Argos Community High School - Dragons Tale Yearbook (Argos, IN)

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V P N H 4 l N w 1 A L Z",-ifixy W ,,., wmmfmvizef W,--' 5 fx -:fm-Y. ' NF A R ik YQ WK: XX in are Q 1' wwx My V rx .AAL .g3fg.gg., VL DECISIONS, DECISIONS, DECISIONS! Elementary students had the opportunxty to see the drfferent Jobs that are avarlable to them by partrcrpatmg rn the Job Jamboree They got to fmd out what rt was l1ke to be a polxceman fxreman and a dental 8S5lStanf Many hlgh school students do not know what they want to be Argos rs therefore grvmg the elementary students a head start by helpmg them learn about varlous occupations at an early age 1 Scott Hammel has fun feedmg a goat at the Job Jamboree what rt rs luke to work on a person s teeth 3 Adam Hlbner models Prreman Jxm Nolm s coat 4 Jason Hrll and Lone Lard pay close atten tion as Robert Stone explarns about hrs semr Opposrte Page 1 Mark Muller watches Chref Walters put hrs walkle talkle away 2 Kerry Harshbarger takes a break from worklng on a quilt 2 -- Pat Monehen shows Heather Clemens 4! OPENING OPENINGXS 13- wu- 1-1 an 'O 'F E E ic L 'I fin-wr' -,ggunq IN SOU D The annual Variety Show was held on November 13 1981 The show was directed by Pamela Huber and Sandra Burroughs The audience enjoyed hu mor music and even a magic act Opposite Page Kevin VanDuyne sings the song He Aint Heavy 2 A girls quartet shows their friendship to each other by singing Side By Side 1 - These young men tell everyone how happy they are to be country boys. 2. - Sharlene Stults steals the hearts of the audi- ence by singing I Honestly Love You. 3 - The new flag girls do a routine with canes to the song of Celebration. 4 - Miss Robbin Lerch the math teacher here at Argos plays 'The Swan on her cello. 5 - Melinda Leffert displays her talents by singing "I am a Promise." 6 - Arnold Shufelt and Rod Miller do a comedy act, joe Schmo. 7 - The clarient trio did a "Soft Shoe Dance." FREEDOM: SPIRIT OPENING! 9 THE 1981 I-IUMECOMIN Q EE IS The 1081 Homecoming crown was placed on the head of Senior Kim Heuer on November 25. Kim Thompson, also a senior, was named first runner- up, Pam Rowe, a junior, was elected second runner- up. The Argos basketball team won the game that evening with a close score of 53-48 against North Miami. 1 -- Second runner-up Pam Rowe poses with escort Tom Mechling. Z -- junior candidate Marilyn Houin asked Mike Alford to accompany her. 3 - Chris Andrews and Tammy McCowen, a sophomore candidate, seem to be very happy. 4 - Angie Thompson, sophomore, and Chris Stults wait for the results. 5 -- john O'Dell and freshman candidate, Robyn Gonzales, are anxiously awaiting the outcome. o ---- Tracy Staner, freshman candidate, and escort Phil Savage enjoy a special moment. Opposite Page The 1981 Homecoming queen and her court are shown here Z Kim Heuer senior walks happily to the center to receive her trophy roses and crown for being chosen as the 1981 Homecoming queen at Argos High School 3 Senior Kim Thompson first runner up shown with her escort Dave Winenger 10!OPENlNC OPENING! 11 Q-Fifa 'Q 54 .ff-1 w , L AQ. .f-if , gs- ' , ,v-Hug K A -we .. .1 .. K fl? ,pn 94" THE REINCARNATIQN OF THE PINK PANTHER I my H , J", ,gil V 0 .: 1 V f A 'T '-'l "T' A gf' QFD J ,fy A A K w ,MA 'ki 2 uv as 6 KRLDS X... Sonia Lynn Alderfer Tracey Sue Carlisle ISXSENIORS John Marcel Davis Michael L99 Beam Donald Lynn Brandt james Lee Carpenter Bruce Allen Casper Connie Mae Dickson Barbara Ann Dimmitt Trisha Lee Dunlap Vickie M. Dunlap Kim Blaine Edmonds yy " 1? if .1 ln , 'Sr 15 .af -un. QQ, X wrt, ,rv f 4' , CV c X L U X A Kip B. Edmonds Lloyd I. Finney Tom Allan Friar ac., ".:1,1f Kimberly Susan Gann Ion J. C-reer ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE SENIORSX 19 CLASS OFFICERS: 1 - Dave Winenger, President. 2. - Mike Beam, Vice-President. 3 - Kim Thompson, Secretary. 4 - Kim Heuer, Student Council. 5 - Lori Stults, Treasurer. 6 - Jim Carpenter and Tina Keefer, Student Council. CLASS MOTTO: Look to Yesterday as a Victory, Today as a Chal- lenge, Tomorrow as a Dream. CLASS COLORS: Light Blue and Yellow. CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation tipped in Center. mm ZOXSENIORS Av QD'- E HO'S IN CHARGE? This year's class officers have a great deal of experience. Six of the seven officers have served two years or more. Together, they make up the Senior Executive Committee. Minor decisions are decided by class vote, but the organization of projects and other decisions are left up to the Committee. . 'Q- P :Nz ,t,.,M..Wt,.swwa,mk , I Q Y. SENIORSX 21 lan O- GTOSSIHGII Christopher Lane Hammond Tom Allen Harley Paul Louis Harrell Darrel L. Hartman Kimberly Rae Heuer 22fSENIORS Paula K. Hollabaugh jeffrey L. Hudspeth Curtis D. Irwin RGCK N' ROLL Scott Allen Jennings Allison Virginia Jones Tina Lucinda Keefer jacquelin Kay Kolar Melinda Jo Leffert Adam Paul Malcolm Charles E. Masterson Michael George McCay SENIORSXZB 1 - Don Brandt gives the smile of a happy Senior. 2 - Pixie Quimby watches john Davis work in Trig class. 3 - Trisha Dunlap and Lisa QBootyJ Quimby root for Purdue. R i . s 1 xii if? 6, -Es! 5 K I! Ti. gr F mi Q S K x S z U gf? if 3 s s sssss s s i issiy ssyr s rrssss 3' Q' S r r ' v sssi Qlw Lwsx 3 --.. 1 . . - r s s m y r f - P . 24fSENIORS 1 - Vickie Dunlap looks forward to hitting the books during study hall. 2 - Randy Norman takes his mind off government to smile for the photographer. 3 - Mike McCay and Kim Edmonds chat in the hall before class. SENIORS TAKE A VANTAGE OP BBREVIATED SCHEDULES SENIORSXZS Rick L. McCoige Q 1 f 5 I Rhonda Lea McCune Brian Allen Mclntire 26fSENIORS Pollyanna Montgomery D0 IT BEST! Randy D. Norman Valerie Kay Overmyer Michelle Denise Parrish Penny Shidler Pletcher 'rr I DEX OF SENIOR ACTI SONIA LYNN ALDERFER, SSS 1, Treas2, Vice Pres. 3, 4, Soph. Class Vice Pres., NHS 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 2, 3, 4, Office Help 1, 3, 4, Spring Musical 2, Cheerleader 1, Tennis 1, 2, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL LEE BEAM, FFA 2, FEA 4, Sr. Class Vice Pres., Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Fall Play 1, Intramurals 3, 4, Dra- ma Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' State Alternate, 3, Homecoming Es- cort 1, 3. DONALD LYNN BRANDT, Pep Club 3, 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musical 4, Drama Club 3, 4. TRACEY SUE CARLISLE, FHA 2, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Co-Editor 3, Year- book Editor, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 2, Newspaper Staff 4, Office Help 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, Girls' State Alternate 3, Girls' Track 1, 2. JAMES LEE CARPENTER, FEA 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Fall Play 2, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BRUCE ALLEN CASPER, FFA 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals LEL3, A4. JOHN MARCEL DAVIS, FFA 1. CONNIE MAE DICKSON, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spring Musical 2, 3, 4. TRISHA LEE DUNLAP, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 2, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, Drama Club 2, 3. VICKIE M. DUNLAP, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, Pe Club 1, 3, 4, News- pa er Staff 4, Librarian 1, 3, Fafl Play 1, 2, Spring Musical 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3. KIM BLAINE EDMONDS, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA 3, Student Council 1, Baskbetball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2. KIP B. EDMONDS, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. LLOYD J. FINNEY, Kitchen Helper 3, 4. TOM ALLAN FRIAR, Band 1, 2, 3, Pe Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, Cross Country 3. KIMBERLY SUSAN GANN, FEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed 2sfSENIORS Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sprin Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama CluB 2, 3, 4. JON J. GREER, Track 1, 2, 3, Forei n Language Club 1, 2, 3, Art gub 1, 2, 3. JAN O. GROSSMAN, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. CHRISTOPHER LANE HAMMOND, Baseball4, Bas- ketball 1, Newspaper Staff 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. TOM ALLEN HARLEY, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. PAUL LOUIS HARRELL, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DARREL L. HARTMAN, Bas- ketball 1, Intramurals 3, Foot- ball 1, 2. KIMBERLY RAE HEUER, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Help 4, Spring Musical 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 1, 3, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Homecoming 1, 3, Homecom- ing Queen 4. PAULA K. HOLLABAUGH, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sprin Musical 1, 2, Girls' Baskeauall 2, Girls' Track 1, Drama Club 3. JEFFREY L. HUDSPETH, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Fall Play 4, Golf 1, 2, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4. CURTIS D. IRWIN, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Spring Musical 2, Intramurals 1, 3, 4. SCOTI' ALLEN JENNINGS, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1. ALLISON VIRGINIA JONES, FHA 3, FEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Year- book Staff 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Dra- ma Club 1, 2, 3, 4. TINA LUCINDA KEEFER, SSS 2, 3, 4, NHS 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Office Help 3, Fall Play 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Drama Club 2, Homecoming 2, 3, Pom Pon Captain 4. JACQUELIN KAY KOLAR, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Librarian 1, 3, 4, Fall Play 1, 2, Girls' Track 1, Dra- ma Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MELINDA JO LEFFERT, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Singin' 16 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, Pom Pons 4, Librarian 1, Fall Play 2, Sprin Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Dra- ma CFub 2. ADAM PAUL MALCOLM, FEA 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, Fall Play 2, 3, Dra- ma Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLES E. MASTERSON, FFA 1, ran Play 1. MICHAEL GEORGE McCAY, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4. RICK L. MCCOIGE, Cross Country 1, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Building Trades Class at Cul- ver 3, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4. RHONDA LEA MCCUNE, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph. Class Sec- retary, Band 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, Pom Pons 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Office Help 2, Cheerleader 1, Tennis 1, 2, 4. BRIAN ALLEN McINTIRE, FEA 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Sin ' 16 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz Band 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, Spring Musi- cal 1, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4. POLLYANNA MONTGOM- ERY, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Office Help 1, Cheerleader 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 1, 2, 4. RANDY D. NORMAN, FEA 3, 4, Sin in' 16 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, Fall Play 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4. VALERIE KAY OVERMYER, SSS 1, FHA 1, 2, FEA 3, 4, Year- book Staff 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Singin' 16 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 3, Sprin Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Vol- leybaH 1, Girls' Track 1, Ten- nis 1, Drama Club 3, 4. MICHELLE DENISE PAR- RISH, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, FEA 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, Tennis 1, 2, Drama Club 2, 3, 4. PENNY LENEE ISHIDLERJ PLETCHER, SSS 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sprin Musical 2, 3. TERRgY GENE POISEL, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Kitchen Hel 1, 2, 3. LISA LYNINIJ QUIMBY, FHA 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3. PIXIE DAWN QUIMBY, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, ITIES Jazz Band 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Fall Play 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2. KIM LuANN REX, SSS 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pe Club 1, 2, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Office Help 4, Fall Play 2, Spring Musical 1, Drama Club 1, 2. RICHARD GLEN RICE, FFA 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. MARSHALL F. ROBB, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Newspaper Staff 4. LORI JEAN ROUSH, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 2, 3, Office Help 4, Drama Club 4, Academic Activists 3. DONALD DAVID JOSEPH SCHAFER, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Intramurals 1, 3, 4. EDWARD MICHAEL SCHNEIDER, FFA 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Intrua- murals 4. KRISTINE ANN SHIVERS, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 3, 4, Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, Tennis 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State Delegate 3. ARNOLD ALLEN SHUFELT, JR., Mixed Chorus 4, Singin' 16 3, 4, Basketball 1, Fall Play 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4. KENNETH MICHAEL SMITH, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. KIMBERLY MAE SMITH, SSS 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 2, SUZETTE M. SMITH, SSS 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspa- per Staff 3, 4, Fall Play 4, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, Girls' Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4. LORI ANNE STULTS, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Fr. Class Treas., Jr. Class Treas., Sr. Class Treas., Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Singin' 16 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 1, Girls' Track 1, Homecomin 1. SHARLENE FAY STULTS, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS Pres. 