Abingdon High School - Tatler Yearbook (Abingdon, IL)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1978 volume:
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If you will observe, it does not take a man of giant mould to make a giant shadow on the wall, and he, who in our daily sight, seems
but a figure meek and small, may stalk a silhouette sublime across the canvas of his time.
J. T. Trowbridge
Special Events . . . 4-18
Abingdon High School
Classes . . . 19-46 Sports . . . 47-74
Bev Peterson, Editor
Activities . . . 75-102 VFaculty, Administration 103-114 Advertisement . . . 115-130
'fold movies" bids goodb e to old sch
The theme this year was "Old Movies," which was
carried through with a ticket booth, marquee, and
decorations looking like strips of film. The Hooker
Brothers provided music for the dance while Richy
Malone and Jerri Lynn Severns were crowned King
and Queen during intermission.
Although the traditional bonfire didn't have as big
of turnout as was expected, the ice cream eating
contest proved to be a flavorable addition for both
students and faculty.
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The main bulletin board was decorated to
remind everyone of all the events which would
take place throughout the week.
The first place float, which was won by the
Sophomore class, was a take-off from the
popular King Kong movie.
As well as the 1978 royalty, we were honored
by the presence of six previous years' Kings
Royalty, left to right: King Richy Maloneg Queen Jerri Lynn Severns. Senior Attendants: Cynde
Shoenbein. Brian Onion. Junior Attendants: Lisa Moser, Rich Mathews. Sophomore Attendants:
Brenda Ostrander. Rick Ray. Freshman Attendants: Tonya Lavendar, Richard Wherley.
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? The reflections of the past-the class
Can these four years really be gone
ities, the move to the new school, the long lunchline, the quick
conversations before class-all passed away.
Here I am, each step down the aisle, knowing this is my graduation. My family
is behind me once again as I reach another goal.
But this goal is just one of many. The outline of the future-of what I will
become. Growing each day, setting higher goals, and striving to reach them.
d dication christens
Dedication ceremonies were held in the Dunlap gym on Sunday, March 12, 1978. The
ceremony was held in complete military fashion with color guard and official procession.
The gym was dedicated to Major Robert Dunlap, U.S.M.C.. retired. In his acceptance
speech he expressed his pride for the years he spent in Abingdon, and being honored in
Major Dunlap is a Congressional medal of honor winner.
The auditorium was dedicated to Rear Admiral James Bond Stockdale. During his
dedicatorial address, Admiral Stockdale gave the school two tokens of appreciation. He
gave a picture of the battle of Yorktown, which came off the wall of the United States
Secretary of State's office. He also gave, on loan, a scale model of the raising of the U.S.
flag at the battle of Iwo Jima.
Admiral Stockdale is also a Congressional medal of honor winner and served several years
in an enemy prisoner camp.
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Music for the dedication cer-
emony was presented by the
U.S.M.C. Drum and Bugle Corp,
and the Great Lakes Navy Band.
They each played at intervals
throughout the ceremony, and
then, The Navy Band presented
three additional concerts in the
newly dedicated Stockdale
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hope on you,
The Imaginary Invalid was
presented on November 18,
1977. It is a French play about
a rich man who thinks he is
dying. His second wife is after
his money and she keeps
plotting to get rid of him. He
wants his daughter to marry a
doctor so he can be cured, but
she is in love with someone else.
The plot of the play is to prove
he is not really dying, to unite
his daughter with her true love,
and to show the true sen-
timents of his wife. The cast of
the play included: Rick Ray,
Teresa Onion, Kelly Bowton,
Robin Ray, David Stranger,
Mike Lucas, Kay Malone, Alan
Witherell, Mike Wallis, Nancy
Fey, Jim Fey, and Doug Moore.
The right leg is connected to the collarbone
14 "Imaginary invalid? This guy really looks sick." Ahh. . . Sweet Surrender
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The 1978 junior-Senior Prom was held on May 13 at the
Sheraton Inn. The theme was, 'ALooks Like We Made It", which
was carried out throughout with decorations and favors. The
sit-down candlelight dinner shall prove to be most memorable,
along with the ushers, and the unusually good meal.
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gong show: first program in new auditorium
The Art Club sponsored the Gong Show which
consisted of various acts. Mr. Hufnagl, Mr.
Glasnovich, and Teresa Onion served as judges.
Peggy Franklin won the 1st prize of S15 for her
acrobatic dance. The acts were as follows: KISS,
acrobatic dance, twit race, "Whistling Dixien,
Chinese girls, belly dancers, gossipping women,
unknown comic, banana men, and skate boards.
Did you say there was a talent scout in the audience? Are you sure Charlie's angels started this way?
A picture is worth a thousand words.
