Eddyville High School - Eddy Yearbook (Eddyville, IA)
- Class of 1983
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The 1983 EDDY
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Biggest Flirts-Robin Dinkel and Bill Bayer lAbsentl
Best Dressed-Darin Krusemark and Rhonda Richards lAbsentl
Most Bashful-Karen VanDorin and Jim Beaver
Biggest Chatterbox-Cindy Elswick and J. D. Sinnif
Peppiest-Holly Dobson and Clay Thomas
Best All Around-Kathi Harrison and Gary Kerr
SENIGR PERSON ALITIES
Most Athletic-Kent Johannes and Dani Walker
Most Musical-Paul Haselhuhn and Lavonne Cook
Brainiest-Joyce Klodt and Eugene Karaba
Most Outstanding Leader-Brent Feehan and Luann VanGenderen
Most Likely to Succeed-Harold Brinegar and Nancy Andrews
Class Clowns-Ron Adreon and Becky Stewart
J. D. Sinnif
Not pictured: Bill Bayer, Matt Clark, Eugene Karaba,
Rodney Osterloh, James Piehl, Mike Wilson.
The Senior Class this year has shown a great deal of
leadership and respect toward EHS. The class of 1983
is very close and there isn't one member who would let
you down and lend a helping hand. Congratulations to a
great Class of '83 and thanks for the memories which
will last in our minds through the rest of our lives.
Student Body President
SENIDR MEMORIES - PLANS - ADVICE
Ron Adreon IPudgel-Athletics, College?, Be happy.
Nancy Andrews fMunchkinj-Sports, Iowa, Don't give
Glen Askeland KLinusl-Exciting, NMSU, Stick with it.
Bill Bayer fBillyl-Fun, Work, Listen.
Jim Beaver CBeavl-Exciting, College?, Go for it.
David Bedner jDavel-Grade School, work, Stay with it.
Bruce Bennett lBenj-Fun, Army, Don't quit.
Harold Brinegar KHarryl-Saturdays, Iowa, Work hard.
Matt Clark CMattl-Friends, IHCC, I-Iave fun.
Lavonne Cook fCookiel-Spirit, IHCC, Go for it.
Juanita Cooper lJuanil-Exciting, Marriage, Live.
Wayne Davis fSliml-Friends, Army, Slow down.
Teresa DeHamer QDutchJ-Friends, NMSU, Go for it.
Wade Dickerson fSuedel-Friends, Evangelical College,
Don't give up.
Robin Dinkel lDinkl-Homecoming, Iowa, Life goes on.
Holly Dobson fHolsI-Everything, Iowa Central CC, Yes
Karen VanDorin fKarj-Winning, IHCC, Dream.
Kevan VanDorin CPokieJ-All Right, Work, Give it your
Cindy Elswick ICidI-Prom, Iowa, Shoot for goals.
Scott Fee QSquatl--Exciting, Work, Have fun.
Brent Feehan CPresl-Jazz Band, Work, Plan ahead.
Alice Franklin IFrankiei-Prom, Iowa, Do your best.
Jeff Fry IFrenchj-Experience, Air Force, Enjoy school.
Shelly Grimes CRochj-Fun Times, Work, Try hard.
David Groet jDavel-Jazz Band, IHCC, Enjoy your years.
Kathi Harrison Qldarril-Friends, NMSU, Be happy.
Paul Haselhuhn CI'Iazel-Sports, Farm, Enjoy it.
Lynda Heckenberg jI'Ieckell-Homecoming, Iowa, Be
Kent Johannes fWildmanj-Sports, Marines, Do your best.
Keith Johnston CAlbertl-Parties, Work, Party hardy.
Becky Johnston CB. JJ-Softball, IHCC, Each day as it
Eugene Karaba fGenej-Exhiliarating, Wisconsin, Educa-
tion is wonderful.
Becky Kenning lMad Russianl-Crazy, Army, Enjoy
Gary Kerr lSpecial KI-Athletics, Marines, Enjoy yourself.
Joyce Klodt QJoycel-Competition, ISU, Donlt give up.
Darin Krusemark IKrusei-Sports, Iowa, Go for it.
Pat Larkin CLarkj-Athletics, IHCC, Stay cool.
Brian Lourens KLawrencel-Blast, Marines, Get involved.
Rodney McGlothlen IRodl-Different, Lincoln Tech, Enjoy.
Rodney Osterloh CRodI-Exciting, Army, Work hard,
Kevin Presley CPret2elj-Prom, IHCC, Enjoy.
Rhonda Richards lRitzl-State wrestling, Jr. College,
Grab the Gusto.
Amy Roe lAmosl-State wrestling, Central College,
Melinda Shafer CMell-Play parties, Colorado Universi-
ty, Be Active.
J. D. Sinnit IP. JJ-H. S. Rodeo, Rodeo, Make the best
Brenda Smith IBrenj-Wild, IHCC, Participate.