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, FEA 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, Fall Play 1, 2, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 1, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' State Delegate 3. DANIEL JACOB TAYLOR, FEA 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, Drama Club 2, 3, 4. TRACY LEE THAYER, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Golf 2. MARY T. THOMAS, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Librarian 3, 4, S ring Musical 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 4. KIMBERLY KAY THOMP- SON, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS Re- cording Sec. 3, Fr. Class Vice Pres., Soph. Class Treas, Jr. Class Sec., Sr. Class Sec., FEA 2, 3, 4, FEA President 4, NHS 2, 3, 4, NHS Sec. 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Sec. 3, Band Pres. 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Sin- gin' 16 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 4, Spring Musi- cal 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, Basketball 1, Tennis 2, Homecoming 2, 4, Homecoming First Runner- Up 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Q7 yrs. totalJ, Academic Activist 3, 4, Jr. Leader 2, Majorette 3, 4, Track 1, Girls' State Alternate 3. DENNIS R. TRUMP, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, In- tramurals 2, 3, 4. TAMI KAYE TUCKER, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS Historian 3, FEA 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA Sec. 3, Fr. Class Sec., Jr. Vice-Pres., NHS 2, 3, 4, NHS Vice-Pres. 4, Band 1, 2, Band Sec. 2, Band Publicity 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus Vice Pres. 3, Mixed Chorus Vice Pres. 4, Singin' 16 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pe Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz Band 3, Fall Play 3, 4, Sprin Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Clug 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 ftotal 8 yearsj. ROSE MARIE TUTTLE, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, Yearbook Staff 3, Mixed Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3. TERESA L. WARD, Newspa- per Staff 4, Kitchen Helper 3 4, Student Teacher 3, CHRISTOPHER WILHELM Newspaper Staff 4. DAVID JAMES WINENGER FEA 3, 4, Class Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Sin gin' 16 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4 ep Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz Band 1, 2 Newspaper 3, 4, Fall Play 1, 2 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres, 4 Homecomin Escort 2 4 Boys' State Eelegate 3, 'Co wrote fall play 4, Academic Activist 3, 4, School Improve ment Committee 3, 4. THE MOST LIKELY TO: Have ten kids Tom Friar Shar Stults Marry hisfher steady Tom Friar Kim Heuer Become president Dan Taylor Tami Tucker Become professional athlete Scott Jennings Polly Montgomery Become most talented Ed Schneider Val Overmyer Become most mischievous Mike Beam Vickie Dunlap Become rock and roll star Tom Friar Paula Hollabaugh Become movie star Dave Winenger Polly Montgomery Succeed Dan Taylor Tami Tucker Be put on cover of TIME magazine Arnold Shufelt Polly Montgomery Become a millionaire Jim Carpenter Kim Thompson Become a minister Arnold Shufelt Barb Dimmitt Become bankrupt Randy Norman Paula Hollabaugh WHO IS THE: Class Clown Mike Beam Vickie Dunlap Best Singer Dave Winenger Val Overmyer Best ActorfActress Dave Winenger Val Overmyer Best Dressed Jeff Hudspeth Kim Thompson Best Looking Tom Harley Lori Stults Best Sports Fan Scott Jennings Kim Heuer Most Intelligent Dan Taylor Rose Tuttle Most Talkative Jim Carpenter Penny Shidler Pletchef Most Persistent Jim Carpenter Tami Tucker Most Courteous John Davis Shar Stults Most Friendly Dave Winenger Kim Heuer Most All-Around Dave Winenger Kim Heuer Most Cooprative John Davis Kim Gann WHO HAS THE: Best Smile Tom Harley Tina Keefer Best Imagination Arnold Shufelt Vickie Dunlap Best Sense of Humor Dan Taylor Kim Rex Prettiest Eyes Jeff Hudspeth Kim Thompson Prettiest Hair Tom Harley Barb Dimmitt Nicest Car Tracy Thayer Barb Dimmitt Best Personality Dave Winenger Kim Heuer SENIORSXZO Mary T. Thomas Kimberly Kay Thompson Dennis R. Trump Tami Kaye Tucker Rose Marie Tuttle Teresa L. Ward MAKE THINGS HAPPEN Christopher Wilhelm David james Winenger sENlORSf31 SENIORS SHO MIXED EMCJTICDNS AS GRADUA- TICDN NEARS 1 - Kip Emonds has a Hsuspiciousf' smile on his face. 2 - Look at the profile of Rick Rice. 3 - At our 25th Class Reunion, Arnold Shufelt will be a well- known science fiction writer. SZXSENIORS WWW JR-HI E RCLLS IN SI-IGP AN HOME ECONCJMICS SAM MAHLER DISCOVERS MAYNARDETTE Seventh-grade biology has offered many new and exciting experiences for students. One of these is the dissection of frogs. This gives students first-hand knowledge of the internal organs of a frog. As Sam Mahler found out, this knowl- edge can then be applied to human anatomy, which is similar in many ways to that of a frog. Sam and his lab partner, Chris Lee, had the privilege of dissecting the largest frog in the class. They named it Maynard until they found out that it was a girl, and it then became Maynar- dette. Sam felt that what he learned from the dissection was very useful, especially if he decides to become a veterinarian. When asked what advice he would give to younger students about dissection, Sam responded that they should be care- ful when using the scalpel and also that they should pay attention to the teacher and not work at their own pace. 1 - Sam Mahler and his frog friend enjoy seventh-grade biology class. 2 - Jeff Shivers takes the eighth-grade CAPS test for history. 3 - Jill Hill practices her shading in art. 1 - jerry Stone listens intently to the instructions in shop class. 2 - Rachel Slemons laughs about something in reading. 3 - Rejeana Lowry shows off her skills in P.E, 4 - jeff Tolsen glances up from his work. 5 -- Mike Miller is prepared to have his hair cut by Mrs. Schmidlapp. U f Q. 'W 'Ns hu- ---.--M... , ,MMM .f-"""M" ...W xx., l .af "il -S...,,5,,,,. 1 U i 1"" '-1 " 3 J' M Y A L , ' I -"'T,-,TT--... is tl.-n N' 4169" in., f"" -all - .. nn ll Top - HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS - Left to Right A Row 1 - Tami Tucker, Kim Smith, Teresa Honeycutt, joy Zehner, Melinda Leffert, Melinda Schultz, Stacy Van Dusen, Kim Clann, Kristi Snyder, Darlene Burkholder, Peg- gy Stockberger, Robbin Wilcox, Tammy McCowen, julie Madonna, leanne Drake. Row Z f Brenda tDavisj Harrell, Charlene Taylor, Valerie Overmyer, Lori Stults, Rose Tuttle, Denise Shepherd, Tammy Montague, Paula McGee, Cara Staner, Cathy Leverich, Crystal Bollen- bacher, Kris Parker, jenny Wolf, Reva Hensley, Robyn Shidler. Row 3 4 julie 36fACADEMlCS Cooper, Penny tfihidlerj Pletcher, Kim Heuer, Sharlene Stults, Cathy Snider, Cindy Walls, Ernie Parker, Kevin Van Duyne, jeff Herrin, David Coughenour, Marilyn Daugherty, Barb Dimmitt, Pam Rowe, Susan Cowen, Kim Thompson. Row 4 - Rod Miller, Tim Pletcher, Ar- nold Shufelt, Warren Barlow, Director Sandra Burroughs. Center JR. HIGH CHORUS - Left to Right - Row 1 - Christy Becker, Heather Harley, Michelle Hill, Tonya Leverich, Darla Harrell, Kim Hall, Tracy Hoeffer, Ann Thacker, Linda Van Duyne. Row 2 - Tina Alderfer, Rachel Slemons, Laurie Marks, Renee Brown- ing, jill Hill, Susan Wilhelm, Annette Metcalf, Shawnda Davis, Danita Sheets. Row 3 - Tonia Staner, Della Peterson, Iill Shipley, Lisa Alford, Nancy Leverich, Chris Davenport, Bobbie jo Williams, Sarah Manuwal. Row 4 - Rose Re- dinger, Teresa Miller, Sam Mahler, Shawn Crawley, Brent Hudspeth, Blaine Cooper, Roger Montague, Laura Stone, Paula Wallace, Row 5 - Director Sandra Burroughs, Kenny Nine, Troy Wagergl Kenny Zentz, jim Paterson, Mike Hens- ley, Adrian Case. I ' 2 ' 'N it Top - ELEMENTARY CHOIR - Left to Right - Row 1 - Wayne Case, Richard Shidler, Aaron Jernstrom, Roger Murphy, Tim Zolman, Charlie Redinger, Lee Becker, Warren Schultz, Shawn Thompson, Tony Thompson, Wes Nellans, Bobby Curtis, Ed- die Carter. Row 2 - Tony Houin, Kellie Nolin, Lisa Overmyer, Dana Schee, Melissa Lard, Cheryl Ellis, Nicole Johnson, Carla Cowger, Camma Capes, Shelly Wilhelm, Karla Snyder, Teri Gardner, Marc Young, Brian Trump, Ray Risner. Row 3 - Lonnie Finney, Kerry Eiler, Kirk Bailey, Charles Boonkaw, Jodi Shivers, Mike Susits, Heather Burnett, David Thacker, Joanne Young, Lelia Andrews, Kelly Butler, Peggy Johnson, Jeanne Martens, Jenny Herrin, Lisa Patton, Tammy Crawley, Mike Mechl- ing, John Williams, Jeff O'Dell, Dean Kolar, Craig Davis, James McMichael, Odis Shep- herd, Director Sandra Burroughs. Left - SINGIN' SIXTEEN - Left to Right - Row 1 - Kim Thompson, Melinda Lef- fert, Valerie Overrnyer, Julie Cooper. Row 2 - Lori Stults, Director Sandra Burroughs, Kristi Snyder, Pam Rowe, Tami Tucker. Row .3 - Susan Cowen, Jeff Herrin, Kevin Van Duyne, Arnold Shufelt, Dave Win- enger, Jeanne Drake. Row 4 - Rod Miller, Brian Mclntire, Ernie Parker, Tim Pletcher. CHDIR CONTI UES TD I-IARMDNIZE if .4 F Q V TH PLUS SCIENCE EQUALS SOAP? 1 - Char Taylor and Cathy Snider dis- sect a worm in Biology. 2 - Julie Cooper, Tina Keefer, and Nan- cy Hartman enjoy making soap in a lab in Chemistry. 3 - Jeff Hudspeth discovers the myster- ies of Physics. One of the most interesting labs that the Chemistry class did this year was that of making soap. For centuries, peo- ple have boiled animal fat with the water extract from wood ashes to make soap. Today, however, soap is made by com- bining animal fat and sodium hydroxide. From this lab, julie, Tina, and Nancy learned that soap has several disadvan- tages as compared to detergents. Soap not only gives problems with hard water, but it also causes bathtub rings. The three major areas of science study at Argos include Physics fthe study of matter and energy and their interac- tionsi, Chemistry fthe study of the com- position, structure, and properties of substances and of the transformations that they undergol, and Biology fthe study of plant and animal lifel. Science and Mathematics provide the foundation for many careers - from medicine to computer programming. 1 Y ACADEMICSXBQ 1 - Jana Stauffer and Robyn Gonzalez display flash cards for Spanish I. 2 - Kristi Walters finds that Spanish II homework re- quires a great deal of concentration. 3 - John Davis, while learning Customs of a foreign country, studies his French lesson. 4 - Reva Hensley diligently works at the blackboard. 5 - Bob, Michelle, and Cara share a happy thought. ,M i 2 2 5 THE LANGUAGE OP ART THE ART OI: LANGUAGE 1 - Kim Lattimer, with her "award-win- ning" smile, displays her silk screen print of a rose. 2 - Curt Irwin spends some time think- ing about his project in Art II. 3 - Jeff Brown works carefully at devel- oping his artistic ability by drawing a sketch of Mr. Miller. The language of art has always been expressed by the creativity and imagina- tion of the artist. Kim Lattimer demon- strated her talents in this area when she participated in the regional competition of the Scholastic Art Contest this year. Her entry, which received honorable mention, was a silk screen print of a rose. It was displayed at L.S. Ayres in Scottsdale Mall, along with approxi- mately 4,000 other entries. Kim was the first Argos student ever to win some- thing in this contest. The art of speaking a second language has helped people from different coun- tries to communicate with each other. It has also helped many students receive advanced college credit or credit from pre-testing programs. When Mr. Levi was asked why he felt students enjoyed his class, he responded, "I think students like learning something that they cannot learn in any other class. It is a change of pace from the monotony of required sub- jects that they have had for years." ACADEMICSM1 -gggspvgvsfe l it 1 - Pam Kolar proudly turns in her first term paper to Mrs. Grossman in junior English. 2 - Rich Paton reads "The Pearl" written by John Stein- beck in English I. 3 - Chris Hammond works on his journalism project for the school newspaper. 4 - Claudia Robb, using Todd Kuchel as a model, ex- plains how to cut hair in her speech. IOURNALISM CLASSES WRITE THE NEWS 5, Q if 384 y 1, 1, 1 - Debbie O'Dell finds that giving a speech to her peers is one of life's most difficult tasks, 2 - Jenny Mullaney presents a speech about her poodle, Max. 3 - Julie Curry shares her experiences in camping with the class. 4 - Rhonda Gonzalez demonstrates her hidden talent on the drums in speech class. Entertain, inform, stimulate, and per- suade - these are some types of speech- es. All Argos students must have at least one semester of speech to graduate, along with three years of English and a choice of either journalism, advanced speech, composition, or literature. Rhonda Gonzalez gave her speech to inform on playing the drums. She has played them for four years. She got inter- ested in drums at her prior school band organization. Rhonda owns her own set and plans to play in a country or rock group as her career. E TERTAI I FORM, STIMUL TE, PERSUADE ACADEMICSX43 THE SKELETON OP HISTORY 1 - julie Cooper pauses to smile abo read in her history book. 2 - Bob Zentz reads Newsweek in 3 - Don Schafer concentrates on Wysong has just said. 4 - In economics class, Shar Taylor that supply and demand interact to ut something she has History. something that Mr. doesn't quite believe create market price. WNNHM MM' 'li'-D-.. L . 