Alexander M Patch American High School - Andenken Yearbook (Stuttgart, Germany)

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Q f QM ei M W , N ee fieef , ,Q Ax E W im ., 3' K5 e F W e, k, ii- Q OW ez-W le nf' 1-r-fx"-.Mr-af' igfxlei 4 3, K A 50x84 Nvvaas fx Q. fun, laughter, and friendship. UVM? ' QUV VA X QU5 AL,'Lffx1Cf6 x xv Q w1 S k 1,1x ? ULJLJLDQ K Ubi? 5 b11 ' U W X U5 51 jfxfx Ty 39V -K. m , CMVCM' UU . J ,fn Afkjli NX 361355 N Q C: W w'1'W 1Xij i"X FX!1,L,SgV L X fvyx CX- L : 3 QM X' I Xf Nr X F: fWrl,XcL,f' K A' "K, N , do ,pcjv LM., X , 1 PCM' QD, L-'fQ ,vk'q5 N 5 N Q V QQ-, ,1 Q vb' . Q' - fin J --51. , X ' ,ff 'Q -, R mn xxcfxx QW tiki N -X 1 s 1 L '1- 1 s , I ' so 1 V --', Kf , S QP ,af 1 5 , ff f-N. ,X QQ s Rfb x- -Q I N S. X N x 517 XJL D if-x -47 .J x I , X kr sk-5 gf Ng mf, XX 4. F Q X, f, 5 , .1 XJ' 4. Another year has passed and with it a small portion of our lives. The times we have spent with friends, at dances, through sports, and in school activities are now only memories in the pages of scrap- books. Considering this has only been our second year at Patch American High School, our school has become known for the high quality of its students, superb athletic abilities and overall school spirit. TIME has been one thing we all have valued this past year. It was valued because the school year passed so quicklyg we had to rush to get things done. As time progressed- this past year, our school par- ticipated in many new experiencesg such as, the Social Studies' Depart- ment trip to the King Tut exhibition in Munich and the College Day. Time passes and we, as individuals, have changed and matured with it. Our school year may have ended with success, but time moves on and we are moving with it. ,i QJN c ,AM 5 X ' X, I X -e fi " f f gr -N is Q7 ff l if N 'N X04 -if TX S-5 W of if R 3 f'Tk ,,-w JEXAN , X ' Q X , XXX 6 Z5 n -X 'Q .. r .f X at if A -5:1 " I .32 IX r-Ls - A gs T ff- .. 9 , r' kms. I 5 d 'tv' xx ' W .a , ' X r i 2 i Q ' L' N5 Q5Q ,,,,., 1. Linda Harper and Debi Koons show their school spirit for 50's Day. 2. Underclassmen march to the pep rally. 3. The after-school life starts with a wave goodbye to a friend. 4. On Caligula Day, the seniors show their superiori- ty. 5. Julia Hicks, Vanna Lehrer, and Lauren Shaffer con- template the tough life of a seventh grader. 6. Flothenburg field trip. Q asset QGQC fret .Qt 'llif f 5 41 lvgaig , ,i+:fg 1 "1 W' X - .ih i f w f va - ""' ,gig 5 'T . K. .,w, - L ' 5 'ji 5 ' 55 K .. vs ..,, : ' E? -f-J SENIORS 17 UNDERCLASSMEN 33 SPORTS 83 ADMINIS TRA TION 1 10 CLUBS 116 SPECIAL EVENTS 142 ADS 165 9 vw JVM Q if ' 1 ,gf ff' 5,5 1 W 'L V, -., " ji -. , rw-'-y-.- . - IWW . 1 'r"- ' . ,,,,,.,,,,Lv., agsmf- , W. A , TRAXEL K v 5 1 YW ,, ' , .,1..,4m,lAM ir 5 A Fx fx-fx. vioi-'x , 451+ .f-,,. , Q' - wg- . bf? : ,Q M .xi .nrxzkxflvr ' .A f .Q ii Kas k W' ,4 , 3 EEXL A77 1' , 99:- .ffixfg A if l- X "'--Q-...Q W' W "Q I 'J 'wmv 3 qw. mmm l E .ig YQ - Q .-.... . gus- p' 1:5 A 2 ,pru- dnigaqv QW" a E' vo.- 'fr 'Qty 4 .. vm at ..-:N ,K X N K-io, Q . 4 1 - . . ' V- A' L Q -'ol wr - i f V- 411 - . E, 'fe-X N..Ms-A Q-mwmivm 1. -, , XXSKN 4:33 ' in 5 tn. .im E, X-e t . '-----....,,,. N -., 'Nm 1. Who said Charlie Chaplin was dead? 2. Kevin Mauldin and company get a piece of the rock, 3. The first step into school is always the hardest. 4. Ron Doyle shows that it's never too early to learn a trade. 5. Liz Alvarez lthe mad scientistl strikes again. 6. David Gorka wonders if that's all there is to lunch. Another Another of life and Another year the Another year one of those someg the beginning for box stuffed with all those friend- and sorrows, and so many ships, and loves, year just with sunset on the horizon. yearbooks stacked in the corner, to add. . more love, more good times, us could ever imagine. not far!! ' WL f V WW, aww 1 . - A ' t ' ' , ' 'af .JA . ,ip W 45 SENIOHS .T --,5 3?lff '. ' 2 X? ,V , kv , X 8 Senior Faces The arrival of the 1981 Seniors epitomized the high standards of P.A.H.S. With spirit, friendliness, and an overall comradeship evident in only the most distinguished classes, this year's seniors made their final year their best. Lasting friendships were made at the year's start. All the times of being a Senior were preserved in memories forever. Now, at the top, the time is theirs. ' lllr .r I alll I f I lllaif I ,ir '--1'-m....Q. fills:-v I LIIIBHI I fllllisi I fu'llln""' I fllllll : g!"F-.12 I I PM "v"v'f'M--pr 5 fe P2 l Q .1 .,,,"'i 3 Seniors Just Beginning SPONSOR - Mrs. Franks ld . . ' Senior Class Officers Lisa Van Gorder, Mike Shaler, Jenny Boettcher, Dave Snyder, Amanda Hargest, Liz Alvarez, Matt Dickson, and Lori Myers. s'-Q 'l S9I'lfOI' Class COUFICH Tracey Moats, Robert Brown, Linda Harper, Tom Bu- jakowski, and Bobby Mayhew. I QAIZJH .Milf .XJAEIZ .Mll'l'lll?f0lZ .szefly Mill? 26llllJ.Mpll6l' -mr, 1 I lanr- A R J ZHHIEXAHH yy.MIZJOIl jileffy .MAMII .fylllle .glider we Jager .MZ .Jazmgroaf gory .MFCAQHBJJEP .xdgdorz .!6Aul' .!6'1'.4f1'n Amare! 6491111 .Effie gyfe MHJHMAGJ Kgarlfd 5491164 2 'D ' W i 55 i I K A + . 5 A ' 1 - 1 A . I 5 " ww ig li . . er I. . . 2 ' A 1 if .f H 3 V, , 5 M M A f 'mix 1 , 1 A ' ,,,.. my A . k i 'b X 1' x "1 ' ki-'if t 4 X QQ , . . e 2 . . 'Hii ff H fiij, Q,-' VT w 544 5w,,4 Jawa Jcffww zm,fW,4 W M44 J WMM, M41 WWA! Jfgmn J mf gy,fWff,f fe, WW! jlmmz' mfgr jlomad Wfir Jace? mah l jun! mid! vlan' mem -21 czolzneffparfirz .glddll HC4l1l'Jl .gglzdagaugi Wkiaef 77az'! gfzagefg MPWOUJ :Donna panger .final M1104 Elle pfglgrufg drz'Jf1ha WHMXZJJWOFA .jczfin ,QA .firm ,ggargrougl me Hair Jewey ,gimfuon .gglllud ,Sand Zwyfffl 52 5, JD 5,4 y 53, 5,34 J 521 5 my fgzw gfwgaf yfffz www, 1? am ff Qwmf 5? WJ ,NZM SENIORS J X, Z - 4-A .-. 1. Tracey Moats - Isn't education fun! 2. Donnell Partin enjoy- ing a dance. 3. Anne Hunter - I love football! 4. Just Doug Whalen after another day. 5. Kelly Meehan - a victim of the speaker. 6. Mike Nail in "Junie Moon." 7. Our new cheerleaders - Kev, To, Mi, and Jo. 8. Bet you thought we forgot you, Ruthie. l .gzuffer .525 .sgniord warg CfZ5u,1mgfm J-mmf ollfllilglfff UAW WZGMA, .Sign-J YZAM YZMW, ELA Maxx .SZMAW ZW .Snifl joe ZMfAm,U 6 'Aw an ., V I 42 3 5 gf' I3 ,V ,4lb, X I8 These People ? sg ,eu See page 32 Lg ei be . x eK . if ,fx s 1 Hi ' 1 - -.11 ., 5 bl e kb w Xf . e Q x E . 3 NX is D D x f- I' wwmbx Nr' 2l P E 3 an 191' -Al' 1-47 26 27 'ru' X S 9 x 30 I 3l J X BESTP SO SENIOR LITY 9 MOST LIKEL Y TO SUCCEED -4 ww BEST LOOKING L A' BEST DRESSED C dyB .42 yM G gK STARS GEST FL CLASS OLOWN M h C v OSTA MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT D S yd kEd Anne Field T hris L ons Maria cAhron Jo n Burrows - .. Reney B Mar Lori Myers ave n er TH Seniors in Action! D .W Agn- BABY PICTURES: 1. Anne Hunter. 2. Michael Brown. 3. Jenny Boettcher. 4. Lori Myers. 5. Tracy Stibor. 6. Doug Whalen. 7. Donna Parker. 8. Tom Bujakowski. 9. Steve Snipes. 10. Matt Dickson. 1. Lisa Mentzer and Steve Manspeaker. 12. Chris Dewar. 13. Sheri Henri. 14. Susan Richards. 15. Christina Ribble. 16. Donnell Partin. 17. Libby Sensabaugh. 18. Barb Coder. 19. Kevin Berman. 20. Beth Foss. 21. Amanda Hargest. 22. Maria McAhron. 23. Chris Lyons. 24. John Burrows. 25. Cindy Brousseau. 26. Stuart Venzke. 27. Clare and Jean McCarthy. 28. Mike Bell. 29. Tracey Moats. 30. George Kirchgaesser. 31. David Hepner. s laws 'T x re Q JJ!-B 45,5 fm 'ff mf WJ f-7 Ns 1 'Xa-. QA! -wil: -1 ,. 55,1 i we Aixx JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 7. Julie Franks - Corresponding Secretary 1. Robert Atkins - Class Represent- ative 9. Denyse Forte - Vice President 3. Nancy Richards - PTSA Repre- sentative 4. Liz Cox - Recording Secretary 6. Kathy Leinen - Vice President 2. Ron Rush - President 8. Denise Berman - Treasurer 5. Kim Constant- Historian The Junior Class has been very active this year. With numerous class meet- ings, they organized several different money raising projects in order to acquire money for the Prom, includ- ing bar-b-ques, bake sales, and bag- ging at the commissary. With numer- ous other class achievements, the Junior Class had a highly successful year under the leadership of Mr. Hands and Ms. Duncan. ii Ron Rush on his way to the Jr, class presidency. 34 use 1 L-as x, , Q sig is .ip . ,Q Kas Y X' 9 N , Q X E '- i Q, .,.. .,' The enthusiastic Tom Skahan at an outdoor pep rally. . X YA T 'S t A , t.tt.,. as X S Q R 'N 'i 4s 9 2 X ax xx AS luv i F sf-K 32?-fa 2 A, 9 x Dana Akins Char Amend Janet Andrew Robert Atkins Ann Bachelor Bill Baker Michael Barkley Natasha Beckett Elizabeth Bell Kevin Bendele Denise Berman Rodney Berry Dennis Birdwell Ruth Boettcher Viola Boettcher Kenny Bohannon Donna Booher Lisa Brooks J. B. Brown Monica Brown Patricia Brown Phil Bujakowski Katherine Burke Perditta Butler Dave Caceres Heather Cady Christin Centofanti Tamara Cohen Alonza Collins Kim Constant Kelly Cosgrove Elizabeth Cox John Cree Justina Crosby Reba Cypher Debbie Devries David Dickson Susan Fairman Richard Flores 5 QQ Q""N-Q.. ,s ---..., 1 f' Kim Constant and Kathy Leinen build up their biceps. v X w X . , X K Axifff 'N- ik , s F Q5 .l Y Qi .J,a,ff - x X RQ' 6 f' Y x ft A J' Bi X fx 'Cx Q w in . nf' Qqt T Not Pictured Bernie Costello Michael Molten Mararet Fuller William Rideout Robert Manning Valerie Vann Todd Forbes Bill Fordham Denyse Forte Julie Franks Kenneth Frost Kenly Gardner Lisa Garner Melanie Garner John Gaudelli Jane Glass Denise Green Herbert Green Michael Hanko David Hanks Lisa Hanks 5 1 Fl! t ki 'i X ,Q 5. tggqerg 38 Not bad in these days of inflation! Greg Jensen Alex Johnston Ken Johnston Ronda Jones Bryan Jordan Earl Kelton Scott King Ronald King Debi Koons Cassie Ledford T. of David Harris Donna Harris Sharon Harris Kathryn Hauth Beth Heffernan Christina Hicks Jean Hobson Peter Hodgson Tess Horigan .. . ,,..... Qt' H - g ,B S S L ... 3 A, 1 WJ. A fe of f tr tx tii J X W W fe f ,ts its We N iii L. I-t XQRL N4 Awww- MX up-uf -surf, Another exciting Jr. class meeting. , A it it 'M ' i s - Q. . ' ' K - , vs V x,,, l Kathleen Leighton Kathy Leinen Thomas Lightfoot Darrell Lynch Joe Martinez Jean McCarthy Robert McDaniel Esther McDonald Mike Meisenhelter r 3,,,fg'1.L..-V-nf "" -J Tamara Cohen and Reba Cypher await the bus to Nellingen. ff5RRVT Tina Crosby shows her spirit on 50's day Terrance Miller Paula Milton Whitney Moats Nanette Murray Sharon Myers Mike Nauielis Richard Newman Patricia Norwood Tanju Oguz Frank Orians mr QEV 'lf-vs.,... Bridget Pearson Antonio Penas Peder Pederson Karon Post Susan Preston Sheila Proctor Timothy Ribble Nancy Richards Steven Rubling Johnny Robinson Lisa Rodgers Ronald Rush Michelle Schnurbusch Ellen Schwannecke Nettie Scott Raymond Sedillos Kristin Shuter Lisa Shaler Martha Sherlock ,, K 'J v Vx .mi , I i s Al'la 2 Q aiii , r.r S ssls 1 , if LA ,K j l .MW -+....i nv' 'K an Thomas Skahan Kathleen Smith Matt Smith Holly Spencer Petra Spencer Michael Steele David Taylor Frank Trammell Phil Walker Michael Ward Claudia Weeks Amy Weldy Kay Welte Jennifer Wickens Roll Winter Alice Wolfe Teresa Warden Donna Zyla ' THROUGH Catherine Burke shows the meansing of job satisfaction. Liz Cox and Debi Koons show off the winning Jr. class banner. ffwnrcflf Herbie Green is light on his feet as usual Wm ,I-Lx., 'iff' H John Cree contemplates the unknown. SOPHOMORES L, TRAXE 0 . .-------M M xf UQ The Sophomore Class ia a "class by itself." The year was filled with many interesting events, with early attention being focused on the homecoming float. Next, a raffle provided not only funds for the sophomores, but also many memorable gifts for the participants. Continuing into the spring, the sophomores had a spirited Fasching party, followed closely by a jelly bean contest. Thus, the Class of '83 proved to be a "class by itself." EIGHTY THREE A CLASS -aluminum r t 9 'YA Xx ., . AME-1 -. QMS A ' X S Q1 X A sk Lisa Atkins Paul Aldridge Gina Alexander Henry Alvarez Angie Amend Lawrence Anderson Chantel Arevalo Matt Bader Ted Bartig Keith Baxter Wesley Becton Robin Bernosky Brian Bilberry Diane Birdwell Dondi Bishop Chris Bridgeman Bridget Brown Lauren Brown Tom Brunner Mary Burns Anita Buzick Mark Caftey Janice Cantu Angie Charpentier Mike Charpentier Angela Cleveland dm, tj. ..,. 