El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1967 volume:
THE EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS OF 1967
PRESENTS THE COMETEERHIGHLIGHTS OF
23Seniors Star in "Gabriel Blow Your Horn’’
Grab riel Pennington
Miss Thelma Smith Janet Smith ....
Eleanor Barnes . . Mildred Clyde . . . Pete Wright......
Frank Stephens . . Harold Dillon . . . Herbert Brown Jr. . Herbert Brown . . . , Student Director Prompters . . . ,
Jerry Lay .Vickie Hodel Shirley Vandegraft , Nancy Punke Linda Mahaffey Karen Hartman Patsy Edwards Mike McWilliams Don Lindsey Dan Steffen Charles W'ikenhauser John Hankey Marilyn Haas John Sampen Geniece McGhee
On November 18, 1966 members of the Senior class presented a three-act-comedy hit. It was a great success due to the skill of the members of the cast and their capable director, Mrs. Rinkenberger.
4Program by Touring Choir
The Millikin Choir from Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, under the direction of Richard D. Hoffland, presented a fine assembly concert on February 1. Their program included music from the 17th Century, contemporary works and spirituals. As is customary, the choir ended their program with "Praise to the Lord", by F Melius Christiansen. This song has come to be a tradition with the Millikin Choir. It has been the closing song for each concert for the past seven years.
The Millikin Choir is composed fof 46 students drawn from the regular student body of the University. Approximately three-fourths are majoring in music in the University's School of Music. The remaining members of the choir are drawn from the College of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Business and Industrial Management.
Membership in the choir is open to all students who can qualify musically and who are able to maintain an adequate academic record. Each year the choir makes an annual tour and in addition makes frequent appearances throughout the Midwest. The choir was on the last leg of their tour for 1967 when they appeared at El Paso. They were well received by the student body and have an open invitation to return again.
Millikin ChoirDESPERATE AMBROSE Cast
Dan'I ...........John Krug
Bert ............Don Sampen
Hoot Owl Pete . . . .Trent Simpson
St ink weed......George Gauger
Anne............. Barb Lykkebak
Posie ...........Sandy Bowman
Mrs. Sprool......Susan Sparks
Lena ............Julie Scheer
Stage Driver .... Curt Knepp Justice of Peace . . John Schuler Student Director . . Kathy Volk
7SENIOR Susan Krug Dan Stimpert
JUNIOR Pam Price Don Robenstein
FRESHMAN Janet Schlipf Jerry Whiskers
SOPHOMORE Connie Knapp Dick MaicomFIRST PLACE
Sophomore "Our Coach Won't Turn Into A Pumpkin; SECOND PLACE
Our Team Won't Turn Into Mice" Senior "We Nose We'll Win"
THIRD PLACE HONORABLE MENTION
Junior "We Toad You We'd Win" Freshman "We'll Huff Puff To Victory"
ACTIVITIES OF HOMECOMING The Student Council sponsored Homecoming activities for the week of October 17-21, 1966. The schedule was:
Monday—announcement of Queen and court.
Tuesday--class hours run in reverse.
Wednesday--teachers switch classes.
Thursday--all school pep assembly; dress-up day for football players boutonniere for each player.
Friday--parade; game; dance.
13TOP ROW: J. West, M. Stokes, K. Kays, J. Lay, T. Carr, G. Gauger, T. Simpson, J. Schuler, D. Finck. SECOND ROW: Coach Johnson, T. Feeney, J. Hinthorne, D. Malcolm, D. Schreck, R. Roeske, K. Kelsey, R. Bohlander, T. Hankey, L. Blackmore, J. Krug, J. Summy, Coach Stoeffler. BOTTOM ROW: D. Fever, H. Steele, R. White, J. Higgins, J. Hinthorne, D. Harroun, M. Duffy, R. Rinkenberger, S. Stauter
16OUR COACHING STAFFLettermen
RICK BOHLANDER Most Valuable Player All-Conference Tackling Trophy (1966)
KARMY KAYS KEITH KELSEY
All-Conference All-Conference (H. Mention)
RON RINKENBURGER DENNIS SCHRECK TOM CARR TRENT SIMPSON DICK MALCOLM
8RON ROESKE DAVE FINCK JERRY LAY
GEORGE GAUGER JOHN SCHULER JOHN KRUG LARRY BLACKMORE TOM FEENEY
FIRST ROW (L. to R.) D. Stimpert, S. Davison, C. Knepp, R. Bohlander, J. Hankey. TOP ROW: K. Roberts, K. Kays, R. Heiken, J. Etcheson, T. Wickenhauser; Not in picture--J. Greene.
EP 52 Eureka OPP. 53
81 Chenoa 47
91 Cornell 54
102 Woodland 53
45 Roanoke 79
68 Flanagan 64
73 Metamora 62
44 Me tarn ora Tourney ♦Princeton 49
85 De Pue 55
66 ♦Metamora 70
87 Gridley 46
68 Minonk 60
79 Lexington Woodford County Tourney 62
62 ♦Roanoke 67
53 Roanoke 62
97 Cornell 60
69 Woodland 40
92 Gridley 59
80 Flanagan 60
73 Minonk 79
76 Lexington 71
104 Chenoa 58
Regional El Paso 56 Normal 58This Season
The 1966-67 Comets compiled a 13-1 record to finish in a tie for the Mid-State Conference championship.
The predominately senior ball club averaged 74 points per game and held opponents to an average of 59 points. Twice the club scored over 100 points setting a school record of 104 points in a single game.
The Comets were paced by senior forward Jon Etcheson, one of the finest basketball players in the state.
"Red" set two records in his career at El Paso. His total of 548 set a season scoring record, and his three year varsity, that of 1221, was a school high.
To go with Etcheson's fine performance was a spirit of team play that was outstanding. Each player's unselfish attitude and willingness to work hard made it a fine team, and a great one to work with from a coach's viewpoint.
FIRST ROW (L. to R.) J. Higgins, T. Everett, M. Duffy, M. Duffy, D. Rathbun, D. Hostetler. TOP ROW: D. Malcom, J. Summy, L Dunmire, M. Stokes, S. Stauter, D. Punke, Coach Stoeffler.
J. ETCHESON--Repeat All-Conference, unanimous senior year--varsity scoring record 1221 in three years--season record 548 points—most valuable player senior year—free throw trophy senior year--honorable mention to Little All-State--a fine all around basketball player—an outstanding shooter.
K. ROBERTS--A strong rebounder and an outstanding defensive player. All-Conference senior year. Keith made it because he tries harder.
K. KAYS—All-Conference senior year. A rugged rebounder and good shooter. His humor and wit were very important. He gave the team a lot of backbone.
R. BOHLANDER--A11 of the opposing guards will be glad when "Chunky" is no longer around to harass them.
No one can believe his shot under the basket.