new high chool
W Wade, Tim
ADMIRE, JEFF: 9116160
ARMSTRONG, JON: FFA 22.214.171.124 5123160
ARMSTRONG. LORI: Librarian, 4, GAA 1, Band Ensemble 1.2.3,
Intramural Bowling 1.2.3, Spanish Club 1.2.3, Student Council 1.2.4,
NHS 3.4, SAA Award 3, Class Treas. 4, High Honors 1.2,3.4, Who's Who
in American High School Students 4, Society of Distinguished American
High School Students 3,4, 1118160
BATES. SALLIE: Home Ec Club 1, GAA 1, Track 2, Tatler Staff 4,
BIRD, KELLY: Mid-Term Graduate, GAA 1, Band 1.2.3, Pom Pon 2.3,
Cheerleader 1, FSA 3.4, 6118160
BRACKETT. AMY: Class Secretary 3, FSA 3.4, GAA 1, Intramural
Bowling 126.96.36.199, 2128160
BREWER, TONY: Football 1.2.4, AVC 3.4, Industrial Arts Club, Honor
Roll, Track 1.2, Intramural Basketball 2.4, 8118160
BROWN. DARLA: Home Ec Club l.2.3.4, Home Ec. Pres. 2, Librarian,
FSA 4, Chorus, Chorus Sec., Speech Club, Basketball, Track, AVC,
Intramural Bowling, Girls' Chorus, 10114159
BROWN JULIE: Mid-Term Graduate, 8122160
BROWN. ROD: 1116160
CARTER, PATTY: 10121160
COLWELL, BILL: Football 1, Honor Roll 1, AVC 3.4, 1120160
CONNELL, BRIDGET: Spanish Club 1.2, Spanish Club pres. 2, Stu Co
Sec. 3 GAA 1, Intramural Bowling 2.3.4, High Honors, Band 1.2,3,4,
Solos 1.3.4, Ensembles 1.2.3,4, Arion Music Award 3, SAA 3, Tatler Staff
4, Pom Pon 4, Who's Who in American High School Students 4, Pep
Band 4, Band Camp 4, 1011160
COX, KIM: 811160
COX, RANDY: Basketball l.2.3.4, Cross Country 1
Golf 2.3, Class Pres. 2, NHS Pres. 4, Honor Roll 188.8.131.52, 4127160
CURREY, ERNIE: 1127160
CUSHING. MARY: Spring Play 1.3, StuCo Sec. 4, Home Ec Club 1
GAA 1, Spanish Club 1, Tatler Staff 4, Girls' State alt, Band 1.2.4,
Chorus 1, Speech Club 1.3, Fall Play 2, Librarian 4, Intramural Bowling
2.3.4, Band Trio 2, 9111160
DAY. KELLY: 115160
DAY TERI: Home Ec. Club 1.2.4, Home Ec V. Pres. 2, GALS 4,
Intramural Bowling 184.108.40.206, Volleyball 4, Basketball Manager 4, Chorus
1.4, Girls' Chorus 1.4, Ensembles 4, AVC 3, 8114160
DECRANE, CHRIS: Band 1.2, Band Ensemble 1.2, Chorus 1, Chorus
Ensemble 1, Girls' Chorus 1, GALS 3.4, Track 2, Intramurla Bowling
1.2.3, Interscholastic Bowling 2, NHS 3,4, NHS Sec. 4, Spanish Club 1.2,
FSA 4, Who's Who in American High School Students 4, SAA 3, High
DEJAYNES. STEVE: Football 220.127.116.11, Basketball 18.104.22.168, Track 1.2.3,
Commando Staff 4, Honorable Mention 1.3.4, 2121160
DUNN, JIM: Mid-Term Graduate 1212159
EPPERSON. DENNIS: Gootball 1.2.4, Basketball 2.4, Intramural
Basketball 3, Commando Staff 4, Tatler Staff 4, Art Club l.2,3.4, Art
Club Pres. 4, Golf 2,3, High Honors 1, Student of the Month 4, Hall
Monitor 3, 11128160
FAIRBANKS. CLAUDIA: 519160
FEY, JIM: FFA 22.214.171.124, FAA Treas. 3, A-Club l.2.3.4, A-Club V. Pres.
4, Class Treas. 1 Class Pres. 4, Library Club 2.4, Football 126.96.36.199,
Basketball 1.2, Track 188.8.131.52, Intramural Basketball 3.4, Play 2.4, Honor
Roll 4, 12113159
FORDYCE. ROD: Football l.2,3.4, A-Club 2.4, A-Club Pres. 4,
Intramural Basketball 3.4, Most Valuable Defensive Lineman 4,
Football Co-captain 4, Football Most Improved Player 3, Commando
Staff 4, 3131160
FUNK. STEVE: Industrial Arts 1.2.3,4, 8131160
GOODWIN. TOM: Industrial' Arts 184.108.40.206, Golf 2.3, Intramural
Basketball 3, 918160
GRAY. KEVIN: 7121160
GRIDER. JANICE: Band 1.2.3,4, FSA 4, Volleyball 220.127.116.11, District
Volleyball 3.4, Drum Majorette 4, Pom-Pon Squad 2.3.4, Pom-Pon
Captain 4, Band Pres. 4, GALS 2.3.4, GAA 1, Track 1, 7131160
GULLIATT. JIM: Boys' State Delegate 3, Boys' State Comptroller 3,
Speech Club 2.3, Track 1.3, Mid-Term Graduate, DeMolay, Fellowship
of Christian Athletes, Football 1, Basketball 1, 1125160
HALE, KATHY: FFA 1.2, Track 1, Basketball 2, GALS 2, Band 1.2,
HALL. JOHN: FFA 1.2.4, 4123160
HANSON. DOUG: Football 1.2.3,4, Basketball 1.2.3, Golf 2, Track 1,
FFA 18.104.22.168, A-Club 22.214.171.124, Intra. Basketball 3.4, 9113160
HART, RANDY: 8113160
HAYNES. AUDREY: Intra. Bowling 3.4, Home Ec. Club 126.96.36.199, SAE
2.3.4, Pep Club 3, FSA V. Pres. 4, Librarian 3, 114160
HEIMER. TIM: 10114160 -
HESSLER, MARK: 311160 ,
HIATT, STEVE: Mid-Term Graduate: 10113159
HUMMELL, ROSEMARY: Volleyball 2.3.4, GALS, FSA, Home Ec
HUTSON, JANICE: Band 188.8.131.52, Track 184.108.40.206, Basketball 1.2.3,4,
High Honors 3, Honors 2,3, Honorable Mention 1.2,3.4, Spanish Club
1.2, GALS 4, Tatler Staff 4, 8129160
ICENOGLE. JIM: Mid-Term graduate, 512160
JENKINS. DAVE: Football 1.2.4, Basketball l.2.3,4,.Track 3.4,
Commando Staff 4, 11130160
JOHNSON. CRAIG: 8126160
JOHNSON, MARK D.: Football 1.2,3.4, Basketball 1, Rotary Most
Spirited Football Player 4, 417160
JOHNSON. MARK S.: Band 220.127.116.11, Solo-Ensemble 3.4, Pep Band 3.4,
Industrial Arts Club 1.2.3,4, Industrial Arts Treas. 2.3.4, AVC 4, 711160
JOHNSON. VANESSA: 9117159
KJELLANDER. PETE: Stu-Co 1.2.3,4, Stu-Co Treas.. Pres.. Camp,
Cross Country 1.2.3, Track 2.4, Football 4, SAR, Art Club 1,2.3.4, Art
Club Pres., NHS, Band 1,2.3.4, Chorus 1, High Honors 18.104.22.168, Art
Camp, SAA, Intramural Basketball 22.214.171.124, Tatler Staff, Spring Play 2,
Fall Play 3.4, Who's Who in American High School Students, 7129160
LAFOLLETTE. DENISE: 712160
LINK. CHRIS, Mid-Term Graduate, 9115158
LINK. SANDY: 1130159
LORENZEN. GARY: Mid-Term Graduate, 1116160
MALONE. ED: Mid-Term Graduate, FFA, Intramural Basketball,
MALONE. RICH: 12128159
MCCURRY. CHRIS: Mid-Term Graduate, 1127160
MOORE. DOUG: Stu-Co 126.96.36.199, Industrial Arts 1.4, Football 1.4,
Basketball 1,2,3.4, Track 188.8.131.52, Cross Country 2,3, A-Club 4, Fall Play
43 Boys' State 33 Commando Staff 43 Commando Sports Ed. 43 11123160
MORRIS, GREG: Mid-Term Graduate3 7111159
