in a two-qarne series, 29 to 46,
a game much closer than the score would in-
MARCH l-Winnemucca 32. Elko 62.
Meeting Winnemucca in their first game of
the Eastern Zone Toumament, the Indians dis-
played championship form rolling over the
Buckaroos. By virtue of this win, Elko qualified
for the State Tournament in Las Vegas.
MARCH 3-White Pino 50. Elko 31.
White Pine upset the highly touted Indians
in the championship game of the tournament.
Although a close game, Elko was never able to
catch their opponents, and White Pine rode on
to capture the Zone Title.
MARCH 15-Reno 50, Elko 20.
Drawing Reno for the first game of the
State Tournament, Elko was outrated from the
start. The boys put up a splendid fight, but
bowed to a powerful Huskie team. Elko now
qualified to play in the consolation semi-finals.
MARCH 16-Hawthorne 27, Elko 48.
Hitting a fast pace, the Indians turned back
the Serpents, and held a substantial lead
throughout. This win placed Elko in the conso-
MARCH 17-Stewart 33. Elko 34.
Elko met the highly rated Stewart Indians
in the consolation finals. A close game all the
way, the sounding of the ftnal horn showed a
tie score. An overtime period was necessary.
and during the period, Anderson, Elko forward,
dropped a free throw, giving consolation honors
The Senior Outlaws won the interclass basket-
ball trophy after u hard-fought battle with the Iuniors.
Kstandlngl Ray Merkeley, Ray Brower, Vernon George, Jack Smalea, Edward Hanks, Paul Vlzina, Henry
Aguirre, Carroll Wines. 1Kneollngj Jerry Sulllvan, James Ford, Maurice Marlluch, Max Wignall, Gene
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WHATS WRONG, OH, NOH!!
Nancy Bad! 4Secretary-Treasureri, Chrla Hernandez Uhpreoentl
tivej, Danny Evans QP:-enldentj, Richard William: 1Vica
Preaidentb, Barbara Kennedy Uieprenentatlvey.
The ireshmen entering school last fall under the sophomore
yoke returned on Field Day the hazing given t.hem by the sopho-
mores. They had a very nice class party in the gym, and are
anxiously awaiting their picnic. Martin Hachquet, the only freshman
of the basketball team, had a very outstanding season. Officers for
the year were: Danny Evans, president: Richard Williams, vice
president: Nancy Badt, secretary-treasurer: and Chris Hernandez
and Barbara Kennedy, representatives.
CStandmgj Marjorie Yohn Bill Wright, Jennie Tewell, Adelina Vas-
quez Dan Wright Gloria Stoddard. lKnouIingl Jack Smith,
Blodwen Smith James Salla, Rita Zunlno.
fStandingJ Don Peterson, Eleanor
Rodriguez, Elizabeth Finny, Bar-
bara Metxler, Jacqueline Pender.
Richard Rodriguez. 4KneeIlngJ Thel-
ma Peters, Marilyn Patterson, Lola
Overton, Gwynn Morgan, Patricia
Robertson, Irene Meuerly.
BOYS flefft to rlghty Bill Bartleti,
Vernon Chapin, George Boucher,
Wally Cukey, Ray Barainca, Guy
Aguirre, Norman Brown, George
GIRLS Cleft to righty Alice Bartlett,
Rosalie Berkowitz, Donna Barkdull,
Nancy Badt, Betty Lou Bowers,
Nelson Prentice, Dlck Williams, Doug.
las Savage, Frank Peters, Charles
Sweetwood, Louie Urilrte, Leland
Rood, Robert Sautter, Tom Smales.
Leslie McDermott, Cecilia Maretoli.
Marilyn Manca, Laverne Kern.
Roberta Knight, Don Lesbo, Elsie
McKnight. Barbara Kennedy, Mari-
lyn Massie, Peggy Lower, Lee Mc-
f8ack row! Lee Griswold, Mae Gree-
ory, Betty Jane Kendall, Lucile
Heaton, Floeemarle Hawkins, Bill
Hazlett, Richard I-lerberth. U-'ront
rowj Richard Hazen, Chrle Hernan-
dez, Dick Jardine, Shirley Huntl-
man, Betty Jones, Patrlcla Hun-
xlcker, Martin Hachquet.
