Eisenhower High School - Pantherama Yearbook (Decatur, IL)

 - Class of 1973

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CED After Freshman orientation, school began with reg- istration forthe sophomores, juniors, and seniors. There were questions, such as Scott Cordes had. CFD The teach- ers were back! Miss Reese is shown registering some stu- dents. CGJ The school had new seniors with the sa me old senior disposition as displayed by Mark Anderson. '55 ,g g , GM Fall Sports Assembly This year's fall sports assembly was a great success. The crowd had more spirit than any pep assembly crowd from recent EHS history. CAD Coach Alexander appears with the EHS varsity football play- ers. CBJ The future varsity players, now still on the Freshmen and soph- A 79 Q ,. 1 omore teams await their turn in the --5 J 'ia W S spotlight. CCD Here is Eisenhower's 5 Jamboree Queen candidate and i t S , Q escort. CD3 The varsity cheerleaders ! X arefrom leftto right: Debbie Forbes, Tina Kriisa, Linda Perkins, and Diane Walker. me sity, l l 12 -3 i l i ?E s L L, r l. K k' 1 I 'L 4 , S1 ai. Q. F' fi Q, Q, l im '1 Q 8? 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The Kabul city is larger than Decatur in size and my country is about one tenth of the United States with the population of more than seventeen million. Ninety-nine and one-half percent of people are Moslem and they speak Darri and Pashtu Ctwo official languagesj. Afghanistan is a neutral and Constitutional Monarch. Eisenhower High School is quite different from my school and all schools in Afghanistan. One of the greatest differences is the separate schools for girls and boys. It is the first time l have studied with girls in one school. Girls wear black and white colored' uniform. The second difference is the amount of courses for one year. We are required to study fifteen courses: Algebra, Arabic, Biology, Chemistry, Dar- ri, Economic, English, Geography, Geology, History, Logics, Pashtu, Physics, Sports and Theology every year. Some of them change every year. The third big difference is the schedule. We study five hours a day 17:45 A.M. - 12:45 P.M.J, six days a week Cexcept Fridayj, four weeks a month, and nine months a year CMarch 22nd -- Dec. 23rdJ. Each course is studied two or three times a .week and P.E. once a week. We don't change classrooms during the day and the teachers go to every classrooms to teach. , lt is the first time l have studied with both boys and girls in one school, chosen courses, and enjoyed the schedule.. ' Eisenhower High School is the best and largest school in size I have studied. I have found all the teachers, students, and other school members very kind, friendly, and lovely. l'm very happy I have made many lovelyfriendsinthis school. . V Taaj Nasseree 15 Y.F.U. Exchange Student This is Poul S. Kraep of Denmark, one of Eisenhower's three foreign exchange students - Youth For Understanding. Poul is a very athletic person as one might guess from his pictures. Although Eisenhower High doesn't have teams in his two best sports, Poul still participates in the school's athletic program. His best two sports are soccer and team handball which are rather unusual in Decatur but are Denmark's two national sports. Back in Denmark Poul played on one of his city's two soccer teams and coached the community handball team. tPoul said that it was one of the best teams in all of Denmarklj The sports program in Denmark is different from that of the United States in other ways besides the sports played. In Denmark there are no professional athletes or school teams but instead there are community teams to take their place. Poul's home in Denmark is on the outskirts of the third largest town in a city the size of Decatur where he goes to school. High Schools of Denmark are similar to those of the United States in that the student can choose which courses he wishes to study. There are some differences though. First. the school year lasts from about the third week in August until the end of June with only six weeks summer vacation. Secondly, the school day is shorterg it starts at S200 and ends at 2:00. ln preparing to come to America, Poul studied English for six years starting in the litth grade but still he says the language is his biggest problem in the United States. Slang words are especially hard for him. Finally. Poul wants to thank everyone tor being so nice to him throughout the year by helping him out with his problems. He really appreciates it!! 16 Foreign Exchange Student W Aww F Seung Hee Hong COMPLIMENT'S 0 KING-LAR 2020 E. ouve Sf, 5.55 .99 555533. fy? R525 M If fe' gg? .ey ...Sr 9 S X 5,9 59 ' gf tgzteoyfap JV IJQYQQ' Gil-'T' I li Jjfef' 'J-Qggszgi Sw sbftygglvfsx . M195 QQ' er 59' People To People I am very happy to be in U.S.A., sponsored by People-to-People, attending Eisenhower High School. My name is Seung Hee Hong, from Seoul, Korea. The first semester I lived with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Kaskey and my two Amer- - ican sisters at 2679 So. 35th, unlike my Korean family where I have only one brother. The second semester I made my home with Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Evans and one sister at 204 Southmoreland Place. In Korea my school, Kyung Hee, campus consists of kindergarten through college. School hours in Seoul differ from those of E.H.S. - 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. I studied many more subjects. My goal is to remain in the U.S.A. to attend college and become a music teacher. My year at Eisenhower has been an exciting experience and I appreciate all the help from my teachers and the many friendsl have made. E , QW! M XMXZZLIIW JW I rf lKWZaWq lift I I , ' 4 L-I ,X ',r'1T Div Cf! LX! CN ev YQ? Q o THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY: W S 0 Y RADIO 24 HOURS A DAY Sheila Kay lVlcNulty In Memoriam Sheila Kay lVlcNulty was born'on September 5, 1956. Her tragic death occurred on March 15, 1972. She left 2 brothers, Mike and Steve, and a sister, Debbie, who graduated from Eisenhower last spring. Sheila attended 4 of the Decatur Public Schools, Roach, Nluffley, Jefferson, and Eisenhower. While at E.H.S., Sheila served as Freshmen Class Secretary and on Freshmen Class Council during the 1970-71 school year. Sheila will be missed and remembered by many. . MCMANUS FLORISTS AND NURSERY 1106 W. PERSHING RD. In lVlemory of Charles Cook A sweet smile that no longer is seen in the halls of Eisenhower. Charles, a young man who was loved by his family as well as his friends, left six brothers, three sisters, and his mother. Charles passed away February 1, 1973.'He was born June 11, 1956 in Decatur, Ill. Because he was always into something his family 'nicknamed him Junebug. Charles was quite a smart young man in his books as well as with his hands. He enjoyed sports Cfootball, basketball, and baseballj andonce won a letter for track at Johns Hill Junior High. Charles had a special something about him, he could make you smile even though your day had been long and upsett,ing.'Once a teacher said, "lf I had a classful of Charles' my day would be complete." He collected friends like some people collect stamps or coins. Charles enjoyed making people laugh. You could say that was his hobby. Charles also loved helping people if he was able. He cared about things that others might not think important at all. Charles had planned to go on to college after high school and major in law. He often said that he wanted to help people and be rewarded for it at the same time. Charles was quite a young man all together. He might be dead, but his ways and his special sweet smile still live on in people's minds. Written by the Cook Family THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY: H FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 I LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MACON COUNTY In memory of Bryan Schapmire Our Bryan was loved by all, Bryan loved all. When no one else cared, Bryan cared - a person complete in himself, yet still growing, developing out towards others. Bryan was a quiet person - yet one always sensed his presence. He was a good sport: he was a good student, he was dedicated, he was dependable. Sports were the love of his life. A football play er of three years, 472 was a virile number of the team, practicing relentlessly and playing like- wise. In the spring it was track, putting the shot and throwing the discus. In the 1972-73 season he became the most outstanding in the field of wrestling: with the rank of letterman, he,went on to win in the district wrestling match. A participant in Eisenhower's dramatic productions, Bryan was a Thespian. He appeared in THE CLOD, OUR TOWN, Eisenhower Variety Show, and he was to be in THE MUSIC MAN. He even helped backstage as in OUT OF THE FRYING PAN. Enthusiastic and quiet, the teacher's viewed him as dependable. One could count on him to show up, to be there - a constant source of strength and encouragement. Respect was shown for everyone and everything that merited it. With so much to offer and so much to do, Bryan was preparing for the future, weighing and measuring all objectives and alternatives. He was probably never really aware of how he was loved by his teachers, his coaches, and his friends. We will all miss him. Students Involved O O 5153 - '-w g? ,. ,...w.E.Q , :ggi 1 S, NR 5 SVENDSEN FLORISTS 2702 NORTH BROADWAY 877-4767 St. IVlary's Ca ndystripers Q 1w,.L , . '9Q'::Ev5', , .v ' . +s X . q:,..,. L. 5 f .. The 1972 Homecoming ,:. :sw .A -,M x S 122 ' - n , S . m Q A . ang, 0 -bfi?-.. SHN , x . 5 Q dx 'filx 1, . + xxx 'im -1x"3, ,,, . 'fx ' . Y Ms- L A LES! i ,fx - ,V . L wif' 2 QNN7 g M 2' -x xp .T- , kgxk ,K ,Q X i. , .. -- VW V X - . 1.NwXgx , QQQSQSN ,X Q M ,, N. 3 J -X Y .. ,, XX, iss'-'ggmfg ww ff' A ,X .rwlxahk V ' - .,-.: ,-,'. v , Q. W, ,.. -,fn fx. 'tv ..,k - -x 1. ,, J 3-,X ,-.,.x - - ., vgyz xg , Q -- . Q .f. ,-...NN wi: - :3.515,x y X f' igxxlsv X W K 'E N is X X Q Y A Q B 'N is 'SAX 5, 4: QQ Q K ,WN x 3-A, :- wg X E X , X KN A QU! A., S2-wr, -A ,..X - K ,xg J ,. W, ', Big' W S ' YS ,,..-. . . ,,,,.,' " ' Qi. 1 ?4 H ,X , XR Q rw .II .tw RX Q W F? W. , mf S 63 Q Q. u st xx " ,, AH! A ' f Q ' ' + S 2 X A Q K ,M X , Queen and her Court X X- NA xgxw .S K as 5 b ' X s Q -s s if x Q 5 is 3 -fc. A NX NE i ff ,. , This year's Homecoming Queen at Eisenhower was Linda Perkins. She was escorted by Ron Wells and Ron Roades CUPPER LEFTQ. The senior attendant was Vesta Sullivan, escorted by Devon Birk CUPPER RIGHTQ. Both of the Fluker brothers were in the spotlight toog Don escorting Meri Beth Kennedy, the Junior attendant CFAR LEFTJ, and Tony escorting the Freshman attendant Teri Lamb CRIGHTJ. Colletta Beard, the Sophomore attendant, was escorted by James Walker CLEFTQ. Directly above is the Queen's Court CLEFT TO RIGHTJ Terri Lamb, Colletta Beard, Linda Perkins, Vesta Sullivan, and Meri Beth Kennedy. Homecoming Parade The Senior float KFAR UPPER RIGHTJ took top honors in this year's Homecoming parade. lt's theme, Reflections of Conquest, Fit into the over all Homecoming theme of Reflections very well. The Sophomore float CBELOWJ came in second. Its theme was Reflections of a Dream. Besides the floats, the Queen and Attendants were in the parade. Linda Perkins, Queen CUPPER RIGHTJ, Vesta Sullivan, Senior CRIGHTJ, Meri Beth Kennedy, Junior QMIDDLE RIGHTJ, Colletta Beard, Sophomore CFAR RIGHTJ, and Teri Lamb, Freshman CBELOW Merij. "The Panther" CFAR LOWER RIGHTJ was another paricipant in the parade. tv-"""""" swam MISTER DONUT 495 N. zzna. l22nd s. ELDORADOJ PHONE IN AN ORDER. 423-9351 GOT THE MUNCHIES? WE'RE OPEN 25 HRS. A DAY M, vis Y H ---""" X ' Nw :ls X XX X N X N A W Y x xx.. 1 ezH:f2Qka::Ca, MQ, ' my ' "" W 1 Y 5 new-"""'m l' COMPLIMENT'S OF: SCHAEFER'S BOWL 242 E. WILLIAM Homecoming if Queen Linda, and her Court Reflections" 1972 28 Q 1 Y I 4 i I 1 1 u I WE WON! For only the second time in the fifteen year history of Eisenhower, the students defeated the faculty in the annual student-faculty basketball game. The final score in the men's division was 28-22 but the ladies score was a definite upset! With only seconds remaining the students were winning but Brain-power Brauer and High-hurdler Hays using forbidden tactics stunned the crowd with a half-court shot and sneak lay up to win the game 7-6. The Senior's coaches this year were Phil Taylor for the guys and Larry Jarrett for the girls. WW 'ff Q if XX- i w X il-1, m- - 41.55 1 x x X X xii X K-tl g..-A i ..,. A 30 1 Student-Faculty X W Q 5 Basketball Game X Q X .-x. :iii y f X .. xl. mf i' x X ,. .-1 A EQ wx- X .3 31 "Music: Man" 3 . 32 ul is N X MILLIKIN NATIONAL BANK ONE MILLIKIN COURT DECATUR, ILLINOIS X - NS The Mock Weddings The Home Economics department held Mock Weddings this year, and they were as dramatic as ever. A Mock Wedding is a Home Ec. project giving the students a chance to learn the fundamentals of Wedding etiquette and dress. Invitations are planned. wedding arrangements are made, the ceremony is performed, and the reception is held. Two bridal groups are pictured at the bottom and to the right, two girls serve the reception's guests. 