El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1974
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1974 volume:
Board of Education
GENE WILKEY DON ZIMMERMAN MELVIN MORELAND WALLACE ETCHESON President RICHARD HADFIELD Superintendent MONTE LINDSEY JOHN SUTTON Secretary GILBERT KAUFMAN
Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seventy Four: Congratulations to you upon reaching one of the major crossroads of your life. Hopefully, the effort of earning a high school diploma will assist you in the decisions you will make concerning your future.
The goals that you have set for yourselves are always attainable, but in this rapidly changing world, never lose sight of the need to learn.
Best wishes to you as you enter an entirely new learning situation. May the experiences at El Paso High School, and the influence of your home, church, and community give you the background to attain the success that I so earnestly wish for you.
Wally Etcheson, President Board of Education, District 375
JOSOPHINE MORRIS Sec. to Mr. Hadfield (Retired Jan. 1, 1974)
WANDA SIMPSON Sec. to Mr. Hadfield
KARMY KAYS Principal1. Carol Stiles
2. Pamela Etcheson
3. Billy Jo Marquardt
4. Margaret Hankey
5. Richard James
6. David Wantland
7. Ellen Besse
8. Ronald Kramme
9. Marilyn Musick
10. Benjamin Ahring
11. Ann Heiser
a time to keep silence
and a time to speak
1. Linda Hageman
2. Eldo Roy
3. Alice Winburn
4. Thomas Fegley
5. Walter Saunders
6. Michael Grose
7. Bernard Jenkins
8. Virginia Brown
9. Joan Scott
10. Rachel Johnson
11. Robert KneppC00KS MAINTENANCE
Sena Crump, Barbara Krug, Alice Schramm, Betty Shoemaker, Pearl Gene Phillis, Tony Messner.
S. Graham, A. Holt, D.Hostetler, M. Sutton, M. Hadfield. 1st ROW: D. Furrow, G. Fever, D. Hartman, M. Cleary, J. Hocker, T. Haas, D. Hocker, D. Stephens, S. Baer, S. Young, B. Sheperd, D. Rohrberg, K. Evans,
2nd ROW: Coach Beck, M. Haas, T. Enright, T. Hair, L. Armstrong, Rich Snyder, M. Hynes, S. Young, Rob Snyder, T. Stauter, G. Bauer, L. Sheperd. 3rd ROW: Coach Stollberg, G. Cornett, D. Hodel, Keith Mool, B. Walden, L.Wadsworth, M. Cleary, M. Uphoff, G. Wilson, M. Benedict, Ken Mool, T. Tipler, Coach Wadsworth.
KEN MOOL Guard All Conference Most Val. Lineman
TOM STAUTER Fullback Conference Hon. Mention Most Tackles Most Spirited
KEITH MOOL Guard All Conference Most Val. LinemanTONY HAAS Halfback Little All-State Special Mention All Conference Most Val. Back—Most Val. Player
TIM ENRIGHT Center Most Improved Player
GREGG BAUER Linebacker
DARYL HODEL LES ARMSTRONG
All Conference Conference Hon. Mention
MIKE UPHOFF End
Conference Hon. Mention
GARY WILSON Tackle
TERRY TIPLER Tackle All Conference
TONY HAIR Defensive Halfback Conference Hon. MentionOffense
1st ROW: K. Evans, D. Rohrberg, D, Furrow, G. Fever, D. Hartman, J. Hooker, D. Stephens. 2nd ROW: B. Shepherd, M. Cleary, S. Baer, M. Benedict, S. Young, G. Cornett, M. Haas, Coach Beck. Record: Won: 2, Lost: 5
1st ROW: R. Hill, R. Eskridge, M. Zimmerman, M. Sparks, M. Hynes, M. Roberts. 2nd ROW: Coach Stollberg, T. Wilkey, T. Armstrong, R. Lloyd, L. Sparrow, D. Hudson, B. White. Record: Won; 2, Lost: 3.
WE WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION TO MERLIN HAAS FOR HIS ATTENDANCE AT ALL our athletic events...this past football season merlin made a booklet for our comets representing their splendid season...merlin is shown with tony haas, our little all-state winner...we would also like to congratulate tony for his contribution to an outstanding team for a victory filled season!
Warrensburg- Latham EL PASO OPPONENT
Eureka 24 6
Lexington 0 40
Chenoa 20 2
Mi nonk-Dana-Rutland 40 14
Flanagan 26 10
Woodland 36 o
Deerereek- Mac k i naw 31 8
Gridley 38 2
16a time to cast away
time to be plucked up
a time to build upComet Cheerleaders
GAA and interscholastic girls sports groups worked together this year to offer sports opportunities to all girls in the high school and to increase GAA activities. Hiking, archery, field hockey, swimming, volleyball, dodgeball, bowling, softball, campcraft, and track were included in the year-long program.
A successful candy sale early in the year financed the GAA program including full camperships for two camp delegates. A ski trip was also provided by the GAA for all students (boys or girls) between semesters. Part of the $400 sent by the GAA to the National Muscular Dystrophy Association was taken from the treasury. Most of the money was collected by members who went door to door or were stationed at special places around town on a "Shamrocks against Dystrophy Day."
A co-operative hike to Secor in the fall included 263 girls from eight different towns. El Paso hosted a state GAA workshop and a state GAA playday this year. The playday featured a "quilt" upon which a winning team placed their patch to determine the final winners at the end of the day. Six schools attended. Thirty-four girls were formally initiated into GAA at a supper held in Eureka in April. Mr. William Wagner showed a film and told about his visit to the 1972 Olympics in Germany. He also presented bowling trophies to: Gail Turner, Deb Lay, Sandy Rein-kensmeyer, Mary Sutton, Julie Breach, and Becky Dehority.
The constitution was revised this year to include "outstanding member awards." These were presented on honors day to: Senior, Regina Weber; Junior, Karen Krug; Sophomore, Pat Krug; Freshman, Karla Krug for their participation, sportsmanship, enthusiasm, and service in GAA.
