El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1970
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1970 volume:
El Paso High School El Paso, Illinois
- Si" illIt seems there isn't enough time during one's senior year for everything that has to be done, but we, the Class of 1970, would like to take time now to recall some of the happenings of the past few years.
On May 31, 1966, we, as a class of 84 students, were promoted from the 8th grade to high school. It was a great event. Following the graduation ceremony, we proceeded to the high school gym and presented the "Grand March." Later we attended a dance in gym entitled "Peppermint a Go-Go." It was a little crowded with 84 students, a band, teachers, and chaperones.
The next fall we cautiously entered high school. For some unknown reason, the seniors didn't take an immediate liking to us. It was a common sight to see girls with lipstick smeared on their faces, and boys dripping to classes after having encountered senior boys near the water fountain. Ron Fever was class president that year. Allen Drake was vice-president, with Eileen Berlin serving as secretary and Mary Ellen Kilpatrick as treasurer. Since we needed money, we decided to have a "Slave Day" for our money-making project. Our services were auctioned off to the highest bidders. It was quite a profitable day. Several students brought high bids, but first prize went to Cheryl Pitzer who made $25 for the class. Cheryl, Diane Price, and Curt Heibenthal joined our class in our freshman year. The judges at the homecoming parade that year were not too impressed with our float entitled "We'll Huff and Puff to Victory." In the tradition of freshmen, we placed last.
Things picked up during our sophomore year. Driver's Education was very exciting. Our instructor, "Mac," was a calm, brave person. He kept cool even when Marlene Berlin tried to disable a school bus by hitting it in the garage. He was quite understanding when Linda Nauman hit Mr. Claggett's car. He didn't even get angry when Kathy Volz nearly hit a tree. He seemed to enjoy the never-dull trips to the country, and he learned quite a bit about birds from Bob Miller. Class officers that year were:
Don Steffen, president; Jim Higgins, vice-president; Becky Armstrong, secretary; and Gladys Moser, treasurer. During our sophomore year we lost several of our classmates who transferred to different schools. Vicki King, Karen Pollock, and Kurt Egger left El Paso for other schools. At homecoming that year, our float got second place. Our theme was "We'll Record a Victory."
Things were even better our junior year. Our play, "Home Sweet Homicide," was our first attempt at that sort of thing. It was directed by Mrs. Margaret Hatt and included such stars as Mary Ellen Kilpatrick, Marlene Berlin, Gladys Moser, and Allen Drake. No one won an Academy Award for his performance, but Mark Duffy ended up with quite a stomach ache. He took his role seriously--eating and all. Becky Donze was student director.
That year two of our classmates, Eileen and Marlene Berlin were hosts to our foreign exchange student, Carolyn Cousins, from Australia. Although Carolyn was a senior, she was very close to many of our classmates. Janet Schlipf was our class president, with Curt Heibenthal as vice-president, Diane Price, secretary, and Becky Armstrong as treasurer.
The "Coronation Ball" was the theme for the Junior-Senior prom. We were hosts to the seniors at a banquet at the Elms. "The Count Five" played for the prom, and "The Surviving Souls" entertained at post-prom. Dave Harroun and Carolyn Cousins were King and Queen. Nancy Canull and Connie Talbert transferred to El Paso from Roanoke-Benson during our junior year, and Chuck Schlattman transferred from Minnesota. Beth Rosenbury left El Paso for Tennessee, Cheryl Pitzer moved to Normal, and Rita Ulrich went to Oklahoma City. Our homecoming float called "Hustle Your Bustle," out-ranked the seniors, and we won first place.
Finally the time that everyone of us had been waiting for came. We were Seniors !
We were the rulers now. As "hazing freshmen" comes naturally to seniors, we felt it our duty to initiate them. However, the freshmen and Mr. Kays felt differently. Jane Etcheson was elected class president, and Dennis Haas our faithful vice-president. Our secretary was Mary McWilliams, and Eddie Graber was treasurer.
Linda Nauman, Tom Martin, Becky Armstrong, Dennis Haas, and Janet Schlipf were among the stars of our senior play. It was called "The Bus Stops Here," and Mr. Grose directed with the assistance of student director, Carolyn Riker. Homecoming this year was a great event. For the first time since our class had been in high school, we won our homecoming game. We defeated the Flanagan Falcons. Our float, entitled, "We'll Trap Their Mousey Team," won second place to the junior float, but nothing could dull our spirts. The homecoming theme was "Wonderful World of Color." Presiding King and Queen were two seniors who had grown up together, Bob Hunsinger and Cheryl Heller.
As seniors we were guests of the junior class at Prom. On June 1, 1970, 74 students received their high school diplomas, and left El Paso High, ready for the future.
"Of evils we must choose the least."
"Woman is woman's natural ally."
Library Cl. 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Missionary Nurse
"The very pink of perfection."
St. Council 4; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Library Cl. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,
Sports Chr. 3,4; Majorette 3; Chorus 1,2; Sr. Play; Jr. Att.; Class Sec. 2; Class Treas. 3; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Pep Cl. 2; Sec. 3; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Business Career
"Everything's got a moral, if only you can find it."
Art Cl. 4; Band 4; Chorus 3,4; Madr. 4. Ambition: Service
"But who would guard the guards themselves." Library Cl. 4; Mar. B. 1; Concert B. 1; Chorus 2,3,4; Madr. 3,4; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
KAREN BECHTOLD "Facts are stubborn things."
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3,4; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Dental Assistant
"I am going to be great perhaps."
Mar. B. 1,2,3; Concert B. 1,2,3; Stage B. 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Madr. 2,3; Jr. Play 3.
Ambition: Business Career
"It is grievous to be caught."
"She appeared a true goddess in her walk."
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; C.A.A. 1, Pts. Chr. 2,3,4; Mar. B. 1,2,3; Concert B. 1,2,3; Stg. B. 1,3,4; Chorus 1,2;
Class Sec. 1; G.A.A. Fay Crusius Mem. Award; French Hon. St. 2; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Registered Nurse
"Secret, and self-contained, and solitary as an oyster."
A. F.S. 1,2,3,4; Libr. Cl. 2; C.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mar.
B. 1,2,3,4; Concert B. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Mad. 3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Registered Nurse
"Speak softly and carry a big stick."
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; C.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mar. B. 1,2,3; Concert B. 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Jr. Play; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Registered Nurse
"Never change when love has found its home." Transfer from Roanoke-Benson: Lib. C. 3,4. Ambition: Marriage and Secretary
"Who can give law to lovers? Law is a greater law to itself."
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 2,3; C.A.A. 1,2,3; Sr. Rep. 4; Cheerleader, Fresh. JV, Sr. Var.; Sr. Play 4; Jr. Play 3; Spanish Cl. 1,2,3; Pep Cl. 2,3.
Ambition: Business Career
"Nothing is so different but that it may be found out by seeking."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 3; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Secretary
"One may smile, and smile, and be a villain." A.F.S. 1,2,3; Lib. Cl. 1; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
"For she wishes not to seem, but to be the best. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mar. B. 2,3; Concert B. 2,3; Stg. B. 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Mad. 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: CollegePEGGY ENRIGHT
"The heart has its reasons."
St. Council 2; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 1,2; French Cl. 1,2,3; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
"To fish in troubled waters."
E. Cl. 4; Mar. B. 1,2; Concert B. 1,2; Football 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Spanish Cl. 1; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: College
"I must speak the truth, and nothing but the truth."
Perfect Attend. Award 1; Speech Contest 4. Ambition: Data Processing
JANE ETCHESON "Out of sight!"
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,4; French Cl. 1,2, 3,4; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play 4; Pep Cl. 2; Sr. Class Pres.; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Peace, Health, Happiness
"It is certain because it is impossible."
St. Council 2, Pres. 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,4; French Cl. 1,2, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Mar. B. 1,2,3,4; Concert B. 1,2,3,4; Stg. B. 1,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Madrigal 2,3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Class Vice-Pres. 1; Ann. St. 4; Speech Contest 4.
Ambition: Electronical Engineering
"The mysteries of mysteries."
E. Cl. 4; French Cl. 2; Wrestling 3. Ambition: Military Service
"He was never less at leisure than when at leisure."
St. Council 3; EC1. 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Ann. St. 4.
"I am going to seek the great, perhaps." Basketball 1,2.
Ambition: Golf Course ManagerSHARON FRANKE "I'll tell the world."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Madrigal 3,4; Outstanding Home Ec. St. 2; Crisco Award; Pep Cl. 2; Jr. Rep.; Ann. St. 4.
"Delay is preferable to error."
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; E. Cl. 1,2,3,4; Art Cl. 4; Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Ann. St. 4.
"Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control." A.F.S. 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 2; G.A.A. 2; Chorus 1,2; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
RONALD FEVER "Moderation in all things."
