El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1942
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1942 volume:
To our advisors Mr. Classen and Mi88 Davis, who by their unceasing efforts have successfully guided us through our senior year, we, the class of 1942, dedicate this volume.BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to Right, Seated: A. B. Hurd, President. Has served one year; Dr. J. A. Owens, Secretary, six years; Ur. John North, four years; V.'. M. Claggett, Principal.
Standing: YJilliam 3urrough3, New I'eraber; Jacob Dressier, two years; Louis Y adsworth, six years.
2Walter M. Claggett El Paso, Illinois Princi[«il
World History, Civics James Millikin U., A.B U. of Illinois, M.A.
Arthur C. Classen El Paso, Illinois Chemistry, Physics, General Science North Central Col, A.B.
U. of 111.; M.A.
Earl A. McLane El Paso, Illinois Ind. Arts, Biology South East Ho. State Teachers College, B.S.
Elizabeth Toohill Lyle E. Snyder Bloomington, Illinois El Paso, Illinois French, English, Agriculture
Vocal Music U. of 111.; B.S.
111. Y esleyan U. Colorado State Col.
B. M. E.; U. M.
111. State Normal U.
Clarence R. Noe El Paso, Illinois Literature, Speech Eureka College Bradley College, A.B.
Esau Dotlich El Paso, Illinois Coach, Boys' P. E., American History North Central Col. A.B.
Pauline Espevik Milling tor, Illinois Mathematics, Latin U. of 111.; B.S. Northwestern U.
Elizabeth Davis Mahomet, Illinois Comnerce
111. State Normal U. B.Ed.
Marjorie Butler Greenfield, Illinois English, Girls' P. E. U. of 111.; A.B.
Virginia Miles Thomas Stubblefield
Farmer City, Illinois Butler, Missouri Home Economics, General Mathematics, Band Science u. of Mo.; B.S.
U. of 111.; B.S.; M.S.
1st row: Everett, Volz, Brines, Schofield, 0 Connor, Duncan, Malcolm, 0 Connor
2nd row: Gordon, Taylor, Noe, sponsor.
The Student Council was organized for the fourth consecutive year, with Mr. Noe as adviser and the following officers: Clayton Schofield, president;
Widd Brines, vice-president; Helen Jo O'Connor, secretary-treasurer.
The activities of the Council during the school term began with the sponsoring of the annual homecoming dance. In this way the members secured enough money to enable them to attend the district and state Student Council Conventions. The district convention was held at Morris, Illinois, and a delegation of six attended. John Malcom was elected District President for the coming year and Alta Duncan, Secretary-Treasurer. The district convention next year will be held in El Paso. A delegation of five attended the state corwention held in the Congress Hotel, Chicago, in late April, Another activity of the Council was the purchasing of a defense bond for the school.
The group consists of ten members: John Everett and Don Gordon, freshmen;
John Malcom and Tinker O'Connor, sophomores; John Taylor, Eloise Volz, and Alta Duncan, juniors; and Widd Brines, Helen Jo O'Connor, and Clayton Schofield,
seniors Gladys Alt G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Home Bo Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Drum Majorette 1,2,3,4 Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Noir Masque 1,2,3 Gym Circus 1,2 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 2,3,4 P.P.A. Play 1,2,4 Junior Play 3 Stunt Shear 1 Ccmaeroiai Contest 3
Joan Barnard Home Eo Club 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,5,4 Gym Circus 1,2 French Club 3,4 Noir Masque 1 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 Mixed Octet 3,4
Ward Barron Band 1,2 Gym Circus 1,2 P F«A 1,2,3,4 Rrenoh Club 4
Wld Brines "B" Club 2,3,4 Senior Play 4 Junior Play 3 Annual Staff 4 Pbotoall 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 3 French Club 2,3,4 Class Officer 1,2,3,4 Stunt Show 1,2 Gym Circus 1,2
Ruth Coyle G.A.A. 1,2
Home Bo Club 1,2 Band 2,3 Noir Masque 3
Leonora Altum Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4 Gym Circus 1,2 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Home Bo. Club 1,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 1,4 Pep Club 4 Operetta 1,2,3
Doris Barney Band 1,2,3,4 Home Be. Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 4 G.A.A. 1 Gym Circus 1,2 Tennis Toura.3 German Band 4
Elaine Bohlander G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Gins Chorus i,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Home Be Club 1,2,3 Noir Masque 2,5 Oym Circus 1,2 Pep Club 3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 Class Officer 1,4 Girls Trio 1 Mixed Octet 2,3,4 Music Contest 1,2,3,4 Stunt Sheer 1
Commercial Contest 3 Class Offioer 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Oym Circus 1,2 Cheerleader 4 Stunt Sheer 1,2 Pep Club 4
Hacmi Crawford Mixed Chorus 1,2 Girls Chorus 1,2,3 Gym Circus 1,2 Heme Bo. Club 1 R-enoh Club 2,3,4 G.A.A 1 Operetta 2 Annual Staff 4 Ccranercial Contest 3
6Helen Epps Home Ec. Club 1,2,3 G.A.A. 1,2,3,U Girls' Chorus 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Gym Circus 1,2 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 French Club 2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3 Junior Play 3
Juanita Hocker Pep Club 4 Gym Circus 1,2 French Club 1,2,3,4 Mixed Octet 1,2,3,4 Girls' Quartet 2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3 Band 1,2,3
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Noir Masque 2,3 F.F.A. Play 4 Literary Contest 1,2,3,A Music Contest 1,2,3,4 Stunt Shoe 1,2 Senior Play 4
