Anthony Wayne High School - Trailblazer Yearbook (Whitehouse, OH)

 - Class of 1975

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They cheered the lighting of the victory logs by King Bruce Ponceby, and the pep talk by Queen Ann Yonkee. The senior players sang the ever-popular "Four Feet Tall" song. High with anticipation, everyone joined in the fight song. With the spirit of Bonfire Night going for us, we felt unbeatable. Too bad it s not a REAL Panther The little drummer boy? . 74 bonfire draws largest crowd ever, 4. Bonfire reflects burning school spirit, 6 7 5, Band promotes spirit with fight song. 6. "Come on baby, light my fire. . ." - 7. Don't mess with our best. 8. Ann's speech is received with cheers. 9. Senior jocks are "four feet tall." 22 Bonfire E . .wi 5 N A-xx 1 Av . ' L , , ,I L . E., I. , N A ,4 1 l If Nw.. F 'I J L39 fra' ', ' ,X 'WT I Q ,Nqr I' x A " , 71 X . , , , . 4 EXW . D 0, K 4 Jflw NY' nfl", 1 ,SV E lm QW' f' Nui' r ,kk '- Nw fy v K i 1 I I 4-L51 y Mas? 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Thu Fighting Generals lxmisrrr auch orhcr's mpirirs before the game. Homecoming 25 Homecoming game a biHer blow The largest crowd in Northern Lakes League history gathered at Schaller Memorial Stadium, as the Maumee Panthers crushed the Generals' hope for an unbeaten season. Final score: Maumee - 10, AW - 7. The Fighting Generals led most of the game, 7-O, and the fans were high with the anticipation of a much-hoped for victory over arch-rival Maumee. But the Panthers rallied, tied, and finally went ahead of the Generals. The Homecoming Court was introduced before the game, and had sideline seats for the disappointing loss. It was AW's first home loss in four years, and perhaps one of the most frustrating ever. Q PEPSI Rocket Ron and tn captain Albaugh plan neat strategy . AW Headhunters attempt to thwart Panther offense Craig Burdo ready for action I 4. Flin:-game calisghenicsl 6 7 5. e passing o the co ors. -- 6. Various expressions shown on faces of Generals' bench. 7. As tension mounts, a nervous AW bench is on its feet. 26 Homecoming Game xjil "Wi xx-'.' ' ' wi!-3 JS!-f Homecoming Game 27 Aulumn Memories Whether jiving to the music of the band or watching from the side, all who attended Homecoming Dance '74 seemed to enjoy them- selves. Attendance was good and the North Cafeteria floor was crowded with dancing couples. The evening was highlighted by the crowning of Ann Yonkee and the introduction of her court. In keeping with the theme of "Autumn Memories" decorations included pumpkins, Indian corn, colorful leaves, and a real tree which stood in the center of the dance floor. Thanks are extended to all stu- dent council members who, through their efforts, made the eve- ning a memorable one for all. 28 Homecoming Dancex Maxx Pup-'T-'xx 'pf-K, i'-I - 1. 1974 Homecoming Court: BACK ROW: Lori Peters, Harold Hoot, Kathy Kroncke, Kim Rudolph, Kathy Canfield, Eric Nof- zinger, Karen Behnfeldr,-Iim Guess. FRONT ROW: Bruce Ponceby, Ann Yonkee. 5 H 2. Mark Jacobs, Paul Rohen :ind Rainer Walinbeck surveying the prospects. 5. Sheron, Candy, joni, Bob, Mike and Patti discussing the Mid Exist Crisis. . Ann is crowned by 1973 queen Shirley Thomas. . Mike and Ann relish the moment. . Blow in my ear and I'll follow you anywhere. "And they called ir puppy love." . The band provided enjoyable music. Homecoming Dance 29 Old barn provides rusiic sei-ling for rogalig This year's Homecoming Court was entertained at a sel- dom used barn not far from school. Romping along the beams and jumping in the hay proved to be more fun than posing for pictures. These lovely girls Cand Brucej were pictured in an informal way by the photographer, who pre- cariously made his way up and down ladders and on top of fifteen foot high beams to capture them forever on film, Here is a casual glance at the 1974 Homecoming Roy- alty. 30 Homecoming Court T' .f fl' , il? l x x yr 1 1 ffvnf ,ri gig. ,. ll H ,J ,Lui I I . - .Qriff , K 1. Everyone up in the hayloft. 2. Senior attendant Lori Peters finds a breezy 2 spot in the loft. . 3. junior Kathy Kroncke seems to have 4 found a comfortable place to sit. - 4. Bruce and Ann liked it better outside. 5. Karen Behnfeldt admiring the view from the second floor. 6. Sophomore Kathy Canfield amongst the clutter of a well-used barn, Homecoming Couri 31 Barefooi in ihe Park The Anthony Wayne High School Anto- nian Society presented the Neil Simon com- edy "Barefoot in the Park" November 15, 16, and 17. The play takes place in the top floor of a brownstone on East 48th Street in New York City. It deals with a young couple, Paul and Corie Bratter, and their marital problems. On the side is an affair between Corie's mother, Mrs. Banks, and Victor Velasco, a dirty old man who uses the Bratter's bedroom window as the door to his apartment. A round of applause should be given to the cast, crews, and director for their presentation of a well-received show. ae .!,., Y' 9 wa' .4- N 5.542 'H ..,-. J VQL, ll .T Hi Pal mm'j1ll"' ' -ea H. diff , .a , va, .WE .-, 1 ll a 4 1 e 1 1 ,pl H if ,H H ' xt ,yr - c "!"'F5?Wiflir,u , 2' wif 71, , ,LJ"1vrwui f f in in v VV? rrr 'lil' ,Cm-le BI-gftgf 1Bg'ildwm4F - H Telephone Repairrnan 5Chris 'XVilliams"' i ' V 1 w ii -1 Y Y -iriflzff .gal iw... ' V ::W:::Y" e l e a. 1 'Paul Bratter Srmpionf' ' f 5 Mrs....Banks, Corie?s'M6ther - Su6RQose"' ' l Q' e H -safes: - - 5 , WH' - - '- . 'I Y- . , ' W W Egger ll' 111:35 , ll ll e1asc?1i.,fKe1tlQas art at - HH is "W-Fl-? ,XUif, M... mp """.."'.. ll e !x1,, ' 'wr.."'... 'Denotes menilber Thespian Troupe 11717 ji e li, M iiH gl?,,mwh:wM N W il mi lu E E H ,Nut Mu w,,w,,, 'Huw ei W , 1, ,H , ,x . 32 Fall Play Nw. k ,f 41 V x --1... QD '- 2 - A, ,QW A Q ' .vm 'T' Y 7 - Dol really have to ear1t7 Lookef, what I got' It s kmchx. . I'm not drunk, how 'bout you? . YOU want ro rake ME home? "I wnnt a divorce!" . "One more linle screw should do ir." Fall Play 33 34 Fall Play Produciion runs smooihlg 4 1 l 1 That darn thing won t hold still' 2. Director Kenneth W. Fallows applies make-up ro Dave Hoertz. 3. Chris Walters directs backstage. 6 4.,Ienni Baldwin making herself "beautiful" 7 5. A young man transformed into an old one. - 6. Tammy Maclaren smiles at the success of the production, 7. Cindy Patton takes a break during make-up. 2-.4 'a .QP i. H W , ,, 1'N Q s i " 'Y' 1 Lii. 3 L iDir-'mor 4- f Sage it r Director's Assistant N4 'g it i Director's Segontii Properties' Chairman -Jenni Publicity Chairman - Leslie Beniiett if Lighting Director - 'rim Batgggg561iiriidt'? Artistic Coordinator - Sarali Costume and Wardrobe Chairmangi- Chris Ritenour"' Special Effects - Mark Heariigigrm E Make-up Chairman - Cindy Program Chairman - Mary O5Done1lf Public Relations - Sueggsef kj Szf Tickets - Dave YCE1 K yN 1A 3 House Marx agen -A At i Bookholders -julie i soit ilDC"9fFi Wimbcf t , U vmtttw, i fit, 1. Fall Play 35 Winler Wonderland Decorations of snowflakes and candles lent a feeling of enchant- ment to the Miclwinter Dance. Attendance was good, as the cou- ples enjoyed an evening of fine music, provided by the Dean Hill Trio. Along with the usual dancing fplus some feeble attempts at the tango and the polkaj, the evening's excitement was provided for by the slightly "spiked" punch 36 Mldwinter Dance yn: -M x 'A M lu lp lryy i xr 9' nfl .ffl W all -1' rl N 1 M nl full III ifwf' I :lily In u 6 - Q.. ?"'f'iIF1T,-'?N'1f:'-'Z!fj2'f''i'T'Y'f'TT- F" 'i' ' ' if E U A .. . ew. " 7. ., i .. . .,,i ., . i. . t 1 i I l'lO Ik? I .Tina tells Tom that he has "ring around the collar." . Phil Taber and Kathy Gnllnher asleep on their feet, . Kitty Morris and Russell Reach rockin' 'round the clock. "I want to bite your neck . . .U . Couples enjoy the music of the Dean Hill Trio. 6. Ronnie and Li7 - Last Tango? 7. Linda Dimon and jack Witte dancing to good music. 8. The Dean Hill Trio making their sound. 9. Freshmen Tim Gerke and Robin Green on the sidelines. Midwinfer Dance 37 V Lii-He Marg Sunshine hiis AW siage Mr. Williamson and Thespian Troupe 1717 have done it again. A musical, LITTLE MARY SUN- SHINE, was presented in the spring and was very well received. This charming operetta was in itself a satirical spoof of the old time operettas. The setting is the Colorado Rockies at Mary Sun- shinels Inn. There is a group of girls from a finish- ing school and the same number of young forest rangers, Mary and jim, and Billy Jester and Nancy Twinkle. jim and the rangers are after a villainous Indian and they are in much danger, to the dismay of the females. But while they are out risking their necks, the dirty old Gen. Oscar Fairfax is at the Inn trying to ease the pain in the young ladies' minds. As in all good stories, everyone is reunited at the end and live happily ever after. 38 Spring Play . e gp' W. .YA 1. David Barry as the old, sleepy n Indian guide, Fleet Foot. 5 2. Sue Rose as Mary Sunshine 5 6 we g lcomes the forest ran ers - upon their return from yet 2- 9 another dangerous mission. 3. The girlish Mabel finds enjoyment on a swing. 4. Exchange student Thomas Weber served as student direc- tor. 5, Gen. Fairfax doing his thing. 6. Gen. Fairfax comforts the young ladies during the absence of their lovers. 7. Barb Sido, "call girl." 8. The Pit Band under the direction of jerry Reed. 9. Mary, will you listen to me?! Spring Play 39 Little Mary SunshineitMary Pottsj . . . Captain "Bigji'm" Warriingron ..... .. . . Nancy Twinlele .....,...,...... Corporal Billy-Jester ...,..,..., 1 iilfqddvxiililsgh' Mme. Ernestine von Liebedich . . . General Oscar Fairfax ...,...,. , . . . . , , . ' ie . . ..naai.erfw . . ...'1x-eseiiilmri i .Jggirtfgr .Baldwin l . Chief Brown Bear ..,.. . .. . ..f. .. ..i... 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Mr. Knerr caught ripping off Art Show jewelry. 7. Karen johnson and art. 8. Cindy Rick, hiding behind an elephantf ?B 9. Victim of a two day smoking suspension. 42 Art Show n ijfilli 00, . i Q 1.W 532' RACHEL X-VELCH SAT YOUR HEMRX OW --uf A N9 43.52 .S QQ - Jill Drown 1 L' Ln L if Arf Show 43 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road The music of jerry DePrisco filtered its way out of the wave of silver and white balloons which surrounded the bandstand. There were couples dancing and sitting around tables deco- rated with more balloons and lit by candlelight. This was Prom 1975 which was held once more at the Sheraton Westgate Commonwealth Ball- room on May 17. As the clock struck midnight, this year's roy- alty was announced. Mary Suter was crowned queen and Dick Albaugh king. For all who attended the prom it was an eve- ning of fun and surprise Cespecially when a gorilla - dressed for the occasion - made an appearancej, and wonderful memories. if fb! S-ia: 1+- a-g . 2. Louise Bailey greets someone she knows. 1 2 3 1, What seems to be the big attraction? 3. This table wasted no time starting to eat. 4. Prom Queen and King, Mary Suter and 4 5 6 Dick Albaugh. 5. The dance floor is crowded with couples. 6. jim Morgan and Allison Ballard sway to the music. 7. The latest fashion in prom dress for men. 8. Mark Moeckel seems to be having difficulty swallowing. 9. Did you have to tell that story during dinner? 44 Prom xg z o ,.- , 1 iv x 'J "I N.. -, -4 'ARI ' - A .. 3 xx' A if Prom 45 Prom held al Qheralon Weslgale for second gear xx l , . ... .Jef I' J 1. Connie Bungarcla, Michelle LaBine, and Glenn Tenhundfeld await dinner to be served. 2. Is this the German or Ameri- can way to dance? - 3. Administrative and faculty members also attended the affair. 4. What is that "creature" over there? 5. Tell me 1 don't see what's sitting next to mel 6. Different reactions to the meal. 7. Mike Sherman and Ann Yonkee dance to the music of jerry DePrisco. 8. 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The Varsity will lose four of its top seven runners, but the upcoming underclassmen should fill their spots adequately, and perhaps bring AW back to the top of the league. f Q:"g-.gfmg """ LLQIFII ii 6,5 --L ' V 's'T5:..fg X254 . ,, 14- v-' 50 Cross Country wmeuriuvfe- . , '--,,.vs- ff- ' ,f., ' ka 'sung l .L,r3l"' . ,I v' ' ' 4- I Q H 'f .. f ' ' Q" L,-..,-f ' kg .sql--,' f gig. lgxj. - . ,, .. Y ,ar . Q 1. Phil Taber sheds his sweats in anriciparion of the upcom- ing race, 2. Gazing ar the course before him, Marr prepares himself mentally. 5. Eric Nofzinger giving ir all he has down the final stretch, 4. Steve Cox waiting for his opponents to arrive. 5. Exercises get the mnners ready physically, 6. Rounding the corner Bob Box finds he is being closely fol- lowed. 7. Dave Hess receives his ticker at the conclusion of yet another race. v-Q' Cross Country 51 Reserves show spirif 's -M w ... ,- l 1 I I l I-, '. A94 --L, . .. , . -' I. ,A a.g.'4Ef1-ln-QF--un-, ' . 151' in 4 ROW Coach Dean Tom Bayes Steve Green David Dean jim Simpson Brian Royal Mark Kinkaid jim Householder john Memsic, Kim Heckler. SECOND ROW: Perry john Clchy Scott I-Iardesty Roger Bryant Eric Thompson Dave Adams john Leonard Gary Clark john Kaiser Manager Doug Packer. FRONT ROW: Phil Taber, Eric L Matt Fetter: Superstar. 2, jim Simpson gets attention from his father at the end of his race. 5. The Reserves are always in jovial spirits. 4. The runners receive pre-meet instructions from their coaches. S. Coach Dick Albaugh. Assistant Coach Dick Dean and Managers Lynn Suess and Patty Cope pose in Coach Albaugh's toy car. Cross Country 53 54 Football Generals N.L.L. champs 'uf ,,.,., S. fp R . any ,fl . gn.4.o.o.oHoYoYoYd HTQDYQQTQYKXYQY' TOP ROW: Eric Loehrke, George Michael, jerry Bussdieker, Craig Burdo, jack Tibbets, john Haynes, Rocky Launders, Tri-Captain Mike Sherman Gasper, Dave Dick, Tony Durhan, Tri-Captain Dick Albaugh, Andy Zitzer, Marry Michael. SECOND ROW: Randy Hcilman, Mark Heamdon,-lack Eric Meyer, jeff Wright, Todd Wilson, Tri-Captain Kelly White, Scott Binkley, Denny Thomas, Brent Fruchey, George Stevens, Herb Stiles. FRONT Matt Plocek, Tom Farh, Rick Beirbaum, Doug Hawks, jan Saunders, Terry Beam, Rob Longnecker, joe Smith, jack Hawks, Luke Worline, Mike ll Tim Suter, Steve Creighton, Barry Foltz. taftf new llll "ml it N ' QJAITQE g tglgg Neggth- "were ranked sedincl 'fn' Norrhwei 'Qtacklestffor Fiyear. to Y S , M l' the sgcondii .l'1S'Cg31'C1VGgSf'63fg33hE liilwgliihereiefwereiiflso four individual iiF1rst-'fearnlikll League for the 1974 flgiif litt r?tg5dS,f35,1adC- Krllv Nlfhghad 'ifootball scgS0nrJMikCeShCrHgan, Us ,ti iiilwtgrgsgga .W i ,full-iglltl,fwisffi zzifgw H" tl lilly, we ,,t,,g55u.i,l it 4. Egecordsg T, C tttrccor in 1, mtercejittonsffor ieyearsi, Mike jGeo.rge Stevens, Dick Albaugh, Q hl2?9fY ttrt 1'itfefb0ng,g5lax2t9l 19 it, Sl1Lg,fm1M.e11,egj,5,gugh.t, llvollttgasscs aaa t,tKe11w Meidowsastand l Q 1 ll'j,ll,,'tl,Q,tjSii2E ,ll M. Q lfz ,lgnggyegs lvuf, uv Aga!!! M ,ZS -52gf,y,T,v ,,,.g5Z5m1Mvl Zgggzggilwwl.5i??,:5,, ,, gg- ,lulllsiill I vw?-wk, X l 23 S fwmstand ltloss. iffifeymgcoredigyellthe l yard? for 5 years, ick Elbaugh Er1cLochrke. iifs I 2: 'fliffllfeviiegl l edl 2, 'W yards for years? George srlevm, Kelly ll K.: if ' second consecu+ive gear V1 DNA 1 .I- LA .L .I JDJ sv 'me vnns nv CLUB JR' MVN-xii' mf '34 il 3-n.J G-I. .di in u b.QsKo,Q.9Ab,f1D fC.4 I X 4 56 Football 1. Another argument lost. 2. Team awaits the referee's decision, 3. Sherman watches as the play progresses. 4. Barry Foltz making a key block for Dick Albnugh. Dick Albaugh. 6. Coach Schoonmakcr watches the action. 7. I never even touched him! 8. Scott Binkley recovering after a rough play. 9. Coach Richards planning out the strategy of the game. 10. That's MY ball, and you can't have it. ll. We did it again! 2 4 1 5 5 7 6 5. George Stevens leads the way for quarterback , ,gp IQ 4 V V7 . N 'S "g.'355' .. , Q A My ' if ,L , . ., X si' .- sg, , SM K M' IAQ' igj, M X , fit ,KI4?fJ7 '4 X - . 5.1 'I ,iq ' lrj' , Nfl' lk ir' if nfl lKll,9 nfs -7' Q QI .dvi- 1-vy, -nh "'-" ' W' ' lm "V 'Y' -'.N.N -1.'-N. ' . 4-,Q 'f to Q,-P .ZX ' 1 In Q-in 1 '- JY ' A . V .-4 I V...l"' V 9 ..., , , ww-7: '- 'yr ,' T n :'j'T?2M.'i -'rf . . . -,,,, ,-H .1 nl - " ff?" ' ' I I 1 BACK ROW: Eric Meyer, Toni Durham,john Haynes, Rocky Launders, Dave Dick, jerry Bussdieker, George Michael. SECOND ROW Witte, Brent Fmchey, Denny Thomas, Gary Yager, Scorr Binkley, Geary Belzung. THIRD ROW: Bill Smirh,jim Shepard, Doug Hawks, Scorr McVicker, Chuck Plymale, joe Rick Bierbaum. FRONT ROW: Mart Donnelly, Craig Robinson, Matz Plocek, Dan Taylor, Tadashi Fujita, Tom Farh. 58 Fooiball BACK ROW: Elden Lee, Tom Reach, jeff Lahr, Mark Brillhart. SECO ROW: Sandy Ziegler, Connie jo VonDeylen, Chris Leonard. FRONT ROW: Pat Rohen, Greg Whcati Leonard McKimmy,joel Kirkwood. The 1974 freshman football squad was coached by Mr. Kemp. The Little Generals finished their season with a record of 2 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie. Though not overwhelm- ing, their record shows that they have the ability to win, so they look forward tojV and varsity play in the years to come. Head Trainer, Mr. Ewalcl, Coach Murphy, Coach Schoonmaker, Coach Ondrus, Coach Fix, Head Coach Richards, Coach Brown. g BACK ROW: jim Guess, Richard Hite, Scott Bryant, Craig Miller, Clark johnson, Kevin Megyesl, Dave Kanz, Randy Meadows. SECOND ROW: Todd Larry Studer, Tim Monroe, Greg Burkhart, john Ward, Chuck Christian, Brian Foltz. THIRD ROW: Dave Lybarger, Pete Monrion, Terry Schwartz, Gary Meyers, Mike Owen, Paul Zitzer, Rusty Stafford. FRONT ROW: Greg Zcmpel, Bob Karamol, Richard Bialecki, Scott Allen, Rob Monetta, Tom Bohnett, Ron Engel. Football 59 60 Golf Golf moves io fall The 1974 golf team swung to a 2-8 overall record under the direction of a new coach, Mr. Hayes. Though not a very impressive record, the young team gained valuable expe- rience in inter-school competition. Once again the A.W. golf team had a female participant in Tina Cirino. She was the first girl in the Toledo area ever to com- pete in the Toledo Sectional Golf Champion- ships. League honors went to Kim Rudolph who was chosen First Team All League. Randy Click was voted Most Valuable Golfer of the team and Dave Mattis was the Most Improved Golfer. With only two senior golfers leaving the team, a great improvement in the season record is apparent for next year. 129' F :inset ANDING: Dave Mattis, Tina Cirino, Davc Plassman, Coach Hayes, Randy Click. KNEELING: Mike Pederson, Rob Slee, Mark Pederson, Tim erke, Kim Rudolph. ?.aF.gf' 54 1 Tcammates Mike Pederson Tina Cmno and Dave Mams practice putting before the meet 2. Tim Gcrke swings his way our of the sand trap. 5. Rob Slee tees off. 4. Swinging Tina Cirino. 5. Kim Rudolph sinks a putt. Golf 61 Cagers He for NLL fiile The 1974-75 Anthony Wayne Basketball team showed the league who was tough by capturing a piece of the NLL title with a remarkable league record of nine wins and one loss. The highlight of league play was the 55-54 win over Rossford, clinching a tie with the rival Bulldogs for the league trophy. This was the first time in over fifteen years that Anthony Wayne has achieved the goal of being league champions. In overall competition, the Generals compiled an 18-3 record with a loss to Toledo Scott by one point in overtime, and to Toledo Macomber in the first round of tournament play. This year's roundball team showed that AW was not only Number One in football, but basketball too. N ,', -v Pi- I, 62 Basketball Iii X 8. -ww -'mv MSG?" jrffefvf' wk' V 2 ff' BACK ROW Coach Albaugh, Manager Pat Rohen, Manager Ed Cowden, Manager Doug Packer Luke Worlrne Dave Mattls Rick Mxchales Neil Hxlfxnger Manager Michelle Manager Arlen Tipping, Coach Asmus. FRONT ROW: Dick Albaugh, Tim Strayer Fred Gothke john Agce Kelly White jim Robinson Mike Sherman Dave Scott This year's graduating seniors set many records. Dick Albaugh was the Best Foul Shooter with 77596. Dick also had the most assists C1191 and was the Most Valuable Player. Mike Sherman had the most rebounds with 203. The Coaches' Award went to Tim Strayer. ...LI Y i nn: in :si - Q: .A 0' ns. u fx' W . ' 'n .LJEJJY . 41 Wt fa -1 Pf I ,ill . 'Pv- N ysyak. i ig W if E,-I i . '9 . u. - faig H ,4 . N. L Y., u A 9 Q. as H vll' ,b x 34 an 52-NSU 7,33 lkj 14lj 4b?l1igl44 42 1 J -' .C .fa A . Y M . g, Y K A 1 I ,fix -. 3 V S If l X 4. qv' 3. N ' A le, Q w ,f T 1 1 S I W - -if im.,-fig . I - ,W ,gi r' fag-1 U-' - .ff mf f an if tiki ' ' U' -Y 4 "-: fil e ? ' Q . Q' 1 ' E. i , . C N , Y g :N Xa xv 52 L ' ' , Sk .2 is V N .J . ". u L, g LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach McSurlcy, Randy Click, john Haynes, Tony Durham, Scott Binklcy, Dennis Biddle, Eric Nofzingcr, Sc- McVickcr, Brent Fruchey, Brian Royal, Dave Stager, Kim Rudolph, Manager Connie VonDeylan. MISSING1 Mark Simon. 1. Coach McSurley gives his game strategy to the team. 2. Teammarcs Brent Fruchcy and Tony Durham fight for possession of the ball. 66 Baskefbcll 1 ,. ,hm BACK ROW Randy Roberts Mark Kmkaid Dave Dick Rocky Launders Eric Meyer Dave Dave Addams Coach Bei-ta FRONT ROW Kim Heckler Scott Hardesry Perry McWilliams jim Sruder Billy johnson Dan 1 BACK ROW: Coach Smith, Scott Allen, Gary Clark, Tim Gerke, john Chesbro, Scott Bryant, john Cichy, Bruce Bolley, Coach Bennett. FRONT ROW: Dan Toepher, Tom Bayes, Tom Moser, Craig Miller, Clark johnson,jim Owen, Eric Thompson. EIGHTH GRADE BACK I ROW: Bruce Ebright, Russell Krueger, Brian Kanz, Doug Coutcher, Doug Warner, Todd McWilliams, Kevin Click, Craig Linter. THIRD ROW: Robert Donnelly, Richard Story, jeff Morris, Greg Pieper, Matthew Zitzer, Scott Rose, Dean Nofzinger. SEC- OND ROW: Coach Kemp, Dave Shoup, Jef f Gmin- ter,-Ieff Watson, Mike Ramirez, Doug Meeker, Doug LaRue, Coach Hayes. FRONT ROW: john Kobee, Mark Kulwicki, Brad Woodland, Rob Dulskis, Chris Mammoser, Doug Smith, Dan Doba son. Basketball 67 Grapplers lose their grip The young Anthony Wayne wrestling team finished the season with a record of no wins and six losses. Wrestlers of the week included Mike Meadows for the Springfield Tournament, Perrysburg Tournament, and Lake meet, Barry Foltz for Perrysburg and Delta meets, Denny Thomas for Maumee and Rossford meets, and Doug Hawks for the Start Tournament. Mike Mead- ows advanced through Sectionals to the District meet where he was eliminated from the competition. The most valuable wrestler was Mike Meadows. He also had the most takedowns and falls. The most- improved wrestler was Denny Thomas. Denny also moved into seventh place in the most season reversals with eleven. Female managers and trainers were not allowed in the field house this year. The girls served as matmaids and scorekeepers instead. They were Kelly Cichy,,Ianet Smith, Sandi Ziegler, Drenda Woodland, and Ann Gooden. 1. The team watches one of its member's match. Ed Cp 2. Struggling against an opponent's hold is Rodney If as 3. Phil johnson works on his Springfield opponent. all H 4. japanese exchange student, Tadashi Fuijita, 6 attempts to flip his opponent. 5. Bob Desko is all tied up. , 6. Bruce Ponceby has a painful victory. 7. Doug Hawks gets to his base. 8. Brian Foltz waits for his chance to take down his opponent. 9. Barry studies his opponent. 68 Wrestling , ., B Th 4 YT S' 5 i Q., 5:lER4lyx"1 ' f J , F 'r' 1'?'q3 Swv ' if 4' - ,c 's- S , 1 I eadows N.L.L. All-Star Mike Meadows was one of the N.L.L. all stars. His season record was 24 wins and 16 losses. He is eighth in career take-downs 641, , ninth in single season take-downs f2Oj, fifth in career pins C19D, ninth in all time records ' 4 . la-1 'li C24-165, sixth in season falls CSQ, and first in season escapes f2Oj. . I I g STANDING: Coach Vail, Bill Williams, Tom Reach, Greg Whearing, managers, Coach McAfee. KNEELING: Bob Longnecker, Doug Hawks, Mike Meadows, Kevin Megyesi, jan Saunders, Denny Thomas. SEATED: Bob Desko, Dan Wyandt, Brian Foltz, Randy Thomas, Phil-Iohnson, Barry Foltz, Bruce Ponceby. 