1 - Marilyn Daugherty looks up from reading her sociology. 2 - Stan Yazel learns the names of his bones in health. 3 - Deb Winters takes a break from her work. Sternum, femur, and xiphoid process - these are the names of some of the bones in the human body. The human skeleton consists of about 206 separate bones of many sizes, shapes, and func- tions. The sophomore health class is re- quired only to memorize the names and locations of about 30 of them. Stan Yazel learned that the living parts of the bone include cartilage cells, bone cells, fibrous connective tissue, blood vessels, and nerves. The nonliving parts are minerals. Stan also learned about the process of ossification, which is the replacement of cartilage with bone and the deposit of minerals in the bony region. Health class has taught students many things from life-saving practices to good nutrition to the prevention of certain diseases. The three social studies classes re- quired for graduation are government, economics, and U.S. History. Govern- ment and economics are taken during a studentfs senior year. In these classes, students learn about our democratic po- litical system and about our capitalistic economic system. In U.S. history, the ju- niors study wars, treaties, presidents, and the Constitution. The elective social studies courses in- clude civics, social problems, and world history. In social problems students tackle such subjects as going steady, marriage, and religion. In civics, stu- dents learn how to handle their responsi- bilities and privileges as U.S. citizens. In world history, students study the various civilizations of man - from the begin- ning of time through the 20th Century, These civilizations are studied in terms of their leadership, economic systems, and contributions to mankind. THE SKELETO CI: YC R BCDY MW ACADEMICSM5 In 1 - Paul Harrell and Mike McCay make a wagon in Ag IV. 2 f Kim Edmonds works carefully at making a feeder. 3 - Dale BIanch's pig peeks out of the basket, Farmers make up about 2.7'Za of America's population, This is why the knowledge gained in the vocational agri- culture class is so important. One of the highlights for the fresh- man and sophomore ag students this year was a visit by Dale Blanch. He gave a talk which enabled the students to see management practices demonstrated on an actual baby pig. Some of the practices shown were giving iron shots, notching ears, clipping needle teeth, and inspect- ing the underlines. The importance of sanitation for disease control was also explained. Dale Blanch received his Bachelor's degree from Purdue University and his Master's degree at Penn State. He was Head Shepherd at Purdue for three years. Mr. Blanch, who is in partnership with jean Wakeland, raises registered Berk- shire hogs and Dorset sheep. Mr. Emenaker remarked that he would like to see more live animal demonstra- tions and true-to-life experiences pre- sented to his classes. The Business Department at Argos High School gained a new teacher - Ginger Calhoun - who taught account- ing this year. The Business Department also acquired a new electronic memory typewriter which can remember up to 8,000 different characters. Students in the Business Department can choose from a wide variety of classes - Typing I, Typing II, general business, Accounting I, Shorthand I, sales, busi- ness law, business English, business math, and secretarial office practice. At Argos, one semester of typing or one credit in typing is a graduation re- quirement. With new developments in word processing and in microcomputers, the AHS graduates will probably use their keyboard skills on their future jobs. lf A-QW -if- ww wt W m xx J. 2 gif, 'gg TX ,Q-this 1 - Melinda Leffert enjoys typing on the Business De- partment's new Adler electronic memory typewriter. 2 - Theresa Ward pauses a moment from working on her income statement in accounting class. Theresa hopes that everything will balance. 3 e- Steve Duff is smiling during a unit test in general business. 4 - Kris Shivers tries very hard to get shorthand dictation at 70 words a minute. BUSINESS STUDENTS LEARN JOB SKILLS ACADEMICSX47 1 - Rock McCoige changes the milling machine bit in metal shop. 2 - Brian Mclntire and Darrell Hartman pull an engine. 3 - Lowell Hollar cleans an engine. 4 - Wendy Carlisle, in her first year in woods, learns how to use the sander and drill. 5 - Ernie Parker replaces the blades on a disc. T' F' .1 lllll f www l Q X, ,, WM M fl Industrial Art classes offer a variety of learning experiences. The different classes available to Argos students in- clude shop, drafting, welding, auto me- chanics, and small engines. One area in metal shop is foundry. Pouring molten aluminum from the fur- nace into the ladle is the first step tPic- ture lj. The molten aluminum from the ladle is then poured into the flash fPic- ture 21. Then after allowing time for it to cool, the flash is separated and the fin- ished project is examined lPicture 35. NACK ON WOOD ACADEMICSM49 OUR BAND HAS GOT 4 - HIGH SCHOOL BAND - Left to Right - Row 1 - julie Cooper, Marcia Clark, Lori Nolin, Sue Smith, Charlene Taylor, Jodie Hartle, Traci Miller, Kris Hudspeth. Row 2 - Marilyn Houin, Lisa Nolin, Nancy Hartman, Kim Thompson, Penny fShidlerl Pletcher, Kim Smith, Kim Gann, Sharlene Stults. Row 3 - Pixie Quimby, Jenny Mullaney, Susan Cowen, Heidi Apple, Pam Wallace, Mary Roush, Dawn Crum, Todd Kanarr. Row 4 - Kristi Snyder, Ka- ren Henry, Warren Barlow, Robyn Shidler, Laura Bash, Lori Stratton, Cindy Walls. Row 5 - Mark Barlow, Dave Trump, Cathy Snider, Leslie Henry, Tami Shidler. Row 6 - julie Curry, Wally Baumgart, Tana Patton, Mike Harley, Jeff Brown. Row 7 - Pam Huber, Director. Row 8 - Chris Stults, Lars Watson, Tim Pletcher, Rhonda Gonzalez, Cindy Clemens, Dar Rosebush, Deb Winters. 1 - Kim Smith works on a difficult run in her music during practice. 2 - Darlene Rosebush keeps the beat going at rehersal. 3 - Mark Barlow and Dave Trump concentrate on matching pitches. THE BEAT is Q 5 4, AA .SL .. 1 - IR. HIGH BAND - Row 1 - Eric McClain, David Mullaney, Scott Lattimer, Roger Grossman, Robert Winenger, Willie Stephens, Linda Van Duyne, Susan Wil- helm. Row 2 - Chris Grossman, Lisa Vana- tor, Bonnie Baltes, jill Shipley, Glenda Mechling, Sarah Manual, Ann Thacker, Bruce Sherman. Row 3 - Rose Redinger, Ruth Mechling, Christy Becker, Rachel Sle- mons, Lauri Grolick, Kim Hall, Bobbie jo Williams. Row 4 - Tina Alderfer, Tracy Patton, Laura Stone, Blaine Cooper, David Solomon, Robert Marchand, jeff Tolson, Lauri Marks. Row 5 - Curt Zolman, Bobby Alford, Ed Risner, Lisa Alford, Theresa Miller, Brenda Lowe, Paula Wallace. Row 6 - Director Pam Huber, Dave Stults, Troy Gates, Mike Miller, jerry Stone, Tim Lee. 2 - Traci Miller practices her flute. 3 - 6TH GRADE BAND - Row 1 - Shelly Wil- helm, jenny Herrin, Cheryl Ellis, Camma Capes, Roger Murphy. Row 2 - Aaron jernstrom, Carla Cowger, David Thacker, Shawn Thompson, Lisa Patton, Heather Burnett. Row 3 - Wes Nellans, Lee Becker, Karla Snyder, Lisa Overmyer. STAY I LI E, GIRLS 1 - Lorri Friar, Sonia Alderfer, and Tammy McC1owen do their routine at the Blueberry Festival Parade in Plymouth, 2 - Cindy Walls smiles while marching in the Tipton Parade. 3 - FLAGS - Left to Right - Cindy Clemens, Julie Cooper, Darlene Rosebush, Kris Hudspeth, Lori Gochenour, Cindy Walls, Pam Wallace, Deb Winters. 4 - POMS - Left to Right - Row 1 - Tina Keefer, Sonia Alderfer. Row 2 - Brenda Harrell, Lorrie Friar, Pam Rowe. Row 3 - Cara Staner, Kim Lattimer, Kristi Walters, Rhonda McCune. Row 4 - Connie Dickson, Kris Shivers, Angie Thompson, Tracy Staner, Rhonda Davis. Row 5 - Tanna Stults, Tammy McCowen, Robbin Wilcox, jerlyn Wilhelm, Peggy Stockberger, Melinda Leffert. l 4... 4. 1 - Kim Lattimer listens carefully to Mrs. Schmidlapp's instructions. 2 - jenny Wolf prepares for another day of sewing in home economics. 3 - Tammy McGowen and Tami Mon- tague go over work sheets in home eco- nomics. Home Economics students can see practical applications of the materials they learn immediately. This is why Mrs. Schmidlapp feels students enjoy Home Ec classes. Home Ec happens to be jenny Wolf's favorite class. From taking this class, she has expanded her knowledge in many areas such as cooking, child develop- ment, housing, budget income, and sew- ing, Some of the things that jenny has sewn this year are a wool plaid skirt, a man's dress shirt, and a blazer. Jenny advised beginning sewers not to work ahead if they think they are doing some- in thing wrong. She suggested that they not be afraid to ask questions as they work. Jenny also encouraged guys to take this course, too, because it will help them if they plan to get married or just live on their own. Home Ec is a good course for everyone to take to prepare them for the future. we f ,I diff' f S A Ai '95 HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS SEW TO GETHER A FUTURE WM . WWW WA-I 9' 'I gl -n-Q-Q l N. ACADEMIC AWARDS 1 - Sonia Alderfer - Home Economics, Office Helper Service 13 yrs.I, 1001, Hon- or Roll Club. Tami Tucker - Director's Award, 100'Z: Honor Roll Club, Hoosier Scholar, F.E.A. Nellie Newhouse Schol- arship, Marshall County Bank Scholar- ship, 1982 Salutatorian. Kim Gann - Ancilla Scholarship. Teresa Ward - Special Assistant Award. Rhonda McCune - 100"Z: Honor Roll Club, ISU Talent Grant. Tracey Carlisle - Year- book Editor, Office Service Q3 yrsj, An- cilla Scholarship. Bruce Casper - Voca- tional Shop. Kip Edmonds - Green- Walnut Young Farmers Scholarship, J.O. Thompson Scholarship. Dave Winenger - School Winner of Century Ill Leader- ship Program, Hoosier Scholar, Firemen Scholarship. Mike Beam - Bethel Schol- arship. Rose Tuttle - American Legion Math Award, 10095 Honor Roll Club, Green-Walnut Young Farmers Scholar- ship, State Exchange Bank Scholarship, ISU Academic Scholarship, Woods Scholarship, 1982 Valedictorian. Mi- chelle Parrish - Spanish Award, Short- hand Award, Leeper Scholarship. 2 - Robyn Shidler - Girls' State. Becky Norman, Algebra I. Charlene Taylor - Most Improved fBandJ, Geometry, Biol- 54f ACADEMICS ogy. Connie Detwiler - Advanced Typ- ing. Pam Rowe - Algebra Il, Girls' State. Kim Lattimer, Art I. Bob Zentz - School Science. Mike Alford - Boys' State. Alan Palmer - Boys' State. 3 -- Mike McCay - Outstanding Senior in Agriculture, American Legion Citizne- ship Award, Kim Thompson - john Philip Sousa Award, School Winner of U.S. Senate Youth Program, DAR Award, 5 years Perfect Attendance, F.E.A. Nellie Newhouse Scholarship, Fir- emen Scholarship, American Legion Citizenship Award. Not Shown -- Pixie Quimby - Marine Band Award, 5 years Perfect Attendance. Valerie Overmyer - Beatrice I. Goss Scholarship, Arion Award, Director's Award,F.E.A. Nellie Newhouse Scholarship, Ball State Musi- cal Honor Award. Ed Schneider - Art II Award, Most Valuable Staffer in Jour- nalism. Jeff Hudspeth - American Le- gion Science Award. John Davis - 5 years Perfect Attendance. Dan Taylor - French Award, Calvin College Scholar- ship. Lisa Nolin - District Winner of Oddfellows and Rebekahs United Na- tions Pilgrimage for Youth. Kristi Sny- der - State Winner of Oddfellows and Rebekahs United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth. Tony Stone - State Winner of Oddfellows and Rebekahs United Na- tions Pilgrimage for Youth. Lori Roush - United Auto Workers Scholarship. Office Helper Service Awards - Susan Cowen, Mary Roush, Kim Rex, Kris Shivers. Tina Keefer - 10070 Honor Roll Club, Edwin J. Bashe Scholarship. Su- zette Smith - 10096 Honor Roll Club. Scott Jennings - I.O. Thompson Schol- arship Alternate, Manchester College Garber Memorial Scholarship. julie Coo- per - Girls' State. 1 H ' P , UL... J I I I .... STUDE T HELP DDS TO SCHDOL EFFICIENCY 56X GROUPS Top - OFFICE GIRLS - Left to Right - Row 1 - Kim Heuer, Tracey Carlisle, Sonia Alderfer, Susan Cowen, Row 2 - Kim Rex, Brenda Davis, Lori Roush. Center - KITCHEN HELP - Left to Right - Row 1 - Warren Barlow, Theresa Ward, Josuah Mahler, Cindy Walls, Leslie Henry, Melody BonDurant. Row 2 - Lloyd Finney, Tom Friar, Todd Kanarr, Troy Crum, David Coughenour, Chris Stults. .. I Y "f.d-1.51" Ir'- Top - SECOND SEMESTER LIBRAR- IANS AND OFFICE GIRLS - Left to Right - Dede Tuttle, Becky Cripe, Arnold Shu- felt, Sherry Hill, Mary Roush, Kris Shivers. Center - LIBRARIANS - Left to Right - Row 1 - Laurie Statton, Angie Rospopo, Mary Thomas, Lisa Quimby, Trisha Dun- lap, jeff Starkey, Laurie Everage, julie Ma- donna. Row 2 - Alan Palmer, Michelle Par- rish, Allison jones, Frances Andrews, Paula Wallace, jackie Kolar, Pam McCoy, Rhonda Davis, Sherry Hill. Being an office girl, librarian, or kitchen helper is not all that easy. Each position involves duties and responsibilities which have to be done. The library helpers have to shelve and face books, check out books, put cards in elementary books, make sure the checkout desk is clear, keep track of students running in and out of the library, and check student passes. Student librarians do lots of alpha- betizing in the card catalog and in the book L., checkout file. The office helpers do many things - an- swering the phone, picking up and record- ing attendance, giving messages to the fac- ulty and students, counting money, and dis- tributing mail. The kitchen helpers serve the lunch. Some students work in the dishroom where they sort silverware, run it through the dish- washer, and put it away. GROUPS! 