El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1960
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1960 volume:
The Senior Class of
El Paso High School
Proudly PresentsROW ONE: S. Holt; L. Harshbarger; J. Crump; K. Bowman; P. Herncjar; M. Punke.J. Hinthorne; J. Bell; L. Morris; H. Thompson. ROW TWO: Mrs. Benson, Advisor; L. Stoller; K. Knepp; M. Alford; B. Kinder; J. Heyungs; N.
Gunn; J. Pinkham; D. Mool; L. Diener. ROW THREE: J. Wilkey; H. Harroun; T. Bohlander; C. Armstrong; R. Remmers; G. Waller; D. Cleary; I. Gunn; J. Tucker; R. Byrd; C. Feeney; A. La Rochelle.
PRO. PHOTOGRAPHER...............Mr. Vallow
EDITORS..................Don Mool, Lois Diener
ASSISTANT EDITOR...............A1 La Rochelle
BUSINESS MANAGERS.................Susan Holt
ASST. BUS. MANAGER.......................Larry Stoller
ASST. PHOTOGRAPHER.............Helen Thompson
FACULTY ADMINISTRATION...........Jim Wilkey
SENIOR SECTION............................Judy Crump
Kenneth Knepp, Charles Armstrong
HONOR SOCIETY............................Janet Heyungs
LIBRARY CLUB...................Helen Thompson
SPORTS................Ivan Gunn, Dennis Cleary.
Don Mool, John Pinkham
CLASS WILL.....................Marilyn Punke.
John Tucker, Nelda Gunn F. H. A.....................................Lois Diener
F. F. A........................Kenneth Knepp
JUNIOR PLAY....................Alan La Rochelle
COMETEER STAFF......................Judy Bell
G. A. A. CHEERLEADERS . . . . Linda Harshbarger
”E" CLUB........................ Chuck Feeney
STUDENT COUNCIL............................Huey Harroun
SNAPSHOT PAGES............Glen Waller, Ray ByrdA. B. James Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois; M.A. University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
Class of 1960!
You have been vastly privileged--Peace, Plenty, Schooling, a fine Community.
Show your appreciation by continued moral, productive, Christian Living. Pay Your Debt.
Congratulations to a fine Class. We will continue to be proud of you as individuals, citizefts, workers, homemakers.
Superintendent of Sctiools WALTER CLAGGETT
Principal - Athletic Director CHARLES SULLIVAN
B.S. Eastern State College, Charleston, Illinois; M.A. Western State College, Macomb, Illinois.
Congratulation and Best Wishes to the Graduates of the Class of 1960. You are now ready to make your place in this world. Remember that life is a picture--paint it well.BOARD OF EDUCA TION
SITTING: Kenneth Crusius, Dwain Mool, President; Don Sutton, Secretary; Art Henderson. STANDING: Eugene Kline, David Wagner, Fabian Haas.
JOSEPHINE MORRIS Secretary to Superintendent
JANICE REMMERS Secretary to PrincipalA. H. BAILEY
Spanish, Librarian, World History. William Penn College. B. A. State University of Iowa, M. A.: Illinois State Normal. Hobby--Tennis, Serigraph, Reading.
Shorthand I, II, Typing I, II, Bookkeeping. Eastern Illinois University, Illinois State Normal University, B. S. Left school soon after the first semester.
English I and II. Illinois State Normal University, Monmouth College. B. A. Hobby--Crocheting.
English III and IV. Illinois Wesleyan University, University of Illinois, Illinois State Normal University, B. S. in Ed. Hobby--Modern Jazz Music.
Vocal Music in Grade and High School. Illinois Wesleyan University, B.M.Ed. Hobby--Bridge.
Biology, Girls’ Physical Education. Oberlin College, A. B.; Columbia University, University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin, Illinois State Normal Summer Sessions. Hobby--Riding.
Practical Mathematics, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry. Western Illinois State College, B.S.; Colorado State College of Education, M. A. Hobby--Gardening.
Instrumental Music in Grade and High School. Illinois Wesleyan University, B. M. Ed. Hobby--Electronics, Hi-Fi.LORRAINE KLINE
Special Education. Northwestern University, B. A.
Social Science, Boys’ Physical Eduation, Football Coach and Assistant in Basketball. University of Iowa, Luther College. University of Illinois. Coe College, B. A.; Coach, Baseball and Track. Hobby--Hunting, Fishing, Golf.
American History, Boys Physical Education. Basketball Coach and Assistant in Football. Springfield Junior College. A. A.; Western Illinois University. B. S.; University of Illinois. Masters M. Ed.; Coach, Baseball and Track. Hobby--Golf and Stereo.
Shorthand I, II, Typing I, 11, Bookkeeping. Illinois State Normal University, B. S. Hobby--Reading, Sports.
Industrial Arts I, II, III. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, B. E. in Education, Indiana University, M. S. in Education.
General Science. Physics, Chemistry. Oakland City College,
A. B. ; Indiana University, Milliken University. Hobby--Fishing.
Vocational Agriculture I, II, III. University of Illinois, B. S. and M. E. Hobby--Pop Music.
Home Economics I, II, III. Illinois State Normal University, B. S. in Ed. Hobby--Popular Music, Sewing, Piano.BUS DRIVERS
STANDING: F. Reinkensmeyer, B. Hocker, O. Panther, H. Thorndyke, G. Corbitt. KNEELING: O. Hocker, R. Benson, F. Lock, M. Raymer, J. Everett.
G. Phillis, C. ArbuckleMIGNONETTE ALFORD "Happiness is her motto 1"
F.H. A. 1,2,3,4; G. A. A. 1,2,3, 4; Cometeer Staff 4; Library Club 4; Intramural 1,2,3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3. 4; Instrumental Groups 1,2,3, 4; Contests 1.2,3,4.
"Fun is his constant companion."
Cometeer Staff 4; Intramural 2, 3,4.
"He’s small and quiet but-—-I" F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
JERRY BAG BY
"A good man is hard to find." Intramural 1,2,3, 4.