35525 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR 130 N. WATER STREET 429-4151 "WHERE lT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT. S X Christmas Concert The annual Christmas Concert was presented this year by the Eisenhower Music Department. All choir groups and the band and the orchestra performed. A highlight in the evening was brought about by a solo sa ng by Cathy Wrigley. To the left are the keynotes, above are the advanced girls, and top right is the concert choir. Mike Sanford and Sue Malloy are pictured from one of the Mock Weddings, top left. ALADD'N PARTY SALES TUPPERWARE 1200 E. CANTRELL 428-3521 lT'S THE NICEST THING THAT COULD HAPPEN T0 YOUR KITCHEN. Tryouts gl i "Out of the Frying Pan", which is the story of a group of young actors trying to ma ke their way in the world, was Eisenhower's All-School Play. Although almost sixty people tried out for the play only twelve finally made the cast. Pictures of the tryouts are on this page and pictures of the play practice and the play itself are onthe opposite page. The twelve students that made the cast are as follows: Don Larson, Carol Vreeland, Gordon Speagle, Becky Mazza, Paula Hollingsworth, Terry Fletcher, Henry Austin, Shelly Poe, Roger Robb, Doug Grohne, Mike Lewis, and Kurt Sharp. in N C Mfs.,,..,.xiW. .,.,.V...,.h Out of the Frying Pan SATTLEY'S OFFICE MACHINE INC. 3, The Practice The Play S PEACOCK CLEANERS 81 LAUNDERERS 750 EAST PRAIRIE 423-3635 SX c S X M PROM R G2 f F' Tl60'!ll-llgl-Fg ? db ELDORADO vouu FIND fl EVERTHING NEEDED., AT EMM mains ,i Just another day V REICH BROS. JEWELERS 116 E. PRAIRIE AVE. 422-2687 Q, 1. ,Q ' x N N I am X-""I' l98 FIIATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE LFIIECHT AGENCY Il'I9 E. CRNTRELL AID ASSDCIATION FUR LUTHERANS X ' t I - .4 . , . NORIIANS LAUNQEIIQERS DRY CLEANERS M5 EAST DECATUR DECATUR ILLINOIS PHONE 429 4367 In, gwolvtlbmww. i 'Lap IJL,9f?iiMzA IIO3 E. cmvrnfu 57: Youve- 5Avm5 Q FuvANc1ER5-- A KEY To FUTURE SERVICE iff. ww S . SSW 5 , 1 x X x ,gm , X X x X NX is xg - X5 NN W s, A Fit. x N x Q QW -' .1 K E3 ,,Q l :,., .,Q.q,....,,,,,A.. , V . XX X S X- .,... - N XX NM Q ix X xx NX X ,X xx CAJ and CBJ Nlr. Bull Rohrscnelb. Our prlnclpal has many dutues. As an educatuonal leader, his major responsubilltues should be ln cooperatuon vvltn the staff and to dl- rect, guide. and coordinate the total educatlonal program. As admunlstrator. ne IS held accountable for the total scnool program. Mr. Ronrscnelb must also act as mediator and Interpreter for constant maintenance ln two-way communlcatlon. CAD and CBJ Mr. Gordon Davis, Mr. Gordon Davis, the assistant principal, prepares the master schedule of classes, all student scheduling, and is responsible for keeping the permanent records of students and teachers. He also submits the weekly bulletin and counsels many students. CCH and CDD Mr. Don Diller. The duties ofthe Dean of Boys entail the many fac- ets indigenous to the male enrollment of Eisenhow- er High School. CED and CF5 Miss Marie Weber. Miss Marie Weber, our Dean of girls, helps students with many of their social, academic, and personal prob- lems. Miss Weber's duties include checking attend- ance of girls and aiding the school nurse with wel- fare difficulties. Miss Weber is also in charge of the American Field Service, the bulletin girls, and the errand girls. SNR .,,, . 2 ..,:., .,,. c 55 ,, ,, ,,.,. . Nz .X ,wg Ss X532 Elf: gpg. LL - Q- -ri. T rrrr ..... E5 E X xx X : wit t X, gg : ,, ' if .....,, ,, A ' iiiii 'M - SSQ f i , ' , S .lisiswlmts XQNQN . .e 5. s :fix get sg gf ,te ig , 15- ti s x ig ,W t f 5 .... . 1.5: - X X wklwiv. l-- i , -Q. t i X X A XS f ' s , XX NN X . S X .. li, N X 3 X X x The Dffice Secretaries cw" ,V+ wx ,-:iii 'X . Wasse- taa.sfw?9fL Q 6 1 UM . . fn iw tw X .5121 QB e CAD Miss Lowder and Mrs. Kilton are busy keeping thelrecords for students' school at- tendance. CBJ Mrs. Mary Kilton. Mrs.. Kilton works in the attendance office with Miss Weber and Mr. Diller. CCJ Mr. Peach refers to a manual. CD3 Mrs. Dorothea Hill. Mrs. Hill is busy typing in themain office. She has many duties to perform. CED Mr. Robert Peach. Mr. Peach is the police laison officer at Eisen- hower. An understanding of the law pro- motes comdllance with the law: which in turn promotes an orderly and constructive socie- ty. The philosophy of this program is geared towardithat goal. CF5 Mrs. Eloise Armstrong. Mrs. Armstrong also works in the main office handling many duties. CGD Miss Marilyn Low- der. Miss Lowder works in the attendance of- fice keeping the student records in order. The secretaries at Eisenhower work hardto keep everything running smoothly and effi- ciently. We appreciate their endeavors. 44 Police Counselor Librarians CAJ Mrs. Peterson scans a card catalog draw- er. CBJ Miss Woodring checks a book order. CCB Miss Betty Woodring. Miss Woodring, the head librarian at Eisenhower, has many du- ties to perform. She's in charge of the library assistants. The Learning Center, a service center for the total school program with adequate administrative support, staff, bud- get and physical facilities, serves as an up- to-date repository of instructional materials, as well as equipment. The center, which is well-designed, and the materials accessible and challenging, should induce students and teachers to explore ideas and truths and areas of personal interest whereby learning and teaching can reach maximal dimen- sions. CD7 Mrs. Nancy Peterson. Mrs. Peter- son is a full time librarian at our school with many duties to perform. She handles the li- brary club. CED and CFD Mrs. Mary Burger. Mrs. Burger is the librarian secretary at Eisenhow- er. CG1 Mrs. Helgoe looks up from her work. CH3 Miss Marion Matthews. Miss Matthews is Eisenhower's full time nurse. Almost every- one has solicited her help at one time or an- other. She's in charge of the nurse assist- ants. The nurse in the school health program recognizes and deals with developmental and health needs of students especially in rela- tion to those areas of prevention, detection, and treatment which necessarily influence educational programing. CID Mrs. Beth Hel- goe. Mrs. Helgoe helps full time as a teach- er's aide in the library. Her assistance to Miss Woodring and Mrs. Peterson is much needed and allows the librarians to devote more time to the students. 45 Nurse CAD Mrs. Emily Abbott. Mrs. Abbott teaches American history, world history, frontier and Civil War, and U.S. since 1920. CBD Mrs. Ab- bott goes over a test with the students. CCD Mr. Anzelc prepares a test during his plan- ning period. CDD Mr. Robert Anzelc. Mr. An- zelc teaches world history, world religions, the Western Hemisphere, and Pluralism and Constitution classes. CED Mr. Carlton pauses a moment to smile for the camera. CFD Mr. Mul- len is head of thesocial studies department. CGD Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Petty show the bul- letin board displaying the election candi- dates so popular in 1972. CHD Mr. Carl Hamil- ton. Mr. Hamilton teaches world events, cul- tural history, consumer education, econom- ics, U.S. since 1920, and Pluralism and Con- stitution. CID Mr. Merrill Petty. Mr. Petty teaches contemporary world, Pluralism and Constitution, and Renaissance. He also coaches the golf team at Eisenhower. CJD Mr. Guy Carlton. Mr. Carlton teaches contempo- rary world classes. CKD Mrs. Marilyn Foran. Mrs. Foran teaches world history, American history, modern world, U.S. since 1920, and Pluralism and Constitution. CLD Mr. Dean Mul- len. Mr. Mullen, chairman of the social sci- ence department, teaches American history, sociology, psychology, world religions, U.S. since 1920, and frontier and Civil War class- es. The social sciences include: geography, world history, American history, and govern- ment problems. The goals of the social stud- ies department are to motivate, to relate, to form, and express opinion, to appreciate and understand, and to compare and then evalu- ate. CMD Miss Jean Reese. Miss Reese keeps a busy schedule with contemporary world, world religions, Middle East and Africa, and modern world classes. CND Miss Reese looks over the students' papers. COD Mr. Petty intro- duces material using the blackboard. CPD Mrs. Foran takes time to help explain materi- al to a student. --""- 1- .,,, -. .... 5. ' si ' D if 46 il Social K Scuen ces Q . Science CAD Mrs. Julia Heiden. Mrs. Helden, head of the science department, teaches physical science, physics, and chemistry. Through a modern laboratory oriented curriculum, the Science Department strives to create a learn- ing environment in which students can ac- tually practice science and become profi- cient in the art of intelligent decision making. Our present course offerings are physical science, biology, earth and air sciences. chemistry, physics, zoology, and physiology. CBD Mr. James LeMasters. Mr. LeMasters teaches biology, earth science, and air sci- ence. He also coaches cross country and the sophomore basketball team. CCD Mr. Le- Masters pauses a moment during his work schedule. CDD Mr. Wilson checks out a corri- dor pass. CED Mrs. Helden is the chairman of the science department. She is explaining a formula at the blackboard. CFD Miss Olivia Taylor. Miss Taylor teaches biology. CGD Miss Taylor reviews some biology terms with her students. CHD Mr. Donald Chamberlain. Mr. Chamberlain teaches physical science, zool- ogy, and physiology. He also coaches Eisen- hower's tennis team. CID Mr. Ronald Wilson. Mr. Wilson teaches Zoology, biology, and physiology. CJD Mr. Chamberlain checks over some pages. W -' f A. DF W? 'I' to . at 48 i l l i ,l 'l 'l 'l l l l I l l 4 l l l i il l l i Guidance Counselors ' - - Q s .Q -Ms. . t3 X 1 -. , ' N., .f 1":', , Vi? iles gci. as . ,. .. ,-.sas .RNQSKXS 2.2: .. fat. ' - - - .gs .N L A - - skis .jg . ... .Ng eggs- ,. ,. C... . srfssfgss A, ,I - . s.-mms: X s sx D X Sw ur. 'fix XQCRY Q XRD 'D x D X NX f Ng SDD xx X 1 .Q 5 S x 3 X DM X DD XR w Q QX sts X X CQ . K xx Q XD X Digi. ' ' 'DN . sg sf. 1 ' ' .. 5315? KN' QA xg 9-,gm N Yi, -s S Q-ff, at :g,..g.gQ ss...-ass " . - D --.51 '- .L , 1... . I ,. , .XC . .f,Q.X. .. X X D H X Q Q e A X X CAD Mrs. Lancaster reviews a student's records. CBD Mr. Wade M. Davis. Mr. Davis is in charge ofthe guidance department and has a definite concern for the person- al growth and maturity of students. Guidance is a vari- ety of services which have the common objective of helping students become increasingly self-directed so that they may make the maximum use of their talents and opportunities. Students need assistance not only in solving emotional and personal problems, but also in making satisfactory adjustments in educational, vocational, health, social, and civic areas. CCD Mr. John W. Reps. Mr. Reps enjoys his work as a counselor at Eisenhower. CDD Mrs. Whited completes recommenda- tion forms required for student approvals for jobs, etc. CED Mr. Thorpe pauses a moment while looking through a student's record. CFD Mr. Davis busily completes forms concerning students' progress. CGD Mrs. Luella F. Lancaster. Mrs. Lancaster has a definite concern for her students and likes to work with them. CHD Mrs. Alice Whited. Mrs. Whited finds counseling a rewarding expe- rience in trying to help others. CID Mr. Reps is enjoying his conversation with one of his students. CJD Mr. Wal- ter R. Thorpe. Mr. Thorpe has a good sense of humor. He helps coach the freshman football team. CKD Mrs. Marion B. Martin. Mrs. Martin is the secretary for the guidance department. if X ,ff-Z?" ffl gf I MW' KKWZV! f D, r I Mfjiiflg' ' ,W iffiggf- Q Fgrelgn M .,W, , If he 60- , M! if ,fiQ92fW" f 6' Languages l Vi! My I 4 1- " Q- . if CAD Mr. Walter Gallas. Mr. Gallas teaches Ger- man, elements of communication, and intro- duction to the novel. CBD Miss Virginia Ogles. Miss Ogles teaches Spanish and elements of communication classes. CCD Miss Ogles explains how to form the endings of verbs in Spanish. CDD Mr. Gallas demonstrates the correct German pronunciation for the students. CED Mrs. Martin pauses from her daily schedule. CFD Mrs. Linda Parker. Mrs. Parker teaches French and psychol- ogy. She also sponsors the cheerleaders. CGD Mrs. Mary Ellen Martin. Mrs. Martin, head of the foreign language department, performs many duties. Her duties include teaching Latin, an- cient literature, freshman English, and the short story. Learning a foreign language has intrinsic values for all interested students, whether or not they need the language for later academic activ- ities. Important benefits include an awareness of what a language actually is Can organized sys- tem of meaningful sounds and the visual sym- bols used to represent the soundsD, a sympathet- ic understanding ofthe people who use the lan- guage and the culture they have developed, practice of a mental discipline not offered in other courses, and mastery of a valuable tool for further learning. CHD Mrs. Parker tries to oversee the students as they work in the classroom. D E CAD Miss Brauer helps a student in her sewing class. CBD Miss SuEllen Brauer. Miss Brauer teaches algebra, mathematics, and clothing. Mr. Edward Bright. Mr. Bright teaches geom- etry, mathema ics, and general mathematics. CDD Mr. Bright explains the concept of whole numbers at the blackboard to the students. CED Miss Anderson watches as her students work on various problems in class. CFD Miss Linda Anderson. Miss Anderson teaches mathematics, general mathematics, and geometry. CGD Mr. Flake registers a happy response to a stu- dent's correct answer. CHD Mr. Berlen Flake. Mr. Flake, head of the mathematics department, teaches general mathematics, basic algebra, and algebra. Each teacher in the Eisenhower mathematics departmenthfeels that every student should study as much mathematics as the student is capable of learning. ln the future years ofthe 197O's, 1980's and 1990's mathematics, as such, will play an ever increasing role in our everyday lives and occupations. Because of this increasing role of mathematics, there has been an attempt to offer courses to several levels of achievement. lt is the belief of each teacher that our present program can, to a great extent, attain these goals. CID Mr. Ken Seidl. Mr. Seidl is in charge of the audio visual aids CAVAD at Eisenhower. He also teaches mathematics and mechanical drawing. 