El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)

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ESPEV IK MB.th6!IlB.t108, Latin Millington, Ill1no1s B.S , Unlversity of Illlnois LYLE E SNYDER Vocational Agrmulture E1 Paso, I1l1noi.s B S , University of Illinois HELEN E HORGENTHALER Commerce Pekln, Illinols B. Ed , Il11no1s State Normal Unlversity SAMUEL M BLACKWELL Coach, Social Science Arcola, I11ino1s Institute F CLARENCE NOE English, Speech Eureka, Illinois A B , Bradley Poly Institute eww 9r n u Q u ' u , , B.Ed., Eastern ax B.s., Bradley soly. , bg I SW 9 lf . QQ W of W ,, W fl 'if-F' 3 a 4 ,W n' 59? 6 F AM Am A Q 5 ff f H 5 5 Tffmx N ff XS wi Q X W J FV NX Af? K, JN .5 '01 'UV fy X L' I . 'f E4 I 1 I g X ' I 'EV XAW7 l . 5' 1 M JK' ffl Y J' ,-fx, fi xfx ' 1 gh ,X L L X wj f Q C, 4 1 GX K Y'f-A V ' NS-fl ' f ff?-Q ,EP -.7 X X X X- xjx -I V qv - Y '5iJ S i DORATI-XY PETERS,SC. TR. Home Bc. Club l,2,3,4 Jet Maskers 5 Noir Masque 4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Stunt Show 5,4 BILL DUNMIRE, PRES F.F.A. l,2,3,4 Judging Team 1,2,5,4 Noir Masque 4 Stunt Show 3 Gym Program 2,5,4 Pep Club 3,4 Junior Play 5 Football l,2,3,4 Track 4 Student Council 4 F.F.A. Vice Pres. 'E' Club 4 MARY UIIENS, V. PRES. FQFIAO 2,4 Orchestra l GeAeAe ve Pl'6Be 2 Jet Mnskers 3 Operette l,2,5,4 Stunt Show 2,3,4 Student Council 2,3 French Club l,2,3,4 Gym Program 1.31304 President 3 Pep Club 5,4 Band z,5,4 Com'1 COIWSSP 3.4 Music Contest 2,3,4 GJ-Jn 1,2 G.A.A. 1,2 Senior Play 4 Gym Circus l,2,5,4 German Be.nd 4 Com'l Contest 4 REX ADAMS Student Council 3, Jet Maskere 3,4 Football 2,3,4 Basketball 2,3,4 Track 2 Band 1,2 Camera Club 5 Stunt Shot 2 'E' Club 4 Senior Play 4 LYLE ARMSTRONG F.F.A. 1,2,5,4 Judging Team 1,2,3 Gym Program 1,2 ,3 Track l,2,3,4 Jet lhskers 5 Pep Club 5,4. . Student Coxmcil 'E' Club 4 Com'1 Contest Noir lhsque 4 x CLASS CHRONOLCXEY Freshman Year: Cenrollment, Fifty-six, Officers--President , Dorothy Peters ,Vice-Pres idexrt ,Bob Hilger ,Sec .-Trees . ,Kenneth Nohren Adviser, lr. Snyder Aocoxnplishment--Surviving 'Initiation' Sophomore Year s Officers--President , Bob Hilger 3Vice-Pres ident ,Don Burroughs ,Sec .-Trees ,Margaret Guard Student Council Representative, Mary Ouens Adviser, Miss Toohill Jxmior Year z Officers--President ,Mary Owens ,Vice -Pres ident ,Virgil Donze 3Sec .-Trees . ,Dorothy Peters Student Conmcil Representatives , Lyle Armstrong, Rex Adams Advisers--Mr. Grabb, Mies Espevik, Miss Smith Aocomplishmsnts--Play, 'The Patchwork Quilt' Movie, "Four Girls in,lhite" Jnmior-Senior Banquet and Dance--theme 'Dutch Garden' Senior Years Qenrollment, Forty-fivel Officers--President, Bill DunmiregVice-Preeident,Mary OIBIIBQ Seo.-Trees Student Council Representatives , Lyle Armstrong, Rex Adams Advisers--Mr. Classen, Miss Morgentheler, Mr. Cleggett Accomplishments--Annual, 'Shipmetes Forever' Play, 'The Late Christopher Bean' Clase Honors--Valediotorien, Lyle Armstrong, Salutatorian, Earl Gray Class Colors--Blue and Silver Class Flower--Lily of the Valley Class Motto--'Do Your Pa.rt Well, There All The Honor Lies' -9- . ,Dorothy Peters JUNIOR WILLIAMSON Stunt Show 2,3 Gym Program 1,2,3 Football l,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 'Ln Club 4 Mawr BETTY ANNE STEIDER Humorous Readlng 2,3,4 Operetta 2,3,4 I Sezuor Reporter 4 Band 2,3 Jet Maskers 3,4 Mlxed Chorus 2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Junlor Play 3 F F A Play 4 Gym Clrcus 2,3 Glee Club 2,3,4 Wstmt show 2,:s,4 Jna wurrmz F F A. 1,2,3,4 Ag Judging Team 2,3,4 I xy.: Noir Masque 4 Operetta 2,3,4 4fG1ee Club 2 M1X6d Chorus 2,3,4 Gym Show 2,3 Junlor Play 3 Track 4 F F A Play 1,3,4 Band 2,3,4 BERNADINE ROBERTS Home Ee. Club Noir Masque 4 Operetta 1 Gym Program 1,4 Band 1,2,3,4 A Glee Club l KENNETH NOHRLN Jet Maskers 3 No1r Masque 4 Football 1,2 Basketball 1,2,4 Track l,2,3,4 Sec. Treasurer 1 'E' Club President 4 if lO VIRGINIA VAN SCYOC Home Ec. Club l,2,3, Jet Maskers 3 Operetta 2 Glee Club 1,2 Stunt Show 3 Gym Program 1,2 4 Comm. Contest Junlor Play 3 A a RAYMOND WILLIAMS Jet Maskers 4 Basketball Mgr 3,4 Track Mgr 3 'E' Club 4 ,ggi MARIAH SHEPHERD Home Ee. Club , G. A Nolr Masque 4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Glee Club 1,4 Gym Program 1,2,4 Stunt Show 4 JUn10T Play 3 French Club 3,4 VICTOR ROUSH Jet Maskers 3 Pep Club 3 Football 5 Basketball 3 Track l,2, Gym Program 2,3,4 LUCILLE PUNKE Home Ee. Club l,2,3,4 va PTBSU 2 Jet Maskers 3 Glee Club 1 Stumt Show 2,3,4 Gym Program l,2,3,4 Pep Club 3,4 Cheerleader 3,4 Junior Play 3 