Alliance High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Alliance, OH)
- Class of 1950
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Alliance High, in its
eighth year on Glamor-
gan Street is now stor-
ing its history of the sev-
enties and preparing to
blaze its pathways into
the eighties. Gone from
the seventies are such
memorable events as
streaking, Big Mac at-
tacks, peace in the Mid-
East, and the dissolving
of the All-American
Follow us now as we
take you through the
1979-1980 school year.
We'll show you all the
sights - the faces, the tri-
umphs, the losses, and
the fun. Alliance High
School will be your
pathway to success. So
follow us, we'll lead the
way . . .
PATHWAYS TO THE
EIGHTIES HAS BEEN
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
RAB DEFEATS CHRONICLE 6-3 IN THE SECOND TENTH ANNUAL YEAR-END
SOFTBALL GAME MAY 22, 1980,
RAB 6 CHRONICLE 3
17 PATHWAYSXCHRONICLE STAFF
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Favazzo IB 2 I I 0 Borton 3 I 2 O
Culp IB I 0 0 O Pansino LF 3 O I 0
Holly SF 4 I 2 0 Lugnbl 2B 2 I I 0
Ballor LF 2 I I 3 Oesch 3 O 2 I
Holmes CF 3 I 2 2 Furry RF 3 I I I
Hull 3B 3 O I I Mathison SF O O O O
Murphy SS 3 O O O Stouffer IB 3 0 0 O
Noll C I 0 I 0 Allen O O O O
Barker C 2 O O 0 Gainor C 3 0 2 I
Reda 2B 2 0 0 O Baker LF I O I O
Johnson P I I I 0 Rogers CF 3 0 3 O
Howell RF I O I 0 Hisano P 2 O O O
Stone P I I I 0 Burnworth 2 O O O
Porter SF 0 0 O 0 Shimp CF 3 0 2 O
Cironi RF 2 0 O 0 Perez SF 1 O 0 0
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Upper Lt. Scott Shimpg Middle Juliet
Lower Lt. Vivian Pansino.
Editor Ilst Seml - Beth Blosser General Staff
Editor I2nd sem.I - Vivian Pansino photographers lin addition to the
Copy Editor - Juliet Kandel above.I
Assistant Copy Editor - Jim Luginbuhl Jodi Marshall
Clubs - Debi Mathison Lori Baker
Layout - Vivian Pansino
Sports - Scott Shimp
Underclass - Tim Bendeich
Photo Editor Ilst Seml - Copy
Photo Editor 12nd Sem.I - Steve
Business - Tony Allen
Seniors - Gina Gainor
Ads - Peggy DeVali
Student Life - Jill Oesch
Faculty - Lisa Perry
SPECIAL THANKS to: Sally Ailes, Doina Blendea, Scott Hirvela, Lance Jones, and
Mary Soltys for their many literary contributions to this book.
EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS to the following people for extremely well-done spur-of-
the-moment's-notice jobs: Mr. Schreiber for his Olympic boycott essayg Kathy Bishop
for her ballet and choir articles, and Jeff Harrison for his spur-of-theemoment novel on
ADDITIONAL THANKS to: Ben Favazzo. Jill Fortner and Andy Howell,
Advisors Note: I would like to exercise a little poetic justice on the behalf of my stall.
The 1979-80 Chronicle Staff was by far the most enjoyable group of people I have
ever worked with.
Whenever things got a bit slow, there was always the amiable Luginbuhl around
endevoring to extrapolate humor out of anyone nearby. In the event Luginbuhl failed
to provide enlightenment, Lisa Perry took over. We will especially remember the day
she ran over her own hubcap. In any case, I wish to all the best of luck and success.
cuss sr was
xmas er me
SENIORS FIRST OF TI-IE 8O'S
Front row. Secretaryg Gina Gainor, President:
Dana Mehnert. Back row: Treasurerg Jeff
Fortner, Vice Presidentg Jeff Russell Below
Left: Mr. Conrad Brunnerg Advisor Below
Right: Jeff Russell is a Homecoming escort.
The 1979-80 seniors will not go unno-
ticed. Among their achievements
were various "Spirit Day" projects,
supporting such ideas as senior dress-
up day and "Senior Power". Also on
their list was a class picnic at Silver
Park on May 10 and the yearly blood
drive on May 12. Representatives for
the first graduating class of the 80's
were Dana Mehnert, Presidentg Jeff
Russell, Vice-Presidentg Jeff Fortner,
Treasurerg and Gina Gainor, Secre-
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Stephanie' Slinfak lets
fmgers do the walking
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JOHN FALCON E
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DANA MEHNERT ACTS THE INNOCENT IN THE LIBRARY.
Jeff Former, "Another perfect paper, what can I say'?".
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Debbie, Jill, Becky, and Pam In lunch.
Barb Gonci munches,
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Goncl and Pam Rodcfcr' N H S mductmon sklt
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Senior guys participate in a pep rally
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Chuck Lalli , ' '
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Go Alliance," says Kathy Schreckengost.
The lengths Jeff Russell will go to get out of football practice,
I, Atl. :K
s response when
HERE A SENIGR
THERE A SENIQR
EVERYWHERE A SENIOR
SEN IORS f PATHWAYS 47
Prep, Key 3, .GATTIS, B0 ,
3, Wrestling 1, Baseball Bas.
2, 3, 4, Chron- ketball 2
Prep, Li- 1, 3, Tennis
A ternate 3 IOE Steno
With yOU Girls
SENIOR PROFILES f PATHWAYS 5 1
dy lr I I
4, Varsity A 4, Track 3, 4,'1ntramt:ral Basket-
ball 3, Co-Capt 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4,
Lab Assistant 3. '
HENRY, ROBERT - Vocational Maching
Trades wx ,I 1'
HIGGINS, LYNETTE - General, Pen 8:
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 1,
- Vocational, IOE
4, Secr 4, Pep 2, Choir 1, 2,
- Vocational, IOE
Prep, Key 3,
4, ,Varsity A 3, 4,
'3, Football 1, Trick
2 3' 4 Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Library
4, Red 8: Blue 2, 4, Who s
DALE - Collegelrfrepg
A 4, Basld!TUEIH7
3, 4, Track 1, Intramural Basketball
2, Co-Capt 3, 4, .Student Senate'
STEVEN - Vocational,
Body, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Co-
Intramural Basketball 3, Intramural
3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, Auto
2, 3, 4.
PTUS. 3, 4.
1 , Intramural
DEBORAH - College Prep, Pen 8:
1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Clinic Helper 1, 2, 3,
Red 8: Blue 2, Pep 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom Commit-
BY N TERENCE - Col-
HARRIS, LORI - General, Home Ec Club 3,
4 Science Club 4 Choir 1 2 3 4
Brown Dancer 8: Singer, Girls T
HARTSHORNE, EDMOND JR.
al' Electronics T VICA Stage
3, 4, Science
Hi 2' Girls Basketball Stat. 3, 4.
elgn Language 4, Choir
4, Pep 1,
Night of Club 3:
Commit. HARTY, General, For-
1, 2, 3, 4,
pm , , R E L, Jonv
1, 2, 3, HAWKINS, TROY - College Prep, Chess 3,
JACKSON, ci-nanvi. - omni,
Writing 4, Foreign Language 1, 2, 3,
3, 4, You Can't Take it With You, t
"Carousel, Committee, Skin of our
ce, Basketball 4.
-- College Prep
4, Pres 4, 3, 4, Band 1,
2 3 4' Oklahoma
r s Track
l 2, 3, stllng
SENIOR PROFILESXPATHWAYS 53
JEFFREY - Vocational, Auto Me-
NHS 4, V A 3, 4 P esident 4, Base-
Cheerleading Alt. lk year 1.
MOSIER, J ES - Vocational,.,Printing
Wrmng 1, r
Ed ,A Rabl
4, Re 8: ua 4,
NEEDHAM, College Prep 8: Blue 2,
A 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, JULIE -
Blue 1, 4, Staff Chess 3 4'
2, 3, Basketball 3, lntramural
NICHOLS Prep, For-
elgn Language Pep 2, Charlie
Brown, 4 For POWE
PLAJER, PETE -
1, 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom,
Student Senate 1
1, Office Help:
4, Choir 3, 4, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3,
Jr -Sr. Prom Committee, Co-Chair-
Senate Alternate 1' Exchange
ERIC - Vocgtional, Distrlbutive
Education, DECA 4,
1' Wrestling 1
Club the Month 4,
Secretary 3, Foreign
President 4, lnter
1, 2, 3, 4, Secr 4,
take it with you,
3 4 Co Capt
nate 1, Boar
Student of the
gy, Pep 1, 2
2, 3, 4.
4, Sr. Blood
2, 3, 4, Office per 1,
E. - Voca-
2 3 4 J 4 Student Senate 2, 3,
Helper 2, 3.
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SCHRECKENGOST, KATHY L. - Voca-
tlonal, IOE Steno, OEA 3, 4, Office Helper 1,
SCHUBERT, LEONARD - Vocational, Elec-
tronics Trade, VICA 3, Stage Crew 4, Elec-
tronlcs Treas. 3.
SEABOLT, CECIL - General,
4, Treas. 4, Foreign Language 3,
plan 3, 4, Treas. 4, Choir 1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3, 4, Arsenic and Old Lace,
Ol PIOHI. S
STOVALL, PATRICIA - General.
STROUP, SCOTT JOSEPH -
NHS 4, Varsity 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Basketball 3, 4, lntran
ball 4, Academic Challenge 4.
STRYFELER, CATHERINE -
The Night of Jan.
Girls' State 1.
16th, Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee,
Office Helper 2, 4,
CRAIG - General, Intramural Bas-
DAVID - Vocational, Diversified
, Blue 4.
In the Act, Role, The Night of Jan
Oklahoma, Dancer, You can't
you, Role, Committee
Role, Committee, Carousel
Charlie Brown Role
tee, Track 1'
STUCHELL, BART -
-SUKOSD KEN -
STEPHANIE - General, Foreign
1, LlUfary Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Pen 81
1, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
3, 4, Office Helper 4, Library Help-
SNYDER, KIMBERLY - Vocation , IOE
Clerk-Typist, OEA 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Orchestra
1, 2, Office Helper 4.
SNYDER, TRACY - Vocational, IOE Clerk-
Typlst, Creative Writing 1.
SPRINGER, JULIE - Vocational, Child
Care, Choir 1, 2.
STEWART, JOHN - College Prep, Band 1,
Chronicle Staff 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Advanced
Study 1, 2, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3.
STILLION, .PENNY - Vocational, Cosme-
tology! Band 1, 2, 3, Red 8: Blue 2.
STOCKLI, BRIAN - Vocational
Trades, Intramural Basketball 1, 2,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4.
ball 3, Track 3
Stage Crew 4,
1, 4, Jr.-Sr.
Student Senate Red 81
Blue 2, T
TERRELL, MICHAEL?-ggi General, Wrestling
1. " rfr - ..,
THATCHER, JEANNE -Hmllocatlonal, IOE
Clerk-Typist, OEA 3, 4, Office Hglperf4.
THOMAS, DIANE - Vocational, IOE'S'teno,
OEA 3, 4.
THOMPSON, GAIL - Vocational, Diversi-
fied Cooperative, Band 1, 2, 3.
TOLLE, STUART - College
Language 1, 2, 3, Varsity A 2, 3
1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Track 1,
1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4,
1, 2, Library
College Prep, -Foreign
2, 4, Nus 4, choir 4, Night of .ram I I
of our Teeth,
dent SenaQi1, 2, 3, Student-Faculty Relations
1, 4. Chronicle. Staff 4.
WILLIAMS CYNTHIA - General, Oklaho-
Tennis 2, 3,' , Jr.-Sr.
ma, Committee . b ,K 3,1
WILTON, AMES - Vocattgtyllggybljhlne
Trades, Football 1, 2,
WORLEY, ROGER- -Gono!U,"'Red 8: Blue
SANDY - Vocational, Distribu-
Education, Foreign Language 1, 2, Girls'
ack 2, Office Helper 2, 3, Wrestling Score-
keeper 1, 2, 3, 4. 5
ZINKHON, ROCK - VocationaI,,.Occ :I
tional Work Experience, OWE 41 Pros: 3?
Football 1, 2. , 4 .-4,1-,135
ZMUDA, SUSAN -..Vocational, IOE Clerk-
Typlst, OEA 3, 4, Secr 3, 4.
ZUCCHERO, AMY - College Prep, Foreign
Language 1, 2, 3,,4:..Q'chestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 4, clI'UtlBCI,'BBITd, Committee, Jr.-Sr.
Prom Committaf 9l'Udent'Senate 4. I
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S. Abrams R. Adams T. Aeling K. Akins D. Allmon
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B. Alton C. Anderson K. Anderson
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C. Archbold R. Augustein D. Avery
J. Barker R. Barker T. Barnard
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R. Bates S. Reall M. Beatty
T. Belford T. Benecletti T. Benning
R. Berry D. Betz K. Beutler
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P. Bivens C. Black D. Blake J. Blake A. Bonds G. Bowman E, Boykin D. Brady M. Branon
K, Brewster R. Brienza E. Brigel P. Britton C. Brueske S. Brunner
T. Buckey M. Burkhart S. Burson
J. Campbell M. Carpenter D. Carter
L. Carter T. Cartwright C. Carver
L. Charpan M. Chenevey M. Clark
D. Clayton C. Cobbs D. Cobbs
M. Coffey W. Coffey D. Couchman
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E. Craig E. Craig E. Crider M. Crittenden B. Cuncliff R. Custar K. Damian L. Daniels C. Davis
The freshman officers
for the Class of Eighty-
Three were, lleft to
righti, President: Karen
tary: Sharlene Poland:
and Treasurer: Steph-
anie Pietrocola. Missing
from the picture is Vice-
President Todd Rich.
Advisors for the Class
of Eighty-Three were
Mr. William Carli Cleft!
and Mrs. Cynthia Vicars
M Davis J Dean K Dean T Dean L Degroff D Dehart Deiawder D. Devail B. Deverg
L Dlcko M Diehl K Dixon M Donohoe G Doss: T Dougan E Douglas S. Downing E, Dozier
R Dreger J. Durenda R. Eckert
J Edwards J. Edwards L, Edwards
C Eggleston K. Ellis K4 Fachinp
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S. Falcone L. Favazzo T. Fedor W. Ferguson L. Fiets D. Finley C. Fisher L. Fisher T. Fisher
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J. Floor S. Fluharty R. Fotheringham F, Freeze M. French R, French A, Furry D. Furry T. Gang
E. Gonzales K. Gorman
M. Gorman A. Graf
S. Gray L. Green
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S. Green M. Grimes
The Class of 1983 started their freshman year with a candle sale. They made two thousand
four hundred dollars on this project to start their treasury. The sale of Kit Kat, Reese's
Cups, and Hershey's candy bars helped them add to it in the spring. Following tradition, the
class voted for their colors, black and burgandy were chosen. The black panther is their
mascot, while their flower is the burgandy rose. Their motto: "To success we have the key,
for we're the class of eighty three." We've Only Just Begun is the class song.
R. Guy J. Hagge
K. Hairston A. Hancock J. Hanna
Steve Murphy - A y resHan . I
M. Hardie M. Harrington C. Harris l
E. Harrison F. Hartman A. Harvey S. Heuer R. Hill S, Hill
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C. Hollis L, Holly N. Holly T. Holmes R. Howell F. Howze
K. Himmelheber S. Halbert K. Hollaman
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R. Hume A. Hunter J. Huntsman
Krlst nderson, Cheryl Cobbs, Bonnie Pasco. "Scheemer" an
C. Husal G. Hutmacher
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S. lnherst M. Jackson
B. James B. Jewel
E. Johnson T. Johnson
T. Kidd J. Kidder
T. Kirksey A. Kiser
W. Kish D. Klein E. Kline L, Kohl J, Kuntzman
C. Lnlll S. Lanning J. Lare J. Lauer H. Lazer
Earl Pugh fo President
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J. Jones R. Jones A. Johnson C. Kelly
T. Kimble M. King M. Kirksey M. Kirksey
, anie ietrocola SP, shows her
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E. Leach G. Lewis A. Lias
J. Liebhert M. Linder A. Long
S. Lowman C. Loy G. Lynch
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K. MacDougall C. Mahoney P. Makin L Mancini P. Mangus R. Marconi B. Marini B. Mason R. Mathes
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M. Maxwell R. May R. May W. May T. Mazzie K. McCann D. McClain S, McClung J. McConnehay
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J. McCullough D. McDaniel E. McLendon R. McMahan D. McMasters T. McWhorter K. Metze K. Middleton J. Miles
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B. Miller C. Miller D. Miller D. Miller G. Miller J. Miller K. Miller M. Miller S. Miller
C. Minger C. Mitchell G. Mohr
R. Mohr C. Moler K. Moler
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A. Moore M. Moore R. Moore
O. Morgan R. Morris W. Morris
J. Mulinlx P. Mull M. Muniz
S. Murphy B. Myers M. Myers
H. Nester P. Newman S. Newman
C. Nichols G. Noling P. Noll 1 n
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L ' sy,,Sticker and Garilyn Doss
T. O'Neill R. O'Roark D. Orr - I '
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M. Orzo R. Ott N. Ouimette K. Oyster T. Oyster J, Palmer N, Parks B, Pasco M. Paxson
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J. Pence M. Petersberger E. Phillips B. Pierson C, Pierson S. Pietrocola J, Pisoni J. Palmer 5. Poland
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J. Poorman D. Pepa O. POYYQY M. Pucci E. Pugh T. Pugh S. Rae J. Ray B. Reda
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T. Rich L. Richmond C. Ridgeway B. Ritchie M. Roberts M. Rodgers T. Roller S. Rosser D. Rotuna
S. Rowe H. Russell J. Russo
R. Samons T. Sarver G. Saus
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J. Scott J. Seevers K. Settle
K. Sheets B. Sheetz D. Shipman F. Shonk C. Shrader T. Slhock M. Slusser J. Smith M. Smith
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L. Spurgeon T. Stargen M. Stellabot E. Stewart M. Stewart M. Sticker T. Stilloin R, Stone K. Stoval
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K. Stovall A. Stuchell B. Stuchell P. Sutherland K. Syme N. Syrne D. Szeiff L. Tennis J. Terrell
L. Terrell G. Thomas K. Thomas N. Thomas N. Thorpe T. Toney J. Triplett T. Triplett 5. Trummer
M. Tschappett G. Tucker V. Underwood
C. Upshaw L. Venables A. Vien
I G. Virclen D. Vitalari V. Vogel
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S. Wade B. Walborn J. Walker
D. Ward S. Wells J. Wheeler D. White M. White C. Williams J, Williams R. Williams M. Williamson
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R. Yeager R. Yeager S. Yeagley B. Zmuda
B. Zuccero A. Zumbar D. Zumkehr C. Zurbrugg
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J. Bycraft P. Cabassa J, Cameron
T. Cambell A. Cannon J. Carli
D. Cartwright G. Chambers S, Chapman
L. Christen S. Clark D. Coe
A. Conner V. Covington K. Curry
T Curtns S. Custer K. Daniels
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C. Edgar D. Eggleston
J. Everson J, Eynon
L. Favazzo P. Ferral
L- Flllelle J. FOYUWY J. Fosnaught J. Foster P. Foy R. Franklin L. Fraraccio K. Freeders
The class of Erghty Two had
officers for the 19791980
school year They were lm
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Saundra Goldman Presndent
Lisa Polmorr Vrce Presrdent
Secretary, Julie Eversong
Treasurer, Jeff Holbrook.
Shown here are sophomore
advisors, Miss Susan Shuster
and Mr. Jerry Hammerton.
D. French M. Furry T. Gang K. Games N. Games J, Gorby S. Goldman
J. Harrington C. Harris P. Harris
M. Gorman M. Graham G. Gray
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J. Greene J, Grinter L, Gulling J. Haidet B. Hall M. Hancox
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Socks and T shirts bearing the Aviator logo were the first fund raisers for
the Sophomore class They broke even on these products which were
supplied by the E R Moore Company Next they sold popcorn and
popcorn supplies from the Family Treat Company which added three
hundred dollars to the class treasury Following the popcorn sales came
the sale of Christmas wrapping paper. A profit of seven hundred dollars
was made toward the prom goal. A sale of Dunbury candy bars brought
the class three hundred dollars in earnings. Looking ahead to the prom
expenses of next year, the class of eighty-two had plans, at the time of
this publication, to sell Easter Candy from the Family Treat Company in
E- Hatcher J- HND? K' Haunt A. Hawkins C. Hawkins D. Haynes
R, Headley R. Hackman P. Heddleston
S. Heslep D, Hess M. Hess
B. Heuer T. Hinerman S. Hirvela
D. Hoge J. Holbrook R. Hollamon
R Holloway T Holly K House
J. Howze G. Huntsman L. Hurford
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E. May S. May
P. McMillin M. McPherson
N. McPherson M. Merryman
T. Metzger B Middleton
D. Miller V. Mitchell D. Myers
L. Myers B. Naugle M. Naugle J Neel J. Nerri
Gary Chamber Brian Glendeninf
B. Nichols L. Nichols P, Niner
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T. Schaffer M. Schlemmar L. Schultz
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J, Steen C, Stewart T. Stewart C. Stiffler D. Stillion L. Stoff D. Stovall R. Summers D. Sutherland
J. Swartz L. Syme S. Taschwer K. Thomas C, Trainer T. Trainer J. Trieff D. Vanderkar S. Vanwy
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T. Aldridge C. Antram J. Avery
J. Ayers P, Ayres B. Baker
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K. Baxter C. Beadles W, Beatty
W. Bench K. Bennett F. Bernart
M. Berry L. Betz M. Biggar
C, Binion K. Bishop C. Bivins
B. Akins L. Aldridge
J. Bondoni L. Boring J. Branan L. Branan B. Brandon L. Britton
D. Brown D. Brown T. Burley R. Butcher R. Cannon P. Carlisle
S. Carlson N. Chardenet M. Chen
M. Cibulas D. Cironi K. Clymore
M. Coldsnow L. Congelio B- COUCl'lmaf1
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L. Donohoe J. Donovan R, Dozier D. Dufresne C. Duke C. Duro D. DUY0 DL Ebeflll
Officers for the class of
eighty-one during the
1979-1980 school year
were, lin photo at left, left
to rightl, Robin Williams,
Presidentg Cory Fraraccio,
Vice Presidentg Secretary,
Lisa Aldridgeg Treasurer,
Brenda Akins. Pictured be-
low are junior advisors
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l.. Edgar A. Edgell D. Egan J. Emery L. Essinger K. Estock J. Falcone R. Faulk D. Favazzo
G. Feller P. Ferguson D, Finclling D. Floor B. Fogle V. Foster R. Fox C. Fraraccio R. Freeman
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H. Gantz S. Gard L- Garrison
D. Gaume R. Geist R. George
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During the fall of their junior year, the Class of Eighty One sold products
from the Wisconsin Cheese and Sausage Company. Due to the good
results of this sale, the class decided not to participate in any more
money makers this year. Plans grew and regular prom committee meet-
ings were held as the class prepared for its May dance.
