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

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Pep Club, for which she was sponsor for four years, grew to be one of the largest and best in the state of Kansas. Mrs. Danley did not confine her activities to the Pep Club. She was faculty supervisor for the cheerleaders and the "Pom-Pom" squad, and was an assistant sponsor for the sophomore class. In addition-to these duties , Mrs . Danley had regular daily classes in girls' physical education and health. We, the seniors of 1964, greatly appreciated the time and effort expended by Mrs. Danley for our benefit. We, therefore, dedicate this annual to her. 4 ADMINISTRATION ADA!! IS TRA TIUN s0"""'I' Mr. Arnold Buhler, Superintendent Mr. Robert McCollum, Princlpal School board members are, seated, L. to R.: L. B. Fisher, G. Y. Knoop Iay Lawrence. Standing, L. to R.: Robert Bond, Clem Silvers, Hulberf Murray and Arnold .Buhler . Dorothea Carl, Secretary Ieanne Miller, Secretary David Alquest Ioe Anderson Sophomore English Algebra Dramatics Geometry Emmett Breen Sociology World History Richard Blackman ,Q American History 'vlli " - Margaret Brown Harold Bryan Foods , Clothing American History FA CULTT Mr. Chism explains the lettering techniques to his class--A, B, C, D, and F. Helen Case IOSGDTI Chism American Government BOOkke9Pi1'1Q, SYIOFT' Econgmicg hand, Vocational Typing Richard Carson Sophomore and Iunior English, Iournalism Larry Carter Geometry 7 Zaylene Danley Girls Physical Education Alberta Doyle American His- tory Robert Chism Art Alice Corley Iunior English , W f , Q Wi- ' 'v , ,,.,: 1 3 'WH veg Q, 3 f 5 E55 X f f y fi 29 ti aff' 1 1 E gl-fri H M 5 L: A Agp! ragga, , Q t Q S... 411 I B 2 at P ating 53 4 f X .Q 5 1' 4 bi - Q 1 f Iwi if I hate to disillusion you, but A the first step is to insert the paper . Charles Fuller Biology Todd Hampton Iunior English Speech it rrr aa Hnholm A E119 li Sh William Grove Biology Everett Harden Metalwork Auto Machanics 8 The first step in disecting a frog is. . . Charles Iackard American Government World History Marie Hieger Secretarial Training Shorthand, Typing Ed Higgins Study Hall Stanley Krehbeil Personal Finance Personal Typing Don Ianzen Chorus Carmen Moyano Spanish Vera Newcomer Latin Iames McDonald Boys Physical Education Now really, Margaret, you can't read that many books in two weeks. 9 Elvin Phipps Biology I Calvin Schwartzkopf A . :" Algebra II, College Algebra, Trigonometry The paper may contain a zero SUSGTI Schwaftzkopf but the smile is always sincere . Senior English Robert Stahl Drafting I and II, Machine Design, Architectural Drafting Iames Tiner Chemistry Physics Ralph Wallingford Band Crchestra Ted Wischropp Spanish I,II,and III Mary Frances Snyder Librarian Fred Wolfe Harold Hamlin Assistant in Band Guidance Counselor and Orchestra IO SGPHGMORES S OPH UM ORE Kenny Broadstock President f i Brad Long 1 yi Vice President "" l pffx-is, sys we M X e :OX as 5 ,fi fvr W 6. .V K sa. at - -rir u d Q ,Ai Q its ' X .fi if V I Gretta Gish cretary Gloria Struebing Treasurer Sophomores found that not all the horrid stories about high school were accurate . Some shown here braved the year and still mustered a smile for the annual staff cameraman. Thanks to their efforts the El Dorado "E" will be plainly seen on the hill until a new group of sophomores have the joy of whitewashing the hill and occasionally the stones on the hill. 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Next year's Pep Club initiation, proms, and dances are looked forward to eagerly by juniors when they no longer need to be "Mr. Clean" and the group that "Duz" the dirty work. 20 Iohn Edwards President JU 1012 , ,dl tif", f f fi it W in 25 5 x Larry Wallace P Vice President Sheryl Huber A Secretary Phil Olsen Treasurer E.l-l.S . supporters attended a bonfire before football homecoming. 21 "hawk, i 149i dl .im-N I , W Q 1 w " V? ,s Nl, me 1 s ,H if my I LV ef Earlene Beck Ann Belew Sue Belew Emily Benson Chuck Benton Connie Betty Nanette Bevans Karen Blackburn Dorothy Blair Beth Blum Margaret Boyce Bob Boyer Paula Brant Terry Beardmore Richard Briggs F3 X- - 4"' v. 93:5 MVB? 'E ., .Lf , ' i rri i yy . ,.,,,, my A.:: ,i ,. ,i M 'al' QW! K .Yi as X525 K W fi .1 X , ew iii 3 Q .A . :::11:.n- , :H ' I .,w-2.rl':.fr::x.f.:.f7::- :: Ajgrd--' y ,n n ,' V , -gp is-f, .Q "'L gi Q mg fr is ig A KW K Q' MJ 5 'M his S 5 X 1 . 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S sw in P X if as 'FQ my, ,- W Ju., A as 13' iiiziil-zf931j1f:l'ifQ,F: - .V -.:':i',5::2-:'.E3 , . ,L v"'1r2SEE:'1si.'i1iH"I5 'Wig 2:'55:LIi:5,2551s2ff:!' ,. 75: K"---r' 1:1521 " ' -X 5, 222 1 .2 W :ff ss: Larry Shaw Nancy Shields Terry Siegrist Tam Skinner Mary Slifer Iim Sluss Bob Smith Cathy Smith Pam Startz Penny Startz Steffanie Steele Ianet Sterbenz Ianet Stiffler Kathy Stoll Dwight Suddock Linda Sullivan Suzanne Svvilley Steve Taylor Patsy Teter David Thomas Mike Torrance Frank Turner Pat Tyler Ianice Ullom Vaudine Vernon Clarence Walker Lonnie Wall Larry Wallace Ianice Walls Connie Ward Charles Way Melvin Weber Mike Wentworth Ronnie Wescott Sandy Wheeler Pam Whitehead Randy Wilmore Ierry Wilson Linda Wilson Gayle Winberly Iudy Wise Steve Worrell Paula Wyckoff Don Wynn Pam Yarnall SENIORS SE IOR Senior officers Were, L. to R.: R.I. Hess , vice-president, Cathy Baer, secretary: Iohn Black, treasurer, and Connie Carter, presi- dent . Anderson, Mary Anderson, Sylvia Pep Club 2,3,4. 28 Cheerleader 3, 4, Kayettes 2, 3,47 PepClub2,3,4g Board 3, 47 Football Attendant. Kayettes 2 , 3 , 45 Orchestra 2 , Andrews, Gary Lee Band 2,3,47 Vice-President 47 Color Guard 27 Football 25 Pep Band 2,3,47 Wrestling 2. Andrus, Linda Lee El Doradoan 4, Co-Editor: Kay- ettes 2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,4. Angle, Cindi K. Kayettes Z,3,45 Pep Club 2,,.,4. Baer, Cathy Ieniece Class executive board 25 Officer 3,45 Debate 25 Kayettes Z,3,45 Pep Club Z,3,4: Board 45 Pom- pom girl 3 ,45 Captain 45 Senior play 45 Yearbook queen 4. Baker, Linda Ioyce Band 2,35 Pep band 2,35 El- Doradoan 45 Kayettes 2,3,45 Pep Club 253,45 Cum Laude. Ball, Gary Baseball 2,3-,45 Basketball 2, 3,45 E-Club 3,4. Barber, Loyd Wayne Baseball 2,35 Debate 3, 45 Intra- murals 2,35Iunior play 35 Senior play 4 . Barker, Linda lean Pep Club 2,3,4. Barrick, Thomas H. Orchestra 2 , 3 . Barton, Alan Baseball 25 Football 3. Bateson, Myrna Ann Pep Club 2,3,4. Beardmore , lack E . Bennington, Gene Wrestling 2,35 Intramurals 35 E-Club 4 . Bidwell, Charles W . Binter, Iames G. Chorus 253,45 Iunior play 3. Black, John Band 35 Debate 3,45 Class of- ficer 45 Benior play 45 Cum Laude 4. Blaisdell, Iim Brown, Louis E-Club 3 , 45 Wrestling 3 , 