El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 66 of the 1951 volume:
EDITOR : Cliff Vandegraft ASST. ED. : Lois Smith BUSINESS MANAGER : Dick Finck PHOTOGRAPHY: Helen Hicks ADVERTISING: Dick Rinkenberger SPORTS: Charles Brown
ACTIVITIES: Doris Schrock SUBSCRIPTIONS: Ruth Wilkey TYPISTS: Neva Jane Wilkey JUNIOR ARTISTS: Marilyn Rinkenberger , Don Tate
H. B. TATEMRS. RITA NOHREN Sec. to Superintendent
CHARLES FEENEY Secretary
HAROLD ARMSTRONG President
78Ruby Aldrich Neva Jane Wilkey Dorothy Lou Toole
Oj ice Secretaries
Carolyn Harshbarger Lois Smith Marlene Stitt Shirley FurrowJacuft
VERA ANGELL PATRICIA J. BRUCE
R. WARNER BROWN WILLIAM DIAL
JOSEPH K. JOBST
ANTHONY KOMLANCSEATED: Ruth Woefle, Mr. Kroeger, Bob Littel. STANDING: Helen Hicks. Verda Punke. Marilyn Crawford. Virginia Radebaugh, Lois Smith, Donna Foreman, Cora Lou Treece. Marilyn Rinkenberger, Mae Kinder.
Senior Editor............................Dorothy Lou Toole
Society Editors.............Helen Hicks, Phyllis Vincent
Sports Editor............................Clifton Vandegraft
Reporters. . , . Lois Smith, Ruthe Woelfle, Verda Punke
. . Phyllis Vincent, Pat Etscheid, Charles Brown.
....................Benny Bohlander, Marion McClure
Subscription Managers . . .Robert Marten. Don George,
Typists . Cora Lou Treece, Verda Punke, Florence Epps, . , . Wally Furrow, Ruth Woelfle, Doris Schrock
Junior Editor.....................................................Jo Shuman
Sophomore Reporter........................................Mae Kinder
Freshman Reporter................................Maribelle Coonrod
News Editor ...................................Virginia Radebaugh
Reporters. . Marilyn Cackling, Carol Schertz, Marilyn Crawford.
.............................Walter Herne jar, Larry Baity
Business Manager..............................................Walter Herncjar
Advertising Managers.................Marilyn Crawford, Joan Kemp
PRESIDENT - Clifton Vandegraft VICE - PRESIDENT - Bob Dehority SECRETARY - TREASURER - Don Tate ADVISOR - Mr. Komlanc
18The G. A. A. was organized in September. The main activities were archery contests and a volleyball tournament. Meetings were conducted by the president: Cora Lou
Treece; vice president, De-lores Peters; and the secretary-treasurer, Feme Stine. The junior class was victorious in the volleyball tournament. The organization is guided very capably by Miss Bruce.nlitre J TomemaherS
F. H. A. , the Future Homemakers of America, is divided into two clubs. The main activity of each club is a week-end trip to Chicago. The officers elected for this year for the senior club are: President, Helen Hicks; Vice-President, Donna Foreman; Secretary, Virginia Radebaugh; Treasurer, Jo Shuman; Reporter, Marilyn Cackling; Scrap Book, Joan Webb; Refreshments, Shirley Furrow. The Junior officers are: President, Joyce Armstrong; Vice-President, Janice Rice; Secretary, Marilyn Bohlander; Treasurer, Jane Stitt; Reporter, Carolyn Harshbarger; Scrap Book, Helen Harris; Refreshments Marcia Sutton. Mrs. Elizabeth Wahls advises this large group.
21F. F. A. , the Future Farmers of America, engage in various activities. Amongtheseare "Play Day" at Lexington, Illinois. Here the boys participate in boxing, wrestling, ping pong and other indoor sports. The F. F. A. has as their main activity a five day fishing trip in the summer. This group of boys is directed by Arthur Henderson. The officers for this year are: President, Charles Brown; Vice-President, Bob Dehority; Secretary, Bill Dehority; Treasurer, Cliff Vandegraft; Reporter, Jim Cordts; Sentinel, Ben Bohlander.o ruSeS
24Roberta Bodger, Phyllis Vincent, PatEtscheid, Helen Hicks, Shirley Furrow, Florence Epps.
