Tonopah High School - Nugget Yearbook (Tonopah, NV)

 - Class of 1948

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'wg ,,' .2 -1 -1- CLASS HISTORY ve entered high school a class of fifteen sturdy fresh men Despite the fact that we were constantly threatened by upperclassnen and hounded with honcvork, we had a wuysuccess ful vear Je gave a profitable dance and a class picnhx Doug Douglass ard Lon Lo an began their h gh school athletic careers and vere on the Vlrslty Basketball squad lnd so ve entered our second vear as Sophomores with sevent en much WlSPT students Je were no longer the main attraction as the unperclassmen had turned their attention to the n w Freshmen, however, we still were at their mercy and had to w tch our step Several of our girls were married Ve soon had new additions, though, when Frank dest, Sara Titus, Ladlson Locke and Gerald oharp enrolled Ie added to the soclal calendar with our Soph Hop and our annual class pic nic It was Doug s and Don's second year of basketball and Dan Murnane's first Arleen Lofthouse was elected cheerlead xnother year gone by and then ve were Juniors class mates contlnued to come and go ohlrlee llank Jolned us Highligh+s of our Junlor year were the Junlor Play, the Jun ior lrom and our class p1 nic Our boys were even more ath 1 ticallv lncllned and went out for both baskedndl and track Doug and Don made the flr t string and Dan the second sfrlng on the Iuckers Our class d1d vell in lnterclass basketball too, and came in second place ln the tournament a so placed econd in Interclass track, after whlch Iadlson and Doug made the track team lrleen was agaln elected cheer leader careers Flft66H of us started the last tretch together as o6HlOTq le again lost and Q1lH6d cla 1ates arl omlth and vOHHlG morrln entered our class Je gave a benlor Play, a spmghettl feed, and our Senlor dell lhe athletlc achieve ments of our bovs was very good Doug, Don, and m8dlSOH made flrst strlng on the luckers Gene Redmon became manager of the team Our cla s won the 1nt rclass ba ketball tournament Madlson, Doug, Doh, and Gene made the track team Frances Sorhouet was elected a cheer leader Arleen Lofthouse gave her hand 1n mQTTl8gS during the veer but she remalned with All in all we spent four successful vears in high school Tany of us were promlnent in school activitles and held various club offices durlng our star in school Our eenlor vear was perhaps the most successful along these Dnes Our last dave were filled vlth preparatlons for our long sought goal vraduatlon ind so me bid farewell to our T H 3 and to the many happv tlmes we spent there Je take w1th us our memories and high hopes for the future I - , , . .I , ,, J ' ,V 5 u A 1 . 1 , X N, 3 L . rt. 5, .L I 1 . -1 ' 1 . 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' o CHJASS VVILL We, the cla s of nlneteen forty ght, 1U sound mind and h alth phy lque, do make this our l f 1111 and test ament rach artlcle here described 18 he1ueathed evendly to the below nentloned lndivlduals according to the terms of thls will and te tament Je hereby declare a sole HdW1Hl trntor our Princi hr Boyd, to qdm niet r thle will 1nd te tament ae he sees f t Prank lest leaves h1s petltc flgure and quaint qulps to John Iurnane in the hope that he wlll attain bigger and better thlngs over anythlnr, pTOV1dCd he doesn't abuse the privlege more than she does To Dlck llaak Gene Redmon leaves his