Eureka High School - Le Memoir Yearbook (Eureka, KS)
- Class of 1948
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To Mr. Cecil O. Ward our teacher, helper, and friend, this
1948 Tornado is respectfully dedicated. During the six years
that Mr. Ward has taught in Eureka High School he has
proved to be a teacher who is always willing to help students.
fellow teachers, and school organizations in whatever capacity
he may be called upon to serve.
In appreciation of this fine service this dedication is made.
BOARD UF ED
Left to right:
Mr. F. B. Steele, Mr. C. E. Betsher, retiring President: Mr. H. G. Willoughby, Clerk: Mr
O. K. Cornett, President: Mr. M. L. Paul, Vice President: and Mr. E. E. Iacobs. A
Eureka is fortunate in having a Board of Education who are intensely interested in the
educational progress of Eureka Public Schools. They are to be congratulated upon their
vision and forward look.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Mr. W. C. Kampschroeder during more than a decade of
service in the Eureka School system has demonstrated that
he ranks high as a school administrator. He is admired by all
with whom he works for his insight into school and community
problems and his willingness and ability in helping to solve
During the past year, together with the Board of Education,
he has ably supervised the construction of the new addition
to the high school building, a project which he has long de-
sired, and which is now cz reality.
Miss Lela Mae Hart, secretary to the superintendent of
schools and the Board of Education, is completing her second
year in the office. Efficient and willing to work. Lela Mae is
to be commended for her services to E.H.S.
"IN WE GO"
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Mr. U. H. Budd has been in the Eureka school system for six years. The past three years
he has be n principal of the Senior High School. During his administration he has proved
his ability s an administrator and teacher by his sound counsel and high quality leader-
ship. Mr. Budd has won the cooperation of the students and faculty by his high ideals and
understanding interests in all school affairs, no matter how trivial. He has contributed much
to the school and community. Our Principal is indeed a true friend of everyone.
Kansas State College,
U. H. BUDD
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Kansas State Teachers
Kansas State Teachers
Central Missouri State
University of Kansas
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Kansas Wesleyan Uni
Kansas State College,
Kansas State Teachers
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University of Okl
Girls Physical Ed
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VELMA VLCEK GERALD BECK CYNTHIA PAYNE
Commerce Science Home Economics
Kansas State Teachers Southwestern University Kansas State Teachers
College, Emporia University of Illinois College, Emporia
Kansas State College Knoxville, Tennessee
W' C. KAMPSCHROEDEB Manhattan Ft. Collins, Colorado I
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University of Kansas
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PHYLLIS WARE OSCAR ERICKSON LELA MAE HART
History Assistant Coach, Citizen- Secretary to Supt. 5:
Washburn College ship G Boys Physical Ed. Board of Education
Topeka Kansas State College Eureka, Kansas
CECIL WARD NELLIE SHULTZ
Industrial Arts Librarian
Kansas State Teachers University of Colorado
College. Ernporiq University of Michigan
The officers of Student Council are as follows:
Max Lovett, Treasurer: Iudy Teter, President: Carol
Forbes, Vice President: Nancy Dickerson, Secretary.
Mr. Cecil Ward, Sponsor.
Courtesy Committee includes the following:
Iohn Green, Iohnnie Hendricks, Nancy Dickerson,
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The Student Council is made up of students
representing the various classes and organizations
in school. Throughout the year it promotes projects
and activities beneficial to E.H.S. and cooperates
in school administration with the purpose of a better
school constantly in mind. 1
Courtesy Committee includes the following:
Iohn Green, Iohnnie Hendricks, Dale Culbertson-
Program Committee includes the following: I
Margaret Green, Ieaneene Fischer-Chairman. Dor-
othy Henderson, Mary Starner. .
Chairman, Nancy Dickerson.
Dance Committee includes the following:
Sue Baird, Ierry Steele, Iill Ogilvy, lla Barnes,
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THE ANNUAL STAFF OFFICERS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1. Editor-in-Chief ....... Carol Ann Smethers
2. Business Manager . . ......... Bob Dettmer
3. Associate Editors Wanda Murdock
4. Kay McMenamy
5. Art Editors Ruth Harding
8. Sports Editor
9. Music Editor
10. Photo Editors
13. Typists . .
.. . Bill Brookover
. . Iohn Green
. . . . Donna Newlon
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Miss Shu1tz's 4th hour Library Class
Isn't Algebra fun?" This is Miss Pc1rkes's 3rd hour Algebra class
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"THE GREENIESH F R E
Stanley Marshall, President: Mary Ellen Vaughn,
Secretary-Treasurer: Freddie Criswell, Vice Presi-
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As Freshmen we have just finished the first few steps of a long climb up the E.H.S.
Steps of Education. Using our many talents and abilities we hope to complete our four
years of education in E.H.S. with honor to ourselves and to our school.