President Diana Miller Vice FVesident Sheryl Swanson Secretary Sharon Graham T reasurer Linda Benedict Points Chrm: Jane Dukes Cindy Riggs Sports Chrm: Pat Krug
Michelle Burke Sr. Rep: Sandy Reinkensmeyer Jr. Rep: Tamie Shaaf Soph. Rep: Mayebeth Hadfield Fr. Rep: Karla Krug
50 Mile Swim Club
Girl’s Track Team
Miles Covered 10 Janet Patterson
50 Pam Baker 10 Rhonda Paorbaugh Sheryl Swanson
30 Amy Armstrong 10 Diana Punke Paulette Wilkey
30 Deb Roberts 10 Cindy Riggs Karen Krug
20 Barb Punke 10 April Schertz Lulu Haas
20 Pat McWilliams 10 Diane Schuler Pat Berg
10 Penny Bushert 10 Rae Schumacher Janet Patterson
10 Betty Jean Carey 10 Lori Sennott Theresa Tlpler
10 Becky Dehority 10 Cindy Steffen Deyon Ludke
10 Jane Dukes 10 Nina Steidinger Pat Krug
10 Cindy Engel 10 Mary Sutton Deb Fussner
10 Mayebeth Hadfield 10 Sheryl Swanson Peggy Berg
10 Donna Kaufman 10 Theresa Tlpler Lisa Franke
10 Karen Krug 10 Rita Walters Lisa Haas
10 Pat Krug 10 Beth Williams Darlene Mitchell
10 Deb Lay
10 Judi Lock
10 Darlene Mitchell
19Pom Pom Squad
L. TO R.: Cindy Steffen, Jackie Lutrell, Diane Lock, Peggy Young, Karla Krug, Penny Bushert, Michelle Burke, Judi Lock, Nancy Hale, Becky Dehorlty, Laura Wagner, Patty McWilliams.
L. TO R.: Jan Stitt, Karen Miller, Rosa Funk, Susie Miller, Karen Krug, Connie Wilkey, Mary Brown, Peggy Haas.
SITTING: Kurt Sampen, Shirley Moser, Marcia Drake, May Hadfield, Annie Holt. STANDING: Tom Haas, Ron Harper, Bruce Smith, Dave Parrel, Mark Kays, Kevin Kaufman, Larry Stimpert, Deyon Luedtke, Jeff Mullvaln.Student Council
FRONT ROW: B. Smith, D. Punke, S. Reinkensmeyer, R. Knepp, M. Sutton, D. Andrews, J. Wilson, B. Ficken. BACK ROW: J. Mullvain, M. Up-hoff, K. Mool, T. Haas, D. Miller, M. Hynes, B. Punke, A. Dukes, A. Holt, M. Knepp, D. Hostetler, W. Saunders.
OFFICERS President-Sandy Reinkensmeyer Vice Pres.-Bruce Smith Secretary-Diane Punke Treasurer-Matt Hynes Sponsor-Walter Saunders
N. Zimmerman J. Cowley
D. Delaney M. Graber
S. Ales A. Martin
S. Reinkensmeyer S. Moser
N. Zimmerman A. Holt
M. Hynes S. Graham
R. Snyder D. Roberts
R. Snyder L. Wadsworth
J. Mullvain K. Krug
A. Schertz M. Hankey
M. Drake G. Cornett
K. Sampen M. Sutton
L. Stimpert M. Hadfield
Sponsor-Pam EtchesonFuture Fanners of America
Oct. 3 YEARLY PROGRAM OF FFA EVENTS Land Use Contest Fairbury
Oct. 9 Section 9 Organization Meeting East Bay Camp
Nov. 7 Parliamentary Procedure Contest Fairbury
Nov. 9 Section 9 Grain Fair Saunemin
Dec. 8 Winter Ag Teachers Meeting Normal
Dec. 26-28 IAA-FFA Holiday Conference Springfield
Feb. 6 Section 9 State FFA Interviews Gridley
Feb. 13 Foundation Awards Pontiac
Feb. 15-23 National FFA Week
Mar. 2 American Farmer Interviews
Mar. 13 Public Speaking Contest El Paso
Apr. 4 Section 9 Mechanics Contest Forrest
Apr. 25 Section 9 Dairy Judging Contest ISU
May 4 Section 9 Livestock Judging Contest ISU
June 27 46th Annual FFA Convention Urbana
June 27 State Dairy and Livestock Judging
FFA AWARDS, OUTSTANDING FFA MEMBER: Daryl Hodel, DEKALB AWARD: Myron Graber, GREENHAND: Dave Hartman.
PRODUCTION AWARDS: Beef - Mike Rust Dairy - Rich Moberly Sheep - Ron Harris
Swine: Daryl Hodel Corn: Daryl Hodel Soybean: Myron Graber Crop Prod.: Dave Dressier
President —Daryl Hodel Vice President—Keith Mool Secretary—Dave Dressier Treasurer—Mike Uphoff Reporter—Myron Graber Sentinel--Rich Moberly Advisor—Mr. Knepp
a time to plant, and a time to be plucked up.Freshmen
Gene Agnew Brenda Alexander Marla Andrews Thomas Angotti
Tracey Armstrong Wesley Armstrong Marvin Ballard Brian Bauer
David Beal Ann Benedict Peggy Berg Michael Bess Mary Brown
Candy Burke Pat Burroughs Viola Carey Violet Carey Patricia Carr
Gene Clark Tonja Dye us Randy Eskridge Brian Fancher
David Farrell Marcia Fever Lesley Funk Bill FickenBrad Harbin Nancy Hayes Ricky Hill Kim Hinthorne
Donald Hudson Gwendolyn Hudson Martin Hynes Todd Jeffreys
Donald Jording Joan Jording Michael Jording Linda Kearfott Pam Kilpatrick
Jill Knapp Richard Knepp Dennis Krug Karla Krug Teresa Krug
Dennis Lay Diane Lock Everett Locke Randall Loyd
Sarah Miller Darlene Mitchell Leslie Moser Jennifer Mullvain
Richard Murphy Robert Newkirk Sonja Piper Karla PoorbaughMichael Porter Mark Roberts Pamela Schaaf David Schertz Ron Schneider
Teresa Seggerman Steven Smith Michael Sparks Lester Sparrow Cindy Spikes
Jan Stitt Gary Vandegraft Rita Walters William White Connie Wilkey
Tim Wilkey Janice Wilson Robert Witkowski Peggy Young Mike Zimmerman
Bill Ficken Vice-President
261st ROW: Ms. Besse, L. Haas, D. Fussner, K. Miller, D. Engel, R. Funk, S. Miller, R. Weber, K. Krug, 2nd ROW: S.Kilpatrick, T. Grubb, D.Kaufman, C. Wilkey, P. Kilpatrick, S. Miller, A. Armstrong, T. Martin, B. Smith, 3rd ROW: P. Haas, E. Armstrong, P. Berg, G. Turner, B. Crawford, K. Volz, C. Engel, P. Wilkey, T. Tilper, P. Schultz, E. Jording, 4th ROW: P. Canull, D. Rutledge, S. Johnson, J. Patterson, D. Lay, K. McDaniels, S. Swanson, J. Cowley, G. White, C. Eckhart, Deb Rutledge.
