El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL)
- Class of 1982
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1982 volume:
The El Paso High School Class of Nineteen Hundred Eighty Two Presents “The Cometeer”TABLE OF CONTENTS
GRADUATION ..................89Mr. Conrad Porter, Superintendent
Mr. Jon Odle, Principal
Mrs. Norma Whitzig, Secretary to Mr. Porter
Mrs. Ann Hocker, Secretary to Mr. Odle
Mr. Eric Bates, Industrial Arts
Mrs. Ellen Besse, Librarian
Mrs. Virginia Brown, -iome Ec
Mrs. Ada Christensen,
Mr. Tim Band
Mrs. Patsy Fortune, English
Mr. Robert Hageman, Counselor
Mrs. Linda Hageman, Art
Miss Linda Kahle, Health
Mr. Ron Kramme, HistoryMr. Ken Moens, Agriculture
Mrs. Marilyn Musick, Chorus Mrs. Loretta Neisler, Math
7Mrs. Cindy Stoller, English Mr. William Wolf. Business
9O J ( ) ( ) O U. h oo w
Ron Seggerman, Vice President Ron Wolf, President Linda Rogers, Secretary Linda Graber, Treasurer Mr. Bill Wolf and Mrs. Carol Stiles, Sponsors
11JANET RUTH ANDREWS
“With every rising of the sun, think of your life just begun.”
AFS 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; FHA 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3,4.
TAMMY JEAN ARMSTRONG
“To succeed in life you need not only initiative, but also finishiative.”
AFS 1,2,3,4, Editor Chief 4; EPRA 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Scholastic Bowl 1,2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Track 1,2; Chorus 1; Math Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Student Director; Math Contest 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; 50 Mile Swim Club 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 4, Secretary 4; Girls Basket ball Stat. 2.
Ambition: U of I, Math Computer Science
BRUCE LEE ATTIG
“Don’t put things off till tomorrow, because pretty soon tomorrow will be today, and something was due yesterday.”
FFA 1,2,3, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Band 1,2,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
Ambition: ISU Ag. Business
“To live long is almost every one’s wish, but to live well is the ambition of a few."
AFS 2; Newspaper Staff 2,3,4; EPRA 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Track l;Pom Pon4; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Flag Corp. 2,3.
TERRI LINN ARMSTRONG
“Do not walk in front of me, 1 may not follow; Do not walk behind me I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend."
AFS 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 3; FHA 1,2,3;4; Chorus 1, 2,3; A VC Child Care 4 Ambition: Child Develop ment
“In the beginning, God.. ." Spanish Award 3; Music Award 3; Football 2,3,4; E Club 3,4; AFS 2,3,4, V Pres. 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; EPRA 2,3; Chess Club 2,3; Scholastic Bowl 2,3; Jr. Play; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 1,2,3,4; Modulations 2,3,4; Concert band 1,2,3; Jazz band 1,2,3; Marching band 1,2,3; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Illinois Governmental In tern.
Ambition: U of I - Pre Medi cine
12JOHN WILLIAM BENEDICT
“It would have been easier to stay out than get out." Industrial Arts Club 1,2; Basketball 2; Chorus 1; Sr. Play.
Ambition: Go to WIU
“I know you think you under stand what I said, but what you heard was not what I meant."
Track 1; Chorus 2,3,4. Ambition: Undecided
REBECCA LYNN CRAMMOND
"Experience is the name everyone gives to their mis takes."
AFS 1,2,3,4, Sec 4; News paper Staff - 2,3,4, Ass. Ed. 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, Sec T res. 3, EPRA 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Track man. 2; Annual Staff 3,4, Jr. Editor, Editor. Ambition: Secretary
KEVIN LEE EICHELBERGER
“It’s easy to learn something about everying, but diffficult to learn everything about something."
E Club 3; FFA 4, Track 4; Football 2, Band 1; Sr. Play. Ambition: Avionics Technician
BRIAN BARTON BREACH
“Being quiet doesn’t mean that I have nothing to say." Track 3.
Ambition: Audio Recording
SCOTT DWAYNE CLEMENTS
“To reach the port of heaven, we must sail some times with the wind, and sometimes against it, but we must sail; not drift or lie at anchor."
Class Pres. 1; Scholastic Bowl 3; Student Council 1,4; Chorus 1,2,3.4, Pres. 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 2, 3,4; Sr. Play. Student Direc tor.
Ambition: College, Teach ing
MYRA ANN CREMER
“Fun is good, truth is better, and love is best of all.”
AFS 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3.4; FHA 220.127.116.11 Ambition: Secretarial Work
THOMAS B. EVANS
“Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”
Football 1,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Math Contest 2.
Ambition: To be successful
13DANIEL LEE FARRELL
“Sworn to Fun Loyal to None.”
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4. Ambition: Travel School, Pittsburgh
BECKI JANE FEENEY
“Just about the time I think I can make ends meet, somebody moves the ends.”
AFS 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Sports Editor 4; EPRA 1; Spanish Club 1; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 Captain 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4. V. Pres. 4; Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Class Sec. 2,3; Computer Club 4.
Ambition: Millikin University, Accounting or Communications
“Learn as if you will live forever, Live as if you would die tomorrow.”
Football 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Swing Choir 1,3.
Ambition: Commercial Pilot
NORMA JEAN FOLKS
“Friendship’s the wine of life, but friendship new... Is neither strong nor pure.” Newspaper Staff 3,4; Track 2; Flag Cor. 2.
Ambition: Registered Nurse
“We all follow a different path to the summit be we eventually see the same sun.”
E Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Industrial Arts Club 3. Ambition: College, Wrestling, Draftsmen
“We have seen on this day great marvels but ere night fall I daresay we shall see even greater marvels -Malory.”
AFS 3,4; Computer Club 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
Ambition: Computer Science
TERI SUE FULLER
"Education is that which allows you to get into more intelligent trouble.”
AFS 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 2,3,4; EPRA 1.2,3.4; Scholastic Bowl 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2.3.
STEVEN SCOTT GARRETT
“Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow, or get completely out of!” Football 1,2.
14DOUGLAS D. GATES
“One loving heart sets another on fire.”
E Club 1,2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 2; Track 3,4; Foot ball 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Best Defensive lineman 1982 Football, Wrestling Captain.
Ambition: Work, Depart ment of Corrections
COREAN MAE GAZELLE (CANDY)
“When you make two people happy: one of them is apt to be you.”
Spanish Club 3,4; FHA 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Ambition: Marriage, work, and Night School
"My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there." EPRA 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Chorus 1; Math Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Volleyball 3; Annual Staff4;GAAl;50 Mile Swim Club 1,2,3,4.
Ambition University of Oklahoma
LINDA LOUISE GRABER
“The best way to solve your problems is to help some one else solve his.” Newspaper Staff 3,4; EPRA 1,2,3,4; Jr. Rep. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Chorus 1; Math Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Senior Treasurer; 50 Mile Swim Club 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: Nursing, Happi ness
“The human brain is a wonderful organ, it starts to work as soon as you are born and doesn’t stop until you get up to deliver a public speech.”
Eiasketbal! 1; Football 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3.
LISA KAY HAINES
“God gave us our memories so that we might have roses in December.”