Class officers elected this year were, Stanley Marshall, President: Freddie Criswell, Vice
President: Mary Ellen Vaughn, Secretary. Student Council members were Iohn Green, lim
Sharp and Sue Baird.
Our sponsors, Mr. Breed, Mr. Erickson, and Miss Shultz, have been a great help to us
and to them we extend our thanks.
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Back row : N. Thompson, I. Bumgardner, L. Reider, W. Churchman, I. McC1intick, I. Green,
N. Montgomery, T. Tucker.
Middle row: I. Soule. C. Miller, B. Belt, I. Cooper, V. Morris, I. O'Neal, L. Murphy, E.
Front row : D. Daugherty, M. Myers, I. Reich, K. Kennedy, P. Pedroja. M. Loebel, M.
T-Tuahes. G. Francis.
Back row : P. Arguelles, D. Lewis, R. Lewis, S. Marshall, I. Farmer, I. Ieffrey, S. Baird,
M. Gant, N. Iarvis.
Middle row: C. Hillman, A. Ralston, M. Egan, B. Romig, G. Sprague, M. French, T. Logan,
Front row : I. Burke, B. Gamblian, D. Cheatham, M. Rose, G. Edwards, C. Rockley, I. Broddle.
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Back row : M. Call, A. Leonard, V. Hinson, D. Day, M. Vaughn, T. Hudson, I. Church, A
Middle row: C. Gaffney, F. Bumgardner, I. Dennett, R. Beal, S. Wallace, R. Becker, I. Sharp
Front row : T. Teichgraeber, I. Sears, L. Miller, R. Brice, C. Rader, I. Brice, F. Criswell.
"HALF-WAY THROUGH" P
"Sophies" this year were hard to describe
Their talents were many, but the
field was wide
The music, the reading and also the art
And others of which these are only
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Wa? Class OIIICGIS.
an Savoy Snider. President: Dorothy Henderson,
Secretary-Treasurer: Bill Hartman, Program
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As Sophomores we have successfully completed two years of our high school and have
reached the half way mark on the famous E.H.S. steps of education. By toiling steadily on-
ward and upward we will reach the senior landing and become, the class of 1950.
- We chose our class officers at our first class meeting in September, Savoy Snider, Pres-
ident: Dorothy Henderson, Secretary and Treasurer: Bill Hartman, Program Chairman. The
Student Council representatives were Dale Culbertson, leaneene Fischer, Iohnnie Hendricks.
Sally Snider was our class cheerleader.
In many school activities including Athletics, Music, Girl Reserve and Hi-Y, the Soph-
omore class was "right out in front."
Guided by our sponsors Miss Parkes, Miss Morris, and Mr. Erickson, the Sophomore class
of 1947 was a ororninent one and will never be forgotten.
Back row : Left to right-E. Burris, S. Evenson, C. Cross. D. Dennis, V. Gray, F. Davis.
Middle row: H. Green. D. Arguelles, D. Culbertson, P. Leader, D. Ash, I. Fischer, I. Rawlings.
Front row : G. Dimick, P. Harvey, S. Snider, D. Brandon, P. Watson, D. Close, M. Brown.
Back row : D. Cloyd, C. Chastain, I. Hellman, K. Northedge, D. Peterson, E. Gum, E. Roby.
Middle row: M. Braden, D. Brazil, H. Gains, F. Morris, B. Owens, D. Henderson, K. Lewis.
Front row : M. Burtin, D. Crebo, M. Hellman, C. Huntington, B. Book, I. Meredith, M. Brown.
Bock row : I. Downing, 1-1. Atwood, P. Hodgson, D. Pugh, I. Ash, P. Lopp.
Middle row: I. Hendricks, I. Spain, S. Snider, D. I.eVieux, P. Agcrrd, B. Lorrcom, A. Smith.
Front row : I. Gardner, B. Dotts, R. Harding, S. Sturgeon, B. Hartman, C. Hillman, L. Olson.
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"CHEMIST" Explosion!! CThat's me all overj
Mrs. lane Dennis, our congenial school
nurse, has been in the Eureka Public
School system for the past two years. She
carries on a health program involving
periodic examinations of eyes, ears, teeth,
chests, etc. We wish to extend our
appreciation for her fine service and de-
Mrs. Preston's physical education class
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ur Iunior class is high above,
The others Cso we thinkj
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The useful pen and ink.
Ithough we are so confident
That out class is the best
e have to divide our honors
To leave some for the rest.
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So A f yf' ' Wendell Iacobs, President: Winifred Miller. Vice
P Pm, 4? President: Helen Hughes, Secretary and Treasurer.
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Next -year we will reach the "top" and become the dignified Seniors of '49.
At our first class meeting we elected the following class officers: Wendell Iacobs,
President: Winifred Miller, Vice President: Helen Hughes, Secretary and Treasurer: Student
Council representatives elected were I erry Steele, Carol Forbes and lla Mae Barnes. Martha
Rose was chosen class cheerleader.
