Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN)

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 ■1 In the beginning God createdThe man who follows the crowd, will usually Get no further then the crowd. The man who Walks alone is likely to find himself in places No one has ever been before. Creativity in living is not without its attendent Difficulties, for peculiarities breed contempt. And the unfortunate thing about being ahead Of your time is that when people finally realize You were right, they wish it was obvious All along. You have two choices in life: you can dissolve Into the mainstream, or you can be distinct. To be distinct, you must be different. To be Different, you must strive to be what no one Else but you can be . . . —  Creation starting within myself And bursting forth with glee Running before and brightening niy darkness Enabling me to see. To see the change of the chaotic world From clashing patterns and strife To bountious glory, infinite beauty Filled with the sweetness of life. This creation starts within me And springs from the center of my being That fullness of life is found In recognizing many small things. Andrea Mason6Creation bubbles forth Eruptions of sound, color form. Or flows in quiet streams of steady growth, climaxed to full emotion . . . frustrations gone. Finally confident-it's yours. -Chris Brainard jw l; 7They whisper. They whisper about their navels-About cars shifted into 4th gear. They care about 4th gear. There are yellow dresses And blue dresses wiggling Violent in discussion. Waving Hands back- forward over books. They like to forget books Prodding each other with questions This is a picture And we are framed. A painter will catch the light. It will stop before our heads. Here there are sad eyes. They reach through the windows-Reach toward the turning trees-Toward rumbled traffic sounds. Always there is the sound of voices The room is warm with chalk dust Floating kindly toward their lungs. I cannot say more. They are young And would rip out the ceiling To breathe the hidden sky. -Mr. Tom Dougherty THE CLASS 9EnTERTRiinmEnT FUR 1. Cheerleaders, including Deb Shipe, ride mini bikes and decorated a Pacer to add their enthusiasm to the parade. 2. The Pom Pon girls' streamer routine to the William Tell Overture proves to be a real crowd pleaser. 3. The winner of Cowboys and Indians Day was Kathy Nelson. 4. Jeff Wells and Kevin Willibey race through the human tunnel toward their team bench. 5. The Freshman Float "Murder on the Garrett Express" chugs around the mound. 6. Suzie Fee crowns the newly named Homecoming Queen, Heidi Bowerman. 7. Members of the senior class cheer as their prize winning float approaches. 11HiomecnmunG "ib Flashing lights, screaming sirens, and thunderous cheers filled the air of Angola on Friday, September 24, as the community witnessed the presentation of "That's Entertainment"-Homecoming '76. Under the direction of student council members Judy Douglass and Lynne Hemrick, the festivities surrounding the '76 homecoming were a great success. Activities were initiated on Monday of Spirit Week with the unveiling of Decade Day. Dressed in a colonial outfit, Rhonda Delaney took that day's honors. Clashing costumes were the craze for Tuesday with Mary West a winner in her mismatched outfit. Guns and feathers were the scene Wednesday for Cowboys and Indians Day with the award going to Indian Kathy Nelson. Thursday's rage was for Crazy Hats and Sunglasses with Melinda Goings and her duck hat stealing the show. Complimenting the halls with purple and gold were Friday's winners, Theresa Lamott and Stacy Fulton. Friday's parade was highlighted by the appearance of several antique cars, the Hornet band, fire trucks. Spirit Week winners and a specially designed float submitted by each class suggesting the theme "That's Entertainment". The winning senior float carried out this theme with "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." With the queen candidates and their escorts assembled, last year's queen, Susie Fee, fulfilled her duty by announcing senior Heidi Bower-man as the new homecoming queen. Despite spirits being dampened by the loss to Garrett by a narrow margin of 22-21, Saturday's activities revived these spirits. While students danced and listened to the sounds of Brushfire, the long awaited '76 KEY was distributed bringing "That's Entertainment" to a memorable finish. 121. A new attraction to this year's parade was the float submitted by the cooks. 2. Sheryl Bradley conducts the band in its formation to "Side by Side". 3. While riding in a 1952 Packard, Junior queen candidates Beth Bobay and Betsy Rowland progress through the parade route. 4. The traditional TP.ing of the football coaches' houses was also carried out on Athletic Director Thompson's home. 5. 1976 HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES - STANDING: Betsy Rowland, Nancy Sanders, Kathy Hurd, Kathy Knapp. SITTING: Tracey Smith, Betsy Gaffin, Heidi Bowerman, and Beth Bobay. 6. Despite being behind, Kevin Willibey renders a word of confidence to Quarterback Jim Eberhart. 7. Adding their spirit to the parade are Bindy Zieger and Pam Miller cheering from the back of a bespeckled Pacer.14n II G INI If On December 11, a cold snowy night, over ninety couples gathered at the A.H.S. gymnasium to participate in this year's winter prom. With the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season, the setting of a quiet German village was perfect planning for the Hi-Y's annual Christmas dance. Earth Song of Fort Wayne provided the music creating many different moods for dancing. Highlighting the evening was the crowning of the king, senior George Hefley. Despite the warmth conveyed by the German setting the night's coldness faced everyone as the prom came to a close at midnight. 1. Newly crowned king George Hefley and his date Lauri Carney lead off the king's dance. 2. Silhouetted by her own image, Liat Caruso and Mark Aldrich swing to a fast song. 3. Earth Song, from Ft. Wayne, provides the beat for the night. 4. Between dances Lynne Hemrick and her escort, Kenny Parsell, laugh over a comment from the band. 5. Anxiously awaiting the announcement of the king are the candidates and their dates: George Hefley and Lauri Carney, Vicki Ankenbruck and Terry Ritter, Dave Sanborn and Laura Bunch, Mitch Straw and Kelly Jenkins. 6. To the delight of everyone, cake and punch were served by hostesses Becky Roth and Debbie Shipe.1. Faculty and students were repeatedly greeted by freshly fallen snow and cold temperatures which resulted in a record eleven snow days. 2. The A.H.S. choir under the direction of Nancy Siebold and accompanied by Claudia Newenschwander and Rhonda Walters on the piano, harmonize Christmas carols. 3. Winter activities included a friendly snowball fight between Stacy Fulton and Brian Mason. 4. By waving to the spectators, Santa adds excitement to the Pom Pon girls' kick line during their Christmas performance. 5. Octet members Andrea Mason, Brian Mason, Chana Aldrich, Brad O'Bierne and accompanist Marty Pfieffer prepare to sing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". 6. Entertaining the audience at the Christmas concert is the senior girls' quartet of Sally Shearer, Wendy Arbuckle, Cindy McKnight, and Stacy Fulton. 7. Senior girls express their Christmas greetings with brightly papered lockers, a decorated tree, and a special note to Jesus. 16§ 17of the moon DARK OF THE MOON was one of A.H.S. most dramatic plays and "was the right play for the right people", according to three year director, Mr. Dougherty. Some of the major problems involved in the production were lighting and the memorization of lines, but these hindrances were successfully overcome. Perry Patterson and Barb Sisler, playing the lead roles of John and Barbara Allen, performed a love story about a witchboy who became human for life only if Barbara would be true to nim for a year. An additional conflict was aroused by Marvin Hudgins, Todd Birchman, who also loved Barbara. The climax of the play occured when Barbara tried to keep her agreement with John; however, the townspeople Kressured her into going to larvin. Because of her forced betrayal, John again was a witchboy. 1. During the service. Preacher Haggler, Doug Krantz, rebutes "the mourners" on the bench. 2. The Dark Witch, Kathy Smith, torments Conjur Man, Mike Green, about Johnboy. 3. While taking a break from chores, Barbara Allen and Johnboy discuss their future. 4. Mr. Jenkins (Marty Pfeiffer), Smelicue (Dave Mann), Mr. Summey (Andy Chaudoin), and Floyd Allen (George Schalk) listen to their fellow townsmen discuss the missing ring.Many people from the community felt that THE SOUND OF MUSIC was the best musical ever produced at A.H.S. The music department helped the Thespians finance the play and Mrs. Buse's sewing classes made several of the children's outfits. Stacy Fulton and Pete Grieser, playing the lead roles of Maria ana Captain Von Trapp, showed varied musical talents. Other outstanding roles were played by supporting actors, Doug Krantz and Paige O'Neal. The younger Von Trapp children came from Hendry Park Elementary School and their charm dazzled the crowd. The drama and stagecraft class solved many of the problems of publicity, lighting, set construction, and prop acquisition. 1. Maria comes back after leaving the family and cheers up the Von Trapp children. 2. Chana Aldrich, Wendy Arbuckle, and Paige O'Neal discuss who will be eligible to enter the abbey. 3. Captain Von Trapp sings "There is No Way to Stop It" before breaking his engagement with Elsa. TP m sounD of musicp| |U E. ll ii If-! n33l ii The Angola version of the popular Gong Show was unveiled as the setting for the Thespians' annual Variety Show. M.C. Rick Hammond started the show by introducing the gongers who were Mrs. Cook, George Hefley, Judy Douglass, and Mr. Tokarz. The jeering crowd influenced the judges' decisions by yelling out their opinions of the act being performed. A variety of talents were shown. First place went to "the Boring Brats" (Tom Clausen and JoAnn Bryan) who played their trumpets to the song "Basin Street Blues" while Mr. Dougherty did his "sensuous" burlesque act. Last place went to Barb Sisler, who roller skated around the stage and sang a solo rendition of "Brand New Key". Although many of the acts were gonged, the new Variety Show format was a great success. 1. Barb Sisler sings about her friend's key while roller skating. 2. Before the start of the Gong Show, M.C. Rick Hammond introduces the gongers. 3. Cindy Crimmins bashes Stacy Fulton during their version of an Abbott and Costello skit. 4. The Octet consisting of Marcella Lansford, Jeff Bolin, Mary Beth Rowlett, Perry Patterson, Andrea Mason, Brian Mason, Channa Aldrich, and Doug Krantz harmonize in different keys to "The Goat".1. The girls' chorus sings during the Hawaiian portion of the concert. 2. The soprano section of the choir vocalizes the theme song "Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By". 3. Miss Siebold directs half of the choir during the religious segment. liiie: nit The opening of the spring concert began with the theme song "Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By". A wide variety of entertainment presented a very enjoyable program. Included were songs pertaining to ways of having the good life through such dances as the Charleston, the bus stop, and the square dance. Favorites were "In the Mood", and "Don't Take Away the Music". The boys and girls ensemble sang several songs familiar to the audience such as "Candy Man" and "Everybody Loves a Saturday Night". The Hawaiian favorite "Hukilau" and other selections highlighted by "Close to You" and "Schooldays" composed the girls' chorus section of the program. The girls quartet consisting of Stacy Fulton, Sally Shearer, Wendy Arbuckle, and Cindy McKnight sang "Downtown" and were followed by the choir which sang several religious songs including "Lamb of God", and "Seeking to Become", and a choir favorite, "Operator". The Swingals captivated the audience with six numbers topped by "I Honestly Love You". While they were singing "Celebrate", the entire choir joined in by coming on the stage and finishing with "Just a Bit of Sunshine". 211. George Hefley cuts negatives in the dark room. 2. Don Aronen and Ken Hilton share a joke in choir. 3. After making a speech error Betsy Gaffin bites her tongue. 4. Angola's basketball crowd shows a variety of expressions during a game. 1. Sally Shearer ponders over a math equation. 2. During cheerleading practice, Sandy Bradley awaits Ms. Counterman's next direction. 3. Karen Kelley, Julie Waite, and Robert Murphy point to other members in Latin club during a Christmas game. 4. Mrs. McKeever's witticism entertains Rhonda Walters and Ed Bendezu providing a break in comp, class. 5. Senior, Kathy Hutchins leafs through a college directory in search of the right college.24May seventh, a soft spring night brightened by moonlight with low music in the wind, created this year's Jr.-Sr. Prom, "Nights Are Forever Without You". Presented by the juniors to the seniors as a memory of the past four years, "Nights are Forever" brought joyous smiles to some and tears to others. A good balance between the number of slow and fast dances was accomplished by Snow Prairie Road Band. Roses, colorful paper, and low lignts filled the Inn at Potawatomi creating a quiet scene. The post-prom activity was a showing of "Play It Again, Sam". 1. Enhancing the refreshment table was a beautiful theme coordinated cake. 2. Joe Kyle and Gaye Culbertson were among the 90 couples enjoying the spring prom. 3. Bedecked in this year's "in fashion" of top hats, white tuxs, and canes were Mark Aldrich and George Hefley who escorted Liat Caruso and Sandy Smith. 4. Crowned queen, Heidi Bowerman, receives her scepter from escort Mark Carpenter. 5. Leaving for after prom activities are Jodi Deller and Bob Tobias. 6. Between dances Bruce Golliff whispers to Kathy Hurd. 7. Entranced by the band are Laura Schoep and her date, Larry Gilbert. 8. Accenting the formals of every date were corsages of colorful flowers. 251. French students Doug Krantz, Ed Bendezu, Mark Linsberg, Becky King, and Annette Shiley receive awards from Mrs. Cook. 2. Mr. Max Julian congratulates Bruce Smith the winner of the American Legion Award. 3. Sharing the Valedictorian plaque as they proudly walk to their seats are Marty Carrigan and Perry Patterson. Salutarian is Annette Shiley. 4. Dave Meyers and David Headley won 3rd place in the F.F.A. WKJG T.V. Quiz for agriculture. 5. Senior Lettermen watch for others to receive their awards. 6. A track major award is accepted by Ron Throop at the Spring Awards Banquet. 26American Legion Bruce Smith Stacy Fulton Marty Carrigan March of Dimes Scholarship Barb Sisler Sigma Phi Award Marty Carrigan Perry Patterson Psi Otes Scholarship Deb Somerlott Carrie Whitlock Greg Shoup Sharon Snyder Art Awards Tom Lansford Charles F. Argerbright Scholarship Bruce Smith Yearbook Mark Velkoff Monica Castle Marty Dygert Andrea Mason Home Ec. Award Stacy Fulton Diane Kratz Janet Powers National Math Contest Perry Patterson Latin Awards Brad Bucknam Patty Griffith Outstanding Senior Athlete Butch Bush Agriculture Awards Dave Headley Jim Powell Gene Huss Dan Huss Jeff Rudolph Gary Stroh National Spanish Awards Ed Bendezu Annette Shiley Jean Huffman Perry Patterson Arnita Petre Barb Roerden Channa Aldrich Karen Zimmerman Jeff Haddix Bruce Fouts National French Awards Doug Krantz Ed Bendezu Annette Shiley Becky King N.H.S. Grants Marty Dygert Linda Snyder Randy StrangSenior Lettermen Mark Bradburn Marty Carrigan Marty Dygert Bruce Golliff Jean Huffman Brad Karst Marty Miller Steve O'Beirne Arnita Petre Doug Sanders Bruce Smith Gary Stroh Mark VanWagner Kevin Willibey Butch Bush Cindy Crimmins Dave Field George Hefley Tim Johnson Cindy McKnight Tom Mushett Jon Parker Janet Powers Robert Schmidt Richie Smith Dave Szeman Brent Whitcomb Matt Zimmer Thespian Awards Cindy Crimmins Stacy Fulton Pete Greiser John Hirons Doug Krantz Paige O'Neal Claudia Neuenshwander Most Valuable Players Baseball-Marty Dygert Bruce Smith Golf-Brian Gurzynski Track-Laura Kyle, Dave Ryan Gymnastics-Mark VanWagner Basketball-Cindy McKnight George Hefley Wrestling-David Field Football-Butch Bush Volleyball-Mindy Goings Cross Countrv-Dave Ryan Tennis-Tom Mushett DAR Award Marty Carrigan Tri Kappa Award Doug Krantz Steuben County Women's Club Scholarship Wendy Arbuckle Chemical Engineering Scholarship Bruce Smith State Scholarship Wendy Arbuckle Todd Birchman Marty Carrigan Cindy Crimmins Lisa Cripe Marty Dygert Steve Hauck Steve Hershberger Karen Hurd Brad Karst Doug Krantz Brian Mason Cindy McKnight Perry Patterson Chuck Schall Bruce Smith Linda Snyder Randy Strang1. Accepting Spanish awards are Annette Shiley and Karen Zimmerman. 2. Mr. Sirk hands Tom Mushett the Most Valuable Player award for Tennis. 3. At the Band Banquet, Donna Frisinger presents Cindy McKnight a 1st place trophy for drill down. 4. Mrs. Cook presents the Student Council awards to many students. 5. Gene Huss reads his agriculture certificate as he walks to his seat. 6. The first Outstanding Senior Athlete Award in two years is awarded to Butch Bush by Mr. Thompson. 7. Bob Griffith, Allen Pinkham, Perry Patterson, and Steve Hershberger talk about the Tri-State Math Awards they received. □ □ n n 294 The 100th class to graduate from A.H.S. held their commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 22, 1977 at 2:00 pm. Many relatives and friends watchea 153 seniors receive their diplomas from Patricia Grambling, Lawrence KI ink, or Robert Summers while Mr. Vaughn presented the class. The body of the commencement ceremony consisted of an Invocation given by Brian Mason, and a memorable speech by Marty Dygert recalling the class of 1877 which had less than 10 graduates. Later recollections by Dygert included views on curriculum and extracurricular activities in which "Everybody controls his own destiny." Finishing the commencement was the Benediction of Cindy Crimmins. The graduates wore purple caps and gowns with gold tassels. Each escort presented a white rose which is the class flower to his partner as they passed under the archway to their seats. The high school band played the Processional and Recessional. A very memorable and special musical number "Climb Every Mountain" was sung by Stacy Fulton. Tim Johnson, class president, officiated trie changing of tassels and 153 "Super Seniors" proudly marched out of the gym. Iflfil mUJ HR 1. Marching in the Processional are Judy Douglass and Alan Kiess. 2. Graduating seniors practice Thursday after awards. 3. Graduating seniors stand during the Presentation of the class. 4. Delivering the commencement address is Marty Dygert. 5. Anticipation mounts for Donna Junk and Jon Parker as they walk to their seats. 6. Monica Castle and Jodi Deller laugh while getting ready for the line-up. 7. The 100th A.H.S. graduating class. 8. Rex Parrish Greg Lahnum, and Terry Miller wait to give their escorts a white rose. 31The math department provided many different routes for the students of A.H.S. to follow. General math courses, and advanced math courses were offered. The senior math class had a mini-course on computers which was held at Tri-State University. Several professors from Tri-State also spoke to the class about different advanced math concepts. 1. Mr. Beehler, a professor from Tri-State, talks to the senior math class. 2. While listening attentively Marty Pfeiffer, Bruce Smith, and Sally Shearer prop themselves up. 3. In 4th hour business math class Gene Huss contemplates an answer. 4. Mr. Simons' Algebra I class refer to their books during a class discussion. 36 b 7 dig tradz Twenty-four boys participated in the building trades course offered this year with thirteen and eleven respectively in the morning and afternoon sessions. Located on the corner of Victoria and Randolph the ranch-style house includes a full basement, fireplace, sunken living room and custom cabinets. Despite many weather related delays in scheduling, the program's third home was completed in late May. 1. Eric Babcock, Tom Hancock, Tony Bailey, and Howard McKeever muscle the utility pole into position. 2. From an upside-down position Mark Bradburn hammers the frame together. 3. Terry Ritter and Randy Walsh smile as they work on the house during an afternoon session. 4. Installing the sump pump in the program's first basement are Robert Schmidt and Kevin Willibey. 37Iks-Chanj Stud-dntz The A.H.S. student body was joined by three unique students with foreign backgrounds. These students were Laure Guilmard from France, Junzo Yoshikawa from Japan, and Marty Pfeiffer from Germany. All three were sponsored by the Youth for Understanding Program which was co-ordinated by Mrs. Showalter. In order to become better acquainted with American culture Junzo, Laure and Marty got involved in extra-curricular activities such as: French Club, Chess Club and band. Homes were provided by the Showalters, the Fords and the Shoups for the students to stay in. 1. Junzo Yoshikawa, an advanced P.E. student, prepares to return the volleyball. 2. Concentrating during a chess match in Chess Club is Marty Pfeiffer. 3. Laure Gilmard responds to a question from the front of the French room. 1 M 38'Dri vsrz Ej u 'ka shan Approximately a hundred and ninety-two students with driving permits, along with eight teachers, made use of eights cars donated by Maxton's, L and M Motors, and Bob Ellison Ford for the summer driver education program. This program has been offered toA.H.S. students since 1946. To complete the course six hours of driving and thirty hours of class time are required. Instructors included: Mr. Bassett, Mr. Dygert, Mr. Fleming, Mr. Frymier, Mr. Harter, Mr. Krebs, Mr. Mawbey, and Mr. Snyder. 1. Dodging pylons in Tri-Stale's parking lot is a trying experience for students learning to drive. 2. Tracey Smith, with Renee Barney and Laura Bunch looking on, attempts to jack up her driver education car in the high parking lot. 3. Kim Rogers moves the spare as she prepares to change a tire. 391. Tim Johnson and Paul Golliff listen to various speakers at the Vocation Youth Leadership Conference. 2. Using her typing abilities, Pam Stultz assists teachers with mimeographed work sheets. 