"Cute, clever, and full of fun, known and liked by everyone."
F. H. A. 3, 4; G. A. A. 4; Intramural 4; Annual Staff 4; Chorus 3; (Transfer).
"Greater men have lived---but. I doubt it."
F.F.A. lj "F Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2; Football 1.2, 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Intramural 4; Cometeer Staff 4.
Ambition: College, Teacher.
KAYLENE BOWMAN "He’s my 'weety I"
F.H. A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Cometeer Staff 4; Intramural 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 4; Ensembles 2,3,4; Band and Vocal Contests 1,2,3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 4; Marching Band 1,2,3, 4; Concert Band 1,2,3, 4; Dance Band 3,4; All State 4; Librarian 2,3; President 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Junior Play.
"Music hath charms and so hath the musician."
Played organ in Talent Show; Played at half times at basketball games; Entertained student body at different occasions.
Ambition: Professional Musician.HAROLD BURTIS
"He seldom breaks the rule, never studies out of school.”
Intramural 1,2,3, 4,
"Give me leisure or give me death."
" E" Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4; Intramural 1,2,3, 4. Ambition: Forest Ranger.
“Just gettin' the facts. Ma'am.“
F.F. A. 1,2,3; Vice-President 3; "E" Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4. Co-Captain 4; Track 1,2,3; Intramural 3,4; Junior Play; Student Council 1,2,3, 4; King Attendant, Snowball Dance; Student Council Representative 1,2,3, 4.
Ambition: Go to College.
"'Absence' makes the heart grow fonder."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Song leader 2. Parliamentarian 3; G. A. A. 1,2, 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Intramural 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, 4; Girls' Chorus 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Ensembles 2,3,4; Vocal Contest 2, 3, 4; Section Leader 3; Publicity Chairman 4; Junior Play; Class Reporter 3.
Ambition: Secretary, Marriage.
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G. A. A. 1, 2,3. 4; President 4; Annual Staff 4; Coeditor; Cheerleader 1,2,3, 4; Library 2,3; Intramural 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2; Girls' Chorus 1,2; President 2; Band 1,2,3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Junior Play; Student Council 3, 4; Reporter 3; Secretary 4; Class Vice-President 1,2; Homecoming Queen 4
Ambition: Registered Nurse.
LARRY EDWARDS "Oh you rascal you I"
Ambition: A Captain in the Army in only six months.
CHARLES FEENEY "I live while I can."
" F" Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3; Intramural 2,3,4.
STEVE FRANKLIN "It's no concern of mine."
Intramural 4; (Transfer)
Ambition: Lawyer.IVAN GUNN
"I'm a little bashful, but just let me get started."
"E" Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Annual Staff 4; Baseball 3. 4; Basketball 2,3, 4; Track 2, Intramural Coach 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2. 3. 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Instrumental Groups 2,3, 4; Contests 2. 3, 4; Reporter 2, 3; Vice-President 4; Student Council 4; Treasurer 4; Class Reporter 3; Snowball King Attendant 4. (Transfer).
Ambition: To be a success.
"Gentle is. as gentle does."
"G.A.A. 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Annual Staff 4. Business Manager; Library Club 3,4; President 3; Intramural 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Girls' Chorus 2; Class Treasurer 3,4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Junior Play; Snowball Attendant 4; (Transfer).
"I’m not arguing with you—I'm telling you."
"E" Club 4; Football 2, 3. 4; Intramural 1,2, 3. 4; National Honor Soci ety 3. 4; Junior Play; Student Council 1,2. 3. 4; Treasurer 2; Vice-President 3; President 4: Class President 2, 3, 4.
LINDA HARSHBARGER "--And the angels sing. "
F.H.A. 1.2, 3.4. Historian 2; G. A. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Library Club 3,4, Cheerleader 2, 3. 4; Intramural 1,2. 3. 4; Chorus 1; ACappella l. 2. 3, 4; Ensembles 2. 3, 4; Vocal Contests 3.4; All State 4; Junior Play; Homecoming Queen Attendant 4; Class Secretary 1,2, 3. 4.
"You can never tell about those brown-eyed girls."
F. H.A. 1,2, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Library 2, 3; Intramural 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2; ACappella 3, 4; Ensembles 2,3.4, Vocal Contests 2,3,4; Publicity Manager 3; Vice-President 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3. 4; National Honor Society 4; Junior Play; Homecoming Queen Attendant 2; Class Treasurer 2.
Ambition: To have a nice home.
"She has more fun in a minute than others have in a lifetime."
G. A.A. 1,2, 3.4; Secretary 4; Annual Staff 4; Library Club 4; Intramural 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
Ambition: College. Marriage.
"She's a cutey, ready for duty.
F.H.A. 2. 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3. 4; Annual Staff 4. Cheerleader 1,2, 3. 4; Library Club 3.4; Intramural 1,2, 3. 4; Chorus 1,2; Junior Play; Home coming Queen Attendant 3; Snowball Queen 4.
Ambition: College, Marriage.
SUSAN HOLT "Music is my master."
F.H.A. 1.2. Treasurer 1, Parliamentarian 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4. Secretary 2; Sports Manager 3; Annual Staff 3, 4. Business Manager 4. Assistant Business Manager 3; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Intramural 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 1; ACappella 1,2, 3, 4; Ensembles 1,2, 3,4; Vocal Contests 2,3.4; Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Marching Groups 1,2, 3. 4; Allstate 3; Contests 1,2, 3. 4. Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Secretary 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; President 4; Junior Play, Student Director; Class Reporter 2; Snowball Queen Attendant 4.
Ambition: Music Education.ARTHUR INMAN
"1 came here just for books, not for girls and giddy looks!" Intramural 4; (Transfer).
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and her paths are those of peace. F.H.A. 1,2,4; G. A. A. 1. 2, 4; Intramural 1. 2. 4; Girls'Chorus 1,2; Annual Staff 4.
Til have to take a dog along to keep the girls away.
F. F. A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Secretary 2; President 3. 4; "E" Club 4; Annual Staff 4: Football 4: Track 1,2, 3. 4; Intramural 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Ensembles 4; Allstate 3.4; President 3.4; Junior Play; Class President 1.