The Junior class has been outstanding this year in all activities, including Glee Clubs,
Bpnd. and last but not least-Athletics. Several of the best Athletes of E.H.S. came from our
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The Juniors presented a three-act comedy entitled. "The High School Mystery," on De-
cember 12, 1947, under the direction of Miss Eunice Nelson. This hilarious comedy was one
of the most entertaining events ever presented in E.H.S.
Our sponsors tor the year were Mr. Beck, Mrs. Freeman, Miss Ware and lVIiss Allen.
who were alwavs ready and willing to help our class carry out its projects and activities
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When Freshmen, we were heard lo say,
"We certainly will rejoice the day
We're departing through these doors."
Sophomore: we became
Our knowledge was increaslng
And they knew we were alive.
Our Iurtior year was wonderlul
Our play was top, you know.
And then it dawned upon us,
"lust one more year lo go."
Our Senior year was oh, so. short.
And at last we realized
The past four years in high school were
The best years of our lives.
By Kay McMt:-namy
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Mary Ruth Black President Norma lean Simmons Vice Pres:
dent Bill Brookovsr Secretary Kay McMenamy Program
At last we have reached the Seruor lcrndmq Forgotten are all at the disagreeable tests
and hard work winch we encountered during our tour year climb on the EHS Steps ol
Now the class ot 48 doesnt mean to be tossing bouquets at themselves but they do want
Ealhixgvaken your rnemones ot the outstandtng school records they have made whrle here at
You dont need to he remmded that the Senior boys were unsurpassed rn Athlehcs Both
the Girls and Boys Glee clubs depended greatly upon the Seniors lor leadrng voices We
provided leadershrp rn Girl Reserve l'lrY cmd Student Council Our class play was one oi
the most successful ever presented by a Senior class
We were guided through this important year by a trne group ol class ofhcers Mary
Hulh Black Prastdant Norma lean Simmons Vrce President Bill Broolrover Secretary Kay
McMenaxny Program chmnnan
mania our three swell sponsors Miss Nelson Mr Mrller and Mr Ward we qxve our
College Prep. Course:
Basketball 2. 3. 4: '
Football 2, 3. 4: Track
2. 3. 4: Class Otticer l.
3. 4: Vice President l:
Treasurer 3: Secretary
4: Band l: Orchestra 1:
Music Festival l. 3. 4:
"E" Club 2. 3. 4: Glw
Club 3, 4: Science Club
2: Student Council 2. 4:
Mixed Chorus 3. 4: All
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General Course: Class
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Festival 3. Transferred
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MARY RUTH BLACK-
College Prep. Course:
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4: Band 4: Orchestra 4:
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ALICE MAE PARKS-Commercial Course
Annual Stall 4: Glrl Reserve l, 2, 3. 4: Library Stall l. 2: A Capella Choir 4:
Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Music Festival l, 2. 3, 4: Girls
Sextette 3. 4: Music Ensembles 4: Mixed Chorus 3. 4.
MILDRED LOUISE WORRELL-College Prep. Course
Annual Stall 4: Girl Reserve 2, 3. 4: G. R. Cabinet 2: Glee Club 4: President
4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Vice President 3: Cheerleader 4: Proctor 4: Photography
Clulc- 3: Class Secretary and Treasurer 2.
GUIDA STRINGER-Commercial Course
Annual Stall 4: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club l: Music Festival 1: Pep
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MURRAY FARR-College Prep. Course
Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4: Band t. 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4: Glas Club l, 3. 4: Music
Festival 1. 2. 3. 4: Boy's Quartet 3. 4: Pep Club 3: Class Play 3.
DONNA IOAN NEWLON-Commercial Course
Girl Reserve I. 2. 4: Proctor 3: Annual Staff 4.
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lee Club 1, 2, 3: FFA 4: Seaetary ol YPA 4: Transferred from Doug-
Stnti 3. 4: Pep Club 4: Transferred Lrom Achelata, Oklahoma 3. ,
MAX A. LOVETT--General Course
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THEODORE I. OLSON-General Course
Hi-Y 4: FFA 4.
ROBERT L. HENRY-General Course
Basketball 4: HLY 4: Transferred from Reece 3.
ROBERT LEWIS BRAND-Industrial Arts Course
Football 3. 4: Track: "E" Club 4: Hi-Y l.
MARIORIE CHURCHMAN-College Prep. Course
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Music Festiv
ANADEL ELLEN DEAN-General Course
Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club l. 4.
BILLIIE MJXLONEY-General Course
Hi-Y 3. 4: Library Staff 4: Glee Club 4.
IIM EGAN-PreEngi.neerinq Course
Basketball: Football 2. 3. 4: Track l. 2. 3, 4: "E" Club l. 2, 5. 4: Hi-Y 4: Band l:
Music Festival l.
