Elston High School - Elstonian Yearbook (Michigan City, IN)

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Seniors 18 Sports 38 Juniors 82 Organizations 88 Sophomores 119 Academics 126 Freshmen 144 Advertisements 134Elston Senior High School Michigan City, Indiana 46360 Vol. 67Only At Elston . . . Around School 4City Leaves Many Memories Michigan City was a one of a kind town for each of us. For many it was spending long summer days on the beach with friends. Our deep tans soon faded away with fall and we were back in school. After school, most of us were involved in either activities, sports, or after school jobs. After basketball games, we usually went to McDonalds or Burger King for burger and to socialize. On weekends many flocked to the theaters to see a movie. Others went to parties and gathered with friends. Spring rolled around again and people can be seen enjoying outdoor activities again. The spring sports teams can be seen fighting the April showers. The town unthaws and everyone gets anxious for the summer ahead. Finally, the summer comes again. T-tops disappear, sunroofs open, windows come down. Students, enjoying their 3 month vacation, can be seen all over town. Whether it was day at the zoo, a walk in Washington Park, or just laying out at the beach, we can never forget our days in Michigan City. Top: Dunes Plaza Cinema, a popular weekend attraction. Above: Nipsco's plant producing energy on I.ake Michigan's shore. Left: The Michigan City Zoo, located in Washington Park. • • »• , I 4 4 . Town 6During the year, Michigan City and Elston High School were home for six foreign exchange student . They stayed with families in Michigan City and lived an American teen’s life for a year. Some of them stayed with families that had a son or daughter going to Elston. For most, it was their first chance to experience a winter snowfall. The shock came when they realized how cold it had to be to snow. The winter, however, was a mild one and we didn’t get as much snow as usual. There was some very cold weather though, and this was one major dislike of the student . Ricardo Llorente from Bogota, Colombia said the parties were much wilder here and he liked the American girls and music very much. Dan Molestad from Norway also liked the girls and music and thought school was easier here, but couldn’t figure out how the computers worked. Pictured below from left to right are Pei-Hu from the Phillipines, Dan Molestad-Norway, Ana Mandujano- Mexico, Anna Betriu- Spain, Ricardo Llorente- Colombia, and Manuel Diaz from Spain. Top left: Ricardo works on a layout for the » irbook. Above: Dan takes a moment out to pose for « picture.Homecoming After the clubs and sponsoring teachers discussed the idea very thoroughly, they decided not to have the traditional homecoming parade with the decorated floats. This year, the candidates walked with their escorts to their decorated reserved section in front of the Red Devil fans. Before our homecoming game, there was a main storm which made the field very muddy. The muddy field made it difficult for the finalists to make their final round so everyone could see them. LaSalle lead the fighting Red Devils at the close of halftime 6-0. After waiting through all of the excitement, the thrilling moment finally came. Sharonne Cash was crowned the 1986 Homecoming Queen. Cindy Miller, returning queen from last year, announced the lucky homecoming queen. The Elston Red Devil football team played a great game. In overtime the Devils were victorious over LaSalle 20-14. This victory brought about a celebration at the homecoming dance after the game where many Red Devil fans talked about all the excitement and celebrated Homecoming. Homecoming brought many alumni back to cheer on the fighting Red Devils. Homecoming 8Top t fl Preparations were made prior to the game for the seating area the queen candidates and their escorts would occupy. Middle Left Sharonne has the look of surprise after the announcement was made for 1986 Homecoming Queen. Top Right-Joe Welsh escorts Michelle Kim to the football field for half time activities involving many clubs and organizations. Right-Stacey Bruce with escort Bob Johnson Ricardo Llorente with Anna Belriu wait for the magic moment and the final announcement of activities to begin at the Homecoming game Homecoming 9Outrageousness? People 10 Top left: The Swatch watch was the choice of many. Above: Ian Nash wants to know what he is posing for. Left: 1986 brought many new hairstyles. Bottom left: Klston's tough guys. Below: Terry Westphal shows off his new dance. Far below: Many styles of clothes were popular as shown by the variety here.1986 Boys Golf Team, 2nd In State The 1985-86 boys golf team finished an outstanding season by finishing as the state tournament runner-up to defending champion Kokomo. Played at Old Oakland golf course near Indianapolis, the tournament is a two day event with scores counting from both days to determine the winner. After the first day, the Devils were down 10 strokes and in third place. The second day was rainy and very cold, but the guys fought hard and played well under the conditions and moved up another place to finish in second. The team, coached by Max Croft, had an unblemished 20-0 record during the regular season. A 9-0 record in the NIC conference earned them the conference crown. In pre-state tournament action, the team finished second in the sectional and won the regional with a record 298. the team consisted of Dave Cunningham. Todd Ash, Rich Butler, Brian McBride, and Jeff Kerestury. 1986 graduate David Cunningham completed an excellent high school career by winning the individual golf state championship. David shot rounds of 70-72 to finish at 142, beating Jeff Owsley of Kokoma by 5 strokes for individual title. Cunningham’s score was the lowest by anyone at the state tournament since 1970. His first round of 2-under par 70 was only 1 stroke off the lead. David played extremely well the following day under the cold, wet conditions posting and even-par 72 to run away with the title. His previous three state tournament appearances definitely helped him handle the pressure of the large galleries following his group around the course. For his accomplishments, David received a medal. and honor blanket, and a ring from the booster club. Boys Golf 12Elston Wins Prestigious N.I.C. All Sports Trophy The 1985-86 athletic teams helped Elston win its first ever Northern Indiana Conference All-Sports Trophy. Points are awarded all through the year based on standings at the end of the year. At the end of last year, Elston teams had the most points heating Penn high school who had won the trophy the previous year. The effort was aided by conference championships in Boy’s Basketball, Boy’s Golf, and co-champs with Elkhart Memorial in Boy’s Cross Country. Our teams were in 6th place after the full season. A strong winter season helped the cause with no team finishing worse than 4th out of the 10 NIC schools, putting Elston in 2nd place. A strong spring season enabled the athletes to bring to Elston it’s first ever all-conference sports trophy. Left: Mr. Bietry proudly poses with the Northern Indiana Conference all-sport trophy. Below: Tom Osborne with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Zeek after receiving the Zeek memorial award. Zeek Memorial Award Senior Tom Osborne was the winner of the doe Zeek memorial award. The award, given in memory of former lineman Joe Zeek, is presented annually to the most outstanding lineman on either Michigan City football team. The award is sponsored by the Michigan City News-Dispatch. Tom proved to be deserving of the award by his many season accomplishments. He was named to the NIC all-conference team and the all-area team. Tom was named most versatile for the News-Dispatch area and was named to the South Bend all-area team. Finally, Tom was named as the team’s Most Valuable Player for offense.Elston Theatre presents See How They Run A FARCE LN THREE ACTS By Philip King TOP-The Russian Intruder drags Lionel back to the dining room to finish "exchanging” clothes. MIDDLE-Sgt. Towers attempts to sort out the complicity of the plot. BOTTOM Clive and Penelope re-enact a scene from "Private Lives" as Miss Skillon attempts to interupt them. LEFTPenelope nearly strangles Clive while trying to fasten one of Lionel's collars. Play 14TOP-Clive cautions the Bishop not to awaken Penelope from her faint. TOP RIGHT-Clive mistakes Miss Skillon for Mrs Toop as Ida tries to get Clive’s attention. RIGHT-Clive indicates to Penelope that he really does not care what happens to Lionel's "second-best trousers.” LOWER LEFT-The Russian Intruder gets the "drop" on Clive and Rev. Humphrey. IDA (A Maid) Beth Barkow MISS SKILLON Eileen Mitchell THE REVEREND LIONEL TOOP Josh Engquist PENELOPE TOOP (His Wife) Heather Lohse CORPORAL CLIVE WINSTON Tim Winski WILLIE BRIGS Jennifer O’Neil THE INTRUDER Kurt Breischaft THE BISHOP OF LAX Arturo Poroe THE REVEREND ARTHUR HUMPHREY Jack King SERGEANT TOWERS Marvin Smith Plav 15LOCKERS! Does your locker resemble these? Pictures of rock stars, T.V. stars, soap stars, movie stars, and miscellaneous under-dressed people adorn most of Elston’s lockers reflecting their users personality and style. Be it messy or neat, overcrowded or empty, colorful or dull, lockers show the users views and lifestyle as well as housing their hooks. Many lockers, through constant love and much use, truly become a student’s home away from home.Writing In Journals Classroom Movies lectures Taking Notes Busy Work Substitutes Listening to Teachers’s Jokes Coming To School Typing Reading Textbooks Everything Essays Teachers Listening To Stories In House Study Hall Sleeping Bother People Sleeping Make Faces Doodling Writing letters Whistle Eat Drink Pop Biting Filing Painting Nails Day Dream Space Out Count Teachers Gray Hairs Twist Hair Skip Tap Fingers Feet Make Fun of Teacher Play with Gum Twist Jewelry Play with Pens or Pencils Scream Read Everything on Walls Draw on Textbooks Talk to Self Someone Else Giggle Nothing Boring 17ItJ hj L V TODD ASH PRESIDENT SHARONNE CASH VICE PRESIDENT YVONNE CASH SECRETARY SENIORS dcxJA- ?3 6 jJfvy QJlthJ Senior 18Row 1 Kathleen McGeady, Teri Smith Row 2 Mrs. McCormick, Tim Winski, Elizabeth Libke, Kelly McConnell, Todd Ash, Beth Blarney, Heidi Heminger, Hassen Hammoud, Mr. McNabb Row 3 Nancy Saxon, Paula Gazarkiewicz. Pam Johnson, Hope Penrod, Judi Waskow, Tammy Shepard. Chrissy Weber, Bill Fennel, Mark Jadvani Senior 19Senior 20 Tina Abies Veronica Acuna Louise Allen Paul Aquino Myka Ashmore Kari Bancroft Scott Banks Robert Barkley Beth Barkow Wendy Barnes Chris Barth Les Bell Kevin Benner Connie Bentley Robert Berger Darrell Berrier Anna Betriu Christopher Birkholz Beth Blarney Sean Blieden George Boguslawski Kurt Breischaft Kellie Bremer Marc Brown Stacey Bruce Darren Burns Richard Bukua Kathleen Butler Danielle Callahan Meiissa CallanLisa Carr Tina Chambers Amy Chatfield Carl Chavez Tabatha Coleman Connie Conklin Christine Cook Gary Cook Edward Cooney Kelly Coyle Franklin Craig Rhonda Crane Shawn Crane Scott Cuma Bryant Dabney Manuel Diaz Carl Demchak John Dettman Tony Dockery Sabrina Denny Mike Dolson Amy Dorshak Greg Duff Matt Dusza Paula Dutcher Angelique Eaton Kathy Edwards Mike Edwards Steve Edlen Kelly Emerick Senior 21Martina Evans Monty Faith Bill Fennell Steve Fields Laurie Flesher Kevin Fly Darren Franckowski Marty Frasure Paul Friedley Anthony Gardner Paula Gazarkiewicz Pat Gazarkiewicz Lori Gilmore Chris Glanz Thomas Glosser Valerie Gorigus Michael Gowin Tony Gralik Mitzi Grogan Scott Harmon Hope Harris Anthony Hebb Jessie Hernandez Chris Hesch Charles Henderson Heidi Heminger Penny Helmken Scott Heeg Jodi Hawkins Hassen Hammond Senior 22Deanne Harder Pei-Yi Hu Starla Ingebrigtsen Melany Isbell Donles Jackson Lisa Jackson Marlene Jackson Mark Jadvoni Christopher Janus Kim Jasnieski Robert Jeans Scott Jesse Dove Johnson Pam Johnson Yolanda Johnson Melissa Kaczocha Darren Kaletha Stacie Kazmucha Jeff Keating Elnora Kent Terry Killingbeck Michelle Kim Gary Kinney Sandy Kiner Matt Kintzele Jeff Knigga Tom Koehler Jeanna Koepke Suzanna Kozinski Debbie Kramer SeniorEric Kreag Michael Lange Marty Leffler Wallace Lenoir Willis Lenoir Tanya Levine Eric Lewis Lonnie Lewis Eilzabeth Libke Ricardo Llorente Heather Lohse Mike Lord Dawn Lorenz Andria Mack Paula Macon Troy Macon Brian Mann Bradford Marsh Todd Marsh Shellie Marshall rasst „ MillerTimothy McPeely Kathleen McGeady Shana McGregor Kevin McKinney Tammy Moffett Dawn Mokrycki Cheryl Mowinski Matthew Nagel Tim Nagel Laura New Jennifer O’Neil Nancy O'Neil Brian O'Rourke Tom Osborne hipalto Pacheco Terry Peek hope Penrod Julie Pliskey Andrea Plummer Al Pollock Robin Parker Tim Parrillo Andrew Paul Michael Pinnell Larry Pope Ted Poplowski Cathy Porsoska Carolyn Potter Janet Potter Rachel Price Senior 25Brandon Pudlo Erin Prus Trank Ratliff Steve Reicher Brian Rebac Carlos Rivera Christopher Roadarmel Michael Roberts Lee Ross Tara Robinson Mark Ruminski Sharleen Ruminski Laura Ryan beval Sanders Trank Shula Lisa Saylor Nancy Saxon Jayne Schill Pat Schooley Darrah Scott Stacey Scott William Sheehy Angie Sheets Ralph Shell Tammie Shepard Dan Sherrill Jodi Sherwood Sandra Sherwood Young Sook Sin Senior 26Carl Smith Christopher Smith Trank Smith Kim Smith Teresa Smith Chris Snyder Ara Sparkman Eric Stanage Ellis Spates Megan Stantz Ted Stantz Chris Stark Sean Steele Steve Steffey Pat Steinhiser Reginald Steppe Christy Stevens Evelyn Steward Rickey Styles Kathy Tanner Rosalind Taylor Rubean Taylor Tammy Taylor Dan Tompkins Karen Thompson Kevin Thompson Kim Thompson Cynthia Timbrook Chris Topa Alesia Torrence Senior 27Sheila Tripp Brenda Tuel Greg Walker Joe Waskow Judi Waskow Anthony Waters Jeanal Watts Dortha Weatherspoon Chrissy Weber Sue Wedow Joe Welsh Chris Weninger Terry Westphal David Wetzel Wayne White Francine Williams Wendy Willson David Wilson Scott Winfield Tim Winski Nichol Winski Pat Wisemar Stephanie Wittmer Dana Wolfek Kelly Worek Gladys Zaknoun Laurance Zaknoun Margaret Zaknoun Lisa Zila Amy Zallas Senior 28Left Chris Janus shows why he was voted most spirited. Above: Best Athlete. James Garner. Below: Scott Kaletha Best Body according to senior girls. Par below: Stalest jokers Chris Janus and Jayne Schill were runaway winners. Seniors- The Best And Worst Most Spirit- Chris Janus and Yvonne Cash Best Laugh- Mike Dolson and Heather Lohse Best Personality- Todd Ash and Elizabeth Libke Best Athlete- James Garner and Sharonne Cash Stalest Joker- Chris Janus and Jayne Schill Class Clown- Sean Blieden and Kelly Bremer Laziest- Scott Cuma and Kelly Bremer Best Cheaters- Sean Blieden and Amy Carmen Teacher’s Pet- Pat Gazarkiewicz and Pam Johnson Best Body- Scott Kaletha and Chrissy Weber Best Sense of Humor- Greg Duff and Kelly Coyle Smartest- Tim Nagel and Jenny O’Neil Seniors 29SENIOR SUMMARY ABLES, TINA Counselor 4 ACUNA. VERONICA Spanish Club 3,4, Football manager 2,3,4 ALLEN. LOUISE Art Club 3,4, Ticket Sellers 3,4, Jr. Concessions 3, Sadd 3,4, French Club 2, German Club 1,2,3,4, Teacher aide 4 AQUINO, PAUL V.I.C.A. 4, Teachers aide 3 ARMSTRONG. TIM I.C.T. 3,4 ASH, TODD Honor Society 3,4, D.A.R. Award 3,4, Scholarship Pin 2,3,4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 1,2,3,4, Student Senate 1,2,3,4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Elstonian 3.4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Golf Team 1,2,3.4 ASHMORE, MYKA Girls State 1, Counselor 2,4, R.T. 1,2,3,4, Sadd 3,4, Cheerleading 1.2.3.4, Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 BANCROFT. KARI Office Messengers 3, R.T. 1, German Club 1,2, Concert Band 1,2, Marching Bank 1,2 BARKLEY. ROBERT Teachers Aid 4 BARNES, WENDY Homecoming 4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4, Musical 2, Drama Club 1,3, Prom Workers 1, Business Store 2,4, French Club 1,2,3, Science Club 4, Girls Basketball 1,2, Devil Magic 4 BELL, LES Boys Cheerblock 4, Office Messengers 3 BENNER, KEVIN Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 23,4, Scholarama 2,4, Musical 1,2,3,4, Quiz Bowl 1,2, Chess Club 1,2,3,4, German Club 1,2, Jazz Band 1,2, PEP Band 1.2.3.4, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4 BENTLEY. CONNIE C.H.O. 4, Mat Maids 3, Business Store 3, Wrestling Manager 4 BERGER, ROBERT Ticket Sellers 2, TrackTimers 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1, Track Team 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,4 BETRUI, ANNA Homecoming 4, R.T. 4, Latin Club 4. Spanish 4 BIRKHOLZ, CHRISTOPHER German Club 1,2, Latin Club 3, Baseball 2 BLAKEMORE, JAMES Soccer Team Homewood I. 1, Wrestling 2,3 BLAKEMORE, JOEL Hockey Team 1,2, Gymnastics 1,2, Football 1, Wrestling 3, Homewood I. BLAMEY, BETH Steering Committee 3,4, Musical 2,3,4, Art Club 4, Library Ass’t. 2, Drama Club 2,3,4, Prom Workers 3, German Club 2,3,4. Elstonian 4, Track Team 1,3, Jazz Band 1,2,3,4, PEP Band 1,2,3,4, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4, Drum Major 3,4, German Officer V.P. 4, T6dchcr 3 BLIEDEN, SEAN Student Council 1,4, Boys Cheerblock 1,2,3,4, Office Messengers 3, Ski Club 1,2,3,4, Comet 3,4, Tennis 1,3,4 BOGUSLAWSKI, GEORGE Library Ass’t. 3, O.E.A. 4, Swim Team 1,2,3 BREISCHAFT, KURT Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 3, Scholarama 4, Musical 2.3.4, All School Play 2,3,4, Drama Club 2.3.4, Jr. Concessions 3, German Club 1,2, Jets 1,2, Devil Magic 3,4, Concert Band 1, Jazz Band 1, PEP Band 1, Marching Band 1 BREMER, KELLIE Principal Ass’t. 3, Ticket Sellers 3,4, R.T. 1,2,3,4, Gymnastics Manager 3,4, Ski Club 2,4, Cheerleading 1, Girls Basketball 1,2, Swim Team 1,2,3 BRUCE, STACEY Homecoming 4, Student Council 2,3, Art Club 2,3, R.T. 2,3, Mat Maids 2,3,4, Wrestling Manager 3,4, French Club 1,2 RICHARD, BUKVA Art Club 2,3,4, Cross Country 1 BURNS, DARREN Student Store 3, German Club 1, Baseball Team 3,4, Marching Band 1 BUTLER, RICHARD Basketball Team 1,2, BOYS Golf Team 1,2,3,4 BUTLER. ROBERT Basketball Team 2, Boys Golf Team 1,2,3 CALLAN, MELISSA Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 2,3,4, Steering Committee 4, Student Senate 4, Scholarama 2, R.T. 1.2.3.4, Mat Maids 2, Business Store 2, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Softball Team 1,2 CARR, LISA I.C.T. 4 CASH, SHARONNE Honor Society 3,4, Girl’s State 3, Homecoming 4, Scholarship Pin 2, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 2,3,4, Student Senate 2,3,4, Devilettes 1, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, Girl’s Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track Team 1,2,3, Volleyball Team 2,3,4, Devil Magic 2,3,4, Fresh. Chorus 1 CASH, YVONNE Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2, Class Officer 1,2,3,4, Student Senate 1,2,3,4, Devilettes 1, Prom Workers 1,3, Spanish Club 3,4, Cheerleading 2,3,4, Girl’s Basketball 1,2, Track Team 1,2,3,4, Volleyball Team 3,4, Devil Magic 4, Fresh. Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Benjamin E. Mays Excellence Award 3 CHAMBERS, TINA Library Ass’t. 2,3, R.T. 2 CHATFIELD, AMY ELIZABETH Elstonian 2,3,4 CHAVEZ. CARL Art Club 1,2, Boys Cheerblock 1,2,3,4, Bowling Club 1,2,3,4, Ski Club 3,4, Baseball Team 4 CONKLIN, CONNIE Drama Club 1,2, Prom Workers 2, Mat Maids 1,2,3,4, Business Store 4, Track Team 1, Wrestling Manager 2,3,4 COOK, CHRISSI Finney and Miller’s Ass’t. 3,4 COOK, GARY V.I.C.A. 4 CONNEY, EDWARD Cafeteria Ass’t. 2,3, Tpurhprs 4 COYLE, KELLY Steering Committee 2, SADD 3, Spanish Club 2, Girls Basketball Team 2,3,4, Softball Team 1,2,3,4 CRAIG, FRANKLIN Fresh. Chorus 1, Jazz Band 2,3,4 CRANE, RHONDA Steering Committee 1,2,3,.Office Messenger 1, Mat Maids 1, Soft-ball Team 3, Fresh. Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 CUM A, SCOTT Steering Committee 1, Boys Cheerblock 1,2,3,4, Baseball Team 1, Basketball Team 1, Football 1 DABNEY, BRYANT Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 2, Class Officer 1, Spanish Club 3,4, Basketball Team 1,2,3,4 DEMCHAK, CARL French Club 2,3, Latin Club 4 DENNEY, SABRINA Counselor Ass’t. 2, I.C.T. 4, Ski Club 3,4, Teachers Ass’t. 3,4 DETTMAN, JOHN Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship 1,2,3, Boys Cheerblock 2,3,4, Baseball Team 1,2,3,4 DIAZ, MANUEL Spanish Club 4 DOCKERY. ANTHONY Baseball Team 3, Wrestling Team 3, Mixed Chorus 3,4 DOLSON, MICHAEL Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 2,3, Boys Cheerblock 4, Counselors Ass’t. 2,3,4, Cross Country 1.2.3.4, Track Team 1,2,3,4 DORSHAK, AMY Steering Committee 1.3.4, Musical 1, Devilettes 2,3,4, Counselors Ass’t. 2,3, Library Ass’t. 3, Prom Workers 3, R.T. 1,2,3,4, SADD 3,4, French Club 2,3, Ski Club 4, Jazz Band 1, PEP Band 1, Marching Band 1, Symphonic Band 1 DUFF, GREGORY Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,3, Scholarama 2, Boys Cheerblock 2,3,4, Spanish Club 3, Baseball Team 2, Football Team 1 DUSZA, MATT V.I.C.A. 4 DUTCHER, PAULA Homecoming 4, Steering Committee 2, I.C.T. 4, Swim Team 2 EDWARDS, MIKE Steering Committee 1,2, Boys Cheerblock 4, Library Ass’t. 4, Principal Ass’t. 2,3, Office Messengers 2,3, German Club 2, Spanish Club 1,2, Baseball Team 1,2,3,4, Basketball Team 1,2, Cross Country 4 EMERICK. KELLY Library Ass’t. 4. Teacher Ass’t. 4, Spanish Club 3 FAITH, MONTY Boys Cheerblock 4, Library Ass’t. 4, Spanish Club 4 FANSON, JERRY Art Club 4 FENNELL, WILLIAM Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, All School Play 2, Drama Club 1.2.3.4, Prom Workers 3, Quiz Bowl 3, Computer Club 1,2,3,4, German Club 1,2, Ski Club 4, Comet 4, Concert Band 1,2, PEP Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Symphonic Band 3 FIELDS, STEVE V.I.C.A. 3,4 FLY, KEVIN Concert Band 1,2, PEP Band 3, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Symphonic Band 3,4 FRASURE, MARTY Football Team 3,4, Track Team 1,2,3,4, Wrestling Team 3, Concert Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3 FREEMAN. VENUS P.E. Aide 4. Mixed Chorus 1 FRIEDLEY, PAUL Ticket Sellers 3, Prom W’orkers 3, Swim Timers 3,4, Ski Club 1.2.3.4, Spanish Club 2, Tennis Team 1, PEP Band 1,2 GARDNER, ANTHONY I.C.T. 3,4 GARNER, JAMES Office Messenger 4, Football Team 1,2,3,4, Track Team 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 3 GAZARKIEWICZ, PAULA Honor Society 3.4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3,4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, R.T. 1,2,3,4, SADD 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Marching Band 1, Symphonic Band 1 GAZARKIEWICZ, PATRICK Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 3,4, Steering Committee 1, Jr. Concessions 3, Office Messengers 2, SADD 1,2,3,4, German Club 1,2, Science Club 1,2, Concert Band 1, Pep Band 1, Marching Band 1 GLANZ, CHRISTOPHER Musical 1.2, All School Play 1,2, Art Club 2,3, Drama Club 1,2,3, Comet 4, Football Team 1, Concert Band 1,2, Jazz Band 2, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Pep Band 1,2, Marching Band 1,2 GRALIK, TONY Office Messengers 4 GILMORE, LORI Student Council 1, Student Senate 2, R.T. 1,2,3,4, Business Store 2, Teacher Ass’t. 4, French Club 1,2, Ski Club 4, Swim Team 1,2,3,4, Track Team 2,3,4 GORIGUS, VALERIE Worked in Athletic Office 1,2,3 GOWIN. MICHAEL Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 4, Boys Cheerblock 4, Jr. Concessions 3, SADD 3,4, Track Manager 4, X-C Manager 4, French Club 1,2, JETS 4, Science Club 2,3, Cross Country Team 3, Swim Team 1, Track Team 3 GROGAN, MITZI Spanish Club 2, March ing Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 1,2 GUTREUTER, GREG Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 2,3,4, Student Store 4, Basketball Team 2, Football Team 2,3,4, Wrestling Team 3,4 HADDAD, JIM O.E.A. 4, SADD 2, Chess Club 4, Computer Club 2, Science Club 3,4 HARRIS, HOPE C.H.O. 4. Fresh. Chorus 1. Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 HARDER, DeANN Steering Committee 3, R.T. 3,4, SADD 4, Ski Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Cheerleading 4, Volleyball 3 HAWKINS. JODY Business Store 2 Senior 30CLASS OF 1987 HEBB, ANTHONY Chess Club 2, ICT 4, SADI) 2, Ski Club 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 3, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1 HEGG. SCOTT Drama Club 1, VICA 3,4, German Club 1,2 HELMKEN, BENNY Office Asst. 3 HENDERSON, CHARLES Office Asst. 3, Basketball 2, Football 2,3,4 HESH. CHRISTINE Spanish Club 1.2,3,4, R.T. 1,2 HOLL1HAN, THERESA ICT 4, OEA 3 HU, PEI Y1 Computer Club 4, Bowling Club 4. Math Club 4 HUDSON, DEIDRA Library Asst. 3,4, Freshmen Chorus 2 ISBELL. MELANY Musical 1,2,3,4, Freshmen Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Voc. Contest 3, Talent Show 3, Teacher Asst. 3 JACKSON. DONLES Talent Show 3, Teacher Asst. 4, Bowling Club 1,2, Football 3, Wrestling 1, Freshman Chorus 4. Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 JACKSON, LISA From Worker 1, Office Messengers 1, Mat Maids 1,2 JADVANI. MARK Boys Cheerblock 4, Ger man Club 1,2,3,4, Comet 4, Boys Golf 2, D.A.R. Award 1, Scholarship Pin 2,3, Steering Committee 4 JANUS, CHRISTOPHER Steering Committee 1,2, Boys Cheerblock 3,4, Spanish Club 2, O.E.A. 4, SADD 2, Baseball Team 2,3,4 JEANS, ROBERT Mixed Chorus 3 JESSE, SCOTT I.C.T. 4. SADD 2. Baseball Team 2,3,4, Tennis 3 JOHNSON, PAMELA Honor Society 3,4, Girls State 3, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1.2.3.4, Scholarama 2, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, R.T. 1,2,3,4, SADD 2,3,4, Swim Timers 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Swim Team 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1, C1SV 1, IMPACT 4. I.C.T. 2,3 JOHNSON, YOLANDA Devilettes 2. Basketball 1, Track 3, Volleyball 1, Freshman Chorus 1. Mixed Chorus 1 KALETHA, SCOTT Boys Cheerblock 1.2.3.4, Office Messengers 2,3,4, Swim Timers 3, Basketball Team 1,2,3,4, Football 3,4 KAVALL, MICHELLE Drama Club 1,2, O.E.A. 4, R.T. 1, Business Store 2,3, Track 1,2 KAZMUCHA, STACIE Honor Society 3,4, Homecoming 4, Student Council 1,2, Counselor Ass’t. 1,2, R.T. 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 4, Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 KEATING, JEFFREY Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3, Steering Committee 1.2.3.4, Student Council 4, Student Senate 2.3, Scholarama 2, Musical 1,2, Boys Cheerblock 1,2,3,4, Drama Club 1,2, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom W'orkers 3, SADD 2,3,4, Quiz Bowl 1.2,3,4, French Club 1,2,3, JETS 4, Science Club 2,3,4 KENT, ELNORA Counselor Ass’t. 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 1,3,4 KILLINGBECK, TERRY I.C.T. 4 KIM. MICHELLE Homecoming 4, Steering Committee 3,4, Student Council 1,2,3,4, Art Club 2, Principal Ass’t. 4, R.T. 1,2,3, SADD 2. Mat Maid 1,2, Fashion Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Cheerleading 1,2 KINER, SANDRA Teacher Ass’t. 3,4. Basketball Manager 3, Track 3, Mixed Chorus 1.2,3,4 KINNEY, GARY Counselor Ass’t. 4, French Club 1,2, German Club 3,4, Comet 3,4, Concert Band 1,2, Jazz Band 3, Marching Band 1.2.3, Symphonic Band 3 KINTZELE. MATTHEW Honor Society 3,4, Boys Cheerblock 4, Jr. Concessions 3, Jets 4, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1 KOEHLER, TOM French Cluh 1, Ski Club 1,2, Spanish Club 2 KOZINSKI, SUZANNE Steering Committee 1,2, Prom W'orkers 1, Office Ass’t. 1, Mat Maid 1,2, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 KRAMER, DERBY Counselor Ass’t 4. Office Ass’t. 4, Voc. Industrial Honor Society 3,4 KREAG, ERIC Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 2,4, Quiz Bowl 3, Football Manager 4, Wrestling Manager 4, Teacher Ass’t. 3,4, Chess Club 2, Computer Club 3, French Club 1,2, Jets 4, Science Club 3,4 LANGE, MIKE Art Club 1,2,3 LEFFLER, MARTY Football 1,2 LENOIR, WALLACE Teacher Ass’t. 4, Basketball 1,2,4 LENOIR. WILLIS Teacher Ass’t. 3,4 LEVINE, TANYA ICT 3,4, Voc. Ass’t. 3 LEWIS. ERIC All School Play 3, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Worker 2, OEA 4, Teacher Ass’t 2 3 LEWIS. LONNIE Office Ass’t. 3, Mixed Chorus 3,4 LIBKE, ELIZABETH Honor Society 3,4, Homecoming 3,4, Steering Committee 1.2.3.4, Student Council 2,3,4, Library Ass’t. 2, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, R.T. 1.2.3.4, SADD 2,3,4. French Club 1,2, Ski Club 4, Comet 4, Cheerleading 4 LLORENTE, RICARDO Art Club 4, Drama Club 4, Ski Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Estonian 4 LOHSE, HEATHER Honor Society 3,4, Homecoming 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Student 1,2,3,4, Musical 1,2,4, All School Play 3,4, Drama Club 1,2,3,4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, R.T. 1,2,3,4, SADD 2,3, Swim Timer 3.4, German Club 1,2,3,4, Devil Magic 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2 LORD, MICHAEL ICT 4, VICA 4 LORENZ, DAW’N Homecoming 4, Counselor Ass’t. 2,3, Principal Ass't. 4, R.T. 2,3,4, Spanish Club 2, Elstonian 3,4 MACK, AUNDRIA Musical 1.2,3,4. Exploratory Tech. 4. Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 MACON, PAULA Devilettes 4, Track Timer 4, Basketball 2,3, Track 3,4, Freshman Chorus 1 MACON, TROY Student Council 2, Counselor Ass’t. 1,2,3,4, Baseball 2,3, Football 1.2.3.4, Track 2 MANN, BRIAN Football 1,2,3,4. ICT 3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4 MARSH. BRADFORD Musical 1,2,3, All School Play 1,2,3, Cheerblock 2 MARSH, TODD Swim Timer 1,2,3,4, Athletic Trainer 1,2, Ski Club 2, Football 2 MARSHALL, SHELLIE Principal Ass’t. 2.3.4, OEA 4, R.T. 1, Student Store 1 MARTIN, RONALD OEA 3 MARTINSON. SARA Counselor Asst. 4, R.T. 1,2,3, German Club 1, Concert Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2, Marching Band 1,2,3 MARY, LYNDA CHO 3,4, French Club 1 MATTHEWS, DELORES CHO 4. Track Timers 3, Track 3 MCBRIDE. BRIAN Basketball Manager 2, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Comet 4, Golf 2,3,4 MCCOLLOUGH, MAUYA Steering Committee 1,2,3, Devilettes 2,3,4, Prom W’orker 3, Bowling 2, Spanish Club 1,2, Basketball 1.2.3.4, Track 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 2, Marching Band 2,3,4 MCCOLLOUGH. TERRANCE Student Council 1,2,3, Library Ass’t. 3,4, Devil Magic 3,4 MCCONNELL, KELLY Honor Society 3.4, Homecoming 4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1,3,4, Counselor Ass't. 3, Exploratory Tech. 4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom W’orker 3, SADD 3,4, Spanish 2, Gymnastics 3,4, Track 1,2, Scholastic Award 2 MCCRAY. DAVID Cafeteria Ass’t. 2, Football 1,3,4 MCFEELY, TIMOTHY Scholarama 2, Jets 3.4, Spanish Club 3,4, Concert Band 1,2, Jazz Band 3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Symphonic Band 3,4 MCGEADY, KATHLEEN Honor Society 3.4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom W’orker 3, SADD 2,3,4, French Club 1,2,3,4, Swim Team 3,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1 MCGEE. ANTHONY Cafeteria Ass’t. 2, Teacher Ass’t. 4. W’restling 2,3 MIGREGOR, SHANA Principal Ass’t. 4, Teacher Asst. 3, French Club 2, German Club 4, Freshman Chorus 1 MCKINNEY. KEVIN Track Timer 1, ICT 1, Basketball 1 MILCAREK, GREG Ski Club 1.2,3.4, OEA 4, Computer Club 4 MILLER. DREW Ski Club 1,2,3.4, Swim Team 1,2 MOKRYCKI, DAWN Student Senate 1, CHO 4, German Club 1, Latin Club 4. Pep Band 2, Marching Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 1,2,3 MOORE, CHARLENE Art Club 2,3, Cafeteria Asst. 1, Art Asst. 1, Ski Club 1 MORGAN. BILLY Cross Country 4, Football 1, Track 3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 MOW INSKI, CHERYL Spanish Club 1.2, CHO 4, Concert Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 3 NAGEL. TIMOTHY Honor Society 3,4. Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 1.2.3.4, Student Council 3, Scholarama 2, Prom Worker 3, Quiz Bowl 2,3,4, German Club 1,2,3,4. JETS 3,4, Science Club 3,4 LAURA, NEW Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Devilettes 1,2,3, CHO 4, Principal Asst. 1.2.3.4, Ticket Seller 2,3,4, Office Asst. 1.2.3.4, RT 1,2,3, SADD 3, Mat Maid 1,2,3.4, French Club 1, Softball 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3 OLTZ, JOHN Football 1. Wrestling 2 O’NEIL. JENNIFER Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4. Musical 2,3,4, All School Play 2,3,4, Drama Club 2,3,4, Track 1, Isaac Award 4. German Club 1,2,3,4, JETS 3,4, Math Club 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4 O’NEILL, NANCY Fresh. Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 OSBORNE. TOM Boys Cheerblock 2,3,4, Library Asst. 1. Principal Asst. 4, Ski Club 1.2.3.4, ' Spanish Club 2,3, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4 OV1ATT, EDWARD Swim Team 1, Wrestling 2 PARRILLO, TIMOTHY Spanish Club 3,4, Swim Team 3 PACHECO, HIPOLITO Football 2,4 PAULL, ANDREW' Drama Club 1,2, Prin cipal Asst. 4, ICT 4, Ski Club 4 PEEK. TERRY Boys Cheerblock 4. Bowling Club 1, Ski Blub 1,2,3,4. Baseball 3,4. Basketball 1, Football 1,2,3,4 PENROD. HOPE Steering Committee 4. Musical 4, All School Play 4, Drama Club 3.4, Jr. Concessions 3, O.E.A. 4, Track Team Senior 31SENIOR SUMMARY 4. Devil Magic 3,4, Mixed Chorus 2 PERRY, LISA Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2 PINNELL, MICHAEL Scholarship Pin 1.2.3, Steering Committee 2,3, Drama Club 2,1.C.T. 4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, Track Timers 2 PLUMMER, ANDREA Honor Society 3,4, Steering Committee 2,3,4, Student Senate 2.3, Drama Club 1,2,3, Exploratory Tech. 4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, R.T. 1.2.3.4, S.A.D.D. 2,3, Business Store 2, French Club 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1, Marching Band 1 POLLOCK. AL Boys Cheerblock 4, Office Messenger 3, Football Team 1,2,3,4, Track Team 1,2,3,4 POPE, LARRY I.C.T. 4 PORSOSKA. CATHERINE Teachers Asst. 1, Tennis Team 2 POTTER, CAROLYN O.E.A. 4, Student Store 4 POTTER, JANET Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3, Steering Committee 1, Exploratory Tech. 3,4, S.A.D.D. 3,4, Science Club 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Cross Country Team 1,2,3 PRICE, RACHEL Library Assistant 1, Office Messenger 3, French Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3 PUDLO, BRANDON Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4 RATLIFF, FRANK C.H.O. Principal Ass’t. 4, I.C.T. 4, Ski Club 3,4, Football Team 1,2,3 REBAC, BRIAN Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 3,4, Boys Cheerblock 4, Library Ass’t. 1, Teacher Ass’t. 2,4, Ski Club 1.2.3.4, Spanish Club 3, Baseball Team 1.2.3.4, Football Team 1,2,3,4 REICHER, STEVE I.C.T. 4. Bowling Club 3 RICHARDSON, DIANE I.C.T. 3,4, Mat Maids 1,2, Cosmotology 3,4, Ski Club 3,4 RIVERA, CARLOS Principal Assistant 4, Baseball Team 2,3,4 ROADARMEL, CHRISTOPHER O.E.A. 4 ROBERTS. MICHAEL Scholarama 2.4. Art Club 4, Jr. Concessions 3, German Club 1,2, Latin Club 3,4 ROBINSON, TARA Teacher Ass’t. 4, CHO 4 ROSS, LEE Football 1,2,3 RUMINSKI, MARK VICA 4 RUMINSKI. SHARLEEN Student Store 4 RYAN, LAURA Counselor Ass’t. 2,3, R.T. 2.3.4, SADD 2,3,4, Ski Club 2,3, Cheerleading 4, Devil Magic 3,4 SANDERS. DEVAL Office Ass’t. 4, Track Timer 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football 1,4, Track 1,2,3 SAXON, NANCY Steering Committee 1.2.3.4, Student Senate 3, Musical 1,2,4, All School Play 1, Drama Club 1,2,3, Exploratory Tech. 4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Worker 3, Office Ass’t. 2, RT 1,2,3, Student Store 3, SADD 2,3, French Club 3,4, Devil Magic 3.4, Mixed Chorus 1,2, Swim Team 1 SCHILL, JAYNE Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 2, Scholarama 2, Office Ass’t. 3,4, German Club 1,2,3,4, Comet 4, Pep Band 1, Marching Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 1,2, CISV 1 SCHOOLEY, PATRICK Honor Society 3,4, Steering Committee 1, Counselor Ass’t. 2, Prom Worker 1. Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1.2.3.4, Football 1,2,3,4 SCOTT, DARRAH Steering Committee 1,2, Counselor Ass’t. 4, Ticket Seller 3,4, Student Store 2, Swim Timer 1,2,3,4, Mat Maid 1.2.3, Business Store 2, Wrestling Manager 1.2.3, Ski Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Swim Team 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2 SCOTT, STACEY Homecoming 4, Student Council 1,2,3,4, RT 1,2,3,4, Cheerleading 1.2.3.4, Basketball 1, Gymnastics 2 SHEEHY, WILLIAM Cross Country 4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4 SHEETS, ANGELA Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4, RT 1,2 SHELL, RALPH Basketball 1,2,3,4 SHERROILL, DANIEL Football 3 SHERWOOD, JODI Steering Committee 1,2, OEA 4, RT 1,2,3, SADD 2,3 SHERWOOD, SANDRA Devilettes 2,3,4, Counselor Asst. 2,3 SHEPARD, TAMARA Steering Committee 3.4, Art Club 4, Prom Worker 3, SADD 3,4, Ski Club 3,4, Golf 3,4 SIMMONS, ELANA Track 1,2,3,4, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3 SMITH. CARL Basketball 1. Football 1,2,4, Track 3,4, Mixed Chorus 2,3 SMITH, CHRIS Student Store 3, OEA 4 SMITH, FRANK Boys Cheerblock 1,2,3,4, Office Asst. 3, Bowling 1,2, Ski Club 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2 SMITH, KIM Spanish Club 3, Volleyball 12 3 SMITH, THERESA Homecoming 4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4, Devilettes 1,3,4, SADD 4, French Club 1, Marching Band 1,3,4 SNYDER, CHRISTOPHER Scholarship Pin 4, Swim Timer 4, German Club 1,2, Ski Club 1,2,3,4, Swim Team 1,3,4, Tennis 1 SPARKMAN, ARA Teacher Asst. 4, Track 3.4, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 STANTZ. MEGAN RT 1 STANTZ, TED Baseball 1, Football 1, ICT 4 STARK, CHRIS Basketball 1, Football 1, ICT 4, Vocational Honor Society 3,4 STEFFEY, STEVEN Baseball 1,2,4, Basketball 1, Football 1 STEELE, SEAN Counselor Asst. 2, Basketball 1 STEPPE, REGGIE Basketball 1,2 STEINHISER, PATRICK Boys State 3, Student Store 2, Spanish Club 4, W’restling 1.2.3.4, Concert Band 1,2, Electronics Club 4, Marching Band 1,2 STYLES, RICKY Mixed Chorus 2 TAYLOR, ROSALIND Devilettes 3,4, Office Asst. 4, Spanish Club 2,3, Marching Band 3,4 TAYLOR, TAMMY Steering Committee 3.4, Musical 1. Drama Club 1,2,3,4, Principal Asst. 3, Prom WTorker3, RT 1, Mat Maid 1,2, German Club 3,4, Science Club 3, Teacher Asst 4 THOMPSON, KAREN Homecoming 4, Steering Committee 1,2, Art Club 1,2,3,4, RT 1, Mat Maid 3, French Club 1,2 THOMPSON, KEVIN ICT 4. VICA 3,4 TIMBROOK, CYNTHIA Art Club 1,2,3,4, Student Store 4, Spanish Club 2,3,4 TOPA, CHRIS ICT 2, Ski Club 2, Football Team 1 TORRANCE. ALISIA Office Asst. 4, French Club 1,2, Girls Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4 TUEL, BRENDA Steering Committee 1,2, Musical 1,2, All School Play 1,2, RT 1,2, Mat Maid 1,2,3, Concert Band 1, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 WARD, SHELLEY RT 1, Spanish Club 2,3,4 WASKOW, JOE Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, W’restling 1, Freshman Chorus 1 WASKOW, JUDI Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 1.2.3.4, Scholarama 2,4, Canteen 4, CHO 4, Jr. Concessions 3, Prom Workers 3, RT 1,2, SADD 3,4, Quiz Bowl 1, Chess Club 1, JETS 3, Science Club 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 2, EL-STONIAN 3,4, Cross Country 3, Track 2,3 WATERS, ANTHONY Counselor Asst. 2, Principal Asst. 2, French Club 1,2, Ski Club 1.2, Football 3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2, Marching Band 1,2,3, Symphonic Band 3,4 WATTS, JEAN A L Steering Committee 3, Jr. Concessions 3, Basketball Manager 1, Spanish Club 2, Track 3,4, Concert Band 1.2, Pep Band 2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Symphonic Band 3,4 WEATHERSPOON, DORTHA Track 1,3 WEBER, CHRISTINE Honor Society 3,4, Homecoming 4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3, Steering Committee 1,4, Student Senate 1, President Student Senate 4, Ticket Seller 4, Jr. Concessions 3, RT 1,2,3, Student Store 2, Swim Timer 4, Spanish Club 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 1,2,3 WELSCH, JOSEPH Boys State 3,4, Swim Timer 4, Golf 1,2, Swim Team 1,2,3,4 WETZEL, DAVID Art Club 2,3,4, Prom Worker 3, Computer Club 4, German Club 2.3, Football 3,4 W'ENIGER, CHRIS Swim Team 1,4, Tennis 3 WHITE, WAYNE Football 1,2,3 WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA Student Store 4 WILLIAMS, FRANCINE Art Club 2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2, Pep Band 3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Symphonic Band 3 WILLISON, WENDY Scholarship Pin 1.2.3.4, Science Club 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4 W INFIELD, SCOTT Ski Club 4 W’INSKI. NICHOL Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 4, Student Council 1,2,3, Council President 4, Principal Asst. 1, Office Asst. 1, RT 1,2,3,4, SADD 1, Ski Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Swim Team 1, Tennis 1,2,3,4 W’INSKI, TIMOTHY Steering Committee 1.2.3.4, Student Council 1,2, Musical 1,2,3,4, All School Play 1,2,3,4, Boys Cheerblock 2.3.4, Drama Club 1,2,3,4, Prom Worker 1, SADD 2,3,4. Spanish Club 2,3, COMET 3,4, Devil Magic 2,3 WITTMER, STEPHANIE Art Asst. 4, Swim Team 2,4, Track 2 WOLFE, DANA French Club 1, ICT 4 W’OREK, KELLY Steering Committee 1, Musical 1, Devilettes 2,3,4, Drama Club 1,2, RT 1,2, Freshman Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2.3.4, Devilette Captain 4 ZAKNOUN, GLADYS Homecoming 3, Steering Committee 2,3, Library Asst. 4, Jr. Concession 3, Prom W’orker 3, SADD 2,3,4, Business Store 3, French Club 2,3,4 ZAKNOUN. LAURANCE Computer Club 2, ICT 4, SADD 3, Math Club 2, Science Club 2 ZILA, LISA Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Pin 1,2,3, Ticket Seller 4, SADD 3,4, Science Club 3,4, Spanish Club 1,2,3,4 Senior 32Burton Ruby Award (Valedictorians) Burton Ruby Award doe Zeek Memorial Youth Service Bureau American Legion Americal Cyanamid Marion Williams Award Kay Behrndt Art Award Dehne Science Award Elstonian Quiz Bowl Purdue Management Knglish Award A.K. Smith Award Home Be. Award Business Award Spanish Award Drama Award Social Studies Award Student Senate Math Award Meer Scholarship Jennifer O’Neil, Tim Nagel. Brandon Pudlo Pamela Johnson, Kevin Benner, Greg Gutreuter, Scott Kaletha, Tom Osborne, Alan Pollock Tammy Moffett Kelly McConnell Eric Kreag Timothy Nagel Paula Gazarkiewicz Michael Roberts Timothy Nagel Todd Ash Hassen Hammoud, Jeff Keating. Judi Waskow Heather Lohse Jennifer O’Neil Tammy Moffett Debra Kramer Chrissy Weber Melissa Callan Tim Winski, Beth Barkow Judi Waskow Chrissy Weber Tim Nagel, Jennifer O’Neil John Dettman, Pam Johnson Mr. Michaels presents Pam Johnson with an award. Miss Ross presents Laura Flescher an outstanding senior art award. Mr. Zeek presents one of the Joe Zeek Memorial Scholarship awards. Senior Banquet asA NIGHT IN THE BIG AP PLE. Over 250 couples attended the prom. The gym was turned into the glittering city of New York with skyscrapers, top hats, big apple, souvenir glasses and much more. Carriage rides were enjoyed by two couples at a time to top off the atmosphere of the Big Apple. Music was provided by Blue Ox and refreshments were served by members of the freshman class. Pictures were taken in G-Ill to preserve the evening. Continuation of the Big Apple theme was carried over to the post prom in the new gym. Hoad signs, stop lights, direction signs, names of sport teams and music by Exuberance made your entrance into the midnight marvel seem very real. Refreshments were served by the parents which had spent many hours of preparation getting ready. Prizes were handed out to couples having winning tickets. Carrie and Bob pose for a picture. Right-Tim, Heather, Elizabeth and Vlad wait in line for the carriage ride.THE CLASS Of 1988 of MICHIGAN CITY ELSTON HIGH SCHOOL Welcomes you to The Junior Senior Prom . 