Mary Helen Jones Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Gym Circus 1,2 Stunt Shoe 1,2 Commercial Contest 3
Dick Kilpatrick Football 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 Junior Play 3 Baseball 2,3 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 French Club 1,2,3,4 Gym Circus 1,2 Camera Club 1 Stunt Show 1,2 "E” Club 2,3,4 F.F.A. Play 4
Eldon Koopman Football 2,3,4 Basketball Mgr. 3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Band 2,3 Pep Club 4 Gym Circus 1,2 Stunt Show 1,2 Junior Play 3 French Club 1,2,3,4 Paper Staff 3
Shirley Gibbs Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4
F. F.A. Play 1,4 French Club 1,2,3,4 Camera Club 1
Noir Masque 1,3 Operetta 1,2,3 Paper Staff 1 Gym Circus 1,2 Literary Contest 1 Music Contest 1
G. A.A. Shooting Contest 4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 Stunt Show 1
Alvin Jakob Tr. Secor Baseball 3 Track 3,4
Junior Keehma Operetta 1,2,3,4 Stunt Show 1,2 Gym Circus 1,2 Class Officer 3 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3 Baseball 2,3 Catalyst Club 3 Boys' Septet 4 "E" Club 2,3,4
Imogene Knecht Gym Circus 1
Gene Lyons F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. Ball Team 1,2,3 Track 1 Gym Circus 1,2
7Wilma Miller Home Sc. Club 1,2,4 G.A.A. 3,4 Girls' Chorus 1,2 Gym Circus 1,2 Operetta 1,2
Raymond Newkirk Track 1,2,3,4 Football 3,4 Baseball 3
Helen Jo O'Connor Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Music Contest 1,2,3,4 Commercial Contest 3 G.A.A. 3,4 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Stunt Show 1 Gym Circus 1,2 Band 2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Heme Ec. Club 1,2 G.A.A. Shooting Contest
Edith Phillis Girls' Chorus 2,3,4 Gym Circus 1,2 Operetta 1,2,3,4
Betty Ann Punke Gym Circus 1,2 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Mixed Chorus 1 Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2
Maxine Neal G.A.A. 1,2,3 Home Ec. Club 1,2,3 Noir Masque 2,3 Gym Circus 1,2 Majorette 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 2 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 2 Paper Staff 3
Paulita North Horae Ec. Club 1,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Gym Circus 2 Senior Play 4
Ruth Oltraan Tr. Urbana Home Ec. Club 2,3,4 Pep Club 2,3,4 Gym Circus 2 Majorette 2,3,4 Noir Masque 2,3
Eva Jane Pinkham Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 2 Gym Circus 1,2 Operetta 1,3 Junior Play 3
Maurice Quiram Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Baseball 2,3 Operetta 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Gym Circus 1,2 Stunt Show 1,2 Music Contest 4 Boys' Septet 4 F.F.A. Play 1,2
8Ada Radcliff Tr. Roanoke Home Ec. Club 3,4 G.A.A. 3
Calvin Rippel Gym Circus 1,2 Football 3,4 Junior Play 3 Track 3,4 Annual Staff 4 "E" Club 3,4 Baseball 3
Marie Shaffer Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4 Noir Masque 1,3 Gym Circus 1,2 Operetta 1,2 Girls Chorus 1,2
Leila Stotler Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Music Contest 1,2,3,4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Camera Club 1 Catalyst Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 Commercial Contest 3 Noir Masque 2 Mixed Octet 2,3,4 Stunt Show 1,2 G.A.A. Shooting Contest Gym Circus 1,2 Girls Quartet 2,3,4 Girls Trio 1 F.F.A. Play 4 Band 4
Senior Play 4
Dick Tipler Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Football 2,3,4 Track 3 Baseball 3 "E" Club 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. Play 2,3,4 Gym Circus 1,2 Stunt Show 1,2 Operetta 1,2,3,4
lyle Reetzke Tr. Springfield Mixed Chorus 1,2 Gym Circus 2 Football 1,3,4 Baseball 1 Junior Play 3 Noir Masque 3 Catalyst Club 3
Clayton Schofield Student Council 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 2,4 Class Officer 2 Noir Masque 2,3,4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4
F. F.A. Play 2,3,4 Gym Circus 1,2 Stunt Show 1,2 Music Contest 3,4 Stock Judging 2,3,4 Basketball 3 Baseball 3
Track 1,2,3 Catalyst Club 3 Mixed Octet 3,4 "E" Club 3,4
Florence Stortz Tr. Eureka Tennis Tourn. 3
G. A.A. 3,4
G.A.A.Shooting Contest 2 Operetta 4
ELmyra Swann Gym Circus 1,2 Home Ec. Club 1,2 Noir Masque 3
Frances Whitmer Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4
F. F.A. Play 1,2,4 Girls Quartet 2,3,4 Pep Club 4
G. A.A. 1 Junior Play 3 Band 1
Catalyst Club 3 Noir Masque 3 Operetta 1,2,3,4 Majorette 2 Stunt Show 1,2 Music Contest 1,2,3,4 Senior Play 4
9Mary Kathryn YKi Ilians on Band 3,4 Homo Eo. Club 1 Gym Circus 1,2 G.A.A. 2,3,4
Wayne Zohr Band 1,2 Operetta 1 Gym Circus 1,2 Football «gr. 2,3,4 Basketball Mgr. 2,3,4 Track Mgr. 2,3 "E" olub 2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Stunt Show 1 Baseball Mgr. 2,3
Clifford Aright Jr. Gym Circus 1,2 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4
Simon Oltm n JT« Gym Circus 1,2 P A 1,2, 3,4 Judging Contest 3
September 19381 What amonthj Fifty-eight boys and girls, recently graduated from grade school', made their way to the principals office and registered for the freshman class. In due course, they were initiated as members of E.T.H.S. Offioers for the year were: President, Wid. Brines
Vioe-President, Elaine Bohlander; Seoretary-Treasurer, Homer Clark; Student Council Representative, Clayton Schofield. Miss Henderson and Mr. Snyder were our advisers. Our first activity was a weiner roast. It was quite an exciting year and vaoation time soon came. Lloyd Kingdon moved to Watseka during the year.
