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

 - Class of 1984

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From childhood to grade school to high school and on up through adulthood, the Argos at- mosphere is developing a special kind of people - people who care. The people of Argos heh? each other to reach their potential Argos is under construction, building the best it canl Top - The new band and shop ad- ditions are under construction. Center Left - Jana Stauffer is dressed in her usual "mod" fashion. Lower Left - Marcia Clark and Tammy De Poy are excited about being Seniors. Lower Right - Mike Miller wears cool clothes to a band contest dur- ing the summer. 2X Opening BUILDING THE BEST IT CAN! ,Q Upper Left - Tina Alderfer, Vicki Kitch, Jodie Hartle, and Peggy Stockberger are prepared for their long trip to Muncie. Center Left - Kip Bailey and Tina Alderfer talk about their summer activities. Lower Left - Glenda Mechling and Laura Stone share a break between classes. 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VARIETY SHOW PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC STUDENTS l6fOpening TO SHOW TALEN TS 196 400 629 CHRIS TOPHER ALLEN A NDRE WS Intramurals 3, 4, FFA I, FHA 4, FEA 4, Kitchen Hebner 3, 4, Pep Block 3, 4 - Sergeant of Arms, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Homecoming Escort 2, Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Baseball 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4. HEIDI LIN APPLE Band I, 2, Marching Band I, 2, FFA 2, 3, 4 - Sentinel, Girls' Basketball I, 2, Girls' Track 3. WARREN PHILLIP BA RL O W Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Singip' I6 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, FEA 4, Kitchen Help- er 2, Spring Musical 2, 3. 4, 4-H I, 2. 3, 4, Variety Show I. 2, 3. 4, Soccer I, 2, 3. 4, Bas- ketball I, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. I8fSeniors MARK ALLEN BAUMAN Intramurals I, 2, 3, Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Fall Play I, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2. RE VA L' YNN CASTLE Band 3 - Secretary, Pep Band 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Pom Pons I, Singin' I6 3, Choir I, 2, 3, 4 - Pres., Dra- ma Club 3, 4 - Vice Pres., SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3. MARCIA MARIE CLARK Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 2, FHA 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, NHS 2, 3, 4, FEA 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 4, Class Treasur- er - I, 4-H I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, Student of the Month 3. DA VID A L A N C OUGHE NOUR Choir I, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Heber 2, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, lf ,MQ , 4 , 'WWW DA WN MARIE CRUM Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Flags 3, 4 A Captain, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2. 3, 4, FEA 4, Peer Facilita- tors 3, 4, Kitchen Helper 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 2, 3, 4, Jr. Miss 4, Girls' Statistician 3, 4. TRO Y DE VON CRUM FFA I, 2, 3, Kitchen Helper 3, Soccer I, 3, Basketball I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2. JUL IE L YNN C URR Y Band I. 2, Pep Band I. 2, Marching Band I, 2, Jazz Band I, 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, FEA I, 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Helper 4, Newspaper Staff I, 2, Fall Play 2, 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 4-H I, Variety Show I, 2, Girls' Basketball 2, Girls' Track I. BARBARA A NN DA VIS Office Helper 4, FHA 2. 3, 4 - Historian, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Newspa- per Staff 4. MICK EL W. DENNIE Singin' I64, Intramurals 4, FFA I, 2, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Homecom- ing Escort 3, Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Baseball I, 2. 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4. TA MM Y L YNN DePO Y FHA 3, 4 - Vice President, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4 - Sergeant of Arms. S TEPHE N EARL DUFF FFA I, Kitchen Hehwer I, Pep Block I, 2, Newspaper Staff 4, Fall Play I, Spring Musical I, 2, Variety Show 2, Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I. 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals Referee 2, 3, 4. SeniorsfI9 SPECIAL FRIENDSHIPS 5 as- are We l - Kristi Walters, Marcia Clark. and Cindy Walls find time at noon to chat. 2 - Mary Roush and Pam Wallace enjoy the pictures on the locker door. 3 - Tanna Stults and Reva Castle relax in front of their lockers. 4 - Rod and Chris show their pro- files. 5 - In studyhall, Cindy Walls, Angie Thompson, and Mendi Scheetz look over some senior pictures. 6 - Kim Lattimer and Michelle McKinney pause between classes. 20f5eniors W .x 8 NP!lw 1 Q . WILL BE FOREVER REMEMBERED ,V We is 1 1,, W-5 ggi A2Lf'i22 1 ' l - Foreign exchange student, Va- leria Ballardin, and Cathy Snider are all smiles during composition class. 2 - Lori Nolin and Kris Hudspeth relax between classes. 3 - Tammy McGowen, Mitzi Risner, and Peggy Stockberger show some of their senior spirit. 4 - Steve Duff, Tony Stone, Warren Barlow, Rick Susits, and Chris An- y drews clown around. 5eniorsf2l , JEFFRE Y ALLEN GIBB ONS Spring Musical 3. 4, 4-H I, 2, Golf I, Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 3, 4. DA NA ALICE HARRELL FHA 2, 3, SSS I, 2, 3 - Treas., 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Peer Facilitators 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4 - Treas., Fresh. Class Pres., Soph. Class Pres., Jr. Class Pres., 4-H I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track 3, 4. LESL EE ANN HENR Y Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Jazz Band I, Flags 4, Choir 4, Yearbook Staff 2, 3, Dra- ma Club I, 2, 3, 4, S55 I, 2, 3, 4, FEA I, 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Heber 2, 3, 4, Library Heh:- er I, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4, 4-H - 9 years, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball I, 2, 4, Jr. Miss Finalist 4. 22 Seniors SHERR Y L YNN HILL Band I, 2, Marching Band I, 2, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Library Help- er 3, 4-H I, 2, Variety Show I, 2, Girls' Track I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Ad Salesman 4. L O WEL L JOHN HOL LAR KRIS TIN L YNN HUDSPE TH Band I, 2 - Manager and Publicity, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, Flags 2, Drama Club I, 2, 3, SSS I, 2 - Historian, 3 - Secretary, 4, FEA I, 2, 3. 4 - Pres., Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play I, 2, 3, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, GirIs'Basket- ball I, 2, 3, Girls' Track I, Student of the Month 3, Jr. Miss 4. TODD A. KA NARR Band I, 2, 3. 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, Kitchen Helper I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4. xx x K X X xi XXX X F KE X 1 4 3 X X X I VX X am 1,1 , 5 2 I 3 sf, , .X S X X X s ,L . , A .5 xg-2, 1 K N , by X TODD ALLEN KUCHEL Intramurals 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Kitchen Helper I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, 4-H I. K IMBERL Y KA Y LA TTIMER Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons I, 2. 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Drama Club I, 2, 3, SSS I, 2, N 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3 - Treas., 4, Spring Musical 2, -- 3, 4, Sr, Class Treasurer, 4-H - 9 years, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Girls'Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student of the Month 3, ni K., It S ' K .... , six I - X -i X X me X 1 JOSHUA RO Y MAHL El? Yearbook Staff 3, 4, FFA I, Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Peer Facilitators 3, K itchen Hebr- er I, 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Student of the Month 3. TAMERIA SUE MCGO WEN Marching Band I. 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons I. 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff I, 2. 3, FHA I, 2, 3, Drama Club 4, SSS I, 2. 3, 4, FEA 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2 - Treas., 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4, Junior and Senior Class Vice Pres., Va- riety Show I, 2. 3, 4, Fr. Homecoming Candidate, Soph. Homecoming Candi- date, Volleyball Manager 2, Girls' Track 2. MIC HELL E L YNN McKlNNE Y Yearbook Staff 2, 3 - Co- Editor, 4 - Editor, Office Hebner 3, FFA I, 2 - Sec., 3 - Sec., SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Nation- al Honor Society 2, 3, 4 - Vice Pres., FEA 2, 3, 4, Peer Facilitators 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, 4-H I0 years, 4-H Of- fices lw Treas., 2 - Sec., 3 - Pres., 4 - Pres., Jr. Leaders 6 years, Jr. Leader Offices 2 1 Treas,, 3 - Treas., 4 - Pres., Girls State, Student of the Month 3, ED ALBERT McMlCHAEL JONN Y G MILLER K itchen Heber 4, Pep Block 4 - Sergeant of Arms, 4-H I, Homecoming Escort 4. Seniors 23 SENIORS ENJOY THEIR LAST . . . N-""""M I - Heidi Apple and Mike Emen- aker 2 - Dar Rosebush 3 - Chris Stults 4 - Julie Curry 5 - .leff Gibbons 6 - .lon Miller 24f5eniors . . . FEW WEEK 5 OF GOOD TIMES nie 2 - Cindy Walls 3 - Mary Roush Tammy DePo y I - Rick Suslts, Steve Duff, Lars Watson, Chris Andrews, Mike Den- 4 - Barb Davis, Cindy Walls, CHICAGO 5eniorsf.?5 RODNE Y DALE MILLER Band 3, Pep Band 3, March- ing Band 3, Singin' I6 I, 2, 3, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3 - Treas., 4 - Pres., Drama Club 3. 4 - Pres., Peer Faci- litators 3, Pep Block 2, 3, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musical I,2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Escort I, Basketball I. JA NICE MARIE MUL LA NE Y Band I, 2, Pep Band I, 2, Marching Band I, 2, Choir 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, FHA 2, Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, FEA 4, Peer Facilitators 4, Kitchen Heber I, 2, Li- brary Helper 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Fall Play 2. 3. 4, Spring Musical I, 2, 4, 4-H I, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, Girls' Track Mgr. 3, 4, Girls' Bas- ketball Mgr. 4, Girls' Volley- ball Mg. 4, Yearbook Ad Salesman 4. L ORI KA Y NOLIN Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, Choir 3, Drama Club 2, 3. 4 - Treas. SSS I, 2, 3, 4 - Vice Pres., FEA 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 3, Soph. Class Secretary, Jr, Class Secretary, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 26fSeniors DOUGLAS KENT O VERM YER Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, FHA 4: Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Homecom- ing Escort 3, Golf I, 2, 3, 4, Soccer I. 2. TOM E. O VERM YER FFA I, 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 4, Freshman Class Treasur- er, Sophomore Class Trea- surer, Junior Class Treasur- er, 4-H I, 2, 3, 4. MIKE OUIMB Y FFA I, 2, 3. 4 - Vice Presi- dent. MITZI MARNEE RISNER Choir 3, FHA I, 2, 3, Drama Club 3, 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, FEA 2. 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musical 3, 4-H I, 2 - Song Leader, 4, Variety Show 3, Track Man- ager 2, I 1:11, ' ,afishfffi . " f 1552252-' '.f,,,E'f'f ' I 3 'Y ls f ims ,il my jsf, ,J 4-,M ,Q ' ,,, . -iri ' jx! 4 f 2, an 25 CLA UDIA MIC HELL ROBB Yearbook Staff 4, FFA I. 2, 3, 4 - Reporter, Pep Block I, Newspaper Staff 4, Girls' Track I, Student of the Month 3. DARL ENE RAE ROSEBUSH Band I. 2, 3. 4, Pep Band I, 2. 3, 4, Marching Hand I. 2, 3, 4, Flags 2. 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 2, 3. 4, SSS I, 2. 3, 4, FEA 2. 3, 4, Kitchen Helper 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3. 4 - Vice Pres., Newspaper Staff 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3. 4, Homecoming Candidate 4, Volleyball I. 2, 3. 4. MAR Y BE TH ROUSH Band I, 2, 3, 4 -f Vice Pres., Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I. 2, 3, Flags 3, Year- book Staff 3, 4 - Ad Sales- man, Office Hehwer 2. 3, 4, Drama Club I. 2, 3. 4, SSS I. 2. 3, 4 - Treas,, FEA 2, 3, 4 - Treas., Kitchen Helper 3, Pep Block I. 2, 3. 4, Student Council I, 2. 3 - Treas., 4 - President, 4-H I, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Candidate 3, B- Team Cheerleader 3, Varsity Cheerleader 4, Girls' Track 2. 4. MEL INDA SUE SCHEE TZ Marching Band I, Pom Pons I, FHA 3. 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Helper 3. 4, Pep Block I, 2. 3, 4, GirIs'Basket- ball 2, Volleyball I, 2. 