ablllty to make teacher sm le and forget they are mad Shlrlee llank bequeathes to Barbara Berg the book o n How To Reduce , whlch she has studied in va1n for years 111118 'Toothlessn Locke generously leaves his beau tlful smnle to the glTlS of Las Vegas Hlgh School oonnle Iorrin leaves her HNew Looku to Bobby Buol who wears her skirts as models do bathing Suits Cerald Sharp leaves his ten gallon hat to Mick Mer lino so Mick will be able to cover that 'Mohawkn haircut until it grows out again lrleen Lofthouse Jalters leaves her roping ability to Fhvllls Furgerson in hopes Phil will be able to chane0 her Shorty' from a G I to a rootln' tootln' cowboy 1 one v son eas Sieve Balllet leaves h1s ability to fix typewriters to Gene lettygrove in hopes that Cene will Know what 50 do with the spare parts that wlll remaln after he repairs them arl Smith leave hls quiet ways and good manners to Vavne Holloway Maybe it would be better to leave them to his horses earl' Don Leban leaves his executive abillty to Ed Shields hopgng that Ed will be Presldent of the larinet sectionof the band To Sylvia Jagles, Frances Sorhouet 1eaVeS her CHPH r rd work all h'll o Cltx QETJQQ Playford, Dan Murnane wills his abllity for a smart crack or practical woke, so he can keep The Schvvl alive and the teachers in darkness when we Deni0rS BPO gone. . Doug Douglass leaves his abillty to get to school by at least 9:00 to Edith Currie, who holds a perfect attend- record for the year. ance Sara Titus bequeaths her bashful ways to Doris Cas- ner hoping that Doris won't have to blush as often as Sara does. C1 .ust To the entire high school, the Senior ass J 1-1-11 : S . 'eil . 'L Q - .'y vrs.. A ,' n T. . 4 " 71 5 I I , .1 ,, , , ,. , S . . . x I 'v . . L. - 'S g X o ' 'ca 4 ' 1 I 1 Q L 1 .' . -5 ' W, , g . ' g A .L . 9 L I S rf - 1 . 1 'I Q 1 - 1 e U , 3 -I . I ' , . .4 . Sally Buol wllls to nr. Tennant her abllity to argue . . A O . i . . . A , S .1 , C' ' 1 V ul vv N ' , ' ' e , . . , , - . . . . - 0 1 ' fy I Q A g I , J - f Y U l ' v I . el 0 . fl " V U I r S o V O rv , 1 K 1 , . U L . . C ,S I L . J . Fl . O 'r ' . 1. K1 -, ' V I 1 Q I ' V' e . V L 9 . x . I 'W leaves! I F. I Al I. 1 -' 1 wig if 'A '45- 1 '. 5, 317 ' si 3 K 2' YZ! I iv. 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I 'L 6, av -X 1 X xhxxqx X We CARNIVAL One of the biggest events of the year, the High School Carnival, took place October 17, 1947 All the students par tlclpated ln its success under the supervlsion of Mr Ray mond Tennant and the help of the faculty Among the wide variety of games and other entertainment were the penny pitch, fish pond, dart game, keno, bowl 'em over, paddle wheel, bean count, pool marble game, ring the duck, beauty parlor, Madam Fortuna, Senora Seezalla, sideshms and hot dog and refreshment booths An added attractlon this year was a cake booth Paddles were sold and the lucky wlnner recelved a homemade cake The new ldea proved to be a huge success The Variety show was also very successful It was made up of a variety of comical and musical attractions, and was presented three times durlng the evening It was hlghly en tertalning and engoyed by all The climax of the evening, the announclng of the Queen, was anxlously awalted by all The six lovely candldates were Shirlee Plank, Sara Tltus, Joan Hacker, Dorothy Casner, Bar bara Berg, and Paula Douglass At twelve o'clock Dorothy Cas ner was crowned