57 ' t :zip s I J J -u. Top - FUTURE EDUCATORS - Left to Right - Row 1 - Kim Thompson, Presi- dent, Connie Detwiler, Valerie Overmyerp Marilyn Houin, Kristi Snyder, Kim Gann. Row 2 - Mike Beam, Jeff Hudspeth, Dan Taylor, Arnold Shufelt, Dave Winenger, Kris Shivers, Michelle Parrish, Sharlene Stults, Lori Roush, Allison Jones, Barb Dim- mitt, Tami Tucker. Row 3 - Brian Mcln- tire, Karen Henry, Nancy Hartman, Bob Zentz, Jeff Starkey, Pam Rowe, Cindy Clem- ens, Robbin Wilcox, Denise Shepherd, Cara Staner, Tracy Staner. Row 4 - Julie Curry, Cathy Snider, Jeanne Drake, Lisa Nolin, Marilyn Daugherty, Julie Cooper, Laurie Everage. Row 5 - Mitzi Risner, Pam Wal- lace, Mary Roush, Darlene Rosebush, Kris Hudspeth, Charlene Taylor, Lori Nolin, Cindy Walls, Kristi Walters, Leslee Henry. Row 6 - Tony Stone, Randy Norman, Jeff tj, 4 5 . gf Herrin, Jon Eby, Bob Powell, Boyd Holla- baugh, Scott Jennings, Adam Malcolm, Jim Carpenter. Center - SUNSHINE SOCIETY - Row 1 - Lori Stults, Sue Smith, Kris Hudspeth, Kim Heuer, Julie Cooper, Sharlene Stults, Pam Rowe, Marilyn Houin, Angie Thomp- son, Wilma Doll - Sponsor, Diane Dobrzy- kowski - Sponsor. Row 2 - Lori Roush, Mary Thomas, Pixie Quimby, Tami Tucker, Michelle Parrish, Kris Shivers, Tina Keefer, Polly Montgomery, Paula Hollabaugh. Row 3 - Penny Pletcher, Kim Smtih, Trisha Dunlap, Vicki Dunlap, Connie Dickson, Jeanne Drake, Denise Shepherd, Marilyn Daugherty, Robbin Wilcox, Jenny Wolf, Cara Staner, Brenda Harrell, Pam McCoy. Row 4 - Melinda Leffert, Jenny Mullaney, Connie Detwiler, Karen Henry, Nancy Hartman, Robyn Shidler, Cindy Clemens, , f 5 Y . Lisa Nolin, Sonja Thacker, Lisa Williams Row 5 - Peggy Stockberger, Sherry Hill Cathy Snider, Jill Kruzick, Pam Wallace Reva Hensley, Cindy Walls, Deb Winters Darlene Rosebush, Kim Lattimer, Michell4 McKinney. Row 6 - Leslee Henry, Dawr Crum, Tammy McGowen, Kristi Walter Mitzi Risner, Lori Nolin, Charlene Taylo Mary Roush, Kristi Snyder, Deb O'Dell Tanna Stults, Mindy Scheetz. Row 7 - Lau rie Stratton, Laura Bash, Tammy Shidle Kris Parker, Susan Cowen, Darla McCunj Traci Miller, Marcia Clark, Tammy Depoy Barb Davis. Row 8 - Paula McGee, Tracj Staner, Laura Reece, Tana Patton, Rhonda Davis, Lorrie Friar, Robyn Gonzalez, Jodis Hartle. Row 9 - Stacy Van Dusen, Cathj Leverich, Jana Stauffer, Jerlyn Wilhelm, Ju lie Hartman, Frances Andrews, Angie Ro spopo, Janelle Thayer. Top - PEP BLOCK - Left to Right - Row 1 - R. Gonzalez, R. Hensley, C. Taylor, L. Stults, K. Snyder, M. Houin, D. Winters, J. Drake, J. Stauffer, Missing - K. Heuer. Row 2 - I. Hudspeth, D. Taylor, D. Win- enger, R. Norman, T. Keefer, K. Shivers, K. Gann, L. Roush, V. Overmyer, S. Stults, A. jones, M. Parrish, S. Smith, S. Alderfer, R. McCune, K. Thompson, T. Tucker, T. Car- lisle. Row 3 - J. Grossman, T. Harley, I. Carpenter, B. Mclntire, P. Quimby, L. Quimby, T. Dunlap, V. Dunlap, R. Tuttle, L. Nolin, K. Henry, N. Hartman, B. Dimmitt. Row 4 - T. Thayer, P. Harrell, B. Casper, R. Rice, D. Schafer, L. Everage, C. Clemens, R. Shidler, P. Rowe, J. Cooper, M. McKinney, M. Scheetz, A. Thompson, K. Lattimer, D. O'Dell, C. Walls. Row 5 - J. Stauffer, C. Carlisle, R. Wilcox, J. Wolf, G. Snider, M. Shultz, J. Mullaney, D. Harrel, P. Wallace. M. Roush, D. Rosebush, K. Hudspeth, T. Stults, L. Nolin. Row 6 - R. Jones, T. Mechling, M. Daugherty, B. Burnett, L. Henry, D. Crum, M. Risner, R. Gonzalez, M. Clark, T. DePoy, B. Davis, P. Stockberger, T. McGowen, K. Walters. Row 7 - L. Watson, M. Harley, R. Miller, D. Overmyer, J. Thayer, L. Reece, T. Patton, W. Carlisle, D. Burkholder, V. Dille. Row 8 - K. Parker, S Van Dusen, C. Bollenbacher, F. Andrews, T. Rosebaum, J. Hartman, I. Curry, J. Wilhelm, L. Gochenour, L. Friar, J. Hartle, L. Stone, P Wallace. Row 9 - J. Hill, R. Browning, V Shufelt, L. Rosebaum, W. McGowen, B Lowe, G. Mechling, A. Kuchel, B. Cripe, j Narramore, R. Slemons, C. Becker, L. Van- Duyne, T. Hoeffer. Row 10 - D. Tuttle, R. Leffert, T. Couch, T. Patton, D. Mullaney, K Hall, S. Manual, B. Baltes, H. Harley, T Miller, R. Redinger, L. McFarland, S. Davis mm MTZM UP aggqsjl' VVVV 7 gm .,,. L I' ji J A Vw 'vfei .. A3 - f.. V if , --is-"rt 5 ,... . V gn "" ' ,,,. Row 11 - R. Davis, B. Williams, L. Alford, S. Cowen, C. Davenport, 1. Shipley, T. Mill- er, L. Myers, N. Savage. D. McCune, T. Al- derfer, V. Kitch. Left - Announcer Danny Dawson gives questions to Char Taylor and Kim Heuer during the Family Feud while Darla McCune waits to add up the points. Center - Robyn Gonzalez seems to be ex- cited about joining Sunshine Society. Right - Here is the winning Sectional Post- er entered by the Senior class. SCHGDL SPIRIT GROU PS!59 Top - FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA - Row 1 - Left to Right - Marshall Robb, Scott Jennings, Kip Edmonds, Paul Harrell, Mike McCay, Bruce Casper, Kim Edmonds, Jan Grossman, Don Schafer, Rick Rice, Ter- ry Poisel, Kenny Smith. Row 2 - Norm Leverich, Terry Cowger, Kevin Williams, Tom Mechling, Ernie Parker, Brian Burnett, Randy Jones, Wally Baumgart, Darrell Eiler, Mike Emenaker, Sponsor. Row 3 - Todd 60f GROUPS Kuchel, Warren Barlow, Tim Pletcher, Shawn Doody, Mark Barlow. Row 4 - Da- vid Coughenour, Bill Stults, Troy Crum, Tom Overmyer, Melinda Schultz, Heidi Ap- ple, Claudia Robb, Jay Crum, Tim Cowger. Row 5 - Bela Heinzman, Mike Quimby, Rod Miller, Michelle McKinney, Mike Den- nie, Jim Hartman, Brent Shepherd. Row 6 - Shawn Harley, Dan Williams, David Spohn, Jeff Pritchett, Jon Thacker. Center - FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - Left to Right - Row 1 - Marilyn Daugherty, Rose Tuttle, Connie Detwiler, Tammy Montague, Brenda Davis, Robbin Wilcox, Row 2 - Sharlene Stults, Mary Thomas, Michelle Parrish, Lori Roush, Vicki Dunlap, Connie Dickson, Tri- sha Dunlap, Kim Rex, Lisa Quimby. Row 3 - Jenny Wolf, Teresa Honeycutt, Pam Mc- Coy, Denish Shepherd, Cindy Clemens, Laurie Everage, Jeanne Drake, Cara Staner. Row 4 - Jenny Mullaney, Mitzi Risner, Deb Winters, Peggy Stockbergex, Tammy McGowen, Angie Thompson. Row 5 - Rhonda Davis, Janelle Thayer, Frances An- drews. E if YV My , 'lv v Upper Left - STUDENT COUNCIL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Tina Keefer, Kristi Snyder, Kim Heuer, President, jim Carpen- ter, Vice President. Row 2 - Jeanne Drake, Charlene Tayor, Pam Rowe, Brian Burnett. Row 3 - Tana Patton, Mike Harley, Doug Overmyer, Keith Dunlap. Row 4 -- Tracy Hoeffer, Paula Wallace, Becky Cripe. Row 5 - Tim Thompson, jeff Tolson, Sherry Shi- pley. Upper Right - NATIONAL HONOR SO- X D it K I s J-K CIETY - Left to Right - Row 1 - Dan Taylor, Tami Tucker, Kim Thompson, Tina Keefer. Row 2 - Connie Detwiler, Nancy Hartman, Sonia Alderfer, julie Cooper, Rose Tuttle. Row 3 - Lisa Nolin, Pam Rowe, Marilyn Houin. Center Left - Connie Detwiler gives jon Eby a heart in the FHA Mr. lrresistable Con- test. Center Right - FFA President, Mike McCay, poses with the FFA Sweetheart, So- nia Alderfer. FH SPONSORS MORP ANCE 60fCROUPS 1982 YE RBODK STAFF MEETS ALL DE DLINES 62fGROU PS Top - Kristi Walters and Tammy McC1owen dress up as Martians to promote yearbook sales at Open House. Center - YEARBOOK STAFF - Row 1 - Michelle Parrish, Lori Roush, Mary Thom- as, Dave Winenger, Lori Stults, Valerie Overmyer, Tracey Carlisle, Robyn Shidler, Kim Gann. Row 2 - Allison Jones, Laurie Everage, Clay Carlisle, Jeanne Drake, Cindy Clemens, lulie Madonna, Lisa Nolin, Nancy Hartman, Marcia Clark, Darlene Rosebush. Row 3 - Tammy McGowen, Leslie Henry, Kristi Walters, Alan Palmer, Jay Stauffer, Mike Beam, Jeff Starkey, Bob Zentz, Mi- chelle McKinney, Linda Weaver, Sponsor. it? f V y Q af 7 4' Left - YEARBOOK AD SALES STAFF - Left to Right - Row 1 - Bob Zentz, jeff Starkey. Row 2 - Valerie Overmyer, Kim Gann. Row 3 - Lori Stults, Kim Heuer. Row 4 - Connie Detwiler, Lisa Nolin. Row 5 - Jay Stauffer, Mike Beam. Row 6 - Jeanne Drake. Upper Right -- Tracey Carlisle, the 1982 Dragon's Tale Editor, looks up from her work on layout and design for the next deadline. Center Right - Robyn Shidler is thinking very hard about some idea for the Academic Section. She is the 1982 Dragon's Tale Co- Editor. GROUPSX63 A A QA 64! GROUPS SHO "BIZ" Top Left - Bob Zentz looks very angry in his role as Papa Sahn. Top Right - Dave Winenger disguises himself as a stewardess. Center - DRAMA CLUB - Left to Right - Row 1 - Arnold Shufelt, Valerie Over- myer, Dave Winenger, Dan Taylor, Pam Rowe, Allison jones, Jeff Hudspeth, Brian Mclntire. Row 2 - Shar Stults, Pixie Quimby, Bob Zentz, Mary Thomas, Mi- chelle Parrish, Kris Shivers, Mary Roush, Tami Tucker, Kim Gann. Row 3 - Karen Henry, Lisa Nolin, Nancy Hartman, Pam McCoy, Robyn Shidler, Connie Detwiler, Denise Shepherd, Laurie Everage, Jeanne Drake, Cara Staner. Row 4 - Mitzi Risner, jenny Mullaney, Dar Rosebush, Lori Nolin, Kris Hudspeth, Deb Winters, Kim Lattimer, Kristi Snyder, Susan Cowen. Row 5 - Me- linda Schultz, Cathy Snider, julie Curry, Dawn Crum, Leslee Henry, Traci Miller, Mark Bauman, Don Brandt. Row 5 - Ran- dy Norman, jay Stauffer, Mike Beam, jim Carpenter, Adam Malcolm, Tony Stone. E-:opus 66f PEOPLE Mike Alford Bill Bailey Mark Barlow Wally Baumgart Melody BonDurant Ieff Brown Brian Burnett l Clay Carlisle Cindy Clemens Deb Camper Julie Cooper Terry Cawger Marilyn Daugherty Brenda Davis Cannie Detwiler Iackie Doudy Shawn Doody Ieanne Drake Michelle Duncan Garry Eby Ion Eby Darrell Eiler Laurie Everage Nancy Hartman Karen Henry Boyd Hollabaugh Teresa Honeycutt Marilyn Houin Randy Jones Cordon King Pam Kolar Norm Leverich julie Madonna Greg Mcfloige Pam McCoy Tom Mechling Steve Mullaney Lisa Nolin Alan Palmer Ernie Parker Tim Pletcher Bnb Powell ., , A, flu Q Z Qi' ff , W l VV - E . li Y,Q?VQ 25 N my-, wwf Q V , J H M .jg :..4f-5,4 4 ,L Riff- gr, 4 125 ' V fig '2?""1 .52-ie, V f 1,4-' , V, V V, - E Y WA, V A Q , l N ab. WA V 'V"' 'Vi " J 5 , V . aaa., ' "Lg lg, flf H'9g75?1a,' , Za, 14531, :Zi F 4' 1 J 1 5 , , sf f I XV K E W it 9 Q '7 'f TERM P PERS ARE LMGST TERMINAL PCR JU IORS aj! we -uf , oo QF li! Q gg LR H is Al -1 Y I janell Prochno lack Redman Pam Rowe Wade Sheets Denise Shepherd Robyn Shidler Cara Staner jeff Starkey lay Stauffer Sonja Thacker Dave Tuttle Dennis Walls Robbin Wilcox Kevin Williams Lisa Williams jenny Wolf Fred Young Bob Zentz Lower Left - Jeff Brown takes being a ju- nior as a very serious matter. Center - Marilyn Houin studies French I as par! of her college prep course. Lower Right --W Norm Leverich grins as if he has just accomplished something very mis- chievous. PEOPLE! 67 Chris Andrews Heidi Apple Warren Barlow Mark Bauman Marcia Clark David Coughenour Tim Cowger Dawn Crum Troy Crum Julie Curry Barb Davis Frank Davis Mike Dennie Tammy Depoy Steve Duff jeff Gibbons Rhonda Gonzalez Dana Harrell Beia Heinzmann Leslee Henry Reva Hensley Sherry Hill Lowell Hollar Kris Hudspeth Todd Kuchel Kim Lattimer Josh Mahler Clyde Manuwal Tammy McGowen Michelle McKinney Ed McMichael ,lon Miller Rod Miller Tammy Montague Janice Mullaney Lori Nolin Deb O'Dell Doug Overmyer Tom Overmyer Janice Personette Mike Quimby Mitzi Risner 4 J , Z 915 V69 rlvnxz .jiflq 'nf , iw-e M A 1 -1 I 7 I M i n V W! ivy' ,,,, ,. h 1 ' It sf W 2 14413. :ww J i X f ,Z 'M , A W 1 f C, M fy ilu. 1 , fm Vail dam Y A J a X LL.,, x . 3. K+-Y Q Y E N gg NNN .Ps - .if .w-P, P :aff S X ar X3 5? '25 I . lg f' fr xi fl MET.. Hifi M: we 2 . 1 Sf. Q .. Xa: i fi. ,jigs ,V R . , X kfjpf lf vi fx it ,.5. s 1. ig :gmt . g.. fx f 1-.Vx .- . , gqgggthk b f .. . ..,,. . . , , v, lm. - ,--- - if ,:1 f Q X 1 , i my x X Y' W Ni' 5 2 gig: Claudia Robb K m Darlene Kdkbush Marylloush k f Me1ind3i5chet!t2L L Melinda Schultz, Cath? Snider V K i V Kristi Snyzierng- Peggy 'Stockberger Tony Stone h Bill 'Stults Chris Stults Tanna Stuits 1 Y Dbnise Statler 2 Rick 'Susits L V m Charlene Tayicr , Mark Thomas AngieKTi1ompson' Dave Trump Kevin VanDuEym-3 Pam Walkacek L Cindy Walls f Kriagi Waiters L Lars Watscm ' f Dgiywinters L ' Stagiifaael Lisailehngr , . Loivefleft -Q Deb Win ters and Darlene Rasa bush are, happy to be Sophomiares, glydwer' Right 9-1 on Miller works very: hard on his math Tassxgn ment' ' , K Steve Albright Frances Andrews Laura Bash Crystal Bollenbacher Rick Bowen Darlene Burkholder Dennis Calhoun Doug Calhoun Wendy Carlisle Robert Couch Susan Cowen David Crum Jay Crum Ronda Davis Vicki Dille Keith Dunlap Scott Dunlap John Ely Lorrie Friar Andy Gibbons Lori Gochenour Robyn Gonzalez Shawn Hanley Mike Harley Shawn Harley Don Harrington Jodie Hartle jim Hartman Julie Hartman Jeff Herrin Karen Hooker Cathy Leverich Chris Masterson Sandi McCoy Darla McCune Paula McGee Traci Miller Becky Norman John O'Dell Kris Parker Mike Parrish Richard Paton 70X PEOPLE - Q -ZZ V g ' v . Y -ve. L, V, Q 9 . xv- .Q i, W A ,fyyiyaga ,, , ref .,,,- , r 9 E Q: ' ,,,, ' S' , ' aari , C in V yy ,arr WA W in ga we 7, fiil e x Qi A A ".: f',, .'1' r li? 2 k l ' W 'W l wg, . 1 l fe . W . C4 ,gf an. , ' i 5 ' L' E ' """ A' J iff 3 ra 'A ,yyw Vyygi .,,.,, I , V, . 1 i 4 li WM llll C FRESHMEN P.E. CLASSES G0 BOWLING I ROCHESTER 4' Wg' mr' is at J ' W' Ji 'E -K I 2 J J ,. ' - ' 'L a fi, nr- ef ' mm aw , Q, ' H Kita.: X.:-3 Z ,K .my . i as is -im P ., e :ls rife rr,-ff N. im - is -f - f JT' v.""' N Q A OW , Z 3 U i g S-. iw wx' is 4 L A 4' . 5 fig. , it ll: ' lt-...fC"..-'-1 53 K Q 'f ' ,J we ,t . " A! 8 bl a eq r at -E ! A Tana Patton Jeff Pritchett Laura Reece Tawnya Rosebaum Angie Rospopo Phil Savage Brent Shepherd Tamera Shidler Brad Snyder Dave Spohn 'lf racy Staner Jana Stauffer Lori Stratton Cindy Sumey Jon Thacker Janelle Thayer Stacy Van Dusen Jim Verrnillian Jerelyn Wilhelm Dan Williams Janice Wright Joy Zehner Lower Left - Jerelyn Wilhelm and Jana Stauffer show their school spirit. Center - One of the Calhoun twins smiles for the camera. Lower Right - Tracy Staner studies hard during class. PEOPLE! 