Chesapeake High School - Panther Yearbook (Chesapeake, OH)
- Class of 1983
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Carder, Kim Howard, Iim Duke, David Gray,
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FA VORI TES
Mostvtlkely-muSucceed Todd Thompson and .ShygstABriqp Black gnd Tina Reilly
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FFiEhHIihst, Sandy Callichat 23nd7$teve Coleman
Best Looking, llsa Callebs and Mark
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Most Spirited Kim Howard and tarry ' " Apple Polishers, Chuck Henson and Anne
vixw McComa's w m ,L , - Templeton
-st Dressed, Debby Fekete Most Popular, Patty Wriston Most Athletic, lane Modlin
and Allan McCaifery and Dane lockhart and Marc Ault
Class Leaders, Rhonda Tawney and
Cockiest Walk, Steve Brunty and Kim Mays
Class Skippers, Iason Bartee and Brenda B'urcham
Mike Lester and Gina Carter are Class Partiers
Brian Randolph and Gina Fralic are Class Angels
;Mitzi Rass-and ToddfiRansboltom are Shortesg and Tgllest L Lisafralic and lim Duke are Class Clowns
Becky N Wellman is 3 Kelly Inscae has the best
HM - Class Airhead. personality
Mil' Simmons, best personality le'e Kinder,
i class airhead; Wendy Armstrong and Ieff
I Dennison, craziest laugh.
Most Talkative are Tim Henderson and lean Ann Bevans.
SCHOOL FAVORITES --'- THEPRI'E OF CH5
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This years Homecoming Activities consisted of
a funfilled week with the water balloon toss, the
threelegged race, the tug of war, the piggy back
race and the basketball free- throws.
Pull, Pal, pull!!!
Down they go! ,
Missy arf Iohn get exi:
. Throw it to me baby!
. Save it for thetdance;
7. Cum, one tough broad
HOMECOMINC CANDIDATES OCT 3, 1932
The 1982 Senior
chosen by the Senior
They chose twelve
girls of the Senior
Class and that twelve
were voted upon by
the student body for
the top five.
1. Debby Fekete
2. Mary Carroll
3. Top Row; L. to R. - L Callebs,
W. Childers, K. Howard, B.
Wellman, K. Inscoe, 4A. Tem-
pleton, K, Mays Bottom Row; l..
to R. -- C. Clary,, M., Fulier, R.
K uhner, D. Fekete, M. Carroll.
4. Kim Mays
5. Kelly Inscoe
6. Wendy Childers
7. Anne Templeton
8. Becky Wellman
9. Mickey FUIIer
10. Kim Howard
11. Robin Kuhner
12. Lisa Callebs
13. Carla Clary
Homecoming night was just
as we expected e a memo-
rable evening. Although the
Panthers were defeated, our
spirit and excitement filled
the air. Wendy Childers was
crowned the 1982 Home-
coming Queen by jimmy
Moss. Wendy and her court
enjoyed the special night
and the memories will be
iiThe Queen and her court. P
T'Jimmy Moss crowns the
queen, Wendy Childers.
.Barbta Pike, Shawn Randolph.
. ERobI'n K uhner, Bobby Carder,
T'Kelley InsCOef Chuck Henson
. RDebee Wellman, Terry Turn-
.leori Bragg, Todd Donaboe.
Elisa Callebs, David Gray
MIckey Fqller MarR Perry
The 1982 Homecoming
Dance was a huge success
due to the hard work of
the Student Council and
their sponsor, Mr. Ed-
wards. The theme was
"Love Lifts Us Up" and
with Steve Hayes and
Spud Rimshot as the 01's,
the evening was enjoyable
for all who attended.
H OMECOMING -
"LOVE LIFTS US UP"
IUST HAVING FUN
1. Kerinsses with bare feet.
2. Everyone enjoy: their
3. lady and Dave-sit one out.
4. A memorable night for
Wendy and Marc.
5. lo'ri serves at the dance.
6. Scarlett is ready to boogie.
7. Danny and his 'cross-coun-
try girls. ' '
8. "Bustlin thru "
9. Beware of the Black
10. Nice!!! Right Dean?
11. Friends forever.
12. Chowing down in Home
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13. Speech clean-up gang.
lUST HAVING FUN
. . . a Shakespearian sat-
ire, performed by the
speech class, presented
two feuding families.
were D'leah Mays, lee
Crump, Patty Wristo .
The Decapitates were
laurel Brown, David
Stone, and lisa Callebs.
thought I, . . .
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4: 12.' Three cute gals "
g 13. My gosh, its Gene Simmons
:g14. J k up :spage .;-
15 F0 a good; time call . '
16 Senior buddies forever .
6. Stud at large
TWO LESS LONELY PEOPLE
- IN THE WORLD - 7983 PROM
The Prom, held in the Steel
Workers Union Hall, was an
evening to be remembered. Girls
dressed in the "Old South" fash-
ion, hoop skirts, lace, and flow-
ers, helped complete the decor
- balloons and a gazebo.
1 5. Ellis and C. CoIIins. 2. The
Queen' 5 Court: 6. Estep and es- 1
tort, l. Callebs and T. West, K.
