Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN)

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 This is our high school. But is it really built of brick and stone? If you think about it, Elwood Community High School is made up of people — teachers, students, cooks, custodians, secretaries, and friends. Friends that will last for a long time. The memories will last even longer. In this 1978 CRESCENT we have preserved some of these memories on our pages. Enjoy!! R1 ,■ f Winter 1- page 89 Spring — page 113ft Vision . . . Who are you? Have you ever asked yourself? You are reflections of your surroundings, and the people in those surroundings. Friends have a great deal of influence on each of our lives. Who are your real friends? Are you your own friend ? Here’s to our friends. I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when 1 am with you. I love you not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. 1 love you because you have done more than any creed could have done to make me good, and more than any fate could have done to make me happy, you have done it without a touch, without a word, without a sign. You have done it by being yourself. Perhaps that is what being a friend means, after all. . . Each With His Own L A friend is .. . one who knows you as you are, understands where you've been, accepts who you've been, and still gently, invites you to grow Henry Shaw The more faithfully you listen to the voice within you, the better you will hear what is sounding outside. — Dag Hammarskjoid We do not come to believe in ourselves until someone reveals that deep inside us something is valuable, worth listening to, worthy of our trust, sacred to our touch. E. Me Mahon P. Cambell( 0 0 Welcome to you, rich autumn days. Ere comes the cold, leaf-picking wind. When golden stooks are seen in fields. All standing arm-in-arm entwined; And gallons of sweet cider seen. On trees in apples red and green. W.H. Davies ABOVE — Angela Ungaretti, foreign exchange student from Brazil, expresses her feeling fora small kitten. TO THE RIGHT- Folding papers, Randy Kelly and Dave Barker are carriers for the ELWOOD CALL-LEADER.ABOVE LEFT — Enjoying the fall days. Sherry Alexander and Lori Hartley do needlepoint. ABOVE — Pat Green makes extra money by mowing lawns. ABOVE — Three football players take a time out for some conversation during practice. Take a lesson from them and enjoy life today!Stop and think about our town. What do you remember? The Glass Festival in spring, the smell of tomatoes from Fettig’s Canning Company, the fall painted trees in Callaway Park, the Fourth of July Parades or the Little League and Babe Ruth games? Then, too, all of us will remember Wendell L. Willkie, our most famous citizen who ran for president. Sometimes we’re out goofing around Elwood. and we get tired of the “L” and think that our town is a big bore! But when we’re away on vacation where the cities are crowded and noisy and we don’t know anyone and we get lost so easily, we wish we were back in Elwood with our friends. SECUItIT nmE.C.H.S. Presents: “Homecomin Homecoming 1977. Smiles and tears for many Panthers. Neither rain, nor wind could stop the festivities or the Elwood football team, who trounced the Tipton Blue Devils 7-0. Smiles for the juniors, who with their float, “Murder on the Panther Express,” received first place. All the floats were built with pride, including the sophomores, “Exercise Those Devils,” the seniors, “Cat and Mouse Magic,” and the freshmen float, “Kick the !!! Out of the Devils!” Anna Miller was crowned homecoming queen 1977 with tears of happiness and reigned over a spirited crowd. The Mighty Panther Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. Charles Haskett, teamed with the Tipton band for a dazzling halftime performance. October 8, 1977 was surely a day to remember! HOME 1 OTRLj VISITOR 0 IMTOGO BALL ON 31Above shows the many Homecoming activities which made October 8, 1977 a success. The Homecoming Queen Candidates above pictured arc top left, Kathy Melvin; bottom left, Lisa Helpling; top right, Beth Scircle; bottom right, Julie Drake. Anna Miller, pictured top middle, reigned as Queen.10 Look Out, College, Here We Come!! 1. Frosh labor over the Otis Mental Ability Tests. 2. Michelle Moore appears very thoughtful. 3. Mr. Huffman adjusts a balance as Doug Tam looks on. 4. Chris Toutisakie, our exchange student from Greece, smiles at his math problems. 5. Even freshmen smile in class once in a while. 6. Shelley Sizelove gives her attention to her IOL assignment. 