El Dorado High School - El Doradoan Yearbook (El Dorado, KS)

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Mr. Hughes retires Q 2 X E i if r- , August the first of this year, ending a long fxt 'v ' ? this community as superintendent of our it and successful career in the field of educa- i i is K M ' DICiUATION Qafwimqlg 'rx ' QQ Se, 'iqhfvvg-I rv-org . 951, ifgaeabfjvb Lyuvhfugb I fi ' vw P V N x,f.,LN:e.f'-Ai! Z- ' ' f'.4,e9"'X .3 ,Lf IQJXVJMUJJQQ rx ,W -i-. FACUL Y B ' ffmuf JMMJV 4 . xx-,K 'yn , W V " '!v f'.f2Z',fY'xfQf'!Y-v7 M 75, f F 4 41 1, J t V. D Paul A, Jxfyex' A-,QJ k?77k.,6L,' if Vckjgf A I., f 0 ,.- Lillian Benson Gladys Faye Beuchat Helen Bradford Hallie Broadie Harold B1-yan H fi aw yd R W A- M JW' Clbvvkj lxleHllCSlTEf:11 QJCV Robert. G. Douglass f,fJ,JL,L OJgC!k4D ,4.Jl.g,L:-Lcviff Alberta Doyle fwfffffbofil Iames F ELlNVRl'll5 ' ' A , f I ,,,,,yLfQcy1a1-res Fuller 'wel UUJJLQ William Grove V Luke B. Headrick N w 6' ' 1 . .. X .y ' ' 1 f ,ffl . ' Myrrl Houck t J , , Kuo Rachel Hoyt J I ' I Marie Lafferty -NW " - ,jrw . Robert McCollum 'W James lVlc'Dopalal '. X .2 " P B . 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Mannion, Jr , nita Jerralerge Marsh Nancy " Davig2VavytegfM5gi,1r H e f f A f 'rr ff BettyJJean Maxwell hester Lee McCoy Jack Turner McDonald Patricia Josephine Mclntire Mary Kathryn McKinney James Alvin McReynolds ichard James Meyer Marjorie Mae Miller Masie Jean Mitchell William Earl Moore James Patrick Murray, Jr. ?' -BWW GN 'W' ,Egan 1.,z.sfvec:+f,3 - . - . , ,L 1 -" . - , fl 11' f' L--'?L.,-.14'Lf' r Ruth Marilyn Meyers ' Wilma Lois Needham V Richard Russell Neely Keith Eldon Nixon Richard Liggett Oblander , Lois Elaine Owen Richard Allen Peal Kenneth Edwin Pierce Marjorie Eleanor Peirce Margaret Ellen Pennington fi-1- Donald Prigmore ' '44 Jetta Sue Purcell ,f J ,lb . .- ,-7 , Charles William Remmert ' R' Melvin Duane Richey 3 ff! Larry Marvin Riggs Phyllis Jean Riggs Jerry Claire Robbins rf Elroy Iran Robinson, Jr. D Roberta Marie Ruckert ' Jack Ellis Schafer L Q- .C-L Sf' 9 fx ,f , f jim. Carol Lee Schmidt Bobby J. Schoolfield -f Darrell Schriver ,Q I A .4 .Q lag 4,.,e7-. Jack D. Scott, Jr. 3.16 S 5J , Q C? y - :Z L , Lloyd MU1-1-97 U 'J.,,J Riff , R' 'Gerald Palmer Sl1fjlfl'efg,' L4 ..f!5Qu,,,,,,,cA,Lki J ., , .Eg .41 ,J .Ax A , f 'ff .J 4' ,-. l . f, fy - 1- . ., 4' ,ffef , ,, , 4. . 1, Q. Y M K i . V, Charlotte Jean Shook J Marvin Ewing Smith Virginia E. Smith Cleda Marcille Snow Michael Phillip Speaker Pearl Dorathea Srader Frank Louis Stackley J Chris Stark, Jr. Robert Arthur Stebbins James Leo Sullivan Virginia Lea Sweeney Richard Stewart Tarrant Merle Ray Taylor Margaret Jane Thompson Barbara Kay Trapp W Robert Alvin Trostle Clarence Ernest Van Fleet, William Wining Webster Dorothy Jean Welty Thomas Eugene Werts Norma Elaine Wesley James Mark West Carl Morris Williams Lola Juanita Williams Eloise Zieman um? - Iumors ' fUfDD6I1L Left C01'd?-ll' J 5, 'Marlene ',-Q1 Johnson, ' CCenterJ Miss Mary jqr,0iye1.-Lefty M,.,sp'idT Sllliggnklggfllvifnh Xi - 1 ' , ,Q ' fn, fi. K+ . ' gllower. Righty Ji li 4- Gipifs' klllootliall f 1 E 2 Y X5 - ju 1fMiddleqRightJV-,C Headers g 3 . 4 5' E 4 V ll. 2 leg? 3 3 X ' Q 3542 W5 -12 ,QI -. x- Ben Dalton, president: Tighe, secretaryg Bill ing Class. X Top: 4th row-Hartshorn, Eisenhour, Dalton, Darnold, Kieth Green, Gipson, R. Green, Farling, J. Fowler Cook, D. Fowler, Bulnoise. 3rd row-Feller, Bell, Boone. Bellew, DeLeon, Barr, Ball, Bright, Chase, Bailey Dunham. 2nd row-Buser, Greiner, Daniel', Grove, Bigler, Gates, Duncan, Guthrie, Dennis, Cox, W. Green B. Burke. lst row-Dickerson, Brown, Fudge, Cooper, Hogoboom, Day, Butterworth, J. Betty, Adams, For ristall, Funk, Gladfelter, B. Betty. Middle: 4th row-Manion, Kinsinger, B. Johnson, McKown, Newcomer, McCauley, J. McAdoo, Maus, Neigh bors, Holladay. 3rd row-Jolliffe, Lively, Mulvaney, Morris, Kroph, P. Johnson, Liiggett, Kell'ey, Morti, B McAdoo, 2nd row-J. Hull, Nihiser, Martin, Overton, Y. Hull, Myers, C. Jones, Noland, Linn, Knoblock Leach. lst row-Larkin, Lamb, Leonard, Hughes, McGuire, Jenkins, Lehr, Moss, Lively, Moore, Lewis, Mat- tox. Bottom: 4th row-Patty, Thorburn, B. Walker, Pyle, Pippig, Post, Parsons, Salmans, Rawlings, Sewell, C. Smith B. Wilson, L. Smith. 