3. Co-Op janitor Jerry Bentley sweeps the floors of a Carlin Park classroom. 4. Keynote speaker. Dr. Betty Sawyers, speaks to high school students from four counties attending the Youth Leadership Conference. 5. In the basement of Angola First National Bank, Ed Clouse examines a stack of cancelled checks. 6. David Headley, representing agriculture, speaks at the Employer Appreciation Banquet. 7. The HOE group stops for a picture while visiting the School of Nursing in Ft. Wayne. 40'Ko-'ap The Co-Op students became involved in several major projects encompassing the entire year. On September 30 the fourth annual Vocation Youth Leadership Conference was held at Tri-State with career and occupational exhibits, speakers, and athletic free times. During the home football games VICA again sold carmel apples. To spread Christmas joy to the nursing homes and tne county home, many Co-Op students delivered oranges. On May fourth the Employer Appreciation Banquet at Potawatomi Inn climaxed the year by honoring Angola juniors and seniors of building trades, HOE, ICT, agriculture, VICA and COE. In addition to these activities a regular class was held third hour. The sponsors of the different sections of the complete Co-Op program were: Mr. Walker, Mrs. Crimmins, Mr. Sniadecki, Mr. Heier and Mr. Vaughn. In addition to the regular programs an automechanics course was held at East Noble High School.his tsre The history and social studies department is unique in many ways. Courses offered deal with the past, the present and the future by looking at many different events and at attitudes of people. These classes also use different methods of teaching. The inquiry method of teaching was used by the U. S. history teachers and for some junior high. For goverment, anthropology, world civics, and psychology discussion is used to cover the material. 1. Seniors react humorously to an "off-the-cuff comment in government. 2. Mr. Sirk's first hour U. S. history class listens attentatively to his explanations. 3. Note-taking Involves most members of a world civics class. 4. Kathy Smith concentrates on a test concocted by Mr. Harter. 42'in-glish All graduating seniors have taken at least six semesters of English. For many this included English 9, literature, Compositions 1 and 11, publication, forensic and reading classes. The past two years English 10 has been required of all sophomores. 1. 2. "Juliet" Sanders and "Romeo" Shearer perform the balcony scene in Ms. Counterman's English 9 class. 3. Grammar homework keeps Mrs. Owen's freshman English class occupied. 4. Debbie Herman Armey enjoys one of Mrs. McKeever's frequent jokes. 43Horn ek The home ec. courses offer a wide varity of studies. These range from sewing and cooking to family management and child care. Other studies include trips to a grocery to compare prices and to learn about the right cuts of meat. The boys "bachelor living" course consists of a nine-week food lab, a unit on grooming and manners, and a clothing lab. 1. A home ec. class uses the hallway tables for cutting patterns. 2. Being careful, Linda Nester slices mushrooms for frying. 3. Magaret Lillich and Connie Peppier model their outfits in the winter style show. 4. While cutting his pizza, Dave Ryan wonders if bachelor living will be worth while. 44Fiz Ed And Helth The gym classes have been broadening their scopes to individual sports such as handball, golf, swimming, and bowling. These skills are taught for later use in keeping physically fit. A trip to Favourite Farms and participation in life saving techniques at Hershey Hall pool were the highlights of the health classes. Numerous topics on moral issues were discussed. Various views on abortion were presented by a doctor, lawyer, and minister while other speakers included a probation officer and a woman who spoke on Laetrile. 45lang gwij The main ambition of the language department, according to Mrs. Cook, language department head, is to teach students to accept different cultures and how to communicate with foreign people. To achieve this, different activities have been used. In the fall the French 3's, 4's, and 5's prepared a nine course meal in Mrs. Cook's home. The Spanish classes made a pinata, and scrolls were constructed by second and third year Latin students. In addition to these special activities, classroom work was enhanced by the use of the language lab. 1. Latin students inspect their scrolls. 2. The best part of the French meal for Brian Mason, Jenny Dowe, and Mrs. Cook is enjoying the product of their hard work. 3. Ed Bendezu and Miss Myers search to find a place to hang the pinata. □ 46biz nis The business department, as in years past, offered a wide variety of classes to students in grades 9-12. The intent of the department is to subject business students to as many different commercial and vocational experiences as possible. Mr. John Wysong, a Tri-State University graduate, joined the department this year to help achieve this goal.in-des-tre-dl Industrial technology is the most rapid changing facet of our society. In order to keep up with this changing technology, members of the industrial arts department are constantly updating their curriculum. Tools, repair, and design are taught in the classes because these skills are the foundations of entering the world of work. Although no new classes were added to this year's schedule, the department is planning more hours of advanced classes due to the opening of the middle school. 48 1. While giving advice, Rhonda Cox looks over Monica Lamott's drawing. 2. Mark Van Wagner gets the press in order. 3. Carefully sanding his project, Don DeMara trys to envision how it will turn out. 4. Spark Counterman chooses lettering for his next printing assignment.art Through the window of room 321, one can view the many happenings in the art class. Such activities are pottery, creative crafts, drawing, and painting. However, artistic events are not restricted to the classroom. Mr. Robinson and Mrs. Deardorff collectively took 108 of their students to a regional art contest in Fort Wayne in which five of their students won prizes. While in The Summit City, they also went to an art museum, and an art school. Celebration of National Art Month, which is in March, participation in Art Club, and exhibitions of student art at the school plays were a few of their other activities. 49'5 -ans There are many fields of study in the science department. The required physical science class stressed a combination of different types of science. Horticulture, which is a study of plants, was new to the schedule this year. Greenhouse work, landscaping, and the planning of a garden were among the aspects of this course. Mapping, astronomy, water testing and rock collecting are a few of the areas studied in earth science. Biology and advanced biology provided a knowledge of all living organisms through dissection and microscope work while chemistry and advanced chemistry were involved with chemical reactions and classification of matter and elements. 1. Refracted light catches Jim Eggleston's attention as he looks through a spectroscope. 2. Kim Willibey moves in for a closer look at his dissected frog. 3. Greg Kuhn prepares the scales to weigh a crucible before heating chemicals. 50'Spesh-al Ed. The main interest of the special education teachers is to take students, who are somewhat immature, and give them the skills necessary for later job opportunities. Each sophomore works in the Occupation Experimental Lab. As juniors and seniors they work in tne community for half the day. This allows the student to gain work experience and a chance to earn money. Their basic academics give a practical application of knowledge to succeed in the world of work. 1. Susie Cramp and Dora Sawvel study their science homework. 2. Using his finger as a guide, Joe Jolin reads to the class while Rusty Parrish looks on. 3. Randy Parrish pauses to think over a geography problem. 4. Karen Szeman watches closely as Don Crubaugh creates a sawdust figure. 51'Vo-kdl A variety of faces and voices are combined in the vocal classes. The class is offered to freshmen and sophomore girls and boys, although no boys elected to take the course. Since Miss Siebold often puts stress on tone quality and volume, the class is often considered as training for choir. The girls sang in the Christmas concert and joined the choir in singing “Roundelay Noel". They also performed in the spring concert. 1. Carefully listening to her part being played on the piano is Paige O'Neal. 2. JoAnn Bryan sight reads the "Hawaiian War Chant." 3. The girls vocal classes joyfully spread cheer as they sing carols at the Christmas concert. 52r iw 'Stu-dsnt 'Tech-srs College students enter a new environment while student teaching. They come to Angola not knowing where to go and not quite sure of tneir purpose. They are taught the pros and cons of teaching, but experiencing the real situation can be a shocker. Sharlee Deller, math student teacher, had no problems in class preparations and found the concept of teaching exciting, but the actual fact was quite a letdown when she observed the disrespect of the younger students. Connie Pardue enjoyed being a student teacher in the art department. She is qualified to teach K-12, but prefers the high school because they can get more involved in their work. English student teacher. Denny Altenburger made mistakes but learned from them. He felt teaching was a lot of work but after he got into the swing of things, he enjoyed it. Mr. Altenburger also helped Mr. Wysong with the cross-country team and, being a four year trackman at TSU, would like to coach a track team. Mark Hammon, music student teacher, not only taught vocal at the high school but also taught 1st, 2nd, and 6tn grades at Carlin Park. Mr. Hammon likes teaching the younger children because they have no inhibitions and more respect. Other student teachers included Pam Dodge in health and P.E. and Karen Frary in math. 1. In her spare time, Connie Pardue pour paints one of her projects for an art school requirement. 2. After teaching the choir the songs "River of Jordon" and "If Tomorrow Never Comes", Mark Hammon directs them at the joint band and choir concert. 3. Denny Altenburger finds sitting in back of a teacher's desk is a lot different than sitting in front of it as he fills out his lesson plan for the upcoming week. 53What Makes Angola High School Tick? There are 336 people employed by the M.S.D. of Steuben County. A surprising number, but very real. There are the bus drivers, the teachers, the administration and many, many more. Each of these 336 people play a major role in the operation of our school. Since 1932 Angola High School has been in full swing. That is forty-five years. In 1961 A.H.S. added a large new industrial arts-gym-music building. For 1977 the system has added a new middle school. Each year the school system gets bigger, we have more buildings, more teachers and a better learning environment for all the students.1. Mr. Bassett demonstrates the use of the ban saw. 2. Director Frisinger acknowledges the crowds' applause during the Christmas Concert. 3. BUS DRIVERS-FRONT ROW: Lois Snyder, Thelma Tritch, Jim Swift, Dora Snyder, Toby Libey, George Coney, Donelda Hantz, Jesse Greenamyer. ROW 2: Richard Bruner, Don Wyatt, Clifton Nilson, Janice Nilson, Phyllis Coney, Helen Linnemier, Roger Parks. 4. Mr. Dougherty and Mr. Vaughn are engrossed in a Student Council proposal for an activity schedule. 5. Mr. Kelley is caught sliding down the banister. 6. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Claude Davis, Lawrence Klink, Pat Gramling, Burdette Hall, Bob Summers. 7. Super homemaker Mrs. Trennepohl cuts out a pattern. 8. A late incoming student draws the famous Harter glare. 9. Mr. Wright explains a chemistry concept to his class. 10. Checking the activity schedule are Mr. Hoch-stedler and Mrs. Nedele. 571. Hard hats are the attire for A.H.S. administrators working on the middle school. They are: Gene Julian, Mr. McCutchan, Mr. Schock, and Mr. Weaver. 2. Miss Merillat is diligently working in the guidance office. 3. Using his mathmatical skills, Mr. Robinson shows facts and figures pertaining to health. 4. From the look on her face, Mrs. Owens enjoys teaching Mystery and Suspense. 5. Coach Simon concentrates on the defensive tactics of the team. 6. Mrs. Cook says, "Call me madam." 7. CAFETERIA STAFF: Floyd Deitz, Marilyn Penick, Margerite Harter, Marcia Silberg, Dortha Shawver, Elda Mortoff, Ruth Anspaugh, and Sharon Olinsky. 8. Jr. high guidance counselor. Miss Lautzenhiser, makes a contact by phone. 9. Alert students listen to Mr. Fiandt's description of Homo heildelber-genis. These People Do ...596 1. Senior Math teacher Mr. Dygert records key points made by a guest speaker. 2. Mrs. Buse spends much time at the harness track with her horse. Shore Hanover. 3. On the Davidson offset press Mr. Heier prints a HORNET issue. 4. School nurse Mrs. Fulton listens to a student accident report. 5. Grading Comp I papers is a favorite pastime of Mrs. McKeever. 6. Mr. Scott's do-it-yourself project this year was building a stone wall. 7. An agriculture report intrigues Mr. Walker. Mary Jane Kruse 61Mary Ann Hauck Susan Heier James Ingledue Sara King Marilyn Myers Carroll Nesbitt Neil Robinson Jerry Rodman Madeline Schubert LeRoy Shutt Richard Simon 1. Mr. Hammel is in the process of explaining formulas to his Algebra II students. 2. Awaiting an answer from a student is Mr. Wysong. 3. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Lowe check out a book for a student. 4. Mr. Krebs watches a Drafting I student construct a packing gland. 5. A Christmas poinsetta was a gift of appreciation from Mrs. Spoolstra's students. 6. While skiing at Shuss Mountain, Mr. Steven's beard has become overgrown with ice. Joe Sirk Barbara Sisler Clem Sniadecki David Snyder Adrian Thalls Betty Thalls Don Tokarz 63 1. Mr. Simons impresses upon his students the importance of algebra. 2. The Voice of the Marching Hornets, Mr. Vaughn, emceed at various school activities. 3. Miss Siebold sings along with the choir to "Joyous Christmas." 4. Attending to the many secretarial needs of the administration office are Fran Atha, Susan Hobbs, Carol Rozell and Mary Sanders. 5. Coach Mawbey calls in an offensive play. 6. Broken arm and all. Miss Counterman sneaks out of the ladies' room. 7. Mrs. Bendezu ponders a question asked by a student. 8. Assistant principal Mr. Thompson polices the hall from a vantage point. MEN W 65U P E R HP e Ini fc. 100 th Q p| Ini Ini 1. Brad Karst receives a helping hand while doing his homework. 2. Several of the senior guys listen to the nominations for Christmas king candidates. 3. Release time for Karen Roerden and Linda Sattison is used for studying. 4. The super seniors gather enmasse in their senior hall. 5. Here is an overlook of the '77 graduation invitations. 6. Pam Stultz casually awaits the arrival of another mimeographing job. 7. Andy Chaudoin, Judy Presley, Lisa Cripe and Mark Beck share a joke during the lunch hour.1. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Heidi Bowerman, Sec. Treas.; Tim Johnson , Pres.; Matt Zimmer, V. Pres. 2. Kelly Glenn and Ed Clouse take a break during the Co-op Four-County Youth Leadership Rally at Tri State. Wendy Arbuckle Deb S. Herman Armey Rocky Bo Armey Donald L. Aronen Eric G. Babcock Tony Bailey Julie Kay Baker Darlene Kay Beck Mark A. Beck Todd W. Birchman Jeffrey T. Bolin Heidi Jo Bowerman 68Mark Bradburn Laura Bucknam Harold Edwin Bush Kelle Patricia Carney Cheri Lynn Carpenter Martin D. Carrigan Monica Lynn Castle Jeff Champion Andrew Arthur Chaudoin Susan Chrysler Curtiss Clester Ed Clouse Donna Lou ConeyTfflTlB KIMBERLY J. COPE SPARK E. COUNTERMAN STEVEN D. CRAIN ROBERT CRAMP CYNTHIA MARIE CRIMMINS LISA M. CRIPE ROBERT SCOTT DAVID JODI ANNE DELLER DEBRA SUE DELUCENAY DIANE MARIE DEMARA JUDY A. DOUGLASS STEVE DUNLAP MARTIN E. DYGERT RENEE RUTH DYGERT KATHY JO EARLES COLEEN KAY EMENHISER 701. While fellow seniors concentrate on the class meeting, Robert Cramp, George Hefley, Steve O'Beirne and Masudur Rahman are distracted. DENNIS EYSTER FARHOUMAND FARID DAVE J. FIELD REBECCA LELA FORD RICK FOSTER CARRIE FRALEY STACY E. FULTON LASHELL K.GAFF KELLY 0. GLENN BRUCE A. GOLLIFF RAY GREEN LAURE GUILMARD TRISHA HAIFLEY SHERRY DAWN HAIFLEY SERENA HAMMOND MARY B. HANCOCK 71I STEVE A. HAUCK DAVID GENE HEADLEY GEORGE W. HEFLEY LYNNE CAROL HEMRICK STEVEN T. HERSHBERGER SUSAN MARIE HOLMAN JEAN A. HUFFMAN SUSAN VENETTE HULL KAREN HURD JOHN HUTCHINS KATHLEEN GAY HUTCHINS TERESA JOHNSON JAMES TIMOTHY JOHNSON DONNA JUNK BRADFORD PAUL KARST ALAN J. KIESS 721. The Josten representative explains his selection of graduation invitations. 2. Jim Powell experiences the works of a plate burner. 3. Playing cards is a serious matter to Scott Kilgallon. SCOTT KILGALLON RITA KLINE BRUCE KLINK TAMMIE JO KLINK KATHY SUE KNAPP DOUGLAS WARREN KRANTZ FRENCHE SHERRE KUNSMAN GREG LAHNUM MARGARET LILLICH KIM ANN LOVELL DUNCAN ALBERT MAC RAE DAVID W. MANN BILLY MASON 73TO flfCRLL BRIAN 0RMSBV MASON CYNTHIA MARiE MCKNIGHT REBECCA SUE MICK FRANK MORTON JAMES MURDEN THOMAS MUSHETT DENNY MYERS STEPHEN PATRICK O'BEIRNE LINDA MARIE OLIVER JON WILLIAM PARKER PERRY L. PATTERSON REX PARRISH ARNITA L. PETRE MARTIN PFEIFFER CAROLE PIS2KER JAMES E. POWELL 741. After marching off the football field, Diane DeMara, Deb Armey, and Julie Baker laugh about their missteps. JANET ELLEN POWERS JUDITH ANN PRESLEY PEGGY PYNE MASUDUR RAHMAN LINDA A. RANDO LPH CHERI RIPPE KAREN LOUISE ROERDEN DOUGLAS P. SANDERS LINDA KAY SATTISON DIANE SCHAEFER BARBARA A. SCHALK CHARLES EDWARD SCHALL ROBERT L. SCHMIDT LAURA ANN SCHOEP DAVID L. SEVITS SALLY DAWN SHEARER 75ANNETTE J. SHILEY CARL C. SHORT BARBARA JO SISLER BRUCE HAROLD SMITH KATHY SMITH RICHARD D. SMITH WALTER SMITH JUDY SNYDER LINDA SUE SNYDER RENEE DENICE SPURGEON KEN BRUCE NELSON STOKES RANDY STRANG GARY WAYNE STROH PAM MARIE STULTZ MARY R. SWINIUCH DAVE J. SZEMANIll III III III MARK R. VAN WAGNER ROBERTA K VAN WAGNER CHUCK VILDERS RANDY LYNN WALSH NEAL WELDON DENNIS WENZEL BRENT E. WHITCOMB LOREE RAE WILCOX CHERYL ANN WILKINS KEVIN D. WILLIBEY MARK A. WILLIS ELIZABETH ANN WILTCindy Adams Mark Aldrich Vicki Ankenbruck Scott Anthrup Ron Aronen Sherri Beattie Jerry Bentley Beth Bobay Clay Bowerman Glenn Bowman Jay Bradburn Chris Brainard Craig Brooks Patti Bruner Brad Buckman Mike Burd Dave Byrne 78 1. Before chemistry, Mark Sanborn quenches his thirst. 2. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Kathy Newman, Sec.; Brad O'Beirne, V. Pres.; Scott Fouts, Pres.; Cindy Disbro, Treas. 3. On stage, George Schalk portrays a mountain yokel. 4. Paul Golliff contemplates the cover of his co-op text book. 5. Mike Burd admonishes his classmate for being late. r Dale Case Jeanna Caywood Don Clark Diane Coburn Debbie Cole Terry Collins Dave Cook Jenny Cook Doug Crooks Richard Crone Mike Curtis Liz Curtis Scott Dayhoff Meg Dipert Cindy Disbro Harry Dove Jenny Dowe Tammy Drew Jim Eberhart Jim Eggleston Beth Emerick Kelli Etzler Scott Fouts Bruce Foutz Laura Fraley Randy Fry Stephanie Fuller Todd Glenn 79Paul Golliff Pete Grieser Bob Griffith Duane Gurtner Scott Hackett Jeff Haddix Rick Hammond Tom Hancock A 1 A'ltt Laura Hauck Susan Headley Carol Higbee Ruth Hill Ken Hilton Rick Horr Larry Huffman Roger Huscher Gene Huss Roger Jetmore Matt Karst Karen Kelley Amy Knecht Diana Kratz Cathy Kuckuck Greg Kuhn Joe Kyle 801. Working in the concession stand, Diane Coburn mentally tallies the cost of a customer's bill. 2. In French class Lyn Scneidhorst corrects her homework. 3. During play practice, Rick Hammond follows his script. 4. Lisa Straw ponders over her precis assignment. Marcella Lansford John Long Penny Lonsbury Sheryl Lovell Denise Mann Kim Martin Renae Martin Andrea Mason Brenda McAfee Kim McBride Marty Miller John Moonen Cathy Nagler Claudia Neuenschwander Kathy Newman Steve Newman Tim Nixon Brad O'Beirne Judy Ohls Randy Olinske Cindy Ordway Ginger Painter Kathy Parks Denny Penick Kathy Peppier Allen Pinkham Bill Privett 8182 Julie Reese Lynn Reese June Rhoads Guy R idenour Rod Ridenour Shawnee Riesen Terry Ritter Karen Roth Betsy Bow land Billy Ryan Dave Ryan Mark Sanborn Karen Sattison Sharon Sattison Lori Schaefer Vic Schaeffer George Schalk Mark Schultz Melissa Scott Doug Shawver Debbie Shipe Lori Shumaker Julie Simons Sandy Somerlott Scott Sprague Lisa Straw Brenda Stock Randy Strock Barb Sumney Jayne Szeman Pat Taylor Ron ThroopJim Timpe Janie Waite Julie Waite Dave Walter Beth Walter Rhonda Walters Tim Wattier Josetta Weaver Jeff Wells Mary West Ginny Whitlock Mike Wilcox Kim Willibey 1. A special basketball half-time guest of the pom-pon corps is the Fonz portrayed by Brad O'Beirne. 2. Barb Sumney ponders her homework assignment for Comp. I. 3. Latin club member Kathy Nagler recounts her experiences from a summer Latin seminar. 4. Mr. Simons, junior class sponsor, works diligently in the consession stand. 5. Spellbound by the action on the basketball court, manager Meg Dipert pours water for the team members. Jay Young Julia Young 83Pamela Adams Ron Albright Channa Aldrich Abu Ahmed Amanullah Anna Arnett Janelle Atha Todd Austin Kevin Baker Marca Bane Joann Bartlow Terry Bender Jan Bledsoe Jennifer Bork Tina Bowerman Sheryl Bradley Debbie Breese JoAnn Bryan John Bussing Steve Byrne Rod Canon Lauri Carney Kevin Carson 841. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Chuck Fouts, Sec.-Treas.; Lauri Carney, Pres.; Dave Sanborn, V. Pres. 2. Gaye Culbertson listens intently as the English assignment is explained. 3. Billy Simmons discusses a science concept. 