"He doesn't bother work and work doesn't bother him."
Baseball 1; Band 1.2; Marching Band 1,2; Concert Band 1,2; Contests
DONALD MOOL "Handy Man"
"E" Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Annual Staff 4. Co-editor; Baseball 1,2, 3. 4; Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1.2. 3. 4; Intramural 3. 4. Band 1.2. 3. 4; Marching Band 1. 2. 3.4. Concert Band 1,2. 3. 4. Dance Band 2. 3. 4; Contests 2. 3. 4; Snowball Dance King 4; Class Reporter 2.
"Red hair, green eyes, and a fiery temper."
3. A. A. 4; Annual Staff 4; Intramural 1.4; Chorus 1; Girls' Chorus 1. Ambition: Secretary.
"Life is so short and so am I."
F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4; Football 1; Track 1.
"If worry were the only cause for death, I would live forever."
Band 1,2,3. 4; Marching Band 1,2, 3. 4; Concert Band 1.2,3, 4. Instrumental Groups 3, 4; Contests 2, 3,4.
Ambition: X-Ray Technician.JOHN PINKHAM "Women are my profession."
"E” Club 2. 3. 4; Come leer Staff 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4. Junior Play.
Ambition: Football Coach.
"My husband will never rule me. "
F.H.A. 1;G.A.A. 1.2. 3. 4; Cometeer Staff 4. Intramural 1.2,3.4. Chorus 1,2.3, 4; Girls Chorus 1.2; ACappella Choir 1,3,4; Ensembles 1, 2, 3,4; Vocal Contests 2. 3, 4; All State 4; National Honor Society 4; Junior Play.
Ambition: Secretary and Marriage.
"Stand aside while 1 throw out my chest."
Cometeer Staff 4; Intramural 4; Chorus 3; ACappella Choir 3; Junior Ambition: College.
"Rather tall with hair so blond."
Cometeer Staff 4; Library Club 4.
Ambition: To join Women Army Corps.
JOHN TUCKER " Mischief is his dish. "
"E" Club 4. Cometeer Staff 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2. 3; Intramural 3 4; ACappella Choir 4.
Ambition: To be an Admiral.
"Why slow down, we're only going eighty!"
Cometeer Staff 4; Intramural 1,2. 3. 4.
"My prison days will soon be over.” F.F.A. 3.
Ambition: Master Mechanic.
Cometeer Staff 4. Basketball 1.2. 3. 4. Football 1; Track'1; National Honor Society 3. 4; Vice-President 4. Junior Play; Class Vice-President
Helen Kay Burroughs...........3.92
Kaylene Bowman ...............3.13
Peggy Herncjar Co-Salutatorian
Marilyn Punke Co-Salutatorian
ROW ONE: Sec., Linda Harshbarger; Pres., Huey Harroun; V.Pres., Jim Wilkey. ROW TWO: Stud. Coun., Ivan Gunn; Treas., Nelda Gunn; Stud. Coun., Lois Diener, Dennis Cleary.LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF I960
I, Mignonette Alford, leave my giggle to Nancy Abbott, who really doesn't need it.
I, Charles Armstrong, leave all my corny jokes to Peggsy Gunn.
I, John Attig, leave my tremendous height to Dan Salyards.
I, Jerry Bagby, leave for Peoria.
I, Judy Bell, leave my polite manners to Mary Ann Williams.
I, Terry Bohlander, leave my quarterbacking ability to Ronnie Steffen.
I, Kaylene Bowman, leave my piano solos to Ann Crusius. Maybe she can play them.
1, Kay Burroughs, leave my ability to make lots of friends to Laura Aucutt.
I, Raymond Byrd, leave the office of Vice-President of the I.G.A. to Karen's next suitor.
I, Dennis Cleary, leave my mean habits in football to Kenny Schertz.
I, Judy Crump, leave my '49 Studebaker to dear Wanda.
I, Lois Diener, leave my wardrobe to sister Judy who has already made good use of it.
I, Larry Edwards, leave all the trouble I have had with teachers to Dick Donze.
I, Chuck Feeney, leave my quiet, bashful manner to Bob Riker.
I, Steve Franklin, leave my ability to miss school to "Tiger" Gray, who doesn’t seem to be having too much trouble.
I, Nelda Gunn, leave. A-w-w-w-w, I don't want to go.
I, Ivan Gunn, leave my trombone to John Kelsey. I couldn’t play it anyway.
I, Huey Harroun, leave my knowledge of figures to any old wolf.
I, Linda Harshbarger, leave. ..If I can get my Ford out of the parking lot.
I, Peggy Herncjar, leave my forgetfulness at E.P.H.S., I Hope..........
I, Janet Heyungs, leave my basketball technique to Bonnie Gossmeyer.
I, Judy Hinthorne, leave, arguing with John.
I, Susan Holt, leave my ways with college men to Sally.
I, Arthur Inman, do hereby will to Jack Radebaugh all the invaluable gems of information that Steve Patton jabbers to me in Chemistry class.
I, Kenneth Knepp, leave my physique to Eddie Roberts.
I, Barbara Kinder, leave. Now where’s Junior?!?!
I, Jerry Meyer, leave for the Big Town of Secor.
I, Don Mool, leave this cool school, like WOW, man!
I, Loretta Morris, leave. Please, Mr. Sullivan, I can't stand to see men cry.
I, Steve Patton, leave to go South.
I, Frank Pfister, leave my driving ability to Ellen Kay Jakob.
I, John Pinkham, leave my roaming eye for the weaker sex to Lester Waller.
I, Marilyn Punke, leave my ability to get and hold a man to Judy Diener, who seems to have trouble.
I, Ronald Remmers, leave for Roanoke.
I, Helen Thompson, leave my good camera eye to the next photographer of the annual.
I, John Tucker, leave my seat in the principal's office to anyone whose backside is big enough to fill it.
I, Glen Waller, leave at last, much to Mr. Reckling's relief.