SIT: D. Hostetler, G. White, S. Moser, N. Zimmerman, 1st ROW: L. Haas, B. Williams, T. Hair, S. Buster, K. Miller, L. Wagner, 2nd ROW: D. Kaufmen, R. Funk, C. Duncan, P. Kilpatrick, S. Miller, S. Kilpatrick, P. Wilkey, C. Riggs, Mrs. Schuler, 3rd ROW: P. Haas, S. Swanson, C. Eckhart, B. Punke, K. Zimmerman, P. Canull, D. Roberts, P. Schultz, D. Rutledge, S. Johnson, K. McDaniels, 4th ROW: S. Ales, Deb Rutledge, P. Carr, G. Ward, A. Nagel, N. Zimmerman, K. Volz, M. Knepp, D. Lay.
1st ROW: R. Knepp, K. Evans, M. Hankey, K. Hinthorne, J. Hocker. 2nd ROW: Coach Wadsworth, D. Hudson, B. Shephard, G. Cornett,
S. Baer, D. Lay,
M. Zimmerman. Not Pictured: B. Bauer, M. Ballard.
M. Zimmerman K. Hinthorne Coach Stoll berg
B. Bauer M. Ballard
D. Hocker, T. Haas, G. Bauer, Rob Synder, L. Byrd, L. Wadsworth, J. Etcheson, Rich Synder, T. Stauter, R. Morgan, S. Young. COACHES: Mr. Wolf, M. Stollberg, Mr. Wadsworth.
Tom Stauter Guard
Gregg Bauer Forward
Tony Haas GuardReturning Comets
1. Dennis Hocker
2. Jay Etcheson
3. Larry Wadsworth
4. Robert Synder
5. Rick Morgan
6. Richard Synder
7. Larry Byrd
8. Steve Young
Together a Team!
G. BAUER...starter for two yrs...outstanding shooter...good jumper and good rebounder..."Most Improved" In '73 and proved It in '74.
J. ETCHESON..."Most Improved"... great touch in shooting...improvement on defense and jumping... could be outstanding.
T. STAUTER...filled...shoes ...person...substituted...good defensively and rebounded well...Team Leader.
D. HOCKER...floor leader...great guard in Midstate with Robby.
Regional Tournament EP OPP.
63 Gridley 74
T. HAAS...excellent on defense...real scrapper.
57 Roanoke- Benson 68
78 Chenoa 69
84 Flanagan 74
70 Deer Creek-Mackinaw 75
57 Gridley 65
69 Minonk-Dana- Rutland 61
63 Eureka 49
87 Low Point-Washburn 74
73 Woodland 50
75 Roanoke- Benson 68
61 Lexington 80
64 M i nonk - Dana- R ut 1 and 68
58 Chenoa 51
72 Flanagan 65
60 Gridley 59
58 Deer Creek-Mackinaw 60
64 Lexington 70
77 Woodland 66
61 Metamora 65
73 Wapella 48
71 Low Point-Washburn 58
L. SHEPHERD...very quick...action filled year on the court next year.
S. YOUNG... good ball handler and shooter... capable replacement at guard.
R. MORGAN after bout with illness,
RICH. SYNDER...we look for him to work hard and...to see more action...and become a starter.
Coach's Comments And Schedule
L. BYRD...real hustler and scrapper ...by far hardest worker...front line sub...contributed greatly...this yr.
ROB SYNDER...starter...end of year...excellent shooter...with determination could become one of the best guards in conference.
improved all year...will challenge those playing In front of him.
L. WADSWORTh ...led,.scoring and rebounding. All Conf. 2nd Team and All Tournament... maturity and strength... spectacular.
Peoria Heights Tourney
61 Toulon 60
63 Peoria Heights 69
64 Bradford 69MARCIA
COACH'S COMMENTS Considering the student participation in wrestling this year, the gentlemen who worked for the team did an outstanding job. Constantly fighting an up-hill battle because of the lack of numbers, this year's team had a surprisingly good season. The individuals improved with every meet and the team finally won a duel match by defeating Peoria Heights-quite an accomplishment considering the fact that we went into all meets down 18 to 30 points before we even started wrestling. The nine men who started and finished wrestling should be proud of the fact that they had enough guts to stick it out and represent the school to the best of their ability.
I would like to personally thank these men for making this season a successful one. I would also like to thank Randy Eskridge for his contribution and support to the wrestling team as manager.
GARY WILSON-H.W. 15-10-1
M. Val. Wres. 2d Flan. Toumy Most Pins 3rd LeRoy Tourny
Hon. Cap. 73- 74 2d Die. Sec.
RICH MOBERLY 145 3-21
GREG MOSER 185 6-16
BOB SCHLATTMAN 138 6-13-1
BILL WALDEN 155 3-7
6th Flan. Toumy
BILL GALLOWAY 132 8-7
6th Flan. Tourny
JEFF MULLVAIN DALE STEPHENS MARK HANSEN
132 126 98
1-14 6-13 11-12
M. Improved Wres. 5th Flan. Tourny
4th Flan. Tourny 5th LeRoy TournyChorus
1st ROW: K. Miller, P. Kilpatrick, P. Wilkey, T. Dycus, R. Funk, Sue Miller, J. Jording, C. Baize, S. Miller. 2nd ROW: P. Allen, P. Bushert, K. McDaniels, B. Crawford, C. Fairchild, P. Krug, P. Schultz, S. Swanson, R. Schumacher, N. Steidinger, Ms. Musick. 3rd ROW: K. Eckhart, K. Krug, Sara Swanson, J. Lock, L. Schumacher, C. Aylward, S. Ales, B. Ficken, A. Barker, D. Hudson, R. Harper, L. Funk.
