Alliance High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Alliance, OH)

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A k - ' OIDQYV at t ey o natura - E, , 5 uf .I iecah t e excitement o ""rf Hf.-W q-xv. ly, actmg the way they arg, an ' If W V, .: listening to the choir, and '1 E f D ,T., ' A, " rl, I 'f fg"n,g.l of course the memory of Q, . .' I . 4 KW giving all the wonderful g . -12'-Q blood on Blood Day. If IT-'T , .V ' Y Wulf ' 1 you've forgotten, just howit COVER 1 I "' '- "' A , ' g vrrlaasrlllugg these pages to re- An interesting combination ' ij: -'lf' FACULTY 90 from the layouts of existing newspapers such as The New York Times, The Al- liance Review, and The Akron Beacon Journal. INTRODUCTION 4 A spectacular 12-page portfolio which captures those moments at Alliance High School and the crazy people who go there. SENIORS A last look at those of us who will no longer be seen roaming halls during class or keeping the studyhall filled. .lust 4-1 pages of those fun loving, wild and crazy Seniors. As the Pages turn, see those who dared to be- come class officers and ad- visors. And who can resist staring at those mug shots of the foxy guys and girls. To 16 . ,, , I S ,X Ffagggf Iliff X are-ffl'-1' A 4' lnipnjiffglllffi f f f K' 1: l f 11 I , 1' 4 Ill jfdlflu . . H, -wx, 'TP .IUNIORS 58 A look at the class of '80 re- vealing those students who are preparing to become Seniors. Feel the tenseness as you look into the faces of these Junior students. SOPHOMORES 66 An array of faces that show the good things about being a sophomore. Watch for those sophomores with a "know-it-all" look. Watch out sophs, just wait till next year . . . FRESHMEN 78 .lust take a look at those new arrivals that are fresh from the halls of State Street and Stanton schools. Take note upper classmen, what you once were like. An arrangement of faces of those who guide and teach us. This section is an ar- rangement that will puzzle you. .IOCKS 99 ' 'L gl i! efrqjsgg i, I I". f' b AL r -" ff-uni 61 0 .-I nez ? . 08189 'I C In " - .+I A 39 page portfolio of those great sport teams Alliance High School has. Learn more about your favorite sport team as you read through these thrilling pages. See all those who tried their hardest to he- come the best . . . STUDENT LIFE 139 Read all about the year as it was. Bring back those memories of the romantic 1 CANDIDS 154 Look who the camera has gotten this time. Remember the shuffle of cards on, prom night, or take a loot at those untramaural vol- leyball and basketball players. Recall the thrill of meeting someone from a different country, or listen- ing to a friend tell his expe- riences from living in a dif- ferent country as you look over this 25 page section. 97.1 a s :ri F .. ' U' A W ,.,.A v 1 VOCATIONAL CLASSES 179 Grease, grease, and more grease. Or is that pound, pound, pound, or maybe even snip, snip, snip. Which ever it may be, you can hear all these noises as you walk through the voca- tional classes at Alliance High School. Learn skills that can help you find a job quickly in your hands. One can read all about these classes as he leafs through this section, and finds out it's not all fun and games being in a vocational class, but tough, steady work. In addition, read and rc- member what groups went where and who dropped the eggs, not to mention all the things which got painted, welded, ma- chined, visualized, elec- trified, combed, typed, or otherwise manipulated. 1 I CLUBS Sr ORGANIZATION 206 What's your interest? Leaf through this 16 page section and read about all the in- teresting and exciting things one can do at Alliance High School. If you enjoy acting, try out for Blue Dom, and if you're good you may get inducted into Thespians. If writing is your thing, get in- volved in Creative Writing. If your interests lie in foreign countries, Foreign Language Club is for you. For all those of you who would like to become cheerleaders but don't have the guts to scream andjump in front of groups of peo- ple, don't worry, Pep Club and Pepsters are the clubs for you. Join one or more, whatever your schedule, and you will find events, people and places far too numerous for these pages. Review them, and just begin to find out what goes at AHS. So you see, what- ever your interests, tbere's a club for you. REVIEW X INTRODUCTION 0 3 CHOIRS 81 BANDS 221 Fa, la, la, and so on. One can almost hear the crisp notes of young voices and the rhythm of instruments as he looks through these pages. Become exhausted as you read all about the many activities that keep a choir or band member busy. FINAL MOMENTS 229 Catch the excitement of the last days of being at Al- liance High School. Read all about the many awards Seniors received. Find out who went to the Navel Academy and who got scholarships to college. See the smiles of those graduat- ing, could those be aimed at underclassmen? Catch a last glimpse of seniors in action on pages 238, 239, and 240. And then read of the excitement of par- ticipating in an all night party. ADVERTISING 241 Quicker than a phone book, easier than driving a car around trying to find what you need. Use the art designs to find what your looking for. INDEX 266 Lists and more lists of all those who came to Alliance High School this year and the pages one can find them on. Let's see now, how many pages am I on . . . CHRONICLE STAFF 270 A look at those who made this book what it is . . . an annual telling and showing it as it was in 1978-1979. TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 0 REVIEW J INTRODUCTION 2 +,z-411. f ' M11 -1111 - f EE' 1 ..u-iglunxuk, -P ,-.u- JU 1- --" , I ff f ffkas-sz., 5 ,-A-gi-, .M-.7,, J' ,j v.u5C.'t'1: ILL 1'-F133 'fzfgvff ,,:.,. 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A , I V. ,,,,:- lg Q jg - . . 1 s- VV , "Z X , r: L, J - ' A5 A, 5 ,.- Y .51 'QL f ,, . L . 'iv ' 0, :fy-'-, , , Il 1 - 'VL' F: -- ff ,Ax W' A , , ff' ' ' 1 y - .J!. ',- ? - xg ' L t,. 35:3 Q B: -, J, 13 ,V 43" - . ,1 Y ff , .. r . N 1- V.,. A? 1 lv 5 1 '17 I ' ,lr . f W ffirl ' .J v A " . zz ,- hi, -5 1. I X D , hc, f mr LN. ' E23 ff' ,., ff pw A I. J ' , f I V -.:.-. ' 5 Q' f 51. - . J, . 6' X 5 ' N L.-Q.-'v1'T" "' """"" Yr NU I I ,fy 1. K I 1 ,ga 15 'J K 1 x 4' ER , l fix. vx 1,' l REVIEW' AHS x , , . REVIEW AH BLLSW -5-1-LE 'f'SQxinY5 S 8 0 REVIEWXALLIANCE HIGH :Wye P' h w as fifm U E! 1 ui 1 W 5 YEA T HS vyr I. X nl -4 -533-' .- fl 'fg- ,'-S' ' -, . 'HP Iilnn.-t- - s ,, -ll ,l 'Q ' ' ?"'kuf"' ,-f 2 - g , 9 Qfwjigfjf Y I 4. -5" ug Y' ,P "' A ,A ,X yr, - ' . fi. - J -J-NNN' "A 0 1: 5 , ,J . .-Wx, D 1 'A 8 REVIEW 1 INTRODUCTION 0 11 'iE'Ff,"'1Y2'1W .gy 6 X 1 3, Q semen X , I I, vum.u:vs I2 e REV1E'iVf,4fLLMNcE ,HIGH ,f 4 if!!! qi, s 1 ' Q4 - + , wr :mf REVIEWMLLIANCE HIGH o ul, 9-4' ,'N' L. f 53 ig: N 14 0 REVIEWXINTRODUCTION ' Q-1 gf ' Ti" a 'Q S 1-r 1 1, f if wvifrnw S., " 'Q X , 'af' , E 5- R9 1 , ! ,,U, '-A . ' x - 5- xr i Q- .Hn REVIEW' ,lf I, 16 o REVIEWIALLIANCE HIGH r-7.v ' . 5, ,.. "1-.4 WE CET CRAZY AND HAVE A GOOD TIME, WE'RE THE CLASS OF 79. That was the motto of the Senior class of 1979. The class started the year with the sale of silk roses for Valentines Day. Senior Blood Day set a new donor record with 219 pints Along with the projects Senlor year was a time for form mg lasting relationships reminiscing about years past and mostly looking forward to a new beglnnlng outside of Hlgh School life 15 Tern 00 David Ronald Lynn Millard Leroy Joseph Aelmg Axles Aldinger Alfani REVIEWISENIORS 0 Scott Allen Anderson Gail Denise Anderson Brett Steven Amelung Daniel Gerard Amabeli 'C""' fi 'Y , R-ei DIC l 51:1 1 1 I Z "'-wi ' 3 'Qi Leigh Ann Thomas .A , 71' 2 :TN AX -.. L 1 'W , ff ' i t'f 7,3-r' w 1 Sue barver ' f Jeff Lump illlfl Tim Gruylmill inspecling an lense. i 1 M i I I SEN IDRS Tami Lee Binion Daphne Rae Bingham D -tw 'i '1 1' 5 ..... -A Loren Scott Linda Glenn R. William Jean Kenneth Beatty Bell Beltrami Beutler ,. i r 'Q if if 5 , 4 -fa- kf Carol Lynn Buchanan S 'Nm REVIEWISENIORS O 21 ,MT ,gr , W7 g ,ag Q 1- 1 jig S ENIORS Uohn Cuskey, Doug Wert und Nevin - 3 l - .Zumbar swim evil. ' i Q' 1 , .mr ...- v.-3---,-. , ,!.,- - Li.. -....,,f: V -.--., -....- m 41 l Nancy Louise Buttermore ,A e M H-f - v ef-'-'Tv Q. Sue A y fe ,-2? il f - - , H -of FW., ,.-m---.m......,.-o-., fy- f 'Lf V' 2 2 ! 2 I E . Y I 5 2. ,..... Y '. f l?y4 - 'i i b T F. Ex T r X 'M ' y "0 , ' I I 21 if' l F , fly- V f Amy Shollcnherger and Lou Cironi. 1 Did someone suy fox? 2 419- fs. 3 'K x 'r 1 ' 1 ..,rv.................,..f I A V. 12.7 ' I 1 i K I V . I ! I Q-'P Q '-1 'F-rv -I 3- -A Krysti n William Jeffrey Elizabeth Lynn Keith Howard Burni , P , Buc key Bunch Burke L HSENIORS V Sylvia Denise Bycraft William Todd Cade Gregory Campbell ' 'Chris Eugene Cannon .init w ' x f X'i!X 'f"'11V 'FF' ,,..---"5""-"f ' M.,-P tg ' 5 'Foxes' Allison l,1Goin-tney. .f 3 ,f"-. " L sy.: :Gy-'KX sb' -gf' Kevin Lee Carpenter Kim I" Ka thy Ann C arter J'x-. . O + , N :N il , ly, 1 F! 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L in wr' i Kimberly Susanne Close Yr 5 5...-.,k ES ii QF.,- fbi 117 Jacquelyn Sherry Marie Lynn Clymore Cochran SENIORS Randy Wood Cunningham David Richard Daily Lori Ann Danesi John Phillip Davis fl' 3 David Fees relaxes in Art. .,.., . , Virginia Cowan, flliamlones, Sue Kirk., .loan Merki - Michelle Sticke V" gg, 5'-J lr If Q4 ' 5 'Q UI' ,a x Y Paul Brenda Patricia Donna Edward Lee Lynn Jean Davis Day Dobson Doringo A Cindy Zurbrugg i " , H . .Q , . 3 4 5 x , -, t 5 EN 1035 2 wi, K 1 , P F I5 LX James Fasone -- w :jg X 5 I Jacquelme Mxchelle " Fannin 4 Y .a I ' Craig Ashbrook John Anthony Essinger II XX' Deb ra Ann Eckert . r to a 'FSH V ' 'fr' ,auf '-1: Cruig George Lorx Wallace , Xf"' J -19" 3 -"'J""-I-' l - 'X uv--p Michael Cath ohn 17137 y J Diane David Allyson Edward Carol Dreger Dudas Ebert Eby SENIORS David Randall Feess M ,Michael Wallace F eller Bret A. Ferguson Douglas Harry Fisher g 74' T"""""-""'P , , ,J Donna Doringo,j9'hSt's ,cookin'? f " A -as-1 ' UW if 1 I IT 1 I Qfa 3 I 3 I I 1 3 hows her skill ln rolling 5 ,. VV.:E,A P? .,,Y ,..,.. ,,,,,,. ..... , , ,, ,,.,.,, ,,,. ., Z I I I '53 hd l"'x2 1--0 "1-zv' R Sharon Ronald Randy James Elizabeth Gordon Lee M. Fleck Flenniken Foley Fontaine if V ?"fwM V s. -1- 1 E I ORS Sandra Lynn F urgiuele Michelle Lynn F urcolow Cynthia Denise Freeman Clarence W. Freeman .lr -...1,?.., ,,., ..,,. . ,,. .. ,. ,V ...v. Y, l ,-,'9Tw -'ff a 1 fe' '.1 " ' ,, .,1 -,-W, ., , 1 Q T ,, , ..,.g,9,,n, , .-., x , . ,f'L-- ' . fgws,-' -::,':. ., 25 :ug - ' x- c --.--L--vi'-.2 1 'Nl' 1 f F I ,y y :fair f 1 , 7- , . , 4.,.....,Y ...,.., Glenn Darlene Ford Vera Fording s..g 613, 6 David Eli Francisco Jr. - 'ff- ,..- 'Q' i Qs! Bi 1-:JD we-5 Rui' Dewayne 5 W W, Glenn Frank Craig SENIORS Linda Marie Furry Kevin Gaffney Tracy Ann Ganslein Dennis Gordon Gaume wifi nf' .wx M. 'QS' ,9- 1 John Ebert ' 'X'xiw,,X2l 1 15 n Nw ' A' A. A. . i' A . O . is 1 1 d-:-mai' T""'P ' 1 Kim Leeman revieivs Chronicles. . '1 Q91 514 ' i ' M i iiLoretta i i Craig! W ' i Kimberly Marie Rodger Sue Gelmini George Godsey .... Q Marion Leon Goins Janice Brienza ,W 1 ,T?.T.,, ., o ,,e,mW,V A ..,., .-.U 5 ' a 1-"1 ""'21A?u".w 145 IA 1 X. if 4, -if gg 'lf X 'Civ SENIORS Timothy James Graybill Angelena Marie Gray Kathleen Marie Graham David Morton Graf .Ira Al V Jean.,-a....w.1........m.....q, 9 r,' ' 'Fr YT-:V i' EV? I 4 ! Q 3 . 'Y Q" -as J' I r Martin Steven Tracy Janet Louis C. J 0 May Goldman Goodwin Goshorn Craebing Xin, .-.'Hx!m'M SENIOR John Allen Green Eva Rae Creeneisen Patricia Ann Grinter Kim Anne Hahlen Q A f f' 1 xx X I H :lf ' Y 1 A ' P I X" in ff i Sink fiwtffirl --Giyehif e a cigiarette or give me dehlh. - WX' de 3 ' - 5 1 i I F 3 1 1 X Trina Baker 'LJ 4""7V 4 ' -. k 55:5 +1-,eu ., ,, if Ag. .T Zi, . -e . , ,- -pun-iff' V 1 1 :J Lisa Teodor, Lynn McCallum. u W 11.5-1-rl-1' in Pamela Jeffrey Cynthia Rosalyn .lo Brian Sue Rosita Hahn H Haidet Hall Hancock 'Y r .Ja ,, ,..YA 1 1- M- I ..ff42- 1 '.,,i- . " " M , , 'Sm ,, . ., 1,1 4,A.v,gfi-34.23 uf f..e- . :--1'-Lungs.-:'A ,,,.... V , -,..anI .Ca Q2 . ' Q,--1,.f..x-,, .1 .- gm 'HE 4 1' A.-g . ,W 'i i U n .- I -:9 ls'1':4QT ' V '.:3f23g......n-7-Q Lwgnww V i- l X 3 .- --" , , ,, VL, "4f9'G.111.mI ,111 f --1-vs fa- W,'T"ffw ' -if, 1- Ill. Fffli AEE? 1370-1i'lz,?4QlGf4i2-i W' ' -..:.M:.,: I-.f V3 , ,, ,.,m,Ew":-- I I .,-.. -nele H'- .gq-L?-.--vi -' L-6 4 , I3 X V'-S .. -', 3 Bonnie man - caught in the act. T. 'gx ll 1' ,HQ :L :ff Q3-X Bob Slutz and Frlends ,fr n i ,fi , . . ' K J SEAUOR Jeffrey Paul Heckman Vernon Lee Hawkins Lu Ann Hawkins Samuel Lee Hatcher v-3,- Kiwi' NJ nn i 'vw i . -In rf :xt 'fl' ,, W ,- . .V ,W J F M :Z X 4 , L ff: W-5' 'x U Timothy Lenora Lou Ann Susan Alan Darlene Harris Marie Harlan Harris Harris 32 0 REVIEWISENIORS ' SENIORS Steven Michael Helsel Craig Allen Henry Gary Marshall Hill David .lohn Hines 'Q 'ti 1:51 5 xii' 4 xxx '1 ' l ill r l. .xx A'. , ,,,,!l 1 . ., ., .,, - 7 .uv 9-l...r I' '-- l r-- 1 ..' g iff- we in 2, Af: ,-3--?.-15vi.:-, ld A r I ' ' I N V M x X ' 1 w Na 4' X ' J-l V 2 L - S Amy Shollenburger and Allison Kelly outside a toga party. .,., ,, H597 , Paul Kundel, Dianne Ebby, Brian Packey. Q-7-1 ' David Pamela Karen Corliss Brian Renee Sue Vinette Hobbs Hofius Hoge Holly y km - "' REVIEWISENIORS 0 33 Sue Sarver x ga ,,. Ml A ,. J.. 4 Nr-1 sg," ,.,V,, ,. Mlchelle Sticker x-wi NN K MMM Pam Scaia SENIORS Keith Alan Johnson Clifton Allen Johnson Jodie Lynn Jewell ew Brenda Lynn J -3 r:-xi ell 'll ,gn . W 7 .wi iff 5 k ju I ' uxlwlilgm L ,,..- . . ...W 2.44 Mariellen Elizabeth Holt nl, Craig Thomas John Douglas H. Leroy Hoopes Hupp, Jr. Jenkins SENIORS Toyia Lafin Johnson , Vanessia Angela Johnson "S, Suzanne Marie Jones Jodie Belinda Jordan Tom Zeni f+'.f! " ' 4- Dave Ashley and his M X' ,ffz D 'w--539' . ,INV E J I JC" 'J Srfui' sl i if 'i J J' Paul ',N K Allison Kenneth Felicia William Kay L. Marcia Kandel Kelly Kelly Kemp 5, is Brenda Sue Akers Dave Ashley and Lisa Baier SlleiKurlinskid K K-2?-' Barry Darnell Banks Egger' Kelvin Lilly Robert Wayne Benning Y ffflfqlbrie Ann -Mazzei Mary Alyce Booth ' " ClIlx'vin'Mil1er Brenda Lynn Buck Joann Campbell A Richard Alan Castello Rita Marie Clapper . ' Keith A. Cnrrv Francisco Sepeda Delaeoqmg, Gregory David Galfi "' Angela .Qarreffa James' A11ihnnriyrvCuziay Miehelie 'fI'eriSa.gGilbliQnri, ,Apri1 GlekEer ly .SlQ,Gg5iiLynn'Gfbqn Q '.- P'LIPli!fI'l'ampu , ' Q- "' -lc-ai e uililihnnmi Mick ' r '-'-f'Dennis5K.ii'Sta,eriif 5 ' L gTKih3EiiQh5'f'7Iior1hn'r A . lmnasupiiiflglxmii ': A-lMfdh'5lE"R'Enjige4 Kernel , '-e, ' .. ,.,.'i , ,F-I Ov., FJ., it, ,mv Lv, LarryMMummerx Tl-mniaa:Murlz Iammy'Z'Lynn, Newshutz 'Silndra"Dk:nl16ne Nichols Debra L. Nullexf' Wilma Cale Offill fflbberl R. Owens Frei-ry Paina A 'W!illiarn,J'ose'pli Porter - XlIoiigaq'Pugh, Jr. Deyvilgy ,KimblE..Pi1g11 Liiibpiigh A Diiiieiglbeiti' 5, ' Melanie MIKE Spdiliielfl .- LIi1ilfes'VfSl5fy:5ei'i.gL4 V Cliayles' BrE!'Sli1cjjiil,lQ ' Hiqkig-fd ffhimmsfx efiiii Leeziwilllillgliim- Jngiggs. Lee gwilclisl ' REVIEWISENIORS 0 35 SENIORS Theresia Christine Kline Lorin Louis Kleinhans Susan Ann Kirk David Edward Kinnard Q-3, hw' .A 1. Q I-w 1. -. f-56' Lf' I u :A , ' '. , . -..: , A 1' rf ' i' , u ' ljif 'LT' :lf A a 1 .,-:ali SODYH Linda - Gloria Christine M8118 Jo Jean M. Kelllledi' Kerr Kidd King 36 0 RE VIE WISENI ORS SENIQRS l Pamela Kay Kuntzman 5 Jeffrey Allen Lamp Kimberly Sue Lantz Jerry Lee Latimore I E I ffl," 'Ir 'Q .- . l .oil ti I f E' Y., ,, L. A-YL 'Face . Wi. . E5 I 'r as is Julie Rudolph I' 'iq "A ' I iii Q49 'IQ-'rv' Carl Daniel Kimberly Steven Edward Russell Alison Wayne Lawson, Jr. Leedy Leeman Legros , I REVIEWXSENIORS 0 37 F ma. .- Kevin Puhl found a good hook Smile Doug Wert, y0u're on candid camera. to cuddle up with. 'xxx' f 7, , X W Dave Graf takes aim against SENIORS Lynn Ann McCallum Tonji Jean Mason Shari Ann Marazza . Lorayna Jo Mancini Mmammw-nw-.w,.f.5awui..q.wmm. vmmnwug il 2 .- . - i fi VM if another water battle in chemis- try. i f 5 ' Ni' x P i ! YWYT7 -' N.,, E I E . X . me P v i w 1 i f 1 f 1 i Michael Christine . Katherine Linda Ray Elaine Marie Rae Lemaster Long Long M iMacDouga1l 4-2-'29 3 . E .uf ,,,.4,, , , 1: i 4 SENIORS Kathleen Marie McDaniel Steven James McGeehen l Sharon Sue McGirr Timothy Michael McGurren 3 E E ! 1 v QL :L Y i I Q i E W A ef ,, ,,., A ., , .... MA Kevin Zumbar hu..-f 4.5! Jeff Lamp and Cary Strata getting that ajax shine. Q i- gr,-.P A A 1--43 Robert JoAnne Benzetta Toni ' Vernon Merki Marie Marie McMasters Metcalf Micketti R Paula Schaper E .- 'X Q.. -uv ii ey G 3 o as 'li 'Lv-av? Paula Brenda Cheryl Milton Sue Kay Lynn Randall Middaugh Mikes Miller Miller John Essinger checking things out. SENIORS Thomas 1 David Kyle Moore Larry Robert Mohr David Lawrence Minnich in uel Moore i ' " i 3 r , r S A53-L X 1 .. 5 A-s-J vi" fr- ' V W 5 , ff- ' V I . if- - y 1 1 1 A , . ., ,Xb - If 'F I -'QFQP wus-.. '55 1 , wx Q xx Gerald Steven Nichols .lack Ste art Norris Selester Nicholson io. , A l F Ji" F'4T,F'+ Jane! Graehmg Brlan ' Brlan Scott Davld Orzo Oyster SENIORS Roy Marion Phillabaum Tamara Lorrain Phillips Laura Jean Pigg Scott Forrest Pittman 'suv X 1'7" i N Q 1.,.f--"QV X 2 i f' .f. 1 ' ' s . X -Bonnie Bowman rexds up ...,..........q.......... V .4- If I' :Vg flvorlt-ejkbject. ,. f John Green gets thinner! I 1 1- , . ff, x Z , r,w, M5351- .f.z2'f'l.:5 ',Q ' A,-X f, . I., ' 7' , a.iH, : , '-sl Michele Marie Porinchak is Ng 6.5 Richard Kevin Diana Marden Richard Dora Pow Puhl Ray AP- X 1: REVIEWXSENIORS 0 43 SENIORS Mark Alan Roose Tracy Lee Rogers Terry Lee Rogers Richard Owen Riley 5 s 4 X w - 1 , X Q. f EV 'IGI ICS! 5S1rrku Lantta i 6 Hifi 1 Tammye John Timothy Raye Russell William Reagan Reeder Reynolds 1 of 5 Ray Winn .- :ect J. ia- f . R F 'Q uS",,f ' 'Q 1 L I ' e -" '-" 5 1 I1 Q ' I u ,.f ' . X, . Joe A les cram or hysics ' W, .x::l.,k I" Y 7 I X, dmv' ,-qt vj i i -'QF ,. fi, , f Barbara Kaye Ridgeway 44 0 REVIEWISENIORS A SENIORS David Eric Russell Jeffrey Lee Russell Julie Dawn Rudolph Thomas Martin Ruth Z 2 5 '77 vid Graf ft if 1'-f Lisa Murphy I al' ffl i -55:1 K h G Laurie Holly llnffn 'lim Dailey Lynn Sailer Sampson Sams Salldml 1 r1'W"'V ' f .- s ' 1 C , Mike Drego - Better be gone to three. ' xi H N. David Minnich I or H , A I if A , . , 1 N 1 ' ,, I J I W A I i 1 'l ffig 15 x 'E+ , g! 5 x ' l . ff' ' 1, um? ' I ,W ,.1 , N... al If '15-0 Suzanne Pamela Dorothy Paula Lynn Jo Dawn Ann Sarver Scaia Schafer Schaper REVIEWXSENIORS 0 45 SENIORS Elain Teresa e Sells Jerry Sedei 46 0 REVIEWISENIORS ,w W cw ay MQW w M 137' 45, Matthew E. Shahaden 3 Russell Lee ,Shefelton gligwflwly Amy Louise Sllollenberger l N ii' ' 5 it ,. . 4 fr Holly Sherrill Patricia Marie Siegfried ' L 'Curtis Eugene Sines Q J Charles Andrew Sivey S tk . F A , E Robert Eugene Slutz, Jr. FX Gary Lee Smith L Sharon Lei h Smith A X S Richard Lee Spears Q' -.mga umm. Elizabeth Marie Spurgeon April Leigh Stanley 'William John Stanley Shari Lynn Steinwender i 1 3 f u .lack David Stewart Juan Anthony Stewart Michelle Lee Sticker Chris Allen Stieb .1 -,Sk ww gag, afiefixwggi '53 A iazggxkgl xx .I E L F I f f r ,-A - ' +I? 1 ,in ,,,,,,,- '15- 'TTI' , .1 'x X, 1 Hb' x' 'x RQ' ' 1' x ' , Q----7 ,,, X 4 X! Lelgh Ann Thomas YW' o SENIORS 5 Lori Lynn Wallace Valerie Lynn Wasson Alice A. Watson y Linda Kay Wayne f Jennifer Lynn Weimar A 'Fmiklin Douglas Wert III Alan Preston Williamson i yy Raymond George Winn Terri Lynn Withrow Michael Anthony Zaleski Thomas Gerard Zeni Evelyn May Ziegler Kevin Scott Zumhar , Cynthia Ann Zurhrugg AELING, TERRI - Child Care 3,43 Home Ec. 1,23 V. Pres. 2. AILES, JOE - Chess 3,43 Foreign Language 2,3,43 Key 3,4Q NHS 43 Honorary Athletics 43 Science 3,43 Football 2,3,43 Intra. Basketball 3,43 Intra. Volleyball 3,43 Prom Committee3 Talent Show per- former 33 Who's Who. 3. ALDINGER, DAVID - Honorary I Athletics 1,23 Football 1,23 Chroni- cle Staff 3,4. ALFANI, RONALD - Telecom- munications3 Pres. 43 Vocational ' Representatives Pres. 4. I AMABELI, DANIEL - Printing BAIER, LISA - NHS 43 Pep 3g Cheerleading 1,2,3,43 Co-Capt. 13 Prom Committee. Homecoming Queen, 4. BAKER, TRINA - Diversified Cooperative3 DCT 4. BANKS, BARRY- Intra. Basketball 1,23 Capt. 1, Co-capt. 2. BATES, TERRI - Inter'l Thespian 43 Performing Arts 43 Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Madrigals 3,43 Brass Choir 3,43 The Night of Jan. 16th, Band, Committee: Oklahoma, Role3 You Can't Take It With You, Committee3 Carousel, Role3 Girls' Basketball 23 Cheerleading 13 Prom Committee3 Student Senate Re- pres. 33 Office Helper 2,3,43 Talent Show Performer 33 Senior Project Chairman 4. SE IOR PROFILES Trades3 VICA 4g Intra. Basketball 1,2. AMELUNG, BRETT - Creative Writing 43 Foreign Language 2,3,43 Key 3,43 NHS 43 Honorary Athletics 3 3,43 Pres. 43 Science 3,43 Choir 33 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,33 Intra. Basketball 3,43 lntra Volleyball capt. 3,43 Prom Co-Chairman Buck- eye Boys' State 33 Talent Show ' Performer 33 Who's Who 3g Stu- dent Congressional Council 3. ANDERSON, GAIL - IOE Stenog Library Aide 13 OEA 3,43 Office Helper 2,3,43 Clinic Helper 1. ANSTINE, MARK - Printing Trades. ASHBROOK, CRAIG - Golf 2. ASHLEY, DAVID - Creative Writ- ing 13 Library Aide 23 Honorary Athletics 23 Football 43 Track 43 Prom. Committee. BACON, DONNA - IOE Clerk- Typist3 OEA 3,43 Treas. 43 Stage Crew 43 Library Helper 13 Chroni- cle Staff 4. BACORN, RICHARD - Machine TP3d6SQ Orchestra 33 Oklahoma Band Committee. BEATTY, LOREN - Natural Re- sources3 Football 1,2,3,43 Swim- ming 1,2,3,4. BELL, SCOTT - Chess 3,43 Creative Writing 43 Foreign Language 3,43 Key 2,3,43 Treas. 3,43 NHS 3,43 Honorary Athletics 3,43 Secr. 4g Treas. 43 Basketball 1,23 Football 1,2,3,43 Intra. Basketball 3,43 Intra. Volleyball 3,43 Prom Committee3 Student Senate Repres. 1,2, Treas. 3,4, Student Senate Parliamentar- ian 1,2,3,4Q Sgt. at Arms 43 Presi- dential Classroom 4g Academic Challenge 3,43 Lab Assistant 3,43 Board of Elections 4g Buckeye Boys' State 3g Talent Show Per- former 33 Exchange Club Student of the Month 43 Who's Who 3g Class President 1,23 Stark County Stu- dent of Month 4g Massillon K of C-Scholar Athlete 4g Student Con- gressional Council 3. BELTRAMI, LINDA - Band 1,2,43 Girls Ensemble 4g Kiss Me Kate Singer3 Swimming 23 Track 23 Rot- ary Exchange Student CAustraliaJ 3. BENDEICH, TIMOTHY - Swim- ming 43 Tennis 4g Rotary Exchange Student. BENDER, SHIRLEY - Child Careg Child care club 2, Pres. 2. BENNING, ROBERT - Work Study. RE VIE WIPROFILES 0 49 BINION, TAMI - Distributive Edu- cationg DECA 43 Foreign Language 2,33 Pep 3g Choir 2,33 Band 1,2,3Q Majorette 33 Orchestra 1,33 Ok- lahoma Dancer, Singer. BLYMILLER, MIKE - Auto Me- chanicsg Band l,2,3. BONDONI, JOE - Band 1,2,3,43 Ok- lahoma Band Committee3 Chroni- cle Staff 3. BONFERT, VERNER - Diversified Cooperative3 Key 1,23 Orchestra lg DCT V. Pres. 4. BOOTH, MARY - Foreign Language 2,33 Choir 1,43 Band lg Lab Assis- tant 2,33 Office Helper 2g Library Helper 2,3. BOWMAN, BONNIE - NHS 43 Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 13 Madrigals 4g Girls Ensemble 43 Girls' Swimming 3,43 Prom Com- mittee3 Wl1o's Who 2. BOYD, WILLIAM - Engineering Draftingg VICA 3,43 Pres. 3,43 Wrestling 1. BRIENZA, ,IANICE - Foreign Lan- guage 2,33 NHS 3,43 Prom Commit- tee3 Chronicle Staff 3,43 Who's Who 3. BRYANT, KATHY - Engineering Draftingg VICA 1. BUCHANAN, CAROL - Distribu- tive Education3 Foreign Language 1,23 Girls, Track 1, Manager lg Lib- rary Helper 1. BUCK, BRENDA - Foreign Lan- guage l,23 Library Aide lg Band 1,2,33 Library Helper 1. BUCKEY, KRYSTIN - Blue Domino 1,2,3,43 Creative Writing 2,3,43 Foreign Language 4g Inter'l Thespian 1,2,3,43 V. Pres. 4g NHS 4g Toastmasters 23 Choir 1,43 Girls Ensemble 4g Ten Little Indians Committee3 Kiss Me Kate Dancer, Committee3 Arsenic and Old Lace Role, Committee3 You Can't Take It With You Role3 Carousel Role, Singer, Committee3 Student Senate Alternate 2g Student-Faculty Rela- tions 2,43 Talent Show Performer 23 Rotary Exchange Student fSwedenJ 3g Blood Donor Committee 4. 50 O REVIEWIPROFILES BUNCH, WILLIAM - Machine Trades3 Key 1. BURKE, JEFFREY - Distributive Education3 DECA 4g Key 43 Foot- ball 2g Talent Show Performer 2,3, BURNIP, ELIZABETH - IOE Steno3 IEA 3,43 Red 81 Blue 3,4. BURRIER, EDNA - Auto Mechan- icsg Library Aide 23 VICA 3,43 Stage Crew 13 Office Helper 23 Library Helper 2. BURTNETT, GREGG -- Chess 2,33 Foreign Language 1,23 Library Aide 3,43 Tennis 1,23 Library Helper 43 Chronicle Staff 2. BUTTERMORE, NANCY - Girls' Track 3g Girls' Basketball 2g Intra. Basketball 13 Gym Assistant 3. BYCRAFT, SYLVIA - IOE Stenog OEA 3,4. CADE, WILLIAM - Honorary ath- letics 13 Football 13 Track 13 Wres- tling 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 1. CARPENTER, KEVIN - Foreign Language 3,43 Key 3,43 Science 3, V. Pres. 4g Intramural Basketball 4g Intra. Volleyball 4g Buckeye Boys' State 33 Red 81 Blue 2,43 Who's Who 3,4. CARTER, KATHY - Child Care3 Child care club 3,4. CARTER, MARRILEE - Child CHPCI, Library Aide 13 Modern Dance 13 Child Care Club 2,3,43 Intra. Basketball 13 Office Helper 1,43 Library Helper 1. CASKEY, JOHN - Swimming 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4g Prom Committee3 Who's Who 1. CASTELLO, RICHARD - Natural Resourcesg FFA 4g NORML 4. CIRONI, LOUIS - Key lg Library Aide 13 Modern Dance 13 Football 4g Track lg Intra. Basketball 23 Intra. Volleyball 1. CLOSE, KIMBERLY - Distributive Education3 DECA 1,43 Library Aide 2,33 Choir 13 Library Helper 2,33 Basketball Statistician 1. CLYMORE, JACQUELYN - Blue Domino 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2g Creative Writing l,2,3,4, Pres. 4, V. Pres. 33 Foreign Language 1,2,3,43 Inter'l Thespian 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, V. Pres. 3, Treas. 23 NHS 43 Performing Arts 1,2,3, V. Pres. 33 Choir 2,3,4Q Or- chestra 1,2,33 Madrigals 3,43 Ten Little Indians Committee3 Kiss Me Kate Committee3 Arsenic and Old Lace Committee3 The Night of Jan. 16th Role3 Oklahoma Role3 You Can't Take It With You Role3 Carousel R01CQ Talent Show Per- former 2,3Q Exchange Club Student of the Month 43 Who's Who 43 Gal- lons Committee 43 Canteen Com- mittee 4. COURTNEY, KIMBERLY - Foreign Language 1,2,3Q Library Aide 4g NHS 43 Pen 81 Brush 2,3,43 Toastmasters 3,43 Choir 13 Girls' Track 13 Prom Committee3 Student Senate Repres. 1,2,3,4, Sec 4g Lib- rary Helper 4g Chronicle Staff 4g Who's Who 4. CRABTREE, BETTY - IOE Clerk-Typist3 Library Aide lg OEA 3,4, Secr. 43 Pep 43 Office Helper 43 Library Helper 13 Red St Blue 23 Chronicle Staff 43 Who's Who 4. CUTCHALL, CHARLIE Uillj - General. DAILY, DAVID - Diversified Cooperative3 D.C.T. Treas. 4. as ... ..-ai--Q. '- DAVIS, JOHN - Natural Besourcesq Football 1,23 Track 1. DA VIS, PAUL - Natural Resources- DAY, BRENDA - NHS 3,43 Pep 1 Choir 1,2,3,43 Girls Ensemble 3 Prom Committee3 Student Senat Repres. 