Becky Stewart KStewl-Dingy, IHCC, Be wild.
Jim Sutton CBuckj-Weekends, IHCC, Get involved.
Clay Thomas CMilfl-Exciting, Baseball, Have Fun.
Luann VanGenderen lLuLul-Fun, Work, Listen.
Brenda Vance CBrenI-Fun, Work, Have fun.
Deana Venator CDeanoj-Crazy, IHCC, Hang Loose!
Dani Walker IWalkie Talkiej-Prom, Work, One day at
Mike Wilson lMikeyl-Fair, Work, Stay out of trouble.
Mike Witt CTwittj-Plays, NMSU, I-Iave a good time.
Kelly Worrall IKelI-State wrestling, Iowa, Go for it.
President Vice President
"And that cloud looks like . . . "
Powder Puff Champs
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Mike Den Hartog
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Joy Bolibaugh acting up a storm.
Oh, like fer sure man like you know. That's copaseticf'
Samantha Mart Shelly Richards
Les McConnell Teresa Russell
Jodi McNeese Allison Sarver
Jeff Moore Tom Schultz
Doug Morgan Susan Shultz
MORE AND MORE
Good Stuff, Maynard!!!
Kristy Stober Rob Teno
Lisa Strasko Sandra VanZomeren
Scott Sullivan Wayne Vefsteegh
Joel Sutton PHY Walker
John Sutton Preston Williams
Sue Glenn-President Angie Harrison-Vice President
Margee Huff-Secretary Becky Grooms Treasurer
Shelly DeMoney Alex Fagen
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Jeff Fox Justin Fry Barb Gard
Study, Study, Study!
Angie Glenn Cary Huffman
Kelly Harris Eric Hugen
Lori Hartman George Hynick
Diana Harvey Kaye Jager
Barb Hildebrand Mark Johnson
Trudy Kerby Sheryl Long
Julie Klodt David McDough
Mike Randell Brian Raymie Ray Riley
Monty Ransford Tracy Richards Mike Roberts
Susie Robus Scott Rurup
Klint Sammons Teresa Soots David Kellog Robin Sutton Bruce Vance Ruth Wray
Chris Shafer Doug Stober Linda Strasko Sara Taylor Debbie Witt Steve Wright
Not picturedg Gary Harland, Mike Kirby,
F RESHME : EXCITING YEAR
Stephanie Gardner- President
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exciting experience, you get to
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belong. Right now you may feel
as though you are at the bottom
but pretty soon the time flies by
Jackie Shultz - Vice
Martina Roberts-Treasurer Tammy Elswick-Secretary
Tim Johnson Jeff Johnston Trina Jones
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FUTURE STARS GF E.I-I.S.
The eighth grade this year had a lot to
look forward to. They got to march for their
first halftime show, march in parades, and
participate in homecoming week. They were
seen the first week of school trying to find
their classes even after the second bellg but
after the second week they had their
schedules down and they were in the swing
of things. Their eighth grade year will stay in
their minds for a long time because of the ex-
citement and all of the embarassing things
that have happened to themg but before
they know it they will be freshmen.
Cory Bonnett-President Wendy Jackson-Vice President
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Front Row: Shirley Locke, Alma Smith, Gladys Katko, Secretary, Daverne Witt, President
Second Row: Richard Roberts, Charles Shafer, Curtis Jager, Dean Heckenberg, George Osing.
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THE ACADEMY PRESENTS A OSCAR
TO THREE GREAT PRCDUCERS
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Our principal, Steve B. Ward, has been at EHS for 5 years. He
received his B.S., M.S., and Ed. S. from Upper lowa University
and lowa State University. Mr. Ward's favorite TV program is
M'A'S'H and his favorite song is Sunrise, Sunset. His hobbies
are tennis and model railroading. Mr. Ward's favorite quote is,
"A dreamer lives forever."
James Ira Ryan, the Superintendant of our schools, has been at EHS for 21 years.
He acquired his B.A. from William Penn College and his MS, from the University
of Nebraska, Omaha. Mr. Ryan loves Chinese food and his favorite movie is "On
Golden Pond". His hobby is his grandchildren and his favorite quote is, "This too
Dennis J. Hoyer, the Elementary Principal, received his degrees A.A., B.A.,
and M.A. from the University of Northern Iowa. His most likable food is Mex-
ican and his favorite movie is "Raiders of the Lost Ark." He enjoys all sports,
plants, and camping. His favorite quote, "Children learn what they live."
Mr. John Sauer, has been at the Eddyville High
School for seven years and has been the school
counselor and 7th grade Career Education instructor.
His extracurricuilar activities have been yearbook staff
and assistant football coach.
Mr. Sauer, had post high school training at Lea Col-
lege and Northeast Missouri State University. He has
BA. and M.A. Degrees.
Some of Mr. Sauer's favorite things are: Food-pizza
movie-Lawrence of Arabia, Tv program-NFL foot-
ball, book-In Cold Blood, song-Bridge over Troubl-
ed Waters, performer-Steve Martin and hob-
bies-wood carving, juggling and reading.
