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

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EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL 1964 COMETEER TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION........................................ 3-8 SENIORS........................................... 9 " 22 JUNIORS...........................................23 ‘ 26 SOPHOMORES........................................27 ‘ 30 FRESHMEN...........................................31-34 ATHLETICS.........................................35 ' 48 ORGANIZATIONS.....................................49 " 66 ACTIVITIES....................................... 67 80Co-Editors Steve Schertz Jane Stoller Pro Photographer------------------------Mr. Vallow Assistant Photographer------------------Ron Mayne Business Manager-------------------------Rita Yates Administration and Faculty..........Norma Armstrong Nancy Talbert Penny Ludwig Maxine Ewert Senior Class...........................Bev Ortman Carol Sturm Judy Lewis Class Will................—.......— Kathy Dodson Sarah Lebo Underclassmen------------------------Wilma Poole Reann Benson Athletics..............................David Roy Gary Flanigan Jim White Ray Barker Newspaper----------------------------Jean Shuman Kathy Dodson Pat Martin Student Council National Honor Society fc. vvIUD Key Club Library Club r. n. F.F. A. Sue Graack Other Dances Senior Play Steve Jefferies Snapshots Calendar Connie Lock 2BOARD OF EDUCATION LEFT TO RIGHT - Seated - Melvin Mooreland, Dwain Mool, Kenneth Crusius. Standing - Dr. Robert Lykkebak. Art Grube, Lawrence Guard, Gene Wilkey. JOSEPHINE MORRIS Secretary to Supt. LORETTA TIPLER Secretary to Principal CATHERINE BRUCE, R. N. School NurseSUPERINTENDENT WALTER M. CLAGGETT James Millikin University, A. B. University of Illinois, M. A. George Washington University May this book, in the years to come, serve as a reminder to you, of your joy, activities, friendships, and accomplishments while in El Paso High School. May you be equally happy and successful in your chosen life work. Congratulations, Class of 1964. PRINCIPAL WILLIAM A. McNEALY Illinois State University, B. S. University of Illinois, M. S. Congratulations and best wishes to the graduating class of 1964. Each one of you has completed a step in life’s ladder. Take what you have and always strive to go forward. The class of 1964 has been the largest class ever to graduate from El Paso High School. Your class made a mark in our school which will be hard to equal. Work as hard in life as you have while with us, and I am sure your life will be filled with happiness. 5Jr ' DIANE ALT Girls Chorus, Mixed Chorus Boys Ensemble, Girls Octet, Girls Sextet; I. S. U., B. S. MARTHA BICKLEY Typing I, II, Bookkeeping, Shorthand I, II, Yearbook Advisor Ball State Teachers College, A. B. Univ. of Wis. GENE CWICK Football Coach I. S.U., B. S. MARGARET DRESSLER English II, Librarian Sophomore Class Advisor I.S.U., B.E., M.S. LINDA INGOLD Girls P, E., Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, Varsity Cheerleaders, G, A, A., Junior Class Advisor I, S.U., B. S. GARRY GARLISH Voc. Agriculture Freshman Advisor, Agriculture Advisor, F.F, A. Univ, of 111,, B. S. CAROL JONES Spanish I, II, French I, II, Spanish Club, French Club I. S.U., B. A. MICHAEL GROSE English I. Ill School Newspaper Advisor Junior Class Play Director I. S. U., B. S. KARMY KAYS Algebra I, Geometry, Ad. Math, Trigonometry, 4th yr. Mathematics, Student Council, Senior Class Advisor, Western 111., B. S. Colo. State Col. of Ed., M.A.DONALD LA FOND Biology, General Science, Driver Education, Football Line Coach and Wrestling Coach I. S.U., B. S. NORMA MARTIN Home Economics, F. H. A. Advisor, Senior Class Advisor I. S.U., B.S. BRUCE MURPHY American History, World History, Basketball Coach, Track Coach Springfield Jr. College, A. A. Western Illinois Univ., B.S. Univ. of 111., M.Ed. ELDO ROY Chemistry, Physics, Physical Science, Practical Mathematics Oakland City College, A. B., Ind. Univ.; Millikin Univ.; I.S.U. H. E. RECKLING Industrial Arts I, II, III Junior Class Advisor Eastern 111. Univ., B. Ed. Indiana Univ., M. S. Instrumental Music, High School Band, Grade School Band, Instrumental Beginners, High School Stage Band, Grade School Dance Band; 111. Wesleyan Univ., B. M.E JOHN McCRACKEN Social Science, Boys Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach Eureka College, B.A. RETA RINKENBERGER English IE, IV, Speech Senior Play Director I.S.U., B.S. J. LINDLEY STEERE Modem Problems, Guidance Director; Eastern 111. Univ., B. S.; Ball State Teachers College, M.A. 7COOKS L. to R. Crump, Sena; Roth, Bernice; Bell, Louise; Harris, Edith; Hicks, Nell; Not Pictured: Ball, Rose; Gottel, Alena JANITORS L. to R. Arbuckle, Charles; Phillis, Gene 1 BUS DRIVERS Row 1: L to R Benson, Roger; Burroughs, Wayne; Burroughs, Glen; Jones, Franklin; Crawford, Gordon; Thorndyke, Harold; Row 2: L to R Lock, Floyd; Cline, Larry; Kauth, JamesNORMA ARMSTRONG "Very good, awfully sweet; This young lady's hard to beat," Chorus 1; F.H. A. 1, 2, 3,4; G. A, A. 1,2, 3,4; Sec. 4; Annual Staff; Pep Club 3 Ambition: To be a success MARY ANN AYLWARD "Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow. F. H. A. 1,4; French Club 4; Library Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3; Annual Staff; Pep Club 3 Ambition: To have fun while I’m young and then be a successful adult. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS L. to R. standing C. Sturm Student D. Jones Council D. Birch Members S. Schertz L. to R. sitting L. Stauter V. Pres. N. Finck Treas. M. Ewert Sec. J. Stoller Reporter B. Casey Pres. (not pictured) LARRY BAUGH "Hold the fort! I'm coming!!" F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 4; Wrestling 2,3,4 Ambition: United States Air Force BILL BAKER "I shall have more to say when I am dead." F.F.A. 1,2 Ambition: Engineer 10RAYMOND BARKER "He is such a bashful lad until you know him." Key Club 3,4; Sec. 4; Annual Staff; Football Manager 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Manager 3 Ambition: Mechanical Engineer REANN BENSON "That happy go steady look. " French Club 1; Library Club 3; Annual Staff Ambition: Beautician FRANK BETTS "A likeable fellow with a breezy air; There's nothing he won't do or dare. " Transfer from Eureka High School; F. F. A. 4; Track 4 Ambition: Organic Chemistry Technician DUANE BIRCH "An argument, an argument, my kingdom for an argument. " Student Council 4; Band 3,4; Dance Band 4; Chorus 2, 3; A. F. S. 2, 3,4; French Club 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3,4; Pres. 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Football 1,2, 3; Wrestling 2; Pep Club 3 Ambition: Parmer in a law firm ETTA BREACH "No woman dares express all she thinks." Library Club 3; Annual Staff Ambition: Nursing BOB CASEY "I was grateful to be able to answer promptly. I did. I said I didn't know." F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; Treas. 3; Class Pres. 4; Track 1, 2 Ambition: To have a little fun in lifeBERT CONSTANT "After love, basketball is the most exhilarating sport of all!!" Student Council 3; Reporter 3; Chorus 3; French Club 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4; "E" Club 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3; Jr. Play; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1.2,3 Ambition: College KATHY DODSON "A smile that wins the heart. A twinkling eye full of mischief." Chorus 2; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Recreation Chr. 4; G. A. A. 1,2, 3,4; Points Chr. 