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

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THE ELPASO HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED EIGHTY THREE PRESENTS “THE COMETEER”TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY 5 SENIORS 11 JUNIORS 25 SOPHOMORES 29 FRESHMEN 35 ACTIVITIES 37 GRADUATION 86 2-n ►-}c r czz Left to rif ht. Row I L Messer. C Marshall S Trunnel. C Stimpert. S Franke. I) Schiei er. 1. Jording. S Volz. N Clark. J Delaney. I . Armstrong Row2: D. Steffen. J Krug. A. Fever. B Baer. J Rogers.T. Pfab.J. Sutton. J. Porth.E. Denham. B Kelly. T Dambold. J. Garrels. S Aeschliman. M. Baumann 3 Left to right. Junior Editors: Donna Zimmerman. Lori Riker. Editors: Marilyn Baumann, and Lori MesserF A C U L T Y A N D A D M I N I S T R A T I O N 4Mrs. Hubbard - Secretary to Mr. Porter Mrs. Simpson - Secretary to Mr. Porter Conrad Porter -Superintendent Ann Hocker - Secretary 5Miss Kahle - Health Mr. Kramme - H'tslory Mr. Marshall • Building Trades Mrs. Musick • ChorusMr. Orr - Driver s Ed Miss Rahn - Special Ed Mr Rabbe - Chemistry Mr Rayner - Science Mr. Schroeder - Physical Ed Mrs. Scott - Math 8Mr. Scranton - Shop Miss Specketer - Phys. Ed. Miss Smitley - English Mrs. Stiles - English Mr. Wolf - Business Miss Ward - Math 9E R S 11Seniors STEPHANIE AESCHLIMAN Let men say whatever they will—Woman, woman, rules them still. Volleyball 1.4; Basketball 1.2. 3.4; Track 2; Spanish Club 1.2.3. EPRA 1.2.3; I lomecom-ing Attendant 3; MVP Basketball 3.4; Most Improved Basketball 1; Most Improved Volleyball 4; APS 3 Ambition: College KAREN ANN ALLEN Be patient. God isn't finished with me yet. PH A 1.2.3.4; Program Chairman 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4; Chorus 1.2.3.4: Sr Play Prompter; Soc. of Distinguished Amer. H S. Students 2.3.4; Chorus Robes3.4; Home Ec. Honor Student 2; Student of the Month-Oct. 4; Perfect Attendance 3.4; Scholarship Award 3; Who s Who Among Amer H S. Students 3.4 Ambition: ICC Concordia River Porest-Business Administration TIMOTHY WAYNE ANDREWS Poetry makes you remem-l er what you never knew you knew Wrestling 1.2.3.4; Chorus 1.2. 3.4; Senior Play. E Club2.3.4 Ambition: College FRANKLIN DREW ARMSTRONG Now that the old lion is dead, every ass thinks he may kick at him Ind. Arts2.3.4; Chess Club I; Wrestling 1,2; Football Mgr. I; Building Trades 3.4 Ambition: Undecided JEFFREY LEE ARMSTRONG I came here with nothing; I leave with even less. Football 1.2. E Club 2 Ambition: Be my own boss BRADLEY KEITH BAER "A closed mouth goes well with an open mind E Club 3.4; PFA 2.3.4. Treas. 4. Jr Play; Sr Play; Football I; Basketball 1.2.3.4. Capt 4. Best Defense 4 Ambition: College, farm BRENDA KAY BAER I d rather be the best me I can be. than just a copy of someone else Cheerleading 1.2.3.4. Co-Capt 3.4; Volleyball 2.3.4; Student Council 2.3.4. Treas. 3. V Pres 4; NHS 2.3.4 Mu Alpha Theta 3.4. Sec. 4; Math Contest 1.2; Scholastic Bowl 3.4. Capt. 4 Computer Club 3.4. Spanish Club 1.2.3. 4; Chorus 1.2.3.4. Pres. 4; Honors Choir 1.2.3.4; Madrigals 2.3.4. ; Swing Choir 2.3.4; Class Sec.2.3; EPRA 1.2.3.4. Sports Chair.2.Jr Rep.3. V-Pres. 4. Jr Play;Sr Play; Homecoming Attendant 2.4. Annual Staff 4, Who's Who Among Amer H.S. Students; Girls State Delegate; Valentine Sweetheart 4. III. State Scholar; Valedictorian. Ambition: University of Illinois-Business MICHELE ELAINE BAILEY Be who you are. not who everyone else wants you to be Chorus 1.2.3.4. Secretary 4; EPRA 1.2.3.4; Play3.4; Robes 3.4; Track 2; Pom Pon 3. Co-Capt 4. Flag Corp 2.3. Ambition: The Medical Field 12MARILYN KAY BAUMANN If hard work is the key to success-most people would rather pick the lock Chorus 1.2.3.4; Computer Club 3.4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Junior Editor; Yearbook Editor; Annual Staff 3.4; Office Girl 4: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Track 1.2. Ambition I S.U-Law Enforcement MARA LYNN BERGQUIST Art is power! Spanish Club I; EPRA I; Basketball 1. Art Club I; Track 1.2.3.4. M VP Soph Yr Most Points Track. Jr. Yr.. Most Improved Ambition: Western-Art KAREN REBECCA BURTIS God bless thy year, thy coming. thy going out. thy rest, thy travel about, the rough, the smooth, the bright, the dear: God bless thy Senior Year. Chorus 1.2.3.4; Rifle Corp 4; EH A 2.3; Program Chairman 3; Newspaper 3; Art Club 4 Ambition: IAA. ICC LARRY EUGENE CAREY I feel like a fugitive from the law of averages Industrial Arts 1.2.3; Audio Visual Aide 3.4; Library Club 3.4 Ambition: U S. Army or truck driver ERIC LEE CHARLETT Another person s secret is like another person s money; you are not as careful with it as your own. E Club 3.4; Wrestling 1.3.4. Building Trades 3.4. Junior Play; Annual Staff Ambition: College NICHOLAS C. CLARK God didn t create the world in seven days, he rested for six. then pulled an all-nighter!!! E Club 1.2.3.4 Football 1.2.3. 4; Track I; Basketball 1.2.4; Football Tri-Capt 4; Freshman Class Officer. V-Pres Ambition: Junior College, work ELAINE MARIE CALLENDER True nobility comes of the gentle heart I HA3.4; Newspaper Staff 4. Junior Play; Senior Play Ambition: Secretary THOMAS EUGENE CLEARY Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely. FFA 1.2.3.4; Sentinel 4; Football 1.4. Basketball 4; Track 3.4; EClub 3.4 Ambition: College. F'arming 13JEFFREY I) CLEMENTS There are two things to aim at in life. First, to get what you want: and after that, to enjoy it. Only the wise of mankind achieve the second. Football 1,2,3.4; Chorus 1.2. E Club 1.2: Industrial Arts 1.2. Ambition: Undecided JODI LYNNE DEKEYSER Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Newspaper 1.2.3; Art Award 2; Track 1.2.3.4. Most Pts Field 1.2.3; Volleyball 1.2.3.4. MVP 3.4; basketball 1.2.3.4. Most Aggressive Award 1.2; Sr Play. Student Director. Ambiton: College Commercial Art THOMAS LEE COLBURN There s only one true love, but a thousand imitations. FFA 1.2.3; Junior Play: Football 4; Industrial Arts2; Band 1; E Club 4 Ambition: Farming. College JOHN DAVID DELANEY Life is like a bank account, you get out of it what you put in it. FFA 1.2.3.4. Reporter 3. Vice Pres. 4; Junior Play: Senior Play; Building Trades 3.4 Ambition: Farming. Flying LYNN ALAN COX Some people are too tired to give a smile, give them one of yours as no one needs a smile so much as he who has none to give. E Club 2.3.4; Student Council 2.3.4; Track 2.3; Basketball 2.3.4; Football 1.3.4. Best Def Back 4; Computer Club 3.4; Spanish Club2.4. Homecoming court 1; Senior Play. Ambition: I.S.U. Golf Professional. TROY ALBERT DAMBOLD Fly and you will catch the wind; dream and you will reach your goal. Chorus 1.2.3.4; Football 1,2.3. 