13 Lab Assistant 4g Who's Who 3,43 Class Treasurer 1,2,3,4i Blood Day Committee 4. DELEON, FRANCISCO - Distribu tive Education3 DECA 4g Wrestlin 2,3,43 Library 1. DOBSON, PATRICIA - Distribu tive Educationg DECA 4g Libra Aide 2,33 Library Helper 2,33 Hom Ee. 1. DORINGO, DONNA - Foreign Lan guage 3g Library Aide 2g NHS 1,2 Pep 1,2,3,43 Toastmasters 2,3 Choir 1,23 Cheerleading 1,2.,3, Capt. 1,3,4, Co-Capt. 23 Prom C Chairman3 Lab Assistant 2,3, Library Helper 23 Board of Ele tions 2,33 Red 81 Blue 1,23 Chron cle Staff 2,3Q All-Star Cheerleade 43 Blood Day Gallons Committee 4 DREGER, MICHAEL - Teleco munications3 Red 81 Blue 3,43 NH 4. BERT, JOHN- Creative Writi 1,2,33 Foreign Language 2,3, Inter'l Thespian 2,3,43 Key 3, NHS 4g Performing Arts 3, Toastmasters 2, V. Pres. 23 Cho' 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra Madrigals 3,43 Stage Band 3g Te Little Indians Committee3 Kiss Kate Role, Dancer, Singer, Com- mittee, Arsenic and Old Lace, Role, Committee, The Night of Jan. 16th Role, Committee, Ok- lahoma Role, Committee, You Can't Take It With You Commit- tee, Carousel Role, Swimming 2,3,4, Prom Committee, Student- Faculty Relations 1, Academic Challenge 4, Talent Show Per- former 2,3,4, Exchange Club Stu- dent of the Month 4, Who's Who 3,4, Blood Day General Co- Chairman 4. EBY, DIANE - Library Aide 1, Pen 81 Brush 1, Performing Arts 1, Choir 1, Band 2, Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Ten Little Indians Committee, Kiss Me Kate Committee, Arsenic and Old Lace Committee, Carousel Band Committee, Library Helper 1, Red 81 Blue 1. ECKERT, DEBRA - IOE Steno, Library Aide 1, OEA 3,4, Choir 1,2, Office Helper 4, Library Helper 1, Chronicle Staff 4. ESSINGER, JOHN -- Chess 3,4, Creative Writing 4, Foreign Lan- guage 3,4, NHS 4, Choir 3, Intra. Basketball 3,4., Capt. 4, Intra. Vol- leyball 3,4, Capt. 3, Academic Challenge 4, Talent Show Per- former 3, Science 3, Gallons Com- mittee Chairman - Blood Day 4. FANNIN, JACQUELINE - Gen- eral, Office Helper 1. FEESS, DA VID - Commercial Art, VICA 3,4. FELLER, MICHAEL - College Prep, Band 4, Football 1, Wrestling 1. FLECK, SHARON - Commercial Art, VICA 3,4, Commercial Art Pres. 4, V. Pres. 3. FLENNIKEN, RONLAD - NHS 3,4, Baseball l,2,3,4, Football 1, Intra. Basketball 1,3,4, Intra. Volleyball 3,4, Exchange Club Student of the Month 4. FONTAINE, JIM - Printing Trades, VICA 3,4. FORD, DRETT - Occupational Work Experience, OWE 2, Basket- ball 1, Manager 1. FORD, GLENN - General. FORDING, DARLENE - Diver- sified Cooperative, Library Aide 4, Pep 1, D.C.T. 4, Secr. 4, Ten Little Indians Committee, The Night of Jan. 16th Committee, Oklahoma Committee, Intra. Basketball 1. FRANCISCO, DAVID -- General, Intra. Basketball 2, Capt. 1. FREEMAN, CLARENCE - Occupa- tional Work Experience, OWE 2. FURCOLOW, MICHELLE -- Office Helper 4, Blood Day Gallons Committee Chairman 4. FURGIUELE, SANDRA - IOE Steno OEA 4, Intra. Volleyball 2, Office Helper 4. :1- REVIEWYPROFILES 0 51 FURRY, LINDA - Band 1,2,3,4, Secr. 4, Majorette 4, Orchestra 3.,4, Kiss Me Kate Band Committee, Girls, Swimming 3,4, Blood Day Committee. GALFI GREG - Auto Mechanics. GANSLEIN, TRACY - IOE Steno, OEA 3,4, Band 1,2,3. GEORGE, CRAIG - Basketball 1, Cross Country 1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Buckeye Boys' State 4, Who's Who 4, Blood Day Gallon Committee Chairperson 4. GODSEY, KIMBERLY - Diver- sified Cooperative, D.C.T. 4, Band 1,2,3, Orchestra 1. GOINS, MARION - Foreign Lan- guage 3, Choir 3, Band 3, The Night of Jan. 16th Band Committee, Wrestling 2, Student-Faculty Rela- tions 1, Stage Crew 3, Office Helper 3. GOLDMAN, MARTIN - Breakfast 2, Creative Writing 4, Key 2,3.,4, V. Pres. 3,4, NHS 3,4, Honorary Ath- letics 3,4, Band 1, Cross Country 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4, Swimming 2, Tennis 1, Track 2,3.,4, Intra. Bas- ketball 3, Intra. Volleyball 3, Prom Co-Chairman, Talent Show Per- former 3, Exchange Club Student of the Month 4, Co-Chairman Reg- istration - Blood Day 4, Science Club 3,4. GOSHORN, TRACY - Commercial Art, Library Aide 2, NHS 4, VICA 3,4, Orchestra 1,2, The Night of Jan. 16th Committee, Oklahoma Committee, You Can't Take It With You Committee, Prom Com- mittee, Library Helper 2, Chroni- cle Staff 2. GRAEBING, JANET - Diversified Cooperative, Foreign Language 1,2,3, Library Aide 4, NHS 4, D.C.T. 4, Band 1,2,3, Orchestra 1, Ten Little Indians Committee, Lib- rary Helper 4, Red 81 Blue 3, Chronicle Staff 3. GRAFF, DAVID - Inter,l Thespian 4, Creative Writing 4, Band 1,2,4, Carousel Role., Dancer, Singer, Football 1, Track 4. 52 0 REVIEWXPROFILES GRAHAM, KATHY - IOE Steno3 OEA 3,43 Girls' Track 13 Chronicle Staff 43 IOE Parliamentarian 4. GRAYBILL, TIMOTHY - Creative Writing 4g Key 233,43 Honorary Athletics 43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 3,43 Golf 1,23 Tennis 2,3,43 Intra. Volleyball 2,3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. GREEN, JOHN - Natural Re- sources3 FFA 2, V. Pres. 1, Secr 23 NORML 4, Pres. 43 Football 1,23 Intra. Basketball 1. GREENEISEN, EVA - Work Study. HAHLEN, KIM - Diversified Cooperative3 Girls' Track 1,2,3,43 Co-Capt. 3,43 D.C.T. Pres. 4. HAHN, PAMELA - Foreign Lan- guage 2,3,43 Chronicle Staff 33 Se- nior Blood Day Committee Regis- tration St Gallon Chairperson 4. HALL, CYNTHIA - IOE Steno OEA 3,4, V. Pres. 3,43 Band 1,2,3. HANCOCK, ROSALYN - General3 Office Helper. HANCOCK, THERESA - IOE Clerk-Typist3 OEA 3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. HARLAN, TIM - Printing Trades3 VICA 13 Band 33 Football 1,23 Track l,2. HARRIS, SUSAN - IOE Steno3 NHS 43 OEA 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 IOE Secy. 4. HATCHER, SAMUEL - Diversified Cooperativeg OWE 23 Basketball 13 Wrestling 23 Intra. Basketball 33 Stage Crew lg Talent Show Per- former l. HAWKINS, JAMES - Printing Trades3 Football 2. HAWKINS, JEFFERY - Basketball 13 Football 1,23 Track 3,43 Intra. Basketball 2,3,43 Stage Crew 1. HAWKINS, VERNON - Distribu- tive Education3 Chess 23 DECA 4, Pres. 43 Library Aide 2,33 Intra. Basketball l,2,3,43 Intra. Vol- leyball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 3, Co-Capt. 23 Library Helper 1,23 Talent Show Performer 2. HECKMAN, JEFFREY - Foreign Language 2,33 Key 3,43 Choir 33 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra l,2,33 Stage Band 2,33 Pep Band 2,33 Prom Committee3 Library Helper 2. HENRY, CRAIG - Key 43 NHS 43 Honorary Athletics 43 Cross Coun- try 3,4, Co-Capt. 43 Track 2,3,43 Intra. Basketball 3,4, Capt. 43 Intra. Volleyball 3,4, Capt. 43 Red 81 Blue 43 Exchange Club Student of the Month 43 Boys State Alter- nate 33 Gallons Committee Chair- man 43 Science Club 3,43 Who's Who in Foreign Language 4. HOLLY, CORLISS - General3 Bed 81 Blue 1. HOOPES, CRAIG - Engineering Drafting3 Football 43 Prom Com- mittee. HOLT, MARIELLEN - IOE Steno3 OEA 3,4, Pres. 3,43 Track 13 Red 81 Blue 23 Chronicle Staff 3. HORNER, CARRY - Work Study3 Football 33 Track 1. Helper 2g Red 81 Blue 23 Chronicle Staff 3. JEWELL, BRENDA - Distributive Education3 DECA 43 Choir l,2. JOHNSON, CLIFTON - Band 43 Golf 33 Wrestling 2g Intra. Basket- ball 13 Intra. Volleyball 13 Talent Show Performer 1. JOHNSON, KEITH - Engineering Drafting3 Honorary Athletics 43 Baseball 4, Capt. 43 Intra. Basket- ball 2g Library Helper 2. JOHNSON, TOYIA - IOE Clerk- Typist3 OEA 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. JOHNSON, VANESSIA - IOE Clerk-Typist3 OEA 3,43 Red 81 Blue 33 Chronicle Staff 4. JONES, SUZANNE - Foreign Lan- guage 33 NHS 3,4, Treas. 43 Pep 33 Choir l,2,3,43 Band lg Madrigals 43 Girls Ensemble 33 Cheerleading l.,2,3,4, Capt. 1, Co-Capt. 43 Prom Co-Chairman. . JORDAN, .IODIE - IOE Clerk Typist3 OEA 3,4, V. Pres. 43 B l,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4, Majorette Head Majorette 43 Chronicle Sl HUPP, THOMAS - Printing Trades3 Football 13 Track 1. ENKINS, JOHN - Telecommuni- cations3 Library Aide 2g Library ICANDEL, PAUL - Orches 1,2,3,43 Intra. Basketball 2,3. KELLY, ALLISON - NHS 43 Band Swimming 1,23 Girls, Track Girls' Swimming 3,43 Cheerleading 13 Prom Co-Chairman3 Chronicle Staff 4. KELLY, KENNETH - General. KEMP, FELICIA - Performing Arts 3,43 Treas. 43 Band l,2,3,43 Ok- lahoma Committee3 Carousel Committee3 Who's Who 4. KERR, LINDA - IOE Steno3 OEA 3,43 Pep lg Band 1,2,33 Office Helper 4g Red 81 Blue 4. ERTEL, MICHELE - Occupa- tional Work Experience3 OWE 43 VICA Club 3. INNARD, DA VID - Occupational Work Experience3 Auto Body3 VICA 4. RK, SUSAN - NHS 3,4, V. Pres. 43 Pep 13 Choir 2,3,43 Band lg Mad- rigals 4g Prom Co-Chairman3 Ex- change Club Student ofthe Month 43 Who's Who 43 Class Secretary 1,2,3,4. LEINHANS, LORIN - Printing Trades. INE, THERESIA - Blue Domino 3g Foreign Language 33 NHS 43 Or- chestra 43 Ten Little Indians Com- mittee3 Kiss Me Kate Committee3 Arsenic and Old Lace Committee3 Girls' Track 3, Co-Capt. 33 Girls' Basketball 1, Manager 1. OLM, DAVID - Engineering Drafting. KUHN, DAVID - Engineering Drafting3 VICA 3,4, V. Pres. 3,4. KUNTZMAN, PAM - Distributive Education3 DECA 43 Choir 1,2,3. KUSLINSKI, TERRI - Choir 2. LAMP, JEFF - College Prepf, Intra. Basketball 3. LANTTA, SIRKKU - Foreign Lan- guage 4g Girls' Swimming 13 Red 81 Blue 4. LANTZ, KIMBERLY - Library Aide 13 Office Helper 43 Library Helper 13 Band 13 Orchestra 3. LAWSON, CARL - Occupational Work Experience3 OWE 3,4, V. Pres. 3,4. LEEDY, DANIEL - Telecommuni- cations3 Swimming 1,2,3. LEEMAN, KIMBERLY - Creative Writing 2,33 Foreign Language 13 Pen 81 Brush 33 Student-Faculty Relations 3g Board of Elections 33 Buckeye Girls' State 33 Red 81 Blue 23 Chronicle Staff 43 Science, V. Pres. 3. LEMASTER, MIKE - Machine TF3dCSQ VICA 3,4. LILLY, ROGER - Distributive Edu- cation3 DECA 43 Intra. Basketball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 3. 'tx REVIEWXPROFILES 0 53 LONG, CHRISTINE - Foreign Lan- guage 1,2. MACDOUGALL, LINDA - Diver- sified Cooperative3 D.C.T. 43 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1. MARAZZA, SHARI - Diversified Cooperative3 D.C.T. 43 Choir l,2. MASON, TONJI - NHS 3,43 Band 1,2,3,4Q Pep Band 33 Oklahoma Band Committee3 Girls, Track 13 Prom Committee3 Office Helper 43 Red Sz Blue 3g Who's Who 3. MCCALLUM, LYNN - Foreign Lan- guage 43 NHS 3,4, Secr. 43 Perform- ing Arts 43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Girls En- semble 3,43 Prom Committee3 Stu- dent Senate Repres. 43 Student- Faculty Relations 13 Exchange Club Student of the Month 43 Who's Who 33 Science 33 Girls State Alternate 3. MCCUTCHEON, ROBERT - Auto Mechanics. MCDANIEL, KATHLEEN - IOE Steno3 NHS 4g OEA 3,43 Office Helper 43 IOE Historian 3,4. MCGEEHEN, STEVE - Machine Trades3 VICA 3,4. MCGIRR, SHARON - Creative Writing 3,4, Secr. 3,43 Foreign Lan- guage 3,43 NHS 43 Pen 81 Brush 2,3, Pres. 3g Pep 33 Band 1,2,3,4, Brass Choir 1,3,43 Orchestra 2, Majorette 3,4Q Kiss Me Kate Band Commit- tee3 Prom Committee3 Student- Faculty Relations 23 Office Helper 43 Board of Elections 1. MCGURREN, TIM - Auto Body - VICA 3,4. MERKI, JOANNE - NHS 3,45 Choir 2,3,43 Orchestra 1,23 Madrigals 33 Student-Faculty Relations 33 Board of Elections 3. METCALF, BENZETTA - Choir 1,2,3,45 Girls' Swimming 43 Girls, Basketball 3,43 Chronicle Staff 3. MICKETTI, TONI - Distributive Education3 DECA 43 Pep 1,23 Choir 1,23 Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Capt. 13 Office Helper 1. 54 0 REVIEWXPROFILES MIDDAUGH, PAULA - IOE Steno3 OEA 3,4, Treas. 4. MILLER, CHERYL - Distributive Education3 DECA 4g Band 1,23 Library Helper 3. MILLER, MILTON - Distributive Education3 Chess 23 DECA 4, V. Pres. 43 Library Aide 23 Band 2,3,43 Orchestra 23 Basketball 13 Football 13 Intra. Basketball 23334, Co-Capt. 43 Intra. Volleyball 3g Library Helper 2. MILLER, RANDY - Auto Mechan- 1cs. MOORE, DAVID - Key 3g Basket- ball 1,2,3,4Q Baseball 23 Intra. Vol- leyball 3,4. MOORE, THOMAS - Commercial Art3 VICA 3,4, Treas. 3g Football 1,2, Capt. 1, Co-Capt. 2g Golf 4g Track 1,23 Intra. Basketball 1,2,3. MUDRICK, MICHAEL - Auto Body3 VICA 3,4, Secr. 3. MUMMERT, WALTER - Machine Trades3 VICA 3,43 Band 13 Orches- tra 1. MUNDY, MARCEE - NHS 4s Band 1,2,3,4, Majorette 3,43 Prom Com- mittee. MURPHY, LISA - NHS 3,43 Per- forming Arts 1,23 Pep 1,23 Toastmasters 2g Student Senate 1,2,3Q Presidential Classroom 43 Of- fice Helper 1,2,3,43 Board of Elec- tions 13 Buckeye Girls' State 3g Red 81 Blue 1,3,43 Exchange Club Stu- dent of the Month 43 Student Con- gressional Council 33 Homecoming Chairman 2,33 Hugh O,Brian Youth Foundation Leadership Rep 23 Student Senate V. Pres. 4. NEWSHUTZ, TAMMY - Library Aide 3,43 Library Helper 3,4. NICHOLS, GARY - Key 43 Library Aide 33 Band lg Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Intra. Volleyball 3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. NICHOLS, SANDI - Child Care3 Child Care Club 3,4, Secr. 4. NICHOLS, VICKI - IOE Clerk- Typist3 OEA 3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. NICHOLSON, NORRIS - Diver- sified Cooperative3 Football 4g Wrestling 2g Stage Crew 1. NICHOLSON, VONNIE - General3 Talent Show Performer 1. NOGLE, KAREN - Toastmasters 23 Choir 1,2,3,43 Girls Ensemble 3,43 Carousel Dancer, Singer, Commit- tee3 Prom Committee. NUTTER, DEBBIE - Work Study. OFFILL, WINNA - Library Aide 2g Who's Who 4g Office Helper 23 Library Helper 2. O'NEILL, TIMOTHY - Auto Body3 VICA 3,43 Library Helper 1. ORZO, BRIAN - NHS 43 Science 4, Treas. 4. OYSTER, REBECCA - Diversified Cooperative. PACKEY, BRIAN - NHS 4g Choir 1,2,3,4. PALMER, JONI - General. PENTURF, JANET - Choir 1,3,43 Girls Ensemble 43 Prom Commit- ICC. PETERSON, RICK - Engineering Drafting3 VICA 3,4. PHILLABAUM, ROY - College Prep Football 3,4. PHILLIPS, TAMARA - Occupa- tional Work Experience3 OWE 4. PIGG, LAURA - Performing Arts 1,2, Pres. 2 V. Pres. 13 Choir 3g Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Madrigals 13 Stabe Band 2g Pep Band 23 Carousel Band Committee3 Talent Show Performer 1. PITTMAN, SCOTT - Football 33 Track 23 Wrestling 13 Library Helper 13 Talent Show Performer 1. PORINCHAK, MICHELE - Diver- sified Cooperative3 Library Aide lg Orchestra 3g Library Helper 1. PORTER, BILL - Occupational Work Experience. POW, RICHARD - Basketball lg Intra. Basketball 2,3,43 Library Helper 43 Red 81 Blue 4. PUGH, ALFONSO - Engineering Drafting3 VICA 3,4. PUGH, LISA - General. PUHL, KEVIN - General. REEDER, JOHN - Auto Mechan- ics. RIDGEWAY, BARBARA -- Band l,2,3,4. RILEY, RICHARD - Toastmasters 33 Golf 23 Tennis 2,33 Intra. Bas- ketball 3,43 Intra. Volleyball 3,43 Prom Committee3 Chronicle Staff 4s Class President 4. ROGERS, TERRY - Occupational Work Experience3 OWE 3,4. ROGERS, TRACY - IOE Clerk- TypiSlQ OEA 3,43 Office Helper 1,3,43 Chronicle Staff 4g IOE Treas. 3. RUDOLPH, JULIE - Choir 23 Band 13 Orchestra 13 Oklahoma Dancer, Singer3 Cheerleading 1,2,3, Capt. lg Red Sz Blue 4. RUSSELL, DAVID -- Machine Trades3 NHS 4g VICA 3, Pres. 43 Cross Country 1,23 Track 1,23 Of- fice Helper 43 Library Helper 4. RUSSELL, JEFFREY - Diversified Cooperative3 Baseball lg Basketball 1,2,3,4. RUTH, THOMAS - Engineering Draftingg VICA 2, Treas. 2. SAILER, KATHRYN - Blue Domino 33 Library Aide 3g Per- forming Arts 33 Choir 1,2,3,43 Band 43 Madrigals 3,43 Ten Little Indians Committee, Kiss Me Kate Singer, Committee3 Arsenic and Old Lace Committee3 Oklahoma Singer3 Lib- rary Helper 3. l SAMPSON, GREGORY - Baseball 2g Football lg Intra. Basketball 2, I Capt. 2. AR VER, SUZANNE - Foreign Language 1,23 NHS 4g Band l,2,3,43 Prom Committee3 Red 81 Blue 2,3. CAIA, PAMELA - NHS 43 PEP 3g Choir 23 Swimming Manager3 Girls' Track lg Girls' Swimming 13 Cheer- leading lg Prom Co-Cl1airman3 Student Senate Repres. 23 Class President 3. CHAFER, DOROTHY - IOE Steno3 NHS 43 OEA 3,43 Office Helper 2,43 Who's Who 4. CHAPER, PAULA - Breakfast 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Performing Arts 2g Choir 1,2,43 Girls Ensemble 4g Carousel Band3 Swimming 1,23 Girls' Swimming 3,43 Student Sen- ate Repres. 1, Pres. 3,43 President- ial Classroom 43 Exchange Club Student of the Month 43 Class Vice Pres. 1,2,3,4. SCHULLER, GARY - Distributive Education3 DECA 4g Baseball 2,3,43 Basketball 1,23 Intra. Bas- ketball l3 Who's Who 4. SEDEI, JERRY - Machine TF3dCSQ Orchestra 3. SELLS, TERESA - Child Care3 Child Care Club 3,43 Home Ec. 1.,2,3, Secr. 1, Treas. 13 Choir 1,2. SHEFELTON, RUSSELL - Auto Mechanics. SHERRILL, HOLLY - Child CBTCQ Child Care Club3 VICA Secr. 3, Treas. 4. SHOLLENBERGER, AMY - Break- fast l,2,3,43 Foreign Language 2,33 NHS 3,43 Pep 1,23 Band 1,23 Girls' Swimming 3,43 Prom Co- Chairman3 Buckeye Girls' State Al- ternate 33 Office Helper 33 Chroni- cle Staff 4. SHRIVER, STEPHENIE - IOE Clerk-Typist3 IEA 3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. SIVEY, CHARLES - General. SLUTZ, ROBERT JR. - Key 43 Honorary Athletics 43 Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4g Track 1,2,3,43 Intra. Basketball 4. SMITH, GARY - Auto Mechanicsg VICA 3,43 Pres. 3,4. SMITH, SHARON - Distributive Education3 DECA 4, Secr. 4g Choir 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,33 Girls' Basket- ball 3,43 Red 8K Blue 2g Chronicle Staff 3. SPIRGEON, ELIZABETH - IOE Steno3 OEA 3,4Q Choir lg Office Helper 1,2. STANLEY, APRIL - Distributive Education3 DECA 43 Band 1. STEINWENDER, SHARI - Tele- communications3 Band 13 Red 81 Blue 3,43 Tele. Treas. 4. STEWART, JACK - Golf 1g Track 13 Chronicle Staff 2,3,4. REVIEWIPROFILES 0 55 ...--l Allison Kelley STEWART, JUAN - Generalr, Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 3. STICKLER, MICHELLE - Break- fast 43 Pep 13 Choir 43 Swimming 1,23 Girls' Track 13 Girls' Swim- ming 3,4, Co-Capt. lg Prom Com- mittee. STIEB, CHRIS - Distributive Edu- cation3 DECA 43 Basketball 1,2, Manager 2,33 Football Manager lg Track Manager 13 Intra. Basketball 3,43 Red 81 Blue 3. STONE, ELIZABETH - Diversified Cooperative3 NHS 43 D.C.T. 4g Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 2g Stage Band 23 Talent Show Performer 2g Chronicle Staff 33 Who's Who 3. STRATA, GARY - General3 Base- ball 4. STRONG, KIMBERLY - Library Aide 13 Band 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4g Ma- jorette 3,43 Library Helper 1. STUCKEY, BRIAN - Auto Mechan- ics3 VICA 3,4. 56 0 REVIEWXPROFILES TEAL, TODD - Football 2g Tennis 3,43 Track 1,23 Gym Helper 1,4. TEODOR, LISA - Foreign Language 1,43 Inter'l Thespian 43 Choir 2,3,43 Orchestra lg Madrigals 43 Girl's En- semble 33 The Night of Jan 16th Role, Committee3 Oklahoma Role, Dancer, Singer, Committee3 You Can't Take It With You Role, Committee3 Carousel Role, Dancer, Singer, Committee3 Prom Committee3 Office Helper 43 Stu- dent Involvement 4. TEPPERT, CRYSTAL - Engineer- ing Drafting3 VICA 3,4. THIGPEN, RICHARD - Work Study3 Basketball 1,3,43 Football 2. THOMAS, CATHERINE - IOE Steno3 Creative Writing 1,2,33 Modern Dance 3,43 OEA 3,43 Steno Treas. 3g Choir 13 Band 1,2,33 Prom Committee3 Lab Assistant 3,43 Buckeye Girls' State 3g Exchange Club Student of the Month 4g Who's Who 3,42 Basketball Stat. 3,43 Chess Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. Sci- ence 3,4, Pres. 3, Student Advisor 4, Math Aide 3. THOMAS, LEIGH - Foreign Lan- guage 2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Girls' Swimming Student Senate Repres. 2,3,4, Alternate 13 Aca- demic Challenge 43 Board of Elec- tions 1,2Q Buckeye Girls' State 33 Exchange Club Student of the Month 4. TRAINER, HERBERT - Distribu- tive Education3 DECA 4, Treas. 4g Baseball 43 Basketball 1,23 Intra. Basketball 3,43 Intra. Volleyball 3. VICK, JAMES - Foreign Language 3,45 Key 43 NHS 3,4Q Science Club 33 Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Madri- gals 3,43 Stage Band 3,43 Pep Band 33 Carousel Dancer, Singer3 Junior-Senior Prom Committee Talent Show Performer 33 Who's Who 4. VIRDEN, GERALD - Foreign Lan- guage 23 NHS 43 Performing Arts 4g Pres. 3g V. Pres. Toastmasters 2g Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Pres. Mad- rigals 33 Pep Band 2,3,43 Stage Band 1,2,3,43 Kiss Me Kate Band Com- mittee3 Carousel Band Committee. VIRDEN, GLENDA - OWE 4. VOYTKO, .IODIE - Foreign Lan- guage 43 Band 43 Rotary Exchange Club 3. ll AINUSKIS, TERRY - General. WALKER, ROBERT - Natural Re- sources. WALLACE, LORI - Creative Writ- ing 13 NHS 13 Pen 81 Brush 33 Or- chestra 23 Office Helper lg Chroni- cle Staff 4, Who's Who 4. WASSON, VALERIE - Blue Domino 2,33 Foreign Language 1,2,33 Inter'l Thespian 43 Perform- ing Arts 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Orches- tra 2,3,43 Stage Band 33 Arsenic and Old Lace Committee3 The Night of Jan. 16th Committee3 Oklahoma Band3 Carousel Committee3 Talent Show Performer 23 Girls' Track 2. WATSON, ALICE - IOE Clerk- Typist3 NHS 43 IEA 3,4, Pres. 43 Pep 2,3,4, Treas. 43 Girls' Track lg Stage Crew 43 Chronicle Staff 4g Historian-IOE 3g Vocational Re- pres. 4. WAYNE, LINDA - IOE Clerk- Typistg OEA 3,43 Pep 1,2,3,4, Pres. 43 Band 13 Prom Committee3 Office Helper 2,43 Chronicle Staff 4. WEIMER, JENNIFER - Foreign Language 1,2,33 NHS 43 Choir 1,23 Board of Elections 13 Chronicle Staff 4. WEST, MIKE - Commercial Art3 VICA 3,43 Track 4. WINN, RAYMOND - Foreign Lan- guage 2,3,4, Treas. 43 Key 2,3,4, Pres. 4, Secr. 33 Science 33 Band lg Ten Little Indians Committee3 Kiss Me Kate Committee3 Arsenic and Old Lace Committee3 The Night of .lan 16th Committee3 Oklahoma Committee3 Prom Committee3 Stu- dent Senate Repres. 1,2,33 Student-Faculty Relations 1,2,33 Academic Challenge 43 Victory Bell Crew 1,2,33 Who's Who in Foreign Language 43 Who's Who in Ameri- can High School. WITHROW, TERRI - IOE steno3 Library Aide lg NHS 13 OEA 3,43 Office Helper 43 Library Helper 13 Who's Who 4. ZENI, TOM - Chess 33 Creative Writing 43 Key 4g Intra. Volleyball 2,3, Capt. 2,33 Red St Blue 3,43 Chronicle Staff 4. ZIEGLER, EVELYN - Work Study. ZUMBAR, KEVIN - Breakfast 2,3,4, V. Pres. 4, Secr. 2, Treas. 33 Chess 13 Key 3,4, Secr. 43 NHS 3,4, Pres. 43 Cross Country 23 Swim- ming 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4g Tennis 3,43 Intra. Basketball 33 Intra. Vol- leyball 43 Prom Co-Chairman3 Presidential Classroom 43 Board of Elections 43 Buckeye Boys' State 3g Exchange Club Student of the Month 4g Who's Who 3,4, ZURBRUGG, CYNTHIA - Girls' Tennis 43 Office Helper 23 Red Sz Blue 2,33 Who's Who 3. Qi ,X as 5 . .3 .Q .ff 13 If ' " A . . A ' 1 :Q ' 1 't 'Y-.e NDERCLASSMEN MUN DERCLASSMEN DERFLASSMEN I 3 J I N. Aberegg M. Aeling A. Allen J. Anderson D. Autery M. Avery J. Baker S. Bandy R. Beckett A. Beltz T. Benedette T. Betz The 1978-79 Junior class advi- sors were Miss Cecilia Torok and Mr. Conrad Brunner. Photographed at right are Ju- nior class officers fleft to right., back rowj Vice-Presi- dent, Jeff Fortnerg President, Pete Lallig Treasurer, Nora Abereggg and seated, Secre- tary, Gina Gainor. X l X.- Y... REALLY ROWDY REALLY CRAZY WERE Bichsel . Bivins Black Blosser Burton . Bowden Boz Brue Bryant Buck Buhn Bunch Burley Burr Cabassa Calclerone Carli Carroll Chen Chunko Cironi Clark Clark Collins Crewson Davis Davis Dean Definbaugh Delesandro 1 --.Iuniors-- Juniors are 'sreally rowdy, really crazy". -- Juniors--- REALLY ROWDY, REALLY CRAZY, WERE THE B. Conci J. Crabowski S. Greenamayer J. Crewe D. Grimm C. Hairston E. Hanna Y Y A D. Harp Y B. Harrington L. Harsh Y E. Hartshorne L. Hawkins T. Hawkins L. Held J. Hess L. Higgins D. Holbrook T. Holloway S. Holt D. Hull W. Hurford F. Ingledue C. Jackson R. Jarman L. Johnson R. Johnson B. Jones J. Jones R. Jones X J. Jordan Y J. Jorney , D. Kee D. Kerns S. King R. Kovach Chris Long Nora Aberegg 1' ,Jn- x 'iv X.. Lf 62 0 REVIEWUUNIORS M. Kramer C. Lalli P. Lalli H. Lang C. Latimore VT. W- m' ..,. I ' A ' - r . .4 ' . ,L ,- J. C. Lauer T. Lawson L. Lee G. Legros D. Lilly C. Long K. Louis M. Lowe R. Madison T. Mason H. Mastera C. Mastrek A. Matthys J. Maxwell S. May McCammon A. McCowan B. McDaniel B. McGafHck D. Mehnert CLASS OF 1980 . . . REALLY 'iw bn 5-. .jx YS Barry Holmes, Troy Garcia and Chuck Lolli. X 4 ,L Byron Harrington Kerns and Brett Stuchell Juniors -l Juniors have a great deal to look forward to next year. 'Ll' ,Il11'liOI'S l-'Q' 1 . H I . 9 -aff 1-is 12' A f f nil E7 x, C ig. ,nn ie 'Q " x gre X ,Pj ,f .f .. lf Um 3' f fr. Lf! , .xrh K Dave Needham .""'f 'il ii J' 'ffm 1:-Q .E mg ,x .u xf -YS 66 0 RE VIE WXSOPH OM ORES S. Adams J. Admonius V. Aeling B. Akins L. Aldridge T. Aldridge C. Antram J. Avery J. Ayers P. Ayers B. Baker J. Baker The 1978-79 Sophomore class advisors were Mr. Mark Blackstone and Miss Barhera McClosky. Officers included Kas photo shows below left to rightl Cory Faraccio as Vice-Presidentg Brenda Akins, Treasurerg Monica Johnson, Secretary and Mike Holand, class Presidentg Ben Favazzo becomes a camera mans aid. . www- h.'J'7?"'T"' pr'- XXXXXU A e- 7 r 'Q Il n-"ly-4 a4'2""'.., A' 4G-I ' -' .- ez gg- ,mi -M 4 false egsaean 4 , 1: , , 'ij,- xukfjem E 144- .3 f .--I A Inv,-an , W, ,,. ,.l... , . .. -,1 X. I I 4 A- 1.--E . -1.., 7-ff ge51'2.g',em .E ...E-11: t Q 1 - Sophomores -- Sophomores chose "We Are The Champions" as their class song. -- Sophomores - ,- ..!. '23 a 8- ,Waf- x - -. P' I-f A Xi gi 'Wu elk -Q. ' . ll x 'J A 0 gs.-5 ! Q ' .lu n' . l'?1 I REVIEWISOPHOMORES 0 69 J. Emery L. Essinger S. Estock J. Falcone R. Farmer R. Faulk G. Feller P. Ferguson M. Flitcraft T. Fogle W. Fogle V. Foster R. Fox R. Fox J. Franklin C. Fraraccio R. Freeman J. French S. Funk W. Gaffney T. Cafford H. Gantz S. Gard L. Garrison D. Guame S52 -1 X 1" 23:1 L Xavier Burke RE VIE WXS OPHOMORES o C. Heuer M. Hill M. Hobbs B. Hoehecke K. Hofius M. Holland J. Holly C. Hopper T. Horner A. Howell B. Howell S. Hume S. Hunt M. Huntsman L . Hurford A. Jackson D. Johnson J. Johnson M. Johnson T. Jordan . Jorney . Kallas J. Kandel . Kelley . Kelley Tix- , J I W 2 4 ! 57- -L f..,,,,... ' J wi F' : x 4 4 . .,, ' 'I f 1 -l Rag I , Nb 1. ft' A to v-"' ' R ' ,J ' xii' X " . ff 0' x 'ur KB X " ,. I u ' 1, zz I Y 'Q X S N, w fx X N x X N fyf ' X X X s X N. s s x l Xff REVIEWXSOPHOMORES 0 73 Miller Mitchell Mitchell Mohr Morettini Morrison Mur h ' 3 P Y Murphy Nelson Nicholson Nicholson Niner Nilz Noling Noll 3 N oll Nordquist Orr Ousley Oyster Paletti 3 Parkes Pasco Payton Pelamati TILL THE ONE IN 81 STILL THE ONE IN 81 K. Peloso R. Pennington D. Penny D. Perkins L. Perry C. Persello J. Peters K. Peui R. Phillabaum J. Phillips K. Phillips D. Pinney K. Pittman T. Plummer S. Polen B. Polosso S. Powe A. Pucci R. Pucci V. Pugh D. Rae T. Reagan D. Reda P. Reeder R. Reel J. Rhodes G. Riddle D. Roberts A. Rocher D. Rogers K. Rogers V. Rogers D. Roose S. Rosenberger W. Rosser I li ll ii .J- F me '- sf il Ju' A--.-.AQ J- I V"7'm'!S0PH0M0RES 0 75 Rowe Ruff Russell Russo Sams Sandahl Schneider Schuller Schuller Sheetz Shimp Shipman Shuster Sikes Simanella Simmons Simons Slifkin Slulz Smarr Smith Sneider K Speakman Spencer C Stanley TfLEEiHE0P6lEREfN 81 TILL THE ONE IN 81 A. Stone S. Swain D. Tanner L. Taschwer C. Taylor M. Taylor R. Taylor B. Teal T. Tennis J. Toole A. Truman K. Vesey R. Vipars M. Wagoner C. Walizer D. Walker T. Wankins P. Ward L. Weider A. Wert .l. Wiese B. Williams Williams Williams Williams L. Willis K. Wilson T. Wisse ??UF5 M. Wonner R. Worley C. Wright M. Zaleski R. Zaleski T. Ziegler D. Zucchero 1 , ,K 1 11. ,. A'v S 1 Q. -su- ' , .f-r A 1 'eff ' The 1978-79 Freshman class officers were ffrom lt. to rt.J Vice- President Deanne Rus- sellg Treasurer, Jill Eynong President, Sondra Goldmang and as Secretary Ann Salyards. Photographed below right are class advisors Miss Susan Shuster, and Mr. Jerry Hammerton. fAdvisors show from what heights Freshman must climb. 1.1.3. ...CT 51-fy-1 Epi... L L li' '-V , Bd .gp if 5-'x Q-P 1.4 if-.J .NT Qu. ,.1 T. Aebi S. Ailes W. Alexander M. Alfanie A. Amelung C. Anderson J. Anderson L. Antill D. Ashby C. Avery K. Avery S. Baier 78 0 REVIEWIFRESHMEN F. Ball J. Banks M. Barnhouse A. Bates K. Baxter D. Beadnell K. Becker C. Bingham A. Bissler S. Black R. Blake D. Blendea K. Bollinger J. Bowman D. Brady L. Brady H. Brooks C. Brown C. Brown L. Brown W. Brown C. Brown S. Bugara K. Burtnett D. Bush 'au WE RE THE CLASS THAT ON .r A i 5, , XA... . 