Camera Club 3 G.A.A. 1,2,3 Annual Staff WDHRPWH I more Ec Club 1, Gym Program 1, Glee Club l,2,3 Mlxed Chorus l,2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 BOB HILGLR Operetta 1,2, ,4 stunt show l,2,3, Gym Program 2,1 Sophomore Pres. 2 Band l,2,3 4 Orchestra 1 Student Counc11 1,2 French Club 2,3,4 German Band 3, Basketball 3,4 Track 3,4 Junlcr Play 3 Mus c 1,2,3,4 Senlor Play Octet 2,3,4 Sec Tres., Band ROBERT GUTH A 1, ,3 4 Ag Judging Team Glee Club 2 Gym Program , Pep Club 4 Football 3,4 'E' Club 4 NEIL LFT Operetta 3 Stu t Show 2,3 Gym Program l,2,3,4 French Club 2,3,4 Band 2,3,4 Music Contest 2,3,4 Camera Club 3 BEVERLY DIERS Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 Ho e Ee. Club 1,2 G A.A. 1,2,3, Jet Maskers, Pres 3 Pep Club Pres. 3,4 Ju 1or Play 3 Senior Play 4 Noir Masque 4 Annual Staff 4 Gym Program 1,2,3,4 Basket Shooting 1 ,3,4 Stunt Show 1 2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Band 2,3,4 Music Contest 2 3,4 Camera Club 3 Ass't Band Dlrector German Band 4 Com'1 Contest 4 xryxo gl WAYNE WILLIAM KKLC Band l,2,3,4 Bovs' Glee Club 1 Mlxed Chorus 2,3,4 J1X6d Octet 2,3,4 Gym Program 2,3 Camera Club 3 X French Club 6,4 Annual Staff 4 Operetta 1,2,3, Junlcr Play 3 Stumt Show 3, Boys' Tr1o 3,4 Band L1brar1an ELEANCR PINKHAM Ho e Ec Club Jet Mnskers 3 Operetta 1, Glee Club 1 2 Gym Program 1, Junlor Play 3 A IONA KINGDO F F P. Play 3 Nolr Masque Operetta 2,3 Glrls' Glee Club 2 Cym Program 1,2 Pep Club 3,4 Com'1 Contest 3, Annual Staff 4 French Club l,2,3,4 Music Contest, P18D0 1,2,3,4 G. .A MARGARET GUARD Home E Club l,2,3, G.A.A l,2,3 Stunt Show 4 Gym Program 1,2 Com'l Contest 3, Jun1or Play 3 Annual Staff 4 Class Offlcer 2 Band 2,3,4 Came a Club 3 Operetta 1,2 Glee Club 1,2 Clarlnet Quartet 3 Home Ee. Club Pres. 2 Home Ee. Club V Pres EARL GRAY Glee Club 1 French Club l,2,3,4 Band 2,3,4 Mlxed Chorus 2,3,4 M1I6d Octet 2, ,4 Boys' Tr1o 3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Com'1 Contest 3 German Banu 4 Brass Sextet 3 Annual Staff 4 Q Junlor Play 3 Stunt Show 2,4 ' Gym Program 2 G.A.Aj 1 2 " u . 2 vu . 2 I. - . ,4 A K X n 4 ei . 3 ' 4 "4 . 1,2 s., V: 2 2 ' 2,3 4 y ' G. A. . 1,2 ' Paper Reporter 4 - 'P T 4 g . 4 1 . 5 - 44 1 F.F. ,. 2 - Q 0 u I la B . 'S' 2 3 ii,. , . 4 A .. 1 . 4 fo - 4 . .4 .. . 4 ' 3 A2 ' ' I VI s D A Q V 1 . 4 . ELEANOR DESMOND Orchestra 1 Jet Maskers 3 Noir Masque 4 Operetta 1, 2 Glee Club 1,2 Gym Program 2 Pep Club 5, 4 G.A.A. 1 f,fQz,a.M,vv EUGENE DRESS LER Mixed Chorus 4 Football 2,4 Track 4 French Club 3, 4 Band 2,5,4 Music Contest 2,3,4 Junior Play 3 Operetta 4 'En Club 4 DOROTHY CARRITHERS Home Ec Club 1,2,3,4 G A A 2 Noir Masque 4 Stunt Show 2,3,4 Gym Program 1,2,3,4 French Club 4 d l,2,3,4 us1c Contest 2,3,4 HAROLD CUNNILGHAM A Judging Contest 1,2,3 Operetta 1,2 Mlxed Chorus l,2,3,4 Stunt Show 4 Gym Program l,2,3,4 Football 1, F F A Play 3 Music Contest "E" Club 4 Com'1 Contest 4 EMMA BOIAN Home Ec Club 1,2 Operetta 3,4 Gym Program 4 Com'1 Contest 3 G A A 2 M1X6d Chorus 1,2,3,4 if FRED EDWARDS Operette 3 Glee Club 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Gym Program 1,2,3 French Club 3 Band 2 Music Contest 2,3 Stunt Show 2 HELEN CLAPP School Reporter 1,2 Home Ec Club 1,2 . A Operette 3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Gym Program 2,3,4 Paper ff 3 WWW VIRGIL E DONZE F F A 1,2,3,4 Ag Yudging 1,2,3,4 Operetta 2 Glee Club 2 Mlxed Chorus 2, Stunt Show 2 Gym Program 1,2,3,4 Football 4 Basketball 3,4 Track F F A Play 3 Class Off1C8P Music Contest 2, NE' Club 4 DARLENE BUSS Orchestra 1 Jet Maskers 3 Noir Masque 4 Operetta 1,2, Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2, ,4 Stunt Show 3, Junior Play 3 French Club 3,4 Band 2,8,4 Music Contest 3 Gym Program 1,2, JESSE CARRITH RS JR F F A 1,2,3,4 Ag Judging 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Pep Club 3 Track 8,4 Gym Program 1 Operetta 2 GJ. . 1,2 . . . 1, ' ' - - , 5 3,4 ' . ' 5 5 F.F. . 4 - - , 5,4 , 3 4 4 U I I 3 C' Q' s.A.A. 1 XJ 3,4 T X. ' O C I , 3 . . 