L. Goshorn A. Grimes K. Guiler
G. Hagge D. Haidet A. Hamilton
C' Hanwx T' Harlan V. Harrington
J- Harrison D. Hawkins C, Haynes M. Heards B. Heckman K. Helsel
R. Henke E. Henry C. Herderick J, Hershberger L. Heslep C. Heler P. Hickman M. Hill P. Hippely
C. Hopper T. Horner A. Howell S. Hume S. Hunt
L. Hurford S. Isaac A. Jackson D. Janover J. Jenkins
B. Hoebeke K. Hofius J. Holbrook M. Holland
D. Johnson M. Johnson T. Jorden A. Jorney 5. Kallas
K. Kehr D. Kelly G. Kidder D. Kiel
J . Kimbel
M. Kinnard D. Kirksey L. Kline J. Kocher
T. Kotolup L. Kriner D. Lab A Lalh E Lambert J Lambert
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L. Middleton T. Miller S. Mitchell
S. Mohr K. Morettini R. Morrison
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R. Swaggett T. Sykes D. Tanner
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89 PATHWAYSX ADMINISTRATION
Top photo: lL to Rl Assistant Superintendent Mr. Charles Reiger,
Superintendent Dr. R. G. Hamrick, and Assistant Superintendent
Mr. David Becker. Bottom photo: "Board of Educationng row 1 ll
to rl: Miss Marjorie Cook and Mrs. Betty Schaper. Row 2 ll to rl:
Mr. Bruce Wiegel, Miss Marguerite Hillman, and Clerk Treasurer
Mr. Raymond Vandayburg.
HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS
IN SCHOOL SUSPENSION
SENIOR BLOOD DONOR
NEW SCHOOL 8: EQUIP.
NEW PRINCIPAL 8:
OFFICIAL SCHOOL RING
OFFICIAL SCHOOL CREST
DEDICATED LEN DAWSON
STUDENT BOARD OF
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Below: Mr. Wamsley, principal. Right: Mr. Webb, assistant X
principal. Below Right: Mr. D'Eramo, assistant principal. Bot-
tom Right: Mr. D'Eramo shows his pep. Bottom Left: Seated: K
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Emery. Top Right: Mrs. McClintock. Middle Left: Viv Pansino and Jill Oesch, "Do you
have an appointment?". Lower Left: Kris Haupt uses the copier. Above ll.. to RJ: Mr.
Puls, Mrs. Carli, Mrs, Mehler, Mrs. Jackson, Mr. Evans and Mrs. Welser.
92 PATHWAYSX FACULTY
Directly above: Vocational Coordinator
Mr. McMillen. Top center: Adult Edu-
cation Coordinator Mr. Smith. Top
right: Mr, Volk, Adult Education and
Vocational Director. Directly right:
Teacher Supervisor Mr. Zelasko. Stu-
dyhall Supervisors - Directly below: Mr.
Smith. Middle right: Mr. Round. Bote
tom left: Mrs. Estock. Bottom right:
TEACHER of the YEAR
93 PATHWAYS f FACULTY RECOGNITION
On May 16, Mr. Robert Arbogast became
the first vocational instructor to be named
Teacher of the Year.
Other nominees included Mrs. Armitage,
Mr. Austin, Mr. Carli and Mr. Seavy. These
candidates were chosen by the FTA, while
the entire student body made the final
choice. The result of the election was kept
confidential until the assembly was held.
A short biography of the chosen teacher
was read by Laura Johnson, FTA presi-
dent, giving clues to who the winner may
be, but not naming him. The story included
the following: he was born in Uhrichsville,
Ohio, he graduated from Collinwood High
School and K.S.U., he has taught Machine
Trades at A.H.S. for nineteen yearsg he
was a non-commissioned airplane captain,
in charge of a dive bomber, in the U.S.
Marine Corpsg he is married with one son
.. and one daughter. At this point it was evi-
dent that the 1980 Teacher of the Year
was Mr. Arbogast.
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Mrs. Ann Welser, a counselor at A.H.S. for the past eight
years, is the sole member of the high school faculty to
retire. Her guidance with both educational and personal
matters will long be appreciated. The following is a short
After seventeen years of marriage and four children, Mrs.
Welser started as a freshman at K.S.U. in 1949. Her first
post-graduate job was director of food services for the
Akron Polsky restaurants. She spent the next six years
owning and operating her own restaurant. She started her
career in public education at Patrick 'Henry Jr. High in
Cleveland, then went to K.S.U. as a dorm director while
completing her Master's degree. She then spent the next
three years living in Mexico City and Guadalahara. After-
wards Mrs. Welser went back to K.S.U. as a dorm director
to start work on a Ph.D., but found that she didn't like the
"new" K.S.U. and was lucky enough to find a "home" at
Alliance High School where she helped open the beautiful
new high school. ln addition Mrs. Welser thanks God that
she has had these past eight years to close the book on her
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Top right: Row 1 lL to Rl: N. Scarbino, J. Huff, G. Hinerman, B. Barkus. Row 2 lL to Rl: T. Hoover, J. DeGroff, T. Sihock. Row 3 ll. to Rl: G.
Grubb, G. LeForte, R. Davis.
Directly above: Kneeling lL to Rl: B. Harlan and B. Dailey. Seated, row 1 lL to Rl: R. Shonk, J. Thompson, G. Peate, R. Cameron, H. Johnson, M.
Bilcze, M. Kiel. Standing, row 2 lL to Rl: H. Mottern, J. Cannon, J. McGowan, F. Montini, M. Noll, M. Williamson, J. House, B. Antram, E.
Falcone. Row 3 lL to Rl: J, Abrams, J. McClowry, N. Russo, S. Schuller, H. Miller, R. Schell, l. Kirksey, G. Stauffenger. Not shown are A. Serge
and T. Utterback.
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2. Mr. Arbogast - Vocational 1.
-. 3. Mrs. Armitage - Language Arts
4. Mr. Artino - Vocational
5. Mrs. Austin - Science I
6. Mr. Austin - Science
7. Mr. Baller - Language Arts
lst "' 'Ll 'S All l "' B. Mr. Bert - Vocational
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10. Mr. Bosick - Social Studies
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14. Mrs. Brumbaugh - Business Ed.
A , , 15. Mr. Brunner - Art
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Mrs. Draggett 4 Foreign Language
Miss Esway - Vocational
Mr. Fails - Social Studies
Mr. Foust - Math
Mr. Greene - Vocational
Mr. Hammerton - Science
Mr. Hanson - Science
Mr. Harper - Reading
Mr. Hlsey - Music
Mr. Hupp - Vocational
Mr. Johnson - Driver's Ed.
Mr. Kantor - Language Arts
Mr. Kekic - lndustrial Arts
Miss Kilcullen - Home Ec.
Mrs, Kirk - Vocational
Mr. Kirk - lndustrial Arts
Mr. Kortyna - Driver's Ed.
Mr. Krelner - Work Study
Mrs. Kuceyeski - Work Study
Mr. Kuceyeski - Physical Ed.
Mrs. Kuhaneck - Language Arts
Mrs. Laughlin - Language Arts
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Special Note: The above photo-
graph was taken at 11:00 at
night from the top of a porch
roof across from the high school.
We owe special thanks to Ohio
Edison for turning out the street
lights. The photo shows people
walking backwards with flash-
lights to their faces during a 2
min. time exposure. School
pushers: Lisa Perry and Julie
Kandel. Opposite pageg Bottom:
Chronicle catcher Gina Gainor
tries to out fox RAB staffer Andy
Howell. This pageg Bottom: Mr.
This page upper left Steve Hutmacher and Krxstm
upper right Freshmen attendant Krlstnn Anderson
and her escort Steve Hutmacher Jumor attendant
Kim Rogers and her escort Chrls Parlontnern Queen
Gall Jellnson and her escort Rach Summers Semor
attendant Lynne Pmkerton and her escort Stuart
Tolle and Sophomore attendant Lnsa Polmorr and
her escort Clay Brown
Opposite page top left Lynne Pinkerton and Stuart
top right Kim Rogers and Chrns Parlontnerr
Bottom left Gall lellxson and Rnch Summers
Homecoming week festuvmes were enjoyed by many
this year Attendance at the dance was greater than
previous years and AHS Homecoming was a defnmte
Tuesday Nomlnatuons made by fall sports teams
and cheerleaders for queen court and escorts
started out Homecoming week Up for freshman
attendant were Kristen Anderson Mnssy Sticker
Vlckl Vogel and Kns Wnlson Sophomore candn
dates were Path Cabassa Jrll Eynon Llsa Polin
ort and Missy Popovxch Jumor possnbnlmes were
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Jill Barker Kim Moretmi Charlene Pasco Kim
Rogers and Amy Stone Nominated for queen
and semor attendant were Gir a Gainor Gail Jelli
son Lynn Pinkerton and Kathy Schreckengost
Wednesday Voting took place during homeroom
period and attendants and the two queen candi
dates were announced at the end of the day
Freshman attendant Kristen Anderson Sopho
more attendant Lisa Polmori Junior attendant
Kim Rogers and the two candidates for queen
Lynn Pinkerton and Gail Jellison
Thursday The candidates and attendants were intro
duced to the crowd during a bonfire at the Youth
Center Coach Tonges Stuart Tolle and Jeff Rus
sell commented on the upcoming Friday night
game against Youngstown South and the cheer
leaders helped to generate enthusiasm.
Friday: At the Homecoming pep rally the class atten-
dants and queen candidates were introduced to
the student body and faculty along with their es-
corts. Escorts chosen were: Clay Brown Steve
Hutmacher, Chris Parlontieri, Richard Summers,
and Stuart Tolle. Queen Gail Jellison was crowned
by 1978 queen Lisa Baier at a pregame ceremo-
ny. Despite the strong efforts of the Aviators,
Alliance suffered a crushing defeat of 20-6.
Saturday: Warm weather and clear, starry skies set
the mood for the annual Homecoming dance
sponsored by Student Senate. Music for the disco
theme "I Love the Nightlife" was presented by
WZZP's discotrak. The queen and her court en-
joyed a solo dance with their escorts. A good time
was shared by all.
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As an "experiment" directed under Mr.Steve Kantor, the fall
production of the Thornton Wilder hit, "The Skin of Our
Teeth", was a success.
The two performanced on November 16th and 17th were
unique from any other AHS production. Based on a plot of
survival, the characters enacted the performance with mime
faces, which added considerably to the haphazard fashion of
The team effort along with the combined efforts of the back-
stage committees produced successful results and is one more
success to be put down in Alliance High School's history
opposite page: top leftg L. Philippi and D. Vanderkar
top right: A Graf
bottom leftg K. Sponseller
bottom right, S. Martin
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Q' Your Boat" and "Jingle Bells"
" 2 Next: G. Sarver, Next: G. Lauer and L. Pyers
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You re a Good Man Charlte Brown
What goes mto a mustcal'7 The answer many long hours of hard dedicated work
cooperatnon and the spxnt to do the best job one posszbly can The result rs two
mghts of enjoyment for the audzence and the sattsfactzon of a job well done
The muslcal You re a Good Man Charlne Brown revolved around a typrcal day
sn the life of Charles Schultz s famed Charlle Brown and the rest of the Peanuts
Gang Everything seems to go wrong throughout Charlte Brown s day whnch
ranges from Valentme s Day to the ever hopeful baseball game then to supper
txme No matter what goes wrong lt ns all summed up nn the song Happmess
with the thought that through lnfe s many trrals happmess can be found rn the
smallest of thzngs
Under the dxrectxon of Mr Steve Kantor who was anded by the commrttees the
orchestra under Mr Rtchard Zurakowskn and the productron staff the stage was
set and the long hours of work materralxzed mto a successful performance
Mr Kantor added chorus to the ongnnal mne cast members The cast members
were portrayed as very small chnldren To make thts belnevable the set consnsted
of very large blocks whmch served to dwarf the student actors The cooperatmon
and devotton of everyone mvolved are truly what goes mto the success of a
musical luke You re a Good Man Charlxe Brown
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110 PATHWAYSfBLOOD DAY
The Senior Class had their work Cut out for them
Monday, May 12, when the annual class sponf
sored Red Cross Bloodmohile project got under-
way To Maintain the tradition, set over the six
past years, of each class surpassing the amount
collected hy the preceding Class, the IQHU Class
passed the 219 mark The class set a new record
nl 2515 pints
Seniors solicited donations from Classmates who
were 17 years and older ln addition donations
were recieved from West Branch students, com-
munity citizens, and farulty memhers
General Chairmen for the project were Dana
Mehnert and Gwen Sarver Gallons committee
chairpersons included 49 seniors Chairperson of
the Registration Committee Becky Davis, Chair-
person of the Business Committee - Lucy Es'
singerg Chairman of the Escort Committee - .left
Russell and Chairperson of the Canteen Commit-
tee Marianne Wiese
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Opposite page, top right: Greg Burr, Opp. page, bottom: Jeff Russell, This page, top left: Lisa Aldridge gets her temperature taken while Dawn
Vesey looks on.
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Sponsored by Student Senate, the 1980 Sweetheart Dance carried
the theme "Royal Flush" and was held on Saturday, February 16 in
the high school cafeteria. Music for the relatively small crowd which
attended, was furnished by WZZP's Discotrak. Also featured as a
part of the festivities were six seniors, a king, a queen, two atten-
dants, and their escorts. Voting by the entire student body took
place in the homeroom a few days previous to the dance, during
which Jeff Russell was chosen to be King and Lynne Pinkerton was
crowned queen. Gail Jellison and Gina Gainor were the two atten-
dants, escorted by Dana Mehnert and Jim Borton.
Top left: Cory Fraraccio and Deloris Dehart.
Top right: Gina Gainor, Gail Jellison, Lynne Pinkerton, Jeff Russell, Jim Borton,
Middle: Queen Lynne Pinkerton and King Jeff Russell.
Juniors and seniors enjoyed a journey through the stars as they
attended the prom May 3, 1980. Brooks' Banquet Center served
as the setting for the celestial ball. The theme "Wish Upon A
Star" was carried out with decorations made by members of the
junior class. Silver stars and shining streamers hung from the
ceiling giving the dance a heavenly atmosphere.
Refreshments were served buffet style throughout the evening as
couples danced to the music of the Avenue Band. Being the first
year it was not held in the high school gym, prom night proved to
be an enjoyable evening as well as a success.
Upper Left: The Avenue Band
Upper Right: M. Dhayer and B. McMinn
Bottom Left: K. Smith and guest, A, Carroll and B. Harrington.
Bottom Right: S. Argaez and A. Wert
Top: R. Pierce and L. Shultz, R. Zinkhon and L, Harris Bottom left: S.
Standish and K. Rogers Bottom right: C. Vicars and A. Pucci
BUYS INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL
American Dlvlalon National Division
Mean Machine 5-0 Chic 5-0
SALT 3-2 Coney Island 3-2
Jazz 3 2 Utopia 2 3
Uncle Jams 3 2 Men from Mordol 1 4
OED 1 4 Wanderers 1 4
Hot Shots 1 5
Mean Machine won the champnonshnp with a score of
30 28 over Chic
Parlontlen Back row B Holmes T Hawkins R Summers B
Grimes and R Taylor
Team Photo, first row - P. Lalli, J. Borton, K. Smith, and C.
BOYS INTRAMURAL VOLLEYALL
'American Division Nltlonal Dlvlllon
Red Eye Express 15-0 Weekend Warriors 14-1
Mean Machine 10-5 Salt + Pepper 10-5
Q.E.D. 9-6 Dr. Slam + Setups 7-8
Revolution 3-12 Men from Mordor 7-8
Unknown 0-15 Devils Brigade 0-15
In a best out of three game championship, Red Eye
Express beat Mean Machineg 15-8, 13-15, and 18-16.
First Row: Mr. Bosick and Mr. Blackstone. Second Row: Mr.
Austin, Mr. Carli, Mr. Seavy, Ret, Mr. Ballor, Mr. Grub, and Mr.
Row 1, L-R - L. Spurgeon,
T. Newman, L. Pyers, L.
Aldrigde, S. Carlson, and
S. King. Row 2, L-R - T,
Sutherland, O. Porter, B.
Markley, B. Hall, C. Mur-
phy, M. Cibulas, S. Mas-
trek, L. Tennis, and A.
Hunter. Row 3, L-R - C.
Duro, L. Vien, L, Phillipi,
L. Sandahl, G. Dossi, S.
Pletrocola, M. Parlontieri,
C. Domenick, E. lwono, J.
Barker, C. Pasco, A.
Stone, M. Popavich, Row
4, L-R - B. Sheetz, B.
Gonci, L. Johnson, J.
Everson, L. Harsh, S.
Wamsley, L. Polonori, B.
Grlmes, K. Himmelheber,
P. Foy, M. Wagoner.
119 PATHWAYSX NEWS
STEPPIN' INTO THE EIGHTIES
With the closing of the 70's and the begin-
ning of the 80's, many people are reminisc-
ing about the past and thinking about what's
in store for the future.
The 70's were a time of war and rejoicing.
The early 70's still had the Vietnam War,
but by the mid 70's the war was over and
America was preparing for the Bicentennial.
1976 was a year of relaxation and enjoy-
ment, the Bicentennial was in full swing and
the country elected a good 'ole boy for
president. However, the decade went out
with tragedy, as hostages were taken in the
U.S. Embassy in Iran.
So, what can the 80's have in store? Maybe .
. . no television, just videotape . . . complete-
ly computerized McDonald's . . . more spirit
at A.H.S .... World War III, These could
happen, although no one knows for sure
what the future will bring. We'll just have to
sit back and wait.
gig' '- 'M
DECADE: A SCENE OF CHANGE
Top left, The retirement center built on the site of
the old high school.
Left, Freedom square is remodeled.
Above rt, A new high school is built.
Above, Alliance City Hospital builds an addition.
Below, LoDanos Shoe Store builds a new street
corner at Union 8: State.
Not photographed would include gasoline prices
l1.25 per gallonl, a new post office, Nicholas Buick
burns to the ground, and a new physical education
building at Mount Union College lstartedl.
120 PATHWAYS f NEWS
UP ON THE
Look! Up in the sky! lt's a bird! lt's a plane!
No, it's a new roof, thanks to actions taken
by R. G. Hamrick against the Celotex Com-
pany of Tampa, Florida and to the G8:M
Roofing Company of Louisville, Ohio. After
numerous leaks were discovered in the roof,
Dr. Hamrickgfiled a suit for a total cost of
S500,000. When the companies learned of
this, they sent inspectors to look at the roof.
The inspectors saw the deteriorated and
cracked roof and offered to replaced it with-
out any action in court. lt was later discov-
ered that the damage was the result of faul-
ty materials supplied by the Celotex Co. The
original plan was to replace the roof in two
parts. The first section was being worked on
during the fall of 1979 and was completed in
November '79. At the time of publication,
the second section had not yet been started.
Many students were suspended for "skip-
ping" this year, although it was not for skip-
ping classes. School officials cracked down
on students who skipped ahead of other
students while waiting in lunch lines. Be-
cause of students' complaints, Mr. Wamsley
made an announcement that any student
caught skipping the lines at lunch would be
given a three day suspension. Even with the
warning, students were caught and suspend-
Soon after the students realized that the
school meant business, lunch lines became
longer and 'skipping' was left for classes.
For the first time in the history of the new high
school, students at AHS did not get a chance
to use any of their allotted snow days.
Many a night did students sit by the radio and
hope that Alliance would be added to the list
of other local school closings, but no such luck
would occur, Alliance was fortunate enough
to have the rougher side of winter pass it by
Here's hoping that next year, students will get
a chance to sleep in and not worry about the
test they didn't study for!
Once again, the annual closing of the smoking
area and the posting of the students responsi-
ble occured at AHS in 1980.