70 Wrestling gw ,li .H V A 1-S? Y J 4- A H W 1 N f if '. 4 M xiii 5 ,, . Q W9 Q rf 3, N3552 V'5i?'59fi'fA ':I'- 'x 'Kuqff .' if Q .1.1 -- Baseball +eam caplures Qnd place The Varsity Baseball team swung to an 11-7 season record and posted 7 wins and 3 losses in league play. Their fine per- formance captured them second place in the N.L.L. Taking team honors were the tri-captains. Andrew Zitzer was named MVP while Todd Wilson had the lowest ERA. Dick Albaugh had the highest batting average and the most RBI's. Named All-League were Todd Wilson, Andrew Zitzer, and jeff Wright, first teamg Dick Albaugh and Mike Warner, sec- ond team. - . 'Q ,cv 1. The baserunner rounds first. 2. Coach Richards tells Mike Meadows to stop. 3. Third baseman Meadows awaits the play. 4. Albaugh winds up to pitch. 5 6 7 ijcff Wright checks the base. 6. Andy Zitzer warms up. 7.jeff Glanz is ready to hit a homer. 8. Another home run hitter. 9. The runner is tagged. 72 Baseball fs Llks ,Q A .Q 5 'T' ' f".. ' -vi: fi.: 3: "EH: f .1 - . , . ,Q-1.2 .4-'Y-'gg K'-"4 I.b,,,q'1?S1'fx:5 1 f I ylvgex- ,-. F- 4'-' -, .' ' , - L -J, - 1 A: .-'pr 1- ..4.,-'1g:1,,g. , -,-, .' ,H -A , zvqa V . ,F.m'z,,:3,fY A1139 wt 'M .il '1-'gn 1 kfifa M Qu.. ,.q4.Y,A ,Q -Y Baseball 73 Lui! H l v Vp: Q-.-4 YW I I g BACK Coach Rxchards M1ke Warner Andy Zxtzcr Mxkc Meadows Brent Fruchey D1ckAlbaugh Krm Rxchards scorer FRONT T Wilson jeff Glanz jeff Wrxghz Mnkc Sherman jxm Robmson Randy Hellman :Lg 1. Coach Rlchards gxvcs the sxgn to the barter 2. Sherman checks hxs swung M5011 x 'dill 1 -,ai-1 Frushcr, Scott Allen, Andrew Wallerhlohn Cichy,john Smith, Tom Bonnette, Brian Foltz. .-iff., g BACK: Chuck Plymale, Eric Loehrke, Neil I-Iilfinger, Louis Bruce, Dave johnson, Tony Dur- Scott Hardestry. MIDDLE: Randy Roberts, john Heisinger, Rodney Cook,-lack Witte, lvlike Burger, FRONT: Dave Eric Nofzinger, Scott Binkley, Perry McWilliams, Scott McVicker. g BACK: Randy Meadows, Scott Bryant, Dan Toephcr, Craig Miller, Dale Bailey, Kelly Bucher, Kevin Megyesi, McAfee. MIDDLE: Bob Battin,-Iohn Ward, Mike Zwyer, Kerry Dickerson, Paul Zitzer,,Iim Owen, Larry Studer. FRONT: Dan Vlyandt, Reserve ieam breaks even The Anthony Wayne Reserve baseball team was again coached by Mr. Murphy. Posting a 5-5 season record, the inter-school competition should prepare the players for varsity participation next year. Under the coaching of Mr. McAfee, the freshman baseball tea.m battled a 4-6 season record. Though not very impressive, it allowed these undetclassmen to gain valuable experience in high school athletics. Baseball 75 76 Tennis t.. huh!-l P' "af S Xl' f . ,.- 9-I 1 .57 531, ' Ty? ' i 1-.ff Tennis ieam future looks promising With many of last year's team returning, the tennis team played to a season record of 5 Wins and 12 losses while they were 4 and 6 in Northern Lakes League play. The team voted Pat God- dard the Most Valuable Player. His season record was 12-3 overall and 8-1 in league matches. QC Vf :N STANDING: Pat Goddard, Dave Hocrtz, Doug Boehk, Phil Taber, Kim Rudolph, joe Bush. KNEELING: Dean Mike Smith, Todd Welborn, Tim Niles. fr., .l f. . , , -, I -A ' '- . Ar l 'K f r-4 ,Tl x H--x-54.2.-,I . - - 78 Bowling Blue ieam oulbowls Whiie ieam Once again the Anthony Wayne Bowling team was split into two groups which competed against five other schools for twelve weeks. After the final pin had fallen, the Blue team heralded fourth place, with the White team ranking tenth. Southwyck Lanes was again the home alley for the Gener- als. High game for the Blue team was scored by Mark Peder- son with a 246. David Dean outscored the White team with a high game of 206. . V .44 , if-1 . .' ,.il .uf . ,,,. , J , -',i WM.: . 4, ' "',.-',."1"' yu!! H.-N . I.. BLUE TEAM: Jef f Stafford, Mark Pedersonhlay Agee, Dave Ballard WHITE TEAM Matt Donnelly, Rich Thayer, Mike Brown, Frank Belcher, 1. Stu Roberts throws one clown the center of the alley. 2. Keeping score for the guys is Craig Loehrke. 3. Boy's Coach Dick Dean and Girl's Coach Ellen Colan inni watch the "Battle of the Sexes." 4. Dave Ballard waits for the pins to be reset. 5. Senior Mike Wolfe watches intently. Bowling 79 Track ieam has best season The Anthony Wayne Varsity track team had a very good season. Their dual meet record of 5-5 was the best ever, and a second place finish in the N.L.L. meet was the high- est an AW track team has ever placed. They finished third in the Napoleon Gold Medal Meet and tenth in the AAA Sectional meet. The team also set a record by scoring 101 points in a meet against Otsego. john Agee was league champion in the high hurdles, low hurdles, and high jump. One school record was broken and one was tied during the course of the season. Bob Box shattered the oldest record on the board by running a 4:34 mile in the league meet, and john Agee tied the high hump record of 6'1". A. r- -f . Y . -., . , ,- ..-, W t K J . ,Al Yip ,1. After three laps, Bob Box is in the lead. 2.,Ian Saunders ready to throw the shot. 5. The "flop" is a popular high jump form. 6 4. Dave Hess and Matt Fetter close in on the leader. - dijohn Agee is about even with his opponent in the high hu.r- es. 6. Rocky Launders at the point of release. 7. Ron Johnston plants his pole in an attempt to clear the bar. 8.jumping the incredible height of 8'0" is Steve Green. 9. The first leg of the 880 yard relay has started. 10, Luke Worline takes a break from the action. Track 81 , .JH Records broken Mp? 82 Truck ix M un ., A NX Ml -il J""ut .tu In , sv-"1 .P""'9 5 ,mi :num BACK ROW: Coach Ondrus, Dave Hess, Dave Dick, Bob Box, Rocky Laundcrs, Harold Hoot john Agce Gothke,-Iohn Haynes, Ron Johnston, Ken Bucher, Coach Asmus. MIDDLE: Brian Witzlcr, Frank Wood Geary zung,-Ian Saunders, George Stevens, Luke Worline, Tim Suter, Mark Hearndon, Tadashi Fujita, Tim Irelan Pat Fountain, Matt Ferrer, Keith Stiles, Steve Green, Mark Ehrer,jim Householder, Hcmando Martinez vii llllllllllllil J l llllllllllllll Paw? rf i a. I f.ii f2"f'l.g, 1 L-f I fy , , mu, Stmnvwi Swag? illllillf H ww , I ' Q- 'Q J -wffff, sW"'f2 - Q1 SW""'4: vu ' 1 N ,, ,,f Q. V -RWM: tm.-is Y swing? mlilli strung ffm .Q- BACK ROW1 David Lybarger, Mark Schultz, Eric Thompson, Clark johnson, Brent Myers, jim Guess jeff Coach Ketterman. FRONT: Don Kaiser, Brian Reyes, Greg Burkhardt, Gary Clark, Tom Moser, Bruce Bolley Casiano 4-X I 19 lub 5, r nu genial 1 1. Coach Asmus talking with his team. 2. Mr. Baxter gives the nmners their instructions before the gun. 3. Senior Mark Heamdon rests after a sprint. 4. Dave "Berkshire" Scott in the long jump. 5. A smooth exchange in the mile relay. 6. john Haynes executes his high jump. 7. john appears to have four legs. Track 83 Vollegball has losing season The girls' volleyball team, under the direc- tion of Miss Smith, only managed to win two games Cthree matches per gamej against Springfield and Whitmer while losing to their remaining opponents. This brought their season record to two wins and nine losses. The junior Varsity team finished the sea- son with a somewhat better record of five wins and six losses. 1. Karen Mayer maneuvers around an opponent - 2. ThejV team receives instructions from Coach 1 Peterson as the Varsity looks on 3. Miss Smith and team discuss strategy 4. Denise Toepher returns the volley 5, Kansas City bomber of Anthony Wayne 84 Gqls' Volleyball t,Y.N,7 4, Q TO RIGHT: Denise Toepher, Kim Ehret, Melissa Meeker, Debbie Baxter, janet Ziegler, Melinda Ayers, Debbie Bierb- Pat Hill, Karen Mayer, joel Kirkwood, manager, Stella Munotz, Mary Dick, Mary Suter, Annette Moss, Cecilia Zalewski, Yonkee, Diane Kistner, Luann Ackerman, Tammy Bower. FRONT: Kelly Loehrke, manager, Coach Peterson, Sue PPS- ll participates in Stale Tournament The girls' basketball team finished its sea- son with a record of four wins and eight losses. Kim Ehret was high scorer C104 pointsj and top rebounder. Kim Ehret and Missy Meeker were named to the N .L.L. first team and Debbie Bierbaum received an hon- orable mention. The Varsity was one of 27 teams which participated in the first state wide tournament for girls, The Toledo Athletic League Girls High School Basketball Invitational Tourna- ment. They played Rogers and were defeated by a score of 41-31. The junior Varsity finished with a record of five wins and six losses. Exchange student Stella Munoz from Colombia played on the JV team. Girls' Basketball 85 Girls' softball joins spring sporls line-up A new addition to Anthony Wayne athlet- ics this year was a girls' softball team. Under the coaching of Laurie McVicker, the girls compiled a 2-9 record, with both wins against Maumee. Several girls were awarded league honors. Named first team N.L.L. was Kim Ehret with Diane Kistner on second team. Receiving Honorable Mentions were Karen Mayer, Irene Martinez, Annette Moss, Lee Notestine, Kim Spooner, and Angie Kennedy. With this year's experience under their belt and only two seniors leaving the team, this new spring sport should be getting bet- ter. BACK ROW: Connie VonDeylan, Tammy Bower, Angela Kennedy, Luann Ackerman, Kim Ehrct, Diane Kistner. ROW: Kim Spooner, Irene Martinez, Karen Mayer, Annetre Moss, Vicki Bank, Pat Hill, -x 1 Diane Kistner s home run swing 2. Senior Par Hill takes batting practice the string at the end of the race I' 'W 5. Missy Meeker, state high jump champion, breaks S B6 Girls' Sof1bclI ROW Coach Coy Cindy Clark Tammr Gmrttcr Olga Martinez Peggy Goddard Wendy Burdo Dawn Jacobs,judy Wiggins, Robin Green, Inis Dorsey, Dawn Gilbert, Lynn a Karen Hrlfrnger Darla Megyesi Coach Smith MIDDLE ROW Debbie Spangler Sharon Hearndon Tracy Hires, Anileda Godfrey, Cindy Drury, Laurie Ferrer, Marianne Wielin- anette johnson Debbie Brerbaum Sue Phipps FRONT ROW Missy Meeker joette Gmrtter Sandi Gase Karen johnson, Ann Yonkee, Debbie Baxter, janet Ziegler, Mary Dick, Girls renew claim on league iiile A rousing rendition of "Fight, team, fight for Anthony Wayne, Come on GIRLS -" announced the Girls' Track team's first place N.L.L. finish. Although their season record of three wins and four losses was not impressive, they totaled 111 points in the league meet beating their nearest competitor, Maumee, by 1.5 points. The Most Improved Player was Mary Dick. Missy Meeker took the Most Valuable honors. A fourth year award went to Ann Yonkee while Cathy Clark, Mary' Dick, and Missy Meeker received third year awards. The Outstanding Participant at the Napolean Gold Medal Relays was Missy Meeker. In the Predistrict meet, Missy took first place in the high jump with a height of -5'6". This qualified her for the Northwest District meet where she also placed first with a jump of 5'7". The first State Girls' Track meet was held in Ohio Stadium in Columbus. Missy took first place in the high jump with a jump of 5'4" , This made her eligible to compete in the National meet in New York state. Girls' Track 87 Missy Meeker: Siaie Champion Z' KT H11 ...TL-V A ..,.--.-in ' ' . .Od-. 88 Girls' Truck K ' v 1.4 I' 'W' i 1: : U14 IMLL X 'iefg K..,.. ,E . ,A is 54 -.fm Iv. I I MJXQ --491' p X Y A,, , f f 'er-'Jill 41 ,, ii 1:"4?g-42,23 L 9 -. .W e M 1-1---. . j 5 f 'N iv -5, lp.. f' -r' Varsiig and J.V. join in Channel 30 Bug-I 24, X Mill' I A 1. Senior Cindy Williams enjoys last 1 I I g TOP ROW: Chris Childers. STANDING Bonnie Bierbaum Amy of four years of cheerleading. 1 2 Melinda Ayers, KNEELING: Chris Skiver, Cindy Williams 2. Circle of Spirit. - 5. Cindy Drury and Lori Sutberry 4 - 5 6 hold "G" for varsity team, 4. Senior Chris Skiver leads home- coming crowd. 5. Help, I'm stuck! 6. jr. Varsity squad watches the opposing team's cheerleaders. 7. Varsity squad relaxes as pep assembly moves on. 8. Watch the crowd, girls, nor rhe guys! 9.j.V. cheers with enthusiastic crowd. 90 Cheerleaders I?"'S'l Knm Thompson Cmdy Cums f Vrmunl 'J LEFT TO RIGHT: Kim Richards, Marianne Wielinsld, Lori Sutbcrry, Cindy 4 I y Y J xx I i I H 'I T . fn 'P ,V 1 Jw? ,TAI94 N 4"'f51:gJ Y "Iain fu- Hg, ln.: Q' .rfj , 55: v. nmqwf Jiimlpg JI A nuglxx ' ,glufulll nu. , jhfflll naw, W ,I,'Q'alf: ,,l,L ' ' I" 'IUJKL 'Hl1snu:, "u.4 J, Cheerleaders 91 Cheerleaders ride vicforg irai 1.4.4 92 Cheerleaders . ..4'ix g FIRST ROW: Pam Tasker. SECOND ROW: Heidi Fisher, Skrypec. THIRD ROW: Robin Paugh, Virginia Fairhursgjanice Langell. ' ':.i'?H2- un - 5 55 3 Q g LEFT TO RIGHT: Kris Johnston, Debbie Partin, 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Becky Bierbaum, Peggy Utz,-Ieni Galbraith, Green. TOP: Chris Jacobs. Olga Martinez, Linda Mroekowski, Kim Williams. 'I' Is' 'br TOP TO BOTTOM: Carrie White, jill Shepard, Chris Longstreet, Sandy Williams. Michelle Brunner, Carolyn Smith. X - 2 1. Sophomores Robin Paugh and Virginia Fairhursr sell programs at Varsity games. I -- ' Y ' 1 5 2. AW cheerleaders get ready to put on a "50's" pep assembly. E g TOP ROW: Kori Huber, Mary Pat Yonkee, Betsy Skiver. L 5- 8th Bfadc has if5 OWU 355CmblY- ROW: Kim Bi-fhnfeldf, sue Pollock, Nancy Williams. 4- Freshman Cheerleaders. 5. Virginia needs Randy to cry on. Cheerleaders 93 T 1 1, P X. V X H , . w N Y M N H All I H I 'I I! H. , ,Ip mu' H H 1 H1 ' , w n mn " u ' " , '. f L M 1 v , .. H ..,, ,.. H ,,"".." 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Due to technical difficulties and com- munication barriers, we did not receive the completed scores until after the deadline had been met. The Editors Y ll H 'n I .Wy HH umii gg ful' EN i. Scores 95 1. f., 11'-'-1'-.. 011- 1 '. -'rw - f ,':v'-4-fn' '41 A '-1-1. - '11 .. . .. N '.ef"l':xKi" '- '34-' fy' 7 :L"31A'Jf.1 "4 5fv?irf-791'-' f'i"1"'i5'e-"1"?Ak7'-'F Sf!-'. Q1 TIT'-Z" 35"'E'NI?fL' W 1 "'i",A 1' '-1-'f- f "- "--1'- .- 3 ,- ', gi- 1 ., 1,-.,,-. -. .-.- 511' i--gs 1, .,U 1 1.if ff ,k'."" 2-.f-' - 11. " ' ' x-.'l-'Nr--Y W:-iS"'.,,-t"t -5'-T'-1-' 1.1-.'S:' 12- NL: 'f' I-'-'I TI? J. 3' n ng:-. .. , ,1 W... .H 1-A . .I ,J ,. ,,-1-.5 ,. 1 'A 1 ,. - 1. 11,7 V mr .,. 1 .401-, ,,x. ,,,- U A..- 'xx S , ,, 512-" ' '-.J-, ,-1-9 I-iv. 9Ii'1'7.Qff'1 f ,g- .',.' . 42 A-9 w ,-?g'f:j..:1"f4f2?-1,:.,: 12-1-.-fl 5, -rf " - W jY'l-1L"'lS:xx" -""'l' 2 v."kg:.,- I P 1 4.-,z ' ' N 1432- QQ , ,Y X V45 xl, 1 'I 1 1 1 ,lf 1 -UM 5 W 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 . gk X war- 1 Q' 1 1 1 Ah 1 F 1 1 . ' 1 -+. f 1 1 , 7 1 1 I 1 1 N. . , :1 " 'K . 2.99. J' N' .1 L" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ORG NIZATIONS 96 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 1 1 1 I W L - c xx-,, A-- - . BACK ROW: Keith Gaspar, Dean Ulmer, Craig Burdo, Craig Myers, joe Smith, George Michael, David Dean, Randy Click, Mark Erretr, Greg Wittes, -Ioette Gmitrer, jim Simp Doug Marry, jim Morgan,jill Brown, Mary O'Donnell, Eric Meyer, john Haynes, ,John Heisinger, Dave Brahier, Kim Rudolph, jella I-loekstra, Robin Paugh, Leslie Bennett, Mich LaBine. THIRD ROW: Tim Cochran, Tim Suter, Lynne Pingle, Barry Foltz, Karen Allion, Connie Cassidy, Pam Martin, Anne Gooden, Shannon Nelsonhlane Polker, Matt Donn janet Ziegler, Tom Fath, Bill LaBine,,Ioe Moore, Frank Belcher, Rodney Cook, Elden Lee, Jenni King, Chelee Hodges, Peggy Cochran, Drenda Woodland, Linda jodry, Chris Riten SECOND ROW: Sandy Ziegler, Lori Stickly, Lisa Pyle, Tim Holliker, Steve Cox, Chris Childers, john Bixler,-Ioel Kirkwood, Sue Rose, Becky Plymale, Kathy Nicholson,,Iulie Cox,-Je Agee. FIRST ROW: Connie Bungarda, Stella Munoz, Diana Keenan, Stacy Hires, Krista Summey, Traci Hires, Dawn Sautter, Dottie Davies, Kim Killy, Cindy Patton, Linda Garber, Hill, Wendy jodry, Mary Krueger,-Julie Kobee, Kelly Loehrke, Tammy Staschke, Wendy Burdo. AW Concert Choir number one at Festival of Nalion A long and busy year for the Concert Choir paid off in the best way possible, as the group took first place and a silver medal at the Festival of Nations, a national high school choir competition held this year in Washington, D.C. The kids had put in many hours of extra practice along with their usual yearly concerts. They sang at the annual Christmas program along with the elemen- tary and middle school groups. They also entertained Christmas shoppers at Southwyck 98 Choir Mall, and were a part of a Christmas televi- sion program, along with the Scott High School choir. They participated in a fall con- cert of area choirs at Archbold, and sang at the Waterville Methodist Church Easter serv- ice. Other concerts were held at the Edison Plaza, Ramada Inn, and Oak Openings Lodge. Fund raising activities included a Chili Supper, Tag Day, Pizza Day, and the sale of Christmas candy. Between all these, the ch found time to send quite a few people to s and ensemble competition, where they w very successful. They also received a Super' rating at district and state large-group com tition, an achievement few choirs can mat At a pre-Washington concert for their p ents,-Iill Gerke was named outstanding sen' choir member, and Leslie Bennett w awarded the 3100 choir scholarship. x -my iw... A 1 Q 'VJ ' f . v"1 'Q 'P W r , v ' 1 Y la i Q3 1. An exhausted group awaits the busses which will take them to Washington Airport and home. 3 2. Soprano-Ienny Agee follows Mr. Dean's direction at the fall concert in Archbold. 5. A proud Mr. Dean accepts the winning plaque at the Festival of Nations Awards Ban- - que" 4. The choir performs for parents and faculty at Open House. 5. Becky Plymalc appears slightly nervous as she prepares to sing with the choir at State Competition. 6. Sightseeing in Washington, D.C, Choir 99 BACK ROW: Vicki Michaels, Beth Bungarda, Debbie Dimon, Cathy Darling, Lori Dellinger, Ann Syldlowski, Pat Webb, Lori Royal, Debbie Hencry,junc johnson, Carl Young, Brian Bruce Ebrighr, Veronica Majorowski, Sue Kurtz, Bill Spillis, Sue Creswell, Kori Huber, Angela Bostelman, Cynthia Perry, Mary Pat Yonkee,julie Dress, Jodi Becker, Tina Kieser, Terri Tammy Mortemorc,jill Morrison, Penny Nekoranec, Brenda Mortemore. SECOND ROW: Kim Dixon, Dawn Domiro, Stacy oboinson, Cindy Zalewski, Pam Newcomer, Sue Smith Williams, Judy Roach, Brad Wiggins, Robin Ross, jean Carona, Darlene Meadows, Doug Smith, Randy Woods, Barry Watson, Deann Wyandt, Shelly Richards, bConie Bauer, Carol Teresa johnson, Dawn Klem. FIRST ROW: Rosie Guiterrez,jill Tipping, Baab Parton, Sue Cochran, Val Adams, Cynthia Bolovan, Harry Brady, Craig Linrer, Doug Echler, Mike Chris Mammoser,-Jim Tack, Mark Brillhart,julie Deming, Robin Woods, jeff Skrypec,julie Mockensturm. BACK ROW: Rhonda Zeller, Sue Wheating, Dawn Bliss, -Janice jorden, Patrick Webb, john Guy, Mark Broadway, Doug LaRue, Paul Bradford, john Richardson, Steve Spangler, Da Barry, Mike Baker, Chris Dean, john Curtis, Brad Woodland, Darla Lipinski, Patti Webb, Melinda Ferguson, Carolyn Smith, Violet Wilkinson, Kerry White, Danette Sandfoss. SECON ROW: julie Whitman, Angela Clark, julie Holloway, Chris Longstreet, Sue Chevanec, Neva Kelly, Tony Cousino, Ronny Molina, -Iulius Fingerle, Dan Dobson, Kevin Click, Brian Infa Michelle Bnmner, Nancy Montion, Lori Walters, Melissa Moeckel,,Iody Talmadge, Katrina Knollman, Kathy Tomaszewski, FIRST ROW: Martha Wheeldon, Anita Tumer,,Iulie Gerke Greg Estep, Rick LaVoy, Ray Ritzenthaler, Ronny Bixler, Woody Donnelly, Richard Story, Scott Rose, Debbie Morcock, Pauline Koinis,julie Szalkowski. 100 Eighth Grade Choirs reshman and Eighth Grade Choirs raie superior in compefiiion . 1 Jfl . 1 , --f ., . t . ,rf ,g. C V . ,i ,L , 41 X . " ' ' ex I-fi. L. . B..- ACK ROW: Sue Wiktrom, Connie VonDeylon, Connie Cassidy, Dan Toepfer, Scott Thomas, Craig Miller, Eric Thompson, john Ward, Randy Meadows, Dave Kanz, Terry Schwartz, usty Morgan, Bill LaBine, Debbie Baker, Patty Cope, Missy Smith, Debbie Lafferty, Phyllis Tucker, Sherri Richardson, Diane Ludwig, Kim Williams, Peggy Goddard. SECOND ROW: athy Linder, Karen Hilfinger, Chris Parris, Lisa Aubell, Sandy Lutz, Chris Leonard, Tom Bayes, Gary Myers, Tim Monroe, joe Moore, Robin Green, Rhonda Whittaker, Lee Notestine, awn Jacobs, Wendy Brown, joy Thurston, Wendy Burdo. FRONT ROW: Pam Martin, Kelly Loehrke, Gail Hawn, Anita Cofer, julie Zimmerman, Cathy Myers, Brian Foltz, Bruce lley, Brian Reyes, Alison Ballard, Dee Tilley, Carol Nicholson, Chris Jacobs, Darcy Shabnow, Olga Martinez, Sherri Martin, such enthusiastic numbers that Mr. Dean was In the past, freshmen who were interested n vocal music had to be accepted into Con- ert Choir. This year, Mr. Dean decided that a reshman choir would give more kids an pportunity to sing and participate in compe- ition, and it would also mean that they ould be more experienced when they did nter Concert Choir. They fared very well their first year. They ang at the Waterville Methodist Church ervice, and at Thanksgiving and Christmas concerts, along with the Concert Choir, 8th grade choirs, FT and elementary school groups. They were a big help with choir Tag Day. Thirty freshmen went to solo and ensemble competition and received twenty- three Superior ratings and six Excellent rat- ings, The large group also received a Superior at competition. Five freshmen sang with the Concert Choir, and joined them in their trip to Washington, DC. The eighth graders came out for choir in forced to divide them into two choirs to meet two different class periods. Their many activi- ties included the 'Thanksgiving and Christmas concerts and helping during Tag Day. At large group Competition thirty participating eighth graders received twenty-seven Superi- ors and three Excellents. With a successful year behind them, they look forward to next year in Freshman Choir. Freshman Choir lOl x 1 . 40 '. V , 8 . ,J v1 1 V .,',v' Y .'n ' W Q.. was V9 I nfl Q," . 'x R s. 9 .' an .,' - I . i , X4 iffy? ,ffgf f'yf?'f . 1x if V11 5 ' ' n' . , 5, ,aQ F",v' f., 1 -ff-it ml fvf'-Uf -39 ,- v,,,3.'1 fb- 1 - 531' 'ffl 'I I . ,Aux -XA 1 0'-5166! A tai? X VERY.: 'V N. 'f 'g 1 f +1 ,. x W. X 4 K , I , 4 ,pfiw Kvxw 4 .suv 'Q 3363? ! 6 tk qv Lf' t'.QX 1 1 gf? lf"Y I V1 I 'T I , , 1 af ev!! ?' ll XI "wil 'vi W1 Q 4 . z4,A ' on sl! R . P' +CoHon Bowl Parade E.. ra mm mf' I IB-T'. 0' "i 5 .1 1 Q.. A ., 5, M V-N 44 .. . , . Q' ,U ' 4. ,V 4 2 ,,,. 0 ROW fBACK TO FRONTQ: Cheryl Skrypec, Cindy Clark, Sally McWilliams, Jody Glanz, Charles Reid, Terri Longstreet,-Jeff Moosman, Russ Morgan, Kerry Barton, Tim , Connie Bungarda, Greg Bowman. 2nd ROW: Sue Wikstrom, Tom Weber, Sharon Miller, Lorri Owens, Shelly Perry, Mark Mammoser, Brad Dick, joan Boehm, Nanci nestine, Doug Streepey, Brian Hamic, Mark Ehret. 5rd ROW: Tammy Gmitter, Dee Tilley, Dorothy Heilmann, Sharon Butler, Tom Mammoser, Kelley Barton, Diane Brown, ikc Ebright, Lori Utz, David Barry, jim Morgan, Chris Walters. 4th ROW: Rhonda Whittaker, Eric Russell, Kelley Guernsey, jenny Monroe, Carol Nicholson, Drenda Wood- d, jackie Gorsuch, Bob Pederson, Lindsay Graham, john Bixler, Barb Sido, Brian Reyes. Sth ROW: Tracy Moran, john Heisinger, julie Langell, Kathy Gallaher, Theresa rtzfeld, Wendy Burdo, Laura Vaughan, Kathy Wardell, Bill Yeack, Rainer Wahnbeck, Todd Welborn, Kathy Heckler. 6th ROW: Larry Greer, Rodney Sheldrick, Lisa Moos- n, Kathy Nicholson, Laurie Hall, Mary Packer, Drenda Woodland, Linda Dimon, Mark Jacobs, Don Altafer, Ken Fuller, Elaine Heckler. 7th ROW: Connie Cassidy, Steve Fall, ren Hillfinger, Allison Ballard, Sue Brown, Dawn Brown, Kathy Lowe, jeff Whitmer, Paul Rohenhlohn Altafer, Kim Ehret, Laura McKimmy. 8th ROW: Shelly Householder, ren Behnfeldt, Debbie Baxter, Val Sido, ,Iana Boyer, Cathy Hertzfeld, Nan Haas, Megan McGilvery, Barb johnson, Matthew Tonjes, Les Graham, Russ Boehm. 