1 . .. is pl , +i, K f 1 K. I f, ti fm '-. 'f' I 1. 9 L I Xi. . X T 1 4' xx 'X 11 NX r 1 V- WX ,f I, l m X B K . 1 ' , V W 1 V Yr , w ,z ' '91 I my , .A , 4 1 0 3 . er , K , . 1 'Z , . - ,sv-, - k " rv- wiv, . -A , A ' ' W . . " 1 A 0 L L V r C N .x , H TQ , 'W .mt-,l CE WAS NEW WE LL BE TOUGH IN 82 W' . PQ? for ' fcklxl , ' 5 gyt'+rfj f 4 L' A ' di E5 H 7 - 1 jlQi.'. 'fhgvii nf'5' w ' 1 F fx ,li ,lr ., , ' I '11, I - :L - 51 l ,SX N: V X ' 1 If , A ' 5 1 , 5 ' ' ., ' -I ' ha ,Q 'a X NG"-, f V 'W' fl' W is ' ff' "'-H -vV'-JVM '- W l-rp ' J yu 'tif 1 ,J Y X - L -Anna FHHFWF O 5"F'S'J pgmm HF gvanm wpn5mpF naman USD Bycrafl Cabassa Campbell Campbell Cannon Carli Chambers Chapman Christian Clark Cobb Cochran Collins Connor Covington Crow Cunningham Curry Curtis Daniels Daniels Davis Dehee Deleon Denaro Domenick Domian Donohue Dorsey Dougan Doyle Duvall Edgar Edwards Eggleston YJ Laury Tushwer any Chris Seabolt I x .j, v. -4 , a . s . - N ...Ab 'iroddffshaffer fl L 1 . ', 1 80 0 REVIEWIFRESHMEN M. Emery J. Everson J. Eynon L. Favazzo L. Favazzo M. Ferrell P. Ferrell E. Fisher L. Fitzelle D. Floor J. Fortner J. Foster P. Foy R. Franklin L. Fraraccio D. French D. Funk M. Furry K. Carnes N. Garnes M. Gavrilla P. Gentile K. Gibbons A. Godfrey S. Goldman J Corby M. Gorman A Grabowski M. Grahm G Gray Green Greene Crewe Crimes Gulling Haidet Hairston Hall Hall Hammond Hammond Hancock Hancox 3 Harrington Harris Hatcher Hatcher Haupt Hawkins Hawkins Haynes Headley Heaton Heckman Heckman Heddleston Heslep 5 Hess Hess 3 Heuer 82 0 REVIEWIFRESHMEN W. Hillman C. Hipkins S. Hirvela D. Hoge J. Holbrook R. Hollamon R. Holloway T. Holly J. Hopp K. House T. Howe WE'RE THE CLASS THAT 0 T. Howell T. Howell G. Huntsman S. Jackson M. Jacobs M. Johanson M. Johnston J. Jones K. Jones L. Jones L. Jones M. Jones R. Jones S. Kanyuch Patty Cabassa .f' CE WAS NEW f's.-, sv WE LL BE TOUGH IN 1982 kr VVS Ni 5,7 , E i -,. Chris,,Stewarl ,L. ' 1 A, Ar. n il ri' "fr: :fl ll! J. Kelly J. Kelly D. Kent J. Kirkendall C. Kideguay K. Kilchenman J. Kile T. Kirkey H. Kiser C. Knowles R. Koesti C. Koon P. Koons S. Kridler V. Kuhaneck M. Lalli B. Lallie J. Lambert R. Lampe M. Lanave D. Lawson M. Lazear 'T. Lilly D. Locke S. Long K. Lorden D. Lower C. Loy D. Loy J. Lunsford M. Mallard G. Marasky R. Marconi T. Marian M. Marshall I , 1- X 1 1 -.gl if-W-' C. Seabolt J. Ruggle. 'IP' ll --Freshmen-- The Freshmen sold Easnter candy to keep them uhoppingn. ---Freshmenl- ui I L , 'v .. .LF -.i . , ,Al A 'li I 1.' .E r Q hh - Q j I fin 1 W -A -' -f E, N Q If 'f f, ,-.,s 31 , . ,. ' ,ff ,Lf 1 V l V C' 1 Univ QI' El X - .1 X. . I X E W , C 9'5- a . , , , X . vv.- x .,-. I 1'1Si3YH .,, H .1 'SV ' a ' 'asfl J , , :W X 'kt 1 I ' Q ,ff ' , '- ,Misa .-, -, THU, SN I: Y ug, H, 4, Qs Q 5 Myers Naugle Neel Nichols Nichols Niner Noll Noll Ninouale Nuzem Nuf ford Oates Offill Owens Oyster Packey Pansino Parlontien Pasquale Paxson Peddicord Peloso Penny Penny Peters Phelps Phillabaum Phiuipi Pierson Pilmer Pinkerton Pittman Pla jer Polen Polinori Scott Polen '4TTi5'ff ik "'---"2.:Er.:- 'Q -ilrreshmen Sondra Goldman - Freshmen sell magazines and make 845000. Freshmen ll' le . ' ,U Ir fff , if-ilgfff ." ' , 3: 415' 111 li. ' , -Tb.. -HV.. 1 . " ' ' . ' f 4' Q4 V , , 1, , I , K' l 'A ! l -' A , V f .V , -- , , , ,.'..' 'r . ,- .JM L- -.. WE LL BE TOUGH IN 1982 E, "wus ' . -1, 'iii .M ,. 'l'r S ,4- 'll , . - W UP' 1 A. Royster J. Ruggles W. Safkow A. Sallyards J. Salter W. Salter C. Sams P. Sarver T. Schafer M. Schlemmer L. Schultz D. Soctt C. Seaholt J. Sepeda K. Settle D. Severance R. Severance K. Shiolon D. Shipman R. Shipman R. Shoemaker L. Shonk J. Skoczinski J. Sloat D. Smith D. Smith J. Smith K. Smith V. Snyder M. Soltys S. Spall G. Specht K. Sponseller R. St. Clair M. Stellahot 'Q if n E- N.,o 88 0 REVIEWIFRES C HMEN C. Stewart T. Stewart C. Stiffler I. Stiffler D. Stillion T. Stillion B. Stovall D. Stovall B. Stratton B. Streza R. Summers D. Sutherland R. Swagler J. Swarts L. Syme S. Taschwer R. Taylor J. Terroll A. Thomas J. Thomas K. Thomas K. Thomas . Thurmond C. Trainer T. Trainer WERE THE CLASS THAT ON 'Z' VII' :ru -f ' Amy Bates 3 'Www V8 S' 5. if w - 4 1 .El W WAN -5 V J FAC ULT F ACULT FACULTY FAILS ,Q- '25 lla . " 'x Q , 4--.' I -- 'U v lf'- '1 ..j, A i'-.r 71, A -M ig -A g ' '1'i"fi'9- if I l fi , ' 'bf I I ,r , M' fry 1' ,A,:"" AD IN ISTRATIO Qt Y, f V X I 3 '- -Q ff-21-9 t. -'4- + eg.glT.'I."1 Above Lt. to Rt.g "Board of Edu- cation"- Miss Marguerite Hillman, Clerk Treasurer Mr. Raymond Vandayburg, Mr. Bruce Wiegel, Mr. R.R. Dennis Clunk, and Mrs. Betty Schaper. Below Lt.g Assis- tant Superintendent Mr. Charles Reiger, Superintendent of Schools Dr. R.C. Hamrick, and Assistant Superintendent Mr. David Becker x..f , MNLL -.-Q I 2,12 ,- fl ' fri r , I, I J X Tr .L , G I k A xr. ' i F -- . 'c ' - L W l . , A J 0 . fr A ' 3 G X ?' OFFICE PRI CIPALS AND SECRETARIES X' ,A Upper Rt., Principal Mr. Wamsleyg upper lt., As- sistant principal Mr. Deramo, middle lt., Assis- tant Principal Mr. Webbg secretaries lt. to rt., Mrs. Shuster, seated Mrs. Brooks, standing mid- dle, Mrs. Kestner, and Mrs. Foster. 1 K all REVIEWXSTAFF 0 93 is 1 47,6-' L 7 Ki ' W --ii' ...Nur 7... 1 5 v Q ,,..., . Lili COUNSELORSg Top photo Ll. to Rf., Front Row, Mrs. Carla, Mrs. Meme, Mrs. W Rowg Mr. Puls, Mr. Evans, Mr. Rankin, Mrs. Jackson. Ll. lo Rl., Mrs. Emery, Miss Dourm, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Lourden. SCHOOL NURSEg Mm. McClintock C23 -.2 1 .J 1" f , -,A-14 , 'V elserg Back 1 1 7 N .27 -. .. , rl-Siu: 'M' .,, 1 .r A ,K 'GF 16 ms' tml I ,tl .Q V ' WV 'tial . 7' 17 Had. 'VG 4 'V " Ln T- . .-L tt , 1 , .I World History, U.S. History, assistant Foot- ball couch Intro to Lit., English Lit., Intro to Composi- tion Machine Trades I Occupational Work Experience II Chemistry R.A.B. advisor, Mass Media, Journalism I, Gen, Composition Science A, Reading I and II Vocational 'Drafting I Distributive Education Assistant Basketball coach, 20th Cent. Histo- ry, World Geography Biolo , Physiology English I and II .qzapnag 'JW 'gf Im!-'H '-IW 'ZI .IQAAOH 'saw -H VIUISDH '-'W 'OI auolsqanlg 'JW ' usg -JW - .Luca 'JW ' .mnug 'JW ' ouruy 'JW lseioqxv 'JW 6 8 L 9 uglsny 'JW 'g 1' E Z oimruuv guaaxpuv .MW .-,W 'I ' f' "gi .. ., af Q L fs if 57 -4 Q- jf , A ee. . Intro to Social Studies . I.O.E. Steno II . Art I, II, III, IV . Photography, Graphic Arts, Chronicle advi- sor Auto Body II Geometry, Business Math, Algebra I I.0.E. Clerk Typing II, Chronicle Financial Advisor l.0.E. Steno I . Telecommunications I, II . Biology, Varsity Track coach . Math IA, Health, Family Living, English . Health, Phys. 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L " art- 'xml Y 'Vai IQ 42 K 46 i Qnrfqi L I 348.4 Vocational Printing l and Il Reading Lnh Driver's Education English I, Drama. Mythollltiys Basic Gram- mer Review, Play and Musical Director Crafts, Metals l and II, Baseball coach In School Suspension supervisor Home Ee. I. Il, Single Living Drawing I and Il Vncutinnnl Child Care Driver's Education American Literature, Advanced Comp, Intro to Composition, Creative Writing Advisor Health, Phys. Etl., assistant Football coach ppzahany 'aw '31, xpaunqnyl 'suw 'Lf ouguox 'JW 'gy YJDI 'S-'W '57 ,I-'DI '-'W 'W 'mll"f'Il3I WIW 'Ei' UPPDI 'F-'W 'Zi' UPF!! '-'W 'Ii' JOIUUX 'JW '07 uos1u.iof'.tN '65 qdosofvuw 'gg ddnl-1'1w 'Ls Jw. NS W? li .I ' f. I Fails' 5 1 - 4 'ali' 1. 9 f13 . 'f','g41f1 I '- I English I, ll, Intro lo Lil Sociology. Psyoliology, Girls and Hoya Swim Conch Dintrihutive Cooperative Training Intro to Social Studies English l. Il, and Sports Literature ISLS Science Consumer Math, Algzehrn l English I, Intro lo Composition, Miss Media General lim-inrss, Advanced Typing, Short- hand Child Development. Fumln. Girls Extension Auto Body I .uoow 'JW 'H tlntusuow sstw 'gl Kaquomow aatw '6 untnngaw mow 'H ttrmoplnw aatw 'L ntnpoq 'uw '9 nnxpofl 'JW 'g Jognttnaugj 'JW 'V .CDMQJ1 'JW ' .tnafl 'JW ' utltplnuq 'uw 'I If Z W1 L4 t 'E .Q 'tri ' I I ' ' 2 , I .7 92 Pt N 4. 1 ff 'N , . 20 WX 27 4 I K X 'Tl was A at , Q A ,qi ' l m A " 7 V' 113' .. ' "" V51 i x X ' 5 0 21 H '28 I7 f X22 L-.Q een. Prellaleulus. Algebra II, Student Senate, Adv. Geometry Phys. Ed.. Health, assistant Football coach Accounting I, II, General Business Spanish ll, Spanish I Iliolvltyv Girls Cheerleader advisor Speech I, Ethnic Lit. General Comp.. 20th Cent. Fiction. Current Issue Lit. Auto Mechanics Il Home Mechanics. Woods I. II, Wrestling Coach Algebra II. General Math Algebra I. Consumer Math, Geometry. assis- tant Ilnsltelhull coach ISCS Science. Football assistant coach 10955 '-'W 'ZZ UILIUS '-'W 'IZ UIIUH SBIW 'OZ !P0H '-'W '6I Umlllnd '-'W '8I 'ilumld WW 'LI aoauad ssgw '91 5P'mW 55!W 'SI 5!l"W '-'W 'PI P'-"7ll"'llnW '-IW 'EI E!-'-WW "'W 'Zl ,Q 4-G-' y '35 .. 11' as , 43 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29, 30. 31. 32. 33. Intro to Social Studies. U.S. History World I-Iistory, Intro to Social Studies, Humanities Health, Phys. Ed., Girls Track. Basketball coach Vocational Drafting II Reserve Band Government. Varsity Football coach Home Ee. I. Foods. Home Furnishings. Single Living American History, Reading I. Math I, II, Re- lated .lobs Phys. Ed., Health, Fitness, Boys Tennis coach Orchestra Director Occupational Work Experience I ni.taA 'JW 'gg QUIIUBIBA 'SJW 'ZS spaqmaun -JW 'Ig uamiml sstw 'Og 310-'01 WW '6Z saiuol 'JW 'gg dnoagg -saw 'Lg 'NWS '-'W '9Z .xalsnqs sstw 'gg .hung 'aw '75 -'aqia-"PS '-'W 'EZ Consumer Economics. U.S. History In School Suspension supervisor I.O.E. Clerk Typing I and related French I. French III, IV Cosmotology I Applied English, English I Typing I, II Electronics II and Stage Crew Machine Trades II English III, English II, Civics Music theory, Humanities, Marching an Concert Band director pianos! amz Jun ' xl . A wok OIIDX aqsnm ' .JW saw .JW .Jw MW 5l!9l'nA 'UW uapaom 'saw SUWIIIIM ' 5.1 W uoqam 'saw -H-UIIUM 'S-'W xpadsuaiiem .JW iw.-. ge in ' ' ' ga . HQ- J fi. ,lf 'fa il! FACULTY Mr. Volk as Mr. Zelasko K ,QQ .nf . K, 1X1 'Hn Mr. Rounds I , 11 J - VV- fl . '11 1.143 I - K . l I . tj' ' Mrs. Snyder . X' A saga g?..-.VA Mr. McM1ll1an Y X-'x CD On Friday, May 11th, Mr. Rick Foust was announced as the 1979 Teacher of the Year. Mr. Foust was presented a plaque by Laura Johnson, designated leader of- FTA. Mr. Foust is a native of Pennsyl- vania where he attended Clarion College and majored in Mathematics. He has taught in the Alliance school system for seven years. When asked for a comment on becoming Teacher of the Year he had this to say, "At first, I was very nervous, but this is a great honor and a privilege to be placed in the same category as the pre- vious recipients of this award." Mrs. Ruth Williams retired from AHS after 33 years total teaching experience. Her educational background began as a graduate from Lakewood High School and then Mount Union College where she majored in French and History, graduating in 1938. Mrs. Williams began her graduate work in 1963 at West Virginia University with a NDEA Grant. While there she extended her studies to esancon, France under Emory University. She returned to West Virginia University as a teaching assistant and graduated with a masters in 1967. While teaching, Mrs. Williams taught French, History, English, Geography and Ohio History, completing her teaching career teaching French from 1965-1979. Mrs. Williams has many hobbies including camping, swimming, reading, knit- ting music and traveling. In the future she plans to study again - Philosophy, French, Geology, music and Spanish. Her special memory of AHS occured in 1963, 1970 and 1973 when she took AHS students to France. Mr. Donald Rankin, a 1979 retiree from Alliance High School has., since 1940, devoted most of his 5. , X qt P ? ,ll f -W-. 0 1 Ur , S-- .?, sp. Mr. Clarence fBusJ Boyle, re- tired from AHS after 25 years in teaching. Mr. Boyle graduated from Kent State University in 1949 and again, with a Master's degree in 1960. However, prior to graduating from college, Mr. Boyle served in the U.S. Army during World War I1 with Company K, 397th Infantry Re- giment with the 100th Division. He served as a rifleman and medic during his 13 months in Europe. After the war and college Mr. Boyle worked for the Armour Co. - sandpaper division until 1954 when he began teaching at Rootown High School. During the 4 years he was there, he taught science, math and coached. In 1959 he moved to Sebring High and per- formed the same duties for 3 years. Mr. Boyle came to Alliance in 1961 to State Street Junior High and moved to the high soon there after where he taught math. Currently Mr. Boyle is working as a Pro- Manager at the Sebring Country Club in North Benton Ohio. working life to service which includes 32 years in l rl secondary education as a teacher and counselor. "1 will maintain my home in Alliance," states Mr. Rankin, "But I expect to travel as much as possible before settling down to the pursuit of fishing, golf, gardening, and a continuation of community involvement. "For the coming year I'll be busy as secretary of Alliance Kiwanis, but Alliance High School, my favorite school, will continue to receive H much of my interest." Mr. Rankin started teaching in Arcadia, Florida, in 1940 after graduation from Florida Southern College, but on January 7, 1942, he became an aviation cadet. After earning his wings in Sept. of 1942 he served a total of46 months on active duty in the Army Air Corps as a fighter bomber pilot. For fifteen months he flew over Africa, Sicily and Italy and still holds the rank of captain in the U.S. Air Force Retired Reserve. Mr. Rankin came to Alliance in 1946 and left at the end of 1947-48 for a newspaperjob and worked for a graduate degree at Ohio State University. After four years at Springfield, Ill. High School and two years at Lake High School in Hartville, Mr. Rankin returned to A.H.S. in 1957 and remained here for 22 years. ' One of the most memorable extra duties over the years was the advisorship of the red and blue during 1946-48 years when his students earned All-American ratings nationally and received a trophy in 1947-48 for the best bi-weekly High School Newspaper in Northeast Ohio. In addition Mr. Rankin helped charter AHS Key club in 1967 and formulated the "Joe Berg Science Seminar" in 1959-60. A member of Christ United Methodist church, he has served on the administrative board, the board of Trustees, chairman of Mission Commission as well as Sunday School teacher and advisor for MYF. '11, 98 0 REVIEW X STAFF L "" L . ' 1 n rf - f - v: l ,T L A -- . Y"" -r .A , -lv 1,- .' 5, . , ,,, -.... ""F W Ji.-I4 fu , , r COOKSQ front row left to rightg R. Shonk, M. Dicko, T. Utterback, H. Brunner, B. Harlan, M. Bilcze. Row 2g A. Sorge, J. House, J. Abrahams, M. Noll. Row 3g B. An- tram, T. Kiel, H. Miller, L. Zinz, G. Thompson. Row 43 I. Kirskey, E. Falcone, H. Mottern, R. Schell. CUSTODIANS: Front row left to rightg G. LaForte, B. Barkus, C. Grubb, D. Teeters, J. Husk, J. Connors, G. Hinnerman, A. Clark. BUS DRIVERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Lamp., M. Mur- phy, R. Tucker, G. LaForte., E. Tate. l' .2 vu- BUS DRI ERS n WWE -Eg T 1?TWJin E an 123 'FQ On the field, in the R -.. , I 248.53 0 , 1 w.-A ' I nl- ' ',,' .X ' " dag' ' Sl: 1 149' A- ku ff livllg .JL -Pd 'hi 'H -L N- '.4 3f. gi, Q5 ,L A L4QMMMmmm? ,ia-eff? 5.k1.-AQVA,-l i,fA Q VV yy., 'fqA-7-gsg'Q"1F?,"f'i"'Q . V-fi. M AGE 4 ' W-:iam Ami? 'wma A-smut I sp,'1'VYt!'!! T iv-mam I 1- 'MQ' mmm-ml! Q? SGEQ W ieaf-3 '--353932 IW!! Q I- '4- '3- 6 55,3 x 2. 'jf ' F ALL SPORTS W f-v 'X XR ix tx 1 'N N. Q 1 Xkpa g ,kxxk , XXX" K XXX xx XX! t Q -A- 'f- ,. 41,4 Ig., ' g v ' , y r ff sn.- fi, -assays,-vu-....,. GIRLS TENN S - WINNER A The lady racqueteers had the second highest number of wins of the fall sports teams this year. The team had a season of 9 wins and 6 losses, compared to last years record of 3 wins and 10 loss- es. Leading as coach for the second Leading the team were, most valuable player Vivian Pansino wl1o advanced to the districts, and Kim Rogers who ad- vanced to semi-finals. Kim had the highest winning record of 10 wins and 3 losses. year of girls tennis was Mrs. Crawford. This page, upper right: Coach Crawford. This page, lower right: M. Wiese is about to hit the ball. Opposite page, middle: V. Pansino Serving the ball. Lower left: L. Fitzelle, note ball on racquet. Upper right: N. Aberegg. Lower right: team picture, front row: C. Zurhrugg, M. Wiese, J. Ayers, V. Pansino, S. Goldman, N. Aberegga K. Rogers. Back row: Coach Craw- ford, L. Fitzelle, C. Phillips, D. Gaume, S. Pansino, A. Hamilton, T. Wissi. 78-I-14 , IH. :wJ Q 3'3TSSfQ K I X3-1 X 'an-my f X n. 5 r'f nd' if -c Q' ff 1,- If f ,- ,-v P.- f,! KWH Hz.,- ,P ..7t. K .J fffwe f V x 5, G .r .1 " if ,r I I I fi .at 9 I 1 102 0 REVIEIWCROSS COUNTRY CROSS COU TRY - UNDEFEATED! Jogging is increasing in popu- larity but none take it quite as seriously as the Alliance Cross Country team. Having a successful season, the team went to five major invita- tionals and three state level meets. Representing our team at the state finals were Marty Goldman who placed 56th of 93, and Andy Howell who placed 32nd, In the sectional championship Alliance placed second out of nineteen teams and twelth of 180 teams in the district meet of Northeastern Ohio. The Harriers achieved three records this year. The team was the first in history to be unde- feated in dual meets. They were the Stark County Champions in both the J.V. and Varsity divi- sions and singular recognition went to Andy Howell for break- ing Ron May's old record of 12:56 for the ZV2 mile run. Andy completed the 2V2 mile run in a brathtaking 12:52. .Q A ,, i . .11 ' -1- ' ' This page, bottom left: John Anderson concentrating on running. Bottom right: Craig Henry on the lap. Opposite page, Top: R. Horton, M. Goldman, A. Howell, and C. Fraruccio staying ahead of the 1 Bottom left: C. Fraraccio tired after a race. Bottom right: B. Boehm loosening up for a race. Front row: M. Gorman, J. Peddicord, B. Boehm, J. Murphy, J. Kile, K. Lorden. Row 2: R. Jones, Lowe, M. Riley, T. McDaniel, A. Howell, R. Simanalla. Row 3: Coach Clegg, R. Horton, M. Goldman Anderson, C. Fraraccio, C. Henry. Q J l REVIEWXCROSS COUNTRY 0 103 WP' TPI? fm, g,.1'g'fs . r Ll -ff ' Q- 1'-fs" f Q ' 4 of f , MA all Dual Record - 6-0 Z A.H.S. 19 vs A. North 42 ' A.H.S. 19 vs. Copley so fl J x A.H.S. 19 vs Ellet 37 ,-X A.H.S. 15 vs. Massillon 45 ' " A.H.S. 19 vs. Marlington 411 A ' f Invitationals ' M ' f, If-. ,Q 2nd - Dover - 15 Teams A N' 51 Sth - Boardman - 22 Teams 'll lst - New Philly - 6 Teams x lst - Carrollton - 10 Teams lst - Malone - 22 Teams lst - Mahoning Valley - 14 Teams L - V lst - Stark County - 10 Teams ' ' ,v ' I " ' .11 Y " H W W-rg 3 .Af --J' -- H ,,, ' f . 1 2 ' W I f. li 1 a . ' -T .lsvkr -: ' 65" V' l 4 ll rl 'A 4, rg gun 4 ..y- 4 . Y! in 'faxing-: V A I A I Y- ?2y'l'-'44,:3lv' R" 1-S1121 iff? l 12 - t 41.1 ',,-.. in fl, 104 0 RE VIE WXGOLF GOLF A COUNTRY CLUB SETTING This season the Aviator Linksmen were young and their inexperience was shown with a record of 13 wins and 16 losses. Most valuable player Steve Goodwin, paced the Aviators with a 41.5 match average which set a new record. This surpas- sed last year's match record of 43.31 set by Tom Teeple. The aviators placed seventh out of ten teams at the South Canton Invitational. The Linksmen also placed nine of nineteen teams at the Sectionals. Steve Goodwin placed fifth with a score of 76 at North Canton and in addition placed fifth with a score of 80 at the Sectionals. Chris Parlontieri had the lowest score this season with a 37 stroke match. Joe Baker had the lowest putting average this season taking only 15 swings to complete his time on the greens. .'-T.i,.b , rl: I . J Y. srl A .h ,J ' rw' ' "'-1'-1'-'i"Rf!"5 -f- 'P-1-ff' '- t bs 5- 4. -.FY 'I 'J 3327: .',- .. V K: Swv :".'!!'- .4 Q ' , gf ' '- ig. -,.'-si '4 ual I-api", 5,4- 1-g."..b ,iff-'5' Y -1' ' , 'vat 4' ' As- 5 642255 1- -fuifd ' r si -0551! 3 if I' ' 1 'J' I , lg-. -AJ ' ' ' Q .-P' .. . 3 W' 'U . 5 .Q 'X . . ,K ,Q ,, 5? P ve'-v vb .uf 'Uv 7-' A I' ,-: . H. I , p-1.-A 1. , , r 106 0 REVIEWXFOOTBALL VARSITY FOOTB LL A 3817 VENTURE "By my standards, the win-loss record was not good. However, by com- paring with the last ten years, under four differ- ent coaches and a much larger enrollment at other schools. There have been only four better seasons and threeiof those four from 1975, 76, and 77 were under the present football program which would in- dicate that in spite of the past season, things have and will continue to im- provef, - Coach Julius Tonges This year's team co-captains were Oliver Scott and Bob Slutz. The top performers of the season offensively were Oliver Scott, Clay Brown, Bob Slutz and Brett Amelung. De- fensively the top performers were Roy Phillabaum, Stuart Tolle, Scott Bell, Gary Nichols, Louis Cironi, Alan Mathys, Barry Grimes and Jeff Russell. The team rushing total was 1083 yards. The average yards per play was 4.6. Leading the team in rushing was Oliver Scott with 328 yards. Leading team passer, Clay Brown with 556 yards. The leading pass receiver was Oliver Scott with 267 yards. , ,-,.,,,l, I -.-Ln-A - .-1' i 5 1? wi' 1-0-I1 ' '4 9"-' u ' Q 'T f l X 1 s 'sy A. I Q I 1 f Q- g:i52,1,Qi,ov. . ,1 Iwi. .-,,-1.1.1 !1"f, 'Q"'. 'Q 'r I 's . '- .' . '. " X-fav'-,. ,VV A 14- 'e,'.',.F1fg'f..! fsf-rr-.,'.' :ggi 1 'i 4.2! V, 2,01 Y.k .'..S':'- - 1,545 igni .Sbfgfmim-4' " ' ., - -,fv , H . ,pf--'4 , gg, 1... .,,,f A, A. .1-. . .Ll A. .gb-IQ.. X-54 fn! 'nj V. -,- -., ,,......,,. 1 Y-,.-XA -2 f f ,. ,. Sn. . 'NA-. r n -ov' D 5? . A Q , ,N Vs tj- A , .5 Lil' - Q 4 11212 L-. . Mfr, . ,JH 4. -5 -K' .. , ' N 4, w,y,.,. , . ,. .r-5. A. . , -Q- K.. I i +' '-.abr .,, -- .- - -s.- ,-ff-' , ,F ,- N9 1 R ,, ,. 1" lr' ie l W- v 1, ,..g ,.. 1.. ?44B' 'v ,,.. .35 v- ' ., . . x . 3: m ' 1 "' 'g "' -'av . M ' f 4 K. 2. , 1 , Y' I . , 4 K ii I V' I '. If- R It gf." - .K .v ,: .I . 'if sys. 'f -'1-W' H1 XXI V," - K v 2, A Q 'f5.F?"-y'M'ffTAAA . f " 5 x 'r-' fr .?f'5T,n.-., YF?" Q '-,- , .5 .-x 5 1 . '.-E'-' ..1...N.- , ns 5, 4' . ' , . C, X 4, ' 1. ' RJ -a'1x.'- 1 4 x ' i 1 -'anal-iE"" .Il 'S 5. L .l 1. v - " 'ix 3 ,, . ...AY -ly-r,g:'i1 41 Y 'Vx 4' 1.-up 'Fi'--..k ' K ' Hf,..Ii:..f-':- b'..,7 .. F K , M ' ' 'L.Ng,L?':, . . "Q7."'."' j'. X -:.' - :,. ' ' ' "Q, .41 ', we wi' wrqv. 'fs e1M'fxT 'aj V? RE VIE WIFOOTBALL 0 109 .. pg, Upper left, opposite page: sopho- more Alan Truman centering the ball. Upper right, opposite page: Troy Kirksey heads for a touchdown against Warren Harding. Bottom., opposite page: Freshmen R. Rhome, V. Rinninger, M. Crittenden, J. Jones, B. Brown, going for a 20 yard touchdown. Upper left: Scott Polen throws pass to Pat Huddleston for a touchdown. Lower left: Scott Polen upset after an incomplete pass. Sophomoresg Front row: B. Nordquist, C. Vicars, S. Miller, M. Holland. J. Emery., V. Harrington, D. Hawkins, J. Donovan, D. Kirksey. Row 2: T. Grimes, A. Jackson, M. Libulas, K. Speakern, B. Snyder, K. Simmons, T. Lalli, G. Hagge, H. Douglin, J. Admonius. Row 3: Coach Sabock, Coach Kuceyeski, T. Har- lan, J. Oyster, K. Lipley, R. Dozier, T. Collins, A. Truman, M. Zaleski, K. Petti. F RESI-IMEN 81 SOPHOMORE OOTBALL abiasf: 'if?et5'1'. C Y1,s11fis4r1g5.S1.f 53 525 aHH.i55fi'f' f E. a fr fa if we ' f Q- Tiff .g,g'5, Jw .. A-fs-,,,,,s,,,, ei ,. 13 Q ' l .-,L Freshman Team ffibovel Front row: L. Jones, J. Cannon, W. Alexander, N. Carnes, L. Hueford, L. Severence, T. Trainer, A. Cannon., G. Mohr, R. Headley, L. Nicholes, J. Karachanos. Row 2: R. Franklin, R. Shoemaker, R. Williams, J. Polverine, M. Critti, W. Salter, M. Collins, J. Banks, K. Smith, R. Rhome, B. Severence, D. Miller, J. Jones. Row 3: D. DeBee, I. Stoffler, M. Lanave, T. Kirksey, P. Hetleston, S. Polen, K. Avery, V. Couington, B. Brown., K. Carnes, C. Martin, Coach Priest. Row 4-:, Coach Sabin, M. Johannson, C. Stewart, V. Rinninger, S. Trummer, C. Avery, L. Brown, T. Curtiss, B. St. Clair, Coach Bradley. Q1 ut, F' gg? A ,,j,i4lk 5 NR h J o -.- x V ,I if .1 76 :- 'Z v A A L1 - W- -Q L' 7' ' 3"- b " s 'fbi' . . .Q I . , off- 1141 ' t 1 -N if H 1. vit ' - q f W., - 1- , '..-1 Q-'-,x rv 1 V' - . J . , . . 1, " - Y CHEERLEADERS RAH AI-I... REVIEW I CHEERLEADERS O 111 RAH . Qvg. LtH.LM-L glfiiu ---3, ' .. . ai-fi - Alliance Varsity and Reserve Cheerleaders began their season the first week in August with an out- standing performance at Ohio Northern Cheer- leading Camp. Twenty-two squads totaling over' 150 girls attended the camp, sponsored by the Ohio Association of Secondary School Principals. The girls were rated on pep, spirit, entrance, timing, and total evaluation of cheers. Varsity earned three blue "Superior" ratings, while the Reserve squad earned two "Superior" and one Excellent ribbon. -41. YT uh Q9 Group picture, Front Row are Varsity Cheerleaders: S. Jones, P. Rodefer, Lisa Baier, D. Doringo QCaptainJ, and T. Micketti, absent K. Schreckengost Reserve Cheerleaders, G. Gainor, C. Pasco, A. Stone, J. Maxwell fCaptainJ, K. Morettini, Y. Carter. Bottom left: Cheerleaders perform at rally, left to right - A. Stone, G. Gainor, K. Morettini, C. Pasco, J. Maxwell, L. Baier, K. Schreckengost Top right: Freshmen Cheerleaders in action, C. Domnic, P.Cabassa, and B. Oyster. Freshmen squadg front row -- R. Doyle, A. Royster, M. Popavich, and P. Cabassa. Top row: J. Rovder, C. Kuhaneck, B. Oyster, and C. Domnic. 112 0 REVIEWIWRESTLING WINTER SPORTS 'dm-C. V6 ' -'fi' WRESTLING Alliance has a state champion. Rick Horton, on his 4th attempt in as many yearsbecame a state wrestling cham- pion in the 138 lb. weight class. Stuart Tolle lost his bid at becoming a state qualifier in the district finals with a score of 5-2. Overall Alliance was 7th in the district out of 44 teams with 38V2 pts. Rick Horton handling the match. Opposite page, Aboveg left to right, N. Nichalson, F. Deleox, S. Hutmacher, U. Umazaki, J. Murphy, R. Horten S. Mi11er,v. Wade, T. Mom, B. Cade, W. smnf ley, S. Tolle. Second rowg B. Madison, T. Har- lam, J. Donavan, K. Simmons, A. Truman, G. Nichols, R. Rhome, R. Neir, B. Pucci, C. Wilson J. Admanias, T. Culp. third rowg Coach Rodi, Bi Baine, J. Cameron, V. Rodgers, N. Games, A. Tolle, J. Banks, J. Bycraft, C. Chambers, K Carnes, R. Shoemaker, M. Lanave, R. Lamp, B Heuer, J. Falcone, and Assistant Coach R Kuceyeski. Bottom left, Jerry Murphy. Right, Rick Horten. 