D. STIMPERT—The best one-legged ball player around. He and Rick made a very tough pair of defensive guards. Big men always wondered at the way he "tipped".
T. WICKENHAUSER--Tom is equally at home as a guard or a forward. An outstanding passer and impossible to push around.
J. GREENE--A strong forward, deceptively quick, and a good rebounder. The "Silent Sam" of the team.
J. HANKEY--A quick ball player with a good "head" for the game. John never will be caught napping. A good shooter, who I wish would have shot more.
R. HEIKPN—A tall player with a good attitude. Outstanding feature--he is back next year. A good rebounder who has a big job next year. Can do.
C. KNEPP--The way he moves there may be two of him. A lot of speed, a good defense, and a JUNIOR.
S. DAVISON—Most people not connected with the team don't know what a good outside shooter this boy is. Next year he will demonstrate.
Steve DavisonGary Faulk--154 lbs.
Mark Gilliland—120 lbs.
Dave Harroun--120 lbs. Fastest Fall—40 sec.
Steve Pinkham—145 lbs. Don Sam pen—133 lbs.
Rick Kraft--127 lbs. Herb Steele—103 lbs.
Most Improved Wrestler
Don Steffen--112 lbs.
Reg White—112 lbs. Most Reversals—18 Most Near-Falls—13
24Dennis Harroun--138 lbs. Dan Steffen—165 lbs.
Steve Cleary--180 lbs. Most Takedowns—25
Most Predicaments—10 Most Falls--9 Most Valuable Wrestler Captain
Dave Schroeder, Manager Coach Robert Johnson
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TOP ROW: Les Dunmire, Rick Heiken, Jerry Lay, Keith Roberts, Tom Wickenhauser, Coach, Mr. Stoef-ler. 2nd ROW: Steve Pinkham, John Schuler, John Hankey, Jack West, Don Lindsey, Merlin Haas, Manager. 3rd ROW: Dick Malcom, Reg White, Jim Summy, Ron Rinkenberger, Steve Davison, Mike Duffy.
John Hankey 100,220, V. 880 relay
Jerry Lay pole vault, 880, mile, 2 mile, mile relay
Don Lindsey low hurdles, 100, 200, V. 800 relay
Keith Roberts broad jump, 440, 880 relay, mile relay
Tom Wickenhauser shot-put, discus
Steve Davison 1 mile, 2 mile
Rick Heiken high jump, mile relay
Ron Rinkenberger 220, 880 V. relay, mile relay
John Schuler 880, 440, mile relay, broad jump
Les Dunmire discus, shot, Fr. Soph, relay
Steve Pinkham 440, 880, mile relay
Jack West shot-put, discus
Dick Malcom 100 yd. dash, 220, V. and Fr. Soph. 880 relay Reg White pole vault, 880
Jim Summy 120 high hurdles, 180 low hurdles, mile relay, Fr. Soph 880 relay Mike Duffy 220, 440, mile relay, Fr. Soph. 880 relay
RECORDS BROKEN OR TIED John Hankey Tied 220 Record of 23.0 sec.
Don Lindsey Tied low hurdles Record of 21.3 sec.
Jack West New School Record in Discus 139' 9 1 2"
Keith Roberts New School Record in Long Jump 20' 9"
Tom Wickenhauser School Record--Shot-put 53'1", Conference Record 53'1" New County Record 50' 10 1 2"
Steve Davison School Record in 2 mile 11:54.6
TOP ROW: Coach, Mr. Sullivan, Ron Roeske, Dan Stimpert, Tom Wickenhauser, John Etcheson, Jim Greene, Trent Simpson. BOTTOM ROW: Jeff Hinthome, Jim Higgens, Rick Bohlander, John Hinthorne, Steve Stauter, Randy Hartman.
Seniors Head the Swingers
Comets Victory Bound
IN THE AIR AND ON THE GROUND
s THE COMET'S TEAM THE BEST AROUND
Y COMETS! VICTORY BOUND!
29VARSITY: Debbie Wickenhauser, Capt.; Crystal Reckling; Sandy Bowman; Pat Enright; Connie Knapp.
They Lead Our Cheers
J.V.: Kitty Bowman; Nancy Rinkenberger; Karel Kaufman, Capt.; Mary McWilliams; Pam Nohren.■w—dttfc—ttf—
organizationsEDITORS: Susan Krug, Dennis Grube
JUNIOR EDITORS: Kathy Koch, Curt Knepp BUSINESS MANAGER: Karen Hartman
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Don Benedict, Charles Wikenhauser, Curt Knepp
REPORTERS ADMINISTRATION: Pat McFall
SENIORS: Kathy Haas, Marcia Vogel, Teresa Young, Myra Duffy, Jerry Lay
CLASS WILL: Donna Kilpatrick, Shirley Vandegrait UNDERCLASSMEN: Geniece McGhee, Mildred Gustafson SPORTS: Rick Bohlander, Dan Stimpert, Jon Etcheson, Keith Roberts
CHEERLEADING: Patsy Edwards
ORGANIZATIONS: Sharon Kaufman, Kanu Sapoo, Myra Duffy, Don Lindsey, John Hankey, Dave Neisler, Donna McClure, Nancy Punke, Virginia Bell, Jim Stoller, Vicki Hodel MUSIC: Linda Mahaffey, Mike McWilliams, Martha McGough
HOMECOMING: Karen Evans, Mike McWilliams
END-OF-YEAR ACTIVITIES: Patsy Edwards, Nancy Punke, Diane Fever, Don Benedict, Charles Wikenhauser, Dan Steffen SOPHOMORE CLASS REPORTER: Michael Lemon FRESHMAN CLASS REPORTER: Nancy Rikenberger TYPISTS: Helen White, Marjorie Woosley, Darlene Duley, Christine Evans, Karen Evans, Donna Kilpatrick BABY PICTURES: Diane Fever, Nancy Hocker
ARTWORK: Dan Steffen, Shirley Vandegraft, Marilyn Haas, Elaine Schlipf, Michael Lemon SUBSCRIPTIONS: Donna McClure, Helen White, Christine Evans, Pat McFall, Marjorie Woosley, Vicki Hodel SNAPSHOTS: Marilyn Haas, Elaine Schlipf
1st ROW: Curt Knepp, Treasurer; Debbie Wickenhauser, Secretary; Virginia Bell, President; John Krug, Vice-President; Laurie Cox, Reporter. 2nd ROW: Debbie Davison, Janet Schlipf, Donna McClure. 3rd ROW: Mr. Kays, Advisor; Steve Stauter, John Hankey, Keith Roberts, Steve Davison, Mike Moser.