3, Cheerleader I. y ,iiif ,,,- " IIII ill T H Y' ,,,, 3,11-1223 lf: I ,,.,. . e I MEL INDA DEE S C HUL TZ Singin' I6 3. 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3. 4, FEA 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musi- cal I. 2, 3, 4, 4-H I, 2, 3. 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3. 4. CA TH Y SUE SNIDEI? Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2. 3, 4, Marching Band I. 2. 3, .Iazz Band I, 2. 3, 4, Pom Pons 4, Singin' I6 3. 4, Choir I, 2. 3, Drama Club 3, 4, SSS 2, 3, 4, FEA I, 2, 3. 4, Peer Facilitators 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2. 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Fall Play 3. 4, Spring Musical I. 2, 3, 4, 4-H I. 2. 3, 4, Vari- ety Show I, 2, 3. 4, Jr. Miss 4. K RIS TI KA YE SN YDER Band I, 2, 3. 4, Pep Band I, 2. 3. 4, Marching Band I. 2, 3. 4, Drum Majorette 2. 3. 4, Jazz Band I, Singin' I6 I, 2, 3. 4, Choir 2, 3, Drama Club I. 2, 3 - Sec., 4, SSS I. 2. 3, 4, National Honor Society 2. 3, 4 - Sec, FEA I- Hist., 2, 3, 4, Peer Facilitators 3. 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Student Councill- Treas., 2 - Sec., Fall Play 2, 3. 4, Spring Musical I. 2, 3, Variety Show I, 2. 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2. 3. 4, Girls' Basketball Statistician I. 2, 3. "HOW DO WE SAY GOOD-B E" I - The Senior Ensemble sings "How Do We Say Good-bye." 2 Q Tammy DePoy and Barb Davis get ready to put on their caps and gowns. 3 W Charlene Taylor plays her flute for one of the songs sang by the Mixed Ensemble. 4 - Michelle McKinney bids her classmates good-bye. 5 - Kim Lattimer wishes her class- mates the best of luck. 6 -A Kris Hudspeth looks back on the years of high school the Class of '84 has spent together and reminds them to keep in touch. 28fSeniors MQ mf W? 4 f 4? M 4 X ti 0 X 7 W 0 me , X X ffl J an 5 A ' 5 "ffH::f' :I .f" .' f fl-:W f , f f-'V "W ' ' Nw fm www- ,Wwe i , ,i, ,,, E, - ,,i,, 35 'ff zmp Wggwge M gtg, WF' i "-1 0 l - As 'Pomp and Circumstance" is played by the High School Band, the graduates walk down the aisle for the last time as Seniors. 2 - Lori Nolin offers a tearful fare- well to her classmates and friends. 3 f At graduation practice, the Senior Ensemble rehearses their song. 4 - "Ladies and Gentlemen, I pre- sent to you the Class of l984," an- nounces our superintendent, Mr. Rohl. Seniorsf29 TAMMY S. STAHI. FHA 4, Pep Block 4, Spanish Club I. PE GG Y SUE S TOC K BERGER Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, 2. 3, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, FEA 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2. 3, 4. ROBERT A N THON Y S TONE Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, FEA I, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary, Peer Facilita- tors 3, 4, Library Helper I, Pep Block I, 2, Newspaper Staff 4, Fall Play I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 2, Golf I, 2, Basketball Manager I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3. 30fSeniors I CHRIS A L A N STUL TS Soccer I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Intramurals 3, 4. TA NNA MAE S TUI. TS Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons I, 2, 3. 4, Year- book Staff 2, 3, 4, Office Helper I, 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Peer Facilitators 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4. WIL I IA M DA NIEL S TUL TS FFA I, 2, Kitchen Helper 2, 3, 4-H I, 2, Soccer 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4. DE NISE L YNN S TU Tl. ER Choir 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Pep Block 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musical 4, Vari- ety Show 4. 3 '19- -x,- Www' . x i A5 I RICK SUSI TS Intramurals 3, 4, FFA I, Kitchen Hebner I, Pep Block 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Track 3. 4. CHA RL ENE PA TRIC IA TA YL OR Band I, 2 - Sec.. 3. 4 f Pres., Pep Band I. 2. 3. 4, Marching Band I, 2. 3, 4, Singin'I6 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, SSS I, 2. 3 i Vice Pres., 4 - Pres., National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3 - Sec.. 4 - Pres., FEA 2. 3, 4, Pep Block I. 2, 3. 4, Student Council 2, 3 A Vice Pres., 4 e Vice Pres.. Spring Musical 2, 3, 4-H I, Variety Show I, 2, 3. 4, Homecoming Candidate I, Girls ' Basketball I, Volleyball I. 2. 3. 4, Cheerleader I. 2. 3. 4, Girls' Track I. 3, .lr. Miss 4. A NGELA MIC HELE THOMPSON Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons I, 2, 3, 4 - Cap- tain, FHA 2 - Hist., 3 - Treas,. 4 - Pres., SSS I, 2, 3, 4 A Cor. Sec., National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 -- Treas,, Kitchen Heber 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4 - Pres., Fall Play 4, Variety Show I, 2. 3, 4, Homecoming Candi- date 2, 3 - 2nd Runner-Up. 4 W Oueen, Girls' Basket- ball I. 2, 3, 4. DAVE ALLEN TRUMP Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I. 2, Jazz Band I, Choir I, 2, Intramurals 2. 3, 4, Kitchen Hebner 4, Variety Show I, 3. .IA MES KE VIN VA N DU YNE Band I, Singin' I6 2. 3. 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Drama Club 3, 4, FEA 3. 4, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musical I. 2, 3, 4, 4-H I. 2, 3, 4, Vari- ety Show 2, 3, 4, Soccer I, Basketball I, Baseball I, Ele- mentary Soccer Coach 2, 3, 4. PAMELA SUE WALLACE Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Flags 2. 3, Yearbook Staff 4, SSS I. 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, FEA I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I. 2, 3. 4, Newspa- per Staff 4, Sr. Class Secre- tary, 4-H I. 2, 3 - Vice Pres., Variety Show I. 2, 3. 4, Girls' Track I, 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA ANN WALLS Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Flags 2, 3, Choir 2. 4, Year- book Staff 3. 4, FHA 4, Dra- ma Club 2. 3, 4, SSS I, 2, 3. 4, FEA I, 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Helper I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Fall Play 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, 4-H I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I. 2, 3. 4, Girls' Basketball 2, Girls' Track I, 2. 3, 4. Peer Facili- tator 4. Seniorsf3l .. ss SS X f. iw VAL ERIA BAL LARDIN Valeria is a foreign exchange student from Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, staying with Jean, Bruce, and Jana Stauffer. Manaus is a medium, sized town having a population of SLXZLXXI Located very close to the Amazon River, Manaus is a mixture of modern and old customs and architecture. Valeria arrived on January I 7. She attended the Nossa Senhora Ausciliadora school in Brazil which has 2,I.XX7 students. Here she took five classes from 7,3Oa.m. to l2,C17p.m. Lower grades attend school in the afternoon, Here is what Valeria says about her stay in Argos, "I'm really fine and happy, Here I found a big number of friends and a good school. My family is wonderful, and it's good to live in a smaller city. This experience made me lose something in Brazil, but it ga ve me the double knowledge of good things here, And, I 'll go back in July. I 'in studying speech, biology, P.E. fhelpingj, Span- ish IV, literature, composition, and U.S. History. It's been hard to understand the language, but it 's getting better. I like the teachers and l'm trying to do my best." KRISTI LYNN ' I WAL TERS Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pom Pons 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Yearbook Staff I, 2, 3, Of- fice Helper 4, FHA 2, 3, Dra- ma Club 3, 4, SSS I, 2, 3, 4, FEA 2, 3, 4 - Vice Pres., Peer Facilitators 3, 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4 - News Editor, Fall Play 3, 4, Spring Musical 3, 4, 4-HI - Health 8 Safety, 2 - Song Leader. 3 - Pres., 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Mgr. I, 2, Q Volleyball Mgr. I, 2, Girls' Track Mgr. I, 2, Jr. Miss 4, Jr. Leader 2, 3. 4 - Report- er. JUS TIN L ARS WA TS ON Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3. 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, FEA 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play I, 2, Spring Musical I. 2, 3, 4, 4-H I, 2: Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Soc- cer I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Track I, 2, 4. DEBRA L OUISE WIN TERS Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Flags 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4 - Ad Salesman, FHA 2, 3 - Hist. 4, Drama Club 2. 3, 4, SSS I, 2. 3, 4, FEA 3, 4, Peer Facilitators 4, Pep Block I, 2, 3, 4 - Sergeant at Arms, Newspaper Staff Typist 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Girls' Track 3. STAN LEE YAZEL L ISA MARIE Z EHNER Choir I, Yearbook Staff 4, Drama Club 3. 4, Fall Play 3, V 4, Spring Musical I, 4-H I, Variety Show I. is ,EN -.,, K ,As J ' fc, Male Female u CLASS FL O WER Pom-Pom Mums CLASS MO TTO Today's beautiful moments are Tomorrow's beautiful memories. " CLASS COL ORS Burgundy - Dusty Rose - Cream I Ha ve I0 Become Become Become Become Become Become kids president a minister a millionaire bankrupt a movie star shipwrecked on desert island Become Become bald a poster-pinup Succeed Become Principal at AHS WHO IS THE: Class clown Best singer Best dancer Best driver Worst driver Best dressed Best looking Most Mischie vous Most talkative Most easily embarrassed Shyest Most Creative WHO HAS THE: Best smile Prettiest hair Prettiest eyes Best imagination Best sense of humor Nicest car Best personality 3 SENIOR SUR VE Y WHO is THE MOST LIKEL Y ro: Chris Andrews Tony Stone Kevin Van Duyne Chris Stults Chris Andrews Chris Stults Doug Overmyer Mike Quimby Chris Andrews Warren Barlow Steve Duff Dave Trump Rod Miller Chris Andrews Chris Stults Josh Mahler Jon Miller Chris Andrews Dave Trump Doug Overmyer Rod Miller Warren Barlow Frank Davis Mark Bauman .lon Miller Mike Dennie Troy Crum Mark Bauman Dave Trump Rod Miller Warren Barlow Reva Castle Char Taylor Lisa Zehner Kris Hudspeth Mary Roush Kim Lattimer Barb Davis Cathy Snider Tanna Stults Michelle McKinney Char Taylor Kristi Snyder Cindy Walls Char Taylor Reva Castle Deb Winters Tanna Stults Heidi Apple Mitzi Risner Denise Stutler Angie Thompson Jenny Mullaney Claudia Robb Lori Nolin Lori Nolin Kim Lattimer Dar Rosebush Deb Winters Angie Thompson Cindy Walls Mary Roush Heidi Apple Marcia Clark Seniorsf.-?3 SENIORS REMEMBER GOOD TIMES AT A H 5 I - Mary Roush and Pam Wallace spend a few moments at their lock- ers. 2 - Kristi Snyder uses Bill Stults as a make-up model in advanced speech. 3 - Looking up from her work is Lisa Zehner. 4 - Heide Apple concentrates on her accounting. 5 - Like many other teenagers. Jenny Mullaney enjoys reading magazines. 6 - Seniors Tammy McGowen and Char Taylor stop and chat before study hall. 34f5eniors M-mu., O40 040 CS nib-'-ng-Ag3'w9,'gk.ag'gN 353 Ejilgrlffefl SURIWW -ngmimm Um QQEOQ-'-w-.SE ni:-UQOmmvz0rg:-GQ. 'vfu'1'5':f'o'N'-v Em :slug 9.'f'r1'l'3"'W Q M W m 3 ? mfg g'S Q 8 :I-NWS-:'vi'UE2:a Q Q 5 -.3 Q 5 Q : Nou.: V3 B -.::n.vQw..S,L: Q 'Wim-.Nm-.o 5" 3 g N H M N W T Q Q,"N 3 'w 3 W a'E Q I 0 U'W s.Q. 5 N u--' vufvmfvz 3 D m38m Nt 3'mmf'0 5vo35u-gmmg--awm : 'U lm :- ns-S '1'g'nw2?"m2 Q W u E W 3 u Y I mmmxwwwxwmxwwxmx 1. -mm-nu wa RMK 36fA cademics sire' .X 5 s KK. lixil 34-iki-ki-it ...-. , 1- itll HEAL TH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION l - Michelle Hill takes a break from climbing the rope to smile for the cam- era. 2 - Richard Eby is going to show us just how strong he is. 3 - Jo Ann Young seems to be enjoy- ing health class. ,...rx"', A cadem icsf 3 7 AR T AND BUSINESS l - Kim Lattimer tries to match the colors in her painting of a sunset. 2 - Lowell Hollar scukwts an old-fa- shioned car out of cla y. 3 - Cathy Snider is working on her advertisement project for Art, MF 38fA cademics '1- I H ' L, Mww, - Qt , SEM I fff"f7'E"W rf H ,, ,W twdwx f sf W .,.,, . iw iit N Q 11 l - Tana Patton works for speed on her timed writings in Typing I. 2 - Heidi Apple learns how to use an electronic calculator correctly in Office Practice. 3 - Tammy Stahl concen- trates as she takes dictation at 60 words a minute. 4 - Barb Davis practices her reading skills in shorthand. I ,M A cademics X 39 l. Marcia Clark doesn't look too thrilled about dissecting her frog in Biology. 2 - Mendi Scheetz concen- trates on doing her lab in Biol- ogy class. 3 - Steve Albright and Dave Crum demonstrate the black and gold test at Open House, 4OfA cademics "'i,,,,,aI' '11 INDUS TRIA L AR T5 A ND SCIENCE I - Shawn Harville uses the electric sander to sand his book shelf. 