Elko High School - Pohob Yearbook (Elko, NV)

 - Class of 1957

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QW X 9 51 QU sumo mem SCHOOL ELKO, NEVADA Dedication ,mr- RYWT We the l957 POHOB Stott humbly but proudly dedicate thus onnucl nn memory of Mrs Verle Hunter She devoted l3 yecrsof herllte to Elko High School 0 O .. xi- :M KA fx. by e 4- ? x y. , ,,m.:,!Q H5 t Q For ' 2 "-' z, 4m - y r l i 4 E 3 lay 4 r I o n I u '3onewoncl Wth the ossin of time, the echoes of our school life will grow fointerond l P 9 fainter and then clie owoy. Gone forever will be the routine of school life, and the f n anal friends we had. lt is the hope of the i957 POHOB Staff that, as you glance u through this book in the years to come, you will recapture those moments--and the echoes will begin ogoin. he-4 C ' ww-.J7"'f' P'-Yin it 1 QL 'fi 'tw in 1 w G+ MESSAGE FROM THE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT It is with pleasure that l commend the POHOB Staff for getting out this splendid publication. The cross-section of school life portrayed in this publi- cation well illustrates some of the finer aspects of local and school culture. It is my hope that each boy and girl in Elko High School will continue his fonnal schooling as far in life as his potential warrents. We have had a good school year in somany respects that we know life is bright ahead and that the future will have much for each of us. Loyal V. Norman Bound ob Education STANDING QLeft to Righty: Clarence Swett, Sam McMullen, Norman Glaser, Emerson Neff. SITTING: Dr. L. A. Moten, Dr. Loyal Norman, D. V, Harper, -Q .Xf 1? val' i .r V 4 Q AX ,Q-P' fre .t ,. .. MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL Everyone should strive to produce his best results. These results should knowconstant effort toward improve- ments. Sometimesindividual desiresmustbe subordinated to the desires of a group if the group is to achieve its goal. Cooperation is the keynote of success in all en- deavors which include many people. This is true in our high school as in any other activity. Let us continue to try to make our school the best high school possible. I. R. Halseth PRISCILLA BAILEY Secretary to Principal A -all V! 15 WESLEY BAILEY MARSHALL BROWN Music Industrial Arts Sponsor: Music Activities Sponsor: Sophomores B.A., syracuse University File Chief BETTY COONS Home Economics Sponsor: Seniors, FHA A. B., Idaho State College A. B., Colorado Stane C lege of Education 'lacultq FLOYD EDSALL Social Science Physical Education Sponsor:Block E DeLaureola B. A.. University of Nevada M.A., University of Nevada 53 ol- ,, 1 ' 2 Y I' ax at Y 1 5 "Q Q vi' I 45- if " if .dv JACK BOYER Mathematics and Science Sponsor: Pe p Club B . A . , University of Colorad M .A . , University of Colorad MARGUERITE EVANS Librarian Sponsor: DeLaureo1a A. B., Mills Colle M. S., Education Universi of Southern California .,,,-I , .., S 39 ,- T 4 .V V f,.,qx,, - ffi .,, x,,,,32 If Q4 if . 'W re ' A., .K 531: . wg, fx NZ? rs! you , 03 PAULINEGRISE English Sponsor: Iuniors, POHOB Pow Wow A. B., University of Massa- chusetts THEODORE LAIBLY Commercial Sponsor: Assemblies B.S., Dakota State Agricul- ture College Jvpvvw- - . X'Xlx fX H f' 5 i r 3 1 1 F EDWIN JENSEN Science Sponsor: Seniors, Activity Accounting and Student Council A.B., St. OlafCol1ege Faculty MARGARET LYTTLE Physical Education Sponsor:GAA and Pep E B, A., Colorado State Col- lege of Education AUSTINJORDAN Social Science I. V. Coach Sponsor: Freshmen B.S . . University of Wyoming HARRY MANGUS English and Spanish Sponsor: Freshmen Language Clubs B . A . , University of Wyoming M .A ., University of Wyoming r 'N W -V -Q we 1426! -rf , X ff' 'G gi . AW,-,E , ,-.I If P? A . I 'ffvzy 3 I . A Q? I 5 ' A. , , . .9 s 33, f' V A 12, 51 1 Q ' 4 .i 4 . L1 ., '- sf' ' V x ' I FAUSTO MENTABERRY Physical Education Driver Training Sponsor: Traffic and Safety A. B.. University of Nevada HARRY WALKER English and Dramatics Sponsor: Thespians B .S . ,University ofMinnesota ,5. ,J .41- N 3.1755 -6 '5 WILLARD SULLIVAN Physical Education Sponsor: Block E A, B., St. Mary's College Gacultq HARRY WOLF A gr ic u ltur e Sponsor: F F A B.S .,University of Wyoming Ong- 'Mi ROY UNDEM Mathematics Sponsor: Juniors Pep Club B. S., Valley City Teach College LELA WOLF Language Sponsor: La ngua ge Club Sophomore and FT. A. B., Hastings Colleg ,,,ws. 'iv 'RX 'mg Student Council r . 4 S C: U' ,JW ,A , s ' ' X 5 x 1 ru ' ,ll A 4' t qt v in J I., 1 W ,. i X 'rv F. 4. ' N ab f 'iff ' fr 'gr - 1, 41 , f 'O 'X K - H 'Q 1 lu l . -is . of is ' A wal - ' -Q I ' T lx 1 BACK ROW: Mr. Jensen, Renee Sawyer, Fred Goldsberry, Bill Sutherland, Dick Shuck. MIDDLE ROW: Dolores Bartorelli, Deanna Anderson, Morlene Murphy, Rosie Olin, Barbara Landa, Carla Sawyer, Kathy Oldham, DonDeVore, Harry Lipparelli,Paul Scott. FRONT ROW: Arnaud Samper,Don Wilkerson, Kay Lear, Jim Wallock, Dave Allred, Moyal Kump. NOT PICTURED: Steve Sewell. Election Bound HTQL. ff' l:i"F3U3- g ' if-fm-A X X W x r Q sq ,, 0 K' 1' .y r 'JI yaxs f ' ' 5, .M .. . 5, 3 ",'s.Wl'r ' or 4: Y 3 v-if 4 . ' al 5,1 BACK ROW: Don Wilker- son, Pat Landell, Louie 1 f, Allred, Don DeVore, Al A Garamendi. FRONT ROW: Renee Sawyer, Barbara Landa. NOT PICTURED: Rich Wilson. fr' ,v ,,4-J' ,- f . la- 2, ' rj vt, 30' ,. Z 'Avi r if ww W f fr gl, H90 , b n A A , 4. 6, f' J A if 3 7 U 5 7 J i we X i K: 'Sh A f 'if -endif' I, Seniona HARRY LIPPARELLI PRESIDENT ROSIE OLIN GIRL REPRESENTATIVE IIM WALLOCK BOY REPRESENTATIVE KATHY OLDHAM SECRETARY -TREASURER AL GARAMENDI VICE PRESIDENT Q . A . S.. . I . -7 - 5.1 . 323 5 1' .. 111 D V gg., :fi ' 'V'-z'.','-J, :.mf'.w my .wwgr ' Y- v .. -1 sm, r M. A4 - ,Uris 'A sg , Y' -. ,geiypq mf. T. - ' 'Al' ,' L, ' -MW .- ' 4 - ', -H awk, +V' . 7'M""'.1i55'r2"-1'1" ' ' ' ' .. K -..kx,x-f ANNE ,. 1 -ff 'm..,, , 9, . 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Ffa: ,F 1, K ' unioua P1 FRED GOLDSBERRY PRESIDENT RENEE ROBERTSON SECRETARY -TREASURER LOUIE ALLRED VICE PRESIDENT DOLORES BARTORELLE GIRL REPRESENTATIVE DAVE ALLRED BOY REPRESENTATIVE 1 nv" N ' .31-1? 3' ' 1 " A W , ' . gl ' Mfg L .s ' , Q -.ff 54 - :ly , 1 ff' fl DAVID ALLRED LOUIS ALLRBD CARL ANDERSON "Dave" "Louie" "Carl" L a N 'Fl SANDRA ANDERSON MARY ARMUTH DOLORES "Sandy" "Sue " "Bart Q g A 110' fans: GLEN BELLAMY ALDENA BONAHOOM LOUISE BOYLAND WTCXN "DiZ" "LOU 4? ...fif 'D , XP- YN BRADFORD JAMES BURNETT BARBARA BYLUND "E, sie" "Jim" "Barb" ! -15, -7., H 5- F ,Q Kan . ,Q S - , 2' w J x 'M JOHN COLLETT PAT COMISH ERROL CRAPO "Cokey" "Comb" .f I 'jx 'xi ' . .il CRUMLEY GRANT CRUTCHLEY MICHAEL DALY "Crum" "Crutch" "Mike" 45 ,Q is ,lui N-if 4--47 LYONA DAVIS KAREN DROLLINGER GORDON FOBES uldonu -vKa0n 5 . A , lfl W 'J' Q R' KI' ' Ax f 1 .. Yi' 5 ...af L.: BETTY GAMBOA RICHARD GLASER FRED D "Gamby" "Rich" "Pres" ff'RWW ,. 34' 9 "' 'gasp A-an F: TG I -qi.-V - A ' 1 ,:",' : fd DAN HALSETH JACK HUNTER ARLENE IARVIS "Danny" "Jackie" "Duke" We, fi 1 SBERR fl 1 7 O N? tr: f . , X tf X, .Q F. xx' 5 LE . ' ' ' Z JAY JOE CHARMAINE JOHNSON CLARENCE JONES "Jay" "Char" "Jonsey" f-OIR? .14 "Mt fx fu?" 'fuk ,f .Elf ". 1 s:,V '. . . 4-fl' CAROL KAISER CONLEY KERSHNER HELEN ZOLLITCH "Kay" Con Re 4' far 7 , Q., 5,3 4 ' 'pi X, 'IQ VID MCCORMICK DELAINE MADDEN CHERYL MOHLMAN "Dave" "Dec" "Cheech" Kd 'intpin sg' -Ni ' N dh RONALD NELSON "Ronnie" JUDY MoRsE MORLENE MURPHY "Jud" "Murph" Y 'Cl "7' A, KQJC, v 45 FRED PETERSON CAREN LEE RAMSEY DALE RITTER "Pete" "Carer1" 5 A L uv- , X 'tr Q f '-m?5ifA . RENEE ROBERTSON GAY ROBINSON GLEN ROYLANCE "Nay" "Gay" TONY RUCKER JANET RUSSEL RICHARD RUTHERFORD "Jann" 'Rich " W ADRIAN SAMPER SHARON SAUNDERS FRANK SCHWEER "Samp" 'Skeeter' "Pooky" 11 'Q CAROL SMITH JUNE SMITH PATRICIA SMITH "Smitty" "Smith" "Pat" ' D W- " an 'Qbxx 5'-sr? NTIS! x P x f 5.4" TIM SMITH SHARON SMITH JAMES STEVENS "Iamsie" .Qt .6 js 1, , . M M X., . 'F 1 Y Q h -' . U Y -., I I -cific DONALD TORAL ' JANET WAARA DON WIGGINS "Don" "Jaw" "Wiggic" -3 xx A I 4.3, 'K' DONALD WILKERSON CHRIS WILSON DARWIN WINWARD "Don" "Bunky" Q6 ni Q .2"' "Q-17 NINA WTNWARD GALE WOODBERRY JOHN YNCHAUSTI Tiny Ch austi lORSl 'll As luniors, we the class of i958 had a very successful year We once again elected Fred Goldsberry as our president and he very ably carried us through our first year as upperclassmen We also elected Louis Allred as our vice president, Renee Robertson, secretary treasurer, David Allred, boy representative, and Dolores Bartorelli girl representative Our sponsors were Miss Grise and Mr Undem Our dances were all the neatest" of the year and were huge successes as was our Iunior class play Our Junior Prom was the most beautiful ever presented at E H S Our class was well represented in all fields music, athletics, drama, and scholastically with several of our members receiving high honors in these fields. Two of our members, Patty Comish and Karen Drollinger, added their pep, energy, and voices to the varsity cheerleading squad.Cheryl Mohlman could be heard every Sciurday after noon on the Campus Capers program asshe announced the happenings at school. Dolores Bartorelli and Janice Crumley were the hard working assistant editor and assistant businessmanager of the POHOB respectively. Don Wilkerson deserves special mention for capably fulfilling the duties of Student 'Body Vice President. We are eagerly looking forward to our senior year and we knowit will be twice as success ful as our junior year. i W fl. 11 ft: ,fix ii fx '5 'I v X-f W 1, 1' , -2- .gf - 4. . , , . . . - ,F V 'R ' A A . k iwi? fa 1 X f , Q, -7 - A 2- 5 I N ,yn . JUN . . l . . 