71 Tina Alderfer Robert Alford Christy Becker Renee Browning Chayne Butler Tamara Couch Shawn Crawley Becky Cripe Tammy Flowers Troy Gates Roger Grossman Damon Harrell Mike Hartog Shawn Harville jill Hill Tracy Hoeffer Brent Hudspeth Brian Jennings Vicki Kitch Nate Johnson Angie Kuchel Chris Lacher Tim Lee Ronda Leffert A if VM 'L W I V .If , ,in if 5 W fy f f f Q s if Q1 afar ag, 43 9,2 W Z' V , ,, Q! af v S., I 5 1 , , ,I -0, 5 ,gimp , , 1 , X I V I ' ' L A S S M, Sai? V W f, A2 M' ' me 'fa , ff EEZ W ,,, ! -2. in z aw A 47 , 4 I Eff , W , .Nancy Levericlf Brenda Lowe Wendy McGowan Glenda Meclmling Ruth Mechling Michael Miller Lora Myers Jesse Novitzke JoEtta Overmyer Michael Overmyer Tracy Patton Della Peterson Steve Powell Ed Risner Lisa Rosebaum Natalie Savage Danita Scheetz Bill Shipley Ronald Shireman Jeff Shivers Mike Shufelt Vanessa Shufelt Rachel Slemons jerry Stone Laura Stone Joseph Taylor Ann Thacker Todd Shorter Trusty Henderson Dade Tuttle Linda Van Duyne lim Van Gieson Paula Wallace .lohnna Williams Edward Willyercl Robert Winenger Kenny Zentz Curt Zoleman 72f PEOPLE I V,,7 ff -. f A 1,f ,fff gy: - Y? 3519 QQ if ' . , gm' ,:.w': 'agf,: A S a i l o ,. , , ,5,l , ,gf V ,, ,o,, 4 , vw 25? 55 " , 5 f fe , ' f if M- . ,ffgf ,V , .4 If ,V ,M Q , , ' f 5. 1 ,, uf 1' f' ' ' , - ' , -. , ' fLe:,,,si?e2ff,, . , N , , 57, 1 1 l 1 4'.,m, , - 5 1 , W , a e nl. Z I .Q 3 . 'J ' Q f mln it L AV ? f' ,.,., ,M IA A a,i 'f fliii "'i 'S ' 1- 4 i'l I ' . N., 51 H , f 'fl as XL-" -vf, Z if, , -": "" 3 ' f W ' ' 'P A' 'Af l Km 2 fo' '4'lV if 1 lldal i ddle , A in iill D J 0 ji: ff A! PREP RE POR - CLASSES A zif' Siil V M 1 V af, :V 4 M 1 e w Jqz, Vfik .,n,,, X av. 5, 6 . 1-, K L .xl I-iv! v ' Q , X , 'Qf I 5 NZ . V X A ,, ixkri .1 V If N I, . ' , - 'Y ',,. 1' , .4 ,Q L 4 ' ' 'Elf'-' b 'D ,. , 4 ,,, IFVIY 1 in , , ,.,g,,, fir 'K ' W ai M A . 6 yyey yyia x 4 1 h ' S I i ' a Q 7 , ,A f V A v 1 A ,. V ' 153 M1 41 2 S y K .,"J , M ' K 1 3 L 'L S ' SQ lx.. ' -4 1 :Ag way .,, vb I f A ., ., 2 ffv, 5' ,.4 izf ii . - 'F if gf L? if lx X i Jig.. My I I, J f Y . VV i , Q A . Ex M it K 5' y . G 1 N 5 y I A Llfgwy 1 lx E XT, . N in-N ri , J A fw,a,fgr Q i ' Z. .M V , fr' Lf V' A lx 2: l I lg A J JM Z ' if A V' In Vi I ,, J W' IZ? I L N is L L , y I f 4 L i is , Vi. D , A . V V : 1 -I f , b y ' ,, 3 A , iii' fe? :NJ S if S fi ii er ' ' ' iii 4 5, V ei ' nf il L ' 1 A ,ra I 'lm 3575i he Lisa Alford Kip Bailey Bonnie Baltes Adrian Case Blaine Cooper Christine Davenport Shawnda Davis Brent Detwiler jim Doody Chad Eber ' Richard .Eby Lewis Finney Chris Grossman Kim Hall Heather Harley Darla Harrell Mike Hensley Michelle Hill Renee Hill Scott Lattimer Chris Lee Tonya Leverich Sam Mahler Sarah Manual Robert Marchand Laurie Marks Eric McClain Mike McCoy Laurie McFarland Anette Metcalf Theresa Miller Roger Montague David Mullaney Kenny Nine James Paterson Dale Peterson Rose Redinger Bruce Sherman Jill Shipley Mark Shufelt David Solomon Tonia Staner Willie Stephens David Stults Tim Thompson Jeff Tolson Lisa Vanator Joann Vermillion Left - Troy Wa- gers, Susan Wil- helm, Bobbie Io Williams Vicki Kitch pauses to pose for the cam- era while doing her homework. PEOPLE! 73 Randy Adkins Leila Andrews Kirk Bailey Lee Becker Charles Boonkaw Heather Burnett Kelly Butler Camma Capes Eddie Carter Wayne Case Carla Cowger Tammy Crawley Bobby Curtis Craig Davis Paul Dietl Kerry Eiler Cheryl Ellis Lonnie Finney Terri Gardner Jennifer Herrin Tony Houin Ricky Hurley Aaron Jemstrom Nicole Iohnson Peggy johnson ,lowanna Keene Dean Kola: Melissa Lard Tiffany Long Jeanne Martens james McMichael Mike Mechling Roger Murphy Wes Nellans Kellie Nolin Jeff O'Dell Lisa Overmyer Lisa Patton Charles Redinger Ray Risner Dana Schee Warren Schultz Cdis Shepherd Richard Shidler Jodi Shivers Karla Snyder Michael Susits David Thacker Shawn Thompson Tony Thompson Brian Trump Joyce Vermillion Shelly Wilhelm John Williams Tim'Zo1man Kellie Nolin finds her reading humor- ous. 74X PEOPLE Www I ,, ,W I 11 "" w, ,,,. I f , if f W: , 5, f ,,,. -r vi vp get l H in 1 X, QQ Q ' V Q Q ri ll ii 2 'e'i',', 'Z ,si 5 iiiinv A ' ' J 1 haf +iizmF'gl'g'vw Alfa: img lr wg -r 5, sg Q., g r 2 V M M V 4 Q f a f ' ,. , .r 7451 i 'ilrg f . 73 32 L -A , f f 1 K K A . f 1 ' l I ,wi v I ,fi 2, f, l 14 .,4- , H, 4 'ff , 4 T F25 7 f Q2 1 EQ, 2 gi iv " , , J ,,,, ,,, 5 V,V.,, V I H M 1 6 ' li fe "f l i 4 . ii vf""""--4 ' .flex 2- f I" ,ff , ' 'k'f " I , 3 K VS! f f V1 ' '- ' 1 - ., 'f'V ' V lffff ide ' 4 ' f ' ' ' ' 77 ' 7315? ' if , ,, W 2, si I' , , ' ' '- ' V , f f ' . i W ,V K' K' Y g 1, qi I ,' Wi ,Q 1 7 ' , f. V k' f, ,M ' 2 lfl p q., ,3 ' l, Q an f-'Q 5 W ff? i i 3 f if 25 SIXTH GR 1 ioro ,,,, 2 i'ir DE 2:4 'arg , V. 7' gk QW wi Elaql H, 5 jijii ,fbi 2 1 529 y wg, ' . pig " ' A ,: .V .5 . M. H ,X V' N sw , H-we . 'Wm M, Hr, I M 3,,,f,f ' W , ii, i f, . ,ii f V ,V f EW " Jw .v J AS 'z 1? if 4 V19 5 ri- .rs H U an , TILT' ui ,puv ' -.ii 4 fi Lisa Alderfer Lora Alderfer Tony Ault Rocky Ballinger Karen Baltes Billy Barbour Eric Barlow An i Becker Ant ony Boulas Chris Butler Esther Castleman Kim Crow y Pam Davenport Travis Denney Melissa Depoy Tracy Dickson John Deitl Tammy Ellis Greg Grossman Teri Harley Doug Harshbarger Terry Hattie Brice Hensley ohanna Hoeffer Steve u speth Billy Johnson Brian Johnson Matt Krom T Gina I..aVanway Bobby Lowry Ioy Mahler Marty Martin jennifer McKinney Marla Mclntire David Metcalf Ted Middleton Tina Montague Amy Newman Chad Ovennyer Wiley Powell Peggy Rickman Lori Rosebaum Richie Rospopo Tammy Savage Sandy Shipley Shelley Singrey Mike Smith Doug Stevens Joey Stone jeff Thompson Michelle Thomas Tanya Troyer Debbie Trump Jennifer Trump John Vanator Koby Van Dusen Kim Walters Lori Weston jeff Thompson is enjoying his class. PEOPLE! 75 Candy Bash Lawrence Bender 'Kathy Brock ' Lagiie Brown Tina Case L jackie Clemans , Deanna Cooper Denise Coo r ' cry nay 5:eve Dierl K Brian Dille W Troy Dunlap Leah Eley Connie Eilis jamie Flory Carrie Gardner Carmen Gates Jodi Grossman Bryan Hail Keliy Hanley V Nicoie Heinzman , Troy E-Iihner Gina Holiar 'Evei n Hurie Harry In nson Lesli Lappin lee Leffert Michael Leverich Abby Manuwal Michelle Marchand , Shannon Marks c i lvi awn 1 er ' Richard Montague Amy Mmris ,Iaime Mullaney Kirk Nellans Keith Norman Sarah K Norman, VV nay ersonette ' Sonya Ray , K Brian Reece V Bmoks Rhodes' Jayson Richardson Randy Statler Andy ihee , Chris Thomas Karra Thompson Dale Trump jeff Limbaugh Jennifer VanGieson Billy Watson Garry Williams James Ynhe Tim Normah stud- ies very hard. 76f PEOPLE .W h 1 fqzn 1 ' Z 1, fc WZ, 0 Z. 1 .71 W5 wwf 32 Q 1 V ,. Ma VV W' 17? . W , f' " 1 ,? V -4 , -b ' ,, , f E ,,L, f 121 . ' U. , , M A:- f , 1 f ., vf gy 1 " " " "" L. . -A . H W 1? - . nf H12 en. 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THIRD GR DE Greg Becker Tina Bender Mike Bixel Kristi Capes Sherri Carter Mike Cowger Mike Curry Tim Detwiler Roger Gamble Raquel Gonzalez Karyn Gordon jeremy Hartke Todd Harville' Ronnie Heminger Erica Hensley? A Peggy Hensley Tausha Hissong yr Cory Holler L Greg I-Icllar Bruce Johnson Melissa Kline Nikki Krom Leslie Lefferti ,Russell Marchand Melanie McLain ,- Phil Vlvfiddaugh Richard' Miller Chris O'Dell I Donna Overmyvir Ioshua' Richarcldon Gina Robb , h ch att Smit ' Andy Stone Otis Thacker Jason Thompson Davy Truman David Trump ' A Michelle Vanator Todd VanDerWgele Nicole Van Dusen l Andy 'Vires Chris Voreis Steve Wilhelm . Lower Left - Mi- chelle Vanaior lis- tens carefully to her teacher. ' Lower Right - ,lef- emy Hartle joins his reading group. l T PEOPLE! 77 Dana Alderfer Doug Andrews Kyri Bailey Linda Ballinger Wendy Barbour Greg Case Jason Chilton r C avi urtis Cathy Ellis Erin Flory l Chris Ganshorn i Scott Hammel Chris Hancock Greg Harrington Kerry Harslibar er amie artman Adam Hibner Kathy Hibner jason Hill Julie Hill Connie Hurley Amy Kline ilviarianne Kline Lori Lard Nita La Van Way Adam Manuwal Jenni Martens Craig Miller Mark Miller Charles Murphy Stacey Newman jacob Noftsger Danni Overmyer Tommi Quimby Eric Reid Lucinda Rhodes Elizabeth Romig Michelle Smith Misty Snyder Ron Stockberger Gayla Stults Gretchan Thompson Tamar Troyer Danny Trump Jennifer Voreis Tammy White Chad Wright David Yohe Dana Alderfer looks as if she is more ready to play than to study her spelling. 78X PEOPLE H6 'DQ MW f' 'M 2 y iii an , e 411 V v QQQQ 1 x . 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Wafer ' iii: Y 5, Charles Ault Bobby Barcus Carrie Brown Leon Cowger Christina Crow Duane Crum Joshue Crum Londa Davengort Chad Edmonds Amy Eley Craig Ellis Richard Gardner Jason Gordon Chris Griffin Carolyn Griffith oshua Hammond anie e an Mark Hartog Carrie Heckaman Kim Hensley Mary Hensley Shelton Hensley Todd Hissong Scott Ludwig Seth Manuwal Robin Marchand Rodney Marks Dawn Martin Richard McCalvin Bryan McGowan Chris Middleton jenne Moyer Shawn Musick Kelli Nine Stephanie Okerbloom Bryan Powell Tina Quimby Tom Quimby Alisha Safford Neil Sexton Melissa Shafer Shanan Shafer Jeremy Snead Jimmy Snyder Ann Stockberger Ben Tolson Jennifer Umbaugh Amee Van Der Weele Amy Vires Andy Zentz Michelle Zolman Lower Left - Bryan McGowan is enjoy- ing the first grade. Lower Right - Tom Quimby works very hard on his work- book assignment, PEOI t Amy Alderfer Byron Andrews Rachel Beachey jennifer Beerwalt Earl Betz Chad Brown Eric Clark Matthew Cripe Carrie Dantzer Mallie Doody Mike Gardner Robert Good Eric Hartman Erick Heinzmann Preston Henry Preston Hensley Marie Hulse Michael Keller Traci Kline Michelle Lowry Trella Masten Dominea McGee Nichole Miller Jennifer Milliser Melissa Mitchel Ryan Morris Chad Nolin Autumn Redinger Becky Rich Angel Schori Tabitha Schori April Swihart Greg Trump Geneva Trusty Casey Yoquelet Byron Zentz CUSTODIANS - Row 1 -- Dave Rice, Larry Rice. Row 2 -- Mary Thomas, Rick Rice. BOXPEOPLE J ' -- ww"J"li wi W SSS' Q 'if -A V' am., S, 5 if . 1 f ' .X ,,, 195' L li lll 1 A B y S if 747, 5 X B .A . a B .aaa 5 KINDERGARTEN , -- in W' ' fl CUSTODIANS i:l.,- 'Uh- Y amwawawpwanwww, ww 1 n M BUS DRIVERS COOKS Top -- BUS DRIVERS - Left to Right -- Row I - Cynthia Bailey, Lorraine Davenport, Pau- lette Detwiler. Row 2 - Richard Davenport, David Stults, Robert Detwiler, james Win- enger. Center - COOKS -- Left to Right -- Darlene Cowger, Assistant: Pam Rosebush, Head Cool-ig Donna Overmyer, Assistantg 'Wahnetta Wat- son, Cookg Ellen DeWitt, Cook. Lower Left - CUSTODIANS - Donald Arick, Head Custodiang Donna Overmyer, Custodian. CUSTODIANS CNW Y M 'F PEOPLEXS1 Carol Arnett, Health 8: PHE. Jane Banic, Kindergarten Beverly Barnett, Grades 4 and S Suzanne Belcher, Speech 8: Hearing Therapist Cheryl Bright, Teacher Aide Barbara Brown, Grade 1 Sandra Burroughs, Vocal Music Deborah Calhoun, Grade 3 Ginger Calhoun, Home Ec, Soc, Studies, Business Mary Chamberlin, Gracie 3 Jane: Chittum, English Ted Chittum, Industrial Arts Eugene Cooper, Science Dan Cnuch, Math 8: Science Bnyd Davis, Health 8: P.E. Diane Dobryzykowski, jr- Hi TMR Wilma Doll, JESSE Aide Kay Eller, Jr-Sr High school EMRXLD Mike Emenaker, Vocational Agriculture Mary Gates, LDfEMR Teacher QElem.j Bonnie Grossman, English 5 Journalism Ellen Helmreich, Ir-I-Ii English Pamela Huber, Instrumental Music 8: I-Ir-Hi Vocal Music Barbara Johnson, Grade 2 Barbara Karinger, Grade 1 George Karinger, Grade 5 Devon Kitch, Math Robhin Lerch, Math Rockie Levi, French Sr Spanish Edward Miller, Art Kay Miller, Grade 2 Beth Mix, Remedial Teacher Deborah Mougin, Teacher Aide Dorothy Nellans, Grade 4 Charles Redinger, Science Carol Schmidlapp, Vac, Home Economics Eugene Snyder, Health 8: Soc. Studies Judy Truman, Grade 4 Cecile Ullery, JESSE Aide Tim Van Duyne, Grade 6 Portia Wampler, Grade 1 Eileen Washburn, Grade S. sz! PEOPLE W 2 E 5 X , I , 5 , ,.,, ,V .,,,.,,.., , ., 4 ,,,,c,,,,, 1 1 ffl ,c-' r, X if M, a ,,,,.,,. 1 ! -, a 4' Z fwr 'Z f W ' 4 Q 194 if 5 ':" f ' f f"' ' i'f fc . ' 55 "a . . A 'V ' M E ri G 2 ' Q ll K lx fl G ,,,.,, l f ,aw w , :" J I K H , , V ll' ' 1 llllll ' wi V "ii' , 'ii 154 ,dwg 3 , in 'W f1:?mw2 r25 ,V.,, K Wir' . ,,r, ,,,,,, A V' eff fr ' ,. jig 45 'zine if an i ur -2 ,Fu-5 FACULTY fi? A Zi? df... .. 1 Left -- Phoebe Heishman, English 5: Speech. Right - Eugene Cooper featured in the interview. AN INTERVIEW WITH EUGENE COOPER Why did you become a science teacher? I started as a Vocational Agriculture teacher and switched to science after five years, because I thought l could spend more time with my family as a science teacher. I have always liked science, and my master's degree is in the field of plant science. What is new in your department this year? We have new textbooks, and as a result are doing some different labs. The project biology and physics students are working on, in connection with the new park for the town, is very new and will be a different experience. Why do you feel students enjoy your classes? Science is so exciting. Now that I have taught a "few" years, I have more time to spend planning little fascinating demonstrations for class that help to hold attention. How will students use what they learn in your classes in the future? The basic thing that is taught in science is the technique of problem solving scientists apply to research problems. This problem solving can be applied to solving all kinds of problems, not to just scientific explanations. Of course, basic science is at the root of all we do, and a knowledge of this can help in everyday living. Linda Weaver, Business Phil Weybright, Soc. Studies 6 Health James Wysong, Social Studies Lee Zumbaugh, Grade 6 Not shown -- Mary Jackson, Librarian PEOPLEXBB 'i fx ADMINISTRATION Sz OFFICE CLERKS Upper Left - Daniel Miller, Guidance Director. Upper Right -- Eugene Snyder, Athletic Director. Center Right - Priscilla Burkett, School Nurse. Lower Right - Violet Ariclc, Office Clerk of Elementary School. 