Eureka High School - Eurekana Yearbook (Eureka, MO)

 - Class of 1949

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P , : ,- z 1 N- F' ': ww ' -N -.. : ll ... Q N ' . s. - r 1-: I ,J A.. I 'I Of course we think we're the best to be had: We always pitch in when there's work to be done And naturally we have time for our fun, J C I and as everything must end, e The selniors must go to make new friendsg, No: sc Zloll 1S1g0I'1e for them, but not forgotten, are e p easures found there that can't be boughten, 'i"'1'fY' 1 i"i"if1 Hy U WA . C' G' i a ' , 1 Q ,, , , - ry-xxw-Cx ' 1 A , ' 73, , 'l 7- V IUQI f' ,wffgaxfu If-I-,',n4 ' IV? -1 K, mm X A V Mx 'W ,ar 1' .fit mm-' 1 5 A0900 ' 1. h 1:1-fl , ' 1 v t "' --1 I" ffm. . f x will vx 15 -as all 'Ulu' W lx cm.,-IJ' 'V .V Fvgyjx. AVL-131 . Q wr 5.,.qc WX A ff., "ws . X' X' meal' . -we' ' xz l N CQ .Ill-xml' 1 i If nix'-FD? AQxLxix'S1w-X0 xx 7x ZF, ' . , , -. f -v ' . K 'wfv' 3 'XXX g I7 LN,,,,,YqI' I f ' Y'THwufx1i. 1 S u X 77 75 ' Q' Q 1 ' , U U L 1 cfvx Fx-LM-xl-X ig J S, x X 2 ' X7 X 2 , - X 6 U3 4 gfgff - v ' . v i hh W VI w V. 1 l .14 -Z5 s.. -v. t BIIARII IH HIIIIIMIIIN AND AIIIVII ISTRAIIO I h W 'gifs 1' U61 'gf 5:1-:Q-y1'Fg'f3iiFq4g3 I 1 f,-nm Q, rm' 7 N WN F:-J U 1 "' .:- rv 1, 1. n.'h,g:.. ... . . ,fw1fE,- ' , ' 9 a"kjf:Hff'Q , Q ' 3 41-fi-Hi' ag' 0 at 59.-"i,j-11: ,- r" t "'-- FL-UF rwauyngrnuadui Af! Left to Right: W.C. Kampschroeder: Os- car Johnson: E.E. Ja- i" 13315 cobs, Clerk: M.L. Paul, Presidentg Howard Willoughby, Vice-President: C. E. Betsher: O. K. Cornett, gs Through their endeavoring efforts they have strived to make Eureka ,ni : iid-2 ie .4 . High School a better place for its students. 1 ii, L- E r 2 X554 gl: v ,-1. Ml? , . , , 'Sw' 21311: vb:-r fi mes! ' V F rg, A ' Ji .xigyg u'fi 35 , fgi. 5' '. ,- ,H '53 gtg 5 .. . 2. 5355 is ' A K . iwilti 23? .dv-4 : fm it - Q se E - . . V 'ii ti Sqn' .4 ...T 4. an f '1-gm., , A-.ue4m.sf'gQ:.g3.vwvfh .gb ,, Through their ability and cooperation in understanding and ad- vising the students of E.H.S., they have extended their efforts in W:-ww, '- 1 - f s- ,Q . making this another happy and successful school year. g -Jafq' ll xirgsf -'JL y M . .M '22-'Britt -Q vfifeiiwqwwi' is-' is .ws E:-r .. .' :ht I. 1. 4 -. 1:13 .5 ' .vs x. hw J ' E? P rife 53,55 iitagx 4 W. +-'33, 1 4 13, L Mg gg?-gQFg"Mg,.w5if X . . . . . A . "" M 13' L-"" UAW , a-971: 1 17- 'Z ef.--ul 4A-J-ij.-5: L-n.L.v4'v5- NL, 'ZF - I .- . A LM up: l E. I A de M 1 -:xi A ,ff . .,h??ggQ.:,, Txigfif 'Q THIS IS EUREKA'S MAIN STREET IN THE EARLY l920'S. P vi IIEIHC We, the students of E.H.S. sincerely dedicate the 'TORNADO' to--HOUR EVER FAVORITE SPOT'--EUREKA. From the beginning the fundamental aim of Eurekans has been to place ed- ucation as a foundation or cornerstone of all else, because they have had the understanding and realization that civilization and the principles of democracy depend on a learned and clear thinking people. ' Having had the support and loyalty of Eureka in every attainment, we have gone ahead, with afeeling of security and satisfaction, for we have known that-- 'our town stands behind us and boosts us"--which gives us the necessary cour- age to go ahead. Z THIS IS EUREKA'S MAIN STREET TODAY. N. Q. 39,15 Eureka, we can only say 'Thank You' for all that you have afforded us, but may we always strive that our lives may become as an illumination that others coming after us may see and be guided by our light. Thus may we honor You-- who are representative of a liberal .ind conscientious people that have so will- ingly contributed to our welfare in education. In all sincerity, may we ever sing praises to You--'the Builder of Better Education'g and with just pride and honorable appreciation we now unite to greet you in dedication and to say goodbye to another happy and successful school year. 3 '55 Eat 'fa ,,, ' ,1a"f'i 'pid' - f , -wx ,A .1- FMIIIHY gl QS' W. C. KAMPSCHROEDER Superintendent of Schools JOHN E. CLEIviENT Principal, Social Science LELA MAE HART Secretary to Superintendent JANE DENNIS School Nurse Ln 'Q p ' -f V, LAWRENCE E. BLAIR Aa.. Tl, wr' Head Athletic Coach, Commerce OSCAR 'SWEDE' ERICKSON Assistant Coach, Physical Education T. D. WHEAT Instrumental Music - DONNA GRAY Vocal Music NELLIE SHULTZ Librarian HAROLD BROOKS Industrial Arts ' DEAN A. HATFIELD Mathematics GALE E. BREED Vocational Agriculture EUNICE NELSON English 8: Latin SIN CLAIR ORENDORFF Science VELMA VLCEK Commerce ROSAMOND MORRIS English 8: Spanish PHYLLIS WARE Social Science THORA L. FOYER Physical Education 8: English ALICE C. ALLEN Vocational Economics N7 FMIIIHY mag' .NN il w I 1 i, i 5 i vi x, C14 I' 1' CQ NNIIM SIAH FIRST ROW: lla Mae Barnes, Asst. Editor: Kenneth Morrison, Business Managerg Pat Sew- ard, Editor-in-Chiefg Winifred Miller, Asst. Editor. SECOND ROW: John Green, Snapshot Editor, Mary Ward, Freshman Editor, Jim Sharp, Sophomore Editorg Irlene Rawlings, Jun- ior Editorg Mary Starner, Senior Editor. THIRD ROW: Jack Pugh, Sports EditorgJerry Steele, Hi-Y Editor, Howard Worley, F.F.A. Editorg Martha Rose, Music Editorg Eleanor Cannon, Pep Club Editorg Judy Meredith, G.R. Editor, Ruth Harding, Artist, Virginia Pack- ard, Asst. Snapshot Editorg Johnnie Hendricks, F.H.A. Editor. 1 Annual Staff officers at J work. XX ig S MAKE 'EM BOW, STINKY TWO HAPPY SENIORS TWIRLERS 'BUDDIES' PATIENT? " ORDERS FROM HEADQUARTERS" STEADIES FROM WAY BACK BIG STARE CAMERA SHY LIBRARY RECREATION SOIvIE OF THE KIDS, WELDIN' STEEL 'CUTIE' 7 - J: i ' 'B- V Q ., Ix H-11 3. 1 r-. U: r - ,fre ..C,v As wo of our hard working proctor ALETHA SIVIITH and PEGGY ROB ERTS. PRIIIIHIIIS 95,9 3 vu kat vw 7 F M' '44 :FEE 2:7133 sez.: 51 ,,..,.,i 14324 .5 mr: 1:11 5- 'S " 4311295 -MW' 5112181 1:15251 .arg 15:55 2.3.1 1 z'v5T-fi' Qfiiglf A-mai FIRST ROW: J. Snider, G. Dimick, P. Leader, A. Smith. BACK ROW: B. Pornranky, P. Sew- ard, D. Knizley, E. Cannon, I. Rawlings, H. Hughes, L. Brooks. NOT PICTUREDE P. Rob- erts. 5 CS' fx as Y, . f 3' p .gy - -AU . . , .-. .. . ..-..:. 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W 'it -Y A . ,Z7 V I l . . ' 1 Y L .-. 4' 'S H 567' 'vt K- q V x4"'..' ,.. 1:41 7 fl 15X .fili f 1 -ff: ' vz 1: 1 in -. 4 J !" + ' 1 X ' 1' ' 'W "' ' 'gt .Al 5,71 N ' V ., ig-Af" 'Z --. ' 1 .. -72?-'fc M V if if hit- is F f'f'Q4f-A-ax? James -.... President Don Henderson . Program Chairman HENDERSON Bob McCue . . . Vice-President Bob Dettmer. . . Sec.