EPRA 1,2; Track 1,2; Cheer leader 1; Chorus 1,2,3; Swing Choir 1; Jr. Play; Senior Play; Math Contest 1; Annual Staff 4 Ambition: College
TRACY LYNN HARROUN
“To be born with a sense of laughter and a sense that the world is mad!”
EPRA 3,4; Student Council 1; Chorus 1,2,3; Jr. Play; Math Contest 1.
15DIANA SUE HARVEY
“Never put a question mark where God put a period.” AFS 1,2,3,4. V Pres 3; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4, Asst. Editor 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, V Pres 3; EPRA 1,2,3,4, Most Enthusiastic 2; Span ish Club 2,3; Track 1,2,3, Manager 3; Basketball Manager 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; An nual Staff 4; 50 Mile Swim Club.
Ambition: Secretary or Col lege at ICC
TODD MATTHEW HAYSLETTE
“Let wit be thy spear, and charm be thy shield.” Basketball 1,2; Football 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Jr. Mar shall.
Ambition: To be happy, heal thy, and rich!
GARY LEE HUDSON
“Conscience is the play-book of the still small voice that told you not to do it in the first place.”
EClub 1.2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Ambition: Get a good job.
“Action outsells promises.” E Club 1,2,3,4; Scholastic Bowl 2; Student Council 2, 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Ind. Arts Club 2; Chorus 2,3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play, Math Contest 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Computer Club 4; Class V. Pres 2; Class Treasurer 1; Football, Basketball, and T rack Capt. 4; Track MVP 3; Football MVP 3; Best Defensive Back 3.4; Jr. Homecoming Attn. Prom King Candidate 4.
Ambition: College, Taylor University.
RICHARD D. HEIKEN
“One good thing about the future, it comes one day at a time.”
Ind. Arts Club 1,2, Treas urer 2; AVC Mechanic 3. Ambition: Auto Mechanic
PETER AMBROSE HYNES
“Nothing is ours but time.” E Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Tri Capt. 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Capt. 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Math Club 3,4, National Honor Society 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Computer Club 4, Pres. 4; Best Offensive Line men 4; All Conf. Honorable Mention defensive end 3; Center 4.
(Picture not available) “Education makes people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave.” Chorus 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: Veterinary Assis tant.
16PATRICIA KAY MALCOM
“A sense of humor keen enough to show a man his own absurdities will keep him from commission of all sin, or nearly all, save those that are worth committing.” AFS 1. EPRA 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Volleyball 4; Cho rus 1.2,3; Cheerleader 1,2; Swing Choir 1; Class Pres. 2, V Pres 3.
Ambition: College, (Admin istrative) Nurse
DAVID ERIC MC WILLIAMS
“Live every moment as if it were your last, because it just may be."
E Club 2,3,4; Track 3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Best Foot ball Offensive Back 4; Cho rus 1,2,3.4; Annual Staff 4 Ambition: To be successful and happy
JAMES DELANO MITCHELL
"Very few men, properly speaking, live at present, but are providing to live another time.”
Newspaper Staff 3.4; Cho rus 1.2,3.4; Madrigals 4; Jr. Play; Chess Club 3. Ambition: Truckdriver
MARK G. PATERNOGA
"What this world needs is more people who know what this world needs.”
E Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1.
Ambition: Trade School
LUIZ MARCIO OLIVEIRA PENHA
"There is a great difference between traveling to see countries or to see People, to see people your souvenir is the memory in the heart.” Foreign Exchange Student; Spanish Club 4; AFS 4; Track 4; Band 4.
CHARLES TODD PINKHAM
"Money may not buy happi ness, but it buys the kind of misery you enjoy.” E Club 1.2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Basket ball 1; Chorus 1.2,3,4; Swing Choir 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4, Tri-Capt. 4
Ambition: To become rich and successful
HARVEY R RHEA
"They conquer who believe they can.”
E Club 2.3.4; Ind Arts Club 2; Track 3.4; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Cho rus 2.3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Computer Club 4; Soph. Homecoming Attendant. Sr. Homecoming King, Sr Defensive Back Football. Prom Canidate 4 Ambition. College. ISU
17LINDA MARIE RODGERS
“I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today.”
AFS 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3,4; EPRA 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Chorus 1,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; 50 Mile Swim Club; Sec. of Student Council 4; Treas. of Soph. Class; Sec. of Senior Class; EPRA Pres. 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Sweetheart 4; Jr Marshall. Ambition: U of I, to be happy and successful.
JOHNATHON G. SCHERTZ
”A horse, a horse, my king dom for a horse.”
E Club 3,4; FFA 18.104.22.168, Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; Football 1,3.4; Band 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Math Contest 1.
Ambition: ICC. Farm Diesel Mechanics
LISA DIANE SCHROEDER
“There is only one success — to be able to spend your life in your own way.”
AFS 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2.3,4; EPRA 2,3,; Spanish Club 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1; Annual Staff 4 Ambition: Secretary
RONALD HENRY SEGGERMAN
"Never become too serious, for the only way to retain sanity is to keep just a touch of ‘Craziness.’”
AFS 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Scholastic Bowl 2,3,4, JV Capt. 2, VAR Capt 4; Football 1,2; Chorus 1.2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Jr. Play ; Sr. Play; Math Contest 1; Chess Club 3; Class V.P. 4; State Scholar 4.
Ambition: ISU, Broadcasting
WILLIAM EDWARD SCHIFFERER JR.
“The thrill is not just in win ning, but in the courage to join the race.”
EClub 1,2,3.4; FFA 22.214.171.124, Pres. 4.5; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
Ambition: Work, ICC
BARBARA DIANE SCOTT
“Man shall be called account for every permitted pleasure he failed to enjoy.”
AFS 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; FFA 2.3; EPRA 1,2,3,4; Scholastic Bowl 1,2, 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, Capt. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Math Contest 1,2,3,4; Math Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; 50 Mile Swim Club 2,3,4; Com puter Club 4; AH State Sc hoi ar.
Ambition: Air Force ROTC. Southern III Univ.
"Don’t do things in halves, the other half might be im portant.”
Ambition: Navy, Get mar ried
“The great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.”
EPRA 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Jr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Soph. Attendant 2.
Ambition: Computer Sci ence, SUI
“Life is a card game in which everyone is dealt a hand that he must play.”
Ind. Arts 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4. Ambition: Work
“Our opinion of people de pends less upon what we see in them than upon what they make us see in our selves.”
EPRA 1.2,3,4; Tres. 3, Rep. 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Cheerlead er 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Swing Choir 1,3,4; Madrigals 4; Math Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Math Contest; 1,2,3; National Honor Society 2. 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Editor 4, Jr Editor 3; 50 Mile Swim Club 2; Class Sec. 1, Pres 3; Computer Club 4; Home coming Attn. 3,4; Sr. Prom Candidate.
BUDDY WAYNE TAYLOR
“It is with life as with a play: What matters is not how long it is, but how good it is.” E Club 3.4; Football 1.2,3,4; Sr. Play.
CAROL KAY SMITH
“I may not be perfectly wise, perfectly witty or perfectly wonderful, but I’m always perfectly me.”
EPRA 1.2,3,4; Track 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Jr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Swing Choir 1,3,4, Madirgals 1; Sr. Play; Chorus 1,2,3,4.