1 S Qs- 1, ,W ? K , M"'g,A..t P' SF' Rs 9 I 4 If X 6 x QW-V S Y " 1' J- - 'fx vw D x K 1 I Ron Guaiadro Patrick Hannigan Leigh Ann Harper Shawn Harrl Traci Hartsell Fred Hendricks Nancy Hilden Debbie Hodgson Sherry Hodgkins Lauri Hope Nancy Hunt Carol Johnson Larry Jordan Chris Jones Sheela Joshi Heide Kambrod Alanna Keating Tracy Kimmel Bob Kohut Rebecca Leber Marvia Lehman Mary Beth Leinen Tuner Lequar , Ad G QW-H -FWS Chris Lynch Rick Mayhew Shannon McCraith George McDonald Sanna McNealy David McNicholas George Millard Haywood Miller Rosie Miller Kevin Mirise Jeanne Morin Valerie Mullins Marla Mundis Donald Murray Sigrid Nelson Kathy Nichols Lori Overlield Laura Pavolic Regina Pearson Van Perelli-Minetti Michele Picard Annelise Puillandre Paul Rinhart Renee Riddle Tammy Rochester Debbie Rockwell Kay Ryberg Donald Rymer Monica Sanders Annette Schmidt Robert Scott Clyde Sedgwick Lori Shaler Brooke Shambeck Jack Shane Britta Shipe E .T li. Uefltlcau -1 Cmm X -A l M Y' . v. m S, ' f ,V vw 5 I S if it nf .. 1 4, is L- -y i N,gE, . - R ,, an , we wt, " 'eq X f 4 ' , , , ,- vt 1., L "r ?..x S Clit tix i. T-?"i iS"i39Q' 5' IV eeeeM-ewg x gpg 5 X Q A Z"' ik X X, . -S 'm tg fl ,of Barry Smith Corinne Smith Kerry Spencer Mike Spisak Scott Stipe Tanya Stock Mike Summerville April Sundberg Mike Swartz Thomas Jung Dawn Tichenor Steve Fujimoto Carmen Tramell Jin Tremain Maria Trieber Mariolein Van der Meulen Mari Vega Shannon Vos Saskia Voss Ivy Watson Jeff Wheelan James Willet Erik Weidman Margaret Williams Regina Winter Robert Wolfe Fred Woodrum Sherry Young Beth Zacharias Afl we ,, Q 'Unu- '-E' iq! nv Y wgwwa l A 'nw ,gsm ' ua s,,41.. I fngff' FRESHIVIEN iw, ..? i i fx ' F QV .. R' 1 1 Q .3 ' Q A 3'-1' 1 ,..f CLASS OF EIGHTY FOUR 'E ff' ff , I .5 .9 , A-' 4 B ,.,l 1 N 3 x"' r 'rg ',. f' l A A- 'I' r ff -111, Q' Jar.-nf I .JE J: 1,1 . , X 156, F Q fl ! . 'QA ' -'Q , W'f6?Q j, ,,- if Deborah Allen . 4 ,ra ' ' James Armstrong Matthew Bendele Mark Berman Shane Bertish Andrew Boettcher Patty Boyle Kevin Atkins Edna Bailey Barbara Ballard Chris Beman Shannon Brierly Bevlyn Brousseau Kirsten Brunner Lynette Buckreis Anita Burch Clifton Burnette William Burns Chris Bush John Carter Susan Cassell Thaina Chaitha Suzanne Cleveland Charles Coder Otis Coley Christopher Conley Gayla Corcoran Mary Costello Windy Darden John Davis Kristin Devine Susan Devries Sherry Dixon Lori Dubose Carol Dydynski Victor Ellis Lisa Ellison Natalie Eppley Carolyn Farmer Stephanie Finch Christina Fischer Linda Flores Steve Foss Michael Fraser Mary Ann Fujimoto Charlene Frese Timothy Gangloff .f- -' t if Christina Garner Thomas Garner Kenneth Gardner Cheryl Goeble David Gorka Jackie Graham Eric Graves Sapine Green Yolands Green Kenneth Gregory Patricia Guajardo Mark Guenther Misty Hargest Robert Hays Pamela Hefley if... a l .,..t-. Melisa Komarek Stephen Kukta I YW www fi: Michael Kauffman Marjorie Kimmett Jimmy King Maureen Henry Kelly Higgins Jerry Holloway Edward Horican Cindy Hunt Larisa Jachmann Alicia Johnson Donna Johnston Benee Justice Jordana Katz W .,4!' X ya.. ' 9 ,JA Susan Lightfoot Lisa Long Carolyn Lynch Timothy Marquart Steve Mauldin Paul McCarthy John McRay Camella Meisenhelter Porschia Meadows Maricia Miquelon fix Carmen Lapointe Rita Lehmann Frank Leischner Joseph Leininger Dan Lewis FRESHIVIEN Katherine Montalvo Terry Moore Cheryl Myers Michael Neidhardl Yolands Nelson Nadja Newman Patricia Norris Richard Norris Jennifer 0'Conner Lloyd Oxendine Erin Pavlovic Kimberly Pelch Marta Pe nas Lisa Powers CLASS OF 84 Pamela Preston Chad Ramthun Sandry Range Kenneth Ribble Kathleen Ricketson Jeffrey Robinson Frank Ryder Robert Sanner -.....l Kristine Stair Michael Stehling Maryanne Stevens Claudia Sweatt Christine Szerdy James Taylor Patricia Thomas Jeffery Tomlinson Jackie Toth Y . , . , 1., .. C. K, A f mv .' x Lila Lisa West Heidi Wiedmann Susan Wickens Matthew Williams Mick Worden Jennifer Wyatt Peggy Van Gorder Pari Velardo Robert Verhees Kathy Welte SHUTTER SHY FRESHIVIEN Lillian Belardo Mary Costello Josvvph Fuller Mike Guthrie Glenn Richardson Michael Robison Mark Stillman Samantha Wheat Q r ,pb-+ lr ull .yfiwe you more flair J can Jay ffm!!! O Jw ,l,,,21f,,ff,,,,,, J,.,,,,,wf,,,,, AW. we llllnlllli jme can Jay nofling, Auf .Y fodfyou do,- Fdllfulleyggu J WGIIH if you Arrow. Ay .fduean WM u. W Mmm -ta .. - , www-any 1- 9 t ,iq Y' H 9 1. sf-gs. is gun mil! Eginning . . The Freshman class of '84 greeted the new year with an out- standing outlook. Starting the year with two profitable bake sales, the Freshmen maintained thelr spirit during Homecoming week. Their float placed second in the Homecoming parade. Over all, the Freshmen had a successful year, even though they had a rough start getting through the initiations. ... E59 'FS . ' 'S ' MXN S:s1..t'i" ,x2J e t .,,,M, ., rf , . -1 -ep. . Qgz E-AE? 1 ,Mia-1 if V , M Oo O9 .vii gl! if Gaul' V un, ' lllrluz 'lljyzr 0 g I ,.:lr' , - 0 'f - lvl" z 24. 6,- Q., wwf, HV! '-'Q 'ill' Q 1,1 U v all ul " SH. avi. L I , as I fr EIGHTH GRADE ' A Q ,Q -,-W A , L. fu, , , b drwj Y M' --f . , f. Y im , b . '1 X ' , . X, s K C. . 5 I I An- X L, lf. , V- X- ,Nik A. i ' ' Q V gg A .1 , Q ' .LWQQQ if f N M I W fy V I n 'A . H K M Q ' . ,A A W an J. La, X I, ' . . in N S s ,, " 1 ' gg, f,,f ! . 'wi .. it I A" l Q 1 A if 'vs' ' I f ', . Af . I ' Fl I - r A,-" , W x. 0" , f 1, , 1 ,. on . ' ' v I : ' .. , , , ,'...' , W ,, 2 1 . ,4 , aw - - fl 1 '-"'..Z"" I au' i , iii :QW . A X. xi X , ! ' ,, , 32 pn' I 4 -5' 4' 1 ' 2 . , iz. ' U I ,i lm QL. f' f R ,, - WD ' xxx ZQ 4'wJ gm RW: wi-" ' ' i ,L '.- 4,, I . ' ,A . 1' Q A I 0 f A' 4 ' ' Q QR I M N. The light-footed 8th graders success- fully survived another year of harass- ment initiated by the graduates of 1981. United the classes of 85 and 86 partici- pated throughout the year in activities previously reserved for upperclassmen. With the superb guidance of Ms. Burch- field, the mighty 8th graders displayed their overwhelming spirit while winning the Homecoming float competition. Several school dances, the school ban- ner, and other supply sales earned con- siderable profit forthe class of 85. Class moral was boosted under the leadership of its fine class officers. Truly this year sends the class of 85 off feeling that they are destined to become the great- est class in the history of Patch Ameri- can High School!!! Eighth grade officers: Representative - Michael Downey, Hist. - Rochelle Wolfe, V.P. M Maria Stanley,Pres. - Tracey Knox. B? Ng, xy - kim C t fr h' t X X F is X t EK N X -X rr - s 'K e is K f A .:. .3 X105 t ff' K X fan X ,f 5 fi Joan Alvarez Donald Bachelor Ann Bailey Natali Baird Sandra Baxter Victor Beach Susanne Beatty Mary Behil Christopher Boone John Boyle Paula Browne Edward Bushard Clarence Church Amy Collins Michael Cook Kevin Dearing Richard Dewar Regina Dixon Michael Downey Robert Dydynski Robert Eggum Michelle Fero Matthew Forbes Wendy Fordham Andrew Franks Jennifer Gangloff Scott Goodwin Karen Gorka David Gray Edward Gray Suseen Guthrie Joanna Hadley Deborah Hall Barbie Harper Anna Harris Mark Harris Elaine Heffernan Diana Hepner Susan Higgins Derrick Hinojos , . -1-we ' 'J' was Eighth graders enjoy the election 'rf X8 ?""-f Scotty Young and a friend find that two heads are better than One. i A ,f. ........... , eg ' s E 'Zinn Carole Hobson Audrey Holbrook Bronwin Jacobs Guido Jager Matthew Jaworski Ed Johnson Thomas Johnston Stephanie Jones Ryanne Kelton Kelly Kiggins Tracey Knox Heidi Komarek Michael Koons Renela Krasauskas Deborah Lambert Tracy Lawrence Wendy Leinen Thomas Lindenau Stephen Lizewski Tisha London Robert Lorenz Colbert Lynch Mark Magee Kathleen Manning Robyn Manspeaker John Mark Stephanie McAhron Robert McDonald Richard McNealy Kathleen Meehan Jeffrey Mentzer Paul Mika Jonda Miller James Milton Stephanie Mitchell Veronica Mullins Terry Murrell Richard Nail Ronald Nauielis Etgar Nerrenberg Elizabeth Newman Donna Norris Michael 0'Brian Suzanne Parker Jodie Pearce Ronald Potts Roger Proctor Darlene Ramsey Kenneth Richardson 'lay 1.,, WPS Xi A . .sf . ,.A., ,Amex N E 5' aw- A erik, 45 Eighth graders mingle in the halls between classes 1' s lie ,i 'ls 'fe' 'gt 'Q fs Darlene Ramsey and Natali Baird walk home for lunch. Kristina Ricketson Evangeline Rinehart Cheryl Roth Sandra Rydberg Katrina Salo Diamuid Scannell Mairead Scannell Michael Schmidt Linda Schwannecke Carrie Scott Wilbur Sherlock Brian Simpson Dawn Skwirut Kenneth Smith Jeff Sorters Kelly Stanley Maria Stanley Eric Strebel Sonja Strehmel .Few Xrf if A 59 I .idx X da 3..- fl N--x-'l'G'+"' E 'T X William Swyers Matthew Taylor Melissa Teike Hyong Thomas Shantell Thompson Eva Toth Thomas Johnston boogies to the beat. Sharon Venzke Michael Vogelzang Clarence Willie Rochelle Wolfe Scotty Young Not Pictured Brenda Faust Elizabeth Hanko Patrick Hartley James Johnson Monica Means f A is for gyda-4-00" W-J Led by Kenny Richardson, the eighth graders challenge the thers. i ,wmv X! SEVENTH GRADE !'?3?' V Q CLASS OFFlCEFiS: Standing from left to right, Kevin Keating, President, Sean Pike, Corresponding Secretary, Kelly Harris, Record: taryg Lisa Marquart, Vice Presidentg Seated, Nicole Gaedecke, Treasurer, Crista Swyers, PTSA Representative, David Cox, Class tive, Tom Dean, Historian. WN: Linda Liter, Miss Burns. The school year started off with the seventh grade as the newest class but this fact was soon disregarded as the year progressed. Officers to represent their class were elected and they did an outstanding job in office, with Miss Burch- field as their advisor. The entire class kept up spirit throughout the year as seen by their superb performances at pep rallies and games. Working together with the eighth grade they took first place with their homecoming float. The class of '86 participated in several field trips: King Tut exhibition, the Kristkindlmarkt, and a castle tour. Ji' A typical 7th grade class, 38... I Miss Burchfield, class advisor, encourages class spirit. Cherry Acker Eddie Amend Daniel Bader Charles Baker Vicent Behil Yvonne Benfield Christin Bertocchi Scott Bohannon Todd Bohannon Darryl Booher Carla Brazell Michael Brooks Steve Burnette Kevin Butler Christopher Carter Timothy Castleman Victoria Conwell Barbara Cook Andrew Cork David Cox Paul Crites-Ingram Brian Davenport David Dean Douglas Dewar Jacquelian Dismore Adrian Dixon Ronald Doyle Darren Dubose James Dunkle Bill Dyer Leslis Easter Nichole Gaedecke Thomas Gardner Marianne Gaudelli Kimberly Gauthier Katherine Genn Dena Gray Kathryn Hannigan Patricia Hardee Kelly Harris Timothy Harrison Michele Hays Rick Hefley Julia Hicks Charles Higgins Geri Hogan Jenifer Jagielske Kevin Keating ,WSE 'N W I ' Li.y:'h U1 'X CC Smile! Seventh Grade enthusiasm L. J. ,, . W Ngwa. is-I K-XVWQTKBV YJ ,N 0 Lk . 7 Qc ljeikffl A hm" fi-fx KNCAI: XNS Q gfgfcfwr Xkgfg X . Cm an C3L'Mn,i1C5g L 'Of in . 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Q v-' John Sullivan Crista Swyers James Szerely Christina Tait Richelle Teramoto Sherry Thomas Darren Tichenor Douglas Tomlinson Hughie Vidos Matt Walder Trenton Walton Jeffery Weik Diane West Ellen Wickens Trace Williams Lisel Winter Colleen Woods Sean Worden Bryan Zimmerman Thomas Zyla Q in i 6 L2 'm c mm fs... wr'-JF "QM h W MQ whim nv. I . Q1 A y - , . I - I,,, L A ' .h ' M' 'wg ,y y fglm N E sem Top rlght: Morning Burns, a substituie seventh graders. 1,9 a-avr '4 'I 61-uf xhes HE-4--+1 ?isa'h ., .. . ., ,Ass ix - s Al... YPJ f 5 X Q81 non You nu ll na mam, 5000! :na Wig E and xfbon an 2 Q anon 3 sons' mum H cfih ,,,.V'lFl?l5'I3 0000000 SPORTS so ,gun ww W ang QA CC TAKES CHAMPIONSHIPS The cross-country team in keeping up with the old tradition, again showed top performance throughout the sea- son. The season began with a dedicated and enthusiastic group of runners who combined hard work and long hours of training to produce an excellent team. Their accomplishments were not only winning the girls all Ger- many championships but also placing six runners in the European finals in Wuerzburg. During the season Patch won all of their regular meets and hosted the silver south Regionals beating out six other teams to take the title. The top four runners on the girls team proved to be quite a sensation. The quartet, consisting of newcomer Carol Czyz, Jean McCarthy, Karen Ricketson and Ann Field, were commonly known as "the waIl" because they remained undefeated in the regular season. The guys team led by junior David Caceras placed sixth overall in Germany finals. Caseras, Roger Miller and the quartet of girls all made it to the European finals, and all came in the top ten. U95 www- .1 l My S ,J , mf gi, g, 'I . . 