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'Wi Jerry Forbes.
Bob Ernaut, Betty Gabiola, Roy Fra-
tlni, Danny Evans, Rosemarie Front-
zen, Patricia DeGroat, Jack Eck-
V man, Gary George, Irene Gorham,
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Tho szoplioriiciivm' made this year
an cnioyahlf- cn--. They were rep-
resented in fill s 'liool affairs. The-ir
fgariilzfiiizfe ici' HQ.r'.'e:-' Ball Queen,
losze Uriarte, won by a maiority
of votes. Bill Hiciqins. the sopho-
more basketball star, made all-
state. Their class party was a
great success, and the beating
they handed the freshmen on
"Field Day" was out of this world.
Their officers were: Ray Scott,
president: Douglas McVae, vice
president Doris Qxzilici, secretary-
treasurer: losie Uriarte and Rich-
ard Harrner, representatives. This
is the class to keep your eyes on,
they will make Elko High proud of
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fstandingj Don Anderson, Dorothy Berrueta, Wsnda fstandingy LeRoy Cunningham, Donna Gaillard, Bill
Banks, clara Bllbatl, Frank clawson, Roy aw- Hisalns, Catherine Hinton, Harry Burner, Hal
klne. fseatedj Beverly Berger, Shirley Combs, Fields. 1SeatedD Gary Hyde, Richard Harmer,
Beverly Bell, Mary Alice Jardine, John Barnes. Bud Getz.
fBack rowj Jack Murphy,
Charles Perry, Bill Pierce,
QFront rowb Edwin Juln-
ger, Maddline M o r I ef
Betty P e r r y, France!
Nicholson, Kiku Matsu-
moto, Paul Messerly.
CStandlngQ Bob Larson. fslttingj
George Ogllvie, Ferne Peters, Doro-
thy Shangle, Dorothy Hulery, Lois
Torgerson, Alta Rickenbach, Earl
Smiraldq, Patricia Thomas.
fBack row! .Willard Oliver, Wayne
Sheldon, Niles Storrl, Dori: Qulllci.
lFront rowj Joeephlne Urlarte
Opal Smithwick, Donald Prunty. '
fBack r-owj Lee Scott., Douglas Mcvae,
Charles Perry. fFr-ont rowJ Erwin
Vaughn, BIII Perry, Ray Scott.
DON DU FFY
The well represented class of '46 was one of the most active in school
They almost won the mterclass basketball trophy, bemg defeated by the seniors
by only a few pomls Thexr Prom, "Don't Fence Me In," was one of the most out
standing ever seen at Elko Hxqh They had a fine class party and picnic, and,
under the leadershxp of Pres1dent Bob McFarlane, Vice President Don Duffy, Secre-
tary treasurer Ida Bess Sanderson, and Representahve Alvin McCu1stlon, thzs class
has had an unforqettable year
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CARM EN GREGORY
This class surprised everyone including 1tse1f by bemg so successful in
whatever lt attempted Ftrst of all the senxors began the year by giving the suc
cessful get to-gether dance Next was the delightful comedy Skldding T e
senior assembly leit everyone rolling in e a1sles In sports tlns group also show
ed proficxency It won the mterclass basketball trophy cmd covered ttseli with
glory in the interclass track meet The Senior Ball was a magnificent success and
tt amazed everyone with tts beauty Several of this group were called into the
armed forces Manford Glock Gene Anderson Iack Srnales Ray Merkley Ken
neth Parkmson Iasmes Ford Don F1elds Ben Lesbo Carroll W1nes and Fred Wood
We wish these boys all the luck ln the world and know they wxll do well in thelr
new job Untirmg ofhcers led the class of 45 lerry Sullivan presxdent Carmen
Gregory vice pres1dent Dons Kennedy secretary treasurer and Representatwes
Bob Lynch and Betty Detwexler
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Xarsity Baqketball 2 4
Track 1 2 3 4 Lnited States
Army Air Fortes 4 tranefer
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Freside Circle 1 2 3
GAA 1 2 3 4 Masque and
Gavel 4 Glee Club 3 Band
1 No Mind of Her Own 3
V rsit Basketball 4 Track 'S
3 4 FFA 1 2 Secretary 2
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1"UIllIIllll4'f: 4: Student Coun-
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Committee 4: lilevtion Board
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hwli Stuff 41 Ire Lzlureola 3,
4: Sztuxi Slflfl' -4: Enulisli "IC"
42 "Nu Mind of lil-r Own" 33
"Skirl+ling" 41 'Trofcssnr How
