Elko High School - Pohob Yearbook (Elko, NV)

 - Class of 1954

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THE 1954 POHOB Presents OUR SCHOOL Elf Mgsgssf :mm 'gxvz 'WH' M 1 YQ :waz . 7- M -f ,, I ff X . . '33 f, x . 3 , X ' a-., ' 1' ' as 1' ' Nl , Y 5 E .sw fr, 1. 5 am J-3 3 s NP wr d f MW Vx, A may-SHN fm ,Q 1- .zw .1 6 ii ,-firw 4 W. 'ff -M V . tn: 11 fb im ap 'J as ,ff - 'fi W2-41x24 V 331 , . '- J -:LQ n " g ' '-:f,. R Xi' f ,vigil fre fl YY' ,Wg in EM, 34.5 YY ur claw! nb-f,:, , '1 .2 s A 1 ff . 3 Fable of Ccwfmfs ADMI'XlIb I RAT ION STI DFNT BODY ORC HXNIXA I IONIS ACTIVI1 IFS ATHLFTICS FEATI RFQ ADVERTISFMFNT9 7 , , , X. 14, . .. Qarcward x.-N f' - ' r'.- J., V... . .,---.6 ., --r' A- , ,A,..,gu-A ' ',a:J,"1s ',.E, -. In publishing the 1954 POI-ION we have tried to depict the every day scenes at lf.C.H.S. It is our hope that in the years to come this book will serve as a link in your chain of memories and help you to remember your happy days of yester year. ,u ETH 'TX Qiv Admznzsfrafzon I -taui Prinfipal 's M essay MR NEIL R. JONES 'nf f It is Ll prnvilcgc. in the :mme of thu Hlw Cuunty Iimrll ut' Ifdum- tion, to .uncpt thc 1954 POHOH .is thc ot'Iu1.xl .md QOHIPILTL' history ot thc Qutlwtncs .md .uunnplishA rm-mx, both sklwl.ntiQ.1lly .md wth- crwisc, CXPL'I'lL'lNCk1 by thc students of thc "SLho0l on thu Hlllw during thc 1935-S-4 school year. We Lon- KQf.lll1l.ltL' thc cntxrc xmft' for thc outstanding portr.1y.1l ut' thxx yc.1r's story, It IS hoped that thc .lfII105phCI'C llcrcm Lrmtcd wxll tumi to stlmub l.1tc thc members of thc Class of 195-4 to .ullicwg wlth kil5fiIlkllOf1, th.1l whinh caah umicrmkcs. Selma! Kaard Ph "- .. Q 5, 1 fi EVGENE wxxfs ,sd MILDRED TREMEWAN ' HAYDEN HENDERSUN Er 1 4 Q . Z ' X ,,,, 1 BETTY COONS Home Econumics EDVVIN JENSEN Science 6 E l I .ff - R ,il it E Qui . fi ' ' FLOYD EDSALL Physityxl Education THEODORE LAIBLY Commercial "" l ROBERT BROME MARSHALL BROWN English Industrial Arts 1 ,,!",,, 4, M ll XXSX1-Vx ET' 1 PAVLINE GRISE ALICE GUTFELDER English Mathematics 11.15 JU Xl ""' 'r a 2 - ' - P 1' . . I A I3 5 I l i ' S 3 MARGl'ERI'l'IZ MQQl'lS'l'ION FAl'S'l'O MlZN'I'AliliRRY Wkwrld Hxstory Busmcm Arithmetic I,ibr.1rxnn Liu lumix .ll Dmwnng MAA sll .liglfl 382 . Il EARL MOSS Musk 1 s.- L, ..l jACK ROBERTS ELODA RVMSEY LELA W"Ol.FE English Physiml ligiumtion Languages W'II.LARD VUIZAVER ALFRED HANSEN VERLE HPNTIER Social Scicmc Agriculture Suu-t.u'x' Farm Shop 8?g""w x Pusfvflfr, ggi , X xl f3,4L',.L ' 312' , C' -ug fudenf Eddy Offzccrs vi IS 'Su nv M .lo ' - fy ' I. ,. mn . . - xriilc ,H '-Q EN xx REQ 'fluff' Back row, left to right: Lynn Burns, john M.irtin, Rollin Hoggc, Chan Griswold. Middle row: Albert Garamcndi, Paul Scott. 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I in ' '- into thc PfL'SCIlI.l.l ii UI ur 'Iuiiur ni, I.Uli 2 Qi, 11 ff1'f tm ISUI I 5 I ' tIA ' "il when w I Aunt- mir Sui I1 Hop, K' ' . in fur tht' first time. Wt' .ili had .1 wry cnioyilvlc tI.us I' . Q arc I.i' Itntlii won thc - Y I. IH. ' ' I. II . fi Iiip. XY" . 'I Iirt you with thc t .iIt'on.il 'I t- '.lI'I1g ot' the AIIII initii tum. Our I"rcsI1m.m im ty .mI .1 tI.iw pitmt were thc m.iiii 'vents I ir y '.1r. jim S614 in rs X f'bW'Off !'? f N57 0 0410 in A 5 FN bfi! L-4 CLASS OF '54 IN '50 i-5 funizfrs l 1 al, 9 l 7, -. 1, . .1 .S It 6 A, ... -dl -n .49 ,,1i, Loft to right Rollin Hoggc f l,1r1cL' Swrll Bing lxlilixlc' Margie Tumor Dolphins Rccimzonc joe Turner limi Rc'f2m'iU1li1l11 4' 'I H.1lIH'LfV P?'L'i1tlt'Ilf .S1i'r'clizr5 Girl Re,t1v'ww11.ilj1'e V11 if PM llcllttllf IN IIN 111811 1 LIiIlLI 41 iw T. -'F 4 .I .u k lioui Yutor Iiumur :Xmiy IDUHIIIIKLIU Terry Edgar CKOHHIL' Elllwn Cflucmc lflting sq Andrew Hgtupis Kaul lla-rl1.1ruia-Z I.con.ml Holdrcn Rwllm llugygv Hull ohm f,.ll1ilIlL'KlI1ll1.lll l..1rrx' lAl',iIlYlL'I1 Allmrr 4.nmmllu1 mloru Ummm hm All rui 1111111411 Nurrlm Hinllon 'mid ini 1 ' Q11 Clrxswold Q 1 Wm Ni lxumon XLR' .v Nu 'FAH . HIL' 'mmm Jw 1' .3 Q fl1.1rlwm'RmsLr Ihnmm Run ,Indy Rum Rurmlki Rum Namy Roma' fxmnrm' Ru- kcr 41 MM., l lx x1.lfxLjlQ VI-LIN Gwyn Snh0LI1fVL'lL Muxdxtll 5 flaring- SL-well Ru lun! Slmrp Kenneth Smith P10 1 K, I 'if' Mike Wiiics Iithcl Wise I:lOyxi nit Wfiff janics XY'hitu Edith Wright Larry Baugus Runnin Smith During Siiiiw Cori imc Soren son Alvin Stiiiiiigcr C.1lviriXYiggiiis htlfk XY'illi.ii11x Ouo'Nv nnivt NO YO WEAR THE CLASS OF "SS" Tfvrfflfiglv lfzhnr ff' wtf. lf2r'ff114gfv fnmbnf lf, ,H 1143 ,l'lIOIN.lN .1 Kcmpix flnlcr thu lL'.ltlC'f9l1IP ol' lwlnss Coonx .mtl Mr, Vlrmtry tht ILHNOFN xmrtul tht-nr ymrrmw' toward greater heights. The tl.1Sx pre-sltlcnt Allcn M.rssnc. wnth the .lNNIilJ.llkL' or' .loc Tu rncr, vice PI'L'NIklC'Ill. Margin Turm-r. wtrr't.1rxQ cl.1I'lkL Smell. IYLAINLIYLF. .mtl rnprc- scntatives Del hum- Rrmmzom- .mtl Rollm Ho ' 'c, stu-rt-tl thc tlms to xL1ttL-xx P H- lhc gumors wcrc .rlvlv rt-prucrmtctl II1 m.my Ol'g.lIllZ.lflUllS Thu r.mlu-tl hugh II1 sporty rmmt. tlr.m1at1cs. and thc honor roll, 'Ihr rlmx .also boasted tht-mr membership in thc wtml tlulw .rt sthool Pntnlu .mtl lxrmluttx wt-rt' only .1 tt-Nu ol tht trmlomlrlc xtops nmtlr OH thc journey 'lhc lumor Prom .mtl ply tlrmr-N xxnll lm' long rtrmmlwtrt-tl plomxrw Maru rmmlxrx t brought honor to thcnr tlam A raw ot thc oursmntlmg wtrc Dclphlm Rat.mzom4 Horm- tuIl1lIlgfJL1tL'I1, forum lillnwn. xtutltnt hotly xt-trt't.1rx .mtl Yntror liurmr. to-.mnoumcr of 'I Q n Campus C .ipcrx 231.4 4,5 ,qu 'Un Sz 'l 'i t' I 1? ' I.Lft to rlght Rcgirmi Stumrt Sluron XY'1lkcrxon 'luhn Mutm Harry Swaxmtorm Don Thorpu' NH! Sfwrz ui Huy lidfllixlx '1 7c.UlH'c? ,Sanz KJV, Pu mfg III Pu mfg fx! .4 .M 1 aP...,.I: ffm Imffu U '.f,'.'Iv. yt ,ff rin Back row, lclt to right. Chile' Coffin, Harry Botsliord, Mitlclinc Hill, Clara Bucholz Cherie Charlchois, Pat Cook, Beth Boyd, Kc-nncth Davis, Mart Brunner, Kirk Barkdull Bill liurnx Iiront row: Mika IDL-Grout, Gerry f lmpin, john ltrrlwcr, Milton Burnett, Gary Baugus, john Bonatci, john Billet. lines Alnano. john Aldava. link row, lctit to right. Batty MLDL-rniitt, Muilyn K.1m', Edith Ditkb, Carol Hartwig, Mutry Ellis, julld GlCI1I10f1. jean Hanxcn, Gcorgia I.ipp.1rclli, joan Hansen. Front row: George Kirkxcy, Kenneth Durham, lfrnic Hollar, llrlc Kiln-y, john Flumining, jim Hicks, Doug Hclzcn, Frank Hernandez, Bob Goldsbcrry, Dan johns. of' Q,Q..f 553 if f 11. 