7. Kelly Goodwin reads her lesson for U.S. history. A Dream Come True! Sectional Fever spread like fire in Elwood for Panther baseball fans last June of 1977, and it was carried to the team who went on to win the championship and bring home their First baseball sectional title. “A dream come true," was Mr. Floppel's comment after winning the game, along with praise for his athletes. “The 1977 baseball season was a great coaching experience!”, said Mr. Bomholt, adding, “We had great talent, coachable athletes, and enough desire to get the job done.” “The fan support from the students and adults was really tremendous. Much of our success was due to the many fans who came to back the Panthers.” — Coaches Bomholt and Hoppel The 1977 Panthers had all the tools; pitching, defense, and clutch hitting! The accomplishments of this great team will be hard to duplicate. (And remember, “A little fairy dust can do wonders!”) You and I’ve been around for a long, long time. We’ve been friends since I can recall, I wonder how many times I’ve climbed these stairs. Wonder how many times we’ve walked this hall. If I had a dime for every laugh we had together. I’d probably be counting my wealth forever. Your wit and humor made the good times last. Some of us struggled and some breezed through, A little of both for me and you. But four years have come to this month of May, And you know, I don’t regret a single day. — Joe HumelI "Where do we go from here?” “How do you feel about being a graduating senior?” If you asked all 210 of us this question, you’d probably get 210 different answers. Until this year, I thought that I couldn’t wait to get out of high school. Now it’s hard to realize that after May 25, Kimberly Sue Abplanalp Frederick Herman Albers Brian Lee Aldridge Sherry Lynn Alexander Loretta Mae Anderson Suzanne Gay Arnold Nola Gay Baldwin Donna Mae Ball Mary Helen Bannon Lisa Marie Bartlett Katrina Lynn Bastin Rebecca Jane Baugher Patricia Ann Beckley Brenda Sue Benson Linda Lou Benson Robin Sue Bickel 18 ithere will be no more football games, no more catching up on the latest gossip during activity period. When I think about the accomplishments of our class, those homecoming floats are the first to come in mind. Remember Snoopy, with his red and blue doghouse? We ‘freshman Greenies” sure surprised everyone, including ourselves, by walking away with first place. And how in the world did that cereal box and checkered tablecloth ever make it our sophomore year? I still can’t figure that one out! Our junior float, “Pink Panther Power” was beautiful with every color imaginable, winning again the first prize. But disappointment came last fall as we received only third place for our final project, “Cat and Mouse Magic” Laura Marie Boyer Bobbi Lynn Bradburn Dorinda Kay Bradley Cristy Curtis Briggs Jeanette Susanne Browning Angela Louise Bucci Janet Marie Bucci Sandra Lee Buis Deborah Darlene Bunch Kelly Jo Burton Brenda Sue Butcher Terri Laine Carron James LaMont Chaffin Kimberly Ann Champion Donald Jay Clark Joyce Dian ClaryPenny Leisure shows concern for her team at a football game. complete with Mickey and reels of movie film. While working so long and so hard to put the finishing touches on our last Homecoming float, I think each one of us had a lump in his throat. The festivities were happy, though. We won the game against Tipton, and we had Michelle Therese Cleaver Rhonda Jean Cloud Karen Renee Cole Richard Lee Collis William Francis Collis Patricia V. Colton David Eugene Cooper Gary Lee Cooper Sherry Lee Corbett Jeffrey Neal Cornwell Holly Kay Cotton Steven Alan Courtney Cynthia Sue Crim Debra LaVaun Dailey Mark Alan Davis Gerry Lloyd Day SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: front row Luanne Roc, Kim Champion, Sam Tyner, Sherry Alexander, Julie Meschke; back row, Bev Longnecker, Jerry Hinds, Beth Scir-cle. Skip Florea, Kim Frye, Bryan Knotts, Michelle Moore, Mike Robertson.the pleasure of nominating five of our own lovely senior girls for homecoming queen. Anna Miller was elected to reign over the event with Julie Drake, Lisa Helpling, Kathy Melvin, and Beth Scircle as her court. September 17, 1977, will bring memories of joy, tears, and delight for many years to come. Prom 1977 was surely a big event to all who spent hours forming crepe paper and old pomps into an Oriental paradise. “Shangri-La” was our theme, carried out with snow-covered mountain murals and colorful Chinese lanterns. We were especially proud of the beautiful paperweights made by St. Clair Glass, given to each girl who attended. Friday night brought couples dressed in tuxedos and flowing gowns, making it an evening to remember. Candace Kay Dietzer Brenda Douglas Julie Kathleen Drake Michael Lee Durm Lisa Ann Ebert Mary Beth Fern Dana Marie Fettig Jeffery Thomas Fettig Penny Hoskins gives a sigh of relief as she readies