32'- qr, ' , -, -,, .. f " I K.. W - we A--t -4 , :gym , 4, -' -1-. . , J sw- M ' L-W ,"r 'A ,' ar A-lv.. X d7?21 - ... ' My f 2 . U ...Q Q.. .E ,,... ' A 'fi S 4 84 -W 'T'-'J 7 - .1 SX' 1, K ks X . L 141, . V ff 9-M. 'A K.v,Q'-XY! L ' K R' "Ni . HEX xl .mx Q ' gf N Q ,fl .,, 2 . .vs ' i W 'f' I'f-Q aj 3 4f1qSy , K 1 X is- ' I 5' in R I A I . "xx1f.sQ f 'w fa 1,1 Q , .QL , X M Q L g 1 O. N Agylxxi WV y 1 The girls cross country team members First Row K RICKBISOD C Hicks J McCarthy D DeVries Second Row C Czyz J Franks H Kambrod A Field C McCarthy D Leber ManagerJ Boettcher Coach Zahn xXN'4MA wilt Q. First Flow: J. Dunkle, J. Dunkle, K. Cosgrove, R. Rush, B. Baker, M. Smith. Second Row: R. Miller, H. Alveras, D. Caseras, J. Spencer, B. Dunkle, M. Brown, K. Mirise. Third Row: M. Sherlock fManageri, Coach Zahn, C. Lyons, J. Deese, Mr. Dunkle. i . . ' . , .t it U ...xv K K , J a ,. an Y , ' ' . .. I . Q 5 . 'A if gf. 4 K ' r 'rs-s ' ,W wg ... il 9 ' l k.".:a if 'Nf- Q 4 H 1. And off they go! 2. Matt Smith gives it his all as he gets closer to the finish line. 3. Lone runner Jean McCarthy can relax now that nobody is in sight. 4. Running laps around the track proves to be not so bad, as the girls cross-country team demonstrates. 5. Debbie DeVries and Clare McCarthy look a little nervous as they antici- pate their tough race ahead. 1980-81 PA TCH PANTHERS Q iv Back Row: Coach Bill Brown, Bobby Mayhew, Phil Bujakowski, Mark Edwards, Ed Krasauskas, Kevin Salo, Coach Shane Washington. Middle Row: John Edwards, David Dickson, John Fasching, Joe Martinez, Bill Burke, Mike Swartz. Front Row: Monica Sanders imanageri, Tom Bujakowski, Matt Dickson, Aaron Graves, Elliot Crosby, Kevin Berman, Mike Bell, Anne Hunter lman ageri, John Burrow. HEAD COACH Shane Washington DEFENSIVE COACH Bill Brown OFFENSIVE COACH Ken Dunlap Picture Ava lla ble DEFENSIVE BACKS Bob Williams 5 ,, ' sc, 1 Q ll. .1 " ' A .I ey 56 s A vgvle I A 5 J r ' , v s . i- t in y A ' au u P M . " 4 - D .nw t 'X if 4.', T Q 4 . ,nc Halfback Bobby Mayhew gets outside against Wuerzburg. The 1980-81 Panther's football team had an outstanding season due to the efforts of posi- tive thinking and fine teamwork. The team had an overall won-loss record of 5 wins and 2 losses. This year's offense was one of the highest scoring in all of Europe averaging 30 points per game, while the defense was equally tough: allowing only 15 points per game. Outstanding players this year who were cho- sen to the All-Conference Team were: Kevin Berman, Phil Bujakowski, John Burrow, Mark Edwards, Elliot Crosby, and Mike Swartz. For the first time in the school's history, Patch also landed 2 players on the All-Europe Team: Elliot Crosby and Phil Bujakowski, . W .5,.,,.l .2135-' . M. Elliot Crosby and Coach Washington review the team in Pre-game warm- ups. 'K Kevin Berman picking a hole after receiving a kick-off. , xl Matt Dickson prepares to snap the ball. r. M fu f t A p ' on so ,Q Mark Cattey clearing the way. ..,,,,.g aqnniii Ili! Illl llll Q tv, Elliot Crosby carries the ball while Bobby Mayhew leads the way. """'9!W 52515 The Panthers getting flred up before their scrimmage with Stuttgart. As shown by the scoreboard, the Panthers soundly defeated Wuerzburg. Lori Hope fills a water bottle for the team. Coach Brown gives instructions on the sled. 1 1' .A , 1. A pre-game check 2. The backs come off the field after a hard drive. 3. The team lis- tens to a pep talk. 4. Captains Berman and Bell lead the team to its first victory. 5. Try- ing hard for the first down is Tom Bujakow- ski. 6. Coach Brown rides the sled. 7. The team during halftime with Stuttgart. 8. Phil Bujakowski dives for the T.D. against Augs- burg. 1980-81 J. V. PANTHERS '-M, V K N, f ' . x 1 if iv .J ..l ...Ji .l 1 - tttt . . Back Row: John Robinson, Coach Bill Brown, Scott Stipe, Bucky Jordan, Tim Ribble, Coach Shane Washington. Middle Row: Karen Fisher Qmanagerl, John Edwards, Kevin Salo, Joe Martinez, Mike Dunlap, Lorie Hope fmanagerj. Front Row: Beetle Bailey, David Dickson, Scott King, Blll Fordham, George McDonald, Kevin Bendele, Mary Leinen fmanagerl. Sitting: Aaron Graves. l Coach Washington gives quarterback Joe Martinez some pre-game advice. 92 Beetle Bailey catches a pass against Zweibrucken. . L 1 The J.V. Panthers retreat to their huddle. . K' , vw I t .- , 4.5 k.kk 1 'K + f ' "l'mg.LX gn ' i 4.-.'m:? Washington and Coach Williams look over the team in an early workout. f mt., . f f tt-neun-'qv -eq-ali'-nina .. 1' x sl. 1' Joe Martinez takes some pre-game snaps from center David Dickson. Managers Lorie Hope, Monica Sanders, and Leinen look skeptical as the game progresses. .s 1'--.f'v'ig2.4-.us nd The coaches discuss the team after a practice. Left to right: Beth Zacharias, Brooke Shambeck, Mary Vega, Mrs. Zahn, Cheryl Goeble, Lauren Brown, Patches and Bev Brousseau. 2. Cheryl Goeble cheers her team on. 3. J.V. Cheerleaders coming off the field. 4. Brooke Shambeck and Beth Zacharias cheering for victory. CHEERLEADERS Loyalty to their teams and the ability to work together enabled the J.V. Cheerleaders to give the athletes the best possible support. Besides their regularly scheduled games, the J.V. Cheerleaders participated in pep rallies, pompom and button sales and hall locker decorations. Led by Mrs. Zahn the J.V. Cheerleaders kept up the spirit for the J.V. football team for an impressive season. Promoting continuous spirit throughout the season was the purpose of the Football Cheerleaders. The dedication of the Cheer- leaders have resulted in great support at ath- letic events and even greater promotion of school spirit, which is so necessary for a good school. The cheerleaders, led by Mrs. Zahn, cheered in pep rallies, and in games in all kinds of weather. They held a dance and organized a spirit week. The Varsity Cheer- leaders were determined and eager and showed their support with smiles and great cheers. 1. Varsity Cheerleaders lead a cheer. 2. Three cheerleaders accomplish leaning in unison. 3. Libby Sensabaugh gets a chill. PERF ORM Varsity Cheerleaders are from top down: Linda Harper, Lori Myers, Ruth Boettcher, Shelia Downy, Libby Sensabaugh and Karen VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 1 f f :---sw .-zzsghs, -i A gf .. . 2 .. 'rlfigi D' ,noni VIVO ' I .5 W. Kha- The Panthers 1980 Varsity Volleyball team ended the second year with a record of 4 wins and 6 losses. To top it off, the team came ln 7th place out of 14 teams in the Class "B" Flnal Competition at Baden-Baden. Confidence, Splrit, and Teamwork on the courts was a high polnt with the team this year. Thanks for that goes to Coach Carol Heffernan and Train- ers George Torres and Larry Hlnkle. Overall, it was a good year for the varsity team and certainly quite an improvement over last year's record. The team was continuously Improv- ing throughout the season and plans to be even better next year. Team members for Varsity were: tleft to rlghtl Manager - i Q Nancy Hunt, Fleney Burns, Lisa Gardner, Mlchele Plcardl ' Coach - Carol Heffernan, Claudia Sweatt, Denise Berman - capt., Manager - Lisa Brooks, Manager - Lelghann Harper, Shannon McCralth, Marla Mundls, Valerie Mulllns, Kay Welte and Manager - Bridgette Brown. 1. Volleyball team stretches with pleasure of course, before game. 2. Kay Welte and Marla Mundis jump to block a tip from Augsburg. 3. Team player, coach and managers. 4. Team is set and ready for Kay's set. 5. Spikers Valerie Mul- lins, Fleney Burns and Marla Mundis wait for Shannon McCraith's set. 6. OK, try to Listenl 7. Pose for picture dur- ing the out. 8. Players wait for serve. 9. We are all dressed up . . . see??? Volleyball team at pep rally. Q 'Sis' 5 -lug J. V. VOLLEYBALL The Junior Varsity Volleyball team did very well this sea- son with a 6-win, 3-loss record. Although they did not have as much support as the varsity team, they obviously pulled thru with a winning record. The J.V. team was spirited throughout the whole season, always giving the varsity a lot of support during thel if games, which deserves many thanks - THANK-YOU ,fa t J.v.m M M" ' A ' This team never feared to walk out on a court and to d their best. Coaches Bob Blackman and Betty Harpe believed that the 80 season was a successful one for th team, defeating almost everyone they played. 1' All together, the Varsity team enjoyed practicing an cheering for the J.V. team. Both teams are proud to b "Patch Panther Volleyball Players". O Team consists of tfrom left to rightj Barb Coder, Ellen Westen-burg, Nancy Hllden, Mary Burns, Shannon Vos, Britta Shipe, Jennifer O'Conner, and Denyse Forte. ---4Y------ --- 1. Kathy Welle sets while team members await for next hit. 2. Team picture. 3. Shannon Vos' backbump to spikers. 4. Hey, we lust won again!!! 5. Volleyball players at the pep rally. J. V. VOLLEY- BALL lSi?'1! MEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL The Men's Varsity basketball team was very strong this season. Although many of the players had never played together before, hard workouts at lunch and after school quickly molded the team into a successful group. This year's team was one of the tallest in the conference yet was also one of the fastest. The varsity Panthers had 3 scrim- mages, 2 of which they won, to prepare them for their regu- lar season play. Once into the regular season play, the Panthers made all their hard work pay off. Most people will agree that this year's team was alot more. successful over- all than last year's. I ' S f ' 1 A -T- 100 N MEN'S J. V. BASKETBALL Keeping up the tradition left by last year's team, the Men's J.V. basketball team had another excellent season. Coached by Bill Brown, the team pounced over their oppo- nents. The team's major strengths were quickness in the guard positions and excel- lent rebounding under the boards. This year's J.V. team was also very versatile in that they could succeed with any combination of play- ers at any time. MENIS VARSITY MEN'S JUNIOR VARSITY Bad Kreuznach Bad Kreuznach Zweibrucken Zweibrucken Baumholder Baumholder Berlin Berlin Baumholder Bad Kreuznach Zweibrucken Berlin Berlin Berlun Berhn Baumholder Baumholder Bad Krueznach Bad Krueznach Zwelbrucken Zwelbrucken N x N WWW WOMEN S VARSITY W EQ! SJ!! 9 WNWWWRN g 'iq X WXSKYSSXQW X Berlm Berlin Baumholder Bad Krueznach Zwelbrucken Q QNNMQHQ ia Q SNWW Q XNNNVN XS N2-wkwwx ' :g'3i"4 J I , , W 3 ' Q L XM. - " :pf fix A - Wf-ww?-xi-Qwmxmewssrsisxsw X A Q ' ff Q - . x f Q :ii - A I 1 . L A X. - ' - A A Q xg x , A A A A 5 Q, x Y . .. X x was si 3 x Sv, Q X X K K mm.. X V " L .- 61 - ae . 25 - 26 53 as , 26 s 12 , 48 47 - 20 3 35 ao u 15 1 39 28 . - 13 ' 53 29 ' Q' 49 28 K gxiw X? K - I K A. ii 5 - 'Q- Q' . QV 1 ,a,.,,, . ws 104 1 .L l 5 r t . .L l WOMEN'S J. V. BASKETBALL The Women's J.V. basketball team found themselves in a very tough Silver South Con- ference with league games against last year's Class B champion, Zweibrucken, a strong Munich team, and teams from Wuerzburg and Augsburg as well. Although many of the team's players had never played together before, hard work, hustle, and a common desire to win helped these girls to an excel- lent season. The team hopes to be equally strong and successful next season, also, as many players are expected to return. ,if g .Sie K 5, 'Ns WOMENS VARSITY BASKETBALL The Women's Varsity basketball team sur- prised alot of their opponents this year with their good teamwork and hustle. This year's team was blessed with height and a lot of speed and also had some very good outside shooters. Like the other Patch teams, they had to overcome the problem of inexperi- ence. Another problem they faced was that of ball-handling. However, with their hustle and excellent defensive play, these small weak- nesses were overshadowed. All team pictures will follow in the Spring supplement. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS ,,....-..