2 - John O'Dell uses one of the ma- chines to a make a punch, which is used to mark a place to make a hole. 3 - Brent Shepherd demonstrates how to use a milling machine. Academicsf4l J, , Y ffdlilh ENGLISH, SPEECH, AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE l - Kristi Snyder tries to understand the full meaning of Macbeth. 2 - Michelle McKinney smiles as she finally finds the exact word to use in h co 't' er mposi ion. 3 - Sandy Shipley seems to be con- centrating on her English assignment. 4 - A Junior High reading group finds a different way to read a story. 42fA cademics it W T Q 'jd-A4 rf U -iw k,n-sv .A M534 S . ,,,L sg I l - Jana Stauffer and Steve Albright learn to conjugate verbs in French I. 2 - Spanish I class tries to recall all the meanings of their vocabulary words. 3 - Christy Becker gives her speech to entertain on her fa- vorite topic, the one and only "Thriller" - Michael Joe Jackson! 4 - Ruth Mechling demon- strates how to give a haircut in her speech to inform. 5 - Seniors Mendi Scheetz and Mike Quimby set up the video recorder to watch Oli- ver Twist. A cadem icsf 43 I - Dana Harrell cuts out just the right words for her Senior Home Economics project, 2 - Dave Trump prepares a pork chop for Foods Class. 3 - Tammy Depoy, Tammy MCC-Iowen, and Peggy Stockf berger work on a group pro- ject during Senior Home Eco- nomics class. 4 - Kim Lattimer, Chris Stults, Mike Dennie, Angie Thompson, and Mendi Scheetz discuss consumer expendi- tures in Family Management class. 44 XA cademics HOME ECONOMICS AND LIBRARY I - Nicole Johnson uses her library skills to find her library book. 2 - First grader Joey Harrington ex- plores the vast world of books. 3 - Jennifer Finney plays with the doll house during library time. 4 - Sixth grader Connie Ellis looks through the Young Hoosier Book Awards. ii Academicsf45 MA TH A ND A GRIC UL TURE I Y Kevin Van Duyne tries to get the bugs out of his program for the new one semester Computer class offered at AHS, 2 - Shawnda Davis and Nancy Lever- ich look up from their Algebra l assign- ment, 3 - Senior Math students wait pa- tiently for the bell to ring! im i?ie Agn- N 46fA cademics fm, l - Mark Bauman tries to fi- gure out just what to tell the computer to do next. 2 - Dawn Crum sighs as she leaves Senior Math after tak- ing her final exam. 3 E Stan Yazel works hard on his small engine hoping it will run sooner or later. 4 - Jeff Gibbons practices welding during class, Academicsf4 7 1,1 F' ,hi in SOCIAL S TUDIE l - Mr. Snyder I5 explaining the African culture and natural resources 10 his seventh grade social studies class. 2 1 .lerlyn Wilhelm explains the assignmen! to Todd Kuchel in U.5. History. 48fA cademics I A rs .ag-. .rf M., . BA ND MOVES INTO NE W PRACTICE ROOM I - Cathy Snider and Leslee Henry rehearse their solo passage for a concert. 2 - Ruth Mechling and Traci Mill- er rehearse with the band. 3 1 HIGH SCHOOL BAND A Row l - Kris Hudspeth, Lori Nolin, Ruth Mechling, Marsha Clark, Charlene Taylor. Row 2 - Traci Miller, .lo- die Hartle, Lori Grolich, Kim Hall. Bobbie Jo Williams, Cindy Walls. Row 3 - Warren Barlow, Greg Ed- wards, Lisa Vanator, Dawn Crum, Glenda Mechling, Pam Wallace. Row 4 - David Solomon. Jeff Tol- son, Laura Stone, Tracy Patton. Kristi Snyder, Laura Bash. Row 5 - Leslee Henry, Cathy Snider, David Trump, Paula Wallace, Tammy Shidler, Ed Risner, Theresa Miller. Row 6 - Bob Lichtenberger, Rose Redinger, Sara Manual. Jill Shipley. Mike Miller, David Crum, Troy Gates. Row 7 A Director Pam Huber, Dar Rosebush, Scott Lat- timer, Robert Winenger, Curt Zol- man, Lars Watson, Roger Gross- man, Deb Winters, A cademicsf 49 ..-.Qu.......- ......... BA D LOSES I8 The Argos High School Band lost eighteen seniors at the end of this school year. Miss Huber noted that their contribution will be missed. The band gave two concerts - Christmas and Spring - this year and performed at the Annual Variety Show. Several of the band members - Rose Redinger. Cindy Walls, Marcia Clark, Char Taylor, Leslee Hen- ry. Laura Bash, Troy Gates. Mike Miller. Robert Win- enger, Dawn C rum. and Linda Van Duyne - attend- ed the annual Honors Band rehearsal and concert. l v POM-PONS A Left to Right - Peggy Stock- berger, Vicki K itch. Tanna Stults. Angie Thompson. Tracy Hoeffer. Cathy Snider. Kim Lattimer. Kristi Walters. JoEtta Overmyer. Lorrie Friar. Ronda Da- vis. .lerlyn Wilhelm. Tammy McGowen, Christy Becker. 2 - The Argos High School Marching Band is shown posing after marching in the Indiana Band Tourna- ment in Delaware County at Muncie. 3 - FLAGS A Chris Davenport. Dawn Crum, Kim Hall. I - JUNIOR HIGH BAND - Row I - Theresa Grosvenor, Aaron Jernstrom, Shelly Wilhelm. Teri Harley, Kim Walters, Jennifer Trump, Pam Davenport, Director Pam Huber, Row 2 Y Anna Bartosik. Angie Nine, Esther Castle- man. Johanna Hoeffer, Peggy Rickman, Mi- chelle Thomas, Gina La Vanway, Tony Houin, Roger Murphy. Row 3 f Cheryl Ellis, Lisa Patton. Shawn Thompson, Doug Harshbarger, Eric Barlow, Tammy Ellis, Carla Cowger, Heather Burnett, Row 4 A Matt Krom, Doug Stevens. Wes Nellans, Brian Johnson, Scott Shirk, Billy Barbour. John Vanator, Marty Martin. Row 5 - Lisa Overmyer, Billy John- son, David Mullaney, Lori Rosebaum, Tracy Dickson, Karla Snyder, Lee Becker, Chris But- Ier. 2 f ELEMENTARY BAND - Row I f Karra Thompson, Abby Manuwal, Gina Hollar, Shan- non Marks, Director Pam Huber. Row 2 4 Candy Bash, Sarah Norman, Lisa Grosvenor, Dawn Crum, Amy Morris, Carmen Gates. Nicki Heinzman, Jody Grossman. Row 3 - Leah Eley, Aaron Foster, Mike Ross, Billy Watson, Kirk Nellans, Tim Norman, Brooks Rhodes, Brian Reece. Richard Montague. Row 4 - Jamie Mullaney, Bryan Hall, Lee Leffert, Gary Williams, Keith Norman. Chris Thomas. Harry Johnson, Randy Stutler, Connie Ellis. Academicsf5l I - HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR - Row I f Melinda Schultz, Cindy Walls, Kim Lattimer, Rod Miller. Warren Barlow, Lars Watson, Kevin Van Duyne, Peggy Stockberger. Tammy MCGowen, Jenny Mullaney, Row J f Linda Van Duyne, Cathy Leverich, Kris Parker, Jeff Herrin. Crystal Bollen- bacher, Dar Burkholder, Susan Cowen, Sally Hale. Row 3 - Theresa Miller, Christy Becker, Chris Grossman, Rich Ro' spopo, Tracy Hoeller, Lisa Miller, Nancy Leverich. Row 4 - Darla Harrell. Shawnda Davis, Greg Edwards, Sam Mahler, Rose Redinger, Susan Wilhelm, Chris Davenport, Tonya Le- verich. 2 - Blaine Cooper shows a dance step used in a routine by Singin' I6. Opposite Page - l f JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR - Row I f Heather Burnett, Cheryl Ellis, Nicole Johnson, Carla C owger. Camma Capes. JoAnn Young, Melissa Lard, Jodi Shivers. Renee Hill, Jeanne Martins, Tammy Overmyer, Director. Row J - Eddie Carter. Joey Stone. Tony Thompson, Shawn Thompson. Marc Young. Charlie Redinger, Brian Trump, Ker- ry Eiler, Jeremy Clark, Dean Kolar, Michael Susirs. Row 3 f- Tracy Dixon, Tammy Vires, Peggy Rickman, Wiley Powell, Anthony Boulas, Richard Shidler. Warren Schultz, Eric Bar- low, Tonya Troyer. Joy Mahler, Kathy Anagnostou. Row 4 - Johanna Hoefler, Tammy Ellis, Pam Davenport, Jennifer Trump, Hazel C ampbell, Karen Baltes, Amy Luke, Debbie Trump, Amy Newman, Angie Becker. Lori Rosebaum. Row 5 52fA cademics - Jeff Thompson, Steve Hudspeth, Chad Overmyer, Greg Grossman, John Dietl. Tammy Sa vage, Teri Harley, Jennifer McKinney, Tina Montague, Lisa Alderfer, Sandy Shipley, Lora Alderfer. Opposite Page -A 2 SINGIN' I6 - Melinda Schultz. Kevin Van Duyne, Darla Harrell, Warren Barlow, Cathy Snyder. Susan Wilhelm, Jeremy Clark, Mike Dennie, Christy Becker, Char Taylor, Kristi Snyder, Jelf Herrin, Blaine Cooper. Linda Van Duyne, Susan Cowen, Rose Redinger, Bob Lichtena berger, Chris Davenport. Opposite Page f 3 f SIXTH GRADE CHOIR f Row I - Keith Norman, Janie Flory, Aaron Foster. Leslie Lappin. De- anna Cooper, Denise C ooper. Jackie Clemons, Billy Watson, Niki Heinzman. Scottie Mi:Calvin, Kirk Nellans, Sonny Per- sonnette. Bryan Hall Row J - Randy Stutler, Shannon Marks, Mike Ross. Chris Dunlap. Rich Montague, Michelle Marchand, Carmen Gales. Leah Eley. Lisa Grosvenor, Sarah Norman. Candy Bash, Chris Thomas, Tim Norman. Row 3 A Brooks Rhodes, Chris Shaw, Karra Thompson, Amy Morris. Carrie Gardner, Jodi Grossman, Betty Hylton, Brian Dille, Kathy Hrock, Mike Leverich, Jamie Mullaney, Abby Manuwal, Dawn Miller, Andy Schee, Gary Williams, Row 4 - Jeff Thompson, Troy Dunlap, Cory Dennie. Jim Hollar, Laurie Brown, Kelly Hanley, Brian Reece, Connie Ellis. Billy Patter- son. Jennifer Van Gieson. CHOIRS iw, ,....M,..,i:,-N ,.mW.mf1mQMN-,,..ww,,,NWb, . N asm M, L,.,, ,, gfi . , ,ww MM.. ... fx J, f mf' i 5 f-1 'Eg-P 1 . 4 fi, - 1 .ff f 1 if f Q . g 5' llggyb 5051500 fs Q . . S V VLH' iirix ifsf nfl' fr if f -- Q-ff ACADEMIC AWARDS I - Row I - Angie Thompson f FHA President, ICDZ Honor Roll - 4 years, ICDZ High Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Society Treasurer, Ball State Schol- arship, State Exchange Bank Scholarship. Tanna Stults -- Office Assistant, Fireman Scholarship. Char Taylor - John Philip Sousa Award, Instrumental Music Legion Award, American Legion Science Award, French Award, Presidential Academic Fitness Award, DAR Good Citizenship Award, ICDZ Honor Roll - 4 years, ICDZ High Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Society President, Hoosier Scholar, Pur- due Scholarship, .IC Women 's Scholar- ship, Pearson Scholarship. Denise Stutler - Office Assistant. Row 2 - Valeria Ballardin - Honorary Diploma. 'Michelle McKinney - Yearbook Editor Award, National Honor Society Vice President, J.O. Thompson Scholar- ship. Kristi Snyder - Spanish Award, IGJZ High Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Society Secretary, FEA Nellie Ne- whouse Scholarship, Pearson Scholarship. Melinda Schultz - Arion Award, Green- Walnut Young Farmers Scholarship, Vo Ag Award. Dana Harrell - American Le- gion Citizenship Award. Row 3 - Kris Hudspeth - National Honor Society, FEA Nellie Newhouse Scholar- ship. Kim Lattimer - Art Ill A ward, Home Ec. A ward, Presidential Academic Fitness Award, ICDZ High Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Society, Ball State Schol- arship. Pam Wallace - Algebra II Award, Presidential Fitness Award, ICDZ Honor Roll - 4 years, ICDZ High Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Society, Ball State Scholarship, Marshall County Bank Schol- arship, Pearson Scholarship. Marcia Clark - Presidential Academic Fitness Award, ICDZ Honor Roll - 4 years, ICDZ High Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Soci- ety, Ball State Scholarship. Pearson Schol- arship. Lori Nolin - FEA Nellie Newhouse Scholarship. Row 4 - Jeff Gibbons - Ag Shop Award. Clyde Manuwal - Certificate of Comple- tion. Warren Barlow - Presidential Aca- demic Fitness Award, National Honor So- ciety, LO. Thompson Scholarship, Green- Walnut Young Framers' Scholarship, Fire- man Scholarship, American Legion Citi- zenship Award. Kevin Van Duyne - Arion Award. Dawn Crum - Presidential Academic Fitness Award, ICDZ High 54fA cademics Q b ,E ,f.,f,.'f.,., , . V Honor Roll - I year, National Honor Soci- ety, Hoosier Scholar, Manchester Scholar- ship. 2 - Row I - Mark Thomas - Certificate of Completion. Row 2 - Darla McCune - Typing II Award, IMZ Honor Roll - I year, Girls' State Delegate. Becky Nor- man - School Science Award, ICUZ Hon- or Roll - I year. Rose Redinger - Algebra I Award, ILDZ Honor Roll - I year. Row 3 - Angie Rospopo - Girls' State Alternate, Theresa Miller - Office Assis- tant. Cha yne Butler - Office Helper, Joe Taylor - Geometry Award, Biology Award, IGJZ Honor Roll - I year, Steve Albright - Boys' State Delegate. Not Shown - Ruth Mechling -- Most lm- proved in Instrumental Music. Cathy ll -,vu Z -, .,,U ,,.,f, ,, .K 1:22,-3555224545 ' f' 4 ,, ' 1 4.4 .f v 'A 5 ' Er- .5 '. ': V , E I A -A E. 3 ,. E 9' v 1 I Snider - Art IAward. Chris Stults - Art IAward. Cathy Leverich - Art ll Award. Traci Miller - Shorthand Award, Girls' State Delegate. Leslee Henry - Perfect Attendance. Kristi Walters - Perfect At- tendance. .lulie Curry - Ancilla Scholar- ship. Darlene Rosebush - Ancilla Scholar- ship. Mendi Scheetz - American Associ- ation of University Women Scholarship. Tammy McGowen - FEA Nellie New- house Scholarship. Wendy Carlisle - Girls State Alternate. Jeff Herrin - Boys' State Delegate. Dave Crum - Boys' State Alternate. Phil Savage - Boys' State AI- ternate. Of? 0031 X 'AAA ---- f a Q E as . Ad X X X3 W X s in-gi sv? L,,L 1, . Top - SUNSHINE SOCIETY - Row I -- Spon- sor Diane Lyons, Sponsor Wilma Doll, Becky C ripe, Tina Alderfer, Vicki Kitch, Angie Thompson, Charlene Ta ylor, Lori Nolin, Mary Roush, Deb Winters, Darlene