This year found the Student Counc was Homecoming. The Council pla Council sponsored many assemblies ventriloquist, and various speakers.
irst project of the year ies. During the year the movies, marionettes, a
331st ROW: Mr. Sullivan, D. Lindsey, R. White, R. Evans, C. Kearfott, D. Harroun, H. Steele, R. Rinkenberger, S. Cleary, D. Steffen. 2nd ROW: S. Pinkham, S. Davison, R. Bohlander, D. Harroun, T. Carr, J. Etcheson, J. Sam-pen, J. Hinthome. 3rd ROW: D. Stimpert, M. Greene, T. Simpson, T. Wickenhauser, G. Faulk, J. Hankey, B. Seggerman, K. Kelsey, J. West. 4th ROW: G. Gauger, D. Schreck, S. Stauter, J. Lay, K. Lays, K. Roberts, R. Heiken, D. Kingdon, J. Schuler.
34(TOP ROW): J. Sampen, D. Sampen, S. Davison, J. Schuler, R. Heiken, K. Roberts, D. Neisler, D. Steffen, D. Grube, J. Hankey, D. Benedict. (2nd ROW): J. Stoller, D. Lindsey, D. Malcom, M. Lemon, C. Wikenhauser, S. Stauter, V. Bell, L. Cox, K. Hartman, C. Roy, B. Lykkebak. (FRONT ROW): D. McClure, S. Krug, J. Scheer, L. Mahaffey, K. Rippel, M. Stokes, K. Mool, C. Reckling. Not in picture: Cindy Mayne.
(TOP ROW): F. Crusius, J. Salyards, B. Lykkebak, E. Waller, K. Jording, P. Eg-ger, J. Harvey, S. Nelson. (3rd ROW): C. Mayne, S. Sparks, C. Roy, J. Steffen, J. Wikenhauser, M. Berg, P. Hielscher, K. Rippel, C. Kaufman, C. Hodel, L. Kelsey. (2nd ROW): M. Stokes, Y. Vandegraft, R. Hinthorne, G. Jones, D. Wick-enhauser, K. Volk, S. Casey, K. Koch, J. Liddle, S. Bowman, S. Alyward. (FRONT ROW): Mrs. Dressier, J. Scheer, M. Alyward, K. Birch, Kanu Sapoo, G. Compton, M. Berg, L. Jeffreys, S. Haas, K. Faulk.
35American Field S ervice
ROW Is Sandy Bowman, Nancy Punke, Kathy Volk, Sharon Kaufman, Kanu Sapoo, Kathy Birch, Geniece McGhee, Bonita Pollack, Mrs. Dressier, Advisor. ROW 2: Elaine Schlipf, Cyndy Mayne, Fay Crusius, Lois Kelsey, Virginia Bell, Vicki Hodel, Kathy Rippel, Cindy Hodel. ROW 3: John Scheer, Martha McGough, Barbara Lykkebak, Mike McWilliams.
Our AFS student, Kanungnit Sapoo from Thailand, arrived on August 15, 1966 to make her home with the Martin Duffy family during the 1966-67 school year. Among the activities of the AFS this year were the reception for Kanu on August 25, the smorgasbord on March 10, and the carnival on April 17. The officers this year were Mike McWilliams, President; Linda Mahaffey, Secretary-
Treasurer and Lois Kelsey,
"Thanks to everybody who gave me the experiences of life in the United States."
Kcwuncni JAO O
36TOP ROW: L. Jefferys, M. Berg, M. Aylward, Y. Vandergraft, S. Casey, J. Liddle, S. Bowman, H. White, G. Hielscher, P. Price. SECOND ROW: S. Krug, K. Faulk, S. Haas, P. Egger, M. Woosley, K. Sapoo, S. Kaufman, G. McGhee, D. McClure, G. Jones. THIRD ROW: D. Duley, K. Koch, V. Hodel, K. Hartman, E. Schlipf, J. Harvey, R. Hinthorne, M. Haas, v ygnf, Miss Zbinden, Advisor.
TOP ROW: C. Kaufman, D. Bechtold, E. Waller, ordin, J. Harvey, L. Young, L. Pierceall, C. Hodel, S. Bigger, J. Pierceall, G. Moser. SECOND ROW: D. Ioeger, C. Heller, B. Rosenbury, R. Hinthorne, D. Davison, P. Hielscher, S. Aylward, V. King, L. Knoll. THIRD ROW: Miss Zbinden, Advisor, D. McGhee, S. Franke, G. Compton, W. McFall, K. Birch, D. McWilliams, C. Riker, M. Porter, L. Greenwood.
38TOP ROW: T. Carr, G. Gauger, T. Simpson, H. Harms, J. Boertlein, L. Dunmire. R. Boertlein, W. Berg, D. Kap-raun, R. Kingdon, J. Baker, J. Schroeder. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jenkins, R. Rinkenberger, J. Krug, D. Schreck, D. Grube, D. Kingdon, G. VanSyoc, K. McClure, J. Punke, M. Kuebler, P. Krug. THIRD ROW: D. Pannier, D. Schroeder, W. Hoobler, R. Hartman, M. Wallace, J. Rinkenberger, D. Hostetler. FRONT ROW: C. Knepp, J. Stoller, K. Kelsey, J. Wright, L. Reeves.
DeKalb Agricultural Award--Jim Stoller Outstanding Jr.-Sr.--Keith Kelsey Outstanding Fresh-Soph.—Jim Punke Star Farmer—Jim Stoller Beef Production—Keith Kelsey Swine Product ion--Ron Rinkenberger Dairy Production--Jim Stoller Sheep Product ion--Ray Aldrich Livestock Farming--Keith Kelsey
Com Production--Ron Rinkenberger Soybean Production--Trent Simpson Small Grain Production—Trent Simpson Crop Farming--Trent Simpson Agricultural Mechanics--Jim Stoller Agricultural Electrification--Howard Harms Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schlipf Award--Jim Stoller Star Greenhand—Les Dunmire
Under the able leadership of our advisor, Mr. Jenkins, the El Paso FFA Chapter has completed a very busy and eventful year. Several boys went on an end-of-the-year trip to Indiana Beach. Later that summer, Trent Simpson and Curt Knepp represented our Chapter at the State FFA convention.
A very good com crop was harvested last fall from our 11 acre ag plot. Another money-making project was selling garden seeds. The FHA co-sponsored the Plowboy Prom with our Chapter.
We sponsored a basketball tourney with other FFA chapters, conducted a pest-control contest, constructed a sand box to clean irons at the golf course, put a new roof on the Junior stand, put up "Welcome to El Paso" signs along the highway, and awarded this year's chain gilt to George Gauger. A Father-Son Awards Banquet was held May 16th, and this year's trip will be to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
The Chapter sent representatives to the Section 9 activities and contests. Jim Stoller participated on the District level for Star Farmer and Public Speaking. The Chapter sent teams to state judging contests in meat, milk, grain, dairy, and fat stock. Teams went to two breed judging contests, including the Duroc in which El Paso placed first. El Paso had two boys receive the State Farmer Degree; Keith Kelsey, and Jim Stoller. This was the first time in 13 years there has been more than 1.
