Alexander M Patch American High School - Andenken Yearbook (Stuttgart, Germany)
- Class of 1980
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Some examples that make this
edifice unique are its insulation and
gas heating systems, the Vivarium,
the Zoo, the Forum, modern labs,
outdoor classes, carpeting, and liq-
uid blackboards. The High School
is equipped with more than 400
roomsg numbered among those, an
LRC, a music center, a gymnasium,
the "Fish Bowl", special labs for
business, cosmetol09Y, art, dratt-
ing, industrial arts, home econom-
ics, science, typing, and 21 all-pur-
A sum ol 400,000 DM was spent
on total landscaping. This includes
the many trees surrounding the
building, the spectacular "Victoria
Falls", and the equally impressive
"Sahara Dessert". As a result of last
years particularly harsh winter and
a few select acts ol sabotage, the
school was not quite ready to open
on September 4th, Although the
opening seemed a little hectic and
unorganized, Patch High School
officially opened its doors on the
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Dedicgjion e 14
111 The babies of the school dress appropriately for
spirit week. 121 The "masked jock" takes a banana
break. 131 Romans, Debbie Henry and Debbie Rid-
dle. show Senior spirit. 141 Tina Murray shows the
smile of a Queen as she is crowned during Dedica-
tion ceremonies. 151 The bleachers shake with force
as the varsity football team cheers during a pep
rally. 161 The winning banner is shown by the eighth
grade working crew. 171 The crowd takes a short
break from watching the game. 181 Football players
display their co-ordination and "classy" dress as
they synchronize a chorus line. 191 Varsity cheer-
leaders lead the crowd during the Dedication game.
'V 15 - Dedication
Left Top: The Seniors cheer on the class of '80. Bottom Left: Mike Harrington shows
off his new scarf. Bottom Right: A good catch during practice for the big game. 1.
Ken Watts raises the football in triumph. 2. The team members stride out looking
ready to kill. 3. Quarterback, Greg Reid, and others focus on the game from the side-
line. 4. Alicia Garrow and Kim Banton stand with their escorts in anticipation of Dedi-
cation Queen announcements. 5. The Dedication Court slow dances to a special
song in their honor.
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17 - Dedication
Many qualified people ran for office in student government, and
all during campaign week students could be seen wearing but-
tons supporting the candidate of their choice. Campaigning cli-
maxed on Election Day, when candidates gave their speeches at
the post theater. Three different assemblies were held, and even
the candidates themselves could be seen pcliticking outside the
theater between assemblies.
Senior Andy Black, running unopposed for the office of vice
president, provided the day's excitement with an impromptu talk
on freedom of speech. This was the result of a misunderstanding
between Andy and the administration concerning the content of
his prewritten campaign speech.
Results of the election were: President - Mike Harrington,
Recording Secretary -- Tina Murray, Treasurer - Damon Pike,
Corresponding Secretary - Pat Frost, and Historian - Darcie
18 - Fall Elections
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1. Candidates nervously await their
turn at the podium. 2. Mike Harring-
ton defeated two other candidates
for presidency of the student coun-
cil. 3, Students relax in between
assemblies at the post theater. 4.
Senior Damon Pike delivers a win-
ning campaign speech for the
office of treasurer. 5. Junior Darcie
Goodwin strides toward the podium
with speech in hand.
Fall Election - 19
1. Jeff Simpson is "decked-out" in his distinguished Cabman's uniform waiting for his cue. 2. Eliz-
abeth Hodgson and Mike Nail, portraying Ermengarde and Ambrose Kemper, look serene: as
usual, all worked out in the end. 3. Jeff Bader, Becky Latham, and Donnell Partin attempt to look
inconspicuous. 4. Ann Scarbrough explains about love in a snobbish way. 5. Horace Vander-
gelder and Mrs. Dolly Levi, played by Bruno Sims and Pam de Jong, hug during a romantic pro-
posal of marriage. 6. Bruno Sims seems the loving Uncle as he hugs his niece Ermengarde alias
"The Matchmaker," the first produc-
tion of Patch American High School,
proved to be a huge success. Audi-
tioning for the fall comedy provided
an overabundant turnout of girls for
the parts, but after careful screening
and casting, seventeen talented
actors and actresses were chosen.
Eight weeks of hard practice fol-
lowed to prepare for the big night,
with a surprising number of 7th and
8th graders working hastily prepar-
ing sets and stage. Costumes were
furnished by the Army so with all
else taken care of, the main problem
was whether the Forum would be
completed in time for opening night.
The play received good publicity
and turn-outs, and generous dona-
tions covered most of the expenses.
Opening night came and despite a
few jitters and butterflies, everything
fell right into place, and the audi-
ence enjoyed the production so
much, standing ovations rewarded
the effort of all students involved.
When questioned on the talent of
the cast, Director Mrs. Katz replied,
"PhenominaI, not only in talent, but
enthusiasm for their parts as well."
The Matchmaker - 21
The first dance of the new school year
was the Dedication Dance held at the
Patch Officers Club. The Junior Class
Dance was the first school dance held
in the Forum. A surprisingly large turn-
out added approximately S300.00 to
the Junior Class treasury. The 'Christ-
mas Dance sponsored by the Seniors
and the Spirit Dance held by the
Cheerleaders were both big suc-
cesses. The 7th and 8th graders had a
Valentine's Dance for all the young
Sweethearts. Roles were reversed for
the girls and guys at the Junior spon-
sored Sadie Hawkins Dance. The
dances for the first year at Patch were
big HITS. -
Patch Dances the Night Away
1. Mrs. Mullinix, senior class advisor, gets in on the dancing. 2. The
atmosphere during the Dedication Dance was formal, but cozy. 3.
Three GI's volunteer their disc jockey services for the benefit of the
students. 4. Mary Kay Johnston finds her partner entertaining for the
duration of a song. 5. Steve Manspeaker and his date "get down" at
a Junior sponsored dance. 6. Queen Tina Murray and Attendant Kim
Banton dance with Marty Serrentino and Curtis Jacobs during a spe-
cial song devoted to the Dedication Court. 7. Seniors Greg Murphy
and Debbie Riddle make a great dancing couple at the Christmas
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Housing cries of drunken festivity were
not the only acts of wild abandon in which
PAHS students partook of on the econ-
omy this year. Brawling, pelting elderly
German matrons with rotten tomatoes,
overturning Fiats, and "collecting Ger-
man flags" were popular activities. The
notorious Renegade Army of PAHS was
usually the instigator of these barbaric
Many a German will attest to the enthusi-
asm with which Patch High School stu-
dents participated in field trips. Who can
ever forget the siege of Nurnburg by Mr.
Dobner's German classes? Or the way in
which ecstatic busloads of Humanities'
students reacted to the Maulbronn Mon-
astery with such a lack of reverence?
There are certainly few Germans Qparticu-
larly the "polizei"J who have not heard of
Patch High School,thanks to the success-
ful spirit of intercultural mix irrepressible
in our student body.
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1. Mr. Dobner trying to explain Fasching to a German Class. 2. PAHS
students giving a friend an interesting view of the duck pond at Maul-
bronn. 3. Mr. Dobner instructing a band of visiting German students. 4.
Four students completely fascinated by the awesome Maulbronn Mon-
astery. 5. Gary Brown, Tony Burns, and Mike Bruffy "get the message"
at the Monastery. 6. The scene changes to "culturaI shock" with the
Renegade Army hitting the German economy for springtime maneu-
vers. 7. Many students came to Nurnburg just to see the beautiful cathe-
dral. 8. The majority of Patch students spent money on Christmas trink-
1. Cheerleaders Amanda Hargest and Lori Meyers give
winning smiles. 2. Alicia Garrow accepts Volleyball
MVP with a Big Smile. 3. Ken Mioduski proudly accepts
his award for most valuable offensive linesman. 4. Sam
Jacobs gives Dr. Apkarian the girls Germany CC award.
5. Curtis Jacobs solemnly waits for the banquet to
begin. 6. In a rare, out of uniform appearance, Ranger
Danis gives his speech on the qualities of an Airborne
26 - Fall Sports Banquet
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The Fall Athletic Awards Banquet ended
a terrific fall sports program. The Ban-
quet, sponsored by the Boosters Club,
was held at the Patch Candlelight NCO
Club. The dinner provided, with steak for
the main course was fantastic. LTC J.
Berman served as Master of Ceremonies
and started the evening off with a few
"old" jokes to get everyone in a relaxed
mood. Cross Country awards were first
with Jean McCarthy and Mark McCarthy
receiving most valuable player awards
from Mr. Schultz, the team coach. Ms.
Mckenzie, Cheerleader sponsor, followed
and introduced the Cheerleaders while
saying all would receive certificates or
letters. Next came the Volleyball team
with Alicia Garrow CVarsityJ and Marla
Mundis QJ.V.J receiving most valuable
player awards from team coach Mrs. Hef-
fernan. Mr. Washington ended the eve-
ning with MVP awards for football. Todd
Forbes received JQV. honors while Mike
Bell received the Varsity level award. All
in all the night was a great success and
according to one attendee it was the
"best" sports banquet he had ever been
Fall Sports Banquet -- 27
They'll wreck the world econ-
omy. . .They can'tdothis!
These cries echoed throughout the Ned-
erlands Congresgebouw in the Hague
during the Xll annual session ofthe
Model United Nations. The lraqi delega-
tion, consisting of five seniors, led OPEC
in a proposed 20? oil price hike which
had western nations howling. Through
the negotiating process, a compromise
was reached with OPEC backing down to
help her third world neighbors. This was
one of many crises encountered by the
lraqi delegation, Damon Pike, Sue Kester,
Mitch Guay, Andy Black, and Debbie
Henry, during their week in Holland.