Rosebush, Va- leria Ballardin, Row 2 - Tanna Stults, Kim Lattimer, Jenny Mullaney, Kris Hudspeth. Pam Wallace, Kristi Snyder, Dawn Crum, Marcia Clark, Cindy Walls, Cathy Snider. Peggy Stockberger, Tammy McGowen, Kristi Walters. Row 3 - Leslee Henry, Dana Harrell. Tammy DePoy, Mendi Scheetz, Tana Patton, 56X Groups Y YYWW, , Traci Miller, Jodi Hartle, Tammy Shidler, Lau- ra Bash, Cathy Leverich, Darla McCune. Row 4 - Michelle McKinney, Laurie Reece, Susan Cowen, Lori Gochenour, Jerlyn Wilhelm, Lor- rie Friar, Angie K uchel, Natalie Sa vage, Tracy Hoeffer, Tami Couch, Nancy Leverich, JoFtta Overmeyer. Row 5 - Sally Hale, Wendy McGowen, Tracy Patton, Paula Wallace, Lau- ra Stone, Glenda Mechling, Ruth Mechling, Christy Becker, Linda Van Duyne. Row 6 - Heather Harley, Michelle Hill, Shawnda Da- vis, DeDe Tuttle, Johnna Williams, Lorie Myers, Lisa Rosebaum, Vanessa Shufelt, Beth Fear, Jill Hill. Row 7 Theresa Miller. Chrissy Davenport, Darla Harrell, Kim Hall, Bobbie Jo Williams, Jill Shipley, Sarah Manual, Lori Grolich, Rejeana Lowry, Rose Redinger, Susan Wilhelm. Center Left - Laurie Grolich and Kim Hall are dressed for Sunshine initi- ation. Center Right - Rod Miller, President of FFA, asks two pledges - Jim Doody ana Mike McCoy - to recite the creed. . , Top - FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA - ?ow I Jim Hartmai1, Brad Snyder, Rod Mill' ar, Mike Quimby, Heidi Apple, Claudia Robb. Mike Emenaker - Sponsor. Row 2 - Shawn Llanley. Brent Shepherd, Jon Thacker, Todd Kuchel. Da ve C oughenour, Warren Barlow. Melinda Schultz. Row 3 - James Forth, Mike Bradley. Jeff Pritchett, Damon Harrell, Nate Iohnson. Row 4 - Chris Howard, Mike Mc- Coy, Mark Shufelt, David Stults, Brent Uetwiler. Roger Montague. Jimmy Doody, Center - FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMER- ICA - Row I -- Jana Staulfer, Lorrie Friar, Angie Thompson, Tammy DePoy. Laura Stone, Sponsor Carol Schmidlapp. Row 2 - Mendi Scheetz, Janelle Thayer, Jerlyn Wil- helm, Angie Rospopo, Deb Winters. Cindy Walls, Marcia Clark, Tammy Stahl, Danita Sheets. Row 3 f Tami Couch, Wendy McGowen. Angie Kuchel, Glenda Mechling, Paula Wallace, JoEtta Overmyer. Becky C ripe, Row 4 - Sally Hale, Sara Manual, Bob- bie Jo Williams. Rose Redinger. JoAnn Ver- million. Row 5 7 Chris Andrews. Todd Ku- Clwl. Students enrolled in Ag classes may join FFA. Every year the FFA has a food stand at the Marshall County Fair. The FFA went on a field trip to Price 's Abattoir. The members also entered judging contests in crops, live- stock. and poultry. FHA went on a field trip to Chicago where they visited the Museum of Science and In- dustry, The Water Tower, Lincoln Park Zoo. and China Town. The club sponsored the MORP Dance. Groupsf 5 7 Top Y INTRAMURALS f Row I Kevin Van Duyne, Warren Barlow. Tony Stone, Doug Overmyer, Dave Trump, Chris Andrews, Rick Susits, Chris Stults, Mike Dennie, Lars Wat' son, Row 2 -- jesse Novitzke, Todd Kuchel, Brent Shepherd, Andy Gibbons, Mike Harley, Jeff Herrin, Jon Thacker, 5teve Albright, Lynn Couch. Row 3 - Ron Shireman, James Forth, .lim Van Gieson, Damon Harrell, Robert Winenger. Center --V OFFICE HELPERS e Row I - K im Hall, Susan Cowen, Vicki K itch, Tracy 58X Groups Hoeffer, Tammy McGowen, Kristi Walters. Row 2 - Chris Davenport, Theresa Miller, Denise Stutler, Tanna Stults, Darla Harrell. Intramurals are organized for those stu- dents interested in athletic competition and who are not participating in varsity competi- tion. This year there were four teams who played nine games of basketball. The cham- pionship game was between the teams head- ed by Dave Trump and Todd K uchel. Trump 's learn won the championship game. The Office Helpers perform a variety of tasks making our school run more smoothly. The girls pick up attendance slips from each room at the beginning of each period, answer the phone, and run errands. More specifical- ly, they alphabetize names of students who are absent and look up their phone numbers, run the copy machine, distribute incoming mail, help count lunch money, file various papers, and keep an inventory of the forms and supplies used by the faculty and staff. if ,'-- 'illilmuuq .. get f. i 5 ., VT f 4 f 45 Vf??f?lm QT' FLOOR CLEANERS . . . KITCHEN HELPERS . . . FLOOR CLEANERS . . . KITCHEN - .N A-ff:-wasawmcc.. .... V Top - PALS -f Row I Michelle McKinney, Traci Miller, Jodie Hartle, Deb Winters. Row 2 - Dawn Crum, Ronda Davis, Tanna Stults, Laura Bash, Dana Harrell, Kristi Walters. Row 3 -- Darla McCune, Tony Stone, Cathy Snider, Kristi Snyder. Center - FUTURE EDUCA TORS IN ACTION - Row I - Kevin Van Duyne, Lars Watson, Becky Cripe, Mary Roush, Kristi Walters, Kris Hudspeth, Tony Stone, Tina Alderfer, Peggy Stockberger, Tammy McGowen, Jenny Mul- laney, Julie C urry. Row 2 - Melinda Schultz, 60X Groups Cathy Snider, Leslee Henry, Charlene Taylor, Pam Wallace. Deb Winters, Cindy Walls, Marcia Clark, Dana Harrell, Darlene Rose- bush, Kristi Snyder, Lori Nolin. Row 3 Mi- chelle McKinney, Ronda Davis, Wendy Car- lisle, Traci Miller, Lorrie Friar, Sally Hale, Christy Becker, Vanessa Shufelt, Rhecia Rohl, Darla McCune, Darlene Burkholder, Dawn Crum. Row 4 - Nancy Leverich, Tami Couch, Wendy McGowen, Angie Kuchel, Glenda Mechling, Paula Wallace, .loEtta Overmyer, Natalie Savage, Laura Stone, Tracy Hoeffer, Linda Van Duyne. Row 5 1 Kim Hall, Chris Davenport, Susan Wilhelm, Laurie Grolich, Theresa Miller, Beth Fear, DeDe Tuttle. Row 6 -W Chris Butler, Warren Barlow, Jett Herrin, Chris Masterson. PALS was started to help junior high stu- dents cope with starting high school and be- ing able to adjust to school life. Upper class- men volunteer by being a tutor and friend. Each PAL must go through a 9-hour training session. we 9 I ge -s op 1 LIBRARY HELPER5 Row I - Angie ospopo. Beck y Cripe, Nicole Johnson, Terri 'arley, Roger Montague. Sam Mahler, Susan Vilhelni, Jenny Mullaney. Becky Norman. 'arlene Burkholder. Row 2 Laura Bash. im C row, Lori Grolich, Darla Harrell. Row 3 - Bruce Sherman. Center - DRAMA CLUB - Row I -- Kristi Walters. Tony 5tone, Rod liller. Lori Nolin, Traci Miller, Kevin Van 'uyne, Julie Curry, Mark Bauman. Row 2 - eslee Henry, Cindy Walls. Josh Mahler, Deb Vinters. Denise 5tutler, Jenny Mullaney. Lisa Zehner, Peggy Stockberger. Tammy McG0wen. Row 3 -- Dawn Crum, Wendy Carlisle, Susan Cowen, Laura Reece, Cathy Snider. Melinda Schultz, Jeff Herrin, Chris Masterson. Row -I James Forth, Lorrie Fri- ar. Jana Stauffer, Angie Rospopo. Ronda Da- vis, Joy Zehner. Fd Risner. Row 5 -- Tami Shidler, Darlene Burkholder, Laura Bash. Library Helpers help keep the library run- ning by doing everything froni reading sto- ries to running errands. Library Helpers must be at least junior high students, have good grades, ha ve good personalities, and be able to get along with students of all ages. The Drama Club puts on one play in the fall. The officers are: Rod Miller, President, Reva Castle. Vice President, Traci Miller, Secre- tary: Lori Nolin. Treasurer. FFA attempts to develop a better under- standing of the educational profession and its influence on society. FFA runs the coat check at games and the Goody Shop at Open House. Members serve as classroom assis- rants. Groupsf6I Sn!!- 6 wvW,,. 6 " mm' YEARBOOK . . . YEARBOOK . . . YEARBOOK . . . YEARBOOK . . . YEARBOOK . fx Wow 2 op A STUDENT COUNCIL - Row I 1 Tana atton, Charlene Taylor. Mary Roush, Doug tvermyer. Row 2 f Jana Stauffer, Jeff Her- in, Becky Cripe, Christy Becker, Damon larrell. Row 3 f Darla Harrell, Susan Wil- elm, Rejeana Lowry, Karla Snyder, Johanna Voeffer, Kirk Bailey. Row 4 - Scott Shirk, 'harles Redinger, Greg Grossman. 'enter --- NA TIONAI HONOR SOCIETY - ow I - Michelle McKinney, Charlene Tay- vr. Kristi Snyder. Angie Thompson. Row 2 - ny Zehner, Marcia Clark, Pam Wallace, raci Miller. Kim Lattimer, Dawn Crum, Becky Norman. The Student Council is in charge of Home- coming each year - decorating the stage, running the election of the queen. selecting the trophies, and arranging for the dance after the game and ceremony. Student Coun- cil is also in charge of selecting and introduc- ing our assembly programs, regulating class elections, reviewing extracurricular activi- ties, and handling student problems and complaints. There are I8 members -- 3 from each class. The officers for the 83-84 school year are as follows: Mary Roush. President, Char Taylor, Vice President: Doug Over- myer. Treasurer, Tanna Stults, Secretary. Students who ha ve been selected for Na- tional Honor Society have really earned the privilege, To even be considered, you must rank 8th in your class or better. Your grade point average is considered also, The princi- pal selects a committee to choose the candi- dates. Teachers rank the students on various characteristics. This rating plus a students involvement in school activities determines whether or not he is asked to join, Groupsf63 K - wb R, ,P is Q 1 g R .:L.: 5 V ' Q A . -MW , . Top PEP BLOCK The purpose of Pep Block is for the mein- bers to support our athletic teams through organized cheering. The l983-84 officers are: Angie Thompson. President, Dar Rosebush, Vice President: Dana Harrell. Secretary- Treasurer. Cerner - Mary Roush. Natalie Savage, and Traci Miller try to create some enthusiasm within the Pep Block during one of our home games. 64fGROUP5 XJ 0010 JUNIORS , .. JUNIOR5 .. . .IUNIOR5 . .. JUNIORS .IUNIORS .IUNIORS . .. JUNIORS . .. .IUNIOR5 .IUNIO Steve Albright Laura Bash Crystal Bollenbacher Rick Bowen Dar Bufkholder Dennis Cafhoun Daug Calhoun Wendy Carlisle Robert Couch Susan Cowen David Crum Ronda Davis Vicki Dilfe Keith Dunlap Jahn Ely Lorrie Friar Andy Gibbons tori Gochenour Shawn Hanley Mike Harley Shawn Harley Jodie Harrie Jim Hartman Jeff?-lerrin karen Hooker Brian Locke Cathy leverich Ciyde Manuwal Chris Masterson Darla McCune Traci Milier Beck y Norman John QDeH Mike Parrish Richard Paton ". H , A 6, , , X Eau-W W ,Mi 1 ,WA V V , W 3' ' if ' M ., 5 U f,4t,.,, , I vw' A , L- Q tv f M fm X rt I' ytrr f- 64 ,, ' y jr L.,, V , 5 '- 'ff ' A 5522 I ,,,.. A I ' , fi NAM I n 1-W-4, . mLz"', Mft! ,vtt 5 4 . 3 ,,.,' 'T ff -- ,, ,ff .,, V, I ' V gf , ,, ,. ,W V -- . 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HSOPHOMORES Tina Alderfer Chris Becker Chayne Butler Tami Couch Becky Cripe Becky Duff Shawn Crawley Beth Fear Troy Gates Roger Grossman Damon Harrell Don Harrington Mike Hartog Jill Hill Tracy Hoeffer Brent Hudspeth Brian Jennings Nate Johnson Vicki Kitch Angie Kuchel Nancy Leverich Wendy McGowen Glenda Mechling Ruth Mechling Lisa Miller Mike Miller Lorie Myers Jesse Novitske Susan Obeuchain Jolftta Overmyer Tracy Patton Steve Powell Ed Risner Rhecia Rohl Lisa Rosebaum 68,fPeople . . . SOPHOMORES . , . SOPHOMORES . . . SOPHOMORES . . . gg- , E ,Jah ,J W ? ff: J ig ,, sa Q 2 f' fy' Ei ' Q J yAQ J 'rf Jw, YJ SOPHOMORES - ,,, " gf V : L 12 3 J J J f J is Z' 4? nr V R 5 V ,, .4 . 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Jerry Stone is anxious to leave class. .loftta Overmyer, An- gie Kucheb and Laura Stone enjoy their break at noon. Peoplef69 FRESHMEN . . . FRESHMEN 70,fPeopie Kip Bailey Bonnie Baltes Blaine Cooper Chris Davenport Shawnda Davis Brent Detwiler Jim Doodie Richard Eb y Greg Edwards Harold E verage Lewis Finney Laurie Grolich Chris Grossman K im Hall Sally Hale Heather Harley Darla Harrell Michelle Hill Scarf Lattimer Tonya Leverich Bob Lichtenberger Rejeana Lowry Sam Mahler Sarah Manuwal Laurie Marks Eric McClain Mike McCoy Theresa Miller Roger L Montague Kenny Nine Rob Paterson Rose Redinger Bruce Sherman Jill Shipley Mark Shufelt FRESHMEN . . . FRESHMEN , . . FRESHMEN , . . FRESHMEN , . . FRESHMEN . . . FRE! 4 . lv -.1 'xv W Sz, , " 2 ' ' e y , ,. , Y ieafif Q .. , , ,,,, ,, L , , ' "-" still! L L M H aw V an- 2 E ag, ,aiu .9 7 If - , ' I 4 'MJ' in 1, , 5 ' T ' 7 L ,g fzafrwm ,,,, .,., , ,,, f ,, , , , 5 2 W 7 .7 , LLL L L , f,, , ,fv I, X K 6. A . 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EIGHTH Leila Andrews Kirk Bailey Anna Bartosik Lee Becker Charley Boonkaw Lori Bradley Heather Burnett Kelly Butler Camma Capes Carla Cowger Jeremy Clark Bobby Curtis Craig Davis Paul Deitl Kerry Eiler Cheryl Ellis Teresa Grosvernor Renee Hill Tony Houin Richard Hundt Aaron Jernstrom Nicole Johnson Peggy Johnson Tammy Ketcham Dean Kolar Chris Lacher Melissa Lard Jean Martens Mike Mechling David Mullaney Roger Murphy Wes Nellans Kellie Nolin Jeff ODell Lisa Overmyer Lisa Patton Dale Peterson Charlie Redinger Ray Risner Dana Schee Warren Schultz Odie Shepherd Richard Shidler Jodi Shivers Todd Shorter Mishelle Smith Karla Snyder Mike Susits Willie Stephens Shawn Thompson Tony Thompson Brian Trump Joyce Vermillion Shelly Wilhelm John Williams Joan Young Marc Young The 8th Grade Sci- ence Class is ready to begin. Amelia Zarazua Not Shown Lonnie Finney 72fPeople EIGHTH . . . EIGHTH . ,, EIGHTH EIGHTH . . . EIGHTH . .. EIGHTH . . . 