Eureka High School - Le Memoir Yearbook (Eureka, KS)

 - Class of 1951

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We would like for them to know that their work is fully appreciated. A JANE DENNIS DOROTHY HENDERSON, Bi-County Health Nurse t JUDY MEREDITH ' School Secretaries il EUREKA PUBLKC SCHUULS . w.o.KAmPscHaososa,suPeannaNnsN1 EUREKA. KANSAS 11, 1950 November To the Underclassmen of EHS and the Seniors of lQ5l: We are confident that this school year is a sig- T nificant one for each.of you. For some, it is your ' first year to grace the halls of EHS and much of your high school experience is in the future. Many of you have been here two and three years and the Seniors are of course looking forward to graduation next May. school year is crammed full of class assign- aried school activities and many common . all of these items contribute to shape our lives. The su- to develop for himself life. We trust uenting the iz- This ments, tests, v every day experiences to our education and help preme goal for an individual is a rich, full, many sided, worthwhile that the days, months, and years spent freq classrooms and hallways of EHS will have made a s able contribution to your own happiness and personal welfare. This mid-century year is for you a most important one when our national and international situation is so strenuous and complex. We need to develop a type of citizenship that can live intelligently in a world that has become one neighborhood. To live big, in l95l we must prepare now as we go about our every day pur- suits as a student. Wishing each and all the finest things in life, T remain Sincerely yours, Qflccffi W., . K schroeder Supt. of Eureka Schools won! dh 3 at n lf A A ff? 'U I5 "fu H H Y .. r r Q fe, ,. Q? i -7, ', -.1. 1 ' ua , Q zigg N I I rl x N 'vt W N 2 'z .' V ,,, aflg' ' I Az'-ts: 5, ' wr , rw, . Ee , I kill' , - 1 P H L- , 'fax A A O 1 , 3 , C K A K 4- i 'JE' . r , GCI! RICHARD L. DODD Principal Senior High School and Social Science, B,S, in Education, K. S.T,C., Emporia, Graduate Work, M,S, in Education, K.S.T,C., Em- poria, Thesis, "The Legal Aspects of Teachers' Contracts in the State of Kansas. " MAXINE MASON Social Science, A,B,, Oklahoma U.. Norman, WILLIAM B. ANDERSON Biological and Physical Science, B.S., K.S.C, Manhattan, also U. S. Navyg Graduate Workg K,S,C,- Phi Delta Kappa, ROSEALEA CAULKINS Girls' Physical Education and Eng- lish: B,S, in Education, K,S,T.C., Pittsburg, Delta Psi Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi. LAWRENCE E. BLAIR Head Athletic Coach and Com- merce: A.B. Kansas Wesleyan U, Salina, also U.S. Army, 4. wi E 1 , .. ,2- .. , ..:1, L DONNA O. GRAY Public School Musicg B. M, in Mu- sic, Oklahoma A,8nM,, Stillwater: Graduate Work, Wichita U., Kappa Phi. WILLIAM JACK HAN Librarian: B,S., K,S.T.C.: Pitts- burg, also U.S, Marines, Graduate Workg K,S.T.C., Pittsburg. NELDA STEFFEY I English and Spanish: B.S, in Educa- ti0l'l. K.U. , Lawrence. it 'gg - asf. ,gate .nf MAX INE MORRISON 616745 Commerce, B,S, in Education, N,S.C,, Tahlequah, Oklahomag Graduate Work, University of Arkansas, Fayettville and K,S, T,C,, Pittsburg, Pi Omega Pi. HELEN FOLKERTS Vocational Homemaking: B. S. in Education, K,S,C,, Manhattan, HARRY L. CO1-'FEL Vocational Agriculture, B,S, in Ed- ucation, University of Missouri, Columbia, also U,S. Armyg Grad- uate Work, K,S,C. . Manhattan: Alpha Tau Alpha. ELSIE LEMON Mathematics: B,S, , K,U, Law- rence, Alpha Omicron Pi, Pi Lamb- da Theta, and Pi Mu Epsilon. HAROLD K. BROOKS Industrial Arts: B.S, in Education, K, S, T. C. Emporia, also U. S. Navyg Graduate Work, K,S.T,C., Emporia. VERLAN SHEARBURN Physical Education and Assistant Coach of all Sports, B,S, in Educa- tion, A,S.C., Jonesboro, Arkansas, also U,S. Army Air Corp, AGNES NINCEHELSER English and Latin, B,S, in Educa- tion, K, S.T,C. Emporia, Graduate Work, ,K,U., Lawrence and St, Mary's College, Xavier, Kansas, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Kappa Delta Pi. T. D. WHEAT Instrumental Musicg B,M, in Music Education, K. S. T. C. , Emporia, also U,S. Army Band: Graduate Work, K,S,T.C, , Emporia, Thesis, "Project in Modern Orchestration. " Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Sigma Epsilon, and Sin Fonia. WA' 5 df., ei' 1- ma 'n 1 ,v"' 5 Cam Omer, 3,5 Q rc , ff JUNIOR OFFICERS Buddy Hughes, President: Joan Downing, Vice Presidentzl. L. Hawthorne, Treas- A urerg Harold Boone, Secretary, . b . i . SENIOR OFFICERS Q Joan Soule, Secretaryg Marjorie Hughes, Treasurerg Don Cheatham, Presidentg Mary Ellen French, Program Chairman: Marilyn Loebel, Vice President, SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Shirley Myers, President: Johnny Rose, Vice Presidentg Ronnie Rowe, Secretaryg John Bayless, Treasurer, FRESHMAN OFFICERS Betty Ramsey, President: Larry Gam- blain, Vice President: Christel Day, Secretaryg Ann Duncan, Treasurer, 6 Ae FLIQUCLK g FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Sprague, Snapshot Editorg Eleanor Lewis, Business Managerg Carole Gaffney, Assistant Editorg Kay Stevens, Editor-in-Chiefg Lila Miller, Assistant Editorg Don Smith, Business Managerg Miss Morrison, Sponsor. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Basham, Dramatics Representa- tiveg Twila Stilwell, Sophomore Rep., Marilyn Loebel, Pep Club Rep.g Ida Belle Reich, F.H,A, Rep.: Anita Shaw, G,R, Rep.g Sally Wallace, Snapshot Editorg Mary Ellen Vaughn, Senior Rep.g Gene Francis, Sports Editorg Jim Sharp, 'Hi-Y Rep. NOT PICTURED: David Iordahl, Junior Rep.: Betty Ball, Freshman Rep, Editor-in-Chief talks it over E. with Sponsor. .sit Snapshot Editors " look pleasant please tg" . .again p5J42,""-,lf , , .Q -inf gg:-2:2 . - A U'-ri' 453.5 FW 1 -5.7, H-,g,.: ,sqft-,.i. ' ' ' ,Mi , , V313 7 s .. .ff , ,, y , 'z-ggi r ,' f. ,ij f l v W H f '39 ' fliif' X .A . A' af-ff' 5 1' 1' , l f,-an l ,B , Business Managers sell an an- egg X f " ' , , nual ' '-- " Assistant Editors typo up page copy 7 l eI'LL0l"5 ' ltbggff-.. .,:, f 'L' rdf ,,,... P A . fits , rl 'Q Y I - Eiga. if "il 4 A t H.: .assay J-r -rv-fl, 1 DORIS LEWIS - General Course "Gismoe." Ambition: To work in a store. Weakness: Dancin. Activities: G,R, r,2,3,4: F,H,A, I,4: Glee Club 45 Twister Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 4, TRACY TUCKER - College Preparatory Course Ambition: Cattle owner. Weakness: Out every night, Activities: Football 2,3,4: Glee Club 4: Hi-Y I,2,3,4: Track 3.4: F.F,A, I,2. We, the proud seniors of 1951, will always remember the wonderful times we have had these four years. Each day was crowded with classes and other activities, but there was always time for fun and mischief. The senior class, with the help of our spon- sors QMr. Anderson, Miss Morrison, and Mrs. Masonj and officers, has provided leadership for all school activities. As we leave the halls of 'ole E. H. S. , some of us to further our