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

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OUR FUTURE IS SO BRIGHT WE HAVE TO WEAR .xx CONTENTS OPENING 2 SENIORS 17 ACADEMICS 33 PEOPLE .. 53 GROUPS .. 75 FEATURES .. 85 SPORTS .. 97 ADS 117 INDEX 143 CLOSING 146 VOLUME!-239 1987-88 Right - Joey Stone and Lisa Patton enjoy one of the many dances during the year. Below - Seniors Carla Cowger, Camma Capes, Heather Burnett, Jodi Shivers, Shelly Wilhelm, and Melissa Lard display shades of togetherness. hades of . 2 X OPENING Right - Jodi Shivers sings about being a "Lonely Little Petunia in an Onion Patch." if ' 4 ff D 2 's 45 l WW, W .Mf- 0 f 1 I sw, + 'V+ lb in wwwf lm Q' x 'flimwk f 4 Vf 'naw M' 'gjgffi M M, 7 5gam,,,,, - ,,,, 4 ,Q fn , ,,,, I Above - The Senior Class - Front - Scott Nieb, Leslie Shan- kle, Wes Nellans, Nicole Johnson, Kelly Butler. Left Ladder - Camma Capes, Warren Schultz, Paul Dietl, Mike Mechling, Lee Becker, Dean Kolar, Jeff 0'Dell, Karla Snyder, Tony Tompson, Mike Susits, Jeanne Martens, Cheryl Ellis, Lisa Patton, Jodi Shivers, Tony Houin, Center Ladder - Kellie Nolin, Kerry Eiler, Lisa Overmyer, Brian Trump, Kirk Bailey, Charlie Redinger, Toni Farlow, Odie Shepherd, Bobby Curtis. Right Ladder - Shelly Wilhelm, Melissa Lard, Heather Burnett, Craig Davis, Carla Cowger, Richard Shidler, Charley Boonkaw. Below - Kirk Bailey shows his athletic ability. MW ,gf ff, f JZ Vg? if W K, -.A 4? uma L 9+ 2 MQW , ' 'W f M f ' ' K r ' AU' m Ku, We 1. wi QK K ,. My S, Z K . if K ,K A ,qi fl, S 1 K W' , ' iw 1' H ',, H ,J 5' lf, , V f A ,K I f P1-fi: K B it ' ' ' 1 4 1, ,, :IW 'fr ' Wm 4, MW 5, f 'W I Z V' K af w ,H a ft - ,K if X ff - K K A 'i " ,'.,. 1 MEFW ef Y an kiwi W Vi' K K K K K fa 4f0PEN1NG aaaa u W hades 0 f the . Left Greg Becker takes a break from practicing in Summer Band ,Q - gif' 1 . S, Left - Angela Dunlap hands in a homework assignment. I I . . . , makes wooden toys for charity. ln. kRvZ,"W, SX Right The woods class Chad Overmyer, Chris Butler, Char- lie Redinger, Wiley Powell John Dietl, and Tim Hostetler - OPENING! 5 V '--4 'fa' N., l J 'dn ' 1 .MM NN ,A f, juf-N-l'f'v-W P5 QQ W or Yiwu la- so J J 4 f Chris Butler, Randy Stutler, Greg in, RIT M Y art Ben Tolson, M If Thom 0Il RS in, Pam Davenport, J 811 wnM Da Laurie Brown, la irne Mullaney, Tammy Vires, Sand Ja i Shivers, -Jod Row 1 Becker, Lisa Overmyer, Mike Cowger, Wes Nellans, Duane son, Trevor Hinderer, Sandra Burroughs CDirectorJ. Row 3 - Shipley, Tracy Dickson, Karen Gordon, Susan Welch, Angi Lee Leffert, Chris eece, Hutchinson, Brian R Crum, Cara ks Rhodes, Kirk Nel- Directorj, Broo Hoeffer fAssistant CY Tra nda Rho Martens. Row 2 Becker, Nicole Johnson, Jeanne ...Q 'Sv qi- mi Ee- ei +5-E Q90 E... ,E cn.. 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A ,W , ?' ,Z B TEAM SOCCER - Row 1 - Tim Norman, Preston Ed- wards, Jeremy Hartle, Andy Stone, Bruce Johnson, Richard Miller, Phil Middaugh, Steve Wilhelm. Row 2 - Coach Larry Clemens, Jason Thompson, Gary Williams, Mike Curry Greg Hollar, Todd Van Der Weele, Scott Shirk, David Trump, Cory Hol- lar. Upper Left - Jeff 0'Dell, mighty and quick, gets the edge over his opponent. Lower Left - Chad John- son gets in position to pass the ball. 1-, Z' ww ' 7 "iii "L J- , . ,-"fa, at 5, -f My W, af W4 ,f SOCCER! 9 -f.. ..,,W,iWr 3 V' r51,,m4aliPllVg V 5 V9 ., ,I VARSITY SCOREBOARD We They I West Lafayette 2 1 Columbus North 3 2 Lafayette Jeff 2 0 Columbus North 2 3 . Elkhart Baptist 1 0 Concord 1 1 Marion 5 2 LaLumiere 9 0 I Brebeuf 2 1 Marion Bennett 8 1 Logansport 3 1 Canterbury 2 0 0-D 6 0 CMA 1 4 Michigan City 10 l Bethany 1 0 Westview 5 0 Ft. Wayne Christian 11 0 0-D 14 0 Elkhart Baptist 1 0 Culver H.S. 4 0 Bethany 4 1 Concord 0 2 I B TEAM SCOREBOARD . We They , Y Trinity 1 0 T V Culver H.S. 2 4 B, 4 ' J, - Q CMA 1 3 'W' ,W,i,5.,-a' Concord 2 3 ' Culver H.S. 3 2 V '-.ta 0-D 6 3 Michigan City 1 0 CMA 3 1 Wwzfw Uv ,,,k V, 'v ' 4' 12351 - - M ' 1, 7. f'fz'f4Nl",-1,44 I W Upper Right - Melissa Lard attempts a block as teammates Jennifer McKinney and Jodi Shivers cover their positions Volle ball Lower Right - Heather Bumett serves the ball. Upper Left - VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - Row 1 - Carla Cowger, Jennifer McKinney, Karla Snyder. Row 2 - Coach Kim Snyder, Heather Burnett, Jodi Shivers, Jeanne Martens, Melissa Lard, Cheryl Ellis, Assistant Coach Tina Alderfer. 10 X VOLLEYBALL I VARSITY SCOREBOARD We They LaVille 0 2 Culver 0 2 North Miami 0 2 Triton fTour.J 0 2 Triton 2 0 Glenn 2 0 TVHS 1 2 Gaston 2 0 Lakeland 2 1 Winamac 1 2 Gaston 2 1 Culver 1 2 0-D 1 2 Trinity 2 0 CGA 0 2 LaLumiere 2 1 Bremen 0 2 LaVille Culver North Miami Triton Glenn TVHS Caston B TEAM SCOREBOARD They 2 Lakeland 2 Culver 2 0-D 0 Trinity 2 CGA 1 LaLumiere 2 Bremen Left - Carla Cowger waits eagerly for the ball Below - Melissa Lard practices her "save" technique Lower Left - Jennifer McKinney returns the serve :S ,V A B TEAM VOLLEYBALL - Row 1 - Stacy Shlrk Karra Thomp son. Row 2 - Assistant Coach Kim Snyder, Jennifer Bostwick Jodi Grossman, Tammy Ellis, Gina Hollar, Carmen Gates, Coach Tina Alderfer. ariet how Teri Harley, Melissa Kline, Jodi Shivers, Sherry Lowry, and Nicole Johnson sing "The Rose." Junior Miss participants Karla Sny- der, Heather, Burnett, Lisa Over- myer, Jodi Shivers, Melissa Lard, Nicole Johnson, and Cheryl Ellis, re- enact the physical fitness routine. IZXVARIETY SHOW , .. Left - The special education class performs "New York, New York." Right - Cheryl Ellis sings "The Greatest Love of All." Left - Scott Shirk and Chris McLoughlin perform amazing BMX bike tricks. Right - J-V cheerleaders Leah Eley, Teri Harley, Stacy Shirk, Nikki Krom, and Melissa Kline present a routine with which they won first place during a cheerleading contest. Left - Monsters and goblins prevail as Wes Nellans portrays Doctor Doom with Bruce Johnson as Igor. l Above - Band President Lisa Overmyer is one of the emcees for the show. The annual Variety Show on November 6, 1987, opened as the High School band played the theme from the movie "Top Gun." The theme of the show was "Puttin' on the Hits." VAREITY SHOWXI3 Right - First Runner-Up Jodi Shivers poses with her escort Tony Thompson. , ' m ' K iz V o fff 7 ff' e C ' . .4 Q Z A W Z" 4- A Q f 4 if! 1 1 wi 78- Upper Left - The Queen's Court: Stacy Shirk is escorted by Greg Hollarg Carmen Gates is escorted by Damon Leichtyg Tammy Ellis is escorted by Jeff Thompsong Tammy Savage is escorted by Wiley Powell. Lower Left - Carmen Gates is enjoying the Homecoming Dance with her escort Damon Leichty. Lower Right - Second Runner-Up Tammy Savage is shown with her escort Wiley Powell. 14fHOMECOMING - he he N- aa?-W-"" arla Snyder Reigns Upper Left - Homecoming Queen Karla Snyder is escorted by Jeff 0'Dell. Lower Left - Karla Snyder receives a kiss from Charlie Redinger. The Queen and Her Court: Karla Snyder and Jeff 0'Dellg Jodi Shivers and Tony Thompsong Laurie Brown and Lee Leffertg Nikki Krom and Jason Thompson. e fi e WM fa rn 2 ,K ' . , I f W 1 , e wr, V ,, 1- P' N HOMECOMINGX 15 9 X M . Q W -5 l , 9 N I N E T E E W, SENIORS N KIRK J. BAILEY, National Honor Society 2, 3. 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNA MARIE BARTOSIK, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Flags 2, 3, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Helper 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 1, 2, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Variety Show l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Track 1, 2, 4, Academic Excellence 3, 4. LI-IE E. BECKER, Pep Band 1, 2, Marching Band l, 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Intramurals l, 2, Kitchen Helper l, 2, Pep Block l, 2, Spring Musical 1, 2, Variety Show l, 2, 4-H 1, Golf I, Soccer 1, Basketball 1, FBLA 4, Building Trades 3. CHARLES ALLEN BOONKAW, Intramur- als 3, Pep Block 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball l, 2, Track 2. HEATHER GAYE BURNETT, Band 1, 2, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Flags 2, 3, 4, Singin' 16 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA 1, 2, 4, Pep Block l, 2, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. KELLY ANN BUTLER 18fSENIORS E IOR OF '88 MARY M. CAMPBELL, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Helper I, 2, 3, FHA 3, 4, Drama Club 3, National Honor Society 4, Pep Block 4, Student Council 1. CAMMA SUZANNE CAPES, Flags 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FEA 1, 2, Pep Block 1, 2, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Cheerleader I, Academic Excellence 2, 3. CARLA JEAN COWGER, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Flags 2. 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block l, 2, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT RAY CURTIS, Kitchen Helper 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. CRAIG ALAN DAVIS, Intramurals 4, Pep Block 4, Variety Show 3, Baseball 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL ALLEN DIETL, Kitchen Helper 1, 2, I Soccer 2, Track 1, 2. 3. E ,88 SENIORSXI9 a TE b 17 A Ma xl Upper Left - Senior Volleyball members Kar- la Snyder, Jodi Shivers, Jeanne Martens, Cheryl Ellis, Carla Cowger, Toni Farlow, Heath- er Burnett, and Melissa Lard take a break dur- 20fSENIORS ing a volleyball game. discuss "current events" in Economics class. Upper Right - Kirk Bailey prepares himself Lower Right - Carla Cowger takes time to mentally for the Government test. smile before Shorthand begins. Lower Left - Kerry Eiler and Melissa Lard ye 0...- M: ,,...ff' my-""' enior thletes Prepare For The Future I ,- S if x 'K F 'Fm H., Upper Left - Karla Snyder shows the Econom- ics class the San Andreas Fault. Upper Right - The Senior Soccer players Mike Mechling, Shawn Thompson, Kirk Bailey, Char- lie Redinger, Tony Thompson, Jeff 0'Dell, and Brian Trump pause for a picture before a big game. Lower Left - Kellie Nolin smiles as she talks about the weekend. Lower Right - Senior Choir members Karla Snyder, Shelly Wilhelm, Jodi Shivers, Heather Burnett, Melissa Lard, Camma Capes, and Car- la Cowger talk to Lisa Overmyer before they practice a Buddy Holly medley. 9 .. ,,., , x A ,,M...,,e v he SENIORSf21 KERRY LAMOIN EILER, Intramurals 1, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 1, 4, Fr. Class Treas., 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Sr. District FFA Officer - Sentinel. CHERYL LYNN ELLIS, Marching Band 1, 2, Flags 1, 2, Singin' 16 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4 - Treas., NHS 3 - Sec., 4 - Sec., FEA 1, 2, 3 - Pres., 4 - Pres., Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4 - Feature Editor, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Fr. Class Vice Pres., Soph. Class Vice Pres., Sr. Class Vice Pres., 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Miss 4. TONIA MAY FARLOW TODD FELDMAN TONY LEE HOUIN, Pep Band 1, 2, March- ing Band 1, 2, Intramurals 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 1, 2, 4: Spring Musical 1, 2, Variety Show 1, 2, Golf 4, Basketball Man- ager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 4. NICOLE SUE JOHNSON, Marching Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Pom Pons 2. 