MORRIS, PATTY: FSA 3,41 FSA Pres. 43 NHS 3,43 Basketball 2,3,43
Volleyball 43 Track 1,31 8128160
OLINGER, TERESA: Spanish Club 1,23 GAA 13 NHS 3,4, Commando
Editor 43 Commando Asst. Editor 3,43 NHS 3,43 Editorial Board 3,43
NHS Treas. 3,41 Basketball 13 Track 13 High Honors 43 Who's Who in
American High School Students: Society of Distinguished American
High School Students3 8120160
ONION, BRIAN: Football 1,2,3,4Q FFA 2,3,43 Librarian 43 Basketball 13
Weightlifting: Mid-Term graduate: 4125160
ORTERY, PATTY: SAE 3,43 GAA 13 Homecoming Attendant 13
Intramural bowling l,2,3,43 Class Sec. 1,41 1111160
PALMER, KIM: Librarian 43 NHS 3,43 Band 1,2,33 GAA 13 SAA 33
Who's Who in American High School Students 33 Intramural Bowling
13 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4Q Class Officer 2,33 NHS officer 43 SAE 33 2120160
PECK, SHERRI CHULLJ: Fall Play 23 Speech Club 2,33 Homecoming
Attendant 23 Commando Staff 3,43 Editorial Board 3,41 High Honors 43
Mid-Term Gf8dU8tCQ Home Ec. Club 1,23 Librarian 2,3,4Q Commando
Asst. Editor 33 Commando Editor 43 Tatler Staff 33 Hall Monitor:
PENN, KIM CHICKEYJ: GAA 13 GALS 2,33 GALS Sec. 23 Volleyball
2,31 District Volleyball Team 33 Track 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33
Conference Track Team 33 District Track Team 33 Intramural volleyball
23 Intramural Bowling: 10113160
PETERSON, BEV: Fall Play 1,2,33 Spring Play 1,2,3,4Q Track 13 Mixed
Chorus 1,23 Girl's Chorus 1,23 Spanish Club 1,23 Spanish Club Sec. 23
GAA 13 Class Treas. 13 High Honors l,2,3,43 SAE 2,3,43 Speech Club 23
Class Sec. 23 Who's Who in American High School Students 3,43 Society
of Distinguished American High School Students 3,41 Class Pres. 33
NHS 3,43 Tatler Staff 3,42 Editorial Board 3,43 Commando Staff 33 Girl's
State 33 DAR Award 43 Journalism Feature Story Award 33 GALS 43
Cheerleader 43 Class V. Pres. 43 FSA 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Intramural
Bowling l,2,3,43 SAA 3,43 Hall Monitor 43 9116160
PIERCE, BOBBI: Intramural Bowling 43 Home Ec. Club 1,23 Tatler
Staff 43 Mid-Term Graduate 6118160
PRIOR, RANDY: FFA 1,2,3,4Q Industrial Arts Club 3,43 Industrial Arts
Sec. 43 Band 1,2,3,4: Solo1Ensemble l,2,3,43 Chorus l,2,3,43 AVC 43
Football 1,43 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,43 A-Club 43 Swing Choir3
Basketball Manager 33 Football Manager: 7112160
RAY, GEOFF: Mid-Term Graduate
RAY, MARK: A-Club l,2,3,43 FFA l,2,3,43 Band 1,22 Basketball l,2,3,43
Football l,2,3,43 Track 23 4113160
ROGERS, MARK: Mid-Term Graduate
RYAN, KENNY: Track 1,2,3,4Q Intramurals 3,42 Cheerleader 43 FFA
l,2,3,43 FFA Sec. 43 A-Club 43 Librarian 23 115160
SANDERCOCK, MARK: Mid-T erm Graduate3 Football l,2,3,43 Track
1,23 Band 1,2,31A-Club 3,42 Weightlifting 1,2,3Q Stage Band 1,2,33 217160
SANDMAN, CHERYL: Honorable Mention 13 1017160
SCHLEICH, RHONDA: 2128160
SCHOENBEIN, CYNDE: GAA 13 Home Ec. Club 2,3,42 Chorus 1,3,43
Homecoming Attendant 3,41 Fall Play 2,33 Chorus Ensemble 1,32 Girl's
Chorus 1,3,43 FFA 13 Home Ec. Pres. 33 Chorus Pres. 43 Spring Play 2,33
Speech Club 23 Librarian 3,43 Mid-Term Graduate3 215160
SEVERNS, JERRI: Volleyball 1,2,3,4Q Cheerleading 1,3,4I Stu Co 13
Band 1,2,33 Bowling 43 SAE 3,43 GAA 13 GALS 2,3,43 Who's Who in
American High School Students 43 Society of Distinguished American
High School Students 3,43 Homecoming Queen 43 Intramural Bowling
1,2,3,41 Hall Monitor 43 Honor Roll l,2,3,43 Athlete of the Month:
SHIPPLETT, SCOTT: Band l,2,3,43 Solo1Ensemble l,2,3,43 Track 3.4
Golf 2,33 Intramural Basketball 2,33 Tatler Staff 3,43 Commando Staff
3,43 Photographer 3,43 Editorial Board 3,43 Genre Contributor 2,33
Industrial Arts Club l,2,3,43 618160
SICKLES, LEONA: Mid-Term Graduate: 1219159
SMITH LORRIE: Intramural Bowling 43 FSA Treas. 43 Choraliers 1,2,33
Band 1,2,33 Band Sec. and Reporter 33 Chorus 1,2,33 School Musical3
Madrigal 1,31 Who's Who in American High School Students3 Pep Band
1,23 Chamber Music3 Ensemble 23 Mid-Term Graduate3
SWEARINGER, LECIA: Home Ee Club 13 Art Club 1,23 NHS 3,43 SAA
33 High Honors I,2,3,4Q Who's Who in American High School Students:
Mid-Term Graduate: 8127160
TABB, DREW: Mid-Term Graduate:
VAN TRESS, JON: FFA 1,2,3,4: FFA Sec. 33 FFA V. Pres. 43 Track 1,23
Cross Country 33 Basketball 1,23 Football 1,23 Intramural Basketball 43
Band 1,23 Librarian 43 Honor Roll l,2,3,43 Society of Distinguished
American High School Students 3,42 Homecoming Attendant 13 7115160
VLASAK, BECKY: Band: Pep Band: Band V. Pres.: Swing Choir: FSA3
WADE, TIM: Industrial Arts, 43 Basketball 13 Pep Band l,2,3,43 Band
Camp 33 Band 1,2,3,4Q Intramural Basketball 23 Solo-Ensemble 33
Olympic Band Festival 3,41 Little Six Band Festival 1,23 7129160
WATTERS, JEFF: 10118160
WAY, JULIE: FSA 43 FHA 1,2,4Q 6111160
WHITE, PEGGI: Class V. Pres. 13 Stu Co 23 Stu Co V. Pres. 43 GAA
13 GALS 2,3,43 Cheerleader l,2,3,43 Chorus 1,23 Girls' Chorus 1,23 Band
l,2,3,43 Jazz Band 1,23 Band Ensemble l,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Basketball 13
Interscholastic Bowling 2,3,4Q Track 1,2,33 Volleyball l,2,3,43 SAA:
Chorus ensemble 1,22 Who's Who in American High School Students3
Society of Distinguished American High School Students3 8127160
WHITE, PENNI: Volleyball 13 Basketball l,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43
Spanish Club 1,2,33 Class Pres. 13 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4Q GAA 13 GALS
2,3,43 Chorus 2,42 Band l,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Stu Co 43 Bowling 3,42 SAA
33 Who's Who in American High School Students3 Band Ensemble
1,2,3,4Q Chorus Ensemble 43 High Honors l,2,3,43 Jazz Band 23 Girls's
WILEY, LYNN: GAA 13 GALS 2,3,43 GALS Treas. 23 GALS V. Pres.