education, others to go directly into careers, we will always be proud that ,we were graduates of Eureka High School. NAOMI MONTGOMERY - General Course "Ya Can't Never Tell." Ambition: Church college. Weakness: Spending money. Activities: G.R, 1.2: Pep Club I,2,3: Glee Club I,2: Twister Staff 4: F.H.A. 2. JIM SHARP - Engineering Course "Mallet Head." Ambition: Play college football. Weakness: Foot- ball. Activities: Hi-Y I,2,3,4: Student Council I,2: Football r,2, 3,4: Basketball l,2,3: Track 2,3,4gG16C Cll1bI,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. JANE O'NEAL - General Course "Howdy Ga1." Ambition: To travel the United States. Weakness: Talking. Activities: G,R, I,2,3,4: F,H.A. 2,3,4: Cabinet 3,4: Cheerleader 3,4: Mixed Chorus 3,4: Annual Staff 3: Glee Club 3,4: Student Council 4: Twister staff 4. FRANK BUMGARDNER - General Course "Vigilantes Ride Again." Activities: Football I,2,3,4: Basketball I, 3: Track 3,45 Hi-Y I,2,4: Glee Club 4. SUE BAIRD - College Preparatory Course Ambition: Spend most of time outdoors. Weakness: Boys. Activities: Pep Club I,2,3,4: President 4:Glee Club I: Mixed Chorus 3:G,R, I, 2,3,4: Cabinet I,2,3,4:Iunior Play 3: StudentCounci1 I,2,3: Treas- 4 Xa urer 2: Dance C. Chairman 3: Twister Staff 4: Editor. JOHN GREEN - College Preparatory Course "Get outl And don't ever come back." Ambition: Minister, Weak- ness: Hunting, Activities: Student Council I,2,3,4: President 3,4: Hi-Y I,2,3,4: Football I: Basketball I: Track I,3: Annual Staff I,2: Junior Play 3gG168 Club l,2,3: Mixed Chorus I,2,3,4: Band I,2,3,4: Debate 3,4, eniom JUNE BUMGARDNER - College Preparatory Course "Well, " Ambition: To graduate from college. Weakness: Peaches and cottage cheese. Activities: Glee Club I,3 Pep Club I, 2, 3,4: G. R. I, 2, 3,4: Student Council 3,4:Mixed Chorus 3: Proctor 4: Treasurer of Class 2. ALAN LEONARD - College Preparatory Course "Whatcha doin' 2" Ambition: Teach Social Studies. Weakness: Eat- ing. Activities: Hi-Y I,2: Glee Club I, 2: Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Football3,4: Basketball I , 2, 3, 4: Track I , 2, 3, 4: Band I, 3,4: Orchestra I, 3: Student Council 4: Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President ofC1ass 2. MARGARET ROSE - Commercial Course "Whoa, Prince." Ambition: To see the world. Weakness: Being late to school. Activities: Band I, 2, 3,4: Glee Club I, 2,3: Mixed Chorus r,2,3: Pep Club I, 2,3 Junior Play 3:G.R. I,z,3,4:Trip1e Trio 2,3, 4: Clarinet Quartette 3. JANET HAWTHORNE - College Preparatory Course "Nuts." Ambition: Tosewwell. Weakness: Horses. Activities: Band r,2, 3,4, qCaptain 47: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club I, 2: G.R.I,2,3,4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, fVice-President 41: Twister Staff4: Orchestra 3: Music Festival I,2,3,4. V T vt, 3 . . W M jr, ,. . i "Open wide, Mary Ellen. " ROY RUSSELL - General Course "Hey, squirt." Ambition: Farmer. Weakness: Hunting. Activities: Transferred from Climax Sophomore year. Glee Club 2, 3, 4:F.F.A. 2, 3,4, fTreasui-er 3: Program Chairman 47: Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4 Foot- ball 3,4: Track 2: Basketball 2,3: Student Council 4: Hi-Y 2,3,4: Annual staff 4. KARL JAMES KENNEDY - Scientific Course "Prove it." Ambition: Explore Rocky Mountains. Weakness: Hunt- ing. Activities: Glee Club 2, 3,4: Football 2, 3: Track 2,3,4: Band 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4: Library Staff 4. ANITA SHAW - General Course ' "By doggiesf' Ambition: To be a farmer's wife. Weakness: Good music. Activities: G.R. I, 2,3,4: Glee Club I, 2, 3,4: Pep Club 2, 3,4:F.H.A. 4: Annual Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4:Band 2,3,4: Proc- tor 4. SALLY WALLACE - Commercial Course "E--gods. " Ambition: Nurse. Weakness: Dogs. Activities: G.R. I,2, 3,4, fCabinet 43: Annual Staff 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3,4: Library Staff I: Proctor 4: Glee Club I, 2,3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4: Junior Play 3: Music Festival I, 2, 3. STANLEY MARSHALL - Industrial Arts Course "Jolly," Ambition: Go to College. Weakness: Banana Splits. Ac- tivities: Hi-Y I,2,3,4: Basketballr, 2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4. KAY STEVENS - College Preparatory Course "Let's eat." Ambition: Teach Art and Ballet. Weakness: Wichita. Activities: Transferred Junior year from Philadelphia. G.R. 3,4: Pep Club 3,4: Annual staff 4: Twister staff 4: Library Staff 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. eil LOFJ GENE FRANCIS - General Course "I'll be gladwhen school's out. " Ambition: Hunter. Weakness: Hunt- ing. Activities: Football 2:Junior Play 3:Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4, QCabinet 4, Religious Chairmanj: Band I, 3: Annual Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Glee Club 2: Library Staff 2, 3. RAYMOND BRICE - General Course Ambition: Farmer. Weakness: Malts. Activities: Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Glee Club 2,4: F.F. A. 3,4: qOfficer 4Q. CHARLENE RADER - General Course "Holy cow." Ambition: Airline Hostess. Weakness: Horses. Activ- ities: Glee Club I,2,3,4: G.R. I,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 2,3,4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Proctor 4. JOAN SOULE - College Preparatory Course - "Bless Bess and Grandma, too." Ambition: Doctor. Weakness: Horses. Activities: F.H.A. I, 2: G.R. I, 2,3: Student Council 4: Secretary of Class 4: Twister Staff 4. , ffl ffl- V. ,t . . 3,2 it N , t: in ' "All sunshine and smiles. " , , .sw it ll I-..,wo,. 3 . ,. ,- 5 if NELDA JARVIS - Commercial Course "Are you kiddim' Ambition: Togo to business college. Weakness: Spending money. Activities: G.R. I, 2,4. TOM POMRANKY - College Preparatory Course Ambition: College. Weakness: Music. Activities: Transferred from Michigan Freshman year. Basketball 2, 3,4: Football 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4: Glee Club 2, 3,4: 1-Ii-Y 2, 3,4. PAULINE ARGUELLES - General Course Ambition: None. Weakness: Conversation. Activities: G.R. 4:G1ee Club I: Mixed Chorus I: F.H.A. 3. MARY ELLEN FRENCH - General Course "Don't be bitter, you never had things so easy." Ambition: To own a ranch. Weakness: Sleeping. Activities: F.H. A. 2, 3,4, fPresident 4: Parliament 2, 33: G.R. I, 2, 3,4: PepClub 2, 3: MixedChorus 4: Glee Club I, 2, 4: Library staff 2: Proctor 4: Program Chairman of Class 4. IIM SEARS - Industrial Arts Course ' "Tricky. " Ambition: Army Air Force. Weakness: Sport magazines. Activities: Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3.4: Junior Play 3: Football 1, 2, 3,4: Basketball 1, 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4. EVELYN BARRIER - General Course "Keep your head up, kids. You have a ,long way I0 g0- Ambition: Beauty Operator. Weakness: Sleeping. Activities: F.l-LA. 2, 3,4, fTreasurer 30: Pep Club 2, 3,4: G.R. I, 2, 3.4: Mixed Chorus 4: Glee Club 2, 3,4. 