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Student Bodv Treasurer 'S
Class Representatlxe 2 Exe
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Council 2 3 Welfare Com
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Committee 3 De Laureola 4
P 1 I 3 4 Fireside Circle
1 2 3 4 president 4 sece
Girls Xarsity 3 Saga Staff
4 War Bond Queen 2
Xflrsity Baelxetball 4 Track
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Block "E" 4: Vamlty Bas-
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Track 3, 45 "No Mind of Her
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Varsity Basketball 3 4 Track
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Fireside Clrcle 1
Orchestra 1 A Glee Club 1
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Lmtcd btates Xaxy 4
Student body treasurer 4
Student Council 4 Vlelfare
Committee 4 Assembly Pro
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Commlttee4 Scholarship E
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34 vlce president 2 GAA
1234 Vlrls Yarsity 3 Saga
Staff 3 4
Student Body President 4
Executive Commxttee 4 Stu
dent Councll 2 4 Welfare
Committee 4 Election Board
4 Assembly Program Com
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2 Block l 3 4 Pohob
Staff 4 Xetrslty Basketball
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Block E 4 Pohoh Staff 4
Varsnty Basketball 3 4 Track
2 3 4 Saga. Staff 2
Glee Club 2 3 4 transfer
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Class Representatuve 4 Stu
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Board 4 Scholarshlp E 'i
Saga. Staff 3 4 De Laureola
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Flreslde Circle 1
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Bandl 2 3 4 Pep Band4
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Welfare Committee 4 Block
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Committee 13 Assembly Pm-
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Council 1: Music Committee
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Staff 31 B'md 1 2 3, 43 Presi-
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Argonaut Staff 2 Band
3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Pep
Band 3 4 Varsity Show 3 4
Pohob Staff 3 4 Assistant
editor 3 Editor 4 Saga Staff
1 2 Epsilon Sigma Chi 4
Varsity Basketball 1 3 4
Track 1 2 3 4 Junior Prom
Committee 3 Band 1 3 4
Orchestra 1 3 4 Glee Club
3 Varsity Show 3 4 chair
man 4 Electrician Wooden
Class secretary 4: De Lau-
reola 2, 3, 4, vice president
4: Pep "E" 3, 4: Saga Staff
3, 4: "Skldding" 4.
BILLIE RAE PETERS
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debt thdt we wxll be uh id It 1 df only by becommq qood Qmzene
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SENIOR FRESHMAN GET TO GETHER DANCE
The students of Elko Hlqh School clwcrys wcnt with
D expectancy for the cmnucxl F1eld Day upper and lower class
men crhke The Freshmen returned some of the bad tlme the
Sophomores handed them dunnq xnmcuon but the Sophs
mcmaqed io wm the honors of the day after cr hard fought tug
of wcrr The dcry was topped off by the Senior Freshmen
qetto-qether dance cr great success cmd Q qood stcxrt for the
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Members of De Laureolcz worked hczrd th1s yecrr to put on
U really good dance Although there wcrs no beard qrowmq con
test as m the post the surprrses qood mus1c and refreshments more
than made up for thls and C111 who attended went home hred but
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Left, MARTIN HACHQUET
Bottom left, GALE HYDE
A new feature was added to the Ball this
year. Not only was a queen chosen, but a
king also. The candidates were chosen and
elected in the same manner as was the queen.
By popular vote of the studenis attending the
dance, Gene Anderson, senior candidate, was
Chosen kinq. Games and refreshments added
'to the success of this dance.
This yeczr, os in yeors before, the Fire-
side Circle presented the Horvest Boll. Eczch
closs elected o ccmdidcxte for queen, ond she
was voted upon cmd crowned ot the dcmce.
