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- - ATHLETICS
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It is the purpose of the school annual to
relate the many happenings and events taking
place in the school curriculum, This year the
POHOB STAFF has originated a caricature,
which is designed to typity the Elko lndians, to
escort you through the various phases of the
school year. This caricature, which appears on
each ot the division pages, represents the stu-
dent body ot E. C. l-l. S. and is shown in some of
the poses that various members of the student
body might easily, if not frequently, be found,
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The student body ot Elko County
School is deeply indebted to the Board of
Education. lt is this body that acts as the
nucleus of all school functions. This is a
great undertaking and this year's Board
members have proved themselves fully
qualified and capable of the task.
MR. JONES, Principal
Elko County High School has always been fortunate in
having an excellent faculty. This past year was no exception.
We are proud to have been taught by such able instructors.
The '48-'49 teaching staff was supplemented by three
new teachers, Mr. Merriman, Miss Coffee, and Miss Johnson,
who very ably upheld the tradition.
MISS SOIENSON Ml. JENSEN
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Miss JOHNSUN MK. WEAVER MISS
Girls' Gflll I COICH Lgngqgu
MRS. BROWN MR. MERRIMAN
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Student Batty Ofhers
DONNA GLASER JACK CARTER SHARON UCARROLL
Secretary Vice-President Treasurer
The executive committee is the governing body of the school. The func-
tions of this important committee include making up of a school calendar, and
supervising all school activities taking place during the year. This work was ac-
complished under the supervision of Student Body President, Mark Scott, and Mr.
Bracken, sponsor. The committee is comprised of the student body officers and the
respective class presidents.
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The student council, whose members consist of the student body officers,
class presidents, class representatives, and faculty advisor, has helped to make this a
pleasant, successful year for the students of Elko County High School. lt is the
duty of this committee to grant student body awards, select the POI-lOB editor, make
any necessary revisions to our constitution, and handle certain student body funds.
The welfare committee, with Mark Scott as chairman, and consisting of twc
members appointed from each class, endeavors to make Elko l-ligh a more friendly
place. This committee strives for the betterment of every student, old and new alike,
as well as to promote a feeling of good will between our school and othedss
Assembly Pragrzzm Eammiffec
This committee, consisting of the student body officers, class presidents,
class vice-presidents, and faculty advisors, is responsible for supenfising all student
body assemblies. This year they did a very fine job, as is evidenced by the inter-
esting and entertaining assemblies presented for the students of Elko l-ligh.
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JUNE PATTAN! LEONARD HERRERA DELMA OLDFIELD BO! PARKINSON
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DONALD SWITZER DORSMAE HINZE
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MARILYN McLAlN DALE PORTER GLORIA VASQUEZ FRANK BEITIA
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ALAN SARGENT BEATRICE QUINTERO JESSE HUNTSMAN GLENNA SHROPE
LILLIAN HAKATA MORTY ROBERTSON JOYCE Mr.:GOUGH FRANK YRAGUEN
As the graduating class of nineteen hundred and forty-nine leaves E. C. H. S.
to go on to greener pastures, let us pause a moment and look back over the four
important years of our lives that have constituted our high school career.
As freshmen, the class of '49, under the leadership of Max Woolverton as
president, got off to a good start by almost winning field day. Their defeat, how-
ever, was consoled at the Senior-Freshmen Get Together Dance. The class had two
picnics that year. A few Frosh class members took part in the All-School Play, and
Max Woolverton won honors by making the varsity basketball team.
As Sophomores, the class elected Dave Sharp president, and were well repre-
sented in all school activities. They downed the Freshmen in the annual Field Day
meet, but narrowly lost out in the interclass basketball tournament. They staged
a very successful Sophomore Hop and enjoyed two picnics during their second year
in high school.