Queen of A7 After the coronation the draw ing of the Carnlval tlckets took place The prizes for thls year were lst prize, 200 gal fuel oil 2nd prlze, J20 gpg cery order, 3rd prize, 515 grocery order, Ath prize a perman ent at 0lga's Beauty Parlor, and Sth prize, a sack of potatoes The Carnival was a social and financial suocess thanhi to the townspeople, faculty, and students of T.H.S. After a final count of money matters, it was disclosed that our clear profit for the Carnival amounted to -,51 ,7h.o.L+L+. ,. ,IW Q ,lv ' X s T we M y lxxn Kg MU if x , v, XX .xx Ys r, x . . . . o - - I . O O , - , . . . . . - ' an O Q - U , , 1 1:11, ll I , pl -hd 1, SENIOR PLAY The Senior Class presented their annual play November 21, l9b7, under the direction of Mrs. Mary Burrous. The play, a 3 act comedy, was entitled 'We Shook The Family Tree'. It IIQS highly entertaining and was very successful. The cast of char- acters are as follows: Hildegarde Dolson Sally Buol Mr. Dolson iFather7 Gene Redmon Mrs. Dolson IMotherl Shirlee Plank Bob Dolson Doug Douglass Sally Dolson Frances Sorhouet Freddie Shermer Dan Murnane Mr Shermer Don Logan Mrs Shermer Arthur Higgins Paige Mason fa six year old! Mary Sorhouet Ellie Mae CBob's girl friendlArleen Walter Jill lEllie Mae's friend! Dot Casner STUDENT BODY PLAY The Student Body presented a hilarious three act comedy entitled WThe Nutt Family W March 24 Phe play was directed by Mr Ray Tennant The cast of characters are as follows Dr P Nutt Carl Smith Meta Nutt Phyllis Furgerson Ima Nutt Doris Henderson Wall Nutt Joe Florez Orestus Gene Redmon Sylvia Gaylord Bobby Buol Cerise Dorothy Casner Bea Vise Sally Buol Henlen Shelton Sylvia Jagles Larry Smart Don Logan Vivien Tepper Edith Currie Charlotte Neal Connie Morrin Lila ..f Pat Zeni The Junior Prom was held April 3rd at the Civic Center The hall was decorated along the theme, nMoonlight and Roses ' The Junior Class engaged the White Pine Varsity Band and floor show for the affair Before the dance started a Senior Junior Banquet was held at the Town Hall The banquet was given b the Junior class in honor of the Seniors The Prom was well attended and was reported a huge success by the Jun lor Class 2 ' r -I JUNIOR PROM ' ' ld VIS? J 'A my, ' 1 . stock HTi'BANQ6rTY ' The Block 'T' Banquet was held in May at the Town Hall Cafe. It was attended by the Block 'T' members, the faculty, and members of the school board. After the banquet a dance sponsored by the 'Block 'TQ' was enjoyed by the Studum Bodyz SENIOR SPAGHETTI FEED The Senior Class Spaghetti Feed was held March 18 in the High School Gymnasium. Mrs. Peter Beko donated her ser- vices by cooking the spaghetti, which everyone enjoyed im- mensely. The spaghetti was sold for SOQ a plate. The feed was a success both financially and socially, with a crowd of ap- proximately 300 people attendlng F H A BANQUET A banquet was enjoyed by the members of the F H A Club their escorts, and the faculty The banquet was held at the school and was served by tie Junlor High School home economhz Class After the banquet guests and members attended a dance sponsored by the club The entire evening proved to be very successful RUSH The annual freshmen lnitiation took place September 12 The freshmen were dressed ln an assortment of queer looking costumes Durlng the morning they entertalned the Student Bod' and at noon marched down malr street behlnd the Band The afternoon contests between the Sophomores and the Fresh men were started off wlth an 9XCltlHE basketball game The 30Phomores were the flnal victors of the Rush That nlght a dance was held to wlnd up the day's events RALLY The Basketball Rally vas held Dec 12 The students glthered around a huge bOUflP8 whlle the bqnd plived the school sonrs The che rleulers gave a number of yells before ever one formal a long chaln ani 'snake danced' through all the busvness establu h ents doxntoan X . e X . 