10 -nam., fi .ae eniorri MABELLE BROOKS - General Course "l-li." Ambition: Work in an orphanage. Weakness: Eating. JACK JEFFREY - Industrial Arts Course "What you know?" Ambition: Travel. Weakness: Pool. Activities: Football I, 2,3,4: Track I,2,3,4: Hi-Y I,2,3,4. BARBARA BELT - General Course "Hi." Ambition: Typist. Weakness: Conversation. Activities: G.R. r,2,3,4: Glee Club 1: F.H.A. 3,4, qofficer 31. MARY MYERS - General Course "Whoopee de-do. " Ambition: Go to the Coast. Weakness: Throwing money away. Activities: G.R. I,2,3,4: F.H.A. 3,4: Pep Club I,2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4, fVice-President 41: Twister 4: Cheerleader 3,4. lsn't it funny Ida Belle '? DON CHEATHAM - Scientific Course "Exceeding1y." Ambition: To travel. Weakness: Duckhunting. Ac- tivities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3:I-Ii-Y r,2,3,4: Stu- dent Council 2, QSophomore Representative1: Library staff I: Junior Play 3: Football 2, 3,4: Track 2, 3: Twister Staff 4. GENE SPRAGUE - General course "Oh, gee." Weakness: Cherry piea la mode. Activities: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Twister staff 4: Junior Play 3. MARY ELLEN VAUGHN - General Course "Sad but true. " Ambition: Trans-continental Air Hostess. Weakness: Perfume. Activities: G.R. I, 2, 3,4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, fCabinet 3, 41: Mixed Chorus I , 2, 3,4:Glee Club I, 2, 3, fSecretary 31: Orchestra I, 3: Quartet 3: Triple Trio 3, 4:Trio 2, 3: Student Council 3:Iunior Play 3: Annual staff 4:Youth Symphony 3: Music Festival I,2, 3,4: Secretary- Treasurer of Class I: Speech 4. CAROLE GAFFNEY - Commercial Course "It's a great life." Ambition: Vacation in Hawaii. Weakness: New Clothes. Activities: Orchestra I, 2, 3: Pep Club I, 2,3, 4: G.R. I,2, 3,4: Glee Club I, 3, fSocial Chairman 31: Proctor 4: Junior Play 3, fBusiness Manager1: Annual Staff 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Sextette 4: Library Staff 2, fPresident 21: Music Festival I, 2, 3,4: Speech 4. LAWRENCE MURPHY - General Course "You may have his hat but not his head." Weakness: Hunting. Ac- tivities: Hi-Y I,2,3,4: Football I, 2,3,4: Basketball I,2, 3,4: Track I , 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Manager of Junior Play 3: President ofC1ass 2. IANICE FARMER - College Preparatory Course "Real1y2" Ambition: Tour the world. Weakness: Pokey. Activities: Band I, 2,3,4, QSecretary-Treasurer 41: Glee Club I,2: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3: Triple Trio r,2,3,4: Trio 3: Annual Staff 3: G.R. 1, 2,3,4, QCabinet I, 2,3,41: Library Staff I: Junior Play 3: Quartette 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3,4, QCabinet 41: Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4. eniom I OE CHURCH - General Course "Why, shore." Weakness: ElDorado. Activities: Hi-Y 2,3,4:Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 2, 3. JACK COOPER - General Course "You know it. " Ambition: Professional basketball player. Weakness: Bashfulness. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. MARILYN LOEBEL - Commercial Course "Hey, Strash Pod." Ambition: Work in an office then travel. Weak- ness: Boys. Activities: G.R. r,2,3,4:PepC1ub I,2,3,4:Mixed Cho- rus 3,4, fPresident 45: Glee Club 3: F.l-l.A. 2,3,4, CCabinet 31: Annual staff 4: Vice-President of Class 4. LILA MILLER - Commercial Course "Honest to Pete. " Ambition: Teacher. Weakness: Music. Activ- ities: Junior Play 3: G.R. I, 2,3,4, CCabinet 43: Pep Club I, 2, 3,4: Glee Club I, 2,4, qProgram Chairman 45: Mixed Chorus I,2, 3,4: Tri- ple Trio 2, 3,4: Library Staff 2: Annual Staff 4: Accompanist to Girls' Glee Club and Trio I,3,4:ACCO1T1pa1'liSI110 Boys' Glee Club I:Secretary of Class 2, President 3: Music Festival I, 2, 3,4: Sextette 4. X lloh, ' -: Johnny" FRED CRISWELL - General Course Weakness: Women. Activities: Football 2, 3: Basketball I: Track 2, 3: Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,4:G1eeC1ub r,2,3,4:Hi-Y I, 2, 3,4, fCabinet 47: Music Festival I, 2, 3,4: Class Vice-President I. I IM BURKE - Engineering Course Activities: Track I, 2, 3: Hi-Y I, 2, 4: GleeC1ub I, 2, 3,4: Mixed Cho- rus 1. 21 314' JO ANN BRICE - College Preparatory Course "Well, uh." Ambition: Teacher. Weakness: Horseback riding. Ac- tivities: Glee Club I, 2, 3: G.R. I, 2,3,4: Library Staff 2: Pep Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3. MARIAN GANT - Scientific Course "For goodness sakes." Ambition: High School teacher. Weakness: Talking. Activities: G.R. 2, 3,4: Glee Club 3: Debate 3,4: Twister Staff 4. IDA BELLE REICH - Commercial Course "Strash Pod." Ambition: To travel. Weakness: Men. Activities: G.R. I,2,3,4:F.H.A. 2,3,4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4:Annua1 Staff 4: Stu- dent Council 4: Proctor 4:G1ee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3,4: Cheerleader 3,4: Class Officer 3: Music Festival 3. LOUISE REIDER - General Course "Gee whiz." Ambition: Telephone Operator. Weakness: Baked Beans. Activities: Pep Club I,2,3i Glee Club 2,4: Mixed Chorus 4: F.H.A. 2,3,4, qcabinet z,3y: G.R. I,2,3,4: Library Staff 3: Twister Staff 4. in bias Tlfff 14" ur' 6 J. eniord JOHN HUFFORD - College Preparatory Course "I'm sure glad this is Friday. " Ambition: Engineer. Weakness: Women Activities: Hi-Y 3,4:Footba114:Track 3:Basketbal1 3: Student Coun- cil 4: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Orchestra 3. JACK BRODDEL - College Preparatory Course "Good deal." Ambition: Hunter. Weakness: Studying. Activities: Football I,2,3,4: Basketball I,2,3: Track I,2,3,4: Junior Play 3- I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, fCabinet 35: Mixed Chorus 3, 4gG1C6 Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 3,4. JUNE EDDINGS - General Course "Well, my land." Ambition: English teacher. Weakness: Cherry pie a la mode. Activities: Transferred from Reece Senior year. G.R. 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Pep Club 1.2, 3: President of Class 1, z,3. TERESA TEICHGRAEBER - College Preparatory Course "That's nice." Ambition: Exceed in piano. Weakness: Chocolate cake. Activities: Glee Club I, 2,39 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Pep Club I, 2, 3: Triple Trio 2,35 Student Council 4: G.R. I, 2,3,4. That poor car ! MAPJORIE HUGHES - General Course 'Strash Pod. " Ambition: To go tobusiness college. Weakness: Spend- ing money. Activities: G.R. I, 2,3,4: Pep Club I, 2,3.4:F.H.A. 2, 3,4, fCabinet 31: Glee Club 2,4: Mixed Chorus 4: Library Staff 2: Twister Staff 4: Treasurer of Class 4. VERA MORRIS - General Course "It wasn't easy. " Ambition: Nurse. Weakness: Eating. Activities: G.R. t, z,3,4: Pep Club 1, 2,3: Glee Club 1, 2,3: Mixed Chorus z,3: F.H.A. 2, 3,4: Twister Staff 4. THELMA IEAN HUDSON - General Course Ambition: To work. Weakness: Movies. Activities: G.R. I,2,4: Mixed Chorus 4: Glee Club I,2,4: F.H.A. 2,3,4: Twister Staff 4: Library Staff 3. CAROLYN HILLMAN - Commercial course "Is that right?" Ambition: To go to College, Weakness: Movies. Activities: G.R. I,2,3,4:F.H.A. 3: LibraryStaff 2,3:Proctor 4:Glee Club I,2. WAYNE CHURCHMAN - General Course "Hi ya, Curley." Ambition: Car jockey. Activities: Hi-Y2,3,4: Glee Club 3,4: F.F.A. 4. 