138 LBS. PLUS RICK HORTO EQUALS Ill I- I- W REVIEWXWRESTLING o Y Wrestling Record 1978-79 H535-r H W J uklliandew W Boardman 23 36 ' Minerva ' 22 29 Marlington 21 37 Perry , , ,, ' 1? w, , M 2, in lull North Canton Inv. 7th place N A 1 1 W lf North Canton Inv. 7th place CantonTimken 24 33 Minerva Tourney 3rd place N H N 1 1 1, J Q East Liverpool J 1 W W M5371 W kv Ng 'Q Massillon 59 12 ' ' " Dover 21 33 West Branch 17 47 Barbertonx 'Rick Horton - AAA State Champion '138lffdQ N N ' vw T Head Wrestling Coach Ray Rodi 113 BOYS SWIM NG This year's boys swimmers net- ted a record of 9 wins and 5 losses. The highlight of the year came when Rusty Morrison placed 3rd in the District Div- ing competition held in the Canton Auditorium. Rusty then went on to Columbus for the state meet where he placed 28th. Boys Swimming Record 1978-79 Alliance Opponent 85 Jackson 119 Canfield 119 79 Canton McKinley 105 62 Harding 33 50 Reserve 54 24 Barberton 52 31 Kent 38 45 Perry 45 38 St. Thomas 89 83 Wooster 34 97 Massillon 39 43 Glen Oak 70 102 Timken 109 72 McKinley 59 24 Rusty Morrison 22nd in State Diving Championships 4 i- ,i,.. T... ,1 ,-W Q- .... . D 4, , i .I i an 'X 'ru t ' J YYY-W-W 'W' 'Q "" ""N"' 'f fri-4'--. w A 2 WM- W- W ' A-H ' T' , 1 ' , , ' ' I .1 .V ' I I A ' 2 -N. ' x ' . 3 I X Hg 3' , -.-- .Jf 3, 5 fl 4 , A. ' N " , ig ' I K -I I 1: d Y -11 J I . l "-Q I . of , W 'G'-in .nveelq 4...-., L i -V .1--f -,,,. ,Lad . Je P -. I 1 Pez. I i4'i?7Q -. "W ill' fi REVIEWXSWIMMING 0 115 w 7' ' ,igqqy-' pm- -N. .- . ...V-u rlFuT.M.Nx,iEii?a.q.g u - ,hw . ff, ',,'1-YQ -'. , ' '1"2.:"w , "4s' A ?' XJ' ' il ff. H A I A 'iq . 555,133.2 negggii -r5g'g. 5.g IQ wg-f . r-gs.. jk: .?"g" f i' 5. - A o f. fv, 'R -' ' ' ' gig., nr- 3gQ .Tw 'ii' . 1-1 h-,:wi'dhi ' A' .J J tha i . . J -. 4' ii-vm A in ' ' ' p w. .iq - ' ', -1 'fu . ,, M. , , , P.: - . J f v ,,., x. ' X . 4 , ' ,- V--.515 hi .1 -U .. ' " . '. 'Pas' - yr. , . W . ,.. , , I . , V JET.-, . U 1:-... Y, . X . - - ' . - ' .A 7 f ' +51-15' r V r . ,. ,.- ff- Ig., , I -, f .px . , ,U , , . I 'hx x A I 'Q tif. t 1- ' Ei W 1 J we X 1 ,,,J.,q. L8 . A ,N lily H 3131.53 I : ' , S' Pt in . 5 l, J .fl -. A ' 'lx " . 5 - : . 'lf 5 3 iv' 3 .wfi "H n- .ff . J .wif .g X, . ,l v R.. . J .., ww -1 K' W lg' - ' ' V, . 11 : .-,f ' -. L '- 'igffzf-, ip 5 1 , . K i J I ' . ' . , .x -1 'ill'!N1i'fv nf y 'He 'J Y .4 ff? i , e - V, 4-A, . 1 A Ay no . . , . .. vii' , -" .H- ,. I -.-fhtjg... Q -.JL ' . L -1.1: OPPOSITE PAGE Upper right Top row - B. Steerling, K. Rodgers, M. Murphy, J. Caskey, C. Burr, D. Wen, K. Zumbar, J. Lear. Row 2: W. Beatty, A. Wert, J. Ebert, S. Morrison, M. Dhayer, P. May, S. Hunt. Row 3: J. McCallum, B. Fogle, S. Hirvella, W. Beatty, C. Hopper, D. Leedy, S. Schimp. Bottom left opposite pg.: John Caskey leeping after the start. This page, Top Right: Diving Judges giving the scores of the latest dive. Above: Andy Wert taking a breather. Bottom left: Michelle Sticker and Coach Jim Lear checking Gregg Burrs blood pressure. Top Rt: Kevin Zumbar at the turn. .-. If. L. 116 0 REVIEWIGIRLS BASKETBALL GIRLS BASKETBALL The lady flyers ended their season with a 4-14 record. While the overall record was not most desir- able, many accomplish- ments were made. Four school records were bro- ken this season with Ben- zetta Metcalf demolishing the old rebounding record and setting a new single game record of 28. In ad- dition we went on to be- come Stark County's lead- ing rebounder with 288. The other three were scor- ing records broken by Susie King. As leading scorer she managed to col- lect 29 points, in a game, breaking the old one of 24, and collected 220 points in the season, the old season high being 110. . ,vv SECYION g U, X, mHs H ,, 'Mis' Q12 --1-aj, n-T, REVIEWIGIRLS BASKETBALL 0 117 it-f,...-,1i..: - J: s f' "-3"r -4. , -ff'--V-G--1-few-lo, r. vw3,,.1-,, .- V ,ff .rfvtx . .1 , v . ,1rwa'A,v..-fsgf-rg:-1: ' ' f V- ,N I - '.v v .,-x .. - t 'Qif71"f?3-'I :F 1:55 1 ' 'l if 'ff'-?'i,s1ZS 1 3- jx-.,E:H:fv.: . 'I ' E 'E . ' QQ 15,1-' , E23121'ff1ft . - . : y LL- ' L-fglgeltsduljz W .30 Msicinlevf- 23 . 66 ' ' -.55 ,Sig-Thomas 47 Y A 46 Qi, '."i.3I:iw9erpool . fn 64 ' jqmhmemwl ." W, .,, A swfpvm ii., f1ii1flIkiP t'-' L 273: 42 ' i', ,',RQlji'yf'1'f ' .... 392 61 FELL f4j'lMiSiill0n . 44 'i 'V . Central 'if7f2L ,f 36 ' 'V ,.,, Wannin W1121, -, f Marlin' mn Q , aqiigjf' ,E . . Louisvilliiie "Y .fr - 27' D ' 'V 7 Niles 9' 7 ' , i 27 421 West , .. 1 ' ' ' 'j-. -,- ,. - -J .. Q Glen Qalgi' 1 Q27 38 A Beaverlfocal ' Marlingign Touifn. iitlg. ' 381 , 1, at-. "W -":,.:"1':".,:,. , . .. , L, .Y., . li, ii . . . LLL l i V ' li-,V U.:-f f 'i I f- -E "T-. gf. ,J . 'w:v-ygmq:1f- , . - ,- 1 1 ,-., ,E -H , I -, , ,EI-, f A VTV' i' :f -: il-f-?1'1.,, Ii, 1- '2',fe-,fjf-'- , S'1-::.Qi,' . V , ,. vf . -.wig 1.-Ja.. . ', , ,pf 1 -"""if,-,l19Si.i'f:iU1.f,w.,5f.s..,11. . L , 1. , A. , ?,,.,-4,3 ,,,3:,.w1,.-..,q -F, . . V. -1 . 3. - - -- Y , 5 .K Q -'21 .pf 111: 2: , -- 3 ,Q .f A-' -..-if . - if . gfg- .gif -fl" zvdf: 45, '-sal.-1 s - - -. if 'g -'yr Lg4L , , i . Y :,.J,L 4L-Y . I Q:.i,- 'ai 1: AL. 45.15033 li. C 35.3 Y ...!LLAsl+.. Opposite page, Team shot, Front Row, L. Kline Mg, Miss Shuster, C. Kline Mg, Row 2, Deanna Reda, Tina Nicholson, Susie King, Co-captain, Benzetta Metcalf Co-captain, Willeta Gaffney, Nancy Buttermore, Sharon Smith, Anita Jorney, Becky Cannon. Opposite page bottom, Miss Shuster explains team strategy while players look on. This page top lefty J.V. team shot, Front row, Devitta Wise, Ruby Nicholson, Dilihla Lawson, Kris Curry, Dianna Scott, Row 2, Robin Holloway, Paula Hatcher, Rhonda Jones, Eva Henry, Josie Thomas, Left middle, Benzetta Metcalf pulls down a rebound. Lower left, Susie King sets up the offense. This page upper right, Nancy Buttermore controls the rebound. Lower right, Ben- zetta Metcalf pulls up for the jump shot while Susie King looks on. 118 0 REVIEW X BASKETBALL , , CQ, n CHAMPIONS The Alliance Basketball team produced a winning season with A a .record of 15-3. With standout Kevin Gaffney, and basketball .ace Juan Stewart, Alliance pushed their way to district fi- nals where they fell at the hands of the McKinley Bulldogs. De- ,spite injuries Alliance was still able to fare well in tournament play. Kevin Gaffney was A awardedf'WHBC radio award and was picked to play on the area all-star team, while Juan Stewart was picked for the lst ,team in the big 8. Juan and Kevin 'tied for the most points scored, both scoring 275 pts. :Kevin also led in rebounds pul- ling 187 down. Clay Brown led the team in assists with 58, and in recoveries with 42. W Wllliance Bas- ketball posted the second best -record in school .his tory. A The team got, the most out of it's potential 'Wartdeir tough cir- Mcuvmstafncesv. S- Co-acha Harry ,Fails BASKETBALL szcnou ,mm '- we rf - 'I-Et' .fy I .. yy K., ,gt NWAQ if Xl! W pang? .fi -' . X A if L 0 A. it E ,H PEW! ' ' I 1 , Top photo, left to right, J. Conner, Coach Fails, D. Offill, K. Smith, K. Louis, J. Russell, C. Brown, Coach Sabin, Coach Bosick. Row 2, L. Parson, J. Stewart, R. Jarman, R. Thigpen, K. Gaffney, D. glofcztre, D. Stargen, G. Nichols, T. Graybill, J. Grewe. Lower left photo, C. Brown. Lower right photo, K. a ney. Canton Central ' St. Thomas Aquinas Canton McKinley Youngstown South West 'Branch Akron Gairfield Tallmadge 6 Massillon 1 Canton Timlcin Salem Akron East Warren Harding LMm'lington Niles Akron St. Vincent East Liverpool Winton Western Reserve' Barberton, ' Alliance Opponent 60 54 632' 61 68 59 50 45 62. V 49 67 53 60 ' 55 49 55 46 65 84 52- 46 42 70 58 55 50 66 28 67 59 68N 64 34 51 60 51 Bottom right, front row, left to right, R. Taylor, C. Trainer, T Lewis, V. Harrington, C. Davis, S. Isaac, J. Russell. Row 2 Coach Bosick, B. Crimes, B. Holmes, T. Williams, A. Jackson, A. Donulll, T. Collins, J. Gzlntz. Bottom left, Coach Fails Wkiilillg in tension. Top right, K. Gaffney going up for two. FP 1' iii at K 'N'-Qu 1 1 -,f -ff, 9",,,'W?3w vp- L 90 20 P- 4 .-1 N J, 'N-j., E l X ' : - tg it if " , 'FII 53:15 4 mill .A ,I M ',k nu ,J , ll!!! num-u 2 n1, N 5 . 1: . . .-rf ar 5 6 Bottom rigth: Kevin Gaffney. Bottom left: De- nnis Stragen hitting two. Top right: Jeff Russell going up for a jump shot. Top left: Freshmen team, Left to right, M. Mallard, K. House, W. Alexander, A. Cannon, C. Ridgeway, A. Crewe, J. Polverine. Row 2 - Coach Schrieber, P. Heddleston, T. Curtis, M. Johnson, J. Jones, T. Schaffer, R. Cobb, C. Stewart. X T4 1 36 N Al - 'NJ' AlEi3riQC mllflfl, FHS EVVQH sor YOU MHQICS lo 50-Q. img" Bai. Bottom Leftg Freshman red team, Left to Right, V. Covington, managerg M. Crittenden, W. Salter, J. Peters, W. Autery, J. Karanthanus, T. Trainer, K. Avery, Top Rowg Coach Foust, V. Rininger, R. Headley, S. Polen, T. Kjrksey, R. Franklin, L. Brown, P. Ferrall. Top Middleg Jeff Russell from the side. Top Rightg Scott Polen up for the jump. ,fu V 'ef qxjm ,, WW 5.7 pn-ll-L. ., in . I I X su, 4' V J'?Q.Q I i Y 9 f ' O 4 lx. my Q Q fini. l'7f ' , .1-, , li N, rt l'7""x' . 124 0 REVIEW l BASEBALL -one SPRING SPORTS n I ,- f Vg rhom- , ,Q .w5,54.,,5-4 . lv BASEBALL While posting a record of only 9-14, Alliance Baseball began the season winning 8 out of 10 before dropping five in a row. Coach Kekic attributes a losing record in the last half of the sea- son to playing the tougher teams all at once near the end of the year. However, many of the matches were close in score and we look forward to next year. Opposite page - top left, Keith Johnson. Top right - Ron Fleniken, Bottom right, team shot, front row, J. Trainer, R. Philabaum, C. Shuller, K. Johnson, R. Fleniken. Row-2, T. Shaffer, J. Miller, M. Holland, C. Davis, J. Crewe, J. Ruff. Row-3, M. Dhayer, C. Parlontieci, C. Moore, A. Crewe, S. Stroup. Row-4, K. Lipely, S. Polen, P. Aires, Coach Kekic. X fe- 4 I AJ ance Alliance Marllngion I ,W ba- xv, 2- 4. ' Ab gg:-gg D U I U H U D D U I I U I 3 I F 'sig 21" 3522322325535 g.QQOSg Og g UCGQQBOQQQOOI was:-:nn--as Sm- 'xo uNe:'c5'uawq-nwsiviw-f ' H-'- n m ' zo L-rn :' nn- , as f"2'S.' E-'Q ggagg3ag3s2s sgsg M.. gg "a5'i -Ee f 55 51-5 30' ' f K' E E: E " ,y -EF 5. .3 if 5 I A 4 .4 4 . ..,, M A 'ligsfags-an as-uaee.aQ N' to 5 Q an l" ag, . ,. :- ...1-I - Q E I JE'- a Q 5 WE. .gg 1 .Ciiliton Timken, Rave n ,-,. K 1 -6 6 J l D- 1 'Z' Q' Q ul .av REVIEW X BASEBALL o w, 'Kg -S' - "'1'f fu. 1- M of 44,4 .Q -N ,f . , V299-j, 41' ' fix?-m 1 V ,F 126 O REVIEWXTENNIS A ilThw0ach of thef'Boy'sYVarsity Tennis team was Mr. Utter- shach. While this year's record posted only a 4-11 mafk, Mr. Utferhackn feels it tttt prqvidedn ex- cellent field ekpefience for the AHS netters, as there are six re- turning lettermen facing next years competition. The high- illglif--Iw0fi"lihiSTiYB2I'Sxi'SB3SOIll,-0C- cured at the Canton Tourna- ments when Tim Graybill won the first match, but lost the sec- .nPn51 !?1 Wfiwldualn c9mPet?u9n' Boys Tennis Home Team Opponent "Alliarice'1"0 Louisville ' 5 Alliance 2 Perry 3 , Alliance, ,1 Jackson 4 Alliance ' 0 West "Branch ' 5 Alliance 3 Lake 2 , Alliance, Ml, McKinley 4 Alliance' I 'Massillon ' ' ' 4 Alliance 1 St. Thomas 4- , ,Alliance N ,2 Perry. , W X X 3 Alliance 2 New Philadelphia 3 Alliance 3 Lake 2 , Alliance, 4 XMarlington 1 Alliance 3 Canton. South ' 2 Alliance 2 Canton Timken 3 'Alliance West,,Branch , ,, 3 Boys Ten nis Season Record 21-11 BOYS TENNIS ' ff1' - - " if ' ' , Z e Pvt' X " 'I I' 1 I ,,.,-. 3 'Ti V? 4 , v . n u, ,,5 ', p-. 'x 1 O . x 'l . 'I v 1 1 1 ' - I V I 1 . 1 1 I 1 1 1 I . . ,,, xg' IU-Uk ny: ' -- of Q ., V' -J" ' - Y , 5- I 44 4 fl' nog? x FQ: .fnf 1' -nm, - Q. ' LL.. t- - ,, '?.i"A y1',i.i'. Q!-I -Ja. -- - . -A - K, V, 414 ifftcflfffiff'-' a - Opposite page Front row Ll. to Rt.: D. Wert, K Zumbar B Crimes .l WIBSC C Dorman 2nd Row P Lalll T Grayblll Coach Utterback C Howard J Plnlllps Opposite pugeg Tim Crayblll Top Left Tlm Grayb1ll8z Pete Lalll Top Rl T Nell Bottom left Rick Rlley Bottom Rt Doug 25.55 u f 128 0 REVIEWIGIRLS TRACK The girls' track team had a sat- isfying season with a record of 5-4. The team managed to set new records this season. Lucy Fitzelle., as a Freshman, ran the mile at 5:35 pace to beat the old record of 6:06, Anita Jorney set the 880 record at 2:29 to break the old of 2:36. Rose Johnson broke both the 100 and 220 yard dash records running the 100 in 11.5 seconds and the 220 in 28.7. Other running events to set records were the 440 relay team, and the 880 relay team. In field events, Ruhy Nicholson leaped l6'5" in the long jump to break the old mark of 15'l1"', while Nancy Buttermore high jumped 5'2" beating the old record of 4'10". Rhonda Defin- baugh crushed her old record in the shot put of 38'4" when she threw 41'7". Five people advanced to the districts which was the most ever to compete from A.H.S. Rhonda Defin- baugh, throwing shot placed 4th. Rose Johnson advanced in both the 100, placing 6th, and in the 220, placing 5th. Others to go to the districts were Ruby Nicholson in the 220, Anita .lorney in the 880, and Lucy Fit- zelle in the mile. Rhonda De- finbaugh, for the second time advanced to the state meet plac- ing 10th in the shot put. Rose Johnson also advanced to the state meet and placed 8th in the 100. AHS Girls, Track 1978-79 Record - 5-4 Alliance Opponent Massillon 64 46 Salem 54 38V2 Ma rlington 54 49V2 Minerva 60 ll Central Catholic 60 71 Perry 35V2 62 Jackson 35V2 41V2 Louisville 54 56 West Branch 71 39 MU! !.Lw6f J. Ai Wiifff "Far xi-lv JN .saw- - , x "J I, su .J J 4. A ,H Lf i , rl 3 -1. 1A 4 A, I p 'Q ,f I. quo wld S -IWNAGPY ' "'-QT x .,. A A -'-M51 'raw Aw ,frm -s . r 130 0 REVIEWXGIRLS SWIMMING GIRLS SW MM NG GIRLS RECORDS 200 yd. Medly Relay - 2:01.73 - L. Britton, A. Kelly, M. Sticker, Schaper - 1979, 160 yd. Medly Relay - 1:34.57 - L. Britton, A. Kelly, P. DeVall, M. Sticker - 1979, 200 yd. Frees- tyle - 2:09.8 - M. Emanuelson - 1978, 200 yd. I.M. - 2:25.9 - P. DeVall - 1979, 160 yd. I.M. - 1:54.22 - P. DeVall - 1979, 50 yd. Freestyle - 26.05 M. Sticker - 1979, Diving - 2:05.05 - A. Kelly - 1979, 100 yd. Butterfly - 1:04.0 - P. DeVall - 1979, 100 yd. Frees- tyle - 56.7 - M. Sticker - 1979, 50 yd. Freestyle - 5:38.1 - P. DeVall - 1979, 100 yd. Backstroke - 1:08, 96 - P. DeVall - 1979, 100 yd. Breas- troke - 1:19.9 - A. Kelly - 1978, 400 yd. Free Relay - 3:58 - P. Schaper, G. Jellison, M. Emanuelson, M. Sticker - 1978, L. Britton, A. Kelly, P. Schaper, M. Sticker, qualified for state in the 200 yd. Medly Relay while M. Sticker also qualified in the 50 and 100 yd. Free Styles. Scores Alliance 57 25 Wooster Alliance 108 68 Liberty Alliance 108 66 Hubbard Alliance 119 63 Timken Alliance 41 42 Hudson Alliance 70 102 Kent Alliance 87 85 Jackson Alliance 117 53 McKinley Alliance 46 37 N. Canton Alliance 113 56 Perry Alliance 28 55 Glenoak Alliance 58 25 Warren Harding Alliance 41 42 Massillon The girls swim team en ded their second season with a record of 11-4. 5 This page top: Michelle Sticker splashes to yet another victory Bottom: Coach Lear gives Allison Kelly pointers on her upcoming dive. Opposite page, Top Left, Row one - L. Bell, L. Britton, J. Eynon, P. DeVall, P. Cabassa, T. Rus- sell, A. Sallyards. Row Two - L. Thomas, L. Furry, A. Shollenberger, P. Schaper, M. Sticker, A. Kelly, B. Bowman, S. Lantta, S. Card, S. Goldman, L. Willis, Row Three - Coach Lcar, S. Hunt. Middle Left: Lady Fish cheering section. Bottom Left: Laura Britton Cin lane threel leads off for state qualifying medley relay team at Ohio State Varsity pool in Col- umbus. Bottom Right: Tracy Russell Hopes for the best. REVIEWXGIRLS SWIMMING 0 131 -Q-.I SQL 'L 132 0 REVIEWITRACK This year's varsity track started off with two consecutive duel meet losses to Glenoak and Boardmen respectively, But from that point on everything ran well for AHS. The high note started off with a triangular meet with Canton McKinley Q49ptsj and Warren Harding Q27 ptsj, leaving the Aviators shine in first place with 181 ptsj. The next meet was a triangular meet with Walsh 14-4V2 ptsl and North Canton Q23 ptsj, which also left AHS in first place with 9lV2 pts. The last duel meet was against Marlington. The aviators pounded the Dukes 89 to 38. Relay meets netted AHS 3 out of 4 victories. Alliance placed first in the Austintown Fitch relay with a total of 107 pts, out of nine teams. At the North Canton relays Alliance came in first out of 12 teams. This was the fourth year in a row that Al- liance High School won the Canton Relay. Firsts' were taken by Cory Fraraccio in the 880 in 159.8 and Oliver Scott in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 40.3 seconds the next first place for Alliance High School was held in Salem with six teams. Individual firsts at Salem in- cluded a long jump relay of Jeff Hawkins, Kevin Lewis and Ron Frankling a four mile relay of John Anderson, Cory Frarac- cio, Marty Goldman, and Craig Henry. The Shuttle hurtle team included Jerry Latimore, Barry Holmes, Cory Fraraccio, and Oliver Scott. A two mile relay of Cory Fraraccio, Marty Goldman, Bruce Nordquest and John Anderson placed first, while an 880 relay team of Larry Brush, Neil Rogers, Ivan Kirksey and Larry Latimore also finished first. In the sec- tional Kevin Louis placed sec- ond with ajump of 22 feet 9 and three fourths inches. At the state meet in Columbus, Kevin Louis placed fourth with a jump of 21 feet ll and one half inches. The only school record broke this year was by Cory Fraraccio in the 880 with a time of 1:58.7 BOY TRACK , "HI .eu.if'i'- Varsity Track from bottom left to rightg A. Jackson, V. Harrington, G. Nichols, B. Boehm, D. Kinard, S. Hirvela, C. Davis, C. Lalli, J. Kile, R. Siminella, T. Adrich. 2nd rowg M. Lowe, M. Goldman, B. Slutz, M. Zaleski, K. Petti, W. Rodgers, B. Streza, J. Hawkins, T. Kirksey, A. Howell, T. Curtis, J. Russell, C. Henry. 3rd row: J. Anderson, C. Fraraccio, B. Norquest, I. Kirksey, B. Holmes, 0. Scott, K. Louis, S. Tolle, T. Hupp, R. Summers, D. Graph, R. Franklin. Bottom, Tom Hupp concentrating before his throw in the shot put. ' MQ -4-kwa. .u.-.m-.- I Nw -.WJ .,,.-.- Vfi? 5.4 J. . f ., , NLE! , , X I 4.X'ef,.v X ' -. . AJ... -Ana .- i-. .:.. 1, ? if-L I . t' 5 V 1 if nel' ' 5. 51. "- tm- .IVF PJ, Jr H 5?T1 . E 1 I I T 4. , JM, LQ - X 6 .- fy - ' f l A rl H' ' " xugillk 1 ' Q s Ewws- . .iw , ,M ' ""'f"' TW , J f .5 .. " . 'if -ig, .4 f?"---Vg. X r '75, 41' x L -I. '-fm 'u 191.4 , I li' flu , .inf J S f ' 1 . I. its' ' ...x . V-'uw-'f NJ- -J- JJ .9l"'f ' '.:' f.-13,5- . .,,, ' .ff .1 ,R ig . il! A 5. at 72,w,,?,. ae, ex 0, F1 fc , F", 'QFQ W' V X H. 3 ," x ' l -...Y ws- . M , . 5 s Q-Vfffvl -.-.... ., . K pf- , .4 ..,1 ,,. 4 --.. rl - If N 5- A I - ' X , Q 4- . I I F -1 1 ' 'W' by A ,,. 5' 1- -,M , Cdl ' , 14 'LL' dj J 'W REVIEWXTRACK 0 135 D . b 'r LJ 1-f'f,m.., j if-v-'fb ,f Hug., -. ik: Opposite page top leftg Cory Fraraccio leading the 880 yd run with Craig Henry sneaking up from the back. Opp. pg. bottom: David Ashley landing the 100 yard High Hurdles. Upper leftg Bob Slutz at the discus throwg Top Rt. Rich Horton about to clear the twelve foot markg Bottomg Cory Fraraccio winnning first and Bruce Norquist placing third at a local Invitational. 136 0 REVlEW!SPORTS BANQUETS GIRLS At the fall sports ban- quet, coach Crawford awarded Vivian Pan- sino with the MVP award, and awarded Kim Rogers with the highest percentage of wins. The most im- proved award went to Lucy Fitzelle. TENNIS Coach Clegg gave the MVP award to Andy Howell, the most imf proved to Marty Goldman, and the most underrated award to Jerry Mur- phy. COUNTRY GOLF Golf awards went to Steve Goodwin for MVP, Joe Baker re- ceived the Best putter award, and Bruce Brandon was awarded most improved. The WHBC MVP award went to Roy Phillabaum and the team MVP award went to Oliver Scott. Lou Cironi received the best defense award with Bob Slutz getting best offensive and defensive line- man. Offensive back went to Oliver Scott and defensive back went to Roy Phil- labaum. FOOTR LL At the winter sports banquet, Mr. Rodi awarded Rick Horton fstate championj, the MVP award, Most take down award H215 and the most pins award 1201. Frank DeLeon got the fastest pin trophy Q18 sec.J, and Tony Moore received the Spirit Award. Larry Nichols received the most improved trophy. WRESTLING Coach Lear awarded the following: MVP went to John Caskey as well as the Coaches Award. Rusty Morri- son received the most improved award. SWIMMING REVIEIWSPORTS BANQUETS 0 137 The MVP Award went to Benzetta Metcalf, Anita Jorney received the Best Defense award, Nancy But- termore got the "Best Toledan award and Susie King received Best offensive player award. Varsity Basketball saw Kevin Gaffney receive the MVP award, Juan Stewart the Best Defense award, and Clay Brown received the most assist award. GIRL BOYS BA KETBALL BASKETBALL Baseball awards, MVP went to Ron Flenniken, Roy Phil- labaum received the best defensive player award, Mike Dhayer won the pitching award, Herb Trainer got the Hustle award and Jeff Grewe, Ron Flenniken, and Mike Dhayer got the All Diamond Conference Award. Girls swimming awards went to Michelle Sticker for MVP, Bonnie Bow- man got most im- proved, and the coaches award went to Peg Devall and Al- lison Kelly. 1 x to GIRL BASEBALL SWIMMING BOYS TRACK Boys Track awards went to Kevin Louis for most improved 14th in State Long Jumpjg MVP award went to Bob Slutz for field work and Cory Fraraccio for trackg the most points award went to Cory Frarac- cio. BOYS TENNIS The MVP Award went to Tim Graybill, most im- proved is Chuck Lalli, and the most winning percent award went to Jeff Phillips and Joe Buck. GIRLS TRACK THE MVP Award went to R. Definbaugh, A. Jorney, and R. Johnson. Most im- proved is N. Buttermoreg Spirit Award to K. Han- len, and Coach Award to C. Kline. 138 0 REVIEWXRALLIES I . , Li-.2 t -V V .34 i ,, A 'R al Upper leftg Confetti hits the floor, Upper rightg Amy Bates and Kathy Sailorg Aboveg The cheerleaders pile on and Lower Right: Mr. Green. fu. via., " -, Xyrx A 6 .5 I F N, ff Y at ,J-'h ... ' ' vhun .1 Www 051912 J!-d ,Wg .xZ,,X- UDE LIFE - . gpg' T 49 ,ff thy, Jus? -NX !Sf1,. A .9-2.14, S 1' 1. 4' .n - 5, wif ,,,, 'Of?5 H.:-v Q,. Q- x X ' 0 KA KQK ?. 'J Je- r W' 140 0 REVIEWXNEWS Short Lived Fads? The Law Catches up with .H.S. Disco kept the beat in the '78-'79 years as America laughed with funnyman Steve Martin, and saw such big box office hits as Animal House, Grease, Up In Smoke, Magic, and Lord of the Rings. Popularity of the movie '5Animal House" occupied the television networks with shows such as Brother's and Sister's, and Delta House, all stemming from one actor, the incredible John Belushi. But the Animal House '6craze" didn't stop there. Soon the ancient Roman garment, the toga, was reborn with astonishing suc- cess. Schools across the country launched toga parties, reliving college antics of the early 60's. In fact, with the movies "Grease" and "Animal House", it seemed we were looking back to the days gone by to recreate fads from a previous genera- tion., as we had none to call our own. Our own ideas of fads were H01 involved with the act of doing things., but rather through a more materialistic sense, that of self display through fashion. Double and tri- ple pierced ears, and curly tops caught on with girls as well as some of the guys. Concert T-shirts and those sporting mes- sages and advertisements also swept the buyer's market, as everyone had some- thing to say, or a feeling to convey about themselves. Although they never really caught on. Disco gained great popularity, as the public was finally convinced that it was not a short lived fad, when numerous musical groups sprang up catering exclu- sively to disco music, as did designers tailoring new styles, accenting on the "trim look". One radical designer even came up with the idea of disco shoes for women, nothing new, except for the fact that the high heel shoes had a transparent base, containing within multi-colored lights flashing to the beat of the music. Steve Martin continued his newly found success as one of the nations top comedians. Mork and Mindy shared the spotlight with Mash as a favorite televi- sion show, and a musical duo dubbed the "Blues Brothers" took there music quite seriously as their twin hits "Soul Man" and "Rubber Biscuit" gained recognition at the top of the charts from their LP, "Briefcase Full of Blues." Inflation continued to be a major threat to our economy, as rising gas ra- tioning forced many to indulge in the sports of walking, jogging, and non- jogging, and the latter which was always vogue. Alliance High School offered a minilaw program for students this past year. "Family Court" was the subject of this week long course. The sponsors of this course were Alliance Lawyers. The teacher Coordinator was Joseph Zelasko. He was very pleased with the turnout, and hopes to sponsor future courses. These to- pics will include consumer law and criminal law. The guest speakers for the program were Hunter, Richard Lolli, William Shetler, John Thomas, David Lundgren, Robert Lavery, D. Stephens Stone and Municipal Court Judge John Gwin. Other area schools have expressed an interest in this mini-law program. n 1. Joe Alfani PA REVIEWXNEWS 0 141 After sixteen years All-American Conference comes to an END. The All-American Football Conference, long considered one of the finest high school leagues in the state, was voted out of existence by its members in March, effective at the end of the 1979 season. Organized in 1963, charter members included, Massillon Washington, Canton McKinley, Warren Harding and Niles McKinley. Steubenville was added in 1966 and Alliance joined in 1968. While the conference was to bring together the best football teams in the state, recent seasons proved difficult for league teams making state playoffs, which were instituted in 1972. Massillon appeared in the playoffs, in 1972 but lost to Cincinnati Princeton 17-14. It was the only appearance of the Orange and Black Tigers. Warren Harding appeared in the play-offs in 1974 and won the state championship, beating Cincinnati Moeller 20-10 and Upper Arlington 41-8. Canton McKinley made the playoffs in 1977 and beat Cleveland St. Joseph 13-8 before losing to two-time defending champ Moeller 14-2 in the final. While failing to place state championship teams under the playoff system, which uses a computer formula to evaluate the difficulty of a teams schedule, All-American Conference teams found winning state titles easy under the old system of selecting champions by a poll of state Broadcasters and sports writers. Out of 32 Associated Press polls Cbetween 1947 and 19781, Massillon won 13 titles fall but one prior to the start of the computer play off systemlg Canton McKinley, two, Niles McKinley, two, Warren Harding and Alliance, one. Perhaps because of the need to play a tougher schedule in order to make the playoffs, or because of an inability to win with tougher schedules, Massillon did not make the playoffs after 1972. In 1978 the Ti ers finished the season with a 9 0 1 record but finished ninth in their region. Coach Mike Currence, 1 g - ' ' stating that the reason his Tigers did not make the playoffs was that league teams were not winning enough games in order to give Massillon enough computer points, led a drive to leave the league. After several months of debate, the league members voted to discontinue the All-American Conference after 1979. Guyana The week of November 13 was a night- mare for many. Between 900 and 1000 bodies were the victims of a mass suicide by poison. This mass suicide was headed by an American religious cultist named Rev. James Jones. About 1,100 Americans had been reported living in the People's Temple settlement at Jonestown, in Northern Guyana. Congressman Loe .l. Ryan, newsmen, aids, and relatives went to Guyana to in- vestigate the group. The congressman was killed by a shotgun, along with three newsmen and one of the settlements de- fectors. The next day was the beginning of the massive suicides and bursts of semi- automatic weapons. Some members of the cult were said to have fled to the jungle. Many questions have been left unanswered concerning this incident in Guyana. The bodies of men, women and children were flown back to the United States for identification and burial. 