4. Chuck Penix studies his music. Wayne Caswell Duane Clark Michael Clausen Diana Cole Doug Coney Kathy Cook Donald Counts Rhonda Cox Susie Cramp Deb Crooks Gaye Culbertson David Curtis Charles Damron Steven Davis Rocky DeLaney Steve DeLucenay Cindy DeMuth Jamie Donigan Michael Enyeart Vonda Erwin Robin Faulkner Tony Fiedler Mike Field Larry Fifer Stacy Flora Brenda Forbes Steve Ford 85Chuck Fouts Chris Fraley Lynda Frederick Aimee Frisinger Dave Fritz Kelly Gaff Betsy Gaff in Roxanna Gall Cindy Gawlik Lori Gecowets Melinda Goings Shannon Goings Teresa Goings Leslie Graves Patti Griffith Dwight Gurtner Brian Gurzynski Mike Ham Lourie Hantz Richard Hart Mike Hastreiter Kathy Hiler Wes Hindman Bob Hipskind John H irons Judy Horr Sue Howell Cindy Hufnagle Kathy Hurd Kevin Hurd Dan Huss Joe Jolin Michele Julian Tish Kaiser Paul Kennedy 86Becky King Val Klinger Fred Klink Lauri Klink Larry Kuhn Theresa Lamott Mike Lanning Sherrie Latson John Leslie Phil Leslie Virginia Lillich Leisa Link Mark Linsberg Susan Loomis Penny McKinley Steve McNaughton Phillip Means Rhonda Meek Dave Meyers Pam Miller Becky Mills Diane Moody Mike Moor Perry Moore Melody Morton Walter Mortorff Robert Murphy Rick Myers Robin Nagler Greg Nelson Linda Nester Kim Nixon 8788 Richard Nixon Lee Olinske Paul Oliver Paige O'Neal Jim O'Quinn Madonna O'Quinn Cheryl Ordway Carol Ordway Holly Ort Rusty Parrish Mike Patterson Cindy Pelletier Rick Penick Chuck Penix Ted Petersen Patty Potts Jill Powell Scott Pressler Stuart Reese Tracy Riesen Bob Ritenour Dan Ritter Barb Roerden Doug Romine Mary Rowlett Brian Rudolph Jeff Rudolph Gregg Russell Dave Sanborn Eric Sauter Dora Sawvel John Schneidhorst Ed Schwarz Bill SelmanSusan Senger Vaughn Shadle Sara Sharp Julie Shawver Billy Simmons Becky Smith Sandy Smith Dan Snyder Kevin Snyder Sharon Snyder Deb Somerlott Terry Sorg Dan Squier Jeff Stackhouse Pam Stahl Sandy Steele Karen Stock Rusty Strang Steve Strong Karen Stuart Todd Stultz Barb Sturtz John Tibbs Pam Tuttle Kirk Van Wagner Marty Vilders Jeff Waite Myra Wallace Joni Waltke Joe Weaver Brady Wells Carrie Whitlock Jim Wilcox Michelle Zdawczyk Belinda Zeiger Kent Zepick Karen ZimmermanTodd Aldrich Penny Alleshouse Brenda Ankenbruck Elmer Baker Renee Barney Kevin Beard Todd Beer Danny Bentz Kevin Best Beth Birchman Brian Blum Chris Bolin Jana Bork Sandy Bradley Mike Brainard Scott Brande berry Debbie Brown Laura Bunch Chris Burd Joyce Bush Mary Carrigan Teddie Carroll Liat Caruso Jill Caswell Guy Charman Cathy Chi I cote Gene Chilcote Rita Chrysler Ann Church Matt Clark Tom Clausen Nick Cleckner Mark Coleman 901. Dan Piatek practices on his saxophone. 2. During the joint halftime routine with the New Haven Highlights, Nancy Sanders kicks up a show. Diane Coney Jodie Cook Raelynn Cox Rosemarie Crubaugh Chuck Curtis Richelle Dalrymple Irene Damron Rhonda Delaney Jill Deller Jeff Dodd Tom Dolan Charles Dowe Leanne Dowell Julie Drew Barry Emerick Vickie Engle Missy Enyeart Kathryn Erpelding Jerry Fair Dennis Florentine Jodi Forbes Denver Freed Michael Garr Bill Gibson Margo Goings Dee Golliff Mike Green Chris Griffiths Richard Hall Frank Hall Michele Ham Orrin Hantz Mike Hantz Julie Headley 91Sara Headley Tammy Hekter Heidi Hensel Dennis Herman Barb Higbee David Hiler Alan Hilton Todd Hinman Steve Hornbrook Sherri Horr Mark Houlton Diane Howell Valerie Huffman Denise Hunter Ron Huscher Chris Inman Tim Jack Kelly Jenkins Brenda Jetmore Kirk Johnson Steve Kaiser Doug Kiesel Tom Kiesel Shelley King Tim King Susan Kirkman 1. Bob Shearer precisely draws his assignment for Drafting I. 2. Miss Doub explains the rules of basketball to her freshman girls' gym class. 3. Manning the "freshman tables" at the beginning of lunch hour are- CLOCKWISE: Laura Bunch, Chris Wor-man, Gracie Osborne, Sandy Bradley, Laura Kyle, Renee Barney, Kelly Jenkins, and Kirk Johnson. 92Mindy Kramer Linda Kruckeberg Steve Kuhn Laura Kyle Monica Lamott Thomas Lansford Paula Latson Jeff Leslie Monica Lillich Karl Lin Cindy Martin Jim Martin Linda Martin Terry McKee D.J. McKnight Leslie Moonen Marina Morales Janet Morton Mike Morton Anne Mushett Lavonne Myers Kathy Nelson Gina Nester Chris Nicholson Jayne Nilson Laura Nix Theresa Oliver Gracie Osborne Brenda Overgaard Lori Painter Sheri Parks Brynn Parrish Shane Patterson 93Michelle Penick Connie Peppier Leanne Peterman Lynn Peterman Mark Petersen Betty Petre Dan Piatek Mike Placek Jerry Powell Debbie Prowant David Pyne Kurt Rakestraw Kathy Ray Teresa Ray Alex Reynolds Todd Roberts Kim Rogers Becky Roth Rudy Rowe Jay Ruckel Nancy Sanders Kevin. Sauter Scott Sawvel Tammy Schaeffer John Schlup Larry Schoep Tom Schwarz Jeff Shadle Bob Shearer Ron Shipe Michael Shoup Norman Shoup Chris Shumaker Nate Simons 1. Barry Emerick gets his lesson for Mrs. Owens' class read in the gym. 2. Chuck Penix and Tracey Smith highlight halftime. 3. John Schlup runs his Deere through a hugh drift. ffarvkinri 94Tim Simons Scott Sirk Dave Slater Tracey Smith Janet Snyder Kevin Stock Diane Stoudinger Mitchell Straw Tim Strawser Sandra Swiniuch Don Szeman Aaron Taylor Ronnie Tritch Kevin Underwood Mark Velkoff Don Walter Marie Waltmire Tom Wattier Michael Weaver John Weber Elizabeth Weiss Hoyt White Barry Wilcox Diane Willeman Jeff Wogoman Jack Wolfe Jim Wolf Claudia Woodruff Chris Worman Greg Worman Dan Wyatt Phil Zimmer 95C4ll§fliiNK§The junior varsity built consistantly through four consecutive losses and capped the season off with two lopsided victories, to nail down a 2-4 record. The offense, lead by quarterback Bill Selman and running backs Bill Simmons and Dave Sanborn, exploded in the final contests, scoring 18-0 and 26-0 wins. A stallwart defense recorded two shutouts and allowed an average of less than a touchdown per game. The ability of each player to direct his personal talent for the good of the team was the outstanding characteristic of the freshman football team. Despite team unity, untimely mental mistakes proved to be a stumbling block for an undefeated season as the team finished with a 4-2 record . First year Coach Bill Bollier feels that with this group's above-average athletic ability they will make a super varsity team in future years. 981. Freshman quarterback Shane Patterson calls signals as he checks the Knight defense. 2. Cutting against the grain Kevin Best turns upfield. 3. Reserve quarterback Bill Selman winds up for the bomb. 4. Kevin Beard throws the lead block for Shane Pati rson on a sweep. 5. Jay Ruckel punts the Hornets out of a deep hole against DeKalb. 6. DeKalb's defensive view as they try to stop a Hornet drive at the goal line. 7. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL- FRONT ROW: Manager Jeff Wogoman, Alex Reynolds, Ron Tritch, Steve Kuhn, Dennis Herman, Ron Shipe, Rick Hall. ROW 2: Chris Bolin, Matt Clark, Jay Ruckel, Phil Zimmer, Greg Worman, Kevin Beard, BACK ROW: Coach Bollier, Scott Sirk, Shane Patterson, Kevin Best, Larry Schoep, Dave Hiler, Mitch Straw. 1-0 — J.VtiOL • — ' ___ ,s 5 6 piiii 7 '«oi --A1. Bruce Golliff rests while the defense takes over. 2. Fading back to pass, Jim Eberhart spots his receiver. 3. With plenty of blocking upfront, Bruce Smith powers up the middle. 4. VA RSIT Y FOOTBA LL-FRONT ROW: Ron Throop, Marty Miller, Chuck Penick, Steve Newman, George Hefley, Jim Eberhart, Tom Hancock, Bob Murphy. ROW 2: Matt Karst, Dave Szeman, Dave Sanborn, Greg Kuhn, Brad Karst, Dale Case, Bruce Smith, Mark Sanborn, Jeff Wells, Doug Sanders, Joe Weaver, Mike Patterson, Mark Linsberg, Bill Simmons, Kent Zepick, Mike Ham, Bill Selman, BACK ROW: Rob Schmidt, Kevin Willibey, Mark Aldrich, Paul Goliff, Harry Dove, Matt Zimmer, Tim Johnson, Butch Bush, Doug Crooks, Bruce Golliff, Todd Glenn, Jay Young, Guy Ridenour. 5. All-area split Bruce Bush goes up for an Eberhart aerial. The varsity football squad became the first Angola team in any sport to gain a conference title since 1963. The Hornets did so with good team play and a powerful offense which virtually rewrote the record book. Team rushing, passing and scoring marks all fell during the 6-4 season and junior Jim Eberhart captured both season and career passing honors. Senior split end Butch Bush now holds the receiving record for one season as he and Eberhart hooked up in many key situations during thePlagued by a lack of experience ana a year-round program, plus the late arrival of several team members, the cross country squal suffered through a frustrating season. However, first year coach John Wysong feels that a winning program is inevitable with experience, hard work, and the continuing steady improvement shown this year. Team awards were given to most aluable player, Dave Ryan, most improved runner, Alan Hilton, and to Captain Richie Smith. 1. Gaining momentum from the hill, Alan Hilton glides over the rough terrain. 2. Richie Smith maintains his lead on the distant runners. 3. CROSS COUNTRY--FRONT ROW: Jamie Wilcox. ROW 2: Carl Lin, Barry Emerick, Alan Hilton. BACK ROW: Richie Smith, Mike Burd, Dave Ryan, Coach Wysong, Brady Wells, Manager Barry Wilcox. 102In their first varsity season, the girls' tennis team completed their competition with a 0-7 record. The squad's major problem was inexperience which was proven when they played against opponents that had teams in years past. As time progressed, all members of the team had much better technique and stronger competitive play. "For our first varisty season we were able to compete against the other teams which was my major goal," commented Coach Tony Wright. "We also showed great improvement. If the girls continue to work at tennis, we should have a strong team in the future. I would like to especially thank the seniors for helping to start the program this year — Cindy Crimmins, Cindy McKnight, Janet Powers, and Arnita Petre." MHU6U63 lull aluai 1. GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM - FRONT ROW: Mary Jane Carrigan, Michelle Zdawczyk, Kathy Erpelding, Janet Powers, and Kim Nixon. ROW 2: Pam Miller, Jana Bork, Jennifer Bork, Diane Stoudinger, Heidi Hensel, Arnita Petre, and Leisa Link. BACK ROW: Ginny Whitlock, Kathy Peppier, Cindy McKnight, Julie Shawver, Jenny Dowe, Cindy Crimmins, Beth Walter, and Susan Kirkman. 2. Concentrating on her form, Kathy Peppier smashes a serve to her East Noble opponent. 3. Julie Shawver leans into her forehand for more power. 1. Marty Carrigan leaps to return the ball with an overhand smash against his opponent from Homestead. 2. TENNIS TEAM-LEFT TO RIGHT: Duane Clark, Marty Carrigan, Joe Kyle, Brad Bucknam, Richie Smith, Tom Mushett, Scott Hackett, Mike Wilcox, and Barry Emerick. CENTER: Coach Wright. 3. Reaching out for a backhand, Scott Hackett demonstrates the style which helped him compile a 10-9 record. 4. In a singles match, Richie Smith uses his backhand stroke to volley against his Homestead opponent. 5. Duane Clark awaits the serve of his doubles partner, Joe Kyle. • tt t { ♦'»ii Uj U i ' ..IBjiS “if n f f H Despite the loss of five graduated sen- • iors resulting in team inexperience, this year's tennis team played excellent tournament matches. Through great desire, the netters recorded a strong 3rd place finish in the conference, were runnerups at the Bremen Invitational, lost in the second round of sectionals to Bishop Dwenger, the eventual champions, and won the Fresh-men-Sophomore Tournament at Howe. In this tournament Duane Clark was the singles champion and the doubles team of Kevin Carson andGreg Russell was second. Joe Kyle recorded the best winning percentage with a 14-4 record, closely followed by Tom Mushett's 14-5. Coach Wright feels that "the team is not near its full potential yet, but it has taken a step in the right direction." 104This year's cheerleaders brought a lot of enthusiasm and spirit to the crowd as they built mounts of great height and incorporated tumbling and gymnastics into their cheers. The girls started their year in the summer by attending various camps. The varsity squad attended St. Mary's College, located in South Bend, where they were taught stunts and mounts in a gymnastics class, three cheers a day, and were then evaluated each night for their day's work. In developing their various mounts the bases, Robert Schmidt, Bruce Smith, Dave Byrne, Greg Kuhn, and Tim Johnson, played an instrumental function._x It ffuuttlltt 1. FRESHMEN CHEER LEADERS-FRONT ROW: Barb Higbee, Sandy Bradley, Dee Golliff. BACK ROW: Valerie Huffman, Laura Kyle. 2. Girls scale their bases to form the "Climb to the Top" cheer. 3. To inspire enthusiasm, freshmen, junior varsity, and varsity cheerleaders collaborate during the homecoming pep session. 4. Betsy Gaffin gives a discouraging look at our homecoming game. 5. Pausing for a side line cheer, Julie Simons watches a fellow cheerleader. 6. "Push on Through" is a cheer heard at the New Haven game. 7. During a pep session, Laura Kyle precariously mounts on her base, Shane Patterson, while cheering the Hornets on to a victory. 8. VARSITY CHEER LEADERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: Heidi Bowerman, Debbie Shipe, Kathy Knapp, Diane Kratz, Julie Simons. 9. Three year veteran and captain, Kathy Knapp smiles joyfully at a home football game. 10. JUNIOR VARSITY-FROM THE TOP DOWN: Betsy Gaffin, Pam Miller, Pam Adams, Belinda Zeiger, and Sue Howell.1. VOLLEYBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mary Carrigan, Tina Bowerman, Kathy Peppier. ROW 2: Cindy Adams, Mindy Goings. ROW 3: Arnita Petre, Barb Sunmey, Brenda Stock, Coach Nedele. ROW 4: Manager Amy Koom-ler, Mary Swiniuch, Karen Stock, Assistant Coach Powers. BACK ROW: Sue Swiniuch, Lori Shumaker, Carol Higbee. 2. In an effort to initiate a spike, Carol Higbee bumps to the front row. 3. Arnita Petre serves into an awaiting East Noble defense. 4. A powerful spike is a valuable asset in volleyball as shown by Mindy Goings. 5. Teammates congratulate each other after winning the opening game.The volleyball squad showed skii technique, and a desire to win. Captains Carol Higbee and Kathy Peppier provided the girls with spirit and leadership, while Peppier and Mindy Goings contributed a tremendous a-mount to the team in the areas of ability, effort, and sportsmanship. Being able to combine six members into a winning "team" effort was the only downfall this season, as the squad compiled a 5-8 record. Highlights of the season were the hosting of the NEIAC Conference Tournament and the team's best performance in a defeat by Bishop Luers. In sectionals the team was eliminated in the first round by Eastside. In evaluating the season. Coach Rita Nedele stated, "This was our best season yet. Mr. Powers, our assistant coach, gave the team a new lift. He brought new techniques and a lot of effort to the team. His ability gave the girls a model and a goal to work toward. The girls put out a lot of effort, but could not put it together 100% for a team. This year laid the foundation for winning teams in the years to come."The Freshman basketball team shrugged off occasional cold shooting and surged on to an 11-4 record. The team was charged by a solid starting five, with all of the statistical categories ending in close races. Matt Clark was top scorer with 126 points, Jay Ruckel led in field goal percentage at 43%, and the high rebounder for the season was Kevin Beard. The Junior Varsity was keyed by Clay Bowerman and Brady Wells en route to a 1 0-8 season. Bowerman led the team in scoring, rebounding, field goal %, and free throw %, including a 23 for 23 free throw performance at Bluffton. Wells was the quarterback of the team, playing point guard, and leading the team in assists while scoring a 13 point per game scoring average. no1. Matt Clark springs high for a jumper. 2. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM--TOP: Jay Ruckel, Matt Clark, Todd Aldrich, Kevin Beard, John Loffer, Kevin Stock, Coach Bollier, Scott Hantz, Scott Sirk, Greg Worman, Mike Garr, Bob Shearer, Mitch Straw, Alan Hilton, Berry Emerick, Tom Dolan, Dave Hiler, Manager Charlie Dowe, Kirk Johnson, Tom Wattier, Manager Shane Patterson. 3. Leading the fast break. Jay Ruckel drives for the bucket. 4. J-V BASKETBALL TEAM —FRONT ROW: Betsy Gaffin, Pam Miller, Sue Howell, Pam Adams, Belinda Zieger. BACK ROW: Manager Barry Wilcox, Bill Simmons, Terry Bender, Brian Gurzynski, Tim Wattier, Brady Wells, Clay Bowerman, Stu Reese, Coach Wysong. 5. Brady Wells puts a suspended lane move on the defense. 6. Clay Bowerman guns for the hoop. 7. Going up for the power rebound is Bill Simmons.Captained by Butch Bush, George Hefley, and Jim Eberhart, the Hornets obtained their first winning season in 14 years by securing an 11-9 record. Included in the win column were two victories which clinched the Steuben County Tournament championship, the first tournament victory in 14 years. Scoring was led by second team all-NEIAC forward Jeff Stackhouse while Butch Bush pitched in with 125 assists and George Hefley and Mark Aldrich pulled down the most rebounds. Obtaining the Most Valuable Player award was Senior George Hefley while a special spirit award was given to four year manager Jon Parker. 1. Mark Aldrich, Jeff Stackhouse, Jim Eberhart, and George Hefley surround their Eastside opponent while scrambling for a rebound. 2. In the away game against Prairie Heights, Butch Bush leaps into the air for a jump shot. 3. FRONT ROW-LEFT TO RIGHT: Jamie Wilcox, Jon Pakrer, Mark Linsberg. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coaches John Wysong and Don Harter, Head Coach Basil Mawbey. BACK ROW: Brady Wells, Bill Selman, Jeff Stackhouse, Matt Karst, Jim Eberhart, George Hefley, Butch Bush, Mark Aldrich, Harry Dove, Kevin Carson, Clay Bowerman, and Brian Gurzynski. 4. George Hefley moves for rebounding position as Jim Eberhart guns for two.1. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Monica Lamott, Coach Mindy Dygert, Lori Shumaker. ROW 2: Mary Carrigan, Cindy McKnight, Arnita Petre, Tish Kaiser, JoAnn Bryan, Lynda Frederick, Jan Bledsoe, Meg Dipert, mgr. ROW 3: Elizabeth Weiss, Margo Goings, Kathy Peppier, Barb Sumney, Mindy Goings. BACK ROW: Carol Higbee, Mary Ann West, Beth Walter, Jana Bork, Josetta Weaver, Jean Huffman, Julia Young. 2. Speeding down the floor, Arnita Petre leads the fast break. 3. Jan Bledsoe hustles to trap the ball handler. A. Against the De-Kalb defense, Cindy McKnight puts up a quick jump shot. 5. Josetta Weaver shoots a short jumper over the opponents' outstretched hands. 6. Determination Award winner, Lynda Frederick, goes for an inbounds pass. 7. With rebounders in position, Beth Walter concentrates on adding two points to the scoreboard. 114By being sectional runners-up, the varsity Hornettes hit the .500 mark with an 8-8 record. Captained by All-Conference forward Cindy McKnight and Mary Ann West, the team had a record five game winning streak. The squad showed great improvement and had few problems throughout the season. The greatest problem was committing turnovers in close games which caused losses. Towards the end of the season, the girls worked well together, looked for the open person, started moving the ball around, and put on an excellent press. Coach Mindy Dygert, who helped the team a great deal, stated, "Even though our record is similar to last year's, we actually did so much better. Our scoring was very balanced and we had four players capable of scoring in double figures. We had more assists than ever before and our rebounding was much improved. We had nine letter winners this year and this depth was one of our biggest assets — we could count on the bench to come in and do the job. Confidence was the one thing we lacked last year, and one thing that kept us improving this year." nsnr Through the improvement of old stunts and the blending of new stunts into better routines, the gymnastics team posted a 7-3 record. At the Heritage Invitational Brad O'Beirne placed first on the parallel bars while the squad placed fourth out of twelve teams. Advancing to state competition via sectional performances were Steve O'Beirne who placed first on vaulting and third in free exercise and Joe Kyle who clinched first on parallel bars. "We had a great season; it would have been better if we had not lost the opportunity to have four meets because of cancellation," commented Coach Carroll Nesbitt who returned after two years of retirement. "This group of young men was throwing much more difficult stunts and routines than any team in the history of the sport at Angola." 1. After executing a front drop, Bob Hipskind pushes off to more difficult stunts. 2. At the beginning of his routine, Joe Kyle prepares to maneuver around the horizontal bar. 3. Jim Timpe performs double leg circles with total concentration. 4. GYMNASTICS TEAM - LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Schoep, Brad O'Beirne, Mark VanWagner, Jim Timpe, Joe Kyle, Mark Petersen, Steve O'Beirne, Mike Ham, Bob Hipskind. 5. MVP Mark VanWagner races into a tumbling sequence during floor exercise competition. 6. On the parallel bars Steve O'Beirne displays good form and technique.The wrestling team tangled with inexperience all year, but came out on the strong end of a 7-5 season. The team was captained by junior Mike Burd and seniors Dave Field and Doug Sanders. Greg Kuhn—a reserve called up in mid-season to replace injured Dave Field—Doug Sanders, Brent Whitcomb, and Mike Burd represented the Hornets at the regionals. Coach Terry Butz classified the season as a good learning experience for most of the team. 1181. Poised for action, Brent Whitcomb awaits the referee's whistle. 2. Doug Sanders breaks down his man. 3. WRESTING TEAM--FRONT ROW: Rex Parrish, Mike Field, Brent Whitcomb, Chuck Penix, Dave Szeman, Doug Sanders, Mike Burd, Denny Myers, Mark Bradburn. ROW 2: Nate Simons, Todd Glenn, Mike Enyeart, Dave Byrne, Greg Kuhn, Phil Zimmer, Gary Stroh, Steve Kuhn. BACK ROW: Mark Holton, Mike Patterson, Marty Miller, Kevin Hurd, Dave Sanborn, Kevin Best, Ron Shipe, Chris Burd. 4. Marty Miller grabs a foot to attempt a take down. 5. Chuck Penix is in bad shape here, but he came back to pin his Panther opponent. 6. Mike Field celebrates after pinning his opponent in the wild Prairie Heights meet. 7. The Angola bench pulls for their man on the mats. 119Kin!£ r wintGii mb run With inexperience being the major weakness, the girls' track team compiled a 7-5 record. Highlights of the season included the competition of freshmen Laura Kyle and Elizabeth Weiss in the regionals and the first ever defeat of DeKalb. Throughout the season the team demonstrated steady improvement. Being a sprinter in times past, Julie Reese ran the mile and pulled a second most of the time, while another improved runner, Margo Goings, repeatedly made up lost ground on her leg of the 440 relay. When asked to evaluate the season, Coach Linda Doub summed up her feelings towards the team. "We had a good season. We won 7 out of 12 meets; we took two people to regionals for the first time ever; but most of all, we're learning. We're learning not only techniques and betterment, but we're learning about people- ourselves and our teammates — and we're learning how to become a unified group with individual talents. A unified team is not only together at the end of a meet scorewise, but also mentally, emotionally, and socially. That makes it all worth while." 