St. Council 3,4; French Cl. 2,3, V.P. 4; Key Cl. 1,2, V.P. 3, Pres. 4; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play; Jr. Play; Stg. Band 1,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Madrigal 2,3; Fresh. Class Pres. Ambition: College, Accountant
"To do a great right, do a little wrong."
St. Council 4; E. Cl. 3,4; Key Cl. 1,2,3,4; Football 2,4; Track 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Sr. Class V.P.; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Ann. St. 4; Speech Contest 4.
"Curiosity is one of the permanent characteristics of a vigorous intellect."
E. Cl. 2,3,4; French Cl. 2,3,4; Key Cl. 1,2, Sec. 3,4; Ann. St. 4.
"A good folly is worth whatever you pay for it."
A.F.S. 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Library Cl. 2; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
"There is no such word as fail."
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; French Cl. 2,3,4; Sr. Class Treas.; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Electrical EngineerJOHN HINTHORNE
"I can resist everything except temptation."
E Cl. 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Undecided
CURT HEIBENTHAL "Perish the thought!"
Transfer from Ashton. E Cl. 3, Pres. 4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 1,2; Concert B. 1,2; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Sr. Attend.; Soph. Attend; Jr. Class V.P.; Ann. St. 4, Sp. Contest.
Ambition: College, Navy
"Whose little body lodged a mighty mind." Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2, Treas. 3,4; State Farmer; French Cl. 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Sp. Contest.
"Now join your hands, and with your hands your hearts."
F.H.A. 1,2, Rec. Officer 3, Pub. Relat. 4; Library Cl. 3, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Queen; Ann. St. 3, Editor 4, Sp. Contest. Ambition: Medical Assistant
"Men may come and men may go, but I go on forever."
E. Cl. 3,4; Football 1,2,3, Tri-Cap. 4; Wrestling 3,4; Jr. Attend.; Sr. King; Ann. St. 4.
"Put himself upon his good behavior." E Cl. 3; Track 3.
"He's sudden if a thing comes in his head."
E Cl. 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3, Treas. 4; Key Cl. 1, Treas. 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soph. Class V.P.; Boys State Delegate; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: College, Business Career
RAN DEL HARTMAN
"Things are seldom what they seem."
F.F.A. 1, Reporter 2, Pres. 3,4; Baseball 1,2. Ambition: College
DIANA IOERGER "Love all, trust a few."
St. Council 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Qualified Bookkeeper
"A little learning is a dangerous thing. Ambition: Service or Caterpillar
"In silence also there's a worth that brings no risk."
F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
MARY ELLEN KILPATRICK "At the fit hour 'tis sweet to unbend." A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2; Spanish Cl. 1, G.A.A. 1,2, Pts. Chr. 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Fresh. Treas. Ann. St. 4; Speech Contest 4. Ambition: Special Education Teacher
"Observe moderation. In all, the fitting season is best."
St. Council 1, Vice-Pres. 2,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 1; French Cl. 1,2, Pres. 3,4; Sr. Play; Ann. St. 4; G.A.A. 1, Sports Chr. 2, Class Rep.
3, Pres. 4.
"Man to command and woman to obey."
E Cl. 3,4; Key Cl. 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Ann. St. 3, Editor 4.
DON KAPRAUN "A finger in every pie."
F.F.A. 1,2,3, Treas. 4; Library Cl. 4; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Undecided
"It is easy for men to talk one thing and think another."
F.F.A. 1,2,3, Reporter 4; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: UndecidedBARBARA LINDSEY "I laughed till I cried."
A.F.S. 2; F.H.A. 4; Library Cl. 3,4; C.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Pom-Pom Squad 4; Sr. Play; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Pep Cl. 2,3; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Business C areer
"Absence, that common spark of love."
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3; Fresh. Cheerleader; Class Sec. 4; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
"With women the heart argues, not the mind." A.F.S. 4; Library Cl. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,4; Sr. Play 4; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
"Never say more than is necessary."
A.F.S. 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1, Pub. Rel. 2,3,4; Library Cl. Sec. 2, Pres. 3; French Cl. 1,2,3, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2; Con. Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Jr. Play 3; Class Treas. 2; Ann. St. 4; Speech Con. 4.
"Be always sure you're right--then go ahead." A.F.S. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Sec. 4; French Cl. 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Business Career and Marriage
"For everything you have missed, you have gained something else."
Student Council 1; Wrestling 1,2. Ambition: Actor
r . delores McWilliams
- "Truth is stranger than fiction." A.F.S. 2; F.H.A. 1,2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Library Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Pom-Pom Squad 4; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Beautician
"Shut not your doors to me proud libraries." Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Fr. Cl.
1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3; Con. Band 1,2,3; Stg. Band 1,3,4; Chorus 1,2,4; Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play 3; Sr. Play 4; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Registered NurseDIANA NOHREN
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low." Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; French Cl. 1,2,3; Treas. 3; G.A.A. 1,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3; Con. Band 1,2,3; Stage Band. 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Mad. 1,2,3; Sr. Attend.; Music Award 1; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Business Career
"He, from whose lips divine persuasion flows." F.F.A. 3,4; Football 1,2; Annual St. 4. Ambition: Military Service
"Tell that to the Marines!"
A.F.S. 1,2; Library Cl. 1,2; Jr. Play; Soph. Attend.; Annual St. 4.
"The will to do; the soul to dare."
A.F.A. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; French Cl. 2,3,4, Sec. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,
3,4, Sr. Rep.; Stage Band 4; Chorus 2,3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Pep Cl. 2,3, Jr. Rep. 3; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: College; Musical Career
"One that loves his fellow man."
Basketball 1,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual St. 4.
Ambition: Golf Course Manager
JOE RINKENBERCER "What, NEVER? Hardly ever! " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Ambition: Trade School
"I would be married to a single life."
E Club 3,4; Football 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 4; Track 4; Annual St. 4. Ambition: College
"You may fire when ready, Gridley."
St. Coun. 2,3, Sec. 3; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; I ib. Cl. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Cheerleader 1,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Ann. St. 1,4, Speech Con. 4.
Ambition: CollegeCHUCK SCHLATTMAN 'True Grit"
Transfer from Buffalo Lake, Minnesota. E. Cl. 3,4; Concert B. 3; Stg. B. 3; Chorus 3,4; Football 3; Wrestling 3,4; Jr. Play; Ann. St. 4. Ambition: Wrestling Coach
"The female of the species is more deadly than the male."
E. Cl. 3,4; French Cl. 2; Football 1,2,3,4, Tri-Cpt. 4; Ann. St. 4.
"How hard it is for women to keep counsel." St. Council 1; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3; A.F.S. 1,2, 3,4; Library Cl. 1,2,3; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Art Cl. 4, Art Honor Award; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Sr. Play; Homecoming Att. 1; Class Pres. 3; Ann. St. 4; Speech Contest 4; V.P. Art Club; Pres. Nat'l Honor Soc. 4.
Ambition: Commercial Artist and College
"A great love goes here with a little gift." Transfer: Roanoke-Benson. F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 1.
Ambition: Housewife and Secretary
"Men should be what they seem. Ambition: College
"Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent."
A.F.S. 1,2,4; Library Cl. 1,2,3; French Cl. 1,2,4; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1; Chorus 4; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: Fashion Career
DON STEFFEN "Live while ye may."
F.F.A. 3,4; Mar. B. 1,2; Concert B. 1,2; Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3; Class Pres. 2; Ann. St. 4.
"There is nothing permanent except change. E. Cl. 2,3,4; Basketball 3; Baseball 2,3,4; Homecoming Att. 1.
Ambition: Air ForceELLEN WICKENHAUSER "That's another story."
A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Library Cl. 2, Sec. 4; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 1, Class Rep. 2, Sports Chr. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Mar. B. 1,2; Concert B. 2,3; Pom-Pom Squad 3,4; Pep Cl. Vice-Pres. 2; Ann. St. 4.
Ambition: To Travel
"Something attempted, something done."
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Library Cl. 2,3,4; Spanish Cl. 1,2; Ann. St. 4.