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N: .1 - , 4 +4 'E , ' ' 6 ,V ' A . 1 Q ' - X A ,,'wm,mM U . .. - , 2 A 1, . . vm .- ,, A A4 '1 Q '. v T BAND The Tonopah Hlgh oCDOOl D884 has been especially actlve 1D the past year The Band opened a successful and progres sive season by appearing 1n several asserbly orograms and playlng for home basketball games A sprlng concert was glV6H larch 21st by the Band 1D front of the mlks Hall Several numbers were played as they marched through town The concert was well attended by the townspeople lhe Band went to Las Vegas for the lnvltatlonal festlval on Aorll 9 Several of the members were chose to represent Tonobah ln the Cllnical Band meet held LH sly, Lay 15 The band has shown flne probress under the leadershlp LETTERMEN e Bloc! 1' cans el sevent en newber 'e r Off1CPTS or th vexr were ene leftvfrove, Qresluent Bobb uuol, bec etarf Irince oorhouet lreasurer of kr Charles qayers Dogg Douglass xnl Don Logan xere avarden a Pour strlpe sweater and Gene rettvgrove, a tvo strlwe Those who recelved tbelr fl st ,weaters were thlunc slngha Don C1TJC, .lm 1V1Q aohn ,uas lete eagles u8UlSOH locke, doe Florez, and OUR LocLe Cene Rednon was ixlrded a manager" sweater aobbx Buol IRT lrxnces oorhflft also T8CGlVQQ swe ters for cheer lerclng t e faculty 11 the school board were lHVltGl Thev also spn Corel a dence, the funds of mhnch xere used to xsslst the bln duet inu helm Purth r next vear's club l FHA Twenty seven 5lTlS were uembers of F H A 10 lononah thls yelr he cl b ofllcers ale res ce1t, raula Doublass, Vlce res , llce elch becretarx, lalne uffen, freasurer, Teresa herrera, club Reoorter, hrances oorhouet, Parl1amentar1an,Sara Tltus, ro ects Chalruan, .rleen Lofthouse, Recreaflon Chalr nan, norotry Oasner rub Rel Chalrman, Shlrlee flank, Song Leader, Rachel xntonlazza anode the actlvltles the club has partlcloated 1M this fear are a shover for arleen Lofthouse, a food sale to P1136 money, and several other SJCldl events, blbaest of vHlCh w s t1e annual l H A Banquet held ln anrll The club also had CHdTg6 of the collectlon ol 5 ods for the ETIGHQS lp llaln ln To o ah IO 1 was selected for Dlstrlct No 2 F n A our vention held rrldaf aprll 9th Dne neetlne was attendedlw 139 glrls fro ll Darts of the state . 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Don Logan hJHGl6d the sports pages, and th feature sections Shlrlee Plank wrote txe many Frances e letters necessar for tne conpletiol of the annual Mrs Larg Burrous was our very efficient suservisor Our soecial thanrs go to nr Loxu for his approval and suggestions for our annual, xr lenlant for 11S nroof reading t Dan lurnane John lurnane, and Jerry Y D 6 b 9-Q 51: HCD 1-JP-' '4'U P'w oz: H o fro D E m U P o HU! H w EV-V 'JO Q23 J I-' O d Q m m 1- I3 Qu d Q L PJ n L m C1 C- Q m D d m e' D' o 0. 