1. At sectionals Laura Kyle wins her 440 heat by a substantial margin. 2. GIRLS' TRACK TEAM - FRONT ROW: Sue Swiniuch Tina Bowerman Jan Bledsoe Lori Shumaker and Pam Adams. ROW 2: Margo Goings, Laura Kyle, Ginny Whitlock, mgr., and Debbie Somerlott, mgr. ROW 3: Chris Griffiths, Arnita Petre, Carrie Whitlock, Julie Reese, Janelle Atha, and Lynn Reese. ROW 4: Mary Swiniuch, Carol Higbee, and Jean Huffman. BACK ROW: Mary Ann West, Elizabeth Weiss, Mindy Goings, and Julie Shawver. 3. Displaying acrobatic balance, Arnita Petre muscles the shotput for more distance. 4. Mindy Goings stretches to increase her lead halfway through her low hurdle race. 5. Knowing she has an easy victory, Jean Huffman eyes the finish line. 6. Having paced herself well, Julie Reese finds hidden speed on the final straightaway. 7 120• The golf team chipped its way to a winning season of 8-7-1 despite losing two close one stroke meets, plus missing a regional berth by a single stroke. The squad was lea by sophomore MVP Brian Gurzynski, who qualified for regional action. Coach Joe Sirk stated, "The team is very young and should be excellent in the future." Senior Steve O'Beirne will be the only letterman not appearing on next year's roster. 1. Wielding a nine iron. Bob Shearer chips onto the green. 2. Brian Gurzynski lines up his tap-in. 3. GOLF TEAM-Bob Shearer, Mitch Straw, Charlie Dowe, Dave Mann, Allen Pinkham, Chuck Penix, Coach Joe Sirk, Steve Kaiser, Tony Fiedler, Barry Emerick, D.J. McKnight, Brian Gurzynski, Steve O'Beirne. 4. From the fringe, Barry Emerick rolls his putt toward the pin. 1. From a backstop spectator's viewpoint. Jay Ruckle delivers the pitch. 2. Matt Clark takes a hefty cut against DeKalb pitching. 3. RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Coach Dan Hochstedler, Bob Murphy, Brian Burger, Greg Nelson, Scott Hantz, Steve Byrne, Kirk Johnson, Mike Wilcox, Jay Ruckle, Eric Sauter. BACK ROW: Matt Clark, Doug Coney, Kein Beard, Chuck Fouts, Dave Hiler, Chris Burd, Barry Wilcox, Jeff Rudolph. The junior-varsity baseball team went winless in four games this season, but some individual performances made the horizon bright for future varsity squads. Freshman Jay Ruckle, who led the i-v's in hitting, made several varsity pitching appearances both in starting ana relief roles and played outfield in the varsity sectionals. Matt Clark was another first-year standout for rookie skipper Dan Hochstedler's crew as he provided the power at the plate for the bees and pitched for both the varsity and junior-varsity. 1231. Matt Clark delivers the pitch as the defense springs into action. 2. Brad Bucknam lopes to first after tapping back to the pitcher. 3. While making tracks for second Bruce Smith heads for a stand-up triple against Columbia City. 4. Matt Karst takes a rip as fellow teammates observe the action. 5. BASEBALL TEAM--FRONT ROW: Matt Karst John McLeod Marty Carrigan, Mike Burd Scott FoutS Greg Kuhn, Jay Ruckle. BACK ROW: Assistant Coach Dan Hochstedler Marty Dygert Jim Eberhart Brad Karst, Bruce Smith, Matt Clark, Brad Bucknam. iL alet. lal t itiiIt Cm After tying for last year's summer league title with a 14-3 record, the Hornet baseball squad started the spring conference season with high optimism and a solid starting line-up. Early-season injuries took their toll and the team never recovered as they posted a 3-16 regular season mark. The team came back at the closing of the season, narrowly losing to Bishop Luers, beating Concordia, and upsetting Leo in sectionals. Individual honors for first-year coach Jim Ingledue's squad went to Marty Dygert and Bruce Smith who shared MVP awards. Smith made the NEIAC second team and junior Matt Karst was an honorable mention conference choice.The '77 edition of the boys' track team had the most peaks and valleys of any recent season. Tremendous optimism started the team but cnange of heart occured with continued disappointing close meets, injuries, and ineligibilities. By the end of the year, all of the valleys were forgotten as the team peaked with a late season surge. A 4-10 record closed the year. This year's team captain was senior Robert Schmidt. Two new records were established by Jay Young and Dave Ryan. In the long jump, Ryan set the distance at 21' 8" which not only broke a 36 year old school record but also established a new conference standard. Young threw the shot a distance of 51' 6" to break his own record and finish 7th at regionals. Coach Scott commented that "This was my youngest and most inexperienced team so far but, as a result, it was my most spirited and enthusiastic group.tracluttri ptah wltli litt isaiii itrit 1. TRACK TEAM-LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT TO BACK: Tom Wattier, Alan Hilton, Dave Ryan, Rory Steele, Ted Peterson, Jay Young, Nate Simons, Dale Case, Stu Reese, Ron Throop, Mark Aldrich, Rick Hall, Robert Schmidt, Jeff Wells, Kevin Best, Brent Whitcomb, Shane Patterson, Terry McKee, Steve Ford, Brady Wells, Mike Green, Jamie Wilcox, Mike Patterson, Karl Lin. 2. Exhibiting perfect form, Shane Patterson explodes from the blocks in the 220 yard run against East Noble and Garrett. 3. Brady Wells strains to reach his other mile opponents. 4. Amidst a spray of sand, Dave Ryan completes a successful long jump. 5. After missing a vault, Jeff Wells reviews his form in the DeKalb meet. 6. As spectators watch, Jay Young psyches up to heave the shot. 7. Stretching for the lead, Stuart Reese strides over the second to last low hurdle.Boys' Basketball Wrestling Gymnastics ANG. OPP. TEAM ANG. 66 6 Howe 110.17 ANG. OPP. TEAM 33 25 Garrett 103.90 46 43 Eastside 45 30 Homestead 106.51 69 59 Pr. Hts. 24 36 DeKalb 97.09 70 85 Col. City 39 26 Leo 113.775 51 55 New Haven 29 41 Edgerton 103.80 58 56 DeKalb 27 42 Pr. Hts. 110.86 62 87 Bellmont 56 8 Churubusco 88.33 55 64 Homestead 58 6 Westview 104.44 66 53 Fremont 26 33 Col. City 118.25 49 47 Garrett 15 46 E. Noble 74 75 E. Noble 53 17 Eastside 60 69 58 60 70 50 89 62 44 54 74 County Tourney 59 51 61 51 Conference 53 55 Sectional 72 77 J-V Record Frosh Record S. Adams Westview W. Noble Lakeland Hamilton Bluff ton Hamilton Fremont New Haven DeKalb 10-8 11-4 Girls' Tennis OPP. TEAM 7 DeKalb 7 E. Noble 7 Homestead 5 C. Noble 7 DeKalb 7 Col. City 7 E. Noble Football ■ ANG. OPP. TEAM 12 18 Jamboree 28 7 Homestead 35 6 S. Adams 18 8 DeKalb 28 12 Lakeland 21 22 Garrett 24 18 Bluff ton 12 20 Pr. Hts. 8 15 E. Noble 55 0 Eastside 22 24 Col. City J-V Record 2-4 Frosh Record 4-2 Volleyball OPP. 104.76 83.05 108.31 76.69 89.458 49.80 100.40 65.45 106.60 119.60 TEAM Blackford Northwood Elk. 'Mem. Jimtown Jay County S. B. Adams Hillsdale Hillsdale Concord Elk. Cent. Boys' Tennis ANG. OPP 1 4 ' ANG. OPP. J-V Record TEAM 0-3 15-15 Eastside 15-15 8-13 E. Noble 8-13 15-15 Garrett 2-3 15-15 Bellmont 15-15 6-11 Hamilton 15-11-15 7-15-8 C. Noble 15-15 3-8 Pr. Hts. 7-8 15-45 Fremont 15-17 10-15 Lakeland 15-13-14 12-15-16 Garrett 15-9-9 13-15-15 B. Luers Sectional 3-4 15-15 Eastside TEAM B. Dwenget Lakeland E. Noble Snider Homestead Concordia Westview Mish. Marian Breman C. Noble DeKalb Howe S. Adams Col. City DeKalb DeKalb N orwell B. Dwenger Howe 5-4-1Golf ANG. OPP. TEAM 165 215 Howe 168 168 Garrett 171 165 DeKalb 162 165 157 Homestead 164 E. Noble 170 198 Pr. Hts. 150 168 Howe 165 177 Garrett 168 184 Pr. Hts. 168 176 Fremont 167 166 DeKalb 104 157 Lakeland ‘ 174 154 Northrop 167 186 Hamilton 164 170 Concordia f Snider 162 159 Conference- 5th Angola ark Inv. t W- 5th Cross Country Boys' Track Basketball ANG. OPP. 35 40 34 40 44 35 52 36 46 47 37 . 65 48 18 55 53 47 36 44 27 Garrett Inv. 33 42 42 48 Sectional 50 28 39 41 Conference 50 40 44 57 J-V Record TEAM DeKalb .Eastside Lakeland C. Noble Col. City Leo Fremont Pr. Hts. Garrett Hamilton Heritage Garrett’' Hamilton Eastside S. Adams 'Homestead 6-2 TEAM DeKalb C. Noble Goshen S. Adams Pr. Hts. Fremont Homestead B. Luers Lakeland Garrett E. Nobler Bronson Hamilton Eastside ANG. 58 77 60 63 55 19 | C r sl Track ANG. OPP. TEAM 35 70 B. Dwenger 74 31 Ham ikon 68 37 Eastside 51 54 Pr. Hts. 50 1 2 54 1 2 E. Noble 49 20 Garrett 49 65 Homestead 50 1 2 56 Leo 50 1 2 27 1 2 DeKalb 57 1 2 47 1 2 Lakeland 74 31 Fremont Conference 5th Sectional 9th 46 42 1 2 60 41 43 83 1 2 Howe Inv. Lakeland Iny. Conference E.N. Relays Sectional km OPP. 60 56 73 64 72 108 for. for. 81 85 1 2 67 86 84 43 1 2 'jft TEAM Howe Fremont Eastside Hamilton DeKalb Homestead Carroll Beth. Chr. Pr. Hts. Lakeland Leo I C. Noble E. Noble Garrett 5th 6th • 7th 9th 15th Baseball ANG. OPP. TEAM 4 5 Garrett 3 9 Pr. Hts. 3-15 13-2 B. Dwenger 0 4 E. Noble 4 2 New Haven 3 12 Bellmont 3 6 S. Adams 1 2 Garrett 2 10 Bluff ton 4 5 Hamilton 2 7 Col. City 0-0 19-14 Snider 0 12 Homestead 0 15 DeKalb 5 6 B. Luers 2 1 Concordia 2 8 Leo Sectional 7 6 « Leo 0 6 Garrett GOES BETWEEN Wi Although Student Council found themselves hampered by lack of funds, they did manage to coordinate various functions. Homecoming involved the traditional Spirit Week costume contest, parade, and a jointly sponsored dance with National Honor Society. Several weeks before Christmas, student representatives set up a Christmas sale in the library, giving students an opportunity to order "Snugglers" and other inexpensive gifts for family and friends. Morning announcements provided a way for students to know the results of sports events, the activities of the day, and which lucky people were to report to Mrs. Sisler. New students found the Student Council members helpful in finding their way around the building and meeting new teachers and clasmates. Mediating between the student body and administration, the council aided each in understanding the other a little bit better. 1. Bringing students cheer through the morning announcements are Pam Adams and Vonda Erwin. 2. Santa, alias Marty Dygert, laughs with Stacy Fulton and Wendy Arbuckle during the Christmas sale promotion. 3. STUDENT COUNCIL- FRONT ROW: Jan Bledsoe, Vonda Erwin, Pam Adams. ROW 2: Matt Karst, Steve Crain, Pres., Ruth Hill, Stacy Fulton, V. Pres. ROW 3: Tom Clausen, Lynne Hemrick, Judy Douglass, JoAnn Bryan, Becky Mick, Pete Grieser, Marty Dygert, Wendy Arbuckle, Cindy Crimmins, Sec.-Treas., Bill Selman, Laura Hauck, Sandy Bradley, Amy Knecht, Kevin Beard, Mrs. Cook, Becky Roth. 132INTERNATIONAL!. , International Club was formed shortly after Christmas to promote interest in international relations, coordinate the activities of foreign exchange students, and to encourage students to consider a foreign exchange student plan. To further interest in language and foreign studies, a scholarship was offered by Munsur Rahman. Members' initial activities focused on election of officers and the writing of a consitution. Mrs. Barbara Showalter explained the Youth for Understanding program and urged students to think about the possibility of being a foreign exchange student. Prompted by various International Days in the surrounding area, the club planned Angola's first International Day. Foreign exchange students from area schools participated by visiting classes and speaking about their countries. A cookie and punch session was held during activity period enabling interested students and teacners to talk with the visiting students. 1. Ouring the activity period get-together, Ian Petterson tells Heidi Hensel, Frenche’ Kunsman, Lisa Cripe, and Jody Cook about his country, Sweden. 2. Madeleine Lindquist of Sweden and Aasta Laaksonen of Finland chat about their American experiences. 3. International Club Officers: Musudar Rahman, V. Pres.; Frenche' Kunsman, Sec.- Treas.: Perry Patterson, Pres. 133J S COMMUNITY usual given National Honor Society aided both the school and the community through their many service projects. Each member is expected to earn fifteen service hours by working with activities that encourage scholarship, leadership, and service. Some projects are: helping with the Blooamobile, babysitting for the Mental Health and Well-Child Clinics, assisting the Bik-a-thon, tutoring, keeping the school sign up-to-date, and selling tickets at various athletic events. At Christmastime the Society raffled off a television. This year enough raffle tickets were sold to offer three scholarships to outstanding seniors Marty Dygert, Randy Strang, and Linda Snyder instead of the two. Tnese scholarships and the hard-earned chords were at the Awards Day program. 2 1. Eyeing NHS members, Mrs. McKeever looks on while President Marty Dygert conducts a meeting. 2. Wearing her NHS chords proudly, Annette Shiley receives her salutatorian award. 3. Cathy Nagler and Andrea Mason play with several children at the Well-Child Clinic. 1341. SENIOR NHS MEMBERS- FRONT ROW: Lynne Hemrick, Becky Ford, Linda Snyder, Cindy Crimmins, Stacy Fulton, Wendy Arbuckle, Cindy McKnight, Sally Shearer, Kathy Hutchins, Kelle Carney, Becky Mick. BACK ROW: Matt Zimmer, Marty Dygert, Spark Counterman, Todd Birchman, Dave Field, Steve Hershberger, Perry Patterson, Brad Karst, Bruce Smith, Curt Clester, Steve Hauck, Steve Crain, Doug Krantz, 2. As Mrs. McKeever reads their names, Becky Mick and Brad Karst receive their chords from president-elect Jenny Dowe. 3. Several new members watch as Gene Huss signs the register at the initiation ceremony. 4. INITIATES-FRONT ROW: Ruth Hill, Claudia Neuenschwander, Chris Brainard, Marcella Lansford, Jenny Dowe, Ginny Whitlock, Kathy Peppier, Patti Bruner, Cindy Disbro, Meg Dipert, Cathy Nagler, Andrea Mason. ROW 2: Beth Walter, Sherrie Beattie, Amy Knecht, Beth Bobay, Kim McBride, Laura Hauck, Karen Kelley, Kathy Newnam, Betsy Rowland, Sheryl Lovell, Jodi Deller. BACK ROW: Marty Carrigan, Greg Kuhn, Bob Griffith, Matt Karst, George Schalk, Steve Newnam, Jim Eberhart, Mark Aldrich, Brad Bucknam, Pete Greiser, Gene Huss, Brad O'Beirne. 135 ' STUDENT BODS u a Using the slogan "Impress Yourself" the KEY staff launched their campaign to sell the 1977 yearbook. Two assemblies were held in which a slide program was presented to the student body. Prior to yearbook sales, the staff concentrated on soliciting the support of the community through ad sales. The members of the KEY staff topped the record number of ads sold last year. In the midst of ad sales, the 1976 yearbooks arrived and were distributed at the Homecoming Dance. Replacing the co-editors was an editorial board consisting of Mr. Scott and five seasoned staff members. They included Monica Castle, Marty Dygert, Arnita Petre, Andrea Mason, and Becky King. The staff sponsored a "Search for Talent" Contest which allowed students an opportunity to have their art, crafts, industrial arts, and poetry put in the KEY. Several sections changed their appearance using different effects. While sports placed the emphasis on a large action shot with other pictures morticed over, student life, organizations, and classes emphasized headlines using artwork. 1361. Robbie VanWagner searches for the right negative for the senior section. 2. Gathered around Mr. Scott's desk, the editorial board discusses ideas for the theme. 3. Peggy Pyne impresses herself during the yearbook sales campaign. 4. Mark Velkoff carefully focuses for a shot during a basketball game. 5. Becky King and Chris Brainard sort pictures to be returned to organizations. 6. Keeping track of ad sales, Andy Chaudoin goes over the billing chart for advertisers. 7. At the Homecoming Dance, students eagerly check out their new yearbooks. 137I- voices views What was it that kept the halls of Angola High buzzing with news and gossip ? Why, the HORNET, of course! The paper was filled with reports on student life, jokes, and many controversial articles which included topics such as the band and school spirit in which letters stating opposing opinions were printed. Every issue of the HORNET sold out quickly as students waited for it patiently. The group printed special Christmas and Valentine issues in which students submitted their letters to Santa and to their favorite Valentine. 1. Steve Crain requests Mrs. Hauck's advice on his newest idea. 2. To hear the latest news, Jim Eberhart buys a HORNET from salesmen Vaughn Shadle and Bob Hipskind. 3. HORNET C LAN-FRONT ROW: Stacy Fulton, Cindy Crimmins. ROW 2: Pam Adams, Debbie DeLucenay, Steve Crain. ROW 3: Joann Bryan, Becky Ford. BACK ROW: Mel Morton, Bob Hipskind, Claudia Neunschwander, Doug Romine, Mike Enyeart. 4. The next issue is carefully being pasted together by Stacy Fulton. 138CHESS-FRENCH French Club included each member in the plans this year by holding a breakfast and the annual Mardi Gras. Each member did his part by helping with either refreshments, decorations or games. Joining the club was French exchange student, Laure Guilnard, whose fluency with the language stunned everyone. Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. Kearney, was fortunate to have many veteran players return this year to teach the new junior high students the rules of the game. 1. A French explanation of her school in France is given by Laure Guilnard. 2. FRENCH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Laure Guilnard, Paige O'Neal, George Schalk, Sharon Snyder, Cindy McKnight, Sandy Somerlott, Amy Knecht, Linda Snyder, Wendy Arbuckle, Jenny Dowe, Vicki Ankerv-bruck, Renee Barney, Rhonda Meek, Gaye Culbertson, Leslie Graves. ROW 2: Becky Ford, Laura Hauck, Kim McBride, Wayne Caswell, Cindy Crimmins, Stacy Fulton, Steve Crain. BACK ROW: Becky King, Michele Julian, Doug Krantz, Mrs. Cook, sponsor, Dick Hart, Rick Hammond, John Schneidhorst, Tony Fiedler, Robert Ritenour. 3. CHESS C LUB-FRONT ROW: Amy Koomler, Marty Carrigan, Curt Clester, Marty Pfeiffer. ROW 2: Scott VanAuken, Richard Campbell, Stacy Bucknam, Troy Miller, Kim Cope, David Ummel, Danny Bal, David Ort. ROW 3: Joe Kent, Jeff Klebe, Tim Brock, Eben Carper. BACK ROW: Mr. Kearney, Tom Dolan. 4. Tim Brock seems to baffle Scott VanAuken with his latest move. e% 139CLUB HELPS NEEDS The purpose of Latin Club is to help students to gain more knowledge of Roman life styles. As a service project club members solicited donations to buy Christmas gifts for a needy family. To help raise some of this money, they organized a penny pitch at a home game where the audience helped by pitching money into a blanket. Holiday celebrations were also included in the club's activities; some of which were the Christmas and Halloween parties. The Roman Banquet, held in April where members dressed, ate, and played the games of the Romans, provided an outlet for their Knowledge and efforts. 1. At the annual Roman banquet President Ruth Hill accepts a bid on Mrs. Spoolstra during a slave auction. 2. LATIN CLUB—FRONT ROW: Cathy Nagler, Beth Bobay, Betsy Rowland. ROW 2: Janelle Atha, Sue Howell, Betsy Gaffin, Ruth Hill. ROW 3: Julie Waite, Scott Brandeberry, Susan Headley, Lauri Carney, Patty Griffith, Terri Sorg, Mrs. Spoolstra. ROW 4: Robert Griffith, Robert Murphy, Brad Buckman, Tom Lansford, Steve Hauck, Karen Keiley, Sheryl Lovell. 3. At a home basketball game, members collect money for a needy family by holding a penny-pitch.SPANISH CLUB B«p To end the year with a smash the Spanish Club members did their own smashing--at a pinata! Pihatas, for the bewildered, are paper mache figures that are filled with candy. Along with the regular classroom lessons, Spanish Club also allowed the students to have an extra-curricular activity for planning money-making projects and a fiesta. 1. Robbie VanWagner takes a swing at a pinata during a celebration at the last meeting of the year. 2. Channa Aldrich and Mike Brainard try to figure out a way of holding the pinata up. 3. SPANISH CLUB — FRONT ROW: Kelly Gaff, Melody Hammond, Joni Waltke, Brenda Ankenbruck, Arnita Petre, Robbie VanWagner, Andy Chaudoin, Michelle Ham. BACK ROW: Lori Painter, Kathy Hiler, Mike Brainard, Anne Mushett, Barb Roerden, Rhonda McClellan, Lori Schaefer, Channa Aldrich, Diane Coburn, Patty Bruner, Cheryl Ordway, Kim Nixon, Cindy Hufnagle, Jean Huffman, Val Klinger. 141HAWKINS DANC6 From the beginning of the school year until the end, the Y-teens were engaged in several activities. Initiation was the first on their agenda with the adding of thirty-two new members. With everyone lending a hand, the annual cookie dough was whipped up and delivered "with a smile". A few Y-teens also helped Hi-Y to decorate for the Christmas Prom. Since Y-teens is also a service club, valentines were made for Elliott Manor. For the first time the group sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins dance in the spring. 1. Y-teens Diane Moody, Jodi Deller, Sally Shearer, and Linda Snyder concentrate on rolling the cookie dough. 2. The Y-teens club is pictured on the Pokagon tobbogan slide. 3. A moment of anticipation is displayed as a candlelight ceremony is carried out at Initiation. 4. Pam Adams and her date, Chuck Penix, win the Sadie Hawkins' costume contest. 142M-y sponsorsn With President Randy Strang presiding , Hi-Y experienced an activity filled year. Despite their projects, which included selling Hi-Y candy and sponsoring the Christmas Prom, the members still found intervals in their busy schedule for having a good time. For the "sports minded" a group traveled to Bloomington for the I. U. -Wisconsin football game. Other varied activities such as Hobby Day, bowling, and a picnic were contemplated for the latter part of the year. 1. Steve Hershberger tightens a cable for the Christmas Prom decorations. 2. Hi-Y — FRONT ROW: Steve Hershberger, Scott Fouts, Randy Strang, Brad Karst, Bruce Smith, Ken Stokes, Curt Clester, Marty Carrigan, Jim Eggleston, David Meyers, Mr. Wright. BACK ROW: Kirk VanWagner, Todd Austin, Steve Hauck, Steve Newnam, Jeff Haddix, Todd Birchman, Carl Short, Dave Sanborn, Chuck Fouts, Gergg Russell. 