Edwardsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Edwardsville, IL)

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AND NOW PRESENTING SCHOOL IL EDWARDSVILLE HIGH VoL. 67 snmen) ierstudqies tS yp A ymores) oporting Players (Juniors) stars (Seniors) Act | (Sports) Intermission Act Il (Events) Intermission Act Ill (Events) Crews (Groups) Producers and Directors (Administration and Faculty) The houselights dim; a spotlight searches the stage and the excitement mounts as this year’s Tiger production begins. A showcase of talent, a spectacle to be remembered and shared... . But now the stage is set. The die is cast. The show has begun! Hello! and welcome to the show! In the following pages you are going to meet this year’s freshmen. People still finding their way, getting a hold on themselves throughout the year. Unsure, but gaining strength. That's why they are this year’s prompters, holding the production together. So sit back... the show's about to begin. Class sponsors: Miss Sandra Stichling and Mr. Joseph Mercer Mimi Byron, class president; Roschelle McCaskill, vice-pres.; Tracy Woolfolk, secretary; Mary Schwartz, treasurer To Everything, a Beginning (But Will It Ever End?) Paul Abernathy Kim Abram Darrin Agne James Anderson Crystal Armes Robert Ashby Kurt Atkins Tod Ballard Laura Bancroft Debbie Bangert Eric Barker Dean Bast Carole Beamon Howard Beard Kenny Becker Theresa Bell Mary Bender John Bequette Matt Bertels Charleen Bettorf Lynn Bielicke Maury Bingham Jerry Birchler Robert Bixen Amy Blahous Shaun Bobo Lisa Boda 6 Freshmen Who Said This Was Going to Be Easy? Charles Boda Darin Boggs Julie Bond Marina Bort John Bostick Sue Bouse Alan Boyer Mark Bradford Terry Bradford Mike Bradley Todd Brammeier Jeff Brase Paul Brazier Tom Brewer Cathy Briley Laura Broadwater Eric Brown Mike Brown Wendell Brown Tim Brunnworth Lori Buckingham Robin Buckman Hank Burge Lisa Burgess Chris Burns Kevin Burns Freshmen 7 Shakespeare? We have to read Shakespeare? Deirdre Burnside Lana Burrus Michelle Burton Mimi Byron Paul Cain Monica Carnaghi Casaundra Carpenter Mike Carpenter Mike Carson Donna Chesley Linda Christensen J. Matt Clark Brian Clawson Lonnie Clayton Debbie Cleveland John Cloninger Tracey Cockrill Dale Coleman Greg Colligan Geri Conreaux Kevin Cook Kevin Coulson Bruce Coultas Mike Cover Glenda Cox James Crabtree Debbie Cralley 8 Freshmen You Mean There Is No Elevator in This School? Chris Crane Gail Crockarell Carla Custer Chad Czerny Mark Davis Stephen Debeaux Eric DeConcini Joy Denton Doug Dial Lisa Dickerson Pat Dickerson Holly Dillon Dana Dippold Mary Doll Kenny Donald Ray Dragich Steve Drda Denise Dumar Thea Dumas Joy Dunlap Dan Durell Kerri Durr Diana East Julie Eaves Brian Eden Andy Edwards Karma Elam Kelly Elliff Stephanie Ellis Tracy Enos Sandy Ferraris James Fife Stacy Filter Wendy Firsching Greg Fisher Ted Flamer Todd Flamer Melinda Foe Jenny Foehrkolb Alison Franke Bruce French Tracy French Freshmen 9 I've Been Here a Year, and Haven’t Found My Locker! Diann Frisse Denise Fritsche Marilyn Gaffney Ricky Galbraith Claire Garder Rich Garver Donna Gauf Lisa Gerhardt Bruce Gerstenecker Sue Gerstenecker Tracy Giedeman Gyle Gieseking Jeff Gieseking Bill Gillespie Jeff Gillespie Matt Going Steve Goodman Jim Gorman Steve Gower Sue Grapperhaus Darrin Greeling Darcy Gregor Susan Gregor David Gremaud Randy Guffy Mark Gusewelle 10 Freshmen So This Is High School? Well, It Is Different. Sherri Gusewelle David Gvillo Steve Hack Dale Hackethal Frank Haines Michele Haines Lisa Hair Mike Halbe David Hall Deena Hall Jeff Halverson Dennis Hamby Randy Hamel Eddie Hamill Patty Hamilton Joyce Hammond Nancy Hansel Mark Harbers Steve Harrell Christa Harris Jana Harrison Carl Hartley Larry Hartman Maureen Hartnagel Bill Hartzel Ali Hashimi Dawn Hawkins Freshmen 11 Do | Need a Hall Pass? What’s a Hall Pass? Candace Hayes Carl Hedlund Melissa Heepke Brent Heiney Randy Hellinger Kelly Hellmann Cheryl Helms sespepett é.. Shelly Henderson Amy Henninger Dave Henry Les Henry David Henson Paige Henson Sheila Hernandez Todd Hertel Maria Hill Kathy Hillis Julie Hitch Mary Hodge Kecia Hoehn Christy Hoffman Paul Holland Stacey Holmes Liz Horvath Eric Hosto Mark Houba Stephanie Huber 12 Freshmen This Is Not Exactly What | Expected. Trace Hug Cary Hunter Mary Kay Hyten Dwitt Isringhausen Richard Jackson Kenny Jacobs Cathy Jamison Randy Jarosik Delfaye Jason Ricky Jines Todd Johnessee Chris Johnson Darrell Johnson Jeanie Johnson Kelly Johnson Kim Johnson Mindy Johnson Richard Johnson Steve Johnson Teresa Johnson Pat Johnston Mike Jones Shelly Jones Tracy Jones Mark Jorden Pete Jordan Steve Judd Deanna Kay Ken Keltner Melinda Ketterlin Chuck Kibbons Kim Kimball Cary King Freshmen 13 Kevin King Jim Kipp Greg Knezik Martin Koertge George Kokoropoulos Alan Kolesa Debbie Koller Ralph Kostyshock Charles Kovarik Randy Krapf Chris Krieger Mark Krome Keith Kuchta Dominga Kullberg Scott Kummer Steve Kurtak Anne Ladd Larry Lamar Joan Lanahan David Lange Ed Lange Kim Langenwalter Michelle Langreder Bob Langreder Laura Laswell Joey Lautner Beth Leady Ken Legate Tommy Leichsenring Mary Ann Loge Anne Long Mary Long Ralph Lowe Denise Lowry Cindy Ludwig Bill Lundak Lisa Lyons Marilyn Madison Doug Magac Danny Mainer Alan Mallory Mark Mangum 14 Freshmen No, | Was Not Late. ..1 Was Lost. Is That Smoke Coming Out of the Bathroom? Kay Marks Chris Martin Curt Martin Phil Mason Kermit Massey Darin Matlock Jane Matta Roschelle McCaskill Kathy McDonald Kelly McDonald Sean McDonald David McHugh David McKinney Perry McMichael Gina McMurray Rod Meikamp Anita Merritt Brian Meyer Doug Meyer Jeanne Meyer Karla Meyer Michele Meyer Paula Meyer Laurie Mick Mike Milkoski Curtis Miller Freshmen 15 My Future Here Is Kinda Scary. What Will Happen? Danny Miller Rhonda Miller Sandra Miller Todd Mills Stacey Mitchell Eric Monroe Rhonda Monroe Anita Moore Steve Moore Keith Morehead Jannice Morgan David Morrison David Mueller Jamie Munro Andy Munsell Cathy Murphy Scott Myers Kevin Nabe Cindy Neumann Sara Neunaber Leroy Noland Annette Nolte Steve Norris Greg Noto Phil Nuernberger Amy Oberdieck Ruth Olive 16 Freshmen | Really Resent Being Called Frosh to My Face. Kathy Olney Paula Opel Emily Ottwein Scot Parker Sylvia Pauley Lisa Pauli Todd Paulsmeyer Karen Payne Dawn Perotti Connie Perry Susan Perry Lisa Peters David Peterson Kelly Peterson Angie Pfleger Chris Phelps Keith Phillips Laura Phillips Susan Pierce Susan Piper Doug Pirtle Tammy Plagemann Brad Podner Randy Pollard Lori Pontius Rod Poos Lisa Postalwait Michele Potter Brian Pouch Nancy Powell Kelly Price Dawn Primas Jeff Prott Melinda Rains Tim Rallo Tom Reagan Doug Reames Steve Reckmann Tod Redick Ted Reising Sandy Renken Tim Revelle Freshmen 17 Will | Go Out With You? Do You Have a Car? Jeff Reynolds Kenny Rhodes Della Riggins Todd Riggs Lori Rimkus Diane Ringering David Rinoldi Chris Rogers Jeff Rojas Scott Roustio Angie Ruhl Scott Rushing Alana Russell Rich Russo Sean Russo Patty Sackett Jasen Saffel Darin St. lvany Jeff St. John Cheryl St. Pierre Carri Sample Glenda Saylors Kathy Scheibal Tony Schienschang Vince Schlueter Kenny Schmidt Mike Schmidt Steve Schmidt Dawn Schoenleber Norman Schoettle Denise Schoonover Denise Schreier Beth Schrumpf Shelly Schultz Brett Schwalb Mary Schwartz Ann Schwarz John Schweiger Todd Scroggins Dona Segrest Mike Shadwick Tracy Shearrer 18 Freshmen Food Fights! And They Call Us Juvenile. Angie Sheeley Julie Sherman Jennifer Simons Tracy Skaer Lori Skelton Robin Smart Kim Smith Bob Smith Vernon Smith Amy Smolar Joan Sommer Kathy Southard Tracy Sparks Kurt Stahihut Carolyn Stanley Billy Stapleton Renee Stark Marsha Steckling Linda Stoces Jill Stoff Stephanie Strohman David Struempf Grant Suhre Kristen Sultan Cathy Summers Janice Svoboda Freshmen 19 Tom Tangaran Lisa Tellor Lloyd Thorp Kenny Tilashalski Judy Tindall Judy Tolle Tom Treat Kent Trebing David Troeckler Andy Urban Mickie Vaden Terri Vallino Jon Vanarsdale George Vaughn David Vieth Eric Von Hoven Crystal Ward Matt Ward Dara Warning Anna Warren Richard Warren Robin Washburne Bill Wasser Barbie Watsek Joyce Weber Anita Webster Billy Wegeng 20 Freshmen Give Me Time... I'll Get Taller. FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED: Reece Ebert Patricia Fagan Jim Gomer Eric Huber David Klaustermeier David Middleton Three More Years to Go. Mark Porter Rebecca Richardson Robert Rives Mike Scheibal Sherry Wells Betty Williams Matt Wehling Chris Welch Pam Weldon Andrea Welikow Arthur Wendler Lisa Werner Dale West Jeff Westerhoid Lorie Wetzel Bill Wheat Tracey Wheeler Gary White Mark Wiegand Eric Wildgrube Lori Wilkinson Dan Will Carol Wille Dana Williams Linda Williams Stacey Winovich Beth Wood Traci Woolfolk Mary Jo Zacha Matt Zagel Lori Zupanci Freshmen 21 Listen to that applause! The sophomore class has done it again. In the midst of major decisions about their futures, they have remained an important part of our school. They know the ropes; that's why they are our understudies. Let's meet them now, before the applause dies down... UNbeRsTubiEs — SOPHOMORES Gay Class sponsors: Mr. Craig Lecce and Mrs. Pam Sidener. Class secretary Becky Bertels; Paula Jones, president; Mary Stack, treasurer; not pictured — vice-president Cathy Becker. Two Years Already. I’d Still Like to Find My Locker. Tom Acor Tobi Adkins Kyle Ahart Tim Ahlers Steve Ahrens Ron Anderson Seott Anderson Phyllis Andrews John Arth Janice Bain Kim Baker Steve Bangert Randy Banks Joan Bardelmeier Steve Bardelmeier Becky Barnes Sherri Barnes John Bartlett Celeste Barton Stephanie Barton Jeanea Batson Jeff Bean Cathy Becker Amy Benjamin Rhonda Bennett Matt Berlemann Becky Bertels Keith Bertels Paul Bertels Laura Bielicke Cinda Blankenship Tim Blythe Mary Bobrowski Tina Boccaleoni Marlene Bosch Adrian Bowie Jim Bowler Mark Boyer Lisa Bradford Sarah Bradshaw Danny Brandhorst Jim Brase Sophomores 23 Pat Braun Ron Brinkmann Bruce Brooks Kris Buchanan Robert Buck Jackie Buehler Laura Buehler Ron Buente Linda Buford Laura Burian Donna Burke Ann Burns Jack Burns Dena Burrus Robert Caban Marvin Cantley Fae Carlson Kelly Carter Paul Cerbie Kim Clark Laurie Coffey Karen Collins Jed Conroy Kelly Cook Leo Cook Pam Cooley 24 Sophomores Grammar... Again? Have | Taken a Foreign Language? Si, Senor. John Cooper Elise Corlew Cindy Cornwell Cliff Couch Carmela Coultas Tami Courtney Laura Crain Keith Criminger Tammy Crouch Patty Cullen Jackie Davis Sheri Davis Jim Dean Tracy Deckard Kayde Decker Mike DeLeonardis Barb Denny David Denton Therese Detienne Jerry Dickerson Lisa Dickerson Steven Dietz Greg Dobrinich Keith Donald Donnie Dorsey Darren Doty Jeff Dresch Sophomores 25 At Least They Don’t Call Me Frosh Anymore. John Dujka Brian Duncan Dawn Dunn Rich Eberhart Erik Edmister Jean Edmond Laura Ellsworth Eric Evans Kim Everett Mike Fagan Rhonda Falter Joan Fanning Stephanie Farmer Dennis Fellhauer Melanie Flamer Brett Flaugher Jill Foehrkolb Scott Foehrkolb Linda Fost er Gabe Frijters Tim Gaertner Terry Gaines Cathy Gallina Chris Garbs Jeff Gause Mike Gentry Mike George 26 Sophomores Driver’s Ed. ...at Last! Scott Gerdes Scott Gillespie Bob Gillmore Chris Goehe Mary Goodall Don Gorsage Donna Grant Kathy Gray Sherry Gray John Gregory Dawn Grenzer Cathy Grezlak Glen Gusewelle Susan Gvillo Barb Hair Dan Halcom Greg Hamiet Jim Hanes Michelle Hanfelder Keith Hanke Tina Hanser Tim Harris John Harrison Mike Hartnagel David Harvey Richard Hassinger John Hatfield Leslie Havens Mark Hawkins Patty Heberer Kim Helfer Kyle Henderson Mary Henderson Sophomores 27 Of Course I’ve Driven Before — Where Are the Pedals? Chris Henke Cindy Herrmann Drew Hettenhausen Jeff Hindelang Deborah Hischke Eugene Hitch Joseph Ho Stacy Lynn Hoehn Tracy Holeman Lisa Hoskins Sherree Hoskins Bill Houba Sherry Houghton Tracy Huffman Rod Humerickhouse Tina Hunt Mark Hyten Eric Jackson Randy Jackson Sharon Jackson Marita Jason Jim Jestes Lori Johnessee George Johnson Jim Johnson Mark Johnson Mark Johnston Melody Jones Paula Jones Mark Kaman Karrie Kannall Cindy Kasten Todd Kaufmann 28 Sophomores For My Birthday, Can | Have a Car? Like a Vette. John Kayser Mike Keith Betty Keller Pam Kessinger Kerrie Ketterlin Tom King Katie Knecht Larry Knecht Jeff Knezik Kim Koelker Shellie Koenig Mike Kohimiller Costa Kokoropoulos Linda Kotkiewicz Steve Kruschik Doug Laird Alan Lake Dennis Lancaster Debbie Lange Chery! Langenwalter Dawn Langford Rodney Lanham Mike Latempt Andy Launer Judy Leiper Susan Leitner Sophomores 29 Integers? Cosines? Just Tell Me How Much Lunch Is, Chris Leonard Joe Levora Bob Lohr Carmen