Pat Etscheid, Phyllis Vincent, Mary Cleary, Roberta Bodger, Florence Epps, Joyce Armstrong, Shirley Furrow, Marjorie Schrock, Eileen Krug, Doris Schrock, Peggy Lindsey, Jane Stitt.
on Key 3
Mr. White (Not Shown) Alfred Stimpert Mrs. White . . Virginia Radebaugh
Herbert White . . Walter Herncjar
Sgt. Major Morris . . Tom Morris
Mr. Samson . . Marvin Bernhardy
H. WARNER BROWN "Our director"
263134FIRST ROW: Larry Roth, Charles Bridges, Leo Stokes, Dean Blackmore, Don Gauds. Robe rt Krug. SECOND ROW: Jim Cord is, Le Roy Remmert, Duane Dixon, Howard Steffen, Carl Miller, Jim Williams, Betty Fink, Joan Webb, Kathryn Weber. THIRD ROW: Roland Schroeder, Jim Brown, John Stimpert, Don Tate, Larry Baity, James Hall, Walter Herne jar, Jack Valentine, Karl Poor-baugh, Tom Morris. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Cackling, Fern Stine, Evelyn Franke, M a r i 1 y n Rinkenberger, Mary Kay Crusius, Katherine Wasson, Bonnie Punke, Lorene Bess, Jo Ann Shuman, Jo Ann Short. FIFTH ROW: Virginia Radcbaugh, Marilyn Crawford, Shirley Furrow, Florence Gauger, Joan Kemp, Juanita Wessel, Carol Schertz, Carol Wessel.
Isabel Nessel, Warner Brown, Pat Bruce
Walter Herncjar, Lorene Bess, Joan Webb Karl Poorbaughonto re
SEATED: Bob West, Duane Schertz, Lyle Stine, Dick Crump, Brian Shanks, Jerry Cleary. Glen Meiner. Bill Pinkham, John Wasson. SECOND ROW: Roger Dixon, RogerCrump, Bob Scott. Cletus Knoll, Glenn Grubb, Bob Kurth, FrancisBos-ton, Roger Ball. THIRD ROW: Don Sturm, Bill Dehority, Bob Kingdon, Russell Smith, Larry Kline, Allen Wilkey, Ed Faulk. Robert Thario.
SEATED: Marilyn Bohlander, Carlen Diers. Carolyn Franke, Betty Jones, Marjorie Schrock, Jane Lampe, Ada Beachey, Janice Armstrong, Joan Short, Mary Barnett. SECOND ROW: Ulley Ann Hartman, Arlene Burrougns, Mary Lou Dennis, Helen Harris, Marjorie Garrels, Connie Woosley. Carolyn Harshbarger. Onetta Wessel, Marlyne Garrels, Donna Stephens, Irma Dell Seggerman, Doris Punke, Marilyn Jording. THIRD ROW: Mary Cleary, Marcia Sutton, Mae Kinder, Erma Porth, Janls Rice, Jane Stitt, Ruth Schertz, Marlene Stitt, Donna Miller, Joyce Armstrong.
BILL DEHORITY CAROLYN HARSHBARGER MARILYN BOHLANDER MAE KINDER
TONY KOMLANC ELIZABETH WAHLS ARTHUR HENDERSON
pondordFIRST ROW: Ann Coon. Nancy Graack, Wanda Jones. Ruth Hall, Geraldine Bill, Barbara Diener. Pauline Cackling, Shirley Compton, Ann Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Eileen Krug, Sally Goetz. Shirley Jocobs, Glenda Sue Farrell. Marion Helton, Treva Finck, Martha Haas. THIRD ROW: Bill Byrd, Denny Geiselman, Dick Garey, Don Geiselman, Charles Jording, David Coon, Bob Garey, Bob Finck, Albert Kuhles, Harold Krug.