9th ROW: nnie Thomas, Barry Snyderhjanet Boehm, Pam Martin, Cathy Delaneyhlohn Waller, Les Perry, Patti Utz, Becky Plymale, Chip Yonkee, Bruce Crosby, Sue Paxton. 10th ROW: ren Allion, Peter Cousino, Kitty Morris, Sue Brown, Connie Winslow, Roger Snyder, Charles Miller, Vicki Thomas, Kris Lehman, Eric Smith, Scott Thomas, Sharon Hiles. -IORETTES, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Canfield, Kristi Owens, Linda Moran. Marching Band 103 Seniors submit iheir resignafion The senior Anthony Wayne Marching Generals look back on their fine season with pride, yet they are sad to leave the glamour of being a Marching General. After four years of faithful service, they must look forward to bigger and better things, however scarce they may be. The eighth grade band, on the other hand, looks forward eagerly to becoming one of the renowned Marching Generals. The idea is thrilling, yet somewhat frightening. Best wishes to all of you in your years to come with the Marching Generals. if BACK ROW: Angela Clark, julie Whitten, jill Shepard, john Curtis, Mark Kulwicki, Danette Sandfoss, -Ian Jordan Mammoser, Brad Woodland, Beth Bungarda, Sue Creswell, Lori Walters, Nancy Montion. SECOND ROW: Greg Julius Fingerle, Ron Bixler, Gary Mohler, Kevin Cordle, Whitney Woods, Mike Streepey, Darryl Barry, Bob Altaffer, Tomaszewski. THIRD ROW: Stacy Robinson, Cynthia Perry, Mary Pat Yonkee, Sheila Cassidy, Lee Anne Ulrich Longstreet, Cathy Mammoser, julie Szalkowslci. FRONT ROW: Beth Sample, Gretchen Wolfe, Lori Dillinger, Michael,,Iody Talmadge, Sue Smith, Sue Wheating. 'SX Tlfwl ANTHU7' WAYNE AFQCHPVY: ON SIGN: Elaine Heckler, Chris Walters, ON SHOULDERS: Kathy Heckler, Sherri Hiles. THIRD ROW: Les Graham, Ken Fuller, Tom Weber, jana Boyer, Eric Smith, Diane Greg Bowman, Lindsay Graham, Charles Reid, Tim Fry, Charles Miller, Tom Mammoscr, Les Perry. SECOND ROW: Rainer Wahnbaeckhlulie Langell, Kathy Lowe, Dorothy Kitty Morris, Roger Snyder, Don Altaffer. FIRST ROW: Sally McWilliams, Deb Baxter, Lisa Moosrnan, Coni Winslow. LYING DOWN: Mary Packer. 104 Bond 'X .u. ' 1 - 'min ' I rf" . ,,, 1 , .', 54'-Q 21, L 7' ' Ht- ' X all ' N'3L rvfF'f if f.. TX-I gr ,. " ' 'l " ha V 1 1. " Q iq, Y -5...,- '-5 :'- 43' l i V. 1, - at "t 151: '-.gx ' 1 f'- 3 1 '-,..' Q. V 'Q . . ' '11 4: -T -1 " .. 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'D - -- flu I qt 1 , ., I L WTMN in V Y I4 : , Q T51 ft, :Q e , he l 'T i .fu ' -est k4.Il, """' .YY Q ll" lg-1 -Q, ""'i'Ul1lKg ...n-Q., -411. 1-4"' 1 john Waller wonders rf Russ Boehm hit a sour note 2 just a glnmpse of the many hard hours of practice put nn by the Marchrng Generals 5 Generals are eager to get to Dallas although somewhat Ieery of the fhghr ahead 4 Shoey rah' 5 ls that conccntratlon or ns that concentratxon7'9 5 I sand 105 106 Stage Band GeneraI's Staff The "General's Staff," the popular Anthony Wayne dance band, had another fine year. They sponsored two dances for the area, one, George Washington's Birth- day, and the other with a wild Hawaiian motif, It is quite an honor to be a member of the stage band, audi- tions are held and only the very best make it. They play jazz songs such as "Night Train" Ctheir theme songj, "St Louis Blues,'l and "Chattanooga Choo-Choo." The ever popular strains of Glenn Miller's big band sound pleases the ears of the audience. Also heard are fun songs such as "Beer Barrel Polkaf, and "Soul Sister." The members of "The General's Staff" ate certainly deserving of their recognition. rv-11' fn.- ,4- BACK ROW: Ken Fuller, Tim Fry, Sherri Hiles, Greg Bowman, Eric Smith THIRD ROW Les Graham Nanci Rmestme jim Morgan Bruce Brian Hamic. SECOND ROW: Terri Longstreet, Nan Haas, Mark Mammoser Tom Mammoser Brad Dick FRONT ROW julie Langell Connie sidy, Paul Rohen. f Q X 710 0 7 ls 1 gl" E WNGT we Tl Y im 'V' 1 WALL Paul Rohen Markjacobs Todd Welborn Tim Fry Mark Mammoser Charles Reid Tom Mammoser Eric Smith, Rainer Wahnbaeck, Don Altaffer. SECOND ROW: aller Chuck Miller THIRD ROW Greg Bowman Com Winslow Kathy Wardell Jana Boyer Lisa Moosman Val Sido. FOURTH ROW: jim Morgan, Kathy Lowe, Deb Sally McWilliams julie Langell Dorothy Hellman FRONT ROW Kitty Morris Nanci Rinestlne Laura McK1mmy Elaine Heckler, Kim Ehret, Kerrey Bartonhloan Boehm. Jungle Band adds spiril The pep band is to basketball games what the Marching Generals are to football games. Both arouse school spirit. They fill the gym with the fight song, and occasionally during half-time, they play a popular song. But their overwhelming new attraction was the jungle Band. The rhythmic beat of the wood blocks, bongo drums, and assorted other percussion sounds brightened pep assemblies and basket- ball games alike. Letls hope we hear from them again next year. Pep Bond 107 Dazzle hiis Dallas This year our three Anthony Wayne maiorettes were happy to be associated with the Marching Generals. In Dallas, Texas, on New Year's Day, head maiorette Kristi Owens, Linda Moran, and Kathy Canfield marched along the parade route with unprecedented exu- berance. All in the Anthony Wayne area were proud to claim them. .- " L .U "wa: e ' 4 "' ff' , -.vu t, ..., I A ' " r , ef .E-W r,.Z Arad all Lithia I B . H Theft' r-....1fs.s K ,I I 'i N H 24.37 Nu X 1. The football lights catch Linda Moran's pretty smile as she curtseys to the roaring audience. 2. Head maiorctte Kristi Owens during her half-time routine. 3. Kathy Canfield in action. 4. Kristi Owens fheacl maiorettej, Kathy Canfield, and Linda Moran. 108 Muioreites if-Q l I ,fi if 'I If 'Z rg In Y , L f 1 'Z 1 'gg 3 'cl ' J' li-Q, af .,.f Q . . N ix , ta arms - Bob Desko, Vice-president - Brenda Hamic, Secretary - Sandie Ziegler, - Pam Brown, Treasurer - Sandy Mayer, Advisor - Mrs. Braunschwelger. J I ,fx Spanish Club greeis Colombian exchange siudenl The Spanish Club meetings were livened this year by the presence of Stella Munoz, exchange student from Colombia, South America. Once Stella got over her initial shyness and language problems, she proved to be a great help to kids with special difficulties in Spanish class. The club's many activities included a car wash, pinata party at Christmas, dinner at the EL TIPICO restaurant, volleyball game with the GAA, and a booth at the Student Council Carnival. The group also hopes to sponsor an exchange student to Mexico. 11 X ', I,- 1' 1...-1 A-Z 7 Lf ROW: Kelly Cichy, Ron Stormer, Tony Durham, Mary Krueger, Brad Dick, Craig Loehrke, David Barry. THIRD ROW: Wendy jodry, Tina Cirino, Robin Paugh, Dawn Brown, Munoz, Susie Schadle, Sherry Murphy, Kim Priest, Kim Williams. SECOND ROW: Luann Lee, Becky Plymale. FIRST ROW: Olga Martinez, Sandy Geronimo, Mary Mayer, ey Drew, Robin Grecn,,Iudy Wiggins. Spanish Club 109 l BACK ROW: john Simpson, Devon Sautter, Chris Jacobs, Shelly Hodges, Sherri Raitz, Kathy Canfield. THIRD ROW: Dave Plassman, Frank Belcher, john Wolfe, Rick Greg Zempel, Andrew Waller, Chris Simonson, Bill LaBine, Lorri Riddle, Tom Reach, Cindy Wagner, Todd Welborn, Pat Goddard. SECOND ROW: Tim Bauerschmidthlenni Darcy Shabnow, Rhonda Whittaker, Jenni King, Liz Zempel, Cecilia Zalewski, Nancy Farber. FIRST ROW: Dawn Gilbert, Lisa Aubell, Sharon Butler, Peggy Cochran, Michelle Vicki Bank. French Club welcomes new inifiaies The French Club, headed by Mr. Fallows, initiated many new members in a two-part ceremony. The members-to-be were required to wear berets to school, speak only in French, and per- form many other embarrassing acts, as directed by the older French Club members. The formal initiation party was held later at Oak Openings Lodge. Other activities included a bowling party, car wash, summer trip to Put-In-Bay, and a cooking night, where the l-:ids proved themselves to be less than "French Chefs." President - Dawn Sautter, Vice-president - Dean Matson, Secretary - Kathy Gallaher, Dave Hoertz. HO French Club QI Junior Classical eague Members of the JCL went through a maze for initiation into the club. A new craze for members attending regular meetings was a game Called Mythites. Although they lost their volleyball game, everyone had fun. To finish the year, the ,JCL sponsored a booth at the SC Carnival, and Advisor- Miss Kuncyl enjoyed a picnic at Oak Openings Park. -jennifer Jarvis, Vice-president - Kim Richards, Treasurer - Mike Burger, Secretary - Brenda si.. ROW: Pam Brown, Tom Moser, Tim Gerke, Nan Haas, Mark Jacobs, Roger Snyder, Brenda Hamic, Patti Moser, Keith Gaspar,,Ioe Bush, Craig Miller, joe Moore, jella Hoekstra, Stokes. THIRD ROW: janet Smith, Debbie Baxter, Kathy Lowe, Mary Packer, Missy Smith, Kitty Morris, Sharon Miller, Terry Teaderman, Sandy Gase, Cecilia Zalewski, Holly Kelly Cichy. SECOND ROW: Nanci Rinestine, Becky Dunkelburger, Kelly Loehrke, Barb Sido, Kathy Nicholson, Lydia Ford, Val Sido, Laura McKimmy, Luanne Ackerman, Riddle, Tina Cirino, Lynn Suess. FRONT ROW: Pete Fountain, Rob Slee, Tom Dunlap, Russell Morgan. Latin Club I I I New organizaiion eniers AW's ranks This year under the leadership of their advisor, Roy Williamson, a new literary society was formed known simply as "The Group." They met after school to review and criticize each others poems and short sto- ries. They chose the best and put them together in a publication that came out every few months. It is hoped that this novel idea will con- tinue and become a tradition at Anthony Wayne. A u . Z' U W L l ma.,,,,, . i Y Hin: -4-f' BACK ROW:jenny King, Rich Thayer, Russell Reach, Keith Gaspar. SEATED: joy Thurston, Tina Cirino, Barb Sido, Phil Taber. ON THE FLOOR: Kelly Cichy. 112 The Group CK ROW: Pati Drummond, Kim Spooner, Sandy Geronimo, Lee Notestine, Lori Riddle, Cindy Dclventhal, Sandy Leutz, Lisa Aubell, Terri Lesher, Anita Cofer. MIDDLE ROW: Kim mpson, Peg Cochran, Tina Cirino,-Iennifer Jarvis, Robin Greenhludy Wiggins, Kim Williams, Sheri Raitz, Luann Ackerman. FRONT ROW: joe Haas, Micky Waller, Dave Mattis, Stormer, Chad Leech,joc Moore. '-1' -nn11..- f Craig Lochrke, Secretary -jeff Payne, Vice-President -jane Polker, President - Hernando Martinez, Advisor Bohnett. Science Club camps "in" This year saw a very active Science Club, Among other things, they sold "Basic H," school pins, trees, and baked goods. They had a camping trip to the Oak Openings Lodge. An enjoyable time was had by all. Science Club I 13 GBC enjogs spring spaghei-H banquei The Girl's Bowling Club, under advisor Mrs. Colannini, had a fun-filled and active year. Special recognition goes to the follow- ing people: FIRST PLACE TEAM - Candy Galus, julie Cox, Joni Galbraith, Kim Plo- cek. HIGHEST AVERAGE -julie Cox and Bonnie Bierbaum. HIGHEST SERIES - Candy Galus and Lori Stickley. - . 1 -, IR I .U xl lf Q I K 4 ifrqflfh ik! 1 if I 1 1 R 1 1 1 V I 1 fffuwcff-','fffCf'-ff,ff'f'.. Q' ffkfir fi? , f c . 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ROW: Bobby Williams, Bill Koinis,john Canfield, Ronny johnson, Dale Hardesty, David Hill, Bobby Phillips. ROW: Ray Ritzenthaller, Scott Samburg, Patty Dnimmond, Allen Bunge, Bill Pooley. "' ' ' Trapshooiers He for second in league The Anthony Wayne Trapshooting Club had a very successful season. They shot to a record of eight wins, one loss and one tie, which was good enough to earn them a sec- ond place position in the Maumee Valley High School Trapshooting League. Under advisor ,Ion Luce, the team practiced twice weekly during their season, which ran from September to March. Dave Brahier was out- standing shooter, twice scoring a perfect 25 out of 25 hits. UV 1 One style of bowling 2 Dave Brahier on the way to one of his two perfect scores. 3. AW's lineup of shooters load for the next round. David Becker - assistant secretary, Mr. Luce - advisor, Dave Brahier - secre- t . l I , i Trupshooters 1 I 5 I I6 Chess Club Q I 1!! 1 l STANDING: Dave Plassman, Tom Dunlap, Rob Slee, Robert Spooner, jennifer Jarvis. SITFING: Tom Reach, Roger Bryant, Rich Thayer, Mark ferry. Checkmaie This year's chess club had a good year, and there will be many returning underclassmen next year. The club meets one night a week to practice, learn new strategies, and play a cou- ple of games. The chess club also competes against other schools, with jennifer Jarvis, a sophomore, the only undefeated player on the team. ,ram ' f K ! .rg I 1 'f1nr if QL. ATED: Julie Allen, Sonia Landon, Beth Schnitkey, Darlene Noell, Lori Peters, Darla Komisarek, Beth Fitzsimmons, Sharon Galbraith, Debbie Boggs, Berta McVicker, Nancy Kinney. STANDING: Abel Molina, Ronnie Snyder, Craig Myers, Matthew Tonjes, Rott Montion, Rick Kistner, Louis Bruce. D 1 - : Mr. Kelly, SENIOR OFFICERS: not taken. R OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer Lynn Pingleg Activities Chairman: Tammy MacLareng Advi- DECA places lhird a+ stale Distributive Education, a new idea at Anthony Wayne, had a very successful first year. DECA is a program designed to give zt practical business education, similar to that offered at Penta County, except that DECA aims more toward a managerial pro- fession. The following people placed at District Competition: Matthew Tonics ....,.... Food Industry Marketing Pam Botek ,............. Business Vocabulary Lynn Pingle ..,,.,..,..., job Interview - Girl Mark Bakies ......,...,... job Interview - Boy Chris Koinis ............ Investments Sue Samberg ......,.., . Sales Demonstrations Deb Boggs ....,..,..... Income Tax Ron Snyder ..,,.,....,.,..,....,..,,..,., Automotive and Petroleu Marketing Tammy Fox ,...,.,..,...,,......,,.,.. Free Enterprise System Gary lweisenberger ......,. Advertising Tammy MacLaren ...... Math of Distribution Scott Montion ......... Radio Advertising Beth Fitzsimmons .... Public Speaking Nancy McKinney ..,..... Display .... lst hon, ment. ,...lst ..,,.2nd .......2nd hon. ment, ........lSI ....2nd v,..2nd ,...2nd ..,.lst ,...Znd ...Hurd 5rd Also, Debbie Boggs placed third at state rompetition for girl student of the year, and the entire Anthony Wayne DECA Chapter placed third for the most Out' standing Chapter of the Year. DECA 1 17 STANDING: Mary Mayer, Alice I-Iardesty, Diane Rylehlulie Dress, Sandy Geronimo, Diane Lindberg, Sherry Richardson, Stella Munoz,jody Becker, Debbie Michaels. SEATED Ludwig, Brenda Kwiatkowski, Cheryl Ball, Lisa Rader, Selena Strickland, Connie Thompson, Pam Szymanski. ll8 FHA FHA visits old folks and goung folks The Future Homemalcers of America went as a group to visit an old folks home and the Sunshine Children's Home this year. They had also planned an excursion to Cedar Point but this was cancelled. For entertainment and recreation, the group held several banquets and volleyball games. Tamie Strickland - president, Beth Schnitkey - treasurer, Charlene Savage - secretary, Sharon Ga braith - vice president, Mrs. Tribe and Mrs. White - advisors, FFA has large ..., membership The FFA has an enrollment of 96 members, both boys and girls. They meet twice a month, holding a business meeting with recreation afterwards. The FFA Banquet this spring was the largest ever with 250 people attending. FFA members received awards for their work during the year. FFA members competed in various contests during the year. Public Speaking, Parliamentary Procedure, Livestock, Q Kg Poultry and Meat judging were the most popular. Students attended officer training school and the State Con- vention. About 1!3 of the membership attends Ohio FFA Camp Muskingam during the summer. The camp provides experiences in conservation, recreation, safety, and leadership to the members who attend. Cowden - treasurer, Bob Longnecker - president, Rusty Stafford - seminal, Bob Dcslto - reporter, Tipping - student advisor, Tim Hclliker - vice president, Lori Longnecker - secretary, Mr. Riker Mr, McKnight - advisors. - . Qs.. ...wif I , , . . - C ROW: Bob Morris, Marc Ulrich, Mark Carr, Bill Haar, George Michaels, Greg Ferguson, Terry Beam, jerry Strain, Tim Chavanee, Marty Michaels, Cheryl Mulinix. ROW 6: jim Mark Lafferty, Milton Hit, Rich Hire, Bernard Barney, Craig Hefflinger,-Jim Shepherd, Dave Brahier, Mark Hertzfeld, Glemi Tenhundfeld, Don Altaffer, George Stevens. ROW arc Bailey, Brian Hamic, Kevin Megyesi, Chuck Christian, jim Mullinix, Tim Naylor, Peter Cousino, Pat Williams, Ted Samanski, Todd Cresswell. ROW 4: Randy Gase, Bruce sby, Dan Campbell, Craig Mullins, Dave Lybarger, Randy Thomas, Sandy Griffith, jeff Hall, Eric Fall, Scott Dodge, Earl Maclntyre. ROW 3: Steve Fall, Paul Robinson, Rich Bialecki, Dixon, Bob Phillips, john Huddy, Darryl Thebeau, Dave Robinson, Dave Hill, Kenny Thebeau. ROW 2: Todd Longnecker, Bumard Vollmar, Kenton Keiser, Rick Thompson, ney Cook, Dave Desko, Rick Peace, Dave Baughman, jerry Wynn, Lynden Bush,.Iohn Dress. FIRST ROW: Chris Leonard, Tmdy Holmes, Vicki Cowden, jenny Strayer, Debbie by, Sandy Gase, Anne Gooden, Patti Drummond, julie Hoffhein, Roxanne Burk, Linda Hugill. FFA H9 BACK ROW: Angela Kennedy, Carol Gladieux, Colleen Peppers, Amy Almester, Mary Mayer, Sandie Ziegler, Ann Yonkee, Diane Kistner, Pat Hill, Missy Meeker. SEC- OND ROW: Denise Toepfer, Stella Munoz, Mel Ayers, Linda Mroczkowski, Debbie Bierbaum, Tammy Bauer, Karen Mayer, janet Ziegler. FRONT ROW: Lydia Ford- Sherry Greer, Linda Wardell, Mary Dick, Pam Brown, Debbie Burkhart, Cecelia Zalewski. GAA sponsors mother-daughter awards picnic GAA proved popular this year, as 120 girls joined the group. They rnet after school on Thursdays to play volleyball, basketball, gym- nastics, etc., depending upon the season. The girls held bake sales during varsity basketball games, and sponsored a balloon dart throw at the Student Council Carnival. The GAA also backed all female varsity athletic teams, including volleyball, track, basketball and softball. Debbie Baxter - secreta.ry,Julie Shepard - president, Kim Ehret - treasurer. MISSING: Cathy Clark - vice president. 120 Girls' Athletic Association I r- 4 4 MIKE PEDERSON Young A.W. Quiz Kids rank in +op eighi With none of last year's runner-up team return- ing, a young, inexperienced team consisting of sen- ior Phil Taber, juniors Kelly Cichy, Rob Slee, and Liz Zempel, and sophomore Mike Pederson buzzed their way into the top eight of thirty-six teams in the WSPD High School Quiz. They Won their first match against Wauseon High School 170-150. Rogers High School was their next opponent whom they also defeated 250-120. In a match plagued by technical difficulties from a burnt out studio light to untimely breaks as pro- grams changed on the half hour, the team was defeated on a tie-breaker question by St. Ursula. With four of this year's five members returning and the experience they gained, the coach, Mrs. Peterson, looks forward to next year's competition. Quiz Bowl 121 - 'A 1 1' 1..- 1 g BACK ROW: George Michael, Chris Child- ers, Bob Box, Tammy MacLaren, joe Bush, joette Gmitter, Cindy Patton, Dave Ballard, Dave Hoertz, Beth Monetta. FRONT ROW: Sarah Allen, jenni Mumma, Tim Bauerschmidt, Missy Edge, Tammy MacLaren - treasurer, Tim Bauerschmidt - secretary, john Simpson president. Anlonians i'e f il r 'I N stage comedy The Antonian Society of Anthony Wayne presented the Neil Simon comedy, BARE- FOOT IN THE PARK, in the fall. The show was quite successful at both ihe per- formances for the school and the evening showings. The Antonians also assisted Thespian Troupe 1717 in presenting the first musical in four years on the AW stage, LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE. This show was also a success. BACK ROW: Beth Monetta,jenni Mumma, Karen Allion, Wendy Burdo, Chris Childers, Liz Zempelhloette Gmittcr, Ballard, joe Bush, Missy Edge. SECOND ROW: Kathy Canfield, Dave I-Ioertz, Chris WiHiams, Keith Gaspar. ROW: Pam Botek, Cindy Patton, Patti Moser, Sarah Allen. 122 Anfonians Todd Wilson. BACK ROW: Mr. Williamson - advisor, Mary Chris Williams. FOURTH ROW: Dick Albaugh, Rainer Wahn- Sue Rose. THIRD ROW: john Simpson, Cindy Patton, Chris Ritenour, Gmirter. SECOND ROW: Liz Zempel, Tim Bauerschmidt, .Jenni Bald- Chris Walters. FRONT ROW: Chris Childers. .C fl, if-W ..'-, if Ag 'av ROW: Sarah Allen fdevill, Tammy MacLaren fClorox Many,-Ioe Bush Ctooth fairyj, Karen Allion CPinocchioj, Linda CGypsy Rose Lecj, Becky Plymalt: fKool-Aidj, Kim Killy fDirt5, Fred Trippe ljack-in-the-boxJ,jill Brown Uolly Giantj, Mark Moekel fstrong manj. SECOND ROW: Drenda Woodland Corgan grinder's monkeyj, Sandie Ziegler Dillerj, Beth Monetta fAcid Queenl, Missy Edge CPin Ball Wizardy, Dottie Davies fGreen Giant's peaj, Dave Bal- Celfj, Russell Reach fthe Pink Pantherj. LYING DOWN: Bob Box CNO. 2 Pencilj. 9 1 BACK ROW: Dave Ballard, Karen Allion, Tammy MacLaren, Beth Mon- etta, Kim Killy, Fred Trippe, Jenni Mumma, Randy Click, Becky Plymale, Linda Garber. SECOND ROW: jill Brown, Bob Box, Mark Moekel, Sandie Ziegler, Russell Reach. FRONT ROW: Missy Edge, Drenda Woodland, Dottie Davies, Sarah Allen. Thespians show mang ialenis The Anthony Wayne Thespian Troupe 1717 is an honorary international organization for those Antonians who have put extra effort into their work with theater, both on and off the stage. This year the Thespians put on the first musical in four years with the play, LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE. It was a delightful suc- cess encouraging the production of more plays in the same genre. This year's initiates carried on the tradition of dressing up as people and objects in the theatrical world. jennifer Baldwin received the Thespian of the Year award for her career point culmina- tion in Thespian activities. Thespians 123 l 1 ' TXQTTTFJ-55?-?Tfg7r",. V, mi' ,ff 1 i. ' " -.Q '-1. M i , BACK ROW:Jim Robinson, john Agee, Dick Albaugh, Debbie Boggs, Lori Peters - treasurer, Tim Bauerschmidt, Kathy Lowe, Rich Thayer. ROW: Rainer Wahnbaeck, Steve Creighton, Debbie Baxter - president, Sandy Mayer, Chris Skiver, Mary Packer, Ann Yonkee. FIRST ROW: Mammoser, Tim Story, Brenda Hamic - secretary, Chris Williams, Kitty Morris - vice-president. Honor Socielg sells for funds This year the National Honor Society tried several new activities. Pens and pencils were made available in both offices to students for a nominal charge, and carnations were sold for Valentine's Day and Easter. Students ordered ahead for flowers to be delivered to a sweetheart or special friend. The High School Faculty Selection Committee voted to raise scholastic requirements for candidates to 3.3. Previously it had been 3.0. Nineteen new members were tapped and inducted in April. The first annual spring luncheon was held at Miller's Restaurant for new inductees and graduating seniors. Ms. Elaine Hughes, newscaster for WSPD-TV, was the guest speaker. Two scholarships were announced by Superintendent George Don- nelly at the luncheon. Members voted that .L 4, k i 5Ch0laf5hlPS S0 to Kim' Morris and Kathy BACK ROW: Bin wack, Tom Weber, Janet Bvefhm, Mei Ayers, Becky Piymale. THIRD ROW: Kathy LOWC. To end the year, graduating Seniors Gmitter, jack Polker, Leslie Bennett, Barb Floyd, Kelly Cichy. SECOND ROW: Missy Meeker, Tina Cirino, Val returned after graduation to Plant eve,-greens Zempel, Kim Ehret, Nanci Rinesrine. FRONT ROW: Elden Lee, joan Boehm, Laurie Stoakes, Bonnie Bierbaum, Lindajodry- and flowers in the planters at the South build- ing. 124 Honor Society SC sponsors carnival This year proved to be a busy one for the Student Council. Among other things, they sponsored the Crop Hunger Walk, the senior-faculty basketball game and 50's dance following it, and the student exchanges with Maumee, Napoleon, Perrysburg, and other schools. They were also responsible for the mid-Winter and Homecoming dances. Other SC projects included the planting of shrubbery in the student court- yard, and a special tree in memory of Tom Fox and Bob Wilhelm, two AW sopho- mores who died tragically in 1974. Another aim of student council has been the revamping of the student lunch pro- gram. Through this year's council's efforts, the possibility of lunchroom vending machines is being seriously considered by the powers-that-be, and a grateful student body thanks the council for its efforts in this area. My N. Dean Ulmer jill Brown Todd Wilson Ann Yonkee Leslie Bennett, Mary Suter, Bruce Crosby, Tim Gerke, Gary Hoot, Craig Loehrke, Tim Suter, Eric Nofzinger, Randy Witte THIRD ROW Greg Everhart Tim Bauerschmidt Lynn Pinglc, Sharon Miller, Evonne Bakies, Barb johnson, Harold Hoot. SECOND ROW: Lincla Marsh, Chris Dawn Sautter Cheryl Skrypcc Kim Thompson Cindy Curtis Virginia Fairhurst, Kim Behnfeldt. FIRST ROW: Laurie Hall, Bonnie Bierbaum, Linda Moran, Chris Skiver, Sue Student Council 1 25 g BACK ROW: jim Andrew, joel Kirkwood, Phil Taber, Amy Albaugh, Sandie Ziegler, janet Smith, Kim Plocek, Candy Galus,jenny Monroe, Charlene Savage, Schnitkey, Pat Rohen, Mark Lafferty. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Bradley, Kathy Nicholson, Barb Floyd, joette Gmitter, Dave Hoertz, Linda Lederman, Donna Woods, Terry Hill. SI ROW: Dave Ballard, Sue Phipps, Peggy Fisher, john Waller, Kim Smith, Sally Witzeler, Greg Wheating,,Ierry Locker. FIRST ROW: Becky Plymale, Shirley Drew, Elden Lee, Dave Workers aid librarians Both the North and South libraries were assisted by student workers who helped with the operation of them. Working during study hall periods, these students checked out books, arranged shelves, and assisted with fx- library material. The help provided by them allowed the libraries to run smoothly and efficiently. l. Q so 1 BACK ROW: Jessie Adams, Phyllis Tucker, Cathy Darby, Denise Toepfer, Patty Cope, Perry Seegert john Holliket, Tim Barney, Mr. Frank. SEATED: Cathy Myers, Kathy Linder, Cindy Delventhal, Andrew Waller, Sandy' Gerken, Connie Browning, Cindy Baldwin, Mary Wilson, Sheri Stultz. ON TABLE: Shelly Lee, Mary Hannewald. ON FLOOR: Barb Suter, Kathy Desko, Celsa Quiroga, Cindy Szabo. 126 Library Workers , , ,V , ', - Q wat. in ,. , , ii.,y!-as aim . , .. L -,.u 1244,-1.3-l -Q 'mill' -M: P1- c.. , Office workers ai-lacked bg diHo machine Once again the girls working in the North and South offices proved invaluable. By run- ning errands, taking telephone messages, and collecting attendance cards, they were a great help to Mrs. Morgan and Mrs, Cheski. While many girls volunteered to work only to get out of study hall, once they were x there, they found it rewarding being a part of ROW: Mary Hanncwald, Jody Becker, Lynn Christiansen, Chris Childers, Martha Wheeldon, the action' Albaugh, julie Dress. SECOND ROW: Debbie Jacoby, Molly Cook, Kathy Ducat, Kim Bostle- Kim Johnston, Sandy Geronimo. FRONT ROW: Tina Cirino, Sue Schadel, Kathy Kozbial, Alice Dawn Klem, Mrs. Cheski. ROW: Patti Moser,-Iacque Gorsuch, Lynne Pingle, Teresa Hertzfeld, Kathy Forwerck, Tammi Strickland, Pac Hill, Carrie Bowers. SECOND Terri Longstrect, Pam Botek, Debbie Hancock, Karen johnson, Kathy Fallon, Coni Winslow, Patti Utz, julie Ehret. FRONT ROW: Linda Beckic Tussing, Heidi Fisher, Cecelia Zalewski,-june Dohr, Lisa Moosman, Mary Krueger, Mrs. Morgan. Office Workers 127 AV undersfaffed This year the AV program has been altered significantly in order to better enable a more organized use of the equipment. Rich Teet and Mark Hearndon worked first period every day and all teacher requests had to be in at that time in order to be filled. For the past two years Mrs. Bradley has willingly lent precious library space for the storage of AV materials such as records and film strips. All students should realize that these materials are available to them. , 'SJ-'J' sm Advisor Mr. Briggs, Rich Teet, Mark Hearndon. "--. 1 Todd Wilson makes necessary repairs 2 Rich Teet splices a section of film 1 N 2 1 'I28 AV Workers l Q . 'Q ll 1 ff' xr. Geary Belzung, Greg Ferguson. ll w ROW: Brian Kanz, David Lybargcr, Danny Toepfer, Rob Lambert, Paul Bradford. MIDDLE ROW: Gary Clark,,Iohn field, Norm Briney, Cindy Clark, Penny Hill. FRONT ROW: Ron Engle, Kathy Meyers, Tammy Dunnette, Ed Green. .1 '- ...Q- . -- W 'hu ROW: Paul Rohen, Doug Boehk, Herb Stiles, George Stevens, julie Shepherd, Mike Meadows, Lindsay Graham. FRONT ROW: Mark Cafeteria workers keep on serving This year, those working in the cafeteria all had big appetites, the main advantage to work- ing in the cafeteria being the extra food. Many of the people who worked this year were made to realize that washing pots and pans Wouldn't be an enjoyable lifetime career. Solu- tion: study harder and get ahead. It is, however, a good experience toward developing responsibil- ity. Cafeteria Workers 1 29 Mr. Ewald heads managers and trainers Most students think of the MATC as sim- ply the "backstage crew" for sports, and that they merely take care of equipment and treat injured players. What many don't realize is that the MATC, like other clubs, held many yearly activities. This year they included two picnics, a basketball game, and a bowling party. To defray expenses, they sponsored a rummage sale, a car wash, a turkey raffle, bake sale, cake raffle and an ice sale. Led by Mr. Ewald, they enjoyed a very active and suc- cessful year. Ed Cowden - secretary-treasurer, Sandie Ziegler - vice-president, M.r. Ewald - advisor, Pat Rohen - president. WV - BACK ROW: Marty Michael, Dan Toepfer, Tom Reach, Harold Hoot, jack Tibbets, Doug Packer. SECOND ROW: Gary Hoot, Herb Stiles, Terry Beam, Steve Creightl Mark Hearndon, Eric Thompson, Greg Wheating. SITTING: Michelle LaBine, Kelly Cichy, Nancy .Io Woods, Connie VonDeylon, Chris Leonard, Kelly Loehkre, Lynn Su FRONT ROW: Eldcn Lee, Arlen Tipping, jeff Lahr,,Ioel Kirkwood, Tom Path, Bob Longnecker. 130 Managers and Trainers " Ig? V' vb-1 - is ROW: Keith Gaspar, Russell Reach, Tina Cirino, Mrs. Brandeberry. CAR: Lori Peters, Ken Staeble, Rich Thayer - tri-editors. ROW: Stu Roberts, Rob Slee, Sandie Ziegler. - :'t'h"1 'I 1 :ff .ri-nj J., . . 411.313 1 7: 1-41, ...,.. 1- -vm, H' in 24.1-' I-i .w TNLTW' 1 .1 QS- fi - .. gn . . " i A .2 L' ' t w 'l ,fini 5'i 1 .. 5 1.-if., 2 - ,A ...A 5 27... , ,Q M,s.'I4" lining I .73 Sv.. , A. -1 rc - f..'v .iii . .' v 4-. V 1' .:. 1-1 '-1'-Q 1 H f, Tilt... LV '-."-"FU ii: ,.,-t.,-.- ' . yi . ,,,-v ' , I . -- ...N ..,l'- i if t , -.. ,pl T Generals Dispatch Despite the many factors Working against this year's newspaper, such as lack of money and writers, hassles with the administration over censorship, etc., much was accom- plished. The paper was published twice monthly, with spe- cial editions for Christmas and Graduation. This year saw a rise in student interest in the Dispatch, particularly in the editorial department, and many varying opinions were presented through editorials written by staff members, students and other sources. Led by tri-editors Lori Peters, Ken "What the Hell" Staeble, and the ever-intellectual Rich Thayer, the Dis- patch staff worked hard writing, printing and selling their paper, and their efforts are appreciated. Although they were forced by inflation to raise the price to fifteen cents, students continued to support the General's Dispatch. GeneroI's Dispatch 131 Trailblazer - Underslaffed. Over-worked With a ridiculously small staff fighting deadlines, mis- placed copy, companies who lose pictures, and Tim's Monday morning hangovers, it's a wonder we got anything accom- plished. It was a rough year with only seven staff members, and we sometimes wondered if it was worth the hassle. How- ever, there were good times between the hard work meeting deadlines, staying after school, etc. Like the time Tim plucked out all of Kelly's eyebrows. And chasing each other across the tables. fLori fell.j And Liz undressing in the corner. And the time Kelly took twenty "terrific" pictures and then discovered she'd forgotten to put film in the camera. And the MANY times we were forced to de-intellectualize Liz's copy. And our drag race coming home from the Napoleon workshop. We hope you appreciate the result of our headaches, wor- ries, cussing and nervous ulcers. 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FRONT ROW: Mr. Dick, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. White. 5 'I 'T' R ll T YC-RIN .Wl l 1 Q' . gn .Q I' -1 .. ' . ,M . . ' +3-'V W 'X ,,.' T .44 '- . ,I XL N I36 Board of Education 1. , E -ani 1 4 I. Mr. Conklin, Mrs. Clark, and Mr. Dick await the opening of the meeting, 2. Mr. Baxter surveys the scene calmly. 3. Mr. Donnelly, Mr. Baxter, Mr, I-Ierrzfeld, and Mr. Conklin arrange their papers in the order of business. 4. Mr. Knerr, head of curriculum, glances back. 5, Mr. Donnelly prepares to offer a sugges- tion. Board of Education 137 BETTY BECKER Dean of Girls HAL HEIDTMAN South Assistant Principal THOMASJENNINGS Principal ROBERT SLYKHUIS North Assistant Principal 138 Administration Adminisfraiors keep A.W. on the mi-7 P ff I , , lx -A I-itnnign ' v gi, 5 . i F 71 'Ile ce slafl' always busg xx" w.g gr' COLETTE BOX Clerk .IACQUELINE CHESKI South Secretary IDA MORGAN North Secretary DONELDA Sl-IELDRICK Secretary 4 5 Mr Jennings surveys the office situation. Looking for something Mrs. Becker? . Mrs. Cheski types up the attendance sheet. . Come on, kid, you don't have to beg on your hands and knees. . Mrs. Morgan has the situation under control. Adminislralion 139 Teachers coniend wuih cold classrooms RICHARD ALBAUGH Arhlcric Director Driver Education Game Theory Co-ecl P.E. Boys' P.E. P.E. leadership RONALD BALL Boys' P.E. Health BEN BENNETT Social Studies 8 l ' JAMES BERTA Integrated English American literature Drama MARK BOHNETT Biology A Science 1. Are those test grades really that funny, Mr. Asmus? 2. Mr. Ball listens to a sLudent's question. 3. "lf you guys back there don't shape up Captain Sw make an appearance." 4. No. 1 athletic director, Mr. Albaugh. 5. Mrs. Allen makes out the next day's lesson plan. 6. "Seems I can't find that phone number." Mr. Briggs heads mafh depi RITA BRANDEBERRY Fcarure Story Spccch Newspaper World Literature II Applied Grammar II Advisor Gcncra.I's Dispatch ANN BRAUNSCHWEIGER Spanish I and II JOHN BRIGGS Advanced Math Algebra II ' Calculus ' Physics L 142 Faculty T F 5: 3 V '-.Y'i.,f' lu 1-it ' ll I lil: 4 T .f , ' A " ' ' E ' I 1 . . , f -w-. I I H w 1 W ' .W A ., Q M , I, 4, . I ' ' 1 I Linn, vi' W Y -ggi P 1' . N15 "S 5 S L"Z!.'PY v 4 MIRIAM BRIGHAM Drawing jewelry Ceramics Painting Art I Advanced Art MICHAEL BROWN General Business Boys' P.E. DIANE COX Spanish III and IV English I and 8 KATHLEEN COY World Literature I Applied Grammar I English 8 I 2. Mrs. Braunschwciger ponders motherhood. Mr. Brown looks slightly perturbed, 3. This changing weather makes my nose run. 4. 5 6. Surprise Mrs. Bradley! Mr. Briggs gives one of his infamous physics lectures. Ms. Brigham arranges art materials. Faculty 143 Hislorg classes lake Americanism Tesl RICHARD DEAN Concert Choir Swing Choir Choir 8 and 9 Ensembles General Music Appreciation KATHLEEN DUGAN E.M.R. JEAN EMBERGER Psychology Applied Grammar I and II World Literaturc I and II WILLIAM EWALD E.M.R. KENNETH FALLOWS French I, II, III World Literature II Applied Grammar II English II CHARLES FIX American History Introductory History l 44 Faculty 'wget ,Q 1:4 A r--S I vs V '--Q "5 Q- Hag-- F ,,, "I aww' J gin , .ati ' .BE 'I I 4 - . Is life that bad Mr. Failows? . Mrs. Dugan grades papers. . Mr. Hayes relaxes aftcr a long day. . Mr. Ewald tums student. . Does anyone have any questions now? . Miss I-Icndel sneaking out of class. PAUL FRANK South Librarian RICHARD HAYES Math 8 ANN HENDEL Art 8, Art I DAN HENRY Industrial Arts I, II, III Faculfy l45 146 Faculty DOROTHY HISER Home Economics I DOUGLAS HOFFMAN Industrial Arts 8 and I Mechanical Drawing I THOMAS KEMP Biology A Conservation lb HRX Qc Miss Lewandowsl- 1. "Do you want to come up here and teach biology?" 2 Miss Kuncy conducts class from a student's desk 3 Are these all the pieces for :he top? 4 Mr Hoffman gives his class instmcnons for their next proiect 5. Mrs. Korn also served as cheerleading advisor. - 4 5 - 6. My how you ve changed Miss Irwandowski! f Mr. Ketrermanj hi. eaves maih deparimeni 'FT if I CAROLINE KORN Girl's P.E. CLARA KUNEY Latin I and II World Literature II Applied Grammar II Birth of British Thought Romantics and Rebels Contemporary British Thought MARY LEWANDOWSKI Algebra II Algebra I Math A SUZANNE LONG South Study Hall -,Q-,Q Faculfy I47 W Mrs. Peterson leads science depl. -JONATHAN LUCE Art 8 Arr I JONATHAN MCAFEE Social Studies 8 WILLIAM MCKNIGHT Farm Power Agricultural Engineering Building Construction Landscaping Vocational Agriculture I ROGER McSURLEY World History Westem Civilization World Power and Conflict -'nm Ja- ' -e,...- . .4 Y-.. Y..l ' S.-. BERNK 1. ,All right you guys back there, wake up! ff' ff 2. Mrs, Peterson and Rob Slee rig up che "bomb to end all bombs." 5. Mr. Murphy prepares himself for his next class, 4, So according to the gospel of McAfee . . , 5. Mr. Luce studies a student project. 6. Mr. Ondrus assists one of his geometry students. 148 Faculty 1 "' A ...X L an S -. TT ' , BARBARA PETERSON Chemistry I and II ROBERT MURPHY Math A and B Algebra I Geometry DONALD ONDRUS Math B Plane Geomctxy Western Civilization World Gov'r. and Law Faculty 149 JERRY REED Counselor 11, 12 MARILYN RICH Counselor 10, Penta MILDRED RICHARDS Physiology RON RICHARDS Health Physical Science I 50 Faculty l1+'v'H 'l1I. ,L V.',,.. -11 R Vlrs. Richards lakes charge of Nalional Honor Sooieig .gr 5 T51 It E i -rib JOHN RIKER Animal Science Vocational Agriculture I PATRICK ROCKWELL Yearbook Advisor GEORGE SCHOONMAKER P.A.D. Sociology iss- -JEANETTE SHOCKEY Personal Typing Typing I Accounting Recordkeeping Office Practice . Mrs. Richards explains dissecting procedures to her physiology class. . Mr. Reed and his guardian watchdog. . Mr. Schoonmnker explains an idea to Dorothy Heilmann. . Mrs. Shockcy takes a break f rom her typewriter. "See, this way the kids don't see me and I can catch 'em easier!" . Mr. Rikcr docs some research for his next class. l Faculty l5l Mrs. WiHe reiurns +o business dept ROBERT SHOEMAKER Marching Band Varsity Band Concert Band Band 8 Advanced Music Appreciation Fundamentals of Music Stage Band Pep Band JERRY SMITH O,W.A. SHARON SMITH Girls' P.E. Science 8 HAROLD TITTLE American Consumer Business law Business Math Sales General Business Economic Geography Salesmanship DEANNA TRIBE Home Economics I Family Life Foods and Nutrition RICHARD VAIL Algebra I Math A Tv" 5-q 'Q I-C' X ,R i ,gn-T. -,..f-4? ,1 I1 ,H is 6 ' RAY WINCHELL Counselor 8, 9 JAMES WARNOCK Mechanical Drawing I, II, III MARY WERTH Introductory History American History DIANE WHITE Home Fumishing Advanced Dressmaking Home Economics ROY WILLIAMSON American Literature College Composition Advanced Composition They said WHAT about me9 You only typed nine words a minute' . Mr. Smith takes time to catch up on some last minute paper work. . Mr. Shoemaker critically watches the Marching Generals perform. . "Who said they don't like Emerson ?" . Mrs. White stops in the office for coffee. Faculty 'I 53 154 Cooks F - NORTH COOKS: Mrs. Drocssler, Mrs. Bucher, Mrs. Hall, Mrs.-Iohns. 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Treasurer - Kori Huber. W 5. Chris Mamrnoscr and llrad XVoodland - 1 are caught up in the excitement of the N FHOITICHI. 158 Eighlh Grade -Jessie Adams Valerie Adams Kathy Albaugh Lorrin Allan jane: Allgeier Bob Alraffer Mike Baker Cindy Baldwin Tim Baranski Darryl Barry Connie Bauer Jodie Becker Denise Beckham Jeffery Beckham john Beebe Kim Behnfeldr Randy Beiswenger Gary Bergfeld Ricky Bcmal Ron Bixler Dawn Bliss Gina Bocllner Eric Bolovan Angela Bostelman Sharon Bowers Paul Bradford Harry Brady Greg Brenneman Mike Brenneman Mark Brillhan Mark Broadway Debbie Brown Connie Browning Michele Brunner Mike Bmnner Berh Bungarda Barbara Burger jerry Burk Robin Burkett Kenny Busson Linn Butler Alvaro Gsiano joel Campbell John Canfield jean Carona Sheila Cassidy Sue Chovanec Lynn Chrisrensen Angela Clark Chris Clark Dean Clarke Kevin Click Sue Cochran Becky Cole Kim Cole Shelly Collins john Conklin Kevin Cordle Fred Coss Bob Cousins Tony Cousins Doug Courchcr Sue Creswell john Curtis Orhy Darling Vicky Davis ls. 5 - ui V' ii l- I- i 7' ii, i ' um. uw, 'H D ,fl ' I iff Il' ni Q,.af-pf-"-' wo Eighrh Grade Qpirii shown af eighih grade pep asse Doug Dclgcr Laurie Dcllinger Julie Deming Katherine Desko Barb Dey Laurie Dey Debbie Dimon Kim Dixon Dan Dobson Dawn Domirio Robert Donnelly julie Dress ,lcff Dreyer Robert Dulskis laxri Durfey Bruce Ebright Greg Esrep Randy Evans Pam Fall julie Fields Doug Eehlcr Melinda Ferguson Julius Fingerle Donna Fischer Wayne Fischer jim Fisher Lori Fisher Jody Flowers Brice Ford Mike Fountain Robin Fox Sue Gall julie Gcrken Dave Genson jeff Gmirrer Mark Gower Ed Green Maribczh Guess Rosemary Gurierrez Mary Hannewald Carole Harmon Bob Han Tina Hayes Scott Hcimrich Tommy Henning Debbie Henry Teddy Hensley Debbie Hcrtzfcld ,lcff Hess Terrie Hill julie Hire lsaxonia Hodge julie Holloway Cindy Hopkins Kori Huber lrene Hughes 'Ze L X 'X Terry Hyarr Brian lnfalr Samjeremy junejohnson Robjohnson Teresa johnson jznjordan Brian Kanz Neva Kelly Tina Keiser Srevc Kisrner Annette Klar Dawn'Klem john Kobce Bill Koinis Pauline Koinis Mike Kozbial Kzrrina Knollman Gene Krise Russell Krueger Susan Kurtz Brenda Kw-iarkowski Jeff Lambert Rick Lambert lisa landon Keith La Pane Doug la Rue Rick Lavoy Shelly lc: Ron Lewallcn Ken Llmcs Craig Limcr Darla Lipinski Peggy Lipinski Kelly long Chris Longsrreer Nancy Ludwig Veronica Maierowski Chris Mammoscr Kathy Mammoscr Sruan Martin Sheri May jeff Mayer Darlene Meadows Doug Meeker Rob Megyesi Karen Memsic Vicki Michael Roy Micldlcron julie Mockcnsrurn Melissa Mocckcl Gary Mohler Ron Molina Troy Monk Anncrrc Monrgomcry Nancy Monrion Debbie Morcork jackie Morris jeff Morris ,lack Morrison Eighth grade basketball team in the spotlight. Kim Bchnfeldr and Pam Fall show enthusiasm. Caught again! Eighth Grade 161 ,lill Mnrrisun Brenda Morrcmurc Tammy Morlemorc Pcnny Nelcorzncr Pain Ncwcnmcr Dunn Nnizingcr Andy Olwick liunnit'0vCrn1yCr liairla Partin Beverly Parrin ,lzlmcs Payne Cynllvirl Perry Wiiync Pcrsinger Hub Pcrcrson Greg Pieper Joe Pnlkrr Tim Pulkcr Sue Pollock liunnic Pummcrnnz Sandra Prirc Ci-:lsn Quiroga l.isa Rader Srcvr: Rsirluns Mike Ramirez Pnuy Rcyome Shcllic Richards ,luhn Richardson ,lnnicc Rigg Ray llirzcnrhalcr Judy Rnach Smrcy Ruluinson Vcmnirz Rodriguez Srcvc Rood Sum Rose Rnluin Ross lluri Royal Andy Rucinski Shclly Rurkowslci Smu Samlxrrg llerh Sample Dancrrc Sanrlfoss Doug Savage jill Shepard Dravid Shoup Betsy Skivcr jeff Skrypcc Greg Small Carolyn Smirh Doug Smith Sue Smirh Terry Smirh Kcilh Snyder lnri Spangler Srcvc Spangler Hill Spicer nm spina Rirk Srall Jail Strayer Mike Srrccpcy Judy Srrung Rex Srrub Shari Srulu lliihnrsl Sullivan Cindy Szabo -Iulin smkuwski Ann Svydlowski jim Tack ,ludi Talmage Mark Tcadcrman l62 Eighth Grade ,..,.EY-'--and '4 i mm,.,,,.--f-2?-:': "- ,rn . ,W l i U in Ll!! 5-:Ab , rw., hih grade plans irip io Washingion. D.C. i, gi 'r 'lk Keith Thatcher Ellen Kay Thompson Jill Tipping Steve Trippe Kathy Tomaszcwski Anita Tumer Lee Ann Ullrich David Ut.lcy Terri Vann Faith Vary George Vasvefy David Wallace Iori Walters Barry Watson jeff Watson Patrick Webb Party Webb Susan Wheadng Martha Wheelden Kerry White Brad Wiggins Ronnie Whitehmd julie Whitten Bobby Williams Nancy Williams Sandy Williams Iaura Wilson Mary Wilson Elizabeth Wirzlcr Gretchen Wolfe Brad Woodland Barbara Woods Randy Woods Robin Woods Whitney Woods Dtlnn Wymr Kathy Wymer Scott Yager Mary Pat Yankee Chrl Young Cindy Llewski Ron Zeller Ronda Zeller Joe Zeigelhofer Matthew Zitzer 1. A future "ML President" 2. Doug Meeker, 3. Lynn Christensen and jill Tipping are caught in the excite ment of the pep assembly. Eighth Grade 163 1 66 Freshmen Cindy Clark Cynthia Clark Gary Clark Anita Cofer Patty Cope Bruce Cosan Kathy Cowden Vicki Cowden Bmcc Crosby Larry Crosby Karen Delcher Cindy Delvenrhal Dave Desko Kerry Dickerson Bobby Dickson Lois Dorsey john Dress Cathy Drew Kathy Ducat Amy Edwards Ron Engel Roy Elden jackie Estep Steve Fall Nancy Farber Bobbi Farrhing Lorali Fischer Brian Foltz Bob Forwerck Dora Fruchey Glenna Fruchey Lowell Frucher David Fuller jenny Galbraith Karen Gallaher Pat Gallagher Tim Garke Frosh hold Frosh-Toss ai Carmva 1. Our own "Fonzie." 2. Lowell Frusher enthusiastic- ally cheers. Q' 'V' gg, g . I all sa. i mi ii Sandy Gerkcn Sandy Geronimo Dawn Gilbert Carol Gladieux Cindy Gleckler Tami Gmitter Peggy Goddard Cheryl Goebel Sceve Gower Ken Gowing Robin Green Mary Griesinger Kelly Guernsey Lisa Guemsey james Guess joe Haas Kim Habig Patty Haehl Brian Hamic Dale Hardesty julie Hartman john Heier Richard Herrzfeld Steve Herrzfeld Karen Hilfinger Dennis Hill Penny Hill Richard Hire Meg Hoertz Trudy Hoimes Tim Hopkins Shelly Householder Denise Ingle Chrisjacobs Dawn Jacobs Clark-Iohnson Kimjohnston Krisjohnston Don Kaiser Freshmen 1 67 l 68 Fresh men Dave Kanz Bobby Kararnol Kenton Keiscr Angela Kennedy Connie Kieswether Michelle King Sandy Kinlcaid Diane Horn -Jeff Kujawa Bill Labinc Debbie Lafferty Rob Lambert Bev Lecse Kris Lehman Chris Leonard Linda Lesher Terri Izsher Sandy Ixutz Chris Limes Diane Lindberg Kathleen Linder Robert Lipnslci Kclly Loehrke Debora Long Todd Longnecker David Lowman Diane Ludwig Amy Luedekc Sharon Lutz Dave Lybarger Annette Maas Lynne Macera Mark Mammoser mm-r V. if? 'Kr Q-.I i 'Y J .gg t it ' Q N 1 1 af. A -- b-af' 5 N,- ' rv r A Y X E, 1' ici" Ll .ff . ,li A 'I ii ll ya- L, A ix! .r Ti? ifijf' As., rosh enjoy food-flging lunchroom ai Souih fix --.. W I 'F' 1. Caught in the act! 2. "It's the only gum my mom let's me chew." . Freshman team busily practices. . Chris Lehman showing his good side. Sheri Martin Pam Marrin Olga Martinez Mary Mayer Maggie McGilvery Earl McIntyre Leona Meadows Randy Meadows Kevin Megycsi Val Megyesi Craig Miller Rob Monerra Tim Monroe Pere Monrion joe Moore jeff Moosman Sraq' Moran Russ Morgan Robert Morris Tom Moser Linda Mroczkowski Craig Mullins Sheri Murphy Brent Myers Cathy Myers Gary Myers jim Myers Sandy Newton Carol Nicholson Lee Notesrine jim Owen Chris Parris Bob Pederson Bob Phillips Diana Pyle Brian Reyes julie Richardson Freshmen I 69 170 Freshmen Sher ri Richardson Cyndi Rick Lorraine Riddle Jason River jenny Roberts jenny Robinson Paul Robinson Paul Rochte Teresa Rodriguez Donna Rucinski Eric Russell joe Rutl-cowski Darcy Sautter Michelle Saurter David Schaupert Sheila Schneider Doug Schnitkey Mark Schultz Terry Schwartz Perry Seegert Vicky Scrres Darcy Shabnow Alan Shank Kris Simonsen Cheryl Skrypec john Smith Melissa Smith Stacy Somers Rusty Stafford jim Stefanski jenny Strayer Selena Stickland Barney Strong Duane Stroud Karen Srrub Larry Stucler Lynn Suess Barb Sutcr Pam Szymanslti lla 1 ll .' ,Ll 1 r. Karen and Jim represeni Frosh in Homecoming Court Connie Thomas Randy Thomas Scott Thomas Vicki Thomas Connie Thompson Eric Thompson Kenneth Thebeau Dee Tilley Dan Toepfer Phyllis Tucker jeff Tussing julie Utz Peggy Utz Laura Vaughan Bemard Vollmar Connie Von Deylen Kathy VonSeggem Cindy Wagner Andrew Waller john Ward Brenda Watson V? Connie Whalen Gail Whaley Ronda Whitaker judi Wiggins Sue Wikstrom Kim Williams Diana Wood Dan Wyandt Mark Wynn Chip Yonkee Greg Zempel julie Zimmerman Paul Zitzer Mike Zwyer floor. ll . the premises. 3 ant and escort. 