"The way is long - let us go together, the way is difficult let us help each other, the way is joyful - let us share it, the way is our along - let us go”
Newspaper Staff 4; FHA 3.4; Spanish Club 2.3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Jr. Play, Student Director; Stu dent Council Tres. 2; Home coming Attn. 1; Class Of ficer 1,3.
MICHAEL PAUL TERVEN
“All great men are dying and I don’t feel well myself.” FFA 4; Track Mgr. 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2; Band 1,2,3; Sr. Play; Com puter Club 4.
“Life is what you make it, so make it the best.”
EPRA 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Indus trial ArtsClub2;Track 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Math Contest 1; 1st Place Blowling; 1L State Scholar.
Ambition: Computer Pro grammer
SUZANNE JEANNE VALENTINE
“It is also written in your law that the testimony of two men is true. John 8:17." Newspaper Staff 3,4; EPRA 1,2,3; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Chorus 1; Math Contest 1.3; Flag Corps. 2,3, Capt. 4; Scholastic Award 1,2,3;4; IL Govn. Internship Program 4.
Ambition: Major Computer Science, IL State University
RONALD EDWARD WOLF
"Always do right. . . this will grafity some people and astonish the rest."
Newspaper Staff 2,3,4; Span ish Club 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4 Pres. 4; Football 1,2; Chorus 1; Swing Choir 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Math Contest 3; Annual Staff 4; Computer Club 4, V. Pres. 4; Class Pres. 4
MICHELLE ANN UNDERWOOD
"You know you’ve made a friend, when it hurts to say goodbye."
AFS 4; Newspaper Staff 2,
3.4, Sports Editor 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta
3.4, Sec. Tres. 4; Wres tling Co. Capt 1,2; Cheer leader 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; Math Contest 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Volleyball 3,4; Comput er Club 4; 50 Mile Swim Club 1,2,3,4; M1P 4 Volley ball.
Ambition: University of Illi nois
“Maturity is the art of living in place with that which we cannot change, the courage to change that which can be changed the wisdom to know the difference.” Newspaper Staff 2,3.4, Feature Editor 4; EPRA 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Mu Al phaTheta4;Chorus l;Math Club 4; Jr Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4; Computer Club 4; 50 Mile Swim Club 2,3,4
Ambition: Southern in Car bondale
Mid term Graduate
(Picture not available) Mid term Graduate
BOBBIE JO CAREY
(Picture not available) Mid term Graduate
I. Jane! Andrew leave E.P H.S. knowing I can now slay home and spend time with my little girl
I. Tammie Andrews, leave my good card playing ability to K A and M B because they need it. I also leave my sister to cause twice as much trouble as I did (knowing she will)
I, Tammy Armstrong, leave EPHS knowingS.C knows how to Cha Cha and in complete control of his faculties, I leave J. Y. my job because she needs one. and I leave J R my ability to “Entertain ’, knowing she will do a good job
I. Terri Armstrong, leve my ability to put twenty miles on the Mustang between the EPHS parking lot and our drive to Scooby.
I. Bruce Attig, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequath the right for SB. to attain my underwater swimming record, being as he worked so hard to beat me
I. Todd Baxter, leave J W the job of accompanying for Mrs M at contest and I leave the job of falling asleep in Goody Carol's class to anyone who can fill the qualifications
I. John Benedict, leave my ability to charm Mrs. Netsler and the rest of the faculty toT.C. knowing that even if the rest of the faculty isn’t impressed Mrs Neisler will be
I. Ten Breach, leave knowing that I came in with very little and I am leaving with even less.
I, Scott Clements, leave A H. the ability to do everything but what she's supposed to be doing during band, I leave Mr Odle my bumper sticker which was savagely attacked by a can of turtle wax and the number eaten off. I leave Mrs Stiles with the guilt of “the hat’’ from "The Play That Would Not Quit", and I leave T A "The Entertainer" knowing that I am still in complete control of my faculties.
I. Becky Crammond, leave L M and M B the ability to be as organized as we were on the yearbook, and I also leave knowing that Rollie Snowmobile Traiier has the ability to do donuts and hit snowmobile trailers and that S F has the ability to drive on a flat tire until it comes off of the rim!
I. Myra Cremer. leave knowing S T. and D. W will do a good job of running F H A and leave L.J all the large birds in the girls P E. locker room I also leave S K the ability to dump powder on someone else’s shoes, and K.T. the ability to throw J.S. out of the office during noon hour I. Kevin Eichelberger, hereby leave E.P.H.S. knowing I won’t be coming back.
I. Danny Farrell, leave E.P H.S. willingly
I. Jerry Faulk, leave with the satisfaction knowing that a bumper sticker never touched my car and knowing I won’t have to worry about getting an excused pass again
I. Becki Feeney, leave to Charlene and Lori, many more guys without faces, pounding, and a lot of trips to Urbana Jumers, and to Lori R.. all of my unshyness!! I. Joe Franzen bequeath my wrestling ability and worldly charm to T D arid K W
I. Mike Fritz, leave Kerry my cape and purple long johns and I am oh so very sorry for any fond memories I have left of Julie
I. Corky Alias Steve GarTett” leave E P H S. with my straight jackets and weaving materials to meet you again someday in that great rubber room in the sky
1, Doug Gates, leave E.F. all of my career losses in Wrestling, and C.H. with two sore arms.
I. Candy Gazelle, leave to Jamie and Chris all of Mr Rayner’s teasing.
I. Linda Graber. leave knowing that L E and D M know all about attachments, that 1. H . S.V.. and T A won’t have to hear me yell in their ears until a Bears or Cowboy’s game, and to S.U all the men she wants I also leave TLA with a new fast purple car
I. Lori Haas, leave knowing I will never find any better friends that 1 have found in S.U . S V . L R . L.G.. and T A and know that 1 will never forget them.
I. Diana Harvey, leave my ability to drop a tub full of dishes in front of a crowd of people, at the Elm’s to: S.F . C.M . and K K I. Todd Hayslette, leave my vast knowledge of Emily Dickinson to whoever wants it
I. Rick Heiken. will Steve M the job to show the moon in P E class, and Tom C. the job to keep the cars running out at Marathon I, Gary Hudson, leave all my losses to Russ Hunt.
I. Pete Hynes, leave E.P H.S. knowing that next year will be the first year in 15 years without a Hynes on the football team. I also leave knowing that T.D. has finally k arned how to counter the Fireman’s Carry
I. Landis l.oewen. leave my ability to shoot the whirlybird shot to S M and K P knowing that practice won't be the same without one I. Tracey Lovings. leave EPHS.. knowing S W won't skip school anymore
I. Patty Malcom, leave A H pulling out her underwear, and pulling up her shorts and knowing that for the next 3 yrs E P H S has a reigning "Creeper Queen"
I. Dave McWilliams leave E.P H.S. knowing that K P will hold up the No. 1 wac meat position to hts up most ability. I also leave knowing that I went to prom with a princess
I. Jim Mitchell, leave knowing Mrs Besse will have to find someone else to do her work for her and someone else to yell at I. Mark Paternoga, leave wondering which car to take
I. Luiz Penha, leave my accent to T P and G F. to have fun speaking with American people
I. Skip Rhea leave my ability to become Computer Club Librarian to L.C. or T.P who ever fails to be there on the day of nominations
I. Linda Rogers, leave knowing that if I ever need to know anything about attachments. 1 just have to ask L.G . that I won't ever forget the good times I've had with L H , L.G.. S.U . S.V.. and T.A and that D M will always be the biggest Marshmallow Creampuff and he's also the sweetest!