4, Manager5 Track 2,3,4. l Carter, Connie Ruth Girls state 37 Iunior play 37 Kay- ettes 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,45 Board 45 Debate 2,3,4g Class officer 47 Student council 45 Senior play 4.' . Carter , Milrea Ann Kayettes 2, 3, 41 PepClub 2, 3, 4 . Charles, Lois Chorus 2,3,47 Kayettes 2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,4. Choens, Iohn E-Club 3,4: Tumbling 2,3,4. C loyes , David Band 2,3,43 Pep band 2,3,4g Or- chestra 45 Intramurals 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4p E-Club 4. Cloyes, Douglas G. Band 2,3,47 Pep band 2,3,4, Color Guard 35 Intramurals 2 , 3, 45 Tennis 3,4. Browne, Io Ann Band 2,31 Debate 3 , 4, Kayettes 2,3,4p Pep Band 2,37 Pep Club 2,3,4. Bryson , Mike Butts, Ralph Football 2, sgwresuing 2, Track 2, E-club 3,4. Calhoun, Ron Canada, Doug Carmack, Glenda Ann Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head 47 Class executive board 3, 47 Debate Z, Girls state 3, Kay- ettes 2,3,4p Pep Club 2,3,4g Board 2, 3, 47 Senior play 4, Football queen 45 Cum Laude 4 Covert, Sydney Anne Band 27 Pepband 27Chorus 3,47 Kayettes 2, 3,47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 El Doradoan 4. Cowley, William B. Cox, Susan Chorus 2, 3, 47 Iunior play 3 Kayettes 2,3,47 Board 37 Pep Club 2,3,47 Board 47 Basket- ball queen 4. Crook, Suza-nne Eileen Kayettes 2, 3, 47 PepClub 2, 3, 4 . Crum, Robert I. Band 2,3,47 Pep band 2,3,4 Boys state 37 Intramurals 2 Iunior play 37 Cum Laude 4. Cutsinger, Roger Basketball 27 Football 27 Chorus 2,37 Golf 37 Tennis 37 Class executive committee 4. Coiner, Carolyn Ann Chorus 2,3,47 PepClub 2,3,4. Collins , Trudy Pep Club 2,3,4. Condell, Nancy Class executive board 27 Officer 37 Kayettes 2,3,47 Board 37 Pep Club 2,3 ,47 Board 4. Cook, Michael Transfer 47 Orchestra, 47 Sen- ior play 4. Cook, Patrick Transfer 47 Orchestra 47 Sen- ior play 4. ' Cornish, Barbara Davis , Glenn R. Basketball manager 2. Dearinger, Mary Ann Chorus 35 Iunior play 35 Kay- ettes 3 ,45 Pep Club 3 , 4 . Degenhardt , William Baseball 2,47Chorus 2gGolf 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 E-Club 2, 3, 4. Denton, Anna Elizabeth Kayettes 45 Pep Club 3,4. Dick, Gary Track 2,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 E-Club 2,3,4. Dickey, Gene Intramurals 25 Track 2 , 35 Foot- ball 2,3,4. Dickson, Richard L. E-Club 2 , 3 , 45 Tumbling 2 . Dickson, Shirley Kayettes 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Orchestra 2 , 3 , 4 . Dietz, Robert Chorus 27Iunior play 35Debate 3,45 Senior play 4. Dodson, Marvin Lee Band 2,3,4g Color guard 25 In- tramurals 25 Pep band 2,3,47 Baseball 35 Football 2,3,4. Doornbos, Dennis A. Chorus 35 Cum Laude 4. Doty, Mary Belle Debate 25 Band 2,35 Pep band 2,35 Chorus 2,35 Orchestra 45 Kayettes 2,3,45 President 45 Pep Club 2 , 3 ,4, Student Coun- cil 4. Dunbar, Gary Dean Baseball 25 Student Council 25 Football 2,35 Intramurals 2,35 Tennis 3pWrestling 2,3,45Tum- bling 4. Eastham, Barbara Debate 27 Class executive board 2,3 ,4g Kayettes 2,3,45 Board 35 Iunior play 35 Pep Club 2 ,3 ,45 Board 4. Eaton, Iames A. Ir. Debate 2,35 Tennis 2,35 Foot- ball 2,4y E-Club 3,4. Eggan, Carletta Kay Chorus 3,45 Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,4. Emrich, Sydney Io Kayettes 2 ,35 Pep Club 2 , 3 , 4. Engle, Fatt Kayettes 2, 3,47 PepClub 2,3,4. Evans , David E . Fabian, Stuart L. Baseball 25 Intramurals 2,35 Wrestling35Chorus 35Tumbling 2,3,45 E-Club 3,4. Finkler, Donna Elaine Student council 25 Chorus 2,3, 45 Secretary 45 Kayettes 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4. Flowers , Terry Foreman, Ierry L. Chorus 2,3,4. Foster, Rick Student council 25 Football 25 Intramurals 25 Class officer 25 Baseball 2 , 3: Boys state 35 De- bate 3,45 Iunior play 35 Cum Laude 4. Fox, Robert Debate 25 Track 2,35 Wrestling 35 Intramurals 35 Football 2, 3, 4. Fulks, Iim Basketball 25 Baseball 2,3,45 Football 2,3 ,45 Intramurals 3 , 45Wrestling 3,45 E-Club 2,3,45 President 45Student council 4. Gardner, Ianis Pep Club 4. Garland, Marsha Kayettes 25 Pep Club 2,3,4. Gaston, Judy Kay Transfer 45 Crier 4. George , Helen Kayettes 3 ,45 Pep Club 2 ,3 , 4. ity, George, Vikki Io Iunior play 37 Kayettes 2,3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4. Greene , David Ir. Baseball 27 Intramurals 27Ten- nis 37 Football 2,3,47Track 47 Wrestling 2 , 3 , 47 E-Club 3 , 47 Vice-President 4. Gruver, Robert Wrestling 2,3 . Gum, Patricia Kayettes 2, 3,47 PepClub 2,3,47 Cum Laude 4. Haden, Bill Orchestra 37 Band 2,3,47 Pep band 2,3,4. Hains, Diann Platts Kayettes 2,3, 47 Pep Club 2, 3,47 Pom-pom girl 4. 1 Mgr Hall, Patsy Kayettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Hamm, Phil Baseball 27 Intramurals 27 Tennis 37 Iunior play 37 Debate 3 , 47 Student council 47 Senior play 4 . Hayes, Audeen Lee Kayettes 27 Orchestra 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Hayes, Richard Allan Henry, Robert Football 2,37 Golf 2,47 Intra- murals 3,41 E-Club 3,4- Hess, R. I. Baseball 27 Intramurals 27Ten- nis 37 Studentcouncil 37 Class officer 2,3 , 47 Yearbook royalty 4. Hurst, Lewis P. Chorus 3,47 Wrestling 3,4 Jackson, Iane O . Chorus 4: Junior play 37 Kay- ettes 2,3,4p Pep Club Z,3,4g Senior play 4. Johnson, Dennis Baseball 2,3,47 E-Club 3,4 Intramurals 2 , 3 , 4 . Jones, Barbara Band 2,3,4: Kayettes 2,3,4 Pep Club Z,3,4. Jordan, Sharon Elaine Kayettes 47 Pep Club 2,3,4, Karst, Charles A. E-Club 47 Wrestling 3,4. Holstin, Gary Iay Horney, Iim Baseball 25 E-Club 3. Hower, Carol lean Band 2,3,4: Pep band 2,37 Pep Club 2,3,4g Kayettes 2,3,47 Board 4. Huber, Loretta Iune Band 27 Chorus 2,3,47 Class officer 2,3y Girls state 37 Iun- ior play 35 Kayettes 2 ,3,45 Pep Club Z,3,45Board 2,3,4p Presi- dent 47 Yearbook royalty 4. Hughes, Ken Baseball 2,3,47 Basketball 2, 3,45 E-Club 4. Hughes, Steve Baseball 27 Football 27Crier 35 Intramurals 2 , 4 . King, Robert I. Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 35 Track 35 Yearbook royalty 4. Kinsey , Richard W . Kirkpatrick, Connie Kayettes 2,3,45 PepClub 2,3,4. Knight, Wesley W. Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 2,35 E-Club 2,3,4. Knouf, Iay Basketball 2,3,45 Football 2,35 Track 2 , 3,45 Intramurals 3 ,45 E-Club 4. Knox, Teresa Chorus 35 Crier 45 Kayettes 35 Pep Club 3 ,4 . Komer, Donna Marie Crier 45 Debate 2,35 El Dora- doan 45 Kayettes 2,3,45 Board 35 Pep Club 2,3,4. Kropf, Eldon Kunkle, Kay Kayettes 35 Pep Club 2,3,4. Lewis, Robert Band 2,35 Pepband 2,35 Intra- murals 25Tumbling 35 Track 3. Lofflin, Io Lee Kayettes 2,3,45 PepClub 2,3, 4. Lorance , Lonnie Love, Diana Kayettes 2,3,45 PepC1ub 2, 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,4. Lowderman, Floyd Lucas , Iudith Annette Iunior Play 35 Kayettes 35 Pep Club 3 ,4. Mann, Bonnie lean Band 2,37 Pep band 2,37 Crier 47 Kayettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2, 3,4. Marshall, Annie Kayettes 2, 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 . Martin, Owen Matthews, Edward S. Band 2, 37 Pep Band 2,37 Debate 3 , 47 Student council 3 , 47 'lun- ior play 37 Tennis 2,3. McAdams, James I. Band 2,37 Pep Band 2,3. McCoy, Paul Baseball 27 Intramurals 2. McCully, Bill Iunior Play 37 Senior Play 4. McGoyne, Arminta May Chorus 3,47 Kayettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Mcl-Iatton, Danny Lee Band 2,3,47 President 47 Pep Band 2,3,47 Baseball 27 Boys state 37 E-Club 3,47 Track 37 Wrestling 2,3. McKinzie, Ianice Elaine Kayettes 2,3,47 PepClub 2,3,4. McNeil, Carol Donaldson Pep Club 3 . Merriam, Ruth Ann Student council 2, 3, 47 Orches- tra 2,3,47 Vice-president 47 Kayettes 2,3,47 Board 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Football attendant . Miller, Connie Chorus 3,47 Kayettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Milliken, Margaret S . Kayetter 2, 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 . Millis, Suellyn Solomon Band 2,37 Pep Band 2,37 Kay- ettes 2,37 Pep Club 2,3. 'Nr' Myers , Marc E-Club 3 ,45 Football 35 Golf 2 , 3 , 45 Intramurals 2 , 3 , 4 . Nace, Janet Elaine Kayettes 2,3, 45 PepClub 2, 3, 4 . Needham, Martha Ann Kayettes 2,3,45 Orchestra 2, 3,4. North, Iohn C . Ir. Band 2,35 Pep band 2,35 Intra- murals 2,35 E-Club 3,45 Golf 3 ,45 Wrestling 3 ,4. Owens, Pamela Sue Cheerleader 3,45Gir1s state 35 Kayettes 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3, 45 President 45 PepClub 2,3,45 Board 3,45 Cum Laude 45 Basket- ball attendant 4. Palmer, Diana Stout Band 2,35 Pep Band 251-Cayettes 2,3: Pep Club 2,3. Q' vw'- K ,-555.7 .':,V ,t,X,. Q.. Misejka, Linda Kayettes 35 Pep Club 2,3. Morgan, Gale "Nip" Morrison, Mary E. Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 2 ,3 . Morrow, Danny Intramurals 25 Tennis 2. Morton , Wayne Baseball 2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 E-Club 3,45 Football 25 Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 Football manager 4 . Mosier, LaDoyt Intramurals 2,45 Orchestra 2,3. Palmer , Mark Parks, Ophie Lee Chorus Z , 3 , 47 Tumbling 2 , 3 , 47 Captain 47 Wrestling 2,3,47 Captain 3 ,4. Parsons, Tanis Kay Transfer 47 Chorus 47 Kayettes 47 Pep Club 4. Payne, Bill Football manager 27 Golf 37 E- Club 3 , 4 . Pence, Susan Band 2,37 PepBand 27 Kayettes 2,3,4f Pep Club 2,3,47 Senior Play 47 Cum Laude 4. Perry , Ierry C . Chorus 2 , 47 Track 2 . -,rar Peterson , Iames L . Band 2,37 PepBand 2,37 Intra- murals 2 ,37 Track 2. Piper, David W. Baseball 27 Intramurals 2. Poland, Nan Band 2,37 Pep Club 2,3. Porter, Nancy Debate 2,37 Kayettes Z7 Pep Club 2,37 Student council 3. Porter, Richard Football 2,37 Track 27 Intra- murals 2,37 E-Club 3. Prater, Carol Band 2,3,47 Kayettes 2,4. ww C -ag' in Pursell, Gerald K. Band 2,35 Pep Band 2,35 Boys state 35 Cum Laude 4. Reeves, Eloise Davidson Kayettes 2,3 ,45Vice-president 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Pom-pom girl 45 Yearbook royalty 4. Relserer, Terry Kayettes 2,45 Student council 25 Pep Club 2,3,4. Requena, Mary S. Kayettes 25 Pep Club 2,3,4. Rice, Maurice Chorus 2, 3, 45 Baseball 45 Foot- ball5 Intramurals 2,3,45 Track 2, 35Wrest1ing 3, 45 E-Club 3, 4. Robbins, Diana Faye Chorus 2 ,3,45 Kayettes 2,3,45 Cum Laude 4. Rollings, Carolyn Diana Chorus 2,35 Kayettes 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4. Ruick, Connie Ioan Chorus 2,35 Kayettes 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Cum Laude 4. Sanders , Linda Kayettes 45 Pep Club 3 ,4. Sanders, Nadra lean Schmidt, Samuel F. Wrestling 2,35 Football 2,35 E-Club 3,4. Schwemmer, Ken E. Track 35 Basketball 2,3,45 E- Club 45 Intramurals 2,35 Foot- ball 2,3,4. Seiver, Brenda Sue Crier 35 Debate 3,45 El Doradoan 4, Co-Editor5 Girls state 35 Kay- ettes 3,45 PepClub 2,3,45 Cum Laude 4. Sewell, Gary Shelton, Sondra Sue Kayettes 2,3,45 PepClub 2,3,4. Small, Charles Baseball 27 Wrestling 2,3,47 E-Club Z,3,4. Spring, Kendra Sue Orchestra 27 Kayettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Starkey, Carol Chorus Z , 37 Kayettes 2, 37 Pep- Club 2 , 3 , 4 . Steele, Natalie Susan Orchestra 27 Girls state 37 Kay- ettes 2,3,47 Board 47 Pep Club Z,3,47 Cum Laude 4. Still, Sandra Doshia Chorus 37 Kayettes 3,47 Pep Club Z ,3,4. Stone, Sue Chorus 37 Class executive com- mitteej Kayettes Z,3,47 Board 3,.47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Stoskopf, Carol Orchestra 2,3,47 Pep Club 2, 3,47 Kayettes 2,3,47 Board 3,4. Stowers, Rickey Sue Kayettes 2, 3, 47 PepClub 2, 3, 4. Sturdevent, Sandra Debate 27 El Doradoan 47 Kay- ettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Cum Laude 4. Swisher, Nancy Iolene Chorus 2 , 3 , 47 Kayettes 2 , 3 , 47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Crier 4. Taliaferro, Glenn I. Band 27 Baseball 2,37 Basket- ball 2,37 Boys state 37 Class executive committee 2, 3, 47 De- bate 2,3,47 Student council 47 Cum Laude 4. Taylor, Connie Io Chorus 2 ,3 ,47 Kayettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,4. Templeton, Mary Iane Chorus Z , 3, 47 Kayettes 2 ,3 ,47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Board 47 Cum Laude 4. Thompson, Terry D. Class officer 27 Basketball 2, 37 Boys state 37 Football 2,3,47 Student council 3,47 President 47 Cum Laude 47 Yearbook king 4. Thompson, Iudi Band 27Chorus 37Crier 37 Kay- ettes 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3745 Student council 2. Truskett, Barbara Band 2,35 Kayettes 2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,4. Valadez, Florence Kayettes 3,45 Pep Club 2,3. Varble , Michael W. Chorus 3,45 Wrestling 3. Walters, Darrel G. Baseball 3: Intramurals 33 E- Club 4. Ward, Dennis Baseball 2 , 3: Intramurals 2 , 3, 4, Tumbling 2, 3, 47 E-Club 2, 3, 4 Ward, Pam Student council 3, Debate 37 Kayettes 2,3,47 Board 4, Pep Club 2 ,3 , 45 Orchestra 2 , 3 , 4. Warren, Mary Pat Band 2,3,47 Pep Band 2: Kay- ettes 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4g El Doradoan 4. Watson, Sharon Iean Transfer 4 . Welty, Sam Young, Helen Band 2,3,47 Officer 47 Pep Band 27 Kayettes 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,47 Board 4, Cum Laude 4. Zaudke, David F. Tennis 2 . Zimmerman, Betty Debate 27 Pep Club 2, 3,47 Kay- ettes 2 , 3 , 4. DRC-IANIZATIONS Mary Pat Warren Richard Carson Business Manager Sponsor Linda Baker Assistant -----Y -------f--1, Qu .uuun-Or COPY Editor Reporter Donna Komer Sydney Covert Brenda Seiver Co-Editor f Reporter Sandra Sturdevant www Wm . ' f vrzsmrw- Those serving as crown bearers were, L. to R.: Brian