1 . . ll ' ' f E 'Eff A .. may I L A ., P ,EVA Q my X. Y 3 Q a f ' as -Wi' , ,qu Q N 4 sw 4? al 3 ,X L , X M :.a 5 ' .f"' 1" . 1" .. IQ, M fgfwh .415 Sophomouea BILL SUTI-IERLAND PRESIDENT CARLA SAWYER GIRL REPRESENTATIVE CELL CAVE SECRETARY GAIL BUTLER TREASURER DICK SHUCK BOY REPRESENTATIVE RICH WILSON VICE PRESIDENT 'Q ff-' ., Isa.: 955' KW 1 1" .V , -QS H4 4 3' ll! -bil fl Us lr x ii BACK ROW: Nancy Harris, Beverly Had- dican, Barbara Healy, Evelyn Fife, Karen Duval, Diane DeVore, Lyndia Dodd, Linda Drown. FRONT ROW: Gary Friske, Hayden Henderson, Walter Couisineau, Don Har- rison,RonaldFleming, Dick Harris,Ray Corta, jackie Gonzales, Bob Ellis. 7154? 4 A is id 06 , ,Q Ui' n 1. 4 . l . 'lp c 'I' E v 13-1. be . in Q, 5. it all 4 'df N1 BACK ROW:Bob Billet, Dan Bums, John Car- ter, Dee Chambers, Gail Butler, Grace Cooper, Allean Benti, George Baumann, Jim Babcock, George Burner. FRONT ROW: Edward Achurra, Cell Cave, Jim Byers,Dick Armuth, Alex Ardans, Jim Brown, Clifford Avery. Q' 3 CIN gf VV' Fe: avi, 4 .Fl if ,Ii ,if 39 UI " Q l ,, .71 ' L' 'L ,' vu- ,A .Q dffl 'A F "' Q "- - Q1 l M we I -i BACK ROW: Nancy Pitcher,Carla Sawyer, Ann Moten , Patty Pohlable , Sylvia Roybal, Merry Jo Priester, Donna Peter- son, Adelaide Santaco. FRONT ROW: lack Robey, Fernando Puc- c ine lli, John Neff, Ronald Reser, Edward Pierce, Norman Rock- well, Iohn Sala, Paul Rogers, Leoncio Reyes, David Reynolds. ...po fir mv' l X, 5. f fad I , 1 ,X Qi.. Nts.. .. u ' :gf -.1 ' T ' 'T ' "' 'J S i 1 J , , ragga, , , .,,-1.'.:,rrqg: H A- K ,f". -1 . -' .rf r f i as 'Ja-1 -l,,i:.,3'z"iT5?S3i't,??fQ4 F-'Wg 5' I4 neu -,' l' 'wfifisig-?'3Q2f+ia 1 1 .- 'AVN is .2 tara, f in 7 ' 'f W X4 3-rxj ' f. f 4' 3 J 'iii' , 'i r ' Q ik fl. xg.. , 5 F, A, VA 4 iZr:..3 I it 1 9' ll r?.fv-""el " "li . Ve ,fa R ff- 'W 3 , A f -fi, f ' ,A 5 1 ' -In fl. r ,TV If -A '40-6 ' ' 45 . , I V ,4'1Q.' , ' ly , ,JI i U . YE i,gI. ll? "' 1 I' ' 4? V I N fi r xx xx s I' H71 N rg V Nu i ,,, , gl h 'f??"5fi""L ll , 1 Qi' ., .4 -1 Aix. BACK ROW: Ioan Knapp, Sharon Knapp, Violet Ike, Aurora Hernandez, Jole ne Kernan, Marcia Menke, JoAnn Mes- serly, Edna May Howard, Pat Kendall, Carol Jones, Bernice McClendon , Fran Miller. FRONT ROW: Charles Poole, Mar- vin Lentini,1ake Kump, Mike Landell, Ronald Holferty, Rus- sell Ike, Barry Lip- parelli, BillMaloney. 'Es' 65' xg I 'divx Tho mas Stev r Smith, 11 -1 F Yeager B111 erl as 'Wright . SOPHOMORES! l I ! l B statistical record, we as sophomores, have completed SOW: of our high school education. This Loves us twice as smart as we were as freshmen and half as smart as we'll be as seniors in "59l " So---we expect the future to have great things in store for us. Already we feel that we have made many achievements to be proud of. The boys of our class have shone in athletics this year. We take particular pride in the number from our class who went out for football, basketball, and track. These fellows proved that you can have both quantit and quality! Also three of the four J .V. Cheerleaders were from our class. . ..Gail Butler, COTE! Sawyer, and Nancy Harris. We also feel that scholastically we are makin strides forward . Each honor roll is frequented by many sophomore names, and a good percent QT these are strai ht A students. The music department contains man of our classmates, boar in band and the glee clubs. The various clubs of the school such as IYHA, Lan uage Club, GAA, and FFA have discovered that sophs make both good followers and good leaders. A gay soph year may be attributed to our class officers: Bill Sutherland as president, Rich Wilson as vice president,Cell Cave as secretary,and Gail Butler as treasurer.We were also well represented in the Student Council by Carla Sawyer and Dick Shuck.lnvaluable encouragement and advice has been supplied b our sponsors, Miss Wolfe and Mr. Brown. No longer mystified but stilll enthusiastic,we enioyour ability to both look up and be looked up to. iff-" ROW:Nancy Websz Lo rn a Sorensen, Ka rl Toothman , Carol I ei Evelyn Temoke. FRC! Eugene Nillian C CUI11 Marvin Winap, 11 th an 'I wson, Rich Wilson D A fy Shuck, Frank Scott, B r- ft' asmirh. NOT -TURE1 Janice Edison, Louis 0 h Connor, Gay Peterson f Arlene We atherford,Janic Wagner, Pat Thomi Q . A 1'7" 'ff 'K rf" MOYAL KUMP PAT LANDELL VICE PRESIDENT ALICE SWAINSTON SECRETARY DEANNA ANDERSON GIRL REPRESENTATIVE gg ,204 7 'fx :Q-wx. M? is NYT! 'YYWYR I x 'Kp , 'ff 14 Q- fins , A PN N i BACK Row: Parry --4... Burns, Diane Allred, Barbara Anderson, Lind a Crumley, D' Q Judy Baird, Carol Babcock, Cherris Bartels, Diane Bouge, MIDDLE ROW: Sarah Beleele, Betty Cornia, Kerry Ann , "1 Catlett, Deanna Anderson, Andrea Anderson, Michael Brierley, Eugene Buzzetti, Terry Cosgrove, Teddy Burner. FRONT ROW: Wayde Dudley, Alan de Schweinitz, Joe Allred, Curk Cave, Jim DeFever, Phillip Avery. ff!! ,fr ff-5 avail, 4 - , Ni , J ,f ' - N xx ' s NW' ff KX 1 X ,, X N, ,EN ,L X , ,, , , N ,H .ATX ge , ' 4. x, I Sandra Evans E . 'I 'ii X N ,." ,f ,Z-WX gre' ,fi-A Ni ,A lison Judy Johnson Roxa ,efff f MIDDLE Row carol Huntsman Gonzales, Claudia Thompson Bonnie F1 A Gilbertson, Edell Johnson FRONT ROW Jonn Dean Johnny, Bob Edmlsten, Butch Hunt Richard FL Roy Jones, Tommy Glenn, Kim Johnson Davis Gonzales -'Ti 'VW- ! 'r r f V I '31 U, J tg '1 ni xx V v ' :ay ' M y 'V ef I :ir 'V G fl Q 1 f:"f,.- ,af 1' , .L . -rf.. . F Q be N ir- -fe - 1 . ' . , A - p, 1 nu 55' V v . Y I J . V A W X 1 I A , - , BACK ROW: C X, A .Q ' ' pf Rhoda Orbe, Rae Ann Mc- ' O V4 -T-l y 'F' N' , , S .sq -7-X ' ,. " . Carley, Cora Lentini, Kay McMullen, . X . . ,P v T l 0 Yron Passno. MIDDLE ROW: Bob Kane, Judy Knapp, Is ,,, 4, if Coleen Messerly, Ioe Peters, Marilyn Mastin, Jill New, Richard , I 15' Merrill. FRONT ROW: Bill Kane, Richard Lemer, Pat Landell, Rich Kendall, Larry Madsen, Mike Madden, Bobby New. -ai .M 4 nf 'M' r ' KR ',-A vx 3 I - X N s 'el'-'fd W N Yip ff, '- fxp f 'L V -J ' , f' NAC, i ' N, fl Aff .fit I 1, 'Ji ' X Q W BACK Row: ,AL A BettySmith,Patty 'Ai " Smith, Joyce Smith, ry F N, Danell Rand, Roger Rosenkrantz, 795' Josephine Root, Delia Santina, Mary gf Rossolo. MIDDLE ROW: Charles Porter, Gary Sanderson, Cookie Sutherland, Alice Swainston, Carolyn Thompson, Eddie Piffero, Tom Talley. FRONT ROW: Dan Saba1a,Bob Reed, Dan Tatomer, David Rogers, Arnaud Samper, Frank Rutherford, Moyal Kump. I 'v sv-Q 1 1 few' 4 , n J . 1, ..,, X BACK -JM , J ROW: Ioan Williams, x A Peggy White, Rosslyn Young, JoAnn Wallock, Dee Williams, Carolyn Tumipseed. y., MIDDLE ROW: Jeffre Tnescartes, Carl Wescamp, Russell White, "X -W ' g A Stewart Wilson, John Zillich, Don Wesolowski, Fred Traher. FRONT ROW: Jim Wright, Bob Tumer, Aldo Vega, Fred White, Jim Weeks, Michael Welch, Guy Trone. NOT PICTUREDg Betty Gilliam, Jean Walton, FRESHMEN! ! ! I I We, the class of "60" have really put a year of work and fun behind us. We upheld the old tradition of white-washing the "E" the first week of school. Our class officers were: President, Moyal Kump, Vice President, Pat Landell, Secretary, Alice Swainston, Treasurer, Fred Traher, Representatives, Deanna Andersen and Arnaud Samper. Mr. Jordan and Mr. Mangus were our sponsors. The class was well represented on the honor roll, in sports, and in the various organizations. All indications point to the fact that several of our boys will be football and basketball heroes within a few years. Our year as Freshmen ended with a successful class party and the usual spring picnic. Now we're all looking forward to being the next sophomore class of E.C. H. S. ". Eli RENEE SAWYER Edrtor Edztofual sfagg si I msg SEATED Mass Grrse AdVlSOl' Dolores Bartorellr Ass1stantEd1tor Renee Sawyer Edrtor Paul Qcott Sports Edrtor BACK ROW Nancy Hams Mary Sue Armuth ArtEd1tor Patty Burns Ian1ceCrum1ey L6 'ss The Edltorral Staff of the l957 PO HOB as com posed of the editor, the assistant editor, the sports edltor, the art edltor, and a representatnve of each class This staff was chosen by the editor, and has wrltten all the articles for the 49th volume of the POHOB Mass Grlse as the advnsor DOLCR ES BARTORE LLI Assrstant Edrtcx 46 1. ' ish? l I ffl' i -g To o 0 5 l 1 Q gg X E E V' .'