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Shelly Van Dyk has been the high school secretary at
E.H.S. for the last five years. She is the cheerleading
sponsor for basketball and football. She likes to watch
"Hill Street Blues" and her favorite song is "Endless
Love". Shelly's favorite movie is "The Way We Were."
Shelly's most enjoyed quote is, "l'm hurrying as fast as
Nancy Rankin has been the Superintendent's secretary
at E.H.S. for seven years. Nancy received her
Secretarial Degree at the American Institute of
Business. Her favorite movies include all science fiction.
Her favorite quote is "Everything is permissable for me,
but not everything is beneficial. Everything is per-
missable for me, but I won't be mastered by anything."
Sally Critchlow has been the school nurse at
E.H.S. for the past 15- years. She has a 3 year
degree in nursing. She likes to watch "Magnum
P.lf' and her favorite movie is "On Golden
Pond". Her favorite quote is, "Happiness is
found along the way, not at the end of the
PEOPLE EEDED EVERYDAY
The cooks this year have done a very good job with the fig - --
meals, and we would like to thank them. They have put :" T N'
a lot of time and effort into the meals that they fix for M ' i R A
us, besides fixing lunch, they also fix breakfast for the
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' 'T The bus drivers this year were Eugene
DenHartog, Warren Harding, Kevin
Waggoner, Linda Grimes. Back row:
Gary Landgrebe, Sharon Cantrell, John
Rempe, Delbert Taylor, Bob Ellis. Not
The bus drivers are greatly appreciated they drive in rain, sleet, snow,
and ice which is a tremendous responsibility. There were some new
drivers this year but it didn't take them long to learn their routes.
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Conference Room Supervisor: Ron
Adreon, Rhonda Richards, Mike Witt,
Robin Dinkel, Jim Sutton, Amy Roe,
Parent Figures: Front row-Kent
Johannes, Ron Adreon, Matt Clark,
Becky Kenning, Pat Larkin. Back
row-Wade Dickerson, Gary Kerr,
Office Help: Front-Luann Van
Genderan, Alice Franklin, Ruth Wray,
Dana Schippers, Back-Holly Dobson,
E GLISI-I TEACHERS
Mrs, DeKraai teaches English l, Leap Reading, Advanced
Composition, and Rocket Racket. Mrs. DeKraai has a
B.S.E. in English from Northeast Missouri State University
in Kirksville, Missouri. She enjoys raising her cats and dogs.
Her favorite quoteg "lf you love something, set it free. lf it
comes back to you, it's yours. lf it doesn't, it never was."
Mr. Jim Lamb teaches 7th and 8th Grade English,
7th Grade Health, and 7th Grade Physical Educa-
tion. He attended Wayne State in Nebraska and
received a B.A.E. in Physical Education, Safety
Education, and English. He enjoys being with his
family and watching sports events. His favorite
quote is, "There are a lot of things l am, wrong is
not one of them."
Ms. Sandra Sklavos teaches 10th Grade English,
Speech, Drama, American Literature, English
Literature, and Modern Literature. Ms. Sklavos
has a B.A. from Parsons College. Her hobbies
are reading and watching sports events.
Jim DiJohn has been at EHS for 3 years teaching
Accounting, Recordkeeping, Business Law, Business Math,
and Data Processing, Mr. DiJohn is the Girls Basketball
coach. He is also the P.A, announcer for the EHS sporting
events fthe Voice of the Rocketsl, Mr. DiJohn graduated
from William Penn College in 1980. His favorite quote isg
"Whether you think' you can or think you can't-you're
Kathy Fortune has been at EHS this past year. She teaches
Office Practice, Shorthand, and Typing. She is the assistant
coach in girls basketball and softball. Her favorite quote isg
"Be yourself and don't be a fake."
Jack Harrison has been at EHS for three years. He teaches
Government, World History, Western Cultures, and 8th Grade
History. Mr. Harrison also coaches Junior High Wrestling and is
assistant coach in both Wrestling and Football. He has a B.A.
from Westmar College. His hobbies are sports and playing
cards. His favorite quote is "Never complain and never
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Ron Welsch has been teaching at EHS for 10 years. He
teaches History and Woodworking, he also coaches
Baseball and assistant Football. Mr. Welsch received his
B.A. from Iowa State University and William Penn College.
His favorite food is steak and his hobby is hunting,
Dan Keller has been a teacher at EHS for seven years and he teaches
Spanish, 7th Grade Social Studies, Behavioral Science, and Contem-
porary Problems. He also sponsors the Spanish Club. Mr. Keller has a
B.A. in Spanish and Social Work from the University of Northern Iowa
and 30 hours in Counseling from Northeast Missouri State. His hobbies
are fishing, outdoor work, and reading. His favorite quote isp "Love is
the process of my leading you gently back to yourself."