1, .I .,,4" QQN K! -l2- ,ww P VV ALLEN CAMPBELL Operetta 1, Glee Club 2,3 Gym Program 2.3, Mlxed Chorus 2, Stu t Show 3, Junlor Play 3 Football 1, Basketball 3, Track l,2,3,4 French Club 2,5,4 'En Club 4 Nolr Masque, Pres RUTH BEAN CTransferJ Home Ee Club 4 M' BOB BOWER tet 3 oir Masque 4 lxed Chorus 2,3,4 Stunt Show 3 Gym Program l,2,3,4 French Club 2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 IUBIO Content 2,3,4 OMA BAKER Home Ec Club 1,2 Girls Glee Club 1,2 Band 2,3,4 Muslo Contest 2,3,4 4 Om Mlm KENN TH BARRON F F A l,2,5,4 Ag Judging 4 Gym Program 1,2,3 Band 3,4 ROSE MARY BENNETT Glee Club l,2,3 I 1 Home Ee Club 1,2 Jet Maskers 5 Nolr Masque 4 Gym Program 1,2,4 DON BURROUCHS Operetta l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3, Stunt Show 2,4 Com'l Conte Junior Play 3 Basketball 3 Track 1,2,3, Annual Staff 4 French Club 2,3,4 'E' Club 4 Boys' Chorus l uu81C Contest 2,5,4 BETTY BARNEY Home Ee Club 1 A open-Btu 1,2,:s,4 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Mlxed Chorus 1,2,5,4 Stunt Show 5 Gym Program l,2,3 Pep Club 4 Com'l Contest 3,4 A A DEAN BELL Football 2,S,4 Basketball 5,4 Track 2,5,4 F F A l,2,5,4 Judging Team l,2,5,4 Operetta 4 H012 Masque 4 'E' Club 4 LOREN ALT F F A 1,2,5,4 .45 Judging 2,5,4 Gym Program 205: My -K Football 5,4 05, Track 2,3 FQFQAQ 3 'E' Club 4 f X p X flff 2,3,4 W ' GnA.a. 1 2 4 u . 3 , 4 . 5,4 , ' 4 ' ' l l 4!U It -ff' Gym Programm644 Q4 , 'J' aj!! X ' c.A. . 1 G, Q 1 1 . ' l l . . S 1 0 11 1 :J J -11- THE LATE CHRI TOPHER BEA CSen1or Play? Standlng hr. Noe Dlrector, Bever15 Dlers, Rex Adams, Bob Hllger, Don Burroughs Seated Betty Anne Stelder, Mar an Shepherd, Lyle Armstrong, Dornthy Peters, Allen Campbell NNUAL TAFF Standlng--Luc111e Punks, Mlss Morgenthaler, AdV1S6F, Mr. Classen, Adviser, Margaret Guard Seated--Wayne Krug, Earl Gray, Donald Burroughs, Iona Kingdom, Beverly Diers. -14- Fmal W11l and Testament of the Semor Class of 1940 To those whom it may concern: We, the Senior Class of 'l94O' being of umsound mind and fading memory, do hereby make, print, publish, and unanimously declare this will to be our last and final testament: and in the aforesaid capacity do appo nt Alice Lewis exeeutrix of this will, thus authorizing her to settle our accumulated class debts I, Virgirla Van Scyoc, leave my ability to argue to Mary Helen Render. Dorathy Peters, leave my love for d1stant places, thlngs, and persons to Erma Campbell Dorothy Carrithers, leave my quietness to Mary Alyce Hlbbs Loren Alt, leave 'Bachelor's Degree' to Robert Snyder. Victor Roush, leave my many study halls to anyone 1D need of them. Helen Clapp, leave my ability to monopolize the dressing room mirror t Aldene McDonell Donald Burroughs, leave with great pomp and ceremony what's funny? Jun or Wllllamson, leave ny ability to sell tickets to Bennie Scott Bernadine Roberts, leave m long dresses to Shirley Shaffer. Evelyn Punle, leave my best regards to Maurlre Knecht and Sam Snyder Rosemary Bennett, leave my quiet life to Madelon heal Frank Porth and Mildred Oltman. Earl Gray, leave the art of playing the tuba to Arlene Rippel. Wayne Krug, wish to will my car as taxi to Cleo Lock. Iona Klngdon, leave my ab1l1ty to stay in the family circle' to Betty Cleary Emma B018D, leave those Tangee lips to Ruth kbConkey 'Use Tangee and avoid that palnted look Kenneth Barron, leave m art of mastering the cornet to Betty Wadsworth. Kenneth Nohren, leave my ability to sleep in classes to Bill Lucas. Eleanor Desmond, leave my rangey height to Margorie Gibbs Ray Williams, leave my position as Coach's right hand man to Harold Benedlct. Jesse Carrithers, leave my resistance to glrls to Kenneth Folkers and Lyle Sutton. 'Bev' Dlers, leave the movie bug to Helen Edwards Ruth Bean, leave my sister Blanche. We, Mary Owens and Bob Guth, leave memories of our lore affair to Gene Scarbrough and Erma Jeanne Kingdon. Fred Edwards, leave my ability of not being attracted to any female to Jim Haas Marian Shepherd, leave my English to Betty Faulk Jim Whitmer, leave my giggle to Clarins Haas. Allen Campbell, leave to Donald Thompson the right to take care of all Kappa girls. 5 C C l I, ' ' - I, . . . . I. I. . - . I, . . . 0 . 1, -- I, i . . . . . . . It . , . I, ' . '- . I, ' ' ' . We, Margaret Guard and Virgil Donze, leave our standing room in front of locker forty-two to I. . . Ii. . . . I. . . . . , . . . I. . . . . . 'uv 1, ' ' I. . . . . I. . . . . U I, . . . . . - . I. . . I, ' ' ' 0 I, . I, ' ' . I, ' ' Q I, . . . . I. . . -1 - Betty Barney, leave my aL1l1ty to keep late hours ove1 books to Lynn Rlppel Lyle Armstrong, lerve my abnl ty to play both lrst ana second flddle to Helen uannes Oma Baker, leave my quletness to Jln Holden Lucllle Punke, leave my ab llty to acqulre leap year dates to my slster Reta Nell hft, leave my Elnste n w sdnm and th6OT1PS to Merlyn Klngdon Bllly Lynn Dunmire, leave my reckless dr1v ng, whxch was bestowed on me last year, to E111 Enright Dean Bell, leave all undercless lrls to ugene Nllson Eob bower, leave 'what gets 'em that I lack,' to alll Kltchell Darlene Buss, leave my plcture gallery ln the Soon care and custoay of edel ne Alt Rex Adams, leave Be'ty Anne Ste1der, leave my wltty SEy1EgS to anlta Schleber Harold Cunnlngham, leave the greater share of nqself to Gene Scarbrough Lleanor P1nkham, leave all my boy frlends to Aldene Steffen Gene Dressler, leave my fearless attitude ln foo ball to Jack Stlmpert Bob Hllger, leave Adellne Alt n the care of :ar ld rawiord kut merel re Class of 1940 Secr ary 16 n the care of Y . I A . . 