3. 4, Singin' 16 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4, Intra- murals 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, SSS 1, 2, Library Helper 1, 2, Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Fr. Class Treas., Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Track 1, Girls' State Delegate, FHA President. 22fSENIORS E IOR OF '88 E IOR OF '88 PEGGY JEAN JOHNSON, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS 1, 2, Library Helper 2, 3, 4, FEA 4. KENNETH KIMBEL DEAN ALLEN KOLAR, Choir l, FFA 1, NHS 2, 3, 4. MELISSA ANN LARD, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 4 - Vice Pres., Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, FHA Sec. 2, 3, Choir Treas. 4, Jr. Miss 4. JEAN MARIE MARTENS, Yearbook Staff 4, sss 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pres., Fr. Class Sec., Jr. Class Treas., Sr. Class Treas., Variety Show 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4. MICHAEL JAMES MECHLING, Kitchen Helper 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Block 1, 2, 4-H 1, 2, 3, Homecoming Escort 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Soccer 3, 4. SENIORSXZ3 eniors Anticipate Their Future 24 X SENIORS Upper Left - Shelly Wilhelm thinks about a math problem. Upper Right: -- Melissa Lard smiles before class. Lower Left - Charley Boonkaw works careful- ly on his clay car sculpture. Lower Right - Peggy Johnson laughs with her friends during study hall. 2 15 kL'. K 3 . g . f . ' A L . . . f s .. . . ... s 1 . im t S 3 , ff' .-4 5553 J . Upper Left - Tony Thompson and Jeff 0'Dell Taekwondo is one of Warren's many hobbies. Lower Right - Jodi Shivers and Toni Farlow rewind a film. Lower Left - Lisa Patton enters Economics talk about their Canterbury Tales report in Upper and Center Right - Warren Schultz class, Literature class. breaks a board during Advanced Speech. SENIORSXZ5 DAl'lD BRIAN MULLANEY, Band 1, 2: Pep Band 1, 2: Marching Band 1, 2: Kitchen Helper 1, 2: Pep Block 1: 4-H 1: Basketball 1. W1-ISLEY SCOT NELLANS. Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Pep Band 1. 2. 3.4: Marching Band 1. 2, 3: Singin' 16 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Pep Block 4: Spring Musical 3, 4: 4-H 1. 2. 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2. 3. 4. SCOTT ALLAN NIEB, Band l, 2. H1-ILLIE LYNN NOLIN. Yearbook Staff 3, 4: Oflice Helper 3: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: SSS 4: FEA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Basket- ball Mgr. 1. 2: Volleyball Mgr. 1, 2: Girls' Basketball Statistician 3, 4. JEFFREY DEAN 0'Dl-ZLL, Intramurals 2, 3: Pep Block 1, 2: Homecoming Escort 1, 2, 3: Golf 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. LISA MARIE OVERMYER, Band 1 - Asst. Lib., 2. 3, 4 - Pres.: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 3 - Co- Editor, 4 - Editor: NHS 2, 3, 4 - Vice Pres.: FEA 1, 2, 3, 4: Peer Facilitators 2: Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Staff 4: Spring Musical 3, 4: Jr. 8: Sr. Class Sec.: 4- H 9 yrs.: Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4: Academic Excellence 2, 3, 4: Girls' State - Delegate, Band, Newspaper, Good Citizen: Hugh 0'Brian Youth Foundation Leadership Sem- inar Delegate: T.A. Kleckner Science Grant 2: Jr. Miss Creative 8: Performing Arts, Scholastic, 2nd Runner-up: Softball 1, 3, 4: Who's Who Among American High School Students 4: National Forestry Judging Team. 26fSENIORS E LISA KAYE PATTON, SSS I: NHS 2, 3, 4: Kitchen Helper 3, 4: Pep Block I, 2: Stu- dent Council 2. CHARLIE E. REDINGER, Choir 1: NHS 4: Student Council 1, 3, 4: Spring Musical 1: 4- H 1, 2. 3. 4: Variety Show 1: Soccer I, 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. WARREN MATTHEW SCHULTZ. Singin' I6 1. 2: Choir 1: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Musical I, 2: Variety Show 1, 2. LESLIE MICHELLE SHANKLE, Pep Band I. 2. 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: FHA 4: SSS 2, 3.4: FEA 4: Library Helper 3: Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show I. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4: Intramurals 2. ODIS J. SHEPHERD, Soccer 1. RICHARD DANIEL SHIDLER, Singin' 16 1: Choir 1: Office Helper 3: FFA 2, 3, 4: Kitch' en Helper 4: Baseball 3. E SENIORSXZ7 , W., Upper Left - Bobby Curtis and Mike Susits share a joke before class. Upper Right - Jeanne Martens manages to laugh as she looks at her long Physics assign- ment. Lower Left - Mary Campbell and Brian Trump discuss the terrorist bombings and the upcoming basketball game. Lower Right -- Craig Davis flexes his muscle in an industrial arts class. l i-rf 163.- E'l , 5,w:,,. -4'-WW, 'wg-usda ,W Seniors Enjo Life 28!SENIORS VW!!! L kia, 'ir QF' N 'sw . - v,,k .W "--. NX X K 94 We N -ix X A 3? M takes a moment to perform for the photogra- pher. Lower Right - Percussionist Lisa Overmyer watches as Mrs. Burroughs sets the tempo. QQ' .49 JODI LYNN SHIVI-IRS, Singin' 16 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, Pep Block I, 2. 3, 4, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, 4- H 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Class Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Candidate 1, 2 - lst Runner-up, 3 - lst Runner-up, 4. KARLA SLE SNYDER, Band 1, 2, Pep Band 1: Marching Band 1, 2, Flags 1, Singin' 16 1, 2. 3. 4, Choir 4, Yearbook Staff 3, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, FEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Helper 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2 - Treas., 3 - Sec., 4 - Pres., Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Candidate 1, 2 -- 2nd Run- ner-up, 3 - 2nd Runner-up, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4. CINDY SUMEZ STEPHANIE SUMMERS MICHAEL RYAN SUSITS, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, NHS 4, Pep Block 1, 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. ANTHONY WILLIAM THOMPSON, Singin' 16 1, Student Council 1, Golf 1, Soccer 1, 4, Basketball 1. 30fSENIORS ,-W . I 'Q fi ,. E IOR OF '88 ,fe ,--ef Lower Left - Scott Nieb awaits the start of Busiw ness English class. Lower Right - Carla Cowger, Camma Capes. and Jodi Shivers have a little fun in Choir. SHAWN CHRISTIAAN XERXES THOMP- SON, Band 1, 2, 3: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Singin' 16 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 3, NHS 2, 3, 4: Pep Block 1, 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Staff 4: Spring Musical 1, 2. 3. 4: 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Academic Excellence 1, 2, 3, 4. BRIAN HARVEY TRUMP, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Soph. Class Treasurer. SHI-ILLY ANN WILHHLM, Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, Pom Pons 3: l-'lags 1: Singin' 16 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, FEA 1. 2: Library Helper 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Block 1. 2: Spring Musical 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2: Track 1, -1 JOYCE ANN VERMILLION SENIORSf31 Senior Survey WHO IS THE MOST LIKELY TO Have 10 kids Become president Become a minister Become a millionaire Go bankrupt Bjecome a movie star Become shipwrecked Become bald Be a poster pin'up Succeed Become principal at AHS Marry hisfher steady Become a professional athlete Become Mr.fMiss Universe WHO IS THE Best athlete Best sports fan Best singer Best dancer Best driver Worst driver Best dressed Class clown Most mischievious Most talkative Most easily embarrassed Shyest Most creative Best looking Best actorfactress Most persistent Most friendly Most cooperative WHO HAS THE: Best smile Nicest hair Nicest eyes Best sense of humor Nicest car Best personality Most all-around Mike Mechling Shawn Thompson Kerry Eiler Warren Schultz Odie Shepherd Charle Boonkaw Warren Schultz Kirk Bailey Mike Mechling Kirk Bailey Warren Schultz Kirk Bailey Jeff 0'Dell Kirk Bailey Jeff 0'Dell Mike Susits Shawn Thompson Kirk Bailey Kirk Bailey Jeff 0'Dell Charlie Redinger Mike Mechling Craig Davis Shawn Thompson Lee Becker Lee Becker Lee Becker Mike Susits Mike Susits Mike Mechling Mike Mechling Shawn Thompson Shawn Thompson Charlie Redinger Charlie Redinger Jeff 0'Dell Tony Thompson Mike Mechling Lee Becker Charley Boonkaw Mike Mechling Charlie Redinger Kirk Bailey Anna Bartosik Lisa Overmyer Heather Burnett Lisa Overmyer Karla Snyder Melissa Lard Leslie Shankle Cheryl Ellis Karla Snyder Lisa Overmyer Lisa Overmyer Camma Capes Melissa Lard Karla Snyder Melissa Lard Cheryl Ellis Nicole Johnson Karla Snyder Jean Martens Kellie N olin Karla Snyder Karla Snyder Karla Snyder Anna Bartosik Cheryl Ellis Kelly Butler Karla Snyder Karla Snyder Nicole Johnson Lisa Overmyer Karla Snyder Jean Martens Jodi Shivers Karla Snyder Jodi Shivers Karla Snyder Toni Farlow Karla Snyder Karla Snyder Karla Snyder Karla Snyder CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Dusty Rose Maroon Tipped Dusty Rose Carnation Silver 32 f SENIORS CLASS MOTTO Using memories of the past to build dreams for the future. N I N E T E E N ACADEMICS The Choir members practiced their parts for the Musical for an entire month. The week before the presentation, they practiced from 6:30 to 10:00 every night. They put on three concerts during the school year: the Christmas Concert, the Spring Concert, and the Musical. The Choirs are directed Left - Kelly Hanley, Melissa Kline, and Karla lm Snyder take a break from memorizing their lines. Right - Wes Nellans and Presley Edwards work on their dialogue. 341 ACADEMICS B ,ts-ay Practices Hours cal Choir members Melissa Lard, Cowger, Lisa Overmyer, Kar- Wilhelm, Jodi Shivers, and a silly pose for the camera. Center SCHOOL CHOIR - Left to Right - Row 1 - Stacy Shirk, Peggy Hensley, Kim Harrington, Jeremy Hartle, Presley Edwards, Nikki Krom. Row 2 - Nicole Johnson, Carla Cowger, Camma Capes, Melissa Lard, Karla Sny- der, Shelly Wilhelm, Melissa Kline. Row 3 - Lou- ise Louderback, Heather Burnett, Shelia Ketcham, Johanna Hoeffer, Amy Morris, Teri Harley, Jenni- fer McKinney. Row 4 - Jodi Shivers, Tausha His- song, Gina LaVanWay, Jennifer Bostwick, Kelly Hanley, Russell Marchand, Jeremy Smith, Sarah Schlabach. Lower Left - JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR - Left to Right - Row 1 - Chris Middleton, Carrie Hecka- men, Tina Bender, Kendra Atkins, Miranda Geldner, Angie Westafer, Lori Lard, Casie Bishop, Krystal Wolff, April Baker, Heather Culp. Row 2 - Leon Cowger, Wendy Barbour, Dana Alderfer, Julie Hill, Stephanie Okerbloom, Dave Curtis, Rich Ziegler, Michelle Smith. Row 3 - Melanie McClain, Stephanie Martin, Heather Clemens, Stephanie Woods, Haley Hipskind, Kerry Harsh- barger, Melissa Shaw, Gayla Stults, Tom Quimby, Eric Reid, Neil Sexton, Craig Ellis. Row 4 - Amee Van Der Weele, Jennifer Martens, Gretchen Tomp- son, Ron Stockberger, Scott Hammel, Mike Bixel, Robert Barcus, Marianne Kline, Loretta Ruiz. 