Back again in the fall,we needed no introduction.We were sophomores and woe be unto any freshman who failed to recognise our suthority. The following offioers were eleoted: President, Clayton Schofield; Vioe-Pres-ident, Wid Brines; Seoretary-Treasurer, Homer Clark; Student Counoil Representative, Helen Jo 0 Connor. Y e lost three of our classmates. Keith Elting moved to Washburn and Fern Lock and Lois Powers transferred to Normal Community.
Vacation time passed and in 1940 we were Juniors. We had three new members, Ada Radcliff, Alvin Jakob, and Florence Storts. "Skidding" our Junior play was a great success and so was the patriotic show which we sponsored. Mr. Classen, Mr. Noe, and Miss Smith were our advisers. All our effort was directed to the Prom which was(in our estimation)the best ever given at E.T.H.S. Our offioers were: President, Wid. Brines;Vioe-
President, Junior Keehma; Secretary-Treasurer, Homer Clark; Student Council Representatives, Clayton Schofield and Helen Jo O'Connor.
Well here we are almost at the end of our senior year. Mr. Classen, Miss Davis and Mr. Claggett are our sponsors. The oast is working hard on our play "American Passport." The annual "The Cameteer" will soon be finished. Leila Stotler is our editor-in-ohief. The D.A.R. award this year was presented to Leonora Altum. Our offioers are: President, Wid.
Brines; Vice-President, Homer Clark; Seoretary-Treasurer, Elaine Bohlander; Student Counoil Representatives, Clayton Schofield and Helen Jo O'Connor.
Suoh is the history of the Senior class of 1942, who leave E.T.H.S. with the deepest regret.
10LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the class of nineteen hundred-forty-two of B1 Paso Township High School, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make, declare, and publish this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills bequests, and devises of whatever nature by us made
We do hereby give and bequeath to the class of "43," the right to become as brilliant end cooperative a senior class as we were
Here follcwr our Individual wants and wishes
We, Gladys Alt and Wid Brines, leave with dynamite on our trail
I, Doris Barney, leave my reserved seat in the mail truok to Helen Reeves
I, Dick Kilpatrick, leave Patricia Smith to Bob FMulk, if he'll have her
I, Shirley Gibbs, leave with no regrets
I, Ada Radoliff, leave my arny correspondence to Jean Ellyn Rutledge
We, Raymond Newkirk and Simon 01 tartan, leave our ability to serve as Ur Snyder's right-hand men to John Taylor
I Juanita Hooker, leave my ability to have and to hold an out-of-town boyfriend to Kloise Volt
I, Alvin Jakob, leave my oratorial drawl to Lorraine Sands
I, Wilma Miller, leave my sister to carry on in my place
I, Ruth Oltman, leave my ability to skip school and get away with it to Betty Williams I, Dick Tipler, leave my outlook on life to Donald Bagby
I, Joan Barnard, leave my insulting remarks to Evelyn Bohlander
We, Frances Whitmer and Maurice Quiram , leave the west lawn for noon dates to Harold Sparks and Joanna Bailey
I, Leila Stotler, leave my ability to go steady to Cleo Potter
I, Lyle Reetske, leave my unquestionable kncerledge of the ways of women to Bob Morgan
I, Blaine Bohlander, leave ay ability to keep at least three on the string at once to Alberta Nohren
I, 11 don Koopman, leave ny sideburns to Ross Connely
I, Naomi Crawford, leave one of my "Sohlipf• s" to Alta Dunoan
1, Helen Bpps, leave, wishing 1 could take at least one underclassman with me
I, Junior Wright, leave ay secluded seat in seoond hour ftiglish class to Bill Eastman
We, Leonora Altum, Eva Jane Pink ham, and Paulita North, leave our record of an everlasting friendship
11I Maxine Heal , leave my streamlined figure to Paulina St in. pert
I Mary Helen Jones, leave my little "Puff Rice to anyone who can get him
I Junior Keehma, leave my ability to get along with Commercial teachers to Eddie Coyle I Betty Pimke, leave—so what II
I» Calvin Rippel, leave my droopiness and wise oracles to Fred Gibbs
We, Marie Shaffer and Rlmyra Swann, leave, taking all our knowledge with us
I, Florenoe Storts, leave my stale gum to Mary Francis Mette
I Helen Jo O’Connor, leave my ability to get all the high grades possible to Bob FTuln I, Ruth Coyle, leave my job as ohief librarian to Louise Parkhouse
I, Wayne Zehr, leave my ability to start yarns to Junior Gauger
We, Ward Barron and Gene Lyons, leave our blushing tendencies to Luan Smith
I, Edith Phillis, leave my shortness to Charlotte FTese
I, Homer Clark, leave my contributions to the development of the Freshman class
I, Clayton Sohofield, leave my knowledge to Bud Pieroe
We, Imogene Kneoht and Mary Kathryn Williamson, leave our modesty to Helen Eft
This document having been fully witnessed and approved, we affix our signature
SENIOR CLASS OF 1941- 42
Imogene Knecht is now manager of a very reliable firm known as Knecht and Un-Knecht or Advice to the Lovelorn.