FIRST ROW: Barbara McKinley, Mary Lou McGuire, Betty Schroeder, Margaret Mosbach. Henrietta Kes-ler, Mary Kinder, Bonnie Sprehe, Peggy Lindsey, Marcia Simmons, Ann Woosley. SECOND ROW: Don Porzelius, Robert Mool, Dick Mayne, Myron Miller. Bud Vandegraft. Henry Spivey, Bob Scott, Harold Wilson, Lee Welbes. THIRD ROW: Leo Woosley. Jack Schumacher, Walter Punke, David Kline. Leroy Smiley, James Waller, Eddie Panther.
LOWELL BLACKMORE DON RAYMER RONNIE STIMPERT MARIBELLE COONROD
HAROLD MAURER H. E. RECKLING WILLIAM DIAL
44FIRST ROW: Carolyn McClure, Peggy Pinkham, Dorothy Rarick, Jerry Short. Shirley Partner. Madeline Stine, Jean Shanks, Hildred Porth, Luella Eichelberger, Patty Oilman, Dixie Sengpiel, Loretta Smiley. SECOND ROW: Larry Scott, Bob Whitmer, Gerald Wessel, Paul Smoots, Jim West, Marvin Schneider. Riemond Rip-pel, Lee Remmers, Arthur Turner, Ronald Vandegraft, Kenny Scott, John Wilkey, Mrs. Angell.
FIRST ROW: Pat Bohlander, Sandra Bernhardy, Orlyn Franke, Freida Hostetler, Shirley Hinthorne, Joyce Benbow, Charlotte Jones, Dorothy Krug, Alberta Armstrong, Carol Jording, Marie Grubb, Mary Lindsey, Betty Hartter, Alice Byrd. SECOND ROW: Joe Jobst, David Kingdon, Dale Geisle, Gordon Eici elberger, Bob Hayse, Wayne Miller, Ken Bennet, Jim Crump, Laverne Hinthorne, Bob Busker, Eldon Hinthorne, Walter Fogle, Bill Compton.
45FIRST ROW: Ken Scott, Jim Brown, David Kingdon, Marvin Schneider, Jim Crump, Eldon Hin-thorne, Joe Jobst. SECOND ROW: Dale Geisle, Ronald Vandegraft. Wayne Miller, Ken Bennet. Laverne Hinthorne, Gerald Wessel, Karl Radebaugh.The 1950 season wasn't a very good one for the Comets. Their record was two wins, one tie game, and six losses. The wins were chalked up over Flanagan, which was our homecoming opponent and Verna-Lacon (midcounty). The tie occured when El Paso met heavily favored Minonk. The setbacks were handed to the Comets by Gridley, Chenoa, Fair-bury, Lexington, Eureka, and Metamora.
SCORES FOR THE GAMES WERE:
EL PASO 0 GRIDLEY 6
EL PASO 6 METAMORA 13
EL PASO 12 CHENOA 26
EL PASO 19 FLANAGAN 0
EL PASO 13 MINONK 13
EL PASO 7 FAIRBURY 27
EL PASO 0 MIDCOUNTY 35
EL PASO 12 EUREKA 26
EL PASO 0 LEXINGTON 20
48Bob Detiority, Bill Dehority, Cliff Vandegraft, Don George, Marvin Bernhardy, Bob Heiken, Bob Marten, Charles Brown, Benny Bohlander, Marion McClure and Sonny Stimpert.
50FIRST ROW: Dave Kline, Roger Crump, Walter Herncjar, Larry Baity, Don Sturm, Cletus Knoll, Cliff Vandegraft-Manager. SECOND ROW: Carl Miller-Manager. Glen Meiner, Dick Crump, Ronnie Stimpert, Jerry Cleary, Mr. Kom lane -Coach.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Komlanc, Don Sturm, Roger Crump, Bill Denority, Benny Bohlander, Dick Crump, Carl Miller-Manager. SECOND ROW: Frank Rarick, Larry Kline, Sonny Stimpert, Walter Herncjar, Larry Baity, Dave Kline, Cliff Vandegraft-Manager.