Ware, Melvin Wise, Annette Baker, Karla Knauss- man, Sheryl Winzer, Zelda Brooks, Brett Winzer, Io Lynn Chism , Sandra Lipscomb, and Trudy Anderson. The never tiring , ever loyal annual staff . Annual staff royalty reigns at Pink Carnation Ball. What do you mean We HGVGT Work? BAD x f 3 31 35 A x x Band officers were, L. to R. , Danny Mol-latton, president: I-IelenYoung, sec- retary-treasurerp and Gary Andrews , vice- president. aa' Our school has one of the finest bands in the state. The band improves school spirit by playing at all home football and Mr. Ralphwallingford basketb ll strikes up the band. a games' Serving as color guard this year were: Bob McCaslin, Calvin Garland, Roger Green and Harold Provo. They have also marched in parades , pre- sented concerts played for the band regale- ment, participated in the K. U. Band Day and taken part in the Ark Valley Contest. Leading the band at all events was Celia Gil- more, drum majorette. l mML'-" ' OR CHESTRA For the last thirty-six years the orchestra has been an important part of the El Dorado High School. It is a group much used by assemblies and special programs. They are quite indespensible at graduation time when they furnish the trad- tional "Aida . " Mr. Ralph Wallingford smiles happily at the progress made by his orchestra this year. 48 The orchestra consists of many who are active soloists and ensemble members . They play at many various com- munity functions . The group is capably conducted by Mr. Ralph Wallingford . Ruth Merriam, Vice-President, Pam Ward, Secretary-Treasurer, and Pam Owens, President, served as officers for the orchestra this year. 4 , , H, w 'fl "2fQi.?i:,ffi V, 4 V 4 , .xii A x, Q S M ,, N 1, my s 1'-X.i'iq3gjjl,Qff f m " 'ef Q .N gif? Y - ,L ili Mm W , E X + qjrdflfgyg, " -, , L ,.QE ,,,,,,: 3 ,,,., X ,:. -,4, :J,,,. . g V ALL, , ig 2 A ji A ..., . ,-,. :J ' 5 wt h f,,,,a,JM V- .3,p:-fl.: , M . - ' fi 55555 WW ' ,. f ' :, .aging V1.1 , ' 5 nmvjj - smiwi " ge iew Qt ,M . W A' ,, ,L ,W ,.,+,, 5 , , k :xv " ,,.. , A N 'i "'N.T1,.5 ' , 5 :V 1 Q , ff - .MV M L, ,I " "j 4. .. f ,V pwgtw., ,--:'Q.,g5,:g-5.5523 - ,sin 5 f in 'N X M , l. , ,-,Hr pq, Q fa' - ' ' ' " ' :i 1 K .I iff? f V 'fzfy . ,:, W li: A M ? 519 ff? my 51 ,zu f " ' 3 xv 7 ., Q K 92 K 'kwa ,. V Q ,, , , , ,L --ffl' Jewry : 12, w wf-1 .af ? 1 ,F ,X ,.:V:,. " 1 al? ,, 352 , 5 :vi g, ' A' 'lg , am. 5, 7 -f g 'SYHTM' , 1 T State music contestants were Susie Cox, Mary Belle Doty, Mike Bryson, and Maurice Rice. Chorus students present their spring program. CHORUS Another outstanding year was enjoyed by the members of the El Dorado High School chorus. This year the chorus parti- cipated in the Christmas assembly and many other activities. Special music was presented at the Commencement exercises by the vocal department. Contest was again a very important part of the year. The year was a successful and Worthwhile one for the chorus . The chorus was directed this year by Mr. Don Ianzen. 51 Sitting, L. to R.: Connie Carter, Mary Belle Doty, Ruth Merriam, Loretta Huber, Connie Grigsby, Shirley Hains, Phil Hamm, Iim Fulks, Don Law rence, Ierry Creed. Standing, L. to R.: Iohn Edwards, Glenn Taliaferro Iohri Merriam, Iim Matthews , Ierry Thompson, Iudy Thompson, Ed Matthews and Ken Broadstock. Again this year the Student Coun- cil has been a success. Headed this year by Ierry Thompson, the Student Council has sponsored a war orphan, the StuCo picnic, the New Year's Dance, the election of new officers , and has held its usual meeting every other week. A large vote of thanks goes to the members who have made this such a fine group. Ierry Thompson hands over the presi- dental gavel to his predessor, Ierry Creed. 52 STUCO il Crier Staff members this year were: S a n d y F owl e r, Elizabeth Conner Nancy Swisher, Sherry Caver, Donna Komer , Iudy Carpenter , Teri Edwards , Chris Maloney, Ianet Stiffler, and Vicki Rohrbaugh. sg - . fa. "One of these days we're going to have to get organized!" ll Carson advises! "Is it really that easy? " "Smi1e, even if it hurts." Front row, L. to R.: O. Eaton, M. King, C. Smith, and I. Browne. Row Ark Valley Champs and the first place trophy are Phil Olsen and Steve Rems- berg . two: P. Hamm, O . Carter, andR. Fos- ter. Row three: E. Matthews, B. Dietz, and I. Black. Front row, L.to R.: B. Seiver, E . Benson, and N. Shields. Row two: P. Olsen and S. Remsberg. Trophy winners were: Rick Foster, Phil Hamm , Connie Carter , and Brenda Seiver. Row two: Glenn Taliaferro, Phil Olsen, Steve Remsberg, and Bob Dietz . Rick Foster looks admiringly at his tie which is the debate teams' good luck charm. k VF-iii-4:-Q DEBA TE The debate team, under the direction of Mr. Don Enholm , proved to have a very successful year. Ten trophies in all were taken by the teams . These trophies included a first place trophy at Ark Valley aswell as the second place trophy at dis- trict. , The El Dorado team qualified for the state tournament and "The King" brought home the fourth place trophy. Mr. Enholm as well as Don Enholm the entire student body was well pleased and proud. Row one: R. Green and I. Requena. Row two: I. Merriam , I. Hosford, and K. Steitz. an ,1- , 1 1 . . it li Members of the team that Went to state are: Phil Olsen, Rick Foster , Connie Carter, and Steve Remsberg. Gretta Gish, Ken Steitz, and Rosie Hamm display the trophies they won Novice debators are G. Gish, C . Houghton, R. Hamm, andT. Sorenson. KA TETTE Front row, L. to R.: Sheryl Huber, Kendra Spring, Natalie Steele, Carol Stoskopf, Carol Hower, and Mary Belle Doty. Second row: Pam Yarnall, Shirley Hains, Gloria Struebing, Debbie Beyer, Vivian Swilley, Rosie Hamm , Miss Doyle , Ruth Merriam , Emily Benson, Miss Brown, Ian Morgan, and Peggy Poole. Variety is the word that best describes this year's Kayette organization This group of two-hundred and thirty girls has participated in many varied activities for school, community, and world benefit. The Kayettes have compiled a list of impressive projects qualifying the organization for the 1,000 point award. Almost tradition is the Kayette bake sales which fill the halls with the aroma of spicy cookies and tantilizing candy. By serving at the conces- sion stands at the many athletic events, serving as time keepers at the debate tournament , and presenting the Thanksgiving and Easter assemblies , the Kayettes have proven to be of great service to the school. The year came to a close with all looking back on a year filled with fun and fond memories. The officers, members, and sponsors, Miss Doyle and Miss Brown, are to be congradulated for a successful year. 56 l 1 L Row one: I. Nace, C. Baer, E. Davidson, D. Platts, S. Covert, M. Anderson. Row