4. Wrestling 1.2.3.4; E Club 1.2,3.4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Swing Choir 3.4; Senior Prom Court Ambition: Undecided ERICA. DENHAM Little is the luck I ve had. and oh his comfort small, to think that many another lad. has had no luck at all. Basketball 1.2.3.4; Band 1.2.3. 4; Pep Band 1.2.3.4; Industrial Arts 2.3.4; Jr Play. Sr Play. Ambition: Military DOUGLAS ALLEN DIXON Learning comes, but wisdom lingers. Transfer 2; FFA 2.A.V.C.3; LA. 4. Ambition: Career in Service 14 TIMOTHY I) ELYEA Never try to make anyone like yourself • you know, and God knows that one of you is enough Football 1.2.3,4. Most Honorable Mention All-Conference 4. Best Offensive Lineman; E Club 2.3.4; Wrestling 2.3.4. Co-Capt 4. Most Improved 4; Industrial Arts Club 1.2: Chess Club 1.2; Men s Chorus 1.2.3.4; Honor s Choir 2.3. 4; Jr. Play; Prom Court 4 Ambition; Marines JAMES F REDERIC EVANS I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. Industrial Arts 1.2.3. Ambition: Air Force; security trainingand raise a family DANETTE MARI BETH FEVER You never got the second chance to make your first impression Volleyball 1.2.3. Most Improved 2; Spanish Club 1.2.3. 4; AFS 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4; Computer Club 3.4; EPRA 1,2.3.4. Rep. I. Sports Chair. 2. Treas. 3. Pres. 4; Chorus 1.2.3; Sr Play. Sr. Class Officer-Sec : Jr Play. Ambition: Secretarial Work DANIELLE MARIANNE FEVER Yesterday belongs to history, tomorrow be longs to God; only today l e longs to us. ERPA 1.2.3.4. Rep 4; Chorus 1.2.3; Computer Club 3.4. Mu Alpha Theta 3.4; Who s Who Among Amer. High School Students 4 Ambition: Nurse (BSN) RONALD EUGENE FINCK Even if you re on the right track, you II get run over if you just sit there Basketball 2.3.4. Cap! 4: F'ootball 4: T rack 3.4; EClub 3.4; Mu Alpha Theta3.4; NHS 2,3,4. Sec Treas. 4; Compu-terClub3.4. V-Pres 4:Spanish Club 2.3.4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Whos Who Among Amer. HS Students; Prom Court; Annual Staff Ambition: College, electronics SANDRA LYNN FRANKE What we see depends mainly on what we look for. Chorus 1.2.3.4, Secretary 3.4; EPRA 1.2.34. Rep 2; Bas ketball 1.2.3.4; Computer Club 4; Class Officer 3. Vice President. Class Officer 4. President: Jr. Play; Sr. Play: Annual Staff Ambition: Parkland College. Champaign JOHN CARL GARRELS Its better to have played Basketball and lost than to have wrestled at all. Basketball 4; F'ootball I; Industrial Arts 2.3.4: E Club 4; Building Trades 3.4 Ambition: College, work JEFF REY ERIC HAAS It s better to have wrestled and lost than to have played Basketball. Chorus 1.2; F'ootball 1.2.4; Wrestling 1.2.3.4; EClub 1.2.3. 4. Ambition: College 15RAYMOND LEROY HAAS If I cannot do great things. Ill do small things in a great way. 50-Mile Swim Club 2.3; EPRA 1.2.3; Industrial Arts 2.3.4. Treasurer 2; President 3.4; Building Trades. Ambition: College or work SHEILA DIANE HEIBENTHAL But seek ye first the kingdom of God. and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added into you. Matthew' 6:33 Chorus 1.2.3.4. Secretary' 3; Madrigals 4; Volleyball 1.2.3; Cheerleading 1.2.3; Junior Play; EPRA 1.2.3, Ambition: Housewife TERESA R HOFFMAN Friends are flowers in the garden of life so savour every moment. Cheerleading 2; Chorus 1.2.3.4; Newspaper Staff 4 Ambition: Interpretation for the Deaf CINDY SUE JACKSON Half the world is composed of people who have something to say and can t, and the other half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it. Sr. Play; Chorus 4; Newspaper Staff 4 Ambition: College. Law School (lawyer), married, children LYNNE DENISE JANSSEN Get over the idea that only children should spend their time in study, lie a student so long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life. Girls Basketball; FHA; Spanish Club 1; Senior Play; Chorus 4 Ambition: Southern Illinois University - Medical Secretary. LISA ANN JORDING ' You only live once, but if you work it right, once is enough Chorus 1.2.3.4; Class Officer 2.3 Treas ; Track 1; Sr Play; Chorus Officer 4. Treas Ambition: College. Be successful and happy. BRAD ALAN KELLY Never say anything that won t improve on silence. Football 1.2.3.4. All-Conf. All-State L.B ; Basketball 1.2.3; Wrestling 4; Track 1.2.3.4. MVP 4; Football Tri-Capt 4; Annual Staff 4; NHS 2.3.4. Pres 3.4. Student Council 1.2.3.4. Spanish Club 2.3.4. Treas. 3.4; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4. V-Pres 4; Computer Club 3.4. V-Pres 4. Math Contest 12: Homecoming Att. 4; E Club 2.3.4; AFS 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Jr Play; Sr. Play, Chess Club 2; Boy s State; Who s Who Among HS Students. Illinois Scholar. Ambition: Western Illinois University, to be happy SHERRI LYNN KRAFT We ve shared many todays, talked about our yesterdays and will continue to look into the dreams of tomorrow. Junior Play; 30-Mile Swim Club 1; Track 1 Ambition: College 16TERRY L MALCOME Don’t part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist but you have ceased to live. Band 1.2.3.4; Senior Band Rep; FFA 2 years; News paper Staff I yr. Ambition: Welding JANET MARIK KRUG A friend is to ! e taken with his faults. Chorus 1.2.3.4. Vice President 4 Madrigals 3.4. Sw ing Choir 4 Band 1.23.4 President 4. AFS 3.4. President 4 Senior Class Treas . I .PRA 1.2.34. Junior Play. Student Director; Senior Play Ambition Housewife CHARLENEJ MARSHALL That which you think and visualize today becomes that which you are tomorrow. Cheerleading 1.2.3.4. Capt. 2.3.4; EPRA 1.2.3.4 Spanish Club 1.4. Chorus 1.2.3. Treas. 