I, John White, leave my love for Modern Problems behind.
I, Jim Wilkey, leave my easy-going manner to Margaret Haas.
I, Harold Burtis, leave.. .oops.. .I'm out of line again!R. Abbott G. Armstrong H. Armstrong L. Armstrong R. Aucutt P. Bagby
H. Farney D. Franklin G. Garrels L. Graack L. Graack C. Greene
K. Hartman V. Hartman J. Holt S. Hunsinger E. Jakob J. JonesS. Jording S. Kimpler A. La Rochelle T. Lewis K. Maier D. Mason
ROW ONE: R. Steffen, Treasurer; J. Jones, Secretary; B. Riker, President; J. Diener, Vice-President; L. Corrigan, Reporter. ROW TWO: L. Stoller, A. La Rochelle, T. Lewis, Student Council Members; J. Williams, Reporter.
H. Sprehe R. Steffen L. Stoller S. Thorndyke B. Toole J. Wagner
P. Wallace C. Waters J. Weber D. Whisker J. Williams M. WilliamsJ. Ales
D. Donze S. Farney B. Feeney
L. Finck G. Garrels J. Garrels
ARW J. Delaney
J. GibbonsM. Haas
J. Hey lings
J-Gray J. Graybill M. Gunn
A. Heckendorn R. Henderson M. Herncjar
ROW ONE: S. Famey, Treasurer; T. Moot, President; W. Crump, Secretary. ROW TWO: D. Wollen-schlager, Student Council Member; G. Volk, Vice-President; C. Kauth, Reporter; M. Herncjar, Student Council Member.
E. Me Fa II
A . Waters
L. Neisler G. Nevius
G. Volk L. Walter
D. Weirman J. Whitwood
D. Yates m i » t II
N. Abbott i J. Ales £L D. Armstrong
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L. Aucutt J. Baker f 1: v « J. Bohrer
K. Claymon A. Crusius D. Davison M. Dodson
B. Holt S. Holt
C. McKinley B. McWilliamsJ. Meyer S. Mohr
E. Roberts S. Sampen
K. Schertz R. Schmitt
Swanson L. Tyson K. Ulrich S. Wadsworth
B. Waller J. Waters J. Wendland M. West
M. YountROW ONE: L. Stoller, J. Ales, A. La Rochelle, G. Bell, C. Feeney, J. Pinkham, D. Cleary, D. Mool, H, Harroun, K. Knepp, J. Tucker, T. Bohlander, D. Salyards, R. Steffen, ROW TWO: Coach Kuester, Coach Murphy, J. Bigger, J. Kelsey. R. Abbott, C. McGhee, G. Childres, C. Punke, G. Garrels, J. Claymon, J. Gibbons, J. Gray-bill, S. Wadsworth, T. O’Leary, Mr. Sullivan, Ath.-Dir. ROW THREE: E. Roberts, T. Kimpler, D. Ludwig, j. Hunt, D. Donze, R. Evans, K. Shertz, S. Wagner, R. Byrd.
The El Paso Comets ended the season with a 6-1-1 record. With their fine record, the El Paso team finished in a tie for Mid-State Champion with Cornell. The Comets started the season slow, suffering a tie in the first game with Eureka, and a loss to rival Gridley. The Comets then opened up with six consecutive wins. The highlight of the season was the overwhelming victory over previously undefeated Chenoa. El Paso closed out their good season with a 27-0 victory over a spirited Leroy team.
Co-Captain, Don Mool, won the most valuable player award and also was placed on the Midstate Conference defensive team. Co-Captain, Dennis Cleary, was voted to both offensive and defensive Conference teams. Chuck Feeney and Jerry Ales also made offensive Conference team. Kenneth Knepp, Alan La Rochelle, Larry Stoller, Don Mool, Chuck Feeney, and Jack Graybill received honorable mention.
El Paso 19 El Paso 7 El Paso 20 El Paso 25 El Paso 13 El Paso 25 El Paso 27 El Paso 27
. . Eureka 19 . . Gridley 16 . Flanagan 19 . . Cornell 18 . Lexington 6 . . Chenoa 18 . . Minonk 7 Leroy 0
Compliments of O’LEARY'S TOGS AND TOYSH. Harroun R. Byrd K. Knepp J. Pinkham
A. LaRochelle R. Steffen
Compliments of FEENEY’S OIL COMPANY and
FEENEY’S MARKETD. Salyards J. Claymon G. Childres
C. Williams, D. Mool, D. Cleary, C. Sullivan, J. Horenberger, K. Kuester, B. Murphy, E. Heiken.
Compliments of LEENHOUTS RADIO TVCoach Murphy, Assistant Coach Kuester, Tom Lewis, John Claymon, Gary Bell, Dan Salyards, Ivan Gunn, Jim Wilkey, Alan La Rochelle, Jack Graybill, Lynn Graack, John Pinkham, GlenGarrels, Ath.-Dir. Charles Sullivan.
With only one letterman back from last season, the Comets managed to post a 10-11 won-lost record and they won third place in the County Tournament. In Midstate conference a 6-6 won-lost; record was good enough for third place tie. Ivan Gunn, gaining a berth on the first team of the Midstate Conference all-stars, was high scorer for the Comets. Seniors John Pinkham and Jim Wilkey, along with Juniors A1 La Rochelle, Tom Lewis, Gary Bell, and Sophomore Jack Graybill completed the varsity regulars.
El Paso 43 L.-P. Washburn 36
El Paso 45 Eureka 51
El Paso 63 Gridley 52
El Paso 63 Chenoa 53
El Paso 42 Minonk 43 County Tournament
El Paso 38 Roanoke-Benson 51 El Paso 55 Roanoke-Benson 74
El Paso 40 Flanagan 52 El Paso 56 L.-P. Washburn 36
El Paso 59 Cornel 44 Regional Tournament
El Paso 57 Forrest-S-W 49 El Paso 55 Lexington 59
El Paso 48 Cornel 45
El Paso 42 Minonk 50
El Paso 57 Lexington 54
El Paso 50 Gridley 55
El Paso 66 Metamora 44
El Paso 51 Roanoke-Benson 68
El Paso 48 Flanagan 61
El Paso 43 Chenoa 42
El Paso 51 Lexington 55
Compliments of DICK HOLT INSURANCE CO.Ivan Gunn
Jim Wilkey Alan La Rochelle
Jack GraybillGet set, go! 15 yds., clipping!