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Row 3 - Duane Crum, Ben Tolson, Amy Kline, Tommi Quimby, Stephanie Okerbloom, Amy Eley, Carrie Brown, Jeremy Snead, Trevor Hinderer. Row 4 - Londa Davenport, Amee Van Der Weele, Adam Manuwal, Doug Andrews, Chris Long, Jason Hill, Danni Overmyer, Gretchan Thompson, Kyri Bailey. Below - PEP BAND - Left to Right- Row 1 - Nicole Heinzman, Donna Overmyer, Heather Bur- nett, Carla Cowger, Shelly Wilhelm, Tracy Dick- son, Bruce Johnson, Director Sandra Burroughs. Row 2 Greg Becker, Mike Cowger, Phil Middaugh, Leslie Shankle, Bill Barbour, La1u'ie Brown, Kirk Nellans, Wes Nellans. Row 3 - Tausha Hissong, Erica Hensley, Lisa Pesak, Pam Davenport, Michelle Thomas, Chris 0'Dell, Richard Miller, Jaime Mullaney, Jodi Grossman, Dawn Miller, Gina Hollar, Lisa Overmyer. Row 4 - Gina LaVanWay, Marty Marten, John Vanator, Randy Stutler, Chris Butler, Doug Harsh- barger, Lee Leffert, Brooke Rhodes. 36!ACADEMICS amfsemimeemsmwmfxnwmml f um mx . ,, il,-L Y lm wwf,- 'slii NSF' A '?2f'Q2'5i3ifJf3i?l3?f2'23Z5f:Zi5Tif, 23, f ..,U.4p2 f.if,gg1:52,,4. .,,:i , , ki 'lZ'Zi'Sg,f ,,,,,-,www ,,4,M,, H..V ,,,.,,m., ,.,,reM,.,,,,,,,..s, Mr, TU-He 2' 91 wMwws,W,,,N ,WW M Q, 1 U, , NUM. WM ,MLW M, Q .www mm., . 9: g 5 E 12,,aM:b1.Waimea,3,fes5s:LE5igYiz:1:WDWzzffsfiwfw ww3'fag5f'?'fi:gggg zgzfggzzf ,ziggy M W my ,,,,,,.,.:,e-,.,,,,,,,,,. .D . ,ml . sm, ,,,..,W, W. , 'a3-?T'g:g'giv- "e'5i2g:1v:4f::zy ,. up Upper Left - Mrs. Burroughs readies the Slunmer Band to warm up. Upper Right - Carla Cowger practices her part for the Christmas Concert. Center - HIGH SCHOOL BAND - Left to Right - Row 1 - Director Sandra Bnuroughs, Nicole Heinzman, Donna Overmyer, Heather Burnett, Car- la Cowger, Shelly Wilhelm, Tracy Dickson, Bruce Johnson, Greg Becker. Row 2 - Jason Thompson, Mike Cowger, Phil Middaugh, Leslie Shankle, Bill Barbour, Laurie Brown, Kirk Nellans, Wes Nellans. Row 3 - Tausha Hissong, Erica Hensley, Lisa Pesak, Pam Davenport, Michelle Thomas, Chris 0'Dell, Richard Miller, Jaime Mullaney, Jodi Grossman, Dawn Miller, Gina Hollar, Lisa Overmyer. Row 4 - Gina La Van Way, Marty Marten, John Vanator, Randy Stutler, Chris Butler, Doug Harsh- barger, Lee Leffort, Chris Thomas, Brooke Rhodes. Below Left - Bill Barbour and Doug Harshbarger take a break from Summer Band practice. ACADEMICS! 37 Senior Speech Class Enjoys Storytelling Speeches to inform were just a few of the given by the classes. The students. In the dents told persona in order to reveal advanced speech class elementary classes to 1 MWC. QW Center Right- The kids seem to listen intently as X Charley Boonkaw and Cheryl Ellis read them sever- al stories. Upper Left - Still a kid at heart, Peggy Johnson reads a story to a very interested group of elemen- tary children. Lower Right - Larry Taylor demonstrates sit-ups in Freshman speech class. Upper Right - Jodi Shivers tells a story to a group of children. Center Left - Dean Kolar shares the pictures in his book with his audience as he reads a story to them. 38 X ACADEMICS Art tudents ,f' Paint urals II So Ft. all projects in many with color schemes, screen printing, latch hook rugs, the students had less spend on detail. Their on copper, acrylic photo screen Independent class was based. The of options from which to characters on the nd a mural in the entered the Scho- uth Bend. They also on one big project a Art Museum at Notre to the Century Cen- Contest where they entry had won an projects in the St. Wayne. At this con- award. The Art De- model car contest. ff.: . .g ary .Q .1 We fd: V ' 4 25? f A. ,uv I 'w,,,,,,,,.... ff Upper Left - Nicole Johnson works on a print in advanced art class. Right - Brian Powell works on an optical illusion. Lower Left - Mike Mechling receives help from Mr. Miller on his art project. ACADEMICSf39 Buen Upper Right - Spanish I answers to questions that Center Left - Kris Capes French I assignment. Lower Right - Jodi Shivers works dilligently to achieve an A on her test. Buenos Dias!! This and many other phrases were learned by the Spanish I class this year. They also attended a party at Mr. Levi's house where they made and ate tacos. The French l class also had a party hosted by Mr. Levi where they prepared and ate French crepes. The advanced Spanish and French classes went out to dinner at restaurants that served Spanish and French foods. The foreign language classes had a guest speaker from The Youth for Under- standing come to talk to them about being a for- eign exchange student. 40 XACADEMICS This year the biology students studied hu- man anatomy and the origin of man in addition to participating in numerous labs in which they dissected worms and live frogs. Atoms, mole- cules, elements, and electrons were among the many topics discussed in chemistry class. The physics class studied the movement of objects and the forces that are placed upon them. All three classes took a field trip to a laser show in Michigan. The chemistry and physics classes also took an all-day field trip. ACADEMICS! 41 Q , 3 as X Learning to be physically fit for life was the main educationalggiiiigili education classes this year. chery, speedball, floor ball, volleyball, gymnastics, ton, track, croquet, tennis, golf, among the sports covered in classes this year. The boys wrestling, and the girls did aerobic routines to music of videotaped, and were then Also during the aerobics about heart rates, the best way tq to be aeroblcally tit, and F 2 Trigg: ggi? Oxygen- wayaggws wig: Z2S2MwsSx:::ssedsssaafiwe Upper Right - Kris Capes climbs the rope in P.E. Center Left - Melissa Kline seems to find sit-ups very amusing. Lower Right - The guys have a lot of fun playing floor hockey. 42 I ACADEMICS 2 se ul "' ii ' . , , . ' iw 1 .. . 1 l xf-Q ,,.l.,.- ,.,,..--f - X: 'x ,., 3,52 Grammar lessons, literature reading, book re- ports, and term papers were all part of a day's work in the English classes this year. The Fresh- men classes read To Kill A Mockingbird and Romeo and Juliet along with studying the many gods and goddesses of Greek mythology. The Sophomore classes wrote term papers on careers and read A Light in the Forest, Animal Farm, and Julius Caesar. Along with writing term papers on the topic of their choices, the Juniors studied the novels - Alas, Babylon and Huckleberry Finn. The Senior literature class read British and Greek literature and were then tested with five essay exams over these books. Finally, the Senior composition class learned good paragraph structure and wrote- themes. Then they applied what they had learned in their term papers for which they traveled to IUSB to do their research. Upper Left - Jeanne Martens takes a break from Literature class. Upper Right - Randy Stutler checks out the as- signment he just received. Center - Chris McLaughlin, Scott Shirk, and Matt Krom work on their term papers in the library. Lower Left - Chris Butler is working on his term paper doing some research. ACADEMICS! 43 Drafting Students Develop Egg l Protection System This year the woods students chose projects they wanted to complete. They chose articles such as lamps, bowls, desks, book shelves, baseball bats, entertainment centers, TV Stands, clocks, tables, and cutting boards. Diagrams, floor plans, and blue prints were 4 among the many technical drawings drafted by the drafting classes. They also had a project to devel- op a system to protect an egg from breaking after being thrown into the air. W' ' L ' ln metals class, the students made boxes and dust pans out of sheet metal. They also meited aluminum to make pours and made screw-drivers and chmels with the forge. ' vf1 Upper Right - Jason Thompson looks like he is really engrossed in his assignment. Center - James Lancaster takes a break from his drafting project. Lower Left - John Dietl and Bobby Curtis lift a sand mold which is used to make an aluminum cast. Lower Right - Rob Hluford shows us he table he made in shop class. 44fACADEMICS .NN X N 'L Thkslyearthe horticultlue class used the equip- ment room to make landscape draw- ingslicfrilioitses. Some of their drawings were sent to the state contest. In livestock production class, the students set up their own farms on paper and managed them. They also dealt with raising live- stock. The Vocational Agriculture I class visited the Blanch Farm to see sheep operations and pure- bred swine operations. At the Heckaman Farm, they saw dairy parlor operations, and at the McCay Farm they saw dairy sanitation operations. At the Lynn Leffert Farm, the students saw a farrow to finish hog operations and beef cattle production. During National FFA Week, the Ag classes held McDonald's Farm Day. Some of the students brought in farm and wild animals and displayed them in pens. The elementary classes visited the Ag Department to view the animals. Upper Left - Tony Houin holds a pig in Ag class. Lower Left - Kerry Eiler and Brian Hall show two of the animals on display during McDonald's Farm Day. Center Right - Brian Johnson and Warren Schultz work on their assignments in the Ag Room. 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They wrote pro- grams using simple loops, graphics, sound, and animation. They also learned how to use text files to store lists of information on a disk. Upper Right - Mr. Alcorn helps Brooks Rhodes with his geometry. Center Left - Jeanne Martens is glad to be work- ing on her computer program. Lower Right - Kirk Bailey isn't really sure that he understands his senior math. 48fACADEMICS V Upper Left - Lee Leffert patiently listens to class M discussion in geometry. Center - Dawn Miller is glad that her computer homework is finally completed. Lower Left - Jeff Umbaugh is dazed to discover how difficult geometry really is. Lower Right - General math students wait with mixed emotions for their tests to be passed back. 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ACADEMICS!49 Cooking Class Holds Pie Baking Contest Sewing and cooking were not all that the Home Economics classes did. The Sophomore classes held child development sessions in which parents brought in their children for an hour. This class also visited the Rochester Hospital Maternity Ward. The Freshmen and Junior classes visited fabric stores in South Bend to study different types and styles of cloth. This year the foods classes held a pie baking contest which turned out to be alot of fun for the students. The teachers got to sample their creations. 'Y 59 s,tt ,Sen Upper Right - Mrs. Schmidlapp shows her Junior High Home Economics class how to correctly pre- pare muffins. Center - Lora Alderfer looks up from her sewing project during Home Economics class. Lower Left - Amy Sechrist and Hazel Campbell discuss their projects and how soon they will have them finished. Lower Right -- The girls in Home Economics sam- ple their pie to see if they made it correctly. 50fACADEMICS sm X55 are :WW Nuff ..- l-g.,,..,.,--0 L,,L , :.., e ,, V NNE Students spent at least an hour a day in study hall all year long. Some of them made good use of their time and worked on their assignments or studied for a test. Others read books and maga- zines for enjoyment. Upper Left - Scott Shirk and Matt Krom take a break from working on their chemistry assignment. Lower Left -- Odie Shepherd kicks back and relax- es during study hall. Lower Right - Doug Stevens seems to find some- thing funny about his homework. "What's so fim- ny, Doug?" ACADEMICS! 