4 vv V ,.. . . .. . x - - . p , . . Q 1 ' -5 ' . . . , , . I .V . . . f 4 2 o . 6 L . , , , . N . . . , . f 1 - ' " . -1 . g 1 . . . , . . V u f ' , . f , . . L 1 . V - Q . 'i Q C ' C f i f 1 1 T.. Pass Earl Gray ff! X sac. w M claggett Q.- 3 0 .ff .fxggg L -g,.4'g.-X. v-,fig GRAY X SON, INC , STEAMSHIP LINES 481 Fifth Avenue New York, N Y. Board nSh1pmates Forever Jume 5, 1955 H1s honor, The Mayor 2108 First Natlonal Bank Buildlng 411 West Rlpple Street El Paso, Illlnois Dear Ne11, Much to my regret, you were not among my guests at the Reunlon of the Class of '40 of E.T. H S I shall endeavor to tell you sonethlng of our classmates, all of whom were on board As we salled along we were much amused to see Dorathy Peters Parr son trylng to keep her elght sons out of the way of Junlor Wllllamson, Notre Dane's Coach, who was demonstratlng some of the maneuvers that helped his football team w1n the Blg Ten trophy th s year These same elght youngsters were also much 1nterested 1D the Blue R1bbon Bob Hllger was displaylng It was won by h1s steer, 'Fat Stuffn whlch was shown at the Internat1onal L1V9StO0k Show last wlnter Rad1o and the movles seem to have taken the1r share of our classmates Remember Fred Edwards, the usher at the little El Paso Theater? It d1dn't take him long to get started on h1s m11lion, for he is now owner of the largest theater in Chicago Next week his theater 18 showlng 'GONE WITH TH AIRH starrlng those screen sweethearts,F1eanor Desmond and Vlctor Roush. I heard B111 Dunmlre, the Hollywood Scandal Reporter, say over the radlo last week, that they have already started buildlng a new home in Beverly Hllls Oh, I forgot o mentlon that V1rg1l wood d1rect1n1 one of the biggest productlons n years. The sponsors of the radlo program, 'Br1ng uEm Home Dead written by Allen Campbell are golng to start BdV9YtlSlUg Harold CUHHLHV I ham's nLaugh and Grow Fat' reduclng tablets. It 13 surprlslng how many of our classmates have gone 1nt0 buslness There's Kenneth Barron wlth hls new IOUILOOSE bunlon cure, Betty Barney, and her Betty Watch Factory at Panola, and Loren Alt, Bob Bower, and Jesse oarr1tners, who have the A. B. k C Publxshlng Company They have Just publlshed Emma Bo1an's new book, 'How to Win and Keep Two Boy Frlends N She 1B the f6m1D1DB Dale Carnegle. Dean Bell has sold the Bell Pack1ng House 1n Peoria and he and his wife are golng to spend the next few months 1n Alaska. After they return he wlll retire just play golf and ping pong Then there's Don Burroughs, who has the 'wh18tllHg Cab Serv1ce Every time a passenger starts to critic1ze the dr1v1ng or taxi service, the patent whistler toots Once when Marlan Shepherd, recent Academy Award winner for her performance in 'Romeo and Jul1st,' was enroute to the station in Don's cab,the whlstle stuck and all the v11lagers turned out for a fxre. Foreign shores have called many of the group to fame and fortune. Perhaps I should say misfortune for Gene Dressler who is still using crutches He had a bad fall and broke his leg during a ski jumping contest in Switzerland recently Lyle Armstrong has acquired a BTit1Bh accent, and, believe it or not, he wears a monocle I d1dn't thlnk l1v1ng ln England would ever do that to him It must be n1ce to be a man of lelsure' and act as a companion to the Prlnoe of Wales. Rosemary Bennett 18 back home from India on a two month's leave from her mis sionary dutie there This is the first tlmb she has been back slnoe 1943 Betty Anne Steider is the new Secretary to the American Ambassador to Italy She says she llkes Italy fine, but the thing that bothers her is that she can't step out the door without her boots because she is always getting water in the bottom of her gondola. Evelyn Pumke and Eleanor Plnkham are in Paris now. Evelyn is deslgnlng clothes and Eleanor does the modeling They are known as E P k E P , Designer a Modeler. They are going to start a branch store 1n New York City next fall 17 O 1 Q U O11 ' IU o . . s - - . Q . . . I L . . . . 7 L . la X 1 . nt - V u e 1 Donze directed 'GONE WITH TH AIR.n He was going to stay on the farm, but here he is in Holly- . O 9' V 1 . . . , . - . " D A . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . and - . . . n I O Q . . o . ' . . e n Q o . . ' . C C I C I ' I Ionaaliingdon 13 one of these lelsurely people. Her husband Just purchased the Hope' dlalblld for her as a weddlng annzwersary glft She d1v1des her tlme between Par1s and New York. Ruth Bean, Dorothy Gaz-r1thers, and Helen Clapp are all teaohmng Ruth 18 teachlng t Eureka College and Dorothy and Helen are teach ng country schools ln Woodford County V1rg1n1a Van Soycc is Supermtendent of Nurses at the Cook County Hospital. Darlene Buss has dec1ded to stay slngle and 15 known as Delaware 's Darllng She spends a great deal of her tlme ln Welfare Work among children. Ray Wl1118JBS has dedlcated his new song, "Darlene, My Darl n," to her Bernadlne Robert's hair 18 as whlte as snow. She lnherlted an old house from an aunt and says the thmg 18 haunted, but she has to l1ve there two years before she can get all the money her aunt left In nw copy of last week's El Paso Journal, I notlced that the new edltor 15 Jim Whitmer. l'm sure he'll make good at lt, because he always d1d do thlngs that no one else ever thought could oe accomplished. I also notlced :Ln the news brlefs that the Ph ladelphia Phllharmonlc Orchestra is appearlng 1n El Paso with Mary Owens as guest soloist. lhss Morgenthaler has retired from teachlng and has started a Day Nursery ln Hollywood Ona Baker 15 8SS1Bt1D.g her 1n oarlng for the stars' chlldren there. Mr. Classen has Just been d1smi.ssed from the hospltal. H15 two boys were experimenting with some of h1s chemicals in the basement and mlxed up somethlng that exploded llr. Classen suffered mostly from shock wh1le h1s two boys escaped injury Even though Beverly Dlers had a nervous breakdown after "Albert" left her wait1ng at the Noh.ren's New York Dally Tmes. I am 1ncl1d1.ng a copy of her artlcle on the reunlon. 'On May 31, 1940, each member of the Class of '40 of E T H S set aa1l on the 'Sea of Llf8Y nakmg 'Success' their d6St1DB.t1OD Today, May 51, 1955, thls class held th61!' th1rd reun on on board nSh1PIllB.t6S Forever, wh1ch is owned by the Gray do Son, Inc Steamshlp Lanes, New York C1ty Mr Gray 18 a member of the class and acted as host. Of the forty five members of the class, forty four were present 1i1s Honor, Ne1l Eft, now Mayor of E1 Paso, Ill1no1s, was unable to attend because of h1s numerous offlcial duties. "The elaborate banquet was served under the capable directxon of lar garet Guard, who is a member of the Home Econcmlcs Staff of Iowa State Unlverslty Between courses several reels of Nell s.ft's 'Squeeksie' four dmenslcn cartoons were shown much to the engoyment of everyone present. Senator Rex Adams from Ill1no1s del1vered the address of the evenlng on "Love and Its Advantages Dancing 1n the grand ballroom to the mus1o of Wayne Krug and his 'Beat 'Em Out' boys, featurmg Lucllle Punke, concluded the reunlon fS8t1V1tlSBe "The famous Class of '40 w1ll meet in 1960 at the Hlgh School from whloh :Lt graduated Robert Guth, Pr1nc1pal of the High School,w1ll be the host I'm hoping you w1ll be present at the next reunlon that we are havmg in 1960, at the high school where we received our supposed educatlon and had a swell' tme. I'll be looking for ward to seeing you then. If you are ever 1n New York, don't fail to call me or drop in at the office. Slncerely yours, GRAY 6: SON, INC , STEAMSHIP LINES gif' Earl Gray, President Z 18 . . . my - . . . . . a . . . . . I . . . U O church about eleven years ago,' she has fully recovered now and is a star reporter for Gus . . . i 0. Q . H . . . . I . - . . . . ., D .,, . . I' . . ,, . - MJG U ICR CLASS Pull Qlll First Row Scarborough, Folders, W11SOD, Porth, Thompson, Haas, Lock, K1ngdon Second Row Haas, Faulk Third Row Aneoht, McConkey, Schleber, Hlbbs, A. Rlppel, Steffen, Shaffer, GHIHSS, Edwards, Campbell, Oltman, Neal, Lewls, Bean, Cleary Fourth Row Shepherd AHVISBF, Holden, Sutton, Lucas, L. Rlppel, B. Snyder, S Snyder, Enrlght, Grabb Advlser, Smlth Advlser. THE YOU GE T CJun1or Playb Standlng Kltchell, Holden, Rlppel, Forth, Noe Instructor, Snyder. Seated 'leary, Neal, Haas, Hibbs. 19 . 