SUSAN SOULE-General Course
Girl Reserve l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Library Stall l, 2.
CAROL ANN SMETHERS--Commercial Course
Annual Stall 3. 4: Editor 4: Ir. Editor 3: Class Ollicer 3: Vice President 3: Gir
Reserve l. 3, 4: A Capella Cbolr 3. 4: Glee Club l. 3, 4: Vice President 3: Musi
Futlval l. 3. 4: Proctor 3. 4: Class Play 3: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Photograph
Club 3: Pep Club 1, 3, 4: Sextette 3. 4: Band 1: Transferred lrom Colony 2.
ROGERT DALE BROWN-General Course
Band l. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4: Glue Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Music Festival l. 2. 3l
4: Music Ensembles Z. 3. 4: Science Club l. 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Class Play 3
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4.
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DANA l.EWlS-College Prep. Course
Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, 4: Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 2: Drum Major 4: Glee Club
Music Festival 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club l. 4: Student Council l: Photographic Cluh
VIRGINIA HODGSON-General Course
Girl Reserve l. Z. 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Pap Club 4.
PATRICIA ANN VAUGHN-Commercial Course
Annual Stall 4: Girl Reserve l. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4: Glee
Music Festival l. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Proctor 4: Music Clinic 2.
TlI.Ll'E LYONS-Commercial Couru
Annual Stall 4: Girl Reserve 3. 4: Llb Staff 4: Glee Club 3. 4: M
gal 3. 4: Pop Club 3. 4: Vloe Presldentrllrlranslorred from Achelata. Ola
FARREL WAYNE STARNER-General Course
Basketball l. 2. 3. 4: Football 4: Track 4: "E"
Club 2, 3: Hi-Y
l. 2, 4: Glee Club l, 2. 3, 4: Music Festival l. 2. 3. 4.
BURI. PURKEYPILE-General Course
CORA PEARL HART-College Prep. Course
Girl Reserve l, 2. 3, 4: G.R. Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 3: Vice
President 4: A Capella Choir 4: Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4: Glee Club
l. 4: Music Festival l. 2. 3. 4: String Quartet 2: Pep Club 2. 3. 4:
Proctor 2: Mlxed Chorus 4: Sextette 4.
Basketball: Track l. 2. 4: "E" Club 1, 2, 4: Hi-Y 1, 4: Science .H s H it
Club 2. M 2: E
NANCY DICKERSON-Commercial Course
DONNA MARIE LONG-General Course
Girl Reservel 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 4
Class Ofilcor l: President 1: Girl Reserve l. 2. 3. 4: G.R. Cabi-
net l. 2: Munir: Chairman l: Ir. President 2: Band l, 2. 3. 4:
Orchestra 3. 4: Glee Club l. 4: Music Festival 1, 2. 3. 4: Music
Ensembles 2, 4: Clarinet Quartet 2: Pep Club l. 2, 3. 4: Student
Council 4: kcretary 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Photography Club 3.
. . , : . :Music Festival l. 4: Pep
Club 2, 3. 4: Proctor 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 4. ,
LEW MARSHALL-Industrial Arts Course
MARGARET LOUISE VOLMECK-Commercial Course
Girl Reserva l. 2, 3. 4: Library Staff 1: Glee Club l. 2. 4: Music
Festival 1, 2, 4.
Basketball l. 2. 3. 4: Football l. 2. 3, 4: Track 3. 4: "E" Club
2. Il. 4: Hi-Y l. 2. 3. 4: Vice President 3: President 4: Student
Council 1. 2. 3, 4: FFA 4.
JUDY TEFER-Collage Prep. Course
HARRIETI' II-IAN BILSON-General Course
Class Ollicer 2: Program Chairman 2: Girl Reserve l, 2, 3. 4:
GR. Cabinet 3: Secretary 3: Glee Club l, 2. 3. 4: Secretary 3:
Music Festival l. 2, 3. 4: Pep Club l. 2. 3. 4: Cheer Leader 3, 4:
Proctor 4: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Photography Club 3.
MARGARET ALICE GREEN-College Prep. Course
Girl Reserve l. 2. 3. 4: G.R. Cabinet 1. 2, 3. 4: President 3. 4:
A Ca lla Choir 2, 3. 4: President 3: Music Festivalffl. 2, 3. 4:
Pep Cllcb l, 2. 3, 4: Proctor 3. 4: Student Council 2. 3. 4: Class
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Annual Stott l: Class President 2: Program Chairman 3: Girl
Reserve l. 2, 3. 4: Vice President 2, 3: A Capella
Choir l. 3, 4:
Band l, 2. 3, 4: Captain 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3, 4: Glee Club l. 3. 4:
Music Festival l, 2. 3. 4: Girls Sextette 3. 4: Pep Club l, 2. 3. 4:
Student Council 3. 4: President 4: Class Play 3: Mixed Chorus
CAROLINE GREEN-Commercial Course
Girl Reserve l. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 3-
BEVHRLY GREEN-General Course
Girl Reserve 4' A Ca lla Choir 4: Glee Club 4: Mixed Chorus
4: Transferred' from ggece
CHARLES SlVlI'l'l'l-General Course
Transferred from Reece 4.