Ada Radcliff ia now engaged in teaching her students all she doesn't
Naomi Crawford ia connected with the National Lecturing Bureau. Her two best lectures being, "Laugh and You Laugh Alone" and "Six Quick Ways to Get a Han."
Mary Helen Jones has resigned her position with Baker and now ia in the Cereal Business with Puffed Rice aa the main sponsor.
Alvin Jakob has been given the job of Life Guard at Panola Hole.
Calvin Rippel, tennis champion, has just finished some matches which burnt the Japs.
Dick Kilpatrick is in the auto business ana claims to be paid weekly, yes, very weakly!
Leila Stotler just broke the microphone over F.O.B. singing "I'll Wait For You Bobbie Dear!"
Joan Barnard returned home weak in the knees after modeling Cotton Stockings in Marshall Fields for a year.
Marie Schaffer is now a manicurist. Her favorite polish is "Red."
Helen Jo 0 Connor is teaching professors what they missed in High School.
Florence Stortz had to quit pitching for the White Sox because of the expense of runs.
Juanita Hockor was so successful in her Senior year as playing a child s role that she continued with her work, still acting as a child.
Gene Lyons has become quite famous in taking pictures for the magazine "Beachcombers." They report that he has hardened and no longer blushes.
Doris Barney, famous pearl diver is now ducking from spongers.
Ruth Coyle is now working in Africa and in her spare time is teaching the natives "Deep In The Heart Cf The Congo."
Eva Jane Pinkham and Helen Epps are now running the nursery, advertising "Illuminated Safety Pins for Quick Changes During Blackouts."
It is rumored that Betty Ann Punke and her associates, Edith Phillis and Wilma Miller of the Humane Society, wrote to Professor Raymond Newkirk deploring the situation at Simon 01tman s monkey island. They said that the rocks were baked so hot by the sun that the baboon could not sit down without being singed and offered to knit drawers.
Junior Keehma is said to be a leader of men and a follower of women! He still can't understand why black cows don't give chocolate milk!
Dr. Leonora Altum has just returned to live with her husoand. Dr. Clark. They parted over an argument concerning dissection of the numan anatomy. They have a joint---office on front street next to Rippel's Lounge.
Shirley Gibbs is taking Martha Ray's place in Hollywood and Maurice Quiram left a good job in his hometown to play opposite her in the picture called "Shut My Mouth."
13Lyle Reetzke got a vote of thanka for hia invention. It a a device whereby the atudenta can get into mischief without being caught and it also enablea them to get good gradea without studying.
M xine Neal has saved enough money from her Hash stand to pay her income tax, now all she has to do is borrow some to live on.
Wid Brines is still serving detentions for a certain teacher.
Frances Whitmer is a clerk selling dog collars which guarantee them a new lease on life.
Ward Barron and Wayne Zehr are publishing new books and their latest one is "Physics and How to Like It."
Elaine Bohlander now has world renown by living up to her theme song,
"I Had Someone Else Before I Had You." ffill she get her man or will one ever catch her?
Gladys Alt, Paulita North and Elmyra Swann are three old maids and live in a house with closed shutters, have a black cat and go to the barn dance every Saturday night; still hoping.
We read the other day that Clayton Schofield, a daily patron of the "V right" Restaurant, always has his coffee black; and he has an arrangement with the management, whereby, at the end of each month he gets a quart of cream free.
Eldon Koopman, conductor of El Paso's Sympathy Orchestra, was playing golf and not doing so well. In annoyance, he turned to his caddie, Dick Tipler, and asked, "Can you tell me what's the matter?" Tipler's diagnosis was immediate, "Mister, you ain't got rhythmj"
Mary Kathryn Williamson, well noted publisher, has just released Ruth Oltman's latest book on "How To Come Out of a Twirl Successfully."JUNIORS
1st row: Coyle, Ross, Bagby, Sparks, Taylor, Crow, Gibbs, Pierce. 2nd row: Morgan, Martin, Fruin, Volz, Nohren, Smith, Panther, Faulk, Eastman, Gauger.
3rd row: Noe, sponsor, Eft, Bill, Clapp, Reeves, O'Connell, Hodgson, Parkhouse, Mette, Duncan, Gordon, Me Lane, sponsor. Uth row: Bohlander, Sands, Stimpert, Freese, Bailey, Potter, Rutledge, Potter, Miller.
The Junior year found all our class members ready and willing to do their share to help raise money for the Junior class. We sold sandwiches and candy at the football games and had a candy booth at the basketball games.
We gave an excellent class play entitles "June Mad" which brought to the surface much hidden talent.
We also sponsored Ralph Pierce, the magician, in his show of magic and mysticism learned while a boy in the Orient.
Our Prom was the highlight of the year for both ourselves and our guests, the seniors.
Officers responsible for guiding the class through the year were: President,Jonn Taylor; Vice-President,Ross Connelly; Secretary, Alberta Nohren. Mr. Noe, Mr. McLane, and Miss Miles served as our advisers.
1st row: Kilpatrick, Woosley, Fevers, Fevers, Clark, Cooper, Pinkhara. 2nd row: Eastabrook, Monahan, Wadsworth, Uool, 0 Connor, Johnson, Jarvis, Roberts, Campbell, Yambert. 3rd row: Stubblefield, Coyle, rfoefle, Zehr, Allison, Burster, Barclay, Lamps, Shaffer, Patterson, Toohill, sponsor. 4th row: Hasty, Park-house, Rice, Me Williams, Malcora, Volz, Dressier, Jansen, Williamson.
5th row: HiDbs, Engel, Baker, Cox, Steffen, Hartman, Agnew, Oltraan.