41 l , ' 1 I . ,! nu E -F ' L1 4' Gibbs, McDonell, Wadsworth, Pu ke, Kitchell, E. J. Kingdon, Stimpert, Alt, Benedict, Render, . --, . . . . . . -- - . H H 0 OPHOMORE CLASS F1rst allen, Llmlng, Newk1rk, Buckrop, Plnkham, Stauter, Parkhouse, Zehr, Barron, Oltman. Second Fo51e, R Oltman, Punks, Br1nes, Schofleld, O'Connor, Tlpler, Clark, Phylis, Jones, Whltmer, Martln Thlrd Mr Noe KdV1S6P, Knecht, Locke, Shaffer, Miller, Bohlander, Crawford, Stotler, Alt, Neal, Barnard, North, Epps, Hooker, M185 Toohlll Adv1sPr. Fourth Mr Sampen Adv1ser, Barney, Glbbs, Stechman, Wrlght, Kl1P8tFl6k, Lyons, Koopman, Qulram, R1ppe1, Keehma, E J. P1nLham, W1111amson. FRE HMA CLASS Flrst Emo, Kupfersohmzd, Sparks, Crowe, Hayse, Coyle, Fruin, Martln, Plerce. Second Danzer, Eft, Hodgson, Knoll, Volz, Du oan, Nohren, Smlth, Eltlng, Bohlander, Armstrong, Allen, B111, Thlrd omlth, Sands, Matte, Reeves, Parkhouse, Nawman, Stlmpert, Potter, Miller, W111iams, Potter, Rutledge, Kupfersohmid, Clapp, Mlss Espev1k Adviser Fourth Mr Snyder Advlser, Panther, Bagby, Morgan, Faulk, Sutton, Gauger, G1bbs, Eastman, Gordon, Taylor, M . Blackwell Advlser 20 1 . , . . . . "4 ' l . o " o 'A . ' ' ' - ' ' -- -- 4 o . . 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Alt, Crawford, Volz, Nohren, G Alt, Porth, Dressle Cunning ham Thlrd Smlth, Barney, Buss, Mlller, Shepherd, G1bbs, Crawford, 0'Connor, Jones, Hodgson, Hlbbs, Neal, K1tchell, Bower, Bell, Stlmpert, Gordon, Gauger,Parkhouse, Neal, T1pler, Buokrop, Owens, H1lger, Stotler, Holden, Hooker, Campbell, Campbell First astman, Whltmer, Pierce, Clarke, Burroughs, Haas, Keemha, Eltlng, Fruln- MIXED CHORU 'll'1i' Third Hibbe, Keehma, Buokrop, Qulram, Folkers, Schofleld, Stimpert, Holden, Hilger, Kr , Diets, Epps, Haas. Second lhltmer, Clarke, Tlpler, Burroughs, Cunningham, Perth, lhitmer, Bower, Gray, Barnard, Dressler. First Klngdon, Smith, Owens, Campbell, Buss, Alt, Bohlander, Steider, Statler, Neal, Hooker, Cleary, llss Toohmll Director. 23 U 77 -- . . . . . . . ' ' ' S. e e T. ' Quiram. Second--Kingdom, Kilpatrick, Gray, Cleary, Barnard, Bohlander, Krug, Toohill--Director, . --E ' - ,, I .. -- . - . . A ug GAA Back Row Danzer, Reeves, Levna, G. Alt, ll. Neal, Bohlander, Pmkham, Dlers. lllddle Raw MoConkey, W1l1ie.mson, Wadsworth, Stotler, Hooker, Eft, Eltlng Front Row A Alt, M. Neal, Barnard, Altum, Haas, Smlth, Coyle, lhss Shepherd Instructor. PEP CLUB "'-4' Back Raw--ihss Shepherd-Sponsor, Neal Rlppel, Dunmire, Armstrong, Alt. Mlddle Row--H. Neal, Hibbs, Campbell, Stelder, Diers, Oltman, Barney. Flrst ROI'-'Plh1kS, R. Punks, Peterl,S'tot1er, Lewis, Cleary, Kmgdon. 24 0 O 0 t 0 0 4 I I I 0 V ' l --O if nf K ' u .4 . 4 . , 4 M If si ,sl P Back Raw Stenn1nger, Hodgson, Smlth, Burstor, Roberts, Buss, Eastman, Ssmpen D1T90tOP, Soho fleld, lh1tmer, Gray, W Barron, Hooker. Mlddle Row-G Alt, O'Connor, Owens, H. Clark, Eft, McDonnell, Guard, Carrlthers, Baker, rruln, Klngdon, Dlers, H11g6F, Dressler, A. Alt, Neal GIRL CHORU Back Row Wadsworth Barnard, Peters, Crawford, Haas, Nohren, Barney, O'Connor llddle Row Hodgson, Wh1tmsr, 1ioos, Neal, Smith, Jones, Hooker, Cleary Front Ra' Toohlll Director, Camp bell, Shepherd, Alt, Steider, Gibbs, Stotler, Bohlander, Epps, Volz, K1ngdon Aocompanist. 25 . g Il V 1' " 'X 1 , t . V' S ' Q D l U J Krug, Kitchell, Koopman, Holden, Bowers, K. Barron, Panther, B. Clark. Front Row-Oltman, Haas, 7 ,,., tl .,.,.....N. .. ,., .. , ,. .ef . - - 1 1 Q - 1 ' , 5 ' ' srl as u . . ' .- . Y .. . - . - - HOME ECONO ICS CLUB Back Row Neal, Bohlander, Plnkham, Altum, Steffen, RIPPB1, O'Connor, Wadsworth, R Punke, Olt man, Martln, Barnard, Eltlng, Allen, Lft Mlddle Row Epps, Shaffer Lock Shaffer Cam bell 1 1 n P Alt, Glbbs, J Mlller, St1mpert, W. Llller, W1l11ams, Rutledge, Sands, Hodfson, Kupferschmld S th m1 Front row Reeves, J Van Scyoo, V Van Scyoc, Peters, Render,K1ngdon, Sm1th Instructor, Alt, North, Guard, L Punks, Danzer, Coyle, Clapp FRE CH CLUB rs nr-+ Back Row -Gibbs, Cranford, Epps, Brlnas, Burroughs, L Sutton, Nohren, Volz, Parkhouse, Smith Middle Rowe Klngdon, Hooker, Haas, Gray, Owens, Buss, Shepherd, Carr1thers,K1lpatr1ok, Neikirk Holden. Front Row- Toohlll Instructor, Campbell, Koopman, Bowers, Cleary, Hilger,Eft, Stimpert, Krug 26 'X E 4 1 'Q 5 x x H 7 . . . . , , 4 - - , . a --. ' ' . - ' ' " , ' -- 1 n V D o " o o ' o n I V -, . 