Damon Pike, Head Delegate, describes
MUN as, "the highlight of my high school
years. lt's a great experience and l
recommend it to all."
Representing the Dominican Republic
were Juniors James Newberry, Tina Fiib-
ble, Liz Alvarez, George Kirchgaesser,
and Maria McAhron. This tiny Latin Amer-
ican island nation also had its share of
problems during the session. They spent
many hours lobbying for support of the
newly organized NEC - Nations Export-
ing Coffee which gave the impoverished
Latin American nations a new economic
weapon to threaten expresso drinkers.
Although the five daily MUN sessions
lasted from 9 until 5 o'clock, students still
found enough time and energy to venture
downtown. Watching new flicks fresh
from the states fin Englishj was a popular
way of spending the evening hours along
with sampling the unique Dutch cuisine.
Indonesian, Chinese, and Jewish restau-
rants were abundant. A few adventure-
some students even made it as far as
The sessions consisted of one day of lob-
bying for support of resolutions, one day
of opening speeches, one day of commit-
tee work, followed by two days of debate
in the General Assembly, and closing cer-
emonies with a dance on the final night.
Ten weary students piled on the train
back to Stuttgart and spent the eight hour
ride playing "hearts," among other
Mr. Francois, the trip advisor, summed
the Model United Nations up best by say-
ing, "lt was a hopeless situation full of
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J Elizabeth Hickman
Rene De Los Santos
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The freshman class, having finally
made it to high school, began work
on a series of projects. Unfortu-
nately, most of these fizzled out
because of lack of support from the
ninth grade student body. Bake
sales netted only a few dollars and
many burnt cookies. Undaunted, the
"frosh" were back on their feet with
plans for a St. Patrick's Day dance,
which turned out to be a success.
Hang in there freshmen!
Lack of Support
The freshman officers: Beth Schaefer, Mari
Vega, Debbie Karp, Angela Vinckier, Missy Kar-
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Last year as sophomores, school life
for the most part was relatively free
and easy going. However, as JUN-
IORS in a newly constructed school,
they had to undertake even bigger
and harder tasks, leading them to
the difficult road of responsibility.
With Mr. Heffernan's supervision
and the Junior class officers' wise
decision making, money raising
activities were a success in meeting
the Juniors' most important goal,
the Junior-Senior Prom. These
money raising activities included the
following: bake sales, school
dances fone being the first dance of
the school and the other being the
traditional and ever-popular Sadie
Hawkin's dancej, volunteer work at
the Candlelight NCO Club, and the
High School Volksmarch. Many peo-
ple had commented that the Juniors
were always seen engaged in some
money making task somewhere
around the Patch vicinity.
Expressing what the Junior Class
had felt as a whole, Connie Hooker,
the devoted Junior Class President,
stated, "We the Class of '81, are
proud to have had the opportunity to
start the traditions of Patch High
School in the right direction. This
has been a special year for the Jun-
iors and one which we will always
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Yearbook 10, J. V. Basketball 9, 105 J. V. Football 12, B
Swim Team 9,' French Honor Society 10, 11,' Math
Honor Society 10, 11 , 12, Swiss Flags 10,' Drama Club
11 ,' Newspaper 12,' Travel 12,' Computer Club 12.
Freshman Class Pres., English, History, and Science
Awards, J. V. Basketball 9, 11,,' Chess Club 9, 10,' J. V.
Cross Country 10,' Future Farmers of America 9,
English Award 10,' V. Tennis 10,' V Baseball 11, V.
Football 11 ,' V. Cross Country 11 ,' NHS 11 , 12, V.
Basketball 12, Drama 12, Stage Manager for 12th
Track 9, 10, 11,' Cross Country 9, 10, 11 - MVP 11,'
Football 12, Basketball 12, Tennis 12, JNHS 9, 10,'
Baseball 9, 10,' French Award 9,' French Club 9, 10, 11
Drama 9, 10, 11 , 12, Basketball 9,' Powder Puff Football
9,' Newspaper 10,' FHA 9, 10,' Choral Club 9, 10, 11,' Marty Serrentino
man Club 10 Football 9 10
Volleyball 95 French Club 9, 105 Student Gov't 9, 10, 125
Class Rep. 9, 10, 1 15 Senior Class Historian5 Flag Corps
105 Track 11 , 125 Cross Country 125 MUN 125 Yearbook
10, 11, 12, Editor 125 Young Life 11, 125 Honor Roll9,
10, 11, 12.
Football 95 CWEP 10, 11.
"I got honey in my heart
lt provides me with a fast start
I got Adidas on my feet
Helps me win the 'ol track meet! "
Drama Club 10, 11, 12.
Spanish Club 9, 10,' Band 9, 10, 115 Marching Band 10,
11,' Pep Band 11,' Spanish Student of the year 95 Math
Club 115 NHS 11 , 125 Newspaper 125 Travel Club 125
Volleyball 1 1.
Donald fMikeQ Miller
V Track 9, 105 J. V. Football 9, 115 V. Football 12, All-
Conf., MVP Def. Back 125 J. V. Soccer 115 Varsity Club
11 , 12.
Band 9, 10, 11,' V. Track 95 V. Wrestling 125 Yearbook
Band 9, 10, 11 , 12,' County Youth Orchestra 95 NJHS 95
Stage Band 9, 125 Soccer Club 1 1, 125 J. V. Soccer 105
Varsity Soccer 1 1, 125 Band Award 95 Pep Band 9, 10,
11, 125 Drama 115 Delta Epsilon Phi 115 Varsity Club 115
G.A.M.E. 115 V. Cross Country 125 Class Pres. 125 Mr.
Bill Fan Club 12.
J. V. Football 9, 11 .
Student Gov't 95 V. Gymnastics 9, 10,' German Club 9,
10, 115 Spanish Club 9, 10, 11,' Chess Club 9, 10,' J. V
Soccer 11,' Computer Club 125 Soccer Club 125 V.
Soccer 12,' Young Life 11, 12.
"Where are we going,
Why don 't we stop,
All the mystery and worry,
To reach the top,
Look all around you,
Enjoy what you see,
For life is for living,
And peace in being free.'
MUN 10, 11, 125 Yearbook 11, 125 Tennis 10, 11, 12,-
Student Council Treasurer 125 Mock Security Council
105 Drama Club 10, 11 , 125 CWEP 12,' Harmony Express
Drama Club 105 V. Soccer 10, 11.
Pep Club 95 Bowling 95 FBLA 105 Active Teens 115
Thespians 125 Newspaper 12.
V. Football 125 V. Basketball 12.
Student Council 95 Beta Club 95 J. V. Cheerleader 105
Anchor Club 10, 11, 12,' Drama Club 10, 11 , 125 Ecology
Club 115 Thespian 10, 11, 125 Yearbook 10, 11 , 125 Asst.
JNHS 95 School Scholastic Team 10, 115 Project Bold
11 , 125 Drama 125 Who's Who Among American High
Wrestling 9, J. V. Football 9,' Chess Club 9, 10,' Delta
Epsilon Phi 11,' V. Soccer 9, 10,' Mr. Bill Club 12,'
Spanish Club 9, 10.
Music Award 9,' Music Talent Award 9,' Chorus 9, 10,
PTA Penny Queen, Drama Club 10,' ROTC 11 , 12.
K yena Elrod
Pom Pon Squad 9, Science Award 9,' Newspaper 9, 1 1,'
German Club 10,' Track 10,' Young Life 10, 125 Cross
Country 11 , 12,' Spirit Week Committee 11, School Play
11 ,' Tennis Manager 11,' Yearbook 12, NHS 11.
Cross Country 9, J. V. Basketball: Baseball, J. V.
Wrestling 10,' V. Wrestling 11, V. Football 11 ,'
Journalism 11, Wrestling 12.
P.E. Award 9, Hockey 9, Soccer 10,' Drill Team 1 1, 12,
Drill Team Commander 12.
Football Manager 9, 10, J. V. Football 9, 10, Basketball
Manager 10,' Speech and Drama Award 9,' Track and
Field Award 9.
V. Volleyball MVP 12, V. Track 95 StudentGov't9,
Basketball 12,' Journalism 12,' Mister Bill Fan Club 12,-
Teen Involvement 12, Drama 9,' Letterman 's Club 9, 12.
J. V. Track 9,' Chess Club 9, 10, 11 , 12,' Computer Club
11, 125 V. Cross Country 10, 12, 5th in C.C. Germany
Finals 12, Soccer Club 12,' V. Soccer 10.
V. Wrestling 9, 10, 11 , 12, V. Track 9,' Marching Band 9,
10, 1 1, Concert Band 9, 10, 11 ,' Foreign Exchange
Program 10, 11,' Drama 11 ,' V Cross Country 125
Student Council President 12.
Yearbook 9, 10, 11, 12,' MUN 12, Class Rep. 10, 11, 12,-
Journalism 11,' Track 10, 11 , 12, Volleyball 11,
Newspaper 9, 10, Math Club 9, Beta Club 95 Student
Council 10, 11 , 12, Pep Club 9, 10,' Who's Who 11,
Young Life 1 1, 12, Business Award 105 ArtAward 9.
Washington Congressional Workshop 9, J. V. Wrestling
11,' V. Wrestling 12,' Spanish Club 9, 10, Drama Club 9,
10, Homeroom Rep. 9, 11 .
Football 10, 1 1,' V. 12,' Student Council Rep. 9, 10, 11,'
Track 9, 10,' Chorus Club 9, Varsity Club 12.
Journalism 9,' Yearbook 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12,
Basketball 12,' Softball 9, Chorus 9,' Cross Country 1 1,
12,' Chorus Award 9,' Teen Involvement 9, 10, 12,' Young
Life 11, 12.