Ah ha, this is a cinch.
Two's cheating.Coach Murphy, Roger Bradle, Steve Wagner, Gene Childres, Sam Wadsworth, Steve Ouiram, Dan Salyards, John Claymon, Don Armstrong, Jim Sengpiel, Richard Evans, John Kelsey, Assistant Coach Kuester,
The junior Varsity didn't build up a very impressive record during the past season but gained invaluable experience for their future record as varsity players, and we feel that their show of loyal team spirit will pay off in the following year.
The highpoint of their year was participation in the Fresh.-Soph. Tournament held at Minonk.
El Paso 21 L.-P. Washburn 22
El Paso 22 Eureka 39
El Paso 36 Gridley 32
El Paso 40 Chenoa 48
El Paso 23 Minonk 29
El Paso 26 Roanoke-Benson 34
El Paso 36 Flanagan 45
El Paso 24 Cornel 14
El Paso 51 Forrest-S-W 53
El Paso 40 Cornel 51
El Paso 32 Minonk 46
El Paso 30 Lexington 45
El Paso 49 Gridley 25
El Paso 36 Meta mo ra 39
El Paso 32 Roanoke-Benson 45
El Paso 45 Flanagan 52
El Paso 33 Chenoa 32
El Paso 47 Lexington 55
Fresh. -Soph. Tournament
El Paso 35 Minonk 40
STANDING: Jerry Williams, Jack Radebaugh. SITTING: Terry Bohlander.
Compliments of BOWMAN’S BODY SHOPCoach Kuester, D. Mool, I. Gunn, B. Bohlander, R. Steffen.
El Paso having won Midstate two years in a row were working for the title again. The team lost their pitcher, Ivan Gunn, this season leaving only three returning lettermen to back the team.
The Comets had six returning lettermen this year to get the track season off to a good start. Our strong points were John Pinkham in the 440 and Ronnie Steffen in the broad jump.
Coach Murphy, K. Hartman, J. Graybill, D. Salyards, K. Knepp, J. Pinkham, R. Steffen.
Compliments of THE SALE BARN CAFEVARSITY: J. Hinthorne, J. Diener, J. Jones, L. Diener, L. Harshbarger, B. Toole.
At every football and basketball game throughout the year these selected girls could be seen leading rousing cheers to help the morale of the team in every way possible.
The cheers at the games weren't the whole extent of their job though. They worked many hours practicing and working on pep meetings, trying to create the special effects they needed to gain interest and spirit among the students.
These peppy twelve fans certainly deserve a lot of praise for their consistent loyalty and work.
JUNIOR VARSITY: S. Fosdick, K. Claymon, C. Kauth, J. Porter, B. Miller, K. Smoots.SEATED: Ivan Gunn, Bob Riker, Huey Harroun, Lois Diener, Dennis Cleary. STANDING: Richard Wollenschlager, Larry Stoller, Tom Lewis, Alan La Rochelle, Mr. Kays, Advisor; Terry Mool, Marjorie Herncjar, Sally Holt, Kenny Schertz.
President. . . Vice-President Secretary. . . Treasurer . .
Huey Harroun . . Bob Riker . Lois Diener . . Ivan Gunn
The school year began with a student council sponsored back-to-school sock hop. Homecoming, the most successful in years, was climaxed with the dance being held at the high school gym. The council would like to -express its thanks to the "E" Club for its part in the Homecoming decorations.
A Christmas movie, talent show, Twirp Dance, several assemblies, and placing a juke box in the student lounge are all tributes to the success of the council's year.
Compliments of SCHRAMMN'S SHOE SHOPROW ONE: J. Kelsey, D. Donze, L. McWilliams, L. Stoller, S. Holt, J. Wagner. ROW TWO: J. Heyungs, j. Shuman, L. Diener, P. Herncjar, M. Punke, C. Knepp, S. Kimpler, Mr. Murphy, Advisor. ROW THREE: T. Lewis, J. Claymon, H. Harroun, J. Wilkey, N. Gunn, J. Jones, N. Edwards.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Elpahi Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools of the El Paso High School has enjoyed its fourth year of existence since its revival.
The coveted accomplishment of membership in the society was acquired this year by two seniors, three juniors, and five sophomores. They began their membership by being initiated and by obtaining National Honor Society pins.
Membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
As members, it is their responsibility to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate desire to render service, promote worthy leadership, and encourage development of character.
PRESIDENT — HOLT l .STOLLEf? TREASURE?
Compliments of RITTERBUSCH PHARMACYROW ONE: A. Heckendorn, A. Crusius. D. Davison, S. Holt, S. Sampen, C. Vandegraft, C. Goodwin. ROW TWO: M. Yount, A. Waters, B. Toole, J. Shuman, D. Weirman, P. Meador, C. Inman. ROW THREE: C. Kauth, L. Corrigan, J. Whitwood, T. Lewis, J. Gibbons, J. Kelsey. M. Herncjar, Mr. Bailey. Advisor.
The Spanish Club, sponsored by Mr. Bailey, became active again this season after being disbanded for a year. Reorganized, the club elected the following officers:
Vice-President.......... Jane Shuman
Secretary-Treasurer .... Sally Holt
During the year, the club had parties and cooked Spanish food. One of the projects of the year was corresponding with students in foreign countries. Also, a Spanish movie was sponsored by the club.
Compliments of THE SHOE BOXROW ONE: L. Morris, J. Whitwood, S. Kimpler, J. Jones, R. Reeves, L. Graack, C. Kauth, B. Miller. ROW TWO J. Kink, C, Vandegraft, J. Shuman, S. Holt, D. Davison, S. Sampen, E. McFall, J. Hinthorne, A. Waters. ROW THREE: D. Mason, H. Thompson, B. Gossmeyer, M. Alford, B. Kinder, M. Hemcjar, D. Hartman, N. Gunn, J. Heyungs, D. Weirman, P. Meador, Mr. Bailey, Advisor.