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V' A uf at " Yi 2 A , , Kim Walters 5 ",, 1 Lori Weston ' f- Matt Young 'V Z " Tim Zolma Lisa Alderfer Lora Alderfer Kathy Anagnoston Rocky Ballinger Karen Baltes Billy Barbour Eric Barlow Angie Becker Anthony Boulas Chris Butler Hazel Campbell Esther Castleman Ed Carter Kim Crow Pam Davenport Travis Dennis Melissa Depo y Tracy Dickson john Dietl Tammy Ellis Terri Gardner Greg Grossman Teri Harley Doug Harshbarger Terry Hartle Brice Hensley Johanna Hoeffer Steve Hudspeth Susann Hylton Billy Johnson Brian Johnson Man Krom Gina Lavanway Bobby Lowry Amy Luke Joy Mahler Marty Martin Mark Mclntire Jennifer McKinney James McMichael Ted Middleton Tina Montague Amy Newman Angie Nine Chad Overmyer Wiley Powell Peggy Rickman Lori Rosebaum Rich Rospopo Tammy Savage Sandy Shipley Scott Shirk Shelly Singrey ' Mike Smith Wendy Smith Doug Stevens Joey Stone Michelle Thomas Jeff Thompson Tanya Troyer Debbie Trump Jennifer Trump John Vanator Tammy Vires Not Shown Nicole Gardner Anette Keaton Mike Zink People X 73 SIXTH .. SIXTH... SIXTH... SIXTH SIXTH... SIXTH... SIXTH... SIXTH SIXTH SIXTH... SIXTH Tony Ault Candy Bash Kathy Brock Laura Brown Tina Case Jackie Clemons Deanna Cooper Denise Cooper Cory Dennie Brian Dille Chris Dunlap Troy Dunlap Leah Eley Connie Ellis Jamie Flory Aaron Foster Carrie Gardner Carmen Gates Jodi Grossman Lisa Grosvenor Bryan Hall Kelly Hanley Nicole Heinzmann Troy Hibner Gina Holiar Robbie Harford Betty Hylton Harry Johnson Leslie Lappin Lee Leffert Mike Leverich Abby Manuwal Michelle Marchand Shannon Marks Scottie McCalvin Dawn Miiler Richard Montague Amy Morris Jaime Mullaney Kirk Nellans Keith Norman Sarah Norman Tim Norman Billy Paterson Sonny Personette Brian Reece Brooks-Rhodes Andy Schee Chris Shaw Mike Sherman Randy Statler Chris Thomas Karra Thompson Jeff Umbaugh Jenny Van Gieson Billy Watson Gary Williams Betty Hylton. Andy Schee, and Kirk Neilans give their teacher their full atten- tion. 74fPeople f .. . . N xr . .mt 'W kg 'Q X Y' 'T ..f kg? 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People! 75 FOURTH . ,, FOURTH Dana Alderfer Tony Anagnoustou Doug Andrews Jennifer Bailey K yri Bailey Linda Ballinger Wendy Barbour Mike Bixel Sherry Carter Greg Case Jason Chilton Shane Clark Heather Clemons Heather Cub David Curtis Jeff Dunlap Cathy Ellis Erin Flory Chris Ganshorn Gary Green Scott Hammel Christina Hancock Greg Harrington Kerry Harshbarger Jamie Hartman Adam Hibner Kathy Hibner Jason Hill Julie Hill Amy Kline Marianne Kline Lori Lard Nita laVanway Adam Manuwal Jennifer Martens Charles McGowan Craig Miller Mark Miller Charles Murphy Stacey Newman Jacob Noftsger Danni Overmyer Tommi Quimby Eric Reid Lucinda Rhodes l.iz Romig Matt Smith Michelle Smith Misty Snyder Debra Stahl Ron Stockberger Gayla Stults Gretchan Thompson Tamar Troyer Michelle Vanator Chad Wright Heather Zinc Mark Miller is in charge of the main course. 76jPeople FOURTH . .. FOURTH FOURTH FOURTH , ., FOURTH . . . FOURTH . ,. FOUR? 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THIRD Kendra Atkins Chuck Ault Casey Bailey Robert Barcus Mary Bradley Carrie Brown Leon Cowger Duane Crum Anita Daugherty Londa Davenport Greg Dixon Amy Eley Craig Ellis Lisa Fay Richard Gardner Jason Gordon Chris Griffin Carolyn Griffith Danielle Hand Mark Hartog Carrie Heckaman Kim Hensley Mary Hensley Haley Hipskind Todd Hissong Amy Ketchum Scott Ludwig Seth Manuwal Robin Marchand Dawn Martin Andy McCalvin Bryan McGowen Chris Middleton Jennefer Moyer Chad Nine Kelli Nine Marsha Obenchain Bryan Powell Tina Quimby Tom Quimby Alisha Safford Neil Sexton Shanan Shafer Melissa Shaw Jeremy Snead Jimmy Snyder Ben Tolson Jennifer Umbaugh Amee VanDer Weele Andy Zenrz Michelle Zalman Casey Bailey, Jason Gordon, and Carolyn Grif- fith are ready to tackle their homework. People! 7 7 SECOND sfcoivo secoivo secoivo Amy Alderfer Byron Andrews Christian Balogh Rachel Beachey Jennifer Beerwart Earl Betz Chad Brown Eric Clark Kenneth Clark Matt Cripe Chris Crow Mallie Doody Mike Gardner Robert Good Lori Green Joshua Hammond Eric Hartman Preston Henry Marie Hulse Jason Justice Emmett Keaton Michael Keller Alonda Kiggins Traci Kline Geri Liesberger Rodney Marks Christa McGrath Jeremy McMeans Nichole Miller Jennifer Milliser Ryan Morris Chad Nolin Gene Obenchain Marc Ousley Autumn Redinger Ryan Roh! Melissa Shafer Ann Stockberger April Swihart Greg Trump Geneva Trusty Amy Vires Casey Yoquelet Mallie Doody stud- ies very hard. BJ Zentz Not Shown Preston Hensley Melissa Mitchel Fred Schofield Jason Smith .hav 0 X.. 3- Q -- - . 1 - " C E R' BENQ' 1 is f 1 R , " ., t i 1 :r-ii if E-M .W , ,Q . ,at . . Ea Q M' H I SECOND , .. SECOND , . . SECOND . . . SECOND SECOIW Sm, 'K f"' it , , .. if 'gwlgd . . If imma, k yt' .,,,t ' t t ' i ? f ' Q J Q If QQ Tl: f ge i E ' we at ' ..rqL.Q37 ' ' 'K 1 t 'K' 'Veda' 5 L- E. ' E U K .fx W Q Q .ga 'X , QMS? 'N' 2 v QM., ak. -my 3' , ,ff eril 4 my .i .. . Q , S 'Q R I Q, J . if X FIRST... FIRST... at 5. I , Q ., ev Keg. t.4ia.i5?, .V ' at Q sa Y rf .ii sifiwv-vv"1"" .- I iw is . . 5 .. get -i ' eva- ' i -X' N ,Q QL s-gy g z'fl?31fiif.g5. Na., , iggi - ,kg ii.. K i kk Msn FIRST... FIRST... FIRST... FIRST... FIRST... FIRST . .. FIRST . ,. FIRST .., FIRST ,we ' I I' I uf I as H ki., 5 :Q ! fi f I A - 'ii SSS S asf SSS I ISSS y It I ri , I VIIII Zi' ' II'IE I I I ,.. 5 :,g' I xx Q was - " .1 5 "i . e im ,fini "X J' G ' QMS ,. L :Qfg . J .' J ..l'd:G'm..,-'A,,. f A 1 -'I 3 . , ,..... 'S ,N I ,A I 1 F S, T 1 ------ + A W ,. 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L , Mandy Baile y Shane Barger Michaele Barts Kerri Bash Shaindel Beers Jennifer Brirtin Brandon Calhoun Lori Cowger Rusty Culp Brandon Dunlap Jason Ellis Jennifer Finney Mart Gordon Shawn Griffin Brandon Grolich Karen Hagenbush Rachelle Hall Aaron Hancock Gabrielle Hand Elizabeth Harley Joel Harrington Matt Heckaman Erik Heinzman laura Hensley Thad Hissong Anna Hively Andy Hochstetler Monica Humes Roy Hurley Darrell Hylton Mindy Kline Wendy Kline Matt Lewallen Jason Lewis David Lippert Jake McFarland Claudia McGrath Janette McKee Roger McKinney Charles McMeans Daryl Minix Joshua Neff Stephany ODelI Eric Ousley Chad Pantle Lindsey Pennington Mike Rey Larry Rice Aaron Rohl Walter Seitner Greg Sexton Jason Shafer Jeremy Sherwood Celina Snead Amber Snyder Jack Stafford Nicole Treesh Jason Trump Joe Vires Tracy Voreis Joe Wolford Rusty Zentz Not Shown Jennifer Fleming Rhonda Hessling Billy Wright People! 79 KINDERGARTEN . . Carrie Archambeult Jason Beerwart Reagan Blanch Tara Brown Kori Burger Jesse Carlton Jenell Carter Starlene Case David Chamberlin Michelle Chizum Julie Couger Nancy Creighbaum Katrina Crow Mandy Crum Bobbie Jo Daugherty Crystal Denny Arthur Doody Christie Eley Lora Emenaker Damon Foster Brandon Franz Stevennie Ganshorn Tracy Gebhart Joshua Gilley Shawn Good Kylie Green Nicole Hammond Aaron Hartman Chris Hartman Joshua Hartman Pheby Hensley Neal Hire Amy Hulse Melissa Hulse Jennifer Jensen Jennifer Keller Richard Kusk ye Mike Long David Ludwig Chris Martens David Masterson Valerie McGee Heathe Moyer Mark Mullins Jaime Neff Ryan Nifong Matt ODeIl Charity Pennington Cass Quimby Lee Redinger Ted Redinger Andy Riale Eric Schoff Deanna Singrey Leslie Stewart Travis Thompson Brad Trump Jeremy Umbaugh Tracy Wagoner Not Shown Aries Crossley Christi Hensley Rebecca Keller Tammy Schofield Tracy Schofield Chad Wallace Craig Wells Kim Zentz 80fPeople KIND RGARTEN . . "- f '- ' QX iii X J X X Q X X X X N . . ,,-- - Xt: KINDERGARTEN . , KINDERGARTEN . . KINDERGARTEN . . .. ...A 'S ...t. X .- ett. xi XX X X XX X XX . XX X .A X X X XX XXXXX Q 5 x C X X X Wa X XXJX .NX .. X . Xg' IQ 9 - M L, SXX QXX .. XX X XeX- X n o .X . my f :X ag ----- 1 , . e g .. X ' f 5- .XZ .. X .- X : K ,lr .X X1 K in K - 5 X . - .X-X. X "' X I SE . 'Q X' is ' ' :Q W K W Y if. ,o. ..+- ,X bl X....X-.m X .5 i E. X as -X. i i i? ' Q ' X is 3 ' E v ' N. K X g A X .X ' R lsi . . ' X 3'fff-K .X ' wifi XX ' . X X 'F' X' X X lx M ei s '- - lx' aff. 'X.,X - .X.. u Q -.. iX,X.aA1XXfig5X :Xe X X Lk in .-kk - T L Xli ' i . -. , .A XS X XX X . ..,.,, ' X ' 0 "' 0 as X X X if X 0 a XX x Nui Nr' n in ,, l ..,,. . sa an 1 X ' X 5 ,Q X ik' . XXX ,, . . ' X m v NWWWT? X R X .A :gg r..L' Q .--X- .XXX X . . . X i an Q5 ess iWX'5?xiw's5f X i -24 mit: if s X f If: ?T"X xXf X 1 V is M .X if - 3 S S. ".X, 'ss i i f as gif? fa T X, .X - fi. ..X. f t if fir' . X X XXX X XX W X X sk X X 3 X X X- 2 .. XX Y ' 1 l i sk: , K S WX. . X ikZf"" 5 X XXX 11 ' A ..: X . X..--.:..X LX K X X X. X X. S S 1 fi 5.-.. S X-.1 XX X X .7 sshd, XX' --' il' A S X X -. ,WX-XX. Q - r Ewgisi D . 'ICE CLERKS . . . SCHOOL NURSE . . . LIBRARY AIDE . . . OFFICE CLERKS . . . SCHOOL NURSE . . . LIBRARY AIDE . . WW g 7, f IW eaW.f,,w' ' Upper Left - Joy Hall, Secre- tary to the Superintendent. Upper Center - Shelia Shivers, School Treasurer. Upper Righl - Jane Mechling. Library Aide. Center Lei! - Violet Arick. Elementary School Office Clerk, Center - Jean Redinger, High School Office Clerk, Cerner Right - Priscilla Bur- kett. School Nurse, Lower Left H+- Hazel Palmer, High School Office Clerk. Lower Center - Lois Edmonds. High School Office Clerk. 8lfPeople ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRATION . . . ADMINISTRA TION Upper Left - Daniel Miller, Guidance C ounsellor. Upper Right M- James A, lichtenberger, Principal of Junior- Senior High School at Argos Community Schools. Center Left - Donald R. Schlegel, Principal of Elementary School at Argos Community Schools, Lower Right - Eugene Snyder, Athletic Director. 82fPeopIe ,IANITORS BUS DRIVERS COOK5 .IANITORS . . . BUS DRIVERS , . . COOK5 'bn Top - C OOKS - Pam Rosebush, Head C ookf Ellen De Witt, C ook, Wahnetta Wat- son. C ook: Darlene C owger, Assistant: not shown - Barbara Stockberger, Assis- tant, Center Left - Richard Davenport, Jani- tor. Center Right - Frederick Van Duyne, Head Custodian: Larry Rice, Custodian: Darlene C owger, Matrom Barbara Stock- berger. Matroni not shown - Don Arick. C ustodian, not shown - Alice Shenefield, Matron. Bottom 1 BU5 DRIVERS - Row I- Rob- ert Detwiler, David Stults, Richard Dave enport. Row 2 - Paulette Detweiler, Leah Johnson, Mary Shidler, Dennis Bailey. Not shown - James Winenger. People!83 FACULTY , .. FACULTY . , , FACULTY . .. FACUI TY Carol Arnerte, Health 5 P.E. Beverly Barrett, Grade 3. Suzanne Belcher, Speech 5 Hearing Therapisl. Barbara Brown, Grade L Deborah Calhoun, Grade 3. Ginger Calhoun, See, Studies and Business Mary Chamberlin. Kindergarten. .lan Chittum, Jour' nalism and Reding. Ted Chittum, lndusf trial Arts. Eugene Cooper, Sci- ence. Michael Cloud, Teacher Aide. Dan Couch. Mathe ematics and Sci- ence. Boyd Davis. Health 5 RE. Wilma Dall, JESSE Aide. Kay Eller. Jr-Sr High EMRXLD Teacher, Michael Emenaker. Vocational Agricul- ture, M a r y 6 a r e s , LUXEMR Teacher. Kim Gordon, Grade 6. Valerie Harley, Grade I 5 Art. Phoebe Heishman. Speech S English Pam Huber. instru- mental Music 8 Jr. High Vocal Music. Barbara Johnson, Grade 2. George Kariger. Grade 5, 84fPeople 3 f XXX.. .. .XX. , X,... .. X . S A . FACULTY . .. FACUL TY,q.x. FACULTY , . X XX X 1 4 X' si? X X Q X 1 S K SINE X X ! SX N X .3 'X E SX X Xliisx? XS X . 5 ter- K es'fXf1X1"ff.:SEfXQ E ' f X X k,X,XX.... XXXX. 2 X --'- . . T T i 12.2 me . .- , . .X XX .. X XX X V .-,. 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XXX-X. .. -. .. . .XXX A X X ii.. NX . ga X X X X R XX N X .XXX XXX X NX X X XFN? XX NX Q XX XX XXXXQ X X' xii X X SX X A A X X . X.,XX X. f X X ,X Xf X Q :X gf q P QW X XX A k X.X .. ..XfXe.:X - X9 X -X g .gag S ,5 ga E X X be X X195 XS I 1 ' -- ' 4 N . . ,ae--if .1Xff-.N-XI' -X 1: :XIX--X X5--X X . X X2 .K R X- ,. Xe -. '1 xg . .: .- .X K: s - ' XXEX X XX X X ,... .., .... K - . X. . ... X X X I iii T 2 1 A -X - . . A .