two: M. Milliken, C. Stoskopf, L. Baker, B. Seiver, D. Komer, C. Miller, L.Andrus. Row three: C. Taylor, D. Stout, C. Rollings, P. Hall, A. McGoyne, B. Mann, M. Needham, D. Love. Row four: N.Condell, P. Owens, B. Eastham, S.Cox, B. Iones, S. Pence, M. Warren, P. Ward, C. Ruick. Row five: S. Shelton, B. Truskett, S. Anderson, C. Hower, V. George, L. Huber, B. Zimmerman, P. Engle, C. Angle, K. Spring. Row six: F. Valadez, R. Lewis, R. Stowers, I. McKinzie, H. George, A. Den- ton, M. Dearinger, M. Carter, I. Browne, P. Gum, I. Thompson. Row seven: C. Carter, S. Still, S. Crook, S. Dickson, I. Lofflin, N. Steele, T. Parsons, H. Young, M. I. Templeton, S. Sturdevant, D. Robbins, S. Iordan. Row one: K. Daniel, C. Grigsby, N. Connell, C. Gilmore, S. Hains, D. Cross. Row two: P. Startz, V. Vernon, P. Startz, K. Fisher, M. Waltman, I. Ullom, R. Kasper Row three: E. Condell, S. Huber, P. Poole, P. Yarnall, L. Chambers, E. Conner, K Poe, C. Houghton. Row four: K. Denton, M. McAdoo, K. Blackburn, P. Perks, E Ibarra, S. Shartz, B. Russum, C. McAdoo, P. Whitehead. Row five: N. Iohnson, S. A. Hann, L. Grange, S. Steele, C. Humphries, K. Stoll, M. Girod, L. Sullivan, M Oliver, V. Demo. Row six: P. Brant, K. Andrews, C. Maloney, T. Edwards, I. Car- penter, V. Rohrbaugh, C. Meranda, S. Caldwell, L. Klassen, R. Moore, L. Charles. Row seven: S. Gum, V. Barnt, D. Davis, C. Iohnson, B. Blum, M. Boyce, D. East- ham, M. Lindsey, I. Stiffler, I. Perks, A. Hash. Row eight: L. Wilson, S. Swilley M. Iackson, L. Martindale, P.Wyckoff, I. Saferite, D. Long, N. Pearce. A. Belew P. Teter, S. Hetrick, S. Belew. Row nine: I. Morgan, C. Smith, M. Girod, M. M King, C. Eaton. Row one: I. Perry, K. Robertson, C. McClurg, S. Harlan, B. Altenhofen, R. Ricker- son, P. Cypret, P. Stansbury, E. Baker, T. Lee, M. Richards. Row two: R. Ivy, L. McCoy, K. Parry, L. Bean, C. Rice, S. Pershall, D. Shipman, C. Gabel, D. Dauber, B. Rupe, S. Silvers. Row three: I. Carey, B. Frisbie, B. Thompson, L. Fuller, G. Gish, G. Struebing, R. Hamm, G. Bartlett, V. Swilley, D. Beyer, M. Hains. Row four: T. Countryman, S. Brunson, R. Camp, L. Barnt, L. Martin, D. Taylor, I. Fritsche, I. Holem, C. Bidwell, P. Dickson, C. Condell. Row five: L. Wyckoff, R. Roberson, I. Thompson, M. Reid, D. Baker, I. Miller, P. Fowler, L. Boese, P. McGill, N. Tromb1a,J. Elam. Row six: M. Stevens, L. McNown, D. Briggs , P. McCord, S. Small, P. Doyle. The manger scene as it might have been long ago. 1: lib? r if , , N 1 , Mary Belle gives the Kavettes Jn, praise and encouragement. a ,E ' . f , . ,1 , Q - ir' " , ,T ..,,.. , , " 'ff P ' ' rifiil M s , , A '4lf?55EYf1Q' kv Q., , J I 12 - ' x Amis - 'P o X . I 4 xseafswif, Mifaigff 1 f'?.ivIf35: 1 A I .,.,, 5.51.5 A -S -SES? if YI E ':S::..:5':.: 3 44 sd '. A f gg':15:7?if-- MN, .man f f. wwga' Q,w-QM: ,,-f f ' 1 ,Ed "-- , an Lf- '2l'AW V11 S- . , ,L . s'ti'5?3 z., - ' 'xiii mf 211,71 ke F355 ws. ,ii i -mwi , :: -- 1.1 A.., ,, , 3 3 fmifip ?fi,-fan : 'K , . .,,,,,. 4 f Sfffgi g 2, .Q g"EI!f' fi' Q' 332512- mf -isa, Q emu 2' 'swf' 1350925 .itiiff . 2 Q Front row, L. to R.: Susie Cox, Loretta Huber, Nancy Condell, Cretta Gish, and Connie Carter. Second row: Barbara Eastham, Helen Young, Mary Iane Templeton, Cathy Baer, Ellen Condell, and Suzanne Swilley. Top row: Kathy Brown, Linda McCoy, Kay Fisher, Glenda Carmack, Pam Owens, Randi Kasper, Mary Anderson, and Mrs. Danley. The cheerleaders prepare to present homecoming entertain - ment. The organization of E.H.S. that needs no introduction is the Pep Club . If anyone ever attended an athletic contest in our high school, he has wit- nessed the performance ofa Pep Club that has a state-wide reputation for spirit and support of their team. As usual, the annual initiation started the year off with a big "bang, " The year was highlighted by the annual Christmas Dance sponsored by the club and the banquet at which T time the new officers were announced . 60 5 Q m f! L 1 4 '99 Row one: M.I. Templeton, R. Merriam, B. Eastham, S. Stone, D. Platts, S. Covert E. Davidson, I. Nace, M. Milliken, N. Condell, L. Huber, C. Taylor, H. George, I McKinzie, R. Stowers, D. Komer, L. Andrus, B. Seiver, C . Carter, C . Starkey, C. Eggan Row two: M. B. Doty, S. Cox, P. Ward, B. Zimmerman, A. Marshall, D. Finkler, C Baer, C. Ruick, T. Reiserer, M. P. Warren, B. Iones, H. Young, P. Hall, S. Iordan N. Steele, S. Shelton, I. Iackson, V. George, S. Sturdevant. Row three: B. Truskett S. Anderson, S. Still, C. Kirtpatrick, C. Angle, P. Engle, I. Browne, T. Collins, T Knox, P. Gum, I. Thompson. I. Lofflin, A. Denton, D. Stout, C. Rollings , S . Dickson, S. Crook, A. McGoyne, B. Mann. Row four: C. Prater, T. Parsons, L. Sanders, S Hayes, N. Swisher, S. Emrich, L. Barker, I. Lucas, I. Gardner, M. Dearinger, K Kunkle, M. Carter, M. Requena, M. Garland, D. Love, C. Coiner, M. Bateson, L Baker, C. Stoskopf. Row one: C. Grigsby, E. Benson, L. Grange, S. A. Hann, V. Barnt, K. Blackburn S. Gum, C. Iohnson, M. Boyce, S. Caldwell, T. Skinner, K. Andrews, I. Carpenter C. Meranda, T. Edwards, C. Maloney, M. Oliver, L. Sullivan, K. Stoll, P. Tyler I. Scribner. Row two: K. Daniels, V. Vernon, E. lbarra, D. Davis, L. Charles, D Guenther, G. Engle, P. Whitehead, I. Ullom, G. Kent, I. Wise, K. Denton, I. Saferite L. Phares, E. Condell, L.Wison, I. Morgan, P.Wyckoff, L. Martindale, N. Shields , I. Rice. Row three: N. Iohnson, S. Hardwick, C. Betty, C. McAdoo, R. Moore, I Stiffler, M. Lindsey, G.Wimberly, E. Eaton M. Girod, I. Perks, P. Perks, I. Nutter P. Poole, L. Chambers, S. Hetrick, T. Colby, B. Russum, D. Eastham, C. Gilmore C. Humphries. Row four: P. Yarnall, N. Pearce, D. Long, C. Houghton, M. McAdoo C. Ward, D. Cross, S. Hains, D. Blair, V. Chambers, I.Walls, M. Mercer, I. Ster- benz, M. Slifer, C. Groce, E. Conner, S. Steele, M. King, M. Girod, M. Iackson C. Eaton. Row five: M.Waltman, K. Poe, P. Startz, P. Startz, N. Baird, S.Wheeler L. Akin, M. Eis, B. Blum, N. Connell, A. Belew, S. Belew, S. Small. lx lf 5 , s Row one: I. Elam, G. Struebing, R. Hamm, G. Gish, I. Sorenson, C. Condell, I Perry, K. Parish, P. Dickson, N. Wilson, O. Runyon, I. Holem, D. Morriss, R. Rober son, I. Thompson, M. Reid, M. Moyer, M. Scobee, K. Phillips, S. Harlan, I. Dent Row two: S. Keith, D..Shipman, D. Dauber, B. Hammon, S. Sidener, C. Collier, P Wright, V. Gravatt, I. Foreman, T. Lee, C. McClurg, K. Robertson, P. Fowler, L Boese, I. Fritsche, H. Thompson, L. Roach, C. Eastin, B. Marley, S. Harvey, M Valadez. Row three: L. McNown, M. Stevens, B. Rupe, M. Hains, D. Beyer,.P. Bate man, G. Bartlett, P. Doyle, D. Reynolds, K. Parry, V. Swilley, N. Trombla, C. Rice M. Lowderman, S. Clifton, L. Bean, S. Pershall, B. Kirkland, C. Blake, L. Martin L. Haynes. Row four: P. Williams, B. Altenhofen, P. Cypret, R. Rickerson, D. Chase G. Ball, R. Camp, P. Garland, I. Henderson, R. Ivy, B. Frisbie, L. Fuller, D. Baker I. Miller, D. Briggs, K. Shuman, T. Countryman, C. Bidwell, L. Wyckoff, B. Gray B. Titel. Row five: B. Thompson, L. Fuller, S. Mitchell, M. Richards, E. Baker, P Stansbury, S. Brunson, K. Brown, L. Barnt, C. Pratt, P. McGill, I. Carey, S. Stokes L. Lovette, L. Schartz, T. Iunkins, L. Flathers, H. Clayborn, V. Walker. We honor our queen. 