The next year, as Juniors, they enjoyed another very successful and active
year with Mark Scott as president. They won the interclass championship in both
basketball and track, with a heated contest in each case with the Senior class of
that year, The class held several pay dances and two class picnics. Their play,
"Ramshackle Inn," proved a great success, and the year was topped off with their
impressive Junior Prom, using as a theme, "Hitch Your Wagon To a Star." Six mem-
bers of the Junior class were on the Nevada State Champion basketball team, and
several made the varsity track team.
During their last year, they presented a very enjoyable Senior play, "January
Thaw," and an amusing and thoroughly delightful assembly. They had their heyday
on "ditch day," when the whole class skipped school - legally. They attended, as
guests, the annual Senior-De Laureola Banquet, and finished school by presenting
their unique Senior Ball, just before the time to don their graduation robes rolled
around. Officers for the Senior year were: Alan Sargent, presidentg Leslie Jones,
vice-president, Arline Cave, secretary-treasurerj Delia Carrillo and Leonard Herrera,
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LEON HAY, Vice-President
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The Junior Class started the
year by electing as their officers,
Floyd Vice, president, Leon l-lay,
vice-president, Leah Gregory, sec-
retary-treasurer, Doug Glenn and
Mary Lesbo representatives.
The Juniors won interclass
basketball, and two Junior boys,
John Jayo and Floyd Vice, made first
string basketball, The class is also
well represented in football, rnusic
organizations, De Laureola, and
Language Club. A successful Prom
was held on April 2l, with the aid
of their able sponsors, Mr. Brown
and Miss Sorenson. Also on their
list of activities appeared the Junior
Play, a pay dance, and two picnics.
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The Sophomore Class enjoyed quite
an exciting and eventful year Three of
their class members were on the football
sguad, while Gary Murphy represented
them as manager They were also well
represented on the basketball team, as well
as providing another manager, Jerry Burner.
The two assistant cheerleaders, Kay
Wickwire and Dakin Griswold, also hailed
from the Class ot '5l, as did the king and
queen ot the Harvest Ball, John Cobb and
Ethel Martin, Sophomore Class members
played leading roles in the All-School Play,
and put on a very enjoyable Sophomore l-lop
to highlight the year.
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Seventy-two determined Freshmen, led
by their class officers, Duane Kern, presi-
dent, Raymond Paoli, vice-president, Pat
Samon, secretary, and Pam Wayman and
Stanley Switzer, class representatives, en-
thusiastically entered all the school activi-
ties during the year, and made quite a good
They showed their determination on
Field Day, winning the tug-o-war, and sur-
prised the whole school by pushing their
candidates for the Music Festival, Shirley
Hansen and Bruce Warmbrodt, to victory
over the upper-classmen, to be crowned
king and queen of the Big Top.
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Hay nf the year
The student body ot Elko l-ligh selected
as the outstanding students of l949, Mark
Scott and Arline Cave. Both ot these Seniors
have worked hard all tour years and have con-
tributed much to Elko County High School.
Mark served as student body president
this year, attended Boys' State, was president
of his Junior class, and has been particularly
outstanding in athletics.
Arline has held various class offices, at-
tended Girls' State, and served as business
manager for the POI-IOB in her Senior year.
The POHOB STAFF sincerely wishes our
outstanding students the best of luck and hap-
piness in years to come.
Girl af the year
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Elko finally took football off the shelf this year after many years of planning and putting off The football team had a very good year
considering that very few of the boys had even seen a football game played before. The Indians had five contests during their first season,
the last two of which they took handily
This was due mostly to Coach Merriman's inspiring efforts as he really put his heart into building a football squad for Elko. He called
practice a week before school started and didn't let up for one minute until the season was over, The indians were ragged in their contest
against Lovelock but even so the game was a close one as the boys fought their hearts out Next they met White Pine High, Elko's traditional
rival, and were again brought to their knees in defeat by a much superior and more experienced team. Then they iourneyed to Yerington where
they were again humbled, but they still had that game experience under their belts. Then they played Hansen, Idaho, on their own war grounds,
and this time all their hard work seemed to pay off as they ran the ldaho boys into the ground with their fighting spirit ln their final game
with Gardnerville, the boys with the memory of victory still fresh in their minds, scalped the scrappy Dutchmen very efficiently, much to the
pleasure of Coaches Merriman and Weaver, who saw their season's hard work bring in some returns, Both of them should be sincerely con-
gratulated for the many long hours of tiring and often discouraging work Along with them the townspeople should be thanked for their
wonderful support both morally and financially They gave a hearty response to the school's need for the funds necessary to start thiivxgame.