Iosie Uriczrte, sophomore candidate, was elect-
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JOSEPHINE URIARTE, Queen
Top right, ROSIE JAYO 1
Bottom right, .,
MARILYN MASSIE if
Bottom Iefi, oom.oRes BENA XM-'
John Patterson, Jerry Sullivan, Charles Perry, Catherine Zunino, Betty Jonel.
The all-school play, "Professor, How Could You!" told the amusing story
a college professor who had the offer of becoming dean of the college - ii he were
married within three days. Nelson Prentice played the professor, with Catherine
ay Zunino, Ierry Sullivan, Betty Lou Bowers, Yvonne Sansinena, Charles Perry, Loi
Torgerson, and Betty lones in the supporting roles. Mr. Brome directed the play.
Lois Torgerson, Patricia Hunzicker, Yvonne Sanllnenn, Jerry Sullivan, Nelson Prentlce, Catherine Zunino, Charles
Perry, Gary Hyde, Betty Lou Bowers, George Atwood.
Rosalle Enke Lorraine Paolettl Dorothy Burner Theo Henry Ray Brewer, Gone Anderson
The semor play Skrddrng was the story of the typ1cal small town farnrly
It told the story of a Judge up for re electron defeauna all the pohtrcal graft Thrs
play was humorous and yet had a human sxde Very much emoyed by the pubhc
the play cast mcluded Gene Anderson Don Frelds Ierry Sulhvan Ray Brewer Fred
Wood Lorrame Paolettr Frances Rose Rosahe Enke Dorothy Burner ana Theo Henry
Frances Rose Jerry Sullivan Lorraune Paolettl Rosalie Enke Theo Henry Ray Brewer Dorothy Bur
ner Fred Wood Gene Anderson Don Flelds
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Dorothy Hulery, Peggy Morse, Frances Rose.
Leora Harris, Ray Brewer.
The first of two oneuct pldys qiven by the
drcmcztics class was "Nobody Sleeps", the story
of cz qdnqster' who tries to rob ct house only to be
cmtdqonized by or crazy family. The second, "My
Lcxte Espoused Saint", is the story of CI college pro-
fessor who dies and comes bcrck to life. Both of
these provided much entertainment for the whole
student body. The cost of the pldys included
Frcmces Rose, Dorothy Hulery, Rory Brewer, Peggy
Morse, Leorcr Harris, Fred Wood, Yvonne Somsin-
encr, Catherine Zunino, Pcrul Vizincr.
Dorothy Hulery, Ray Brewer
Fred Wood Yvonne Sansmena
Catherine Zunino, Yvonne Sanslnena
Thxs years Iumor Prom Dont Fence Me In proved to be cz qrecxt
success Under Alyn Brennen chmrmczn the Iumors put on cr
never to-be forgotten Prom
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WHAT CAN YOU DO?
That que hon rs a Icnocl out to tru. fellow woo rs not
trarned to do ons th nq and do rt tco In t r than others
the fellow who qets alonq rn the world The Heald tra nmq
makes you a chrn upper th chm up, er succeeds rn I te
Heald Busmess College and Secretarial School
K Street at I4th Street Sacramento Cahfornra
Wnte io: mformcrhon Enroll at cmy hme
I F Sterner Manager H nry C Scranton Prrncrpal
OTHER HEALD SCHOOLS San Francrsco Oakland Sem lose
Healds Enqmeermq School San Francrsco
C ASS OFI 5
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
. ' .L- "' .' 1 S 'I '
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line of work. The fellow who is trained from his "chin-up" is
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let Us all resolve 0 do everytlnung IH
our power to hasten the wars end And
after vlctory keep steadfast the Annencan
:deal ot llberty for all
NEWTON CRUMLEY, SR
NEWTON H CRUMLEY, IR PETE WALTERS,
'l.'vl'lf'JSt tgtailllat an rneans tlle Vveanng
at a un tcfnn etlr slncere best vjslsfs
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ElK0 STEAM EAUNDRY
6. DRY CEEANING
FIEST Class Work
We Call and Del ver
Phone 354 Elko Nevada
H C STEVENS E0
Pnces That Wlll Please
ELKO NEWS STAND
327 Frith St eel
Maqaz es Book Ne spape
Stalo ery Ofhce Suppl s
Phone 317 P O Box 317
SPROUSE REITZ E0
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TO THE CUXSS OF IQ!-I5
GENERAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS
A. W. HESSON C0
E lTl.E SHOP VVI
Blu VMM BUTLER MORTUARY
Telephone 307 Elko Nevada
C W PAUL
Telephone lOl Elko Nevada
Olv PLT JTFNIS OF
CHAMPION MOTOR CO
Elko Nevada STUDEBAKER
Parhes and Banquet
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Pnone 648W S F W1nchell Mar
Phone 430 540 Idaho Street Sxxth and Idaho Streets Elko Nevada
MEATS GROCERIES PHONE 36
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MOUNTAIN CITY .dAIZ5QlDf E,
0 DEEP CFZEEK
DEETH . OASIS
IN were oovzv.