63 E-CL UB Row one: W. Knight, O. Parks, L. Brown, B. Payne, M. Myers, G. Small D. Iohnson, G. Ball, K. Hughes, B. Degenhardt, D. Dickson . Row two: G. Karst, S. Schmidt, D. Cloyes, I. Wege, G. Bennington, D. Ward, I. North, M. Rice, S. Fabian, D. Mcl-Tatton. Row three: D. Walters , G. Dick, G. Dickey, I. Choens , I. Fulks , W. Morton, R. Butts, M. Wiley, R. Henry, I. Eaton, R. Brinegar. Row four: G. Taliaferro, M. Dodson, K. Schwemmer, D. Greene, I. Thompson, I. Knouf, B. Berens , B. Fox, L. Gaston. Row five: S. Hungerford, B. Baine, B. Boyer, S. Taylor, L. Wall, L. Crumrine, B. Smith, C. Garland, B. Harshaw, B. Iones. Row six: P. Knoop, R. Austin, D. Ball, M. Honeyman, R. Hern- don, I. Williams, C. McClure, B. McCaslin, L. Iones, E. Casto, I. Wilson. Row seven: M. Kelley, C. Iordan, G. Oaks, L. Dodson, N. Miller, L. Covert, L. Fisher, R.Wilmore, G. Lacy, M. Wentworth. Row eight: T. Miles, R. Rickerson, R. Blackwood, T. Salmans, C. Benton, B. Douglass, S. Greene, I. Edwards, D. Crook, T. North, I. Sluss, F. Iackson. 64 Under the able direction ofIim Fulks , president , l the E-Club had a very successful year. Through- out the year, the E-Club sold sweatshirts to help provide funds for the organization. A new item added this year was the decorator kit distributed by the E-Club and bought by many of the El Dorado residents . This also helped the treasury. The E-Club helped support the various sports activities by setting up a cheering section at the games. This special section was designated by the E-Club banner. The members of E-Glub and their guests con- cluded the activities of the organization by holding We the annual E-Club picnic. IIM MCDQNALD Row one, L. to R.: L. Brown, B. Payne, M. Myers, C. Small, D. Iohn- son, G. Ball, K. Hughs, B. Degenhardt, D. Dickson. Row two: I. Fulks , D. Greene, B. Berens, W. Morton, I. North, M. Rice, S. Fabian. Row three: K. Schwemrner, I. Knouf, I. Thompson, R. Butts, M. Wiley, I. Eaton, R. Brinegar, R. Henry, B. Fox, D. Mol-latton. Side Bar: O. Parks , W. Knight, C. Karst, S. Schmidt, D. Cloyes, I. Wege, G. Bennington, D. Ward, I. Choens, D. Walters, G. Dick, G. Dickey, M. Dodson, G. Taliaferro f F -em- W,,,.R f 4- , 1 UNI OR PLA T 3 What' s the secret? An old, weather-Worn house with a long historic background was the subject for this year's Iunior Class play entitled, "George Washington Slept Here," by Moss Hart and George Kaufman. A bored city dWeller's problems began when he decided to buy the old house and surprise his family with his "bargain." The play was directed by Mr. David Alquest, dramatics teacher. Sitting, L. to R.: Carol Humphries, Lew Fisher, Emily Benson, Neil Mil- ler, Randy Wilmore, Bob Iones . Standing, L. to R.: Paul Cooper, Vaudine Vernon, Gene Lacy, Ierry Creed , Larry Dealy, Linda Phares , Iudy Scribner, Nicki Connell, Sue Ann Hann, Vikki Barnt. E IOR PLAY Members of this year's play cast were front row, L. to R.: Loyd Barber, Ianie Iackson, Bob Dietz, Glenda Carmack, Cathy Baer, and Connie Carter, Second row: Mike Cook, Glenn Taliaferro, Susan Pence, Iohn Black, Phil Hamm, and Bill lVlcCully. This year's senior play, "The Bad Seed," was a spine-tingling com- bination of mystery and suspense. The audience was pleasantly surprised to learn that EHS sported such fine acting ability as was displayed in the production. The play concerned a young girl who appeared to be a sweet, loving person but was actually the victim of a highly tortured mind. Mr. David Alquest served as director, and make-up was provided by the dramatics class. 68 F ORE SICS Connie Carter Mary Anderson Linda Phares Rick Foster Rosie Hamm Steve Remsberg Iohn Black, Glenda Carmack, Cathy Baer Bob Dietz, Pam Owens Maurice Rice Nancy q Shields t U S TODIA Roy Cole C. E. Glendenning Willard Chl-11'Ch Archie Riggs , Ir. GUY Gravatt vu 1 Murray Webb 70 ATHLETICS FOOTBALL xx Row one: I. Fulks, B. Douglass, I. Thompson, B. Fox, B. Iones, I. Ed- wards, D. Crook, D. Greene, B. Harshaw, T. Maddux, M. Honeyman B. Baine. Row two: W. Morton, M. Wiley, C. Benton, M. Dodson, M Rice, E. Lacy, S. Hungerford, K. Schwemmer, S. Taylor, L. Gaston, M Weber, I. Williams. Row three: T. Salmans, R. Teter, C. Iordan, P Knoop, Blackwood, G. Dickey, G. Oaks, R. Morgan, H. Davis, M Kelley, B. Long, I. Eaton, G. Miles. Row four: F. Iackson, R. Eisenbise I. Blackmore, R. Post, D. Bryant, B. Shelton, P. Kellogg, C. Hoyt, M Hazen, E. Lovette, L. Clayborn. Ark Valley Standings: l. Arkansas City 6-O 2 . Hutchinson 5-l 3 . El Dorado 4-2 4 . Wellington 3-3 5 . Newton 2-4 6 . Winfield 2-4 7 . Campus 0-6 Drilling the Cats were coaches O'Brien, Bryan, Iackard, and Houser. Senior players Were, kneeling, L. to R.: Ierry Thompson, David Greene, Bob Fox, Marvin Dodson, Gene Dickey, and Ken Schwemmer. Standing, L. to R.: Iim Eaton, Mike Wiley, Maurice Rice, and Iim Fulks . El Dorado Augusta El Dorado Derby El Dorado Hutchinson El Dorado Ark City El Dorado Newton El Dorado Winfield El Dorado Campus El Dorado Emporia El Dorado Wellington The 1963-1964 football season came to an end this year with the presenta- tion of the third place Ark Valley trophy . The football team who compileda four- wins and two-loss record in the Ark Valley qualified for the third place trophy. The team compiled a six-win and three-loss record for the entire season. The team fought hard on the field and recorded a fine standing. It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a football! wg ff, ,vi g ,wi - 4, A-ram: 1ffQ,:ww121'aaaa'.QMs?aL.V'fW be wfwfrswzfe , up - 'ah fw...,:f5,, 2, ,Dv,,,fQ.i :WM -we M, A, . NV ,. mt 1- -,f. " "Qpf-y Wag El Dorado still maintains control of the ball after a hard tackle . 'ffl fa Players duck a low flying football. Dads intensely watch the Cat plays . BA KETBALL Row one: Coach Breen, B. Degenhardt, K. Hughes, K. Schwemmer M Wiley, I. Knouf, Coach Iackard. Row two: T. Maddux, S. Taylor B Boyer, B. Harshaw, B. Douglass, R. Iilg, I. Rogers, T. North. Row three I. Williams, G. Miles, C. Iordan, R. Post, G. Oaks, I. Bean, T. Smith I. Balch, P. Owens. El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado West Newton Derby Winfield Augusta Ark City Wellington Hutchinson West Kapaun El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado Campus North Newton Winfield Augusta Ark City Wellington Hutchinson Campus Mike Wiley and Bob Douglass Watch with amazement as Bill Degenhardt and an Aigusta player try to get control of the ball. Up and at 'em boys! We're playing basketball, not jacks. Bob Douglass struggles with a Derby player to maintain the ball for two points. Lanky Gary Ball proves his arms are the longest as he tips the ball up for two points . 