Inscoe and B. Randolph, R.
KIImerandR. Pike, 8. Wellman
ahd' R. Tredway. 3. Prom
Queen, Kelly Inscoe with Brian
Randolph. As-5 J Hall and M.
'CantebuI'y enjoy their dates. 6. '
C. Bailey dances with R.
V j;Moore, Z. P. McQuade With M. Q
Workman. 8 D. Edwards and
date. 9. l. Callebs and 1'. West.
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Chaparones. 13. T. Henderson
and l. DeDa
:gt- the Prom .
14. Having fun ,
The Magic of our
Christmas was a medley
of plays presented by
Mrs. Keller's 1st 4th
period speech classes.
These plays filled us all
with expectations of
the Christmas Season to
THE MAGIC OF OUR
The Senior Wedding is a
ceremony planned each
year by the Home EC. IV
classes. This year the wed-
ding was held in May. The
prepara tion gives studen ts
opportunities for serious
thinking and discussion.
Participants this year in-
clude Angie Burdette,
Ion Huff, Alan McCai-
Iegy, Chuck Henson, I.
A kins, B. Carder, S.
Brunly, and Mickey
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Sherri Sumpter ,
7 ,, Victor Reck
Lisa Hunter .
Hall, Mickey Fuller, Kim
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GRADUA TION W - y- W '-
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The 1983 Graduation was held in the
auditorium of Chesapeake High
School because of inclimate weather.
Parents, friends and teachers of the
graduates gathered at 5:00 on May
22nd for the occasion. The class song
was "Great Dreams Are Beyond Our
Graduation", the class colors were
lavender and gray, and the senior
girls carried a lavender rose.
CLASS PROPHEC Y '83
Once upon a time, there was a small but vivacious group of Seniors who graduated from Chesapeak
Upon their graduation, they went their separate ways to find out what the world held for them. So
of them found great success in their futures and some of them are still sitting on the wall in front a
Ten years later, the senior class reunion was held and this is what was found.
Many of the seniors heard wedding bells for their future. Geneva Estep is happily married to her hi
school sweetheart Mark Pemberton. Brian Randolph and Kelly lnscoe tied the knot just the other d
-- and are still a "cute couple. " Steve Myers, after a brief career as a teacher, has finally decided th
married life isn't so bad after all. He and old flame Carla Clary were united in holy matrimony with
reception at Bob E vans. Rhonda Ta wney, the current manager of Bob E vans made all the arrangemen
Denise Ward, married her "young love" and was blessed with thirteen kids. Steve Brunty marri:
Alisha Black and are co-sponsors of a youth organization for youhg'athletes. Mike Sly, after obtaini
the position of Executive Salesmanager for Dutch Miller Chevrolet, married his long-time love, K eri
Diamond. Dannie Tennant got so attached to his wife that they had to be separated. Dane lockha
married Debi Wellman and the happy couple has been married and divorced ten times. Mickey Full
, and David Bennett married and now own their own gas station. Wendy Childers married Marc Ault a
have three pre-school punk rock children. Now here's a marriage made in heaven. Kim Howa
married Donald Hazlett, but it resulted in a divorce due to an attempted murder and eight scratch
found on her car. He later married Paula Pike and is currently starring in the lead role of "Leave it
Beaver" as the "Beaver". But the name has been changed to "I. eave it to Opossum". Also starring in t
hit series is former classma te, Scott Akers, as Lumpy. Todd Ransbottom married BJ. and their childr.
range from 6'8" to 4'3". Anne Templeton married Jimmy Austin but the couple was arrested on th.
honeymoon for public displays of affection. Patty Wriston married johnny and they have two midg.
for children. Oddly enough, Patty returns to CH5 every October in hopes of attaining the title
Several members of the senior class were more career minded in their futures. larry McComas is now
World Championship Wrestler and a mercenary in Africa. Dain Spears has become a reading teach.
here at Cheapeake High School. lori Devore owns a K leenex company. Iason Bartee has a great j a
working for the US. Postal Service reshaping smashed mailboxes. Ianice Bowen, using her knowled;
as editor of the Chessonian, is now editing the New York Times. Becky Wellman, after surviving h
college days, has become a famous model in Hollywood. Mark Anderson, a determined young man,
posing 'as Donald Duck in Disneyland. lisa Fralic won world-wide fame for her finding of the four
dimension but was never heard from again. Her sister, Gina Fralic is searching for her to this day. Catl
Raise and Paula Strange are running a charm school together. Mitzi Ross, now a world famous jocke
won the K entuck y Derby. She celebrates weekly at the Pike house. Tim Henderson moved ,
California with Laura to do Wrangler commercials so he can show off his five chest hairs. Karen Ieffers
a psychiatrist for the Lucas Ville State Prison. Jeff Dennison was recently kicked out of the arm y becau
his drill sargeant didn't like his laugh. lohn Hayes is now "Beeper" on Mr. Cartoon "or somethin;
Brenda Burcham is an auctioneer at the Tobacco Warehouse and is still hopping bars. Wendy Ar
trong is racing cars in the Indianapolis 500. The name of her Car is "Nigh thawks. " Steve Ellis and Brian
.I icknor are now a comedy team named Hicknor and Smellis. Bev Beuhring made it big when she won
he Dolly Parton look alike contest. Sandy Callicoat recently took over lane Russel's job. Steve
oleman works for a demolition specialist and gets a' bonus for destroying schools. By the way, he's still
: debt to CH5. Bobby Carder plays pro ball under Mel Corder and was recently asked to do deodorant
ommercials. lean Ann Bevans is the president of Bobby Corder's fan club and Sherri Sumpter is
o'bby's maid but is still considered Mrs. K eller's best studen t. Mark Perry took second place at the Mr.