Despite the groans, the school officials shut
down the smoking area after students defied
the rules that accompany the switching of en-
trance doors from the west side of the building
to the south side.
lt appeared that the area would not be
opened again, except for an idea of two AHS
students who suggested to Mr. Wamsley, that
if he re-opened the smoking area, students
would offer to clean it every Tuesday and
The idea was approved, and before the com-
ing of Spring, the smoking area was opened
From March 14 to March 22, Clark Dohrmann
of the Class of 81 represented Alliance High
School as a winner of the American Legion
Americanism Test. Eighteen people from Ohio
travelled to tour Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for
one and a half days, Williamsburg, Va. for two
and a half days, and Washington D.C. for four
Among the activities Clark participated in were
complete tours of all the cities he visited and he
also had the honor of lunching with Congress-
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WFAH, Alliance's biggest radio station, in an
effort to gain a larger audience, made format
changes which included their name.
A change was
made from the easy listening
to rock and roll. Another
change was the playing of non-stop music for a
full hour. Easy listening moved to AM, where
the name remained WFAH. Station Manager,
Dick Elliot, felt this would benefit the station
overall as a new transmission tower was added
to improve quality and broadcast distance of
ALL MY BEST
Although Journey, J. Geils, and Van
Halen were big attractions at the
Richfield Coliseum, they were "Pea-
nuts" compared to the awesome pop-
ularity of Slim Whitman.
Slim, a big star in England, was voted
most popular male artist for four
years in a row there. To add to this,
he has sold, in England, more records
than Elvis and the Beatles!
This year, Slim went on national tele-
vision to advertise "All My Best", an
album featuring his biggest sellers of
England. The album soared to num-
ber one on the charts and will, no
doubt, dominate the position for the
next twenty years!
Slim even made it to the Coliseum.
For two hours he held the sell-out
audience captive with his one and
only OH OOOOHHHI-l's. Among the
songs enjoyed by this horrendous
crowd were hits such as "Rose Ma-
rie", "Vaya con Dios", "Red River
Valley", and the all popular "Una Pa-
Yes, Slim will be remembered fondly
for ages by all who have had the for-
tune of experiencing this 'master-of-
This year, there was a special event
concerning the AHS choirs and cho-
rus. A group of Canadians from East-
view Secondary School in Barry, On-
tario performed at AHS.
Their concert choir consisted of ap-
proximately seventy-five students of
grades eleven to thirteen.
They arrived at AHS on Friday, April
18, around noon. After a tour of the
high school, they had lunch in the
cafeteria, rehearsed with the Acap-
pella Choir, and performed that even-
ing at 7:30 p.m. in the AHS audito-
The program was opened with our
Madrigal Ensemble, who were later
joined by other members of the Acap-
pella Choir. The Eastview Concert
Choir opened its performance, joined
by the AHS Acappella Choir singing
"With My Whole Heart". The Cana-
dians proceeded with their Eastview
Girls' Choir, Boys' Choir, and a Bar-
Mr. David Wittick, Eastview's direc-
tor, presented Mr. Lanny Hisey and
Mr. Wamsley with commemorative
plates as a gift of friendship between
the two schools and countries. Fol-
lowing their performance, the Canadi-
ans were assigned hosts for the night,
who housed them until Saturday
morning, when they began their long
journey back to Canada.
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The T-shirt craze. Everybody, everywhere
seems to be wearing T-shirts. Big shirts,
small shirts, college shirts, Ziggy shirts, as a
matter of fact, there were T-shirts that said
almost anything you wanted to say or
showed anything you wanted to show.
T-shirts are not new, but they are becoming
increasingly popular for the promotional
benefits of many rock groups. ln addition,
another hot seller included pictures of stars
T-shirts are such big business that some
stores are built strickly for selling iron-ons
for T-shirts. Time will tell just how long the
fad will last.
PRESENTS . . .
Remember crusing the strip and hanging
around at the local spot? Well, last year the
local spot was not so local. Many students
began to "hang out" in Clevelandg the
Cleveland Coliseum, that is.
The Coliseum was the sight of many Rock-
and-Roll concerts. Some of the attractions
were Van Halen, Journey, J. Geils, and of
course Slim Whitman. Although there are
such big turnouts for these events, many
kids can't afford the price of tickets, espe-
cially with the price going higher than eight
Even with the price, many students still sit by
the radio to hear, "Belkin Productions Pre-
sents . . . " hopefully naming their favorite
MIMES, ARCHERY, REFQRM
The students at AHS were subjected
to a number of special events this
year. Among them were assemblies
on archery, mime, and alcoholism.
The archery expert who came to the
AHS gym was Bob Markworth. He
showed students many different kinds
of bows while he told the history of
them. Markworth also went around
the gym showing the audience how a
compound bow works. Also in the
show was Mayana, Markworth's assis-
tant. Mayana bravely held a balloon in
her teeth as a blindfolded Markworth
shot an arrow through the balloon.
The pantomime team of Micah and
Laura Bertin thrilled and delighted
students and faculty alike. Among the
skits they performed were, the first
date, a brick wall that was a barrier
between them, and a child on her first
visit to the dentist.
On a more serious side, they did a skit
about a little girl all alone in a toy
shop. To end their show, Micah and
Laura performed an unrehearsed skit
from a suggestion in the audience.
Loren Bishop was the speaker who
talked on the evils of drugs and alco-
hol. His speaking was of personal ex-
periences because he, himself, was a
reformed alcoholic. Bishop is now a
speaker who loves a chance to talk to
students, saying that, "If l help only
one of you here, then it was worth it."
Bishop spent the rest of the day at
AHS going to various classrooms and
speaking to the students personally.
Alliance High School has many attrac-
tions, and a few of its best are its
talented vocal groups. Not only do
they perform at the high school, but
they have entertained various local
organizations and taken part in many
competitions as well. Under the direc-
tion of Mr. Lanny Hisey, these groups
ACAPPELLA CHOIR: Officers are
elected each year for this choir. The
1979-80 roster consisted of Cindy
Lattimer, President, assisting her was
Vice President Susie King. Pam Ro-
defer performed dual duties as Secre-
tary-Treasurer, she was aided by Bill
Underwood, Assistant Secretary-
Treasurer. The Acappella Choir per-
formed in the high school's Christmas
and Spring concerts, and gave a sam-
pling of those concerts at special in-
school assemblies. Singing with the
choir this year were four very special
students - exchange students, Sylvia
Argaez and Mauricio Garcia from Bo-
gata, Colombia, and Felicity Harty
from South Africa. Aurora Stranges
who came from ltaly and now resides
in Alliance also sang with the group.
Various ensembles are chosen from
the Acappella Choir, such as Boys'
Ensemble, Girls' Ensemble, and the
MADRIGALS: Members of this en-
semble are chosen by audition from
the Acappella Choir. The Madrigals
had a full schedule this year, singing
at banquets, club meetings, and par-
ticipating in contests such as the So-
lon competition. They also per-
formed for the Kiwanis and Lions
Clubs, the Golden Agers, and at var-
ious Christmas programs. During Na-
tional Music Week, the Madrigals per-
formed at the Square in downtown
Alliance. A special highlight of this
year was the visit from a Barry, On-
tario high school choir, sponsored by
our choirs. To end the season, the
Acappella Choir had a special dinner
at Country Manor Restaurant where
they presented Mr. Hisey with a gold
pocket watch in appreciation for his
time and efforts.
CHORUS: These young singers per-
formed twice this year at both the
Christmas and Spring concerts at the
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In March, the Red and Blue entered a
Journalistic competition sponsored
by the Northeastern Ohio Student
Press Association lNOSPAl at Kent
State University, in the news maga-
On April 15th, at NOSPA's annual
convention, the RAB was awarded
first place. For the RAB's outstanding
efforts they received a certificate of
recognition, statewide recognition
and a newspaper style book. This was
the RAB's first entry into competition
in several years.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Fall 1979: J. Porter, J. Emery, S.
King, B. Blosser, G. Sarver, L. John-
son, S. Stroup, G. Lauer and C.
Spring 1980: M. Hanna, B. Grimes,
B. Holmes, J. Miller, B. McDaniel,
R. Definbaugh, G. Gainor, S. May,
M. Chen, T. Mason, J. Jones, J.
Ruff, C. Flenniken, A. Zucchero, C.
Nichols, D. Vesey, P. Ayers, C.
Dohrmann, J. McCallum, M. Lee-
man, M. Cibulas, R. Henke, J. Harri-
son, T. Grimes, A. Jorney, L. Hur-
ford, K. Bennett, A. Stone, M. Kin-
nard, J . Kandel, B. Baker, S. Rosen-
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The 70's were host to some of the most
troubled times in history in regards to the
Mid-East. An industrialized world thirst for
oil willingly met the greedy monetary de-
mands of a handful of Arab countries who
were rich in petroleum and eager to exploit
it. One of the most noteworthy of these
countries was Iran.
This relatively large country of the Arab
world had some of the worlds most lifeless
deserts, worst sandstorms, and a compara-
tively small population. However, it is
perched atop literal oceans of oil with ready
access to the Persian Gulf and supertankers
carrying crude throughout the world.
The government consisted of a royal monar-
chy for centuries, ousted in the 40's by reb-
els, and then reinstalled with aid from the
U.S., with Shah Muhamed Rheza Puhlavi as
its head, He was a very Pro-U.S. monarch
and served as a moderating force among
some of the more radical mideastern coun-
With the dawning of the energy crisis in
1973 and the rapid influence of western oil
dollars pouring into Arabia, the Iranian lifes-
tyle changed radically, or at least the Shah's
did. He had ambitions of Iran becoming a
world power and began turning dollars into
military might by purchasing vast quantities
of arms from the U.S. and Europe. High
technology equipment was being imported
in still greater quantities each year and a
staggering numbers of foreign laborers and
technicians were hired to educate Iranians
and build installations for both military use
and civilian housing. All this investment,
however didn't necessarily please the peo-
ple. The ways of Islam have never really
been clearly understood by Christians, and
our understanding isn't getting much better.
A strong movement toward developing an
Islamic Theocracy was taking place. Citizens
violently opposed to the Shah were being
arrested in greater numbers every day by
the Iranian secret police "Savak." The ma-
jority of the population needed a strong
leader to carry their "revolution" to victory,
and the Ayatollah Khomeini, living in exile in
France, was the one to whom they rallied.
Violence in the streets of Iran became com-
monplace. The military had increasing diffi-
culty controlling the mobs. Iranian students
on Visas overseas rioted. Finally, the Shah,
abdicted his throne and left for the U.S. to
seek asylum and treatment for his cancer. In
a glorious fanfair the Ayatolla stepped off
the plane in Tehran and a new era of Mos-
lem rule began in Iran.
Immediately, relations between the U.S. and
Iran went from bad to worse. Oil production
and export fell dramatically in an effort to
make the world feel Iran's power. Repeated
and louder demands for returning the Shah
for trial were heard and the U.S. became
Iran's biggest scapegoat in history, recieving
the dubious title of "The Great Satan".
Meanwhile, the Shah was traveling from
country to country seeking assylum and flee-
ing from Moslem Assassins. The Iranians de-
cided to resort to force, or more accurately,
blackmail. On the morning of Sunday, No-
vember 4th, a massive crowd gathered
about the walls of the U.S. embassy in Teh-
ran. The chain-link gates yeilded to bolt cut-
ters and a massive crowd of "students",
supposedley acting on their own, rushed in
to seize the embassy. The marines held them
off with tear gas and bolted doors as long as
possible while secret documents were de-
stroyed, but finally succumened without fir-
ing a shot. The militants bound and gagged
the embassy personel and marines while
vowing they wouldn't set their hostages free
until the Shah was returned. The situation
became a test of wills between President
Carter and the Ayatollah, with neither side
giving in. The west began to impose severe
economic sanctions on Iran, severely curtail-
ing their economy, but the officials and "stu-
dents" holding the hostages would not yield.
After the seizure of the hostages, the the
World court in La Hague ordered the imme-
diate release of the hostages and condemed
Iran for violating international law. The only
response from the Iranian government was a
telegram saying that the World court had no
During the night of April 25th, six American
C-130's and eight RH-53 helicopters from
the carrier Nimity headed for Iran in an at-
tempt to rescue the hostages. Immediately
before staging the rescue attempt, only five
helicopters were still operational, six being
considered the safe minimum. A decision
was made to abort the mission.
In the darkness a helicopter collided with a
freshly refueled C-130 and an extreme con-
flagration engulfed the two aircrafts. Ammu-
nition was exploding and by the time the
flames subsided, eight servicemen were
dead. The commandos escaped in the re-
maining C-130's and the White House an-
nounced the failure of the operation.
What followed was a barrage of criticism and
denouncement from nearly every country in
the world, particularly the Arabs and Rus-
sians. The bodies of the dead American ser-
vicemen were put on display in the streets of
Tehran and the hostages were dispersed to
various parts of the country, this was to
discourage another rescue attempt. Other
matters of world importance began to take
priority over the endless hostage crisis and
on May 29th, the Iranian captors, backed by
the Khomeini government reiterrated their
demands for the return of the Shah, vowing
to not release the hostages until then.
As of Sept. 10, 1980 the hostages had still
not been released.
The 1980 Winter Olympics proved to
be both spectacular and disastrous for
the United States team.
For the first time in history, a United
States competitor won five gold med-
als, the most ever for an individual
effort. The man was Eric Heideng his
sport was speed skating. To add to
this fabulous streak came the surpris-
ing U.S. Hockey Team, composed
mostly of college students, the team
defeated the world champion Russian
team, in the last game of the finals, to
capture the gold.
However, not all of the members re-
presenting the U.S. were so fortu-
nate. Tragedy struck when an injury
kept the figure skating team of Randy
Gardner and Tai Babylonia from per-
forming in the Olympics.
All in all, the U.S.A. Olympic team
had one of its best showings in the
1980 Winter Olympics than ever be-
An amateur athlete may have many
goals that he or she strives for. Bet-
tering personal records is a challenge
to anyone who competes. For the
best, there are world records to strive
for, and for a select few, the chal-
lenge of Olympic competition and the
dream of a gold medal. There is no
other symbol in any sport that has the
importance and lasting significance of
a gold medal. The challenge of seek-
ing this honor is nearly as great as the
actual event itself.
ln 1980, America's finest young ath-
letes were denied this challenge. The
political pressures in a world far too
imperfect have deemed this neces-
sary. ln December 1979, Russian
troops invaded Afghanistan and
seized control of the government.
America, already involved in one cri-
sis in lran, was compelled to face an-
other international problem and de-
nounced the Russians for their ac-
ln an attempt to force the Soviet
Union to remove their troops, the
United States announced a proposed
boycott on the Summer Olympics
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scheduled for Moscow. Numerous at-
tempts to resolve this problem failed,
thus, the U.S., joined by many other
countries, pulled out of the Summer
There has been much controversy
dealing with the boycott. Many ath-
letes have accepted the situation with
the feeling that it is part of their na-
tional duty. Others, however, have
voiced strong opposition. One of the
leading critics has been marathon
champion, Bill Rodgers. Rodgers
feels that a government which does so
little to support athletics has no right
to use America's athletes as political
pawns. The situation is a sad one, no
matter what an individual's feelings
might be. The boycott is a reality as is
the fact that we, in Alliance, have lost
any chance of seeing our own, An-
tone Blair, go after the challenge of
ln 1963 the All-American Football
Conference was organized. Sixteen
years later, at the end of the 1979
season, the conference teams were
finding it difficult to reach the play-
offs, and therefore Massillon voted to
disband the league. The other mem-
bers of the conference, including Can-
ton McKinley, Warren Harding, Niles
McKinley, Steubenville, and Alliance,
agreed to end the conference after
126 PATHWAYSXEXCHANGE STUDENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Spurgeon
Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Vesey
PACO LIZARRAGA - Lima, Peru
SYLVIA ARGAEZ - Bogota, Columbia
MAURICIO GARCIA - Bogota, Columbia
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kilchenman UNITED STATES
LUIS PEREZ - Durango, Mexico OF AMERICA,
host family: Al..l..lANCE, OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Safkow
ANTONIO TICOM - Rio de Janiero
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jorney
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TIM BENDEICH - Brisbane, Australia
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wert
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schaper
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I-Iirvela
Felicity Hardy - Muden, S. Africa
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wert
Mr. and Mrs. George Weimer
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schaper
YAS HISANO - Fukuoka, Japan
Dr. And Mrs. William Baker
Mr. and Mrs. James Polen
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Ame Grimes left for Sao Jose dos Cam-
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pos, Brazil on August 10, 1979. She
stayed with three different host families
ln Montelrro De Barros, and attended a
private school. She returned in May to
attend summer school.
Ken Vesey attended Gubbangens Gym-
nasium lschooll in Farsta, Sweden. I-le
left on August 8, 1979 ans stayed with
Mr. 8: Mrs. Bertil Klinte, Ken returned
on July 30, 1980.
Sherrie Polen was hosted by the Bal-
deras family in Mexico City D.F. Mexi-
co. She attended lnhumyc School dur-
lng her stay. She left on August 25,
1979 and returned June 15, 1980.
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132 PATHWAYSXACADEMIC CHALLENGE
Sponsored by Alliance Kiwanis and Mount Union
College, the second annual Academic Challenge
was once again hosted by Alliance High School.
Competing at the March second competition
were, Alliance, Louisville, Marlington, Minerva,
St. Thomas Aquinas, and West Branch high
schools. Marlington captured first place with
Louisville taking second. The Alliance team,
consisting of captain Chuck Lalli, Dana Mehnert
lboth seniorsl, and Jeff Harrison la juniorl, re-
ceived third place. Alternates to the Alliance
team were Scott Stroup and Chris Tschappatt,
also seniors. One half of the program's proceeds
went to Rodman Library for art exhibits while
the remaining half was divided equally among
the six participating schools' libraries. Mount
Union College supplied a two thousand dollar
scholarship to the winning school.
Right' Shelley Wnms-
ley and Sharlene Po' ,,
Below, left to right:
Jeff Harrison, Chuck - - '
Lalli, and Dana Mvh- ' ii
M s y St k nd Bonnie Runners up in tH Farrah Fawcett look alike
Tim Bacorn makes s ss cheese
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The AHS Cross Country Team ended its season
with a tremendous record as it went undefeated nn
dual meets C5 Ol and placed hugh m the team stand
Ing at every xnvitational The team claimed the
tltles of Stark County Champs and Sectzonal
Champs by totally dominating the top ten or fifteen
places The harriers were also drstrlct qualifiers
Even though they had thenr worst fzmsh mn four
years Andy Howell qualnfxed for the state meet
where he flmshed twenty fnrst out of mnety enght
Mr Clegg noted that has team s season dxdn t end
up as expected but he stlll rated the young and
talented harrier squad as one of the best teams in
the state of Ohxo
The JV Cross Country team also went undefeated
Undefeated In Duals Agam
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Team photo, bottom row ll. to Rl: J. Peddicord, C. Frarac-
cio, A. Howell, K. Lorden, B. Boehm, S, Hirvela. ROW 211.
to Rl: S. May, M. Good, J. Noling, J. Kile, D. Rogers, T.
McDaniel and J. Murphy. ROW 3 CL to Rl: R. May, T.
Buckey, K. Bruske, S. Murphy, R. Simanella, K. Dean and
B. McDaniel. Top Right: A. Howell relaxes after a hard
race. Bottom Left: S. Hirvela gets help from Assistant
Coach Schrieber and his father. Bottom Right: C. Frarac-
cio, A. Howell and J. Murphy playing follow the leader.
Opposite page - Bottom Right: Coaches Clegg and
Schrieber observing the field.
First Year Coach Has Winning Season
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First year coach Mrs. Armitage led the Girls'
Tennis Team to an overall record of eleven
wins and five losses.
Varsity players were Vivian Pansino, first sin-
glesg Nora Aberegg, second singlesg and Kim
Rogers, third singles. Doubles partners were
Marianne Wiese and Diane Gaume, and Lucy
Fitzelle and Saundra Goldman. Amy Bates
was a doubles substitute throughout the year.
The team went to Sectionals where Vivian
Pansino qualified for Districts by capturing a
third place, while Nora Aberegg took sixth.
Canton McKinley 2 3
Salem 4 1
Jackson 2 3
Marllngton 5 O
Tlmken 3 O lraini
C. Central Catholic 2 3
Perry 4 1
St. Thomas 3 2
East Palestine 5 0
C. Central Catholic 1 4
Timken 5 0
Louisville 3 2
North Canton 1 4
East Palestine 5 0
Canton South 5 0
Salem 3 2
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Won 53 match points of possible 78.
Lost 25 match points of possible 78,
Vivian Pansino - sectionals 3rd s district qualifier.
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The Alliance Aviator golf team finished out its
1979 season with a 12-24-1 record. It was the
first year that they had played in a league. This
league, the Stark Metro Golf League, provided
the Aviators a chance to play such rivals as
Massillon and Canton McKinley. Their first
league season record of 2-8 was good enough to
place them in a tie for fifth place. Coach Greene
had stated that being in the league has proved
the Aviator golfers with more inspiration. He
also said that he hopes to win the sectionals and
place high in districts in future years. This will
mean doing better than the team did during the
1979 season. Scott Hume was the only qualifier
for districts, placing in the top third, but failed to
qualify in state.
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Wooster 175 148
Cuyahoga Falls 175 153
Akron Firestone 175 153
Walsh 175 171
North Canton 177 168
West Branch 177 169
Cuyahoga Falls 186 169
Massillon 186 180
Marlington 186 180
McKinley 185 185
Massillon 174 160
Marlington 1 74 1 82
Tlmken 166 140
North Canton 169 159
McKinley 172 161
Glen Oak 175 150
Central 183 165
Parry 183 173
SI. Thomas 179 157
Glen Oak 177 175
Sebring 177 238
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Salem 186 184
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The Alliance Aviators Varsity Football Team
ended its 1979 season with a 2-7-1 record. They
started well with an 8-0 victory over Youngs-
town Rayen. A few weeks later The Aviators
, WM! easily overcame Cleveland John Adams 26-8.