-..f- . , i! Directly from Patch American High School, for basketball sea- son and full of bright and shiny spirit, the basketball cheerlead- ers of 1981 were a tremendous success. Starting off the season with try- outs particularly for spirited and talented basketball fans, was a fine idea. Some true winners were picked. These excited eight girls boosted the ego's of fans and players throughout the season. Whether seniors, jun- iors, or sophomores, the 1981 basketball cheerleaders were full of spirit and pride! ' a SHELIA DOWNY LIBBY SENSABAUG TESS HOFIIGAN Q .... . X! SUZANNE CLEVELAND HOLLY KAMBROD SUSIE CASTLE SHARON HARRIS ...:..t...-.. i . I i - - t t . . ' .E J.. ,,.. 7. .1 I .,I,.....a i. ..,.?,..i ,. . -.....' ..r.... WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS nfl I LORI SHALER ANNE FIELD MONICA BROWN LINDA HARPER nc: MRS. ZAHN - - :lndu- The 1981 Wrestling Cheerleaders had to live up to certain expectations since this was the first year Patch has ever had Wrestling Cheerleaders. Cheering on a wrestling season full of happiness and pride were one sophomore, one junior, and two seniors. The cheerleaders this year set traditions for the cheer- leaders to follow. They introduced the 'Spirit Can' at a pep rally early in the year, and they wrote a constitution of rules for future spirit spreaders. How can they help but be terrific when they have such a spirited coach as Mrs. Zahn? As a former cheer- leader, Mrs. Sherry Zahn knew what she was doing coaching our cheerleaders. PA TCH WRESTLING 81 Row lzileft to rightl L. Harper, C. Lynch, O. Coley, S. Cosgrove, E Weidmann J Cree S Snipes D Koons Row 2: L. Shaler, R. Scott, J. Brown, C. Lynch, M. Bendele, Ft. Rush M Meisenhelter Fi Leber Row 3: M.Brown, D. Alexander, M. Berman, J. Hobson, M.Shaler S Stipe K Bendele A Hunter Row 4: A. Feild, B. Fordom, C. Lynch, M. Bell, P. Pflugrath, K. Berman C Franks L Shaler Row 5: Coach Martinek, E. Crosby, R. Brown, J. Guadelli, Coach Braylark The Panther "81" wrestling team had an outstanding season. With the help of three fantastic coaches, Mrs. Braylark, Coach Martinek and Lou, the Panthers had a winning season. Since there were many underclassmen on this years squad, we hope next year's team will be just as good. And to the gradu- ating Seniors, we wish luck for future success! T' HEADED FOR VIC ,1- TOF1' Y ,B E 5.25 H' if 4--, I, Xi ft'-M-a,r, .fi 'f as '4 .N B agen:-1 h A , rw A Je 1 , 1' ! F' . ,ilk -4' Z' - A f,.. t W6 sk Mara WE'F1'E W1 I- 6 x --""""'f" ffl ,....i Y' I .......,.-..-0 1 . f f , ' ff ,L-t T Captains Steve Bayne and Liz Cox take a dive. all PA TCH PIBA NHAS Don't Just Blow Bubbles Willpower, interest, and bold determination is what kept the Patch Piranhas together through their season. The Piranhas, though short of a head coach, received plenty of help from Betty Harper and Lt. Col. Meehan. They always performed to their greatest potential. With an abundance of new talent, the Piran- has made a strong charge at their opponents. Following numerous meets, the team came out with not only some wins, but also experi- ence to show for their hard work. Though their first meet of the season was cancelled due to snow, the team showed a great deal of enthusiasm and spirit. The Patch, Piranhas won their first meet 263 to 144 against Hahn. Captains Steve Bayne and Elizabeth Cox both agreed that the team did an outstanding job during the season. Top Row: R. Wetherell, R. Gaetz, P. Brown, J. Armstrong, M. Henry, K. Welte, S. Bayne, R. Atkins, K. Atkins. Middle Row: M. Brown, P. Ftosswork, B. Sanders, L. Long, J. Wickens, J. McCarthy, K. Meehan, K. Pelch, A. Harris, K. Fiosswork. Bottom Row: K. B. Ledford, K. Gothier, K. Hannigan, B. Harper, S. Nelson, T. Hartsell, S. McFlaith, L. Coz, B. Swyers. Ni E 'Q fi 1- A I I Q .9 mmam ADMINISTRA TION AND FACUL TY 5: ix NN? 'XPQ ADMINIS THA TION Most Accomplishments described as being "great" have been the result of hard dedicated work by those who have previously set goals and held to them. A "great" school doesn't just happen, it results from many hours of hard work, sacrifice, and commitment. Patch has been blessed with administrators, staff, and students alike who have set as their goal: PAHS as fl 1. Leading us in our efforts have been three who are concerned about the academic, civic, and cul- tural development of the students. Their work has shown an unself- ish dedication of time and patience for the benefit of the students. Demonstrating his capabilities as an administrator, Dr. K. Gregory Apkarian has brought PAHS from the planning stage to the actuality in only two years. With a distinguished background in education including degrees from the Universities of Rl., Conn., Stockholm, and Southern California, Dr. Apkarian began his administrative career in Wiesbaden, Germany. Among his credits are several publi- cations. Second in command is Dr. Jane A. Ware. As Deputy Principal she has the awesome task of overall school discipline, scheduling, and special programs. Raised and educated in Washington, D.C., Dr. Ware came to Patch after completing three years as Assistant Prin- cipal at Heidleburg Middle School. As Educational Program Manager for Patch, Betty Sokoloff has coordinated and organized many school functions, one of these being the PTSA Leadership Conference. Mrs. Sokoloff can be seen daily in the halls, in the cafeteria, or in the classrooms. She is truly a concerned administrator whose background includes the teaching of English, Speech, Drama and Humanities. Before coming to Patch she was the Educational Program Manager at Stuttgart High School. Dr. K. Gregory Apkarian Dr. Jane A. Ware Mrs. Betty J. Sokoloff Mr. Terry Abel, Counselor Ms. Louise Begandy, Careers, CWEP Mrs. Mary Carol Borries, Learning Disabilities Julie Bottorff, English Mr. Terry Brandt, Counselor Mrs. Alfredia Braylark, Mathematics Mr. John Brunner, English Ms. Jane Burchfield, Home Economics Ms. Marilyn Coleman, English Ms. Marcia Dawson, Chorus! Band Mr. Werner Dobner, Foreign Languages, German Ms. Roberta Domachowski, Librarian Ms. Winnie Duncan, Science ww as tissi Wm xx XV L Mr John Francois World Hlstory Mrs Carolyn Franks Engllsh Mr Rlchard Frese Jr Hugh Soc St Ms Jeanme Fry French Mr Jack Goldman JROTC Mrs Vrctorla Green Scrence Mr Carl Hale Mathematics Mr Robert Hanks Scrence Mr Jeff Haven Geography Mrs Carol Heffernan Physucal Education Mr Jam Heffernan American History Mrs Sandy Katz English Mr Robert Markanan lndustrlal Arts Mr Richard MCFaII Sclence Ms Ann McKenzie Cosmetology Mr John Munette English Mrs Helga Muller German Mrs Martha Ladnuer Science , , .. I Q. 1 ,., ,A 1 ,,, '., ' L :',..H-Qf..,..4 ! ,, . , ,,,. ,. . . . , .V aj- :LAY 4 I Aigglyv? Ms. Lavette Mullinix, American Government Ms Januce Parker Business Mr John Ftelslnger Mathematncs Mrs Rosemary Relslnger German Engllsh Ms Juamta Rnvers Jr Hugh Soclal Studles Mr Clifford Smith Science Ms Sandy Spuller Nurse Teen Involvement Mr Wlllnam Thomas r Mr Robert Valer Mathematucs Mrs Nancy Waldron English Mr Shane Washington Physical Education Mr Jam Zahn Mathematics Mrs Sherry Zahn Mathematics ln! "ls 'UIC' hs -'Q nd '7 Mrs. Carol Rose, Supply Mrs. Ellen Sweeney, Administration Secretary 'RNS - fl Q I Mrs. Jane Bone, Admin. Secretary Mrs. Betty Hale, Teachers Aide Mrs. Sally Holloway, Admin. Secretary Mrs. Maureen Hanks LRC Aide Mr. Carey Hill, Engineer Mrs. Diane Lyons, Guidance Secretary Ms. Sandy Miquelon, Supply Mrs. Sue Quijano, Teacher's Aide .11 ORGANIZA TIUNS NHS is a difficult organization to get into because you must have maintained a mini- mum G.P.A. of 3.5 beginning with your Fresh- men year. Then, the school faculty votes on a basis of Leadership, Character, and partici- pation in school activities. NHS does many things for the community. This year they sup- ported a foster child. They prepare and pres- ent the Awards Ceremony in the Spring and help out as ushers during Graduation cermo- nies. Marti Ladnier, NHS Sponsor, says this of the elite group: "l've really enjoyed work- ing with them. They're great." NHS Members: 1st Row: il to rl Perdita But- ler, Tim Ribble, Holly Kambrod, Debbie Devries. 2nd Row: Kathy Lienen, Tina Ribble, Steve Bayne, Liz Cox, Joe Martinez, Tammy Cohen. 3rd Row: Donnell Partin, Charles Lynch, Lisa Shaler, Julie Franks. 4th Row: Marti Ladnier, Barb Coder, Ann Scarborough, Tracey Moats, Liz Alvarez, Denise Forte, Anne Field. 5th Row: Mark Edwards, Rhonda Bales, Robert Atkins, Robert Brown. WJ-LS, a Mnci Cplzapfer Ms. Marti Ladnier NHS Officers: tl to rl Rhonda Bales - President, Debbie NHS Advisor DeVries - Secretary, Liz Cox - Vice Pres., Kathy Lienen - Treasurer. 1 19 BAND - It was a busy year for the Patch High School Bands. The ConcertfMarch- ing Band performed at football games, Winterfest, Neuhausen Fasching Parade, basketball games, our 24-hour Playathon, Spring concert, Graduation, and our Spring Tour to England. The Cadet, Intermediate, and Beginning Bands joined in with in-class concerts, a winter PTSA concert, the Playathon, a spring concert, and basketball pep band. It was a year of fun, hard work, and lots of music. CHORUS - In the hope of raising money for new choral robes, the Concert choir and the Harmony Express made several appearances during the school year. These include Winterfest and Spring Concert, Chapel services and dinners, Christmas Caroling, club Iuncheons, battalion Christ- mas parties, Spring festival, and Gradua- tion. The new black and gold robes will add even more excitement to the perform- ances. -.Xi .. I Marcia Dawson - Director 120 1980-81 PA TCH MARCHING Back Row: Flon King, Ron Rush, Elaine Heffernan, Jeff Tomlinson, Matt Tim DePrey, John Dunkel, Kevin Atkins, Barbie Harper, Matt Jaworsky, Ellis, Matt Dickson, Marcia Dawson lDirectorl. Third Row: Henry Alvarez, Kay Welte, Johnny Robinson, Michael Nall, Mari veg Frank Leischner, Barry Smith, Chris Berman, Jerry Deese, Jim Finch, Hollis Mol ris, Chris Conley, Beth Zacharias, Paul Mika, Clarence Willie, Jeff Mentzer. Second Flow: Roger Proctor, Brian Simpson, Sean Pike, Kevin Dearing, Kevl Pelch, Kathy Flicketson, Heidi Komarek, Kathy Pelch, Perdita Butler, Davl BAND CONCERT H 4 ' ff jj 1 Mann Court Gorka, Kelly Kiggins, Etgar Nerenberg, Mary Beth Heffernan, Viola Boettcher, Paul Rinehart, Mike Robison, Porcshia Meadows, Ken Smith, Kristi Ricketson. First Row: Tracy Lawrence, Stephanie McAhron, Donna Zyla, Heidi Weidmann, eidi Schmid, Lori DuBose, Pamela Hefley, Ann Scarbrough, Tracy Knox, Kara Natasha Beckett, Denise Berman, Cammie Meisenhelter, Lina Savkar, Cassei, Stephanie Finch, Melissa Teik. Ruth Dean, Michael Meisenhelter, Michael Hanko - Drum Majors. Q1 5 ei Mike Meisenhelter Major Ruth Dean Major Mike Hanko Major Beginning Band: Top Row: James Dunkle, Steve Kutka, Trenton Walton, Chris Boone, Michael Schmidt, Scar- lett Bertish, Jeff Weik. Third Row: Ed Amend, Sean Norris, Mike Summerville, Clarence Church, Bill Burns, Stephen Preston, Marcia Dawson - Director. Second Row: Thana Chaitha, Daniel Nixon, Roger Proctor, Kevin Salo, Dan Bader, Margaret Williams, Richard Norris. Front Row: Carl Schaefer, Christina Tait, Patty Boyle, Lilians Belardo, Scott Higgins. Intermediate Band: Back Row: Rob Eggum, Karel Butler, James Szeredy, Andy Justice, Sandra Ceglar, Craig Salo, Bill Dyer, Steven Burnette, Todd Stibor, Peter Murray, Michael Conwell, Alex Sedilles, Jimmy Dean, Annette Nerenberg, Marcia Dawson - Director. Second Row: Paul Crites, Corinne Boettcher, Eddie Roark, Kathy Dollar, Mark Martineck, Tammy Stibor, Evie Rinehart, Wendy Myers, Melissa Mauldin, Chrissy Higgins, Tina Stout, Beth Devries, Emily Stauffer. First Row: Kary Kiggins, Beth Atkins, Jennifer Hilliard, Kim Hartsell, Katrina Salo, Victor Beach, Lisa Long, Tim Castleman, Karen Lake, Susan Pitt, Sheri Harrison, Roxanne Eggum. Cadet Band: Back Row: Bob Wolf, David Tomlinson, Ed Johnson, Ken Gregory, Lonnie Collins, Richard Nail, Sean Worden, Kevin Keating, Marcia Dawson - Director. Second Row: Michael Kaufmann, David Cox, Doug Robinson, Rick Skinner, Suzanne Beatty, Rita Lehman, Michelle Fero. First Row: Patrick Heffernan, Anna Harris, Christa Swyers, Victoria Conwell, Kelly Harris, Carla Brazell, Jenni- fer Schmid, Ken Ribble. Concert Chorus: Back Row: Kirsten Brunner, Heidi Kambrod, Libby Sensabaugh, Holly Kambrod, Kristen Komarek, Stephanie Mitchell, Nettle Scott, Nanette Murray, Rochelle Wolfe, Bronwin Jacobs. Second Row: Michael Hanks - accompanist, Shannon Brierly, Sandra Range, Wendy Darden, Lori Overfield, Debbie Hall, April Sundberg - accompanist, Marcia Dawson - Director. First Row: Yvonne Bentleld, Kathy Manning, Chris Castleman, Jo Jo Katz, Ronda Jones, Robyn Manspeaker, Julie Petersen, Beth Hanks, Wendy Lelnen, Wendy Fordham. v.