I John Schertz. leave my immaculate mechanical skills to J.D who will someday get the old beater “A” running I. Bill Schifferer. leave E P H.S knowing that the teachers lounge pop will be safe
l.LisaSchroeder. leve E.P H.S knowing that this year seniors left the freshmen off easy, but the senior class of "84" won’t especilly V H Right Shelly and KeHy77' 1. Barb Scott, leave E.P H.S knowing A H will never have another biddidle, biddidle. on the way to the D Q and toS.A I leave my sister Deb. knowing she will be a good partner in basketball practice, take good care of her
I, Ron Seggerman, leave my ability to dodge waste cans kicked by “Kung Fu" Rabbe to Bruiser Morgan, a candy bar to Knucklehead, and also leave knowing that the Chef of the future was right, it can core an apple!
I. Duane Shaw, leave everything to Marcia Hall
I. Denise Shawgo, leave E P H.S., knowing that B.B., and PR. will carry on my Magician talents.
1. Kay Smith, leave E P H S hoping to reach my little space shuttle home in the sky and that the best of times are with "us". 1 also leave knowing B.F and P R will take "smiles" and L.H.. S.H and I are still recovering.
I Steph Stine, leave knowing that Mrs. Stiles will never have a Brit Lit class to top "Spot the Wonder Taper", knowing that P R and B B. will probable take many "traveling seminars” and hoping that D S. has as good of a time m H.S as 1 did
I. Brenda Stoller. leave E.P H.S hoping that Mr Wolf will have better luck with my brother in Accounting and 1 leave J.Y my ability in Shorthand 1. Buddy Taylor, leave E.P H.S. knowing that Rollie will eat all my malt o meal every morning I. Mike Terven. leave the deed to my bridge to D.R (my favonte Freshman )
I. Duane Trunnell. leave the backroom of the library to anyone who can get past Mrs Besse
I. Shelly Underwood, leave AH the warmest spot on the volleyball bench, and five best fnends anyone could ask for. and I also leave knowing JR. will never have as much fun at Cheerleading Camp without me and our “Whoopers ”
I. Suzanne Valentine, will my place of 1st hour office worker to anyone who thinks they can handle the “exercise” — Right Mrs Hocker?
I. Sheila Vogel, leave knowing P.H. will watch laithly over my little sister and I leave A V. my kleptomania
I. Ron Wolf, leave all my charm to L.C., my seat near the “crack of doom” in Chemistry to T.P.. my ability not to stutter to B K . my ability to pay my debts to S A (yes. I pay my debts even if it does take a few months right Tina?). I also leave knowing the only reason I passed any of Mrs Stiles classes was because of the Mystic Yellow chairs.
We the senior of 3rd hour girls P.E leave to next years seniors, the ability to carry on our winning tradition
We dictator and vice dictator leave E.P.H.S knowing that Delta Omicron Omega is better than Mu Alpha Theata
We the 5th hour Occ. Ed. Class leave knowing how much Mr Wolf spent on groceries this year
The Old 7th hour Geometry class of 1979 80 leave Mr Rabbi a new trash can and a new rack of protractors
We. T A . P.H., and S.V. of the 4th hour study hall leave Mrs Neisler knowing how long five minutes are and the next person that talks will get a detention We. L.R . and S.V. leave J R. to keep our business in working conditions.
We. S.U and B B . leave E.P H.S knowing that we were the best two cheerleaders'
We. the radiator gang, leave B B and M R all the fun and enjoyment of Western Summer Music Camp and a safe trip home'"!
We. R W and P H leave our seats in the Physics Chemistry II class to T P and B.K
We. the Math 4 students leave the ability to struggle through Mr Rabbe’s class next year to anyone “smart" enough! to take the class.
L. Loewen, T. Baxter, S. Stine, T. Armstrong, B. Scott, D. Trunnell, P Hynes. L. Haas. R. Seggerman, S. Valentine.
Prettiest Girl: Lori Haas Joe Accounting: Becki Feeney
Handsomest Guy: Skip Rhea Joe Math: Landis Loewen
Mr Personality: Ron Seggerman Joe Chemistry: Duane Trunnell
Ms. Personality: Steph Stine Joe English: Steph Stine
Mr. Legs: Skip Rhea Joe Chorus: Scott Clements
Ms. Legs: Brenda Stoller Joe Study Hall: Mark Paternoga
Love Couple: Dave M and Linda R Joe Gossip: Patty M Shelly U
Joe Songbird: Todd Baxter Joe Successful: Landis Loewen
Joe Jerk: Mike Terven Joe Party: Duane Trunnell
Joe Jock: Pete Hynes Joe Pemo: Mike Terven
Mr. I.Q.: Landis Loewen Joe Preppy: Pete Hynes
Ms. I.Q.: Steph S. Tammy A. Joe Grubby: Terry Ales
Mr Body: Skip Rhea Joe College: Pete Hynes
Ms Eyes: Becki Feeney Joe Mama: Joe Franzen
Most likely to have a nervous breakdown by age 20: Brenda S., Ron Wolf, Tammy A
Most likely to commit multiple ax murders: Mike Fritz
Most likely to be killed by Fritz: Kevin Eichelberger
Most likely to join Alcoholics Anonymous by age 25: Danny Farrell
Most likely to end up in a padded room: Steve Garrett
Most likely to win a Telly Savalis Look alike contest: Scott Clements
Most likely to have a marathon run around his toes: Jerry Faulk
Most likely to be the “Entertainer” of the year. Tammy Armstrong
Most likely to be on Social Security by the age of 20: Paul Haas
Most likely to be destitute: Ron Seggerman
222425Brenda Baer, Secretary Lisa Jording, Treasurer Mrs. J. Scott, Mr. D. Orr, and Mrs. M. Musick (not pictured), Sponsors
Stephanie Alexander, Edie Allen. Karen Andrews. Timothy Armstrong. Frank
Armstrong, Jeffrey Baer. Bradley Baer. Brenda Bailey. Michele Baker. Lisa
Bauman. Marilyn Bergquist. Mara Burtis, Karen Callender, Elaine Carey, Larry
Charlotte. Eric Clark, Nick Cleary, Thomas Clements, Jeffrey Colburn, Thomas
Cox, Lynn Dambold. Troy DeKeyser. Jodi Delaney. John Denham, Eric
Elyea, Timothy Evans, James Fever. Ann Fever, Beth Finck, Ronald
Forrest, Brian Franke. Sandra Garrels, John Graybill, Todd Haas, Jeffrey
27Haas, Raymond Hanson, Julie Hall. Lon Heibenthal, Sheila Hinthorne, Raymond
