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

 - Class of 1941

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BOARD 0F EDUCATIUN That our Board of Educatlon 18 both PTOETBSSIVG and lntelllgent 13 evldenced by its acccunphshments It keeps our i'1ne bu1ld1ng in excellent repsur, has recently added a new roof,completed the sw11mn1ng pool, :Lmproved the dr1ve, and decorates parts of' the bulldina yearly it has kept our school fully aocredlted nth the Unwersity of Ilhnols, recognlzed by the State of I1l1no1s, and a member in good standing of the North Central L5S0O1B.t101l, it has provmded needed eqxupment for intellectual advance and secured the best teachers posslble for our ocmnunity Intelhgence and 1nterest 1n educat1on has made the nl Paso Board of Educatlon one 1n keep- ing nth a prosperous, 1ntelligent, and alert conm1un1ty. The continued reelectlon of its members lndlcates the vnde extent to 1'fh1Ch our present Board of Educatwn meets ccxmnunlty approval. Mr C C Kingdom, the Pre :Ldent of the Board, has served for five years, Dr J A Owens, the Secretary, five, Mr John Perr,eight Mr. Louis Wadsworth, f'1ve3 Mr John North, three, Mr. Jacob Dressler, one, and Mr Virgil Gordon, one. Url lr. Louis Wadsworth, lr. Jacob Dressler, lr. Walter M. Cleggett, Mr. J. A. WEBB, Nr O. C O . . N 3 . . . o o 0 S. ' 0 0 o ' c I ' e ' ' e Walter M Claggett El Paso, Illinois Principal World History, Civlcs James Millikin U., A U. of Illinons M A S M. Blackwell Arcola, Illinols lan. Tr , Boys' P E Sociology, Economics Bradley Tech College Be Se U. of Illinois Northwestern U. E l Arthur C Classen Bl Paso, Illinois Physical Science North Central College Be Ae U. of W1sconsin Ill State Normal U. Ind St. Teacher College U. of Illinois Elizabeth Toohill Bloomngton, Illinous French, English, Vocal Music Ill Wesleyan U M E., M Ill State Normal U Springfield Jr. College Pauline Espe-vik Millington, Illinois Mathematics, Latin of Ill , B Northwestern U Dons M Shepherd Bloomington, Illinois hglish, Girls' P. E. Ill. Wesleyan U., A B. State U. of Iowa K5 sv- - Lyle E Snyder El Paso, l111no1s Agnoulture Eureka College 1' ll Colorado State College an 'K Helen licrgenthaler Pekin, Illinois Comnerce Ill. St Normal U., Be Bde State U. of Iowa, I! A Loren E Grabb Dorothy Smith Bethany, Illinois erna, Illinois Biology, History, Boys' Home Economics, Gen Physical Education Sc1ence U. of Ill , B Eastern Ill State Teachers' Col. B Ed U. of Ill1no1s Iona State College Clarence R. Noe Eureka, Illinois Literature, Speech Eizrelca College Bradley College, A R. J. Ssmpen Ehndon, Illinois Math., Inst. EllB1C Lincoln College Ill. State Normal U B. Ed Us of Ion U. of Illinois ef ' ' B ' 0 Us 0 I e , Be Se ' ' , e e e e s Me , . . 1 , K ' 'B A - Y , F C Q ' K t s I ' Q g L 0 e e , , Us I C SO ' . C O I Se I 1 m A QL- K Y - . B. ., : s' l 5 fBack Row, Jack Malcom, Harold Benedmt, Bob Faulk, Alta Dmmcan, Rnm Jeanne Kingdom. fFront Row, Clayton Schofield, B111 Kitchell, Mr Noe, adviser, H6183 Jo O'Connor, and Tinker 0'Co nor STUDENT CUUNCIL The members of the Student Councll re chosen by the1r resoect1ve classes The Freshman and Sophomore cl sses are represented ln the Councll wlth two members wh11e the Junlor and Senlor classes re represented w1th three The purpose of the Councll 15 to act as Soveznlng body COHC6PH1D7 ny lnter school prob- J 1U some manner Thus, a falr representatlon of the students and faculty has been worked out thls year very ably took care of the annual hanecomlng held on November 11 an of v rlous d1f'erent com. ttees, the members felt lt thelr duty to dlrect and see that all necess ry plans vere fulfll ed The Councll Serv1ng as cha1r nev year, the Councll was confronted wlth the prob hour for those who care to dance After carefully that the school buf a neu macrlne The machlne 13 At the flrst re ular meetlng of the lem of provldlng us1c durlng the lunch COHSld8T1ng all the eetalls, lt vas voted combln tlon of radlo, record player, T9COFO1D5 The annual State Conventlon was held th1s year at Lamohler Hlgh School, Spr1ngf1eld, I1l1nO1S, Arrll 25, 26 Our delegates attended the bus ress se slon on Fr1day, Aprll 25 The banquet and cance 1U the evenlng vas 11K6hlS8 engoyed l6D , I - L ' f 1 I 0- , f ! 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Harold Benedict Stunt Show 1, Gym Program 1, Pep Club 4 Student Counc1l 1,4 Class Off1cer 1 Erma Jeanne K1ngdon Stunt Show 1,3 Home Ee Club l,2,3 G A A 4 Noir Masque 4 Catalyst Club 4 Lmterary Contest 3 Student Council 3 FQPOA P115 4 Paper Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 William F. Kltchell Student Cammcil 3,4 Pep Club 4 Ho1r Masque 3,4 Drum Magor 2,3,4 Stunt Show 1,2, "E" Club 3,4 Lhxed Chorus 1, Operetta l,3,4 Junior Play 3 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 3 Catalyst Club 4 Basketball 1,2, Track l,2,3,4 Gym Sho' 1,2,3 Erma Campbell Stunt Show 1, Gym Program l,2,3 Music Contests 1,2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4 Hmne Ee Club 1,2,3,4 Nou' Masque 4 lnxed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3, Class Officer 2 Cheerleader 2,3 Eddy de Vries Tru Pep Club 4 Catalyst Club 4 Madelon Neal Stunt Show 1,2,3 Gym Program 1,3 1-.usic Contests 1,2, Pep Club 2,3,4 Noir Masque 3,4 Home Ee. Club 1,2,3,4 G A A. 1,3,4 FQF Le Play 5,4 Junior Play 3 Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4 Class Officer 4 Cheerleader 2,3,4 Sam Snyder Stmmt Shaw 1,3 Gym Program 1,2, Noir Masque 3,4 Pep Club 4 'E' Club 3,4 Junior Play 3 Mixed Chorus 1,2 Operetta 1,2,4 Class Officer 4 Track 1,2,3,4 Football 3,4 Cheerleader 4 Adellne Alt Stunt Show 1,2,3 Gym Program 1,2,5 GJ. A 1,2,3,4 Hcxae Ec Club 1 2 ,4 NO1l' Masque 3, Fd' A Play 2 3,4 Band Contests 1 2 Operetta 1,2,3, Class Officer 3 Literary Contests Paper Staff 3 Harold Crawford Gym Program l,2,3 Pep Club 3 F IBA. 1,2,3 Noir Masque 4 lhxed Chorus 1, Operetta 2 Betty Cleary Literary Contests 2, Gym Program l,2,3 St-unt Show 1,2,3 Music Contests l,2,3,4 Comercial Contest 5,4 FoFoLe HEY 2,5 Junior Play 3 Band 1,2 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 llixed Chorus l,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Class Officer 1 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 3,4 French Club l,2,3,4 Pep Club 3,4 Catalyst Club 4 Noir Masque 3,4 G.A.A.. 1,2,4 C81 Z 2 2 5 ' ' 5,4 W A . 