1 Dawn Gilbert and Lois Dorsey escape from dance 2 Sandy Leutz, Anita Cofer and Nora Fruchey stake out 3. Karen Behnfeldt and jim Guess, homecoming attend' Freshmen I 71 Sophomores hold slave auofion ai Carnival Unique - Exciting - Individual! The class of '77 typified all of these elements. Slaves, dances, and all sorts of baked goodies helped to fill the coffers of the treasury. The sophomores added a treasurer with junior officer elections in the spring. The officers for 75-76 attended the '75 Prom as a group observing and learning for their own Prom next year. Memories abound for many, flowing out of hearts, minds, and cars! Randy Roberts president Kim Thompson vice president Kathy Canfield secretary 1. - . 2' . U - . U . Q 5. - . 4. Richard Boggs and Deisa Talburt take a breather. 172 Sophomores s.. jeff Brueshaber Roger Bryant joe Bucher Allen Bunge Mike Burger Dave Adams Terri Adams Kathy Albright Lesley Aldrecl Debbie Allion john Altaf fer Randy Armitage Bill Amer Evonne Baltics Cheryl Ball Burnard Bnmey Kelley Barton Geary Belzung Dan Bergfeld Dennis Biddle Debbie Bierbaum Scott Binklcy john Bixler Russ Boehm Richard Boggs Mary Bcmal David Boyd Steven Brahaney Dave Brahier jeff Breymaier Rona Britt Dawn Brown Patsy Brown Sue Brown joan Brueshabcr Sophomores 173 Roxanna Burk Debbie Burkhart Sharon Butler Dan Campbell Kathy Canfield Carolyn Carona Mark Carr Randy Carter Nancy Chovanec Randy Click Peggy Cochran Beth Cole jim Cook Rodney Cook Rex Cooper Lori Corrothers Peter Cousino Dexter Cox Steve Cox Robin Cranston Todd Creswell Cindy Curtis Dottie Davies jill Davis Dan Dayton Debbie Dclgcr Bob Desko Tim Dey Brad Dick Dave Dick Mark Dickey Linda Dimon Matt Donnelly Pati Drummond Bridget Dmry Cindy Drury Cheryl Durfcy Tony Durham Mike Ebrighr Missie Edge Mark Ehrct Robin Enright 174 Sophomores cr-- Ai! ,lg 'TID sd Q.. -dir fn.,- ?- '-br H2137 ji' So if H. 4 'iv G,- phomores largesi class ai A EI.. r W we sr' W ifridmki. hw' 1""T7 -u Q., fi, sg if -xv 'TT"'r -.S v:v---1- Q inn- 'Q--rf' 1-...J -sv U27 'gr 1.4- Virginia Fairhurst Eric Fall Betsy Farthing jamie Ferguson Laurie Ferrer jeff Fields Heidi Fisher Lydia Ford Creston Fording Kathy Forwerck Pat Fountain Brent Fruchey Kathy G-allaher Bob Genson Randy Gase Lisa Gicbrich Jody Glanz Pat Goddard Anileda Godfrey Veronica Golbinec Ann Gooden Robin Gorniak Cathy Gorsuch Steve Green Larry Greer Sherry Greer Ron Grulich Mary Gutierrez Bill Haar Becky Haas Pam Hahn -Ief f Hall Keith Hanncwald Scott Hardesty 1. Kathy Forwcrck hams it up. Sophomores 175 Mary Har: Vicki Hatch Doug Hawks jenny Hayes john Haynes Sharon Heamdon Kim Heckler Paul Heier john Heisingcr Theresa Heinze Randy Henning Nicky Hensley Cathy Hertzfeld Mark Hcrtzfeld Dave Hill Sue Hinson Leslie Hintz Traci Hires Stacy Hires Myron Hodge Chelee Hodges julie Hoffheins john Hollilcer Tim Hollilcer Kim Holt Gary Hoo: Tracy Hopkins Kim Horn jim Householder Bill Huber Brenda Hughes Linda Hugill Tim Irelan ,Iilljarrins jenniferjarvis Wendy ,Iodry 176 Sophomores X.: Q-ff, Lf ai, 5-.1 rio and Caihg are Homecoming reps. EPZ, - N 'P- ' . .Q yi fg A -'.'. l lg i ' 1.-qw. ..,. Barb johnson Billy johnson Dave johnson janette johnson Philip johnson Ron johnston Pete Kahle Richard Kadas Diana Keenan Kim Killy Candy King jennie King Mark Kinkaid Dianne Kistner julie Kobee Bill Koch Kevin Koinis Larry Konwinski Mike Kosch Kathy Kozbial Linda Kronckc Dennis Kwiatkowski janice Langell jeff lance Mark Lafferty john LaPorrc Rocky Launder Linda Lcderman jim Layman Luanne Lee Chad Leech Kathy Lcny john Leonard 1 1. Cindy Drury shows spirit lamong other thingsj, 2. Eric and Kathy "walk the aisle," Sophomores 177 44 David Lesher Bill Leutz Craig Lochrkc Matt Long Lori Longnccker Sandy Longnecker Ray Luce Sue Ludwig Bud Lytlc Malt McKnight Scott McVicker Perry McWilliams Andy Macera Doug Mapes Freddi Martin Grant Martin Hernando Martinez Doug Marty Dave Martis Karen Mayer Darla Megycsi john Memsic Eric Meyer George Michael Sharon Miller Beth Monetta Connie Monrion Robert Moore Berry Morrison Don Mortemore 1 78 Sophomores sp. ,-...., 'i Suhr .f MX 'YI7 w-gb .ffl 5 gn.. as is X... g Ji .V W !.,i phomores receive class rings ft' B-1 QIT7 '15, 'ui by 3 ,A X, .'r 1'-'r hs.- 1 Who me? 2 H1 3. Ho-hum, these dances are a crashing bore! Cheryl Mulinix jim Mulinix Ann Myers Mike Myers Tim Naylor Jeanne Nekoranec Shannon Nelson Bill Neumeyer Mike Nickell Eric Nofzinger Kristi Owens Robin Owens Denise Pachura Doug Packer Robin Paugh Sue Paxton jeff Payne Mike Pederson Shelly Perry Bill Phillips Sue Phipps Sceve Pierce Marr Plocek Chuck Plymalc jane Polker Bill Pooley Lisa Pyle Sheryl Rairz Tom Reach Lori Rhoades Kim Richards Randy Roberts Craig Robinson Sophomores l 9 Roy Rodriguez David Rogers Amy Rolf Nancy Rood Brian Royal Brian Sarrleberg jan Saunders Desiree Sautter Michael Sayre Tom Schwanz Donna Serres Rodney Sheldrick jim Shepard john Shoup Barb Sido jim Simpson Mike Skiver Debbie Skrypec Bill Smith Debbie Spangler Bobbi Spillis Kim Spooner Tammy Staschke Lori Stickley Keith Stiles Ron Stormer Cheryl Strayer Debbie Strayer Doug Srreepey Rick Strickland Linda Stroud Jim Studer Christa Summcy Lisa Swanger Ted Szymanski Deisa Talbert Pam Tasker Dan Taylor Terry Tcaderman 180 Sophomores 93 Diane Tee: Darrell Thebeau Denny Thomas Kim Thompson joy Thurston Mike Tilley Galen Tipping Denise Toepfcr Beckie Tussing Marc Ullrich Lori Utz john Waller Judy Walters Bill Ward Linda Wardell Rick Whaley jeff Wheelden Jef f Vlhitmer ike Pederson represenis lO+h grade on Quiz Bowl Q..- .I WND 1. He said WHAT! 2. Missy Edge surveys the prospects. Nancy jo Woods Gary Yager Debby Yaw Marianne Wielinskr Kevin Wikstrom Dan Williams Michael Williams Pat Williams Chris Willimnson Tina Wilson Steven Winner MaryAnn Wise jack Witte Greg Wittes Brian Witzler john Wolfe Donna Woods Jodi Woods Kathy Woods Sophomores 'I 8 I Juniors anxiouslg awaii senior privileges In addition to the hat and coat check at basketball games, the junior class officers and a steering committee planned a series of dances called the "Waterworks." These were held in the North Cafeteria and made use of a sound system furnished by Scott Montion, Terry Simon, and Rob Mayer. They were a tremendous success. The Spirit of '76 lived on during Homecoming Week as the juniors decorated the office hall. Homecoming representatives were Kathy Kronke and her escort Kim Rudolph. At the Student Council carnival, Sharon Heimrich and Tim Suter represented the juniors. Once again the junior-senior Prom, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," was held at the Sheraton Westgate. It culminated a year of hard work for many juniors. 1. Cindy Patron - secretary. 2.. Kim Rudolf fcscortj and Kathy Kronkc fattend- antj smile for homecoming crowd. 3. Mike Meadows looks cheerfully at homecoming dancers. 4. Tim Suter - president. 5. Patti Moser - treasurer. I 82 Juniors Jay Agcc jennifer Agec Amy Albaugh julie Allen Suc Altaffer jim Andrew Melinda Ayers David Ballard Mike Bank David Barry David Becker Donald Becbc Frank Belcher Teresa Bialecki Bonnie Bicrbaum Rick Bierbaum Doug Boehk ,Ioan Boehm Pam Borek Carrie Bowers 1 84 Juniors jill Brown Louie Bruce Kenneth Bucher Connie Bungarda jerry Bussdieker joe Bush Rex Butler Lori Capdeville Chris Cheski Chris Childers Kelly Cichy Tina Cirino Tim Cochran Molly Cook Ed Cowclen David Dean Kathy Delaney Mary Dick Scott Dodge june Dohr T7 Ns x.,f, Tim and Sharon represeni Jrs. in carnival rogalig 'CZ' War, QW N 1--.6 N-'r T ji x-- tl? Becky Dunkelberger Kim Ehret janet Everhart Tom Fath Matt Fetter Barb Floyd Joni Galbraith Candy Galus Keith Gaspar Sheron Gilbert jim Gill joette Gmitter Pam Goddard Jacque Gorsuch Nan Haas Laurie Hall Alice Hardcsty Amy Heckler Craig Hefflinger Sharon Heimrich Theresa Hertzfeld There sure are a lot of weird people at this school. Got to find those cheat sheets," Mary Krueger and Lori Sutbcrzy busy with yearbook layouts Neil Hilfinger Dave Hoertz Mark Jacobs Lindajodry Paul Kamcnca Kathy Kroncke Mary Krueger , -. Q.-X, ,Sgt ,fix Il M av ,,, Michelle LaBinc Sonja Landon Eldcn Lee Nancy Lindkc Eric Lochrke janet Long Terri Longsrrcet Tammy MacLaren Laura McKimmy Dean Matson 186 Juniors ,aw rn. 1 9-..... S, Juniors sponsor "wa+erworks" da 1. V, 52" -N fig , 4' Q -1 X, lf, ur Y, 'rx' its qu.. Mike Meadows Melissa Meeker Rick Michales Mark Moeckel jenny Monroe Holly Montion Scott Montion Linda Moran jim Morgan Patti Moser Kathy Nicholson Tim Niles Darlene Noell Kim Noggle Lorri Owens Cindy Patron Lynne Pingle Kim Plocek Becky Plymale Kim Priest Russell Reach 1. "Hey, is julie having another spaz attack?" 2. Liz Zemple, the raving beauty of AWHS. 3. No, you guys, you can't dance that way. 4. Cecilia Zalewski, watching a track meet? El Juniors 187 Cheryl Ream Nancy Rinestine Christine Ritenour Paul Rohen Kim Rudolph Martha Russell Dawn Sautter Charlene Savage Beth Schnitkey Paul Shilling Val Sido Robert Slee Dave Smith janet Smith Kim Smith Mike Smith Ronnie Snyder Laurie Stokes Lori Sutberry Tim Suter 1 The inseparable 'Paul and Dave." Z jim Morgan shows Kim Ehret and Laura McKimmy what he plans to smuggle on the plane for Dallas 5 Kim Plocek doing her neck exercises. 4 What some people won't do to get their picture taken raion provides elegani sei-hng for Jr Prom Luann Szalkowski Brian Talburt Marie Tebbc Glenn Tenhundfcld Matthew Tonjes Dean Ulmer Patti Utz Kathy Wudell Mike Wamer Todd Wclbom Brian Wittcs Frank Wood Drenda Vloodland Luke Worline Bill Ycack Cecelia Zalewski Liz hmplc Sandie Ziegler Patti Adams Wanda Allman Keith Armitage jim Baker Charles Bailey louise Bailey jim Bergfeld Clayton Black Lucinda Bostelman Gary Bryant Dale Bnmner Cathy Clark Pam Cooper john Corrothers Glenda Dickerson john Dixon Pam Durfey Edwin Echler Debbie Estep Denise Esrep George Estep Harold Estcp Marty Fall Dexter Farlie Allen Fingerle Arnold Flores Pam Fuller Amy Gerkcn Lies: Giblin Bill Gower AW loses more io Penia each Larry Griffin Sandy Griffith Sandy Grzegorzewski Vickie Gunn Andy Gustafson Dennis Hahn Brian Harkcom Neal Hensley Cindy Holt jim Householder Lynn Huffman Elaine Hugill Rick Hyatt Dale Irelan Rickjohnston Charlotte Kahle jackie Karamal jim Kinkaid Daniel Klar Dennis Kluding Cindy Kunz Tony Lance April Lauharn Nick Lazaris Dawn Limcs Dawn Lindberg Richard Long 1 You sure can tell this rsn t AW's cafeteria food. Penta Couniy 191 Diane Luce joe Luedeke Matt McGilvery Steve Miller Kathleen Mockensturm Sylvia Molina Connie Montgomery Micky Moser Robert Mulinix Mike Myers Kansas Newell Cheryl Newton Gil Noaker Rhonda Noaker Nick Olwick Floyd Owens Lee Patrick Rick Perry jean Polker Thomas Pyle Mike Reyome Steve Rice Anthony Robinect Mike Robinson Cathy Rochte Not now Mark' l. , . 2. Penta work is hard work 192 Penta County W slill highesl in Penla enrollment ,div ,4- 1' ll' 211013 iffaipa Tim Wolfram Barney Woods Sandra Woods Cherie Wrighr Dave Wymer Rick Yore Roy Rodriguez Gail Ross Dave Sawicki Amy Schneider Wes Shoupl Jenifer Silcox Mark Simon Norman Snyder Greg Stonehill jack Strong Clyde Talmage Robert Thather Glen VerStraere Mike Walters Mark Warchowski Robert Wenzlick Susan Whaley Dean Whiraker Mary Whitehead Richard Williams Penta County 193 11- TF 51,52 -H f- ., ig X 1, las, ' M " V, X X. .x1gL,+-- . p:,',M ., ,rs 1 " Q gi Mi ' wfvfisirsiii -'VWMMM -- ww - K M -Ap M -H 1:1 A K W 1 ' Mgnw-if K - Q., . 4- ..zlv.."1 , 1 - Ak Q. 11 W ,,,,.,.u F H wsfmfx. fw.1,g.z: H - ' " f .sm -, 'fue' 'ms If-V QT Wf -1121 H+ . T if ,Wg K x f , . ' Q, , , xxx: 353' M . . , 'M M 'iii g ' M ii3LW.!?f H M ,V 115: .P f.--If 13 H: Qzizgi 7,35 3' 35.5 A, U 'A ffm' W '1,..,f U, .- 45? M -W' 111' Q4 Mi. Zigi M47 iz.. , Q : ' . 1 , . . 5 iii? 12 M, 5 -M42 f QM 'i fJ,?if'.U-15. 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V, wx. " W . f, , " f M' ,, , ,.-,JZ Mcfgwk. JA, .: X , , ' '.fg::::1.,, ,,. ,gg fn ,M 1 was 1,1 ff .. , .,i tgp.: :, .2121 . ' , , , f ,L ,-. , H. in . . ,, K 1.5 , ff. -.gpm H ,wu W Q22 .-auf .f V: N as gm, H' H , REGOGNFIIONS ,.. f A.W. welcomes four exchange siudenis f1?Tievs"i"'7 ,.,. The boy had been in the dreamland. It was a beautiful land he had never seen before. He met so many people in this land. They were so kind and so fine. He had dreamed almost one year. He never wanted to leave. But after one year, he had to leave. He decided he'd never forget everything happened in this dreamland. He'll love everyone forever. He did not want to say goodbye, but see you later. "See you later," he just whispered. Tadashi Fujita japan When I first come to America I found everything different. I didn't know too much about the American customs, the language and something more important in my life, the people, but I think everything was easier since I was interested in learning the American way, Every day was different for me. I knew new people and new things and all the things play a part in my experience at Anthony Wayne. I can't ever forget the good memories that I have. I remember the homecom- ing, football season, the basketball team, the band, the choir, the waterworks, the play, graduation, Senior week and many more. This is something that always I will have with me. The school taught me many things such as patience, friendship, love and brought me many memories I will never forget. Bad times, good times, but all these things I will take home with me to Colombia to share with my friends and my family. I thank everyone that made my year possible and happy. S 11 M te a unoz 196 Foreign Exchange Students Colombia W2-ATT? ' .ang .. 2' K 'f',t,.'s3?.:s ' :fi ln .ug -vi ,' 'Q- The year I spent in the United States of America was filled with strange experiences which I shall always remember. I would like to thank the Reyes family for accepting me into their home and sharing their life with me for half a year. I am grateful to the people who gave me the opportunity to come to this country, and to the people, my friends and the other numerous people I met here, who made my stay so very, very worthwhile. jelle Hoekstra Holland I came here to America for the main purpose of experiencing people and myself in a foreign or strange surrounding which was mainly represented by the family and school life. During the year I had the tremendous fortune to live with the McKimmy family who shared much of their life with me. The American school system was of special inter- est for me because it differs in its structure and the way pupils are taught. School seemed to be most of the time a game you play and at the end you get a 'per called diploma. Especially obvious, it was reflected in the way pupils conduct, express, and study. The many activities seem to make school to be ch, much more fun or is it only a matter to escape real academical advancement? Mainly it was a matter of better understanding among the whole dent body. But summing up, I want to say that America in its magnificent differences and still remaining possibilities has impressed me tremendously and rely has opened my conscience with its many faults and its greatness at the same time. Foreign Exchange Students 197 I I 1.Mr.F1'u5her presents Rich Thayer with his trophy. 2. Is Mr. Reed being blinded by rhe cam- era flash or Keith's charm? 3. Mrs. Tribe gives Tammi Stickland the ,2v.N. I i 1 . Crisco award. 4. Muchas gracias, senora. 5. Sophomore Amcricanism test winners Bob Desko receive their award from a tired Mr. Reed, 6. My Miss Kuney, what cold hands you have! 198 Recognitions and Barb Sido Rich Thager wins M, pf? T 2' L i wliiiigif' P ia-lgk x ., AVV, fi E "Voice of Democracy' confesi The annual awards day for Anthony Wayne North was Tuesday, May 20. The assembly was open to all juniors and seniors and those sophomores who had tickets. Mr. Jennings was Master of Ceremonies. Mrs. Bradley presented awards to Peggy Fisher and Sally Witzler in recognition of their four years of service as student librari- ans. Barb Sido won the Latin award for two years of work and Miss Kuney announced Brenda Hughes and Kim Richards outstand- ing Latin club members. Jana Boyer received the Spanish award for the fourth year level from Mrs. Cox. Tammi Strickland won the Crisco award from the Home Ec department. The V.F.W. sponsored "Voice of Democ- racy" essay contest was won by Rich Thayer. His essay was written on the subject of "My Responsibility as a Citizen." Rich read his essay at the Memorial Day ceremony in Watewille. Mr. Frusher from the V.F.W. presented the award. The American Legion sponsored the Americanisrn test for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The winners were sophomores Barb Sido and Bob Desko, juniors Kelly Cichy and Keith Gaspar, and seniors Pat Hill and Dave Plassman. Recognifions 199 1.-Jim Robinson gives Mnjennings a big smile of appre- ciarion, 2. Buckeye Boys' State reps: Matthew Tonjes, jay Agee Rick Michales, Dean Matson. 3. Les Graham awaits departure for Dallas and the Cot- ron Bowl Parade. 4. Buckeye Girls' State reps: Becky Plymale, Val Sido, Kelly Cichy, Amy Albaugh. 5. Mr. Kelly presents Deb Boggs with her DECA trophy, 6. Gregory Rice Memorial winner Chris Walters. 200 Recognitions y .4 4 xi ,s "5-41 -if Oulslanding participants named in band and DECA Once again Anthony Wayne had several students participating in Buckeye Girls' State at Capitol University, Columbus, and Buck- eye Boys' State at Ohio University in Athens, The girls representing Whitehouse were Kelly Cichy and Tina Cirino, from Water- ville, Val Sido and Amy Albaugh, and Becky Plymale from Monclova. Boys' State repre- sentatives from Whitehouse were Rick Mic- hales and Dean Matson, and from Waterville, Matthew Tonjes and jay Agee. Mr. Jennings presented the "I Dare You" awards to Kathie Brahaney and Jim Robin- son. This award is a book which "dares" one to achieve their goals. The recipients are cho- sen by faculty recommendations of their char- acter and leadership. The DECA chapter of Anthony Wayne named Deb Boggs as its outstanding student. Also, at this time, advisor Mr. Kelly and Gary Wiesenberger presented to Mr. Jennings and the school the trophy won in District compe- tition. It was placed in the showcase in the commons. The Outstanding Senior bandsman was trombone player Les Graham. Chris Walters was the winner of the Greg- ory Rice Memorial Award which is given to the person who contributes the most in back- stage work. Y-r. g e-.,,,..j-1' Recogniiions 201 Corporal Billg Jesier wins audience approval 202 Recognifions Mr, Williamson presented the audiences' choices for best theatrical performers of the year. For his part of Corporal Billy Jester in LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE, Todd Wilson received the Best Actor trophy. Best Actress Jenni Baldwin acquired her award for her per- formances as Corrie Bratter in BAREFOOT IN THE PARK and Nancy Twinkle in LIT- TLE MARY SUNSHINE. Little Mary Sun- shine herself, Sue Rose, was Best Supporting Actress. Sue also played Mrs. Banks in BAREFOOT IN THE PARK. Chris Wil- liams was Best Supporting Actor for his role as Captain Jim in LITTLE MARY SUN- SHINE. Jenni Baldwin was named Thespian of the Year. The two recipients of the National Honor Society scholarships were Kitty Morris and Kathy Lowe. These were presented at the luncheon held at Miller's Restaurant. The two Student Council sponsored schol- arships were given to Mary Packer and Rich Thayer. mln 'IJ .nr 4 .ix X. as! ., . Kitty, do you have to sneeze? . Sue Rose accepts her trophy. . Marching to the beat of the drums is Kathy Lowe. . Hi there, sweetie! . Todd "Paul Newman eyes" Wilson was voted Best Artur. 4 I Recognitions 203 1. Tom Mammoser Cfar righrj awaits the 1 pre-game performance of the band. 2. Merit Scholar Dave Plassman. 3. What Greg will do to be rough. 4. Greg Bowman ffar rightj at band practice, 5. Marching at half-time show is Debbie Baxter. 6. Leslie Bertaett ffar righrj was one of the girls from the finishing school. 204 Recognitions -villlpn 0'--uv. -as--wif... "I n Dave Plassman receives Cerlifioafe of Merit from Naiional Merif Scholarship Tesi This year like last, Anthony Wayne had another National Merit Scholarship finalist. Dave Plassman received a Certificate of Merit for his scoring on the test. Greg Everharr was the recipient of the Thespian scholarship. Deb Boggs received a 3150 scholarship from the Distributive Edu- cation club. Leslie Bennett was the winner of the .5100 Choir Parents scholarship. The two Band Boosters scholarships for continuing music education were given to trumpeter Greg Bow- man and clarinet-sax player Tom Mammoser. Rich Thayer was the winner of the Swan- ton Elks Club scholarship and a U.S. Savings Bond from the Maumee Elks Club. The Anthony Wayne Business and Professional Women presented Mary Packer and Debbie Baxter with scholarships. Although not pictured these girls should be recognized: Patti Moser, FFA Queen, Kelly Cichy, wrestling queen, and Terri Longstreet, track queen. 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A new program, Senior take-over, was held first period when all teaching and administrative positions were taken over by seniors. It was an experi- ence for all involved. Senior lunch was held all sixth period in the courtyard. Water balloon fights, tug-of-war, and a potato chip eating contest were the main features. Senior breakfast and commencement practice were Friday morning. The fol- lowing Sunday, june 1, the 1975 class graduated in the Masonic Auditorium. 3. JI .- 'X-,N T? ' 1 Q 'av '3- ,l w vu V. e. . L., L ll l 1 i 4 1. Greg Everharr - president. 2. Leslie Paugh - rreasurer. 5. Tim Bauerschmidt - vice president. 4. Mary Suter - secretary. 5. Homecoming royalty Ann Yonl-tee and Bruce Ponceby. Mary Sue Adams john Russell Agee Richard Lee Albnugh Robert Aleshire Sarah Anne Allen Donald E, Altaffer jamie Lynn Armstrong Jenifer Lynn Baldwin Ricky W. Baldwin Cynthia Lou Ball Seniors 209 Mark LeRoux Bakies David Battin Timothy Mark Bauerschmidt Deborah Kay Baxter Terry A. Beam Leslie Ann Benner: Terry j. Bergfeld Debra Kay Boggs 21 0 Seniors 1. Dedication. 2. Senior spirit-leader Terry Bergfeld. 3. Senior Homecoming reps Lori Peters and Harold Hoof, mors wm Homecommg Spmi Coniesi 1.9. n.. ,,. NW ,r.t.' Y john Bond Gregory Charles Bowman Robert R. Box Jana Kay Boyer Kathicjo Marie Brahaney Gary A. Brcymaicr Diane T. Brown Pamela Kay Brown Seniors 21 I Marilyn jean Brucshabcr Dianna Lynn Brunner Catherine Marie Buchanan Richard Craig Burclo Ronald Eugene Burk Susan D. Burkcrt Cindy Lou Carr Carl W. Carter 21 2 Seniors Marching Generals go lo Col-lon 4 . M V Q 4121! 'iii ,A 'Q X ' iv - X 'Q ks-- iz 7 .' D :- john F, Cartledge Timothy Gerard Chovanec Michael S. Clark janet Marie Cofcr ' Luznn Louise Cope Cathy Cox Stcvc P, Creighton Linda Crcps v-.1 ..,,.-aulf"' 'Nw Brenda Dantuma 1 Ken Fuller looking for a pick-up. 2 Senior bandsmcn ser the pace. . Att 14., Seniors 213 Knuckles. a senior spori --ev-ip Darcic Darrah Roberta Ann Dick Caroline Ann Dicball john G. Dobson jacklyn Anne Drcsscll , Shirley Kay Drew Lynn Marie Dunkelbcrger Teri Enright 214 Seniors Q in iii gifs-1 A' .1 if iw ,,- f 1 1 . 4 r.., .. , f fi'- M .y-,, I3 if 'si I 1 A ,. 137' -,ffl 6 sn , 'I ,gg f--l Ii 'CTEP ff' I vi' 2' K' 2 I.-Ienni Mumma assists fit Open House. 2 2. Chris Williams, sinister hand destroyer. ' 5. Harold psyches himself for the great American pastime, knuckles. Gregory George Everh art Debra E. Fahrer Kathy Fallon Robert joshua Falls Gregory Richard Ferguson Hope Ferguson Peggy Lynn Fisher Beth Fitzsimmons Barry Lee Foltz Byron Ford Seniors 215 Wendy Sue Fowler Dawn Fox Tamara Lynn Fox Timothy E. Fry Kenneth E. Fuller Karen F . Galbraith Sharen S. Galbraith Linda Sue Garber Rebecca Gardner 2 I 6 Seniors Seniors keep dances al Hr:-ff' -Y!