3rd row-Pickett, Parry, Riley, Stanton, Zieman, Wagner, K. Schmidt, Trent, Ridge- way, E. Walker, A. Wilson, Sibley. 2nd row-Ratley, Schoneberg, S. Schmidt, Phillips, Porter, D. Schmidt, Sweeney, Rebstock, D. Smith, Reed, Sullivan, Shaffer. lst row-Shockely, Palmer, Page, Taylor, R. Schmidt Warren, Rost, B. Wilson, Waymire, Tighe, Robertson, Shaner, Silor. 13 1 + 1.1 ,W Q . a .V an E gil, l I, X, 1 w Im 55 . ' 342,- TQ I x Gal? U -fuk Wh ,h.,,. if 9 .A - .., - ., ,BM ,M 1 ' - NIMH ' "Y 1 ' W "' ,Quinn 1' V' '- gftgyff e+Ww,aJJwwhw V 'LJ .YQQM af ff ,Fw .ig a ,Emi X I ' M wi mjwflxgji W. 0,95 Y E, N .Q..awyj' , f- av ' --iv-v"""6E-4. f ,LA f- --rv" -- It -- 1 51... . D311 "HV ,1 3 Mi T"' "WJ 'fra I W 4 lv t.li"""' nv Top picture: lst row left to right-George, Gilliland, Dunning, Cowley, Cherryholmes, Bacon, Baker, Adrian Arb, Cannon, Farthing, Crum, Dale. 2nd row-Grant, Franklin, Delahunt, Binter, Burns, Crist, Boyce, E Gipson, J. Cook, Davis, Bullard, Gillis, Coons, Dungan. 3rd row-Bowers, Bryan, Cantrell, Garland, Bailey J. Green, Faulkner, Bass, Bell, Anderson, Echart, Breewood. 4th row-Cox, J. Cook, Elder, Feder, Braman Fisk, Barnes, Bruce, Dickinson, Foster, Bolin, Feller, Andrus, Church.. Middle: lst row-Norris, R. Leh1', Mahan, Morgan, Lively, Haggard, Hamblin, Long, McKenzie, Komer, Murphy Link, Ittner. 2nd row-J. Lehr, Grubb, Hamilton, Mye1's, Harper, S. Martin, Harper, Logan, Kimball, Hill Lewis, Hamaker, Gray, Kirkman. 3rd row-Kennedy, Mossman, J. Green, Harvey, Kinney, Hartnett, D Martin, Moriarty, O'BrienX Hudson, Keith, McGoyne. 4th row-Jackson, Lamb, Moreland, Harvey, Nye Hollis, Lynch, Lochamy, Lemasters, H. Myers, Lovern, Hildebrand, Miller, Grosch. Bottom picture: lst row-Van Beber, M. Smith, J. Richey, West, Pennington, Thomason, Seymour, Wisely Vogelman, Parscal, Shaffer, Young, Perry, Wiley. 2nd row-Sholders, Bowyer, Riggs, Srader, Studebaker R. Richey, Schmidt, Redburn, Zieman, Roberts, Willett, Wade, L. Smith, Peyton, Rainwater. 3rd row-Walls Steiner, Seeber, Porter, Shomber, J. Smith, Davenport, Quinones, Unger, Pershall, Thompson, Sharp, Thomasl 4th row-Wichers, Pierce, Wentworth, Wall, H. Green, Robertson, Spires, Thorbourn, Reep, Slnook, E. Wall, Waldorf, Ridpgeway. .I 5 K L 1 1 1 'F ' 1 X H . - , ll NINTH GRADE Top: Row 1-Sutton, Cooper, Tapscott, White, Thorburn, Biggs, Post, Wertz, Warren, Whisler, Welty, Young, Usrey, Sullivan, Scanlon. Row 2-Helmer, Silver, Patty, Schmidt, Throckmorton, Ritchey, Rackl'ey, Ramsey, Smith, Moore, Schmidt, Sanders, Whatley, Sweeney, Srader. Row 3-Rutherford, Woelk, Smith, Smith, Rost, Wesley, Scott, Smith, Sibley, Wisdom, Sewell, Snook, Schlesinger, Russum, Robbins, Shafer, Welsh. Row 4- Stock, Summers, Warren, Sargent, Robbins, Peffley, Evans, McGayne, Shafer, Page, Palmer, Brown, Brooks, Bowman, Richards, Parks, Wilson, Wimberly. Middle: Row 1--Coralzes, Mossman, Long, Lockard, Incontro, Krifteworth, Lehr, Myres, Merwin, Cervantes, Hammer, McAdoo, Nace, Loos, Kail, Moore, Latta. Row 2-Metcalf, Brazil, Banks, Bonnell, Crelly, Newberry, Rummel, McCoy, McWilliams, Beaman, Towner, Herrman, Bu1'ch, Hogoboom, Higgins, Hogoboom, Earp. Row 3--Davenport, Dewall, Cornwell, Cary,'Brumback, Johnson, Maus, Lietzke, Schwantz, Ferguson, Fessenden, Statts, Peterson, Hiedeman, Baker, Jordan. Row 4-Lewis, Merriman, Murphy, Orr, Thomas, Schoolfield, An- thony, McCully, Hildebrand, Lewis, Miller, Rolland. Row 5-Crabtree, Middleton, Kizer, Lewis, Newsom, Mur- ray, McGinnis, Kieth, Kelly, Martin, Marcum, Hughey, Luke, Ott, Jolliffe. Bottom: Row 1-Bruce, Higgins, Faster, Johnson, Fowler, Butler, Clark, Fry, Farthing, Adams, Burns, Bailey, Haines, Freeman, Baker, Row 2-Fowler, Edwards, Cloyds, James, Gregerson, Brower, Caldwell, Easley, Blaine, Hughes, Hayes, Burch, Carson, Derstein. Row 3-Ehrlich, Eisenhower, Elder, Harvey, Ferguson, Funk, Abbot, Hayes, Hawkins, Breton, Gautier, Criss, Cooper, Foraker, Belk, Burch, Hopkins. Row 4-Garland, Datin, Covert, Golobay, Gentry, Cantrell, Dwire, Daniel, Harrison, Binter, Faulconer, Barlett, Anderson, Hollis, Dauber. Row 5-Hearrell, Braman, Dale, Dillon, Colman, Anderson, Ash, Ash, Bell, Gornelison, Huar- racha, Hobson, Finey, Carlton, Houser. V 162 A 1-Pi ,.4. 