The LIBRARY CLUB, with Mr. Bailey as the Advisor, is an organization that trains girls to become librarians. The librarians help the student body to check out books and find reference material.
Compliments of EVANS GROCERYROW ONE: Miss White, Advisor; P. Wallace, J. McClure, J. Crump, L. Harstibarger, H. Farney, H. Haas, L. Au-cutt, J. Shuman, J. Finck, J. Hinthorne, A. McClure, N. Simmons, D. Weirman, P. Meador. N. Burton, N. Edwards. ROW TWO: S. Farney, S. Bumgarner, P. Bagby, S. Bigger, J, Rippel, K. Smoots, N. Abbott, C. Vande-graft, A. Waters, J. Whitwood, J. Patterson, S. Armstrong, J. Waters, J. Wagner, B, Kinder, M. Jones. ROW THREE: R. Reeves, C. Kauth, D. Whisker, J. Meyer, N. Carls, E. Reinhardt, C, Greene, L. Brunson, L. Finck, J. Jones, K. Ulrich, D. Hunsinger, A. McClure, K. Claymon, M. Alford, B. Feeney, B. Miller. ROW FOUR: B.
Toole, P. Gunn, C. Knepp, P. Heme jar, C. Bell, S. Thorndyke, B. Gossmeyer, W. Crump, M. Haas, M. Williams, L. Graack, J. Jones, S. Kimpler, J. Diener, E. Jakob, J. Bell, S. Hunsinger, M. Herncjar, L. Diener.
The El Paso Future Homemakers of America, Chapter 17, under the supervision of Miss White, have had a very busy year. The first activities included building a Homecoming float, which, incidentally, won third place; a Hobo Day to raise money; a skating party with the F.F.A.; a wiener roast to initiate the freshmen; babysitting for the P.T.A.; a Christmas party; and a sock hop. The second semester started with a safety campaign, which was followed by the Valentine Dance; hearing a foreign speaker; a style show for the P.T.A.; and the '59-'60 year ended with the annual Family Night.ROW ONE: Mr. Sancken, Advisor; L. Neisler, C. McGhee, D. Duley, $. Wagner, W. Baker, R. Bradle, J. Kauffman, Secretary; P. Attig, J. Heyungs, T. Franklin. ROW TWO: J. Hunt, L. Stoller, Vice-President; B. Aucutt, Treasurer; K. Knepp, President; E. Roberts. J. Delaney, L. Finck, Reporter; L. Armstrong, J. Attig, S. Wadsworth. ROW THREE: D. Franklin, C. Waters, H. Armstrong, G. Bell, J. Weber, J. Ales, C. Punke, D. Kaufman, L. Messer, B. Casey, S. Patton, J. Baker. Associate Members: E. Stokes, R. Bradle.
F. F. A.
The El Paso FFA Chapter was hard at work again this year. The wheat harvest from the farm plot was quite profitable, and the field was left in legumes.
Some of the other activities were land and livestock judging, sending the officers to training school, taking an educational trip to the International Livestock Show, and holding the annual FFA Banquet.
Also the FFA members helped in community activities such as planting trees with the Kiwanians and donating to charity.ROW ONE: C. Feeney, B. Bohlander, D. Mool, H. Harroun, J. Tucker, I. Gunn, D. Cleary, K. Knepp, J. Pink-ham, R. Byrd, Mr. Sullivan, Advisor. ROW TWO: T. Lewis. A. La Rochelle, B. Riker, K. Hartman, G. Bell, J. Graybill, D. Salyards, J. Ales. ROW THREE: G. Childres, J. Claymon, T. Mool, L. Stoller, R. Steffen.
The "E" Club is composed of varsity lettermen from all sports. This year they sponsored the boys' noon hour intramural program, in which they gave two trophies. Free throw trophy was won by Chuck Feeney, and total points trophy by Don Mool. There were six intramural teams, which were coached by the varsity basketball players. The club also gave a tackling trophy in football, won by Don Mool, and a free throw in basketball, won by Tom Lewis.
New members of the "E" Club had to dress in cheerleaders' skirts and lead a pep meeting for initiation.
Secretary-Treasurer..........................Alan La Rochelle
Compliments of BRUCE AND MARY PINKHAMROW ONE: D. Hartman, P. Wallace. H. Famey, B. McWilliams. A. Heckendorn. E. McFall. N. Abbott. L. Au-cutt, S. Sampen, H. Haas, J. Shuman. A. Waters, D. Hunsinger. V. Hartman. ROW TWO: S. Famey. J. Crump, L. Harslibarger, M. Punkc,S. Holt, S. Dressier, J. Hinthorne. K. Bowman, A. McClure, N. Simmons, M. Mal-com, D. Weirman. ROW THREE: Miss Hiserodt, Sponsor; A. Crusius, D. Davison, S. Holt, M. Yount, P. Bagby, S. Bigger, J. McClure. Treasurer; L. Corrigan, Sports' Manager; L. Diener, President; N. Gunn, Vice-President;
J. Heyungs, Secretary; N. Burton. ROW FOUR: S. Gustafson. D. Whiskers, C. McKinley, J. Rippel, K. Smoots,
C. Vandegraft, J. Whitwood, J. Patterson. S. Armstrong, J. Waters, J. Wagner. B. Kinder. L. Morris. ROW FIVE:
R. Reeves. C. Kauth, M. West, J. Meyer, N. Carls, E. Reinhardt, C. Greene, L. Brunson, L. Finck, J. Jones, K.
Ulrich, A. McClure, K. Claymon, M. Alford, B. Feeney, N. Edwards. ROW SIX: B. Toole, P. Gunn, C. Knepp
P. tlcrncjar, S. Thorndyke, B. Gossmeyer, W. Crump, M. Haas, M. Williams, L. Graack, J. Jones, S. Kimpler,
J. Diener, E. Jakob, J. Bell, S. Hunsinger, M. Herncjar, B. Miller, P. Meador.
Cj. a. a.