to leave 6th period.All of our projects — prom, homecoming, dances, and candy sales — would never have gotten off the ground without the help of our dedicated class sponsors: Raeanna Merritt, Anna Mae McQuitty, David Middle- ton, and Richard Herndon. They stood by us and gave advice when we didn’t know where to begin. From all of us, to all of you, “Thank you, sponsors!” Mike Harris ponders over a problem of life — school. V- Kimberly Renee Frye Dwight E. Fuller Joe M. Furnish Anthony Dean Gaddis Richard Lee Galbreath Douglas Wayne Gamble Denise Darlene Gardner Teela Lynn Gardner Douglas Eugene Gilliam Mitzi Lee Giselbach Deanna Dee Green William Charles Groover Jeffrey Lee Hanshew Michael Glen Harris Lori Gale Hartley Pamela Kay Helm 22So many fantastic things have happened to us in these four years, it would be impossible to mention them all in this small space. I suppose we should say a word to the underclassmen, though. Always take advantage of the opportunity to make new friends, to dare to be different, and to learn from your experiences. Friends Mike Robertson and Jeff Stout take a “time-out” from class to converse. Lisa Anne Helpling Arlene Kay Henry Jerry Lee Hinds Mark E. Hodson Rhonda Rae Huffman Tracy Lee Hughes Charlotte Kay Idlewine Tamala Sue Jarvis Bruce Edward Johnson David L. Jones Gregory Paul Jones Jeffrey Jay Jones Jerri Dee Jones Kathryn Elizabeth Keith Margaret Rose Kelich Rebecca Lynn Kelich 23Time passes passes too quickly. You realize that the little things that seemed so important, suddenly don’t matter at all. Yet, the simplest things we will remember forever. This dawns on us more and more as May 25, 1978, draws Jerry Hinds assists Mr. Moore and Mr. Sullivan as they pass out jackets to senior athletes. Cynthia Kay Lewellen Robert A. Little Senior Glenn Updegraff tries to avoid, “Flash Helpling,” in sociology class.“Cecil B. Demuth Presents'’ ... the senior homecoming float!! Pamela Jo Long Patricia Ann Long Beverly Jean Longnecker Celeste Faye Lynas Mike J. Lyons Eduardo Ramirez Malo Ronald F. McCall Rick McCarty Patricia Ann McClain Tony Darron McCord Amy Louise McDaniel Mark Alan McPhearson Thomas Joseph McPhearson Beth Lorene McQuitty William Bart McQuitty Letitia Lee Maish Seniors not pictured: William Perry Benefiel, Ella Bernice Creamer, Michael Dean Duffey, Jeffrey Lee Haulk, Penny Fraley Hobbs, James E. Jackson, William Jackson, Bobby Loren Junior, Sue Ellen Lovell, Mathew Wayne Maddox, Scott E. Penn, Glen Edward Upde-graff, and Lance Winings. 25Ronald Lee Majors Marjorie Ann Maley Donald Alan Mason Douglas Edward Mason Wayne Eugene Massie Katherine Ann Melvin Julie Ann Meschke Anna Sue Miller Michelle Lea Moore Melissa Kay Morgan David Brian Murray Debbie Maxine Mutchler Terrance Nichols Timothy Howard Nichols Jeffrey Kent Noble Timothy Carter Northcutt Christopher M. Pace Tula Pappas Karen Sue Parker Keith L. Parker 26Kevin Eugene Parker Robert Lee Parker Richard Earl Pavan Barbara Lynn Pettit Joan Marie Phillips Deryke Pierce Jay Walter Puterbaugh Matt Ramey Walter H. Ray Tina M. Rider Jeannie Lynn Riley Kenneth David Rittenhouse Pamela Jane Ritter James D. Robertson Michael Allen Robertson Luanne Roe Tresa Mae Rogers Laura Lynn Rominger Thomas Allan Savage Beth Ann ScircleTO THE RIGHT: Pam Long, TO THE FAR RIGHT: Dave Singer and Tony Gaddis break from the long day. Marsha Elaine Sentman Betty Josephine Sexton Lana Nyle Sexton James E. Shepard Nancy Joan Shepard Daniel Howard Shull Randi Lynncttc Silvey Melanie Ann Simmons Justin Keith Sims Shelley Louise Sizelove Mark Edward Stiner Jeffrey Wayne Stout Margaret M. Tapek Beverly K. Taylor Janet Kay Thomas Kenneth Allen Thompson Norma Jean Thomberry Stacey Doreen ThornberryJeff LaPointe... Fondly remembered by the Class of ’78, Jeff loved drawing, as he loved acting and running cross country. At left is some of JefFs artwork. Christos Toutisakie Leah Gay Tucker Samuel Graveno Tyner Angela Rossana Ungaretti Lorena Lou Vance Betty Vest Leever Richard Doug Vest Lana Vinson Clark Carla Jean Wadholm Lawrence Alan Watson Larry Joe Whctsel Cameron Jay Whitehead Mark Allen Widmeyer George Vernon Williams, Jr. Daniel J. Wilson Terri Lynn Wilson Melvin Kent Wittkamper Christopher Robin Wright Loretta Lee Young Mary Ann Zech"What more can be said ?”Freshman Steering Committee Members: Row One — David Champion, Jon Shallen-berger, Bobby Walker, Steve Pelletrino, David Idlewine; Row Two — Jamie Whisler, Beth Giselbach, John Landrum, Rosie Kelich, Kirk Brenner, Karen Helpling, Jeff Cotton, Cheryl McQuitty, Tammie Baker. Junior Steering Committee Members: Row One — Teresa Taylor, Tammy Boyland, and Tammy Arbuckle; Row Two- Amy Hembree, Tawny Wells, Terri Parker, Rod McMinn, Joe Humel; Row Three — Jim Standridge, Mark Burdsall, Greg Champion, and Keith Israel. — Sophomore Steering Committee Members: Row One — Marian Melvin, Stephanie 'Collis, Julie Helpling, Brenda Barrett, Archie Caldwell, David Helm; Row Two — Rich Florea, Phil Morgan; Row Three — Cathy Mcschke, Brett Tyner, Wes Bogard, Amy Jones, Kris Frye. £ Dave Antic has an unhurried moment to study his U.S. history. 