1 Six days later a spirited Alliance held their own
against a heavily favored Canton McKinley. The
game ended in a 13-13 tie.
However, these seemingly great achievements
could not hide the anguish suffered from the 48-
6 loss to Massillon. This was an especially impor-
tant game for the Aviators because it was the
last chance they had to give a good showing
against their greatest rival.
W Despite their final 0-6-1 league record, The Avi-
ators showed impressive unseen records. Many
3 games were lost by ten points or less, and the
team constantly gave their all in hopes of gaining
pp. page: Top Left: P. Heddleston dives for yardage. Top Right: C. Beaum throwing one on the run. Bottom Team Picture, ROW ONE lL to Rl:
', Collins, A. Jackson, V, Harrington, l. Kirksey, B, Hurford, J. Russell, J, Wilton, D. Needham. C. Brown, L. Brush, B. Collins, J. Admonius, F.
emart, J. Donovan. ROW TWO KL to Rl: B. Grimes T. Grimes, S. Schneider, E. Dixon, D. freeman, S. Tolle, R. Summers, C. Lalli, M.
aleski, K. Simmons, M. Noll, M. Shonk, D. Hawkins. ROW THREE CL to Rl: T. Culp, M. Cibulas, T. Lalli, G. Hagge, T. Harlanf B. Nordquist, R.
'icars, S. Miller, J, Oyster, K. Petii, H. Douglin, M. Zmuda, J. Conners - Mgr. ROW FOUR ll.. to Rl: G. Andreani, R. Foust, R. Dozier, T.
rendeich, S. Huimacher, S, Polen, A, Matthys, D. Kirksey, D. Mehnert, C. Zurbrugg, B. Streza, R. Kuceyeski, T. Mulholland. ROW FIVE lL to Rl:
l. Sabock, Head Coach Julius Tonges, K. Utterback.
mis page: Top Left: Coach Tonges gives a play to B. Grimes. Bottom Left: Coaches Kuceyeski and Foust eyeing the game from above. Bottom
ight: L. Brush spotting a hole.
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determined to win. Middle: L. Brush doesn't get far. this page: Top Left: C. Zurbrugg kicks extra point. Top Right: punt formation. Middle Right:
Soph. Team - ROW ONE lL to Rl: S. Polen, G. Duvall, L. Jones, N. Garnes, W. Salter, D. DeBee, G. Mohr, K. Smith, V. Rininger, ROW TWO: M.
Collins, L. Nichols, D. Miller, T. Curtis, C. Avery, J. Banks, R. Headley, R. Shoemaker, R. Franklinj, T. Trainer. ROW THREE: W. Alexander, K.
Garnes, M. LaNave, J. Polverine, P. Heddleston, J. Jones, L. Hurford, V. Covington, Coach Sabock, Coach Kuceyeski.
Frosh Football Team - ROW 1 lL to Rl: A. Stutchell, S. Falcone, B. reda, C. Hart, B. Hill, B. McLendon, P. Bivins, D. Orr, S. Brunner. ROW 2 IL
to Rl: R. Barker, D. Popa, N. Holly, M. Beatty, J, Pisoni, J. Schatz, B. Ferguson, J. Schwinn, E. Dozier. ROW 3 lL to Rl: R. May, E, Brigel, J.
Durenda, S. McClung, J. Blake, J. Scott, J. McConnahey, A. Moore, P. Britton. ROW 4 lL to Rl: B. Richie, A. Hancock, K. Sheetz, K. Stovall, L.
Brush, T. Fedor, C. Kelley, D. Miller. ROW 5 KL to Rl: Coach Priest, Coach Bruderly, Julius 8: Julian Edwards and Coach Sabin.
The 1980 boys swimming season was one of rebuilding
and surprise After losing six valuable swimmers to 1979
graduation and with the departure of Australian ex
change student Tim Bendeich the team knew it was
going to be a long hard fight They began the season
expecting four wins but unforeseen victories led the
Flyers to an overall winning record of 9 6 One of the
many surprises was the victory over Warren Harding
with an upsetting score of 42 41 Another surprise came
in the near upset at Perry as the Aviators lost in the last
event by a mere fourteen one hundreths of a second In
the last home meet of the regular season Chris Hopper
broke the school record rn the 100 yard breaststroke
with a time of 1:06.4, Districts were held at the C. T.
Branin Natatorium in Canton, where Steve May, Bill
Fogle, Scott Shimp, and Jeff Kile placed in the 400 free
styleg and Andy Wert, Chris Hopper, Craig Wilson, and
Scott Hirvela placed in the medley relay. Individuals
who placed in Districts were Hopper in the 100 yard
breaststroke and Mike Dhayer in diving, Pleased with
the overall team effort, Coach Lear complimented the
squad on a good year.
A Surprising Season
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Vi k W 4 at A This page, top left: Team pictureg Row 1 lleft to rightl - J.
h ' af. T' ..,.5f.,.l V Weise, D. DeVall, C. Wilson, S. May, M. Leeman, D.
l M ,, A 4 if 12... p Cobbs. Row 2 fleft to rightl S. Hirvella, A. Wert, B. Fogle,
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.1 K e 1, rf . h C Coach Lear, S. Shimp, J. McCallum, M. Dhayer, R. Morri-
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McLendon. Row 5: C. Curry, S.
Klng Row 6: W. Gaffney.
BEST SEASON EVER
GIRL S BASKETBALL
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This page, top left: C. Harris on defense while A. Jorney and K.
Curry look on. Bottom left: G. Miller laying one up for two, Below:
Coaches Shuster and Miller cheering on the team.
The girls Varsity Lady Flyers ended their season with an
overall record of 9-9. The team was credited with setting
a record of 65 points in their game against East Liver-
pool. Susie King set a new individual scoring record of
thirty points in one game. King also had the highest
percentage for foul shots, while Glenna Miller had the
best shooting percentage. Kris Curey was credited fer
capturing 114 rebounds. Anita Jorney was honored for
snatching 53 recoveries and 49 assists. However, de-
spite the record-breaking team's effort, the Lady Flyers
suffered a defeat from Copley in tournament play.
Tolle Goes To State
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Team photo, first row CL to Rl: V. Rogers, S. Falcon, S. Miller, L. Nichols, J. Murphy, B. Boehm, D. Orr, R. Freeman, L. Hurford, A. Tolle,
Andrucaat. Row two lL to Rl: R. Simanella, T. Aeiling, J. Walker, M. LeNave, C. Martin, T. Culp, T. Blake, J. Bankes, J. McConnehey, B.
C. Harten. Row three KL to Rl: R. Philips, S, Yeagley, S. Murphy, S. McClung, J. Admonius, D. Kirksey, S. Tolle, D. Miller, R. Rhone, J. Schwinn
B. Hill, Coach Kuceyeski, Coach Rodi.
This page, right: Jerry Murphy, Jeff Admonius and Vic Rogers
going for the pin. Below: Coach Rodi, "l've seen better wres'
tlers at an all girl's match".
The young, inexperienced varsity wrestling team
had a three win, ten loss record in dual meets
during the 197980 season. The Aviator's three
victories came against East liverpool, Canton
South, and Canton McKinley. ln five tournaments,
the grapplers obtained various positions from fifth
to thirteenth places. The matmen captured fifth in
the Minerva tourneys and two sixth places were
taken at Salem and Perry. At Beaver Local, Rodi's
squad came in eleventh. Finally, at North Canton
the Aviators took thirteenth place. At sectionals,
Heavyweight Stuart Tolle rose to the champion
position while 138 pound Bob Pucci captured
fourth place in his weight class. The pair went on to
districts where Pucci failed to place, but Tolle cap-
tured third, thus qualifying for state. Although he
didn't place in Columbus, Tolle had the honor of
being one of the top sixteen players in the state.
Coach Rodi was pleased with the team's progress
and he expressed high hopes for next year as only
three members will not be returning due to 1980
Opp. page, top left: J.
Crewe bringing the ball
down court. Bottom left:
J. Williams tipping the
ball. This page, right: first
row lL to Rl - J. Conners,
Coach Murry, Coach
Fails, Coach Sabin, C. Da-
vis. Back row lL to rl - C.
Brown, C. Trainer, T. Col-
lins, M. Tailor, J. Grewe,
M. Mallard, A. Jackson,
D. Offill, J. Williams, K.
Louis, R. Jarman, E. Dix-
on, B. Holmes.
The Alliance Aviator Varsity Basketball team end-
ed its season with an 11-11 record. However, in
March, this record was changed to 12-10 when
Cleveland John Adams forfieted due to their use of
an ineligible player.
Coach Fails was sorry to see the Big Eight Confer-
ence come to an end. He commented that the
Aviators were going to lose a lot of tough opposi-
tion, although they will play against such strong
teams as Austintown Fitch and Louisville, and
Even though they were somewhat small in size, the
Avitors were a dedicated team. Jeff Grewe broke a
school record with seventy-three assists, while Clay
Brown surpassed that and set a new record of
ninety assists. Brown also led the team with an
average of 14.9 points per game. Coach Fails was
pleased with the Aviators' winning record and with
the team's lo alty.
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nent Warren Harding
Canton Central 76 61 Marlington
St. Thomas Niles McKinley
Aquinas 67 44 Akron St. Vin-
Canton McKin- cent
ley 60 83 East Liverpool
Akron Buchtel 56 57 Warren Western
South 53 56 Cleveland John
Salem 49 52 Hay
West Branch 50 48 Barberton
Glen Oak 64 53 Tournaments
Akron Garfield 54 52 Massilon
Massillon 77 64 Glen Oak
Canton Timken 71 80 record 12 10
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up Top right: E. Dixon bringing one down.
Bottom lelt: C. Brown laying one up. J.V.
Basketball Team, Right: row one L to R: T,
Kirksey, C. Zurbrugg, P, Heddleston, A.
Crewe, T. Williams, R. Headley Row two L
to R: L. Terrel, A. Harvey, J, Jones, M.
Johanson, C. Steward, J. Edwards, Mr.
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This page, top left: B. Holmes tips the ball. Top right: D. Offill on
defense. Bottom left: R. Jarman rebounding the ball. Bottom right:
Coach Fails cheering on the team.
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This page, top left: row one ll to Rt
L. Perez, M, Maxwell, A. Lias. A.
Moore, R. McLendon, M. Buck, R.
Stone, K. Dean, D. Popa . . . Row
two lL to Rl J. C. Triplett, M.
Linder, A. Long, J. Scott, H. Mor-
gan, M. Pucci, C. Brueske, F.
Shonk, Mr. Carli. Top Right: J.
Scott, 1521 and D. Popa Go for the
rebound. Middle Right: J. Scott and
R. McLendon grab a rebound from a
crowd. Bottom Left: Top row. lL to
Rl, M. Williamson, F. Freeze, J.
Poorman, T. Fedor, J. Leibhart, T.
Buckey, K. Stovall, Mr. Schreiber.
Bottom row ll to R.l E. Dozier, J.
Schatz, N. Holly, M. Hardie, M.
Smith, E. Kline, E. Kline.
The 1980 Alliance Varsity and JV Cheer-
leaders began their season the last week of
July with an outstanding performance at
Kenyon College Cheerleading Camp. After
being rated on pep, spirit, originality, and
total evaluation of cheers, the Varsity girls
earned four blue ribbons, the spirit stick on
three out of four nights, and on the final
night, they received a trophy for the best
overall Varsity squad. The Reserve cheer-
leaders were also honored with a trophy
for the best overall JV squad.
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Top Left row one lL. to RJ: G. Gainor, A, Stone, Co
Capt. - K. Schreckengost, Capt. - P. Rodefer, C
Pasco, Y. Carter. Row two ll.. to Rl: A. Teppert, J
Barker, S. Rich, Capt. - J. Maxwell, Co. Capt. - K
Morettini, M. Popovich.
Bottom left: row one KL to Rl: S. Pietrocola, K
Anderson, L. Tennis, E. Johnson. Row two lL to Rl
B. Pasco, T. O'Neil, K. Wilson, J. Mulinix.
MANY TO RETURN NEXT SEASON
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lst row IL-RD: C. Doorman, J. Wheeler, R. Severence, L. Perez, M. McMillan, J. Luginbuhl. 2nd row KL-Rl: Mr. Uterback, J. Weiss, A. Wert, Y
Hisana, J. Philips, T. Grimes.
1979.80 BOYS TENNIS TEAM.
Although the 5-13 season wasn't the .500 that
coach Utterback expected, he was pleased with
the performance that the Aviators turned in, espe-
cially that of Jeff Phillips, who showed his skill at
the end of the season. Phillips was the first player
in Boys Tennis history to make it to districts.
Although he was defeated in the first round, Jeff
will be around next year, hopefully to advance
further. Another promising thought is that the
team was composed of underclass students,
meaning that everyone will return next year.
Among those who went to sectionals were Clark
Dohrmann, second singlesg Yas Hisano, third sin-
glesg Tony Grimes and Jim Luginbuhl, first dou-
blesg and John Wiese and Andy Wert, second
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GIRL S TRACK
The 1980 Alliance High
School girls track had
their best season ever as
they ended with a 10-3
The team captured first
place at sectlonals, and
Ruby Nicholson, Rose
Johnson, and Clndy Har-
rts all qualified for state at
the dlstrlct meet. Another
hopeful for state, Rhonda
Detlnbaugh, 'failed to
place because of an injury
sustained at the section-
At the state meet, Ruby
and Rose both took eighth
ln their eventsg Ruby in
the hurdles and Rose in
the 100 and 220.
Coach Shuster feels that
the team should be a
tough one next year be-
cause many of the runners
will be returning.
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Team Photo: lst row L-r, D. Rada, C. Harris, A. Jorney, G. Miller,
L. Pyers, S. Kridler, P. Hatcher, C. Cobbs, and A. Hunter. 2nd
row l-r, L. Holly, G. Specht, D. Gaume, T. Holmes, T. Toney, M.
Gorman, L. Kline, and I... Furry, A. Bates, and L. Vien. 3rd row L-
r, Coach Shuster, R. Johnson, R. Definbaugh, R. Nicholson, L.
Daniels, M. Petersburger, E. DeLeon, K. Himmelheber, and L.
Fitzelle Bottom left: S. Kridler Bottom right: R. Johnson
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S. Stroup, O. Gattis, J. Miller. 3rd row L-r: Mr, Seavy, V. Rogers, T. Shaffer, B. Snider, K. Lipley, A. Grewe, Mr. Kekic.
Opposite Page Team Photo: lst row L-r: D. Popa, R. Stone, P. Heddleston, S. Polen, J. Fasnaught, J. Pence, S. Miller. 2nd row L-r: M.
Leeman E Crider J Schatz M Buck J Scott T Rich R Morris 3rd rowLr Mr Seav J Lunsford J Lie hart M Lalli J Polverme
Harlan. Leftg Mike Dhayer
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The 1980 Aviators baseball season was both successful and disap
pointing, Coach Kekic's team ended the season with an even 10-10-1
record and with second place in the Diamond Conference behind
Warren Western Reserve, Three players were selections on the All
Conference team. They were: senior catcher, Jeff Grewe 1.435
batting average, 21 runs batted inlg senior outfielder, Scott Stroup
1.409 batting averagelg and junior third baseman, Mike Holland 1,419
batting averagel. Seniors Mike Dhayer and Chris Parlontieri, along
with sophomore Todd Shafer, led the pitching staff.
Seasonal highlights included: a 4-4 tie with state power Doverg a
come-from-behind 13-12 win over Marlingtong and the Aviator's first
tournament win in four years. In that game they defeated Warren
Western Reserve by a whopping 17-3 score. Holland was a perfect
five for five from the plate, and Parlontieri was the winning pitcher.
Coach Seavy's JV team chalked up a fine 13-2 record. Their season
was highlighted by two wins over Marlington, a victory over West
Branch, and a close one-run loss to a very good Glen Oak team.
Kevin Louis: State Long Jump Champion
lst row IL-Rl: R. Franklin, T, Kirsey, M. Gorman, J. Murphy, C. Fraraccio, J. Anderson, S. Hirvela, B. Streza, C. Lalli, L. Nichols, B. Brown. 2
row KL-Rl: B. Bohem, A. Howell, S. May, J. Russell, B. Norquist, M. Riley, C. Davis, W. Salter, V, Harrin ton M. Mallard V. Rini
Q . . ger. 3rd row CL-
Rl: Mr. Clegg, L. Jones, A. Harvey, M. Kinard, J. Kile, B. Grimes, M. Zaleski, D. Kirksey, T. Hawkins, B. Holmes, S. Tolle, M. Lowe, K. Louis.
Upper Lt. Mr. Clegg, Upper Rt. Barry Holms.
lat Cambridge Relays
lst Ward Relays
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3rd Akron Rubber City Rela
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1st Sectional Championships
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167 PATHWAYSfBOY'S TRACK
The 1980 Alliance High School boys track team
had one of its best seasons ever. The team was
8-O in dual meets and overall lost to only two
teams. The strong points of the team were the
distance runners. Many times the Aviators would
take at least a 1-2 finish in the 880, the mile and
The Aviators went to sectionals where they took
first place, however, out of all the spikers that
went to districts only one qualified for stateg
Kevin Louis. Louis went to the state long jump-
ing competition where he won the crown and
became the class AAA long jumping champion.
Top left: T. Hawkins running the 120 yd. high hurdles.
Bottom left: M. Zaleski throwing the discus. Above: J. Kile
and J. Anderson going 1-2 in the mile,
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Team Photo: lst row L-r: P. Brit-
ton, R. May, G. Noling, D. Orr,
D, DeVall, T. Roller, T. Fedor.
2nd row L-r: E. Kline, E. Kline,
B. Hill, K. Dean, S. McClung, C.
Bruske, R, May. 3rd row L-r: C.
Zurbrugg, M. Pucci, D. Miller, K.
Stovall, K. Hairston, T. Buckey,
K. Sheets, B. Ritchie. Above
right: E. Dixon winning the 220
yard dash. Above left: S. Tolle
throwing the discus.
The 1979 80 Girls Swim Team ended its season
with a 6 7 1 record The team consisted of many
old faces and many new faces, including that of
Mrs Mmuer our new coach. Returning for the
team were co captains Laura Britton and Peg De-
vall The majority of the team made it to districts,
but failed to place anyone in the state com-
petition Mrs Minuer feels confident about next
year s team as only one team member, Gail Jelli-
son was lost to 1980 graduation.
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Team Photo: lst. row CL-rl: R. Hume, G. Jellison, M.
Sticker, and K. Anderson. 2nd row KL-rl: Coach Minuer,
G. Kuhaneck, S. Hoibert, J. Eynon, S. Guard, J. Barker,
and K. Miller. 3rd row KL-rl: Captains P, Devall and L.
Upper right: K. Anderson
Bottom left: Coach Minuer and L. Stuchell
Bottom right: K. Anderson, K. Miller, and R, Hume
Below opp. pageg G. Jellison
172 PATHWAYS f SPORTS
The boys swim team
honored three of their
team mates. Coach
Lear presented Scott
Shimp with the most im
proved award and Jeff
Klle with the coaches
award. Rusty Morrison
was named Most Valu
The golf team awards
were presented by
Coach Green. Jim Ruff
was named the teams
best putter. Clark Dohr-
man was named the
most improved and
most consistant golfer.
Scott Hume was named
MVP and also recieved
the MVP award from
Sleepy Hollow Country
ln girls tennis Mrs Ar
mltage presented the
Coaches Award to Man
anne Wiese and the
Most Improved Award
to Nora Aberegg The
Best Record and MVP
At the Spring Sports Ban
quet Coach Clegg
awarded Cory Fraraccio
Most Valuable Player for
boys track Cory also re
ceived the award for
most points scored by an
individual John Ander
son was named most im
proved while Kevin Louis
recieved an award for
scoring the most points
for field events.
In girls track, Coach
Rhonda Definbaugh with
the Coaches Award, Cin-
dy Harris with the 3-D
Award, and Ruth Nichol-
son with Hardest Worker
Award. Rose Johnson
Coach Rodi named Bob
Pucci most improved
wrestler and John Ca
meron was honored for
the fasted pin Stuart
Tolle was named MVP
and was presented
proved and most Take
Coach Kekic named
Jeff Grewe MVP. Scott
Stroup recieved the ,
and Chip Davis was the
teams Golden Glover.
Coach Clegg named
Clay Brown MVP of
boys basketball. Clay
also recieved awards for
best overall floor re-
bounder 'and most as-
sists. Other awards
were recieved by Jeff
Grewe for the Jeff May
Mr. Hustle Award Rob-
ert Jarman for the top
rbounder and defensive
player, and Darvus Offil
for best foul shooter.
Coach Clegg presented
three awards to his run-
ners. The coaches
award went to Bruce
Boehm, most improved
award went to Cory
Fraraccio and the MVP
award went to Andy
Girls basketball awards
went to Suzie King for
MVP Anita Jorney for
the most spirit Cindy
Harris for the most im-
proved and Chris Cur-
ry recieved the hustler
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Coach Tonges awarded
Stuart Tolle MVP. Of
fensive Lineman award
was Steve Hutmacher
Offensive Back was
Larry Brush, Defensive
Lineman was Bill Col
lins, Defensive Back
Clay Brown. The Mel
Knoulton Award was
given to Rich Sommers.
Most improved was An-
Jeff Phillips was named MVP
of boys tennis and recieved the
most wins award. Clark Dohr-
man was most improved.