Mr. Hensley has been at EHS for the past 16 years. He teaches
7th Grade Math, 8th Grade Math, General Math, and Con-
sumer Math. He is also Athletic Director and the Girls' Track
Coach. Mr. Hensley graduated from William Penn College and
has taken hours from Drake and NMSU. His favorite food is
pecan pie and his hobbies are sports, hunting, and fishing. His
favorite quote isg "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to
Sharma Parlett has been at EHS for the past 10 years. This year she teaches
Pre-Algebra, Computer Programming, and Elementary Learning Disabilities.
Her favorite food is pizza and her favorite quote is: "The best way to handle
stress is to create stress."
Jim Dose is in his first year at EHS. He teaches Pre-Algebra, Algebra I,
Geometry, Algebra ll, and Trigonometry. Mr. Dose is also the Boys' Basketball
Coach, Assistant Track coach, and Junior High Football Coach. He is a graduate
of the University of Northern Iowa and now enjoys golf as a pastime. His favorite
quote: "Don't talk about doing it, just do it!!!"
TEACHERS GF SCIENCE
Mr. Greene received his B.A. degree at the University
of Northern lowa and he has done work toward his
M.A. at Northeast Missouri State. He teaches
Chemistry, Advanced Biology, and Physical Science.
He coaches softball and is the photography sponsor.
His favorite movie was "Doctor Zhivago". His most en-
joyed quote is "Find something to do or check out."
High School Biology and 8th Grade Physical Science
are the courses taught by Mr. Epperly. He received his
B.S. degree at the University of Dubuque and his
graduate work at eastern Illinois and the University of
Alabama. He has taught at EHS for 14 years. He en-
joys "MASH" with Alan Alda. His favorite movie is
"Long Hot Summer."
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Mr. Conrad is in his second year at EHS. While teaching
Elementary P.E. and 7th Grade Science he coaches the
varsity football team, boys track, and junior varsity
basketball. His most favored movie is "The Outlaw
Josie Wales". Mr. Conrad's favorite saying is "They
say all great men are dying and I don't feel so good
Mr. Adam is in his second year of work at EHS. He
graduated from St. Ambrose College in Davenport. His
activities outside of school include farmwork and other
outdoor activities. This year he also took on the task of
directing the school drama productions.
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Accompianists-Nancy Andrews and Lynda Heckenberg
Paul Navara has been a band director at EHS for four
years. He directs the 6th Grade Band and the J.V. Band.
He has a B.A. from Luther College. Mr. Navara enjoys
eating pickled turkey gizzards and watching Dan Rather
give the news. His hobbies are motorcycling, golf, and ten-
nis. His favorite quote: "I am easy to please as long as I
have things my way."
Dulane Aaberg has been teaching at EHS for one year. He
teaches 7th Grade Band and Varsity Band. He also directs the
Pep Bands and the Jazz Band. Mr. Aaberg has a BM degree
from the University of lowa. His favorite food is Chinese, his
favorite movie is the Wizard of Oz, and his favorite performer is
the Berlin Philharmonic. Mr. Aaberg's hobbies are hiking and
SHOP AND AGRICULTURE
Donald Kent has been at EHS for 20 years teaching Vocational Agriculture,
Metals and Welding, and other shop classes. He also sponsors the EHS
Chapter of the Future Farmers of America. Mr. 'Kent got his college training at
Simpson College, l.S.U., Wisconsin State, and the University of Missouri. His
favorite quote is: "Anything worth doing is worth doing right."
Robert Michael has been at EHS for seven years. He teaches most of the ln-
dustrial Education classes. Mr. Michael went to college at Northeast Missouri
State. He has a B.S. in Industrial Education. His hobbies are fishing, hunting,
skiing, and sailing. Below Joe Loftus was a student teacher at EHS. He was
helping Mr. Michael with his classes.
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Mr. Jim Nockels teaches 8th Grade through 12th
Grade Art classes. He received his B.A. from the
University of Northern lowa, He enjoys carving,
fishing, and traveling. His favorite quote is, "Many
things in life are like a kiss, you get out of them what
you put into themf,
Mr. Michael Tiller teaches Kindergarten through 6th Grade
Art and 8th Grade Art. He is also working with Peer
Counseling and is a Study Hall Supervisor. Mr. Tiller has a
BA. from Northern Iowa University. He enjoys fixing
things. His favorite quote is "So little done-So much to
Mr. Keith Fick teaches 7th Grade through 12th
Grade Physical Education. He attended NMSU
and received a B,A. from Buena Vista College.
He enjoys hunting, golf, and being with his fami-
ly. His favorite quote is, "It will feel better when
it stops hurting."
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Ms. Betty Hibbs has been at EHS for 13 years. She acquired a
B.S. degree from Iowa State University. Her extracurricular ac-
tivities include Adult Education and Junior Class sponsor.