39El Circulo Espanol
ROW Is M. Gilliand, R. Heiken, S. Davison, S. Pinkham, L. Blackmore, J. Sampen. ROW 2: K. Evans, S. Vandegraft, J. Liddle, K. Volk, D. Wickenhauser, J. Wikenhauser, M. Duffy. ROW 3: S. Sparks, S. Cleary, S. Casey, S. Bowman, J. Salyards, K. Mool, M. Aylward, S. Kaufman, C. Evans, M. Berg, N. Punke, Miss Wasson (sponsor). ROW 4: M. Haas, N. Hocker, D. Benedict, D. Stimpert, D. Kingdon, J. Wright, T. Yount, K. Haas, M. Vogel, S. Haas, D. Lindsey, J. Stoller, R. Bohlander. ROW 5: S. Krug, M. McGough, C. Wikenhauser, J. Sampen, M. McWilliams, T. Wickenhauser, K. Roberts, J. Lay, K. Hartman, P. Edwards, G. Hielscher, V. Bell, V. Hodel.
ROW 1: R. Attig, N. Rinkenberger, D. Price, B. Armstrong, K. Wolfe, V. Breech, K. Kaufman, C. Cox, S. Brucker, M. Kilpatrick, K. Bowman, Miss Wasson (sponsor). ROW 2: S. Aylward, A. Peters, P. Nohren, C. Knapp, C. Reckling, B. Lindsey, P. Enright, D. Fever, M. Lemon, R. White, S. Stauter, D. Kingdon. ROW 3: J. Lykkebak,
E. Wickenhauser, B. Benedict, L Cox, F. Crusius, C. Hodel, C. Ripple, S. Price, L. Kelsey, J. Schlipf, D. Haas.
40Le Cercle Fran ais
ROW 1: R. Evans, M. Vogel, L Mahaffey, S. Sparks, C. Evans, J. Scheer, D. McClure, W. McFall, K. Birch, E. Berlin, M. Berg, P. Enright, C. Pitzer, M. Berlin, D. Nohren, Miss Wasson (sponsor). ROW 2: D. Fever, B. Lyk-kebak, J. Steffen, M. Stokes, J. Everetts, C. Mayne, D. Kilpatrick, M. Gustafson, V. Bell, C. Roy, L. Nauman, B. Donze, J. Etcheson, K. Volz. ROW 3: J. Schuler, J. Krug, D. Shadewaldt, D. Neisler, J. Hankey, J. Sampen, T. Wickenhauser, J. Etcheson, J. Scheer, M. Brush, J. Summy, P. Byerly, P. Pitzer, R. Smith, M. Duffy.
The purpose of the foreign language clubs of El Paso High School is to foster a better understanding of the language and of the Spanish--and French-speaking people of the world. Through a better understanding, the students can better work for peace in the world.
Both clubs usually meet bi-monthly in order to conduct the business of the clubs. In addition to these meetings, parties are sometimes held in the evenings.
Membership of the clubs includes all the students who are presently nenrolled in a foreign language class or who have previously been enrolled. The combined membership of the clubs is 128 members.
El Circulo Espanol
Le Cercle Francais
Karen Evans Chuck Wikenhauser Jim Stoller Rick Bohlander Miss Wasson
Mike IXiffy Dave Neisler Pat Byerly Diane Fever Miss Wasson
The El Paso Girls' Athletic Association is an active group that "works and strives to reach our highest aims"
— aims set forth by the Illinois League of High School G.A.A.'s. Each girl must earn at least 24 points each year by participating in the after school sports program to be a member. Sports offered this year included hiking, soccer, archery, bowling, cage ball, swimming, softball, and camping. The G. A. A. entered the State Archery Contest and placed in the top 25%. Delegates were sent to playdays at Normal Comm, and Pontiac high schools during the year and to the State G.A.A. leadership camp during the summer.
A supper was held honoring the new members in January. Five members of the Peoria School of Judo and Karate provided a program after the supper with G.A.A. members from other schools as guests.
A camping trip for senior members was the highlight of the spring activities Cook-outs for the whole group were also a popular part of the camping program but hiking was the most popular activity with more girls participating in it than any of the other activities.
Officers for the year: Susan Krug, pres.; Karen Evans, v-pres.; Barb Lykkebak, sec.; Marilyn Haas, treas.; Debbie Wickenhauser, reporter; Susie Haas and Glenda Jones, pts. chr.; Ruth Hinthome and Lois Kelsey, sports chr.; Nancy Hocker, sr. rep.; Joan Steffen, jr. rep.; Janet Harvey, soph, rep.; Delores McWilliams, fresh, rep.
Members: M. Duffy, P. Edwards, K. Evans, D. Fever, M. Haas, N. Hocker, S. Kaufman, S. Krug, L. Mahaffey, D. McClure, M. McGough, K. Sapoo, E. Schlipf, S. Vandegraft, T. Yount, S. Bowman, S. Casey, P. Egger, K. Faulk, S. Haas, G. Jones, J. Liddle, B. Lykkebak, K. Mool, P. Price, J. Salyards, S. Sparks, J. Steffen, Y. Vande-gTaft, K. Volk, D. Wickenhauser, J. Wikenhauser, S. Aylward, B. Benedict, K. Birch, R. Bishop, P. Byerly, A.
Carr, C. Cox, L Cox, F. Crusius, D. Davison, P. Enright, D. Fever, J. Harvey, P. Hielscher, R. Hinthome, C. Hodel, C. Kaufman, K. Kaufman, L. Kelsey, C. Knapp, P. Pitzer, S. Price, P. Nohren, C. Reckling, K. Rippel,
C. Roy, B. Talbert, B. Armstrong, E. Berlin, M. Berlin, K. Bowman, S. Brucker, B. Donze, P. Enright, J. Etcheson, L Faulk, S. Franke, C. Heller, D. Ioeger, M. Jeffreys, M. Kilpatrick, B. Lindsey, D. McWilliams, L Nauman, D. Nohren, C. Pitzer, D. Price, N. Rinkenberger, B. Rosenbury, J. Schlipf, K. Voltz, J. Wessel, E. Wickenhauser, V. King.
42ROW 1: Mr. Hallock, R. White, D. Schreck, M. Gilliland, D. Sampen (Sec.), J. Punke (Treas.), J. Hankey (Pres.), J. Krug, C. Wikenhauser. ROW 2: S. Davison, D. Malcom, J. Sampen, J. Etcheson, R. Rinkenberger, L. Dunmire. ROW 3: D. Kingdon, J. Schuler (V-Pres.), K. Roberts, R. Heiken, (Lt. Gov., Div. 10); J. Lykkebak, S. Stauter, T. Hankey.