142 0 REVIEWXNEWS TESFTUBEIMEHT The culimination of twelve years of research and experimentation resulted in the birth of a British girl believed to be the world's first test-tube baby. Dr. Patrick Steptoe, one of Britain's lead- ing gynecologists and physiologist Robert Edwards achieved this major breakthrough with a minor variation of the technique they had been developing for twelve years. The baby, nine days premature, was delivered at 11:47 p.m. on Tuesday July 25, 1978, in Oldham, England. The par- ents are 30 year-old Lesley Brown and Gilbert John Brown, a 38 year-old truck driver. A hospital spokesman re- ported that the mother was "over the moon with joy." However, many people are split on this issue. Some argue that mankind must be protected from modern sci- ence, as it is possible for malfunctions to occur with this process. Others see the creation of human life in a test-tube as one of sciences greatest accomplish- ments, ieg the gift of life. ACADEMIC CHALLE GE The Alliance Rotary Club sponsored a competition game, similar to the tele- vision show, Academic Challenge for six area schools. The competitors were: West Branch, Alliance High, St. Thomas Aquinas, Minerva., Sebring, and Marlington. The questions dealt with History, Math, English, and trivia. Competing for Alliance, were, Scott Bell, John Essinger, and team captain, Leigh Ann Thomas. The alternates were Ray Winn and Chuck Lalli. The team was coached and advised by Social Studies teacher, Mr. Seavy, and Mrs. McCallum, English Department teach- er. The Academic Challenge game was held in the Alliance High School Audi- torium, with a large audience present. West Branch was named the winning team and received money towards a scholarship for one of their students, and a trophy. Alliance came in a close second. HEATHWSCOHQ BREAK On February 5 between 5:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. a heating coil unit broke in the home economic room. The leak was discovered around 6:30 and was undier control about 5-7 minutes after being discov- ere . , Because of the leaks, approximately 70 to 80 gal- lons of heating fluid was lost. The amount of dam- age was negligable. It is possible in this type of heat- ing system for one leak to drain the whole system of 25,000 gallons of fluid if not remedied. The same day leaks occurred in other places throughout the building but were under control soon after being noticed. Luckily for the students there was no need to close the school because of this incident. During the second year the High School was open problems with the heating system also occurred. Since that time the problem has been traced to a defective coil unit. Unfortunately, the company which manufactured the heating unit does not manufacture them anymore. ' ima? Front Row: Scott Bell and Leigh Ann Thomas. Back Row: Chuck Lalli, Mr. Seacy, Ray Winn, McCallum, John Essinger. . .uf 4 L vw H ip i"'9'?' X ' f:..c. ' '.. . J " ., ..4-., . .,,, N.. , REVIEWINEWS 0 143 FRISBEE ASSEMBLY The frisbee performers brought some twenty frisbees and used silicone spray as a lubricant for the tricky spin moves that they used in their performance. Their frisbees range from .97 grams to 16.5 grams and from approximately 3 inches in diameter to 18 inches. Tom Wingo has been the Texas State Champ for 3 years. Like a "Black Belt" in Karate, he is ranked L'World Class." Tom won third in the state in frisbee golf and second in national frisbee golf. He was invited to participate in the Rose Bowl Tournament in which the competition of frisbee throwing will be between twenty countries. Tom, in the summer works for Copper- tone, the suntan people. They are his , sponsers for many competitions. Harvey Brandt, the other demonstrator is a mas- ter frisbee artist. This was his first frisbee - tour. Harvey is also a professional photo- grapher. ,,-.., THE O-GO SHOE This ad brought you the last four pages of news. 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N..i' 146 0 REVlEWfHOMECOMING Homecoming Homecoming was held the week of October 8th and had the theme Over the Rainbow Homecoming week ac t1v1t1es consisted of a bonfire at the Youth Center, a pep rally, a Frlday night football game against Warren Hardlng, QAHS lost 16 OJ, and a Sat the Homecoming ueen took place at half time with last year s queen, Peggy Schopfer, passlng the crown to Lisa Baler October 14th saw everyone gather at the High School cafeteria for the dance Tunes were provided by "Ruckus Chairman for the Homecoming Committee was Rick Riley . ,, . - urday night dance. The crowning of . . Q , '99 ' Middle leftg The queen and her court. Left to right, Sophomore attendant Kim Rogers, Senior attendant Donna Doringo, queen Lisa Baier, Junior attendant Lynn Pinkerton, Freshman attendant Pat Cabassa. Top rightg The crowning ofthe queen Lisa Baier. Left to right Lynn Pinkerton, past queen Peggy Schopfer, Donna Doringo. Bottom Rightg Scott Bell and Donna Doringo. Opposite pageg Top left, queen Lisa Baier. Bottom, Kevin Louis and Cindy Latimore, Dave Needham and Sue Kirk dancing at Homecoming. 'r . f KY .x',, 1 .R," " x .l Q'-'T f'JFF,?,?.'T- 'S - - Q 'Qin ki Ax if ii QM' A I SL! the-ggi. 'A ,Q :if 'A Q. .. iQ.1'i-K-ll I I N ' - W. ' -l' ' Hi 2 ' " ..l X F, I ' - 1 Nw ' I gil. N l. V - O . ' ,M fi 148 Q REVIEWJPLAY Fall production You Can't Take it With You CAST OF CHARACTERS A Carrie Pippericlge -,Terri Bates q Juli-e Jordan -- Jaequie Clymore Mrs. Mullin - Krystin Buckey Billy Bigelow -- John Ebert Policeman -- Cecil Seabolt David Bascombe - Bill Safkowe Nettie Fowler f-Lisa" Teodor' ' L 5 -AOGir1f- Mary Soltys , . , Enoch Snow -e Greg Lauer L ' V Jigger Craigifn, -- Tim Reynolds- . .Captain Pat Sarver C fiStal:l:eeper fDoctor Seldonl -v Skip Martin l.-fzQL611isee- L01'i,PYerSi ' . ' . iff Enoch' SHOW Jr. Cecil- Seaholt' ilfrineipal.-.Jeff -Gantze . . ' 'WL- -- -'-HH-' S . f -x Lauer, J. Porter, K. Visey. S. Martin. Above middleg D. Pele. Upper riglllg A. Bates. flfireiibldptiijiiarif--Vspfopegsndhgfjiii?di'st13ib1110d'..:With S C. Sarver. 3rd row: L. Teodor, R. Spears, P. Sarver, T. Culp, M. Weisse, page upper leftg D. Pele, C. Phillips. upper righlg S. Martin, L. Pyers. vm il 4"' " W' 7 " 'ii fW'lj ,, "QEJ Mwll ' - -' ,V l"W-QU MW-if X. sw- w fi ' , ww -N ' '- wwwfm-P1"! 1- .ww W " O W' W X , , f -1 J. . .. . Nw, y.--X f .. v .cf M ,sw V "Yoli'iC'hn'ie Tiike 'lt' Wfith Yoiivfis an .0V8l'1lllgjiirYllfll i'ii onefof' like .xnostQuninhihited.. families inf orpoiipgofl . Stage.. p1emeIy'.iivrepr55si-ble. eak:h1q11e"goeS',his' own way, -. in tile: siiviiib' 1h9'iSf3lioll1gT1JurSuii1g. his own pet diyeri' hdmemadffl-Qwiy, fimwo'rkS'-.rare'.mf1n'1ffscf111if??15.'i11-:Qif mhd iA1ce1.1dr.g Jaifrdei 'i'Bi5C-S-fl19Cw"'i1l'l'i-,dS'lNl3fl fwhiif do? . . iAftef-ea11,e-ymggca iff -1'., ' VV fp, , ,:.v.3. p V . V, ,X.. .. , V 1 4 a v wx'-my , . .. . 9 ,,. . . fm ..... ' w-1- il , , M- H Q 3 ' ' Q .. 1 ' '. 'QV-2i':L -J--gif'-3 ' 'f.l1'1E.. -. ' , .'5i32f-L' 7 if " ..-.Fi :S+ ?P4-P, . , L -"" ,- 'Z 3 .4412 - . ww 1- . 1-J: . x .js f f-". p shot, opposite pugeg Front row: S. Wamsley, L. Held, A. Bates, K. Nole, ,m.'wj1g1 M l X . . . " , i '- -,- f, 4-,-'M S, ,-V. "-- w,w,jW,,-13 Seubolt. 2nd rowg L. Pycrs, C. Phillips, C. Buckey, S. Martin, J. Clymore, D. Wi' 231+ " Lai ' 1 " ' 51,5if.ITi'.i-.325fglggfl f.:.f,' ,. 1 .. Y' 'f .- -1 f '.-J., 1 r - , :nf ' ' ., pi,-5 : . IJJJVIWV HVVV J ILSJMUSICAL Carousel, a Rodgers and Hammerstein produc- tion, was presented by Alliance High School March 16th and 17th under the direction of Mr. Kantor. Talking part in the actual Cast were 40 to 50 stu- dents. The story centered around a carnival barker, Billy Bigelow, played by John Ebert, who fell in love with the beautiful Julie Jorden, played by Jaquie Clymore. Finding his income inadequate, Billy turned to crime, but was killed while commit- ting a robbery. The plot thickened after he arrived in heaven and was not admitted. There, Billy was given a second chance to return to earth and view his wife and lovely daughter, whom he had never seen. However, during his second change, he re- mained invisible to those around him. Rogers and Hamerstein provided for a happy ending as Billy was finally admitted through the pearly gates as he proved himself worthy by showing his love for his wife and daughter. The orchestra was under the direction of Mr. Zurakowski. CAST: Terri Bates, Jacquie Clymore, John Ebert, Greg Lauer, Krystin Buckey, Cecil Seavolt, Bill Safkow, Lisa Toodor, Mary Soltys, Tim Reynolds, Pat Sarver, Skip Martin, Lori Pyers, Jeff Cantz. Chorus members, carnival troupe, production staff, orchestra, and committees. CAROUSEL l 'Q .. . . , f , 4, ffgjf .,-7 , 1 X x 1 1 9 X . X , w f x f J 1 1 . ww ', '.' V, V 'f,f Y-N ' ,.f X rf, W . .N ,I , 11- , W , .-I 0' :On lm, on . V. '? sa-:M Xe I 'A wi ,xr REVIEWXBLOOD DAY I 153 i .-n - 67' Q x "G, Ng-v LTC? .Q 'V 5.5 Q I . ,ix V N, J 4' , Q, Sl FN LNJ The senior class of 1979 kept the tradition started by the seniors of 1974, by sponsoring an Annual Senior Blood Day. Each year the senior class has increased the total amount of pints of blood collected. The final number collected this year was 219 pints, which beats last years record of 204 pints. The Exective committee consisted of the senior class officers, Rick Riley, Paula Schaper, Brenda Day, Sue Kirk They were assisted by the General Co Chairman, Pam Scala, and John Ebert Head ing the Escort Committee was Joanne Merkl Canteen Terri Bates, Registration, John Caskey and Marty Goldman and Typing Kathy McDaniel They were assisted by the Red Cross, volunteer Nurses, seniors who worked on com mlttees, and the students, teachers and people of the community who donated blood . u . I 0 .S 5 ' . . 5 . a 45 ' Opposite page, Tom Zeni, right, Chris Kline, aboveg Louis Cirom 154 0 REVIEWICANDIDS '- Y-fx in ,gg -v- vz ' , WWW 1 H-H' ,sigma 1 ,A Y I 1 REVIEWXCANDIDS 0 155 Opposite page, upper left, the Great Lakes Band at the Promg lower lett, Doina Blend dance in the Musicalg top middle., Powderpuff football team captain, Sue Kirk, Lower Right, Chuck Lolli goes up as Steve Stoffer readies to catch the pole. This page, top middle, John Wiese does some locker room grooming, bottom left, dealer Chris Hopper shows a card to Ciareg Burtenet and his date Sue Specht, while Glen McClung look on I romj. .-.. Ol X D-1 ggx Nui, as . w. 1 ,fm fr Y.' 3: 5 1 -1 rt ,N pi' 9 'n 'X 4: I wp -Q,-. ...' X v,.a,,Y if if' REVIEWICANDIDS 0 157 .A Left, Freshman, Pat Heddleston. Above, left, Abe Lincoln. Below, right, Pam Scaia giving her un-bias opinion. 158 RE VIE WXCANDIDS DDQ I-4b-ll-I DDQ 77? 444 DUO if r "YQ "3 T n'Fr-' .-v. -' -ily ' 'T ' . A .f' 1. 'U I 4-n-.m v- ,- f f s i 5 's g-..., , gg . f. , 1 iv, .I .avg ' u N f'!'.'3:Qi' V - .n f f -5 - C' 'GL I 1 Y, 2: . 4 "' In ,Q I ,, N. Y . , .1 , . 1 5 su- .C ' Q? 1 A r . I V,, H. 13. .N U vf. 1. u 4133- .1 1 'S fi.-r 'Y 160 0 RE VIE WXPROM If , ---- --JY-Tr-far - V. mn-1-fu' I PPV K-ff' N U, ,.r"f.'F T. , -.gi 3.2 H b .gilirvn - - I kwa . 2 94-'lux N 4 ft'V'cL0 - - ' .A , W xl :L - - ii my we-X I 7, V ,- Q 1 Q l N 'gl dai' .9 1 qc ! , -og-:,. H K, ,1 .y e , K 1 15 V 2: -QB 1gif5,v533,5' 5g!Qf'i"F ?f as-ply ' A 1 'A gt fa: '--'SM Pa . Q . ' r . 'VW -FZ 1 :fi 1 .5 new .1 r V Q' fi .EULA Y A L REVIEWXPROM 0 161 Opp. page, far left: The Great Lakes Band, Opp. page, top right: Jeff Fortner and Kaia Synnestvedt, opp. page, bottom right: Sandra Furgiurle and Kathy Schrechengost, left: Michelle Sticker, below: Lori Sams and Richard Smith. Juniors and Seniors rode aboard riverboat "The Lucky Lady" at the Prom on May 5th. Music was pro- vided by The Great Lakes Band. The bandstand resembled the front of a ship, including a balcony. Guests en- joyed dancing, refreshments and games of chance. Upon entering each guest was given 39,000, in play money. They could spend their "loot" on casino games such as black jack, craps, and roulette. Passengers aboard the Lucky Lady were also given the chance to purchase raffle tickets for a .,-- "real" television set and a radio, win- ml' ners were Jim Trainer and Linda Wanye, respectively. The Prom was a success because of the cooperation and hours of work by the committee workers and the junior advisers, Mr. Brunner and Miss Torok. BOYS AND GIRLS INTRAIVIURAL VOLLEYBA E ,4-e-1 Girls volleyball champsg Row 1, L. Pinkerton V Pansmo H Bow den, B. Davis. Row 2, L. Harsh, D. Cironl M Webster A Weimer GIRLS VOLLEYBALL During the 1978-79 Intra- mural volleyball season, there were two teams that qualified for the champi- onship game. The two teams involved were Little Kings and Seigrem 7, who were both strong contenders. These two teams played the best out of three games, with Little Kings winning the Championship. On the whole, girls volleyball was successful, and fun for all involved. L, AIVIURAL VOLLEYBALL BOYS AND GIRLS INTRAIVIURAL VOLLEYBALL .nik 1,-.0 G 4 . G1 y ' y rf. , - , . ,J K. Zumber. Row 2, R. Riley, J. Essinger, B. Amelung, D. Wert. , D. M . B0 sinlramuralvolle ballclmm ns' Rowl R Flennikcn S Bell .Ailes, I I present Gore Boys volleyball runners up, Row l, .l. Russell, C. Parlontlerl. Row 2, J. Borton. Row 3, G. Nichols, K. Gaffney, T. Graybill. Not l l Boys volleyball champs for 1978-79 were 6'0ff" and the runners-up were Rico's. These teams played there final championship game with much enthusiasm. En- thusiasm from both the teams themselves and from the stu- dents of A.H.S. at a special in school rally. Off took the title at this rally. 164 0 REVIEWIINTRAMURALS Boys lntramural Basketball ff Boys basketball champs, First row, left to right: B. fDadJ Hawkins, O. flcej Scott. Second row, left to right: B. fwindexj Banks, C. fExecut1ouerD Miller, G. fFunkablej Sampson, K. 1Coach Gaffj Gaffney, A. Qskinnerj Williamson, M. lMr. Wigglesj Miller. What is an intramural athlete? The in- tramural athlete, alias pseudosportster, is one who plays and practices without try- ing to win one of those nifty letters for his or her jacket. A classic example of an in- tramural athlete is the guy who gets on a basketball team because he likes the name Kareem. Consider the girl who thinks a quarterback is what you get when you buy 75 cents worth of cookies with a dollar bill. However, the intramural player has a dream. After sitting through three show- ings of Rocky, he drinks raw eggs for breakfast, and throws up. The girl who has always wanted to impress the guys with her graceful, quarterbacking skills signs up for powderpuff football only to find herself across the line from Godzilla's mother. Such is the life ofthe pseudosportster. N R dy Boys basketball runners-up, E. Dixon, H. Trainer, R. Lilly, Z. Burke, S. Pittman, J. Hawkins D.C. Brown. REVIEWXINTRAMURALS 0 165 e, N: v' X 'i' RMBKU- T 1 ,wa vw r.mSNMM1,5gg 2 Ev WM W Row lg S. Wamsley, A. Bates, D. Russell, M. Popovich., K. Thomas, L. Polinori, C. Duro, L. Aldridge. Row 23 B. Teal, L. Sandake, M. Parlontieri, M. Schlemmer, B. Hull, M. Wagoner, S. Carlson., C. Thomas. Row 33 K. Baxter, B. Markley, J. Rovder, C. Haynes, A. Stone, S. Zarrilla, B. Gonci, C. Long, L. Frnraccio, C. Anderson, M. Cibulus, L. Harsh. 166 0 REVIEWXEXCHANGE STUDENTS if ,S Qff EXCHANGE STUDENTS AQ. ffl X V ami' V on-QOUS-A 14155 ME' ,M AROTARY Our outgolng and lncommg exchange s u dents are 1 Szrkku Lantta Kouvola Fmdland Host famllles Robert Sticker famlly Charles Eynon famlly 2 Tlm Bendelch Brlsbane Austraha Host famxlles Douglas W'ert famlly Donald Schaper fam1ly 3 Greg Campbell Pletermarlzburg So rxca Esmond Fogle famlly Evan Jones famlly Arnold Hlrvela fanuly 4 Conme Nichols AHS student VlSltlIlg m Venezula 5 Mona Jungersten Gothemburg Sweden Host family R A Zurakowskl family 6 Gaboucho Eguaz POPIOVICJO Equador Host famllles Lynn Heldreth famlly Franclsco DeLeon famlly 7 Ed Blssler AHS student vlsltmg m Tas mama Australia . . . I - . : , ' . : ' , ' 3 : ' ' , . Af- Host families: . : , . : ' ' , 9 ,,.-.1 . 1-'K .9 XX. 168 o REVIEWICANDIDS XJ 'gill kg, .f 1 , F , 1 f. ', .l 'Y ,nn W, , .7 'T-ee . .. - ,, vw 51 . fit' ' Mt, W W V. . : 1 .11-A . 1 alfa' , wi ffl bww. Wi! IF ml 3 uf f'-x REVIEWXCANDIDS 0 169 i .r md'f nl- 19" femme so .wr M, 'Z' K ffm: i5 ..,. 3 , - "V i f'I FMU' gffiffif' fn .. - wht- , Lf - ' 12 -2, , Haiti SI.: - .I F ,' "i'j. 2 t iiifgy.. . " " .I-'?w,". ' ,,n.'Lg Era fig if I un 'Qsha'-'+ ' 5 ra .' as-A" Q -J'.l'v w . . - 3 W U! 5 l l A-A 5 ,K , i J F5 be 71'l 3-1155! M , if 12.1 l it iaaa V4 2 -' 4 ISI ' ' ' ' ' " i""1E Opposite page upper left: Mrs. Kirk, one of 30 A.H.S. teachers to take part in the CPR program at Alliance City Hospital. Opposite page bottom: Sophomore, D. Cironi studies emphatically in class. Above center: An A.H.S. Junior picks up her class rmg. This pageg Left: Kim Roclgers.Above: Lisa Polinori models in a fashion show sponsored by Home Eco- nomics club. 1 70 0 RE VIEWXCANDIDS 'll S li 'ui Top: Kevin Zumbar, Ralph Regula and Scott Bell enjoy a windy day in Wash. D.C. left: Doug Delap, funknownj, and Rusty Morrison relax in the Student Lounge Area. right: Tim McGurren, alias Mr. Styx. ' Opposite page: upper left, L. Pigg receives an award for orchestra. right, A. Beltz and friends get together between classes. D. Kerns, T. Moore, and R. Lewis. 31' RE VIE WXCANDIDS 0 1 71 .sung u- 1 i . m -JV 39.9-I 1 s 172 0 RE VIE WXCANDIDS , is ...E z gg 5-ilu N ,Rik 'jx tryflhe 505 K. ,X .LQ .MX .i ir luck at the Prom. X 5 L' L. Ev' .LW 4. x K K Gina Gainor 1 3'J . dull: 'Whnnllua--....1.. .. , E Leslie Peloso. I -XV 4 f , .. - L- !, b . ,QLP-1' , Kuceyes epares for a ong-d ' elmanent. I ' .1 ' ' -J: Znhf... 54.12 RE VIEWXCANDIDS I 1 73 MN. 174 0 REVIEWICANDIDS .R M , , .A3',Q.-ii.Fi1 T-ea ,-X. .V :Q CAN I Kristy Pu REVIEWICANDIDS 0 175 , ui 7- 4: SUR? " , . Q i-- YY,,,,, 1 . , . -T' e' ' ii I Q I , ,QA . 5 Q Mr. Seavy retires . . . for the weekend. 1.. -,. . - N - ., '-1 .I-. .. . 1,55 , Vi? H A 5 . T5 .UG li. A 1 1 76 0 REVIEIWCANDIDS E41-ii-mf ,gfx xX SX iq Q1...iu- RE VIEWXCANDIDS 01 77 Opposite page top rightg Bill Cade spoting while Dana Melnert looks on. Bottomleftg Laura Pigg Playing the electric keyboard. Eotfm Right: John Green cuddling up to a good oo . This page top leftg Mike Hobbs. Middle rightg Steve Holt rappin-it-down. Bottomg Bill Stanley checking out the amps on his T.V. It -.ll .LAX ,--..,g 178 0 REVIEWICANDIDS Rightg Mr. Fails emphasizing a point. Bottom Rt., Underclass photographer focused on Barb Ram- see. Below Lt., Rock Zinkhon works with clay in Art. Circled is Tuba player L. Coins. r'-ir-h .t N., N. X ig. i Ks.- x N 'Q -Q Q----11: ,X X N L ' 'xt x-.4--' i 4 , , .J !ff'f5 ul 4 ' P-id mv'-Wigv "!J1.f ', 1 . i Q81 ,,,. . :r,.,, -I . ge, ,, - gr- . . ,f , .. .,, I irq .px p 1, . X .V W U 5- , I. 0. H v UCDQY4 up f 4? -iw ' CLUBS 81 ORGANIZATIGNS mmm, X- ,, . N , QMREVIEW I CLUBS 'ww' ,,, 1 4, Q, , 4:1 V-1 i mu pl M Y W v' X , XA, xxx A X v , X WRITING . .I .I if ',-, U ' T 395 ' "2 f - 'Z-il A T.: . "Q ' gf . T15 ' 'R I l ' 7: 0' -" if 32553 W' 6623615 2 -1 my img 1 f 13 f-3, . --X '?3 1 M? . 5151, Eb 1 1 " J' Front row, left to right, L us 2 b -if -2.-X :avi x K 1-. wipfy 'LH' 4,4 LXN 'v Edgar., J. Clymore, K H' - If ' wwf: 'R-xt' - Max f - -+ 3,4 Buckey, S. MCGIFF. Row 2 ' V X W Mrs.. Kuhaneck, S. Bell, J wifi gi Esslnger, T. Zenl, B .W f ' if Amelung, D. Ashley. if jql fi? I! , 7. W , .V 'y xxgxx 1 13,1 .arm X M :T -9. - J -.Y-' R K g if 1 53 1 -N I ff 2: 2313 Ehilj .N f- . E A A A . uw-A QQAJQQL fgiklf- 5:f:3'w . V Q. , ...Qi -, all-155, , mg , REVIEIWCLUBS 0 181 Front row, left to right: C. Polinori, J. Wolfe, T. Coshorn, S. Fleck, J. Williamson, S. Brown, T. Arbogat. Row 2, P. bweitzer, S. Nagle, M. West, T. Moore, K. Gaffney, I. Kirksey, O. Scott. Row 3, .l. Rastelter, M. Mohr, J. Crowe, D. Feess. Commercial Art is a vocational program for those juniors and sc- niors who are interested in learn- ing basic art skill areas. Students can learn the art of making lay- outs, cartooning, sign painting, and fashion illustrations. For those interested in becoming an advertising agent, greeting card artist, or cartoon artist this class is recommended. This years main project was the designing of Christmas cards which were dis- tributed to elderly patients at the Alliance Health Center. il uh .-t . ,V "QR-Qi'l:-,-.A . cyffzrsgrli 4 W .'-mr ,i. , .I TMA , .. A-.. ' S!" .gg f t .. Q .7 "-"'1-'-1-1.5.2, 'f::,U:. , ,, , --4 .- --...,,, -,- . 182 0 REVIEWXCLUBS ff, l . ,iv O WELDING I V1.7 Junior Welders developed skills in arc and acetylene welding-from simple to com- plex. Items built included wood stoves, tool boxes and a steel rack for the shop bench press. Activities for the year in- cluded participation in safety projects and the purchasing of Club jackets. rn:-:Wild Front row, left to right, D. Bryant, . Williamson, D. Heuer, J. Moore., . Poole. Row 2, R. Carter., B. Smith, Kirkpatrick. Row 3, H. DeLong, . Fisher, E. Teppert, W. Lilsch, T. Mob- ley, J. Ringer, A. Clark. REVIEiWlCLUBi? ,-:ll . . .I www 5,,....: -, Te, , 1 ' 4,'l..L-A,g '4-"2-E. :5 52537 -. , ' 5 ' if A A Q' g . ' W 1-1.1 -1. . 3 - ' el , ... - 6 1 . 4-X ,K , D 34 1, J' .6 - Y .dt gx ,uv 7'9" .. vt ,..,.4,. . L' ' f' I ' 9 . ' X 4. it M wt The year was very productive 'mxs for Senior Welders. Students were trained in Oxy-acetylene, f Electric arcs, and Tungsten arc welding. Seniors repaired such ' items as sweepers, mixers, and lawn mowers. Items built dur- ing the year included wood burning stoves, boat anchors, Bar B. grills, tool boxes, and mail boxes. Seniors also I VY learned how to read blue prints, advanced math and spe- cial welding techniques. Placement for jobs came to 65'Zv with the average starting pay being 4.87 per hour. , 0 Front row, left to right, C. Stieb, D. Gaume, L. Mohr, T. Bode. Row 2, S. Helscl, Mr. Ryan. K. Schell, J. lVlcMus ters, T. Moore, D. Hines. Not shown, D Kibblcr, K. Peterson, C. McClellan, C Sines. 184 . R13IZlElW1CLUBSQfl ,.X. 4. .Avy X ., , .LM 1 .. X ......,,.. My . .ww N, ' vnnvilnulivviy I N2 f 4.ky4i.U XW. , Ax K. N 4 W A. fu W www' Front row, left to right, L. Antram, B. Col- lins, B. Buckler, J. Wilton, R. Henry, B. Stuchell. Row 2, M. Didick., G. Miller, R. Barker, K. Faugnight, L. Ringelhan, G. Ware, K. Sukosd. Row 3, J. Boz, D. Hoff N. Rogers, P. Schmucker. V. Wittenbrook T. Green., B. Stockli, K. Mudrick, Mr. Ar- bogast. ww l 9 REVIEWICLUBS 0 'wi is MACHINE V9fif:ADi5fs II Front row, left to right, R. Carpenter, W Mummery, J. Sedi, S. McGeehen, C. Read R. Baeorn. Row 2, C. Cook, J. Calvin, D Russell., B. King, B. Biddle, Mr. Yost, J Miller, R. Dean, M. Lemaster, B. Bunch. 186 O REVIEWXCLUBS -, ai w-I 11 Drafting I The Junior Drafting Class kept busy this year with many activities, the highlight being a trip to the Timken Roller Bearing Company in Canton. ln- cluded throughout the year were several lunc- heon meetings, one of which was held in conjun- tion with an egg drop project. ln this project ju- niors made containers of paper string and glue which were to protect an egg when dropped from the top of the First National Bank. The making of this container was part of the course of study in- volving intersections and developments. Front row, left to right, D. Schott, M. Davis, M. Shonk. Row 2, M. Ailing, R. Hall, L Turkson, D. Buhn. Row 3, Mr. Bert, T Frank, D. Callina, S. Miller, D. Wzlreliain. 1 K I L' 2 vi A -F' X, is -i iu-.. fi. sr WJ' W REVIEW! CLUBS 0 187 ,U .- I wx 'Ax "" gi- ,. . , :Q..g1-1. - . X , . t .- t g'-t' at X 9. an 5 .4 -. -Q X 'N..,f' Neg' Front Row Ll. to Rt.g Tom Ruth, Aphanzo Pugh, Keith Johnson, Dave Kuhn, Crystal Teppert. Back Rowg Bill Boyd, Rick Pertcrson, Craig Hoops, Dave Kolm, Mr. Smith. Be- lowg Mr. Smith, Keith Johnson and Craig Hoops. DRAFTING II Drafting Seniors spent their time drawing geometric constructions, welding drawings, and architectural drawings. Also included in their work was the abil- ity to calculate algebra, trigonometry, volumes, and weights. Activities of the Seniors included a trip to the Timken Roller Bearing Company, a Christmas dinner, and a surveying trip for an Architectural Field Survey. Through the year there was involve- ment with the Junior Drafters and their egg drop project. yu J, ws JREnV1EW7CLtUBS T ,W vwt ,MXN will -- tt s.- R. "5 Nl 1 'nk x ,xl Wwlm ,v,,t,f.g'... In 1 , - N . W. eg, ..,. if 3 , L - L.. ',.-J7-'vr 'T .' me ' ll.-X: , 5 -. 1 ral' ' ,. .si A-uw tt. t N l,,'.... tm. we ' rr 'LJ X37 1 l This year the Junior Elec- tronics class learned such items as basic electronics, vacuuln tube circuitry, trans- istor technology and radio theory. To raise money M8zM's were sold as the class project. Trips included going out to eat at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Front row, left to right, S. Chunko, L. Schubert, G. Legros, M. Hanna, S. Earl, D. Heestancl, M. Florea, R. Madison. Row 2, B. Hurford, Mr. Greene, D. Phlieger, J. Wharmby, E. Hartshorne. f.. A x .. wt, W ts, A W DNN ft 'fb .4. 9 I . gt I -4 ,X I Q. X 4 ?:.A 5 y , . 4' REVIEWICLUBS 0 189 ELECTRONICS II 'AQ l Y W9 495 VII 1' '7- 2 2.0 1 '..'5 ,-,Jn f U 1 UI .. i sl The Senior Electronic class kept busy this year in school and away from school. Field trips were taken to the Elks Club, Walkers and to Cleve- land for F.C.C. Exams at which everyone received a 3rd class license. In school, the seniors designed and built an amplifier for the intercom between the stage and the booth. Front row, left to right, M. Tucker, B. Stanley, J. Reisch., J. Gazia, S. Legros. Row 2, Mr. Yoho, J. Tasehwer, G. Perselle, D. Hobbs, D. Wharmby, J. Wilcox, P. Lane. "" .I I Front row, left to right, B. Ott J. Cabassa, R. Fernandez, T Slyvester, J. Rothbrust. Row 2 B. Havlin, J. Bayo, D. Riebald B. Sherwood, J. Miller., D. Mil- ler, J. Linam, T. West. Row 3 R. Edenfield, B. Gansloin, M Kramer, B. Robson, B. Brant S. Phillips. 15, iff E . 1 , f J tj N . 1 REVIEWICLUBS I 191 45 'fa 1 .,y... - - -t.- -f .- 4,-' . 1,,r. v'-.u. .-1 - . .- f-V Front row, left to right, M. Blymiller, R. Miller, R. McCutcheon. Row 2, E. Bur- rier, C. Smith, J. Reeder, R. Shefelton, B. Stuckey, Mr. Pul- -. gf- .,. F'-Q-1 X 1 AUTO MECHANICS II lium. -44" -tx... .1- ,-,. ,,. f . qw , R, ,, ,L , 2:55 'i . 'L 22.1 A 2' ' , .. xy-z.. ri l5?'f?5 " t X- , . r.- TT - f., -. J., -asf. , ,X , A fl J 19246 JRE VIEWICL UBS l lll r ll ' .. . . ",.-f"1..l.N'-Q l L, I Q s .+L , lv ll I'yQ X 4 A X ,A 4. W 4 Nw 1 4 1 P X at 4 X l Front row, left to right, J. Clark, B. Melts, D. Moore, R. Mulinix, D. 'Q Tournoux. Row 2, Mr. Moore, D. Miller, J. Gang, J- Falcone, S. Hut- QH. macher, J. Frase., C. Pozzifoz. AUTO BODY I X ,- REVIEWXCLUBS AUTO BODY II 11X rv fs... V .