erfect Male contest because the judges found out that his mustache was fake. However, Mark came
ack with a best-selling novel, Real Men are lust like Me. Bad news: Clyde in Clint Eastwood's movie
ied last week. 50, since Clint wanted to make a new movie, Mike tester took Clyde's place . . . no one
ver knew the difference! Rodney lucas, nowa famous actor, starred in a new movie in which the final
ne was "Rooney, Phone Home!" Paula Spears wrote a famous book on "How to Win Friends" and
-cently is taking over Rona Barrett's Dating Service. David Gray, an aspiring young comedian, has now
ade it big, but is most famous for his foot routine that he demonstrated for Mrs. K eller in her favorite
glish Class. Iim Duke's voice finally changed and he is now singing tenor for a gospel quartet along
ith his good buddy lee Kinder. lisa Callebs and Mike Simmons are co-owners of a K entuck y Fried
hicken chain and are so dedicated to their job that they have began clucking and laying eggs.
lthough some made it big, others are still doing what they did best. Teresa Cremeans is still working at
ewart's. Danny Pannell has advanced to Manager at McDonald's. Robert Adkins is selling used cars.
' eve Heffner is now big enough to finally get respect. lori Adkins is still cruising in her Honcho truck
ing to find places to hide school English tapes. Todd Thompson is a street cleaner for Chesapeake -
- cause Mrs. K eller said so! Jeanette Adkins sells Coppertone. Charlotte Wellman is a Sunda y School
i Iperintenden t. Darrin Ienkins is still working for his merit badge. larry Pennington is the Chesapeake
- ,- nd director, and lee Graham is faculty advisor for CH5 yearbook. Brian Black is still wondering how '
-- got into the National Honor Society. Debbiea'azkis a speech therapist and serves part time as the
' a esapeake Fire Department's siren. Tina Riley owns a farm and is a 4-H club spokeswoman. Mark
illis is still waiting for Amsbary's $10 suits and working at a barber shop. Ion Huff is still cruising
. esapeake with his brother at 220 mph. Debbie Fekete still isn't talking to D'leah Mays. Rex Moore is
'1 aramedic so he can learn how to apply bandages for seIf-inflicted wounds to get Sandy Callicoat to h
tice him. Robin Trimble still has the force with her. Bruce Carter joined the Marines. Kevin ,
cComas is still wrecking cars on Booth Eaton Road. Robin Kuhner had another wreck the other day
her way home from Pam Harris' Weight Loss Center. Her mother has the pictures of the deathening
eck. Chris Nance is a Chesapeakepoliceman - he still likes Mello Yellow but it sure ain't what it
ed to be, is it Chris? Gina Carter seems to still report to the school and sit in the dark room all noon
ur with Kim Mays. Scarlett Robinson owns a horse farm. Donald Triplett ownsGino's and still drives
Vrans Am. Robert Drummond serves as doughboy at Giovanni's. Kay Dement still doesn't patronize
m's bakery. Paul Emlich is back! Mari Ferguson is a manager for Matt in the Georgia C hampionship
restling. lane Modlin is a big business woman - she has a line of no wash designer jeans. You can
d the animals, clean the horse stalls, and still go to work in them. Chuck Henson gave up a life of
asing girls and became a priest. limmy Moss has lost the use of one knee. It was replaced with a
oden leg. D'Ieah Mays took over 'Mrs. Wright's position as a librarian and worksmostly in speed
ding. Kim Mays has never forgotten her 3-day vacation. Pat Rice is still working continuously on a
all car he bought during high school. Angie Burdette became manager of the skyliner at Camden
k. Iulie Hall won the Twiggy look-alike can test and went in to seclusion after Tonya Ha wthorne gave
another NASTY home perm. Mary Carroll is now playing the piano for Henry Mancini. Shawn
wles joined a circus as a clown and Allan McCaffery has just graduated from high school.
SPOR T5 PERSONALITIES
1. Bumping practice.
3. Two heads are better than one.
4. L ying down on the job?
5. Mr. Mayo: Football and I.V. bas-
The Varsity Cheerleaders
this year placed third in
the regionals. That quali-
fied them to go to nation-
als where they placed
J . V"
sixth. They consisted of w ' '
twelve members and one U
mascot. The only senior Q X
was Robin Kuhner; the 7 L
juniors were Angie Mc-
Clure, lisa Hunter, Paula
Pike, Kim McDaniel, and
Dana Hall; the sopho-
mores are 8.1. Callebs,
Terry Young; and the
freshmen, Shari Walls,
Stephanie Black, Alisha
Black, and Ian Smith. The
mascot was lori Bragg.