"INITIATE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY" . . . International Key Club theme for 1967, exemplifies the many activities carried on by the El Paso High School Key Club. The club participated in the annual district project which is to collect soap for the Dixon State Children's Home, and collected over 800 bars of soap. The Key Club was given the responsibility of the refreshment stand at games, and of candy sales at noon. Over 50 4th, 5th, and 6th graders participated in the annual recreation program. Swimming, basketball, tumbling, and wrestling were offered. Key Clubbers worked after school, weekends, and vacation periods redecorating the "Teen Trap." Through these, and all their activities, the Key Club has served school, community, and state. The group was greatly aided and encouraged in their many projects by Mr. Hallock, faculty advisor; and Curt Mahaffey, Rev.
Ken Christiansen, and Tom Swain, of Kiwanis Club.
43EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT BAND
FLUTE Patsy Edwards
Linda Mahaffey Cathy Roy
Margaret Stokes Ellen Wickenhauser
Fay Crusius Curt Eggar
Rita Ulrich Diana Nohren Susan Brucker
Connie Knapp Susan Sparks ALTO CLARINET OBOE Jill Wendland
Marilyn Berg BASSOON Reg White
CLARINET Don Sampen Barb Lykkebak Jane Salyards
Cyndy Mayne BASS CLARINET
Myra Duffy Martha McGough
Gladys Moser Pat Byerly Debbie Wickenhauser
Mary McWilliams CONTRA-BASS CLARINET
Carol Cox Judy Wessel
ALTO SAX Linda Nauman
John Sampen Mike Duffy
Karen Kaufman Eileen Berlin Doug Shadewaldt
TENOR SAX Allen Drake Danny Steffen BARITONE
FRENCH HORN Randy Bailey
Pat Enright Marlene Berlin Ray Attig
George Scheer PERCUSSION Mike McWilliams
CORNET Geniece McGhee
Jerry Lay Pam Nohren
Ron Fever Roger Jones
John Lykkebak Carolyn Riker
Curt Heibenthal Mark Duffy
Don Steffen Pat Pitzer Grant Van Scyoc
TROMBONE Dennis Grube
44EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING COMETS
The Marching Comets first appeared in our opening game of the football season at Eureka. In addition to participating in all home games, the Comets also marched in El Paso's Homecoming and Wesleyan's Homecoming.
The Pep Band provided entertainment for all home basketball games and pep rallies. In January, the music for the Woodford County High School Basketball Tournament held in El Paso was provided by the Dance Band.
The Concert Band traveled to Canton, Illinois, on April 15, to compete in the Class B, Illinois State High School Music Contest. After an excellent per-forance, they received a second rating.
The combined music departments concluded their activities with a picnic at Miller Park on May 20, 1967, with their sponsors, Mrs. Sally Martin and Mr. Tom Swain.
45CHORUS: 1st ROW (L to R.) J. Scheer, C. Cox, D. Nohren, P. Enright, J. Steffen, D. Wickenhauser, G. McGhee,
Mrs. Martin. 2d ROW: K. Kaufman, D. McGhee, G. Mosier, M. Berg, M. McWilliams, L Nauman, S. Sparks, B. Lykkebak. 3d ROW: J. Wendland, S. Brucker, P. Byerly, C. Mayne, F. Crusius, C. Knapp, P. Nohren, P. Pitzer,
K. Roy, K. Mool. 4th ROW: M. McWilliams, D. Steffen, J. Summy, R. White, M. Duffy, T. Marten, A. Drake,
J. Salyards, P. Edwards, M. Stokes, J. Wessel, M. McGough, R. Ulrich. NOT PICTURED: L. Mahaffey.
ENSEMBLE: 1st ROW (L. to R.) J. Scheer, J. Wendland, C. Mayne, D. Kilpatrick, L. Nauman, F. Crusius, D. Nohren. 2d ROW: D. Neisler, M. McWilliams, D. Grube, J. Sampen. NOT PICTURED: L. Mahaffey.
CHOIR: 1st ROW (L. to R.) J. Woodrum, K. Hartmen, D. Kilpatrick, E. Schlipf, S. Franke, V. Bell, Mrs. Martin. 2d ROW: K. Birch, Kanu, G. McGhee, D. Nohren, B. Donze. 3d ROW: G. Compton, S. Brucker, M. McWilliams, M. Lemmon, D. Grube, J. Sampen, S. Vandegraft, D. Fever, K. Evans. NOT PICTURED: L. Mahaffey.
46FRONT ROW: P. Nohren, K. Kaufman, J. Sampen, A. Drake, D. Nohrcn, BACK ROW: E. Berlin, L. Nauman, D. Steffen, D. Grube, M. Duffy, D. Sampen, R. Fever, J. Lay, J. Lykkebak, M. McGough.
48administrationRules, Regulations, Recommendations . . .
SEATED: Melvin Moreland, president; Arthur Grube. STANDING: Gilbert Kaufman; Wallace Etcheson; Dwain Mool; Gene Wilkey, secretary. Kenneth Crusius was not present when the picture was taken.
Credentials, Contracts, Consent . . .
Superintendent Mr. Claggett Josephine Morris (secretary)
50Students, Schedules, Scholarships
Principal William McNealy Loretta Tipler (secretary)
C’est La Vie. . .
Sally Martin2+2 = 1
St. Teacher Miss Rosenbloom
Losers Do 20 Push Ups!
SCHOOL NURSE Norma Schuler P.E.
Robert Stoeffler Jean Rogers
SOCIAL STUDIES: Teresa Unser, Robert Hallock
GUIDANCE: Russell Sullivan
52Watch Those Mirrors
£1 Paso Public Library
Test Tube Fumes
DRIVER'S ED., SCIENCE: Robert Johnson
SCIENCE: Eldo Roy
VOCATIONAL STUDIES H. E. Reckling Kay Zbinden Margaret Hankey Don Jenkins
Who’s Teaching Who?
St. Teachers Carl Gann Ron Lyford Phyliss Horve
53White or Dark Meat?
Mrs. Bell Mrs. Hicks Mrs. Ball Mrs. Crump Mrs. Gottel Not Pictured Mrs. Roth Mrs. Harris
Mrs. Volz--substitute cook
Move ’Em Out
B. Armstrong R. Benson G. Burroughs
G. Crawford T. Geisleman L. Alyward
G. Kline Not Pictured L. Finck
H. Goldstein G. PhillisseniorsRAY ALDRICH
"A kind, a gentle heart he had."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play.
NORMA SUE BALLARD "What's your name fair maid?"
G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,4; Library Cl. 2,3; Jr. Play; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Airline Stewardess
"A fairer lady, there never was seen."