13 wg? in t M' r H .. H1 Q3-cgi,--1 Q: ig ' 5193. GT: :sig gr 3 , ,fi3gj3.gi-: A 1 , -t fwf' YT it ..... .. ,.,.. vm? .ygitw Nqggyfffi X 'f. t F 5 ir,"i't?f:' N T11 ' 5 "-Q 'V - K I 3 .-.w 'Q' ft-'49 I ' Ari- 'a , . - ' 5 19- ., -1 ,, - -+ ,. 1,5 Sf-'T , W., -N ' ' r ' X ' 0 S l 9 4- - 1.F'L:i' ' 'sw rtffw- f wf,sc. f ' ' .-,xg iawfw-.itil-E553--5 H: L,.,. it-if 4- V: N . L, L , ., it union! Just Restin' We, the promoted Sophomores of '50, after having completed arnost successful year at E. H. S., are prepared to be the Seniors of '51. Our officers were elected at the first class meeting. They are: Buddy Hughes, Presidentg Joan Downing, Vice-P1-esidentg Harold Boone, Secretaryg and J.L. Hawthorne, Treasurer. On December l, 1950 the Junior Class Play, "That's the Ticket," was presented. The play was directed by Miss Nincehelser. The Seniors were royally entertained at the annual prom, which topped off the year for the class. The Junior Class was wellrepresented in all IG Don Smith rn curricular and extra-curricular activities this year. We wish to thank our sponsors , Miss Caulkins, Miss Folkerts, Mr. Brooks, and Mr. Wheat, without whose help the year would not have been as successful. Joan Downing Jerry James Tata Webb Carl Barrier F41 15:5 'E' df Q , ff fi K z 1 Charles Criswell f Martha Poe David .Tordahl Phyllis Dunn eniom J. I... Hawthorne Bethel Wolfe- Skip Wassell Sue Straight Gene Stringer Fern Cloyd .Tack Newby Joan Hellman Dale Whipple Eleanor Lewis Richard Ailor Dorothy Martin Maybe the sun was bright! 'eh-Q., b'9"!"v mg' x... 1 f if .fx- JQE,5f'gi ww N H r , 1 wwzwxwivww wg, in lm .3 F5 Q ,K . -- 5 1?-' Q -A TNA s gi , .'f?,T.l, is 1 I ,, , my 6 e Marvin Pennington Vesta McGirr Glenn Gulick Virginia Bumgardner 9 '75 If 5 if 1. Q, .war I ,W r w H ' H fly' 'IPS 'S'-M av A ll ll WI ll :': i Think Hard! 8l'll0I'.'f ML . IH! :ill 4- 'Q I 9 7 ' Ai , A j J , E 4 r M in ' JJJ in ,in , j5?' xLi'k igg on 1 7' V lk, L 5 5 . , gl V P , K" ' , , f,A f 'i+"J.i.i1Jgi, ' Q in J 1' J M lg - J J J ll in ' "f 'V K fr" Wei " N .ff ff' "" 9 R K. Li, f 1 iQ . K xi: in 'AA I. , ai .27 .1 ,.,. Q, ii? ,ft K 'S v Ronald Hill Virginia Black Frank Gains Joan Colvin Harold Boone Pat Mcllvain Jim Elliston Glenda Klein Phillip John ston Joyce Brizencli Jim Dochow Wilma Kunkle Wilbur Wygle Eleanor Hedges Gernie Dixon Hurley Breech HC I lll'll0l"5 Hi Fellows ! J ack Paul Billie Raber Charles Hendrickson gy bvir if' ' I Darlene Schneider Z E .f ,. 4, ' Buddy Hughes Phyllis LeVieux Fred Burton Wilbur Elliot Jerry Evenson Jack Henderson Delores Edwards Jack Cook Jim McMillan Mabel Pickens Jerry Webb John Hensley NOT PICTURED Earl Ball Curtis Cooper Charles Smith Bill Weatherbee Donna Moon jf Y. H5 C ,I Ji-fr Q , Q' ,r if Y . iln ii 5 f 4 -mtg. C ,H SIU 0l'l'l0l'2:f Oh, you lucky boy! We, members of the class of '53, rnet in September and elected our class officers as follows: President, Shirley Myersg Vice-President, John Roseg Secretary, Ronnie Roweg Treasurer, John Bayless. Edyra Sears, .Tack Benton, and Howard Neighbors were elected to the Student Council. The Sophomore Class was very well represented in all organizations. The sophomore boys participated in all sports with several of the boys lettering. Darlene Reed and Daryl Evenson were candidates for personality king and queen. Darlene Reed was also a candidate for football queen. We owe many thanks for a successful year to our sponsors: Miss Steffey, Mr. Coffel, and Mr. Shear- , : , burn. 'I Q V After completing two successful years in E. H.S. , ' we are looking forward to nextyear when we will greet Nerf you as juniors. , jill 1. , ,, , E. r- dxf? ' 7? 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T T" V 1' r . f V . , , . l. , Y N ' A-5 .5 1 ,il Y i V .4 F ' Wa- , , gl V, , ilu. rr., 'N 1 -6 - V all X s : , ' - K , - i., a , lr, . is 5 is r ' is , T .S Q I T agar- it it - S 4- 5 tttl A il , 1 9' A ' 4 '55 " Q -1- if V, ..f- ' - . 'uw A A ' H - A 'HI V W My AIS if O xl ' ,im 7 it ' t ' . t ' 77' 1' lf- Q' 'A ' -W fi. irfliiuf n """' ' O ' 'N pf S ssa J ff as or 1 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jimmie Hyson, Geraldine Whipple, Roy Tomlinson, Carolyn Carlson, Robert Sanders, Bonnie Mumford, Bob Duncan. SECOND ROW: Ann Haga, Kenneth Benton, Edrya Sears, Marvin Day, Darlene Reed, Guy Thomp- son, Connie Arguelles. THIRD ROW: Billie McCollum, Helen Mattingly, Kimble Henry, Mary Stewart, Gene Close, De- lores Rockhill, John Rose. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Davis, Kenneth Evenson, Corylee Martin, Eddie Myers, lean Basham, Ramon Schreffler, Joyce Hillman. FIFTH ROW: Howard Neighbors, Thedda Soule, Max Donaldson, Peggy Eckles, Robert Samuels, Ruth Cloyd, Buddy Church. SIXTH ROW: Mary Jane Mahar, David Angersbach, Bonnie Braden, Kenneth Stuber, Winola Clark, Donald Hudson, Helen Curnutt. SEVENTH ROW: Joe Jeffrey, Dorothy Mcllvain, Ioan Bayless, Margaret Bratton, Ronald Rowe, Beatrice Escareno, Jack Brenton. NOT PICTURED: Arthur Dorsett, Daryl Evenson, and Don Gam. 19 'S .- V , 11, N A A Al . 1 it R I wl' .gI"2JAl'l'leI'l Five fellows and one ice cream bar ! In the fall of 1950, Freshmenf .agged as Hgreenies, " entered old E. H. S. In a few short weeks they became acquainted with the school and their new classmates. From the Freshman Class these officers were elected: Betty Ramsey, Presidentg Larry Gamblain, Vice President, Christel Day, Secretary, Ann Duncan, Treasurerg and Betty Ball, Program Chairman. The Freshmen had active parts in the student council, G.R. , Pep Club, Hi-Y, football, and basket- ball. The Freshman dance was a big success and will be remembered by all. The year 1954 looms ahead as not only a time of graduation, but a time when we will leave all our Wonderful E. H. S. memories, to take anew and excit- ing part in the outside world. Our appreciation and gratitude go to our sponsors, Miss Gray, Miss Lemon, Mr. Han, and Mr. Blair. If-il J' Is! 33-Q. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Connie Simmons, Marionllowland. SECOND ROW: Ronald Miller, Sharron Soule, Marvin Atchison, Carol Purkeypile, Gary Kosmider, Gecxgm Cook, Parks Wallace. THIRD ROW: Nancy Meredith, Billy Hodgson, larry Gamblaln, John Owings, Rnbben Thorne, Billy Dixon, Eleanor Olson. FOURTH ROW: Randall French, Frances McGee, Wayne I-loobler, Jean Bonrquln, Mary Alice Jones, Alfred Mann, and Jean Horne. Z0 lf? gi J X r 1 ' 5, M. A 4 75-H-'f,f'If. f .. : W: Y-, 'fwgw fire ' . . ' V.. . :' l , ' -, -- - J. 1 . ' ' .. - Q' , f -- ' ' .