3. Todd Birchman and Jeff Haddix comically pocket the proceeds from the Christmas Prom.AATES new ideas The Future Farmers of Angola High School started their year off with an orchard project from which they made and sold their own apple cider. With this activity barely finished, the members began selling seeds and organizing an open roller skating party with FHA to add to their already increasing treasury. During the year contests such as soil, dairy, and livestock judging were entered by FFA members. Many trophies were captured by individuals in the different contests as well as helpful experiences for the future. A banquet highlighted the year with the awards ceremony at which a guest speaker, Lynn Steglitz, expressed his feelings on leadership in the community. Agriculture I and II are the class related counterparts to FFA. To finish off the year, both the classes and the club concentrated on spring planting of corn at their farm. 1441. FFA GROUP:—FRONT ROW: Doug Coney, Dan Huss, Gene Huss, Jerry Powell, John Tibbs, Nick Cleckner. ROW 2: Jeff Rudolph, Jill Powell, Tim Simons, Kim Willibey, Greg Nelson, Jack Wolfe, Todd Beer, Margaret Lillich. ROW 3: Brian Rudolph, Barry Wilcox, Steven Strong, Rodney Canon, David Meyers, Duane Gurtner, Walter Mortorff, Dwight Gurtner, Ron Tritch, Steve Hornbrook, Danny Bentz, Jim O'Quinn. 2. Jill Powell serves apple cider direct from the FFA orchard, at a meeting. 3. During an Agriculture class, Dan Huss gives a speech on cows. 4. At a Prairie Heights contest FFA members Dennis Wenzel and Ron Tritch demonstrate their knowledge on feed rationing. 5. FFA OFFICERS—Jeff Rudolph, Sentinel; Dan Huss, President; David Headley, Vice President; Jill Powell, Secretary; Dwight Gurtner, Treasurer; Duane Gurtner, Reporter. 6. Gene Huss and Barry Wilcox confer on ideas for an impromptu speech. RISTMAS FAVORS u The Future Homemakers of Angola were occupied during the year with various activities beginning with the selling of school spirit buttons. While getting in the mood of the holiday season, the members made special tray favors for the area nursing homes. Both FHA and FFA made a concentrated effort in organizing a roller skating party for the entire student body. As a special thank-you, apples were handed out to all the teachers. A district meeting, with the theme "The Changing Paces of Teens", was held with all district schools involved. Many guest speakers gave talks in special "Me" shops where current problems of teenagers were discussed. 1. FHA—SITTING: Jennifer Bork, Susan Senger, Becky Mills, Debbie Crooks, Sara Sharp, Pam Stahl. STANDING: Vickie Engle, Barb Roerden, Kelly Gaff, Mrs. Trennepohl, Jana bork, Mrs. Buse, Teddie Caroll, Marianne Shawver, Anna Arnett, Carolyn Puckett. 2. Mrs. Gutstein gives a talk to FHA members on the Well Baby Clinic. 3. Brenda Vest hands out apples to Mr. Bollier and other teachers. 146F6A HELPS AT O The Future Educators of Angola found time out of their schedules to assist elementary teachers at the grade schools.Members of the club gained experience from the day to day routines of the classroom. This enabled the members to decide on whether to continue with a teaching career. _ At the beginning of the year, FEA members helped to assist in guiding parents to classrooms during the annual Open House. A special breakfast was held for the club on a December morning before school. 1. Mrs. Schubert and FEA members enjoy a breakfast get together. 2. FEA--FRONT ROW: Susan Holman, Coleen Emenhiser, Judy Presley, Frenche Kunsman. ROW 2: Jonl Waltke, Cathy Nagler, Rhonda McClellan, Arnita Petre, Linda Oliver, Cindy Ordway, Lisa Cripe. BACK Row: Becky King, Mary Beth Rowlett, Melissa Scott, Mrs. Schubert, Andy Chaudoin, Linda Sattison, Karen Zimmerman. 3. Name tags are given to the parents at Open House by Melissa Scott. 147HOLDS DANCE The Angola High School "rowdies", namely the Pep Club, finished off another great year of supporting their school with an all-school 501 s dance in March. The group, consisting of approximately 320 members, was behind their team for every game, showing their unfailing spirit whether the team won or lost. Members showed their spirit by making locker signs and posters for good luck before most events. Mr. Tokarz, sponsor of the club, was probably the most spirited member of all. He was usually seen at every home game getting the crowd cheering and on their feet. d. 1. Using an overhead projector to enlarge artwork to poster size was one of the methods used by members to say "good luck." 2. Mr. Tokarz, sponsor of the group, starts things rolling at a Pep Club meeting. 3. President JoAnn Bryan and cheerleaders hear suggestions from the club concerning a dance. 4. During the junior varsity game, the cheerleaders decide on the next cheer while pep club concentrates on the court action. WjT 148V-CLUB VISITS Varsity Club, which was organized to help promote the highest loyalties to the school and its athletics, was successful in its goal with a close fellowship maintained among athletes in all sports. Students eligible for membership must either letter in a sport or be a varsity cheerleader. Many athletes joined the club this year and kept very busy with numerous activities including a trip in November to the I .U.-Wisconsin football game in Bloomington and a visit to Cedar Point later in the year. The club consisted of approximately 40 members led by president Bruce Smith. He was assisted by Mary West, vice-president; Jean Huffman, sec.-treasurer; and Beth Walters, sargeant-at-arms. 1. Plans for the year are being discussed by Bruce Smith, president, Mr. Mawbey, sponsor, and the club members. 2. Accompanied by his parents, Steve O'Beirne is one of many senior athletes honored at half-time of a basketball game. 3. Varsity Club - FRONT ROW: Bill Selman, Meg Dipert, Kathy Peppier, Beth Walter, Cindy McKnight, Carol Higbee, Mike Burd, Marty Dygert, Greg Kuhn, Brady Wells, Kevin Carson, Brad Bucknam, Jamie Wilcox. BACK ROW: Mr. Mawbey, Brad Karst, Jeff Stackhouse, Jan Bledsoe, Arnita Petre, Barb Sumney, Jean Huffman, JoAnn Bryan, Mary West, Linda Frederick, Deb Shipe, Julie Reese, Lynn Reese, Cindy Adams, Melinda Goings, Jim Eberhart, Bruce Smith. 149jcTE IN CONTCSTS a u Office Education Association is a club provided for C.O.E. members who are interested in business and office fields. VICA, a vocational club, accepts students in any vocational field. These two clubs joined to sell caramel apples at home football games and baked goods at basketball games. The community looked forward to these events which were held to earn funds for the year's end Cooperation Training Banquet. Special treats were also welcomed by the residents of nursing homes during Christmas time. Regional, state, and national contests were attended during the year by both VICA and O.E.A. members. Near the beginning of the year a leadership conference was held at Tri-State for the VICA members. 1. Delegates Ed Clouse, Monica Castle, and Cheri Carpenter attend the state leadership conference at Indianapolis. 2. For the next football game, Renee Dygert dips apples in caramel. 3. OEA contest winners for the last year include Darlene Beck, a district 4th in Record Management; Tammie Klink, a district 4th in Information Communications II; Susan Chrysler, a district 4th in General Clerical; Karen Roerden, a district 3rd in Accounting I; Cheri Carpenter, a district 3rd in Job Interview and Information Communication; Marty Carrigan, a district 1st, a state 2nd, and a national 6th in Accounting I. 4. Monica Castle and Renee Dygert await the arrival of cake raffle ticket customers.ART CLUB HAS "You Gotta Have Art" was enthusiastically promoted in partnership witn the Art Education Associations. Along with this motto the club also showed their spirit by the invention of a new emblem. Art badges, which the members made themselves, soon caught on and more and more students began buying them. One of the responsibilities of the club was to put up the art exhibits in their display case. This not only showed the different examples of art work, but also helped to highlight the southeast stairway. Some of the main events that the group participated in were field trips and a campout. Connie Pardue, a student teacher in the Art Department, helped the club's president, Kathy Smith, with their activities since she was once an Angola High School Art Club president. 1. Some members of the Art Club assemble picture buttons during activity period. 2. ART CLUB—FRONT ROW: Mr. Robinson. Kathy Smith. ROW 2: Carole Piszker, Cindy Disbro. BACK ROW: Renee Spurgeon, Lori Harter, Colleen Carnahan, Theresa Albright, Theresa Lamott, Tom Selman. 3. Art projects of the students were exhibited by the club during the two nights of the fall play. 151JER EXPERIENCE Thespians, a group of talented actors, actresses, and technicians, started off the year actively with the annual Fall Play. They presented the drama DARK OF THE MOON starring Barb Sisler and Perry Patterson. “The Gong Show" held in February allowed talented students to show off in front of a full auditorium. The show was a complete success with sponsor, Mr. Dougherty's vamp act taking first place. Jr. High students were in the spotlight during March while they put together the three jr. high one act plays. These were directed by Barb Sisler, Ginny Whitlock, ("The Lottery"); Patti Bruner, Sherri Beattie, ("Appointment With The Principal"); Lisa Cripe, Lynne Hemrick, ("Bench 18"). During the year, various members attended the Community Performing Arts Theater in Fort Wayne to observe and learn from professionals. Ending tne year big, the group presented THE SOUND OF MUSIC with the leads being sung by Stacy Fulton and Pete Greiser. To raise funds, a pancake supper was held on opening night. 1. During DARK OF THE MOON, Patty Griffith observes the stage action from the "birds’ nest". 2. Mike Clausen and John Hirons attempt pancake-making at the opening night pancake supper. 3. Thespian members take time out from their practice to pose for a picture. 4. Marcia Patterson and Rick Dalrymple are shown in a scene from the jr. high one act "The Lottery". 5. During the "Gong Show", cowgirls Paige O'Neal and Mary Beth Rowlett sing "I Got Spurs". 6. President Cindy Crimmins conducts a meeting while Mr. Dougherty and John Hirons work on the stage. 7. Director Dougherty puts the finishing touches on a scene for DARK OF THE MOON.SPRING CONCERT The choir had a major role in the "Joyous Christmas" and "The Good Life" concerts along with the joint band and choir concert, but through lack of practice due to "horsing around" during fourth hour this year's choir didn't perform up to their potential. Although Miss Siebold tried to further choir members' knowledge and experience in music, too many members lacked the proper attitude for constructive accomplishments. The choir did pull through at the concerts, and Miss Siebold was pleased with what they did. Several songs highlighted tneir performances including "Joyous Christmas" at the Christmas concert and "Operator" at the spring concert. 1. For a special effect, Rhonda Walters uses the electric piano. 2. Marcella Lansford concentrates on a Christmas song. 3. The choir performs several of their Christmas selections for the student body. 4. After putting aside his comp., Ken Stokes watches the music of David Meyers. 5. George Schalk quietly waits for Miss Siebold to go over the tenor part. 6. Altos Beth Bobay, Amy Knecht, Peggy Pyne, Susan Hull, and Sally Shearer sing at the spring concert. 7. The choir poses with Miss Siebold and Mr. Hammon. 154PIZAZZ Swingals had a busier year than in the past few years. They sang in the community for two private dinners and for the F.H.A. convention. Music including "The Bell That Couldn't Jingle" and a medley of traditional Christmas songs along with new jumpers accented the group's performance at the Christmas concert. Swingals also performed at the spring concert singing many newer, popular songs such as "End of the World", "In My Room", "I Honestly Love You", and "Celebrate". 1. Kathy Newnam, Channa Aldrich, and Sandy Somerlott discuss the rhythm of "The Bell That Couldn't Jingle." 2. SWINGALS-FRONT ROW: Claudia Neuenschwander, Stacy Fulton, Patti Bruner, Mary Beth Rowlett, Aimee Frisinger. ROW 2: Beth Emerick, Kathy Newnam, Barb Sumney, Paige O'Neal, JoAnn Bryan. ROW 3: Becky King, Kim Lovell, Becky Ford, Sandy Somerlott, Cindy McKnight. BACK ROW: Wendy Arbuckle, Lauri Carney, Sheryl Lovell, Karen Stock, Brenda Stock, Channa Aldrich, Lynne Hemrick. 3. During a Monday practice, Lynne Hemrick carefully watches Miss Siebold. 156FLAG CORPS Ac ........... n A new addition was made to the Marching Hornets in the form of the Flag Corps. The Corps of eighteen girls was organized before band camp. Miss Mindy Dygert, assisted by co-captains Jan Bledsoe and Julie Waite, drilled the Flag Corps for many hours. The Corps complemented the band ana Pom Pon by adding color and flash to their halftime shows. Other activities included appearances at the State Marching Contest, in parades, at the first basketball game, and at Halftime Highlights. The girls equipment included gold berets, Pom Pon uniforms, and gold and white flags lettered with a purple A. 1. Miss Dygert "directs" the girls at one of their frequent practices. 2. FLAG CORPS- FRONT ROW: Jan Bledsoe, Julie Waite. ROW 2: Tracey Smith, Laura Kyle. ROW 3: Kathy Erpelding, Joni Waltke, Penny Lonsbury, Chris Brainard. ROW 4: Missy Enyeart, Tish Kaiser, Diana Cole, Val Huffman, Janie Waite. BACK ROW: Karen Stuart, Lori Gecowets. 3. During the pre-game routine, Kathy Erpelding and Joni Waltke march to "Ease On Down the Road". 157TOP DANCE DIVISION The Anqola Half-Time Featurettes began the year of training with various summer camps at which the group won a majority of the awards. Lisa Straw and Sheryl Lovell represented Angola well in a very competitive and difficult final drill down bringing home first and third place at the Elmhurst, Illinois camp. The Featurettes once again participated in the marching season competitions with the band and together they captured third place in the state. Many judges were impressed with the showmanship and enthusiasum shown by the girls. They performed a streamer and tap dance routine along with slow, graceful movements to the song "Feelings". Practice on the basketball floor began as soon as marching season ended with many new naif-time shows such as a 50's, hula-hoop, tambourine, and Christmas show with guest appearances made by the "Fonz" (Brad O'Beirne) and "Santa" (Mr. Tokarz). Various groups and individual members entered the Miss Drill team competition. Karen Kelly, captain of the corps, brought home the highest award or "Miss Drill Team Indiana". The final goal of each year of practice and determination is the Zionsville competition. For the third consecutive year the group captured the Sweepstakes award along with a first place in their own class and a fourth in inspection. This year the competition was divided into drill and dance divisions, but the end result was the same with top honors going to the Featurettes.1. During the Christmas show, Lisa Straw and other members display their toys. 2. Front line drill team members are shown in an unusual segment of the Zionsville competition show. 3. The girls begin pre-game by singing a patriotic number. 4. Captain, Karen Kelly, and Renee Barney perform a tap dance routine to the "Bare Necessities". 5. A portion of the band is encircled by pom pon girls during the opening of the half-time show. 6. Donna Frisinger, director of the corps, sighs doubtfully during an early season marching practice. 7. Corps members pose for a group picture before the Zionsville competition. 159A GOCS PUBLIC sj Talented musicians benefited this year by the addition of the stage band in which they could better themselves. The band, led by Barry Frisinger, not only helped the students themselves, but also the Band Department. They did this by sponsoring a dance at Potowatomi Inn to earn money for the department. The Roy Bodie Band also played, and together they drew a large crowd. The group also showed their talent at the Variety Show and annual Halftime Highlights presentations. Since the group only met two mornings a week, time had to be used wisely and every member of the group had to be very dedicated and put in much extra time. 1. Adding his part to the stage band is Pete Greiser on tuba. 2. Steve Davis plays at Potowatomi Inn for one of the stage band's engagements. 3. Three sophomores, Paul Kennedy, Jo Ann Bryan, and Channa Aldrich are members of the trumpet section which adds the jazzy sound to the band. 4. STAGE BAND - FRONT ROW: Dan Piateck, Ken Hilton, Steve Davis, Chuck Schall, Perry Patterson. ROW 2: Cindy McKnight, Tom Clausen, Paul Kennedy, Channa Aldrich, Jo Ann Bryan, Mike Clausen. BACK ROW: David Meyers, Scott Hackett, David Mann, Pete Greiser, Doug Krantz, Barry Frisinger, Director.PEP BAND REACHES The Pep Band kept very busy this year, performing with the drill team at the Hornet's home basketball games and also at various Tri-State University games. Color was added to the group when flashy new shirts were purchased, complimenting the new drill team uniforms. The finale of the year's work was the Zionsville drill team and pep band competition which the band kept up their winning tradition, bringing home the second place trophy. They performed a medley of songs to the general theme "The Sounds of Music" includi classical, modern, and children's music. Although first place was missed by only a fraction of a point, the group was victorious by reaching the peak of their ability. Each member knew that band director Barry Frisinger was correct in saying, "We did the best we possibly could, putting everything together that we had practiced and learned." in ng 1. At the Zionsville competition Chuck Schall, Brad O'Beirne, Perry Patterson, Ken Stokes, and Dave Mann concentrate on perfectly playing the difficult music. 2. Aimee Frisinger, Tom Clausen, and Sandy Somerlott are shown during a performance for the annual Half-Time Highlights presentation. 3. The Pep Band-FRONT ROW: Dave Mann, Ken Stokes, Cindy McKnight, Doug Krantz, Kim Lovell, Perry Patterson, Chuck Schall, vocalist Stacy Fulton. ROW 2: Scott Hackett, Kevin Best, Tom Clausen, JoAnn Bryan, Brad O'Beirne, Susan Kirkman, Aimee Frisinger, Gaye Culbertson, announcer Hal Vaughn. ROW 3: Dave Meyers, Ken Hilton, Gregg Russell, Jeff Bolin, Channa Aldrich, Mary Beth Rowlett, Chris Griffiths, Pete Grieser. BACK ROW: Paul Kennedy, Michele Julian, Sheryl Bradley, Mike Clausen, Sandy Somerlott, Brenda Stock, Julie Shawver, directors Barry Frisinger and Larry Brandt.FANFARE TO THE COMMON MAN 162 A good year characterized the Angola Marching Band's season. Besides winning third place in the state in Class B marching, the band was also bestowed with a new drum major, Sheryl Bradley, to assist "First Class Drum Major" Beth Bobay. Everything seemed to come together at the NISBOVA contest with not only a first rating enabling advancement to state contest, but also "Best Drum Majors Award". As an added honor the marching band was invited to represent Indiana in a Memorial Bowl at Baltimore, Maryland. Unfortunately, complications arose and despite all the planning the game was cancelled. After a rewarding marching season, the band looked forward to an equally exciting concert season. Three concerts were held with special effects such as Christmas "sing-along" selections and the band playing an accompaniment to the choir in "The Carnival of Melody". The concert band participated in the NISBOVA contest where individual talents were featured by several solos in selected pieces of music. With the end of the school year, thoughts started focusing on band camp with the new routines and selections for the 77-78 season.ANGOLA HORNETS 1. The featured soloist, Jo Ann Bryan, performs during "Feelings". 2. Drum majors Sheryl Bradley and Beth Bobay divert from their normal dignified posture. 3. The marching band begins their performance at NISBOVA by bursting onto the field with "Gang Busters". 4. The woodwind section performs at the Christmas concert. 5. The concert band is pictured after the February concert. 6. Those receiving firsts at the State Ensemble Contest were Aimee Frisinger, Sheryl Bradley, Beth Birchman, and David Meyers. 7. The latest in fashion for band jackets is modeled by Susan Kirkman. 8. Drummers from the I.U.