-rf, , ix 3-F v. . - t . ' Q l is G 1 'li' ! I W 17 'I l J. i r K I N . f A- xx' - 14 I K XL ,A I: ' I , - A K 4 .sa 7 X' . . u v u . Buameaa Stabb EC, S5 ,K IOYCF TRONI Busmc, s Manager elm i BACK ROW Ann Moren Nancy Harms Betty Gamboa Edna Hou ard Pat Lonu h Janrce Brabharn Berruce Mcflendon Karen Toothman Marun Lentrm Carla bawyer Ahce swsxnsron Call Butler Wayde Dudley Leonc1oRcyes QEATED A1denaBonahoorn Jan1ceCrurnley AbQISI3I1!fBl1S1IlCSS 'Manager Ioyce Trone Bus1ncss Manager Renee Robertson Grace Cooper The Busnness Staff of the POHOB consrsts of nmeteen students selected by the buslness monoger Thenr duty as to gather the czdvertlsmg whlch helps to fmcmce our yearbook Ox JANIIC E CRUNIIEY Xs 1 tant 47 A. .yy "1 , N25 . Q i , di Q., 1 . N- , . is J I .E I An . .- QM iiv x- ,qu ' T :A I - -' : W, - ' T , S.- .I A , V , ,. C, I , X L K X 4 K7 - ' ' E' ' . 5 1' ' . - - A , ? X' f ' - ' f, ' ' vs ."' A . 5 . ..,,, " ' . X 4 S e . . A s 3 . r I b : - t r ' fr 1 1 r I '1 f . q" -. , xi: Ik X -, '-rw xf"'-xr'-K - X 'V is ---'- '-M ""' 4' 3 ' 1 1: ' - t ' ' - Q -5 . " ' , ' 1 I 1 'I . .s 4 N 'V t I ' A 1 A - . 7 - 1 X' - s 7 1 - ' V 1' ' A I . I 1 - , 2 . R , . L t A ,' Y ,A s's K DON WILKERSON Manager Photaqnaphq Stabb ...l 1 BACK ROW: Bonnie Saunders, Errolyn Bradford, Don Wilkerson, Bernice McC1endon, Patty Smith. FRONT ROW: Nancy Webster, Janice Brabham, Gwen Brown, Pat Kendall. The Photography Staff of The POHOB take the snapshots that are included in this annual .Manager Don Wilkerson sees to it that the staff is supplied with bulbs and film. MISS PAULINE GRISE POHOB Advisor Us Pow Wow Stabb 4,1 IANICE CRUMIEY Assistant Edrtor and BARBARA LANDA Edrtor QQ "N -oi -BT SLATED Janrce Lruunley Barbara Landa Paul Scott BACK ROW Dolores Bartorellr Bonnue Saunders Re nee Robertson Harry Lupparellu Janet Bellmger Gwen Brown Ntrss Gruse Ianrce Brabham 31735 M155 GRISI: Spon or Among the new addutuons at Elko Hugh thus year us the new school paper, the Pow Wow Wrutten by the lournal usm class and publ ushed by the Elko Independent, the PowWow brought school news, sports, student and faculty personalutues, gossup, and many other thungs to the students of Elko Hugh Wuth Barbara Landcu as edutor, Januce Crumley, assustant edutor, Janet Bellunger, busu ness manager, Paul Scott, sports edutor, and Muss Gruse as faculty advusor, the Pow Wow became an umportant part of the school Money was roused to funance the Pow Wow by monthlycooked food sales and by the raf fle of a lamb 49 , I ,V , A: L, 1 . 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X 'J Lanquaqe .-'QYW Club CHARLES PAUL MISS WOLFE Presldent SPOUSOF I1 flag' iv - ,. -H 5' ,vm runny IKJQA R., A l Q wigs dll, ai MANGUS Sponsor I 115 During this Jet Age any place In the world IS only a matter of hours Because of thas close assocnatnon wnth forengn nations, the Language Club usa worthwhr le organ nzatlon The Chrlstmas party, snltaatlon and the Lan guage Club Pay Dance hugh lrghted the school year for thus club Charles Paul was the flrst semester presadent, Don Wilkerson, vsce presudent, Joanne Baumann, secre tary treasurer, and Clarence Jones, sergeant at arms Bob Smlth was presadent the second semester, Al lean Bent: , vlce president, Marcla Menke, secretary treasurer, and Duck Armuth, sergeant atamzs Mass Wolfe and Mr Man gus were the sponsors so fain l lldflll My C. , MRC" ,, 9 441 - , g 4 3 an '. .1 A s 'll ss-W :lf X A ' ., xt--ff. NE ' Fx I5 , ' l' . Y, 4 A ' Mr -L 'N li ,, . . -1 4, as K 1 ' E x I ' ' .I - l .xt - A K 1 'lg ,kb f X K' r . - . . 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' ' MR. l , ' SEATED Donlohns B111 Sutherland Bob Smlth Rxch Wllson J1m Yeager Norman Rockwell B111 Maloney FIRST ROW Al lean Bentl Sandra Anderson Aldena Bo nahoom Clarence Jones Don Wllkerson Charles Paul Joanne Baumann Sue Ar muth MISS Wolfe Mr Mangus SECOND ROW JoyceTrone Dela1neMadden Mor lenelvlurphy CherylMohlman Janet Waara Sharon Knapp Ian1ceEd1son Ka ren Drollrnger Lrnda Drown Carla Saw yer Lourse Tremewan I-aren Toothman Marcxa Menke Arlene Iarvxs Gay Peter son BACK ROW Kathy Hams Gall But ler Nancy Hams Alex Ardans Dtck Ar muth Jan1ceCrum1ey Ann Moren Lyndla Dodd Renee Robertson Cell Cave Paul Scott Donna Peterson Merry Io Prrester Ip- C f? ' , X :fr L., iilljsggyy is , 241' ' h if ,A ,A tk ' , ff: A " 'A fin 'lvgygf .- I su 5 if z A . Mas. EVANS De ala STEVE SEWELL Sponsor President SEATED: Mrs, Evans, Mr. Edsall, Kathy Harris,Toni Pitcher,Rosie Olin,Steve Se- 3 well, Paul Scott, Dave Allred, Louis Al- lred, Charles Paul, Don DeVore. SECOND ROW: Renee Sawyer, Leelflart, Cary Bell- inger, Tom White, Janet Bellinger, Kathy Oldham, Sue Armuth, Joanne Baumann, Aldena Bonahoom, Lyona Davis, Delanie Madden, Janice Crumley. BACK ROW: Barbara Landa, George Tsukamoto, David Neff, Don Wilkerson, Louise Tremewan, Joyce Trone, Karen Drollinger , Bon- nie Saunders, Renee Robertson, Janet Waara, Dennis Sharp. NOT PICTURED: Cheryl Mohlman. The DeLaureola, an honor society for iuniors and seniors, has completed another successful year. With the hom ecom ing barbecue and the Sadie Hawkins Dance high lights of the year, we also completed a numberof other activities. Among these were the in- itiation of new members, the Thespian- DeLaureola Assembly, and the Senior-DeLaureola Banquet. Our officers were Steve Sewell, president, Paul Scott, vice president, Rosie Olin, secretary, and Toni Pitcher, treasurer. Our adv i so rs were Mrs. Evans and Mr. Eclsall . rig.. ,' I 5 ill xii 41 v. ' r 41? I A -1 K MR. EDSALL, Sponsor I I "' fx? fi Pep we BARBARA LANDA RENEE SAWYER Drlll Leader Presldent RENEE ROBERTSON Ass1stam gg.:- Magi' -ev MISS LYTTLE, Sponsor FIRST COLUMN Kathy Oldham boulse Boyland Sharon Saunders Aldena Bonahoom Mary Sue Ar muth Gwen Brown SECONDCOL UMN PattyCom1sh Bonn1eSaun ders Sandra Anderson BettyGam boa Mor1eneMurphy Barbara By UMN Karen Drolhnger TOHIPII cher Ianlce Brabham Renee Ro bertson Lyona Davrs N1na Wm ward Dolores Bartorelh FOURTH COLUMN Barbara Landa Gale Woodbury Pat Smrrh Helen Zolhtch V1rg1n1a Brown Delame Madden Jamce Crumley NOT PICTURED Errolyn Bradford Charmalne Johnson CherylMoh1 man V1oletTom Sxmone Young The Pep E as an organlzatlon of whsch EHS IS proud P clslon, perserverance, and practice are the musts for o good drull team These are three qualities the Pep E strove for and accompllshed The 32 gurls ln thus drlll team were an added attractlon at the home football and basketball games Two Renees deserve a lot of credlt for the success of thlsorgamzatlon Renee Sawyer and Renee Robertson, the drull leaders, worked hard m mastermmdnng the snappy routmes The Pep E sponsor was Mlss Lyttle Barbara Landa was presadent and secretary treasurer was Betty Gamboa ll 52 as I I ,ge 1 T 'W , V' li KN If .ra , , 'EQ' ' ' , ,Z Ay fx I : , Q ' Q-ff -, ' ' , i . , S I - 1 L, ,J ' , . r A ll 5 f 'X - 1. g rr E I FL : . - " 1und,ReneeSawyer. 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Bloch 8 MR EDSA LL Sponsor FRONT ROW Eugene Montrose T1m Smxth Grant Crutchley Harry L1ppa rellx AlGaramend1 FrankScott SE COND ROW Dtck Shuck Drck Ar muth Dan Halseth Jack Hunter Jack Wallock BACK ROW Mr Sullrvan Jake Kump Ronme Nelson Gordon Fobes Dave Allred Brll Sutherland Louis Allred Roy Pnmeaux Adnan Samper Jay Joe Mlke Landell Mr Edsall NOT PICTURED Glen Roy lance Don W1gg1ns hm Byers The Block E, one of the oldest organizations at EHS completed another active and successful year The club IS composed of 27 members who are lettermen an football basketball, or track Several of the Block E actlvrtles this year were a Block E Dance, lmtlatlon of new members, and the annual Block E Banquet Jsm Wallock was presudent and Harry Lapparellu, vrce presudent Jack Yeager was secretary treasurer, the frrst semester and Don DeVore, durmg the second semester The sponsors were Mr Edsall and Mr Sullivan 53 1l"w :Fix vi Y-ey JIM W ALLOCK Presrdent 17 G09 h-'ke g f7's 3-qu? SU LLIVA N Sponsor 'F , T . T 4 S Q. I VA, 1 . I ,er Q, I , .. fy ' . . ' - l 1 s . . - g ' A - , ' 3 S , A A - K 'T 'W ,s N, : . ' f K ,. fi, I ' A 4! . . . , A. ' Q' Wy I f ' ,I Robeyy lack Yeager, Don DeVore, ,Tim 5. ' ' 'Vi ' ' f-I L' X . I Q A r - i . K N K U- I -5. l , . . Q ' . ir S Z .4-fa, ' ' f .Q . . I , P .yr . . I F K . . NG' - ' Y - MR, , " is A 7... 