-Treasurer BOB MC CUE BOB ' , DETTMER We, the Forty-Niners, are very proud to be called Seniors ofthe noble school of Eureka High School. With the able leadership of our officers and sponsors, we have become one of the most progressive classes that has ever filled the halls of old E. I-I. S. In sports we have excelled, whether on the football field, the basketball court, or the track field. Our boys have gone to the state and come back with many victories. , In G. R. and Hi-Y we have shown a great interest, and benefited the clubs greatly in the few years we have served them. Our Junior class play was considered far different than any that have ever been presented in the school before. "The High School Mystery" was a play of an ordinary high school and was enjoyed by everyone. Our Honorary Society represents the top third of our class. It not only represents the scholastic standing of these pupils, but also their leader- ship ability. - Our only hope is that we may go out into the world and continue to be just as progressive, always keeping the best interests of the world in mind. We will leave this school with the feeling that we have bettered it in every way we could. 9 ..f ' ,pi my if X ,,,A ':- .,'fz -sl'-!E!'!i!,1x L-, ' J 'i1ZQl'2,!i.5i.5ig igm1mg133'uLv?w" 0- :v:-. . x- N: L- 4 ,zrrf ' 1 3:11:11 g :-.34-'f '-Nzgtvz --.' rg.--. :f::::: 1 -:. 1 N, ,,,1. .. ,, -3,:m,. iii' EB 'v ti H QL ' .X 0 f 0 4 . -. ,'1 1 A! ,. 1 U 11 ' ' I' ' Q .J 1 39 'Zn ' I .N 1 ' R' 'IM A Sl IIIRS WELDON JACK BALL MARY BRANSTETTER MARY ELLEN BRENTON KENNETH MORRISON LYLE OLSON HELEN PARKS DOR TI-IEA SPAIN MARJORIE LETHA STARKY MICHEAL VANHAVERBEKE JOYCE WILSON fi'-2 'EEF 'Llqsg T? '11 'll .L Q5 '- A. Vi' A ?,i".f: u . F L . L, In 95.1 r,-I Sl IIIRS JOAN SNIDER LOL-A BELLE JAMES TAYLOR LEWIS MER LE SOULE RAMCJNA CHURCHMAN PAUL BRAND BILL PRATHER BETTY mmsoufz 'n BOB GENE AGARD SHIRLEY SUE COR DON A 1, 1 Sl IDRS v ILLA MAE BARNES NEVA MC CAMMON CLAYTON ROCKHILL RON D. BALL PATRICIA BROOKS ' BILL SHARP HELEN PAT HUGHES JACK WEBB BEVERLY POMRANKY .TOHN CHEATHAM -ay SE IDRS BILL HART GLADYS SAMUELS ALLEN LOVE MARY ANN OLSON nor: BBATTON ' ROBERT LEADER HOWARD WORLEY MAR VIN BUR TIN CHARLES BRENTON JUDY ARGUELLES f FI QQLFF rg 3 'JL' er .- K ilfgpf .. ':a.,i1..- Mfg:- . 5 .155 lgfgft . 'K , vs, gf- 'ij ". -rii-3. . M35 , ru . ,vi . 6 . ,J L .753 gi. 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HALO mm 6.wAR PAINT AND ROUGE 'L WHEN YA snxpmmc, sfmmmv 9.-Buren" QGRANDADDY LQNGLEQS I0 Mas. Fofmn f1.MUsc1.EMEN IZ. WHO IS THE STUDENT IN THE MIDDLE? I3 'RED' Ml. SET! HIKE!! lv' M , ,zz L, 'iff if, , ,ga Wim-A,"!-'ww "' M is On September 2, 1948 the doors of F rs' 1 r W4 E l'.'K M ' fx, Q U im ei, I.H.S. once more swung open' to admit he Juniors who have resolved to become he dignified Seniors of 1950. At our first class meeting the follow- 1.1 I. ,. . FN' 5 . ng class officers were elected: Presi- Q, . rent, Dave Pugh, Vice President, Judy-Meridith, Treasurer, Dale Culbertson, mf Secretary, Irlene Rawlings, Program Chairman, Bill Hartman. The student Ii 15 :ouncil representatives were: Johnnie Mae Hendricks, Mareta Brown and , Savoy Snider. ' Upholding the tradition of E.H.S. the Junior class presented a three act I .lay entitled, 'Brother Goose" on December 3, 1948, under the direction of Jliss Eunice Nelson. 5532 fd-'N .,Q.-:4 Entertaining the Senior class at a spring "prone" climaxed a year of ictivities. The Juniors have shown their usual industrious spirits and have :een active in all of the school organizations. 5 13 . nigugg To our sponsors, Miss Allen, Mr. Brooks and Mr. Wheat we offer our sincere thanks for direction in this years activities. if 5.21" eg We . ' fix- . 'N " Q 1 if ,. if :W "a'wff' lfif 1- ' Y , .2 I . 4, 3,3 ref-. .-fe. H Q, -Mfg f at DAVE PUGH . . . . . President he egf JUDY MEREDITH . . Vice President IRLENE RAWLINGS . . . Secretary 355152 DALE CULBERTSON . . . . . 're-eeeurer ' v I v A354153 eg? TW BILL HARTMAN. . . . Program chairmen fax ff e Q., it .1e4,:5fgg:,:5-grate J :!f'Fx'qf-q1f4"'.g: -1 cf . -Q -5,3633-4 is 19 ' .i,, if If ,F-.4 I :YA 'N' x A dn- A V- - .aft- I. . -4. Urs RICHARD GAINES MARY LOU DUNN 1 ' DEANE PETERSON LU JONES DON LE VIEUX ANNE HILLMAN tif.- .,,,.r Y 1' ,V fs. X 'ki 1 fs- 1 J R F. ' .W NX .L T n ' R112 n-.51 CLINTON HUNTINGTON CAROL CROSS -QB-4' . l k 1 "' - snsnwoon EVANSON 'Cllr' MARY ELLEN BROWN 20 .III IIIRS LLOYD OLSEN JOYCE SPAIN MERLE BRADEN SALLY SNIDER HOWARD ATWOOD BETTY LARCOM JIM DOWNING PHYLLIS WATSON RICHARD CREBO SHEILA STURGEON 'IF 15" it 1 -5329 wivkhxix DIL gr -e' E 4 ,-gpaf 35. 'W'-23.1 .f . , , '4 Jll IDRS DOLORES BRAZIL CLYDE CHASTAIN ELAINE ROB Y FREDA DAVIS PAT LOPP ETTA MAE BURRIS .TEANEENE FISCHER DEAN DENNIS JAY POLHAMUS JU IURS BETTY MAE ROBINSON LORA BROOKS HARRY BREEN JO ALICE JOHNSON KATHRYNE WILLIAMS PATTY HODGSON MAYE BURTIN KENNETH NOR THEDGE ALETHA SMITH MARTHA HELLMAN fl ,.,f all y , K A 5, 6 Vx .i ' N 1 1 - x p' 1 . 1 'Q ' Q 'S - -V" Spf ' , nf? ' N , ' V f rl ' Vu :I .1 ya!" XS- PN fxx 'QT-7 hs JU IIIRS PATRIC I.A LEADER RUTH HARDING JOHNNIE HENDRICKS BEN OWENS JUANITA HELLMAN MARETA ANN BROWN SAVOY SNIDER GERTRUDE DIMIC K BILL DOT TS DOROTHY HENDERSON - 4 'lm pix, IIMHIHIA A project which had been only an idea for several years came to a brilliant realization this year in the development of the new hot lunch cafeteria. Balanced lunches are served each day to a great number of students and teachers. Mrs. LF. Campbell and Mrs. Clayton Courter, two very efficient ladies, have very ably taken over the supervision of the cafeteria and are to be commended for their menu and food preparation. .ggi v Z5 df! ww, TANK, .-l ,J-0-' T . SOL, P on-, Oy-,QS .FFJ3 ,., . W-Xxkxx .