Mary Kay Johnston
Interact Club 9, 10, 11 ,' J. V. Cheerleading 9, 10,' V
Cheerleading 11,' 2nd Alt. 12, Pep Club 11, 12,' Softball
10,' Volleyball 11, Class Treasurer 12.
J. V. Basketball 9,' Student Gov't 9, 10,' Radio Club 9,
Intramural Basketball 10, Vice-Pres. FBLA 1 1,' Delta
Epsilon Phi 11,' Yearbook 12.
Drama 9, 10, 11 ,' V. Track 10,' Chorus 10, 11 .
V. Cross Country 95 J. V. Track 95 Yearbook 9, 105 Class
President 105 NHS 11 , 12.
Project Bold 105 Yearbook 125 Teen Involvement 125 V.
Cross Country 125 Basketball 125 Track 12.
Track 9, 105 Cross Country 10, 125 Yearbook 125
Dedication Committee 125 Young Life 12.
Cheerleading 9, 125 Cheerleading Capt. 125 Student
Gov't 11,' Honor Roll 95 J. V. Basketball 95 Varsity Club
125 Student Council Rep.9.
V. Track 95 CWE 12.
J. V. Basketball 95 Speech 95 Drama 10, 11 , 12.
Wrestling 95 V. Soccer 9, 10, 11 , 125 MUN 10, 11 , 125
NHS l0, 11, 125 Educational Assoc. of Tech. in Maine5
Data Epsilon Phi 115 Mr. Bill Club 125 French Club 9.
Soccer 105 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12.
Orchestra 9, 115 Band 9, 10, 11 , 125 Music Award 105
Track 9, 105 Soph. Football 105 J. V. Football 115 V.
Football 11, 125 Soccer 125 Yearbook 125 NHS 11 , 125
Mr. Bill Club 12.
J. V. Football 9, 10, 115 J. V. Wrestling 95 V. Football 12.
J. V. Tennis5 Ski Club 9, 10, 1 15 Scholastic Awards 9, 10
11,' J. V. Football 105 Varsity Football 11 , 125 V.
Gymnastics 10, 115 Super Stars Competition 10, 115
Varsity Club 115 NHS 11 , 125 Letterman 's Club 12.
JNHS 95 Band 9, 10, 11 , 125 Track 95 Yearbook 125
Spanish Club 11 , 12,' Creative Writing Club 115 Literary
Club 125 Young Life 12.
Art Club 95 Stagecraft 10, 1 15 Drama5 Newspaper 9, 12,'
Basketball Manager 125 1978 Allusions Literary
Magazine 11 .
Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Softball 95 Volleyball 105 Chorus
Council 1 15 Business Law Award 1 15 Chorus Member
ofthe Year 9, 11,' Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12.
Project Bold 9, 1 15 Teen Involvement 105 Class Rep. 1 1
Wrestling 9, 12.
V. Track 9, 10, 11,' V. Basketball 115 English Award 95
Old English Club 115 German Club 10, 11.
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Music Award 1 15 Harmony Express 10, 125 NHS 11, 12,
10, 95 NEDTAward 9, 10.
Pep Squad 95 FHA 95 Delta Epsilon Phi 1 15 Medical
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1. The Shah saluting his troops. 2. Cambodian child, Vietnam's
"boat peopIe." Thousands fled from hunger and terror. 3. Ameri-
can flag beginning to burn by lranian students. 4. Man of the Year
- Ayatollah Khomeini. 5. Park strolling with his daughter. 6. The
Flunaways: Bolshoi Ballet Aleksanar Godunov and his wife
Lyuamela Ulasova. The Godunvou's love the U.S. 7. Todd Forbes
displays his opinion of the Ayatollah. 8. Mickey Mouse shows
some long dormant American nationalism.
The events that happened
during the 1979-1980 school
year have increased our
awareness as to what kind of
future lies ahead for the grad-
uating class of 1980. . .
Here comes Teddcy' . . . The Gold
Rush of 1979 astro's call for
peace, but lashes U.S. . .. Peace
Prize Winner Mother Teresa ...
Assassination of Park - South
Korean President. . .Cambodians, a
dying People . . . The lives of some
60 Americans hung in the balance in
Tehran ... The Who Concert,
stamped to tragedy The Runa-
ways A Streamline IRA
Europe's Backlash against Abortion
. . . The issue of NATO's Nukers . . .
Star Trek Reborn ... Maggie
Thatcher is a WOW in the U.S. . ..
Carter angrig halts grain sales and
postpones ALT ll in a series of
retaliations against the Soviet inva-
sion of Afghanistan . . . Gold and Sil-
ver go Bonkers Indira Ghandi,
again lndia's Prime Minister . ..
Egypt and Israel signed a peace
treaty . . . Three Mile lsland: A Con-
suming Challenge . . . Italy: Terror in
the classroom KKK marches in
Alabama . . . DC-10 crashes in Chi-
cago, Mexico City and an sightsee-
ing flight over Antarctic . . . Gasohol,
a new hope ... Kermit and Miss
Piggy: Daring to be Different
Prime Minister Abel Muzorewa and
Patriotic Front Guerrillas sign peace
agreement for Rhodesia . . . Carter
might boycott summer Moscow
Olympics . . . Skylab is falling . . .
Pioneer ll: the Cosmic Eye . . . Kho-
meini: Man of the Year Fire at
Sea: The biggest oil spill ever fouled
the Gulf Coast The Sea Swal-
lowed 23 yachts and 18 sailors.
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1. Andy Black, delegate to the Armaments Committee, contemplates lraq's radical
nuclear policy. 2. Representative to the Committee on Economic Development,
Sue Kester, reminds the United States delegate of 1st world nation oil consump-
tion. 3. Damon Pike and George Kirchgaesser corner a Greek delegate to discuss
her vote on the crisis, Wetnam invades Thailand. 4, Iraqi Head Delegate Damon
Pike condemns the world in his opening speech for condemning Arab nations. 5.
Tina Ribble gets some help on last minute packing at Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof.
687. With Mitch Guay and Andy Black, an eight hour train ride contains some
interesting activities. 8. The iraqi Delegation at the General Assembly. Seniors of
today: politicians of the future.
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1. George Kirchgaesser demonstrates effective lobbying techniques while eating an apple. 2. Dominican Republic delegates, James
Newberry and George Kirchgaesser, talk over foreign policy at the Stuttgart Bahnhof. 3. James Newberry relates an impressive speech
on a Latin American's views of today's world,4. MUN delegatesg Mr. Francois Qadvisorj, Debbie Henry, James Newberry, Mitch Guay,
Damon Pike, George Kirchgaesser, Susan Kester, Tina Ribble, Maria McAhron, Andy Black, and Liz Alvarez. 5. Damon Pike and Sue Kes-
ter laugh after a "brow beating" session with the United States delegation. '
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Boy's Team anticipates tough competition from opposing teams. 3. The Cross
Country Team from left to right is: E. Alvarez Cmanagerj, J. Geiger, G. Murphy, B.
Danis, A. Kirk, D. DeVries, M. McCarthy, H. Alvarez, Coach Schultz, K. Flicketson,
B. Baker, M. Harrington, J. Dunkle, J. Deese, C. Geiger, J. Dunkle, S. Ator, D.
Caceres, B. Jacobs, Kyena fCripj Elrod, S. Jacobs, L. Alfaro, C. McCarthy, S. Kes-
ter, L. Baker, M. McAhron, J. McCarthy. 4. Mark McCarthy kicks with confident
strides. 5. David Caceres slows down enough to find the oxygen mask. 6. Patch
guys show their cool disposition before finals at Heidelberg.
Patch vs. Opponent
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Michel Sims celebrates after a six point reception. 2. Mike Barksdale
battles his way towards the goal. 3. Curtis Jacobs and teammates at a
tense moment. 4. fclockwise from top lefty head coach - Washington,
offensive coach - Hope, defensive coach - Brown, special teams and
defensive backfield coach - Williams.
104 - Varsity Football
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first row - P. Bujakowski, J. Burrow, Fl. Serrentino, Fl. Flisor, M. Serren-
tino, J. lzatt, T. Burns, J. Waggoner. second row - M. Lancaster Cman-
agerj, K. Mioduski, M. Bell, G. Reid, B. Hope, M. Brutfey, E. Crosby, M
ln their first year of existence, the Patch
Panthers left a permanent mark on the Silver
South League. After a shakey start against
Zweibrucken and a last minute loss to Ans-
bach the Panthers got tough. They pulled
their offense into an effective unit, which
complimented an already devastating
defense, and threw the league standings
into total confusion. During Homecoming,
the Panthers were tied for first place with
the Augsburg Apaches, but fate turned
against them, and they had to settle for a
second place league standing. The Patch
Panthers ended the season with a 4-2
league record, green and gold jerseys, and
the respect of their opponents and the
"Stars and Stripes" game predictor.
This year's Varsity lettermen are: Greg Reid,
Phil Bujakowski, Jeff Waggoner, Gary
Brown, Marty Serrentino, Mike Bell, Ken
Mioduski, Ed Krasauskas, Mike Lawrie, Cur-
tis Jacobs, Elliot Crosby, Jimmy Cannon,
Rich Risor, Matt Dickson, John Burrow,
Mark Edwards, Bob Hope, Tom Bujakowski,
Mike Barksdale, Kevin Berman, Steve Craig,
Ricky Serrentino, Tony Burns, Vince Kra-
sauskas, Michel Sims, Berry Robertson,
Mike Miller, Ken Watts, Joe Izatt, Mike Bruf-
fey, Chas Dickson, Joe Elliot, John
Varsity Football - 105
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1. The offensive unit listens for the play. 2. Gang tackle. Mike
Miller, Marty Serrentino, John Burrow and Rich Risor converge
on an Ansbach running back. 3. Rich Risor takes time out to
practice his disco moves as John Burrow looks on. 4. Greg Reid
spots a receiver as he gets pass blocking from Ken Watts, Joe
lzatt, and Bob Hope. 5. Greg Reid observes cheerleading prac-
tice as Ken Watts goes in motion.