Q XVEI LAN o
COUNTY F9 X
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k lko Lounty IS the second l'lrgest ln the State and tlllrd largest ln the Unlted States It
embraces an arm equal to the comblned states of Connectlcut Delaware Rhode Island
1nd New ersey It IS one of the rlchest agrlcultural COUHUCS ln the natlon havlng
sexeral tlmes ranked first ln the natlon ln the lalue of IIS products Formerly 'ln lm
portant mlllllls reglon wlth such camps as Tusc'lrora Cornucopla Mld8S Sprucemont
Xurcl Columbla Mountaln Clty and arbldge at the present tlme Mountaln Clty IS
the boom mlnlng town of Nevada Its mlner'll productlon IS stlll of conslderable
lmportance In the Ruby DIIOUDIHIDS the largest and most rugged mountaln mass ln
lNel1d1 can be found some of the finest scenery ln the state The llvestock lndustry ln
Elko County lncludes cattle ralslng sheep ralslng as well as conslderable productlon
of thoroughbred horses Elko the county seit 19 ldeally located beln sltuwted on
two transcontlnental rallroads 'and one transcontlnental hlghway The populatlon IS
lpproxlmltely ten thousand whllc the Cm of Elko sllghtly exceeds four thousand
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LEW L GOURLEY
Frelqht and Passengers by Charter
Elko Munrcrpal Atrport
CHAS B PIKE
Aberdeen Coal Best 1n the West
Next to Fxrst Nat1onal Bank
P Y Wrlltarns
F1rst d Idaho Stree
ELKO LUMBER CO
Bulldxnq Materrals Lumber
Parnt and Coal
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TO THE CLASS OF IQLLS
BETH TA YLOIQ
Elko S Leadma Bank
FIRST NATl0NAl BANK OF NEVADA
Ce ur mercxal ba mas Tu, t
QFFERS COMPLETE STD TE WIDE SE RVICE
Head Offlce Second and V1rq1ma Streets Reno Nevada
Congratulations to the Class of 45
ELKO AUTO COURT
I H GENNETTE Propmetor
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MEMBER FEDERAL DEPGS T IN2URAN"E CORPOHAWIONJ
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Greetings to the Class of 45
C o M P L 1 M E N T s
CITY OF ELKO
NEVADA BANK OF CDMMERCE
N1qht Deposrtory for Your Convemence
Safe Deposll Boxes Ior Rent
Member Federal Reserve System and Federal DGDOSIT Insurance Corp
BRANCHES at AUSTIN BATTLE MOUNTAIN and PIOCI-IE
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DAILX BREE PRESS
A Papu for Ex ers Wh mber Of lhe FHIIIIIW
Paulth and Idaho Street Elko Nevada
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Make . . .