2$. ☆☆☆☆☆☆ Rae Ann Abbott James Abner Colleen Adams Debbie Anderson David Antic Tammy Arbuckle Brenda Arehart Steve Arehart Sandy Ballinger Debbie Balser John Bannon David Barker Mike Barnett Denise Basham Robin Bayne Moira Beeman Scott Beeman Melody Blackford Kim Bollinger Betsy Boyer We finally were the ones to beat the seniors' winning streak by taking first place with our locomotive homecoming float designed by Keith Israel and put together at Bob and Dan s garage. This year we also had the job of planning for the Junior-Senior Prom, the big social event of the year at E.C.H.S. It was great to be an upperclassman and do all kinds of neat upperclass things such as having lockers downstairs and taking P.S.A.T. tests and being on work programs. Our class president was Leslie Long and our vice president was Greg Champion. Tammy Boyland was secretary and Rod McMinn, treasurer.m mm a cpsQswa) Frank Perry will always be remembered in the class of '19. Frank died in tragic car accident Tuesday, November 15, 1977. Jeff Boyland Tammy Boyland Betty Brewer Dan Brock Marty Brooks Darrell Brown Mark Brown Cheryl Browning Rosie Bucci Mark Burdsall Kathy Burton Starr Campbell David Carpenter Jamie Casas Roger Castor Greg Champion Connie Clark Dennis Clingaman Bob Clouser Barbara Coffmar. Marcy Cole Jeff Collins Jill Conwcll Doug Cooper Carrie Coots Jeff Copeland Mark Copeland Tom Copher Gregg Cox Pam Cox Mike Crim Cindy Davis Amy Dowler Nancy Dudley Ellen Duncan Joyce Dye Tony Ebert Shelley Ellis Lorinda Evans Kevin Fern Kirby Fern Steve Fettig Pat Finan Becky Fisher Tonya Fitzgibbon Rob Fred Teresa Frye Bryan Glotzbach Kelly Goodwin a 33  Donna Green Jim Gregg Dana Grimes Mary Groover Rhonda Hardebcck Ruth Hargrave Rich Gross Shawn Hanlin Nyla Harris Julie Harting ABOVE RIGHT: Amy Sizelove and Amy Seright take on one of the many jobs of putting together a winning float. LOWER LEFT: Carrie Coots thinks about all the good things in school. Donna Holmes Ruth Hook Lisa Hoskins Jeff Hughes Joe Humel Harold Hunter Tammy Hunter Keith Israel Scott Jones Dave Whitman finds out that being a hall monitor can be a very tiring job, especially first period. 6 v. Brenda Junior Sandra Kaiser Tom Kelich Kathy Kelley Donna Kelly Randy Kelly Kevin King Vickie Kolias Craig Langley Chuck Leavitt Elaine Lee Andy Leeson Chris Leicht Ed Leicht Debi Leisure Leslie Long Lisa Longnecker Christina McDermit Lorrie McKinley Rod McMinn Fred McPhearson Pam McPhearson Terry McPhearson Trent McPhearson Marci McQuitty Mark Mathys Kevin Melvin Tim Mengelt Tim Meschke Rick Miller Janice Minniear Tammy Morris Ted Nichols Marina Pappas Dean Parker Terri Parker Steve Phillips Mary Piirto Julie Poynter Theresa Prieshoff Gwen Pritchard Bob PrusDebbie Prus Tim Rayle Kim Reeves Bruce Richardson Dan Rittcnhouse Tina Rittcnhouse Melanie Ritter Mike Robertson Tracy Robertson Jonelle Romine Roger Rowland Jackie Rumler Teresa Sallee Lisa Savage Amy Seright Eddie Scholl Becky Singer Teresa Singer Amy Sizelove Dean Slate Mike Stage Dcna Stainbrook Jim Standridge David Stewart Jody Stone Dennis Stout Randy Stratton Tricia Stutzman Mike Summers Judy Swinford Doug Tam Annette Taylor Teresa Taylor Trent Tillman Dale Twiford Tawny Wells Cindy Wheeler Cindy White David Whitman Ron Wiand Tom Wilhoite Mike Williams Angie Wills Virginia Wilson Martin Wire Pat Wright Brent Wylie Cheryl Zink 36 Not pictured: Brian Brown, Rex Abernathy, James Coots, Brenda Ell, Pam Cox, Esther Fierross, Ida Idlewine, Lisa Kimmerling, Teresa Massey, Jeffrey Moss, Ed Rice, William Walters, Teresa Williams, Thomas Williams.The liny- to be happy Is NOV?; Who are the people you see lurking in halls and trying to persuade innocent bystanders to purchase chocolate candy bars? The sophomores, of course! The class of 1980 has continued an old tradition here at Elwood High School by selling candy. Money raised during the project will be used in future years to pay for the prom decorations, building homecoming floats, and any other ventures the class attempts. Another tradition the class participated in this year was the construction of a homecoming float entitled, “EXORCISE THOSE DEVILS!” Second place came to the sophomores for their creation, along with the spirit stick at the football game. Class officers for the 1977-78 year were Rich