31 BARBARA LANDA Presrdent MISS COONS Sponsor FIRST ROW Woodbury Bradford C Johnson Bylund Bona hoom Pltcher Comrsh J Crumley Robertson P Smlth Sor O enson SECONDROW M1ssCoons Wmward Bellmger Thomp H1-I l son Drollmger Mohlman Ol1n Landa Oldham Toothman Anas Q 1 5,8 C Sawyer Mrller THIRD ROW Jarvxs Roblnson K Harms Brust Brown Baumann Turner Armuth Wrlght S Saunders J' -4 ln ml rx Moten N Hatr1s Weatherford S Anderson Davxs R Saw yer Murphy FOURTH ROW Tremewan Madden Gamboa Wlse Zollltch Butler Webster Brabham G Sutherland Morse DeVore B Saunders Trone Pohlabel Frandsen NOT PICTURED Root Sharp xml FIRST ROW Burns Turmpseed I Crumley Elllson Thompson G Peterson D Peterson Kernan Duval Evans Baud P Smlth 9 'I 'V D Wxllrams THIRD ROW Barrels Knapp Bentr Howard Mc Clendon Chambers McCarIey I Johnson McMullen Stevens F a'- Healy Babcock Allred Jensen Vlalton E Johnson B Ander son Hernandez FOURTH ROW C Sutherland Bouge D Ander 3 I as son Wallock Rossolo Catlett Temoke Sant1na New Swams ton Thompson Mollotte A Anderson Prxester Edlson '1- asfh' if Co operatuon and Interest were shown by the membersof FHA In sponsormg the Harvest Ball and the FHA Dlstrrct Round up Renee Sawyer, dns trrctpresldent, Barbara Landa, FHA chapterpresl dent, and Miss Coons, advisor, were delegates at the l956 Natronal FHA Convention held In Chr cago Other officers were Kathy Oldham, vlce president, Rosle Olin, secretary, Cheryl Mohlman, treasurer, Karen Toothman, parllamentarran, Fran Maller, Hrstorran, Carla Sawyer, reporter, Karen Drollrnger, song leader BARBARA LANDA MISS COONS RENEE SAWYER Delegates to Natronal Qonventlon a ' Y ' x I' Q," f . I 'A I'-I 16.-. Iv 4 . ' J ww-Q , l 3 up I ' f u 1 1 1 1 1 u l I l n 1 . i w 1 'lx . . . : . . . , - ' ,7 .- . r - . . ' , . , CE -"I" A, ,. f-. sh ,. 'fl , - ' - 4' ' 1- n - n n o v v - '38 -:.,'W .'!-'i"'l ' ' : ' ' ' pw. . V c- I . . 4 is N X -- ' 4 v r 1 - , . , ' ., '. .. 3 . ' - - - ' I Y White, 1. Williams, Kendall. sEcoND ROW: Lemini, Cooper, '5f"',.l'2 , fa a1r'20f7 A5 I ' f n 'W' . . . g ' --H, yi: I ,i I ,Q - I . v o v y n v ' n I v 'fl 2 ,Jr P 44 Q-41,1 . A . . . 1 r - 1 " -1 A A Q q ,w 1 I. . . . - . A . . ' 'gg 0 P 4 f '. n 0 v ' ' , s y Q ' -A 5 I A 1 M J?'.k .1 .I Q, , . : . ,' . . I ' , 'x ' ,gifs-" -W, . 1 WZ, ' ' .ff n 1 1 1 v I ' fr -ya I I I J . . " , A 1 1 . . . - . , . ' pn I ' ll ' A Q.: fy ,, ,f Q an ' i . X .' I I, ' 'vi 3 . . o if ' . - - . 'E 'Q- f. 1xA ,I x 3' STEVE SEWELL State President 3714 Many freshman boys were initiated into FFA last fall, making a total of 39 members. The officers for the year were Kay Lear, president, Gordon Johnston, vice president, David Neff, secretary, and Edward Achurra, treasurer. Other officers included Gordon Guldager, Cliff Gardner, AlbertElting, and George Baumann. The Planning District FFA Convention with the Judging Contest was held in March. One of FFA's outstanding members, Steve Sewell, was also State FFA President. The boysclimaxed their year with an annual Parent-Son Banquet held on March 22. The sponsor of FFA was Mr. Wolf. 55 f I I rj gd K 4 get F" ' KAY LEAR President FIRST ROW: Curk Cave, Ron Reser, Gary Friske, Dave McCormick, Tim Smith, Leo Peters, Jake Kump, Alex Ardans. SECOND ROW: Russell Ike, Aldo Vega, Ed A ch ur r a , Gordon Johnston, Kay bear, Steve Sewell. Gordon Guldager, Cliff Gardner, Da- vid Neff,George Baumann, Mr. Wolf. THIRD ROW: Julio Arostegui, Bob Kimball, Don Johns, Rich Rutherford, Bob Kane, Jim Wright, Rich Fuller, John Neff, Moyal Kump, Ray Carta. FOURTH ROW: Davis G onz ales , Clifford Avery, Bob Reed, Frank Ruth- erford, Rex Borjas, Joe Peters, Mar- vin McDade, Joffrey T re s c art es , Jackie Gonzales. NOT PICTURED: Albert Elting, Jim Shobar, 'V , vi llppg x F Ti "' 1 Nuff 1 ...,.1 a AK MR. WOLF Sponsor Uheapiana SEATED: Tom White, Harry Lipparelli, Charles Paul, Jim X 15: I gig" , Wallock, Dennis Sharp, Fred p 4 Q ' 15' ' Peterson, Marvin Lentini, Lee A! A I A' 4 ' Hart, Don DeVore. SECOND 5- "H 4 ROW: David Rogers, Janice 'l as ,if U Crum1ey,Kathy O1dham,Janet rg "7 fx Q., by Bellinger, Aldena Bonahoom, " N Pi ' Gayle Turner, Ioanne Bau- ' mann, Ianet Frandsen, Rosie Olin, John Ynchaust, Dave McCormick. TH IR D ROW: Barbara Land a, Louise Tre- mewan, Simone Young, Toni Pitcher, Bonnie Saunders, Mor- lene Murphy, Lyona Davis, Re- nee Sawyer, Gale Sutherland, Pat Smith. NOT PICTURED: Mr, Walker, X 4' Under the direction of Mr. Walker, sponsor, and 'Janet Bellinger, president, the Elko Troupe 309 enioyed a very profitable year. Ourofficers Janet Bellinger, president, Pat Smith, vice president, Kathy Oldham, secretary, and Bar- bara Lando, treasurer, did much to make our year a success. Progressive dinners, the assemblyshared with the DeLaureola, and the high light of our year, the Brogan Day and Dance, all add up to a terrific year. MR WALKER Sponsor S6 'VSA s i, g ,ir-3' f'3' " LEFT TO RIGHT: Joyce Trone, Gale Woodbury, PatSmith, Bar- bara Bylund,San- dra Anderson, Miss Wolfe, Io- anne Baumann Kathy Harris, Kathy Oldham Renee Sawyer NOT PICTURED Julie Sharp. fvlr K X44 an ' 1 4? T ,,- 1 , The FTA is an informal group organized this year by students interested in a teaching career. The purpose of these Future Teachersof America is to become better in- formed about a career in teaching. Miss Wolfe, the spon- sor, did much to get this club organized. The president was Renee Sawyer. Joanne Baumann was vice president, Julie Sharp, secretary-treasurer, Pat Smith, librarian, Kathy Harris, historian, and Joyce Trone, song leader. 57 -lv' J: S ' . 'H RENEE SAWYER President C A lf' me .lg f TNQ-, .F 0-R 4,1 I , 5 wif' 5 MISS WOLFE Sponsor U !'i'9 . i bl hx Q , Xa P f x I 51" Lv Q . IP 1-- DAVE ALLRED President AR" .L MR . MA NGUS Sponsor La Eatudiantina D ,iwfo V1 v SEATED: Miss Wolfe, Mr, Mangus, Mor- lene Murphy, Jack Hunter, Dave Allred, in-,,, xiii' rw' Pi fl. 'EM ' " -. V f - Lorna Sorensen, Judy Johnson, Pat Smith, Jolene Kernan. SECOND ROW: Dan Saba- la, Michael Brierley, Kim Johnson, Ed Pierce, Mike Madden, Carl Anderson, Mi- chael Welch, Norman Rockwell, Del Roy Jones. BACK ROW: Rich Kendall, Diana 6 of K Wg X x ,.,,,..rg Gi, X 'ffm' 4, Q M ISS W OLFE Sponsor lei Violet Ike, Margaret Stevens, Barbara Healy, Dawn Hildebrand, Leoncio Reyes. . NOT PICTURED: Jim Byers, Butch Hunt, l Yron Passno, Dan Tatomer, Tom Tally. ng' Sabe usted espanol? QDO you understand Spanish ?J lf your answer is negative, iust sign up for a Spanish course and join "La Estudiantina. " In this recently formed club, students learn to enjoy and understand the Spanish- speaking people and their language. Aided by their spon- sors, Miss Wolfe and Mr. Mangus, the members learn things that aren't found in textbooks about Spain and the countries "South of the Border. " Participating in foreign customs such as breaking a Christmas "pinata" is another enjoyable activity. The president of "La Estucliantina" during its second year was Dave Allred. Jack Hunter was vice president, and Lorna Sorenson, secretary-treas- urer. 58 Bouge, Delia Santina, Aurora Hernandez, If 6,1 0 1111: 6 KN 'Z 74 ' ,,f' 1 K5 :lx I Qi f 'Qx . ' , , I . ,, X ' f ..N. X S 4- I fi' ' . 'N . 62. ' mi-'Y :JV "3T4'?::W: -is ww - Q X ll-1 QQ! 7 iii!! f ,ipif I , f ,Alf A . ' T ' A ' 7 X , , 1 . ' :I x 2 .Al ....- 'J Band Under the direction of Mr. Bailey, music instructorat EHS, the band en oyed an active year. We enjoyed hearing the band at our assemblies and at the Music Festival in Winnemucca this year. The officers of band were: Paul S c o t t , president, Clarence Jones, vice president, and C a rl a Sawyer, secretary. The band hopes to be even larger and better next year. PM Sm, maronettea President BACK ROW: Eddie Piffero, Del- Roy Iones, Diane DeVore, Danny Sabala, Ann Moren, Nevada Elli- son, Terry Gilbertson, Roger Rosenkrantz,Mr.Bailey. SECOND ROW: Arlene Weatherford, Fran Miller, Merryjo Priester, Tommy Glenn, Clarence Jones, Rich Ken- dall, Wayde Dudley, Henry Ispisua, G uy Trone, Marcia Menke, Ed Barron, Grace Cooper, Carla Sawyer, DonW i l kerso n, Paul Scott. FRONTROW: Sharon Kanpp, Gene Williams, Cheryl Mohlman, Nancy Pitcher, Renee Sawyer, Bili M a 1 on e y, Joyce Trone, Cookie Sutherland. NOT PICTURED: Teddy Burner and Judy Johnston. MR , WESLEY BAILEY Director LEFT TO RIGHT: Jolene Kernan, Cora Lentini, Gwen Brown,Joan Williams, Aldena Bonahoom, head majorette,Nancy W e b s t e r, a n d Errolyn Bradford. -nm Wluaic , 'gy-"7'W,i' , ,LM 0 1 -I -fi 1-in x , Council -" T l at XX: R 5 ' I 1 ' r" e ' ' ' r . I . X: " -1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Carla Sawyer, Morlene Murphy, Paul Scott, Clarencelones, and Aldena Bona- hoom. NOT PICTURED: Cheryl Mohlman. md? ' J ' ' :Ui 1 '- l B H L1 ' S t it N 1. Boqa' Quantette LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Wilson, Charles Paul, Louis Allred, and Tohn Collett. Dance Band BACK ROW: Mr. Bailey, Don Wil- , kerson, Paul Scott, Clarence Io ne s, W a yd e D ud 1 ey, R i c h Kendall, Del Roy Jones, Dan Sa- bala. FRONT gi ROW: Cell Cave, Ed Barron, Cookie Sutherland, Bill, Maloney, Teddy Burner, and Di- ane DeVore. NOT -1, PICTURED: Gene Williams. K.,-. 