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

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fv s J iw 1 n R' Q- G sn ii S Q E K P 7 CONTENTS OPENING ........... .... 1 SENIORS ..... 17 FEATURES .... .... 3 3 ACADEMICS ..... .... 4 5 ALBUM ....... . 65 SPORTS ............. .... 8 7 ORGANIZATIONS .. 107 ADS .... 117 INDEX 142 CLOSING ..... 145 -Q N150 'I' 2 X OPENING IT'S THE SMALL THINGS . . , Upper Right - Sam Mahler ls practicing climb- ing fences to get in shape for basic training ln the Marines. Center Left -- Blaine Cooper smiles as he goes to Senior Math - a class which will help him In college. Center Right -- Kip Bailey relaxes for a few seconds to get energy to take him through the next class. Bottom Right - Greg Amones finds a way to carry his milk and get to where he is going on his crutches. f . ,,,, V1 Sf L Q W me Q Upper Left - Gina Hollar perfects her ping pong skills in physical education class. Upper Right - Bob Lichten- berger tutors some fourth graders in math. Center Left - Several Sixth Graders congregate on the monkey bars during recess. Center Right - Karla Sny- der and Jeff 0'Dell "flex" for the camera. Lower Left - "We're in this together," think Carla Cowger, Camma Capes, and Nicole Johnson. 582 5 4. U 52 3 if i g1 . . . THAT MAKE US STRONG Many times in life, people are recog- nized because of their outstanding ac- complishments. What ls behind each per- son and his greatness? It's the small things. The small things in s person's life are built up only as far as that person wants. Some choose to pursue and achleveg others choose to explore new Ideas and do their own thing. lt takes hours of condltlonlng to develop strength to scale a fence, to endure a basketball game, or march a few miles in a parade. lt takes hours of studying to pass classes to achieve grades for the college and career of one's choice. Each hour spent is a small part of life that helps each person achieve his goals. When everything is put togeth- er and we have reached the top, we look back at the small things and realize that each one has made us strong. OPENING! 3 JM. lT'S THE ' SMALL THINGS , . . U1 IT'S THE SMALL THINGS . . . ,W ,, MM, i jg 1 1 gg!-f 5,1155 2 5 E clfgikv , ' -iw ge: ,,, r 2. f, ' 5 , 4? f ,M fi: f I' . W .. 1 ff LU MM' G n .,..4q, 'x 1 f , ,J kgs' 'is Upper Left - Shawnda Davis tries a new look. Center Left - Brian Trump takes a break from studying. Center - The Girls' Chorus performs a selection by the Supremes. Center Right - These elementary stu- dents act out Ferdinand the Bull. Lower Left - Jim Doody enjoys the sunshine. Lower Right - Theresa Miller is sur- prised by the camera. 1 WW' 5 . . .' THAT MAKE LIFE FUN lt's the small things that make life fun - playing in the band, playing a joke, dressing up or down for a special occasion, singing a song, spending time with your friends, acting out a story, or taking a break Item your reg- ular routine. f N 3 w E opemnefv MARCHING AND'S HIGHLIGHTS The Argos Marching Dragons, Poms, and Flags performed in North Webster's Mermaid Festival, their own Argos Fourth-A-Bration, and Bremen's Fire- man's Festival Parade, where they placed third. They played for the opening cere- monies at the National Rock and Gem Collector's Convention held at Notre Dame's ACC and placed first at Culver's Lakefest Parade. Their summer season ended with a second place finish at Ply- mouth's Blueberry Festival Parade. Top - The five Senior band mem- bers are Rose Redinger, Lisa Vana- tor, Sarah Manuwal, Bobbie Jo Wil- liams, and Kim Hall. Center Left -- The band performs during the Blueberry Parade. Center Right - Seniors Bobble Jo Williams and Kim Hall show off their f'cool" outfits. Below -- Pictured are the 1986-87 AHS Poms and Flags. OPENING I 9 TEAM WINS LAFAYETTE INVITATIONAL A A VARSITY SCOREBOARD We They Lafayette lnvitational 2 1 Elkhart Baptist 0 0 Evansville Day 2 l Lafayette Jeff 1 0 West Lafayette 1 0 Evansville 0 5 Bloomington 1 2 Broad Ripple 2 1 Concord 3 1 Marion 5 2 LaLuMiere 4 0 Marion Bennett 13 1 'V o '01 Top - Charley Boonkaw takes a breather. Center Left -- The team rests during half time. Center Right -- Cory Dennie gives the hall a kick. Lower Left - Tim Thompson dues a fancy step in order to steal the hall. Lower Center - Jeff 0'Dell is con- cerned about the next half of the game. Lower Rlght -- Steve Hudspeth walks back to his place. GIRLS HAVE ERMINATION ' it B-TEAM SCOREBOARD We They Culver 0 2 Triton 0 2 Glenn 1 2 TVHS 2 1 Caston 0 2 North Mlaml 1 2 Culver 0 2 0-D 0 2 CGA 0 2 CGA 0 2 LaVIlle 0 2 LaLumiere 2 1 Bremen 0 2 ,al Z y Q I W?t, yy , E ga ,1 QB? K , 6 4 iv Right - Jodi Shlvers ls ready for Row 2 - Tammy Ellls, Jodi Grossman, return. Bottom -- B-TEAM -- Row I Kathy Anagnostou, Gina Hollar, Leah Peggy Rickman, Laurie Brown, Karra Eley. u Carmen Gates, Amy Morris. ' smmwdv VARSITY SCOREBOARD Ft Wayne Lake land Culve r CGA LaVIlle Triton TVHS Canton Trinity Lakeland Nord! Miami Knox Canton Culver 0-D 2 1 CGA 1 2 l.aVllle 0 2 Lahlmle re 0 2 Bremen 0 2 Triton 0 2 Top - Karla Snyder slams the spike. Center Left -- VARSITY - Row 1 -- Coach Melinda Kohl, Jennifer McKin- ney, Cheryl Ellis, Rose Redlinger, Coa- ch Klrn Snyder. Row 2 - Jodi Shivers, Jean Martens, Melissa Lard, Tammy Ellis, Kathy Anagnostou. Row 3 - Karla Snyder, Camma Capes, Heather Burnett, and Carla Cowger. OPENING! 13 ANNUAL VARIETY SHOW IS A BIG SUCCESS X0 Top - Scott Lattlmer puts his talent of playing the drums to the test. Center Left - The High School Band en- tertains the audience with two songs. Center Right - Richard Hundt sings a solo part in a song by the Special Educa- tion students. Lower Right - Part ol' the Swing Choir do their moves to "Who Put the Bump?" Lower Left -- Shawn Thompson acts as the mother in a skit by the cheerleaders. OPENING! 15 . . . MORE VARIETY SHOW Left - The Argos Swing Choir performs "Rocky Top." Center Left -- Karla Snyder dances to the song "Nasty" by Janet Jackson. Lower Left -- The Girls' Chorus sings in "The Golden Age of Broadway." Right - Band President Sarah Manuwal an- nounces each new act. 161 OPENING 5 I s 5 ex F 3 13? H. 'Z' W Q, .14 E? ,1 QL H , W ,qil,V, ,Wuxi SEN IORS T Eg, V? ' ' 'fini ' .J A A 1 al, , , M fr' ' ,M , VW. V. 1 : 15557 4 6 A 4 I 1 '52 - . + ' W 12 ' X .JI Vg? Mx X "EW : J wanna, , , 'M Y mf- x ' N 'A 1, la ,WR- 3 1 ' Wm .. .Vgw 'HP my W. A , ,W W, w uhm' 'um Nw Si 4. ,,. ? X.. " l ff ., x V"""'.fNM' ' Y: "' 4 , wg? R wwk' ' A 'ww 'v J- ,M W' Q' J u ' 1 :gg 'UB' ' , , . all' ' f Being small gives the Seniors a chance to know each other. Top - Our togetherness is shown by Chris We Davenport, Sam Mahler, and Sally Hale. Everywhere we go there is al- ways a friendly face. Center Left - Michelle Hill is showing her friendly face. Center - After graduation, Greg Edwards hopes to keep in touch with his classmates. Some of the Se- niors just take it easy before going to college or before leavlng Argos. Cen- ter Right - Richard Eby takes a break to read a magazlneg while oth- ers, such as Kip Bailey 1Bottom Cen- terj sitting ln Senior math, prepare themselves by taking college prep courses. Still others like Susan Wll- helm find time to enjoy music and other activities in high school. 20fSENlORS CLASS OF '87 SMALL BUT MIGHTY KJ. I., - , 9 X ' -uv 5 X S s Q, -- , . 5 E . 2 11 tx 3 AM " . ,Sb 41, 2 1552. 1 5 'M ' fi E as NE '55 Y f vii? Q wr A I, N , 5 ,-14 e 1.2. If B '-1LA lf B ILA LLLL .L S . :'L' -I Upper Left - Heather Harley takes a minute to stop at her locker before her next class. Center - Bobbie Jo Wil- liams prefers her diet Coke over typing class. Right - Brent Detwiler and Chris Lee remember all the good times they have experienced at AHS. Bottom - Sarah Manu- wal poses as "The Vlv!!" sEN1oRsf21 mm, , W MH MW w 2 wif MW M. I N X. ,N Q M. ,Q -fb wc! I J M Ag I Q' iw wif Y. e,,J E x Wi 1 'fa 5 . W 'gf L , 'M K W QQQN- ,,,- 1 M lim' M ,w', A' :Y 1 ,ln -W +5 2931: X .f"DU - 4 ,.,.v WC , ' ,,, i1 V ,M V K ., Y : . at 3 , 53?-at 1. ' ,f A f , 5 V 9p,f.,rm' . mvlimw Q 7 W .Egg lg. Wi! fb X W in iff 04 Q9 My awggwlffivm A Q! 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Actress Most Persistent Most Frlendly Most Cooperative WHO HAS THE Best Smlle Nicest Hair Nlcest Eyes Best Sense of Humor Nlcest Car Best Personality Most All-Around SENIOR SURVEY Guys Bruce Sherman Sam Mahler Greg Edwards Blaine Cooper Eric McClain Tlm Thompson Richard Eby Klm Bailey Tlm Thompson Blaine Cooper Bob Llchtenberger Eric McClain Klp Bailey Tim Thompson Kip Bailey David Stults Blaine Cooper Blaine Cooper Brent Detwller and Scott Lattlmer David Stults Blaine Cooper Sam Mahler Sam Mahler Sam Mahler Greg Edwards Brent Detwller Eric McClain Tlm Thompson Blaine Cooper Blaine Cooper Kip Bailey Kip Bailey and Bob Lichtenberger Kip Bailey Richard Eby Tim Thompson Tim Thompson and Greg Edwards Greg Edwards Tim Thompson Kip Bailey Klp Bailey COLORS MOTTO Girls Rose Redlnger Rose Redlnger Kim Hall Sarah Manuwal Sarah Manuwal Klm Hall Darla Harrell and Shawnda Davis Lisa Vanator Darla Harrell Rose Redinger Susan Wilhelm and Rose Redinger Bobble Jo Williams Rose Redinger Sally Hale Rose Redinger Bobble Jo Williams Susan Wilhelm Darla Harrell Klm Hall Shawnda Davis Kim Hall Darla Harrell Darla Harrell Shawnda Davis Bobble Jo Wllllams Lisa Vanator Susan Wilhelm Kim Hall Susan Wilhelm Susan Wilhelm Bobble Jo Williams Theresa Miller Bobble Jo Williams Lisa Vanator and Kim Hall Susan Wilhelm Darla Harrell Kim Hall Bobble Jo Williams Bobble Jo Williams FLOWER Pink Llve for today. White Dream for tomorrow. and Silver Learn from yesterday. Pink Rose With Burgandy and Silver Ribbon SENIORS X 25 BRUCE ALLEN SHERMAN, Yearbook Staff 3, NHS 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Helper 1, Library Helper I, Fall Play 1, Boys' State Alternate 3. DAVID JAMES SOLOMON, Band 1: FFA 4, Variety Show 1, Spring Musical 1, Baskaetball 1. DAVID LEROY STULTS, Band ls FFA l, 2, 3, 4, NHS 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 3: 4-H l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, FCA 3, 4. TIMOTHY LEE THOMPSON, FFA 4: Pep Block 4, Student Council 1, 4-H 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. LISA MARIE VANATOR, Band l, 2, 3. 4, Pep Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Ofllce Helper 4, Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Track l, 2, Adult Committee 3, 4. SUSAN ALAYNE WILHELM, Slngin' I6 1, 2, 3, 4, HS Choir Llb. 1, 2, HS Choir 3, HS Choir Sec. 4, Yearbook Staff 1, 2, 3 - Co-Editor, 4 - Editor, FEA l, 2, SSS 1, 2, 3, SSS Pres. 4, NHS 2, NHS Sec. 3, NHS Treas. 4, Library Helper 1, 2, Teacher Helper 1, 2, Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pres., Jr. Class Sec., Sr. Class Sec., Student Council l, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Muslcal 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 8 years, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, FCA 3, 4, FCA Sec. 3, 4, Ad Sales 3, 4, Academic Spelling Team 3, 4, Hoosier Girls' State Delegate 3, Jr. Mlss Cre- ative and Performing Arts Winner 4, Jr. Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4. lr" BOBBIE JO WILLIAMS, Band 1, 2, 3: Band Vice Pres. 45 Pep Band 1, March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 3, 45 FHA lg Sunshine Society 1, 2, 33 Sun- shine Society Corresponding Secre- tary 4: Pep Block l, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Candi- date 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Queen 49 4-H 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Ad Sales 3, 4. MARK RAY SHUFELT, FFA 1, 2. Not Shown: JAMES K. DOODY, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Kitchen Helper 35 Library Helper 1, 2. ERIC EUGENE McCLAlN, Yearbook Staff 43 Boys' Intramurals 3, 4: Pep Block 45 Variety Show 2, 3, 45 Home- coming Escort 3, 4: Soccer 1, 43 Bas- ketball lg Golf lg Boys' Track l. HOMECOMING '86 Center Left - Bobbie Jo Williams and Eric McClain. Center -- Scott Lattlmer. Lower Left - Team. Center Right - Captain Kip Bailey gives Queen Bobble Jo a kiss. SENIORS I 27 SE IOR REMIN SCE lchose the theme "lt's the Small Things" for the yearbook this year for many reasons. First of all, take a look at the Senior class and at the school and even at the town of Ar- gos - all are pretty small. But be- ing small has its advantages such as being able to know everybody, at least by name. Through the years, my class has shared many experiences. We started kindergarten in the fall of 1974 with 39 kids. Over the years, our class size increased to a total of 57 students ln the sixth grade. On these two pages, l have tried to include as many pictures as pos- sible of the pictures taken of us while we were growing up. l am sure everyone remembers taking a milk break, having three recesses, playing on the monkey bars, and standing in line - alphabetically! But as time went on, we acquired new and more responsibilities and learned new things. l remember looking up at the "high school" kids and thinking how much older they all seemed and how l couldn't wait to be a senior. Well, we made it. And as l look at the underclass- men now, especially the elemen- tary students, l cannot believe we used to be so little. l went through my old yearbooks and past class lists and found that through all the years we had as many as 57 students and as few as 31. Fifteen Seniors have been at Argos since kindergarten - for 13 yearsl Now as our final year comes to a close, many of us have plans to fol- low. Some will go to college: oth' ers, to the mllltaryg stlll others will just go off and make their fortunes. But all in all, when we see each other on the streets or meet at class reunions, we will remember all of the tlmes we spent together and catch up on what has happened since we have left Argos High School. So to the Class of 1987, as you all reminisce about your school days, remember the lessons you've learned, the friends you knew, and especially the best of tlmesl - Susan Wilhelm Editor Lower Left - Shawnda Davis and David Solomon take a mllk break. Lower Right - Tonya Leverlch holds her Ragedy Ann doll In first grade. Upper Left - Chris Howard. Center Left - Bobbie .lo Williams. Center -- Sam Mahler. Center Right - Fifth Grade Band. Middle Left - Davld Solomon, Chris Lee, Blaine Cooper, David Stults. Mlddle - Susan Wilhelm, Kim Hall, Chris Davenport. Mlddle Right - Richard Eby, Kip Bailey. Lower Left - Kim Hall, Chris Dav- enport, JoAnn Vermillion lRexJ Theresa Miller. Lower Center -- David Stults Scott Lattimer, Tim Thompson Blaine Cooper. Lower Right - Rose Redinger, Shawnda Davis. Lower Right -- Sarah Manuwal. l rrr ,W , ARGDS BRIBUIS Zi 1 f l .- .D 'haul 'Wm J 1 3 f" "' ,MQ I . .G 4, 4,4 xl' 5 Q Yep A - Q -5,1 '-an , -.Ap . ww asm-: -w 1 , 9. ,V 'M , , ' I 4 . n , 'ul , .5 2.25, Q -'am 1 . 'Gm wa? I u K 5 , 7" 'J X 1 l, , MEMBERS OF THE COURT . . Upper Left - Senior Kim Hall is shown wlth Greg Edwards as her es- cort. Upper Right - Sophomore Angie Becker is pictured wlth escort Eric Barlow. Lower Left - Sophomore Susan Welch and her escort Billy Johnson smile for the photographer. Lower Middle - Freshman Carmen Gates and escort Cory Dennle are ready to enjoy the second half of the game. Lower Right - Freshman Laurie Brown and her escort Troy Dunlap en- joy the excitement of homecoming. My in s xi. 7 . K A4 L 'H JA SENlORS!31 On Wednesday, November 26, 1986, Argos held its Homecoming. This year, Senior Bob- ble Jo Williams was crowned as the Home- coming Queen. Junior Jodi Shlvers was the First Runner-Up and Junior Karla Snyder was the Second Runner-Up. Bobbie Jo was crowned by the 1985 queen Christy Becker and presented with a trophy, roses, and a kiss by Team Captain Kip Bailey. After the cere- mony, the Queen and her court cheered on the Argos Dragons' basketball team. The Dragons were victorious over the Westville Black- hawks 61-60. Upper Right - Chrissy Davenport introduces each candidate and announces the winners. Center Right - Bobble Jo Williams gets a hug from former Queen Christy Becker. Lower Left - The crowd cheers for the Argos Dragons. Lower Right - Senior Kip Bailey gets a re- bound. -QU' Me, A ,M W My NVVV .,,,, , BOBBIE JO WILLIAMS IS CROWNED 32!SENlORS FEATURES The Sunshine Society held its annual sweetheart dance on Saturday, February 20, from 8 until ll p.m. The music was pro- vided by U93 from South Bend. Upper Right - Couples enjoy a slow song. X Center - Tausha Hissong, Stacy Shirk, and Melissa Kline lseatedl served punch and cook- ies to the couples. Lower Left - Lisa A chelle Thomas, and share a secret or two e night. Lower Right - Riv- ers talks to Angle 1 Teri Harley, Richard Eby, Cooper. 341 FEATURES JUST YOU AND I Upper Left - Cory Dennle, Lee Leffert, Sonny Personette, John Dietl, and Damon Leichty have a laugh. , Center Left - Chris McLaughlin and Brice Hensley dance to the music. Lower Left - Lisa Overmyer and John Vanator spend a mo- ment together. Center Right - Kim Hall, Troy Heisler, Kip Bailey, and Dana Hall sit this dance out. The time is the present. The setting is at a Pajama Factory. The workers want a 7Mc raise! The bosses are against it! Thus begins the spring musical presented by the Music Department. The main characters include Vernon Hines lGreg Edwardsj, efficiency expert and the story teller. He lives by the clock and times the number of stitches which go into every pair of P.J.'s. The factory president - Halsar QWes Nellansl - flaunts his authority while his second-in-command - Prez lShawn Thompson! - chases every girl he sees. They hire Sid Soro- kin fBlaine Cooperj to supervise production but, unfortunately, he falls in love with the chairperson of the Unlon's grievance committee, Babe Wil- liams fNicoIe Johnsonj. Babe and Sid later get into a fight because of a potential strike by the workers. The boss's secretary Gladys llrleather Burnett, attracts lots of attention as she performs at the Union rally to the song "Steamheat." When Babe encourages a slow-down in production at the pajama factory, she is fired by Sid. A Union picnic brings them togeth- er again, and the workers receive their 7V2c raise after all. Upper Right - Brenda fCheryl Ellisj expresses how she feels about the new superintendent. Center Right - "The Pajama Game" - the 1987 musical. Lower Right - Prez lShawn Thompsonl tells the plans to Mae Uodl Shiversl, Joe Qlllchard Ebyl, and Brenda fCheryl Elllsl. Lower Left - Gladys fHeather Burnettl, James Lancaster, and Lee Leffert provide entertainment at the Union rally by singing "Steam Heat." Center - Sid Sorokin 1Blaine Cooperj serenades Babe Willilams QNicole Johnsonj. Center Left - Hines 1Greg Edwards! and Mabel fSusan Wilhelmj sing "l'll Never Be Jealous Again." Ar... . 4. Fa " 'qw 2 v Zim L .,... h L W We is 1' .i t Upper Left - Gladys QHeather Bur- nett! and Sid lBlaine Cooper! do the "tango" during the song "Hernando's Hideaway." Upper Right - Mae lJodl Shlvers! says ". .. her name is Miss Williams ..." referring to the Grievance Committee fNicole Johnson!. James Lancaster has been shoved by the superintendent, and the Grievance Committee is mak- ing her report. Center Left - The factory workers fGirIs' Chorus! sew the pajamas while racing with the clock. Lower Left - "No rootbeer for me ..." says Mabel fSusan Wilhelm! as Poopsie fTeri Harley! asks for a dollar in order to attend the Union picnic. Center Right - Pop fEric Barlow! dis- cusses the stamp album with Sid QBlaine Cooper!. THE PAJAMA GME FEATURES I 37 5 x 1 E y f s H TOGETHER THESE RE THE BEST OF TIMES The 1987 Prom was hosted by the Junlor class and Plymouth Country Club on May 9. Before the Prom a formal dinner served at 7 p.m. The dance lasted from The music was provided by the band Illegal Proc was held at Quick's Lanes from 1 a.m. to 4 a m T After Prom and provided refreshments for the Upper Right - Chad Johnson and Jodi Shlvers cuddle to the music performed by Illegal Procedure. Center Right - This is one dance at which all of the couples partlclpated in dancing. Lower Left - Kim Crow, Lisa Alderfer, and Lora Alderfer served punch, sherbet, and cake at the dance. Lower Right - Charlie Redlnger and Do- dle Bailey take a break between dances. 381 FEATURES X3 f .nge Upper Left - The students are enjoy- ing their meal before the dance. Upper Right - Shawnda Davls and Mi- chelle Hill share secrets during a dance with their dates Dan Lowry and Jerry Chlzum. Center Left - Tammy Ellis is repair- ing Richard Eby's cummerbund. Center Right - Teri Harley and Greg Edwards pose while David Stults takes their photo. Lower Left - The dance floor remains packed during the entire prom. 1987 JR-SR PROM AWARDS lnstrumental Dlrector's Award, Senlor Presldent's Academic Fitness Award, D.A.R.Good zenship Award, Natlonal Honor Soclety Award, Honor Roll award, 4-Year 1005 High Scholar, Purdue University Scholarship Young Farmers Scholarship, Josten's Hall - Typing ll Award, FEA Nellie Newhouse arship: Shawnda Davis - Manuwal - John Phillip Sousa Award Office Assistant: Susan Wilhelm - Spanish National Honor Society Award, American Leglon zenshlp Award, Volunteer Flremen Muslc Award, 1005 Honor Roll Award tor Award: Theresa Miller - Horticulture flce Assistant, National Honor Society Award Nellie Newhouse Scholarship. Row 2 - Blaine - Choral Dlrector's Award, Amerlcan Legion Award, Presldent's Academlc Fitness Award, Honor Society Award, 4-Year 1005 Honor Roll University Scholarship, Pearson Scholarship: wards - Presldent's Academic Fitness Award, al Honor Society Award, lndlana State Jaycees Scholarship: Tim Thompson - J.0 Scholarship: Bruce Sherman - National Honor ety Award, 1005 Honor Roll Award, o Scholarship, lst Source Bank Scholarship. B w Dave Stults - Vo-Ag Award, National Honor Award, Manchester College Scholarship, J.0. son Scholarship, Green-Walnut Young Farmers arship, Volunteer Flremen Scholarship: Bob berger - Ball State Scholarship, FEA Nellie Scholarship: Kip Bailey - American Leglon ship Award, Manchester College Scholarship: Detwller - Ag Mechanic Award. Center - Row 1 - Tammy Ellis - 1005 Lisa Overmyer - Music Clinic Award, Chemistry Award, Academic Girls' State, 1005 Honor Roll: Dawn Assistant: Amy Sechrlst - Perfect Norman - 1005 Honor Roll. Row 2 - Library Assistant: Kathy Award, 1005 Honor Roll: Jennifer Trump - Honor Roll: Lisa Mlller - Typing I Award. Row Shawn Thompson - Academic Letter State, 1005 Honor Roll: Matt Krom Award, Biology Award, 1005 Honor Roll Leichty - Algebra I Award, 1005 Honor Roll. - Kirk Bailey - Art ll Award, 1005 Eller - Boys' State: Tlm Norman Bottom - Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin Pearson are shown Blaine Cooper, the recipient of the Pearson ship. Not Shown - Nlcole Johnson - F.H.A. Girls' State. Llsa Patton - French Award, 1005 Roll. Chrls Davenport - Office lege Scholarship. Heather Burnett - Art - a brary Asslstants Sally Hale, Darl Harrell, Stevens, Doug Harshbarger, Shelly Helnzman, Peggy Johnson, Johanna Assistants - Jaime Mullaney, Michelle Dambrauskas, Kim Crow. 1005 Honor Nellans, Jeff Thompson, Chad Johnson. 401 FEATURES I 1 ii' Y X 'K- J m f. 4 f 456' 15 1 'li llx K ag Zi Mg tx if: W p K l tkek 1. Upper Left - Left to Right - Dave Stults - All Sports Award, Athletic Blanket, Soccer Defense Award. Bob Llchtenberger - MVP in Track, All Sports Award. Klp Bailey - All Sports Award, Athletic Blanket, MVP ln Basketball. Tlm Thompson - All Sports Award, Dragon Award in Basketball. Lette- Picture 2 - Left to Right - Kirk Bailey - Track Captaln. Members of the 400 Relay Team that broke the school record at 46:6 - Bob Lichtenberger, Joey Stone, Mike Mechllng, Steve l-ludspeth. Left -- Picture 3 - Left to Right - Rose Re- dinger -- American Legion Sportsmanship Award. Tlm Thompson - American Legion Sportsmanship Award. Bobble Jo Williams - American Legion Sportsmanship Award - Cheerleading. Bottom Left - Left to Right - Rose Redlnger - Volleyball Captain. Laura Brown - JV Vol- leyball Top Server. Karla Snyder - Track Cap- tain. Peggy Rickman - Cross Country. Jodi Sllivers - Varsity Volleyball Top Server. Upper Right - Kip Bailey - J.0 Thompson Outstanding Senior Athlete Award. Center Right - Left to Right - Jeff O'DelI - MVP ln Soccer, All Conference In Soccer. Karla Snyder - MVP in Volleyball. FEATURES I 41 On May 31, 1987, people gath- ered to watch as the 10lst class went through its commencement exercises. The ceremony began at 2:30 p.m. The entire class particl- pated in the Senior Ensemble sing- ing "Just for Today." Farewell addresses were given by Kip Bailey, Blaine Cooper, Rose Redinger, Shawnda Davis, and Su- san Wilhelm. Upper Left - The Seniors are getting ready for their big moment. Upper Right - Mr. Lichtenberger announces the Seniors who received honors. Center Left -- Salutatorian Blaine Cooper and Valedic- torian Rose Redinger begin the walk down the aisle. Center Right - The Senior Ensemble sings "Just for To- day." Lower Left - Susan Wilhelm and Klp Bailey get their step together. Lower Right - The Class of '87 waits as everyone gets into place. 