--1--. CLASS HISTOR Y We, the Sophomore fSophsl of E.H.S., do appreciate the chance to say a word regarding our class. We've gone along as other classes contributing with grades all the way from A to F fmostly we are proud of our gradesj We have been well represented in all school organizations and activities and find that it hasn't been "all work and no play." for we've had grand times along with our accomplish- ments. At our first class meeting we elected the following class officers: President, Lawrence Murphyg Vice-President, Alan Leonardg Secretary, Lila Millerp, Treasurer, June Bum- gardner: Program Chairman, Paula Pedrojag also John Green, Sue Baird, and Don Cheatham were chosen as representatives to the Student Council. ' During the year Sue Baird was chosen to represent the Sophomores as candidate for football queen. As a class, we have had a wonderful year together, and beyond that we must say, "Fellow classmen, you've been swell to us--freshmen, Juniors, Seniors-all." lt has been a year to remember, but 'Time Marches On," and we are glad to be midway. We look forward to the next two years as being even better and we hope to do as well as other examples that have been set before us by Juniors and Seniors. We offer our sincere thanks to our sponsors, Miss Morris, Mr. Erickson, and Mr. Blair--who have been most kind and generous in helping us always. With only memories remaining, we now give you the reins, fellow Freshmen and we'll journey on. We are 'Sophs' no moreg for next year we'll be greeted as Juniors. Adiefu--until we meet again next year. . -165- 7! T ' 'Sie .DX ., L ,. 7 - ,I i' ff 8- l i ,- Q 1. I gs, N u Lawrence Murphy . . . . . President :uf Alan Leonard. . . . Vice-President Lua Miner . . . . . secretary , N .Tune Bumgardner . . .... Treasurer U Paula Pedroja . .... Program Chairman 26 Left to Right, BACK ROW: P. Crumrine, S. Marshall, J. O'Neil, C. Rader, A. Leonard, J. Brice, L. Murphy, M. Hughes, V. Morris, T. Hudson, M. Egan, C. Hillman. SECOND ROW: V. Hinson, J. Sharp, M. Rose, D. Day, J. Farmer, B. Beal, B. Belt, D. Cheatman, M. Brooks, T. Logan. FRONT ROW: T. Pomranlcy, S. Wallace, F. Chriswell, M. Vaughn, J. Broddle, A. Shaw, T. Tucker, L. Miller, J. Church. Left to Right, BACK ROW: E. Berrier, M. French, F. Cooper, P. Arguelles, F. Bumgard- ner, B. Romig, M. Gant, G. Sprague, J. Dennit, J. Jeffreys, M. Lobel, I. Reich. SECOND ROW: M. Myer, J. Hawthorne, C. Miller, A. Ralston, R. Brice, D. Lewis, J. Burk, J. Soule, K. Kennedy, S. Barid, W. Churchman. FRONT ROW: C. Gaffney, P.. Pedroja, J. Green, J. Bumgardner, G. Francis, N. Gravis, T. Teichgraeber, J. Sears, N. Montgomary. Z7 Qfigfj W A7 A 'NNN w219bq,b 'JD Y' .9-.--f lm 2 ,b .ff ' I '5 rm- P XZ f 5 Q -i '?""' C,-Y W. "" 1 Y-.Y - , ---.U ---A12 M L: 9 ,.?.-ia., . ,, -m... , sq 7 "V ""' f M'-' I ,Elgin SfJ'1Y"Pl' if , CLASS HISTORY On September 7, 1948, Freshmen tagged as "greenies" entered E.H.S. They soon became acquainted with the school and their classmates. They elected Wilbur Wygle, Presidentg Jim Dochow, Vice-Presidentg David Iordahl, Secretary-Treasurerg Don Smith, Program Chairman and Sue Straight, Jack Henderson and Tata Webb as Student Council representatives. The sponsors for the class were Mr. Hatfield, Miss Shultz and Mr. Breed. We Freshmen entered whole-heartedly into all the school activities. The boys proved their "sporting spirit" in football and basketball. As we look back over the past school year, we give thanks to all the faculty and our classmates for making ours such a happy and successful entry into old E.H.S. f""'a, Wilbur Wygle . . . . President .Tirn Dochow, . . . Vice-President David .Tordahl . . .- .... Sec.-Treas. L T Donnie Pat Smith .... Program Chairman 5-I .4. . , L.-'.: QLLAAALL ,, Left to Right, BACK ROW: M. Polhamus, N. Stanfield, J. Cook, J. Henderson, J. James W. Elliott, J. Downing, B. Hughes,N. Biles,Y. Burngardner, F. Gaines. SECOND ROW J. Hensley, S. Wassell, E. Lewis, T. Webb, E. Ball, J. Evenson, J. L. Hawthorne, D Moon, G. Stringer. FIRST ROW: J. Black, D. Martin, G. Dixon, W. Kunkel, J. Webb R. Ailor, P. Mcllvain, C. Criswell, B. Raber. fx! Left to Right, BACK ROW: G. Johnson, I. Chastain, J. Brizendine, D. Jordehl, L Escareno, G. Klein, B. Weatherbee, J. Burton, D. Edwards, G. Stewart, J. Newby, J Colvin. SECOND ROW: J. Paul, M. Ward, C. Smith, S. Straight, J. Dochow, E. Hedges P. LeVieux, Carl Barrier, J. Campbell, D. Smith. FIRST ROW:D. Schneider, W. Wygle P. Dunn, P. Johnston, M. Pickens, J. McMillan, J. Hellman, D. Whipple, S. Marshbanks. - 29 V 3 gi' ' ' ' ' A 1 ,.. H i 7 if - 1 ' ,A 1. . ,- , ai g'?'t5" ' fem. 14 -V 5 .14-1 CORONATION OF THE FOOTBALL QUEEN Left to Right: Mike Vanhaverbeke, Eleanor Hedges, Dave Pugh, Mareta Brown, Helen Hughes, Queeng Ron Ball, Kingp Jack Pugh, Sue Baird. Crown Bearers, Margaret Basham and Freeman Gary Seward. Annual Pig skin Hop ' ' F til' ?U Senior skit of Freshmen! Sa me skit ' Freshman Dance 30 .lla 1-1-" In rg 'I at , Q' 'ng , 'V V. w .- 451 A 'ir- 1. .. S APSHIHS Books are just for looks" The Rexall Hobos" Lipstick gets in the funniest places" Noon gathering" Freshmen Beauties" Loafing on the job" What's the big attraction? " Back to the 'ole grind" --and a good time was had by all." Having troubles, Jack? " What's wrong girls ?" Buddies" Annual Staff at work" Ready for a swim" Wide open spaces" U , V "m -v v. , .. J, w 31 Carol Forbes President Mary Starner Vice-President Bob Dettmer Secretaryg Rep Sue Baird 3 Representative of G. R r e s entative of Hi-Y Treasurerg Representative of Sophomore Don Cheatham Repre s entative Sue Straight of Sophomore Clas s. Representative of Freshman Class. Jack Henderson Representative of Freshman Class. John Green Representative m Jim of Sophomore Class. Sharp Sports Representative Tata Webb Representative of Freshman O John Cheatham Representative of Hi-Y B ob Ga ston Representative of Senior Class. Shirley Sue Gordon Representative of Senior Class. Erma Pearse Representative of Senior Class. Dorothy Henderson Representative of Pep Club Martha Rose Representative of Pep Club Savoy Snider Representative of Junior Class Mareta Brown Representative of Junior Class Johnnie Mae Hendricks Representative of Junior Class Paula Pedroja Representative of G. R. Virginia Packard Representative of F. H. A. Howard Worley Representative of F. F. A. -me -. :Mr-'-' 5 Lv it -'Eff l. ,rs . .T i' ' f-4-, r""'NN 1 XSS? aff f '-QT' '-fs! C ,J 'CSV EIIIEE RESERVE Under the direction of Miss Velma Vlcek and Miss Rosamond Morris, the Eureka High School had their G.R. Club this year. A large percentage of the girls of E.H.S. affiliate this organization. Meetings are held each week. The G.R. had charge of a few of the concessions at the football games this year to raise funds, and also sold Tuberculosis bonds. Two big affairs of this season, sponsored by the G.R., were the Father-Daughter Chili Feed, and the Mother Daughter Tea. ,. Q Q "' 'u -5 . . 