02,4 . W ei ' : . ,4 ee If C or y X Gym Program 1,2,s operates 1,2,z,4 A " 'A . 4 ' a Qs ,4 rs L. A 0 ' lf" A ., 5 ' Q ' 4 . , ,5 ' 4 'l o , I 3 4 1,2 2,3 i 4 Q ' 0 '4 . ' 2,3 4 4 Q- Kenneth Folkers Gym Program 1,2, F.FA l,2,3,-4 Mixed Chorus 1, 3,4 Boys' Chorus l Operetta l,2,3, Grain Judging Contes Track 2,3, Betty Faulk Stunt Shaw Noir llasque 3,4 Home Ko. Club 1 Girls' Chorus 1 Oporetta 1,2 Annual Staff 4 Gym Program 1 Paper Staff 3 Jim Holden fe lluoio Contests 3, Noir llasque 3 French Club 3,4 Catalyst Club Junior Play 3 Band Contests 2 3,4 lllxed Chorus 3 Operetts. 3,4 Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Track 3,4 Baseball 3,4 Football 2,4 I 'E C1ub4 lhrjorie Gibbs Gyn Program 1,2 lair lhsque 3 Bane Ro. Club l B111 Lucas Football 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 3,4 Baseball 5,4 Student Council 2 loir hsqw 3 'B' Club 3,4 ts Helen Edsmrds Home E60 Noir lhsque 3 G Ad.. 1,2 Operetta 1 Gym Progem Jim Hans Gym PPOQII l,2,3 Pep Club 4 F.F.A Play 2 Operetta 3, Stock Judging 2,34 Track 2, Baseball 3 Football 3 Helen Gaines Gym Program l,2,3 Noir lhsque Stunt Shar l llerlyn Kingdtm Gym Program 3 Band 1 ,2,3 ,4 Catalyst Club F.F.A. l,2,3, Operetts. 1 Fa Fale 5,4 Stock Judging 3 Mary Alyoe Hibbs Tre Stunt Show 2,3 Gym Program 2,3 nun cmcm: z,s,4 GJ-A. 2,3,4 lolr Haque 3 Pep Club 2,3,4 Catalyst Club 4 Jxmior Play 3 lxed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 2,3,4 Operetta 2,3 Paper surf 2,3 Annual Staff 4 491 K 1 Q- if Franklin M Porth Gym Program 2, Football 2, ,4 "E" Club 4 Track 2,4 Baseball 4 Operetta 2,3,4 lhxed Chorus 2,3,4 Boys' Qmnntet 4 Juruor Play 3 Huslc Contest 4 llary Alice Lewis Stunt Show 3 Gym Program l,2,3 G A A ,3 Pep Club 3,4 Non' Masque 3 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Operetta 2, Ben Scott Football Mgr 1,2 Gym Program 1, , Paper .staff 3 Non' Masque Aldene McDonell Stunt Show 3 Gym Proyam 1,2 Catalyst Club 4 Operetta 1,2 Band Contest 1,2,3,4 Bob Snyder Stunt Show 1 Gym Progam 1,2,3 llus1o Contests 4 Hou' lhsquo 3,4 llixed Chorus 4 Operetta 4 C10 Maurino Knecht Stunt Show 1 Gym Program 1 Lynn Rlopel Stunt Show 1,2,5 Gym Program 1, F FA 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 3,4 F F A Play 1,2,3,4 Stock Judglng 2,3 rack 1,3,4 Ruth MoCankey Home Ee: 1,2,3,4 G 'L A 1,2, , Noir Masque 3 Gym Program 1,2 m'm8!1Sm1th FFA 4 ldldred Irene Oltman O Strmt Show 5 Pep Club 4 gi Q6 Ya os., 2-in-.- f .. 4 My . ,Ag , M Lyle Sutton Stunt Show 3 Gym Program 1,2,3 "E" Club 2,3,4 Noir lhsque 3 Track 1,2,5,4 Basketball l,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Football l,2,3,4 llery Helen Render Stunt Show l,2,3 Gym Program 1,2 Home Ee. Club 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. l,2,S,4 Noir llasque 2,3,4 F F A Play S Girls' Chorus 2,3 Pep Club 4 Operetta 1,2,3 Class Officer 2 Paper Staff 3,4 Cormnerolal Contests Literary Contest 4 Rite. Faye Pumice Hcme Ro. 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. l,2,4 Pep Club 3,4 Cheerleader 4 Stunt Show 1,2 Girls' Chorus Operetta 1,2,5 Catalyst Club Noir Masque 3 ,s 1,4 ,4 4 Jack Stimpert Stunt Show l,2,5 Gym Program 1,2,3 Music Contests 3,4 Noir Masque 3,4 "E" Club 3,4 Literary Contest 5 Studnat Cmmcil 2,3 Band Contests 1, Hind Chorus l,2,3,4 Operetta 3,4 Class Officer 2, Annual Staff 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,5, Jim Thompson Arlene Rippel Gym Program 2,5 Gym Program 1,2,3 Bane Bc Club l,2,3,4 Noir ilasque 3 G A A 4 Jmmlor Play 5 Paper Staff 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Cmmercial Contest Anita Schiober Eugene C Wilson Gym Program l,2,3 Stunt Show 5 Stunt Show 2 Gym Program 1,2 F.F A. 1,2,3,4 Stool: Judging 3 F.F A Play 2 Aldene Steffen Shirley Shaffer Gym Prog'am 1,2,3 Home Bo. Club 1,2 Camnercial Contest 4 Q11 Hone Bc. Club l,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus l,2,3 retta l,2,3 Gym Prog:-am 1,2 I I I 2 5 3 4 4 X , I. 4 1: e 4 ,S S gw 5 Noir hsque 3 3 lhry Beth Tully Betty Wadsworth GAA 1,4 Stunt Show 1,2 Hams Ee Club Gym Program l,2,5 Pep Club 4 lusic Contest 2,3 Stunt Show G.A.A. 1,2,5,4 Gym Program 1 Hans Ec. Club l,2,5,4 Girls' Chorus , Noir Masque 3 Operetts. 1,4 Bend Contest 2,5 ldxed Chorus 2,8,4 Girls' Chorus l,2,5,4 Operetta 1,2,5,4 11 SDIIOR HISTORY A green but enthusiastic group of inexperienced freshmen entered E T H S in the fall of 1937 Most of our tune was spent 1n getting acqualnted w1th the High School, our classmates, and our teachers Although the "day of reckoning" came far too soon for all of us, we came out of it with flying colors The off1cers for the year were President , Clarlne Haas, Vice President, Bill Kltchell, Secretary Tre surer, Betty Cleary, Student Council Representative, Harold Benedict The adv1sers for this year were Miss Jacquith and Mr Blackwell W all enjoyed our first year and looked forward to the followlng year w1th much anticipation With much amclety we re entered E T H S as sophisticated sophomores Th1s year we carrled w1th us much more assurance and many more responsibilitles which added to our lmportance in the school About the middle of the year, we had a most successful box soc1al where everyone met and became thoroughly acquamted The following officers were elected President, Jack Stimpert, Vice President, Mary Helen