A.F.S. 2,3,4; SAR; Nat'l Honor Society 2,3,4; Stud. Coun. 3,4--Pres. 4; Spanish Cl. 3,4--Sec. 3; French Cl. 1,2,3,4--Sec. 2; Chorus 1,2,4--Girl's Trio 1; Annual St. 4; Honor Student (Foreign Language) '66; Betty Crocker Award.
Ambition: Foreign Language Teacher DON BENEDICT
"He'll shine in more substantial honors."
Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Annual St. 4.
RICK BOH LANDER
"He should whip his weight in wild cats."
Football l,2,3,4--Co. Captain 4--Tackling Trophy; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4--Batting Trophy 2; Key Cl. 3; "E" Cl. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4—V. Pres. 3; Annual St. 4.
"The very pink of perfection."
Ambition: To do the best I can at whatever I try.
"Be silent and safe for silence never betrays you."
Band 1,2,3; Football 1,2; Baseball 1.
Ambition: Air Force Career
"I laugh once in a while."
Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Library Cl. 2,3; Annual St. 4; Treasurer 4.
Ambition: CollegeDARLENE DULEY
"She has a smile that won't come off."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4--Scc. 4; G.A.A. 1; Chorus 1; Library Cl. 2,3; Junior Play; Annual St. 4.
PATSY EDWARDS "A smile costs me nothing."
Band 1,2,3,4--Sec.-Treasurer 3; G.A.A. 4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Library Cl.
2,3--Sec. 3; Junior Play; Annual St. 4; Senior Play.
"He prefers women younger than he."
Football 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 3,4; "E" Cl. 2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Annual St. 4; M.V.P. Basketball 3.
CHRISTINE EVANS "A true friend to everyone."
French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 2,3,4; Library Cl. 2; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Foreign Language Teacher
KAREN EVANS "O illustrious spark??! !"
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4—2nd V-Pres. 4--Rec. Ch. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4--Rec. Ch. 3—V. Pres. 4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4 — Pres. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Airline Stewardess
"Men of few words are the best men." Basketball 3; "E" Cl. 3,4.
DIANE FEVER "Happiness is her motto."
G.A.A. 4; French Cl. 4—Treasurer 4; Chorus 4; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Teacher DAVE FINCH
"I'll rest" said he, "but thou shalt walk." Wrestling 1,2,4; Football 1,2,3,4—AU Conference 3,4; "E" Cl. 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: MechanicHENRY GRABER "A mirror of all courtesy."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3.
"I never trouble, trouble."
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; "E" Cl. 2,3,4--Sec.; Spanish Cl. 2.
"He was most princely."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4--Pres. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Junior Play; Class Pres. 2; Dance Band 2,3,4; Drum Major 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4.
MILDRED GUSTAFSON "A little time for laughter."
Band 1,2,3; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Annual St. 4.
"So, I cheer for Gridley!"
Cheerleading 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3--Pres. 3; Annual St. 4.
"It's a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4—Points Ch. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4--Treasurer 4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 3; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Secondary Teacher
"Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more."
A.F.S. 2,3,4; Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Stud. Coun. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 2,3,4--Sec. 3, Pres. 4; "E" Cl. 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Junior Play; Annual St. 4; Boy's State; Class V. Pres. 1,2; SAR; Math Seminar--ISU Ambition: Mathematics Teacher
"Don't let my innocent looks fool you." Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 1; "E" Cl. 1,2,3,4. Ambition: CollegeKAREN HARTMAN
"A girl whose future is secure."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4--Pub. Relations Ch.; Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Cl. 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Primary Teacher
GAYLE HIELSCHER "A sweet and classy lass."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 2,3,4.
"Can I help it if I'm the manly type?"
Wrestling 1,2,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2; Baseball 2,3,4; "E" Cl. 2,3,4.
"A woman always has her revenge ready." G.A.A. 1,2,3,4—Rep. 1; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Annual St. 4; Class Sec. 4.
Ambition: College; Airline Stewardess
"Laughing at this, laughing at that, yet no one knows what she is laughing at."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4--Pres. 3,4--Treas. 2; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 4; Jr. Play; Library Cl. 3; Sr. Play; Annual St. Ambition: Nurse
"Man of a thousand dances."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4--Sentinel 2--Reporter 3; French Cl. 3.
Ambition: Technical Training
"He looks quiet, but you'd be surprised."
Ambition: To be happy
"Twinkle, twinkle go her eyes; who we wonder is the guy."
A.F.S. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Spanish Cl. 3,4; Chorus 1; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: CollegeKARMY KAYS
"She is a woman, therefore may be wooed."
Band 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; "E" Cl.; Baseball 3; French Cl. 1,2— V.P.
"Now I work on Fords, someday I'll work on Cadillacs."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4—Treas., V.P.; Band 1; Football 1,2,3,4; "E" Cl. 2,3,4—Pres. 4; Class Treas. 2 Homecoming Attendant 3; King 4.
Ambition: College, Farming
DONNA KILPATRICK "The heart has its reason."
Cheerleading 1; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4 — Girls Sextet 1--Mixed Ensemble 4; Annual Staff 4.
"Smile with an intent to do mischief." Football 1,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 4; "E" Cl. 3,4; Spanish Cl. 2,3,4—Treas. 3. Ambition: Veterinarian
"Give me the key to your heart."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4—Pub. Relations Ch. 2; Nat'l Honor Society 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4—Pres. 4; Chorus 1,2; Jr. Play; Annual Staff 2,3,4 Co-Editor 4; Class Sec.-Treas.
1, Sec. 2, Treas. 3; Library Cl. 2,3; Freshman Attendant; Sr. Attendant.
"A man should choose with careful eye, the things to be remembered by."
Band 1,2,3,4; Football 3,4; "E" Cl. 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4.
Ambition: College, Coach
"Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies."
Nat'l Honor Society 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4 Co-Capt. 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Class Pres. 3.
"A good mind possesses a kingdom."
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4--Sec. 4; Annual Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4--Pres. 4; Madrigal 3,4; Accompanist; Cheerleading 1; G.A.A. 3,4;
French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 3; Sr. Play; Girl's State; Honor Student Music '66.
Ambition: SecretaryDONNA McCLURE
"Boys are my life, keep them in sight."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Nat'l. Honor Society 2,3,4; Stud. Coun. 4; G.A.A. 4; French Cl. 3,4--Sec. 3; Chorus 1,2; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Interior Designer CENIECE McCHEE
"Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Ground Stewardess
"If music be the food of love, play on."
A.F.S. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Library Cl. 2,3; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: College, Teaching
"He is a wonderful talker who has the art of telling you nothing."
Spanish Cl. 1; Junior Play.
Ambition: Military Career
"The things that haven't been done before, those are the things to try."
Spanish Cl. 2,3; Library Cl. 2,3; Junior Play; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Teacher of Handicapped
"Be MOD-erate, be MOD-erate."