0 Mr. Carl Brink. Mr. Brink teaches algebra, general mathematics, and pre calcu- lus. CKD Mr. Seidl pauses a moment during one of his usual hectic days of trying to supply the teachers with the desired AVA equipment. CLD Mr. Brink is engrossed in an explanation of a calculus problem. - Industrial Education QAQ Mr. Wilford Hudson. Mr. Hudson, who is in charge of the industrial arts department, teaches architectural drafting and graphic arts. He also coordinates the l.C.E. program Industrial Coopera- tive Educationj. We believe that our industrial edu- cation program here at Eisenhower High School should assist each individual regardless of his so- cio-economic background, in an educational pro- gram leading to a useful and fulfilling career. The program must be geared toward providing career education leading to real career opportunities and employment. It should be designed to improve the understanding that young people have of the world of business and industry and the skill required to choose and pursue a chosen field of work. CBJ Mr. Krueger waits for a response from a student. CCD Mr. Corman checks over his students' papers. CD7 Mr. David Corman. Nlr. Corman teaches general metals, power mechanics, and electricity. QEQ Mr. Marion Cordes. Mr. Cordes teaches machine wood and electricity classes. CFD Mr. Cordes looks over the progress of his students in his record book. QGJ Mr. Fred Krueger. Mr. Krueger handles the CWT pro- gram QCooperative Work Training programb in which many students are enrolled. CHD Mr. Hudson exhibits his sense of humor as he talks with his stu- dents. The lndustrial arts curriculum is so designed to permit students to gain experiences and knowl- edge on a exploratory nature that will qualify a stu- dent to advance to an area vocational center where he can enter an intensive training program in a specific vocational area. Special Education CAD Miss Maier takes a break from her duties. QBJ Mrs. Elizabeth Bal- log. Mrs. Ballog, chairman of the special education department, handles the C.W.T. CCooperative Work Trainingy students and those in job training. Special education helps the student to get along in this community through a work- study program. The special educa- tion department was enlarged this year. Last summer the enclosure of the breezeway was completed and is now the special education class- rooms. CCQ Mrs. Ballog reviews a student's schedule. CDD Miss Debra Price. Miss Price teaches home arts, English, and social studies. CE5 Miss Price oversees the work ofthe students and helps whenever she can. CH Miss Price stands near the bulletin board displaying the popu- lar election campaign of the year 1972. CGD Miss Karen Maier. Miss Maier keeps busy with the learning disabilities classes. CHD Mr. Paul Reed. Mr. Reed teaches home arts, social studies, and mathematics. CD Mr. Larry Delong. Mr. DeLong teaches social studies and English, and gives special help to those who need it. QJJ Mr. Reed pauses a moment while grading papers. l l .fs l E I QA5 Mr. Charles Clark. Mr. Clark teaches typing, bookkeeping, consumers education, and data processing. CBJ Mr. Clark waits for a correct response from a bookkeeping student. CCD Mr. Griffin challenges a student good naturedly with good spirits. CDD Mr. Schwalbe helps a student with her bookkeeping problem. CED Mr. Donald Schwalbe. Mr. Schwalbe, head of the me XXX N ' TWV ,s , , .l l l i 1 1 4 l l I 1 l l l KSN s N N.. -Q 3 t so rc sf. sk. X. 'lswr.:qYY'ilfef: Yi F at-sf :Kev NNE fr--' C MX Q . X. . . W .vs 1 A -A NNN we ...ss ses 'es wtf.: sie-tt ss is X - grew-seizes N New XX- -M X x X5 Ny Ng xxx v W X W... . 'N " W F X is -. Rugs. ,Sv T53 Q S 2- -is business department, teaches bookkeeping, typing, stenography, and of- lfie fice practice. Mr. Schwalbe is also in charge of the business staff of the X X yearbook. Business activity permeates every facet of contemporary socie- X X so ty and is, therefore, a basic part of the culture in which modern man lives 0 e and participates. Business education assists the student in finding his Y ..V. place in society regardless of his socio-economic level. Persons enrolled in G courses offered by the business education department are given the op- ,,: portunity to achieve their individual goals - whether for vocational train- x ing, personal-use skills and knowledges, advanced training, or general education. CFJ Mr. Robert Witt. Mr. Witt teaches typing, basic business, and C marketing and sales. Mr. Witt also coaches the varsity basketball team and F assists with the varsity football team. CGD Mr. Witt watches to see if any student needs assistance during class. CHD' Mrs. Funk finds students who eibslii i need help. CD Mr. John Griffin. Mr. Griffin handles D.E. CDistributive Educa- .,, tionb and teaches marketing and sales. Mr. Griffin. also sponsors the stu- 1 dent council. CJJ Mrs. Keith smiles as she sees that her students are per- X forming well at their typewriters. CKJ Mrs. Judith Keith. Mrs. Keith teaches basic business and typing. QLQ Mrs. Patricia Funk. Mrs. Funk coordinates the Office Occupations f0.0.J and teaches stenography. ig 54 1' T H -w W ss. X X ,,,Jx X . X .. A A ,333 x .X X X P' s s.-X5 X N exwA1sX.X F a NX b ' 1 N Xi s H as ski x . ' X gs yxif 1 . ss. 1 -"'- as - s gsfswsxq A .. X x. 1 i K sg X ss N X, N X -s wsfMEW gQS QQ L ' ,sa ,NN 4, ,. A Q. :ss - lfgfk M K X S63 - f X.. . XX sis ww xX-X Q XX X W XQ 1 2-f si ' Q K S? s . 1. Xi sf.LgXkyx ,Q . X. g x .sw ag-Qrgg iw?--fm . XS? XX X X. . .X 1 X NR Q NN 3 X '5 ' s EP wx' s . ww X: .- XX XX 1 s iessisiisi fs. iisiif iss xx .X . W k fvff- ' ' 5 M? s h .. N s Y J CBJ Q Q. fs - - x , -Wfkshi .V ' N 5,5 -fs' X. I X ,,., Y 'WX Y" , ,mm Business Education X English J Ibb: V - .f-Q" . "" ..'.:s:I:Es55:f5F'E.1-N - 'S 5. SNR-lx ' fs ""' . . S . " Sggxgi -5 iz w s: X X X X X Q ,X gist X gag We as 0 1 X1 x Q 1 s K gtg: 5 -R if fsc- in 1, f lx l . CAD Mr. Alexander happily gets the correct response from a student. CBJ Mrs. Olson shows her grand disposition and how happy she is to return after a long illness. KCJ Mrs. Doris Giles. Mrs. Giles, head of the English department, handles all of the speech contests and teaches public speak- ing, basic speech, mass media electronic, and freshman English. Advanced composition, introduction to novels, short story, and mass media are course titles. These English course titles represent a few of the single semester courses available to students this year. The new elective program offering a wide range of opportunities for language study attempts to meet the needs of all students. KDJ Mrs. James is getting some good answers from her students on their papers. CEJ Mr. John Alexander. Mr. Alexander teaches mass media print, creative writing, building a vocabulary, busi- ness English, and freshman English. He also coaches our varsity football team. CFD Mrs. Kistler is pleased to show a publicity poster well-done. CGD Mrs. Ruth Olson. Mrs. Olson teaches intermediate composition, humanities, mass media print, great books, and freshman English. CHD Mrs. Nancy McReynolds, Mrs. Mc Reynolds teaches career English, elements of communication, and film study. Mrs. McReynolds also sponsors the editorial staff of the yearbook and any photography contests. She took her maternity leave December 1, 1972 and Mrs. Doris Woods took her classes. Mrs. Woods teaches mass media, electronics, elements of communication, freshman English and black literature. CD Mr. Moore listens as a student reads aloud in class. QJ3 Mrs. Giles pauses in the hall to speak to the editorial staff members. CKJ Mrs. Betty Jo Lauderdale. Mrs. Lauderdale teaches freshman English and intermediate composition. CLD Mrs. Mary Cussins. Mrs. Cussins teaches individualized reading, advanced composition, in- troduction to poetry, and freshman English. She also sponsors the National Honor Society. CM7 Mrs. McReynolds explains the concept of depth of field to her film study class. QNJ Mrs. Shirley Kistler. Mrs. Kistler teaches basic speech, beginning and advanced play production, dramatic litera- ture, and freshman English. Mrs. Kistler sponsors the Thespian Society, all the play productions and handles any other general entertainment giv- en at the school by students or faculty. COD Mrs. Lauderdale patiently awaits for a response from one of her students. CPD Mrs. Marilyn James. Mrs James teaches journalism, semantics, modern logic seminar, and freshman English. She also is in charge of the Panther Press Cschool newspa- perb. CQ5 Mrs. Cussins stands to survey the progress of her students as they read. CRP Mr. Eugene Moore. Mr. Moore teaches short story, American writers, building a vocabulary, and freshman English. X X wt x : :. r ,ge J A M ,, U 1. J 4. QE zz F 335 WN X . C -A -- . Xyrqxgiszlgg x X-1 X X X x , X - X . Q. ?13 1 ':1r:Q ?EEEE: 2 -:: : X ' X 5 2? H' X- ',-ml. L1 1 i X W viii 1 5 X rw K : . -' 25322535 ':. 13 55: -151223: x X xx X - 5 XX f ' Nx m XX XXX NX i ,Xuriw Y Aux X X X Q X ' X X. XX. .X x . 1 ' XSXX XX N x. . ,F 5 M. ., X X fn X X KX SQX eg, XX.: N N W N xXx 5 XX Xx X im f y Xxx X Sz X' :W wx, X 11525 ::aas11S':" '. 22 .QKXXX X S X N X X 5 X Iii -Gaz: 551.22121 ' 1' ,fi 'SS 1 Q! . 'WX-' KH 5 ik: M, . , XXX ' fx XX x bei x X RX X s X ,A , Nw .iv -XXQX XX- -XXXXXX ggi X,-1-S as X X .TXQXX X fs: KXHQX 2 X' eva' XX- 5 5 s X 5 -w E 'J X :Q XXXXX X56 1-.QR News ' ' X. X XX . . x XL X x xx wx Ny 1 X X HA, xXxX' XX X X X A X I diss ,1X:Xl is XX 3 i jg S 11.: 'Q W 55 x. . -L X 't A Y S Xe' 1 m . X Q5 W EW fff Z if if f , i , MC X X. X was x Q xx XX x XX 1. X Y X XX' X70 . 3, wg, YN X.. CQD Home Economics CAD Mrs Padgett watches as her students prepare a meal. CBD Mrs. Helen Padgett. Mrs Padgett head of the home economics department, teaches adult living, cloth- A ing foods child development and home furnishing. The home economics depart- ment offers opportunities to students to relate their learning to home and family life as well as to prospective work experiences recognizing the facts that occur in a con- sumer oriented society KCD Mrs Ruth Hicks. Mrs. Hicks teaches clothing, food and , consumer education CDD Mrs Hicks helps a student with her garment she is sewing. CED Miss McMakin smiles with approval at the progress of her students. QFD Miss Locke gives directions concerning the sketch book. CGD Miss Susan Mc- Makin, Miss McMakin is in charge of the art department and art contests. She teaches art activities, applied design, drawing and painting, and commercial art. The art department is concerned with the growth of all students through experiences that enable them to develop their creative, intellectual, emotion- al, social, and manualcapacities. At no other period in history has it been so necessary for man to realize his world more keenly and to place in its true perspective, the importance of the basic need for expression through self- direction, creative ability, critical thinking, and emotional stability. If our so- ciety is to reach a higher level of culture, everyone must be educated to ap- preciate art. The conditions conducive to the creation and enjoyment of great art are vital to the enrichment of daily living for all mankind. CHD Miss Diana Locke. Miss Locke teaches art activities. 58 Music fAJ Mr. Coen directs the orchestra. CBJ Mr. David Coen. Mr. Coen handles the orchestra and its performances throughout the year. CCD Mr. Oman conducts the band members in a lively number. CD9 Mr. Bruce Oman. Mr. Oman instructs the cadet band, jazz band, concert band, and the marching band. CED Mr. Milton Scott. Mr. Scott leads the concert choir, Pa ntherettes, keynotes, tiptones, mixed choir, ad- vanced girls, and teaches music listen- ing. QFD Nlr. Scott leads his singers at the piano and keeps them on their toes. The music department consists of choirs, special vocal groups, three bands, and an orchestra. ln the music listening class students learn the his- tory and forms of music from Bach to Rode. Some of the music groups usually perform over sixty times dur- inga year. CCD Vfm GirI's Physical Education. CAD Miss Conrad settles a dispute with the rulebook. CBD Miss Irma Con- ' rad. Miss Conrad, head of the girl's physical educationdepartment, teaches girl's PE classes and bowling. The girl's physical education department serves the girls of E.H.S. by offering a variety of activities and skills such as basketball, soccer, body mechanics, gymnastics, and tumbling. Health and driver education classes are also a part of the girl's physical education department. CCD Mrs. Sharon Hay. Mrs. Hay teaches girl's PE classes. CGD Mrs. Hay explains how to play golf to her students. CJD Mrs. Bright pauses a moment before she goes to her health class. CKD Mrs. Julia Bright..Mrs. Bright teaches girl's PE and health classes. CLD Mrs. Donna Baldwin. Mrs. Baldwin teaches girl's PE at Eisenhower. CND Mrs. Baldwin referees a game of volleyball. Boy's Physical Education. CDD Mr. David Murphy. Mr. Murphy, the athletic director and head of the boy's physical education department, teaches boy's PE, drivers training, drivers education, and bowling. The boy's physical education departments main objective is to create an- interest in activities which will develop the mental, social, and physical well being of the student, Soccer, basketball, gym- nastics, and wrestling are just a few of the many activities at E.H.S. CED Mr. Buttz gets things or- ganized in his office. CFD Mr. Michael Buttz. Mr. Buttz teaches boy's PE and health. He also coach- es freshman football and is the assistant track coach. CHD Mr. Murphy answers questions con- cerning season tickets. CID Mr. Novak takes a break during wrestling practice. CND Mr. Jackson oversees students as they use the new gym equipment. COD Mr. Herbert T. J. Jackson. Mr. Jackson teaches boy's PE, health, drivers training, and drivers education. He also coaches the freshman basketball team and is head track coach. Mr. Jackson sponsors the human relations group. CPD Mr. Jake R. Watson. Mr. Watson, assistant athletic director, teaches boy's PE, drivers training, co-ed swimming, drivers education, and co-ed sports. He also coaches the freshman-sophomore baseball team. CQD Mr. Donald Novak. Mr. Novak teaches boy's PE, drivers training, and drivers education. Mr. Novak coaches the varsity wrestling team and the varsity baseball team. He also sponsors the human relations group. CRD Mr. Watson watches as his students perform exercises. CSD Mr. Pete lnnis. Mr. lnnis teaches drivers training, drivers education, and boy's PE. He also coaches the sophomore football team. CTD Mr. lnnis looks on at a football assembly. M Phys. Ed X CHSM 'fs ...X ig. 5 f Qwmws ww 1 ,m,.,1:5wm:mmwAwwwm: we Custodians -E E : Q 3 2 1 S 2 C . 