FIRST ROW: B. Crawford, R. Schumacher, N. Steidinger, S. Ales, P. Krug. SECOND ROW: Ms. Musick, S. Swanson, K. Krug, B. Carey, R. Knepp. THIRD ROW: P. Bushert, R. Harper,
38CONTESTANTS—Superior Ratings CHORUS BAND
Senior Sextet: Sue Ales Brenda Crawford Sheryl Swanson Colleen Baize Judi Lock Paulette Wilkey
Sara Swanson Gail Turner Nina Steidlnger
Gladys Ward Karla Poorbaugh Marcia Drake Kurt Sampen
Marcia Drake Cindy Engel Karla Poorbaugh
Gladys Ward Shirley Moser Debbie Engel
S. Moser M. Drake G. Ward
J. Mullvain A. Holt M. Hadfield D. Angotti M. Sparks
D. Kitchell B. Smith M. Gary D. Farrell
T. Grubb J. Mullvain L. Franke
T. Seggerman G. Hudson
T. Haas D. Luedtke
K. Sampen D. Mitchell
M. Kays B. Galloway G. Moser L. Moser G. Angotti D. Fussner A. Benedict
Walking, Talking, and Welcoming together has been the experience of our AFS Chapter this year. We started off the year by welcoming Giuseppe to El Paso on August 9, 1973, and he started his struggle with the language. But as time went on he learned all the little words and was accepted by the school as just another "freak." The next big event of the year was a Donkey Basketball game to raise a little money. It was very successful on December 10, 1973. By this time it was almost Christmas and we decided to give Guisy a five-minute phone call to Italy ind a football. He loved both of itiem.
After Christmas time we started to think about Carol's return from New Zealand which was to be We decide io give her a party at Drake's house and a coming home gift of money. The party w
One of our better accomplishments this year was to start a new AFS Chapter in Minonk. About this ti to have something Italian, so the adult chapter sponsored an Italian Spaghetti Supper on March 30
AFS week tf fs year began with a welcome of 12 short term exchange students from Hersey High School in Arlington f S'. xs Ilmaxed with 24 district students here for an AFS weekend. AFS week began on April 22 and
"was a vwy good week of real international fellowship.
international student and helped our community to communicate a little better.
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President Bruce Smith
Vice President Kurt Sampen
Secretary-T reasurer Diane Schuler
Advisor Mrs. Heiser
Peggy Allen Sergio Alvardo Nora Angotti Julie Armstrong Chris Aylward
Steven Baer Mark Benedict Dewayne Bess Julie Breach Cindy Brunson
Michele Burke Penny Bushert Sandra Buster Betty Carey Bill Carey
Matthew Cleary Charles Cline Galen Cornett Marcia Cowley Colin Craig
Rebecca Dehority Marcia Drake Steve Dressier Amy Dukes Connie Duncan
Debra Engel Kevin Evans Carol Fairchild Garry Fever Joseph Fever
Dennis Furrow Debra Fussner Valerie Garrels Kaylene Geiger Terry GrubbTom Grubb Murray Haas MayeBeth Hadfield Teresa Hair Nancy Hale
Michael Hankey Thomas Hansen David Hartman Alan Hasty Wanda Hatch
Julie Hayes Lisa Heibenthal James Hocker Rebecca Hooper Randy Kearfott
Joe Koos Patricia Krug Rodney Krug Deyon Luedtke Jackie Luttrell
Larry Martin Pat McWilliams Cynthia Miller Sandra Miller Thomas Mitchell
Jeffrey Moser David Myers Janet Patterson David Pope Dixie Price
Joyce Rice Dan Rohrberg Kurt Sampen Dennis Savers April Schertz
4JDarrell Schieber Lynn Schumacher Lori Sennott Benny Shepherd Larry Stimpert
Cynthia Steffen Dale Stephens Larry Stotts Irene Sturm Mary Sutton
Pamela Taylor Rebecca Thario Teresa Tipler Kevin Tracey Laurie Turner
Paul Uphoff Laura Wagner Gladys Ward Beth Williams Kathy Witkowski
President Mike Hankey Vice Pres. Galen Cornett Secretary Mary Sutton Treasurer Michele Burke
Deere reek-Mackinaw Minonk
Roanoke-Benson Record: 6-10
FRONT ROW: D. Rohrberg, T. Tipler, R. Rarick, S. Young, R. Geiger. BACK ROW: T. Haas, M. Hynes, G. Cornett, M. Cleary, G. Harris, L. Wadsworth, Coach Lee.Golf
FRONT ROW: B. Bauer M. Haas, B. North, B. Sheherd, J. Hocker. BACK ROW: R. Morgan, Rob Snyder, D. Hocker, Rich Snyder, M. Kays, G. Bauer, Coach Wolf (not pictured).
FRONT ROW: M. Cleary, M. Hankey, D. Lay, L. Sparrow, M. Haas, S. Dressier. BACK RO W:
Coach Want-land, L.
Byrd, M. Rust, Tony Haas, Rob Snyder, Tom Haas, R.
Tony Haas qualified for the state track meet by winning the district 330 yd. Low Hurdles in a time of 39.0 seconds.
Tony and Larry Shepherd also participated in the Pant a graph area Honor Roll Track meet. Larry represented the Comets in the Long Jump and Tony in the 330 Low
Peoria Heights Golf Tournament at Madison Pontiac Odell
Normal Community Eureka Washington District
Eureka and Roanoke-Benson Chenoa
Minonk-Dana-Rutland Woodland and Gridley Flanagan
MDR and Flanagan
Lexington Marquette Normal Relays Low Point-Washburn Fresh-Soph Conference
Delevan Track Carnival Varsity Conference Deer Creek-Mackinaw County Track Meet Woodland and Chenoa District
47THE PA PER Staff
Mr. Kramme; adv., Ann Crawford; editor, STAFF: D. Walden, Diane Schuler, P.McWilllams, K. Sampen, T. Mitchell, S. Swanson, L. Stlmpert And G. Ward.
FIRST ROW: R. Raymer, L. Shepherd, D. Davison, J. Hocker, M. Cleary, G. Conzadori, SECOND ROW: D. Savers, M. Benedict, T. Stauter, M. Cleary, R. Morgan, M. Haas, B. Shepherd, Mr. James: a
1st ROW: Ms. Scott, G. Conzadorl, J. Cowley, K. Zimmerman, A. Dukes, L. Benedict, M. Drake, P. McWilliams, C. Duncan, C. Steffen, T. Hair, B. Williams, 2nd ROW: C. Fairchild, I. Sturm, P. Haas, T. Grubb,N. Angotti, D. Luedtke, J. Hocker, M. Sutton, A. Holt, M. Hadfield, K. Witkowskl, L. Sennott, J. Patterson, P. Krug. 3rd ROW: J. Breach, T. Schumacher, M. Burke, A. Schertz, B. Smith, R. Weber, D. Lay, G. White, S. Swanson, B. Robbins, G. Ward, R.Newkirk.