42 I FEATURES N , , O Left Follow THE CLASS OF 1987 LIVE FOR TODAY LEARN FROM YESTERDAY DREAM FOR TOMORROW FEATURES I 43 FF .NWARDSi2 ANQUETQS The annual Future Farmers of America Awards Banquet was held on Thursday, May 7, 1987, in the high school cafeteria. Seventy-eight people attended the ban- quet. The speaker was Donna Berry who is the State FFA Southern Region Vice President. She gave an Inspirational talk on becoming involved in FFA. The pur- pose of the banquet was to recognize members for their activities ln FFA. Upper Left - Brent Detwiler conducts the opening ceremonies for the annual FFA Awards Banquet. Upper Right - Sam Mahler stands by the District Il FFA exhibit for their contest. Center - Lee Leffert relaxes after being installed as the new FFA treasurer. Lower Left - Kerry Eller takes part in the officer Installation. Lower Right - FFA Advisor Rick Hutch- inson presents David Stults with the Star Chapter Farmer Award. 44 X FEATURES 'F' I f "' , 5 i Q- ACADEMICS Upper Right - Charlie Redinger takes time to smile, because he just finished his program in the Computer Programming class. "Soon computers will take over the world. If you don't know how to run them, you'll never get a job." - Charlie Re- dinger Center Right - Lee Becker, a junior in the Building Trades program at Culver, cuts a 2" x 4" piece of wood for the house being constructed. Harry Johnson carefully works with an electric sander on his shop project. CRE TE EW DIMENSIONS OPPOSITE PAGE - Top - Jeff O'DeIl edges closer to completion of his shop project while using the jigsaw. OPPOSITE PAGE - Center - Bob Lich- tenberger types a lengthy program into the computer. "What, syntax error?" - Bob Lichtenberger. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Right - Safe- ty-conscious Craig Davis proudly models 461 ACADEMICS his protective eyeglasses which are a ne- cessity when worklng In the shop or with any hazardous equipment. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Left - Pres- ton Edwards studies the shop manual for an upcoming quiz which Includes Identifi- cation of the specific tools that are used in the 8th grade shop class. STUDENTS PLAN THEIR FUTURE BY ACQUIRING PRACTICAL SKILLS W Q V M? X N...u... Li ACADEMICS! 47 GOURMET FOODS BRING SPICE TO LIFE IN HOME ECONOMICS Q' . . E? ,-X 'im S+ . ' Ymvexyf U. - - :tee 48 X ACADEMICS sw ff' Wy, fi? f we Hmmm Upper Left - Senior Klm Hall smiles as she awaits the lesson on consumer eco- nomics in Home Economics class. Center Left - Dav-id Stults hopes for the best as he puts his cookies Into the oven. Closing the door begins an endless perlod of eager anticipation as the cookies bake. He can hardly walt to taste them. . it O l Above - Louise Lauderback lis- tens attentlvely as she thinks about what type of article to sew In the 8th Grade Home Economics class. COLORS OF THE RAINBOW IN ART OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - Angie Becker mixes the colors to form the per- fect shade of yellow so she can finish her watercolor painting in art class. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Right - Bruce Johnson consults Steve Wilhelm about the picture he Is drawing for his art assignment, "Hold the ruler still, Steve!" OPPOSITE PAGE - Center Left - NI- cole Johnson begins to form a master- piece from a lifeless lump of clay as the potter's wheel spins. OPPOSITE PAGE - Center Right - The- resa Miller and Peggy Rickman express their Ideas for their project on paper. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Right -- Ju- niors Heather Burnett and Camma Capes observe as their latch hook rug designs begin to take shape as they insert the pieces ACADEMICS 149 OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - Jodi Shlvers reads the required Alas, Babylon, a book written in the 50's about a family's struggle to survive after a thermonuclear Waf. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Right - Cheryl Ellis reviews her reading assign- ment in preparation for the upcoming quiz. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Left - ln- stead of reading Alas, Babylon during class, Warren Schultz finds enjoyment in a Lou- is L'amour novel about the old West - the men who lived by the gun and died by the gun. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Right - Da mon Leichty llstens closely as Mrs. Mille tells the freshmen English class about ad jective, adverb, and noun clauses. PARLEZ VOUS FRANCAIS OU ESPNBNOL OU ANGLAIS9 E HABLA UD ESPANOL, FRANCES, 0 INGLES? Below - Camma Capes smiles in s Spanish l class upon learning that the class is having an educational Spanish video about the lifestyles of the Spanish people. lniiq pn ily it an ,Ynvmfs 50 X ACADEMICS Center Right -- Llsa Patton concentrates as she takes a test ln French lll. "Au Revoir, Lisa." Lower Right - Greg Edwards enjoys French class because Mr. Levi not only teaches the students the grammatical correctness of French, but he also allows the students to enjoy the language in an occasional game of Jeopardy or Scrabble. img We STUDENTS BREAK THE LANGUAGE BARRIER BY LEARNING FRENCH 5, 13 fl? N Z5 I X 3 VIEQQQLM9 'M A is .Q-mx , N B NB A OR SPANISH AND INCREASE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF THEIR OWN LANGUAGE - ENGLISH ACADEMICS X51 SOCIAL STUDIES STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT WORLD AROUND THEM HEALTH 8: P.E. STUDENTS INCREASE KNOWLEDGE OF THEMSELVES 521 ACADEMICS Q.. .. ,K If "1 N--A--,..N..L,W if ., IM .... . Cf, . . .,, .... . 7 , his L,,.. .. XFX ., ' " 1- PM X 2 Y K R " ww. SMS Y g - " -' -' I-A A ww... 3 ,,f' al? OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - Mark Mclntlre can stlll smile after just hearing that he will be expected to know all the bones and muscles in the human body for health class. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Right - Car- men Gates takes careful alm at the Bull's Eye at the archery target while Laurie Brown gets ready to shoot. OPPOSITE PAGE - Center Left - Cory Dennle takes a fullback kick after the ball was kicked out of bounds by an opposing player during the soccer game in P.E. class. OPPOSITE PAGE - Center Right - Gina Hollar and Leah Eley find time to have an Interesting conversation whlle retrieving their arrows. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Rlght - Ker- ry Harshbarger and Amy Kline demon- strate for their 8th Grade flrst-ald class the proper procedures for bandaglng a person's Injured eyes. GO L: TO IMPROVE THE FUTURE W Upper Left - Sarah Manuwal and Tammy Savage find something amusing about their World History class. "Smiling makes people thlnk that you're up to something!" Lower Left - Davld Stults takes notes In Government class. Below - Kelly Butler checks to see If she completed her assign- ment as she opens her U.S. History book. ACADEMICS X 53 ke, Above - Jaime Mullaney listens attentively to Mr. Couch as he pre- sents the new material ln Algebra I. Upper Right - Kirk Balley works dill- gently on his Algebra II asslgnment which Included logarlthms. Center Right - Amy Morris, Tonl Far- Iow, and Laurie Brown listen and for- mulate thelr own ideas about the prob- lem being explained. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - Charlie Redlnger measures the exact amount of lead nitrate on the balance which is precise to the + or - .01 gram. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Center - I wa-.0 Jeanne Martens uses the wash bottle to rinse out her test tubes. No cheml- cals should remaln in the test tubes from past experiments, or the residue could affect the results. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Right - Blaine Cooper appears to be enjoying the demonstration on electricity ln physics class. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Left - Scott Lattlmer writes his data pertain- ing to a physics experiment on the chalkboard. The class must Interpret the data to flnlsh the lab report. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Center - Cheryl Ellls carefully places two drops of a certain chemical into the test tube. The chemical is not dangerous or Cheryl would have her goggles over her eyes. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Right - Tanya Troyer Increases her knowledge of general science. 5 M5 t.-wwe "Na, Maasadf LOGARITI-IMS CHALLENGE ALGEBRA ll STUDENTS STORY PROBLEMS CHALLENGE EVERYONE 541 ACADEMICS T SCIENCE INCREASES KNOWLEDGE OF WORLD AROUND US F ACADEMICS!55 H1610 ,,, .1-, S 5 I Z' f ., JOURNALISM BUILDS STUDENTS' WRITING ABILITIES A .nu THE DRAGON'S ROAR INCLUDES "HAPPY ADS" 56 I ACADEMICS fx X2 Upper Left - Mrs. Miller consults Blaine Cooper, editor of the school newspaper, concerning some current toplcs suitable for the newspaper. Center Left - Amy Sechrist smiles dur- lng typing class. STUDENTS FOR W LL Above - Mark Shufelt apprehenslvely thinks about a test in business math class. "She can't be serious." STREET BUSINESS CURRICULUM PREPARES OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - Wiley Powell fixes a typographical error In typ- Ing. "How am I supposed to type with a broken finger?" OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Right - Chris Davenport exuberantly smiles because of P W? her excellent grade on a paper she got back from her unit on automated account- Ing procedures. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Left - A seri- ous Iook appears upon Sally I'Iale's face as she faces her assignment In accounting. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Right - Carla Cowger types rapidly as she races the clock. Her nerves are tense, and she will be startled to hear Mrs. Weaver say, "Stop." ACADEMICS I 57 OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - Anna Bartosik kicks back and reads a book while listening to her radio that is playing one of"RATT's" many tapes. OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Right - Rose Redinger takes a break while studying in the library. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Right - Tim Thompson cannot be torn away from the exciting book that he is reading to smile for the camera. OPPOSITE PAGE - Lower Left - Mrs. Edwards reads with Michelle Watkins and Shannon Lower. I STUDENTS FIND THE TIME TOO RELAX, HOPE, A D E JOY LIFE Below - Matt Shufelt locates his art supplies. 