The general purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to promote interest in girls' athletics, games, health, and sportsmanship. Through work on committees in the various activities, opportunity is offered to develop leadership. During the past year, the local organization carried out this purpose in the following activities.
Tournaments in basketball, volleyball and baseball gave opportunity to earn points toward school numerals, letters, and state awards.
In November the GAA sponsored the annual initiation parly for the freshmen. In De-cember tlx; club was host to the annual Snowball Dance.
In March, the club sponsored the annual basketball banquet in honor of the players, coach, managers, and cheerleaders. At this lyanquet the letters were awarded to basketball boys and cheerleaders.ROW ONE: Jerilyn Jones, Sandra Kimpler, Linda Edwards. ROW TWO: Connie Greene. Eleanor Reinhardt, Ronnie Steffen. Jack Radebaugh. Richard Bohrer. ROW THREE: Donna Weirman. Sally Holt. Helen Haas. Ed Roberts. Lloyd Messer. Sharon Fosdick, Leonard Neisler, Joe Wendland. Tom O'Leary. ROW FOUR- Sharon Dressier, Helen Farney, Kaylene Bowman, Frank Pfister.
The high school instrumental department, under the direction of Mr. Wayne King, has helped to highlight the year with many activities. The Marching Band was seen and enjoyed by many at the half-time football shows during each home game. The band was again seen leading the Homecoming Parade.
MARCHING BANDROW ONE: Mary Kay West, Ann Crusius, Paula Meador, Sue Sampen. ROW TWO: Terry Kimpler, Karen Maier, Susie Holt, Roger Bradle, Jane Shuman. Mignonette Alford. ROW THREE: Jerry Gray. Mary Ann Williams, Roger Henderson, Dick Donze, Carl McGhee, John Kelsey, Don Mool, Luan Corrigan, Ivan Gunn. ROW FOUR: Mr. King, Director. NOT PICTURED: Steve Quiram.
The Concert Band played two annual concerts, Christmas and Spring. They also participated in the County Band Festival and the Illinois Band Contests.
The Dance Band, a relatively new member of the band family, played for several basketball games, the Honor Day program, and the Sweetheart Dance at Lexington.
DANCE BANDINSTRUMENTAL CONTEST GROUPS
CLARINET QUARTET—FLUTE TRIO
SAX QUARTET—CLARINET TRIO
DRUM DUET, WOODWIND TRIO, MIXED CLARINET TRIO
BRASS CHOIR CAST
Melvin Foster . . . Alan La Rochelle
Dora Foster ....
Randolph Foster . . . . Jerry Williams
Barbara Winsocket . . . Bonnie Toole
Oogie Pringle . . .
Mitzi Hoffman . . . Sharon Hunsinger
Mr. Martindale............Gary Bell
Mrs. Hotchkiss . Mary Ann Williams
Eloise Hotchkiss.................Pat Wallace
Mrs. Schlutzhammer. Sandra Kimpler Rexford O'Conner . . . Ronnie Steffen Suzie O'Conner..........Nancy Burton
JUNIOR CLASS PL A Y A Date With Judy
This hilarious comedy, A DATE WITH JUDY, was performed very true to life by the Junior Class, under the direction of Mrs. Caplinger, assisted by Jerilyn Jones. The antics of Judy, such as winning many unwelcome prizes as the result of entering a variety of contests, caused one dilemma after another, much to the amusement of her kid brother, Randolph.ROW ONE: A. McClure, J. Crump, L. Harshbarger, M. Punke, S. Holt, Secretary-Treasurer; M. Herncjar, P. Meador. ROW TWO: K. Bowman, Acc; R. Reeves, N. Edwards, P. Herncjar, Vice-President; M. Yount, N. Burton, Mrs. Cox, Director. ROW THREE: L. Neisler, K. Knepp, President; J. Weber, G. Bell, B. Riker, L. Graack, L. Jones, J. Kauffman,
The El Paso High School Choral Department, under the direction of Mrs. Cox, consists of a Mixed Chorus and a Girls’ Choir.
The Mixed Chorus appeared at the Woodford County Choral Festival in Metamora and in the annual combined hand and choral Christmas Concert with the band in December. Appearances in the spring included the District Contest and the Spring Concert.
The Girls’ Chorus appeared at the annual Christmas Concert and at the Spring Concert.
ROW ONE: Mrs. Cox, Director; N. Abbot, L. Aucutt, A. Waters. S. Dressier. B. Toole, M. Malcom, S. Holt. D. Davison. C. Vandegraft, S. Sampen. ROW TWO: K. Bowman, Acc; P. Wallace, J. Shuman, A. McClure, S. Armstrong, D. Weirman, K. Maicr, J. Whitwood, S. Bumgarner, C. Knepp, S. Farney. ROW THREE: L. Brunson, K. Smoots, A. Crusius. ROW FOUR: S. Gustafson. J. Meyer, N. Simmons, M. Haas, M. Gunn, B. Feeney, L. Finck, B. Gossmeyer, W. Crump, C. Inman, K. Ulrich, D. Hunsinger.SENIORS
Linda Harshbarger, Susan Holt, Peggy Herncjar, Kaylene Bowman, Judy Crump, Marilyn Punke, Mrs. Cox, Acc.
Nancy Burton, Patsy Wallace, Rita Reeves, Bonnie Toole, Sharon Dressier, Nancy Edwards, Janet McClure, Acc.
FR ESHMEN-SOPHOMOR ES Seated: Margaret Haas, Wanda Crump. Standing: Monette Yount, Linda Finck, Donna Weirman, Sharon Farney, Marjorie Herncjar, Carol Knepp, Paula Meador, Carol Vandegraft, Arlene McClure. Not Pictured: Jane Shuman.
Paula Meador, Linda Harshbarger, Leonard Neisler, Nancy Burton, Patsy Wallace.