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff; Pep Club 1, 3 Ambition: Commercial Teacher BOB DONZE "He thinks and thinks and thinks--once in awhile." Band 1,2,4; Dance Band 1,2,4; French Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Pres. 4; Annual Staff; Basketball 4; Wrestling 4 Ambition: College RICHARD DRESSLER "It is a great thing, I think, to be a man.” Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 3; Chorus 3; A. F. S. 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Football 1, 2, 3; Manager 2, 3; Track 2 Ambition: Anesthetist MAXINE EWERT "A winning way, a pleasant smile, a kindly word for all. " Chorus 1,2,4; Ensembles 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Library Club 2; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Class Treas. 3; Class Sec. 4; Pep Club 3; Transfer from Normal Community Ambition: To find more happiness and make more friends. NORA FINCK "The world’s a bubble; she'll burst it with a joke. ” F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1,2, 3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff; Class Treas. 4; Homecoming Queen; Pep Club 1, 3 Ambition: Midstate CollegeGARY FLANIGAN "Bom with the gift of laughter and a sense that all the world is mad." Spanish Club 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff; Football 1,2,3 Ambition: College SUE GRAACK "She's very quiet, never makes much noise, but oh, those eyes she makes at the boys!" F. H. A. 1,2, 3,4; G. A. A. 1,2,3; Reporter 2; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Class V. Pres. 1; Homecoming Attendant 2; Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 1, 3 Ambition: Medical Secretary DEAN GREENWOOD "There is history in all men's lives. " Transfer from Minonk High School Ambition: Commercial artist or mechanic and body man TERRY HARRIS "Who, me??" F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; V. Pres. 4; Wrestling 3,4 Ambition: Farming JIM HINTHORNE "Full of fun from dawn to sun, his jalopy can really run. " Band 1,2,3; Efficiency manager 1, 2; Ensembles 1,2; "E" Club 3,4; St. Play Promptor; Annual Staff; Basketball Manager 2,3; Track 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 2,4; Wrestling 3,4 Ambition: Mechanical Engineer BETTY JARMAN "Nothing succeeds like success." Transfer from Roanoke High School; Honor Society 2,3,4 Ambition: Secretary 13DIANE JONES "My toil is done, my work just begun." Student Council 4; Honor Society 2,3, 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Assis. Sec. 2; Publicity Chr. 3; Librarian 4; Dance Band 2,3,4; Chorus 3; Ensembles 1,2, 3,4; French Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Library Club 2.3; Newspaper Staff 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Class V. Pres. 2; Class Salutatorian 4 Ambition; Foreign language teacher SARAH LEBO "She is known to be quiet. Yet some day she may cause a riot." Chorus 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Historian 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,3 Ambition; College-Business Education JUDY LEWIS "A lifetime of happiness coming her way, more fun and more friends with each passing day!" F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Pari. 3; Spanish Club, 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Jr. Play Cast, prompter; Sr. Play Cast; Annual Staff: Cheerleader, 1,3; Pep Club 1,3 Ambition; Elementary teacher CONNIE LOCK "Light of heart, quick of step, here’s a girl that's full of pep." F.H.A. 1,2,3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff, 4; Annual Staff; Cheerleader, 1; Pep Club, 1,3 Ambition: Marriage PENNY LUDWIG 14 I "Life is just a bowl of cherries! " ' Chorus, 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. I 1; Spanish Club, 2; Annual, 4; Pep Club, 3 Ambition: Business College and a happy successful future." DON LYKKEBAK "E'en tho' vanquished, he could argue still." Band, 1,2,3,4, President 4; Dance Band, 1,2,3,4; Chorus, 1,3; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; French j Club, 2,3,; Key Club 2,3,4, Lieu-I tenant Governor 3, Illinois-low a Dis-II trict Treas. 4: "E" Club 3,4; News-I paper Staff 3; Senior Play; Annual Staff Class V. Pres. 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2; Pep Club 3 Ambition: CollegeDENNIS MAIER "Anything's alright with me!!" F.F.A. 1,2 Ambition: Undecided PAT MARTIN "Little Bittie Pretty One. " F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; French Club 2; Annual Staff; Class Secretary 2; Homecoming Attendant 1 Cheerleader 2,4 Ambition: Hairdresser RONALD MAYNE "I have learned to be content." Unit Band Manager 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; F.F.A. 1,2; Senior Play; Annual Staff Ambition: Biology Teacher ROGER MILLER "Smile with an intent to do mischief!!" A.F.S. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; "E" Club 2,3,4; Vice Pres. 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Manager 4; Baseball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Snowball King 4 Ambition: College ROGER NOHREN "I have been acquainted with the night ." Spanish Club 2; Football 1; Basketball 2; Track 3 Ambition: College MARSHALL NEISLER "But yet.. .he made a thousand friends." Student Council 1,2,3; Honor Society 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Ensembles 2,3,4; F.F.A. 2,3,4; French Club 2; Key Club 2,3,4; Annual Staff; Class Treasurer 1; Class President 2: Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4 Ambition: Agricultural pursuit (farmer) 15BEVERLY ORTMANN "A jolly gal and full of fun, she's always nice to everyone. " F. H.A. 1,2,3,4; Public Relations Chairman 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Points Chairman 4; A.F.S. 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Junior Play Cast; Senior Play Cast; Annual Staff; Pep Club 1.3 Ambition: Secretary - Marriage SALLY PATTERSON "Love is an Art, and the greatest of Arts." Chorus 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3.4; G. A.A. 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff; Snow Ball Queen 4 Ambition: Secretary - Marriage JACK PFISTER "Who dares accuse me of studying?” Ambition: Undecided WILMA POOLE "One enemy is too much!" Chorus 4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Sports Manager 4; Library Club 1,2; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff Ambition: Airline Stewardess or Secretary ANN RADEBAUGH "Ever true to her work, her word, and her friends." Band 1,2,3,4; Librarian 3; Vice-President 4; Chorus 1; Ensembles 1,3; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Library Club 2,3; Reporter 3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual Staff; Pep Club 3 Ambition: Registered Nurse JEANETTE RICE "A favorite among her friends." Ambition: Secretary - MarriageCHERYL ROBERTS "We dare not write that we know-- Home this book will go. ” Student Council 1; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,4; 2nd VP; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; A.F.S. 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Treas. 3; Sec. 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Feature Ed. 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Class Sec. 3; Pep Club 1, 3 Ambition: College DAVID ROY "I shall either find a way or make one!" Student Council 3; French Club 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3; "E" Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Annual Staff; Class Pres. 