-.f - ve- :ra X Q: 5- -- VH -ff., 1 tN:kfsXf:-- rr "" ' X , q A L mn, Q . W X g- . ' wg A : Xl. 3 X X A X . X C. . x.,. X TY ... FACULTY . .. FACULTY ,.. FACULTY . .. FACULTY ... FACULTY , ., FACUI. TY .., FACULTY .X .SEX f 2 X X X X ? XX is X X X . X X X X SX. XXX X X XS X X XX XX X X v sfsfxi lil X X XX. . S . X XXX X XX X Si X X Q X X XX XX X N S X X XXX XXX X XXXXXXXX X u X X X X XXX. X X . .. P .N4?lXX.:X,X rs. it -X Xrg X X XX X XX X X X X X X as XX X xXX X X Xggg XX E gn, X N Q. A. m..,Z . .X Devon Kitch, Math- ematics. Rockie levi, Foreign Language. Tim L ivengood, Mathematics 8 C om- puters. Diane Lyons. Jr. High TMR' Teacher. Ed Miller, Art. Kay Miller, Grade 2. Nancy Miller, Eng- lish. .loan Monteleone. Aide. Dorthy Nellans, Grade 4. Tami Overmyer, Vo' cal Music. Charles Redinger, Jr, High Science. Carol Schmidlapp. Vocational Home Economics. Brenda Sherk, Jr. High Reading 6 Eng- lish, Teacher Aide, Marcia Smith, Teacher Aide. Eguene Snyder, Health 6 Social Stud- ies. Annette Thompson, English. Lori Trowbridge. K indergarten. .Iudy Truman. Grade 4. Tim Van Duyne, Grade 6. Portia Wampler. Grade I. Eileen Washburn, Grade 5. Linda Weaver, Busi' ness. Phil Weybright. Health 5 Social Stud- ies. James Wysong. So- cial Studies. Not Shawn: Mary Jackson, Librarian: Lois Trump. Remedi- al Teacher. Peoplef85 SUPERINTENDENT . , , BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES SUPERINTENDEN T BOARD OF SCHOO Right - William Edward Rohl, Superintendent of Schools. Mr, Rohl comes to Argos from Eminence, Indiana, where he has been Superintendent of the Eminence Consolidated School Corporation for the past three years. Mr. Rohl has also served as the Principal of Owens ville School at Owensville, Indiana for six years and as a classroom teacher for ten years, He holds a B.S. Degree in Elementary Education from Oakland City Col- lege, an M.S. Degree in Elementary Education with a minor in School Administration from Indiana State University, and a Ed.S. Degree in School Administration from Indiana State, Below - Board of School Trustees - Left to Right - Kay Lattimer, Vice President, Lawrence Houin, President, .lerry Gates, Member: Lowell Hall, Secretary. Not shown - Alice Morrill, Member. scc S SNS? .ttt K sefpwpte' I A S A A s 8 0063? S I - VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - Row I - Brian Jennings, Doug Calhoun, Jeff Gibbons, John O'Dell, Dennis Calhoun. Row 2 - Coach Phil Weybright, Tony Stone -- Man- ager, Jim Vermillion, Steve Powell, Bill Stults, Dave Crum, Steve Duff, Phil Savage, Warren Barlow - Manager, Mark Bauman - Manager. 2 - Bill Stults puts up a bunny shot. 3 - Jeff Gibbons drives for a fast break layup. SCOREBOARD We ,hey TVS 60 79 North Miami 44 4l Westville 66 56 Knox 45 55 Jimtown 64 66 Oregon Davis 4l 53 John Glenn 56 59 Triton 77 65 LaCrosse 54 69 I CMA 7l 45 Caston 65 73 Bremen 5I 72 . La Ville 57 50 Washington Township Sl 53 Triton 47 77 Culver 68 70 John Glenn 5l 58 Bremen 43 68 Mishawaka Marian 50 63 CMA 55 53 Plymouth 49 74 88fSports I Q 2 ,,,,,,, X s ?. f I 2 f ,, I I ti, t ,T ' ' 9 V , ,,.. rd'-1ffVf'I" , Q 1, f A ' ' " ' , W ,,. b ' ti ff , ' feta It i t .' 41 I I as "" H in f m' A . , H ' ,.: 'M . id .Pg 'V . , t V ll- H ,fggmx Q" ,sz E73 VA RSI TY REBUILDS DURING '83- '84 l - Jeff Gibbons looks for an open teammate. 2 - Steve Powell takes a jump shot. 3 - Doug Calhoun lays up the ball after a fast break. 4 - Phil Savage shoots over an opponent. 5 - Doug and Dennis Cal- houn look for a rebound. 6 - The Dragons play a tough defense. Sportsf89 I - JUNIOR VARSITY BAS- KETBALL - Row I- Man- ager Tony Stone, Tim Thompson, Troy Gates, Da- vid Stults, Blaine Cooper, Roger Grossman. Row 2 - Coach Boyd Davis, Richard Eby, .lim Vermillion, Eric McClain, Kip Bailey, Bob Lichtenberger, .leff Shi vers, Manager Warren Barlow. 2 - The Dragons look for a rebound. 3 - Tim Thompson and Bob Lichtenberger hope the shot is good. 4 - Kip Bailey drives for two points. 5 - Tim Thompson takes a field goal try. .IV TEAM FINISHES ll-8 90fSports F3551-mg N JUNIOR VA RSI T Y 5C0Rgg0A RD SCOREBOARD l. a Ville Oregon Da vis T VHS Bremen CMA Tr I t on Glenn Tournament Glenn Culver Cul ver Caslon They 33 33 -I7 37 30 43 3 if -IJ 20 3 2 -I5 TVH5 North Miami West ville Knox Jimto wn Oregon Da vis Culver 4- Wa y John Glenn LaCrosse CMA C asmn Hi' County CMA Bremen la Ville Washington T Triton Culver John Glenn Bremen Marian wp. They 43 O, T. 29 39 3 7 -l 7 36 39 40 36 33 29 42 3 7 35 31 53 O. T. 42 48 38 I - Blane Cooper stands ready for action, 2 - Coach Bruce Grossman talks to his players at half time in the locker room. 3 - FRESHMEN BO YS'BA5KETBALL - Row I - Greg Edwards. Blaine Cooper, Jeff Tolson, Chris Gross- man. Row 2 - David Solomon, Richard Eby, Eric McClain, Da vid Stults, Robert Paterson. 5portsf9l Q X 'fab ,. ww 'Q 10222 ll, -7 gy, A S Q Pg, Q X ff: iw vw s ,wa ,al ' 2.2 ,E-1 ' "H .: Vfl lff. U y 2 Mi' , off? Q ff gui -' . M55 mf' fx ,... VARSIT Y SCORLBOA RD Triton Culver North VLIJIYH L aL UIHIRFA' Plymouth Culver Caston TV5 C aston Oregon Davis Bl- Count y CGA Kno x L a Ville CGA Sectional L a Ville WLC IS 3l 32 24 26 All 22 46 29 2 -, 33 27 50 32 26 They 54 Fl Fl 31 69 51 56 55 42? 417 70 66 45 50 -H H- TEAM 5 CORE B OA RD Triton Culver North Miami Plymoulh TV5 C aston Oregon Da vis Hr - County CGA Bremen kno x La Ville CGA We I 7 21 20 21 I4 l8 ll 33 I2 4 20 I3 They 29 2 1 ll 51 40 38 39 32 52 35 36 30 l - Coach Pam Huber explains to her team just what they have to do during a time out, 2 - Kim Lattimer jumps for the tip off. 3 - Dede Tuttle tries for a field goal. 4 - GIRLS' B- TEAM BASKETBALL - Row l - Janelle Thayer, Coach Annette Thompson, Glenda Mechling. Row 2 Y Dar Burkholder, Tracy Patton. Row 3 - Rhecia Rohl, Rose Redinger. Row 4 f Angie Kuchel, Laura Stone. Row 5 - Becky Cripe, Dede Tuttle. Row 6 - Manager Jenny Mullaney. 5portsf93 ELEMENTARY SPORTS 5TH AND 6TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL - Row l - Stacy Shirk and Melissa Kline. Row 2 - Leah Eley, Amy Morris, Shannon Marks, Dawn Miller, Abbey Manuwal. Row 3 - Coach Kim Gordon, Carmen Gates, Laurie Brown, Gina Hollar, Cara Thompson, Jodie Grossman. 6TH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL - Row l - Bryan Hall, Aaron Foster, Keith Norman, Randy Stutler, Gary Williams, Sonny Per- sonette, Tim Norman. Row 2 - Troy Dunlap, Brooks Rhodes, Kirk Nellans, Chris Shaw. Brian Reece, Cory Dennie, Jeff Um- baugh, Brian Dille, Coach Tim Van Duyne. 5TH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL - Rowl - Andy Vires, Steve Wilhelm, Leon Wol- ford, Jeremy Hartle, Greg Becker, Bruce Johnson. Row 2 - Chris O'DeIl, Rich Miller, Cory Hollar, Andy Stone, Phil Mid- daugh. Row 3 - Coach George Kar- iger, Todd Harville, Greg Hollar, Todd Van Der Weele, Mike Cur- ry, David Trump. 94fSports :I-' 46 'MQ' SPORTS AWARDS I - Kim Lattimer - American Legion Sportsmanship Award: Basketball Cap- tain. Warren Barlow - American Legion Sportsmanship Award. Jerry Becker - Representative for the American Legion. Kristi Snyder - American Legion Cheer- leading Award. 2 - Warren Barlow - Track Captain. Mike Dennie - MVP Track. Bill Stults - MVP Basketball. Jeff Gibbons - Dragon Award in Basket- ball. 3 - Jeff Shivers - Dragon Award in .IV BasketbalL Roger Grossman - Most Improved in Golf Tim Thompson - JV Freethrow Award. 4 - Pam Wallace - MVP and Captain in Track. Paula Wallace - Varsity Basketball Freethrow Award. Angie Thompson - M VP! in Basketball. 5 - Steve Powell - Dragon Award in Varsity Basketball. Steve Duff - Basketball Captain, Dragon Award in Basketball. Sportsf 95 I - 8TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL - Row I - Karla Snyder, Shelly Wilhelm. Lisa Patton, Nicole Johnson, Cheryl Ellis. Row 2 - Coach Annette Thompson, Lore Bradley, Lisa Overmyer, Jodi Shivers. Jeanne Martens, Carla Cowger, Renee Hill, Melissa Lard. 2 - 7TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL - Tammy Savage, Jennifer McKinney, Kathy Anagnostou, Coach Carol Arnett, Tammy Vires, Tammy Ellis, Peggy Rick- man. 3 - Renee Hall drives in for a layup. 96fSports S C OREBOARDS 8 TH 7 TH We They They Plymouth 25 24 24 Culver 3 23 20 Rochester 20 23 I9 L a Ville 23 30 9 Bremen ll 30 28 O-D JI I7 I0 T"lf0'1 30 I8 I 7 Mentone 22 23 I7 l - Jodi Shivers jumps to get the tip for the Dragonettes. 2 - 8TH GRADE BOYS' BASKET- BALL - Row l - Jeff O'Dell, Charlie Boonkaw, Lee Becker, Tony Thompson, Warren Schultz, Brian Trump, Willie Stephens. Row 2 - Kerry Eiler, Mike Mechl- ing, Kirk Bailey, Dave Mullaney, Mike Susits, Charlie Redinger, Roger Murphy, Coach Eugene Snyder. 3 - 7TH GRADE BOYS' BASKET- 8 th GRA DE FINISHES l0:6 BALL - Row I - Anthony Boulas, Teddy Middleton, Greg Gross- man, Marty Martin, Chris Butler. Row 2 - Scott Shirk, Terry Har- tle, Rocky Ballinger, Steve Hud- speth, Joey Stone, Brian Johnson, Eric Barlow, Richie Rospopo. I - JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' TRACK - Row I - John Vanator, Jeff Thompson, Jeff O'DelI. Charlie Boon- kaw, Charlie Redinger, Mike Mechling. Row 2 Coach Eugene Snyder, Joey Stone, John Williams, Kirk Bailey, Steve Hudspeth. Jeremy Clark, Brian Trump, Mgr. Eric Barlow. 2 - John Vanator runs to- ward the camera. 3 - Jeff Thompson prac- tices the long jump. 4 - Kirk Bailey follows through on his throw. 5 - Jeremy Clark jumps higher than the bar. SCOREBOARD We They l.a Ville 47 57 North Liberty 55 2115 Culver 55 59 Knox 51 78 Akron 55 50 Oregon Da vis 69 40 Caston 74 44 County - 3rd JUNIOR HIGH BO YS HA VE WINNING 98fSports A 5 , , ujai, E I6 I? " Q? JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS IMPROVE THEIR RECORD l - Jodi Shivers practices her high jump. 2 - Karla Snyder makes the hurdles look easy. 3 - JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' TRACK - Row l - Camma Capes, Cheryl Ellis, Tracy Dickson, Melissa Lard, Peggy Rickman, Kim Crow, Pam Davenport. Row 2 - Jen- nifer McKinney, Shelly Wilhelm, Anna Bartosik, Tammy Vires, Tammy Ellis, Tina Montague. Row 3 - Jean Martin, Angie Nine, Karla Snyder, Heather Burnett, Jodi Shivers. SCOREBOARD We They La Ville I9 90 Culver 33 76 Akron 56 53 Caston 54 45 Knox 3 7 72 Sportsf99 l - Dawn, Pam, and Paula try to stay warm. 2 f Dar Burkholder takes a lap before her event. 3 - Cindy Walls stays warm while run- ning. 4 - VARSITY GIRLS' TRACK - Row l - Danita Sheets, Chrissy Davenport, Darla Harrell, Sally Hale, Lisa Vanator, Dar Burkholder. Row 2 - Coach Kim Gordon, Rejeana Lowry, Paula Wallace, Natalie Sav- age, Cindy Walls, Pam Wallace, Dawn Crum, Valeria Ballardin. Manager Jenny Mul- laney. N lCX7fSports Maw ,, ,,,,. 1.2 A 2 My ,, 'WM "' ww A ,Mm-f' 'W I ,fan I - Dawn Crum takes a hurdle. 2 - Danita Sheets jumps as far as she can. 3 - Paula Wallace clears the bar. 4 - Pam Wallace does the same. SCOREBOARD We They L a Ville I5 94 C aston I5 93 Culver 26 83 Knox 26 83 Culver Girls' Academy 26 83 Oregon Da vis 53 56 L I ' 60 49 VARSITY GIRLS ' TRACK TEAM HAS SPUNK VARSITY TRACK TEAM BREAKS THREE RECORDS l - Brian Jennings makes the hurdles look easy. 2 - Dave Crum flies over the bar. 3 - Kenny Nine practices his hurdles. 4 A- VARSITY BOYS' TRACK TEAM - Row l - Doug Calhoun, Dennis Calhoun, Kenny Nine, Brian Jennings, Mike Dennie. Row 2 - Phil Savage, Warren Barlow, Bob Lichtenberger, Dave Crum, Coach Tim Van Duyne. SCOREBOARD W6 They Triton 35 91 C aston 45 8l Culver 58 V2 6 7 V2 Knox 52 75 Oregon Da vis 7l 5 2 L alumiere 5l 76 ' La Ville Relays - 6th I4 Winamac Relays - 4th 4l County - 6th 33 , f,.,,d1-1,4 vw, .Z .,.,i ITN:-Af A www Q gh Q50 .39 fav' ' ',,l.f, B Q 2 I - Bob Lichtenberger makes a good jump. 2 - Phil Savage hea ves the shot put. 3 - Mike Dennie warms up for his run. 4 - Warren Barlow takes his turn at the shot put. SportsfI03 2., . HK l N ,:..,. . ,...::.,. ...,,... . 1,:, Z ,, . ,,.. , .. . N . ,W , ,...,,,..w kms, , . , . . em-gsm wr t w M...,., e. .a,a..t.,..,t.t.W . ., W. 2 A g -, N, A -Nwtwm ,.M.,W. - ,W,..,.V . www Mae, gf SSL. Q -2- Q 'X' I - VARSITY GOLF TEAM - Scott Lattimer, Doug Overmyer, Joe Taylor, Roger Grossman, Mike Har- ley. 2 - Joe Taylor follows his swing to see if it landed on the green. 3 - Mike Harley surveys the green from all angles to plan his putt shot. I I SCOREBOARD We They North wood 207 155 Triton 207 227 Culver 207 173 Peru 215 I8 4 TVS 201 183 I North Judson 133 193 Knox 204 190 Oregon Da vis 193 195 Triton 194 220 Bremen 193 130 Marshall County Tourney - 5th lO4f5ports ?m""'M?'1' we W., iii, 'Wm gs, mu- . MW .wr A 'ML I My .. was EE? ,,A' ... 'fit ,z .f rm I , ,n,W . ,,,, i , K I i I .., i ., M, k,1,,,.H ,gp QC . I .. ,M .fm in fk.. 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Row 2 - Marty Martin, Terry Hartle, Rich Rospopo, Chad Over- myer. n -wi f an Q- SportsfIO5 Q Q ad my l 7 VARSITY BASEBALL - Row l - Dennis Calhoun, Lynn Couch, Troy Gates. Tim Thompson, Brent Shep- herd, ,lohn O'Dell. Row 2 K Coach Boyd Davis, Bob Lichtenberger, Warren Bar- low, Kip Bailey, Jeff Shiv- ers, Mike Miller, Da ve Stults. 