9, -:D 8 v fn u ,da .4 ' ! ali sighs. Saphvmares 'r . i all AS XX'l2 END THIS MOST SL'C.C.l2SSlfL'l. YEAR VOR 'I'Hl1 CLASS Ol: "SG, we lools back at our at hievements of the past months. W'e first of all had a very extellent body of offiters lcd by 'lohn Martin as Presi- dent. Harry Swainston, Vue Presidentg Sharon NX'illserson. Setretaryg Regina Stewart. Treasurerg and our representatives. Mary Hatupis and Don Thorpe. I-'rom the Sophomore Class tame two of the three cheerleaders, Linda Steniger and Mary Ellis. Many Sophomore boys were attive in all sports with several of them earning their football letter. XVe topped the year off by sponsoring a terrific Soph Hop and class picnic. So now as we are about to leave for another summer. we look forward with much enthusiasm to our becoming upperclassinen at Eff H.S. yreslzmeri We. the members of the class of "i7." have put a big year of work and activities behind us. Our class showed the "old school spirit" by starting off the year by whitewashing the We ended the year with a very successful picnic in the spring. Our offiters were: Paul Stott, Presidentg janet Bellinger, Vite Presidentg Rosie Olin, Secretary: Barbara Landa, Treasurerg and Renee Sawyer and Albert Garamendi, Rep' resentatives, Our sponsors were Miss Grise and Mr. Hansen. The class won the coveted Curtis Subscription Drive and was treated to a picnic by the Pohob Staff. XVe also held a tlass party with great success. As lfreshmen we were well represented on the Honor Roll, in sports, and in music organizations. XVC were very proud to have our candidates. Rosie Olin and Leo Peters. elected King and Queen of the Harvest Ball. And now we are looking forward to being the next Sophomore class in E.C.H.S. .v , AC .W 4' '1- 1 5 5 ', 2. - Ok XM Jfiw M ff L., ?resl1mc11 -,.,f" "' ,,.f- hl, 1543. el I' C Jr .1 ml 33 -' - f Ci V X Q X 511 fl . ga .1 1 .-at 4-.. A, Left to right: Rcncc Sawyer janet Ballinger Barbara Landa ,Y,,,, Rose Marie Olin Paul Scott r..r...w. In back: Albert Garamendi 3 I s. Glrl Repre.nentafi1'e Vire Preridenl , ,,,,, Trefuurer Serretary Preridenl Boy Repferenlati ve s . ., N., B, ,. M hun,,,.,, "Y eww wan., :u.,,,.ww4 in slum-:Q-NG" '- .',""' -H-- Mum, -. 10 ..-f""".',-r -s ...- u 1- .,,,,,-'."? L V ,f l lard." nxqu E . ., 'iw , ,"",---' ,.,.,,, -M-'A' " f' il l 'H-wma .,, ,- M73 1 Y I I X l ll, I ll Qld' . lfmnt row, left to right: Bmtrilc' Bully. Betty Brown. -l.1m't Ballinger. vlo.m Bauman. l5.lrlmr.1 limst, Gwen lirovvn, Milldlc ww' Bxlly Boguc, Homin Bill, Ruth Botsford, llllcn linrlwr, l.mct l'vl'.1I1kl9OI1, Nlmv fl.1ICQ, -ldflllt' linllwlmm, Cliff' C.1fLlI1L'f lfront row: Allwrt C1.lr.umr'nl1. Allxrt lflting, Mutm Cgpriolg. Cllylon :XLl.u11x. Dam Dc Vorc. fxllL'5lL'Y lluyn-r,Gurll0r1 Chllclagcr liuli ww. lctr to right: Kg' l.c.1r, ll,1rlw.1r.x l.lull.l, M.1l1lmm ll0llLr, Row Mmm Ulm, liugum' -lulmstomg lfstcr lNIcCi.mm, M11-af Hulvlmrd, Blllllllk' -lunwu, li.1tl1l4cm Ullllmm. S.llhlf.1 Krlnka, lkglgy' .lo Nolwlc, liunun Mlllot, l.L'VVIN Kmglmt. XX'.1lrLr ,l.x.lmom, Ifrom row, ll.lfl'l' l.1yp.1rcll1, lillxxxml Kite, Eugene Montrose. -lolm l.LIlWlWL'Il, Gordon ulolmxton, lion ilolms, llulnl Nell. FWS il I X ' I YA- . T" f'Q'v'. e. 'il j 'Tv-"' ...M -Q X Organizalians Q PAl'l.lNlf GRISF .1.1'z v' EDITORIAL STAFF ,- I Z -13 ng, -.5 -I I ANDRA HIZRGIYR lflfllffr 'l'l1L' l'klllUI'l.ll staff uf the POHOB ix nn klhlfilll' lvl -the wrlta-ups and xulw- lNliNlUI1 ul pages for printing. 'llm group imlullu, loft tu rnght lfmntb, D Hn llwrpc, Runmc Smith. Amlm c-rgcr. Margin- Turner. llmlkj S.ll'.lll 'l'rcmcw.in, l'.1ul Sum, Curinnc Surcn- scn. and May Ellis, EDITOR. BUSINESS MANAGER nnll ASSISTANTS 'l'l1c l'OHUl5 "Sli" vnu umlcr Illc lC.lxll'!'Nl1lP nf. Il-fr In rxlulmt. lNl.1r.l1ic Turm-r, .uxxxrlnt ulitur: Amlm lin-rgcr. 1-ll'twr1 Chu- XY1gu1ns, l1l1Nlf'ICSN m.ln.1- hum-rg .mll Ml-lm Lsmlm. .uxixmnt lum- nus m.m.1uz-rg vslw Spl-nt many lwurs tuwull m.1l-clng ilu' bunk .1 SLILKCNS, Bfisi clflNL' was tlu- .nlwxur E X. I. B. ' . .... , -.,,, 8 ff-I SS" xW '10 Ir: Im "Q H HININICSS 5'l'AI'lf MAYI' XX KKJNN If-'1 w",'c 'X .H1f,'.14w r wmv Nutt wt the IOHUH IN :ML uw fl? .Q 5 lun-uw --r Nmdcnu ulw I gnthnr .ni xmnlwsnrlptx-vm fur thc lmlhwh mi mlm mm uf rin mwnu' rmttcrx It xx rrxln- vp --t lvrt tw rnght Hn-ntl. Nh Iv,1 - Q. Hrlun Urnxuuvll. IJIHINC PM-ll. ,Llmll I Z A N1thnrI.1r1J. Vntwr liurmr. Hunk! Cum- ' lll1jQif1N, Iwnn Burns, -lug Turnrr, .md . l,vn Pm 'ff O x v-xr' I'HO'I'Ol,RAPHY STAFF x ,v 3 f x Y C' x 1 3153 Bill ,I-.lfUIT'ICl', Clmrluttc Rcscr, I..u'ry Fr .,.4 ,, The phutugr.1phy Nuff of the POHOB turn-xA Thu group ns nude up uf Hmukj nntzcn. ffmntl vhnlcll Samun. Rollin ogg:-, .and -lohn Hur1.u1i. 5 mku the Y.lI'iUllN 1I.ux-.at-work. .assem- bly, d.1nw. .md .xrnun-i-time-Qumpus pic- AK f, F 1 Y MR ISROMI- 5I1f,i, fi JEAN f'AINflNO ,intl l,Ul'ISl7 PADI! fi 'ILL-1 if Saga lilko Highs sthool m.1g.1zine, the Sagebrush Saga, vspis issued qirirterly uniler