'T 'NJ l G. R. SENIOR CABINET. Left to Right, FRONT ROW: Shirley Sue Gordon, Sec.g Pat Leader, Treas.g Ila Mae Barnes, Vice-Pres., Jeaneene Fischer, President. BACK ROW: Pat Seward, Publicity Chairmang Winifred Miller, Social Chairman: Martha Rose, Music Chairman: Judy Meredith, Service Chairman, Eleanor Connon, Program Chairman, Mary Sta rne r , Devotional Chairman. J -1 3 YJ C7 159' l Z? 2.1 G. R. JUNIOR CABINET. Left to Right, FRONT ROW: Sue Baird, Treas.g Anita Shaw, Sec., Janice Farmer, Vice-Pres.g Paula Pedroja, Pres. BACK ROW: Dorothy Martin, Service Chairmang Sue Straight, Music Chairmang Eleanor Hedges, Social Chairmang Phyllis LeVieux, Publicity Chairman: Jeanne Campbell, Devotional Chairman. 34 HI-Y Clllll l and community high create, maintain, and extend throughout the schoo PURPOSE: To standards of Christian character. PLATFORM: Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living. The Hi-Y Club of E.H.S. hada very full and prosperous year with a larger membership than any other Hi-Yclub in South East Kansas. Under the leadership of SinClair Orendorff, sponsor, and Jerry Steele, President, the club feels that they have made worthwhile ' '- P e and Platform. , achievements in carrying out the H1 Y urpos his The year had an excellent "send off" with an informal party around a campfire. T enthusiasm continued in existance through bi-monthly meetings, service projects, father- son chilifeed,monthly group attendance to local churches, joint activities with G.R., ' th hile activities. attending Hi-Y conferences, play nights and other wor W HI-Y CABINET t ggi, to M mqim '2 v , W infix sims- Q OW Bob McCue Jerry Steele Presidentg Wallace Hoffman, Bill Left to Right, FRONT R : , , Hartman, Vice President, Don Henderson. BACK ROW: John Green, Wendell Jacobs, d ff S onsor. Sec.g Bob Gaston, Bob Dettmer, Treas.3 Stanley Marshall, Mr. Oren or , p 35 m M M - . 2 KM ,--.L. - mlm-, 7, , li P-'V ' ' , rulunr Huwllmluuzs or Amnmm A 46,00 NE NO l The Future Homemakers ofAmerica is composed of chartered state associations, which I f in turn are made up of chapters in junior and senior high schools offering homemaking. f The pupils enrolled in homemaking and those who have been so enrolled and are still in school, constitute the active membership. Provision is made for four active membership degrees of achievement and for associate membership. The officers of each unit of the Future Homemakers of America are elected annually. The F.H.A. is self supporting. Operating nationally on IOC a year member dues. Dues for state associations and chapters are fixed by the unit. The colors for the F.H.A. are red and white, the flower is the red rose and the motto, "Toward New Horizons." y, i F.H.A. is a new organization in March 1944 the initial plans were layed for the organi'- , zation. In June, 1948 there were 6,108 chapters and 237,133 members in 47 states. One of the most outstanding events that the members enjoyed as a chapter was the trip ll to the district 5 convention in Pittsburg, Kansas. About 20 members represented the Eureka chapter. Our chapter now has a membership of 57 members. The chapter is also supported by two mother advisors, Mrs. Cecil Ward and Mrs. Glenn Klein. The chapter advisor is the Home T Economics teacher, Iviiss Allen. l J sv M F. H. A. CABINET FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Anne Hillman, .Tohnnie Mae Hendricks, Virginia Packard, Peggy Murphy, Freda Davis. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Miss Allen, Louise Reider, Thelma Hudson, Mary French, Ida Belle Reich, Marilyn Lobel. 36 - ff. -3'-1' I T r -xlx fylhl if 2 R ", Nl G' .116 'T' ails ,S 7' ' f 1 " ' f x, QI AQU' .- Wir' r R 3' ,, .f ,. . . THE EMBLEM The National Emblem of the Future Farmers of America is significant and meaningful in every detail. Used by members in all recognized units of the organi zation, it is made up of five symbols: The owl, which is symbolic of wisdom and knowledge, the plow, which is the symbol of labor and tillage of the soilg and the rising sun which is emblematic of progress and the new day that will dawn when all farmers are trained and have learned to cooperate.All of which are withinthe cross section of an ear of corn which represents common agricultural interests since corn is native to America and grown in every state. The eagle which surmounts the cross section of the ear of corn is indicative of the national scope of the organization Upon the face of the emblem appear also the words "Vocational Agriculture" and the letters "F.F.A." '-5 2' Q sa 'H 1 KJ' V Y s I N t F. F. A. CABINET ' Left to Right: FRONT ROW: Lyle Olson, Treasg Bob Agard, Sec.g Merle Braden, Vice-Pres.3 Frank Gaines, Sentinal. BACK ROW: Mr. Breed, Sponsor, Don Bratton, Reporter, Howard Worley, Pres. 37 -L BAND PERSONNEL CLARINETS: S. Gordon, J. Havvthorne, J. Green, M. Rose, J. Farmer, N. Biles, M Cooper, J. Downing, B. Braden, P. Eckles. FLUTES: I. Meredith, A. Shaw, N. Crebo TROMBONES: T. Webb, D. Reed, H. Breech. FRENCH HORNS: P. Lopp, G. Close, M Haugh. SAXOPHONES: I Steele, B. Hartman TRUMPETS' S. Evanson I Downin . . . , . g R. Ailor, L. Gamblain, F. Farr, .T.L. Hawthorne. BARITONES: W. Hoffman. SOUSA- PHONE: H. Voelmeck, T. Logan, PERCUSSION: Pugh, S. Myers, B. Gaston, K Morrison, C. Cross. BELLS: N. Teichgraeber. The band this year is a small but mighty group, and has done a lot to keep up the school pep. They play for football and basketball games, pep assemblies, and the Tri-Valley and Music Festival. Much of the credit is due Mr. Wheat for his fine work with the band this year. T WIR LERS Left to Right: S. Straight, E. Hedges, R. Harding, D. Knizley, S. Marchbanks, P. LeVieux. ' L Y I IL efrlgp 1 'Wim -i I Mgr' W4 UUQ- I ', A 1 mgiwrfl I . 