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 2,3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3,4 Ambition: Mathematician JOHN RUNDLES "The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it. " Transfer from Albuquerque, New Mexico; F.F.A. 3,4; "E" Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Football 3,4; Basketball 3,4 Ambition: College STEPHEN SCHERTZ "Observe the opportunity! The opportunity is his!" Student Council 1,2, 3,4, Pres. 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; "E" Club 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Pres. 1; Homecoming King; Football 1,2, 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4 Ambition: College RICHARD SCHRECK "I believe that in the end the truth will conquer. " F. F. A. 1, 2; A. F. S. 4; French Club 2; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff Ambition: College JEAN SHUMAN "Laugh and be merry, remember, better the world with a song. " Student Council 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,4, All State Del. 4; Ensembles 1,2, 3,4; F. H. A. 2,3,4; Rec. Leader 3; VP 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; A. F. S. 2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3, Pres. 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Newspaper Staff 3,4, Ass. Ed.-in-Chief 3, Ed. 4; Jr. Play; Annual Staff; Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 1.3 Ambition: College-Elem. Teacherz LINDA STAUTER "Talking, teasing, full of wit, she likes cheerleading quite a bit!! ” Chorus 1; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; Public Relations Chr. 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Library Club 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Class VP 4; Homecoming Att. 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3,4, Captain 4; Pep Club 1,3 Ambition: Commercial Teacher JANE STOLLER "Quiet and sweet and hard to pass, Is this adorable little lass. " Honor Society 2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Treas. 2; Librarian 3,4; Dance Band 2, 3,4; Ensembles 1,2, 3,4; F.H. A. 1,2, 3,4, Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4, Sec. 3; A. F. S. 2,3,4, Rep. 3; VP 4; Library Club 2,3; Sec. 2, Pres. 3; Newspaper Staff 3; Sr. Play-Stu. Dir.; Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Ed. 4; Class Sec. 1; Class Treas. 2; Class Rep. 4; Pep Club 1; D. A. R.; Valedictorian Ambition; Registered Nurse CAROL STURM "Always on hand when there's work to be done but never too busy to join in the fun!!" Student Council 4; Honor Society 2,3, 4; Band 2,3,4; Maj. 2; Drum Maj. 3, 4; Chorus 1; Ensembles 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; VP 2,3; Pres. 4; French Club 2, 3; VP 3; Library Club 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Jr. Play-Stu. Dir.; Sr. Play; Annual Staff; PepClub3 Ambition: Elementary Teacher LONNIE SUMMY "Someday I will cast off my boyish pranks and become a man!!" Chorus 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; Newspaper Staff 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Track 2, 3,4; Wrestling 4 Ambition: Journalism MARGARET SUNKEL "He who laughs best today, will also laugh last!" Chorus 1,2, 3,4; F. H. A. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; French Club 2; Library Club 2,3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Jr. Play; Annual Staff Ambition: Registered Nurse NANCY TALBERT " Small and full of dynamite. " Chorus 1,2,4; Ensembles 1,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; VP 4; Spanish Club 2; Annual Staff Ambition: Secretary ✓ 1 r 18CLYDE TEGARD "Early to bed, early to rise, And you miss the best part of the day. " "E" Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4 Ambition: College SANDY THOMPSON CREMER "My true-love hath my heart, and I have his. “ Ambition: Housewife ELLEN TIPLER "A charming miss from any view, loves good times and has them, too!" F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Second Vice Pres. 2, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Library Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Pep Club 1,3 Ambition: Secretary KAAREN TOUREEN "I shall laugh myself to death. " G.A.A. 2.3; Ambition: I.B.M. Iterator GARY VOGEL "O mischief, thou art quick to enter my brain!" Spanish Club 1,2,3.4, Pres.4; "E" Club 3,4; Annual Staff; Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2 Ambition: College JIM WALLACE "Like Napoleon--small but mighty." Chorus 1,2; Spanish Club 2; Jr. Play; Track 2; Baseball 2; Wrestling 2 Ambition: BarberTOM WESSEL "Worry never made a great man, so why worry?" Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff; Baseball 4 Ambition: Commercial' Artist or Automobile Body Specialist Painter JIM WHITE "To find for work some substitute, that is my aim. ” F. F.A. 4; "E" Club 3,4; Annual Staff; Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4 Ambition: Automobile Mechanic RITA YATES "When silence speaks for love She has much to say." G. A.A. 1; Library Club 2,3; Jr. Play; Annual Staff, Bus. Mgr. Ambition: Bookkeeper and Marriage MIKE YOUNT "When I feel like exercising I just lie down the feeling goes away." Newspaper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff; Track 4 Ambition: Service Station Attendant 20CLASS WILL Norm Armstrong. Ic v« my l«n r writing to anyone with guy In the service. Mary Ann Aylward. leave my ability to get along with my parents to Marilyn Peters. Larry Baugh, leave □ Paso High heading for the closest drag strip. Bill Baker, leave this school, we weren't meant far each ocher anyway. Raymond Barker, leave my bright red hair to anyooe who wants it. Reann Benson, leave my lutl red bug to anyooe who Is willing to take a chance. Frank Bens, leave my ability to go Bare footed in P. E. to anyooe who can’t afford to buy gym shoes. Duane Birch, leave my love for a hot student-teacher debate to anyooe who has great lung power. Etta Breach, leave my talkative ways to Treva McFall. Bob Casey, leave my good looks to George Aldrich. Ben Constant, leave fighting with Linda. Kathy Dodson, leave my forgetful ways to jean Patton. Bob Dome, leave my love for College English to anyone who can stand it. Richard Dressier, leave to Karmy Kay’s Jr. all the responsibilities entailed with being an F.K. (faculty kid.) -poor thing' I. Maxine Ewen. leave Q Paso High School to my sister--I. Nora Finck. leave my study antics to Martha Me Gough. I. Cary Flanigan, leave my nickname Flash" to anyone fast enough to catch it. I. Sue Graack, leave my scatter-brain ways to Lois Reeves. I. Dean Greenwood, leave, and that should please everyone. I. Terry Harris, leave my love for school to anyone who wants it. U Jim Hlnthome. leave my 6th hour seat In the office to Pat Edwards. I. Betty Jarman, leave my speed In taking dictation to anyooe fast enough to keep up with It. I. Diane Jones, leave my ability to lose and forget everything and still come oik OK to anyone else with muddled brains and lots a( luck. L Sarah Lebo. leave my nickname Leboo to anyone who has a name that the P.E. teacher can’t prooounce. L Judy Lewis, leave my ability to dance to Pat Jannsen. I. Connie Lock, leave happily with Jamcsle. I. Penny Ludwig, leave1 knew I’d forget something1 L Don Lykkebak. leave my conservative political opinions and persistance to remain outspoken on my can vtctloas to anyone willing to carry on my debates with Mr. Sucre. I, Dennis Males, leave my way with women to Bobby Seggerman. 