3; Jr Play Student Director. Sr. Play; Annual Staff; Prom Court. Ambition: Illinois State University!!! DENA LOUISE LOVIN'GS Nothing makes you wonder what you said more than having someone tell you what they heard Chorus 1.2.3.4 Madrigals3.4 Ambition: Computer Programmer - Service Air Force. Getting married in 83' LARRY L MALCOME If a man follows closely in the footsteps of an illustrious father, he is likely to become a pale imitation; if he breaks a new trail, he may get lost in the oblivion. FFA 2; Band 4; IHSA 4; IMEA District Rep 3. Rep 1; AVC; Auto Mech. I. Ambition: Musical instrument tech. MICHAEL JAMES MEIR There is nothing permanent except change Industrial Arts 2.3. Vice President 3. Ambition: Unknown LORA LYNN MESSER When friends are together. It's always summer in the heart Cheerleading 1.2.3.4. Capt. 4; Track 12. MVP 2. Most Pts Track 2; Jr. Editor. Yearbook Editor. EPRA 1.2.3.4. EPRA Board 2.4. Pts Chair 2.4; Annual Staff 3.4; Spanish Club 4; Concert Band 12. Pep Band 12. Marching Band 1.2.3; Chorus 1.2.3; Jr Play; Sr Play; Sr Prom Court Ambition: Illinois State University!!! PAMELA LYNN PAGE “Don't expect anything out of life and you won t be disappointed. Spanish Club 1.2. Ambition 4-Yr. College. Career in Fashion MerchandisingTRACEY JOHN PFAB Efficiency is intelligent laziness. Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1. 3.4; Track 1.2.3.4; Student Coun. 1.2.3.4; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4. Pres 4; E Club 2,3.4; Jr. Play: Sr Play: Math Contest 1.2; NHS 2.3.4. V-Pres. 3.4; Computer Club 3.4; Librarian 4; Class Treas. 1; Football Capt 4. MVP 4. Best Off Back 4. Homecoming Att. 2. Homecoming King 4; BAR Award 4; Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1; Pep Band 1; Newspaper Staff 4; AES4; Spanish Club 2,3.4; Annual Staff 4; Who s Who Among HS Students; All-Conf Running Back 4. Hon. Men Def. Back 4; III. St. Scholar. Valedictorian. Ambition; BusinessorComputer Science. University of Illinois. MARY ELIZABETH PFISTER You know what you are? You are what you is. You are what you am. A cow don t make ham. You ain't what you re not. so see what you got. You are what you is and that's all it tis. EPRA 1.2: Band 1.2.4; Chorus 1.2.3: Madrigals 2.3; Swing Choir 1; Art 2; Independent Study 3.4; Building Trades 3.4 (first girl); Midterm graduate. Ambition: College. Art AMY ELIZABETH PINKHAM Cherished moments are to treasure. Spanish Club 1; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Track 1; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4; AES 3; Computer Club 3. Ambition; College JEFFREY SCOTT PORTH If you don t say it. they can t repeat it. Wrestling 1.2.3.4; Track 1.2.3. 4; E Club 12.3.4; Annual Staff. Ambition: College. Be successful. MARY ELIZABETH REEVES We need to learn to set our courses by the stars, not by the light of every passing ship. Chorus 1.2.3.4; Swing Choir 1.2.3.4; Madrigals 3.4; EPRA 1.2.3.4; Spanish Club 4; Jr. Play; Sr Play. Stage Mgr Ambition: College. Secretary LARRYJ REYNOLDS You will not see the obstacles of life, if you keep your eyes on the goal. Football 4; Basketball 1.2; Industrial Arts 12.3; Chess Club 1.2; E Club 4; Building Trades 3.4; EPRA 3. Ambition: Work. College, or Military MARGARET ELLENE RHEA If we are leaders, then we have responsibilities to fulfill; if we fulfill our responsibilities then we are leaders. Student Coun. 1.2.3.4. Rep I. Sen -at-Large 2. V-Pres. 3. Pres 4; Class Off-Pres 1.2.3. V Pres 4; Chorus 1.2.3 4. V-Pres. 4; Honor's Choir 2.3.4: NHS 2.3.4; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4. Treas. 4; Math Contest 1. 2; Spanish Club 12.3.4. V-Pres 2. Pres 3; EPRA 1.2.3 4. Sports Chair. 3; Volleyball 1. 2.3.4; MEP3; Computer Club 3.4; Sc hoi. Bowl 3.4; Whos Who Among HS Students. Jr. Play; Sr Play; Jr. Marshall; Homecoming Queen; Homecoming Att. I;Student of the Month-Sept. Ambition: U. of I.; PhD in l sychology BRAD SCOTT ROBERTS The race is not always to the swift, but to those who keep running. Track 1.2.3.4; EPRA 1.2.3; A VC Mech. 3; Indust. Cooperative Ed 4; 50-Mile Swim Club 2.3; EPRA 1; 1st Place Bowling. Ambition: Diesel Mechanic 18JOY MARIK ROGERS Learn as if you were to live forever; live as if you were to die tomorrow Chorus 1.2.3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Computer Club 3.4. Treas. 3; Spanish Club 2 3.4; Cheerleader 1.2.3.4. Co-Capt 4; EPRA 1.2.3; Track 1; Whoa Who Among High School Students. Ambition: 111 i nois State University”! DARWIN K. SCHIEBER It is better to have WRESTLED and lost than to have played basketball Eootball 1.2.3.4 Wrestling 1.2.3.4; Chorus 2.3.4; Industrial Arts Club 4; E Club 2.3,4; Building Trades 3.4; Senior Play Ambition: Work LORI JO SCOTT Without love and laughter there is no joy. Newspaper Staff I; Spanish Club 1; AES 1 Ambition: College. Accountant DENNIS WILLIAM STEFFEN Why is it most people want the front of the bus. the back of the church, and the middle of the road. Basketball Mgr. 1.2.3.4; Eootball Mgr I; Track Mgr. 3.4; Class Sec. I; Spanish Club 1.2.3.3. V Pres 3.4; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4. V-Pres. 4; Computer Club 3.4. Pres 4; NHS3.4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff. AES 4 Jr. Play; Sr Play; Who’s Who; Marching Band 1; Concert Band I; Pep Band I; Jazz Band I; Math Contest 12. Ambition: ISU Business or Computer Science CRAIG STIMPKRT I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world You may not know who I am or what I mean, but I shall be good health to you nevertheless EEA 1.2.3.4. Reporter 2. Sec. 3. Pres. 4; Outstanding Freshman; Star Chapter Farmer Sec. 9 Public Speaking Winner. Schol. Bowl 1.2.3.4; Band I; Whos Who; Soc. of Distinguished Amer. HS Students; Sr. Play; Voice of Democracy. Ambition: To be a leader and not a follower. JULIE DIANE SUTTON Love is too precious to ever be lost. Chorus 1.2.3.4; Swing Choir 1.3.4; EPRA 1.2.3; Track 1.2; Cheerleading 1.2.3.4. Co-Capt 3; Spanish Club 2.3.4; Junior Play. Ambition: Illinois State University”!! SALLY JO TRUNNELL Hope for the best, be prepared for the worst, and take what comes with a smile. Chorus 1; Flag Corp 2; EPRA 1.2.3.4; r50-Mile Swim Club 1.2.3.4; AES 3.4; Spanish Club 2.3.4; EH A 1.2.3. Sec Treas. 