the sponsorship of Mr, Brome. Members of the Business Iinglish rl.iss made up the staff under the ln-.idersliip ot' to editors Louise Paoli and jean Cariiino. During the yur, ten girls iontributed their time in mimeographing .md typing. The Saga is composed of material submitted by the linglish III .mtl IV tltissus. lt contains stories, poems, special features and, of course, gossip. The Sz1g.i is distributed by De Laureola. tontl row, left to right C..lrmeIe I5.Ar.rint.i, Ylune Skipviorth. D.rrltm Ii-x. Doris Aguirre ,Linlit- 'iIli.ims, Mr Hrome First ri-vu Robcrm Sriintit-rs. -loin Cirriinii. Louist- Paoli, Iiuerlx' Duik, Iuiiy' Aihms. Ruth Hloswni 3 I in , sl""'X.7'- -' rw A ff 2:23535 PN HIRKIVR Coiuxxi soiuwrx language 671116 The l..lIl.2Qll.13QL' fluh. under the iheine, "The Xlforlel is Our Neighborhood," enjoyed -I WU' Nl1HCNSfiUl yiwlf, The Klub, sponsored hy Miss XY'oll'e, held monthly meetings for rhe oiilxtxriilirig Spanish .innl l..1tin stullents. The following olificere were aptly lhosen for the first semester: Analra Berger, Premlent, 'le.in C.iinino, Vile President. Lorinne Sorensen, Seiret.1ry-Tre-.isurerg Vietor Burner, SCl"QL'.ll1l'.ll-IXFINS. Uliliimers for the second semester were Corinne Sorensen, Prewlent. Liriiiele ll.lI'.llI1k.l, Yue President, Sharon XY'ilkerson, Seiret.iry-Tre.isurerg .lerry Tliompxon. SL'fi21L'.lI1f'.1l-AFIITS. l'-iorrli iou, left to right lioh Uolilsheiry. Raul l-lernnnilef. Chan Griswold, Don Thorpe. Enos 'll.i..ino. Alrrul Cionmlef. llit Xlfines. ,larry lhompson. Third row. Donna Vfhite. Cieorghi Lipper- illi, Mary HID, Violet Matin. Ylo.in ll.inxen, lftliel Wfise. -loxephine Bilhoa, hilary Hiitupis. N.iniy 'lNulx.iinoto, llattx Miliennon, M.irgiL lurner. Seionil row: .lLlll.l Glennon, Amt.: Arous- tigiiir Doloiu Cioiiouliei. l'e-iggx' Silernoni lwlirh Dulles, M.irilee hfhlllflhifl, B.irh.1r.i Roylnnie, Nimh 'l'iiinux.in, Di.inn.i Rini. Ci.irmelc l5.ir.iim.i. llirst row. Cl.irol Ciuisti. 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Tr 'l .h141'N. .1T1'l'. .11 11.111 ' 0 Pnwderzl Mike Henna-n. President and Melxd Lynch, Vue President Masque and Qldlfff link row. left to right: lf.1il R.1smussen. Nike HL-nnen. Bill 'l'.1pp, linos Ar.m.nl.i. Lynn liurns lfionr rim Mr Ri-huts. 5.lI'.ll1 Treme- w.in, BlCll.l Lynrh. -l.1ncll Sutlwrlanri. 'loan Kern, "ff J ,wi THlfSl'lAN OlflilCl2RS ouise Paoli. SCL1'L'l.lI'fv'-pl-l'CdiL1l'CfQ The highest honor in the field of dra- nutns is the Masque and Gmel, Hard work and long hours are the main requi- sites in reecix ing this award. Masque and Gavel is not Ll separate organization, but is mther Ll part of the Thespmn Club. 'val NIV Rl'MNl'Y -IANELI. Sl"l'Hl2RI.AND S," f. fr PM :.fif.'.' Txxeiity'-sexeri lngh stepping girls h.ne nurthetl into the llL'.lI'lh of l2C,llS sports lI.lllS. The Pep If girls h.ue entertained during half time .xetivities at football and basketball Kig.inies. The ilrill te.un, tonsisting of junior and senior girls. helpetl to sell titkets for the AA K h.1inpionship football garne. The Pep lf, tl.ul in nmroon xkirts, white blouses. .intl maroon ties, were led by 'I.1I1Cll Sutherltntl, President, anal Shelia Xlfaage, drill leader. Miss Rumsey is sponsor, lfirxt ron. left to right: N. 'INuk.1rnot.a. I.. Paoli. C. liuisti, VI. Kern. C. Cooper. M. Lynth. S. Ntewmrt. M. Knoxxlex, M. Turner. Seioml row: DI. Hughex, D. Fohes. C. l5.1r.1im.1, VI. Sutherlanel, I. Ael.irnx, li. NLKQ-nnon, S. 'lifCIIlL'V.1l'l, S. XX'.i.ig.ge. A. Berger. 'lhirtl rowt G. Xwiggins. -I. XX'illi.uns. VI. bkipworth. C, Reser. -I, lioniuti. H. Grixwolil. C. Ellison. C. Son-nge-ri. -I, Cgmino, 11:11.12 s-.nn 4 'Y '06 G' 4 . Q X I 1? UC rv' Avo Q a C if 'G Y 75 af. Y 7' M R. IQDSAH. 'WN' 48 K' MR. MIZNTAHITRRH CHI! K ARNl"l'll glock 5 The Block lf, in its 59th year ol' orgtmizatiori, added another suetessful year to its .lIlFl.llS. Composed ol' lettermen in toothall. tr.rtl4, and lxtslaetlull the ortgginizntion is one of the highest goals of e.1th athlete. This ye.1r it sponsored .1 dnnte .ind patrolled the assemblies, halls, .tnd tainpus, Serving as President this yL'.lI' was Chunk Armuth, the Vice President was Chan Griswold and Clrilvin XY'iggrns served as Set ret.1ryfTrer1surer. The sponsors were Coaches lfdsall and Mentnberry. lfront row, left to right: Peterson, VC'ill1.1ms. Nelson, F. Ne-mel, flohh, De Vivre. C. Nenzel. Wiiggins. lsliddle row: Nr. llxlklll, llurns, Hitks, Thorpe, lilting, Wines, Aguirre. Gonzalez, Arrnuth, Nr. lNIent.iherry. link row: Porter, Goitoethe-.1. Griswold, Quitle C.rpr1ol.1. Smith, Blassie. Domingo, Turner. .md Thonms, fi k 544 2 1 ' , 5 UQ m sl, 4 la. L mu I1f1 fI1v1.',1I ,IM-1rl111w.1r1 HHN Ntpw A ,gf xx111111u11 Nlwxal. 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Pettrsorm, A C,i-itiviilitiis IS. Vlohns. l. Al.n.ino, I Aguirre, lx Ziign Middlt row -l fh.ipin H Antlme, lx. l.e.1r, D bltnnon. A lxho lx ltirktiiill li. Ulohns, YI, P.itt.ini. Mr ll.instn link row ll llt.ily, D Nhdrp, N Dnml. lx li.niing.irt:ntr, li llitlxs. li Pliner .ind I lit-id 9. 