1 - I STUDENT CQUNCIL .ijilv ,iff ,l It 44 5 ENT ,J -' 1 P .i - J. . Q , . n - ll J I 43 -J' 'ill 'xii ff J ' u N I ' ' ,-. 4: i V 1 '., Q",-' sifiuy . 4 " i " i , A in , Since the first of school when the campaign for vice-president started, our Student Council has sponsored numerous activities, such as school dances, W. P. A. Week, and a carnival in the gym. Besides these, they have sponsored the project of sending money to the school in Beaugency, helped in the Community- Clean-Up Campaign, and amended the high school constitution. The officers, of whom We are very proud, are Jim Barber, Bill Johnson, Dorthy Ann Smith, and Richard Thomp- son. ,elf ,,f T iff' . i if v , 'V' 'J' ' L' ,.-.1 Q ,-.w 4 ' If f ' 4 :."lrl T A 'q 15 J PM yin ,lg jg lmg X N, I ' If .. . .nf -J! jjr Standing: Lewis, Crelly, Kunkle, Miller, Phillips, Mattix, Camron, Lemasters, P1-igmore, Peal, Van Fleet, Donlay, Carroll, Cunningham, Leach, Dalton, Loyd, McKown, Walls, Mr. Cornwell. Seat- ed: lst row-Breese, Johnson, Barber, Thompson, Smith, 2nd row-Moss, Cook, Bacon, Studebaker, Hamblin, Franklin. 3rd row-Bell, Miss Doyle, Bass, Cook, Bolin. 4th rovv-Newcomer, Seeber, Foster, O'Brien. 17 Q 1 f 'Il K 1" v O K -. - , Standm H'ut Ptal Crist Loyd Qexted l"clw'ude Pngmme M1 Snvdei Gantt Duiing thle year the Kayettee undei the eponeorship of Miss Laffeity and Miss Broadie have engaged in numerous activi- tieb Thioughout the year they have eent money clothing and Chrietmae cards to our foreign affiliate in Beaugency, France. The highlight of the yeai was the highly suc- cessful Kayette Week from March 19 to March 24 ending with the Annual lVlother- Daughtei Banquet Lead by their very fine officers-Jean qi ""' I ' A' " "" 'Q " " - "2" 5 'N" N """' zz' ' Y V Q A E I E Q2 I I :Q V ' YL-,fi A , i f e.'4fw ', . T- fy i!" ,fl Vg P' JMX HI-Y CABINET AND SPONSOR ' V 1 . V: V Q, v , U if -' ' . f vi X -. i I ., I -I -' l H! , A M I ,Q r I y . I ', ' N . .A ' x -N , Bell, Dorothy Ann Smith, Lea Large, and Marlene Dickerson-Kayettes this year had a membership which included nearly every girl in E. H. S., and their various activities attest to their lively interest in their organ- ization. r .4-va--4. E... IS Elf' 'fE5l7"' 1f Row 1--Hart, Cameron, Edwards, Prigmore, Scott, Carroll, Burns, Ridgeway, Richey, Sholders, Dunham, Kroph, Sewell. Row 2-Hudson, Martin, Pyle, Peal, Moore, McAdoo, Barber, Jolliffe, Houston, Morti, Van Fleet, Gruver, Myers, Robinson. Row 3-Riggs, Crist, McDonald, Long, Le- masters, Patty, Johnson, Duncan, Smith, Lively. Row 4-Mr. Snyder, Guthrie, Dennis, Dalton, Demo, Oblander, Nixon, Doty, Coffman, Faulconer, Williams, Gamble, Liggett, Green. A Hi-Y is a group of young men who havebanded together for fun and Christian Fellowship. This organization under the leadership of E. E. Snyder has functioned well for several years, and we hope will continue for many more. One of the highlights of the year was the annual banquet served by the mothers of the members. The Hi-Y started a campaign in El Dorado to secure a miniature Statue of Liberty for our community. The officers for 1950 are Don Prigmore, president: Dick Crist, vice-presidentg Bill Edwards, secretary-treasurer. 19 . 675. 'f cf--S ,F ',- A I gif' K.1".f?f , f, I , - M7 M G 'c,f7lu,fW9wf'fQU 'JV fkfsff :QJ:Z.2ff if 'V Q li f7 fe. - A .9 f .- fu ,I , K: Y ,Y ,ff ,LW-JJ "5'y"Qa5zcf1,-"L,f:f:'4b7fL.Qy lst row-Williams, Mrs. Carter, Pierce, Mclntire, Brunson, Ash, Thompson, Buhler, Riggs, Ruckert, Breese, M. Lehr, Hatton, DeLano, Keating, P. Srader, Lohse. 2nd row-M. Logan, J. Grant, Baltzell, Trapp, Wesley, Elm- borg, Lewis, Purcell, Blankenship, Harris, McKinney, Kunkle, Crelly, Maxwell, L. Long, Owens. 3rd row- Leach, Taylor, Porter, Overton, Fudge, Jones, Reed, Silo1', Rost, Schoneberg, S. Schmidt, Bigler, Pennington, Crowley, Palmer, C. Martin, Nihiser, Shaner. 4th row-Morgan, L. Srader, Willet, P. Logan, Kimble, B. Davis, V. Lewis, Haggard, Lehr, Crist, Lehr, D. Lively, Norris, Harper, Hamlin, Redburn, C. Pennington. McKinsey, Perry. 