-Purdue Extension Band give a clinic for members of the percussion section. m 1 nE i V ‘tCCHINCIPPEISTrent Alexander Kim Allen Melody Arbuckle Eighth Grade Moving Up Jerry Armstrong Paul Aronen Thomas Atha Roger Ayers Sandy Ayers Jay Baker Danny Bal Janet Beattie Robin Beattie Jerry Beck Barb Benac Craig Best Nickie Bowman Barry Bradburn Tim Brock Deanna Brown Tammy Brown Stacy Bucknam Chris Bunch Dan Burrell Marjorie Bush Joseph Byerly Richard Campbell Randy Canon Terri Carpenter Eben Carper Lisa Caruso Sue Cary Debbie Chrysler Kim Clouse Julie Coleman Kelly Conrad Ron Cook Lisa Crain Tim Cranston Dan Cripe Troy Curtis Polly Dailey Marta Daler Richard Dalrymple Jerry Damron 1661. Wendy Meyers carefully writes answers in her book. 2. Jeff Rozell suspiciously eyes the camera. Miles Dayhoff Bruce DeLucenay Danny DeMara Donny DeMara Terri Dirrim Susan Dodson Lauri Eberhardt Denis Eggleston Kris Etzler John Fee Harold Fitton She I lie Flora Anthony Ford Todd Fouts Scott Fraley Gary Fritz Gwen Gawlik David Gurzynski Dana Hall Melody Hammond Lori Harter Lori Hayden Mike Henderson Todd Hornbrook Kay Howell Kari Hoyer Sherri Hufnagle Michael Hullinger Max Hug Edward Jolin Joe Kent Terri Kimes Sheri Kinney Jeff Klebe Mark Klink Ellsworth Kohli Amy Koomler Kevin Kratz Penny Landis Brenda Lee Kirk Lee Kenn Lehman Ladonna Leland Ann Linsberg Linda Loffer Mike Marolf Don Martin Todd Martin Ruth Martin Denise Matson Dean Mattox Steve McCorkle 167Sandy McKinley Jodi McLaughlin Becky McNabb Robert Means Jodi Meek David Miller Troy Miller Jerry Mocherman Kenneth Moonen Alan Moor Perry Morin Ruth Mortorff Melissa Mudrack Randy Murphy Robert Musser Martha Myers Wendy Myers Wendy Nagel Don Nagler Gene Neeley Brett Noll Derek O'Neal Christine Ordway Crystal Orewiler Lori Ort Kelly Parker Debbie Parks Teresa Parnin Marcia Patterson Mary Penick Linda Penland Gordan Peppier Paige Peppier Hollis Perry Jeffrey Platt Mike Powell Carolyn Puckett Violet Puckett Linda Ray Todd R ichardson Teresa Ridenour Teresa R igdon Mike R ingler Randy Ringler Eric Rosselot James Rowland Jeffery Rozell Laura Ruckel Martin Ryan Katy Sanborn 168Koomler hopes Dan Sanders Paul Sanders Terry SanGU Kevin Sattisc Shari Sawvel Sarah Saylor Bob Schaefer Lisa Schannen Jim Schieber Dave Scott Tom Selman Lisa Sharp Marianne Shawver Liz Shi ley Michele Shirley Carla Shoup Robert Shumaker Jamie Simons Tim Sirk Jeffrey Smith Richard Smith Vern Smith Virginia Smith Larry Snyder Judy Somerlott Patricia Sova Mitzi Stackhouse Pamela Stackhouse Faith Stoy Ginger Stoy Herbert Straw Dan Strong Laurie Sullivan Karen Szeman Dave Tadsen Suzanne Thai Is Kenneth Thomas Debbie Ulch David Ummel Diane Ummel Frank Vacek Scott VanAuken Becky VanWagner Angie Vierling Casey Walker i homas Walters Brenda Wilcox Cindy Wise Paul Wray Darrol V0ung Patrick Zuber"We Say Good-Bye Theresa Albright Jeff Alexander Mike Arnett Chris Baker Brad Barney Teresa Bashore Mark Beer Paula Bentz Scot Biernat Kent Bledsoe Angela Book Kathryn Breese Kimberly Brock Amy Brown Brett Buehrer Robert Burd Tammy Bush Donald Bussing Tahlean Butz Colleen Carnahan Jack Carpenter Jenny Chapman Jenny Charman Amy C lark Sheila Cleverly Gary Cook Lori Cook Wendy Conrad Robbie Cox William Cummings John Curtis Don Dalrymple Richard David Rene Delaney Dennis Denham Michael Denham Bonnie Dixit Paul Dove Kurt Eberhart James Elston Scott Erpelding Janice Erwin Tim Erwin Randy Eyster Janine Fiedler Gregory Finn Christina Fitton Greg Fraley Pam Fraley Joni Fry Craig Gaff Curtis Goings 170You Say Hello" Michael Graves Mark Green Deborah Griffith Darrel Gurtner Anthony Hackett Melinda Hantz Scott Hantz Robert Harris Ralynn Heckathorn Rodney Henderson Dana Herman Steve Hipskind Lee Hodge Julie Hornbrook Jim Horr Gregg Hoyer Anne Hull Gary Hutchins Jay Ice Ruth Ireland Kelly Isenhoff Cheryl Jenkins Karen Jetmore Helene Johnson Larry Johnson Carrie Johnston Chris Jolin John Kaiser Steve Kelley Laura Kent Rita King Ann Kirkman Jeff Klink Georgia Knotek Pam Kruger Mary Kyle Colleen Kuhn Stacey Lahnum Guy Lamott Mike Leckner Frank Lee Kimberly Lee Kelly Leslie Elizabeth Lillich Anne Loomis Cecil Marten Richard Marten Steve Martin Brenda McKee Jim McLeod Doug McNaughton Joe Means 171Jessie Meyer Robert Miller William Millhouse Roger Mills Amy Morin Julie Morton Lisa Morton Brenda Murphy Chris Myers Sheryl Myers Gordon Nelson DeLois Nester Pleasant Renee Nichols Patrick O'Beirne Richard Onofriett Candy Ordway David Ort Kevin Osman Todd Overgaard Carrie Painter Bruce Parks Trina Parrett Randy Parrish Mark Patterson John Penick Angela Pentico Terry Petre Lisa Piatek David Pinkham Rick Puthoff Deanna Rathburn Joe Richardson Scott R ingler John Ritenour James Roark Kent Rogers Laura Rowlett Todd Russell Tammy Sattison Elsa Sawvel 172Mary Saylor Patricia Schall Todd Schieber Galen Schultz Lori Sevits Richard Simmons Andy Sipe Mike Slack Carolyn Smith Christine Smith Daniel Smith Lisa Smith Noel Snyder Joe Sorg Chris Spitler Julie Springer Brian Squier Barbara Steele John Stevenson Diane Stock Tina Sturtz Denny Surfus Lowell Swift Allan Taboy Dave Taulbee LuAnn Tubbs Margo VanWagner Valerie Varner Peggy Wall Greg Waite Julie Walter Doug Wells Thomas Wells Larry Weicht James Wengerd Susan Whitcomb Laura Willig Janean Wolfe Bonnie Wyatt Monte Yarger Farida Yeasmeen Patricia Zdawczyk 1. Attentively, Farida Yeasmeen works on her color wheel. 2. Mrs. Spoolstra challenges her seventh grade English class during a spelling bee. 3. While concentrating on her next move, Tahlean Butz demonstrates her skills on the uneven bars. 173Band And Choir Impress With Musical Skills Tabbed by Director Brandt as "an outstanding group" and "one of the best jr. high bands ever" the musicians in the last "jr. high" band earned these praises through several performances. Tops among these were a first place rating for the third straight year in the state jr. high band organization contest held in Ft. Wayne. Second priority was placed on the group's appearance, complete with a dance routine, in the Memorial Day parades of Angola and Pleasant Lake. Activity periods on alternate days found the jr. high choir practicing selections for their only public concert of the year at Christmas. As their part of the concert the fifty plus choirists sang four carols topped by a multi-language carol and the group's favorite, "Holly Jolly Christmas." 1. Jr. High band director Mr. Brandt and bandsmen Michelle Shirley, Becky Van Wagner, Colleen Kuhn, Marcia Patterson, Jim Rowland, Cindy Wise, Bruce DeLucenay, Dan Sanders, Alan Moor, and Scott Biernat discuss the program for their fall concert. 2. During the Christmas concert the jr. high choir vocalizes a holiday carol. 3. Miss Siebold works with some of the jr. high girls on a new number for their next concert. 174Student Council Initiates Battle Of The Sexes The "Battle of the Sexes" moved from the television screen to the Angola athletic fields on May 1, courtesy of the jr. high student council, as the male and female students did battle in such areas as basketball, football, obstacle course, skateboarding, track, tug-of-war, and volleyball. Emerging as victors were the boys in what hopes to become an annual event. Composed of four representatives from both the seventh and eighth grades and led by president Amy Koomler, vice president Stacy Bucknam, and secretary-treasurer Melody Arbuckle, the council also sponsored a spring showing of the movie "Ten Little Indians." 1. A segment of the obstacle course poses no problem to a contestant as he competes in the Battle of the Sexes. 2. JR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL-BOTTOM: PatZuber, Tim Sirk, Kelly Isenhoff, Curtis Goings, Jeff Klink. TOP: Terri Carpenter, Stacy Bucknam, Amy Koomler, Melody Arbuckle, and Ann Linsberg. 3. A judgement call by the official, Mindy Dygert, tends to irritate members of the "male" volleyball team-Tim Cranston, Tom Atha, Bruce Klink, Tom Wells, and Tim Sirk. 4. During campaign speeches before student council elections, candidate Melody Arbuckle amuses other candidates with a humorous promise. 175"An Appointment with the Principal", "Bench 18" and "The Lottery" were performed by three casts of jr. high actors. Plots included the fears a young girl has while waiting for her appointment with the principal, the blind date at bench 18 of two lovers the who have only communicated by letter, and the traditional practice of stoning the yearly lottery winners. Under the supervision of high school directors the plays instilled experience and confidence in the budding Thespians. Twenty-four junior high students (twelve from each class) participated in the 1977 school spelling bee. These contestants were weeded out through homeroom competitions and seventh and eighth grade eliminations. Emerging as school winner was eighth grader David Ummel, who proceeded to become the first Angola student to win the county in over seven years. He went on to place sixth out of nineteen area winners in Ft. Wayne. Junior High Award Day, held on May 19, honored those students who actively participated in sports and student council. Mr. Butz presented spelling awards and Scott Erpelding received a honorable mention from the National Scholastic Art Contest. Lisa Caruso and Jim Rowland were recipients of the annual American Legion Award. 1761. Practicing their lines for "The Lottery" are Dan Cripe and Stacy Bucknam. 2. Grinning happily, Rick Onofriett returns to his seat after receiving his student council award. 3. Amy Clark accepts an athletic participation award from Coach Doub. 4. David Ummel, spelling bee winner, carefully awaites the judges' decision on his latest spelling. 5. Seventh grader Trina Parrett competes in the seventh grade bee. 6. Kurt Eberhart heads to his seat after being awarded his sports certificate from Mr. Butz. 7. Actress Terri SanGiacomo fails to aid Shellie Flora in her search for her brother in "Bench 18". 8. Scott Erpelding listens modestly as Mrs. Deardorff explains his artistic accomplishments. 177Football Develops Loyalty The eighth grade football team captained by Craig Best and Tom Selman achieved a good sense of teamwork over the season. Coach Butz respected the group for pulling together instead of playing for themselves. The offense, especially, improved as the team began to sustain drives and score. Leading performers were running backs Jim Rowland, Gordy Peppier, David Gurzynski, and outside linebackers Tim Sirk and Chris Bunch. Trie team finished with a record of 2-2-1. In compiling a 3-1-1 season record the seventh grade football team developed fundamental skills and improved team loyalty. Notable players were Tony Hackett, who was the leading ground gainer and scorer, and Steve Kelly, who was outstanding on defense. Coaches Mawbey and Hochstedler were surprised that the same forty-four members that started the season were still with the team at the end. Also they were "... extremely proud to be associated with such an outstanding group of young men, and are looking for great things from the class of 1982." 1. EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM - FRONT ROW: Don Nagler, Troy Curtis, Craig Best, Kevin Wray, Max Huq, Todd Fouts, Gordy Peppier, Tim Sirk, and Chris Bunch. ROW 2: Jim Rowland, Tim Cranston, Dave Scott, Tom Selman, Dan Sanders, Jay Baker, Miles Dayhoff and Mike Hullinger. ROW 3: Bob Musser, Kirk Lee, Mike Marolf, Tom Atha, Jerry Mocherman, and Mark Klink. ROW 4: Coach Butz, Dave Gurzynski, Pat Zuber, K.C. Etzler, Eben Carper, Rich Dalrymple, Joe Byerly, and Coach Harter. 2. Gordy Peppier attempts to evade the defense by running left. 3. Quarterback Craig Best scrambles in his own backfield. 4. SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM - FRONT ROW: Mike Hall, Jim Elston, John Penick, Chris Baker, John Stevenson, Robbie Cox, Tom Wells, Kevin Osmon, Kurt Eberhardt, Steve Kelley, and Andy Sipe. ROW 2: Pat O'Bierne, Mark Green, Guy Lamott, Joey Richardson, Terry Petre, Mark Beer, Gary Hutchins, Denny Surfus, Greg Hoyer, Tim Erwin, and Scott Snyder. ROW 3: Paul Dove, Scott Erpelding, Jay Ice, Todd Overgard, Kent Rogers, Mike Slack, John Kaiser, Tony Hackett, Jeff Klink, Scott Fretz, Mark Patterson, and Coach Mawbey. ROW 4: Gordy Nelson, Dana Herman, Greg Waite, Mike Lechner, Scot Biernat, Darrel Gurtner, Dale Millhouse, Brett Buehrer, Greg Finn, Jeff Alexander, Dick Simmons, and Coach Hochstedler.Cheering Squads Fire Up Athletes 1. SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS-BOTTOM: Colleen Kuhn, Laura Willig, Debbie Griffith, Anne Hull. TOP: Jessie Meyer, Renee Nichols. 2. Ann Linsberg concentrates on the "Watch Out We're Here" cheer. 3. EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS-Barb Benac, Katy Sanborn, Terri Carpenter, Kim Clouse, Becky Van Wagner, Ann Linsberg. 4. During a gymnastic exhibition the seventh grade cheerleaders demonstrate their inexhaustible enthusiasm. Spring often finds many jr. high girls paying more attention to their practice cheers than their studies as they prepare for the yearly jr. high cheerleading tryouts. Girls are required to perform three jumps, three stunts, a group cneer, plus splits. Along with these skills, coordination and appearance are determining factors for selection to the sauad. After selection, the veil leaders then prepare themselves for the new sports season through a week summer session for learning the years' cheers, mounts, and gymnastic stunts. During the school year biweekly practices sharpen these stunts. According to sponsor Ms. Counterman, "This years' cheerleaders were more advanced because they did more advanced stunts." 179180 Q Basketball Despite weakness in rebounding and inside play, the eighth grade "A"s compensated through desire and hustle to record a 6-6 season. Led by Tim Sirk. Mike Marolf, and Jim Rowland the team played their best against more talented teams and topped off their season by winning their own 4-way tourney. At the same time the "B"s compiled a 3-0 season chalking up 37.7 points per game to their opponent's 19. . For the first time in Angola history, a seventh grade basketball team had an undefeated season. Improving steadily, the team finished first in the Eastside tourney. Tom Wells, Steve Kelley, and Gary Hutchins received honors for their fine performances. According to Coach Harter, "This is a tremendously talented group of seventh graders. They were the finest all around team Angola has ever had." 1. EIGHTH GRADE "A" BASKETBALL TEAM- FRONT ROW: Barb Benac, Terri Carpenter, Becky VanWagner, Katy Sanborn, Ann Linsberg, Kim Clouse. ROW 2: Ron Cook, Tim Sirk, Gordy Peppier, Mark Klink, Craig Best, K.C. Etzler. BACK ROW: Pat Zuber, Jeff Platt, Jim Rowland, Mike Marolf, Tom Atha, Tom Selman, Bob Schaefer, Coach Henney. 2. Maneuvering around his opponent is Craig Best of the eighth grade "A" 's. 3. Bob Schaefer puts up a jump shot from just outside the key. 4. SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM- FRONT ROW: Jeff Alexander, Todd Overguard, John Kaiser, Bob Harris, Greg Frailey, Richard Martin. BACK ROW: Greg Finn, Kurt Eberhart, Steve Hipskind, Gary Hutchins, Tony Hackett, Steve Kelley, Steve Martin, Bret Buehrer, Scot Biernat. J-  Q Basketball Captained by Sherri Hufnagle and Amy Koomler, the Jr. High girls' basketball team had a 7-1 season. The team improved throughout the season finishing with a good showing at the 4-way tourney in Rome City. Coach Doub summed up the season, "It was a great season. Everyone improved fundamental skills. The kids had a lot of spirit. They cheered each other on and everyone supported the team." 1. Trying to control a rebound is Diane Stock. 2. Brenda Murphy, Leann Hodge and Tammy Bush stand poised for the tip-off. 3. GIRL'S JR. HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Lisa Sharp, Suzanne Thalls, Lori Sevits, Amy Koomler, Jamie Simons, Diane Stock, Janine Fiedler, Becky VanWagner, Janet Beattie. BACK ROW: Deb Parks, Brenda Murphy, Tammy Bush, Taleen Butz, Angie Vierling, Sherri Hufnagle, Lisa Crain, Leann Hodge, Pat Zdawczyk, Coach Doub. 4. Coach Doub goes over some last minute strategy. 181Track Teams Marked By Good Attitudes According to Coach Bassett, "This was our best season ever in jr. high boys' track. The main reason was everybody came out that could do the team some good. Also there was a great deal of pride in being a member of this team. All team members gave all they had to make this season a perfect record." The 10-0 season came about throuqh tremendous team depth and the consistent efforts of: Mike Marolf, Jim Rowland, Tom Selman, Mike Ringler, Kevin Wray, and Bob Miller. In addition, Miller set a new 7th grade high jump record of 5'3". A very "small but talented" jr. high girls' team scored a 4-2 season. Ruth Martin, Anne Hull, Kay Howell, and the relay team of Terri Carpenter. Rene Nichols, Howell and Hull, all set school records. Other leading performers were Colleen Kuhn (880 relay), Diane Stock (shot put) and Debbie Parks (hurdles and sprints). Coaches Doub and Dygert commented on the team, "By the time these kids get to high school, they'll be hard to beat. Their attitude Is great and their spirit is surpassed by none. (We) really enjoyed being able to coach them this year." 1. Deb Parks hurdles ahead of the pack. 2. Watching her softball fly is Lisa Sharp. 3. Eighth graders Max Huq and Mike Marolf practice their block starts. 182Golfers And Netters Polish Skills The jr. high tennis team is run like a club, with no outside school meets. Coach Simons used the first two weeks of the season training the group in basics. The second two weeks members challenged one another and the rest of the season they were divided into teams for competition. Composed of active sportsmen, the jr. high golf members were also on the tennis and track teams. This made regular attendance difficult at times. The team met twice a week at Bledsoe's Par Three Golf Course. Outstanding golfers in Coach Harter's opinion were Paul Dove and K.C. Etzler. 1. JR. HIGH GOLF TEAM - LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Harter, Brett Noll, Tim Cranston, David Pinkham, K.C. Etzler, Paul Dove. 2. Jim McLeod serves during a doubles match. 3. Preparing for a forehand shot is K.C. Etzler. 4. Tammy Brown watches Amy Koomler's serve. 183VAN WAGNER'S SLAUGHTERHOUSE R.R. 5 Box 1053 Angola, IN. 46703 665-2279REDWOOD LANES COLE'S CYCLE SALES SALES PARTS SERVICE "Someday, you'll own a Yahmaha" HACKETT'S Building Supply, Inc. 609 W. Maumee St. 665-6915 Lumber Kitchens Paneling "A.J.B.C. 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ARONEN, DONALD L. — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1. BABCOCK, ERIC G. —Building Trades 4. BAILEY, TONY —Basketball Manager 1; Choir 3; Building Trades 4. BAKER, JULIE KAY—Art Club 4; English asst. 1; Home Ec. asst. 2; Science asst. 3; Pom Pon 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Fall Musical 2; FHA 2, 3, Activity Chairman 3; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. BECK, DARLENE KAY—Health asst. 2; Basketball 1; Choir 3; COE 4, Sec. 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Basketball statistician 3. BECK, MARK A.—FEA 4. BIRCHMAN, TODD W. —Science asst. 4; Fall Play 4; Football 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; Hornet Staff 3; NHS 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. BOLIN, JEFFREY T. —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3,; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3. BOWERMAN, HEIDI JO—Health asst. 3; Cheerleader 1, 4; Junior class V. Pres., Senior class Sec. Treas.; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pom Pon 1, 2, 3; Spanich Club 2; Varsity Club 4. BRADBURN, MARK —Building Trades 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1; Tennis 1; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. BUCKNAM, LAURA — Student Council 1; Latin Club 2; Thespians 2, 3. BUSH, HAROLD EDWIN—English asst. 2; History asst. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Trades 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3. CARNEY, KELLE PATRICIA —Science asst. 4; Band 1, 2, 3; NISBOVA 1, 2; State Contest 1, 2; Zionsville 1, 2; NHS 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Pom Pon 1, 2; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1. CARPENTER, CHERI LYNN—Home Ec. asst. 2; Choir 3, 4; COE 4, Pres. 4; FHA 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Bat Girl 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3. CARRIGAN, MARTIN D.--German Club 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2; Hoosier Boy's State 3; National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Debate and Speech 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 4; Hi-Y 4; NHS 4; Student Council 1, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4. CASTLE, MONICA LYNN—COE 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4; FHA 3, 4; Key Staff 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4, Pres. 4. CHAUDOIN, ANDREW ARTHUR--Library asst. 1; Spanish asst. 4; English asst. 4; Fall Musical 1, 3; Fall Play 2, 4; FEA 2, 3, 4, Hendry Park 2, President 3; Hornet Staff 2; Key Staff 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Spanish Honor Society 4; Spring Musical 3; Spring Play 1, 2; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2 3. CHRISTEN, SHEILA CHRYSLER, SUSAN—COE 4. CLESTER, CURTISS—Gym asst. 4; Physical Science asst. 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Football 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Hi- Y 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Track Manager 3, 4; Football Manager 1. CLOUSE, ED—Track 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; COE 4. CONEY, DONNA LOU—Attendance asst. 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Basketball statistician 3. COPE, KIMBERLY J.—Science asst. 1, 2, 3, 4. COUNTERMAN, SPARK E. —Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; AG 3; FFA 2, 3; Football 1. 1. A memory to Richard Huscher is a special poem. 2. Mark Van Wagner and Renee Dygert share a break between classes together in senior hall.CRAIN, STEVEN D. French asst. 2; Choir 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hornet Staff 4; NHS 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. CRAMP, ROBERT CRIMMINS, CYNTHIA MARIE—English asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 4; Fall Musical 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Hornet Staff 4, Co-Editor 4; NHS 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Spring Musical 3; Track 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Tennis 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Best Comedy 3; Jr. High One Acts 1, Director 1; Y-Teens 2, 3. CRIPE, LISA M.--Choir 3, 4; FEA 3, 4, Historian 4; Thespians 3 4. DAVID, ROBERT SCOTT—Auto Mechanics 4. DELLER, JODI ANNE—Hendry Park asst. 2; Band 1, 2; Choir 3, 4; COE 3; VIC A 3; Fall Play 4; FEA 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3; NHS 4; Thespians 1; Y-Teens 4. DELUCENAY, DEBRA SUE—Office asst. 2; Science asst. 3; English asst. 3; Girls Vocal 1, 2; French Club 1, 3, 4; Hornet Staff 4; Pep Club 2; Y-Teens 4. DEMARA, DIANE MARIE—Home Ec. asst. 2, 3; Choir 4; Girls Vocal 1, 2; FHA 1, 2, 3; Pom Pon 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. DOUGLASS, JUDY A.--Art Club 2; Industrial Arts asst. 2; Band 1; Choir 3, 4; Fall Musical 3; Fall Play 2, 4; FHA 1; Key Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1; Spring Musical 2; Spring Play 3; Student Council 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. DOWELL, MICHAEL—ICT 4. DUNLAP, STEVE DYGERT, MARTY—Gym asst. 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, Captain 3; Football 1; Key Staff 3, 4; NHS 3, 4, Pres. 4; Student Council 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. DYGERT, RENEE R.--Special Education asst. 1; Library asst. 2; VICA 4, Secretary 4; Debate and Speech 2, Ft. Wayne Speech Contests; Fall Play 1, 2; One Act Play 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Spring Play 1, 2; Thespians 1, 2, 3. EARLES, KATHY JO EMENHISER, COLEEN KAY—Cheerleader 1; FEA 4; Volleyball 2; GAA 1, 2. EYSTER, DENNIS--FFA 3, 4. FARID, FARHOUMAND FIELD, DAVE J.—Football 1, 2, 4; Golf 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. FORD, REBECCA LELA--FEA 1, 2, Hendry Park asst. 2; French asst. 3; Choir 3, 4; Fall Play 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Hornet Staff 4; NHS 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Swingals 3, 4; Y-Teens 4. FOSTER, RICK FRALEY, CARRIE—COE 3, 4. FULTON, STACY E.