'f l ,' .i . , " . - V l - - :- ',,' "i ' "fl , 5- " "P, ,- V .Q-?f"f, ,, ffiifl 1 4'-if V A C it C - 38 a o MIXHI CHURIIB Left to Right, FRONT ROW: S. Nlarchbanks, S. Wallace, G. Dimick,A. Shaw, I. Barnes, M. Branstetter, J. Fischer, W. Iviiller, J. Hawthorne, J. Evanson, F. Criswell, C. Criswell, G. P P dro'a C Gaffney M S Rose SECOND ROW: J. Francis, S. Sturgeon, E. Lewis, . e J , . , . . . Downing, D. Martin, M. Vaughn, P.Murphy, V. Morris, M. Polhamus, B. Sharp, J. .Hender- son, B. Russell, J. Green, R. Brice, B. Beal, T. Webb,V. Hinson, P. Mcllvain, J. Farmer, B Raber. THIRD ROW: P. Seward, T. Teichgraeber, P. Hodgson, P. Lopp, D. Henderson, J. Sharp, J. Steele, A. Leonard, J. Church, A. Love, D. Crebo, D. Worrell, P. LeVieux, E. Hedges, S. Straight. FOURTH ROW: R. Harding, D. Brazil, J. McMenamy, J. Hawthorne, R. Francis, J. Dochow, R. Gaston, B. Braden, D. Cheatham, K. Kennedy, T. Logan, B. McCue M Rose, E. Cannon. FIFTH ROW Dettmer, B: Hart, D. Henderson, B. Prather, J. Sears, K. Morrison. BACK ROW: T. Pomrankey, W. Scott, D. Bratton, J. Burke, C. Brenton, D. Dennis, D. LeVieux, J. Cheatham, : C. Rader, J. Brice, W. Hoffman, J. James, B. D. Day, S. Evanson. This group is entered into enthusiastically by a large number of high school students. It has sung for the Christmas program, Tri-Valley and Music Festival, and other programs whenever called upon. This group is under the able direction of Mr. T.D. Wheat. fin Left to Right, FRONT ROW: C. Criswell, J.L. Hawthorne, F. Criswell, J. Evanson. SEC- OND ROW: B. Sharp, W. Hoffman, B. Braden, T. Logan, R. Brice, J. Henderson, J. Green, G. Francis, B. Beal, K. Kennedy, D. Cheatham, J. Dochow, Mr. T.D. Wheat, instructor, A. Shaw, accompanist. THIRD ROW: D.Bratton, D.LeVieux, C. Brenton, D. Day, J. Cheatham, J. James, B. Dettmer, B. Hart, D. Henderson, B. Prather, R. Francis, B. McCue. BACK ROW: D. Dennis, W. Scott, J. Burke, B. Russell, K. Morrison, B. Gaston, J. Sears, D. Worrell, J. Steele, A. Leonard, J. Sharp, Under Mr. Wheat's direction, the Boys' Glee Club developed into a fine and talented group. They made a fine showing at the Music Festival in Emporia this year. 39 lr ,-- . ILL , L , ISIIHS lilll lllllli Goal 'L xg 1 L .- X -M- fr .- 'I b .1 T -5 -Pg , U 'V Left to Right, FRONT ROW: I. Rawlings, S. Straight, J. Farmer,S. Sturgeon, M. Rose, M. S. Rose, W. Miller, .J. Fischer, I. Barnes, M. Vaughn. SECOND ROW: P. Pedroja, V. Hinson, P. Hodgson, M. Branstetter, S. Wallace, A. Carrington, B. Fisher, J. Dennett, B. Robinson, L. Starkey, G. Dirnick. BACK ROW: J. Bumgardner, E. Burris, P. LeVieux, Helen Hughes, D. Brazil, D. Henderson, P. Lopp, M. Olson, V. Morris, P. Murphy, Donna Gray, Instructor. The officers of this group are: President, Winifred Millerg Vice-President, Martha Roseg Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Henderson, Reporter, Jeaneene Fischer, Librarians, Sheila Sturgeon and Helen Hughes. 00 'L it A L 'J 'ZF . 7? r Left to Right, FRONT ROW: J. Polhamus, B. Miller, E. Roby, E. Hedges, J. Brizendine, T. Teichgraeber, D. Edwards, D. Martin, J. Downing, S. Marchbanks, J. Hellman. SECOND ROW: Donna Gray, Instructor, M. Pickens, J. Colvin, F. Cloyd, N. Stanfield, J. Brice, M. French, L. Reider, M. Hughes, C. Hillman, E. Barrier, N. Montgomery, M. Hellman. BACK ROW: P. Dunn, A. Shaw, C. Rader, M. Myers, T. Hudson, W. Kunkle, L. Lewis, J. Campbell, K. Williams, P. Mcllvain, B. Raber, E. Lewis, T. Webb. The officers of this group are: President, Lola Belle Lewis, Vice-President, Eleanor Hedgesg Secretary-Treasurer, Jay Polhamusg Reporter, Jeanne Campbell, Librarians, Anita Shaw and Joan Downing. H Due to the large turn-out of girls interested in group singing, Miss Gray, our very capable voice teacher, divided the girls into two groups called the Monday-Wednesday Group and the Tuesday-Thursday Group. They sang for school Programs and the Music Festival. 40 I SENIBHS i 4 A H' j.ll.?'T" T' 'ff H v CHOIR. FRONT ROW: P. Pedroja, J. Farmer, S. Wallace, S. Sturgeon, P. Murphy M Vaughn, J. Fisher, M. Branstetter, I. Barnes, I. Marchbanks, T. Teichgraeber. SECOND ROW: S. Straight, M. Rose, V. Henson, A. Carrington, M.S. Rose, E. Cannon, W. Nhller V. Morris, E. Hedges, P. Seward, .T. Downing, I. Hellman, P. Hodgson. BACK ROW I Bumgardner, P. LeVieux, H. Hughes, B. Miller, E. Roby, A. Shaw,L. Lewis, .T. Campbell D. Martin, P. McIlvain, T. Webb, G. Dimick, Miss Gray, Director. -J. .Q' 1-, . " Q X tr f Fl GIRLS' TRIPLE-TRIO i tl Anita Shaw. Teresa Teiclglu Afjleft to TRIO Seated left t? miilliller, Standing left to rrfene Vaaixrtha Rose, Mary Starnes ixisersrlglietter, PeSgYrt1IiuE1p,l,YQ,131E?garet ghn' Mary Elleri Fischer, Janice Falimefi, F:iTrnPaniS12- Rose, Paula Pedrop' C V 41 .. '23 F' -, cg 'Pt' cv ., M "BROTHER GOOSE' presented by the Jr. Class. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bill Hartman, Ruth Harding, .Teaneene Fisher, Don LeVieux, Carol Cross, Gertrude Dimick. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Miss Nelson, Directory Shelia Sturgeon, Dean Dennis, Judy Meredith, Irlene Rawlings, Dorothy Henderson. Don LeVieux . . . fasj . . Jeff Dean Dennis . . . truck driver Jeaneene Fischer ..... Peggy Judy Meredith . . . . . Sarah Ruth Harding ..... . Eve Dorothy Henderson. . . . Lenore Bill Hartman . . . Wes Sheila Sturgeon . .... Helen Carol Cross . . . Carol Irlene Rawlings . . . Mrs. Trirnrner Gertrude Dimick . . Hy -1 ' .4 if F 75 i7.k't, it " ., It "iq, N V44 . , 7 X! . . - , - t x 1411-.. ,. 11+ f f if l , . y h viii ,I , , af: so . , li. U5 ' -' 25 W ,I , V ' ' -' ry . 4 iv V V' 'w Y iff: A 5 "SPRING FEVER' presented by the Senior Class. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Winifred Niiller, Patricia Seward, Carol Forbes, Martha Rose, Billie Miller, ' Eleanor Cannon, Miss Nelson, Director. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Kenneth Morrison, Bob Gaston, Bob Miller, Howard Worley, Bill James, Jerry Steele. 1 Carol Forbes . Qasl . . Anne Purcell Jerry Steele .... Howard Brant Eleanor Cannon .... Lou Herron Bill James . . . . . . Ed Burns Winifred Miller . . . Vivian George Bob Iviiller .... . . Vic Lewis Patricia Seward . . . Phoebe Purcell Kenneth Morrison . . Mr. Purcell Martha Rose . . . . Aunt Maude Robert Gaston . . . .Prof. Bean Billie Nliller . . Mrs. Spangler 42 Howard Worley . . Dr. Dixon l 'F HJ, place Regional l Tournament. :S t place Invitational Bas- tball Tournament. J 1" J-lug? lst place Tri-Valley- -- T 1 -- Basketball. TH lll I II 'T I llmllllllllll T if-T BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 'H Madison Eureka 40 E A g 0 Q -5 Augusta Eureka 40 Pgw A-1441 ' Neodesha Eureka 36 w w- , h - -ff Cherryvale Eureka 34 1 V 4 3 I Humboldt Eureka 54 4 Burlington Eureka 43 , Af. A Fredonia Eureka 31 ' 'T--U gl: Garnett Eureka 45 5 'lxw' Yates Center Eureka 45 Cherryvale Eureka 48 Neodesha Eureka 38 Augusta Eureka 37 Humboldt Eureka 52 Burlington Eureka 42 Fredonia Eureka 39 Garnett Eureka 41 Emporia Eureka Z9 Yates Center Eureka 50 s is I Znd place T ri-Valley-Foot- ball. 1. 