-ix 1. I wanna go home. 2, Hey, look ar that chick over there. Sandy Ann Gase jill Annette Gerke Janice Elaine Gerkcn Betty A. Geronimo Jeffery L. Glanz David Edward Good Fred Garry Gochke Leslie Wayne Graham Lindsay Martin Graham Michelle Greer Seniors 217 Lisa E. Haas Pam Hahn Ron Hall Brenclajean Hamic lll Deborah jean Hancock jack W. Hawks,jr. Mark Heamdon Elaine Heckler Kathy A. Heckler 1. Look into my eyes. 2. Sherri Moon getting measured for her halo. 3. Senior theatre veterans .Jenni Bald- win, Sue Rose, john Simpson. 218 Seniors 1 Q53 i S. ml Nw I , . l Dororhyjcan Hcilmann Randy Deen Heilman William Walter Heisingcr Brenda Hendrickson David Hess Sherri Hilcs Patricia Rae Hill Charles I-Iillsberry Seniors 21 9 Kirk W. Hintz john Hoffhcins Harold J. Hoot Dorcnc Kay Ingle Dave joseph Irclan Debra Susan Jacoby Karen Lee-johnson joel W. Kirkwood 220 Seniors w ' n I 4 ers' 1. Come on now, you wouldn't try to put one over on me. 2. "Elton" Sherman. 3. How do you handle ll hungry man? Nancy -1. Lipinski Robert Lee Longnecker Cynthia Ann Lowe Katherine Anne Lowe Susan Ann Macera Thomas Owen Mammoser Linda Marsh Pamela Maulbetsch 222 Seniors Seniors lead winning sporis iea Q.: 3-3 1. Is this where I'm supposed to stand? 2. Oh hell, i:'s Monday! Rob Mayer fv- Sandra Kaye Mayer lnonarcl jay McKimmy Nancy Ann McKinney Pat McSurley Roberta Lee McVicker Szlly jo McWilliams l Bill Meadows Martin Lynn Michael Seniors 223 Debbie Michalcs Susan jean Michalkiewic Charles Randall Miller john David Miller Sherry Moon Lisa Ann Moosman Mang seniors ai-lend Penia Karharinc jeannc Morris Penny Lynn Mortcmorc jennifer Lynn Mumma Becky Myers 224 Seniors Craig Donald Myers Philip Allan Nesslc Mary E. O'Donnell Earl Floyd Owens Mary M. Packer hflichael Robert Parsil Lesliejoycc Paugh Mark Pederson W5 1 Y A. -aggf i i 7,1-hw nk'-,4,'-NN. .,.r qui. K . -pg Q-ft Les Raymond Perry 1 Duh what's my name? 2 Pcnra student Cindy Carr. -5. 1 Seniors 225 Vicki Lynn Perry Dori Peters Kathy Phillips Nancy jane Pierce David Alan Plassman jack William Polkcr Bruce Smart Ponccby Annctrc jay Ponron 226 Seniors l "iff " - , .X . : l I . 1 1 f Al Ax .7 W I 1 A 1 JM .--. i i lla, ., 2. 1 , vi, ,-1 I fl. ' ia" E U . i .Lu ArIen's magic shows add zest io I P ' ' ' 'SP- - 'kc iii," ,' Q I l t 3 I ,,,,. .gn-t ,4-P' We QW? 1. Leonard and Buncie served the basketball team. 2. Well, at least it's better than an A W cafeteria lunchwlohn. 5 Pat Hill lunches with friend. I Charles Matthew Reirl ' Marianne L. Ritenour Smart Roberts james Craig Robinson Patrick joseph Rohen Susan Elizabeth Rose Linda Lee Roser Suzy Sambcrg Debbi Ann Saylor Seniors 227 Sue Ann Schifferly Del Schlagheck Dave Howard Scott Kimberly Senccnbaugh Susanne Shadle julie Ann Shepard Mike john Sherman Mark R. Silcox 228 Seniors iN PR The rouiine drags li 9,1 gg -at n 'G 4 11 A qu - - - 6111 fir r ,qs 1. How long must l go through this torture? 2, Has anybody seen Mr. Briggs? Sheldrick. ll ii 3. Pam Maulbetsch gets an absence slip from Mrs. Terry Lee Simon john Dorman Simpson Christiane Skiver Gary Wayne Skrypec Cathleen L. Smith Eric Bucher Smith john William Smith Karen Suzanne Smith Seniors 229 ,Joanne Snyder Roger Snyder Rich Spillis S. Robert Spooner .5 1 rg- y 'I FIV' Kenneth Stacble jeffrey Dean Stafford I E F.. George Stevens ' Herb Stiles Timothy G. Story jerry L. Strain .-sq, L.:- is 1. Dave Hess is both a cross country and track run ner. + . . ar- 2. Robert Falls pursues hrs chosen vocatxon at Penta. ' ' ff A R .-'of' S - W g+"'.,,h:,. . , .uufF"jrf.I-AL. .-+""f..zf2?:'z1 230 Seniors uv, 4C!""F' ,, I Ls an .gif " 1 I Tim Strayer Tamie Regina Strickland Mary Lynn Surcr Philip R. Taber Laurie Ann Taylor Tracy Teadcrman Rich L. Tecr Richard G. Thayer Mike L. Thcbcau Richard Russell Thcbeau Seniors 231 Deborah Thompson Dan Thurston John Dennis Tibbcrs Arlen Gene Tipping Cathy ,Io Triggs Fred C. Trippe Karen jean Trumbull Alan C. Tumer Sheryl Lynn Ullrich june Urz 232 Seniors r Q :eg - Senior week climax ol' gear ,7"'F?l wg l A, 1.91, kf' it ! la- Karen Vargovich Rainer Gerhard Wahnbaeck Kristine Walbolt Christine Ann Walters Deborah Jayne Walters Robyn Watson Richard Westfall Gregory E. Whcating Kelly White Seniors 233 Dennis Howard Wiksrrom Christopher Paul Williams Cynthia Lee Williams Howard Williams Judy Williams The end is near A -'S Cynthia Marie Williamson William Todd Wilson Constance Anne Winslow Brian Evans Winzelcr 234 Seniors .-1 l, 'fly gy! 1 x ,X- X N ...Q fd aff' Zi' -ii-1 lf' 'U11 1. .sis l 1. Chris Walbolr gazes into the future. 2. Andy Zirzer and Tim Bauerschmidt spent skip day camping, Sally Ann Wise Sally Witzler Michael G. Wolfe Larry Dean Woods jeff Wright Heidi Layne Wyse Ann Yonkee Deborah Lynn Zch janet Ellen Ziegler Andrew William Zitzer Seniors 235 Graduaiion is here Two hundred and fifty-seven Anthony Wayne High School seniors went through the line and received their diplomas. Once again the services were held at the Masonic Auditorium with a capacity crowd. The Anthony Wayne Instrumental Depart- ment, under the direction of Robert L. Shoe- maker, played music for the processional and the recessional. Participants in the program included Cathy Smith, Welcomeg Mary Suter, Invocationg David Good and Rich Thayer, class address, "I Am Not Afraid of Tomorrow"g George Don- nelly, Scholarships and Awardsg,,Iarnes'gPease, Presentation of Penta County Seniors, Thomas Jennings, Presentation of Senior Classg Kenneth Conklin and Roy Williamson, Presentation of Diplomasg Greg Everhart, Presentation of Class Gift, and ,Ieni Baldwin, Benediction. Also in the program was a guitar and vocal number per- formed by Kelly White andjeff Wright. i 236 Graduation 1 1. Talking to friends and taking pictures took up most of the pre-graduation time. 2, john Bond and janet Cofer head coward their seats. 4 5 w 3. Mr. Donnelly presenting Greg Bowman with a band scholarship. 4. Annette Pontion and Karen Smith reiilize that graduation is only a few minutes away. 5. The Class of 1975 - some serious, some not, 6. Commencement Chairperson Kathy Heckler receives her diploma. 7. Student body president Cathy Smith welcomes the crowd, 8. Once you get the diploma it is all over - or is it? 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H D -I DEX 9 Seniors ADAMS, MARY SUE Concert Band 1, 2, Marching Band 1, 2, OEA 3, 4. p. 209 AGEEJOHN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, NHS 3, 4. p. 44, 64, 80, 82, 124, 209 ALBAUGH, RICHARD Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. p. 10, 25, 27, 44, 54, 57, 64, 65, 72, 74, 123, 124, 209 ALESHIRE, ROBERT P' 209 ALLEN, SARAH Student Council 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Antonians 4. p. 122, 123, 209 ALTAFFER, DONALD fPhredCl0J Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4,jungle Band 4. p.6,103, 104, 107, 209 ARMSTRONGHIAMIE Bowling 3, 4, Concert Choir 2, 3,-I.A. 3. p. 114, 209 ARNER, KIM Dispatch 2, 3, Antonians 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4. p. 7 BALDWINJENIFER fFreakyJ French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Antonians 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4. p. 18, 32, 33, 34, 35, 40, 110, 123, 209, 218 BALDWIN, RICKY p, 209 BALL, CYNTHIA CBallsl FHA 1, 2, 31 HERO 3, 4. P. 209 BAKIES, MARK DECA 4. p. 210, 233 BATTIN, DAVID p. 13, 210 BAUERSCHMIDT, TIM Cross Country 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Antonians 1, 2, 3,4,Thespiar1s 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Trailblazer 3, 4 feditorj, Student Council 3, 4. p. 44, 110, 122, 123, 124, 125, 132, 208, 210, 235, 271 BAXTER, DEBBIE Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 1, NHS 3, 4. p. 47, 85, 87, 89, 103, 104, 107, 111, 120, 124, 205, 210 BEAM, TERRY fBcamoj FFA 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. p. 13,2'7,54, 130,210,271 BENNETT, LESLIE Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, Antonians 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, NHS 4. P. 98,124,121 204, 210, 224 BERGFELD, TERRY Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 3, 53, 210 BOGGS, DEB GAA 3, NHS 3, 4, DECA 4. p. 117, 124, 201, 210 BOLLEYMIEFFREY CBogartJ FFA. BOND,jOHN 240 Index p. 211, 237 BOWMAN, GREG Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 1, 2, 4. p. 45, 103, 104, 106, 107, 204, 211, 237 BOX, BOB Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, MATC 3, 4, Choir 1. p. 6, 29, 51, 53, 80, 82, 122, 123, 211, 271 BOYER,-IANA Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, Library Club 3. p. 10,IO3,104,107, 199,211 BRAHANEY, KATHIE Latin Club 4, Girls' Bowling 4, Girls' s6f1ba114, NHS 4. p. 124,211 BREYMAIER, GARY Cross Country 1, Wrestling 2. p. 211 BROWN, DIANE CWOOdSJ Band 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 103,104,211 BROWN, PAM Cheerleader 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3. p. 2,84, 109, 111, 120,211 BRUESHABER, MARILYN fBn1iserJ Girls' Glee 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. p. 212 BRUNNER, DIANNA qneey Track 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, VICA 3,4, Student Council 3, 4. p. 212 BUCHANAN, CATHY VICA 3, 4, Bowling 3. p. 212 BURDO, RICHARD Student Council 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 19, 26, 54, 98, 212 BURK, RONALD VICA 4. p. 212 BUCKERT, SUSAN fSuzJ Latin Club 1, 2, HERO 4, FHA 1. p. 212 CARR, CINDY fBoopsieJ Dispatch 2, OEA 3, 4, Student Council 4. p. 212, 225 CARTER, CARL fC.C. Cameroj Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2, VICA 3, 4, Student Council 3. p. 212 CARTLEDGEJOHN Football 1. p. 213 CHOVANEC, TIM Choir 1, 2, 3, FFA 3, 4. p. 213 CLARK, MICHAEL VICA 3, 4. p. 213 COFERBIANET Girls' Track 1, DECA 4. p. 213, 237 COPE, LUANN fElsie5 FHA 1, 2, HERO 5,4, GAA 1, 2. p. 213 COX, CATHY p. 213 CREIGHTON, STEVE Football 1, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, NHS 4, MATC 4, Spanish Club 1. p. 54, 124, 130,213 CREPS, LINDA p, 213 DANTUMA, BRENDA p. 213 DARRAH, DARCIE p. 214 DICK, ROBERTA CBertj Volleyball 1, GAA 2, VICA 3, 4. p. 214 DIEBALL, CAROLINE fCharliel HERO 3, 4. . p. 214 DISHER, BONNIE fDishJ Glee Club 1, OEA 3, 4. DOBSONJOHN fHenryJ p. 214 DRESSELLJACKLYN Uarky Cheerleader 1, 3, GAA 1, 2, 4, Antonians 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Bowling 1, Student Council 1, 4. p. 43, 214 DREW, SHIRLEY Bowling 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. p.109,114,126,214 DUNKELBERGER, LYNN Spanish Club 1, 2, HERO 3, 4, Student Council 3. p. 214 ENRIGHT, TERI p. 214 ERRETTJACK ERRETT,-IULIE p. 127 ESTEP, GEORGIA EVERHART, GREG Student Council 1, Cross Country 2,4 Basketball 2. p. 40,44, 125, 204, 208, 215 FAHRER, DEBBIE HERO 3, 4. p. 215 FALLON, KATTIY p. 127, 215 FALLS, ROBERT Track 1, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. p. 215, 231 FERGUSON, GREG qrergyp FFA 4. p. 129, 215 FERGUSON, HOPE p. 215 FISHER, PEGGY GAA 2, 3, Volleyball 3, Bowling 4. p. 46, 114, 126, 215 FITZSIMMONS, BETH p. 117, 215 FOLTZ, BARRY QRockj Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, MATC 3, 4. p. 54, 69, 70, 98, 215 FORD, BYRON p. 215 FOWLER, WENDY OEA 3, 4. p. 216 Fox, DAWN p. 216 FOX, TAMARA Bowling 1, DECA 4. p. 216 FRY, TIM Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 3, 4, Varsity Band 2, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4. p.45,103, 104,106, 107,216 EUJITA, TADASHI Uapy Exchange Student 4, Football 4, Wrestling 4, Track 4. p. 58, 71, 82, 196 FULLER, KEN Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, Track 2, Stage Band 3, 4. p.45,103, 104, 106,212,216 GALBRA1TH, KAREN 1Waddlesy Pep Club 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, OEA 3,4, Student Council 4. p. 216 GALBRAITH, SHAREN FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee1,DECA 4. p. 118, 216 GARBER, LINDA Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2. p.41,98, 123,216 GARDNER, REBECCA p. 216 GASE, SANDY Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Girls' Glee 1, GAA 2, 3, Track 3, 4. p. 4, 8, 47, 87, 111, 217 GERKE,jILL fBeanj Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3,45 Bowling 1, Antonian 1, 2, 3,4, Cheerleader 2, 3, NHS 4. p. 125, 217 GERKEN,-JANICE fTurkeyl HERO 3, 4. p. 217 GERONIMO, BETTY fChiefj OEA 3, 4. p. 217 GLANZ,-IEFFERY CRicoj Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. p. 53, 73, 74, 217 GOOD, DAVID Football 1, Track 1, HERO 3, 4. p. 217 GOTHKE, FRED Football 1, Baseball 2, Track 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2. p. 15,64, 82, 217 GRAHAM, LESLIE fBig Lesh Basketball 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 4, FFA 4. p. 103,104, 106,201,217 GRAHAM, LINDSAY Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball lgjungle Band 4. p. 103, 104, 107, 129,217 GREER, MICHELLE p. 217 HAAS, LISA fFriedaj Student Council 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Antonians 1, 2, Girls' Glee 1. p. 17, 218 HAHN, PAM p. 218 HALL, RON p. 218 HAMIC, BRENDA Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. p. 109, 111, 124, 218 HANCOCK, DEBBIE GAA 1, 2, FHA 2, Volleyball 2. p. 127, 218, 223 HAWKS,jACK Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 4, VICA 3, 4, FFA 2. p. 54, 218 HAYESJACK FFA 4. HEARNDON, MARK Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, MATC 3, 4, Antonians 4. p. 16, 54, 82, 83, 128, 130, 218, 229, 271 HECKLER, ELAINE p. 103, 104, 107,218 HECKLER, KATHY Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 35 NHS 3, 4. p.103.104, 218, 237, 271 ILMANN, DOROTHY Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 4. p. 2, 103, 104,107, 219 ILMAN, RANDY fArchie, PDQ-I Football 1, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 45 MATC 4. p. 54, 74, 219 ISINGER, WILLIAM 1B1IIy1 Football 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Concert Choir 2, 45 Student Council 3. p. 219 NDRICKSON, BRENDA p. 219 SS, DAVID Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 51, 55, 80, 82, 219, 230 LES, SHERRI p. 103, 104, 106, 219 LL, PAT Volleyball 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 45 Antonians 25 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Student Council 2. P. 84, 85, 86, 98,12O, 127, 219, 226 LLSBERRY, CHARLES p. 219 NTZ, KIRK CCrashj VICA 3, 4. p. 220 ,EKSTRAJELLE Exchange Student 45 Concert Choir 4 French Club 45 Latin Club 4. p. 98, 111, 197 FFHEINSJOHN p. 220 OT, HAROLD fFreak, Hall Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 MATC 3, 4. p. 28, 55, 82, 83, 116, 125, 130, 210, 215, 220 TCHINSON, MARK fHutchJ FFA 2. p. 221 TCHINSON, MICHAEL GLE, DORENE fDink3 VICA 4. p. 220 ELAN, DAVE Cross Country 3. p. 220 COBY, DEBRA 0.15.1 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FFA 4. p. 127, 220 HNSON, KAREN GAA 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3. p. 4, 43, 87, 88, 127, 220 RKWOOD, JOEL fDanJ Football 1, 35 Mixed Chonas 15 Track 15 Wrestling 25 Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. P. 58, 85, 98, 126, 130, 220 STNER, RICK DECA 4 p. 117, 224 INIS, CHRIS Basketball 25 DECA 4. MISAREK, DARLA DECA 4. p. 117 UDING, TIM Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 25 Track I VICA 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4. p. 221 Orr, SARAH p. 221 NGELLJULIE Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 4. p. 103, 104,106,107,221 LARSON, KARLA p, 221 LEE, HERMAN fHillbilly1 VICA 3, 45 Student Council 1. p. 221 LEESE, RENE fRunj JA 1,25 VICA 5, 4. p. 221 LEWIS, DEBORAH VICA 5, 4, Bowling 4. p. 221 LEWIS, DIANNE Bowling 5, 4, VICA 5, 4. p. 221 LINTER, LYNN p. 221 LIPINSKI, NANCY HERO 3, 4. p. 222 LONGNECKER, ROBERT Uavngpeckerj Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 4, 6, 8, 16, 54, 70, 119, 130, 222 LOWE, CINDY CSifJ OEA 3, 4. p. 222 LOVVE, KATHERINE fKathey Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Concen Band 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 Mixed Chorus 1. p.103,104,107,111,124,202,222 MACERA, SUSAN QSusieJ Cheerleader 1, 25 GAA 4. p. 222 MAMMOSER, THOMAS Marching Band 3, 45 Stage Band 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 3, 45 NHS 3, 4. p, 105, 104, 106, 107, 124,204,222 MARSH, LINDA Science Club 1, 25 Girls' Glee 15 Student Council 1, 45 Antonians 2, 3. p.46, 125,222 MAULBETSCH, PAMELA p. 6, 222, 229 MAYER, ROB p. 223 MAYER, SANDRA qsandiy Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 4 NHS 3, 45 Concert Choir 2, 35 Girls' Glee 1. p. 109, 124, 223 MCKIMMY, LEONARD Track 1, Manager 25 Football Manager 2, 3, 45 Bowling 15 MATC 2, 3, 45 VICA 3, 4. p. 58, 223, 226 MCKINNEY, NANCY DECA 4. p. 117, 223 McSU'RLEY, PAT p. 223 MCVICKER, ROBERTA CBertj Latin Club 1, 25 DECA 4. p. II7, 223 McWILLIAMS, SALLY CMacJ GAA 15 Varsity Band 1, 25 Girls' Basketball 15 French Club 15 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Library Club 3. P. 103, 104, 107, 223, 224 MEADOWS, BILL Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35V1CA 4. p. 223 MICHAEL, MARTIN Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 25 FFA 45 MATC 4. p. 54, 150, 225 MICHALES, DEBBIE p. 117, 224 MICHALKIEWIC, SUSAN Choir 25 OEA 3, 4. p. 224 MILLER, CHARLES fCl'1ucklesJ Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 103, 104, 107,224 MILLER, JOHN 0661 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 15 VICA 4. p. 224, 226 MOLINA, ABEL p. 117 MOON, SHERRY p. 219, 224 MOOSMAN, LISA Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 4. p.8, 17, 105, 104, 107,127,224 MORRIS, KATHERINE fKittyj Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 NHS 45 Buckeye Girls' State 3. P. 37, 45,105,104,1o7,111,124, 202, 216,224 MORTEMORE, PENNY Bancl15OEA 5, 4. p. 224 MUMMA, JENNIFER Umm FTA 15 Antonians 2, 45 Pep Club 25 GAA 25 Thespians 4. p. 122, 123, 214,224 MUNOZ, MARIA fStelIaj Exchange Student 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Choir 45 Spanish Club 45 Bowling 4, EI-IA 4. P. 85, 98, 109,l14,118, 120,196 MYERS, BECKY p. 224 MYERS, CRAIG Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 1,25 Basketball 15 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 25 DECA 4. p.98, 117,225 NESSLE, PHIL Band 1, 25 Concert Choir 1, 25 VICA 3, 4. p. 225 O'DONNELL, MARY Concert Choir 1, 2, 3,-45 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 French Club 1, 25 Antonians 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespian 3, 45 Student Council 3. p. 9,98, 123, 225 OWENS, EARL VICA 3, 4. p. 225 PACKER, MARY NHS 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Buckeye Girls' State 3. p. 103, 104,111, 124, 225 PARSIL, MICHAEL Football 15 Wrestling 25 Baseball 25 VICA 3, 4. p. 225 PAUGI-I, LESLIE CDoodlebugJ Concert Choir 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Dispatch 15 French Club 4. P. 10, 208, 219, 225 PEDERSON, MARK p. 5, 61, 78, 225 PERRY, LES Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Manager 15 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. p.103, 104,211 PERRY, VICKI fairy GAA 1, 2, OEA 5, 4. p. 46,226 PETERS, LORI Band 1, 25 Girls' Track 1, 25 Choir 2, 35 Dispatch 3, 4 feditorj5 NHS 35 Student Council 45 DECA 4. p. 28, 50, 31, 117, 124, 125, 131, 210, 226 PHILLIPS, KATHY p. 226 PIERCE, NANCY fMitziJ Pep Club 15 GAA 1, 25 Girls' Track 25 Antonians 2, 35 OEA 45 COE 4. p. 226 PLASSMAN, DAVID CFred1 Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Golf 3, 45 Chess Club 45 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 35 Antonians 25 NHS 3, 45 Varsity Band 1, 2, 35 Buckeye Boys' State 3. P. 5, 45, 61, 110, 116, 205, 226 POLKER,-JACK Tennis 15 Basketball 35 NHS 4. p. 124, 226 PONCEBY, BRUCE fPoncej Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 25 Golf 2. p. 23, 25, 28, 30, 69, 70, 209, 226 PONTON, ANNETTE GAA 25 VICA 3, 45 Student Council 4. p. 226, 236 RANVILLE, ROBBIN DECA 4. p. 117 REID, CHARLES Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 4. p. 105, 104, 107,227 KSNYDERQ RITENOLIR, MARIANNE p. 227 ROBERTS, STUART p. 78, 79, 131, 227 ROBINSON, JAMES Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 4. p.7,64,74, 124,201,227 ROHEN, PATRICK CKing Honkyj Football 2, Manager 3, 45 Track 2, Trainer 3, 45 MATC 3, 45 Basketball Trainer 45 Library Club 3. p. 9, 58, 64, 126, 150, 227 ROSE, SUSAN CSuey Spanish Club 1, 25 Antonians 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Track 25 Student Council 1, 3, 4. p. 18, 32, 38, 40, 41, 43, 44, 98,123, 125, 203, 218, 227 ROSER, LINDA NHS 4. p. 227 SAMBERG, SUZY p. 227 SAYLOR, DEBBI qropeycy HERO 4. p. 227 SCHIFFERLY, SUE fSugar1 OEA 3, 4. p. 228 SCHLAGHECK, DEL p. 228 SCOTT, DAVE CDuke1 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 64, 214, 228, 271 SENCENBAUGH, KIMBERLY p. 228 SHADLE, SUSANNE GAA 15 Girls' Glee 15 Concert Choir 2, 35 Library Club 1, 25 Antonians 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. p. 109, 127, 228, 236 SHEPARD,-IULIE GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Track 15 Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4. p. 84, 120, 129,228 SHERMAN, MIKE fLipsl Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Index 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. p. 16, 19, 28, 47, 54, 63, 64, 65, 74, 116, 217, 220,228 SILCOX, MARK Student Council 1, 2, Golf 1, Bowling 1, VICA 3, 4. p. 228 SIMON, TERRY fBarenceD Basketball 1, 2, Football Manager 1, VICA 3, 4. p. 229 SIMPSONJOHN Cross Country 1, 2, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, Antonians 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Buckeye Boys' State 3. P. 5, 33,1lO,122,123, 218, 229, 271 SKIVER, CHRISTIANE fChrisj Student Council 4, NHS 3, 4, Cheerleader 4. P. 9, 19, 26, 90, 124, 125, 229 SKRYPEC, GARY VICA 3, 4, Srudent Council 4. p. 229 SMITH, CATHLEEN CCarhyJ Choir 1, Antonian 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, Girls' Volleyball 3. p. 44, 125, 229, 237 SMITH, ERIC Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 4. P. 44,103,I04,106,107, 229 SMITH,jOHN VICA 4. p. 229 SMIT1-I,jOSEPH Wrestling 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. p. 54, 98 SMITH, KAREN VICA 3, 4, Student Council 3. p. 229, 236 SNYDERLIOANNE p. 230 SNYDER, ROGER p. 103, 104, 111,216,230 SPILLIS, RICH p. 230 SPONNER, ROBERT Chess Club 2, 3, 4. p. 116, 230 STAEBLE, KENNETH ,Russ Deloncaj Dispatch 3, 4. p. 5, 131, 230 STAFFORD, JEFFREY Bowling 2, 3, 4. p. 5, 78, 230 STEVENS, GEORGE CPorgieJ Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 4, Student Council 1, Antonians 2, 3, FFA 4, MATC 4. p. 10, 54, 56, 82, 129,230 STILES, HERB p. 17,54, 129, 130,228,230 STORY, TIM Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Library Club 1, 3. p. 124, 230, 271 STRAINJERRY Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, FFA 1, 2, 4. p. 230 ST RAYER, TIM p. 45, 64, 231 STRICKLAND, TAMIE Pep Club 1, 2, FHA 2, 3, 4. p.11S,127,199,231 SUTER, MARY . Girls' Track 1, 2, FTA 1, Spanish 242 Index Club 1, Girls' Basketball 2, 4, Girls' Volleyball 4. p. 17, 44, 84, 85, 125, 208, 222, 231 TABER, PHIL Cross Country 1, 2, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, The Group 4, Quiz Bowl 4. p. 36, 50, 53, 76, 112, 121, 126 TAYLOR, LAURIE Girls' Track 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, GAA 2, VICA 3, 4. p. 231 TEADERMAN, TRACY p. 231 TEET, RICH Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2. p. 128, 231 THAYER, RICHARD Football 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, Dispatch 3, 4 feditorj, The Group 4, Bowling 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, NHS 3, 4. p.40,79,112,116,124,131,198,231 THEBEAU, MIKE CT-bonej FFA 2, 3, 4. p. 231 THEBEAU, RICHARD fRichj FFA 2, 3, 4. p. 231 THOMPSON, DEBORAH p. 232 THURSTON, DAN p. 232 TIBBETSKJOHN Uackj Football I, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, MATC 3, 4. p. 54, 130,232 TILLEYHIEAN TIPPLING, ARLEN fBuncieJ Baseball 1, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Dispatch 4. p. 64, 119, 130, 226, 232 TRIGGS, CATHY OEA 3, 4. P. 232 TRIPPE, FRED Choir 1, 2, Antonians 3, 4, p. 123, 232 TRUMBULL, KAREN VICA 3, 4, Student Council 4. p. 232 TURNER, ALAN Track 1, Baseball 2, VICA 3, 4. p. 232 ULLRICH, SHERYL Varsity Band 1, Marching Band 1, Mixed Choms 1, Concert Choir 2, 3, Bowling 4. p. 114, 232 UTZHJANE p, 232 VARGOVICH, KAREN p. 233 WAHNBAECK, RAINER Spanish Club 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 4, Basketball 2, Antonians 2, 3, 4, Varsity Band 3, Thespians 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. p.45, 103, IO4,107,123, 124, 233 WALBOLT, KRISTINE p. 47, 233, 234 WALTERS, CHRISTINE Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Antonians 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4. p. 35, 41, 103, 104, 123, 201, 233 WALTERS, DEBORAH GAA 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, OEA 3, DECA 4. p. 233 WATSON, ROBYN p. 233 WAUFORD, BRENDA fBrandyJ VICA 3. WEBER, TOM Exchange Student 4, Marching Band 4, Varsity Band 4, NHS 4. p. 36, 39, 46, 103, 104, 124 WESTFA LL, RICHARD p. 233 WHEATING, GREG Football Trainer 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Trainer 3, 4, MATC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. p. 58, 70, 126, 130, 233 WHITE, KELLY Spanish Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Student Council 1, 2. p. 15,44, 54, 62, 64, 65, 233 WIKSTROM, DENNIS CWickj VICA 3, 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2. p. 234 WILLIAMS, CHRIS Tennis 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Antonians 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3. P. 33, 37, 41,1Z3,I24,125, 203, 214, 234, 271 WILLIAMS, CINDY Spanish Club 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Trailblazer 4. p. 6, 19, 44, 90, 132, 133, 234 WILLIAMS, HOWARD p. 234 WILLIAMSJUDY p. 234 WILLIAMSON, CINDY Latin Club 2, Student Council 4, OEA 4, COE 4. p. 234 WILSON, TODD Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Trap Shooters 1. P. 40, 54, 74, 123, 125, 128, 203, 234 WINSLOW, CONSTANCE Matching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 1, 2, p.8,43, 103, 104, 107, 127,234 WINZELER, BRIAN Baseball 1, Student Council 1. p. 234 WISE, SALLY Cheerleader 1, Spanish Club 1, OEA 3, 4, Srudent Council 4. p. 235 WITZLER, SALLY Antonians 1, French Club 1, 2, Girls' Track 2, p. 126, 235 WOLFE, MICHAEL flviikeyj Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. p. 7, 79, 235 WOODS, LARRY fWoodsyJ DECA 4. p. 235 WRIGHTJEFF p. 54, 72, 74, 235 WYSE, HEIDI GAA 1, 2, 3, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, Girls' Volleyball 2, Bowling 3, Girls' Track 2. p. 235 YONKEE, ANN P. 23, 25, 28, 30, 47, 84, 85, 87, 89, 120, 124, 125, 209, 220, 235 ZEH, DEBBIE FHA 2. p. 235 ZIEGLERJANET GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4, FFA 4, Choir 3, 4. 