-1-1'P?'3" ks., lyx if? Front row, left to right, T. Miller, K. M Mindling, J. Haldeman, K. Sellers, B. Cassetty. Row 2, Mr. Campitelli, M. Mudrick, D. Kinnarcl, D. Cor- nett, T. O'Neill, T. McGurren. In the photo at Left, Mr. Campitelli con- gratulates Don Cornett who placed second in a state wide competition held in Columbus, Ohio. Don placed ' second in the State Auto Competi- tion. 194 o REVIEWICLUBS N.. X 4 xwflh- lsr Front row, left to right, C. Ailing, P. Church, C. McClain, J. Reber, C. Luwlis, C. Reed. Row 2, R. Beckett, V. Mohr, T. McGuire, T. Ohman, R. Juillerat, K, Bolton, D. Parke, L. Schenk. Row 3, J. Slabaugh, B. Milliron, J. Grabowski, H. Walker, P. Stillion, M. Rathbrust, C. Huey, Mrs. Worden. COSMETOLOGY I fhx it . l Cosmetology I raised money for the year by holding a candy sale project through the school and community. Students became hosts to various high school classes for Cosmetology services. A field trip was taken for business in- ventory and supplies. Students also par- ticipated in the Manikin-styling Con- tests. .REYlEWfCLU3.5l' CGSMETOLOGY II Front row, left to right, T. Fowler, M. Brady L Harris D Hoo es T Re , . , . p . - agan, M. Montgomery. Row 2, ,Miss Es- way, J. Kataro, C. Butlermore, P. Sieg fried, B. Gross, T. Reber. Row 3, C Freed, L. Albrich, R. Clapper, A. Gray C. Sutter, D. Galbraith. Y' .ut l"1 'lull ". NL' 'fi if -ho' ,Y '11 ,- , I vs '14 C 1 M 196 1x??EV1EWfCLU3S 2'3- ,fgxx , rw 1X Front row, left to right, Mr. Blackstone, C. Miller, C. Buchanan, T. Micketti, S. Smith, A. Stanley, B. Jewell, K. Close, H. Trainer. Row 2, T. Binion, P. Kuntzman, G. Schueller, P. Dobson, J. Burke. Row 3, M. Miller, F. Deleon, C. Stieb, A. Hawkins. 15,1 lf- ., ' xg.. ' ,,. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - .r . REVIEWXCLUBS 0 197 63 -Qu CHILD CARE Front row, left to right, S Nichols, T. Ailing, J. Shonk, H Sherrill, T. Mastrantonio. Row 2 L. Dean, S. Bendee, D. Ray, W Johnson, D. Carter. Row 3, Mrs Kirk, K. Carter, J. Springer. 198 I REVIEWXCLUBS . 1' , l the I - mmf' ITM Front row, left to right, T. Harlan, M Turner, C. Heller, L. Kleinhans, J. Mosier Row 2, B. Kovach, C. Moore, L. Hill, B Kerr., Mr. Hupp. Row 3, D. Amabeli, T Hupp, Jr., M. Anstine. REVIEWICLUBS no 1199 jr 'is Front row, left to right., D. Phillippi, C. Stl ffler A Tc Jert C Collins S Stein 'y , . pl , . , . - weinder, D. Leedy, M. Carter, J. Alfani, L. Patterson, R. Zigler. Row 2, R. Scott, R. Frenfein. Row 3, Mr. Claflin, M. Olis, J. Jenkins, M. Dreger, G. Burr, S. Rubertson, B. Biddel, T. Baxter, D. Burr. Photographed at Rightg Angel Teppert. QDQDQD W X TELECOMMUNICATIONS 1? -.1931 L',,1 ' - 'V . f.::,:'4 ew.-..REV1EWfcLUBS "M 1 X A flak Bs' x 4 A r-I U' , , A ,B ,L as EL3Q,,ff-ii :ll ,,. l I Q Q 5' Q 'L , . V' Front row, left to , X K ,I ggi, ig ,. if right, R. Pierce, S. L- , L. 4 l Creenamyer, Mr. Vargo, '..,j" ' ,yi U' .N U Q R. Powe., L. Young, S. 2 If-f V A ' I Green. Row 2, R. Jar- N I 1, 5 r imvziyvvu man, J. Kriner. W if . N' 4 . 'c'j. ...Ipit i . ,H X , I gs l 4 1. .X I '34, mug, Front row, left to right, B. Kidd, K. Thomas, R. Millberry, R. Summers T. Ziegler, B. Boehm Row 2, G. Thomas, M Avery, J. Csik, L. Haw- N kins, M. Hancox, C Brown, L. Wagner, S Heaton. RS IO N JU L Y UD ST lRE.V1EWfcL2UBsfif201 A. w ,, mm, w' mv w,,,d'-vwwwww H E""",,-21"vff'ww!wb'g'w"w"M w'w"-N,Y"'x"yw X x Mm . Q., pi. W .gv" D 'its 2 ix , N awww, N1 "V ,Q-. Y i sn " "hi xi l PIC. ELA... W H , :Nl ' N "2 2. .Q?v',w'bW-cw A WWW , ,. Front row, left to right., C. Harrington, M. ii Kertel, T. Phillips, S. Hatcher IV. Row 2, V. Artino, G. Virdon, C. Lawson, K. Curry, ' C. Freeman, G. Hill, B. Porter, T. Rogers. .,. Q Wj. 1, I L . A Q PY YWH1 IMMWWW ,uw w ,UQ um., M 202 Q REVIEWICLUBS, A7 -,. I 0.E. CLERK TYPIST I l.0.E. Clerk Typist held a car wash to start off the year. Several students participated in the Region 8 O.A.E. Conference in Akron also at the beginning of the year. A field trip was taken to Nationwide Insurance in Canton, Ohio. A Bowl-a-Thon and Lifesaverw lollipop sale were held to raise money. A Christmas exchange was held and students also met together for a luncheon. R' I N. ,ff I 4 -'-fa., Front row, left to right, L. Miller, S Dalesundro, B. Morrison. Row 2, R. Wal born, J. Thatcher, R. Meiring, S. Zmuda, L Essinger, T. Lawson. Row 3, Mrs. Walton, ,I Douglas, C. Radsick, K. Burley, J. Hartzell C. Bicshel. T. Snyder. Missing, K. Snyder. --5 fi X Al iili l ". g ,411- N. - i hir!--4 REVIEW!CL UBS' 0 203 Front row, left to right, T. Rogers, A. Wul- son, B. Cruhtrce, S. Shriver. Row 2, T. Johnson, D. Bacon, J. Jordan, L. Wayne, V. Johnson, V. Nichols, Mrs. Carr. E.-in-A 'J M21 .J NJ 'YH -A I, ff is M f ' .1 I.O.E. 'Clerk Typist II Senior I.O.E. Clerk Typist started the year off by holding an Open House for parents., teachers, and students to demonstrate their Apex office simula- tion. Over 80 people attended this event. Seniors interviewed office workers during the year to learn what office skills are needed. Baby showers were held for D. Roesti, D. Bingham, M. Moff., and V. Nichols. Outside events included a trip to Cedar Point, a Christmas party at Pizza Hut, and an awards party at the home of J. Jordan. 204 6 REVIEHWCEUBSL 2' 63 xnf gn! -1 4 In I STEN0 I The class of I.O.E. Steno learned such items as advanced typing, bookkeeping and business law, and fundamentals of Shorthand I. In October four representatives were sent to the regional meeting in Akron. Students participated in a bowl-a-thon for the Special Olympics. To raise money, candy bars were sold. Special trips in- cluded a tour of the main office of the Nation- wide Insurance Agency in Canton. D. Kuntzman photographed at right. Front row, left to right, T. Benedetti, D Kuntzman, S. Bandy, D. Thomas, A. Gentry C. Cemberling, K. Schrcckengost. Row 2 Miss Chapman, D. Lilly, M. Ring, A. McCo wen, H. Mastera, L. Tatsch, M. Ray, L. Lee ",., lREVIElW1CEUBSWl?U5 ' f'.lZff Front row, o right, S Mrs. Brumhaugh, C. Hall, K. Burnip, S. Bycrafl, S. Harris, anslein. Row 3, S. Miller, D. Eckert, D. Schafer, T. Withrow, M. Holt, C. Anderson. Row 4, L. Kerr, B. Spurgeon. M. Hull fp? I.O.E. Steno II kept their fingers busy by typing li items for Clubs and Community Organizations. Several representatives were sent to skill contests. Students raised money by selling key chains and h t-s irts. Other activities included getting together for a brunch, a lunch., listening to speakers and H' films, and a field trip to B Sz W Research Center. II I: 206 0 REVIEWICLUBS VI I , I I I :I 1: I 5 III Illlir Front row, left to right, R. Flenniken. T. Mason. S. Sarver. S. Kirk. S Jones, J. Merki, B. Day. C. Thomas. K. Huge, L. Teotlnr, L. McCallum l... Wallace, D. Dreger. V. Pansino, C. Slryffeler. Row 2, J. Brienza, S. Rich, M. Mundy, S. Mccirr, J. Weimer, K. Synnestvedt, L. Murphy, C Kline, T. Goshorn, L. Harsh, N. Aheregg, B. Stone, B. Bowman, L Haier. Row 3, D. Schafer, W. Emanuelson, K. Courtney. J. Former, B Amelung. L. Thomas, A. Kelly, P. Schaper, M. Wiese, J. Clymore, K. Buckcy. C. Tschappalt. B. Packey, B. Stanley. P. Rodefer, B. Gunci NATIO L I-I0 OR SOCIETY ' in 'rt - --has Row 4, S. Essinpter, J. Ebert. ll. Nlchncrt. J. Vick, S. Bell, J. Ailes, M. Coldmun. A. Sllollenherger, K. lumber, C. Lulli, P. Lnlli, R. Hoon, J. Virden, K. Carpenter, ll. Urzo. C. Henry. National Honor Society gives the student a chance to be rec- ognized scholastically as well as the chance to talk and meet with other fellow achievers. Two induction ceremonies were held this year. One in the fall for Seniors and another in the spring for Juniors and Se- niors. Following each of these ceremonies a tea was held for new inductees and their par- ents. Activities included run- ning coat checks at basketball games, and a picnic for mem- bers at which future officers were named. REVIEWXCL UBS 0 207 'IS ,QQ Q3 -letra' ' A,-. T 1 Upper photo: front row, lc-ft to right, C. Tschappatt. J. Fortner, P. Lalli. Row 2, J. Russell, D. Mchnert. Upper right photo: front row, left to right, C. Lalli, B. lVlcDuniel. Row 2, C. Brown, N. Calderone. BOY STATERS GIRL STATERS Lower photo: front row, left to right. B. Gnnci, B. Blosser, J. Porter. Row 2, M. We-ist-, K. Stryffler. Lower right photo: front row, left to right, N. Abcregg, 5. King, D. Drager, C. Flenniken. Buckeye Girls, and Boys' State is a week long, comprehensive study of our state, county, and local gov- ernments. Government officials were elected and by the third day of the week, all were performing some elective or appointive duty in each city, county, or state level. Also during the week several guest speakers from all different levels of the government, ranging from a city school board member to Governor Rhodesvspoke. Following the elec- tion of the Governor, a Governor's Ball was held, with high officials in the American Legion as guest speakers. GIRL ALTERNATES ,208 REVIE WIRAB 'V' L Wa ,5-F" Mike Dregor, Editor Iwxxsf The Red and Blue became, for the first time, totally a student news-magazine. Writing, photog- raphy, printing and composing were all done entirely within the school by students. Cwith some help from faculty members . . . naturallyj Original ideas were the out- standing feature of the publica- tion, as is evident by this two-page spread. Kwon for best idea for a group shotj Editor for the year was Mike Dregar, News Editor - Tom Zeni, Features Editor -- Shari Steinwender, Sports Edi- tors - Craig Henry and John An- derson, Managing Editor - Lisa Murphy, and Photography Editor - Ben Favazzo. ,x I 4 v v 1 L: 'E ,214 A ,fg- I r ' .I I E. .. ., I ' gif ,Da I Y. jimi. X .3 911 5 ..-. rfif? R. MF ,. , Avg A X w M' I 5 , 1 W :ff Q R A B SFI' I IOC1. 1075 RIB F0013 10 X 2 5 f ,X lb I' X 3 8 J 1 5,3 -221 ."ffi f' R f 955 ... E:-:Q ' M ,Q .-A' E' ,f EL , ' 'rfb ..-.-. , ,, F ,ff , ,-.,,., , ,wavgmgz - 1... 3- , ,L v .. 1? M 3, H 'f7'i'1ff'L1 E W A N .7 I 4 if' 11 Q Y ' , M -V L-. f11Ugrys5,,v5gfv1 V3 W3 iv N ,ff 1 1 ,7- L-f GV. ff' ' s ,4- - ,W H J 5 If . X ' 2 w------'-M ' I',' , ' "AT xifihi, - 1 ' -1 i l A r .-. wxtw N 'I -ivy, - :L JJ ' A I , .4 k"1:'5""56 'g'1f!g,, . 7' N , A X W W, M Wm? rw rwmmowy X Mm ,, J, w Lw1'Uxwwg5WHm1W cw M-"' NW x ,, ,X m w QW F - .- - I' L 1 .- - 1' lg! .. x W1 . .-- rf-,IH-:,H1, '-T mg? "Lp: 1, V X xx , 1- X , 1. ,.. .- A z" fax gi 'ew 'iw 4 w W,-f f, Wx -- 51 ,HJ , MB N ,. QM ' M my v 11 , Vi 'MQW f fJ A LMQ'?a-gigglwgw wmilgwiwggf Twzkhvwlfl .W W J!M M New M may ,I , wiki!!! M . w,,,, fxw A A A ,MM-mi , ' N, g WP vm N N rm, V r A Y L W "" v CM,,,,7 . f N N M ww 11, M, t - fi wwy3uvMY5wi iw A--' flmigwm WMM H'-wx W: W V xv EQ: x., WW'-Maw ffxx iw ?WMM?WW: gwdwgmmwsi gw,'a,axg!ngSwXw5fTg mr wx WZ 210 .NREVIEWICLUBS Front row, left to right., S. Arkenbrugh, D. Eby, S. Slimak, D. Harp. Row 2, L. Nichols, R. Severance., C. Brunner. .81 BRUSH Front row, left to right, N. Nicholson, J. Rus- sell, D. Daily., V. Bon- fert, T. Toussant. Row 2, R. Oyster, M. Porin- chak, T. Zwick, W. Porter, J. Graebing, T. Baker, D. Fording, K. Hahlen, E. Stone, L. Mac-Dougall, S. Marazza, K. Godsey, C. Turner, R. Carli. DCYT--N it xqanlzya 'Swv j- f RJ , J M REVIEWYCIQUBS o 211 Front row, left to right R. Summers, K. Thom- as, B. Boehm, K Thomas, V. Polloch Row 2, T. Zreyler, M Hancox, B. Kidd, C Brown, T. Howell, C Brown, S. Jackson Row 3, Miss Twymar, T. Horner, M. Avery, T. Howell, J. Lambert, J. Csik, S. Heaton, G. Nuzum, L. Hawkins, Miss Yurick. YACHIEVEMENT CLUB "-i G'-934, Front row, left to right B. Brandon, K. zinkl hon, C. Thomas., J Emery, L. Harsh, C. Lalli, R. Jones. Row 2, Mrs. Lockett, K. Car- penter, B. Amelung, J. Ailes, D. Mehnert, C. H. Hammerton. Row 3, Henry, M. Mopei, Mr B. Orzo, M. Goldman. SCIENCE CLUB . - 212 Blue Dom is a theatri- cal club in which stu- dents can become more acquainted with theat- rical productions and participate in some of these productions. Ac- tivities for the 78-79 year included a trip to the Kent State Stark Player's performance of L'Pippin," and silk- screening t-shirts with the name "Carousel" printed on the front. Two tryouts were held during the year produc- ing a total of 15 new members. Front row, left to right, Mr. Kantor, M. Wiese, K. Hoge, K. Buckey, C. Lauer, R. Noll., W. Emanuelson. Row 2, K. Clymore, J. Clymore. Row 3, T. Reynolds, L. Teodor, J. Ebert, D. Graf, B. Brandon, V. Wasson, K. Vesey. Row 4, C. Seabolt, L. Pyers, G. Sarver, HP. Sarver, I.S. Mar- UII. v A W v v Thespians is a select group of students who have had at least 100 stage hours. Activities included cleaning up scenery items, printing '5Carousel" on t-shirts, and assisting in pub- licizing and auditioning for "You Can't Take It With You" and "Carousel." Seventeen new members were in- ducted into the AHS Chapter of Interna- tional Thespian Society and the first annual drama awards presenta- tion was held this year. D-4 , cn s J . 11 , , J 'ww mv", Front row, left to right, 'WMWWQE M. Wagoner, K. Hoge, fy N L. McCallum, T. Bates, - 5 Y' W. Emanuelson. Row W, ,.. 2, D. Eby, B. Safkow, J. f ff L Virden, G. Lauer, G. ' Kuhaneck, M. Popo- ., vioh, M. Parlontieri. D 1 .oeo Row 3, F. Kemp, T. q J N, Reynolds, R. Meek, J. Ebert, L. Phillipi, L. . - - , Pyers, Mr. Hisey. J A M. :FH W ,La . ,Wifi . 0' , W , MM? m ..1w.w.M J.. Ewrmwglig W' nw it 1 Y 4 4J.JWWM?M,x?'HlaWHW f Q xt Wt ww Hbqflwwzll f w x w 0 'MmEWSfA53gf'WM"W W. ay. X- Q.-.Mg 4 1 ' ' Front row, left to right, - J A. Matthys, D. Mehnert, B. Amelung, J. Ailes, S. '1' so . .Ki Mg! Bell, T. Lalli. Row 2, IW Mr. Utterback, A. Tolle, D. Summers, R. Ashley, T. Graybill, J. Russell, . Q y. S. Hutmacher, K. Sim- . A mons. Row 3, C. Henry, J. Admonius, C. Frarac- cio, C. llialli, 0. Gold- man, . Cade, J. uf Anderson, A. Howell, D. Wm. Row 4, J. Mur- A A phy. 2 W U . Www? A 1 1 ' vw " Wwwv -'fx A M M.. ls-rw 2 ' I 5 Y g1gi3 REVIEWfCLUBs X BW w N . . I v . ',.'- ... . " . ' ,. , f, --gfefi-1 -4 ' .f 1 Front row, left to right, L. Schenk, B. Lee, C. Murphy, C. Beadles, M. Paletti, S. Mohr, D. Gaume. Row 2, C. Haynes, S. Carlson, D. Castel- lucci, C. Heur, Mrs. Carli. PEPSTERS PEP CLUB Front row, left to right, B. McCloskey, B. Crabtree, A. Wat- son, A. Orr, D. Doringo, L. Wayne. . 215 H, H W .- W -N 1- H, f M .. .... .,,...,,.,, . Mg . ,, W ww" rv' rv v 4-5 .W "m Front row, left to right, T. Zeni, M Hobbs, C. Tschappatt, D. Ashley, G Nichols, J. Russell, R. Winn, B Brandon, M. Kinnard, G. Kidder D. Graf. Row 2, J. McCallum, J Heckman, C. Hopper, K. Sheetz, T Graybill, A. Wert., J. Former, B Amelung, M. Barnhouse, J. Webster .l. Admonius, F. Bernard, E. Hol- land, C. Fraraccio. Row 3, M. Leeman, J. Ebert, P. Ames, R. Noll, R. Spears, P. Lalli, B. Fogle, S. Isaac, R. Boon, B. McLaughlin, S. Shimp, Mr. Austin. Row 4, S. May, J. Wiese, J. Harrison, J. Vick, D. Wert, J. Ailes, M. Hodo, M. Goldman, J. Borton, K. Zumber, S. Bell, B. Holmes, B.Grimes, M. Dhayer, R. Jones, K. Carpenter, C. Henry. 9' ln llli V' 5 IVV! 1 y f T7 J .VY lil? tllla Elifiliwiam' l ll l Q lfl ll 1 l T tgllilgqisglg l,!'1-0 Front row, left to right, D. Eby, J. Russell, C. Seabolt, A. Zucchero, K. Synnestvedt, K. Hoge, L. Teodor, C. Edgar, L. McCallum, J. McCallum, L. Thomas, J. Heckman, T. Noll. Row 2, J. Greene, I... Congelio, L. Kline, C. Kline, H. Williams, J. Kandel, C. Heuer, D. Roose, S. Rosenberger, C. Beadler, J. Porter, J. Rovder, S. Lantta, M. Goldman, M. Wiesc. Row 3, J. Jones, Mrs. Williams, C. Hopper, E. Henry, J. Fortner, L. Hurford, A. Crimes, N. Chardenet, C. Peloso, P. Hahn,J. Barker, S. Rich, W. Emanuelson, D. Kiel, K. Thomas, P. Slifkin, L. Baker, S. Roose, Mrs. Mundy.Row 4, D. Mehnert, A. Wert, T. Reynolds, J. Vick, J. Essinger II, A. Miller, S. Magee, S. McGirr, B. Amelung, S. Ailes, J. Clymore, K. Buckey, G. Sarver, C. Jackson, A. Weimer, D. Castellucci, J. Maxwell, Mrs. Draggett, K. Vesey. Row 5, J. Ebert, P. Lalli, D. Wert, S. Bell, J. Ailes, H. Spears, G. Lauer, S. Polen, R. Boon, M. Soltys, A. Amelung, J. Harrison, J. Wiese, J. Vick, B. Fogle, K. Carpenter, R. Winn. ' FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB Foreign Language Club is an organiza- tion in which students can learn more about foreign countries and their ways of life, outside the classroon. Speakers through the year included Mrs. Dorothea McCoy on Japan, Krystin Buckey on Sweden, Sirkku Tantta on Finland, Penny Kee, Jenn Weimer, and Jeff Heckman on France, Greg Cambell on South Africa, and Dave Graf on Brazil. Special events included a Christmas Party, the Mardi Gras, and an International Dinner. 217 Front row, left to right, A. Wert L. Borin M. 1 ga Huntsman, L. Con- gelio, M. Johnson, R. Russell, S. McConnell. Row 2, D. Castellucci, T. Newshutz, C. Haynes, T. Jordan, S. Slimak, L. Celmini, S. Pittman, B. Simanella, Row 3, M. Roiff, C. Beadles, B. Goshern, L. Bell, K. Courtney, J. Latimore, O. Scott. Row 4, B. Nordquist, M. Leeman, R. Pow, J. Crewe, S. Hume, K. Gaffney, T. Reynolds, R. Jones, G. Burtnett, T. Teal, W. Beatty. If you are one of those people who like to let out your gripes or suggestions of im- provement for Alliance High School, and be heard, being part of the Student Faculty Board will allow you to do this. As the name indi- cates, this group allows students and faculty to communicate better without creating any hassles. Topics discus- sed this year included the promotion of safety, improvement of pep rallies and school spirit, and the need to have more recognition for scholastic and ath- letic achievers. L..-.U 218 6 REVIEWICLUBS If you like being in the theatrical atmosphere but were afraid of acting in front of others of if you just enjoy the electronics involved with these types of programs, stagecrew is the group to join. Stage- crew activities included preparing programs, re- pairing lights and equip- ment, and running light and sound effects for a multitude of programs. Some of the larger pro- grams at which stagecrew handicraft could be viewed included Com- munity Concerts, the Canton Ballet, and the Stark County Disaster As- sembly. Front row,,left to right, J. Taschwer, M. Floreha, G. Persello, J. Gazia. Row 2, J. Wilcox, Legros, D. Hobbs, J. Reischji Di! Wh'arxnby,iiP. 'llanef TuckerQ'Mr. Yoho. Row 3, S:"Stouffer, M. Hanna, R. Madison, B. Stanley-,V L47 1.-1, i The F.T.A. in conjunc- tion with the Student Senate nominated the Teacher of the Year can- didates. The entire stu- dent body then elected Mr. Foust as the "Teacher of the Year." Front row, left to right, W. Emanuelson, L. Johnson, L. Perry, L. Edgar, M. Chen. Row 2, D. Johnson, A. Orr, J. Evans. TAGE CRE L s A IC ER A F S0 ER T S nm nu 5. ra 3 O P' Q: cu CD O E NO ID CA I IN CL S ID A CE I FF 0 Clinic Aids assisted Mrs. McClintock by filing records of incoming and outgoing people this year. Clinic Aids were also re- sponsible for doing small chores such as keeping items clean and tidy. Front row, left to right, J. Franklin, D. Harp, V. Punsino, J. Voytko, L. Mick. Row 2, Miss McClintock, C. Collins, A. Car- roll. Office Aids really got to know every inch of AHS as the delivered informa- tion to teachers and for- gotten items tllat parents brought for students. Other activities included keeping papers filed and handy for usage and tak- ing phone messages. Front row, left to right, D. Mer- rell, L. Sundahl, T. Reagan. Row 2, E. Nitz, L. Wilson, M. Ruff, K. Schreckengost, S. Zarilla, T. Nicholson, P. Hatchen. Row 3, K. Baxter, R. Lewis, L. Teodor, D. Dreger, S. Carlson, K. Pinkerton, B. Oys- ter, J. Trieff, M. Paletti. Row 4, L. Mehnert, Y. Carter, G. Cainor, B. Davis, K. Burley, M. Coldsnow, L. Perry, T. Mason, T. Bates, B. Buck. Row 5, C. Duro, A. Gibbons, C. Taylor, B. Nicholson, S. Crabtree, T. Ro- gers, A. Carroll, G. Anderson, A. Grimes. -s , L, 1 I l Q 0 . - h arswwl ' I . +11 .4 1 . 'V ,... Cl l 1 P ' " ,'f'Z1 -- X ... I. .,. mm Q 5 I V ' l " ' 1 .4 .E- q . .ffg X . ., 5' "ll W 1 , E 1 1 i .Az .A Wwwax n I T T... Xi,-I? "M mm 1' ,.,i,v, .ik W, if'- l l 1 3 K "WW'0ww M 1 W. I lzlltil W nk' ,f?7 1 V. Hr-ji A., Z L.-L' - ns-qppnlu..-V M i fr ' 'fr'-jK5'Q,.,Q.f',:.. .,, e. 4 . .-... ' M' I wwlim X .Nu 220 P . REVIEIWCLUBS WEP' 4.1 3"- ' Front row, left to right, T. Rogers, A. Grimes, Y. Carter, L. Thomas, M. Wiese, L. McCallum, P. Schaper, L. Murphy, D. Dreger. Row 2, S. Wamsley, A. Bates, T. Ziegler, L. Britton, S. Hunt, K. Thomas, M. Parlontari, S. Goldman, N. Aberegg. Row 3, Mr. Morris, B. Brandon, J. Russell, M. Leeman, P. Lalli, S. Bell, S. Hirvela, K. Zumher, L. Polinoir, C. Tschappatt. Ll.. Av. rd M. M l x v . 4 ,WNW N, M l tw 1 Student Senate kept busy this year with many different things. Sponsorships included 4 dele- gates to the Presidential Class- room, the Sweetheart Dance, the Homecoming Dance, and an American Indian Orphan, Tammy Sue Cloud. Other ac- tivities included popping pop- corn for lunch, decorating the Lobby for Christmas and having a Popcorn Eating Contest. This year's advisor's were Mr. Morris and Mrs. Mehler, with P. Schaper as President, L. Murphy as Vice President, S. Bell as Treasurer, and L.A. Thomas as Secretary. . ..... ...... . ,,,,,,, .-pn. , . q . 4. STUDENT SENATE Mary Ann Wiese and Chris Tschappatt. .- REVIEW X BAND 0 221 CQNCERT CONCERT BAND Front row: T. Mason, D. Kiel, Lee Ann Thomas, J. McCammon, K. Clymore, J. Everson, M. Mundy, Row 2: D. Phillipi, L. Furry. M. Wagoner, K. Sponsel- ler, K. Pierson, K. Strong, T. Baycorn, C. Kline, T. Mason, K. Dinsrow, L. Faraceio. Row 3: B. Conci, C. Mastrik, S. Rosenberger, D. Roose, A. Connor, S. Wamsley, K. Sailor, J. Virden, M. Hess, J. Jones, L. Sandle, S. Gard, S. McGirr, D. Kelly, L. Pigg. Row 4: L. Johnson, J. Vick. R. Williams, K. Stryffler, S. Mitchell, A. Jomey, H. Bowden. B. Safcoe, K. Sheets, F. Kemp, T. Bates, T. Reynolds, C. Tschappatt, J. Ebert, D. Peate. Row 5: J. Swarm, D. Eggleston, R. Fredders, J. Bondonie, M. Feller, P. Lalli, L. Goins, C. Feller, Director R. Zurokowski. RESERVE BAND From Row: D. Lawson, J. Jenkins, L. Peloso, L. Phillipi, S. Rouse, B. Baker, L. Cheisten. Row 2: D. Russell, K. Becker, B. Ridgeway, K, Baxlor, N. McPher- son, L. Brady, C. Loy, C. Anderson, A. Triplett, C. Thompson, J. Voytko, D. Vander- kar, J. Hans. Row 3: R. Holloway, P. Ferguson, A. Leath, K. Zinkhon, B. Ramsar, D. Wilson, J. Haidel, D. Johnson, J. Ruggles, L. Willis, L. Pyers, A. Bates, R. Noll, J. Baker, K. Noll, D. Duro, J. Bnndoni. Row 4: Director S. Stroup, L. Dinesie, L. Pinker- ton, J. Toole, C. Harris, H. Bingham, D. Scott, P. Furry, L. Schenk, M. Feller. B. Nicholson. S. Kridler, M. Barnlxouse, M. Hanna, A. Grimes. Row 5: P. McMillian, M. gobhix. T. Abbey, K. Sponseller, M. Furry, S. Shimp, B. Pilmer, S. Isac T. Culp, S. xrve a. A- q.. , - xg... S, ... , f f . .. ,,5:r: 1,1-V 1 ,, A 1 -...- , ' ' 95 '- 0 RESER E BAN 222 0 REVIEWICLUBS A In, The Madrigals are a select group which have been selected, by audition from the Acapella Choir. The Mad- rigals Ensemble rehearses on out of school time at least one and a half hours per week and performs in the school and community many times during the school year. Some of the performances included singing for groups such as the J Cettes, retired teachers, AARP, the Health Center, Rotary, Kiwanis, and for school assemblies such as Christmas and Spring Concerts. At the Solo and Ensem- ble Contest, the group received a Superior Rating and an Excellent Rating. A trip to Cedar Point was planned for June 16. Front row, left to right, K. Sailer, D. Phillipi, B. Bow- man, J. Ebert, S. Kirk, J. Vick, S. Jones. Row 2, D. Peate, C. Latimore, J. Clymore, G. Lauer, L. Teodor, S. Slimak, T. Reynolds. v tical wi N Y ' "i3"MiRi GIRL E SEMBLE 9 g 7 ' 9 McPherson, M. Davis, J. McCul lough, L. Harris, M. Parlantieri, G. Kuhaneck, C. Denaro, J. Votko, S. Custar, D. Ray, C. Antram. Row 2, S. Spall, S. Martino, S. Long, K. Settle, I L. Favazzo, L. Favazzo, K. Thomas, M. Popovich, L. Drue, L. West, J. Fortner, M. Merryman. Row 3, C Beadles, J. Davis, L. Pyers, K. Phil- lips, M. White, E. May, D. Loche, T. Worley, A. Bissler, D. Tanner, C Duro, D. Duro, L. Sandahl. Row 4, Mr. Hisey, D. Haidet, P. Reeder, B. Stoubel, T. Ziegler, R. Meek, .l Gantz, R. Doyle, J. Oesch, D. Bezon J. Haupt, L. Weider, R. Heckman, J Daniels. Front row left to ri ht E Nitz N. I l s ran: a."Tf P ' 4 : D W e iii? 4-sw Ag? REVIEWXCLUBS 0 223 The Girls Ensemble, selected from the Acapella Choir, per- formed at many events. These included the Christmas Concert on December 18th, the Christ- mas Assembly on December 2Ist., the February 17th O.M.E.A. District VIII Solo and Ensemble Contest, where they earned the rating of Excellent, the May 9th Elementary School Assembly, and the May 16th Spring Choir Concert. A trip to Cedar Point was planned for June 16th. Left to right, C. Buckie, G. Cowan, L. Beltramie, L. Penicie., J. Penturf, R. Craven, P. Schaper, L. McCallum, K. Nagle. OPIIO ORE CHOIR t . -1 --..-.......nr.,.ag. THE BAN Majorettes: Left to Right, Sharon McGirr, Marcee Mundy, Jodie Jordan, Kim Strong, Linda Furry, Teresa Benedetti. Row l: Left to Right, Margaret Hill, Laura Pigll, Chris Kline, Jodie Voy- tko, Brenda Buck, Sue Sarver, Sue Harris, Terri Bates, Diane Duro, Dana Van Derkar, Cindy Harris, Lisa Gulling, Brenda Hall, Lori Willis, April Leath, Susie Krider, Sandy Mitchell, Debbie Roose, Robin Holloway. Row 2: Left to Right, Tonji Mason, Jody Mcflammon. Denene Russell, Cheryl Anderson, Karen Baxter., Cathy Loy, Heidi Bowden, Michael Barn- house, Amy Bates, Lynne Pinkerton, Kim Becker, Robin Williams, Mary glfagoner, Jennie Toole, Jennie Jenkins, Ame Grimes, Leslie Peloso, Lisa rady. Row 3, Left to Right, Lori Pyers, Kelly Zinkhon, Melanie Hess, Jonda Ruggles, Shari Rosenberger, Cathy Stryffeler, Angela Connor, Janice Haidet, Gwen Sarver, Claudia Mastrek, Anita Jorney, Brenda Nicholson, Kathy Noll, Shelly Wamsley, .llllie Everson, Gail Thompson, Michelle Ring, Janette Bondoni. Row 4, Left to Right, Lisa Phillipi, Diane Keil, Tamara Mason, Lynn Sandahl, Lory Fraraccio, Kathy Sponseller, Diane Johnson, Suellen Gard, Barbara Baker, Tim Bacorn, Penny Stillion, Jill Baker, Jodie Hons, Bill Safkow, Dan Phillipi, Rob Noll, Mark Hanna, Row 5, Left to Right, Karen Holly, Kim Pierson, Lori Christen, Penny Ferguson, Judy Jones, Barb Ramser, Valerie Wasson, Kathy Sailer, Leigh Ann Thomas, Sonya Kennedy, Barbara Ridgeway, Tonya Johnson, David Klelley, Barb Gonci, Kathie Clymore, Felicia Kemp, Laura Johnson, Ken S eets. Row 6, Left to Right, Paul Furry, David Peate, Jamie Vick, Dave Hobbs, Scott Shimp, Bob Pilmer, Perry McMillin, Lori Danesi, Jeff Swarts, Randy Freeders, Dan Eggleston, Mark Furry. Row 7, Left to Right, James Parker, Tom Culp, Mark Turner, Tim Harlan, Robert Madison, Pat Sarver, Tim Reynolds, Jerry Virden. Candids, Above Lt. Lora Johnson, below Lt. Leon Goines, opp. pg. bot- Lt to Rit Marcee Mund Kim Strong Linda Furry tom, majorettes . y, , Q Teresa Benedetti, with Jodi Jorden in front. opposite page lower Rt., Cindy Harris. .-.--1. ivifc 4 . WAI! E V, F A ' f A' x Xi. 'n usa-zssif l -Q.-.-vw- .-l Mx, . nf 4.1. .vwv-sg pus 1: ncxa 'T' , A ,PL . , Q A-Li ' .1 91.4 nmnzuvzm-4.,s rn. nadiue-.ng...1 1' Z""'lJ-ihxfis '41 YET!! biiRnJ"Q!""'9.'L -01 ns S -,rpg ,. ,, .- .- , 1-A ' 1' W-,.f.'i2Lff.N,Q,vm .,, V 'ui- Qui F551:-" , ii! K JUNV' ORCI-IESTR w W 9 l Q' Q 2 Li . Y- . ..-3'-"pw-1 A aa . .Ah ,- . , vga--. ,.,... .ns-1 'x Front Row, Left to Rightg R. Summers, M. Dhayer, D. Dreger, A. Zuc- chero, C. Fraraccio, J. Vick., C. Johnson, K. Synnetstvedt, D. Eby, Row 2g P. Kandel, D. Merki, J. Kandel, C. Edgar, K. Noll., M. Nogel, J. Kandel, R. Johnson, Row 3, H. Brooks, M. Phelps, M. Carnes, J. McCallum, W. Beatty, S. Slimac, K. Snyder, D. Phillipi, L. Furry, T. Noll, J. McCammon. Row 4, A. Orr, A Weimer, S. Powe, J. Greene, J. Scozinski, C. Seabolt, Mrs. Valentine, D. Flores, L. Johnson, L. Pigg, D. Kelly, V. Wasson, D. Peate, K. Carnes, J. Ebert, K. Sponseller, B. Hall, R. Shoemaker, B. Hewer. Lower Lt., Mrs. Valentine directs, Above, K. Synnestredt and D. Eby. ACAPELL CHOIR 1+ gg 1,-IMI wgf ul all la lf ls ll , ii 5-D' G . - Q- p W . , il o l r' ! e w'm?i.. Q, - -. X V 6 LY., Uv' ll Q till. Q -Mi , . .ff 'llilyi N fiff , A v . -I Mi T " L ' .ALj, J,'ilI??if'- .wullillif V I -l f '1 s Q LVQ I R ' 4,f.'Vl,,,? ' ll! ' ii' ' Fl' V ' il fi ' a "' K, ' ir ii l' . ?,.'4'A9 1. ": ' ' W" "rl f 'N---"' - l'I 'l- I NN 1' -rl '. -'-ll 'v ' - --fs 1, f ' ll 'SE 'I 'a ', "' " ' 21 1.