A.F.S. 3,4; Band 3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus
1,2,3,4--Pres. 4; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: College, Career in Art
"My heart is warm with the friends I make."
"He is the music maker."
F.F.A. 1,2--Parliamentarian 2; Nat'l Honor Society 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3--Band Trio 2; French Cl. 1,2,3,4--Treas. 3--V. Pres. 4; Chorus
l,2,3,4--Vocal Solo 1,2,3--Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Quartet 2.
Ambition: Mechanical EngineerBONITA POLLACK
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
Spanish Cl. 1,2,3; Library Cl. 3;
Ambition: Missionary, Degree Nurse
"It seems the part of wisdom."
A.F.S. 3,4; Stud. Coun. 2; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Library Cl. 2,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual St.; Class Sec. 3; Class Pres. 4; Homecoming Att. 3; Queen 4.
"Let the schoolmasters puzzle their minds with grammar, and nonsense, and learning."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4--Sentinel 3, Reporter 4; Wrestling 1. Ambition: Service
"His mind was troubled with sheer happiness." F.F.A. 1; Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Stud. Coun. 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 2,3,4--Treas. 3; "E" Cl. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Annual St. 4; Board of Directors 4. Ambition: Chemical Engineer
"The strength of twenty men."
F.F.A. 1,2; Football 1,3,4; French Cl. 1; Junior Play; Senior Play.
"Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well." Transfer
Ambition: Apprentice at Caterpillar
"I grow old learning something new every day." Wrestling 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band; Key Cl.
3,4--Board Member; "E" Cl. 3; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,4; Junior Play.
Ambition: College--Music Major
"She was educated and that was good for her." A.F.S. 4; G.A.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; Library Cl. 4; Annual St. 4; Exchange Student from Thailand. Ambition: PharmacistELAINE SCHLIPF
"Pretty to walk with and witty to talk with."
F. H.A. 4—V. Pres.--Sec. 17 Sec.--High Points A--rd.;
G. A.A. 4; Chorus 1,2,4; Library Cl. 3; Junior Play; Annual St. 4; A.F.S. 3,4.
"All mankind loves a lover."
Wrestling 2; Football 1,2,3--All Conference 3; Baseball 1,2; "E" Cl. 2,3,4.
DOUG SHADEWALDT "Glad that 1 live am I."
Football 1; Band 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4.
"'Tis wise to learn; 'tis God--like to create." Wrestling 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; "E" Cl. 4; French Cl. 3,4; Chorus 1,4; Annual St. 4; Letter of Commendation--NMSQT.
DANNY STIMPERT "Handsome is as handsome does."
Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; "E" Cl.; Annual St. 4; Band 1,2; Chorus 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Freethrow Trophy; Homecoming Att. 4.
JIM STOLLER "Knowledge is power."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4--Sec. 2--V.Pres. 3--Pres. 4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Nat'l Honor Society 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Basketball 1; Spanish Cl. 2,3--Sec. 4; Senior Play; Annual St. 4; Class Pres. 1.
SHIRLEY VANDECRAFT "Thursday's child has far to go."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Fashion Illustrator or Commercial Artist
"The female of the species is more deadly than the male."
G.A.A. 1,2,3; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; Senior Play; Annual St. 4; Homecoming Attendant 2. Ambition: Happiness in life
"I have touched the highest point of all my greatness." Transfer
Girl's State, 1966
Ambition: To get my high school diploma and retire! HELEN WHITE
"I love fool's experiments, I am always making them."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Nursing
"Never promise more than you can perform."
Football 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; "E" Cl. 2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: College or Viet Nam CHARLES WIKENHAUSER
"Every age has its pleasures, its style of wit, and its own ways."
Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Stud. Coun. 1; Wrestling 2; Football 1,3; Key Cl. 2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2, 3,4; V.P. 4; Junior Play; Annual St.; V. Pres.
3,4; Boy's State.
"People who make no noise are dangerous."
F.H.A. 2,3,4--Points Chairman 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Library Cl. 2,3; Annual St. 4.
"It is not every question that deserves an answer."
F.F.A. 2,3,4--Treas. 4; Spanish Cl. 1. Ambition: Make money
"Gentlemen always seem to remember blondes." Transfer
G.A.A. 3,4; Annual St. 4; Library Cl. 3. Ambition: Social Worker
Salutatorian Susan Krug
Valedictorian Jim Stoller
Virginia Bell ...............................3.93
Don Lindsey .................................3.80
Karen Hartman ..............................3.57
John Hankey ................................3.50
Linda Mahaffey .............................3.46
Charles Wikenhauser Myra Duffy
65I, Ray Aldrich, leave my finesse with the women to Cory Sparrow.
I, Virginia Bell, leave my Betty Crocker cookbook to Linda Faulk.
I, Don Benedict, leave my collection of "figures'1 to Mr. Kays.
I, Rick Bohlander, leave my white "tennies" to Coach Stoeffler.
I, Susan Casey, leave my neatness and good manners to Mary Jeffreys.
I, Dan Craig, leave my bottle of No Doze to the person lucky enough to get my seat in English next year.
I, Myra Duffy, leave my serious attitude to Kitty Bowman.
I, Darlene Duley, leave all my blubber to Tommy Martin.
I, Patsy Edwards, leave my ability to flirt to Pam Nohren.
We, John Etcheson and Jerry Lay, leave our dynamic duo-relationship to Patty and Steve!
I, Christine Evans, leave 75 pounds to the person who needs it more than I do, Kathy Volz.
I, Karen Evans, leave for the fabulous world of flight!
I, Gary Faulk, leave my collection of Mad magazines to Howard Harms.
I, Diane Fever, leave my charming way with Hin-thornes to Debbie Wickenhauser and Cheryl Heller.
I, Henry Graber, do hereby leave three inches of my height to Ray Attig to start him growing again.
I, Jim Green, leave my shyness around girls to George Harroun.
I, Dennis Grube, leave my athletic prowess to Merlin Haas!
1, Mildred Gustafson, leave my "natural" blonde hair to Judy Wessel.
I, Kathy Haas, leave my fat legs to Susie. With mine too, maybe she'll have a pair.
I, Marilyn Haas, leave my "uniform" to Super Nerd. I know he'll look lovely.
I, John Hankey, leave my bright colored socks to Rick Heiken.
I, Dennis Harroun, leave my ability to empty wastebaskets to anyone with the knack.
I, Karen Hartman, leave my modern problems stocks and bonds to anyone who can make some money on them.
I, Gayle Hielscher, leave my test tubes and Bunson burner to anyone who can balance an equation.
I, Jeff Hint home, leave with a terrific Fever!
I, Nancy Hocker, leave my ability to laugh at peanuts to Tom Feeney.
I, Vicki Hodel, leave my red pickup truck to any girl whose dad won't buy her a car.
I, Wesley Hoobler, leave my curly locks to John Scheer.