3. Pres 4; Newspaper Staff 3.4; Track I; Basketball 1 Ambition: Executive Business Secretary 19CAROL SUE VOLZ Love doesn I make the world go round. Love makes the ride worthwhile. Chorus 1.2.3.4; EPRA 1.2.3; Senior Play Stage Crew 4; Swim Club 1; Annual Staff 4. Ambition; College DIANA SUE WALLER Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened, but go on in fortune or in misfortune at their own private pace like the ticking of a clock during a thunderstorm. KM A 2.3. Vice President. 4; Chorus 1.2; Spanish Club 2.5.4. Sec 4; A I S 3.4; Scholastic Bowl I; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Computer Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3.4 Ambition: U of I. Occupational Therapy MICHAEL WAYNE WALLER You cannot teach a person anything. You must help them find the knowledge within themselves. FFA 1.2.3; Scholastic Bowl 2.3; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4; Math Contest 1.2 Ambition: Devry Institute of Technology of Computer Science JULIE ANN YOUNG And whatever you do. do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men. Col. 3:23 Track I. Band 1. Bsketball Mgr 3; Mid-term Graduate Ambition: College Not Pictured: JERRY SIZEMORE CAROL SIZEMORE 20“Joe” Awards Joe Golfer .Lynn Cox Joe Basketball .Ron Finck Joe Wrestling .Jeff Haas Joe Football .Tracey Pfab Joe Cheerleader .Julie Sutton Joe Stud . Lynn Cox Joe Flirt .Joy Rogers Joe Accounting .Ann Fever Joe Hyper .Tim Elyea Joe Smiles • Peggy Rhea Joe Clutz .Sandee Franke Joe Spaz .Steph Aeschliman Joe Blush . Beth Fever Joe Preppy . Brenda Baer Joe Betty Crocker .Sally Trunnell Joe Non-Athlete .Craig Stimpert Joe Shy . Elaine Callender Joe Legs .Tom Colburn Joe Successful .Brad Kelly Joe Lover .Troy Dambold Joe Skippers. Troy Dambold, Nick Clark, Jeff Clements Most likely to build a house on a lily pad . Dennis Steffen Most likely to buy six houses just because they were on sale.Tom Cleary Most likely to own a banana plantation . Most likely to write a Harlequin Romance Most likely to be married and divorced six times Nick Clark 212223Class of 1983 rr M25Junior Class NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Aeschliman. Amy Anderson, Charlotte Armstrong. Tom Baker, Michelle Brown. Pam Burtis. Julie Campbell, James Carr, James Clark. Mike Denham. Andy Dewitt. Michelle Ellis. Kristy Eskridge. Holly Pick. Robin Fletcher. Doug Forrester. Terry Friend. Ed F.vans Folks. Sandy Hall. Marcia Hamilton. Andy Hany. Curt Harshbarger. Dan Harshbarger. Theresa Hasty. Terry Hinthorne. Ray Hudson. Charmaine Hunt. David Hynes. Patty Kraft, Misty Krug. Delores Kurtenl ach. Dee Lovings. Kenneth l.ovings. Robbin Malcom. Jeff Marshall. Tom Martin. Tina Meiers. Jeff Millers. Angela Miller. Dale Moo I. T racy Morris. Greg Murrell. Janet 26Murrell. Jeanette Murrell. John Page. Rob Parkhouse. Kevin Patton. Andy Ridgeway. Dorothy Riker. Lori Roberts. James Schmitt. George Schieber. Roland Schroeder, Shelly Scott. Debra Shepard. Marla Smith, Brad Stimpert. Sonja Stoller. Brian Taylor, Richard Turner. Kelly Valentine. Julienne Waller. Kelly Wilkey. Troy Wilson. Dan Wolf. Kerry Young. Matt 27Sophomores NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Aeschliman, Nick Ales. Don Alexander. Ld Andrews. Jackie Bailey. Kevin Bergquist, Shawn Bigger. Mike Brubaker. Tina Callender. Roger Carey. Theresa Clements. Jeff Colburn. Jane Copple. Brian Crump. Kraig Dodson. Chris Dukes. Laura Feeney, Greg Fuller. Traci Hadden. Lenette Harrold. Tina Heller, Amy Hinshaw, Candy Hinthorne. Cory Hudson. Melody Jones. Sheila Joice. Kim Kaupp. Nelson Kidd. Richard Lindsey. Ann Lush. Barb Lush. Tony Malcome. Deb Marshall. June Mason. Steve McGrane. Robert Moot. Greg Mool. Scott Morgan. Scott Murrell. Tina Myers. Dennis Newkirk. Dan Oliver. Tina 30Owcarz. Laura Pfister. Dave Poole. Brian Rhodes. Dave Rieffel. Jim Rieffel. Jeff Robbins. Gary Roth. Debra Scrivner. Crystal Seiver. Mark Sennott. Mark Smoots. Rod Stiles. Chris Trunnell. Thomas (Jphoff. Susan Vandegraft. Marisa Vogel. Ann Waller. Russel Ward. Greg Weber. Jamie Weber. Renee Welty. Patty West. Deb NO PHOTO AVAILABLE West. Mike Witkowski. Kevin Young. Jim Luttrell. Jean (no pic) Shaw. Ed (no pic) Hamilton. Lisa (no pic) Casner. Diana (no pic) 31F R E S H M E N C L A S S 0 F Left to right. Front: K Wolf. Treasurer. K Parkhouse. Secretary Back J. Scheuermann. President; Advisors. S. Schroeder. A. Christensen. T. Supan. Vice President. 1 c E R S 33Freshmen Arnold, Rhonda Attig. Jim Attig. Kim Aufmuth, Kim Baker, Sandra Bergquist. Kami Blackmore. Katie Buck. David Burt is. Carol Canull. Bobby Cleary. Susan Clements. Todd Dambold. Angela Downen. Donna l .dgecomb. Brian Kvans. Janice Graham. Michelle Grubb. Brenda Gubitz. Tim Maas. Michelle Haines. Brian Haines. Vicki Hall. Tony Hanson. Rhonda Hickey. Tony Hoggins. Bryan Hudson, Ken Kelley. Rick Mann. Troy Messer. Larry Miller. Lisa Mitchell. Tina Moor. Tom Noonan. Ken Orns. Janice Parkhouse. Kathy Patton. Bob Perry. Janice Pinkham. Dan Ramsey. Clint Ridgeway. Glenda Scheuermann. Jenni 34Sizemore. Daniel Schertz. Man Smith. Belinda. Sparrow, Steve Stine. Dave Sturm. Steve Sturm. Scott Supan. Tim Tegard. Troy Tipler. Karen Waller, Roger West. Colleen 3537 ( Pi ■" H H O ! “El Paso Comets” Football Left to right. Row 1: N Clark.J Clements. D.Schieber. T. Pfab. T Flyea. E. Friend. B. Kelly. L. Cox.T. Cleary. R Finck. Row2 B Patton. T Dambold. B. Smith. L. Reynolds. D. Fletcher. T Armstrong. C. Haney.T Colburn..J Haas. R Page. A, Patton Row 3: J. Rieffel, J Carr,T Wilkey. K Parkhouse. B