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1. K. Whaley, M. Casey, B. Lowe, J. Merrill, J. Newberry, Ltc Hope, R.
McDaniel, B. Potter, E. Zick, T. Stibor, J. Serna, J. Edwards, T. Forbes,
B. Mayhew, C. Chung, C. Shambeck. 2. Phil Bujakowski executing the
triple option. 3. Patch Panthers putting the crunch on an Ansbach Cou-
gar quarterback. 4. Bill Potter prepares to block an Ansback Cougar
from moving the ball any further. Todd Forbes is already doing his best.
5. Robert McDaniel attempts to block the punt. 6. Bob Mayhew carries
the ball as Bill Pottertries to help him out.
108 - Junior Varsity Football
The Junior Varsity impressed all who saw
them play. Unfortunately, they were only
able to dominate a three game season.
Nevertheless, they scored 110 points dur-
ing their season while leaving their frus-
trated opponents with a total of 8. The
high point of their season came at Zwei-
brucken. After the Varsity experienced a
shocking O-23 loss to Zweibrucken, the
J.V. regained the honor of Patch High
School by devastating their Zweibrucken
counterparts with a score of 50-6. The
J.V. performed just as well during the rest
of their season, and easily took first place
in the league.
Next year, the Varsity team will gain many
experienced players who have developed
a habit of winning.
This year's J.V. Lettermen are: Mark
Casey, Bill Lowe, James Newberry, Bill
Potter, Bob Mayhew, Jeff Serna, Todd
Forbes, Robert McDaniel, Clark Sham-
beck, Carl Chung, and Ed Zick.
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1. Janice Woodson diligently awaits her turn to cheer. 2. The B.C.
discuss their next cheer. 3. Debi Vega leads the school in the
basketball pep rally. 4. Michelle Reid makes a big jump. 5. Janice
Woodson gives a cheer with the splits for her school team. 6. The
Varsity Cheerleaders. 7. A member of the Pep Squad, Cheryl
Barksdale, adds a little life to the game.
110 - Varsity Cheerleading
With the hard job of providing
encouragement and cheer to
the football team, the varsity
cheerleaders, led by Ms.
McKensie, started practice in
early September. The girls
chosen were the best out of
about 40 girls who tried out.
For basketball season several
girls quit and a whole new
squad was formed. The cheer-
leaders, in order to raise
money for pom-poms and
other things for their squad,
held the Spirit Dance in Janu-
ary. The Varsity Cheerleaders
with bright smiles showed they
were a determined and eager
squad as they supported their
Both the football and basket-
ball JV Cheerleaders kept their
teams going with their pep and
spirit. The cheerleaders
worked hard hours to perfect
the many cheers performed
during a single game. The JV
Cheerleaders did a great job,
especially since they had to
keep up with their spirited foot-
ball and basketball teams.
Together the cheerleaders
formed a squad in which the
school took pride.
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leading Squad. 3. Tess Horigan, captain of the JV Football cheer-
leaders. 4. Marybeth Heffernan and Anderea Wright anticipate
their team to make a basket. 5. The cheerleaders pep the crowd
up at a basketball game. 6. Alyssa Abbey, captain of the J.V. bas-
ketball cheerleaders. 7. The football cheerleaders try to keep
time to their cheers.
J.V. Cheerleaders - 113
The Varsity Basketball Team
11 Kevin Buckles
15 Bruno Sims
21 Joseph lzatt
22 Ed Krasauskas
31 John Burrow
32 Jimmy Gannon
35 Robert McDaniel
41 Michel Sims
42 Skyler Dilworth
45 Marty Serrentino
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The Junior Varsity Girls and Guys teams
finished the middle of this year's basket-
ball season with only one Ioss which was
against Munich. Mr. Washington coach-
ing the JV guys and Mr. Haven coaching
the JV Girls helped both teams show
their talents to many other teams includ-
ing their archrivals, Pattonville.
Mr. Washington said the JV Guys were
good and they had more height than
most other opposing teams.
Although coming from different commu-
nities as they did, the JV Girls had never
before worked together. They had a lot
of spirit and teanfwork.
Mr. Washington also said that the JV
Guys should do well when they become
Varsity, and hoped the JV Girls and
Guys would finish the season as well as
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Bump, Set, Spike.
This was the phrase often heard
amidst the action of the many meets
the 1979 Volleyball squads played.
The teams started from almost scratch
this year since many of the players had
never really played in any type of com-
petitive situation. When questioned
about the season, Coach Carol Heffer-
nan replied, "They've come a long
way. Volleyball is a sport with many
intricate and complicated moves, we
just had to start with the fundamentals
and work up, but they caught on fast. I
couldn't have asked for a better group
Varsity and J.V. had some really stiff
competition this year with the turn-over
of some Class "A" schools to Class
This didn't stop these determined
players: they stuck in there and played
their best. The overnight Berlin trip was
one of the more enjoyable meets.
Everyone really had a fun time and it
proved to be one of the better matches
The sign in the Post 'Gym where prac-
tices were held seemed to describe
these teams. "A quitter never wins and
a winner never quits", these teams
were true winners in this respect.
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1. Coach Heffernan takes time between a set to offer some helpful advice. 2. The
team's aggressiveness and alertness proves that a "Winner Never Quits." 3. The
remnants of Humanities prevail with Alicia Garrow portraying "The Thinker." 4. 1979
Volleyball Squads: 2nd row - J.V.: Ft. Boettcher, M. Mundis, N. Hilden, S. Henry,
Coach Heffernan, D. Forte, J. Hallenbeck, S. Richards. Front- Varsity: C. Nys, A.
Garrow, V. Mullins, S. McCraith, K. Welte, D. Berman, M. Woods, M. McKeever. 5.
Denise Berman returns the ball with a good, solid bump. 6. Pat Frost demonstrates a
perfect serve with her own style.
Front I to r - Eric Widemann, John Cree 105 lb., Steve Snipes 112 lb., Chris Lynch 119 Ib. 2nd - Mike Harrington 126
Jean Hobson 132 lb., Bennie Bustamante 145 Ib., Kevin Bendele 155 Ib. 3rd - K. Woodmansee Mgr., Mike Huggins
Ib., Tony Burns 167 Ib., K. Cornellius Mgr., E. Crosby 185 Ib., Robert Brown UNL, L. Shaler Mgr.
1. Var. wrestling team. 2. Steve Stipes makes his opponent dive. 3. Mike
Harrington rolls over on K-Town. 4. John Cree executes a perfect pin. 5.
Jean Hobson is preparing himself for his next move. 6. JV team. 7. Wres-
tlers at Pep Assembly.
124 - Wrestling
Feb. 29-Mar. 1
The Librariansispent many long hours
in preparing the library for student use.
The books, thousands of them, arrived
shortly before Christmas vacation. The
typing classes typed up the cards for
the card catalogue. The school nurse
played an important role in school life.
She coordinated the health classes
with the Coaches, administered shots,
took throat cultures and worked with
the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program.
Ms. Hocker worked with students
behind the average ability of their
peers. The supply personnel of 6 to 10
aides were kept busy this year. They
were responsible for maintenance, dis-
tribution, ordering and inventory
among other things.
Aide and Supplies
Always Close by.
1. The Supply personnel are Mike Bruffy, Ms. Flose, Clark Shambeck,
Doug Wahalen and Kathy Hodgkins. 2. The nurse, Ms. Spiller, and aide.
3. Ms. Domachowski is the Learning Resource Specialist. 4. Ms. Hanks
is the LRC aide. 5. Ms. Hocker is the Learning Disability Specialist.
130 - Extra Help
1. The contractors of the school take a periodic inspection of progress. 2. Construction work-
ers busy in the library. 3. Some familiar faces that help clean up the school.
The Puze Frauen and Herrn worked
very hard at cleaning the school.
Their long hours from early morning
to late after school kept our school
looking good. The school was com-
pleted in February. For the contrac-
tors, the construction of the school
was an extra challenge. Perhaps the
biggest hindrance was nature. The
workmen had only two months of
good weather for building. In the
area of the school, there are numer-
ous wells. Therefore, upon digging,
workers oontinuously ran into water.
Despite these problems, students
think the school is really nice.
Behind the Scenes at a New School
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Language students felt the effects of
being in a new school this year. Even
though interest was high among the stu-
dents, many advanced courses were not
offered due to a scarcity of teachers.
Therefore, some students, upon approval
of the teacher, took independent studies
in French and Latin. Some seventh and
eighth graders who had German in the
sixth or seventh grade, were unable to
take German this year. The language
teachers were Mr. Dobner, Mr. Maceron,
Ms. Cornelius, and Ms. Young. The lan-
guage department is planning to expand
to include Spanish II, French II, and Ger-
man lV. Being students overseas, where
English is not always spoken, created a
desire to speak other languages.
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CWEP and Aides Valuable Assistance
The Cooperative Work Experi-
ence Program offers students
a chance to get on the job
training. Juniors and Seniors,
through the help of Ms.
Thompson, can be placed in
voluntary jobs that match their
interests. For instance, a stu-
dent might work in the Audio
Shop, News, Office, Dispen-
sary or Auto Body Shop.
Though students don't get
paid, they gain valuable experi-
ence that can help them in
later life. Many students enjoy
being in a different environ-
ment, where they encounter
The English department ran into many prob-
lems this year. The majority of the books did
not arrive until January. Stuttgart American
High School lent our school many books.
One of the most popular courses taken this
year was Writer's Workshop taught by Ms.