-.TW---- ---v- -Y STUDENT GOVERNMENT. . . the link between the students and the school. The Student Government under the supervi- sion of Mr. Markarian decided to become a more service oriented activity, rather than social. Several activities that they did this year were the student orientation on the first day of school, tours of the schooi for visiting German students, helping the PTSA with the Youth leadership conference held here at Patch, and working on many grievances pro- posed by students. ' 'i 4 I 5 ' I avgtaasnq-gwwafsf-,Nw st A .1 .. W.. .. U: 1ffs.vfSNQIimhm-as WWW, ' , ,X J, N X 1 'X was x ' ikbfs ' " . Nam su 1. Student Government Officers: Ruth Boettcher - Hlst., Nancy Richards - PTSA Rep., Chris Lyons - Vice Pres., Susan Richards - Rec. Sec., Ruth Dean - Treas., Pete Pflugrath - Pres., Darcie Goodwin - Corr. Sec. 2. Chris Lyons introduces candl- dates in the fall elections. 3. Ruth Dean, Marla McAhron and Susan Richards try to come up with ideas for the Leadership conference. 4. Pete Pflugrath and Darcie Good- win get a meeting under way. TEEN INVOLVEMENT Members are: Char Amend John Burrow Tina Crosby Joe Elliot Arron Graves Aaron Green Traci Hartsell Mary Beth Heffernan Eddie Krasauskas Cassie Ledford Mary Leinen Bobby Mayhew Rich Newman Under the guidance of Ms. Sandy Spiller Teen Involvement was taught as a class for the first time this year. The students soon became teachers with classroom visitations to the Elementary School. Subjects discussed included, drugs, alcohol, high school, how to pick friends and other related topics. The class was very successfulg administrators and teachers alike praised the program. At present plans are being made to continue this program. Va Ms. Spiller giving some advice to the class. The class stops to have their picture taken. .L ft ' 1 sg. Tf3Cl Hartsell DYBDBFSS 8 CIHSS DFBSBYTTHUOYI. As H1886 ITISITIDSFS show, U16 C1853 is B lot of fUl'l. CHORUS Top Row: Kirsten Brunner, Heidi Kambrod, Libby Sensabough, Holly Kambrod, Kristen Komerak, Stephanie Mitchell, Nettie Scott, Nanette Murray, Sarina McNealy, Rochelle Wolfe, Bronwin Jacobs. 2nd: Mike Hanko, Shannon Brierley, Sandra Range, Wendy Darden, Lori Overfield, Debbie Hall, April Sandberg, Ms. Dawson. 3rd: Yvonne Benfield, Kathy Manning, Chris Castleman, JoJo Katz, Ronda Jones, Robin Manspealer, Julie Petersen, Beth Hanko, Wendy Leinen, Wendy Fordham. 3 if 6 Tia!-HRS!-F h New 1 Group picture 2 Ms. Dawson 3 3 Here's our chorus!!! HARMONY EXPRESS ...-....-.t-- - .- -- ...I .. .. uu- Top Row: Miss Dawson, Scarlett Bertish, Tracy Moats, Denyse Forte, Rhonda Bales, Mari Vega, Holly Kambrod, Anne McNichoIas Bottom Row: Donnell Partin, Mary Beth Heffernan, Michael Nail. Not Pictured: Matt Bader, Joe Withrow. The Patch Harmony Express Choral Ensemble came out "on key" earning considerable donations for the evergrowing music pro- gram in the school. Under the talented guidance of Miss Dawson, the ensemble kept quite busy throughout the year with perform- ances ranging from N.C.O. and Officers clubs, to church services. The twelve member group practiced on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at lunch. One bass member, Mike Nail, was quoted as saying, "I like singing at lunch, I eat my salami sandwich with 'whoopee' mustard on it, and I can even hit Soprano notes that the girls can't!" This year will lose eight members Iseniorsl of the express, who say its been a great experience for the future. Surely next years group will have their hands full in matching previous appearances of the 1980-81 ensemble. "THE ENTERTAINEF1' Joe Withrow The Model United Nations is into its second year at Patch. The M.U.N. is open to all students who are then selected by competitive exams, research papers, and oral presentations. The number of participants is ten. The students prepare themselves early in the school year to play the role of the United Nations delegates. The "Model" setting of the United Nations General Assembly is at the Hague, The Netherlands. The stu- dents deal with the same issues that are being dealt with at the real U.N. in New York. They must play realistic roles and do so by intensive study of their country's cul- tural economic, and political environment. This year, the Patch M.U.N. represented Japan, which was recently elected to the Security Council as a non-Permanent member. - - " nv 95 N-1-.-,gg Top: Georg Kirchgasser, and Liz Alvarez reacting to news that they will be representing Japan. Middle: MUN Group Left and right: Parliamentary procedure practice and the A General Assembly 1 STC hi N 128 Donna Booher, Denise Picard, and Katrina Salo talk to Mr. Frese fsponsorl about articles for the next issue of the Paw Print. PA W PRINT x.y Picard, and Donna Booher, staff members from left to right: Ryanne Kelton, Katrina Salo, Joanna Hadley, Den- The Paw Print, the official school newspaper, published news of the various activities spon- sored by PAHS. Included in the paper were sports articles, biographical information on new teachers, poetry, and students "say- ings." Under the sponsorship of Mr. Frese, the Paw Print was published several times during the school year and provided interest- ing information for all students and faculty members. 'Qc M., Q' Donna Boher works on an article for the next paper. INTERNATIONAL THESPIANS The newest club at Patch High is the International Thespians drama club. ln fact, it's so new that as of this writing, the Thespians haven't yet received their charter or troop number from the International Thespians Troop Head- quarters. As soon as the member is received, the thespians will hold regular meetings to discuss fun- draisers and possible play productions. Shown in the group picture are the full- fledged charter members of the troop, and behind them, the apprentices. I Whodunit? Charter Membera: Matt Bader, Marl Vega, Anne Mcllicholaa, Marybeth Het- ternan, Donnell Partln, Miko Nall, Marcla Miquelon, Rhonda Balee, Joe Wlth- row. Not Shown: Debbie Allen, Traci Hartaell. Apprenticea: Nancy Richerda, JoJo Katz, Nanette Murray, John Gaudelli, Sheilia Proctor, Doug Whalen, Llna Savkar, Matt Dickson, Roei Miller, Renee Riddle, Ann Scarbrough, Ellen Wea- tenburg, Ryanne Kelton, and Valerie Mulllna. Anyone who worked on a play within the laat two yeara ia alao counted ae an apprentice. COMPUTER CLUB Members enjoy a game of Star Flaiders. This year the Computer Club started off by living up to its name - it had one ATAFll 800 computer. Since many students wanted time on the computer, one wasn't enough. Two more ATARI 800 microcomputers were ordered along with two ATARI 400s, a smaller version of the larger one. The problem now was that the Club needed televisions for the new computers. The members raised money by selling Patch Panther Calendars and allowing other students to play computer games. Although only scheduled to meet every Thursday at lunchtime in room 324, almost every day, before and after school and during lunch, you could find several members work- ing on their programs in the computer room. At the regular meetings, Mr. Fleisinger, the club sponsor, provided instruction in operat- ing and programming the computer, thus providing the incentive for the Club. The Members of the Computer Club: Front: Paul Rimehart, Richard Spencer, Hughie Vicos, Tamara Cohen, Tim Castleman, Michael Fraser. Back Rom Rush Tuner Lequar, Mike Shaler, Joe Spencer, Bryan Zimmerman, Patricia Norwood, Mr. Fleisinger tsponsorl. ARMY JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS I32 DRILL TEAM Back Row: CXSFC Hannigan, CXSFC Thomas, cf PVT Termain, CXPFC Bailey, CfPFC Atkins, of SSG Collins. Front Row: CXSSG Cosgrove, CXCPT Ward, cf CPT Frost, cf 1 L T Orians, of PFC Scott. C O LO R G UA R D of SFC Cosgrove, CXCPT Ward, CXSFC Hannigan, of CPT Frost. Bottom: CXSSG Murray, CXSFC Thomas. Reserve The Patch Junior Officers Training Corps, is a task force attached to the 5HT AJROTC Battalion, Stutt- gart High School. The ROTC program offers a wide range of enjoyable activities, field trips, and can serve as a helpful edge for a military scholarship or a mili- tary career. During the course of the year, the ROTC had a large and busy schedule on tap. Just two of the many field trips that the cadets attended were, one to an avia- tion batallion at Stuttgart Army Air Field where the cadets were given an enlightening tour of the site. The trip was topped by a helicopter flight over the Stutt- gart area. Another to the East German border where the cadets were again given an eye opening tour which answers that so often asked question: "Why are we here in Europe?" The highlight of the ROTC year is the annual military ball. The ball, as always, turned out to be a very enjoyable evening. lt was held at the Patch officers lub. The Patch AJROTC starts heading to a close after the nnual formal inspection, where the cadets are nspected and parade before a general officer. Then he ROTC program, as a whole is looked over by a eam of officers from Washington, D.C. he ROTC program is truly one of Patch High Schools ost active groups! TASK FORCE STAFF: CfLT Orians - S-2 CfMAJ Ward - Task Force Cmdr cl LT Nowwood - S-3 CfCPT B8il9y -- S-4 Drillteam Commander and Company Commander CfCPT Frost showing his talent COMPANY STAFF: cl LT Walter - 2nd PLT LDR ClSFC Murray - 2nd PLT SGT CIMSG Thomas - 3rd PLT LDR clsse Collins - 1 PLT SGT cl MSG Hannigan - 1 PLT LDR P. H. S. PRINT SHOP Only being in the second year of a new school, many clubs and organizations were only in the growing stage. One such club that has grown by leaps and bounds is the P.H.S. Print Shop. With the acquisition of a new off- set machine, the print shop has the ability to do anything a normal print shop can do, including printing newspapers and stationary. The P.H.S. print shop is a non-profit organi- zation whose major projects were the silk- screening of T-shirts and the printing of tick- ets. Under the auspices of advisor Herr Dob- ner and president Joe Withrow, the printing shop had a very prosperous year and laid the foundation for a very solid organization. -sN.mZE?3iir.zi,,,sw:." Q1-s..... ""f H11 'Q Q F sg? LA.. An unidentified student works on the Print Shop's new offset machine. 134 TIME, TICKETS, AND T-SHIRTS xv, Above and below: Herr Dobner and Co. in two stages of the silkscreening of a T- shirt. If V-av-J I I 4 g?X'lAOf'1 lfbi ART CLUB The art club is a group of students who share a common interestg art. They meet at lunch to work on different art projects. Some of the club's activities include' making posters designing bulletin boards and going on field trips The club is under the supervision of sponsor Mr Thomas and president Lisa Mentzer During the year students in Herr Dobner's room took part in activities with German students from a school High and were escorted by American students around the school and visited various classrooms Club members are T Dillon T Chaitte R Mayhew L Mentzer J Edwards K Mauldln L Oxydlne T Wilde Sponsor Mr Thomas K Bax ter C Weeks Fl Comito on Vaihingen. The German students came to Patch f - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - Tl 3 GERMAN AMERICAN ACTIVITIES 'Gi lm gf ,LT E S- ,Q 5 ,,. Q . 'YF ni' aw ...L iffy 5 gs L 5. f .M A e .NJA ' fu f S655 wiv s . C 10 1 Wi 'QIIQM x f '- .al!" -"' SSL gl- STUDENTS ENJOY WORKING OUTSIDE OF CLASSROOM CWEP, Cooperative Work Experience, inspired many students to get out of the classroom and to get to practical education on job sites. Ms. Bogandy, the coordinator of the program, first inquired about the interests of the students. She was then able to place the students at a desired job site. Different job locations included: the dispensary, auto body shop, graphics-reproduction, telephone installation and repair, and the facilities engi- neers. 