GUS KNEZVICH Mcmcxqinq Owner
IT PAYS TO SHOP AT
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THE HOME UF VALUES
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CQNGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS GF V945
HARRY S TRANSFER
Com im ut
Dealers in g
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CHARLES w ERLY
Bumld nq Ccrtrccior
Court Street Phone 504
ELKO NEVADA 0 N ,U
DMS 'mop coMMflzuAL HOTEL
Elko Nevada Elko Nevada
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QAEY HULL, ?'IIf:'flf:fLI
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W A STINSON
JUR 1 Stree
DRY CLEANING C0
bpecmhst A l K d-S
Pam UCI1' Vern
FORD MERCURY LINCOLN
Ford Forquson Farm Equipment
TI Y O UR D if LUXEI S HHN F
AAVKWYTAIIIIII law E2 Ibm? WN 5'S'mV'1W'I
IROY LAUNDRY 8
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' "IT'S DEP NDABLE
' SCTOII merctiwl t I ,
Conqmlulczhons lo the
CLASS OE 945
NEW DEAL CLUB
548 Comme-rcnul Street
SHELL PL'1'ROLEUM PRODUCTS
Merkley 5' Hankms
Complxm n s
Elko Radio 6'
429 Rculroccl Street
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Fuel Oils Grouse:
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H l BRUCE C0
LEAN NCT A La PINK
IAWIES APPAREL H I IIIIIIIRY
T Iephoae 39 I1 d S
or F1 e I Grocerr s m To wh
Maro Qu1I1c1 Prop Elko Nevada
E U A
Phone 406 Elko Nevada
GIFTS RADIOS PAINT
I U M B F
W H SUPP
FURNITURE PLUMBIINC1 SUPPLIES
I-IE GENTLEMAN S RESORT
THE PAlM C0.
For Every Masculme Glft Day
CIGARS AND cromxsrras
Telephone 412 Elko, Nevada
SHEll SERVICE STATION
P R o D U c r s
F1fth and Idaho Elko, Nevada
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Although thus Isnt the flrst tnme the POHOB has
been printed In an Elko pruntlng plant the Elko
Independent takes considerable pride In belng
able to lend added dustunctnon to the publlcatlon
thus year wnth another first on It s Ilst of accom
plushments The l945 POHOB ns the FIRST ELKO
COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK TO BE
PRINTED BY THE
Offset Pr1nt1ng Process
Thrs process IS new rn Nevada cmd comparatlvely new mn
cently lnstalled to help ease the load of mcreasmq work ln
the Independents plant It has been the means of qettmq
the POHOB prmted this year when the staff found that out
sxde prmtmg hrms whxch had for several years pnnted the
book could not do the work th1s year
A companson w1th former pubhcatrons of th1s kmd w111
show the supenorlty of Offset 111 thls type of work tha
superlonty also carnes over mto many other classes of
printmg Printed matter users are mvtted to see what thxs
ew equipment can accomphsh for them
ELKO I DXEPE
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the field of commercial printing. The equipment was re-
450 COMMERCIAL STREET -1- EI-KO. NEVADA
TO THE CLASS OF 45
Burns Funeral Home
rep TO J E ko vcrdri
TOMMY CROSSON Mgr
Salt Lake Olly Utah
VAN LEER 6. HARRIMAN
Phone 92 329 Idaho Sire 1
femme cxa S Elko Nevada
Open Day and N1qht
Telephone 427 Elko, Nevada
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g Qlli Boston Bl ' .
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DE lUXE ODORLESS CLEANERS
r plrm nts C
J 5' R Pool Hall
JOE YOUNES lOAN OFFICE
W sne He Class of l945
Ear Satrsfacuon n Servxce
Go to the
K Service 6' Motel
We Feature Mob1le Gas
grat xlatror to tne Graduates
Elllll BEAUTY SHOP
Raxlroad Street Elko Nevada
J D Burns Co
Hardware and Sportmq Goods
PUCCINElll 8. EO
l!EAlS AND CPO EFlES
Telephone 540 Elko Nevada
.l. M. CAPRIOLA
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STEPHEN COMISH D D S
Room 204 Henderson Bank Bmldmq
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cn Anythmfg uf Value
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?,::,: :Arts 1:2 Unrffieezzf-1 fffrigricnis
'9.'A,GH.SS, fE'.'E..Pl. AQQ hfflo
Cntr 1,r'X1::' Wire.. 'I-Qplzcne llb-l
Best 1 ' s to t. ' ' i '
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Tom s Inn
W H Settelmeyer
C1V1l and MIHIDQ Enqrnee
P O Box 349 Elko Nevada
Whute Appllance Co
Complete Washer Servr e
Home Furrnshrnqs Floor Coverrnqs
729 Idaho Street Elko Nevada
301 Henderson Bank Bldg
BEELINGENP REPAIR SHOP
Comrner tal Street Elko Nevada
GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
Ecelle tSh Hepa ng
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
465 Raxlroad Street Elko Nevada
SMITH'S ACCOUNTING SERVICE
Henderson Bank Burldrnq
K A Rl K E P PLER
New York lute Insurance Co.