33 GALS Pres. 43 Art Club 3,43 Volleyball 2,3,43 Track 1,2,33 Basketball
l,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Commando Staff 43 Who's Who in American High
School Students3 Intramurals: 5115160
WITHERELL, ALAN: Football 3,43 Intramural Basketball l,2,3,43
Track 1,2,3,4Q Boy's State 33 A-Club l,2,3,43 Industrial Arts 1,23 Lab
Assistant 1,2,3,4Q Hall Monitor 43 Fall Play 3,43 2116160
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Stockdale Auditorium this year.
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talent acts. Mike Wallace and Anita
Cassity were the M.C.'s for the
evening. The show proved to be a
successful money-making project
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ROW: T. Wimer, S. Cramer, and P. Glasnovich, sponsors.
SOPHOMORES: FRONT ROW: Penny Housh: Mike Lucas: jo Ellen Marks: Brenda
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Mary Shidler: Head Coach, Girls Volleyball, JV
Max Boyd: Asst. Coach, Varsity Football Leon O'Neal: Head Coach, Track, Varsity Football
Gary Carlton: Head Coach, Varsity Basketball, Phil Glasnovich: Head
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George Landon, Athletic Director
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Alexis 21 Abingdon
R.O.V.A. 13 Abingdon
Monmouth 44 Abingdon
Orion 0 Abingdon
Aledo 21 Abingdon
Knoxville 14 Abingdon
Westmer 13 Abingdon
Sherrard 6 Abingdon
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Alexis 8 Abingdon
Monmouth 8 Abingdon
Orion 14 Abingdon
Aledo 32 Abingdon
Knoxville 20 Abingdon
Westmer 0 Abingdon
Sherrard 8 Abingdon
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ow 1 1 to r: L. Eaton, P. White, P. Severns, D. Epperson, A. Poole. row 2: J. Severns, C. Way, P. White, S.jacobs, J. Beardsley,
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This year, Janet Turner shattered all school records for
the girls in the long jump, and went on to win first place
at state, something no other girl from Abingdon has ever
done in track. On her third jump of the day, janet broke
her old record by almost two feet by leaping 18'4 1f2".
Along with the long jump, Janet also did the high jump
and the 440 relay.
above l to r: D. Epperson, L. Bliss, R. Ray, T. Swearingen, J. Turner, J. Hutson, M. Ray
P. White, R. Hahn, N. Hutson, B. Ostrander, N. Fey, J. Wingate, J. Breadsley. opposite
P. Housh, L. Ruhl, N. Miller, D. Brown, J. Marks
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GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL C2 WINS 8 LOSSESJ
GIRLS JV BASKETBALL15 WINS 4 LOSSES
VARSITY GIRLS TRACK C3 WINS 2
Knoxville 46 Yates City
Invitational Tournament 13th place
Olympic Conference Tournament
White 110 low hurdles 3rd place
Turner long Jump 2nd place
high jump 4th place
Turner long Jump lst place 18' 41fz" record
VARSITY BOYS TRACK 7 WINS 2 LOSSESJ
451 2 Farmington 951 2
1091 2 Warren 311 2
921 2 ROVA 531 2
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Roseville 591 2
Olympic Conference Tournament
Monmouth 62 Knoxville
Rockridge 61 Sherrard
fShipplett, Malone, Witherell Mathewsj 2nd place
Goodwin 5th place
Shipplett 4th place
Fey 2nd place
Shipplett 2nd place
Witherell 1st place
fFey, Moore, Shipplett Mathewsb 3rd place
Knox Co. Champs
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-I. Stambaugh. P. Hessler. G. Morris. J. Brown. D. Hanson. G. Landon, R.C. jones. S. Lomax. T. Way. M. Ray. T. Thomas. J. Mangieri, T. Brewer
l to r: Jim Fey, V. pres.1 Rod Fordyce, pres.:
Rich Malone. sgt, at arms: not pictured-
Randy Hart see.-trcas. and Coach Sonny
The A-Club this year has had much difficulty in planning activities due to the
move to the new school. However. through the cooperation and efforts of Coach
O'Neal and the group, several fun nights were planned as well as a weight lifting
avc gives practical erience
Afternoon AVC: Row QL to RQ Ann
Ortery, Nancy Homer, Chris Way,
janet Turner, Patty Poland, Penny
Harper, Row 2 Denise La Follette,
Kelly Quinn, Jeff Watters, Mark D.
Johnson, Bill Colwell, Tony Gray,
john Hall, Row 3 Marty Settles,
Randy Prior, Ernie Currey, Kert
Scalf, Donny Miner, Bill Friend,
Steve Gabbert, Row 4 John Shinn,
Dennis Gladfelter, joe Stambaugh,
Tom Goodwin, jeff Admire, Mike
Mason, Rod Brown, Mike Fox.