Eileen Berlin 3.93
Becky Donze 3.86
Eddie Graber 3.81
Kathy Wolfe 3.77
Allen Drake 3.76
Nancy Rinkenberger 3.75
Rebbeca Armstrong 3.63
Diana Nohren 3.61
Marlene Berlin 3.43
Linda Nauman 3.33
Janet Schlipf 3.33
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT: Jane Etcheson V.-PRESIDENT: Dennis Haas SECRETARY: Mary McWilliams TREASURER: Eddie Graber
Aldrich, Robert Allen, John Armstrong, Kathy Armstrong, Susan Aylward, Lois
Baker, Becky Bigger, Steve Birch, Bill Bishop, Robert Bowen, Kathy
Carman, Marilyn Carr, Tim
Carrithers, Judy Cleary, Susan Cox, Cathy Crusius, Gay
Dressier, Ken Duffy, Martin Duncan, Craig Duncan, Judy Dunmire, Cindy Eckhart, Wayne
Evans, Peggy Everett, John Faulk, Kenny Faulk, Bob Fever, Jane Fever, Larry
Gauger, Karen Grube, Doug Gustafson, Hellen Haas, Andy Hanna, Patty
Heibenthal, Gary Heller, Dan Higgins, John Hynes, Mark Jones, Gene
Jones, Mark Jones, Suzy Kaufman, Eddy Kelsey, Neil Kerr, RichardKitchell, Mary Koch,Linda Lay, Linda Ledford, John Lubkeman, Mark
McFall, Margie Miller, Danny Miller, Mike Montgomery, Steve Murphy, Sandy
Nielsen, Chris Ortman, Betty Parkhouse, Steve Patterson, Mary Phillis, Doug Poorbaugh, Kim
Porth, Dick Porzelius, Jeff Reeves, Dianne Reinkensmeyer, Dave Riley, Paula Savers, Ken
Schmidt, Cliff Schuessler, Cindy Simpson, Reid Smith, Danny Snyder, Mike
Sparrow, Joni Stephens, David Stitt, Ellen Sutton, Terry Tate, Randy
Toole, Cindy Vandegraft, Marilyn Volk, Margaret Volk, Scott Waller, Jennie
White, Jean White, Joan White, Lance Wilkey, Dawn Wilkey, RobertSophomores
Allen, Kathy Allen, Rusty Arbuckle, Charles Armstrong, David Armstrong, Jack
Aylward, Betty Baize, Lawrence Baker, Joe Baker, Linda Barker, Lois
Bechtold, Cynthia Benedict, Dan Buster, Tomie Cox, Ricky Craig, Donald
Crawford, Kenneth Crump, Cynthia Delaney, Michael Drake, Arthur Dressier, Gary
Edwards, Tom Enright, Carol Faulk, Jeffrey Faulk, Randy Fever, Denise Fever, Terry
Ficken, Robert Carrels, Charles Graybill, Candy Haas, Susan Haas, Theresa
Harms, Karen Harr a wood, Doris Harr a wood, Floyd Harroun, Douglas Hasty, Michael
Hinthorne, Patricia Hodel, Colleen Hunsinger, Susan Jakob, Crystal Johnson, MichaelJording, Beverly Jording, Leroy Kaurman, David Kays, Susan Kearfott, Dan
Kingdon, Kay Knapp, Janice Knepp, John Koos, Gene Krowlek, Shane
Krug, Duane Ledford, Jowanda Malcom, Tony Martin, Donna Miller, Donald
Miller, Pamela Moberly, Deborah Ann Mool, Sharon Morgan, Terry Nohren, Douglas
North, Bruce Porth, Ronald Proventure, Dave Punke, Terry Re deni us, Kathy Riley, Barbara
Robbins, Charles Rodriguez, Pedro Rutledge, Daniel Schlattman, Veronica Schreck, Charles
Servis, Leroy Smith, David Sparks, Sharon Stephens, Connie Sutton, Sharon
Swanson, Susan Van Scyoc, Loren Whisker, Steven Wolfe, Rodney Young, MichaelFreshmen
Armstrong, Steven B. Armstrong, Steven E. Benedict, Mary Berg, Pamela Berlin, Richard
Boyd, Bonnie Breach, Loren Canull, Debra Sue Cline, David Cox, Ellen
Craig, Raye Ann Davison, Sandra Davison, Susan
Duncan, Debra Duncan, Randall Durbin, Roger Etcheson, Jerry Fever, DeLois
Franke, Karen Furrow, Wayne Graham, Rhonda Greene, Debbie Greenwood, Melanie
Grube, Nancy Gustafson, Roy Hartman, Denise Higgins, Mary Hostetler, Allan
Hynes, Michael Jarman, Monica Jones, Connie Jones, Jon Kelsey, Kay
Knoll, Bonnie Koch, Dianna Krowlek, Sharon Lari more, Lindy Loisel, CharleneLubkeman, Steven Mahaffey, Mark Martin, Roberta McGhee, John McWilliams, James
Miller, Debra Parkhouse, Mary Phillis, Debra Pinkham, Karen Rathbun, Debbie
Raymer, Gary Rebbec, Martin Reeves, Nicky
Rinkenberger, Janene Robbins, Ellen Schlipf, Karen Schmidt, Robert Schuessler, Deb
Schumacher, Ken Sengpiel, Jackie Smith, Sally Jo Sparrow, Mary Stokes, Mary
Sutton, Alfred Sutton, Deborah Tate, Karen Tiller, Linda Tipler, Connie
Vandagraft, Cora Volz, Barbara Walters, Floyd Wilkey, Kathy Wilkey, Randy
Wilkey, Tom Williams, Wanda Yount, Starr Zimmerman, Dave Zimmerman, JeanetteSophomore Leaders
PRESIDENT--DAN KEARFOTT VICE-PRESIDENT—LEROY JORDINC SECRETARY--CRYSTAL JACKOB TREASURER--SHARON SUTTON ADVISORS--MRS. McCRORARTY MR. RECKLING
PRESIDENT--NEIL KELSEY VICE-PRESIDENT—JUDY CARRITHERS SECRETARY--GAY CRUSIUS TREASURER--KEN FAULK AD VISORS--MRS. WHEELER MR. KING
PRESIDENT—GARY RAYMER VICE-PRESIDENT --RHONDA GRAHAM SEC.-TREAS.--JANETTE ZIMMERMAN ADVISORS--MISS McKAY MR. ROY
23FACULTYBoard of Education
W Etcheson, D. Zimmerman, G. Kaufman, M. Moreland, M. Lindsey, G. Wilkey, K. Crusius. SUPERINTENDENT PRINCIPAL
Walter M. Claggett
Karmy J. Kays
Elaine MasseySchool Nurse
Norma Schuler "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine."
Michael Grose "Heaven never helps the man who will not act."
Mary Powell "Next to acquiring good friends, the best acquisition is that of good books."
Irene Wheeler "Industry in art is a necessity, not a virtue."
Donald Jenkins "Farmers are the founders of civilization and prosperity."
H. E. Reckling "It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness."Business Education
Margaret Hankey "To waken interest and kindle enthusiasm is the sure way to teach successfully."
Joan Edwards "Observe moderation. In all, the fitting season is the best."
Sylvia Banks Craig King
"Exactness in little duties is a won- "The end must justify the means."
derful source of cheerfulness."
Dave Wilson Michael Watson
"Good humor is one of the best "Keep cool and you command articles of dress one can wear in everything." society."Music
William Hertel "Music washes away from the soul the dust of every-day life."
Carolyn Peters "Music is well said to be the speech of angels."
Suzanne McGroarty "Thoroughly to teach another is the best way to learn for yourself."
Terry Schwab "The bright day is done, and we are for the dark."
Mary Lou Streid "Nothing is rarer than real goodness."
Margaret Connolly "There is not less eloquence in the voice, the eye, the gesture than in words."
Sandra Stemler "He listens well, who notes it."
Eldo Roy "Science, when well-digested, is nothing but good sense and reason."
Melody McKay "A man who is ignorant of foreign languages is ignorant of his own.IS IT SOUP YET?
Mrs. Volz, Mrs. Schramm, Mrs. Krug, Mrs. Crump, Mrs. Roy. Not pictured--Mrs. Gottel, Mrs. Roth.
Leo Finck, A1 Wessel, Harold Schlink, Bob Schlattman.
Dave Porter, Gordon Crawford, Bill Armstrong, Roger Benson, Harold Thorndike.
Louise LaySPORTSVarsity Football
IRST ROW: Mark Hynes, Gary Heibenthal, Eddie Kaufman, Terry Wilkey, Neil Kelsey, Steve Bigger, Bob Faulk, Dan Heller, ohn Higgins. SECOND ROW: Coach Bill Wolfe, Merlin Haas, Mark Duffy, Dennis Haas, Jim Higgins, Mike Stokes, Curt Hei- enthal, Bob Hunsinger, Dave Dunmire, John Hinthorne, Greg Armstrong, Don Kingdon, Coach Mike Watson. THIRD ROW: 4ike Miller, Dave Armstrong, Mike Snyder, Joe Baker, Leroy Jording, Larry Baise, Mark Lubkeman, Mark Jones, Ken Savers.
1969-70 VARSITY RECORD: Eureka OPPONENT 18 EL PASO 14 COMET OF THE WEEK John Higgins
Gridley 8 8 Bob Hunsinger
Chenoa 0 58 Curt Heibenthal
Minonk 13 12 Mike Stokes
Cornell 0 14 Mark Hynes
Flanagan (Homecoming) 6 14 John Higgins
Woodland 8 38 Jim Higgins
Lexington 0 22 Leroy Jording Mike Snyder
Costa Galesburg 14 18 Mike Stokes
33The El Paso High School football team struggled through its first four games and emerged with a dismal 1--2--1 record. The Comets then caught fire and swept the last five games on the schedule and wound up with a respectable 6 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie. El Paso finished in second place in the Mid-State Conference with a 5--1--1 mark.