1 . nv , . A 3 " V . Y 4 a - - , K , 1 , " . U 4 , 4 k - . f C C W' K 5 A , C C' 1 .. , I V Q AQ., V , , Q 9 . ' , 4 ' ' z Q 1 x k . N ,..f ,W .1 - ' . , - ' , - ' - 0 OIR MASQUE CLUB 9111 i Fourth Nhltmer, Qulram, Buss, Roberts, Faulk, Holden, Sohofleld, D'U.'DmlI'S, Bower, G. Alt, McConkey, Rlppel, Glbbs. Second "leary, Haas, Peters, Shepherd, A Alt, Klngdon, Campbell, Render, H1bbs, Stelder, D1ers, Wadsworth, Neal, Statler, Carrlthers Front Txpler, Gordon, Bell, K. Nohren, Sutton, Stinrpert, Adams, Lucas, Armstrong, Mr. Noe Instructor. E CLUB F1rst Row- Campbell, Armstrong, Alt, Ball, Guth, Keehma, Kitchell Second Row Sutton, Williamson, Donze, Hllger, Adams, Brines, Wllliams, Coach Blackwell Third Row Burroughs, Nohren, Cunnlngham, Stimpert, Dunmire, Lucas, Dresslers 27 I . ' I . .w r 1 - ,I f I --, . . . . S. Shaffer, Lock. Third--Edwards, Owens, A. Nohren, Lewis, Smith, Punks, M. Shaffer, Volz, Neal H 77 . A Tx- I . - O REPORTER STAFF Adviser, O'Connor. Seated Fleary, Klngdon, K1tche11, A. Alt, Hlbbs, Ste1der. Back Row M185 Morgenthaler Adviser, Schofleld, Stlmpert, Dunmlre, Faulk, Kitchell Front Row Nohren, K1ngdon, Armstrong, Adams, O'Connor. 28 U 77 Standing--Smith, Miss Morgenthaler-Adviser, Hilger, Rippel, G. Alt, Schofield, Haas, M . Noe -- , - . . . . - .F. A. ? E . . ,A ,v Back Raw Stauter, Plnkham, W. Barron, Oltman, Tlpler, Gauger, Quzram, Lyons, Enrlght, Arm strong, Klngdon, Haas. Second Row Soarbrough, Sparks, Glbbs, Wllson, K. Barron, Rlppel, Bell, Carr1thers, Guth, Wrlght, Kupferschmld, Bagby Front Row Snyder Instructor, Crawford, Alt, Folkers, Donze, Dmmnlre, Schofleld, Eltmg, Cunnlngham, Eltlng, Taylor, Punks. LIFE BEGINS AT SIXTEE CF F A Playb Standing -Quiram, Schofield, Owens, Neal, Stelder, Rlppel, Klngdon, Seated Armstrong, Render, Whltmar, A Alt, Cleary, G. Alt, Smlth, F Wlutmer. 29 5 if ' f S . .. 'I U H 1 orovrn 3 1 g Q :Fw J C' .vil--' 44... 3 A K f If f lf ZJHJ X f K inn- -I X j - .A , 1 g' r-Diss! N 'f.f I gg "J ' M- X25 K fy " A - if 3 'AJ' qf X g. -E if xxx ,K ,if-Qin -If '-H , ,J xl Nf 1-2x AQ-1 'R f Q'fq BP ,MQ .Z ,..-1" Q 44, K-ra Lmff.f1 r K X f 451.4 'S-,f df J Vf Lf kr Z 'NN'- CI' fl ,X J - YY ff? K gli- A " Q:-fl-ii" ,L M 4 ,ff - f ,5 ffffv- 2 W' .- K.- x X --'7-- Ki ... L ,J K3 fQs f f ff X 'J A Ag -Q Y f- ' ff K f' f-P f - X4 HN ' 1 k 3 , xx J I ,Y N X1 if L- X P . ..,, ,, FOOTB LL QUAD Coach Blackwell, Keehma, Porth, Cunningham, Dressler, Stmpert, Sutton, Donze, Snyder, Mgr Yhlliams Thlrd Row Morgan, Nevrkirk, Eltlng, Gauger, Faulk, Bagby, Haas. CHEERLE DER Left to Right Luoille Pxmke, lhdelon Neal, Erma Campbell, Beverly D1ers 33 Psa A Ps PN First Row--Alt, Elting, Campbell, Bell, Dunmire, Williamson, Adams, Guth. Second Row-- . . --, . ASKETB LL QU D Back Row Manager ihlliams, Gordon, Buolcrop, K1lpatr1ok, Coyle, Manager Zehr. lhddle ov Sutton, Lucas, Nohren, Brines. FIR T TE Coach Blackwell, Keehma, Kitchell, Brines, Bell, Hllger, Adams, Nohron, Lucas, Sutton,Stimpert 31+ --A ,. . . . R -- Keehma, Danze, Hilger, Burroughs, Kitchell, Coach Blackwell. Front Row--Stimpert, Bell, Adams, H 77 W . I TR CK. " 'll llll J' ,rs Y' k -J x Flrst Row Schofleld, Emo, Coyle, Morgan, Pierce, Sparks, Buclcrop, K1lpatrick, Wllliamson. Seo ond Row Zehr, Hayse, Enrlght, Hllger, Nohren, Armstrong, Campbell, Bell, Kltchell, lhitmer, Newkirk. Thlrd Row Rlppel, Crawford, Lucas, Dressler, Dunmire, Burroughs, Danze, Carrlthers, Holden, Snyder, Coach Blackwell. BASEBALL Flrst Row -Brinos, Koehna., Haas, Morgan, K1lpctr1ck. Second Raw--Zehr, Gauger, Enright, Donze, Holden, Bell, Carrltherl. Th1.rd Rav--Kitchell, Faulk, Lucas, Schofield, St:Lmper'b, Dressler, Hilger, Williamson, Coach Blackwell. 35 . J 5 ' Q. 1 .r ., 5 ISD 1 f ',?nuEi N f f ' ' V X , . N ' 1 "Ui" ' 5 sm ' V ' . B " 'K 4' " 'Q - V54 i' .' 0 .1.r'l J' W ?'f 9 B 5 s A glam Xf In b Aixam- X. ' r K XX A I in . Q Q 1 1 si A 'Fi X V 1 , -V, Y ' vvtka iis-, '. , ' Y -as Date September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 November 3 November 11 Noverber 28 December 1 'December 'December 'December 'December 'December December 27 December 29 January 2 January 5 January 9 'January 12 'January 16 'January 19 January 25 January 26 January 27 'February 2 'February 6 'February 9 Opponent LeRoy ra rbury Gr1d1 Chenoa LHTGKH Xa bln ton Ch 111cothe klUmD1 .J 6 Vaahburn Wa hlngton Metamora Eureka NIHODK +- TFLETIC SCHEDULE FOOTBALL P1ace There There Here There Here Here There CHome 3aS1EFBALL Pere There Here There There Here here Nashlngton Tournament Eureka Deer Creek COHgSTV1l3 Chenoa Grlcley Roanoke W8Sh1HQtOD Eureka Washlngton Washlngton There There Here Here Pere There County Tournament Wa hburn Ietamora Roanoke Washburn hetamora Roanoke Eureka Eureka 'e They nONlDgJ Eureka fCh8UD1OHSh1D, There Here There February 13 ebruary 15 'February 20 Chenoa Here COHb9TV1l1S Here Pralrle N1HODk There CCon Cbamplonshlpl R6g1OH8l Tournament March 28 Saturday Tuesday Saturday Frlday Frlday Frlday Unlverslty Hlgh Chenoa TRACK SCHEDULE Apr11 13 apr1l 16 Aprll 20 Apr11 26 May 3 May 10 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Monday Tuesday Saturday Saturday Fr1day Monday Tuesday aprll 29 apr11 23 Apr11 27 may L May 10 lay 13 hay 21 Faculty Roanoke Eureka Eureka NlHOPk E1 Pa o Roanoke ' Pra1r1e Conference Games 36 Pontlac Relays Dual at Grldley Grldley Rela s Chenoa CDua1 Here County at Roanoke D1str1ct at Peor1a Here There There Here Here Roanoke Here KSub d1StT1Ct, 1 .v, f 12 O E 1 -. O 13 -ey A 0 14 ' 7 38 ' ' H -C .' 