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Back Row: Coach Weaver, Dale Porter, Mark Scott, Dave Sharp, Sonny Cornejo, Harry Newbold, John Clawson, Richard Quinn, Bud Wood,
Larry Monroe, John Cobb, Mgr. Gary Murphy, Coach Merriman.
Middle Row: Bob McLane, Jim Andrae, Eddie Granados, Gib Landell, John Wright, Frank Yraguen, Frank Betia, Bill Brown, Jack Carter,
Front Row: Salvador Hernandez, Doug Glenn, Steve Wright, Bill Giudici, Ralph Gamboa, Gene Peterson, Jerry Lee, Jim Bardsley, John Jayo,
Knot picturedl Floyd Vice.
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The lndians had a mediocre season this year, They failed to make the State Tournament when they lost out to a fast straight shooting
Winnemucca team. However, what the Redskins lacked in ability, they made up for in fight, and it was no walkaway game when the Bucka
roos beat them out at the Zone Meet for the privilege of making the trip to Reno.
Regardless of the number of games lost or won, though, the boys on this year's team gained what is the primary purpose of the program
good sportsmanship and a fighting spirit.
We hopefully look forward to next season, when a great many of this year's men will be back to fight for Elko High
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White Pine 52
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Back Row: Mgr. Jeriy Burner, Duane Kern, Salvador Hernandez, Eddie Granados, Gary Murphy, Albert Mour Gib Landell Bill Giudici
Middle Row: Rollin Banks, John Cobb, Max Woolverton, Tom Griswold, Doug Glenn, John Jayo, Floyd Vice
Front Row: Dee Keirnes, Richard Quinn, Dale Porter, Mark Scott, Larry Monroe, Jack Carter.
FLOYD VICE, Forward MAX WOOLVEKTON, Found
LARRY MONROE, Center RICHARD QUINN, Guard JOHN COII, GUM
Back Row: Gib l.andell, l.loyd Cunningham, Sonny Cornejo, Bill Brown, Harry Newbold, John
Wright, John Jayo, Floyd Vice, Doug Glenn.
Front Row: Gene Peterson, Richard Gibson, Bill Giudici, Ralph Gamboa, Victor l-lerrera, Sal-
vador l-lernandez, Richard Jones.
The juniors won the interclass title this year as they downed a fighting team
of inspired sophomores. The juniors had a smooth working machine with Floyd
Vice and Doug Glenn at forward positions, Bill Giudici and John Jayo at guards, and
Gib Landell playing the center position.
The champs were under the guiding eye of Mark Scott, who proved to be
quite a good coach, as his boys not only won the championship but all of the first five,
and one substitute, were selected as varsity material.
Elko had a number ot
"tirsts" this year, among them
was boxing, Instruction was
given to the boys by Coach
Don Merriman, and although
no matches were secured
this year, it is almost certain
that next year's team will
participate in several inter-
scholastic tournaments and
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Under the sponsorship of Miss Johnson, the Tumbling
Club bas lnad a very successful year, The team performed at
the Big Top, tor basketball games, and for assemblies.
Members ot the team are: Beth Salls, Lean Gregory, Joy
Blume, Virginia Evans, Donna Bucbolz, Ann Clturcntield, Janet
Lucas, Norma Molclenbauer, and Lillian l-lakata. G
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Elko l-ligh's '49 track team, under the auspices of Coaches
Weaver and Merriman, developed into one of the finest the
school has had in the past several years.