4 PH' lllllli l E-U-R-E-K-A EUREKA!! I N l The Pep Club 'started off the year under the able supervision l of Mrs. Foyer and Miss Ware. The Pep Club attended all the football l games and performed during half-time at some of the games. At the beginning of the year the club elected the following Y officers: Pres. Martha Rose5Vice-Pres. Dorothy l-lendersong Sec.- ly Treas. Sheila Sturgeong Reporter lla Barnesg Student Council Repre- xy sentatives Martha Rose and Dorothy Henderson. To lead the Pep y Club in yells, the school chose Winifred Miller, Helen Hughes, Nl Eleanor Cannon, Sally Snider, and Johnnie Hendricks as cheer leaders. During the basketball season the Pep Club came out to cheer the boys "on to victory." The club attended the Regional Tournament and a great many members were able to attend the State Tourna- ' a to back the boys. ments at Salin r 44 , i l , pw clun . Left to Right, FRONT ROW' J B . . umgarclner, M. Branstetter, D. Brazil, M. Brown, V. Dean, P. Watson, F. Davis, M. Burton, A. Shaw, C. Gaffney, T. Teichgraeber. SECOND ROW: B. Troll, J. Hawthorne, M.E. Brenton, J. Colvin, P. Leader, G. Samuels, J. Tomlinson, B. Raber, B. Miller, M.E. Brown, V. Packard, J. Farmer, G. Klein. BACK ROW: M.E. French, L. Reider, R. Harding, D. Spain, J. O'Neil, P. M I ' ' c lvain, V. Black, E. Lewis, E. Barrier, T. Hudson, N. Montgomery, M. Hughes, C. Farbes. Left to Right, FRONT ROW' S Stur e J . . g on, . Campbell, C. Rader, J. Brizen dine, P. Seward, L. Miller, D. Edwards, D. Martin, J. Downing, S. Marchbanks i J. Hellman, J. Fischer. SECOND ROW: M. Rose, S. Straight, S. Baird, E , Hedges, P. LeVieux, N. Stanfield, S. Wallace, J. Meredith, M. Hellman, I Barnes, M. Rose, M. Starner, I. Rawlings. BACK ROW: E. Burris, E. Roby V. Morris, M. Polhamus, J. Brice, P. Crumrine, P. Lopp, D. Henderson, P Hodgson, P. Ped ' ' 1"0Ja, M. Loebel, I. Reich. 45 1 Q '13 lH Q, . A fi! X F Sa . 5 , . 2 Pill 2 . gf--fire' any .f . ' 'Q ' . 1' ' fl ...AJ 131' 'D7U"l7 , II II :I ,I ,A .. I :X I I .1 .. ,,, - ' ' 'lm' ,,, , . ' . .A if-,J 'jf' 1 2 jj l,I7g!,.1-wel, I WI l ,, , ' ' Wav I .. ."'-'H i " Y f: - ' ,. ,I , ,- - I :,.- ,I ' ' x . , J' ' I .4 'f'3ls4.QaI,..I I ...n ' If '-1 Wlfv- ," 1' . I S, , V -C -'-h.I:',il, . H' ' I1-H' II, -"- "il -, l 21" 'I Q I - Tv - ' 0 - - -r', ' -' 'A "7Mi:f 'ff 15 '-1 lgrw M. l'ei'Uf". 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'Yum gt Lv t ' fi 1' -Aix ' if .Q..u,l,.a.1.. I . H , . ,"S.".--,.,- I 2 .Q Lf. .,,- "-" , ,- . . '- ,' n 5, X 'hat gaty Q, , Su ' "iff Jig. ' ia.. ' A . g'5b1is-W f. g4gg?'3fC'Q't::4 V H 5371 Howard Worley Tackle - ,,s, . C 7 6 6 Z0 O Z5 26 0 7 6 " 0 7 0 13 0 34 0 7 c . 1 1. a p Eff 4: rf - ,""' I. - I Y 54' ' Y H ualllc . - -,M AV . h I -' 'L"'AF"Jx1"n ' ""'fl .v - I , 7, f -V " ?"7 F I . 1 3. W . K :fart ,437 A .5 -Y. 3- vi A X ix .- s. A .- an-'.i.,l 1 4, . I . Q . , . ,H 'l u . .-re fx T21 B' A 4 D on L eVieux End 47 y X , I 1 J I L r 'X 5 . ' :ilk ' O .Tack Dochow Back 'i Left to Right, FRONT ROW: J. Dochow, J. Evanson, F. Bumgardner,B. Hartman, R. Ailor B. Weatherbee, J. Broddle, F. Criswell, J.L. Hawthorne, D. Dennis. SECOND ROW: Mr. John Clement, Principal, B. Beal, D. Cheatham, J. Jeffreys, D. Day, C. Kennedy, J. Newby F. Gaines,B. Dotts, J. Dochow, J. Sears, D. Whipple. THIRD ROW: L. McAnally, J. Steele C. Chastain, D. Henderson, L. Murphy, B. McCue, R. Francis, D. Vanhaverbeke, J. Sharp J. Pugh, B. Sharp, W.C. Kampschroeder. FOURTH ROW: Coach Lawrence Blair, J Henderson, S. Snider, D. LeVieux, M. Burtin, J. Cooper, D. Pugh, R. Ball, H. Worley, B James, J. Cheatham, D. Culbertson, Assistant Coach "Swede" Erickson. FIFTH ROW Mgr. J. James, W. Elliott, E. Ball, G. Stringer, S. Evanson, R. Gaines, J. Cook, B. Hughes J. Francis, T. Tucker, J. Webb. The athletics this year under the able supervision of Coach Lawrence - Blair and Oscar "Swede" Erickson turned out to be a successful year but heartbreaking in some instances. . i In football this year their were five fellows who made the all Tri- Valley first team and three who made honorable mention, first team, Don Henderson, end: Dale Culbertson, guard, Savoy Snider, center, Jerry Steele, halfg Ron Ball, fullback, Hon- orable mentiong Bill James, Bob McCue, and ,Dwain Vanhaverbeke. This year proved to be a success- ful year for the 13 senior lettermen who have played their last of football for "Ole EHS!" In basketball this year we came offto good start by defeating 12 teams before unlucky 13 came up, Neodesha beating us one point. Coach Blair and "Swede" except to lead us on to the state this year. Seven men on the basketball squad are seniors five of them being starters. 1 M' .iraff 48 SPIIIHS Regional Champs receive their trophy. Off to State. Off to Salina with a hearty yell. L WZ 1 Xwvw llll-VAIHYII Nl gag gf- Q 'HSE Wg' M1 ' , . all FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Donnie Henderson: Mike Vanhaverbeke, Bob Dettmer, Bob McCue, Dale Culbertson. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Coach, Lawerence Blair, Savoy Snider, Wendell Jacobs, Jerry Steele, John Cheatham, Jack Cooper, Asst. Coach, "Swede" Erickson. . REA' MEA, , , xx ,VqRf,f4 8 4 'QREIJ QREL, , FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Vanhaverbeke, D. Henderson, S. Snider, W. Jacobs, B. Dettmer, J. Cheatham, J. Cooper, D. Culbertson, B. McCue, J. Steele. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Principal, Mr. Clement: Supt., Mr. Kampschroederg T. Pomranky, L. Murphy, A. Leonard, J. Sears, D. Day, D. LeVieux, S. Marshall, J. Henderson, J. Sharp, J. Broddle,Asst. Coach, "Swede" Erickson. BACK ROW, Left to Right: M. Burton, Manager, J. Evenson, G. Stringer, C. Wassel, D. Jordahl, J. James, C. Cooper, J. Dochow, D. Whipple, J. Cook, J.L. Hawthorne, Coach, Lawerence Blair. 50 Wendell Jacob I.. gl J Q - 4... IHAIIK SIIIIAII we if X I 1 K X ' rw 2 ,, Q L5 Ba EP: lg V 1' Q -J .ef . al .. t, 15 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: G. Stewart, F. Criswell, J. Jeffries, W. Wygle, H. Troll, S. Evanson, J. Webb, J. Evanson, J. Broddle, J.L. Hawthorne, D. Criswell, M. Egan, L. Thorne, F. Bumgardner, D. Whipple, A. Leonard. SECOND ROW: CoachBlair, D. Culbertson, S. Snider, J. Steele, B. James, B. Dotts, D. Pugh, D. Vanhaverbeke, W. Jacobs, B. Dettmer, D. Hender- son, L. Murphy, R. Francis, C. Brenton, M. Burton, Asst. Coach Erickson. THIRD ROW: B. Beal, H. Worley, J. Cheatham, R. Gaines, R. Russell, B . Russell, J. Cooper, K. Kennedy, D. Cheatham, D. LeVieus, D. Day J. Sears, S. Marshall, C. Cooper, J. James, H. Breech. FOURTH ROW: F. Gaines, G. Stringer, W. Hoffman, P. Johnson, J. Cook, S. Wassell J. Newby, D. Jordahl, C. Troll, J. Dochow, J. Burke, J. Henderson, J. Duchow, B. Hughes, D. Dennis. NOT PICTURED: B. McCue, C. Chastain, C. Huntington, T. Pomranky. - A large number of boys from each class made up this year's track squad. The Track Team made a fine showing this year under the able coaching of Coach Blair and Asst. Coach Erickson. 