1. The King Tut
3. lET'S CO,
4. Go for the
5. 1.. Hunter
poses for the
CAPTAIN CO-CAPTAIN MASCOT
ROBIN KUHNER ANGIE MCCI. URE LORI BRACG
1. IV Cheerleaders H t
top: Laurel Bro
Missy Cue, Tam
Black. Bottom: De
Fulton, Kara Hesso
Long way down, M
Must be a thrill
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1. There are no drugs in our wrestling
2. Mr. Coleman officiates over a
head-to-head wrestling match.
3. Wrestlers preparing a small snack
after a meet.
4. Some people just simply have bet-
ter things to do.
The Volleyball Team consisted
of seventeen players. They had
a Varsity and a junior Varsity
team. The girls had a record of
six wins and twelve loses. Bar-
bara Goldcamp was their
coach, and she expects them
to do a lot better next year.
1. D. Hall and K. Taylor warming up.
2. A. Moore prays for help.
3. K. Taylor seems amazed.
4. L. Bragg sets one up.
5. Front row, Left to right. A. Moore,
T. Young, 1.. Bragg, l. Smith, K. Tay-
Ior, M. Fuller, D. Hall. BA CK ROW:
5. Kipp, l. McDaniel, N. Moss, T.
lohnson, A. Ater, S. Hailey, S.
McComas, S. Marcum, K. Upton.
1. Kristal looking for stars.
2. Amy gets ready.
3. Terresa deflects one.
4. Senior Mickey Fuller.
5. Team warms up.
The Golf Team finished the
year with a 26 and 1 1 record.
They were undefeated in
the OVC as they ran their
record to 97 consecutive
wins. They finished second
in the sectional and they
were fourth in their district.
The seniors were Marc Ault,
Bob C order, Dane lockhart,
and Mike Simmons. Good
Luck next year.
. Coach Dave Callicoat
. Bob putts for practice.
. Marc Chips on the green.
. Mike lines up his shot.
. the Team
. Dane concentrates on his shot.
8. Marc grabs an eagle.
9. Hutchester approaches
10. Brooks studys putt.
11. Turner putts it away.
12. Mike in the squat.
13. Who is that???
14. Terry is in the swing.
15. What is her name
16. Dane sinks 30 footerP?
17. Hutch on the green.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
From Left to Right: Paula Sydnstricker, Bridget Hall, Tammy Edwards, Alicia Stone,
Sue Henson, Nicki Dorsam, 8r Tammy Walls.
5,: A small but powerful cross
A country team ran through
MUSTSE their course this year suc-
cessfully. Their coach was
SCRATCH Mr. Danny Newman.
s s w J; .7. ,
BO Y5 CROSS- COUNTR Y
1. Mr. Newman, Todd Donahoe,
Dean Manning, lefi Dennison,
2. Jeff Dennison scores.
These athletes have also been rec-
ognized in other aspects of school
3. Todd Donahoe.
4. Dean Manning.
5. leff Dennison.
6. Chris Mays.
,.' iv ' tt :MI-
GIRL'S TRACK f7?
1. Hanging around with stat Missy
. Stat Kristal Taylor is the first
one on the bus.
. Is that grace, or what?
. Ain't she cute.
. Terri takes another lap; just for
GIRLS TRACK TEAM -
Top R ow: Ann Jenkins, Paula Sydenslriclrer, Sarah Marcum, Billie Plum-
ley, Barbara Pike, Susan Carter, Tammy Edwards, Cindy Clark, Tina
Massie, DeDee McGinnis, lynn Smith h Bob Harris. Bottom Row:
Debbie Christian, Nicki Dorsem, Tina Young, Billie Thacker, Sue Hen-
son, Amreh Brown, lane Modlin, Alisha Black, Becky Graham, Tammy
Walls, Iaclrie Fry, s lisa Corns.
The 1982-83 Chesapeake High School Girls Track Team had
a very impressive year. Each of the girls gave their all in
order to end up with a winning season. The girls participat-
ed in such events as: the 100, 200, and 400 yard dashes,
220m, 440m, and 880m runs, and the mile. The 440 and
1600m relays were also strong events for the girls. They also
competed in field events such as the shotput, discus, high
jump, and the long jump.
The '83 Panther track
team had a trying year.
Under the new coach Iim
Riley, they were very
young and inexperienced.
The team had two seniors
Steve Coleman and Todd
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Thompson. Coach Riley
says the team should be
alot stronger next season
and show us a lot of prom-
ise. Good job this year to
the team for an outstand-
ing effort. Good L uck next
. Barry Cook runs for the gold.
. H. Fulkner jumps for his life.
. Will he ever come down?
. 1.. Martin gets ready to throw.
. Who is that?
. 8. Gibson jumps.
. W. Maddox runs the hurdles.
. How was that one?
. Last time I saw legs like that . . .
. Say it with flowers - the Bryan
. A good example of getting too
funk y . . .
. Dean does his impression of a
. Hey, baby, wanna lift?