Render, Secretary Treasurer, Erma Campbell , Student Council Representatlve, Jane Nelch, Jane moved to Pontiac after the f1rst senester, ani Bill Lucas was elected to fill the vacancy Miss Toohlll and Mr Beckmeyer were our advlsers for this year Th1s concluded another mast engoyable and equally successful year A Jolly but yet an extremely senous group gathered to struggle through another excit1ng year our Junlor year! It was quite different from any we had yet encountered, there was a great amount of work in glving the most successful, and the 'nost beautlful "Prom ever yet Noe, and wh1ch attracted a capacity crowd To pilot us through this enyoyable, businessllke year vere the followzmg officers Presldent, Jack Stunpert, V1ce President, Harold Benedlct, Secretary Treasurer, Kenneth Mann Kenneth moved to La Salle after bemg Vllth us only a short tune and Adelme Alt was elected to f1ll the vacancy The Student Council Representatlves were Erma Jeanne Kingdom and Bill Kitchell Our advisers were Mr Grabb, Miss Shepherd, and Miss Smlth This brought us to the close of our third year Everyone left with the hope of returnlng as a dignified Senior Yes , we are now the stately Senlors of 19141 a somewhat more 1.ntel11gent and yet bewildered group wh1ch has worked together for four short years I say short, because we are all sad at one time or another to leave good old E T H S where ve encountered such splendld experiences together To successfully guide us through th1s last Joyous year, we chose the following officers Presldent, Harold Benedict, Vice Presldent, Madelon Neal, Secretary Treasurer, Sam Snyder, Student Council Representatives, Erma Jeanne Kingdon nd Bill Kitchell Our advisers were Hr Grabo, Miss Morgenthaler, and Mr Clag ett The D A R delegate from our class was Erma Jeanne Kingdon Our accomplishments th1s year were the publishlng of the l9LO-'Al year book "The Reflector," the editor in chief be1ng Erma Jeanne Klngdon, with Arlene Rippel and Betty Cleary as assistants Another great accompllshment was the play 'Kempy" presented by the Seniors and directed by Mr Noe Last but not least lies our main Lnterest, which is the fact that we are to receive our long sought for diplomas And that is a very conc1se hmstory of that d1st1.nguished Senlcr Class of 'Ll who started out in 1937 as green freshmen and graduated in 191.1 wiser 1n the knowledge of books and r1cher in experience lotto- If the elevator of success is broken, use the sta1rway Colors Ross and silver Flower Rose C12 0 o s , ' . 4 , 1 .V P' K 1 4 I . ' . . e . , . . . F.. - I 9 N witnessed. Preceding this we had given the Junior Play, "The Youngest," directed by Mr. . 3 . . ' I I SENIOR PLAY 'Pr 45 lFront Rowj Ladelon Neal, Adellne Alt, Maxy helen Render, Betty Cle ry CBack Howl Bob Snyder, Jack Stlmpert, 'r toe dlrector, Sam Snyder, B111 Kltchell KILTY The class of 'bl presented thls rolllcklng comedy in three acts on the night May 16 No wonder lt met wlth such trerendous success for lt 15 small town iolk perfectly pictured The story 15 8D0ut a very ener et1c dau hter, Kate, Cuadelon Neall who ln a flt of anger marries Kempy CSam Snyderl a young plumber azchltect She does so because he has read her book, under StBDGS her, and has sworn to marry the authoress Father Bence KJack Stlmpertj and Mother Bence fAdel1ne AltD have declded then' dau hter should marry Duke Merrlll QBob Snyderj a man of wealth The S1tU3tlOHS wnlch ar1se where Jane Chary Helen Renderj an eldest married daughter, her hustard Ben 113111 Kltchelll and Ruth QBetty Cle ryj, the youngest daughter in the famlly, try thelr hand in controlling the affalrs of Kate are unconparable in humor and cleverness After all of LDESS enterta1n1ng incldents, Kate 15 made to reallze her mlstake and respect the adv1ce of her parents I V , , ,, . , V fa, sl -' ' , ' ' ga V V X . -,, , , 4, 1 3 L ,, . - , f - , -' R , , V X W - . 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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT ae, the class of nlneteen hundred forty one of El Paso Townshlp H1gh School, be1ng of sound mlnd and d1SpOSiDg memory, do hereby make, declare, and publlsh this our last wlll and testa ment, hereby revoklng all former w1lls bequests, and dev1ses of whatever nature by us m de we do hereby g1V6 and bequeath to the class of WLZ, the rlght to become as model a senior class as we were Here follow our indlvidual wants and RlSh6S I, harolo Benedlct, leave my ab1l1ty to keep a poker face to I, Erma Campbell, leave my ablllty to cook to Lella stotler by lt ve,Adel1ne Alt and B111 Luc s,leave our aD1l1ty to entertain to elude Coach to Gladys Alt and .id Brlnes Mary Alyce H1bbs, leave Hhlun for Juan1ta Hooker to quiet Betty Jadsmorth, leave my ability to quote Shanespeare to Calvln Rlppel and Shlrley Gibos who may proflt the rest of the student body and and sat1sfy Simon Oltman Reta Punke, leave my ter11f1c rate of speech to Edlth Ph1ll1S and Alvln Jakob Al1ce Lewls, leave my ab1l1ty to or1ghten up the Engllsh IV room after an exam to Ada Rad cliff I, Mildred Oltman, leave a flshing net mlt which to ensare the heart of someone to Elmyra Swann I,Jim Haas, alias James, Jerome Anthony, do hereby leave my unquestlonable knowledge of women and the1r ways to Junlor Keehma I, Lynn Rippel, leave my ab1l1ty to Sklp school and make everyone thlnk I're really been sick to John Stauter and Gene Lyons Jack Stlmpert, leave my path down the corridor to James Parkhouse who has smaller feet , Shlrley Shafler, do leave unto Florence Stortz a complete set of rules on WCorrespondence with Army Boys H B1ll Kltchell, leave my ablllty to stay forever youthful to Dlcx Tlpler Frank Porth, leave for one long vac t1on, even though every day 1sn't MOHQBY I,Maur1ne Knecht, leave my d1SlDtGF8St 1n the male sex to My slster Imogene who 15 less sash I, Aldene Steffen, leave my fond recollectlons of dear school days to Maurlce Qulram and Lyle Reetzke who can well proflt by them I, Betty Faulk, leave my title of Public Fllft No l to Marle Shaffer I, Marjor1e G1bos, leave that terrlbly embarrasslng tendency to blush no matter what Ruth Coyle I, Helen Edwards, leave my ooportun1ty of ppearlng before a crowd every Srturday tlcket draver to Mary Kathryn Jllllamson I Aldene McDonell, leave my ab1l1ty to vet through hlgh school ulthout any classmate to Betty Ann Punke I, emma Jeanne Kingdon, leave my ceslre to oe an operatlng nurse, so I can help tear rebu1ld the human structure, to Helen Jo O'oonnor I say to nlght as r mances down and I, Anlta Sch1eber, leave to J1lm3 Mlller, complete outllne of the American Hleto y course, 1nc1ud1ng a thorough outllne of Mr Grabo's l1fe Ill. 