52 I l Allll Al H0 llll SIHIIHY -. . V " -lk f-.uvv -- f' in-. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Winifred Miller, Dorothy Knizley, Carol Forbes, Patricia Seward, Ila Mae Barnes, Shirley Sue Gordon. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Wallace Hoffman, Kenneth Morrison, Bob Miller, Bob Dettmer, Wendell Jacobs, Bill James. These seniors were elected to the National Honor Society for '48-'49, Each year fifteen percent of the graduating class is elected to membership in this society by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. 53 REPIHSE IAHVE SHIRE IS V l --.. 1 i Carol Forbes S Jerry Steele Shirley Gordon Wendell Jacobs :Ln L, l' P lil l fm 'if r f .- fs- i X, . ,L , P Pegg l iw " l ., .t Q 'fill " QQLL S Bob Mc Cue Martha Sue Rose Bill James Ila Iviae Barnes Eight students, four boys and four girls, were elected as representatvie students of Eureka High. The Student Council drew up a preliminary list of seniors to be voted on by the entire student body on the basis of personality, citizenship, leadership and service. It is customary that three boys and three girls be elected each year as representative students of EHS, but this year four boys and four girls were elected because of a very close vote. 54 S1 IIIR ACTIVITIES GENERAL COURSE ARY ANN BRANSTETTER .R. l,2,3,45 Library Staff 15 A Cappella Choir 45 lee Club l,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Pep Club ,45 F.H.A. 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Photography Club 2. ATRICIA SEWARD nnual Staff4, Editor-in-Chief 45 G.R. 1,2,3,45 G.R. abinet 2,45 Library Staff 15 A Cappella Choir 45 lee Club 2,35 Music Festival 2,3,45 Science Club 25 ep Club 2,3,45 Proctor 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Mixed horus 3,4 ANNE RUNYAN G.R. 1,2,3,45 LibraryStaff25 Pep Club 35 Proctor 4. WALLACE SCOTT Hi-Y 1,253.45 Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 3.4. GLADYS SAMUELS G.R. l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Music Festival 1,25 Pep Club 45 F.H.A. 4. CHAS. E. BRENTON Track l,2,3,45 "En Club 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 H1-Y Cabinet 35 Glee Club 2,3,45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Science Club 25 F.F.A. 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 ILA MAE BARNES Annual Staff 4, Asst. Editor 45 G.R. 1,2,3,45 G.R. Cabinet 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Glee Club l.2,3.45MusicFestival l,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3, 45StudentCouncil 35C1assPlay 35 MixedChorus2,3,4. JOHN CHEATHAM Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 H Eu Club 3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45Glee Club l,2,3,45 Music Festival 3,45 Pep Club 15 Student Council 4. LOLA BELLE LEWIS G.R. 3,45 A Cappella Choir 45 Glee Club 3,45 Music Festival 3,45 Pep Club 45 F.H.A. 4. JOAN SNIDER G.R. l,2,3,45 Library Staff 25 Pep Club l,3,4 Proctor 45 F.H.A. 4. RON BALL Basketball 15 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,35"EH Club 2,3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Music Festival 2,35 F.F.A. 3. BILLIE TROLL G.R. 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 F.H.A. 4, Treas. 4. CLAYTON ROCKHILL Track 35 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Glee Club 45 F.F.A. 3,4 Pres. 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. JACK DOCHOW Football 45 "En Club 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Music Festival 4 BEVERLY POMRANKY G,R. 15 A CappellaChoir15 Band 15 Orchestra 15 Glee Club 15 Transferred to Houghton Lake 15 Transferred back 4. MARY ELLEN BRENTON G.R. 1,2,3,45 Science Club 25 Pep Club 45 F.H.A. 4. HELEN HUGHES Class Officer 3, Sec.-Treas. 35 G.R. 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 15 GleeCHub 1,2,3,45 Vice-Pres. 35 MusicFesti- val 1,2,3,45 PepClubl,3,4, Cheerleader 45Proctor 4. BILL SHARP Annual Staff 25 Football 1,2,3,45 H EH Club 3,45 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,45 Class Play L NORA JOYCE WILSON G.R. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 45 F H.A. 4. RICHARD FRANCIS Basketball 2,3.45 Football 35 Track 2,3,45 "EH Club 3,45 Hi-Y 45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. LOREN MC ANELLY Basketball l,2,35 Football l,2,3,45 Track l,2,35 Class Officer 2, Vice-Pres. 25 U EU Club 45 Hi-Y l,2,45 Glee Club 35 Music Festival 3. INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE PAUL BRAND Basketball 1,25 Football 1,25 Hi-Y 1,22 Band 15 Glee Club 1,25 Music Festival 1,2. GENERAL COURSE fCont.2 BOB MILLER Track 1,35 Class Officer 2, Pres. 25 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Music Ensembles 25 Science Club 15 Class Play 3,45 F.F.A. 35 Mixed Chorus 2. ALLEN C..LOVE Hi-Y 45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Music Festival l,2,3,4. LYLE OLSON Hi-Y 45 F.F.A. 3,45 Treas. 3,4. DON HENDERSON Basketball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 4, Program Chairman 45 "En Club 3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 2,3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Music Festival 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,4. JACKIE BUMGARDNER G.R. 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Music Festival l,2,3,45 Pep Club 25 F.H.A. 45 Mixed Chorus 2,4. DONALD D. BRATTON Track 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,45 F.F.A. 4, Reporter 45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4. PEGGY ROBERTS Transferred from Toronto 25 G.R. 2,3,45 Pep Club 35 Proctor 3,4 PEGGY MURPHY G.R. 1,2,3,45 A Cappella Choir 1,49 Glee Club 1,3,45 Music Festival 1,3545 Music Ensembles 1,3,45 Pep Club 1,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Mixed Chorus 1,3,4. JUDY ARGUELLES G.R. l,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Music Festival 15 Pep Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 4. BOB LEADER Hi-Y 15 Library Staff 15 Science Club 1. BOB AGARD Basketball 15 Football 15 Track 25 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Library Staff 15 F.F.A.