I, Delmar Jarman, leave. Ain't that good news, Mrs. Rinkenberger?
I, Sharon Kaufman, leave my beautiful gym socks to Tinker, who never has any.
I, Karmy Kays, leave, much cooler than when 1 entered ... I hope!?!
I, Keith Kelsey, leave with a good looking Koch!
I, Donna Kilpatrick, leave my well plucked eyebrows to Janet Schlipf.
I, Duane Kingdon, leave my football spikes to Dick Malcom; they gave me blisters!
I, Susan Krug, leave my ability to say, "We were only playing cards," to anyone who will believe it.
I, Don Lindsey, leave my knack for attending girls' slumber parties to Steve Davison .
I, Linda Mahaffey, leave, betting . . . What are the odds of winning my Betts?
I, Donna McClure, leave for the wild and wonderful campus of U of I.
I, Joe McFall, leave my ability to complicate even the simplest sentence to Jerry Smith.
I, Patty McFall, leave my red roses to anyone daring enough to wear them!
We, Geniece McGhee and Martha McGough, leave Mrs. Schuler and Mr. McNealy mere shells of their former selves--a little older and a little grayer.
I, Mike McWilliams, leave my public-speaking ability to the next pour soul who has to give all these speeches!
I, Bev Meier, leave hoping Ownie will make good use of her years at E.P.H.S.
I, David Neisler, leave my typing ability to Tom Carr. It didn't do me any good!
1, Bonita Pollack, leave chemistry to anyone who can tackle it.
I, Nancy Punke, leave with a Chip on my shoulder!
I, Larry Reeves, leave my safe driving habits to Tom Feeney.
I, Keith Roberts, leave my ability to shoot field goals to Les Dunmire.
1, Ron Roeske, leave my ability in chemistry to Mr. Stem.
I, Gary Rutledge, leave my school spirit to someone who likes the town of Roanoke better than El Paso!
I, John Sampen, leave, carrying my heart in a sax.
I, Kanu Sapoo, leave my ability to sing to Joan Steffen.
I, Elaine Schlipf, leave all my good times to anyone brave enough to take them.
I, Bob Seggerman, leave my role as Don Juan, to whoever can fill my shoes while I'm away!
I, Doug Shadewalt, leave my hot Chevy to Mr. McNealy. It's a big sacrifice!
I, Danny Steffen, leave the clippings from my last haircut to Mr. Swain.
I, Danny Stimpert, leave, . . . come on, Debbie!
I, Jim Stoller, leave, herding my Olds down the road.
I, Shirley Vandegraft, leave my style of dancing to David Fever, although he already has a "unique" dancing style of his own!
I, Marcia Vogel, leave, cramped in a MG!
I, Susie Walden, leave my determination to get my diploma to anyone silly enough to quit before she gradu ates.
I, Helen White, leave my ability to comprehend bookkeeping to Mrs. Hankey . . . more power to her!
I, Tom Wickenhauser, leave for the unknown where people don't know my middle name.
I, Chuck Wikenhauser, leave my talent (??) for acting to Mike Lemon.
I, Margie Woosley, leave my four-year perfect attendance record to George Harroun!
I, Jerry Wright, leave my sideburns to Darrel Parkhouse.
I, Teresa Yount, leave my George to anyone who can handle him.
ChuckArmstrong, Robert Aylward, Marcella Berg, Marcella Berg, Marilyn Blackmore, Larry
Boertlein, John Bowman, Sandy Breach, Vernon Carr, Tom Casey, Shirley
Cleary, Steve Davison, Steve Duncan, Jerry Egger, Pam Evans, Randy
3 Everett, Jerry
Faulk, Kathleen Gauger, George Gilliland, Mark Greene, Mike
Haas, Steve Haas, Suzie Harms, Howard Heiken, Rick Jeffreys, Leanna
Jones, Glenda Jones, Roger Kilpatrick, Karen Kilpatrick, Mike Knepp, Curt
72Kock, Kathy Krug, John Liddle, Judy Lykkebak, Barbara Mayne, Cyndy Moo I, Karen
Nelson, Sandy Pannier, Donald Pinkham, Steve Price, Pam Rinkenberger, Ron
Salyards, Jane Sampen, Don Scheer, Julie Schreck, Dennis Schroeder, David Schuler, John
Simpson, Trent Smith, Jerry Sparks, Susan Steffen, Joan Stimpert, Frank
Stokes, Margaret Vandegraft, Yvonne Volk, Kathy Wickenhauser, Debbie Wikenhauser, Jane Wilkey, Steve
President V. President Treasurer Secretary
Ron Rinkenberger Frank Stimpert Mike Greene Sandy Bowman
Prom 'Armstrong, Carol Aylward, Shirley Baker, Jack Barker, Raleigh Bechtold, Diana
Davison, Debbie Dawson, Terry Duffy, Michael Dunmire, Leslie Enright, Patty
Feeney, Tom Fever, Debbie Hankey, Tom Harroun, Dave
Harroun, George Harvey, Janet Hielscher, Paula Hinthome, Ruth Hodel, Cindy
McClure, Keith McFall, Wanda Nohren, Pamela Parkhouse, Darrell
Jording, Kathryn Kaufman, Carol Kaufman, Karel Kearfott, Chuck Kellerhals, Gary
Kraft, Ricky Kuebler, Marvin Lemon, Michael Lykkebak, John Malcom, Dick
Partner, Jay Peters, Alice Pierceall, Janice Pierceall, Linda Pierceall, Tony
Pitzer, Pat Porth, Dick Price, Sandy Punke, Jim
Rathbun, Roberta Reckling, Crystal Rippel, Kathy Roeske, Rick Roy, Cathy
76Rutledge, Larry Scheer, John Schroeder, John Shoemaker, Dennis Smith, Roger
Sparrow, Cory Stauter, Steven Steele, Herb Summy, Jim Talbert, Bobbie
Van Scyoc, Grant Wallace, Marvin Waller, Esther Wendland, Jill West, Jack
White, Reg Young, Linda Yount, Linda
President John Lykkebak
V. President Pat Byerly
Treasurer Michael Lemon
Secretary Connie KnappM
Armstrong, Gregory Armstrong, Rebecca Attig, Ray Bailey, Randall Barker, Nancy
Barker, Stephen Bechtold, Karen Brucker, Susan Breach, Vicki Berg, Walter
Donze, Rebecca Drake, Allen Duffy, Mark Dunmire, David Edgecomb, Robert
Faulk, Linda Fever, David Fever, Ronnie Franke, Sharon Craber, Eddie
Linda Haas, Dennis Haas, Merlin Hanna, Robert Hartman, Randel Heller, Cheryl
Jarman, Connie Jeffreys, Mary Kapraun, Donald Kearfott, John Kilpatrick, Mary King, Vicki
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