Florea, president; Wes Bogard, vice president, Leslie Courtney, secretary; and Phil Morgan, treasurer. Cindy Aaron Bernadine Althcrr Kathy Amick Lisa Anderson Greg Arbuckle Robin Armagost Kim Baker Pam Baldwin Anna Ball Brenda Barrett Tammy Basham Mona Baugher Connie Becker Karen Beeman Brenda Bickel Jon Biddle Wgs Bogard Robert Bray Bruce Brewer Brian Brown Laurie Brown Mary Bucci Barbara Burns Linda Burton Archie Caldwell Lori Caldwell Teresa Caldwell Mark Call Bonnie Campbell Chris Campbell Dana Campbell Tom Carmcr Robin Carroll Gil Carter Sonya Casto Brenda Champion Kevin Clark Rod Clark John Clingaman Glen Cole Marty Cole Dan Collier Rod Collins Stephanie Collis Jenny Compton Jamie Connors Kevin Connors Tina Cooper 37The plACE TO bs hAppy is Nere; Pam Croy Chuck Cutsinger Melody Cutsinger Michelle Cutsinger Carolyn Davis Jeff Davis Phil Davis Sharon Davis Susie Davis Faith Dawson Brady Deckard Troy Doan Jack Dudley Lisa Dudley Bobbie Dunn Ned Dunnichay Sarah Durm Tim Durm Scott Easley Penny Eib Bob Eliserio Tom Ellis John Evans Shawn Faulstich Dorothy Fanning Trent Fern Steve Fernung Becky Fettig tjmi m n ?i» mmnMike Finan John Finnerty Stella Fisher Steve Fisher Bob Fitzgibbon Rich Florea Billy Flowers Marie Frazee Jim Fred Kris Frye Lori Gaddis Mike Garcia Anita Gardner Troy Garrison Brian Giselbach Kathy Goodwin Chris Green Mike Green Pat Green Tom Grondin David Groover Autumn Haas Mark Hahn Bobby Hall Rick Hancher Bill Hancock Cheryl Hanshcw Melody Hanshew Mark Hardebeck Brenda Harless Carolyn Harris Montie Harris Tina Harvey Angie Haulk Margie Haulk Robyn Head Chris Headley Debbie Heter David Helm Julie Helpling Dan Hemphill Jo Hinds Aimee Hittle Susan Hobbs Ernie Hoel Ken Hofer Danny Holmes Matt Hoose Marlene Hubbart Lynn Huffman Dan Hughes Torry Hunsberger Marty Hurd Phil Hurt Teresa Hurt Christy Jackman Dan Jackson Jenny Jackson Marshall Jarvis Joe Jeske Amy Jones Ward Jones 39A penny for your thoughts, Bill Molden. What is running through your mind in algebra? Rick Kendall measures with precision in science. David Kelich John Kelich Billy Kelly Rick Kendall Teresa Kendall Steve Killian Teresa Lacy Kevin Landrum Lisa Lane Kirk Lashure Greg Leever Marla Leicht Marty Leisure Lynn Logan Tanna Longerbone David Loser Jeff Loser Tom Luse Pam Lynas Walt McCarty Tim McClish David McGuire Dawn McGuire Darlene McKinley Mary McPhearson Sam McPhearson Lisa Maish Kim Maley Toni Maley Jeff Massey Reggie May Marian Melvin Cathy Meschke Nancy Mitchell Bill Molden Nancy Moore Phil Morgan Rick Mowell Mark Mull Gale Munns Greg Murphy Shawn Nichols Tammy Noble Vance Noble Mike Noone Lisa Nuding Tammy Ozenbaugh Christy ParkerJeff Parker Kevin Pattison Brian Pearson Jim Pearson David Peting Steve Pettit Mike Phenis John Phillips Ronnie Plue Steve Poor Laura Preston Ann Prieshoff Carol Puterbaugh Sandy Ray Leslie Rebuck Kenny Reeves Steve Reynolds Jeff Rich Karen Rittenhouse Kim Rogers Mark Rogers Mark Rominger Kevin Rubush Neena Runyan Robin Runyan Nate Saldana Cindra Schimmel Paul Shallenberger Bob Shannon Cheryl Shawhan Chris Sheets Peggy Sheffield Delaina Shepard Dean Shull Tina Simpson Dennis Skoczylas Rex Small Aimee Smith Andy Smith Bill Smith Greg Smith James Smith Susan Smith Kathy Stage Laura Stearns David Stewart Sheryl Stichler Becky Sullivan Lee Ellen Swartz John Talley Melodi Taylor Robbie Tharp Phil Davis calculates chemicals in grams during physical science class. 41Terry Todd George Toney Mike Townsend Brian Troutman Bart Tunnell Bret Tunnell Lisa Turner Brett Tyner Cheryl VanHorn Andrea VanNess Jeff Vest Chris Warner Don Watson Daphnie Wells Donnea Wells Marty Wells Mike Whetsel Donald Whisler Nina Whisler Robert Whisler Roland Whisler Kevin Whitehead Kenny Whitis Mike Wittebort Tony Wideman Deena Wilhoite Levom Williams Joe Wilson Pat Wilson Cindy Wright Sandy Yohe Dwayne York Robin Armagost hits the books in study hall. Jeff Parker and Kevin Whitehead show startled faces to the photographer during basic grammar. NOT PICTURED: Rita Clark, Tim Johnson, Robby LaShure, Becky Lyons, Brenda Miller, Tisha Nichols, Ricky Payne, Tammy Pratt, Dale Retherford, Michelle Robinson, Dean Roe, Jeff Penn. 42ABOVE: Sheryl Stichler studies in silence. RIGHT: The second place homecoming float. ABOVE RIGHT: Rex Small plays it cool during the homecoming pep session. RIGHT: Pat Green studies diligently.Tl CD Being a freshman is, ... well, a lot of different things. It means being the babies of the school, but this isn't so bad, because it gives you something to look forward to later. A freshman can also do about anything he wishes and no one says anything except, “Oh well, she’s (or he's) just a freshman.” A freshman can really be anything he or she wants. After