The track season, this year, was greatly benefited by
the weather, which, after many years, finally provided a pleasant
spring, as well as by the new track which was put into use for
the first time this year. On this new track, two interscholastic
meets were held, the "B" school zone meet and the "A" school
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ln its 38 years of publication, the Pohob has grown from
a monthly pamphlet to an interesting and accurate yearbook.
The '49 Pohob is keeping up the traditionally good work, under
the supervision ot Melvin Steninger, editor. The Pohob Statt
hopes that you enjoy the Pohob as much as we enjoyed publish-
msi. mniusn mg it
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POHOB STAFF - Back Row: Leah Gregory, Donna Glaser,
Geraldine DeGroat, Alan Sargent, Pam Wayman, Mary Michel-
son, Front Row: Mary Tewell, Jack l-luntsman, Mel Steninger,
BUSINESS STAFF - Pat Turner, Leon l-lay, Albert Samper, Ray Pease, Rollin Banks,
Shirley l-lull, not pictured Arline Cave.
SHIRLEY KERSHNER MR- HOME
The Sagebrush Saga, the Elko High newspaper, was pub-
lished this year by Mr. Brome, advisor, Shirley Kershner as editor,
and the entire Business English class serving as the Staff. lt
gave an accurate and up to the minute account of what went
on in Elko High formally and informally. lt consisted of jokes,
scandal, poems and stories written by Mr. Brome's English lll
and English IV classes. The Saga was distributed by De Laureola.
SAGA STAFF - Back Row: Lorene Miller, Faye Hage, Grace Camino, Lydia Garcia,
Rose Smiraldo, Edith Richards, Dorsrnae Hinze, Martha Hill, Beatrice Quintero, lsa-
bell Herrera. Front Row: Marguerite Samper, Lillian Hakata, Retta Hansen, Shirley
Kershner, Delia Carrillo, Agnes Glennon.
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JACK LARRY MONROE RJCHAKD QUINN
Due to the addition ot football to Elko l-ligh's sport cur-
riculum, the Block "E" enjoyed its largest enrollment in many
The organization was under the sponsorship ot Coaches
Weaver and Merriman, with Larry Monroe serving as president,
Jack Carter, vice-president, and Richard Quinn, secretary-
treasurer. All boys who have earned a letter in any major sport
are eligible for membership in the club.
Back Row: Jerry Lee, Doug Glenn, Max Woolverton, John Jayo, Gib Landell, Jerry
Burner, Gene Peterson, Bill Giudici, John Cobb, Sonny Cornejo.
Middle Row: Eddie Granados, Dale Porter, Larry Monroe, Mark Scott, Dave Sharp,
l-larry Newbold, John Clawson, Bob McLane, Bud Wood, Richard Quinn.
Front Row: Gary Murphy, Frank Yraguen, Jim Bardsley, Frank Betia, Ralph Gamboa,
Tom Griswold, Jack Carter, Floyd Vice.
Pep "E" put on some very
unique performances during the
halves ot both the football and
basketball games this year. The
girls, in their white blouses, ma-
roon ties and skirts, made quite
a vivid showing.
im wucxwme vsom' ummrs DAKIN emswow The Qrganization prospered
under the leadership ot Leah
Gregory, president, Miss Cottee,
sponsor tor the first semester,
and Miss Johnson, sponsor for the
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Lett picture ltop to bottoml: Donna Glaser, Marlene Moldenhauer, Geraldine De-
Groat, Elner Abbett, Lorraine Berrueta, Leah Gregory, Beth Salls, Celia Williams,
Barbara l-lutchinson, Thelma Richie, June Pattani, Lydia Garcia.
Right picture ltop to bottoml: Dorsmae l-linze, Arline Cave, Donna Kern, Grace
Camino, Pat Mueller, Ann Churchfield, Joann Murphy, Marilyn McLain, Marie
Gamboa, Anita Granados, Sharon O'Carroll.