4. MpAt t u - 8 y . Saturday evening May sixteenth Nineteen hundred and eighty seven Elston High School Red Devil Gymnasium Rico Riley and Sue Kroehler take a break between dances. JT Tight Tin dJhe (Big Tipple I -eft - The carriage ride was a popular attraction. I'resa Falls and Mike l emon sign up to have pictures taken. Prom 35Class Sponsors: SANDRA McCORMICK DANIEL McNABB 1987 Class Officers: TODD ASH President SHARONNE CASH . Vice President YVONNE CASH Secretary Valedictorians: TIMOTHY R. NAGEL JENNIFER L. O’NEIL BRANDON L. PUDLO Salutatorians: KEVIN L. BENNER PAMELA S. JOHNSON Graduation Seniors look over the final issue of the Comet for 87. A final check of caps and gowns in the theatre. Willis and Wallace Lenoir wait in line for their diploma.Top students from the Class of 87 prepare to graduate. Todd Ash and Ricardo Llorente pose for a final picture with Mr. Bietry. Part of the formal graduation picture. 115th Annual Commencement V 42 ■ M 1987 I ELSTON LADY DEVILS sectional champs: o 9 1987 ELSTON LADY DEVILS SECTIONAL CHAMPS! Above: The Lady Devils celebrate after winning the sectional cham pionship. The team’s slogan. “Make it happen”, was very appropriate as the team finished among the state’s elite eight. Sports 38Athletics at Elston were simply one of a kind. During the year, we continued our tradition of athletic excellence. The year was highlighted by the remarkable season of the girl’s basketball team. They won the sectional and regional tournaments. In addition, they won the opener of the semistate tournament before bowing out as a member of the state’s elite eight. Joe Welsh finished an outstanding swimming career by setting a new school record in the 100 yd breast stroke at 1:00.5. Joe also set a new pool record in the same event. In addition, he earned all NIC conference honors and was the 100 yd breast stroke sectional champion. Joe completed the season by placing 5th in the event at the state tournament. Our teams represented us and our school very well. Many of us played on the teams ourselves while others provided support by attending and cheering at the games. Either way, we all played a part in making the 1986-87 athletic seasons on of a kind. Below: Record breaking swimmer Joe Welsh on his way to a 5th place state finish in the 100 yd breast stroke.John Dettman attempts to steal second base. Baseball 40 The 86-87 baseball team had a good rebuilding season. The team record was 8-19. Freshman Tom Domkowski pitched varsity and a sophomore pitched his second year of varsity. Sophomore Mike Hacket played on the varsity as a catcher and right fielder. The highlight of the season was beating Rogers and Marquette. The team also beat third ranked Washington and sixth ranked New Prairie. Overall the team showed great determination and hopes to have a good season next vMr Tom Hahn slides home as the opposing catcher waits for the ball.41 Rogers and Elston players shake hands after the game.Softball Ms. Egan gives the girls a pep talk. »Jenny Janus hits the ball. The 1986-87 softball team had its ups and downs. Despite a 4-12 record they had many close games. They lost 2 games by one. and two games by two points. Coached by Nancy Egan and assisted by Dave Biela the girls have done a lot of improving. They worked on their defense, offense, and mental attitudes. This year they tried something new and its helped their batting. They bought a pitching machine. Losing only one senior to graduation, Kelly Coyle, the young team should do well next year. Cail Edwards shows us her awesom ready position. Softball 42Spending most of the year ranked in the top 10, the 1986-87 varsity continued its winning ways by finishing with an undefeated 19-0 dual match record. Included in the streak was a 9-0 record in the NIC, good for the conference championship. The guys finished 2nd at sectionals and went on to further state competition Varsity members were seniors Todd Ash, Rich Butler, and Brian McBride, junior Jeff Kerestury, and sophomore Sean Schoch. The Team won the Uebele Invitational and the Lake Central Invitational. Rich Butler was medalist at both invitationals as well as the Homestead Invitational earlier in the season. For his efforts, Butler was named the M.V.P. Rich was a rare 4-year letter winner. Ash, McBride, and Kereetury each earned their 3rd letters while Schoch earned his first. Over the last three years, the team has a dual match record of 54-3. They also have won 45 consecutive matches, a streak which next year's squad hopes to add to. Said senior Brian McBride. "Although we'd occasionally have someone going for mega the other four guys would always come in with low scores." The J.V. went undefeated too with a 6-0 record. The seven guys who played did well and were never really challenged. With 3 seniors graduating, they will have some hot competition for the 3 open spots. Abeve: Brian McBride follows through on an iron shot. Right: Todd Ash watches his drive sail toward the fairway. Boy’s Golf 45Coach Myra R e m -m e 1 s girls tennis team finished an extraordinary season. With young talent, experience, and determination of the players, rebuilding a winning team wasn’t difficult. Under the guidance of Mrs. Remmel, the team compiled an overall 12-5 record for Varsity and 12-2 for JV. Nicky Winski was named as the teams MVP and Jill Weber received the Most Improved Award. This years lettermen include: Eva Olsaker, Amber Nagel. Dorene Human, Nicky Winski, Melanie McEwan, Chris Nicholson. Jill Weber, and Stephanie Wittmer. Row 1: Beth Morris (manager), Jenny Geiser, Julie Steele, Jenny Wittmer, Eva Olsaker, Jenny Thom, Amber Nagel, I igh Hennessey, Cindy McBride, Yasmin Hakim, (manager), Row 2: Ned Mrough (man ager), Lorin Ross (JV Coach), Dorene Human, Nicky Winski, Melanie McEwan, Chris Granacki, Michelle Nicholson. Stephanie Wittmer, Jill Weber, Mrs. Remmel (Coach), Danielle Peek (manager). I his years shirt for the girls tennis team was worn by many team members. Jill Weber hits the ball over the net again. Girls Tennis 46Girls Tennis 47Results City Wrestling Opp. 53 New Prairie 14 15 Memorial 46 33 Clay 29 70 Adams 0 42 Riley 23 28 Rogers 26 8 Mishawaka 33 48 LaSalle 30 33 Central 20 42 Washington 30 17 Penn 51 55 Gary Andrean 9 Boy’s Swimming City Opp. 94 S.B. Adams 78 no S.B. 62 Washington no Mishawaka 61 115 New Prairie 51 36 Penn 40 116 Rogers 53 108 S.B. LaSalle 63 125 Bridgman (Mi) 43 73 La Porte 99 129 S.B. Clay 39 99 Elk. Memorial 92 64 S. B. Riley 108 100.5 Gary Wirt 73.5 78 Elk. Central 93 5th LaPorte Sectional 139 14th State Meet 41 points Gymnastics City Opp. 77.55 Portage 83.75 82.15 Valpo 102.1 86.9 Chesterton 101.1 87.1 Rogers 85.65 86.5 LaPorte 91.3 91.1 Highland 91.9 83.95 Rogers 89.9 84.2 Hobart 86.25 82.7 Lowell 82.7 J.V. Volleyball Chesterton W LaPorte L S. Central W Portage W Rogers W Riley W Gary Wirt W Penn L S.B. Adams W E. Chicago W Elk. Central L Washington L LaSalle W Marquette W Elk. Memorial W Mishawaka L S.B. Clay W City Girl’s Softball Opp. 3 Memorial 4 23 New Prairie 25 6 Central 7 2 Mishawaka 16 7 Portage 8 2 Rogers 13 12 Clay 10 2 Adams 13 3 Penn 8 2 LaSalle 8 13 Northwood 1 8 Valpo 7 7 Marquette 3 2 Riley 10 8 Washington 5 13 LaPorte 15 5 LaPorte 13 J.V. Girls Basketball City 63 Marquette Opp. 25 53 S.B. Adams 34 46 Roosevelt 40 56 Lew Wallace 30 39 Elk. Central 33 52 Rogers 30 34 Penn 19 44 New Prairie 20 40 S.B. LaSalle 36 41 LaPorte 21 52 S.B. Clay 30 61 S.B. Riley 29 50 Mishawaka 35 J.V. Boy’s Basketball City Opp. 55 Marquette 38 40 Portage 41 40 S.B. Clay 43 49 New Prairie 46 47 Mishawaka 36 44 Valparaiso 50 55 LaPorte 49 42 Penn 50 27 Central 35 56 LaPorte 59 41 Washington 39 25 S.B. Adams 42 47 Chesterton 37 41 Memorial 45 37 Rogers 33 39 S.B. Riley 41 36 St. Joe 44 57 Gary Wirt 62 33 LaSalle 38 36 Highland 33 Girl’s Tennis Varsity “B” Wheeler 4-1 3-0 Elkhart Mem. 3-2 3-1 Mishawaka 4-1 5-0 LaPorte 4-1 1-4 Penn 0-5 5-0 S.B. Riley 5-0 5-0 Rogers 4-1 4-1 New Prairie 5-0 5-0 S.B. Wash. 4-1 5-0 Elk. Central 0-5 3-1 S.B. Clay 2-3 0-5 Rogers 4-1 5-0 S.B. Adams 1-4 N A S.B. LaSalle 3-2 5-0 Marquette 5-0 4-1 J.V. Boy’s Tennis City Opp. 1 Portage 4 3 Chesterton 2 1 S.B. Clay 4 0 Central 5 5 LaSalle 0 1 LaPorte 4 3 Mishawaka 2 2 Memorial 3 4 Rogers 1 5 Riley 0 2 Penn 3 2 Marquette 3 2 Adams 3 5 Washington 0 48Results Varsity Volleyball Chesterton W LaPorte L So. Central W Portage W Rogers L Riley L Plymouth Tour. L Marquette Tour. W Washington W Gary Wirt W Penn L Adams L E. Chicago Cent. W Elk. Central W Washington W LaSalle L Marquette W Elk. Memorial W Mishawaka L Clay W Sectional Rogers L City Girl’s Basketball Opp. 106 Marquette 23 67 Adams 56 62 Gary Roosevelt 64 50 Lew Wallace 82 61 Elk. Central 45 77 Rogers 56 61 Washington 50 63 Lafayette 56 59 Chesterton 49 59 Penn 61 58 New Prairie 34 48 LaSalle 51 68 LaPorte 53 66 Memorial 72 64 Clay 59 64 Riley 59 58 Mishawaka Sectional 65 55 Rogers 45 56 La Porte 54 70 Marquette Regional 40 32 Valparaiso 28 61 North Judson Semi-state 60 65 E. Chicago Central 55 38 Anderson Highland 66 City 72 Boy’s Basketball Marquette Opp. 52 60 Portage 70 56 Clay 75 61 New Prairie 62 57 Mishawaka 60 58 Holiday Tourney I a porte 59 43 Valparaiso 49 66 Penn 74 66 Central 82 72 LaPorte 94 75 Washington 62 46 Adams 50 72 Chesterton 68 79 Memorial 73 64 Rogers 92 76 Riley 78 70 St. Joe 72 56 Gary Wirt 62 59 LaSalle 62 67 Highland 65 67 Sectional Marquette 36 69 Rogers 71 City 6 9th Football Rogers Opp. 0 8 Riley 14 8 Knox 6 12 Chesterton 6 38 Westside 0 City J.V. Football Opp. 0 Rogers 6 0 Clay 9 16 Memorial 14 0 Penn 14 10 LaSalle 6 8 Adams 6 0 Central 7 36 Riley 14 City Varsity Football Opp. 28 Rogers 8 7 Clay 14 7 Riley 14 12 Memorial 15 0 Penn 28 18 LaSalle 12 7 Adams 16 21 Central 20 12 Chesterton 10 0 Valparaiso 32 Boy’s Tennis City Opp. 1 Portage 4 3 Chesterton 2 0 Clay 5 0 Central 5 3 LaSalle 2 0 LaPorte 5 2 Mishawaka 3 2 Memorial 3 3 Rogers 2 2 Riley 3 2 Penn 3 3 Marquette 2 1 Adams 4 5 Washington 0 2 sect.-Chesterton 3 City Girl’s Golf Opp. 190 Hobart 328 200 Rogers 200 191 Valparaiso 225 191 Marquette 195 193 LaVille 227 194 Merrillville 203 206 Chesterton 216 199 LaPorte 200 192 Gary Andrean 196 208 Munster 218 179 Knox 256 204 Portage 224 196 New Prairie 297 3rd Sectional 2nd Regional 13th State City 108 Girl’s Swim Adams Opp. 58 140 Washington 28 77 Rogers 95 85 Mishawaka 87 77 Penn 95 127 LaSalle 44 68 Laporte 104 93 Clay 79 131 New Prairie 41 91 Memorial 80 64 Valparaiso 108 85 Riley 87 125 Bridgeman 32 63 Central 109 City 18 Girl’s X-Country Rogers Opp. 37 22 Riley 35 18 Washington 41 38 Penn 21 32 Central 25 29 Memorial 28 21 Adams 37 15 LaSalle 50 25 Clay 30 16 Mishawaka 42 22 Valparaiso 33 City Boy’s X-Country Opp. 23 Rogers 36 19 Riley 36 15 Washington 48 31 Penn 25 32 Central 23 32 Memorial 24 21 Adams 86 20 LaSalle 38 18 Clay 41 20 Mishawaka 36 40 Valparaiso 20Cheerleading has always been a big part of the Elston High School scene and this year was no exception. Our varsity team was led by this year’s co-captains Stacey Scott, Yvonne Cash and Myka Ashmore. They proved to be real leaders. The cheerleaders helped lead our many teams to victory. Stacie Kazmucha was head devil of the varsity squad and did her job well. Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman activities were coached with much expertise by Miss Smidt. All performances of the cheerleading squad helped raise school spirit and got fans behind our many teams. Cheerleaders 50 VARSITY ROW 1 Laura Ryan, Stacey Scott, Terri Cuma, DeAnn Harder, ROW 2 Jennie Smith, Elizabeth Libke, Stacie Kazmucha, Yvonne Cash, Myka Ashmore JUNIOR VARSITY Carla Filipiak, Julie Gring, Jenny Thom, Jenny Janus, Melanie McEwan, Dawn SullivanRight-Joe Waskow Far Right-Mike Dotson Mike Dotson was leading the runners during the sectionals at this turn. Boy’s Cross Country team didn’t have a lot of runners but it did have five seniors to anchor it. Along with the seniors was a group of promising underclassmen that led the team to an 8-5 record. It was a demanding season with more than thirteen meets scheduled. The best meet of the season was the one against 5th ranked Elkhart Memorial. Mike Dolson beat their best runner, while Tim Sheehy came in right behind their best runner. In the same meet the top five runners Mike Dolson, Tim Sheehy, Joe Waskow, William Sheehy and Mike Edwards ran their season’s best time. Receiving the MVP award for the third year in a row was senior Mike Dolson. Also Mike Dolson and Tim Sheehy were named 1st Team All NIC. "Althought we fell short of some of our goals, we had a lot of fun and should be proud of our accomplishments,” said senior Matt Kintzele. Coach Holmes will miss the leadership of the five seniors but hopes that he can get some students to come out for the team to be part of its winning tradition. Cross Country 52KOW I William Sheehy. Donald Pierce. Richard Dulcher, Mike Gowin, Richard Edwards. Geoff Gilmore. Mike Dotaon, ROW 2 Matt Kintzele. Timothy Sheehy. Greg W'laker. Joseph Waskow, Keith Argarbright, Mike Edwards. Drew Koas, Coach Cabot Holmea. Cross Country 53Girls Cross Country 54T. ran up to their potential, although they I didn’t win all the meets, they did a great IIFY job.” Coach Holmes was referring to the || lm I Girl’s Cross Country team. With only nine runners on the team (no seniors, one junior, five sophomores, and three freshmen) it was a learning year. The team did have a good year with a 9-3 record. They placed first at the prestigious Culver Invitational with Sue Ellis getting first place overall, and did very well at the Sectional’s. High honors went to Sue Ellis who was MVP and All NIC 1st team. Sue and Paula Wiencek also competed in the National AAU meet. Christi Caspari who was named 2nd team All-NIC also competed in the International Sports Exchange Run in London, England on January 1st because of her promising running career. Coach Holmes is optimistic about the team next year, knowing that he will not lose any seniors to graduation. ROW 1 Sherry Fields. Rochelle Wsrren, Christine Caspari. Sue Ellis. ROW 2 Katie McConnell. Katie Frit . Andrea Bolka. Paula Wiencek. Becky Holmes. This pace (Top Center) Katie Frit concentrates on her form acainst Valpo with Katie McConnell close behind, (left) Becky Holmes fiddles around with a cup of ice before the meet begins. (Above) Coach Holmes gives last minute advice to the team before the race. Cross Country 55The 1986-87 Girls Golf Team was excellent. The team ended the season with a 12-1 win, the second best record in Elston history. The team was ranked 13th in Indiana and finished the year at the same level. This years coach was Mr. Steinke. It was his 8th year coaching and he was pleased with the way the season went. Kathy Butler and Tammie Shepard were co-captians. Kathy Butler did very well said Mr. Steinke. He felt the whole team put their best foot forward, and their reward was making it to the State Finals. The greatest moment of the season regional, where they had to beat teams that they played earlier in the year and lost, but they did beat them the second time and went to state. Coach Steinke is looking for new golfers for next season because he lost two players to graduation. He also hopes to repeat the season, hut next year win state! ABOVE- Shelly Weber hikes with full gear to find the ball before her next shot. UPPER RIGHT- Cindy McBride. Coach Steinke, Jenny Baker, Shelly Weber, Trisha Shepard, Tammie Shepard, Beth Carlisle, and Kathy Butler. RIGHT- Tammie Shepard, Cindy McBride, Shelly Weber, Trisha Shepard, and Kathy Butler prepare to leave Elston for the state golf match. Girls Golf 56TOP Elston supporters eagerly watch as the girls tee off. UPPER LEFT Shelly Weber goes to great lengths to chip her ball back into the fairway. RIGHT- Tammie Shepard shows great concentration into putting the ball. Girls Golf 57Tennis 58 Front Row Jeff Kerestury, Abrar Sait, Rico Riley. Todd Zubler Keith Barkow. Back Row Sean Blieden, Mark Coan. Jeff Freitag. Jay Bausback Matt Bock This years Tennis team gained a new coach, Mr. Jeff Freitag. This was Mr. Freitag’s first year coaching tennis and even though he was a bit nervous in the beginning, he accomplished a lot with his players. Mr. Freitag wanted a team with a positive attitude. He felt that the team had a good spirit and next year hopes to improve the record and have as much fun as the team had this year. Mr. Freitag tried his best to make sure everyone had a chance to play. The team lost a lot from last year. Brian Blake went to Marquette and Sean Blieden was out for the season due to an injury. Sean Blieden was the captain and Sue McNabb was the assistant MVP was an easy choice to make. Rico Riley played excel-lant and Mr. Freitag was very proud of him. Every season has its share of great moments and this years moment was when Todd Zubler and Keith Barkow beat Rogers and Jay Bausback won, to beat Marquette. Even though the team didn't have a great year, it turned out to be a great season because everyone got along. That is an important fact for the team and once they accomplished sportmanship, everything else will fall into place. Sean Blieden makes an extra effort to return a serve. Jay Bausback is casually returning a serve.TOP-Jeff Kerestury keeps his eye on the ball. BOT- TOP-Mr. Jeff Freitag goes Hawaiian before a meet as Abrar Sait looks on. TOM Jay Bausback is determined to return the serve. Rico Riley and Matt Bock get a closer look at the full speed serve. Tennis 59s 4, 0 With hard work, de- r termination and a lot of team work, the girls swim team had a trying year. This years girls swim team has experienced a new coach, Pam Miyatta. They also have an assistant coach for diving, Mike Wheelle. Leading the Varsity through a 5 and 4 Conference and a 7 and 6 overall win-lost season. Eileen Elenz and Lori Gilmore were MVP swimmers. At the LaPorte Invitational the girls placed eighth (A-Division) with 53 points and at Sectionals placing sixth with 86 points. Junior Varsity had a 4 and 1 Conference and a 6 and 2 overall win-lost season. The All Conference Award went to junior Eileen Elenz in 100 free style with a time of 57:03. Darrah Scott received a blanket for four years of swimming and track. This years top divers were Missy Voss, Robin Pe-cina, and Denise Chinski and Jennifer Wittmer also helped the Varsity team to many victories. Our lettermen this season are Seniors Kathleen McGeady, Stephanie Wittmer, Pamela Johnson, Lori Gilmore and Darrah Scott; Juniors Lisa Narducci, Dee Plummer, Jill Weber, Eileen Elenz, Christy Bozarth, Chris Dimke, Missy Voss, Maggie Ruckel, Sophomores Denise Chinski, Eva Oisaker, and Joy Gately; and Freshmen Erin Hamilton, Jennifer Wittmer and Kendra Byvoets. Row 1: Kathleen McGeady, Lori Gilmore. Darrah Scott, Pamela Johnson and Stephanie Wittmer. Row 2: Mike Wheele, Eileen Elenz, Dee Plummer, Aimee DeBone and Maggie Ruckel. Row 3: Jenny Adrian, Jill Weber, Robin Pecina, Missy Voss, Lisa Narducci, Christine Bozarth, Christine Dimke, Tracy Slutzkin, and Pam Miyatta. Row 4: Katie McBride, Amy Pishkur, Joy Gately, Eva Oisaker, Michelle Mondientz, Sandie Wiegand and Denise Chinski. Row 5: Jenny Ferguson, Blanche Sweeney, Kathy Curry, Karen Sitkiewicz, Erin Hamilton, Robyn Bootz, Julie Steele, Tonya Ross, Patty Faith, Jenny Winski, Kendra Byvoets and Jenny Wittmer. Right: Jenny Adrian, Jennifer Ferguson, and Lisa Narducci watch team mates after a tough relay. Left: Lisa Narducci pushes for her best time in breast stroke. Lower Left: Devil Country Banner. Lower Right; Dee Plummer does 500 Freestyle. Girls Swimming 60Above Left: Denise Chinski shows school spirit at every meet. Above Right: Mr. Wheele talks to Missy Voss after a diving event. Right: Swimmers boost team members on to victory. Lower Left: Darrah Scott does breast stroke. Lower Right: Team celebrates after winning at home. Girls Swimming 61The football team had an “experimental” year. The largest number of players went out than ever before, which led to a very versatile year although many varsity players were injured during the season. The J.V. players moved up to vacant Varsity positions successfully. Captains James Garner, Tom Osbourne, Fat Schooley, and Tom Hahn led the team through high and low times. The highest being the double overtime against ranked LaSalle. Although the team didn’t win that game, the best performance was turned in by all the team members. Seniors Tom Osbourne, and James Garner were chosen 1st team All Conference. Scott Kaletha and A1 Pollock were 2nd team All Conference. Grabbing well deserved All Area honors were James Garner, Scott Kaletha, Tom Osbourne, A1 Pollock. Jeff Wien-cek, and Cosie Daniel. Team awards were given to Scott Kaletha and James Garner CO-MVP’s, Tom Osbourne-Best Offensive Player, A1 Pollock-Best Defensive Player, and Jeff Wiencek-Most Improved. Coach Martarano said, “This season was an eye-opener. It was exciting and it was good to see the J.V. come through to help. Senior Brian Rebac said about the season “It was a season filled with adversity, but it was memorable as well as a learning experience for everybody involved. The future looks bright for Coach Martarano and the fighting Red Devils. The football team dedicated the whole year to the living memory of Joe Zeek. This page-(top) Scott Kaletha and Derrick Elwood charge after the Penn quarterback. Middle- James Garner runs with the ball while Tony Waters and Tom Osbourne hold back the oncoming Penn offensive line. Bottom-The Chesterton Player is about to get his “bell rung" because five City players are going to get their hands on him. Opposite Page- Middle left James Garner is thrusting his way forward while a Chesterton player tries to catch him. Middle Right Don Drake shows us what Moe, Larry, and Curly looked like when they were young by using Brian Mann, Scott Kaletha, and Tom Hahn as excellent examples. Bottom Left Joe Martarano praises the team during the school’s first pep session. Bottom Right Sophomore, Mark Pollock, is deep in thought dur-Football 'n the Elston v s Rogers game. 62ROW 1 Sidney Pender, Greg Gutreuter, Brian Mann, Tim Banks, Marty Frasure, Paul Miller, Rodney Evans, Anthony Waters. ROW 2 James Garner. Edward Jackson, Mark Pollock. Derek Elwood, Mgr. Veronica Acuna. Mgr. Melissa Mann, Mgr. Carmen McBride. Paul I eckie, Christopher Willoughby, Al Pollock. Row 3 Ken Coon, Darrell Cash, Robert Berger, Anthony Lenior, Jose Ringo, Charles Williams. Terry Peek, Carl Smith. ROW' 4 Thomas Osbourne. Brian Rebac. Thomas Hahn. Rudy Taylor. Steve Carter, Dave Humbers. Christopher Woods. ROW 5 Jody Starks, Andrew Allan, Edward Jackson, Ray Ramirez. Jason Rebac, Oscar Collier. Dereck Ecwood, Pete Matarano, ROW 6 Cornelius Bennet, Brian Smith, Michael Retsek. John Clevenger. Scott Kaletha. Jason Lee, Victor Davila. Patrick Gondeck, ROW 7 Walter McNeal, Scott Plummer. Cosie Daniel, Jeffery Wiencek, Rodney Washington, Lance Downs, Patrick SchooleyVarsity J.V J ■ -♦vi a. ‘ 1,? yv fc' I f, f-,.3 4 J ? . ••'1„-.