76 "Get off my foot, Ball," the guard seems to say. "What happened to the ball? 1 55111 Gary Ball demonstrates the Wrangler Stretch . Will Ken or won't Ken hit him in the head. WRE TLING Row one: G. Knight, M. Pitch,I. Greene, C. Small, B. Long, B. Brant I. Creed, T. Gull, R. Snell. Row two: Coach McDonald, T. Smith, E Casto, D. Gann, L. Iones, C . Pennington, G. Ball, C . McClure, D. Blake M. Bishop, L. Brown. Row three: Coach I-louser, W. Knight, D. Mcl-Iatton R. Morgan, C. Garland, R. Gann, S. Greene, D. Patton, H. Pendlay, D Greene, M. Rice, E. Lowry, G. Marsh, D. Gleason, I. Young, N. Miller C. Mitchel, F. Iackson, I. Sullivan, W. Morton, H. Marley. Row four O. Parks, D. Dunbar, C. Karst, L. Wall, E. Lovette, G. Dick, L. Hurst E. Lacy, I. North, D. Crook. Hardworking was the word that would best describe the wrestling squad of the past year. They gained the valuable experience that will be necessary to make a good team next year. The outstanding event of the year was the taking of the third place medal in the State Tournament by Charles Small. This past year's team is a fine example of those squads produced by Coach McDonald's many hours of hard work. 78 Ark City and the El Dorado ballplayers battle it out. Fans watch in amazement as the tumblers perform their skills . Everyone watches the Cats drop in two more points . 79 Cats prepare for the play at second base. TRA CK Row one, L. to R.: I. Blackmore, R. Iarboe, P. Iackson, K. Holland, T Smith, G. Knight, G. Miles. Row two: I. Creed, P. Knoop, R. Kolste, M Mann, F. Turner, B. Douglass, G. Dick, W. Knight, C . Bobbitt. Row three Coach Bryan, C. Benton, D. Gloyes, I. Edwards, B. Baine, S. Taylor, T Maddux, D. Lawrence, C. Iordan, Coach Parsons. The track squad had twelve returning lettermen on its thirty-five member track team. Any high school boy who was interested in the many and varied events included in track was eligible to try out. Running, exercising, and working on individual skills kept the track members occupied from three o'clock to five o'clock each day of the season. Thetrack team participated in meets with the Ark Valley League schools as well as in competition in other invitational tournaments . The team also attended the regional track meet in Pittsburg on May 8 and 9. Because the team did not place in the regional meet, they did not qualify for the state meet. Our thanks goes to the coaches and the members of the squad for doing their best in all competition. 80 Augusta Dual Meet Winfield Invitational El Dorado Triangular El Dorado Triangular Newton Invitational Campus Dual Meet Heights Invitational Ark Valley League Regional f,.- in sw 919. El Dorado 61 Augusta El Dorado r El Dorado 57 Wellington Winfield E1 Dorado IOO 1X2 Circle Remington El Dorado 5th El Dorado 86 Campus El Dorado 7th l. Hutchinson 2 . Ark City 3. Newton 4. Wellington 5. Winfield 6. El Dorado 7. Derby 8. Campus El Dorado 3rd Mile Relay 5th Shot Put -5 rg, QQ4., Row one: G. Dick, B. Baine, S. Taylor, P. Knoop, D. Cloyes, G Marsh Row two: B. Harshaw, B. Iones, M. Weber, I. Edwards, W. Knight 81 BASEBALL Y Sitting, L. to R.: D. Patton, R. Austin, L. Lucas, H. Davis, and E. Casto Standing, L. to R.: B. Long, M. Honeyman, K. Broadstock, I. Williams, W. Morton, T. Odle, R. Blackwood, S. Hungerford, T. Miles, R. Herndon, I. Fulks, I. Bean, D. Ball, P. Owen, and G. Oaks. Approximately thirty-five players turned out for the baseball team this year, however, only one of these was a seasoned player. The turnout in quanity was about normal, but the quality was good. Though the season didn't prove extremely fruitful, the players gained a great deal of valuable experience. Coach McDonald commented that within the next year or two, after the new team members gained experience, they would begin to show their ex- ceptional ability. 82 Pitchers were, from L. to R.: Ron Herndon, Tom Miles, Garry Oaks, and Parry Owen. "Strike three! You're out! " TUM BLIN G Row one: B. Bryan. Row two: I. Greene, R. Calhoun, T. Morgan. Row three: F. Iackson, I. Thorburn, S. Fabian. Row four: T. Soloman, R. Austin, C. Smith, I. Choens. Row five: R. Rickerson, P. Knoop, D. Ward, D. Dunbar, D. Greene. Among all the athletes at El Dorado High School, the least publicized yet the most highly skilled attraction at E.H.S. is the hardworking tumbl- ing team . This group of enthusiastic and energetic boys has tumbled at many half- times of the basketball games . Their public performances aren't restricted to only the high school, for they have displayed their tumbling talent at many performances at surrounding communities. This year the tumbling team consisted of sixteen members and was under the direction of Mr. Iim McDonald. 84 TENNIS Row one: C. McClure, W. Miller, R. Misejka, M. Shaffer, S.Worrell, D. Cloyes, P. I-Iamm, I. Wilson, M. Russell. Row two: P. Olsen, C IOhnSOn, R.Ii1Q. I- Bf3lC1'1, E. Matthews, R. Post, S. Remsberg, M. Went worth . Eighteen boys turned out this year for the tennis squad. Three of them were strong returning lettermen. The boys that comprised this year's team practiced long and hard hours through the summer months as well as the ten- nis season. Although the team did not qualify for state , they had a better than aver- age season. El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado El Dorado League Regional Emporia Wellington O Wellington O Newton 2 Augusta 6 Augusta 6 Tie for 5th 3rd The team was coached by Mr. Charles Iackard. 85 GOLF I XA tl , in I f Row one: B. Shelton, M. Callaway, W. Perks, R. Gibson, I. Templin, L- HUQTIGS, H. Provo, M. Myers, I. North. Row two: T. North, L. Fisher, L. Covert, D. Feller, R. Fried, H. Beal, S. Kershner, D. Moreland, T. Soloman, R. Wilmore, Coach Breen. This year's golf team consisted of twenty-four players, an unusually large number. Of the twenty-four players, sixteen were sophomores and four of the members were returning lettermen. Lettering in golf this year was much harder than in previous years. The boys must represent the team in two meets and be able to shoot in the 8O's. To qualify for these golf meets, the boys must compete on a nine, eighteen, or twenty-seven hole course. The team with the 1OW9Sf score competes in the tournament. According to Mr. Emmett Breen, the golf team has improved greatly. He and the returning players are looking forward to a better season next year . 