Only six points separated the Comets from an undefeated season as the Comets absorbed an 18--14 opening loss to Eureka, an 8--8 tie with Gridley, and a 13--12 defeat at Minonk.
El Paso's offense, which averaged 22.2 points per game, reached its peak with a 58--0 blasting of Chenoa in the third game of the season, while the defense shut out three opponents and limited three others to eight or less points.
El Paso will lose the services of the following regulars: Line-backer-fullback, Curt Heibenthal; offensive-defensive guard, Bob Hunsinger; offensive-defensive tackle,
Mike Stokes; offensive-defensive tackle, Dave Dunmire; defensive tackle, Don King-don; quarterback, Jim Higgins; defensive halfback, John Hinthorne; offensive end, Dennis Haas; and offensive guard, Merlin Haas.
The Comets will return two all-Conference selections: defensive halfback, Mark Hynes, and offensive end John Higgins. Honorable mention selections Terry Wilkey at line-backer, halfback Leroy Jording, and defensive halfback Mike Snyder will boost the Comets' hopes for a successful season next year as will honorable mention Little All-State center Neil Kelsey, who was picked at honorable mention on both defensive and offensive all-conference squads. Terry Wilkey was voted "most spirited player" and Leroy Jording "most improved player," by their teammates.
Mike Stokes T ackle All-Conference (honor able - me ndon)
Curt Heibenthal Fullback All-Conference Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Back Tackling Trophy
Bob Hunsinger Guard
All-Conference--offense All-Conference--defense Most Valuable LinemanJim Higgins Merlin Haas Dennis Haas
Quarterback Guard End
Dave Dunmire T ackle
John Hinthorne Halfback
Mark Duffy Don Kingdon Greg Armstrong
Halfback Tackle HalfbackJ.V. Football
FIRST ROW: Gene Koos, Gary Raymer, Don Craig, Jon Jones, Loren VanScyoc, Tom Wilkey, Mike Hynes. SECOND ROW: Don Miller Mgr., David Cline Mgr., Dan Rutledge, Mike Johnson, Greg Dawson, Jim McWilliams, Steve Armstrong, Jeff Faulk, Ken Schumacher, Coach Dave Wilson. THIRD ROW: Leroy Jording, Larry Baise, Mike Hasty, Charles Schreck, Joe Baker, Randy Faulk, Floyd Walters, Doug Nohren.
OPPONENT EL PASO
Lexington 26 0
Gridley 13 18
Chenoa 26 0
Minonk 12 0
Flanagan 14 54
Woodland 6 12
Deer-Creek Mackinaw 6 6
Flanagan 6 26
36Dennis Hostetler, Curt Heibenthal, Mike Snyder, Doug Rathbun, John Higgins, Joe Baker, Ken Dressier, Jim Hig-gins, Dave Rinkensmeyer, Mark Duffy, Andy Haas, Coach Wolf.
Metamora El Paso 48 Opponents 62
Eureka 57 71
Cornell 66 63
Chenoa 62 58 TEAM RECORD
Woodland 55 62
Roanoke-Benson 53 69 Won 9 Lc
Flanagan 56 52
Henry (Holiday Tournament) 49 79 FREE THROWS
Chillicothe (Holiday Tournament) 52 65 Percent 56%
Cridley 67 79
Roanoke-Benson 48 53
Minonk 63 48
Lexington 51 55 overtime
Cornell 56 50
Roanoke-Benson (Woodford County) 54 55
Chenoa 70 57
Woodland 81 56 FIELD GOALS
Cridley 76 70 Percent 37%
Flanagan 61 71
Lexington 57 54
Minonk 63 64
Bloomington (Regional Tournament) 31 56
by Bill Wolf
JOHN HIGGINS--E1 Paso's Leading Scorer for 69-70 season. All-Conference Team (Unanimous) Best outside shooter in the conference.
KEN DRESSLER--E1 Paso's Top Rebounder and second leading scorer. Ken's highlight of the year was being selected to the All-Conference Team also.
DOUG RATHBUN —"Mr. Hustle" on both offense and defense led to Doug's being voted our Most Valuable Player for 69-70. He will be definitely missed and tough to replace next year.
JOE BAKER--Came on strong for our squad this year. Joe was voted by his teammates as the Most Improved Player this year. Joe has a great future--his hustle and desire will be respected by our opponents.
MIKE SNYDER--Improvement in Mike could be seen by all. Mike's best effort was against Lexington--the night we won the conference title. We will look for even better play from Mike next year.
CURT HEIBENTHAL--Curt was our sixth starter. Curt was a top-notch leader in handling press and led our team in assists. He is another conference champion who will be hard to replace.
JIM HIGGINS--Jim was a good strong reserve forward. When called upon--Jim met the challenge.
MARK DUFFY--Mark was very strong defensively. Mark helped tremendously in our first conference ball games. A knee injury hampered him in the late part of the season.
DENNIS HOSTETLER--Dennis was a four-year basketball candidate. Although he played sparingly--he provided excellent enthusiasm and spirit to our ball team.
DAVE RINKENSMEYER--Dave is an excellent shooter. He will have some fine shoes to fill for us next year. Look for him to really excel in the 1970-71 season.
ANDY HAAS--Andy is a real scrapper. He hustles all the time on offense and defense. Although Andy is only a small man--he will make up his size in desire and hustle ... he doesn't know when to quit.).V. Squad
John Knepp, Andy Haas, Loren VanScyoc, Steve Armstrong, Jim McWilliams, Doug Nohren, Randy Duncan, Mike Miller, Dave Rinkensmeyer, Mike Young, Jeff Faulk, Dan Benedict, Coach Dave Wilson.
El Paso Opponent
Metamora 35 36
Eureka 46 44
Cornell 49 47
Chenoa 39 40
Woodland 61 66
Roanoke 56 53
Flanagan 47 45
Gridley 47 44
Roanoke 55 58
Minonk 61 56
Lexingtoi 39 63
Cornell 38 39
Chenoa 70 68
Woodland 69 76
Gridley 55 41
Flanagan 59 57
Lexington 44 67
Minonk 63 57
Woodford County Tournament
El Paso 41 Roanoke 68
Freshman-Sophomore Tournament at Gridley
El Paso 43 Cornell 58
El Paso 49 Gridley 50 overtime (3rd)Results of the 1969 cheerleading tryouts held on May 13 were announced at the annual Honors Day assembly a week later.
The Varsity squad attended the I.S.U. Cheerleading clinic from June 23-28 along with 600 other cheerleaders. They received one 2nd place and two 3rd place ribbons for daily competition.
In the fall, the cheerleaders held a clinic for girls in grades 4-8 who were interested in cheerleading.
Coach Watson led the Comets to a successful football season which ended in a 2nd place conference position. Besides the victory over Flanagan Friday, October 17, a skit by the players an an enthusiastic pep meeting contributed to the success of Homecoming week. Football season was terminated by the annual football banquet which both squads had the pleasure of attending.
The Varsity received new uniforms for the basketball season. When the Comets claimed a first place tie in the Midstate Conference the cheerleaders included the entire community in a surprise victory celebration for the coach and team. Coach Wolfe was proud to end the season by treating the cheerleaders and players to a victory dinner.
TTie cheerleaders' success in promoting school spirit with the cooperation and advice of Mrs. Jean Rodgers added up to a truly memorable 1969-70 athletic season.
Charge-up-Varsity Junior Varsity
Joe Baker Ken Dressier
Doug Rathbun Mike Snyder
U High 96 1 2, Clinton 29 1 2, El Paso 27 Roanoke 83, El Paso 49
Forrest 68 1 2, Woodland 60 1 2, El Paso 54 1 2, Lexington 46, Chatsworth 18 1 2
Flanagan 78, El Paso 54
Pontiac 96 1 2, El Paso 35 1 2
El Paso 81, Minonk 49
El Paso 69, Chenoa 63
Gridley 69, El Paso 60
440, Mile Relay
120 High Hurdles, 180 Low Hurdles,
Long Jump, F-S 880 Relay
880, F-S 880 Relay
Mile, Long Jump, F-S 880 Relay
880 Relay, Mile Relay
Discus, Pole Vault, F-S 880 Relay
440, High Jump, Mile Relay
220, Long Jump, Discus
100, 220, 880 Relay, F-S 880 Relay
440, Mile Relay, 880 Relay
100, 180 Low Hurdles, Long Jump, 880
High Jump, Mile Relay
100, 220, Long Jump, 880 Relay
2nd place--Midstate Conference 3rd place--Woodford County 6th place--Normal Relays 5th place--Frosh-Soph Conference 6th place--Frosh-Soph County —
The following school records were set this year:
100 yd. Dash Mark Hynes 10.4 sec.
180 yd. Low Hurdles Mark Hynes 21.2 sec.