Long Mindy Lorch Linda Ludwig ad Karen Luedders at “ ‘ ae Robert Luttrell Bill Lyons Kevin MacDonald Brian Magac Lori Manning Bob Martin Carla Martin Gary Martin Roger Martin Russell Martin Troy Matlock Earl Mattea Melissa May Steve McEwen Erin McGillian Karla McGinnis Jerry McHugh Kris McManus Jody McRae Scott Mehlisch 30 Sophomores I’m Really Not Sure Where I’m Heading Yet. Marvin Meng Noelle Merritt Blake Meyer John Mick Brian Miller Christine Miller Garry Miller John Miller Mary Miller Scott Miller Susan Miller Robin Misukonis Jackie Mitchell Jerry Modrusic Larry Monroe Ruthane Monroe Kim Moore Martin Moore Tom Moore Kevin Mosby Derrick Mosley Tammie Mueller Judy Mullen Mark Mullikin Tory Myers Scott Nabe Sankar Nair Christy Nelson Sharon Neuhaus Chris Newby Mark Niebur Chris Niemeier Lisa Noeltner Sophomores 31 Substitute or Not, That’s Not a Nice Name to Use. Janet Norfleet Robert Noud Lynne Oberdieck Tim O'Laughlin Sara Olney Toni O'Neal Tom Owens Diane Paddock Danny Palmer Bob Parrott Mike Pashea Kraig Patterson Lynn Patterson Tony Patterson Kelly Patton Joyce Payne Stephen Pence Diana Perry Jim Peterson John Petras Bill Phillips Mike Pifer Don Piper Dan Pizzini Lori Plumb Patty Ponce Jerry Porter 32 Sophomores For Awhile Yet, | Am Just Going to Take It Easy. Tina Porter Joe Potter John Powell Scott Prater Karen Pratt Steve Price Deborah Proffitt Shelley Pulliam Marilyn Rackley Greg Raffaelle Mary Ramsey Pam Reed Dan Regna Steve Reinneck Chuck Reising Dearyle Reising Linda Reising Todd Reller Ann Renken Sue Renken Robert Rives Leanne Robinson Sara Rockwell Kevin Rodemeyer John Romann Cherlyne Rouse Sophomores 33 | Can’t Go Out — My Hair Dryer Is Broken. Cynthia Rouse Mary Jo Ruhl Tara Russell Kim Saverson Cathy Schaefer Paul Schaefer Mike Scheffel Anna Scheibal Jo Scherff Jeff Schipkowski Gerald Schlemer Paul Schlueter Paul Schmeizel Ed Schmidt Jan Schmidt iris Schoenleber Linda Schoettle Chris Schroeder Paul Schultheis Sonia Schultz Paul Schwalb Jeff Schwarz Carrie Shaffer Dan Shashack Ken Shaw Tanya Shaw Dawn Shearrer Glen Shelley Joe Shematek Joe Sheppard Eric Sickbert Stephanie Simons Ann Sinclair 34 Sophomores Someday This Will All Make Sense. Connie Skief Andrea Smith Kelly Smith Melissa Smith Tracy Smith Vicky Smith Ted Snyder Alice Speidel Mary Stack Brian Stahlhut Scott Standley Rex Stark Chris Steinkuehler Dana Steinmann Richard Stevens Marcie Stille Scott Stoecklin Whitney Strohmeyer Matt Strub Diana Stufflebean Barry Stults Neil Suermann Mary Sulc Tad Thiems Brad Thomas David Thomas Bill Thompson Sophomores 35 Why Is It Called an “Institute of Learning’’? Cheryl Thompson Shari Thompson Darlene Trebing Gretchen Troester Brandy Turner Gene Tyler Gene Umberger Karl Unterbrink Tamara Vallow Carmen Verseman Jerry Wade Jon Walker Jim Wallace Dominic Walsh Aaron Walton Ken Walton Kenny Washington Ron Watsek John Wehling Kathy Wehling Joe Welch Annette Werneth Renee West Tracy West Julia Wetherington Andrea Wetzel Julie Wetzel 36 Sophomores Two Years Down — Two Years to Go. Bill Whitaker Rich White Sharon White Brett Whitworth Scott Whitworth Tom Wiley Jill Wilkinson Doug Williams Jeff Williams Randy Williamson Bonnie Wilson Candy Wilson Patti Wise Frank Wiseman Tim Wood Steve Steve Wrigley Mia Wuerz Mike Zubal SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED: Theresa Massey Deborah Rogers Chery! Atkinson Eric Bornemann Sharon Laswell Kevin Marks Torrell Martin Jody McLauchlan David Rudloff Tom McMullen Beth McNanley Linda Porter Heather Sarver John Sobol Mark Thomason Sophomores 37 Dim all the lights! The juniors are about to take the Stage. In their own brash way, they have grown up around us. Almost ready for the star billing but with just enough doubt left to make them the supporting players. Here they are entering the spotlight. SUPPORTING Prayers J UN IORS ] Hk | ’ Te A i Le ee | Class sponsors: Mr. Gary Winkle and Ms. Barb Ellebracht Row 1: Kim Wilson, president; Dawn Keyser, vice-president; Row 2: Beth Sellers, secretary; Gina Clayton, treasurer. There Is a Lot of Time Left, Isn’t There? Kevin Alexander Lori Allen Janet Anderson Susan Anderson Amy Armstrong Lisa Atkinson Taina Badalamenti Garrick Barnard Don Barnes Yvonne Becker Greg Beckwith Lisa Bell David Bender Tim Bennett Chery! Benway Diane Bequette John Bixen Tom Blahous Brian Blakey Jim Blase David Boedeker Kerry Boeker Sheila Boeser Scott Boggs Paul Bonilla Dennis Bouse Beth Boyer Debbie Boyer Barbara Boyle Terri Boyle Vicky Boyles Ressie Bradshaw Brian Brady Brenda Brakhane Debbie Braly Angie Brase Diane Brase Kay Braundmeier Terry Brewer Lee Bridgman Jon Briney Cindy Brockmeyer Juniors 39 Research Paper? You Have to Be Kidding! Bob Brown Brett Bruhn Mark Bruker Judy Brunnworth Beth Buehler Deanna Bullard Jim Burgess Paula Burgess Jim Burns Todd Carnaghi Becky Carpenter Lisa Carter Sherry Carter Barb Cauble Sharon Chance Jenny Chandler Julie Chapman Chris Claudson Regina Clayton Tammy Cluster Sherrie Coleman Jeff Colligan Susan Collins Kevin Cook Mike Cook Anne Cravens Mike Crockarell 40 Juniors Time to Get Into the Spirit of Things — Rah Rah Rah! Sheila Crockarell Becky Dedert Daphne Denton Jane DeRousse Brian Dickey Bruce Dickmann John Dickshot Bill Diggs Tracy Douglas Linda Dumas Susan Dunbar Doug Durell Ann Dustman Liz Eadie Lisa Eaker Darla East Sara Eden Duncan Edmister Scott Elliff Matt Elmore Ted Engelsdorfer Kris Evans Brian Farmer Kevin Farmer Jeff Faulkner Roger Felts Bob Fisher Janet Fisher Dee Fitch Barb Foe Susan Francis Susan Franke Marie Fremont Juniors 41 What We Have Here Is a Great Sense of Belonging. Becky Frillman Darrell Frisse Mark Gaertner Jeff Gaines Jenny Gallaher Sandy Galliher Cindy Gammon Paul Garde Dave Gargac Julie Gatton Sally Gengler Sam Gerdt Brian Gerstenecker Sandy Gerstenecker Melanie Giberson Connie Gibson Bryan Gieseking Ron Gillespie Gerri Glaser Allison Goldsmith Louise Gorenz Gary Graham Gerard Gray David Greco Rae Lee Griffin Dan Gude 42 Juniors Funny... ldlewood and “High” School... Neil Gusewelle Jim Hackethal Lisa Halbe Greg Halbrook Darla Haldeman Greg Hall Larry Hall Aaron Hammond Bryan Hammonds Ed Hanks John Haring Martin Harms Jane Harrison Kim Harrison Cari Hartnagel Dan Hawkins Theresa Hawkins Brian Heidbrink Brandon Heiney Shelley Heiney Pam Helle Phil Hellmann Reed Hellmann Sharon Hellrung Ann Helms Kristen Helsel Kate Henderson Jeff Henry Traig Henson Angela Hernandez Laura Herron Greg Hiland Randy Hilliard Juniors 43 We Have Grown Up... and We Care. John Ho Laura Hoeke Lora Hofmann Paul Hogen Kathi Holcomb Doug Holland Steve Holland Shari Holmes Jim Holt Kathy Hosto Jay Howell Sandy Huber Doug Huddleston Bill Hughes Shayne Hummel Jana Ingram Nancy Jamison Darren Jellen Doug Jenkins Doug Johnson Guy Johnson Laticia Johnson Leif Johnson Michelle Johnson Art Jones Judy Jones Pat Jones 44 Juniors Me? Pull a Fire Alarm? Never. Raymond Jones Jackie Jorden Christina Jouett Bill Kaman Grant Kang Geri Kannall Nathan Karlen Phil Keating Allen Keith Kelly Kerckhoff David Keyser Dawn Keyser Lavonda Kibbons Holly Kienholz Dennis Kiley Teri Kimball! Corey King Kim Kirk Scott Klaustermeier Kyle Klette David Koertge Pam Koller Glenn Kotkiewiez Larry Krapf Ron Krieger Lori Kroeger Curt Kruckeberg Juniors 45 Maybe Sometime I'll Find My Locker. Tina Kruschik Scott Kuether Mark Kummer Ken LaBlance Ed Lamb Chery! Langreder Tony Lebro Terry Leichsenring Kim Leonard Mary Leonard Bryan Lerch Judy Lewis Kyle Lewis Carol Lexow Jana Loeh Kelly Logan Kim Long Steve Love Carolyn Lovell Chris Mackie Bob Maher Greg Makler Penny Makler Veronica Malone Dee Marit Brenda Markowitz Tracillian Martin 46 Juniors So You Finally Got a Job. About Time. John Matta Scott May Steve McCormick Kim McCoy Rob McMurray Robin Meier Bob Menk Rich Metzger Brian Meyer Joe Mikes Tim Miller Tim Milner Darryl Misukonis Lisa Mize Ralph Moore Laurie Morehead Brenda Morris Pat Mueggenburg Russell Mueller Bill Mullen Frank Mullen Greg Mundy Mary Myer Barb Myers Shannon Myers Kevin Neeley Mary Nekola Benita Nelson Scott Nelson Todd Nelson Susan Neunaber Karen Neutzling Steve Newby Juniors 47 Two C’s anda D. So Much for Higher Education. Joe Newman Mary Jo Newton Gail Niebur Mike Niemeier Bev Noeltner Bob Noeltner Sherry Nolte Pat Norris Paul Nuernberger Dale Oberlag Greg Oberlag Greg Oberto Donald Ohl Kevin Olive Mike Onesky Brad Opel Darl Opel Bryn Palmer Sandy Paoni Pam Parker Alex Pellock Paula Perini Joe Pertee Janice Peterson Regis Phillipe Patti Pine Dianne Pinkas Todd Plagemann Dale Prater Scott Primas 48 Juniors Ihe Cafeteria Is a Nice Place to Visit, But... John Rader Jim Reagan Karen Reckmann Lisa Redick Brian Regna Mary Rendieman Carol Renken Roy Revelle Pam Reynolds Dan Rhodes Terry Riggins Jeff Riggs Mike Riley Peggy Roberts Susan Roberts Susan Rolens Stacy Rush Sherry Rushing Angel Ryan Elaine Saboff Steve St. Pierre Tim Sampson Kelly Sawyer Alan Schaake Jim Schaefer John Scheibal Todd Schiemer Juniors 49 Sports? I’m a Member of the Bird Watching Team Andy Schlueter Dawn Schreier Tammie Schrumpf Steve Sedlacek J. R. Segrest Beth Sellers Diane Settle Scott Shaw Terry Shearrer Jim Sheppard Joe Sim Beth Simpson Lance Smart Carrie Smith Jeff Smith Pam Snow Greg Sommer Andy Somraty Dan Spencer Leslie Spencer Gerald Spiller Kim Spotanski Susan Spurgeon Kris Stahlhut Randy Steele Martin Steffen Debbie Steinmann 50 Juniors Would You... Could You, | Mean, Go to Prom With Me? Glen Stephans Jeff Stoecklin Kim Strader Helen Stram Stephen Strohman Jeff Strohmeyer Blake Suhre Ray Svoboda Gene Syddalil Jeff Talick Dan Tang Lori Tate Phil Taylor Kevin Thebeau Richard Thompson Tammy Thompson Gail Trebing Nancy Triebes Paula Tripp Chuck Troeckler Lori Troeckler Karen Tucker Joy Turner Greg Velligan Curt Voyles Randy Voyles Juniors 51 Frances Walker Debi Wail Amy Wallace Tracy Walton Steve Wander Mark Ward Kent Weber Tim Weber Mara Wedel Cindy Weiler Scott Weiler Jeanna Weldon Dianna White Rooney White Beth Wieseman Tim Wild Mark Wilder Mike Wiley Beth Wilkins David Williams Randy Williams Clay Wilson Kay Wilson Kim Wilson Lesia Wilson Tracy Winte Amelia Wisnasky Cindy Wisnasky John Wood Kathy Wood 52 Juniors One More Year. Whoopee!!! Juniors not pictured Gary Bennett Candy Brown Patty Counts Clayton Dunn David Grant Bryan Halverson Jim Hawkins Theresa Howard Michelle Hug Jon Jones Susan Kacer David Lawrence Henry Lenharadt Janet Massey Mike Mayes Lance Orman Elsie Pillow Jeff St. Clair Jeff Thomas David Unterbrink Tina Valle Brian VanCamp Stephen Webb Julie Wescott Steve Whitworth Linda Willman Chris Zollars Mitchell Woodard Delmar Woolsey Jay Worthey John Zagel Tracy Zika Bob Zoelzer What a show! And this year’s graduating seniors are deservedly the stars. Four years of hopes and dreams. Of triumphs and failures. And of friends. Now they are ready to strike out on their own with all the memories of their glorious moments on centerstage . . . when they were the oe Sa Pet seem, 90 a Class sponsors: Ms. Sandy Sampson and Mr. John Berglin Mike Watson, vice-president: Angie Cler, secretary; Kendrea Durr, class president; Dirk Beetner, treasurer There comes a time in everyone’s life... Timothy Acra Sue Adkins Katherine Lynne Allen SIT 3, 4 (treas. 3); Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4; GAA 1; Office Worker 4 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Eric K. Adams Varsity Art Team 2, 3 That which does not me stronger Kori Dee Agne Chorus 1, 2: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Powderpuft 3, 4 Ronald Allen Mees Ti ' Cee @ «a ‘ vee ere Susan M. Ades Pep Club 1; NHS; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2,3 | Teresa Marie Ahart GAA 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 4; Homecoming Court 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4 Glen Allison Daniel J. Allaria Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 2 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court Seniors 55 Income taxes! Car payments! This is life2 ‘i Barbara A. Anderson Sherri Armes GAA 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1 2; Golf 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Mgr. 2, 4; PE Office Worker 1, 2,3, 4 Kathy Ashauer Barbara Austin Ellen Bailey Barry D. Bain Chorus 1, 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Varsity Art Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (Officer 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Team 4 3); GAA 1; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track NHS 4; Wrestling Overworked and underpaid 1, 2; Softball 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Art Tear Football you bet — enjoy while you 4 can! Gregory Merrill Baker Bonnie Barnard Derek Barnard German Club 3; Office Worker 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 First you can't wait to get in; now you Finding naif the adventures that are can't wait to get out in my mind.” 56 Seniors Of course | know what I’m going to be, | think. Nancy Lynn Bartels Deborah Beatty Terry Becker HERO4 ) ! | Sy Dirk F. Beetner Daniel Bennett David Bequette Gregory Berkman History Club 2, 3, 4 (treas. 