Bottorf. Ms. Katz, as director of the Match-
maker, taught Speech and Drama. Mr.
Minette and Mr. Brunner jointly terrorized
ftyrannizedj the Humanities classes, but
most students enjoyed the class and
learned a lot. Ms. Young's English class
introduced new and interesting literature to
students. Due to the reduced size of the
school, flexability and variety were limited.
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class. 3. Sue Kester and Ken Mauldin experience ditticulties in Writer's Workshop.
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School was well established with many fine and
experienced teachers. Math is not only for gen-
iuses, because the classes range from 7th grade
general math to calculus. Even though students
needed only one credit of math, the majority of
the classes were filled with eager students. As a
whole, the math department teachers were
pleased with the students.
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Advanced Biology or Advanced Chemistry students ran
around school. We did have our share of higher sci-
ences, and being close to the Max Plank Institute gave
Chemistry and Physics students a field trip first semester,
sponsored by Mr. Kleiman and Ms. Duncan. The science
department did manage to stick out from any other
departments though - Not many departments have a
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Frese's students are a little camera shy. 3. 7th graders try to concen-
trate on their work and not the photographer.
Social Studies, being mandatory, was definitely taught
this year. We know principals have this thing for making
grades 7-12 equal. Maybe that is the reason Social Stud-
ies is mandatory. Because, at one time or another, every
student enrolled in school will sit in Social Studies and
ask themselves, "What is so important about starving
people that lived 400 years ago?"
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1. Libby Sensabaug watches everything, but
what she's doing. 2. Jim Gannon checks
what's cooking. 3. Work shop is a social hour
for some 7th and 8th graders. 4. Dishwashing
is not one of the most favorite chores in
Home Ec. 5. Michelle McKeever diligently
works on her Woodworking project. 6. Vero-
nica Mullins sharpens her tools for class.
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erally filled with students eager to
learn a trade skill. The classes
include Cosmetology, Cooking,
Sewing, Woodworking, Industrial
arts, Interior design and Industrial
architecture and drawing. These
classes teach students skills to use
in their careers later in life.
Band and Chorus this year included grades 7 through 12.
Ms. Dawson taught and directed both groups. For a small
school, the band had a big turnout with a wide variety of
instruments. The amount of practice they put in made
them good. The result was an outstanding performance
at the Christmas Concert. Chorus, although it contained
some reluctant participants, also sounded good, and
some singers had surprising talent. The donations raised
from the concert will go towards new band uniforms. The
band and chorus have the potential to become known
with Ms. Dawson.
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1. The younger Band, decked in white, takes a short break. 2. The right and left sections of the band are put together like they are to play. 3. Ms.
Dawson raises the pitch. 4. The combined chorus waits to start singing.
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1. Even "the freaks" enjoy art most of the time. 2.
Robin Abbey gets instructions from Ms. Cornelius
on what to do next.
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Business classes, mostly
consisting of 9th through
12th graders, appeared to
be well rounded courses.
They helped teach valuable
skills useful to almost every-
one. Ms. Parker and Mrs.
Lund split the typing classes
which were pretty full. Their
students completed various
projects including the typing
of the Card Catalog for the
library. As for Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America,
the club had a hard time get-
ting started, but we have
reason to believe it will be
established in the future.
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CW3 Goldman, had a good start this
year. Fifty students, including ten
women, enrolled as members. The
department was housed in the old mess-
hall adjacent to the school.
The group was actively involved in
school functions. They assisted in the
Homecoming Day presentation of the
Queen and her court with formal lines of
crossed sabers. The precision marching
team, "S Squad," also demonstrated
their ability. Members patrolled school
and housing area crosswalks in the
mornings. The department planned to
attend the NCO Academy at Bad Tolz
and programmed a helicopter ride for
members. An effort to recruit more
members resulted in a relaxation of the
haircut regulation. Mr. Goldman said, "lt
was done to attract people who wanted
to join the program but did not want their
hair cut so short." The AJROTC depart-
ment planned to grow in numbers during
the coming years.
1. E-2 Johnson attracted by the offer of the
new regulation for haircuts. 2. Lt. Cdr. Kirk
Fernitz is dressed in full array on Thursday -
Uniform Day. 3. E-8 Horn shows that women
are as much impressed with AJROTC as men.
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After being elected to office in September, the student
council officers found themselves with their hands full
trying to organize an effective government. The first
major task undertaken was planning and organizing the
Dedication dance. Many students also voiced the need
for a smoking area, which was eventually approved. In
addition to this, an ad hoc committee was formed to draft
a constitution: ratification proved to be a timely process,
but the Patch Constitution was finally passed by Christ-
mas vacation. The New Year started off with high hopes.
The long-awaited school store got off the ground and
plans for a Spring Arts Festival materialized. The student
council received its biggest boost with the election of
homeroom representatives during second semester,
therefore many new students became active in their gov-
150 - Student Government
1. President Mike Harrington reads the opening state-
ments for a Monday afternoon meeting. 2. Senior Class
President Greg Murphy brings up one of many pressing
student problems for review. 3. Points of student interest
won the position of Historian for Darcie Goodwin. 4.
Wanda Wright, Homeroom Representative for Mr. Heffer-
nan's class, was one of many chosen in January. 5.
Attendance at Student Government meetings included
sparce, but dedicated participation.
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President: Mike Harrington
Vice-President: Andy Black
Treasurer: Damon Pike
Historian: Darcie Goodwin
Corresponding Secretary: Tina Murray
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1. NHS members: Mrs. Ladnier, Barb Coder, Debbie Henry, Liz Alvarez,
Pam de Jong, Camilla Kenyon, Kyena Elrod, Debbie Miller, Tony Burns,
and Charles Lynch. 2. Mrs. Ladnier, the NHS Advisor, reviews the list of
inductees for March. 3. Charles Lynch, Treasurer, is caught in a rare
moment of study.
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The DaVinci Chapter ofthe National
Honor Society at Patch High School was
finally organized after Thanksgiving. The
elected officers wrote a Constitution and
held an induction ceremony.
Like most new organizations in our
school, the NHS needed money. Thus, it
had its share of fund raising ideas. For
example, a common sight became bake
sales in the forum.
ln March the DaVinci Chapter acquired
new members and therefore, held
another induction ceremony. Students,
parents, and teachers attended this sol-
emn, but happy event.
This year's officers were: Bruno Sims -
President, Gary Brown - Vice President,
Pam de Jong - Secretary, and Charles
Lynch - Treasurer.
When asked on his views of NHS, Charles
Lynch replied, "lt was tough keeping up
with grades and extra activities, but it's
worth the challenge."
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The main event of this year's Letter-
men's Club was the ordering of let-
ter jackets. These coats, ordered in
school colors with a variety of
extras, were the sign of class. The
biggest problem they encountered
was the price hike on the jackets.
Lora Alfaro and Alicia Garrow took
care of the arrangements under
Coach Washington's supervision.
This was a definite addition to spirit
around the school.
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great contribution to fall sports.
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After transferring the printing press
from Pattonville and fin'ding a room
to store it in, the Print Shop was in
business. Mr. Werner Dobner, a lan-
guage teacher, advised a group of
guys on various printing techniques.
For a minimum price, clubs or
organizations could get dance tick-
ets, certificates, or club cards
printed. The group also sold tee-
shirts with origional German say-
ings. The group worked during all
their free time to fill orders. There-
fore, this group was a real plus to
Joseph Withrow, Rene Wetherell, and Mr. Dobner of the Print Shop. 2. All members eagerly
for the results of their work.
The Stuttgart School has had the
most outstanding Drill Team in
Europe for four out of five years.
Patch High School and Stuttgart
American High School are joined
together by JROTC. The Platoon is
run by Stuttgart while Patch runs
their own Squad Element.
Drill Competition was held on May 9,
at Stuttgart American High School.
All Schools were represented. The
events that were performed were
the FM 22-5 Army Drill, Trick, Color
Guard and Individual Drill.
Led by Lieutenant Commander Kirk
Fernitz, the Drill Team was prepar-
ing for the tough Competition in
May. Practices were held three
times a week Monday, Tuesday, and
1. Cpl. Kieth Robertson stands at attention while performing a Basic Drill Exercise. 2. Leader of the Drill Team Lt. Cdr. Kirk Fernitz twirling a Spring-
field in preparation for the Trick Team. 3. Back row left to right- Cpl. M. Eskew, R. Ator, PFC. L. Zellmann, PFC. D. Martines. Front row left to right
- Sgt. M. Casey, Cpl. F. Orioens, Sgt. F. C. K. Frost, Lt. Cmdr. of S Squad K. Fernitz, Cpl. B. Kline, Cpl. S. Shaw, Cpl. K. Robertson.
The Travel Club, sponsored by Mr. Klei-
man, met every Monday to discuss the
planning and financing of such excur-
sions as: a trip to the Stuttcart Zoo, a boat
ride on the Neckar, and even a train ride
to Berlin. Secretary!Treasurer Ann
Scarbrough said fundraising projects
helped to pay for the trips. Members held
a bake sale to cover many of the expen-
ses for a trip to a heated wave pool. The
last trip of the year for the Travel Club
was to an amusement part, Fantasialand.
First row - Debbie Miller, Tina Zimmerman, Jason Kleiman, Tamara Chohen. Second row - Mr. Kleiman fSponsorJ, Michell Cirin-
cioni, Tina Ribble, Cathy Crowther, Rhonda Bales. Third row - Andrea Wright, Kelley Shuter, Wanda Wright, Ann Scarbrough, Liz
The Harmony Express: Sherrita Johnson, Damon Pike,
Eileen Harrington, Carol-Jean Constant, Beth Bendele,
Cathy Potter, Scarlet Bertish, Pam de Jong, Mike Nail,
Galen Koch, and Jeff Bader. These students were an
inspired group of singers mainly consisting of higher
grade levels. Through popularity on the high school level,
this amateur but exceptional group was asked to perform
at parties and at the chapel where they put on a very
good show. The funds they raise will be used to purchase
new band uniforms, therefore supporting the school.