1, Pat Martin, leave my teased hair and a year’s supply of hair spray to Sue a import. I. Ronald Mayne. leave Mr. Swain in the under loving care of the next Unit Band manager. L Roger Miller, leave my speed In the 100 yard dash to Doug Shadewaldt. I. Roger Nohem. leave in my Chevy beading "way up North' amongst the Mohawks. I. Marshall Neisler. leave, seeing red." I. Beverly Ortmann. leave what's left of my gym suit to any needy person, and they have to be needy. L Sally Paterson, leave heading 'West.' Walt Loren, here I come' I. Jack Pfliter, leave....................walking. I. Wilma Poole, leave my G. A. A. suckers to Margie. Kay and Vicki. They sure were good'" I. Ann Rad b ugh. leave my blue eye and brown eye to anyooe who wants to be a freak of nature. " (Dear Abby’s definition) I. Cheryl Roberts, leave my "Old Bomb' to anyooe who can find It and unhook it from the fence! 1. Jeanette Rice, leave my knowledge in Bookkeeping to Sue Stlmpert. L David Roy. leave my football tactics to Bill Seggerman. L John Bundles, leave my great height to Bob A mg. He needs U. L Steve Schertx. leave all my headaches with the Student Council to next year's Prexy. I. Richard Schieck. leave Mr. Murphy consoled by the thought that for the next 8 yean one of my kid brothers will be replacing me in this high school. L Jeanne Shuman, leave my love for Mr. La Food and Mr. McCracken to Lois Reeves, good care of them. I. Linda St a uter. leave saying to Diane Robe rite In. 'Why are we always in a Constant BtV I. Jane Stoiler, leave---wait girls. I can’t find another gym shoe. I. Carol Sturm, leave my strut and place before the band to Joan Edwards. U Lonnie Summy. leave 2-1 2 Inches of my height to the person 1 believe needs It--Bryan Jeffreys. I. Margaret Sunkcl. leave my ability to understand chemistry to anyone who just happens to have an extra credit. L Nancy Talbert, leave my ability to flirt to my sister. Linda, who needs no coaching. L Clyde Tcgard. leave my chivch key to Jim Feeney. U Sandy Thompaon. leave with the name Mrs. Diane Cremer. L Ellen Tipler. leave being glad it's Mom left behind instead of me. I. Karen Tourecn. leave glad to get out of this place. L Gary Vogel, leave my choice wise cracks to Gary Hocker. I, Jim Wallace, leave my seat In Mr. McNealy’s office to anyone who has time to use it at least once a day. 1. Tom Westel. leave my art of watching the ceiling in 4th hour study hall to Mrs. 1. Jim White, leave my height and muscles to Joey Breach, he needs ’em. 1. Rita Yates, leave with a Punk . 1. Mike Yount, leave................taking everything with me. I’m sure she'll take Jones. 21JANE STOLLER STEPHEN SCHERTZ DIANE JONES Valedictorian S.A.R. Salutatorian D.A.R. TOP TEN SENIORS based on seven semesters Jane Stoller.............................................................3.93 Diane Jones..............................................................3.84 Steve Schertz.........................................................3.81 Jeanne Shuman............................................................3.80 Carol Sturm .............................................................3.55 Don Lykkebak..............;..............................................3.46 Raymond Barker...........................................................3.42 Cheryl Roberts...........................................................3.39 Marshall Neisler.........................................................3.29 Betty Jarman 3.21Aldrich, George Armstrong, John Attig, Bob Ay 1 ward, Leon Betts, Don Boertlein, Robert Bohlander, Jerry Brady, Terry Breach, Donald Breach, Linda Brown, Mike Brush, Dick Burroughs, David Casey, Pete Brown, Mike President Jeffreys, Steve Vice-President Patton, Jean Secretary Krug, Carol Treasurer Reeves, Sharon Edwards, Joan Burroughs, David Wagner, Jeff Student Council RepresentativesCopeland, Alvia Edwards, Joan Evans, Ronnie Feeney, Jim FitzHenry, Sandra Gingerich, Sharon Grube, Garry Haas, Leo Harms, Connie Harrawood, Bill Harp, Lowell Hocker, Gary Hunsinger, Peggy Jakob, Pat Jeffreys, Steve Jones, Richard Win r ' rr Jording, Dennis I Kearfott, Jack r , v i Kraft, Larry Kaufman, Karen Kaufman, Bob Knapp, Larry Knepp, Robert Krug, Carol 25Lampe, Tim Lowder, Don McFall, Treva Patton, Jean Porth, Elaine Reeves, Lois Reeves, Sharon Rinkenberger, Mike Roeske, Bill Rosenbury, Mark Scheer, Dora Schlipf, Dale Schopp, Drew Scott, Stephen Seggerman, Bill Servis, Ronald Shoemaker, Ronnie Stimpert, Sue Sunkel, Ralph Terven, Lynda Wagner, Jeff Waters, John Woosley, Ralph Wright, Howard 26Arbuckle, Nancy Arends, Debbie Armstrong, Ellen Armstrong, Evelyn Armstrong, Vicky Ballard, John Barker, Alice Bradle, Mary Breach, Joey Brunson, Cheryl Carrithers, David Constant, Steve Cooley, Florence Crusius, Jon Duffy, Maureen Evans, Roger Everett, James Faulk, Dennis Standing: L. to R, Student Council Representatives: Doug Quiram Kay Ingerski Gary Harp Seated: Tom Harvey, President Bryan Jeffries, Vice-Pres. Vicky Armstrong, Secretary Dallas Schuler, Treasurer 28Flanigan, Kent Graybill, Judy Greenwood, Pat Harp, Gary Harper, Carolyn Harrawood, Larry Harvey, Tom Hinthorne, Harry Hostetler, Eugene Hunsinger, Karen Hunt, Fred Ingerski, Kay Jackson, Mike Janssen, Patricia Jeffreys, Bryan Kaufman, Leslie Kellerhals, Gloria Kingdon, Barbara Kraft, Gary Krieg, Mike Lindsey, Jennifer Lowder, Linda Martin, Kathy McKinley, DonaldMcMillian, Dennis McWilliams, Dicky Mool, Carol Moreland, Gail Patterson, Laura Peters, Marilynn Pfister, Alice Pinkham, Marjorie Quiram, Douglas Reel, James Rist, Mickey Robenstein, Diane Scheer, Mike Schmitt, George Schuler, Dallas Scott, Mary Smith, Charles Smith, James Sparks, David Summy, Meriam Talbert, Linda Van Scyoc, Allene Wagner, Hank Williams, Donna 30Aldrich, Ray Aylward, Marcella Ballard, Norma Barker, Dave Bell, Virginia Benedict, Donald Bohlander, Richard Brown, Pat Brush, Greg Craig, Danny Etcheson, Jon Duffy, Myra Duley, Darlene Durbin, Anna Edwards, Patsy A Evans, Christine pi Evans, Karen A Ewert, Billie Jo Stoller, Jim President Hankey, John Vice-President Krug, Susan Secretary-Treasurer Wickenhauser, Charles Roberts, Keith Student Council Representatives 32Faulk, Gary Finck, Dave Graber, Henry Greene, Jim Grube, Dennis Gustafson, Mildred Haas, Kathy Haas, Marilyn Hankey, John Harroun, Dennis Hartman, Karen Hartman, William Hering, Larry Hielscher, Gayle Hinthorne, Jerry Hooker, Nancy Hodel, Vicki Hoobler, Wesley Jarman, Delmar Kaufman, Sharon Kays, Karmy Kearfott, Joyce Kellerhals, Mike Kelsey, Keith Kilpatrick, Donna Kilpatrick, Larry Kingdon, Duane Krug, Susan Lay, Jerry Lindsey, Donald Mahaffey, Linda McClure, Donna McFall, Joseph 33McFall, Patricia McGhee, Genice McGough, Martha McGuire, David McWilliams, Mike Neisler, David Ortmann, Bonnie Pollock, Bonita Punke, Nancy Reeves, Larry Rist, Robert Roberts, Keith Roeske, Ronald Rossman, Thomas Sampen, John Sauder, Connie Schlipf, Elaine Seggerman, Bobby Seidel, Carol Shade waldt, Douglas Snodgrass, Robert Steffen, Daniel Stimpert, Danny Stoller, Jim Vandergraft, Shirley Vogel, Marcia White, Helen Wickenhauser, Charles Wickenhauser, Tom Wright, Jerry Woosley, Marjorie 34Row 1: L. to R., Feeney, Jim; Armstrong, John; Knapp, Larry; Scherts, Steve; Tegard, Clyde; Vogel, Gary; Rundles, John; Lykkebak, Don; Roy, David; Kearfott, Jack; Evans, Ron; Harvey, Tom. Row 2: Harp, Gary; Brown, Mike; Hocker, Gary; Haas, Leo; Kaufman, Bob; Finck, Dave; Schuler, Dallas; Seggerman, Bill; Rosenbury, Mark; Sunkel, Ralph; Jefferies, Steve; Bohlander, Jerry; Jefferies, Brian. Row 3: Coach Gene Cwick; Lindsey, John; McKinley, Don; Kelsey, Keith; Hankey, John; McMillian, Dennis; Sparks, Dave; Krieg, Mike; Evans, Roger; Roeske, Ron; Bohlander, Rick; Shadewaldt, Doug; Coach McCracken; Coach LaFond. Row 4: Hinthorne, Harry, Mgr.; Harroun, Dennis; Steffen, Danny; Hartman, Bill; McGuire, Dave; Craig, Danny; Wikenhauser, Chuck; Seggerman, Bob; Kays, Karmy; Etcheson, Jon; Stimpert, Danny; Kingdon, Duane; Brush, Gregg; Wagner, Hank, Mgr. The Comets ended the season with 3 wins, 5 losses, and 1 tie. They had a 3, 2, and 1 record in a very close conference race. The Comets started the season with losses to Eureka and Gridley, but came back to tie Flanagan and win impressive victories over Cornell and Lexington. They then won a close homecoming victory over Chenoa. The season ended with losses to Minonk, Morton, and Metamora. 