4); Drama SIT 4; Varsity Art Team 4 Jb2 oOrus é 4; Model UN 2, 3, 4; Student 13,4 2, 3, 4; Class Treas Susan Berlemann Darryl ‘‘Red’’ Bertels Debra Ellen Bertels German Club 2: FFA 1, 2. 3: Band 1, 2 Office Occupations; Chorus 1 3, 4(Sgt. at Arms 3); Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Brass Ensemble 2, 3, 4 Seniors 57 A relationship? Whatever happened to Oscar Bettorf Randall Betts av Joseph Boccaleoni : | Bill Blase Soccer 1; Basketball 2; Homecoming 004: Band 1 Court 3 Good things go by quickly. High were the best school was eternal Kim Michelle Bollinger Student Council 1, 2; Yearbook 3 Band 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1 Volleyball 4 Gayla Bolimann Track 1,2 58 Seniors Rhonda Kay Bockstruck Although the years went f GAA 1, 2: Powderpuff 3, 4 Intramurals 3, 4; Office Worker 2, 3, 4 going steady? | i Brenda Blankenship Cathleen Boehm 2, 3, 4; All-District 3 ast, they Karl Richard Borchers Band 1, 2; Track 2; Cross Country 2 3; Gym Rats 4 If you can imagine it, you can achieve f you can dream it, you can become t Move out? My parents will have to kick me out. Melinda Bort Patrick Bowens Charles Patrick Brazier ub 1; Chorus 1; Baskett Wrestling 1, 2, 3,4 1 Hockey 2 4- NHS; Homecoming Court 2 intramural Softball 3 Brian Brenton Jeff Briney Vincent J. Broderick John Bruker NHS 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1 Tiger Times; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 1, 2; Track 2; Baseba' 2, 3; Wrestling 2; Track 1; Who's Who Football 1, 3; Homecoming Court 1, 4 1; Basketball 1 lam part of all whom | have met itwas fun while rt lasted it was really stimulating and a natura high = = Craig Brumitt Lynn Marie Brunnworth Randall Buente Office Occupations (Pari. 4); Chorus 1 GAA 1: Office Worker 1 it was a lot of fun Seniors 59 seasons and times, an ending. m Bushrow a y am 4 Laurie Jean Buhr Billie J. Burke Joan T. Burkhart Ji Spanish Club 3, 4 (Sec. 4); Yearbo: t t 54 ss Tre: ass Treas y 3, 4 (Asst. Ed. 4); Band 1 For four years time seemed to gi 1; NHS 3, 4 slow. Looking back, where did it g Joseph Alan Bushrow Jonathan Roy Byron Jan M. Caban Chris Callender History Club 1, 2, 3, 4(V.P. 3, 4) Football 2, Wrestling 2 2 Student Council 2. 3, 4 (Pres. 4 I'll never forget it Speech Team 2. 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3,4 Tiger Times 4 Patrick Callender Denny B. Carag Vincent Carpenter Roger A. Cartwright Band 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; MAD Track 1, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Circus 2,3, 4 My years in high school will always be avery memorable part of my life 60 Seniors Being a senior means never having to say you're sorry. fi a iA Frank L. ‘‘Butch’’ Chandler James Chapman Marcus Claudson Tim Clawson an Club 2, 3; Tech Club 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 lub 2, 3; AV 1; CCF 4; St 3, 4; Powderputt Coa © 1s the one and only way qe Lonette Stacy Clayton Lynette Clayton Angie Cler Jamie Cline Tiger Times 3; DECA 4; Varsity Art Class Pres. 3; Class Sec. 4; Cl Team 4 2: Track 1; Gymnastics 1, 2, 4 My best memories are of partying Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Powderputf 4 with my friends, listening to K-SHE Homecoming Court 3; Student Council and the last day of school 1,2 Patricia Clutts Susan E. Coffey Phil Conreaux Marcia Cook Class Sec. 1; Class Pres. 2; Class VP 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 3, 4; Student Council 1 Homecoming Court 3, 4 Cheerleading 1, 2; Homecoming Court 2: Powderpuff 3, 5 Seniors 61 Dear Tom: Let’s keep in touch, OK? Tina Cooley Michelle M. Corlew Maria Costan NHS 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4: All-Coun and District 2, 3, 4; All-State 1, 2, 3, 4; Band VP — Sec. 4 Who John Craig Timothy Crane Chris Criminger Student Council 3, 4; Chess 3 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 These are memorable years and my senior year was by far the best! Fred Criminger Lori Crockarell Stephen Crockarell 62 Seniors “I’m going to miss you. All of you.” Kevin Eugene Cross Julia M. Daech Track 1, 4; Cross Country 2, 3 Student Council 4; NHS 3, 4 Powderpuft 3, 4; int Worker 3, 4 ve waited four years to get out but now | hate to leave “} Bryon Arthur Daggett Thomas Dannenberg Brenda Dennis Carol Depping Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals yh school: | hate to see it go Renee J. DeRousse Cynthia Dodd Andrew Dodson Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA4 Chorus 1, 2,3 Seniors 63 Chasing dreams isn’t really so bad, is it2 Cindy Donner Deann Renee Dorsey Jere Dresch Jeffrey John Dudacek NHS 3, 4; French Club 1, 2: Chorus 1 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA Basketball 1: Tennis 1.2.3, 4(S Tennis 2, 3, 4; Who's Wt ( tics 1 4 it was fun while it lasted Carolyn Ann Dujka Michelle Dunlap Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: NHS Beta Club 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3: FTA2.3 (Treas.); Varsity Art 4; Cross Cour (Pres. 3); Band 1 3; Track 1,2, 3,4 Cotton 1.3 Speech 1, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Plays 1 | regret | have only one senior year t Kendrea K. Durr Drama 1, 2, 3, 4; Fren Z 2, 3. 4; Sew with Pres. 3, 4); Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2, 4; Class give for my high school Officer 2, 4; NHS 3, 4 Daniel F. Duryea, Jr Jennifer Ebel Kenny Ebert Jeffrey Eden Yearbook 2; Football Mgr. 1, 2 64 Seniors Coat and tie? You have got to be kidding. Daniel Edmond Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4 Homecoming Court 1, 4; AAG Champs 3; Intramurals 3; ‘Egg Bali Queen” 4 Blood and water don't mix Loretta Ellen Enloe Speech 2, 3, 4; Drama 2, 3, 4 Thespians 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; MAD Circus 3, 4; Plays 3, 4 Larry Ray Fear DO 4; VICA 3, 4 Brian Elliff Tammy S. Everett Office Worker 4; Varsity Art Team 4 | will cherish these four years of high school forever Charles Howard Feldman History Club (Model UN) 3, 4; SIT 3, 4 Band 2; Chorus 3, 4; MAD Circus 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Plays 3, 4 These were the h=ppiest years of my life? Lynn K. Elliot Varsity Art Team 3, 4; Basketball 1 Social Occupations 4 It's the people you meet and the places you go, not the classes you take and the grades that you show Julia Ann Fanning Track 2, 3; Office Worker 4 i Na Lori Felts Spanish Club 3, 4; Band 1 | had a pretty good time while | was here.” ‘ Denise Evans DECA 4; GAA 1; Office Worker 1 Student Council 1 The four years here were great and | would do it all over again Donna Marie Finke HERO 4; Band 1, 2; Powderpuff; Prom Committee 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 2 Seniors 65 “Live long, with health and happiness.” Brad Fisher Dawn A. Flamer Scott Flaugher Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1; Chor 2: Track 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 1 Powderpuff 3, 4; Home Memories, of the way we were § Michael Foehrkolb Keith Fore Sherry Foster Charles Fowler Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2 Varsity Art Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Run ’ Throughs 2, 3, 4 Meeting people, learning, competing It's a pretty nice place to visit, but wouldn't want to stay being involved, honesty these are things the seniors of ‘80 are proud of Richard Roderick Fralinger Kimberly Fravell William Frey 66 Seniors | need how many more credits to graduate? Dennis Frisse Richard Garde My junior year was my Diane Gebhart Jeffrey S. Gephart Therese Geuss Brian Gieseking Powderputf 3 Spanish Club 4 History Club 2, 3, 4; Student Counc 2, 3. 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Model UN ense does nol ask ar le chessboard, bul takes t and plays the Mary Helen Gillmore Anita Jean Glasper Kathy Gobble Cosmetology 3. 4 OEA; OO; IOEA; Gymnastics 3, 4 DE 4; Powderpuft 4 GAA 1, 2; Powderpuff 3; Bleacher Bums 3; Homecoming Usherette 4 Seniors 67 Graduation? Wow, this is freaky! Jill C. Graham Student ( Daniel Graville " 2, 3, 4(VP 2; Exe Bd. 1, 2, 3, 4); Spanish 3, 4(Pres. 4 NHS 3, 4; Class Pr Ronda Gray Sharon Grayson es. |: Bleacher Bums 3; DAR Award 4; Homecoming mmittee 3, 4; Who's Wh« Tina Arthur Grist Larry Gueldener Terry G. Gueldener 3, 4; Rifle Squ t. 3, 4) Track 1, 2. 3, 4; Field Hockey 2 4 (State Champs); Social Oc« if years out think it was well worth it ipations Beth Gusewelle Dennis Gvillo Allan Hahs Christine Louis Hainsworth NHS; Wrestling 3 Student Council 1, 2, 3 (Exec. Bd. 2, 3); History Club 2, 3 (Sec. 2); Model UN 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3 Speech 1; Drama 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2 3; German 2, 3 (VP 3); Who's Who 68 Seniors and I’m going to buy an island, write a book, and... Karin Lynne Halverson Vickie Hamlet Eugene Hampton Nancy Hanks Field Hockey 1, 4; Office Worker 3 Powderpuff 3, 4; Intran had a biast Angela Antionette Hardmon GAA 1, 2 (VP); DECA 4; Gymnastics 1 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Powderpuff 3, 4 Yearbook 3 Philip H. G. Hans Tom Hanson Band 1, 2; Football 1; Wrestling 1 Band 1, 2; Golf 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3,4 Mark Haring Shawn Harville Robert Heepke Kenneth Hellrung Seniors 69 The Navy? | get sick washing dishes. . . Lisa Henderson Jodi Hendricks Joe Henry Dawn Henson Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4 Student Council 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Peer Varsity Art Team 4 Counseling 4; Bleacher Bums 3; Track Mor. 2; Office Worker 1; Powderpuff 3 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Mark D. Herrmann Teresa Hessel Rachel L. Hischke VICA 3,4 NHS; Varsity Art 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 It's fun, but I'll never do it again All-District 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4 It's better to have studied and failed than not to have studied at all EY Frances Holcomb Vicki Holeman Lisa Holt Joan Holtmann 004 70 Seniors You know —they were good years. Yvonne Hornberger Linda Horrell Kris ‘‘Harvey " ' Horvath Steve Hoskins 2; Powderpuff 3, 4 Band 1; Wr ident Football; Basketba 346 sym Rats 4 still the one! We're still havin sncil 2 The destiny we all hoped and It's been a great experien dreamed for is finally here new people nand we're still the one Lori Ann Hosto Pat Hovey Deron Hrbek Student Council 3; Office Occupations : Track 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3 Intramurals 2 B Sharon Hudlin Richard Hughes Rex E. Humerickhouse Matthew Collins Huntley GAA 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; PE Office NHS; Band 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Drama 1, 2, 3, 4; Tech Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ) Thespians 2, 3, 4; Speech 1, 2, 3, 4 Never buy a wrinkled bumper Chorus 1; Plays Worker The memories of my high school years will be with me always sticker Seniors Sharrie Jackson 72 Seniors If anyone sings ‘Auld Lang Syne,” I'll scream. Patsy Ann Hurst Joe Hutton 1) 4:-GAA 1,2? EA 4: OF 4 j 3, 4; Flag Corps 4; T Gymnastics 3; Powderpuff 3, 4 5 like a good drear 1, but alway Palmer Jason James M. Jatcko John Richard Johnson Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Z Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Thespians 4 German Club 1; Plays 2, 3, 4; MAL Circus 3, 4; Magical Extravaganza 3 Kevin M. Johnson Brenda Jones Julie Jones CCF 3; DE 4 Good years are ending; better years are coming “Deep down, truthfully, I’m scared.” : A i Tracy Jones Brian Kaman Chris Kaufmann e 1 3 4 Tre | David Kay Ernie Kayser Conrad S. Kee I! ane henp History Club 2, 3, 4 (Treas. 3, Pres. 4) Student Council 2, 3, 4 (VP 3, 4); NHS 3, 4; Football 2; Baseball Announcer 2 3, 4; Basketball Announcer 4; Mode’ UN 2, 3, 4 Jeanne E. Kershaw Lisa Kienholz Jennifer Kinamore Chorus 1; Golf 3, 4; Library Worker 2 Now that I'm done, | can say it was { un Seniors 73 Good times, good people and growing up. E | y : f } Katherine S. King Jeffrey Kiszla Cheryl L. Klenke Lori Leigh Klobnak Office Occupations 4; Band 1, 2. 