Some members wish to branch out by taping a couple of
their own compositions. They are definitely enthusiastic
about their talent.
Just starting out at a new school, the
Computer Club had a problem all its
own. No computers would probably
be expected until the end of the
school year. Contributions from
organizations like the PTSA and the
Stuttgart American Wandering Club
were expected in order to purchase
these new computers. Possible
computer donations were also
looked forwardto by all members.
Although no computers were availa-
ble at that tifne, the club made
several weekend field trips to Pat-
tonville to use their computers. Field
trips were also made around the
Patch area to see different com-
puter models. A comment from Mr.
Reisinger, the club sponsor, was,
"We would sure like to have our own
computers in our school."
Over 20 students matched their wits against each
other in this year's chess club. Although only sched-
uled to meet on Wednesdays at lunch, almost all mem-
bers brought their lunches and chessboards to 'room
316 every day for another challenging battle of the
Faculty sponsor Mr. Kleiman commented: "This club
was formed to give students a relaxing social environ-
ment where they could meet others interested in play-
ing chess. I think we've succeeded!"
1. The staff of the "Underground Press": Dr. Hermann
Kowalski - Patron Saint of the U.P., Jacob Spratt - Spit-
toon cleaner, Flandico Pittowski - Co-Editor, The Ranger
- Editor and centerfold, Fred Shalom - Cocoa Editor,
Ernie Hemingways - Copy Boy, William Winkle - Night
Watchman. 2. A publicity shot from the Box Office hit -
"The Renegade Army Visits Iran." 3. Pictured here are ele-
ments of the 1st Assault Battalion, Renegade Army
abducting the French Ambassador's daughter.
1. Members of the Drama Club
are: Elizabeth Norwood, Jeff
Bader, Alyssia Abbey, Mrs. Katz,
Barbara Underwood, Bruno
Sims, Pam de Jong, Jeff McLain,
and Mike Nail. 2. Bruno Sims
caught in the act. 3. Pam de
Jong in a moment of despair.
Being only 7th and 8th graders, the
Junior Thespians were not able to
participate in the school produc-
tions. Instead, many of these ambi-
tious students found themselves
behind the scenes this year. They
played a big part in the construction
of props, lights, painting, sounds,
make-up, publicity and other various
jobs. These roles earned them
points toward Thespian member-
ship. They gained valuable knowl-
edge on the workings of play pro-
duction and had a good time too.
The two mascots, Deborah Allen
and Marcia Miquelon, seen at the
introduction of the plays, were
selected after careful screening of
many other 7th and 8th graders who
came out for the parts. Mrs. Katz
supervised this group of young
actors and actresses and inspired
them to "hang in there because
166 - Drama Club
The Drama Club, consisting of 9th
through 12th grade students,
showed their many capabilities and
talents this year. Amidst a study of
dramatics and preparation for the
1980 Drama Festival in Heidleberg,
these students found room to
include a fall and spring production
in their activities. The plays demon-
strated the enthusiasm and skill of
these young actors and actresses.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Katz,
a Drama major herself, the Drama
Club was really able to take shape.
The abilities and mastery of its mem-
bers livened up the stage of the
Forum as the first group ever to per-
form inthe new school.
1. Members of the Junior Thes-
plans Club show oft some of
their talent in drama. 2. This pic-
ture taken from "The Match-
maker" depicts scenery done by
the Junior Thespians.
Junior Thespians -- 167
168 - Yearbook.
Yearbook - 169
Clever tactics put this year's annual
oft to a good start with 400 books
sold during one day. This "good
streak" didn't last as the staff of six-
teen encountered many difficulties
before the yearbook was finished in
ln addition to a late start, a generally
new and inexperienced staff, no
class hour or room to workin, and a
shortage of pictures took their toll.
Late night vigils and morning head-
aches were the rewards for the
more devoted staff members.
Being the first edition, there were
many decisions to be made, some of
them controversial such as the
inclusion of the 7th and 8th grade in
the yearbook. There also were many
problems on editing and we apolo-
gize if anyone was treated unfairly
or was offended.
As editor, if asked how I felt about
this year's book I would reply, "It's
the best I could come up with, and I
hope every self-admirer is pictured a
numerous amount of times."
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willing to get "on his knees" for the yearbook. 3. This mirage of pictures forms the essence 1
den Andenken. 4. Special effect pictures made developing less boring for the photographer:
5. The yearbook staff from top to bottom: Jim Burns, Damon Pike, Seth Mullins, Charles Lyncl
Tina Ribble, Gary Brown, Kyena Elrod, Laura Baker, Mary Cantu, and Sue Kester.
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Mr. and Mrs. Anil Savkar and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. H. Joseph Kester
B. G. and Mrs. H. H. Harper
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Good luck Seniors of '80
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f lt was a good year! Betty J. Sokoloff
ar Susan, somebody still loves you, smile -- Charles
ff A warning to all: NEVER EVER underestimate a short person!
is Class of '83 is the best 'cause of freshmen of '80 by f.f.f.
if Good luck to my fellow J.D.'s, meet you at the MP station . . .Sandy
if Hey, Funny Faced Dewar, don't forget the sexes! You have sexy calves.
f Dear Beth, l had a lot of fun mostly with you last summer . . . Love Corkey
if Seniors of '80 - Go for it! and underclassmen, don't worry, there is a 99.996 chance you'll grow up.
if Vivia Colombia! Spics are great whether you like it or not Ranger! Super Spics alias, Maria McAhron.
if Remember Seniors - All for one and one for all, the Class of '80 will never fall. The Three Musketeers.
if Congratulations to the first graduating class of Patch High School. Good luck Class of '80!
if Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Stokes
if The Pagan Hunter departs. He is off to strange lands to fulfill a quest. He shall search out the Comatose Guppy and
force from it the secret of all things. In the future when nasty little pagans are building temples in your backyard or
attack you on the way to the holy city. You are on your own.
f I would like to thank Mrs. Katz for all her attention and patience with me. l love you a lot "Big K." l wish all the
happiness in the world with the future senior class for Mrs. B. J. "thelwhip" Sokoloff. l hope you get good aids next
year. But most of all, l wish the best of luck to the Senior Class of 1980. We're 31 . I hope all your dreams and wishes
come true . . .Take care . . .Love you all -- Pamela Caprice de Jong,
w Tom my dearest Kyes, that's you Bujakowskil. We love your paintedgon clothes and your pulsating chest. Love, LSD.
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Abbey, Robin 42, 56, 140, 145
Aldrich, Kirsten 88
Alexander, David 65
Allaro, Lora 42, 56, 102
Allen, Deborah 88
Allen, James 83
Alvarez, Elizabeth 29, 73, 65, 7
Alvarez, Henry 83, 102
Alvarez, Joan 93
Amend, Angela 83
Amend, Charlotte 74
Anderson, Julie 93
Anderson, Lawrence 83
Anderson, Shane 88
Antley, Audrey 65
Antley, Deborah 74
Antley, Mark 88
Arevalo, Chantal 83
Armstrong, James 88
Arnold, Sean 93
Atkins, Cindy 83
Atkins, Kevin 88
Atkins, Robert 74
Ator, Bill 93
Ator, Robert 83, 159