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De Laureola is an honorary history society open to all who
have an average of "B" in history, and an average of eight honor
points tor each semester in school.
With Dale Porter as president, Delia Carrillo, secretary,
Alan Sargent, treasurer, and Mrs, McQuiston and Mr. Bracken
as sponsors, they had a very successful year.
Although the enrollment was one of the smallest in sev-
eral years, its initiation, banquets, and "Sadie l-lawkins" dance
proved very enjoyable and unforgettable. As usual the year was
topped oft with the very successful Senior-De Laureilal-Banquet.
Back Row: Mark Scott, Leonard l-lerrera, Larry Reynolds, Floyd Vice, l-lugh Abbett,
Jesse Huntsman, Mel Steninger. Middle Row: Mrs. McQuiston, l-lideko Matsumoto,
Sophia Carrillo, Geraldine DeGroat, Marilyn McLain, Mary Tewell, Thelma Richie,
Barbara l-lutchinson, Mr. Bracken. Front Row: Shirley Kershner, Alan Sargent,
Grace Camino, Dale Porter, Delia Carrillo, June Pattani, Jose Maretoli.
JACK CARTER MARY TEWELL MISS WO
The Language Club enjoyed a very active year during
L '48-'49 under the leadership of Miss Wolfe, sponsor, and Mary
Q Tevvell and Jack Carter, presidents for lst and 2nd semester
Their most important undertaking for the year was the
W correspondence that they carried on with students of foreign
0 countries. This project, under the leadership of Shirley Kersh-
ner, proved to be very successful and it is hoped that it will be
continued in future years.
xv The Club obtained a second prize in the Thanksgiving
Festival with their float, they put on a very timely assembly, and
held their annual picnic in the latter part of May, to bring their
year to an enjoyable close.
- M. M.
Back Row: Charlotte Zunino, Lydia Garcia, Delia Carrillo, Bob Vizna, Leonard l-ler-
rera, Jim Botsford, Victor l-lerrera. Middle Row: Larry Reynolds, Floyd Vice, Marilyn
McLain, Shirley Kershner, Grace Camino, Isabell Herrera, Beatrice Quintero, Doug
Glenn, John Jayo. Front Row: Miss Wolfe, .loleen McLain, Jack Carter, Mary Tewell,
Virginia Evans, Mary Michelson.
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G. A. A., one of the largest organizations in the school,
proved to be one of the most active also. The annual reverse
dance and assembly were both worthy of credit.
The Juniors won the kickball, basketball, and baseball
tournaments, while the Sophomores took volley ball.
The organization is under the auspices of Miss Johnson,
who is assisted by the following officers: June Pattani, president,
Donna Glaser, vice-president, Anita Granados, secretary, and
Leah Gregory, treasurer.
-- L. G.
Back Row: Ann Chuchfield, Teresa Quintero, Mary Sestenovich, Joann Paoli, Darlene Richie, Dyan Miller, Margaret Landa, Delphina Equihua,
Alice Quintero, Janet Wiggins, Beverly Foster, Renee Hernandez, Norma Johns, Rosie Domingo, Shirley Hansen, Mary Jackson, Donna Reed,
Janet Echegon, Jeanene Hogge, Dolly Clark, Anita Granados, Louella Heally.
Second Row: Isabell Elia, Laviegh Thomas, Betty McGehee, Mary Michelson, Fern Pattani, Marjorie Morse, Esther Carey, Joy Blume, Julia
Salaz, Donna Bucholz, Cherrie Porter, Edna Dave, Pam Wayman, Pat Samon, Carmen Vasquez, Elaine Cosci, lolandi Cosci, Rachel Quintero,
Jeanne Hawkins, Beth Salls, Lorraine Berrueta, Donna Kern, Thelma Richie, Geraldine DeGroat, Joann Murphy.