GENE GAMBLIAN-General Course
Illl. OGILVY-College Prep. Course
Annual Stall 2: Class Ofticer l: Program Chairmcm: Girl Reserve l. 2. 3. 4
Social Chairman ol G. R. 3, 4: A Capella Choir 3. 4: Band l. 2. 3: Orchestra 2, 3
Glee Club l. 3. 4: Music Festival l. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club l. 2. 3. 4: Cheerleader 4
Proctor 4: Student Council 4: Class Play 3.
DALE LARCOM-College Pre . Course
Class Otlicer 3. Secretary: Hi- l. 2. 3. 4: Treasurer 4: Band 3: Glee Club 3. 4
Music Festival 3: Boy'e Quartet 3: Class Play 3: Mixed Chorus 9. 4
BOB REICH-General Course
Football 3 4' "E" Club 4' HifY l 4' Band 1' Music Festival 1
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LLOYD HUDSON4Industrial Arts Course IACK BRAZIL-General Course
Basketball: Football 3: Track 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 1. 2: Science Club 2: Pep Club 2. Science Club 2. '
Pep Club 2.
- HAROLD PROVINCE-General Course
WANDA MURDOCK-College Prep. Course Hi-Y l. 2. 4: FFA 4,
MARIE SNIDEH General Course
Girl Reservel 2 3 4 Treasurer ofGH 4 Glee Clubl 2 Music
Pep Club 2 3 4 Proctor 4
LYLA LEE CLOSE-Commercial Course
Girl Heservel Z 3 4 GR Cabinet l 4 Music Chairman 4 Library S
ACapella Chonrl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 '3 4 Music Fesuvall 2 3 4
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G. R. 2. 8: Band l. 2. 3, 4: Orchestra l. 2. 3, 4: Glee Club l: Music Festival LOIS IEAN FREEMAN-General Course
1, 2. 3, 4: Science Club 2: Pep Club 3. 4: Proctor 2. 3: Student Council 2: Class Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3, 4: Devotional Comm. 3: Publicity Comm. 4: Baud 4:
Play 3: Mixed Chorus 3. Orchestra 4: Glee Club l. 2: Music Festival 1. 2. 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Secretory
and 'lreasurer of Pep Club 3: Proctor 4.
MARGARET TEAN OLSON-Commercial Course
HOBERTA LYNN GAPFORD-General Course Girl Re 1. 2. 3, 4: B d , - , .
Girl Reserve 2, 3. 4: clee cum 2. Pep cm 4: Tr.-mfened from Piedmont 2. resuvu1sifl2i3.4:Pep c1uc1in4. I 2' 3' 4' Orchesm' 3' 4' mee CM' If MWC
EVERETT HUGHES-General Course
Basketball 3: Football 3. 4: Track l. 2. 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Science Club :
Pep Club 1. 2.
VFRNIE BUMGARDNER-Commercial Course
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Hi-Y Cabinet includes the following:
Top row: Bob McCue, Max Lovett, Bob Dettmer, Charles Brenton, Don Hen-
derson, Marvin Burtin.
Bottom row: Mr. Beck-sponsor, Dale Larcom, Lew Marshall, Ierry Steele,
Under the leadership of President, Lew Marshall and sponsors, Gerald
Beck and Oscar Erickson, the Hi-Y club has enjoyed a fine year. Play nights
were held on regularly scheduled dates. Interesting programs were given by
members of the club and outside speakers. The Hi-Y has rated high in pro-
moting worthy school activities.
Back row: T. Olson, W. Scott, M. Soule, H. Province, K. Morrison, B. Agard,
C. Rockhill, C. Brenton, I. Cracraft, D. Bratton, B. Gaston, B. Beal, R. Brice, A.
Weatherbee, I. Sharp.
Third row: Mr. Beck-sponsor, B. McCue, I. Steele, M. Egan, B. Sharp, D.
Larcom. H. Worley, I. Cheatham, I. Egan, R. Henry, R. Meredith, M. Burtin,
D. Peterson, I-'. Starner, L. Marshall.
Second row: D. Dennis, S. Evanson, L. McAnelly, D. Henderson, B. Hart, B.
Dettmer, B. Miller, M. Lovett. B. Brookover. D. Worrell, W. Iacobs, M. Farr,
I. Dochow. B. Braden, W. Hoffman, I. Burke, B. Hartman.
Front row: B. Maloney, T. Tucker, D. Cheatham, C. Chastain, I. Green, S.