-4, Sec. 4. MARVIN BURTIN , Football 3,45 Track 45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 35 F.F.A. 3, Vice-Pres. 35 H En Club 45 Basketball Mgr. 4. JACK PUGH Annual Staff 2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Football 2,3,4 Track 2,35 H En Club 3,45Hi-Y 45 Band 153,45 Orches- tra l,35 Music Festival l,3,45 Student Council 45 Camera Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2. DON WORRELL Football 2,35 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,4Z F.F.A. 3. JACK O. WEBB Veteran of World War II. BETTY LOU FISHER G.R. 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 4. VIRGINIA DEAN G.R. 1,45 Orchestra 15 Pep Club 4. VIRGINIA LEE PACKARD Annual Staff 45 G.R. 1,2,3,45 G.R. Cab. 2 Worship Chair. 25 Glee Club 1,25 Music Festival 1,25 Pep Club 3,45 Student Council 45 F H.A. 4, Pres. M Mixed Chorus l,2,35 Transferred from Ottawa 3. BILLIE MILLER G.R. 45 A CappellaChoir45 Glee Club 45 Music Festi- val 45 Pep Club 45 Class Play 45 Transferred from Wichita 3. MERLE SOULE Hi-Y l,2,3. BILL PRATHER Basketball 15 Football l,2,35 Hi-Y 152,45 Glee Club l,3,45 Music Festival 45 Science Club 2. JAMES TAYLOR Library Staff 32 BETTY HARBOUR G.R. 3,45 Transferred from Clearwater 3. Sl Illll ACTIVITIES COLMERCIAL COURSE PHYLLIS ANN HOOVER Glee Club 15 Music Festival 15 Music Ensembles 15 Pep Club I5 F.H.A. 4. SHIRLEY SUE GORDON Class Officer 1, Pres. 15 G.R. l,2,3,45 Sec.-Treas 2.3.45 Orchestra 152,35 Band l,2,3,45 Music En- sembles 35 Student Council 4 DOROTHY KNIZLEY G.R. 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,4, Twirler 35 Drum MaJ0r 45 Music Festival l,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Proctor 4. ERMA PEARSE G.R. 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,35 Music Festival 2,35 Pep Club 2.3.45 Student Council 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Transferred from Climax 3. ALICE CARRINGTON G.R. 253,45 Library Staff 45 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Music Festival 2.3.45 Music En- sembles 2.3.45 Mixed Chorus 2.3.4 HELEN PARKS G.R. 2,3,45 Library Staff 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Music Festival 2.3.4. MARGARET FELTER G.R. l,2,3.4 LETHA STARKEY G.H. l,2,4: Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,25 Pep Club 45 F.H.A. 4. PHYLLIS JOYCE ROSE G.R. 1,2,3.45 A Cappella Choir l,3,45 Band 15 Or- chestra 1,25 Glee Club 1,35 Music Festival l.2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2.3,45 Music Ensembles l,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 F.H.A. 4. HELEN VOELMECK G.R. l,2.3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 1.2.35 Music Festival 2, 3. JOAN TOMLINSON G.R. l,2,3,45 Pep Club 45 F.H.A. 4. NEVA SKICAMMON G.R. 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Music Festival l. ROMONA CHURCHMAN G.R. 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 35 A Cappella Choir 45 Glee Club 1,3,45 Music Festival l,3,45 F.H.A. M Mixed Chorus 4. PATRICIA BROOKS G.R. 1,25 GleeClub 1.25 Music Festival 1,25 F,H.A.4. DRUCILLA SMITH G.R. 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,253.45 Music Festival l,2,35 Pep Club 1.2.35 Mixed Chorus 4. DOROTHEA SPAIN G.R. l,2.3,45 Library Staff 43 Pep Club 4. MARTHA ROSE Annual Staff 45 G.R. 1,2,3,45 G.R. Cabinet 2,45 A Cappella Choir l,2,3,45 Band l,2,35 Orchestra l,2, 35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Music Festival l,2,3,45 Girl's Trio 45 Pep Club 3,4, Pres. 45 Student Council 45 Class Play 3,45 Sextette 1.2.35 Triple Trio 45 Mixed Chorus 3. 4. BESSIE SMITH LEWIS G.R. 2,3,4. PRE-ENGINEERING COURSE WENDELL JACOBS Basketball l,2,3,45 Football 15 Track l,2.3,45 Class Officer l,3, Vice-Pres. 1, Pres. 35 "E"Club 3,4 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 45 Music Festival Q Mixed Chorus 3. WM. THOMAS JAMES Transferred from Mt. Calvary, Wis. 35 Football 45 Track 3,45 Class Officer 4, Pres. 45 "E"Clnb 3,4 COLLEGE PREP COURSE ROBERT GASTON Class Officer 45 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 2,45 L brary Staff 15 Band l,2,3,45 Captain 45 Orchestra Glee Club 2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Scien Club 1,25 Student Council 45 Class Play 3,45 Mix Chorus 3,4. WALLACE HOFFMAN Annual Staff 25 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 45 Ban l,2,3,45 Orchestra 2.3.45 Glee Club l,2,45 Musi Festival l,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Mixed Choru 2.3.4 BILL BRADEN Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 45 Glee Clu 3,45 Music Festival 1,2.3,45 Science Club 25 Mixe Chorus 3,4 ELEANOR CANNON Annual Staff 45 G.R. 1,253.45 G.R. Cabinet 45 Li- brary Staff 15 A Cappella Choir M Band 1,25GleeClub 35 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,4. Cheerleader 45 Proctor 45 Class Play 45 Mixed Chorus 3.4. V BOBMCCUE Basketball l,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Truck l,2,3.M Class Officer 1.4, Vice-Pres. 45 "E"Club 2,3,45 Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 2.3.45 Glee Club 2.3.45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Student Council 25 Mixed Chorus 2.3.4. JERRY STEELE i Annual Staff 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 H EH Club l,2,3.45 Hi-Yl,2,3,45 Mi-Y Cabinet 2,3,4, President 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Boy's Quartet 25 Student Council l,2,35 Class Play 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 BOB DETTMER Annual Staff 3, Business Manager 35 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Football 35 Track 3,45 Class Officer 4, Sec.- Treas. 45 "E"Club 3,45 Hi-Y l.2,3,45 Hi-Y Cabinet 2.3.45 Treas. 45 Band 15 Glee Club 35 Music Festival 35 Science Club 25 Student Council 4, Sec. 45 Mixed Chorus 3,4 MIKE VANHAVERBEKE Basketball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,M U EH Club 2.3.45 Glee Club 15 Music Festival 1. BILL HART Football 2.35 Class Officer 25 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Music Festival 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,4 BOBBIE CAROL FORBES Annual Staff 1,25 G.H. l,2,3,45 G.R. Cabinet 1,1 Pres. 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