Third Row: Sharon O'Carroll, Mary Contri, Marjorie Olin, Elsie Ingram, Barbara Williams, Pat Guisti, Laurel Vaughn, Virginia Evans, Pat Turner,
Janet Lucas, Pat Murphy, Joan Thomas, Betty Cave, Kay Wickwire, Dakin Griswold, Norma Moldenhauer, Marie Gamboa, Barbara Hutchinson,
Front Row: Carolyn Hansen, Shirley Hull, Gloria Vasquez, Arline Cave, Dorsmae Hinze, Marlene Moldenhauer, Donna Glaser, June Pattani,
Marguerite Samper, Marilyn McLain, Pat Mueller, Leah Gregory.
SHARON O'CARROLL LEAH GREGORY MISS SORENSON
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This year has been an active one for the F. H. A. girls and
their sponsor, Miss Sorenson. They started the year by sending
two candidates to Reno for the State Convention, their tloat won
a prize at the Big Top, and they attended a district meet at Lund
The girls entertained their mothers at a banquet on Valentine's
Day where the following girls were installed tor the coming year:
Leah Gregory, president, Joann Murphy, secretary, Sharon
O'Carroll, treasurer, and Lorraine Berruetta, historian. Sharon
O'Carroll acted as president during lst semester. L G
Back Rowi Mary Sestenovich, Marjorie Landon, Miss Sorenson, Marjorie Morse, Pat Stoddard, Anita Granados, Sharon O'Carroll, Donna
Bucholz, Cherrie Porter, Carolyn l-lansen, Lita Guiterrez, Romelia l-lernandez, Rosie Domingo, Mary Jackson, Barbara Williams, Barbara Young,
Middle Row: Marie Gamboa, Thelma Richie, Joann Murphy, Lorraine Berrueta, Leah Gregory, Pat Mueller, Celia Williams,
Front Row' Joann Paoli, Marjorie Olin, Darlene Richie, Janet Lucas, Madge l-lakata, Joan Thomas, Pat Murphy,
Masque and Gavel is an hon-
A orary society tor those who have
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demonstrated exceptional inter-
est in dramatics, is awarded the
coveted Masque and Gavel pin.
Lett to right: Jim Bardsley, George Atwood,
Bob Romans, Jerry Burner.
English "E" is a dramatic organization tor those who have
won their dramatic "E" for 72 hours of stage crew work or 6 play
acts. The oganization is under the sponsorship ot Mrs. Brown
who is the dramatic instructor for Elko High.
Back Row: Jack Huntsman, Albert Mour, Jim Bardsley, Eddie Granados, Bob Romans,
Rollin Banks, George Atwood, Jerry Burner. Front Row: Mrs. Brown, Charlotte Zu-
nino, Shirley Kershner, Dorsmae Hinze, Martha l-lill, lvlarie Gamboa.
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22-End First Grading Period
23-Football, Hansen at Elko
30-Football, Gardnerville at Elko
30--Senior Pay Dance
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l-De Laureola Assembly
2-De Laureola Sponsored Election
3-End Second Grading Period
4--"Sadie Hawkins" Dance
l7-Christmas Vacation Starts
14--Basketball, Carlin at Elko
28-29-Winnemucca at Elko
29-Block E Dance
3-De Laureola lnitiation
4-Wells at Elko
6-De Laureola Initiation Banquet
9-Assembly lOccidental Glee Clubl
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l8-Eureka at Elko
23-Language Club Assembly
24,25-26-Eastern Zone Tournament
22-End Second Grading Period
29-30-District Music Festival
7-Zone Track Meet
7-Junior Pay Dance
22-Language Club Picnic
27--Senior-De Laureola Banquet
30-Decoration Day lNo School?
The junior class of '48 presented, under the direction of
Miss Bastian, the three act mystery farce, "Ramshackle Inn
on May l4 and l5.
The plot of the play concerned the solving of several
mysterious murders and the exposing ot a notorious smuggling
The cast included:
Jim Bardsley ............
John Clawson ........
Retta Hansen ....