4-N "' ,, . M3 X41 ,Nw 'NR by , S Q0 T., 57 ..,,. an 1 it diff .... 'ff .Ky 2 MISS LYTTLE Sponsor FRONT ROW: Bar- bara Landa, Rosie Olin, Renee Saw- yer, Kathy Oldham, Renee R o be r tson, Margaret Stevens. BACK ROW: Carla Sawyer, Diane De- Vore,Janice Crum- ley, Arleneweath- erford, Pat Smith, PatCon'1ish. Both forward and backward glances are being taken by 'i-l'l GAA girls as another successful year for this organization draws toaclose. Some are nostalgic and others are eagerly anticipating next year's activities. The seniors remember how much fun they had competing individually and as teams in various sports. The juniors and sophomores are anxious to earn more points toward their chevrons and letter. The freshmen are glad that their GAA initiation is over. Also, they are eagerlyawaiting next year's GAA Reverse Dance! There are 61 members actively participating in GAA. The presidentwas Renee Sawyer, Kathy Oldham, vice president Barbara Landa, secretaryp and Rosie Olin, treasurer. The sponsor was Miss Lyttle. Bud A LEFT TO RIGHT Renee S awyer Tom Pltcher Ros1e Olm Bon me Saunders Jamce Brabham 4 51--lk' View 4--n W? .3 Kathy Oldham A H--I. 5-5-' ,pq Gayle T urner janet Bellrnger Barbara Landa Spatchea -adm LEFT TO RIGHT Lyona Davrs De i L la1neMadden 11 Iamce Crum ley Renee Ro L bertson Betty Gamboa Lourse Boyland Sharen Af a Saunders Pat Co QQ ov"g4'ffvnJrA m 1 sh K a r e n Drollrnger 'Hot Roda LEFT TO RIGHT Morlene Murphy Srmone Young Barb a r a Healy M a r g a r e t Ste vens Vrolet Ike Pat Smrth Eve lyn T e m o k e Nor PICTURED Q Jenny Brown and I Iudy Morse , 512+ "1""' xx H" A I 2 fig, fr' "o' o 'o 'B M ' v. L , W f .' ', - 0' ' , . ' ' A 3 ' 4 A ' , y 4 V . 1' . U L.. M ' A B' ' p 0 - J E f V ' T p . I CQ" ' Q Dolores Bartorel- - 1 B . . - . M- - - i .V ' . I ' 1 Y x ,' x A: 4 ,F his !,'ef , 1 O E L . bi' 'NM 'Z' ' 'l ' Lg? . A Q' ' U ., . ' - "' V " - -FJ - 'J-W -+ .l 4 y Q? I p fe vi! 'QQ - yr M my -.4 w 'V -f - or 1 1 4- I ' if -, ' V1 fa. TW-. :' 2 lik., 1 new K IQ ' v. NH 1 , J 9 I . Q 1 11' li 1 0 X J., LEFT TO RIGHT Sharon K n a p p Brenda Clev e n ger Karen Duval Lyn d 1 a D o d d Merrylo Prrester Xlarc 1 a Men ke Aurora H e r na 1 dez Jolene her nan NOT PIC TURED F a t t x Pohlabel 'wk Lol ttf ,QQ I Poq A LEFT TO RIGHT Grace C oo p e r Arlene Weather- ford, Diane De- Vore, Carla Saw- yer, Nancy Har- ris, KarenTooth- man, Annlvloren Bernice McClen den Fran Mrller N l uxb' '41 Hot Gootena LEE T TO RIGHT karen Xl alotre 511 New Ca o IXDTLITIIIPQCCG Roxane Jen e n L1 1da Frnn lex Ioanne XA wllocll o s W1 '1 1111 1, W 1ll1 1 C wr wlxn Thornp un llwrx RoQso l Xlnc NXXJIII Ixlll T' .. ' I. -F Q 'Sz f ' it ' . 5 47. .,..L I , 2, - 1 .. n I f ai F v X I . A. z 1 ' ' Q F ,... ' 'I . 'a " '-v-' 2 - - I X V Q n n I . I 1 'E n . L 3' A . y A 0 A 3- I l ' V 4- 1,11 . V' D , N . 1 , .' .A A f 40 - - , - I . . . - ,,. 1 ri, . . , 1 . - . 1 I I j ' 1-.- 1, H - 1 , ' ,- . 3 Q . . d' - I I Y , I I 1 V tr fb l I - , we - v 7 ' X' ' V, I L . 1 . I - ' , D 1' I ' . f -.ll F ' , '- IL A ' ' 7 1 a jl 7 1 , V ,- : ' 'g"'l A gg ' ' - 'ff .f - - -, - ' - , . ., L ' 1xI.'. S . , l ' A ' 'r A Q 1 W , V if L I ' K 'Y , N ,, 2 I X 1251 'I 11, 1' , K X , iz' I , , . .I I 1 Fdell 11111 nscn, ,X X f 1 ' , H 1 Y rx " ' - V In A ' ,lee ' an 3, L x O .,, S x ,. L ' , , ,. 1 5 . :gi I pu 'inoah Demons lf LEFT TO RIGHT Rae Ann McCar ley Kay McMul en D 1 a n e All re Nevada E111 son Iudylohnson Deanna A nd er son Dane11Rand Veron1ca Gonza les Dawn Hrlde b r a n d D o n na Stephen P e gy Whrte Iosep 1ne Root H a r r 1etta D1ck Teryl G11 bertson and Bon n1e F1fe were NIOT PICTURED IJ 1 ,1f"5.,.f 14684 T TA 0'-S W 0,18 ee 74' Q Q6 ? ev Q' 94 Y f 5 59 Q Q X CAIL DTT"I"l - ead Q .I J 5 NCY HARRIS CARLA SAWYER SWAINSTOA 67 - M '3ootball 'Fi . ' 4 42' " -" lvlfxx' 5 Ylofzthenn Yleuacla I wifi? -QA " u All C J T. fe 14 onbeftence fggimfi 4 ' ,f JIM WALLOCK Outstanding Player Outstanding Player Ist Team Ist Team All-State All-State v .an-frll fa 3""'7a r Q 47' 4 A w ' 1 j x,'3Nl 192, J " ,J aw X ll . 5, ':','.-I - 4.-. 1 m 4 H'l.....vs.v:,.'Fm:l it 74' 1Wh"RO9! w i X came, , .1 ,fy-,. DON DE VORE Captain Honorable Mention All-State .rf ci fiii-fa-up 'Qgw-'fini . , ' Y '1 - -:L :Qs- Q JQQ VARSITY SCO RE S Elko Opponent 6 Judge Memorial I9 21 Yerington 6 0 Sparks 6 46 Winnemucca l2 O Fallon 34 4l Hawthorne 7 25 Lincoln I9 White Pine JACK YEAGER Tackle 2nd Team V 1 f 4- N V fling 1,1 , f C F8 c it I 5 N -I 4: I H s- LVN. if g1a.r"r-35 48,1 li, as if-or nvaeisiat ' I , 4 , S ' A A N ' l I f if . ' , r F' A F ' r F gf Y rf' 1+ - ALBQ-'pe A FIRST ROW De Vore Yeager Crutchley Wallock Shuck Hunter Garamendr Prrmeaux SECOND ROW Lrpparelh Halseth Fobes Smrth Brown Robey Armuth Daly THIRD ROW Sutherland Landell Wxl son Holferty Byers Joe Landell Allred FOURTH ROW Coach Edsall Lxpparelli Peterson Yeager Elhs Samper Kump Coach Sulllvan Scott We the hot and cold Induans of l956, early rn the football season were handed a hard blow to our ego when Elko bowed to a strong Judge Memornal tean I9 6 Thus was only a temporary phase, as we proved that we could really go places by scalprng the Yerlngton Lyons to the tune of 21 6 On November thlrd, Elko s Homecomnng game, one of the most excltlng ganes of the season, was played on Warrior Fleld A hard frghtlng team from the south, the Lincoln Lynx, stayed ahead of us In three quarters of the game, finally surrendering their lead to the Incllans In the closing minutes of play This contest as surely one whlch wall be remembered ID the hearts of true football fans for a long tame to come as one of the greatest homecoming games ever witnessed here Much credit goes to head coach Floyd Edsall and assistant coach Willard Sulluvan for theur able assistance and guldance throughout the year The Jayvees, under the flne coaching of Austin Jordan, turned m a creditable season of sux wlns and only one loss FIRST ROW Harr1son Johnny Vrce Tatomer Gonzales Hams Gonzales SECOND ROW Cousmeaux Burner Kendall Buzzettl Cosgrove Allred THIRD ROW Coach Jordan Anderson Jones Bumer Rosen krantz Madsen ,wavy Q as 3 Q 5 +2 E 4 X7 : I I I U U U 'Y . . 2 . 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Ewen ROY PRIML XUX Il 5372 . lb' f W K . 5 g I 1 h Y f, r ' tiajlif' ' AX J A ' ' , i J I P ' ' 'V' ' , . 1 K ,. 1, "fr: A SIR " . J N V 1. I - - If L1 , va - -O ' , Y .gg A ...I .n -Q YA A 5' A Q. s r, A A 5' X S- I , V X , X - 1 'Y " ' s. . f , 4 1 -1-4 Yi 1 Av X A A 1 'X "if fy, ' ll? ' .iw ' ,Q ' ,se . 5 - xg, ' " A A , f 1 :ig-2-4' f", ' li .4 W E cl ' Cl 1 A 1. 3 I ' n. ' .5 Rare' L' -.:::l Y' . ' . ' - ., '4 E X ., A F ,W gg Lf." . ' 1 F 9 u. , I - f " A A DAN HALSETH Center TIM SMITH Tackle it GORDON FORBES n ADRIAN SAMPER Quarterback IAY IOE Halfback 'Su' DAVE ALLRED En Honomhlc Xie: tmr X11 Smte IRC!-x HUA TER Tagklc I inf' Y -'Q' fax DICK SHUCK Halfback Q94 BILL SUTHERI AND RON HOLFERTY Halfback xr..-1 he 14 'alll' WI V .J MIKE LANDELL Halfback JAKE KUMP Guard Jima. HM YEAGER En DICK ARMUTH Tackle .Fiq , . an vp., 'qi ' J- , .' ' ' 5 Y. , 5' I I- - ' 'I+ -A I , f' 49.4 Iwi: ' 7 2 -H' f -, . X K , ' I ". ' I ' tl ' ' 7', 7 L . . G " N' ' 1 I 6 kv K X, ng M ri-x , H.-- FI - 3 -,. few- . -L 54.5 '71-'Av - , 3 If . , 'V A :Aly ,I T Vt 1-vi, ,'w'f" . N ' .',f if ivf, , 5 swf- -' - 5 -H 2-" nh. ' 2 JM- K QI A I "2 Q ' fi xp I , . X . 5 ' ' 9 fx r T' .. 'C ,ff I 7 ' f - 3.1 i "1 4' ,I 1... I .J Ms..l,? 'A' End d nxt?" News Q' vw.. Q, K f D 9 i '36 wx-, 'if 41:3y. :KK 6 O s .E , M M lf' 2, ff' f '. 43 54 .s ' 9 I Q f 1 L .. I 940 1 if 4 . ' W Q 9 '41 Ft a , ' Q lf fs' s 40 if 42 7 O Q i 1 iw ' 7 . ,Al g V ' l . .V If Q ' .-.Q s ' lf ,. .A M fs V l FRONT ROW: Burns, B. Smith, DeVore, Montrose, Jay Joe, Sutherland. BACK ROW: Coach Mentaberry, Forbes, C. Wilson, L. Allred, D. Yeager, D. Allred, Lipparelli, Sabala, Manager. Baalzetball Though not a winning team, the Indians were a fighting bunch. The determin- ation and spunk these boys have shown will serve as an example for Elko's future basketball squads. Under the critical eye of Coach Mentaberry, the varsity put in a fine season with many rough practices and many hard-fought games. The Jayvees, under the able coaching of Mr. Jordan, had a very good season. They defeated some ofthe finest teamsinthe B Zone including the B Zone Champions. mesmmf Q5 Vx , I 5,1 surtvib -KJ 1 HARRY LIPPARFILI DENNIS SHARP GENE MONTROSE DON DeVORE LKO JACK YEAGER FRANK JAY JOE DAVE ALLRED LOU ALLRED GORDON FORBES BOB SMITH E 1 MO Q, ' if X I e ' 7 ' 44 H, 5 E -1 '. ,fi S ' I . x 2 3 I 4, 2 M J J Q ' ' 3 X -0 1 0 ' . ' 4, J ,uw f sa AR , 1. X BILL SUTHERLAND D XVI: BUI NS CHRIS WII SON NDIANS M X Y 41 uf' W ff N""""'.f?' ,. za 4- ani Q55 8 T-- , 'FK gs . . SW? ...gif-mfav.. ' .Tv-u-sw -vw Q 1 E' ,i .