3. 4 Powderpuft fice Occupations 4; IOEA 4: Cr Flag Corps 2, 3, 4 (Capt. 3, 4); All There may never be a tomorr 5 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Cheerleading z District Band 4; Girls Ensemble 3 make the best of today GAA 1; Powderpuff 3, 4; Office Worker Remember yesterday, live today 123 dream tomorrow. Kevin Knezik Diane Sue Knoche Todd Knutzen Linda L. Koenig German Club 3; SIT 3, 4(Pres. 4), DECA (VP 4) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Flag Corps 4; All District Band 4 Becky M. Kolesa Linda Kostyshock David Krouse Joyce L. Kruckeberg Field Hockey 2, 3, 4(Co-capt. 4); NHS Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 OEA 4; Chorus 1, 2 3, 4; Social Occupations 4 It was an experience The best years of my life “It's Deen a good four years, but I'm glad I'm not a freshman all over again 74 Seniors “Macbeth”? | have to read Shakespeare .. . again? Dina L. Kyro Gary Lake Donna Lange Ronald Langendorf Intramural Volleyball 3 Science Club 1; AV 2; History 4 Yearbook 2, 3 (Co-ed. 3), Office Long and hard, but yet short and Spanish 4; Drama 4 Track 1,2 Occupations 4; Library Worker 2 sweet Basketball 2; Play 4 High school was fun, so | thought Four years of hard work was all | got Glen W. LeDuc Sarah Jane Leitner Lynda Marie Leonard Bonnie Jo Loew FFA 1, 2, 3, 4(Sec. 2; Rep. 3, 4) Tiger Times 4 Chorus 1, 2 Tiger Times 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Office Occupations 4; Chorus 1, 2 Intramurals 3, 4 Homecoming Ensemble 4; Drama Clut Intramural Volleyball 3 3; Intramurals 2 Life, here | come! 4 Todd Lohr Rhonda Long Thomas F. Long Cheri D. Lovett SIT 3, 4(VP 4); Yearbook 4; Tiger GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; 00 4; Band 1, 2. 3 Times 3, 4 (Ed. 4) Man lives. Man dies. All else is inconsequential Seniors 75 . All | want to know is two plus two. William Lowe Robert Lowry Timothy Mackie Janet Lynn Madison Band Peer Counseling 4 Donald Madson Cathy Mainer Elizabeth Ann Malench Cheerleading 1, 2 4(Capt. 1 French Club 1, 2 (Pres. 3, 4); NHS 3 apt. 4); Powderpuff 3, 4; Gymnast 4; Student un 2, 3, 4; Who's 1, 2; Homecoming Court 1 These were the best years of ves Tom ‘‘Tottler’’ Malench Merri Mangum Robert Manville Brian D. Margherio Math Club 3, 4; Basketball 1; Tennis 1 German Club 1; Track 1; GAA 1 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt. 4) Intramurals 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4 Here goes nothing! It was fun, but | can't wait to get on to better things 76 Seniors Why do | have a feeling this is over my head? ‘“ Benjamin Andrew Martin David Mateer Sarah ‘‘Sally'’ Mateyka Calvin May GAA 1; Chorus 1; Varsity Art Team 4 Why did it go by so quickly Jana L. Mayberry Sharon McBride Kevin McCracken We've only just begun Keith A. McDonald Monica Lynn McDonald Marcia McDougal John McElroy Tiger Times; Band 1, 2; Basketball 2 German Club 1; Student Council 1, 2 3, 4; Football 1; Wrestling 1; Gym 3; Yearbook 3; Chorus 2; Band 1, 2 Rats. A time to grow and change and get ready for life Seniors 77 Becky Meikamp 78 Seniors Four years of Spanish — and all | know is “taco.’ ' Robert W. McManus Baseball 2, 3; Football 1, 2 Dena Lynn Meikamp Cosmetology 3 James Metcalf i if 8 Lori Ann Mehlisch Transter from Montreal, Quebec Thomas McNanley Canada Dare to drearn — for tomorrow the world is ours Af Robert Merkel Sharon Meinzen Nancy J. Meyer Mary Middleton DO (Sec. 4); Chorus 1, 2; Field Hockey Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 4 Softball 2, 3; Powderpuff 3, 4 Someday I'll look back and laugh at all this. Mark Miller Nancy Miller Scott Miller Tracy Moren Michael Morrisey Alesia Antoinette Mosley Carol Mueggenburg Basketball 1, 2, 3,4 Yearbook 2, 3, 4 (Bus. Mgr. 3; Co tt was fun while it lasted ed. 4); Spanish 2, 3, (Treas. 3) Homecoming Committee 4 Ronald Mulach Keith Mundy Laura Munsell Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4; (Sgt.-at-arms 4) Soccer 1, 2, 3,4 Seniors 79 What do you mean | flunk? I’m a senior! » Charles Myer Valerie Ann Neeley tramura A 1 e Worker Mark Nekola Maureen Nelson Michael Norris Margaret J. ‘Peggy’ O'Laughlin AA 1; Drama 1, 4: Field Hockey untry 3; Basketball z David Palmer Terri Patterson Leslie Paul Albert Pauli 80 Seniors lf | had to walk up and down these steps once more. Ronda Pence Michael Peradotti Gina Marie Perini Lisa Perry tudent Council 1 3, 4(Scribe 4 fice Worker 3, 4: Basketball Stats NHS 3. 4: Office ( Exe Student Council 1; Cheerieader 2 Class of ‘80 had class! Mike Pertee James Peters Craig Phelps Mark Phillips x Gregory Phillipson Pamela Ann Pierce Christie Pinkley Ann Pletcher Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (Exec. Bd. 2 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3 GAA 1; Chorus 1, 2; Office Worker 2. 3, 4; Sec. 4); Spanish 3, 4; Pep Club 1 Tiger Times 4 3,4 Varsity Art 4; Powderpuff 3; Who's A time to learn of love, life and Who A reality Seniors 81 Diana Poff Dan Ponce [ Kathryn L. Poos Office Occupations 4; |OEA Powderpuff 3 Tammy Potter Tracy Price ty Art Tear 4; AAG 3 Student Council 1 nt being a senior 2. 4; Homecoming Court 1 Homecoming Queen 4; NHS 3, 4 Michael Prott Susan |. Puhse French Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Flag Corps 3, 4 Volleyball 3, 4; Gymnastics 1 82 Seniors ?- Cheerleading 1 Job? What’s a job? Stan Pontius Diane Proffitt Jane Frances Quade Chorus 1; Library Worker 1, 2, 3; Office Worker 4 These memories will be cherished forever What do you mean I’m not qualified? I’m a senior! Ryne Raffaelle Patricia A. Ramsey Foott ; all 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3 SAA 1, 2; OO (Sec. 4); Powderputt 4 Tennis 1 Library Worker 1 Now it all seems worthwhile Terri L. Redford Scott Reid Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Drama } Yearbook 3; Chorus 1, 2; Pc ; Fun and hard work made four years pass quickly Audrey Kay Renken Roxanna Renko NHS 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Office Worker 1, 2,3,4;004 Annette E. Ray Chorus brary Worker z Powderpuft 3; Intramurals 3 F Dennis W. Reising Kirk Reising FFA 1,2, 3,4 (Rep. 2; VP 3,4 Whatever | do, | do right with a good strong will and all my might Tim Rhodes | have grown attached to people. Angelique Marie Richardson Vicky J. Rickard Jacqueline Rizzie Tiger Times 3, 4; Gymnastics 1 NHS 3, 4; CCF 3; Chorus 1 3,4 Cheerleading 3, 4; Volleyba Homecoming Court 4 Nancy Roney Thomas Rouse Sarah Runkle Ramona A. Saddler Varsity Art Team 1, 2 4 FFA 3, 4; HERO 4; Powderpuff 3 it was fun, but | am glad | am out Paul Saffel Brad Sample Tina Schaake 84 Seniors It’s too late to do it all again. (Isn't it?) Thomas Schaefer James K. Scheibal Douglas Schiber Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Sarah Schienschang Michael Schipkowski James Schmidt Steve Schmidt Jeffrey Schoettle Lisa Schrader David Schubert Seniors 85 No, I’m not a freshman. I’m just short. Theresa Schubert Lisa Schwab Doug Schwab Bart Schwalb Student Council 1; Cheerleading 2 Powderpuft 3, 4; Yearbook 2. 3. 4 (« Office Occupatior Pres. 4); Tenr 1 4; Powderpuff 3, 4: Who's Wh ed 3.4 ntramurals ¢ My high school years were one good experience after another Melanie Scott Marcia Kay Seeger Maria Lynn Shanklin Greg Shashack Office Occupations 4; Chorus 2, 3 Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Powderpuff 3, 4; intramurals 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3; Tiger Times Student Council 1, 2, 3 There were hard years to forget and good years to remember Todd Shaw William Sheppard Mark Sherman Chris Short 86 Seniors Look out life, here | come. ' Gymna $2,3;V Pamela Short Garry Simburger Marla Michelle Simms Kathryn M. Slivka Wrestling 1, 2; Tennis 1 ee ti 4 Goenish Club 2, 3 ey intrarr 3; NHS 3, 4; Who's Wr ed. 3; Ed. 4); NHS 3, 4 Neve nything smaller than your SIT a (VE SIT 3, 4 (VF ttle f in your ear OSs Barbara A. Small Andrea |. Smith Dan Smith Mary Ellen Smith French 1. 2. 3, 4: NHS 3, 4; Band 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3 CCF 3. 4; Intrarr 3, 4; Rifle Squad 3, 4 Intramurals 2; Powderpuff 3; Who's Wh | never got lost because everyone told me where to gc sral Volleyball 4 Vincent L. Smith Todd Sobkowski Patricia Sommerfeldt Roberta Speidel Band 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treas. 4) Intramurats 2, 3, 4; Who's Who | will miss the great people Seniors 87 Robert Spiller Stacy R. Stuart Class VP 1. Cheerle 2, 3, 4); GAA 1; F Office Worker 1; Who's W 88 Seniors Isn’t that your car smoking in Idlewood? Elizabeth Stanley NHS 3, 4 (Sec. 4): Band 1 Flag ros 2.3.4 3, 4; Who's Wh ears Can sure go by fast A) Gregory J. Steiner Tiger Times; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 », 3, 4; Home The best years of my life so far Brian Suhre Robert D. Stegall Jea Lisa Stephenson James E. Stolte GAA 1 ECA4 Baseball; Basketball 1 r murt 3 Laura Sultan Laurie Svoboda Suddenly, I’m on my own. Ruth Taylor Terry Thiems Melanie Thomason Dawn Thompson Brian Traband Roy Travis Band 1; Track 1, 2; GAA Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1 It’s a nice place to visit, but | wouldn't want to live here £er - Y | nhl Sa Daniel Trebing Pam Trebing Sharon Kay Troeckler Connie Tucker Varsity Art Team 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3; Tiger Times 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Powderpuff 3, 4 Seniors 89 Iwelve years and asenior... Bruce Turner Michelle R. Vallino Roger VanLoo DECA (Sec. 4); GAA 1; Basketball 1, 2 Intramurals 1; Student Council 1 Powderpuff 3 it was a great four years Thomas Viere Daniel Vieth Lora Vowels Gabriel M. Vuagniaux ntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Bike Club 1; Ice Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4 Made a lot of friends, and had a good time Sue Elen Wallace Chris Wander Carla S. Warren German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4 Distributive Education 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Exec. Bd. 2 4); Intramurals 4; Who's Who ... Next year a freshman. Andrew Wasser Michael L. Watson Ross William Weber French Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3 NHS 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 4; Tennis 1; Basketball Mgr. 1 1, 2,3, 4; Track 1 Homecoming Court 4; AV 1; Class VF Baseball Announ 4; Tiger Times 4 Intramurals Karen Elizabeth Welch Eveline Welikow Judith Ann Wendel Bret W. Werner Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (Exec. Bd. 1 Band 1, 2; Track 1; Basketball z German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 Treas. 2); NHS 3, 4 (Pres. 4); Math 1 Softball 2, 3, 4; Volle NHS 3. 4; Student Cour 1.2.3.4 Track 1,2 2, 3, 4, (Capt.); Chorus 1, 2, 3; Who's Life 1s not bits and pieces, but (Scribe 2; Exec. Bd. 2); Intramurals 4 Who; Yearbook Photog. 4; German thing Club 1, 2 at Melinda West Vickie West Lisa A. Westerfield Volleyball 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 2 Basketball 1; Softball 3, 4; Powderpuff Powderpuff 3, 4 3,4 It was fun, but | don't want to ck The past four years will always be again remembered - Seniors 91 | wish | could think of something witty and profound Christine White Jetaun Yvette White ; 3 ‘ sy = 33 Se ee 3 Scott Willman Melissa Lynette Wolf Terri Leah Wood Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All-district 3 French Club 1. 2. 3, 4(Sec.-Treas. 