- Y-Q ' 7 2: 35, 'P' ' ' N 5' J Q J J a I sin. 1 I V ,... , , ,r :1 .g u ' O ' E 1-- fag 1 .a , , . A 'f ' l " J 7 'fF"'s': . , . 0 33 R T - fl if -I ' '1 f ,. " an E -' i ai ,., at ff- I fl , , if if it 0 I If I I -, 4 I A' ""i + :' - 'S Z h ,: at 2 ' aaata , I , y .Q if ,Q - 1 2: , I K , 4.1 , I I ll f x N F, ' ,V F I J 5 .El , ,Q , 1 72. ' I " ' 1 ' E, F 5 'x .. 4 'F H 5 wal - f 1 f e-4 ,I 1 . , 4 N A -, ' -'-we V W . nur Q A Q' vi 1- ' 3 , he ,h I hhlh - 1 rg 6 D w iff TZ? f- 4- V fuf ' I g ,, we I - ' I if n I -'cv I' I , of ff, I oont it W to F I :V y f- I, -I ' A , r , I 5:2 " " I I I I A or I I - I -i gz , M , ,ra nr- :tr J F 'P R l if if as 'ffa X as X , ,, li - - :Ely I , , Q, V Q - E . lv - a 1-,f I . 1 5 IC, . -.. ' F l F K P 3, -. WU X FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Robin Marshall, Betty Jarvis, lim Miller, Betty Ramsey, Paul Williams, Donna Putnam, Bob Sears. SECOND ROW: Karen Murphy, Don McGirr, Glemra McDonald, Mason Brookover, Carole Loebel, Ronnie Johnson, Peggy Sue Neighbors. THIRD ROW: Jack Casner, Sherry Schneider, Francis Farr, Wanda Greenwood, Bob Ford, Carol Brown, Arthur Horst. FOURTH ROW: Ann Duncan, Carl Smith, Christel Day, Donald Nixon, Jeannine Downing, Jordon Williams, Peggy Sue Haga. FIFTH ROW: George Brandon, Betty Ball, Bill Spain, Charlotte Murdock, David McManis, Sonja Criswell, John Basham. SIXTH ROW: Barbara Gant, Keith Rhoades, Thelma Reynolds, Jackie Felter, Helen Pedroja, Larry Johnson, Shirley Davis. SEVENTH ROW: Clive Whittaker, Virginia Chastain, Allen Kidd, Warren Worley, Ioe Stilwell, Barbara Wheeler, Burl Evensen. NOT PICTURED: Paul Buffington, Daryl Lawrence, and Donald McCammon. Z1 ,, ,. ,,,-Yg e A , Q -sLif'i?' ' :N 1' ,h i Ollie TW' . 3" X. ' W ' K M' 4-I H H f fy. f 1i?fTfi'1,. " xnf N". +1 , 1- 'A -:rf 51553 .,1.- Hfzw , .' will f 6166215 wF"' We Disect We Read We Recite We Sing We Listen We Se We Build 22 , A,f.'f"' :-2: 1 ' fl.. ' R. "ef, 11'-3 ...' " ! .Q , FK ef -'www OP? , , Pa x ' I L. ,' - f""1 ' ' . .,... . . . ..- ,paw 486 QQ A .vw XYDQOQ r 3919 6415665 New We Recite We Exerclse W We aid Health We do Geometry We Study We Type erdonagfiea QUEEN JANICE The week before the sales of the 1951 Tornado began, each homeroom nominated their candidates for per- sonality queen and king. From this list of candidates each class selected one queen and one king candidate each to represent them in the final elect- ion. The four queen candidates run- ning inthe finals were: Janice Farm- er, Seniorg Bethel Wolfe, Juniorg Darlene Reed, Sophomore, and Carol Brown, Freshman. The four king candidates running in the finals were: Don Cheatham, Seniorg Dale Whipple, Iuniorg Daryl Evanson, Sophomoreg and Bill Spain, Freshman, . . ,flux 4-lx' ,iw , KING DON The next week was observed as tag week in E.H.S. The Business Managers sold subscriptions to the 1951 Tornado in the halls before school in the mornings and at noons. The purchase of an annual entitled the holder of the receipt to one vote for the queen and king candidates. A voting booth was maintained to give privacy in voting. Results were charted daily. Janice Farmer and Don Cheatham, both seniors, re- ceived the honors. The annual staff then planned a cornation ball for the late spring to crown the winners and to distribute the 258 annuals sold. Mocfora Fifth -hour announcements Absent and Tardy Slips Those students situated in the halls every hour, welcoming visitors and giving everyone a smiling greeting, are our proctors. They are always ready to be of service to the faculty and fellow students. Stu- dents wishing to be proctors submit their names to the office. Their main duties consist of collecting absent and tardy slips and distribut- ing announcements. Pictured below are: First row--Anita Shaw, June Bumgardner, Charlene Rader, Mary Myers. Back row - Marilyn Loebel, Ida Bell Reich, Sally Wallace, Mary Ellen French, Carolyn Hillman, Fern Cloyd. Z5 sgzaclenf Counci Fr eshman Hop f OFFICERS SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Mcllvain, Sec.g Winola Clark, Vice-Pres.g John Green, Pres.g John Hufford, Treas. STA NDING:JoanSuo1eg Mrs. Mason, advisorg Teresa Teich- graeberg Jane O'Nealg Ida Bell Reichg June Bungardnerg Roy Russell. SEATED: Jack Brenmong Alan Kiddg John Roseg Carol Brown. STANDING: Jack Hendersong Chuck 'Hendxicksong Hurley Breechg Howard Neighborsg Virginia Blackg Sue Straightg Edra Sears. 26 rdf flrvk ' QI! mffeflleff Delivering Thanks giving baskets . SENIOR CABINET FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Mary Ellen Vaughn, Chaplain, Dorothy Mart- in, Treasurer, Sue Straight, Vice-Presi- dent, Janice Farmer, President. SEC- OND ROW, Miss Steffey, Sponsor, Pat Mcllvain, Service Chairman, Anita Shaw, Music, Sue Baird, Social, Lila Miller, Program, Kay Stevens, Publici- ty. NOT PICTURED: Sally Wallace, Secretary. The G.R. has enjoyed a very successful year under the leadership of Janice Farmer, the president, 'and her assistant members. The year was highlighted by such events as a coke party, a Halloween Party, a Christmas Party, the Father-Daughter Chili Feed, and the Mother -Daughter Tea. the G.R. worked to earn money to contribute to the T. B. Association. The G.R. and Hi-Y delivered Thanksgiving baskets to three families. The organization set gifts to the coun- ty home, to an institution for the blind, and gave a handkerchief shower for Miss Main at Christmas time. The G.R. members also attended several churches during the year. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our faculty sponsors, Miss Steffey and Miss Lemon, to our many advisors who have helped with this organization. JUNIOR CA BINET Peggy Eckles, Secretary, Corylee Martin, Vice-President, -Norma Teichgraeber, Presi- dent, Betty Ball, Program Chairman. BACK ROW, Miss Lemon, Sponsor, Georgia Cook, Publicity, Mary Alice Jones, Music, Helen Pedroja, Social, Nancy Meredith, Service. Z7 n w FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Bas- ham, Treasurer, Winola Clark, Chaplain- Jw Merry Christmas! ! ! The Hi-Y club of '50-'51 had a very prosperous year. Under the leader- ship of Jack Han and Harold Brooks, sponsors, and Stanley Marshall, pres- ident, many useful things were accomplished. A basketball team was organized and suits were purchased for the team out of the Hi-Y treasury. The membership of the club was not the largestin history, but when they attended church they had a. larger representation than any other club has ever had. On February 20, the club held afather-son chili feed and invited all of the male faculty. Three different sport films were shown. The club was also very active in purchasing Christmas decorations for the inside and outside of the school building. All in all the club feels that it has made worthwhile achievements toward its purpose and its platform. CA BINE T , SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jack Paul, Program Chairman: Stanley Mar- shall, Presidentg Jerry Evenson, Secretaryg Skip Wassell, Treasurer. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Han, Sponsorg Gene Francis, Devotions, Fred Criswell, Publicity Chair- manglack Henderson, Vice-Presxdentg Mr. Brooks, Sponsor. NOT PICTURED: Hurley Breech, Song leader. ' 28 F. H. A. CABINET FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Mcllain, Vice-Presidentg Thelma Hudson Lore, Historian, Mary Myers, Parliamentarianglviary Ellen French, Presidentgkosemary James, Reporterg Jane O'Nei1, Student Council Representative. BACK ROW: Dorothy Martin, Treasurerg Mrs. Folkerts, Sponsorg Ida Belle Reich, Membership Chairman: Ioan Down- ing, Secretary. During 1950-51 the F.H.A. had a successful year under the direction of our sponsor Mrs. Folkerts, president Mary Ellen French, and cabinet. The F. H. A. had a member- ship of 62 girls. Some of the outstanding events that the members enjoyed were: the district conven- tion in Independence, Kansas: F. H.A. Style showg F. H. A. and F. F. A. Box Supper. A harvester king and queen were elected. The king was Wayne Churchman. The queen was Mary Ellen French. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our Mother Advisors Mrs. French and Mrs. Hudson. Z9 ' mmf- ::r'5..a 'A . The FFA chapter this year has been very active. We have shown much im- provement in membership, as our enrollment has nearly doubled the past year.A Parent-Son banquet was initiated this year and is expected to be an annual event because of its success. Onthe program of work for community service, the chapter held milk and soil testing days for the farmers, dairymen, and gardeners. The chapter attended the Kansas State Fair, entering in the district shop and mechanics contest, the state speech, judging and shop contests and other events. Some of the activities we enjoyed are as follows: awatermelonfeed, fishing party, barn warmer, FFA basketball team, fertilizer plots, and a safety skit. The chap- ter purchaseda registered Duroc Gilt. Also, we sponsoreda corn growing contest for the FFA members. The object of the contest was to see who can grow the most corn on one acre of ground. The winner receives the registered Duroc gilt as a prize. The officers elected this year were:President, Frank Gainesg Vice-president, John Hensley, Secretary, Hurley Breechg Treasurer, Jim Ellistong Reporter, Raymond Briceg Sentinel, Daryl Evensong Program chairman, Roy Russell. Our very helpful advisor is Mr. Harry Coffel 30 IQQQCA DEBATE TEAM: David Angersbach, Marian Grant, "The Dear Departed" cast: David Angersbach, Mary Jean Basham, Carole Gaffney, John Green. Vaughn, Don Cheatham, Don Smith, Ann Reno, Eleanor Lewis. This year the speech class had a very eventful season. To raise funds in the beginning of the year, three one act melodramas were presented. With the money raised, the department financed several trips. Sixteen students participated in debate, and the following tournaments were attended: El Dorado, Madison, Wichita, Emporia, the regional and the state. Eureka won first in the Madison and regional tournaments. A one act play, "The Dear Departed," was taken to the league festivalwhere Eureka ranked in the first division. 'The district speech festival was also attendedwhere various events, including the one act play, were entered. ' L . 3 A ,., , 'f i ,a V1 31 N ii YU' xgglevxea owl W Y-W5 i s s s Swift" 0341 W1 Da Tr The wister' E Deparlmenl News C0""'G s ,sa - S I oioshv Dramaltcs Giga S me 'ie To Preset!! Y e The first Twister for the school year 1950-SI was published HI-Y ATTENDS C October 24, by a staff of twenty senior students. Ten issues were E115 printed, the last being distributed May 8. The staff included: Sue Baird, editor-in-chief, Janet Haw- R EHS thorne, assistant editor, Marjorie Hughes, Charlene Rader, business KF RECEIVES Fo managers, Marian Gant, Janet Hawthorne, page editors, Jane TYPEWR NEW O'Neal, Louise Reider, Naomi Montgomery, circulation managers, DE A Don Cheatham, Fred Criswell, sports editors, Mary Ellen French, CRS WH Joan Soule, feature writersg Thelma Lore, Gene Sprague, photog- E AT ra hersgMar M ers, Evel n Barrier, junior hi h re ortersg Pauline . s O P y y Y g P QD Y Arguelles, Doris Lewis, Barbara Belt, Vera Morris, reporters. Miss OU' Do Rosealea Caulkins was advisor. M Ne L15 SF ' RESEN rely OP F1115 My rs 8 Il ll P 5 6 6 ' W 5' I-'eg 1 4, S6 aol, s'ruoEN'rs TAKE l.Q.. 4044 bbq O 35,8 U 001 als P '91- Qfr . 7m +14 fl: 6747. eferj '9 6' ' to "0 -'ls ANNUAL PICTURES' 'TAKEN A P - S Q ' ' 32 404 '90 'IZ' 01723, Off udic ndemgdfi TRIPLE TRIO: Nancy Crebo, Pianist, Anita Shaw, Lila Miller, Jeannine Downing, Margaret Rose, Mary Vaughn, Janice Farmer, Betty Ball, Tate Webb, Carol Brown. SCHOOL PIANISTS Sue Straight Nancy Crebo Lila Miller SEXTETTE: Lila Miller, Mary Vaughn: Nancy Crebo, Pianist, Tata Webb, Carole Gaffney: Carol Brown, Donna Putnam NOT PICTURED. Anita Shaw ?i y My I it ' ..,, ' 5 E' " , " ' " ' " " ,P ff Q' fi ,,,, Ei, , Wg I 6 - A it .1 , , f 1 a' :T 4-ig: . rf - - of -- Z W .. , ,, W, , , M QW. , 574- ' . Y " ' ' 15611-'jggx 2 gf , 1 1 --' QM f- k'f?iW?f55fw f w -- ,f if Y Y I ,N ., ' f , W . - --ww A ML, , af ww , ?.. Y , i. ' , - V' 2-",5Q'fif52Emwx wr, , I -- K r 'G Z 'lim 52125 3523! 2151551 221222 ff "isis mx , ,, , P, , J, 1 V- 5 .-fr, -, 1 H A wms5:sstAfs5Lf5i ' " vhmlm, Aw- ww f M,r::1e11mge1,agff . X - 1 W 1M'r,smszZ1Y.AfYzU": ' S ' fi W w L f , KQQEQ7 Qggffezzzwm- kgslawxxkfzkfv, -Y 55' - f 32:5 . ' xfim, ,W ' -4524? X ., we .. ' ,xx :xi 11,5555 ' w , - - WV , ,rhzvfsfizs ' We ,Zin 'waiei Band , S gm! Gentlemen 0.2969 io! the Cat , Para, Band Personnel, FLUTES: A. Shaw, N. Crebo, S. McMi11ian, N. Meredith. OBOES: L. Jonnson. BASSOON: K. Rhoades. CLARINETS: J. Green, J. Hawthorne, C. Loeble, H. Pedroja, J. Farmer, M. Rose, B. Ramsey, I Downing, J. Brizendine, C. Newby, N. Teichgraeber, P. LeVieux, B. Wheeler, C. Massey, G. McCoy, 1. Ar- guelles, D. C00k, I. Downing. ALTO CLARINET: M. Cooper. BASS CLARINET: P. Eck1es.ALTO SAXOPHONES W. Clark, D. Dodds. CORNETS: D. Angersbach, D. McMannis, R. Ailor, J. Downing, M. Ott, D. McGirr, P. Wallace. FRENCH HORNS: M. Haugh, W. Greenwood. BARITONES: I. Jordan, B. Ford. EUPI-IONIUMg F. Farr. TROMBONESg T. Webb, D. Reed, H. Breech, B. Samuels, J. Casner, B. Sears. BASSES5 W. Hoobler, B. Mc- Collum, I. Ladd. PERCUSSION: M. Donaldson, R. lohnson. TYMPANIg S. Meyer. NOT PICTURED: C. Riley, R. Shreffler. 