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Mrs. Karen White, the librarian, holds a B.S. in Psychology and
Library Science from NMSU. She also received an M.A. in
Guidance Counseling from NMSU. Mrs, White enjoys rifle
shooting, sewing, reading, and cooking. Her favorite quote is
"Strive not so much to prove yourself but to improve yourself."
Mrs. Simmons teaches tutoring and special
education to junior and senior high school
students. She also teaches 7th Grade Art. She
has been at E.H.S. for nineteen years. She at-
tended Drury College and Kansas University.
She has attained her M.A. and B.S.S. degrees.
Her favorite movie is "On Golden Pond."
Mr. O'Malia has been at E.H.S. for five years.
He teaches Consumer Economics and Learning
Disabilities. He earned his AA. and B.A. at the
University of Northern Iowa. He enjoys the
Johnny Carson show and jazz music. His
favorite movie is "Return ofthe Pink Panther."
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Row One, J. D. Sinnif, Doug Brinegar, Brent Feehan, Deana Venator, Becky Stewart. Row Two, John Sutton, Daphne Horton, Sara Taylor, Mark
Johnson, Mr. Ward, Kathy Ross, Kaye Jager, Missy Kelsey, Rob Teno.
Row Oneg Robin Morrissey, Joleen Randell, Susan Fisher, Molly Morrissey. Row Two, Duane Grooms, Mr. Ward, Mark VerHulst.
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Amy Roe, Carla Ferguson, Shelly Richards, Sara Taylor.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
1982-83 Greenhands are: Row
one: Rick Critchlow, Phil Ray,
Wade Jager, Mark Dalbey. Row
Two: Doug Stober, Brent
Roberts, Ray Riley. Row Three:
Randy Veldhuizen, Gary Hynick.
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Row one: Klint Sammons, Bob Burdock, Scott Fee, Doug Brinegar, Pat Larkin, Mike DenHartog, Paul Haselhuhn, Larry DeHamer. Row Two: Chris Larkin,
Rod McGlothlen, J. D. Sinnif, Tom Schultz, Kent Johannes, Rob Teno, Joe Bay. Row Three: James Klodt, Kevin VanDorin, Kevin Presley, Julie Klodt, Diana
Harvey, Mike Roberts. Row four: James Clark, Dan Edgren, Sam VanDyk, James Meredith, Mike Randell, George Hynick, Wayne VerSteegh.
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Front Row: Stephanie Gardner, Jodi Fox, Molly Morrissey, Jackie Shultz, Angie
Aalsburg, Randy Veldhuizen, Duane Grooms, Second Row: Mrs. DeKraai
lsponsorl, John Sutton lphotographerl, Patty Belzer lsecretaryl, Holly Dobson
leditorl, Shelly Wyatt lassistant editorl, Robin Dinkel, Bruce Bennett, Jeff Fry.
Back Row: Barb Antolik, Ally Sarver, Trisha Daakey, Chuck Bonnett, Brenda
Smith, Theresa Dobson, Sheryl Long.
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Stober lvice presidentl, Joyce Klodt lforeign exchangel. Row two: Barb Gard, Diana Price, Trisha Daakey, Brenda Bruch, Gary Kerr, Barb
Antolik, Ally Sarver, Sam Mart. Row Three: Trudy Kerby, Barb Hildebrand, Sandy Vanlomeren, Tammy Leahy, Angie Fisher, Jeff
Howard, Daniel Fisher. Row Four: Patty Belzer, Kim Conn, Pat Walker, Harold Brinegar, Deb Edgren, Angie Harrison, Eugene Karaba, Ray
Riley. Row five: Jim Beaver, Glen Askeland, Mike Randell, Kaye Jager,Sara Taylor, Amy Kerby, Teri Sedore, Diana Harvey.Row Six:
Sam VanDyk, Billy Bayer, Lori Hartman, Daphne Horton, Tammy Cundiff, Tammy Kerby, Melinda Shafer, Lynn Wilson,
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EHS FALL PLAY
MARY CALL .... ............... .... L I SA STRASKO
DEVOLA . . . .... PATTY BELZER
ROMEY ....... .... J OHN SUTTON
IMA DEAN .... . DANA SCHIPPERS
KISER PEASE . . . . . DOUG BRINEGAR
GOLDIE PEASE ..,... . ...... HOLLY DOBSON
MISS CONNELL .......... . MELINDA SHAFER
MISS OLIVE CONNELL .... .THERESA DOBSON
MISS BREATHITT .... . .... CARLA FERGUSON
GAITHER GRAYBEL .... ..... M ONTY RANSFORD
ALMA GRAYBEL ..... ..... T RACEY RICHARDS
LACEY ARDWELL .... ...... S USIE ROBUS
CHRISSY .......... ......... J ODI FOX
LEALA ..... . . LINDA STRASKO
SAMMY ...... . . . CHRIS SUTTON
HANNA JO . . . .... TAMI ELSWICK
BOBBI JO ..... . . .JACKIE SHULTZ
PREACHER . . . PAUL HASELHUHN
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This year homecoming was a great
event-zany in every way. All the students
participated in activities such as the Almost-
Anything-Goes-Day, Dress-Up Day, Crazy
Day, Black and Gold Day, and Etc. Etc. And
then finally to end the week the parade and
the football game. Once again this year the
yearbook staff is honored to record such a
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This year's speech contestants have done very well. Seven
groups received division I ratings and 3 groups received division
II ratings. Those receiving division I ratings and participated in
state contest are:
DUET ACTING: Patti Belzer, Lynn Wilson
READER'S THEATRE: Holly Dobson, Serena Donnelly, Jodi
Fox, Dana Schippers, Linda Strasko.