Broad Jump Mark Hynes 21 ft. 10 1 2 in.KNEELING: Doug Grube, Chuck Schlattman, Steve Bigger, Terry Fever, Tom Edwards, Gene Koos. STANDING: Merlin Haas, Bob Hunsinger, Leroy Jording, Reid Simpson, Chuck Robbins, Jack Armstrong, Coach Watson.
Below: Scott Volk.
WrestlingTom Edwards 98 lb.
Doug Grube 145 lb.
Leroy Jording 155 lb. lst--Tremont Tourney
Steve Bigger 165 lb.
Bob Hunsinger Captain Pinning Trophy lst--Tremont Tourney 4th--District Won 18 Lost 3
Chuck Schlattman lst--Tremont Tourney 1st--Leroy Tourney 4th--District Won 18 Lost 2
Won 5 Lost 5 Tied 1
EP 26 Metamora 20
EP 23 Tremont 25
EP 35 Roanoke 19
EP 13 Leroy 34
EP 24 Chenoa 21
EP 29 Octavia 39
EP 13 Gibson City 41
EP 36 Flanagan 20
EP 29 Roanoke 16
EP 43 Hartsburg-Emden 10
EP 15 Eureka 33
EP 18 Pontiac 34
EP 24 Leroy 28
EP 10 Octavia 41
EP 25 Chenoa 26
EP 28 Chenoa 23Baseball Team
ROW 1: Mark Mahaffey, Cary Raymer, Mark Hynes, Andy Haas, Mark Duffy, Jeff Por-zeluis, Mike Young, 2nd ROW: Mike Miller, Mike Hasty, Larry Baize, John Higgins, Jim Higgins, Mike Snyder, Jerry Whiskers, Jim McWilliams, Coach Wilson. Not Pictured: Wayne Furrow, Dan Benedict, Steve Whiskers.
El Paso 16 Flanagan 8
El Paso Lexington (R)
El Paso 16 Cridley (2) 12
El Paso Woodland (R)
El Paso 7 Cornell 3
El Paso 4,2 Eureka (2)9,12
El Paso 2 Chenoa 1
Q Paso 2 Minonk 10
El Paso vs. Normal
El Paso vs. Minonk
El Paso vs. Cridley
El Paso fielded a Golf team for the first time in several years and finished a moderately successful season with 6 wins and 11 losses. Doug Rathbun, Terry Everett, Jim Higgins, Darrel Punke, Dave Rink-ensmeyer, John Higgins, Andy Haas, and Joe Baker lettered for the Comets during their rebuilding season.
Dave Rinkensmeyer, Mark Maharfey, Andy Haas, Cliff Schmidt, Mike Miller, Dan Kearfott, Bob Schmidt, Bill Birch, Dave Armstrong, Bruce North, Terry Everett, Jim Higgins, John Higgins, Joe Baker, Cary Raymer, Doug Nohren, Doug Rathbun, Darrel Punke, Coach Wolf.ACTIVITIESQueen Cheryl
King BobSophomore Attendants Cindy and Doug
Freshman Attendants Diana and Tom7970 Annual Staff
EDITORS: Cheryl Heller, Don Kingdon JUNIOR EDITORS: Judy Carrithers, Neil Kelsey BUSINESS MANAGER: Sharon Franke PHOTOGRAPHERS: Linda Greenwood, Dave Fever SENIOR SECTION: Diana Ioerger, Mary E. Kilpatrick CLASS WILL Mary McWilliams, Linda Faulk
ADMINISTRATION: Diana Nohren, Becky Armstrong, Mary McWilliams
END-OF-YEAR-ACTIVITIES: Carolyn Riker, Barb Lindsey, Delores McWilliams, Diane McGhee HOMECOMING: Kitty Bowman, Nancy Rinkenberger ORGANIZATION: Dennis Haas, Gladys Moser UNDERCLASSMEN: Becky Armstrong, Peg Enright
MUSIC: Eileen Berlin, Susan Brucker, Linda Nauman, Nancy Barker, Becky Donze
CHEERLEADERS: Kitty Bowman, Nancy Rinkenberger
FOOTBALL: Mike Stokes, Bob Hunsinger, Dave Dunmire, Curt Heibenthal
BASKETBALL: Doug Rath bun, Mark Duffy
BASEBALL: Jim Higgins, Randy Hartman
TRACK: Merlin Haas
WRESTLING: Merlin Haas, Chuck Schlattman ART WORK: Peg Enright, Janet Schlipf
SUBSCRIPTION: Gladys Moser, Sharon Franke, Karen Bechtold
TYPISTS: Joyce Cline, Carolyn Riker, Barb Lindsey, Delores McWilliams, Diana Ioerger SNAPSHOTS: Becky Armstrong, Diana Nohren, Mary McWilliamsADVISOR: Terry Schwab Senior
PRESIDENT: Allen Drake Rep.
V.-PRESIDENT: Andy Haas Mary Jeffreys
SECRETARY: Peggy Evans Diana Ioerger
TREASURER- Dave Armstrong Dennis Haas
Dan Heller Suzy Jones Gary Heibenthal
Terry Morgan Carol Enright Cindy Crump
Barb Volz Connie Jones Wayne Furrow
National Honor Society
SENIORS Merlin Haas Eddie Graber Eileen Berlin Janet Schlipf Linda Nauman
Kathy Wolfe Diane Nohren Dennis Hostetler Marlene Berlin Becky Armstrong Becky Donze
Allen Drake JUNIORS Mike Snyder Mark Hynes Judy Carrithers Terry Sutton
Helen Gustafson Martin Duffy Gay Crusius John Higgins
SOPHOMORES Sharon Sparks
Charles Schreck Joe Baker Arthur Drake ADVISOR Mrs. Stemler1st ROW: L. Aylward (Historian), S. Armstrong (Pts. Chr.), K. Armstrong (Treas.), J. Carrithers (V. Pres.) D. McWilliams (Pres.), D. McGhee (Sec.), M. Vandegraft (2nd V. Pres.), C. Heller (Pub. Rel.), B. Aylward (Rec.). 2nd ROW: Mrs. Brown (Advisor), D. Sutton, J. Fever, J. Singpiel, J. Cline, C. Toole, C. Riker, M. Greenwood, R. Craig, T. Haas, B. Riley. 3rd ROW: B. Lindsey, J. Jarman, D. Martin, D. Dawson, D. Koch, S. Hunsinger, C. Jacob, J. Knapp, C. Hodel, B. Boyd, P. Hin-thome, J. Ledford. 4th ROW: L. Koch, S. Jones, C. Bechtold, S. Davison, C. Jones, L. Baker, D. Harrwood, C. Tipler, K. Franke, S. Davison, C. Graybill, M. Patterson, G. Moser, 5th ROW: B. Jording, S. Franke, K. Tate, S. Yount, C. Vandegraft, K. Bechtold, J. White, L. Lay, J. White, C. Stephens, L. Faulk, L. Greenwood, M. McFall, L. Tiller.
This year the El Paso F.H.A. has been very active. To start off the year, we held a cook-out to help new members become acquainted with F.H.A.. Also in October, we attended the annual Section 17 Rally in Normal. In November, we held a bake sale at the IGA. Then just before Christmas vacation, we invited a lady from the Illinois Power Company to show a film on ideas for holiday decorating. It was very interesting and gave the girls a lot of ideas on decorating.
February brought our candy sale. It was very profitable and everyone enjoyed the candy very much. For the month of March, we plan a demonstration on make-up by a local lady. Instead of taking fruit baskets to the local nursing home at Christmas time, we decided to take fruit baskets to them around Easter. We felt they would appreciate them more at that time, since few people think of them at Easter. The one thing most of the girls look forward to, is the trip in the spring. This year we plan a trip to Chicago on April 11.
To sum up the year, we plan our annual Mother Daughter Tea and installation of the new officers in May. This year
we have asked a lady from Northern Illinois Gas Company to show a film on "Careers in Home-making."
The 1970 Betty Crocker Award went to Karen Bechtold.FIRST ROW: W. Furrow, T. Punke, M. Delaney, J. Knepp, V. Pres., D. Kapraun, Treas., N. Kelsey, Pres., P. Krug, Sentinel, E. Kaufman, Reporter, R. Simpson, Sec., J. Ledford, D. Cline, G. Koos. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jenkins, Advisor, G. Dressier, D. Zimmerman, L. Reeves, R. Tate, B. North, G. Scheer, D. Kaufman, J. Allen, J. Rinkenberger, D. Hostetler. THIRD ROW: T. Carr, M. McGhee, T. Woosley, C. Duncan, Parliamentarian, D. Krug, K. Dressier, W. Berg, D. Steffen, D. Porth, R. Hartman, A. Hostetler.