3 NHS 3, 4; Chorus 1; Who's Wh Ince was enough 92 Seniors Barb Wild Drama 1} Tina Marie Wilson SAA Track 1 a woerpult 3 David Wiwczaroski Mike Yates Paul Yates But “Goodbye” covers it all. Patricia JoAnn Zacha HERO 4; Band 1, 2 Tina M. Zika 3, 4; Flag Corps 4 SIT 3, 4 (Sec. 4); Who's Whc An exciting experience Brenda Zimmerman Cynthia A. Zwick Johnnie R. Gueldener December 11, 1961 October 26, 1979 Seniors not pictured Fariba Badakshan Gary Belcher Beverly Bradford Alvin Brooks Paul Cristel Barb Davis Don Dillon Greg Eaves Elizabeth Emert Scott Gammon James Hair Steven Hale Robert Hanneken Rodney B. Hayes Lavonda Hickman Robert Hildebrand David Hooks Vicki Houston David Ingram Sheila Jackson Angelina Jines Mark Kane Tina Kruschik Leigh Lammert Robin Lantz Gay Laswell Richard Launer Candy Lenglet David Lizotte Robert MacDonald Jonathan Malone Richard Marshall Michael Ray Martin Samuel Martin Miguel May Gene McGillian Marian Mitchell Rick Pratt Ric Reller Terry Rodemeyer Jacqueline Rodenberg Steve Rollberg Homiera Rouhafza Velvet Rouse Daniel Semanisin Mark Skief Lance Smart Randy Stark Curtis Strader Cynthia Strain James Stram Glen Valle Brian Webb Coleman Weissman Jon Werner Jeffrey Wild Mark Wilson Daniel Wyman Seniors 93 Graduating Juniors — Louise A. Gorenz Theresa M. Hawkins Kathi Holcomb 3AA; German Club; Chor s 2, Bleacher Bums 7 ally over ntramurals 2; GAA 1 94 Graduating Juniors There is no single element that unites a school more than its sports. Our first act of the evening is dedicated to the players . . . some of whom might be the heroes of tomorrow. Mosley Named Freshman MVP The freshman baseball squad ended its season with a record of Johnston had the highest batting 9 wins, 6 losses and one tie average of .359 Mike DeLeonardis led the team Derrick Mosley captured the with 16 runs, 18 hits, and 19 Most Valuable Player Award and stolen bases; while Mark was also the top pitcher ; v oo tug = ma — aetna et 4 f Row 1: Robert Luttrell (mgr.), Tommy Owens, Paul Schmelzel, Mullikin, Tim Blythe; Row 3: Coach Mike Waldo, Wayne Bill Whitaker, Mark Kaman, Dennis Lancaster (mgr.); Row 2: Thomason, Mike DeLeonardis, Pat Braun, John Arth, Barry Mark Johnston, Derrick Mosley, Gary Lewis, Robert Caban, Mark Stults, Brett Flaugher, Doug Stanhope, Coach Bill Hyten. Sophomores Finish with 8-5 Season | ' LJ’ Row 1: Coach Dan Suess, Scott Klaustermeier, Brad Opel, John Dickshot; Row 2: Bryan Hammonds, Bill Kaman, Rooney White, Wood, Gary Bennett, Bruce Dickmann, Reed Hellman, John Larry Hall, Jeff Smith, Greg Hiland, Allan Keith The sophomore baseball team finished their season with a record of 8 wins and 5 losses. John Wood was voted most valuable player by his teammates. John also led the team with 14 hits and 10 stolen bases. Gary Bennett held the highest batting average of .429 and Bryan Hammonds hit the most home runs. 1.) Larry Hall works toward his .303 batting average 2.) John Dickshot makes a play at first. 3.) Have the three musketeers won their battle yet? 4.) Larry Hall is ready to play. 5.) Just look at that concentration! 6.) Keep your eye on the ball! ae ; mip " + rn ‘ive Bi 37h vines) ras at Row 1: Coach Bill Funkhouser, Randy Hilliard, Greg Steiner, Shashack, Jay Eihausen, Dennis Whitworth, Tim Clawson, Randy Rickard, Phil Conreaux, Bob Manville, Jamie Semanisin, Brenda Jones (statistician), Richard Hutton (trainer); Row 3: Dan Coach Zene Gergen; Row 2: Tony Lebro (manager), Debbie Allaria, Jim Scheibal, Bob McManus, Vince Broderick, Ty Nilsson, Steinman (statistician), Todd Carnaghi, Dave Krause, Greg Tom Hanson, Jim Stolte The varsity Tiger baseball team compiled an overall record of 14 wins and 12 losses for the '79 season. They tied for 2nd place in the conference with a 7- 5 record. According to Coach Funkhouser, ‘‘They were a young club and could have done better. With the experience gained, next year we should do better. " ’ Conreaux Sets RBI Record The Tigers left their mark with numerous honors. A new school record of 28 RBIs was set by catcher Phil Conreaux, who was also named Post-Dispatch “All Metro Catcher,’’ News Democrat ‘‘All Area Designated Hitter, " ' and Coaches Selection ‘‘All District 2nd Baseman. " Vince Broderick was Coaches Selection “‘All District Pitcher;'’ Dennis Whitworth was Coaches Selection ‘‘All District Catcher.’’ Jamie Semanisin was given the ‘‘Tiger Hustle’ award. or 2 itl ‘ , 7 1.) Phil Conreaux comes to a screeching halt at 3rd. 2.) Bob practices his delivery. 3.) Coach Funkhouser does his fair share. 4 .) Manville slams in a base hit. 5.) Tigers take time out for a mid-inning break JV Soccer Squad Scores 6-5-5 Record « Se ae ae eae Row 1: Mark Hyten, Pat Johnston, Paul Brazier, Ken Legate, Carl Ken Shaw, Bruce French; Row 3: Glennon Shelley, Mike Bradley, Hedlund, Steve Norris, Rick Russo; Row 2: Kevin King, Kent Scot Parker, John Hatfield, Mark Kummer, Darren Boggs, Russ Trebing, Mark Johnston, Blake Myer, Jim Peterson, Tory Myers, Martin, Brian Pouch, Coach Fran Dwyer The JV Soccer squad scored a 6-5-5 record this past season. John Hatfield led the team with 6 individual goals. Ken Shaw was next with 5 scores. Steve Norris led the team with 3 assists. Bruce French, John Hatfield, Ken Shaw and Glennon Shelley followed with 2 assists each. In total, the team scored 20 goals against season opponents. Blahous Leads Team Scoring Row 1: Mark Johnston, Grant Kang, Chris Mackie, Tracy Jones, John Rader; Row 2: Greg Oberlag, Jon Byron, Dale Oberlag, Kent Weber, Larry Krapf, Ken Shaw; Row 3: Ron Mulach, Mike Riley, The highlight of the 1979 season had to be the Tigers’ 4-3 win over Lebanon in subsectional play. Tom Blahous, Grant Kang, Ken Shaw, and Martin Steffen helped the varsity team win with a penalty kick after 4 overtimes. Tom Blahous led the team scoring for the season with 10 goals. Captain of the varsity Tigers was senior Ric Reller. “heed ab in ¥ Teg Fay Qe John Hatfield, Ric Reller, Brian Gieseking, Tom Blahous, Coach Bruno Gwardys 1.) John Hatfield outruns the Lebanon field. 2.) Ron Mulach runs one-on-one. 3.) Edwardsville goes up for the ball. 4.) Mark Johnston turns the team around. 5.) Ric Reller handles the ball with ease while teammates keep pace. With a record of 8 wins and 8 losses, the girls’ tennis team placed third in the conference. Six members of the team represented EHS in districts. The district six were Cindy Donner, Kathy Ashauer, Sue Ades, Betty Keller, Ann Sinclair, and Cari Hartnagel. Cari Hartnagel qualified for state in the singles division. The graduating seniors were Sue Ades, Cindy Donner and Kathy Ashauer. a ot oe Row 1: Chery! St. Pierre, Ann Sinclair, Lori Zupanci, Noelle Merritt, Julie Bond, Betty Keller, Mimi Byron, Kelly Patton, Kim Johnson, Jo Scheff, Dana Williams; Row 2: Mrs. Emily Monika (coach), Sue Ades, Michelle Johnson, Cari Hartnagel, Cindy Donner, Kathy Ashauer, Janet Anderson, Nancy Jamison, Maureen Hartnagel Dudacek Qualifies for State Row 1: Dale Oberlag, Kent Weber, co-captain Tim Mackie, Tim Bennett, Ken Shaw; Row 2: Greg Oberlag, Chris Mackie, co- 1.) Coach Bradley makes last minute check before match. 2.) Tim Bennett swings into action. 3.) Jeff Dudacek was the Tigers’ state contender. 4.) Tim Mackie stretches for a serve. 5.) The Tigers get ready for a meet captain Jeff Dudacek, Martin Steffen, Scott Shaw, Kevin McDonald, Coach Jerry Bradley eS — —— The Tiger varsity tennis team, led by co-captains Jeff Dudacek and Tim Mackie, finished their season with a .500 average in both conference and regular play. Jeff Dudacek was the team’s only state qualifier, with a 13-10 season. He also took top honors as the Highland District Singles Champion, the first Tiger to do so since 1957. Tigers Hit Into a 13-6 Record Row 1: Debbie Lange, Sheree Hoskins, Viki West, Kay Michelle Johnson, Amy Armstrong, Ellen Bailey, Diane Settle, Braundmeier, Lisa Henderson, Jean Fedor, Sandy Gerstenecker, Nancy Meyer, Vicki Hamlet, Sue Hosto, Barb Smith, Coach Kay Debbie Seybert; Row 2: Renee West, Becky Baines, Gail Niebur, Hyten. 1.) After every game there is a handshake — win or lose. 2.) Nancy Meyers rounds third. 3.) Diane Settle puts a spin on her pitch. 4.) Michelle Johnson warms up for the Tigers. 5.) Dugout time In the 1979 softball season Jean Fedor had the top batting average of .362, a fielding average of .988, tied for most RBIs with 20, and had 21 hits. Jean played second base. Gail Niebur tied with Jean for 20 RBIs and had the second highest batting average of .327. Gail was the designated hitter and played first base. Kate Henderson, pitcher, had 9 wins and 5 losses. She batted .301. Jean Fedor and Diane Settle were named to the All-Metro first team. The season ended with a 13-6 record. Lamb Leads Tiger Harriers Junior Ed Lamb was the top runner for the 1979 Cross Country team with three 1st place finishes. He placed 1st at the Alton Top 10 Meet with a time of 15:45; at a Triangular meet against Granite South and Cahokia with a time of 16:33; and ata Triangular meet against Collinsville and Mascoutah with a 14:53 finish. Row 1: Dale Coleman, Ed Lamb, Marvin Meng; Row 2: Ken LaBlance, Rodney Lanham, Todd Paulsmeyer, Coach Dave Shonkwiler 1.) Ken LaBlance keeps a step ahead of 3 ’ - Feet — — + a? : his opponents. 2.) Rodney Lanham : 2 paces himself around a turn. 3.) Ed Lamb comes in after a long race. 4.) And they're off! 5.) Todd Paulsmeyer comes in wearing a relieved look. Row 1: Scott Merritt, Chris Welch, Mike Scheibal, Matt Going, Anderson; Row 3: Bob Manville, Greg Hiland, Tom Malench, Rich Mike Brown; Row 2: Coach Dick Gerber, Andy Wasser, Jack Metzger, Joe Welch, Alan Schaake, Tim Miller Burns, Jay Worthey, Dominic Walsh, Jeff Schipkowski, Barb 1.) The Girls’ Team finished 1st in District competition. 2.) Alan Schaake shows his form. 3.) Barb Anderson, 2nd place finisher at State, eyes progress of the ball. 4.) Mike Brown works hard at his game. 3.) Dominic Walsh takes a shot Anderson Ranks 2nd at State Highlight of the '79 Tiger Golf season was Senior Barb Anderson's 2nd place finish in State Competition with scores of 78 and 84. It was her 3rd straight year in state play. A member of the varsity team, Barb also placed 3rd in Sectional Coach Dick Gerber, Mary Jo Newton, Jeanne Kershaw, Cindy Ludwig, Jana Ingram, Barb Anderson play and 1st in District play. The team, winners of the Gateway East Conference, hada season record of 26-3-0. Tom Malench recorded the lowest team average with a 38.71. Jay Worthey took Medalist honors at the Quincy Invitational. Row 1: Tami Vallow, Kay Braundmeier, Karen Tucker, Melinda Settle, Ellen Bailey, Vickie Hamlet, Ms. Kay Hyten (coach). West, Becky Barnes: Row 2: Jill Willaredt, Barb Anderson, Diane The varsity volleyball team had a record of 21-6 and won the districts during the 1979 season. Thanks to Becky Barnes and Tami Vallow, who started for the first time on varsity line-up, the team took 1st place honors at the Wood River Tournament. Top spiker Ellen Bailey got elected to the All Area volleyball and conference teams. Karen Tucker, top blocker, was the first team member to get over 100 1.) Karen Tucker reaches for the sky. 2.) Tucker and Ellen Bailey go for a head on collision. 3.) Karen sets up the ball. 4.) Teammates watch Kay Braundmeier slide across the floor 5.) Kay saves the point 49%. 4) = fi rs i Row 1: Dana Steinmann, Mary Kay Hyten, Tami Vallow, Becky Amy Blahous, Barb Denny, Sarah Neunaber, Sherri Gusewelle, Barnes, Barb Hair, Sue Renken; Row 2: Ms. Kay Hyten (coach), Sue Puhse, Amy Henninger JV Finishes with a 10-8 Record 1.) Amy bumps the bail up. 2.) Oops! A little The JV volleyball team finished Ge natenee. with a record of 10-8 in the '79 season. They had two top scorers — Tami Vallow with 146 and Barb Denny with 141. The top hitter was Becky Barnes. Barb Hair had the most blocks. Points Assists Kathy Scheibal Dearyle Reising Patty Ponce Jenny Foehrkalb 1.) Coach Sharon Petty gives the JV team Iris Schoenleber a boost in morale. 2.) Kathy Scheibal Gail Niebur takes the ball down the field against the Gena Umberger defense Sue Gerstenecker JV Field Hockey Swings for 4-2 Record “% Row 1: Gena Umberger, Patty Ponce, Kathy Scheibal, Jenny Koenig, Wendy Firsching, Linda Ludwig, Debbie Lange, Marina Foehrkalb, Sue Gerstenecker; Row 2: Iris Schoenleber, Dearyle Bort, Nancy Meyer, Coach Kathy Going. Reising, Dawn Schoenleber; Row 3: Coach Sharon Petty, Shelley Field Hockey Goes to State 4th Straight Year Row 1: Jill Foehrkalb, Melinda Bort, Amy Armstrong, Sheree Petty, Shelley Koenig, Sandy Gerstenecker, Pat O'Laughlin, Becky Hoskins, Lisa Henderson; Row 2: Kyle Henderson, Carol Lexow, Kolesa, Nancy Meyer, Coach Kathy Going Tina Greer, Kate Henderson, Gail Niebur; Row 3: Coach Sharon 1.) Carol Lexow passes the ball while Melinda Bort waits for the action. 2.) Amy Armstrong guards the ball. 3.) ‘‘| thought the bump went out of style?” 4.) Sheree Hoskins defends for the Tigers 5.) Field hockey includes sideline Strategy. 6.) Melinda Bort battles for a goal In the six years field hockey has been played at EHS, the team has gone to State competition four years in succession. They returned to State this year as defending champions, but victory was elusive. In regular season play the squad had nine shutouts, and five consecutive shutouts. The Tigers made 37 season goals and held their opponents to 5 goals. A seasoned team, there were three sophomores, five juniors, and six seniors. es = - iE = LITE on | " —, te “ " -.2ee2 e.ae a —— i} - 1.) Brian Brady gets an injury checked while Mr. DeToye looks on. 2.) The Tiger bench sits back to await the outcome of the game 3.) Tigers are fired up for the start of the game. 4.) Coach Louer discusses strategy with Scott Miller. 