SOLO MIME: Serena Donnelly, Daphne Horton.
GROUP MIME: Dana Schippers, Susan Shultz, Lisa Strasko,
Tracy Richards, Susie Robus, Linda Strasko,
ONE-ACT PLAYS: Melinda Shafer, Robin Dinkel, Nancy An-
drews, Holly Dobson, Lynn Wilson, Carla
Ferguson, Patti Belzer, Theresa Dobson.
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UPERFDRMING JAZZ 1983"
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Saxophones: Kaye Jager, Sherrie Witt, Nancy Andrews, Linda Strasko, Kristy Stober, and Paul Haselhuhn
Trombones: Cory Bonnett, Doug Stober, Carla Ferguson and Jim Beaver.
Trumpets: Darin Krusemark, Tom Schultz, Kevin Presley, I-larold Hynick, and Angie Harrison.
Percussion: Mark Beaver, David Groet, Shelly Carter, and Melinda Shafer.
Guitars: Brent Feehan and Wade Dickerson.
Piano: Lynda Heckenberg
Manager: Lynn Wilson
Director: Mr. Aaberg
T a Row one: Melinda Shafer, Becky Grooms, Mark Beaver, Brent Feehan, Deb Witt, Angie Glenn, Mike Randell, Tracy Richards, Angie Harrison.
Row two: Chuck Bonnett, Margee Huff, Sue Glenn, Lori Hartman, Susie Robus, Ruth Wray, Kaye Jager, Sara Taylor. Row three: Doug Stober,
Jim Beaver, Harold Brinegar, Darin Krusemark, Deb Bruch, Shelly DeMoney, Patti Belzer, Linda Strasko. Row four: Harold Hynick, Brenda Smith,
Pat Walker, John Sutton, Tracey Emanuel, Becky Stewart, Kathi Harrison. Row five: Robert Stocker, Julie Klodt, Sherrie Witt, Lynn Wilson, Joyce
Klodt, Garry Kerr. Row six: Monty Ransford, Mike Roberts, Dan Edgren, Kevin Presley, Mr. Aaberg.
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Row one: Jill Fox, Jodi Fox, Martina Roberts, Jackie Shultz, Jewel Glandon, Kathy Ross. Row two: Serena Donnelly, Trina Jones, Alisa Brinegar,
Julie Woodruff, Lara Greene, Mary Hynick, Laura Sauter. Row three: Shelly Stouwie, Heidi Fagen, Lisa Grimes, Cindy Reed, Tina Cantrell, Robin
Morrissey, Missy Kelsey, Roger Kelderman, Brian Adams, Jimmy Mccrea, Christine Cady. Row four: Julie Berry, Randy Katko, Joleen Randell, Joe
Roe, Gary Hynick, Tammy Elswick, Troy Jager, Joe Jones, Leann VandeKieft, Ted Lobberecht, Brian McCrea, Steve Bay, Cory Bonnett, Mary
Klodt. Row five: Mr. Navara, Andy Davis, Mark Roberts, Kenny Emanuel, Scott Johannes, Angie Aalsberg, Sandy Johnson, Jim Jager, Debbie
Robus, Stephanie Gardner.
The J.V. Band had a very busy
year. They started the year with
a halftime show for their
hometown. They also marched
in three parades, Octoberfest,
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and Eddyville's Homecoming.
THE SCJUND GF MUSIC
Row one: Dana Rupe, LaDonna O'Sullivan, Dawn Groet, Renee Noe, Holly Dinkel, Sara Cardwell. Row two: Tony Price, Eric Francis,
Tiffany Pinney, Valerie Richards, Brenda Denl-lartog, Lyle Davis, Brent Goodwin, Mike Hartman, Troy Lobberecht, Kim Atchison, Molly
Morrissey. Row three: Travis Katko, Ryan Shultz, Chris Bonnett, Bobby Tidball, Shawn Dickerson, Randy Cantrell, Duane Grooms. Row
four: Scott Greer, Kim Waller, Sandy VandeKieft, Mark Verhulst, Greg Schippers, Mr. Aaberg.