84fPEOPI.E 'se xl NEWWM 1.- s i. l C-4' A ,.......r---f-A " 44444444444 ul N734 'lfhrwuw Upper Left Sheila Shivers School Treasurer Upper Right joy Hall Secretary to the Superintendent Center Left - Lois Edmonds, Office Clerk at the junior Senior High School. Center Right - Hazel Palmer, Office Clerk at the Junior- Senior High School. Lower Left - Jane Mechling, Library Aide. PEOPLEXSS I A 5 ADMINISTRATION Top - BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES -- Left to Right -- Michael Heckamann, Vice Presidentg Kay Lattimer, Secretaryg John jennings, Presidentg Wayne Malone, Memberp Law- rence Houin, Member. Center Left - Gerald M. Hess, Superintendent. Center Right - Stephen Keith, Principal of junior-Senior High School. Lower Right -- Donald R. Schlegel, Principal of Elementary School. 86-XPEOPLE V T I ,Inf :il X Q, 53? JETS 4 Upper Left - Marilyn Daugherty waits to give Robbin Wlicox a helping hand. Center - The Varsity girls listen to Coach Mix ive them some ointers SQ 8 P - Lower Left - Julie Cooper shows her form in her serve. Lower Right - Polly Montgomery waits for the volleyball to come over the net. Right - VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - Row 1 - CD Coach Mix. Row 2 Tina Keefer, Polly Montomery. Row 3 Marilyn Daugherty, ,lanell Prochno. Row 4 julie Cooper, Pam Rowe. Row 5 Cindy Clemens, Cara Staner. Row 6 Robbin Wilcox, Lisa Nolin. C1 7 88! SPORTS Kristi Tammy McGowen. f"i V YC-al. Upper Left - Tana Patton and Dar Rosebush look up to set up the ball. T I Upper Right - Jana Stauffer serves the ball over the net. 1 Center Left -- Wendy Carlisle bumps the ball over to the opposite team. Center Right -- Tracy Staner waits for the return of the volleyball. ft. ei. Below - B-TEAM VOLLEYBALL - Bottom to Top - Tracy '1---" Staner, Tana Patton, Tanna Stults, Deb O'Dell, Jana Stauffer, Charlene Taylor, Coach Mix, Wendy Carlisle, Lori Nolin, Jodie Hartle, Robyn Gonzalez, Mindy Scheetz, Darlene Rose- bush, Lisa Nolin, Kristi Walters, Tammy McGowen. Wi, W1-1 T A SET- UP - lT i 1 1 1 I 4 J I SPORTSXSQ SOCCER SECURES A WINNING SEASON Upper Right - Mike Harley runs to get up with the action, Center Left - Phil Savage keeps up with his opponent to catch the ball. Center Right -- Ernie Parker studies the situation before giving the ball a kick. Below - B-TEAM SOCCER -- Left to Right - Row 1 -- Jeff Gibbons. Row 2 - Mark Bauman, Mark Barlow, Doug Overmyer, Mike Dennie, Steve Duff, Lars Watson, Bill Stults, Warren Barlow, Troy Crum. Row 3 - Iay Crum, Jeff Herrin, Dennis Calhoun, jon O'Dell, Jlotgl 'Ig':cker, Brad Snyder, Doug Calhoun, Mike Harley, Phil Savage, Brent Shepherd, Coach e itturn. Opposite Page - Top - VARSITY SOCCER - Left to Right - Row 1 -- Brian Mclntire, Rick Rice, Mike McCay, Dan Taylor, Scott Jennings, Tom Harley. Row 2 - Mike Beam, Jim Carpenter, Bruce Casper, Alan Palmer, ,lon Eby, Garry Eby. Row 3 - Boyd Hollabaugh, Bob Powell, Kip Edmonds, jay Stauffer, Mike Alford, Brian Burnett. Row 4 -- jay Crum, Chris Stults, Jeff Gibbons, Chris Andrews, Steve Duff, Mike Dennie. Row 5 -- Coach Gene Snyder, Assistant Coach Ted Chittum. ..QX7f,J-. M -. 11 30 M QM rf t 1 ' V g,'f'gx-f Q: i - .T ' " '- . .. f ' l r Q .Li A"11,f rf fa X P55 . e of f f . Q f 1- 1 ,,.,,:g ,' , 'Lf .f1.. ,aa ,- 11 v.- -44 ' ' 'vi' I l I 4? ei. LJ' uhm S A ft tg' 3-LC' I Au, i K X' i ' f:.- ..f- L i ,b K! vm ii X ms :mm F l t , ' I l ' .ef c I 3 . - ie " - S . -.1 ' lxJlY?gM W V Yi' iq . all 4 L., . A 1.9.4 9 , 5 p S - 1 1 V is 1 M 'ir' Ml 'YV Center Left -- jim Carpenter shows his form for kicking the ball. Center Right - Bruce Casper does some fancy footwork. Right - Kip Edmonds has successful style. Lower Left - Boyd Hollabaugh shows his determination to "boot" the ball. Lower Right -- Scott Jennings finds himself surrounded by the other team. Bottom Left -- Rick Rice is ready for action. Bottom Right -- Alan Palmer is determined to pass the opponent to get to the ball. SPORTS! 91 5 as 55+ 45 A5 1 A. l 3 Tl.- sun 5 U N4 , ,G A ,, C J K , ' L r 1 1 E x. . C , q .... ,X A T15 - J DRAGON COUNTRY Top Left - Doug Calhoun looks to see if his shot went in. Top Right - Chris Andrews gets ready to shoot at the charity line. Center Left - An Argos player stretches to tip the ball to a team mate. Center Right - Bill Stults adds to the Dragons score. Bottom -- B-TEAM BASKETBALL - Left to Right W- Row 1 - Andy Gibbons, Manager, Doug Calhoun, Phil Savageg Dennis Calhoun, Warren Barlow, Manager. Row 2. - Coach Lee Zum- baugh, Jeff Gibbons, Mike Dennie, Chris Stults, Steve Duff, Bill Stults, Alan Palmer, Chris Andrews, Tony Stone, Manager. SPORTS! 93 BUT DRAGONS STREAK ENDS STILL ROAR Upper Right -- Kim Edmonds goes up for a reverse lay-up. Lower Left - Coach Weybright and Assistant Coach Zumbaugh give the players some good advice. Lower Center - jon Eby takes down a rebound. Unhotograph by the South Bend Tribunej Lower Right - Dave Tuttle hustles for the loose ball, iPhoto- graph by the South Bend Tribune. 94fSPORTS V QQ 'F Elf? DRAGONS WIN 76 GAMES BEFORE LOSING TO JOHN GLENN Top - VARSITY BASKETBALL - Left to Right -- Row I - Manager Andy Gibbons, Boyd Hollabaugh, Scott Jennings, Mike McCay, Manager Warren Barlow. Row 2 - Manager Tony Stone, Adam Malcolm, Garry Eby, Dave Tuttle, Kip Edmonds, jon Eby, Bob Poweli, Kim Edmonds, Coach Phii Weybright. Left - A Bremen player tries not to foul Boyd Holla- baugh. Right -M Scott Jennings goes up for two points. K Center Left - Mike Mcfiay passes the basketball off to a team member. Center Right - Standing at the line waiting For a rebound is Argos's Garry Eby. Lower Left -- The basket by Kip Edmonds is good. Lower Right - Bob Powell has a strong defense. SPORTSXQS Below -- VARSITY GIRLS' BASKET- BALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - julie Cooper, Deb O'Dell, Lisa Nolin. Row 2 - Assistant Coach Pam Huber, Manager Nancy Hartman, Karen Henry, Sonja Thacker, Marilyn Daugherty, Polly Montgomery, Kim Heuer, Angie Thompson, Robbin Wilcox, Coach Gene Snyder. Top Right - Deb O'Dell goes up for a basket. Top Left -- Polly Montgomery gets ready to shoot at the free throw line. Center Left -- Waiting for the rebound is Argos's Sonja Thacker. 96f SPORTS 2 lx L. , .mf " L ,xv 5 s an W 1 ,,s I J 5 r -f f . . AA,, , , .M . . , . if if L 3 aww , 1 ms... - p ' 21.2. fl, is ...U ' . f,.,, ,,,1W L, ,V ' E. ,.,..r ,..w,. I , ,.,,. U - ,- ,,,,,-,, ni, jig, A Top Left - Kris Hudspeth stands at the line to wait for a rebound. Top Right - Wendy Carlisle dribbles the ball across the line. Center Left - Kim Lattimer looks for an opening. Center Right - Laura Reese shoots a free throw to add another point to Argos. Below - B-TEAM GIRLS' BASKETBALL -- Left to Right - Row 1 - Lori Friar, Karen Henry, Kim Lattimer, Kris Hud- speth, Leslie Henry. Row 2 - Angie Thompson, Wendy Carlisle, Tracy Staner, Mindy Scheetz, Laura Reece, Janelle Thayer, Coach Pam Huber. X AND IN SPORTS! 97 "Qi Top - VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - 'Top -- Jeanne Drake, Lori Stults. Bottom - Marilyn Houin, Reva Hensley, Kim Heuer. Center - JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER- LEADERS - Left to Right - Deb Win- ters, Robyn Gonzalez, Kristi Snyder, Jana Stauffer, Charlene Taylor. Bottom Center - Jeanne Drake and Jauna Stauffer lead the cheer "We are the Dragons." Bottom Right -- Susan Cowen and Darla McCune lead the cheer "We Will Suc- ceed." Each year there are a number of girls who fry out For cheerleading positions. Cheerleaders attempt to keep fans on their toes and maintain school spirit throughout a game. QSXSPORTS if X 3 FIGHT DRAGONS FIGHT Top Left - FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS - Top - Ronda Davis. Center - Susan Cowen. Bottom - Darla McCune, Tracy Miller. Top Right - 7TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS - Chris Daven- port, Jill Shipley, Bobby Jo Williams, Lisa Alford. Center - BTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS - Left to Right - Natalie Savage, Tina Alderfer, Lora Myers, Vicki Kitch. SPORTSIQQ . X U ,fwikwiwuw wif,fblmmhw5wEWM'gwSwM H wx, W ' ' w M , W , WWMSifmiiiar, Xwsqim: N A '1,, a , 1 3 1 ' 113.gif '- '.,-, . . 1 514 , , , E? I! A K! sf? ii . S T212 ' if . W., , .....+ A an . Vx X M a H S W """ QW' mf, A an B Y- r I ? Q U S i ,, , ., ,,,, f W1,'wvw+' wvww H O W 2 , L?f2' ,'fggf'3iml ,- - f ,-,W MW 'TWWW3 , cw MMR ,, W W N M- -ww--ww ww .fx Y wx 'Q QQ ff ' U le? ' .f- fri ' Q,fK.,1, :Jr , 1' ,gf N' iy 1 ga, , :I m w1::m:fffw:x Si .YW ww, N ww ,XN1 ww 1 J k1j'gfH1,' vw wwrzm iw 1 MMWMWMW XMIM:WJwMM7fMWMWmMm!wX"xW QQ' f Y' A A , ww! yuwx' ww ,Mlm qw' N ,X if . 1 ,:.'.'f,Q..1"T Mtv 'g,,,-,--N - xx , .Q .N ...K 3 , -......., ,Z . -1 , f K lg V 5 V, ,X X551 , ' , Y ,, , . X m ww Mmm ,-,gif , Y 'Qlrfilifwf ,EESQH 1 ' M ,,,, My ,J , www wibf+,WBfLPs,1:,Jk A .Mx 1 X u,,,"1w,q wwzwwr ' 'iii I , , ff? ,.,,....,, i i R-v -um af wlk 7 'T ' ,WA M M,,,M'w.uw" QW . 5 5 1 Y Mmm A 4 'W 31 ,Q N159 i. M 32 s 3 an-,, FORE! Upper Left -- Richard Eby concentrates on his putt. Upper Right - Roger Grossman works on his drive. Center Left - Chris Grossman practices at the Country Club. Center Right -- Shawn Crawley is aiming for the trailers with a practice shot on the Argos grounds. Below -I R. HIGH GOLF - Left to Right - Coach Ted Chittum, Chad Eber, Shawn Crawley, Roger Grossman, Chris Grossman, David Solomon, Richard Eby, Steve Powell, Jerry Stone lnot shownj. Opposite Page - Top - 7th GRADE BAS- KETBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 --Q Rob Paterson, Chris Grossman, Chris Lee, Jeff Tolson, Blaine Cooper, Mike Hensley. Row 2 -- David Solomon, Coach Dan Couch, Da- vid Stults, Scott Lattimer, Kip Bailey, Tim Thompson, Eric McClain, Robert Mar- chand, Chad Eber. Opposite Page - Center -- Sth GRADE BASKETBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 -- Coach Boyd Davis, Troy Gates, Brent Hud- speth, Jerry Stone, Roger Grossman, Jeff Shivers, Steve Powell, Brian Iennings, Tim Lee, Bobby Alford, Robert Winenger, Da- mon Harrell. Opposite Page - Bottom -- JUNIOR HIGH TRACK - Left to Right - Row 1 - Kenny Nine, Curt Zolman, joey Taylor, Robert Marchand. Row 2 - Coach Lee Zumbaugh, jeff Shivers, Kip Bailey, Eric McClain, Tim Thompson, Brian Jennings, Troy Wagers, David Stults. 155 K www g , om SPORTS! 101 'J 1300 ,Q W A 3 'f Tqfm yn .s M r -5 ,J .Vyynb Anon A005 H50 S .VIQYJJ MWA., 36 4,9 il Top -- 7TH AND STH GRADE SOCCER - Row 1 - joey Taylor, Roger Grossman, Robert Alford, Robert Winenger, jesse Novitzke, jerry Stone, Troy Gates, jeff Shivers, Brian Jennings, jim Van Gie- son, Brent Hudspeth. Row 2 - james Doody, David Stults, Blaine Cooper, Kip Bailey, jeff Thompson, Richard Eby, Chris Grossman, Michael McCoy. Left - Roger Grossman puts up one from the corner. Opposite Page - Top - 7TH AND BTH GRADE GIRLS' BASKET- BALL - Row 1 - Bobbie jo Williams, Laurie McFarland, jill Shipley, Rose Redinger, Sarah Manuwal, Theresa Miller, Lisa Al- ford, Susan Wilhelm. Row 2 - Coach Carol Arnett, Rhonda Leffert, Renee Browning, Tracy Hoeffer, Becky Cripe, JoEtta Overmyer, Paula Wallace, Natalie Savage, Laura Stone, Glenda Mechling, Tina Alderfer, Tracy Patton. Opposite Page - Center - BTH GRADE VOLLEYBALL - Row 1 -W Tracy Patton, Rhonda Leffert, Lorrie Kruzick, Wendy McGowen, Tracy Hoeffer, Christy Becker, Tine r Alderfer. Row 2 - Renee Browning, Rachel Slemons, Glenda Mechling, Linda Van Duyne, Vanessa Shufelt, Brenda Lowe, Tami Couch. Row 3 - Becky Cripe, Dede Tuttle, Paula Wallace, Laura Stone, Natalie Savage, JoEtta Overmyer, Angela Kuchel. Opposite Page - Bottom - 7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL - Left to Right - Kim Hall, Susan Wilhelm, Bobbie Joe Williams, Lisa Al- ford, Laurie McFarland, Tonia Staner, Theresa Miller, Rose Re- dinger, jill Shipley. TEAM TO WINNING SEASON NEW COACH LEADS SPORTS! 103 AQ. 1-P Q Nm Top - HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' TRACK - Left to Right - Row 1 - Tammy McGowen, Tana Patton, Darlene Burkholder, Claudia Robb, Jana Stauffer, Jo- die Hartle. Row 2 - Mitzi Risner, Cindy Walls, Dawn Crum, Magcia Clark, janell Prochno, Pam Wallace, Robyn Gonzales. Center - Tana and Janell head for the finish line. Lower Left -- Robyn is fighting for a place in the high Jump. Lower Right - Jana sprints for the finish in the 400. OFF AND RUNNING 1061 SPO RTS Upper Left - Mike Dennie sprints to the finish with a record 52 seconds in the 400. Upper Right -- Here is jon flying high in the long jump. Center Left - Dave Tuttle winds up with the discus. Center Right - Record holder Tom Mechling anchors the 400 relay, Below -- HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' TRACK - Left to Right - Row 1 - Chris Andrews, Mike Dennie, Lars Watson, Dennis Calhoun. Row 2 - jon Eby, Dave Tuttle, Chris Stults Alan Palmer Coach Tim VanDuyne. 53,11 - SPORTSIIUI BATTERS U ! Upper Right - Catcher jon Eby asks the umpire what the count is. Center Left - Tom Harley and Chris Andrews come off the field after the third out. Center Right - Scott Jennings' swing connects with the ball. Below -- VARSITY BASEBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Scott Jennings, Ernie Parker, Dennis Calhoun, Dave Coughenour, Jan Grossman. Row 2 - Coach Boyd Davis, Chris Stults, Boyd Hollabaugh, Tom Harley, Kim Ed- monds, Jon Eby, Bob Powell, Troy Crum, Doug Calhoun. Top - Coach Davis gives Boyd Hollalqaugh and Chris Stults some last-minute instructions. Center Left - Tom Harley is ready to run to second base. Center Right - A ground ball is caught by Chris Stults. Right - Scott Jennings walks over to the dugout. Middle Left - Pitcher Boyd Hollabaugh throws strike 3. Middle Right - Chris Stults gets ready to swing. Lower Left - Dennis Calhoun is ready to catch the ball. Lower Right - Ernie Parker stretches high to catch the ball, SPORTS! 