Stoller. D. Hunt.M. Young. D Miller. C Dodson.S. Morgan. Row4: G Feeney.G Mool.S.Mool. R Smoots. D Newkirk.S. Bergquist. D. Ales. B Poole. J Young Row5: CoachOrr.CoachSchroeder.J Rieffel. M Bigger. D. Rhodes. T Lush. K Bailey. M Seiver. Coach Rayner Coaches Comments The 1982 Comets got off to an even break with Non-Conference opponents, winning one and losing one. The next three weeks the Comets won three in a row and then slumped on the next three opponents, and finally won their last game for another winning season. This year s Seniors won 20 while losing 9 in their 3 years on the varsity. They will leave a void on next year steam that will be hard to fill. Their outstanding leadership and abilities made them an excellent team to coach, and my congratulations and best wishes to them as they start their college careers. Coach Rayner and staff Regular Season FI Paso 0 Eureka 12 FI Paso 25 •Woodland 13 FI Paso 40 Leroy 0 FI Paso ft •MDR 0 F.I Paso 2fi Dee Mack 0 FI Paso 8 'Flanagan 24 FI Paso 0 •Grid ley 33 FI Paso 0 •Lexington 10 FI Paso 20 •Chenoa ft 38Left to right. Row 1 M.Seiver. R Smoots. I) Newkirk. M. Bigger. S Bergquist Row2: D. Ales. G Mool.S.D. Rhodes. C. Dodson. K Bailey. J. Young. Row 3: S Moot. B Poole. T. Lush. G. Feeney. J. Rieffel. J. Rieffel Left to right. Row I: T Williams. D. Stine. B Hogan. T Hickey. S Sparrow. I) Buck Row 2 K Hudson. L Messer. T Supan. M Schertz. T. Clements. T Mann Row 3: F McCrory. T Tegarti. T Gubitz. B Haines. R Kelley 39Senior Comets Ron Finck—Tight Find Jeff Haas—Split End. Flanker 5 Tim Elyea—Tackle - Defensive End; Best Offensive Lineman, Honorable Mention All Conference Darwin SchieIk?r—Tackle. Defensive Tackle; Best Defensive Lineman. All Conference Tom Colburn—F lanker Troy Dambold—Offensive Guard Lynn Cox—Center. Defensive Halfback; Best Defensive Back Tom Cleary—Split Find. Flanker Larry Reynolds—Defensive Nose GuardD E F E N S I V E Captains Brad Kelly—Tight End; Blocking Trophy. Tackle Trophy. All Conference. All State. Line Backer East-West Shrine Game. Tri-Captain Nick Clark—Fullback; Tri-Captain Tracey Pfab— Halfback; M.V.P . Best Offensive Back. All Conference. Tri-Captain42Football Cheerleaders I eft to right: L. Riker. J. Sutton. P Hynes. A. Miller. J Rogers. B. Baer Seniors 43KING TRACEY QUEEN PEGGY Homecoming Court 1982-83 44SENIORS JUNIORS FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES 45Second Place Seniors Honorable Mention Freshmen Third Place Sophomores First Place Juniors47Girl’s Volleyball Left to right: S Jones A. Vogel. J. Dekeyser. S Aeschliman. B. Baer. P Rhea. L. Dukes. T Mool. P. Brown. I) Kurtenbach. R. Weber, Coach Kolleth. Lront row: Managers J. Andrews and A. Lindsey. Girl’s J.V. Volleyball Left to right. Row 1: S. Cleary. K. Tipler. M. Haas. K Aufmuth. K Wolf. J. Perry. Row 2: A. Heller. K Parkhouse. T. Oliver. C. Stiles. T Hall. K Blackmore. Coach Kollath.Girl’s Basketball Left to right. Row I J Perry. C. Hinshaw.S Jones. T Hall. C. Stiles K. Wolf. A Lindsey. S. Cleary. Row2:J Murrell. J. DeKeyser. A. Plnkham. I) Scott. S f'ranke. S. Aeschliman. I) Kurtenl ach. P. Brown. R Weber. A. Heller. Coach Speck.Comcttcs 50Three-Court Volleyball Winners Left to right. How I: I). Lovings. S Schroeder. B B. er How 2: T. Cleary. B Baer T Elyea. L. Cox. T. Andrews Pom Pon Squad Left to right How I K Turner. T Harshharger. M Hall. J Holt. S Broberg How 2 M Bailey, ) Andrews. T Hall. K Wickenhauser. H Arnold. K Attig 51Lettermen John Garre Is—Forward. Center Eric Denham—Center Tracey Pfab—Forward. Co-Best De- Lynn Cox—Guard; Best Free-Throw fensive Award Percentage SENIORS Ron Flnck— Forward; Most Valuable. Brad Baer—Center; Co-Best Defen- Tom Cleary—Guard leading Scorer sive. Leading Relx under 52Boys’ Basketball Loft to right: K Parkhouse. T Pfab. L. Cox. T Cleary. R Smoots. K Crump. IV Baer. E. Denham. R Einck. J. Ciarrels. A. Denham. S. Morgan. Coach Orr. Center Manager D. Steffen. Back row: Coach Rabbe. M. Schertz.C. Dodson. D Pfister. K Noonan K Crump. B Poole. S. Bergquist. manager f ront row: J Rieffel. T Williams. T Supan. D Pinkham. T Tegard. I) Stine. C. Hinthorne. J Rieffel 53Basketball 54Basketball Cheerleaders LORI 84 PATTY 84 HRF.NDA 83 .JOY 83 ANGF.l.A 84 JULIF. 83Wrestling!!!! Left to right. Row 1: R Schieber. S. Mool. D. Rhodes. G Robbins Row 2: M. logger. J Young. I) Fletcher. J. Malcome. I) Newkirk. B. Copple. I). Miller. B. Smith. Row3: A. Patton. Manager; E. Friend. T. Elyea. D. Schieber. T. Dambold. E. Charlett. T Andrews. J. Porth. D Hunt. M. Young. R Lovings. T Mann. Captains DARWIN TIM COACHSeniors TIM- 167 30-7 URIC- 132 27-5 DARWIN- 155 31-4 58Wrestling 59Coaches Comments El Paso experienced its best overall season ever this year. The dual meet record was a fine 19-2, along with championships at the Gibson City, Mahomet, and Leroy tournaments. The District tournament was a close battle with El Paso losing by only V2 point; but eleven out of our twelve boys qualified for Sectional tournament. All boys placed in the top four at District, a first for any team in our District. Jeff Haas added the finishing touches to a fine season by qualifing for the State tournament. Jeff wrestled well, but was eliminated after the second round of competition. Tim Elyea placed fourth, just missing a State tournament opportunity. Individually, three boys won 30 or more matches. Tim Elyea was30-7, Darwin Scheiber 31 -4, and Jeff Haas37-3. Five other boys distinguished themselves with 24 wins or more: Jeff Porth 24-7, Eddie Friend 24-10, Troy Dambold 24-15, Eric Charlett 27-5, and Tim Andrews 28-7. The wrestlers would like to thank everyone who helped support them through the Wrestling season. Without all the support from everyone this excellent season couldn t have been possible.Id Ureslt Wrestling Cheerleaders p YOU ARI MV FRi t wu H Q?Girls’ Track Left to right. Row I: A. Miller (Manager). M Graham. K Wolf. L Dukes. C. Stiles. D. Scott. L. Riker Row 2 Coach Rayner. K Black more. K Bergquist. I) Kurtenbach. J DeKeyser. M