Ator, Stacey 65, 102
Back, Anita 65
Bader, Mathew 83
Bader, Jeffrey 42, 1 66
Bailey, Ann 93
Bailey, Edna 88
Bailey, John 65
Baird, Natali 93
Baker, Laura 42, 56, 102
Baker, William 74, 102
Bales, Rhonda 65, 58, 165
Banton, Kim 17, 42, 56, 60
Barkley, Franziska 65
Barkley, Michael 74
Barksdale, Cheryl 83, 111
Barksdale, Gerrian 42, 56
Barksdale, Michael 65, 1 04, 1 05
Barnes, Belinda 74
Barnett, Terry 42, 56
Bartig, Edward 83
Baxter, Keith 83
Baxter, Sandra 93
Bayne, Steve 65
Beach, Victor 93
Beatty, Susanne 93
Becker, Christiane 88
Beckett, Natasha 74, 78
Becton, Julius 83
Belanger, Barbara 74
Belanger, Donald 65
Belanger, Natalie 83
Belardo, Liliana 88
Bell, Mike 65, 104
Bendele, Beth 42, 56, 124
Bendele, Kevin 74
Bendele, Matthew 88
Benelield, Amy 93
Berecz, Peter 83
Berman, Denise 74, 123
Berman, Kevin 65, 72
Berman, Mark 88
Berman, Michelle 42, 54
Bertish, Scarlett 65
Bertish, Shane 88
Biggio, Brenda 65
Bilberry, Brian 83
Biniarz, Clillord 93
Black, Andy 29, 43, 56, 60
Blankenship, Dwayne 83
Blankenship, James 93
Blustein, Jenniler 93
Boettcher, Andrew 88
Boettcher, Jenniler 65
Boettcher, Ruth 74, 123
Boettcher, Viola 74
Boone, Christopher 93
Bolduc, Deborah 88
Bolduc, Laura 74
Bosletta, Jacklyn 85
Bott, Timothy 43
Bridgman, Chris 83
Brinkley, Debbie 65
Brookshire, Elizabeth 83
Brousseau, Bevlyn 88
Brousseau, Cynthia 65, 105
, Gary 41, 43, 56, 105, 146
, Patricia 74
Robert 66, 124
Brulfey, Mike 43, 56, 104, 130
Buckles, Kevin 74
Buiakowski, Philip 104
Bujakowski, Thomas 105
Burchlield, Andrea 83
Burnette, Herman 88
Burns, George 43, 56
Bruns, James 66
Burns, Laurine 66
Burns, Mary 83
Burns, Tony 43, 56, 60, 104, 124
Burrow, John 66, 106, 104, 107
Burt, Bryan 83
Burt, Derek 93
Bustamente, Bennie 124
Butler, Perdita 74
Buzick, Anita 83
Caceres, David 75, 102, 103
Catley, Mark 84
Campbell, Andrea 88
Campbell, Laura 75, 136
Canelos, Lynn 75
Canelos, Marina 66
Casey, Cynthia 88
Casey, Mark 75, 108
Casey, Susan 93
Casey, Therese 88
Castelman, Christine 88
Centolani, Christi 75
Chaitha, Thane 93
Cholometes, Marilyn 84
Cholometes, Nicholas 75
Chung, Carl 75, 108
Cirincioni, Michelle 43, 56
Coder, Barb 66
Coder, Charles 88
Coloni, Patricia 43
Cohen, Tamara 75, 158
Collins, Amy 93
Comito, Robert 66
Constant, Carol 43, 56
Constant, Kimberly 75, 78
Cook, Michael 93
Cooley, Lance 93
Corcoran, Gayla 88
Cornelius, Gretchen 93
Cornelius, Kristen 75, 124
Costello, Bemie 75
Couch, Pattie 84
Cox, Elizabeth 75
Craig, Dianne 84
Craig, Steve 44, 1 05
Cratic, Tonya 88
Craven, Wendy 84
Cree, Dianne 84, 124
Crec, John 85
Crist, David 66
Crosby, Deborah 84
Crosby, Elliot 66, 104, 124
Crosby, Tina 75
Crowder, Casandra 84
Crowther, Cathy 66, 158, 1
Culp, Anna 84
Czaster, Karen 44
Dalton, Heather 84
Danielson, Chris 44, 56
Danis, Brian 27, 66
Denis, Mark 93
Darcy, Anna 44, 56
Darcy, Stephanie 84
Davenport, Brenda 66
Davis, Sarita 93
Dean, Janet 84
Dean, Ruth 66
Deering, Karin 93
Deese, Jerry 84
de Jong, Pamela 18, 44, 56, 60, 166
DeLosSantos, Cindy 75
De Los Santos, Rene 84
Denese, Sonia 44, 56
De Vries, Dawn 88
De Vries, Deborah 75, 102
Dewar, Richard 93
Dickson, Charles 44, 105
Dickson, David 75
Dickson, Matthew 66, 105
Dillon, Elizabeth 44, 57
Dillon, Troy 84
Dilworth, Billy 44, 57
Dilworth, James 66
Dixon, Baron 88
Dixon, Phillip 75, 78
Dove, Ronald 84
Dowdy, John 84
Dunkle, Robert 101, 102
Dunlap, Micheal 84
Dunmyre, Lavenia 75
Dydynski, Caroline 88
Dydynski, Robert 93
Edwards, Mark 66, 105
Eggum, Robert 93
Eichenseer, Mary 93
Elliot, Joe 66, 105
Elrod, Kyena 45, 57, 102
Ely, Micheal 93
Endicott, Keith 84
Endlich, Carol 84
Eskew, Micheal 66, 159
Eskew, Michelle 84
Farmer, Andrea 88
Faust, Brenda 93
Faust, Charles 88
Faust, Teresa 66
Fero, Michael 57
Fero, Michelle 93
Ferguson, Ronald 84
Femitz, Kirk 45, 57, 147, 159
Ferro, Billy 88
Fiame, William 88
Fisher, Karin 84
Forbes, Matthew 93
Forbes, Todd 74, 108, 109
Ford, Deneen 75
Ford, Wendy 93
Fordham, William 75
Forte, Denise 123
Foss, Elizabeth 66, 165
Foss, Stephan 88
Foster, Dennis 84
Fraser, Michael 88
Frederickson, Mikel 45, 57
Frese, Charlene 88
Frost, Kenneth 76
Frost, Patricia 66, 123
Fuehrer, Michaela 88
Fujimoto, Mary Ann 89
Fujimoto, Steve 84
Gahn, Kimberely 84
Galbraith, Jenniler 89
Galbraith, Robin 76
Ganglott, Jenniler 93
Gerald, Michelle 93
Gannon, James 45, 105
Ganglolt, Timothy 89
Gannon, Mike 76
Gardner, Gwendolyn 84
Gardner, Kenly 76
Garner, Melanie 76
Garner, Thomas 89
Garrow, Alicia 17, 26, 45, 57, 60
Gaudelli, John 76
Gauthier, Emile 89
Goeble, Cheryl 89
Goeble, Doug 84
Geiger, John 45, 57, 102, 162
Geiger, Karl 84
Goodwin, Darcie 19, 66
Goodwin, Scott 93
Gorka, David 89
Gorka, Karen 93
Grahan, Jettrey 93
Guthrie, Mike 89
Guthrie, Susan 94
Hallenback, Jane 76, 123
Hallenbeck, Lisa 85
Handley, Christine 89
Hartsell, Tracy 89
Hanks, David 76
Hanks, Lisa 76
Hannigan, Patrick 85
Hargest, Amanda 26, 67
Harper, Barbie 94
Harper, Leigh Ann 85
Harrington, Aileen 67
Harrington, Mike 17, 18, 45, 57,
Harris, David 76
Harris, Mark 94
Harris, Shawn 85
Hartley, John 94
Hartsel, Traci 85
Hatcher, Carol 76
Hays, Robert 89
Hetteman, Elaine 94
Hetteman, Mary Beth 76, 113
Henning, David 85
Henry, Debbie 14, 29, 41 , 46, 57
Henry, Sheri 67, 123
Hickman, Elizabeth 89
Hicks, Natalie 85
Higgins, Kelly 89
Higgins, Susan 84
Hilden, Daniel 67
Hilden, Nancy 85, 123
Hobson, Carole 94
Hobson, Jean 76, 124
Hobson, Thierry 67
Hooker, Constance 67, 73
Hocker, Guy 85
Hodgkins, Kathy 41, 46, 54, 130
Hodgkins, Sheryl 85
Hodgson, Elizabeth 18, 19, 46
Holdaway, Georgia 46, 57
Holden, Teresa 76
Holland, Barry 89
Holland, Joanne 76
Holland, Laura 85
Holloway, Jerry 89
Holmes, Mike 77
Hope, Darlene 94
Hope, Laurie 85
Hope, Robert 46, 104, 107
Horigan, Edward 89
Horigan, Tess 77, 113
Horn, Dana 46, 57, 147
Houk, Donald 46
Houk, Michelle 77
Jacobs, Sumner 27, 47, 57, 101, 102,60
Jarrell, Michele 94
Jaworsky, Matthew 94
Jensen, Allen 77
Jensen, Gregory 77
Johnson, Alicia 89
Johnson, Arthur 67
Johnson, Carol 85
Johnson, Donna 89
Johnson, James 95
Johnson, Rhonda 90
Johnson, Sherrita 67
Johnson, Stephanie 67
Johnston, Alex 77
Johnston, Kenneth 77
Johnston, Mary Kay 41 , 47, 57
Johnston, Thomas 94
Jones, Chris 85
Jones, Stephanie 94
Jordan, Bryan 77
Jordan, Cary 47
Jordan, Larry 85
Justice, Darlene 90
Kallay, Thomas 47, 57
Kasyan, Ellen 47, 58
Karp, Debbie 82
Katz, Jordana 90
Kelso, Gregory 85
Kelton, Earl 77
Kelton, Ryanne 94
Kenyon, Camilla 47
Kester, James 94
Kester, Sue 28, 29, 41, 47, 58, 102
Kester, Kelly 94
King, Jimmy 90
King, Scott 77
Kirchgaesser, Georg 29, 67, 102
Kirk, Andrew 102
Kirk, Tracy 94
Kleiman, Jason 67, 158
Kline, David 77, 157
Knox, Tracey 94
Koch, Galen 85
Koeppen, Mark 94
Kotthe, Belinda 67
Karp, Millissa 82, 85, 165
Krasauskas, Eddie 67, 105
Krasauskas, Renata 94
Krasauskas, Vince 47, 105
Kukta, Stephen, 90
Lammers, Greg 77
Lammers, Scott 48
Lancaster, Bill 77
Lancaster, Michele 67, 104
Lapointe, Carmen 90
Latham, Becky 77
Lowe, Billy 77, 108
Lowe, Patricia 90
Lynch, Carolyn 90
Lynch, Charles 67, 73
Lynch, Christopher 85, 124
Lynch, Colbert 94
Lyons, Christopher 67
MacArthur, Scott 85
Macheledt, Peter 48
Madden, Lavetta 48
Magee, Mark 94
Magness, Julia 85
Malmberg, William 67
Mansell, Judith 48
Manning, Kathleen 94
Manspeaker, Robyn 94
Manspeaker, Steve 67
Marquart, Timothy 90
Martinez, Delva 85
Martinez, Joe 77, 78, 159
Massey, Lance 90
Maughan, Peter 90
Maughan, Petricia 67, 73
Maughan, Tittany 77
Mauldin, Kenneth 41, 48
Mauldin, Kevin 67
Mauldin, Steven 90
Mayhew, Bobbie 67, 108, 109
Mayhew, Richard 85
McAhron, Maria 29, 68
McAhron, Stephanie 94
McAneney, David 94
McBee, Tina 94
McCarthy, Clare 68, 102
McCarthy, Jean 68, 101 , 102