- 1.1, lk ' 'xt' 'ia 8 4, .E ...,,.1.L 41 X..f i . z L 1-ug n H f A A 'lneahmen Vanaztq 3' -sf 1 15 E Jntnamunal 'Jeama H E3 Q M H gg? 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W E7 -4453? - -.wc , NR' . ' 2- fha f'-411-41 ,W . Y -.v J K.: 9 WP 1' A ' fI',,,,, ' 'w Q 'fvsgff t-L, "ibn-W' XV.. ,A , , . -. 'Y' ' X x Q J: I. - . an-ei - , v ,A lan if' I I Q E , Q, In Z P 5 E f x ' - .qv 4 K . , ff " Will 'Je , ' " Q- 1, "-Y 'MXL ' 1 , im' P3 ,. , , . rw "- K ff .x .Q- l. V' QI H fl ,, n 3 0 W . J" F xg ' . 1 I L -, 43 .4 W. -. 051' V J:- 4? , . ' 'Y fl' , in er -If v 0, -an--' N- IE?" Queen Simone PATTY COMISH ,Sf l KATHY OLDHAM Z ROSIE OLI L,- REN EE SAWYER ,nr fmt-A Q13 + sly' A' '-o N 'S-1 T f A Q'-QW A """' M M Ui w 'iliivvvu 4, . I I5 I Ciml Staten II ll Boq Statena 'Hot Doq Stand Assisting in the Hot Dog Stand were Louise Boyland, Dolores Bartorelli, Renee Robertson, Sharon Saunders, Janet Bellinger Louis Tremewan Bonnie Saunders BettyGamboa Ian ice Crumley Mr Boyer and Mr Undem uatodzana mi- Q1 W- C O Ci 2 - 53 ' i - 3 Q, , I N. Wir , ' V! ' K.. T 5 . ig f gi X 9 Libnaniana BACK ROW: David Rogers, Mrs. Evans, Beverly Haddican, Janice Wright, Mary Sue Armuth, Kathy Oldham, Helen Zollitch, Janet Russell, Tom White. FRONT ROW: Janice Br a bh a m , Gale Woodbury, Gale Sutherland, and Sandra Anderson. Leia' . P I I 'X X SQ., X, 7 'X .. BARBARA BYLUND MORLENE MURPHY DAVID ROGERS PATTY POHLABEL JACK YEAGER DIANE DCVORE Q 5 CHERYL MOHLMAN and CHARLES PAUL aww an A Q I ,4--Q, I Ixw 1-4 YP- thx "W6"" 1. S Q! If I "-'qi-'n,,,,, ' NW wx --.-.5 475 'E 2 4 'K 1 I o mx , c"""'sf NANCY PITCHER GAY PETERSON ALDENA BONAHOOM NANCY WEBSTER is E A . 'Wi : 70 v- A Ai - ., .I A gmt :--H - A 13' - If -I, 35531.13 55551 , ' M , A 1' ' 1 N 1' Q I f I I ' 'I , L 1. 7 , Q X K' 1' I s-.xt J . 1 It as v A ,K A 1 " 't I I. ' 3 y . . Q WM L I Mm! -A I' , ll? Q, H ,ku ,I i I' Qs . -f if I A 1' 5 A 41 n fy I J Q Q . f, Wy I 0 ' . Q I ' I K . 1 Tv ui A D 1 , 7 ' I 5 'N V R 7 gb . I V 7? ' I ' ,A w g ,fi J v,', f ' ,, -1. H 5- 15.3. -I A 4 .K Y I DICK HARRIS 86 JOHN YNCHAUSTI I 956- I 957 School Calendar: Tv ' Q. , is 3 SEPTEMBER 4--School opens 7--Whitewash E Senior -Frosh Dance I4--Footballg Judge Memorial, Utah here 21--Yerington, here GAA Reverse Dance 28--Sparks, there OCTOBER 5--Mountain Home, Ida. there 6--Harvest Ball I2--Winnemucca, here Senior Pay Dance I9--Fallon, there 25--FHA District Round-Up 26--Hawthorne, here Junior Pay Dance NOVEM BER 2--Homecoming Assembly 3--Lincoln, here Homecoming Dance to--White Pine, there I6-I7--Senior Play 2I--Music Festival and Dance 22-25- -Thanksgiving Vaca - tion DECEMBER 1- -Basketballg Lovelock at Winnemucca --Wells, here --FFA Pay Dance 13--White Pine, here I4--White Pine, here I5--Senior Ball 21--Winnemucca , here Christmas Vacation starts 22--Winnemucca, here Junior Pay Dance 7 8 JANUARY 4--Winnemucca, there 5--Fallon, there 7--School reopens II--Lovelock, here DeLaureola Pay Dance I8--Sparks, there I9--Carson City, there si 22--Yerington, he re 2 --Hawthorne, here Language Club Dance FEBRUARY 1- -White Pine, there 2--White Pine,there 4--2nd semester starts 9--CarsonCity, here B10 c k E P a y Dance Ig--Hawthorne, there 1 --Yerington, there 22--Fallon, here Soph Hop 27-2--A Zone inReno MARCH 7-9--B State Tourney, here 9--Block E Pay Dance I4-I6--A State Tour- ney at Reno 22-23--Junior Play 30--S a die H awkins Dance APRIL 6--TrackgWhite Pine 13--Wh ite Pine and Winnem uc ca, here B Zone Tourney, here DeLaureola Pay Dance I7--Brogan Day and Dance I8-22-'EHSICI Vaca- tion 20--Boise Relays 27--Yerington Relays Junior Prom MAY 3-4--Music Festival in Winnemucca It--A Zone Tourney, here GAA Pay Dance I8--A State at Reno 24-25--All School Play 26--Senior-DeL a ur- eola Banquet 27- -Senior Assembly 29- -Award Assembly JUNE 2--Baccalaureate 5--Commencement VACATIONIIIIIIIII 11 r 714 s, in , X A , . Y , ri 3 Nx 1 :ra bf, 25 -'yt .,.. . .. rr ip ' tif. I J? f 'Wir , re " 11, , 5-X , p' ,xanga , , '1 ii' gr 1 .,- y . ,...t-A,Q Q-,N J -Y' . Ix . , 3 f T. P'-f -' , fx. V A - 5 Q 1 XX irq sw' - - S I QL - ' . -x P ,V :qs E 5' fa? .,. J wb 5--2 ni abs L: K' J " 'P A' 0 J' -: . in F it ' ' ' ' - ,B it Q ., L: al , T - . t, I A - T X1 I 67-, Q. HF' x . , A 'Af 4' blew? ,.,4,,. M J Ni-J, Wowl Lorna: At Toni's partyg Two juniorsg The Sewer Boys"g Time out, coach, for a pixg Senior Ballg A happy h d Goin down the roadg Nampa is in a mshg Just foursomeg Darwin 8L Nina smi1in'g M.I.R.g Friends to t e en I g ' Wh the broom Pitch? Another dance- That's Mary Sue- Simone's en- sittin'g Hold tight! Something slippin g y , . , , joying herselfg Say there, MikegGathering wood is a hard jobg Getting ready for a partyg "Rockin' thru the Rye"g Just Difficulties with the "Bug"g Back to work. ff .,. Q, , ' 'Q 'av .Lv merrily' I yt 1 - - , "' 1-1 " S 1- 44 . 'W 49 " 'H 5 T - , .4 I 'NIJ I fl' Y ,h I v. moat Gutatand -' Renie Sqwqen ax . 2 A if 'H if , ?'l 1 W'- :bl , 1, ' 4 Ri?- M, ,L 6 og, -4 5 J W-f""'1 l 1 'v--. 'T x -'X' 921 1 Z , L 1 ' ' f , F' 'tix 17 gf cw L I ff 1:- 'Q Q X . .al Nils X . P i lg.- .55 4' Li' ,, 'i 'Pin 4 r rw' .15 . -F' . ,. 5' . k1.5TW:5c,9' . . Lhx nga' Qld C X I-: I A ff- R, 4. . 1, f ' ..5:F,...A.- i as , s- as K .741 , ' frgi. ,f I H N in ar 'rr' . fl vvym ' A N ,- V N '-- .1--g as--5 -' if , . 4' wil :' 'u 1 ' 0 h X , 4. A . , ' 1' - sn-as 1 . .. ,l s H, X ' f ' P' ' . K , J ' X -H! b N T' 'lvl 1 X -hzqyzt - L V vi .lr L V V,f' Whulbixl X 4 . Rayne,-,L', ,, ' ' : . k v.,--f,1?H'. X x " .dv - gg. ' 4 gg -j -, 4, Syn mx: S ,. Baby face Jog Gene and His dollg Dennis 84 his white suedesg Gordon G. getting nowhere fastg Bob in the wide open spacesg Hands up, Lornag Smilin' StevegButton, Booties, 8L Chasg Big Iu- Iu is sadg Where are the pipes? Gordon Ig jim St his hot trikeg Who pulled the funny? Don Ig Simone and palg Pouting Primeauxg The Tom sis- ters, Vi SL Jog Paul at his cat discussing thingsg Gayle T. relaxingin the shadeg Don't be sheep- ish, Jackg George has the cutest legsg Joyce is ready for churchg Bonr1ie's keepin' coolg Keep smilin' I-larrygSteady there, Leeg A cheesecake pix of Tonig Cliff 84 his pup posin'. 0' 6, 'Y - If--I xii?-0 Y L 3 , 5 ..s 54.43. lf , 'P I B A QQ, If I W -gk J . , 4 4 ,,.y as U- L '.A ,li i t Q 4- ai' -L A s .af " CJ Ss ,. -'E N 6 QQ fi Hugh D. McMullen Congratulatnons to the 207 Taber Building 42I Railroad Street Elko Nevada Graduates 81 Real Estate Insurance Elko 14 utomolule Dealeua Haaociation BELLINGER MOTORS DE VORE CHEVROLET COMPANY WARREN MOTORS PAUL SAWYER MOTOR CO WRIGHT MOTOR CO DUTCH STENOVICH MOTORS HAWK PONTIAC " CADILLAC COMPTON BUICK INC Ben Turnlpseed ns your Friendly Rancher from Congratulates the Sensors .llggs Nevada Jlggs Nevada O Chanlea Zunino . Vaughan 8. H ull 0 K Rubber Welders Congratulations to the E a ko Sensors Trres and Tubes Nevada West of Elko Phone 6l6 Olfll' 2 DEPENDABLE Dszueeusr Stoekmen S Dru 3rd Sr Commercial Streets Elko, Nevada Phone 38 EUwAutoCoww Congratulations to the class of 57 Elko N evada Phone Sl Elko Diatnibutinq Co Elko, Nevada O I J if s E, ' 'l1f5!i'U 5.2'ifs. ..,f0'-1f' f'f2r" 6- 1,4-:-'.'E'm' 'C H,yi:..:' 1.4 9 1 Congratulatlons to the Class of 57 Orvllle Wllson Attomey at Law Fnrst Natuonal Bank Buuldmg Phone l4 Elko Nevada McLaw s Offnce Equnpment Portable Typewrnters Musncal Merchandnse E ko Nevada Lundberg s News Glfts Statlonery Office Suppl ues 38l Fifth Street Phone 3l7 E ko Nevada Congratulatnons Class of 57 from Lana and Ladq Idaho Street E ko Elko Livestock Sales Congratulates the Senlors Stockyards West of Elko Elko Floor Coverlng We have Alexander Smnth Carpets Box ZO6 Phone l l 52 Elko Nevada S8.H Green Stamps gnven on all :tems 'H C Stevena Co Free parkmg whale shopping Tp Top Dwss Qkop Gives their congratulations to the class of 57 7l0 Idaho Street Elko Nevada Elko Nevadv . P Q G I l , . We specialize in teenage apparel. I I . 