Hoffman, Teresa Hunt, Russell Jackson, Cindy Janssen, Lynne Jording, Lisa
Kelley. Michael Kelly, Brad Kraft, Sherri Krug, Janet Lovings. Dena
Marshall. Charlene Malcome, Larry Malcome, Terry Meier, Michael Messer, Lori
Miller, Richard Nordine. Holly Page, Pamela Pfab, Tracey Pfister, Mary
Porth, Jeffrey Pinkham, Amy Reeves, Mary Reynolds, Larry Rhea. Peggy
Ridgeway, Hoagey Roberts, Brad Rogers, Joy Scheiber, Darwin Schifferer, Gary
28Scott, Lori Sizemore, Jerry Steffen, Dennis Stimpert, Criag Sutton, Julie
Tornow, Dennis Trunnell. Salley Voltz, Suzie Waller, Diana Waller, Michael
Andy Patton, President Kristy Ellis, Vice President Lori Riker, Secretary Jimmy Carr, Treasurer (not pictured)
Mr. S. Schroeder and Mr. W. Rayner, Sponsors
31Aeschliman, Amy Anderson, Charlotte Armstrong. Thomas Baker, Michelle Bridgeforth. Amy
Brown. Pamela Burtis, Julie Campbell, James Carey, Lucy Carr, James
Clark, Michael Denham. Andrew Ellis, Kristy Fick. Robin Fletcher, Douglas
Folks, Sandra Forrester, Terry Friend, Edward Gubitz, Stacey Hall. Marcia
Hamilton, Andrew Hany, Curtis Harshbarger, Daniel Harshbarger, Theresa Hasty, Terry
Holt, Jacqueline Hudson, Charmaine Hunt, David Hynes. Patricia Kearfott, Debra
Kraft. Misty Krug, Delores Kurtenbach, Dee Lovings, Kenneth Luttrell, Joyce
32Malcom. Jeffrey Marshall. Thomas Martin, Tina Miller. Angela Miller. Dale
Mool. T racy Moms, Gregory Murrell. Janet Murrell. Jeanette Murrell. John
Page. Robert Parkhouse. Kevin Patton. Andrew Ridgeway. Dorothy Riker. Lori
Roberts. James Schieber. Roland Schmitt, George Schroeder. Shelly Scott, Debra
Shepard. Marla Smith, Brad Stimpert, Sonja Stoller. Brian Taylor Richard
Turner, Kelly Valentine, Julienne Wallace. Mark Weakley, Dan Wilson, Daniel
Wilkey, Troy Wolf. Kerry Young, Matt Zimmerman, Donna Waller. Kelly
3334Renee Weber, Vice President Laura Owcarz, Secretary Ann Vogel, Treasurer Mrs. C. Stoller and Miss C. Rahn, Sponsors
Nicholas Ales, Donald Alexander, Edmund Andrews, Jackie Bailey. Kevin
Berg, Penny Bergquist, Shawn Bigger. Michael Brubaker. Tina Callender. Roger
Carey. Theresa Clements. Jeffrey Colburn. Jane Copple. Brian Crump, Kraig
Dixon, Dwain Dodson.
Christopher Dukes. Laura Feeney. Gregory Fuller, Traci
Hadden. Lenette Hamilton. Lisa Harrold, Tina Heller. Amy Hinthorne. Corwyn
Hudson, Melody Jones. Sheila Kaupp. Nelson Kidd, Richard Lindsey. Ann
Lush. Barbara Lush, Tony Luttrell, Jean Malcome, Debbie Marshall, June
Mason, Steve McGrane, Robert McMahill, Christopher Mool, Greg Mool, Scott
36Morgan. Scot I Murrell. Tina Myers. Dennis Newkirk. Daniel Oliver. Tina
Owcarz. Laura Pfister. David Poole. Brian Rhodes. David Rieffel. James
Rieffel. Jeffrey Robbins. Gary Roth. Debra Scrivner. Crystal Seiver. Mark
Sennott. Mark Smoots. Rodney Stelter. George Stiles. Christine T runnel I. Thomas
Uphoff, Susan Usherwood, Norman Vandegraft, Marisa Vandegraft, Becky Vogel. Ann
Waller. Russell Ward. Gregory Weber. Jamie Weber. Renee Welty, Patricia
West. Deborah West. Michael Witkowski. Kevin Young. Jimmy
Kneeling: G. Hudson, D. Gates, L. Loewen.S. Rhea. D. McWilliams, J Clements, B Schifferer, B. Taylor, D. Fletcher. B Smith. Second Row: Coach D. Orr, M Terven, J. Carr, J. Schertz.T. Baxter, R Hunt, E. Friend, T. Pfab, L. Cox, J. Campbell, T. Armstrong, Assistant Coach J. Williams, Third Row: A Patton, Manager, K. Parkhouse, D Hunt, D. Schieber, G. Schifferer, T. Pinkham. N. Clark, P. Hynes. T. Elyea, B Stoller. B. Kelly, T. Wilkey. Head Coach W. Rayner.
Head Coach Wesley Rayner. T. Pinkham, P Hynes, L Loewen.
FOOTBALL COMMENTS The cumulation of four years of hard work payed off for the “Comets" in 1981 The first conference championship in ten years, first undefeated regular season team in twenty four years, and the first team in the state playoffs advancing to the State Quarterfinals in 2A. Our Senior players will be sorely missed in 1982, but the legacy they left behind will be a motivation factor to the teams that follow My sincere congratulations to our team and the great thrills you provided for me and our coaching staff, the student body, and the community.
Coach RaynerMidstate Champs
T odd Pinkham, T ricaptain, End, Midstate
Conference Defensive End.
Landis Lowewn, T ricaptain. Quarter back. Safety, MVP. Best Defensive Back. Midstate Conf. Defensive Back, Midstate Conf. Hon. Mention Quarterback.
Pete Hynes, Tri captain, Center. Best Offensive Lineman. Midstate Conf. Honorable Mention Center.
41Dave McWilliams, Flanker, Best Offensive Back
Bill Schifferer, Fullback
Doug Gates, Tackle, Best Defen
sive Lineman, Midstate Conf. De fensive Interior Lineman
Skip Rhea, Split End, Best Defensive Back
Buddy Taylor, Guard
Gary Hudson, Guard, Midstate
Conf., Honorable Mention Often sive Guard
John Schertz, End
Mike Terven, Tackle
Kneeling: T. Armstrong, K Parkhouse, D. Fletcher, D. Hunt, B Smith; Standing: Coach Rayner, A. Patton, J. Carr, E. Friend, B Stoller, T.
Wilkey, J Campbell. Mr Williams.
First Row: J. Young, S. Mool. D Rhodes. B. Copple, K Bailey, J Rteffel, D Newkirk; Second Row: R Smoots. M Bigger. S Bergquist, B
Poole, C. Dodson, G. Robbins. T. Lush; Third Row: J. Rieffel, G. Mool. E Alexander. D Ales, S Morgan. G. Feeney. M Sennott.
MIDSTATE CHAMPIONS STATE QUARTERFINALISTS
REGULAR SEASON Eureka 0 El Paso
LeRoy 6 El Paso
Chenoa 0 El Paso
Woodland 18 El Paso
PLAY OFF ACTION Williamsville 14 El Paso 8 Danville Schlarman 22
El Paso 24 El Paso 40 El Paso 22 El Paso 34 El Paso 20
El Paso 25
22 DeerCreek Mackinaw 0
20 Flanagan 6
8 Gridley 6
6 Lexington 0
Queen Linda Homecoming Court 1981-82Rock ’n’ Roll High School
Kneeling: S. Uphoff. S. Jones. L. Dukes. A. Vogel. R. Weber. D Kurtenbach. C. Anderson. A Heller; Standing: S. Underwood. B Fever. B Baer. S. Heibenthal. P. Rhea. J. DeKeyser, T. Mool. Coach Kollath.