1970 F.F.A. AWARDS
Dale Schlipf Award ........................Neil Kelsey
Agr. Council Award--Jr.-Sr.................Randy Hartman
Agr. Council Award--Fr.-Soph...............Mike Delaney
DeKalb Award .............................. Dennis Hostetler
Star Greenhand ............................ John Knepp
CHAPTER FOUNDATION AWARD WINNERS
Star Farmer .... Beef Production Dairy Production . Livestock Farming Livstock Specialty Poultry Production Sheep Production . Swine Production Com Production . Crop Farming . . . Crop Specialty . . Soybean Production Supply and Service
Dennis Hostetler Neil Kelsey Dennis Hostetler Dennis Hostetler Randy Hartman Mike Delaney Randy Hartman Dennis Hostetler Reid Simpson Reid Simpson Dennis Hostetler Reid Simpson Don Kapraun
55FIRST ROW: C. Cox, Sec.-Treas., B. Armstrong, Pres., M. Vandergraft, V.-Pres.; SECOND ROW: Miss McKay, Advisor, J. Fever, V. Schlattman, P. Miller, C. Toole; D. Nohren, P. Enright, G. Crusius, C. Enright, T. Sutton; THIRD ROW: S. Cleary, D Martin, C. Hodel, C. Jackob, S. Sutton, D. Fever, H. Gustafson, S. Hunsinger, S. Sparks, M. Berlin, P. Evans; FOURTH ROW: C. Crump, M. E. Kilpatrick, S. Kays, E. Berlin, C. Schuessler, L. Koch, K. Bowman, B. Baker, S. Brucker,
D. Reeves, M. McWilliams, T. Morgan, S. Mool; FIFTH ROW: L. Faulk, M. Jeffreys, J. Etcheson, G. Moser, K. Wolfe, E. Wickenhauser, K. Bechtold, L. Lay, L. Nauman, M. Patterson, K. Volz, J. Schlipf, N. Rinkenberger, S. Jones.FIRST ROW: J. Higgins, V.Pres., H. Gustafson, Sec., G. Moser, Pres., R. Fever, Treas., SECOND ROW: V. Schlatt-man, B. Donze, R. Graham, P. Evans, C. Cox, S. Cleary, C. Enright, P. Miller, K. Zimmerman, M. Berlin, S. Smith, T. Sutton, J. Fever, J. Rinkenberger, Miss McKay, Advisor. THIRD ROW: C. Riker, D. Fever, G. Cruisus,
D. Reeves, C. Crump, D. Fever, C. Jackobs, B. Baker, S. Hunsinger, S. Kays, S. Sutton, B. Ortman, K. Schlipf, D. Schuessler, S. Sparks. FOURTH ROW: N. Grube, C. Schuessler, M. Patterson, T. Morgan, E. Stitt, E. Berlin, J. Zimmerman, J. Etcheson, M. Higgens, L. Lay, L. Nauman, M. Jeffreys, K. Kingdon, C. Hodel, D. Martin, S. Mool, L. Koch, D. Green. FIFTH ROW: D. Rutledge, E. Graber, D. Fever, G. Heibenthal, B. Birch, D. Nohren, M. Miller, R. Ficken, J. Higgins, J. Baker, L. White, M. Hasty, M. Hynes, D. Heller, D. Rinkensmeyer, A. Drake, D. Hostetler.
This year the FRENCH CLUB made a float for the Homecoming Parade.
57"I promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls' Athletic Association,
By promoting interest in athletics and the out-of-doors;
By living so that I may be healthy and strong;
By making good sportsmanship a constant factor in my conduct."
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I The C.A.A.'s first activity this year was hiking. Seven hikes, totaling 39 miles were offered. One hike was to Waldo Township Hall, north of Gridley, where the girls met the Flanagan C.A.A. hikers and had supper together. We participated in a State workshop at Kaneland High School near Maple Park in October. Our president was selected to be a recorder for one of the discussion groups, our sponsor and two delegates attended discussion groups.
Cageball, bowling and swimming were the winter sports. El Paso entered five girls, Lois Aylward, Pam Miller, Cindy Crump, Susan Hunsinger, and Rhonda Graham in the state postal bowling tournament. Spring sports included archery, softball, and campcraft.
Money making projects this year were a flower sale at homecoming and a sale of T-shirts, sweater-shirts, and sleep-shirts later in the year. The C.A.A. assisted the cheerleaders by providing cookies for the basketball victory celebration. The "Fast Justice" a group of musicians from Bloomington, was featured at the C.A.A. dance held under crepe paper and mod-flowers in late February.
A formal candle lite ceremony initiated 33 new members into the Girl's Athletic Association. A supper honoring the initiates was held in the Home Economics room followed by cageball and peteka in the gym. Several membeis earned local and state awards by accumulating activity points. Three points are awarded for each hour a girl takes part in a C.A.A. organized sport. Points are carried over from year to year with a total of 300 needed for the 4th year award, an outline of our state presented by the Illinois League of High School C.A.A.
KNEELING: K. Bowman Sr. Rep.
K. Kingdon, Spt. Ch.
L. Lay, Pts. Ch.
E. Wickenhauser, V. Pres. K. Kelsey, Fr. Rep.
STANDING: P. Enright, Pts. Ch.
C. Schuessler, Treas.
S. Hunsinger, Sec.
C. Jacob, Soph. Rep.
M. Kitchell, Spt. Ch.
J. Fever, Jr. Rep.
Mary Kitchell receiving Fay Crusius Award from Eileen Berlin, last year's recipient.FIRST ROW: Tom Edwards, Andy Haas, Bill Birch, Mike Miller, Dave Rinkensmeyer, Mark Duffy, Tom Woosley, Dan Heller, Dave Fever, Mark Hynes. SECOND ROW: Jerry Whisker, Leroy Jording, Curt Heibenthal, Bob Faulk, Mark Lubke-man, Neil Kelsey, Bob Hanna, Bob Hunsinger, John Hinthome, Merlin Haas, Coach Bill Wolf. THIRD ROW: Ken Faulk, Jim Higgins, Don Kingdon, Dave Dunmire, Ken Dressier, John Higgins, Mike Stokes, Dennis Haas, Doug Rathbun, Mark Jones.1st ROW: Terry Fever, Don Miller, Merlin Haas, Bill Birch, Dave Fever, Mr. Grose. 2nd ROW: Charlie Schreck, Larry Baize, Don Kingdon, Dennis Haas, Ron Fever, Dan Kearfott. Officers: R. Fever, Pres., B. Birch, V. Pres., D. Haas, Treas., Dave Fever, Sec.
The Key Club was established at El Paso High School by Curt Mahaffey and Superintendent Walter Claggett of the El Paso Kiwanis Club in 1959. Through the years it has been one of the outstanding Key Clubs in the Illinois-Eastern Iowa District. There are 5 clubs in Division 10; they are Pontiac, Woodland, Streator, Marquette at Ottawa, and El Paso.
The EPHS Key Club has won many outstanding awards and trophies in competition with over 250 Key Clubs in the I-I District. The club has had several Lt. Governors and 1 Governor. Bill Birch has been selected to serve as Lt. Governor for 1970-71.The Art Club is new this year, and has been very active. In the fall they created the Peter Max Mash, a fluorescent and black light effect dance. They earned enough money to take a trip to the Art Institute in Chicago. They dined at
the famous Kungsholm Scandinavian Restaurant on Michigan Avenue, and took a bus tour through State Street. The Art Club also sponsored a St. Patrick's Day bake sale to make money for future projects and tours.
FIRST ROW: G. Crusius, Sec., D. Kearfott, Pres., J. Schlipf, V.-Pres., M. Kitchell, Treas. S OND ROW. Mrs. Wheeler, S. Cleary, D. Martin, C. Enright, S. Sutton, D. Fever, S. Mool, P. Enright, C. Cox, T. Sutton. THIRD ROW: S Kays, B Baker, K. Kingdon, A. Haas, L. Faulk, J. Etcheson, K. Volz, C. Schuessler, H. Gustafson, C. Crump. FOURTH ROW: E. Wickenhauser, M. Haas, K. Bechtold, S. Barker, L. White, R. Allen, K. Faulk, D. Armstrong, L. Lay, C. Robbins, M. Miller. NOT PICTURED: K. Schlipf, D. Schuessler, C. Jackob, T. Morgan, S. Hunsinger, P. Miller, V. Schlattman, D. Fever, M. Lee, B. Lee, J. Cantrell, J. Faulk, D. Rutledge.
62FIRST ROW: E. Wickenhauser, Sec., C. Riker, V.Pres., C. Heller, Pres., C. Dunmire, Treas. SECOND ROW: R. Craig, P. Miller, N. Barker, D. Canull, S. Sparks, D. Wilkey, T. Sutton, V. Schlattman, B. Riley, M. Powell, Advisor. THIRD ROW: N. Canull, S. Sutton, C. Crump, J. Knapp, R. Attig, B. Ortman, D. Harrawood, D. Fever, L. Barker, C. Bechtold. FOURTH ROW: B. Lindsey, S. Davison, H. Gustafson, K. Wolfe, L. Alyward, K. Gauger, S. Franke, K. Bowen, J. Faulk, D. Reeves, D. McWilliams. FIFTH ROW: J. Waller, J. Etcheson, T. Martin, P. Krug, K. Bechtold, S. Swanson, J. Baker, J. White, J. White, D. Kapraun, G. Scheer, D. Rutledge.