581 ACADEMICS ?Q . Upper Right - Chris Lacher shows his school spirit and enthusiasm toward the basketball team. Lower Right - Amy Morris enjoys a book and a humorous conversation in the ll- brary. ea-W ,, 'K T S ld 7 N Q S C C , ,N M "ANNA, TURN THE -Q., RADIO UP HIGHER. THE NEXT ROOM CAN'T HEAR THE MUSIC." ACADEMICS X 59 Top - HIGH SCHOOL BAND - Left to Right - Row l - Michelle Thomas, Les- lie Shankle, Pam Davenport, Carla Cowger, Chris Thomas, Wes Nellans, Shawn Thompson, Sarah Manuwal, Aaron Jernstrom, Marty Martin. Row 2 - Bryan Hall, Lee Leffert, Doug Stevens, Kirk Nellans, Brian Reece, Lisa Vanator, Rose Redlnger, Brooks Rhodes, Chris Butler, Sandy Burroughs - Direc- tor. Row 3 - Doug Harshbarger, Bill Barbour, John Vanator, Rob Martin, Dawn Miller, Lisa Overmyer, Jodi Grossman, Kelly 60! ACADEMICS Hanley, Jaime Mullaney, Gina Lavanway. Row 4 - Karra Thompson, Carmen Gates, Laurie Brown, Leah Eley, Kim Hall, Bobbie Jo Williams, Nikki Helnzman, Tra- cy Dickson, Shelly Wilhelm, Anna Barto- slk. Center - JUNIOR HIGH BAND - Row 1 - Sandra Burroughs -- Director, Eliza- beth Romlg, Lucinda Rhodes, Tausha His- song, Erica Hensley, Lisa Pesak, Donna Overmyer, Jennifer Bostwick, Karyn Gor- don, Sarah Schlaback, Nicole Krom. Row 2 - Kyrl Bailey, Gayla Stults, Gret- chan Thompson, Amy Kline, Linda Bal- linger, Erin Flory, Stephanie Wood, Heather Clemons, Lori Lard, Kerry Harsh- barber. Row 3 - Chris O'Dell, Tlm Detwller, Ja- son Thompson, Jason Hill, Dannl Over- myer, Stacey Newman, Michelle Vanator, Christopher Long. Row 4 - Rich Vela, Richard Miller, Bruce Johnson, Greg Becker, Phil Middaugh, Aaron Foster, Cal Quimby, Doug An- drews, Anthony Anagostou. I BASIC INSTRUMENTAL BAND SKILLS ARE STARTED I 5th GRADE 991 A2605 Below - Shawn Thompson is a Ju- nior trumpet player ln the Hlgh School Band ' 'S 3 K ki s ww.: '6 ,X Center - SIXTH GRADE BAND - Left to Right - Row l - Amee Van Der Weele, Jenni- fer Umbaugh, Michelle Zolman, Amy Eley, Carrie Brown, Dawn Martin. Row 2 - Andy Nlfong, Jeremiah Snead, Cara Hutchinson, Ben Tolson, Duane Crum, Trevor Hlnderer, Londa Davenport. Lower Left - Carla Cowger smiles as she thinks about playing her saxa- phone. ACADEMlCS!61 Above - Kelly Hanley warms up her clarinet for the basketball game. Upper Right - Mrs. Burroughs listens to Andy Nifong as he plays his saxophone in the 6th Grade Band. Center Right - JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR -- Left to Right - Row 1 - Claudia Campbell, Stacey Shirk, Melissa Kllne, Preston Ed- wards, Jason Thompson, Gayla Stults, Louise Louderback, Kyrl Bailey, Amy Kllne. Row 2 - Dianna DeVault, Melanie McClain, Shella Ketcham, Peggy Hensley, Kim Har- rington, Aimee Foster, Donna Overmyer, Kris Capes, Karyn Gordon, Leslie Leffert, Lu- cinda Rhodes. Row 3 - Sherry Carter, Michelle Smith, Dana Alderfer, Kathy Hlbner, Julia Hill, Mari- anne Kllne, Wendy Barbour, Jenny Martens, Heather Culp, Tamar Troyer, Gretchen Thompson. Row 4 - Russell Marchand, Jeremy Smith, Steve Dietl, Cory Thompson, Mike Curry, Stephanie Wood, Heather Clemons, Kerry Harshbarger, Lori Lard. Row 5 - Eric Reid, Scott Hammel, Ronald Stockberger, Leon Wolford, Jeremy Smith, Mike Blxel, Todd Kline. MUSIC WARMS THE HEART, am. .FV- V ff, 7 AND MUSIC UNITES THE WORLD 62 f ACADEMICS OPPOSITE PAGE - Upper Left - GIRLS' CHORUS - Left to Right - Row l - Cheryl Ellis, Johanna Hoeffer, Theresa Miller, Susan Wilhelm, Jodi Shlvers, Jennifer McKin- ney. Row 2 - Kathy Anagnostou, Nicole John- son, Veronica Dambrauskas, Teri Harley Peggy Rlckman, Melissa Lard, Heather' Burnett, Camma Capes. Row 3 - Shelley Wilhelm, Amy Morris Kellie Hanley, Deanna Cooper, Kath Brock, Michelle Marchand, Denlse Coo per, Leslie Lappln. mm Upper Right - Doug Harshbarger and Doug Stevens, both trumpet players and great friends, enjoy high school band. Center Left - Mr. and Mrs. Brock en- joy watching the Variety Show. Lower Right - Terri Harley and The- resa Miller perform in the Girls' Chorus in one of many acts in the Vari- ety Show. '13, K V 2 Q -me l lx at 'UVM , ' at k E .l 5 S VV X ,,, 'af f K B All .iw X 556. 'ksfnfl Lower Left - Lisa Overmyer enjoys playing the drum set for the High School Band. - "each piece of music brings with it numerous challenges." ACADEMlCS!63 ,W 5 Upper Left - Jennifer Trump gives a demonstrative speech on the types of flags used by the Flags - a marching group that accompanies the Marching Band. Upper Right - Bill Brady demon- strates the procedures for lifting weights during Sophomore speech class. 'fl xxx FAQ J Center Left - David Stults has a thought-provoking idea to share with the Advanced Speech Class. Center Right - Tammy Ellis shows the speech class the techniques of playing volleyball whlle Teri Harley holds the chart. Lower Right - Elementary students display their coordination and love of togetherness. 64 X ACADEMICS EVERYD Y DCCURREN CES 5 Z gm R H PEOPLE H 66 I PEOPLE Kirk Bailey Anna Bartoslk Lee Becker Charles Boonkaw William Brady Heather Burnett Kelly Butler Camma Capes Carla Cowger Bob Curtis Craig Davis Paul Dletl Kerry Eller Cheryl Ellis Tony Houin Aaron Jernstrom Nlcole Johnson Peggy Johnson Ken Kimble Dean Kolar Melissa Lard Jean Martens Mike Mechllng Wesley Nellans Kellle Nolin Jeff O'Dell Lisa Overmyer Lisa Patton Charlie Redlnger Warren Schultz Shawn Thompson Brian Trump Shelly Wilhelm Leslie Shankle Odle Shepard Rlchard Shldler Jodi Shlvers Wendy Smith Karla Snyder Stephanie Summers Clndy Sumey Mlke Susits Tony Thompson JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Jean Martens, Treasurerg Jodi Shlvers, Presldentg Lisa Overmyer, Secre- tary: Roger Murphy, Vice Presl- dent. Roger Murphy works on the frame of a house In Building Trades Class at Culver. Mike Mechllng works diligently on an art drawing. PEOPLE X 67 ! asfrlaorua Lisa Alderfer Lora Alderfer Kathy Anagnostou Rocky Ballinger Bill Barbour Eric Barlow Angela Becker Chrls Butler Hazel Campbell Esther Castleman Kim Crow Tracy Crow Veronica Dambrauskas Pam Davenport Melissa Depoy Tracy Dickson John Dletl Tammy Ellls Terri Gardner Todd Feldman Teri Harley Doug Harshbarger Johanna Hoefier Steve Hudspeth Bllly Johnson Brian Johnson Chad Johnson Matt Krom Gina La Vanway Marty Martin Mark Mclntlre Jennifer McKinney Chris McLaughlin Ted Middleton Llsa Miller M . mg. .w..,,,,, P. :,,, 3 1 ,i::,A Z l W. Q , .. g .M ., fs 1:14I":-e:-IE'E2:.Z5 Amy Newman Chad Overmyer Wiley Powell Peggy Rickman Lori Rosebaum Rich Rospopo Tammy Savage Amy Sechrlst Sandra Shipley Scott Shlrk Todd Shorter Shelley Slngrey Doug Stevens Joey Stone Michelle Thomas Jeff Thompson Tanya Troyer Debbie Trump Jennifer Tnrmp John Vanator Tammy Vlres Klm Walters Susan Welch Lori Weston Nlck Wood Amela Zaraua Tim Zolman Kim Crow collects atten- dance slips during Sixth Hour classes. SOPHOMORE CLASS OF- FICERS - Shelley Slngrey, Treasurer: Eric Barlow, President: Tammy Ellis, Secretary. Not Shown - Chris McLaughlin, Vice President. PEOPLE! 69 NC 9, kfaifxfyakgli 7 if E, A 88: KW' of ik ,Q i g 70lPEOPLE Cassaundra Bash Kathy Brock Laurie Brown Jackie Clemons Deanna Cooper Denise Cooper Travis Denney Cory Dennie Brian Dille Troy Dunlap Leah Eley Mike Fall Jamie Flory Carrie Gardner Carmen Gates Jodi Grossman Bryan Hall Kelly Hanley Nicole Heinzman Brice Hensley Troy Hlbner Gina Hollar Richard Hundt Rob Hurford Harry Johnson Chris Lacher James Lancaster Lesll Lappln Lee Leffert Damon Lelchty Michael Leverich Abby Manuwal Michelle Marchand Rob Martin Scottie McCaIvin ww 5 Dawn Miller Amy Morris Jaime Mullaney Kirk Nellans Roxle Noftsger Keith Norman Sarah Norman Tim Norman Bill Paterson Sonny Personette Brian Reece Brooks Rhodes James Ryan Chris Shaw Michael Sherman Mike Smith Randy Stutler Chris Thomas Karra Thompson Jeffery Umbaugh Jennifer VanGieson Gary Williams The Freshmen boys play soccer during P.E. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS - Brian Dillie, President: Tim Nor man, Vlce President: Laurie Brown Secretaryg Keith Norman, Treasur er. Gary Williams concentrates on fin ishing his work In drafting class. -9' PEOPLE!71 T' Greg Becker Jennifer Bostwick Kris Capes Mlke Cowger Mike Curry Tim Detwller Diana De Vault Steve Dletl Presly Edwards Aaron Foster Aimee Foster Karyn Gordon Kim Harrington Jeremy Hartle Mark Hartog Erica Hensley Peggy Hensley Tausha Hissong Cory Hollar Greg Hollar Bruce Johnson Melissa Kline Nikki Krom Louise Lauderback Sherry Lowry Russell Marchand Phil Mlddaugh Mark Miller Richard Miller Chris O'Dell Donna Overmyer Lisa Pesak Cal Quimby Sarah Schlabach Stacy Shirk Jeremy Smith Tracy Smith Debra Stahl Andy Stone Otis Thacker Corey Thompson Jason Thompson David Trump Todd Van Der Wheele Nicole Van Dusen Andy Vires Tommy Warren Brad Watkins Stephen Wilhelm Leon Wolford Steve Wilhelm practices CPR ln First Aid class. Tim Detwller, Bruce Johnson, and Andy Stone study a drawing ln art class. 72 f PEOPLE 5 ,V ,vm A 4 a n , X mf Qi: Matt Smith Michelle Smith Ron Stockberger Gayla Stults Gretchan Thompson Tamar Troyer Michelle Vanator Michelle Watkins Chad Wright Stephanie Wood Dana Alderfer Tony Anagnostou Doug Andrews Kyri Bailey April Baker Linda Ballinger Wendy Barbour Mike Blxel Claudia Campbell Sherry Carter Heather Clemons Heather Culp David Curtis Jeffery Dunlap Steve Dunn Jamie Fee Erln Flory Christopher Ganshorn David Goodrich Scott Hammel Greg Harrington Kerry Harshbarger Jamie Hartman Kathy Hlbner Jason Hill Julia Hill Amy Kline Marianne Kline Lori Lard Chris Long Shannan Lower Jennifer Martens Melanie McClain Tommy Mitchell Charles Murphy Stacy Newman Jacob Noftsger Dan Overmyer Eric Reid Lucinda Rhodes Elizabeth Romlg Jeremy Roose PEOPLE X73 . . . 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BUS DRIVERS - Row 1 - Mary Shidler, Leah Johnson, Paulette Detwller. Row 2 - Den- nis Bailey, Duretta Yo- quelet, Dave Stults, Rich- ard Davenport falso Transportation Coordina- torj. PEOPLE X 81 ..,. M 3, 5 11 5 W Wil 5 Q xg Nfl : 5 .-f.-.L- : -.-.-. si , : ::15f, Jon Alcorn, Mathematics and Computers Carol Arnett, Elementary P.E. Julie Awald, Health and P.E. Beverly Barrett, Grade 3 Suzanne Belcher, Speech and Hear- ing Therapist fCheryl Bright, Grade 3 Tami Brock, Vocal Music Barbara Brown, Grade 1 Sandra Burroughs, Instrumental Music Deborah Calhoun, Grade 3 Ginger Calhoun, Social Studies Michelle Cook, Teacher Aide Eugene Cooper, Sclence Dan Couch, Mathematics and Science Lori Cox, Rediness Boyd Davis, Health and P.E. Wilma Doll, Aide Jackie Edwards, Aide Kelsey Flynn, Teacher Aide Mary Gates, LDXEMR Teacher - Elementary Mary Pat Glaub, General and Vocal Music Valerie Harley, Grade 1 Edith Hastings, Jr. Hi, MlfMH Julie Harner, Jr-Sr High School EMRXLD Teacher Phoebe Helshman, Speech and En- gllsh Tami Henderson, Kindergarten Chris Hulse, Kindergarten Charles Hutchinson, Vocational Agriculture Barbara Johnson, Grade 2 George Karlger, Grade 5 Devon Kitch, Jr. Hl. Mathematics Rockle Levi, Foreign Languages Diane Lyons, Jr. HI. TMR Teacher Edward E. Mlller, Jr., Art Kay Miller, Grade 2 821 PEOPLE ,X wwvnsf wk' 'W , Linda Weaver, Business Philip Weybright, Health and Social Studies James Wysong, Social Studies -.--. ' M xr 4 V, , H .-.-.. : Nancy Miller, English Joan Monteleone, Aide Judith Morris, Grade 4 Dorthy Nellans, Grade 4 Mark Neukam, Industrial Arts Charles Redinger, Jr. Hi. Science Wanneta Reichert, English Carol Schmidlapp, Vocational Home Economics Brenda Sherk, Jr. Hi. Reading and English Sonya Shlvers, Teachers Aide Marsha Smith, Remedial Teacher Renee Sneary, Aide Eugene Snyder, Health and Social Studies Kim Snyder, Grade 6 Peggy Tate, Hearing Impaired Carol Thompson, Teacher Clerk Lois Trump, Grade 2 Tim Van Duyne, Grade 6 Portia Wampler, Grade 1 Eileen Washburn, Grade 5 Aide I PEOPLE! 83 - - M 5 ...,,,.W , . E Qgeew ' ' Sffs :VW-X5't W , ,.,. 1-:f:..:.if:,,,., md W1 James A. Lichtenberger, Principal, Junior-Senior High School. B.S. ln Edu- cation, Valparaiso Unl- versity, M.S., Ball State. Administration, Purdue. Daniel Miller, Guidance Director. B.S. Manchester College. M.S., Ball State University. Eugene Lee Snyder, Ath- letic Director. B.S., Man- chester College. M.A., St. Francis. Darlene Van Der Weele. School Nurse. Ronald A. Leichty, Ele- me ntary School Princi- pal. Mr. Leichty joined us last fall. He re- ceived a B.S. ln Elementary Education from Goshen Col- lege, an M.S. in Administration from Indiana State Universi- ty, and an E.d.S. in Administra- 84 I PEOPLE tion from Indiana State University. He is married to Sharon J. Leichty who is a R.N. and a housewife. They have three children -- Laura, a sophomore at Ball State University who is majoring in elementary edu- cationg Damon, a freshman at Ar- gosg and Heather, a fifth grader at Argos. Mr. Lelchty has taught for ten years in Grades 3, 4, 5, and 6 at the North Newton School Corporation. He ,served as principal for three years at Waveland Elementary School, Waveland, Indiana. He also served as principal for three years at Mentone Elementary Junior High School, Mentone, indiana. Quin ne.-:Si -...QM AJ IJ ks 5' R, i . s x - iT NSU? 