1st ROW: Ms. Brown, K. Krug, D. Hostetler, M. Knepp, K. Volz, L. Haas, 2nd ROW: T. Martin, A. Armstrong, P. Haas, D. Roberts, P. Baker, B. Robbins, S. Moser, 3rd ROW: P. Berg, E. Armstrong, M. Burke, M. Fever, L. Franke, B. Dehority, 4th ROW: D. Lay, K. Savers, Lulu Haas, B. Punke, P. Bushert, M. Rose, Penny Berg, S. Graham.
“A Time to Sew"March 29, 1974
Junior Play Cast
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
SILAS WESTON......................Larry Shepherd
MARTHA WESTON....................Marjean Knepp
NELLIE WESTON.....................Doris Hostetler
AUNT SARAH WESTON..................Pam Baker
JACK MERRIWELL.....................Matt Hynes
FRANCIS (DESPERAT0 DESMOND . . . Jeff Mullvain
JIM BURKE..........................Rick Morgan
HI PERKINS.........................Jay Etcheson
DAN FOGARTY......................Dennis Hocker
MAGGIE CLANCY (OLD MAG)...........Gail Turner
SADIE MAY..................... Nina Steidinger
MONTY MORAN........................Tom Haas
SLICK McCOY...................................Jay Etcheson
LILLIAN MORRISON..............Dianna Andrews
Celia Wagner................................Sara Swanson
Peggy Haas......................Debbie Roberts
LuLu Haas.........................Marty Stitt
St. Director: Karen Krug
Dianna Andrews Herbert Arbuckle Amy Armstrong Ellen Armstrong Ronald Armstrong
Pamela Baker Albert Barker Partricia Berg Donald Boswell Larry Byrd
Michael Cleary Daniel Davison Raymond Dossetter Paul Eckhart Mark Enright
Jay Etcheson Rosa Funk Bill Galloway Rick Geiger Sharon Graham
Mary Haas Peggy Haas Thomas Haas Phil Hansen Ron Harper
Gregory Harris Randy Heibenthal Randy Hill Gary Hinthorne Dennis Hocker
Doris Hostetler Matthew Hynes Sue Johnson Marjean Knepp Karen Krug
53Debra Lay James Loyd Teresa Martin Wendie McAvoy Kathy McDaniel
Karen Miller Sharon Miller Richard Moberly Richard Morgan Fred M os bach
Gregory Moser Jeffrey Mull vain Charles Myers Andrea Nagle Brian North
Barbara Punke Rick Rarick Charles Rice Theresa Ridgeway Cynthia Riggs
Beth Robbins Debbie Roberts Margaret Rose Michael Rust Debra Rutledge
Denise Rutledge Tamie Schaaf Vernette Schieber Robert Schlattman Rae Schumacher
Larry Shepherd Patricia Shoultz Richard Snyder Robert Snyder Nina Steidinger
54Marty Stitt Dennis Stone Sara Swanson Penny Talbert Gail Turner
Richard Waters Geraldine White Kevin Wolfe Steven Young
Charles VanScyoc Mary Volz Larry Wadsworth Celia Wagner William Walden
55a time to. . . rememberA rsenic A nd Old Lace
DIRECTOR: Mrs. Winburn November 23 and 24 STUDENT DIRECTOR: Paulette Wilkey
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Abby Brewster Martha Brewster Teddy Brewster Mortimer Brewster Jonathan Brewster Elaine Harper Mrs. Harper Dr. Einstein Mr. Gibbs Mr. Witherspoon
Sue Ales Diane Schuler Kevin Kaufman Fred Drake Gary Wilson Annie Holt Deanna Walden John Whisker Jeff Wickenhauser Ron HarperAnnual Staff
Regina Weber Fred Drake
Jane Dukes Shirley Moser
Janis Cowley Kevin Kaufman
SENIOR PICTURES JR. SR. PLAYS
Sandy Reinkensmeyer Gary Redinius Paulette Wilkey
Beverly Duncan HOMECOMING
ADMINISTRATION Diana Miller Diana Punke
Nancy Zimmerman Diane Schuler
Annie Holt Regina Weber Janis Cowley
UNDERCLASSMEN BUSINESS MANAGERS
Sue Ales Linda Benedict
Judl Lock Shirley Moser
NORMA AND PATTI
Bruce Smith Carol Aylward Guisseppe Conzadori Myron Graber Deanna Walden
Cathy Eckhart Donna Kaufman Pam Heibanthal
END OF YEAR
Karol Krug Delora Burroughs Rhonda Poorbaugh Colleen Baize
Bruce Smith Tom Stauter Ray Patterson Fred Drake
SPECIAL ASSISTANCE Nancy ZimmermanClass Will
I, Sue Ales, leave for men and medicine; in that order.
I, Carol A. leave my good fortune to travel so much to Chris, and hope that she'll be as lucky!
I, L. Armstrong, leave a spot on the border line and my privilege to laugh in P.E. to Larry Shepherd.
I, C. Baize, leave the American Government class my mark in history.
I, A. Andrews, leave for the golden sunset in my Pinto.
I, G. Bauer, leave Charlie a gold-plated scoop shovel, autographed by Gene Tracy.
I, L. Benedict, leave Katie to take care of my size 12 flip flops.
I, R. Breach, leave my Soft and Dry to Ellen Armstrong. She likes it for what it doesn't do.
I, D. Burroughs, leave my respect for the teachers to D.L.
I, P. Canull, leave for a bigger town.
I, G. Conzadori, leave to see a world of peace and love.
I, J. Cowley, leave my limousine Rambler to Marcia.
I, A. Crawford, leave Pam Baker a year's supply of Purina Puppy Chow in Locker 16.
I, B. Crawford, leave my famous spot at the lake to Kathy M. and Sara S.
I, D. Delaney, leave Mr. Wantland wondering about a mounting bracket.
I, R. Dirks, leave my P.E. kick-out record to Rainbow.
I, F. Drake, leave my "who cares?" attitude in P.E. to Steve Baer.
I, D. Dressier, leave my moldy T-shirt to Kim Hinthorne.
I, M. Duffy leave my habit of being tardy to Dee Meyers.
I, J. Dukes, leave Cindy M. with her "flawless" hair hoping she can solve her problems by herself once I'm gone.
I, B. Duncan, don't have nothing to leave but my gram-mer, and I don't make no mistakes in that—right,
I, C. Eckhart, leave Kathy and Sara the ability to get along with the G.I. shoes.