53SUPER WAY STORE P. D. Nohren Ph. 44
HELLERS FARM STORE John Deere Imp. Paints Service
EL PASO GREENHOUSE
"one of Illinois' great stores Bloomington
"Say it with Flowers" Ph. 334
Everything from Soup to Nuts"
KEARNEY, M. D.
KITCHELL INSURANCE AGENCY "When you see us, Don't think of insurance. But when you think of insurance, see us. "
E. D. YODER SON Market and Frozen Food Lockers
Compliments of ANDY'S BARBER SHOP
LETCHER BROS. GARAGE Chrysler-Plymouth Dealers
LETSINGER'S SERVICE STATION Washing - Lubricating -Greasing
MIDGET MARKET "Come as you are"Compliments of THE ARBOR CAFE
MICHELS' DRUG STORE "Good Health to all From Rexall'
BUD HYNES Hardware Paints Ph. 195
Congratulations to class of 51 OTT PANTHER
WOODFORD COUNTY BANK El Paso, Illinois
KENT LUMBER AND COAL CO. Lumber - Coal-Glass -Cement Paint and Builders Supplies
SAMPEN HARDWARE Phone 47, El Paso
E. E. Kelsey D. V. M. Veterinarian El Paso, 111. Ph. 341
THE WHITE HUT Come and see us for better foods
VOLZ'S SERVICE STATION
Mobilgas, Mobiloil, Mobil tires and batteries
Intersection of 24 and 51 at El Paso
C. E. CRYER D. O. Osteopathe, Physician and Surgeon
EL PASO IMPLEMENT CO.
International Harvester Products Phone 344
El Paso, IllinoisMcGUIRE AND BOWMAN BODY SHOP
Automobile Body and Fender Repairing
Compliments of EL PASO THEATER
W'ESTWARD HO RESTAURANT "It's Different"
HARRITT STUDIO Protrait and Commercial Photography Morton, Illinois
F. G. BERTA, JEWELER Kodaks and Supplies Kodak Finishing
Compliments of LUCKY SPOT CAFE
DUNMIRE EQUIPMENT CO. Road Machinery and Construction Equipment
R. P. LYKKEBAK M. D Phone 24, El Paso
Compliments from GAMBLE STORE Tom O'Learys
Congratulations Class of "51" PAXTON TYPEWRITER CO. Bloomington, 111.
EL PASO ELEVATOR CO.
Ph. 145 El Paso, 111.
Congratulations Class of "51" VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARSRITTERBUSCH DRUG STORE
Quality Drugs and Prescriptions.
R. G. PIERCE FURNITURE COMPANY
EL PASO NATIONAL BANK
El Paso, Illinois "It Pleases us to Please You"
Congratulations to the class of "51
Quality Groceries-Fresh Meats, Frozen foods, fruits vegetables
E. G. WENDLAND
Poultry, Eggs and Cream
Attorney at Law
LUAN'S BEAUTY NOOKCor. ratulations from ROUSH BARBER SHOP
EE PASO BOTTLE GAS COMPANY Dri-Gas---the bottle cooking gas
BURSTER AND HENNING
Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys
BOB'S DAIRY Roszells Sealtest Products Fountain Grill
BURTON BAITY AND BAITY ANNEX Hardware-Paint-Wall Paper Gifts and toys Ph. 100 or 14 El Paso, 111.
BOB' DAIRY Roszells Sealtest Products Fountain and Grill
Compliments to The Class of "51" HENRY HAYES
A. C. KING Dentist
THE KROGER CO. El Paso, III.
R. E. GORDON, M. D.
NORTH AND BENSON AGENCY Clifford Benson, Agent
VINCENT MEMORIAL HOME 24 Hour Ambulance Service
m [MYERS YEARBOOKS
IHE PACEMAKERS Of QUAl TV
MYERS AND CO. INC.
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