5th row--Y. Schmidt, Grubb, Bacon, Franklin, V. Grant, Baker, S. Martin, P. Riggs, Gipson, J. Cook, Roberts, Boyce, Arb, Studebaker, D. Harper, Link, Delahunt, Shook, Mitchell, Donlay, Gilliland. This year a new organization came upon the scene in E. H. S. A group of boys, not to be outdone by the girls, organized themselves into a pep club for basketball games. We sincerely hope that Wilbur's Wildcats are here to stay. The officers of the club for this year are Jack Scott, president, Carl Leach, vice-presi- dent, Don Duncan, secretary-treasurer, Larry Riggs, sergeant-at-armsg and Harold Bryan, adult sponsor. WILBUR'S WILDCATS lst row, left to right-Mr. Bryan, Leach, Kimball, Bolin, Erpelding, Richey, Smith, Riggs, Jones, Nixon, Oblander, Schoolfield, Taylor. 2nd row-Duncan, Scott, Kelley, Riley, Liggett, Pershall, Bass, Myers, Faulkner, Faulconer, Chase. 3rd row-Cameron, Green, Peal, Prigmore, Loyd, Porter, Trostle, Garland, Komer, West, Long, Lemasters, Donlay. 4th row-Lehr, Wilson, Smith, Ed- wards, Wilson, Warren, Morti, Demo, Sholders, Coffman, Johnson, Foster, Ridgeway, Webster. 5th row-Guthrie, Parry, Johnson, Hartshorn, Don Feller, Feller, Jones, Post, Manion, Ball, Mc- Cauley, Walker, Maus, Green. r i- ., as 0-4 . , . ,Vi I ' ' 4,-3 'lift , T ' P soi.. '- 4 R 1 I . . ll 4' , vox We 'A V PG 5 . V, ,ii ,C f ,Z .L, li 'V,.7l -ff f". fxf V W, J .- 4 , .i , 'f' .i V :U f . L.. ..-v'L-f- . ' 'A . -- ,fin . . tl" 'ji' -4 ff. time -L" j Z 0.1757 Ai6xAL7l2ffl!' fi wifi!" ' ,ff'ZM'v fizwf-if -ff ' f I -I fr ." 1'- f N f 1, L -71? V ff 32" 1 ,Ju . - 4" Q i ,.. - . ,- fa' eu-' V 'i ' . 11 f - Q 1 -.4 'V .J . ,ff .,.. , 1 1 ' , ff: fl -' . e. . , ,. ' ' f", - , cz' lf,-' 'J ' 1 -.Q JWQYQJJ' Af-iff l,.L,Af,f.1Lg'4,.,jt.ff4v-iQf,l avivlhffi iikrfiy, 'T-?fy?v I rniyfiwilf-.,..vjL7L,li,1 J I L., ,xi -.f , Y -, ,,- , I ,. . V - i - . fy.. ., ,.- ff ,, ,,r A I f n ,f fr- f-w f .V -L f .7 .' .1'! If .N fn, -fn .- ., if J A 1.-' . , ff f .fi ,- f. , A -"lf'1'I.e. 1st row-Fowler, Hartgrove, Smith, Miller, Welty, N. Martin, Bracken, Large, Hope, Mitchell, C. Schmidt, Marsh, C. Shook, R. Meyer, Needham, Moss, Daniels. 2nd row-Robbins, Kisecker, Fansler, Funk, Jenkins, D. Schmidt, Phillips, Mattox, Gladfelter, B. Betty, Rebstock, Hamilton. A. Page, J. Betty, Pearman, Hogoboom. 3rd row-Hughes, Leonard, Shafer, Larkin, Lehr, Tighe, Sullivan, Smith, M. L. Myers, Lamb, B1'own, Dickerson, Lewis, Shockley, Forristal, Noland, Knoblock. 4th row-Greene, Hill, Long, Ogan, Ham- acher, Wisely, Burns, Mahan, Seymour, H. Myers, S. Thomason, Cherryholmes, Binter, Scholler, Stiller, Wade, Cowley, Gillis, M. Schaffer. 5th row: Sharp, Thomas, Harvey, Crum, Coons, I. Smith, Wiley, B. West, Dun- ning, George, Peyton, Komer, M. Smith, Ramsey, Van Beber, Bowyer, Richey, Ittner, Smock. RED PEPPERS This year, as for several years, the Red Peppers have been the outstanding pep club in the Ark Valley. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Wini Carter they have really supported our athletic teams. The highlights of the year for the members were the Pep Club Dance and the annual Pep Club Banquet. The Pep Club can be very proud of its officers this year: Becky Breese, president, Vicky Mattox, vice-president, Pat Kunkle, business manager, Sally Thomason, secretary, Bobby Shook, treasurer. - CHEERLEADERS - Kneeling: - Marlene 'Moss 1 Juanita Williams Bernice Daniels Standing: J John Korner Jim West Burt Long' S l ,,, 1 F. -.K i N., , N NK- vs ,f 'A 5 V ' Afapvtf .f f, , 1,1 'QW XPP! .aa Wzfryf., - - . 1 ff! ,L ff l , . f , - '.'f.i'1!-1 . ,173 4' ,.,,rfif .45 .f.1ia'?5wf' fiA5fS"f'5ip?f-fi'3'!4fQ'?fJf't1'if'' dfagzff g, 17 Y, ' ' ' 'l K. , X.. X, N .x A V RQ 1 it it SVS? il l X5 l v XJ XRD xl Q ix M -w so -a , NJ 1 A N N' . Q 'lb Q mf We '-5,9-.Qj,, x - - ---- Q x wg gikgfg Back row-Dunham, Smith, Brooks, Dickinson, Bass Ratley. Thi1'd row-Wagner, XQQNA' Bowers, Patty, Schmidt, Cook, Wimberly, Salmons, W. R. McMill'an. Second row- xg 5, Carson, Brainan, Moreland, Burch, Thorburn, D. Wilson, A. Hogobooni, B. Hogo- flgx ,N , .1 boom, Andrus. First row-Chase, Remniert, Brant, Love, Stebbins. Qs, 33155 li' -if fm -XS, During this year the local F.F.A. engaged in many activities. Ffh 'xr . . . . . ANSJ. 1 S ,gk Skating