SOPHOLORE CLASS HISTORY In September, 1942, forty-three sophomores enrolled at the high school John Malcom was elected president of the class; Leslie Hibbs, vice-president. Bill Kilpatrick, secretary; Tinker O'Connor, carrying over fror. last ysar, as Student Council Representative.
Miss Toohill, Miss Espevik, and Mr. Stubblefield became the class sponsors. Later in the year two sophomores dropped out of school, but in the second semester two more Joined the class.
The sophomores have been active in the music department, on the athletic squads, one as a cheerleader, and in the various clubs.
1st row: Kingdon, Altum, Everett, Tipler, Quiram, Sparks, Walters. 2nd row;
Robbins, Gaines, Louthan, Fenton, Steninger, Kirby, Lape, S. Burroughs,
K. Burroughs, Vogel. 3rd row: Butler, sponsor, Woosley, 'Wadsworth, Russel,
Hasty, McConkey, Agnew, Frakes, Schrader, Stirr.pert, Snyder, sponsor. 4th row; Volz, Eastman, Wilson, Coyle, Frese, Stortz, Schertz, E. Newkirk, Hynes,
B. Newkirk. 5th row; Fevers, Krug, Corbitt, Davis, Doggett, Gordon, Savoie, Lindsey, Scott, killer.
We, the freshmen class of 1941, for the first few weeks in September and October took the customary razzing from our "well-thought-of" superiors.However, we stood up under it and our fatal day, initiation, with no ill effects. Instead we were able to prove what good sports we were and are going to be.
Mr. Snyder was chosen as our class adviser and the officers for the year were: Don Gordon, president; Everett Quiram, vice-president; Bob Stimpert,
secretary; and John Everett, Student Council representative.
Many of our class mates have already taken part in football,chorus,band, basketball, track, and baseball as outside activities and in the next three years we intend to make our class one never to be forgotten.
17SENIOR GLASS PLAY 1st ro»j North, Stotler, Crawford, Bohlander, Hooker, Whitaer 2nd rowi Brines, Clark, Schofield, Keenma
AMERICA FOR ME
Sitting: D. Fevers, Nohren, Rutledge, O'Connor, Reeves, Volz, Potter, D. Fevers.
1st row: Johnson,Allison,Stortz, Gibbs,North,Barnard,Bailey, Potter,Stotler,Hocker,
Smith,Whitmer,Wilson,Burster,Steninger,Barclay,Cleary,Panther,Clark,Schofield,Dressier,Toohill. 2nd row; Coyle,Smith,Burroughs,Kirby,Fenton,Yambert,Roberts,Newkirk, Monahan,Mart in ,0'Connor,Jones,Alt,Stortz, Everett,Rice,Gibbs,Neal,Bohlander,Gaines, Walters,Mart in, Mai com, Tipler. 3rd row: Lou than ,Stimpert, Sands, Bohlander, Lampe, Shaffer,Phillis,Russel, Lape,Prese,Keehma, Sastman,Quiram,Kilpatrick,Corbitt,Altum, Steffen, Sparks, Tipler, Lyons, Savoie, Quiram, Kingdon, B. Fevers.
It was with pride that the Senior Class of B1 Paso High Sohool presented their play, "American Passport," one of the season s outstanding successes,by Dana Thoma6 As the title suggests, this was a down-to-earth and up-to-the-minute ocmedy.
Heading the oast were Clayton Schofield and Juanita Hooker Others who had important roles werei Blaine Bohlander,Wid Brines, Leila Stotler, Baond Crawford, FTanoes YThitmer, Junior Keehna, Homer Clark, and Paulita North.
Presentation of "American Passport" was on Friday, May 15. Mr Noe was the director.
"AMERICA PCR ME"
"America Fbr Me," a patriotic musicals, was given by the boys and girls in the mixed and girls choruses and other members of the student body The director. Miss Toohill, wrote the script, oompiled the musical continuity,and made the musical arrangements for the choruses, ensembles and soloists Over ninety-five took part. Mr Noe acted as narrator over the loud speaker system. Through the generosity of J. J. Flcken, the Hammond organ with Ramona Bring as organist contributed a thrilling background to the program The stage was decorated in red, white, and blue, and the school’s new flag served as a back drop
21JUNIOR FLAX CAST
1st rcmi Bailey, Volt, Smith, Nohren, Parkhouse, Fruin
2nd rcmi Taylor, Panther, Gordon, Sparks, Hodgson, Kastman, Fkulk, Noe
THE F. F. A MINSTREL
The Juniors presented their annual play on the night of December 18, 1941 •The play was a rollicking canedy centering around the adolescent lives of Penny Wood (Eloise Vols),and Chuck Harris (Bob Gordon), next door neighbors They were ably supported by these other members in the casts Mrs Wood (Joanna Bailey)j Rimer Tuttle (Harold Sparks) the hired man; Dr Wood (John Taylor);Bffie,the maid (Margaret Hodgson);Hilly Lou (Patricia Smith); G Merryn Roberts (Bob PTuin); Roger Van Vleolc (Bill Eastman); Mr Harris (Harman Panther); Julie Harris (Alberta Nohren); Shirley Wentworth (Louise Parkhouse); Ralph Wentworth (Bob Ffculfc)
The stage managers were Arthur Martin, Harry Pierce,and Junior Gauger
On November 18th, the F. F. A., Band and Mixed Chorus colaborated in staging a Minstrel show. The F. F. A. provided the actors while the Band and Chorus took care of the musical numbers. The performance was a tremendous success with considerable hidden talent being uncovered. The end men were Dick Tipler, Maurice Quiram, John Malcom and John Taylor. The inter-locker was Clayton Schofield. Mr. Noe assisted in directing the speaking parts while Miss Toohill and Mr. Stubblefield ably coached the vocal and instrumental selections.