'MFA Wu' Q9 mv. v,... Q Left -- Joy Hall, Secre- tary Right - Sheila Shlvers, Treasurer Left - Lois Edmonds, Of- fice Clerk - High School Right - Jean Redinger, Office Clerk - High School Left - Jane Mechling, Li- brary Aide Right - Marilyn Shlrk, Office Clerk - Elemen- tary PEOPLE X85 William E. Rohl, Superintendent of Argos Community Schools. BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES - Left to Right - Lawrence Houln, Secretary: Alice Morrill, Member: Jerry Gates, Presi- dentg Kay Lattlmer, Vice President: Tracy Rowe, Member. N 86 I PEOPLE W VZ VARSITY BASKETB LL Upper Right - The Argos Dragons are mentally preparing for the game. Center Right - Coach Weybright gives the team a pep talk. Lower Center - Kip Bailey plays a tower- ing defense. Lower Right - Scott Lattlmer out-re- bounds the visiting player. Center Left - Bob Llchtenberger jumps a little higher than the other guy. 881 SPORTS COACH WEYBRIGHT RESIGNS Phil Weybright resigned this year after being head basketball coach for 14 years. He coached the Argos Dragons to five Bl- County and four sectional titles. During the 1978-79 season, he coached the Drag- ons to regional and semlstate crowns. He coached three consecutive undefeated seasons and compiled a total of 76 regu- lar-season wins that is the state record. Upper Left - David Stults is ready for the rebound. Center Left - The Pep Block wishes good luck to the freethrow shooter. Lower Left - Chad Johnson goes up for a bucket. Center Right - Tim Thompson guards all sides. Lower Right - Richard Eby ls in for the Argos Dragons. Alla: ' x f 7 M.. ' s SPORTS ! 89 , ag 54 1- f fzvv . -M?" Q gf f N 'iqsk W nl." If Z E ,f,,.s+ Nova Aww -K .fs , QS? . ,Q K' f Q fb- 5 , ,sl , 'Ei' 5 Q' 3 it i "Wu JMU f 9,-4. Quinlan-sq. B'5f'T I in Sr' 9505? fb! Mus 535 Q 33- 8 alll, KES!! 3 3 Uhfg E2 I CMA Westville Knox Jimiown Oregon Davis Culver 14-Way! Glenn 14-Way! TV!-iS LaCrosse Castan VARSITY SCOREBOARD Bremen QB!-County! We 39 61 50 43 43 65 51 54 70 62 46 They 42 60 38 41 64 62 64 '14 52 75 58 Laville Wash. Twp. Triton Culver N. Mi mi Glenn Bremen Marian Laville I-Sect.j Glenn They 41 Q 64 54 49 51 52 56 41 48 SPORTS!9l Upper Left - Charlie Boonkaw makes a lay-up. Upper Right - Brian Trump scores a bas- ket. Center - JUNIOR VARSITY - Left to Right - Row 1 - Manager Bill Barbour, Ted Middleton, Tim Norman, Cory Den- nie, Brian Trump, Scott Shirk, Manager Kirk Nellans. Row 2 - Coach Boyd Davis, Steve Hud- speth, Nick Wood, Eric Barlow, Brian Dille, Damon Leichty, Kerry Eiler, Manag- er Tony Houin. Lower Left - On a fast break, Argos scores two. Lower Right - Chad Johnson shoots his flare shot. They CMA Westville Knox Jimtown Oregon Davis Glenn I4 Way! TVHS LaCrosse Castor: Bremen l.aViIle Wss!xg.'!'wp. A Triton V ' ' Cukver N. Miami Glenn Bremen Marlin 41 48 JV SCOREBOARD We 32 27 37 25 39 35 V 29 L 31 36 37 Culver f4'Wayl 35 34 - 19 40 45 48 38 31 37 25 50 45 38 47 41 28 38 57 61 56 25 24 44 59 37 46 92 fsvoms JV - 10-9 Center - FRESHMEN - Left to Right - Row I - Sonny Personnette, Lee Leffert, Troy Dunlap, Rob Hurford, Chris Shaw, Jeff Umbaugh. Row 2 - Coach Mark Neukam, Mike Sherman, Rob- ert Martin, Bryan Hall, Keith Norman, Chris Thom- as, Brooks Rhodes, Manager Kirk Nellans. Upper Left - Rob Hurford shoots a free throw. Upper Right - The defense gets their hands up. Lower Left - Damon Leichty takes a charity throw. Lower Right - The team has a pep talk during the game. FRESHME BASKETB LL SPORTS I 93 JULIE AWALD IS NEW COACH Top - VARSITY - Left to Right - Row 1 - Manager Kellie Nolin, Coach Julie Awald, Manager Dawn Miller. Row 2 - Karla Snyder, Rose Re- dinger, Jeanne Martens. Row 3 - Gina Hollar, Jennifer McKin- ney, Melissa Lard, Cheryl Ellis, Jodi Shivers. Center Right - JUNIOR VARSITY - Left to Right - Row 1 - Manager Kellie Nolin, Nicole Johnson, Leslie Shankle, Manager Dawn Miller. Row 2 - Tammy Ellis, Carmen Gates, Kelly Hanley, Karra Thompson, Nikki Heinzmann, Coach Julie Awald. Lower Left - Kelly Hanley shoots for a free throw. Bottom Center - Karra Thompson calls a play. Bottom Right - Karla Snyder tosses a basket. 941 SPORTS Q SS wwf g W 'T",x Ulg ' si- Us pug ' , 4' 1 , sw: t P at x V' A V- -V W-, , :Ww,,,M.4-105' ,55 ,hy 3 W ,-N my Ay 'Q N... '-'C of 4 Qs W Top - Cheryl Ellis stops midstep for a pass. Center Left - Melissa Lard plays defen- sive guard. Lower Left - Jodi Shlvers is ready for the rebound. Center Right - Rose Redinger rests dur- ing the game. Lower Right - Jennifer McKinney shoots for two points. 5 as " GIRLS ENJOY SEASON GIRLS' VARSITY SCOREBOARD W2 They Triton I 30 53 Culver- 25 46 Lakeland 26 33 LaLumiere 23 34 North Miami 16 61 Plymouth 27 61 Castor! 16 63 Culver 33 56 TVHS 31 55 Marian 26 47 Caston 12 46 CGA 21 61 Oregon Davis 23 53 Bremen 19 92 l.aVille ll 65 Laville lSectJ 17 16 1 l 1 JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD We They I Triton ll 12 Culver 14 24 . North Miami 13 26 Plymouth 19 39 TVHS 21 24 I Caston ll 38 ' CGA 30 I6 Oregon Davis 17 31 ' Bremen 27 46 X Knox 18 45 I tw LaVilI 16 35 or 2 I "-'-'-vw-W W- Q.. .1 SPORTS!95 P R . ,Rt 1 SCOREBOARD South Bend Riley we T599 Marian I 5 North Miami 3 8 Northwood -- DH 2 3 Northwood 6 7 Lalumtere 2 9 Lovins 5 9 Rochester -- DH 0 10 Rochester 2 12 Bremen - DH 1 ll Bremen 2 18 Culver 7 19 S f ' Canton 7 3 4-Way Tourney 14 4 Triton South Bend Riley 4 8 John Glenn 5 12 c.M,A. U 10 Jtmtown 11 10 South Bend Adams 2 3 Tippecanoe Valley -- DH 2 9 Tippecanoe Valley 19 16 Sectional I 4 Lhvllle Bremen 6 0 0 15 Upper Right - VARSITY BASEBALL - Left to Right - Row l - Tlm Thompson, Ted Middle- ton, Chad Johnson, Joey Stone, Chris Shaw, Bobby Curtis. Row 2 - Coach Jeff Ewing, David Stults, Kip Bailey, Bob Lichtenberger, Damon Leichty, Scott Shlrk, Coach Boyd Davis. Center Left - Tim Thompson concentrates on his next pitch. Center Right - Bobby Curtis prepares to hit the ball. Bottom - Kip Bailey makes the catch even with his eyes closed. 96 I SPORTS 3 . ' n F-gf' 'M' I R Lyjg . 1, Lugz-wo,-ounow K , 2 . ,Q f, iv" ff LB 5 or-o ot, L 4 . of t BASEB LL TE M SPORTS NEW U IFORMS Upper Left - David Stults is up to bat. Upper Right - Chad Johnson scoops up a grounder. Center Left - Chad Johnson, Joey Stone, and Scott Shlrk break from a hard inning. Center Right - Damon Leichty throws the ball to the pitcher. Lower Left - Bob Llchtenberger side- catches the ball. some SPORTS! 97 , V Y QL CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD Peggy Rlckman Triton CGA Rensselaer Invitational Plymouth --' CGA, New Pralrleelnvitatlonal S.B.Rlley -- CGA L Culver Invitational Marshall County Invitational Manchester Invitational Lewis Cass - CGA S.B. St. Joseph-Concord -- CGA Wlnamac Invitational Sectional --' Loganaport Regional -- Manchester a 21th of 185 2nd g 9th of 97 157 I ff. 2nd oiw52' 4th of 28 10th of 183 lst 3rd lst of 22 'ith of 70 36th of i22 The tbest meter distance Ewan 15:24 In ,wamnage the Wlnamac Invitational. lk Top - Karla Snyder ls up .. . and over the hurdle. Center Left - Shelly Slngrey is in the starting block. Center Right - GIRLS' TRACK TEAM - Left to Right - Row l - Tammy Savage, Deanna Cooper, Denlse Cooper, Jeanne Martens. Row 2 - Coach Julie Awald, Shelley Sln- grey, Peggy Rickman, Tammy Ellls, Cheryl Ellis, Manager Dawn Miller. Not Shown - Karla Snyder. Lower Right -- Peggy Rickman warms up 981 SPORTS for her Cross Country run. Lower Left - Tammy Savage hands the relay stick to Tammy Ellls. 5 X. x ' Y . or X I .f A ' G Y ' fi - -' "Wa ' - I -- V Q" . . e' X A H A j -, Q , E, A L, e. -1 .ew f --,' 5 'L A sv-Sgr A! YQ QVM5 gy yjrCU5 ,, :Nw is sy i A A fr 'nr 7 mf' 1' - P X 3 , . Q,t 5 ,. r be , ' " K 1 1 Q , K I 'V . K L 5, , ,,,. ., Q - Q- t Q Qs. - -fag" N 451, 1 1. . N x, efsddqil in ' v .. ': .' Axim, V E X ARG S, s s x R + v a I g fn 5 Q - s 1 9903 5' 998 5 Y S S 5V N'f ' f 13' :"" XX - S i P 'fs 5 ..: . : - ' .. ,, "'L gp 4. G ,1Q, I 5 3 -E L - -' 5 an Upper Left - Bob Llchtenberger shows his winning form In the hurdles. Upper Right - Jeanne Martens winds up . . . and throws the shotput. y center Left - Bovs' TRACK TEAM - 55, , 'f ' g A " Left to Rlght - Row 1 - John Vanator, f'L"f James Lancaster, Cory Dennle, Matt .. ng?-4-Q' L H " ' Krom, Brian Trump. 4 M A "'f - A g g Row 2 - Chris Butler, Charlie Redinger, jIifA,f 1. 'V I Mlke Mechllng, Steve Hudspeth, Chris Zfyjl-1 i"fqff' l '-if V j V, 4 A McLaughlin, Mike Sherman. Tflflff J, Row 3 - Coach Mark Neukam, Bill Brady, 5,53 bi f 1 gi g Bob Llchtenberger, Paul Dletl, Kirk Bai- zv, V ley, Mark Mclntlre, Craig Davis. ge Q,Q,,.,,,Qf,,LQ Center Left - Kirk Bailey warms up for S may V ,nf one of his record-breaking throws. He ll, -Q N gf gaZliwlwW"t's'1':i broke the shotput record with a throw of sw 5074". He broke the discus record wlth a throw of 128'1". Lower Left - Steve Hudspeth ls getting ready to cross the finish. He is a member of the 400 Relay Team that broke the school record with 46:6. The other mem- bers are Bob Llchtenberger, Joey Stone, and Mike Mechllng. VARSITY BOYS TRACK e Bremen Triton Caston Culver Knox Oregon Davis John Glenn LaLumiere VARSITY GIRLS' TRACK C Lahlmiere John Glenn Caston Culver Trinity . Knox C.G.A. Oregon Davis They They VARSITY TRACK SPORTS I 99 X 7 Q , ':Vv-v i , , A A5A V ' '2. . mwgfmf vgii l 5 M gif C Kyfv . "3" J' . -K 'Y XA Upper Left - FRESHMEN CHEERLEAD- ERS - Clockwlse - Jaime Mullaney, Jodi Grossman, Abbey Manuwal, Lesli Lappin. Upper Right - EIGHTH GRADE CHEER- LEADERS - Top - Nicole Krom. Bottom - Melissa Kline, Jennifer Bostwick, Stacy Shlrk. Lower Left - SEVENTH GRADE CHEER- LEADERS - Clockwise - Dana Al- derfer, Stephanie Wood, Gayla Stults, Gretchen Thompson. WE' E GOT THE BE T! SPORTSXIOI sea 1, .r JD as pw, piss, xBG0.r gran, S J ff . sr my X yt ,v quo, ,asus 5 ""' . 1 si o f gyRGo,5- 5 I ' ':'q: I Q ,xnxx we .- Xf s ,- X s .. X w was 5 . , . - 1.-, . . wa .. f 1 Q K --Q . x., .. In-Sv A . I I- IAA- 1 ' A..- 1... s . so ff ., ' X , ' - L' K .., .. i-- ky 1 -W ...S ' f I fu' fxf , -1? . . S. ' I , ' . ' I -5,133 R - ' 2.515 5 ZH.. I . S1 iq' EWR Upper Left - JUNIOR HIGH SOCCER - Left to Rlght - Row 1 - Ron Stockberger, Jason Thompson, Jeremy Hartle, Andy Stone, Preston Edwards. Rich Miller, Bruce Johnson. Row 2 - Greg Becker, Steve Wilhelm. Phil Mlddaugh. Tony Anagnostou. Row 3 - Coach Jon Alcorn, Mlke Blxel, Cory Hollar. Greg Hollar, Todd Van Der Welle, David Trump. Mike Curry, Dan Overmyer. Upper Rlght - JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' TRACK - Left to Rlght - Row l - Stephanie Wood, Kerry Harshbarger, Gayla Stults, Wendy Barbour, Julia Hill. Row 2 - Kyrl Bailey. Gretchan Thompson, Amy Kline, Tracy Smith. Jennifer Martens. Center Left - JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' TRACK - Lelt to Right - Row 1 - Preston Edwards, Ron Stockberger, Andy Stone. Row 2 - Corey Thompson, Brandon Hurd, Davld Trump, Aaron Foster. Center Right - STH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL - Left to Right - Row l - Andy Stone, Phil Mlddaugh. Steve Wllhelm, Presley Edwards, Richard Mlller, Jer- emy Hartle, Bruce Johnson. Row 2 - Calvert Quimby, Cory Hollar, Todd Van Der Weele, Greg Hollar. Davld Trump, Mlke Curry, Jason Thompson. Manager Greg Becker. Lower Right - 7TH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL - Left to Right - Row l - Aaron Foster, Jason Hill, Tony Anagnostou, Tommy Mltchell. Row 2 - Danni Overmyer, Mlke Blxel, Ron Stock- berger. Manager Greg Becker. Conch Don 0'DeIl not shown. 102 I SPORTS If ' l f 4 "' T ' 4 , if I-nz f 'K ., , A . we f K f 2 Q ,,i ,., A ,V we 'H 11 rf ,YLB05 ,vU30s 'I ,Wllsi I 1 'WMI If ' fn 4 f VW 'J 5-: I W V 2 1 ., mf.. A J ... - QVI I I A R ,, 9 W' Hfiffilf "' FW f ' A ,..