Kneeling; P Hynes. A Heller, D. Kurtenbach, J. Murrell. R. Weber; Row2: J. Young. Manager. J DeKeyser, D. Scott, S Aeschliman, B Scott, S. Franke, A. Pinkham, Coach Specketer.
K- .fling: A Lindsey. D Kurtenbach. J Murrell; Row 2 P Hynes. P Brown. D. Scott. K Ellis. J Weber. A Heller, Coach Specketer
After just two years of working as a team and just one year under the coaching of Coach Specketer. the girl's basketball team proved themselves as fine players through teamwork and talent. The result: Regional Championship and playing in the Sectional. Congratulations girls!!!!!
From left: K Parkhouse, T Pfab, L. Cox, E Denham, M Paternoga, B Baer, R Finck, B. Kelly, L. Loewen, D McWilliams, Coach On. Manager: D. Steffen.
“Close but no cigar” might be the slogan for this years’ basketball team. We lost 7 games by 5 points or less this season. Our major problem was our inability to shoot a consistent % for an entire ballgame. Our shooting percentage for the season was a meager 36%. We shot 40% or better for only four ballgames and won 3 of them. Some of the positive aspects of the season was our improve ment in the team defense and turnovers. We held our opponents to five fewer points per game than the year before and averaged fewer turnovers than our opponents this year. The boys worked hard during the season and were an enjoyable group to coach.
Landis Loewen; Co-Captain Guard Most Valuable Player, Second Team All Conference
Dave McWilliams: Co-Captain Guard - Best Free throw % Co Best Defensive Player
Ron Finck Brad Kelly
Forward Forward - Co Best Defensive
Center - Most Improved
Tracey Pfab Forward
Kneeling: J. Rieffel.C. Hinthorne, C. Dodson, J. Roberts, J. Rieffel, K Parkhouse; Row2 B Poole, R. Smoots. A. Denham. C MacMahill, M Clark, D. Pfister, C. Crump, S. Bergquist, Manager.
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Kneeling: D. Gates, S. Mool, D. Fletcher, D. Rhodes, T. Lush, B. Smith, J. Malcom, G. Stelter, D. Newkirk, R. Schieber; Standing: K. Witkowski, E. Friend, G Hudson,T. Elyea, R. Hunt, D. Schieber, P. Hynes, E. Charlett.T. Dambold.T. Andrews, D. Hunt, J. Porth, J. Franzen, M, Young, Coach Schroeder.
The El Paso wrestling team grappled their way to state wide recognition this season in finishing with a 17 2 dual meet record. In addition to this fine effort, they also won two tournaments: the Eureka 12 Tearn Tournament and the Gibson City Tourney. They also finished fifth in the predominantly large school Metamora Tournament.
The boys put up a valiant effort at the district while finishing second to Pontiac, losing by only four points. No other class A second place finished in all the districts in the STATE, scored as many points as El Paso. Seven boys advanced to sectionals and secured a fourth place finish for El Paso from 31 team entries. El Paso defeated 2 other District champions on the way to their fourth place finish. Joe Franzen placed second to advance to the State Tournament.
Joe placed second in State as a Junior at 105 and this year as a senior moved up to the 112 lb. class. Joe wrestled his way to the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP, pinning his opponent from Polo in the state final match. In doing so, he was chosen as one of the top 3 class A wrestlers in the entire state. Congratulations Joe!!!
Coach Schroeder and the wrestlers would like to thank everyone for their support during the season and at the State Tournament series. We hope for another fine year next year!!.
63JOE FRANZEN STATE CHAMPION 112 lbs.BOY’S TRACK
Sitting: L. Penha, B Kelly, S. Rhea. L. Loewen. P. Hynes, D. McWilliams, T Pfab; Row2: B. Roberts. R. Smoots, K Parkhouse.T Cleary, S. Morgan, D. Rhodes, B Copple, D. Newkirk, S Bergquist, J. Porth; Row3: Coach Rayner, L. Cox, A. Denham, G. Feeney. E. Friend, J. Carr, D. Ales, R. Finck, M. Seiver, J. Clements, S. Mool. D. Steffen. Manager.
Kneeling: C. Stiles, A Heller. S. Jones, R. Weber, P. Hynes, D. Kurtenbach, C. Anderson, A. Miller, Manager; Row 2: Coach Rayner. A. Vogel, J. DeKeyser, M. Bergquist, L. Dukes, B. Scott, S. Uphoff, D. Scott, K. Ellis, L. Riker, Coach Specketer.1982 Track Season Success Story
Boy’s set new record: 7TH STRAIGHT MIDSTATE CONFERENCE TITLE.
Patty Hynes, Sheila Jones, Amy Heller, Mara Bergquist State Qualifiers
Patty Hynes, Laura Dukes, Amy Heller, Mara Bergquist State Qualifiers
Editors: Stephanie Stine, Becky Crammond. Junior Editors: Lori Messer, Marilyn Bauman.
Left to Right: J. Benedict. B. Crammond, S. Stine, B. Feeney, S. Underwood, T. Andrews, L. Haas, L. Graber, L. Rogers, S. Vogel, T. Armstrong, R Wolf, L. Loewen, D. Harvey. P Malcom, D McWilliams.Seated: L. Rogers S. Stine, P. Rhea, B. Baer. Left to right, C. Stiles, sponsor. D Kurtenbach, L Riker, P Hynes. T. Martin, D. Zimmerman, E. Ellis, B. Stoller, S. Franke, L. Dukes, A. Vogel, T. Pfab, R. Weber. M. Fritz, G. Feeney. S. Clements. B. Kelly, L. Cox, L. Loewen, Not pictured: P. Hynes.
Stephanie Stine, President Peggy Rhea, Vice President Linda Rogers, Secretary Brenda Baer, Treasurer
First Row: P Rhea. President, D. Steffen. V President. P Hynes. Secretary. (Not shown) B Kelly. T reasurer. Second Row: L Haas. S Vogel. T. Armstrong, S. Underwood, B. Stoller, C. Gazelle. L. Hadden. D. Krug, Third Row: L. Rogers. L. Graber, B. Fever, B. Baer. R. Finck, J. Rogers, T. Pfab, J. Sutton, Fourth Row: D. Waller. D. Zimmerman. T. Martin. K Ellis, J. Holt, P Brown. D. Scott, T Mool, Fifth Row: J. Marshall. C. Stiles, S Jones, S. Trunnell, K. Waller. T Fuller.
Row 1: S. Vogel. S. Underwood. B. Feeney. D. Harvey. B. Crammond, Asst. Editor in-Chief, T Armstrong, Editor in-Chief, Row 2: J. DeKeyeser. T. Andrews. N. Folks. L. Graber, L. Rogers. D Zimmerman, Mrs. Besse, Sponsor, Row 3: T. Harshbarger, S. Schroeder, K Turner. P Brown, T. Fuller, K. Waller, Row 4: M. Kraft, S. Valentine. M. Cremer, L. Schroeder. D. Waller. K. Burtis, S Trunnell, Row 5: B Stoller, M. Fritz, J. Mitchell, B. Scott, R. Seggerman, R. Wolf.