86 ACTIVITIES Linda Baker CUM LA UDE The greatest scholastic honor acquired by a high school student is to become a Graduate Cum Laude . The members of this outstanding organization are not elected . Rick Foster Brenda Susan Pence Glenda Carmack Natalie Steele 88 Robert Crum Jerry Pursell ' ' it ' . ls ..... f - , -l P mr. 1, W" ' 559 4 M -wx rgrwg' ,Wt ,,. .. 5i'i4iY?7A ' 853' ' Vtffglsigiflfyfbfffi , , , :ea 3533 . Swv- f ' iigi' K i g 'i" . . ,, I 5, -,ffjgg --: ,. .wf:, . - . -l 11 as-MQ 5353555 - k l w r 1:52 f,:::ggfvzz-iS'- A 152 .Q g it rszaszqm . V i fzvhrff gvgff f - s wf wof-1 :free Listera? 1:Pa'?a5,?5gxf51s,gs7f,t- sag ,Q Qian infix' -:S 'i 'f Eg: Wifi we 3 iaggfegggf fidellsz' - tfigfl gsg- 4 ?f - W H, , ,- rr 45':.?l5L" -X1 1 'fi .- si ii. if 'ffiwfm c . ibsagffsgvsgffi-11: ' , A :,f'1.ff,:a N-fr ff 2 .W l xi K .3- 5 .T ' jfifssfl 5, . g r ,-1:,.-Mg l we rr , , .1 Q: ? ' W, A. , .xi-Q.: 5 if Sandra Sturdevant These students are chosen on the compiled standings of their four years of work in high school . They ranked in the upper ten percent of the grad- uating class . Not pictured is Iohn Black Congratulations go to this fine group. Glenn Taliaferro rw Dennis Doornbos Diana Robbins Pat Gum Pam Owens Mary Iane Templeton Ierry Thompson 89 Connie Ruick Helen Young GIRL STA TERS Scholarship, leadership, conduct, and character are the basis for the selec- tion of Girl Staters. Only those students with these admirable qualities are nominated and sponsored by localcivic clubs . Glenda Carmack, Loretta Huber, and Pam Owens were the three lucky girls who attended Girls State at Kansas State University during the second week in Iune. These girls obtained knowledge concerning city, county, state, and national government. A make-believe state was established with all the offices repre- sented. In these sessions the staters run for mock state offices in bi-partisan elections . During this week the delegates learn how the government of Kansas operates . Highlights of this week included the installation of officers, the party rally, and the final banquet. Glenda Oarmack Carter Loretta Huber Bre ver Pam Owens Natalie 90 BOT TA TERS Unlike Girls Staters, all six delegates to Boys State attended the convention in Lawrence. The purpose of the gathering was to instill a greater knowledge of American government in high school youth. An imaginary government was established, and three days were set aside to study its actual workings. During the week's events , several of the El Dorado delegates were elected to governmental positions , While others received appoint- ed positions . Highlights of the convention were the campaigns , the elections , and the Gov- enor's Ball. Robert Crum Ierry Pursell 0 Rick Foster Glenn Taliaferro Danny McHattong Ierry Thompson 91 ,Q in 1' ' Q va www? A, ' a i 7 mim- ,, ,fz,,,, y Q. ' ,LM ,- 4 , ,Q Chuck Bidwell and Ruth Merriam ff' WN J. P DAR Citizenshi Award , :V '-f' '::: 'V "" "'4 - teve Mabel McCarty English Award Mary Belle Doty Lillian Benson Glenn Taliaferro and Linda Baker Myrrl Houck Award DAR History Award Ierry Thompson Larry McSpadden Award is l' Brenda Seiver, Linda Baker Steve Remsberg Dr. Horner Essay Contest '.., . lm. Q c if? GI : f- f iifiifffzsw 'B W 7 1 f 2:-as zfsiiil f A ' get 5:5 335 455953 ,gl H al 35555555 ' ' 5 as , .gs 2 5 V . .355 . Jerry Foreman,Loretta Huber Iim Fulks , Brenda Seiver American Legion Citizenship Ierry Pursell Bausch-Lomb Science Award . ,:.:,ff?eEisi'?1a!s L, A - M2 W :F YQ.. 1., . iw ' .fi n kfa?:.f555?5iiJ3 . c z I H 5' .ffl :SSB 15525 if ' 'Pl if f-K , ' The Basketball Royalty pose regally for this formal portrait. Everyone seems to be enjoying themselves at the Pink Carnation Ball. DA CE X Connie Carter, Senior Class president, andR. I. Hess , vice- president, enjoy a dance at the Iunior Senior Prom. The Football Royalty smile for the royalty picture . an 61 ACTIVITIES W WN T' QA? MQ ' Q, v- I ' '- li: It I Q Q A www' OUTSIDE . A sh N7 ' I , 5? Don't look now, but I think we're on the curb! "I think that I shall never see. . . " "Ahhhhhhhhhhh" Tarzan? The key to Successful slng ing 1S practlce practlce prac tice practlce t 94 l J Well seniors, l've got one thing to say about commencement practice: you sit down Well. These research papers are murder. 2 K t Q it What did I ever do to deserve treatment like this from the Pep Club. "Well, you know who I aml' "We made it! " . . . graduation at last Seniors end their high school careers as they accept their diplomas from school board president, Hulbert Murray, and Principal Robert McCollum. Head senior sponsor Miss Helen Case instructs seniors for Com- mencement . F L Graduates enter the auditorium for final graduation exercises . The Senior Class of 1964--together for the last time. Graduates and faculty members entered the auditorium in academic attire to the traditional "Aida March7" and after being seated, the one hundred eighty-five graduating seniors at the eighty-fourth an- nual commencement program were addressed by Dr. Ralph E. Dunham. A 1934 graduate of El Dorado High, now associated in the U. S. Office of Education in Washington, Dr. Dunham used as his topic "Evalu- ating Your Education." "The old adage 'If you put more into it, you'll get more out of it, ' is a limitation that is true to education, occupation, and marriage," asserted Dr. Dunham. "This should be one thing remembered by all." Following the presentation of diplomas, the graduates took the final march down the aisle as Seniors of 1964. 97 Ruth Merriam Amendant Mary Anderson Attendant in Q4!i 2 WEST' 525' w 7,- 'Vf ,Q R we vu i if .avvvvvfvkili-bm va wif " 'E g i'm1 sfv:- Pk Qi, 3 in if S 42 'SF lf! Y ,, ,S 2 F! 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P19555 ' -ff 'AW , ,' ' 0, fy f f I , Z,gg4,f, ,girl 5 ffwi' f Www? . f ' - ,,,e,55',, V f 'W' fu 'f ' " - , ,f ' ,,,, v,,., , ,,i,gfgg,3.,-.V qw wwf ,f', wwe, Z ,mf 4, ,wwf vs My iw,-' -',,yr,4s,4,anr.f,,1,,'1r4??,551a' :sive ff, f, f f ,, ,aw , -,ff f- fn i wf,- :,,f,,, f- ,,,5k1 .,-Q, Z! f,f, , ,,,, ,M , ,,,, , Off WU There is no death! The stars go down To rise upon some fairer shore, And bright, in heaven s Jeweled crown, They shine for evermore . He leaves our hearts all desolate, I-le plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers: Transplanted into bliss , they now Adorn immortal bowers . Where'er he sees a smile too bright, Or heart too pure for taint and vice, I-le bears it to that world of light, To dwell in Paradise. KATHY BOWLUS AUTGGRAPHS AUTDGRAPHS ALITCGRAPHS I fs


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