51 K " ewsweek? Is 0 Q For me Current events, civics, World, and U.S. History were the courses offered to students at Argos. The classes Sim and videos about what they were stufiyingg :iid speak ers came in and talked to the classes. The Current events class studied from "N6WSYl'Q6kn:ill8.gBZil18 and the "Channel 16 News Review." The SOVBIII' ment and economics classes were encouraged to register and vote by the town clerk, KQiePdv1Q1.5 5 S? Saw X3 swag A5 'tg 9- 'Rx PK X 'Q S5 fixvf hmmm Upper right - David Mullaney waits with antici- pation for economics class to begin. Center Left - Lora Alderfer studies her U.S. His- tory to prepare for "the easiest quiz" she will be taking all year. Center Right - Gary Williams is waiting with much excitement for class to begin. Lower right - Melissa Lard and Kerry Eiler dis- cuss economics as they wait for Mr. Wysong to begin class. 52 X ECONOMICS '3 i 1-gg gain Y : asia VIWQKF - G3 SEM H fit? - f-is-- E2 ....:2 :E. ':f!-55i5- ii W E W I s :Z2'2-5222552522 faeeaaeeaaoa ee a aaaai-raaeaaa gg, -fm... WW- , 'E 'iii N xi: L ,,J,,.-M, - - 2 i f we g . N I N E T PEOPLE 54fPEOPLE Lisa Alderfer Lora Alderfer Kathy Anagnostou Rocky Ballinger Bill Barbour Eric Barlow Angi Becker Chris Butler Hazel Campbell Kimberly Crow Pam Davenport Melissa Depoy Tracy Dickson John Dietl Tammy Ellis '17erri,Stxe Qllsifhglfy. 'Devi Harlw1egi2fe1w1 r Johanna Iibgfferf Doug Harshhxrger Steve umspecx Billy Johngbai j Brian Johnson Chad Johnson!! Nltfhew 4 f 61113 LBVWQWQI, frymmy Mark Mchitite Jennifer McKinney Chris McLaughlin Lisa Millers, J UNIORS 'Y' inf P A, , L W x 1 v 6 A 4 32 Ve Q Susan Welch Lori Weston Nick Wood Amelia Zarazua Wiley Powell Chris Redlin Peggy Rickman Richie Rospopo Tammy Savage Amy Sechrist Sandra Shipley Scott Shirk Todd Shorter Shelley Singrey Wendy Smith Doug Stevens Joey Stone Michelle Thomas Jeff Thompson Tanya Troyer Deb Trump Jennifer Trump John Vanator Tammy Vires f Jennifer Trump and Sandy Shipley work on their English assignment. PEOPLEX55 M..M-,,,. , . ,J 561 PEOPLE Candy Bash Kathy Brock Laurie Brown Deanna Cooper Denise Cooper Travis Denney Cory Dennie Brian Dille Troy Dunlap Leah Eley Jamie Flory Carmen Gates Jodi Grossman Bryan Hall Kelly Hanley Nionle Iieinzmann Troy Hibner Tim Iiostetler Gina Hollar Mark Hollingsworth Ridlmrd Kuudt R09 Harford D Johnson ' Jamw Lancaster Leslie Lee Leffert Damon Leiehty - Mike Leverich Abby Manuwal M Miischelle' Marchand ,Mswf No Photo Available No Photo Available X SOPHOMORES Kirk Nellans Keith Norman Sarah Norman Tim Norman Bill Patterson Sonny Personette Brooks Rhodes James Ryan Chris Shaw Michael Sherman Randy Stutler Chris Thomas Karra Thompson Jeff Umbaugh Gary Williams Kelly Hanley, the Cooper twins, Leslie Lappin, and Cathy Brock listen careful' ly to the assignment in general basi- ness. The Cooper twins pose ln Typing I. ii PEOPLEf57 581 PEOPLE Greg Becker Jennifer Bostwick Kris Capes Mike Cowger Mike Curry Tim Detwiler Diane DeVault Steven Dietl Steve Dunn Preston Edwards Jamie Fee Aaron Foster Aimee Foster Karyn Gordon Kim Harrington Jeremy Hattie Ericaiieusley Peggy Hensley Tausha Hissong Cory Hollar Greg Hollar Bruce Johnson Shelia Ketckman Meiissa Kline Louise Lauderlaack Sherry Lowry Russell Marchand Phil Middauglr Richard Miller Riciiiiibrgsaiifir K cmsonene 903315 iLi81ii?eS5.li 'lf Jemny Reese .4 xv L4 :J FRESHMEN N r 5 , if "' in R. Nl Todd Van Der Wheele Nicole Van Dusen Andy Vires Steve Wilhem Calvert Quimby Todd Redlin Sarah Schlabach Stacy Shirk Jeremy Smith Steve Stockman Andy Stone Otis Thacker Jason Thompson David Trump Jeremy Hartie and Todd Redlin work on a lab project in physical science. Stacy Shirk wears safety glasses to pro teeth her eyes during her experiment in physical science. PEOPLEX59 Dana Alderfer Tony Anagnostou Doug Andrews Kyrl Bailey Aprll Baker Linda Ballinger Wendy Barbour ND Photo Available Mike Bixel Mark Bowers Claudia Campbell Sherry Carter Heather Clemons Heather Kay Culp David Curtis Justin Eckelharger Erin Flory Chris Ganshorn Dave Goodrich Scott Hummel Greg Harrington Kerry Harshbarger ,MA , ,, Kathy Hibner Jason Hill Julie Hill Amy Hollingsworth Brandon Hurd Amy Kline Hlrilllt Kline - . uit b -A Lorllard ' Wendylmnderbsck cmsumg ya . A, A Y . ' ' K 3 Jennifer Miriam ia I Melanie Keflhin - Tommy Mitchell " ,LVL , 4 g K . ,f Charles Murphy i I Jam! Xoftxger it Q f Danni Bsmayer k,xaL, . Brie Reid miubeaiumtg Q xtiislifdl 0 - l'., :ii 53,7 Ro: Swqkbcrger Gly!! 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Melissa Shafer V Jawa swan tttn , Ann Ssockherger 'A Greg Trump -ws' Vim 62fPEOPLE SIXTH GRADE Bryan James Zena ,-N4 Amy Alderfer Mandy Bailey Kerri Bash Shaindel Beers Jennifer Brittin Brandon Calhoun Amy Diangikis Angela Ehinger Jason Ellis Kevin Glover Rachelle Hall Gabrielle Hand Elizabeth Harley Joel Harrington Matt Heckaman Dennis Helton Lon Helton Laura Hensley Rhonda Hessling Lindsey Hinderer Kathy Hollingsworth Justin Holzwart Monica Humes Jason Lewis Brian Lowery Jake McFarland Claudia Mefiranh Eager McKinney Stephany 0'Dell Eric Oasiey Marc 0usley Chad Paaizle Lindsey Pennington Micke!!! QUICK Ben Reese" ' I-my Rite Waiter Soimer Jason Shafer Galina Snead ' Nicole Tressh Jason Trump Geneva Bonnie Weldon . Amanda Winters Candy Winters Casey Yoguelet Randy Zeke Busty Zentz FIFTH GRADE PEOPLEX63 Carrie Archambeault Geoffrey Bailey Reagan Blanch Jamie Bostwick Tara Brown Kori Burger Jesse Carlton Jenell Carter Michelle Chizum Mandy Crum Rusty Culp Julie Diangikis Christie Eley Lora Emenaker Timothy Emenck Brandy Fear Damon Foster Brandon Franz Stevenme Gaushorn Shawn Good Matt Gordon Derek Halterman Nicole Hammond Joshua Hartman Dianna Michelle Herald Thad Hlssong Neal Bite my Rube Melissa Hulse Jennifer Kaur Richard Kliskyv SHG!! Lancaster David Lesko Michael Long Susan Long Kmnhvehoe ummm Glxislhreens 'wwwltcw 2natteMdiee Stleyiiieb Sumkbllfvli Matin QYDQH Ghtrity reimizgwn Karl Punk Gmsidy Qdmby Toi Bodine: Michael Thomas lex X-654211 Roberts AIM! Bak! GIGS Sexton San Shanks Jeremy Shmyood Deanna Singmy Ananda Stafford Jack Stafford Jeraaylfadagi i' 64fPEOPLE FOURTH GRADE I ,X I Q- .1 C A 5.0-1 45 af vwvmem' ZSVTZZQSY ,wiki 5 4 2 W' . x 1 si ::. as f Ne f I S .MS , 1 , A, - 4 N an uni :M- il 'rf W , ,',N,' 5 ix if , 2. Y S is o ywg ,f ,,,, ,, ., : f Wa, 'Z lzxtv ., 1. . fm, V ,. E F! V , V? 1' 5314,,,- ,. 'S K f. 3 h ! ! 3 H 4 F' if X f .. M ny If 4 f 0 an ,id . , 5. A ta aa' ,, ., ,.. ' . sf' , ooo -A . lf n Jacoh Atkins Elizabeth Barrett Jason Haty Melanie Beam Jason Heerwart Mandy Bishop Tony Hrenamen Katrina Crow Raymond Cudney Bobbi Jo Daugherty Crystal Denny Scott Hhinger Jody Ellis Jill Elmore Wesley l-'ritter Marsha Gates Sheri Glover Trisha Good Sarah Kim Gordon Tim Hall Nellie Hand Kelly Harrington Aaron Hartman Chris Hartman Raeheal Helton Christi Hensley Keily Hensley Pileby Hensley Thuda Rowena Herald Chet lltpskiad ,Heidi Hnmes Ryan Jackson Jennifer Jefferies Jennifer Jensen ,Nichole Ketchum fT0ri Kama Stacy Lngeaour Scott Lewis uma Luang glason Martin Crystal Lynn Maxon Cheryl Middaugh Heidi Jo Miiier Jay Morgan Ryan Nifolig Dale Overnxyer Kyle Peeler Leslie Pennington James Poiael Lee Morgan Redinger Angie Rose Shalon Shafer Leslie Stewart Jessica Thompson Lacey Amt Trump Mark Van Der Weele Sarah Wagers Tracy Wagoner Jnsun Webb Tim Wright Brandy Michelle Yoder Lisa Russell THIRD GRADE PEOPLEf65 Greg Amones Brenda Baker Tami Beatty Traci Brown Subrena Christman Jeremy Craig Emily Cripe Lisa Crum Amber Dorsey Angela Dunlap Andrew Emenaker Diona Eskew Adam Fanlstich Eric Geldner Jennifer Gndeman Brent Halterman Toni Harley Shelly Harshbarger Jonathan Hayn Marlanna Howell Brent Johnson Simon Kuyske William Lagenour Andy Martin Tom McFarland 'Tlx I , 6 - A iv " , 'al Q 2 J if JY 1 f- D 'f f E TW ' in H bu f 7 Z 2'-11 vi fi . 4.. , 3' 5 I Malia, H Hs. ':,n lg pg W' 'J .. , , ,,, 'I -- 4 ,J 5 ,V 11' v Y Q I 5 tv 2 4 wg.. 'rv F 7 4, J 66fPEOPLE SECOND GRADE s Q , 3 , 'A 8 fi 1 ' 2 z 4 A !D g f , ' at g. N 'ls -- , vi' V, x 515 ' 'nag ' Y 2 " , sp.. 55 s Ib ,W .v 4' '5 '4 ,fa nf. if 're eeyn 1 , Y ,ggi ,, I ,. .L 'Q 7 Q.. f J 1 af at al' 5 Q Available hw ,, mb- A ,,,,, ..x, ,, W 5' 4 , vw " 1 ,fgjfzr ' 5 1. I .Q f ,vii if . . a ,li Jamie Amunes Caleb Andrews Monti Apple Joey Archambeault Scott Bailey Jennifer Baker Lisa Ballinger Bill Barcus Ryan Blanch Megan Briones Jai Burger Craig Burnworth Amanda Burroughs Brian Campbell Jesse Chantea Matthew Chizum Stephen Crum Shawn Cudney Dawn Davis James Deason Nikki Edwards Stacy Evans Paul Faulstich Mike Fishburn Courtney Gaby Valerie Hardesty Elizabeth Hayn Doug Heckaman Jerame Hensley Tricia Hessling 2"s..... NCP FIRST GRADE PEOPLEX67 68fPE0P1.E Greg Ballinger Paul Daty Tara Brown Sarah Bubp Samantha Burns Jim Burroughs Allison Calhoun Justin Carlton Bo Donavon Cline Ronnie Craft April Cudney Dustin Davis John Deason Stephanie Duff Derek l-lby Elicia Ellis Ryan Faulstich Donald Wade Fishburn Matt Fishburn Jesse Flynn Nicole Garner Jeff Good Sherry Goodrich Adam Gudeman Joseph Harner Angela Harrell Joni llarlle Ernest Heiman Nicholas Hite Aaron Hutchison Marlin Jensen Rhonda Lagenour Stephanie Lewis Stephanie Lovet Amber Morgan Davins Mullins Ryan Nettrouer Pan! Reese Rich Morgan Bruce Salyea' Johnathan Selmer Hannah Elizabeth Smith Timmy Stevens Sara Treesn Tracy Ummei Kevin Weldon Lucas Wilhelm Sandra Wilhelm Johnny Willard Le Roy Woods Kari Van Der Wheele Barry Zahn Jennifer Lynn Zentz Patricia Adams Adria. Beers Joshua Bruzden -Barrie Dowing Richard Hartman Shannon Keiman Mark Hensley James Parma Steve Sheldon Jennifer vires Daniel Wager-5 L ii ii 3: I 4 3' , ' R are . 13 A r Y L , ..f,iff-i ii- if iw . s ,lf ' Qlgx A if ll-Q ... i as i n gl Q A 'X Wx X A 4- R 1 A so Y we - 1 J- '5- xu-,sr - Q .V . V W X I xi K N 4 a . No Photo Available , , , , A K 5-Q ,- , P 3' A . J. .- , -we 'iv J' ,f, K I ., 5 i N 1 Q ex ,,E::.:: k, 2 x Lb I 1 ' .auf .. 'agar 4 ? i S- 51 , 'QR - 5: 5. N.. l in a, ,J 1 i 'l Nix' - , . t I il l fi 4 . .2 ba, .53 i -, ,:, 1 . Ik, , X D' sf .,. . I' - fob .e Ill if 1? NL ' R. .. z Y if V A' at able No Primo 1 1 Q-. Q.. 5 W llll .I , , .L KINDERGARTEN AND READINESS Q ' .ll ee ls ,S f Upper Left -M BUS DRIVERS W- David Stults, Dianna Overmyer, Mary Shidler, Paulette Detwiler, Duretta Yoquelet, Den- nis Bailey. Upper Right - Richard Davenport -- Transportation Coordinator. Center Left -- COOKS - Ellen DeWitt, Mary Hooker 1Head Cookj, Wahneeta Wat- son, Rosemary DePue, Roberta Slngrey, Darlene Cowger. Center Right - Ron Becker, Van Driver. Lower Left - Maintenance Staff - Fred Van Duyne, Head Cnstodiang Darlene Cowger, Matrong Roberta Singrey, Matrong Bill Stults, Custodian. Lower Right H- Rose Arehambeault, Custodian. STAFF PEOPLEf69 Jon Alcorn, Mathematics and Computers Carol Arnett, Elementary P.E. Julie Awald, Health and P.E. Beverly Barrett, Grade 3 Suzanne Belcher, Speech and Hearing Therapist. Cheryl Bright, Grade 3. Tami Brock, Vocal Music Barbara Brown, Grade l Sandra Burroughs, Instrumental Music Deborah Calhoun, Grade 3 Ginger Calhoun, Social Studies and Business Eugene Cooper, Science Michelle Cook, Teacher Aide Dan Couch, Mathematics and Science Lori Cox, Readiness Boyd Davis, Health and P.E. S Wilma Doll, Aide Jackie Edwards, Aide Mary Gates, LDXEMR Teacher - Elementary Valerie Harley, Grade 1. Julie Hamer, Jr.