5.) Steve Hoskins attempts a long yardage reception “ ahi: Dy NAN a ak Tigers Make Debut in New Conference The 1979 football team made their debut in the Gateway Conference and ended their sixth consecutive winning season with a 5-4 record. Retiring punter Barry Bain punted 42 times for a total of 1057 yards. Linebacker Dan Edmond led the defense with 107 tackles. Arthur Grist was voted best defensive player and Vince Carpenter was Row 1: Arthur Grist, Phil Conreaux, Pat Bowens, Vince Carpenter, Brian Traband, Daniel Edmond, Steve Hoskins, Greg Steiner, Jay Metcalf, Scott Reid, Brian Margherio; Row 2: Tom Hanson, Kip Cross, Jim Jatcko, Miguel May, Scott Flaugher, Bret Werner, Ross Weber, Scott Miller, Ryne Raffaelle, Jeff Schoettle, Barry Bain; Row 3: Coach Pile, Scott Primas, Bob Menk, Bryan Hammonds, Kevin Thebeau, Terry Riggins, Scott Nelson, Morris White, Kerry Boeker, Allen Keith, David Bender, Clay Wilson; Row voted best offensive player on the team. The most valuable player was Dan Edmond. Six of the team starters made the all-conference team — Barry Bain, Kip Cross, Dan Edmond, Arthur Grist, Bruce Turner, and Ross Weber. Kip Cross was voted by the coaches in the Metro-East area to play on the All Metro team 4: Coach Louer, Jeff Smith, Brad Opel, Jeff Thomas, Brian Regna, Bruce Turner, Robert McMurray, Steve St Pierre, John Dickshot, Doug Johnson, Glenn Kotkiewicz, Coach Ford; Row 5: Todd Carnaghi (mgr.), Jean Edmond, Mike DeLeonardis, Brian Brady, Brad Thomas, David Keyser, Kevin Mosby, Pat Jones, Todd Schlemer, Rick Thomason, Geoff Wilkinson, Jeff Schwartz (mgrs.) 1.) Sophomore defense tackles another opponent. 2.) Sophomores move the football down the field. 3.) Coach Babe Stahlhut gives instruction for the next play. 4.) Tiger defense muscles down Althoff runner. 5.) Edmond puts down opponents. 6.) Tigers’ quarterback gets run down by the enemy 7.) John Arth is turned around by the last play Sophomores Tackle 4-3 Record The sophomore squad tackled touchdown. Mike Gentry led all their football opponents with four quarterbacks with 66 enthusiasm and finished the attempts and 32 completions. season with a 4-3 record. He threw for 400 yards. On the offensive team, Steve The defensive team was led by Price connected for 16 passes Jean Edmond. Edmond had 127 for 274 yards and one tackles and 3 fumble receptions. Row 1: P. Cerbie, J. Mick, J. Wade, T. Acor, D. Thomas, J. Johnson, B. Martin, J. Arth, E. Bornemann, Coach D. DeToye; Hindelang, P. Bertels, D. Cantley; Row 2: M. Gentry, B. Gillmore, Row 4: Coach W. Stahihut, B. Houba, D. Regna, M. Berlemann, M. Johnson, B. Magac, K. Henke, R. Humerickhouse, S. Price, LZ B. Stults, J. Williams, M. Zubal, G. Gusewelle. Deckard; Row 3: M. Kohimiller, T. Blythe, J. Edmond, G. 7 a we, om A } ‘ oy ray i SF atee at 4 APES g © pe Row 1: Steve Kurtak, Tim Brunnworth, Darren Agne, Scott Mike Carson, Bill Londauch, David Vieth, Kurt Atkins, Eddie Rushing, Joe Lautner, Wendell Brown, Stacy Mitchell, Kenny Hamel, Vince Schlueter; Row 4: Coach Jack McCarty, Eric Donald, Brett Schwab; Row 2: Tracy French, Doug Magac, Pete Wildgrube, Ali Hashimi, David Rinaldi, Dan Durrell, Steve Drda, Jorden, Mark Mangum, Eric Brown, Lloyd Thorp, Ricky Johnson, Gary White, Mike Jones, Coach Schumacher Tracy Sparks, Larry Hartman; Row 3: Bob Langreder, Tom Treat, Gary White Is Voted MVP The Frosh had a rocky record ma » of 1-7 this season. Their win ee came against Madison. Gary White led the team with 12 touchdowns. 1.) Mike Jones — on defense for the Tigers. 2.) Frosh defense tackles the opposition. 3.) Wendel Brown makes good defensive play, but misses the interception. 4.) Frosh player lines up for the kickoff. 5.) Tiger drives through for a gain. 6.) The defense gets set. The Varsity Wrestling Team had a record of 9 and 13 at their dual meet. With three or four weeks remaining in the season, Miguel May held the best record of 23-4-1 and the fastest fall of 13 seconds. Ross Weber led the team with 109 points. Individuals Shine in Varsity Wrestling if Row 1: Cary Hunter, Les Henry, Jim Schmidt, Eugene Hitch, Karl ett, Pat zier, Jeff Regna, Miguel May, Ross Weber, Brian Regna, Terry Bradford, Unterbrink; Row 2: Kris Horvath, Bryon Dagg Bra Jean Edmond Henry, Eric Brown, Bill Harbers; Row 3: Andy Somraty, Dan JV Wrestlers Show Pride, Ability ie 3 , la z g ria @ r fi Veh ne r ‘ EY” ; a. Row 1: Tom Acor, Norm Schoettle, Alan Mallory, Paul Schmeizel, Scheftel; Row 3: Tim Randolph, Eric Wildgrube, Bob Lowry, Joe Steve Goodman, Mike Pashea, John Bostick, David Denton, Paul Welch, Mark Davis, Robert Spiller, Brian Pouch, Kurt Atkins, Brazier; Row 2: John Cooper, Bob Gillmore, Steve Bangert, Dave Kevin Thebeau Vieth, Steve Price, Joe Potter, Kevin Cross, Joe Shematek, Mike As the JV wrestling season came to a close, Eugene Hitch held the highest record of 11-3. Hitch also obtained the most points with 59, and Bob Gillmore and Kevin Thebeau were close behind with 45 points. With the Sophomore- Freshman team Eric Brown held the best record of 10-0. Row 1: Thea Dumas, Anita Glasper, Sandy Miller, Sherry Nolte, Hanser, Annette Nolte, Geri Conreaux, Lori Mick, Chery! Mary Kay Hyten, Christy Hoffman, Angela Hardmon; Row 2: Lori Thompson Manning, Becky Carpenter, Anita Moore, Ruth Olive, Tina The EHS Gymnastic Team had a great season winning all their meets. Christy Hoffman had a super year and placed first all around. Jan Schmidt was the only all around intermediate team member, and Anita Glasper was the only vault intermediate. Gymnastic Team Wins All a al ,” ) 1.) Mary Kay Hyten begins her routine. 2.) Anita Moore is working on the uneven bars. 3.) Becky Carpenter swings high during uneven bar routine. 4.) Cheryl Thompson shows grace needed by gymnasts. 1.) Coach Shonkwiler talks over strategy with long distance runners Mark Rimkus and Rich Thiel. 2.) Coach Stahlhut practices starts with the relay team. 3.) Hurdler Terry Riggins works to perfect his form Bennett Qualifies for State Senior letterman Andre Bennett was the Track Tigers’ only state contender, qualifying in the high jump event with a 6’3” jump. Ed Lamb set a new mile record with 4:36.7, breaking the previous record of 4:39. The varsity track team finished 5th in the Southwestern Conference. Their best overall finish in an invitational tournament during the '79 season was 2nd at Belleville East. Bip Winston Brown; Row 4: Bryon Daggett, Roy Lanham, Tony Perry, Jeff Colligan, Terry Riggins, David Bender, Jim Holt, Ken LaBlance; Row 5: Mike Nelson, Phil Hans, Barry Bain, Randy Suhre, Ed Lamb, Brian Regna, Kevin Thebeaux, Coach Babe Stahthut; Row 6: Coach Dave Shonkwiler, Bruce Lesemann, Jeff Talick, Rusty Hughes, Kevin Mosby, Joe Sim, Mark Hyten. Row 1: Tim Harris, Tom Wiley, Jim Hanes, Bruce Brooks, Joe Welch, Glen Gusewelle, Jim Peterson, Tory Myers, Brian Majac, Jack Burns; Row 2: Drew Hettenhausen, Dan Regna, Russell Hayes, Andre Bennett, Rodney Lanham, Kevin Lewis, Mark Buchheim, Jay Wade; Row 3: Rich Thiel, Tom Guffy, Brian Lesemann, Mark Rimkus, Tim Hardmon, Daryl Mosby, Coach NA) MEM a Row 1: Tina Greer, Peggy O'Laughlin, Nancy Geuss, Lori Plumb, Sue Ades, Julie Fanning, Carolyn Dujka, Peggy Roberts, Dawn Kyle Henderson, Jill Foehrkolb, Fae Carlson, Noelle Merritt; Row Keyser, Tina Wilson, Kathy Allen, Pam Helle, Coach John Dean 2: The track team paced its way toa winning season in ‘79. The team’s record includes one 1st place, one 2nd place, and three 3rd place finishes. Barb Foe and Nancy Geuss had the school records. Nancy set a record in the 2 mile run witha time of 12:26. Barb set two records — in the discus with 108’ 642”, and in the shot at 33’. The team had a good season and should be ready when next season comes. ro Tigers Keep Pace With Winning Season 1.) Dawn Keyser stretches herself to get over the mark. 2.) Track team can be serious, but there's always time for fun. 3.) Laura Munsell and Sharon Hurst try to make a winning team. 4.) Barb Foe gets ready to shoot for the record. 5.) The lineup of stars relaxes. 6.) Carolyn Dujka rests a bit and stretches her legs Varsity Girls Battle for the Top Row 1: Dearyle Reising, Evelyn Welikow, Amy Armstrong, Iris 2: Coach Sharon Petty, Betty Keller, Barb Anderson, Tracy Moren, Schoenleber, Nancy Jamison, Sheree Hoskins, Karen Tucker; Row Becky Frillman, Dianne Settle, Coach Trudy Stilwell. Although ankle injuries and disagreements slowed them down in the beginning of the season, the Varsity Basketball Team seemed to bounce right back. By midseason the girls held a record of 4 wins, 5 losses. There were only two seniors on the starting line-up this season — Barb Anderson and Tracy Moren. The team’s main goal for the 1980 season — to make it to the regionals. 1.) Coach Trudy Stilwell consults co manager Nancy Meyer, official scorekeeper Becky Kolesa and co-manager Peggy O'Laughlin. 2.) Barb Anderson patiently waits for the ball. 3.) Dianne Settle fights to keep possession of the ball. 4.) Sophomore Iris Schoenleber passes the ball to a fellow player. 5.) Senior Tracy Moren tips the ball to Betty Keller, sophomore. 6.) Karen Tucker, 15, and Amy Armstrong seriously practice before the game, but what's Betty doing? 1.) Tiger fans cheer the team on. 2.) Dearyle Reising goes up for a shot. 3.) Nancy Jamison waits for the tip-off. 4.) Becky Frillman has trouble keeping the ball. 5.) The JV team stays on their toes 6.) Dearyle gets another rebound. 7.) Karen Tucker waits intently for the rebound JV Girls Shoot for Two The Girls’ JV Basketball team, led by leading scorer Becky Frillman (107 points), started out with a mid-season record of 6-2. Leading sophomores included Dearyle Reising, leading rebounder with 75, and Sheree Hoskins. Row 1: Delfaye Jason, Amy Blahous, Ann Schwarz, Sheree Dearyle Reising, Becky Frillman, Amy Oberdieck, Sherry Hoskins, Dawn Schoenleber, Nancy Jamison, Stacie Holmes; Gusewelle, Karen Tucker, Nancy Meyer (mgr.), Ms. Trudy Stilwell Row 2: Ms. Sharon Petty (coach), Melinda Foe, Kafhy Schaefer, (coach) , —, st ( ! “4 pk LUZ) ie A 4 LAyy Ps ‘) h ‘ poe tity , ——-s i a 2 j 1.) Brad Opel uses speed to bring the ball down the court. 2.) Dan Allaria goes into the air for two. 3.) Dan Allaria and Bruce Dickmann show team spirit before start of the game. 4,) Keith McDonald works the ball out of a crowd. 5.) Brad Opel and Tom Hanson give the team time to set up their offense. Retiring Seniors Bid EHS Farewell iA. A | ay Row 1: Steve Hoskins, Tim Milner, Bruce Dickmann, John Wood, Paul Schaefer, Keith McDonald, Brian Brady, Vince Broderick, Bryan Hammonds, Greg Shashack, Brad Opel; Row 2: JV Coach Scott Flaugher, Managers Blake Meyer, Brian Meyer, Todd Tom Pile, Varsity Coach Bud Vallino, Dan Allaria, Tom Hanson, Carnaghi, Geoff Wilkinson The 1979-80 Varsity Tigers had a great season meeting most of their goals set in early November. Beating Mt. Vernon and Chicago Marist, the team brought home a consolation trophy at the Centralia Tournament. Leading scorer Dan Allaria averaged 17 points per game with sophomore Paul Schaefer close behind averaging 15 points per game. Tom Hanson helped the defense averaging 7 rebounds per game and Dan Allaria led the team in steals with 141. Senior Keith McDonald had the highest free throw percentage with an 86%. Team Captains Dan Allaria, Tom Hanson and Greg Shashack. Team Effort Is Key to Row 1: Brad Opel, Tim Milner, Morris White, Bryan Hammonds, D. J. Ohl, Kevin Alexander; Row 2: Coach Tom Pile, Ricky JV’s Success The JV team was a seasoned team. Each member knew how the others performed on the basketball court. Their speed, quickness, and excellent defense were but a few of their assets. The JV's game was not geared toward the performance of the individual but to the performance of the team. Thompson, Brad Thomas, Paul Schaefer, Brian Brady, Jeff Strohmeyer, J ohn Wood Sophs Welcome A New Addition The sophomore basketball team welcomed a new member to the coaching staff this season — Coach Tony Ringering. Even though the team was hampered by injuries during the majority of the season, Coach Ringering felt that they put forth a good effort. He does expect a bright future for the team. A record of 12 wins and 7 losses was compiled throughout the season. Running close in the rebounding and scoring departments were Brad Thomas and Kevin Mosby, with Derrick Mosley leading in assists. Baws ee ae ee ee es Me Eee eee Row 1: Dan Pizzini, George Johnson, Derrick Mosley, Rocky Mosby, John Hatfield, Eric Edmister, Brad Thomas, Jeff Gause, Hassinger, Paul Schlueter, Dan Shashack, Jeff Schwarz, Ron Brett Flaugher, Coach Tony Ringering. Not pictured: Bruce Anderson; Row 2: Blake Meyer (mgr.), Mike DeLeonardis, Kevin Brooks. Row 1: Shaun Bobo, Jeff Gieseking, Brian Clawson, Todd Flamer, Vince Schlueter, Scott Roustio, Mark Bradford, Matt Going, Jim Ted Flamer, Wendel Brown, Greg Colligan, Kevin King; Row 2: Gorman, Gary White, Steve Dauda, Coach Dave Tissier. After 17 games the freshman 1.) Mark Bradford shoots for 2 while squad was sporting 810-7 The teem cans ts cog tieaalion record. Mark Bradford and Jim for Coach Tissier. Gorman were the team’s leading scorers. Kevin King made 54% of his attempts. Frosh Make Good Start We'll return to the production ina moment, but first this intermission, and these messages from our sponsors. 