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CLASS WILL I, Hel n a1n s, leave my book on 'The Way to Ent rtain Yourself While Being Lectured,' which has not yet been published, to Leonora Alt m I Ruth McConkey, leave my ability to get to school one minute before the tardy bell rings to Joan Barnard I Mary Bet Tully leave that despised name of 'Pickle' to anyone who pmcks it up and believe me, you have my sympathy am Snyd r leave my big brown eyes Robert enyde leave my posse sion and ard Barron I dor't th1nk I can live Eddie deVri s leave that apple for I cpe, will keep it glowing and wavy hair and that Gable Profile to Merle Liming of the coveted bachelor's degree to Clayton Schofield up to it the teacher in the tender care of Wldon Aoopman, who I Lyle ou+ton,leave the memories of those first few years in school when I didn't like girls to Dick KIIUQXPICK I Don Thompson leave my whiskers to Paulita North and Ruth Oltman, who can use them as hair brushes I Orman Smith, leave the dxstinction of being the only boy in a class of ten girls to Junior hrlgnt I Bennie Scott leave my ability to fake my way through school to Ray Newkirk and Wayne Lehr it'll take two to do it as well as I did Jam s Holden leave but I'll be back every night o I can walk home Wltl Helen Epps and Eva Jane Pink am or Homer Clark will, I m afraid I, Harold Crawford, leave my oratory ability to Elaine Bohlander and Doris Barney, who just don't have the tec nlque yet I Madelon Neal, leave my ability to keep my nam out of the scandal page of the Reporter to Naomi Crawford I Merlyn Kingdom, leave wishinv I could take a few under class girls wlth me I Mary Helen Render, leave the trials and tribulations of being an editor of the 'Reporter to Mary Hel n Jones ve, Gene wilson and Kenneth Folkers, leave our f w remaining thoughts to Maxine Neal who can do with them what she will I Betty Cleary, leave my trade mark on the front desk of the second row in the English IV room in the car of Frances Whitmer I Arlene Rippel, knowing that a l my classmates have left something worthwhile will end this peacefully by not leaving anytblng but I myself leave This document having been fully witnessed and approved, we affix our signature SENIOR LAJS Or 1940 '41 By Arlene Rippel 1151 2 G ' e e ' ' . , . . , A , . . , . . C' a I, V - , , . 0 rv .w 1, ,., ., , W, , . fl - "' . l I, ' e , A . c - U 2 . - - , , . A . , . , . - . 1 1 ' ' . , , V . .., , '- . . I, e 1 , S 1 V, 1 I J . . . ' Q vo n , , . no . 9 U -, . 1 e If , A . s . , U , e . . . . , . . . A 4? e , , e I , . . - n , . . . . V ' I n H C - , , - . CLASS PRUPHECY As the years roll by, I thlnk of what has happened to that worthy semor class ol 1941 The m1rror of tlme serves as a reflector of those happy by gone days But let us new see what has happened, :ln th1s year 1951, to that happy body of 42 semors Harold Benedlct has become a famous manufacturer, owning, the World Used B1CyC19 Company Ladelon Neal has made mlhons on her latest 1nvent on, a pair of goggles to keep soap out of your eyes wn1le shampoolng your halr. The D1str1ct Attorney of New York, Sam Snyder, has gained much pro-runence 1n h1s campalgn aga1nst the p1rates of he air. A great manufacturer of bombers 15 J1m Holden, who owns the Drop 'em Bomber Company lary Helen Render is in charge o the stewardes es, and recent winner of the "pleas1ng Dr. r11ll1am Th1s element has Erma Jeanne noth1ng But It a1r personal 1ty" cup. K1tchel1 of Harvard Unnersity has recently discovered a mnety th1rd element been called Classlnumm ln honor of h1s iirst ehemlstry teacher Kingdom, the queen of the famous crystal gazers sees all, hears all, and knows 1S rumored that th1s 18 gust a blind and her turban conceals qulte a b1t. An electlon was held of the "We Got Left" old maids' club. Adeline Alt and Aldene McDonell were elected Pre ident and V1ce Pres1dent respeot1vely Gene wilson is running a curb service restaurant called 'S1t and Wait' with Jim Haas as a waiter As a featured attraction, Jun walks on h1S hands and carr1es trays on h1s feet The sidewall-.s of E. T H S have been kept unusually clean smce Benn1e Scott has been hired as head 3an1tor. Pano1a's leadlng carpenter, Ed de Vr1es, has recently accomplished h1s b1gg6St undertakinv, the redecoration of Panola Hole Mary Alyce Hibbs is the only graduate of the class of '41 to reach stardom Per latest picture 18 'I Can't Make Up My lI1nd," d1rected by Kenneth Folkers Erma Campbell has abandoned the idea that a mother's place is 1n the home, and is under a radio contract for a 'Lullaby' program 'The Sing1ng Har1ne," Bob Snyder, entertains h1s sh1p mates w1th h1s golden tenor volce. He recently sang for the boys at the Great Lakes Naval Traininb Statzon. Aldene Steffen is private secretary to Mr. Grabb, who is in charge of the Draft Board in Washington, D C Star Reporter of the Chicago Tribune is Arlene Pippel Her latest assignment was to in terview 'Filler Diller' Kain, king of the