4: 'D o 2 Fr H P" cr C Cf cn rm P- D L: cr 5 Pat err m a sist Dual, Iaraer X 13 S 2 QR -.li 4.,,x Qa ,1 '- ww 641:15 Awww X N U!!! NEWSPAPER eandstorm durin the E itor lat was 15 usi ess lanager, Sa y Z ni act G1 or o t P th Gene denies PS As lstait c bf h llis ruryerson Ft udltOT, oltl uurflg Q sports ditor wo resoxters ere lectec Tren ch 1 ss lv Duo n n M rnin r presen 1 me el c a Sen or Class, Loris H-ndersol from the uU1lJl lass an Q Casner and John Lurnane fro the lresflen Class oris Joan Hacker wls chosen to edit the weehl Sandstorf which a ears n the Times Bonanza V -o ra h 6 tions were turner out curl 1 vear Q- has r consisted of dltOVl1'S alerts OCld1 I 'Sl t and utter new Co les were Activities, tie ams orn sold for 10g awiece P pa,-r w s an ve bv 1 tl- S udsffs in vvrsr Opl' WY . . -.. . .I 'l r 1. r a . . . , ... 1 " 1 -- f. . , f, 3 ua . A X h . - - - : 2 ' . .. f C L F' ' ' V ' 1 f ' , M .. A Q o .1 , . ' ' .-, ' , n . " 5- "K ' r' 'vu 1 ' + L Q L 5 O V I f. 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'14 f , V E, 5 U 'cf 'L X25 'Y WH Rove J XA V om of'-VX 'lf' as 1 IRHC be BASK TBALI SEAS ON Ln1.2g, rlaylnb thelr first sale of the season, the uckers lost to the 20 30 team by a 38 26 score The muckers led at tae half, 18 15, but could not reep up the pace Dec 12 Enoloylng a very effectlve fast break, the huckers swamped the Bishop Broncos, 69 30 Logan led the attack xlth 30 polnts c 19 20 On Frldaj nlght the muckers agaln stirted o1f fast and defeated the Lund Iustin s b a 71 28 score The HBH' H1 ht, however, Lund settled down JDO led the loca1s for two quarters, but the Luckers warmed up and went on to wht 55 38 ec 22 Ag8lHSt tle Toropah Xlumni the hackers led all the way to wln, 37 3h an 3 Phe huckers on a hard fought contest from the Paw t orne Serpents by a score of 55 38 Pettygrove sparked the team wlth 23 polnts Jan 9 The nuckers, travelllng for the flrst tlze, were handed their 1nt1al defeat at Ely by the powerful Vhlte Plne Bobcats Bewlldered b5 the blg f cor, the locals couldn't et started and were swamped, 58 20 Jagpgl The Luckers cane back strong the next r ,ht to hand the eureka Vandals one of thelr flrst defe ts of the sea son It was an SXCltlHg ame, the score being 60 48 an 16 On Frlday Hleht tie Iuckers took the V1Slt1Hg Alamo way, wlth the reserv s ShOWlHg v ry well Jan 2A The locals were handed their second loss in H15 School competltlon to the berpents oi Hawthorne hloh The game was close throughout, v1th the serpents pulllng ahead ln the last two m11utSS Score, 35 30 lan-11 The Muckers defeated a flghtlng team of Blshop Bron cos at Blshop, 45 37 lhe game was fast Ylth slshop lead lng at halftlme, 22 21 Hovever, ln the second half h Nuckers took the lead and never rellnqulshed lt Feb Dlaylng thelr last home bane, the luckers were de feated by a smooth Baslc team, L8 39 The ans was very close untll the last quarter when, after two Mucker play ers fouled out, the Wolves pulled away to wln Feb The Muckers agaln suffered defeat by losln to the Nlldcats of Las Vegas, A8 30 The 'Cats started fast and the Iuckers could not overcome thelr lead b 2 The next nlght the nuckers wourneyeu to Alamo and handed them another defe1t, A5 39 The flrst strlnb ran un a commandlng lead and then turned the game over to the reserves who played a verv flne game Eeb 11 12 The Luckers travelled to Lund nurln the eek for two game serles w1th tie ustanos lhe flrst H1 ht the mlners were hard pressed to wln 33 22 nut the s cond nlbht found the luckers defense tlehtened and we vent on to a 33 l5 vlctory 4 1 :I , Y Ti 9 ' - f ' ff -xr Y, . , 1.1 L.. - 1 f - . A . - A g 1 1 . . ,, in1 4 1 . . . . I'l . De - ' , ' wr H, - E, -1 , I' f- 14 " .4 4 E, V1 " g n . S 'J , 1 U X 4 1 'V 1 ' 0 D , ' '- , f 1 J. x . 