1 X 2. Q l t N! ' "JK Pl 'x X - -'tiff P BEYOND FAITH AND FUN Beyond, which had been called Young Life, is as popular with the young adults, of this school, as it has ever been. With its new name came new counselors: Dick and Julie Mason, and Missy Johnston. These dedicated people along with a few volunteers from the commu- nity helped promote fun and faith at the meetings. Their connection at school is our own Mr. Brandt. The club meetings, on Thursday nights, are open to 9-12th graders. When kids go to meetings, the only thing that they have to do is to be themselves. They sing songs, from a new song book, play games, have skits, and then at the end of the meetings, one of the counselors gives a chat on faith. The fun which is generated from the club is not just limited to Patch, as they go on trips. The trips are as varied as the club with a retreat in fall, ski trips to Winter, a lock-in in the Spring, and bike trips in Summer. P4 TCH Ei... SPECIAL EVENTS rgucf I wt -L ff 7'mQ:n'ifg-fizfcfiwv T?T:H . M , I -L V f n 1. . I 1 I , x 1 M l iii:-L , I 1 ' Q Tsjf' fi, r - ' 'L N -QA' ' ""-'ffi W Q , , VX V., 'W MYNAVV si l .. V- L l, Q F N WMI THIS HAS BEENA . W N. gd if H l y l F sg E:E:f.:,. Q. S Q ,N by 'sq N- 1 . 5 l lr l 'i.1i::r Ng! il t-NIQEEX 'u -Qi? 'Nl : 9 l -, N Iliihrv Irion We interrupt this yearbook to bring you this special report. Ronald Reagan, by a land- slide, has been elected as President of the United States. Voyager 1 brought back pic- tures of Saturn. ln Hermitage, Pa., a flag flies for each day the 52 hostages have been held in Iran. Millions of fans mourned the death of ex-Beatle John Lennon. The Polish workers successfully challenged the Communist regime. An earthquake devastated southern Italy, killing thousands and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless. That concludes our special report. S IN Nl 141 3' The Cosmetology workshop group who did and modeling year The females gp' if 'N I ff? IIT' sd xwyg "I by ff Nw sf, 1 1 .5 . A44 0 .K K X X HX x 'Y 5 5 xr ' Q X NX' T , - ' ,Ye ',5 l 5 ,A .1 t , of A f f A 4 ,, -C 'X T T4 7 .vNj1'iQiV, 3. 4 8' ' N V ff' if , , 1 Q X l i S P K W T s t . .13 Q S . . r , PQ ,f rf '.. A at " T' P - s -i t. 1 1 os V - . :J S . ' 5 f s I t I ' ' I ClOIh6S Mrs. did a a great almost Exchange and providing clothes production, "they was that " The RB were helpful in to model. Top: Modeling students do find time to goof off. Left: Kathryn Hauth sits patiently as her make-up is put on. Above: Herbie Greene and Nettie Scott walk across the stage modeling their clothes. FASHION SHOW 1980 si? 'W' ,A A is 'sv . K N A 53232.--,,- 1, .N-. .., .r3' 'A .W ...ah '-'wr . .C A .A X111 , L' ask 2 1 -QM S QQ .,- "V,-Q. -' LQ " 1 1-, rf.,-E .M O 7-U. -Q i V- .lflytfif "',W Erik ' t x IX L ' . .H . , ' 17 ' x- 'x l 1" 'Q . I fa 6 ' wi 5 Af A V. . ' lr . it 'lql 1. 'T ,if X . V ps. A X., N . ,Q I ' "-A ii t Wim.. -1-f " fig S- a s .ii 3' U 3. . .' ,. xvo l g'l -L RAIN . . . On the 18th of October, our Home- coming was wet. Amidst the drizzle, was the last minute decoration of floats and the rush to make the parade by ten that morning. Then came the downpour as the floats began to roll. Every class managed to show their spirit with their banners and floats. At Fri- day's pep rally, the iunior class banner showed the most spirit. The judges chose the 7th and 8th grade float as the best, with the seniors and sophomores taking 2nd and 3rd respectively. The game began at 11:30, put- ting our Patch Panthers against the Ansbach Cougars. In the rain, mud, and lime our play- ers managed to shut-out the Cougars by the score of 38 to 0. The band put on a wonderful halftime show as they plodded in formation through the mud. Then came the moment we all were waiting for, the court was introduced. lt was announced Mike Bell and Cindy Brousseau were chosen King and Queen. At 8:00 o'clock that night it was still raining as the dance started. However, the Panther spirit was never dampened. OOHWOH IW SN .t A LJ ! X I f ,f ,W 5 ,, f . , , ,:,eg,,f, K, , " ,rs f ' - NX? f ' ' 2 -Wx ,,,i. ,, k7v'Qfjggg -5 4 i ,, .iwfw-V, f 'efwfz-f.x7,:,:1,w, H1--,.,f f ms-. 'i1zQ3H?M,, W ,4ss:::,,5. 1 ., fJf.a1,,,:-- , ' f 4 A - -:,:,' ' W4fw,,,-,fm-Q,wi Y va, -,ww ' . ff: - iw' 1, Aim 'HN 11- f -Q 1, ,' z.- vb 5.3 "' . , A -- Sinf- , f Q . 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Daily, and hourly you can see people standing at the windows watching our ducks: three Manda- rins, two Australian Black ducks. Hopefully we will be blessed with ducklings in the spring! The HDUCKS i 2 - XP .. gy Ye T H' it if X.: 'rd f. 4 , f-qxgrf-Q. it '-ij" A , Q .'i4'N-'fif'-g."4'?,, S. ta-g et he 'gk-l'4"4.. A X Q---Q 1' QQ' 015' BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club, sponsored by Mr. Hanks, began early in December, 1980. The club brought together students who were inter- ested in biology and other forms of science. There were twenty members involved in dis- secting sharks, culturing fungi, and studying protozoans. To raise money, the Biology Club sold pretzels during the ten-minute break and lunch. One of their projects included the ducks that now live in Victoria Falls. 149 l FIELD TRIPS Cheylene Keating on the train to Rothenburg. An aerial view of the city. 150 'nv Here we come, walking down the street . . . A 'R Patch students enjoy the "High Life" of Rothenburg Germany. 'wgzssf-sf s W ' V JSM, ,., The wall surrounding the city of Ftothenburg. l King Tut's golden mask. The Selket at the King Tut exhibit in Munchen. Photo: Margaret Busing. Printed in Germany. This year our school has been able to partici- pate in many field trips. On October 8, 1980 the students in the German classes went by train to Ftothenburg. This trip, like all trips was fun for the students as well as being edu- cational. Field trips give the student a chance to see the country and the many different customs that represent Germany. The school was fortunate in being able to go to the King Tut exhibit in Munchen. Over 400 students participated in this activity spon- sored by the social studies dept. Not to be outdone by the S.S. dept., the science dept. had their own field trip to the University of Stuttgart's zoology dept. The junior high went to the Christmasmart in Stuttgart. The Falken-Pektoral at the exhibit in Munchen. . I 'Mi It L.. Junior high students at the Christmasmart in Stuttgart. :ll On Nov. 7, 8, and 9, Patch High School presented Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon, a three act play. The play, billed as "a very unusual love story", was a huge success. Very few people in the audience had dry eyes. The cast and crew worked hard to put on such a good show. Their efforts started in October, with tryouts. A lot of talented people showed up, making it hard for Mrs. Katz, the director, to pick the cast. As Mrs. Katz said, "lf my entire cast were to PCS tomorrow, I could recast the play with equally talented people." The cast rehearsed in Mrs. Katz's classroom from seven to nine after school while the crew built the sets. The actors and crew ironed out all problems, and Patch was treated to a show that touched everyone who saw or worked on it. TELL ME THAT YOU LUVE ME, JUNIE MGON CAST Junie Moon - Mari Vega Arthur - Matt Bader Warren - Mike Nail Minnie - Paula Milton Dr. Kirkland - Robert Manning Miss Holt - Janet Dean Miss Qxford - Ann Scarbrough John Goren - Joseph Withrow Marilyn - Marybeth Heffernan Sidney Wyner - Doug Whalen Gregory - Nanette Murray Mario - John Gaudelli Voices - K. Gregory Apkarian, Rhonda Bales, Julie Bottorff, Robert Manning, Anne McNichoIas, Betty Jane Sokoloff Mascots - Debbie Allen, Marcia Miquelon 154 DANCES ADD TO THE... In spite of all the trouble getting DJs and equipment, the school dances proved to be successful. The PTSA started off the school year with the "Back to School Dance" with the help of Student Government. The Christmas Dance sponsored by the Juniors kept everyone in the holiday spirits. The 7th and 8th grad- ers stayed up past their bedtime for their 1981 Back to School Dance in January. The money raised by the dances helped the various sponsors make the second year at Patch be a SMASHING success. Joe Martinez gets into the "romantic" scene. Even Munchkins can dance! Angela Cleveland enjoys herself. Like always, SENIORS checking out the scene. .N Animal House . . You put your right foot in . . . Micheal Koons shows how its done. "NlGHTLIFE" OF PA TCH NOITIU CAZONCIJ College Day This year's College Day was very successful due to the careful planning of Mr. Abel, Mr. Brandt, Mr. Minette and the Home Ec depart- ment. Students from Patch, Stuttgart, Bam- berg, Wiesbaden and Munich attended the ECIS tour. Admissions officers representing over 30 colleges and universities provided Juniors and Seniors the valuable opportunity to learn more firsthand about the entire col- lege process. Students benefited greatly from the college guidance, many making important college decisions. Maria McAhron puzzles over the many college decisions which lie ahead. A bird's eye view of College Day. Bob Dunkle and Ruth Dean consider Bard College in their hunt for colleges. Career Day The Career Day, organized by Ms. Begandy, allowed students the chance to speak with representatives from various careers. Speak- ers offered information about career qualifi- cations, job opportunities, salaries and work experiences. Students chose from over 20 career areas, including Engineering, Medi- cine, and Law. Political SciencefForeign Service, represented by Mr. Francis, was very popular, as well as Psychology, represented by Dr. Sandra Rosswork. We thank the pro- fessionals for their valuable time and con- gratulate Ms. Begandy for a successful pro- gram. SGT. Trevino and LTC Frost explain the finer points of Club Management. Denise Greene and Dave Dixon listen ln on an intense discussion ,,,,,,,,,4t....--.-4 "iq-5 Dixon and Kristin Komarek after a tough Career Day. Earl Kelton and Anna Penas contemplate the career of Mass Communications. Come away with me and we'II live happily for ever. Dan Bader shows that even a 7th grader can make something. ,yi As long as nobody's watching . . . I'm ready. ., VII be ready for action as soon as I can sharpen this. fr K X 1...- i ""-hug imgr, fvx 150 ggw., 553-Yi W I" 'lk W W X unmanne- M""0nmm-fv- .,,- E61-53' ,,.-- 16 4 2 A A LEININGER CLASS CLASS 58 GOOD GUYS P T of 80 DAVE LEININGER of Congra tula ting the Class of 1981 U.S. CASUAL WEAR 32 Bach Strasse Stuttgart-Vaihingen tNear Patch Barracksy Tel. 10711, 735-1667 knits, M sportswear The Best in Coordinated Bleyle Knits Sportswear Slacks - Jackets - Skirts Made Exclusively for U. S. Export iExcep tional Pricesj Proof of Excellence No other company has made so many rings for the number GNES' Your Class Rnng us a WINNER Balfour Many Thanks to . 52nd Signal Batallion Duncan Donuts The Van Gorder Family Lynne Forbes Cdr. and Mrs. James Welte The Caribbean Club Richard E. Bayne Ken Johnston Barbara L. Snith Ms. Louise L. Begandy Ltc. and Mrs. Walter Berry Major and Mrs. Robert Dinning Col. and Mrs. Thomas P. Dickson Ltc. and Mrs. Grover E. Snipes Dean Funny Farm Larry and Donna McCraith Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Johnie Forte, Jr. Mr. Valer Darrell Lynch Ms. Janice N. Parker The Keating Family Ltc. and Mrs. D. V. Shuler The Burnette Family Ltc. and Mrs. Charles Pflugrath Family Capt. and Mrs. R. Eggum Lavette Mullinix Marcia "Cush" Dawson Ltc. and Mrs. James D. Picard Family Edith and Ernie Wetherell The Hawes Family Roey and John Ltc. and Mrs. D. Richards and Family Ltc. and Mrs. 0. W. Riddle Renee Riddle Col. and Mrs. Richard 0. Proctor Charles and Barbra Meisenhelter 8. Family Christina Hicks Mr. D. C. McCarthy Mrs. Betty Ewing Charles and Linda Martinek Ltc. and Mrs. Ronald Cypher Mai. and Mrs. Hayward Roberts The Bell Family Dorothy and John Lequar Col. and Mrs. Joseph Cenlofanti F. B. Ricketson The Boettcher Family RADM and Mrs. Lawrence Layman Mai. Gen. E. A. Chauarrie Mai. Gen. and Mrs. B. B. Forsman Capt. A. D. Sesow, USN Col. and Mrs. W. E. Saeggins The Fishers Betty Sokolofl Mr. and Mrs. John M. Reisinger Llc. and Mrs. Charles A. Lynch Jim and Sherry Zahn MaryBeth and Elaine Heffernan Ltc. and Mrs. Thomas Edwards Ellen and George Burns Ltc. and Mrs. D. A. Camia Wanda and Bob Purdon Garry and Marily Beal Fay Bishop Ltc. and Mrs. James Arnestad The Brown Family Carolyn Franks Bell and Peg Hefley Col. and Mrs. J. D. Dewar Cdr. and Mrs. William Smith and Family Llc. and Mrs. Wayne Snyder Ltc. and Mrs. R. L. Beckett Col. and Mrs. Louis Pellini Ltc. and Mrs. Robert Brown The Bairds Ltc. and Mrs. John C. Dinsmore Ellen Jane Ltc. and Bruno C Nana ..... Diane Col. and The Col. and Werner The Jay Ltc. John L. Jane A. Capt. and Col. and Col. ' MGen. Robert Col. and and Kohut . A Venzke .... Alexander ........... Leber .... Braylark ......... ......Best Wishes to the Class ot"81". ....Good luck to all Juniors and Seniors. ....Nice job Sue and Nancy. Love, Sally. .......................StayHeaIthyl ................FuIlSteamAheadl! .................Complimentsl ................,..........................GoodLuckKeIlyandLisa! ....Bruno Sims representing the Alumni, Congratulates the Class of"81". .................................CongratulationsSusan,LoveNana. . . . . .Best Wishes to the Super Class of "81." ......................GoodLuckStuart! . . . . . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . . .Congratulations Seniors! . . . . . . . . . . . .Congratulations to the Seniors of "81." . . . . .Allen Seniors Meinen herzlichen Gluckwunsch. .......................CongratuIationsSeniorsl . .............. Congratulations Seniorsl .......................................TotheCIassof"81,"AlwaysSmiIel to the Class of "81." impossible a reality. "81" Graduates. the Future, Seniors. . . . . .Congratulations and Luck to the Seniors. Seniors! to the Class of 1981. to the "81" Seniorsl to the class of 1981. Class of 1981. the impossible but be willing to strive to . ............... Good 32 Q l Q X For Your Patro age. , 3 A Q" E 167 A '.lii f , Q,QmPmgfql N fy ' Q N mwfglJQNUiQQg, Q I X ,WNQQOQWQQCQKX 9Q5w0VQ?fQ' X C3 J FWSLNNQS, Q KX 7 ,, f X jv X L 0 5 QUCL my GX QQ Q5 W Q09 QM QW Af ' N Q f,v5,f Www U CQWX QP SW Lpgjjx T QXQQUQJ Jw N 0 '958 srl GQ wx i?Qfff5sPA L "" if S Sq ff L iffy A QU QQ YV aim ffm" The Saul . Qyfou may r-L91 F8612 L1 it , but Qljfom ufill M WJHQV' H1611 if cgfvu TZGVQF' cmirqevot od 6111. COT'l9PGLLLl,afim13 Seniors I K Congratulations to the Class of 1981 LAUJER GUSTAV LAUSER AUTOMATEN 7000 Stuttgart-Vaihingen Tel. 10710 736 391 Pacesetters in Amusement Machine Field. Working together for a bigger and better future. The Stuttgart American Women s Club Also Has Many Teenage Aotlvltles Congratulations to the Class of 198 1 A Special Thanks to Darrell Lynch and Valerie Mullins for Help Above and Beyond the Call of Duty. Beyond 's niff O Congratulations to X, - f "" . P the Class of '81 from W ' H 1 . , lx " . F TROUPE 2555 5 1 INTERNATIONAL ' 'fi 5 L 5 THESPIAN :A xg SOCIETY ,s,1 ba 1 , 5, - as Let us entertain you! Sharing Life in the Son! 1981 EAI' M4466 fo 1969! ASSQCICJTQU IDVWQTQ Qersecs Inc Me KZ-wa of .SEAHCWHS-l3LAfH3 Drama 9, 105 Wrestling 9, 115 Wrestling Manager 125 Treasurer of Computer Club 11, 125 Soccer Club 115 Coin Club 9, 105 Junior Math Team 9. Alvarez, Elizabeth 19, 20, 30 FHA 95 Spanish Club 9, 105 Computer Club 10, 125 Newspaper 115 Band9, 105 Majorette 125 MUN 11, 125 Cross Country Manager 115 Class Treasurer 11, 125 Foreign Language Award 10, 115 Mathematics Award 115 NHS 10- 125 Travel Club 115 Young Life 10, 115 Teen Involvement 115 Project Bold 115 Challenge '79 115 Varsity Club 11. Bailey, John 20 Marksmanship Club 9, 105 Survival Club 95 ROTC 9-125 Football 125 V. Basketball 125 Lettermans Club 12 Bales, Rhonda 20 Junior Achievement5 Trooperetts5 NJHS5 NHS Presidentg Harmony Express5 Thespian Club5 Math Makerg "Annie Get Your Gun," "Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon." Barkley, Franziska 20 Football 10-125 All conference 115 MVP 115 V. Wrestling 125 Basketball 95 Homecoming Court 105 King 125 Letterman Club 11, 125 Modeling Club 12. Berman, Kevin 20, 27, 30 Football 9-125 Basketball 95 Wrestling 125 Track 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Senior Representative 125 Baseball 11, 12. Bernosky, Randy 20 Bertish, Scarlett 20 Singing Award 9, 115 Select Choir 105 Young Life 115 "Annie Get Your Gun"5 Harmony Express 11, 125 PTSA Music Award 11. - Boettcher, Jenny 19, 20 Volleyball 95 Basketball 95 Chorus 95 PTSA 125 Newspaper 95 Plays 9- 125 Young Life 10-125 Spanish Club 105 Track Manager 115 CWEP 125 Yearbook 125 Cross Country Manager 12. Brousseau, Cindy 20, 30 Athletic Football Trainer 115 Cooperative Work Experience 125 Homecoming Queen 12. Baxter . Kim 20 Brown, Mike 20 Bayne, Steve 20 Track 95 Football 95 Swim Team 9- Swim Team 9-125 V. Cross Country 12. 12:S0ccer11, 12: NHS 11, 122 Brown, Robert 19, 20, 30 Varsity Club 9, 11, 125 Baseball 9- 12. Belardo, Jorge 20 JV Football 9, JV Track 95 V. Wrestling 11, 125 Co-editor Yearbook 95 Chess Club 105 Computer Club 11, 125 NHS 11, 125 Senior Council 12. 1981 Bujakowski, Thomas 19, 21, 27 Football 10-125 Baseball 9, 105 Captain 105 Letterman Club 11, 125 Senior Council 125 Spanish Club 10. Burke, Bill 21 V. Football 125 V. Golf 11. Burns, James 21 Yearbook 12 Burns, Reney 21 , 31 V. Basketball 9, 11, 125 Track 9, 11, 125 Swim Club 95 Varsity Club 115 Lettersman Club 115 V. Volleyball 125 Softball 9-12. Burrow, John 21, 27, 31 Freshman Football 95 V. Football 11, 125 All Conference 125 V. Basketball 11, 125 Teen Involvement 125 Modeling Club 125 President Lettermans Club 11, 125 Powder Puff Football Queen 105 Homecoming Court 125 Young Life 12. Caffey, Rhonda 21 Modeling Workshop 12 Chicko, Sigrid 21 Coder, Barbara 21 NHS 10-125 V. Softball 9, 105 Band 9, 105 Baseball 105 JV Basketball 115 JV Volleyball 125 Track 115 Lettermans Club5 High Average Award 115 Principal's Honor Role 11 Comito, Robert 21 Advanced First Aid and Emergency Lifesaving 9, 103 Chess Club 103 Art Club 12. Crosby, Elliot 18, 21 Football3 Basketball3 Track3 Lettermans CIUDQ Modeling Workshop3 Black History. Darden, John 21 V. Football 103 V. Soccer 103 V. Basketball 103 Chorus 11. Dean, Ruth 21, 27 Treasurer of Student Gov't3 ECAPTS 2nd Vice President3 Debateg Drum Major3 Bandi Newspaper Staff3 Drama3 Young Life3 Sigma: Thespians3 FHA3 Chorus3 Spanish Club3 Junior Achievement Gifted and Talented Program. De Prey, Patrick 21 Dewar, Chris21 Hockey 9, 102 Soccer 11, 123 Speech and Drama Festival 113 Yearbook 123 Young Life 11, 12. Dickson, Matt Senior Class President 123 Football 11, 12 Downey, Sheila 21 Dunkle, Robert 22 Track ilndoorl 9, 10: Track lOutdoorl 9-123 MVP 113 Cross Country 9-121 Team Captain 12. Dunlevy, Laura 22 Dunnigan, Mary Edwards, Mark 18, 22, 31 Stage Band 9, 102 V. Football 11, 123 V. Basketball 11, 123 NHS 11, 12. Elliot, Joe 22 Fairman, Danny 22 Fasching, John 22 Field, Anne 22, .31 Fillmore, Patti 22 Shape Spirits Drill Team3 Junior Class TFGHSUFSTQ Varsity Tennis 10- 1 2. Foss, Elizabeth 22 Franks, Chuck 22 Football 9-113 Wrestling 123 Treasurer of Key Club 11Q Student Council 113 JNHA 93 NHS 10-122 Treasurer of Explorer Post 531 111 Youth Group 11: Young Life 12: JROTC 93 FCA 113 Who's Who Among American High Schools. Gaetz, Flon 22 Garcia, Helen 22 Goodwin, Darcie 22 Speech 93 Spanish Club 101 Track 103 Young Life 10-123 Student Gov't11, 123 Modeling Club 123 Yearbook 113 Bowling 10. Graves, Arron 18, 22 Football3 Track3 Teen Involvement Modeling Workshop. Green, Eric 22 Hargest, Amanda 19, 22 Drill Team 9, 103 V. Cheerleading 113 Volleyball 103 Secretary 123 Modeling Club 121 Lettermans Club 9-113 Newspaper Staff 9. Harper, Linda 19, 23 V. Golf 10, 113 Young Life113 Senior Council 123 Cheerleading lFootball and Wrestlingl 12. Harrington, Aileen 23 Concert Chorus 9-113 Class Council 103 Prom Committee 113 Harmony Express 11. Henry, Sherry 23 Art Club 93 Pep Club 9, 103 Volleyball 10, 113 JV Letterman Club 10, 113 Young Life 113 Teen Forum 12. Hepner, David 23 Homeroom Rep 9. Hilden, Daniel 23. Hinson, Jeff 23. Hobson, Thierry 23 Basketball 9-123 Track 9-12. Hunter, Anne 23, 27 Athletic Football Trainer 11, 12: Student Gov't 9. Jager, Pete 23. Kambrod, Holly 23, 30 V. Cross Country3 V. Track3 V. Basketball3 F. and JV Cheerleading3 School Newspaper Sports Editor3 Sophomore Class Vice President3 Freshman Class TFBSSUYSFQ Student Council Flepresentative3 NHS3 French Honor Society5 Dramatics and Play Festival5 Debate. Kirchgaesser, Georg 23, 30. Kohut, Allison 18, 23 Homecoming Attendant 105 Softball 105 Drill Team 105 Horseback Riding 9, 105 Homecoming Committee 10. Komarek, Kristin 23 Dance Club 9-115 JV Track 10, 115 V. Tennis 10-12. Kottle, Lynn 23. Krasauskas, Eddie 23 Student Council 9, 105 Class Representative 9, Art Club 9, 105 Art Awards 9, 105 Baseball 9, 105 Football 10-125 Basketball 11, 125 Teen Involvement 12, CWEP 115 Letterman's Club 11, 125 Principal's Roll 125 Newspaper Design 10. Lambert, Jimmi. Lynch, Charles 23 Soccer 9-125 Baseball 95 NHS 105 French Club5 German Club5 Student Gov't 9, 105 Swim Club 9, 105 Young Life 11, 12. Lyons, Christopher 24, 31 Soccer 9-125 Cross Country 125 Computer Club 105 Chess Club 105 Soccer Club 11, 125 Vice President of Student Gov't 125 Project Bold 10. Manspeaker, Steve 24 Maybin, Kristina 24. Mayhew, Bobby 19, 24 Football 9-125 Teen Involvement 125 Class Council 125 Fencing Club 95 Track 95 Letterman's Club 11- 125 Yearbook 125 Young Life 125 VIL 95 Future Homemakers of America 9. McAhron, Maria 24, 31 Cross Country 10, 115 Track 115 GAME 105 MUN 11, 125 Speech and Drama 10-125 Young Life 105 Letterman's Club 105 115 Spanish Club 9. McCarthy, Clare 18, 1-8 V. Cross Country 10-125 V. Track 9-125 GAME 105 Project Bold 115 Yearbook 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 CWEP 12. McCarthy, Jean 24 Cross Country 9-125 MVP 115 Track 9-125 MVP 105 Project Bold 115 GAME 105 Class Rep 12. McNicholas, Anne 24 French Club 9, 105 Badminton Team 105 Manager 115 Student Accreditation Committee 115 Girls' State Nominee 115 Harmony Express 125 Stage Manager for Fall Play 125 Yearbook 12. Meehan, Kelly 24, 27 Class Council 9, 105 Student Council 9, 105 Secretary 105 Key Club 105 Dance Club 9, 105 Swim Team 9-125 Yearbook 125 Spanish Club 9, 105 Cross Country 105 Baseball Statistician 10. Tennis 9, 105 Soccer 11, 125 Soccer Mentzer, Lisa 14, 24 Club 11, 12. Band 9, 105 GAME 105 Young Life Mauldin, Kevin 24. 11, 125 Teen Involvement 115 Soccer 125 Yearbook 125 Art Club President 125 Soccer Club. Millard, Geoffrey 24. Miller, Roger 24. Miller, Tammi 24. Choir 9-125 All District 10, 115 Region Choir 115 Science Club 115 Debate Team 12. Miller, Thomas 24 V. Soccer 9-125 MVP 105 2nd Team - All Regional 105 All Conference 10, 115 Captain 115 JV Basketballg V. Tennis 9. Moats, Tracey 19, 24, 27 Chorus 95 Student Gov't 10, 115 Prom Committee 115 Harmony Express 125 Senior Council 125 MUN 12. Mydosh, Frank 24 Wrestling 95 Track 95 Football 95 Sky Club 10. Myers, Lori 19, 25, 31 JV Cheerleading 95 V. Cheerleading 11, 125 Letterman's Club 9, 11, 125 Secretary 125 Most School Spirited 125 Homecoming Attendent 125 Drama 12. Nail, Michael 25, 27. Nelson, Sigrid. Norwood, Elizabeth 25. Parker, Donna 25 Modeling Workshop Publicity Manager, Make-up, Hair Stylist, Artwork, and Model. Partin, Donnell 25, 27 Plays - Christmas Windows and Whalen, Doug 26, 27 Little Nell 95 Match Maker and Annie Get Your Gun 115 Chess Club 105 Scuba Club Treasurer 105 Audabon Society 105 Heidelburg Forensic Festival Award 115 Soccer Club 115 NHS 11, 125 Harmony Express 125 Thespian 12. Penas, Ana 25. Pflugrath, Pete 25, 30 Soccer Club Vice President 115 Soccer 9-125 Student Gov't President 125 Basketball 115 Mr. Bill Club 11, 12. Ribble, Christina 17, 25 Pep Squad 95 Spanish Club 105 NHS 10-125 Swim Team 105 MUN 115 Yearbook 115 Teen Involvement 115 Travel Club 115 Young Life 10- 12. Richards, Susan 25 Teen Involvement 95 Secretary 115 Pep Club 95 Class Offices lTreasurerl 105 Historian 115 Volleyball 115 Yearbook 115 Editor 125 Student Gov't Recording Secretary 125 Young Life 11, 12. Rohde, Norman 179. Rohde, Silke 178. Rosswork, Paul25 Swimming 9-125 Lacrosse 9, 105 Track 11, 12. Scarbrough, Ann 25 Band 9, 105 Marching Band 11, 125 Play Crew 95 Stage Crew 105 German Club 105 Travel Club 115 Match Maker 115 Track Manager 115 NHS 125 Tell Me That You Love Me Junie Moon 125 Basketball Manager 12. Sensabaugh, Libby 25 Pep Squad 95 JV Cheerleading 105 V. Cheerleading 125 Senior Class Homecoming Attendant 12. Shaler, Mike 19, 25 