37.,4. Although this OI'g.1I1lZ.lll0I1 is one ot' the newest .tt lf.Ci,ll.S., it is lar from being the least attiw, The flying tolors of torn gold .ind niltional hlue h.1N'e been proudly displayed .lt many .utilities during the p.1st two ymrsi Among the outst.inding events in which the lf.l".A. boys have p,1rtitip.1ted were two llarvest Balls, mlllles, J distritt and state tonxention, two National l".lf.A. XX'eeks. 44 mdio programs, it parents and sons get-to-gethcr, and an .ill school assembly. Yes, the Ruby Mountain Chapter of the Future lfarmers of Aineritir .ire proud to he .1 p.1rt ol' the lflko County High Sthool. BILL JOHNS Pnrideul -in -QUT pl MR. HANNFN ""Q'SQuo ,4l'fll7lfl6'S ance Kumi A most welcome addition to school musit aetivities is the newly organized dame lW.lllkl. This six pieee sensation has played lor a number ol' danees during the year. It tan truthfully be said that this organization has the support of the Student Body. Third row, left to right: R. Hogge. J. Samon. P, Stott, D. Snow. E. Ditks. Seeond row: F. Smith. A. Madsen. K. Oldham, C. Vfehb. N. Sutherland. B. Pattani. H. Botsford. F. Hernandez. R. Stewart. J, Hansen. rl. Hansen, W. Smith. C. Hartwig. C. Bllihllll. First 5 Wilkersmwn, M. Hatupis, D. Reeanzone. I.. Rusentrantl. li. Dunk, G. Brown. M. Lynth, B. Landa. L. Tremewan. S, Wfaage, A. Hatupis. vl. XX'allotk. R. Sawyer. C. Sorensen. G. Weaver, Mr. Moss, 5 g. ' liaih.ii.i l..ind.a. Renee Sawyer. Sharon W'illu-rson. liolx Pattani, Edith Dieks. BOB PATTANI Hand The band at lf.C..H.S.. under the direttion of Mr. Moss, has been one of the more active school or- ganizations this year. Small though it may be, the hand has shown much pep playing at hall games and assemblies. The band has partici- pated in three concerts this year and made a good showing at the Music Festival in Winnemucca. Everyone is looking forward to! larger, better organization next year. .Z fbfx. 4. w 4 ,..11v12'.g.,,,'uu-. --gf..--xi, c.w,uvzAv NU' AHA LAHL 'Viz , 'K T11 . ,, Y-1:8 -4 41 , I l fr KA'I HHTN OI DHAM ANN MADNIIN ITRAXC IN NMI I H MK Mihxx J ' 'ur N-1rm.m Imlux hum- Nknpxx-vzrlm, IS--Tw P.ifI.lI'll X.m.x lxkuzxmatw. Mr. 51115--. Cmlnm- N-vrnruwrm. ,lm-.an Ixcm, Mplm Ixmh g. 4 Y nn, 6 , .13 w 1 TX- 'a 3 "1 Y ,.' ..- N ' 4 0 3 1 1 i 4 1 J . Thlni mu. lvft tw rl Lltm 4 s in 1 x sr n m K L Cyvun Hmmm MIL wi lynn I'l.lX'lNlH. huh II Namm-n H xrrx lin N xv r 1 mu H.lYh.1l'.l l.m.i.1, I UUINL I rumu in nu iwur N 1 ,Imax wax N.mq Ixulmmmutmm Cu n N num -rn Q nrt N ll XX'1lkcr-N-m vlunc :ws vrtm 1 1t1 Du il"v0l"1?'- C303 Qefifgiig " 'vm L I' lhml row, left to right: Berger, Mastin, Ditl-ts. liruwn, Kern, Guisti, Turnipseed, XX'i1age, Ellis, Stcniluer. licllinger, Siithcrlantl. Taruin. Cilnirlelmis. Crunk. Sharp, Skipwnrth, BI'QibhgiIT1, Fubes. Sawyer, Long. Seiontl rim: Smtti l..ind.i, Vent. Smith. Wehh, Salintlc-rs. Olin. Sainsury, Biinatci, lfrantlscn, Trwne, Sutlierlantl. Young, Noble, Hansen, Tsukiunoto. Hansen, Pitcher, Hatupis. llutsfortl. Mtflann. l'rtli1lil, First row: Rt-ser, Sorensen, Madden, Ellison, Bucholz, Krenlca, Skip- wurth, Boucher, Oldham, lirust, Rc-ser. Rosenkriintz. Viorthem. Rahl, Wilkersimn, Turner. Bauman. Stewart, Hnrtvvig, Griswold, Mr. Moss. I4 A 1--4 gm ' 516 jL'NE SKIPWORTH The accomplished Mr. Moss led the Girls' Glee Club to success during the past year. The mingled voices of the girls enthralled audiences at the Fall Music Festival, Teachers Institute, and the Christmas program. The Glee Club also performed at the District Music Festival in Winnemucca and the April "Pops" concert. Homecoming U16 Parade Che Kally F' F EL Fhf Dance ffamcraming Hammitfcf 'l'hird row. left to right: Frank Aguirre, Louie Alacano, juclell Samon. Victor Burner. Bing Massie. Albert Goicoechea. Charles Armuth. Second row: Mr. Laibly, Ronnie Smith. Sarah Tremewan, 'lean Camino, Carmele Barainca. -lanice XY'illiams. Sheila XX'.iage. Mary Ellis, Gaye Wiggins, Regina Stewart. l.inda Steniger. Pat Cook. Gale Sutherland. Doris Aguirre. Nancy Sutherland, First row: Carol Ciuisti. loan Kern, Bill latomccr. Earl Rasmussen. Ed Nelson. Del Recanzone, Mike Hennen. Enos Arrascada. Fred Zaga. Melva Lynch. Andra Berger. - Homecoming Homecomings may come and go, but it is doubtful that the fifth annual Homecoming will ever be forgotten. Carefully laid plans began falling into place at the Pep Assembly on Friday, November 8th, under the able leadership and vast experience of Mr, Laibly, the sponsor. Enthusiasm began to run high from the very start of this great annual event. The sophomores and freshmen outdid themselves in providing material for the big bonfire Friday night. Along with rousing cheers, songs, speeches and the lighting of the they finished off the spirited Pep Rally with a cavalcade of cars parading through the streets of Elko. Perhaps the largest and most colorful parade in the schools history was witnessed Saturday prior to game time, with floats, horses, a cleverly decorated red convertible bearing the queen candidates, and five bands including White Pine, Carlin Schools, Elko Grammar, Elko High, and the fabulous Arabs. Immediately after the parade the big event of the day, the game with our traditional rivals, the White Pine Bobcats, took place. Apparently the enthusiasm of the day was contagious enough to catch fire with our football team which chalked up an impressive win, Half-time activities were highlighted when co-captains, Alfred Quick and Albert Goicochea, shared the honor of announcing the very attractive queen, Delphine Recan- zone, to reign over the festivities. The finale of the days busy activity followed that evening with the beautifully deco- rated Homecoming dance and crowning of Queen Delphine. Was Homecoming a success? YES? It will be long remembered by all students and alumni. 