an undefeated football season, the frosh proved that they had something going for them. One year down, three to go! Freshmen Paul Abbott Elisa Abner Annie Adams Carol Adams Andy Alfrcy Bernice Altherr Tammy Alumbaugh Robby Amick Teresa Anderson Jodi Archart Kim Atwood Tammie Baker Dan Balser Theresa Bastin Brenda Beeman John Beeman Larry Beeman Debbie Bixby Terry Bixby Angela BlakelyJeff Bourff Ken Boyer Mark Boyer Gary Boyland Margaret Bozell Tracy Bradburn Kirk Brenner Tim Brittingham Kim Bryan Pam Buis Mike Burdsall Lori Buster Beverly Butcher Sara Carey Angie Carron Diane Carter Jack Caste Jeff Castor David Champion Debbie Collins Jack Connors John Connors Bill Cornwell Jeff Cotton John Cox Mark Craney George Dauenhauer Tony Dauenhuer Freshmen G D 6 rG 0 Uh Freshmen 45Darrel Dcckard Pat Dcckard Steve Dcckard Angie DcPaulo Todd Diehl Jerry Dowler Todd Downham Cliff Dudley Ray Duffey Kim Edens Paulette Elsworth Don Emery James Emery Mike Erdman Wayne Everling Brian Fanning Laurie Faucett Mellie Fisher Pam Foley Joy Galbrcath Rose Galbrcath Tony Galbrcath Bonnie Gantz Beth Giselbach Debbie Glotzbach Larry Goodknight Ed Gordon Jack Gordon Joe Gordon Brenda Green Don Green Toni Cay Green Sherry Gross Ann Haas Marty Hall Jeff Henry Karen Helpling Randy Hocl Ann Hoffman Doug Hook Tony Hoppenrath Gena Howell Kelly Hudson Toni Hughes Kenny Hampton Danny Harris Mary Harris Scott Hasecustcr Lois Hawkins Gloria Hayward Kara Heaton 46Delay Humphries Scott Hunsberger Steve Hurd Brenda Ice David Idclwine Jackie Idclwine Steve Jackson Marsi Maramillo Harold Jarus Jeff Johnson Charles Jones Susie Jones Mark Jones Lori Kaiser Mark Kelich Rosie Kelich John Keller Kathy Keller Mike Kelley Lisa Kelly Ray Ellen Kelly Judy Kleyla John Landrum Mark Lane Paul Lane Andy LaShure Trent LaShure Kelly Leakey Scott Leavell J.R. Leisure Shellie Leisure Sandy Leonard Jim Logan Judy Longncckcr Debbie Lusc Jeff Luyet Dan Marcy Frank Marcum Annette Martin Scott Massie Beth Mathys Rhonda McCartney Randy McClintock Kevin McClish Larry McClish Shawn McCorkle Linda McDermit Tammy McElfresh Keri McEwen Donna McGuire Audic McKnight Allyson McPhearson George McPhearson Cheryl McQuitty Jackie Mead Cheryl Miller Mike Minniear Dean Molden Charlie Morgan Chip Morris Keith Morgan Kenny Morris 47Lisa Morris Mike Munns Steve Musselman Dodi Nance Pam Noble Debbie Ogle Sherry Payne Steve Pcllctrino Angie Perez Marcy Phillips Betty Ponder Candy Raines Lori Ramey Nick Ray Dan Rebuck Rick Rector Kevin Riley Sara Rittenhouse Cindy Robbins Steve Roberson Barbra Robertson Chuck Robertson Pam Rockhill Dean Roc Mike Roe Tom Roc Mary Ann Rogers Roxanne Rogers Tim Rumblcr Shelley Runyan Debbie Ruterford Lisa Schell John Scirclc Jim Scott Brian Seats John Shallenbcrger Steve Sherman Tammy Simpson Ronnie Singer Ronda Silvey Laura Sizelove Shawn Sizelove Demetrious Skalkotos Denise Skoczylas Cindy Skeen Marty Smith Todd Smith Kimcla Spearman 48Kelly Rcbuck Matt Rice Gary Spearman Susan Stafford David Stansberry Steve Stapleton Julie Stevens Karen Stevens Regina Stevens Jeanie Stewart Laura Strunk Phil Talley David Toney Lora Towe Paula Turner Myra Tomlinson Marty Townsend Mark Vinson Joni VanBuskirk Bobby Walker Lori Waymire Larry Weaver Penny Webb Marisa Wells Marla Wells Art Whisler Jamie Whisler Steve Whitehead Julie Whitis Tony Warner Jeff Wiand Roger Wilhelm Kim Williams Penny Williams Bonnie Wilson Matt Wood Cheryl Woodrum Robert Woodrum Pat Zink Not Pictured: Valerie Christie, Todd Davenport, Lonnie Douglass, Randy Gregory, Brenda Harless, Joseph Harrell, Margie Haulk, Ro-serio Fierross, Paula Hunt, Phillip Hurt, Robby LaShure 49m la mm3 What’s it mean to be a Senior with the class of 1978? Well, it’s been four great years! There are many things each individual senior will remember for himself, but when asked what the highlights of the years were, the following were discovered: Our first pep session and spirit stick; three winning Homecoming floats: Snoopy, Tony the Tiger, Pink Panther, and Mickey Mouse; the “L”; the Sectional days: farmer’s day; ’50’s day; clash day; the ‘Life’ convo when we were frosh, Randi Silvey falling down the bleachers on awards day; senior girls doing the bunnyhop and playing football in the halls; Kirk Fewell fake fighting in the library (poor Mrs. Austin); stud row in the parking lot and in senior hall; having our few dances; Legs Diamonds; all our friends; P.E. class; our beautiful gym suits and trunks; when Bobbi Bradburn stole the halftime show with her umbrella routine; Shangri-La; the Music Man; cap and gown measuring; ordering announcements; Jeff Haulk hanging people out of the Spanish window; and Gary Cooper pulling the shower cord in Chemistry. Also remember