THE E.H.S. VARSITY CHGIR
SINGS IN HARMONY
Front row L-R: Holly Dobson, Sue Glenn, Margee Huff, Tracy Richards, Deb Witt, Dana Schippers, Barb Antolik, Chris Atchinson, Lynn Wilson,
Angie Glenn, Becky Grooms and Carla Ferguson Second row L-R: Director, Rich Adam, Teresa Soots, Kaye Jager, Sara Taylor, Angie Harrison,
Susan Schultz, Harold Brinegar, Mike Roberts, Mike Randall, Doug Stober, Lynda Heckenberg, Nancy Andrews, Linda Strasko, Shelly Carter, and
Becky Johnson Third row L-R: Kathi Harrison, Patti Belzer, Kristy Stober, Diana Kerr, Brian Cundiff, Mile Wilson, Kent Johannes, Paul Haselhuhn,
Clay Thomas, Rhonda Richards, Jodi Vance, Joy Bolibaugh, Lavonne Cook, Shelley DeMoney, Sherrie Witt, Cindy Elswick Fourth row L-R: Teresa
DeHamer, Sandy Van Zomeron, Lisa Strasko, Deb Edgren, Dani Walker, Doug Johannes, Mark Beaver, Brent Feehan, J. D. Sinnif, Robin Dinkel,
Susie Robus, Shelly Richards, Allison Sarver, Tracey Emanuel, Brenda Smith, and Teresa Dobson
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row-Lavonne Cook, Kent Johannes. Second row-Robin Dinkle,
Brian Cundiff, Mr. Adam, Lisa Strasko, Clay Thomas. Third
row-Susan Shultz, Paul Haelhuhn, Theresa Dobson, Susie Robus,
Kaye Jager, Holly Dobson, Kristy Stober, J. D, Sinniff. Fourth
row-Joy Bolibaugh, Mark Beaver, Nancy Andrews, Michael
Randall. Fifth row--Cindy Elswick, Harold Brinegar.
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the Varsity Choir. The 1982-83 Triple Trio was
directed by Mr. Adams, lfrontl First row-Shelly
Carter, Becky Grooms, Tracy Richards, Second
row-Holly Dobson, Linda Strasko, Angie
Harrison, Third row-Lynn Wilson, Carla
Ferguson, Diana Kerr.
First row, left to right-David Ames, Rob Rouze, Jimmy McCrea, Bobby Witt, Troy Jager, Chris Sutton, Laura Sauter, Robin Morrissey, Julie
Woodruff, Micki Cox, Misty Pilcher, Wendy Jackson, Laura Greene, Jill Fox, Trina Jones. Second row, Larry Miller, Darin VanArkel, Pat Soots,
Rob Riley, Jodi Fox, Martina Roberts, Cheryl Greer, Jewel Glanden, Cindy Reed, Christine Cady, Alisa Brinegar, Tina Cantrell, Rose l-lanes, Susan
Fisher, Jody Blommers, Shelly Stowie, Tammy Elswick, Joleen Randell, Third row: Mr. Adam, Jamie Bennett, Scott Johannes, Brian Adams, Steve
Bay, Tony Atchinson, Randy Veldhuiezan, Daphne Horton, Serena Donally, Angie Aalsburg, Jackie Shultz, Kathy Ross, Stephanie Gardner, Tammy
Cundiff, Hiedi Fagen, Leanne Vandekieft, Tammy Kerby, Amy Kerby. 83
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Greg rests his vocal chords. Sara studies the music.
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Groet, Sandy VanDekieft. Second row: Theresa Worrall, Julie Darland, Duane Grooms, Mark Verl-lulst, Shane Wolvers, Greg Schippers, Renee
Noe, Dee McDonough, Mr. Adam. Third row: Bobby Tidball, Rodney Shafer, Kim Waller, Eric Francis, Charles Wallace, Tony Price, Mike Connell,
Holly Dinkel, Scott Eklofe, Tiffany Pinney.
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Pella Christian 1 2
Blakesburg 10 2
Sigouney 7 5
Moravia 12 0
Pleasantville 7 5
Centerville 5 10
Colfax 7 3
Monroe 4 3
Prairie City 12 1
Martinsdale St. Mary 5 1
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Ottumwa 3 4
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GULD! 83' HUT'
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Harold Hynick, Brian Lourens.
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one: Jeff Fry, Bruce Raymie, Rick Critchlow, Harold Barnes, Wade Jager. Row two: Scott Ellis, Brian Adams, Mike Roberts, Mike Randall
Osterloh, Mark Johnson. Row three: David Dalbey, David McDonough, Doug Johannes, Doug Stober, Joe Roe.
Row one: Bob Witt, Pat Lee, Scott Johannes, Jim Jager, Brian McCrea, Cory Bonnett. Row two: Jim McCrea, Rob Harvey, Randy Katko Dan
McDonough, Mark Roberts, Steve Beenken. Row three: Jammie Bennett, Bill Barnes, Calvin Atchison.