109 Upper Right - Tony Stone selects his iron. Center Left - Gary Eby looks as if he is using willpower to sink the putt. Center - Jay Stauffer tallies his score. Center Right - Jim Carpenter watches his shot. Below - HIGH SCHOOL GOLF TEAM - Left to Right - Garry Eby, lim Carpenter, Tony Stone, Doug Overmyer, Mike Harley, Coach Ted Chittum, Jay Stauffer, Brad Snyder. 1 , 'mmwr'-.atm , ,, U,-, K - nf f- I J: ffw- ' yiiilhllki ilffii' KIND OP FUN A SPECIAL Upper Left - Melody Bon Durant gets ready to give that softball a mighty throw. Upper 'Right - Todd Shorter is at the starting line ready to run a race, Center - Clyde Manuwal smiles as he accepts his ribbon. Below -- SPECIAL ED OLYMPICS TEAM - Left to Right - Row 1 - Chris Lacher, Clyde Manuwal, Todd Shorter, jack Redman, Melody Bon Durant. Row 2 -- Greg McCoige, Bill Bailey, Diane Dobrzylcowski ffeacherj, Wilma Doll 1AideJ. QS? xi? SPORTSH11 1 r N iw' Q Q 'w ww- imgp., W ., 5 1 M. r 'v ,, gf VARSITY BASKEALL Kewanna 61 13 VARSITY SOCCER Caston 57 39 They Oregon Davis 29 27 Indianapolis TV5 49 CMA 33 34 Heritage 2. 2 North Miami 48 Lammiefe 57 20 CMA 1 5 Westville 49 1-Wills 35 40 Oregon Davis 4 1 Knox 50 KNOX 50 44 LaLumiere 5 3 Jimtown 36 CTEXINZA Marion Bennett 3 0 Oregon Davis 44 sviqzlngton 12 2 I es 4'lzif1g::1':Y 58 GIRLS' Iv BASKETBALL CMA 3 3 Culver 50 We They gveelitview 5 2 La Crosse 49 Triton 14 20 L any 2' CMA 17 Culver 12 9 Osceola Brethren- 3 6 Caswn 55 North Miami 21 12 Illklqayge Christlan 4 3 Bpcoumy Tourney 18 Plymouth 11 22 Westallfayette Z 1 CMA Bremen 45 gxion lg ii Osceola Brethren 4 2 I-aVil1e 44 Oregon Davis 16 10 Washington TWP- 38 LaLumiere 19 10 B.TEAM SQQQER Tritrm ig Laville 23 16 Eillekienn S0 E52 15 ii 2512186 CL'1s1a" 2 2 Bremen 62 L L ' 1 Mishawaka Marian 57 BTH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL S,Q:f,feS,vi5 3 2 Sectional CMA 2 0 CMA 18 Triton 41 16 Oregon Davis 2 0 Ilgiville th Q2 Piymourh 42 as Y111011 Kewanna 50 23 IR. HIGH SOCCER Mentone 27 40 B TEAM BASKETBALL U1-ey 31 25 CMA 2 1 I.aVil1e 40 51 TVS 32 North Liberty 52 31 fffffy GNL Q 2 North Miami 36 Bremen 30 43 Westville 38 Akron 42 33 Knox 28 Culver A Game 57 32 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Jirntown 34 Culver B Game 33 14 North Miami Won Oregon Davis 45 Oregon Davis 46 19 Triton Lost John Glenn 38 Mentone 4-Way 33 35 john Glenn Lost La Crosse 29 TV5 WON CMA 26 7TI"l GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALI Caston Lost Caston 36 Culver Lost CMA 29 Triton 29 19 Oregon Davis Lost Bremen 47 Plymouth 45 34 Bremen 1-OS' LaVille 40 Kewanna 21 23 Culver Girls Academy Lost Washington Twp. 34 Mentone 38 32 1-aVill2 1-051 Triton 29 Urey 33 23 Kewanna Won Culver 38 Laviue 31 22 Triton Invitational john Glenn S2 North Liberty 46 17 Tfiffm 1-051 Bremen S6 Bremen 24 18 Culver Lost Marian 36 Akron 33 29 590101181 Culver "A" 40 24 Bremen LOSII FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Culver "B" 8 16 Oregon Davis 24 8 JR. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Laville 53 4-Way Tourney , , Oregon Davis 2-4 Logan Saint 33 22 NQLLI1 Mmm Won Bremen 39 Mentone 42 34 31111111021 Eg Plymouth 49 0 n em' Triton 44 BTH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL gvs vilon 1-V5 48 aston 061 John Glenn 59 Plymouth Z4 35 Culver Lost 4-Way Tourney Rochester 21 30 Oregon Davis Won Plymouth 21 I..aVille 20 30 Bremen I-ost John Gram 44 Bremen 13 2,8 Culver Girls Academy Lost North Miami 45 OT Oregon Davis Z2 29 LaVIlle Lost gaston 38 Triton 34 OT 31 Mentone 16 OT 17 IR. HIGH VOLLEYBALL BTH GRADE VARSLTY GLRL5 BASKETBALL 7TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL , 39 We They Tnton 37 Plymouth 13 23 Laville 7-12 15-15 Culver . . 35 Rochester 15 26 Triton 15-15-15 17-3-7 North Miami 37 Laviue 20 33 Culver 3-15-9 15-8-15 Plymouth Bremen 14 32 ravine 15-15 5-7 Culver 40 Oregon Davis 16 20 Triton 52 Triton 13 26 Tvs 52 Mentone 11 18 114! SPORTS I R. HIGH VOLLEYBALL 7TH GRADE We They LaVille 3-4 15-15 Triton 15-1-2 11-15. Culver 8-11 15-15 LaVille 8-12 15-15 VARSITY BASEBALL We The Mishawaka Marian 4 North Miami 11 3 Northwood -- Game 1 0 Northwood - Game 2 1 1 LaVille 3 Rochester - Game 1 1 Rochester - Game 2 7 Culver 3 Bremen - Game 1 1 Bremen - Game 2 2 Caston 11 Oregon Davis 4 1 Triton - Game 1 2 Triton - Game 2 8 South Bend Riley 4 BOYS' HIGH SCHOO' TRACK Argos - 705 Caston - 53 Argos - 22.3 Triton - 5694 Bremen - 79M Argos - 35 - 6th Place ii North Miami Relays Argos - 675 Culver - 59 Argos - 359 John Glenn - 9 Argos - 24 - oth Place iz Lancer Relays Argos - 845 Knox - 42 Argos - 69p Oregon Davis - 58 VARSITY GOLF Won Lo Argos 413 0 CMA 330 LaVille 328 Oregon Davis 380 Argos 188 0 John Glenn 165 Argos 199 1 Triton 205 Argos 178 1 Culver 189 Marshall County Tourney - 3rd Place 3 Argos 178 0 LaVille 173 Argos 178 1 Fairfield 194 Argos 187 1 Peru 197 Argos 179 1 Oregon Davis 180 Argos 179 1 Bremen 191 Argos 188 0 TVS 174 Argos 169 1 North Judson 223 Argos 173 1 Knox 208 Argos 185 0 Triton 181 ? 2 Q Q F JE .NJ .T .:'.n.:....... ..........n:U JUST BET EE YCDU AN ME A-I On February 13, 1982, Argos High School students enjoyed and danced to the music provided by the band, The Guys, at the annual Sunshine Dance. The theme of the dance was "just Be tween You and Me." The dance was held in the school cafeteria which was decorated with stars, foil, and crepe paper, 1 - Michelle McKinney and her date take a break from dancing to talk. 2 -Clay Carlisle and his date, Tammie Io Gabbard, dance the night away. 3 - Eighth Graders, Tina Alderfer and Glenda Mechling, help serve refreshments at the dance. 4 -- Ierelyn Wilhelm and Lars Watson romantically slow dance, 5 - Tammy Montague and her date are enjoying a special moment. 116f FEATU RES i , :mm if -. vm- -M L .Ai f. 3 I. L, 1 - The band, The Guys, provide the music for the evening. 2 - jenny Wolf pins a boutonniere on Calvin Bailey's lapel. 3 - Cathy Snider and jim Lippa are all smiles when they dance. 4 - Kim Edmonds and Michelle Bean show off their dancing ability. 5 - Dawn Crum and Alan Palmer pose for the photographer. FEATURESXII7 HELLO, DOLLY L......I Q 1 - The dancers dance because Dolly tValerie Overmyerj is back in town. 2 - Dolly fValerie Overmyerj teaches Cornelius Hackl lKevin Van Duynej how to dance. 3 - Dolly is back at Harmonia Gardens. 4 - Dolly hides Barnaby Tucker Ueff Herrinj from Horace Vandergelder lRod Millerj in Irene Molloy's Hat Shop. 5 - Horace and Mrs. Molloy tTami Tuckerj discuss their future marriage plans. Opposite Page - 1 A The 1982 Choral Department sings in the spring musical, "Hello, Dolly!" Opposite Page 4 2 - Mrs. Molloy, Minnie Fay tMelinda Lef- fertj, Barnaby, Dolly, and Horace are singing "Motherhood March." Opposite Page - 3 - Hello, Dolly! Opposite Page 4 4 - Rudolph lTim Pletcherj blocks Horace and Cornelius from fighting over their purses. HSXFEATURES M 5 4 . 4 , 3,3 wsu ir iv , W PM u M fn 1 X. M , A, w 1-VMTN s Wm Wh WELL, I-IELLO, DDLLY, IT'S so NICE TO HAVE You , BACK WHERE l You BELCNG 1 - The Dancers Uohn Eby, Robbin Wilcox, Kristi Snyder, Bob Powell, Pam Rowe, Boyd Hollabaugh, Charlene Taylor, and Garry Ebyl dance to the song "Put on Your Sunday Clothesff 2 - Irene Molloy CTami Tuckerj has "Ribbons Down Her Back." 3 - Dolly Levi CValerie Overmyerj keeps Horace Vandergelder lRod Millerj from looking inside the cabinet, 4 - Cornelius Hackl 1Kevin Van Duynel looks out of the cabinet to see if Horace Vandergelder 1Rod Millerj is still there. 5 - Dolly iValerie Overmyerj teaches Cornelius ilievin Van Duynej how to dance while singing "Dancing" FEATURESH21 BAND AND CHDIR PERPORM MUSIC PROM "FAME" PROSTY THE SNOWMAN TREATS CHILDREN AT THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT 1 - The Choir waits for their cue as Miss Huber introdu h g. 2 - The junior High Choir sings during the Christ C 3 - F ty th S p ut tr 4-Ch Tyl ply F herflt 5 -- S' g' g S' g p 1 b d g 122fPEATURES C N L. Q 3 1 2 ff, ' ft ll 1 - The 1981-82 High School Choir performs at a concert. 2 - Kristi Snyder sings while Arnold Shufelt waits for his turn. 3 - Chris Becker concentrates on the music while playing her flute. FEATURESXIZS 5, 4 , v Y. 4 A ,, W . v A ff qi ,r a ix I ba Q wg The Junior Class decorated the cafeteria with palm trees, coco- nuts, ocean, and fish for the 1982 prom. The prom was held on May 8 from 9 to 12 p.m. The students at Argos spent "An Evening In Paradise." 1 - The theme of the 1982 Prom is "An Evening In Paradise." 2 - Tom Paterson and Suzette Smith enjoy a fast dance. 3 - Tom Harley and his date Amy Fair sit out a dance. 4 - Enjoying a slow dance is Tina Keefer and her date Todd Emmons. 5 - Barb Dimmitt and her date sit back and watch the other AN EVENING PARADISE couples. 2 I' I 1 25 FW' ' 1 , If-fw.1i W ' I I X, .--"' ,Q ,W yi I 1 - Couples from Argos High School enjoy one of the few slow dances. 2 - Robyn Shidler is having Jon Greer and his date sign her book. 3 - Charlene Taylor and Scott Jennings read through their prom books. 4 - Connie Detwiler seems to be having a good time with her date. 5 - Nathan Mechling is shown with Senior Melinda Leffert who came to the prom on crutches. ,Wi if eeeee X UMW r f e 1 - The class of 1982 faces the audience after being pronounced graduates. 2 - Randy Norman is glad to see this day finally come. 3 - Dan Taylor and Michelle Parrish are thinking ahead to their future. 4 - Jim Carpenter and Sonia Alderfer show opposing emotions about gradu- ation. Iim seems apprehensiveg Sonia seems elated! ' 126! FEATURES 9 MAY 23, 1982. 68 SENIORS GRADUATE PROM AHS Leaving Argos High School this year were 68 great Seniors. They took with them all of their memories of their past 13 years and great expectations for the years to come. 1 - The Senior Ensemble sings "I'll Never Walk Alone" with Tami Tucker as the soloist. 2 -- Dan Miller, Senior Class Sponsor, helps Arnold Shufelt with his cap before graduation. 3 - Mike McCay adjusts his cap before graduation. 4 - Shar Stults explains the Senior motto in her farewell speech. 5 - Stephen Keith, AHS Principal, congratulates Scott Jennings as he goes down the line of the '82 graduates. Mr. Keith has been at AHS for the past four years and is leaving to accept another position in Indianapolis. His positive leadership will be missed by the students, the faculty members, the staff, and the commu- nity. FEATURES! 127 CCNVGCATIQNS E TERTAIN AND INFCRM 1 - The 8th grade students watch George Dauler play the role of General Grant. 2 - Kim Heuer introduces the Aces. The Aces are champions in throwing frisbees. 3 - jim spins a frisbee. 4 - Randy shows his form. ' ., . M V f f , ., s ,Jrs s gg 12Bf FEATURES ff 4 X A L-.xi -..st-Nia-.' .N i :ni 9.5 G ev 4 3 if xuvruzhx UW' x bm H !, 1 Sr Qs Z qzg li m in ,,?, Im, L 3 2 xii , V , 1 V V ' 1 f fri-2 ..- . S I . ' fi ' ' ' - ,QB Qfi Ks P ' 5' "E ' .LA f ii , 2' Raef, WW' if ARGOS PHILLIPS 66 AND FOOD MART U.S. 31 Bypass Argos, IN 46501 219-892-5955 ER v 66 V. g', I I Compliments Of RISTANCE PRODUCTS Argos, Indiana 46501 Phone: 892-5161 Compliments Of K :HSA , . 5+ fm-MM... 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' I ' , 1 ' . . 1 1 A Albright, Steve, 70. Alderfer, Sonia, 18, 28, 52, 55, 56, 56. 61, 126, 54. Alderfer, Tina, 36, 51, 59, 72, 99, 103, 116. Alford, Lisa, 36, 51, 59, '3, 99, 103. Alford, Mike, 10, 66, 90, l05, 54. Alford, Robert, 51, 72, l00, 103. Andrews, Chris, 10, 65, 58, 91, 93, 100, 107. Andrews, Frances, 57, 58, 59, 60, 70. Apple, Heidi, 50, 60, 68. B 3ailey, Bill, 111. Bailey, Kip, 73, 100, 103. 3altes, Bonnie, 51, 59, 73. 5arlow, Mark, 38, 50, 60, 56, 90, 105. 3arlow, Warren, 36, 50, 56, 60, 68, 90, 93, 95, 105, l20. Sash, Laura, 50, 58, 70. 3auman, Mark, 15, 64, 68, 70, 105. 3aumgart, Wally, 40, 60, 56. 563111, Mike, 18, 20, 28, Z9, 58, 62, 63, 64, 90, 103, 54. Becker, Chris, 36, 51, 59, '2, 103, 123. Sollenbacher, Crystal, 36, 59, 70. 3onDurant, Melody, 56, 56, 111. iorandt, Don, 18, 24, 28, v4. Brown, Jeff, 41, 50, 66, 67, .05. irowning, Renee, 36, 59, '2, 103. iurkholder, Darlene, 36, 39, 70, 106. Burnett, Brian, 59, 60, 61, 56, 90. Butler, Chayne, 72. C Ialhoun, Dennis, 70, 71, 0, 93, 103, 109, 107. falhoun, Doug, 65, 70, 0, 93, 108. Iarlisle, Clay, 59, 62, 66, 05, 116. Iarlisle, Tracey, 18, 28, 56, 59, 62, 63, 146, 152, L4 Iarlisle, Wendy, 48, 59, I DEX 70, 89, 97, 146. Carpenter, Jim, 7, 18, 20, 28, 29, 38, 58, 59, 61, 64, 90, 91, 105, 110, 126. Case, Adrian, 36, 73. Casper, Bruce, 18, 28, 59, 60, 90, 91, 105, 54. Clark, Marcia, 50, 58, 59, 62, 68, 106. Clemens, Cindy, 2, 6, 13, 50, 52, 58, 59, 60, 62, 66, 88. Cooper, Blaine, 36, 51, 73, 100, 103. Cooper, Deb, 66. Cooper, Julie, 36, 37, 38, 44, 50, 52, 58, 59, 61, 66, 88, 96, 54. Couch, Robert, 70, 92. Couch, Tamera, 59, 72. Coughenour, Dave, 36, 56, 60, 66, 108, 120. Cowen, Susan, 36, 37, 50, 58, 59, 64, 70, 98, 99. Cowger, Terry, 60, 66. Cowger, Tim, 60, 68. Crawley, Shawn, 6, 36, 72, 101. Cripe, Becky, 57, 59, 61, 72, 103. Doody, James, 73, 103. Doody, Shawn, 60, 66. Drake, Jeanne, 6, 36, 37, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 98, 146. Duff, Steve, 68, 47, 90, 93. Duncan, Michelle, 66. Dunlap, Keith, 61, 70. Dunlap, Scott, 70. Dunlap, Trisha, 19, 24, 28, 57, 58, 59, 60. Dunlap, Vickie, 19, 25, 28, 29, 48, 59, 60. E Eber, Chad, 73, 100, 101. Eby, Garry, 66, 90, 95, 110, 121. Eby, Jon, 2, 58, 61, 66, 90, 94, 95, 107, 108, 112, 121. Crum, David, 70, 92. Crum, Dawn, 50, 58, 59, 64, 58, 106, 117. Crum, Jasen, 70, 90, 91. Crum, Troy, 56, 60, 68, 108. Curry, Julie, 43, 50, 58, 59, 68, 64. D Daugherty, Marilyn, 36, 45, 55, 58, 59, 60, 66, 88, 96. Davenport, Chris, 36, 59, 73, 99. Davis, Barb, 59, 68. Davis,.Frank, 58, 68. Davis, John, 18, 24, 28, 29, 40, 54. Davis, Ronda, 52, 58, 59, 60, 70, 99. Davis, Shawnda, 36, 59, 73. Dennie, Mike, 6, 60, 68, 90, 91, 93, 107, 112. DePoy, Tammy, 58, 59, 68. Detwiler, Brent, 73. Detwiler, Connie, 38, 58, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66, 124, 54. Dickson, Connie, 18, 28, 52, 58, 60. Dille, Vicki, 59, 70. Dimmitt, Barb, 18, 28, 29, 36, 58, 59, 135, 146. Doody, Jackie, 2, 66. Eby, Richard, 73, 101, 103. Edmonds, Kim, 2, 19, 25, 28, 46, 60, 94, 95, 108, 112. Edmonds, Kip, 19, 28, 32, 60, 90, 91, 95, 112, 54. Eiler, Darrell, 60, 66. Ely, John, 70. Everage, Laurie, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64, 66. F Finney, Lewis, 73. Finney, Lloyd, 19, 28, 56. Flowers, Tammy, 72. Friar, Lorrie, 52, 58, 59, 70, 97. Friar, Tom, 19, 28, 29, 56, 105. G Gann, Kim, 19, 28, 29, 36, 50, 58, 59, 62, 63, 64. Gates, Troy, 51, 72, 100, 103. Gibbons, Andrew, 70, 92, 93, 95. Gibbons, Jeff, 68, 90, 91, 93. Gochenour, Lori, 59, 70. Gonzalez, Rhonda. 