'Z ll 0 W1 if 6 6 C 0 P1 ' L l sg 4 J -V-K ft ,lmmn Kem l.md.n Stnumnlgcr Mary llllx Kheerleadcrs l'ndcr the lc-.ldcrxlup ul' l.1nd.1 Stcmngcr, ln-.ld lllurlcmlcr .md .lmm Kcrn .md Mnry lllus, .1ss1sz.mt llmcclunlcrx, thu sllwul spmt ul lf H5 nm' rw yu-.11 llL'lj,:lllS, Xlforlurugg mscly vutlm thc Pep Clulw .md Mr. ldulwly, the Pop flulw spunwr. they wld rad lute d studumflwdy birds. helped III lllillltkwllllllll l'l.mx .md urlgdnnxul Pup Axscmlvlncs. lfcmr thu-xr footlull umlwrmx tlmq llwxc mdrlwn Hurd sl.ulxs with wlntc pullmcr 'caters And L1 IU.ll'Ul1Il I11L45j.lIWllOI1L' vxlzlm l f ll S, lm lt Their lulskctlmll umforms were vulmxtc lord yumpcrx .md IILIFUUII mlm lwluusu lf! .H,S. would llkc to um'L1r.1tL1l.xtc nhl- xl1CL'FlL'.l1lL'I'S U11 .1 julw we-ll dum' Sparfs GAW4. Haan! GAA, tomposed of girls interested in athletics, had Ll very suetessful year, Kickball, volleyball, basketball and baseball were some of the sports the girls enjoyed Besides its athletits, GAA sponsored a gay reverse dame in the sprung, Z' MISS RL'M5EY DORIS AGUIRRIE Pm rideut 'I 1 1 ....,,f, Q., . ' .,.,,. I5.u Li K.4un.I4rx, D Auunrrn' N 'Iurmvmn S Stufmrt. N Iwmh Imnt ww .I Adnmx I, Pmwlx. - -, H, ,-.,-. ,f -,.....bY,,4 + ,A -, 1 -Q 1 .Lv K W nm D XX'nrtIum I NI-cxpuf-rth I fmmnrf. I W'nll1.amx, I. I.uIcwn, R, Blmsom, R I I 'A C, I5.ar.nirn.1 N 'IKuk4umwtu.INI,Kr1uwIc-xf KIUINII, I Kun .mtl D Ifnwrbg-s link rwv A Aruuxtcqul, 'I I'nlIw.1, D. cI0lx0l1I!l.l MuI.Ilc nm 5 P.1QI1IHy. D. Sm-w, C. Ellisun. li fxfgkg-nnun-f R1-wr If VUN' I Run- Fu-nt um D 'I'ItIINXK.lD Cf Suu-II, D RL-Lanzonc. H, Cirnwuld. I I5un,14gl,fWf Turner ,4,,,L,,.,, .- I . I A ., K1-. v-G 3 A .i ....-v...., L kxyxf ' A 1 Y 4' W-+ L C ' I xl: 'Y c 3. Back row: M. Hatupis, J. Hansen, J. Hansen, W. Smith, C. Bucholz, C. Hartwig. Middle row: S. Wilkerson, G. Weaver, B. Boyd, B. Ward, C. Charlebois, P. Cook, D. Toothman, H. Sellars. Front row: P. Sigmon, R. Stewart, L. Steninger, M. Ellis, M. Kane, S. Sewell, and C. Webb. Back row: E. Olin, P. Skipworth, K. Oldham, krantz, R. Sawyer. Middle row: G. Sutherland, Jensen, J. Frandson, S. Krenka. Front row: B. Landa, S. McCann, S. Young, C. Webster. Sharp, G. Turner, B. Brust, H. Reser, L. Rosen Brabham, B. Sainsbury, B. Saunders, H. Rayl, B Wise, T. Pitcher, L. Tremewan, J. Bellinger I' K -0 .?00f e Q COACH ITDSALI. COACH MFNTAISERRX XX'ith I5 returning lettermen, the Elko loothall squad he-gan .1 very successful season. The Indians started the season lw turning l1.11k .1n 1114111-r l111n1l1 ol, XX'inneinu11.1 liutkaf roos hy .1 store of 26-6, The Indians then played host to .1 strong Twin lfalls team whith downed the Indians hy .1 more ot' liao. The following week the Indians handed .1 visiting Rupert, Idaho, team 11 20 to 7 setback. The Indians went on to win the next tour out ot' tixe gaines. losing to .1 xery strong 'leroine team. XX'ins intluded in this record were Hawthorne. lfallon, and Sparks. The highlight ol' the season was an im- pressixe win oxer the XX'l1ite Pine liol'-tats hy' .1 more of 17-IU. The Indians won for the se1nnd year in .1 row, .1 revolving trophy, which is given to the winner ot' the lflko1XY'h1t1 Pine tgaine e.11h Year. The te.1m thus ended the regular season with 6 wins .mel 2 lOsses, lilko gained the right tu Play the winner of the Southern "AA" Conferente hy win' ning the Northern "AA" Conte-renee, In this game. held on Thanksgiving day at XV:1r- rior lfield. the Indians on1e again played the NX'hite Pine l5oh1ats for the State "AA" title The lllklllllw won the lllftl fought luttle hx' 1 store ul' N " thus hetomin the . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' -1 '.. 1 KLI State "AA" Champions. Honors tor the outstanding player .1nd team taptain went to Les Peterson and Charles Armuth respectively. Muth tredit should he given to Coaches lfdsall and Mentaberry for their long hours and nonstientious work. XX"ith0ut them the team Lould not have had the suttess it ohtained. l'1.11k row. lett to right: Mr, lfdsall. A, Cioieov.-1l1e.1. If. Nelson. A. lionzalef. R. Smith. A. Quuk. lf. Xtnftl. D Thoinas. Mr. N1-ntaherry. Middle row. A. Massie. l.. Holdren. f.. XXVIHPUUN- If Peterson. -I. Hicks, C. Griswold. bl. Cobb, C. Armuth. il. Noakes. Manager K. Lear. lfront row: Manager N. 'l'f.ll1Cl', D. Thorpe. li. Aguirre. A. Domingo. li, Hinks. R. Hernandez. -l. DCVUYC- Ci. PUl'll'Y,'l.'l'l1IDCI'. R. Paoli. W9 .fix 'an ,Q-lufia A 1955-ii?-1 -1 14 ELKO vs WHITE PINE Elko -------- -.-... 2 0 F21llOf1 ...,..... .......... I 3 Elko ........... ........., 3 3 Sparks ,.,,,,,,, Elko ........ ...... 4 7 White Pine ..,.. .....,. 1 9 "AA" CHAMPIONSHIP Elko.-mm 7 Jerome mm-20 Elko ....... .......... 2 8 Whlte Pme ANDY DOMINGO ALBERT GOICOECHEA BING MASSIE F1-lllbafk Fullbwk Quarterback, Second String All-State ........19 ........27 ALFRED QUICK Left Tackle Not pirlufed 43.20 AVAILABLE 'VL ,N 4"fYf'ii..z sq ' no-3 a - . .-...,-.,,. ffl, -. -lr .'-. . l--7, --. 'Q Lt A1- sll K..- - ..."2f'it.:q ' - A x .kwvx t:', A. XA . x.:.lL.y-A lu Ax . 2 .- Q. A .. .1 . X..-.,mgf- 1 4 .- Qf'..52'q!v.s'i'lfif-V5 ,- 4 " 1vvA"'t- 1 'L . 21 .-s -r.- , x '41 W Q' 'A, .4 -71"-,, 1 J..-V: U W ,l,- . ' .,-i fa . D' .2 .. I, 0 - ..- 1 -w "+A-vi-f"w+'fsHf 3 Q2 Hia Indians xlxx IX ll gg '14 mn, U ng B11 up IW nn rn r I LT I X IHILT N lN NCI W L 1 III XTLYFN x N gl 1 L ylwum Lrx LH N I Q 1 n L fklllfllllll XXL lm wk 1 x MNIS KX i fl'-IAN K RINXX Ol D I RUNXH Nh 1 flvmv 'IPI1 IFRRX C OBP. C114 Hd 1. U K fN1jN C and Ilm lflku Irlkxi Ifllw Flkw Ifll-uw Klku Iflku lflku Iflko CM. Varsity Wlflls Am, llllls -lord.m Coll. AS. Nu: Frosh. XVQIIS A VCP. XVP. XY'clls fidfllll , ww -.. -I2 ON 'KJ so 29 so Sf, sv 57 GARY PORTER ALFRED QUICK Faruurd Guard UJ f iDDII XFIAUN I 1 1 AI.HIfR'I' GOIFOI C HI A ' MUJ CMM Iilku 4' XY'1m1 44 lgllw 59 XV1 rmfq -ll Iillw 40 XY P 49 Ijllw 58 WCP. 46 Elko 40 XY'1rm 42 lllko 66 XXVIIHI SI Iflkw Q5 Carlin 27 ZONE Ifll-ao 43 NX'.P. 46 Iflko 44 XX'inn 47 DON XHOMAN CAIVIX xxlbbl-NN Wig 1 CHRI5 NENZEI. JOHNNX' L1ARTIN fnuurd Center 1 . ...-. .- 4- ,wwf--v- 'v 1 l 'ze Qt-nl 1156 ,K .gy lr. I f.