McCarthy, Mark 58, 102, 103
McGrath, Shannon 85, 123
McDaniel, Robert 77, 108, 109
McDonald, Connie 90
McDonald, Robert 94
McGrath, David 94
McGrath, Michael 68
McGrath, Timothy 90
McKeever, Charisse 94
McKeever, Karen 80
McKeever, Michelle 68, 73, 123
McKinley, Lisa 90
McClain, Jett 48, 58, 166
McClain, Kevin 86
Mcrae, John 90
Mcveigh, Andrew 49
Means, Monica 94
Mentzer, Jettrey 94
Mentzer, Lisa 68
Merrill, Jack 68, 108
Millard, Geotlrey 68
Millard, George 86
Debra 49, 58, 158, 165
Donald 49, 58, 105, 106
Milton, James 94
Milton, Paula 77
Mioduski, Karen 86
Mioduski, Kenneth 26, 68, 72, 104
Miquelon, Marcia 90
Moats, Tracey 68
Moats, Whitney 78
Moore, Marianne 94
Moore, Terri 90
, James 90
Morgan, Daphne 86
Morgan, Kimberly 86
Morgan, Tina 95
Morris, Gina 49
Morris, Hollia 90
Morris, Tina 68
Mowrey, Scott 95
Mullins, Seth 47, 58
Mullins, Valerie 86, 123
Mullins, Veronica 95
Mundis, Marla 86, 123
Murphy, Greg 41, 49, 58, 102
Murphy, Jamie 86
Murray, Donald 86
Murray, Kimberly 68
Murray, Teri 78
Murray, Tina 14, 49, 60
Murrell, Terry 95
Mussman, David 49
Myers, Lori 68
Nail, Mike 18, 68, 166
Nail, Richard 95
Naujelis, Mike 78
Naujelis, Ronald 95
Neidhart, Mike 90
Newberry, Diane 95
Newberry, James 29, 68, 108
Newman, Nadja 90
Newman, Richard 78
Nichols, Katherine 86
Norwood, Elizabeth 68, 166
Norwood, Patricia 78
Nutter, Suanne 86
Nys, Chantalle 68, 123, 139
Nys, Christian 49, 58
Nys, Nathalie 86
Oaks, Antony 68
O'Brien, James 86
O'Brien, Mike 95
O'Brien, Terry 90
Olson, Eldon 86
Packer, Jonathan 58
Parker, Allison 78
Parker, Karen 68
Parker, Marc 86
Parker, Mike 95
Parker, Sean 95
Parker, Valerie 95
Parr, Ray 68
Parsons, Brenda 68
Parsons, Carl 78
Partin, Donnell 68
Pazdora, James 79
Pearce, Jodie 95
Peek, Mike 90
Perilli-Minetti, Van 86
Peters, Kevin 90
Peters, Kim 95
Petersen, Lisa 50
Plugrath, Peter 68
Pierani, Melinda 68
Pike, Damon 19, 28, 29, 50, 58
Pike, Robert 50, 58
Post, Karen 79
Post, Tracy 50
Potter, Cathy 18, 79
Potter, Williamm 69, 108, 109
Powers, Lisa 91
Prather, Pamela 50, 58
Pritchett, Brian 91
Proctor, Roger 95
Proctor, Sheila 79
Puillandre, Annelise 86
Ramsey, Darlene 95
Range, Sandra 91
Redman, Robert 86
Reid, Dana Michele 69
Reid, Greg 16, 58, 104, 107
Ribble, Christina 29, 69, 158
Ribble, Kenneth 91
Ribble, Timothy 79
Richards, Nancy 73, 79
Richards, Susan 69, 73, 123
Ricketson, Karen 91
Ricketson, Kathleen 91, 102
Ricketson, Kristina 95
Riddle, Debbie Jo 14, 50, 58, 60
Rideout, William QJRJ 79
Rinehart, Evangelin 95
Rinehart, Paul 86
Rochester, Tammy 86
Rodgers, Lisa 79
Rondiak, Peter 91
Ross, Briann 91
Roth, Cheryl 95
Ruebling, Steven 79
Rush, Ronald 79
Russell, Carol 69
Russell, Robert 91
Salo, Edward 50, 58, 138
Salo, Katrina 95
Salo, Kevin 69
Sandbrink, Scarlet 86
Sanders, Brett 69
Sanders, Monica 86
anner, Robert 91
avkar, Lina 91
cannell, Diarmuid 95
cannell, Mairead 95
carbrough, Ann 69, 158
haeter, Elizabeth 82, 86
chaeter, Juliene 69
chaeter, Stephen 95
hlobohm, Michelle 91
chwannecke, Linda 95
hwenker, Bryan 91
chwenker, Lauri 79
edgwick, Clyde 86
edgwick, Bill 91
illos, Raymond 79
eitert, Kristinn 50
ensabaug, Libby 69
erna, Jett 79, 108
erna, Robin 69
errentino, Martin 50, 59, 104, 106
errentino, Ricky 104
errentino, Tamitha 95
haler, Lisa 79, 124, 165
haler, Lori 86
haler, Mike 69
hambeck, Brooke 86
hambeck, Clark 59, 108, 130
hane, John 86
haw, Simuel 159
herlock, Martha 79
herlock, Vanessa 91
herlock, Wilbur 95
hipe, Britta 86
huter, Kelli 51, 59, 158, 165
huter, Kristen 79
imonet, Andrew 51
impson, Brian 95
impson, Jett 18, 69
ims, Bruno 18, 19, 59, 60, 166
ims, Michel 51, 59, 104, 105
ims, Sonia 69
kwirut, Dawn 95
mith, Barry 86
Smith, Corrine 86
Smith, David 69
Smith, Jerris 86
Smith, Kenneth 95
Smith, Timothy 79
Snipes, Steven 69, 124, 125
Sorters, Jett 95
Southerland, Ronald 86
Spencer, Joel 69
Spencer, Kerry 86
Stanley, Kelly 95
Stanley, Maria 95
Steen, Thomas 86
Steiner, Irene 96
Stibor, Tracy 69, 1 08
Stillman, Kevin 69
Stillman, Mark 91
Stipe, Samuel 87
Stipe, Sandy 51 , 59
Stock, Tanya 87
Stokes, Larry 51 , 59
Strebel, Eric 96
Strehmel, Sonja 96
Sullivan, Erin 91
Sullivan, James 96
Summerville, James 69
Summerville, Mike 87
Sweatt, Claudia 91
Szakacs, David 87
Szeredy, Christine 91
Tattarelli, Richard 69
Taylor, Jenniter 80
Taylor, Mathew 96
Taylor, Trent 91
Teike, Milissa 96
Thomas, Autumn 96
Thomas, Hyong 96
Thomas, Jung 87
Thompson, Michele 96
Thompson, Richmond 96
Thorn, Anna 80
Thorpe, Ernest 69
Tomlinson, Jettrey 91
Toth, Eva 96
Toth, Jacqueline 91
Trammell, Carmen 87
Treiber, Marie 87
Ullian, Richard 96
Underwood, Barbara 51, 59, 166
Van Gorder, Lisa 69, 73
Van Gorder, Peggy 91
Van Wormer, Terranc 96
Van Wormer, Tim 96
Vega, Debra 51 , 59, 110
Vega, Mari 82, 87
Vigar, Barry 87
Vinckier, Angela 82, 165
Vinckier, Heidi 80
Vinson, Douglas 91
Vos, Shannon 87
Voss, Roland 59
Voss, Saskia 87
Vreeswiik, Marian 87
Waggoner, Jett 51 , 104
Warren, Kathleen 52
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Weeks, Claudia 80
Weidner, Kathy 69
Welte, Kathy 91
Welte, Kay 80, 123, 137
West, Deidra 97
West, Keith 91
West, Lisa 92
Westenburg, Ellen 70, 165
Wetherell, Rene 69, 160
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White, Alexander 97
Wiedmann, Erik 87, 124
Wiedmann, Heidi 92
Wildes, Teresa 97
Williams, Mathew 92
Willie, Clarence 97
Wilson, Hye-suk 80
Winstead, Sabrina 97
Withers, Jenniter 97
Wilhrow, Joseph 69, 160
Woodmansee, Karen 80, 124
Woodmansee, Trey 92
Woodrum, William 87
Woods, Marci 80, 123
Woods, Terri 52, 59
Woods, Timothy 97
Woodson, Janice 110
Woodson, William 87
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Zacharias, Beth 87
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Zick, Edward 70, 108
Zick, Michael 92
Zimmerman, Tina 87, 158
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Acknowledgements are due to:
the office aids
and secretaries .............,..,................... a constant source of information and typewriters.
my pa rents ................ for their assistance during rough times and dependable "24-hour taxi service. "
Jim, my 7th grade brother .............,.,................,.....,. for his company during deadlines.
Tony Baretta, Laura Baker,
Mike Harrington, Joel Spenser,
Ed Sabo, Mr. Frese, Dad,
Connie Hocker, and Joe Flannery ..,............. for donating the product of their picture taking expertise.
Dr. Apkarian. for his technique in handling our slight disagreements and for finding the staff accommodations.
Coach Washington ..................................... for emptying that room of its sports baggage.
Mrs. Sokoloff .............,.................,......................... a person I could count on.
Mr. Bishop ............................... for donating development supplies when we were desperate.
the Librarians . . for their kind consideration in lending the staff a room despite the hectic atmosphere on both
Ranger four unlisted staff memberj . . . .............. for his succor and good moral support.
Mitch and Andy ................. .... f or the loss of innocence which one never retrieves.
any other of the numerous
and generous contributors .... . . . who helped make this first year a success.
Putting together a profitable yearbook was a phenomenal task this year. Being in a new school, it seemed like
everything was against us. I feel though, that this book should be dedicated to Mr. Johnston, our advisor, as
without the valuable time, effort, guidance, and support he provided me with, this collection of memories, den
Andenken, would not have been possible.
Susan M. Kester
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