Marshall, D. Day, F. Criswell, I. Francis, L. Murphy, I. Sears, I. Broddle, A.
The Girl Reserves of Eureka High School held their first meeting in the latter part of
September and closed the school season with their candle lighting service in May. During
the year the girls, sponsored by Miss Vlcek and Miss Morris, presented many interesting
programs, parties, and plays. The three most outstanding events of the year were the
Father-Daughter chili feed, the Mother-Daughter tea, and the Christmas play. They also had
a halloween party for the Hi-Y ,and went caroling at Christmas.
The G. R. senior cabinet members are as follows: President, M. Green: Vice President,
C. P. Hart: Secretary, S. Gordon: Treasurer, M. Snider: Publicity, L. Freeman: Service, B.
Lyons: Social, I. Ogilvy: Music, L. Close: Program, Kay McMenamy: and Devotion, I. M.
The junior cabinet are as follows: President, I. Fischer: Vice President, D. Henderson:
Secretary, I. Meredith: Treasurer, P. Leader: Publicity, I. Soule: Service, S. Baird: Social, T.
Teichgraeber: Music, P. Pedroja: Program, I. McMenamy: and Devotion, I. Farmer.
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C. P. Hart, K. McMenamy, L. Close, I. M. Barnes, S. Gordon, Miss Vlcek, sponsor.
L. Freeman, I. Ogilvy, M. Green, M. Snider, B. Lyons.
Back row, left to right:
I. McMenamy. I. Soule, T. Teichgraeber, P. Pedrojcr, S. Baird, Miss Morris, sponsor.
I. Farmer, P. Leader, D. Henderson, I. Meredith, I. Fischer, not pictured.
Proctors are as follows:
Back row: P. Vaughn. H. Bilson, P. Roberts, A. Smith, P. Seward, M. Green, K. McMenamy.
Front row: L. Freeman, L. Worrell, M. Snider, I. Ogilvy, C. Smethers, not pictured. Donna
First to greet you-should you come into the building during school hours-are the
proctors, who are always on duty and ready to perform needed services for students and
Proctors are selected from students who volunteer for this service, and are loyal citizens
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Back row: Ruth Harding, Sue Straight, Carol Cross, Dorothy Knizley.
Front row: Phyllis LeVieux, Dano Lewis, cmd Eleanor Hedges.
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P. Hodgson. P. Lopp, E. Roby, M. Brown.
ddle row: P. Arguelles, P. Agard, P. Leader, P. Rose, M. Rose, E. Weatherbee, P. Roberts,
A. Smith, S. Wallace, C. I. Rockley, G. Stringer, L. Miller, V. Hodgson.
nt row : I. Snider, I. Hendricks, M. Green, M. Olson, L. I. Freeman, A. Bunyan, I.
M. Barnes, M. Branstetter, F. Davis, D. Henderson, M. Hughes, E. Burris.
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Myers, T. Hudson, I. Dennett, R. Lewis, C. Gaffney, C. Rader.
A. Shaw, I. Burngardner, S. Baird, I. Ash, I. Fischer, C. Smethers, M. Rose, M.
French, I. Reich, I. Hawthorne, E. Pearse, I. McMenamy, I. Arguelles, T. Teich-
T. Lyons, N. Dickerson, M. Loebel. P. Seward, E. Cannon, I. Hellman, S. Sturgeon,
Every student of E.H.S. wishes to thank the Band under the direction of
Robert Miller for the "super" job they have done every morning in keeping
the sleepy students awake the first hour. Besides this important job, the Band
and Orchestra have given many outstanding concerts and provided much
fine entertainment for the entire community and neighboring towns. Out of
town trips included: Iola, on Armistice Day: Wichita, on University Band
Day: and Fredonia and Emporia for Christmas Parades.
The Band has played a big part at the Football and Basketball games
with its peppy and colorful music. It could be those "swanky" new uniforms
have done their part too. '
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S. Evanson M. Farr
The Music Department climaxed their most
successful year by playing host to 880 young
musicians attending the Tri-Valley League Festival
here this spring.
Back row, left to right:
E. Gum, H. Voelmeck, B. Brown, S. Evanson, A.
Leonard, M. Black, W. Murdock, M. Farr, D. Reed,
M. Olson, S. Gordon, N. Dickerson, I. Meredith, M.
C. P. Hart, M. Vaughn, A. Parks, P. Vaughn, L. Free-
man, H. Mattingly, C. Gaffney, W. Hoffman.
BOYS GLEE CLUB
Yes-the boys glee club has really grown. It seems that every boy has started vocal-
izing under the influence of Mr. Miller. Congratulations Mr. Miller on a job well done.
Front row: F. Criswell, D. Day, D. Pugh, I. Dochow, D. Cheatham, R. Beal, I. Ieffrey, I.
Sears, I. Cracraft, C. Chastain, B. Maloney, I. Cheatham, A. Love.