+5,w 55 O XV 2 l . . . U' - , U 1 if V I. Y x 1 . l X ' 1 Y I xg E N K, Q. 1 , Y L. Xxx' I K 'L' ' junior Varsify Inj :Hu 11. X- mdk C l'.u.l C1 Nizurm XX' XX'wrtI11r1hutf'r1 D N111 ly r'x.f.nrm Nw-:ut nm int tw Huh! R Vmlll. I 5i4'f1'Iwv 5 XX L H ax L R lla:r1.ar1fw.kf Ii.rn.L-m, A Cf.1r.11:u'r1.f1 fw.1.h llnill Isnt rms lgrtr fl N'.k,:!'NNf'YW D I'w::w I Al.1k,1:11- Ii M.mf...'w H i1HI.fx?ur:x.li lip L11 fulfrcldss Ullzlmplalfs Y lll'1l0I'S H1 X rua IU! tw '1'h' lhwrru P ftrr lm vfhm XX.l"IIlN Kim 4 D Mlm. ma. I hm 1 . ..N. ...-.,1ULX. gp.. I-pmt nm, Xilwn. H1-ldrcn. Nmth. Qunlx. Ncnfrl .md llugtuu. 52+ , 4 ' 4 4 H 1 1+ N' -1 Q f f xl 3' Left to right: Frank Aguirre. 'lim Billett, Chutk Armuth, -lim Pattani. Fred Zaga. Lester Petersonk and Louie Alaeano, Not pietured' 'lim De Vore, lynn llurnsl ,md Don 'I'-,UNH Senior Age- Da fer One of the most outstanding basketball teams of the eentury. Tlllf SVNIOR AGI? DATIQRS. appeared sexeral times on the lotal tourt this year The senior squad had a very good season winning a few and losing a few. Although the seniors didnt hate n perlett retord, they always made it tough on the opposition This ambitious team packed the gym whenex er it performed The following roster reveals the talent that the senior team possessed. Starting at the center position was Chinaman C harley Armuth whose football taetits sent many an opposing and fellow players to the hospital. The first string forwards were jim DeVore, whom the team had to bail out of iail before every game, along with Frank "Basque" Aquirre whose stunts made many people collapse from apoleptie fits. Guards ineluded Louie "Shepherder' Alatano, who was the leading storer of the nation and his running mate, l.ynn "Digger" Burns, who was always "drumming" up business for his father during the game. Heading the list of reserxes was l.es Peterson, whose basketball ability was due largely to his fleet y beard. Other members were lfred Zaga, who missed mueh of the season from a ease of measles, jim liillett, whose fine style helped the team over the rough spots of the game, and Don Hllarmonita ' Tauffer, who was aequired from the Flamingo Hotel where he was starring nightly as a harmoniea soloist. The team was eoaehed by lim "Hot Rod" Pattani, who played in former years at Adobe Summit. His great coaehing ability lead the Seniors through a terrifit season, 4:23. 12. Third row, left to right: Milton Burnett, Gary Porter, jerry Cobb, Albert Goicochea, Calvin Wiggins, Charles Armuth, Enos Alacano. Second row: Don Thorpe, Frank Nenzel, Allen Massie, jim Williams, Harry Swainston, Dan johns. First row: Chris Nenzel, Duane Smith, Ed Nelson, Alfred Quick, Ronnie Smith, Andy Domingo. Crack A Elko Hi's '54 track team, under the auspices of Coaches Edsall and Mentaberry enjoyed one of the most successful seasons the school has ever had. The '54 track season was opened by the traditional Interclass Track and Field meet. The well balanced Indians journeyed to Provo, Utah, to participate in the B.Y.U. Invitational Meet. - The following weekend the j.C. Invitation Track Meet was held on Warrior Field. May Sth saw the Eastern Nevada "A" Track Meet staged on Warrior Field. Elko over- powered all of the other competition. The Indians entered a full slate of Thinclads for qualification for the State Meet held the following week in Reno. - 13" "" i x 1, . .ma fr' xx ., ,c .' V --fa WA!" ' l 3- LQ, Heaiures QD if .Q :Q 02510 ,gp Sl7PTl'HHl R S Sxhkhvl CHWCIM IUQS IOS! C AIINDAR ll lfxuld l3.1X'.lIlLl Scnmr lfmsh Ihmn IH fI"m-rlull, Elko .xt XY'1r1r1c111L1u.1 Jo lfm+tb.1ll,Txu11 Illllx .Lt lflko OC TOHIfR S lwwrlull. Rupert .Lt Iilkw H.lYX 9 I'.UOIlW.1ll, Ifllw .lt l'Al.l.XNlllOl'IlL' I' l'uutlW.llI. l'.xllon.1t Izlku SH Adrn1ssm11 D.1y Assumbly SI lioutlmlll. Siklrkx at lilku Smiw lI.lNX'klIIS Damc NOYIfMBliR 6-7 -Fifth Annu.1l Homcgoming 15-1 4 Sunmr Pl.1y. D.1tcXY'1th,ludy 20 fI'l1.1r1ksg1ving l"cstix'.1l 26-28 T1l.lI1kS3.IlNlIIg Vmatmrm L-st ISA DlfCQlfNHIlR ll lZlkw.1r Xvclls ll' lELlFCk.l .it l2llw IH Amg-m.m I'-.ills .lt Hlw IO- 'lord.m .lt Ifllw Suplwxnorf Hop Ii IIANVARY Y , . . N. l'msl1 .lt Llkmm .lt XVQIIN Q5 , l . of 'J XY'clIs li HXY'h:tc l"inc.1t lilku 16-ffXY'l1ituPir1c .lt Iflko Scmur XY'ulls.1t Iflko .lt CQ.1rI1r1 Pay Dam c WW 15 ff .lrlm 29- in XY'iI1IlL'lNL1LK.l nt Iilkn XYmncmuu.1 .lt Iflko Ylunwr P.1y Dance limi ut' lfnrsr Sum-stu-r 'P7 Q fr 3x - x Swv l 1 Qydlfx 1'-.wb una'-. ww 1 lfl l5lil'fXllY 'N XX-l11lLl,II1L'.lIl,lX fl XXllIIL'lJII1L'.lI I lx If l.Il1wWlIl lhy Awlmlwlx' li YlX',fJxxyl1u-.ll lllml 1' lJL'l..lLlVuvl.l lIlllI.lllUIl W XY':1lm-rm1ll.1.1I Xxllfliltlllllxnd QU XXl1r1r1c1n11u.1 .lt XXllI1I1L'lNLlLx.l fx lil" A Asscmlvlx' Jw ll.hlxuIlW.lll,f1.lfllI1.il lflkw MARC H 4 rw lfuurn Zum' lhskctlmlll Tournament fu lil-uk ll IDJDQC llfl 5 'Iumor Play flWlL1I'klCfLll Rnndomj IS Dnstmt ITH A Ruuml-up IHYJH State lhskctlull Tournament CAI.l NDAR APRII, 2 Plays Clumcrt Z -lL1murlJmm - r 1246 lgAxtcrX'4u.1twx1 gn 0 44-1 24 Mum lkst1x.1l .lr XXl1IlIlC'IHLlxu.1 MAY 1 Prm U Rn-l.1ys H' fli.lSfCI'U Zone Tank Mac! IS Clrls Pl.1yD.1y WIYWW All School Pl.1y w 2 J"'5CI1IOI-lDL'l-.1L1l'L'Ol.1 Z9 -Sunuor HAH UILTNIE ' B.ul.1l.1urc.1Ic 9-I0- SL-mcstcr lfxdms 1 I--Af ommcmcmcm Banque! ,.z,, I 0N,'. '1 G Classes al Wark IATIN I J . Vg! 2"-H un , - I. A R M N H U I Ulasscs at M K K H D R A W, I N U Wo rk GEOGRAPHY R777 Jil -fviiissfx -g.