Coach Mineur named Peg De-
vall MVP. Laura Britton re-
cieved the coaches award and
Ginger Kuhaneck was most im-
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This year we were entertained by a spe-
cial group of cheerleaders - THE
BLEACHER BUZZARDS. Greg Burr
and Jim Borton provided many phenom-
enal antics by organizing the "boys" and
helping with makeup. Aside from that
we will especially recall the time when
Mr. Fails and Kevin Loius held a dance
duet on the gym floor.
Most points scored game tteaml
Most points scored season lteaml
Fewest points allowed season lteaml
Most consecutive games without a loss
Most yards rushing lgamel
Most total yards tgamel
Fewest yards allowed rushing lgamel
Most yards passed lseasonl
Most yards passed tgamel
1400 vs East
410 Coach Mel
25 1911 Coach
20 1931 33
492 vs Columbus
605 vs Akron
25 vs Akron
1 638 Len Dawson
252 Jim LaFountam
ringfield South 1969
Most touchdown passes lseasonl
Most touchdown passes lgamel
Longest pass play
Most yards rushing lseasonl
Most yards rushing tgamel
Longest run from scrimmage
Most touchdown receptions lseasonl
Longest fumble recovery
Most points scored tcareerl
Most points scored lseasonl
Len Dawson 1952
4 Bob Wallace vs
Cinicinati Elder 1960
4 Cray Brown vs
Clay Brown to Alan
on McKinley 92 yards
1 350 Tom Barnett
282 Tom Barnett vs
East Liverpool 1954
95 Bob Brown vs
Canton Lincoln 1957
8 Roger Olds 1952
103 John Gainor vs
Kent Roosevelt 1937
300 Hillls Hume
1937 38 39
158 Charlie King
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Most consecutive home victories 16, 1931-32 1954
440 yd Relay
120 yd H.:-1.
330 m LH.
4 Mlle Relay
.2 Mile Relay
Boys Track Records
Distance Medley 10:55.3
Mike Gainor Jesse Wright
Willie McCray Antone Blair
Jesse Wright Antone Blair
Jesse Wright, John Wade,
Russell Goodwin, Antone
David Wade, Glen McClung,
Oliver Scott, Joel Andreani
Mike Lowe, Ron May, Tim
Anderson, Robert Aderhcld
Cory Fraraccio, Jeff Kile,
Scott Hirvela, Andy Howell
Cory Fraracclo, Scott
Hirvela, Andy Howell, John
Mlle Relay 3:21.2 Russell Goodwin, John Wade,
GIRLS SWIMMING RECORDS
200 Yd. Medley Relay 2:01.73 L. Britton
Medley Relay 1-34 57
50 Yd Freestyle
56 7 Sticker
1 08 96
1 19 9
3 58 Schaper
Most Career Wins 88 R. Horton
Most Career Pins 45 R. Horton
Most Takeclowns Season 72 R. Horton
Fastest Pin 118 F. Deleon
Most Pins Season 20 R. Horton
Most Wins Season 29 R. Horton
We reserve this
space to thank
Alan Aldinger for
his preseverance with
obtaining all of our athletic
Mr. Carl Hamil
Top photog George Gray
works on string art in crafts
room. Lower left: Tracy
McCIendon works with acryl-
ics. Lower right, Thud! Chat-
178 PATHWAYS f CAN DIDS
This pageg Upper left- Upper right: Jim Luginbuhl as seen by Lisa Perry in 1st
period chemistry class. Middle: "Swish". Lower right: Lisa Polinori, Missy
Sticker and Andy Wert. What's upg at a football game.
Opposite page: Top' Assembly Time! Bottom' left: Jill Oesch types for the
book. Bottom right: Lynn Goshorn prepares a home for tomorrow in Mr. Kirk's
Cllli i!l. I9
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This page: Bottom left: Kris Haupt and her pinhole camera. Bottom
right: Anthony Cannon and Vlctor Covington are number one. Rlghtg
Opposite pageg Center: Suellyn Gard, "That's all folks". Bottom left:
Arlen Grewe on guard. Bottom right: Let's go home.
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183 PATHWAYS f BAND
The A.l-LS. Band Dinner Dance
highlighted the season with the
crowning of a king and Queen.
Laura Johnson Queen, and Da-
vid Peate, King. The dance was
held on April 19th and the mu-
sic was furnished by the band
"Good Grief. The dance was
sponsored by the boosters and
catered by Sugar and Spice.
The awards presentation was
held at the A.H.S. auditorium,
and the dinner dance was held in
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T h e
Xi ' gan the
year with new
CJ Q uniforms fur-
Q' Q nlshed by Mbdansf
Standbury company in
Some of the old uniforms
were sold to old band mem-
bers. and the rest were disposed
of. In addition, the band began the
year with a new assistant band direc-
tor Mr. Wiley. Mr. Wiley attended co-
lumbus South High School then went on
to graduate form Otterbein College. Mr.
Wlley was a member of the marching
band from both schools and played the
tuba. Mr. Zurakowskl, again, was the
band director The first show the band
participated ln was at the Ohio State
Fair which was a judged competition Au-
gust 25th and 26th. The band stayed on
the Ohio State campus and ate dinner
and breakfast at McDonalds. Even
though they won no ribbons or awards,
everyone had fun. Transportation was
supplied by A8zM Transit Lines. The
band also took a trip to Adrian College
In Michigan to play a pre-game and half-
time show for a football game between
Adrian and Wooster.
The band boosters come up with many
money raising projects which included
selling items for Christmas, raffle tick-
ets, frisbees and drinking mugs. A to-
tal of S2000 was raised on band tag
day held on September 9th. During
the season the band marches in two
parades, namely the Memorial Day,
and Carnation Day parade. They
spend almost 6 months out of the
year practicing in front of the castle
for all their performances. Many hard,
tiring, hours are put into marching
and memorizing music. This years offi-
cers wereg Laura Johnson, President,
Chris Tschappatt. Vice President, Sec-
retary, Gwen Sarverg and Treasurer,
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185 PATHWAYS f BAND
Marching Band: Seated L to R - L. Wil-
lls, S. Rosenberger, B. Baker, C. Mas-
trek, T. Benedettl, D. Roose. Standlng
Front Row - A. Trlplett, H. Bowden, S,
Mltchell, D. Van Derkar, S. Krldler, A.
Bonds, L. Pyers, K. Baxter, J. Jenkins,
E. Gonzales, S. Wade, M. Slusser, D.
Russell, J. McCammon, J. Hanna, L.
Sandahl, K. Gorman. Second Row - K.
Sponseller, C. Anderson, K. Dixon, P.
Makln, H. Bingham, M. Blair, L. Pinker-
ton, L. Shenk, D. Klel, T. Benedetti, K.
Holloman, R. Holloway, A. Connor, L.
Christen, B. Nicholson, R. Wllllams.
Thlrd Row - C. Harris, D. Duro, A.
Jomey, B. Mason, M. Petersberger, F.
Hartman, M. Hess, T. Mason, J. Jones,
S. Holbert, S. Roose, J. Mulinex, D.
Johnson, M. Klrksey, S. Newman.
Forth Row - P. Furry, K. Ellis, M. Barn-
house, K. Hlmmelheber, K. Sheets, S.
Wamsley, C. Tschappatt, B. Gonci, K.
Noll, L. Elsenbraun, L. Peloso, D. Phll-
llpl, M. Tschappatt, D. Peate. Fifth
Row - J. Bondonl, B. Hall, M. Ring, L.
Gulllng, L. Johnson, J. Everson, M.
Hanna, S. Burson, J. Plummer, S.
Gard, K. Pierson, D. Kelly. Sixth Row -
D. Lawson, T. Johnson, T. Triplett, B.
Wolkan, R. Noll, L. Brady, D. Wllson.
Seventh Row - P. McMillan, D. Eggle-
ston, M. Furry, B. Pilmer, T. Bacom, B.
Sheets, B. Safkow, G. Feller, P. Lalll, S.
Shlmp, M. Hobbs, K. Sponseller.
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Reserve Band - Front Row - D. Van Derkar, B. Baker, S. Newman, T
Benedetti, J. Seevers, E. Gonzales, K. Zinkhon, L. Venables, K. Ellis
M. Kirksey Second Row - A. Graf, J. Plummer, M. Slusser, C
Anderson, S. Gard, D. Russell, G. Sarver, T. Tripplett, R. Holloway
K. Baxter, L. Peloso, S. Wamsley. Third Row - A. Tripplett, K
Holloman, F. Hartman, L. Willis, L. Brady, L. Pinkerton, P. Makin, D
Scott, B. Safkow, M. Tschappatt, K. Mitchell, J. Hanna, D. Safkow
B. Mason, S. Kridler, A. Bonds. Fourth Row - Director Mr. Wiley, P
Furry, P. McMillen, J. Mulinex, M. Furry, T. Sarver, B. Sheetz.
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T h e
tra was under
the leadership of
Mrs. Valerie Valen-
tine. Serving as the
concert master was Mike
J , Dhayer who was also a solo-
lst along with Laura Johnson,
Jody McCammon, and Dan Eggle-
ston. The orchestra played for such
activities as the National Honor Society
lnductlons, October 24, 1979 and April
17, 1980. lt also performed for the public in
their Christmas Concert on April 23rd. As an
added attraction, it is customary for the orches-
tra to perform for the middle school students at
the hlgh school auditorium. This occured on April
29, 1980. As a fund raiser, this year the orchestra
sold frultcakes during the Christmas holidays.
Top salesperson was Johna Skoczinskl. On Feb-
ruary 23, some of the members attended the Solo
and ensemble Contest held at Marllngton High
School. They also played for Commencement
exercises on June 5, 1980. The Orchestra
Awards ntght was held on May 7, 1980.
Front Row CL to Rl: M. Dhayer, H. Brooks, D.
Dreger, A. Zucchero, M. Naugle, S. Hill, J. Ray and
P. Harris. 2nd Row lL to Rl: A. Orr, S. Heuer, C.
Edgar, M. Games, S. Rowe, L. Holly, O. Porter and
K. Harriston. 3rd Row QL to Rl: A. Furry, B. Orzo, J.
Skoczlnskl, B. Zmuda, J. McCammon, T. Noll, D.
Phlllppl, M. Klrksey, D. Wilson, G. Feller, N. Games,
B. Marlnl and B. Heuer. 4th Row lL to Rl: L. Spur-
geon, M. Petersburg, C. Williams, C. Seabolt, J.
Greene, Mrs. Valentine, H. Bingham, S. Burson, L.
Johnson, D. Kelly, B. Zucchero, D. Peate and M.
189 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
f 'W f
190 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
Front to Back - J. Sickle, J.
Gantz, G. Lauer, G. Feller, C.
Duro, Beck To Front - D. Clronl,
C. Beadles, S. Slimak, R. John-
son, Front To Back - K. Cly-
more, C. Latlmore, M. Chen, L.
Vlen Back To Front - Mr. Hlsey,
D. Peate, L. Welder, B. Under-
wood See page 123 for cholr's
Front Row - C. Jackson, C. Bea-
dles, L. Harris, M. Davis, D. Ve-
sey, C. Duro, L. Vlen, L. Hlg-
gins, C. Seabolt. Second Row - S.
Carlson, S. Sllrnak, F. Harty, B.
Davls, M. Collette, S. Rich, S.
Klng, C. Latlmore, J. Maxwell,
D. Peate. Third Row - D. Hadlet,
G. Feller, R. Pelamantl, S. Ar-
gaez, K. Clymore, P. Rodefer, R.
Johnson, L. Welder, K. Speak-
man, J. Sickle, G. Lauer, M. Gar-
cla. See page 123 for cholr's
191 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
Row 1. J. McCallum, A. Blssler,
S. Martino, S. Wayne, H. Rus-
sell, J. Voytko, D. Furry, R. Cus-
ter, D. Vltalaril, T. Belford, D.
Blendea, M. Parlonteri Row 2.
D. Ray, R. Doyle, L. West, K.
Miller, T. Oyster, D. Smith, S.
Hlll, L. Tennis, R. Jones, M.
Phelps, L. Favazzo, S. Spall, L.
Pyers Row 3. K. Middleton, T.
Newman, K. Dixon, J. Jones, H.
Hagge, J. Johnson, K. Damiani,
C. Nichols, R. Yeager, W.
Szelgg, L. Favazzo, M. Popovlch,
Mr. Hlsey Row 4. M. Bamhouse,
S. Martin, C. Fisher, G. Thomas,
N. Thorpe, J. Wright, E. Doug-
las, S. Fluharty, K. Moler, B. Ma-
son, M. Roberts, B. Alton, K.
M. Parlontlerl, J. Fortner, K
Thomas, J. Wiese, J. Porter, C
192 PATHWAYS f CLUBS
Front Row - M. Hlll. Second Row
- M. Worley, S. Green, G. Kld-
der, R. Blake, J. Donovan.
front row - Cleft to rlghtl - C.
Gents, G. Thompson, N.
McGren, K. Crewson, J. Flack,
P. Krltz second row - S. Welsh,
D. Vlcars, K. Schreckengost, F.
Shsrpnsck, G. Walker, G. Good-
nlte, B. Hoover. third row - D.
English, D. Dlckerhoof, R.
Freeders, D. Dlckerhoof P. Con-
rad, absent - T. Bllmm, J. Buck,
Row 1: J. Porter, N. Aberegg, J. Emery, C. Mastereck, J.
Jones, T. Mason, M. Chen, D. Vesey, C. Nichols, D.
Drager, A. Zucchero, D. Mehnert, S. Rosenberger, B. Ba-
ker, J. Kandel, V. Pansino and J. Russell. Row 2: M.
Klnnard, P. Lalli, S. May, J. Fortner, G. Gainor, S. Rich, S.
Klng, P. Rodefer, A. Stone, K. Bennett, B. Blosser, M.
Wlese, C. Flennlken, L. Hurford, G. Sarver, A. Jorney, W.
Emanuelson, R. Definbaugh and L. Harsh. Row 3: C.
Tschappatt, B. Fogle, B. McDaniel, J. Miller, J. Ruff, G.
Lauer, B. Holmes, S. Stroup, B. Grimes, C. Lalli, T.
Grimes, J. Harrison, M. Hanna, R. Henke, M. Cibulas, L.
Johnson, B. Gonci, M. Leeman, J. McCallum, C. Dohrmann
and P. Ayres.
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National Honor Society members represent leadership, character,
scholarship, and service. During the school year, two inductions were
held at AHS. The first, for seniors only was held on October 25, 1979.
The spring induction, for juniors and seniors was held April 17, 1980.
At both, the four NHS qualities were portrayed by members through
skits and speeches. The 1979-80 advisor was Miss Ruth Maldoven.
Officers were, President, Vivian Pansinog Vice President, Dana Meh-
nertg Secretary, Debbie Dregerg and Treasurer, Chris Tschappatt. The
club's meetings were held the first Monday of every month.
Checking coats at basketball games provided the money to hold an
end-of-the-year picnic in May at Butler Rodman Park where the next
year's officers were announced.
For more on the National Honor Society, turn to page 123.
194 PATHWAYS f CLUBS
Row 1. T. Grimes, K. Sheetz, B
Brandon R Noll
Row 1. L. Sandal: D. Gaume, M
Wagoner, K. Clymore Row 2. S
Carlson, L. Britton
195 PAT!-IWAYSf CLUBS
Row 1. C. Tschappatt, R. Noll, L. Britton, C. Lalli Row 2
K. Anderson, M. Puccl, M. Tschappatt, S. Wamsley, K
Thomas, J. Russell Row 3. M. Sticker, D. Dehart, A. Zuc-
chero, J. Everson, K. Clymore, P. Foy, J. Kandel Row 4. S.
Holbert, L. Edgar, J. Klle, T. Buckey, D. Russell Row 5. J
Mullnlx, R. Morris, J. Mehler, K. Baxter, M. Holland Row 6
P. Lalll, S. Mehnert, A. Grimes, L. Polinorl Row 6. B.
Hurford, M. Parlontlerl
Football Victory Bell
School Tours U
New Exam Schedule
Lorin Bishop Assembly
Exchange Student, Paco
Lunch Popcorn Machine
196 PATHWAYS 1 CLUBS
Front Row - B. Brandon, C.
Tschappatt, A. Wert, P. Lalll, J.
Russell, B. Sheets, K. Sheets.
Second Row - C. Poland, M.
Klrksey, M. Phelps, A. Wlmer, S.
Wamsley, P. Foy, J. Everson, J.
Mullnex, Thlrd Row - T. Rich, M.
Bamhouse, T. Sarver, B. Mason,
M. Tschappatt, M. Holland, J.
McCallum, K. Bruske, C. Lalll,
B. Fogle, J. Webster, Mr. Austin.
Forth Row - B. May, S. Shimp,
T. Buckey, R. Noll, M. Pucci, J.
Wlese, B. Holmes, B. Grimes, C.
Fraracclo, J. Fortner. Tum to
page 123 for the year in sum-
Row 1. M. King, D. Roose, S.
Rosenberger, N. Dunstan, A.
Orr, H. Brooks S. Burson, R. Sl-
manella, A. Jomey Row 2. L.
Johnson, J. Jones, J. McCom-
mon, R. Price, C. Harris, B. Mar-
lnl D. Dehart, T. Noll, P. Rodeler
Row 3. H. Bingham, L. Pyers, L.
Gulllng, S. Klng, S. Rich, E.
Pugh, D. Wllson, B. Brown
Q0 Qs ...
Front Row - J. Fortner, J. Porter - Pres., L. Johnson, N.
Dunstan. Second Row-M Grimes T. Tone A Jorne B
. , y, . y, .
Brandon - Treas., Miss Shuster - advisor, M. Barnhouse, B.
Davis, K. Settle.
197 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
Taking the place of the Pep Club f
and Pepsters, the Spirit of AHS was X
formed last May to give students a
chance to support their teams and to pro-
mote spirit throughout the high school. Ju-
lie Porter named the club and served as its A
first President. When asked if the club was a
success, she replied, "No, not this year but it will
be next year if people participate. If at least one
ambitious person with spirit will join the club next '
year, it will be a succes." The club's advisor was Miss .
76' J ,J -s 'zf
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ad 3 ' 4 'L V, l :au
Q- fftzil, it l , 3 I
198 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
Front Row H. Wllliams, C. Peloso, J. Jones, G. Sarver A
Welmer, J. Haldet, M. Chen, E. Henry, N. Thorpe, N. Chardenet,
D.D. Clayton, A. Sallyards, E. Iwano, C. Schrader Second Row P.
Sarver, S. Magee, M. Wagoner, M. Saltys, J. Vick, D. Blendea, K
Kllchenman, N. Dunstan, H. Brooks, D. Roose, S. Rosenberger
A. Zucchero, L. Pyers Thlrd Row Mrs. Draggett, T. Sarver, C
Hopper, G. Fortner, K. Thomas, G. Lauer, B. Fogle, K. Noll, M
Young, S. Roose, K. Hultin, D. Mehnert Fourth Row P. Lalli, B.
-McLaughlin, R. Harrison, A. Allen Safkow, T. Buckey, J. Wiese,
J. Harrison J. Russell, Miss Mundy Right, Mrs. Draggett and Cindy
Duro. Below: Miss Mundy
The Foreign Language Club ls the perfect orgaizatton for students
taking a foreign language and who are interested ln learning
more about the cultures of other people around the world. 6
At each meeting of the 1979-80 school year, there was a 0 Q
presentation on a country. Some of the guest speakers x O
this year were, Mr. Ballor on "The Run of the Bulls" in Q V
Spain and Fellclty Hartyon South Africa. Other Q 0
Events Included an lntemational Dinner, pre- Q C9
pared by Mrs. Draggett and Mrs. Mundy. Q E
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199 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
First Row B. Howell, R. Slman-
ella, K. Kelley, E. Henry Second
Row R. Price, H. Williams, C.
Koon, Mrs. Lockett, Mr. Ham-
merton, J. Russell, E. Brigel, S.
First Row S. Rowe, D. Aspen, B
Miller, Mr. Carli Second Row M
Noll, D. White Third Row A
Amckinstry, C. Beneske, T
Hawks Fourth Row M. Maxwell
C. Stewart, L. Jones
Row 1: T. Culp, B. Favazzo, C. Haynes, J. Ayers, D.
Reda, R. Noll, R. Watson, L. Edgar, K. Holly. Row 2:
D. Needham, R. Pennington, J. Barker, J. Hons, A.
Stone, M. Johnson, J. Porter, S. Stouffer. Row 3: D.
Hull, B. Holmes, A. Howell, D. Cironl. Row 4: M.
Ballor. Below, Karen Holly and Monica Johnson sell-
Ing rabs. Rlghtg Christine Haynes selling favs.
i q W
This year, the RAB continued to be an all-student published news
magazine. Advisor, Mr. Ballor, with the help of RAB editors
Joan Ayers, Tom Culp, Leigh Edgar, Jerry Murphy Dee
Reda and Amy Stone, continued to keep the students
Informed about llfe at A.H.S. On the average, for each
RAB, the staff spent about three weeks writing, one
week on layouts, and one week for proofing, be
fore printing could begin.
Please refer to page 123 for additional RAB
. 201 PATHWAYS 1 CLUBS
row 1 - K. Petti, K. Simmons, J. Oys-
ter, J. Russell row 2 - M. Dhayer, L.
Britton, D, Gaume row 3 - r. John-
son, S. King, V. Pansino, R. Defin-
baugh, A. Jorney, J. Murphy, C.
Fraracclo, A. Howell, B. Hurford
row 4 - C. Harris, G. Specht, J. Ad-
rnonius, M. Wlese, J. Anderson, N.
Aberegg, S. Stroup row 5 - P. lalli, J.