Arline Cave ..........
Rollin Banks ............. .......... C onstable Small
Shirley Kershner ......... ................. B elinda Pryde
Larry Monroe .......... ....... C ommodore Towser
Martha l-lill .............. ................. G ail Russell
Melvin Steninger ........
Mark Scott ..............
Alan Sargent ............
Dorsmae l-linze .......
Leslie Jones ............
Max Woolverton .........
The senior class presented the annual Senior Class Play
on November 5 and 6, under the direction ot Miss Bastian. The
play was a three act comedy entitled "January Thaw."
The plot concerned two families who quarreled over an
old farm house, The play had a very amusing and delightful end-
ing, with a solution to all the problems and contentment for all.
The cast consisted ot:
Herbert Gage ................. ............... J im Bardsley
Marge Gage ................ ......... S hirley Kershner
Frieda ......... . ...... ....... M argaret Biegler
Paula ............. ............. M artha l-lill
Sarah ...... ....... R etta l-lansen
Barbara ...... ....... L orene Miller
George .......... .......... J ohn Clawson
Jonathan ....... .......
Uncle Walter ....... .......... L eslie Boyd
Matt .................. ................ B ill Bowen
Mr, Loomis ....... ...,.,. G eorge Atwood
. ...,... l-larry Newbold
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"Little Women," Arthur Learue's delightful adaption of
Louisa M. Alcott's famous novel, was presented by an all school
cast on March 4-5. Under the competent direction of Mrs Irenc
Brown, this play lost none ot its human quality and it was thor
oughly enjoyed by an appreciative audience both nigghts.
"LITTLE WOMEN" CAST
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Marilyn McLain ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,.,,., ,--,,- M eg
Barbara l-lutchinson ....
Charlotte Zunino ........
Donna Kern .......,...,.
Jack l-luntsman ....
Shirley Kershner ....... .
Merlin Paul ..................... ,,,,,,
Lloyd Cunningham ....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,--. L aurie
John Wright ,.,.,,,,..,..,,,
Gene Peterson ..........
Marie Gamboa ........
The Band has now completed its third successful year under the baton of Mr.
Tellaisha. Beginning in the fall with the "Big Top," this organization rounded out
its activities by playing carols for the Christmas assembly, performing for the foot-
ball and basketball games, and by furnishing pep for the pep assemblies. Despite
a few rehearsals which would have made Schubert cringe, and very plainly did make
Mr, Tellaisha do so, the band played very creditably at the annual Spring Concert
and the District Music Festival.
Officers of the year were: Bill Giudici, president, Virginia Evans, vice-presi-
dent, Bob Parkinson, secretary-treasurer. M
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Back Row: Bill Giudici, l-lideko Matsumoto, Rosie Domingo, Madge l-lakata, l-lugh Abbett, Jim Botstord, Jim Gregory, Bruce Mabee, Ronnie
Thorpe, Dyan Miller, Pam Wayman, Merlin Paul.
Third Row: Barbara Young, Donna Kern, Jeanne l-loage, Larry Flowers, Jack Giudici, Bob Parkinson, Jerry Reynolds, Fern Pattani, Joann Paoli,
Shirley Hansen, Larry Reynolds.
Second Row' Barbara Denham, Barbara Hutchinson, Margaret Landa, Charolette Zunino, Maiorettes, Renee Hernandez, Betty Cave, Laurel
Vaughn, Lillian l-lakata, Mary Lesbo, Mary Michelson, Mariorie Olin, Mary Tewell, Gordon Wines.
Front Row' Teddy Ashizawa, Janet Echegon, Barbara Williams, Esther Carey, Arlys Scott, Alice Hage, Mary Contri, Ga.y Murphy.
The combined Glee Clubs this year made up a very large chorus,
numbering 94 voices, Because of its size, this musical organization
found securing and utilizing rehearsal time very difficult. But, despite
this fact, the chorus and the Glee Clubs did a fine job at the annual
Spring Concert and the District Music Festival, and they also had a fine
time striving toward the goal of perfection.