Middle row: D. Dennis, S. Marshall, B. McCue, I. Steele, R. Dettmer, R. Brown, C. Rockhill,
C. Brenton, D. Bratton, D. Ash, I. Saunders, M. Farr, A. Weatherbee, L. McAnelly, W. Hoff-
man, B. Braden, S. Evanson, L. Miller, accompanist. '
Back row: R. Miller, Director, A. Leonard, T. Logan, D. Larcom, K. Morrison, R. Francis, R.
Gaston, D. Henderson, D. Le Vieux, W. Iacobs, D. Worrell, B. Prather, W. Scott, L. Simmons,
F. Stamer, R. Ball, I. Green.
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The choir consists of a select group of fifteen girls chosen for their outstanding voices
Under the direction ot Miss Lorenz the group has provided much fine entertainment to ap:
preciative audiences throughout the year.
Back row, left to right:
V. Bumgardner, B. Green, M. Rose, Miss Lorenz-Director, C. Smethers, L. Close, and M.
I. Ogilvy, A. Parks, I. Ash, P. Rose, R. Harding, I. Teter, M. Green, and C. P. Hart.
Left to right:
C. P. Hart, A. Parks, C. Smethers, M. Rose, I. Teter, V. Bumgardner.
Senior Sextette is composed of six Iunior and Senior girls. This. talented group directed
by Miss Lorenz, has been in great demand for fine entertainment in school and community.
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Back row, left to right:
N. McCammon, H. Hughes, K. McMenamy, D. Long, E. Weatherbee, I. Cooper, I. Barnes, P.
Murphy, and I. Gardner.
M. Branstetter, P. Pedroja, A. Hillman, I. Fischer, W. Miller, P. Seward, H. Bilson, D. Brazil,
and D. Henderson.
M. Brown, E. M. Burris, I. Bumgardner, I. Dennett, E. Cannon, V. Morris, N. Dickerson, T. I.
Lyons, G. Dimick, and L. B. Lewis.
No, you aren't seeing double. We truly have two girls' glee clubs. Miss Lorenz has done an outstanding
job in presenting many glee club numbers throughout the year for school and community entertainment.
Back row, left to right:
I. Br1ce, C Rader, M. E. Vaughn, B. Belt, M. E. Brown, V. Henson, D. Brandon, T. Teich-
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Lawrence Blair became head coach of all sports at EI-LS. Sept. l. and is teaching for his first ti
in Eureka this year. Coach Blair became a graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University, in 1937, where
lettered in football and basketball. Mr. Blair has coached at Inman, Tonganoxie, Iunction City, and A
City before coming to Eureka.
Oscar Erickson came to Eureka to assist coach Blair with all sports. Coach Erickson graduated fro
Kansas State in 1947 where he received three varsity football letters.
At Eureka, Swede, as he is better known, has been of much assistance to coach Blair and the tea
Most of his work was with the B-squad and younger boys. His efforts and time spent on fundamentals w
pay big dividends in season just ahead.
Making up in fight, what it lacked in size and experience, the Crimson Tornadoes swept through
tough ten game schedule with four wins, four losses and two ties. The defensive play of this season's elev
was the outstanding factors. The performances in the Plainview and El Dorado games were very commen
afnle. The most impressive victory of the season was the 14-0 defeat handed the highly favored Neodesh
The coaches certainly enstilled the spirit of wanting to win. with emphasis on sportsmanship and fa
play in this year's squad. This record rated a fourth place in Tri-Valley League.
Front row : L. McAnelly, B. Sharp, I. Pugh, I. Steele, B. McCue, D. Henderson, I. Egan.
D. Vanhaverbeke, C. Chastain.
Second row: Asst. Coach Erickson, W. Ball, F. Starner, D. Culbertson, L. Marshall. S. Snider,
R. Ball, R. Reich, B. Brookover, R. Brand.
Third row: Principal U. H. Budd, B. Hartman, H. Worley, D. LeVieux, I. Cheatham, E.
Hughes, R. Meredith, R. Francis, B. Hart, B. Prather, D. Day, I. Sears, Coach
Back row: D. Dennis, I. Green, L. Murphy, I. Ieffrey, I. Sharp, S. Marshall, A. Leonard,
H. Beal, M. Egan, M. Burtin, F. Bumgardner, I. Broddle.
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The candidates for football queen selected by the football boys were: Freshman, Carol
Iean Rockley, escorted by lim Egan: Sophomore, Ruth Harding. escorted by Billy Bob
Brookover: Iunior, Helen Hughes, escorted by Farrel Starner: Senior, Nancy Dickerson,
escorted by Lew Marshall. The queen selected by vote of the student body at the dance
was the all-school candidate Margaret Green. She was escorted by the King, Weldon Ball.
who was chosen honorary captain by the football squad.