Ruff, G. Hagge, T. Lalli, M. LaNave,
S. Polen row 6 - R. Summers, C.
Lalll, C. Parlontlerl, V. Rogers, B.
Holmes A. Grimes, B. Grimes.
The Athletic Honorary Society or
Varsity "A" Club ls a group ot ath-
letes who meet every other Wednes-
day. Members have earned a varsity
letter and have been screened by a
committee. Visiting a nursing home
and Eastgate School were among the
athletes' service projects. Money
ralsers Included selling pizzas and
submarine sandwiches, and the
spring llft-a-thon. The 1979-80 Presi-
dent was Dana Mehnert and Jeff
Russell served as Vlce President.
AHS coaches served as the advisors.
Row 1. B. Madison, S. Stouffer
Row 2. P. Legros, M. Florea, E.
Hartshome, Mr. Yoho Row 3. A.
Firestone, M. Hanna, The Mas-
202 PATHWAYSf CLUBS
lnternatlonal Thesplan Troop 231 ls under
the supervision of Mr. Steve Kantor and.
president, Marianne Welseg vice-president,
Greg Lauer, secretary, Skip Martlng and
treasurer Cecil Seabolt.
To gain admlttance Into the Club, a total of
ten points must be eamed from having
worked on committees and acted ln the
various high school productions. New
members were inducted on April 16 at the
Blue DomfThesplan's Awards Banquet.
Marianne Welse and Cecil Seabolt were
voted Best Thesplans for the year 1979-
Row 1: G. Lauer, J. Vick, M. Saltys, L.
Gulllng, L. Jones, M. Bamhouse, J. Porter
Row 2: R. Meek, Mr. Kantor Row 3: L.
Edgar, A. Graf Row 4: K. Clymore, S.
Martin, L. Phllllpi, D. Vandlcar, J. Haldet,
B. Hall, L. Pyers, C. Seabolt, G. Sarver, B.
Brandon, R. Noll, B. Safko, Row 5: P.
Server, M. Wlese, K. Sponseller, T. Noll
The Blue Dom Club of AHS ls under the
supervlslon of Mr. Steve Kantor. This dra-
ma organization ls open to all Interested
During the course of the year, under the
president, Kathy Clymore, the vlce-presl-
dent, Mary Soltys, the secretary, Skip Mar-
tlng and the treasurer, Cecil Seaboltg the
Club proceeded to Involve themselves in
many actlvltles. Early In the year they held
an M8tM sale for which they profited about
3250. This money went to help finance the
awards for the Blue Dom fThesplan's
Awards Banquet held on April 16. They
also sponsored a one-act play, "The Ken-
tucky Marrlage Proposal", under the direc-
tlon of Sklp Martin. The play was present-
ed to the public on May 1 and to the school
on the second.
Row 1. M. Soltys, K. Clymore, M. Wlese, R. Noll, G. Lauer, L. Jones, L. Gulling Row 2. Mr. Kantor, S
Martin, C. Seabolt, L. Pyers, D. Blendea, J. Haidet Row 3. G. Sarver, J. Porter
Front Row - V. Harrington, C.
Williams, T. Jordan, L. Jones, H.
Bowden, B. Davis, D. Furry, R.
Custar, S. Custar, T. May, S. Sll-
rnak. Second Row - Mrs. Stone,
J. Thomas, N. Calderone, P.
Lag, M. McPherson, P. Furry, J.
Everson, G. Jelllson, L. Brush, L.
Brady, S. Kallas, J. Ruggles,
Miss Dourm. Third Row - D. Phil-
llppl, M. Tumer, K. Llpely, K.
Speakman, B. Holmes, B.
Grimes, D. Shuster, M. Dhayer,
J. Grewe, K. Noll.
The student faculty relations
board is designed to gain a better
understanding of school-related
matters between the students
and teachers at AHS.
Student members on the 1979-
80 board were, Marianne Wiese,
Jeff Fortner, Chris Tschappatt,
Rob Noll, Tony Grlmes, Cory
Fraraccio, Traci Noll, Carisa Ed-
gar, Lisa Pollnorl, Bettina Marlnl,
Ola Porter, and Missy Sticker.
Faculty Members Included, Mr.
Webb, Mr. Brion, Mrs. Kuhan-
eck, Mrs. Lockett, Mrs. Mehler,
Mr. Morris, Mrs. Wagner, and
loud actlvltles Included the
hanging of our Alma Mater ln the
Gym and monthly discussions
held on the first Monday of every
Board Photo: Front Row - C.
Fraraccio, B. Marlni, M. Sticker,
T. Noll, O. Porter, L. Pollnori M.
Wiese. Second Row - Mr. Brion,
Mrs. Kuhaneck, Mrs. Wujclk,
Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Locket, Mr.
Webb. Third Row - R. Noll, J.
Fortner, C. Tschappatt, T.
Grimes, Mr. Morris.
:TUDENT FACULTY RELATIONS BGARD
204 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
Front. J. Borton, K. Llpely, R.
Henke, B. McLaughlin Second
Row P. Foy, M. Parlontleri, Mrs.
Kuhaneck, C. Jackson, V. Pan-
slno, J. Kandel, A. Orr Third
Row G. Specht, L. Edgar, M.
Wagoner, M. Wiese, L. Vlen For
Creative Writing Club's yearly
summary, ue p. 123.
C396 V: .
Front row: G. Kuhaneck, M. Par-
Iontleri, K. Hlmmelheber, L.
Vlen, S. Goldman G. Lauer Sec-
ond Row: Mr. Hlsey, J. Wagon-
er, W. Safkow, S. Martin, J.
McCammon, L. Gulling, L. Pyers
For Preformlng Arts yearly sum-
mary see page 123.
205 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
E. Leach, L. Gulllng, Mrs.
McClintock, K. Moler, J. Oesch, s
V. Pansino, S. Panslno Not
shown in the picture are D.
Haynes and D. Harp
Front Row. J. Hanna, K. Vlcars,
L. Syme, B. Hall, M. Schlemmer,
L. Packey, J. Rovder, O. Porter,
A. Connor, J. McCallum, D.
French Second Row L. Wilson,
D. Vesey, C. Nichols, S. Slimak,
B. Davis, D. Blendea, M.B. Em-
ery, E. Deleon, V. Snyder, L.
Gray, L. Sandahl, C. Knowles
Third Row. M. Wagoner, K. Sny-
der, W. Alexander, K. Burley, A.
Graf, D. Van Derkan A. Triplett,
B. Zucchero, H. Brooks, M.
Hess, B. Nicholson, T. Reagan
Fourth Row T. Johnson, M. Rod-
gers, R. Henke, G. Richmond, S.
Crabtree, A. Miller, T. Stewart,
M. Young, K. Pinkerton, A. Car-
roll, L. Carter
206 PATHWAYS 1 AUTO BODY
W s' A ll QR, M,"
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QT ' '
Front Row - D. Delap, D. Kelly, E. Thomas, K. Mobley, B. Stuchell, R.
George, M. Estockfacond Row - V. Campatelll, K. Harris, T. Miller, T.
Burley, N. Mcnoga , G. Wilson, J. Holland. Third Row - K. Mount, L.
Lothran, M. Good, T. Jones. Below Lt., Bob Metts, Below Rt. Blll Bench on ll
.AUTO BODY I
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207 PATHWAYS f AUTO BODY
Row 1: R. Metts, D. Toumoux, C. Piaedaz, R. Mullnix, B.
McBride, J. Frau Row 2: J. Gang, S. Hutmachor, D. Miller, J.
Clark, J. Falcone
AUTO BCDY II
208 PATHWAYSX AUTO MECH
Row 1: B. Hackman, K. Schllllg, D. Egan, K. Guller, M. Noll, A.
Edgoll, B. Bench. Row 2: J. Horshborgar, D. McCollum, M.
Gablor, M. Peterson, J. Emory, J. Holbrook, RL Suggett, R. Fox,
D. Lab, R. Truman, D. Davis, R. Rhyne, Pres. M. Gables Vice
Pros., J. Holbrook Sac. S. Harshbergcr Sgt. of Arms J. Emery
Iamfs - .-ffl'
-' ' 1 . ' ' if 1 ' Y. Y
5 9 lf: ' - J . 4, f
. 5 - vi gkk V ' ,
Il' 6 p
Row 1: B. Grant, B. Gansleln, B. Haxlln, J. Ruthbrust, B. Sher-
wood, D. Miller Row 2: B. Robson, J. Cabassa, R. Femandez, J.
Miller, B. Ott, J. Llnam, T. West, J. Boyce Row 3: M. Kramer, T.
Sylvester, r. Edenflled
209 PATHWAYS f AUTO MECH
ur.. 'X , ,X
Q ' f Rib
'H ' 4
W x 1 X
Row 1: G. Skarpusls, M. Pinkerton, T. Zlggler, M. Herderick Row 2: T. Kirkland, C. Leyman, D. Phillips, M. Mazzola, K. Morettini, R. Reed
Row 3: L. Games, D. Duro, M. Wlles, B. Zurbrugg, D. Cornett, Mrs. Werden
21 1 PATHWAYSXCOSMOTOLOGY
ROW 1. D. Park, T. Maguire, K. Reed, L. Schenk, C. Lallias, T.
Omen C. McClain ROW 2. R. Juillerat, J. Slabaugh, R. Beckett, C.
Huey, M. Rothbrust P. Stillion, K. Miller, C. Aeling, J. Reber, J.
Grabowski, B. Milllron, V. Mohr
212 PATHWAYSX CHILD CARE
L' ' A" J '
Row 1: P. Slifkln Row 2: K. Helsel, S. lrey, J. Springe, K. Ward Row 3: L. Dean, C. Simons, D. Floor, D. Couchman, L. Betz, M. Schuller Row
4: D. Perkins, S. Estock Row 5: W. Johnson, J. Shonk, L. Little, T. Moore
213 PATHWAYSXDIST. ED
Front Row - J. Minger, S. Zarilla, R. Lewis, J. Miller, J. Parker. Second '
Row - B. Ramser, D. Black, A. Beltz, E. Russell, T. Welsh, Mr. Black-
stone. Third Row - A. Miller, C. Garnek, S. Reber, D. Clark. Bottom
Right: Sherrie Reber checks out a customer at Stambaugh Thompson's.
Bottom Left: Sandy Zarilla worked at WooIworth's while taking D. E.
214 PATHWAYSX DRAFTING
ROW 1 - C Larklns, M Holt, R. Baker ROW 2 M. Hobbs, M. Kinnard, F.
Bernard, D. Ebcrly, W. Beatty
215 PATHWAYS f DRAFTING
Front row - D. Buhn, D. Schott,
D. Galllna, S. Miller, Mr. Bert.
Second row - M. Aellng, T.
Frank, L. Jurkson, M. Shonk, M.
216 PATHWAYSX ELECTRONICS
Row 1: G. Tinker, B. Reber, S. Kertel, T. Mercer, M. Kolm, J. Holloway Row 2:
M. Reber, R Dozier, J. Ziccardi, S. Isaac, D. Janover, R. Baker Row 3: D.
Dufresna, D. Abrams, K. Simmons, P. Hlppely, Mr. Green. Class officers, Pres.
Ron Dozler, Vice Pres., T. Hollaway, Sec. D. Abrams, Treasurer, S. Kertel.
THWAYS f ELECTRONIC
X D, Phlieger
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K gn- 4' ,
V I 1 Vi- Ax If
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219. PATHWAYSXIOE CLERK TYPE
Row 1: M. Ray, J. Hartzell, K. Burley, J. Douglas, C. Bichesel, T.
Snyder, L. Essinger Row 2: B. Morrison, S. Zmuda, R. Meiring, L.
Miller, S. Dalesandro, R. Walborn, J. Thatcher, K. Snuder, Mrs.
-. Nt- .,
Front Row J. Jenklns, B. Akins, R. Meek, S. Madsen, L. Boring, V.
Foster, P. Reeder Second Row K. Kehr, S. Mastrek, D. Roberts, K.
Phllllps, T. Tennis, K. Bennet, D. Merke Third Row B. Teale, S. Powe, E.
Nltz, B. Couchman, Miss Chapman Directly aboveg Jenny Jenkins. Left: 1
Row 1: D. Kuntzman, L. Lee, K. Schreckengost, D. Holbrook, T. Bene-
detti Row 2: H. Mastera, M. Ring, C. Hipkins, A. McCown, Mrs. Brum-
222 PATHWAYS f MACH TRAP
Q a A
Row 1: G. McMillan, R. Duell, D. Faverty, T. Swindell, R. I
Castello, J. Morrow. Row 2: J. Lair, R. Morrison, S. Funk, R.
Butcher, J. Phillips, F. Ball, Mr. Yost. Row 3: C. Russo, J.
Bench, C. Davis, K. Battershell, E. Lambert.
M 1 MNC? OWU
223 PATHWAYSX CLUBS
Front Row: L. Antram, J. Boz, K. Mudrick, B. Stockli 2nd Row:
Mr. Arbogast, B. Stuchell, K. Sukosd, B. Collins T. Green, P.
Schmucker, R. Henry, 3rd, Row: B. Buelher, D. Hoff, K. Faus-
nlght, G. Miller, G. Ware, J. Wilton, N. Rogers, L. Rlnglehan
Row 1: D. Paxaen, P
Hickman, R. Farmer, R
Puckctt, B. Bean. Row 2
S. Holly, P. Harris, M
Courtney, D. Carter.
G. Huntsman, R. Pierce,
L. Hardy, J. Jordan, Mr.
Vargo, S. Green, C. Gang
and R. Powe.
225 PATHWAYS I CLUB
r-nv... , '
Front Row: R. Terrell, B. Wolford, T. Sells, S. Heaton T. Lalll, S
Fagan Second Row: T. Siegler, C. Duke, R. Jones, L. Summers
M. lnhurst, C. Anderson, Miss Miller Third Row: Mr. Krelner, K
Thomas, P. Peters, T. Blue, R. French, F. Davis, K. Roberts, T
Hancock Mr. Murry
226 PATHWAY f PRINTING
Left: M. Turner. Right: S. Kallas
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LAST OF THE
CLASS OF '80
Opposite page: Top left: Miss Monsman's
home economics class bakes "A" cake.
Top rlght: Varsity A sells pizzas. Bottom:
Telecom crew does Round-A-Bout bash.
This pageg Top left: All night party stage
band music entlces seniors into a high step
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Bottom: Nothing stops Mark Turner from
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234 PATHWAYSXSENIOR AWARDS
A total of 100 awards and more than 522,000 in a local and
community scholarships were presented to outstanding Sen-
lors during the annual Senior Awards Night held May 22.
Jeffrey Russell and Marianne Wiese were named Outstanding
Seniors and received the American Legion School Awards
amounting to S200 each. Alternates Dana Mehnert and Gwen-
dolyn Sarver each received 550.
Russell also received the Clarence D. Steffy Humanitarian
Award which amounted to 5500. Mehnert received an ap-
pointment to the U.S. Air Force Academy valued at S200,000.
Recognized as top scholars in the class were Wendy Emanuel-
son and Jeff Fortner, both will graduate with perfect 4.0 grade
point averages. Andrea Carroll was named recepient of the
first annual Louella E. Board Youth Scholarship and Amy
Zucchero was awarded the Beverly Robertson Yeagley Schol-
Additional scholarships which were presented and the rece-
pients included the following: Chris Tschappatt, Alliance Edu-
cation Association Robert H. Dowling Scholarship, American
Association of University Women Scholarship, Gwen Sarver,
Bench Warmers Athletic Scholarship, Jeff Russell and Scott
Stroup, David Cowan Memorial Scholarship, Chris Tschappat,
Mel Knowlton Scholarship, Richard Summers, National Merit
Scholarship, Wendy Emmanuelson and commended scholars
Jeff Fortner, Chuck Lalli, William Markley and John Stewart.
David Peate received the Eric C. Dura Scholarship.
Jeff Fortner also received the Ohio Academic Scholarship.
Certificates of Acheivement in the Academic Scholarship pro-
gram were presented to Wendy Emanuelson, Chuck Lalli, Bill
Markley and Dana Mehnert. Fortner was also presented a
54,000 scholarship from the National Society of Professional
Laura Johnson received the Orchestra Booster Club Scholar-
ship, Jeff Russell was awarded dthe SANCAP Scholarship and
Pam Rodefer received the Tri-County Business and Profession-
al Women's Club Scholarship. Chris Tschappatt was awarded
the William Steffy Scholarship.
Community Awards and recepients included the following:
Peter Lalli, the Alliance Exchange Club's Jess Alter Memorial
Award for "Youth of the Year", Ben Favazzo, Alliance Review
Journalism Award, Dana Mehnert, D.A.R. citizenship Award,
Vicki Pollock, Damon lncentive Award, Donna Holbrook, Eu-
genia Moses Award, and Charles Moore, Jay-C-Ettes Printing
The recepients of Alliance High School Awards and State
Department of Awards included the following: Alta Jarvins
Work-Study Awards to Mac Avery, Joyce Clark, Richard ln-
herst, Gary Thomas and Vicki Pollock, Bausch and Lomb
Science Award to Jeff Fortner, Best Thespian Award to Mari-
anne Wlese and Cecil Seabolt, Blue Domino Achievement
Award to Marianne Wiese, Clark Kennedy Award to Jeff
Fortner, Math awards to Chris Tschappatt, John Stewart and
Jeff Fortner, John Philip Sousa Band Award and the U.S.M.C.
Distinguished Musician Award to Laura Johnson, National
School Orchestra Association Orchestra Award to Mike
Dhayer, Outstanding Senior Spanish Awards to Wendy Eman-
uelson and Dawn Vesey and Outstanding Senior Stage Crew
Awards to Greg Legros and Ed Hartshorne lone yearl and
Mfk Hanna, Mike Florea, Robert Madison and Steve Stouffer,
The Alliance Kiwanis Club also presented Outstanding Voca-
tional Student Awards to fifteen seniors. They included Robert
Metts, Auto Body, Bill Brant, Auto Mechanics, Janet Wolfe,
Commercial Art, Joyce Slabaugh, Cosmetology, Judy Miller,
Distributive Education, June Flack, Diversified Cooperative
Training, Mark Hanna, Electronics, Steve Miller, Engineering
Drafting, Luci Essinger, lntensive Office Education, Donna
Holbrook, lntensive Office Education, David Hoff, Machine
Trades, Lori Hardy, Occupational Work Experience, Cather-
ine Heller, Printing, Edward Robertson, Telecommunications
and Ernest Teppert, elding.
Ben Favazzo, Jerry Murphy, and Vivian Pansino were inducted
into the Quill and Scroll. The Richard Goodwin Athlete of the
Year Award went to Jeff Grewe and Stuart Tolle.
Awards of Distinction in Basic Studies were presented to
Elizabeth Blosser, Rhonda Definbaugh, Wendy Emanuelson,
Jeffrey Fortner, Lori Harsh, Judith Jones, Charles Lalli, Peter
Lalli, Jill Maxwell, Dana Mehnert, Vivian Pansino, Stuart Tolle.
Chris Tschappatt and Marianne Wiese.
State Department of Education Awards of Distinction in Voca-
tional Education were presented to the following: John Fal-
cone, Auto Body, Barry Ganslien, Auto Mechanics, Donald
Crowe, Commercial Art, Theresa McGuire, Cosmetology,
Sandy Zarilla, Distributive Education, Tammy Blim, Diversified
Cooperative Training, Don Heestand, Electronics, Tom Frank,
Engineering Drafting, Kim Snyder, lntensive Office Education,
Accounting Clerk, Ann McCowan, lntensive Office Education,
Stenography, Raymond Barker, Machine Trades, Jim Jordan,
Occupational Work Experience, Mark Turner, Printing: Angel
Teppert, Telecommunications and Bruce Smith, Welding.
235 PATHWAYSXSENIOR AWARDS
Opposite page: A. Carroll recieving the Louella E. Board Youth
This page: Dr, Hamrick presenting the Coxen Scholarships to P.
Lalli, C. Tschappatt and P, Rodefer. Middle: Recepients of the
Award of Distinction in Basic Studies were from L to R B. Blosser,
R. Definbaugh, W, Emanuelson, J. Fortner, J. Jones, C. Lalli and
J. Maxwell. Bottom left: Mr, Ballor presents the Chronicle Quill
and Scroll National Honary Award to V. Pansino.
Above: Mr. Wamsley presents J. Fortner with the Ohio Academic
This page - directly above: Valedictorian Wendy Eman-
uelson. Right: Exchange students K, Hultin, Y, Hisano,
F, Harty, M, Garcia and S, Argaez. Opposite page - top:
Graduation line-up, Bottom left: Valedictorian Jeff
Fortner. Bottom right: Senior class advisor Mr. Brunner.
The 262 members of the class of 1980 joined the ranks of Alliance High School
Alumni on June 5th, 1980. Commencement exercises were opened by Reverend
Wesley Vesey with the invocation. The pledge of allegiance followed lead by Vice-
pres. Jeffrey Russel. ln addition, "Youth Speaks" was a section of the program
featuring the graduiating seniors with perfect 4.0 grade averages. This years speakers
were Jeffrey Fortner and Wendy Emanuelson. The class advisor Mr. Conrad Brunner
read the names of the 37 students who made up the class honor roll. The class
Presidents' address was delivered by Dana Mehnert. Dana's speech contained
thoughts of the past four years as well as those for the future. He said in part "People
such as teachers, coaches, and counselors who have not only taught us from the
classroom or the locker foom, but have also been our friends and have demonstrated
a genuine sense of caring that has not only instiued in us a great respect and affection
for them personally, but have caused us, through their fine example, to have a greater
respect for the educational process as a whole,"
Principal Duane Wamsley presented the class of 1980 for graduation. Deplomas were
presented by School Board President Mr. Bruce Wiegel assisted by assistant principles
John Webb and Paul D'Eramo. The Benediction was presented by Rev. Paul Perkins.