23HOLE ECONOMICS CLUB 1st row: D. Potter, Woefie, Roberts, Oltman, Punke, Barney, Reeves, Gibbs,
Radcliff, Shaffer, Zehr, Shaffer, Hodgson. 2nd row: Rutledge, C. Potter,
Sands, Eft, Pinkham, Barnard, North, Alturn, Miller, 0 Connell,Frese, Stim-pert, Mool, Lampe, Wadsworth. 3rd row: Bohlander, Yambert, Wilson,M.Wads-
worth, Frese, Coyle, Martin, B. Newkirk, Hynes, E. Newkirk, Miller.
F. F. A.
1st row; Doggett, Krug, Quiram, Kingdon, Miller, Sparks, Tipler, Walters 2nd row: Corbitt, Gaines, Stauter, Fever, Malcom, Fever, Schofield, Barron, Schrader, Fever. 3rd row: Bagby, Newkirk, Gibbs, Sparks, Taylor, Wright, Gauger, Tipler, Snyder, sponsor. 4th row: Hartman, Oltman, Patterson, Steffen, Engel, Cox, Woosley, Baker, Agnew, Quirara.
24FIXERS N UIXBRS
The Hone Economics Club of 1941-1942 started the club with an impressive candlelight servioe with Paulita Nortn as "head candle " This service ushered new members into the club
Miss Virginia Miles was our noble adviser, and for the heavy burden of having an active club, Charlotte prese was elected President, with the following officers to aid hen Helen Reeves, Vice-President; Shirley Gibbs, Secretary-Treasurer| and Doris Barney, Club Reporter
The highlight of the club year was being hostess to the District Rally Day in November Among the "Firing" was the scrapbook made by the club The main activities of the club were the parties of the F. F A and the Home Economics Clubs and the annual Mother and Daughter banquet, which wound up the successful year
F F A.
The F F A began the year with election of officers as follows Pres i-ident, Clayton Schofield;Vice-President, Maurice Quiram; Treasurer,Dick Tip-ler; Secretary, John Mai con; Reporter, John Taylor; and Wat oh Dog, Simon 01 toon
The first activity was the F F A Minstrel Sheer whioh, with the help of the band and ohorus, was quite successfully presented
The boys attended the National Corn Husking Contest at Tonioa,Illinois the National Farm Youth Day at Peoria, and the International Livestock Shear at Chicago
As their part in National Defense, the F. F A members co-operatively obtained a garden tractor to help in the "Victory Garden" campaign The boys have also repaired and adjusted various farm implements for the farmers of this vicinity
1st rows Barnard, Epps, Jones, Alt, Stotler, Altum, Crawford
2nd rows Zehr, Brines, Rippel, Schofield, O'Connor; Davis and Classen, Sponsors
1st rcm: Cleary, Nohren, Smith, Alt, Stotler, O'Connor, Altum
2nd row: Steffen, Eastman, Schofield, Jones, Epps
While other clubs and classes were being organized, the staff of the 1942 Reporter got their assignments. Selected to lead the future Kalten-born's, Thomas's and Gabriel Heater s in their quest for news of activities within the walls of ETKA was Leonora Altum as editor-in-chief. Serving as her chief helper came Bill Eastman as assistant editor.
Clayton Schofield kept us informed of what was happening in the athletics of the school. No one's secrets were safe from the joke editors Nohren and Volz. Joan Barnard and Bob Fruin were selected as feature editors.Each class and organization selected a reporter as follows: Seniors,Leila Stot-ler; Juniors, Elouse Volz; Sophomores, Gene Steffen; Freshmen, Joan Cleary; Pep Club, Leonora Altum; G.A.A., Patricia Smith; F.F.A., John Taylor;Home Economics, Helen Epps. Typists were Mary Helen Jones, Helen Epps; Helen Jo O'Connor, Leila Stotler, and Gladys Alt.
The beginning of the second semester found Gladys Alt moving into the edotors chair with new feature editors Schofield and Smith. Typists dwindled to three or four.
Whenever the latest issue was off the mimeograph, there was a rush to the commercial room for copies. The editor and staff hope you enjoyed them.
The year 1941-42 will go down as a big one for the yearbook of E.T.H.S. Late in 1941 the staff conducted a school contest to choose a permanent name for the book. Bob Gordon,submitted the name chosen as the best by the yearbook committee. Heading the staff of seniors giving you this an-ual was Leila Stotler, editor-in-chief,with her assistant,Mary Helen Jones. As financiers of the project came Clayton Scr.ofield, business nanager, with his crew: Wid Brines, Wayne Zehr, and Gladys Alt, bookkeeper.
Naomi Crawford was the girl responsible for organizing and assembling materials collected.Helen Jo O'Connor found being club editor no small job. Joan Barnard and Helen Epps took care of the social calendar while Leonora Altum was busy asking everyone for snapshots and pictures.
Calvin Rippel can tell you there was plenty of activity in the sports' realm. At least it took him sometime to get everything organized,and those deadlines do have a way of slipping up.
1st row: G. Sparks, Martin, Eastman, B. Gordon, Fruin, Rice, Panther. 2nd row: Smith, Steninger, Gibbs, Whitmer, Bohlander, Toohill, Alt, North, Altum, Barnard, Jones, Hocker, Stotler. 3rd row: Kilpatrick, Keehma, Schofield, M.Quir-ara, Louthan, T. O’Conner, Coyle, Monahan, Hodgson, Schertz, Burster, Barclay, Tipler, Koopman. 3rd row: E. Quiran, Savoie, Dressier, Gauger, Nohren, E.Volz, Bailey, Lampe, Burroughs, H. O’Connor, Stimpert, D. Gordon.