The officers of Girls' Glee included Pat Turner, president, Char-
lotte Zunino, vice-president, and Anita Granados, secretary-treasurer.
Raymond Paoli, president, Jim Gregory, vice-president, James Meeks,
secretary-treasurer, were the officers of Boys' Glee.
Back Row: Gloria Vasquez, Cheri Porter, Rachel Quintero, lolanda Cosci, Elaine Cosci, Gill Giudici, Bob Parkinson, Raymond Paoli, Duane
Kern, Hugh Abbett, John Cobb, Pat Murphy, Joann Paoli, Pam Wayman, Joan Wintermantel.
Fifth Row: Carmen Vasquez, Joy Blume, Afton Smith, Donna Reed, Harry Newbold, Keith White, Fred Williams, Bob Burns, Shirley Hull, Mary
Contri, Barbara Williams, Avis Pothoff, Norma Johns, Alice Hage, Mary Jackson.
Fourth Row: Pat Turner, Beth Salls, Lorraine Berrueta, Nadine Smith, Janet Echegon, Larry Flowers, Dale Payne, Bob Hansen, Janet Lucas,
Darlene Richie, Renee Hernandez, Sofia Carrillo, Joan Thomas, Romelia Carrillo, Elaine Williams, Carole Lake.
Third Row: Shirley Hansen, Madge Hakata, Dolly Clark, Mary Sestenovich, Mariorie Landon, James Meeks, Lyndon Robertson, Elwin Foster,
Douglas Peterson, Virginia Evans, Laurel Vaughn, Marie Gamboa.
Second Row: Joann Murphy, Charolette Zunino, Ruby Zunino, Margaret Landa, Bruce Warmbrodt, Bob Jones, Jack Giudici, Jim Gregory, Pat
Mueller, Dorsmae Hinze, Carolyn Hansen, Donna Bucholz, Ella Mae Lerner, Lita Gutierrez, Romelia Hernandez.
Front Row: Ethel Martin, Darlene Elliot, Dyan Miller, Beverly Foster, Janet Wiggins, Celestino Mendive, Bruce Mabee, Allen Welch, Teddy
Ashizawa, Fern Pattani, LaVeigh Thomas, Fay Hage, Cleo Rood, June Ingram, Rosie Domingo, Mary Tewell
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Our orchestra has successfully completed another very
full, busy year under the direction ot Mr. Tellaisha. Performing
tor the school plays, playing at graduation, preparing and pre-
senting a program tor the annual Spring Concert and the District
Music Festival, all kept the orchestra very busy, but its members
also received the satisfaction ot having worked together and done
their very best.
Leah Gregory, president, Larry Reynolds, vice-president,
and Mary Lesbo, secretary-treasurer, were the officers tor the
Back Row' Arlys Scott, Janet Echegon, Virginia Evans, Bill Giudici, Mary Lesbo, Margaret Landa, Bob Parkinson, Jack Giudici, Hugh Abbett,
Alan Sargent, John Waage, Barbara Hutchinson, Gary Murphy, Dyan Miller, Sally Malin, Joan Wintermantel, lolanda Cosci, Larry Reynolds.
Middle Row: June lngram, Lita Gutierrez, Mary Sestenovich, Mary Tewell, Esther Carey, Barbara Williams, Dakin Griswold, Donna Kern, Bruce
Mabee, Jim Gregory, Shirley l-lansen, Rosie Domingo, l-lideko Matsumoto, Pat Turner.
Front Row: June Pattani, Laurel Vaughn, Anita Granados, Patty Samon, Mary Michelson, Pam Wayman, Joann Paoli, Madge l-lakata, Pat Murphy,
Geraldine De-Groat, Norma Moldenhauer, Alice l-lage, Leah Gregory, Renee l-lernandez, LaVeigh Thomas, Marjorie Landon, Marjorie Olin.
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