The graduates were then lead by their class officers in the singing of the Alma Mater.
Following this the class of 1980 recessed from the auditorium and into the pages of
Alliance High School History.
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238 PATHWAYSXALL NIGHT PARTY
The annual all night party for seniors was one filled with
events. First, a police escorted caravan of students was
taken to Bonanza to eat. Upon returning to A.H.S. the
Seniors got to see Mel Brooks' l'Blazing Saddles".
Afterwards, the seniors went to the cafeteria to dance to the
disco beat of WZZP's Disco-Trac, but it didn't show up, Ben
Favazzo saved the night by going home and getting his own
stereo. Throughout the evening, various prizes were given
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Bean, Barton 224
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Becker, Knmbvrlv 1111
Beckett, Rhonda 211, 211
111-er, Theodore, 2211
11vllnr11, T 511, 1111
11.-lu, Angel 211, 411, 214
111-n, T 1411
Bench, B, 21121
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Hem-mletlr, Theresa 21. 1215, 221
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Blulvr, Ann 118
111ssler, fxdwarml 21, 1111
111v1ns, Charlotte 711
Bvvuns, Man-da 21
Blvtns, P 147, 511
Black, U 56
Black, Sherne 1114
Black, Devon 21, 21 1
11la1r, Muchael 1115
Blake, 17 Sh
Blake, ,1 511, 147
Blake, Randall 118, 1112
Blake, T 152
Blendea, Dmna hH, 1111, 17
Blum, Tarnrnv 1112
Blosser, Efluzaheth 21, 1111, 244,
Blue, T 225
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Bowman, G 511
Bowman, .John 1121
Box, .1 2214
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Boz, .lames 22
Brady, Dam 511
Brady, l,1sa 118, IH5, 1117
Branan, .1 7H
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Branan, M 511
Brandon, Brurv 711, 14
Brewster, A 57
Brewstvr, Darrow 118
Brrenza, R 57
Brrgel, F 57, 147, 11111
Brtmlow, Javrnv 22
Bruton, Laura 724, l2P1, 171
Bruton, Paul 57, 147, 11111
Brooks, H.-1111 11141, 111191, 11111
Brown, Crystal 1114
Brown, Davul 411, 1.111 145,
Brown, Davul 1' 711, N7
Brown, Davrd M 711, 227
Brown, Larnorm- 1111, 1,111
Brown, Susan 411, 21111
Brown, Wtllxarn 1111
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Brueslw, K' 57, 1.111, 11111, 1511
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Brunner, Mr 2.111
Brush, l,arrv 145, 147, 22
Brush, 1.01114 147
Brvanl, Douglass 21, 22, 2211
Buchanan, Sharon 1111
Burk, .losuplr 22, 1112
Burk, Mlrhrwl 15H, 1115
Buckvy, T 57, 111, 11111, 1511,
Bun-hler, Hrurf- 2251
Buhn, Davrd Allen 22, 215
Bunch, Bruce 22, 1112
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Burke, Xavwr 1111,
Burkhart, M 57
Burley, Krv5r.11 22, 2111
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Butcher R 711, 222
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follmi, Mtrhlwl 147
follms Thomas 145, 154
fongello Luanne 711
Conner, Joe 154
Connor, Angela 69, 186, 185
Conrad, Paul 191
Cornett, D, 210
Couchman, B 79, 220
Couchman, Debra 49
Couchman, Diana 57, 212
Courtney, M, 224
Covington, Victor 69, 147, 180
Crabtree, S 79, 218
Cralg, E 57
Craig, E 57
Crewson, Kathleen Sue 24, 191
Crlder, E 57, 165
Crittenden, Marshall 57
Crowe, Donald 230
Cslk, Joyce 49
Culp. Thomas 79, 145, 152, 200
Cundifl, B 57
Curry, Kristerl 69, 150, 151
Curtis, Thomas 69, 147
Custar, R 57. 191
Custar, Sharon 69
Dalesandro, Sherry Sue 24, 79, 219
Dallas, Michael 79
Damiani, K 57, 191
Daniels, Kim 69
Daniels, L 57, 163
Becky 24. 30, 110, 190, 239, 197
Chuck 79, 154, 164, 222
Davls, C 57, 166
Davis, Joseph 69
Davis, Doug 79, 208
Davis, F 225
Davis, M 58, 215
Davis, Martha 190
Davis, Chip 24
Dean, J 58
Dean, K 139, 158, 169
Dean. Lori Ann 24, 212
Dean, Tlm 58
DeBee, David 69, 147
Deflnbaugh, Rhonda 24, 163, 19
Degrail, L ss
Dehart, D 58, 113, 195, 196
Delap, Douglas 79, 206
Delawder, B 58
Deleon, Eva 69, 163
Deleon, R 79
Delong, Mr. 229
D'Eramo, Mr. 236
Devall, D 149, 58, 169
Devall, Peggy 79, 171, 170
3, 123, 235, 201
Dhayer, Michael Allan 25, 114, 135, 148, 149,
165. 88, 201, 164
Dlcko, L 58
Diehl, M 58
Dixon, Eugene Anthony 145, 154, 156, 169
Dixon, Karen 58, 150, 185, 186, 191
Dohrmann, Clark 79, 140, 143, 193, 123, 161, 160
Domenick, Chris 69, 118, 101
Donohue, Linda 79
Donahue, M 58
Donovan, James 79, 145, 192
Dossi, Garylin 58, 118
Dougan, Timothy 58
Douglas, E 58, 191
Douglas, Jerri 25, 219
Douglin, Holdean 145
Downing, Sherri 58
Doyle, Rhonda 191
Dozier, E 58, 158
Dozier, Ron 79, 145, 147, 216
Drake, Terrie 49
Dreger, Deborah 25, 188, 193, 242
Dreger, R 58
Duell, Ray, 222
Dulresne, D 79, 216
Duke, C 79, 225
Dunstan, Nancy, 196, 197
Durenda, J 69, 17
Durenda, Jerry 69, 58, 147
Duro, Cynthia 79, 118, 190
Duro, Diane 79, 185, 210
Duvall, Gary 69, 147
Earl, Scott 217
Eberly, Daniel 79, 214
Eberling, Samuel 25
Eckert, R 58
Edgar, Carisa 188
Edgar, Leigh 80, 195, 200
Edgell, Andy 80, 208
Edwards, J 156, 58
Edwards, L 58
Edwards, S 58
Egan, Danial 80, 208
Eggleston, Chrls 58
Eggleston, Daniel 133, 185, 186, 188
Eisenbrawn, L 185, 186
Elliot, Dick 121
Ellis. K 58, 185, 187
Emanuelson, Wendy 31, 193, 25, 47, 235, 236,
Emery, Jeff 80, 208
Emery, Joanne, 25, 193, 123
English, Dan 192
Essinger, Lisa 80, 219
Exslnger, Lucinda 25, 110
Estock, Kimberly 79
Estock, Mark 206
Estock, Suzanne 212
Everson, Julie 136, 185, 186, 118, 129, 195, 196
Eynon, Jill 139, 171
Facchlni, K 58
Fagan, Stephen, 225
Fails, Mr. 101, 174
Falcone, Jerry 79, 207
Falcone, John 25
Falcone, S 147, 152
Farmer, Rlck 224
Faulk, R 80
Favazzo, Ben 26, 28, 244, 129, 1
Favazzo, Danny 80
Favazzo, Lisa 59
Favazzo, Lori 191, 70
Favazzo, Linda 191 70
Faverty, Dwight, 222
Fedor, T 59, 147, 158, 169
Feller, Greg 80, 185, 186, 188
Ferguson, B 59, 147
Ferguson, Penny 80, 218
Fernandez, Ron, 209
Ferrall, Patrick 70
Flets, L 59
Flndling, David 80, 228
Firestone, A 217
Fisher. C 59, 191
Flsher, Ed 70
Fisher, George, 229
Fisher, Laura 59
Flsher, T 59
Fltzelle. Lucy 134, 140, 163, 102
Flack, June 192
Flenniken, Connie 26, 193, 123
Floor, Darla 80
Floor, J 59
Michael A 26, 217, 201
Fluharty, S 59, 191
Fogle, Teresa 26
Fogle, William ao, 149, 148, 193
Fortner, Jill 108, 17, 196, 197
Victoria 80, 2 20
Fotheringham, R 59
Fox, Ronald 80, 208
Foy, Penny 118, 195, 196
Frank, Thomas, 215
Franklin, Ronald 147, 166
io, Cory 80, 113, 139, 17,
io, Lory 70, 75
Freeders, Keith 112
Freeders, Randall 26
Freman, Daniel 146
n, Ricky 80, 87, 152
F 59, 158
Jeffrey 26, 29, 191, 193,
French, Julie 80, 218
French, M 59
French, R 59, 225
Funk, Steve 80, 222
235, 234, 236
196, 201, 166
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Furry. Amy 59, 188
Furry, D 191
Furry, L 163
Furry, Mark 185, 187
Furry, Paul 26, 44, 185, 187, 17
Gabler, M 80, 208
Gaffney, Willetta 150
Galnor, Glna 26, 35, 113, 159, 193, 123, 274, 17
Galii. Sharon 49
Gallina, David, 215
Gang, Chuck 27, 225
Gang, Jeffrey 27, 207
Gang, Tammy 78
Gansleln, Barry 27, 210
Gantz, Colleen 27, 192
Gantz, Harold 80
Gantz, Jeff 190
Garcla, M 190, 123, 236
Gard, Suellyn 80, 171. 185, 187,
Gamek, Cindl 27, 213
Garnes, Ken 147, 70
Garnes, Marie 27, 188
Games, Nelson 70, 147, 188
Garrison, Lynn 80
Gattls, Carmen, 59
Gattis, Otis 49, 164
Gaume, Dennis, 201
Gaume, Diane 80, 163
Gavrila, Marius 49
Geisse, Lee, 227
Gemberllng, Gretchen 27
George R 80, 206
Glendening, Brian 81
Gobeli, Christopher 81
Goldman, Saundra 70, 140, 101, 204
Gonci, Barbara Ann 32, 27, 31, 118, 184, 185,
Gonzales, E 59, 185, 187
Good, Mike 139
Gorman, K 59, 185, 186
Gorman, Mike 70
Gorman, M 163, 59, 166
Goshorn, Brenda 81
Goshorn, Lynette 81, 178
Grabowski, Joyce 49, 211
Graf. S 59, 107. 108, 187
Graham, Mary 70
Grant, B 209
Gray, George 70, 180
Gray, Llsa 61
Gray, Shelly 59
Green, L 59
Green, Scott 59, 225
Green Mr. 216
Green, Steven E 28, 192
Green, Tlm, 223
Greene, James 188, 70
Grewe, ARlen 156, 180, 1
Grewe, Jeffrey M 155, 28, 154, 136, 165, 234,
Grimes. Ame 81, 128
Grimes, Anthony 145, 193, 195, 201, 161, 160
Grlmes, Bary 28, 116, 193, 145, 123, 196, 201
Grimes, M 59, 197
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Hanna, Mark 214, 1851, 1'I1, 1811, 12.5
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Hnvly, 1'v111'1IV 123, 127
11mnnqlnr1, 111111111 211, ZH, 114
Il.111111gmn, .1.1n111 741
Hnnlslnn, K 11118
11.1111r1g1r1n, M 1111
11.111111g1m1, V111r11 Xl, 145. 11111
11.1111.,1'v1.11.... 11.11, 1'.1, 11.11, 1115, 111
11.1111-.1 K1-nr111111 2111.
11.1111-1,1nr14'P. 11111, 115
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11.1n11.11n, 1111 1111
11.1111-.1111..1.1111.111 111. 117, 112, 1111, 1
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11.111111 .11-1.11.1 741
11.11111l, Ku-.l1n1' 711
11.1w111ns, Avnv 711
H.1wk1ns 111-111.1111 4'l
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Hawkms, 1Jr.11u' 1451
Hnwknns, 1 Indra 441
Hawkins, Troy 29, 211, 1111, 1117, 111h
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Havhurl. Patncm 711
Haynes. Chr1sl1rw HI, 21111
Haynes, Donna 711, 2115
Headley, Rav 711, 147, 1511
Hedrds, Mary H1
Heaton, Susan, 225
Heckman. Bruce H1, 20111
Heckman. Randy 70
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Heler, C H1
Heddleston, Pamck 711, 145, 1511, 147. 165
Heller, Cathenne 234, 2211
Helsel, Knlheryne KI, 212
111111.11 R11111111 111, 1111, 12:1
H1111111, E111 150
Hxckman, P 224
H1rve1111 Scot! lhh
H111, B. 228
Hlsano, Yds, 1h1, 2311, 11111
Holly. K, 2011, 227
Hn1ms, B 196, 2011, 2111, 11151
Hnlland, M 1911, 1114
Holhen, 5 1415
Hull, Stephen 40
11n11. D 2211
Hnns, Jodw 2111, 21111
Hoover, Barham 1412
Hopper, Chnstnpher XZ. 1411, 148
Horner, Teena H2
House, Keith 71
Howell 1111111111111 131111, 1111, 17, 2011, 2111, 11.1.
Howell Barb. mu
Hnwvll R 611
Hnwzv, 11 h11
Hull, D111e Allen 1111, 21111
Hulhn, Ku 110
Hume, R 1111. 171
Hume, firm! 32, 142, 141
Hunt, Susan H2
Hunter, A 131, 113. 10,1
Hur1s1man,G111I 71, 225
Huntsman, Gary .511
Huntsman, T 110
Hupp, Mr 2211
Hur1nrl1, 1.111111 147. 152. 134
Hur1m'11, 11s11f11l,K2. 71, 1111 123
11ur1n1c1,Wl111nm,24,111 145, 147. 217
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James, R 611
James, T 72
Jannvec, D KZ, 2111
Jarman, Rnhurl fil, 154, 157
J1'111s0n,Gf111l11l,.11, 1114, 11.1 171. 17lI
Jvnluns, Jennv 1112, 1115. 2211
H111m.1rh1f1, Sem: 1111, 104
H111m..f11.11, 81.1111 11, 145, 211111
lnhvrsl. R1c11ar11 A111111 441, 1111
Inherst. M 225
111-V Sharm 212
Issac, S!a11on KZ. 2111
lw1mo,E 72, 11H, 1111
.111ck5nr1, Andre KZ, 154, 145
Jackson, l'h1-11,11 D 40, 1011
Jackson. S 72
Jacobbs, Mathew 72
Jewell, B 1111
Johanson, M1kv 72, 11111
Jnhnson, Apv11 111
Johnson, Umm' KZ, 1851, 21K
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.1n11r1sr1r1,Rns114fI, 11151, 1011, 1112 2111
.1011l15nrl, Turvsfi 112, 11451 11441
.1n11nso11, Th1111's.1 411
.1n11nson, T11111 1,15
.1o11nsnn. W.-1n11.1 Iil 212
.1n11nstn11, M1ch11v1 72
.1nnvs, Brmn, 31
.11-1111-s, .l1111v1w 72 11110, 1.17 1'.1. 1.1
.1nn1's. 11111111 .11, 19451, 1811, 1'l.4 1 4'.
.lnm-s. .111l11' 111, 1'l1, 12.1. 11111
nr1'72, 147, 17 1011, 11111
Jones, 1n11 72
,R 111 101
.1nn11s, Rhr-11111.1 73
Jones, Rov 31, 111 2211
.1n11es, Tmcn, 21111
.1or11.m. J.-11111-s 32. 2211
.1nr11.-111, 1111-ws 82. 217
.1mn1'v,An11.1K2, 1511, 151, 111.1 1Hf1 1511 101
123, 1112, 1011, 107, 2111
Jnrlwv. .Inv .12
Ju1111'111l, Rvnv 211
.1ung1'1i1vn, Mo11.1 1117
Ka1Ias, S1111111- H2, 2211
Kan111'1,.1111w11'42, 1'I1. 1111 17 1L'4 14'1
Kan1or,MV 2112 17
Kanvufh. Shcrrv 72
Kamlhanow. 11.11111-1 72
11111, 11111111111 12. 221.
Kehl, Karvn KZ, 2711
KERK, Mr 1114
Ke1Iy.Df1v111HU. 1Hf1, 12111, 1945
Kell... n11.11.1... 2117
K1111., 11.11111-V 72
Kellv, 11111111 72
Kellv K 1'1'1
Kellv, M1'I1n1111 7?
Kent, Danny 7?
Kems, 11.111111 S1-mu 1.
Kerr, R1-1111111 221.
Ker1e1, Sh.11w11, 2111
K11111. T 111
K111111-1, flaw, 142. 1'1.
K1d11vr, .Inv 111
Klel, 171.11111 HZ, 1H'1. 11411
K11ch11nm1-111 141111111 7.
K1Ie,.1.-1172. 1111, 11-1 1-111 l-1'P 1111.
141.111, 11 .1
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K1111111111, M1c11.1.1l 142, 1114, 214, 1211, 11.11
141111. M11 114, 1117
K11-111-11111'I1, .l 72
K11111.111.1, T1.1.-1 2111
14111.11-1, 11.11. 111'
1411115--1, 22.214.171.124 4-1 1451, 1'11 11...
K11ks1-1 111111 2111" 1451 JLI1 'ln L'-111 11111
K1r11s1'x. M11'111-111- 111
Kxrkwv M 111 11151 1h1 11111 1'11.
K1rkwx. Tvm 111 TL'
K1s11, W 111
K11-111 11 111
K111111 1 111 V111 1110
K11111-, 1 l11'l
KI111.1 111.1 141' 11.1
14111111.11 .I11.11.1 113
Knlm, M.111111 211.
11110111111 .J 1'l'1
K1.11111-1 M.111. 11' 311-1
K111111-1 8111.111 .. 11.1
K1111111 .I1111 11'
141111.11 M1 .'."1
K1111.-1 1.111111 ni H111
Kmz. 1'.1111.1 1'1.'
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K1111.111.1111 11 TL' 1 111
11.111 1101111111 1111
111, 11..11.1... P11 3111
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1.111 1111111111 N1 S115
11111. .1n1111 1'.'L'
11111. 1211111-1.1 Ula
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L11-1, 11"1 1'11- 1111-
l.11I1, A1111111111 1-V1 x1
1.1111, M11'11.w1 1l1'1
1.1111 1'1'11'1 11 1111 1"1 1H'1 1N11 1"1 U1 .'1-1
1.1111 1 JJ'-
1.11111' 11.1111.11.1 X1
I.111111.-11 111. ai 1"
1.111111.-11 .I H1
1...1.,..- 111111.-.1 T:
1.1N111.1 M11-11.1.-1 .1 1
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1.1111111111 6111.11 11 l'111 131
11111.11 126.96.36.199 11 111' 11111 1-11 131 11.' Q11-1
1.1111-1 .I 111
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11w.v111 1111111.01 ..' 1h
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188.8.131.52. 11.....1.1 1.1
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1.1.1. 111. wf. 11'1 1111 111 111. 1-111
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11.11 A 113 11111
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MIIII-I, II 72, 147. IFII III'I
MIIIIII. I5 III, 147
MIIII-I. IDIIII- HIIII
MIIII-I flaw III, III?
MIIIN. gh-nIIII IIB, III IIIII, I'II
MIIIIII, IQIIIII 224
MIIII-I. II UK
MIIIM, .I III 214 III-1
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MIIII-I, IIIIIIIIII ,III ISI
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MI1IIf1,SmII ISI, 1115. HI III
MIIIIII. TIIIIII M, JJII JIIII
MIIIIraII, ISIIIIIIIIII 211
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MIIIII, IIII-Q III III7
MQIII, PMI III
MIIIII, QIIIIII KI
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MIIRIIIIII-I2 xI.III f,'
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MIII.IIIII'I IIII.II IJ I'I III:
MIILIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII II,' II:
MIILIIIIIII IIIIII I-I I II IIII
M.IIIIIIII.III,II. I-I I.I
MIIII.IIII IkIIII.II- ' -
VIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII,.II II,
Mallard, Marlon 154, IIIII
MIIIIQIIII I' II:
Mangus, IIIIII .I4
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MIIIkII'I WIIIIIIIII III III IIA 'I-1
MIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bob II4
MIIIIIIIIII lIIIII.I III JIII
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MIIIIIII, L'IIrIs TJ I'I1
MIIIIIII, SIIIIII 72, I'III IIIT III'I I'II UII3
MAIIIII, TrIIIIII 71?