-,-- IIANIILI. Sl"I'Hl?RI.AND Ml?I,VA LYNCH Six delegates from lilko High wurc rt-prt'scnt.1tixcs to Girls' and Boys' State. Lynn Burns, Chan Griswold, 'lim Billet, Cllmrlcs Armuth took thc honors for thc boys while jancll Sutherland and Mclva Lynth were Girls State Reps, Our group ctunc out with .1 number ol' honors. Assemblyman and Assvmblywomcn topped thc list. V.1rious nity .Ind tounty otiliitcs wcrc held hy thc group Also. Congratulgtions, kids, E.C.H.S. is proud ot' you .ls our rcprcscnt.itix'cs. LYNN BVRNS, CHARLES ARMVTH, CHAN GRISVVOLD, jlM Ii ff. 4 C 1 n 5 ' l on 4 , f : "- Q' : ,Mech Winner Dmnnm 'lluutlmman was wmncr of ilu' lzlkw "I Spcullc Fur Democ- mly mntcst. She alw won sen- un-.l pills in thc smtc Luntcst. Cwngr.1tul.1t1unS. DL'.iDD.ll librarians Awxtnng Mrx. MlQuntun in the lnlwmry thaw ye-.ar ucrc: .lim Xxllllldlllx Dm Glcnnon, -Ic.m Cammo and Donna XxVUIll1L'l'11. Wag ufirler Cuffl likirrmxlu XX'1lm.1 Srmrlm and Clara Hu-lwlf. fl.1g1 twmrlcrs. were xccn murnlm- mg mth the lmml this yn-Jr, The girls .llw pa-rfmwuc-ll during lmlf-time at wuml lmukctlmll games. 4 I vw 0 I -. ampus Uaper Thu you rcprcscnnng IZCHS over thc air were Mclva Lynch and Vutor Burner, who Imndlcd thou' yuh uf brrmdmsting vary cffutlwly. WA 4. x X 5.67. 14.5. Note KJLIIIIHQ th: pmt xm: xurlu the ,114 'PLl'.lfIf'I1 I-7 Zlzx Pfkw IJAIIN Iru l':4w hm: X'X1g-guru .ami Nh 4'll.l XX'.1.1gn xx-'xkui f.x1!l1IL1lly md Jlllunrlx I-1 up-rt the m-ux uf H HN qs- I-Inf Dag Siam! Miw Ciutfcliinli hfrx. NQQLHSIUU .lflki Mugu Turner unc- i.ll'jll'iX rxwpivnxiivlc' fur tln xiiiiuxfiil 1-pcratiiiri uf thi- Hut Dug Stanii during the Ifiwcvtiull Sculwn. -an fix Hamecaming ,4 Ward I.iiI R.iN!I.kINNlIl .znii 11.1 Nnlwn wi-in ifciviitiif xiwii.il imihilx in Mr I,.iii'-ly im uiiik .iiwxi .inf ivisifnii the i.iIl -ir iiiifi .fi.:img lim Hiiiiiiiiiii'iri.g win' i'I.iI1UIX XX'.l.l.QL', .mil Iunc Skip- xwrrh, .xiwmp-.xnicd by Amin Borgir wcrc iiniirii singing at ii.inic-X. assemblies. and fur miriwus iivii' func' tiiwnx 4 . l ,N 'Hin Girls' Triiv. 'Lmcll S ii t li c r I ii n ii, Shciiil ui qgessuultllf " We Wxsh to Express Our Deepest Appreclatnon to the Flko Countx Advlsors Whose GIHCIOUS Support Has Made Poss1ble the Publncatlon of Thxs Book THE 1954 POHOB STAFF FLIGHT INSTRUCTION Crop and Sagebrush Spraymg Range SaI+ang Alr Tax: EL AERO SERVICES M n cpal Arpor+ Phone 28J EII:o N ada SNACK BAR Ne I' fo Ihe Co rf House o Ne ada Compl menis of Central Market MEATS and GROCERIES Phone 36 ELKO NEVADA CONGRATS' ELKO SUPER SERVICE Phone 432 W I39I Idaho S+ree+ Congrafulahons +o +he Sensors WHITE APPLIANCE C0 729 Idaho S+ EIIro Ne a For The Fmesf In Famlly Enferfalnmenf Hs The MOTOR VU WHERE YOU SEE THE STARS UNDER THE STARS Wes? of EIIco SNACK PLAY BAR GROUND u I I i T - , ev x u , ALWAYS 6000 FOOD Compleie Home Furnishings V , I y da I . . EUGENE F WINES The Bacon Makin Man Frozen Food Servnce 245 Te 'rh SI Pho e 74I ELKO NEVADA CLUB 449 ER 449 Railroad Sfreef ELKO NEVADA Harry Llparellu Lldo PuclneIIl Lundberg s O Box 3 HOME BAKERY 4'Ih and Idaho o Nevada Phone 3 I 7 Phone 220 EIIro Nevada CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 54 THE STORE FOR MEN C Ne ada Malte Your Nex+ Ha+ a 'From Manhans n . n ' ' I P. . I I HUGH PARKER EIIr V INTERNATIONAL MARKET WATCHES DMMONDS FRESH MEATS FANCY GROCERIES Fresh Fruuls and Vegelables COX Jewelry Fancy Foods from All Parfs of flue World Co N Walclwes HAMILTON d ELG-IN WATCHES ELKO FLOOR COVERING RED HAMMOND R R Str Hued Tableware The Golden o a a Dlrllyle FOR FOR OUALITY G-ROCERIES BETTER FOOD Shop at SEWELL'S Meats and Grocerues 560 IDAHO STREET ELKO NEVADA 5l4 mmercial Sf. Ellco. evada E+erna-Ma+ic lSelf-Windingl an 23l . . eel Ph ne ll52 Ellno, Nev d ' ' A I ' Wm 'E E ., fi ' Y .i . ra 'L . fi 'v what a Party rush Pu 0 s huldlng who I p 'ro What s L p Vlnkp A Cong Balluma' kxhpu 5 rho R Bov 1 C- YP lu o Tn 1 Thr Bed Brokc Excusg ML No Wo' Mom Parrwmv Idxmr Audra Sarah T Come To Me Oh What I-un Sarah and Lou On Fpllax Lum Many Vlmcy am. Moo. Slv Look Halloween Dame Gossxru C gmu I Y, . a av' 4- I' as b T - ' X ' Q w 1 Q ' A ' Q n V-4: IK' ,' ' .lf I -4 I lv ' t ' ,JF N Q 3 0. V1 a A 1 ff, b 7 .. X f I . A ' , v A M -A , . 5 x V, Mi 'I if if La Qu., il .I ' mai 9 f' f Qi fs' C QW- ,, ' .. 1 F in , .,' I V' . a r A 4 , l . , .Q . . 5 ' 4 , 1 ,.: Ig ,HK -51: A, 'S A fan fl , ,131 , ,f' A' ,A 'l . bl Wh ' 1' 'V 7 'XE f'p i ' . ' 1 .1 . L - ' Q 1 " T. 'H hi 21 ' H Y: " .A' . ' 'L , 2 ' : ' O. K. RUBBER WELDERS Complele Tire Service Al' fhe Junclion of Highway 40 and Mounfain Cify Highway DAVID M. ROGERS Elko. Nevada Phone 6l6 Congra+ula+lons +0 lhe Graduales' A D MACHINERY COMPANY 25l W Commerc al o Nevada ELKO BLACKSMITH SHOP Weldmg and General Repaur lron Tank and S+rucfural Work SAMSON ETCHEBERRY and FRANK ARREGUI Congrafulal ons From HARRY M GALLAGHER D D S MORRIS F GALLAGHER D D S THOMAS H GALLAGHER D D S Elghlh and Courf ELKO NEVADA Complimenls of CAVE MOTEL and COFFEE SHOP Wesl' End of Elko Elko Nevada Congralulalo s 1' The Sen ors CARL S CAFE Wesf NEVADA VULCANIZING WORKS 640 Commercial PHONE 25 TIP TOP DRESS SHOP F rsl' Na+ onal Bank Bu Id ng ELKO NEVADA ' in 0 . l 1 . l of EH' Elk Elko Nevada Elko Nevada l ' ' ' " a i 1 i SALES PARTS SERVICE Sanger and Ofher Machmes ELKO SEWING MACHINE CENTER 336 Idaho SI'ree+ Congra+uIahons H C STEVENS CO DEPARTMENT STORE 7+I'1 and Idaho WRIGHT 81 EARDLEY ATTORNEYS AT LAW d o Congrafulahons To The Class of 54 DR JOE INGERSOLL IT S DUPONT S For The Bes+ an Drugs PHONE 75 ORVILLE H WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW N d DR L D SMITH ROOM 202 B STEPHEN COMISH D D S ELKO NEVADA R He de g EIko Nevad Firsi' Nafional Bank Building EIko eva Complimenfs of 402 Henderson Bank . . . Buil Ing Henderson Bank uilding Elk Nevada oom 204 . n rson Bank Buildin VVhe+herI+s Jeans or FormaIs We Take Special Care IDEAL CLEANERS JOHN d LARRY CARSON 566 R ELKO