French Club 95 Ski Club 95 Computer Club 11, 125 Secretary 115 Debate Club 125 Soccer Club 10-125 Senior Class Flepresentative5 Soccer 9-125 Wrestling 125 Calculus Club 12. Simpson, Jeffery 25 Aviation Club 105 Chess Club 105 Computer Club 10-125 Homeroom Rep 11, 125 Chief Game Warden 12. Sims, Sonia 25. Smith, Dave JV Football 95 V. Football 105 JV Wrestling 115 CWEP 12. Snipes, Steve 26 Fencing 95 Key Club 105 Photo Club 105 Wrestling 10-125 Class Flep 125 Yearbook 125 Young Life 11, 12. Stillman, Kevin 26. Salo, Kevin 25. Sanders, Brett 26 V. Tennis 9, 11, 125 Baseball 105 Concert Marching Band 9-115 Freshman Football Swimming 9- 11. Synder, Dave 19, 26, 31 Alpha Theta5 Spanish Club5 Spanish Honor Society5 Vice President of Band5 Senior Class Historian5 Freshman Wrestling5 JV Soccer5 Who's Who in American High Schools. Spencer, Joe 26. Stibor, Tracy 26 V. Football Manager 115 Cosmetology Award 115 Principal's Pole 125 Modeling Club 125 Varsity Club 11. Summerville, Jim 26 Teen Involvement 12. Thorpe, Ernie 26. Underwood, Carolyn 26. Van Gorder, Lisa 19, 26 Basketball 95 NHS 95 Secretary 11 Vice President 12. Venzke, Stuart 26 German Club 9-115 Latin Club 105 Superpintendent's Academic Awards Team 10. Westenberg, Ellen 26 V. Basketball 11, 125 Newspaper 1 15 Crew for Annie Get Your Gun5 JV Volleyball 125 Crew for Tell Me That You Love Me Junie Moon. Wetherell, Rene 26 Homeroom Rep 9, 105 Band 9, 105 Aviation Club 10, 125 Vice President of Print Shop 11, 125 Swim Team 9-125 Computer Club 9, 10, 12. Track 95 Cross Country 95 Basketball Manager 95 Speech and Drama 10, 125 School Production 105 CWEP 125 Archery Club 95 Surf Club 105 Thespian Club 125 Drama Club 10. Withrow, Joe Chorus 105 Print Shop 105 177 President 11, 123 Computer Club 123 Tennis 11, 121 Plays 12: Harmony Express 12. Worden, Steve 26. Zyla, John 26 Cross Country 93 Wind Ensemble 9, 103 Concert Band 9, 103 Yearbook 93 Track Manager 103 Young Life 12. 178 K ,114 'Fl 'A www .ul xx Q 'TJTA I ' N. 1. Silke Rhode 2. Norman Rhode 3. Jin Tremain and George McDonald 4. Clare McCarthy 5. Kristin Kamerek 6. Sherry Dixon 7. Mrs. CoIeman's class in action. bl 179 JUNIORS Akins, Dana 35 Amend, Char 35 Andrew, Janet 35 Atkins, Robert 35, 34 Bachelor, Ann 35 Baker, Bill 35 Barkley, Michael 35 Beckett, Natasha 35 Bell, Elizabeth 35 Bendele, Kevin 35 Berman, Dense 35, 34 Berry, Rodney 35 Birdwell, Dennis 35 Boetcher, Ruth 35 Boetcher, Viola 35 Bohannon, Kenny 35 Booher, Donna 35 Brooks, Lisa 35 Brown, J. B. 35 Brown, Monica 35 Brown, Patricia 36 Bujakowski, Phil 36 Burke, Katherine 36 Butler, Perditta 36 Caceras, Dave 36 Cady, Heather 36 Centofanti, Christin 36 Cohen, Tamara 36, 39 Collins, Alonza 36 Constann, Kim 34, 36, 37 Cosgrove, Kelly 36 Costello, Bernie Cox, Elizabeth 34, 36 Cree, John 36 Crosby, Justince 36, 39 Cypher, Reba 36, 39 Devries, Debbie 36 Dickson, David 36 Fairman, Susan 36 Flores, Richard 36 Forbes, Todd 37 Fordham, Bill 37 Forte, Denyse 34, 37 Franks, Julie 34, 37 Frost, Kenneth 37 Fuller, Margret Gardner, Kennly 37 Garkner, Lisa 37 Garner, Melanie 37 Guadelli, John 37 Glass, Jane 37 Green, Denise 37 Green, Herbert 37 Hanko, Michael 37 Hanks, David 37 180 Hanks, Lisa 37 Harris, David 38 Harris, Donna 38 Harris, Sharon 38 Hanth, Kathryn 38 Heffernan, Mary Beth 38 Hicks, Christina 38 Hobson, Jean 38 Hodgson, Peter 38 Horigan, Tess 38 Jensen, Greg 38 Johnston, Alex 38 Johnston, Den 38 Jones, Ronda 38 Jordan, Bryan 38 Kelton, Earl King, Scott 38 King, Ronald 38 Koons, Debi 38 Ledford, Cassie 38 Leighton, Kathleen 39 Leinen, Kathy 34, 37, 39 Lightfoot, Thomas 39 Lynch, Darrell 39 Manning, Robert 39 Martinez, Joe 34,39 McCarthy, John 39 McDaniel, Robert 39 McDonald, Esther 39 Meisenhelter, Mike 39 Miller, Terrance 39 Milton, Paula 39 Moffen, Michael Murray, Nanette 39 Myers, Sharon 39 Naujelis, Mike 29 Newman, Richard 39 Norwood, Particia 39 Oguz, Tanju 38 Orians, Frank 39 Pearson, Bridget 40 Penas, Antonio 40 Pederson, Peder 40 Post, Karen 40 Preston, Susan 40 Proctor, Sheila 40 Ribble, Timothy 40 Richards, Nancy 34, 40 Rideout, William Rublins, Steven 40 Robinson, Johnny 40 Rodgers, Lisa 40 Rush, Ronald 34, 40 Schnurbusch, Michelle 40 Schwannecke, Ellen 40 Scott, Nettie 40 Sedillos, Raymond 34, 40 Shuter, Dristln 40 Shaler, Lias 40 Sherlock, Martha 40 Skahan, Thomas 35,41 Smith, Kathleen 41 Smith, Matt 41 Spencer, Holly 41 Spencer, Petra 41 Steele, Michael 41 Taylor, David 41 Trammell, Frank 41 Vann, Valerie 41 Walker, Phil 41 Wark, Michael 41 Weeks, Claudia 41 Weldy, Amy 41 Welte, Kay 41 Wichens, Jennifer 41 Winter, Rolf 41 Wolf, Alice 41 Warden, Teresa 41 Zyla, Donna 41 S OPHOMORES Akins, Lisa 45 Aldridge, Paul 45 Alexander, Gina 45 Alvarez, Henry 45 Amend, Angie 45 Anderson, Lawrence 45 Arevalo, Chantel 45 Bader, Matt 45 Bartig, Ted 45 Baxter, Keith 45 Becton, Wesley 45 Bernosky, Robin 45 Bilberry, Brian 45 Birdwell, Diane 45 Bishop, Dondi 45 Bridgeman, Chris 45 Brown, Bridget 45 Brown, Lauren 45 Brunner, Tom 45 Burns, Mary 45 Buzick, Anita 45 Caffey, Mark 45 Cantu, Janice 45 Charpentier, Angie 45 Charpentier, Mike 45 Cleveland, Angela 45, 44 Coley, Stephan 46 Cree, Diane 46 Crites-Ingram, Kara 46 Cosgrove, Shawn 46 Crosby, Debroah 46 Crowder, Cassie 46 Czyz, Carol 46 Daly, Dan 46 D'Arcy, Stephanie 46 Dean, Janet 46 Deese, Jerry 46 DePrey, Tim 46 Dillon, Troy 46 Dove, Andrew 46 Dunkle, John 44, 46 Dunlap, Mike 47 Edwards, John 47 Endlich, Carol 47 Fasching, Laura 47 Ferguson, Ronald 47 Finch, Jim 47 Fisher, Karin 47 Foxwell, Diana 47 Gardner, Gwen 47 Gauthier, Jeff 47 Geiger, Karl 47 Goeble, Doug 47 Graziano, Tina 47 Green, Aaron 47 Green, Kurt 47 Guajadro, Ron 48 Hannigan, Patrick 48 Harper, Leigh Ann 48 Harris, Shawn 48 Hartsell, Traci 48 Hendricks, Fred 48 Hilden, Nancy 48 Hodgson, Debbie 48 Hodgkins, Sherry 48 Hope, Lauri 48 Hunt, Nancy 48 Johnson, Carol 48 Jordan, Larry 48 Jones, Chris 48 Joshi, Sheela 48 Kambrod, Heidi 48 Keating, Alanna 48 Kimmel, Tracy 48 Kohut, Bob 48 Leber, Rebecca 48 Lehman, Marvia 48 Leinen, Mary Beth 48 Lequar, Tuner 48 Lynch, Chris 49 Mayhew, Rick 49 McCraith, Shannon 49 McDonald, George 49 McNealy, Sanna 49 McNicholas, David 49 Millard, George 49 Miller, Haywood 49 Miller, Rosie 49 Mirise, Kevin 49 Morin, Jeanne 49 Mullins, Valerie 49 Mundis, Marla 49 Murray, Donald 49 Nelson, Sigrid 49 Nichols, Kathy 49 Overfield, Lori 49 Pavolic, Laura 49 Pearson, Regina 50 Perelli-Minetti, Van 50 Picard, Michele 50 Puillandre, Annelise 50 Rinhart, Paul 50 Riddle, Renee 50 Rochester, Tammy 50 Rockwell, Debbie 50 Ryberg, Kay 50 Rymer, Donald 50 Sanders, Monica 50 Schmidt, Annette 50 Scott, Robert 50 Sedgwick, Clyde 50 Shaler, Lori 44, 50 Shambeck, Brooke 50 Shane, Jack 50 Shipe, Britta 50 Smith, Barry 51 Smith, Corinne 51 Spencer, Kerry 51 Spisak, Mike 51 Stipe, Scott 51 Stock, Tanya 51 Summerville, Mile 51 Sundberg, April 51 Swarts, Mike 51 Jung, Thomas 51 Tichenor, Dawn 51 Fujimoto, Steve 51 Tramell, Carmen 51 Tremain, Jin 51 Treiber, Marie 51 Van de Meulen, Marjole Vega, Mari 51 Vos, Shannon 51 Vess, Saskia 51 Watson, Ivy 51 Wheelan, Jeff 51 Willet, James 51 Weidman, Erik 51 Williams, Margaret 52 Winter, Regina 52 Wolfe, Robert 52 Woodram, Fred 52 Young, Sherry 52 Zacharias, Beth 52 in 51 FRESHMEN Akins, Kim 55 Allen, Deborah 55 Armstrong, James 55 Atkins, Kevin 55 Bailey, Edna 55 Ballard, Barbra 55 Beman, Chris 55 Bendele, Matthew 55 Berman, Mark 55 Bertish, Shane 55 Boettcher, Andrew 55 Boyle, Patty 55 Brierly, Shannon 56 Brousseau, Bevlyn 56 Brunner, Kristen 56 Buckreis, Lynette 56 Burch, Anita 56 Burnette, Clifton 55, 56 Burns, William 56 Bush, Chris 56 Carter, John 56 Cassell, Susan 56 Chaitha, Thaina 56 Cleveland, Suzanne 56 Coder, Charles 56 Coley, Otis 56 Conley, Christopher 56 Corcoran, Gayla 56 Costello, Mary 56 Darden, Windy 56 Davis, John 57 Devine, Kristen 57 DeVries, Dawn 57 Dixon, Sherry 57 Dubose, Lori 57 Dydynski, Carol 57 Ellis, Victor 57 Ellison, Lisa 57 Eppley, Natalie 57 Farmer, Carolyn 57 Finch, Stephanie 57 Fischer, Christina 57 Flores, Linda 57 Foss, Steve 57 Fraser, Michael 57 Fujimoto, Mary Ann 57 Frese, Charene 57 Gagnloff, Timothy 57 Garner, Christina 58 Garner, Thomas 58 Gardner, Kenneth 58 Goeble, Cheryl 55, 58 Gorka, David 58 Graham, Jackie 58 Graves, Eric 58 Green, Sapine 58 Green, Yolands 58 Gregory, Kenneth 58 Guajardo, Patricia 58 Guenther, Mark 58 Hargest, Misty 58 Hays, Robert 58 Hefley, Pamela 58 Henry, Maureen 59 Higgens, Kelly 59 Holloway, Jerry 59 Horigan, Edward 59 Hunt, Cindy 59 Jachmann, Larisa 59 Johnson, Alicia 59 Johnston, Donna 59 Justice, Benee 59 Katz, Jordana 59 Kauffman, Michael 59 Kimmett, Marjorie 59 King, Jimmy 59 Komarek, Melisa 59 Kukta, Stephan 59 Lapointe, Carmen 60 Lehmann, Rita 60 Leischner, Frank 60 Leininger, Joseph 60 Lewis, Dan 60 Lightfoot, Susan 60 Long, Lisa 60 Lynch, Carolyn 60 Marquart, Timothy 60 Mauldin, Steve 60 McCarthy, Paul 60 McRay, John 60 Meisenhelter, Camella 60 Meadows, Porschia 60 Miquelon, Marcia 60 Montalvo, Katherine 61 Morris, Hollis 61 Moore, Terry 61 Myers, Cheryl 61 Neidhart, Michael 61 Nelson, Yolands 61 Newman, Nadja 61 Norris, Patricia 61 Norris, Richard 61 O'Conner, Jennifer 61 Oxendine, Lloyd 61 Pavolic, Erin 61 Pelch, Kimberly 61 Penas, Marta 61 Preston, Pamela 62 Ranthun, Chad 62 Range, Sandry 62 Ribble, Kenneth 62 Ricketson, Kathleen 62 Robinson, Jeffrey 62 Ryder, Frank 62 Sanner, Robert 62 Savkar, Lina 62 Schmid, Heidi 62 Schnurbusch, Terri 62 Scott, Melanie 62 Sedgwick, Bill 62 Sherlock, Vanessa 62 Skinner, Richard 62 Smith, Sheri 62 Stair, Kristine 62 Stehling, Michael 62 Stevens, Maryanne 62 Sweatt, Claudia 62 Szerdy, Christine 62 Taylor, James 62 Thomas, Patricia 62 Tomlison, Jeffery 55, 62 Toth, Jackie 62 Van Gorder, Peggie 63 Velardo, Pari 63 Verhees, Robert 63 Welte, Kathy 63 West, Lisa 63 Wiedmann, Heidi 63 Wickens, Susan 63 Williams, Matthew 63 Worden, Mick 63 Wyatt, Jennifer 63 EIGH TH GRADE Alvarez, Joan 67 Bachelor, Donald 67 Bailey, Wynema 67 Baird, Natali 67, 71 Baxter, Sandra 67 Beach, Victor 67 Beaty, Susanne 67 Behil, Mary 67 Boone, Christopher 67 Boyle, John 67 Browne, Paula 67 Bushard, Edward 67 Church, Clarence 67 Collins, Amy 67 Cook, Micheal 67 Dearing, Kevin 67 Dewar, Richard 67 Dixon, Regina 67 Downey, Michael 67 Dydynski, Robert 67 Eggum, Robert 68 Fero, Michelle 68 Forbes, Matthew 68 Fordham, Wendy 68 Franks, Andrew 68 Gangloff, Jennifer 68 Goodwin, Scott 68 Gorka, Karen 68 Gray, David 68 Gray, Edward 68 Guthrie, Suseen 68 Hadley, Joanna 68 Hall, Deborah 68 Harper, Barbie 68 Harris, Anna 68 Harris, Mark 68 Heffernan, Elaine 68 Hepner, Diana 68 Higgins, Susan 68 Hinojos, Derrick 68 Hobson, Carole 68 Holbrook, Audrey 69 Jacobs, Bronwin 69 Jager, Guido 69 Jaworski, Matthew 69 Johnson, Ed 67,69 Johnston, Thomas 69, 74 Jones, Stephanie 69 Kelton, Ryanne 69 Kiggins, Kelly 69 Knoxx, Tracey 67, 69 Komarek, Heidi 69 Koons, Michael 69 Krasauskas, Renata 69 Lambert, Deborah 69 Lawernce, Tracy 69 Leinen, Wendy 69 Lindenay, Thomas 69 Lizewski, Stephan 69 London, Tisha 69 Lorenz, Robert 69 Lynch, Colbert 69 Magee, Mark 69 Manning, Kathleen 69 Manspeaker, Robin 69 Mark, John 69 McAhron, Stephanie 70 McDonald, Robert 70 McNealy, Richard 70 Meehan, Kathleen 70 Mentzer, Jeffrey 70 Mika, Paul 70 Miller, Jonda 70 Milton, James 70 Mitchell, Stephanie 70 Mullins, Veronica 70 Murrell, Terry 70 Nail, Richard 70 Navjelis, Ronald 70 Nerrenberg, Etgar 70 Newman, Elizabeth 70 Norris, Donna 70 O'Brian, Michael 70 Parker, Suzanne 70 Pearce, Jodie 70 Potts, Ronald 70 Proctor, Roger 70 Ramsey, Darlene 70, 71 Richardson, Kenneth 70, 74 Ricketson, Kristina 71 Rinehart, Evangeline 71 Roth, Cheryl 71 Rydberg, Sandra 71 Salo, Katrina 71 Scannell, Diamuid 71 Scannell, Malread 71 Schmidt, Michael 71 Schwannecke, Linda 71 Scott, Carrie 71 Sherlock, Wilbur 71 Simpson, Brian 71 Skwirut, Dawn 71 Smith, Kenneth 71 Sorters, Jeff 71 Stanely, Kelly 71 Stanely, Maria 67, 71 Strebel, Eric 71 Strehmel, Sonja 71 Swyers, William 74 Taylor, Matthew 74 Teike, Melissa 74 Thomas, l-lyong, 74 hompson, Shantell 74 oth, Eva 74 enzke, Sharon 74 ogelzang, Michael 74 illie, Clarence 74 Olfe, Rochelle 67, 68, 74 oung, Scotty 69, 74 SEVENTH GRADE cker, Cherry 77 mend, Eddie 77 ader, Daniel 77 aker, Charles 77 ehil, Vincent 77 enfield, Yvonne 77 " OlVWllNCilX60C55lC?,p , it M32 G S'-xiii? 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