that 5th period chemistry class and good ole Fil Huffman, and Kim Champion as Laverne. Remember Mr. Austin; B.J. Watson; the cafeteria lunches; I.O.L.; going to Mexico; getting caught leaving for lunch; nicknames such as: Pouff Whitehead, Fuzz, Short-Shrimp, Hawkeye, Bird, H.B., Lemon, Crash, RIP, Bubbles, Foot, Foot, Foot, Lancelot, Morelli, Poodle, Shorty, Giz, Super Turkey, Rockin Robin, Lu-Lu, Cinnamon, Ewee, Anna Banana, Joe Cool, Studley, Dinkles, and so many more.Every senior has a different outlook on graduating. Some are scared (I expect everyone is a little), some are anxious, some can’t wait to get out and away. But most are already nostalgic and I’m sure that when we all get away next year, we’re going to realize what fun we’ve really had. We’ve stuck together and had fun every minute of these last four years. We’d like to thank our sponsors: Mr. Middleton, Mrs. Merritt, Mr. Herndon, and Mrs. McQuitty for sticking with us through thick and thin. Without them, nothing would have been the same. Good Luck, Class of 1978, and may you never forget all the good times. 51hirst row left to right: Mr. Richard Herndon, Bryan Knotts, Kim Frye, Kathy Melvin, Tisha Maish, Laura Preston, Stephanie Collis, Nancy Shepard, Leah Tucker. George Williams, Shelly Leisure; Second row: Judy Frazee, Ronny Pluc, Amy Hembree, Rosie Bucci, Judy Kleyla, Lori Kaiser, Jeannie Stewart, Karen Helpling, Dcmctrious Skalko-tos, Dave Idlewine, Lorena Vance; Third row: Kim Williams, Moira Bccman, Missy Morgan, Bev Longncckcr, Marci McQuitty, Penny Crim, Marian Melvin, Dean Parker, Judy Longnecker, Lee Ellen Swartz. Daphanie Wells; Fourth row: Robin Wright, Cindy Wright, Bev Butcher, Beth Scircle, Anna Miller, Kathy Keith, Keith Morgan, Larry Weaver, Rich Collis, Keith Israel, Jeff Bourff; Fifth row: Tracy Hughes, Tim Mcngclt, Tony Gaddis, Tom Carmer, Janet Bucci, Leslie Rcbuck. Rich Florca, Joe Humcl, Greg Champion, Phil Morgan, Jeff Cotton, Mike Summers. Each year the Student Council has a big part in organizing the Homecoming festivities. This year they chose the theme for the floats, decided the time for the game and the parade, organized the Homecoming dance, arranged for the float judging, plus many other activities connected with Homecoming. 52 Seniors seated left to right: Kathy Melvin, Melanie Simmons, Jeff Fettig, Pam Helm, Gary Cooper. Beth Scirclc. Bryan Knotts. Mr. Richard Herndon; standing: Sherry Corbett, Kirk Fewell, Amy McDaniel, Pam Ritter, Julie Drake, Laura Boyer, Tresa Rogers Chaffin, Norma Thornberry, Janet Thomas. Margie Malcy, Margaret Kelich, Suzanne Arnold, Dorinda Bradley, Joan Phillips, Leah Tucker, Don Mason, George Williams, Jerry Hinds, Tisha Maish. It takes a lot of hard work to become a National Honor Society member, as only the members really know. Requirements for membership include a steady 3.5 grade average for seven semesters and qualities in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The junior members of Honor Society are only provisional members. This means that they have not yet completed the seven semesters required for membership. Their grades will be averaged at the end of the first semester of their senior year. Juniors seated Left to right: Rosie Bucci. Amy Scright, Terri Parker. Chris MeDermit, Leslie Long. Tammy Morris, Dana Grimes, Mrs. Betty Starkey; standing: Amy Sizclovc, Sandy Kaiser, Joe Humcl, Tina Ritten-housc, Mary Piirto, Teresa Frye, Jill Heaton, Betsy Boyer, Roger Castor. Dennis Clingaman. 53ABOVE RIGHT — Graduate Jim Knoop served as the YMCA Model Legislative Governor for the 1977 session. ABOVE — Parliamentarian Amy McDaniel talks with fellow officers at the annual banquet, which is held at the end of the mock legislature each year. Many people ask, “What in the world is Hi-Y?” Hi-Y is a group of high school students who through the local YMCA participate in many different activities; one is Youth and Government. The group would also like to do such things as community service projects, sponsor social activities, and help with local fund raising projects such as St. Jude’s Bikathon. The next time someone asks what Hi-Y is, you can tell them! FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT Hi-Y members arc Tim Meschke, Angela Ungaretti, Kim Champion, Kevin Landrum; SECOND ROW Lisa Helpling, Dana Fettig, Cathy Mcschkc, Christy Jackman, Jeff Davis; THIRD ROW — Pat Green, Richard Florca, Julie Helpling, Randi Silvey, and Greg Leever. NOT PICTURED — Julie Meschke, Peggy Tapek. Scott Easley, and Anna Miller. 