4 ' I J ' J M - M 1 - f f - - . ' . . I 1: . . . in v " A X, 1 . . . ,, . " 1 I . . . 1 7 ' J- .. . 5 - . -1 ' ll 11 ' 1 ,iz V1 T ' ' 7 J-J L - Ll ' . . 0 QT, r " 0 . . , . . . J v N 1 u - . . . ,I team lnto camp wlth a 62-37 wln. The huckers led all the . . 9 53 V . 1 nh . . W . -. . ' L' , A o rw 0 1 1' . , . 1. Q ' 0 . . . .' A V' up . L - . , , A I I 'V . 7, . - . . . ' - g nf , tale 7 , . . . . A o LP . . M ,. 4. A 'A - ' 1-l 1 . 1 fl yi F4 ' 5 . ' I if Af 1 " ' N rw ' . ,., . 6 . . 1 - Q """?'v. . - - f ' - . -: " , . lb f . Q I ' 0 1 ' ,J , Fe 1 'V v 1 Q 0 I ls. ' c. ' Q . 1 ,I l . u ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' . 1, - - 4 - L .'. a . - 5, ,, ru ' ' ,, " ., 1 4-1 " Q Q, mf. L " ' - "' 0 T e l ' fy ' '- ' T ' , , " 0 OO Q 15 on Saturday night the fuckers were handed the r flrst defeat by a B school at rernley, h 27 AIHUS lrst strv forward, uon Logan, the huckers could not WlthStdHQ a last half splurge by the Vacqueros, falllng prey to the r fast breaks Egg 20 For the seconl tlme Th1S ye r, the uckers xere de feated by the Baslc delves The Jolves ran up a qulck lead and then presented a stiff defense whlch the uckers cauld n't penetrate blnal score A3 22 gone Tournament, Feb 26 21,28 On rrlday afternoon, the muckers played thelr flTSt Dane of the tourney 853lHSt the Alamo 2anthers SCOTlHb al1ost every time they came down the floor, the uckers swamped the Panthers, oO 37 wlth every member of the team plarlng an excellent game On Saturday Hlght the 1LCx8TS vled v1t tnelr arch rlvals fran BUHKCTV1 le for the Zone crovn Bunaerville started fast, holdlng an 8 3 lead at the Ilrst ,uart r nen the Muckers, dlsplav ng good teamwora and b ll control, beban to domlnate the game and rolled to an 1 presslve 39 31 v1c tory State Tournament, mar lo,ll,l2 For tnelr flrst Dame Tonopah drew the Wells Leopards from the Eastern Conference The lucmers rolled to an over whelmlng lo 2 lead at the quarter ma F and then coasted to a A6 33 vlctory wlth the reserves flnlsh nb the blme In the flnal game for the NDN Chanplonshlp, before one luckers lost a close, 6XClt1Hg game to the Carlln QallTOadBT Q5 LO The f1rst half saw Tonopah holdlnb a 9 8 ,uarter edge, belng behlnd 10 points and then overhaullng Carlin to take a 25 23 halftime lead In the second half Carlln took over short lead only to have the Luckers t1e 1+ up agaln But the Carlln heleht began to tell and the uchers succumbed ln the last quarter Tonopah was honored by havlng t ree Tucaers placed the All Conference HBH DlV1S1OD leam at las Vegas also the sam three were plcked for the All State 'BN team at the Tournament in Reno ' tt Logan lodobah forward L8dVl Tettybrove lonobah forward Sharp Scow Lund southern Acne BN Beam All.5.2.2........... ll H lst St Frazler Gonzales Yendr1cK Davls Douglass r1n lernley Carlln earlln Fernley lonopah forward Doutless Forward Forvard Center Guard Guard B'v1lle Center Alamo huard 2nd Str loaan etty rove Comer TOTTOW lores lonopah 'uard lng Tonooah loropah lernley ells Curlln F b 2 ' 'u 1 4 "1 1 ' l , 0 . 2- . 