-Sr. High School EMRILD Teacher y , Edith, Hastings, Special Education, i Ve ,QV Tmllerl i Heishman, Speech and English Tazmi Henderson, Kindergarten Y g Karen Heltzel, Jr.-Hi. TMR Teacher . Chris Hulse, Kindergarten Rick Hutchinson, Vocational Agriculture Barbara Johnson, Grade 2 Boer e Kari er Grade 5 ccrl use 2 r A f,ugmexaw1r,JQ. Hi. Mahemzmg so A 'Diane Knight, Elementary Speech C A igockie Levi, Spanish and French, 1 Edriliiiiier, Art ' A B :Kay Miller, Grade 2 H ' Nancy Miller, English B 70 XPEOPLE FACULTY 'M 5 , v f I . ,ff Joan Monteleone, Aide Judy 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 Shirk, Jr. High Reading and English Sonya Shivers, Teachers' Aide . Marsha Smith, Remedial Teacher, Grade K I Eugene Snyder, Health and Social Studies Kim Snyder, Grade 6 Peggy Tate, Hearing Impaired f 6 Carol Thompson, Teacher AidefClerk Lois Trump, Grade 2 ea 1 Tim Van Duyne, Grade 6 Portia Wampler, Grade I Eileen Washburn, Grade 5 Linda. Weaver, Business Philip Weybright, Health and Social Studies James Wysong, Social Studies s E y A A Not Shown -- Mary Jackson, Librarian FACULTY PEOPLE! 71 Upper Left - Ted Chittum, Principal, Jun- ior-Senior High School. Mr. Chittum is our new principal this year. He received a B.S. degree in Industrial Arts Education in 1975 and an M.S. degree in Industrial Arts Edu- cation in 1980 from Indiana State Universi- ty. In 1985, he received an Administrative En- dorsement from Indiana State. He and his wife Jan have two children - Tyler who is tive and Zachary who is one. Mr. Chittum served as Assistant Principal at Triton High School last year and taught industrial arts at Argos from 1975 to 1985. Upper Right - Ronald A. Leichty, Elementary School Principal. B.S., Goshen College. M.S., Indiana State University. Ed.S., Indiana State University. Center Left - Eugene Snyder, Athletic Direc- tor. B.S. Manchester College. lv""""" M.S., St. Francis. Lower Center - Darlene Van Der Weele, BS Ball State University, School Nurse. Lower Right - Daniel Miller, Guidance Dire tor. B.S., Manchester College. M.S., Ball Sta University. 72!PEOPLE 'Administration And School Nurse it S ' ffl Y IL' Upper Left - Shelia Shivers, Treasurer. Upper Right - Jean Redinger, Office Clerk, High School V' Center Left - Joy Hall, Secretary. V Center - Jane Mechling, Library Aide. Center Right - Debra Nifong, Office Clerk, Elementary. Lower Left - Lois Edmonds, Office Clerk, High School. Office Staff PEOPLEX73 W X. glllllwf H93 ' if f ,'mh" lffkf'lEf:QflJf TQTFZTV f L:1!ff:YiiQEi'k?f7?Sfii f nonne i 58i Wmdow MH me eiasmne and .nwgmw , W .... , , VV... is W ' -- -... 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The students must also have good character, exhibit good service, and provide good leadership. Students have to be nominated by the faculty and their chosen by a committee of teach- ers, the galdanee counselor, and the principal. This year the National Honor Society held a Rock-af Thou for twelve hours. The money earned went to help Anne Stoekberger. The members also raked leaves for the elderly residents of Argos. One of thegoalsofthe Conacilistoralsennmeyfor school improvements. The members workul as es corts at the Parent Teacher Conferences. Below - HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL HONOR SO- CIETY - Jodi Shivers and Matt Krom. 0 76! GROUPS Top - HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL HONOR SOCI ETY - Row 1 - Left to Right - Kirk Bailey, Cheryl Ellis, Lisa Overmyer, Lisa Patton. Row 2 - Kathy Anagnostou, Karla Snyder, Jeanne Mar- tens, Wes Nellans, Jeff Thompson, Chris Redlin. Row 3 - Chad Johnson, Tammy Ellis. Center Right -- JUNIOR HIGH NATIONAL H OR SOCIETY - Row 1 - Left to Right - St anie Wood, Gretchan Thompson, Kerry Ha barger, Amy Kline. Row 2 - Lucinda Rho Carrie Brown, Jennifer Umbaugh, Amee Van Wheele, Kyri Bailey, Gayle. Stults. Row 3 - Robert Barcus, Craig Ellis, Melisa Sh Brian Powell, Lori Lard, Todd Hissong. i me . News--5-asia-.aW...gf..,.,,..w.... SM... . i, to Leah 31856 - f ' te fe - FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA - to Right - Row 1 - Leslie Lappin, Jamie V, Mike Sherman, Lee Leffert, Sonney Person- 5, Rich Miller, Bryan Hall. 2 - Eric Barlow, Jim Doody, Tony Houin, Middaugh, Mike Curry, Kerry Eiler, Allen dows, Kelly Hoffman, Vince Hoffman, Brian .son. Upper Right - Tyler Tuttle congratulates Kerry Eiler for winning the 1988 Star Chapter Famer Award. Thompson, Tony Houin, Mike Susits, Wes Nellans, Charlie Redinger, Kerry Eiler. Row 4 - Jennifer McKinney, Abby Manuwal, Tammy Savage, Shelley Singrey, Pam Davenport, Michelle Thomas, Gina LaVanWay, Marty Martin, Chris Butler. Row 5 - Johanna Hoeffer, Debbie Trump, Laurie Brown, Kelly Hanley, Gina Hollar, Jodi Grossman, Nicole Heinzmann, John Vanator. Row 6 - Lucinda Rhodes, Wendy Barbour, Kerry Harshbarger, Heather Clemons, Amy Kline, Karyn Gordon, Tausha Hissong, Jeremy Smith, Louise Lauderback. Row 7 - Tommi Quimby, Laretta Ruiz, Melissa Shaw, Kyri Bailey, Aimee Van Der Wheele, Lori Lard, Leon Cowger, Dana Alderfer, Gayla Stults, Stephanie Wood, Gretchan Thompson. Row 8 - Carrie Heckaman, Carrie Brown, Londa Davenport, Amy Eley, Jennifer Umbaugh, Andy Nifong, Ben Tolson, Craig Ellis, Todd Hissong, Ja- son Gordon. Not Shown - Shawn Thompson. The FFA Soil Judging Team went to the State Contest. Members of the team included Rich Miller, Phil Middaugh, John Vanator, and Lee Lef- fert. Kerry Eiler, Lee Leffert, Tony Houin, Rich Miller, Jaime Flory, Mike Sherman, and Leslie Lap- pin attended the State Leadership Contest. GROUPSX77 Upper right - HIGH SCHOOL SPELLING TEAM - Left to Right - Row 1 - Matt Krom, James Ryan, Kirk Nellans. Row 2 - Lisa Overmyer, Jamie Mullaney, Laurie Brown, Amyggynlbykin, Nikki KIPB1, Sarah Slabaugln 'L'H 'V H L Center Right d-- JUNIOR HIGH SPEIJANG TEAM -- Left tn Right -- Row 1 - Lucinda Rhodes, Amy Kline, Melissa Shaw, April Baker, Kerry Harsh- barger. Raw 2 -0- Andy Nifeng, Ben Tolsun, Eric Reid, Jeremy Snead, Anne-e Van Der Wheele. Lower Rigl3ti,1.g5gjEORESTRY TEAM -- Row 1 -M Leftfte Bight - Jennifer Memos, Amee Van Der Wheeie, Jaime Mullaney, Stacy Shirk. Row 2 -- Dawn Miller, Lisa Overmyer, Teri Harley. Center left -- STH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS -- Bottom to Top -- Stephanie Wood, President, Kyri Bailey, Vice Bxfesidentg Wendy Barbmif, Secretary, Amy Kline, Tixiiesurer. -HL'L L fx , Lower Left M- 7TH GRADE GLASS QFFIGERS - Top to Bottom - Andy Nifong, Treasurer, Amy Eley, Secretary, Carrie Brown, Vice President, Todd Hisseng, President. 'gy ' 781 GROUPS er Left - YEARBOOK STAFF - Left to t - Row 1 - Co-Editor Johanna Hoeffer, br Lisa Overmyer, Sponsor Linda Weaver. Row Jeanne Martens, Shelley Singrey fAlbum Sec- , Jennifer McKinney fSports Editor and Pho- Lpherj, Tammy Ellis Q0rganization Section Copy Writerj, Angi Becker, Jennifer Trump. 3 - Cheryl Ellis, Karra Thompson fAlbum ony, Karla Snyder, Lee Becker, Kellie Nolin, Nicole Heinzmann, Jodi Grossman. Lower Left - FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 0F AMERICA - Row 1 - Left to Right - Sponsor Linda Weaver, Vice President Lee Becker, Presi- dent Karla Snyder, Historian Abby Manuwal. Row 2 - Jennifer McKinney, Tammy Ellis, Leah Eley, Debbie Trump. Row 3 - SecretaryfTreasurer Karra Thompson, Amy Morris, Lora Alderfer, Lisa Alderfer, not shown - Reporter Carmen Gates. ew Club: FBLA AD SALES TEAMS - Row 1 - First Place: Shel- ley Singrey, Jennifer McKinney. Row 2 - Second Place: Jodi Grossman, Lisa Overmyer. Row 3 - Third Place: Lee Becker, Shelly Wilhelm. Row 4 - Lisa Miller, Lisa Alderfer, Kim Crow. Row 5 - Leslie Shankle, Kellie Nolin. FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America - was started this year at AHS. It started out with seven members and ended up with twelve. The members went on a field trip to Biomet in Warsaw and observed National FBLA week. The High School Spelling Team placed First in division at the local level. The Forestry Judging Team went to the national contest. p 79X GROUPS Below - Karla Snyder serves food during the high school lunch hour to help the cooks - Mary Hook- er and Wahneeta Watson. Above - Rich Shidler "smiles" while washing dishes in the kitchen. 80 X GROUPS Upper Right - OFFICE HELPERS - Left To Right - Debbie Trump, Lora Alderfer, Kim Crow, Michelle Thomas, Lisa Miller, Shelia Ketchum, Teri Harley, Dawn Miller, Tanya Troyer. Center Right - KITCHEN HELPERS - Row 1 - Left to Right - Bobby Curtis, Lisa Patton, Karla Snyder, Jennifer McKinney, Wendy Smith, Steph- anie Summers. Row 2 - Chris Lacher, Craig Davis, Marty Martin, Rich Shidler, Chris Butler. Lower Right - LIBRARY HELPERS - Lef Right - Stephanie Summers, Andy Nifong, M sa Shaw Haley Hipskind. Row 2 - Shelia chum, Tamar Troyer, Linda Ballinger, Amy S rist, Candy Bash, Sarah Norman, Jodi Gross Jaime Mullaney. Row 3 - Chris Lacher, W Powell, Ben Tolson. Row 4 - Mark Hollingswo X 'N The Newspaper Staff published the Dragon's Roar every six weeks. The newspaper was set up on a new Apple computer. The editors of the paper were Teri Harley, Cheryl Ellis, Debbie Trlunp, Tammy Ellis, and Shawn Thompson. There were 55 girls in Sunshine Society this year. They started the year with a Food Drive Dance which provided food for twelve needy families. They had S1500 profit from their candy sale. This money was part- ly used to buy decorations for a very successful enter Left - SUNSHINE SOCIETY - Left to ight - Row 1 - Sponsor Jean Redinger, J enni- er McKinney, Karla Snyder, Jodi Shivers, Cheryl llis, Jeanne Martens, Sposnor Julie Harner. ow 2 - Sandy Shipley, Lori Rosebaum, Melissa ard, Heather Burnett, Kellie Nolin, Teri Harley, ammy Ellis. ow 3 - Tracy Dickson, Tammy Vires, Johanna oeffer, Shelley Singrey, Tammy Savage, Debbie rump, Kim Crow, Lisa Alderfer, Lora Alderfer, Row 4 - Melissa DePoy, Lori Weston, Mischelle Marchand, Dawn Miller, Amy Sechrist, Kelly Han- ley, Jodi Grossman, Nicole Heinzmann. Row 5 - Stephanie Summers, Wendy Smith, Karra Thompson, Amy Morris, Leah Eley, Laurie Brown, Jaime Mullaney, Gina Hollar, Abby Manuwal. Row 6 - Melissa Kline, Sarah Schlabach, Nikki Krom, Stacy Shirk, Tausha Hissong, Shelia Ket- chum, Kim Harrington, Louise Lauderback. Sunshine Dance. Some of the profit was sent as a donation to Riley Children's Hospital. The Library staff shelve books, check out books and magazines for other students, and help with bulletin boards. The Staff enjoyed an annual Christmas party at Miss Jackson's home. The Of- fice girls answered the phone, distributed the mail, greeted parents, recorded daily attendance, and did other jobs for Mr. Chittum, Mrs. Redinger, Mr. Miller, and Mrs. Edmonds. The Kitchen Helpers served food and washed dishes. SSS Holds Food Drive Dance SIXGROUPS Center Right - FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - Left to Right - Row l - Leslie Shankle, Nicole Johnson, Kellie Nolin, Melissa age, Kathy Anagnostou, Lora Alderfer, Nic Heinzmaun, Teri Harley, Nikki Krom, Sarah Scl bach, Leah Eley, Laurie Brown. Picture 1 - Top Left - FRESHMAN CLASS OF- FICERS - Left to Right -- Treasurer Nicole Van- Dusen, Secretary Nikki Krom, Vice President Stacy Shirk, President Jeremy Smith. Picture 2 -- Top Left - SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - Left to Right - Secretary Troy Dunlap, Vice President Laurie Brown, Treasurer Lee Leffert, President Brian Dillie. Picture 3 - Left - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Left to Right - Secretary Tammy Ellis, Treasurer Shelley Singrey, Vice President Teri Harley. Not Shown - President Eric Barlow. Picture 4 - Left - SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Left to Right - Secretary Lisa Overmyer, Vice President Cheryl Ellis, President Jodi Shivers, Treasurer Jeanne Martens. 