Broad Ripple High School - Riparian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1980

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« tNMJI Students add life to academia They picked the caps and gowns, planned the prom, and organized the homecoming. They were the student representatives to the administration. They were the class cabinets of Broad Ripple, all working independently towards the same goals. The most visible of the class cabinets was the Senior Cabinet, which helped plan the prom, senior trips, and the graduation dance. Senior Cabinet members were: Debra Benson, Joe Bill, Charles Brooks, Alan Bouwkamp, Bambi Boy kin, Stephanie Carpenter, Donald Craig, Greg Dehnke, Sam Elliot, Kate Fenstermaker, Tracy Henderson, Kelli Johnson, Marilou MendeL Stuart Odle, Penny Pollock, Susan Pope, Cindy Randa, Brian Smith, Lisa Spudic, John Tensmeyer, Stacy Toran, and Joann Williams. Helping out the seniors was the job of the junior cabinet. They collected class dues to pay for the prom, and later planned the prom itself. Junior cabinet also encouraged juniors to take the S.A.T. and to start thinking about colleges. Junior cabinet officers were: Shari Himes, president; Carla Lotta, vice-president; and Callie Baird, secretary. Least visible, in fact, almost invisible, was the sophomore cabinet, which sponsored the Big Brother and Big Sister tea. Whether they were holding teas or debating social questions, the cabinets were always spreading school spirit. That may have been their greatest accomplishment. •JEFF ADKISSON ' JANET ALCORN: Marching Band 1- 4; Concert Band 1-4; Natl Honor Society 3-4; Legion ol Merit 1-4; Legion of Honor 1-4; Solo and Ensembles Contest 2-4; Who ' s Who Among American H.S. Students 4; Asst Drum Major 3; Co-Drum Major Head 4; Messenger 1-3; Band Letter Winner 2 JAMES ANDERSON: Boys Concert Club 1; Rocketaires 2; Golden Singers 3-4; Orchestra 3-4; Junior Historical Society 1 -3; Debate Team 1 ; Speech Team 4; Ripples 3-4: Vocal Contest 3-4; Symphonic Choir 3-4 •ANGELIA ARTHUR: Riparian Newsmagazine 3; Co-Editor- in-Chief 4; Orange Aid 3; Co- Vice Pres. 4; Natl Honor Society 3-4; Latin Club 3; Secretary 4; Nat ' l Achievement Commended Student 4; Who ' s Who Among American H.S. Students 4; NAACP Scholastic Olympics 4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Arts Salon 3; Pep Club 2; Legion ol Honor 1 -4; Legion oi Merit 2-4; Spanish Club 2; Yearbook 1 -3. •ELIZABETH ATKINS: Homecoming Queen Finalist 4; Cheerleading 1-4; Captain 4; Student Senate 1-4; Freshman Cabinet; Sophomore Cabinet; Junior Cabinet; Masque and Mime 1-4; Thespians 3-4; Golden Singers 4; COE 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Thespian Play 1-4; Musical 4; IOL 4 " APRIL AUSTIN: Golden Singers 3-4; Madrigals 4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 2-4: Editor 4; OBRC 4; All-State Choir 4; Musical 3- 4; Thespian Play 3-4; One Acts 2-4; Art Salon 1-4; Girls ' State 3; Masque and Mime 2-4; Secretary 3; Clef Club 3-4; Thespians 4; Tres. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Legion of Honor 1; 3- 4; Legion of Ment 1 -4; French Club 1 -2; Ripples 2-4; Student Senate 4; Rippleaires 2 ' TIMOTHY BALLARD: Yearbook 2- 4: Business Manager 3-4; Quill and Scroll 4; Legion of Honor 1-3 KIM BATES: Masque and Mime 2-3; Make-up 4; Costumes 2; Yearbook 3-4; Legion of Honor 2-3; Legion of Ment 2-3. •VERNEATTE BATES ' DEBRA BENSON: Pep Club 1-3; Orchestra 1; Rockettes 1-4; Student Senate 1-4; Vice President 4; Junior Cabinet 3; President 3: Legion of Merit 1 -4; Legion of Honor 1-4; IOL 4; Homecoming Queen Finalist 4; Senior Cabinet JOE BILL: OBRC 3-4; President 4; Golden Singers 3-4; Swing Choir 3-4; Madngals 4; Thespian 3-4; Masque and Mime 2-4; President 4; Varsity Tennis 4; Res. Basketball 2; Res. Cross Country 2; Ripples 2-4; Director 3-4; Thespian Play 2-4; Musical 3-4; One Acts 2-4; Letterman Club 4; Yearbook 4; Photo Stall 4; Junior Cabinet; Student Senate 4; Senior Cabinet; Legion of Honor 2-4; Legion ol Ment 2-4; NLCJ Human Relations 4; Speech Team 4; Clef Club 2-4; Rocketaires 2; Home Announcer. Intramural Basketball 3-4; •CARLA BLACKWELL: Nat I Honor Society 2-4; Art Club 1-2; Legion of Honor 1-4; Valedidonan. • FREDERIC BLACKMON: Spanish Club 4; Wrestling 4 •ANDY BOGAR: Messenger 1; Science Club 2; Chess Club 2. Homecoming King Candidate 3; Latin Club 3; Racquetball Club 4 •SUZETTE BOLER: Rippleaires 3; Spanish Club 3-4; Madngals 4; Golden Singers 4 JAY BOOTH 104 Seniors