1963 WIN - LOSS RECORD Date Opponent We Score They Sept. 13 Eureka 0 6 Sept. 20 •Gridley 12 19. Sept. 27 •Flanagan 19 19 Oct. 4 •Cornell 27 0 Oct. 11 •Lexington 41 0 Oct. 18 •Chenoa 7 6 Oct. 25 •Minonk 6 25 Nov. 1 Morton 0 24 Nov. 8 Metamora 13 24 Conference GamesBin Seggerman Jim Feeney . , Mark Rosenbury DaUas Schuler 7 Dave Finck i, 37Larry Knapp Leo Haas Tom Harvey Coaches, Trophy Winners, and All Conference Winners L. to R,: Gene Cwick, Coach: Steve Schertz, A.C. End; Roger Miller, A, C, Back; Larry Knapp, Most Valuable Player; John Rundles, A.C, Guard; Dallas Schuler, Tackling Trophy, A.C. Linebacker; John Armstrong, A.C. Back; Donald La Fond, Assistant Coach; John McCracken, Assistant Coach 38Row 1; left to right: G. Harp, D. Harroun, H. Wagner, R. Rist, H. Hinthome, J, Wagner, R. Donze, Row 2; D. McGuire, D, McKinley, M. Brown, Capt. D. Roy, S. Schertz, D. Finck, R. Evans, M. Scheer, Row 3: Coach Don LaFond, L. Reeves, L. Kaufman, J. Bohlander, S. Jefferies. Jim Hinthome, K. Flanigan, J. Sampen, D. Barker, J. Hinthome WRESTLING Octavia H H. 32 O. 16 The wrestling team finished its second scheduled year by winning six of the fifteen meets and placing second in the Second Metamora T 9 39 Annual Quadrangle meet held at El Paso. The team was Trinity H 39 6 assigned to the Pekin district and attended this year for the first Le Roy T 22 25 time. Steve Schertz and David Roy won third place medals. Morton T 28 18 while Harry Hinthome and Ron Evans placed fourth. The fresh- Eureka T 28 18 man team had two meets this year, both with Chiddix Jr. High, Washington H 11 28 and won both. There was a fairly large turnout for the squad this Morton H 23 25 year -and exhibition matches were arranged whenever possible to Octavia T 23 25 enable each boy to get a chance to wrestle. This year the squad Trinity T 17 30 bought a memorial trophy to be called the 1963-64 Wrestling Le Roy H 26 21 Team Memorial Pin Trophy. It will be presented each year to Metamora H 9 33 the member with the most pins for the year. Ron Evans won it Eureka H 21 26 this year with nine pins for the season. New Uniforms and mats U. High H 17 31 were supplied this year, making our team a very well equipped Niantic T 30 13 one. The boys are grateful for these and thank those who sup- Freshman Meets Chiddix H 25 21 ported us this season. Chiddix T 34 17 40L. to R.: Ass't Coach John McCracken, Larry Knapp, Jack Kearfott, Steve Scott, John Rundles. Doug Quiram, Bert Constant, John Armstrong, Head Coach Bruce Murphy. Kneeling-Mgrs. Greg Bush and Ray Barker. VARSITY The Comets of 63-64 consisted of two seniors, four juniors, and one sophomore. The Comets had a very successful season finishing third in the Holiday Tournament and with a 10-2 conference record. El Paso 47 Eureka 53 El Paso 63 Metamora 69 El Paso 47 Chenoa 35 El Paso 48 Cornell 34 HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT El Paso 59 Roanoke-Benson 71 El Paso 58 Flanagan 47 El Paso 72 Flanagan 54 El Paso 51 Gridley 44 El Paso 55 Lexington 72 El Paso 54 Minonk 52 El Paso 70 Cornell 43 El Paso 57 Washburn 51 El Paso 42 Lexington 55 COUNTY TOURNAMENT El Paso 51 Chenoa 30 El Paso 54 Cornell 34 El Paso 50 Washburn 45 El Paso 58 Roanoke-Benson 71 El Paso 41 Roanoke-Benson 55 El Paso 54 Flanagan 44 El Paso 70 Minonk 49 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT El Paso 56 Gridley 52 El Paso 42 Lexington 54 El Paso Lexington El Paso 52 Octavia 63 41Row 1: Don Lindsey, Bob Snodgrass, John Hankey, Karmy Kays, Danny Stimpert, Dennis McMillan, David Carrithers, Roger Evans, Rich Bohlander. Row 2: Ass’t Coach John McCracken, Jon Etcheson, Mike Jackson, Dallas Schuler, Keith Roberts, Jim Greene, Tom Harvey, Tom Wickenhauser, Jon Crucius, Head Coach Bruce Murphy. JR. VARSITY El Paso 34 El Paso 23 El Paso 36 El Paso 40 El Paso 46 El Paso 44 El Paso 46 El Paso 26 El Paso 37 El Paso 45 El Paso 56 Eureka 51 Chinoa 25 Cornell 40 Roanoke-Benson 45 Flanagan 60 Gridley 37 Minonk 44 Low Point-Washburn 44 Lexington 34 Chenoa 32 Cornell 38 El Paso 35 El Paso 47 El Paso 55 El Paso 50 El Paso 38 El Paso 53 El Paso 44 Roanoke-Benson Flanagan 41 Minonk 45 Gridley 41 Lexington 39 Octavia 49 Metamora 65 56 COUNTY TOURNAMENT El Paso 52 Low Point-Washburn 63 42John Rundles John Armstrong Jack Kearfott COMET LETTERMEN OF 64 Bert Constant 43 Larry Knapp Doug Quiram Steve ScottINTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Team l. not pictured, GREENWOOD; Betts, F.; Casey, B.; Buroughs; Wagner, J.; Donzej Hostetler; Jarman; Aldrich, G; Kaufman, B. Team =2, HAAS; Attig; Vogel; Tegard; Summy; Jones; Rosenbury; not pictured Constant, S; Roeske, R; Rist; Jeffreys, S. Team 3. Smith; Neisler; Krieg; McKinley; Segger-man; Hinthorne; Lampe; Shoemaker; Barker, R; Me Williams Team 4. Barker, D; Betts, D; Hinthorne; Wessel; Hinthorne; Bohlander; Snodgrass; Lykkebak; KNEPP; Craig. Team 5. Lay; Faulk; Harrawood, B; Harp; Schlipf; MILLER; White; Renkenberger; Harriwood, L. npt pictured Brown; Hocker, Team 2 Won 3 Lost 1 Team 3 3 1 Team 4 3 1 Team 1 1 3 Team 5 0 4 44TRACK L. to R. John Armstrong, 1963 TRACK LETTERMEN Larry Knapp, Roger Miller, Steve Jeffreys, DougQuiram, Tom Harvey 1963 TRACK SCORES April 8, El Paso 36 Roanoke 60 Chenoa 52 April 11, El Paso 57 Danvers 56 Gridley 43 April 16, El Paso 67 Flanagan 75 Cornell 13 April 18, El Paso 83 Gridley 59 Cornell 14 April 25, MIDSTATE Chenoa 34 El Paso 40 1 2 Flanagan 21 Minonk 60 Cornell 11 Gridley 42 Lexington 9 1 2 May 2, El Paso 28 Minonk 65 Roanoke 42 May 4, COUNTY Varsity El Paso 26 Eureka 47 Minonk 52 Roanoke 27 Metamora 49 Washburn 9 COUNTY Fr. Soph. El Paso 52 Washburn 19 Roanoke 79 Eureka 18 Metamora 25 Minonk 17 May 11, District Track at PeoriaBASEBALL 1963 BASEBALL LETTERMEN Left to right: Ronnie Shoemaker, Larry Knapp, Tom Harvey. Jack Kearfott, Bill Seggerman, Leo Haas, Bert ConstantFront: Lois Reeves, Pat Martin, and Linda Stauter, Captain Standing: Kay Ingerski, Marjorie Pinkham, and Carol Mool VARSITY CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front: Linda Mahaffey, Mascot-Lisa Haas, and Mic Rist, Captain Standing: Kathy Haas, Bonnie Ortmann, and Donna Kilpatrick 47Linda Stauter, Senior "Comets Are Great!" Lois Reeves, Junior Score, Comets, Score! Carol Mool, Sophomore "Go Fite Win, Comets! ” VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Kay Ingerski, Sophomore "Get That Ball Now!" Margie Pinkham, Sophomore "Purple Gold Hey! " 48Row 1: L. to R. Wickenhauser, Charles; Harp, Gary; Schertz, Steve; Burroughs, Dave; Wagner, Jeff. Row 2: L. to R. Roberts, Keith; Thambiah, Sara; Ingerski, Kay; Jones, Diane; Reeves, Sharon. Row 3: L. to R. Mr. Kays; Quiram, Doug; Edwards, Joan; Sturm, Carol; Birch, Duane. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council's officers for 1963-1964 were: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Steve Schertz Jeff Wagner Joan Edwards Dave Burroughs Sharon Reeves The Student Council had one of the best years of its life in '63-'64. Under the able guidance of Mr. Kays and leadership of Steve Schertz, the Student Council planned activities and made decisions that were for the benefit of the student body. The first notable activity was Homecoming. The parade, dance and especially the game were all a huge success. At Christmas and also at semester exam time there were activities that the students enjoyed tremendously. Assemblies were interesting as well as educational. New ideas were molded into decisions that made school more bearable. A general Code of Ethics was drawn up that set guides to be followed by students. Student Council in '63-'64 will be a year that is remembered because of wise decisions and good times that resulted from careful planning and lots of hard work by all council members. 50NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Seated: Sturm, Carol; Edwards, Joan; Reeves, Lois; Scheer, Dora; Stoller, Jane, Standing: Mr. Murphy, Advisor; Wagner, Jeff; Jones, Diane; Aylward, Leon; Schertz, Steve; Neisler, Marshal. The ten Members of the El Paso High School Honor Society for the year 1963-64 have done their best to live up to the ideals for which the society was begun. Some of these are: to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate desire, to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage development of character. Character Leadership Scholarship Service 51Row 1: L to R. Mr. Murphy; Roy, David; Hinthorne, Jim; Tegard, Clyde; Constant, Bert; Vogel, Gary; Miller, Roger; Rundles, John; Lykkebak, Don; Schertz, Steve. Row 2: L to R. Wagner, Jeff; Shoemaker, Ron; Feeney, Jim; Knapp, Larry; Seggerman, Bill; Evans, Ron; Rosenbury, Mark; Sunkel, Ralph; Jeffries, Steve. Row 3: L to R. Hinthorne, Harry; Kearfott, Jack; Armstrong, John; Brown, Mike; Finck, Dave; Quiram, Doug; Haas, Leo; Schular, Dallas; Harvey, Tom. Not Pictured- Baugh, Larry; White, Jim; Harrawood, Bill; Harris, Terry. "E” CLUB President-Roger Miller Vice-President-Larry Knapp Secretary-Treasurer-Mark Rosenbury 52Row 1: L. to R. Grube, Gary, Treasurer; Barker, Ray, Secretary; Donze, Bob, President; Birch, Duane, Vice-President; Lykkebak, Don, District Treasurer. Row 2: Harp, Gary; Brown, Mike; Knepp, Bob; Burroughs, Dave; Wagner, Jeff; Mahaffey, Curt, Kiwanis Advisor. Row 3; Mr. McNealy, Advisor; Roy, Dave; Scott, Steve; Knapp, Larry; Neisler, Marshall; Crusius, John; Hocker, Gary; Schertz, Steve. Not pictured: Constant, Bert; Miller, Roger. KEY CLUB This year, the club has placed calendars with football and basketball schedules on them. The club also planted trees for anyone who desired to have them. During the winter months, they held recreation sessions for boys in the lower grades. They did the students a big favor by selling them candy at noon. Early in the year, the club decided to increase the membership to its full quota. The boys the club took in were-. Harvey, Tom McMillan, Dennis Hostetler, Eugene Schuler, Dallas Quiram, Doug 53Row 1: L. to R. Bradle, Mary, Points Chairman; Stauter, Linda, Public Relations; Lebo, Sarah, Historian; Stoller, Jane, Secretary; Tipler, Ellen, President; Shuman, Jean, Vice-President; Lewis, Judy, Treasurer; Roberts, Cheryl, Second Vice-President; Dodson, Kathy, Recreation Chairman. Row 2: McClure, Donna; Brunson, Roberta; Sauder, Connie; Duley, Darlene; Krug, Susan; Haas, Marilyn; Evans, Karen. Row 3: McGhee, Genice; Krug, Carol; Gingerich, Sharon; Kaufman, Sharon; Van Scyoc, Allene; Hunsinger, Karen; Arends, Debbie; Duffy, Maureen; Seidel, Carol; Martin, Pat; Lock, Connie; Mrs. Martin. Row 4; Hodel, Vickie; Jakob, Pat; Reeves, Lois; Patton, Jean; Ortmann, Beverly; Robenstein, Diane; Patterson, Sally; Graack, Sue; Hartman, Karen; Armstrong, Norma; Schlipf, Elaine; Ludwig, Penny; Janssen, Pat; Armstrong, Evelyn. Row 5: Aylward, Marcella; Hielscher, Gail; Armstrong, Ellen; McFall, Treva; Aylward, Mary; Kingdon, Barbara; Poole, Wilma; Terven, Lynda; Harms, Connie; Thambiah, Ranee; White, Helen; Stimpert, Sue; Finck, Nora; Porth, Elaine; Reeves, Sharon; Barker, Alice. Homecoming Parade The 1963-64 Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was sponsored by Mrs. Martin. The chapter parents were Mr. Mrs. Bert Dodson and Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Lewis. Some of the activities were informal and formal initiation, sock hop, F. H. A. Rally, serving punch and cookies at the Homecoming Dance, U. N. Day, bake sale, baby sitting for PTA, World Clothing Week, Betty Crocker test, caroling at the rest homes, Tot Party, Valentine Dance, a program on family living, trip to Chicago, F. H. A. week, family night with F. F.A., and installation of new officers. 54Row 1: (L. to R.) Officers: Bob Attig-Secretary, Bob Knepp-President, Mike Rinkenberger-Treasurer, Harold Wright-Reporter, Larry Baugh-Sentinel, Terry Harris-Vice-President, Mr. Garlish-Advisor. Row 2: Jim Stoller, Larry Reeves, Keith Kelsey, Henry Graber, Dennis Grube, Larry Kraft, Alvia Copeland, George Aldrich, Ray Aldrich, Duane Kingdon, Wesley Hoobler. Row 3: Leslie Kaufman, Dicky McWilliams, Jon Crusius, Eugene Hostetler, David Neisler, Bob Casey, Keith Roberts, Dale Schlipf, Dennis Jording, Bob Kaufman, Dennis Maier. Row 4: Marshall Neisler, Mike Scheer, Dallas Schuler, David Sparks, Mike Krieg, Frank Betts, John Rundles, Bob Boertlein, Gary Kraft, Jim White, Terry Brady. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The hard-working F.F.A. Chapter has enjoyed a very successful year under the guidance of Mr. Garlish. The com yield from the farm plot was very good and returned us a good profit. The members participated in the Land Use Selection Contest at Pontiac; the Section 9 Grain Fair at Lexington; the Section 9 Leadership Training School at Fairbury; the Parliamentary Procedure Contest at Dwight; the Section 9 Public Speaking Contest at Heyworth; the Section 9 Dairy Judging Contest at Pontiac; the Section 9 Livestock Judging Contest at Normal; and attended the Farm Progress Show at Morton. The chapter also joined with the Key Club in planting trees in the community. Those who collected the required points went on our end-of-the-year trip. Many shop projects were built and farm machinery repaired in our shop where the boys learn by doing. A big night was the annual F. F. A. and F. H. A. Banquet, at which awards for the past year were presented.Row 1: L. to R. Dodson, Kathy, Points Chairman; Poole, Wilma, Sports Manager; Armstrong, Norma, Secretary; Talbert, Nancy, Vice-President; Jones, Diane, President; Mool, Carol, Treasurer; Edwards, Joan, Reporter; Talbert, Linda, Sports Manager; Ortman, Bev, Points Chairman. Row 2: L. to R. Woosley, Margie; Sauder, Connie; Scheer, Dora; Peters, Marilyn; Vogel, Marcia; Haas, Kathy; Brown, Pat; Hocker, Nancy; Vandegraft, Shirley; Stoller, Jane. Row 3: L. to R. Mrs. Ingold, Sponsor; Hass, Marilyn; Evans, Karen; Duley, Darleen; Krug, Susan; Lindsay, Jenny; Rist, Mickey; Stauter, Linda; Reeves, Lois; Kaufman, Karen; Roberts, Cheryl; Patterson, Laura; Seidel, Carol; Kearfott, Joyce. Row 4: L. to R. Armstrong, Evelyn; Armstrong, Vicki; Pinkham, Margie; Aylward, Marcella; Ballard, Norma; Patterson, Sally; Lebo, Sarah; Lewis, Judy; Tipler, Ellen; Sturm, Carol; Reeves, Sharon; Ingerski, Kay; Armstrong, Ellen; Jansen, Pat. Row 5: L. to R. McFall, Treva; Lock, Connie; Porth, Elaine; Finck, Nora; Stimpert, Sue; Jacobs, Pat; Kingdon, Barb; Ortman, Bonnie; Thambiah, Rannee; Sunkel, Margaret; Lowder, Linda; Moreland, Gail; Harper, Carolyn; Greenwood, Pat; McGough, Martha. G.A.A. The G. A. A. this year had many activities. There was participation in soccer, softball, basketball, volleyball, and swimming. The club also worked hard to raise money to send a girl to G. A. A. Camp by selling flowers for homecoming and sponsoring the Annual Snowball Dance. 