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Vandalia St. Phone 656-7588 Edwardsville, Ill. 62025 Congratulations Class of ‘80 THE BEAUTY STATION Rt. 159 Edwardsville, Ill. 656-4804 The happenings throughout the year are the subject of tonight's second act From homecoming to prom and beyond — the starring events from 1979-80. Grab Yore Man! It’s Sadie Time! Each year all the stupefying gals at EHS grab their fellers and head for the Patch to picnic and stomp and holler some down to the Sadie. Marryin' Sam is there, of course, to keep things nice and legal-like. 1.) The Art Department displayed their talents in the cafeteria ‘‘midway " of the Circus. 2.) The finale brought Brotherhood " to student faculty troupers. 3.) ‘Muskrat Lover’’ Mike McDonald takes a bow. 4.) ‘‘Please, release me ’ Sorry, Jim, it isn't working! 5.) They laugh and sing now, but after the show they'll be plucking splinters «= mn ‘ny It’s a Mad, Mad Circus! The 2nd Annual MAD Circus — combining student faculty efforts in music, artand drama — was held in E. Alexander Auditorium, filling the house for two nights. A Capella, Freshman and Mixed Choruses helped with musical in-put. Student artists contributed the lighted circus tent and pre-show exhibits in the cafeteria. Drama students provided make-up and theatrical know-how. Faculty provided unparalleled talent! Homecoming — A Star Studded Affair EHS got the spirit in preparation for Homecoming with the traditional spirit week activities. An array of ‘‘movie stars and TV personalities’’ made their entrance on Hollywood theme day. The real stars, however, shone at the annual junior-senior powderpuff game when the senior squad romped the juniors 38-0. A new attraction this year was the Egg Bowl Queen Contest. Participants vying for the title — all members of the varsity Tiger football team — paraded their charms before an all-school assembly. Daniel Edmond was chosen this year's Egg Bowl ‘“‘Queen " ’ and was appropriately ‘“‘crowned. " ’ The Poplar Bluff Mules were our adversaries in the homecoming game. The Tigers skinned 'em 7-0. le Lights! " ™? Cameras! See The Tigers ys ee m y . 1.) ‘To be or not to be " — Kris Horvath and Karl Borchers. 2.) ‘‘We'll get ‘em next year’’ — juniors. 3.) Seniors dorninate again! 4.) Retiring queen Robin Beck receives mum. 5.) ‘‘Hollywood, here we come. " ' 6.) Cheryl Wilkins was Little Miss Tiger Pride Train bearers Ann DeToye and Jeff Powell Presenting Our Royalty As coronation drew near, the court arrived with hoops in hands and smiles of excitement on their faces. After muct Straightening and brushing, sponsor Mrs. Weidner called for quiet and the procession began The attendants were announced by Master and Mistress of Ceremonies Chris Zollars and Frances Walker, then were presented to the retiring royalty with a deep curtsy. A Capella provided background music Freshman Maid Anne Long with Escort Steve Drda. Freshman Maid Mary Schwartz Freshman Maid Teri Vallino with Escort Bill Stapleton with Escort Gary White Sophomore Maid Diane Paddock Sophomore Maid Carmen Verseman with Escort Mark Kaman with Escort Jean Edmond Sophomore Maid Stephanie Barton Junior Maid Paula Tripp with Escort Mike DeLeonardis with Escort Scott Nelson a Junior Maid Kate Henderson Junior Maid Angie Hernandez with Escort Steve St. Pierre with Escort Mark Wilder Senior Maid Teri Ahart Senior Maid Vicky Rickard with Escort Mike Watson with Escort Phil Conreaux Special Maid Kendrea Durr Special Maid Jetaun White with Escort Vince Broderick with Escort Daniel Edmond ‘oD U Si a” ae O ar) os — aD) ‘ D) a anZ A es = ed i “AY s — NY OD a) = Hot Wired Puts Spark in Homecoming Homecoming theme this year was ‘‘Hollywood.”’ Hot Wired, a local band, played for the dance following the coronation ceremonies. Tracy Price was crowned Homecoming Queen; Greg Steiner was named Royal Escort. 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The featured performances from our school. ‘Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother forty whacks The EHS Drama Club presented Lizzie Borden of Fall River on November 16 and 17 inthe E Alexander Auditorium. Stage manager was Kay Wilson The cast included: Barb Wild, Scott Mehlisch, Mitchell Woodard, Pam Parker, Margaret Weissman, Cathy Grezlak, Ken Jacobs, Kendrea Durr, Jeff Taylor, Sue Collins, John Johnson, Matt Huntley, Kevin Nabe, Ellen Enloe, and Frances Walker. Lizzie Borden Took an Ax... 1.) Ooh, John! Do you mean it? 2.) Kay Wilson, stage manager, had the situation well in hand. 3.) Our answer is final! You may not have the key to the refrigerator! 4.) Some people think on their feet — Kenny sleeps on his feet. 5.) Barb Wild stands back to watch her own performance. 6.) Lizzie Borden has murder on her mind. 7.) Bridget’s sorry, but can Emma forgive her? 8.) Prim and proper, Cathy Grezlak straightens her veil before her entrance. In the second year of the school spirit committee some great assemblies were presented. The attendance seemed to be up at the assemblies due to new attractions such as the egg bowl pageant, pyramid and snowman building contests, and the appearance of Santa and Miss Cupid. Below, participants of the Egg Bowl Contest watch the final judging that saw Dan Edmond crowned ‘‘queen.”’ Assemblies Are a Great Success! Santa, the Sugar Plum Fairy, and Miss Cupid all made special visits to EHS assemblies this year € a= oo am Lf) iG yy ASSIS LFA uN Medals LA Hi y 1.) Her legs give out, but the Drama Jocks give her spirits a lift. 2.) Ruth Taylor makes a big splash for her team 3.) Hey! We are 1! 4.) Look out! Here comes Randy Stark In Spring... Almost Anything Goes! Last April, the student council AAG provided fun for sponsored the 3rd Annual spectators and competitors alike Almost Anything Goes with contests like the 11-legged competition. The students and race, water balloon relays and faculty formed teams and held spoon threading competition. competitions for prize ribbons in the dust bowl. 1.) | think | lost it! 2.) Where's the dance contest? 3.) Mama. . .! 4.) Who said anything about older women? 5.) How dare you! No production could be complete without the crews — those people who somehow join together to insure that everything runs on time. Their achievements can be both tremendous and inspiring. Mr. Jack Ott (sponsor), Row 1: D. Henson, M. E Smith, C. Jouett, B. Carpenter, J. Ingram; Row 2: S. McBride, S. Leitner, C. Pinkley, S. Kemp, S. May; Row 3: L. Munsell, P. O’Laughlin, A Intramurals Cox, A. Richardson, K. Alexander; Row 4: B. Davis, B. Gusewelle, D. Poff, C. Tucker, R. Renko; Row 5: G. Shashack, D. Kraus, M. Watson, T. Long (editor), S. Troeckler; Row 6: G Steiner, R. Langendorf, D. Allaria, J. Jatcko, V. Broderick, B. VanCamp, D. Hrbek. Row 1: L. Reising, S. Meinzen, K. Olive, B. MacDonald, F. Criminger, J. Wetzel, D. Harvy, K. Criminger; Row 2: D Hischke, K. Bollinger, R. Hischke, F. Nelson, J. Sheppard, J Blase, K. McManus, C. Schaefer, M. E. Smith; Row 3: Miss Sherry Skelton (sponsor), S. Simons, S. Gallaher, S. Armes, C. Criminger, S. Kemp, B. Gieseking, T. LeBro, J. Hendricks. Yearbook Staff Left: Carla Martin; Row 1: Kris Stahihut (bus. mgr.), (asst. editor), Lisa Mosley (co-editor), Lisa Schwab Noelle Merritt, Kevin Cross; Row 2: Laurie Buhr (co-editor), Yvonne Becker 1980-81 Student Council Officers Row 1: Sue Franke, vice-president; Kim Wilson, president; Row 2: Gabe Frijters, secretary; Chris Welch, scribe; Laura Bielicke, treasurer Row 1: Marita Jason, Kristen Helsel, Laura Row 3: Charles Feldman, Tom Long, Sharon Buehler, Diane Bequette, Row 2: Tina Zika McBride, Jana Loeh Kathy Allen, Diane Knoche, Dave Bequette; Row 1: Faye Nelson, Beth McNanley, Lisa Marks, Scott Gillespie; Row 3: Garrard Gray, Noeltner, Mr. Jim Jackson; Row 2: Chris Steve Bangert; Row 4: Steve Ahrens, Brian Leonard, Jon Cloninger, Ron Krieger, Kevin Gieseking, Greg Beckwith, Jim Reagan Varsity Squad Cheers Its Heart Out ‘ Row 1: Co-captain Cathy Mainer, Angie Cler “nd oe. captain Dawn Flamer, Not pictured — Terri Ahart Schubert, Peggy Roberts, Deann Dorsey; Row ci Price J.V. Squad Karrie Kannall, Lisa Halbe, Erin McGillian (captain), Melody Flamer, Carmen Verseman, Sherry Rushing Terri Vallino, Kathy Jamison, Cindy Newman, Linda Stoces, Marilyn Madison, Mary Schwartz (captain). yh oy Mascots Susan Franke and Stephanie Simons £ | eS N Dy DH LIA ert - i, a | Wrestling Soccer Cheerleaders ; a : I me Sn a oe Toe : Row 1: Vicky Rickard, Anna Scheibal, Lori Klobnak, Cathi Becker; Row 2: Stacy Stuart, Debbie Braly, Diane Paddock. Chess Team Row 1: Joe Welch, Todd Plageman, Doug Huddleston, John Ho; Row 2: Leif Johnson, Jerry Burgess, Mike Halbe, Kris Welch, Gabe Fritjers; Row 3: Mr. Jim Hindelang (sponsor), Ted Engelsdorfer Christian Campus Fellowship ae | -? Row 1: Rhonda Falter, Joyce Payne, Toni O'Neal, Kim Baker, Cornwell, Chris Criminger, Neal Suerman, Mark Weigand, Frank Joyce Weber, Kay Wilson, Faye Nelson; Row 2: Mr. Charles Finley Chandler (sponsor), Keith Criming er, Tracy Huffman, Cindy Kasten, Cindy Row 1: Terri Patterson, Lynette Clayton, Angela Hardmon, Lonette Clayton, Sharrie Jackson; Row 2: Carla Warren, Cindy Strain, Kathy Gobble, Lisa Stephenson, Sally Schienschang, Patti Sommerfeldt, Renee DeRouse, Todd Knutzen, Sheila Jackson, D.O. Row 1: Joe Henry, Robert Hildebrand, Miss Bev Storer (sponsor), Todd Shaw, Ernie Kayser, John McElroy; Row 2: Tom Schaefer, Larry Gueldener, Ricky Pratt, Glen Valle, Albert Pauli, Nancy Meyer; Row 3: Pat Callendar, Eugene Hampton, Bart Schwalb, Terry Thiems, Don Vieth Shellie Vallino, Linda Koenig, Denise Evans, Deann Dorsey, Mrs Judy Verseman (sponsor); Row 3: Kenny Hellrung, Lizz Emert, Don Dillon, Jim Hair, Jim Stolte, William Frey, Kevin Johnson Drama Club se eee CHeLELIE CY LER Ome EXIT | wo b = Row 1: Laura Buehler, Mitchell Woodward, Cindy Weiler; Row Row 4: Corey King, Frances Walker, Pam Parker, Margaret 2: Ken Jacobs, Lori Pontius, Todd Ballard, Geri Conreaux, Weisman, Roger Felts, Pat Norris, Kay Wilson, Chris Zollars, Stephani Ellis, Darrin Agne; Row 3: Mary Beth Henderson, Ted Englesdorfer; Row 5: Kendrea Durr, John Johnson, Ellen Sharon White, Melissa Smith, Sara Rockwell, Toni O'Neal, Enloe, Gary Lake, Barb Wild, Chris Goehe Scott Mehlisch, Cathy Grezlak, Leslie Havens, Scott Nabe: Thespians Row 1: Cindy Weiler, Laura Buehler, Mitchell Goldsmith, Corey King; Rew 3: Sharon White, Woodard; Row 2: Jeff Taylor, Margaret Pam Parker, Kendrea Durr, Barb Wild, Kay Weisman, Frances Walker, Ellen Enloe, Allison Wilson. Future Farmers of America EDWARDSVILLE CHAPTER Kruckeberg, Glen LeDuc, Mr. Jim Krejci (sponsor); Row 4: Dennis Reising, Gyle Gieseking, Kurt Stahihut, Steve Reckhan, Keith Bertels, Tom King, John Kayser, Paul Schwalb, Ray Svoboda Row 1: Keith Morehead, David Hall, Mark Gusewelle, Jeff Brase; Row 2: Greg Knezik, Dale Hackethal, Kenny Rhodes, Darry Bertels; Row 3: Rich Metzger, Steve Hack, Kevin Marks, David Lange, Doug Williams, Eric Sickbert, Mark Gaertner, Curt French - stetiil (ca === Senne oeeeabeaesi L Troester, Kayde Decker, Judy Leiper, Michele Hanfelder, Joan Bardelmeier, Kim Koelker, Gabe Fritjers, Sara Rockwell, Roger Felts, Mrs. Mary Ann Russell (sponsor) Row 1: Kendrea Durr, Beth Malench, Terri Wood, Scott Mehlisch, Cindy Weiler, Tammie Mueller, Marita Jason; Row 2: Keri Durr, Mike Watson, Barb Small, Cheryl Langenwalter, Gretchen German Club Row 1: Judy Wendel, Sue Wallace, Sharon White, Cindy Kasten, Chris Neimeier, Mr. Dave Shonkwiler (sponsor); Row 2: Lisa Schrader, Jetaun White, Lynn Oberdieck, Mary Henderson, Kevin Olive Spanish Club » , vi cy eS. She ye é: a Row 1: Shari Thompson, Stephanie Farmer, Sefior Fran Smith, Stephanie Barton, Erin McGillian, Gary Lake, Katie Dwyer (sponsor), Tracy Huffman, Sue Collins, Jill Graham, Knecht, Dawn Grenzer, Alan Lake, Christy Nelson, Rhonda Lori Manning; Row 2: Mary Stack, Christy Pinkley, Jan Bennett, Jana Loeh, Laura Hoeke. Library Workers LN 7h°.0e Ie ly Paty ise ¢ $.