underworld Frank Perth, famous news commentator for stat1on HIC at Kappa, has recently come oack D-om covenng the tr1al run on the Utah salt flats of Harold Craw1ord's new racer, the 'Lightmng Rodf' Betty Cleary has Just won her third gold cup for her golfing ability She is now on her way to Pasadena, Cahfornia ior the Internatnonal Champ1onsh1p. Mary Beth Tully has made a use of her cul1nary efforts and is ch1ef chef :Ln one of the most excluslve mght clubs 1n Cal 11orn1a. The noted zoologists, Betty Wadsworth and Ruth McConkey, are taldng a much needed rest, after haxinv spent s1x months in Airiea earchlng for an annual that has been extmct for years. Bill Lucas has been groonng a beard for seven years and has attalned h1s foal He pro- v1des the proper effect for the 'Tarzan' books. The to1vn's no t pro perous three way store 18 run by Helen Games and sh1rley Shui fer It has a bar roon in the front, b0W11Ilg alley in the m ddle, and a bar room 1D the lack Don Thompson and Orman Smlth are runmng the Super Duper 'There ln a Pla h" tan company Thws keeps them always 1n cont ct mth the ialrer sex hlldred Oltman and Alice Levns have settled down and marrled tvr-n brothers Both g1rls are now proud mothers of tmns St1ll unmarned and llving next to the theater 15 Helen Ed wards, who hcsn't nnsseu a show :Ln ten years. 116 . . ,, 1 o ,-, . . " e 1 0 u rr ' . 1 e . . . . -I " N. 1 . - . 4, . . . .A o ' a . 1 ' 1. U U 1 A. v . . - . n a S I 9 ,U . . c ' ' 0 ,., , . . e o e Q o ' 9 4 o , 1 . . . . . O ,, N . ,, . o e o . e ' . I e A - ., . o . . . . . l Y . , S . . . 0 , e F , . 0 . . 5 o U U - , ' 1 -, .3 0 , ' ' ' 5 - . S 'e .. . 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' Nenly appolntea coach at Notre Dame 15 Ly1e Sutton, who, due to hls orllllent All AmDPlC3H honors at south Jeni, 15 dese.v11g of th1S oosltlon Rita Punke nes enoarxe or tre .ea Ol atrrrow 41 G d u oo ro ee Q , 1 U o ser tcn1n me aca rolls lo trelu I or nn1ta Qewxeo r oecame llorazlan ol Paso ano has remalneo LUGFQ ever s1nce e rlasej Klw on r lne f ou New orx oo Q r TaWLlSCO lS .u n ne other L er yn Klw on He Foes exe u lve 1eu11n of Lvnn o 1 o r L r o e eNcn1o1t1 n to anofder to true rx vrlte sho Lnanf ohe s aslhf es e Po r aulk a cl we e .11-As acx 5 i,oert vis 3d,lLLH Lo the Flvlnf uw, co 1 to ooo r ea f1 H15 feet Serve one ouroose 11 e se1 aur11e Knecht no ta ew over 'ne roro Co .pem d 3 oo oerfec'e fs Fl woe Ire car runs o c4vdru onl, add our ne narromlf eue neu dur e lt b c e n o a r P ou1ld1 Th1s brlngs to a close the class prophecv of' '41 ume members have drafted away nto various walks of lifeg some of them have become a great suocess as was ant1c11-ated, vrlnle others hmre wandered far from their original paths. Nevertheless, as was expected, the pro- minent class of '41 has come through on top and w11l loqg be remembered. C173 Q . . . . ,V A , . P . .5 - V F , . T . M :A I . . . . ' " 1' l Q 1. H F A L 'n .y rid h's ' h'SL:hi YQ k.-p- he? ou4eL I 5 'z " r L 1. ' 'U agi ., ' ' 'ol' Q 2, . " " in " o Q . , . Th Y -' '.gd Tar'o l'., r 7 U W Y ' ' Us. F '.-' ' r 2 lf Q 1 ', han K 1 ".'d . - L Q . l'S' le 4 J V iip:e1': chago on Ch-:ter Lhi QF f.or -i- miss Lorfanthaler is the heae of Q nanionwlly prominent school or Lone inv olin. people li' :.q w ' - : 4. ' 1' ' ' 'CSLLL 1 My j,'Ly 'E ni X'rQorl- V'h:A. J ' 't 1A sz T' il Q J' ' Cadets 5:1 ilnio in '.1e ssfarj use pon' ns fo so ilyrng--.' - ' ,'-F f qrf: x,'l. X '. ' 'ni 5 . r o ' ' I elf an has 'ue' i o 1 3 r'Pt:'5:- . TQ, "C fa' ' " . QQ' 1 " 1 P213 " i1'14' 3' -wg, n ' 3 106 1 t lei ip " 'l :HQ ' ' . . ml ' i DOF 'Main 'S ,M fn 1534, 3212? In wx-5 wx : of' Lhubb G5 faMuLy Povu' " Cvlfe, ? Nara 7 er Faqs QPF? ,qm- L. Me5ol'1E X H Hafva'5oA1e? 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Uiack Row, neetzke, G1bbs, Radcliff, Miller, Klnecht, Shel' er, Swann, Frawford, Hooker, Poyle CThird Rowj Koopman, Jones, Whitmer, Alt, Stotler, Neal, R Oltman, Punks, Stortz, Phi111s, Bohlander, Pmnkham, Lyons, I Classen-advisor CSecond Rowj Newknrk, North, Bpps, Barney, Keeh a, Clark, Brines, Schofield, 0'Connor, Altum, Barnard, Kilpatrxck QFront Row, J Oltman Krug, Zehr, Barron, Quiram, Tioler, Parkhouse, Jacobs, Wri ht, Rippel, and Stauter. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY In September, 1938, the class of '42, f1fty e1ght 1nexper1enced and slightly green Freshmen, stormed the gates of 'Ye Olde El Paso High.' After a thorom h v1ew of the s1tuation, the 101 lowing class ofpxcers were chosen to p11ot them through the y ar Pres1dent, W1d Brlnes, Vice President, Elaine Bohlanderg Secretary treasurer, Homer tlark, Student Counc1l Representatlve, Clayton Schofield. M138 Henderson and Mr. Snyder were thelr advlsers and counseled them from t1me to time durmng the year. The 'get-acqua1nted' party was 1n the form of a welner roast. The 'day of reckoning' passed without mishap and it was soon vacatmon t1m6q Durmng the year Lloyd Kingdon moved to Watseka. The nsophlsticated sophs' returned the next fall and snaxfed w1th d1sda1n at the lowly Fresh men. Officers for the year were: Pres1dent, Clayton Schofleld, Vice Presldent, W1d Brlnesg Secretary treasurer, H mer Clarkg Student COUnC11 Representatlve, Helen Jo O'Connor. M1ss Toohill and Mr. Sampen were chosen as BdV1S6FSs In the course of the year a box SOC1A1 was held and engoyed by all. Three members of the class left nn the persons of Ke1th hlting who moved to Washburn, and Fern Lock and Lois Powers who transferred to hormal Communlty. As thla year concludes the Juniors are lookmng forward to the Prom and to next year. Three new members were added to the class: Ada Radcllff, Alvxn Jakob, and Florence Stortz. The officers were: President, W1d Brines, Vice President, Junior Keehma, Secretary treasurer, Homer Clarkg Student Council Representat1ves, Clayton Schoxield and helen Jo O'Connor. The adrisers were Mr. Classen, Mr. Noe, and Miss Smith. The Junlor play 'Sk1dding,' was success- fully enacted and the picture 'Land of L1berty' was sponsored at the El Paso Theater. The class has worked hard to finance the b1g5est event in a h1gh school career- the Jun1or-Senior Pram! fl9l ,- W ' ' Lis? N: we 2 " ' J 4' ' 7 - 1, fe' V Y .f A e we-f 'V 4'e f -' - , Q f 1 , A 1. I ' , - 4 ', K fl W t My - , , 5 g f, G X Q 4 Q ' f 1' f, , Q I i 4 ,VL 1 2 f 5 , -f r 1 5 ' I : ' . T 5 V T 9 T 4 I r I V, . I' , 5 , . , ,E Z? ' , ' ' Q' - ' , I . . I Z t ' Y 1 Lira. X. 5 ., Q sf,gt'x X. T ' ,Xl a , . Q , , . A. -. ,... . ..,, ' f' ., .1 Q Q . - O . O I " . . - . -r-. . ' - L U . - . - . . is . , . . - A . . e : . . . . - . , . . IUNIOR PLAY -M., M.