During the past year, members of the El Paso High School Library Club participated in a variety of activities. Paperback books were sold by the club during the fall Book Fair in order to earn money which was to be used to buy books for the library. The club's second activity was attending the play, "Oedipus Rex," at Illinois State University. Using the Book Fair profits, overdue book fines, and the club's membership dues for 1969-1970, two committees of Library Club members selected paperback books which they thought students would like to have added to the library's collection. A revolving paperback display rack was also donated to the library by the Library Club.
In addition to the special activities of the club, during their study halls, Library Club members served as student librarians in both the high school and the grade school libraries. Since this was the first year for a Central Library at the grade school, the student librarians were responsible for helping the librarian to teach grade school students how to use the library and for helping to organize the library's book collection.
1st ROW (L. to R.): R. Fever, A. Drake, C. Schreck, D. Kitchell, B. Smith, A. Drake, T. Fever, A. Holt. 2nd C.OW: ROW: D. Cline, M. Mahaffey, D. Craig, S. Mool, D. Kerfott, C. Riker, L. Baize, D. Kaufman, D. Miller, R. Ber-lin, M. Kitchell, T. Morgan, Mr. Hertel, Director.
65El Paso High School Concert Band
FLUTE Gay Crusius Sue Haas Janice Knapp BASS CLARINET Nancy Grube CONTRA-BASS CLARINET TROMBONE Richard Berlin Donald Craig Mark Mahaffey
Doris Harrawood PICCOLO Terry Morgan CLARINET Susan Brucker Mary Kitchell Terry Sutton Janette Zimmerman Mary Stokes OBOE Susan Kays FRENCH HORN Carol Enright Sally Smith CORNET BARITONE George Scheer David Smith SAXOPHONE Allen Drake Mary Benedict Terry Fever Barb Volz
Bruce North Denise Hartman Roberta Martin Debbie Greene PERCUSSION Carolyn Riker Sharon Mool Larry Baize Don Miller Dan Kearfott Ron Fever Arthur Drake Loren Van Scyoc Charles Schreck Tom Edwards Wayne Furrow TUBA Lance White David Cline
Diane McGhee Barb Lindsey Delores McWilliams Ellen Robbins Donna Martin Ellen Stitt Judy Carrithers Paula Dawson Betty Ortmann Nancy Barker Janene Rinkenberger Debbie Phillis Denise Hartman Debra Sutton Mary Ellen Sparrow Wanda Williams Karen Bechtold Kathy Wolfe Roberta Martin Joni Sparrow Melanie Greenwood Mary Parkhouse Cindy Bechtold
Diane Koch Sue Swanson
Vicky Schlattman Sharon Sutton Becky Donze Mary Kitchell Jackie Sengpiel Lois Barker Starr Yount Gladys Moser Linda Nauman Cindy Dunmire Janette Zimmerman Nancy Grube Charlene Loisel Karen Franke Mary McWilliams Kathie Volz
Ray Attig David Smith John Cantrell Jeff Porzelius
Ben Lee Steven Barker Tom Martin Chuck Schlattman Steve Lubkeman
El Paso High School Chorus
Jeff Ponzelius, Joni Sparrow, Steven Barker, Ray Attig, Tom Martin, Diane McGhee, Sharon Franke, Vicki Schlatt-man, Berry Ortman, Linda Nauman, Becky Donze, Susan Brucker, Gladys Moser, Mary Kitchell.The Music Department of El Paso High School had a very successful year, 1969-1970. The first appearance for the Marching Comets was in September leading the annual Com Festival Parade. The Comets performed at all the home football games, doing intricate routines. They gave spirit to the fans at the pep rallies.
In December, the Concert Band and Chorus combined to present the annual Christmas concert for the public.
Linda Nauman represented the El Paso Chorus in the Illinois All-State Chorus on January 24 and March 8. Arthur Drake represented his school in touring Europe with the Band of America.
On March 12, the Band presented its annual winter concert. The Stage Band also performed. On March 14 the Music Department participated in the contest at Class-ford, taking 11 solos and 7 ensembles.
The Band toured Minonk and Flanagan on April 14 in preparation for contest. Then on April 18, the Chorus, the Girls' Chorus, and the Band went to Glassford to participate in contest.
It is the goal of the Music Department at El Paso High School to provide a varied program which includes all phases of music, both vocal and instrumental.
Each student develops certain musical skills by enrolling in the various performing organizations. The object of each performance is to culminate and focus the attention of the student on all factors necessary in producing a quality performance.
Courses which carry credit and activities offered to the student are Concert Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Madrigal Singers, both vocal and instrumental solos and ensembles, Stage Band, Concert Band, Pep Band, Marching Band, Pom-Pom Drill Team and the production of a musical. There is also participation in contests, exchange concerts, University-sponsored clinics and a County Instrumental and Vocal Festival, which is held every two years.
The Music Department is supported by the El Paso Music Boosters Club. One of the functions is that of providing financial assistance for the growth of the music department through such activity as providing the music camp scholarships, supporting music projects and sharing in the cost of departmental equipment with the Board of Education.
This year the department has sponsored two assemblies for the High School. They were the Peoria Symphony String Quartet and the Illinois State University Brass Quintet.
69Seniors Star in "The Bus Stops Here"
Martha Baker ................Linda Nauman
Jerry Wald...................Tom Martin
Jenny Sims ..................Jane Etcheson
J. M. Kepler ................Dennis Haas
Irene Kepler................. Becky Armstrong
Irma Smith................... Nancy Rinkenberger
Lyla Graham..................Janet Schlipf
Prompters ...................Sharon Franke
Jack Freeman . . Harold Ilingsworth Gladys Caldwell . Robert Caldwell . Donald Webster . Trudi Lynn . . . .
Darrel Punke Ron Fever M. E. Kilpatrick Mark Duffy Allen Drake Kitty Bowman Dennis Hostetler Barb Lindsey
The Senior Class presented "The Bus Stops Here," on November 21, 1969 in the high school auditorium. Linda Nauman and Tom Martin had the main roles. The Director of the play was Mr. Grose, and the Student Director was Carolyn Riker.
Director--Mr. Grose S. Director—Carolyn Rikerjuniors Appear in "The Mouse That Roared"
DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Lou Stried, S. DIRECTOR: Terry Sutton.
Cloriana The Twelfth ....
Miss Johnson ..............
Miss Wilkins ..............
Wac Jill ..................
Wac Debbie ................
Countess Mountjoy .........
Mrs. Maud Benter ..........
Mr. Beston ................
Professor Kokintz .........
President of the United States
Tom Mulligan ..............
2nd Soldier ...............
3rd Soldier ...............
4th Soldier ...............
1st Student ...............
Judy Carrithers Jane Fever Jean White Betty Ortmann Cathy Cox Peggy Evans Gay Crusius Marilyn Vandegraft Cindy Toole Ellen Stitt Joni Sparrow Joan White Linda Lay Cindy Dunmire Cyndi Schuessler Mark Hynes Linda Koch Helen Gustafson David Stephens Martin Duffy Bill Birch Terry Wilkey Reid Simpson Craig Duncan Mike Snyder Dan Heller Jeff Porzelius Ken Faulk Susan Cleary Suzanne Jones Dianne Reeves Patty Hanna Andy Haas
71Ray Attig John Cantrell David Cline Wayne Furrow Mark Mahaffey Tom Martin
Rough 'n Ready
May 15 and 16, 1970
Mule Army Lt.
Z. T. Haynes
Directors: Mrs. Nauman.
Dan Kearfott Wayne Furrow Terry Fever Tom Woosley Tom Martin Cindy Dunmire Linda Nauman Ray Attig Mark Mahaffey Arthur Drake Charlene Loisel Dan Smith David Cline Diane McGhee Steve Barker Judy Carrithers Wayne Furrow Betty Lee
Jenene Rinkenberger Sue Swanson Barb Lindsey Sally Smith Dan Smith Starr Young Delores McWilliams Peters, Mr. Hertel, Linda
Jeff Porzelius Chuck Schlattman Dan Smith DANCERS Ray Attig Marlene Berlin
Susan Brucker John Cantrell David Cline Cindy Crump Arthur Drake Carol Enright
Karen Franke Wayne Furrow Rhonda Graham Melanie Greenwood Mary Kitchell Jowanda Ledford
Tom Martin Mary Parkhouse Jackie Singpiel Joni Sparrow Ellen Stitt Sharon Sutton
Lois Barker Nancy Barker Cindy Bechtold Karen Bechtold John Cantrell Pat Carey Karen Franke Melanie Greenwood Denise Hartman Dianna Koch Michelle Lee
Barb Lindsey Charlene Loisel Donna Martin Roberta Martin Delores McWilliams Gladys Moser Betty Ortmann Mary Parkhouse Debbie Phillis Jeff Porzelius Ellen Robbins
Chuck Schlattman Vicky Schlattman Jackie Singpiel Joni Sparrow Mary Ellen Sparrow Ellen Stitt Sharon Sutton Sue Swanson Wanda Williams Kathy Wolfe Starr YountSTUDENTS EXPRESS THEMSELVES IN HAIKU POEMS
As the sun sinks Over the mountain tops,
The hot desert slowly cools.