MIETON B BADT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Frrst Natronal Bank Burldrnq
2 2 1 t S
A ' ' Q f.1Q.OR P MTE I
Telephone 222 ' HARRY M. GAllAGHER, D.D.S
iments of A
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SAY TT WITH FLOWERS BONDED MEMBER FTD
PHONE 444 ELKO NEVADA
Fresh Cut Flowers and Plants for Every Occasion
Paloma Barber Shop 0 K TIRE I-l0p
Thrrd and S1lver Streets
lV'1lt Srmth Prop Elko Nevada
Vetermary Servxce and Supplxe
Phone 439 Box 204
40 C 1 S
431 Ramlroad Str et Elko Nevada Ph0neO25 OmmerCmE1kdrel?Ilevada
A LEVY GJ ZENTN ER
WHOLESALE FRUITS VEGETABLES
ESCRIPT ON A lS
um onus co ,O
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Telephone 303 Elko, Nevada
Telephone l53 Elko, Nevada
We Serve the World's Best Steaks at
ElK0 GENERM MERCHANDISE mes
READY TO WEAR FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY THE STEAK HOUSE
Ioe Anacabe, Prop Elko, Nevada Highway 40 Elko' Nevada
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Dr. C. H. Kennedy NEVADA
PR I SPECI L TS
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HUNTER AND ELVADA THEATERS
HUNTER G SON
8 Di 9 Gompami
Exclusuve Perfumes and Touletrles
ELIZABETH ARDEN DU BARRY BARBARA GOULD
RAILROAD STREET ELKO, NEVADA
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Even the Young Know Mfhere to pet the Best IH Wolves
THE PEOPLES MARKET
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1945
WE NEVER CLOSE
No O der Too Bq o Too Small
O A y Oc cxs
CLASS OF 1945
W N Bl0HM
384 Fo th St eet
O7 Y 1
Co qr tu1c1!'o t the
lNSUEANCE Q ALL KLNDS
D M JEWEll
Henderson Bank Burldrna
Phone l 5 l Elko Nevada
Jewelry 6' Optlcal Co
Ra lroczd Street
HUNTS CANDY SHOP
Candres and Ice Cream
HUNT FOR HUNT'S"
srovf Ann funrucf
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Irm and Ed Gregory
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MENAMARA 6. ROBBINS
Grade A Natural Mtlk
400 Commerclal Street
Telephone 100 Elko Nevada
George F Wrught
Seaver s Standard
Expert Lubrrcahon Txre Repamng
W M Wea thers
ABERDEEN COAL CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE
EIKO ICE 6 FUEL COMPAIIY
Standard Stove and Burner O11
Phones 212 and 212 R Elko, Nevada
Home Bake ry
Bread Cakes Pastry
Store Phone 220 Bakery Phone 221
NTT ' S. T- ,
HkOINeVGdU Cream and Buttermilk
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rot' trnents of
Snow Flake Laundry
6' Dry Cleaners
Elko Super Service
Cook Furnlture Er
Complete Home Furnxshmqs
Good Serv1ce and Food
TELEPHONE 6. TELEGRAPH CO
DR L D SMITH
Boom 304 Henderson Bank Bldq
Phones 342 343 Elko Nevada
Wagner s Ice Cream
Popcom Cand1es Sandwlches
439 Ratlroad Street Phone 475W
A TORNEY LA N
Henderson Bank Bu1ld1na
WAGON WHEEL CAFE
EXCELLENT sznvtcr: EXCELLENT room
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