56Row 1: L. to R. Kaufman, Karen; Stoller, Jane; Sturm, Carol; Ortmann, Beverly; Thambiah, Ranee, Foreign Student. Row 2: Reeves, Sharon; Scheer, Dora; Jones, Diane; Tipler, Ellen; Roberts, Cheryl; Shuman, Jean; Sunkel, Margaret; Edwards, Joan. Row 3: Mr. McNealy, Advisor; Wagner, Hank; Carrithers, Dave; Dressier, Richard; Schreck, Dick; Lykke-bak, Don; Scheer, Mike; Birch, Duane; Burroughs, Dave; Wagner, Jeff. A.F.S. A.F.S. CLUB OFFICERS President - Carol Sturm Vice-President - Jane Stoller Secretary-Treasurer - Beverly Ortmann Reporter - Karen Kaufman 57Row 1: L. to R. Talbert, Linda; Krug, Carol; Porth, Elaine; Harper, Carolyn. Row 2: L. to R. Moreland, Gail; Rist, Mickey; Scheer, Dora; Peters, Marilyn; Patterson, Laura; Duffy, Maureen; Brunson, Cheryl; Lindsey, Jennifer. Row 3; L. to R. Mrs. Dressier; Pinkham, Marjorie; Ingerski, Kay; Stimpert, Sue; Martin, Kathy; Greenwood, Pat; Harms, Connie; Kingdon, Barbara; Hunsinger, Karen; Summy, Merian. LIBRARY CLUB President - Carol Krug Vice-President - Linda Talbert Secretary-Treasurer - Elaine Porth Reporter - Carolyn Harper The Library Club serves a dual purpose. Not only does it train students who are interested in library work, but also it supplies a working staff for the high school library. The members help students find reference materials and check out books. Furthermore, they work with library records and help to keep materials in order in the library.Row 1: L. to R. Jeffreys, Steve, Art Editor; Ingerski, Kay, News Editor; Shuman, Jeanne, Editor in Chief, Scheer, Dora, Assistant Editor in Chief; Roberts, Cheryl, Feature Editor; Not pictured, Rosenbury, Mark, Sports Editor, Row 2: Sunkel, Margaret; Patterson, Laura; Mahaffey, Linda; Duffy, Maureen; Talbert, Linda; Stauter, Linda; Dodson, Kathy; Lock, Connie; Vogel, Marcia; Mr. Grose, Advisor. Row 3: Scott, Steve; Van Scyoc, Allene; Ewert, Maxine; Peters, Marilyn; Kaufman, Karen; Reeves, Sharon; Radebaugh, Ann; Hocker, Nancy; Terven, Lynda. Row 4: Waters, John; Brown, Pat; Haas, Kathy; Rist, Mickey; Poole, Wilma; Pinkham, Margie; Ortman, Bev; Graack, Sue; Sturm, Carol; Lebo, Sarah; Finck, Nora; Lewis, Judy. Row 5: Aylward, Mary Ann; Patterson, Sally; Robenstein, Diane; Martin, Kathy; Schreck, Dick; Wessel, Tom; Vandegraft, Marilyn; Thambiah, Ranee; Harper, Carolyn. COMET COMMENTS STAFF Comet Comments editors work around the clock. The Comet Comments hot off the press. 59FRENCH CLUB Row 1: L. to R. Robenstein, Diane, Vice-President; Pinkham, Margy, President; Scheer, Dora, Secretary; Jackson, Mike, Treasurer. Row 2: Mahaffey, Linda; Summy, Meriam; Van Scyoc, Allene; Etcheson, Jon; Faulk, Dennis; Rossman, Tommy. Row 3: Kilpatrick, Donna; Peters, Marilynn; Aylward, Mary Ann; Gustafson, Mildred; Ewert, Billy Jo; Bell, Virginia; Hankey, John; Mrs. Jones, Sponsor. Row 4; Evans, Christine; Jeffreys, Steve; Armstrong, Vickie; Mool, Carol; Martin, Kathy; Ortman, Bonnie; Jeffreys, Bryan; Smith, Charles. The French Club increased from 11 members last year to 25 members this year. Along with its sponsor, Mrs. Carol Jones, the French Club usually meets about once a month for business meetings and often times a period of recreation. Field trips to study French people, their language and their customs are among the major projects of the club. 60SPANISH CLUB Row 1: L. to R. Wickenhauser, Chuck; Flanigan, Gary; Graber, Henry; Harp, Gary; Hering, Larry; Roberts, Keith; Bohlander, Rick; Wagner, Jeff; Burroughs, David; Benedict, Don. Row 2: L. to R. Vogel, Gary, President; Knapp, Larry, Vice-President; Jacob, Pat, Treasurer; Hocker, Gary; Roberts, Cheryl, Secretary. Row 3: L. to R. Scheer, Dora; Polluck, Bonita; Hunsinger, Karen; Peters, Marilynn; Duffy, Maureen; Arends, Debbie; Brunson, Cheryl; Krug, Carol; Vandegraft, Shirley. Row 4: L. to R. Harp, Lowell; Punke, Nancy; Duffy, Myra; Edwards, Patsy; Lindsey, Jennifer; Patton, Jean; Reeves, Lois; Moreland, Gail; Patterson, Laura; Haas, Kathy; Brown, Pat; Hocker, Nancy; Vogel, Marcia; Mrs. Jones, Sponsor. Row 5: L. to R. Bohlander, Jerry; Lewis, Judy; Armstrong, Vickie; Pinkham, Margie; Mool, Carol; Inger-ski, Kay; Snodgrass, Bob; McWilliams, Mike; Sampen, John; Wright, Howard; McFall, Joe; Jansen, Pat. Row 6: L. to R. Stimpert, Danny; Lindsey, Donald; Wickenhauser, Tom; Haas, Leo; McMillan, Dennis; Harvey, Tom; Quiram, Doug; Brown, Mike; Porth, Elaine; Stimpert, Sue; Reeves, Sharon; Kaufman, Karen; Edwards, Joan; McGough, Martha; Aylward, Leon. The Spanish Club this year has a total of sixty-four members. These first and second year Spanish students get together about once a month for a meeting and some sort of recreation that has to do with Spain and or her customs and peoples. This helps them to understand better their classroom work. 61CONCERT BAND Row 1: L. to R. Moreland, Gail; Jacob, Pat; Van Scyoc, Allene; Duffy, Maureen; Mahaffey, Linda; Crusius, Jon; Kelsey, Keith; Attig, Bob. Row 2: L. to R. McGough, Martha; Bradle, Mary; Greenwood, Pat; Jones, Diane; Mool, Carol; Edwards, Joan; Craig, Danny. Row 3: L. to R. Gustafson, Mildred; Duffy, Myra; Edwards, Patsy; FitzHenry, Sandy; Donze, Bob; Everett, Jim; Lykkebak, Don; Harvey, Tom; Scheer, Mike; Grube, Dennis; Steffen, Danny; Shadwaldt, Douglas; Knepp, Bob; Hankey, Tom; Lay, Jerry; Faulk, Dennie. Row 4: L. to R. Dressier, Richard; Kays, Karmy; Brush, Greg; Birch, Duane. Row 5: Standing L. to R. Mayne, Ron, Band Manager; McGhee, Genice; Radebaugh, Ann; Jackson, Mike; Waters, John; Burroughs, Dave; Grube, Gary; Mr. Swain, Band Leader. BAND OFFICERS PRESIDENT Don Lykkebak SECRETARY Karen Kaufman BAND MANAGER , Ron Mayne LIBRARIANS Diane Jones Jane Stoller 52 VICE-PRESIDENT Ann Radebaugh TREASURER Mary Bradle HISTORIAN Jon CrusiusDANCE BAND First Row L. to R.: Sampen, John; Kaufman, Karen; Stoller, Jane; Donze, Bob; Second Row: Jones, Diane; Burroughs, Dave; Steffen, Danny; Scheer, Mike; Lykkebak, Don; Kelsey, Keith; Attig, Bob; Crusius, Jon; Birch, Duane. MARCHING BAND 63 The personnel of the marching band are the same as the concert band.BAND-ENSEMBLES Sitting L. to R.: Edwards, Joan; Mool, Carol; Jacob, Pat; Moreland, Gail; Jones, Diane; Fitzhenry, Sandy; Kaufman, Karen; Standing; Attig, Bob; Grube, Gary; Grube, Dennis; Burroughs, Dave; Birch, Duane; Van Scyoc, Allene; Kelsey, Keith; Stoller, Jane; Scheer, Mike; McGough, Martha; Lykkebak, Don; Bradle, Mary; Sparks, Dave; Steffen, Danny; Sampen, John; Donze, Bob. The El Paso High School Band, under the direction of Thomas Swain, had a very full season of activities this year. The marching Comets began the school year by marching at four home football games, and their high-stepping style and fancy formations were very well received by the student body and the public. They also marched in the Illinois Wesleyan University Homecoming parade on October 19, the Illinois State University Homecoming parade on October 26, and their own Homecoming Parade. They took a field trip to Chicago on November 1st, where they toured Lyon-Healy Music Store and heard the Chicago symphony in concert. The Concert Band started its activities by presenting a combined Christmas Concert with the High School Chorus. They also played for all home basketball games during the winter months, and went to the Illinois High School Association State Band Contest at Gibson City on April 18th. Their Spring Concert was a highlight in the year’s activities. This year's stage band, the Starlites, also had a very successful season. They played for the Senior Play, and were in rare form at all the basketball games during the Midstate Conference Tournament, which was held in El Paso. The band sent five soloists and five ensembles to the Illinois High School Association State Solo and Ensemble Contest on March 14th, which was held at Bradley University.. Various ensembles also played for numerous club