parties, square dances, hayrack r1des, Chlll feeds and basketball X gt - p tg., jg games took up much of their time, but they also were busy preparing NX Qi ., Q? Sltvtw themselves for the state contests and conventions. Sponsored by W. R. "'-bij A X -Q34 McMillan, they placed high in all their events. N? ' ' 'fa' x X' ,, ,N XXX W ,lin Bob Brant has been elected to the degree of State Farmer. NNQ5, up K Xt S91 . . . "fi 'Y' X The officers for this year are: Bob Brant, presldentg Charles -Qi gi ,S fiixfttf, Remmert, vice-presidentg Robert Stebbins, secretaryg David Love, trea- X757 ,E NM surerg Edward Chase, reporterg John Unger, sentinal. ,si l N uillffll wig . . 5. QXXQQ i XJ xx 5 . NR 65 fl ix Vis 'Wiki its rl RST rg, S552 M- X' A Senior Farm Mechanlics Teamlg Junior Live Stock-Crop Judging Team. Inset: F.F. . repr sentativ ,ing pp Zlic spea cing. A -A 'av I fill .V ' ' KA ff" 'S 1" -ar' fmt 2 f . 4 71 ,4 3 ,?,,a.zf':-4-1 . . ' J, 1 ls A-'hqw-A ll., 9 431. 4, :Shi 0 , ,l v ,A 'M K Q " " f""if f f ' W it if ,f?",,,.i,,g, acl, askin-wily a 5 " "iie1'fili ,J V".:,1-T.. Jn... i ' "f' ! 'T V bgbf'-WV IJ ,407 ' p,,,,,.,,.yl2 A K elv"""' Xi OR RED CRGSS Standing-Srader, Lewis, Pershall, Murray, Werts. Seated, 2nd row-Miss Doyle, Baker, Grove, Larkin, lst row-Fansler, Moore, Mahan, Morgan. This year the Junior Red Cross participated in the nation-Wide program of sending' Junior Red Cross boxes to foreign countries. At Christmas time the organization sent fruit boxes to the St. Joseph's Or- phanage. They made Valentine favors for the trays at the hospital. These projects rounded out a very successful year for the Junior Red Cross. This year's officers are Patty Lewis, presidentg Phyllis Riggs, vice- presidentg Pat Moore, secretary: Joe Pat lVIcAdoo, treasurer. Representing El Dorado at GIRLS' STATE Margaret Thompson Jetta Sue Purcell BOYS' STATE Standing: Cameron, Peal, Riggs. Seated: m , h . ... .., - , , 23 Sports 41? 'mi Ql ' '.Q-if-fn ' f A ' gas--A Q, f lg.-. 19 N fx 1 3:1 'L , 46' ,W , - , 5 -.,- 'A EL, , --M' '4 gs, V xi X ,rr X x TUMBLING TEAM CLower Lefty Standing: Moriarity, Baily, Warren, DeLeon, Mr. McDonald. 2nd row- Bass, Garland, Riggs, Elder. Front rovf-Neighlmrs, Waldm-f, Wvlrster, Pyle, Lively. 24 Row 1-Blanchard, Cameron, Leach, Brazil, Feller, Prigmore,Mu1'ray, Barber. Row 2-McDonald, Smith, McKown, Guthrie, Seeber, Scott, Hartshorn, McDonald, Smith, McCoy, Johnson, Mannion, Kassebaum, McCollum. Row 3-Newcomer, Wentworth, Finch, Beever, Dalton, Wichers, Parry, Bass, Tarrant, Long, Carrol, Wilson, Bryan. , V . C E-CLUB Since the initiation when the shrieking and screaming initiates were put through their paces, the E-Club and its famed paddle have gone merrily along. The club, which is composed of E. H. S. athletes who have earned their letter on some school team, is sponsored by Coaches Jim McDonald, Robert McCollum, and Harold Bryan. The meetings and activities of the E-Club this year were climaxed by the annual banquet, one of the biggest and best of the year. The officers for this year are Pat Brazil, presidentg Don Prigmore, vice-presi- dent: Carl Leach, secretary-treasurerg and Don Feller, sergeant-at-arms. 25 Football Squad: lst row-Wilson, Gruver, Crist, Stackley, Kelly, Scott, L. Bell, Neeley, Beever, McKown Finch B. Johnson, Guthrie, Dennis, O'B1'ian, Thompson, Dalton, Edwards. 2nd row-Garland, Parry, Balbei Bass Hartshorn, Holladay, Huttenhoff, Cook, Werts, Feller, Murray, Riggs, P. Johnson, Leach, Kassebaum New comer, Tarrant. 3rd row-Coach Bryan, Robinson, Quinones, Silo1', Duncan, Riley, L-iggett, Ridgewav Walk er, Fowler, McAd0o, Coach McDonald, Coach McCull'om. 4th row-Steiner, Neighbors, Feller, Rohn Millei Walls, Hudson, Davenport, Chase, Eisenhour, K. 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QW I'-5 5 Y 1 2581 ' my . .