2 - J., 2 zz , ' -f -3-faq, i , ' t- f 9 ,sigsfssg - 1Yf4fw"' -C 5 3 , f. 5-...,. blffgig C Q3 J Figgiiip fi X ' 'N' ' 4 if . Iwi Stk . N- - 3' 503.2 5,5 .5 fig- ...NQS-ri .5 if sf X 1,-df ' +f- ' 1 '-'Y.esi'--?'f.Z- N Q Q' - fel- ,:, . 35-3... -Ere:-sw! S1 w,:i.. . Hsx. Ygwifsg : 1. - X 'F Q Q. - A -s -.Nw-wt 5 ' C i-'E'35?T:3' sees K.-ifQ:'.L::gt9 . - 5 - gf if-4121, s .N tiff "f'ri'p+wX1 V .ess sxgg 'wifi 1-get ,wg .. Sis x ' -15x "'s - C' . ," . xiasafiigsl Sfxfiil -. . l.sa..'!,':"1's, . .. Vw---f f--. K Q 1 v-,. . gi f- :.:.-:1--':. iz- ssw' .ev .V H 4' "'--'-' r' if ' ' i Ef1'f'15 ?'73. .l'N'?i- ,. C C 'ka K- X 1' M . " . X 9 A QWQZ.-D .L., - - sf . 5 X lik ' . , if - ' . f Mr- N. 1 A-Q hw ,v-1. ,, A . :gg DT ".. .- 1 so w f is ss. c g .CAs.ewr..?2 .- X. . X: , X-X ' --lfv sf-S .: , j- g D f , -eww -cs gs s. ' ' Q -s ss- Maintenance Department. CAD Mr. John Grindol. Mr. Grindol is the custodian foreman in charge of all the custodians at Eisenhower. Mr. Grindol and his cohorts have a tremendous task keeping the school and its grounds maintained for ulti- mate use by students, faculty, and administra- tion. Their efforts are appreciated by all. CBD Mr. George W. Riley. Mr. Riley works nights at E.H.S. cleaning the classrooms for the students. CCD Mr. Leo Urich. Mr. Urich helps maintain the school classrooms at Eisenhower. CDD Mrs. Irma Archer. Mrs. Archer works busily all day main- taining the ladies' rooms and other general tasks. CED Mr. Ernest Gober. Mr. Gober does his part to help keep Eisenhower pleasant and clean. CFD Mr. Dale V. Karcher. Mr. Karcher helps keep the gym area and other parts of our school in good shape. CGD Mr. R. T. Sampson. Mr. Samp- son is always seen at Eisenhower during the day helping to maintain our school. He's always will- ing to lend a helping hand. CHD Mr. Charles Hood. Mr. Hood does his part to maintain the class- rooms at Eisenhower. CID Mr. Robert McDonald. Mr. McDonald works in the evenings to help keep our school pleasant and clean. CJD Mr. John W. Smith. Mr. Smith also works in the evening maintaining the classrooms at Eisenhower. CKD Mr. Darwin Pearson. Mr. Pearson helps to keep our school in good condition and pleasant to workin. ss. Cafeteria X35 i..gi.. be -. - xr sk x-.- is 5 X X K-.Qx -xt if xit, . X X x l Staff K gwsemssmsms. XX.. . . XXRPQQQQS 5 sig .X 'N- E ., et- w . S W ewswwwwte Q. . .gi .s ix N x x - . K Q -. t X xt x s fe X X XV X. tl - F sex .1 saws . N lxsv msg, 93. :gs va... SX Q X . V 1 5. we .S ,N Xrwxsw:s' Y a S S N S 0 S - .. X xi X CAD Mrs. Wanda Babbs and Mrs. Mary Amon. Mrs. Babbs helps wherever she is needed in the cafe- teria and is in charge of the dish room. Mrs. Amon is the cafeteria manager. CBJ Mrs. Mary Amon. Mrs. Amon has a great responsibility as the cafeteria manager to make sure that the quality of the food meets the desired requirements for the school. The cafeteria staff spends many early hours before students are even awake in preparing the various meals. No doubt Eisenhower is fortunate to have such efficient cafeteria helpers who produce such great foods! Their efforts are greatly appreciated by students and all personnel. CCD Mrs. Alberta Whicker, Mrs. Syrada Hatha- way, rs. Eileen Mrs. Frances Telenski, Mrs. Reba Rentfro. Mrs. Whicker is the head pastry cook in c arge o all those scrumptious goodies we devour. Mrs. Hathaway is the assistant pastry cook. Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Telenski are part of the general help in the cafeteria. Mrs. Reba Rentfro has a big job as the assistant cook. CDD Mrs. Ruth Grider, Mrs. Mary Adkins, Mrs. Mary A. Bramel, Mrs. Elvera Wyne. Mrs. Grider has the responsibility asthe head cook and assistant manager. She is very much needed and appreciated in the cafeteria. Mrs. Adkins bakes that delicious bread everyone loves! Mrs. Bramel and Mrs. Wyne help in general wherever they are needed to prepare our food. CED Mrs. Geraldine Wildinson, Mrs. Dorris Durbin, Mrs. May Myers, Mrs. Marjorie Forbes. Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. Durbin, and Mrs. Myers are part of the general help in the cafeteria and perform varied duties. Mrs. Forbes makes those luscious salads and is in charge of the salad department. CFB Mrs. Dorothv Smith and Mrs. Norma Hanson. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hanson helo .X v .N Q Xx.,, , if WNQ mm x xxwxn Ewkxxxmx ANXNE ,,.,. x W., 3 Y , 5 X' . b XL S X X X ' x N , , x X M X ..,. X X sw X, X E X X x SQ Q 1 I- ,WJNKNXEET 32 Classes Maturity is the main difference between the freshman and the se- nior. High School is a new adven- ture for the freshman. He wants to meet new friends and become ac- quainted with the school so that he can be more involved in school functions. Since the sophomore knows his way around the building, and has become adjusted to new friends and teachers, he hrs ready to investigate new opportunities to learn. l-le may feel ready for more extra-curricular activities. The sophomore looks eagerly for his junior year. The junior is well on his way to maturity. By this time he has learned to drive a car and may even be working at a job part time. l-le assumes more responsibility and leadership. The junior feels that his senior year will be the highlight of his high school career and is there- fore quite anxious forthe beginning ofthe next school year. At last the senior has reached adulthood and his goals begin to change. Now he is beginning to think more about the future. wheth- er it be goingto on to college. taking a full time job or maybe even marriage. The high school years are the years of transition from childhood to adulthood. Thus, each year is a stepping stoneto the next. CAD Acklin, Krisandra. Choir 1,2.3,4.5,6,7.8: Library Asst. 1.2,3.4,5.6,7.8. Pantherama 7.8: Library Club 3.4.7.8. CBD Alexander. Gail. CCD Anderson. Hal. CDD Anderson. Schuyler. Coun. Historian 7. 8: Orchestra l.2.3.4.5.6.7.83 Prom Comm. 6: Honor Soc. 4.5.6.7.8. CED Askew, Mark. Basketball Mgr. 1.3.53 Football Mgr. 3.4,5.6g Track Mgr. 2.4.63 Li- brary Asst. 1.2.3.4,7,8: Class Coun. 7.8. CFD Atwater. Douglas. Class Coun. 3.4: Li- brary Club 3.4: Football Mgr. 3.5.7. CGD Aubert. Terri. CHD Bachmann. Carol. Pantherarna Bus. Staff 1,2,3.4.5,6,7.85 Orchestra 1.2,3.4,5,6,7. 8. FTA 1.2 CID Baker. Michele. Office Occupations 7.8. CJD Baker. Ronald. Football 5,6.7.8: Track 5 6. CKD Banks. Danny, CLD Banks. Ozell. Voc. Food 5.6.7.8 CMD Barney. Clare. Stud. Coun. 1.2: Library Asst. 3.4: Class Coun. 7.8. 'CND Bean. David. COD Bean Julie. Office Helper 3.4.55 Stud. Coun. 3.4.5,6.7,8g Homecoming Comm. 7.8. Acklin. Krisandra Anderson, Schuyler Aubert. Terri Baker. Ronald Barney. Clare Alexander. Gail X - Askew. Mark Bachmann. Carol l l - Banks. Danny Bean. David Anderson. Hal Atwater. Douglas Baker. Michele Banks. Ozell ,A 35 A A "... ""' Xi i"..f 'F ....... if 2 X DD 3 if E ..... Bean. Julie BB B7 Beasley, Brenda 1 1 Birks, Devon , Mr. r ,1 M, , , ,, :fav ,fgyg ,gig 0 ,,,,. . g V V I I I V "" " .,.-. 7:-V4 77 Qtr, 5: Xb: V' ., Masai? , .ywfff -. f '4 . 'j,, ,. P" 2.15. M, -. i ff.. M Blankenburg, David - , . , Black, Kerry Blockton, Cherry Bond, Annette l Boyd, Ka ren Bond. Virginia fi GY? Bradford, Debra l Best, Mark Black, Stanley Blue, Maxine Bork, Lynette Mxifgcgw I ,ar 'Wm ff Bradford, Lorraine QAJ Beasley, Brenda. Adv. Girl's Choir 1,22 Usher: Girl's Tumbling 1,22 Homcoming Comm. 1. CBy Beasley, Linda. Office Helper 3.43 Prom Comm. 53 OOC 7,8. CCD Best, Mark. Class Coun. 1,23 Honor Soc. 6,7,8Q Baseball 1,22 DE 7,8. CDD Birks, Devon. CED Black, Kerry. Class Coun. 12,7,83 Home- coming Decor. Comm 3,51 Nurse's Asst. 6,72 Float Comm. 1,5. . QFD Black, Stanley. QGJ Blankenburg, David. LH! Blockton, Cherry. Stud. Coun. 1.23 Panther Press 7,83 Class Coun. 7,83 Home- coming Decor. Comm. 7. CID Blue, Maxine. Pantherama Bus. Staff 7, 8. CJD Bond, Annette. CKJ Bond,Virginia. QLD Bork, Lynette. CMJ Boyd, Karen. Orchestra 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8. QNJ Bradford, Debra. Class Coun. 3,43 Class Secretary 7,81 AFS 3,4,5,6,7,83 Library Asst. 2,3,4Q Stud. Coun. 7,83 Prom Comm. 63 Homecoming Comm. 7. COD Bradford,'Lorraine. CAD Brady. Lola. CBD Bretz. Michael. Voc. 5,6.7,83 All School Play 5.6,7,83 One Acts 5,6,7,8. CCD Brewer, Nancy. Stud. Coun. 2.3,4,5,6,7, 83 Coun. Secretary 6.7.82 Pantherama Pho- tographer 3,4,5,6.7.83 Panther Press 3,4,5.6, 7,82 AFS 1.2.3.4,5.6,7,83 Homecoming Comm. 73 Parade and Assembly. CDD Brewner, Catherine. CED Brimm, Cathy. CFD Brobst. Linda. Stud. Coun. 3,4,6,7.83 lntra-City Stud. Coun. 6.7.81 Band 13 Queen's Comm. 33 Honor Soc. 6.7.8, Class Coun. 5,6. CGD Brooks, Rodney. CHD Brown, Jenet. CID Brown.Victoria.Office0ccupations7,8. CJD Bryson. Terry. CKD Buckley. Patricia. CLD Bush, Tonya. Band 1,2,3,4,5.6,7.83 Stud. Coun. 1.2.3.4,5.6.7,83 Pantherama Bus. Staff 3.4,5,6.7.8. CMD Byers, John. CND Campbell, Terrence. COD Campbell, Vickie. Choir 1.23 Sgt.-at- Arms 1,211-lptOf'l9S 3.4,5.63 Concert Choir 3, 4.5.63 Human Relations 5.6. Bretz, Michael Brimm, Cathy Brown. Jenet Buckley, Patricia Campbell. Terrence Ca rnahan. Teresa Carter. Chris fi XNXWN 4? .5 Clark. Teresa T Coe. Norman Cook. Rita X sw Carroll. Maureen i Cnabak.William - Clemons. Kenneth l Colcord. Daniel Cordes. Kevin Carson. Roni Clark. Jerry Cliff. Mary Cook. Avon Corey. Karen CAD Carnahan. Teresa. CBD Carroll. Maureen. Class Coun. 3.4.5.6: Homecoming Queen Comm. 1.3: Stud. Coun 3,4,5.6.7.8: Sgt.-at-Arms Stud. Coun. 7.8: Prom Queen Comm. 6. CCD Carson. Roni. Choir 1.2.3.4.5.6: Prom Comm. 7.8. CDD Carter. Chris. Class Coun. 5.6: Honor Soc. 6.7.8. CED Cnabak, William. CFD CIark.Jerry.Stud.Coun. 1.2:Track 2. CGD Clark. Teresa. Class Coun.1.2.3.4.5.6: Stud. Coun. 7.8: Homecoming Queen Comm. 1.3.71 Frosh Orientation 5.7: Pantnerama Bus. Staff 1,2.3.4. CHD Clemons. Kenneth. CID Cliff, Mary. CJD Coe. Norman. Football 1.3.5.7: Basket- ball 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8: Baseball 2.4.6.8 CKD Colcord. Daniel. Golf 1.2.31 Tennis 5.6. 7.8. CLD Cook. Avon. Wrestling 1.2: Football 1.2. CMD Cook. Rita. CND Cordes. Kevin. Football 1.3: Pantnera- ma Bus. Staff 5.6. COD Corey. Karen. Choir 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8: Tip- tones 5.6.7,8: Pantnerama Bus. Staff 1.2: Film Club 5: Homecoming Assembly 1.3.5.7: Musicals 2.4.6,8: Talent Snow 6. CAD Cox, Christine. Library Asst. 1',2,3,45 Library Club 3,45 AFS 1,2,3,45 Stud. Coun.5, . 65 Stud. Coun. Sgt.-at-Arms 6,75 Prom Comm. 65 Class Coun. 5,6,7,85 Homecoming Comm. 75 Stud. Coun. Election Assembly 2. Q CBD . Crabtree,'Terry. Band 1,2,3,4,55 Band Coun. 3.4.55 Class Coun. 3,4,5,65 Stud. Coun. 65 Office Asst. 65 Homecoming Comm. 1.3. CCD Crutchfield, Zachery. Football 1,3,5,75 Basketball 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,85 Track 65 Baseball 2. CDD Dahman, Cheryl. Choir 1,2,3,45 Panth- erettes 1,25 Keynotes 3,45 Pantherama Bus. Staff 3,4,5,6,75 AFS 3,45 Gym Asst. 6,75 Home- coming Assembly 35 Musicals 2,4. CED Daniels, Dorothy. Pantherama Bus. Staff 5,6,7,85 Homecoming Comm. 5. CFD Daniels, Vicki. CGD Davis, Regina. CWT 55 DE 7,8. CHD Dawson, Albert. CID Dean, Daniel. Band 1,2,3,4,5,65 Baseball 4.6.8. CJD Deardorff, Marti. Honor Soc. 4,5,6,7,85 Prom Comm. 65 Class Coun. 7,8. CKD Dedman, Dianna. Stud. Coun. 1,25 Class Coun. 3,4,7,85 Pantherama Bus. Staff 1,2,3,45 Pantherama Ed. Staff 3,45 Honor Soc. 4,5,6, 7,85 Panther Press 3,4,7,8. CLD Deem, Paula CMD Delaney, Michael. CND Derrickson, Malia. COD Dickes, Geoffrey. Cox, Christine Dahman, Cheryl Davis, Regina Dea rdorff, Marti M 5 .' .Q l ffm. .. -Nw if? fi 5' ::. -' . . X8 Mer A A - I if 'Si'S'XQlM-Q Delaney, Michael Crabtree, Terry Daniels, Dorothy Dawson, Albert Dedman, Dianna Derrickson, Malia Crutchfield, Zachery Daniels, Vicki Dean, Daniel Deem, Paula Dickes, Geoffrey Dotson. Helen Embree. Debra Evans Elaine Fawcett, Mark O l Fondren. Michael Doyle, David Easton. David K KJ: Q' L iL'l""""""""'l-. .kah . """""" t'-M. ee,. "' Etherton. Deborah Evans. Carolyn Evans. Michael Fair, Scott Z nl Fleming. Lee i Fischer. Michael Ford, Francls Freeman, Nathaniel CAD Dotson, Helen. l.C.E. Club 5,6,7,8. CBD Doyle. David. CCD Easton. David. CDD Embree. Debra. CED Etherton. Deborah. Library Asst. 3.4.5. 63 Office Occupations 7.8. CFD Evans.Carolyn.Choir1.2.3.4.5.6: Pantherama Bus. Staff 3.4,5.6.7.8: Office Occupations 7.8: Prom Comm. 6. CGD Evans, Elaine. Stud. Coun. 1.3.43 Or- chestra 1.2.3.4,5,6,7.83 Pantherama Bus. Staff 3,4.5.6.7.8: Honor Soc. 6.7.8. CHD Evans.Michael. ClD Fair.Scott. CJD Fawcett. Mark. CKD Fischer, Michael. Football 1.33 Golf 4.6. 