MIIIIIIIIIIII. RIN. BPH
MIIIIIIIII H.IIIIII.I 72. I"I JTII
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MIIIIIIIII NIIIIIIIII-IIIII IIA Ih'I,,'1'II
MAIIIIII TIIII 32:4
MIIlIIIsnII, IIIIIIIII IIII II
MIIIIIWS AIIIII II1 I-III
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MI-1zmIII, MIIvI'IIIIIII HI JIII
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MI-Ifk. RIIIIIII HI 2211
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MIIIIIIIIII, IIIIIIIII M JIII
MIIIIIIIII, RIInII.I.I If. 'III
MIIIII-g.Iv NfIrIIIIIII JI III
MIIIIQIII, IIII.III.- :QI
MIIIIIIIIIIII I4 I-I"
MIIIIIIIIIIII I III
MII IIIIIIIIII II I'IH
VIIII-IIIInII 'wII.IIAII HI I'III I
MIMIIIII-II II III
V1IMI.IIIII MIIIII 5-I IIIII
MIMIIIIIII I'I':II II.I Iv,
MIMIIIII II II-I
MII'II.IIIrIII NIIIIIII.I TI'
MIWIIIQIII-I I III
MIIIIII-II HIIIIIII, II A' I
M.IIIIIIIII IIIIII.III III III
MII, .-.I s.I1II. III
M.IIIIIII 1 .'II
MIIIIIIIIIII, I' III'
MIIIIIII II IIS Iv. III'
M.II.IIII.III NIIII 'UI
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MIIIIIII- IHIIIIIIIII HI, JJII
MI-IIIIII IL-IIIIII' III
MIIIIIIIIIIII. MIIIII TJ
Mum' K III
MI-Irs RIIIIIIII 2117 UIIII
MIIIIIIIII TII.IIII..I U
MIIII I IIII HI
MIIIIIIIIIIII .IIIII gm
MIIIIIII-IIIII IIIIIIIIII TJ
MIIIIIII-Inu. K IIS I'II
MIIIIIII'ImI IIIIIIII- I-4 JJII
MIIIII. II IIJ
MIIII-I. MIII IIII SFI
MIIIIII Mr IIIII
MIIIIII, AIIIIIIIII XII III QI I
MIIII-I IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII
MIIII-I I II.I
MIIII-I, VIIIIIIII 4111
Mnnw, RIIIIIIIII III
Mnow, Tamara 212
Morgan, O III
MmeIIInI. KIIII xi. IFIII XIII
MIIIQIII IIIIII.IIII IIIII
Moms, R III
Mmm MI I'I'I
Mmm, W III
Mornson. IIII-IIII.I JI"
Mnrnson, RIIQIIII H4 IIW, JL '
Mnswv, IIAIIIIII 40 JJII
MIIIIIII, KIIIIIII ZIIII
MuIIrII'III. KIIII XII
MIIIIIIII, .IIIIIIIIII III, IIIYI, IIIT, I
MIIIIIIIII Rob XIII'
MIIII I' II,I
MIIIII1 M III
MIIIIIIII, I'IIIIIIII.I II-I. IIII
MIIIIIIII., IIIIIII' 27. II" 1'II If
Murphk., MIIIII 84, UJII
MIIIIIIII, I III IIII, IfII
Murrx. Mr Q25
Myvrs. B II,I
Myers. S 7.I
MINI, I Is.I TI NI
MIIIII, MIIIII III
NNI IIIIIII II-I
IIIIIIQII-, III.IIIII.I I I
IIIIIIIII-, MIIIIIIII TI IIII
NIII-II1I.IIII. IJIIIIII-1II II1'I .'IIII
NIIIII .I.IIIIIIs TI
NIII.II.IIIq.II II II.'
Nvsh-I, II III1
NIIIII, .I TI
INI-IIIIIIIII SIII IM lII,'
NI-IIIIIIII: T IIN IUI IIII
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INII-IIrIIInII IIIIIIIIII NI IPIII XIII
NII'IInIsI'Iu I IIII-.IIII H11
NIIIIrIIwII IIIIIII IIII
NIIII K M41 III-1
NIIIIII ITIIIIIII R11
NIIII'I IHIIIIIIII TI NI
NIII IIIII.I II-I .','II
NIIIIIIII IIIIII III IIIII
NI'IIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I III
NIIII KIIIIIIIIIIII TI IRI IMI
NrIII MIIIIIIIIIH-I I-III I"" .
NIIII I'.Im III
NIIII RMIIIIIHI IMI IMI I
NnII Tmfx TI IKM I'III
MIIIIIIIIII IIIIII. II-I I-III II
IIIIIIIII .IIII PIII 'II ITN I' XIII
IDIIIII IIIIIIIII I'III II 1'I-I I
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II INIII NIIIIIIIII T4
IINIIII. I.IIIIIIII, IIII 1'-'I
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Ibn AIIIIIII4 lbw I'III
IIII IIIIIIIIII-I III-I IIII I-I
Hun II IHA
IIIHI M II4
IIII HrIIIIIII II-I
IJIIIIIII-III- N IIII
IIIIIIII IIII-IIIIII TI
IIIQII-I. IIIIIII-II M I-VI XIII
IIIIIIII, KIIIIII IIII
IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII II-I I"I
1'III'IwI, IIIIIIII- TI
IHIIIIIII M.IrI.I IIII
PIIIIIIIII .IIIIII -I"
PIIIIIIIII .IIIII-,III I.-I
I'IIIIsIIIrI SrIIIIII.I I'-I I-III JIIII
IMSIIIO VIIIIIII JL' I-III I"I 'I
I'IIrIw IJIIIIII L'lI
IDIIIIIII. .IIIIIII-I III ,II-I ,'II
VIIIIIQ, N III1
IHIIIIIIIIII-II IIIIIIIIIIIIII-I Sh JI
III4, ZIII III-1
Ileulonlnen, Maw 74,1IH,I'II
III IIII ,'IIII
'WI 'I' III
II N111 III
pnltn, Bnnnte 514, 111, 1110
Paun, flmvleuv H4, 118, 150
l'.1xsnn, llenms. 224
l'nxsnn, Milly 1:4
Payton, Ch--rryl M
l'enu-, llavnd 114, 155, 18.1, 11441, 1104, 1'I1l. 2
1'ed:lum1l, .lanws 1 40
Pelanmlu, Roxanne H4. 1'Ill
lkflnvn, lnlmslm H4
l'e1nsn, leslw 74, IH5, lM7
l'enu', llellrey h4, 14.4, 1115
Iwfmtngmn, Hhnn-1.1 N4 yur:
Penny, llmnne N4
1'enny, Sherry 74
Wu-1.1 74, 1241, thx, 11141
Perluns, Darla H4, 212
l'.-ny, lim 7-1144, 101, 1754, 17
Perselln. fmry H4, 211!
l'vlvn, tlelln-V 74
Peters, .lnn 74, H4
l'uwn, Ldchelle 74
lwtvrs, Mark JH
llvwrson, M Mft, Qrm
Veleu, Paul 225
1'1:le!shn:rge1,Mlw4, 1113, 11115. lldtm. IKH
Pvm. K.-nh M, 145, 2111
Phelps, Mnlwh- 101, 74, 1'l1-
Plltnps, 1 1,4
Poland, stmtw eta, 132, mf,
Pnlen,Scn1! 145, 141, 155, 74, zen
Poten, Sheny 1224
r-otmm., cpm., 2:40, 241
vt..l.,,,, R 15.1
Iluw ,1H, 227
.11-11145, 11.1, mm, peg
Karen HS, 2211
1'hl1--qer, lhwul 217
Vwnv. Rick 115, 225
Vleuoll, li 114
l'lennn. 1' 1:4
l'wnrmn, Knnlwrly 74. 1145 lmv
V.a.-wt, Rnhvn 74, ms, lm,
lnvul H5, 22h
n, Kathy 74,
,lv ' . '. .,
un-v lx, 74, 2141
l'lulnmer, .1 1115, 1X7
nn-I 'lil IM5, 181, 110141
. Swplmvuu 114, llx, HW
1M 111 IH5 1247
1'nllnnrl,1.tsa 711, 74, 11X, H4 1114, 17K 1115
Pollack. Vxckt 234
Pnlverme, .lelflev 74, 1117, lt-5
Poole, Robert 229
Pnnrrvmn. .1 h5, 1524
1'npn,17h5, 147 1511. 1115
Pnpovlch, Melissa 74, 118. 150. l"1
Pnrlel, 17 49
Porter. .lay 12.1
P0rle1,.1ulm 191, 1111 1'J7. 2011
Ponev, 0 715, 118 lm
Powe, Ray 225
Pnwv. Slmrnn H5. 2211
Presley, Jmmn 74
tmw, R um wet, 1-av
Pucu, Arlene H5, 115
1'urCI.Ml1ceh5. 1591, ltwll. 1115, l'Jtw
Pucci. Rnhevl 745, 151
Puckett, Randy H5, 224
Pugh, Llsa 547
Pugh lf, 115, trl, Wr-
Pugh, T 115
Pugh, Vvrku 74
Puhl, Knstl 74
Pyers, 1.011 74. 1117 185, 11411, 1113. 1121. ltd, 191
Rae, Stanley 1:5
Rdstenev. Ten 74
Rasletler, Wlllmm 2.111
Ray, Darla 74, 1121
Ray, .1 ns, xxx
Ray, Melame, 219
Rnmnge, Leon 22N
Ramser, Barham 1. 21 1
Reagan, Tracy 74
Reber, B 21h
Reber, Judy 211
Rebel, Mark, 21h
Rebel, Sarah 21f1
Reda. 1155, 147
Reda, Deanna H5, 1511, ltxfi, 2011
Reed, Kaven 211
Reed, Rick 2111
Reeder, John 49
Reeder, Pamela 85, 2211
Reel, Regtnm Hs, 218
Relsch, S 227
Rhodes, Mnnuca 75
Rhome, Roger 75. 151
Rhyne, Robert 85. 2118
Rxch,ShelIvl12, 1510, 1011, wa, ml,
Rtddle, Uums 85
Rtdgeway, Chrxs 55.
Rtesln, .lamle 75
Rtesen, .lell 75
Rtley, Make 75, 101:
Rtch, Todd 135, 1115, 1011
Rtchards, 1.154 115
Richmond, Geneva 75
Ring, Mnchelle 40, 185. 221
Rang, R 2341, 143
Rtnglendn, 1 22.4
Rmmger, V.-mon 75, 147, luv 11,11
Rntchte, 1365, 147, 100
Roberts, Deblvu- H5, 2211
Roberts, Floyd H5
Roberts, Kevin 225
Roberts, M 115, 1111
Robertson, Ed 234
Robertson, .1 75, 227
Robson, Bob 21111
Rodeler, Pamela fill, 32, 411, 1519, 1410, 101. 12.4
2.15, 234, 190
Rodgers, M 1,5
Roestl, Palncta, 27h
Rogers, Darcell 85, 1311, 17
Rogers, Nell 411, 22.4
Rogers, Vlclnr H5, 151, 2111, 1114
Roller, T 55, 159
Rnnsv, Uehhle 1145, 1Nl:, 75, 1170
Roose, Stephanie 75, 1115, 11411
Rosenberger, Slum 1115, 1115. 19.1, 12.1. 11111
Rosser, S h5
Rmhbrust, John 211, Zim
Rnluna, Davud 115
Rotuna, Susan 75, 1043
Rounds, Terry. 228
Roush, Steve 227
Rovder, J 75
Rowe, S 65, IHH, 11341
Rowe, Shaun H5
Royster, Amy 75
Rull, James 411, 47, 14.1, 11131, 12.1, 2111 104
Rull, Michelle, 2124
Ruggles, Jomld 75
Russell, Danem' 75, 1115, 187, 1'15
Russo, .1 b5, 222
Russell, Enc 411, 21.1
Russell, H h5, 101
Russell, Jeffrey 411,-14, llll, 111. 111. 1.15. 1115
191, 234, 195, 1911, 1'1'I, 2111. lfulw
Russn. Charles K5
Ryan, M1 2214
Salknw, Andrew 411, 441. 185, 187
Salkow, Wnllmvn 75, 1145, 187, 2114
Sallyunls, Ann 75, K7 ll'1. 1411
Salt.-v. Anthmw flu
Salter, Joseph, 2214
Salter. Wesley 75. 147, lun
Snmnns, R U5
Sams, Comme N7
Sams. Dehhll H5
Snndahl, lynn 118, 1145, lllh, 1114
Sanluccn, N 230
Sarver, Gwen 40, 1117, 11114, 111, 184, 1147, 117.1
Sarvev, Pat 75, 1Hlu
Stnvev, Tun h5, 1147
Seus. G 1:5
Sfhnlev, Todd 75, 1115
Schatz. .1 115, 147, lzv5, 15:4
Scharlr. J 115
Schleckengnsl, Kathy 1 221
Schveckengosl, Kathy L 41, 4.1, 150
Scheets, J 85, 228
Schenk, Lmda 41, 18
Schnlllg, Kevtn 85, 2024
Schlemmer, Mary 75
Schmuckev, Paul. 22.1
Schnexder. Steven H5
Schreckengnsx Kathy 41, 1'12, 221, 2711
Schubert, lenxmnl 40. 317
Schullev, James H5
Srhuller, Mmm H5. 212
Schultz, Linda 75
Schwinn, James 55,
Scott, llmrm 05, 75, 150, 1217
Scott, Donald h5. 75. 215
Scott,.1tm5, 147. 158, 155
Smut, Robert F 41
Sfmt, Teresa, 227
Seabnlt, Cvcxl 41, INR, 1110, IRR, 101. 2112
Seavy, My 11.1, lt:-1
Servers, .1 55, 1X7
Sells, Tanya 225
Sells, Theresa 41
Seule,Kt15, lvl, N7
Severance, Roh.-rt 75, lull
Shaller, T 164
srwpnsfk, Fowl.. 4-a, me
smell, a 1-5, ms, tm, wr,
Sheen. K 1111, 1.1.1,
Sheets, K 115, 147.
Sherwood, Brmn 41
Schenher Mr, 17
Slnmp, Samuel R5.
Shupnmn. Dan.: 1.111
stttpmdn, Dmdl 4,51
Shlpnmn. R X7
Slmnk, Fred 115. 1524
Shnnk, l.nn 75
Shnnk, .lnan 41, 212
Slmnk, Michael S 1
Schrader C Q15
IH5, 1:44-, 104. 1411,
14'1. lt-15, 1Xtu. 140. 140
stmwf, stupt....t,.- 4-1
Schultz. 1 115
Shustev, Doug... as
Shuslur, Mass 1117
smtltl, .l.15.'ptt 1-ul
sl.,9l.w. 1' zum
Snhock, T 55
Stmmnni. Kun H5.
1.10, 14111. lllll
Simons, Fundv H5, 212, 271
Sxngev, B 228
Skarpusns, Uma 2111
Skoczmslu, Johna 75, 188
Slahaugh, Joyce, 211
Slllktn, Path 85, 212
Sllmak, Stephanie 21, 190
Slusser, M 65, 185, 187
Smarr, June 75
Smith, Beth 182
Smith, Debbie 75, 191
Smlth, Jerl 86
Smith, John 65
Smlth, Kenneth 147
Smith, Kendall 49, 114, 116
Smith, M 65, 49, 131, 158
Smith, Terry 75
Snyder, B 164
Snyder, Kimberly, 219
. Tracy, 219
Snyder, Vlckl 75
Mary 75, lox, 17
Spall, Shawna 75. 191
Speakman, Kevin 190
Specht, Gretchen 75, 163, 201
Spencer, Robin 75
Sponseller, Kathryn 75, 86, 107, 1
iponseller, Ken 185
Springer, Julle 212
on, L 65, 118, 188
Stanley, Carol 86
itargen, Jellrey L 49
itargen, T 65
lalntclalr, Robert 75
Lteen, R 75
rtewart, Christopher 75, 156, 1911
ltewart, E 65
ltewart, John, 234
ltewart, M 65
ltewart, Tracy 75
ltellabot, Marla 65
ltllller, Christine 75
ltllllon, David 65
tllllon, Tom 75
tllllnn, Penny Jn 43, 211
tockll, Brian 43, 223
tone, Amy 159, 123
rnne, R 158
toll , R
tone, Amy 86, 119, 159, 193, 200
tone, Rob 65, 165
touller, Stephen 4.1, 242, 17, 200, 201
tovall, K 66, 147, 158, 169
tovall, Patrlcla 43
Brett 86, 145, 101, 166
Summers, R 75, 104, 116
Summers, Rlchard 38, 44, 145, 234, 201
Sutherland, Dennis 75
Sutherland, P 66, 118
Swain, Sandy 86
Swaggett, R 86
Swarts, Jeffrey 76
Swlndell, T 222
Sykes, Thomas 86
Sylvester, Todd 209
Syme, K 66
Syme, Leslle 76
Syme, N 66
Szelll, Debra 66
Tanner, Daunette 86
Taschwer, Sherry 76
Tatsh, Lorl 44
Taylor, Cathy 86, 218
Taylor, Mareno 86
Taylor, Randolph 116
Teal, Bonnle 86, 220
Tennis, L 66, 119, 159, 191
Tennls, Terrl 86, 220
Teppert, Angel 44, 159, 227
Teppert, Ernest 234
Terrel, L 66, 156
Terrell, James 66
Terrell, Michael, 180
Terrell, Robln 225
Thatcher, Jeanne M 44, 219
Scott 43, 132, 165, 193, 123, 234, 164,
tryleller, Catherln 43
tuchell, A 147
tuchell, B, 223, 206
tuchell, Bart 43
tuchell, Brlan, 66
tuchell, L 171
uggett, R 208
ukosd, Ken 43, 223
ummers, Lester 225
Thomas, David 49
Thomas, Diane J 29
Thomas, Cary 49, 191
Thomas, Ernest, 206
Thomas, Karen 76, 191, 225
Thomas, K 76, 216, 195
Thomas, Kelth 66
Thomas, N 66
Thompson, Gall 192
N 66, 191
Ticom, A 126
on, Gall 44
Tulle, Adam 152
Tolle, Stuart 44, 45, 144, 145, 147.
T 66, 163, 197
Tolle, Jennie 86
Tournoux, Dian 207
Trainer, Cllll 76, 154
Trainer, Tammy 1. 76
Trainer, Troy 147
Trlell, Janice 76
Trlplett, Aemlta 187, 185, 66
Trlplett, J C 158
Trlplett, T 187, 185, 66
Truman, Allen 86, 208
Trummer, Shawn 66
Tschappatt, Chris 66, 132, 44, 184.
234, 195, 196
Tschappatt, M 185, 187, 195, 196
Tucker, G 66
Turner, Mark 239, 44, 232, 226
Underwood, Vlrglnia 66
Underwood, William 190, 123
185, 193, 235.
Upshaw, C 66
Utterback, Mr 161, 160
Vanderkar, Dana 76, 185, 187
Vanwy, S 76
Van Dress, Veronlca, 227
Venables, L 66, 187
Vesey, Dawn 44, 111, 190, 193, 244
Vesey, Ken 118, 216
Vlcars. Craig 45, 115
Vlcars, David 45
Vlcars, Kristy 76
Vicars, Ronnie 86, 145
Vlerl, A 66
Vlen, L 86, 118, 163, 190, 204
Vlen, M 76
Vick, Janice 76
Vlrden, G 66
Vltalaril, D 66, 191
Vogel, V 66
Voytko, Jennifer 76, 191
Wade, S 66, 185, 186
Wagoner, Mary 86, 118, 194, 204
Walnuskls, Terry 49
Walborn, D 76
Walborn, Robyn 45, 219
Walborn, B 66
Wallzer, Craig 86
Walker, Debra 76
Walker, Donna 76
Walker, Gary 192
Walker, Helen 49
Walker, 66, 152
Walton, Mrs 219
Wamsley, Mr 121, 235, 236
Wamsley, Shelley 118, 76, 132, 185. 186, 195,
Ward, David 66
Ward, Kimberly 86, 212
Ward, Ursula 76
Ware, Greg 223
Watson, Renee, 200
Wayne, Paula 191
Welser, Mrs. 93
Webb, Mr. 236
Webster, Barbara 76
Webster, J. 76, 196
Webster, Mary Lou 45
Weekley, Brenda 76
Welder, Lew 86, 190
Weimer, Ann 76
Weise, D 149
Wells, S 66
Welsh, Scott 192
Welsh, Todd 49, 213
Werden, Mrs. 210
Wert, Andy 86, 148, 149, 114, 178, 196, 161, 160
West, Ivan 76
West, Loraine 76
West, Terry 209
Wharmby, James 217
Wheeler, J 66, 160
White, D 66, 199
White, M 56
Wiegel, Mr 236
Wiese, John 86, 149, 191, 196, 161, 160
Wiese, Marianne 47, 45, 140, 193, 234, 201, 202
Wiles, Mary 210
Williams, Bully 76
Williams, Cindy 45
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Wllllams, C 188
Williams, Heather 76, 199
Wllllams, J 66, 154
Wllllams, Raymond 66, 218
. Robin 80, 86, 185, 186
, Terrence 156
Wllllamson, Alan 49
Wllllamson, M 66, 158
wllllsmsml, Ralph, 229
Wlllls, Lorl 185, 187
Wllson, C 76
Wllson, Darlene 185, 188, 196
Wllson, Gary 86, 206
Wllson, K 66, 159
Wllson, Llnda 86, 218
Wilton, James G 45, 145, 232. 223
Wlsse, Tlna 86, 218
Wlthrow, G 66
Wlttenbrook, Vernon 49
Wolfe, Janet 230
Wolford, Brenda 225
Wolkan, B 66, 185. 186
Woolf, Troy 66
Worley, J 66
Worley, Mark 192
Worley, Raymond 76
Worley. Roger 46
Worley, Terra 76
Wright, J 66
wnght, J acl, 191
Wright, R 66
Yarlan, A 66
Yeager, R 191
Yeagley. S 67
Yoho, Mr 201
Yost, M-r 222
Young, Lorl lMcClungl 49
Young, Myrna 76
Zaleskl, Mike, 166
Saleskl, Mark 145, 167
Sondra 46, 213
Ztccardl, J 216
Zlgler, Tlna 210
Kelly vb, 187
Zlnkhon, Rock 46, 115
Zmuda, B 67
Zmuda, Michael 86, 145, 227
Zmuda, Susan 46, 219
Zucchero, Amy 46, 188, 193, 123, 21 1 5
Zuccero, B 188, 67
Zucherro, Dana 86, 228
Zumbar, A 67
Zurbrugg, C 67, 145, 147, 156, 161
Zurbrugg, B 86, 210
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