3 5 mme! Ckorud H' . , FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Reich, B. Gant, S. Criswell, P. Arguelles, D. Lewis, P. Mcllvain, V. Black, D Martin, J. Downing, I. Brizendine, C. Potter, B. Pearse, A. Shaw. SECOND ROW: M. Myers, T. Hudson, M. Hughes M. Loebel, L. Reider, E. Barrier, N. Potter, W. Purkeypile, S. Soule, P. Neighbors, G. Cook, M. Jones, K. Murphy THIRD ROW: H. Mattingly, B. Mumford, C. Rader, L. Miller, M. Mahar, J. O'Nei1, V. Bumgardner, T. Webb, B Raber, C. Day, A. Duncan, P. Eckles, N. Crebo. FOURTH ROW: D. Whipple, K. Kennedy, D. Cheatham, D. Smith, H. Boone, P. Haga, B. Ball, C. Brown, V. Chastain, R. Brice, K. Morrison, B. Duncan, K. Benton. BACK ROW:G. Stringer, G. Brandon, T. Pomranky, J. Sears. R. Russell, J. Sharp. F. Criswell, J. Broddle, I. Bayless, E. Ball, J. L. Hawthorne, J. Jeffrey, J. McMillan, J. Kasner. The mixed chorus was alarge organizationthis year. A problem which prevailed was a lack of boys to make the group more successful. However, this group has enjoyed learning and singing their parts to such ar- rangernents as, "The Battle Hyrnn of the Republic", "Jingle Bells", and "Era of Peace". The chorus was directed by R. D. Wheat. 36 ,f ir 5 7 ee FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Pearse, D. Lewis, P. Arguelles, E. Barrier, Mary Myers, A. Duncan, L. Miller, N. McGinnis, T. Webb, B. Raber, C. Purkeypile. SECOND ROW: P. Haga, S. Criswell, M. Jones, G. Cook, K. Murphy, C. Rader, A. Shaw, M. Mahar, H. Mattingly, W. Purkeypile, M. Braxton, G. McDonald C. Brown. THIRD ROW: M. French, M. Hughes, L. Reider, B. Ball, V. Bumgardner, V. Chastain, S. Wallace, J. Hellman, C. Potter, N. Potter, S. Davis, C. Day, F. McGee. The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Gray, had a very successful year. They gave per- formances for an assembly, the Christmas Program, the Tri-Valley Music Festival, the District Music Contest at Emporia, and the Spring Program. Rehearsals during third hour on Monday and Wed- nesday of each week of the school year. 37 0 , G 22 , , . ' .:12,f5: N w w w 'Taz 1- 52 , , 1' 1' ' ' W X 1 ,sz , , , , 4 t my , ,i fi ' 1 my ' " . " . , . 5" Y FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. McMi11ian, D. Smith, R. Brice, J. Sears, K. Benton, J. Bayless, H. Breech, D Jordahl, I. Burke, R. Russell, G. Stringer, P. Johnston, D. Cheatham. SECOND ROW: T. D. Wheat, director: F, Farr, B. Church, I. Brandon, D. Whipple, R. Schreffler, G. Close, J. Cooper, T. Pomranky, H. Boone, L. Brown G. Brandon, F. Bumgardner, K. Kennedy, J. Church, Anita Shaw, accompanist. THIRD ROW: I. Casner, R. Tomlin son, B. McCo11om, R. Rowe, J. Broddle, F. Criswell, M. Day, K. Morrison, B. Duncan, J. Sharp. T. Tucker,J Rose, J. Hyson, J. Owens. , The Boys' Glee Club has this year become what, for the first time in recent years, can be called a real glee club. At least, they have developed to the point where they cannow handle standard four -part music adequate- ly. Mr. Wheat is verypleased with the progress the boys have made this year and looks forward to some good per- formances in the near future. 38 0,9 Fifty-five loyal Pepperettes, under the leadship of Miss Caulkins, were backing the boys in all the athletic events. The fol- lowing officers were chosen: President--Sue Baird, Vice-President- -Janet Hawthorn, Secretary--Rosemary James, Treasurer-- Lewis, Student Council Representative--Ida Belle Reich, Program Chairman--Janice Farmer, Social Chairman-- ual Staff Representative--Marilyn Loebel. Our cheerleaders were Ida Belle Reich, Mary Myers, Jane Eleanor Mary Ellen Vaughn, Ann O'Nea1, and Darlene Reed. 39 .x4fALfic egnfroclucfion ,H ,WW , H 'fiE5?i5i5+-- F, f' 'wif' ', , any T HE T WIR LERS Shirley McMillian, Nancy Crebo, Phyllis LeVieux, Norma Teich- graeber, Peggy Eckles. CHEERLEADERS CLOCKWISE: Mary Myers, Ida Be11,Reich, Jane O'Nea1, Darlene Reed. Coronation of Football Queen, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Sharp escorting Darlene Reed, Sophomore Can- didate, Bud Murphy escorting Sue Baird, All School Candidate: Jack Cooper, Kingg crowning Janet Hawthorne, Queeng Glenna McDonald, Freshman Candidate, escorted by Jim Searsg Sue Straight, Junior Candidate, escorted by Jack Jeffrey. 2 f,,i f ' 1 ' f f-4 " . - 'LE' 'H+- ' -- .. , . .-.f , v ., - A 12721. ,I Q ...,.-f-an , , 'na 'ffisw-f 5 ww .. ft . uf:-fy :T ' A- ' iff V .I X. ." -V 1510. ' ' ...Lf ff -:.f.1-Q- fyrz- .ff W . 'I' . .I ,i avr- -vg. "I ' ,: Qui, - p Q ...p:... 1 -.I . ..... 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RWM Avi' .-f 4' if 1 W. "'fA 4, H fm, EFL M' 1 F of Q v K wa , T , " 1 A 'ra- n r. -is 1, 3 w W xg.:- ...,E33gi.:.s.5E.:E ' ' A 3Qg 'y2l'Hl3'HN"Hfg H 1' , w - r, f ..-,.' - g Y -'T . ' . .g. , ' E:,l!l g , Q ' il 'V J' '?' .4 if- ,I joofgaf Football lettermen as shown on opposite page-- TOP ROW: Jim Sharp, Hurley Breech, Skip Wassell, Jerry Webb, Bud Murphy SECOND ROW: Alan Leonard, Chuck Hendrickson, Curtis Cooper, Jack I-lender son, Jerry Evenson. THIRD ROW: Bill McCollom, John Bayless, Jack Broddle, Jack Cooper, Ray Russel. FOURTH ROW: Dale Whipple, John l-lufford, Tom Pom- ranky, Jack Cook, Bud Hughes. FIFTH ROW: Jim Dochow, Jim Sears, J. L. Haw- thorne, Don Cheatham, Frank Gaines. SIXTH ROW: Kenneth Benton, Jack Jef- frey, Jack Newby, Jack Brenton, Earl Ball. NOT PICTURED: Tracy Tucker. In capturing a share of the Tri-Valley League championship with Cherryvale, Coach Lawrence Blair-'s Tornadoes added other laurels when they landed five men on the all-league team. Sears, endg Jeffrey, tackleg Wassell, guard, Jack Cooper, center, and Pomranky, back were chosen on the first team. The Tornadoes operating from a split-T-formation featured the long runs of Murphy, Hughes, Pornranky, and Hendrickson in every game. Assistant Coach Shearburn's "B" team boys, though heavily outweighed in every game, were not outfought and several of the boys gave promise of de- veloping into future Eureka stars. The honorary captains chosen by the squad were Jack Cooper, Jack Jeffrey, and Bud Murphy. . -... rs .snr .. .- ,,. , I i Q Sport? Edi Coach For Cha rs B1.-,,,. wm, Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka SUMMARY 37 Madison 0 I4 Garnett o 20 Humboldt O 6 Fredonia 0 25 Burlington 7 I3 Cherryvale I3 27 Planeview 7 46 Neodesha o 33 Yates Center O o E1 Dorado 33 -H" f ww--N-Q--M wma.,-,a-s... , L , ,M V Y f ssl - fag 'Y :?T"1,. is H , ' ' lf' . , ,fr . .- hy- sf' P-. C -sg. .4 In -. t fu D H Hui- , Y. ,, in eil- -.gp qv' ,-Q..5g,. V! f..-w,,,'b 45- 5 ,. .-v. ,N .. s Q. 7 ,1,',,,, aw V. t -. at . -,W .D ...r--, ,ll , J. Y. . s s-1, ., , V , -.N - 2'a'5f,::1,,,,,t15tl'e5e:'7' ws, :,"fm,,..r, ,,,,r:.rm:mi.,,.:t.we.f.T"'62n, .M-,f wb m.,t.r:::N1'. ,.........,,f.., ,, ,, --S 'qifffl .iwffefga for . . I 13.35, ll ' if .N ,Hn Qjw w:uni,gymHHi'nwjigljlll V .. l Ji H 1' U I 4 'l H .55 fs gr 1 N wr mx W if'WJ''l5""'Ef12fiiH'l1'-31"Q'fiw'i5r"'...am1l1iW" -.JH-rrw,ii,w:,:l!Rr.. it uw N 4 ru, i w l-Glfvllfywu Nu ll',Jp.Fy,.Hl.rI5Ql,ww ,rw w... 