Snow falls silently Or blows up a blizzard,
Whichever it fancies.
Amid all the beauty Of the rose bushes I am pierced by a thorn.
The sky's diamond necklace,
Shines brightest in the warmth Of summer nights.
With a fishing pole,
A can of worms,
A summer day passes away.
Darkness fills the night With fright and fear,
Which vanishes with the sign of sleep. --Karen Harms
In the wintertime,
The snow falls on all mankind And covers the earth.
The sky is a big blot Of smeared ink,
Which someone spilled.
The sky is azure,
And the grass is verdant,
On a hot summer day.
Falling summer rain,
Gives you a security,
In your little world.
The sun bathes the earth Bringing life and beauty,
To be enjoyed by all.
Whispery soft and slow,
Snow falls like a blanket Over the village.
Stirring in the breeze,
Twirling round and round, Leaves land lightly as they fall. --Sharon Sutton
We hate winter and love spring, Yet without winter,
We could have no spring.
A leaf painted Beautifully by frost.
Falls bitterly to death.
In the middle of spring,
The song of a bird Is a beautiful thing.
Fearful is the bee,
Because if he has stung one He must now fall dead.
Fall is a dreary time,
For then is the time,
All life begins to die.
Autumn is when the leaves turn red,
Gold, and brown. The grass is dead.
The birds leave their nests in trees,
And turn south on a peaceful breeze.
The fox and deer grow thick hair;
So does the rabbit, coon, and bear.
The bear hibernates and no longer roams.
The squirrels gather nuts in their tree-top homes. Now the leaves are gone, nuts stored away;
For today is Autumn's very last day.
I, CREC ARMSTRONG, leave!
I, BECKY ARMSTRONG, leave my position as "Every teacher's pet" to Terry Sutton.
I, RAY ATTIC, leave my red hair to the "Farkle family."
I, RANDV BAILEY, leave Robert Wilkey my sideburns.
I, NANCY BARKER, leave the joy and pleasures of working in the Centennial Central Library to those who think they would like to tackle this big job.
I, STEVE BARKER, leave my sideburns to Mr.Schwab.
I, KAREN BECHTOLD, leave my hot pink dress to Mrs. Connolly.
I, WALTER BERG, leave my driving record to anyone who can better it.
I, EILEEN BERLIN, leave one dozen new shorts to Crystal jacob for P.E. class.
I, MARLENE BERLIN, leave my trouble with contacts to Gary Heibenthal.
I, KITTY BOWMAN, leave my ability to lose my temper to Linda Koch. I'm sure she can use it effectively.
I, VICKI BREACH, leave my body to the biology class.
I, SUSAN BRUCKER, leave my dancing ability to Barb Volz.
I, NANCY CANULL, leave in excellent physical condition due to Mrs. Rodger's 6th hour P.E. class.
I, JOYCE CLINE, leave my bookkeeping chair to anyone who can stand it.
I, BECKY DONZE, leave my height to John Higgins (to add to his own), so that El Paso will have a basketball player taller than Lew Alcindor.
I, ALLEN DRAKE, leave the sax section, trusting that Terry Fever can hold the fort.
I, DAN DRESSLER, leave my gym socks to my brother, Ken.
I, MARK DUFFY , leave, hoping that my most loyal fan will find someone new to cheer for.
I, DAVE DUNMIRE, leave my shyness around girls to Rusty Allen.
I, BILL EDWARDS, leave my way with women to "Butch" Jording.
I, PEGGY ENRIGHT, leave Mrs. Connolly wondering about my absences.
I, JANE ETCHESON, leave my love beads to Wanda Williams.
I, TERRY EVERETT, leave my smoke-bomb extinguisher to Mr. King.
I, LINDA FAULK, leave Coach Rodgers in a state of shock.
I, DAVE FEVER, leave Key Club to Bill Birch.
I, RON FEVER, leave my musical ability to be divided equally among George Scheer, Tom Edwards, and Barb Volz.
I, SHARON E RANKE, leave E.P.H.S., hoping Karen will find Mrs. Rodgers as compatible as I did.
I, EDDIE CRABER, hereby leave Gary Hiebenthal ten free lessons on CONTROLLED TEMPER.
I, LINDA GREENWOOD, leave my ability to get in trouble to my sister Melanie.
I, DENNIS HAAS, leave my long, slender legs to Johnny Knepp.
I, MERLIN HAAS, leave my coordination in P.E. to Shane Krowlek.
I, BOB HANNA, leave my sideburns to Gary Dressier.
I, RANDY HARTMAN, leave my quiet ways to Andy Haas.
I, CURT HIEBENTHAL, leave my athletic abilities to Mark Mahaffey.
I, CHERYL HELLER, leave my ability to go steady with one guy to Sharon Sutton.
I, JIM HIGGINS, leave my ability to get dates to Charlie "Tuna" Schreck.
I, JOHN HINTHORNE, leave my "Screamin'' '62 in the E.P.H.S. parking lot.
I, DENNIS HOSTETLER, leave my warm seat (on the bench) to Bob Faulk.
I, BOB HUNSINCER, leave my temper to Dave Armstrong.
I, DIANA IOERGER, leave my enthusiasm for P.E. (when I'm there) to Theresa Haas.
I, CONNIE JARMAN, leave my little sister behind so that Mr. Kays will remember me.
I, MAR JEFFREYS, leave my ability to get things done with no effort to Terry Sutton.
I, DON KAPRAUN, leave all my experiences with cheese (and otherwise) to Mr. Kays.
I, JOHN KEARFOTT, leave Ken Savers to the mercy of Mr. King in 6th hour study hall.
I, MARY ELLEN KILPATRICK, leave my nickname, "Hairy-MeIon", at E.P.H.S., hopefully.
I, DON KINGDON, leave, hoping Sal can get along without me.
I, PAUL KRUG, leave ten free lessons in "coolness" to Roberta Martin.
I, BARBARA LINDSEY, leave my quiet and shy ways to Starr Yount.
I, TOM MARTIN, leave my paper route to "Sizemore".
I, DIANE Me GHEE, leave to go to the land of Sky Blue Waters and Smokey the Bear.
I, DELORES McWILLIAMS, leave my position in F.H.A. to Judy Carritiiers.
I, MARY McWILLIAMS, leave my ability to be true to one man to Dee Harrawood and Janice Knapp.
I, GLADYS MOSER, leave my quiet nature to Starr Yount.
I, MIKE MOSER, leave my artwork on the locker room ceiling to Terry Fever.
I, LINDA NAUMAN, leave my survival floating from life-saving to someone with Might BIG Lungs.
I, DIANA NOHREN, leave my ability to drive home from dates to Debbie Rathbun.
I, DIANA PRICEX leave for GREEN-er grass in Tennessee.
I, DARREL PUNKE, leave my nose-plugs to 5th hour P.E.
I, DOUG RATHBUN, leave ability to tear down glass backboards to A. J. Haas.
I, LYLE REEVES, leave for an adventurous summer and a long, rough cycle ride.
I, CAROLYN RIKER, leave hoping that someday "Little Fev" will grow into a "Big Fev".
I, JOE RINKENBERGER, leave all my "good habits" with the "girls" to any boy who can handle them.
I, NANCY RINKENBERGER, leave a one-way ticket to Southern to Cathy Cox.
I, CHUCK SCHLATTMAN, leave my canary voice to Mr. Hertel.
I, JANET SCHLIPF, leave my ability to handle guys to Susan Davidson.
I, STEVE SERVIS, leave my beard to Bruce North.
I, DON STEFFEN, leave all my gallant ways to Mark Hynes.
I, MIKE STOKES, leave my domineering way with women to Mike Snyder.
I, CONNIE TALBERT, leave my complete knowledge of sports rules and regulations to Debbie Moberly.
I, KATHY VOLZ, leave my absentee record to Jackie Sengpiel and Karen Franke in hope that they'll use it.
I, JERRY WHISKER, leave my skill with a table saw to Doug Harroun.
I, ELLEN WICKDvIHAUSER, leave Jeff Faulk a giant size soup bowl for his next hair cut.
I, KATHY WOLFE, leave my sympathy to anyone who studies Physics and has as much trouble as I did.The play is done; the curtain drops,
Slow falling to the prompters bell;
A moment yet the actor stops,
And looks around, to say farewell.
It is an irksome word and task;
And when he's laughted and said his say, He shows, as he removes the mask,
A face that's anything but gay.
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