- 1 R 3 'W V , 14 'ir' . A .!, rf -l Y ,AMW l,,f.l,A' !.f . l 'f' i'1' 1 ' .. --... ---f Y --- l 5 1 Me" . ,iiiffl-"',. :Y J V , , Front row, left to right, S. Kirk, M. Collette., B. Bowman, C. Seabolt, D. Merrell, K. Nogle, L. Teodor, L. McCallum, B. Day, C. Latimore. Row 2, L. Higgins, M. Bivins, D. Peate, J. Virden, J. Hess, S. Jones, T. Bates, S. Rich, W. Emanuelson, K. Synnestvedt, C. Jackson. Row 3, K. Sailer, L. Danesi, P. Schaper, J. Merki, J. Ebert, J. Vick, C. Lauer, R. Craven, G. Cowen, J. Maxwell, J. Clymore, K. Buc- key, M. Sticker. Row 4, L. Beltrami, J. Penturf, P. Rodefer, H. Lang, S. Slimak, T. Reynolds, D. Stieb, R. Spears, B. Packey, M. Booth, D. Ehy, S. King, Mr. Hisey. REVIEWXCLUBS 0 227 Acapella Choir Appearances during the school year in- cluded the Thanksgiving As- sembly on November 22, the Christmas Concert on Decem- ber l8, the Christmas Assembly on April 12, the Elementary School Assembly on May 9, the Spring Choir Concert on May 16, and the Commencement on June 7. 228 0 REVIEWXFINAL MOMENTS FINAL MOMENTS ,xx x Top leftg Jennifer Wiemer. Top Right. Sue Kirk giving h p t t t g dualio Bottomg Dianne Eby. lf? ' 1 ....-9,7 Jw y . s 'V ,rg . F 1 ,- 3-. Q . l A ,: gzip X . .,l . I 4 i i u v f Mg-f "' R xv. FINAL MOME 'in , 2 YW?-. ' ' - -- nw. A033-4 . ' e v Q' '55 1 .., - 'Q .- A ' si' 5 . xl , ' ll 1 ' - 0 11 Q-' ,. .y K: H 1 1, ' W V . f I.. I 1, . -, C ff. ,H . W- n ' , . "fr , '11 I ' 'fix 1 S 4 I . Z1 .qi 9 F!! . 4 Jil- A f 1 W4-ildui-44. an ...gh r if fl, 5, .., if . 4- ' 41. .4-. 31' -in . ,L-. . U: 'T 43 .x.,, .4., . ng- ' ,-.jg,j'.p Ml...-. 'I .1, . . x J H u s x we WHBAREEWDHORS? ONLYJXSENUUR ONCE! A lin X REVIEWXSENIORS 0 231 J T' fig -fx.-1' il. ' x Q .1 72.4" . wr if 'Ai-.. 232 0 REVIEWXSENIORS Ti J v Q ' X I 2' ' SENIOR CA DID Upper leftg Ray Winn, Upper rightg Pam Hahn, Lower rightg Joe Bondoni and Mike Feller. f . L ,,..,1-ly V 3,-11,1945 2 JF.. - 1:3-A 5.,T-,- ' - 4M .. . -' ,w z-, ,, Q., 9: L The- I M: 4 g.. ,,,, ,lb Tv SENIOR AWARDS Scholarships totaling more than S430,000 were presented at Alliance Senior Awards night on Tuesday May 22 to numerous college bound seniors. Two of the top scholarships fand honors, were presented to Kevin Zumbar and Scott Bell who have received appointments to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. The educational value of each four year scholastic program is placed at S200,000. A.H.S. affiliated or related scholarships and their recipients included the following, David Cowan Memorial Scholarship, Cathy Thomas, David Webster Memorial, Lynn McCallum, Eric Duro Band Scholarship, Gerald Virden, and the Mel Knowlton Scholarship, Louis Cironi. Other scholarships included the Lions Club Scholarship, Janice Brienza recipient, Ohio Scholarship Program, Cathy Thomas with James Vick, Craig Henry, Chris Long and Lynn McCallum alternates, Ohio State University Mothers' Club Scholarship, Craig Henry, SANCAP Scholarship, Leigh Ann Thomas, Tri-County Business and Professional Womens Scholarship, Karen Hoge, and the Tinken Company Educational Fund Inc., Cathy Thomas. Janice Brienza was awarded the Beverly Robertson Yeagley Scholarship. Additional scholarships and their recipients included the Robert H. Dowling Scholarship, Lisa Murphy, A.H.S. Orchestra Booster Scholarship, Diane Eby, American Association of University Women, Janice Brienza, Ann Black Scholarship the Philomatheon So- ciety ofthe Blind Inc., Ken Kelly, Bench Warmers Athletic Scholarship, Paula Schaper and Leigh Ann Thomas. Among the numerous college scholarships awarded graduat- ing seniors were the following, University of Akrons Academic Scholarship with honors, Gregg Burtnett, Janet Graebing, Karen Hoge and Lynn McCallum, Ohio University Manasseh Cutler Scholarship, Sue Kirk, Mount Vernon Nazarene Col- lege Freshman Honors Scholarship, JoAnne Merki, College of Wooster Freshman Achievement Award, Cathy Thomas, Kent State University Continuing Music Scholarship, Diane Eby, Hiram College James A. Garfield Scholarship, Lisa Murphy, University of Cincinnati Mary Rowe Moor Award, James Vick, Butler University Tuition Scholarship, Leigh Ann Thomas, John Ebert, the National Presbyterian Church Scholarship. Outstanding graduating Seniors who were honored with awards, certificates of distinction were, Leigh Ann Thomas and Scott Bell chosen by the American Legion Post 166 as The "Outstanding Seniors", Lisa Murphy and Kevin Zumbar were alternates. "Top Scholars" in the class of 79 with perfect 4.0 grade averages were Paula Schaper, Scott Bell and Leigh Ann Thomas. Additional community awards and their recipients in- cluded the following, Alliance Exchange Clubs Jess Alter Memorial "Youth of the Year" awards to Scott Bell and Jac- quelyn Clymoreg Alliance Review Journalism Award, Micael Dreger, Century 3 Leader Certificate of Participation, Jac- queline Clymore, D.A.R. Citizenship Award, Lisa Murphy, Damon Incentive Award, Robert Benning, Eugenia Moses 1 Award, Kathleen McDaniel, and Jay-C-Ettcs Printing Incen- I tive Award, Thomas Hupp. . High School Awards presented and the recipients included the following Alta Javins Work-study Awards to Eva Greeneisen, Garry Horner and Robert Benning Bausch and Lomb Science Award, Kevin Zumbar, Blue Domino and Thespian awards, Jackie Clymore, Clark Kennedy Award from Kiwanis Club, Ray Winn, Creative Writing awards to Sharon McGirr, Krystin Buckey, John Caskey and Jackie Clymore, Math Awards to James Vick, Kevin Zumbar, Leigh Ann Thomas, and Scott Bell. National Scholastic Art Award to Jack Stewart. Additional high school awards included the National I4 N School Orchestra Associations Award to Diane Eby, Ohio In- dustrial Awards to Jack Stewart and Jennifer Weimer, Out- standing Senior French Awards to Craig Henry and Paul Kan- del, Outstanding Senior Spanish Awards, James Vick and al- ternates Scott Bell, Ray Winn, John Essinger and Kevin Car- penter, Outstanding Senior Stage Crew Awards, Jerry Tas- chwer and Bill Stanley, Dennis Gaume, Daniel Amabcli, Terry Ro ers, Crystal Tep Jert, Marilee CDianel Carter, Edna Burrier, Micael Mudrick,Betty Crabtree, Pamela Kuntzman., Brian Oyster, Elizabeth Stone, and Sue Harris were all named Outstanding Vocational Students and given awards for the 'J recognition. Quill and Scroll honorees were Kim Courtney and Janice Brienza fthe school yearbookj Micael Dreger and Craig Henry fthe school newspaperj. Special recognition for their work on the school newspaper also went to Lisa Murphy, Sherri Steinwender and Thomas Zeni. Tim Grabill was presented the Richard Goodwin "Athlete of the Year" award. State Department of Education Awards of Distinction for Basic Studies went to the following Seniors, Joe Ailes, Scott Bell, Robert Boon, Kevin Carpenter, John Ebert, John Es- singer, Martin Goldman, Craig Henry, Theresa Kline, Lisa Murphy, Catherine Thomas, Leigh Ann Thomas and Kevin Zumbar. State Department of Education Awards of Distinction for Vocational Education were presented to the following: Larry Mohr, Carl Lawson, David Feess, Micael Dreger, Diana Ray, Gary Smith, David Kinnard, Alice Watson, Tami Binion, Michael LeMaster, Janet Graeving, and Linda Kerr. fs Top Left, Louis Cironi, Bottom Left, JoAnne Merki, Craig Henry, and Lisa Murphy Top Right, Julius Tonges, Middle Eight, Leigh Ann Thomas: Bottom Right Scott Bell and Kevin umbar. GR T10 The class of 1979 entered Commencement Exercises with high hopes for the future and good memories of their high school years. The Invocation was given by Rev. Eugene W. Ebert, followed by the Pledge of Al- legiance, led by Secretary, Brenda Day. Sue Kirk, class Treasurer, highlighted the class history, pro- ceeded by top scholars, Leigh Ann Thomas, Paula Schaper and Scott Bell, each of whom gave speeches entitled L'Youth Speaks". The Honor Roll was then read by class patrons, Mrs. Karen Stone and Mr. .lames Lear. Following the Honor Roll list, class Pres- ident, Richard Riley delivered his final words to his peers. Mr. Wamsley presented the class of 1979, and diplomas were given by Board President, Mr. Bruce B. Wiegel and assistant principals, Mr. John Webb and Mr. Paul D'Eramo. Benediction was given by Rev. Paul Merki. Upper Middle: Graduated seniors happily toss their hats into the air. Upper right: opposite page, Brenda Day. Lower left: tlrls page, Mr. Wamsley recognizes Sirrku Lanta and Tim Bendeich Knot picturedj as graduating foreign exchange students. Center: Class President, Rick Riley, delivers his last speech to the class of 1979. Lower left: opposite page: Krysten Bucky anxiously awaits her diploma. Lower right: oppo- site page David Hines, John Green, David Hobbs, Gary Nicholes, Larry Mohr, Tim Harlen, and center of group, Tony Moore. 'S ---4.7 " 1. I ings 4 1 . i :,. Ps 'P A + X i x i i x 1 1 i U.- --,- vf . -ig 4 3 -, N1 ' , -hr' ' , 1 N 5. 5, V K - v 1 . -.. ,, f,'i,4Q:i? - A 5 ,n 1 1 sy' X I 1. iw -,PV 4545! ,,,1 f I ' ..' fwvsiw- ga XJ fi I C A E 'x x -4 I, . v . 1 , f v- H- '-' wa ' O J' Xyv r" in ,A--L-1 ll! ,I 454 fi I , 4 . . I I IJ! .Q R ,i 'lr 'af fm L.ff'-riff-ggls 1 i i REVIEWXALL NIGHT PARTY 0 237 f , 1,3 1 ,. , . ,.. : y ,- posite page topg The line-up awaiting the start ofthe all night 'ty. Bottomg The Great Lakes Band entertained at the dance d at the Elks Lodge. This Page, top left, Brian Packey, Paul nclel, and Diane Eby enjoy a steak dinner at Ponderosa. Bot- 1 Leftg Left to Rightg Trina Baker, LouAnne Harris, Michelle rcolow, Kim Codsey, and Virginia Ball. Rightg Taking a break :he dance are left to right, Doug Wert, Paula Schaper, Amy xllenberger, Michelle Sticker, Kim Courtney, Allison Kelly, 1 Lear, Karen Hoge. 238 0 REVIEWISENIORS 'Af Ti ',',! 12 gi '33 "1 M'-Q1 I-15 E ll 'V 1, ' -1 rx , , x I Y' 'f Y V , 'Fx Q 's E . ' c 1" v .-'K' n L W4 .J ul JTN ,s-P '- uv. .1' : Q . --, A. uf,f'iV f '!l. REVIEWXSENIORS I 239 i gix Q Q lj' 'rs 1 I, I 'Q Q 1: L 'X - !. f f' 4 J ' Pg' - 1, isa 1 .yr Y I E' W xy 145 f--Q ' x Opposite page: Upper left - Jump back Jack! Brad Heestand and Lisa Teodor. Lower left- Morita Bivens, y'all gonna take my picher? Upper right - Rick Riley dreaming on about the weekend. Lower right - Looking for Tom Zeni? He went that-a-way. This Page: Upper - Seniors at the all night party having a square meal square deal . . . at Ponderosa. Lower - Julie Rudolph eating spaghetti again! "'x 240 o RE VIEWISENIORS Upper left - Michelle Sticker clowning around. Upper right - Louis Cironi going for it. Lower - J. 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State Alliance, Ohio W' 'ilu t Complete Remodeling Service Hflfdwafei Lumlefi Palms Additions Kiieiieiis Baths Sporting Goods 0 Kitchen Sz Bath G Storm Windows Doors I in lin 823-9491 Awmngs nee p l :zzf : L-gas' : L-ga: : 5 gr g ESU m 3 l9S ,, Installed 8r A- 4 4 , ' ' Serviced By 4' "l '2lEl5 5' .E lS ,-H.. l . i Aw ' ' - Qualified ' l 5 EEL. ME STEWART BROS. ,,,Sia,,e,S - ' :ED ' ri li 7' " ' 5 -,QD X gh 0 1010 N. Union 5 C Q E 8 Q B21-1050 Db' 4 1- i 5 REMODELERS i 131- . 3 - - - REVIEWMDS o 245 o 3 3 A a n A if: I 1-'Q f 1 I -and - -" 315 5 L' 1 A A 4-Alliancef Loc-ksmiiljoAf'i:eg:'fffl: " Grmffake care ofrall'-youp4i1I1'tgnnagj1oi:kj'Q A 'ii '- gif Plidlieyineffiski 'Q 5 E 3 ' L A in F Compliments of H A A14111313142-6-+10hirf1--'31--1' mi -- BONFERT GLASS co Ui: 5 - . E f-an f 1 f 1 1. ai .. , 31 g .A. A , , '-:U 5 , -- 30s.uni0n , " 'JD "L gg' -f -3- .. - f i .W 823-0450 '1Av' 4 - E ,-1 ati H ' RUSS BETS PLUMBING . 1 ' "ffl 1- -,, :aa an ,, ' 1097 W. Main sm. - .. Alliance OH 44601 , Phone C2165 821-2433 , g, , " -I SLE lin T I ALLIANCE TOOL AND tr I ,fw?LLPAlgE1if fp -111 LL'A Digg 'HU MACHINE I'-PAINTING-SU??LlESf f E H ' " -- Buying and selling 51 "'A G equipment F3?1S?33?Y1?A1NT1-lEQPIPMElX1?i3 -i in 1- 'LAV - --fl 2',. Q 7, " 15233 C-.askill Dr. NE L-,E AT ' 1.823-1654 I '-'1 1'L- 1 11,L "" "1" ' 1 231,' l Q WD 111-A A V si L 43-' I, Complete line of 'L is General elecgisozv QIEJVILIC appliances GRCVE REFRIGERATICN - GENERALQQQELECTRIC aanff DE: sg. Apphance Centers '-D service N f " 'fin GRENI' AS THE GE NAME L - U l1lNlliAl HUZIHIC lHlNEM!SlDDlll!" E. I X 821-1500 " 'A Where the action is 821-1704- State and Rockhill Alliance Ohio I fl, i A l HNWMDS Q 1- .1 M, D E" L1 4 1.1. D 1. 4. f i 4, Q95959595959595959595959 9 Compliments Of ALLIANCE MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC 959 3 2 2 5 2: 'Q 5 5 s 9 595959 59595959 You 3 5 5 3 Q gnome: 3 3 3 'S 2 Best Wish g TRANSUE 59595959595 Trophies for Athletic Lettering, Iahlheb WEST TUSCARAVVAS Phone 1-21 V we omacwuaaaaaaoaauaREIIEWMDS 99909 'U I 3 CONGRATULATIONS fu 9 99 in 9999 G SENIORS 9 - 2- I. .. C' Ig THE d-CON COMPANY Q Q Q :1:':L::l:i:Ec: by Sterling in 1957 and moved shorii 3909599909943 iiitui' J HIST 12 Q TIP staff of 6 Q STOUDT PRINTING COMPANY 6 2253331 'fomy 3 of fp fcis R 3 Axllilln .et Unitilgesigfiest roden anufac- 6 g C A THE 9 D HWIUI a P elsona f ln! Orcs I in Your Printing Needs" d'C 6 Q 3 COMPANY, INC. gi gronommmauaoaouammmng Q U 3 Best Wishes . . . I Q' . A Q Damon Chemlcal CO. 3 as Q Manufacturers and Supplies Of Q Q SAN ITATION and MAINTENANCE Q 3 CHEMICALS I ig P.0. BOX 480 3 Q ALLIANCE, OHIO 44601 3 9 Q 3 B UQQUQUQQGQUQUQQUUUQUQQQUQU IJ X Y X I ll ul DX ll H xl E WIADS Q A 1090909390984 THE A ALLIANCE ELECTRIC A CO. AND VXANUFACTURING gauaoaoaamomona our A 3 2 3 E 38 OEM 9 0 Cub E 9 Zn? 5 'L' 'Umr' E A g DP:-H-I 2 L.- A' ,, 225 5, is 4 5 3 u-4512 Q 3 3 Q E Q '11 3 22,55 was P1 0 3 g 55322 5 u g 5 3 Q S 2 can memouowaman uomumsama W' I-IOIXAE OXVNED 'bi Eugen! gffufll ggngnu gflflifl EHHW? Elgin' gum' Ejlillff' . 249 f A CONGRATULATIONS : CONNY'S SENIDRS FROM YOUR 5 INDEPENDENT SPARKLE I A . ' A E. SUPER MARKET A AISLE 1 SAMMY f T' g' f .fl A - -q ' li? 5 P1-lone azl-2205 vAl.llANCE,0HlO UU- xr: T -Q - 521 4,4 PHQNE875-I049'LOUlSVll.LE,OHl0 ...J nuff' mm' mmf mm' W - , 42:3 wifi' ir? if? . ' N i, X. -dv , f 3140 QHIWY' Esrnwp Ennw Enrvwp A COMPLIMENTS OF LAKE PARK FOOD fy, CENTER L -dy 22421 LAKE PARK BLVD. W X , -dr' EHHN' ENUM' gffthff EHHN' 1- T 5 wa Shaffer's Diner -5 Open 6 morning .. Until 10 at night HOME COOKING Q we Sigur' diggs? civil? signin Q.. -. Q.. -4. Zi .. Z .. R- 1 ,S 'W h Compliments of T HIHH diflffrl ifflfygl eyuyu 2, 'E-3 5' 5' T -. u. - .- Q. It - A - - - - It if ..- 5 v. , 5 y 0. Q. Q ri - v Q.. 5 v- L-4 W- 47 ' ' '- 250 0 REVIEWXADS - w Q. - -.N Q' Q, gfh fda n 1. Q Q 1- 5 Q u w Q Q an W Q Q n ip Q Q an Q Q - u fb Q Q -- L Q SL EHHVNF Egmnr Emuu gflflif' iffllirr EHIUUP EHHNI 4 Don Pancho's Restaurant Off I-77 on Route 241 Massillon Road 1 South, IV2 miles i Greensburg, Ohio 3 Phone 896-1991 Q , , .,-, Q N V 5 E1 Pancho's 1 Restaurant : 745 West State Street '3 Alliance, Ohio 44601 Phone 823-0220 RESERVATIONS NOT NECESSARY : OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. - CLOSED MONDAYS . Ll-r 00 .... ..,, ..., .... 1 A H .,.. mr 'Y -0. . Q .4 Q . I s n os Q -1. Q. Q , N 0. Q- -Q au. Q N - wo. Q -. -Q. Q A u at s -. Q. Q -s -1 0. Q as Q Q 's Q an 's n COMPLIMENTS OF Q 5 WE ST V1 E gl ST. 1 E 1 COMPLIMENTS OF 5 T 2 "VILLAGE SHOPPER" Ei 1 1104 W. Vine n s Q Q Q 5 Q s Wu Q Q :- Q Q QHUUNF Hours 7 AM To 12 Midnight "'Ohio Lottery "We Accept Food Stamps 'We Now Have Postage Stamps annum? Eifnvfv' Sigur' T3 Groceries'FBeer:"Wine I I Carry Out 3 - z Q Q " up "' -L " Q " -x u Effigfitl gain: Eifiuffl Egfgfnl EUHR: l e Best Wishes to the Class of 779 A.H.S. Majorettes l , , fnlff HHN HHN HHN' mfr-' , Phone 821-8306 WEIZENECKERS BROS. 6090 Union Ave. South uFriendly Folk Territorya' Full Grocery Line - 2 Featuring Home Made 2 Sausages. E Apple wood smoked Meats - E- Open 9:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. ,, N' Mon.-Thurs. Sat. 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Q Sun. open to 5:00 P.M. Q Emun Q Ennio The 1979 Chronicle Staff Wislies to Congratulate Miss Kathy Dosa on her marriage to Dr. William Sloane and Miss Leslie Pearce to Mr. Dave Austin A 5 i AQNQNQNTQNQNQNQNTIX 5 5 ,,5soc:r47-,O A sz-'09 4' A0 OA 4? ' 2 L Lu A U N 'Ji m 1 Q A rf MEMBER A 52-s.,5ss.Qss.5ss.5ss.5ss.Qs-s.Q-s..Q-s. 252oREVIEW!ADS io F io F g F LE bl i P - - IIAV Ai I-In 5-is-?fff'f9'1i"R3'1?R?-F Compliments CUNNINGHAM'S COUNTRY FURNITURE 92 , ZV2 miles south of Alliance ,M wx 'i On 183 6330 Union Ave. Ph. 823-1770 coma! FURNITURE W "' Furnitiireii J Friendly Furniture W ' 1"'Cai'petiiigW 1 1 xprofegsiohal , Downtown Alliance. Sewing this area with fine A , Q A ,A M X A quality furniture at budget prices. Our 33 year wlnteriorx Designing reputation is your guarantee of satisfaction .Visitors Welcome R in 1 R 960 W- SIil12Q-,ST, Alllanfae, 593335393 Lu A N 0 ACTION A A A Q SPORT 70 oy CYCLES To cv ASUZUKI te cws mms aza-aazo Q " it pays to belong " 11333 N. Union ATQQXQIEMQH Alliance, 01... Q hi s21-2325 456-6515 Phone: 8213777 Q Q 1 l'3'1'QL33'-i-'?43',-?ALEL3ii'3bLi'i3aL3 so-l G V' 1 1 i A i ' i fi coMPL1MENTs OF E 1 1 di 'EQMPLIMENTS oF- MANNS ,W , 6 CYCLERY G 7' . 1 ' 741 South Sawhu g ' M L ' Alliance, Ohio 5 1 ' 0 4-4601 j 1 ' 5 Ph. 821-0111 G L?TLbL3L3LL?'3-Li li F23 Q COMPLIMENTS OF fi SARCHIONE'S DODGE fi GLi'33L3L3ibLi'?F,1 L'LI333Li:?Q- 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 H1 Y ll 69 70 . 5 M 1 4 Ffh L3 5533? Li-E5 L3 L3 ff-'31 H GEORGE 81 Congratulations Seniors - soN SERVICE 5 Q W 350 E. Patterson l X uw: V 821-7000 Q 05 WSHSEI-LS X i 1 est tate treet For all your automotive needs E - - specializing in oscilloscope Q tuneups fi , , - 13339 2 lib lib EL-Eb L3 3'-T1 LE FJ"'-31 0 REVIEWXADH Lg rg ig img E5 Klang FE.: 122 i l I i I.- 0 an ff 9 bl Y G Quality Automotive Parts and Service ZERBE G ' Your Napa Jabber is a good Man To Know And The Right Place To Go. 6 Alliance, Sebring, Minerva Carrollton, Louisville NAPA MACHINE goo INAPRI 1 'W nmvonfs ,mmfxmfxmmm Unk 60 'Ilan - ,salminadzlul AUTO PARTS, INC. "Professional Parts People" 6 EVERYTHING FOR YOUR CAR G . Mumsns e exnnusr svsiems 0 Atrsnnnons . mt vans U DIYZLEFI FINI5 Complete Il 0 AUTOMOTIVE TOOL 203 N. FREEDOM I BODY SHOP TOOLS Compliments of Oesch Standard Oil Distributor 14949 Oyster Rd. Alliance, Ohio 44601 L'E4E33Li:f-SLI-5 M 1 G Congratulations A.H.S. Class of 1979 ay we SBIVB YDII. Goodyear Service Store Since 1945 West State., Alliance Monday thru Friday 9:00 to 6 00 Sat. 9:00 to 3:00 Closed Sunday 152.21 F313 F25 LE C?-39 Lflbm Q33 C521 RE VIE WIADS 0 255 333L3L:?'I?33L3L?3?bli',E3aQ3"-7-l'3'h TOMMY'S AUTO SUPPLY Two locations Q G 60-62 E. Main St. 821-0118 G 7920 W. State St. 823-6010 Alliance, Ohio COMPLIMENTS Q G G OF TRANSIT N fa Q216J 823-6050 6 UE! ." I - ' 1 Q E! TIRE SHACK Q 6 ' 5 ., ,luhulrzilful I Bridgestone Shelby Mags - CB Radios G Arch at Prospect Steve Loar G : Alliance, Ohio 4-4601 Manager 6Li'fbetC---if-T-etc---Q33-etc-,,433Qm etc---3333 U +7 Q Q 9 I I I Q O O gr in +2 Q Q Q : I : O Dry Cleaning O 9 'S DMPCW Cleaning 15 THE BONNET SHOP 0 . -lelMiSf . Al to sf Bmilsh get Md E : Mobiler Carpet Cleaning I Bril1113SHeZd PiJiesnA1?d H:t:lJlI1liten:ivTen1.in: gf G Q Furniture O Ribbons And Supplies. Wedding Invitations And R a Uniforms H Reception Access . . . Everything For the Bride O 0 0 And Her Party Except The Gowns I E ielby and UHi0n 323-4225 E Hours 10:30 To 5 2128 S. linion Ave. 5 0 ersliy Plaza 823-3308 O Monday Thur Saturday Alliance, OH Evenings By Appointment 44601 R 8 'E Myna McComb Mgr. ph. 821-9719 Q : CLEANERS 2 I I n Q 3 3 " Q A E' : : 3, 2 0 A an Z3 9 etc ..-etc ---etc ...etc ---etc ...etc ...etc ..-etc ...etc Q7 5 S 5 U2 ' U7 A i l'l'l O7 07 0 RE VIE W!-4DS 0 0 LI-I l - 1, gr Z0 Q 4' 4, 1, .--etc..-etc--.etc..-etc--..etc-..etc .--etc--.etc.. 0 L 21 8 COMPLIMENTS OF 9 Q CASTLE 3 6 NITE 9 '5 CLUB, 5, -etc.--etc-.. '-B9"'oq ROGER'S HAIR DESIGNER, c---etc 'Ja---one---0 I AND FILNORS INC . 9 'P : Q 3 6 etc --- etc .--etc ---etc .-.etc---etc ---etc .--etc ---et O +P +2 E Q Q PLA-IER 3 5 6 81 9 9 +7 CROSS : Q Q 3 8 Your partner in protectio 2 For the Besag? alflcggizaphic Work 9 Q GRANGE 0 Alliance, Ohio 4-4601 6 : MUTUAL COMPANIES 0 COLUMBUS, omo O et et C.-- c---et E SDE? E55 ps: QS I-4 .et C--- 131 WEST STATE ALLIANCE, OHIO 44601 PHONE 823-2920 c.-.et c..-etc-. et et etc ---etc ---etc -.-etc .-.etc ---etc .-.etc -.-etc ---etc etc .--etc---etc---etc---etc-.-etc.--etc---etc.-. Q T5 3 HOUSE OF COIFFURE 5 GUNS AMMO 0 Q +I DICKEN 81 MARSHALL, INC. : U9 ' ' Sports Center 3 ' 817 S. Union Ave. 0 7 8 Alliance Ph. 823-7178 : Mercury 6 Q Outboards Boats H .s X I an cf' 2 : 2 vetc---etc---etc--.etc-.. 0 ' 5 15 o . I ,Q Compliments of 5 FIEGENSCHUH JEWELERS 8 0 Diamonds - Watches - Silverware . Q Certified Gemologists i Q American Gem Society Q i 1480 S. Arch : Jewelry Of Quality For 59 Years 8 Al11?1Jehgh5T9Z4601 Q 248 E. Main Sf. . ' ' +7 I OJ Q etc ---etc ---etc ---etc ---etc ---etc ---etc -..etc ---e +7 U 5 I I Service For: TI'aSl'l 8K Q Residential Garbage Q Commercial RCIUOVHI Q Industrial Serving : Landfill Greater Alliance U +7 Ol E CARN ATI ON 3 DISPOSAL INC. GJ . - , E Compliments Q of 8 NO Joh Too Large 127 E, Main A I Or Too Small . . . Alliance, Ohio 6 All Types Waste Material Regular Scheduled ,I E Pick-Ups 81 Special Pick-Ups ,Kumi : 823-9222 yd!-f ruins 6 If No Answer Call 821-9627 nj H - GJ W D1 E R1 3 C:- D Cn o no an Nl of-1.9 eu- 03- 0'-19"' i.'J'13"" Gu-- 04 an-- 04 9-.- 051- 3--. 0'3- 3.-- 01 91-- 53'-I eu- 01 3--. 0'-I Glu: 01 KD d' 9 Eu C+ 9 En 1+ 9 in fl' 9 cb C+ 9 in C+ 9 io ft 9 Ev 1+ 9 Ev rt O 9-U fl, '7 5 5 U2 ll, i i l'l'l Q7 U7 REVIEW!-4DS .--etc -.-etc ---etc ..-etc .--etc ---etc ...etc -.-etc.- 1, I , Ll-1 l - 1, S5 'l 4' 4, I, etc C--- et etc ..-etc -.- C-.- et C--. et etc -.-etc ..- C--- et C-.- -et tc-- 4? 6 a 4? 6 a U U -etc ---etc -..etc ..-etc..-etc ..-etc.--ctc...etC ---e120 0 W R l Q , Q 0 2 'KS:,lj5T-'QF 6 cn w Q H 0 ii , -t S : ' : Q . 5 gn in m I 3 Q 'lg 3. : OE 23 2 E+ 2.5 F2 O rg' CD 0 as -, Q I+ F- a' gp QI . was g 0 : E'g M3 Q : 99 0 0 ng' 5 DOF P- ' "1 U9 9 0 5'5'11-'1 rr' 3 0 0 EEE is 'ibm is 9 : g5?5E O55 E 9 tc- -etc---etc---etc---etc---etc. -eifp etc---etc-.-et.c-..e6tc..- U' - '-.9 0 3 an : E ti- G,- H 0 gp tii E 110' Q F .w- l,m ctc- OE -.. '11 . Q 0 g :S I S g : 25 I- 4 ww gg Q w - I -S 3334 Q Q sn 5 I og 0 - sg. f AX g 5' Cp '11 Q 932 -3,-PM X Cf Q 3 0 25' wx-nv. . s ID OE. r-g rw 0 1+ .3 2.4 ---.-, qi 2 Efo CD U3 2 I O .2 A 11-X U o 5 Q3 pp H , EL? -ex A . fn F-" H- m I E55 Q 1 3 rs : 0 g E . UQ ' E 51 3-H oq.a---o':1a"'o'1a---o':p9-'- 0?-0"'O'19"'O'10"'0'J-9"' 3'-I-9"'0'-1-'6"'O'19' -0119---oqa K REVIEWIADS 0 259 1 'eff"f?t'?"'et'c"'et'C---etc-.-et.c.-.et.c---et.c ---et.c-.-et,c.--et.c.--et,c .. Q T-4' li? " Q 0 ei' :' iff' +51 ei' 4 f' '97 ' ' 'I r-1 0 WU' 4 0 fs, , .,' -Q 0 :3 2 o :Q - ' fl' 5 :U g En E I Q.. E : f: U Q Q a. P1 Q up B f ,li er 5 5 v-4 ,- 0 Q' . Na. '! Z 5- in S Es U 8 ,THF 0 ai '11 :O M S . 2m E "U"l1'-' E: 52" Q. : 2,455 EPO 0 Q MQ gg E11 Q 5-"og-fig-:I 3,39 fp Q? rar gd' :E 3 U' 5.5357 bg O : pqpjn-4 mo 5- tri 0 gage ZA.,1', iA mm . S 3 '41 oo ES : 2 2 co . N , 9 E E E cn c.-.et.c...et.c..-et.c.-,et,c ---et.c-.-e 0 etc...et.c...et.c-..et.c-..et,Q ,,,,et,c,,,e gb R CD O 0 '-" 53553-55 5? I BM YH : 0 M 2 6 9. ' . - x . ' I 5' E, 9: 5' ' on 9 "" lififu 21 5 Q in C' E5 Q 0 9, , . -4- HI rf O N ,Dj 5 'S . 5 K " m M S' 3 'T 51' : cn M 1 P4 E4 1 2 Q Q 2 5 2 Q QQ 2 : fb Q H D7 55 gp U' P1 E Q 0 CP 0 3 E :J 1 O E H' E Kg: H10 E P 3 9 K u. 0 on H r' - I 3,-Ii" gl- E S 2 in "Sig -I Q 3 VD 2 Q d' f ...igalfs : " - o Qf ' Q9---one---Oq9"'oq'8"' O"'9"'0'49"'O'49"'0Cl-9"'049-UO'J.a"'o1a---O19---019 Q x' Q x Q rs X xx Q X 'J 'J Il Q ul 7 x Q et 0 ,S etc-H et.c...etc.-.et.c.--et,c.-. et-,Q,,,et,Cu-etc-uetc REVIEW ADS ---etc .--etc .--etc .-.etc .--etc ...etc .-.etc .-.etc ALLIANCE INSURANCE SERVICES 0 +' S 0 . I 1095 W. State 2 ' co I 1 8 L+ 0 COMPLETE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE SERVICES O , 2 SALES ASSOCIATES WITH FIRST REALITY E I I O JIM HATHERILL - WooDY MCCALLUM 2, S 823-4289 0 etc ...etc ---etc .--etc .--etc ..-etc .--etc ---etc -.-e - O O Q is E ORANGE KRATE CRAFT S' - COMPLIMENTS OF Y E E -lee . E l O SHARER - STIRLING Q 444 E Main f XY p I Q 2 +7 furzafzaf flame 'S Downtown A Q f - -4 O l Q 23.35.33 - Alliance L 'U V 2 I I ' I Phone: 823-5992 G I 19 s - - 0 is' Q 0 3 JOHN w. mam srmtmo -Q S' Q Owner and Duma Q Decorative Craft Supplies A . 3 etc --.etc .--etc .--etc ---etc--- etc ---etc ---etc -.-eg- sh 0 Fluid and Pollution Control 9 : Steel I 6 Building Products C N E Q Q Aerospace and Aircraft Products Q B+ 9 A1 . . - , llance, Ohio ' : Deep Drawn Shapes 6 Q Enamel On Steel Economical E , P ye Pleaslng Styles Z - E Glesgrgiing gfitrelcgugtiffllors 9 : HCC HVI Z ' ' CD Q 0 1+ 15 etc ..-etc ---etc ---etc ---etc .--etc --.etc ---etc ---e1p i 3 3 E' Best Wishes li To The Class Of 1979 Good Luck I : : Best Wishes Eb O GIB DAWSON REALTOR O TO Cl' 1 I +5 . . . HERE TO SERVE YOU -5 The Class 0f"79,, 0 E Office 245 E. S.. E PUTT-PUTT GOLF 6 3 3 f' 9 as 9 .--etc .--etc ---etc .--etc etc ---etc .--etc --.etc --.etc RE VIE WIADS 0 261 etc---etc.--etc.--etc-.-etc ---etc-.-etc---etc ..- 'P B K 6 C f " ll Q N all 1 , . tu 'P 1 LE 9 0 'l'lQfl1QA V 5 Q I Ch A 1 6 H of ' 3 6 M N 5 of Ollfftl 0 Lf , +2 I SE 0 o , 1 .I 5 li A N 1 15 rm O ll '7 ' C. 0 I gi x 8 "Food Distributors" 5 IOIN RUBBERMAID PARTY PLAN NOW! 9 f Q +3 fire you one of those people who won't settle B : etc ---etc --'etc ---etc -H Q or anything less than the best? H ' I lf you are, give me a call right now! l'll!be O 5 0 ' happy to get together and discuss what I teel , 'S 3 could be a "honey ofan opportunity for you." 5 I ll 0 i 2 JEAN 11. BR1oN 42 'S C811 JEAN E. BRION i gl at 821-5855 0 +7 I o 1 0 5, E no ll 8 11.1 O etc -.-etc ..-etc .--etc -.-etc.--et.c .--etc --.etc ---e Q is ft lr - I I Cl' 3 8 9 f 1 ll I Q I 1 I I R 3 3 Compliments of El - 5 AGENCY 5 BARN SIDE 5' p COMPANY +2 g l Q INSURANCE li STEREO tr 111 6 since 1886 3 +3 irs a iona an +1 : 1 Q F tllElulldinLB k 803 E. 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RE VIEWXCANDIDS 0 265 LAST REViiEW 2 I 1 1 Ahoveg Bob Slutz, upper llg Skip Martin, Below leftg Cindy Z h g LII' I'l1. 