meetings and events during the school year. Completing the band's activities this year was the participation of all Juniors and Seniors in the Annual Woodford County High School Band Festival. Just before the Christmas vacation the band members enjoyed their Annual Christmas Party, at which everyone had a lot of fun. The band again sold candy this year, and raised a large sum of money which they set aside for new uniforms. They also sponsored a car wash on the day of the Junior-Senior Prom. 64IH 11,1 MIXED CHORUS Row Is Stimpert, Sue; Duley, Darlene; Etcheson, Jon; Sampen, John; Snodgrass, Bob; Grub, Dennis; Stef-fin, Dan; Lindsey, Don; Mahaffy, Linda; Summy, Meriam; Ewert, Billie; Miss Alt. Row 2: Armstrong, Evelyn; Brunson, Cheryl; Krug, Carol; Patton, Jean; McWilliams, Mike; Stimpert, Dan; Hanky, John; Barker, David; Van Scyoc, Allene; Shuman, Jean; Hunsinger, Karen. Row 3: Mool, Carol; Brunson, Roberta; Punke, Nancy; Krug, Susan; Edwards, Pat; Betts, Don; Neisler, David; Kearfott, Jack; Ortman, Bonnie; Evens, Karen; FitzHenry, Sandy. ■ flfllY iff" GIRLS’ CHORUS Row 1: Talbert, Nancy; Patterson, Laura; Hodel, Vicky; Moreland, Gail; Sunkel, Margaret; Schlipf, Elaine; Sheer, Dora. Row 2: Gustafson, Mildred; Ewert, Maxine; Ballard, Norma; Kaufman, Sharon; McClure, Donna; McGhee, Genice; Miss Alt. Row 3: Duffy, Myra; Kilpatrick, Donna; Patterson, Sally; Poole, Wilma; McGough, Martha; Greenwood, Pat; Harper, Carolyn; Bell, Virginia; Hartman, Karen. 65GIRLS SEXTET Seated: Moreland, Gail; McClure, Donna. Standing: Bell, Virginia; Hodel, Vicky; Ewert, Maxine; Sheer, Dora; Summy, Meriam; McGhee, Genice. BOYS ENSEMBLE Seated: Sampen, John. Standing: McWilliams, Mike; Grube, Gary; Grube, Dennis; Neisler, David; Betts, Don; Stimpert, Dan; Neisler, Marshall; Barker, David; Lindsey, Don. GIRLS OCTET Seated: Mahaffy, Linda. Standing: Ballard, Norma; Brunson, Cheryl; Van Scyoc, Allene; Talbert, Nancy; Shuman, Jeanne; Kilpatrick, Donna; Hartman, Karen; Mool, Carol. 66CALENDAR OF August 28, 1963 August 29, 1963 September 2, 1963 September 3, 1963 September 6, 1963 September 13, 1963 September 16, 1963 September 20, 1963 September 23, 1963 September 27, 1963 September 30, 1963 October 4, 1963 October 4, 1963 October 5, 1963 October 7, 1963 October 7, 1963 October 11, 1963 October 11, 1963 October 14, 1963 October 15, 1963 October 15, 1963 October 21, 1963 October 25, 1963 October 26, 1963 October 28, 1963 November 1, 1963 November 8, 1963 November 11, 1963 November 15, 1963 November 28 29, December 2, 1963 December 3, 1963 December 5, 1963 December 6, 1963 December 7, 1963 December 10, 1963 December 13, 1963 December 14, 1963 December 19, 1963 December 20, 1963 December 20, 1963 1963 School Opens First full day of school No School- Labor Day Magazine Sales Back to School Dance Football Eureka Here Fresh--Soph. Football Metamora There Football Gridley There Fresh--Soph. Football Gridley Here Football Flanagan There Fresh—Soph. Football Flanagan Here Football Cornell Here End 1st. six weeks F. H. A. Rally I.N.S.U. Fresh--Soph. Football--Come 11 There I. E. A. Division Meeting Peoria Illinois High School Test--Juniors Football Lexington There Fresh—Soph. Football Lexington Here Safe Driving Demonstration High School 1:00 P.M. Football Chenoa Here (Homecoming) Fresh-Soph. Football Chenoa There Football Minonk Here High School Band I. S. N. U. Homecoming Fresh--Soph. Football Minonk There Football Morton There Football Metamora There Veterans Day No School End of 2nd. six week period Thanksgiving Vacation No School Senior Class Play Basketball Eureka There Tot Party F.H.A. 7:00-8:15 P.M. Basketball Chenoa There County Vocal Festival Lowpoint-Washburn Basketball Cornell Here Basketball Roanoke Here Snowball Dance Band Choral Concert Begin Christmas Vacation School dismissed 2:00 P. M. Basketball Flanagan There 68SCHOOL EVENTS December 26, 1963 January 2, 1964 January 7, 1964 January 10, 1964 January 14, 1964 January 16, 1964 January 17, 1964 January 17, 1964 January 20, 1964 January 21, 1964 January 24, 1964 January 25, 1964 January 28, 1965 January 31, 1964 February 4, 1964 February 7, 1964 February 8, 1964 February 11, 1964 February 12, 1964 February 14, 1964 February 15, 1964 February 21, 1964 February 22, 1964 February 25, 1964 February 28, 1964 March 2, 1964 March 3-6, 1964 March 24, 1964 March 27-30, 1964 April 10, 1964 April 11, 1964 April 17, 1964 April 27, 1964 May 16, 1964 May 24, 1964 May 25, 1964 May 26, 1964 May 27, 1964 May 27, 1964 May 29, 1964 Mid State Holiday Tournament School Opens at 8:35 A. M. Basketball Gridley Here Basketball Minonk Here Basketball Lowpoint-Washburn There Semester Exams Semester Exams—End of 1st. semester Basketball Lexington There Local Teachers Workshop No School Woodford County Basketball Tournament Lowpoint-Washburn Woodford County Basketball Tournament Lowpoint-Washburn Woodford County Basketball Tournament Lowpoint-Washburn Basketball Chenoa Here Basketball Cornell There Basketball Roanoke There Basketball Flanagan Here F. H. A. Sweetheart Dance Basketball Minonk Here Lincoln's Birthday No School Basketball Gridley There County Band Festival Metamora Basketball Lexington Here Basketball Octavia Here Basketball Metamora Here End of 4th six weeks County Teachers Institute No School Basketball Regional Tournament Choral Concert Easter Vacation No School End of 5th six weeks F. H. A. Trip Junior Class Play F. H. A.--F. F. A. Family Night Jr. Sr. Prom Baccalaureate Seniors Centennial Gym Semester Exams Semester Exams Semester Exams Grade School Graduation High School Graduation 691963 HOMECOMING Junior Sophomore Freshman Linda ROYAL COURT Susan The 1963 El Paso Homecoming was October 18. The Comets fought and won a 7 to 6 victory over the Chenoa Redbirds. After the game there was a dance sponsored by the Student Council in the old gym. The dance theme was "Magic Moments" which was well expressed through the beautiful decorations. Music was furnished by Walt Coughlin and his orchestra. At 11 o'clock Nora Finck and Steve Schertz were officially crowned Queen and King by Jeff Wagner. Nora's attendants were Linda Stauter, Carol Krug, Mary Bradle, and Susan Krug. 71SENIOR 1st HOMECOMING SOPHOMORE JUNIOR FIOATS FRESHMAN 72 Honorable MentionPresenting the Royal Couple Freshman, Sophomore Attendants Junior, Senior Attendants 73SNOWBALL DANCE 74SHAUNE HARDY On December 23, 1963, Linda Temen's penpal, Shaune Hardy, a seventeen-year-old Middlesex, England boy who has muscular dystrophy, landed at the Peoria Airport. Linda and her uncle, Rex Pinkham, accompanied by nine carloads representing the high school and townspeople, met the plane and escorted Shaune to El Paso. The day was declared "Shaune Hardy Day" by Mayor Dwight Roth. Highlights of Shaune's stay with Linda and the Pinkhams were a shopping tour of El Paso to buy Christmas gifts for his mother and grandmother, a reception for high school students, a basketball game, and of course, Christmas Day. Having Shaune with us really heightened the Christmas spirit, and we are grateful to all who helped make his trip possible. 75SENIOR PLAY MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN CAST: Row 1: Duane Birch, Richard Schreck, Richard Dressier, Ronald Mayne, Jim Hintorne, Row 2: Maxine Ewert, Cheryl Roberts, Diane Jones, LindaStauter, Ann Radebaugh, Row 3: Judy Lewis, Carol Sturm, Sue Graak, Tom Wessel, Don Lykkebak, Lonnie Summy, Jane Stoller, Stu. Dir. Mrs. Rinkenberger, Dir., Bev Ortmann, not pictured. 76 The play was presented Monday, December 2, at 8:00 P. M.o 80 In memory of Mr. John F. Kennedy %

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