The Area Vocational School
in Galesburg is designed to
prepare students for jobs or
to provide a basis for continu-
ing their education. Classes
offered at AVC are Building
Trades, Welding, Health
Occupations, Child Care,
Electronics, Auto Mechanics
Each class is two hours long, and each student receives two credits for
the class. The first semester of most of the classes is spent studying
procedures, and in the second semester the students get practical
Morning AVC: Row 1 QL to Rl Andy
Dwyer, jim Roberts, Steve Lomax,
Jeff Hammer. Row 2 joe Mangieri,
Mark Nelson, Kevin Gray, Mark S.
johnson. Row 3 Bob jones, Peggi
White, Tim Heimer.
art club ponsors gong show
kneeling l to r: B. Johnson, D. Heady, S. Head, A. Gilbert, seated: C. Cameron. L. Van Winkle, M. Niles, S. Wingate, D. Eppersor
G. Shank, J. Webber
The Art Club has kept a busy schedule this year. Their main project was sponsoring the Gong Show i1
the spring. They also co-sponsored the St. Patrick's Day Disco Dance. In the fall, the Art Club attende
the Knox-Henry County Art Show. They also challenged the Industrial Arts Club to a basketball gam
and the FSA to a volleyball game.
left to right: jeff Agans,
treas.g Lynn Wiley, reporter:
Dennis Epperson. pres.g
Toni Lee, sec.3 Grant Morris
v. pres., Mr. Dan Agans,
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R. Ulm, T. Havens: Row 3, P. White: J. Gridergj. I-Iutscngj. Marks: S. Vlasak: P. Kjellander: M. Cushing: P. Dunn: M. Howard: P. Housh: T. Boone: L. Howcrter
S. Shipplett, T. Wade, W. Kjellander: T. Thurman: D. Heady: S. Head: N. Hutson: D. Ginther: L. Gilbert: Row 2.j. Arnold: D. Epperson: G. Ginther: L. clemens
R. Pierson: T. Onion. J. Wingate: C. Cameron: G. Dudding: K. Malone: N. Fey: L. Tubbs: K. Bowton: Row 1, B. Connell: L. Van. Patton: P. Severns: A. Elmore
T. Matthews: D, Brown: L. Peterson: N. Miller. fNot pictured, P. Whitej
The AHS Band has had a very busy year. They
I Q began with marching in the Labor Day Parade
in Galesburg. They marched in the Western
Illinois University Homecoming Parade and
f P later in the Abingdon Homecoming Parade and
Game. They finished the marching season with
the Abingdon Santa Claus Parade.
f. iii gegi I iXi:ff. The band performed at the home varsity football
J TC v and basketball games, and the Pep Band played
3 0 at the Pep Rallies. The members attended the
State Solo 81, Ensemble Contest in Lewistown,
where they placed ten I's and eight II's. Two of .
the ensembles played at the Easter Sunrise
The band gave a Mid-Winter Concert and a
Spring "Pops" Concert. They also made a
concert tour to Roseville and Spoon River Valley
High Schools. They attended the Olympic
Festival at Monmouth. They finished the year
by playing at the Graduation and the Memorial
Pon-Pom Squad: Top to Bottom, T. Onion: L. Peterson: B. Connellg L.
Clemens: A. Elmore: T. Matthews: G. Ginther: J. Grider
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Band officersg seated: Randy Prior, Janice Grider-Presidents. standing:
Charlene Cameron-librarian, Bridget Connell-vice-president, Jo Ellen
Marks-secretary-treasurer, Todd Thurman-librarian
ow 1: Teresa Dejaynes, Kathy Haynes, Barb johnson, Deanne Hawkins, Penni White, Laurie Ruhl, Chris Palmer,
eresa Onion, Row 2: Anna Gilbert, Kim Fisk, Joanne Bowers, Gina Shank, Jody Combs, Susie Whitney, Tony
avender, Lisa Schwarz, Darla Brown, Lori Fishel, Row 3: Marlene Theilen, Paggy Franklin, Sherry Thompson. Julie
odsil, Tracy Clarke, Tony Lee, Tammy Carrico, Claudia Fairbank, Rhonda Hahn, Teri Day, Row 4: Kim Sotello.
iana Thurman, Kay Malone, Carla jones, Kelly Bowton, Angie Guilliatt, Janet Fawbush, Celia Witherell, Lisa Moser.
harlene Cameron, Row 5: Tracey Boone, Pam Schesler, Rhonda Schleich, Diana Hull, Phyllis johnson, Christy
ustin, Bonnie Batson, Erin Cross, Teri Brady, Sarah Cross.
Both Girl's Chorus and Mixed
Chorus participated in many
activities this year. These included
the Olympic Choral Festival at
Rockridge High School in
November, providing for the
Community Thanksgiving Service,
a Christmas Concert with the
Junior High, providing music for
the Community Palm Sunday
Service, participating in IHSA
organization contest at Knoxville,
and performing at the annual
Spring Concert with the Junior
High. Each chorus received a lst at
Contest this year.
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Officers: Rhonda Hahn-Treasurer, David Stranger-
front center: Darla Brown-President.
Ensemble: Kelly Bowton, janet Fawbush, Teresa Onion.
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Row 1: Teresa Dejaynes, Kathy Haynes, Barb johnson, Susie Whitney, Deanne Hawkins, Penni White, Toni Lavender, joc
Combs, Laurie Ruhl, Chris Palmer, Row 2: Kay Malone, Alan Chase, Mike Wallis. Rick Ray, David Adcock, Mark Adkison, Kev
Keene, Tony Donley, David Nc-Naught, john Dejaynes. Row 3: Anna Gilbert, Kim Fisk, Joanne Bowers, Gina Shank, Randy Pric
Mike Lucas, Walter Kjellander, Steve Hiatt, David Stranger. Lisa Schwarz, Darla Brown, Lori Fishel, Row 4: Marlene Theile
Peggy Franklin, Sherry Thompson, Julie Godsil, Tracy Clarke, Toni Lee. Tammy Carrico, Claudia Fairbank, Teresa Onion, Rhona
Hahn, Teri Day, Row 5: Kim Sotello, Dianna Thurman, Carla Jones, Kelly Bowton, Angie Guilliatt, janet Fawbush, Celia Withere
Lisa Moser, Charlene Cameron, Rod Prior, Row 6: Tracey Boone, Pam Schisler, Rhonda Schliech, Diana Hull, Phyllis Johnso
Christy Austin, Bonnie Batson, Erin Cross, Sarah Cross, Teri Brady.