83 Stud. Coun. 7.8. CLD Fleming. Lee. Pantherettes 1.2: Choir 1 2.3.43 Keynotes 3.43 Musicals 2.43 Homecom ing Assembly 33 Concert Choir 5.63 Panthera ma Bus. Staff 1,2.3,4.5.6.7.8: Prom Decor. Comm. 6: Gym Asst. 7.8. CMD Fohdren. Michael. Football Letterman 5,6,7,8. CND Ford. Francis. COD Freeman. Nathaniel. Wrestling 1.2.7.8: Football 1.2.3.4.5.6,7.8: Track 1.2.3,4,5.6.7. 8. CAD Fuson. Thomas. Pantherettes 1.2: Con- cert Choir 3.4: Stud. Coun. 34.5.61 Class Coun. 5.6. CBD Gardner. Chris. Language Lab Asst. AVA: DE CCD Garren, Norman IDD Gilbert. Sandy.Choir 1.2 CEJ GiIlespie.Timothy CFD Giosser. Jeffrey. CGJ Glosser. Phillip. Baseball 4. QH1 Goddard. Rita. CID Golembeck. Joann. Choir 1.2.3.4.5.6.7. 8. U7 Grandberry.Jessie. QKD Graves.Ernestine. CLD Gray. Marlita. Choir 1.2: Stud. Exchange 5.6: Stud. Coun. 5.6781 Pantherama Bus. Staff 7.8: Homecoming Comm. 7. Homecom- ing Queens Comm. 7. CND Greene..AIan. Basketball 12.3.41 Track 5.6.7.8: Stud. Coun. 1.2.3.4.7,81 Vice-Pres. 1, 2: Sgt.-at-Arms 3.4.7.8 QNJ Greene. Linda. Choir 1.2.3.4.5.6: ICE Stud. Advisor 5.63 Pantherama Bus Staff 5.6. KOH Greene MeIirida.AFS1.2.3.4.5.6,7.8: Historian 3.4.5.6.7.8: Pantherama Bus. Staff 7.8. Lw.irrcii.NrJ'it1.m i i i Giosser. Jeftrev Golembeck. Joann Gi'.1y.Mgiriita Greene. Meiinda Grider. Sandra Grohne. Douglas - Hall.Vonda 'l Hall. Charlene l 1 . A rgygg - Hanstedt. Shirley Harper. Mary Anne Harris. Sherry Harris. Wlliam W . ,swam ' .C 5 g My A A if if 1 Havener. Jeffrey Heatherton. John Grubbs. Shirlene Hamilton. Stanley . Harpstrite. David Hassebfock. Glen Hecker. Patricia CAJ Grider. Sandra. Guid. Receptionist 1.2: AFS 4.5.6.7.8: AFS Secretary 5.6: Panthera- ma Bus. Staff 3.4.5.6.7.8: Pictures Mgr. for Pantherama 7.8: Class Coun. 5.6: Prom Comm. 5.6: 0.0. 7.8. CBJ Grohne. Douglas. CCD Grubbs. Shirlene. CD7 Hall.Charlene.Stud.Coun.1.2.3.4.5.6. 7.8: Class Sgt.-At-Arms 1.2: Class Sec. 3.4: Class Coun. 5.6: Stud. Coun. Vice Pres. 6.7: Homecoming Comm. 3.4,5.6: Homecoming Chairman 7.8. CEJ Hall. Vonda. Choir 1.2.3.4.5.6: Keynotes 5.6: 0.0. 7.8.' 'S CFD Hamilton. Stanley. Football 1.2: Human Relations Talent Show 1.2. . CGB Hanstedt. Shirley. Library Asst. 1.2: Homecoming Comm. 1.3.51 D.E. 7.8. CHJ Harper. Mary Anne. Stud. Coun. 1.2.3. 4: Homecoming Comm. 1.2.3.4.5.6: Office Helper 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8: Senior-of-the-Month Chairman 4.5.61 Prom Comm. 5.6: Panther Press 5.6.7.8: D.E. 7.8. CIJ Harpstrite. David. Stud. Coun. 7.8: Na- tional Honor Soc. 6.7.83 Panther Press Staff 7.8: Panther Press News Ed. 7.8: Prom Dec. Comm. 6. CJD Harris. Sherry. Gymnastics 1.2.3.4.5.6. 7.8: Squad Leader 5.6. CKJ Harris.WilIiam. CLJ Hassebrock. Glen. Basketball Mgr. 1.2: Varsity Track Mgr. 2. CM5 Havenerdeffrey. CNJ Heatherton.John. CO1 Hecker. Patricia. Library Asst. 1.2: Honor Soc. 6.7.82 Choir 3.4.5.6: Homecom- ing Comm. 3.5: Float Comm. 1: Musical 4.6. KAJ Heckman, John. Class Coun. 1.2. Class Pres 3.4: C.W.T. 5,6-3.7.8. U33 Hegger, Lynne. Band 1.2.3. CCJ Heitz, Lyle. QDJ Hendrian,Vickie.Choir1,23Concert Choir 3,4.5,6g Honor Soc. 6.7.83 0.0. 7,8. CED Henson, Mark. Band 1,2,3,4,5.6,7.8g Tennis 3,4,5,6,7,8: Class Coun. 7,8. CFD Hepworth, Dennis. CGD Hess. Gwendolyn. QHJ Hess, Leon. 0.0. 7,8. fly Hicks, Josephine. Class Council 7,8. KJJ Hicks, Myra. CKJ Hill, Mary. Nurse's Asst. 3,4,5,6: A.F.S. 3.4: 0.0. 7,8. KLJ Himmelrick,Debra. CMJ Hise,John. QNJ Hodges, Pamela. Stud. Coun. 1,23 Sec. Soph. Class 3.4: Christmas Comm. 1. CO5 Hogan, Myrna. Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6: Li- brary Helper 5,63 Library Club fSecretary- Treasurerj 5,63 0.0. 7,8. l Heckman. John Hendrian. Vickie Hess. Gwendolyn l l Hicks. Myra CMD Hise. John Hegger. Lynne Henson, Mark l Hess. Leon l , Hill. Mary Hodges. Pamela l Heitz, Lyle Hepworth. Dennis Hicks. Josephine Himmelrick, Debra Hogan, Myrna Hollingsworth, Mark Hudson.Vanessa Iles, Roberta I Janvrin. Jo Ellen fi5'tX Wx A 5 -535 NX T5 4 Jestis, Michael Hollingsworth, Paula Hug, Michael Irwin, Gregory Jarrett. Larry S' its -I Johnson, Eric Hovey, Robert 1 Q Hurley, Dorothy Jackson. Jeffrey Jeffrey Michael Johnson, James CAD Hollingsworth,Mark. CBD Hollingsworth, Paula. All School Play 5 Class Coun. 1,2,3,4,5,63 Thespians 5,6,7,8g Homecoming Comm. 1,3,5p A.F.S. 5,6,7,8g One Acts 4,63 Co-op 7,8. CCD Hovey, Robert. CDD Hudson, Vanessa. Office Helper 3.4.5.6 0.0. 7,8. CED Hug, Michael. Band 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8. CFD Hurley, Dorothy. Bus. Staff 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7,83 A.F.S. 3,4,5,6,7,8: Sgt.-at-Arms 5,63 Or- chestra 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8g Human Relations 7,8 Class Coun. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8. CGD Iles, Roberta. CHD lrwin, Gregory. Stud. Coun. 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8g Homecoming Parade Gomm. 33 National Thespian Soc. CID Jackson, Jeffrey. CJD Janvrin, Jo Ellen. Cheerleading 3,4,5,6, 7,83 Stud. Coun. 3,4,5,6,7,8p Pantherama Bus. Staff 3,4,5,6,7,8: Choir 1,2,3.4: A.F.S. 3. 43 Human Relations 7,8. CKD Jarrett, Larry. Football 1,23 Basketball 1,2,3,4,5,6g Track 1,2,3,4. CLD Jeffrey, Michael. Voc. 1.2. CMD Jestis, Michael. Tennis 2,4,6,8g All School Play 3,5,7,8p Night of One Acts 4,63 Thespians 6.7.83 Voc. Electricity 5,6,7,8p Our town 6. CND Johnson, Eric. COD Johnson, James. Band 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8g Orchestra 3,4,5,6,7,8. y 4 QA? Jones, Cllfford. Voc 1.2.3.4 tBl Jones. Dennls. tCl Jones. Steven CDI Joyner. Connell. Class Coun. 1.2: Foot baIl1.2 QED Jury. Cathy. Choir 1.2: Concert Choir 3 4.5.6: Muslcals 2.4: Llbrary Asst. 1 CFJ Kahler. Connle. Cholr 1.2.3.4.5.6: Key- notes 5.6: Pantherama Bus. Staff 3.4.5.6.7.8 Musncals 2.4: Stud. Coun. 3.4: Class Coun. 7 8: DE. 7.8: One Acts 6 CGJ Kapper. Rosemary. Llbrary Asst. 1.2.3 4.5.6.7.8 QHJ Kaskey.Vlckl.Stud.Coun.1.2.3.4.7.8 Class COUl'l.3.4lHOfTl63COI'T'lll1,f1COtTll'l1. 1.2 tlj Kaufman. Wllllarn. l.C.E. 7.8 CJD Klaus. Katherlne. Panther Press Bus. Staff 5.6: Class Coun. 7.8. tKl Knapp. Monty. QLJ Knlenm. Robert. Voc. 1.2.3.4: Wres- 0 tllng 3.4: A.V.A. 5.6.7.8 tMl Kreher. Mary. Llbrary Asst. 1.2: F.T.A. 1.2: Offlce Helper 5: National Honor Soc. 6.7. 8:0 O. Club 7.8. QNJ Krohn. Cathy. Lllorary Asst. 1.2.3.4.5.6: National Honor Soc. 6.7.81 DE. 7.8. tOl Kvvasny.Sandra.Cholr1.2:Panther- ettes 1.2: Concert Cholr 3.4.5.6: Muslcal 2.4: OO. 7.8. fit' . Jonescllttoltl Joyner. Lonnvll Kapper. Hosernarv Klaus. Ktlfflelllli' Kreher. Mary i Jones. D'Q'lll1l5 i iii l Jul yf. Ltlllty Kaslwy. Vu lm Kn.1pp.Monty Krohn. Cathy Jones. Steven K wlt-r.L onnlc Ktltlfllltll1.VVlllltllT1 Knlerlrn. Robert 1 1 Kwasky. Sandra Larck. Wilma l l Lewis. Clarence Maddox. Garry Mahon. Pamela anew- 77 Largent. David Long. Debra Maddox. Roxanne Markarian. Keith owski. Michael - Madden san Mahon. Lloyd T1 , f Mattingly. Christy Mazza, Rebecca McDaniel. Susan McDowall. JO QAJ Larck. Wilma. C81 Largent. David. Football 1.3.5.7: Track 4. tCl Laskowski. Michael. Choir 1.2: Concert Choir 3.4.5.6.7.8g Tiptones 5.6.7.8g Football 1.3: Baseball 81 Band 1.2.3451 Musical 2.4.8. QDJ Lewis. Clarence. tEJ Long. Debra. Choir 56.7.81 Bus. Staff 7. 8. tFJ Madden. Susan. Library Asst. 1.2.3.4.5. 6: 0.0. 7.8. QGJ Maddox.Garry.Stud.Coun.1.2. tHl Maddox.Roxanne. ily Mahon. Lloyd. Football 1.2.3.4.5.6: Panther Press 3.4.5.6 KJJ Mahon. Pamela. Bus. Staff 5.6.7.8: Choir 1.2.3.4.5.6: Pantherettes 1.21 Keynotes 3.4.5.6: Prom Comm. 6: Scum Comm. 4.6.8. llki Markarian. Keith. Football 1.2.3.4: Band 1.2.3.4.5.6. CLD Mattingly. Christy. tMl Mazza. Rebecca. Panther Press 5.6: Thespians 6.7.8. CND McDaniel. Susan. Band 1.2.3.4.5.6: Na- tional Honor Soc. 6.7.8. tOl McDowall. Jo. AFS. 3.4.5.6.7.83 Bus. Staff 5.67.83 Prom 5.6: Homecoming 3.4. , CAD McGee, Edward. CBD McHood, Janie, Stud. Coun. 1,2,3,4,5,6. 7,83 Vice Pres. Class Coun. 3,4,5,6g Home- coming Comm. 2,4,6p Honor Soc. 4,5,6p Prom Comm. Chairman 5, Homecoming Float 1,3,5. CCD Mears, Roger. CDD Merrill, Duane. Football 1,3: Baseball 2, 4,6,8p National Honor Soc. 4,5,6,7,8. CED Miller, Tamara. A.F.S 3,4g.CIass Coun. 3,43 Nurse's Asst. 5,6,7,8. CFD Mogged, Patricia. CGD I Molloy, Sue. Panther Press Bus. Staff 7. CHD Mose, John. . CID Mundy, Margie. Class Coun.1,2,3,43 Pantherama 1,23 Cheerleading 3.4. CJD Musser, Gary. CKD Naaseree, Taai. Foreign Exchange Student. CLD Nalefski, Robert. Football 1,2,3,4,5,6, Basketball 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8: Voc. Cabinet Making 5,6,7,8. CMD Nance, Judith. F.N.A. 1,2,3,4g Nurse's Asst. 3,45 Guid. Receptionist 5,6,7,8. CND 'Neal, Nancy. Choir 1,2,3,4,5,63 Key- notes 5,63 Voc. Cosmetology 7,8, Float Comm. 3,43 All-School Play 7,8 COD Nelson, Danny C. J X X - M55 1-9 tx egg Ct til Q Y X X Q X tyco QQ, 5 Di.. X . . ' -- . A X M?g.2v12s.1 " f is wiigxss, N QXKQQQ S 5 SN Ce 32' t D McGee, Edward Merrill, Duane Ng ff xi'- ..-ssif . . Molloy, Sue QR. Musser. Gary ms X XX D m X CMD g Nance, Judith 7 i McHood, Janie l MiIler,Tamara - Q Mose, John , - .31 Naaseree, Taai Neal, Nancy - ' I Mears. Roger X Mogged, Patricia Mundy, Margie Nalefski, Robert 'ff X A C mms ,Wi Q. F' A D Sis Q- - .Q .. L, ' 'FQRXPQ if C" :Sgt Q3 ,. Nelson, Danny Nevvlworu Sl:.::'o:: Nvvvsor::o Ci.:yIe: A8 ' vt'- Nu l:r:lIs lJ.:v:rl Nol :Il Nl :tk Xxx tt W x QQ X A gs X ,X , XX OSbOr::e.A:::t.: Owe-us l1.::::t:Il:: J L B,.. CJD Pvt la li-:l:l:l V - - Perkms. Lando Ploussdrd. Dav:d x Nl: l:ols.L lnftortl Nollv ll.:v:fl l Ummm l' :Tru u: 'kt'-V hw: ll Povve-ll l :::d.: QA: NGWDSVH.Sl1dlOll.YQdl'bOOk1.?.3,LI- brary1.2. CB: Newsome. Govle. Class Cow: 1.?.3.4g Cl:o:r 1.2. Glflce Helper 34.6.61P.:::tl:or.::::.: Bus St.:lf 7.8. P.:::tl:er.:r::.: Ed. St.:ll 7.8. lVlL:s:t.:l P. : lfjl Nlt l:ols. Clllltord. lU: Nl: l:oIIs. U::v:ll KEJ NOl.1ll.lVl.ll'k.l0lllll5:7.4.6.Sfl,l.lNN Clow: 7.8. ' lFl Nolte. Ddvud. P.:::tl:erettes 1.21Co::ne:'t Chou 3.4.6.6.7.8. llDtOIl95 6.6.7.8 ljdskot lmll1.2.3.4.le:::::s1.2.3.4.6.6.7.8.P.:::tl:c': : m.:l3us.5t.:ff1.2.3.4.6.6.7.8:P.:::tl:o: lvretss l.?.3.4.6.6.7.8.lVlus:t.:ls1.?.3.4.6.6.7.S.l: l:r.:ry Asst 3.4 'L:l:r.::'y Clul.: 3.4. l Io.:t CIo:::::: 3.4 J tGl Usl:o:'::e.A:::t.: l:'osl:.Att0::tlo::t l HUlTl6"LOllllllQ,f.Ollllll 6.61 l.:sstj::t::: 6.6. Pror:1CIr::::::1 6.6 lll: Owt-::s.lJ.::::elIt- llt Ovvt-::. P.:tr:c :,:. t,l:o:r l,2.3.4.6.6.7.S. Keynotes 6.6.7.8 lJl lJ:plo:::t:.wl:.:t every 60:::o: :s Iooknmg lo:w.:rd lo lK: Pet la Bol:l:: N.:l10l:.:lH0::o: So: 4.6.6 7.8 P.:::tl:e:r1::::.: Bus Stall 3,4.6.6.7.8. A l .S 3 tll POL lf.. Sus.:::. l:l::'.::y Helper 1.?.6.6.7.8 KM: Povkms. l :::d.: btud Loud. 6.6. L. I.:ss COLIN 6.6.Cl1c::r3.4.6.6.l o::certCl:o:: 7.8. N.:t:o::::l Homo: Soc 6.7.8. llu:::.::: RoI.:t:o::s 7.8. l-lo:::vc o::::::g1Assv:::l:ly 3.6.7. llomc iOlTllllg1QL1Q?Qllf tNl Plousstirtl. David Al S.1.fj.3.4.b.6.7.S lre1.:s 6.6. P.:::tl:or:::::.: Yo.::'l:ook Ed. Stoll 7 3 4 6 6.7.8. Ed ::: Lllnol 7.8. Nt:t:o::.:l llo::o: So: 6.7.3 lOl Powell. l:::d.: L.l.:ssP:9s 6.6.A.l S.. Stud Com: 1.33.46 6. Cl.:ss Coon. 6.6.7.8 lJ:.:m.: 1 ?l Honor So: 6.6.7.8 L:l:r:::v Asst. 1 P 3.4 QAJ Precht. Philip. Varsity Football Mgr. 1.3. 5.7: Varsity Basketball Mgr. 1.2.3.4.5.6.7,8: Boys Gym Office Asst. 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8. CBJ Rauchek. Jean. Year Book Staff 3.4.5,6. 7.8: Office Asst. 7.8: Bulletin Board 7.8: AFS 4. CCD Redmond. Brandon. Orchestra 2.3.4.5. 6.7.81 AFS 3.4.51 Class Coun. 5.6.7.8: Panth- erama Bus. Staff 3.4.5: Honor Soc. 6.7.82 Prom Comm. Chairman 6. CD7 Reynolds. Stephen. Football 1.3: CWT 5. 6.7.8. QED Rhoades. Ronald. Pres. 1.2: Treas. 3.4: Stud. Coun. 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8: AFS 1.2.3.-4. tFl Rhodes. Sandra. KGB Rickman. Cathy. Office Occupations 7. 8. QHJ Ridlen, Kevin. Football 1.3.5.7: Wres- tling 3.4.5.6.7.8. fly Ridlen, Mark. Tennis 2,4.6.8: Class Coun. 1.2.4.5: National Honor Soc. 4.5.6.7.8: Pantherama Bus. Staff l.2.3,4: Pantherama Ed. Staff 2.3.4. CJD Riggen. Victor. Pantherama Bus. Staff 3.4: Wrestling 3.4.7.8: Voc. ICE 5.6.7.8 CKE Riley. Christine. CLB Ritter. Stephen. QMJ Rodgers, David. QNJ Ruble. Rebecca. CO5 Ruffini.Celestino. Precht. Philip Reynolds. Stephen Rickman. Cathy Riggen, Victor Rodgers. David l Rauchek. Jean Rhoades. Ronald Ridlen. Kevin Riley. Christine Q Ruble. Rebecca Redmond. Brandon - Rhodes. Sandra Ridlen. Mark Ritter, Stephen lT Ruffini. Celestino I . f- .-4 ii bf. .lf 111 ' r la- -1 ? Samuelson Steven Sapp Margaret - Seals Deborah Snull. Peggy Sloan Pamela . my ir 5 x. . R. . L t ie ' r :W I I 'Z h -9: bl fi ll- . E H f . L I Q A .Q A 1 W." I 4 1 Sanford. Mlcnael Savage. Clarence Snerden. Shelly Q ,- qu, A SN Suckles. Darrell Smutn.Curtls Sangster. Llllle in SCl1went. Glen-1.1 Slwugart. Gary 1 . . l Slernons. Sus ll' SIT1lTl'l.L1iV9ff'lQ QAJ Samuelson. Steven. U31 Sanford. Mlcnael. Football 1.2.3,4.5.6. 7.81Trac:k 5.6.7.8 QCJ Sangster. Llllle. Gym Asst 3.4.5.6: Of- tlce Occupatlons. tDl SaDp.Nlargarel DE.t,nolr1.2.3.4.5.6. IEJ Savage.Clarence. QFD Sclwvvent. Glenda. Stud Coun.1.2.3.4.5 6.7.8. AFS 1.2.3.4.5.6.7 8 Class Coun 3.4. Gymnastltis Competntlon 6 Sl um Comm. 4. 51HOfTleC.OlY1Il1Q,FlOdtCOIIUI1 5 7 Elettlons Assembly 5 lGl Se.1ls.DelJor,mn tH1 Snerden. Snelly Honor Soc . 