6 7 . 7 SL' g . 13 27 5 ' 7 33 A 1' ' T , 28 29 Str acor 17 35 5 U '. - 50 17 8 J S ' 23 20 12 , 21 17 15 . 28 1L 19 1' ' 14 12 ' 33 26 December 28 Roanoke Washington 18 19 ' 1 13 30 ' re 28 23 35 25 " 30 27 26 25 ' Y 1 26 27 L9 25 U s 32 22 J 33 26 ry' 'y 19 9 1 L1 19 5 ' 33 25 19 27 21 20 F N ' . ' ' 33 21 I . A ' ' 23 18 . ' ' ' 17 21 .1 S vs. . - ' grntme Gtouference zhatoodford Gro GTQRIIIIIS 1' 1939 I 40 K' UW 4' IK Wa 3 A7 Q o M ,. C . 1 W 57 X1 1 Q N . -fl Z X '59 K ehma. A lx E I Smmpe t Coach Blackwell ' 1 7' V 5 E Burroughs 'a ff' X 1 Sutton ,. q ' f N., ,ik A i ' ' D nze 1 if Lucas X l., nl F E My Adams 1 H19 B A Kitchell Bel GIRL ' GYM PROGRA 'X l Fourth Bean, Duncan, B1l1, Smith, Allen, Rutledge, Sohleber, Knoll, J lhller, Reeves, lhss Shepherd Instructor, D Potter, Bennett, C Potter, Gaines, S Shaffer, Swan, Carrithers, Arm strong, Danzer. Third Matte, Roberts, O'Connor, Sands, Epps, Whitmer, Kupfersohmld, Wlllmams, Parkhouse, W. luller, Bohlender, Shepherd, Edwards, J. Van Scyoc, Klngdon, B Punks, Steffen, North, M. Oltman, Altum,Sm1th. Second Locke, Bolan, H Clapp, I Klngdon, Ph1ll1s, Wadsworth, llartln, R Punke, G Clapp, Haas, Jones, Campbell, Diers, Neal, Hibbs, M Shaffer, R Oltman. Flrst Hodgson, A. Alt, Nohren, Peters, Cleary, Barnard, Volz, Stotler, Bohlmder, Pinkham, Eft, L. Punke, V. Van Soyoo, D Barney, G. Alt, Neal BOYS GYM PROGRAM 65:1 be QF 99 vtcfwrkfvvbs 49+ Fourth Kupforsohmid, Martin, Sparks, Buclaop, Panther, Bagsby, Gauger, Krug, Faulk, Bower, Barron, Thompson, Crowe, Wright, Locke. Thlrd Crabb Instructor, Allen, Hayse, Kitchell, S Snyder, Morgan, Folkers, Crawford, Rippel, Sutton, Stimpert, Hilger, B Snyder, Scott, Pierce, S Oltman, Stauter, Blackwell Instructor. Second Soarbrough, Coyle, Barron, Alt, C. Rippel, Zehr, Tlpler, Brines, lllliams, Gordon, Lyons, Keehma, Stechman,Bened1ct, Plnkhem, Cunningham. First Parkhouse, Gibbs, Dunmlre, Bell, Campbell, Haas,Burroughs, Donze, Armstrong, W Sutton, Kilpatrick, Enright, Emo 38 3 ,NK f H1 ' I z v . L ik, ,I ,tl . ,. a A Il I . V , ' ' w' G. U" I N K -- . . O . . ' o 0 9 ' . . . . -.D . . O . . . ' I U I O . O f w f ' . 3 gi f f I . if ,nr ,I .' -E ilk F 1, L . - . - 16 5 .. e f . 0 , . Q1 gf 4 "X -Y 5' , I J ' L, - V Q I 4 J I V ' N A .rf K 'V 1 6 y A . K! u , Q ' I . Y . 8 X , .D A rr. 1' ' P I - - L . Lv ' , v fl f, 'H I ' An ,A v x gg 1 0 'fu , l 2 - , A H V :J , .K N 1 G L ,T .. K Q X-'1 ' , - 11- k. s. , 5, -I, ff: Q 11- I , . U . - ..- it . Q I OCIAL CALE DAR September October hovember December January February March April 5 19,20 5,4 23,24,25 aan 2 ,28,29 7,8,9 22 24 28,29 School Started mdwr t issembh Prograr, O'hara Home Lo Inltlatlon Party SSDIOT Darty Sophomore Party G A I H1 e Freshmar Party Woodford County Teachers Instltute Hlstorioal Dlsplay 1D Gym Junior Party Glee Club Program at Baptlst Church H1gh School Conference at Champalgn F.F I Play nL1f8 Begus at Slxteen Gola ofa Party Normal land Contest Home Ec. Tea for Mothers Thanksglving Vacatlon Glee Club W J.B C J. wllllams Hughes of England, Speaker Chorus Program at M6thOd1St Church Home Ee , Ag. Party Chr1stmas Vacetlon Washlngton Tourney Home Ee ,Ag. Party County Tournament chOl'l-IS over WQJUBQCO Operetta Tune In' Soclology Trlp to Geneva k St. Charles G A.A Initiatlon Operetta Party Junlor Play The Youngest Program by Chorus W J.B C Sophomore Party GQA Ao Sect onal Basketball Tournament Solo Contest at C11nton Easter Vacatlon Alcohol Talk Gym Program Band and Chorus Contest at Cl1nton Dramatlc and Humorous Prellmlnary Here State Vocal 8 Band Contest Pep Club Party Prellminary Contest, Chenoa Commercial Contest, Chenoa Extemporaneous Speaking at Mlnonk Home Ee. Mother Daughter Banquet Band and Vocal Contest at Wesleyan F.F P. Parent and Son Banquet County Music Contest at Eureka District Co merolal Contest, East Peoria Home Ee. Rally Day, Streator Sprlng Band Concert Senior Play-'The Late Christopher Bean Junior-Sen1or Banquet Baccalaureate Commencement 39 K 18 I' -+s A -' I H ' 21 't 0 . V I v 25 ' . 26 1 28 0. 0 ie .k 5 1 26 . . . V 51 ' 2 , ' 10 .1. . " 'A ' ' 16 - . 21 S - 22 . 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