I, C. Engel, leave my ability to play the flute to the Carey twins.
I, T. Enright, leave my ability to get in trouble in P.E. to anyone who can continue it.
I, R. Evans, leave Larry Byrd a notebook full of paper to scribble on.
I, M. Graber, leave all my spare time to Coach Marquardt.
I, T. Haas, leave my football helmet to Matt Cleary knowing it will fit perfectly.
I, T. Hair, leave with Rosa.
I, R. Harris, leave one-on-one with Mr. Marquardt to Coach Stollberg, knowing he'll never win.
I, P. Heibenthal, leave without force.
I, D. Hodel, leave my speaking habits to Rainbow.
I, A. Holt, leave my "points" to any Brownie in the Jr. Class who thinks they need them.
I, P. Jeffreys, leave Todd my ability to roam the halls sixth period.
I, J. Johnson, leave my wrestling abilities in P.E. and Building Trades to Bud, Randy Hill, and Charlie.
I, E. Jording, leave my shorthand to Ms. Besse.
I, D. Kaufman, leave my ability to swim laps to Debbie Engel.
I, M. Kaufman, leave the art of sleeze to Tom, Pee, and Dumbo.
I, M. Kays, leave my dad to hold the fort.
I, J. Kearfott, leave my absentee record to Patty Berg, hoping she can keep up the good work.
I, S. Kilpatrick, leave my tank suit to Brenda Alexander.
I, M. Kuebler, leave my ability to get thrown in the pool to Kim Hinthorne.
I, A. Martin, leave, having been told this year by a certain Physics teacher that nothing makes seniors better than anyone else.
I, G. Miller, leave my used pieces of bubble gum to Mr. Knepp for his own enjoyment.
I, Keith Mool, leave my pest-shooting ability to Dennis Krug.
I, J. Koos, leave my neck brace to Randy Hill.
I, Ken Mool, leave my bombardment ability to Coach Stollberg.
I, R. Patterson, leave the Shell Station to Matt Cleary to make his first million, just as I did.
I, R. Poorbaugh, leave, hoping Karla and Terri make it through high school.
I, C. Porzelius, leave El Paso High on my back wheels, spinning 'em.
I, J. Price, leave, knowing that I will never again have to worry about passing P.E.
I, D. Punke, leave "Up-hoff and away."
I, G. Redenious, leave Herb Arbuckle some tri-power for his car, so it moves.
I, S. Reinkensmeyer, leave my smile and "Points" to D.L.
I, K. Savers, leave, knowing that Amy Dukes and Michelle Burke can take a joke.
I, D. Schuler, leave my messed up life to April Schertz, hoping she can do better.
I, B. Smith, leave my ability to get kissed on the cheek every day in band by Amy Dukes, to Jeff Mulvain.
I, R. Steffen, leave my fire extinguisher to anyone who can put it to use.
I, T. Tipler, leave Don Boswell my shark-resistant Hawaiian swim trunks handed down by the MAN from Wild Kingdom.
I, M. Uphoff, leave my tom P.E. shorts to Brian Bauer.
I, R. Weber, leave my space in the parking lot to Debby F.
I, J. Wickenhauser, leave my space in the parking lot to Joseph F. Fever.
I, J. Whiskers, leave my seat in Mr. Kay's office to anyone who will sit and take it with decorum.
I, P. Wilkey, leave for Alabama and better things in the future.
I, Nancy Zimmerman, leave two little white jackets to Kurt S. and Jeff M. in the Art II class, knowing they will enjoy their stay at the zoo.
I, Norma Zimmerman, leave with NO MORE HOMEWORK.
We, the seniors of 2nd hour P.E., leave the Freshmen in our class, saying "No thank you", and "Whip it," hoping that you guys picked up a few of our pranks, and to you, Franke, and Berg, maybe we taught you to S-L-I-D-E into home.
We, Norma and Patti, Editors, leave 'mid candy wrappers, dummy sheets, bleed pages, knowing that mission is accomplished.
61SUSAN RUTH ALES "Fair in words and deeds."
Natl. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Sec. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Sec. 4; Madrigal 3,4; For. Lang. Cl. 2; Jr„ Sr. Play; Annual St.; Health Career Cl. 4.
Ambition: Registered Nurse
CAROL JEAN AYLWARD
"There's a world of people to see, and I want to see it all!"
A.A. to New Zealand; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3;
F.H.A. 1,2,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2,3; Art Cl. 1,2,3; Chorus 2,3;
Ambition: Interpreter at United Nations
"Some day I'll cast off my boyish pranks and become a man."
Baseball 1,2; For Lang. Cl. 1.
Ambition: Drafting Engineer
"I have fought a good fight."
E Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3; Baseball 3.
"You're never fully dressed until you're wearing a smile."
Transfer; A.F.S. 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Health Career Cl. 3; Madrigal 3,4; Pep Cl. 3; Paper 3; Annual St. Ambition- College
"Discretion is the better part of valor."
E Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Golf 3,4.
"What now if the sky were to fall?"
A.F.S. 1,2,3; Lib. Cl. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Treas.
4; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2,4; Jr. Play; Annual St.; Pep Cl. 1,4.
ROBIN LANETTE BREACH "But I have promises to keep."
St. Coun. 2; Track 1,2; For. Lang. Cl. 2; Class Sec. 1; President's Physical Fitness Award; Annual St.
Ambition: Data ProcessingDELORA L. BURROUGHS "I benefit myself in aiding him."
A.F.S. 2,3; Art Cl. 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Annual St. Ambition: Business Career
PHYLLIS M. CANULL "Anything for a quiet life."
F.H.A. 3; Lib. CL 1,2,3,4; Health Career Cl. 3,4; Annual St.
Ambition: Working Housewife
GIUSEPPE CONZADORI "A friend of every country."
A.F.S. 4; Key CL 4; Track 4; For. Lang. CL 4; Sr. Play.
Ambition: Foreign Rep. for Business JANIS COWLEY
"Words sweet as honey from her lips."
Transfer; A.F.S. 4; Lib. CL 4; For. Lang. CL 4; V. Pres. 4; Annual St.; Pep CL 4.
"You'll never know my secrets by the look of my eyes."
A.F.S. 1,2,4; Rep. 1; Art. CL 3; G.A.A. 3; For. Lang. CL 1,2; Jr., Sr. Play; Girl's St.; Annual St.; News St. 3,4, Editor 4.
Ambition: To be successful
BRENDA C. CRAWFORD " Let me tell the world."