82 f GROUPS Lard, Camma Capes, Carla Cowger, Heather Bur- nett, Carol Schmidlapp - Sponsor. Row 2 - An- gie Becker, Lisa Alderfer, Kim Crow, Johanna Hoeffer, Michelle Thomas, Pam Davenport, Donna Overmyer, Nicole Van Dusen, Karyn Gordon, Melis- sa Depoy, Jennifer Bostwick. Row 3 - Stacy Shirk, Jennifer Trump, Shelia Ketcham, Kim Har- rington, Tausha Hissong, Kris Capes, Erica Hens- ley, Lisa Pesak, Kelly Hanley, Karra Thompson, Lori Weston, Sandy Shipley. Row 4 - Melissa Kline, Tracy Dickson, Tammy Vires, Tammy Sav- Lower Right - FUTURE EDUCATORS OF AME CA - Left to Right - Karla Snyder, Teri Hari Cheryl Ellis, Johanna Hoeffer. Row 2 - Jenn: McKinney, Tammy Ellis, Shelley Singrey, Tam Savage, Heather Burnett, Kellie Nolin, Amy S4 rist. Row 3 - Nicole VanDusen, Lisa Pesak, Sa Schlabach, Nikki Krom, Dawn Miller, Jodi Gm man, Nicole Heinzmaun, Lisa Overmyer. Row 4 Kris Capes, Melissa Kline, Jennifer Bostwick, na Overmyer, Karyn Gordon, Erica Hensley, S Shirk. 'Mis sklseicisiirgi Bottom Left - BOYS' AND GIRLS' INTRAMUR- ALS - Left to Right - Row 1 - Jennifer McKin- ney, Mike Mechling, Amy Morris, Debbie Trump, Laurie Brown, Leah Eley, Abby Manuwal. Row 2 - Tony Houin, Mike Susits, Tammy Savage, Jeff 0'Dell, Wiley Powell, John Dietl, Nick Wood. Row 3 - Kerry Eiler, Troy Dunlap, Randy Stutler, Brian Johnson, Andre Nicodemus. W'cF'W:'f'e:g:sgg:m:s:JfiwiiswwwmsimlMy-A J: 2 giiwiahffi'55?3?f:'3?5S?Zx2535S2?Qgsfgfgiiii Zlizfik 1 735 I . 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'ffm Y Y : I ' W-i .' , 1 f v ...W - N i 8 3 1 l n i 3 2 Q ' Q ,Mi Q .2 M .. fi if ff S if' E Y ggi' M ,A h M N , N M' N Q, -75 ix , i f K is Q LQQV i n .gX.' i X ' Q ,. , LiR5.M,, 4 a 3, ,, Q lp, ,., E ,ffw M, R ,V Aw ,Z 11595 ,um Www O ' Left - Miss Appassionata von Climax - Jodi Shivers - files her nails. She is General Bullmoose's "personal secre- tary." 'Sa' "lst +. W 'Use U Above - Mayor of Dogpatch - Bruce Johnson - makes an impor- tant announcement. Upper Right - Mammy Yokum - Heather Burnett - conjures up some bad thoughts about Abner's future. SPRING MUSICALKSQ Lower Left - The citizens of Dogpatch have a "Cornpone Meetin'." 5 p Q. s Allen Marsh enjoy a slow dance of the evening. Lower Left - Charlie Redinger and Niki Krom Stevens take a break from dancing. Upper Right- Traci Dickson and Harold Ever- share a special moment together. Upper Left - Nicole Johnson and her date age sit on the patio. Lower Right - Johanna Hoeffer and Doug eaven in our EYE On May 7, 1988, the Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Rochester Elks Club. The music was provided by Illegal Proce- dure. The Afterprom was sponsored by the Lions' Club at Quicks Lanes in Plymouth. Upper Left - Melissa Lard and Jamie Ruhnow dance to the music of the juke box while the band takes a break. Lower Right - Chris Butler watches the couples while Mr. Chittum checks his watch. Lower Left - Teri Harley and Blaine Cooper keep up with the quick tempo of the "Illegal Procedure." A I5 .. . gz . M" :"f 'V H U 1- I' x PROM!91 it Q il E5 5 fi if is E! 'E ' fi P S I F Upper Left - Kirk Bailey - J .0. Thompson Awardg Charlie Redinger - American Legion Sportsmanship Award. Upper Right -- Left to Right - Jeff 0'Dell - Soccer MVPQ Joey Stone - Dragon Award, Kirk Bailey - Dragon Award, Charlie Re dinger - Dragon Awardg Steve Hudspeth - All Conference Goalieg David Stults - Batting Trophy. Center Right - Left to Right - Row 1 - Jeanne Martens - All Sports Award, Captain Award, American Legion Sportsmanship Awardg Melissa Lard - MVP - Basketball, All Sports Awardg Cheryl Ellis - All Sports Award, American Legion Sportsmanship Award. Row 2 - Charlie Redinger - Blanket, Captain Award, Karla Snyder - American Legion Cheerleading Award, All Sports Award, Jodi Shivers - Outstanding Senior Athlete Award, All Sports Awardg Kirk Bailey - All Sports Award, Outstanding Senior Athlete Award, Blan- ket, Captain Award. Lower Right - Peggy Rickman - MVP - Trackg Kelly Hanley - JV Free Throw Award. Center Left - Left to Right - Row 1 - Jeff Thompson - MVP - Golf, Captain Awardg Joey Stone - MVP - Basketballg Steve llud' speth - MVP - Track. Row 2 - Chris McLoughlin - Dragon Awardg Chris Redlin - Dragon Awardg Chad Johnson - Free Throw Award - Varsity Basketball, Ted Middleton - Dragon Award. dl' y,,, , I KM mifefww wards Upper Left - Left to Right - Row 1 - Lisa Overmyer - John Phillip Sousa, Senior Math, American Legion - Science, Spanish, Yearbook Editor, President's Academic Fitness, D.A.R. Good Citi- zenship, National Honor Society, 4-Year 100'X1 High Honor, Hazel Dell Neff Smelser Scholarship, FEA Nellie Newhouse Scholar- ship, Jostens Scholarship, American Legion Citizenship, Ball State Admission with Distinction, Ball State Music Honor Certifi- cate, Herff Jones Principal's Award, Century III School Winner, Americanism and Govemment State Winner, Karla Snyder - National Honor Society, Altrusa Scholarship, Ball State!Roush Scholarship, FEA Nellie Newhouse Scholarship, Lisa Patton, French, National Honor Society, 4-Year 100'X, Honor Roll, Ball State Admission with Distinction, Wes Nellans - Instrumental Director's Award, President's Academic Fitness, National Honor Society, 1-Year 100'K1 High Honor Roll, Purdue University Certifi- cate, A Pearsonship Scholarship. Row 2 - Kellie Nolin - FEA Nellie Newhouse Scholarship, Green-Walnut Young Farmers Scholarship, Cheryl Ellis - National Honor Society, FEA Nellie Newhouse Scholarship, Leeper Scholarship, Jeanne Martens - Accounting, National Honor Society, Shawn Thompson - Presi- dent's Academic Fitness, Hoosier Scholar, Volunteer Firemen Scholarship, National Honor Society, Purdue University Certifi- cate, 1-Year l00'X, Honor Roll, Jodi Shivers - Choral Director's Award, National Honor Society, Goss Scholarship. Row 3 - Charlie Redinger - Building Trades Corporation Scholarship, Kirk Bailey - Art III, Indiana Colmcil of Teachers of Math, National Honor Society, American Legion Citizenship, lst Source Bank Scholarship, Rose Hulman Honor, Heather Burnett - Arion Music Award, Wayne University of Cosmetology Scholar- ship, Mike Mechling - Art III, Toni Farlow - Horticulture. Center Left - Left to Right - Row 1 - Carmen Gates - Typing I, Nikki Krom - 100'Z, Honor Roll, Stacy Shirk - FEA Award. Row 2 - Damon Leichty - Geometry, 10021 Honor Roll, Keith Norman - 1-Year l00'X1 High Honor Roll, Dawn Miller - Office Assistant, Sarah Norman - Biology, Library Assistant, 100'XJ Honor Roll. Row 3 - Brian Dille - 100'X, High Honor, Tim Norman - 1-Year 100'Xi High Honor Roll, Kirk Nellans - 100'Z1 Honor Roll, Jason Thompson - 100'X1 Honor Roll, Steve Wilhelm - l00'X, High Honor. Lower Left - Johanna Hoeffer - CTA Scholarship, Youth for Understanding International Exchange, Teri Harley - Office Assistant, Girls' State, Chad Johnson - 1-Year 100'K, High Honor Roll, Matt Krom - Algebra II, Chemistry, Academic Letter Sweater, 1-Year 10071 Honor Roll, 1-Year l00'X, High Letter Sweater, 1-Year 100K Honor Roll, 1-Year 1007, High Honor Roll, Boys' State. NOT SHOWN: -- Stephanie Summers and Todd Feldman - Special Education Certificates. Jennifer Trump - Art II, Short- hand. David Trump - Algebra I. Jeff Thompson - Indiana Council of Teachers of Math, Academic Letter Sweater, 1002 High Honor. Shelley Singrey - Girls' State. Scott Shirk - Art l. Warren Schultz - Ag Mechanic. Chris Redlin - Boys' State. Lisa Miller - Typing II. AWARDSX93 if ' N V4 fi xi '.'k' Q ,Q 1 in 1 five only ust begun May 29, 1988 Upper Left - Lisa Overmyer speaks about friends and friend- ship. Upper Right - Shawn Thompson speaks about our numerous responsibilities. Center Right - Mixed emotions are shown by the Senior Class members. Lower Left - The Choir includes many Senior members. Lower Right - The Seniors receive congratulations outside. 96 I GRADUATION I N E ARGU DR AG 0151 SPORTS Upper Right - Joey Stone forces his way up for two points. Center Left - Charlie Redinger looks to pass inside. Center - Cory Dennie drives the lane for an easy jump shot. Center Right - Chris Redlin plays defense on the inbound pass. Lower Left - Ted Middleton shows his imique style in shooting over his defender. 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Center Left - The crowd, players, and coaches show mixed emotions during the homecoming game. Lower Left - Chad Johnson looks to the bench for final instructions. Center Right -- Kirk Bailey moves his WHY through the middle to shoot two. VARSITY BASKETBALL! 99 AMC NEW COACM BOYD DAW! Upper Left - Charlie Redinger pulls the ball down after a rebolmd and is ready to head up court. Upper Right - Brian Trlunp takes a breather until the referee hands him the ball. 100 f VARSITY BASKETBALL Center - VARSITY BASKETBALL - Row 1 - Brian Tmmp, Cory Dennie, Ted Middleton, Chad Johnson, Steve Hudspeth, Brian Dille. Row 2 - Assistant Coach Ray Davis, Joey Stone, Charlie Redinger, Eric Barlow, Kirk Bai- ley, Chris Redlin, Coach Boyd Davis. Lower Right - Ted, Eric, and Joey movelg block out their defenders. .:. ,... z . ., tggggeg s i 4 5 gl Q 'S- -:--- f .-.:.l Z.. : i , , i , . . H- MW...- 'wgw -?5:3Ei i'::: E:si: ::: - 5-5 s:E:5:-E' ,,'. 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Center - Then Coach Davis shows the players how it's really done. Center Right - Brian Dille shows he's ready for Sectional with his dancing. Lower Left - But, all in all, the players still play tough! Z 4 Em as Era: 22? 1 2 1 4 W I FRESHMEN SCOREBOARD A , Q ,,,, W It Q ef, R w Th 1 ., e ey gi H LaVille 39 33 L 'T 1 RQ 0-D 43 30 ,,,,Q gp . ,,... 'WHS 33 70 ,ze 3ef taeeef limi Z5 3 ' ' ' l'l 0Il .Q ' f A CMA 32 45 :f"-":' X Z GICIIII 19 49 A 26 39 5 5, at 4 If Glenn - 4-WHY 23 58 ,I 87 ' 4 1 2 H 04' - 4'WaY 57 39 T T laee L :fri , Caston 23 54 :f fv ,,,, of 9'5" V K , . sw fxzsgxzfs gunman-an A I 5 1 siilf , A.,. , ,.v., ,. WY- ..,, eww fwfaqwgwgggfggggggwiw fi 4 f" Salt ' new 1? fi? if Kb if U Ma view' ,,, ty, wif tl W, vi fi ME ii 505' . V M L,, are e v f Aee aaa? i I , E l as 3: , 5, QZ. . 