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nsemble: Row 1: Rod Prior, John Dejaynes, Mike Wallis, Row 2: Rick Ray, Tony
Bonley, Mark Adkison, David Adcock
Penm White, Ten Day, Lisa Mosher, Celia Witherell, Erin Cross, julie Godsil, Tracy
L to R: David Stranger, Kim Sotello, Kevin Keene, Lisa Moser, Tony Donley, Ann Ortery. john Dejaynes, Cathy Haynes, David Adcock, Kelly Bowton. Bryan
Susie Whitney, Todd Thurman, Marlene Theilon, Rod Prior, Anna Gilbert, Mike Lucas, janet Fawbush, David McNaught, Rhonda Hahn, Rick Ray, Teresa
Randy Prior, Laura Tubbs, Kevin Pierce, Tracey Boone
Ensemble: Row 1: Rick Ray, Susie Whitney, Anna Gilbert,
Row 2: Kevin Keene, Mike Wallis
Swing Choir's busy year included performances at the
Olympic Conference Choral Festival, the Christmas
Concert, the Spring Concert, Contest, and a few around
Swing Choir, directed by Miss Barbara Stringfield, held
practice every Tuesday morning at seven a.m. Four or
five members of the choir choriographed the songs used
for dances. And then taught the dances to the rest of the
For Contest they performed to these tunes, TRAVELIN'
FREEDOM'S ROAD and I WON'T LAST A DAY
WITHOUT YOU. Some of their other selections were
CELEBRATE, O, BLESS THE LORD MY SOUL,
HARMONY, and IT'S A WONDERFUL THING TO
Each year a few members are sent to Swing Camp at
Western Illinois University, July 9-15. Those who went
this summer are Ann Ortery, Todd Thurman, Tony
Donley, Rick Ray, David Stranger, Janet Fawbush, and
Ensemble: Susie Whitney, Rhonda Hahn, Marlene Theilen
Ha wins sec. iv award
ucas, J. Armstrong, J. Derry, R. Brown, J. Fey
FFA officers 1977-78, l to r: Robin Ray, sentinel, Lori Bliss, asst. treas.3 Mark Ray, pres.g Robert Schleich,
treas., Jon VanTress, v. pres.3 Barry Rehling, reporter, Ken Ryan, sec.
Many activities were planned and completed by the Abingdon Chapter of FFA.
These included their annual chili supper and parentfson or daughter banquet, sold
garden seeds and held a slave' auction.
Among the honors received by individual members were Jim Dunn, section IV beef
award and Mark Ray, who won the state farmer degree in FFA, which is the highest
degree given in the state to local members.
As a group, the FFA received 2nd place in section IV in Parliamentary Procedure
and agricultural mechanics and 3rd place in grain judging.
Other activities of FFA, were farming 45 acres in soybeans and corn and aided in
moving library books and the individual teachers to the new school.
1, l to r: A. Chase, M, Schisler, M. Cox, G. Ray, B. Rehling, L. Bliss, R. Ray, M. Ray, R. Wherley S Hanson T Trulson Mr Wimer sponsor row
Hall, M. Sickles, D. Brown, M. Snyder, D. Meadows, P. Housh, J. Marks, L. Peterson, P. Dunn, T Thomas M Hall R Sandoval row 3 D Niles
rocks, J. Kidwell, K. Pierce, K. Ryan, K. Keene, J. VanTress, K. Sickles, R. Malone, M. Ray, G. Landon row 4 B lcenogle R Prior P Hessler M
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Seated l to r: P. Schisler, W. Shoemate, D.
Brown. K. Haynes standing l to r: Mrs
Werder, sponsor: T. Day, T. Thompson, S
Links. N. Zuck, R. Larson, K. Cox, V
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1978 Home Ec. officers: Darla Brown, pres,: Wendy Shoemate, v. pres.: Kathy
Haynes, sec.: Pam Schisler, treas.
The Home Economics Club this year had a new sponsor. Mrs.
Betty Werder, in coming to Abingdon High School, brought
many new ideas and kept the members quite busy with some
The members this year viewed a cake decorating
demonstration, held a pizza party, co-sponsored the St.
Patrick's Day Dance, and held a Senior farewell banquet at
Through the efforts of Mrs. Werder, the Home Economics Club
next year will be affiliated with the state's FHA, and will
compete in contests with other schools in their FHA district.
industrial arts plans activities
w 1 lto r R Ray J Moser R DeJaynes J Dejaynes G Mason C Settles K Gray row 2: D. Moore, M. Fox, M. Funk, M. McCune,
Baker S Cox D McCune T Tabb T Havens R Prior J Arnold row3 Mr Archer sponsorgR. Sensabaugh, S. Wolford, L. Gabbert,
Vlasak T Thurman T Wallis J Cox C Olmger B Lankford R Stegall bottom to top: J. Brown, R. Allisong K. Pierce, D. Niles,
Wade J Lee J Shipplett S Eibner M Johnson R Prior T Brewer T Goodwin S. Shipplett
Industrial Arts Club
Officers 1977-78, top
Mark S. Johnson.
In 1978, the Industrial Arts members
gained a new, spacious facility in which
to work with the move to the new high
At the annual Art ClubfIndustrial Arts
Club basketball game, the Industrial
Arts Club lost. This however, did not
stop the members from planning a
skating party, or bowling party.
students obtain publications offic
' row 1: l to r: Angie Guilliatt, Nancy Fey, Teresa Olinger, Sherri Peck Doug Moore Lynn
row 2: Rod Fordyce, Dave jenkins, Steve Dejaynes, Bruce Hammon
Commando editor Sherri Peck graduated mid-term,
leaving assistant editor Teresa Olinger as editor for the
rest of the year.
With the move to the new high school and the addition of a Student Publications
Office, the Commando staff finally had a suitable environment in which to produce
the stories to be published on the Commando page.
The COMMANDO Staff
Sherri Peck-editor Jan. 77 to Jan. 78, Teresa Olinger-editor jan. 78 to June 78,
Nancy Fey-asst. editor, Angie Guilliatt-Feature editor, Doug Moore-Men's Sports
editor, Lynn Wiley-Women's Sports editor, Rod Fordyce, Dave jenkins, Steve
Dejaynes, Bruce Hammon-reporters
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row' l to r: B. Connell, K. Bowton, S. Bates, J. Hutson, 2nd row: B. Peterson, J. Fawbush, M. Q
B. Pierce, 3rd row: J. Guilliatt, D. Epperson, J. Landon, P. Kjellander, S. Shipplett Q V ,J
The 1978 Tatler Staff was kept quite busy this year.