-Q 3? wt.. KBack Rowl Lyle Reetzke, Clayton Schofield, Helen Epps, Eldon Koogman Uront Row! Eva Jane Pinkham, Wid Brines, Gladys Alt, Elaine Bohlander, Frances Whltmer, Dick Kilpatrick SKIDDING Directed by Clarence Noe On Friday, December thirteenth, the Junior Class of nineteen forty presented "Sk1dding," a three act comedy play The Hardy family of this play was the subject for all Hardy Family motion pictures llarion Hardy lGladye Altl, daughter of Judge Hardy fC1ayton Schofield! and Mrs Hardy Ullaine Bohlanderl, is a college girl who falls in love with Wayne Trenton Ullid Brinesl just as a career is opening up for her. Then there are the two pretty young daughters, Myra KF:-ences Whitmerl and Este1leKHelen Epps! who chose to marry before they finished their education and now want to come home to Mother at the first trouble. Andy Hardy lLyle Reetzkel is an adorable, adolescent child with his first "case." Grandpa Hardy KD1ck Kilpatrickltouches the heart with his absent mindedness and reminiscences. Oscar Stubbins lEldon Koopnanl is the Judge'e campaign manager. Aunt Milly KEva Jane Pinkhanl, a sister of lrs. Hardy, stays at the Hardy house. Stage managers were Dick Tipler and Calvin Rippel. lr. Classen was prompter. C205 ,sf wi SOPHOMORES QBaok Rovrl Bill, D Potter, Van Scyoc, C. Potter Clapp, Wilhams, Sutton. Cfhird Raul Bagsby, Hodgson, Rutledge, Bohlander, Bft ltlller Presse, Vols, Gordorn, Fruin, Perth, Lining, ltlss Toohill-adviser fSecond Row, Eastman L, Smith, Stimpert, Fault, P, Smith, Taylor, Du can, Coyle, Sands, Reeves, lartin. CFront.Rowj Gibbs E. Co le Croue L Ku f , y , , p erschm1dt, Sparks, Panther, Gauger, Connely, Pierce, Nooner, Emo , Bette, Nohren, V Kupferech idt, Parkhouse, SOPHOUORE CLASS HISTORY A bewildered first assembly'1n the year 1939 There were fifty one in all twenty three bo s d t y an wenty eight girls As is true of most freshmen, they stuck together when the time o initiation cane d t an hey felt they were being abused As far as having any 019115138 adventures VUSY Just ploughsd through and thoroughly enjoyed themselves , confused group stumbled blindly into the spacious auditorium to witness the This year they became a self centered, belligerent group of superior sophomores Ho ver, the cl we ass was not as large for ten students had dropped from school Three new member from Secor and one came from Ohio, making a grand total of forty seven The sophomores have earned a name for themselves in the music department, on the athletic squads, and one of then as a cheerleader CABG The officers for the first two years were Freshman Year President, Alberta Nohren, Vice President, Eloise Vblz Secretary Treasurer, Alta Duncan, Student Council Representative, Bob Faulk, Class Advisers, Miss Espevik, lr Snyder, and lr Blackwell Sophomore Year President, Bob Faulk Vice President, John Taylor, Secretary Treasurer, Patricia Smith Student Council Representative, Alta Duncan, Class Advisers, lies Toohlll, lies Shepherd, and lr. Blackwell. C217 - f' f fl f f v ' T 1 - an dl if 14442: . 5 L I - Q? if - ' ' Q E 6 ' " . A "P' ' . ' ,. , 2 , I X- f K " Xxx , ' "" ' ' 'A A' v ', -. e .. e, -' Q,,- N wx ,H a,,.,4,, - - O O . 1 I 3 U . . I , - -- - - . . . 9. l , S ' u . Q - ' . I Q O -- S ' ' 5 FRESHMEN CBack Rowj Pat erson, Williamson, Hibos, Klluatxuck, Malocm, McW111iems, Cox, Pinlcham, Agnew, Volz. CTh1z-d Rcwj Mr. Snyder adnsor, Haas, Yambert, Lampe, Shaffer, Stapleton, Allen, Hayes, Mool, Wadsworth, Baker, Dre sler. fSecond Rcwj Woefle, llohne, Parknouse, Hasty, Zehr, Burster, Owonnor, Monahan, Robert , Coyle, Hartman CFront Rowj-Steffen, ooper, Rice, D Fever-s, Woosley, D. Pavers, Oltman, Engle FR"SrfUlN CLAQS HISTORY "D1d :ou ever see such small f'reshman?" was the grectzlno our class recelvvd 1n September 1940 On Initiatwn Day we proved that we were small but mighty by passing 'bhls f1l'8t test. irls appeared as farm lads and boys as tlmorous maldens Soon after our lnitiation Mr Snyder, Miss Eapevlk, and Mr Samnen became our advisers The offi cers elected for tne year werex Pres1dent, John Mal cm, Vice Pres1dent, Raymond Shoemaker, Secretary, B111 K1lpatr1ck Student Councll Representative, Tlnker 0'oonnor S1nce our vice presldent left school ln a short time, Duane Rice was elected to fill the vacancy Our soc1al l1fe conslsted of a welner roast at the Leon Yambert fam No great calamituea beiell anyone except Jeanne Monahan who recelved a cut from rolling down a hall Our class members have been act1ve 1n many school 8Ct1V1t19S 1no1ud1ng choruses, football, basketball, track, band, baseball, and vanous clubs. Near the end of the f1rst semester Betty Swann left for Beardstown and Eleanor Jane Arends moved to Sunnyland. Another student was added when Dons Stapleton moved to E1 Paso from Warsaw 122, 't . Q . , V ' a a 1 A 1 v i ' f f 4 i , R ' ' l, X Q ' 1 . Q 7 U , N . 3 f X4 x - 4, - . . . . . -V A - . . . u S l er 1 n - S o v e Q .u'.