Row one: Lyle Davis, Eric Francis, Shawn Sheldon, Travis Katko, Mark VerHulst, Buzz Aalsberg, Travis Allison, Ryan Schultz. Row two Mike
Connell, Randy Cantrell, Shane Wolver, Brent Huffman, Charles Wallace, Scott Eklofe, Rodney Shafer, Troy Lobberecht, Greg Schippers Row
three: Duane Grooms, Chris Bonnett, Mike Hartman, Bobby Tidball, Tony Price, Shawn Dickerson, Tom Harnden, Lee Lukehart.
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"Pat Larkin locks up"
Rob Riley flattens his man.
Coach Lamb and Coach Harrison watch a match
Pat is ready to shoot out!
Bruce Bennett is anxious to get started! if' '
OUR J .V. WRESTLERS
From left to right Bruce Vance, Justin Fry, Mark Johnson, John Hill, Ray Riley, Coach Harrison
Sr. 1 19-Bruce Bennett
Fr. 126-Harold Barnes
JUNIGR HIGH WRESTLERS
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First Row: Duane Grooms, Lyall Davis, Rodney Shafer, Pat Soots, Mike Hartman, Greg Schippers, Chris Bonnett, Scott Greer, Cory Bonnett,
Second Row: Billy Barnes, Brent Goodwin, Shawn Dickerson, Charles Wallace, Jamie Bennett, Darin VanArkel, Rob Harvey, Coach Harrison,
Third Row: Buzz Aalsberg, Pat Lee, Dan McDonough, Ted Lobberecht, Steve Beenken, Justin Williams, Cal Atchison, Mark Roberts, Randy Katko.
Bruce Bennett-119 Sr.
1983 Sectional Champ
VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL
Row one: Brenda Smith, lmanagerl, Mr. Dose, lcoachl, Sherrie Witt, lmanagerl. Row two: Kent Johannes, Clay Thomas, Glen Askeland, Tom
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JUNIOR VARSITY BUYS
Row one: Sam VanDyk, fmanagerl, Vince Remmark, Brent Roberts, Brian Adams, Gary Hynick, Mike Randall, Todd Jager. Row two: Tracey
Emanual, imanagerl, Mike Roberts, Wade Jager, Dan Edgren, Roger Kelderman, Mark Beaver, Coach Conrad.
Row one-Mr. DiJohn, Head coach, Nancy Andrews, Dani Walker, Deanna Venator, Melinda Shafer, Miss Fortune, Assistant coach, Row
two-Diane Kerr, manager, Sara Taylor, Brenda Bruch, Carla Ferguson, Lisa Strasko, Deb Edgren, Kaye Jager, Kristy Stober, Lavonne Cook,
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Row one: Sara Taylor, Patti Belzer, Linda Strasko, Tracy Richards, Susie Robus, Ruth Wray, Margee Huff, Kaye Jager. Row two: Daphne Horton,
Kathy Ross, Deb Robus, Missy Kelsey, Trudy Kerby, Serena Donnelly, Sandy Johnsen, Jewel Glandon, Tammy Cundiff, Stephanie Gardner, Jodi
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Row one: Theresa Worrall, Dana Rupe, Val Richards, Lara Greene, Robin Morrissey, Julie Woodruff, Molly Morrissey, Wendy Jackson. Row two:
Renee Noe, Sara Cardwell, Laura Sauter, Dee McDonough, Alisa Brinegar, Joleen Randall, Rose Haines, Susan Fisher, Holly Dinkel, Dawn Groet,
Tina Cantrell. Row three: Brenda DenHartog, Cindy Reed, Kim Atchison, Tiffany Pinney, Staci Williams, Jill Fox, Mary Hynick, Mindy Mathias,
Sandy VanDeKieft, Annette VerSteegh, LeAnn VanDeKieft. 1
Row one: Greg Schippers, Shane Wolvers, Brent Huffman, Scott Greer, Bob Witt, Troy Lobberecht, Mike Connell. Row two: Scott Eklofe, Charles l
Wallace, Buddy Fox, Lyall Davis, Travis Katko, Robbie Harvey, Shawn Sheldon. Row three: Pat Lee, Jim Jager, Randy Katko, Joe Jones, Mark
Roberts, Brian McCrea, Scott Johannes, Jim McCrea.
Amy Roe, Holly Dobson, Kathi Harrison, Theresa DeHamer, Lynda Heckenberg, Robin Dinkel, Nancy Andrews. lNot pictured Colette Cadyl
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Front Row: Amy Roe,
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Top to Bottom, Captain, Teresa DeHamer, Lynda Heckenberg, Holly
Dobson, Shelly Richards, Dana Schippers.
Front, Shelly DeMoney, Becky Grooms, lCaptainl
Jackie Shultz, Back, Shelly Carter, Angie Aalsburg.
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This year's EDDY Staff worked many
long and hard hours to bring you precious
memories of this school year. We hope
you enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed
putting it together. So in conclusion we
the staff would like to thank the students,
administration, and faculty for your
photosg without you this book would not
be a success.
THE 1983 EDDY STAFF
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