Bergquist. S Jones. A Heller. P Hynes. Coach Speck Boys’ Track Left to right. Row I J Porth. K Parkhouse. B. Kelly. S Morgan. D Stine Row2: Coach Rayner. T Pfab.G. Feeney. B Roberts. M Seiver. I) Newkirk. R Kelly (Manager). D SteffenEPRA Left to right. First row I) Scott. B. Fever. S. Baker. K Aufmuth. K Tipler. K. Wolf. K Bergquist. M. Haas. K Parkhouse. S. Cleary. C. Marshall. C Hinshaw. Second row: L. Owcarz. I) Kurtenbach. L. Piker. A. Miller. T. Oliver. A Heller. P. Weber. L. Dukes. A. Vogel. T. Harshbarger. K. Turner. S. Schroeder.S. Stimpert. Third row: Sponsor Miss Speck. L. Messer. M. Peeves. P Phea. B. Baer. A. Fever. M. Baker. C. Anderson. T. Mool. S. Trunnell. C. Scrivner. T. Fuller. S. Franke. J Krug Left to right. Pow 1: President B Fever. Vice President B Baer Secretary M. Peeves. Treasurer D Kurtenbach Pow 2: Senior Pepre sentative A. Fever. Junior Pepre sentative S. Schroeder. Sopho more Pepresentative L. Dukes Freshman Pepresentative M Haas Pow 3: Points Chairmen L Messer. A. Vogel; Sports Chair men A. Heller. A. Miller. 64Student Council Carol Stiles - Advisor. Tracey Pfab. Laura Dukes. Kristy Wolf. Kathy Parkhouse. Laura Owcarz. Lynn Cox. Renee Weber. Gretf Feeney. David Stine. Tim Supan. Sandee Franke. Chris Stiles. Tina Martin. Kerri Wolf. Donna Zimmerman. Dee Kurtenbach. Tina Oliver. Lori Riker. Patty Hynes. Brenda Baer. Pe l Rhea. Kristy Ellis. 0 F F 1 c E R S President: P Rhea Vice President: B Baer Secretary: P Hynes Treasurer. L. Riker 65Student Council 66jopn3 c( mz Spanish Club Left to right, hirst row K Ellis.R hmck. A. Lindsey. I) Steffen. Treas. B Kelly. V Pres.. P Hynes Pres D Waller Ser P Weber. A. Vogel. L. Dukes, r.Martin Second row: JPerry. D. Zimmerman. M Reeves. P Rhea B Baer B Fever C Stiles S Jones. T Oliver. I) Pink ham T. Supan. K Waller. J. Marshall Third row: D. Krug. T Fuller. I) Scott. S Trunnell I Messer C Marshall. G heeney. T Mool. S Bergquist. T Lush. L. Cox. T. Pfab. J Rogers. J Sutton. S Morgan Left to right. Row I: I) Zimmerman. K Waller.S Schroeder Row 2: K Blackmore. K Attig. M Hall. S Stimpert. M Baker Row 3: Advisor Mrs. Besse. E. McCrory. T. Harshl arger. K. Turner Row 4: C. Jackson. E. Callender. T. Fuller.S. Trunnell. I) Waller. D. Steffen. Row 5: T Pfab. K Ellis. I) Kur-tenbach. R I inck B Kelly. 67F.F.A Left to right. Row 1: Advisor Mr. Dozier.T. Malcome. IV Copple. R. Finck - Secretary. I). Ales. I). Pfister.J. Attig. N. Aeschilman. M. Sc hertz. Row 2: G. Moot. G. Morris. IV Baer - Treasurer. T. Cleary - Sentinel. S. Bergquist - Reporter. J. Clements. C. Stimpert - President. T. Lush. Not pictured (because he was running a mile): J. Delaney. Vice President.F.H.A Left to right. S Trunnell. D Waller. S Schroeder. K Allen. D Downen. EL. Callender. S Stimpert. K Ellis. C West. R Arnold. K Waller. Sponsor Mrs. Brown. Industrial Arts l eft to right. Row I: I) Myers. G Morris. T Gubitz. D. Newkirk. J. Young. J Rieffel. Mr Scranton. D. Rhodes, J Rieffel. K Bailey. B. Poole. R. Kidd. S. Mool. J. Perry. Row 2: I). Schieber. J. Garrets. EL. Denham. R Callender. T Marshall, Vice President. R. Haas. President. B. Smith. Secretary Treasurer. J. Evans, J. Thario. D. Buck. M Sc hertz.Mu Alpha Theta Left to right. Row 1 IV Baer. Secretary; I). Steffen. Vice President; T Pfab. President; B Kelly. Vice President Row2; Mr Rabbe. K. Allen. T Martin. I). Zimmerman. A Miller. B Fever. P Hynes.S. Jones. Row3; I) Kurtenbach. L Riker. K Waller. D.Scott. A. Fever. R Finck. Not pictured: P Rhea Treasurer. Computer Club Left to right. Row I R Finck. Treasurer; T. Pfab. Librarian. D. Steffen. President; B Kelly. Vice President; P I lynes. Secretary. Row 2; L Riker. B Fever. J. Rogers. M Young. I) Kurtenbach. A. Fever. C. Anderson. Row 3; M Wallace. B. Smith. L Cox. IV Baer. C. Stimpert. M Baumann. S. Franke. P. Rhea. Advisor Mr Rabbe.Library Aides 4 l ofl to right: Mrs. Besse. Advisor; Tcri Hoffman. Tina Brubaker. Deb Malcolm. Janice Evans. I«arry Carey. Teresa Harsh-barker. Duane Trunnell. Tina Harrold. Roger Callendar. Steve Mason A.F.S. Left to right. Row I I) West. C. Anderson. A Lindsey. I) Zimmerman. Secretary; G. Feeney. Vice President; J Krug. President: A Heller. Treasurer; T. Oliver. C. Hinshaw. M Hall Row2: R Hanson. J. Andrews. B. Vandegraft. J. Weber. S Trunnell K Waller. T Fuller. C Scrivner. R Waller Row 3: D Steffen. K Wickenhouser. J Marshall. S. Jones. B Kelly. T Pfab. S. Schroeder. K Ellis. K Turner. T. Harshl arger. Advisor Mrs. Christensen.National Honor Society Left to right. Row 1 B. Baer. T Pfab. V Pres . IV Kelly. Pres ; R Finck.Sec. T re as.; D Steffen Row 2 P I lynes. D. Zimmerman. K. Waller. L. Riker. I) Kurtenbach Row 3: I) Waller. S. Trunnell. K Parkhouse. S. Jones. C. Stiles. Sponsor Mrs. Etcheson. E-Club Left to right. Row I T. Armstrong. A Patton. T. Pfab. T Dambold. D. Newkirk. T Andrews. I). Fletcher. M Young. J Maas. Row 2: B. Stoller.T. Cleary. S. Morgan. K Parkhouse. L. Cox. J. Porth. J. Malcom. I) Steffen. B. Smith. Row3: J. Garrels.T. Elyea. N. Clark. B. Baer. E. Denham. T. Colburn. E. FriendScholastic Bowl Left to right: K Waller. A. Aeschliman. E. Denham. B Baer Scholastic Bowl J.V. Left to right. Row I: J. Perry. K Wlckenhauser. J. Scheuermann.Sponsor Miss Rahn Row 2: D. Buck. M Sennott.M Seiver.S Sparrow.Thanks To All Contributors Of The Annual Feeney Oil Company Triple “O’ Construction Marie Harris Rev. John O’Connor Mrs. Beverly Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown Rich and J. T. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bonar Mrs. Reba Roth The Village Market (Robert G. Attig) James J. Stoller, Attorney Schramm’s Shoe Shop James and Linda Pfab Paul and Ruth Brown Tom Colburn Family Rex Pinkham Home Builder and Remodeling Carol and Don Mool Patti Pfab Conrad Porter, Superintendent Mr. Odle, Principal 74Top Ten Awards Night Agricultural: Terry Malcome Art: Mara Bergquist Business: Sally Trunnell English: Brenda Baer Foreign language: Diana Waller Math: Brenda Baer Social Studies: Dena Lovings ® Pam Page Girls P.E.: Steph Aeschliman Boys P.E.: Brad Kelly Choral Music Awards: Tim Andrews Janet Krug Band Award: l-arry Malcome Todd Skolek Memorial Award: Mark Seiver Tracey Pfab (4) Perfect Attendance Greg Ward (2) Karen Allen (2) Renee Weber (2) Elaine Callender (3) Andy Patton (3) Ray Haas (3) Dorothy Ridgeway Mary Reeves Shelly Schroeder (3) Michael Waller Julienne Valentine (« Jackie Andrews Kelly Waller Shawn Bergquist (2) Rhonda Hanson Roger Callender Ricky Kelley Kraig Crump (2) Kathy Parkhouse Chris Dodson Robert Patton Laura Dukes (2) Janice Perry Amy Heller Clint Ramsey Cory Hinthorne (2) Tim Supan Melody Hudson Troy Tegard David Pfister Karen Tipler Rod Smoots (2) Colleen West Tom Trunnell Karen Wickenhauser VALEDICTORIAN: Brenda Baer. Brad Kelly. Tracey Pfab SALUTATORIAN: Peggy Rhea DAR: Tracey Pfab 7e5The Junior Class Presents “They Run in Our Family” 76Senior Play The Senior Class Presents “Too Young, Too Old!” Left to right. Row I d Young. L Janssen. L Cox. L Jording. T Pfab. T Andrews. D. Steffen Row 2: L Messer. S Franke. P Rhea. C. Stimpert. J Rogers. J. DeKeyser, Mrs. Stiles Row 3: M. Reeves. M Baumann. B. Baer. B Baer. B Kelly. R. h inck. C. Marshall.Chorus l eft to right: A Miller. Secretary; I). Lovings. Asst Secretary;J. Krug. Vice President. IV Baer. President; L. Jording. Treasurer. S. Franke. Secretary. 78Madrigals Left to right, How 1: B. Baer. M Reeves. L. Riker. J Krug. Row 2: D Lovings. S. Franke. D. Zimmerman. Row 5: K Parkhouse. T. Andrews. D. Newkirk. I). Rhodes Row 4: C. Dodson. A. Patton. B. Stoller, G. Feeney. s w I N G C H 0 1 R 79Band Left to right. Row 1: J. Weber. K Black more. J. Colburn. M. Hudson Row 2: J Krug. K Attig. T. Marshall. Row 3: E. Denham. A. Heller. J. Young. T. Malcom. Row 4: L Malcom. Mr. Calhoun. K Witkowski. Officers Left to right. Row I: J. Weber. Sophomore Rep.; J. Krug. President; A. Heller. Secretary Treasurer. Row 2: T Marshall. Junior Rep.; T Malcome. Senior Rep.Office Girls Left to right: Ann Hooker. Secretary; Delores Krug. Janet Krug Seth Fever. Angela Miller. Patty Hynes. Julie Sutton. Marilyn Baumann. CooksWe’ve Got Tonight ’83 Left to right: I) Steffen. J Rogers. R f inck. C Marshall. 1) Schieber. J. Sutton. T Damboltl. S. F'ranke. L. Cox. S. Aeschliman. T. Clyea. L. Messer. 82Class Wills I. Steph Aeschilman. leave knowing that K W and K P will have lo find someone new to give sex sandwiches to and also I m hoping that A H will someday learn to sh x t a free-throw with a little hit of spin on it I Karen Allen, leave my ability to forget, mess-up. and get brownie points to my little brother in hopes he will use them to the fullest ability He sgoing to need it. I. I rank Armstrong, leave FPHS knowing that dle will never call me Frankie again (He better not!) I. Jeff Armstrong, leave knowing that Dan Marshall can snap a guidewire off a telephone pole with a bus I. Brenda Baer, leave knowing that L I) will never lie able to switch movies at College Hillseven though she can talk cute and toBS. K P and K W I leave some chair covers so they can make pillows for their grandmas I. Michele Bailey, leave my speed reading ability to anyone who can keep up I. Marilyn Baumann, leave my place on the absentee list to D H knowing that he will be able to fill it even better than I. also, my ability to have the most weekend card (?) parties to whoever thinks they can keep up and knowing III never have to be called the new student by Mr Rayner and Wild Bill again!? I Mara Bergquist. leave knowing Speed Demon I feller won t eat any oranges before a track meet And when and if I make it back to FPHS in 1983 for our |Oth reunion, if there s still an art class at the big FPHS I hope they still won t be drawing those boring still lifes W useful paper mache protects. I. Karen Burtis. leave my Fnglish notes to J A I also leave knowing that Miss Piggy will never walk the halls again, right F.D? I. Frk Charlett. leave KPHS knowing that NUBA will be carried on by whoever can handle it (Which won t be many ) I. Nick Clark, leave knowing J C and I can t skip out and go partying and I am still waiting for S.S. to graduate from KPHS I. Tom C leary. leave knowing I will never have another stud contest with L C because he won And that K P someday might be a Bobbydale I. John Delaney, leave F.PHS knowing that my 292 straight six will outpull any stock 550 bumper to bumper I. Erie Denham, leave knowing K B will never have to be called Miss Piggy or Stacks again I. Ann Fever, leave thanking J K for the Kleenex in Accounting to M B the honor of not picking up bases in P F; and to B K I just leave I Ron Finck. leave FPHS knowing that being Computer Club Treasurer is indeed a profitable experience I . Sandee Franke. leave my place on the bench to C S hoping she will end up with less splinters than I did I also leave knowing that all of the mistakes that I made on the computer was the computer s fault I Sheila Heibcnthal. leave knowing that Mr Wolf will have to lower someone else s grade for being absent so much' I. Terri Hoffman, leave knowing that Mrs Besse will never find another student as willing as I to do her dirty work I. Cindy Jackson, leave Lee-I.ee and Ten my ability to call Mrs Besse Curly I. Brad Kelly, leave someone very special behind I also leave my football donut to S M I. Sherri Kraft, leave knowing that in Mrs Stiles room that s just the way it is I. I.arry Malcome. sound in mind, hereby will the use of the pre-war tubas, the use of the battered out-of-tune splintery piano to Mr Calhoun And challenge any freshman to take on the responsibility of being a bass player for FPHS I. Terry Malcome. leave FPHS knowing that T D. never shows up on the 3rd Tues of next Fri and D A knows how to get it up to drill straight I. Charlene Marshall, leave knowing that I won t have to sit in another embarassing Chem class with Skippy. Slant ' Stone Man. and J C. and M S can keep their Charlie song I. Mike Meier, leave knowing that R 1. will graduate someday I. Lori Messer leave knowing