'N " . ,w WQQ' V IH.. ,V UQ... ,V-, '-L QPF' ' My - Vail' - , .Qs V' All , 14.9 ' rw .. N. . ,pn .,. I ,Mu Nm, A I np FIRST ROW: A. Leonard, T. Pomranky, D. Whipple, D. Jordahl, H. Boone, C. Cooper, S. Marshall, J. Cooper, G. Gulick, C. Hendrickson, J. Henderson, B. Murphy, K. Stuber, J. Evenson. SECOND ROW: Coach Blair, J. Sharp, B. Hodgson, R. Johnson, D. Hudson, J. Dochow, G. Stringer, I. James, J. Hawthorne, H. Neighbors, B. McCollum, K. Benton, G. Close, D. Evenson, Asst. Coach Shearburn. THIRD ROW: E. Meyers. J. Brenton, L. Johnson, K. Rhoades, L. Gamblain, J. Stilwell, G. Brandon, I. Basham, J. Owens, M. Brookover, P. Wallace, B. Ford, J. Bayless, B. Dun- can. These boys are the Tri-Valley Champs for '5l. They won first place in the Invita- tional Tournarnent at Eureka played during Christmastime - - defeating Ft. Scott 57-41. and Madison 39-32. They won the second place trophy in the District Tour- nament at'Dureka--defeating Mulvane 32-37, but losing to Augusta 42-37. As this annual goes to press fMarch 12Jwe learn that the boys have beeninvited to the State meet at Salina on March 14. 22 L Q . ik H 4 , -L.-i .. 'Eff B I Eureka 34 47 Z4 34 49 58 61 58 49 50 50 29 24 46 41 54 52 42 KCl,5LQf66lf Olgffefnien Augusta Burlington Madis on Fredonia Garnett Cher ryvale Yate s Center Neodesha Humboldt Jack Cooper Alan Leonard Augusta David Jordahi Burlington Madison Fr edonia. Garnett Cherryvale Yates Center Neodesha Humboldt Bud Murphy Chuck Hendricks on Harold B oone Dale Whipple 44 Curtis Cooper Jack 1-iendersor Stanley Marsha Tom Pomralnky Z... The following boys saw action in the 1951 track season: FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Cooper, J. Dochow, T. Pomranky, S. Marshall, J. Henderson, D. Whipple, L. Murphy, J James, J. Broddle, C. -Hendrickson, S. Wassell, B. Hughes, H. Boone. SECOND ROW: Coach Blair, K, Henry, R. Marshall, W Hoobler, G. C1ose,J. Bayless, L. Saunders, R.-Russell, K. Benton, C. Cooper, J. Newby, D. Hudson, G. Stringer, J. Hawthorne F. Gaines, R. Johnosn, Coach Shearburn. BACK ROW: L. Gamblain, B. McCollum, D. Gant, J. Green, I. Brenton, J. Paul, T Tucker, J. Evenson, P. Johnston, J. Owens, K. Stubber, H. Worley, B. Hodgson, D. Evenson, H. Neighbors, J. Stillwell, B Duncan, K. Rhoades, audi. Hyson. . X .1 it 3 xg., ,lllr hp pnhhnhl ph JJJJ it asses s o ne M on ax as Q Coach Shearburn's B Team Basketball Scores Eur eka Opponent Augusta 25 1-3-Q7 B urlington 3 5 3 1 Madison 3 3 1 8 Fredonia 3 3 3 1 Garnett 40 30 Cherryvale 43 40 Yates Center 38 Z6 Neode sha 43 26 Humboldt 44 37 Augusta. 40 38 Burlington 40 33 Madison 47 24 Fredonia 40 33 Garnett 48 1 6 Cherryvale 35 30 Yates Center 38 ZZ Neodesha 64 39 Hurnbnldt 39 34 unior 661:56 may , "' M "Did he say something about "Have you lost that ticket?" 19 I ge, HN ' ' a horse race?" ?Q l 4 , . Maas. f The class of '52 presented "That's the Ticket" Dec ember 1, 1950. This play was directed by Miss Agnes Nincehelser. CAST Earl Ball. . . .... . . John Betterly Joyce Brizendine .... . Myrtle Betterly Phyllis LeVieux . . Peggy Betterly Jack Paul. . . . .Nick Barnes Tata Webb . . ..... Godiva Don Smith . . . . Harkaway Boggs Richard Ailor . . An Ambulance Attendant w gm N H V H W, A , .. 1111 H M 3 , A 46 elared enfafiue .siuclenfd In the early spring the student council nominated six boys and Six girls for Representative Students. They wereselectedon the basis of personality, leadership, citizenship, and service. The entire studentbodythenvoted for three boys and three girls. Those elected were: Sue Baird, Janice Farmer, Mary Ellen Vaugh, Bud Murphy Jack Cooper, and Stanley Marshall. '5' Ti -l T ' W I ': ' L 1-'if X . X X X l : : Uno' , A V- - ,l,.ii ft gf- .LX f f 1- '- .X u en 6 .. . , X X XXX XXX, .X , , are .. XXX XXX UXX Y .24 - 5 W 1 E' i. I 4, X , 5' '-' s .QAEA C' 3 .a eaczmgi -1 gary, , X ' was ff-M if-:T X ' A 1-ee.. ' S - A , Ya.. 'ff N we f cg' 2- . , ' 'S 7 ,hs V X ...K . xv .: fail , 'f W 1- WX., 'swag -N Y : - 3 4 . A XXXX +L f A XX,,,XXX, X , ' XXXN, X" "wx, N - Q- QQ? A Q .ggi Y? ' 'Sqn , X , ,I I. XX ae i i If ,g , it xgkl T i V J.-A-J V W X .' 53 X X X Jax. . A X ---egg t A X 1 :ES 9 ' n ' , N-.X xXX" f. , XXX X 1 t' ' 4 :X 'xX ' X X 1 1' J -wg... W- . .. -.3 J FY- ,5-'-fl bikini-,.-" 'Q' 5 'fm - ravi,-f 5 V ,-jxyjr Q- '. , 7 1 , ui , ,",L4:Lf.i , 3 Y 4X . .1 3 Jn- ' . ' .' A15 ea if ' X A. These students were chosen as Honor .Students by the teacher-sponsor of each organization. Those pictured and the organization in which they received honor are, SUE BAIRD--G. R. , Spanish Club, Pep Club, Twister, and Scholarship, KAY STEVENS--Annual, G. R. , Spanish Club, JOAN SOULE--G. R., Spanish Club, Student Councilg JACK COOPER--Ath1eticsgJANICE FARMER--Band, dramatics, G. R. , Scholarship: MARY ELLEN VAUGHN--dramatics, G. R., Music: FRED CRISWELL--Hi-Y, Twister, LILA MILLER--Music, G. R. , Scholarship, JANET HAWTHORNE--Band, Pep Club, Twister, Scholarship, MARION GANT--Debate, Twister, Scholarship, JOHN GREEN--Debate, Band, Student Council, ,Honorary Science Award, JUNE BUMGARDNER--Student Council: GENE SPRAGUE--Hi-Y, MARY ELLEN FRENCH--F. H. A.g THELMA HUDSON LORE--F. H. A., SALLY WALLACE--Annual, CAROLE GAFFNEY--Debate, Scho1arshipgRAYMOND BRICE--F. F. A. QANITA SHAW--BaudgROY RUSSEL--F. F. A. QJO ANN BRICE LEWIS--Sch01ar3hipgSTAN- LEY MARSHALL--Hi-Y, Athletics, MARGARET ROSE--Band, Scholarship: DON CHATHEAM--Dramatics: BUD MURPHY--Athletics, JIM SEARS--Athletics: TOM POMRANKY--Athletics: GENE FRANCIS--Hi-Y, Dramatics, Annua1g'JIM SHARP--Athletics. 48 FE. I' c, . his r ..-L-.J w '.-5-25. 'lk-'Q-gr fi A J, ,x 4 , , bij? ya 1 ' LL xy' -if - M e 'ne "' . W QLVKV - V Qfmif 5 gr' X A. P 5 1 u Q A 1 2 . X x si? 1 i Q1 . A I fj ' A 061,015 Some of our student drivers Cheering the boys off to Cherryvale Attention! Our proxfnising secretary Who's the lazy one? Secretary or housewife 'P , 1 5 'lim we 5 1 2. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 H0106 One of E.H.S. 's twosomes Face washing Studying hard '? Interesting ! Yippee! a real western parade! Like a bite of snow? Three's a crowd A clean sweep by Jack Thornton So long. Why so glum, churn? Remember when? 12 13 Oh, what hats ! Off on a field trip I S l'I,6ll05 Hey you, the ten-minute bell rang' Look who just emerged. Always together The faculty's night out Wha.t's your trouble? Buddies Line up ! Yea? Look what we picked up! Plotting for the freshmen I b P' is I E .4 M TJ! bl of AM 5 . IO. H0105 Hillbilly Fever The Teterville Trolley with driver, Dale Forcum Our cooks, Mrs. James 8: Mrs. Morrison Back to the old grind Want to go for a ride? Eleanor, what's going on down there ? What did you say, Daddy? The Thinker Who'd you vote for Earl? What a pose ! Sports writer commits suicide!! YERS by-1617 YEARBOOKS MYERS AND C0 INC TOPEKA KANSAS O ::'.:. o o':,': THE PACEMAKERS OF QUALITY 0. . a ' . . . , sz w v 15 5.-Q71 MQ. eqlifyfz 1' V -. .LAN iff ' s, 1 wwf, 5, gy iifkw: MT. Er! ' F 1? . Lv? QM J ,Z H+ L W Mega, xg H3555 N ,Y ,-Hai-' 1-555 1 Sifffi, '3f55'fc: mr ,w "Sqn , 1 44 ' xt" 'Fw L -'I-:L 1 aim '34-Q' xl' fu? V5 'fiv- , 1. 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