2 - Jeff Shi vers keeps him- self in front of the ball. 3 - Warren Barlow takes a swing at the ball. 4 - Tim Thompson deliv- ers the pitch. 5 - Dennis Calhoun is ready to steal a base. INEXPERIENCED TEAM LOOKS TO FU TURE lO6fSports ',.,1ai,L. 'M ,hy v -N A Q35 by wb. W f ""' , K hm gk g , ' ,QW ' I 3 I N, " g ' X W ' ' 75 zzwh- -wqwfv 335 ,nfl '2fkf"'5?hQ'9f45w W - QM . ff 6 ' AMN, , W if-fenwm fs . .H f, 'T ' ,, 1 M -"W cw f In -ww. I I .fn , V V W1? k , Q 3 ,,,,,,, U , , , I V W 1 g M- 3 7 , "fir, Q' Mysql 5 .W wrzmffi Ti,:,f','j, my , , ' ,, I f f , ,, ww" MMI ,, If 2+ , ,, Aim 'f I ' - I I 1- New " ,V ,, f I Neff, M-wffwy ,ff W sgwg--r '- 1. I - Dennis Calhoun makes it to third. 2 - Dave Stults catches a fly ball. 3 - John O'DelI makes catching a fly ball look easy. 4 - Kip Bailey swings for the fence. I SCOREBOARD I We They North Miami O I0 Northwood 2 3 Northwood 2 I0 L a Ville I I3 Rochester 4 9 Rochester 7 I7 Culver 3 I Bremen 2 6 I Bremen 5 IO Caston 5 I6 I Oregon Da vis 6 II Glenn 0 5 C.M.A. 8 9 I Triton 5 6 Riley O 3 Riley 3 I3 . . i A . .... wtf-If-M ' ""'1f-.-tiki Q . ws Y 3' if ,-at, " ' ' Aw.: "P - I k vs, 'img' A 1 Axim.. A f , , - ., A is yt . N K- 1 - . ,. . , fg- . . RW, x:.L , , , , ,A ,, -.1.Ljs.sgk 5,-.V ,k-. , CN K - , A- - . HL SportsfI07 QW MQ Q , 'R X IQ N , ,,.W.M.,.W.W....M..,,,..,., ... 'ko '-Q W... ,fx XIX' x...,f-' I W JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Bottom - Chris Davenport, Shawnda Davis, Natalie Savage. Top - Tina Alderfer, Kim Hall. 2 - VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Front - Traci Mill- er, Char Taylor, Mary Beth Roush. Center - Kristi Snyder. Top - Darla McCune. The Varsity Cheerleaders attended the Dynamic Cheerleading Association Camp at Indiana Universi- ty in Bloomington this summer from August 8-I2. Here they won the following awards: Best Pom-Pon Routine, Outstanding Jumps and Mounts. Outstand- ing Spirit, Outstanding Cheerleading Ability, Super Squad, Best Skit, Second Place, Most Spirited. "HEX EVER YBOD K LE T'S HAVE A GOOD TIME! " "SAY, HEY, EVERYBODY, l.ET'S HAVE A GOOD TIME!" Sports flO9 4370 190 fin ,""'-H I - Wendy Carlisle and her date Michael Cook are enjoying the evening. 2 - Choosing some refreshments are Mitzi Risner and her date. 3 - Sophomore Angie Kuchel and Eric Utter choose to sit out this dance, 4 - Rod Miller and Darla McCune share a quiet moment. 5 - Susan Wilhelm and Mike Mann take a stroll between dances. The annual Sunshine Dance was held on February l8, l984, in the high school cafe- teria. The theme of the dance was "To- night I Celebrate My Love for You," Ap- proximately l5O students attended the dance. The band Destiny featured their drummer Chris Stults, an Argos High School senior. ll2fFea tures K l - Janelle Thayer and Wendy Carlisle share a se- cret. 2 - Ronda Davis and Dave Crum dance the night away. 3 - Senior couple, Barb Davis and Troy Crum are anxious to get into the dance. 4 f Sunshine sponsors, Diane l. yons and Wilma Doll pose with Clyde Manuwal, Rick Bowen, and Todd Rininger. 5 f Phil Savage escorts Valeria Balardin, our ex- change student from Brazil, to the dance, TONIGH T I CELEBRA TE . Featuresfll3 BROAD RIPPLE ISI T5 ARGOS On April 18, l95'4, Argos had eleven students from Broad Ripple High School visit. Broad Ripple is a large school in Indianapolis, Broad Ripple has a student body of 1,650 students in four grades. The small school was quite a change for them, They all had favorable comments about Argos saying that the halls are really quiet compared to those at Broad Ripple. They also mentioned that the people at Argos are very friendly. Wm any 'ww . ,,,, ,Hr , ff 'fmwwll W' ff:r:,f,w M: fl f 'H f un QW' ,, 1 . ,,,,, I 'f I V ' X My U ,ggf,,,,it,,Wswswoff ' ' ' " V w'f:fowf,zzm'AVf' ' I lll' f f I I 1 A I' ' f'fff W ,, ,, H , 1 ,,,, , ' , V I , o,oo,,,-f ,h,,,,, iat- I I 4 Q1 f' ff ' f f f ,f of ,wmfxmm fo-W N ,V V' 401 Q JA WW .,,, f ,f ,,,,,,, .,,p7'jj,g.,WjA mfwfzwwwffw :S fy 1 2 ,,,, , V 5 K Q -F. I' Qin-J' if ax, f ,W if hw, MUSIC STUDENTS PERFORM IN CONCERTS l-1 Singin' I6 members Susan Wilhelm and Mike Dennie entertain the audience. 2 - Junior High boys sing along with the choir, 3 - Playing her flute is Shelly Wilhelm. 4 - The Spring Concert is the High School Choir's last performance for the i984 school year. 5 - Freshman Lori Grolich gets her pas- sage exactly right during this particular number. I 5 LLI 5 HOU MUSIC DEPAR TMEN T PRESEN T5 B YE B YE BIRDIE l - Conrad Birdie Ueff Herrinj sings "Honestly Sincere" to the Teens. 2- Albert KRod Millerj tells the Teens of Sweet Apple to cheer up, because Conrad will not be too old for them when he returns from the Army, 3 - Conrad Ueff Herrin Q listens as Kim KMelinda Schultz Q and Ursula Merkle I Christy Beckerj leads the girls in the official Conrad Birdie Pledge. 4 - Mrs. Peterson C Jenn y Mullane y Q is shocked to discov- er that her son KRod Millerj has chosen Rose Alvarez C Susan Cowen Q as his fiance. 5 - In his television debut, Conrad Ueff Herrinj sings "One Lost Kiss" to Kim fMelinda Schultz Q before leaving for the Army. Fea tures X ll 7 NEVER GONNA LET YOU GO I - Kristi Snyder and Mike Beam seem to be having a good time. 2 -- Wendy McGowen and Natalie Savage talk with Rick Susits while serving at the prom, 3 -- Couples share a quiet moment while slow danc- ing to the theme song. 4 - Laura Bash, Angie Rospopo. Tami Shidler, and Kristine Parker show off the "traditional garter" worn by Junior and Senior girls to the Prom. 5 - Jeff Herrin, Lars Watson, and Chris Hammond discuss the evening 's events. We danced this year to the music of .lust Before Dark at the i984 Juniorf5enior Prom on May 4. The theme was "Never Gonna Let You Go. " The cafeteria was decorated in a night-time scene by the Junior Class. Qi ,fv yt' X l - Jeff Shivers and Kim Lattimer smile for the camera, 2 - Jodie Hartle and Kelvin Williams dance to "Just Before Dark. " 3 -M These couples are about to go outside to get some fresh air and ad- mire the moonlit sky, 4 - Mr. Ed Miller asks Mike Harley and Vicki Kitch if they are enjoying the evening. 5 - Lorrie Friar, Darla McCune, Brad Snyder, and Richard Eby talk during one of the Band's breaks. 6 - Janelle Thayer and her date, Dale Green, take a break from dancing. M, 1 nw fx . I , , I X . . v ff! 'MUN W 1 Q ,, Q 1 I - Dawn Crum serves Rod Miller his dessert during the banquet. 2 f Warren Barlow receives the Star Chapter Farm- er Award. 3 - Here are a few of the FFA award winners, Brad Snyder received the Poultry Judging Award. Melin- da Schultz received the Music and Talent, Crops Judging. Scholarship, DeKalb, and Chapter Sweet- heart awards, Brent Shepherd received the Poultry Production award. Shawn Hanley received the Swine Production Award. Warren Barlow received the Recordkeeping, Farm Mechanics, Hay Produc- tion, Bee Keeping, and Livestock Judging awards. Jim Hartman received the Soybean Production. Electrification, and Small Engines awards. 4 - Shown here are retiring officers Vice President Mike Quimby and Treasurer Brad Snyder. 5 - Dave Coughenour receives the Rabbit Produc- tion Award. 6 - Mike McCoy gives the Welcome at the start of the banquet, l2OfFea tures Q .Air t ff W W I ANNUAL FFA BANQUE T The Annual Future Farmers of America Parent and Member Banquet was held on May I2 at 6:30 p.m. in the High School Cafeteria. Following the meal, the members of the Argos FFA Chapter conducted their annual awards ceremony and installation of new offi- cers. l - Rod Miller presents Katie Middaugh with a door prize. 2 A Shown are retiring officers Secretary .lim Hart- man and President Rod Miller. 3 f Heidi Apple, retiring Sentinel, installs Shawn Hanley as Sentinel Elect, 4 - FFA sponsor Mike Emenaker chats with parents and guests before the banquet begins, 5 - Damon Harrell receives the Star Greenhand Award from Art Overmyer. Fea tures X l2l is if 5 ef... .f"'. -..mwvf .. A TF s ,' , .. mai ,,,,a,,,m-K . , ff up , ,, A fl--wa, 'QW' Al M 1 l22jFea tures !.ei fig I - Maggie Cutler ILaura Bash Q is Sheri- dan Whiteside 's devoted secretary. Burt Jefferson Ueff Herrin 1 is the local news- paper editor who develops a crush on Maggie Cutler. 2 - Harriet Stanley Uenny Mullaneyj is Mr. 5tanley's disturbed sister who sup- posedly murdered their parents in the past. 3 - Mr, and Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley CKe- vin Van Duyne and Kristy Snyderj are ready to go to a Christmas party. Sherri- dan Whiteside K Tony Stonej is an un- wanted visitor in the Stanley household. His nurse is Miss Preen Ckristi Waltersj. Dr. Bradley Uosh Mahlerj is Mr. White- side 's personal physician. The Man Who Came to Dinner is th story of a popular radio personality whj fakes an injury in order to take advantag of the use of a rich family's home in small town in Ohio, Eventually, he 's foun out and asked to leave causing the play t have an ironic ending. 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IN 46563 OFFSET LITHOBRAPNY AND LETTERPRESS PRINTING Printer sr Publisher of PRIDE . iBtJBrultr Studio, Emi 219-223-3617 720 B Main St. Rochester, IN 46975 ' ag." rg v"A - 1. Yu" pi 7 THE T STUDIO y II8 V2 N. Michigan Plymouth 936- 541 7 'Pre-School 'Gymnastics 'A erobics 'Ballet " Tapp l46fAds 'Jazz 'Modern Dance Sheryl Beckham Owner National Bank 125 EAST NINTH STREET I ROCHESTER, INDIANA 46975 Phone 223-3l5l Safe and sound banking for over ll7 years Member FDIC Congratulations To The Class Of l984 From THE YEA RBOOK STA FF K G Leverich, Tonya, 52, 70 A Albright, Steve, 8, 40 43, 54, 58. 66. Alderfer, Lisa, 52, 73, Alderfer, Lora, 52, 73. Alderfer, Tina, 3, ll, I2, 50 56, 60 62, 68, lO8, IO9, l50 Anagnostou, Kathy, 52, 73, 96. Andrews, Chris, I8, 20 2l, 25, 33, 57, 58, 59, 52. Andrews, Leila, 72. Apple, Heidi, I8, 24, 33, 34, 39, 57, l2I. B Bailey, kip, 3, 8, ii, 70 90 los, IO7. Bailey, Kirk, 8, 63, 6 7, 72, 98. Balardin, Valaria, 2l, 32, 54, 56, ICU II3. Ballinger, Rocky, 73, 97. Baltes, Bonnie, 54, 70 Baltes, Karen, 52, 73, Barbour, Billy, 5l, 73. Barlow, Eric, 8, 5l, 52, 73, 97, 98. Barlow, Warren, 7, I8, 2l, 33, 49, 52, 54, 5 7, 58, 60 88, 90 IO2, IO3, KE, ll6, l20 95. Bartosik, Anna, 5l, 72, 99, ll0 Bash, Laura, 49, 50 56, 60 6l, 66, ll8, I22, Bauman, Mark, 8, I8, 33, 47, 6l, 88. Becker, Angie, 4, 52, 73. Becker, Chris, ll, 43, 50 52, 56, 5 7, 60 63, 68, ll7. Becker, Lee, 8, 5l, 72, 97. Bollenbacher, Crystal, 52, 66. Boonkaw, Charles, 8, 72, 97, 98. Boulas, Anthony, 8, 52, 73, 97. Bowen, Rick, 66, II3. Bradley, Lore, 72, 96. Bradley, Mike, 5 7 Burkholder, Darlene, 52, 60 6l, 62, 66, 92, 93, ICXZ l50 Burnett, Heather, 5l, 52, 72, 99 Butler, Chayne, 54. 59. 60 68, Butler, Chris, 8, 5l, 73, 97, Butler, Kelly, 72. C Calhoun, Dennis, 8, 66, 88, 89, l0S, IO7. Calhoun, Doug, 8, 9, 66, 88, 89, IO2, Campbell, Hazel, 52. 73. Capes, Camma, 52, 72, 99. Carlisle, Wendy, l2, l3, 54, 59, 60 6l, 62, 66, 92, II2, II3. Carter, Ed, 8, 52, 73, Castle, Reva, I4, I8, 20 33. Castleman, Esther, 5l, 73, Clark, Jeremy, 8, 52, 72, 93. Clark, Marcia, 2, I8, 20 33, 40 49, 50 54, 56, 57, 60 63, I50 1 I DEX Cooper, Blaine, 8, ll, 36, 52, 54, 70 90 9l. Couch, Robert, 58, 66, ICB. Couch, Tami, I3, 56, 5 7, 60 68. Coughenour, Dave, I8, 5 7, l20 Cowen, Susan, l5, 52, 54, 56, 58, 6l, 66, ll6, ll7. Cowger, Carla, 5l, 52, 72, 96. Crawley, Shawn, 4, 68. Cripe, Becky, 56, 60 6l, 63, 68, 93. Crow, Kim, 6l, 73, 99. Crum, David, 6, 8, 40 49, 54, 66, IO2, Crum, Dawn, 6, l5, I6, l9, 4 7, 50 54, 56, 58, 60 6l, 63, ICXZ lOl, l20 Crum, Troy, I9, 33, II3. Curry, Julie, l9, 24, 54, 59, 60 6l, Curtis, Bobby, 72. D Davenport, Chris, 50 52, 54, 56. 58, 60 70 KD ICB, lO9. Davenport, Pam, 5l, 52, 73, 99. Davis, Barb, I9, 25, 33, 39, 54, ll3, 28. Davis, Craig, 72. Davis, Frank, 5, 33. Davis, Ronda, I3, 50 50 6l, 66, ll3. Davis, Shawnda, 46. 52, 56, 70 IO8, IO9. Dennie, Mike, 8, I9, 25, 33, 44, 52, 58, IO2, IO3, ll5, 95. Friar, Lorrie, 50 54, 56, 5 7, 60 6l, 66, II9. Hill, Renee, 52, 72, 96. Hill, Sherry, 22. Hoeffer, Johanna, 5l, 52, 63, 73. Hoeffer, Tracy, 5, 50 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 68, l5l. Hollar, Lowell, 22, 38. Hooker, Karen, 66. Houin, Tony, 5l, 72. Howard, Chris, 5 7. Hudspeth, Brent, 68. Hudspeth, Kris, I6, 2l, 22, 33, 49, 54, 56, 58, 28 Hudspeth, Steve, 8, 9, 52, 73, 97, 98. Hundt, Richard, 72. Hylton, Susann, 73. Gates, Troy, 8, ll, 49, 50 68, 90 l0S. Gardner, Terri, 73., Gibbons, Andy, 8, 58, 66. Gibbons, Jeff, 8, 22, 24, 4 7, 54, 88, 95. Gochenour, Lori, 56, 59, 66. Grolich, Laurie, 7, 49, 56, 60 6l, 70 II5. Grossman, Chris, 52, 70 9l. ll6. Grossman, Greg, 8, 52, 63, 73, Hill, Jill, 56, 68. Hill, Michelle, 3 7. 