- V, I ' ' , I' V ' Vw 47 Y I ' WJ Lf S A99 Al I LW . E V, , , , .,, ' 1 A . GW ,ws was- J 'jg ,gag I C I A W 'W' A ' Z, L FA A mr ' .. '- . J. I ' M, l Top - 8TH GRADE GIRLS' VOLLEY- BALL - Left to Right - Nicole Krom, Kris Capes, Melissa Kline, Coach Julie Awald, Jennle Bostwlck, Sarah Schla- bach, Donna Overmyer, Stacy Shlrk. Second Picture - 8TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKETBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Stacy Shirk, Melissa Kline, Karyn Gor- don, Nlcole Krom. Row 2 - Manager Krls Capes, Tracy Smith, Sarah Schlabach, Jennie Bostwlck, Donna Overmyer, Leslie Leffert, Coach Julie Awald. Third Picture - 7TH GRADE GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL - Left to Right - Row I - Gayla Stults, Michele Vanator, Steph- anle Wood, Dana Alderfer, Lorl Lard, Ker- ry Harshbarger, Wendy Barbour, Julie Hill. Row 2 - Amy Kline, Kyrl Bailey, Sherry Carter, Lucinda Rhodes, Marianne Kline, Gretchen Thompson, Michelle Smith, Jennifer Martens, Coach Julie Awald. Bottom - 7TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKET- BALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Kathy Hlbner, Dana Alderfer, Stephanie Wood, Kerry Harshbarger, Lori Lard, Wendy Bar- bour, Julla Hlll. Row 2 - Gayla Stults, Amy Kline, Kyrl Balley, Jennifer Martens, Marianne Kline, Gretchen Thompson, Laucinda Rhodes, April Baker, Coach Julle Awald. Corey Thompson ls running the 1600 me- ter race. ' E V Q ' ff W df J if , if f r W .' ph" 1 S 'G ' N' X "'1x'f',' T ' 55' 4- ,.,,.. , ,, 1 ,.S,, L .... la gf ,,,,, JU IOR HIGH SPORTS SPORTS I 103 V I a , . ,M X' LAX Jr A-. Q-i'? I 1 Y mv ws Emma' K K Wi A I X Bi 3, , iz E , ' i 1 X i+x x xg Ex if R 4 af' L, , Lf X.. ' . Sine N ' sg ' ' ' U X ,': - --CZ? Q A 5 1 , ffaff' -- 1 Q ' : - 0 f 01. f X ,v J . 5 an M W Qw I litff K . " 'ff -Q +4 S 2 5 Top - 6TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL - Row l - Carrie Heckaman, Londa Dav- enport, Melissa Shaw, Amy Eley, Angie Westafer. Row 2 - Dawn Martin, Stephanie Martin, Tommi Quimby, Carrie Brown, Michelle Zolman, Jenny Umbaugh, Amee Van Der Weele, Haley Hipskind. Center - 6th GRADE GIRLS' BASKET- BALL -Row 1 - Melissa Shaw, Londa Davenport, Michelle Zolman, Amy Eley, Casle Bishop. Row 2 - Dawn Martin, Jennifer Um- baugh, Carrie Brown, Amee Van Der Weele, Stephanie Martin. Bottom - 5TH GRADE GIRLS' BASKET- BALL - Row 1 -- Tina Quimby, Heather Leichty, Christa McGrath, Traci Kline. Row 2 - Amy Vlres, Jennifer Milliser, Marie Hulse. SPORTS I 105 Upper Rlght - VARSITY GOLF - Left to Right - Row 1 - Klrk Nel- Ians, Bill Barbour, Chris Thomas, Doug Harshbarger. Row 2 - Chad Overmyer, Mike Su- slts, Jeff O'Dell, Jeff Thompson, Doug Stevens. Center Right - JUNIOR HIGH GOLF - Left to Right - Row 1 - Doug Andrews, Bruce Johnson, Jer- emy Hartle, Phil Mlddaugh, Steve Wilhelm, Jason Thompson. Row 2 - Chris O'Dell, Greg Hollar, Todd Van Der Weele, Mike Curry. Lower Left - Jeff O'Dell has grace and style. Lower Right - Jeff Thompson has a good follow through. GOLF YOUNG TEAM KEEPS IMPROVING 106 fsvonrs -WM .ggmpi 5, Z ORGANIZATIONS iffy liz! Top - YEARBOOK STAFF - Left to Right - Row 1 - Shawnda Da- vis, Bobbie Jo Williams, Darla Har- rell, Chris Davenport, Theresa Miller, Susan Wilhelm, Lisa Over- myer, Bob Lichtenberger. Row 2 - Lisa Vanator, Johanna Hoeffer, Cheryl Ellis, Karla Snyder, Kellie 1081 ORGANIZATIONS '566 90045535 , Blsrfraui. , -. . f CHAMPS : All x Nolin, Rose Redinger, Linda Weaver - Sponsor. Center Left - STUDENT COUNCIL - Row 1 - David Stults, Karla Snyder, Blaine Cooper, Kirk Bailey. Row 2 - Chris Davenport, Charlie Redinger. Row 3 - Steve Hud- speth, Tammy Savage, Rich Ro- spopo. Row 4 - Carmen Gates, Jodi Grossman, Rob Hurford. Row 5 - Stacy Shirk, Todd Van Der Weele, Preston Edwards. Row 6 - Gayla Stults, Julia Hill, Jason Hill. Center Right - AD SALES TEAMS - Row 1 - Darla Harrell, Chris Davenport. Row 2 - Johanna Hoeffer, Susan Wilhelm. Row 3 - Bobble Jo Williams, Shawnda Da- vis. Row 4 - Lisa Overmyer, Cheryl Ellis, Karla Snyder. Row 5 - Theresa Miller. I Q 19-'W l YEARBOOK STAFF STUDENT COUNCIL 3 1 Top - SUNSHINE SOCIETY - Left to Right - Row 1 - Julie Hamer - Sponsor, Kim Hall, Shawnda Davis, Bobble Jo Williams, Sarah Manuwal, Michelle Hill, Darla Harrell, Susan Wil- helm, Rose Redinger, Theresa Miller. Row 2 - Wilma Doll - Sponsor, Amy Sechrist, Jodl Shlvers, Melissa Lard, Shelly Wilhelm, Cheryl Ellis, Jeanne Martins, Heather Burnett, Karla Sny- der. Row 3 - Carmen Gates, Gina Hollar, Karra Thompson, Jennifer McKinney, Jodi Grossman, Veronica Dambraus- kas, Johanna Hoeffer, Angle Becker, Debbie Trump, Teri Harley, Tammy Ellis. . Row 4 - Wendy Smith, Stephanie Summers, Nicole Heinzman, Jaime Mullaney, Kim Walters, Kelly Hanley, Laurie Brown, Amy Morris, Abby Manuwal, Leah Eley. Row 5 - Roxie Noftsger, Cindy Sumy, Melissa Depoy, Tracy Dickson, Lori Weston, Shelley Slngrey, Tammy Sav- age, Susan Welch, Any Newman. Row 6 - Leslie Shankle, Sandy Ship- ley, Hazel Campbell, Lori Rosebaum, Anna Bartoslk, Tammy Vlres, Terrl Gardner. Center Left - FCA - Row l - Greg Edwards, Bob Lichtenberger, Susan Wilhelm, Rose Redinger. Row 2 - Cheryl Ellis, Tammy Ellis, Jodi Gross- man, Veronica Dambrauskas, David Stults. Row 3 - Marty Martin, Peggy Rickman, Kathy Anagnostou. Center Right - Freshman Jodi Gross- man ls dressed for the annual SSS ini- tiation. SUN SHI SOCIETY FCA ORGANIZATIONS! 109 I Q W- ' Hi if Six ,ja ? HELPERS: KITCHEN LIBRARY OFFICE 1 101 ORGANIZATIONS Top - KITCHEN HELPERS - Row I - Stephanie Summers, Gina Lavanway, Tra- cy Crow, Chrls Lacher, Karla Snyder, Lisa Patton, Sarah Manuwal. Row 2 - Hazel Campbell, Chrls Butler, Rob Martin, Jeff Umbaugh, Marty Martln. Center - LIBRARY HELPERS - Row I - Doug Stevens, Leslle Shankle, Anna Bartoslk, Shelly Wllhelrn, Darla Harrell, Matt Krom. Row 2 - Johanna Hoeffer, Jodi Gross- man, Linda Ryan, Nikki Helnzmann, Doug Harshbarger. Bottom - OFFICE HELPERS - Row 1 - Darla Harrell, Chrls Davenport, Michelle Hill, Theresa Mlller, Llsa Vanator. Row 2 - Kim Crow, Jaime Mullaney, Ve- ronica Dambrauskas, Kelly Nolln, Dawn Miller. 4? ki I? I Q 5 Top - NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Row 1 - Left to Right - Vice Presldent Blaine Cooper, Secretary Cheryl Ellis, President Greg Edwards, Treasurer, Su- san Wilhelm. Row 2 - Theresa Miller, Rose Redlnger, Bruce Sherman, David Stults. Row 3 - Dean Kolar, Llsa Overmyer, Lisa Patton, Klrk Bailey, Shawn Thompson. Center - INTRAMURALS - Row 1 - Troy Dunlap, Leah Eley, Laurie Brown, Charlie Boonkaw, Rob Hurford. Row 2 - Jeff O'DeIl, Chad Overmyer, Gary Wll- liams, Jeff Thompson, Greg Edwards. Row 3 - Wlley Powell, John Dletl, Mike Mechllng, Amy Morris, Shawn Thompson. Y? NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INTRAMURALS ORGANIZATIONS I 1 1 1 Top - SWING CHOIR - Left to Right - Karla Snyder, Sam Mahler, Jennifer McKinney, Nlcole Johnson, Greg Ed- wards, Cheryl Ellis, Heather Burnett, Lee Leffert, Shelly Wilhelm, Amy Mor- ris, James Lancaster, Susan Wilhelm, Teri Harley, Blaine Cooper, Rose Re- dinger. Center - FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - Left to Right - Row 1 - Jennifer Trump, Kathy Anagnostou, Teri Harley, Johanna Hoeffer, Rose Redinger, Nicole Johnson, Melissa Lard, Carol Schmidlapp - Sponsor. Row 2 - Heather Burnett, Camma Capes, Carla Cowger, Kim Walters, Angie Becker, Kara Thompson, Peggy 1 12 I ORGANIZATIONS Rickman, Veronica Dambrauskas, Mi- chelle Thomas, Kellie Nolin. Row 3 - Tracey Crow, Kim Crow, Llsa Alderfer, Lora Alderfer, Terri Gardner, Sandy Shipley, Tracy Dickson, Melissa DePoy, Lori Rosebaum, Amy Newman, Tammy Vires. Row 4 - Lori Weston, Esther Castle- man, Nikki Helnzmann, Leslle Lappln, Carmen Gates, Leah Eley, Laurie Brown, Deanna Cooper, Michelle Mar- chand, Denlse Cooper. Lower Right - Several FHA girls pose with their dolls which they had to care for as if they were real children during one day at school. They even had to take them to classes! totoe L , SWI G CHOIR FH FUTURE EDUCATORS FUTURE FARMERS Top - FUTURE EDUCATORS OF AMERICA - Left to Right - Row 1 - Cheryl,ElIls, Pam Davenport, Shelly Wilhelm, Anna Bartoslk, Karla Snyder, Kim Hall, Sarah Manuwal, The- resa Miller, Bob Lichtenberger. Row 2 - Michelle Thomas, Jen- nlfer Trump, Tammy Ellis, Tammy Savage, Teri Harley, Shelley Slngery, Tracy Dickson, Nikki Heinzmann, Kellie Nolln. Row 3 - Johanna Hoeffer, Ve- ronlca Dambrauskas, Peggy Rickman, Rob Martin, Lisa Overmyer, Brian Reece. Center - FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA - Row 1 - War- ren Schultz, Davld Solomon, Brent Detwiler, Sam Mahler, Jim Doody, Sonny Personette, Kerry Eller, Jaime Flory. Row 2 - Eric Barlow, Tim Thompson, Lee Leffert, Roger Murphy, Rlch Shldler, Tony Houin, Mr. Hutchinson - Sponsor. Row 3 - John Vanator, Randy Stutler, Shawnda Davis, MI- chelle Hlll, Chris Davenport, Davld Stults. Row 4 - Mike Sherman, Tim Norman, Mike Smith, Troy Hlbner, Harry Johnson, Mike Leverlch. Bottom - CULVER FFA - Row l - Vince Hoffman, Rodney Relchard. Row 2 - Rlch Doty, Jason Kru- gur, Kelly Peterson. ORGANIZATIONSXI 13 h l JR HI NHS SPELLI G TEAMS 1 14 f ORGANIZATIONS Upper Left - JUNIOR HIGH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Left to Right - Row 1 - Jason Thompson, Steve Wilhelm, Bruce Johnson, Jeremy Hartle. Row 2 - Cory Thompson, Chris O'DeIl, Greg Becker, Phil Mlddaugh. Row 3 -- Aimee Foster, Donna Overmyer, Nicole Krom, Stacey Shlrk. Melissa Kline Upper Right - HIGH SCHOOL SPELLING TEAM - Row 1 - Susan Wilhelm, Sarah Manuwal, Tim Thompson. Row 2 - Anna Bartosik, Lisa Overmyer, Shawn Thompson. Row 3 - Kim Walters, Matt Krom. Row 4 - James Ryan, Damon Lelchty. Center Right - JUNIOR HIGH SPELLING TEAM - Row 1 - Cory Thompson, Todd Van Der Weele, Eric Reid. Row 2 - Nicole Krom, Stacey Shlrk, Amy Kline, Lori Lard, Stephanie Wood. Top - FLAGS - Left to Right - Row l Camma Capes, Heather Burnett. ow 2 - Anna Bartoslk, Carla Cowger. ow 3 - Peggy Rickman, Veronica Dam- nrauskas, Michelle Thomas, Jennifer Trump. lot Shown - Pam Davenport. center - POM Poms - Row 1 - Nicole " ' Johnson, Tammy Vlres, Sandy Shipley, Angie Becker Row 2 - Susan Welch, Lori Rosebaum, Jaime Mullaney. Row 3 - Tracy Dickson, Kim Walters, Shelly Wilhelm. 1 15 X ORGANIZATIONS PEP BLOCK PEP BLOCK - Left to Right - FLOOR - Leah Eley, Bobble Jo Williams, Teri Har- ley, Kim Hall, Tammy Ellis, Jodi Shlvers, Tammy Savage, Karla Snyder, Carmen Gates, Cheryl Ellis. Row 1 - Susan Wilhelm, Sarah Manuwal, Shawnda Davis, Darla Harrell, Linda Ryan, Kip Bailey, Scott Lattimer, Greg Edwards, Bob Llchtenberger, Davld Stults, Lisa Vanator, Sam Mahler, Rose Redlnger, Theresa Miller. Row 2 - Kellie Nolln, Leslie Shankle, Jeanne Martens, Llsa Overmyer, Kim Walters, Johanna Hoeffer, Veronica Dam- brauskas, Peggy Rickman, Jennifer Trump, Tracy Dickson, Terri Gardner. Row 3 - Marty Martin, Gina Lavanway, Kelly Hanley, Glna Hollar, Jodi Gross- man, Jennlfer McKinney, Amy Morris, Laurie Brown, Nlcole Helnzmann. Row 4 - Tlm Zolman, Wiley Powell, Chad Overmyer, Ted Middleton, Cory Dennle, Joey Stone, Steve Hudspeth, Brian Trump, Chad Johnson, Nick Wood, Angle Becker. Row 5 - Stacy Newman, Claudia Camp- bell, Jennle Bostwlck, Karen Gordon, Me- lissa Kline, Stacy Shirk, Nicole Krum, Sa- rah Schlabach, Peggy Hensley, Aimee 1 16!0RGANlZATlONS Foster, Tausha Hlssong. Row 6 - Jeremy Smith, Bruce Johnson, Preston Edwards, Greg Hollar, Gretchen Thompson, Sherry Carter, Lucinda Rhodes, Stephanie Woods, Kerry Harsh- barger. Row 7 - Andy Stone, Rich Miller, Kathy Hlbner, Amy Kline, Kyrl Bailey, Dana Al- derfer, Gayla Stults. Center Right - Here are some of the cheerleaders leading a cheer at the pep session before the Plymouth Sectional. Lower Right - Tammy Savage is getting Klrk Bailey ready for the blg game - all ln fun! I 7 XX Q Z IN 7, Mhz sf kr J i ADS 'fu 33. Ib W In W lb W lb In W lb lb It In Ib W W Ib W N In Ib lu W W It In N W In lb lb lb Ib lb lb 'M lb lb lb lb N lb N 'Q V: Ib 33 lb N lb N lb lb Vo 32 Ib lb Ib it 'lo 3333333333333333333333333333333333 3333333 3 33 5 g 23333333333333333333333333333333333333 ANCO OFFICE PRODUCTS 213 North Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-3311 CATI'IY'S STYLES UNLIMITED 903 North Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-9778 Tanning Beds Available ARGOS NEWSTAND AND SUNDRIES 106 South Michigan Street Argos, IN 46501 Phone: 219 892-5612 I COLLINS 8: COMPANY Better Homes and Gardens 1435 North Michigan Street, Suite Two Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-4444 ARGOS PUBLIC LIBRARY 119 West Walnut Street Argos, IN 46501 Phone: 219 892-5818 CENTURY ANTIQUES James Manuwal 1011 West Jefferson Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-4783 B 8: M MEN'S 8z BOY'S WEAR "The Store that Saves You Money" 814 Main Street Rochester, IN 46975 Phone: 219 223-2916 COUNTRY BOOKSTORE 106 North Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-7865 DR. JEFF BADELL, D.D.S. 140 South Michigan Street Argos, IN 46501 Phone: 219 892-6451 BAILEY'S HARDWARE, INC. 712-714 Main Street Rochester, IN 46975 Phone: 219-223-2415 BILL AND JOE ADAMS CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE 326 East Jefferson Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-3556 DIMMIT AUTO WRECKING RFD 2 Argos, IN 46501 Phone: 219 892-5097 BOTTORFF CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DORTHY'S PERMANENT PLACE Dr. J.M. Bottorff Dr. John Bottorff, Jr. 315 East Jefferson Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-2965 10853 South Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 935-5021 BOWEN PRINTING, INC. EARLY LEARNERS NURSERY SCHOOL 200 South Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone: 219 936-3924 e- 656'EE'Fifi'FFEFFFFFFFEFFFFFFFFFFFFFEFEFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFKFFFEFifiifiifiififf' I 1 8 I ADS Cindy Flagg - Owner 200 Broadway Street Argos, IN 46501 Phone: 219 892-5068 333.9J.