-mall 19 EE INTRAMURALS INTRAMURALS-Schoolfield, Wilson, Murray, Leach, Crist fCapt.J, Cantrell, Carroll, Donlay, Braman, Coach McDonald Qkneelingj. HELLCATS-Standing: Riggs, Peal, Gamble, McDonald. Seated: Dennis, Leach, McCoy, Brant, Robinson. The high school intramural set- up, sponsored by Jim McDonald, enables students of E. H. S. who do not have ability or time to compete in varsity athletics to take part in competitive b a s k e t b al 1. Dick Crist's team won the intramural championship this year. The Hellcats are a natural out- growth of the intramural system. Composed of boys who show talent, they compete with the best teams of El Dorado and surrounding com- munities. This year as always they had an impressive record., IR. HIGH SPCDRTS BASKETBALL 31 Wellington .,.,,,.. 17 E1 Dorado Opponent 40 Rosalia' .....,... ..,. 2 4 26 Piedmont ......,... 41 34 Piedmont .......... 33 22 Ark City ..........,. 13 FOOTBALL! 23 Newton ..,.......,. 18 El Dorado Opponent 17 Wellington ....,... 22 O Emporia .,.......... 21 34 Ark City ...,......,. 19 41 Winfield .,...,..,... 6 21 Winfield ,.... .,.. ' 7 8 Newton 0 27 Burns ...... .... 1 5 32 Ark City .....,...... 12 29 Newton ,,,.. ,... 1 6 33 Augusta ....... 0 35 Winfield ..,,.,....., 18 19 Wellington ........ 13 JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL-Front row, left to right-Moore, Fessenfler, Brooks, Houser, Faulk- ner, Robbins, Kelly, Hayes, Russum, Luke, Lewis, Palmer. Middle row-Kimball, McC1ean, Schlisinger, McCauley, Brenton, Orndorff, Dennis, Snook, Blaine, Brown, Schaffer, Binter, Stotts, Baker, Peterson. Back row-Kirkman, Jolliffe, Richards, Hil'debrand, Thomas, Hill, Davis, Glickner, Ferguson, Blackmore, Warren. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL-First row, left to right-Brenton, Binter, Hayes, Peterson, Palmer, Martin, Kelley, Brown, Russum, Fessender. Second row-Freeman, Schaffer, Hilde- bra,ncl, Wilson, Hughey, Page, Jolliffee, Hill. 31 D nf! ai? x it il! is D o CN . LQ 13 . Sf T' I .,-p - .y. ' , , . 'v ' ,I -x ,Q .rn up x' Y- I ,gf 'J t ., Ii., ---'ir . -V .L wifr f 1- it pf 'H """ l r f y f ' f. ' i - x.,w f 55,1 txt, , . 'ff QI . . ',Z-'ii . I, 5 x-xii: l y ,Q ' . .X X . , . l ' " sf . lx X . c c . ,p A- , 1 -ill-.lisa . , Xb E, y N I I -35.1, ill. M , .51-, ,cg W - o I1 ,fx f-if +2 ' -"f r ey. -1-4' X-ev . ' " 1 -,D ,, . W N- R ', 'X , A i Xu ,- rtaafafn f .na. ,. .ax ' r lil " H c . N'L"' ' if 3!Lx4 'i '-SQRLXA ,YH i J lr. r l - i .wf x ,,, l gg 1- A .r 'ffm x ., 5-1,-f '-as t' l .. ' x Sr 'N A i , f y - .-ifff v .LH-it e , - V . yttt . A ,V , i 1 , , , : ' iv:'f:fiif-'-fic3if.Jti'igsiaff.,-5 .' I.S?52:11f7'i3l21ia:-,.f1:5LQ...'.f L71 -in-mlf' '2 ?4':.g.f'1r-gn Ti'.'V'i-if tfivgkl f.I ?-'fini ge:Qig f.:f'c"'- ' 2:1 pf -as wf'4':.,,.. - -fa --- .-i'w:2f.,,'-.-1I,qiJff- a sf- ' ,,.., Ak,, -, Mgr " -. if ,K-,.-ff' 5, 4, .-,Tv 'Hair haf- 51'i3'E?,Qg.-'f?3:i'??5?-gSt:'f'5l''iigtffffrlTT:-ffff fi' '-- 1:7 rf-1:5 -ig: ,' ui, ff? . fzigiif'i'A1,'?Z':f1'QfQi255f412'jff "'Ziff4,I?Lf ' In - 1 fill?Lf'F'T"'4-fL'i"'?'i'if Q2 'L -iz-' ,TRACK Come spring and warm weather, many boys are attracted to the track field. This year was no exception as several score of senior high school boys participated in track and field events. The squad this year proved to be of better quality than the ones of years past. l After winning several meets and placing high in another, they are expected to finish with an exceptional record. Not only in spring is the interest high. Each fall a number of boys turn out to run on the cross-country team, which, last fall, placed third in the K. U. Cross Country V Races. caoss l COUNTRY l SQUAD , Coach-Galen Blackmore. 2nd row-Doty, Wichers, Seeber, Brazil, Sewell, J. Smith, Porter. lst row-Hildebrand, Nixon, Webster, Pierce, Shomber, Jones, Jackson. 'W 4 Q", 'f .' 1 I , if . 752221 JJfQf1fvtff"1 2.,s'i"' ""' 1 Q,-4 .1 f ,Q .fr f X, px 1 I A 1 F' . A I .E ' 55,1 I f' Lf? r ' 5' . J' -J J ' fl.-'. T' ' if 21,1 . 4 h - fi' ,- j'g'.a'i-'X This spring, as every spring, a number of boys turned out to participate in our national sport. The baseball season was launched on March 30 with a defeat at the hands of Winfield. Recovering rapidly, the Wildcats easily defeated Plainview and went on to win a number of their remaining games. Jim McDonald, coaching both the "A" and "B" squads, did his usual commendable job in pulling the boys over the rough spots. 