EC. will never know what Mr Cabunga means; and I leave T.F with many great memories I. Tracey Pfab. leave the seal near the Crack of Doom to K P. and know ing B B will believe anything, that J R loves willies, and that Mr Rabbe will no longer have anyone to blow the game for him in (jubic I. Amy Pinkham. leave knowing Willie will keep A A company at noon I. Jeff l »rth. leave F.PHS knowing J M will finally be able to take my place in the Wrestling lineup And that I never ran a lap in track I. Mary Reeves, leave knowing that Mrs Christensen will have to find someone to come in late 1st hour I also leave knowing that D Q has juicy barbeque that goes good with strong water Right. J R ? I IVggy Rhea, leave S S a ! ag of caramel corn and a Pepsi; to K F I leave a special place in a parking lot on S Linden, so she can stare at the figmentsof our imagination. And to S.S. and K F. I leave a case of Ivory Soap knowing they II put it to good use I. Joy Rogers, leave knowing whenever I need a nutritious meal to ask Redeye, and that J S and I were attacked by a pack of Indians and had to wash a head of lettuce under boiling hot water I Dennis Steffen, leave knowing Mr Orr will have to train someone else to keep the OFR chart, and my seat across from the Crack of Doom to GT I. Craig Stimpert. leave FPHS knowing that my speech for Crusty Carol s class is on the floor and that I was the best non-athlete Schroeder ever had I. Sally Trunnell. leave FPHS hoping that someone will remember to laugh at Mrs Besse and that I never got an invitation to a T A party Also. I leave the run of 7th hour computer room to the ballings I. Susie Volz, leave FPHS knowing that R W . A V and L D are all a bunch of Ring Rangs Also know ing I have a unique laugh I. Diana Waller, leave FPHS ready to set back the army 10 years Right Mr Rayner? I also leave my How to gut a chicken to anyone who wants to try it I. Michael Waller, leave knowing that I will never have to write another research paper knock on wood We. S K and L J . leave knowing that we can t skip out anymore and bring back homemade onion rings We. K A . M B and K B . leave the job of the robes to anyone stupid enough to get stuck with the job Right. Mrs Musick? Ha. ha We. J R and C M . leave Skippy a mil of t p to do his duty and a new pair of fuzzy ! eige socks and we were smart enough to find our own shoes We the Seniors of the table in middle hall, leave the high honor of occupying this table to anyone worthy of this honor and for them to pass this honor on to posterity We. S V and L J . leave FPHS knowing you don t hace to be ok! to be crazy Right. Mrs Stiles? Baby. baby, baby and J C the big guy We. the Seniors of Physics class, leave knowing that L C will never know what the Doppler effect is (But he s still a Stud ") We. the 2nd hour Comp class (esp T C ). leave FPHS with one last cheer L-stud. Y-stud. N-stud. N-stud. L-Y-N-N STUD! STUD STUD " We. the 5th hour Study Hall, leave the challenge of knowing more songs than T P to K W We. S T and D W . leave knowing we II never have to serve another detention for not sw imming We. the Senior Swing Choir members, thank Mrs Musick for all the great times we ve had throughout our four years We love you' How do we say good-bye? We. P R and B B . leave knowing that the freshmen were much more fond of us than J () will never know! We leave know ing Mrs Stiles will never have to worry about our impulse actk ns. and to Mr Rablie we leave the sunroom at ICC and a case of bottles! I Julie Sutton leave four years of cheerleading to my sister and leave rememlxrring all the great times w ith S M and that he still owes me a bet We. AT and B B. leave know ing that T B s life is no longer in jeopardy and that L.C is a man We. I) S and J G . leave our wall leaning ability in the lower hall to D H and T A We. A P and P R leave knowing that S A will always be a pup We. L M and J S leave knowing that there will never Ik. another dynamk duo like ours Right. S M W T F .?» We. the 2nd hour ® 1st hour Buikling Trades class leave knowing that the B T house will never sell We J P and FT leave know ing that J S and L M have more candlelight dinners to look forward to" ” We. I. M and C M . leave knowing that WRESTLING will always Ik- NUMBER ONE"”’ (Right guys?i I. Jeff Clements leave knowing that Dan Marshall will be back in a month or two I Tom Colburn, leave FPHS with my TA and a big smile knowing that someone will park sideways in the parking lot I Jodi Dekeyser. leave F.PHS knowing that I will probably never see a pup shoot and pick. and. best of all. III never have to run killers We the Awesome Threesome of 3rd hour P.F. leave knowing that Steve s job will lie a lot easier without us (TC.JC ami J A ) We. M B . C S and J I) think Mrs Stiles is a nice person We the Senior guys of the Physics class, leave knowing that Mr Rabbe likes us lietter We. the monitors and ex-monitors of 5th hour kmnge. leave know ing that we had the only organized wrestling matches in the lounge We. the Senior 5th hour euchre players, leave knowing J I) and K W cheat ” We. DS .TP and B K leave knowing R F is the best juggler in FI Paso and J G has mysterious bruises on his neck We. J S and L M . leave knowing F.C and J P will never again have cold spaghetti and hard brownies, or after Prom sw im suit parties like we had””"' We. the Terrible Foursome, leave all our curling irons to L.D . (who we re sure will make good use of them) We. M B and L M leave knowing I. R and D 7. will have a hall trying to figure out how to put together the new yearbook CKX)D LUC K Gt YS”) “We. the Seniors of 83. leave FPHS knowing that we had more fun with Mr Kays BY GOSH""" w",m"' 85AUTOGRAPHSAUTOGRAPHSAUTOGRAPHS LH3 YEARBOOK DES MOINES IOWAWWW I A, • • fc V » % • • ♦ ' i •' y 7 f


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El Paso High School - Cometeer Yearbook (El Paso, IL) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 1

1986

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