6.7.8. AFS 1 2.3.4,5.6.Class Coun 5.6 Sc'umComm.4.5: HomecomlngFIoatComm 5'Gymnastlcs Competltlon 6 lll ShuQ.1rt,G.1ry KJJ Sl1uIl.Peggy lKl Slckles.D-arrell lLl SlQl'l1Ol1S.SUSi'll1.SlUU Coun.1.2.3.4. Llbrary Asst 1 2.Cl.1ss Coun 1 2.314 Home commgComm.5 Gurdante-Asst 7 lIVll Sloan.P.1rnel.1 Pantlwerettes 1 ? FresnmanCl1olr 1.2 Glrl s Cwflatrlr 3 4. Key notes 3.4. GYYTIVIQISULS Clulll .7 Ofllio Help 7.8. Gym Asst. 7.8. Prom l.,mm-1 3 4'Sc1un1 Comm 3 4 INJ SlYllll1Q,l.l'Afl'N Frehtll ll I ' H wwf 1 Q2 6 GYV'lf't9Ae"5x' lPWvl1fllf'.llH Ylilll Coun Rr1l3Yf"v'lY,5'lx,'+ 1 f lOl 'iv ll" lan CAJ Smith. Thomas. Football 3,71 Track 6.8. QBJ Spaugb. Roxanne. CCD Stevens. James. AVA 3.4.5.6.7.8. QDJ Stoner. Lillie. LED Stoner. Toni. CFJ Stottrup. Sigrid. Decor. Homecoming Comm. 31 Stud. Coun. 3.41 Guidance Recep- tionist 3.41 Honor Soc. 6.7.81 Senior Coun. 7. 8. tG7 Stronl. Dennis. Football 3.4.5.6,7.8: Basketball l.2.3.4.5.61 Baseball 1.2.3.41 Band 1.2.3.4.5.6: Senior Class Sgt.-at-Arms 7.8. QHJ Stuart. David. A tll Sullivan. Vesta. Pantnerama Bus. Staff 12.3.41 Homecoming Float Comm. 13.5.71 Homecoming Decor. Comm. 1.51 Stud. Coun. 1.2.3.41 Class Coun. 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8g Prom Comm. 7. CJD Sutton. Catby. Choir 3.4.5.61Pantnera- ma Bus. Staff 5.6. LKJ Taylor. Bruce. Wrestling 3.4.7.81Base' ball 3.4. CLD Taylor.Carol. tlVll Taylor.Frederick. QNJ Taylor. Margaret. Pom-Pom Squad 61 Choir 1.2.3.4.5.61 Stud. Coun. 5.6: Office Helper 7.8. lOl Taylor. Terri. Smith, Thomas Stoner. Lillie l Stioltl. Dennis Sutton, Latliy Taylor. Frederick Spauglw. Roxanne Stoner, toni Stuart. David Taylor. Hvute Taylor. Margaret Stevens. James Stottrup. S'tgritl Sullivan, Vesta Taylor. Carol Taylor. Terri Taylor, Thomas Thornton. Donald Toler. Dorothy Tutas. Dennls Veffllll CBVOIYD Voss. Wllburn Vreeland. Carol CCD Thornton.Catherlne.Cholr1.2:Con- cert Choir 3.4.5.61 Class Sgt.-at-Arms 3.45.61 Float Comm. 31 HomecomlngComm. 5.7: Prom Comm. 6: DE 7.81Stud.Coun. 7.8. QDD Thornton. Donald. KET Thornton. Kathy. Natlonal Honor Soc. 4.5.6781 Freshman Choir 1.21 Advanced Glrl's Cholr 3.-41.5.61 FTA 1.21 Latln Contest 2. 4.6.81 Pantherama Ed. Staff 3.4.5.6.7.81AFS 5.6: Lab. Asst. 71 Baccalaureate Comm. 7.8. tFl Thornton. Kenneth. Band 1.2.3.4.5.6: Marchlng Band 3.4.5.6:CWT. QGJ Toler. Dorothy. Honor Soc 4.5.6781 Junlor Coun. 5.6: Prom Comm. 5.6. tHl Tolllver.PatIy.Gym Asst 1.2.3. fly Trostle. Davld. lJJ Tutas. DQITITIS. Honor Bot 6.7.8. tKl Tyson. James. tLJ Veech. Byron. Class Coun.1.21Stud. Coun. Executlve Board 7.81Pantherettes1.21 Concert Choir 3.4.5.6.7,81TlD1OlTGS 5.6.7.81 Pantherama 5.61lVluslcals 2.4: Homecomlng Parade Comm. 7. tlVlL Verrlll. Carolyn. Nurse Asst. 61 Gym Asst. 7.8. QNJ Voss. Wllburn. Football 1.31 Basketball 1.23.41 Tennls 2.4: HOFTIGCOVTIIITLQ Assembly 1.3.5. tOl Vreeland. Carol. Natlonal Honor Soc. 4. 5.67.81 Secretary for Honor Soc 7.8: Llbrary Asst. 5.67.81 Llbrary Club 3.4.5.6.7.8: Natlone al Thesplan Soc. 6.7.81 Pres. of Thesplan Soc. 7.8. One Acts 61 OUR TOWN 61 All School Play 7. CAD Wadkins. Randy. CBD Walker. Angelia. Class Coun. 1.23 Stud. Coun. Alternate 3.4: Advanced Girl's Choir 3. 4. Keynotes 3.4: Concert Choir 7.8. CCD Walker. Diane. Tumbling Club 1.2: Stud. Coun. 1.23 Homecoming Comm. 1.3: Cadet Band 1.23 Concert Band 3.4.5.63 Orchestra 5. 63 Class Coun. 3,4,5.6.7.8g Prom Comm. 6: Gym Asst. 7.83 Pantherama Bus. Staff 7.8: Cheerleading 3,4.5.6,7.8. CDD Walker. Joe. CED Walker. Roy. Wrestling 3: Track 4: Voc. 7.8. CFD Walker. Theodore. Basketball 1.2.3,4.5. 6: Track 5.6: Wrestling 7.8. CGD Wallace. Marcia. CHD Walters. Michael. CID Washington. James. Band 1.2.3.4.5.6: Wrestling 1,2.3.4.5.6.7.8: Track 3.4.5.6. CJD Watkins.Earnest. CKD Watkins.Terry. CLD Weaver. Carol. Orchestra 1.2.3.4.5.6.7. 8: Stud. Coun. 1.2.7.8: Cheerleading 5.6: Pantherama Bus. Staff 3.4.5.6.7,8: Gymnas- tics Club 1.2. CMD Welker. Daniel. Football 1.2: ICE 5.6.7. 8. CND Wells. Donald. Basketball 1: Football 1: Stud. Coun. 3.4.5.6: Band 1.23 Concert Band 3.4.5.6.7.8. COD Wells. Ronald. Football 1.2i Band 1.2: Concert Band 3.4.5.6.7.8: Class Coun.1.2.3. 4.5.6.7.8: Class Pres. 7.8. Wadkins. Randy Walker. Joe Wallace. Marcia Watkins. Earnest Welker. Daniel Walker. Angelia Walker. Diane 4 D l Walkef- ROY Walker. Theodore Walters. Michael G Washingtonmlames Watkins. Terry Weaverlcargl 1 - Q3 Wells. Donald Wells. Ronald Wells. Timothy Whitehead. Mark Wiley. Ruth 1 1 Nintersteen. Steven Wood, Scott l 1 l White. Beverly -' iw if "',. 2 Whitney. Scott Willis. Nancy Witham. Joyce Woodard. Judy White. Leola Cdro 2 Wintersteen. Bruce Wood, Cynthia Wright. James QAJ Wells.Timothy. CBJ White. Beverly. CCD White. Leola. Girl's Choir 1.2.3.41 Mixed Choir 5.6: Keynotes 3.4. CD3 Whitehead. Mark. National Honor Soc 6.7.8. tEl Whitney. Scott. Honor Soc. 4.5.6.7.8: Honor Soc. Pres. 7.8: Stud. Coun. Executive Board 7.8: Junior Class Coun. 5.6: Home- coming Float 5. QFD Wiley.Carolyn. tGl Wiley. Ruth. Student Library Asst. 5.6. CHQ Willis. Nancy. tli Wintersteen. Bruce. Stud. Coun. 12.3.41 Football 1.2.3.4.7.8: Wrestling 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8 Track 2: Cross Country 5: Honor Soc. 6.7.81 AFS 5.6. tJl Wintersteen. Steven. Football 1.2.3.4.5. 6.7.81 Track 1.2: Wrestling 3.4: Honor Soc. 6. 7.8. tKl Witham. Joyce. Stud. Coun. 5.6.7.8: Publicity Chairman 7.8: Homecoming Comm. 5. QLD Wood. Cynthia. Office Helper 1.2. LMT Wood. Scott. QNJ Woodard. Judy. Prom Decor. Comm. 61 Pantherama Bus. Staft 7.8: Office Occupa' tions Club 7.8. tOl Wright. James Wrigley. Catherine QAJ Wrigley. Catherine. Choir - Pantherettes 1.23 Concert Choir 3.4.5.6.7.8: Tiptones 5,6,7,8: All School Play 6: Musicals 2.4.83 Stud. Faculty Show 6: Sophomore Attendent 3: Homecoming Assembly 3.5.7. QBJ Wrigley, Tim. CCD York. David. Voc. ICE Job Training 5.6. 7.8. CDD Young. Kay. Stud. Coun. 1.2.3.4.5,6.7. young. Kay 8: Treasurer 6.7: Class Coun. 1.2.3.4.5,6.7.8: Treasurer 1.2: Choir 1.2: Pantherettes 1.2: Concert Choir 3.4.5,6,7.8: Tiptones 5.6,7.8: Human Relations Comm. 5.6.7.8: Treasurer 5.6: Homecoming Dance Comm. 3: Co- chairman 5: Chairman 7: Homecoming Attendent 5: Prom Theme Comm. Chairman 5: Prom Decor. Comm. 5: Honor Soc. 4.5,6.7. 8: Musicals 2.4: Baseball Batgirl 6. CED Young. Thomas. Football 1.3: Wrestling 1.2.3.4: Tennis 2.4.63 Homecoming Comm. 1. 2,3.4.5.6,7.8: Stud. Coun. 1.2.3.4 fb QFD Younger. Catherine. Library Helper 2.3: Z f k'.S Guidance Receptionist 6. er OWS I Usan KGB Zerfowski. Susan. CHD Ziegler. Linda. 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LEFT TO RIGHT: Connie Grace - Treasurer, Don Larson - President, Shelly Poe - Secretary, Jeff Blacock - Sgt.-at-Arms, Rusty Price - Vice President, Becky Lawrence - Sgt.-at-Arms. , Junior Council , Sophomore Gffioers L TO R: Terry Fletcher - Treasurer. Jane Kling - Secretary, Dan Walker - Sgt.-at-Arms, Anthony Fluker -- President Sophomore Council .Slew 'N' ,gxwe X NNY YN QS! TRAIN is "N 'W A xwsunnnl' QXPNQRNM KQV Hhs is we 9 N Xxx LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Sullivan - Treasurer, Becky Havener - Sgt.-at-Arms, Pam Lee - Secretary, Chris Daily - President, Cindy Reed - Vi President, Sue Duncan - Sgt.-at-Arms. Freshman Council . 'W 1 1 1 n 1 i l I I i l N Clubs Clubs play a very important role in school life. The more a student gets involved, the more pride he takes in his school, - that is the feeling of most Eisenhower stu- dents. Eisenhower has many activi- ties to offer a student, but not all students take the opportunity to participate. One primary reason why most students belongto clubs is to make more friends and to make their years at EHS more fulfilling. Being involved in school activities allows the student to express his individuality within a groupthat is actuallytryingto accomplish a common goal or share a hobby. Students agree that clubs are a nec- essary part of school life. There were very few who chose to chal- lenge this point. We have found that the more effort the entire student body makes to back up a team, the more likely that team is to wn. Sim- ilarly, the more students involved in clubs tends to boost the general morale, unity, and spirit of the stu- dents. This was obvious as the stu- dents who did belongto a club seemed to have uplifted and more positive feelings compared to those who answered negatively. Perhaps a good adage is appro- priate for summing up the general results and also for reaping a good lesson from the survey answers: "The more you give of yourself, the more you will get in return." Thespians S CAD Thespians. FIRST ROW: Sheliggfoe, Mike LewisL Paula Hollingsworth. SECOND ROW: Deana Daniels, Larry Lawrenge, Annette Frank, Becki Mazza, Bryan Schagmire. THIRD ROW: Connie Grafe, Don Larson, Oarol Vreeland, Roger Robb, Russ Cook, Mjkeaiesgs, Phil Lploe, Giordon Spea- gIe,.Cindy Griffith, Paul Rausche. 'Shirley Kistler CDirectorJ. O' ' ' ' ' 'R D' R 'DR D u-3, 4 Y L i A 138 National Honor Society CAD Honor Society. FIRST ROW: Carol Bachmann, Kathy Thornton, Qa!k1.Nl.on.Lo.e, Shelly Sherden, Janie Dedman, ' ,Patty Hecker, Linda Perkins, Vickie Hendrian. SECOND ROW: Susie Haines, Cathy Krohn, Lynette Baker, Elaine Evans, arole Dodwell, Sigrid Stottrup, Chris Carter, Bobbie Peck, a Martina. THIRD ROW: Mark Whitehead, Janie McHood, Brandon Redmond, Schuyler Anderson, Dorothy Toler, Susan McDaniel, Donce Burton, Carol Karcher, Sheryl Cummins, Linda Brobst, Kay Young. FOURTH ROW: B,Ll.LCEflALl.Dj3fS12,Gl'i, David,ELoilssarg,,David Harpstrite, Steve Wintersteen, Dennis Tutas, C ' r, Scott Whitney, Mark Best, Duke Merrill, Craig Parsons, Tim Johnson. ' National Honor Society Officers CBJ Honor Society Officers. Scott Whitney, Duke Merrill, Carol Vreeland, Mark Ridlen. H-,,,,,,-,i-,,.,-,gf " 139 , l l U m E. 2 :U o ? Smqed Dsgpuoaj 'uaeug -L umeqg '5LUem3gM mi og 'S IS "uosJapuV Jalkngog '1aJ,sSueg a afsalg O QD I-v 3' '4 IJ O 3 CD Ir' Im 7 U7 o 3 O, W 2 x, m 2 cn 1 'U N C 5 CD 1 , U1 -I CD 1 I. CD m 3 I X U1 ,ZF I3 Q 0 Jr ro ua W 1 C O CD O CD 3 3 O 3 -I CD 1 I. 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FIRST ROW: Tommy King, Kay Ygung. SECOND ROW: Jo Ja Debbie Green, Marlon Thomas, Phil Enloe. THIRD ROW: T.J. Jac dvisor Lin Hurley. ' l I in, Debbie Forb d1a.Pefk-Qs, new T American Field Service CBD American Field Service. FIRST ROW: Cheryl Hurley, Cindy Page, Pam Hooge, Kay Bradford, Gail Alexander CPresidentJ, studentb, Linda Oliver, Gladys Nichdlson, Janet Sweazy. SECOND ROW: Pam Hurley, Janet Janes, Lysa Olsen, Jo Keltner, Booher, Susie Haines, Linda Bradford. THIRD ROW: Jennie Burkey, Danielle Owens, Jo McDowall, Brandon Redmond, N Bradford, Julie Cleary, Crystal Corley, Cathy Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Miss Weber CAdvisorD, Jeanette Burkey, Yvon Taa' Naasaree QAFS yne e a er,Julie ncy Brewer, Debbie le Karcher, Annilee Rohrscheib, Kathy Klaus, Melinda Greene, Gary Warnick, Brian Hug, David Ploussard, Bob Younger. Foreign Exchange Students: Taaj Naaseree and Poul Skraep. 1 l 1 l 1 1 i I 1 Concert Choir fAJ Concert Choir. FIRST ROW: Angelia Walker, Carla Carter, Kay Young, Cathy Wrigley, Linda Perkins, Karen Corey, Cheryl lsome, Annette Frank, Lysa Olsen. SECOND ROW: Susan White, Connie Grace, Pat Brennan, Pam Eckes, Seungldee Hong, Debbie O'Brien. Faith Fonville, Debbie Green. THIRD ROW: Mr. Scott CDirectorJ, Gordon Speagle, Mike Laskowski, Rick Lewis, Byron Veech, Larry Lawrence, Elbert Brown Jr. FOURTH ROW: Robin Weger, Martian Leais, Cripton Brace, Charles Spence, Dave Nolte, Paul Rauschke, Tom Rutherford. Tiptones KBJ Tiptones. Larry Lawrence, Kay Young, Debbie Green, Robin Weger, Cathy Wrigley, Mike Lewis, Pam Eckes, Dave Nolte, Annette Frank. SECOND ROW: Paul Rauschke, Karen Corey, Byron Veech, Mike Laskowski, Mr. Scott fDirectorD, Cheryl lsome, Sue White. Keynotes CAD Members Of The Keynotes Are As Follows: Rhonda Black, Pam Boudell, Janet Cox, Jo Ann Golembeck,Tiina Kriisa, Janet Miller, Pat Owens, Shelley Poe, Deborah Przyborski, Pam Rogers, Annilee Rohrscheib, Deborah Sigler, Dianna Welker. l Advanced Girls l sew.-X " --: ' ' f . t Q I it .mini -T , X A l CBJ Advanced Girls. FIRST ROW: Nancy Riewgki, Cindy Page, Shelley Poe, Krisandra Acklin, Shelly Clark, Debbie Long, Julie Cox, Janet Cox, Tiina Kriisa. SECOND ROW: Janet Janes, Pam Hooge, Janet Miller, Judi Schlosser, Julie Booher, Janet Abel, Debbie Przyborski, Joann Golembeck, Ron- da Black. THIRD ROW: Crystal Corley, Coraletta Beard, Brenda Robinson, Annette Karcher, Eva Sapp. Annilee Rohrscheib, Karen Morris, Ronda Schuster. FOURTH ROW: L ' ' ' ' ' ' aura Harris, Lorene Clark, Pam Rogers, Milton Scott fDirectorJ, Doris Hedenberg, Janice Chrisman, Deborah Sigler. l 144 A 7 Pa ntherettes A . J -Q 1 -Q 5 f FY - s -S Q .fs ' A ' e 55:5 ffm Li if - .2 e t if N .. as it 2 1 fi S 2 . . X X : .. .- Q s tw mx X- .2 F. es .Q . X 'A s.-.4 .wx .x .t ss? -s.- . e ss CAD Pantherettes. FIRST ROW: Jana Larson, Katherine Warren, Laura Allman, Angela Lathan, Dawn Willis, Cindy Slaw, Jo Spence, Martha Bates, Jeanette Browning, Robin Coverstone, Tina Hammer, Leigh Ann Monroe. SECOND ROW: Arnetta Jarrett, Linda Martin, Paulette McDade, Diana Slaw, Eva Bond, Cindy Reed, Lynette Wilson, Sheryl Fleetwood, Brenda Shirley, Curlie Taylor, Carmelita Carney. THIRD ROW: Diane Hall, Donna Whitaker, Mark Walker, Rick Lofland, Mike Leming, Tommy Ingram, Bill Purcell, Mark Shadrick, Richard Dulaney, Jeff Allsap, A e ,Greg Bennett, Lillie Boykin, Lynn Wilder. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Street, Joe Thornton, Mark Gillespey, Ricky Krekel, Terry Marshall, T.J. Joyner, Robin L. Holmes, Ken Mathes, Steve Moroney, Brett Tolly, Billy Deem, Larry Taylor, Henry Austin, Mr. Scott CDirectorJ. . . 'S Pom Pom Girls QBJ Pom-Pom Girls. FIRST ROW: Trieia Walker. SECOND ROW: Coraletta Beard, Brenda Green, Tina Graves, Terri Lamb, Edna Wilder, Bianco Brown, Beatrice Walker. THIRD ROW: Eva Bond, Loreen Clark, Mae Stoner, Sheila Crutch- field, Brenda Seawood, Leslie Osborne, Vonzella Jones. FOURTH ROW: Arnetta Jarrett, Davona Crawford, Edith Hat- ten, Jeannette Redley, Pat Cooper, Lavette Perkins, June Smith, Lynn Wilder. l Orchestra ? 