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Back row : F. Bumgardner, I. Sharp, I. Green, A. Leonard, B. Dotts, D. Day, B. Beal, B.
Iames, D. LeVieux, I. Sears, B. Hartman, S. Marshall, L. Murphy, and I.
Middle row: Coach L. Blair, C. Chastain, R. Ball, I. Pugh, B. Dettmer, I. Cheatham, R.
Henry, R. Francis, D. Culbertson, S. Snider, Asst. Coach Erickson.
Front row : D. Henderson, L. Marshall, B. McCue, I. Iacobs, B. Brookover, F. Starner, I.
Steele, D. Vanhaverbeke, Manager R. Meredith.
The 1947-48 basketball team enjoyed a very successful season. The Crimson Tornadoes
finished first in the Tri-valley league with twelve victories against two defeats. The season's
record consisted of 17 wins and five defeats.
The Tornadoes won an invitation tourney sponsored by Highland Park and Washburn
rural of Topeka during the Christmas holidays. A large trophy was awarded the Eurekans
after the championship game.
The defeat that hurt most was the elimination of the Tornadoes by Fredonia in the
semi-final of the state regional at Fredonia.
The Eureka B squad had a very impressive season with 15 wins against six defeats.
This squad was under the supervision of Assistant Coach Erickson.
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The above pictured lettermen were a fast, alert ball club. The Blair coached team
excelled in ball handling and ball stealing with every man a scoring threat.
In regional play the Tornadoes defeated Humbolt 35-21 in the first round. In the second
round Eureka was defeated by Fredonia 27-23.
Back row: I. Green, I. Pugh, G. Gamblian, L. Murphy, B. Hartman, C. Chastain, D. Henderson, D. Vanhave
beke, I. Steele, B. McCue, B. Dotts, D. Dennis.
Third row: Coach Blair, S. Snider, D. Pugh, D. LeVieux, W. Iacobs, B. Dettmer, R. Henry, B. Brookover,
Cheatham, D. Culbertson, F. Starner, L. Marshall. Asst. Coach, Erickson.
Second row: I. Brazil, R. Francis, B. Iames, B. Miller, C. Rockhill, I. Cracraft. B. Purkeypile, I. Egan.
Brenton, R. Gaines.
Front row: I. Broddle, A. Leonard, M. Burtin, I. Ieffrey, C. Huntington, D. Bratton, H. Worley, D. Day,
Evanson, M. Egan, I. Burke.
Iust as this 1948 annual is going to press the track season is just about to begin. The
track team have been working out, and they seem to be in great shape. We are now
looking forward to a successful year in track for old E.H.S.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
ed above are the following members of the senior class play
frow: Miss Nelson, director: B. Maloney, I. Egan, M. Black, B. Brown, M. Green, and M. Parr.
t row: D. Larcom, B. Lyons, I. Brazil, L. Worrell, Iill Ogilvy, and Dana Lewis who is not pictured.
he Senior Class presented a hilarious comedy called "Dear Daffodil," on April 16. 1948. The presenta-
f the play proved to be a great success under the capable direction of Miss Eunice Nelson.
unior play cast is as follows:
row: C. Forbes, M. Starner, B. Sharp. I. Cracraft, K. Morrison, R. Gaston, I. Steele, I. Barnes, Director-
row: W. Miller, B. Miller, M. Rose, P. Seward..
he Iunior play, "The High School Mystery," was a thrilling diversion from the ordinary run of mystery
. It was the story of a play-within-a play. An exciting climax was reached in the first act before the
nce realized that they were witnessing q dress rehearsal. The rehearsal of "The House of Terror" was
intemllpted by elements of a real mystery, The play was indeed a whirlwind of excitement and full of
he acting done by all members of the cast made this unusual but interesting plav a qrand success.
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The following six seniors were selected to represent the senior class of 1948. They are as follows
first row, Nancy Dickerson, Roger Meredith: second row, Bill Brookover. Margaret Green: thud row Iudy
Teter and Lew Marshall.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Pictured above are eleven of the most highly honored seniors in Eureka High School.
They have been elected to this organization from the upper one-third of their class, cmd
in addition, have qualified as to character, service, leadership, and scholarship.
They are pictured as follows: Back row: Tillie Io Lyons, Cora Pearl Hart, Iudy Teter,
Lyla Lee Close, Vernie Burngardner, Iill Ogilvy. Front row: Beverly Lyons. Alice Mae
Parks, Margaret Green, Carol Ann Srnethers, Lois Freeman.
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Pictured above are:
Mr. Cecil Ward, Sponsor: Carol Ann Smethers, Editor-in-Chief: Bob Dettmer, Business
Manager of the Eureka Tornado Annual of 1948.
I wish to thank Mr. Ward for his capable sponsorship of the annual, also Bob Dettmer
for his able assistance, and the annual staff who has helped to make the annual a success.
Carol Ann Smethers
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