Lib. CL 4; Art CL 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 4; For. Lang. Cl. 2; Sr. Play; Annual St.; Health Career Cl. 4.
Ambition: To see a world full of love.
DENNIS J. DELANEY
"The world must have great men."
Natl. Hon. Soc. 3,4, V. Pres. 4; Basketball 1; For. Lang. CL 1,2; Jr. Play; Class V. Pres. 3; Annual St.; III. St. Scholar.
RAY L. DIRKS
"I hope I shall have the leisure to make good."
"I would rather be right, than be president." A.F.S. Sr. Rep. 4; Mar. Band 2,3; Con. Band 2,3; St. Band 2,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Sr., Jr. Play; Annual St.; III. St. Scholar.
Ambition: Career in Banking
"No man loves life like him."
Ambition: To join the world of work
MATTHEW DUFFY "I'II do it my way."
Art Cl. 1,2; Track 2; Jr. Play.
"It may be for years, and it may be forever." A.F.S. 2,3; Art Cl. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3; St. Band 2,3; Con. Band 1,2,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2, Sec. 2; Sr. Play; Class Sec. 2; Pep Cl.
1; Annual St.
BEVERLY JEAN DUNCAN
"The only gift is a portion of thyself."
CATHY L. ECKHART "A friend to the human race."
F.H.A, 2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Sr. Play; Health Career Cl. 3,4; Annual St. Ambition: Secretary
CYNTHIA L. ENGEL
"We are such stuff as dreams are made on."
F.H.A. 2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Con. Band 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play; Annual St. Pep Cl. 4. Ambition: Clerk Typist
TIMOTHY W. ENRIGHT
"What hath night to do with sleep."
E. Club 4; Football 1,2,4; Wrestling 1,2; Annual St.; Class V. Pres. 2.
Ambition: Auto mechanic
66RICHARD W. EVANS
"He hears a different drummer."
"I grow old learning something new everyday."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Treas. 3, Reporter 4; Jr. Play; Annual St.
Ambition: ICC and farming
"A likeable fellow with a breezy air."
St. Coun. 4; E Club 1,2,3,4; Key Cl. 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Golf 2; Home. Atten. 1,4; Annual St.; Class Pres. 2; Pep Cl. Sec. Treas. 4. Ambition: College
"In silence there is also worth."
E. Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Track 1,2,4.
RONALD E. HARRIS
"A faultless body and a blameless mind."
St. Coun. 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; E Club 3,4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Annual St. 4; Pep Cl. 4.
PAMELA LYNN HEIBENTHA L "The heart has its reasons."
Track 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1; Annual St.
Ambition: Data Processing
"How poor are they that have not patience."
Natl. Hon. Soc. 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4;
E Club 2,3,4; SAR; STAR Greenhand Award; Football 1,2,3,4; Annual St.; Pep Cl. 4.
Ambition: College and Agriculture
ANNETTE MARIE HOLT
"I like to talk fast because I can say more."
St. Coun. 4; Natl. Hon. Soc. 3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1; Art Cl. 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Con. Band 1,2,3,4; St. Band 1,2,3,4; For. Lang. 4; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Jr., Sr. Play; Home. Atten. 1,4; Class Treas. 1, Pres. 4; Health Career Cl. 3; Pep Cl. 1,4; Annual St.
Ambition: English Teacher
PATTI DIANNE JEFFREYS
"I disapprove of what you $ay but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
F.F.A. 3; Art Cl. 1,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr. Play, St. Dir.; Health Career Cl. 3; Annual St., Co-Editor.
Ambition: Graphics Character
JAMES C. JOHNSON
"He who can call today his own."
Football 1; Wrestling 2; Annual St.
"I was raised on country sunshine."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 2,3,4; Annual St. Ambition: Filing Clerk
"One who loves her fellowman."
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3,4; Sr. Play; Annual St.; Health Career Cl. 3,4; Pep Cl. 1,4.
Ambition: Clerk Typist
"One man in his time plays many parts."
Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Con. Band 1,2,3,4; St. Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr.,
Ambition: College MARK KAYS
" Be always sure you're right—then go ahead."
E Club 4; Key Cl. 1,2,3,4; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4;
Con. Band 1,2,3,4; St. Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Golf 1,2,3,4; For. Lang. Cl. 1; Jr Sr. Play; Annual St.
JANET R. KEARFOTT "A life on the ocean wave."
F.H.A. 1; Art Cl. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Track 2; Pom-Pom 2; Annual St.
Ambition: Business Career
SUSAN D. KILPATRICK "Fling us a handful of stars."
F.H.A. 1; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Sr., Jr. Play; Health Career Cl. 3,4; Chess Cl. 4.
68DAVID KITCHELL " Brevity is the soul of wit."
Mar. Band 1,2,3; Con. Band 1,2,3,4; St. Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Wrestling 1.
" Much might be said on both sides."
E Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2. Ambition: College
" Let us then be up and doing."
F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Track 1; Pom-Pom 1, 2,3; Home. Atten. 3; Class Sec. 4; Annual St. Ambition: Business Career
MARK D. KUEBLER
"You have no certainty until you try."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Cl. 4; Annual St.
JUDITH ANN LOCK
"She moves a goddess and she looks like a queen. Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pom-Pom 1,2,3,4; Jr., Sr. Play; Annual St.
Ambition: ISU-Business Ed.
ALAN R. MARTIN "Toil is the sire of fame."
Wrestling 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr. Play; III. St. Scholar; Annual St.
Ambition: Catepillar (Engineer)
DIANA LYNN MILLER
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers."
St. Coun. 4; A.F.S. 1,2,3; Lib. Cl. 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Pres. 4; Track 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Cheerleading 1,2; Class Treas. 2, V. Pres. 4; Pep Cl. 1; Annual St.; Art Cl. 2.
GARRY MILLER "Answer me in one word."
Ambition: Truck driver
nKEITH A. MOOL
"It takes two to speak the truth-one to speak, and another to listen."
St. Coun. 1,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4; E Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Cap. 4; Home. Atten. 3; Annual St.; Pep Cl. 4.
KENNETH L. MOOL
"Am I my brother's keeper?"
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 2; E Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Cap. 4; Home. Atten. 2; Class Pres. 1; Annual St.; Pep Cl. 4.
SHIRLEY E. MOSER
"Get sick boys, I'm going to be a nurse."
A.F.S. 2; F.H.A. 4; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Con. Band 1,2,3,4; St. Band 3,4; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Health Career Cl. V. Pres. 3,4; Annual St.