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I I 1,1 4- ' s Q o u o 0 Q 0 ' U ' ' ' ' ' 'A' ' . - ..a - ..,Y, TRACK Coach Meets was greeted by 27 candidates for spring tryouts in Tracr this season. After a week of condition- ing the trachsters competed in the interclass meet which was copped by the Seniors. The team, as a whole, showed strength in the High Jump, Broad Jump, Pole Vault, the dashes, and high hurdles, but was weak in the weights md distance runs. However, with five meets on their sched- ule before they enter the State Meet, the squad will Uwe a chance to develop and may be strong enough to cop sev- eral places when they compete at Reno. SCHEDULE: Dual meet with Bishop Tri wa Meet at Hawthorne Dual Meet with Hawthorne Yerington 20 30 Relays Zone Meet at Las Vegas State Meet at Reno Last vear's Tracn team, although copping only one point in the State Leet, was much more formidable than tne preceding year's team hive meets were scheduled ad Toiopah nlacel we l in all except one oChHDTl Dual meet vith Hawthorne Tri Way leet at Hawthorne Yerlngton 20 Bo RelaYS Boulder Relays State Ieet at Reno oO ball After the finish of trac ex on, t e int rc 1 s tournament is onducted at the ball par? fter s howl clo es, the school soon ors a team n the c tv leagu ur ne' the smmner 'month - :yr O v L I . . , Y, . L 1 1 Q R, -' l ' . H' L ,EZ .-, , M K . f X of I Xl K - I W '1 I 4 " l'T1v.uI,I, OO The other maior snort of Tonopah High School is Soft , ' , A "', t,k 9 :S A h ' 9 las h U . C ,. . , . c L. Ark C X S , . n .I V L . J ' i U fi D - i, 0 . , -. 'ny . . S n Se t 3 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr Mav June 1 ... .. ...FF u 8 CALENDAR Once again we enter the halls of T H S We face another year of fun, dances and studies Mr Tennant elected Student Bodv Sponsor at Hrst student meeting Also voted to sponsor yearbook What a gay time the upperclassmen had today Freshman initiation' Elected Annual staff today Time to start work Say everybody' Dance tonight yep, Frosh Fling It's here the biggest event of the year T H S Carnival Good time for everyone Dot Casner elected CARNIVAL QUEEN' Sophs up to something again' Everybody welcome at Sophomore Hop' Inf rclass basketball begins today Look you underclassmen,it's 'SIR'week' Beware Senior Play, WE SHOOK THE FAMILY TREE,' very successful Ah' that time of year again' Plenty of turkey for all at the Thanksgivlng Party tonlght' Basketball season opens' Game 8g81DSt 20 30 luckers defeat Bishop, 69 31 Everyone hustllng fo Chrlstmas Program Muckers defeat Lund two games' Christmas Vacation' Free for two whole veeks' huckers defeat Hawthorne, 55 38 Vacation over' Back to chool aga n Muckers embark for Eastern tour Semester Emma Arleen becomes the brlde of Bill Jalters Best wishes Arleen and Bill' Muckers plaved last home game of the season 39 30 luckers STLTF RUFNFRS UP' Defeated by Carlin in flnal game by h5 bO score' Like spaghettiq Jell, here's Your chance Senlor Spaghetti Feed' Easter Vacation' Track season opens Pet out our best suit and form l for the cunlor Prom and Junlor Senior Banquet' Band eoes to Vegas for Muslc Festlval g2tQi5'S Day lea Stlte Track Meet clinlc Band Baccalaureate o8TVlCSS for the graduates Double trouble' Tlme for flH8lS afaln' Blggest Dance of year' Senlor Ball' lward day' Annuals out' GRLDL TION' High School plcnlcs oCUoOn'S OUT VW p 0 a I 9 7 - , - 12 0 . -----0 26 0 -O 9 0 "' L 1.7 "' "' o 0 s 25 . . . 7 ,e .. 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