The Baseball Team's win-
ning season gave Coach
Larry Morgan a happy
spring. 1. D. lockhart,
Coach Morgan. 2. Scott
Akers, 3. Bobby Carder,
4. Dane lockhart, 5. Scott
Akers, 6. George Ro-
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2 ? 1 I 4
1. Mike kicks off.
2. Barry helps block.
3. Coach lambert thinking.
4. Steve tries to escape.
5. Matt crushes his man.
6. Who's under there?
7. Coach lambert.
The "82" Panther football
team was a very young team.
It had six seniors who were
Steve Brunty, Iim Moss, lim
Duke, Brian Black, larry
e Comes, and Brian Ran-
3355,13 The boys worked
very Tang and hard to give
everything they had for the
team effort. They finished
the season with three wins
and seven losses. The most
exciting game was a win over
South Point in the finalgame
of the year. Good Luck next
1. THE PANTHERS.
2. Chris gets hit.
3. Steve heads in.
4. lim can't believe it.
5. lason on the run.
6. Chris punts it away.
7. Matt and the gang.
8. Brian boots it high.
9. Hurry, get it!
10. Dru gets set to run.
11. The Shiek.
12. Steve looks to pass.
13. Bryan watches the action.
14. Steve runs from defender.
BASK E TBALL
The Lady Panthers had an aver-
age year of a 10- 10 record. They
were led by senior Gina Carter.
They have four starting juniors
returning, who are; l. Hunter, A.
Moore, B. Thacker, and T.
Walls. With all of these girls re-
turning they are looking forward
to a good year next season. They
were coached by third year vet-
eran, Ierry Iarrell.
1. 6. Carter watches the action.
2. Coach Iarrell talks it over.
3. The LADY PANTHERS.
4. T. Young on the dribble.
5. T. Young watches action.
6. l. McDaniel skies high.
7. l. Hunter fires one up.
8. B. Thacker passes the ball.
9. A. Moore jumps center.
10. Billy out-of-bounds.
The 82-83 boys basketball team
had a very exciting year. The
team ended the year with an
14-9 record. They had several
key wins over their arch rivals.
In the tournament they ad-
vanced to the finals where
they were defeated by the
Porthsmouth Trojans. The
team had five seniors: Marc
Ault, Steve Brunty, Bob
Carder, David Gray, and
Chuck Henson. We wish the
best of luck to next year's
$mv- - w?
1. A behinds the scene look.
2. B. Carder wins the tip.
3. Freshman Dean Manning.
4. C. Henson on the break.
5. D. Gray shoots over opponent.
6. The team shoots before the big
7. B. Carder passes around his man.
1. IUMP GOOSE!!!
. Rick feels photogenic.
. Ault's imitation of a Boeing.
. "He went that-a-way".
. Kid's got class.
. "Me, out there? NO WAY "
The Wrestling Team had a very
successful year. They had sev-
eral people with winning re-
cords. The Seniors were Brian
Randolph an 0' larry McComas.
We expect them to be even
better next season. Good Luck.
. Seniors larry and Brian.
tarry takes his man.
David gets ready to reverse.
Willie grabs ahold.
Brian wins another one.
. Randolph struggles with foe.
The 1983 Science Fair was
sponsored by Mr. Ed-
wards and Mr. Callicoat.
The grand prize winner
was Doug Korstanie
whose project was Envi-
ronmental Effects on
Green Leaved Plants.
Other projects included
Fire Quencher by David
Carroll and Wade Mad-
dox, and Photography by
Stephanie Black and
QUIZ BOWL BUZZES IN
From L to R: Sherri Sumpler, lee Cramp, Melody Hesse, Anne Templeton, Mary Carrol, Todd Thompson, lane
Modlin and Mitzi Ross.
The 1982-83 Quiz Bowl Team had an interesting season, early in the fall the team began
practicing two noon hours a week. Practices consisted of each member submitting questions
from various areas and answering the questions. The team competed against Fairlands team for
trial matches and came out with an average record. The team also participated in a series of
matches by WOWK-TV 13, called "Hi-Q". They competed against Wayne High School in their
first match and won. Unfortunately, they lost their second match to Raceland High. The original
members consisted of 5 seniors; Anne Templeton, Sherri Sumpter, Mary Carroll, Todd
Thompson, lane Modlin, Mitzi Ross and 2 juniors; Melody Hesse and lee Crump. Later,
underclassmen were brought in to prepare for next year, they were: Doug Korstanje, Daniel
Huron, Herb Rose, Alicia Stone, Lara Dedario, Susan Ionescu, and Susan Hefiner.
This year's Honor Society lit
the candles of thirteen mem-
bers. As a result of the first in-
duction. A Second induction
was held in May upon which
two other members were can-
dled. The officers were: Presi-
dent: Mary Carroll; Vice-
president: Carla Clary; Secre-
tary: Sherri Sampler; Treasur-
er: D'Ieah Mays. The National
Honor Society is under the di-
rection of R. Bruestle.
1. Row 1: L to R: M. Carroll, 5. Sump-
ter, C. Clary, D. Mays. Row 2: l.
Cramp, 1.. Hunter, K. Howard, l.
Callebs, 1'. Walls, A. Templeton, R.