266 0 REVIEWXINDEX Aberegg, Nora 9, 49, 58, 61, 65, 208, 220 Admonius, Jeffery 109, 112, 215 Asbi, Timothy 77 Aeling, Michael 58, 186 Aeling, Terri 17, 197 Ailes, Joe 17, 32, 43214, 107, 163, 208, 211, 215, 216, 233 Ailes, Sally 216, 77 Akers, Brenda 168, 37 Akins, Brenda 66 Aldinger, David 17, 208 Aldridge, Lisa 165, 195 Aldridge, Terry 132 Alexander, William 77, 109, 120 Alfani, Mark 77 Alfani, Joe 17, 199 Allen, Steven 58 Amabeli, Dan 17, 198, 233 Amelung, Annette 77, 216 Betz, Lisa 67 Betz, Tammy 58 Beutler, Glenn 19, Bezon, Bichsel Corrie 67 , Cheryl 59, 202 Bingham, Claudette 67, 78 Bingham, Daphne 19 Bingham, Harold 221 Binion, '1'ammyu19, 196, 233 N Bissler, Bissler. Bivins, Bivins, Black, Black, Blacks! Blake, Mary 78, 223 Edward 167 Charlotte 67 Mareda 59, 225, 239 Sherrie 78 Devon 59 one, Mr. 66, 94, 196 Randall 78 Blendea, Doina 78 Blosser, Elizabeth 32, 59, 271 Blymiller, Mike,,19 Amelung, Brett 5, 17, 41, 106, 107, 163, 188, 208, 210, 211, 215, 231 Anderson, Cheryl 77, 165, 221, 224 Anderson, J. 77 Anderson, Gail 17, 210 Anderson, John 58, 102, 132, 268 Anderson, Scott 17 Andreani, Mr. 94 Blyrniller, Steve 73, 191 Botlo, Terry 19, 183 Boehm, Bruce 67, 102, 103, 132, 200, 211 ' Bollinger, Kevin 78 Bondoni, Janette, 67,, 224 Bondoni, Joe 20, 221, 232 Bonfert, Verner 20 Brown, Antill, Lisa 77 Antrami, Carol 233 Arbogast, Mr. Arbogasl, Timothy 181 Arkenburgh, Eugene 210 Armitage, Mrs. 94 Artino, Mr. 94, 201 Ashbrook, Craig 25, 28 Ashby, Donald 77 Ashley, David 34, 56, 107, 135, 180, 215, 231 Austin, Mr. 94 Autrey, Darryl 58 Autery, Willy 121 Avery, Clyde 77, 109 Avery, Keith 77, 109, 121 Avery, Mack 58, 200, 211 Ayers, Joan 101, 168 Bacon, Donna 203 Bacorn, Richard 185 Bacorn, Timothy 224 Baier, Lisa 72,ll1, 146, 147, 208 Baier, Steve 77 Baker, Barbara 221, 224 Baker, Jill 58, 221, 224 Baker, Joe 104, 136 Baker, Lori 67, 216 Baker, Trina 30, 237 Ball, Francis 78 Ball, Virginia 237 Ballor, Mr. 94, 209 Bandy, Shelley 58, 204 Banks, Barry 37, 112, 164 Banks, Joseph 78, 109 Barker, Jill 67, 216 Barnhouse, Michael 78, 215, 221, 224 Bates, Amy 78, 138, 165, 220, 221, 224 Bates, Kathy 67 Bates, 'ret-ii 13, 149, 150, 151, 152, 219, 221, 224, 225 Baum, Mr. 94 Baxter, Kathy 67, 165, 221 Baxter, Karen 78, 219, 224 Beadles, Cheryl 67, 214, 216, 217, 223 Beadnell, Dwaine 78 Beatty, Loren 19, 107, 115 Beatty, Willis 67, 115, 217, 226 Becker, Mr. 91 Becker, Kimberly 78, 221, 224 Beckett, Rhonda 58, 194 Bell, Lauri 67, 131, 217 Bell, Scott 19, 106, 107, 146, 163, 170, 130, 208. 215, 216, 220, 233, 234 Beltrami, Linda 19, 34, 175, 223, 225 Beltz, Angel 58, 170 Bendeich, Tim 166, 234 Benedetti, Teresa 58, 204, 224 Bennet, Karen 67 Benning, Robert 37, 233 Bernard, Francis 67, 215 Berry, Melissa 67, 129 Berry, Mr, 94 Bert, Mr. 94, 186 Boone, Boring, Robert 20, 26, 215, 216 Lisa 67, 217 Burton, James 59, 163, 215, 271, Bosick, Mr. 94, 118, 119 Bovyer, Mrs. 94 Boyle, Mr. 94, 97 Bowden, Heidi 59, 65, 168, 221 Bow ma ii. Bonnie 20, 31, 42. 131: 208, 222, 225 Bowma n, Johni78 Boy, William 187 Boz. Ja Brady. mes 59, 184 Dani 78 Brady, Lisa 78, 221., 224 Brandon, Miss 94 Brandon, Bruce 67, 104, 105, 136, 211. 215, 220 Brienza, Janice 20, 29, 208, 233, 271, 256 Briggs, Renee 67,, , Brimlow, Chris 67 Brinkman, Barb 67 Brion, Mr. 94, 217 Britton, Laura 67, 130, 131, 220 Brooks, Mrs. 92 Brooks, Heidi 78, 226 , Brown, Chevette 78, 118 ' Brown, Crystal 118, 200 Broivn, Clay 106, 107, 110, 136, 164, 2 1 Brown, David-67 Brown, David M. 67 Brown, Lamoine 78, 109, 121 Brown, Susan 181 Brown, William 78, 108, 109 Kathy 78 Bruderly, Mr. 940 U Brumbaugh, Mrs. 94 Brunner, Kathy 20 Brunner, Mr. 58, 94 Bryant, Douglas 182 Bryant, Kathy 20 Buck, ,BrendaU37, 217, 219, 224 Buck, Joseph '59, 137, 208 Buckey, Krystin 5, 21, 149, 151, 188, 208, 216, 217, 223, 225, 233, 234 Buiara, Sandy 78 Bu n, David 59, .186 Bunch, Bill 21 Bunch, Bruce'59 ' Burke, Jeff 21, 196 Burke, Xavier 68, 70 Burkley, Krystal 59, 292, 219 Burley, Timothy 68 Burnip, Elizabeth 21 ' ' Burr, Gregory 59, 115, 199, 208 Burrier, Edna 21, 191, 233 Burtnelt, Gray 217 Burtnett, Gregg 21, 155, 233 Burtnett, Kelly 78 , Bush,'David 78 ' ' ' Butcher, Ray 68 Buttermore, Candy 21 Buttermore, Nancy 117, 129, 137 Bycraft, Joseph 79 Bycrafl, Sylvia 112 Cabassa, Patty 79, 82, 111, 131, 146 Cahassa, John 59, 190 Cade, Bill 20. 22, 107, 177 Calderone, Ned 59, 208 Cameron, John 112 Campbell, Kamala 79 Campbell, Greg 22, 166. 216 Campbell, JoAnne 37 Competelli, Mr. 94 Cannon, Anthony 79, 37, 109, 120 Cannon, Chris 22, 107 Cannon, John 109 Cannon, Rebekah 68, 117 Ciirii, Mrs. 93, 94. 214 Carli, Cynthia 59 Carli, Mr. 94 Carli, John 79 Carlson, Sheri 68, 161, 214, 219 Carpenter, Kevin 22, 208, 211, 215, 216, 233 Carr, Mrs. 94, 203, 271, 272 Carroll, Andrea 59, 208, 219 Carter, Kathy 197, 22 Carter, Marilyn 22, 199 Carter, Yolanda 68, 219, 220, 111 Cartwright, David 68 Carver, Jason 68 Caalggyi John 21, 22, 112., 115, 152, Castello, Richard 37 Castellucci, Donna 68, 214, 216, 217 Chambers, Gary 79 Chapman, Miss 94, 204 Chapman, Scott 79, 105 Chardenet, Nicole 68, 216 Chen, Ming 68 Chen, Ming Chiu 59, 218 Christen, Lori 79, 224 Cibulus, Michael 68, 165 Cironi, David 68 Cironi, Deborah 59, 168 Cironi, Louie 21, 23, 106, 107. 136, 153, 233, 240 Claflin, Mr. 199, 94 Clark, Edward 59, 98, 182 Clark, Dan 59 Clark, Stephen 79 Clegg, Mr. 16, 102. 94 Clevenger, Mrs. 94 Close. Kim 23, 196 Clymore, Jacqueline 23, 150, 151, 187, 222, 233, 216, 208, 225 Clunk, R.R. 91 Clymore, Katherine 68, 224, 221 Cobb, Richard 79. 120 Cochran, Robin 79 Cochran, Sherry 23, 56 Coldsnow, Mary Ellen 68, 219 Collette, Melanie 225 Collins, Bill 59, 197, 184 Collins, Michael 79, 109 Collins, Thomas 68, 109, 119 Congelio, LuAnne 68, 216, 217 Connor, Angela 79, 221, 225 Cook, Clifford 135 Cove, Binion 67 Corington, 121 Courtney, Kimberly, Cover, 5, 26, 22, 23, 54. 208, 217. 220, 237, 271 Covington, Victor 79, 109 Cowen, Virginia 23, 24, 223, 225, 12 Crabtree, Betty 23, 203, 214, 233, 272 Crabtree, Betty 68, 219 Craven, Renee 23, 29, 223, 225 Crawford, Mrs. 94, 101 Crewaon, Kathleen 59 Crittenden, Marshall 108, 109. 121 Crockett, Sherry 68, 129 Crow, Terry 79 Cs1h,7Joyce 200, 211 Culp, Thomas 68, 112, 221, 224 Cunningham, Randy 24 Cunningham, Rodney 79 Curry, Keith 37, 201 Curry, Kristerl 79, 117 Curtis, Thomas 79, 109, 120, 132 Dailey, Laurie 44 Daily, David 24 REVIEWIINDEX 0 267 ,Q 7 , W- ' . , 2. 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' -Hawkins, Lindai61, 200, 211 Hawkins, Troy 61 ,i I 1 Hawking, Mernon 31, W :I-Iayes, Miss 94 Hayhurst, Patricia 70 , .- Haynesg Chi'is'170, ' 165, '214g'217fW'W Haynes, Donnh 81 ' Hull ,R ,811 109 121, , HZsm7a1fDg.na'7o111' Hearas Mk '70 , fy Hqhton:,S'usmn1 81, 200, 1211111 ,P 1Heqkmm, ,Jeffa1, 21s, 216 Hackman, Rqniiy, 81, 223 Hackman, Bruce 81' , , ' ' Heddleston, Patrick 81.109, 120 A Y ,.-w "1 'v H6l1hr,"0i'1iinao"'198u " ' "" ""' H H Helman, John' 70 ' 1 H9159-1s,,Ka1hlfYn'?0w 1 we H- M5-F Helsel. Steve '32, 183' ' ' Henke, ,Robefift 70 5 ,V N Henry, Craigf32,g'l0Y, '132,1'1351f20Bf 211, 215, 216 Heppy.,Ev9-,7Q,-117,, ,,,,,, W, Hem-y,111Me1issw7o in 11111 11 Hemi, Rdbert 184 Hgrdi7ic1i,'Malissa 70 Heslep, Michael 81 ' Hess, Dayid N81 , Hess, Melanie '81, 221, 224- Hener,ABryan18l, 112 '1-lainie, ,Carla '71, 214, ,216 '- Higuer, Don 182, , Higgins, Lyneiip ,161 ,Q 225 -- 5 Jw , , Hill, Gray 32, 201 Hi11,.Margaret,71, 224 Hillman,-"Wi1diE-Q82 V H 1 7' ' J " Hines, Ddvid 32, 183, 234 Hz n Chris in 82 'vkis,.1. 'K' . 2, 1 n Wpugmla, Scart az, 115, 220, 221, 132 Hlse Mr 94 'H 7hi1'1,,1fDif1, 211,189,2151218,7224m 2'1H2bb2,1M11i1i1 1714 177.1521 11 1 Hoebke, Brian' 71 - Hbf1us,'Kin1bei-ly-71 f 4 r 0 1 M 1,2 Hdfius,'.FamQ1g1g 32, Hoge, Dawfid,,82,,, 237 . , H0UQ!n,9lmU9P'!3? 511,11 in H01hmk.f.Jefffey 82 . 1 Hollamon, Roverick 82 V Holland., Mike 66, -71, 109, 201' ' Hollaway, Robin 82,v117, 221, 224 Holloway, Tressel 61 Vinny, Hul1y,,JackQie- 71 Holly, Kaifqn 7224, , , Holly, Terri '32 ' ' ' HDIITIQE, BRITY 8, 62, 11.9, 132, 215 H01l3,QMRF1611BhjL33' PV N191 0," "" , Hull, Steve 61, 77 Hans, ,Jodie 221, ,224 , , 1 H6oyies,f,Czjaiig'133,.1073 187,'1I95' "' 1 Hopp, Chris 82 K Hoppgr, C1u:istophe11.71, 115, l55.,,,'+ ' 215,216 2 1 '1 Horner, Gary'37, 233 V Hornew Teams ,721w1129,1 'N 1. " 'N Hmomnigky 37, 102, los, 112, 135, ,-136 , . 2 7 Howie, Keith 82, 120: , ' ' ' ' 1 ' HofS211, Andrew 71.102, ins. 132, iHbwe11',1Tyron 182, 211 Hl11l+DHlG,6l 7 in 7 7, Hume,'.Scot1 71,1217 ' Hgyggsue fn, us, 1131, 220- 2 Himikmun, Gai17821 ' ' j,f11umsmun,"Mai-gie 71, 217 iQHu1ipii"'Tl1di1111S133F'1321 '119K,1-12331 " Hur-fqrd,.Lan'y .109 i3iiHiIljforg1,IvLigq '71, 216- ,. A q L fHux'l'Qrd, William 61,5107 ' 'HFmF'5Ph?'T- ,SWG Wa 1927, My q ,"' iff, 1' 4' W 1:HogeQ' Kareuwszfikqg 2 208, 1 2151, W 2 Ingledue, Fred 61 A ' Isaac. Slaffon 119, 215, 221 Jackson, Mrs. 93 Jackson, Andre 71, 109, 119, 132 Jackson, Cheryl 61, 216, 225 Jackson, Samuel 211 1 1 Jacksnn, Craig 82 Jacobbs, Mathew 32 Jarman, Robert 61, 118, 200 Jellison , Gail 16 Jenkins, Jenny 168, 221, 224 , Jenkins, John 33, 199 Jewell, Brenda 33 Jewell, Jodie 33, 196 Johanson, Mike 82, 109 Johnson, Mr. 94 Johnson. Cliff 33, 52, 107, 226 Johnson, Diane 71. 218, 221, 224 Johnson,,Jeffrey 71 , , , Johnson, Keith 32, 133, 201 Johnson, Laura 61, 218, 221, 224, 226 Johnson, Monica 66, 71, 217 Johnson, Rose 61, 128, 129, 226 Johnson, Toyia 34 Johnson, Vanessa 34, 283 Johnson, Wanda 197 Johnston, Michael 82, Jones, Miss 94 Jones, Brian 61 Jones, Jeffrey 82, 108, 109, 120 Jones, Judy 61, 216, 221, 224 Jones, Karen 82 Jones, Lance 82, 109 ' A Jones, Lori 82 Jones, Marcella 82 Jones, Rhonda 82, 217 Jones, Roy 61, 102, 215 Jones, Suzanne 24, 34, 111, 208, 222, 256 225, Jordan, James 61 Jordan, Jodie 34, 48,1203,224. 272 Theres 71, 217 Anita 71, 117, 129, 137, 201, Jordan, Jornet, 221. 224 Jamey, Joy 61 Jungarsten, Mona-167 1 Kallas, Sherie 71, 217 Kandel, Juliet 71, 216, 226 Kandel, Paul 32, 34, 226, 233, 237 Kanyuck, Sherry 82 Karathanos, James 109, 121 W Kee, Dwight 61 ' Kelly, David '71, 224 Kelly, Allison 5, 9, 20, 32, 34, 130, 131, 208, 220, 237, 252, 271 Kelly, Douglas 221, 226 Kelly, Jeffrey 33 Kelly, Julie 83 Kelly. Keinp, Michael 72 Felicia 34, 221, 224 1 Kennedy, Sonya 35, 221-1- Kent, Danny 83 Kerns, David 61, 63, 169 Kerr, Linda 35, 233 Kerr, Robert 198 ' ' Kidd, Billy 200, 211 Kidder. Gary 72 Kiel, D Kilchm iam: 72, 216, 221, 224 an, Kathy 83 Kile, Jeff 83, 37, 102. 132 Kimble, Justin 72 King, Chris 35, 137 King, S ue'61, 117, 129, 137, 2251 1 1 Kinnard, David 35 Kinnard, David 132, 193, 215, 233 Kinnurd, Michael 72 Kirk, Mrs. 94, 197 Kirk, Sul-324, 35, 147, 152, 155, 208, 222, 225, 228, 234, 259 Kir, Mr. 94 Kickendall, James 83 Kirksey, Dale 109 Kirksey, David 107 Kirksey, Ivan 107, 132, 181 Kirksey, Troy 83, 87, 108, 109, 121, 132, 221M J , Kisei, Harvey 83 ' Kleinhans, Loren 35, 198 K1ine. Lisa 72, 117, 216 Kline, Christine 117, 40, 153, 129, X 163, 216, 221, 224, 208 X ' X , 268 0 REVIEWXINDEX Knowles, Cindy 83 Kolm, Dave 187 Koon, Caroline 83 Koons, Peter 83 Kotlyna, Mr. 94 Kotolup, Theresa 72 Kovach, Robert 61, 198 Kramer, Mark 62, 190 Krider, Susan 83, 221, 224 Kriner, .lim 200 Kuceyeski, Mr. 94, 112, 109, 173 Kuhaneck, Virginia 83, 111, 223 Kuhnneck, Mrs. 180, 217, 94 Kuntzman, Dorothy 204 Kuntzman, Pamela 196, 36, 233 Lab, Lalli Dennis 72 , Tony 72, 109 Lalli, Charles 62, 132, 137, 155, 156 Lalli, Michael 83 Lalli, 215, 216, 221, 220 Lallie. Barbra 83 Lambert, Jennie 83 Lombert, Nelson 72 Lamp, Jeffrey 19, 38, 98 Lampe, Robert 83, 112 Peter 49, 62, 127,171, 172, 208, LaNave, Michael 83, 109, 112 Lang, Hans 62 Lantta, Sirkku 41, 43, 131, 166, 216, 234 Lanlz, Kim 36 Lalimore, Cindy 62, 147, 222, 225 Latimore, Jerry 36, 197, 132, 217 Lauer, Greg 62, 149, 151, 216, 222, 225 Laushlin, Mrs. 95 Lawson, Delilah 83, 117, 221 Lawson, Carl 36, 201 Lawson, Toya 62, 202 Lear, Mr. 95, 115, 130, 131, 136 Lezear, Harold 83 Leath, April 72, 221, 224 Lea, Laura 62, 76, 204 Leedy, Dan 36, 115, 199 Leeman, Kim 28, 36, 50, 271 Leeman, Mark 72, 105, 215, 217, 220 Legros, Greg 62, 188 Legros, Steven 36, 189, 218 Leishman, Lora 72 Lemasler, Michael 37 Lewis, Regina 160, 219 Libulus, Mark 109 Lilly, Donna 62, 204 Lilly, Roger 37 Lilly, Teresa 83 Linsmaier, Mr. 95 Lipely, Kevin 72, 109, 201 Looke, Donna 83 Long, Chris 37, 61, 62 Long, Kathy 37 Long, Sarah 83, 223 Lorden, Kevin 83, 102 Lorden, Mrs. 93 Louis, Kevin 62, 132, 137, 147 Lowe, Matt 62, 102, 132 Lower, Charles Lower, Debbie 83 Loy. Cathy 83, 221, 224 Loy, Debra 83 Luginbuhl, James 72 Lunsford, Jeffrey 83 MacDougall, Linda 37 Madison, Robert 62, 112, 188, 224' Madsen, Sandy 71, 72 Magee, Sallie 72, 216 Mastera, Holly 62, 204 Mastrek, Claudis 62, 221, 224 Mastrek, Shelmers 8, 72, 73 Mathison, Debra 72 Matthys, Alan 62, 106, 107, 208 Maxwell, Jill 62, 216, 225 May, Emma 84 May, Steven 62. 115, 215 May, Trisha 72 May, William Mays, Dianna Mays, Richard Mazzei, Valerie 37 Mazzol, Marciann 72 McCallum, Jennifer 72, 84 Mc3g2l1um,John '12, 115, 215, 216, McCallum, Lynn 30, 37, 216, 220, 223. 228. 233 McCammon, Jody 42. 221, 224, 226 McConnell, Scott 81, 217 McCown, Ann 62, 204 McDaniel, Brian 62 McDaniel, Kathleen 12, as, 152, 233 McDaniel, Thomas 72, 74, 102 McGaffick, Brenda 62, 185 McGirr, Sharon 37, 180, 208, 216, 221 McGrath, William 8-4 McGurren, Tim 37, 170, 193 Mcllvain, Robert 84 McKnight, Monica 84 McKnight, Shelly 84 McLaughlin, Bryan 72, 215 McLendon, Shawn 72 McMaster, Joe 183 McMillen, Mark 84 MeMi11in, Perry 84, 221, 224 McPherson, Margie 84 McPherson, May 84 McPherson, Nevada 84 Meek, Robin 72, 223 Mehnert, Dana 62, 107, 177, 208, 211, 216 Mehnert, Laurie 72, 219 Meir, Ralph 84 Meiring, Rhoda 63, 202 Melob, Louis Mercer, Todd Merki, Debbie 72, 226 Mgglgi, Joanne 24, 38, 152, 208, 225, Merrell. Debbie 63, 219. 225 Merryman, Molly 84 Merrville, Trent Metcalf, Benzetta 117, 137 Metzer, Theresa 84 Mick, Lisa 72, 219 Micketti, Toni 38, 111, 196 Middaugh, Paula 39 Middleton, Banita 84 Middleton, Lenise 72 Mikes, Brenda 39 Millberry, Robert 200 Miller, Miss 95 Miller, Mr. 95 Miller, Angela 216 Miller, Brandon 84 Miller, Cheryl 39, 196 Miller, Clavin 37, 169 Miller, Dale 190, 192 Miller, Dave 63 Miller, David 109 Miller, H. 98 Miller, Jeffrey 63, 198, 201 Miller Judith 63, 208 Moore, Mr. 95, 192 Moore, Charles 63, 198, 201 Moore, David 39,-118, 192, 123 Moore, David Ray 163 Moore, Joseph 63, 182 Moore Richard 84 Moore, Tom 39, 169, 181, 183 Moore, Tony 40, 112, 136, 234 Moretini, Kim 73, 111 Morgan, Debbie Morris, Mr. 95, 220 Morrison, Brenda 63, 202 MCTQISSOH. Russell 73, 114, 115, 136, Mosier, James 198 Mudrick, Michael 40, 193, 233 Mulholland, Mr. 95. 107 Mummert, Larry 37 Mummert, Walter 40 Mundy, Misa 95, 216 Mundy, Marcee 40, 208, 221, 224 Murphy, Cynthia 73, 214 Murphy, Jerry 63, 102, 112 Murphy, Lisa 4-0, 44, 208, 209, 220, 233 Murphy, Mark 98, 115 Myers, Donald 84 Myers, Lisa 85 Nagle, Sandra 181 Naugle, Brenda 85 Needham. David 59, 63, 107, 271 Nelson, Anthony 73, 107 Newshutz, Tammy 37, 217 Nichols, Barb 85 Nichols. Coleen 166 Nichols, Gerald 40, 106, 107. 112, 118, 132, 163, 271, 215 Nichols, Larry 85, 109, 136, 210 Nichols, Sandy 37, 197 Nichols, Vicki 203, 272 Nicholson, Brenda 73, 219, 221, 224 Nicholson, Christin 73, 111 Nicholson, Vonnie 40 Nicholson, Norris 107, 112 Nicholson, Ruby 117, 128, 129 Maldoven, Miss 95 Mallard, Marlon 83, 120 Mancini, Lori 37 Marasky, George 83 Marazza, Shari 37 Marconi, Richard 83 Marian, Simona 72 Maian, Tiberiu 83 Marshall, Jodie 72 Marshall, Melvin 83 Martin, Chris 84, 109 Martin, Skip 84, 149, 150, 151 Martin, Tonia 84 Martino, Sandra 84, 223 Mason, Tammy 62, 219, 221, 224 Mason, Tonji 37, 208, 221, 224 Miller, Lynette 202 Miller, Milton 39, 169, 196 Miller, S. 73, 109, 186 Miller, Todd 193 Miller, William Minger, Judy 63 Minnich, David 39, 45 Mitchell, Sandy 73, 221, 224 Mitchell, Victor 73 Mohr Mohr , Gregg 84, 109 , Larry 39, 183 Mohr, Michael 63, 181 Mohr. Sallie 73, 214 Monr oe, William 84 Monsman, Miss 95 Montgomery, Penny 195 Niner, Patricia 73, 85 Ninouale, Mark 85 Nitz, Eirma 73, 219, 223 Nogle, Karen 41. 223, 225 Noling, James 73 Noll, Tracy 85, 221, 224, 226 Noll, Michael 98 Noll, Robert 73, 74, 150, 215, 221, , 224 Noll, Kathy 85, 216, 217, 226 I Noi-gquist, Bruce 73, 109, 132, 135, Nuzum, Gladys 85, 211 ', Oaties, Cynthia 85 Oesch, Jill 223 . Offill, Darius 85, 118 5- Offill, Winna 37 A ONei1l, Tim 41, 193 Orr, Alice 73, 214, 213, 226 Ono, Brian 41, 208, 211 Ousley, Tommie 73 Owens, Douglas 85 Owens, Robert 37 Oyster, Brenda 85, 111 Oyster, Brian 41, 219 Oyster. Jeffrey 73, 109 Oyster. Rebecca 41 Packey, Brian 32, 41, 208, 225, 237 Packey, Laurie 85 Paletti, Marie 72, 214, 219 Pansino, Sondra 85, 101 Pansino, Vivian 63, 101, 129. 136, 168, 208, 219 Parke, Diane 63 Parker, James 63, 224 Parks, Cornell 73 Parlontieri, Chris 63, 104, 163 Parlontieri, Mary 84, 85, 165, 223 Parson, Lawrence 107, 110, 118 Pasco, Charlene 73, 111 Pasquale, Terri 85 Paxson, Milly 85 Payton, Cherryl 73 Peale, David 221, 222, 224, 225, 226, 231 Peddicord, James 85, 102 Thomas 223 REVIEWIINDEX 0 269 Sedei, Jerry 45, 185 Sells, Teresa 45, 181 Sepeda, Joe 87 Settle, K. 87, 223 Severance, L. 109 Severance, David 87, 210 Severance, Robert 87, 210 Sheetz, Kenneth 75, 215, 221, 224 Shefelton, Russell 46, 191 Sherrill, Holly 46, 197 Sherwood, Brian 190 Shimp, Samuel 75, 115, 215, 221, 224- Shinlon. K. 87 Shipman, Dana 64, 75 Shipman, Dinah 87 Shipman. R. 87 Shggmaker, Richard 87, 109, 112, 6 Shollenherger, Amy 21, 22, 32, 46. 131, 208, 220, 237, 249, 271 Shonk, Joan 64, 197 Shonk, R. 98 Shank, Lori 87 Shonlt, Michael 64, 107, 186' Shuster, Douglass 75. 117 Shuster, Miss 77, 95, 117, 129 Shuster. Mrs. 92 Siegfried, Patricia 46, 195 Simanella, Richard 75, 102, 132, 217 Simmons, Kurt 75, 109, 112 Simons, Cindy 75 Simpkins, Alice 64 Sims, Aaron 156 Sines, Curtis 46, 183 Sinkey, Mrs. 95 Sivey, Charles 46 Skoczinski, Johna 87 Slifkin. Patti 75. 216 Slimak, Stephanie 64, 217, 218, 222, 225, 226 Sloat, Ralph 87, 265 Slutz, Robert 27, 31, 46, 106. 107, 132, 135, 136, 137, 265 Slutz, Stacy 75 Stouffer, Stephen 65, 107, 155, 208, 218, 271 Stovall, Patricia 65 Strata, Gary 38 Streza, Brett 132 Strong, Kim 47, 48, 221. 224. Stroup, Scott 65,, 104, 201 , Stryfeller, Catherin 65, 199, 208, 221, 224 Stuchell, Bart 65, 107 Stuchell, Bret 37, 63, 184 Sukosd, Ken 65 Summers, Richard 65, 110, 132, 200, 226 Swagler, Dawn 65 Swain, Sandy 76 " N Swarts, Jeffrey 221, 224 Sunnestvedt, Kaia 65, 208, 216, 217, 225, 226 Tanner, Daunette 76, 223 - Taschwer, Jerry 47, 189, 218, 233 Taschwer, Laury 76, 87 Tashwer, Shen'y 82 Tatsh, Lori 65, 204 Taylor, Cathy 76, 219 Taylor, Marend 76 Taylor, Randolph 76, 119 Teal, Bonnie 76, 129, 165, 168 Teal, Todd 47, 217 , ' ' Tennis, Terri 76 Teodore, Lisa 5, 30, 47, 149, 150, 151, 208, 216, 219, 222, 225, 239 Teppert, Angel 65, 199 Teppert, Crystal 47, 187, 233 Thatcher, Jeanne 65, 202 Wallace, Lauri 9, 25, 48, 208 Walton, Mrs. 95, 202 Wamsley, Shelley 57. 165, 220, 221, 224 Wamsley, Mr. 92 Ward, Paul 76 Wasson, Valeria 48, 224, 226 Watson, Alice 48, 203, 214, 233, 272 Wayne, Linda 48, 203, 214- Webb, Mr. 92, 217 Webster, Barbara 129 Webster, Mary Lou 65, 168 Weider, Leu 76, 223 Thigpen, Richard 37, 118, 123 Thomas, Catherine 32, 47, 165, 208, 233 Thomas David 65, 220 Thomas: Diane 204 Thomas Gary 65, 200, 221 Thomas: Josephine 117 , Karen 165, 200, 211, 220, Weimer, Weimer, Ann 78, 81, 168, 216, 226 Jennifer 21, 48, 208, 216, 228, 233, 256, 271 Welser, Mrs. 93 Wert, Andy 69, 76, 115, 215, 216, 217 Wert, Doug 21, 37, 115, 127, 163, 215, 216, 231, 237 West, Loraine 190 White, Michele 223 Wiegel, Mr. 91 Wiese, John 76, 127, 155, 215, 216, 220 Wiese, Marianne 59, 65, 101, 208, 216 Wilcox, Jim 37, 189, 218 Williams, Mrs. 216 Williams, Billy 76 Williams, Cindy 65 Williams, Larry 76 Williams, Heather 216 Williams, Raymond 109 Williams Williams , Robin 76, 221, 224 , Terrence 119 Williamson, Alan 48, 65, 107, 169 Willis, Lori 76, 221, 224 Wilson, Craig 112 Wilson, Darlene 221 Wilson, Kimberly 76 Wilson, Linda 219 Wilton, James 65, 184- Wiitgtg, Ray 25, 27, 43, 48, 216, 232 Wisse, Tina 76, 101 Smarr, Clint 75 Smith, Debbie 87 Smith, Beth 64, 182 Smith, Gary 46. 233 Smith, John 87 Smith, Kenneth 87-109, 118 Smith, Mr. 95, 187 Smith, Robert 64 Smith, Sharon 46, 117. 196 Snyder, B. 109 Vanderkan, Dana 221 Snyder, Kimberly 202, 226 Snyder, Tracy 64, 202 Sn der, Vicki 87 Sohys, Mary 87, 149, 151, 216 Spall, Shawna 87, 223 Speakman, Kevin 75, 109 Spears, Ricky 5. 46, 215, 216, 225 Specht, Grectchen 87, 129 Spencer, Richard 75 Sponseller, Ken 221, 226 Springer, Julie 64, 197 Spurgeon, Elizabeth 46 Stanley, April 46, 196 Stanley, Carol 75 Stanley, William 46, 112, 177, 208, 218. 233 Stargen, Denise 37. 118, 123 Stargen, Jeffrey 64, 120 Saint Clair, Robert 87, 109 Steinwender, Shari 46, 199, 208, 233 Stellabot, Marla 87 Stewart, Christopher 83, 109, 120 Stewart, Jack 24, 30, 40, 46, 233, 271 Stewart, John 64. 271 Stewart, Juan 46, 118, 122, 137 Sticker, Michelle 24, 29, 33, 46, 115, 130, 131, 137. 225. 237. 240 Stieb, Chris 46, 196 Stieb, Dale 64, 225 Stieb, Eugene 43, 183 Stifiler, Christine 199 Stifflcr, Irvin 109 Stillion. Thomas 64. 224 Stockli, Brian 64, 184 Stone, Amy 76, 111, 165 Stone, Elizabeth 47, 208, 233 Stone, Mrs. 93 Thomas, Leigh Ann 23, 47, 131, 208, 216, 221, 224, 233 Thomas, Sherri 47 Thompson, Gail 65, 98, 224 Tonger, Mr. 95, 110, 233 Tolle, Adam 112 Tulle, Stuart 65, 106, 107, 112, 132 Toole, Jennie 76, 221, 224 Torok, Miss 58, 95 Trainer, Cliff 119 Trainer, Harb 47, 137, 169, 196 Trainer, Matt 47 Trainer, Troy 109, 119, 121 Trieff, Janice 219 Triplett, Aemita 221 Truman, Allen 76, 108, 109, 112 Trummer, Shawn 109 Tschappatt, Chris 65, 208, 215, 220. 221 Tucker, Mark 47, 189, 218 Turner, Mark 65, 198, 224 Underwood, William 65 Utterback, Mr. 95, 98, 107, 127 Withrow, Terri 48 Wittenbrook, Vernon 184 Wonner, Mitzi 76 Wforley, Raymond 7 Worley, Roger 76, 65 Wright, Cathy 76 Wujcik, Mrs. 95, 217 Wuske, Mrs. 95 Yoho, Mr. 95, 189, 218 Yost, Mr. 95, 185 Young, Lori 206 Zaleski, Mark 76, 132 Zaleski, Mike 418, 109, 136 Zaleski, Rita 76 Zarilla, Sondra 65, 165. 219 Zelasko, Mr. 96 Zeni, Thomas 48, 180, 34, 208, 153, 215, 233, 239, 271 Vargo, Mr. 95, 200, 204 Vesey, Dawn 65 Vesey, Ken 76, 216 Vicars, Craig 65, 107, 109 Vicars, Vicars, David' 65, 208 Ronnie 76 Vick ames 27 47 208 215, 216, Ziegler, Tina 68, 75, 200, 220, 223 Ziegler, Evelyn 48, 199 Ziegler, Theodore 76 Zinkon, 221, 224 Zmuda, Susan 65, 220 Zucchero, Amt 65, 71, 216, 221, 265 Zucherro, Dana 76 Zumhar, Kevin 21, 27, 38, 48, 115, 127, 163, 170, 208, 215, 220, 233 Zurakowski, Mr. 95, 175, 176, 221 Zurbrugg, Cindy 25, 48, 101, 174, 265 , .1 . , 221, 222, 224, 225, 226. 233 Vick, Janice 216 Virden, Gerald 47, 201, 208, 221, 224, 225 Voytko, Jennifer 221, 223 Voytko, Jodi 47, 219, 224 Wade, Vincent 47, 112 Waggenspack, Mr. 95 Wagner, Mr. 96 Wagoner, Debbie 165 Wagoner, Mary 76, 221, 224, Wainuskis, Terry 37 Walizer, Craig 76 Walker, Debra 76 Walker, Helen 65 Walker, Robert 47 AFF x 41, ! X 'As 1 fl f' , 'J14 ny' rl. . 'c RE VIEWXSTAFF 0 271 fl 5.-'Z . 0 .. s ' , -e-.-.......s.-.-I 'ff-fff' LTQQL Opposite page, upper right hand corner, Editor Jack Stewart at work, and very flustered. Opposite page bottom left, Greg Campbell pointing the way. Opposite page upper left, John Stewart scribbles his thoughts on paper. Upper right, Janice Brienza, Bottom, Chronicle Staff, first row, left to right, G. Nichols, J. Stewart, K. Lccman, B. Blosser. Second row, B. Burnworth, T. Graybill, R. Riley, J. Weimer, A. Shollenberger, B. Favazzo, J. Stewart. Third row, J. Borton, A. Kelly, P. Plajer, K. Courtney. EDITOR: Jack Stewart COPY EDITOR: Kim Courtnev PRODUCTION 5 f ADVISOR: Mr. Bruce -. .: Bumworth " " FINANCIAL ADVISOR: Mrs. Marilyn Carr SECTION EDITORS: SENIORS: Allison Kelly UNDERCLASS: Greg Cambell CLUBS: Beth Blosscr ADS: Jennifer Weimer, Beth Blosser and Amy Shollenberger STUDENT LIFE: Janice Brienza PHOTOGRAPHERS: .lack Stewart, Dave Needham, Beth Blosser, Pete Plnjer, Ben if Ig Favazzo, John Stewart, Paul Furry, Jennifer Weimer, Allison Kelly, Rick Riley, Gary Nichols GENERAL STAFF: Jim Borton Steve Goodwin Tim Graybill Kim Leeman SPECIAL THANKS: We thank Dave Fees for artwork on the Blood Day page and endsheets, in addition thanks go to Tom Zeni for many well written articles, and thanks go to Becky tDavis, and Steve Stouf- er. t 'fm A 272 0 REVIEWISTAFF nv: -It -. .ffl 1111 is , ff 4, ., t ,, to Upper rightg Rick Rileyg Lower Leftg Jim Bostong Group shot fBusiness staffj Front Row Left to Rightg Mrs. Carr, T. Rogers, T. Johnson, P. Crabtree, J. Jorden, A. Watson, V. Johnsong Back Rowg L. Wayne, V. Nichols. .Mm COLOPI-ION The 1979 CHRONICLE was printed by the offset lithography process and bound by the Hunter Pub- lishing Company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The binding is composed of 160 point binders board with black and red offset ink. In addition, the cover is wrapped with fabric on which the photographs were published. The photo of the old high school was furnished by Plajer 81 Cross studios. The blue background used in the introduc- tion is a combination of blue and pink if 542. The body of book is published with brown-black ink on an 80 lb. embossed paper. Type styles used for headlines were style if 100 Bodoni and style 549 152 Latin Extra Condensed. Body copy was 10 pt. Bo- doni with 12 point Bodoni used for page numbers. All photographs were taken and processed by the Chronicle Staff and Plajer 81 Cross Studios. READ ALL ABOUT A YEAR AT fafckmce Scion! C 5:13 TO: .. YOU fx This yearfs Student Senate realizing a lack of school spirit formed a new committee, 'The Spirit Projectfi- to initiate spirit within the student body. The project began with a spirit project assembly on October 11th presented by Senate members Rick 'Riley, Kevin Zum- bar and Kim Courtney. The assem- bly pointed out our school's lack of, and need for spirit and presented many new ideas for boosting school spirit. Closely following the spirit assembly was Homecoming Cpages 146 and 1471, which for the firstftime carried a unique themeg "Over the Rainbown. For the -7-sg' first time in A.H.S. history classes chose mot- tos, colors., mascots and songs as repre- sentations of class spirit. In order to bring the students more exciting assemblies Senate scheduled 'LThe Aces", a frisbee throwing duo, performing accuracy, speed and freestyle skills. fpage 1421. The everpopular powder- puff football was a 'csmashingu success with the Senior "79rs" emerging as the champions. Seventy nine may have been the end of a dec- ade but it was a new beginning for spirit at Alliance High School. August 29, 1973 Alliance City Schools did something unusual this summer. For the first time prior to September ,school buses made their rounds which signified the return of an old tradition, that is, a spring vacation. June 7th, 1979 Once again wejinished our 180 days of school on a Thursday. This was the In all, we have encountered forty-one Fridays this yearg the day' in which everyone antici- pates their upcoming activities. After basket- ball and football games, A.H.S. Students can be found visiting Spaghetti Tree University, studying subjects such as, Car Modeling, Ad- vanced Hood Sitting, and Munchies 1 and 2. If not at Spaghetti Tree University, students may be found either cruising the strip, sitting at the Freedom Square Lounge or just having a good time at the party of the weekend. Vacation Schedule 1978-79 Sept. 4th - Labor Day Oct. 20th - TeacherfStaff Conference - h , , .Nov. 23-24 - Thanksgiving Recess lags' year "1 'winch aflass Dec. 22-Jan. 2 finclusivel Winter Recess will huve graduated tn- the Jan. 15 - Martin Luther King Day 5e'f'enueS' The- Class of 79 Jan. 19 - Recordsffieports fend of 1stsem.J will have by 'wwe we are Feb. 12 - Closed due to snow sure, found out what should have been "STUDlED" in the 70's, to be better prepared in the '80's. Feb. 19 - Presidentis Day Feb. 26 - Closed due to snow Mar ch 30 - Teacher!Staff Conference April 13-22 Cinclusivej Spring Recess . May 23 - Memorial Day,


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