-t i f 1 , •) . vis 3i ems8%M. « How 1 Sidney Pender. Greg Gutreuter. Brian Mann. Tim Banes, Marty Frasure, Paul Miller. Rodney Rvana, Anthony Waters. Row 2 James (lamer. Corey Smith. Mark Pollock, Derek Klwood. Veronica Acuna. Missy Mann. Carman McBride. Paul I eckie, Chris Willoughby. Al Pollock Row 3 Ken Coon. Darrell Cash. Robert Berger. Tony l enoir. Jose Ringo. Charles Williams, Terry Peek. Carl Smith, Tom Osborne. Brian Rebar. Tom Hahn. Rubcan Taylor. Steve Carter. Dave Humbers. Chris Woods Row 5 Jody Starks. Andy Allen. Kddie Jackson. Mike Calvan, Jason I eibig, Oscar Collier. Andy Kckwood, Peter Martorano Row 6 Corey Bennett. Brian Smith. Mike Retseck, John Clevenger. Scott Kaletha, Jason I ee, Victor Davila, Pat Gondeck Row 7 Walter McNeal, Scott Plummer. Cosie Daniel, Jeff Wiencek, Rodney W'ashington. Lance Downs. Pat Schooley I ft of Group I eon Adson. Camisha Foster. Dao Le. Heather Fujihara. Right of Group Donnie Thomas. Trina Byrd. Lisa Millick, Michelle McBride. Row I Jeff Plummer. Tom Dornkowski. Eric Richards. Scott Kinny. Mark Klosowski. Matt Dimke. Eric Mertl. Burt Benricky Row 2 Allan Biggers. Orson Hudson. Peter Dolson. Steve Hicks. Karl Friedrick. Jason Gatzka. Mike Callahan. Shane Tilden Row 3 William Krock, Gene McCalka. Dave Hauskins. Keith Lewis. Brian Losiecki. Matt Shula. Craig Phegley, Chris Small Row 4 Darrell Dierdorf. Jason Hogan. Daniel Caldwen. Jeff Halfacre, Terry Fields. I eRoy Shark. Tim Pendleton, Jim Knigga, Prince Weststone Football 64 » 9th grade basketball: Tim Pendleton, Tom Dombk Monsignor Gilbert, Terrence Singleton, .Jay Blakel °Wp ' ason Montgomery, coach. Terry Lewis, Prince Whetstone, Jeff Deuit I % V? V ?: enn e Edwards, Omar White. eU'Uh’ Eric Merl'- Brett Dibkey, J.V. basketball: Row 1: Rodney Evans, Scott Mack, Corey Smith, Edgar Brown, Allan Biggers, Bob Libke, Eric Adams. Row 2: Charles W'ifliams, Rodney Washington, Michael W’ilson, Bob Fritz, Greg Walker, Mike Fry, Coach Robert Falls. Although their records might not have shown it, the freshmen and J.V. teams experienced good seasons this year. Both teams had many close losses to go with solid victories. Throughout the year, the guys gained experience for future years. The J.V. team’s season was highlighted with wins over Marquette and Rogers. Said sophomore Bob Fritz, “We had a very up and down season, but coach Falls never lost faith in us.” There were many promising performances turned in by the Pink Imps this year, helping make the future look bright. The J.V. and Freshmen teams often practiced together. Their scrimmages were competitive and everyone worked hard. Some earned their way to a spot on the next level. With continued hard work, they guys should help make future seasons successful. Left: Corey Smith concentrates on an important free throw. Below: Greg Walker shoots over Marquette defense.Above: Point guard Bryant Dabney chases down a loose ball in front of a LaPorte Slicer. Above right: M.V.P. Ralph Shell floats in for two during the holiday tournament. Row 1: Matt Schooley mgr, Jeff Kerestury, Tim Luckett, Bryant Dabney, Kevin Jarrett, Jim Townsend, Robert Piecuch mgr. Row 2: Coach Dan Steinke, Abraham Dudley, Jay Bausback, Xavier Williams, Pat Schooley, Ralph Shell, Scott Kaletha, Wallace Lenior. Basketball 66 The 1986-87 version of the fighting Red Devils battled hack after a slow start to finish the season with a 6-16 record. For the second year in a row, the season ended with a heartbreaking loss at the sectional tournament. In the final game, the team played cross-town powerhouse Rogers evenly, only to lose by 2 points at the end of the game. The team featured five seniors, all of whom contributed much playing time for the team. These seniors, Bryant Dabney, Ralph Shell, Scott Kaletha, Pat Schooley, and Wallace “B” Lenoir provided needed leadership, especially at the end of the year when it was needed most. All were second year lettermen except for Lenoir who earned his first letter. In addition, Ralph Shell was named most valuable player. Despite the loss of these seniors for next year, the team should see nothing but success next season. Juniors Xavier Williams and Dan Adnson were starters and provided offensive punch. The rest of the squad is also experienced. Due to some untimely injuries, everyone on the squad played a lot and will he ready to make next season a good one.Above: Junior center Xavier Williams grabs a rebound over a Mishawaka Caveman. Above left: Fat Schooley shoots while two Trojans try unsuccessfully to block it. Left: Scott Kaletha splits two defenders for a layup. Basketball 67The 1986-87 gymnastics team had a good building season. The team had a new coach, Liz Haverstock who had years of gymnastic experience. The 1986-87 captains were Myka Ashmore and Kelly McConnell. Kelly McConnell was the M.V.P. McConnell did super her senior year, especially in a meet against Valpo where McConnell received an 8.8 on the balance beam which was her best score ever. J.V. was rather impressive. Cami-sha Foster shined on vault and floor where she had more power than a rocket. Amy Martin did well on balance beam and bars. Karen Richardson improved greatly by the end of the season on the vault. Over all, the whole team improved more and more each meet. The 87-88 gymnastic team should improve even more next year. Camisha Foster performs on the bare. ROW 1 Liz Haverstock. Karen Richardson, Jenny Finney. Amy Martin. Terri Cuma. Chris Camisha Foster. Ginny Ruckel. SUcie Kazmucha. Myka Ashmore. Kelly McConnell Dimke, Merrit Lloyd ROW 2 Kim McKay. Gymnastics 68Kelly McConnel performs on the beam. r f Jenny Finney stretches before the meet. Gymnastics 69Volleyball 70 The 1986 girls volleyball team has experienced something that the girls volleyball team on the Varsity level has never experienced before, a winning season. It was also the first time that the varsity and the JV Had a winning season together. The record for the varsity was 11 and 10, 3 and 6 in the conference and the jv was 11 and 6, 3 and 6 in the conference. Coach Edwards said that it was the best team that he has ever coached in his six years of coaching girls volleyball at Elston. He said it was a fun season and they got a lot accomplished. It showed in their record. He feels that the girls got a lot more done offensively and defensively. They had a lot of enthusiasm and were ready to play. He mainly worked on passing, coverage, and getting six girls to work together at once. The six girls had a lot of good moments in the season one being the shutout of South Bend Washington 15-0 15-0. They also came back from a 10-0 deficit and beat Marquette 15-12. He also added that the girls beat Marquette twice in one season. Once in the regular season and once in the tournament that they played in at Rogers. They came in third out of eight. There were also a lot of records broken. Alesia Torrance broke her own spiking records. Carrie Rogers broke her own setting records, Tonya Carey broke serving records, Yvonne Cash broke the record for saves and Sharone Cash broke the record for receptions The MVP’s for the year were Alesia Torrance and Sharonne Cash. Mr. Edwards is hoping for a 500 season in 1987 even though he is losing three starters. In 1987 he is hoping to see his NO. 2 spiker Marissa Graf returning, NO. 1 setter Carrie Rogers returning and top backthrow player Tonya Carey returning. Alesia spikes the ball while Carrie and Marisa watch. Row 1: Marisa Graf, Yvonne Cash, Sharonne Cash, Carrie Rogers, Alesia Torrence, Tonya Carey, Natalie Dolson, Althea Southward Row 2: Sue Murray, Carla Mason. Malerie Covert, Lori Veden, Dorene Human, Elise Nothstine, Betsy I ee, Mr. Edwards, Amber Nagel, Ix ri Berrier, Michelle Nicholson, Uresa Falls, Marlene Jack- Carrie and Marisa block the ball while Alesia watches.Volleyball 71The Lady Devils simply had and awesome year. Many records were set by the team this year. They opened the year by setting a gym record 106 points against Marquette. In addition, for the first time in the same season, the team beat Rogers twice. The team also set a record for most wins in a season with 17. The highlight of the year was when the I ady Devils won the sectional, regional, and winning the first game of the semistate before losing to Anderson Highland. The sectional and regional championships were the first ever for the Lady Devils. It was also the first time that the team finished among the elite eight. Co-most valuable players were Alesia Torrance and Sharonne Cash. In addition, they both made 2nd team all-conference. This was also their second year as co-captains and their second time making the News-Dispatch first team. It will be hard to duplicate the season that the team had. However, many players will be returning for next year. These players along with the girls up from the 13-1 junior varsity should provide for another successful season next year. Above: Marisa Graf eyes the basket over a defending Panther. Left: Tonya Carey dribbles around a Marquette Blazer. Row 1: Angie Stubbs, Kelly Coyle, Tonya Carey, Kisha Ward, Sharonne Cash, Jennie Smith, Tammy Byrd, Angie Macon, mgr. Row 2: Coach Donnie Thomas, Marisa Graf, Rosalyne Martin, Mauya McCollough, Kristin Walker, Kenya Corley, Alesia To-rance, Uresa Falls, mgr.. Asst. Coach Paula Allen.y te £ajc6et oeo oems Make it happen O n Above: Senior co-MVP Sharonne Cash goes in for a layup over a Rogers defender. Above left: Co-MVP Alesia Torrance shoots for two. Basketball 73 o V Once again Coach Jerry C r o 11 and his Boys Swim Team had an outstanding regular meet season. Leading the team through a 10 and 4 win-lost meet season was MVP swimmer senior Chris Snyder. Joe Welsh set a new school record in the 100 yd. breast stroke at 1:00.5. He broke the old record of 101.0 set by Pablo Restrepo in 1979. Record wise this years team was above average. The boys swim team placed 5th with 139 points in the LaPorte sectionals with Joe Welsh, sectional champion, in 100 breast and all NIC. At the IHSAA state meet the team, as a whole placed 14th with 41 points. Joe Welsh placed 5th in 100 yd. breast 1:01.1 (100.5 set in state prelims) in 100 yd. breast 1:18, medley relay placed 10th with sectional champions and all NIC, Rico Riley, Joe Welsh, Chris Snyder, and Dave Jenkins 1:41.10. The lettermen for the season are seniors Chris Snyder, Joe Welsh, Chris Weninger; juniors John McGeady, Dave Jenkins, David Narducci, Rico Riley; Sophomores Tom Blank, Jason Cosgrove, Scott Heitman; and Freshman Mark Ramsey, and Geoff Plummer. Trevor Mischler concentrates on his dive. Boys Swimming 74 Row 1: Coach Mike Wheele, Mark Ramsey, Geoff Plummer, Greg Halama, Jim Freel, Matt Friedley Row 2: Terry Perrish, Tom Blank, Jason Cosgrove, Trevor Mishler, Mike Richley, Scott Heitman, Beth Skivers Row 3: Dave Narducci, David Jenkins, Joe Welsh, Chris Snyder, Chris Wenniger, John McGeady, Rico Riley, Coach Jerry Croll. Doing breast stroke, Matt Friedley takes an unexpected pose. David Narducci takes a first in Butterfly.On you mark, (let set. 00! Bovs Swimming 75The team celebrates another one of their many victories. The referee watches the clock as Pat Steinhiser attempts to pin. Wrestling 76 The 1986-87 Wrestling team finished the season very respectfully. The varsity record was 9-3 and J.V. was 10-2. Coach Drake described the team as having great sportsmanship and also a great team attitude. The 86-87 M.V.P. was Pat Steinhiser and A1 Pollock. The team had great discipline and the team showed a lot of intensity. The greatest season moment was after the Elkhart Memorial meet when Coach Drake knew that the wrestlers could bind together and would be hard to beat. Coach Drake said he would miss his senior wrestlers which were A1 Pollock, Pat Steinhiser, Brian Mann, and Greg Gutreuter. Greg Gutreuter was giv en the “guts” award. Derek El wood, A1 Pollock and Phi Lee made it to semistate. They shared great strength and Coach Drake was very proud of them. Next year Coach Drake hopes to accomplish the same team attitude that he had this year. lake it happen Coach Drake and Coach Patacsil talk over strategy with A1 Pollock.Row 1 Mario Baron, Connie Bentley Row 2 Matt Dimke, John Seppyes, Brock Davis, Jesse Crawford, Windroe Taylor, Kevin Burns, Eric Kreag, Theron Hunsley, Larry Ligthburn, Phi Le, Tony O’Neil, Chad Cochran, Jeff Bartlett. Row 3 Jay Rogers, Pete Dolson, Joe Farley, Ray Ramirez, Paul Box, Brian Mann, Pat Steinhiser, Greg Gutreuter, Chris Willoughby, Pete Martorano, Andy Allen, Ryan Phillips, Jeff Klingler, Mark Pollock, Orson Hudson. Row 4 Olando Finny, Chad Howard, Robert White, Chris Small, Dave Wolfe, Ken Patterson, A1 Pollock, Dave Humbers, Cosie Daniel, Craig Phegloy.Greg Moss, Jason Castner, Eddie Jackson, Oscar Collier, and Terry Fields Wrestling 77Girls Track 78Girl’s Track 79 » . r - How 1: Peter Martorano. -Jake Blackly, Sam Carter. Mike Gowin, Melissa Mohamed, Eric Kreag, Mike Dolson, Eddie Jackson, Andrew Eckwood, Don Drake. How 2: Mr. Bumber, Mr. Holmes, Tim Whitehorn, Bill Sheehy, Peter Doson, Hay Ramirez, Oscar Collier, Anthony Garrett, Andy Allen, Michael Hack. Row 3: Carl Smith, Corey Smith, Darrell Cash, Scott Hack. Robert Berger. Ricardo Llorente, Sam Cushway, Marc Chavez, Drew Koss. Tim Sheehy. Row 4: Tony Waters, Matt Kintzele, Steve Carter, James Garner, Marty Frazier, Rico Riley, Paul Kassal, Kevin Jarrett, Mike Retseck, David Humbers. Row 5: John Clevenger, A1 Pollock, Deval Sanders, Abraham Dudley, Keith Argabright, Brian Tylisz, Joe Waskow, Cosie Daniels, Jeff Wiencek, Xavier Williams. Below: Cosie Daniels throws the disc. He did a great job in the season. Left: Deval Sanders leads the pack in the high hurdles.Abraham Dudley is going to make a good score in the high jump. Below: dames Garner is ready to fly. Right: Robert Berger is doing the low hurdles. Right Below: Ricardo Llorente prepares his performance. 81, -„.rat eth Sci --.u Williams. Row 2 Wend —vwski, Kathy Haberman. Natalie Doli Wanda Perry. Martha Sanders, Amy Martin, f IT ’ JK i {si,K A JUNIOJennifer Adrian Jim Aigner Johnny Anderson Leslie Antcliff Lisa Avery Christine Baker David Baker Jennifer Baker Bryan Banicki Wendy Barnett Michael Bartels Jay Bausback Lisa Bernard Allans Diggers James Biggerstaff Don Bildhauser Treasia Bland Matt Bock Robert Bogart Kirk Bos Debra Bottom Paul Box Christy Bozarth Derek Braddy Audrey Brooks Pamela Bulakowski Cellia Burton Laura Butts Tamara Byrd Don Calhoon David Callahan Mike Canard Gary Carder Laura Carter Tonya Carey Beth Carlisle Kelly Carter Stephen Carter Pamela Chambers Tomeko Champion Marcos Chavez Kevin Childers Todd Childress John Clevenger Susan Coan Joe Coar Rhett Cochran David Connell Tl rmm mmR Kenny Coon Julius Cooper Yvonne Cooper Kim Copley Curtis Cox Julie Craig Wendy Crawford Tony Cruise Donnie Culpepper Terri Cuma Lincoln Dabagia Thomas Daniels Donald Davis Vickie Davis Angela Day Aimee Debone Mona Dennison Heather DeRolf Robin Deutscher Jim Deuitch David Dillard Chris Dimke Carlester Dockery Natalie Dolson Melissa Dombkowski Tim Douglas loanee Downs David Dubie John Dudek Steve Dudek Abraham Dudley Andrew Eckwood Gail Edwards Lanon Edwards Richard Edward Thomas Eldridge Eileen Elenz Susan Ellis Derek El wood Josh Engquist Karey Erow Carla Evans Roderick Fairchild Uresa Falls Ron Falls Ellen Fane Margaret Fane Kendra FilipiakMarcia Fischer Greg Flesher Mark Foster Michelle Fritz Jeannie Gallion Darcy Garoacik Anthony Garrett Jason Geddes Karen George Doug Gielow Anne Glossenger Tammy Glover Kim Green l«aura Green Steven Gronceski Pat Gondeck Steve Gough Kathy Haberman Chip Haferkamp Tom Hahn Joyce Hajvert Yasmin Kakim Diane Harmon Linda Harris Valerie Harris Jeff Harrison Amber Hartke Julie Harvey Mary Heffron Greg Hekter I eigh Hennessey Billy Heuck James Heying Kristen Hiatt Jamie Holtcamp Curtis Houston Andria Howard David Humbers Theron Hunsley Beneen Ibrahim Michael Jacks Kim Jackson I arry Jackson Christine Jahnz Jill Jahnz Tami Janowski Kevin Jarrett Archel Jemison David Jenkins Amy Johns Jenine Johnson Jennifa Johnston Scott Jovien Paul Kassal Kris Kazmierczak Kim Kellogg Jeff Kerestury Sheila Dersey Steve Kinney Jackie King Robert Kubsch Tricia Kostielney Bill Krachinski Frick Kutch Bill I ampher Jonathan landing Joanne I eatherman Paul I eckie Angela Lenoir Wallace Lenoir Darin Lewis Heidi Lewis Wallisa Lewis Sam Lawson Pam Libke Ann Lindborg Michael Losiniecki Michelle Lowry Susan Luscomb Diane Mackey Leon Madkins Ana Mandujano Melissa Mann Chris Mark John Mark Bryce Marsh Amy Martin Koslyn Martin Jack Matzke Carmen McBride Katie McBride Wendell McColiough John McGeady David McMonigal Mike Meska Junior 84Hank Miller Artillis Mitchell Eileen Mitchell Melissa Mohamed Mike Moldenhauer Dan Moldestad Patricia Morgan (Iregg Moss David Narducci Lisa Narducci Julie Nasser Tim Navarro Kim Nessler Joe Nichols Michelle Nicholson Daniel Niegos Kara Nilson Duane Norman Mariam Oda Tricia Oltz Kelly O’neal Jennifer Orlowski Alisa Owens Jennifer Palmer Kimberly Parker Lori Parrish Kristopher Patterson Lashia Payton Robin Pecina Kimberly Peek Scott Pelath Wanda Perry Harry Pleasants Dee Plummer Scott Plummer Beverly Ponder Nicki Ponder Arturo Pozos Nora Pozos Michael Qualkenbush Monica Ragon Raymond Ramirez Beth Ratliff Vicki Rhodes Karen Richardson Patrick Riley Jose Ringo Andrea Rodman Carrie Rogers Laura Romine Maggie Ruckel Michael Ruhe Lori Sabin David Salyer Martha Sanders Chris Scheuchner Jerry Schliephake Elizabeth Schmitt Michele Schwartz Robert Sebesta Guy See Timothy Sheehy Travis Shipley Marianne Shores Donald Sims Trista Sipes Tim Sitkiewicz Rodney Skonieczny Tracy Slutzkin Sean Smiertelny Brian Smith Jennifer Smith David Sparkman Kevin Sparks Mark Stapleton Pernell Starks John Stimley Forrest Stone Rickey Styles Lynne Sweney Diana Swiger Mark Swistek Satonva Taylor Tonya Thompson Jimmy Townsend Kathleen Troyer Arthur Tucker Arthur Tuner Jennifer Turner Mike Urbanski Melissa Voss Jimmy Walker Kila Ward Kisha Ward