-7.43J.-73JJ!3J33JJ.-733.-7353333353JJ3J33.-733.953.-73.-73.-733.-133.-7.?J!3JJJJJ.?.-7555,98 N9 ETTINGER MACHINERY CQ., INC. 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Lindsey 81 Dr. Rob I-Ioll 3 207 Lake Avenue 1825 North Michigan Street Q Plymouth, IN 46563 Plymouth, IN 46563 N Phone: 219 936-9391 Phone: 219 936-2232 Q - - 91 KEN,S BARBER SHOP PRICE s VILLAGE VALET lg I CLEANERS 23 200 South Michigan Street Q Argos, IN 46501 1400 North Michigan Street Phone: 219 892-5758 Plymouth, IN 46563 219 935-5268 'H lb LIBERTY SOUND 81 ' PROBST AGENCY Q Z Don Anders - Realtor 1. 64719 Liberty Trail 308 East Jefferson Street W North Liberty, IN 46554 I Plymouth, IN 46501 Phone: 219-656-8996 Phone: 219 936-3498 MAYER PLUMBING, HEATING, 81 I R.J. G.M.C., INC. We ELE., INC. W ' General Maintenance 8: Clean-Up I: 841 Lincolnway Street East 9751 East 16th Road In Plymouth, IN 46563 Argos, IN 46563 lb Phone- 219 936-9911 I Phone: 219 892-6463 31' . . lb Va MILLER'S MERRY MANOR, INC. 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I . ' Cantonese, Szechaun, and American Cuisine ' ' Dine In or Carr Out I inese nd mexican Buffet S .-FLN nBfft W'E' Thurs.,ul:lri.,rSat.oEvenlln e uffet Hours: Mon: a . ll-9 un : : - : as e erson ' lmou , n ana 3 ' on : - I in a d E B n di t M nd M s A t k J M D n k tt M a Cl I Sh nda ai Da yL y a s l a i B a 0 n s I 1- an D a hHa ll 1 n . h il J , a a J n I h ps n n 3? of 'off'ififfFFFFFFFFF555655555655FFFFEE'Fiiifiifiiffffiffifiiiffif6555555665 120 f ADS .-7.-733.-7333JJJ.-7J.'73J.?5J3JJ.?J.? JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ JJJJJJ J J .?3JJi3.:? ARGOS VIDEO SHOP 114 N. Michigan Street Argos, Indiana 46501 Phone: 892-5053 Closed Sunday and Wednesday Open Other Days 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Video Rental Prices: Mon. and Thurs. -- Sl per day Tues. - S2 each or three for S5 - Keep til Thurs. Fri. - S2 each or three for S5 - keep til next day Sat. - S3 each - keep til Mon. VCR RENTAL - S5 a day or S15 a week ANNELL'S SHEAR DESIGNS 326 West Plum Street Argos, Indiana 46501 892-5365 2 5 55 5 555555 5 . 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I2l9I936-5172 Q "Sports For All Seasons" W .. , . 3 Hair Benders I is - IV Creative Styling 107 Water Street I2 I I Plymouth, Indiana Q - For Men And Women 46563 Q 219-936-9849 9, De"""-f"fv"'DaP""2 I "STICKS PICKS LICKS" Ib Hair Cutting - Perms - Coloring W Highlighting - Ear Piercing - Scalp Treatment Il: FeT'mr:,?:':,zIa:,T:a::'e1fW"' Sheef Music tx Phone 936-6399 Sales, Lessons, Complete Repair Wu ,.,.:"::'::4,3i:.,Sz::,'g.s?g.,'i:.iI,.'t'.,:":5a3 Swings, Woodwfndf Keyboard .. - - - - - - - - - In ? Hamburgers S , . Fries m nalru Onion Rings S I Queen Hot Dogs 209 NORTH MICHIGAN STREET A11 KiI1dS of PL YMOUTIL INDIANA 46563 51131495 and Sundaes lm 936-2441 1631 Jefferson Street 3 Plymouth, Indiana 46563 We SHER WIN WILLIAMS 9. Phone 936-3345 Q i l T Q - W W BHL I3 BIEGHLER, HAENES, LAPPIN 8z :I LAMBDIN CO. Q FAMILY Certified Public Accountants Q DR 1435 North Michigan, Suite 5 'Q 211 EAST GARRO Plymouth, Indiana 46563 Q Plymouth, Indiana 46563 Office - 219-936-5211 R 936-9539 Home - 219-892-5595 Q 217 North Maple I2 Frank A. Rickman, CPA :ss I iq, Fffff fffffffff Fifi fffffff FiffifffffffffiffffiFffiffifffifF6565Ei ADS!123 3 333 3 333 3333 3 3333333 3 3 A 33333333 33333 3, 3 Q. Q ORR S FLORIST 3 Rum 3 Q 936-2070 d Q 9 Q Plymouth, IN 46563 6 compan gg A Dnvasuon of M Twun Y Corporation "S V When It 'S Flowers, 52 gggglfggowesfern A eme Say It With Ours git P1ymomh,1ncicm 416563 'ca l21OJ Q36-2183 fx D I 99 MARSHALL ' JO-MAR 9' l Qt TRAVEL, INC. ' COUNTY 104133 X REMC 'f'fYiElnf' SEE Us FOR YOUR SOI E JEFFERSON . 'WOmH"N?'Q!Z3 TRA VEL NEEDS J Q C9 Phone - 936-3161 Q. cm, WOO? PHONE - 936-2002 mm Q '45 H Wi 830 Lincolnway East I K P.O. B 497 T? 1 Plymoumofn 46563 X9 QUlCK'S LANES M . 219 X936-2524 4- 'N . I x V5 in Ploneer A"fZ".LZ?f Si ' F Family Recreation at . 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ESTAT SERVICE 509 EF ERSO S EE U ET US ELF' OU O ECE OF E E CLYDE C MCCOLLOUGH HO E P O E 784 3621 O CE P O E 936-9797 FITNESS FOR UM NA UTIL US Featunn NHUKIIUS Equlpment Speclal Student Rates Free Tnal Workouts 6 Whlrlpool ci Sauna :Ts QCA Um N Zo E' ga RFQ CID E55 QE Sm Q Plmmouth IIN 46063 Phone 935 9 Btwn 1-101m MC Alan Holm RPT 56 A-l'.nnn ml: Plymouth Indiana 46563 0128 f2l9I 936 4221 A Fresh Team For Today s REECE 'i"""" EQUIPMENT 55 65 COMPANY 'EHIIII 523 East Jefferson 666 Street Plymouth Indiana 219 936 2523 46563 5 WTCA 1050 AM WNZE 94 3 FM 112 West Washington Street Plymouth Indiana 46563 219-936-4096 Community Service Broadcasters, Inc. STATE FARM 0 0 INSURANCE? 556 I 5 FRED BENNER Agent 311 East Jefferson Street Plymouth, Indiana 46563 Office 12195 936- 2556 Residence C2193 936-6474 ga? Yay 10996 North Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563 Phone 936-4731 .-is . ,ds Counted Cross Stitch .s ity! an ' Quilting and Fashion Fabric Folk Art Painting Supplies, Basketry New Home Sewing Machines, Framing 5:41 Qt- ' Inj , . . 491 svf ' IIIQIIK 'S .I rrllnbn' a My 5656 E 6 66 5 I 5 elke lorist Inc. nn IJ O s ' ,A , Flowers and Gifts Q.,i'vxF, S' 627 So Michigan sz. Phone .Jin '- ' Plymoum, Indiana 46563 219-936-3165 6665656666656665656 6 MEMBER' FT D, A F S, TEL EFLORA, FLOHAFAX 5 H z ri ' IE S I 22 Q z tgp le - lb .7 - - 2 - -. . 2512 1 'Y . . ' 531 Q 33 ' 11 W 124. ' , 2215? 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Till 1:00 4 PONTIAC K K eff'5555565555FFiiiifififiiiiffiiffffi5555555 FFF ififiiffiiiffiiiifiii Looking Forward We Had "More Fun" With The Class Of '87 F5555 if To '88 1 elsif'iiifffiiiffiffiiffi665666666655 U 9 C E. 2' ' nf 5 I 1 Ei 5 N C Q- 0 FffffiiffifffffffffffiFifi Fffffiffiiiiffiifif'5555666Fifffffffif6666E 2 3? U U5 S n-1 I5 v-A A Alderfer, Dana 62, 73, 101, 103, 116. Alderfer, Lisa Ann 34, 38 68, 112. Alderfer, Lora Sue 38, 68, 112. Anagnostou, Anthony 60, 73, 102. Anagnostou, Kathy 5, 13, 40, 62, 68, 109, 112. Andrews, Douglas 60, 73, 106. B Bailey, Kip 2, 18, 20, 27, 29, 32, 35, 40, 41, 42, 43, 88, 90, 96, 116. Bailey, Kirk 10, 40, 41, 54, 66, 90, 99, 108, 111, 116. Bailey, Kyri 60, 62, 73, 102, 103, 116. Baker, April 73, 103. Ballinger, Linda 60, 73. Ballinger, Rocky 68. Barbour, Wendy 62, 73, 102, 103. Barbour, Wllliam 60, 687, 92, 106. Barlow, Eric 31, 37, 68, 69, 92, 113. Bartoslk, Anna Marie 58, 60, 66, 109, 110, 113, 114 115. Bash, Cassaundra 70. Becker, Angela 31, 34, 49 68, 109, 112. 115, 116. Becker, 114. Greg 60, 72, 102, Becker, Lee 46, 66. 109, 113, 116. Blxel, Michael 62, 73, 102. Boonkaw, Charles 10, 11, 66, 92, 111. Bostwick, Jennifer 60, 72, 101, 103, 116. Brady, William 10, 64, 66, 99. Brock, Kathy 62, 70. Brown, Laura 13, 31, 41, 54, 60, 70, 71, 109, 111, 112, 116. Burnett, Heather 12, 13, 36, 37, 49, 62, 66, 109, 112, 115. Butler, Chris 60, 68, 99, 110. Butler, Kelly 53, 66. C Campbell, Claudia, 62, 73, 1421 INDEX 116. Campbell, Hazel 68, 109, 110. Capes, Camma 3, 13, 49, 50, 62, 66, 112, 115. Capes, Kris 62, 73, 103. Carter, Sherry 62, 73, 103, 116. Castleman, Esther 68, 112. Clemons, Heather 60, 62, 73. Clemons, Jackie 70. Cooper, Blaine 2, 10, 14, 18, 29, 34, 36, 37, 40, 42, 43, 54, 57, 90, 108, 111, 112. Cooper, Deanna 62, 70, 98, 112, 147. Cooper, Denise 62, 70, 98, 112, 147. Cowger, Carla 3, 13, 57, 60, 66, 112, 115. Cowger, Michael 72. Crow, Kim 34, 38, 68, 69, 110, 112. Crow, Tracy 68, 110, 112. Culp, Heather 62, 73. Curry, Michael 62, 72, 102, 106. Curtis, Bobby 66, 96. Curtis, David 73. - D Dambrauskas, Veronica 62, 68, 109, 110, 112, 113, 115, 116. Davenport, Christine 18, 20, 29, 32, 57, 108, 110, 113. Davenport, Pamela 60, 68, 113. Davis, Craig 46, 66, 99. Davis, Shawnda 7, 18, 28, 29, 39, 40, 43, 108, 109, 113, 116. Denney, Travis 70. Dennle, Cory 10, 11, 31, 35, 53, 70, 92, 116. Depoy, Melissa 68, 109, 112. Detwller, Brent 4, 18, 21, 40, 44, 113. Detwller, Tim 60, 72. Devault, Diana 62, 72. Dickson, Tracy 60, 68, 109, 112, 113, 115, 116, 145. Dletl, John 10, 35, 68, 111. Dletl, Paul 66, 99. Dletl, Steven 62, 72. Dllle, Brian 70, 71, 92. Doody, James 7, 27, 113. Dunlap, Jeffrey 73. Dunn, Steven 73. E Eby, Richard 18, 20, 29, 34, 36, 39, 43, 89, 146. Edwards, Greg 10, 19, 20, 31, 36, 39, 40, 50, 109, 111, 112, 116. Edwards, Preston 42, 62, 72, 102, 108, 116. Eller, Kerry 40, 44, 66, 92, 113. Eley, Leah 13, 53, 60, 70, 100, 109, 111, 112, 116. Ellis, Cheryl 13, 36, 50, 54, 62, 66, 95, 98, 100, 108, 109, 111, 112, 113, 116. Ellis, Tammy 13, 39, 40, 64, 68, 69, 94, 98, 100, 109, 113, 116. F Fall, Mike 70. Fee, Jamie 73. Feldman, Todd 68. Flory, Erin 60, 73. Flory, Jamie 70, 113. Foster, Aaron 60, 72, 102. Foster, Aimee 62, 72, 114, 116. G Ganshorn, Christopher 73. Gardner, Carrie Ann 70. Gardner, Terri 68, 109, 112, 116. Gates, Carmen 13, 31, 53, 60, 70, 94, 100, 108, 109, 112, 116. Goodrich, David 73. Gordon, Karyn 60, 62, 72, 102, 116. Grossman, Jodi 12, 13, 40, 60, 70, 101, 108, 109, 110, 116. H Hale, Sally 6, 19, 20, 57. Hall, Bryan 60, 70, 93. Hall, Kimberly 4, 9, 19, 29, 31, 35, 40, 49, 60, 100, Hammel, Scott 62, 73. Hanley, Kelly 60, 62, 70, 94, 109, 116. Harley, Heather 5, 19, 21, 43. Harley, Teri 5, 14, 34, 37, 39, 62, 63, 64, 68, 100, 109, 112, 113, 116. Harrell, Darla 6, 19, 108, 109, 110, 116. Harrington, Gregory 73. Harrington, Kim 62, 72. Harshbarger, Douglas 60, 63, 68, 106, 110. Harshbarger, Kerry 4, 53, 60, 62, 73, 102, 103, 116. Hartle, Jeremy 72, 114, 102, 106. Hartman, Jamie 73. Hartog, Mark 72. Helnzmann, Nicole 60, 70 94, 109, 110, 112, 113, 116. Hensley, Brice 35, 70. Hensley, Erica 60, 72. Hensley, Michael 19. Hensley, Peggy 62, 72, 116. Hlbner, Kathy 62, 73, 103 116. Hlbner, Troy 70, 113. Hill, Jason 60, 73, 108. Hill, Julia 62, 73, 102, 103, 108. Hill, Michelle 20, 22, 39, 43, 109, 110, 113. Hissong, Tausha 34, 60, 116. Hoeffer, Johanna 62, 68, 108, 109, 110, 112, 113, 116. Hollar, Cory 72, 102. Hollar, Glna 3, 13, 53, 70, 94, 109, 116. Hollar, Greg 72, 102, 106, 116. Houln, Tony 66, 92, 113. Howard, Christopher 22, 29. Hudspeth, Steven 10, 11, 41, 68, 92, 99, 108, 116. Hundt, Rlchard 15, 70. Hurford, Robert 70, 93, 108, 111 J Jernstrom, Aaron 60, 66. Johnson, Billy 31, 68. Johnson, Brlan 10, 68. Johnson, Bruce 49, 60, 72 102, 106, 114, 116. Johnson, Chad 10, 38, 68, 89, 92, 96, 97, 116. Johnson, Harry 46, 70, 113 Johnson, Nicole 3, 36, 37, 49, 62, 66, 94, 112, 115. Johnson, Peggy 66. K Kimbel, Kenneth 66. Kline, Melissa 34, 62, 72, 101, 103, 114, 116. Kline, Amy 53, 60, 62, 73, 102, 103, 114, 116. Kline, Marianne 62, 73, 103. Kolar, Dean 66, 111. Krom, Matthew 40, 68, 69, 110, 114, 147. Krom, Nicole 60, 72, 101, 103, 114, 116. L Lacher, Chris 58, 70, 110. Lancaster, James 36, 37, 70, 99, 112. Lappln, Lesll 62, 70, 101, 112. Lard, Lori 60, 62, 73, 103, 114. Lard, Melissa 13, 62, 66, 94, 95, 109, 112. Lattimer, Scott 15, 22, 27, 29, 43, 54, 88, 90, 116. Lauderback, Louise 49, 62, 72. Lavanway, Gina 60, 68, 110, 116. Lee, Christopher 21, 22, 29, 146. Leffert, Lee 35, 36, 37, 40, 60, 70, 93, 112, 113. Lelchty, Damon 35, 40, 50, 70, 92, 93, 96, 97, 114. Leverlch, Michael 70, 113. Leverich, Tonya 22, 28. Lichtenberger, Robert 3, 10, 22, 30, 40, 41, 46, 88, 90, 96, 97, 99, 108, 109. 