4 ' M I 1 3,14 bb . E I' Upper Left - Greg Hollar fights to gain control of the ball. Lower Left - Todd Redlin jlunps for the tip. Lower Right - David Trump stops for a jump shot. Center - FRESHMEN BASKETBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Russell Marchand, Presley Edwards, Phil Mid- daugh, Steve Wilhelm, Andy Stone. Row 2 - Mike Curry, Todd Redlin, Greg Hollar, Cory Hollar, Jason Thompson, David Trump, Coach Mark Neukam. SPORTS! 103 VARSITY SCOREBOARD We They Triton 26 31 Culver 36 50 Lakeland 28 45 Plymouth 39 66 LaLumiere 26 28 TVHS 29 84 Triton - 4-Way 14 37 Culver - 4'Way 26 41 Marian 32 54 Caston 17 51 CGA 1 7 55 0-D 31 54 CGA - Bi-County 43 56 Knox 29 48 LaVille 21 51 LaVille - Sectional 22 61 Upper Right - B-TEAM BASKETBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Coach Eugene Snyder, Melissa Kline, Kelly Hanley, Karra Thompson, Nicole John- son, Stacy Shirk, Manager Dawn Miller. Center Right - VARSITY BASKET- BALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Cheryl Ellis, Melissa Lard, Jennifer Mc- Kinney, Nicole Johnson, Manager Dawn Miller. Row 2 - Gina Hollar, Karla Snyder, Jeanne Martens, Jodi Shivers, Coach Julie Awald. .,.. ,f,, -V,, gm, f Y I nr W J f" 1? W""' el c iiii 1 f ' A' fv 1:-w 'mv- .' lm ' ' C ,, ,. T ,. , ' ' "" ' Am--4 V- 4 , , , 5 , ,, 6 ..,,,,, ,,,-e.., 1 ,- . sl , ie' p J ii,,, , , c" ' Center Left - Melissa Lard inbounds the ball. Lower Right - Melissa Lard, Jodi Shiv- ers, and Cheryl Ellis prepare for the game. 104f SPORTS aw E fi P' ...I Q .,. .. gi, f .En 147853 fo ,, ,,,, on 2 3, 3 ee- -,RMK B-TEAM SCOREBOARD We They Triton 16 21 Culver 21 25 Plymouth 13 25 LaL1uniere 35 18 TVHS 11 49 Caston 25 38 CGA 15 16 0-D 10 30 CGA - Bi-County 23 25 Knox 11 23 LaVille 18 33 Upper Left - Jennifer McKinney lays it up for two. Upper Right - Stacy Shirk looks to pass the ball. Center Left - Kelly Hanley and Nicole John- son play tough defense. Center - Gina Hollar shoots for one. Center Right - Karra Thompson is waiting to inbound the ball. Lower Left - Karla Snyder finds it tough to shoot. SPORTSX 105 '52 V L1 1, NQW 'ax ,gg W, 'Q ,717 Q , VK WA 17 gmswfxf QRYEWQQ Qlwlf 42 x 35 W W ,EQQQ QQ? 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Upper Center - Charlie Redinger gives it all he's got in the long jump. Upper Right - Chris Butler reaches for a new record in the long jump. Center Right - BOYS' TRACK TEAM - Left to Right - Row 1 - John Vanator, Matt Krom, Chris Redlin, Andy Stone, Steve Dietl, Randy Stutler. Row 2 - Manager Marty Martin, Chris McLoughlin, Joey Stone, Steve Hudspeth, Char- lie Redinger, Manager Brian Trump. Row 3 - Coach Mark Neukam, Scott Shirk, Chris Butler, Eric Barlow, Todd Redlin, Kirk Bailey, Manager Chris Lacher. Lower Right - GIRLS' TRACK TEAM - Left to Right - Row 1 - Jeanne Martens, Deanna Cooper, Denise Cooper, Donna Overmyer, Me- lissa Kline. Row 2 - Coach Julie Awald, Cheryl Ellis, Jen- nifer Bostwick, Kelly Hanley, Jodi Grossman, Peggy Rickman, Manager Dawn Miller. The following Boys' Track Team members set new records: Kirk Bailey - shot put, 51'3" and disc, 133'9"g Steve Hudspeth, Chris McLaughlin, Chris Redlin, and Joey Stone - 400 relay, 45.9, Steve Hudspeth - 200 meter, 23.2, Steve Hudspeth - 100 meter, 11.35 Keith Norman - 1600 meter, 4:50.5. 1 gre 110fTRACK B S f r 9 Q ziixiciis a W , w e - 2 w e ' zsiifwiiei X. fe m ?fwe?:m::2wweZs2s ii 'zfezzigiliiiiszm 5532525225 Q K ww f f is raw? ,wwvzc we ,,t,...J W ,we ,fwzzze Q eQrxsssrm.wr1::,s:a,x:si MW , V if fFs':tZT-FitfiliyteffS1111siilsgigatsetwgwgsf We f 'ii Sa Q ...H Q 1 ,asus ziggy., TRACK wsu we ri F if Upper Left - Todd Redlin clears the high jump bar with great ease. Center Left - Kirk Bailey throws a practice disc before a meet. Center - Peggy Rickman warms up before a meet. Center Right - Jeanne Martens winds up before releas- ing the shot put. Lower Left - Here are a few members of the Boys' Track team after the Sectional contests had been run. Both Steve Hudspeth and Kirk Bailey advanced to the Regional by placing fourth. Lower Right - Seniors Brian and Charlie take a minute to pose for the camera. TRACKXI 11 1 - it , , . - fr.. ,i S.. 4 f , I x '- " X: SRG -. .i ' .. .4 f ,.,M, , W m. n Q. ski . 1 .., I was i A X 7 x 'E . in . v t -".--. 5?i1EE" " Q X li i 1 s 44 4 .. - .- . . W I A ,,. V' ,,, .tr f A-7 - Sfgflm , , i at 1 ' ., ., , . , - , W r K 5 3,9 A f S' N I . g??:x,j: V7 . 24 S- . . "' igusgw i 'N get ww My K i i 'ff fray..- I' ,- Q I V kj i, Q -' NN .. rg! mf? ' W? i 1.1 U ' 5' 'F"'i. "' 31 , 1 ' " 4 L ,W MIM i f'-f W K , , M, , ' :arm "' - K . at Q-M ' we '32 ii . , -u Q an 9 1 ' 1 iff' ,K Q. 4999, 'E mf , , v is , J-df 1 1 Q 1 f 5' E it Wm. 3, , 45 ' ,Mr 3 . yu is 11 f Q ' 5 W we Y Y ' 1' 1 I " Y u ev 'K 5' 1, -. , , " 1- ,.f,.-V , L' 9 iw ,,, -mka,,'gEHnq-gn-:as g i x . ' 1 "' f 5 1' Q " 'ul-J, ' 44' ' t - X, i Center Left - Damon Leichty makes a good catch even with his eyes closed. Upper Right - Joey Stone relaxes in the sun before the game. Center Right - Mike, Nick, Andy, and Jeremy take a break to pose for the camera. Lower Right - After making a hard catch, Shawn Thompson throws the ball in from cen- ter field. 1 12 X BASEBALL 4 ii'i? I .Y , fe- -4: nu i Unlike 5 lm.,-it ...pr-we Y 9 ,I K ,fl 2 w ,L ,,,, ' fi 753' Q . i..,..... XB Upper Left - Ted Middleton practices his swing before going to the plate. Upper Right - Scott Shirk gives a practice pitch to one of his teammates. Center - VARSITY BASEBALL - Left to Right - Row 1 - Mike Curry, Andy Stone, Chad Johnson, Ted Middleton, Jeremy Hartle, James Lancaster. Row 2 - Scott Shirk, Joey Stone, Nick Wood, Shawn Thompson, Mike Susits, Eric Barlow, Damon Leichty, Chris Redlin, Coach Boyd Da- vis. Lower Left - Mike Curry makes a good catch at first base. Upper Right - Cheryl Ellis and Karla Snyder get ready to start a cheer. Center Left - EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS - Clockwise - Gretchan Thompson, Stephanie Wood, Dana Alderfer, Gayla Stults. Center Right - SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEAD- ERS - Top to Bottom - Carrie Heckman, Carrie Brown, Londa Davenport, Amy Eley. ,, pa, ,L 1 f Q , 9 7 ... , , H O' i at , J- - ,A, gy, .Q ,HM ,,,. ,M ,4 .. 4 NJ-an 4 .Www Lower Left - FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS - Left to Right - Jennifer Bostvdck, Erica Hensley, Karyn Gordon, Sarah Schlabach. 1 MXCHEERLEADERS fmwlaf Upper Left -- VARSITY SENIORS give a big smile for their last year. VIMIES CHEERLEADERS Center Left - VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Left to Right - Carmen Gates, Jodi Shivers, Cheryl Ellis, Karla Snyder, Tammy Ellis. Lower Left - B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS - Sitting - Melissa Kline, Nikki Krom, Stacy Shirk. Standing - Teri Harley, Leah Eley. Upper Right - Cheryl, Melissa, Leah, and Kar- la build a pyramid during the Jimtown game. CHEERLEADERS! 1 15 Center Left - Doug Stevens makes an impor- tant putt during a golf match. Upper Right - HIGH SCHOOL GOLF - Left to Right - Row 1 - Chris 0'Dell, Bill Bar- bour, Kirk Nellans, Phil Middaugh, Steve Wil- helm, Chris Thomas. Row 2 - Doug Harsh- barger, Doug Stevens, Chad Overmyer, Jason Thompson, Mike Susits, Jeff Thompson, not shown - Coach Phil Weybright. Center Right - JUNIOR HIGH GOLF -- Left to Right - Doug Andrews, Bryan Powell, Ja- son Hill, not shown - Todd Hissong. Lower Left - Jeff Thompson gets ready to tee off. 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Becker, Lee 4, 5, 18, 46, 79, 146. Bender, Tina 35, 61. Bishop, Casie 35, 61. Bixel, Mike 35, 60, 106. Boonkaw, Charley 4, 18, 24, 38. Bostwick, Jennifer 7, 11, 35, 58, 82, 110, 114, 147. Bowers, Mark 60. Brock, Kathy 56. Brown, Carrie 36, 61, 76, 77, 78, 106, 107, 114. Brown, Laura 7, 15, 16, 36, 37, 56, 77, 78, 81, 82, 83. Burnett, Heather 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 18, 20, 21, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37, 77, 81, 82, Student Index 84, 88, 89, 93, 95. Butler, Chris 5, 7, 36, 37, 42, 43, 54, 80, 91, 110. Butler, Kelly 4, 18. C Campbell, Claudia 60. Campbell, Hazel 50, 54. Capes, Camma 2, 4, 6, 7, 19, 21, 31, 35, 77, 82, 84, 95. Capes, Kris 40, 42, 58, 82. Carter, Sherry 60, 67. Chilton, Jason 61. Clemons, Heather 35, 36, 60, 77, 107. Clemons, Jackie 56. Cooper, Deanna 56, 110, 148. Cooper, Denise 56, 110, 148. Cowger, Carla 2,4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 19, 20, 21, 31, 35, 36, 37, 77, 82, 84, 95. Cowger, Leon 35, 36, 61. Cowger, Michael 7, 36, 37, 58. Crow, Kim 6, 7, 54, 79, 80, 81, 82. Crum, Duane 7, 36, 61, 106, 107. Culp, Heather 35, 60. Curry, Michael 9, 58, 77, 103, 113. Curtis, Bobby 35, 60. D Davenport, Londa 36, 61, 77, 83, 107, 114. Davenport, Pam 7, 36, 37, 54, 77, 82. Davis, Craig 4, 19, 28, 80. Denney, Travis 56. Dennie, Cory 8, 56, 98, 100. DePoy, Melissa 54, 81, 82. Detwiler, Tim 58. Devault, Dianne 58. Dickson, Tracy 6, 7, 36, 37, 54, 81, 82, 84, 90. Dietl, John 5, 8, 44, 54, 83. Dietl, Paul 4, 19. Dietl, Steven 58, 110. Dille, Brian 41, 56, 82, 93, 100, 101, 102. Dunlap, Troy 8, 56, 82, 83. Dunn, Steven 58. E Ecklebarger, Justin 60. Edwards, Preston 9, 34, 35, 58, 83, 84, 103. Eiler, Kerry 4, 20, 22, 45, 52, 77, 83. Eley, Amy 36, 61, 77, 78, 106, 107, 114. Eley, Leah 13, 41, 56, 77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 115. Ellis, Cheryl 4, 10, 12, 20, 22, 38, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 92, 93, 95, 104, 110, 114,115. Ellis, Craig 35, 61, 76, 77, 106. Ellis, Tammy 11, 14, 16, 54, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82, 82, 83, 115. F Farlow, Toni 4, 20, 22, 25, 93, 148. Fee, Jamie 58. Feldman, Todd 22, 93. Flory, Erin 60. Flory, Jamie 56, 77. Flynn, Necole 36, 61. Fritter, Lee 61. G Ganshom, Chris 60. Gates, Carmen 7, 11, 14, 16, 56, 77, 79, 93, 115. Goodrich, David 60. Gordon, Jason 61, 77. Griffith, Carolyn 61. Grossman, Jodi 3, 6, 7, 11, 36, 37, 56, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 110. Guyse, Eric 61. H Hall, Bryan 3, 45, 56, 77. Hammel, Scott 35, 60. Hanley, Kelly 3, 34, 35, 41, 56, 77, 81, 82, 92, 104, 105, 110. Harley, Teri 12, 13, 35, 54, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82, 84, 88, 91, 93, 115. Harrington, Greg 60. Harrington, Kim 35, 58, 81, 82. Harshbarger, Doug 7, 36, 37, 54, 116. Harshbarger, Kerry 35, 36, 60, 76, 77, 78, 83, 107. Hartle, Jeremy 9, 34, 35, 58, 84, 112, 113, 148. Hartman, Jamie 61, 106. Hartog, Mark. Heckaman, Carrie 7, 35, 36, 61, 77, 106, 107, 114. Heinzmann, Nicole 7, 36, 37, 56, 77, 79, 81, 82, 84. Hensley, Erica 7, 36, 58, 82, 114. Hensley, Peggy 35, 58. Hensley, Shelton 7, 61. Hibner, Adam 61. Hibner, Kathy 60, 107. Hill, Jason 36, 60, 106, 107, 116. Hill, Julie 35, 60, 107. Hinderer, Trevor 36, 61. Hipskind, Haley 35, 61, 80. Hissong, Tausha 35, 36, 37, 58, 77, 81, 82. Hissong, Todd 61, 76, 77, 78, 106. Hoeffer, Johanna 35, 54, 77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 90, 93. Holland, James. Hollar, Cory 9, 58, 103. Hollar, Gina 3, 7, 11, 30, 37, 56, 77, 81, 83, 104, 105. Hollar, Greg 14,16, 58, 103. Hollingsworth, Amy 60. Hollingsworth, Mark 56, 80. Hostetler, Tim 5, 56. Houin, Tony 4, 22, 45, 77, 83. Hudspeth, Steve 