DISTRIBUTING ARDEN MILK AGENCY Box 630 Phone 8I CONGRATS CLASS OF 54 GREGORY BROTHERS Ph 250 Elk N d The Texas Co D M CUISTION O 66 CONGRATULATIONS And Besi' of Luck Io 'rhe GracIua+es BELLINGER MOTOR CO CARLESON MOTOR CO CHAMPION MOTOR CO WARREN MOTOR CO HARRIS MOTOR CO NEVADA MOTOR CO PAUL SAWYER MOTOR CO VAN LEER 8: HARRIMAN MOTOR CO ELKO COUNTY AUTO DEALERS an Phone 207 iver Dis+ribu+ors ' Cgnsignee TIDEWATER ASSOCIATED OIL phone 2l2-W EIeven+I'1 and Commercial one Q, eva S Elk Nev d CARTER HOTEL ELKO NEVADA Par+ies and Banque+s J. LESLIE CARTER Phone 430 540 Idaho S+ CIuny's THE HOUSE OF CHARM CIe and Uny 5+h S+ ELKO NEVADA For Exper+ PIumbmg and Heahng Servrce CaII WIGGIN S PLUMBING and HEATING PHONE zsb Congra+uIa+uons Sensors from uaIr+y Home Furmshrngs COOK FURNITURE COMPANY TOBY'S RICHFIELD SERVICE TOBY HAMMOND S 8: H Green S+amps 4+h and Idaho S+. EIIco Nevada NUGENT'S CHlLDREN'S SHOP Wearrng AppareI Elko Transfer and Storage 570 C S+ PHONE 350 DAN REARDON PLUMBING HEATING 386 ree+ 5I7 Idaho S+. EIIco, Nevada ommercIaI ree+ EIIco Nevada EIIco Nevada 5+h and Silver Elko, Nevada Phone l80-W 460 Commercial I'0m THE EL DORADO CLUB CHARLIS and JIM OCARROLL Elko Nevada BEST WISHES FROM The Haas Brothers EAST 2ND STREET RENO NEVADA Congratulations to the Class of '54 f .4 '39, I we f x .-.-H Q I fum Ti '1 i SEI im' Docmr, Nang Prvniv D.rysYg Yes, Sarg. g Ioanieg Dress Up Dayg Ma and Pag Off to Girls' Stateg Cattle? 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D A CASTLE and LEO PUCCENELLI ATTORNEYS AT LAW I HUNTER and RAINBOW THEATERS HUNTER 81 SON ELKO DAILY FREE PRESS Published Every Evemng Excepi' Sunday Some+I1mg for Every Member of +I1e Famlly Complefe Local News Co erage Full Leased Wlre of The Um+ed Press Commercnal Prmhng PHONE l23 OR I93 ELKO NEVADA Trade af OUR STORE MEATS GROCERIES IOI5 5I'I1 S+ree+ PHONE I065 Elko Nevada FOR QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone IS3 PURITY DAIRY PRODUCTS CHISM ICE CREAM 7 UP MISSION BEVERAGES ' ' Complimenls of Sui e 405 , Henderson Bank Building WhiEnYF?:+LiZi QILFIISI Elko Nevada C 0 9 t l V 1 . Dislribufors for Congramlahcgns Class o 5 Tom TEEN CLEANERS AND TAILORS I25 Couri Sireef uallly Service PHONE 88 W 0 Nevada o Nevada P M SUPPLY CO CONGRATULATIONS Wholesale CLASS OF 54 Aufomohve Lllllon s NEVADA BANK of COMMERCE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES M FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM M FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Offnces ai' ELKO PIOCHE BATTLE MOUNTAIN AUSTIN RENO Q l l I - Ek EII: ' from Indusfrial Jobbers - - 1 Elko Nevada ember ember GREGORY and WALTERS ELECTRIC AII Knnds of Elecirlc Waring and Servuce Ellco Dls'rrlbu+ors for AII Norge Produc+s Whirlpool Washers and Dryers ELKO NEVADA More Power To +he Class of 54 from PERALDO DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Coca Cola Farrs Rooi' Beer C S GLENN Mgr Phone I94 Box 308 Ellro Nevada CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 54 CELSO LIVESTOCK COMPANY LIVESTOCK BUYER REAL ESTATE WOOL Bulldmg ELKO NEVADA CONGRATULATIONS Mountain Cnty Lumber DEALERS IN BUILDING MATERIALS 438 Soufh Fnf+h S+ree+ Phone 9 ELKO NEVADA S+oclcmen's Hofel First National Bank of Nevada Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COMPANY Member FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES' OLIN INSURANCE AGENCY CompIe+e Insurance PHONE I2I2 BOX 648 Ellco Nevada WESTMINSTER COLLEGE A small friendly ProI'esI'an'I Clmrlshan College wufh an excellenl academic ral Cl+y A Ilmlled number of valuable scholarslnps are available BUSINESS ART TEACHING GENERAL ENGINEERING I3 2 PLAN FOR SPECIALISTSI SCIENCES HUMANITIES LANGUAGES SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION FOOTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK SKIING DRAMATICS A CAPPELLA CHOIR SCA WAA GLEE CLUB Wesfmms+er College Sall' Lalre Cl+y 5 U+aI1 ing in flue hear? of beaufiful Sall' Lalre S CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DRIVE NN CLASS OF 54 Pauls Hardware Lessee 533 RAILROAD STREET PHONE IOI Elko Nevada o Nevada CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES' ELKO CLINIC 946 Idaho S+ree+ ELKO NEVADA I I I E. 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Elk -A S - W 3 STOCKMEN S DRUG Prescrnpi' ons an FOUNTAIN COSMETICS Phone 30 ELKO NEVADA I FHFU " 11g--'-- HESSON S Everyfhmg In Fme Hardware PAINTS OILS GRAINS IMPLEMENTS Aa Phone 289 Elko Nevada I . ' 1 I Y ,, U 45-and-ova-Q A . V -.-if I ' -I 1 ' 'I , 'I . K .il fly! Q Q I 1, ,l4-- . . . . up WQQQ 'H Gi' 'U HL 1' 5 'oo s-44 -It fl O Dons Berta Carmelf. Jumor Prom 53 Our Gang Scouts? Alvm and Jack H1 Lmda 8th Grade Party H1 Teach' EatHardy Lads MMMM Cherre Whata group Smrle Marty Dob and hrs Horse Bonme Lookmg for someone'7 Brush my Toothres Georgre Major Leaguers SWlH'lfl'IlI1g7 Three goofs Three Musketeers Posmg Patsy Mrs MCO 0h Mxke Jumor Play Cast 53 'yas ll! CONGRATULATIONS THE BOOTERY Elkos Family Sfore ELKO NEVADA TELESCOPE HOTEL ELKO NEVADA Phone I43 COMPLIMENTS People s Marke+ fresh fruu+s an vegefables 443 IDAHO STREET ELKO NEVADA Prescrlphon Specsalls+s QUINN DRUG Bob Qumn PHONE 303 Elko Nevada CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 54 Home of lllllll. me "U I I Furnfrure nu.- STINSON BERGER FURNITURE COMPANY 5,aaz29mmv f HAPPY HUNTING RECORD CATCH u 'rlwe S+ream of L e llSOIl-. , ,U F- I.. 1 3, iz ' " A O Elko, Nevada - .0 'g 'Q ' V T M A ' vim EQ ll lake -l Wishes All +l1e Graduales o l954 in +he Field of Knowledge and a 'n if A LITHOGRAPHED X? YEARBOOK i DALLAS rexfxs ff YA '


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