The job of producing a yearbook is quite a task in itself without the added
attractions of a new school, dedication ceremonies, and exchange students for
instance. The Tatler Staff this year prepared a 130 page yearbook, featuring the
theme, "Silhouettes of Change", six pages of color, and a special reverse print
Besides worry about deadlines and the yearbook, The Tatler Staff, along with the
Commando staff, sold M and M's as a money making project.
The TATLER Staff
Bev Peterson-editor, Bridget Connell-activities editor, Janice I-Iutson-activities,
Janet Fawbush-advertising, Kelly Bowton-advertising Mary Cushing-special
events, Sallie Bates-Classes, Dennis Epperson -sports, Pet Kjellander-faculty and
administration, Scott Shipplett -head photographer, Jerry Landon-asst.
photographer, Bobbi Pierce -special events, Jim Guilliatt-sports, Cnot picturedj
Dan Weinstein-asst. photographer
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The Editorial Board, consisting of
editors of Tatler and Commando, and
assistant editors of each, plus
photographers, had quite a job this
year. In June of 1977, Abingdon High
School was granted authority to start
a Quill and Scroll chapter. The
Editorial Board and Mr. Hufnagl took
on this responsibility, and by the
spring of '78, the Quill and Scroll
chapter of Abingdon High School was
Throughout the year, the Editorial
Board held numerous meetings, and
made various decisions concerning
the TATLER and COMMANDO
l to r: Kelly Bowton, Teresa Olinger, Jerry Landon, Bev Peterson, Scott Shipplett Sherri Peck Nancy Fey
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Librarians for the 77-78 school year were: K. Malone,J. Van Tress, R. Ray, T. Robinson, L. Peterson, S. Allison,
J. Fey, M. Howard, S. Head, R. Ray, J. Armstrong, B. Rehling, K. Palmer, M. Cushing, R. Schliech, D.
Meadows, J. Beardsley, N. Fey, T. Thurman, S. Swanson, B. Sampson, C. Armstrong, and C. Kisler.
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tudents serve s hool
Lab assistants for 77-78 were R. Day, D. McCune,
The librarians are in charge of the
library each hour. They help check
books in and out, control the library,
and sort books. These students also put
in many hours packing and unpacking
books in the move to the new school.
The "right-hand" men of the Biology
department were the lab assistants,
Rick Day, Dave McCune, and Jeff Cox.
Each of these students put in one to two
periods each day helping the teachers.
Their main duties consisted of washing
equipment, setting up labs, mixing
chemicals, caring for the animals,
assisting in labs Cespecially while
dissectingj, using the office machines,
and assisting on field trips. They also
kept busy stapling papers, running
errands, and grading lab manuals.
nh hold ake sale
lst row, l to r: Kim Palmer,
Penni White, Chris De-Crane,
Lori Armstrong, Lynn Wiley
2nd row: Mr. Worman, sponsor:
Teresa Olinger, Randy Cox,
Patty Morris, Pete Kjellander,
Bev Peterson, Rod Fordyce
the National Honor Society held
induction March 28. Fifteen new me
were inducted as shown in the pic
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This year the Claire Johnson Chapi
frightl From left to right they are
Morris Jerry Landon, Jeff Admire
Cox,janet Fawbush, Cindy Kisler, T
Onion, Angie Guilliatt, Nancy Fey,
Bowton, Anita Cassity, Bridget Co
Jerri Severns, Jon VanTress, and
The members of the National Honor Society were
very busy this year. Throughout the school year,
they held bake sales to raise money, and decided
to set up a fund for buying gifts for the school with
some of this money.
In April, the NHS sponsored a student exchange
between the Avon and Bushnell-Prairie City High
Schools for one day.
The National Honor Society members also acted
as guides during the open house and dedication
ceremonies and selected the student of the month.
v n stud nts cadet teach
Student Action for Education, S.A.E., is an
Q organization designed to acquaint students with the
varying aspects of education. Several girls were given
Ki the opportunity to cadet teach at the grade school.
They were: Cathy Haynes - 2nd grade, Wendy Shoemate v Art, Audrey Haynes - 2nd grade, Tami Day - 4th grade, Marlene
Theilen - 4th grade, Jerri Severns - Kindergarten, and Carol Armstrong - 5th grade.
Through this program the students can explore further into a career of elementary education.
Row 1: Tami Day, Marlene Theilen.
Row 2: Mr. Cuba, Advisor, Kathy
Haynes, Wendy Shoemate, Audrey
Haynes. Not pictured: Jerri Lynn
Severns and Carol Armstrong
Seated l to rt C. DeCrane,
K. Bird, R. Schleich, A.
Cassity, standing: A.
Haynes, V. johnson, D.
Brown, B. Vlasak, K.
Quinn, P. Morris, Mrs.
Cramer, sponsor, R. Hum-
mell, A. Brackett, J.
Grider, C. Armstrong, J.
Way, D. Hawkins, L.
Gilbert, B. Peterson
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1 to r: Rosemary Hummell, treas.: Lorrie Smith, sec.: Audrey Haynes, v. pres.: Patty Morris.
In the fall, the Future Secretaries Association inducted 16 new members into
the Abingdon chapter, and held a Christmas party.
This year, the members of FSA sponsored speakers for some of their
meetings. among them were a court reporter from Midstate College, and
some National Secretaries Association members who told about their jobs.
arla and rick place at district
Those participating in
speech contest were Darla
Brown, poetry: Scott Shipplet, Rick Ray, Bruce Hamman.
The Speech club participated in the
Yates City Speech Contest and
District Speech Contest. Categories
in which contestants participated
were prose reading, verse reading,
humorous, interpretation, oratorical,
declamation, dramatic duet, and
humorous duet. Those placing at
the District Speech Contest were
Darla Brown and Rick Ray, 6th,
with a humorous duet and Rick
Ray, 4th, with an oratorical
declamation. Other members of the
Speech Club were Bruce Hamman.
Scott Shipplet, and Pete Kjellander
with Mrs. Anita White as sponsor.