Tawney, I. Modlin, M. Hesse, R.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY LIGHTS UP NEW MEMBER
TAG'ERS COMPUTE THE FACTS
Top row: Melody Hesse, Susan Ionescu, Mary Carroll, Terri Young, Bl Callebs, Sherri Sumpter, David Gray, Anne
Templeton, Todd Thompson, Todd Donahoe, Victor Reck, Tom Schneider. Bottom Row: David Meyers, Doug
Korstanie, Creg Blair, Richard Ramey, and Daniel Huron. Mr. Doersam is not pictured.
The Chesapeake High School TAG Program provides expanded educational services and oppor-
tunities for gifted students that are not available to them in the general educational curriculum.
Twenty talented and gifted iTAGi students Were recognized and served during the 1982-83
School year. The TAG students who participated in the Independent Study Program this year
. focused on computer programming as their main course of study.
BIBLE STUDY BRINGS REVELATIONJ
From I. to R: Mrs. Wilcox, Chris Peal, Cindy Sites, Toni Salmons, Herb Rose, Alicia Stone, Kellee Bowerman, Susie
Henson, Ian Estep, Bridget Hall, Sandy Callicoat, Darla Christian, lean Ann Bevans, Karen leffers, Iudy Snider,
The Bible Study group at Chesapeake Hig
School is a student involvement group
which has met weekly since December thii
year. The subjects of study are as varied as th 3
individuals who attend. In addition to study
individual participation is also stressed. Phi
Kelley of Rockwood Church is the leader an a
Mrs. Wilcox is the faculty sponsor.
BOY AND GIRL STATE RUN GOVERNMENT
This past summer, Anne Templeton,
i i Rhonda Tawney, Carla Clary, and lisa
Callebs attended Buckeye Girls State;
and limmy Duke and David Gray at-
tended Buckeye Boys State. It was really
great learning about themselves and
other people. They made new friends
from all over the state of Ohio.
Learning about government was really
fun this way. They each lived in an imagi-
nary city and participated in city func-
tions and served them to the best of
To all future Boy and Girl Staters: Don't
pass up the Chance to go, it's a terrific
from I to r: David Gray and jimmy Duke. experience.
from I to r: Lisa Callebs, Carla Clary, Rhonda Tawney, Anne Templeton.
STUDENT COUNCIL P05 T5
Top row: Sharri Walls, Kim Upton, Connie Webb, Iim Duke, Bl Callebs, Alisha Black, Ian Smith. Second row: Kara
Hesson, lori Bragg, lynn Smith, Todd Donahoe, Carla Henson, Melody lake. Third row: Mr. Edwards, Rhonda
Tawney, Kristal Taylor, Wendy Childers, Kim Howard. Fourth row: Lisa Callebs, Bobby Carder, Tammy Walls,
David Gray, 8' Kim McDaniel.
The Student Council of Chesapeake High
School is an elected body of students dedicated
to school service and community activities.
Each year the Council is responsible for the
annual Homecoming Ceremony and Dance
held in October. The Council sponsors the Red
Cross Blood Drive in which seventeen-year-old
students can give blood to help needy indivi- h '
duals in our local hospitals. Along with Beta ,tirwl'err-JQIJ 4-6392 , .
Club the Council sponsors Teacher Apprecia- , ' M
tion Day. Members help each teacher in the m , ' '
classroom and present them with gifts, flowers, i ' , w v V '
or breakfast. Fund raising activities such as can-
dy bar sales, car washes, and athletic program
sales will be implimented by a book store which
will sell a variety of student needs: pens, pencils,
paper and computer discs will be among some
of the items that may be purchased in the book
I. Duke, K. Mays, D. Mays, D. Hazlett, 1'. Hawthorne, D. Ward, 8. Carder, l. Bragg, 1. Brown, A. Brown, R.
lucas, D. Martin, 8. Burcham, D. Fekete, M. Harris, l. Fralic, G. Estep, M. Carroll, and T. Massie.
K a y Wright
LIBRAR Y WORKERS
The library workers did a tremendous job with
their studies this year. Mrs. Wright came up
with a new idea - the use of library cards by
the students. It was a smashing success because
only eight books were lost. The library workers
put up bulletin boards for classrooms, did book
reviews for the school newspaper, learned the
fundamentals of speed reading, and even
taught special library units to classes.
CHESSONIAN MAKES MEMORIES
This years Chessonian staff has worked very
hard to produce a quality book. We have
made many changes and improvements to
make a better yearbook; One major improve-
ment is our recently acquired darkroom. This
allows us to make your yearbook more per-
sonal and interesting by using special tech-
niques on the pictures. We hope you'll enjoy
this and the future Chessonians.
1. Kneeling, L to R: S. Sampler, K. Howard, l.
Callebs, M. Carroll, A. Moore, 6. Fralic, B.
Burcham, M. Ross: Standing: 8. Wilcox, C. Ba-
ker, l. Crump, 1.. Graham, 5. Maslerson, D.
Gray, A. Templeton, 1. Duke, 8. Carder, W.
Childers, D. lockhart, K. Bowerman, D. Stone.
2. Dane - working????
3. Mary asleep on the job.
4. What now Kellee?
5. Basics . . .
BETA CLUB APPRECIATES FACULTY
The Beta Club held their annual teacherhs ap-
preciation day. Members of the club assisted
the members of the faculty for a day. They
also sponsored the Homecoming Events and
held a candy sale. They conducted inductions '
and brought in 30 members.