1 p. 14, 84, 85, 87, 88, 98, 120,235 z1TzER, ANDY mifkofyy Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. p. 54, 73, 74, 235, 271 Juniors A-826.127 p. 78, 183, 200 Ageehlennifer p. 10, 98, 99, 183 Albaugh, Amy p. l3,9O, 114, 126, 183,200 Allen,julie p.47,114,117,183, 186 Allion, Karen p. 16, 98, 103, 114, 122, 123 Altaffet, Sue p. 183 Andrew, jim p. 126, 183 Ayers, Melinda p.11,85,90,114,120,124,183 Ballard, Dave p. 78, 79, l22,123,126,183 Bank, William p. 183 Barry, David P. 38, 103, 109,183 Baughman, David Becker, David p. 115, 183 Beebe, Donald p. 183 Belcher, Frank p. 79.98, 110, 183 Bialecki, Teresa p. 183 Bierbaum, Bonnie P- 90,114,124,125,l83 Bierbaum, Rick P. 54, 58, 110,183 Boehk, Doug p. 47, 76, 77, 129, 183 Boehm, .Ioan p. 103, 107,124,183 Botek, Pam p. 47, 84, 114, 122, 127,183 Bowers, Carrie p. 127, 183 Brown,jill P. 42,98, 123,l25,184,189 Bruce, Louis p.75,117, 184 Bucher, Ken p. 82, 184 Bungarda, Connie p. 46, 98, 103, 184 Bush,.Ioe p.76,111,122,123,184 Bussdieker,-Jerry p. 54, 58, 184 Butler, Eric Butler, Rex p. 13, 184 Capdeville, Lori p. 184 Cheski, Chris p. 184 Childers, Chris P. 9O,9B,122,123,125,127,184 Cichy, Kelly p.44, 109, Ill, 112, 121, 124, 130, 132 184,200 Cirino, Tina p. 36, 47, 60, 61, 109, 111, 112, 113, 124,127, 131, 184 Cochran, Tim p. 98, 184 Cook, Molly p. 127, 184 Cowden, Ed p.64,119,13O,184 x,-Iulie p. 98, 114 ean, David p. 79, 98, 184 laney, Kathy p. 103, 184 ick, Mary p. 84, 85, 87, 120, 184 bson, Ed ge, Scott p. 184 hr,june p. 127, 184 unkelberger, Becky p. 111, 185 ret, Kim p. 85, 86, 103, 107, 120, 124, erhart,-Janet p.87,124,185 th, Tom P. 54, 58, 98,13O, 185 tter, Matthew p. 51, 52, 53, 80, 82, 185 oyd, Barb p. 124, 126, 185 lbraith,,Ioni p. 29, 185 lus, Candy p.Z9,114,126,l85,186 spar, Keith p. 52, 33, 47, 54, 98,111,112 184, 185, 198 rken, Mark 'lbert, Sheron p. 14, 29, 114, 185 'll,jim p. 185 itter,,Ioette 185, 188 ,122, 151, p. 18, 37, 87,9B, 122, 123, 124, 126, 185 dard, Pam p, 185 rsuch,jacque p.103,127,185 as, Nanette p.105, 106,111,185 ll, Laurie p.44,105,125,l85, 186,187 rdesty, Alice p, 118, 127, 185 ckler, Amy p. 185 fflinger, Craig p. 185 imrich, Sharon p. 185 rtzfeld, Theresa p. 103, 127, 185 'lfinger, Neil p. 64, 75, 186 rtz, Dave P-54,76,110,122,126,186 obs, Mark p. 29,105, 107,11l, 129,186 ry, Linda p. 98, 124, 127, 186 menca, Paul p. 186, 188 inis, Karen hler, Sue p. 114 onckc, Kathy p. 28, 30, 31, 114, 183, 186 eger, Mary p,44,98,109,127,132,153, Bine, Michelle p. 46,64,98, 130, 186 ndon, Sonia p. 117, 186 e, Elden p. 58, 98, 124, 126, 130, 186 dke, Nancy 185, 186 p. 186 Loehrke, Eric p. 54, 75, 186 Long,janet p. 186 Longstreet, Terri p.103, 106,127,186 Mackaren, Tamara P.54,114,117,122,123.186 lv1cKimmy, Laura p. 103, 107, 111, 186,188 Martinez, Irene p. 84, 86 Matson, Dean p. 110, 186,200 Meadows, Mike p. 54, 70, 73, 74, 129, 183, 187 Meeker, Melissa p. 84, 85, 87, 120, 124, 187 Michales, Rick p. 63, 64, 187,200 Moeckel, Mark p. 10, 44, 123, 187 Monroqjennifer p. 103. 126, 187 Montion, Holly p. 111, 187 Montion, Scott p. 117, 187 Moran, Linda p.103, 108,125,187 Morganhlames p. 45.98, 105. 106, 107, 187, 188 Mortemore, Donald Moser, Patricia p.13,111,1l4,122,127,182,187 Nicholson, Kathleen p.98,103,111,126,187 Niles, Tim p. 76, 77, 187 Noell, Darlene p. 117, 187 Noggle, Kim p. 187 Owens, Lorri p. 103, 187 Patton, Cindy p.35,98,114,122,125,182,187 Peace, Ricky Pinglc, Lynne p.98,114,117,125,127,187, 189 Plocek, Kim p. 114, 126, 186,187, 189 Plymale, Rebecca p. 44, 98, 99,103,109,125,124,126, 187, 200 Priest, Kimberly p.46,109, 114,187 Reach, Russell p. 37, 38, 112, 123, 131, 187 Ream, Cheryl p. 188 Rinestine, Nancy p. 4, 103, 106, 107, 111, 124, 188 Ritenour, Christine 15.98, 123, 184, 188 Ritenour,jim Rohen, Paul P.29,105, 106, 107, 129, 188 Rudolph, Kim p. 28, 61, 66, 76, 77, 98, 183,188 Russell, Martha p. 188 Sautter, Dawn p.98,110,114,125, 188 Savage, Charlene p. 118, 126,188 Schnitkey, Beth p.117,118,126,l85,1B8 Shilling, Paul p. 188 Sido, Valerie p. 103, 107, 111, 124, 188, 200 Slee, Robert p.60,61, 111,116,121, 13 Smith, Dave p. 188 Smith,janet p.111, 126,188 Smith, Kim p. 126, 188 Smith, Mike p. 76, 188 Snyder, Ron p. 36, 117, 188 Stokes, Laurie p. 111, 114,124,188 Sutberry, Lori p. 6, 91, 132, 133, 185, 188 Suter, Tim p. 27, 54, 71,82, 83, 98, 12 Szalkowski, Luann p. 189 Talburt, Brian p. 189 Tebbe, Marie p. 189 Tenhundfeld, Glenn p. 46, 189 Tonjes, Matthew p, 12,101 117, 189,200 Ulmer, Dean p. 76, 77,98, 125, 189 Utz, Patti p. 103, 127, 189 Wardell, Kathy p. 103, 107, 189 Warner, Mike p. 74, 189 Welborn, Todd p.76,103.107,110, 189 Wittes, Brian p. 189 Wood, Francis p. 82, 189 Woodland, Drenda p.98,103,123,189 Worline, Luke p. 44, 54, 64, 81, 82, 83, 18 Yeack, Bill p.47,103,107,124,189 Zalewski, Cecelia 1, 188 5. 7, 189 182, 188 p. 84, 85, 110, 111, 120, 127, 187, 189 Zempel, Elizabeth p. 36, 39, 46, 110, 122, 123, 124, 132, 133, 186, 189 Ziegler, Sandra p. 58,98,109,120,123,126,130,131, 189 Penia Counig Adams, Patricia p. 190 Allman, Wanda p. 190 Armitage, Keith p. 190 Arnold, Fred Bailey, Mike p. 190 Bailey, louise p. 45, 190 Baker,-Iim P. 190 Bergfeld,-jim p. 190 Black, Clayton p. 190 Bostelman, Lucinda p. 190 Bmnner, Dale p. 190 Bryan, Gary Pr 190 Cease, Catherine Clark, Cathy p, 89, 190 Cooper, Pamela p. 190 Corrothets, john p. 190 Desko, William Dickerson, Glenda Pr 190 Dixon,-Iohn P- 190 Durfey, Pam p. 190 Echler, Edwin p. 190 Estep, Debbie p, 190 Estep, Denise P' 190 Estep, George p. 190 Estep, Harold p, 190 Fall, Marty p. 190 Farlie, Dexter p. 190 Fingerle, Allen p. 190 Flores, Arnold p. 190 Fuller, Pam p. 190 Gerken, Amy p. 190 Giblin, Liesa p. 190 Gower, Bill p. 190 Grzegorzewski, Sandy p. 191 Griffin, Larry p. 191 Griffith, Sandy p. 191 Gunn, Vickie p. 191 Gustafson, Andy p. 191 Hahn, Dennis p. 191 Harkcom, Brian p. 191 Hart, Rick Hensley, Neal p. 191 Holt, Cindy p. 191 Householder,-Jim p. 191 Huffman, Lynn p. 191 1-lugill, Elaine p. 191 Hyatt, Rick p. 191 Irelan, Dale p. 191 Johnston, Rick p. 191 Kahle, Charlotte p. 191 Karamol,jackie p. 191 Kinkaid,-Jim p. 191 Klar, Daniel p. 191 Kluding, Dennis Index 243 p. 191 Kunz, Cindy p, 191 Lance, Tony p. 191 Lauham, April p. 191 Lazaris, Nick p. 191 Limes, Dawn p. 191 Lindberg, Dawn p. 191 Long, Richard P. 191 Luce, Diane p. 192 Luedeke,-Ioe p. 192 Luettke, Lynette McGilvery, Matt p. 192 Miller, Steven p. 192 Mosher, Mickey p. 192 Mockensturm, Kathy p. 192 Molina, Sylvia p. 192 Montgomery, Connie p. 192 Morrison, Robert Mulinix, Robert p. 192 Myers, Mike p. 192 Newton, Cheryl p, 192 Noaket, Gilbert p. 192 Noaker, Rhonda p. 192 Nowakowski, Casey Olwick, Nick p. 192 Owens, Floyd p. 192 Patrick, Lee p. 192 Perry, Ricky p. 192 Polker,-lean p. 192 Pyle, Thomas p. 192 Reyome, Mike p. 29, 192 Rice, Steve p. 192 Robinett, Tony p. 192 Robinson, Mike p. 192 Rochte, Cathy p, 192 Ross, Gail p. 195 Sawicki, David p. 191, 193 Schneider, Amy p. 193 Shoup, Wes p. 195 Silcox,-Jenni p. 193 Simon, Mark p. 192, 193 Snyder, Norman p. 195 Stonehill, Greg p. 17,193 Strong,jack 244 Index p. 195 Talmage, Clyde p. 193 Vasvery, Steve p. 195 VerStraete, Glen p. 195 Walters, Mike p. 195 Watchowski, Mark P- 195 Wenzlick, Bob p. 195 Whaley, Susan P, 193 Whitaker, Dean p. 195 Whitehead, Mary p. 192, 193 Williams, Richard P. 193 Wolfram, Tim p. 195 Woods, Barney p. 195 Woods, Sandy p. 195 Wright, Cheryl P. 193 Wymer, David p. 193 Yore, Rick P. 193 Sopho- mores Adams, Dave p, 53, 67, 173 Adams, Terri p. 173 Albright, Kathy p. 175 Aldred, Lesley p. 175 Allion, Debbie p. 114, 173 Altafferhlohn p. 103, 175 Armitage, Randy p. 71, 173 Amer, Bill p. 175 Bakies, Evonne p. 125, 123 Ball, Cheryl p. 114, 118,175 Barney, Burnard p. 173 Barton, Kelley p. 105, 175 Belzung, Geary p. 58, 71, 82,129,171 181 Bergfeld, Dan p. 16, 175 Bernal, Mary p. 175 Biddle, Dennis p. 66, 175 Bierbaum, Debbie p. 84, 85, 87, 89, 114, 120, 173 Binkley, Scott p. 173 Brahaney, Steve p. 175 Brahier, Dave p.98,115, 173 Breymaier,-Ieff p. 175 Britt, Rona Brown, Dawn p. 105, 109,175 Brown, Patsy p. 173 Brown, Sue p. 105, 175 Brueshabenjeff p. 175 B1'ueshaber,joan p. 175 Bryant, Roger p. 53,116, 173 Bucher,joe p, 58, 175 Bunge, Allen p. 115, 173 Burger, Mike p. 75, 111, 173 Burk, Roxanna p. 174 Burkhart, Debbie p. 120, 174 Burtch, Bob Butler, Sharon p. 103, 110, 174 Campbell, Dan p. 174 Canfield, Kathy p. 16, 28, 30, 31, 105, 108, 172, 174, 177 Carona, Carolyn p. 29, 174 Carr, Mark p. 174 Carter, Randy p. 174 Chovanec, Nancy p. 174 Click, Randy p. 61, 66, 98, 123, 174 Cochran, Peggy P.98,11O,115,174,18O Cole, Beth p. 7, 174 Cook, jim p. 174 Cook, Rodney p. 69, 71, 75,98, 125, 174 Cooper, Rex p. 174 Corrothets, Lora p. 174 Cousino, Barb Cousino, Peter p. 103, 174 Cox, Dexter p. 174 Cox, Steve p. 2, 50, 98, 174 Cranston, Robin p. 174 Creswell, Todd p. 174 Curtis, Cindy p. 91, 125, 174 Davies, Dottie p. 40, 98, 125, 174 110, 122, p. 54, 57, 58, 66, 75, 173 DHviS,Jill Bixler,,Iohn P- 174 p. 98, 103, 173 D2yr0r1,D2n Boehm, Russ P- 174 P, 103' 104' 173 Delger, Debbie Boggs, Richard P- 174 pt 173 Desko, Robert Boyd, David p. 68, 70, 109, 119, 174. 198 Dey, Tim p. 174 Dick, Brad p. 103, 106,109,174 Dick, Dave p. 54, 58, 67, 82, 174 Dickey, Mark p. 174 Dimon, Linda p. 19, 37, 103, 174 Donnelly, Matt p. 58, 79, 98, 174 Dmmmond, Pati p. 115, 115,174 Drury, Bridget p. 174 Drury, Cindy p. 87, 88, 89, 91, 132, 133, Durfey, Cheryl p. 174 Durham, Tony p. 54, 58, 66, 75, 109,174 Ebright, Mike p. 103, 174 Edge, Melissa p. 122,125,174, 181 Ehret, Mark p. 82, 105, 174 Enright, Robin p, 174 Errett, Mark P- 98 Fairhurst, Virginia p. 92, 125, 175 Fall, Eric p. 175 Farthing, Betsy p. 175 Ferguson, jamie p. 175 Fetter, Laurie p. 87, 175 Fields,-Jeff p. 175 Fisher, Heidi p. 92, 127, 175 Ford, Lydia p. 111,120,175 Fording, Creston p, 175 Forwerck, Kathy p. 127, 175 Fountain, Pat p. 82, 175 Fruthey, Brent p. 54, 58, 66, 74, 175, 181 Gallaher, Kathy p. 36, 105, 175 Gase, Randy p. 175 Genson, Robert p. 175 Gerds, Pam Giebrich, Lisa p. 175 Givens, Star Glanz,jody p. 103, 175 Goddard, Pat p.76,11O,175 Godfrey, Anileda p. 84, 87, 88, 175 Golbinec, Veronica p. 175 Gooden, Ann p. 98, 175 Gorniak, Robin p. 84, 175 Green, Steve p. 53, 80, 82, 175 Greer, Larry p. 103, 175 Greer, Sherry 174, 176 p. 120, 175 reulich, Ron p. 175 utierrez, Lupe utierrez, Mary p. 175 aar, Bill p. 175 aas, Rebecca p. 175 ahn, Pam p. 175 all,jeff p. 175 annewald, Keith p. 175 ardesry, Scott P. 53, 67, 75,175,181 art, Mary p. 176 atch, Vicki p. 176 awks, Doug p. 54, 58, 69, 70, 176 ayes,jenny p. 176 aynes,john p. 54, 58, 66, 82, 85, 9 earndon, Sharon p. 87, 176 cckler, Kim p. 53,67, 176 eier, Paul p. 176 einze, Theresa p. 176 eisinger,john p. 75.98, 103, 176 enning, Randy p. 176 ensley, Nick p. 176 ertzfeld, Cathy p. 105, 176 errzfeld, Mark p. 176 ill, Dave p. 115, 126,176 inson, Sue p. 84, 176 inrz, Leslie p. 176 ires, Stacy p. 98, 176 ires, Traci p. 87, 98, 178 odge, Myron p. 176 odges, Ellen p. 98, 110, 176 offheinsululie p. 176 olliker,john p. 126, 176 ollikcr, Tim p.98, 119, 176 olt, Kim p. 176 oot, Gary p. 125,150,176 opkins, Tracie p. 176 orn, Kim p. 176 ouseholder,-jim p. 55, 82, 176 uber, Bill p. 176 uddy,john ughes, Brenda p. 111, 114,176 ugill, Linda p. 176 8, 176 Humes, Charles Irelan, Tim p. 82, 176 jarrins,jill p. 176 ,Iarvis,jennifer p. 111, 115, 116,176 jodry, Wendy p. 98, 109, 176 johnson, Barb p. 105, 125,177, 179 johnson, Billie p. 67, 177 johnson, Dave p, 67, 75, 177 johnsonhlanette p. 87, 177 johnson, Philip p. 69, 70, 177 Johnston, Ronnie p. 80, 82, 115, 177 Kahle, Pete p. 177 Kadas, Richard p. 177 Keenan, Diana p. 98, 177 Killy, Kim p.98,125,177 King, Candy p. 177 King,-Jennifer p. 98, 110, 112, 177 Kinkaid, Mark p. 55, 67, 177 Kistner, Dianne p. 84, 85, 86, 120, 177 Klcm,,Iu1ie p. 177 Kobeehlulie p. 98, 177 Koch, Bill p. 177 Koinis, Kevin p. 177 Konwinski, Larry p. 177 Kosch, Mike p. 177 Kozbial, Kathy p. 127, 177 Kroncke, Linda p. 177 Kwiatkowski, Dennis p. 177 Lafferty, Mark p. 116, 126, 177 Lancehleff p. 177 Langell,-Janice p. 92, 177 LaPorte,john p. 177 Launder, Rocky p. 54, 58, 67, 81, 82,177 Layman,-Jim p. 177 Lederman, Linda p, 14, 126 Lee, Luanne p. 109, 177 Leech, Chad p. 113, 177 Leny, Kathy p, 177 Leonard,john p. 53, 67, 177 Lesher, Dave p. 178 Leurz, Bill p. 178 Locker,jcrry p. 126 Loehrke, Craig p.16,79,109,115, 125,178 Long, Matt p, 178 Longnecker, Lori p. 119, 178 Longnecker, Sandy p. 178 Luce, Ray p. 178 Ludwig, Richard Ludwig, Susan p. 178 Lytle, Bud p. 178 McKnight, Matt p. 178 McVicker, Scott p. 58, 66, 75, 178 McWilliams, Perry p. 55, 67, 75, 178 Macera, Andy p. 16, 178 Mapes, Doug p. 178 Martin, Fredericka p. 178 Martin, Grant p. 178 Marinez, Hernando p. 55, 82, 113, 178 Marty, Doug p. 16, 98, 178 Mattis, Dave p. 60,61, 64,65, 75, 113, 178 Mayer, Karen p. 84, 85, 86, 120, 178 Megyesi, Darla p, 87, 178 Memsic,,Iohn p. 52, 55, 178 Meyer, Eric p. 54, 58, 67, 98, 178 Michael, George P. 13, 27, 54, 58, 98, 122, 178 Miller, john Miller, Sharon p.8,103,111,125,178 Monetra, Beth p.11,122,123,178 Montion, Connie p. 178 Moore, Bob p. 178 Morrison, Betty p. 178 Mortemore, Don p. 178 Mulinix, Cheryl p. 179 Mulinixhlames p. 179 Myers, Ann p. 179 Myers, Mike p. 179 Naylor, Tim p. 179 Nekoranecnleanne p. 179 Nelson, Shannon p. 98, 179 Neumeyer, Bill p. 179 Newell, Kansas Nickell, Mike p. 179 Nickle, Chuck Nofzinger, Eric p.16, 28, 51, 53, 66, 75,125,177,179 Owens, Kristi P. 5,15,1055108,179 Owens, Robin p. 179 Pachura, Denise p. 179 Packer, Doug p. 55.64, 150, 179 Paugh, Robin p. 14,92,98,109,179 Paxton, Sue p. 103, 179 Payne, jeff p. 113, 179 Pederson, Mike p.18,6O, 61,121,179 Perry, Shelly p. 105, 179 Phillips, Bill p. 179 Phipps, Sue p. 85, 87, 89, 126, 179 Pierce, Steve p. 179 Plocek, Mart p. 54, 58, 179 Plymale, Chuck p. 58, 75, 179,181 Polker,jane p.98, 113, 179 Pooley, Bill p. 115, 179 Pyle, Lisa 19.98, 179 Raitz, Sheryl p.110,113,179 Ranville, Rick Reach, Tom p. 58, 70, 71, 110, 116, Reagan, Kerry Rhoades, Lori p. 179 Richards, Kim p. 74, 91, 111, 114, 179 Roberts, Randy p.67,75,125,172,179 Robinson, Craig p. 58, 179 Robinson, Dave Rodriguez, Roy p. 180, 193 Rogers, Dave p. 180 Rolf, Amy p. 180 Rood, Nancy p. 180 Royal, Brian p. 55, 66, 180 Satrleberg, Brian p. 180 Saunders, ,Ian p. 54, 70, 81, 82, 180 Saurrer, Desiree p. 110, 180 Sayre, Mike p. 180 Schwartz, Tom p. 180 Serres, Donna p. 180 Sheldrick, Rodney p. 103, 180 Shepard,jim p. 58, 180 Shoup,john p. 180 Sido, Barb p. 59, 103, 111, 112,17 Simpson,jim p. 52, 55, 98, 180 Skiver, Mike p. 180 Skrypec, Debbie p. 92, 180 Smith, Bill 130, 179 9. 130, 198, 199 Index 245 p. 58, 180 Spangler, Debbie p. 87, 114, 180 Spillis, Bobbi p. 180 Spooner, Kim p. 86, 113, 180 Stager, Dave p. 66 Staschke, Tammy p, 98, 180 Stickley, Lori p. 98, 114, 180 Stiles, Keith p, 82, 180 Stormer, Ron p.71,109,113,18O Strayer, Cheryl p. 180 Strayer, Debbie p. 180 Streepey, Doug p. 103, 180 Strickland, Rick p. 180 Stroud, Linda p. 180 Studer,-Jim p. 67, 180 Stultz, Randy Summcy, Crista P. 98, 180 Swanger, Lisa p. 180 Szymanski, Ted p. 180 Talburt, Deisa p. 173, 180 Tasker, Pam P- 92, 180 Taylor, Dan p. 58, 67, 180 Teaderman, Terry p. 111, 180 Teet, Diane p. 181 Thebeau, Darrell p. 181 Thomas, Denny P. 54, 58, 70, 71,181 Thompson, Brent Thompson, Kim p. 91, 113. 125, 172, 181 Thompson, Rick Thurston,joy p.101,112,181 Tilley, Mike p. 181 Tipping, Galen p. 181 Toepfer, Denise P. 84,85,120,126,181 Tussing, Beckie p. 5, 127, 181 Ullrich, Marc p. 181 Utz, Iori p. 103, 181 Wagner, Matt Walbolt, Terry Waller,john p. 103,105,107,126,181 Walters,,Iudy p. 181 Ward, William p. 181 Wardell, Linda P. 11,120,181 Warren, Clayton Whaley, Rick p. 181 Wheelden,jeff p. 181 246 Index Whitmer,-Jeff p. 103, 181 Wielinski, Marianne p. 87, 88, 91, 181 Wikstrom, Kevin p. 181 Williams, Dan p. 181 Williams, Mike p. 181 Williams, Pat p. 181 Williamson, Chris p. 181 Wilson, Tina p, 181 W inner, Steve p. 181 Wise, Mary Ann p. 181 Witte,-lack p. 37, 54, 58, 75, 125, 181 Wittes, Greg p. 98, 181 Witzler, Brian p. 82, 181 Wolfe,-Iohn p, 110, 181 Wolfert,-jim Wolfert, Philip Woods, Donna p. 126, 181 Woodshlodi p. 181 Woods, Kathy p. 181 Woods, Nancy jo p.114,15O,181 Wynn,jerry Yager, Gary p. 58, 71, 181 Yaw, Debby p. 181 Freshmen Ackerman, Luann P. 85, 86,111,111 165 Albright, Sandy p. 165 Allen, Scott p. 59, 67, 75, 165 Almester, Amy p. 120, 165 Aubell, Lisa p.101,110,113,114,165 Aumcnd, Kelvin p. 165 Bailey, Dale p. 75 Baker, Debbie p. 101, 165 Baldwin, Randy p. 165 Ballard, Allison p.29,45,101,103,165 Bank, Vicki P.86,110,114,165 Barnes, Larry p. 165 Barney,Tim p. 126, 165 Barton, Kerrey p.103,107,165 Battin, Robert p. 75, 165 Bauer, Tammy p. 84, 85, 86, 120, 165 Baxter, Wendif p. 165 Bayes, Thomas p.53,67, 101,165 Banninghlonathon Behnfeldt, Karen p. 28, 30, 103, 165, 171 Bialecki, Richard p. 59, 165 Bierbaum, Becky p. 93, 165 Black, Yvonne p. 165 Boehm,janer p. 103, 165 Bolley, Bruce p. 67, 82, 101, 165 Bonnette, Tom p. 59, 75, 165 Bostelman, Kim p. 114, 127,165 Bowman, john p. 165 Briney, Norman p. 129, 165 Brown, Matthew p. 165 Brown, Mike p. 59, 79, 165 Brown, Wendy p. 101, 165 Bruce, Randy p. 165 Bryant, Scott p. 59, 67, 75, 165 Bucher, Kelly p. 12, 75, 165 Burdo, Wendy p.87,98,101,103,122,1 Burkcrt, Virginia p. 165 Burkhart, Greg P. 59, 82, 165 Busch, Lyndon p. 165 Capedville, George Casiano, Mario p. 82, 165 Cassidy, Connie p. 98, 101, 105, 106, 165 Chesebro,john p, 67, 165 Christian, Clark p. 59, 165, 168 Cichy,,Iohn p. 55, 67, 75,165 Clark, Cindy p. 87, 103, 129,166 Clark, Cynthia p. 166 Clark, Gary p.53,67,82,129. 166 Cofer, Anita P. 101, 113, 114,166,170 Cogan, Bruce p. 166 Cope, Patricia p.55,101,114,126,166 Cowden, Kathie p. 166 Cowden, Vicki p. 166 Crosby, Bruce p.103,106,125,166 Crosby, Larry p. 166 Dclcher, Karen p. 166 Delventhal, Cindy p.115,126,166 Desko, David p, 71, 166 Dickerson, Kerry p. 75, 166 Dickson, Bobby p. 166 Dippery,-John 65, 168 Diver,-Jason p. 170 Dorsey, Lois p. 87, 88, 114, Dress,john p. 166 Drew, Cathy p. 114, 166 Ducat, Kathy p. 127, 166 Dunlap, Thomas p. 111, 116 166, 170 Dunnett, Tammy p. 129 Edwards, Amy p. 166 Eldon, Roy p. 166 Engel, Ron p. 59, 129, 166 Estep,jackie p. 166 Fall, Steven p. 103, 166 Farber, Nancy p. 110, 166 Farthing, Bobbi p. 166 Fischer, Lorali p. 166 Flores, Rudy Foltz, Brian p. 59, 68, 70, 75, 101, 166 Forwerck, Bob p. 166 Fruchey, Glenna p. 166 Fruchey, Nora p. 114, 166,170 Fruscher, Lowell p. 12,75, 166,167 Fuller, David p. 166 Galbraith,jenny p. 95, 114, 166 Gallagher, Pat p. 166 Gallaher, Karen p. 166 Gerke, Tim p. 36, 60, 61, 67, 111, 125,166 Gerken, Sandy p. 126, 167 Geronimo, Sandy P. 109, 115, l14,118, 127,167 Gilbert, Dawn p. 87, 110, 167, 170 Gladieux, Carol p. 120, 167 Glecker, Cindy p. 167 Gmitter, Tammy p. 87, 105, 167 Goddard, Peggy p. 87, 101, 114, 167 Goebel, Cheryl p. 167 Gower, Steve p. 167 Gowing, Kenny p. 167 Green,jim Green, Martha R obin p. 36, 87,93, 101, 109, 113, 164, Griesinger, Mary p. 167 Guernsey, Kelly p. 103, 167 Guernsey, Lisa p. 167 Guess,jim p. 28, 59, 82, 1 Haas,joseph 64, 167, 168,171 167 p. 115, 167 abig, Kim p. 167 aehl, Patricia p. 167 ahn, Gail p. 101 ahn, Christopher amic, Brian p. 105, 106, 167 ardesry, Dale p. 115, 167 arris, Tamara artman,-Iulie p. 167 eier,-John p. 167 ertzfeld, Richard p. 71, 167 crrzfeld, Steve p. 167 ilfinger, Karen p. 45, 87, 101, 105, 167 ill, Dennis p. 167 ill, Penny p. 129, 167 ite, Richard p. 59, 167 itt, Milton oertz, Meg p. 167 olmes, Trudy p. 167 opkins, Tim p. 167 orn, Diane p. 168 ouseholder, Shelly p. 17,103, 167 gle, Denise p. 167 cobs, Chris p. 93,101, 110, 167 cobs, Dawn p. 45, 87, 101, 114, 167 hnson, Clark p. 59. 67, 82, 167 hnston, Kim p. 127, 167 hnston, Kris p. 93, 167 aiser, Donald p. 82, 167 anz, Dave p. 59, 101, 168 aramol, Bobby p, 59, 168 eiser, Kenton p. 168 ennedy, Angela p. 86, 120, 168 icswether, Connie p. 168 ing, Michelle p. 168 inkaid, Sandy p. 168 ujawa,-Jeff p. 82, 168 aBine, Bill p. 98, 101, 110, 168 af ferry, Debra p. 101, 168 ahr,-Jeff p. 58, 130 ambert, Robert p. 129, 168 oeese, Bev p. 168 .ehman, Kris p. 105, 168, 169 .eon ard, Christine p. 58, 101, 130, 168 Lesher, Linda p. 168 Lesher, Terri p. 113, 114,168 Leutz, Sandra p.101, l15,114,16B,17O Limes, Christine p. 168 Lindberg, Diane p. 114, 118,168 Linder, Kathleen p.84,101, 126,168 Lipinski, Robert p. 168 Loehrke, Kelly p. 85, 98, 101, 111, 130, 168 Long, Debbie p. 168 Longnecker, Todd p. 59, 71, 168 Lowman, David p. 168 Ludwig, Diane p. 101, 118,168 Luedeke, Amy p. 168 Lutz, Sharon p. 168 Lybarger, David p. 59, 82, 129, 168 Maas, Annette p. 84, 85, 86, 168 Macera, Lynn 1,187,114,168 Mammoser, Mark p. 103, 106, 107,168 Martin, Pam p. 98,101,103,169 Martin, Sheri p. 101, 169 Martinez, Olga p. 19, 87, 93, 101, 109, 169 Mayer, Mary p.109,l14,118,120,169 McGilvery, Megan p. 103, 169 Mclntyre, Earl p. 169 Meadows, Leona p. 169 Meadows, Randy p. 59, 71, 75,101, 168, 169 Megyesi, Kevin p. 17, 59. 