1st row: E. Bohlander, Whitmer, Fenton, Schertz, Phillis, Gibbs, E. Bohlander, Toohill, Alt, North, Altura, Barnard, Jones, Steninger, Smith, Hocker. 2nd ran: E. Volz, Rutledge, Roberts Yambert, Louthan, M. Wadsworth, E. Newkirk, Martin, L. Wadsworth, Monahan, Hodgson, I. Volz Reeves, D. Potter, Burster, Stotler. 3rd row: Sands, Johnson, Lape, Kirby, Bailey, T. O'Connor, Coyle, M. Shaffer, Lampe, Stimpert, H. O'Connor, Nohren, Barclay, Burroughs.
Hooker, Quirmm, Stotler, Dreealer, Schofield, Bohlander, Keehaa, Whitaer
Stotler, Hooker, Whitner, Smith Barnard, accompanist
The mixed chorus is a selected group of twenty-five boys and twenty-five girls. The firis' chorus is made up of forty to fifty girls. Entrance is ootained by tryout with Miss Too-hiU at the beginning of the year. These choruses form the nucleus for school, church, and civic programs the annual operetta, and the four programs a year over WJBC.
The girls s chorus presents an annual program before the combined session of the women of all the churches of El Paso. After the service, tea and cookies are served.
The mixed octet is a selected organization in which members are picked by tryout and represent a superior harmonizing group from the mixed chorus. The mixed octet appeared at church and school programs and participated in the district contest at Fairbury in March.
The girls' quartet has sung together for three years including appearances over WJBC,WENR,in neighboring communities including programs and school events, and rural school, civic, social, political programs. This year under the name of the Four Sweethearts, the girls presented a 15 minute bi-monthly program over WJBC. As a summer activity, they sang with the municipal bands of Uinonk, Pontiac, and Bloomington. In all they've made about 7$ to 100 appearances.
Music of religious, classical, and semi-classical nature are studied during the year. As music strengthens the morale, a lighter type of music must be combined with patriotic and modem, appealing ballads.
lit rcmt B. Bailey, Lape, Smith, Steninger, Oltman, Louthan, Morgan, Cannely, Lampe, Ze’nr, K. Barclay, Gordon, Stotler, T. O'Connor. 2nd row: Stubblefield, Eastman, Williamson, Sparks, Panther, 3. Clark, Scherts, Burster, Mool,
L. Wadsworth, Monahan, Pfleeger. 3rd rows Taylor, Voir, H. Clark, Barney, McWilliams, Hibbs, M. Barclay, Sohofield, H. O'Connor, Shaffer, Parkhouse,
The band, under the direction of Mr. Stubblefield our new band instructor, accomplished great things this year. Starting with practically the same organisation as that of last year, excluding the olarinet section, Mr. Stubblefield added new members and improved the old until by the end of the year, it was second to none.
The activities of the band included playing for football and basketball games, playing for the Pfister Day and Minstrel Sheer. They concluded their year's activities with a concert in the latter part of April, in which they made a remarkable performance. The band was grieved at the loss of their leader one month before the dose of school, when he left for the navy. His vacancy was filled for he reclining month by Mr. Kills from Litchfield. Mr. Kills took over with little difficulty and the band enjoyed his leadership.
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The Girls' Athletic Association began the year's activities with thirty-five active members. The first meeting was a bicycle hike to the O'Connor farm. During this meeting the freshmen girls learned the objective of the organization.
In October, the month of goblins and witches, the girls came to the cafeteria for a Halloween party. Each member was costumed,and the best disguised one received a prize.
On December 4th the G. A. A. members honored the footoall squad
of the school at a buffet supper.
To create the Christmas atmosphere and add to the season's cheer the girls had a party and gift exchange. At that time they drew names for their mystery sister.
At the beginning of the new year, seventeen girls were made members of the group. In March a number of the girls participated in
the State G. A. A. Telegraphic Shooting Tournament.
A representative of the group will be sent to camp this summer on the funds obtained from the bake sale and pencil sales.
The pledge given below gives the objective of the Girls' Athletic Association:
"I promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls' Athletic Association
By promoting interest in athletics and the out of doors;
By living so that I may be healthy and strong;
By making good sportsmanship a constant factor in my conduct."
The Pep Club for this year was organized under the direction of Miss Butler with nine old members to vote the new ones in.The purpose of this group is to back the team both at home and away. They select four cheerleaders whose enthusiasm will get the support of the school body.
Officers for the year were: Patricia Smith, president; Gladys
Alt, vice-president; Eloise Volz, secretary; and Louise Parkhouse, reporter.