Edward Washington Jack Wratts Junior 85Junior 86 Jill Weber Sara Wenclaff Melissa Werdine David Westphal Deana White Nancy White Jeff Wiencek Danny Williams David Williams Erika Williams Sara W'illiams Xavier Williams Chris Willoughby Dean Willson Lorren Wilson Michael Wilson David Wolf Jennifer Wolf Cyndi Wolfe Timothy Woodley Angela Woolsey Theresa Wright Heather Young Todd ZublerPolo PEOPLEThere were many one of a kind organizations at Elston. Groups and clubs of all kinds were available for a variety of interests. From foreign language clubs to student government, a club could be found for everyone. Many groups were service organizations such as the National Honor Society. They ushered in programs and served the community in various ways. They also raised money for the Michigan City Area Schools scholarship foundation. Most groups however pursued special interests. Our academic clubs were very successful this year. The Devilettes and Devil Magic were as good as ever. Students Against Driving Drunk (SADD) continued to be a most valuable organization. We have many memories of our time spent in our favorite clubs. Each of us in our own way made the clubs better. We also had a part in making them one of a kind. Above: Student Council and Student Senate members collect cans fof the Salvation Army’s canned food drive. Organizations 88OrganizationsThe Student Senate was led by Chrissy Weber. Other officers were Sue Coan, Heather Fujihara, and Heather Lohse. Accomplishments this year included sponsoring a dance to raise funds for the Dehne Science Scholarship, working on a can food drive with the Council. The two groups gathered nearly 1000 cans of food for the Salvation Army. Other porjects were a leadership conference at Munster, Winter-fest at the lakefront, pep session with the council, tours for alumni, raising funds for the Youth Service Bureau and working on Homecoming plans for 1987-88. The sponsor for the Senate was Mr. Laux. ROW 1 Chad Finke. John McGeady, Todd Ash, Rico Riley, Hassen Hammoud, Bob Libke, Paul Laux ROWr 2 Jennifer Rocke, Kendra Byvoets, Julie Nasser, Jeannie Gallion, Angie Price, Amber Nagel, Jenny Thom ROW' 3 Susan Coan, Annie McDaniel, Heather W'est, Melissa Callan, Heather Young, Keith Argabright, Heather Fujihara, Julie Gring, Sharonne Cash, Kisha Ward Senate 900° Leading the student Council for 86-87 was Nicki Winski. Other officers were Stacey Scott and Michelle Kim. Accomplishments for the year included a leadership conference, can food drive, Winterfest, dance and the second pep session of the year with the Senate. Tours of Garfield students were given in May for students new to Elston in 87- 88. The sponsor for the Council this year was Mrs. Fritzen. The Student Council and Student Senate will combine next year to form Student Government. This group of 60 students will have as their first project Homecoming and all of its related activities. ROW 1 Jeff Keating, Kelly McConnnell, Michelle Kim. Nicki Winski, Elizabeth Libke, Sean Blieden. Stacey Scott. Brian Rebac, Pam Johnson, Paula Gararklewicz, Theresa Smith ROW 2 Kila Ward, Roslyn Martin, Chris Dimke. Maggie Ruckel, John Clevenger, Natalie Dolson, Doug Gielow, Jim Aigner, Stephen Carter, Kris Kazmierezak EM W 3 Paula Wiencek, Jenny Finney, Dao Le, Mike Mitterman. Becky Jones. Dawn Sullivan. Juan Esquivel. Caria Filipiak, Deanna Meyer Chrissy Weber, John Clevenger. Mi «helle Kim collect cans for the Salvation Darcy Garbacik and Angie Price wear twinkles well after the school's second pep session. Army food drive. Council 91Foreign Language Clubs Spanish Club- Row 1: Wendy Barnett. Jenny Cook, Julie Will, Annie McDaniel. Beth Skivers. Tricia Mikulski. Bryant Dabney. Pam Johnson. Paula Gazarkiewicz. Lori Gilmore, Deann Harder. Chad Finke, Erin Hynek. Mrs. Croft. Row 2: Lisa Zila, Young Sook Sim. Kristin Walker. Janet Potter. Shelley Ward. Ellen Fane. Lisa Bernard. Heather Fujihara, Amy Cains, Miriam Cleveland. DeAnna Williams. Orlando Smoote. Karen Waltz. Jennifer Gieser. Tim Parrillo, Kelly Waltz. Row 3: Chris Hesch. Angeli-que Eaton. Sandy Wiegand. Lisa Narducci, Jenny Palmer. Kara Nilson, Paula Wiencek. Becky Holmes. Jenny Thom. Julie Gring. Jenny Janus. Vanessa Cloonan, Angela Nelson, Nicole Roberts. Lynn Senter. James Heying, Ana Mandujano. Row 4: Dean Willson. Missy Mann. Makeba Oda. Wanda Perry. Carmen McBride. Kisha Ward. Eileen Elenz. Ricardo Llorente. Todd Ash. Bob Libke. Sean Schoch. Scott Plummer. Jay Bausback. Kris Kazmierczak, Yvonne Cash. Mike Mitterman. Bill Kirkendall. Rob Neary. Row 5: Bill Krock. Jay Rogers, Mike Richley, Jason Cosgrove. Dave Brubeck, Martha Sanders, Amy Johns. Lori Sabin. Nora Westphal, Chris Dimke, Terri Cuma, Mary Heffron. Jennie Smith. Michelle Nicholson. Melissa Callan. Monty Faith, Patrick Steinhiser, John Stimly.David Williams, Tim Banks. The language clubs at Elston again enjoyed a fun year. There were 3 language clubs this year. Mrs. Kallay sponsored the German club while Mrs. Croft sponsored the Spanish club and Mr. Turner, the Latin club. The clubs were involved in a variety of activities. Each club sponsored a homecoming candidate this year. The clubs also took field trips to further pursue their languages. They participated in fund raisers to help pay for the expenses. Club members were able to experience the language’s culture first hand. Spanish students sampled Mrs. Croft’s spicy quesadil-las. Each culture proved to be quite different from ours. For the language club members, it was an exciting year filled with new experiences. Right: Spanish Club Officers: Row 1: Pam John-son-president. Row 2: Bryant Dabney-vice president, Paula Gazarkiewicz-secretary. Foreign Language 92German Club: row 1: Anissa DePrieat, Heather Dubie, Heather Young. Stephan Koethe. Beth Blarney, Jennifer O'Neil. Scott Pelath. Eileen Mitchell. Joah Engquist, Scott Harvel. Row 2: Jenny Hardacker, Julius Cooper. Dan Griffin. Scott Kinney. Donna Natale. Kathy Tanner, Jayne Schill, Tammy Taylor. Julie Nasser, Heather Lohse, Elizabeth Schmitt. Melissa Voas. Row 3: Mrs. Kallay. Michelle MondienU. Ryan Phillips, Jim Deuitch, Dan Molestad. Mark Jadvani, Jeff Keating, l aura Greene. Jennifer Wolf. Jennifer Baker. Andrea Rodman. Row 4: Tracy Milakovic, Sharon Meer, Laura Romine, Louise Allen. Tim Nagel, Heidi Heminger, Gary Kinney. Maggie Ruckel. Jenny Orlowski. Dave Dubie. Jon landing, Rhett Cochran. Row 5: Richard Dirks. Mark Coan, Eva Olsaker. Marisa Graf. Kathy Brill. Harry Pleasants. Susan Coan. Bryan Smith. Jack King. Anthony Johnston. Tim Bildhauaer, Jim Henrich. Right: German Club officers- Ro 1: Scott Pelath -president. Row 2: Beth Blarney-vice president, Jennife O’Neil-secretary. Left: Latin club officers- Row 1: Yasmin Hakim-president. Row 2: Carl Demchak-vice-president, Greg Flesher-secretary. Latin Club: Row 1: Jill Weber, Joy Gately, Julie Steele, Heidi Heminger. Margaret Fane. Anna Betriu. Row 2: Lori Sabin. Yasmin Hakim. Roberta Irish, Michael Roberts. Rochelle Warren. Melissa Kaczocha. Dawn Mok-rycki. Row 3: Greg Flesher, Sam Cushway. Mark Turner. Julie Craig, Heather Young. Mark Ramsey. Carl Demchak. Language 93Row 1: Chrissy Weber, Myka Ashmore, Darrah Scott, Sheila Kersey Row 2: Amy Martin, Kelly Coyle, Mr. Sparks. Karen Richardson, Louise Allen Row 1: Matt Kintzele, Jeffrey Keating, Eric Kreag Row 2: Paul Kassal, Heather Lohse, Jennifer O’Neil, Todd Zubler Row 3: Mr. Evett, Tim Nagel 94 For the first J time ever El- ston’s Quiz Bowl beat Rogers. Large grins were seen everywhere. This years Quiz Bowl team L made history. Charles Young and Roxanne Young were the sponsors of the year long Academic Team. The students are versatile in several areas of Math, Science, Social Studies, English and other assorted subjects. The team competed in new ways with National Computer game and a state-wide contest held in April. Anyone can join the team as long as they show an interest in being part of a winning tradition. Right. Row 1: Paul Kassal, Keith Barkow, Jeff Keating and Todd Zubler. Row 2: Kevin Barkow, Roxanne Young, Charles Young, Judy Waskow and Tim Nagel. Row 3: Hassen Hammoud, Dave Dabbert and Rhett Cochran. e c' ce Amy Pisbkur, Left, Row 1: Makeba Oda, Jenny Orlowski, Kathy Bukva, Lisa Zila. Janet Potter, Heidi Heminger and Young Sook Sim Row 2: Angela Nelson, Hassen Hammoud, Judi Waskow, Wendy Willson, Tim Nagel, Paul Kassal, Dave Brubeck, Keith Barkow and Mark Marz. Row 3: Eric Kreag, Julie Craig. Tonya Carey, Tom Quinn, Susan Ellis, Cregg Scott, Jim Haddad and Jeff Keating Right: Eric Lewis, Chris Roa-darmel, Jody Kramer, Greg Milcarek, Carolyn Potter and Phyllis Stark. Row 2: Darrell Berrier, Chris Smith, Andrew Krouse, Chris Janus and Jim Haddad. Quiz Bowl Science Club O.E.A. 95The Computer Club is sponsored by Natalie Ness, students that are taking math and computer related classes. Computers are now becoming a larger part of people that aren’t familiar with computers and how much it can help us. How 1: Natalie Ness and Julie Harvey. Row 2: Pei-Yi Hu, David Wetzel, Hassen Hammoud and Jim Deuitch. The Chess Club is sponsored by Don VanHoy and has grown in popularity since 1977. This club gives the students an opportunity to meet other students from different schools. These students are able to participate in a challenging opportunity. Anyone who would like to be involved in the Chess Club at Klston, the ony qualification is to have a real interest in Chess. How 1: Dave Brubeck, Bernadette Greening, Cory Kihlstrom, Kevin Benner and Jim Haddad. How 2: Jonathan Manigold, Abrar Sait and Don VanHoy. Chess Computer 96The student stores provide a few basic necessities to get through the day. Items such as pens, pencils, paper and a few snacks are sold. Workers give up an hour to help. Miss Young sponsors the store in the academic building and Mrs. Fritz sponsors the business store. Mr. Laux sponsors Canteen I, which consists of several of the "munchie” machines and pop machines. The money is used for assembly programs, the Elstonian and Comet. Miss Young is the sponsor of Canteen II. The canteen is open at both lunch hours and after school. Monies from this canteen is used for the teachers conference fund. Above Left- Terri Cuma buys a few necessities for her day at Elston. Above-Cindi Williams and a friend do their homework while business is slow. Lower left-Mr. Laux, Pam Chambers. Lisa Avery and Paul Box pose in front of "munchie" machines after spending the last hour filling in the empty spaces. Below-Heat her Young sells some lunch time snacks at Canteen II by the Red Devil Gym. Canteen Stores Canteen 97P MBS------- -j.. A Row 1 Wendy Barnett, Michelle Kim, Nicky Winski, Tami Janowski, Uresa Falls. Row 2 Vickie Davis, Tom Osborne, Robert Bonger, James Garner. Row 3 Archell Jemison, Christy Bozarth, Dawn Lorenz, Robin Pecina. Row 1 Tomeko Champion, Ellen Fane, Laura Butts. Row 2 David Edwards, Greg Flesher, Kelly Emerick, Monty Faith, Tom Glosser. 98How 1 Sara Martinson, Martina Evans, Paula Wiencek, Darrah Yasmin, Hakim, Jeannie Gallion, Natalie Dolson. Row 3 Troy Ma-Scott, Susan Ellis, Jenny Palmer, Trish Kostielney. Row 2 Florene con, Debby Kramer, Mike Dolson, Jeff Knigga. Troyer, Kathleen O’Shea, Diane Mackey, Tom Daniles, Tina Abies, Row 1 Joyce Hayvert, Jayne Schill, Wendy Calvin. Row 2 Tony Gralik. Counselor Assistants 99JR. CONCESSIONS •Junior concessions sells food and drink at all home basketball and football games. Without the income money for the junior class to sponsor the prom would be slim. Workers must attend as many games as possible and vend both at the stand and among the spectators. Mrs. Fritzen and Miss Young sponsored junior concessions. ROW 1: Ellen Fane. Julie Nasser. John McGeady, Todd Zubler, Yasmin Hakim. Andrea Rodman, Trish Kostielney, Elizabeth Schmitt. ROW 2 David Williams. Margaret Fane, Marcia Fisher, Heather Young, Sarah Williams, Diane Swiger, Wendy Barnett, Leigh Hennessey ROW 3 Kathy Haberman, Jay Bausback, Rico Riley, David Jenkins, Traci Slutzkin. Maggie Ruckel. Jim Deuitch, Kim Kellog, Barb Fritzen Mrs. Kritzen checks the daily news before the game. Miss Young Rico Riley and John McGeady vend in the stands. Junior Concession workers at a basketball game. Junior Concessions 100Crimson Comet ROW 1 Kim Nessler, Mrs. McCormick, Sarah Williams, Jayne Schill, Jennifer Fry ROW 2 Gary Kinney, Marcia Fischer, Carla Filipiak, Melissa Mohamed, Suzanne Gamache, Elizabeth Libke ROW 3 Brian McBride, Tim Winski, Jeff Kerestury, Sean Blieden, Mark Jadvani, Hassen Hammoud, William Fennell Comet staff sorting through a new edition. The Crimson Comet is Elston’s newspaper. Issues come to the students once a month with the happenings in and around the school. Mrs. McCormick is sponsor with Kim Nessler and Jeff Kerestury as co-editors. The Comet staff works with advertisers and is printed by a local company. Photographers are shared with the Elstonian. Organization is the key word to produce each issue. Sorting things out. Comet staff hard at work. Crimson Comet 101The Marching Band this year did a number of things to fulfill a full packed marching season. As many of you know the band marches in the Summer Festival and halftime at all the home football games. They also performed on TV in the Columbus Day parade in Chicago. They’re hoping to go to marching contest next year. Following Marching Band comes concert season in which they tried something new, instead of having two separate bands they combined both to make a full band. They also kept the Symphonic Band which met 2 to 3 times a week. The Concert Band had three concerts, Winter, Mid-Winter and Spring. The band also performed at commencement. Marching Band performs in concert formation at a football game. Concert Band performs the Winter Concert on the theatre stage. Quincy Ford, Dan McNabb, Rick D’Arcangelis Band 102Members of the concert band perform at Winter concert. Mr. Ford directs during the Spring concert. Band 103 Five members of the marching band march in formation. Mr. D’Archangelis directs the concert band.The choral music department is directed by Daniel McNabb. Choruses with 9th grade boys and girls groups. Concert Choir and Devil Magic contributed to the harmonic sounds coming from the music room. The concert Choir is made up of upper classmen. All groups performed during concerts in the theatre. L c h o r u s Chorus 104Devil Magic performs during the winter concert. Practice makes for a better performance. Sue Coan leads her line during a performance. Devil Magic performs for a local civic group. Devil Magic is a selective choral organization in the Elston choral department. Devil Magic performed in annual choral events plus presenting fine programs throughout Michigan City to many schools and civic organizations. Music contests at the district and state levels have given these students chosen by private audition, many fine performing activities. Devil Magic 106 Formal wear is the dress of the day.Devilettes The 32 Devilettes this year have been working hard to make your basketball and football games more enjoyable. They practice two times a week for two hours. This year they had many fundraisers. They worked a car wash, they sold trash cans, cheese and sausage, and picture frames. The money they earn from these fundraisers go toward their uniforms. The uniforms this year consist of short skirts and sweaters for basketball season and long skirts and long sleeve blouses for the football season. This year the routines which, the Devilette captains made were of songs that the Devilettes thought would be exciting to perform, and that would give the crowd some entertainment. Devilettes leave the floor after presenting the colors at pre game during basketball season. £ £ ! DEVILETTE CAPTAINS L-R Kelly Worek, Mauya McCollough, and Teresa Smith. ROW 1 Teresa Smith, Mauya McCollough, Kelly Worek ROW 2 Candy Cleek, Angie Walters, Tony Taylor, Nicole Roberts, Talethia Howard, Amy Dorshak, Kim Hudson, Darlene Spychalski, Tina McGrath, Angie Milcarek ROW 3 Laura Greene, Laurie Smith, Wendy Crawford, Elizabeth Mowinski, Kathy Cook, Kim Robbins, Michelle Lowry ROW' 4 Lisa Fredrich, Paula Macon, Susan Luscomb, Missy Dombkowski, Jennifer Hoeppner. Sandra Sherwood, Beth Ratliff, Kris English, Rosalind Taylor, Kila Ward LEFT Michelle Lowry, Melissa Dom bkowski, Jenny Hoeppner make up a section of devilettes performing at halftime during basketball season. RIGHT-Eliza-beth Mowinski leads a line of girls before a full house. LOWER LEFT-Devilettes practice outside the Red Devil gym during football season. Devilettes 107RT members cheer for the football team. The girls cheerblock, or RT was led by Miss Booth and Mrs. Stark. These girls are supposed to show their loyalty and cheer for the teams on to a vcitory. Although the girls biggest reward should be their involvement with school spirit, they are also given the chance to ask their favorite guy to the RT formal. This is always a memorable evening for both the girl and guy. RT torment week begins with crazy makeup. Row 1 Fran Booth, Paula Gazarkiewicz, Pam Johnson, Elizabeth Libke, Heather Lohse, Mrs. Stark Row 2 Merritt Lloyd, Julie Nasser, Makeba Oda, Char Jemisen, Jenny Thom, Melanie McEwan, Row 3 Ellen Brady, Sharon Meer, Chris Dimke, Eileen Elenz, Melissa Callan. RT 108Boy’s Cheer Block Members of the Boys Cheerblock support pregame activities. Boys Cheerblock was a great asset to our team’s spirit. They kept home games fun and exciting with their unique behavior. Appearing as this year’s stripper was seniors Scott Cuma or Chris Janus. Members of the cheerblock assisted the stripper with various skits, such as ghosts, devils, and a farmer. Juniors in the cheerblock rouse fans to support the basketball team. Scott Cuma performs traditional stripper Row 1 Michael Gowin, Jeff Keating, Jeff Knigga, Chris Janus, Greg Duff, Scott Felath, Scott Cuma, Brian Smith, Scott Harvel, Mrs. Harber Row 2 Matt Kintzele, Tim Winski, Scott Jovien, Doug Gielow, Greg Gutreuter, Tom Osborne, Mike Edwards, Brian Rebac, Marcos Chavez, Chris Everly, Les Bell Row 3 John McGeady, Jim Aigner, Keith Barkow, Mark Jadvani, Hassen Hammoud, Keith Argabright, Brian Tylisz, Mike Bentley, Juan Esquivel, Brian Young, Todd Zubler Row 4 David McMonigal, James Owens, Bob Libke, Sean Schoch, Sean Blieden, Rico Riley, Ken Cook, Eric Mertl, Bryan Smith, Dan Beaver, Marcus Fraynom, Monty Faith Row 5 Kevin Jarrett, Carl Chavez, Mike Dolson, Tom Hahn, A1 Pollock, John Dettman, John Clevenger, Roman Przybylinski, Cory Kihlstrone, Dave Brubeck, Guy See, Donnie Vooches Cheerblock 109CHO ICT CHO (Cooperative Health Occupations) offers students opportunities to work in the health fields. They also participate in other events during the year and take field trips. This organization is sponsored by Mrs. Rhoades. ICT (Industrial Cooperative Training) sponsored by Mr. Clevenger. This Co-op organization gives students a chance at various vocational jobs. CHO Row 1 Ann Lindborg, Tara Robinson, Laura New, Connie Bentley, Stacey Bruce. Row 2 Robert Johnson, Dawn Mokrycki, Michelle Goede, Cheryl Glassman, Lynda Mary, Joanna Leatherman, Row 3 Mable Rhoades, Hope Harris, Delores Matthews, Cheryl Mowinski CHO Banquet presentation. ICT student being advised by supervisor. CHO ICT 110Honor Society Row 1 Tim Nagel. Kevin Benner. Bryant Dabney. Paula Gazarkiewicz. Yvonne Cash. Sharonne Ca»h. Pam Johnson. Kurt Breischaft Row 2 Jayne Schill. Lisa Zila. Eric Craig. Todd Ash, Ricardo Llorente. Hassen Hammoud, Jennifer O’Niel, Kathleen McGeady. Kelly McConnell. Jeff Keating Row 3 Judi Waskow. Laurie Flesher. Kathy Tanner, Beth Barkow, Margaret Zaknoen. Elizabeth Libke. Nichole Winski, Chrissy Weber. Melissa Callan, Heather Lohse Row 4 Janet Potter. Matt Kintzele, John Dettman, Pat Schooley, Brian Rebac, Greg Duff, Mike Gowin, Pat Gazarkiewicz, Ron Kerwin The Elston Honor Society gives special recognition to the students who have talent and abilities in such areas as: Leadership, Character, and GFA. Those students must be a junior or senior and must have maintained a 3.2 GPA for either 5 or 7 semesters. Each individual who is accepted into the Elston Honor Socieity must be active in clubs and school activities. This year, the honor society has participated in a number of activities. The students ushered at school plays, gave tours around Elston, and raised money for the Michigan City Scholarship foundation. Mr. Ron Kerwin is the sponsor of the Honor Society here at Elston. This group strives to maintain the highest grades and show leadership throughout school activities. LEFT- Officers Bryant Dabney, Paula Gazarkiewicz, Yvonne Cash. X»liun,il Sonar . If rraadam :j , ,VOCATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY HONOR SOCIETY Induction Ceremony 1986 Inductees Industrial Technology Honor Society Name..........School...........Sponsoring Teacher Behmdt, Melinda (Elaton Stark) Bennett, Valerie (Elaton Koepke) Blggerataff, Amy (Elston Clevenger Sparks) Budak, Donna (Marquette Rhoades) Chronister, Tim (Elston Clevenger Stark) Dolan, Bob (Elston Stelnhlser) Dougherty, Jennefer (Elston Rhoades) Gutreuter, Gregory (Elston Sacks) Hahn, Steve (Elston Stark) Irish, Coral (Elston Rhoades) Kinney, Diane (Elston Rhoades) Klelst, Michele (Elston Rhoades) Koss, Darren (Elston Clevenger Kapetanovlc) Kramer, Deborah (Elston Wenger) Krenkel, Ray (South Central Stelnhlser) Kuhl, Jackie (Rogers Rhoades) Loslnleckl, Dave (Elston Clevenger A Kapetanovlc) Maddox, Carrie (Rogers Koepke) Meadows, Elaine (Westvllle Koepke) Moffett, Tammy (Elston Groth) Paskell, Paige (Elston Rhoades) Pieklelniak, Becky (Elston Magro) Plnnell,-Tammy (Elston Magro) Pytynia, Meredith (Marquette Stark) Stark, Chris (Elston Stelnhlser) Tomlin, Michelle (Marquette Rhoades) Wehrle, Scott (Rogers Groth) White, Tim (Elston Stelnhlser) Williams, Carmellta (Elston Rhoades) Wroblewskl, Jeff (Elston Clevenger Boehner) Zeese, Marcia (Elston Rhoades) I eft-John Groth Advisor Officers Lower Left-Tammy Moffitt Below-Chris Stark Lower Right-Greg Gutreuter The purpose of the Industrial Technology Honor Society is to honor and recognize students who participate in industrial education and achieve excellence in their chosen vocational technical field. Industrial Technology Honor Society members represent the best students in the department. They demonstrate to the public that technology education is practical, and a challening educational path for secondary students. The Elston Industrial Technology Honor Society consists of high- achieving technology students. The organization strives to reward students who perform up to the highest standards of academic excellence in a technical field. The ultimate goals of this organization is to enhance student leadership skills, offer outstanding students a service organization, and to reward those students who achieve excellence in their chosen technical field. In order to be a part of this organization a student ntust be a junior or senior. He or she must also have a 3.0 G.P.A. in industrial subjects, and a 2.5 G.P.A. in academic subjects. An individual must be recommended by two teachers, and then is to be approved by the selection committee. Mr. John Groth, the welding instructor here at Elston, is the teacher that helped establish this organization. Last year was the first year for this organization. The Vocational Honor Society is for any student who is taking classes in the Vocational Technical School. Vocational Honor SocietyElstonian 3 RED DEVILS f Mr. Laux and Mr. Hackelman set specif ics for the book during September. EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS MANAGER ADVERTISING TYPING COMPUTER SPORTS ALBUM MUGS ACADEMIC CLUBS ORGANIZATIONS ART SPONSOR JOSTENS REP. Todd Ash Beth Blarney, Ricardo Llorete. Robin Pecina, Beth Chatfield, Karen Richardson. Elise Noth stine Terri Cuma Lisa Nar-ducci Terri Cuma Lisa Nar-ducci Jill Jahnz, Dawn lx renz, Lisa Narducci Judi Waskow, Carrie Rogers. Greg Moss Darcy Garbacik, Robin Pecina Diane Swiger Joanne Leatherman. Karen Richardson Kim Jasnieski. Anne Glos-senger Paul Laux Mike Hackelman Anne Glossenger Joanne Leatherman Who were the people who worked in room 0-010? They tried to go several directions at once to gather pictures, information and money to make a 176 page book for 1987. The Elstonian was organized by Todd Ash. W'e saw tons of paper work and over 2800 pictures being handled by 20 students and by a man who added a few gray hairs. Thanks Elstonian we made it happen. The cleaning staff knew only paper hitting file 13 was to be thrown. The ceiling, wall and floor was where work could be found. Jill Jahnz Dawn Lorenz 114Todd Ash Carrie Rogers •Judi Waskow Darcy Carhacik, Beth Blarney, Terri Cuma Kim Jasnieski Ricardo Llorente, Karen Richardson Lisa Narducci Robin Pecina liftDrama Club Row 1 Sue Murray. Kurt Breischafl, Joah Engquiit, Beth Barkow, Tim Winaki, Elizabeth Schmitt, Kriati Hollis. Shannon McGarry, Archell Jemison Row 2 Jenny Hardacker. Miriam Cleveland. Nora Weatphal. Bernache Greening, Richard Smith. Arturo Pozoa, Kirk Boa. Beth Vaughn, Lavila Richardson. Lori Nelson. Row 3 Beth Blarney, Jennifer O’Neil, Heather Lohae, Kathy Tanner. Karen Waltz. Shelley Weber. Kathy Brill. Angie Price. Julie Harvey. Susan Coan. Eileen Mitchell, Tammy Taylor. Row 4 Stan Holdcraft, Wendy Barnett, Kim Kellogg. Sarah Williams, Trish Kosteilney. David Williams. Jim Deuitch, Amy Pishkur Drama Club this year delighted audiences with “See How They Run” with director Stan Holdcraft. President of the Drama Club was Beth Barkow. Tim Winski was Vice President and Elizabeth Schmitt was Secretary. Drama Club also sponsored the Spring Musical “Hello Dolly” which enjoyed a prosperous run. Members enjoyed every aspect of the production from on stage performances to behind the scenes production. Drama Club Officers Row 1 Beth Barkow. Row 2 Elizabeth Schmitt, Tim Winski Drama Club 116Row 1 Karen Thompson. Stephanie Wittmer, Julie Harvey, Angela Woolsey, Ricardo Llorente, Louise Allen, Tami Janowski Row 2 Shellee Russell, Elizabeth Mowinski, Wendy Stupeck, Kimberly Peek, Francine Williams, Anne Glossenger, Kellie Bremer Row 3 Steve Chronister, Chris Booz, Bryan Smith, Angie Price, Julie Steele, Anne Marciniak, Brice Holzer, Andy Wetzel, Melissa Callan Row 4 Mario Ellis, James Miller, Cindy Timbrook, Rich Bukva, florin Ross. David Wetzel. Guv See. Beth Blamev. Stephan Koethe, Luke Tasky , , ,v" rr: ■ Assistants help teachers through cn- sises that they might have, such as finding various materials to help students and to keep teachers of sound mind. The Art Assistants take attendance, straighten things that may be out of place and be as helpful as they possibly can. The Art Club meets every Wednesday to do various projects such as crafts, drawings and paintings. The big undertaking of the year is painting office windows, nursing home windows on holidays and the annual ice sculpturing at Washington Park's fun festival. Row 1 Guy See, Anne Glossenger Row 2 Kim Jasnieski, Stephanie Wittmer, Karen Thompson, Eric Caufield Row 3 Francine Williams, Kimberly Peek Row 4 Scott Winfield, Charlene Moore Row 5 Ian Nash, Lorin Ross Art 117Prom Workers The junior class did a terrific job at decorating the prom for the 1987 school year. They spent many long hours after school and on the weekends. Miss Ross and Miss Young, the junior class sponsors, did an excellent job in organizing the prom and helping the junior class with the decorating. Mr. Young. Mr. Holdcraft, and Mr. Marz also contributed to the great success of the prom. Above: Prom committee workers clean out the Prom room to prepare for decorating the prom. Above Right: Miss Ross, a sponsor for the junior class, prepares to use the air compressor. Below: Sue Coan and Julie Craig get the balloons ready for prom night. Below Right: Heather Young and Yasmin Hakim carry the materials needed to get busy and decorate. Prom Workers 118SOPHOMORE Sophomore 119 Sponsors Fran Booth Dan Migliorini Vice President-Deanna Williams President-Keith Argabright Secretary-Angie NelsonCandice Adams Salwa Agemy Andy Allen Debra Anderson Bryan Archie William Argabright Kim Armstrong Mike Baker Kelly Bancroft Tim Banks Keith Barkow Kevin Barkow Carmelita Barnes Fat Barrett Sheila Bartos Dawn Baskevice Thomas Baskin Rick Beal Carrice Bennett David Bennett Mike Bentley Alshanda Biggers Tim Bildhauser Tricia Bishop Thomas Blank Andrea Bolka Dodie Bolka Robyn Bootz Brian Boyd Kathleen Brill Cahty Brown Edgar Brown Edward Brown Tonya Brown David Brubeck David Burch Kevin Burns Kendall Byers Russell Caddo Amy Cains Laura Cannon Reuben Carder Nichole Carlson Jason Cosgrove Christine Caspari Rhonda Chambers Albert Chatman Tekilah Chatman Lisa Childers Denise Chinski Candy Cleek Scott Clemons Mariam Cleveland Vanessa Cloonan Mark Coan Oscar Collier Scott Constable Jennifer Cook Katherine Cook Kenya Corley Jason Cosgrove Karen Coursel Brent Covert Angie Cox Brian Cox Erika Cox Anthwon Crawford Geoff Cryan Victor Dauila Chad Denham Anissa Depriest Richard Dirk Melissa Dombkowski Heather Dubie Marc Dusza Richard Dutcher Diane East Esther Eckwood Dan Edlen Radley Edwards Charrie Ellis Dawn Emerick Kris English Juan Esquivel Rodney Evans Theresa Evans Tony Fahel Joe Farley Sherri Fields Carla Filipiak Jennifer Finney Orlando Finnie Jeff Flanigan Julia Flowers Tammv Fog us Tracy Fog us Sophomore 120Bob Fritz Jennifer Fry Michael Fry Heather Fujihara Mike Galvan Suzanne Gamache Robert Granschow Greg Garbacik Joy Gately Shawn Genson Jennifer Gieser Tricia Gillard Meta Glosser Jonda Gooch Derek Graf Marisa Graft Lisa Granzo Dan Griffin Julie Gring Perez Grinston Mike Hackett Steve Hannon Jenny Hardacker Darnen Harris Julie Harris Janies Harrison Scott Harvel Nanette Harvey Todd Hawkins Tara Headley Scott Heitmann Christy Henderson James Henrich Javien Hernandez Matthew Holda Kristi Hollis Ronald Hollis Becky Holmes Harrison Holtcamp Brice Holzer Adam Houck Chad Howard Charity Howard Douglas Hunt Roberta Irish Carrmai Isbell Eddie Jackson Harry Jackson Roosevelt Jackson Jenny Janus Charlotte Jemison Hadassah Johnson Anthonv Johnston Becky Jones Lloyd Jones David Joyner Zack Judge Erica Kayser Cermen Kelley Debra Kelley Yolanda Kiner Jillian Kirkendall Kate Kisner Steve Kist David Kniola Brandelle Knotts Mark Koepke Stephen Koethe Andrew Koss Vicki Kreag Patrick Krueger LeeAnna Lawson Mark Lawson Ie Dao Hung Phi Le Jason Lee Tony Lenoir John Lestock Eric Levine Norman Lewis Susan Lewis Robert Libke Jason Liebig Larry Lightourne Jenny Lindewald Alex Lynch Chris Lucas Kelli Lord Anne Marciniak Stanley Markiewicz Peter Martin Pete Martorano Robert Mary Carla Mason Theresa Maxey Robin Mayer Sophomore 121Katie McConnell Crai McCray Annie McDaniel Melanie McEwan Holly McGarry Shannon McGarry Christine McGrath Chris McKnight Jennifer McMahan Walter McNeal DeAnna Meyer Scot Middleton Tricia Mikulski Angie Milcarek James Miller Paul Miller Scott Minton Trevor Mishler Ethel Mitchell Mike Mettermann Michelle Mondientz Kelly Moore Paul Moore Cathy Moran Bill Morford Gloria Morgan Beth Morris Elizabeth Mowinski Victoria Nash Donna Natale Rob Neary Angela Nelson Lori Nelson Amy Nevorski Bret Nevorski Mark Oberg Jim Oliver Eva Olsaker Fred Orth Glenn Orzech Joleen Oshea Kathleen Oshea Ken Oszust James Owens Holly Owsley Fidel Pacheco Colleen Papineau Terry Parrish Shaheena Pasha Tony Pecina Danielle Peek Stacey Peters LaVetta Phillips Ryan Phillips William Phillips Michael Piecuch Robert Peicuch James Piotrowski Amy Pishkur Mark Pollock Roman Przybylinski April Rector Michael Retseck Randi Rhanor Lavila Richardson Michael Richley David Rick Nicole Roberts Christine Rodriquez Roslyn Ross Shelly Russell Abrar Sait Erik Samys Bobby Saylor Steven Schill Sean Schoch Michael Schwartz Gregg Scott Lynn Senton Janice Sheu Sonia Leslie Silvasa Kibo Sim Elizabeth Skivers Marie Small Corey Smith Joe Smith Laurie Smith Ramunda Smith Ricardo Smith Shannon Smith Tiffeny Smith Orlando Smoote Tina Smyers Joey Sobecki Tracey Sparkman Sophomore 122Dorlene Spychalski David Steele Jason Steele Richard Stewart Iris Stone Todd Stromer Dawn Sullivan Tanya Surber Stacey Sutton Todd Swistek Eric Switzer Lamar Taylor Jennifer Thom Icue Thomas Lawrence Thomas Yolanda Thomas Dianne Timm Nancy Tompach Carrie Traynom Lisa Trotter Wesley Turner Eugene Turner Brian Tylisz Beth Vaughn Chris Walker Greg Walker Kristin Walker Shelly Waslh Brad Waltz Karen Waltz Valerie Waltz Dawn Ward Rochelle Warren Rodney Washington Terri Webb Shelley Weber Andrew W'etzel Robert White Sandy Wiegand Paula Wiencek Colleen Will Collette Will Julie Will Charles Williams Deanna W’illiams Rochelle W'illiams Robert Willis Mike Wilson Sophomores 123Special Education Kow 1 Donna Malstaff, Paula Allen, Theresa Laux Row 2 Norma Pavloski, Willie Thomas, Jo Harber The library houses materials both in book and audio visual that assists any student making reports, gathering information for a paper or reading for knowledge. The newest area of the library is the computer room located adjacent to the main room. Classes or individuals may retrieve information with educational programs on all levels. The Special Education department works with students in grades 9-12 with a varied background of educational abilities. Students with mild learning handicaps and learning disabilities seek help from the special education staff in the areas of English, Math, Science, Health, Job Skills and Social Studies. Library Assistant Kim Mokrycki Librarian Donna Zawacki 124Academics, the reason we all had to go to school, was one of a kind at Elston. With the endless possibilities of classes to choose from, everyone had different schedules, suited to their interests. Some had mostly vocational classes, some had college prep classes, and others just took classes of all kinds. After taking the required courses, electives of all kinds were available to students. Band, chorus, and Devil Magic were taken by those with musical interests. Those of us who enjoyed P.E. took advanced P.E., while others used their creative ability in art classes. Guiding us through the year were our one of a kind teachers. Whether it was reviving those who fainted while cutting up a frog in Biology, or simply helping us before and after school, our teachers were there for us. Here, we say thank you to all of the teachers who helped guide us through a very important time in our lives. Academics and teachers- one of a kind. Junior Paul Kassal views microorganisms with the aid of a microscope. Academics 126Academics 127Science classes provided a challenge to our students. It taught them about the objects around us. The students in these science classes are given the opportunity to think, explore, and to venture into the unknown. The freshmen class is required to take Biology I. Besides studying cells, DNA, and RNA. This class got their first chance to dissect animals. Favorites were worms, fish, and frogs. Other science classes at Elston High School are Chemistry I and II, Biology II and Physics. With such a science program, it is certain students will be well prepared for future encounters dealing with science. Row 1: Leon Adanson, Roxanne Young, Donald Evett Row 2: Mark Marz, Edward Susnis. Science 128 Mr. Marz demonstrates how to use a microscope.Foreign Language Dan Ruth, Katalin Kallay, Roberta Croft, Barbara Steinke and Alicia Obejas Foreign Language 129 Spanish is the most popular foreign language taught at Elston. The first two years deal with the basics. Along with the language a review of the history of Spain is studied during the third and fourth year. This helps the student further understand the language. This year Mrs. Croft took student to Mexico during spring break. Mrs. Croft, Mrs. Obejas and Mrs. Weik teach Spanish. French has become more and more popular at Elston. Several phases of study are accomplished in order to understand and learn the language. A history of France is reviewed in detail. Traditions and customs of France are also explored. Mrs. Steinke teaches French. The German classes offered at Elston are taught by Mrs. Rally. Four levels are available. The first and second year deal with grammar and vocabulary. The advanced classes are combined and concentrate on German history. Latin has become a fourth language at Elston. This year is the second year for the subject. Mr. Turner began the year as teacher. Latin is making a come back from years past.English Speech English: English language, literature or composition when a subject of study When people hear English, the thought of adjectives, nouns and verbs usually crosses their mind. Well, here at Elston we have a variety of classes. These classes cover materials such as literature, writing essays and acting out skits. The team paper is a BIG project for students taking Research and Report. Enrichment English classes went on a field trip to participate in a Shakespeare Workshop. Theatre and speech are probably not thought of as English classes, but they are. Theatre is a relatively new class added to our English curriculum. This is a good class for those students interested in theatre performance, and theatre production. Speech gives students the opportunity to be able to communicate better, be better understood, and to become good listeners. Speaking situations include persuasive, informative, impromptu, oral interpretation, group discussion, and debate. Richard Dutcher takes a Speech Sarah Williams and Kim Nessler are preparing to take the SAT test in the band room. Mike Dolson, John Dettman and Matthew Nagel make a presentation in English class. ROW 1 Sharon Boysel, Sandra McCormick, Mary Cavender, Jay Showalter, Robert Hogan, Paul Laux TOP ROW Charles Young, Fran Booth, Stan Holdcraft, Max Croft, Kathy Smidt, Mary Joseph English 130Mrs. Showalter discusses the finer points of literature. Diane Swiger and Jennie Smith look up vocabulary words in research and Hope Penrod poses with a friend during an informative speech. Miss Booth emphasizes hard work on term papers. Speech 131Bill Morford cuts lumber for wood shop. Vocational 132 The industrial Educational Department is divided into two sections, Industrial Arts and Vocational Education. The Industrial Arts classes meet for one hour each day while Vocational classes are three hours in length. Students have a wide variety of classes to choose from in both areas. Classes offered include Drafting, Aviation, Electricity, Construction, Manufacturing, Power and Transportation and Building Trades to name a few. Classes offered in the vocational areas include Auto, Welding, Machine Trades, Building Trades, Vocational Electricity and Power. The Industrial Educational Department took on a new look this year with the addition of computers in many of the shops. Several young ladies joined classes this year in increasing numbers. HOW 1 Dan Stout, Dan Migliorini, Pat McDonald. .Jim Clevenger HOW 2 Wallace Sacks, Lynn Steinhiser, Robert Smith, Tony Kapetanovic Joe Coar begins to draw floor plans for a house. Miss Eaton’s class prepares creative crafts.Tammy Moffitt adjusts a machine in machine trades. Mr. Migliorini assists Geoff Plummer in wood shop. Terry Fields opperates a drill press. Tina Chambers makes adjustments to a car in auto shop. Mr. Kapetanovic explains the finer points of electricity to Deval Sanders and Jason Mokrycki. Vocational 133In the Business Department at Elston many different levels of Business Education are offered. Examples are Personal Typing and College Typing. College Typing is advanced to give the student knowledge of papers and special forms. Courses such as Accounting, Data Processing, Office Machines, Business Law with the use of computers in many areas gives the student great insight into the business world. Mrs. Ed ling's typing class works for their time test. Row 1 Beverly Warren, Kathie Fritz, Mildred Edling, Donna Johnson. Row 2 Richard Sparks, Phyllis Starks, Kathy Walker, Joe Martorano. Business 134Business 135Art classes at Elston have gained many new students in the last few years. Eltson offers Basic Art, which is a taste of everything, Advanced Art, which goes a level further and Two Dimensional Art I II. This class consists of drawing, painting, printing and photography. Three Dimensional Art consists of working pottery sculpture, making jewelry and weaving. We had three art teachers this year, Miss Kedo for Basic Art, Mrs. Alinsky for Jr. Sr. Basic and Miss Ross for all advanced classes. Art class isn’t just an easy A class. You must listen to directions and know what you are doing and it helps if you are artistic. Art Class gives a student a place to relax and still get your work done. It also gives you the opportunity for self expression. Students hard at work. Karen Thompson works on a sculpture piece. Art Class 136P.E. was filled with many activities. Swimming, Tennis, Ball games. Aerobics, Track Field and Volleyball were part of the many activities building bodies in many ways. Rushing from the pool to a class proved interesting with a wet head. Team sports proved that students had to work together to accomplish a winning goal. The Math department this year broadened the students mind’s with its many courses that are available. These classes range from General Math and go on as high as Calculus. Math can be monotonous but yet challenging for some student’s. Algebra teachers use variables in place of numbers. Geometry teaches angles and planes. Then you have Trigonometry to rattle your mind with sine, cosine, and lithograms. Some students may get the chance to work and use computers. Every mathematical class is worth taking, with our qualified staff. They will supply you with calculators and computers to work with. Your future is limitless. Row 1: Joan Stewart, Natalie Ness, Theresa Bobinski, Nancy Egan Row 2. Donald Van y. Tilden, Paula Orthman, Jack Warner The class takes notes while Mr. Van Hoy demonstrate Math 138Health Health and Safety classes cover a wide variety of topics dealing with the human body. The first semester deals with health. During this period students get familiar with the various systems which make up the body. Safety is covered in the second semester preparing the student to react to emergency situations where first aid is necessary. Safety in every day