56, 70 IO8. J Jennings, Brian, 8, 68, 88, IO2, Jernstrom, Aaron, 5l, 72. Johnson, Billy, 5l, 73. Johnson, Brian, 8, 5l, 73, 97. Johnson, Nate, 54, 5 7, 59, 68. Johnson, Nicole, 45, 52, 6l, 72, 96, l5l. Johnson, Peggy, 72. Kanarr, Todd, 22, 59. Ketcham, Tammy, 72. Kitch, Vicki, 3, 50 54, 56, 58, 62, 68, lI9. Kolar, Dean, 52, 72. Krom, Matt, 5l, 73, IOS. Kuchel, Angie, 56, 5 7, 60 68, 93, ll2. Kuchel, Todd, 23, 48, 5 7, 58, 59. L Lacher, Chris, 72. Lard, Melissa, 52, 72, 96, 99. Dennie, Travis, 8, 73. DePoy, Melissa, 73. DePoy, Tammy, 2, l9, 25, 44, 56, 5 7, 28. Detwiler, Brent, 5 7, 70 Dickson, Tracy, 5l, 52, 73, 99. DietL John, 52, 73. Dietl, Paul, 8, 72. Dillie, Vickie, 66. Doody, Jim, 56, 57. 70 Dunlap, Keith Dufh Rebecca, 68. Duff, Steve, 8, l9, 2l, 25, 33, 88, 95. E Eber, Chad, 36. Eby, Richard, 37, 70 90 9l, ll9. Edwards, Greg, 36, 49, 52, 54, 70 9l. Eiler, Kerry, 52, 72, 97. Ellis, Cheryl, 5l, 52, 72, 96, 99. Ely, John, 66. Everage. Harold, 70 Ellis, Tammy, 5l, 52, 73, 96. F Fear, Beth, 56, 59, 60 68. Finney, Lewis, 59, 70 Forth, James, 5 7, 58. 6l, 97. Grossman, Roger, 8, 9, 49, 68, 90 IO4, l05, 95. Grosvenor, Teresa, 5l, 72. H Hale, Sally, 52, 56, 5 7, 60 70 l02 Hall, Kim, 49, 50 54, 56, 58, 60 70 IM, IO9. Hanley, Shawn, 5 7, 66, l20 l2l. Harley, Heather, 56, 70 Harley, Mike, 8, 58, 66, IO4, ll9. Harley, Shawn, 66, Harley, Teri, 4, 5l, 52, 6l, 73, ll0 Harrell, Damon, 54, 57, 58, 59, 63, 68, l2l, l50 HarrelL Dana, 22, 44, 54, 56, 50 64. Harrel, Darla, ll, 36, 52, 54, 56, 58, 6l, 62, 63, 70 ICXZ ICF. Harrington, Don, 68. Harshberger, Doug, 5l, 73, l05. Hartle, Jodie, 3, 7, l2, I3, 49, 56, 60 56, II9. Hartle, Terry, Hartman, Jim, 5 7, 66, D0 l2L Hartog, Mike, 68. Harville, Shawn, 4I. Hensley, Brice, 73. Henry, Leslee, l5, I6, 22, 49, 50 54, 56, 59, 60 6l, 92. Herrin, Jeff, I0 I4, 52, 54, 58, 60 6l, 63, 66, ll7, ll8, l22. 73, 97, l05. Lattimer, Kim, 6, 20 23, 33, 38, 44, 49, 52, 54, 56, 63, 92, 93, ll9, 28, 95. Lattimer, Scott, 49, 70 IO4, los. I LaVanway, Gina, 5l, 73. Leverich, Cathy, 52, 54, 56. 62, 66. Leverich, Nancy, 46, 52, 54, 56, 60 68, l50 Lichtenberger, Bob, 8, 49, 52, 70 90 IO2, IO3, ICE. Locke, Brian, 66. Lowry, Bobby, 73. Lowry, Rejeana, 56, 63, 70 I02 Luke, Amy, 52, 73. M Mahler, Josh, 23, 33, 6l, 62, l22. Mahler, Joy, 52, 73. Mahler, Sam, 52, 6l, 70 Manuwal, Clyde, 54, II3. Manuwal, Sarah, 49, 56, 5 7, 70 Marks, Laurie, 70 Martens, Jean, 52, 72, 96, 99. Martin, Marty, 8, 5l, 73, 97, 105. Masterson, Chris, 60 6l, 66. McClain, Eric, 8, 70 90 9l. McCoy, Mike, 56, 57, 70 l20 McCune, Darla, 3, I0 54, 56, 60 62, 66, IO8, l09, II2, ll9 McGowen, Tammy, 6, 21, 23, 34, 44, 50 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 6l. McGowen, Wendy, 56. 5 7, 60 68, ll8. lndexf I4 7 l48flndex Mclntire, Mark, 73. McKinney, Jennifer, 4, 52, 73, 96, 99, ll0 McKinney, Michelle, 3, 20 23. 33, 42, 54, 56, 60 62. 63, 28, McMichael. Ed, 23. McMichael, Jamie, 73. Mechling, Glenda, 3, 5, 7. I3. 49. 56, 57, 60 68, 93. Mechling, Mike, 8, 72, 97, 98 Mechling. Ruth, 43, 49, 54, 56, 68. Middleton, Ted, 8, 73, 97. Miller, Jon, l0 23, 24, 33, 54, 59, Miller, Lisa. 52, 54, 68. Miller, Mike, 2, ll. 49, 50 68, ICE. Miller, Rod, 3. I5, 20 26, 33, 52, 56, 5 7, 6l, ll6, ll7, l20 l2l. Miller, Theresa, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 70 Miller, Traci, 5, 7. 49, 54, 56, 60 61, 62, 63, 64, 66. lO8, IO9. l50 Montague, Roger. 57, 6l, 70 Montague, Tina. 52. 73, 99. Mullaney, David, 5l, 72, 97, Mullaney. Jenny, 5, 26, 33, 34, 52, 56, 60 6l, 62, 92. 93, ICU II7, I22. Murphy, Roger, 5l, 67, 72. Myers, Lora, 56, 68. N Nellans, Wes, 8, 5l, 72. Newman, Amy, 52, 73. Nine, Angie, 5l, 73, 99. Nine, Kenny, 70 IO2. Nolin, Kellie, 72. Nolin, Lori, 2l, 26, 33, 49, 56, 60 6l, 29. Norman, Becky, 54, 6l, 63, 66. Novitzke, Jesse, 58, 68. O Obenchain, Susan, 68, l5l. O'DeIl, Jeff, 8, 72, 97.98. O'Dell, John, 8. 4l, 66. 88, ICB, I07. Overmyer, Chad, 8, 52, 73, l05. Overmyer, Doug, 26. 33, 58, 59, 63, IO4, lO5. Overmyer, JoEtta, 3, I3, 50 56, 57, 60 68. Overmyer, Lisa. 5l, 72. 96. Overmyer, Tom, 26. P Parker, Kris, 52. II8. Parrish, Mike, 66. Paterson. Robert, 70 9l, Paton, Richard, 66. Patton. Lisa, 5l, 72, 96. Patton, Tana. 5, I2, 39. 56. 63, 67. Patton, Tracy, 49, 56, 68. 92, 93. Peterson, Dale. 72. Powell, Steve, 8, 68. 88, 95, Powell, Wiley, 8, 52, 73. Pritchett, Jeff. 57, 67, O Quimby, Mike, 26, 33, 43, 57, l20 R Redinger, Charles, 8, 52, 63, 72, 97, 98. Redinger, Rose, I3. 36, 49, 60 52, 54. 56, 57, 70 93. l5l. Reece, Laura. 56, 6l, 67, 92. Rickman, Peggy, 5l, 52, 73, 96, 99. Rininger, Todd, ll3. Risner, Ed, 49, 6l, 68. Risner, Mitzi, 2I, 26, 33, lI2. Risner, Ray, 8, 72. Robb, Claudia, 27, 33, 57, 62. Rohl, Rhecia, I2, 60 68, 93. Rosebaum, Lisa, 56, 68. Rosebaum, Lori, 4, 5l, 52, 73. Rosebush, Dar, 6, I0 I2, I3, 24. 27, 33, 49, 56, 58, 60 6l, 62. 64. Rospopo, Angie, 54, 5 7. 6l, 62, 67, II8. Rospopo, Rich, 8. 52, 73. 97. l05. Roush, Mary, 20 25, 27, 33, 34, 56, 60 62. 63, 64, lO8, IO9. S Savage, Natalie, 5, 56, 60 64. 69, IO8. IO9, II8. Savage, Phil, 8, 9, 54, 67, 88. 89, l02, IO3, ll3. Savage, Tammy. 4, 52. 73, 96, ll0 Schee, Dana, 72. Scheetz, Mendi, 20 27. 40 43, 44, 54, 56, 57, 59. Schultz, Melinda, I4. I6, 27, 52, 54, 57. 60 6l. II6, II7, l20 Schultz, Warren, 8. 52, 72, 97. Sheets, Danita, 54, 57, 59, 69, ICXZ lOl. Shepherd, Brent, 8, 4l, 5 7, 58, 6 7, IGS, l20 Shepherd, Otie. 8, 72. Sherman, Bruce. 6l, 70 Shidler, Richard, 52, 72. Shidler, Tamera, 49, 56, 6l. 6 7, II8. Shipley, Bill, 5, 69. Shipley, Jill, ll, I3. 49, 56, 70 IO8. Shipley, Sandy, 42, 52, 73. Shireman, Ron, 58, 69. Shirk, Scott. 8, 5l, 63, 73. 97. Shivers, Jeff, 8, 69, 90 ICB, II9, 95, Shivers, Jodie, 52, 72, 96, 97, 99, Il0 Shorter. Todd, 72. Shufelt, Mark, 70 Shufelt. Vanessa, 56, 59, 60 69. Singrey. Shelly, 73. Smith, Glenn, 7l, Smith, Mike, 73, Smith, Mishelle, 72. Smith. Wendy, 73, Snider, Cathy, I6, 2l, 27, 33, 38. 49, 52. 54, 56, 50 6l. Snyder, Brad. 8. I0 5 7, 67, ll9, l20 Snyder, Karla, 5l, 52, 63, 72, 99, lI0 Snyder, Kristi, 3, 6, 27, 33, 34, 42, 50 52, 54, 56. 60 63, IO8. lO9, ll8. I22. 95. Spohn, David, 6 7, Stahl. Jeff, 69. Solomon, David, 49, 7l, 9l. Stahl, Tammy, 30 39, 57. Stauffer, Jana, 2, 6, I0 I2, I3, 43, 5 7, 6l, 63. Stephens, Willie, 72, 97. Stevens, Doug, 5l, 73. IOS. Stockberger, Peggy, 3, 6, 2l, 30 44, 50 52, 56. 60 69, l5l. Stone, Joey, 8, 52, 73, 97. 98. Stone, Laura. 3, 49, 56, 5 7, 69, 93. Stone, Tony, 2l, 30 33, 58, 60 6l, 88, 90 I22. Stults, Bill, 30 34, 88, 95. Stults. Chris, 3, I0 24, 30 33, 44, 54, 58. Stults, David, 8, 5 7, 7l, 90 9l, iw, I07. Stults, Tanna. 5, 6, I2, I3. 20 30 33. 50 54, 56, 58, 60 62. Stutler, Denise, 30 33, 54, 58, 61. 62. Sullivan, Richard, 7l, Sumey. Cindy, 7l, Summers, Stephanie, 7l, Susits, Mike, 52. 6 7, 72. Susits, Rick, 5, 2l, 25, 3l, 58. II8. T Taylor, Char, 4, I2, I6, 3l, 33, 34, 49, 50 52, 54, 56, 60 63. IO8. IO9, 28. Taylor, Joe 4, 54, 69, IO4. Thacker, Jon, 57, 58. 67. Thayer. Janelle, 5 7, 6 7. II3, II9, Thomas, Mark, 54, 67. Thomas, Michelle, 5l, 73. Thompson, Angie, 6, ll, 20 3l, 33, 44, 50 54, 56, 5 7, 59, 63. 64. 92, 95. Thompson. Jeff, 8, 52, 73. 98. Thompson, Shawn, 8, 5l, 52, 72. Thompson, Tim, 8, 9, 7l, 90 ICB, 95. Thompson, Tony, 8, 52, 72, 97. Tolson, Jeff, 49. 7l, 9l, Troyer, Tanya. 52, 73. Trump, Brian, 8, 52. 72, 97. 98. Trump, Dave, 3l, 33, 44, 49, 58. 59, Trump, Deb, 52. 73. Trump. Jennifer, 5l, 52, 73. Tuttle, Dede, 56, 60 69, 93, V Vanator, Lisa, 49, 7l, IQZ l5l, Van Duyne, Linda, I3, I4. 50 52, 56, 60 69. Van Duyne, Kevin, I4. 3l, 33, 46, 52, 54, 5 7, 60 61, II2, ll6. Van Gieson, Jim, 58, 7l, Vanator, John, 5l, 73. 98, Vermillion, Jim, 67. 88, 90 Vermillion, Joann, 5 7, 7l. Vermillion, Joyce, 72. Vires, Tammy, 52, 73, 96, 99. W Wagers. Troy, 7l, Wallace, Pam. 20 3l, 49. 54, 56, 60 62, 63, ILD lOl, 95, Wallace, Paula, I2, 49, 56, 5 7, 60 69. 92. ICU lOl, 95. waits, cindy, 4, Ja 25, 31. 33. 49, 50 52, 56, 58, 59, 60 6l, 62, ICU Walls, Dennis. 6 7. Walters, Kim, 5l, 73. Walters, Kristi, 6, I5, I6, 20 32, 50 54, 56, 58, 60 6l. Watson, Lars, 25, 32, 49, 52, 58, 60 II8. Weston, Lori, 73. Wilhelm, Jerlyn, 48, 50 56, 57, 6 7. Wilhelm, Shelly, 5l, 72, 96, 99. ll0 ll5, l5l, Wilhelm, Susan, I3. 52, 60 6l, 62, 63, 7l, II2, Il5. Williams, Bobbie Jo. 49, 56, 5 7, 7l, IO8. Williams, Dan, 6 7. Williams, John, 72, 98. Williams, Johnna, 56, 69. Winenger, Robert, 49, 50 58, 69. Winters, Deb, 4, 5, 32, 33, 49, 56, 5 7, 60 6l, 62. Y Yazel, Stan, 32, 47. Young. Joan, 37, 52, 72. Young, Marc, 52. 72. Young, Matt, 73. Z Zarazua, Amelia. 72. Zehner, Lisa, 32, 33, 34, 61. Zehner, Joy. 54, 6l, 63, 67. Zink, Mike, 73. Zolman. Curt, 49, 69, l50 Zolman, Tim, 8, 73. Anco Office Pro- ducts, l26. Annell's Shear De- signs, l28. Argos Beauty Shop, I34. Argos Lumber Com- pany, l3l. Argos Pharmacy, l3Q Argos Phillips 66, I35. Argos Public Library, l24. Arvesen's True Val- ue Hardware, I44. Dr. F.L. Babcock, l24. Dr. .leff Badell, l24. Bailey's Sales and Service, l3O Dr. F.W. Bauer, l24. B 5 B Men 's Wear, l24. BOF Limited, l28. Bosworth 's, I38. Bowen Printing, Inc., l24. Buckeye Feed S Sup- ply, I38. Chuckwagon Restau- rant, l24. Coca-Cola Bottling Company, l4Q Cole Associate Inc., l29. Collins 5 Collins Realtors, D4. Country Class, l24. Crull Ready Mix and Materials Co., I35. Culligan Soft Water Service, l24. D.A. Burkett 5 Son, IJ8. Dairy Queen, l27. Davis Brake and A D VER TISERS ' INDEX WheeL l27. DeBruIer Studio, Inc., I45. DeNellis Pizza .lunc- tion, IQ8. Derf Jewelers Inc., l24. Don Calhoun Chev- rolet, l4l. Eby's Drive-ln, l38. Ecker's Superior TV 8 Appliances, I44. Eley Sawmill, l32. Ernie Probst Agen- cy, l25, E 8 S Fiberglass Re- pair, lnc., l24. Ettinger Machine Co., Inc., l40 Ewing Standard Ser- vice, I36. Ewing Standard Ser- vice, l29. Farmers 5 Mer- chants Bank, 124. First National Bank of Rochester, I46. H 5 H Motors, l24. Federal Land Bank, l24. Felke Florist, l27. Grandma 's Kitchen, l39. Grossman 's Funeral Home, l28. Helen 's Beauty Salon 5 Country Crafts, l25. Hensley Fabricating 8 Equipment Co., l29. Holland 's Hardware, l3l. Houin Realty, l29. Howard Roush Door Sales, l25. I n w o o d F e e d 6 Grain, D9. Irma C. Mast 8 Son, Inc., I29. .lim 's Service Cen- ter, l28. .lo-Mar Travel, Inc., l26. Jumbo Manufactur- ing, Inc., l4Q Kay's Beauty Salon, l25. K en 's Barber Shop, l25. L aPetit Bridal Shoppe, l42. Lobdell-Emery MFG Co., l3O Log House Inn, 129. Mandarin House, IJ6. Mannan, Pearson 8 Co., Inc., IJ5. Marshall County Bank, I33. Marshall County REMC, l26. Martens 8 Ellis Farm Market, l25. McCollough Real Es- tate, IQ6. Mr. Trophy, I36. Muday's Furniture, I43. Mundy 's Family Res- taurant, l27. Northern Indiana LP Gas, l25. Oliver Ford Lincoln Mercury, l42. Orr's Flowers, l26. Park N' Shop, l32. Pioneer Federal Sa v- ings 8 Loan Associ- ation, I43. Pirod Inc., l26. Pizza Hut, l42. Plymouth Fertilizer Co., Inc., I25. Plymouth Foundary, I46. Plymouth LP Gas, Corp., I25. Plymouth Veteri- nary Clinic, l25. Premier Floor Cov- ering, l27. Walter Price 's Abat- toir, l27. Ouick's Lanes, l27. Ristance Products, l3l. RJ. - GMC, Inc., l25. Schoonovers, I34. Seven Oaks Veteri- nary Clinic, l25. The State Exchange Bank, I34. The Studio, I45. Teachers Credit Union, I43. Thayer's Feed 8 Seed, I28. Town 8 Country Press Inc., I45. Treats Squire Shop, I45. U.S. Army, D5, Vicki's Hair Hut Styling, I45. Vanadco Signs, l35. Wagers Salvage, I3 7. The Wedding Cen- ter, l25. Weeks Motor Sales, I44. The Wickes Corp., l28. Wilt Food Center, l25. WTCA, IJ6. Yoders, l27. ind.,-V149 STUDENTS BUILD BACKGROUND FOR FUTURE ACHIEVEMENTS f""' I - A Kindergarten student, Leslie Stewart, is looking through a cata- log. 2 -- Biology students Tina Alderfer. Traci Miller, Dar Burkholder. Marcia Clark. Nancy Leverich. Curt Zalman. and Damon Harrel listen to Mr. Coo- per's lecture. 3 - Stacy Shirk and Richard Miller work on the new co t mpu ers pur- chased for the elementary school students. L...- l50f Closing I I I I - Susan Obenchain studies in the ings during Art class. f library. 4 - Jerry Stone has an ornery look I 2 - Rose Redinger and L isa Vanator on his face. l smile at their lockers. 5 - Tracy Hoeffer looks relieved 5 3 - Eighth graders Nicole Johnson that typing class is over. land Shelly Wilhelm work on draw- 1 I Closingfl5l al .4 ,121 W ,, 1 if N Q ,Zf2i'f5V-J.": ,, 7 V "'i. T ' f YW r f' ,, M . , , " ' ' - H" J2wrK3, H ...W WV-1 . Y if, , Q .M "W:W"t' P "" " ,,,, 'F ' A wwf' .u,. . -,., M ,,,,, V ' f , K L.. ,7.,, .Vu E V I My M, ., ""' M y W ' 1. , z,,..,.,,.,-M , N,,,, , ,W X 5 . ARGOS WILL ALWAY BE U DER C N TRUCTION l52f Closing BU LDING TH BEST IT CAN -4 0 3


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