70, 71, 75, 169 Megycsi, Valerie p. 169 Miller, Craig p.59,67,75,101,111,169 Monetta, Robert p. 59, 169 Monroe, Timothy p.29,59, 101,169 Montion, Pete p. 59, 71, 169 Moore,joe p.98,101,1l1,1l3,169 Moosmanhleff p. 105, 169 Moran, Stacey p. 103, 169 Morgan, Russell p.101,103,111,169 Morris, Robert p. 169 Moser, Thomas p. 67, 82, 111, 169 Mroczkowski, Linda P-93, 120, 169 Mullins, Craig p. 169 Murphy, Sheri p. 109, 169 Myers, Brent p, 71, 82, 169 Myers, Cathy p. 101, 126, 129,169 Myers, Gary p. 59, 101 Myers,james p. 169 Newton, Sandy p. 169 Nicholson, Carol p.101,103,169 Notestine, Lee p.101,113,114,169 Owen,-Jim p.59,67,75,169 Parris, Chris p. 101, 169 Partin, Debbie p. 93, 114 Pederson, Robert p, 103, 169 Peppers, Colleen p. 120 Phillips, Bobby p. 115, 169 Pyle, Diana p. 114, 118,169 Reyes, Brian p.82,101, 103,169 Richardson,-julie p. 169 Richardson, Sherri p. 101, 118, 170 Rick, Cyndi p. 43, 170 Riddle, Lorraine p. 110, l11,115, 164, Roberts,jenny p. 170 Robinson,jenny p. 170 Robinson, Paul p. 170 Rochte, Paul p. 170 Rodriguez, Teresa p. 170 Rucinski, Donna p. 170 Russell, Eric p. 103, 170 Rutkowski,joe p. 170 Sautter, Darcy p. 170 Sautter, Michelle p. 110, 170 Saylor, Timothy Schaupert, David p. 170 Schneider, Sheila p. 170 Schnitkey, Doug p. 170 Schultz, Mark p. 82, 166, 170 Schwartz, Terry 170 p.12,59,101,168,170 Seegert, Perry p. 126, 170 Serres, Vicky p. 170 Shabnow, Darcy p. 101, 110,170 Shank, Alan p. 170 Simonson, Kristine p. 110, 114, 170 Skrypec, Cheryl p.45,103,125,170 Smith,j0hn p. 75, 170 Smith, Melissa p.101,111,168,17O Snyder, Barry p. 103 Somer, Stacy p. 170 Stafford, Russell p. 8, 59, 119, 170 Stefanskihlim p. 170 Strayer,jenny p. 170 Strickland, Selena p. 118, 170 Strong, Barney p. 170 Stroud, Duane p. 170 Srrub, Karen p, 170 Studer, Lawrence p. 59, 75, 170 Suess, Lynn p.55,111,130,170 Suter, Barb p. 126, 170 Skymanski, Pamela p. 118, 170 Thatcher, Robert p. 193 Thebeau, Kenneth p. 29, 171 Thomas, Connie p. 105, 171 Thomas, Randy p. 70, 171 Thomas, Scott p. 101, 103,171 Thomas, Vickie p. 103, 171 Thompson, Connie p. 118, 171 Thompson, Eric p.55,67,82, 101,130,171 Tilley, Dee p. 101, 103, 171 Toepfer, Daniel p.67,75,101,129,130,171 Tucker, Phyllis p.101, 126,171 Tussinghleff p. 171 Utz,-Julie p. 171 Utz, Peggy p. 93, 171 Vaughan, Laura p. 103, 171 Vollmar, Bernard p. 171 Von Deylon, Connie p. 58, 66, 86, 101, 130,165,171 Vonseggern, Kathy p. 171 Wagner, Cindy p. 110, 171 Waller, Andrew P. 75,11O, 126,171 Wardhlohn p. 59. 75, 101, 171 Watson, Brenda p. 171 Whalen, Connie p. 171 Whaley, Gail p. 171 Whitaker, Ronda P. 101, 105,110, 171 Wiggins,judi p.87,109,113,171 Wikstrom, Sue p. 107, 103, 171 Williams, Kim Index 247 P-93,101,109,113,171 Wood, Diana p. 171 Wyandt, Dan p. 70, 75, 171 Wynn, Mark p. 171 Yonkee, Chip p. 103, 171 Zempel, Greg p. 59. 110, 171 Zimmerman,julie p. 101, 171 Zitzer, Paul p. 59, 75, 171 Zwyer, Mike p. 75, 171 E ighih Grade Adams,jessie p. 126, 159 Adams, Valerie p. 100, 159 Albaugh, Kathy p. 11,127,159 Allgeier,janet p. 159 Allman, Lorrin p. 159 Altaffer, Bob p. 104, 159 Augustine, Debbie Baker, Mike p. 100, 159 Baldwin, Cindy p. 126, 159 Baranski, Tim p. 159 Barry, Darryl p. 100, 104, 159 Bauer, Connie p. 100, 159 Becker,jodie p. 100,118,127,l59 Beckham, Denise p. 159 Beckhamhleffrey p. 159 Beebehlohn p. 159 Beebe, Tammy Behnfeldt, Kim P.93,125,158,159,16O Beiswenger, Randy p. 159 Bergfeld, Gary p. 159 Bernal, Ricky p. 159 Bixler, Ronald p. 100, 104, 159 Bliss, Dawn p. 100, 159 Boellner, Regina p. 159 Bolovan, Cynthia p. 100 Bolovan, Eric p. 159 Bostelman, Angela p. 100, 159 Bowers, Sharon p. 159 Bowman, Eric Bradford, Paul p,100,129,159 Brady, Harry p. 100, 159 248 Index Brenneman, Greg p. 159 Btenneman, Mike p. 159 Brillhart, Mark p. 100, 159 Broadway, Mark p. 100, 159 Brown, Debbie p. 159 Browning, Connie p. 126, 159 Brunner, Mike p. 159 Brunner, Michele p. 93, 100, 159 Bungarda, Elizabeth p. 100, 104, 159 Burger, Barbara p. 159 Burk,jerry p. 159 Burkett, Robin p. 159 Busson, Kenneth p. 159 Butler, Linn p. 159 Campbell,joel p. 159 Canficld,,Iohn p. 115,129,159 Carona,-lean p. 100, 159 Cassiano, Alvaro p. 159 Cassidy, Sheila p. 104, 159 Christensen, Lynn p. 127, 159, 163 Chovanec, Sue p. 100, 159 Clark, Angela p. 100, 104, 159 Clark, Christine p. 159 Clark, Dean p. 159 Click, Kevin p. 67, 100, 159 Cochran, Susan p. 100, 159 Cole, Becky p. 159 Cole, Kim p. 159 Collins, Shelly p. 159 Conklin,-John p. 159 Cordle, Kevin p. 104, 159 Coss, Fred p. 159 Cousino, Bob p. 159 Cousino, Tony p. 100, 159 Coutcher, Doug p. 67, 159 Creswell, Susan p. 100, 104, 159 Curtis,john p. 100, 104, 159 Darling, Cathy p. 100, 159 Davis, Vicky p. 159 Dayton, Sherry p. 159 Dean, Chris p. 100, 159 Delger, Doug p. 160 Dellinget, Laurie p. 100, 104, 160 Deming,,Iulie p. 100, 160 Desko, Katherine p. 126, 160 Dey, Barb p. 160 Dey, Laurie p. 160 Dimon, Debbie p. 100, 160 Dixon, Kim p. 100, 160 Dobson, Dan p. 67, 100, 160 Domitio, Dawn p. 100, 160 Donnelly, Robert p. 67, 100, 160 Dress,,Iulie p. 100, 118,127,160 Dreycr,jeff p. 160 Dulskis, Robert p. 67, 160 Durfey, Lori p. 160 Ebright, Bruce p. 67, 100, 160 Echler, Doug p. 100, 160 Estep, Greg p. 100, 104, 160 Evans, Randy p. 160 Fall, Pam p. 160 Fee-back, Kyle Ferguson, Melinda p. 100, 160 Fields,julie p. 160 Fingerlehlulius p. 100, 104, 160 Fischer, Wayne p. 160 Fischer, Donna p. 160 Fishcrhlames p. 160 Fisher, Lori p. 160 Flowets,jody p. 160 Ford, Bruce p. 160 Fountain, Mike p. 160 Fox, Robin p. 160 Gall, Sue p. 160 Ginson, Dave p. 160 Gerken,julie p. 100, 160 Gmitter,jeff p. 67, 160 Gower, Mark p. 160 Green, Edward p. 129,160 Guess, Maribeth p. 160 Gutierrez, Rosemary p. 100, 160 Guy,john p. 100 Hannewald, Mary p. 126, 127, 160 Harmon, Carole p. 100, 160 Hart, Bob p. 160 Hart, Chuck Hayes, Tina p. 160 Heimrich, Scott p. 160 Hennings, Tommy p. 100 Henry, Deborah p. 100, 160 Hensley, Teddy p. 160 Hertzfeld, Debbie p. 160 Hess,jeff p. 160 Hill, Terrie p. 100, 126, 160 Hite,julie p. 160 Hodge, LaSonia p. 160 Hollowayhlulie p. 100, 160 Hopkins, Cindy p. 160 Huber, Kori p. 95, 100, 158, 160 H ughes, Irene p. 160 Hyatt, Terry p. 161 Infalt, Brian p. 100, 161 jeremy, Sam p. 161 johnson,june p. 11, 100, 161 johnson, Rob p. 161 johnson, Teresa p. 100, 161 jordan,jan p. 100, 104, 161 Kanz, Brian P.67,100,129,161 Keiser, Tina p. 100, 161 Kelly, Nera p. 100, 161 Kistner, Steve p. 161 Klem, Dawn p.100,127,161 Knollman, Katrina p. 100, 161 Klar, Annette Kobec,-John p. 67, 161 Koinis, Pauline p. 100, 161 Koinis, Bill p. 115 Kozbial, Mike p. 161 Krise, Gene p. 161 Krueger, Russel p. 67, 161 Kulwicki, Mark p. 67, 104 Kurtz, Susan p. 100, 161 Kwiatkowski, Brenda p. 118, 161 Lambert, ,Jeff p. 161 Lambert, Rick p. 161 Landon, Lisa p. 161 Porte, Keith p. 161 Rue, Doug p. 67, 100, 161 Voy, Rick p. 100, 158,161 e, Shelly p. 126, 161 ese, Mike wallen, Ron p. 161 mes, Kenny p. 161 nter, Craig p. 67, 100, 161 pinski, Darla p. 100, 161 pinski, Peggy p. 161 gan, Mark ng, Kelly p. 161 ngstreet, Chris p.93,100,104,161 tz, Karen dwig, Nancy p. 161 ajerowski, Veronica p. 100, 161 ammoser, Chris p. 67, 100, 104, 161 ammoser, Kathy p. 104, 161 artin, Stuart p. 161 ay, Sheri p. 161 ayer,-Jeff p. 161 cWilliams, Todd p. 67 eadows, Darlene p. 100, 161 eeker, Doug p.67,161,163 egycsi, Rob p. 161 emsic, Karen p. 161 ichael, Vicki p. 100, 104, 161 iddleton, Ron p. 161 iller, Todd ockensturmhlulic p. 100, 161 oeckel, Melissa p. 100, 161 ohler, Gary p. 104, 161 olina, Ron p. 100, 161 onk, Troy p. 161 ontgomery, Annette p. 161 ontion, Nancy p. 100, 104, 161 orrock, Debbie p. 100, 161 orris,jacqueline p. 161 orris,jeff p. 67, 161 orrison,jack p. 161 orrison,-Jill p. 100, 162 ortemore, Brenda p. 100, 162 ortemore, Tammy p. 100, 162 ekeranec, Penny p. 100, 162 Newcomer, Pam p. 100, 162 N ofzinger, Dean p, 67, 162 Olwick, Andy p. 162 Overmeyer, Bonnie p. 162 Padgett,jim Partin, Barb p. 100, 162 Partin. Beverly p. 162 Payne,jim p. 162 Perry, Cynthia p. 100, 104, 162 Persinger, Wayne p. 162 Peterson, Bob-Ir. p. 162 Pieper, Greg p. 67, 162 Polker,-Joe p, 162 Pollter, Tim p. 162 Pollock, Susan p. 95, 162 Pommeranz, Bonnie p. 162 Price, Sandra p. 162 Quiroga, Celsa p. 126, 162 Rader, Lisa p. 118, 162 Raduns, Steve p. 162 Ramirez, Mike p. 67, 162 Reyome, Parry p. 162 Richards, Shellie p. 100, 162 Richardson,-Iohn p. 100, 162 Rigg,janice p. 162 Ritzenthaler, Ray p.100,115,162 Roach,,Iudy p. 100, 162 Robasserhlohn Robinson, Stacey p. 100, 104, 162 Rodriguez, Veronica p. 162 Rood, Steve p. 162 Rose, Scott p. 67, 100, 162 Ross, Robin p. 100, 162 Royal, Lori p. 100, 162 Rucinski, Andy p. 162 Rutkowski, Shelly p. 162 Samberg, Scott p. 115, 162 Sample, Beth p. 104, 162 Sandfoss, Danette p. 100, 104, 162 Savage, Doug p. 162 Serres, Bob Shepard,jill p. 93, 104, 162 Shoup, Dave p. 67, 162 Skiver, Betsy P. 93. 162 Skrypechleff p. 100, 162 Small, Greg p. 162 Smith, Carolyn p. 93, 100, 162 Smith, Doug p. 67, 100, 162 Smith, Sue p.100, 104,158,162 Smith, Terry p. 162 Snyder, Keith p. 162 Spangler, Lori p. 162 Spangler, Steven p. 100, 162 Spicer, Bill p. 162 Spillis, Bill p. 100, 162 Stall, Rick p. 162 Story, Richard p. 67, 100 Strayer,jeff p. 162 Streepey, Michael p. 100, 104,162 Strong,judy p. 162 Strut, Rex p. 162 Stultz, Sheri p. 126, 162 Sullivan, Richard p. 162 Szabo, Cindy p. 126, 162 Szalkowski,-julie p. 100, 104, 162 Szydowski, Ann p. 100, 162 Tack,jim p. 100, 162 Talmagc,,Iodi P-9,100,104,162 Teaderman, Mark p. 162 Thatcher, Keith p. 163 Thompson, Ellen Kay p. 163 Tipping,jill p. 100, 163 Tomaszewski, Kathy p.15,100,104,163 Trippe, Steve p. 163 Turner, Anita p. 100, 163 Ullrich, Leeann p. 104, 165 Utley, David p. 163 Vann, Terri p. 163 Vary, Faith p. 163 Vasvcry, George p. 163 Wallace, David p. 163 Walters, Lori p. 15,100, 104, 163 Warner, Doug p. 67 Watson, Berry p. 100, 163 Watson,-Jeff p. 67, 165 Webb, Patricia p. 100, 163 Webb, Pat p. 29, 100, 165 Wheating, Sue p. 100, 104, 163 Wheeldon, Martha p. 100, 127, 163 White, Kerry p. 15.95, 100,163 Whitehand, Ronnie p, 163 Whitten,julie p. 100, 104, 163 Wiggins, Brad p. 100, 163 Wiggins, Neil Wilkinson, Violet p. 100 Williams, Bobby p. 115, 163 Williams, Nancy p. 93, 163 Williams, Sandy p. 95, 100, 165 Wilson, Laura p. 163 Wilson, Mary p. 126, 163 Witzler, Elizabeth p. 163 Wolfe, Gretchen p. 104, 163 Woodland, Brad p.67,100,104,163 Woods, Barb p. 163 Woocls, Randy p. 100, 163 Woods, Robin p. 100, 163 Woods, Whitney p. 104, 163 Wyandt, Deann p. 100, 163 Wyman, Kathy p. 163 Yagcr, Scott p. 163 Yonkee, Mary Pat p.93.100,104,163 Young, Carl p. 100, 163 Zalewski, Cindy p. 100, 163 Zeller, Ron p, 100, 163 Zeller, Ronda p. 163 Ziegelhoferhjoe p. 163 Zitzer, Matthew p. 67, 163 Zoltanski, Steve Index 249 055- 1 L, POPE 5 1 if-'frifwsr' ,Fai ' S U P E Fl 2.-fa.-.:".-4-'A-'.:Y+.-.N 13- -:,,-- fr,-1,-J-.1 ra,-1: NIARKE T i+f3iE4'5E-iii ' masses-'M AKERS hhilgg- .g .Lu AH Antiques and Primitives I43 S. River Road Waterville, Ohio 43566 Phone 878-356l By Appointment or Chance LEE n' CHUCKS PIZZA Whitehouse, Ohio Open 7 Daysa Week Mon.-Thurs. 4:3O- I 2:00 p.m. M A R K Fri.-Sun. 4:30-l2:30 p.m. Behind Don's Bakery 877.568 SERVING THE MIDWEST IN MANY WAYS Grain Elevators General Stores Animal Feed Mfg. 0 Garden Centers Fertilizer Mfg. Tire Shops W. MAUMEE ' TOLEDO 9 COLUMBUS, OHIO e C , . "AM5QJS,l,'.hilT,Ri Andersons sa if 250 Ads AMERICAN CAN CC M PANY "Con+ainers +0 Help People Live BeI"rer" Congra+uIa+es +I'1e Class of I975 AMERICAN CANWCOMPANY WhIIGI1OUSG, Ohio AMERICAN CAN COMPANY, GREENWICH, CONN 2 'ev' J AY C. D E N N I S R R 225 Conani' S+ree'l' Maumee, Oh 893-8628 Real Es+a+e - Insurance Appraisals - Ren+aIs Since I946 690l Providence Whi+ehouse,Ohio 4357I 877-538l -Xi ,J Q 252 Ads Complimenfs of JOSEPH M. STADER Pain+ing and Decora'I'ing Ex+erior - Inferior Paper Hanging 877-5274 TIMBERS BOWLING LAN ES I246 Cona nf S+ree+ Maumee, Ohio Phone: 893-763 I Q VILLAGE WINE SHOPPE rd S+ree'I Wa+erviIIe, Ohio 878-2946 KRCDNMANN NURSERY 5454 Berkey-Sou+I1ern Road Whifehouse, Ohio IT'S TOUGH TO BEAT All THE FINE FOOD VALUES YOU FIND AT FOOD TOWN! Garden Tu Riding Mc Congrafulaiions +o ihe Class of I975 WHEELHCRSE SHOW Thrc U-I-Z.S ORCHARD JONES WHEELHORSE, INC. QUALITY FRUITS SALES AND SERVICE "Any+hing on Trade Thai' Doesn'+ Ea+ - 4 Miles S.W. of Waferville on R+. 24 G EI + .cn 878-94OI Arle Jones as or ec rl 9535 Neowash Owner Wa+erviIle, C4 I 91 878-591 ,--" , ..,-f-' ' "W Complimenfs of "W BUTLER JEWELERS A il I24 W. Wayne S+. Maumee, Ohio 43537 A 1 E Spa .4 , 'fi 1 . J .SL 'fmx A ' A 5, -ff' aw:.f"' ' A-fu E - gi , 'z T 5-A-I Qi' , S,-tar"-,T . 'TM 1 K' 'fr ,f A G f ,Ja -T-ry :Q'I:f'I'I'1"""'2 " 'lzi ' " 3:2'1" : '1: :1: gfzf'"1:!:l:1'i:1:I:1i:1:f:C:Q:1: 2:Q:Q:I:2:251:izf:1'E:f:ES:2:I:I:f:f:1:f:5:f:f:f:Q:Q:2:f:f M,,,,jg'3'ig'Ei'E'E'E'E'E'E'E'Ei'34'3'-'54'-:2:221:3:!:!:!:-:2:-.!:2:-22:-:.:!: .... . .. - Reach for astar. Itis waiting just for you. MAUMEE AUTO PARTS 720 Illinois Avenue Maumee, Ohio Equal Opportunity Employer 393-0743 All jobs are open to both sexes. 254 Ad Your Neighborly VISIT OUR SHOWROOM SEE WHY II Pays 'Io Use Qualify Cabine+ry QUAKER MAID AND HOME PRIDE Bankers MAUMEE VALLEY KITCHENS aI Ihe INC- Wi'II'I'eI'iOuSe 209 F sworfh Road, WaIerviIIe, Ohio ' D Iy I p Wed. Till p. 9 5 Ph 878 6926 Saf. TIIIIIXIO O CompIimen+s of T H O MAS EXCAVATI N G CO M PA NY the HIO CITIZENS trLlSt Look Forward GREEN ELECTRIC STORE G E. Appliances and EIec+ ' I Service Whi+ehouse, Oh Io Serving You We're Ihe Bank Where PeopIe Help You COmP'Ime"ISOI GSI' TIIIFIQS Done PRODUCTS CORP. Division of Kone+a Rubber Company Whifehouse, Oh Congratulations to the Class of I975 ANTHONY WAYNE STANDARD 220 S- 5'lI'66t Waterville, Ohio "Key To Suburban Advertising" Compliments ot James Walbolt VILLAGE SOHIO Jim Walbolt, Prop. Airport Highway and McCord Road l'l0ll6f'ld. OIIIO Phone 865-2553 24 Hour Wrecker Service 4 Radio Dispatched Wreclcers You CIO. lf you want to use the products you own today and will own tomorrow. Most are powered by electric energy. If you want to work. Every job requires the use of electricity in some form. If you want to live in a quality environment. Most pollution control equipment runs on electric power. You need power plants . . . for all your wants. TOLEDO R 81 L ALUMINUM SALES 6332 Providence Street Whitehouse, Ohio 4357I Phone: 877-5460 Aluminum Siding Porch Enclosures Storm Windows and Doors Robert Ritenour MONCLOVA CARRY-OUT Groceries Beer and Wine Union 76 9765 Monclova Road Monclova, Ohio 865-9 I 37 GRUBER OFFICE MACHINES Ruel Gruber 878-394I Waterville, Ohio Ads rville, Ohio 878-4972 ED'S SALES AND SERVICE General Aufo Repair 307 Sou+h S+. Waferville, Oh 43566 878-589 I WATERVILLE GAS COMPANY 0 SALES 0 SERVICE O LEASING Don Scott CI1evrole+ - Pon+iac - Saab 4 fgi'r1 i u Gl f21"'5- ":f W ""?"' 'W' 1 Vlsxg8g?or:4ew 1 'Im 5330 We 'YEA May we serve you? CAREER PLANNING? GO . . . AND GROW WITH JOHNS-MANVILLE Career Oppor+uniI'ies in Produclion Engineering Finance Producl Developmenl Skilled Trades Secre+ariaI and Many O'rhers AH'er High School Gradualionz AfI'er Gradua+ion from College: Remember JOHNS-MANVILLE for Career Oppor+uni+ies Tha+ Will Provide Grow'I'h, Securi+y and Job Safisfacfion JOHNS-MANVILLE FIBER GLASS, INC. Walerville, Ohio An Equal Oppor'Iuni+y Employer Wi+h Offices and PIan+s Throughoul' +he UniI'ed S+a+es and in Many Foreign Coun+ries 258 Ad CompIimen+s of GLENN and JOYCE MILLER M I LLER'S MARKET wha+eh0use, ohio 4357: "We OuI"Fi+ Teams" ANTHONY WAYNE SPORTING GOODS Hunfing, Fishing, Baskeiball, Baseball Fooiball, Hockey, Boa+s and EIC. 35 N. River Rd. Dan MocIcens'Iurm "Where beHer buys are home Iown buys" Wa+erviIIe, Ohio Owner 43566 878-7I8I 52? Complimenfs of WH ITEHOUSE I i Tn: LITTLE nous: . QW .- AWWA .- AMW - I3 S. Third S+ree'I' INN H I T E H O U S E I N STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS SEA F UUDS SALAD nm INCLUDED PRIVATE 4 I 878-308i Wa+erviIIe, Ohio 43566 VI LLAGER BEAUTY SALON Complefe Hair Care and Wigs 878-6686 S. Third S+. Diane EvereH' 'IerviIIe, Ohio Propriefress 66 Ads 259 3 p "Hhs 'F' Good Luck Class of I975 FISHER OIL AND GAS CO. Fuel Oil - Propane - Gasoline Planls al' Neapolis and Del+a Neapolis, Ohio SAUTTER'S FOOD CENTER H"s a Pleasure +o Serve You Fine Meafs, Groceries and Produce R+. 64 Befween Waferville and Whiiehouse - - Q-H - ' . X , ls. . 'U ff 9 M ETA LS Division of +he Valeron Corpora+ion ALENITEQ 63 I 5 lndus+rial Parkway Whifehouse, Ohio 4357I If Your Hair ls Nor Becoming To You You Should Be Coming To Us." KAY'S BOUTIOUE 5934 Finzel Rd. Whifehou 877-537l Open Monday Thru Sa+urday 260 WHITEHOUSE GRAIN 81 SUPPLY COMPANY CongraI'uIaI'ions Io The Class of I975 Grain-Feed-Fedmzer Wg Soffener SaI'I-Coal I - ' Farm Supplies I- P R I N CI P L E Quali'Iy-Service-Sa'I'is'Fac'I'ion 'l ' BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, INC. 205 Farnswor+h Rd. WaI'erviIIe, Ohio GOOD LUCK ANTHONY WAYNE GRADUATES Congra+uIaEIe::1CIass of '75 3 REALTY. E C H I LD E R' S 39 Soufh Third S+ree+ I N S U N C E Wa+erviIIe, Ohio 878-7040 Wa+erVIIIe' Ohio Exclusive SaIes Agenis for Canal Terrace and Village Park Home Developmenfs REALTO I? Ad 26 v Joni BUCHER Lumina co, JCDHN BUCHER LUMBER CCMPANY i A S+ I P T I 5 PAI N1-s asfgonizizmios Building Maierials Lumber Whi+ehouse, Ohio 4357i Phone: 877-5863 7 lv 3 iiPPlIHiiNlZIS ESMWLE Cleaning Service and lnsiallafio R P e air BERT MASTIN SEPTIC TANK u p SERVICE QW' Tm S021 -.-A azz Ivw.SWWMt eww EIec+ric sewer Cleaning ' can Now 24 Hour service 7202 Providence Whiiehouse, Ohio 262 Ad Se WATERVILLE PHARMACY rving You Wi'I'h Modern Facili+ies a Complele Linecof Prescrip+ions 77532 DON'S BAKERY Pies, Cakes, and Pasfry Wedding and Birlhday Cakes Open Daily Til 5:30 Siclz Room Supplies 8 5 Whiiehouse' BAU MAN 'S J EWELRY Wafch and Clock Repair Jewelry Whifehouse, Ohio 877 5980 KEISER'S MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Depenme Insurance IOI47 Maumee Wes'l'ern Rd. Monclova, Ohio Complimenfs of WOODS 81 SON GROCERY Whi+el1ouse, Ohio 877-530I A-W INSURANCE AGENCY, INC Whi+ehouse, Ohio Chuck While Bus. Phone 877 5333 Res. Phone 877 5442 3' MCVICKERS nnsumxuce AGENCY LIFE-AUTO - FIRE BONDS - LIABILITY Congra+ula+ions 'ro Ihe Class of I975 MCVICKER INSURANCE ,Qi --L-2 Jim McVicker L 5825 Weckerly Rd. Whifehouse, Ohio 877 586i ll G P Oc DINNERS-SANDWICHES- ICE CREAM 7 'fi J f GALBRAITI-l's RESTAURANT Be+ween Bank and Pos+ Office WhiI'eI'1ouse, Ohio 877-008i FENDER'S MARKET Phone 865-2776 AI'Ierna+e 20 and Eber Road Monclova, Ohio 264 Ad B84L AUTO SERVICE, INC. Whifehouse, Ohio 4357I Besf of Luck Io 'I'he Seniors. The besfof luck is when you find if a+ B8zL. We will serve your car needs wi'Ih 'Ihe besf of equipmenl' and 'Ihe educalion +o use iI'. Complimenls of BARBER SHOP AND MEN'S HAIR STYLING R, A, Appoin+menI's if Desired P R I N N G Village Plaza Whifehouse, Ohio 877 5963 Dan Creps Mike Tammarine ' -v F , E if ff' ROM PRINTING BURDO PLUMBING 81 HEATING Maumee. Ol'1l0 865-9520 Monclova, Ohio 43542 Ad 265 Lel' 'l'he Army help you wi'rh college. Lasi' year, 90,000 young people like yourself earned college credifs in +he Army. They affended classes on pos+. They sfudied a+ nearby colleges and universi+ies. And ihey +ook courses +hrough our various correspondence programs. And +he Army paid for 7570 of +heir1ui+ion cos'l's. Our educafional benefifs are in addi+ion +o +he iob 'lraining you'll receive, +he salary you'll make, and 'Phe +ravel opporiunifies you'll have. If you'd like io find our more aboul' all +he educa+ional benefifs fhe Army has +o offer, call your local Army Represenialive. Call Army Sgl. Jerry Brown 865-7852 Join 'rhe people who've ioined +he Army. Shop and Save Everyday ' xx em SW jvseph' SUPER MARKETS Toledo Owned Toledo Operaied ' Oualily Meals ' Fresh Produce ' Nalionally Adveriised Brands ' Fas+ Courleous Service Convenien'r Localions There's One Near You! 266 Ads KNOWLES DRUG STORE 877-57I2 Anfhony Wayne Shopping Cenier Whifehouse, Ohio GARDEN CENTER QHEZLHSUYECSETSY L E if ll u X, 1 7- 1, ,I .L 877-009I 7-6 DaiIY V5-IV ? Congratulations 'ro the Class of I975 xf"'5?: Z N Q55 gs cl-IILDCARE ' 2' "'X-- . . P S IW I2l -6 Ro Fo E N D - 3 '5" 'vet S Surmgr EZYCf:1mP Iv IIJX It-I Ages 6-I0 H N G D I06I0 Wa'I'erviIIe S+. WIWIISIIOUSG. Ohio AI R CONDITIONING , fd 1, 'Ii IW. I . E H' -T' ' --lr' Y, ,A I A i ealti 1 I I- Educated men are .Q I f as much superior 2 to uneducated men ' as the living , are to the dead? -I -Aristotle ' ' t Soli ealittle. I I ,ff" ' ,I ' li UAA: Y,VV :lu V, ,Ei E! I X., .,, 1. fl" it , 'r A ,Q "fa-1 I '-'j 1: I -1' ,YU , " ., s L1f,A Y A Toledo based, multinational, billion-dollar manufacturer of packaging materials in glass, plastic and paper as well as a dynamic variety of non-packaging items for diversified markets, takes this opportunity to express support for education and for the young men and women who will make tomorrow just a little bit better than today. OWENS-ILLINOIS Ads 267 YF:-s ll li Ill i FUI Ill lm Waferville, Ohio 878-90 I 5 H. A. POWELL STUDIOS EXPRESSION. . . ls a Reflecfion of Thinking YOUR EXPRESSION . . . Is +he Soul of Your Por-fra i+ All Types of Pho'I'ography and Oil Por+rai'I's Done! Hours: Monday l2:30 pm-8:30 pm Tuesday Thru Safurday 9:00-5:00 4348 Monroe 475-935 I 268 Ads Church Direc+ory Friendship Bap+is+ Church 232 N. McCord Road Toledo, Ohio 436l5 Church Phone 865-6453 Roy Jones - Pas+or Missionary Fundamen+al - lndependen+ S+. Joseph's Ca+holic Church IO4 W. Broadway Maumee, Ohio 43547 893-4848 Mass: Sa+. Eve 5 and 7 pm Sunday 7 and 9, I0g30 and I2 Wa+erville Uni+ed Me+hodis+ Church l "The Church of 'che Warm Hear+" l02 N. Fi++h S+., Wa+erville, Ohio Rober+ E. Lin+er, Mi'nis+er Church School 9:00am Sunday Worship Hour IO:30 am Sunday Whi+ehouse Zion Uni+ed Me+hodis+ Church l0926 Maumee S+. Whi+ehouse, Ohio 877-5820 Pas+or Todd Frail Services: Sunday Sch 9:30 Worship l0:3O Zion Lu+heran Church 22 Nor+h Second S+ree+ Wa+erville, Ohio Telephone 878-366I William D. Wolfe, Pas+or Worship - Grow - Serve - Live Professional D,-irec+o Carson Coichran,lM.D. Mercy Hospi+al Toledo, Ohio Donald M. Bixler, D.D.S. lIO5Nor+hfS+. , Wa+erville, Ohio Donald OQNo+zinioer, D.V.M. 6828 Texas S+. Whg+ehousye, Ohio. 1 Dr. Charles A. Holloway, D.D.S. Finzel , , Whi+ehouse, Ohio Dr.. Rober+1J. Blairf 7 Fallen Timbers Medical Cen+er Monclova,,Ohlo y T George R.iWilliams ll, A++y. I 6,L,Sou+h Third i Wa+erville, Ohio John B. Pecsok, DgD.S. f 5934 Finzel Road ii v Q Whi,+ehouyse, Ohio. y y Reba-r+ L. side, MD. 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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reed, Che Chad Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Richards Mr. Palrick Rockwell Mrs. Donelda Sheldrick Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shepler Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sherman Mrs. Jeanelle Shockey Mr. Roberl Shoemaker Mr. Roberl Slykhuis Miss Sharon K. Smifh Mr. Richard Vail Mr. Warnock Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Williams Mr. Roy Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yager Mr. David E. Zeigler l, Rob, Randy, and THIS YEARBOOK IS DEDICATED TO: PAT ROCKWELL. LITTLE RICHARD. SARAH. SUGARBEAR. SKIPPY, CANNONBALL FUJI. SHERLOCK HOLMES. GREG EVERHART. JIMMY PAGE. MIKEY. TRIGGER. HANS, DYNODICK. MAD ANTHONY. CHICKENXSALAD. TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO.. RAMADA INN. STEVE WHITE. MILK. EVE . JAMES BOND. DENNY WALSTON. AEROSMITHI THE COOKIE MONSTERS, ZIT. BO BO BRAZIL. BUD WEISER. UNCLE RALPH. OUASIMODO, MATT MCCORMICK, IAN ANDERSON. GOVERNOR RHOADES, T.J.. DAVIS CARRYOUT. RICK BYRD. WMHE, BEAVER CLEAVER, NUDIES. D.D. ONDRUS. RICK. GROUCHO MARX. QUEEN ANN. BRUCE WAYNE. THE TRAILBALZER STAFF. BUSCH. HAYSTACKS CALHOUN. KELLY. 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