situations is stressed and results in reports and presentations in class. Jerry Croll Dan Steinke Bennie Edwards Bob Falls Jackie Michaels Myra Remmel Poster was prepared by Mrs. Remmels classes. Joy Gately makes a presentation in class. An explanation of the human body systems is made. Health 139Social Studies Te9t time in Geography class. At Elston, every student is required to take three years of Social Studies: Geography, U.S. History and Government coupled with Sociology, American Problems, Economics and Black Stud-ies. This was the first year Enrichment U.S. His- tory was offered. Teachers in the department included: Barbara Fritzen, Don Drake, Jeff Freitag, David Quinn, Ronald Kerwin, Norm Bruemmer, Frank Nowak, Sally Petro and Cabot Holmes. Mr. Kerwin instructs from his special desk. Social Studies 140HOME ECONOMICS The Home Economics classes once again filled the second floor halls of the occupations building with a variety of pleasant smells and sounds of buzzing sewing machines. Making clothing and showing at the style show plus preparing creative foods to test ones taste buds proved to be most exciting. Small fry, were also seen playing with older students in child development. Skills taught in these classes included basics of sewing, facts and practical applications of food preparation, working in a restaurant situation, planning home and child development plus planning for every day living. A fine display by the department on the main floor of the occupations building. Row 2 Laura Magro, Diane Timberlake, Renee York, Row 2 Shirley Wenger, Debbie Shaffer. Cindy Williams trys out a new pattern. McDevils prepares a new dish. Mrs. Magro points out proper measurement on a pattern. Home Ec. 141Dolly makes a grand entrance. Horace meets his “blind date,” Ernestina. Elston High School presents Book by by Jerry Herman Michael Stewart Based on the play “The Matchmaker” by Thornton Wilder Cornelius, Dolly, Barnaby, Ermengarde and Ambrose are on their way to New York in their “Sunday Clothes'The ensemble tells the audience to “Call On Dolly if your eldest daughter needs a friend" “HELLO, DOLLY!” CAST Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi Ernestina Ambrose Kemper Horace Vandergelder Ermengarde Cornelius Hackl Barnaby Tucker Irene Mollcy Minnie Fay Mrs. Rose Rudolph Judge Court Clerk Beth Barkow Jenny O’Neil Jack King Kurt Breischaft Sue Coan Tim Winski Josh Engquist Heather Lohse Elizabeth Schmitt Miriam Cleveland Arturo Pozos Arturo Pozos Miriam Cleveland Right Horace admonishes his niece. Ermengarde: "Dare to be an old maid. Ermengarde. and I'll cut you off without a cent." Play 143 Cornelius and Barnaby leern to dance with the help of Minnie. Irene and Dolly.Class Sponsors Barbara Fritzen Bob Hogan FRESHMEN Freshmen 144 Angie Price-Secretary Jason Montgomery-Vice President President-Geoff Gilmore grs ? vid JLaa k Lisa Abbott Eric Adams Stephanie Anderson Wayne Anderson Barbara Aragon Sharon Ashley Roy Atwater Tim Baker Jenny Barcevic Jermaine Barnes Mario Baron Darrin Barth Jeffery Bartlett Burt Bearickx Andy Beaver Daniel Beaver I»ri Berrier Jenni Biela Allan Biggers Clarence Black Nadine Black Javaughn Blakely Christopher Booz Chris Bottom Ellen Brady Anthony Brewer Edward Brown Erin Brummell Kathy Bukva John Butler Dixie Butts (■eisha Byrd Trina Byrd Kendra Byvoets Steven Chronister Dawn Choate Dan Caldwell Pete Callan Mike Callahan Deanna Cander Laura Cannon Sammie Carter Jason Castner Rob Caufieid Randy Chambers Tatarlesha Clark Chad Cochran James Coleman Bill Comer Matthew Cooney Camebon Corley Yalonda Cover Melanie Covert Heidi Cox Sharon Craig Tracy Crowder Cathy Curry Dadra Curry Karen Cushway Brenda Daniel Brock Davis Penny Davis Amy Delonis Renice DeVault Jeff Devitch Charles Diab Brett Dibkev Darrell Diedorf Matt Dimke Mike Ditzer Jimmy Dockery Peter Dolson Thomas Dombkowski Maris Downs Aaron Drzewiecki Melissa Durnell Carita Eaton Coretta Eckwood Michelle Elkins Jeffrey Ellis Mario Ellis Donna Emerick Raquel Evans Christopher Everly Patty Faith Tracey Farler Jennifer Ferguson Terry Fields Chad Finke Stacy Fite Angela Florer Camisha Foster Dawn Franckowski Kathy Fratgillo James Free! Matt Fried ley 145 FreshmanKarl Friedrich Katie Fritz Mark Fugate Ben Fulwider Charles Gaddis Donessia Garrett Rechelle Gaston Kristen Gazarkiewicz Marion Gerbec Jason German Monsignor Gilbert Geoff Gilmore Jason Ginther Cheryl Beason Chrissy Glade Shari Gianders Heather Goff Adam Gomez Christine Granacki Bernadette Greening Greg Halama Erin Hamilton Natalie Hamilton Ali Hammoud David Hauskins James Hayden Patrick Hayes Jerry Heath Valerie Helmken Shannon Heuck Willette Hewlett Michael Heying Angie Hickman Steve Hicks Jennifer Hoeppner Jason Hogan Nadine Holzer Andrea Hootman Dave Hornyak Margo Howard Tolethia Howard Kimberly Hudson Monisa Hudson Orson Hudson Dorene Human Rick Hunter Erin Hydek Lamees Ibrahim Laura Jacks Brett Jackson Charles Jackson Jill Jacox Susan Jasicki Drak Jensen Willie Jones Brian Jumche Chrystal Kettiers Maurice Key Cory Kihlstrom Angela Kirby Jeff Klingler Mark Klosowski Jim Knigga Debra Koch William Krock Latonya Kyles Denae Laberge Carlos Laster I .avia Lawson Be Le Tri Le Betsy I ee Roger Lenoir Kimberly I evendoski Joe Lewis Keith Lewis Terry Lewis Merritt Lloyd Eric I ogan Jeff Logan Brian Losniecki Gene Macalka Scott Mack Angela Macon Jonathan Manigold Brent Martinson Todd Marshall Dawn Mauger Cindy McBride Michelle McBride Michael McGrath Bill Meece Sharon Meer Eric Mertl Mark Messacar Brigette Meyer 146 FreshmenKimberly Meyer Tracy Milakovic Tracey Miller Lisa Millick Melissa Mills Vanessa Mitchell Danielle Moisan Russell Moist Jason Mokrycki Jason Montgomery James Moore Stacie Morlan Mike Mosley Lemon Mosly Jim Moss Neda Mroueh Susan Murray Kim McOay Amber Nagel Ryan Neary Jessica Neulieb Tim Nevorski Michael Newbanks Jennifer Nickell Michelle Nieman Ian Nilson Melissa Norman Klise Northstine Travis Obrien Karen Oltz Anthony Oneil Kenny Oneill Cara Oman Gregory Orzech Gene Orzech Elizabeth Pacheco Charisse Parker Denice Parker Ken Patterson Don Pearce Tracy Pecina Timothy Pendleton Nashelle Perry-Dawn Pflughaupt Craig Pheglev Alisha Phillippe Angela Phillips Trina Phillips V i Dawn Peotrowski Lisa Pishkur Dara Pitman Dawn Pitman Geoff Plummer Jo Ann Porterfield Angela Price Jeff Prus Sandra Pryor Thomas Quinn Eric Ramsey Mark Ramsey Monique Rastenis Korz Reid Patty Retsack Eric Richards Tasha Ringo Kim Robbins Jennifer Rocke Sandy Rodriquez Jay Refers Sarah Rogers Tanya Ross Megan Rubeck Ginny Ruckel Litoia Sanders Kristen Schmaltz Ryan Schroeder Matt Schooley Brian Seyring Krig Sennett John Seppyes I eroy Shark Heather Sharpin Tricia Shepard Matt Shula Stephen Silvasi Terrance Singleton Terrelyn Singleton Karen Sitkiewicz Christopher Small Brian Smith Damon Smith Peter Smith Patricia Sparkman Althea Southward Tanganyika Stalberte Julie Steele Freshman 147 James Steinhagen Shelly Stout Brian Strauss Angela Stubbs Wendy Stupeck Blanche Sweeney Darrell Swistek Jeff Summerlin Traci Tackett Luke Tasky Windroe Taylor Shane Tilden Tracie Tillman Marcus Traynom Heather Tripp Tashia Turner Troney Upsher Kishon Verner Mark Vega Ix»ri Veden Peter Vaughan Eric Walden Thomas Walsh Shannon Walker Angela Walters Kelly Waltz Tara Wedow Heather West Nora Westphal Prince Whetstone Omar White Boss White Melissa Whiteaker Terry Whitehorn Valerie Williams Pete Willis Emily Wilson Jason Wingard Jennifer W'inski Jennifer Wittmer Julie Wozniak Damon Wren Denise Wroblewski Brian Young Magda Young l aura ZaknounM.C.A.S. Administration Row 1-Dick Presser, Superintendent, Clyde Zeek. Row 2-Jim Williams, A1 Whitlow, Dick Cook, Robert Dillon M.C.A.S. School Board 150 Greg Hanke, Phyllis Patterson, Diana Dibke, Melvin Merriweather. Ray Steel, Karen Janus, Carl SwensonPRINICPALS- John White, Tim Bietry, Robert Rumsey Mr. Bietry shows school spirit while talking on the phone. Mr. Rumsey checks a Notre Dame score with a voice on the other end of his radio. Row 1-Daisy Helmken, Harriett Wright Row 2 Carole Bell, Janet Melnyk, Shirley Aigner, Cyndee Windle, Elaine Bartnick 151152 Above, Counselors: Judith Kerestury, Bob Aigner, Mary Christy and Florene Troyer.We are very grateful to all our business advertisers who have generously supported the 1987 Elstonian. Our yearbook would not be possible or as successful without their support.WE NEED Red Cross Blood Services Fort Wayne Region AMERICAN RED CROSS Michigan City Chapter 232 EAST 8th ST. MICHIGAN CITY, IN 46360 PH. 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Wayne MS Antrliff. lawlie Kl Aquino. Paul 20. 30 Aragon. Harliara MS Archie. Hr van 130 Argahright. Keith U. MO. 90. 100. NO Argahright. William 120 Armstrong. Kim 120 Armstrong. Tim :t0 Ash. Todd 12. 18. 19. 29. 30. 37. 44. 4S. 90. 92. IIS. 149. 100 Ashley. Sharon MS . Ashmore. Mvka 20. :W. SO. 68. 89. 94. 149 Atwatar. Roy MS A vary. lasa HU. 97 B • Baker. Christina Hit Baker. David MM Baker, Jennifer 56. MM. 9M Baker. Mika 121 Baker. Tim MS Bancroft. Kari 20. :tO Bancroft. Kelly 120 Banes. Tim 84 Hanirki. Hryan HM Hanks. Scott 20 Hanks. Tim 6M. 92. 130 Karcevic. Jenny I4S • Bark lev Robert 20. : » Harknw. Hath IS. 20. 118 Harkow. Keith 44. 9S. 109. III. 120 Harkow. Kevin 44. 9S. 120 Barnes. Carmalita 190 Karnes. Jermaine MS Barnes. Wendv 20. .10 Harnatt. Wendy 82. KM. 92. 98. UN . III. 118 Hamn. Mario 77 Haron. Mario I4S Barrett. Pat ISO Hartals. Michael KM Barth. Chris 20 Harth. Darrin I4S Kart left. Jeff 77. I4S Harlmek. Klaine ISI Hartos. Sheila 120 Haskevice. Dawn 130 Baskin. Thomas 130 Hau hack. Jay 58. S9. 88. HM. 92. 100 Heal. Rick 120 Hearicky. Hurt MS Haason. Cheryl 148 Heaver, Andy I4S Heaver. Dan Itl9. I4S Hell. Carole ISI Bell. I » 20. 30. 109 Henner. Kevin 20. 30. 98 Hen net. Cornelius 8M Hennett. Carrice 120 Bennett, Corey 84 Hennett. David 120 Hennrky. Hurt 84 . Bentley. Connie 20. MO. 77. Ilti Hentlry, Mike 109. 120 Berg. Martha IS2 Berger. R.dirrt 20. 30. 63. 84. NO Hernard. lisa KM. 92. Ill Berner. Darrell 20. 96 Herrier. lain 70. MS Hetnu. Anna 07. 09. 20. MO. 9M Biela. Jenm MS Bietry. Tim 13. M7. ISI Bigger . Allana 84. 65. 83. MS Bigger . AUhanda 120 Higgerstaff. James Kt Hildhauser, Don Kt Hildhauser. Tim 9M. 120 Hirkholz. Christopher 20. Mo. IS9 Bishop. Tricia 120 Hlack. Clarence MS Black. Nadine MS Blackly. Jake HO Blakeley. Jav 8S Blakely. Javaughn MS Hlakemore. James M0 Hlakemore. Joel Ml Blarney. Beth 19. 20. M0. 9M. IIS. 118. 117. ISO Bland. Treasie HM Hlank. Thomas 74. 130 Hlieden. Sean 20. 29. M0. S8. 91. HM. 109. 149 Holnnski. Theresa 138 Hock. Matt 59. HM Ho|(art. Robert IB Hoguslawski. (leorge 20. . 0 Holka. Andrea SS. 120 Holka. IVidle 120 Bonner. Robert 98 Booth. Pran ION. 119. IM0. IMI Hoot . Robvn 80. 120 Kooz, Christopher 117. MS Boa. Kirk 83. 118 Bottom. Chris MS Bottom. Debra IB Hm. Paul 77. HM. 97 Hovd. Brian 120 Hoysel. Sharon IM0 Ho arth.-Chrislv 80. HM. 98 Hraddv. Derek t£l Brady. Hllen 108. MS Kreischaft. Kurt 20. 30. 118 Bremer. Kellie 20. 29. II. 117 Brewer. Anthony MS Brill. Kathy 9M. III. 118. 130 Brooks. Audrey Kl Brown. Cathy 120 Brown. Kdgar 85. 1211 Brown. Kdward 120. MS Brown. Marc 20 Brown. Tonva 120 Kmheck. Dave 92. 95. 98. 109. 130 Bruce. Stacev 09. 20. M0. 110 Hrummell. Knn I4S Hukva. Kathy 95. 146 Hukva. Richard 30. 117. IM8 Hulakowski. Pamela Kl Burch. David 138 Burns. Darren 20 Burns. Kevin 77. 121 Burton. Cellia Kt Butler. John 145 Butler Kathy 30. 56 Butler. Rich 12. 44 Hulls. Dine I4S Bulls. Uura Kt. 98 Byers, Kendall 120 Hvrd. Geisha MS Byrd. Tammy 72. 79. 83 Hvrd. Tnna 84. MS Byvotes. Kendra 80. 90. 145 C Caddo. Russell 120 Cains. Any 92. 120 Caldwell. Dan 84. MS Calhoon. Dim Kt Callahan. Danielle 30 Callahan. David Kt Callahan. Mike 84. MS Cal Ian. Melissa 301. 90. 92. Hl8. 117 Callan. Pete 145 Calvin. Wendy 99 Canard. Mike Kt Cander. Deanna 145 Cannon. I .aura 120. MS Carder. Cary 83 Carder. I .aura 83 Carder. Reuben 120 Carey. Tonya 70. 72. 83. 95 Carlisle. Beth 56. KM Carlson. Nichole 130 Carmen. Amy "29 Carr lasa 21 Carter. Kelly Kt Carter. Sam 80. MS Carter. Steve 8d, 84. 80. Kt. 91 (ash. Darrell Kt. 84. HO Cash. Sharonne 08. 09. 18. 29. 70. 72. 73. 9t . 163 Cash. Yvonne 18. 29. SO. 70. 92 Caspari. Christy 54. SS. 120 Castner. Jason 77, I4S Cautield. Uric 117 Caulield. Roll MS Cavender. Mary 130 Chambers. Pamela Kt. 97 Chambers. Randv MS Chambers. Rhonda 120 Chambers, ina 21. 133 Champion. Tomeko Kt. 98 Chat field Amy 21 Chatman. Albert 121 Chatman. Tekilah 120 Chavez. Carl 21. 100 Chavez. Mart 80. Kt. It 9 Childers. Kevin Kt Childers. I.isa 130 Childress. Todd Kt Cfcinaki. Denise 60.61. 121 Choatr Dawn I4S Christy. Mary IS2 Chronister. Steve 117. 146 Clark. Tatarlesha MS Clerk. Candy 107, 130 Clemtms. Scott 130 Cleveland. Miriam 92. 116. 130 Clevenger, Jim 13 2 Clevenger. John 6M. 64. 80. 82. Kt. 91. 1410 Cloonan. Vanessa 92. 130 Com. Mark 59. 9M. 120 Cwn. Susan 82. Kt. 90. 9M. Itl8. III. 116. 118 Coar. Joe Kt. IM2 Cot hran. Chad 77. 145 Cot hran. Rhett Kt. 9M. 95 Coleman. James MS Coleman. Tahatha 21 Collier. (War 63. 64. 77. HU 120 Coiner. Hill MS Conklin. Connie 21 Connell. David Kt Constable. Soilt 120 Cook. Christine 21 Cook, link ISO Cook. Gary 21 Cook. Jennifer 92. III. 120 Cook, Katherine 120 Cook. Kathy 107 (‘turn. Ken Kt. 84. Kt. UN Cooney. Kdward 21 Cooney. Matthew MS Cooper. Julius 83. 9.1 Cooper. Yvonne Kt Copley. Kim Kt • Vordwy. Barbara 152 Corley. Cameron MS Corley. Kenya 72. 120 Ct»grove. Jason 74. 92. 120 Coursel. Karen 120 Cover. Yalonda 145 Covert. Brent 139 Covert. Malerie 7t» (‘overt. Melanie MS Coa. Angie 120 Co . Brian 120 Co . Curtis KM Cm. Krika 120 Cod. Heidi I4S Coyle. Kellv 21. 38. 72. 94 Craig. Franklin 21 Craig. Julie SO. 82. Kt. 9.1. 95. 11 Craig. Sharon I4S Crane. Rhonda 21 Crane. Shawn 21 Crawford. Anllwoti 120 Crawford. Jesse 77 Crawford. Wendy KM. HIT Croft. Man 12. 44. 130 Croft. Riiherta 92. 139 ( roll. Jerry 74. 139 Crowder. Tracy I4S Cruise. Tony KM Cryan. Geoff 130 Culpepper. Donnie Kt Cuma. Scott 21. 29. 109 turn . Terri SO. 68. Kt. 92 97. IIS 155 Cunningham. Dave 12 Curry. Cathy MS Cum. Dadra MS Cum. Kathy 6n Cti hwav. Karen 145 Cushway. Sam 80. 93 D l) Ar angelis. Rick 102. 103 Dahagia. Lincoln Kt Dabhert. Dave 95 Dabney. Brvanl 21. 66. 92 Daniel. Brenda I4S Daniel. Cuaie 62. KM. 64 77. 80 Daniels. Thomas KM Daniels. Tom 99 Davila. Victor KM. 64. 120 Davis. Brock 77. MS Davis. Donald KM Davis. Penny 145 Davis. Vickie KM. 98 Day. Angela KM DeHone. Aimee 60. Kt Deloms. Amy MS Drmchak. ( arl 21. 93 Denham. Chad 130 Denney. Sahnna 21 Dennison Mona Kt Depriest. Amssa 93. 120 DeRole. Heather Kt Dettman. John 21. 40. 109. 130 Deuitch. Jeff KS. I4S Deuitch. Jim Kt. 93. 96. 100. III. 116 Deutscher. Robin Kl DeVault Renice MS Diah. Charles MS Ihmi. Manuel 07. 21 Dilike. Diana ISO Dibkey. Brett KS. I4S Iherdorf. Darrell 64. MS Dillard. David Kt Dilliun. Rolwrt ISO Dimke. Christine 60. 68. 69. Kt. 91. 92. HM Dimke. Matt 64. 77. MS Dirks. Richard 93. 120 Dozer. Mike MS I Vickery, ('arlester Kt iVw-kery. Jimmy I4S iVs kerv. Tony 21 iVdson. Mike 21. 29. 52. S3. 80. 99. 109. 130 iVilson. Natalie 70. 82. Kt. 91. 99 IVdson, Peter 64. 77. MS iVimbkowski. Melissa 82. Kl. 107. 120 I Vimblowski. Thomas 84. KS. 145 I Vimbrowski. ( arol IS2 iVirshak. Amy 21. 107. Ill iViuglas. Tim 83 IViwns. lance Kl. 84. Kt IViwns. Maris MS Dr ewiet ki. Aaron MS Dubie. David Kt. Kt Dubie. Heather 9Ct. 120 Dudek. John Kl Dudek. Steve 83 I hid ley. Abraham 66. 80. HI. Kt Duff, (ireg 21. 29. 109 Dumell. Melissa I4S Dus a. Man 120 Dusza. Matt 21 Dutcher. Paula 21 Dutcher. Richard S3. 120. 130 E Fast. Diane 120 Baton. Angebqiie 21. 92. Ill Katon. t'arita III. MS Baton. Debbie 132 Bckwood. Andrew 64. 80. Kt Bckwood. Coretta I4S Kckwood. hist her 120 hldlen. DAn 120 hldlen. Kell 111 hldlen. Steve 21 hailing. Mildred 134 hldwards. Bennie KS. 7l». 139 hat wards. David 98 hldwards. Gail 42. 82. Kt hldwards. Kathy 21 hldwards. I a non Kt Index 171Kdwardv Mike 21. 52. 53. 109 Kdwards. Kadlev 120 Howard . Kichard 53. 83 Bean. Nancy 42. 138 Kldrtdge. Thomas 8:1 Klenz. Hi ken 60. 81. 92. 108 Klkins. Michelk 145 Kllis. Charm 120 Kllis. Jeffrey 145 Kllis. Mar . II?. 145 Kills. Sue 54. 55. 79. 83. 95. 99 Khraod. Derek 62. 63. 64. 77. 83 Kmerick. Dawn 120 Kmerick. Donna 145 Kmerick. Kelly 21. 98 KnglbJi. Kris 107. 120 Knmuist. Josh 81. 93. 116 Krow. Karev 83 Ksquivel. Juan 91. 109. 120 Kvans. Carla 83 Kvans. Martina 22. 99 Kvans. Kaquel 145 Kvans. Rodney 63. 64. 85. 120 Kvans. Theresa 120 Kverly. Christopher 109. 145 Kvett. Donald 94. 128 F Fahel. Tony 120 Fairchild. Roderick 81 Faith. Monty 22. 92. 98. 109 Faith. Fatty 60. 145 Falls. Robert 85. 139 Falls. Ron 83 Falls. I'resa 35. 70. 72. 83. 98 Fane. Klkn 82. 81. 92. 98. 100. Ill Fane. Margaret 82. 81. 93. 100. Ill Farley. Joe 77. 120 Farkv. Tracey 145 Fennel. Hill 19 Fennell. Hill 22. 101 Ferguson. Jennifer 60. 145 Fields. Sherri 55. ISO Fields. Steve 22 Fields. Terry 64. 77. 133. 145 Filipiak. (aria 50. 91. 101. 120 Filipiak. Kendra 83 Finke. Chad 90. 92. 145 Finney. Jennifer 68. 69. 91. 120 Finney. Orlando 77. 120 Fischer. Marcia 82. 84. 100, 101. Ill Fite. Stacy 145 Flanigan. Jeff 120 Flesher. Dreg 84. 93, 98 Flesher. laurie 22 Mowers. Angela 145 Flowers. Julia 120 Fly. Kevin 22 F «us. Tammy 120 Fugu». Tracy 120 Ford. Quincv 102. 103 Matter. Camisha 64. 68. 145 Fiwter. Mark 84 Franckowski. Darren 22 Franckowski. Dawn 14ft Frasure. Marty 22. 30. 83. 64 Fratgillo. Kathy 145 Fredrich. lusa 107 ‘ Freel. James 74. 145 Freitag. Jeff 58 59 Freyman. Marcus 109 Friedky. Matt 74. 145 Fried lev. Haul 22. 157 Friedrich. Karl 146 Friedrick. Karl 64 Fritz. Hob 44. 85. 121 Fritz. Kathy 134 Fritz. Katie 55. III. 146 Fntz. Michelle 84 Fritzen. Karhara MM. 144 Fry. Jennifer 101. 121 Fry. Michael 85. 121 Fugate. Mark 146 Fujihara. Heather 64. 90. 92. 121 Fulwider. Hen 146 G Caddis. Charles 146 Callion. Jeannie 82. 84. 90. 99 Calvan. Mike 64. 121 Camache. Suzanne 101. 121 Canschow. Robert 121 Cararkiewicz. Paula 91 Carhacik. Darcy 84. 91. IIS. 156 Carhacik. Creg 121 Cardncr. Anthony 22 Carrett. Anthony 80. 84 Carretl. Donessia 146 Gaston. Rechelle 146 (lately. Joy 60. 9t. 121, 1.39 Catzka. Jason 64 Cazarkiewicz. Kristen 146 Gazarkiewicz. Pat 22. 29 Cazarkiewicz. Paula 19. 22. 30. 92. 108 Ceddes. Jason 84 Geiaer. Jenny 46 Genson, Shawn 121 George. Karen 84 (krhec. Marion 146 German. Jason 146 Gianders. Shari 146 Gielow. Doug 82. 84. 91. MM. Ill Gieser. Jennifer 92. 121 Gilbert. Monsignor 85, 146 Gillard. Tricia 121 Gilmore, feoff 53. 144. 146 Gilmore. Lori 22. 60. 92 Cinlher. Jason 146 Glade. Chriasy 146 Clanz. Chris 22 Classman. Cheryl 110 Gliawenger. Anne 84. 111. 114. 117. 136 Glosaer. Meta 121 Chaser. Thomas 22. 98 Glover. Tammy 84 Goede. Michelle 110 (toff. Heather 146 Gomez. Adam 146 Gondeck. Patrick 8). 64. 84 Gooch. Jordan 121 Gorigus. Valerie 22 Gough. Steve 84 Gowin. Michael 22. .31. .53. 80. 109. Ill Graf. Ikrek 121 Graf. Marisa 70. 72. 93. 121 Gralik. Tony 22. 99 Granacki. Christine 46. 146 Granzo. lJsa 121 Green. Kim 84 Greene. Uura 84. 93. 107. Ill Greening. Hernache 116 Greening. Hernadette 96. 146 Griffin. Dan 93. 121 firing. Julie 90.92. III. 121 firinston. Perez 121 Grogan. Mitzi 22. 31 Gronceski. Steven 84 Groth. John 112. 113 Gutreuter. Greg 31. 83. 64. 77. 109 Haherman. Kathy 82. 84. 100. Ill Hack. Michael 80 Hack. Scott 80 Hackett. Mike 121 Haddad. Jim 31. 95. 96 Haferkamp. Chip 84 Hahn. Tom 40. 62. 83. 64. 84. 109 Hajvert. Joyce 84 III Hanke. Greg 150 Hannon. Steve 121 Hapke. Dave 152 Harhcr. Jo 109. 124 Hardacker. Jenny 93. 116. 121 Harder. Dr Am 23. 31. 50. 92 Harmon. Diane 84 Harmon. Scott 22 Harris. Damen 121 Harris, Hope 22. 31. 110 Harris, Julie 121 Harris. Linda 84 Harris, Valerie 84 Harrison. James 121 Harrison. Jeff 84 Hartke. Amber 84 Harvrl. Scott 91. 109. 121 Harvey. Julie 84. 96. III. 116. 117 Haverstock. Liz 68 Hawkins. Jodi 22. 31 Hawkins. Todd 121 Hayden. James 146 Hayes. Patrick 146 . Hayvert. Joyce 99 Headley. Tara III. 121 Heath. Jerry 146 Hebb. Anthony 22. 31 Heeg. ScoU 22. 31 Heffron. Mary 84. 92 Heilman. Scott 74. 121 Hekter. Greg 84 Helmken. Daisy 151 Helmken. Penny 22. 31 Helmken. Valerie 146 Hrminger. Heidi 19. 22. 93. 95. 111 Henderson. Charles 22. 31 Henderson. Christy 121 Hennessey. I igh 46. 82. 84. 100 Henrich. Jim 9t. 121 Hernandez. Javien 121 Hernandez. Jessie 22 Hesch. Chris 22. 31. 92 Heuck. Hilly 84 Heuck. Shannon 146 Hewlett. Willett 146 Keying. James 84. 92 Heying. Michael 146 Hiatt. Kristen 84 Hickman. Angie 146 Hicks. Steve 64. 146 Hoeppner. Jennifer 107. 146 Hogan. Jason 64. 146 H.«an. Robert 130. 144 Holda. Matthew 44. 121. 167 Holdcraft. Sun 118 130 Hollihan. Theresa 31 Hollis. Kristi 118 121 Hollis. Ronald 121 Holmes. Becky 55. 92. 121 Holmes. Cabot 53. 53, 80 Holtcamp. Harrison 121 Holtcamp. Jamie 84 Holzer. Brice 117. 121 Holzer. Nadine 146 Hmitman. Andrea 146 Hornyak. Dave 146 Houck. Adam 121 Houston. Curtis 84 Howard. Andria 84 Howard. Chad 77. 121 Howard. Charity 121 Howard. Margo 146 Howard. Talethia 107. 146 Hu. Pei 07. 96 Hu. Pei-Yi 23. 31 Hudson. Deidra 31 Hudson. Kimberly 107. 146 Hudson. Monisa 146 Hudson. Orson 64. 77. 146 Human. Dorene 46. 70. 146 Humbers. David 63. 64. 77. 80. 84 Hunsley. Theron 77. 