—Choir asst. 2; English asst. 4; French asst. 4; Choir 3, 4; Freshman class V. Pres.; Fall Musical 3; Fall Play 2; French Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3; Hornet Staff 4, Co-Editor 4; NHS 3, 4; One Act Piay 1, Director 1; Pep Band 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 2; Spring Musical 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, V. Pres. 4; Swingals 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Track 1, 2. GAFF, LASHELL K. —Band 1, 2, 3; HOE 4; VICA 4, Treas. 4; Fall Play 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish Honor Society 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 2. GLENN, KELLY 0. —Basketball 1; VICA 4; Football 2. GOLLIFF, BRUCE A. — Baseball 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Trades 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. GREEN, RAY GUILMARD, LAURE—French Club 4. HAIFLEY, TRISHA—Girls Vocal 2. HAIFLEY, SHERRY DAWN—Science asst. 1; Library asst. 2; ICT 3, 4; VICA 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1. HAMMOND, SERENA HANCOCK, MARY—Track 1; Varsity Club 1. HAUCK, STEVE A. —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Musical 3; Fall Play 2, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Staff 1; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1; NHS 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Spring Musical 3; Spring Play 2, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4. HEADLEY, DAVID GENE—Agrigulture asst. 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; AG 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Star Chapter Farmer 2, Reporter 3, V. Pres. 4. HEFLEY, GEORGE W.—Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. HEMRICK, LYNNE CAROL—English asst. 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Fall Musical 3; Fall Play 1; French Club 3, 4; Key Staff 2; NHS 3, 4; Spring Musical 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Swingals 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Y-Teens 3, 4. HERMAN, DEB S. —Gym asst. 3; Home Ec. asst. 3; ICT 4; VICA 4; FHA 1, 2; Pom Pon 1, 2, 3, 4, Sunshine girl 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3. HERSHBERGER, STEVEN T.—Hi-Y 3, 4; NHS 3, 4. HOLMAN, SUSAN MARIE—Health asst. 2, 3; Gym asst. 3, 4; English asst. 4; FEA 2, 3, 4, Hendry Park asst. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; FHA 1, Hornet Staff 1; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Y-Teens 3. HUFFMAN, JEAN A.—Office asst. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff football 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. HULL, SUSAN V. —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; NISBOVA 1, 2, 3, 4; State Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Pep Band 2, 3, Attendance Officer; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Basketball and Track Manager 2; Basketball statistician 3; Track 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. HUTCHINS, KATHLEEN GAY —Art Club 2, 3; Health asst. 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Gymnastics 2; NHS 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Pom Pon 1, 2, 3, Officer 3, Outstanding Dancer 2; NISBOVA 1, 2, 3. JOHNSON, JAMES TIMOTHY—Senior class President; ICT 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, 4; VICA 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2. KARST, BRAD Z.—Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Choir 1, 2; Speech 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; NHS 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. KENT, DONALD—Gymnastics 3, 4. KIESS, ALAN J.—Football 1. KILGALLON, SCOTT KLINE, RITA —HOE 4. 211 JOHNSON,TERESA JUNK, DONNA HURD, KAREN—Choir 3, 4. HUSCHER, RICHARD ALAN—Hornet Staff 3. HUTCHINS, JOHNKLINK, BRUCE—Football 2. KLINK, TAMMIE J.--Office asst. 2, 4; Band 1, 2; COE 4; Pep Club 1; Style Show 1, 2. KNAPP, KATHY SUE—Health asst. 2; Office asst. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Choir 3, 4; Fall Play 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band. KONRAD, ED—FFA 2; AG 4. KRANTZ, DOUGLAS WARREN —Band asst. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Fall Musical 1, 3; Fall Play 2, 4; Music Arrangements 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Musical 3; Spring Play 4; Stage Band 3, 4; Swingals accompanist 3; Thespians 1, 2 3, 4. KUNSMAN, FRENCHIE S HER RE—Bookstore asst. 1; Health office 2, 3, 4; FEA 3, 4; Guidance office asst. 3, 4; Speech 4. LAHNUM, GREG—Building Trades 3. LILLICH, MARGARET—FFA 3, 4; Gym asst. 4. LOVELL, KIM ANN—Gym asst. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 4; Swingals 3, 4. MANN, DAVID W. —Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Fall Musical 2; Fall Play 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3; Stage Band 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Spring Musical 2; Spring Play 2, 3. MASON, BILLY—Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4. MASON, BRIAN ORMSBY —Basketball 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Freshman class reporter; Cross Country 2, 3; Debate and Speech 2; Fall Musical 3; Track 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Thespians 3, 4; Varsity Club 2. MCCLELLAN, RHONDA RENEE—FEA 4; Hornet Staff 2; Key Staff 4; Spanish Club 4. MCKNIGHT, CYNTHIA MARIE—Band asst. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Fall Musical 3; Fall Play 2, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4, Treas. 4; One Act Play 1, Co-Director 1; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4; Powderpuff football 1; Spring Musical 3; Swingals 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Variety Show 3. MCLEOD, JOHN—Baseball 4. MACRAE, DUNCAN—Basketball Manager 3. MICK, REBECCA S. —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; NHS 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Pom Pon 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Spanish Club 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4. MILLER, TERRY MORTON, FRANK —Band 1, 2; Pep Band 2. MURDEN, JAMES MUSHETT, THOMAS—Football 3; Tennis 3, 4. O'BEIRNE, STEPHEN PATRICK—Football 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. OLIVER, LINDA M.—FEA 3, 4, Hendry Park 3; Girls Vocal 1, 2; FHA 2. PARKER, JON WILLIAM—Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4. PATTERSON, PERRY L. — Band 2, 3, 4, Marching and Attitude awards; Choir 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Sec. and Treas.; Debate and Speech 2, Fall Play 4; NHS 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, Sec. 3; Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Spring Musical 3; Stage Band 2, 3; Tennis 1; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PARRISH, REX--AG 2; Wrestling 3; Building Trades 3. PETRE, ARNITA L. — Spanish asst. 3; Gym asst. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; FEA 3, 4, Treas. 4; Hornet Staff 1; Key Staff 3, 4; Powderpuff football 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres 4; Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. PFEIFFER, MARTIN—Yearbook 4. PISZKER, CAROLE POWELL, JAMES E.-AG 3; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Livestock Program 4. POWERS, JANET ELLEN —Bookstore asst. 2; COE 4; FHA 1; Pep Club 3, 4; Basketball Statistician 2; Varsity Club 2, 3; Style Show 1, 2; Y-Teens 4; Volleyball 2, 3. PRESLEY, JUDITH ANN—FEA 3, 4. V. Pres. 4; Thespians 4. PYNE, PEGGY —Cheerleader 2, 3; Choir 4; Girls Vocal 1; Fall Musical 2, 3, 4, make-up 2, usherette 2, 3; Key Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pom Pon 4, best attitude; Powderpuff football 3; Spring Play 2, 4; Softball 1, 2. RAHMAN, MASUDUR —Track 2; Hornet 4. RANDOLPH, LINDA A. —Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 3; Fall Musical 1; Gymnastics 1; Key Staff 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Pep Band 1, 3; Swingals 2, 3; Thespians 1; Track 1; Style Show 1; Powderpuff football 1. RIPPE, CHERI ROERDON, KAREN LOUISE—COE 4; FEA 2, 3, 4; French Club ROYAL, PATTY—HOE 4. SANDERS, DOUG P.—Gym asst. 3; Building Trades 3; ICT 4; VICA 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. SATTISON, LINDA KAY—Guidance office asst. 4; FEA 4; Pep Club 4. SCHAEFER, DIANE—Girls Vocal 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 1, 2; HOE 4. SCHALK, BARBARA A. —Choir 2; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3. SCHALL, CHARLES EDWARD — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4. SCHMIDT, ROBERT L. —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. SCHOEP, LAURA ANN—English asst. 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Fall Play 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Pom Pon 1, outstanding attitude, Thespians 2. SEVITS, DAVID L.—Library asst. 1, 2; Hi-Y 2, 4; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 4. SHEARER, SALLY DAWN —Choir 3, 4; Fall Musical 3; Fall Play 4; NHS 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pom Pon 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 3; Spring Play 4; Thespians 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1. SHILEY, ANNETTE J.--Language asst. 3; Science asst. 4; Chess Club 3; Key Staff 3; NHS 2, 3, 4. SHORT, CARL C. —Basketball 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Key Staff 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. SISLER, BARBARA JO—Girls Vocal 1, 2; HOE 4; VICA 4; Debate and Speech 2; Fall Musical 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Hornet Staff 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4.SMITH, BRUCE HAROLD —Algebra asst. 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; Sophomore class Pres.; Junior class Pres.; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; French Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas.; NHS 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. SMITH, KATHY —Latin Club 2; Thespians 3, 4; Art Club 3; ICE 4. SMITH, RICHARD D.--Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Chess Club 2; Cross Country 4; Tennis 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. SMITH, WALTER SNYDER, JUDY —Y-Teens 2; HOE 4. SNYDER, LINDA SUE—Health asst. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pom Pon 3, 4, outstanding marcher 1, 2, drill down 1, 4; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1; Choir 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; NHS 3, 4; Style Show 1; Zionsville 3, 4. SPURGEON, RENEE DENICE—Art Club 4; Band 1, 2; Choir 2; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1; English asst. 3. STOKES, KEN BRUCE NIL SON —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Musical 1, 2; Fall Play 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Spring Musical 1; Spring Play 1; Stage Band 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3. STRANG, RANDY—NHS 3, 4; Hi-Y 4. 1. Colleen Emenhiser prepares to question the representative for graduation invitations, as Frenche' Kunsman and Farid Farhoumand overlook other information. 2. While Tim Johnson watches, Robert Schmidt and Don Kent finish the senior homecoming float. STROH, GARY WAYNE--AG 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Trades 3; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 4. STULTZ, PAM MARIE—Bookstore asst. 2; Flag Corp. 4; COE 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, Historian 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; Style Show 1, 2. SWINIUCH, MARY R.—Track 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3. SZEMAN, DAVE J.--English asst. 3; Building Trades 3; ICT 4; VICA 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2 3, 4. VANWAGNER, MARK R.—Golf 2; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4. VANWAGNER, ROBERTA K. —Band 1, 2, 3, 4; NISBOVA 1, 2, 3, 4; State Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Choir 3, 4; Girls Vocal 1, 2; Key Staff 4; Pep Band 1, 2; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4; Track 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Statistician 3, 4; Style Show 1; Y-Teens 4. VILDERS, CHUCK VOYLES, CLAUDEA WALSH, RANDY LYNN—Basketball 1, 2; Building Trades 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3. WEBB, LOWELL—ICE 4. WELDON, NEAL —Building Trades 3; ICT 4. WENZEL, DENNIE--FFA 3, 4; AG 4. WHITCOMB, BRENT E.--Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. WILCOX, LARRY—Cafeteria 1. WILCOX, LOREE RAE—Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; Girls Vocal 1, 2; Fall Play 1; Pom Pon 1, 2, 3; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 2. WILKINS, CHERYL ANN—Art Club 2, V. Pres. 2; Fall Play 1; Fall Musical 1; Thespians 1, 2; Volleyball 2. WILLIAMS, JIM WILLIBEY, KEVIN D.—Football 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIS, MARK A. WILT, ELIZABETH A.--Fall Play 1; Thespians 2. YOSHIKAWA, JUNZO ZIMMER, MATTHEW SCOTT—Gym asst. 3; Baseball 1; Senior Class V. Pres.; HOE 4; VICA 4, Pres. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4; NHS 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 213Faculty Larry Bassett 57. 89 Sandra Bendezu 65 Bill Bolher 60. 99. 110. 111. 146 Larry Brandt 60. 161. 174 Russell Brayton 60 Helen Buse 60 Terry Butz 60. 177. 178 Diane Cook 20. 26. 29. 46. 58. 132. 139 Chris Counterman 65 Rita Crimmins 41. 60 June Deardorff 61, 177 Linda Doub 61. 92. 176. 181 Tom Dougherty 57. 152. 153 Chuck Dygert 60 Mindy Dygert 114, 157 John Fiandt 58 Barry Frisinger 57. 160. 161, 163, 220 Donna Frisinger 28. 159 Dave Goodwin 61. 176. 175 John Hammel 62 Dean Harter 178. 183 Don Harter 57. 113 Mary Ann Hauck 62. 87. 138 Craig Henney 180 Jeff Heier 60 Susan Heier 62 Dan Hochstedler 57. 123. 125. 178 Gary Kearney 139 Harry Kelley 57 Sara King 52 Harry Krebs 63 Mary Jane Kruse 61 Basil Mawbey 65. 113. 149. 178 Olive McKeever 61. 134. 135 Marilyn Myers 28. 46. 62 Rita Nedele 57. 108 Carroll Nesbitt 62. 116 Rose Owens 58 Dick Powers 108 Doyle Robinson 58 Neil Robinson 62. 151 Jerry Rodman 62 Madeline Schubert 62 Jim Scott 27. 61. 136. 222 Leroy Shutt 63 Nancy Siebold 21. 64. 154. 155. 174 Dick Simon 63. 58 Jim Simons 36, 64. 83 Joe Sirk 27. 28. 63. 122 Barbara Sisler 63 Clem Sniadecki 63 Dave Snyder 63 Marge Spoolstra 63. 140. 173 Rex Stevens 63 Adrian Thalls 63 Betty Thalls 63 Terry Thompson 28. 29. 65 Don Tokarz 20. 63. 148 Beth Trennepohl 57. 146 Hal Vaughn 57. 64. 133. 161. 163 Leon Walker 61 Jim Weaver 58 Tony Wright 47. 57. 104. 143 John Wysong 62. 102. 111. 113 Sr. High Adams. 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Patti (10) 46. 86. 140. 142, 152. 159. i63 Griffith. Robert (11) 29. 80. 135. 140 Griffiths. Chris (9) 91. 120. 161. 163 Guilmard. Laure (12) 38. 71. 139 Gurtner. Duane (11) 80. 144. 145 Gurtner. Dwight (10) 86. 144, 145 Gurzynski. Brian (10) 86. 111. 113. 122 Hackett. Scott (11) 80. 104. 105. 154. 155. 160. 161. 163. 191 Haddix. Jeff (11) 80. 143 Hartley. Trisha (12) 71 Hartley. Sherry (12) 41. 71. 205 Hall. Frank (9) 91 Hall. Rick (9) 91. 99. 126 Ham. Michelle (9) 52. 91. 141. 195 Ham. Mike (10) 86. 101. 116. 117 Hammond. Rick (11) 20. 45. 80. 81. 139. 152. 204 Hammond. Serena (12) 71 Hancock. Mary (12) 71 Hancock. Tom (11) 37. 80. 101 Hantz. Lourie (10) 86 Hantz. Orrm (9) 91 Hantz. Scott (9) 91. 110. 123 Hart. Richard (10) 86. 139 Hastreiter. Mike (10) 86 Hauck. Laura (11) 42. 80. 132. 135. 137. 139. 142. 154. 155. 158. 159. 163. 193 Hauck. Steve (12) 18. 72. 135. 140. 143. 152. 154. 155. 163 Headley. Dave (12) 26. 41. 72. 145. 154. 155 Headley. Julie (9) 91. 152. 159 Headley. Sara (9) 92. 152. 159 Headley. Susan (11) 80. 140. 142. 159. 200 Hefley. George (12) 20. 22. 24. 72. 101. 112. 113, 220 Hekter. Tammy (9) 92 Hemrick. Lynne (12) 20. 72. 132. 135. 152. 154. 155. 156 Hensel. He.d. (9) 92. 103. 133. 159 Herman. Dennis (9) 92. 99 Hershberger. Steve (12) 29. 72. 135. 143 Higbee. Barb (9) 4. 92. 106 Higbee. Carol (11) 80. 108. 109. 114. 120. 149 Hiler. Dave (9) 36. 92. 99. 110. 123 Hiler. Kathy (10) 52. 86. 141. 142, 163 Hill. Ruth (11) 29. 80. 132. 135. 140, 142, 154. 155. 159. 217 Hilton. Alan (9) 82. 102. 110. 127 Hilton. Ken (11) 22. 80. 154, 155. 160. 161. 163 Hindman. Tammy (11) Hindman. Wes (10) 86 Hmman. Todd (9) 92 Hipskind. Bob (10) 86. 116. 117. 138 Hirons. John (10) 86. 152. 154. 155. 163 Holibaugh. Tom (10) Holman. Susie (12) 72. 147 Hornbrook. Steve (9) 92. 144 Horr. Judy (10) 86 Horr. Rick (11) 80 Horr. Sherri (9) 92 Houlton. Mark (9) 92. 118 Howell. Diane (9) 92. 159. 195 Howell. Sue (10) 4. 46. 86. 106. 107. 111. 140. 148 Huffman. Jean (12) 72. 114. 120. 141. 142. 149 Huffman. Larry (11) 80 Huffman. Val (9) 4. 17. 52. 92. 106. 157. 221 Hufnagle. Cindy (10) 86. 141. 159 Hull. Susan (12) 30. 31. 47. 72. 154. 155 Hunter. Denise (9) 92 Hurd. Karen (12) 42. 72 Hurd. Kathy (10) 15. 17. 25. 86. 159 Hurd. Kevin (10) 45. 86. 118 Huscher. Richard (12) 190. 210 Huscher. Roger (11) 80 Huss. Dan (10) 86. 144. 145 Huss. Gene (11) 29. 36. 80. 144. 145 Hutchins. John (12) 72 Hutchins. Kathy (12) 4. 23. 135. 202 Inman. Chris (9) 92 Ireland. Randy (10) Jack. Tim (9) 92 Jenkins. Kelly (9) 52. 92. 93. 159 Jetmore. Brenda (9) 92 Jetmore. Roger (11) 80 Johnson. Kirk (9) 92. 93. 110. 123 Johnson. Teresa (12) 72 Johnson. Tim (12) 40. 42. 68. 69. 72. 101. 106 Jolin. Joe (10) 51. 86 Jones. Will (11) Julian. Michelle (10) 86. 139. 152. 161. 163. 222 Junk. Don (11) Junk. Donna (12) 31. 72 Kaiser. Trish (10) 86. 114. 157 Kaiser. Steve (9) 92. 122 Karst. Brad (12) 42. 66. 101. 125. 135. 143. 149. 206 Karst. Matt (11) 72. 80. 101. 113. 125. 132. 135. 206 Kauffman. Tammy (10) Keener. Marsha (12) Kelley. Karen (11) 23. 42. 80. 135. 137. 140. 142. 155. 159 Kennedy. Paul (10) 86. 154. 155. 160. 161. 163 Kent. Don (12) 213 Kiesel. Koug (9) 92 Kiesel. Tom (9) 92 Kiess. Alan (12) 30. 66. 72 K.lgallon. Scott (12) 66. 73 King. Becky (10) 26. 52. 87. 133. 136. 137. 139. 142. 147. 152. 156. 222. 224 King. Shelley (9) 92 Kirkman. Susan (9) 92. 103. 161. 163 Kline. Rita (12) 73 Klinger. Val (10) 87. 141. 142 Klink. Bruce (12) 42. 73 Klink. Fred (10) 87 Klink. Kurt (11) Klink. Laurie (10) 87. 159 Klink. Tammie (12) 73. 150. 202 Knapp. Kathy (12) 15. 20. 73. 106. 107. 148. 154. 155. 163. 196 Knecht. Amy (11) 42. 80. 132. 135. 139. 142. 152. 154. 155. 159 Knuth. Madonna (9) Konrad. Ed (12) Kramer. Mindy (9) 93. 189 Krantz. Doug (12) 8. 18. 20. 26. 73. 135. 139. 152. 153. 154. 155. 160. 161. 163. Kratz. Diane (11) 80. 106. 107. 142. 154. 155. 163 Kruckeberg. Linda (9) 93 Kuckuck. Cathy (11) 80 Kuhn. Greg (11) 50. 80. 101. 106. 125. 135. 149 Kuhn. Larry (10) 87. 118. 163 Kuhn. Steve (9) 93. 99. 118 Kunsman. Frenche (12) 73. 133. 147, 213 Kyle. Joe (11) 24. 80. 194. 105. 116. 117 Kyle. Laura (9) 4. 93. 106. 120. 157. 221 Lahnum. Greg (12) 31. 73 Lamott. Monica (9) 48. 93. 114. 152 Lamott. Theresa (10) 87. 143, 152 Lanmng. Mike (10) 87 Lansford. Marcella (11) 20. 81. 135 Lansford. Tom (9) 93. 140 Latson. Paula (9) Latson. Sherrie (10) 87. 93 Lehman. Pauiett (12) Leslie. Jeff (9) 94 Leslie. John (10) 87 Leslie. Phillip (10) 87 Lillich. Margaret (12) 44. 73. 144 Lillich. Monica (9) 93 Lillich. Virginia (10) 87. 193 Lin. Carl (9) 93. 102. 126 Link, Lisa (10) 52. 87. 103. 163 Lmsberg. Mark (10) 26. 87. 101. 113. 154. 155. 163 Loffler. John (9) 110 Long. John (11) 81 Long. Stacey (12) Lonsbury. Penny (11) 81. 142. 157. 222 Loomis. Susan (10) 87 Lovell. Kim (12) 73. 154. 155. 156. 161. 163 Lovell. Sheryl (11) 81. 135. 140. 142. 152. 154. 155. 156, 158. 159 MacRae, Duncan (12) 66. 73 Mann. Dave (12) 18. 73. 122. 154. 155. 160. 163. 161. 214 Mann. Denise (11) 81 Marcum. Marsha (10) Marcum. Penny (9) Martin. Cindy (9) 93 Martin. Jim (9) 93 Martin. K.m (11) 81 Martin. Renae (11) 81 Mason. Andrea (11) 17. 20. 81. 135. 134. 142. 152. 200. 222. 22 Mason. Billy (12) 73 Mason. Brian (12) 16. 17. 20. 30. 31. 46. 152. 154. 155 Mason. Darlene (12) McAfee. Brenda (11) 81 McBride. Kim (11) 42. 81. 135. 139. 142. 154. 155. 159 McClellan. Rhonda (12) 141. 147. 222 McCorkle. Mike (10) McKee. Terry (9) 93. 126 McKeever. Howard (11) 37 McKinley. Louise (11) McKinley. Penny (10) 87 McKmght. Cindy (12) 17. 18. 27. 28. 30. 31. 74. 103. 114. 115. 135. 139. 149. 152. 154. 155. 156. 160. 161. 163 McKmght. D.J. (9) 93. 122 McLeod. John (12) 42. 125 McNaughton. Steve (10) 87 Means. Philiip (10) 87 Meek. Rhonda (10) 87. 139. 142 Meyers. Dave (10) 26. 87. 143. 144, 152. 154. 155. 160. 161. 163 Mick. Becky (12) 47. 74. 132. 135 Miller. Marty (11) 27. 81. 101. 118. 119 Miller. Pam (10) 4. 15. 87. 106. 107. 111. 142. 148. 163. 220 Miller. Terry (12) 31 Mills. Beccy (10) 87. 146 Moody. Diane (10) 52. 87. 142. 159 Moonen. John (11) 81 Moonen. Leslie (9) 43. 93. 152 Moor. Mike (10) 87. 198 Moore. Perry (10) 87 Morales. Marina (9) 93 Morton. Frank (12) 74 Morton. Janet (9) 93 Morton. Melody (10) 52. 87. 138. 152. 197 Morton. Mike (9) 93 Mortorff. Walter (10) 87. 144 Munger. Marsha (9) Murden. Jim (12) 74 Murphy. Bob (10) 23. 87. 101. 123. 140 Mushett. Anne (9) 93. 141 Mushett. Tom (12) 28. 74. 104 Musser, Gerald (11) Myers. Lavonne (9) 93 Myers. Rick (10) 87 Myers. Dennis (12) 74. 118 Mygrant. Mark (9) Nagler. Cathy (11) 81. 134. 135. 140, 147 Nagler. Robin (10) 87. 163 Napier. Loretta (9) Neely. Bill (11) Neely. Dave (10) Nelson. Greg (10) 87. 132. 144 Nolson. Kathy (9) 52. 93. 195 Nester, Gina (9) 93 Nester. Linda (10) 44. 87. 196 Neuenschwander. Claudia (11) 16. 81. 135. 138. 142. 152. 154. 155. 156 Newnam. Kathy (11) 81. 135. 142. 154. 155. 156. 159 Newman. Steve (11) 81. 101. 143, 135. 154. 155 Nicholson. Chris (9) 93 Nicholson. Judy (11) Nilson, Jayne (9) 93 Nix. Laura (9) 52. 93 Nixon. Kim (20) 87. 103. Ml Nixon. Richard (10) 88 Nixon. Tim (11) 81 O Be.rne. Brad (11) 78. 81. 116. 117. 135. 154. 155. 161. 163 O Beirne. Steve (12) 74. 117. 122. 149 Ohls. Judy (11) 81 Olinske. Lee (10) 88 Olmske. Randy (11) 81 Oliver. Linda (12) 74. 147 Oliver. Paul (10) 88 Oliver. Theresa (9) 93 Olson. Raymond (9) O’Neal. Paige (10) 18. 19. 52. 88. 139. 152. 153. 156. 159 0’Qumn. Jim (10) 88. 144 O'Quinn. Madonna (10) 88 Ordway, Carol (10) 88 Ordway. Cindy (11) 81. 147 Ort. Holly (10) 88 Osborne. Grace (9) 93. 159. 187 Overgaard. Brenda (9) 52. 93 Painter. Ginger (11) 81 Painter. Lori (9) 93. 141 Parker. Jon (12) 31. 74. 113 Parks. Kathy (11) 81 Parks. Shori (9) 93 Parrish. Brynn (9) 93 Parrish. Rex (12) 32. 74. 118 Parrish. Rusty (10) 51. 88 Patterson. Perry (12) 18. 20. 26. 29. 74. 133. 135. 152. 154. 155. 160. 