43, 50, 59, 68. Gonzalez, Robyn, 10, 13, 50, 58, 59, 70, 87, 89, 98, 106. Greer, Jon, 19, 28, 124. Grossman, Chris, 51, 73, 100, 101, 103. Grossman, Jan, 22, 28, 59, 60, 105, 108. Grossman, Roger, 51, 72, 100, 101, 103. H Hall, Kim, 36, 59, 73, 103. Hammond, Chris, 22, 28, 42, 105. Hanley, Shawn, 70. Harley, Heather, 36, 59, 73. Harley, Mike, so, 59, 61, 70, 90, 92, 110. Harley, Shawn, 60, 70. Harley, Tom, 22, 28, 29, 59, 90, 100, 105, 108, 109, 124. Harrell, Brenda, 36, 52, 56, 58, 60, 66. Harrell, Damon, 65, 72, 100. Harrell, Dana, 59, 68. Harrell, Darla, 36, 73. Harrell, Paul, 22, 28, 46, 59, 60, 105. Harrington, Don, 70. Hartle, Jodie, 50, 58, 59, 70, 89, 106. Hartman, Darrel, 22, 28, 48. Hartman, Jim, 60, 70. Hartman, Julie, 58, 59, 70. Hartman, Nancy, 9, 15, 38, 50, 58, 59, 61, 62, 64, 66, 96. Hartog, Mike, 72. Harville, Shawn, 72. Heinzmann, Bela, 60, 68. Henry, Karen, 50, 58, 59, 64, 65, 66, 96, 97. Henry, Leslee, 50, 56, 58, 59, 62, 64, 68, 97. Hensley, Mike, 36, 73, 100. Hensley, Reva, 13, 36, 40, 58, 59, 68, 98. Herrin, Jeff, 36, 37, 58, 70 90, 92, 118, 119, 120. Heuer, Kim, 11, 20, 22, 28, 29, 36, 55, 56, 58, 61, 63, 96, 98, 112, 128. Hill, Jill, 12, 36, 34, 59. Hill, Michelle, 36, 73. Hill, Renee, 73. Hill, Sherry, 57, 58, 68. Hoeffer, Tracy, 36, 59, 61, 72, 103. Hollabaugh, Boyd, 2, 58, 66, 90, 95, 108, 109, 121. Hollabaugh, Paula, 22, 28, 29, 58, 146. Hollar, Lowell, 48, 68. Honeycutt, Teresa, 6, 36, 60, 66. Hooker, Karen, 70. Houin, Marilyn, 9, 10, 50, 58, 59, 61, 66, 67, 98. Howard, Chris, 7. Hudspeth, Brent, 36, 72, 100, 103, 146. Hudspeth, Brent, 36, 72, INDEX! 147 100, 103, 146. Hudspeth, Jeff, 6, 11, 17, 22, 28, 29, 39, 58, 59, 64, 105, 146, 54. Hudspeth, Kris, 50, 52, 58, 59, 64, 68, 97, 146. I Irwin, Curt, 22, 28, 41. J Jennings, Brian, 72, 100, 103. Jennings, Scott, 23, 28, 29, 58, 60, 87, 90, 95, 108, 109, 112, 124, 127, 54. Johnson, Nate, 72. Jones, Allison, 23, 28, 56, 58, 59, 62, 64. Jones, Randy, 59, 60, 66, 105. K Kanarr, Todd, 50, 56. Keefer, Tina, 20, 23, 28, 29, 39, 52, sa, 59, 61, 87, ss, 124, 54. King, Gordon, 66. Kitch, Vicki, 59, 72, 73, 99, 146. Kolar, Jackie, 23, 28, 57. Kolar, Pam, 42, 66. Kuchel, Angie, 59, 72, 103. Kuchel, Todd, 42, 60, 68. L Lacher, Chris, 72, 111. Lattimer, Kim, 51, 52, 53, 58, 59, 64, 68, 97. Lattimer, Scott, 51, 73, 100. Lee, Chris, 73, 100. Lee, Tim, 51, 72, 100. Leffert, Melinda, 2, 9, 23, za, 36, 37, 47, sz, sa, 11s, 58, 95. Manual, Sarah, 36, 51, 59, 73, 103. Manuwal, Clyde, 111. Marchand, Robert, 51, 73, 100. Marks, Laurie, 36, 51, 73. Masterson, Chris, 70. Masterson, Charles, 23, 28. McCay, Mike, 2, 23, 25, 2.8, 46, 60, 61, 64, 90, 95, 112, 127, 54. McClain, Eric, 51, 73, 100. McCoige, Greg, 66, 111. McCoige, Rick, 26, 28, 48, 105. McCoy, Mike, 73, 103. McCoy, Pam, 57, 58, 60, 64, 66. McCoy, Sandi, 70. McCune, Darla, 58, 59, 70, 98, 99. McCune, Rhonda, 26, 28, 52, 59, 54. McFarland, Laurie, 59, 73, 103. McGee, Paula, 15, 36, 58, 70. McGowen, Tammy, 10, 36, 52, 53, 58, 59, 60, 62, 68, 88, 89, 100. McGowen, Wendy, 59, 72, 103. Mclntire, Brian, 26, 28, 36, 48, 58, 59, 64, 90, 105. McKinney, Michelle, 40, 58, 59, 60, 62, 68, 116. McMichael, Ed, 68. Mechling, Glenda, 51, 59, 72, 103, 116. Mechling, Ruth, 51, 72. Mechling, Tom, 6, 10, 59, 60, 66, 105, 112. Metcalf, Annette, 36, 73. Miller, Jon, 68, 69. Miller, Mike, 35, 51, 72. Miller, Rod, 6, 9, 36, 37, 59, 60, 68, 118, 119, 120, 121. 124. Leffert, Ronda, 59, 72, 103. Leverich Cathy, 36, 58, 70. Leverich Nancy, 36, 72. Leverich Norm, 60, 66, 67. Leverich, Tonya, 36, 73. Lowe, Brenda, 51, 59, 72, 103. Lowry, Rejenna, 35. M Madonna, Julie, 15, 36, 57, 62, 66. Mahler, Josh, 56, 68. Mahler, Sam, 34, 36, 73. Malcolm, Adam, 23, 28, 148f INDEX Miller, Theresa, 51, 59, 73, 103. Miller, Traci, 50, 51, 58, 59, 64, 70, 71, 99. Montague, Roger, 36, 73. Montague, Tammy, 36, 53, 68, 116. Montgomery, Polly, 26, 28, 28, 58, 88, 96, 112. Mullaney, David, 51, 59, 73. Mullaney, Janice, 43, 50, 58, 59, 60, 64, 68. Mullaney, Steve, 66. Myers, Lora, 59, 72, 99. N Nine, Kenny, 36, 73, 100. Nolin, Lisa, 9, 50, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 88, 89, 96, 54. Nolin, Lori, 50, 58, 64, 68, 89. Norman, Becky, 70, 54. Norman, Randy, 25, 26, 28, 29, 58, 59, 64, 126. Novitzke, Jesse, 72, 103. O O'Dell, Deb, 43, 58, 59, es, 59, 96, 112. O'Dell, John, 10, 70, 90, 92. Overmyer, Doug, 59, 61, 68, 90, 105, 110. Overmyer, JoEtta, 72, 103 Overmyer, Mike, 72. Overmyer, Tom, 60, 68. Overmyer, Valerie, 2, 9, 26, za, 29, se, 37, ss, 59, 62, ea, 64, 118, 119, 120, 121, 54. P Palmer, Alan, 43, 57, 62, 66, 107, 112, 117, 54. Parker, Ernie, 36, 37, 48, eo, ee, 90, 105, 108, 109, 119. Parker, Kris, 36, 58, 59, 70. A Parrish, Michelle, 17, 26, 28, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64, 126, 54. Parrish, Mike, 70. Paterson, James, 36, 73. Paterson, Rob, 100. Paton, Richard, 42, 70, 92. Patton, Tana, 50, 58, 59, 61, 71, 89, 106. Patton, Tracy, 6, 51, 59, 72, 103. Personette, Janice, 68. Peterson, Dale, 73. Peterson, Della, 36, 72. Pletcher, Penny, 2, 26, 28, 29, 36, 50, 58. Pletcher, Tim, 36, 37, 50, 60, 66, 118. Poisel, Terry, 17, 27, 28, 60. Powell, Bob, 58, 66, 90, 95, 121. Powell, Steve, 72, 100, 101. Pritchett, Jeff, 60, 71. Prochno, Janell, 67, 88, 106, 112. Q Quimby, Lisa, 24, 27, 28, 59, 60. Quimby, Mike, 60, 68. Quimby, Pixie, 24, 27, 28, so, sa, 59, 64, 54. R Redinger, Rose, 36, 51, 59 73, 103. Redman, Jack, 67, 111. Reece, Laura, 58, 59, 71, 96. Rex, Kim, 27, 28, 29, 56, 60, 54. Rice, Rick, 27, 28, 32, 59, 60, 89, 90, 91. Risner, Ed, 51, 72. Risner, Mitzi, 58, 59, 60, 64, 68, 106. Robb, Claudia, 42, 60, 69, 106. Robb, Marshall, 27, 28, 60. Rosebaum, Lisa, 59, 72. Rosebaum, Tawnya, 59, 71. Rosebush, Darlene, 6, 50, 52, 58, 59, 62, 64, 69, 89. Rospopo, Angie, 57, 58, 71. Roush, Lori, 17, 27, 28, 56, 58, 59, 60, 62, 146, 54. Roush, Mary, 50, 57, 58, 59, 64, 69, 54. Rowe, Pam, 6, 8, 10, 15, 16, 36, 37, 52, 58, 59, 61, 64, 66, 87, 120, 121, 146, 54. S Savage, Natalie, 59, 62, 99, 103. Savage, Phil, 10, 71, 90, 92, 93, 112. Schafer, Don, 27, 28, 44, 59, 60, 105. Scheetz, Melinda, 58, 59, 69, 89. SCl1n6idel', Ed, 27, 28, 29, 54. Schultz, Melinda, 36, 59, 60, 64, 69, 97. Sheets, Danita, 36, 72. Sheets, Wade, 66. Shepherd, Brent, 60, 71, 90, 92. Shepherd, Denise, 36, 58, 60, 64, 66, 146. Sherman, Bruce, 51, 73. Shidler, Robyn, 36, 50, 58 59, 62, 63, 64, 66, 124, 54. Shidler, Tamera, 50, 58, 71. Shipley, Bill, 72. Shipley, Jill, 36, 51, 59, 61, 73, 99, 103. Shireman, Ronald, 72. Shivers, Jeff, 34, 72, 100, 103. Shivers, Kris, 28, 30, 47, 52, 57, 58, 59, 64, 54. Shorter, Todd, 72, 111. Shufelt, Arnold, 9, 15, 28, 29, 30, 32, 36, 37, 57, 58, 64, 123, 127. Shufelt, Mark, 73. 98, 121, 123, 146, 54. Shufelt, Mike, 72. Shufelt, Vanessa, 59, 72, 103. Slemons, Rachel, 35, 36, 51, 59, 72, 103. Smith, Ken, 28, 30, 60, 105. Smith, Kim, 2, 28, 30, 36, 50, 58. Smith, Sue, 28, 30, 38, 50, 58, 59, 124, 54. Snider, Cathy, 36, 38, 50, 58, 59, 64, 69, 117. Snyder, Kristi, 6, 13, 36, 37, 50, 58, 59, 61, 64, 69, Snyder, Brad, 71, 90, 110. Solomon, David, 51, 73, 100, 101. Spohn, Staner 58, 60, Dave, 60, 71, 92. , Cara, 36, 40, 52, 64, 66, 88. Staner, Tonia, 36, 73, 103. Staner, Tracy, 10, 52, 58, Thayer, Janelle, 58, 59, 60 71, 97. Thayer, Tracy, 28, 29, 30, 59. Thomas, Mary, 17, 29, 31, 57, 58, 60, 62, 64, 80. Thompson, Angie, 6, 10, 13, 52, 58, 59, 60, 69, 96, 97. Thompson, Kim, 9, 11, 20, 29, 31, 36, 37, 50, 58, 59, 61, 119, 120, 54. Thompson, Tim, 61, 73, 100, 103. Tolson, Jeff, 35, 51, 61, 73, 100. r 71, 89, 97. Starkey, Jeff, 57, 58, 62, 63, 66, 146. Statton, Laurie, 50, 57, 58. Stauffer, Jana, 40, 58, 59, 71, 89, 98, 106. Stauffer, Jay, 59, 62, 63, 64, 66, 90, 110. Stockberger, Peggy, 36, 52, 58, 59, 60, 69. Stone, Jerry, 35, 51, 72, 100, 101, 103. Stone, Laura, 36, 51, 59, 72, 103. Stone, Tony, 15, 58, 64, 69, 93, 95, 105, 110, 54. Stratton, Lori, 71. Trump 105. Trump Trusty, , David, 50, 69, , Dennis, 29, 31. Henderson, 72. Tucker, Tami, 9, 15, 29, 31, 36, 37, 58, 59, 61, 64, 118, 119, 120, 121, 127, 54. Tuttle, 107. Tuttle, Tuttle, 36, 59, V Dave, 66, 94, 95, Dee, 57, 59, 72. Rose, 17, 29, 31, 60, 61, 54. Vanator, Lisa, 51, 73. Williams, Joanna, 72. Williams, Kevin, 60, 66, 105. Williams, Lisa, 58, 66. Winenger Dave, 6, 11, 14, 16, 20, 29, 31, 37, 55, 58, 59, 62, 64, 105, 146, 54. Winenger, Robert, 51, 72, 100, 103. Winters, Deb, 45, 50, 58, 59, 60, 64, 69, 87, 98. Willyard, Ed, 72. Wright, Janice, 71. Wolfe, Jenny, 36, 53, 58, 59, 60, 66, 117. Y Yazel, Stan, 45, 69. Z Zehner, Joy, 71. Zehner, Lisa, 36, 69. Zentz, Bob, 15, 40, 44, 58, 62, 63, 64, 66, 54. Zentz, Kenny, 36, 72. Zolman, Curt, 51, 72, 100 Stults, Bill, 60, 69, 90, 93. Stults, Chris, 6, 10, 50, 56, 69, 91, 93, 107, 108, 109. Stults, David, 51, 73, 100, 103. Stutler, Denise, 69. Stults, Lori, 20, 28, 29, 30, 36, 37, Stults, 58, 59, 62, 63, 98. Sharlene, 9, 28, 29, 30, 36, 44, 50, 58, 59, 60, 64, 127. Stults, Tanna, 52, 58, 59, 69, 89. Susits, Rick, 69. T Taylor, Charlene, 36, 38, 50, 58, 59, 61, 69, 87, 89, 98, 121, 122, 124, 54. Taylor, Dan, 14, 16, 28, 29, 30, 54, 59, 61, 64, 87, 90, 126, 54. Taylor, Joseph, 72, 100, 103. Thacker, Ann, 36, 51, 72. Thacker, Jon, 60, 71, 90, 92. Thacker, Sonja, 58, 66, 96. Van Dusen, Stacy, 36, 58, 59, 71. Van Duyne, Kevin, 9, 36, 37, 69, 118, 119, 120, 121. Van Duyne, Linda, 36, 51 59, 72, 103. Van Gieson, Jim, 72, 103. Vermillion, Jim, 71. Vermillion, JoAnn, 73. W Wallace, Pam, 50, 58, 59, 69, 106. Wallace, Paula, 36, 51, 59, 61, 72, 103. Walls, Cindy, 36, 50, 52, 56, 57, 58, 59, 69, 106. Walls, Dennis, 67. Walters, Kristi, 40, 52, 58, 59, 62, 69, 88, 89. Wagers, Troy, 36, 73, 100. Ward, Teresa, 29, 31, 47, 56, 54. Watson, Lars, 50, 59, 69, 105, 90, 107, 112, 116. Wilcox, Robbin, 36, 52, 58, 59, 60, 66, 87, 88, 96, 112. Wilhelm, Chris, 29, 31. Wilhelm, Jerlyn, 58, 59, 52, 71, 116. Wilhelm, Susan, 36, 51, 73, 103. Williams, Bobbie Jo, 36, 51, 59, 73, 99, 103. Williams, Dan, 60, 71, 92. 1 ADVERTISERS' INDEX Argos Beauty Shop, 145. Argos Elevator, 136. Argos Lumber Company, 130. Argos Pharmacy, 143. Argos Public Library, 141. Bailey's Sales 8: Service, 132. Bash's Standard, 145. D.A. Burkett 8: Son, 141. Don Calhoun Chevrolet, 135. Chi-Am Inn, 140. Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 138. Country Inn Restaurant, 140. Crull Ready Mix and Materials Co., 135. Dairy Queen, 139. Dale's Furniture City, 139 Derf Jewelers, 146. Dimmitt Auto Wrecking, 140. Drainage Control, 143. Eley Saw Mill, 132. Felke Florist, 140. The Flagpole, 141. Grandma's Kitchen, 144. Grossman Funeral Home, 141. Holland's Hardware, 132. Hudon Office Equipment, Inc., 146. Lake Arrowhead Campground, 146. Lauer's, 138. Lobdell Emery, 136. Log House Inn, 141. Log House Village, 135. Mandarin House, 139. Marshall County Bank 8: Trust Co., 131. Marshall County REMC, 140. McCollough Real Estate, 139. Mr. Trophy, 133. Mr. Insurance, 136. Munday's Restaurant, 139. Nickles, 146. Oliver Ford, Mercury, 8: Lincoln, 142. Orr's Florist, 138. Park 'N Shop, 145. Phillips 66 and Food- Mart, 130. The Photo Co. "Plus," 134. Pioneer Seed 8: Occo Feeds, 146. PiRod, Inc., 139. Plymouth Family Realty, 146. Plymouth Veterinary Clinic, 140. Prices Nurseries, Inc., 146. Price's One Hour Martinizing, 146. Rainbow Travel, 139. Ristance Products, 130. Rochester Sale Barn, 146. Schoonover's, 133. The Sewing Basket, 134. Sherwin Williams, 139. Standard Oil Products, 141. State Exchange Bank, 137. Steward Supply Company, Inc., 146. Superior Appliance and TV Center, 142. Teacher's Credit Union, 142. Thompson Ditching, 141. Treats for Her, 138. Treats Squire Shop, 138. Vanadco Signs, 133. Vicki's Hair Hut, 143. WTCA, 140. Welborn Seed, 140. Wickes Lumber, 141. Wilts Food Center, 146. Yoder's Sports, Inc., 138. INDEX! 149 COLCDR YOUR YEAR HAPPY . . . COLQR YOUR YEAR HA Q, I'-X COLOR YOUR YEAR HAPPY . . . COLOR YOUR YEA W HW 3 A May 23, 1982, will be the last time all of A the Seniors will be together. The thought is a sad one, because each one of us will miss a friend or a teacher. But on that day, we will start a new life different from our years at Argos. Some of us will go in the serviceg some will go on to college: some will become Farmersg some will get marriedg1But each of ual-gas a goal in life, and we should strive to meet that goal. just remember if the sun can make a rainbow out of raindrops, just think of wha! you can make out of your life. f J' Mfracey Carlisli: 1982 Yearbook Editor 152!CLGS1NG


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