- " ' 1 x ' cr ' 1 ' I w 4 ,. . . u . ' a o , a , . c . . . . . . . ., . g - . ' e I ' e if X Lie 'Www .1 A TIVITIES "GYPSY TRDUBI-lDOUR" Dressler, Qu1ram,T1u1er, Panther,Haas, Koonman,Keeh a, Juaoer,Sutton,Tay1or, Eastman,Gordon,Al tu ,Tu11y, H O'Connor, Nohren, u Alt,Epps, P1nkham,Punke, Wadsworth, Het+e,Hasty, Ho11ne,L6wis, Yambert, L Smith, Woefle, Roberts, J Mi11er,Ph1111s, W Miller, North, Whitmer, A Alt,01tman, M. Neal, Gibbs,Reeves, Sands, P Stimnert, Hodoson, Rutledve, Kupferschm1dt, T O'Connor, Monahan,L Wadsworth, Burster, Lampe,M Neal,Vo1z,Jones, Barnard, Statler, Hockeg,J Stimpert, Campbe11,Ho1d en, P Smith,Cleary,Porth,Bohlander,Snyder,Sohofie1d,Kitche11,M ss T00hl11-d1f60t0Po GIRLS QUARTETTE Lella Statler, Frances Whltmer, Patricxa Smith, Juanita Hocker 121+ . .L L ,. U . ,., . . n Q I , n . - - 4 ' ' -o - 0 . n A - 0' - Q ' c 0 u o 0 7 - 1 ' - f I 2 , W , Q 5 ' . ? J 35 57 ,fd GIRLS CHDRUS .....-.-.M I- -C . H Tl, ' f . ' 0 , 'Y Ml ,V-www 0 E 5 ' I f, ,,u.Q..1s.....-- , I z g , ' ,: W ' X ,J l f ' D ., Nhy.. , ,. Y rr .x Q' A In . V W 1.0 . N -1 ' N :E 1-as N , . . , . Q. V ,, - Hg . 9 U , Q .. so 2 -H H' H Q .,, O I ' 1 -' K 11. 0 . . , - .E , - .V . 'E . . n ,, E t -, - 1 O 1 -1 ' ' z ' ' -- ,, - 'ff I ' f' J . '- . b .- 1. - . I. l 'Ma , i Q' '. Uf ' . ' C .4 - o um - 4, ' . ' F . ,A ' 2 , t 1 1 ..,,. , '. .t gg ' 'U 2 . 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M. .w.ff--Hs: s""' E . fix - UQ , 4 , A U, ,.,.,n,..,,.,,...-.f......,,,M g , , ,, I , 5596.4 CBack Rowj Lewis, J Mlller N lhller, L uadsworth, Plnkham, Altum, Barnard, Epps, Park house, Nohren, Volz, Reeves Sands Yambert, Hooker, and Tully QSecond Howl-Smith, Clapp, Burster, Monahan, Voefle, Roberts, hllllams, and Mollne CFront Howl Phlllls, Punke, Camp- bell, Neal, C eary, Whitmer, Alt, Stotler Mlss Toohlll lnstructor, P Smlth, Bohlander, Gibbs, B Wadsworth, Jones, and Hasty MIXED CHURUS 0 A90 QBack Howl Clark, Panther, Schofield, Quiram, Altum, Barnard, Epps, North, Parkhouse, Volz, Hocker, Fruin, Gondon, Sutton, Taylor, Enr1ght, and Eastman QSecond Howl Holden, Dressler, Tlpler, Kitchell, H O'Connor, Lampe, Hlbos, Nohren, P Stirpert, Hodo on, I K O'Connor, Monahan, Burster, Jones, Snyder, Forth, and Kllpatrlck fFront Rowj Gauger, J Stimpert, Campbell, Neal, Cleary, uhltmer, Stotler, Alt, M155 Toohlll lnstructor, smith, Bohlander, G1bbs, wadsworth, Folkers, Keehma, and Koopman C25 A f 'Win-'1"'e M 'ka -S. , W PAX' Back Raw, elark, Barney, Hodgson, Panther, Pi'1e1ger, H O'Con.nor, Schofield, Shaffer, V Kupferschmldt. fSecond Row, .lr Sampen-dlrector, Oltman, Neal, Pxerce, Taylor, Koopnan, Mool, Coyle, llonahan, Eastman, Dre sler, L. Kupferschnudt, Sparks, G. Alt, KJ.tche11. Grant Bowl Cannely, Lamoe, Stmpert, McDonell, Klngdon, Fru1n, A Alt, Cryer, Burster, Stenninger, Bft, T O'Connor. DRUM MAJOR AND MAIORETTES rx Maine Neal, B111 K1tche11, Gladys Alt, and Ruth Oltman. 126, GAA Back Rowl M Neal, Lampe, L. Wadfworth, Hodgson, Reeves, Zehr, J M111er, Bohlander, lhss Shepherd advisor fSecond 'lovj Knxgdon, Tully, Stortz, Epps, Ext, W. Miller, Snhth, ld Neal, A Alt, T O'Cofnnor, Monahan, Burster, McCon.:ey, Qlppel CS1 tingj Render, Cleary, H1bbs,P1mke, B. Wadsworth, Pinkham, Altum, G. Alt, Stotler, Barnard, Gibbs, Coyle, H J O'Connor, E LUB fBeck Howl-Kitchell, Gauge:-, Holden, Snyder, Lucas, Bmnes, Sutton. CFront Karl-Stimport, Keehma., Zehr, Rippel, Haas, Kilpetnck, Coach Blackwell-advzsor. 1271 I I I 3 2 'i I Q f I a g s Q If .. "' ' .,- 1 2-A . Ng, X A K -.. ,u 0 ' N . ' . ' H 77 c PEP CLUB Back Rcwj Haas, Benedlct, de Vne , 'mm Ht, Kitchell, R1ppe1, Miss Shepherd adviser, Snyder Second RowJ S+o1.1er, Van Scyoc, O'l,on.nor, Nohren, Parklxouse, Jolz, Neal, Smyth Qiron Rowk Hibbs, Levus "'a.mobe11, Render, Tully, M. Oltmm, Bohiander, Mt, R. Oltman. CHEERLEADERS 3-D Sam Snyder, Madelon Neal, Pat'-icm Smth, and Mary K. O'Connor. C285 ' Q 5 Qi T W9 it if-'L F 'E 7 ' I . V f4.2.'1L. ,, V '. 5 A F 1 .4 f n Z 3 1 - Q , ' .- gf We V ' Vs . - - f' ' - -- x E, 1 YY E n ,x ' ' . ' 1, ' +4 7 YA- ' Sf' - E Q -A . . S .SA . v - . , - 1 - L Q - , . U . ' V AA Q A - V . ? , E E f -3: " P Y E , . , g 7 2 .4 X l .x , , 1' x HOME EC CLUB W on li' CBaok Howl B Wadsworth, C Potter, G Coyle, Sands, Reeves, Plnkham, Barnard, North, Bft, Rippel, lloConJcey, Mo Shaf er, S Shaffer, Zehr, Van Scyoc, D Potter, Willnms QSecond Roll Clapp, R Plmke, smith, Anon, Stimpert, n-eese, Radcliff, R Coyle, B Punks, Oltman, M Neel, Altum, Epps, E Coyle, Hodgson, Mool, Rutledge Bohlander, lflss Smith adviser, fsittingl Kupferscknzudt, L Wadsworth, Woefle, Campbell, Render, Tully, M Neal, A Mt, Kingdon llette, G Alt, Gibbs, Roberts, ll Shaffer, Lamps, Yambert CATALYST CLUB 'vt 03101: R0",'SCh0f'191de 569111119-n 301011, Reetzke, ll Kingdon, Benedict, llr Classen adviser gist Povrj menenell, Tully, Statler, de Vries, Punks, Kitchen, Cleary, Hibbs, B J nngden, 61' C29 FRENCH N., fBack Row! Haas, Holden, D Kilpatmck, Stvmpert, Sutton, Koopman, B K1lpa.tr'1ck fSecond Rovrl Hasty, Mollne, Tarklxouse, Epps, Nohren, Tully, Gmbos, Stofbz.fF1rst Rowj Barnard, Volz, Hooker, M158 Toohlll advzxser, Cleary, Smth OIR MIISQUE F1 L5 :A K CBack Real-Schofield, Scott, Reetzke, Ennght, Stimpert, B. Snyder, Kitchell, Rlce, Crawford. fSecond Row,-Svmnn, Olimxan, M. Neal, Klngdon, Render, Cleary, Wlntmer, Coyle, Faulk, Hr. Noo- adviser. CFront Rand-Galnes, Shafier, Alt, Campbell, S. Snyder, M. Heal, Hockver, G. Alt, slllltho C307 , I I ' I I I 4 I f ' , 2 . j 7 ' 3 I f Y I I " ' ' K 5 1, ' ,ZW 4 f t 'ji R , I L i J, ., V: , V, V iv I ' I is ' . . , o o I 2 I ' 'I , . ,f x 1 L , I I .KA 'ff I, , wr 4 I u 1 1 . 5 s . 