161. 163 Patterson. Shane (9) 83. 98. 99. 107. 110, 126 Patterson. Mike (10) 88. 101. 126 Pelletier. Cindy (10) 88 Pelletier. Maureen (10) Penick. Denny (11) 81 Penick. Michelle (9) 94 Pemx. Chuck (10) 84. 88. 95. 101. 118. 119. 122. 142. 155. 163. 218 215Penland. Rex (10) Peppier. Connie (9) 44. 94. 159 Peppier. Kathy (11) 81. 108. 109. 103. 114. 135. 163. 149 Peterman, leanne (9) 52. 94. 159 Peterman. Lynne (9) 52. 94. 159 Petersen. Mark (9) 94. 117 Petersen. Ted (10) 88. 126 Petre. Armta (12) 27. 74. 103. 108. 109. 114. 120. 121. 136. 147. 149. 222. 224 Petre. Betty (9) 94 Piatek. Dan (9) 90. 94. 160. 163 Pfeiffer. Marty (12) 28. 36. 38. 74. 139 Pmkham. Allen (11) 29. 81. 122 Piszker. Carole (12) 74. 151 Placek. Mike (9) 94 Potts. Patty (10) 88 Powell. Jerry (9) 94. 144 Powell. Jill (10) 88. 142. 144 145. 152, 163 Powell. Jim (12) 74 Powers. Janet (12) 75. 103 Presley. Judy (12) 66. 75. 147 Pressler. Scott (10) 88 Pnvett. Bill (11) 81 Prowant. Debbie (9) 94 Pyne. Dave (9) 94 Pyne. Peggy (12) 75. 136. 154. 155. 200. 222 Rahman. Masudur (12) 75. 133 Rakestraw. Kurt (9) 94 Rakestraw. Penny (9) 94. 222 Randolph. Linda (12) 75 Ray. Kathy (9) 94 Ray. Teresa (9) 94 Reese. Julie (11) 82. 120. 121. 142. 149. 163 Reese. Lynn (11) 82. 120. 121. 142. 149. 163. 203 Reese. Stuart (10) 88. 111. 126. 127 Reynolds. Alex (9) 94. 99 Rhoads. June (11) 82 Richardson. Laura (9) Ridenour. Guy (11) 82, 101 Ridenour, Rod (11) 82 Riesen. Shawnee (11) 82. 193 Riesen. Tracy (10) 88 Rmgler. Linda (11) Rippe. Cheri (12) 75 Ritenour. Bob (10) 33. 139. 152. 217 Ritter. Dan (10) 88 Ritter. Terry (11) 37. 82. 214 Roberts. Todd (9) 92 Roerden. Barb (10) 88. 141. 146. 163 Roerden. Karen (12) 66. 75. 150 Rogers. Kim (9) 30. 52. 92. 163 Romirve. Doug (10) 88. 138 Roth. Becky (9) 29. 94. 139. 195 Roth. Karen (11) 82. 132 Rowe. Rudy (9) 94 Rowland. Betsy (11) 12. 15. 45. 82. 135. 140. 142. 154. 155 Rowlett. Mary Beth (10) 20. 88. 142. 147. 152. 153. 156. 161. 163 Royal. Patty (12) Ruckel. Jay (9) 94. 99. 110. 123. 125. 198 Rudolph. Brian (10) 88. 144 Rudolph. Jeff (12) 88. 123. 144. 145 Russell. Gregg (10) 88. 143. 154. 155. 161. 163 Ryan. Dave (11) 44. 82. 102. 126 Ryan. Billy (11) 82 Sanborn. Dave (10) 84. 88. 101. 118. 143 Sanborn. Mark (11) 78. 82. 101 Sanders. Doug (12) 27. 75. 101. 118. 119 Sanders. Nancy (9) 15. 43. 91. 94. 159 Sattison. Karen (11) 82 Sattison. Linda (12) 3. 66. 75. 147. 198 Sattison. Sharon (11) 82 Sauter. Eric (10) 88. 123 Sauter. Kevin (9) 94 Sawvel. Dora (10) 51. 88 Sawvel. Scott (9) 94 Schaefer. Diane (12) 41. 75 Schaefer. Lon (11) 82. 141. 142. 152. 159. 163 Schaeffer. Tammy (9) 94 Schaeffer. Victor (11) 82 Schalk. Barb (12) 75 Schalk. George (11) 18. 78. 82. 135. 139. 152. 154. 155. 163 Schall. Chuck (12) 75. 160. 161. 163 Schne.dhorst. John (10) 88. 139 Schneidhorst. Lyn (11) 18 Schlup. John (9) 94. 217 Schmidt. Robert (12) 27. 37. 75. 100. 101. 106. 126. 213 Schoep. Larry (9) 94. 99. 117 Schoep. Laura (12) 25. 75 Schult . Mark (11) 82 Schwarz. Ed (10) 99 Schwarz. Tom (9) 94 Scott. Melissa (11) 82. 147 Selman. Bill (10) 88. 98. 101. 113. 132. 149 Senger. Susan (10) 72. 89. 146 Sevits. Dave (12) 192. 75 Shadle. Don (11) Shadle. Jeff (9) 94 Shadle. Vaughn (10) 89. 138 Sharp. Roger (9) Sharp. Sara (10) 89. 146 Shawver. Doug (11) 82 Shawver. Julie (10) 89. 103. 120. 161. 163 Shearer. Bob (9) 43. 92. 94, 110. 122 Shearer. Sally (12) 17. 18. 19. 23. 36. 75. 135. 142. 154 155. 159 Sh.pe, Debbie (11) 82. 106. 107 148. 149 Shipe. Ron (9) 94. 99. 118 Shiley. Annett (12) 26. 28. 76. 134 Short. Carl (12) 76. 143 Shoup. Mike (9) 94 Shoup. Norman (9) 94. 163 Shumaker. Chris (9) 94 Shumaker. Lori (11) 108. 114. 120 Sikes. Sam (10) Simmons. Billy (10) 84. 89. 101. Ill Simons. Julie (11) 82. 106. 107. 178 Simons. Nate (9) 74. 118. 119. 126 Simons. Tim (9) 95. 144 Sirk. Scott (9) 95. 99. 110 Sisler. Barb (12) 18. 20. 41. 76 Slater. Dave (9) 95 Smith. Becky (10) 89 Smith. Bruce (12) 26. 36. 76. 100. 101. 106. 125. 135. 143. 149 Smith. Don (12) Smith. Kathy (12) 18. 42. 49. 76. 151. 152. 193 Smith. Richie (12) 27. 47. 76. 102. 104. 105 Smith. Tracey (9) 15. 39. 95. 157. 196. 221 Smith. Sandy (10) 24. 52. 89. 158. 159 Smith. Walter (12) 76 Snyder. Dan (10) 89. 205 Snyder. Janet (9) 95 Snyder. Judy (12) 41. 76 Snyder. Kevin (10) 49. 89 Snyder. Linda (12) 76. 135. 139. 143. 154. 155. 159. 164. 203 Snyder. Sharon (10) 89. 139. 163 Somerlott. Deb (10) 52. 89. 120. 142. 163 Somerlott. Sandy (11) 42. 82. 139. 142. 154. 155. 156. 161. 163 Sorg. Terri (10) 46. 89. 140. 159 Sprague. Scott (11) 82 Spencer. Penny (12) Spurgeon. Renee (12) 76. 151 Squier. Dan (12) 89 Stackhouse. Jeff (10) 89. 112. 113. 149 Stahl. Pam (10) 89. 146 Steele. Rory (11) 126 Steele. Sandy (10) 89 Stock. Brenda (11) 82. 108. 142. 154. 155 156. 161. 163 Stock. Karen (10) 89. 108. 142. 156. 163 Stock. Kevin (9) 95. 110. 163 Stokes. Ken (12) 76. 143. 154. 155. 161. 163 Stoudinger. Diane (9) 95. 103 Strang. Randy (12) 76. 143 Strang. Rusty (10) 89 Straw. Lisa (11) 42. 82. 136. 142. 154. 155 158. 159 Straw. Mitch (9) 95. 99. 110. 122 Strawser. Tim (9) 95 Strock. Randy (11) 92 Stroh. Gary (12) 27. 76. 118 Strong. Steve (10) 89. 144 Stuart. Karen (10) 29. 52. 89. 157 Stultz. Pam (12) 40. 66. 76. 203 Stultz. Todd (10) 89 Sturtz. Barb (10) 89 Sumney. Barb (11) 82. 108. 114. 142 149 154. 155. 156 Swimuch. Mary (12) 76. 108. 120 Swmiuch. Sue (9) 95. 108. 120 Szeman. Dave (12) 17. 31. 101. 118. 119 Szeman. Don (9) 95 Szeman. Jayne (11) 82. 189 Taylor. Aaron (9) 95 Taylor. Pat (11) 42. 82 Throop. Ron (11) 27. 82. 101. 126 163 Tibbs. John (10) 89. 144 Timpe. Jim (11) 83. 116. 117 Tritch. Ron (9) 94. 99. 144. 145 Tuttle. Pam (10) 52. 89 Underwood. Kevin (9) 95 Van. Charles (10) VanWagner. Kirk (10) 89. 143 VanW3gner. Mark (12) 27. 48. 77. 116. 117. 210 Velkoff. Mark (9) 95. 137. 222 Vest. Brenda (9) Vilders. Chuck (12) 77 V. lders, Marty (10) 45. 89 Vbyles. Claudia (12) Wagner. Dave (10) Wa.te. Janie (11) 83. 142. 157 Waite. Jeff (10) 89. 154. 155 163 Wa.te. Julie (11) 23. 83. 140, 142. 154. 155. 157. 200 Wallace. Myra (10) 89 Walsh. Randy (10) 37. 77 Walter. Beth (11) 83. 103. 114. 115. 135. 149. 152. 163 Walter. Dave (11) 83 Walter. Don (9) 95 Walters. Rhonda (11) 16. 23. 82. 142. 154. 155. 159 Waltke. Jom (10) 52. 89. 142. 147. 152. 157 Waltmire. Alan (11) Waltmire. Marie (9) 17. 52. 95 Wattier. Tim (11) 83. Ill Wattier. Tom (9) 95. 110. 126 Weaver. Joe (10) 89. 101 Weaver. Josetta (11) 83. 114, 115. 194 Weaver. Mike (9) 95 Webb. Lowell (12) Webb. Theresa (9) Weber. John (9) 95 Weiss, Elizabeth (9) 52. 95. 114. 120. 163 Weldon. Neal (12) 77 Wells. Brady (10) 442. 89. 102. 111. 113. 126. 149 Wells. Jeff (11) 83. 101. 126. 127 Wells. Rod (9) Wells. Sheryl (12) Wenzel. Dennis (12) 77. 145 West. Mary (11) 83. 114. 115. 120. 149 Whitcomb. Brent (12) 77. 118. 119. 126 White. Hoyt (9) 95 White. Kerry (12) Whitlock. Carrie (10) 42. 52. 89. 120. 163. 186 Whitlock. Ginny (11) 18. 83. 103. 135. 142. 152. 154. 155. 186. 214. 222 Wilcox. Barry (9) 95. 102. 111. 113. 123. 144. 145 Wilcox. Larry (12) Wilcox. Lorce (12) 21. 77. 154. 155 Wilcox. Mike (11) 83. 104. 123 Wilcox. Jamie (10) 102. 126. 149. 163 Wilkins. Cheryl (12) 77 Willeman. Diana (9) 95. 159 Williams. Jim (12) Wilhbey, Kevin (12) 15. 27. 37. 77. 101 W. llibey. Kim (11) 50. 83. 144 Willis. Mark (12) 66. 77 Wilt. Liz (12) 77 Wogoman. Jeff (9) 95. 99 Wolf. Jim (9) 95 Wolfe. Jack (9) 95. 144. 188 Woodruff. Claudia (9) 95 Worman. Chris (9) 93. 95. 110. 198 Worman. Greg (9) 95. 99. 110. 198 Wyatt. Dan (9) 95 Yoshikawa. Junzo (12) 38. 77 Young. Jay (11) 83. 101. 126. 127 Young. Julie (11) 83. 114 Zdawczyk. M.chello (10) 42. 89. 103. 163 Ze.ger. Belinda (10) 4. 15. 52. 89. 106. 107. 111. 142. 148 Zepick. Kent (10) 42. 89. 101 Zimmer. Matt (12) 30. 31. 41. 68. 77. 101. 135 Zimmer. Mike (11) Zimmer. Phil (9) 99. 95. 118. 119 Zimmerman. Karen (10) 28. 89. 142. 147. 152. 159 Jr. High Albright. Theresa (7) 151. 170 Alexander. Jeff (7) 170. 178. 180 Alexander. Trent (8) 166 Allen. Kim (8) 166 Arbuckle. Melody (8) 166. 175 Armstrong. Jerry (8) 166 Arnett. Mike (7) 170 Aronen. Paul (8) 166 Atha. Tom (8) 36. 166. 178. 180. 175 Ayers. Roger (8) 166 Ayers. Sandy (8) 166 Baker. Chris (7) 170. 178 Baker. Jay (8) 166. 178 Bal. Danny (8) 139. 166 Barney. Brad (7) 170 Bashore. Teresa (7) 170 Beattie. Janet (8) 166. 181 Beattie. Robin (8) 166 Beck. Jerry (8) 166 Beer. Mark (7) 170. 178 Benac. Barb (8) 166. 179. 180. 217 Bentz. Paula (7) 170 Berry. Catherine (8) Best. Craig (8) 166. 178. 180. 183 Biernat. Scot (7) 170. 178. 180. 175 Bledsoe. Kent (7) 170 Book. Angela (7) 170 Bowman. Nickie (8) 166. 174. 219 Bradburn. 8arry (8) 166 Breese. Kathryn (7) 170 Brock. Kim (7) 170 Brock. Tim (8) 139. 166 Brown. Amy (7) 170 Brown. Deanna (8) 166 Buckman. Stacy (8) 139. 166. 174. 175. 176 Buehrer. Brett (7) 170. 178. 180 Bunch. Chris (8) 166. 178 Burd. Bob (7) 119. 170 Burrell. Dan (8) 166 Bush, Majone (8) 166 Bush. Tammy (7) 170. 181 Bussing. Don (7) 170 Butz. Tahleen (7) 170. 181 Byerly. Joe (8) 166. 178 Campbell. Richard (8) 139. 166 Canon. Randy (8) 166 Carnahan. Collenn (7) 151. 170 Carpenter, Jack (7) 170 Carpenter. Terr. (8) 166. 174. 175. 179. 180 Carper. Ebon (8) 139. 166. 178 Caruso. Lisa (8) 166. 174 Cary. Sue (8) 166. 174 Chapman. Jenny (7) 170 Charrnan. Jenny (7) 170 Chrysler. Debbie (8) 166 Clark. Amy (7) 170. 176 Cleverly. Shelia (7) 170 Clouse. Kim (8) 166. 174. 179. 180 Coleman. Julie (8) 166 Conrad. Kelly (8) 166 Conrad. Wendy (7) 170 Cook. Gary (7) 170 Cook. Greg (7) 153 Cook. Lor. (7) 170 Cook. Ron (8) 153. 166. 180 Cox. Robbie (7) 1 70. 1 78 Cram. Lisa (8) 166. 181 Cranston. Tim (8) 166. 174. 175. 178. 183 Cnpe. Dan (8) 18. 152. 153. 166. 176 Cummings. William (7) 170 Curtis. John (7) 170 Curtis. Troy (8) 166. 178 Dailey. Polly (8) 166. 219 Daler. Marta (8) 166 Dalrymple. Don (7) 153. 170 Dalrymple. Rich (8) 153. 166. 174. 178 Damron. Jerry (8) 166 David, Richard (7) 170 Dayhoff. Miles (8) 167. 178 Delaney. Rene (7) 170 DeLucenay. Bruce (8) 167, 174 DeMara. Dan (8) 167 DeMara. Don (8) 167. 48 Denham. Dennis (7) 170 Denham. Mike (7) 170 Dirrim. Terry (8) 167. 183 Dixit. Bonnie (7) 170 Dodson. Susan (8) 167 Dove. Paul (7) 170. 178 Eberhardt. Lauri (8) 167 Eberhart. Kurt (7) 170, 177. 178. 180 Eggleston. Denise (8) 167 Elston. Jim (7) 170. 178 Erpelding Scott (7) 153. 170. 177. 178 Erwin. Janice (7) 170 Erwin. Tim (7) 170. 178 Etzler. K.C. (8) 167. 178. 180. 183 Eyster. Randy (7) 170 Fee, John (8) 167Fiddler, Janme (7) 170. 181 Finn. Greg (7) 170. 178 Fitton. Chris (7) 170 Flora. Shell (8) 153. 167. 174. 177 Ford. Tony (8) 167 Fouts. Todd (8) 167. 178 Fraley. Greg (7) 170. 180 Fraley. Pam (7) 170 Fraley. Scott (8) 167 Fritz. Gary (8) 167 Fry. Jom (7) 1 70 Gaff. Cra.g (7) 170 Gawlik. Gwen (8) 167 Goings. Curtis (7) 170. 175 Graves. Mike (7) 171 Green. Mark (7) 171. 178 Griffith. Debbie (7) 171. 179 Gurtner. Darrel (7) 171. 178 Gurzynski. Dave (8) 167. 178. 187 Hackett. Tony (7) 171. 178. 180 Hall. Dana (8) 167 Hall. Mike (7) 178 Hammond. Melody (8) 141. 167 Hantz. Mmdy (7) 171 Hantz. Scott (7) 171 Harris. Bob (7) 171. 180 Harter. Lon (8) 44. 151. 167 Hayden. Lori (8) 167. 174 Heckathorn. Ralynn (7) 171 Henderson. Mike (8) 167 Henderson. Rod (7) 171 Herman. Dana (7) 171, 178 Hipskmd. Steve (7) 171. 180 Hodge. Leann (7) 171. 181 Hornbrook. Julie (7) 171 Hornbrook. Todd (8) 167 Horr. Jim (7) Howell. Annette Kay (8) 167 Hoyer. Gregg (7) 171. 178 Hufnagle. Sherri (8) 167. 181 Hull. Anne (7) 171. 179 Hullinger. Mike (8) 167. 178 Huq. Max (8) 167. 178. 182. 217 Hutchins. Gary (7) 171. 178. 180 Ice. Jay (7) 171. 178 Ireland. Ruth (7) 171 Isenhoff. Kelly (7) 171. 175 Jenkins. Cheryl (7) 171 Jetmore. Karen (7) 171 Johnson. Helene (7) 171 Johnson. Larry (7) 171 Johnson. Mary (7) Johnston. Carrie (7) 171 Jolm. Chris (7) 171 John. Ed (8) 167 Kaiser. John (7) 171. 178. 180 Keller. Missy (7) Kelley. Steve (7) 171. 178. 180 Kent. Joe (8) 139. 167 Kent. Laura (7) 171 Kimes. Terri (8) 167 King. Rita (7) 171 Kenney. Sherri (8) 167 Kirkman. Ann (7) 171 Klebe. Jeff (8) 139. 167. 175 Klmk. Jeff (7) 167. 171. 178. 219 Khnk. Mark (8) 167. 175. 178. 180 Knotek. Georgia (7) 171 Kohli. Ellsworth (8) 167 Koomler. Amy (8) 139. 167. 169. 174. 175. 181. 183 Kratz. Kevin (8) 167 Kuhn. Colleen (7) 171. 174. 179 Kyle. Mary (7) 171 Lahnum. Stacey (7) 171 Lamott. Guy (7) 171. 178 Landis. Penny (8) 167 Leckner. Mike (7) 171. 178 Lee. Brenda (8) 167 Lee. Frank (7) 171 Lee. Kim (7) 171 Lehamn. Kenn (8) 167. 178 Leland. Ladonna (8) 167 Leland. Patricia (7) Leslie. Kelly (7) 171 Lillich. Elizabeth (7) 171 Lmsberg. Ann (8) 167. 175. 179. 180 184 Loftier. Linda (8) 167 Loomis. Anne (7) 171 Marolf. Mike (8) 167. 178. 180. 182 Marten. Cecil (7) 171 Marten. Richard (7) 171 Martin. Don (8) 167 Martin. Todd (8) 167 Martin. Ruth (8) 167 Martin. Steve (7) 171. 180 Matson. Denise (8) 167. 188 Mattox. Dean (8) 167 McCorkle. Steve (8) 167 McKee. Brenda (7) 171 McKinley. Sandy (8) 168 McLaughlin. Jodi (8) 168. 174 McLeod. Jim (7) 171. 183 McNabb. Becky (8) 168 McNaughton. Doug (7) 171 Means. Joe (7) 171 Means. Robert (8) 168 Meek. Johanna (8) 168 Meyer. Jessie (7) 172. 179 Miller. Dave (8) 168 Miller. Robert (7) 172 Miller. Troy (8) 168. 139 Millhouse. Dale (7) 172. 178 Mills. Roger (7) 172 Moonen. Ken (8) 119. 168 Moor. Alan (8) 168. 174 Morin. Amy (7) 153. 172 Morin. Perry (8) 168 Morton. Julie (7) 172 Morton. Lisa (7) 172 Mortorff. Ruth (8) 168. 219 Mudrack. Melissa (8) 168 Murphy. Brenda (7) 172. 181 Murphy. Randy (8) 168 Musser. Bob (8) 168. 178 Myers. Chris (7) 172 Myers. Martha (8) 168 Myers. Sheryl (7) 172 Myers. Wendy (8) 166. 168 Nagel. Wendy (8) 168, 174 Nagler. Don (8) 168. 178 Neely, Gene (8) 168 Nelson. Gordy (7) 172. 178. 174 Nester. DeLois (7) 172 Nichols. Renee (7) 172. 179 Noll. Brett (8) 168. 183 O Beirne. Patrick (7) 172. 178 O'Neal. Derek (8) 19. 168 Onofriett. Richard (7) 172. 176 Ordway. Candy (7) 172 Ordway. Chris (8) 168 Orcwiler. Crystal (8) 168 Ort. Dave (8) 139. 172 Ort. Lon (8) 168 Osman. Kevin (7) 172. 178 Overgaard. Todd (7) 172. 178, 180 Painter. Carrie (7) 172 Parker. Kelly (8) 168 Parks. Bruce (7) 172 Parks. Debbie (8) 168. 181. 182 Parnm. Teresa (8) 168. 174 Parrett. Trma (7) 172. 177 Parrish. Randy (7) 51. 172 Patterson. Marcia (8) 153. 168. 174 Patterson. Mark (7) 172. 178 Penick. John (7) 172 Penick. Mary (8) 168. 178 Penland. Linda (8) 168 Pentico. Angela (7) 172 Peppier. Gordy (8) 168. 178, 180 Peppier. Paige (8) 168 Perry. Hollis (8) 168 Petre. Terry (7) 172. 178 Piatek. Lisa (7) 172 Pinkham. Dave (7) 172. 183 Platt. Jeff (8) 168. 180 Powell. Mike (8) 168 Puckett. Carolyn (8) 179 Puckett. Marilyn (8) 168 Puthoff. Rick (7) 172 Rathburn. Deanna (7) 172 Ray. Linda (8) 168 Richardson. Joey (7) 172. 178 Richardson. Todd (8) 168 Ridenour. Teresa (8) 168 Rigdon. Teresa (8) 168. 174 Ringler. Mike (8) 168 Ringler. Randy (8) 168 Ringler. Scott (7) 172 Ritenour. John (7) 172 Roark. James (7) 172 Rogers. Kent (7) 172. 178 Rosselot. Eric (8) 168 Rowland. Jim (8) 168. 174. 178. 180 Rowlett. Laura (7) 172 Rozell. Jeff (8) 168. 167 Ruckel. Laura (8) 153. 168. 174 Russell. Todd (7) 172 Ryan. Marty (8) 168 Sanborn. Katy (8) 168. 174. 179. 180. 200 Sanders. Dan (8) 169. 178. 174 Sanders. Paul (8) 169 SanGiacoma. Terry (8) 169. 177 Sattison. Kevin (8) 169 Sattison. Tammy (7) 172 Sawvel. Elsa (7) 172 Sawvel. Shari (8) 169 Saylor. Mary (7) 173 Saylor. Sarah (8) 169 Schaefer. Bob (8) 169. 180 Schall. Patricia (7) 173 Schannen. Lisa (8) 169 Schieber. Jim (8) 169 Schieber. Todd (7) 173 Schultz. Galen (7) 173 Scott. Dave (8) 173 Selman. Tom (8) 151. 169. 178. 180 Sevits. Lori (7) 173. 181 Sharp. Lisa (8) 169. 181. 182 Shawver. Marianne (8) 146. 169 Shiley. Liz (8) 169 Shirley. Michele (8) 169. 174 Shoup. Carla (8) 169 Shumaker. Robert (8) 169 Simmons. Dick (7) 173. 178 Simons. Jamie (8) 169. 181 Sipe. Andy (7) 49. 153. 173. 178 Sirk. Tim (8) 169. 175. 178, 180 Slack. M.ke (7) 173. 178 Smith. Carolyn (7) 173 Smith. Christine (7) 173 Smith. Daniel (7) 173 Smith. Jeff (8) 169. 174 Smith. Lisa (7) 173 Smith. Richard (8) 169 Smith. Vcrn (8) 169 Smith. Virginia (8) 169 Snyder. Larry (8) 169 Snyder. Noel (7) 173 Snyder. Scott (7) 178 Somerlott. Judy (8) 169 Sorg. Joe (7) 153. 173 Sova. Patricia (8) 169 Spitler. Chris (7) 173 Springer. Julie (7) 173 Squier. Brian (7) 173 Stackhouse. Mitzi (8) Stackhouse. Pam (8) 169. 174 Steele. Barbara (7) 173 Stevenson. John (7) 173. 178 Stock. Diane (7) 173. 174. 181 Stoy. Faith (8) 169 Stoy, Ginger (8) 169 Straw. Herbert (8) 169 Strong. Dan (8) 169 Sturtz. Tina (7) 173 Sullivan. Laurie (8) 169 Surfus. Denny (7) 173. 178 Swift. Lowell (7) 173 Szeman. Karen (8) 51. 169 Taboy. Allan (7) 172. 173 Tadsen. Dave (8) 169 Taulbee. Dave (7) 173 Thalls. Susie (8) 169. 174. 181 Thomas. Kenneth (8) 169 Tubbs. LuAnn (7) 173 Ulch. Debbie (8) 169 Ummel. Dave (8) 139. 169. 174. 176 Ummel. Diane (8) 169 Vacek. Frank (8) 169 VanAuken. Scott (8) 139. 169 VanWagner. Becky (8) 169. 174. 179. 180. 181 VanWagner. Margo (7) 173 Varner. Valerie (7) 173 Vierling. Angie (8) 169. 181 Waite. Greg (7) 173. 178 Walker. Casey (8) 169 Wall. Peggy (7) 173 Walters. Tom (8) 169 Weakley. Marla (7) Webb. Kim (7) Wells. Doug (7) 173 Wells. Tom (7) 173. 175. 178 Weicht. Larry (7) 173 Wengerd. James (7) 173 Whitcomb. Susan (7) 173 Wilcox. Brenda (8) 169 W.ll.g, Laura (7) 173. 179 Wise. Cindy (8) 169. 174 Wolfe. Janena (7) 173 Wray. Kevin (8) 169. 175. 178 Wyatt. Bonnie (7) 173 Yarger. Monte (7) 49. 173 Yeasmeen. Farida (7) 172, 173 Young. Darrol (8) 169 Zdawczyk. Patricia (7) 173. 181 Zuber. Pat (8) 169. 178. 180. 187As the sun colors flowers so does . . . (creation) color life. Sir John Lubbock Feelings Happy feelings are the best kind. But never come often. They come . . . and go. Hurt feelings Make you cry, and the feeling stays with you not for a short time, not even a long time, but what seems a lifetime. Greg Nelson 218I give you this poem, one of a precious few, How much I'll miss you, I wished you knew. You gave me security and things to enjoy. And all the memories I'll never destroy. We went through advanced p.e. and certain sports Doing "suicides", "monkey squats", and drills of other sorts. Now comes Teen Club and El Club de Espanol, Where we helped the community and helped Miss M. bowl. Learning and teaching each other a lesson or two. And talking out problems is where our friendship grew. Giving me confidence in myself and those near me, Finding a friend like you is hard, you must agree. I'll leave you soon with memories in my hand. Treasuring them like an hour glass does it's sand. Friend, I hope I'll meet people like you. With a humorous personality, a friend that will be true. This is intended not for one but all of you, My friends whether too many of just a few. 219 Arnita PetreIn My Life There are places I remember all my life, Though some have changed, Some forever, not for better, Some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments With lovers and friends I still can recall. Though I know I'll never lose affection uor people and things that went before, know I'll often stop and think about them . Paul McCartney and John Lennon221Acknowledgements MONICA CASTLE - 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 24, 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 54, 55, 96, 97, 130, 131, 164, 165, 184, 185, 224. ANDY CHAUDOIN - 186. 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 200, 201, 202, 203, 206, 207, 208, 209. JUDY DOUGLAS - 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65. MARTY DYGERT - 99, 100, 101, 110, 111, 118, 119, 123, 124, 125, 220, 221, 224. RHONDA McCLELLAN - 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95. ARNITA PETRE - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 102, 103, 108, 109, 114, 115, 116, 117, 120, 121, 128, 129, 224. PEGGY PYNE - 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. ROBBIE VanWAGNER - 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 210, 2ll, 212, 213. BETH BOBAY - 98, 104, 105, 106, 107, 112, 113, 122, 126, 127. CHRIS BRAINARD - 166, 167, 168, 169, 177, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183. MEG DIPERT - 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 46, 47, 192, 193, 194, 195. ANDREA MASON - 78, 79. 80, 81, 82, 83, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 22 , 223, 224. GINNY WHITLOCK - 44, 45, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 196, 197, 198, 199, 204, 205. SHERYL BRADLEY - 138, 139, 148, 149, 152, 153, 158, 159, 160, 161. MICHELE JULIAN - 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 150, 151, 162, 163. BECKY KING - 6, 7, 8, 9, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 154, 155, 156, 157, 224. PENNY RAKESTRAW - 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 179. Photographers: MARTY PFEIFFER, CARL SHORT, TERRY RITTER, GINNY WHITLOCK, and MARK VELKOFF. Our sincere appreciation to: TAMMY HINDMAN, DONNA STEVENS, CORNER HOUSE GIFT SHOP, STEUBEN PRINTING COMPANY, DENNIS KYLE, NASA, TEEPLE PHOTOGRAPHY, and AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY - JIM ARTHUR, REPRESENTATIVETo the Class of "77" I say search for tomorrow, live today, and remember yesterday. Here, the path of yesterday has been laid out for you . . . —Monica Castle Although I protested many issues in this book, and lost every single battle, when the last page is reeled off the press there is no doubt that Angola will see its best KEY in history to compliment its best class in history—'77. — Marty Dygert If you enjoy reading dull, drab, and lifeless books, then put this one down. Time, effort, and a lot of money went into this book so handle it with care. The staff and advisor spent endless amounts of time cropping, proofing, writing copy, etc. The end result is this book. So sit back, relax, enjoy, and read. — Arnita Petre With prayers, oaths, and just plain hard work. the yearbook staff has created an extraordinary book. Staffers, I commend a job well done and many thanks for the time and efforts. Angola High School, I hope this book blesses you as richly as I have been blessed. — Andrea Mason The '76-'77 yearbook staff used their creative ability to put out an exceptional book. There were times when we would have liked to throw the whole project in the trash but we plowed our way through the pages. P.T.L. A big thanks to Jake who helped with tne plowing. — Becky King (the peon editor) 224


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