| Eh ‘i a i ‘é Row 1: Deb Profitt, Carmen Long, Kelly Logan, Cindy Dujka, Kelly Cook, Stephanie Simons, Judy Leiper, Kasten, Faelyn Carlson, Shelly Jones; Row 2: Carolyn Marsha Steckling, Lisa Pauli Tae 7 i History Club Row 1: Charles Feldman, Laura Buehler, Roger Felts; Row 2: Shawn Kee, Tod Sobkowski, Jeff Taylor, Dirk Beetner, Duncan Edminster, Mr. Bill Nunes (sponsor); Row 3: Gary Lake, Matt Huntley, Ken Jacobs, Barb Wild, Brian Gieseking, Jon Byron. Pom Pon Squad Row 1: Chris Claudson, Roschelle McCaskill, Kelly Peterson; Row 2: Kelly MacDonald, Judy Leiper, Cassaundra Carpenter, Ann Renken; Row 3: Mrs. Nancy Bradley (sponsor), Karen Luedders, Lori Skelton, Leslie Havens, Kim Langenwalter, Melody Jones, Lesia Wilson Math Team Costa Kokoropoulos, Martin Steffen, Frances Walker, Noelle Row 1: Karen Welch, Tom Malench, Jana Loeh, Lisa Kienholz, Merritt, Todd Kaufmann. Jeff Kiszla; Row 2: Joe Welch, Ron Brinkmann, Sankar Nair, National Honor Society Row 1: Julie Daech, Melinda Bort, Barb Small, Joan Burkhart, Ellen Bailey, Susan Coffey, Beth Malench, Carolyn Dujka, Jetaun White; Row 2: Rachel Hischke, Vicky Richard, Dennis Gvillo, Cindy Donner, Susan Ades; Row 3: Jeff Briney, Kathy Slivka, Shawn Kee, Becky Kolesa, Rhonda Pence, Jill Graham, Judy Wendel, Beth Stanley, Sue Wallace; Row 4: Michelle Coriew, Karen Welch, Ross Weber, Jodi Hendricks; Row 5: Rex Humerickhouse, Kendrea Durr, Tom Hanson, Barry Bain Row 1: Mr. George Salovich, K. King, D. Schwab, L. Svoboda, P. 3: M. Seeger, K. Poos, J. Holtman, M. McDougal, A. Jines, N Hurst, B. Jones, A. Ray, J. Werner; Row 2: C. Dujka, D. Lange, B Miller, J. Kruckeberg, D. Bertels, T. Hessel, P. Ramsey, L Loew, C. Lovett, A. Renken, L. Hosto, R. Bockstruck, C. Depping, Klobnak, L. Perry, G. Phillipson A. Glasper, L. Brunworth, A. Galbraith, D. Myers, B. Burke; Row Peer Counselors Row 1: Candy Brown, Sybil Wilson, Scott Boggs; Row 2: Carol Wille, Amy Smolar, Liz Eadie, Judy Leiper, Jody Hendricks; Rew 3: Kim Wilson, Tracy Walton, Jane DeRousse, Butch Chandler, Mrs Hazel Loucks (sponsor) Liz Horvath, Mrs. Elizabeth Gehring (sponsor), Toni O'Neal, Chris White, Chris Criminger Office Workers Row 1: D. East, K. Jamison, S. Wells, C. Perry, L Miller, A. Pletcher, K. Leonard, F. Hanes; Row 5: K Horvath, C. Stanley, T. Shearrer; Row 2: S. Leitner, McManus, K. Baker, L. Patterson, K. Cook, A T. Ahart, C. Thompson, J. Quade, T. Everett; Row Werneth, S. Pauley; Row 6: T. Cluster, M. Wuerz, J 3: D. East, A. Renken, K. Hellman, C. Martin, K Daech, R. Monroe, L. Mick, S. Ferraris, K. Kimball Harris, C. Allen; Row 4: C. Renken, J. Harrison, M Officers Ronda Pence, scribe; Ellen Bailey, treasurer; Pam Pierce, secretary; Shawn Kee, vice-president; Jon Byron, president Student Council is the official student governing body. An active organization, SC sponsors dances, assemblies and various activities promoting student involvement. Student Council Row 1: S. Simons, S. Gallaher, E. Bailey; Row 2: C. Rouse, R Jason; Row 6: B. Malench, T. Wood, L. Eadie, B. Chandler, K Washburne, R. Pence, M. Watson, P. Pierce, J. Graham: Row 3: C Jacobs, G. Fritjers; Row 7 White, K. Welch, T. Winte, T. Walton, C Nelson, K. Wilson, S. Farmer, C. Dujka, C. St. Pierre, A Long; Row 4 Welch; Row 8: R. Bradshaw DeRousse, P. Burgess, D. Beetner, J M. Byron, C. Greziak, L. Bielicke, C. Brown, C. Criminger, M. Bender Welch, J. Taylor, C. Goehe, T. Sobkowski, S. Kee; Row 9: S. Boggs Row 5: L. Zupanci, M. Schwart, S. Franke, B. Sellers, R. McCaskill, D B. Gieseking, G. Lake Speech Team Randy Steele, Kay Wilson, Kenny Jacobs, Barb Wild fl ue Y } P +» — o ji! a eee » em a” ne ¢ fe " +‘ ha batt | a? ok a Row 1: Scott Willman, Pat Zacha, Roberta Speidel, Gina Perini, Finke, Jere Dresch, Patty Clutts; Row 2: Ramona Saddler, Lisa Nancy Bartels, Pam Short, Carol Mueggenburg, Lora Vowels, Westerfield, David Ingram Tina Schaake, Tina Cooley, Vicky Rickard, Rhonda Long, Donna Swim Teams Gerry Berlemann, Billy Stapleton, Tom Blahous, Eric VonHoven Row 1: Carrie Sample, Darcy Gregor, Karma Elam, Lori Plumb; Row 2: Nancy Triebes, Mary Jo Newton ror Mark Sherman, Jim Peters, Coleman Weissman, Joe Hutton, Dan Smith, Joe Boccaleoni, Dave Lizotte, Kevin McCracken, Jim Stram, Dennis Frisse, Tim Acra, Mike Prott, Larry Fear Tech Club Neal Suermann, Brian Gieseking, Chris Goehe, Pat Norris, Butch Chandler, Ken Jacobs, Roger Felts, Barb Wild (seated) Row 1: Sherry Nolte, Linda Leonard, Chris Claudson, Sarah Leitner, Charles Feldman, Denny Carag, Sharon Meinzen, Vicky Rickard, Kathy Slivka, Laura Hoeke; Row 2: Ellen Enloe, Margaret Weisman, Kris Stahlhut, Vince Smith, John Ho, Corey King, Rachael Hischke, Sue Puhse, Kim Bollinger; Row 3: Elaine Saboff, Becky Frillman, Chris Zollars, Jeff Taylor, Dirk Beetner, Michele Coriew, Barb Wild, Beth Stanley, Mr Jerry Bradley (director) A Cappella Officers: Barb Wild, vice-president; Ellen Enloe, president; Vince Smith, treasurer; Kathy Slivka, secretary Mixed Chorus Becker, Ann Schwartz, Laurie Wilkinson, Julie Sherman; Row 3: Kay Marks, Carol Wille, Sarah Neunaber, Mark Gusewelle, Mark Houba, Scott Parker, Mimi Byron, Lisa Werner, Keri Durr Row 1: Donna Gauf, Joyce Weber, Glenda Cox, Geri Conreaux, Lori Crockarell, Leslie Havens, Sandra Renken, Missy Heepke; Row 2: Mr. Jerry Bradley (director), Nancy Hansel, Amy Henninger, Jim Kipp, Doug Dial, Kenny Orchestra 1 vit 1 Row 1: Lisa Burgess, Carl Hedier; Row 2: Susan Perry, Mindy Johnson, Cathy Murphy, Ann Ladd, Carla Myers, Joyce Hammond, Dwitt Isringhausen, Eric Barker; Row 3: Ms. Pam Page, director All District Band Row 1: Kristen Helsel, Jenny Galiher, Kathi King; Row 2: Diane Knoche, Lisa Wolfe, Debbie Wall, Sue Puhse; Row 3: Beth Wilkins, Michelle Corlew, Darry! Bertels All State Vince Smith All District Choir Row 1: Laura Hoeke, Vicki Rickard, Chris Charles Feldman, Ellen Enloe; Row 3: Claudson, Kim Bollinger, Sherry Nolte; Vince Smith, Jeff Taylor, Corey King. Row 2: John Ho, Margaret Weissman, Concert Band — Row 1: Michelle Meyer, Tanya Shaw, Sonia Ellis, Lynn Oberdieck, George Kokoropoulos, Sue Piper, Michelle Dunlap, Keith Kuchta, Pam Parker, Debbie Koller, Michelle Langreder, Mary Long, Jeff Hindelang, Steve Haack, Sue Gerstenecker, Mike Carpenter, Patsy Hurst, Beth Leady, Stephanie Strohman; Row 2: Shari John Dujka, Keith Morehead, Steve Moore, Phil Nuernberberger, Thompson, Elise Corlew, Eric Wildgrube, Theresa Johnson, Gary Dale Coleman, Keith Bertels, Chris Rogers; Row 4: Jim Johnson, White, Joy Dunlap, John Miller, Wendy Firsching, Vince Rick Jackson, Mike Shadwick Schlueter, Jim Brase, Kris Coulson, Lisa Hair, Mary Jo Zacha, Jill Stoff; Row 3: Kelly Johnson, Karma Elam, Karl Unterbrink, Symphonic Band Row 1: Laura Munsell, Beth Stanley (pres.), Tim O’Laughlin, Beth Hischke, Melissa Wolfe, Barb Small; Row 4: Jenny Galaher Boyer, Kristen Helsel; Row 2: Diane Knoche, Melissa Smith Randy Steele, Beth Wilkins, Darrin Boggs, Paul Nuernberger, Rhonda Bockstruck, Liz Eadie, Shaton Hudlin, Mary Doll, Kay Andrea Smith, Michelle Johnson, Paul Schlueter, Sue Puhse Wilson; Row 3: Pat Zacha, Marie Fremont, Tim Bennett, Kim Janet Madison Johnson, Annette Nolte, Jo Scherff, Carmen Verseman, Deborah Row 1: Christy Hoffman, Michelle Corlew (vice-pres.), Jeff Briney, | arms), Scott Gerdes, Steve Gower, Don Piper, Whitney Strohmeyer, Paul Schmeizel, Jan Schmidt; Row 2: Kathi King (sec-treas.), Sharon Bruce French, Jeff Strohmeyer, Steve Strohman; Row 4: Randy White, Gien Shelley, Marvin Meng, Sandy Gerstenecker, Becky Banks, Denny Carag, Kathy Alien, Andy Munsell, Paul Bertels, Gary Bertels, Dan Pizzini, Alan Schaake; Row 3: Daryi Bertels (sgt. at Graham, Tracy Walton, Chris Zollars, Marcus Claudson, Debbie Wall Rifle and Flag Corps Row 1: Annette Nolte, Jill Stoff, Kay Wilson, Pat Zacha: Row 2: Stanley, Marie Fremont, Diane Knoche; Row 3: Kristen Helsel, Mary Lou Long, Patsy Hurst, Chris Coulson, Sharon Hudlin, Beth Michelle Langreder, Kathi King, Sue Puhse, Jenny Galliher I, ‘ud iN IW | A —. WP a = oh WA | The producer is someone who oversees the production. The director is the person directly responsible for getting the job done. Obviously, both elements are essential and important to the overall quality of any project. These people have made this year’s production truly memorable. PropucerRs j Di RECTORS OUSEe Miss Patsy Garver Mr. Rue Foe Mr. Robert Eberle Mr. Jack Klotz Superintendent of Schools Mr. Roy Olive School Board of District 7 iy ” TT a) Cue fi Row 1: Mr. Roy Olive, Mr. Nick Hamilos, Mr. Roland Ruth Cook, Mr. Bill Foster, Mr. Don Schaake, Mr. Brumitt (pres.), Mr. Rudy Wilson; Row 2: Mr. Rue Jack Klotz. Foe, Mrs. Gerry Hyten, Mr. Ronald Briney, Mrs. Administration Me ese lergen, Assistant Principal Richard Pilney Assistant Principal George Halsey Applied Arts Staff Mr. Norman Reuscher, Mr. Doug Anderson Cooper, Mr. Jesse Joiner, Mr. Jim Krejci (dept. chairman), Mr. Bill Collman, Mr. David Mrs. Carolyn Kuethe, Ms. Bev Storer, Mrs. Marian Lewis. Front: Mr. John Berglin; Back: Mrs. Bonnie Enos, 3, Mr. Dennis DeToye (dept. chairman), Ms. Sandy Sampson Driver Ed. Mr. Jim Price, Mr. Mel Kuethe, Miss Sherry Skelton, Mr. Pat Price Business Department Faculty = — — Md, : Row 1: Mrs. Nancy Bradley, Mrs. Liz Kasten, Mrs. Vallino, Mrs. Diane Gebhardt, Mrs. Martha Hanson, Anne Gregor, Miss Pam Cook, Mrs. Pam Sidener; Mr. George Salovich (dept. chairman), Mrs. Judy Row 2: Mrs. Delores Day, Mr. Craig Louer, Mr. Bud Verseman Media Center Mr. Jim Jackson and Mrs. Lynn Brown English and Speech Department Front: Mr. Jack Ott; Row 1: Miss Barb Ellebracht, Mrs. Liz Brown, Sandra Stichling, Mrs. Lessie Shashack, Mrs. Ann Jacox, Mrs. Jo Miss Sharon Kettenhofen; Row 2: Mrs. Lea Mainer, Ms. Peg Ann Knights, Mrs. Dianne Williams (dept. chairman). Not Spellman, Mrs. Arene Burgess, Mrs. Ernestine Nathan, Miss Pictured: Mrs. Jackie Rader Music Staff Mr. Richard Rogers (dept. chairman), Mr. Phil Atkins, Mr. Jerry Bradley Ms. Pam Page Math Department Row 1: Mrs. Linda Powell, Mrs. Vicki Summers; Row 2: Mr Suess, Mr. Jack Elam (dept. chairman), Mr. Elliot French William Caulk, Mr. Jim Hindelang, Mr. Gary Winkle, Mr. Dan PE and Health Faculty iS e Mr. Bill Funkhouser, Mr. Warren Stahlhut, Mr. Eugene Mr. Bruno Gwardys Vallino, Mr. Dick Gerber, Mr. Mel Kuethe. Not Pictured: Athletic Director Mr. Richard Ford Row 1: Ms. Sharon Petty, Ms. Trudy Stilwell, Ms. Cathy Going; Row 2: Ms. Kay Hyten, Mrs. Emily Monika, Ms. Sherry Skelton. Foreign Language Staff Mrs. Ernestine Nathan, Mr. Bill Meister, Mrs. Mary Ann Mary Ann Russell, Mr. Fran Dwyer Barnes, Mr. Dave Shonkwiler (dept. chairman), Mrs Science Department Hal LZ Row 1: Mr. Lee Bollinger, Mr. Craig Lecce; Row Baker, Mr. Robert Remmert, Mr. Joseph 2: Mr. Gayle Day (dept. chairman), Mr. Jerry Mercer, Mr. Jim Price. Social Studies Department . . « Seated: Mrs. Delores Regna Standing: Mr. Tom Nunes (dept. chairman), Mr. Joe Symanski, Mr Pile, Mr. Paul Fuchs, Mr. Jack McCarty, Mr. William Winston Brown Special Education Faculty Row 1: Mrs. Janet Highlander, Ms. Saralee Symanski, Mr. Jack Ott, Mr. Steve Heal (dept Strauss, Mrs. Bernece Johnson; Row 2: Mr. Joe chairman) Counseling Staff Row 1: Mrs. Haze! Loucks, Mrs. Elizabeth Gehring; Johnson (dept. chairman), Mr. James Tilashalski. Row 2: Mr. Charles Finley, Mr. Daniel Oberle, Mr. Glen School Nurse Mrs. Ruth Harris Secretaries ‘ ha ce. ? . } Lf, yy a Seated: Mrs. JoAnn Strain; Standing:Mrs. Jenell Emerich, Burns, Mrs. Joyce Pulliam Mrs. Gerry Burian, Mrs. Marge Borgstede, Mrs. Linda English department aide Mrs. Bonnie Elmore, Special Education department aide Ms Ann Mueller Maintenance Staff Row 1: Mr. Harold Williams, Mr. Ed Force, Mr. Floyd Logan; Row Row 1: Mr. Jim Keller, Mr. Leonard Johnson; Row 2: Mr. Homer 2: Mr. Bill Phillips, Mr. Gary Heideman, Mr. Hilbert Wachter Martz, Mr. Darryl Miller, Mrs. Bernice Moore : i} Cafeteria Staff Row 1: Dorothy Luchtefeld, Sharon Johnson, Lee Curry, Melora Becker, Sharon Finke, Ronna Lavern Schmitt, Dorothy Dustman, Bernadine McGauley, Brenda Sperandio, Alice Duncan, Kirchner, Elizabeth Arth, Viola Stille; Row 2: Vera Shirley Orman Nicol, Bernice Gerstenecker, Marian Utechtt, Sara As the audience files out of the theatre and the producers thank the stars, the realization of the end suddenly dawns. The curtain draws tight, the spotlight winks out a final time and the applause dies out. For some, it is a beginning, for others a stepping stone. For all, a moment on centerstage to be remembered in years to come. For now, though, the show is over. And what a show it was! — a — : -= AND NOW


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