9 Hf:i g5,nQri:1, in f ,g BASEBALL .I g " .4 -Z A ,. ,fi 1. Back row-Jim McDonald fcoachj, Werts Ctr-ainerj, Faulconerj Tarrant, I-Iartshorn, Dalton, Mc- Donald, Speaker, L. Smith, Prigmore, Huttenhoff, Snook, Newcomer, Long. Front row-Guthrie, McCoy, McKown, C. Smith, Lamb, Ridgeway Kbatboyj, Mannion, Bolin, Harvey, Gruver, Carroll ftrainerj . H 1 f QUHIDU H6 K J! , X, . , , ' ' '. ,. , 'ff ff , Q f'...., .1 .. . .,L,,,. T., ' p 156111 QQ2ff1.fe-Q..-cj ff"4"lf fiffi.gf,4f. f,g, f +f'cLf A "aff '- V ' f -'.s.."fs'- "- j 5 ,ffvf i,,,,,f yr fade.. r - ff -- -' -' - ' Y- -.--:.A racy Qvo .Q 4' Nancy Hatton 5 A Phyllis Robertson Jetta Sue Purcell Here's that hardworking group of kids that perform at all our football and basketball games, in assemblies, and at various civic events. The band made a fine showing in the district music festival and the Band Regalement. This year's band was outfitted with new red and black uniforms, and along with those eye catching twirlers, was just about the best-looking and best-sounding group in the country. One of the highlights of the year waas the annual band and orchestra banquet where the instrumentalists of E. H. S. gathered to enjoy the usual good speeches, fine food, and each other's company. Hats off to Mr. Wallingford and this year's officers: Jetta Purcell, president: Eleanor Shockley, vice-president, Bernice Daniel, secretary-treasurer. fame! axles .diffi-rZz'fLff ! 7 6 72f06 via? .44 -feifiwr Drum Major Twirlers 1 '44,-L Joyce Brow , zzz , Pat Moore M4 Phyllis Riggs giiigj Twirlers: Hatton, Brower, Moore, Robertson, Riggs, Basses: Daniel, Jones, Brown, Anderson, Bari- tonesg Eckhardt, Waldorf, Lukeg Drums: R. Sweeny, Jolliffe, Martin, C. Sweenyg Trornbones: Linch, Nace, Smith, H. Gipson, Wall, Kimball, Bruseg Clarinets: Morti, Shockley, Gregerson, Brent- ton, Daniel, Hammer, Richey, Adrian, Lemasters, Barnes, Maus, D. Jolliffe, Adams, Y. Schmidt, Lockamy, Hollis, Green, Belkg Trumpets: Wichers, A. Gipson, McLean, Thompson, Rodgers, Seeb- er, Carp, Wintworth, Spires, Hayes, Thorburng Flutes: Wesley, Stiller, Dewall, Rostg Sax: Clark, W. Kimball, Riggs, Harris, Feder, Bass 8: Alto Clarinet: Rebstock, Logan, French Horn: Hudson, But- le1', Fisk, Director, R. W. Wallingford. 34 CDRCHESTRA Violins: L. Srader, Bruce, G. Wesley, West, Warren, Churchill, Abbot, Morgan, James, Lange, Banks, Cloyes, Schoneberg, Franklin, Ford, Bigler, M. Smith, Christy, Church, Director: R. W. Walling- ford, Cornets: Wichers, R. Thompson, McLean, Bassoonsg Thomas, Anderson, P. Riggs, Flutes: N. Wesley, Purcell, D. Smith, Oboe: Lenard, Metcalf, Clarinet: Godding, Cornwell, Morti, Shockley, Gregerson, Butler, Viola: Buhler, Stock, Grant, Woelk, Sraderg Cello: Caldwell, G. Riggs, Schmidt, Fine, Harvey, Cooper, French Horn: Hudson, Rusum, Fisk, String Bass: Thompson, Sargent, Bass, Needham, Bass Horn: Daniels, Bass Drum: Jollifffeg Snare Drum: C. Sweeney, Kettle Drum: R. Sweeney. Not pictured: Elder, Casto, Deputy, McMillen, Morgan, Sherwood, Fabian, Martin, Fowler, Hayes. Once more the familiar strains of "Aida March" float from the auditorium as the orchestra finishes a very successful year by playing for the graduation exercises. Not only has the orchesrta appeared at numerous assemblies and programs, but it also achieved recognition by earning a highly superior rating at the district music festival in Wichita. We must again pay tribute to Mr. Wallingford for his fine Work and to this year's capable officers: Margaret Thompson, president: Gerry Buhler, vice-presi- dent, Janet Bigler, secretary-treasurer. - PEP BAND Standing, left to right: R. Sweeney, C. Sweeney, Mar- tin, Luke, Daniel, Kimball, Feder. - Seated: Wichers, Thompson, A. Gipson, H. G i p s o n, Breese, Shockley, Hatton. Morti. X5 af .4 Chorus TOP PHOTO-Sholders, Newcomer, Green, Bryan, Smith, Gipson, Trent, Keith, McAdoo, Hudson, Kelly, Chase, Nye, Liggett, Reep, Porter, Stanton. Ogan, Burns, Myers, Scholler, Pierce, Elder, Walker, Guthrie, Baily, Pippig, Maus, Neighbors, Ramsey, Kinney, Peyton, Shook. Reichert, Thomason, Binter, Donlay, Arb, Riggs, Pearman, Gilliland, Bowyer, Rebstock, Cook, Farthing, Wade, Miss Barbour. Perry, Young, Lively, Richey, Cherryholmes, Mahan, Hatton, Riggs, Smith, Seymour, Betty, Crum, Warren, Waymire. BOTTOM PHOTO-Jones, Sullivan, Greiner, Taylor, Faulconer, Scott, Leach, Huttenhoff, McDonald, Peal, Loyd, Smith, Hildebrand, Edwards, Nixon, Marsh, Betty, Nihiser. Dickerson, Brunson, DeLano, Schmidt, Webster, Moore, Doty, Kinsing-er, Jones, Holladay, VanFleet, Donlay, Pyle, Williams, Ash, Zieman. Leach, Hughes, Maddux, Hope, Silor, VanBeber, Rainwater, Lohse, Maxwell, Elniborg, Blankinship, H01'H6y, Hul'l, Srader, Long. 