Ambition: Registered Nurse
RAYMOND PATTERSON "The best is yet to be."
F.F.A. 3,4; Jr. Play; Annual St.
"For everything you have missed, you have gained something else."
RHONDA SUE POORBAUGH "Saddle your dreams before you ride them." A.F.S. 4; F.H.A. 2,3; Lib. Cl. 3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Pep Cl. 4; Chess Cl. 4; Annual St. Ambition: To find what I really want in life.
CHRIS PORZELIUS "The old order changeth." Football 1.
JOHN WILLIAM PRICE "Now or never was the time." Football 1,2.
DIANA LYNN PUNKE
"For too much rest itself becomes a pain."
St. Coun. 3,4, Sec. 4; A.F.S. 1,2,3; Art Cl. 1,2;
G.A.A. 2; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr. Play; Homecoming Queen 4; Class Treas. 4; Annual St. Ambition: Secretary
"Curfew must not ring tonight."
E Club 4; Key Cl. 3; Football 2; Wrestling 3; Base-ball 1; Golf 1.
" Let me lift and loosen old foundations."
Football 1,2; Basketball 3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Annual St.
SANDRA K. REINKENSMEYER
"No woman dares express all she thinks."
St. Coun. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Natl. Hon. Soc. 3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3; Lib. Cl. 1; Art Cl. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Track 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Cheerleading 1,2; Jr. Play; Class Treas. 3; Faye Crusius Award' IL. St. Scholar; Annual St.; Health Career Cl. 3; Pep Cl. 1.
"Should I have the strength to force the moment to its crisis?"
F.H.A. 3,4; Sr. Play; Annual St.
Ambition: To get taller.
DIANE SUE SCHULER "All the world's a stage."
A.F.S. 2,3,4, Sec., Treas. 4; F.F.A. 4; Lib. Cl.
2,3, V. Pres. 3; Art Cl. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Madrigal 3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr., Sr.
Play; Home. Atten. 2; Annual St.; Paper 2,3,4, Editor 4.
Ambition: College-To help others help themselves.
" Many loves of many a mood and kind fill the life of man, and mold the mind."
St. Coun. 2,3,4, Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; A.F.S. 1,2,
3.4, Pres. 4; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3, Pres. 3; Art Cl. 1,2,3; Key Cl. 1,2; Mar. Band 1,2,3,4; Con. Band 1,2, 3,4; St. Band 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 1,2,3; Football 1,2; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2,4; Jr. Play; Class Pres. 3. Ambition: Hotel-Motel- Resort Management
TOM E. STAUTER
"The women, they give me no peace."
St. Coun. 1,2,3; E Club 2,3,4; Key Cl. 4; Football
18.104.22.168, Cap. 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2;
Golf 2,3,4; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr., Sr. Play; Annual St.
Ambition: CollegeRICHARD WAYNE STEFFEN
"Worry, the interest paid by those who borrow
A.F.S. 2; F.F.A. 3,4; Art Cl. 3; Wrestling 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1.
Ambition: ICC and farming
DONALD L. STEPHENS "Tomorrow will be a new day."
SHERYL ANN SWANSON
"For she wishes not to seem, but to be, the best." A.F.S. 4; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Art Cl. 3;
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Spts. Char. 3, V. Pres. 4; Mar. Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; For. Lang. Cl. 2,4; Jr., Sr. Play; Pep Cl. 1,4; Annual St.; P.E. Award.
Ambition: Veterinarian TERRENCE R. TIPLER
"You can ask me for anything you like except time."
E Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Annual St.
MICHAEL LEE UPHOFF "I came, I saw, I conquered."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinal 3, Treas. 4; St. Coun. 3,4; Home. King 4; Class V. Pres. 1; Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1.
DEANNA WALDEN " Bright as thine own sunny sky."
A.F.S. 2; Lib. Cl. 3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Jr., Sr. Play; Flag Corp. 2,3.
Ambition: To get married and be happy.
"It's always good weather when good fellows get together."
A.F.S. 1,2,3; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3; Art Cl. 1,2,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2,3; Sr. Play; Annual St.
Ambition: To travel
"It is not good to want and to have."
A.F.S. 2,3,4; Lib. Cl. 3,4, V. Pres. 4; G.A.A.
1,2,3,4; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2,4; Jr., Sr. Play; Pep Cl. 1,4, Sr. Rep. 4; Annual St.
Ambition: BusinessJOHN WHISKERS
"I am going to seek the great perhaps."
Chorus 1,2,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1; Lib. Cl. 1,2,3,4; Health Career Cl. 3; A.F.S. 2; Art Cl. 3; Annual St.; F.H.A. 3; Madrigal 1; Sr. Play.
Ambition: To be myself and to do what I want to do.
PAULETTE WILKEY "All for one, one for all."
Lib. Cl. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 1,3,4; Sr. Play, St. Dir., Jr. Play; Annual St.; Health Career Cl. 3,4;
"He would not budge an inch."
F.F.A. 3,4; E Club; Football 4; Wrestling 4; Sr. Play; Annual St.; Pep Cl. 4; Chess Cl. 4, Pres. 4; Ambition: Truck Driver
NANCY LEE ZIMMERMAN
"I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars."
Natl. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4, Pres. 4; A.F.S. 2,3; Art Cl. 1,3; For. Lang. Cl. 1, Sec. 1; Jr. Play; Art Award 3;
D.A.R. 4; Annual St.; Pom-Pom 1; Health Career Cl.
Ambition: ICC-Occupational Therapy
Annie Holt President
Dianna Miller Vice President
Mr. James Advisor
NORMA LYNN ZIMMERMAN
"Wise to resolve and patient to perform."
Natl. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Chorus 1; For. Lang. Cl. 1,2; Pom-Pom 1; Annual St.; Co-Editor; Health Career Pres. 3,4; Jr. Play, Sr. Play;
MAURICIO BIRCHINALL "Oh, what men dare do!"
Trans, from Columbia, South America.
Karol Krug Secretary
Diane Punke T reasurer
Mr. Grose AdvisorSAR-DAR
Daryl Hodel — Nancy Zimmerman
Dennis Delaney 3.88
Diana Miller 3.74
Janis Cowley 3.73
Sandy Reinkensmeyer 3.60
Diana Punke 3.55
Nancy Zimmerman 3.51
Annie Holt 3.48
Shirley Moser 3.41
Alan Martin 3.41
Robin Breach 3.30
Tom Stauter 3.24
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