84 Hunt. Douglas 121 Hunter. Kick 146 Hynek. Krin 92. 146 I Ibrahim. Keneen 82. 84 Ibrahim. 1 Jimee 146 Ingehngtsen. Surla 23 Insh. Roberta 93. 121 I shell, farrmal 121 Isbell. Melany 31 J Garner. James 29. 30. 62. 83. 64. 80. 81. 98 Harvey. Nanette 121 Hauskins. David 44. 64. 146 HaKim. Yasmin 46. 82. 84. 93. 99. 100. 118 Halama. Greg 74. 146 Halfacre. Jeff 64 Hamilton. Krin 60. 146 Hamilton. NaUlie 146 Hammill. Kleanor 152 Hammond. Ali 146 Ham mood. Hasten 19. 22. 90. 95. 96. Mil. 109. Jacks. I .aura 146 Jacks. Michael 84 Jackson. Brett 146 Jackson, Charles 146 Jackson. Donles 23, 31 Jackson. Kddie 83. 64. 77. 80. 121 Jackson. Harry 121 Jackson. Kim 84 Jackson. I.arry 84 Jackson. Lisa 23. 31 Jackson. Marlene 23. 70 Jackson. Melany 23 Jackson. Koioevelt 121 Jacox. Jill 51. 146 Jadvam. Mark ft. 23. 31. 91. 101. 109 Jahnz, Christine 84 ’ Jahnz. Jill 84. III. 114. 155. 156. 161 Janowski. Tami 84. 98. 117 Janus. Chris 23. 29. 31. 95. 109 Janus. Jenny 42. 43. 92. III. 121 Janus. Karen 150 Jarr. Kevin 66 Jarrett. Kevin 80. 84. 109 Jasicki. Susan 146 Jaanieaki. Kim 23. 115. 117 Jeans. Robert 23. 31 Jemisen. Char I0H Irm.son. A rebel I 84. 98. 116 Jemison. Charlotte 121 Jenkins. David 74. 82. 84. 100 Jensen. Drak 146 Jesse. Scott 23. 31 Johns. Amy 84. 92 Johnson. Boh l Johnson. Dave 23 Johnson. Donna 134 Johnson. Hadassah 121 Johnson. Jenine 84 g Johnson. Pam 19. 23. 29. 31. 33. 60. 91. 92. MM • Johnson. Robert 110 Johnson. Yolanda 23. 31 Johnston. Anthony 93. 121 Johnston. Jennifa 84 Jones. Becky 91. 121 Jones. IJoyd 121 Jones. Willie 146 Jiweph. Mary 130 Jovien. Sort! 84. MM. Ill Joyner. David 121 Judge. Zack 121 Jumche. Brian 146 K Kaczocha. Melissa 23. 91 Kaletha. Darren 23 Kaletha. Scott 29. 31. 62. 81. 64. 66. 67 Kallay. KaUlin 9t. 129 Kapetanovic. T« ny 132 Kassal. Paul 80. 84. 94. 95. 128 128 Kavall. Michelle 31 Kayser. Krica 121 Kazmierczak. Kris 84. 91. 92 Kazmucha. Stacie 23. 31. 50. 68 Keating. Jeff 23. 31. 91. 91. 94. 95. MM. Ill Kelley. Carmen 121 Kelley. Dehra 121 Kellogg. Kim 82. 84. 100. III. 116 Kent. Klnora 23. 31 Kerestury. Jeff 12. 44. 59. 66. 84. 101. Ill Kerestury. Judith 152 Keresy. Shelia 84. 94 Kerwm. Ron 112. 140 Kettlers. ChrysUl 146 Key. Maurice 146 Kihlstrom. Cory 96. MM. 146 Killmgheck. Terry 23. 31 Kim. Michelle 09. 23. 31. 91. 98 Kiner. Sandy 23. 31 Kmer. Yolanda III. 121 King. Jack 84. 91 Kinney. Gary 23. 31. 91. 101 Kinney. Scott 64. 93 Kinney. Steve 84 Kmtzele. Matthew 23. 31. 52. 53. 80. 94. MM. 149 Kirby. Angela 146 Kirkendall. Bill 92 Kirkendall. Jillian 121 Kist. Steve 121 Klingler. Jeff 77. 146 Klosowski. Mark 64. 140. 146 Index 172Knigga. Jeff 23. 99. 109 Knigga. Jim 64. 146 Kniola. David 121 Knotts. Hrandelle 121 Koch. Debra 146 Koehler. Tom 23. 31 Koepke. Jeanna 23 K iepke. Mark 121 Kiwthe. Stephan 93. 117. 121 Kim . Andrew 121 Korn. Drew II. 53. 80 Koslielnev. Tricia 82. 84. 99. 100. 116 Kozinski. Suzanne 23. 3| Krarhitwki. Hill 84 Kramer. Debbie 23. 31. 99 Kramer. Judy 96 Kreag. Knc 24. 31. 77. 80. 94. 96 K rente. Virki 121 Krork. William 64. 92. 146 Kroehler. Sue 36 Kroueh. Neda III Kmuse. Andrew 96 Krueger. Patrick 121 Kuhach. Roliert 84 Kulrh. Krick 84 Kyle , lalonya 146 L Laberge. Denae 146 Ijimpher. Hill 84 landing. Jonathan 84. 93 lainge. Mike 24. 31 la»l«, Carlo 146 Uus. Paul 90. 97. 114. 130 l-aux. Theresa 124 laiwaon, l.avla 146 lawson. lawAnna 121 lawoin. Mark 121 lawiton. Sam 84 I . Be III. 146 l e. Dao 64. 91. 121 U. Hung 121 I . Phi 77 I . Tri 146 Ualheeman. Joanna 84. 110. 114 l. ckie. Paul 6.3. 64. 84 l e. Betsy 70. III. 1 6 Ut. Jaaon 63. 64. 121 Uffler, Marty 24. 31 Uihig. Jason 64 Union. Mike 36 Unoir. Angela 84 Unoir. Roger 146 Unoir. Tony 63. 64. 121 Lenoir. Wallace 24. 31. 36. 66. 84 Unoir. Willi 24. 31. 36 l estork. John 121 Uvendoski. Kimberly 146 Irvine. Kric 121 Irvine, Tanya 24. 31 l ewi . Darin 84 l ewis, Knc 24. 31. 96. 149 l-ewis, Heidi 84 l ewia, Joe 146 l-ewia. Keith 64. 146 l.ewi . U-nnie 24. 31 l wi . Norman 121 l ewi . Susan 121 l.cwis. Terry 66. 146 l wis. WalliM 84 Libke. Hob 66. 90. 92. 109. III. 121 l.ibke. Klizabeth 19. 24. 29. 31. 34. 60. 91. 101. 108. III. 149 l.ihke. Pam 84 Liebig. Jaaon 121 Lighthurne. I-am 77. 121 l.indhorg. Ann 84. 110 l.indewald, Jenny 121 • 1.1.-rente. Ricardo 07. 09. 24. 3|. 37. 80. 81. 92. 116. 117. 169 Lloyd. Mernt 68 Lloyd. Merritt 108. 146 laigan. Kric 146 Uigan. Jeff 146 ladiae. Heather 24. 29. 31. 93. 94. 108. 116 U»rd, Kelli 121 laird. Mike 24. 31 lairent. Dawn 24. 31. 98. 114 laaumecki. Brian 64. 146 lawimecki. Michael 84 laiwry. Michelle 84. 107 . Lucas. Chria 121 Uickett. Tim 66 Luscomb. Susan 84. 107 Lynch. Alex 121 M Macalka, Dene 146 Mack. Aundria 24. 31 Mack. Scott 66. 146 Mackey. Diane 84. 99 Macon. Angie 72. 146 Macon. Paula 24. 31. 107 Macon. Troy 24. 31. 99 Madkina. l OB 84 Magro. I .aura 141 Maize. Ruth 1.62 Malstaff. Donna 124 Manduiano. Ana 07. 84. 92 Manigold, Jonathan 96, 146 Mann. Hrian 24. 31. 62. 63. 64. 77 Mann. Melisaa 63. 64. 84. 92 Marciniak. Anne 117, 121 Mark. Chria 84 Mark. John 84 Markiewiez. Stanley 121 Marsh. Bradford 24. 31. 128. 149. 166 Marsh. Bryce 84 Marsh. Todd 24. 31 Marshall. Shellie 24. 31 Marshall. Todd 146 Marlin. Amy 68. 82. 84. 94 Martin. Peter 121 Martin. Ronald 24. 3| Martin. Roslyn 72. 84. 91 Martinson. Brent 44. 146 Martinson. Sara 24. 31. 99 Martorano. Joe 62. 134 Martorano, Pete 63. 77 Martorano. Peter 64. 80. 121 Mary. Lynda 24. 31. 110 Mary. Robert 121 Man. Mark 96. 128 Mason, Carla 70. 121 Matthews. Delores 24. 31. HO Matzke. Jack 84 Mauger. Dawn 146 Maxey. Theresa 121 Mayer. Robin 121 McBride. Brian 12. 24. 31. 44. 45. 101 McBride. Carmen 63. 64. 84. 92 McBride. Cindy 46. 66. III. 146 McBride. Katie 60. 84 McBride. Michelle 64. 146 McCalka. Dene 64 McCay. Kim 147 McCollough. Mauva 24. 31. 72. 107 McCollough. Terrance 24. 31 McCullough, Wendell 84 McConnell. Katie 66, 122 McConnell. Kelly 19. 24. 31. 64. 68. 69. 91. 111. 149 McCormick. Sandra 19. 101. 130 McCrat. David 31 McCray. Craig 122 McDaniel. Annie 90. 92, 122 McDonald. Pat 132 McKwan. Melanie 46. 47. 50. 108. III. 122 McFeely. Timothy 25. 31 McDarrv. Holly III. 122 McDarry. Shannon III. 116. 122 McDeadv. John 74. 82. 84. 90. 100. 109 MrDeadv. Kathleen 19. 26. 31. 60. Ill McDee. Anthony 31 McDrath, Christine 122 McDrath. Michael 146 McDrath. Tina 107 McDregor. Shana 26. 31 McKay. Kim 68 McKinney. Kevin 25. 31 McKnight, Chris 122 McMahan. Heather HI McMahan. Jennifer 122 McMonigal. David 84. 109 McNabb. Dan 19. 102 McNeal. Walter 64. 122 Meece, Bill 146 Meer. Sharon 93. 108. 146 Melnvk. Janet 151 McNeal. Walter 63 Merriweather. Melvin 160 Mertl. Kric 64. 65. |t»9. 146 Meska. Mike 84 Messacar. Mark 146 Meyer. Brigette 146 Meyer. Deanna 91. 122 Meyer. Kimberly 147 Michaels. Jackie 139 Michaels. Paul 33 Middleton. Scot 122 Migliorini. Dan 119. 132. 133 Mikulski, Tricia 43. 92. 122 Milakovic. Tracy 93. 147 Milcarek. Angie 107, 122 Milcarek. Dreg 31. 95 Miller. Cindy 08 Miller. Drew 24. 31 Miller. Hank 85 Miller. James 117. 122 Miller. Paul 63. 64. 122 Miller. Tracey 147 Millick. Usa 64. 147 Mill . Melissa 147 Minton. Scott 122 Mishler. Trevor 74. 122 Mitchell. Artillis 85 Mitchell. Kileen 15. 86. 93. 116 Mitchell. Kthel 122 Mitchell. Vanessa 147 Mitio. Anna 24 Mitterman. Mike 91. 92. 122 Miyatta. Pam 60 Moffett. Tammy 26. 133 Mohamed. Melissa 80. 86. 101. Ill Moisan. Danielle Moist. Russell 147 Mokrycki. Dawn 26. 31. 93. HO Mokrycki, Jason 133, 147 Mokrycki. Kim 124 Moldenhauer. Mike 85 Molestad. Dan 07. 85. 93 Mondientz. Michelle 60. 93. 122 Montgomery. Jason 85. 144, 147 Moore. Charleen 31 Moore. Charlene 117 Moore. James 147 Moore. Kelly 122 Moore. Paul 122 Moran. Cathy 122 Morford. Rill 122, 132 Morgan. Billy 31 Morgan. Dloria 122 Morgan. Patricia 86 Morlan. Stacie 147 Morris, Beth 46. 122 Mosbv. l-emon 147 Mosley. Mike 147 Moss. Dreg 77. 85. 114. 156 Moss. Jim 147 Mowinski. Cheryl 25. 31. 110 Mowinski. Klizabeth 107. H7. 122 M rough. Neda 46. 147 Murray. Sue 70. 111. 116. 147 N Nagel. Amber 46. 70. 71. 90. 147 Nagel. Matthew 25. 130 Nagel. Tim 25. 29. 31. 93. 94. 96 Narducci. David 74. 86 Narducci. Lisa 60. 86. 92. III. 115. 166. 156. 161 Nash. Ian 10. 117 Nash. Victoria 422 Nasser. Julie 82. 85. 90. 93. 100. 108 Natale. Donna 93. 122 . Navarro. Tim 85 Neary. Robert 92. 122 Nearv. Ryan 147 Nelson. Angie 92. 9.6. 119. 1 22 Nelson. U»ri 116. 122 Ness. Natalie 96. 138 Nessler. Kim 86. 101. III. 130 Neulieb. Jessica 51. 147 Nevorski. Amy 122 Nevorski. Bret 122 Nevorski. Tim 147 New. I .aura 25. 31. 110 Newhank . Michael 147 Nichols. Joe 85 Nicholson. Michelle 46. 70. 82. 86. 92 Nickell. Jennifer 147 Niego». Daniel 86 Nieman. Michelle 147 Nilson. Ian 147 Nikon. Kara 85. 92 Norman. Duane 86 Norman. Melissa 147 Nolhstine. Kline 70. 71. III. 147 o O'Neal. Kelly 86 O'Neil. Jennifer 25. 29. 31. 93. 94. 116 O'Neil. Tony 77 O'Neill. Nancy 25. 31 O'Rourke. Brian 25 O'Shea. Joleen 122 O'Shea. Kathleen 99. 122 Obeja . Alicia 129 Oberg. Mark 122 Obrien. Travis 147 Oda. Makeha 92. 95. 108 Oda. Mariam 86 Oliver. Jim 122 Okaker. Kva 46. 60. 93. 122 Oltz. John 31 Oltz. Karen 147 Oltz. Tricia 85 Oman. Can 147 Oneil. Anthony 147 Oneill. Kenny 147 Orlowski. Jennifer 85. 93. 95 Orth. Fred 122 Orthman. Paula 138 Orzech. Dene 147 Orzrch. Dlenn 122 Orzech. Dregory 147 Osborne. Tom 13. 25. 31. 62. 64. 64. 98. 109 Oszust. Ken 122 Oviatt. Kddie 31 Owens. Alisa 86 Owens. James 109. 122 Owsley. Holly 122 P Pacheco. Klizabeth 147 Pacheco. Fidel 122 Pachero. Hipalito 25. 31 Palmer. Jennifer 85. 92. 99 Papineau. Colleen 122 Parker. Charisse 147 Parker. Denise 147 Parker. Kimberly 85 Parker. Robin 26 Parrillo. Tim 25. 31. 92 Parrish. U»ri 85 Parrish. Terry 122 Pasha. Shaheena 122 Patterson. Ken 77. 147 Patterson. Kristopher 85 Patterson. Phyllis 150 Pauli. Andrew 26. 31 Pavlowski. Norma 124 Payton. I.ashta 85 Pearce. Don 147 Pecina. Robin 60. 86. 98. 116 Pecina. Toni 122 Pecina. Tracy III. 147 Peek. Danielle 46. 122 Peek. Kimberly 85. 117 Peek. Terry 25. 31. 63. 64 Pelath. Scott 85. 93. 109 Pender. Sidney 63. 64 Pendleton. Tim 64. 86. 147 Penrod. Hope 19. 25. 131 Peotrowski. Dawn 147 Perrish. Terry 74 Perry. Usa 32 Perry. Nashelle 147 Perry. W anda 82. 85. 92 Peters. Stacey 122 Pflughaupt. Dawn 147 Pheglev. Craig 64. 77. 147 Phillippe. Alisha 147 Phillips. Angela 147 Phillips. laV'etu 122 Phillips. Rvan 77. 93. 122 Phillips. Trina 147 Phillips. William 122 Index 173Index 174 Piecuch. Michael 122 Piecuch. Robert 66. 122 Pierce. Donald 53 Pinnell. Michael 25. 32 Plot row-ski. James 122 Pishkur, Amy 60. 95. 116. 122 Pishkur, Lisa 147 Pitman. Dara 147 Pitman. Dawn 147 Pleasants. Harry 86. 93 Pliakey. Julie 25 Plummer. Andrea 25. 32 Plummer. Dee 60. 82. 85 Plummer. Geoff 74. 133. 147 Plummer. Jeff 64 Plummer. Scott 63. 64. 86. 92 Pollock. I 25. 32. 62. 63. 64. 76. 77. 80. 109 Pollock. Mark 62. 63. 64. 77. 122 Ponder. Beverly 85 Ponder. Nicki 85 Pope. l.arry 25. 32 Poplowski. Ted 25 Ponoska. Cathy 25. 32 Porterfield, JoAnn 147 • Potter, Carolyn 25. 32. 95 Potter. Janet 25. 32. 92. 96. Ill Puzo . Arturo 85. 116 Pom. Nora 85 Presser. Clyde 150 Presser. Dick 150 Price. Angie 90. 91. 116, 117. 144. 147 Price. Rachel 25. 32 Pros. Brin 26 Pros. Jeff 147 Pryor. Sandra 147 Przvbylinski. Roman 109. 122 Pudlo. Brandon 26. 32 Q Qualkenhush. Michael 85 Quinn. Tom 44. 95. 147. 167 R Ragon. Monica 85 ftamirez. Ray 63. 77. 80. 85 Ramsey. Eric 147 Ramsey. Mark 74. 75. 93. 147 Rastenis. Monique 147 Ratliff. Beth 85. 107 Ratliff. Frank 26. 32 Rebar. Brian 26. 32. 62. 63. 64. 91. 109 Rebec. Jason 63 Rector. April 122 Reicher. Steve 26. 32 Reid. Korz 147 Remmel. Myra 46. 139 Retsack. Patty 147 Retseck. Mike 63. 64 80. 122 Rhanor. Randi 122 Rhoades. Mahle 110 Rhodes. Vicki 85 Richards. Eric 64. 147 Richardson. Diane 32. 149 Richardson. Karen 68. 85. 94. 115. 168 Richardson, tavila 116. 122 Richley. Mike 74. 92. 122 Rick. David 122 Riley. Rico 35. 58. 59. 74. 75. 80. 82. 86 90. 100. 109 Ringo. Joae 63. 64. 85 Ringo. Tasha 147 Rivera. Carle 26. 32 Roadarmel. Chris 26. 32. 95 Robbins. Kim 107. 147 Roberts. Michael 26. 32. 93 • Roberts. Nicole 92 107. 122 Robinson. Tara 26. 32. 110 Rorke. Jennifer 90, 147 0 Rodman. Andrea 82. 86. 93. 100 Rodriquez. Christine 122 Rodriquez. Sandy 147 Rogers. Carrie 34. 43. 7o. 66. ||5 Rogers, Jay 77. 92. 147 Rogers. Sara 51 Rogers. Sarah 147 Romine, taura 86. 93 Ross. I«ee 26 Ross. Urin 33, 46. 117. 118 Ross. Koslyn 122 Rosa. Tanya 147 Ross. Tonya 60 Rubeck. Megan 147 Ruckel, C.inny 51. 60. 68. 147 Ruckel. Maggie 60. 82. 85. 91. 93. 100 Ruhe. Michael 85 Ruminski. Mark 26. 32 Ruminski, Sharleen 26, 32 Rumsey. Robert 151 Russell. Shellee 117. 122 Ruth. Dan 129 Ryan, tarua 26. 32. 50 Sabin. lain 86 92. 93 Sacks. Wallace 132 Sait. Abrar 59. 96. III. 122 Samys. Eric 122 Sanders. Deval 26. 32. 80. 133 Sanders. Liloia 51. 147 Sanders. Martha 82. 85. 92. Ill Saxon. Nancy 19. 26. 32. 149 Sayler, David 85 Saylor. Bobby 122 Saylor. Lisa 26 Scheuchner, Chris 85 Schill. Jayne 26. 29. 32. 93. 99. 101 Schill. Steven 122 Schliephake, Jerry 85 Schmaltz, Kristen 147 Schmitt. Elizabeth 82. 86. 93. 100. 111. 116 Sc hoc h, Sean 44. 92. 109. 122 Schooley. Matt 66. 147 Schooley. Pat 26. 32. 62. 63. 64. 66. 67 Schmeder. Ryan 147 Schwartz. Michael 122 Schwartz. Michele 86 Scott. Darrah 26. 32. 60. 61. 94. 99. 157. 158 Scott. Gregg 95. 122. 158 Scott. Stacey 26. 32. 50. 91. 158 Sebests. Robert 85 See, Guy 86. 109. 117 Sennetl. Kreag 147 Senter. Lynn 92. 122 Seppyes. John 77. 147 Seyrmg. Brian 147 Shaffer. Debbie 141 Shark, taroy 64. 147 Sharpin. Heather 147 Sheehy. Bill 80 Sheehv. Tim 52. 53. 80. 86 • Sheehy. William 26. 32. 52. 53 Sheets. Angela 26, 32 Shell. Ralph 26. 32. 66 Shepard. Tammie 19. 26. 32. 56. 57. Ill Shepard. Tricia 56. III. 147 Shepherd. Sonja 122 Sherrill. Dan 26. 32 Sherw NMi, Jodi 26. 32 Sherwood. Sandra 26. 32, 107 Sheu. Janice 122 Shipley. Travis 86 Shores. Marianne 86 Showalter. Jay 110. 131 Shula. Frank 26 Shula. Matt 64. 147 Silvasi. Stephen 147 Silvor. I«e lie 122 Sim. Kiho 122 Sim. YoungSook 26, 92. 95. Ill Simmons. Klana 32 Sims, Donald 86 Singleton. Terrance 85. 147 Singleton. Terrelyn 147 Sipes. Trial 42. 86 Sitkiewir7. Karen 60. 147 Sitkicwicz. Tim 86 Skivers. Beth 74. 92 Skiver . Elizabeth 74. 92. 122 Skocuerzny. Rodney 85 Slutzkin. Tracy 60. 82. 86. 100 Small. Christopher 64. 77. 147 Small. Marie 122 Smidt. Kathy 130. |3| Smiertlny. Sean 85 Smith. Brian 81. 64. 85. 109. 147 Smith. Hrvan 93. 109. 117 Smith. Carl 27. 32. 83. 64. 80 Smith. Christopher 27. 32. 95 Smith. Corey 64. 85. 80. 122 Smith. Damon 147 Smith. Frank 27. 32 Smith. Jennifer 50. 72. 86. 92. 131 Smith. Joe 122 Smith. Kim 27, 32 Smith, taurie 107, 122 Smith. Peter 147 Smith, Ramunda 122 Smith. Ricardo 122 Smith, Richard 116 Smith. Robert 132 Smith. Shannon 122 Smith. Teresa 19. 27, 32. 91. 107. Ill Smith, Tiffeny 122 Smoote. Orlando 92, 122 Smyers. Tina 122 Snyder. Chris 27. 32, 74 Sobeeki. Joey III. 122 Southward. Althea 70. 147 Sparkman. Ara 27. 32 Sparkman. David 86 Sparkman, Patricia 147 Sparkman. Tracey 122 Sparks. Kevin 85 Sparks. Richard 94. 134 Spates. Ellis 27 Spychalaki. Darlene 107. 123 Stalberte. Tanganyika 147 Stanage. Eric 27 Stantz. Megan 27. 32 Stantz. Ted 27. 32 Stapleton. Mark 86 Stark. Chris 27. 32 Stark. Phyllis 95. 108. 134 Starks, Jody 83. 64 Starks. Pernell 86 Steel. Julie 111 Steel. Ray 150 Steele. David 123 Steele. Jason 123 Steele. Julie 46. 60. 93. 117. 147 Steele. Sean 27. 32 Steer. Bob 152 Steffey. Steve 27. 32 Steinhagon. James 148 Steinhiser. Lynn 132 Steinhiser. Pat 27. 32. 76. 77. 92 Steinke. Barbara 129 Steinke. Dan 56. 66. 139 Steppe. Reginald 27. 32 Stevens. Christy 27 Steward. Evelyn 27 Stewart. Joan 138 Stewart. Richard 123 Stimley, John 86. 92 Stone. Forrest 85 Stone. Iris 123 Stout. Dan 132 Stout. Shelly 148 Strauss. Brian 148 Stromer. Todd 123 Stubbs. Angela 72. 148 Stupeck. Wendy 117. 148 Styles. Rickey 27. 32. 86 Sullivan. Dawn 50. 91. 123 Summerlin. Jeff 148 Surber. Tanya 123 Susnis. Edward 128 Sutton. Stacey 123 Sweeney. Blanche 60. 148 Sweney. I.ynn 86 Swenson. Carl ISO Swiger. Diane 82. 86. 100. III. 115. 131. 155. 168 Swistek. Darrell 148 Swistek. Mark 85 Swistek. Todd 123 Switzer. Eric 123 T Tackett. Traci 148 Tanner. Kathy 27. 93. 116 Taakv. Luke 117. 148 Taylor, tamar 123 Taylor Rosalind 27. 32. 107 Taylor. Kuhean 27. 81. 64 Taylor. Satonya 86 Taylor. Tammy 27. 32. 93. 116 Tavlor. Tony 107 Taylor. Windroe 77. 148 Thom. Jennifer 46. 50. 90. 92. 108. 123 Thomas. Donnie 64, 72 Thomas. Icue 123 Thomas, tawrence 123 Thomas, Willie 124 Thomas. Yolanda 123 Thompson. Karen 27. 32. 117, 136 Thompson. Kevin 27. 32 Thompson. Kim 27 Thompson. Tonya 85 Tilden. Byron 138 Tildcn. Shane 64. 148 Tillman. Tracie 148 Tim. Dianne 123 Timberlake. Diane 141 Timhrook. Cynthia 27. 32. 117 Tompach. Nancy 123 Tompkins. Dan 27 Topa. Chris 27. 32 Torrance. Alesia 27. 32. 70. 72. 73 Townsend. Jim 66, 85 Traynom. Carrie 123 Traynom, Marcus 148 Tripp. Heather 148 Tripp. Sheila 28 Trotter. Lisa 123 Troyer. Florene 99. 152 Troyer. Kathleen 86 Tucker. Arthur 85 Tuel. Brenda 28. 32 Tuner. Arthur 85 Turner. Eugene 123 Turner. Jennifer 86 Turner. Mark 93 Turner. Tashia 148 Turner. Wesley 123 Tyliaz. Brian 80. 109. 123 u llrhanski. Mike 86 V VanHoy, Donald 96. 138 Vaughan. Peter 148 Vaughn. Beth 111. 116. 123 Veden. I ori 70. 148 Vega. Mark 148 Verner. Kishon 148 Vouches. Donnie 109 Via . Missy 8). 61. 86. 93 W Walden. Eric 148 Walden. Marietta 152 Walker. Chris 123 Walker. Greg 28. 53. 86. 123 Walker. Jimmy 86 Walker. Kathy 134 Walker. Kristin 72. 92. III. 123 Walker. Shannon 148 Walsh. Shelly 123 Walsh. Thomas 148 Walters. Angela 148 Walters. Angie 107 Waltz. Brad 123 Waltz. Karen 92. 116. 123 Waltz. Kelly 92. 148 Waltz. Valerie 123 Ward. Dawn 123 Ward. Kila 82. 85. 91. 107 Ward. Kisha 72. 82. 86. 90. 92 Ward. Shelley 32. 92 Warner. Jack 138 Warren. Beverly 134 Warren. Rochelle 54. 55. 123 e t I I I Washington. Kdward 8.5 Washington. Rodney 81. 84. 85. 121 Wa kow. Joe 0. 32. 53, U, 80 Wnafamr. J«Mfi 19. 28. 12. 95, III. IIV I5H Water . Anlhonv 28, 12. 81. H4 W ater . Tuny 82. 80 Watt . Jack 95 Watt . JrarutI 28. 33 Weather |HH n. I forth 28. :I2 Webh. Tern 10 Welter. Cbrimy 19. 28. 29. 12. 91. 94 Welter. Jill 48. 80. 88. 9:1 Welier. Shellev .56. 57. 118. 10 Wrdot». Sue 28 Wedow. Tara 148 WeMt J«a- 09. 28. ft 19. 74. 75 WenHaff. Sara 88 Wenger. Shirley 141 Wenigrr. Chm 28. 33. 74 W'rrdinr. Meliuia 88 Went. Heather M. 90. 148 We tphal. David 88 Weatphal. Nora 92. 118. 148 We tph l. Terry 10. 28 W'rtxel. Andrew 117. 10 WeUrl. David 28. 12. 117 Wetrel. Davie 98 W heelr Mike 80. 81. 74 Wbeta!one. Print 84. 85. 148 W hile. Drana 88 White. John Iftl White. Nancy 88 W hile. Omar 8.5. 148 White. Kitherl 77. 10 White. Kom 148 White. Wayne 28. 12 Whiteaker. Mrli a 148 Whilehorn. Terry 148 Whilehorn. Tim 80 Whitlow. Al 1.50 Wiegand. Sandv 80. 92. 10 Wiencek. Jeff 82. 81. 84 80. 88 Wiencek. Paula 5.5. 91. 92. 99. 10 Will. Colleen |0 Will. Collette 10 Will. Julie 92. 10 William Charlr 81. 84. 85. 10 William . Cmdi 97 William . Cindy 141 William Cynthia .12 William Danny 88 William . David 82. 88. 92. 100, III. 118 William . DeAnna 92. 119. 10 William . Krika 88 William . Francme 0. .12. 117 W illiam . Jim 1.50 William . Rochelle 91. 121 William . Sara 88 William . Sarah 82. 100. 101. III. 118. 1.10 William . Valerie 148 William . Xavier 88. 67. 80. 88. Ill Willi . Pete 148 Willi . Robert 10 Willoughby. Chri 81. 84. 77. 88 Willson. Dean 88. 92 Willaon. Wendy 0.12. 98 Wdan . David 28 Wilson. Kmily 148 Wilson. I. rren 88 Wibon. Michael 8.5. 88 Wilson. Mike 10 Windle. Cvndee 151 W meland. Jean 152 Winfield. Scott 0. 12. 117 Wingard. Jwwm 148 W in ki. -lennifer 148 Win ki. Jennv 80 W'iuaki. Nichole . 28. 12. 48. 47. 91. 9h W inaki. rim 19. 0 12. |0|. 109. 118 Wiseman. Pat 0 Woe more. Beth 10 Witlmer, Jennifer 48 80. 148 Wiltmer. Stephanie 0. 12 48. 47. 80. 117 Wolf. David 88 Wolf Jennifer 88. Wolfe, Cvndi 88 Wolfe. Dana 0. 12 W.dfe. Dave 77 W« alley. Timothv 88 W.« Jrufl. Thoma 10 Wma|». Chrotopher 6.1 84 WiMi| e Angela 88 117 Worek Kellv 28. XI, 107 W rt»ham Julia 10 Wntmak. Julie 118 Wren. Damon 148 Wrirhi Harriett |.5| Wright I here . m W r. hUw ki. Doily 10. 148 Y York. Renee 141 Ymmg. Brian 109. 148 Yimng. Charles 9.5. Ilo Young. Heather 82. 88. 90. 91. 97. ItMl, III. 118 Young. Magda 148 Young. Roxanne 9.5. | Hl. III. 10 Young. Sylvia 10 Zakma-n. Margaret 0. Ill Zaknoun. Cindy 28. .12. Ill Zakn in. I .aura 148 Zaknoun. I.awreme 0. 12 Zaknoun. I.ouis 10 Zalla . Amy 0 Zawacki. Donna 124- Zeek. Clyde 13. 0 Zeek. Margaret II Zila. I.i a 0. 12. 92. 95. 111 Zoll w ki. Deanne 10 Ztihler Todd 82. 88. 94 95. 100. 109 Index 175The 1987 Elstonian was printed by Jos tens American Yearbook Company Topeka, Kansas. Copy appearing in this book was Century Schoolbook. Group pictures were taken by Indiana School Pictures of Indianapolis, Indiana. Sport group photos were taken by Bill Allen Photos of Michigan City. The Elstonian staff would like to give special thanks for photos used to The News Dispatch, Steve Peterka, Bill Swedenberg, Bill Allen and Paul Laux. Thanks must also be extended to Daisy Helmken (Elston Athletic Office) and Mike Hackelman (Jostens American). ELSTON HIGH SCHOOL 317 Detroit Street Michigan City, In. 46360


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