8, 54, 77, 83, 92, 99, 100, 110, 111. Hundt, Richard. Hurford, Robert 44, 56, 83. Hutchinson, Cara 7, 61. J Johnson, Billy 54. Johnson, Brian 48, 54, 77, 83. Johnson, Bruce 9, 13, 36, 37, 58, 84, 89. - Johnson, Chad 8, 9, 54, 76, 92, 93, 99, 100, 113. INDEXXI43 Johnson, Harry 56. Johnson, Nicole 4, 6, 7, 12 22, 29, 34, 35, 39, 77, 82, 84, 88, 90, 95, 104, 105. Johnson, Peggy 23, 24, 38. K Ketcham, Sheila 35, 58, 80, 81, 82. Kline, Amy 36, 60, 76, 77, 78, 107. Kline, Marianne 35, 60. Kline, Melissa 12, 13, 34, 35, 41, 42, 58, 77, 81, 82, 83, 84, 115, 147. Kolar, Dean 4, 23, 38. Krom, Matt 43, 51, 54, 76, 77, 78, 93, 110. Krom, Nicole 13, 15, 16, 35, 58, 77, 78, 81, 82, 90, 93, 115. L Lacher, Chris 54, 80, 110. Lancaster, James 44, 56, 84, 113. Lappin, Lesli 56, 77. Lard, Lori 7, 35, 60, 76, 77, 107. Lard, Melissa 2, 4, 10, 11, 12, 20, 21, 23, 24, 35, 52, 77, 81, 82, 91, 92, 104. Lauderback, Louise 35, 58, 77, 81. Lauderback, Wendy 60. Lavanway, Gina 35, 36, 37, 54, 77. Leffert, Lee 7, 15, 16, 36, 37, 41, 49, 56, 82, 84. Leichty, Damon 14, 56, 93, 102, 112, 113. Long, Chris 7, 36, 60. Lowry, Sherry 58. Ludwig, Scott 61, 106, 107 M Manuwal, Abby 56, 79, 81, 83, 86. Manuwal, Adam 36, 60, 107. Manuwal, Seth 61, 106, 107. Marchand, Mischelle 56, 81. Marchand, Russell 34, 35, 58, 88, 103. Martens, Jean 4, 6, 7, 10, 20, 23, 26, 43, 58, 76, 77, 144 f INDEX 7 79, 81, 92, 93, 95, 104, 110, 111, 146. Martens, Jennifer 35, 60, 78, 106, 107. Martin, Dawn 61. Martin, Marty 7, 36, 37, 54, 77, 80, 83, 87, 110. Martin, Robert 56. Martin, Stephanie 35, 61. McCalvin, Andy 61. McCalvin, Scottie 56. McClain, Melanie 35, 60. McGowen, Bryan 61, 106. Mclntire, Mark 54, 86. McKinney, Jennifer 10, 11, 35, 54, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 104, 105. McLaughlin, Chris 12, 43, 54, 92, 110. Mechling, Mike 4, 8, 21, 23, 39, 83, 93. Middaugh, Phil 7, 9, 36, 37, 41, 58, 77, 116. Middleton, Chris 35, 61, 106, 107. Middleton, Ted 8, 54, 77, 92, 98, 100, 113. Miller, Craig 61. Miller, Dawn 7, 36, 37, 49, 56, 78, 80, 81, 82, 93, 104, 110. Miner, Lisa 47, 54, 79, 80, 93. Miller, Richard 9, 36, 37, 58, 77. Mitchell, Tommy 60, 106, 107 Morgan, Rich 58. Morris, Amy 34, 35, 46, 56, 81, 83, 84. Mullaney, David 26, 52. Murphy, Charles 60, 107. N Nellans, Kirk 7, 36, 37, 57, 78, 83, 93, 116. Nellans, Wes 4, 6, 7, 13, 26, 29, 34, 36, 37, 76, 84, 88, 93. Nicodemus, Andre 54, 83. Nieb, Jeff 36, 61. Nieb, Scott 4, 26, 31. Nifong, Andy 36, 61, 77, 78, 80, 106. Noftsger, Jacob 60, 106. Noftsger, Roxie. Nolin, Kellie 4, 21, 26, 77, 79, 81, 82, 93, 148. Norman, Keith 8, 57, 93, 102. Norman, Sarah 57, 80, 93. Norman, Tim 8, 9, 57, 93, 102. 0 0'Brian-Sheldon, Sharon 61. 0'Dell, Christopher 7, 36, 37, 58, 116. o'nen, .Jeff 4, 8, 9, 15, 21, 25, 26, 83, 92. Okerbloom, Stephanie 7, 35, 36. Olivarez, Frank 61. Overmyer, Chad 5, 54, 116. Overmyer, Danni 36, 60, 106. Overmyer, Donna 7, 36, 37 58, 82, 110, 147. Overmyer, Lisa 4, 6, 7, 12, 13, 21, 26, 29, 35, 36, 37, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82, 83, 93, 95, 96, 147. P Paterson, Bill 57. Patton, Lisa 2, 4, 25, 27, 76, 80, 93. Personette, Sonny 57. Pesak, Lisa 7, 36, 37, 58, 82. Powell, Bryan 39, 61, 76, 106, 116. Powell, Wiley 14, 55, 58, 80, 83. Q Quimby, Tom 35, 61, 106, 107. Quimby, Tommi 36, 61, 77, 107. R Redinger, Charlie 4, 5, 6, 15, 21, 27, 77, 83, 90, 92, 93, 98, 100, 101, 110, 111. Redlin, Chris 55, 76, 92, 93, 98, 100, 110, 113. Redlin, Todd 59, 102, 103, 111. Reid, Eric 35, 60, 78, 106. Rhodes, Brooks 7, 36, 37, 48, 57. Rhodes, Lucinda 7, 36, 60, 76, 77, 78, 106, 107. Rickman, Peggy 6, 7, 55, 83, 84, 92, 110, 111. Romig, Elizabeth 7, 36, 60. Roose, Jeremy 58. Rosebaum, Lori 46, 81, 84. Rospopo, Rich 55, 83. Ruiz, Laretta 35, 61, 77. Russell, Richard 61. S Savage, Tammy 2, 14, 16, 55, 77, 81, 82, 83, 87. Schlabach, Sarah 35, 59, 78, 81, 82, 114. Schultz, Warren 4, 25, 27, 45, 93. Schwartz, Anna. Sechrist, Amy 50, 55, 80, 81, 82. Sexton, Neil 35, 61. Shafer, Shanon 61, 106. f Shankle, Leslie 4, 6, 7, 27, 29, 36, 37, 79, 82. Shaw, Chris 57, 102. Shaw, Melissa 35, 61, 76, 77, 78, 80, 106, 107. Shepherd, Odie 4, 27, 51. Sherman, Mike 57, 77. Shidler, Rich 4, 27, 80. Shipley, Sandy 6, 7, 55, 81, 82. Shirk, Scott 8, 9, 13, 43, 51, 55, 93, 110, 113. Shirk, Stacy 13, 14, 16, 35, 59, 77, 78, 81, 82, 84, 87, 93, 104, 105, 115. Shivers, Jodi 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 25, 30, 31, 35, 38, 40, 76, 77, 88, 89, 92, 93, 95, 104. Shorter, Todd 55. Shufelt, Matt 60. Singrey, Shelley 55, 77, 79, 81, 82, 93. Smith, Jeremy 35, 59, 77, 82. Smith, Matt 61. Smith, Michelle 35, 60, 107. Smith, Mike 59. Smith, Wendy 55, 80, 81. Snead, Jeremy 36, 61, 78, 83. Snyder, Karla 4, 10, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 30, 34, 35, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 92, 93, 104, 105, 114, 115, 146. Stevens, Doug 51, 55, 90, 116. Stockberger, Ron 35, 60, 106, 107. Stockman, Steve 59. Stone, Andy 8, 9, 59, 87, 103, 110, 112, 113, 148. Stone, Joey 3, 8, 55, 92, 98, 99, 100, 110, 112, 113. Stults, Gayla 35, 36, 60, 76, 77, 83, 107, 114. Stutler, Randy 7, 36, 37, 43, 57, 83, 110. Sumey, Cindy 30. Summer, Stephanie 30, 80, 81, 93. Susits, Mike 4, 26, 30, 77, 83, 112, 116. T Taylor, Larry 38. Thacker, Otis 59. Thomas, Chris 7, 57, 102, 116. Thomas, Michelle 6, 7, 36, 37, 55, 77, 80, 82, 84. Thompson, Gretchen 35, 36, 60, 76, 77, 83, 107, 114. Thompson, Jason 7, 9, 15,16, 44, 59, 93, 102, 103, 116. Thompson, Jeff 14, 16, 55, 76, 77, 92, 93, 102, 116. Thompson, Karra 11, 57, 79, 81, 82, 104, 105. Thompson, Shawn 8, 21, 31, 77, 81, 88, 93, 95, 96, 112, 113, 147. Thompson, Tony 4, 8, 14, 15, 21, 25, 30, 77. Tolson, Ben 7, 36, 61, 77, 78, 80, 106, 107. Troyer, Tamar 60, 80. Troyer, Tanya 55, 80. Trump, Brian 2, 4, 8, 21, 28, 31, 86, 100, 101, 110, 111. Trump, David 9, 59, 93, 103. Trump, Debora 55, 77, 79, 80, 81, 83. Trump, Jennifer 6, 7, 55, 79, 82, 83, 84, 93. Turner, Angela U Umbaugh, Jeff 49, 57. Umbaugh, Jennifer 35, 36, 61, 76, 77, 83, 106, 107. V Vanator, John 6, 7, 36, 37, 55, 77, 110. Vanator, Michelle 36, 60. Van Der Weele, Amee 35, 36, 61, 106, 107. Van Der Weele, Todd 9, 59, 102, 110. Van Dusen, Nicole 59, 82. Vermillion, Joyce 31. Vires, Andy 59. Vires, Tammy 6, 7, 55, 81, 82, 84. W Waldrop, Michelle 78. Watkins, Michelle 60. Westafer, Angie 35, 61, 107. Weston, Lori 55, 81, 82. Wilhelm, Shelly 4, 21, 24, 31, 25, 36, 37, 79, 95. Wilhelm, Steve 9, 59, 93, 102, 116. Williams, Gary 8, 9, 52, 57. Wolff, Krystal 35, 61. Wood, Nick 7, 55, 83, 112, 113. Wood, Stephanie 35, 36, 60, 76, 77, 78, 107, 114. Wright, Chad 60. Z Zarzazua, Amelia 55. Zeigler, Richard 35, 61. ADVERTISERS' INDEX American Family Insurance, 118. Ancilla College, 123. Argos Beauty Shop, 123. Argos Lumber Company, 134. Argos Medical Center, 134. Argos Newstand and Sundries, 118. Argos Pharmacy, 132. Argos Public Library, 118. Argos Video Shop, 122. Bailey's Hardware, Inc., 118. Bailey's Sales and Service, 124. Balloon Wurks, 125. Bob's Electric, Inc., 122. Bodyshapers, 123. B.0.F. Plastics Incorporated, 126. Bosworthls, 128. Bottorff Chiropractic Clinic, 118. Bowen Printing, Inc., 118. Buckeye Ag-Center Inc., 137. Don Calhoun Chevrolet, 139. Cathy's Styles Unlimited, 121. Clemons Service, 122. Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc., 128. Collins and Collins Realtors, 118. Culligan Soft Water, 118. Cyndi's Hare Designs, 127. Dairy Queen, 121. DeBuler Studio, Inc., 125. DeNelli's Pizza Junction, 131. Dr. Badell, D.D.S., 118. Dorothy's Place, 118. Early Learner's Nursery School, 118. Ettinger Machinery Co., Inc., 118. Family Vision Clinic, 118. Farm Bureau Insurance, Brent Cooper, 120. Felke's Florist, 119. First Federal Savings Bank, 118. First National Bank, 132. First Source 130. Fitness Forum, 120. Gingham Gallery, 120. Grandma's Kitchen, 138. Grossman's Funeral Home, 123. Haycraft's, 127 Herbalife, 122. Holland's Hardware 125. 7 Jerry's Auto Sales 8m Service, 127. J 0-MAR TRAVEL, Inc., 120. Joy's Cozy Cafe, 126. Kay's Beauty Salon, 119. Ken's Barber Shop, 118. Kline Motors, 122. Lambdin Family Drugs, 123. Liberty Sound 8: Electronics, Inc., 119. Tim Linville Motors, Inc., 136. Lobdell Emery, 130. Log House Inn, 122. McCollough Real Estate, 121. McDonald's Studio, 141. Miller's Merry Manor, Inc., 119. MR. INSURANCE, 124. Mr. Trophy, 123. Muday's Furniture, 123. Munday's Family Restaurant, 119. NorCen Bank, 140 North Central Pallets, Inc., 122. 0 Sr H Jewelers, 119. Oliver Ford-Lincoln- Mercury, 129. 0rr's Florist, 120. Park N Shop, 124. Pearson, Thieling, and Co., 119. Pilot News, 122. Pioneer Federal Savings, 121. Pizza Hut, 127. Pizza King, 120. Plymouth Aviation, 121. Plymouth Club Fitness, 137 . Plymouth Fertilizer Co., 121 Plymouth Veterinary Clinic, 119. Ponderosa, 130. Price's Village Valet, 119. Putz Chysler Dodge, 135. REMC, 120. Ristance Products, 135. Sherwin Williams, 121. State Farm Insurance, Fred Benner, 119. State Farm Insurance, Tom Leavell, 125. The Studio, 129. Sunsation, 119. Town and Country Press, 125. Transit Mix, 124. Treat's Squire Shop, 128. United Car Parts, 126. Vanadco Signs, 131. Wagoner's Musis Shop, 119. Wickes, 133. Woodlawn Hospital, 142. Wright's Style Center, 128. Xaver Cleaners, 119. Yoder's Sports, Inc., 120. Young Door Company, 121. INDEXXI45 l Below - Two elementary students enjoy recess. Right - Lee Becker takes a flying leap toward the future. ,F Q t 5 if . J, SA gems--""" Center Left - Jeanne Martens and Karla Snyder take time from their schedules to smile. Center Right - Jaime Mullaney thinks about slunmer vacation. 146f CLOSING hades Of ew Beginning Upper Left - Donna Overmyer and Jenny Bostwick do aerobics during P.E. class. Lower Left - Melissa Kline searches for something in her locker. Lower Right - The Ninth Place National Forestry Judging Team: Shawn Thompson, Blaine Cooper, Theresa Miller, and Lisa Overmyer with the Coach, Mr. Cooper, take a break during the forestry training. f 'F . 2 1 ff ,Z . I .1 ' " ,, W me , ff oyyy,y Q CLOSINGXI47 wnn k . sasmww.. Upper Left - Tony Farlow smiles in the library. Upper Right - Denise and Dean- na Cooper take a break from track prac- riends re tice. Center Right - Jeremy Hartle and Andy Stone check out the stats. Lower Right - Kellie Nolin studies. o Friends Forever Friends are the best part of life. Through every day, every activity, The good times and the bad times, They support you. They dream your dreams and laugh at your jokes although they may not be funny. Just because we're leaving this school, Does this mean that we're leaving our friends? - Never The memories that we've shared will always exist. 148fCLOSING Whether we believe it or not, a part of each of us will always remain at Argos High School and with our- friends. We all have made a difference. No matter where we go and what we do, Our friends will always be with us. Because friends are friends forever . . , Lisa Overmyer, Editor ww s -1 df u M A ., V, ,4 ' ' Q ' ' A - ' f . . - ' 1 , W . wi a '1' L 44:-6' L' -. 4? 4 5- '2- X IOSTENS I S 9 I w X . i 5 . 1 Q U L wi 3 E i , I , i


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