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Change in phases makes for different phrases With society ' s changing attitudes, the familiar photographic cue of " cheese " changed to " whiskey, sex, and garbage " , yet the tradition of stylish clothes, fancy hairstyles, and expensive shoes continued. Ripplites did not refrain from any fashion trend on picture day. November 7 saw an array of Vogue Magazine-like styles. Students smiled before the lenses, secretly hoping their portrait would be placed in the Kodak Hall of Fame. Girls flashed smiles hoping for a future in Hollywood as a model. Young men dreamed of replacing Lynn Swan or Dean-Paul Martin as sex symbols. The faculty " modestly " smiled and imagined themselves to be the best- looking half of the educational system in America. Professional photographer Lee Wendt did not need to take a second look at his subjects. To him, each face looked the same as the one before. FINE POINT PEN . . . With precision, Nprris Walker outlines his pencil drawing with an ink pen in Basic Art 1. Basic Art students learned to use different mediums in their assignments. " WHO ' S THE FAIREST? " . . . Preparing to pose as a wicked witch at the Children ' s Museum ' s annual Haunted House, Sherry Kohlmeyer applies make-up to make her face appear wrinkled. Posing 103



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•JUDY BORMAN ' ALAN BOUWKAMP: OBRC 3-4, Golden Singers 3-4; Swing Choir 4; Ripples 1 -4; Director 3; One Acts 1 -4; Riparian Newsmagazine 2 4; Indeplh Editor 3; Co-Editor 4; Thespian Play 2-4; Masque and Mime 1-4; Thespians 3-4; Quill and Scroll 4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; IU Journalism Institute 3; Legion of Honor 1-4; Legion of Merit 2-4; Nat ' l Honor Society 4; Musical 3-4; Rockelaires 2 ' CYNTHIA BOWMAN LINDA BOYD: Majorettes 2-3; Captain 3; Nat ' l Honor Society 3-4; German Club 4 •BAMBI BOYKIN: Girls Ensemble 1; Girls Concert Club 2; Rippleaires 3; French Club 1-3; Make-up 1-4; Ripples 3; Key Club 4; Orange Aid 4; Masque and Mime 4; Senior Cabinet •CELIA BRATTON ' CHARLES BROOKS ' DWAYNE BROWN: Varsity Baseball 3-4 •EVELL BROWN: Legion of Honor 1-2; Track 2- 4 KIMBERLY BROWN " YVONNE BROWN ' RUSSELL BULGER •LISA BURNETT ' BILL CALDWELL Yearbook 2 4; Rocketaires 3; Golden Singers 4; Stage Crew 2-4; Messenger 3-4; Legion of Merit 4; Ball State Journalism Institute 4; Ball State Press Day 3 ' DOROTHY CALVIN ' STEPHANIE CARPENTER: Key Club 3-4; President 4; Lilly Leadership 3-4; Orange Aid 1-4; Girls Concert Club 1 -2; Golden Singers 3-4; Swing Choir 3-4; Orchestra 1-3, Pit Orchestra 1-2; Musical 3- 4; Nat ' l Honor Society 3-4; Ripples 1-4; Masque and Mime 1-4; Thespians 3-4; One Acts 2-3; Legion of Honor 1-4; Legion of Ment 1-4; Senior Cabinet ' DAVID CHRISTOPHER: Legion of Merit 1-4; Student Senate 4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; Letterman Club 2- 4; Football 4; Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Baseman 2-3; Photo Staff 4; Stagecrew 2-3; Ripples 3; Messenger 1-2 ' JONATHAN CHUMLEY: Yearbook 3-4; Section Editor 4; College Humanities 4; Nat ' l Honor Society 3-4; Who ' s Who Among Amencan HS Students 4; Legion of Honor 1-4; Key Club 4; Photographer 4; French Club 2; Marion County Math Day 3; Art Salon 4; Ball State Journalism Institute 4; JEA Convention 3; Marion County Press Day 3-4; Franklin College Press Day 4 ' DAVID CLARK ' DARIJE COFTMAN •TRACY COLEMAN: Orange Aid 2-4; lOL 4; OEA 4; Student Senate 4; Drill Team 1-2; Newspaper 3; Messenger 1- 4; Legion of Merit 2; ROTC 1-3; Latin Club 2 ' NONNA COLLINS:Pom Pon 1-3; Pep Club 1-4; Girls Concert Club 1- 2; Ripple Awareness 2-3; Rippleaires 2-3; Golden Singers 4; Madngals 4; Volleyball 2-4; Clef Club 3L4; Legion of Honor 1-2; Legion of Merit 14; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Musical 4; Center for Leadership Youth Development Program 4; Spanish Club 2; PE Asst 2-3; Girls Ensemble 1 ' BERNIE COMBS: Brebeut 1-3; Varsity Tennis 4; Masque Mime 4; Letterman Club 4; Stage Crew 4 ' BRAD COOPER: Nat ' l Honor Society 3-4; Thespian 2-4; Masque Mime 1-4; Golden Singers 3-4; Swing Choir 3-4; Madngals 4; Lettermans Club 2-4; Legion of Merit 1-4; Freshman Cabinet; President; Varsity Tennis 1-4; Ripples 1-4; Director 3; Thespian Play 1; Musical 3-4; Human Relations 1; Cleft Club 2-4; Who ' s Who Among Amencan HS Students; Sophomore Cabinet; Intramural Bowling 1; Intramural Basketball 2-4; Boys Concert Club 1; Rocketaires 1- 2; FCA 2; French Club 1-2 Seniors 105

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