Row 1: J. Delaney, Reporter, C. Stimpert, Secretary, J. Schertz, V. President, T. Ales, Sentinal, B. Attig, Treasurer, B. Schifferer, President, Mr Moens, Sponsor, Row2: S. Uphoff, J. Colburn. N. Aeshcliman. R. Callender, S. Mason. J. Clements. Row3: M Waller, R Fick, D. Pfister, D. Ales, T Lush, G. Mool, Row 4: B. Baer.T. Wilkey, S. Bergquist, B Copple.G. Schifferer, M. Terven, T. Colburn, Top Row: G. Morris, A. Patton, T. Cleary, B. Stoller.
Right to Left Myra Cramer. President. Diane Waller. Vice President. Sally T runnel. Secretary. Karen Burtis, T reasurer. Row 2: S. Schroeder. K. Turner, B. Crammond, K. Allen, H Nordine, E. Callender. K Waller. D. Krug, T. Mool. Row 3: L. Schroeder. B. Stoller, D. Harvey. D. Zimmerman
71MU ALPHA THETA
Pres: R. Wolf, V. Pres: P. Hynes, D. Trunnell. Sec, Tres.: S. Underwood; Second Row: K. Allen, D. Steffen, B. Fever, B 3aer, T. Pfab. A Fever, L. Graber, T. Armstrong, S. Vogel; Third Row: Sponsor: Mr. Rabbe, M. Waller, R. Finck, P. Rhea, L. Loewen, S. Stine, L. Haas, B Scott, D. Waller.
Pres: P Hynes, V. Pres: R Wolf, Sec: T. Armstrong. Tres: J. Rogers, Librarian: S. Rhea, Sponsor: Mrs. Neisler; Second Row: M Bauman, B. Fever. S. Underwood. S. Stine. B. Feeney. A. Fever. M Terven, D. Steffen; Third Row: D. Waller, B. Scott, M. Fritz, R Finck, L. Loewen, D. Trunnell. P Rhea, T Phab, B Baer. L. Cox. M Waller
Front Row left to right: S. Folks. K Waller. B Crammond. M Cremer. I Schroeder; Second row: Mrs Besse. Librarian; T Martin. D Zimmerman. T. Hoffman. D Trunnell, B. Taylor. J. Mitchell, S. Schroeder. T Harshbarger.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
First Row: B McGrane, S. Mool, G. Robbins. J Young. R Callendar. L Reynolds. B Smith, J Rieffel, R Kidd, B. Poole. Second Row: T. Marshall, L. Carey, M Meier, G. Morris. K. Bailey. R Haas, E. Denham, M Wallace, T. Trunnell, J. Rieffel, D. Meyers.
73NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Front Row: L. Rogers, S. Underwood, P Hynes. B. Kelly, R Finck, T Pfab, S. Stine. B Baer, P Rhea; Second Row: L Haas, D. Zimmerman, L. Riker, L. Loewen, P Hynes, D. Trunnell, R. Seggerman, D. Steffen, T Armstrong, B. Stoller, Mrs. Heck, advisor.
First Row: K. Parkhouse. T. Andrews, J. Franzen.T. Dambold, J. Porth, J Clements. M Young. J Malcom. B. Taylor; Second Row: L. Cox, D McWilliams, L. Loewen, S. Rhea. P. Hynes. T. Pinkham, B. Schifferer, E. Charlotte, K. Eichelberger.G. Hudson, D. Gates; Third Row: T. Wilkey, T. Pfab. R Finck, T. Elyea, D. Schieber, B. Baer. M. Paternoga, J. Schertz, J. Carr. M. Terven, A Patton, G. Schifferer.
Front Row: C. Anderson, Host sister, L. Penha, AFS student, C Hinshaw, Row2: M. Fritz, T. Armstrong, Treasurer, D. Harvey, President, B Crammond, Secretary, T. Baxter, Vice Pres., B. Scott, Row 3: L. Rogers, S. Underwood. A Heller. M Hall. K. Turner. L. Schroeder. J. Hanson, T. Fuller, S. Schroeder, Row4: Mrs. Christensen, Advisor. K Waller, C. Stiles, M. Cremer. B. Feeney. S. Gubitz, S. Trunnell. K. Ellis, Row 5: J. Weber, J. Colburn, G. Feeney, R. Seggerman, B Fever, D. Zimmerman, D Waller
I really don’t know how to write about my year in just a paragraph, I could write a book. I just want to say “I love you, my friends, and 1 hope to see some of you in Brazil and to make you welcome like I was here.”
Thank you for sharing this year with me. I’ll be in Brazil and caring very much about El Paso and friends here. See you later, I hope so!!!
First Row: T. Fuller, P Rhea, B Baer. A Aeschliman. Second Rcw: B. Scott. M Fritz, R Seggerman, T Armstrong.
First Row: P Brown, K Waller. S. Jones, S Uphoff, Second Row: S. Bergquist, N Aeschliman. Miss Rahn, Sponsor. T Lush. M Seiver.Office Girls
Mrs. Hocker, Sec., J. Young, J. Krug, B. Stoller, B. Feeney, S. Gazelle, M. Cremer, B. Crammond.
CooksEl Paso High School Concert Band
Row 1: Clarinets
Tom Marshall Janet Krug
Officers (Seated) S. Clements, President; J. Schertz, Vice President; Row Two: Class Representatives B Attig, Senior; J. Krug, Junior; A Patton, Soph.; A. Heller, Fresh.
Row 2: Saxophones John Schertz Christine Stiles Terry Malcome
Cornets Amy Heller Jimmy Young Andrew Patton Barb Scott
Row 3: Percussion Matt Young Kevin Witkowski Jackie Holt
Flutes Deb Scott Jane Colburn Melody Hudson Luis Penha
Baritone Eric Denham
Trombones Bruce Attig Scott Clements
Director Tim Calhoun
T. Brubaker, C. Scrivner, L. Owcarz, L. Dukes. T. Oliver, A. Vogel. R. Weber. A Heller. L Reynolds, T. Fuller, A Miller, S. Schroeder, M. Reeves, S. Franke, S. Stine, P. Malcom. M. Bailey, S. Underwood, L. Rogers. S. Vogel, D. Harvey, B. Scott, T. Breach, T. Fuller, S. Stimpert, C. Anderson, D. Kurtenbach, M. Baker, A. Fever, S. Voltz,S. Trunnel, J. Rogers, C. Marshall, L. Messer, J. Krug, B. Fever, L. Graber, L. Haas, P. Rhea, B Baer.
A Heller - Freshmen Rep . B Baer - Sports Chairman, S. Vogel - Pts Chairman, J. Krug - Junior Rep., P Rhea - Sports Chairman, L. Rogers President. L. Graber - Vice President. P. Malcom - Secretary, B. Fever - Treasurer. M Reeves - Pts. Chairman, L. Haas - Senior Rep.
79M. Kraft, H. Nordine, M. Shepard, J. Andrews, M. Bailey, T, Andrews.