1. l. to R: M. Carrol, G. Eslep, R. Tawney, C. Clary,
Row. 2:5. Haley, M. lake, C. Henson, 5. Sharkey, I.
Hall, K. Howard, A. Templeton, l. Callebs, K. Mays,
S. Sumpter, D. Gray, D. Mays, Row 3: K. Bowerman,
A. Stone, M. Hesse, j. Modlin, A. Ater, K . Smallridge, C
Henson, Row 4: M. Cue, T. Young, 1.. Hunter, T.
Walls, D. Carroll, 8. Carrico, 5. Brooks, 5. Carter,
Row 5: 1'. Thompson, S. Wiley, K. lnscoe, S. Callicoat,
l. Crump, G. Fralic, H. Rose, T. Marcum, I. Bevans, l.
Snider, Row 6: C. Webb, I. Duke, BJ. Callebs, 5
Heffner, M. Tooley, T. Massie, 5. lonescu, A. Brown,
T. Donahoe, T. Schneider.
2. President Carla Clary swears in new members.
UN AND TEARS
C.H.S. BAND COPS TOP AWARDS
The band competed in several competitions this
year. They won superior awards in competitions at
Wellston, lackson, Rock Hill, and Nashville. They
also marched in several parades.
The band raised money by selling fruit, cups, and
picture coupons to finance their trip to Nashville.
The band is under the direction of Micheal New-
man. lane Modlin served as field commander this
year and won several awards for this position.
1. Mr. Newman, Mrs. Stumbo, G. Fralic, 5. Robinson, 5. Van-
hoose, K. tang, R. Ferguson, 8. Coleman, 8. Beuhring, A.
Brown, R. Nicol, K. lnscoe, 5. Callicoat, B. Plumley, D.D.
McGinnis, K. Earls, S. lonescu, l. Breeding, 1. Modlin, C.
Bailey, D. Duncan, 6. Pike, M. Hesse, T. Dial, T. Massie, S.
Wiley, 5. Heffner, 1. Thomas, I. Pannell, I. McCaIIisler, D.
Massie, A. Harman, l. Hayes, l. Penningto, D. Graham, D.
Pannel, C. Blair, D. Bowman, D. Plybon, D. Wilson, M. Too-
Iey, 5. Black, D. Blair, A. Harris, B. Graham, M. Fergeson, M.
Willis, P. Wilson, B. Carrico, l. Gwyn, B. Moore, D. Riden-
our, D. Hayes, T. lerrel, l.. Fralic, 5. Williams, M. Medley.
2. Congratulations . . .
3. Proud drummer boys.
4. 5r. band members.
5. Drum Major Modlin.
7- Happy, happy, happy!
FLAGS CORPS WAVES IN OVER
C.H.$. was offered a new concept this year. This
concept was the new flag corps. The flag corps
consisted of 14 members. Five of them were
seniors. from the very first time they marched
onto the football field they received rave re-
views. These reviews continued through the
rest of the football games, pep assemblies and
many competitions at which they performed.
The flag corps received many superior and ex-
cellent awards. The C.H.$. flag corps is spon-
sored by leAnne Stumbo. They are instructed
by Sandy Bane. Good Luck next year!
1. Row 1 H to rk H. Robbins, I. Modlin, K. Boullion. Row
2: L. Slumbo, S. Callicoat, K. lang, R. Nicols, B. Beuhr-
ing, 5. Robinson, 5. Bane. Row 3:5. Ionescu, D. McGin-
nis, R. Ferguson, 8. Plumley, G. Fralic. Row 4: K. tang,
K. lnscoe, A. Brown, 8. Coleman. Row 5: Mr. Newman.
3. Dev and proud mom.
4. Practice makes perfect.
Billy Adkins C7 MM 7
Lisa Barry Dotson
K elli Duncan
' Daniel Honaker
Pat K elley
. Come on in, the building is
2. Todd and Tammy- runners
3; Smile purty for the camera.
4. George and jimmy - 2 cool
5. lori, you look nice today,
but there is a butterfly on
your chest - I'm sorry.
Sheila Vanhoose Ramey
L ynn Smith
1. Juniors pigging out at lunch.
2. lori in disguise.
3. Ahh, how sweet.
4. A King Tut groupee, perhaps.
Calvin Main JORDACHE QQE:
Billie lo Thacker
K enny Thacker
K ent Wells
1. lori in all her glory.
2. Kim: portrait of a pooped pepper.
3. Brooke Shields, eat your heart out.
4. Yes, believe it or not, you are getting your picture taken.
5. juniors get friendly at noon.
. Suz h Kris pallin' around at noon.
Smile Angie, you're gonna be in the yearbook.
Stephanie, did you get kicked out of English again?
The juniors received their class rings this year.
Oh No, Here comes lunch - Watch out Kristal
just me and my shadow.
Hunter at the hoop.
. Black Widders - feared throughout the land.