1 2' .gg ffl 55 ' ' I U 1 A LR w A . Q ' :f. R u . ' t 1 QW -u , I ' ' F Back Row, Oltman, Bagsby, Wnght, Gibb , Gauber, Kupxerschmldt, Taylor, Sparks, D Fevers, Agnew, and 'ox fSecond Rmb filson, Stef'1en, Nerwknrk, Enrvht, D Fevers, Tipler, Quirem, Baker, Lyon , Rlopel, Schofield, Mr Snyder-adviser. Chant Rcvlj rolkers, Malcom, Barron, Woosley, Klnffdon, Haas, Crawford, Hartman, and Stauter. TOMMY ""dnw 1 5.21 QStand1ngJ Mr Noe d1rector, D1ck T1p1er, Lynn R.1ppe1, Mr. Snyder adnser, and Erma J Klngdon CSitt1ngJ Merlyn Kingdom, Madelon Neal, John Stauter, Clayton Schofield, Adehne Alt, and John Taylor C31 Fl I A I o ,QQ -. v H , V , f ' ' ' H ' -- 1 1' fl .-'J I 6 1 . il S X Y ' x ' l -K 0 S '- Q . C' -- H 77 ' V 1 rn ' 3 i V .E 1 o ff f - ' ' Fig ' '5 "' rs . , xn I ' , rf- . . I J HTHE REFLECTORH STAFF 151' ts! fBack Row! S'b8.11d1Il.g kry Alyce Hibbs, Betty Jean Cleary, Arlene Rippel, and Harold Benedict. QFron-b Raul Jack Stimpert, Bill Kitchell, Enm Jeanne Kingdom, Betty Faulk, and Jim Holden. REPDRTER STAFF 2.2 Arlene Rippel, lary Helen Render, and Betty Cleary F32 SPORTS 'img Tl rJ f ' FOUTBALL 5 'BQ I if L vid . . CBack Bowl Coach Blackwell, Snyder, Kilpatrlck, Porth, Sutton,St1mpert, Lucas, Koopman, Holden, Gauger, Mr Classen asst coach QSecond Howl Bagsby, Keehms, T1pler, Faulk, Rippel, B1-mes, Haas, Malcom, Gordon CThird Howl Patterson, Cox, Reetzke, Newk1rk, Coyle, Hlbbs, Zehr mgr WT J Hn Holden L G Luca utlon p1 JIHI and Hoo ack Sum ert l3L I :V g Q Mx, - 4 f--1, ff f ff 1 , I, , ' 4 f I ,lf ," I , ,A,,,,,, 1 . , .1 f . ff,g,.,. , W 1 ce .. o '15 .QQ 'Qi Bill 1 xy' 1 ll- 'Yl 5 l -l few c - 5 l '- A- f 1 5 3? .4 Ml lm- - ' E .. J is f' l sv l 1 W 5 ll S B ' 5 5 .fxk V A!47 .1 'A . P I J l BASKETBALL CBack Row, Coach Blackmell, Faulk, Malcom, Kupferschmidt, Gauger Schofleld, B hllpatrlck, Coyle, Gordon, Koopman QFront Rowl-Manager Vehr, Tlpler, D Klloatrlck, Sutton tlmpert Lucas, Brines, and Keehma Fwd? MMM cs c 3o' cF .!fE lck L Kll QTHCI4 ' u. ton BTIHEQ uc flm Eff LQQQS 135 TRACK "5 fx? HKAM V J' 4 mf x., BASEBALL CFront Rain Patterson, Em, Gordon, Keehma, Haas, Stauter. CSecond Row!-Malcom, McWilliams, de Vnes, Quiram, Tipler, Jacobs.CBeck Row!-Coach Blackwell, Rippel, Schofield, Sutton, Holden, Faulk. i367 , ln 2 A A L ' A A , . 4 4 A , , . x - - . 1- o 1 1 ' X ' f A , ' . ,L 6 , - , ' x, C 4 Q Y .-,X-7 -Y L . J rv.-wr. - , Y J K L 1 L., . ' f - ,-.A -,A .A A 1 , . ..... x Q . A . A 1 , ' X K , h ', . ,n k , X4 ,EG ,g ' .." " "' . - A v - , Y Date September 20 September 27 October October October OCtOD6T October November 11 December Decemoer December December January January January January 7 January January January January 2 January February 1 February February February February February February February February February March March larch March March April April Aprll May 2 May 9 Aprll Apr1l April Apr11 April May 6 May 13 lay 19 ATHLETIC SCHEDULE Opponent Leroy rairbury Gridley Chenoa Eureka Farmer City lashlngton Chillicothe Alumnl 4ash1n ton Llnonk Streator Duquoln POHt13C Taylorvllle Chenoa Eureka uashlngton Metamora Eureka Metamora Football Ba ketball Pontlac Tourney unty Tourney Eureka Qchamp1onshipj Roanoke Gridley Jashburn Metamora Roanoke fashburn Chenoa Mlnonk Peorla Central Res Lexington Chenoa Regional Tourn y Nonmal Communlty Lacon Sprlng Valley Chenoa Eureka Jashburn County D1str1ct Mlnonk Eureka Roanoke Fa1rbury Eureka Mlnonk Roanoke Fa1rbury Track Baseball 437 Place Here Here There Here There There There Here Here There Here There Fontlac POht18C Pont1ac Here Here Here There There Metamora Metamora Here There Here Here There There There There There Chenoa Chenoa Chenoa LaSalle Peru LaSalle Peru There There There aashburn Feorla Manual There There There There Here Here Here There They He 6 O H O 27 L 13 7 ll 13 13 18 - 3 7 25 a 19 O 31 1" ' . 11+ 16 7 O 3 . 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Q 1 ,, :L . 1 . , , h iv I i .W .1 b V ,s T xx VA X I n ir x I 4 1- . -A-Q., ,, 1, ' ' nA., ' , ,il , . ,,,,, , 1 5 .. -,-f.,.,jjXg f.- Lfw V J Yum"-fig ,X - .f"7" if - U . Z 'QCA f ' , Q N sa . v Q ' L . ' K Y I , ,,- C' ' w f- - - ' '- - 1 .J V M.. SUCIAL DIARY QMost Important Inc1dentsj September 3 October November Decexber January February march Aprll 12,13 117 17,18 21 ,22 20-Jan 2 1 2,3 Feb , 8 1 12,15 25 ,ze L 1 A a F. F. A. ' 1' 13 G. A. A. A' 23 .. Ee. . '. . ' ' 26 G. A. A. ' ' ' 2 30 A , 5 Al u . 9 . , 12 ' 15 ' 16 ' ' ' 29 . . . t . 1 ' ' 8 . . . y- ll . N . 15 19 ' 26 ' - ' L 13 . - .1 . N 20 Christmas Program , . 29- . 1 6 . , 17 E . ' 17 F. F. A. ' 21 - h . 26 2 ' V U L ' . A 6 ' F 13 A 13 W lb 15 ' 20 A ' ' 25 . . 26 L 'E 29 . . 31 ' 8 8 ,, , , 15 L. . . . 17 . . 18 ' 19 ' 22 ' ' 2b ' 26 ' ' 29 ' , J Freshman Day Regular Classes Beg n Falr, lnonk U1ke Howe In1t1at1on rarty Soohpmore Party Hore Ec Conference at Prlnceton Pf1ster Day CNo Schoolj Band Contest, Peor1a Sen1or Party Slx Neeks hxams County Inst1tute G A A Par y Champa1gn Instltute F F A Pla HTommyH HOMBCOELHQ Open House ,Normal Concert Orcnestra Th8HkSL1VlHg Vacat1on Poet Entertalner B111 Bones Junlor Play nSk1GClHg Chrlstmas Vacation Pontlac Tournament County Tournament SOC1010gy Class Trlp Club Meet1ng County Meeting Operetta WGynsy Troubadouru D1StTiCt Tournament Home c Junlor Ring Salesman Reglonal Tournament oectlonal Tournament Fay Adams Operetta Part, Institute MuS1C Contest, Chenoa Noir Masoue Leet1ng Pra1r1e Conference Banquet Essay Contest, 'urefa MUSIC Contests, G11man Basketball Banquet Literary Contest Ailca Neaver County Mu 1C Pre11m1nar1es LuSlC Contest, Eureka Commerc1a1 Contests, Chenoa State Music Contest, Peorla Llterary Contest, Mlnonk Junior uOV19 State Student Councll Conventlon Sectlonal Commerclal Contests Llterary Contest, Chenoa 139 Q F r A 1n1t1at1on Ma 4,4 2,2 F F A Parent A Son Banquet County Track Me t Mother Q Daugnter Banauet Band Sprlng Concert State COmm8FC181 Contest D1StT1Ct Track Leet Senlor Party County Play Off Sen1or Exams Jun1OT Senlor Prom Exams Commence ent lUNIOR SENIOR PROM Mo? 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