Sept. 2 Sing Sing in full swing
Sept. 18 F. F. A. Sectional Meeting
Oct. 15 Pfister Day-no school Band Skating Party
Oct. 16,17 County Institute
Oct. 18 Band Festival at Peoria
Oct. 30 "A Wee Bit O’ Scotch Kilters"-Auditorium
Nov. 4 Billy Bones-Auditorium program
Nov. 18 F. F. A. Minstrel Show
Nov. 20,21 Thanksgiving Vacation
Nov. 27,28 Exams
Dec. 4 G. A. A. Football Banquet
Dec.. 5 Freshman Party
Dec. 10 Wesleyan Male Quartet-Auditorium program
Dec. 16 Novelty Trio-Auditorium program
Dec. 18 Junior Play-"June Mad"
Dec. 22 G. A. A. Party
Dec. 24-Jan. 5 Vacation
Jan. 15,16 End of Semester
Jan. 16 Junior Party
Jan. 28-31 County Tournament
Feb. 5 "America For Me"-Operetta "Magic of Science"-Auditorium program
Feb. 9 Band Boosters Meeting
Mar. 3-6 Regional Tournament
Mar. 7 Normal Men's Glee Club-Auditorium program
Mar. 20 Junior Class Show-Ralph Pierce
Mar. 23 Operetta and Band Party
Apr. 3 Easter Vacation
Apr. 7 District Vocal at Milford
Apr. 9,10 Exams
Apr. 14 Sophomore Party
Apr. 17 County Vocals at Eureka
Apr. 21 County Declamation at Roanoke
Apr. 23 Spring Band Concert
Apr. 27 F. F. A. Banquet
Apr. 30 County Track Meet at Washburn
May 1 Junior Party Senior Flunk Day
May 2 Sectional Vocal Contest
May 5 Talk by Brook
May 8 F. F. A. Skating Party
May 15 Senior Play-"American Passport"
May 22 Junior-Senior Banquet
May 24 Baccalaureate
May 29 Commencement
June 1.2 Senior Boat Trip
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LeRoy There 19
Fhirbury Here 19
Chillioothe There 0
Chenoa There 25
Ifcrmer City Here 13
Washington Here 6
Eureka Here 0
Lexington Here 26
U. High Here 26
Gridley Here 16
Me-camora There 19
Gridley There 33
Bureica There 14
Washington Here 25
Roanoke There 33
Minonk Here 33
Eureka Here 33
Chenoa Here 40
U. High There 31
Lexington Here 35
Roanoke Here 36
Chenoa There 38
Washington There 41
lELnonk There 26
Minonk Played at Minonk 35
CTopsey Played at Chenoa 49
Chenoa There Tfr
Gridley Here 2nd
Gridley Relays There 4th
Eureka and Minonk Here 2nd
County Meet Washburn 2nd
District Meet Peoria —
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1st row: Lindsay, Corbitt, D. Gordon, Stimpert, Kingdon, Altum, Burroughs, Pinkham, Davis. 2nd row: Zehr, Pierce, D. Kilpatrick, Reetzke, Tipler, Keehma, Brines, Koopman, Rippel, Gauger, Gibbs, Cox. 3rd row: B. Gordon, Hibbs, Patterson, Malcom, B. Kilpatrick, Faulk, Bagoy, Soarks, Gaines; Dotlich, UcLane, Classen, coaches.
1st row: Malcom, Keehma, Tipler, B. Gordon, D. Gordon, Lindsey, Williamson.
2nd rcw: B. Fevers, D. Fevers, Coyle, McWilliams, Faulk, D. Fevers, Dotlich, coach 3rd row: Burroughs, Hartman, Cox, Clark
1st row: Sparks, Eastman, Newkirk, D. Kilpatrick, Rice, Malcom, B. Gordon,
2nd row: McWilliams, Corbitt, Martin, Rippel, D. Gordon, Lindsay, Burroughs,
ON, IN, AND AROUND THE SPORTS PICTURE The first day of school in September brought out a large number of football men. Esau Dotlich, our new coach, with Mr. Classen and Mr. McLane assisting, started the season out with a bang. With Co-captains, Keehraa and Brines, and a large number of regulars back from last year the prospects of a good season was high.
Our team came out on top of the seven game schedule with four wins to three looses. Probably the most thrilling game of the season was between El Paso and Chenoa. Chenoa obtained the lead in the first quarter with a touchdown and extra point after a 50 yard plunge. El Paso came back in the second quarter with unbelievable swiftness and scored 19 points in less than two minutes. Later in the period Kilpatrick intercepted a pass and raced U0 yards for a touchdown. Our last score came with a thrilling 75 yard run by Kilpatrick. Chenoa sprang a surprising double lateral from the 15 yard line and scored. A short time later a blocked kick went out of bounds behind the goal line for a Chenoa safety. In the remaining few minutes Chenoa's team
39went across to score. The final gun went off with £1 Paso victorious by the close score of 2$ to 23.
The team celebrated the season with a banquet sponsored by the Kiwanis. At this banquet the team voted for next years Co-captains. The voting ended with Bob Gordon and Bob Faulk receiving the honors.
The El Paso ,,Comets,, under Coach Esau Dotlich, enjoyed an interesting basketball season. Coach Dotlich started the season with seven letter men, two of whom had varsity experience the previous season. The remainder of
the squad was composed of young, inexperienced players, the majority of these being freshmen. Due to the lack of height on the varsity, we were unable to cope with the superior height of many of our competitors and therefore we were unable to win a juicy part of the scheduled games.Never-the less, the boys exhibited a fighting spirit that was hard to conquer and as a result several heart breaking games were lost by one point.
The reserve squad progressed remarkably as the season went on and by the close of the term were almost as good as the varsity. With these boys back for the years to come, E.T.H.S. should not have to worry about a prosperous basketball team.
In the County Tournament the "Comets" pulled out with a fourth-place trophy due to elimination by Roanoke in the second game.
In the Regional Tournament the boys rode over Cropsey in the opening game but ran up against Normal in the second encounter and were eliminated from further competition.
With the advent of spring,Coach Dotlich found his trackmen ready to go. However, only two seniors completed the season, Rippel and Kilpatrick. In the Gridley Relays the team took first place in field events and placed in the track events. In the county meet, El Paso came in second. As this goes to press the district meet is coming up.
With many underclassmen on the team,the prospects for another year look very good.
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