0 I at O G I I Gil States Chevron Service 803 Idaho Street Phone 823 o Nevada Tw1bm Count 475 South Fifth Street 2 V2 blocks from Post Office Good Accommodations Prop. Ira Sepulveda Phone 996 E ko Nevada Sanford Tractor 81 Equlp Co Agent for Caterpillar John Derre 435 South Fifth Street Phone H4 o Nevada Howard s Feed 81 Seed IS your headquarters for baby chicks and poulets Phone 259 or visit 530 Commercial Street E ko The Star Hotel We specialize In Dinners for Clubs and Classes Elko Nevada Moon s Bulk Plant says Congratulations to the Class of 57 E ko Nevada Saddles Harness Seat covers awning Bits Spurs Boots Gloves Tarps Tents And all Fine And pack Outfits Leather Goods General Repairs J M cafmmcft 500 Commercial Street Elko Nevada Leo J Puclnelll Attorney at Law Suite 405 Henderson Bank Building Phone 278 Elko Nevada Elk l ' 1 Elk ' ' 1 Props. Mr. and Mrs. Domingo Ozamis f I -g , f , ,. M4 - ,, ' is r- LaRoche's Store for Men f 8 ' Beef is the food to If it's Ely weegvlznt to beatl ED MURPHY Secret Valley Ranch Deeth, Nevada 475 Rallroad St Elko Nevada Congratulations and best wishes to CLASS 3 THE 249 QIELT' OF 1957 Good Luck Class of '57 Ideal Cleaners Sr Tailors Phone 217 566 River Street Let Us Keep You Looking Your Best John and Lan'y Carson, Owners from 'P. m. Supplq Company 1' Wholesale Automotive Industrial Jobbers in Elko :sos :ard sf Phone 16 I1-SJ Elko, Nevada 'J H? .A Y, For Those Nice Fresh SPUDNUTS see Bob and Iacquicttettinger The R E Harris Ranch at TBD Congratulates the Seniors of gif? Idaho St. Elko, Nevada 1957 Phone IIIO-W Sierra Wlne Sr Llquor Compan Jack Betts, Manager Phone 906 441 Sulver Sr P O Box H92 Elko Nevada Drstrrbutors of Belfast Beverages Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 57 AUIl1kl'lZBCl Watch Insp for W P and S P Rarlroads China CQ X Skyway The House of Charm Q -WV C L U N Y Q Watches 413 Idaho D1amonds A large xar1etx Elko -qevada of watch hands St Chrrstophcr and 3II3CllII1CI1IS Medals 386 Flffl"l Sf Elko, Nevada Watch Repamng Our Specralty Ed Cox Irop I C . . I . . , W I f I O I ' " .x " . r C ft N ,. X Luggage N yi 3 N l St. ' Y A ly I A . 7 , . I lshlng, NIO Season Nlo Llcense W View Ranch Hunting, In Seasl Saddle Horses Con ratulat Te Class l df Cood Luck to Ile Located unfcun Mo lle vxa Deeth Ma1l1ng address Starr Va y Phone Xells SK SQ7 Nevada Wmter Sports Claude E Gerhe Xi S X If Conkratnlatl uns to the Semor Class of I957 MR aMRs GEORGE H SMIRALDO X THE DRESSY RANC tulate the Senxors X G Conera X N IODS IO xx THE STEVENS RANCH ll I9-D7 'Qi' L Evil' f me L NORTH FORK NEVADA l ratulates the E H 'S MITH Cong f 1957 f l xx estocl Q Grower ratulauons I QD! Con Class of jf X M E GAILLARD NEWT CRUMLEY X X 3 Z ! X l , 1 , i Y Best lf luck to the Craduatm Class or 19,7 Celso Llvestock Company lhone 66 IU the Stockmen s Hotel I Z V , R , 2-3 A I f '. F ' f . A g C X' f ' , L 'L l- A X . I ' A , ff, A " f W I l 'xx f ff' ' I . . x h AX f f r , x X ff X3 I X x , X X , R lf! 'N' S 1 If I f A ' 'xx E' 3V J 9- , 1 h - , R I l XX ,. .f -ala, fl-fl I 4 1 l' Of ' ff T 2 " -, A A fl Rfff ffa f " l p .,?P'f5..1fi'. 9 7 A A OF .A , J. RALPH s ,, A-rfb a .- A I A 1 1 - - ' - 'E " I, 4 A X ' 7'-1' L - , Seniors o f 1 I' I g, 1 l x 1' X " ' I 5' 'O ff! .'g Q ' A y la -lass ,' Q ' , X of ilu f ' X ,H ul If KN xxx f Q ' g ' X X 7 if -XXV, . . 2 A 'f--v S' I ,I I C XX 1 E Y' , X X: I l ,ff if xo xx 5 ll , jf f ' E g 2 dl ., A El Xi-QXY lx! I fl R-ff E X l N f A ,XQQ Xfjfx ' .2 1 ff C N V QM X k X yi y Yjxmrgi, S-- --in ' , fi ' 1' 3 , 1 ' ll , '- . . , , Wagner's Ice Cream 439 Railroad St. Wagner's Drive Inn East End of Elko An Elko lndustry We Make Our Own Ice Cream Iresh Darly Stockmen's Hotel Barber Shop Quality H airc uts 346 Commercxal Street Proprietor W W Combs Ph one Elko ooonfiun runs mr Bob s Rlchfield Servlce mum! mums Servxce Is Our Specmalty On the corner of Thxrd 85 Idaho Elko Nevada Congratulattons to the Class of 57 We ve got the best sheep tn the countryl QOBENQON Q Uaujen A o The Fmest Battery and Electuc Servxce 536 Commercral Street Elko Nevada Madden s Upholstery Shop 461 If 2 4th St Elko 1 9 ull V I Truck Cushrons fffrfygfaam Suk Furmture Upholstery C onvertrble Tops JCllCl..1LlL I XI Tarlor made Seat Covers Le. Con5,ratulat1ons to the Semors of I 7 Stan Elltaon Spamsh Ranch Best of luck to the graduates of E I-I S Hunfsman's Rite way Hardware 461 Fourth Street Elko Nevada Q 136 9 - srgh , o 9 E I . gl . . ' I 9 f r . ' ' ' pup p I I ,I I ' . I ,, - 4, 9 G - t ssts s 4sC I s ssss.ssss ' ll 95 . After you "Louse it up" trying to "Fix it yourself" bring it to us. Welch Racllo Unexcelled Electronically Records Radio Phonographs T levnsnon Batternes Tubes 384 Fourth Street Phone 226 W All the newest records nn stock Almost always Best Wishes to the Graduates Relnhart S Family Store since 1809 ff jf Elko Nevada I II ' Il e . . IIA sq ?Q' ,guys tm s W. 1, ,J , , 1 X - 70, Q- Q F 'Qt' ,f , 1 'jg -.Qu 0 9 , , f is l F Lhbaht., ' 1 lf J t W Roses are Red Vnolets are Blue When you buy fnom GMM You ll like them too 5l2 Idaho Street E ko Elko Blacksmlth Shop lron Tonk and Structural works Weldlng and General works E ko Nevada HARRYM GALLAGHER D D S MORRIS F GALLAGHER D D S 8th 8. Court Streets E ko For hnghest quality Dry cleaning call Cztq Laundnq and Today Tomorrow Vogue Cleanena 237 Sllver Street one O5 and Al ways E ko Keepsake Diamond Rings WNEUOMWCW YOUI' JeWelel' Congratulatlons sensors 477 Idaho Sffeef Elko Ruby Val ly Nevada I . , . . . - - I THOMAS GALLAGHER, ' I ' Ph I I . . 0 0 0 Elko Congratulations to the Seniors Purnty Dairy Nevada Henderson Bank Building Congratulations to the graduating class Dr. L. D. Smith Elko Ruby Valley Compliments of the George Smith Ranch Nevada Msgs Roy Young Congratulations to the Seniors Nevada Prop Paul Lyon Elko Drug Company A good place to trade 425 Railroad Street Phone I5 West end of Elko Safeway Visit our new store Nevada Hunter 8 Rallbow Theaters Offices 339 Railroad Street Elko Henderson Bank Building Stephen W Comish, D D S Congratulates the Seniors Elko I Finest in entertainment O I C O I Prop, Joe Anacabe When you can't get something anywhere else go to Elko General Merchandise Elko, Nevada 3rd 81 Idaho Streets For good service it's OK Servlce Slahon Elko Nevada Court House Joseph O McDaniel Attorney at Law Phone 2 Elko Nevada Elko Congratulatrons to the class of 57 Sam Felndhandler Nevada 457 Ra xlroad Street Do you need a Vetermary? Dr C H Kennedy D V M Elko Nevada Rarlroad Street Replace your Holes wrth Soles where The best 1S had for less Throne s Shoe Servlce Elko Nevada 2 rrfth Street Nugent s Chrldren s and Infants wearmg apparel Elko Nlevada 443 Idaho Street Best wrshes to the class of 57 PeopIe's Market Elko Net ada o 0 0 ' o o o , o 331 ' ' 7 38 U r L Conbratulatrons Qemors Jaw Qauol Estate Battle Xltlllllldlll Nevadi Elko Supply Company E rrestonc I rodunts Texaco Gas and 0115 7th St Idaho Street Llko 'Ray -Heatmq 6 Sheet metal Proprretorl Gallagher W Haneel Ranch I-'N Home of Treo Rcrrstered Arabran Stud lee Nexada Tom and Marlorle Achurra Congratulates the Semors 1 I1 qs Nlevada Wrekko Warra of the Owyhee Confechonary Conqratulates tllc emor Owyhee Nex ada Congratulatrons bemors Vlolets of D7 Frrst rn Fashron T 4g7 Idaho Street Elko 'Jhe Wlllcama Ranch Tuscarora, Nevada 1 ' x A I' J , . ,I . A ' 4 , L . I I A H T ' ' 1 708 River Street Elko I i -' C I 7 I I , A S A 5 1' y 'cv FK ' , - U I PauI's Hardware Phone lOl 533 Railroad Street Elko Nevada Need G Congratulatlons motel 'P Go to flag A Cottaqea H P HMOWCU I47 Commercial Street 160 Units Elko Nevada Elko Nevada Pt1Onel23 Buuldmg Materials T Coa YEQEE 65'l'lON 5 mf 4 Elko nam ww Free Prees We 49l Fourth Street Elko Nevada I O I C ' I I A a n l naw, rwqravvmn-rdf vuvv- Ja-',,i,.1-v .wiv .V g I Q N X 2, E' sgar g t x Q 1 ti X re ey, ' 'O . V 13 A ' ,' ll , xxx Ci X , - , I . wx W Or' '0,,'H,f?u ' "X Q rl lv-F1 ' 1 bb A' 1 ng 3 i. Cai' '1 1113 a 5 xsron Puex w udmv who 05 P basnul X11sQ Coons Dancmv 1 lr r1 c 1 1 o L Rc 11 Tme for ch 5 Surprlsel Iumors Iumorc r 110 r' , , Z . 4' R , "'f'3'- . il i A f . if , , ,, K ! f .x Y . . X 7X an 'fig 5. 5 ' - L P fy.-. aj his - -F L. . Y X X Q '55, Y 'I ' N r ' I K - n . I P 'Q V , , 9 'I , "4, I' v af . L lv i X R ze V f' A 41 , L- x S.. , . A P' H ' 1 4 ' lg ' ' wg . ,,, , - ' .Hmm X . k ' - V , U , V' 1' . V , 'll i - ' A KX nffiow tizgc. Iv.. S MX ixi A tion, wh t" ' . 1 . Win 's 1' ' C. ' 1 't. ' I ' ? . '- . ' 3. QW-inig tlc 1'1:":'1: Elf, Tcgclv Ian, G is fxl! Hands 1116! 5ti'1Q,. ' 1 LSL ' . ' . ' . .. , Yi fl-ug iii 1. fil1X'fI1l fllli, Ci 15? Elko Independent Booths for the whole family Prrntrngs of Oualrty ln Canlbs Ca6p, Northern Nevada Most Complete prlntrng plant Of Offset 1lIllOl,,l'3l'rll prrntrnt lrmess C,0IlllllCl'Cl81 Qtreet Elko The food rs good and the cost rs low 2,8 Idaho Street Llko Harry Lrpperelll of the Club 499 en Congratulates the Senrors 4.49 Rarlroad Street Elko F' X.-rs.-1 ga 'Fil-if w....ff Our Store 1017 lfrfth Street Elko Sprouse Reltz Co , Inc. Sends greetnrgs and salutatrons to the Class of 57 442 Idaho Street Elko Congratnlatuns Senrors Ironl the law frrm of Wnght 8. Eardley Henderson Bank Burldlnt, lllxo at . . . . ' , , V . . Y . Y . . 2 , Y Y . - V . ra, '-If-if '-L f ' 1 . if-f-1 J I ' f 'N ff in V r ' --...Mm -3-:3i'igi'-if-V, ,W X ,f' .' ' ,Q-1-1-L. . A X .:,1.i.:'. I rj.