BOYS’ ENSEMBLE John Kauffman, Leonard Neisler, Roger Henderson, Kenny Knepp; Acc., Kaylene Bowman.Seniors - Second Place F. H. A. - Third Place
Sophomores - First Place
FreshmenThe Comets defeated the Cornell Cardinals 25 -19 in their Homecom -ing game, held October 9.
After the victory, the Student Council, with the helpofthe "E" Club, held a dance in the old gym. The music was furnished by Walt Coughlin and his band. The Homecoming theme was "Moon Glow. " At 11:00, Huey Harroun, president of Student Council announced the most valuable player of the evening, Ronnie Steffen. Following this announcement, Ronnie crowned our Queen, Lois Diener. Her attendants were Linda Harshbarger, Senior; Judy Diener, Junior; Wanda Crump, Sophomore; and Sally Holt, Freshman.
Snowball Dance King and Queen
The 1959 Snowball Dance was a nice success due to the work of the GAA with help from the "E" Club. The king and queen who were announced at the dance were Don Mool and Judy Hinthorne. Their attendants were Susie Holt, NeIda Gunn, Dennis Cleary, and Ivan Gunn.
Here are some snapshots from the 1959 Prom.GIRLS’ INTRAMURALS
ROW ONE: L. Diener, L. Harshbarger, N. Gunn, J. Hinthorne, J. Bell. ROW TWO: P. Herncjar, L. Morris, M. Punke, J. Heyungs, S. Holt, K. Bowman, M. Alford, J. Crump.
SOPHOMORES ROW ONE: B. Gossmeyer, D. Hartman, J. Porter,
B. Miller, L. Finck, K. Gilliland, S. Farney, M. Haas, J. Whitwood, M. Herncjar. ROW TWO: C. Kauth, J. Finck, D. Weirman, P. Meador, C. Knepp, W. Crump, J. Jones, B. Feeney, P. Gunn.
ROW ONE: B. Toole, J. Diener, M. Williams, E. Jakob, J. Patterson, L. Graack, L. Corrigan, J. Jones, S. Kimpler, N. Edwards, J. Wagner. ROW TWO:
H. Famey, V. Hartman, J. McClure, S. Dressier,
E. Reinhardt, C. Greene, R. Reeves, N. Burton, S. Hunsinger, S. Bigger, P. Bagby, P. Wallace.
ROW ONE: M. Malcom, H. Haas, L. Aucutt, D. Davison, S. Holt, A. Crusius, K. Ulrich, S. Sampen, A. McClure, C. McKinley. ROW TWO: J. Waters,
S. Gustafson, M. Yount, N. Simmons, K. Claymon, A. McClure, D. Hunsinger, S. Armstrong, B. McWilliams, M. West.BOYS’ INTRAMURALS
SILKIES: B. Riker, J. Tucker, Coach J. Wilkey, G. GUNNERS: J. Williams, J. Wendland, S. Franklin,
Waller, C. Waters, C. Feeney. Not Pictured: J. R. Remmers, Coach I. Gunn, D. Mool, H. Burtis, J.
Meyer. League Champions. Delaney.
DUCKBILLS: R. Abbott, R. Steffen, T. Bohlander, A. ROCKETS: P. Attig, D. Hall, G. Armstrong, Coach
Inman, Coach J. Graybill, G. Punke, C. McGhee, L. A. La Rochelle, D. Cleary, L. Stoller.
PUNKIES: B. Holt, H. Sprehe, C. Armstrong, K. LEACHES: D. Duley, J. Garrels, L. Seggerman,
Knepp, Coach J. Pinkham, H. Harroun, K. Schertz, Coach T. Lewis, D. Kaufman, R. Byrd, J. Holt.
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Class Brunette ..........
Class Blonde ............
Most Handsome Boy . . . . Most Mannerly Boy . . . . Most Mannerly Girl . . .
test Dancers ............
Class Poet ..............
Class Busy-Body .........
Study Hall Walker........
Class Gossipers .........
Most Wide-awake Senior .
Most Popular Girl........
Judy Hinthome Kaylene Bowman Helen Thompson . . . Ken Knepp . . . Ken Knepp .... Judy tell . Janet Heyungs . . Lois Diener . Janet Heyungs Steve Franklin Barbara Kinder . Judy Hinthorne . . . Ray Byrd Helen Thompson . . . Ivan Gunn . . . John Attig Terry Bohlander Steve Patton Judy Hinthorne John Pinkham . Arthur Inman Terry Bohlander Judy Crump . Arthur Inman . Harold Burtis . . . Susan Holt Glen Waller . . . Susan Holt . . John Tucker . . . Susan Holt Marilyn Punke Peggy Herncjar . Huey Harroun . Huey Harroun Kay Burroughs . . .Jim Wilkey . . Lois Diener . . School Song . Frank Pfister . . 12 Midnight
Most Popular Boy.................... Don Mool
Class Joker.........................John Tucker
Silliest Senior...........Loretta Morris
test Dressed Girl...........Susan Holt
test Dressed Boy............John Pinkham
Most Artistic Girl .........Nelda Gunn
Peppiest Senior.........Chuck Feeney
Diginified Seniors.........Marilyn Punke
Sophisticated Senior................Judy Crump
Most Likely to Succeed . . Arthur Inman
Class Go-getter.............Susan Holt
Musical Boy.................Ken Knepp
Musical Girl ...........Kay Burroughs
Class Wisecracker . Charles Armstrong
Class Grumbler..........Ron Remmers
test Actress .... Linda Harshbarger
Class Cut-up................Joint White
Night Owl...............Larry Edwards
That Ipana Smile...................Jerry Meyer
Most Feuding Couple .Linda Harshbarger
Girl with the test Figure . Marilyn Punke Girl with the test Legs . Kaylene Bowman
Prettiest Hair..........Loretta Morris
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Class Love Bird ........Judy Hinthorne
Most Thoughtful Person . Barbara Kinder
Class Loafer................Jerry Bagby
Favorite Subjects . . . Modern Problems
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