113, 116. Long, Christopher 60, 73. Lower, Shannon 58, 73. Lowry, Sherry 72. M Mahler, Joy 5. Mahler, Samuel 2, 20, 23, 29, 44, 112, 113, 116. Manuwal, Abigail 70, 101, 109. Manuwal, Sarah 8, 9, 16, 21, 23, 29, 40, 53, 60, 109, 110, 113, 114, 116, 146. Marchand, Michelle 62, 70, 112. Marchand, Russell 62, 72. Martens, Jean 13, 54, 66, 67, 94, 98, 99, 109, 116. Martens, Jennifer 62, 73, 102, 103. Martin, Marty 60, 68, 109, 110. 116. Martin, Robert 60, 70, 93, 110, 113. McCalvin, Scottie 70. McClain, Eric 5, 10, 27. McClain, Melanie 62, 73. Mclntire, Mark 53, 68, 99. McKinney, Jennifer 13, 14, 62, 68, 94, 95, 109, 112, 116. McLaughlin, Chris 35, 68, 69, 99. Mechling, Michael 10, 30, 41, 66, 67, 99, 111. Middaugh, Phil 60, 72, 102, 106, 114. Middleton, Ted 10, 68, 92, 96, 116. Miller, Mark 72. Miller, Richard 60, 72, 102, 116. Miller, Dawn 40, 60, 71, 94, 98, 110. Miller, Lisa 40, 68. Miller, Theresa 7, 23, 29, 40, 49, 62, 63, 108, 109, 110, 111, 113, 116. Mitchell, Tommy 73, 102. Morris, Amy 6, 13, 54, 58, 62, 71, 109, 111, 112, 116. Mullaney, Jaime 54, 60, 71, 101, 109, 111, 112, 116. Murphy, Charles 73. Murphy, Roger 67, 113. N Nellans, Kirk 60, 71, 92, 93, 106. Nellans, Wesley 8, 60, 66, 90. Newman, Amy 69, 109, 112. Newman, Stacy 60, 73, 116. Noftsger, Jacob 73. Noftsger, Roxie 71, 109. Nolin, Kellie 66, 94, 108, 110, 112, 113, 116. Norman, Keith 10, 71, 93. Norman, Sarah 40, 71. Norman, Timothy 40, 71, 92, 113. 0 O'Dell, Christopher 60, 72, 106, 114. 0'Dell, Jeffry 3, 10, 11, 30, 41, 46, 66, 111, 106. Overmyer, Chad 69, 106, 111, 116. Overmyer, Danni 60, 73, 102. Overmyer, Donna 60, 72, 103, 114. Overmyer, Lisa 35, 40, 60, 63, 66, 67, 108, 111, 113, 114, 116. P Paterson, William 71. Patton, Lisa Kaye 50, 66, 110, 111. Personette, Sonny 10, 35, 71. 93, 113. Pesak, Lisa 60, 72. Powell, Wiley 5, 10, 57, 69, 111, 116. Q Quimby, Calvert 60, 72. R Redinger, Charles 10, 38, 46, 54, 66, 90, 99, 108. Redlnger, Rose Anne 4, 9, 12, 13, 23, 29, 40, 41, 42, 58, 60, 94, 95, 108, 109, 111, 112, 116. Reece, Brian Alan 60, 71, 113. Reid, Eric 62, 73, 114. Rhodes, Lucinda 60, 62, 73, 116. Rhodes, Brooks 60, 71, 93. Rickman, Peggy 13, 41, 49, 62, 69, 98, 109, 112, 113, 115, 116. Romig, Elizabeth 60, 73. Roose, Jeremy 73. Rosebaum, Lori 69, 109, 112, 115. Rospopo, Richard 10, 69, 108. Ryan, James 71, 114. Ryan, Linda 23, 110, 116. S Savage, Tammy Sue 6, 53, 59, 98, 100, 108, 109, 113, 116. Schlabach, Sarah 60, 72, 103, 116. Schultz, Warren 60, 66, 113. Sechrlst, Amy 40, 57, 69, 109. Shankle, Leslie 60, 67, 94, 109, 110, 116. Shaw, Christopher 71, 93, 96. Shepherd, Odis 67. Sherman, Bruce 26, 40, 111. Sherman, Mike 71, 93, 99, 113. Shidler, Richard 67, 113. Shipley, Sandra 69, 109, 112, 115. Shirk, Scott 10, 69, 92, 96, 97. Shirk, Stacy 34, 62, 72, 101, 103, 108, 114, 116. Shivers, Jodi 13, 14, 30, 36, 37, 38, 41, 50, 62, 67, 94, 95, 100, 109, 116. Shorter, Todd 69. Shufelt, Mark 27, 57, 145. Shufelt, Matt 58. Slngrey, Shelley 69, 98, 109, 113. Smith, Jeremy 62, 72, 116. Smith, Matthew 73. Smith, Michael 71, 113. Smith, Michelle 62, 73. Smith, Tracy 72. Smith, Wendy 67, 109. Snyder, Karla Sue 3, 13, 16, 30, 41, 67, 94, 98, 100 108, 109, 110, 111, 113, 116. Solomon, David 26, 28, 29, 113, 147. Stahl, Debbie 72. Stevens, Douglas 60, 63, 69, 106, 110. Stockberger, Ronald 62, 73, 102. Stone, Stone, 69, 90. Stults, 39, 40, 89, 90. Andy 72, 102, 116. Joseph 5, 10, 41, 96, 97, 116. David 10, 26,.29, 41, 44, 49, 53, 63. 96, 97, 108, 109, 111, 113, 116. Stults, Gayla 4, 60, 62, 73, 101, 102, 103, 108, 116. Stutler, Randy 71, 113. Sumey, Cindy 67, 109. Summers, Stephanie 6, 67, 109, 110. Susits, Michael Ryan 67, 106. T Thacker, Otis 72. Thomas, Christopher 60, 71, 93. 106. Thomas, Michelle 34, 60, 69, 113. 115. Thompson, Anthony 67. Thompson, Corey 62, 72, 114. Thompson, Gretchan 60, INDEX 1 143 62, 73, 101, 102, 103, 116. Thompson, Jason 60, 62, -72, 102, 106, 114. Thompson, Jeffrey 10, 69, 90, 106, 111. Thompson, Karra 13, 60, 71, 94, 109. Thompson, Shawn 8, 10, 15, 36, 40, 60, 67, 111, 114. Thompson, Timothy 10, 11, 26, 29, 40, 41, 58, 89. 90, 96, 113, 114, 147. Troyer, Tamar 62, 73. Troyer, Tanya Love 54, 69. Trump, Brian 7, 10, 67, 92, 99, 116. Trump, David 72, 102. Trump, Debora 69, 109, 145. Trump, Jennifer Lynn 40, 64, 69, 112, 113, 115, 116. U Umbaugh, Jeffrey 71, 93, 110 V Van Gieson, Jennifer 71. Vanator, John 35, 60, 69, 99, 113. Vanator, Lisa 4, 6, 9, 26, 40, 60, 108, 110, 116, 145, 146. Vanator, Michelle 60, 73, 103. Vanderweele, Todd 72, 102, 106, 108, 114. VanDusen, Nicole 72. Vermillion, JoAnn 23, 29. Vlres, Andy 72. Vlres, Tammy 69, 109, 112, 115. W Walters, Kimberly 69, 109, 112, 114, 115, 116. Warren, Tammy 72. Watkins, Brad 72. Watkins, Michelle 58, 73. Welch, Susan 31, 69, 109, 115. Weston, Lori Ann 69, 109, 112. Wilhelm, Shelly 8, 60, 62, 67, 109, 110, 112, 113, 115. Wilhelm, Steve 49, 72, 102, 106, 114. Wilhelm, Susan 4, 20, 26, 1441 INDEX 29, 36, 37, 40, 42, 62, 108, 109, 111, 112, 114, 116. Williams, Bobbie Jo 4, 9, 21, 27, 29, 30, 32, 41, 60, 100, 108, 109, 116. Williams, Gary 10, 71, 111. Wolford, Leon 62, 72. Wood, Nick 69, 92, 116. Wood, Stephanie 60, 62, 73, 101, 102, 103, 114, 116. Wright, Chad 73. Z Zarazua, Amelia 69. Zolman, Tim 69, 116. ADVERTISERS' INDEX Ancllla College, 130. Anco Office Products, 118. Annell's Shear Designs, 121. Argos Beauty Shop, 122. Argos Fire Department, 132. Argos Lumber Co., 134. Argos Medical Center, 136. Argos Newstand and Sundries, 118. Argos Pharmacy, 132. Argos Publlc Library, 118. Argos Video Shop, 121. B 81 B Men's Wear, 118. BOF Plastics, Inc., 129. Dr. Jeff Badell, D.D.S., 118. Balley's Hardware, Inc., 118. Bailey's Sales 8: Service, 129. Balloon Wurks, 126. Blegler, Haenes, Lappin 81 Co., 123. Bob's Electric, 121. Bosworth's, 128. Bottorff Chiropractic Clinic, 118. Bowen Printing, 118. Buckeye Ag-Center Inc., 136. Don Calhoun Chevrolet, 141. Cathy's Styles Unlimited, 118. Century Antiques, 118. Chl-Am-Inn, 120. Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 128. Collins 81 Company, 118. Country Bookstore, 118. Crull Ready Mix, 122. Culllgan Softwater, 118. Cyndi's Hare Designs, 126. Dairy Queen, 123. DeNelll's Pizza Junction, 121. Dimmlt Auto Wrecking, 118. Dorthy's Permanent Place, 118. Early Learner's Nursery School, 118. Ettlnger Machinery Co., 119. Ewing Amaco Food Mart, 121. Family Vision Clinic, 119. Farm Bureau Insurance, 120. Felix Real Estate Insurance, 124. Felke's Florist, 125. First Source Bank, 135. Fitness Forum, Nautilus, 125. G 81 K Anderson Construction, 119. Gingham Gallery, 125. Grandma's Kitchen, 139. Grossmans Funeral Home 121. Hair Benders, 123. Health Plus HMO, 122. Holland's Hardware, 130. Jo-Mar Travel, 124. Joy's Cozy Cafe, 122. Kline Motors, 121. Lambdln Family Drugs, 123. LaPetlt Bridal Shop, 126. Laura Ellen's Family Restaurant, 133. William Lewis Backhoe Service, 122. Liberty Sound Electronics, 119. Tim Llnvllle Motors, 124. Lobdell Emery, 135. Log House Inn, 122. Marshall County REMC, 124. Mayer Plumbing, Heating, and Electric, lnc., 119. McDonald's Studio, 141. McCollough Real Estate, 125. Millers' Merry Manor, Inc. 119. Modular Educational Programs, 122. Mogra, Inc. NuVlsion, 119. Mr. Insurance, 130. y 1 Mr. Trophy, 129. Muday's Furniture, 127. NorCen Bank, 131. Oliver Ford, 137. Orr's Florlst, 124. Ken's Barber Shop, 119. Park 'N Shop, 129. Pierson 8: Thieling 8: Co., 120. Pioneer Federal Savings 8: Loan Association, 124. PiRod, Inc., 125. Pizza Hut, 128. Pizza King, 120. Plymouth L.P. Gas Corporation, 119. Plymouth Fertilizer, 119. Plymouth Veterinary Clinic, 119. Plymouth Aviation, 123. Ponderaosa, 127. Prices Village Valet Cleaners, 119. Probst Agency, 119. Putz Chrysler Dodge, 138 Qulck's Lanes, 124. R.J. GMC Inc. Auto Sales, 119. Reese Equipment, 125. Rlstance Products, 134. Schoonover's, 121. Sherwin Williams, 123. W.E. Shipley, Locksmith, 120. State Farm Insurance, 125. State Farm Insurance, 127. The Studio, 127. Sunsatlon, 119. Teachers' Credlt Union, 138. Thermogas Company of Plymouth, 119. Town and Country Press, Inc., 127. Treat's Squire Shop, 126. Triad Music, 123. United Car Parts, 130. Vanadco Signs, 133. WTCA, 125. Welborn Insurance, 122. Wickes Lumber, 131. Wlers Truck Service, 120. Wrlght's Style Center, 128. Xaver Cleaners, 120. Yoder's Sports, Inc., 123. Young Door Company, 124. 1 Q r I Q L WWW ARGOS IS A SMALL WORLD . . . 3 y if X sf rrfz- X ,rv L. ' M , ESQ L L DQ: " 5. , Hr ,Q A xfwki " 31 f' if - 1 E 3 ' X me I WHERE FRIENDS ARE FRIENDS FOREVER L L Upper Left - Brandon Calhoun asks Stephanie 0'Dell for a dance as the Fourth Graders celebrate Pioneer Day. Upper Right - Mark Shufelt gets his car washed and ready for the summer, Center Left -- Carrie Brown, Michelle Zolman, Amy Elegy, Londa Davenport, and Jennifer Umhaugh are ready for Junior High School. Center Right -- Deb Trump makes a face as Mr. Alcorn gives the homework assign- ment. ' Bcttom Left - Lisa Vanator and Tracy Dickson know that "Friends are friends forever." CLOSING! 145 ARGOS IS A SMALL WORLD . . . Q? I . x 'T v X. 'E S X X Right -7- Righagg Eby pagseqkio as1iseaiiauiameeLofa1is mfslm,f!sws CQWQQQPGXQSPRQPIQQLB ws-n mmfa fw4mseh fev- LVGFFB 15:11 fiiiydffgmiixy H1'11asL-wtlwlrfxfmswf Dfw' ing high ann ftizahman, Playing in his first varsity lnskgtbail game, his last final exam blip Seiilox year, etc. Qenw Saw MN"l!W"3gF"bP I few winks- , LLLL 2 f 322utiti'fliiQhi?P lmihviiuafimf Niiindiia Wh? 310' mctnre 1252818 ffikelsn frsxuaesjauaaf W x4 A M53 QQFH K 5 L22 Q f 'V TTU, A ' T f 6 iff,-, - X 'Emi KA!! 5 2 5 4 Z 1 Wfsff-H5535 3 5 ff s 2 2 Q 1 W ,w,.W, W ,gfwwfzf H,hx , W,3,,N,m .L,Q ,, 243??Em f555N2"35'i 7 i iffifl 'fb 'fir ' ff K .ggi-. W f Q25 W 'iii H S--' 4 -W - L, A ...... lg Q--Nl M , lx 15 , K . k i K .. XL., . wg ' A - I :wl- Q ii-ff NW'--Q. 7 1 ,4 A V mfg? ev- - Y -AQQ 'MQW ,K W 4-fm ,qw . ,LL ,..k W, alyvmmw fmyxm amwirfi ggi, - -4' ' Sz E 1 ' M . . . PULL OF BIG MEMORIES Upper Left -- Tim Thompson shows his "cod" side. Centers: Left --, Denlge and Deanna l Cooper study a recipe. ' Center - David Saiomon enjoys working bn his brojedt. if K' Center Right -- Matt Krom gives ad- ,gfvice to peopla fora thepummer: Vi "Read" Lower Left - These elementary stu- dents aregnot cameranhy. 'L 'L CLOSING I 147 e .1 M E. tx Queeg. o.i.gl,.3g0d1 s LIVE FOR TODAY M 'D LEARN FROM E Q YESTERDAY DREAM FOR TOMORROW V V' 5 Another year comes to a close as we put the finishing touches on the 1987 yearbook. We have shared many special moments throughout this year, and each picture ln our book has its own story to tell. As the Class of 1987 leaves Argos High School, we know that we have gained the confidence to make anything possible. Our class motto says: "Live for Today. Learn from Yesterday. Dream for Tomorrow." Our experiences in the classroom and ln school actlvltles have provided us with a firm foun- dation from which we can draw to make wise cholces today so that we can build a better future for tomorrow. The following anonymous poem contains some advice for our tuture that I would like to share wlth you. 148 I CLOSING ' """"""" ooha Q U lt's not enough to have a dream, unless we're wllllng to pursue lt. lt's not enough to know what's right unless we're strong enough to do lt. lt's not enough to join the crowd, to be acknowledged and accepted. We must learn to be tme to our Ideals, even lt we're excluded and rejected. lt's not enough to learn the truth, unless we also learn to live lt. lt's not enough to reach for love, unless we care enough to give lt. 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