-.xiii A f : I I I ir . "1'1':11:: :J A 4' F ' ...... ' 2 4 1 ' w ' " O 1 . T . ' I . ' - , 5 - ELKO ENTERPRISES INC WAN Q53 UN N Cominercinl H0191 'Jhanha 'Jo Owl Photoqnaphena Wln and Wlna Peanaon Reno nevada C N6 X 'f I 43.. Q l I J 'N D 5 v:"4 L 'arf , -bf? aa. il.. ii.. inn 5 nu. -...pm uv, ,A an . -... 1 -f . V 4 in -t, E H2311 . 1, . i 4 ' if , p im iff What's wrong, Rosie? What's the big attraction? Hi Lou! Playing in the water. Working hard? Brogan Day. Goingsomewhere? Homecoming can- didates, High Stepping. Who's coming? Making myselfpretty. Sur- Drised? Pep E, fi if ' 2+ ,...,....-v...- riff ID . - ,,.. Qu? 1 2 v ii, .W Ii... . .Q TX' .-if 'Q iffy? QT Y"1' ff? .Un Elko I 9. 2 Stoclzmen a Hotel Whene the Weat eata the beat ..- fig ER -.E-Q 'Rexx V '157 fyw fir'-Z' ,WL WOIPZD FAMOUS OIMRCOAL BROMED srraxcfqn My 'K " mio umm M.. 4.-,L X X i .t I Q WJ' V 'L - L. " "fs , L . , f4 , 41,4 A-ft- , ,QA ' , J "LH A ' if - ,- fTlil,"f?fqs'1'1 Y' Y ' ii ' -' Ji "w','-5-gi '- lffzfx-L 344.23-ix ala- TF: fir 1 ' 5 --7,7 A - . -T r HXAQ ,., . - , , 1 .-- Y W hr Z?- - . , - 1 4. I -T V 5- 1 A , -4- V - he ,? -f-5 :I , g I ' -- ,'f 5 ,I :QF Y' fir:-'Q'-14' ZX--1 Tl gx' -1 27731 1' . '--Af 5 ,.f ijgt g N ff-f V ,F :Yx ix r ' , " ' A A ' x . .- W 1 ' , 5: -9 -"'l H .I ,ff 1 ' xg' ,, ' A4 ., " ' .'-nf fs' is Jil- -g I 5 I- A AL? 4' I W" -- I MI,-A ' f - 4,-s5'f ,LA .- -,,- ' ' ' ., ,cgi if QF , sg -,-31' ,- ' ' fp ' TKT ,- l , Ja. Y Q , ,4 , W 1 73-..- ..., . , , v 'N - Y-1- U N ' . X 2 ' " -3 . ,UL Q Q. , , - .rg--f --- - f " , - fn. 'Q'---ff - V -' X- - , - " I :alv Q4 U? ' '4',.l- 'fr ' XTX- 'QNSQ' xfurkrlifi'-' Q' - . W - f V - Q. N- X Q5 - -5 fc . P '1.. -- ' :LH --.Q --A .,.x- " ' ' , S., 5 li ' w '-J-, .Q v- , :FXX -uA.r ttf .....-L k . X --'- wmv XT f S " --' ' Q N ' ' 'N X' ' N Xxx ' 5 Q XQX - --fx SNACK BAR Everything for the home at WHITE APPLIANCE CO. 1 An excellent place to take your coffee break Right next to the Court House 729 Idaho St. Phone 222 E ko Nevada E ko Nevada Congratulations Seniors from KNAPP MOTEL 600 feet from the Railroad E ko Nevada DUPONT S E C Bonham Proprietor Staff George Morley Ethel Wise Fay Winnette Fred Goldsberry 397 Idaho Street Phone 75 Elko N Q l I I 7 . . , Loraine Hopkins I L, I 771: Congratulations sensors MERRILL S COMMERCIAL HARDWARE We give S 8- H green stamps 377 Idaho Street Phone IOO 453 Idaho Street Phone 328 Elko Nevada Elko Nevada TE' SIERRA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY Congratulates the Class of 57 44l Snlver Street Elko Nevada 'S uv 7 all Al! DE LUXE CLEANERS Rear 525 Railroad Street Phone 88 Elko, Nevada 1 7 f , 1. I I I is-F FK I W , , , I r-tvs-I V, I g I . . T. . 4, X. I ff I g All " -, K, ' ak I ', I A f I I ' 2 v f I 7 , I .A H .A bg L, A L A Q7 E .. . " ' . 4 V ' - I ' I V", K l 'Q X ? A n of uw l 'A-.Q H v T ' s l - 'ze 4 U I I.. SN Ar- Y Ui H V . I When youvigreayioloiotthlilg remem be G E U I N Q SCHOOL OF BA LL ET ELKO SHOE SHOP LOUIS H ATOUPIS PROP Fourth Stre t Between Elko 540 h k d Idaho and Rallroad Nevada Ido O El O Neva G Congratulations sensors Comp! 'ments of WASHOE TITLE INSURANCE CO Elko Branch P O Box 632 Office BOOMER SIMPKINS The best rallrooder we know C I N d Elko Nevada or In evo C ELKO LUMBER CO Lumber Rock Products Building Materials Pqbco Pqmtg Millwork Coq 801 Railroad Street Phone, 174 Elko, Nevada -1 ' r it., C. - I . . , o . . . I I Congratulations and Salutations to the Seniors from W. C. MOELL 469 Railroad Street E ko Nevada It's Weatherbird Shoes at TRAHER S 456 Fifth Street E ko Nevada BEST WISHES! FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEVADA Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Member of the Federal eserve System 487 Railroad Street E ko Nevada Hardware Implements Grams Paints A W HESSON CO 1eCl'I'.1-Cal ,ti APPLIANCES 600 Commercial Street Phone 504 Elko Nevada CC. 1 L . . R I . I I Oil ' ' 0 0 0 E I 'Ti 'Q T' s ,sits 9:hJ:M:L1 i . .,f iii? 'vn. ff 3 Q- ff life Posing? Smile pretty, Why so glum? Who's this lovely couple? Still sleepy! Having fun. Enjoying the scenery. Sleeping beauty. Little girls. Teachers on Brogan Day. Sophomores! Startled? What's happen- ing? Disappointed, Karen? GAA initiation. Mixed Chorus. W. x Aa "ma ff Q1 . .1 . i, lj- ' -'- V " x --+1. 'f-in ggi A 1 w L"sh - r',-i To Watch Your Savings Rapidly Grow To The Nevada Bank Of Commerce Go . 'Jhe nevada Bank ob Commence Branch Offuces In Battle Mountarn Located on the corner of Ploche McGlll Ely Aushn Reno Fourth and Railroad Sis and ELKO Phone 402 'Jeleacope Hotel an 14 lleq Bar and Dlnlng Room f Phone 4l3 Elko Nevada d Bowling Congratulatlons Graduates of 1957! I I HAYDEN HENDERSON JR Certlfred Publrc Accountant Henderson Bank Burldrng Phone E K l Q ,FL v ' I TOTS N TEENS 395 CQU11 SI Elko Nevada lothes For All Ages Let John Q Handle Your Insurance Needs JOHN Q RYAN AGENCY 245 Tenth Street Phone 741 EUGENE T WINES The Bacon Makm Man Frozen Food Serv1ce Elko Nevada woon MoTEL QSESTELS mf lssv 0 ood Luck And Best Wrshes To The Class Of 571 l 1 Make ELKO REAL ESTATE CO Busrness Propertles Ranches and You Resldences Feel 465 Fourth St. AI Elko, Nevada Home CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK SENIORS . . 5 i MA 751 . , lirlllltl L . E , A 7115 ,I - -A , ,, -, u I " , 1' L Vg' " ln on fl 4 N f ' f ff' wife i' 1' ' ' 1, 'F 7 ' F L. . Q A as 1 ,Bt l ,ff...a 7 tar 1 , . ,,... .. .... In . , s ' ' I QV We Your dealer Congratulatrons to the Seniors as Elko us STINSON BERGER FURNITURE C0 440 Commercial Street Phone I9 PUCCINELLI 84 C0 249 Third Street Phone 540 Pwo IN nsvovf YOU! Eledfc Sq ELKO LAMOILLE POWER CO Elko Nevada Best washes l Q U Al l l WALTERC HANSEN Manager Fifth 8. Idaho Street Elko 401 Idaho Street Eko T D llc D M1 - S I - I Il I C9 nsoov xu.owArr ' fvont . ' A 9 1 ' l l: AKWAYS FIRSI Y' ' I ' I 14-D Wlachinenq Companq, .9nc Sales and Services ALLIS-CHALMERS Industrial T 0 Crawler Troctors lj LA " AW 222222 -- S L-1' Scrapers ' gif ' 'Q Shovels X- ?Qgm - "' Motor Graders 25l West Commercial Street Agricultural Wheel Tractors Haying Equipment Chemicals Sprinklers and Irrigation Pumps Elko, Nevada NY wi .-l ll ,maui lf Your Mutual Station in Elko Remember to listen to your teenage programs, "Riot on Wheels" and "Campus Capers" News Sports Music Drama 1240 Kilocycles Elko, Nevada Szluen State 'Jnuclemq .gnc Livestock and General Haul ng Livestock Feeds Call 424 E ko Nevada Congratu ations to the class of I957 Eqleaton a Pfuntmq 522 S Fnfth Phone II55 Wzqqzn 4 'Jexaco Sefwzce 3I2 Idaho E o l'Om Du Del Qzudlce Henderson Band Bldg Phone 56 General Insurance and Real Estate Delpha WI 'lewell 3OI Henderson Bank Bunldung Phone I5I Elko Penaldo Dzatfubutmq Farr Root Beer Coca Cola Wim Phone E O O I O . I Q 3 A 9 4- - - 1 Q C I Ik Congratulations Seniors O O I f I I I . l'1 in a Shing? Conlinuoug Quality l ' ' 194 Ik Guard your crednt as a sacred For hlghest qualuty dry cleamng trust Clflf Ldundhlf 5 Cneclzt Buneau Vogue Cleanena Oli 'EU20 Cwnfu Professional B ldnng Room 24 237 Sllver Street Phone l05 Phone H44 E ORS Sewell 4 Fresh fruits Home of the Vegetables Emerson Meats Televlsnon 560 Idaho Street Phone 234 E ko weatenn 'Jnucle 6 Unacton Wlachme Center: Forman tractors Elko Sewmq M C ' k F M h' Franchised dealer For C ormlc Crm GC mes U 0 . Sales Service Parts Necchl -Elna Sewing Machines Repairs All makes 336 Idaho Street Phone l2l5W 207-W Commercial Phone 272 1-E Conqnatulatzona S' of 51 7 I l x r As we come to the end of another POHOB, another school year is also terminated. I hope that in future years you will cherish the many momentous events that will recur to you as you look through the pages of this edition of the POHOB. Many people helped to make this year's annual a success. I would like to thank them now forthe fine support they gave us--the editorial, photography, and business staffs and the many businessmen who have so generously submitted their advertisements Without these people this yearbook would be nothing Many thanks to MnssGrise, our sponsor, who seemed to know lust when we needed an extra little push to get us over the hurdles Through her untirlng efforts and patience this yearbook has been completed Orchids to Renee Sawyer, our editor, for the many hours she devoted to making this year s POI-ICB the best ever Many of her vacation hours were spent in preparing her dummy so that she would be ready to meet her first deadline I would also like to thank my assistant, Janice Crumley for the help she gave me in meeting my deadlines Again may I thank everyone that helped to make the I957 PO HOB possible Business Manager IEUQIU 2555 H as 4 12 I II ll ' ' I i s le I -1' o Q , - J I 1 - gi-3'-by-'A I! ,..,,f s X 8 YEARBOOKS


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