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Student Council officers for 1977-78: Teresa Onion, treas.g Pete
Kjellander, pres.: Mary Cushing, sec. Cnot pictured-Peggi
White v. pres.J
1st row: l to r: N. Zuck, R. Wherley, M. Guilliatt 2nd row: J. Marks, M. Lucas, B. Ostrander
P. Housh 3rd row: L. Armstrong, A. Guilliatt, T. Onion, M. Cushing 4th row: D. Moore, N
Fey, C. Armstrong. P. White 5th row: Mrs. Rubinfeld. sponsor: P. Kjellander
The Student Council, as usual. organized the many homecoming activities
for instance, an ice cream eating contest, red and green day and famous
people day, besides the homecoming dance itself that featured "The Hookei
The Student Council also sponsored the assemblies for the student body
the student pop machines, and two exchange students from Chile, Alejandrc
Ananias and Guillermo Ortiz.
In addition, the Student Council co-sponsored the Saint Patrick's Day Discc
Dance and held a Muscular Dystrophy Drive.
Members of the Student Council also acted as guides for the open house ano
os amigos e la hispanoamerica
Patricia Flores was spon-
sored by the Rotary. She
lived with the Sandoval
family during the 9
months she attended
Guillermo Ortiz and
Alejandro Ananias came
through the Open Door
Exchange Student Pro-
gram and were sponsored
by Student Council.
Guillermo stayed with
the Kjellander's and
Alejandro stayed with
the Fey's during the 3
months they were here.
q8s ne activity at ahs
row 1, l to r: T. Olinger, M. Cushing, L.
Armstrong, K. Bowton, P. Kjellander, N.
Fey, sec., C. Kisler row 2: B. Peterson. J.
Landon, v. pres,g J. Fawbush, pres,g W.
Kjellander, A. Guilliatt, treas.
The Abingdon High School chapter of Quill and
Scroll was started this 1977-78 school year with a
membership of 12.
At a banquet at Sirloin Stockade, pins and i
membership cards were distributed to the v
To be eligible for Quill and Scroll a student must be a junior or senior, must be in the upper thirl
of their class, must have done superior work in a phase of journalism, must be recommended bj
their supervisor or the committee governing publications, and must be approved by the executiv
secretary of the society.
als h0lI0l' f3fhEl'S
Row 1, l-rg J. Hutson, T, Day, S
Head, R. Hahn, D. Epperson, T
Day. Row 2: C. DeCrane, P. White
N. Fey, P. White, M. Ray, T
Thurman, T. Lavender. Row 3: L
Wiley, pres., B. Ostrander, R
Mangieri, P. Morris, B. Peterson, J
Beardsley, R. Hummell. Not pic
tured, A. Cassity, V-pres.
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The Girl's Athletic LetterWoman's
Society CGALSJ with approximately 30
members, held a dad's night in
September. The girls paired up with
their fathers nad formed six teams who
competed against each other in scooter
speedball, volleyball, and cageball.
President for GALS was Lynn Wiley,
and Secretary-Treasurer was Anita
Cassity. The GALS club are tentatively
planning to buy mirrors for the girls
I would like to thank every staff member,
the faculty, and Mr. Moore for all their
help and cooperation in putting the
A special thanks goes to Dennis Epperson
and Pete Kjellander for all the artwork they
did for the book, and to Mr. Hufnagl for
being VERY patient with the staff.
Everyone was very important and very
necessary for the completion of this
TATLER editor, Bev Peterson
Sherri Hull- lee Semester editor I wish to thank everyone from the COMMANDO and TATLER staffs ani
the members of the school faculty for the help they gave towards th
publication of the school paper.
This year proved to be very hectic with the losing of a few semester graduates
and the long-ranged move to the new high school. The staff was practically.
typing on the machines as they were being packed.
The addition of our much needed separate office was greatly appreciated ana
well-used by the staff.
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RAYMOND R. ARCHER
MARGARET L. ATKINS
Women's Physical Education
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GARY CARLTON SALLY A. CRAMER PAUL H. CUBA
General Math Driver s Ed Bookkeeping, Sec. Prac., Off. Prac., Algebra 1, Chemistry, Physics
hange in our lives
GEORGE L. FLINNER
Consumer Education, Typing
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PHILLIP T. GLASNOVICH
History 3, Sr. Soc. Stud., Eur. Hist.,
Early West. Civ.
MARC A. HUFNAGL
journalism, Poetry, Minority Lit.,
Creative Writ. Basic Writing
JAMES R. HOCHSTATTER
GEORGE O. LANDON
Algebra 2, Geometry, Math 4
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PATRICIA A. LEEZER
Am. Lit., Drama Expository Writing,
PATRICIA L. RUBINFELD
Spanish, Basic Writing, Short Stories,
Modern World Novels
JOSEPH L. MILLS
LEON E. O'NEAL
Men's Physical Education, Voc
English, Basic Writing, Fiction
PAUL R. SANDBORG MARY SHIDLER
Driver Education Women's Physical Ed
CARL R. STEBBINS BARBARA K. STRINGFIELD DANNY C. VEACH
History 1.2, Psychology Chorus General Biology, MCHYS Phys. Ed
BETTY WERDER ANITA WHITE EDWARD RAY WILSON
Home Economics Librarian Band
TALMADGE H. WIMER ROBERT W. WORMAN KAREN YOCUM
Soil and Plant Science, An. Sci., Elect. and Acet. Writing Skills, Speech, Vocabulary, Eng. Clerical Aide
Weld., Ag Electrification Farm Bus. Mgt. And Language
BETTY JO MARKS NANCY STEGALL MR. MOORE
Nurse Secretary Principal
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to right: David Ray,
Richard Bird, Robert
Van Tress, Wayne
Green, James House.
Left to right: Bookkeeper
joan Riehm, Secretary
School Board 1978. Front, left
to rightg David Ray, Charles
Head, Tom Austin, Robert
Van Tress. Back, left to right:
Wayne Green. james Housh.
or now and
Left to right Supermten
' ' " ' dent, Mr Rose retxred
School Board Representa
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"I'll bet you think I'm the only one the photographers
take pictures of."
Jim Dixon and Kenny Shumaker "Well, it's like what Ret said to Scarlet
Back to frontg Harry Heck.
Ronald Ehrenhart, and Dennis
Werder. A few of the many
dedicated bus drivers who risked
their lives dailey to bring many of
us to school.
Hey, man, what happened to my chair? Who took my "p" key?
2 plus 3 is . . .
Whatever you say, coach!
All right. Who threw the football in the Driver Ed. car?
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