2 , CAD Orchestra. FIRST ROW: Mik Miller, Linda Oliver, Carol Bachmann, Pam Dills, Joyce Hollingsworth, Elaine Evans. SECOND ROW: Marc Maglll, Lisa Whicker, Brandonl Redmond, Bianco Brown, Cheryl Hurley, Carol Weaver, Terry Shuff, Schuyler Anderson, David Coen fDirectorJ. Absent: Karen Boydl Cindy Griffith. l 3 of C X. KCMHQ, 7 MMM C Orchestra I r Counci V095 5' I , , ! pi' 2 ' H b . I 'X N ww i ff f fc? re N f' il fl . 9 NN X' ,fx , x I f PL' YN ' ro 5 ' Vi gy QLXCD C7 W XP CB?'Orche.stra Coruncil rlggdlerson Ibixoy WINS 146 3530125 Ca ol bs!-nf isscigdif .--?' CA, Drum Major ELA55 of And Majorette l CAD Drum Majorette is Julie Boyd. The Drum Major is Donald Wells. Concert Band T J- 4 l l CBJ Concert Band. Julie Boyd fMajoretteJ, Donald Wells fDrum Majorb. Members Of The Concert Band Are As Follows: Kevin Bergland, Cheryl Bingham, Jan Birmingham, Tonya Bush, Marina Copeland, Rodney Davis, Susan Dippel, Dar- la Dobbs, Judith Ferris, Susan Haines, Shane Henson, Cindy Hesemann, Kelly Hott, Mike Hug, Bob Hug, Greg lrwin, Jim Johnson, Diane Kussart, Paula Letner, Jerry Lewis, Robin Liddell, David Lowerse, Mary Maynor, Tom McCoy, Lar- ry Miller, Ken Rages, Ron Rhoades, Debbie Rhue, Duane Richards, John Rude, Clark Sanders, Kenneth Sarver, Gary Schmidt, Donna Smallwood, Janet Sweazy, MacArthur Tyus, L. C. Vorties, Mike Walters, Gary Warnick, Steve War- nick, Donald Wells, Ronald Wells, Bruce Wintersteen, Janet Wintersteen, Steve Wintersteen. Cadet Band l l I CAD Cadet Band. FIRST ROW: Britt Brown, Jeff Racobs, Michael King, Rickey Cook, Larry McVay, Eddie Woare, f Chuck Brown, Mr. Oman CDirectorD. SECOND ROW: Frank Sobotta, Sandy Hodges, Claudia Rex, Missy Grohne, Cindy Askins, Cindy Floyd, Marla Mullins, Sue Kussart, Peggy Younger. THIRD ROW: Robby Whicker, Ron Ander- son, Scott Bullock, Randy Pringle, John Fathauer, Gayle Call, Dan Hill, Julie Anderson, Becky Havener, Jeannette Street. 1 l l 1 l 1 l l l i 1 l- l CBD Jazz Band. FIRST ROW AT BACK: Gary Warnick, Rod Davis, Gary Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Jan Wintersteen, Steve Warnick, Lar- l ry Miller, Cindy Hesemann. SEATED: Clark Sanders, Donald Wells, Ronald Wells, John Fathauer. BEHIND PIANO: Ron Rhoades, Kevin Bergland, Larry McVay. AT PIANO: Randy Pringle. 1 148 2ndHourBulIetin Girls 3rd Hr Bulletin Girls CAD Second Hour Bulletin Girls. Debbie Rothwell, Nina Mahon, CBJ Third HOUY Bulletin Girls- Celeste B TZ. Terri Lamb, Kris Petrucha, Cathie Yount. Debbie Rankin. Edith Hatterl. ' Errand Girls CCD Errand Girls. Edna Wilder, Janet Witham, Lori Grotjan, Sue Goodman, Teri, Clark, Vicki Klingler, Tina Ruffini, Debbie Bur er 149 Guidance Receptionists KAD Guidance Receptionists. 'Sharon T us, Connie ,Bhodes, Marian Coventry, Judy ance, ue Sie- monsTenny Kirbyf ' "-1-if-s i I - ccccc ccc ccc i i Nurses' Assistants CBD Nurse's Assistants. Donna White, Brenda York, Helen Keller, Brenda Cox, Tammie Miller, fPauIine Gabrielj. Miss Matthew is our nurse. O Audio Visual Aids CA! Audio Visual Arid. FIRST ROW: Jim Wrigley, Mike Rora. SECOND ROW: Mr. Seidl CDirector of Audio Visual Aidsj, Roger Robb, Tom Wrigley, John Sweazy, Cheryl Morville, Carol Stew- art, James Stevens. THIRD ROW: Fred Carbonneau, Mike Walker, Dan Basnett. Gym Assistants KBJ Gym Assistants. FIRST ROW: Cathy Mosbaoh, Nancy Fleming. SECOND ROW: Sandi Garner, Lee Ann Fenton, Dawn Finch, Diane Walker, Diane Ogilive. THIRD ROW: Irma Conrad CDirectorD, Marilyn Greene, Jo Janvrin, Lee Fleming, Cheryl Dahman, Carolyn Verrill. FOURTH ROW: Marti Deardorff, Karen Morris. V91 CAD Distributive Education. FIRST ROW: Lorraine Brad- ford, Cathy Krohn, Kaye Sapp, Shirley Hanstedt, Gwen Hess, Vickie Campbell, Patricia Buckley. SECOND ROW: Clare Barney, Connie Kahlor, Leola White, Rox- anne Spaugh, Char Hall, Reggie Davis, John Griffin 4AdvisorJ. THIRD ROW: Chris Gardner, Becky Mazza, Lloyd Mahon, Cathy Thornton, Julie Bean, Mark Best. CBJ Office Occupations. FIRST ROW: Betty Easterling, Cathy Rickman, Vickie Hendrian, Teresa Carnahan, Vanessa Hudson, Sue Madden. SECOND ROW: Shirlene Grubbs, Vickie Brown, Carolyn Evans, Jeanne Hicks, Vonda Hall, Linda Beasley. THIRD ROW: Michele Baker, Mary Hill, Sandy Kwasny, Terry Crabtree, Chris Riley, Gean Sangster, Deanne Hogan. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Funk 1AdvisorJ, Debbie Etherton, Jenet Brown, Leon Hess, Judy Worsland, Cathy Younger, Toni Stoner, I Sandy Grider. l.C.E.Club CCD Industrial Cooperative Education. FIRST ROW: Dave York, Tom Young, Dan Welker, Helen Dotson, Linda Greene, Terry Mundy, David Easton. SECOND ROW: James McDade, Jeff Havener, Hal Anderson, Tim Jones, Tim Wells, Bob Hunter, Bill Kaufman, Kent Mears. THIRD ROW: Jack Hudson QAdvisorJ, Bundy, Carr,ABirks, Victor Riggen, Jackson, Bob Hovey, Jim Stevens. D.E. Club 0.0. Club I I l f i I Y . 5 bt. fs . YR iii X Ali' x t s S 2 kg x :ii .X S l Q . ii i E15 S . TF - ' lf, l . :-, i f ,f fb iff . Library Assistants Rohrscheib, Paula Rodgers, Terri Banks, Tina Black, Vicky Walters, Doris Heden- CAJ Library Assistants. FIRST ROW: berg, Cathy Clements, Penny Sparli g, Kathy Andes, Karen Monroe, Sonya Deetz, Linda Goodman, Gussie Harris, Carol Vree- land, Krisandra Acklin, Charme Lew , Susan Dains, Donna Willlford. SECOND ROW: Davona Crawford, Susan Braden, Diane Nise, Jayne Sanderson, Mark Askew, anet Shinn, Vicki Ryan, Sue Peck, Lynette Baker, Chris Zlatos, Cindy Stuart, Randy Boyd, Rosemary Kapper, Betty Woodring CDi ectorj. I Libr ry Club UQ , JU LSKTWQ Qmcngatfbilk CBJ Library Club. FIRST ROW SEATED: Doris Hedenberg, Vicki Walters, Charme Lewis Jayne Sanderson, Cathy Clemens. BACK ROW: Terri Banks, Cindy Stewart, Linda Goodman, Ka- thy Andes, Susan Dains, Annilee Rohrscheib, Mark Askew, Vicki Ryan, Krisandra Acklin, Carol Vreeland, Nancy Peterson CAdvisor5. 153 GJ . X Ql,ljUL,. , ,ILL LD LUW Cl, VW ilk kg OLED XQYW Ewa ,MMIU fs t,l5sLJ a ig A aimed www My , U35 isiwlrila Jcpcslsblh 115 CAD Pathrama Editorial Staff. FIRST ROW: Vicki Klingler, Janet Abel, Nancy Brewer, Krisanora Acklin, Kathy Thorn- ton. SECOND ROW: Nancy McReynoIds CAdvisorJ, Cheryl Reidel, Carol Hoadley, Cheryl lsome, Jan Wintersteen, Paula Letner. THIRD ROW: Glen Hassebrock, Larry Miller, Kelly Higgins, Rod Karasch, Greg Kipper, David Ploussard. Pantherama Cl ubs Editorial Yearbook Staff Editor In-Chief CBJ Editor-in-Chief this year has been David Ploussard. He attended the Yearbook Workshop at Quincy College. KW 'U 3' O f-i- O UQ 1 DJ 'U :Y CD -1 CD CCD ln charge of clubs were Carol Hoadley and Vicki gum OHL yea"b0K0'T ph9t0,g"aVLher5 aredpflaa tgetger' Klingler qeditory. Vicki attended the Yearbook work- a'lCY fewefy e'Y ""S8'nS- amy an 9 Y of at' shop at Quincy College. tended the Quincy Workshop for photographers. Classes l CAD Kathy Thornton, Cheryl Riedel, and Janet Abel CEditorJ have had the responsi- bility of the Class Section. Janet Abel and Cheryl Riedel attended the yearbook workshop. Faculty CCD Jan Wintersteen QEditorJ, Paula Letner, and Kris Acklin were in charge of the Faculty Section. 155 Student Life 'C Nei, .A 'S 5 kay .N -Q is 1 ,.,, . S 1 , 'i Ss 1 Q CBJ Student Life has been managed by Cheryl lsome and Greg Kipper fEditorJ. Greg also attended the workshop in Quincy. Sports CD9 Larry Miller fEditorJ and Rod Karasch enjoyed working on their Sports Section of the yearbook. ,XZ L antherama Business Staff insult' l l CAD Pantherama Business Staff. FIRST ROW: Carol Bachmann, Cheryl Hurley, Jo McDowalI, Janet Witham, Judi Schlosser, Carla Cater, Donna Metzger, Elaine Evans, Diane Kussart, Annette Frank, Debbie Long, Diane Walker, Pam Mahon. SECOND ROW: Cathy Jury, Carol Weaver, Donna iWhitaker, Lori Grotjan, Rita Rogers, Becky Lawrence, Kit Hazlehurst, Jean Harner, Guisie Harris, Tina Graves, Jodi Waggoner, Karen Morris, Paula Bullock, Julie Cleary, Jan Wintersteen. THIRD ROW: Vicki Daniels, B bbi Peck, Dan- ielle Owens, Cheryl Dahman, Jean Rauschek, Lee Fleming, Carolyn Evans, Melinda Greene, Sheryl Cummins, Sunday Anello, Cathy Johnson, Crystal Corley, Sandy Grider. FOURTH ROW: Don Schwalbe1AdvisorJ, Lisa Whicker, Carol Karcher, Susie Haines, Sharon Newbern, Marchia Gray, Phil Enloe, Gary Warnick, Doug Atwater, Dave Nolte, Larry Lawrence, Linda Powell, Gail Alexan- der, Lesly Schmidt, Judy Woodard, Cathy Sullivan. l Advertising Manager Subscription Manager ,AM . CCD , CBJ Elaine Evans is the Advertising Manager for the CCD The subscription Manager for the yearbook , yearbook. is Diane Kussart. l T 156 l Business Manager Advisor A ss.. as S ii i 3 X CBJ Mr. Don Schwalbe is the Business Advisor for S A the yearbook. CAD Carol Bachmann is the Business Manager for the yearbook. Picture Manager QCD The picture manager for the Pantherama is Sandy Grider. Secretary CD5 Secretary of the Pantherama Business Staff is Carol Karcher. 157 L Panther Press Staff CAD Panther Press Newspaper Staff. FIRST ROW: Julie Booher, Pam Hooge, Pam Hurley, Bob Blacct, Ricky Austin, Gayle Newsome, Debbie Allan, Cathie Yount, Cindy Page, Shelley Poe, Nancy Sain, Marlita Gray, Connie Grace, Marilyn James fAdvisorJ. SECOND ROW: Jane Klinz, Rosie O'Brien, Mary Bretz, Nancy Brewer, Jo Keltner, Rod Karasch, Sue Molloy, Bob Younger, Janie Dedman, Karen Grotjan, Jenny Molloy, Jo Harper, Lavette Perkins, Mark Burgener, Rusty Price. THIRD ROW: Dave Harpstrite, Mike Evans, Elaine Voelker, Debbie O'Brien, Jean Harner, Lon Grotjan, Terry Buckner, Gary Swisher, Dan Walker, Jon Forbes, Rita Rogers, Cherry Blockton, Sandy Evans, Sheila Hale. FOURTH ROW: Scott Cordes, Rick Green, Glenn Easterling, Jeff Douglas, Max Burstahler, Jeff Deemer, Michael Rever, Ken Smith, Mike Ab- bott, Tony Fluker, Gary Warnick, Lloyd Minor, Mark Hollingsworth, Dave Nolte, Clark Sanders, Sidney Williams. Sports Staff l CBD Panther Press Sports Staff. Dan Walker, Bob Blacet, Jeff Douglas, Michael Rever, r i I News Staff ww to . K A J 5 5 , , t. X W i , of, -, ' 5- use gt 5 s 3 Xi wx .Q Qi . x.,X. i 1: - ' ,N - . x t FN X '2 , t P C PA RAC J ' i '1l J S. .b xt ,itt + P 1 it .. ,,QX ., .,.3N, i Wx wi! A X X N Screw , ,- X E X x N to ws x Q X Q NY , i - F - 5 Fw ,:.: X X S xi ,:::. R P QWXN s 'P' i Ns y r 5. if Q get 3 if QQ!! 'Q ts Q t ' r is CAD Panther Press News Staff. Pam Hurley, Scott Cordes, Jeff Douglas, ,Rod Karasch, David Harpstrite, Elaine Voelker. r Feature Staff i ' W QS me s.,.A, so J xeass 1 g gggggg Y aaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaa D as aaaaaaaaaa as as D i , if! S NN CBJ Panther Press Feature Staff. Connie Grace, Tammie Whiting, Cindy Page, Janet James, Taaj Naaseree, Joe Keltner, Julie Booher, Pam Hooge, Debbie 0'Brien. ii 1 59 Wf M , , f, 6 ' wg M WW W X X Rx ' . .N - 12 X X . xl 1 'iii 5 - 5559 i Q 'f ' X ' Wifi X x x X X X X x X X SX 'N X N X. S ports lVlany students participate in sports either in games or in their physical education class- es. lVlost students feel that sports are a "good thing" and they enjoy goingto the games. Today's athlete is some- thing ofa rarety. Women want to participate in sports of their own. The students would like to see girls participate in such sports as softball and gymnastics. All sports were recognized in the poll taken at E.H.S. as a particular favorite. However, if one sport were singled out in particular as well-supported, basketball might be the leader. We were the champions of the Thanksgiving Tourney at MacArthur, bringing home first place, the cheerleading trophy, and the most valuable player. Football would rank a close second to basketball. At home and away games there has been much support given by students. All athletes in all sports at EHS need good support from fellow students. Let's have more supporters, YOU are NEEDE Dl' Q20 COI' S225 Oxon:- mbgqq 3'-ju, :roi-+,., S?-ig? .WD- 'mlafg :mmf-+ mn" O :gym 2542-Q 2653? Img?- 'bkizm oy:-9, 3' 3 ' '-gm ms: 1 3 338 IFE uv'-px oigm uf-+- 11,3331 TFP-42 "'n2,,I'3 'rOv8,O- 85233 wgsfng 5-0 E332 ,FQQQQU 3333 5-H1292 93?- 3' U QQ gg U3 fs 'f-+ tb OCD 32' no 3? . P ., '62 QOQ5 wig? ,,- U7 om o N 0? P un 'Q N P 1 O -Jr 7:-Sw 00' nb 3333 DQS 0062- o-:nm 31 o S1792 2535+ "1-3.2 3256' curb' P332 92-+ 'cn' 2 a-HD E535 E33 ' 5- 2 8. gm? -.ci I5 3 I 5 -'I 5 2 '51 3 3 GD I :+ 3 lj 3 3 IX 5 7 T' S 5 E5 0-5 7 O 4 59 L 9. -n Q N SC' o E U 6' 3 5 3 S? 1 3 53 O 3 3 Ill' f'N xx J W K .W 4. v ' t Mt. Zion-16 Normal- 21 EHS-37 EHS - 6 Dawson 35 yard pass from Coe K. Farmer 79 yard fumble recovery CSchapmire kicky Southeast- 34 Thomas9yard run EHS-O Taylor 26 yard pass from Coe First Downs 8 B. Wintersteen 20 yard blocked punt Yards Rushing 46 recovery Yards Passing 42 Taylor 29 yard pass from Coe Pass Attempts 6 - 2 - O Deardorff 10 yard run Fumbles Lost 1 EHS passes 15-19-O Penalties CYardsJ 82 First Downs 8 Yards Rushing 94 Yards Passing 149 Fumbles Lost 4 Penalties CYardsJ 116 wif J. rf' S :gt 3'8" . 91 .- : IL wr y Stephen Decatur-20 EHS-48 Lewis 51 yard pass from Coe CSchapmire kickj Sanders 28 yard pass from Coe CShapmire kickj Crutchfield 6 yard run Sparks 15 yard run CSchapmire kickj Sparks 29 yard run CSchapmire kicky Dawson 6 yard run CSchapmire kickj Larsen 71 yard run CSchapmire kickj First Downs 9 Yards Rushing 318 Yards Passing 79 Pass Attempts 9-2-1 Fumbles Lost O Penalties CYa rdsj 83 Griffin - 28 Jacksonville - 7 Centennial- 30 EHS-17 EHS-6 EHS-O Crutchfield 61 yard pass from Coe Lewis 9 Yard FUN MGCAVUWUV - 23 Schapmire 27 yard field goal First Downs 9 EHS - 20 Cnan Bell 4 yard run qi-Owarss pass from Yards Rushing 142 Crutchfield 3 yard run CSchapmire kickj Deardgrffy Yards Passing 3 Sanders 37 yard pass from Coe First Dgwns 13 Pass Attempts 8 - 2 - 1 CSchapmire kickj Yards Rushing 153 Lamphier- 26 Coe 1 yard run Yards passing 66 EHS - 13 First Downs 15 pass Attempts 5 - 2 - 0 Taylor 21 yard pass from Coe Yards Rushing 112 Fumbles Lost 0 CSchapmire kickb Yards Passing 136 panaitias cyardsy 4Q Sanders 16 yard pass from Coe Pass Attempts 14 - 8 - 1 , First Downs 7 Fumbles Lost 1 Yards Rushing 99 Penalties CYardsD 45 Yards Passing 102 Pass Attempts 18 - 7 - 2 Penalties CYardsb 25 Varsity Sta rs IH CAD Steve Wintersteen, CBD Norman Coe, CCD Bob Sparks, CDD Dave Low- erjse, QEDWBIUCG Wintega teen, CFD Ken Farmer, CGD Rick Sloan, CHD Zeke Qgggnima. cw Kelli Deardorff, CJD Dave Lar- geant, CKD Marlon -,,.... 