M. Shepard, A Bridgeforth, M Bailey, S. Valentine, J. Valentine, M. Hall
80The Junior Class Presents
Cast and Crew
Director: Mike McGroarty Student Directors: Charlene Marshall and Janet Krug Prompters: Charlene Marshall and Janet Krug
Julie Young .... Carol Adams
Michelle Bailey ....
Sheila Heibenthal ..
Pam Page Mrs. Mason
Marilyn Bauman ... T rimmer
Dennis Steffen ....
First Row: M Bailey. M Baker. B Lush.T Carey, M Reeves. B. Baer.S. Underwood. B Feeney.R Seggerman. S. Clements. G Feeney. K Bailey, J. Mitchell. J. Krug. D. Harvey. L. Schroeder. J Andrews. D. Lovings. J. Sutton. A. Miller. T. Oliver. Second Row: K Allen. L Rogers. C. Stiles, A. Patton, D. Weakley. T. Armstrong, D. Fletcher, B. Poole, D. Newkirk, S. Mool. R. Schieber, D. Rhodes, E. Alexander, C. Marshall, M Vandegraft, J. Rogers, J. Marshall, T. Mool, D. Kurtenbach, B. Fever, M Musick. Director. Third Row: D. Zimmerman, T Harshbarger, K. Turner, L. Hadden. M. Pfister. R. Callender. B. Stoller. C Dodson, T. Evans. K. Witkowski. M. Seiver, T Elyea, S. Morgan, T. Dambold, K Parkhouse. A. Vogel. M Hall.S. Heibenthal, L Riker, M. Bauman. S. Volz. L. Jording, A Heller, Fourth Row: C Anderson, S Schroeder, L. Dukes. R Weber. A. Fever, S. Franke. D. Schieber, T Pmkham. D Farrell. T Andrews, D. McWilliams. M Clark, A Denham, K Wolf. K Ellis, S. Stimpert, S. Uphoff. D Krug, K Smith. P. Rhea. S. Stine. L. MesserMadrigals
Left to Right: K Smith. T Andrews. K Parkhouse. J Krug. M Pfister. S. Clements. A Patton. B Baer. M Reeves. K Wolf. B Stoller. S. Stine, D. Lovings, R Seggerman. J Mitchell.
First Row: S. Underwood, A Miller, J. Sutton: Second Row: B. Baer, S. Stine. B Feeney, M. Reeves. K. Smith. L Riker; Third Row: G. Feeney. K Wolf. A Patton, B. Stoller. Fourth Row: K. Parkhouse. T. Dambold, T Andrews. D. Weakley, S. Clements.FRESHMAN SWING CHOIR
Seated: C Stiles, B Lush. L. Dukes. T. Carey, A Vogel. R Weber. A Heller. Standing: B Poole. K Bailey. S Morgan. D Rhodes. C. Dodson.
D. Newkirk, G. Feeney.
Agricultural: John Schertz Girls P.E.: Patty Malcom
Art: Mara Bergquist Boys P.E.: Skip Rhea
Business: Brenda Stoller Choral Music Awards: Shelly Underwood Todd Baxter
English: Stephanie Stine and Landis Loewen Anon (Band): Scott Clements
Foreign Language: Patty Hynes John Philips Sousa: Scott Clements
Math: Tammy Armstrong Marines Band Award: John Schertz, Scott Clements. Bruce Attig
Science: Pete Hynes Todd Skolek Memorial: Landis Loewen
Social Studies: Patty Malcom
Doug Gates Ray Haas
Luiz Penha Tracey Pfab (3)
John Schertz Shawn Bergquist
Patty Hynes Theresa Carey
Delores Krug Jeffery Clements
Tom Marshall Kraig Crump
Andy Patton (2) Laura Dukes
Michelle Schroeder (2) Lenette Hadden
Juliene Valentine (2) Cory Hint home
Mark Wallace Melody Hudson
Donna Zimmerman Nelson Kaupp
Karen Allen Richard Kidd
Jeff Armstrong Jim Rieffel
Brad Baer(2) Rodney Smoots
Elaine Callender (2) Marisa Vandegraft
Ron Finck (3) Greg Ward
VALEDICTORIAN L. Loewen SALUTATORIAN T Baxter DAR: Tammy ArmstrongTHE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS
“ THE MATCHMAKE”
Director: Carol Stiles Student Directors: Scott Clements and Tammy Armstrong Prompters: Lori Haas and Sheila Vogel
Ron Seggerman... Horace Vandergelder
Steph Stine ................Dolly Levi
Mike Fritz........Cornelius Hackl
Ron Wolf..........Barnaby Tucker
Patty Malcom ...............Irene Malloy
Shelly Underwood...........Minnie Fay
Pete Hynes........Ambrose Kemper
Kay Smith .............Ermengarde
Todd Hayslette......Malachi Stack
Becki Feeney......Miss VanHeuson
Lisa Haines .............Gertrude
8519 THROUGH THE YEARS 82
Queen L. Haas, KingS. Rhea, S. Stine, K. Eichelberger, T. Harroun, R. Seggerman, L. Graber, R. Wolf, L. Rogers, L. Loewen.
86THE BEST OF TIMES:
It was 8:00 A M on a hot and cloudy May 25th when approxi mately 25 energetic seniors and 2 fun-loving sponsors climbed anxiously aboard the old school bus. This was IT: the much awaited SENIOR TRIP. Though the number of seniors was few and the destination wasn’t exactly Marriot’s or Indiana Beach, they were all determined to have a great day. After a pit stop to stock up on coolers, junk food, and gum, they were off to the big Comlara Park to spend the day in the sun - what sun there was. A few cracked beams, snake hunts, homeruns, and wet bodies later, approxi mately 25 worn out seniors and 2 tired sponsors climbed aboard the same old school bus not looking forward to the bumpy 15 minute ride they had ahead of them. But all of them would agree, it was worth it.
BACCALAUREATE Sunday, May 23,1982 at 8:00 in Centennial Gym
Selection sung by chorus: "All the World”
Speaker: Reverend Blumerfeld
Senior Breakfast: Thursday, May 27. 1982 Lake Bloomington’s Davis Lodge was the site of the Senior Break fast As could be expected from the Class of ’82, since there would be food, we achieved a near perfect attendance. The mothers
prepared the delicious meal which consisted of ham. scrambled eggs, donuts, and the dreaded "brown” sausage eggs. Within min utes the food, whether eaten or thrown, was totally gone. Becki Feeney, Mike Fritz and Ron Seggerman presented the awards to the class to distinguish certain traits of some of the seniors, then we told something about the person seated on our right After all was said and done, we parted, but only until the next night that we’d all waited so long for.
GRADUATION: Friday, May 28, 1982
Originally planned to be an outdoors ceremony, the decision to hold graduation in the gym was a wise one. The gym was packed as we began the processional, and though conditions were hot and sticky, the program began on schedule.
Class Welcome: Todd Baxter Best of Times: Ron Wolf Class Farewell: Landis Loewen Legion Awards: Landis Loewen Steph Stine Runner up: Ron Seggerman Runner up. Lori Haas
8890THE FEW, THE PROUD, THE CLASS OF 1982AUTOGRAPHS
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