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The plot centered around "Angie," a teen-ager, and her first summer of ro- mance. The splendid cast included: Marjorie Miller, Jean Bell, Becky Breese, Mary Logan, Phyllis Riggs, Nancy Hatton, Phyllis DeLano, Larry Riggs, R. L. Dick- son, Jack Scott, Jim Barber, Richard Houston and Bill Moore. Mr. Shaffer was the capable directorg his assistants were Pearl Srader and Jim Lehr. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "It's Spring Again," a laughable com- edy, was efficiently presented by the Junior Class. The Well chosen cast included: Dorthy Ann Smith, Wilma Larkin, Vicky Mattix, Barbara Betty, Nellie Rost, Harriet Brown, Jim Trent, David J olliffe, Joe Pat McAdoo, Bill Bright, Bill Warren, and Jack Neighbors. Mr. Earl Saxon, director, was assisted by Janice Leonard and Mary Lou Myers. JUNIOR HIGH PLAY "Susie the Siren,', an hilarious comedy, was capably presented by the Junior High School. The cast included: Margery Cornwell, Jerry Hughey, Nancy Rost, Tom Cour, Connie Cloyes, Geraldine Riggs, David Daniel, Charles Barlett, Ann Cook, Polly McGinnis, Sally Keith, Wayne Schoolfield, Paul Hawkins, Jr., Margaret Smith, Marilyn Smith and Richard Burch. The play was centered around Susie, a teen-age girl, who succeeded in getting everyone, including herself, into trouble and out again. Missees Helen Case and Vera New- comer Were the efficient directors. ALL-SCHOOL PLAY A complicated situation involving an amnesia victim provided plenty of laughs and excitement for the All-School Play, "Dangerous Decision." The characters Were aptly portrayed by the following students: Margie Miller, Harriet Myers, Wilma Larkin, Bernice Daniel, Becky Breese, Jean Bell, Lucille VanBeber, Beverly Stiller, Gene Elder, Jim Camron, Jim Trent, and Jim Barber. Mr. Shaffer directed the outstanding performance. , DEBATE j ?.,,3-sq,-1 .rl - ff V ' ' -,, , X , ,, , . Z W fi , l ' v Back row--Wickers, Hartnett, Faulkner, Walls, Saeber, Cox, Wall, Larkin. 31'Ll row--M. Hill, Harper, Gipson, Stiller, Cook, Moss, VanBeber, Mr. Shaffer. 2nd row-Grubb, Jolliffe, Miller, Trent, V. Hill, Dickson, McAdoo, Bacon. lst row--Brcese, Darnold, Houston, Barber, Moore, Bell. Standing-Darnold, Mr. Shaffer, Breese. Seated--Moore, Bell, Barber, Houston. will Again this year the Wildcat Debaters made an impressive record. They par? ticipated in tournaments at Newton, Hutchinson, Russell, Coffeyville, To- peka, Southwestern and Wyandotte. lA first place trophy was won at Newton. They debated in the semi-finals at Hutchinson, but lost on a draw for the semi-finals at Russell and Topeka. Moore, Bell, Barber and Houston won second in the district and went on to win fourth place in the State Debate Tournament at Lawrence. Bill Moore received the highest speaker rating in the state at Lawrence. 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I l fa f N :L To become a Graduate Cum Laude IS the hlghest honor to be attalned scholastxc-11. 5 Q , xv -1 V - s. l ,' . . . . . Q A 1 X xfrggi ally by hlgh school students. On the bas1s of grades C0fI'11J1l6d durmg four years of hlghg 1 new sl H fb' I g " 5: N , school, the upper ten percent of the class are ellglble to become members of thls group. A f N YWQ3' Ei fly NN '- ' . . ,. . . . ' y fi 5 X vs sfxx Con I'2ltLll3.tl0l'lS are IH order for the valedlctorlan, Larr R1 s salutatorlan l' -J 5 K' 'H Qi xl Xl , ,X Q K' Jack Scott, and all the Graduates Cum Laude of 1950. Q- f' kr Qs 55, si ylzid.-I LA. LY? A-,W r ' Q n Y K H i X NN -- XA, r " " ' ' M' """' r"1""7f7'f "f'354Q? ff:-1-aff: f 3,--gf 5'-1.5.7.1-74. ,A f-1 ,Apu -gg!! 5: QQ- ,lt ,f"1-:AL!L',- fg--5,9 .Yff..f-Qfr..1,,?,, R ,fysie M, 1 .ff 4- .cpmir lgdid, :Tiff Utnkxliylj g?,,7, ,VIV 1 -E. Rx PT'-12' "f'LfQl+'si, .-2-3113? 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