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Qi' X, W-Wwig N , Qr,SewwM W X W, -gg fs ' W MXN C , ii :Xe S Q CN A Alllh. g X- 1-wskcg -K Q Xe 5 Q1QXY?F Q we -25,45 2 . , , NR Si-Q ' 4 .. fi X QM -W N-1 3-1 Svgwjifi Q 3 :e l i MKWN' N X W x QQ: Soph. Team FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Kelly Higgins Cmgr.J, Rick Sloan, Steve M ruce Askins, Vincent Joyner, Mike Dunn Greg Kipper Lloyd Minor +L8,l'fjLMlllQI, TomMgQgv fmgr.J, Doug Dungap, SECOND ROW: ete Smith, Tim Ruwe, Vincent Jones, Richard Green Clyde White, Jeffgites, Ren- ard Wilson, , Mel Patterson, Henr usti Lawrence raves, Louis Walker, Wallace Neal, DanT5chIosser, 'lf9.m..Slr.eeL THIRD OWLBQL Schultz, Marvin Hegger, Rick Lecvvi Brian Aell .'l:OlLY'Qlfl6!f, Jack Stevens, Rick Tugkgg, RgJ3,dLMlg1-, Tony Flukgr, Ken Smith, Bill Doyle, Mark Polley, John Sweazy, Mike Robinson, koach Innis, Missing: Scott Peters, Tom Rutherford. EHS OPPONENTS 18 14 Stephen Decatur 6 38 Champaign Centennial 6 20 Springfield Griffin 22 12 Lakeview 26 20 Jacksonville 0 32 Bloomington 24 20 Springfield Lanphier P 12 21 MacArthur I 26 29 Champaign Central Highlights Our Fans P I K I Freshman Team FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Rick Austin, Steve Chabaj, Marvin Green, Tony Carson, Rod Spglbring, Ji , Jerome Joyner, Bob Cravens, sL nn Hott, Tyris Hawkins, Royn Macklin, Bob Sargent, I ' 1 ECOND ROW: Dave Bright, Ray Brennan, Ken Mathis, Tony Lawson. Scott. ruce Smith, Steve Neal, Keven Deardorif. Charlesiangster, Charles Brownd, David Tate. Mike Lemming, Greg Bryant, Brian Carroll,,Brett D 'I'-QI1y'f'5eve C urry, Dennis ljuges, Dan Davis. THIRDTROW: e,gKeith Lu'gg3,ALMoroney, Larvyifaylog. Jackie Lee, Gary Byers, ljubegi Carter liams, Brian Atwater, Pat Campbell, Lawerence Blue, Britt Brown, J , Iave May, Terr5Q.Shuff Cmgr.J, 'C'oach Buttz. iq' P---- --I' I I EHS OPPONENTS 22 6 Lincoln 26 6 Mt. Zion 24 14 Stephen Decatur 14 22 Normal 12 42 Urbana 48 6 Charleston 21 2 Bloomington 24 26 MacArthur I 172 FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Ri s, Ken Sarver, Rod Karaich. Sfott Qpellmarh Sieve NLQ,s,s,CQach LeMaster. BACK ROW: Randy Flaugher, Row Vetter, C-1315-i5 g, Jeff Douglas, Sc6'f'lordes, Mark Walker, RoEn Lici1ellLCBJ Liddell wins! CCD The lettermen lineup - Douglas, Cordes, Liddell, Richards. ' ' A - . ,-.ii C ross -4 Country 174 r I r Varsity Cheerleaders I I F r i i l i T i, i k FRONT ROW: Becky Rigins. MIDDLE ROW: Debbie Forbes, Jo Janvrin Qaptainj, Linda Perkins. TOP ROW: Diane Walker. W 'i 7 B-Squad Cheerleaders FRONT ROW: Rosie O'Brien. MIDDLE ROW: Jan Winterstee n,pNancy Sairr: TOP ROW: Colette Fisher, Susan Miller. QBJ Inkys BELOW: Sandy Garner Tina Kriisa. ' R T ' ' ir . is Q iilliii Inkys EHS Nlatmen .X X CHAMPS tx A hE' HOUR l7lHR7"'i,.!!"i ll ABOVE: FRONT ROW: Earl Young, Marshall Taylor, Robert Young, Tom King, General P nd . BACK ROW: Coach Deremiah, r an Sha mir Wille Taylor, Vincent, Joyner, Tom Ta lor, Bill Hayes, Kenny Ambrose. LEFT: FRONT ROW: Willie Foster, David May, Jeff Alsog, Jon Forbesfjgotf Spellfv Oman, MIKE Riggen, GeneEal Pender, Randy Cook. BACK ROW: Lawerence Graves, Chuck Brown, Tony Hess, Tony Lawson, Randy Riddlen, R-Lis Schultz, eff Harder. ,,,,......... L TO R. ROW 1: Mikgiain, Gary GIosser,,E,at Camgbetl, Brian Atwater, Qu: gang, Qoach ,1aclgson,,ROW 2: Gary Byerg, Charles Sangsters, QI-eg Smith, Greg Bryant, Kewnpeardorfg-Jim Jgnes, Mgr. ROW 3: Ray Sgates, Toney Carson, . Q! rxti? Freshman Basketball S 3 ,yyy t S 1 coMPuMENTs or J.J. MORAN 8: SONS FUNERAL HOME r E S EWS 1 X FOLRATH SHOES 211 N. WATER DECATUR, ILL. 2 X FRONT ROW L TO R Dan Walker Charles Sangster Mike Lewis Mike Galligan BACK ROW LTO R Terr Shuff Cmgrl rian Bell Dan Scholosser Tom RutL1eLf'QrQ,Cuck Hyder, Rick Tucker, Dave Wrigley, Coachlfelvlaxsier. Mis5ng,iTony Fluker, ubert Car er Soph. Basketball EHS Opponent 57 80 94 70 85 68 56 73 73 42 72 40 64 56 52 66 62 44 59 51 66 80 43 46 59 53 84 74 60 64 74 56 59 48 71 60 61 49 Southeast Griffin Lanphier Jacksonville . Lakeview Lakeview MacArthur Stephen Decatur Centennial Richwoods Southeast MacArthur Proviso West Normal Griffin Jacksonville MacArthur Lanphier Centennial NEELY-PONTIAC AMERICAN MOTORS 1955 E. PERSHING RD., DECATUR, ILL. T S Sams 55 ., x HElNZELMANN'S SHOE REPAIR 121, E. WILLIAM ST. DECATUR'SATOP SHOE DOCTOR Eisenhower won the Thanksgiving Turkey Tournament. GAME OPPONENT IKE W-L 1 Clinton 42 ' 89 w 2 St. Teresa 68 ' 93 w 3 MacArthur 56 - 72 w Eisenhower won Fourth place at Carbondale. 1 Du Quoin 56 - 64 w 2 Alton 64- 71 w 3 Thornridge 86 - 68 l 4 Nlurphysbord 81- 65 l I 5 DANTE'S ITALIAN VILLAGE 743 EAST csnno Gonno 429-4466 Q Q S ' ts X. FNS 34 Basketball Scores VARSITY EHS OPPONENT 72 Southeast 56 78 Griffin 52 79 Lanphier 59 63 Jacksonville 63 84 Lakeview 62 72 Centennial 56 50 Richwoods 50 65 Southeast 60 52 MacArthur 54 58 Proviso West 52 89 Normal 89 74 Griffin 51 82 Alton 65 99 Jacksonville 75 84 MacArthur 60 76 Lanphier 63 58 Centennial 67 69 Normal 68 The last home game against Normal had not yet been played. Eisenhowers' record was 19 5 a school record for Coach Witt. MUTUAL HOME 8. SAVINGS ASSOC. 135 E. MAIN STREET "THE FEELING IS MUTUAL!" ..... K - Q . .Nw ix X Ng x 3 Q Q xgkllbdf X' RN 7 N 3 NE X X as' Q Q X X Chan Bell, Norman Coe. ! v . f .fawnx mm , ? :: E I ' ,. .X 1 , .35 ,W-kg S 5 4 X ES 9 ii ik x H 'SSX x f + ", Q., ,wwf if 5 k N, I ,.... K A , X I 25321 , wwe S A 5 K w K .. ' '- - 'V . -if fry Jggglff SIU WlH'a'Tf55g Na5GfSki. Dave Louwerse. XX 5,:i. 1 X N1 .X X Q La , , , 1. -- A V f .1 5- , S T Q '-..:W.fQi5'.xi ,VM I w s ss iv I . f Qsvuvw' if xbL'i,fLfQ' -.R x z- eil QL. 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BELOW: Mr. Novak is coaching the baseball team again. The team was not yet organized: Mike Dawson, Marlon Thomas, Duke Merrill, Tony Pugh, will be returning letterman on the baseball team. Baseball E TURNER'S CLEANER'S 2225 E. WOOD ST. 428-0851 WHERE DRY CLEANING MEANS SOMETHING l l 1359 S Jasper and The Ma ip with zi ingto us. ran Street 423-1462 Roth Johnson Drug Company 143 M. Water Three Locations Chet Ventress Used Cars 2239 E. William 428-7112 Compliments of Hecht's Junior Apparel 335 N. Water Midland Machine Corp. 519 E. William 428-6312 ean Car Wash 428-8122 1 Rides Better - Patrons s Apparel and Brettwood Village ps Decatur Pump Co Park Road 4 68 Repa nt St nous 190 's Dry in St. Brint inger's Haro d B. 81 Leonard L. 1603 E. 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S n: rnas Y Y Evans, Michael 71, 158 ,-. - ., ., 193 Gabriel, Pauline 106, 150 Gallagher, Diane 121 Gallagher, Erin 106 Gallas, Mr. Walter 50 Galligan, Michael 106 Gardner, Chris A. 72, 139, 152 Gardner, Chris T. 106 Gardner, Randy 121 176 Garren, Norman 72 Gaston, Michael 91 Geiling, Roy 121 Giblin, Julie 91 Giboney, Judy 91 Gilbert, Randy 106 Gilbert, Rodger 106 Gilbert, Sandy 72 Giles, Mrs. Doris 56 Gillen, Debra 106 Garner, Sandra 106, 140, 151, Gillespey, Mark 106, 145 Gillespie, Thomas 91 Gillespie, Timothy 72 Gillis, Marcia 121 Ginn, Keith 121 Ginn, Steven 106 Glosser, Gary 122 Glosser, James 106 Glosser, Jeffrey 72 Glosser, Phillip 72 Gober, Mr. Ernest 62 Goddard, Rita 72 Gogerty, Tim 91 1 Hardy, James 122 Golembeck, Joann 72, 144 Hardy, Roy 107 Gollahon, Donald 91 Hargrove, Michael Goodman, Linda 016, 153 Goodman, Susan 91,149 Gordon, Dorothy 122 Gosda, Gregory 91 Gossett, Rex 122 Grace, Connie91 133 138 143, 158, 159 Graczyk, Ralph 106 ndberry, Jessie 72 ne 72, 145, 156 106, 168 147, 156 Hale, Sheila 106,158 Hall, Charlene 73, 140, 141 Hall, Diana 122, 145 Hall, Vonda 73, 152 Hamilton, Mr. Carl 46, 47 Hamilton, Stanley 73 Hammer, Tina 107,140,145 Haney, Michael 1 Hanson, Mrs. Hanson, Mary 107 Hanstedt, Shirley Harner, Jeanne rper Jeffrey 1 rper, Jo Ellen rper Mary An pstrite David ura107 144 nie 92 iam 73 l122 Griffith Ci Grigsby Grindol Grohne, Grohne, issa 122,31 Grotjan, en 106, 158 Grotjan Lori 91, 149, 156, 158 Grubbs, Sheena 122 Grubbs, Shirlene 73, 152 rvin 122 1 1y43 122s f29US'aS 7 ,.,,,,, , Gruel, Jonathan 91 Grunden, Deborah 91 Guymon, Joyce 106 Gwynn, Kevin 122 Gwynn, Zebe 91 Hackert, Joseph 122 Hadley, Dale 91 Hadley, Mark 106 Haines, Susan 92, 139, 142, nel rs Shggon ns Tyrg 1 Gloria 122 Gussie 92 153 156 Hendrian, Vickie 74, 139, 152 Henry, Johnnie 107 Henson, Mark 74, 147 Hepworth, Dennis 74 Herye, James 92 Hesemann, Cynthia 107, 147, 148 Hess, Gladys 122 O Hong iryn Doris 107 Heatherton, John Hecker, Kathleen 107 Hecker, Patricia Heckman, John 74 Heckman, Marga Hedenberg, Doris Hedrick, Cheryl 92 Hegger, Lynne 74 1 Hegger, Marvin 107, 168 Heiden, Mrs. Julia 48 l Heitz, Lyle 74 Helfer, Stephen 107 Helgoe, Mrs. 45 Henderson, John 92 194 Thoma Virgil Houston Hoven, Robert 75, 152 Huck, Mark 123 Huckile, Richard 123 Hudson, Sandra 92 p Hudson, Vanessa 75, 152 Hudson, Mr. Wilford 52,152 Hug, Brian 108,142,147 Hug, Michael 75, 147 Hughes, Christopher 108 Hughes, Vera 108 Hunt, Eric 123 Hunter, Robert 92, 152 Hurley, Dorothy 75, 132, 142, 146, 156 Hur ey, Pame a 108,142, 158, Jones, Vincent 108, 168 Jones, Vonzella 123, 145 Jones, William 123 Jones, Zoethel 93 Joyner, Anthony 108, 168 Joyner, Connell 76 Joyner, Jerome 123, 172 Joyner, Lonnell 108 108, 168 76. 156 ristopher 123 174 3 3 Kriisa,Tina 109,144,176 Krohn, Cathy 76, 139, 152 Krueger, Steven 93 Krueger, Mr. Fred 52 Kupiec, Robert 124 Kussart, Diane 109, 147, 156 Kussart, Susan 124, 148 Kwasky, Sandra 76, 152 LaMasters, Karen 109 Lamb, Reginald 109 Lamb, Terri 124, 145, 148 Lambrick, Frank 124 Patricia 93 Rhonda 10 Becky 9 Gerald 1 Larry 93 138 udette 109 4, 172 93 ,p ii 09 A 4 Jones Jones Jones Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, nis James 123 Ricky 93 Roger 123 Stephen W. 76, 162, 167 Steven L. 93 Timothy K. 93 Timothy D. 93 Shir e ne 76 142 4 08,134, 158 109, 149. 154 pp, Monty 76 Knierim, Robert 76 Knowles, Terry 93 Korell, Kent 109 Koshinski, Kenneth 124 Kramer, Tamara 124 Kreher, Mary 76 Krekel, Ricky 124, 145 195 Gracie 93 Marti Lee William 1 Lenser Robert 109 Leisner, Lynette 109 Lemaster, Mr. Jim 48, 174 Leming, Mike 124, 145, 172 Letner,Paul 109,147,154, 155 Lewis, Charme 124, 153 Lewis, Clarence 77 Lewis, Jerry 109, 147 Lewis, Mike 93, 138, 143, 162, 167 Lewis, Richard 109, 140, 143,. 168 Lewis, Robert 109 Liddell, Robin 93, 147, 174 ne 78, 139, rles 110 nie 94 Debra 94 omas 125 William 125 Carol 94 94, 152 Medley, n Maddox, Roxan Meme MagiH'MarC125, Merrill, 78,139 Mahon, Lloyd 77, Mahon, Nina 94,1 Mahon, Pamela 77, Maier, Miss Karen 53 Mallory, Mary 94 5 Mangold, Wil Mann, Maple, Marchisel Marchisel Mariner, Mariner, Markaria Markwell Marsh, Marshall Marshall, Martin, Martin, Li Martin, M Martin, Martina Martinie Mathes' Kem ' f Moore, Cheryl 110 Matthews, Miss Marian 45,150 H--M H- R "' Mattingly, Christy 77 May, David 125, 172 May, Frank 110, 168 Mayer, Charles 110 Mayes, Beverly 110 Maynor, Mary 110, 147 Mazza, Rebecca 77, 138, 152 McCarthy, Raymond 125 McCoy, Thomas 110, 168, 147 McDade, James 152 McDade, Paulette 125 McDaniel, Marcia 94 McDaniel, Michael 125 McDaniel, Susan 77,139 McDonald, Mr. Robert 62 McDowall, Jo 77, 142, 156 McEldowney, Randolph 94 McGee, Cheryon 125 McGee, Edward 78 McGeorge, Lloyd 125 na 94, 156 Mickelberry, Mark 94 l 196 140 Mrs. Nancy 56, 125, 140, 148 125 1 Murray, Kevin 126 Murphy, Mr. David 61 Musser, Bill 94 Musser, Gary 78 Myers, Mrs. May 63 Myles, Victor 126 Naaseree, Taaj 78, 140, 142, 159 Nalefski, Robert 78 Nance, Judy 78, 150 Nash, John 126 Neal, Nancy 78 Neal, Steven 126, 172 Neal, Wallace 110, 168 Nelson, Danny 78 Newbern, Sharon 79, 156 Newberry, James 126, 172 Newsome, Gayle 79, 158 Nicholls, David 79 i Nichols, Timothy 126 Nichols, Clifford 79 Nicholson, Gladys 110, 140, . 142 Niehouse, Rodney 94 Nihiser, Darrell 110 Nolan, Mark 79 Nolte, David 79, 143, 156, 158 Novak, Mr. Donald 61 Nugent, Michael 126 O'Brien, Deborah 110, 143, 158, 159 O'Brien, Rosie 110, 158, 176 Ogles, Miss Virginia 50 Ogilvie, Diana 110, 151 Oldfield, Terry 94 Oldham, James 111 Oldham, Kathy 95 Oliver. Linda Q5 149 IAA Parker, Mrs. Linda 50 Parker, Lori 126 Parks, Gregory 111 Parnell, Gene 126 Parnell, John 111 Parsons, Craig 95, 139 Parsons, Daniel 126 Pasley, Malia 111 Patterson, Brenda 95 Patterson, Frank 126 Patterson, Joyce 95 Patterson, Melvin 168 Payne, Kevin 111 Peach, Officer Robert 44 Pearson, Mr. Darwin 62 Peck, Bobbi 79, 139, 156 Peck, Susan 79, 153 Pender, General 111 Pender, Odell 111 Peoples, Robert 126 Perkins, Lea 111, 145, 158 Perkins, Linda 79, 139, 142, 143, 175 Perkins, Ronnie 95 Perry, Alex 127 Perry, Mary 127 Perry, Rhonda 127 Perry, Walter 95 Peters, Kelly 95 Peters, Scott 111 Peterson, Mrs. Nancy 45, 153 Petrucha, Kris 95, 149 Petty, Judith 95 Petty, Mr. Merrill 46, 47 Pharis, Bonnie 127 Pierceall, John 127 Pirtle, John 127 Ploussard, David 79, 139, 142, 154 Poe, Shelley 95, 133, 138, 144, 158 Polly, Mark 11 68 Pope, Sheila Portee, Powell, Charles 'f X2 we Q.. gs ,t Quinian,Brendqg1i ,,, . it Si g x N ., . xi: 1 is . 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