. junior class officers - Paula Pike WresJ, Kristal Taylor
IVice-PresJ, Lynn Smith UresJ, and Hope Robbins
5 OPHOM OR E5
Am y Ater
K ellee Bowerman
K eri 10 Diamond
Cath y Dillon
1. Give it back, I know you got it on
2. What's this about no physical
3. WOWK's Friar Lawrence, Rich-
4. Well, hello there!
:' 9.0 mgQr;
K elly Fuller
Sandy K ipp
Scott K uhner
1. What Class are you out of this time,
2. I would shut my eyes too.
3. Class officers; lisa Corns !PresJ,
Carla Henson Nice PresJ, 8.1. Callebs
LSeCJ, Rose Turley UreasJ.
w ' '3
1. Ronnie, is that an interesting class or
2. Trying to commit suicide, Steve?
K elly Smallridge
1. Tena and Amreh looking at
whatever whoever0 is on the oth-
er end of the library
2. Kelly, happy to be in class?
3. Three girls having fun on the
1. Portrait of an abused child.
2. Freshman Class Officers: 5.
Walls, E. Lafon, S. Randolph, c$ 1.
3. Taylor to the top.
4. Tommy takes a rest.
5. Who is that masked woman?
Robbie K imball
1. Alicia Black in deep thought.
2. Dean, Are you camera shy?
3. Loafing around at noon.
4. Doug and Dirk working hard.
afar: m WEE $
g limmy Simpson
2. An inspiring group of Freshman.
3. Strike that baby, Sana.
4. In trouble again, eh john?
5. Bridget Hall - again.
Vera" umferJ arr"
4 b 9 rody +0 +he
14. Somethinngneaky is going on
15. Hi, Bridget!
16. Freshman: Richard Ramey,
Craig Blair, and David Mers.
17. Barbara and Anita make wise
use of their study hall time.
1. Having sweet dreams Robin?
2. Dana wearing Disneyland
3. Is Gina the only one not pay-
ing attention here?
4. Terri Gallagher and Sarah
5. 5.1., no, it's Tammy Walls.
Board of Education - Hammie Leffingwell, Randy Wood, Hobart Willis, joanne Spears, Terry Griffin
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son, Dana Hall, Gina Fralic, Patty McQuaid, julie Hall, Kim Howard,
Wendy Childers, Dave Cray
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students can take a wide variety of courses, including:
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medicine, and business. These students also have ordi-
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Angie McClure was selected Ohio's Perfect B-R RlChar d
Teen in the state finals. She competed with M A NNON E
teens from around Ohio for the title. She re- '
ceived a savings bond and an all-expense paid P EP P E R I DGE Oakes
trip to Myrtle Beach to vie for the title of F A R M 0.05.
America's Perfect Teen. At the competition she
was third runner-up.
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Compliments Of Phillip And
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As the 1983 edition of the Chessonian goes to the plant, We, Ianice Bowen
ahd lee Graham, the editors, would like to thank the staff for the hard work
and effort they put forth In meeting all the deadlines and for each person 's;
dedication and Contribution to the yearbook. ,
Becky Wilcox iAdvisori With special appreciation we would like to express
our graditude for all the gimes we needed your patience and understanding ,
along with your expert guidance In helping us make our yearbook a success
, -- SENIORS 4 I
Brenda Barcham lArt, Sports'l Thahks fOr dropping by and doing all that art
we needed so desperately
I Lisa callebs iSonIorsi You overcame all those problems you encountered;
along the way like a pm Thanks a million i
Mary Carroll lTeachers, Administrationl You added a lot to the staff. Thanks
for being so dedicated , ;
Wandy thilders iActivitiesi One of the most photogenic people on the
staff. Thanks for being so productive. lG. l. Ol
Bob Carder iSportsl Your section looks great: Thanks . Y , '
Iim Duke iFund-Raisingi Thanks for pashing those doughnuts ldo-nutsi and
keeping track of our depleted funds
Gina Pralic iTeaChers, Administrationi You worked hard, and it shows Your
section looks great.
David Gray lAds, Ad Campaigni You hada tough job It 5 finally over. Aren I
Kim Howard lActivitiesl Thanks for keeping those pages coming in when we
Dane lockhart iSportsi Your section wasn t easy but you made it look good.
Mitzi Ross lCIubs and Organizationsl You did a great job on merchandizing.
Thanks for not melting under pressure when the slides got 'stuck
Sherri Sampler lArt, Divider Pagesi You had a tough job as editor of the
Panther Press, but, as usual, you came through with flying colors
I wAnne Templeton i$eniorsi We couldn 'thaVe finiShed this book without you
or your camera Thanks for all those great pics
i 6harIIe Baker lUnderclassmen, Sophomoresi" You did a great job Thanks ,
lee Crump iUndercIassmen, juniorsl Thank for everything you did.
Suzanne Masterson iActivitiesi You did a great job scouting out the happen-I
l slings. Thahks for all your effort -
Angie Moore iUnderclassmen, Freshmeni You did a super job. Good luck
next year ,
L I David sm'ne lGlubs ahd Organizahong You did a great job on'. your section '
not to mention the dark room.
Kellee Boweri'nan iPhotography; Dark Roomi Thanks for helping all of us in
the dark room This book onldnit be the same without your talents
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