54Jeff Davis and Tim Meschke attend the Governor’s Banquet in style. Three Elwood teens took top honors at the annual Purdue Student Legislative Assembly this past November. The program, which is part of the Indiana Student Congress group, is sponsored by the state to encourage students to get involved with their government. The participants write bills to be presented on the floor for debate. The five members in the Elwood Student Congress also took part in the activities at the Northside High School Congress. LEFT TO RIGHT, STUDENT CONGRESS MEMBERS — Bill Smith, Allison McPhcarson, Amy McDaniel, SECOND ROW — Terri Parker, Susie Stafford, and sponsor Mr. Tom Austin. Curt Meschke, Hi-Y sponsor, has a few laughs with the Richmond advisor. 55Earl Watson, Assistant Director of Vocational School Delbert Lewis, Director of Vocational School Van Bailey, Assistant Principal Blair Sullivan. Principal Julie Detling, Vocational Secretary Emily Leavell, Vocational Secretary Susan Dudley, Secretary to Assistant Principal Carol Courtney, Secretary to Principal Dr. Arther Kupisch, Superintendent of Elwood Schools, takes time to talk with two students at the high school.SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS: BACK ROW, W. Mathys, D Bingham, attorney, J. Kiphart; FRONT ROW, W. Shepard,'J. Cole, R. Aberhathy. Superintendent office secretaries, left to right, are Jo Glenn Mary Wright, and Barbara Kurtz. David Middleton, counselor June VanWagner, counselor Betty House, counselorJeanne Barr Michael Bomholt Phillip Brown Left: Coach Mannies gets the “oF pie in the face.” Above: Lisa Hclpling, Mrs. Sullivan, Joe Humel, Anna Miller, and Shelly Sizelovc take some time out to ‘‘goof off’ while working toward a yearbook deadline. Gerald Burton James Compton Vicki Coston Marian Crimans Steve Demuth Virginia Disoswayerects Karen Fettig Don Fortner Mr. Middleton makes a face at the photographer. :rndon man Max Hoppel Phillip Huffman Diana Garner Charles HaskettSharon Johnson Shirley Kinder Gary Kratzer Gary Linder Marilyn Lucas Anna Mae McQuitty Junior Mannies Darrell McQuitty Raeanna Merritt Joan Mercer 60 Robert Moore Nancy Oakes Above Left: Mr. Compton, Mr. Pantos, and Mr. Abshire discuss the latest happenings at the Teacher's Breakfast. Above: Mr. Compton, alias “GREAT KAHN,” gives one of his famous predictions.Thomas Pantos Linda Personette Dan Prieshoff George Ray Daniel Rayshich Larry Ritchie Naomi Schwcar Lyle Sheffield .WAN Betty Starkey Joanne Sullivan Lillian Sullivan Elvona Tolle Betty Jo Watson Roberta Welker George Williams Robert Woodruff Gobble, Gobble, Mr. Brown 61Custodians Keep School SPIC‘TO’SPAN 1. Dale Ebbert 2. Loretta Hittle 3. Mary Poole 4. Allan Smith 5. Steve SavageFirst Row Left to Right: Charlotte Odom, Pam Beeman, Beverly Campbell. Jane Brogdon; Back Row: Grace Werline, Martha Bennett, Jean Stewert, Jean Caldwell, Rachel Peeper, Mildred Pantos. Supervisor.A friend is, a push when you’ve stopped, a word when you're lonely, a smile when you’re sad, a song when you’re glad. To get the full value of joy, you need a friend to share it. vBesides the regular club meeting. Campus Life sponsors many special events and trips throughout the year. This year the club sponsored a Burger Bash with Flamingo Football which ended in a tie with the girls against guys. Campus Campus Life completed its first year as a club at Elwood High. The purpose of the club is to provide students with the opportunity to openly discuss many of the major issues of teens today. Topics range from “How To Raise Your Parents,” “Family Hassles," “Sex and the Single Student,” “Future,” “Guilt,” and the list goes on. “Two ski trips to Michigan, an All-Night Party, the musical group. Under New Management, a Florida Trip during spring break, and a Mud Bowl to end the year were only a few of the good times we've shared together this past year,” commented Bill Jones with a smile. It is the desire of the Campus Life staff that the students attending develop balanced lives, with equal emphasis on the mental, physical, social, and spiritual areas of life. There is no membership or dues; the club is for all the students at Elwood High who wish to get involved in club meeting discussions, trips, and a lot of special activities. Students participating in Campus Life: Row One: Elisa Abner, Marlene Hubbartt, Jack Gordon, Tonicay Green, Debbie Williams, George Williams, Marty Townsend, Randy Hoel, and Terri Parker; Row Two: Aimee Klittle, Mary Piirto, Christina McDcrmit, Beth Scirclc, Amy Dowler, Marty Smith, Jeff Castor, Penny Webb, and Debbie Loose; Row Three: Kim Edens, Carol Puterbaugh, Kim Champion, Luannc Roe, Jeannic Riley, Mary Kelly, Kathy Keith, Tammy Morris, Toni Maley, and Sandy Leonard; Row Four: Tom Cophcr, Mike Burdsall, Ernie Hoel, Danny Holmes, Steve Whitehead, Donnie Green, Kevin Whitehead, Kathy Amick, and Lisa Helpling; Row Five: Roger Castor, Pam Helm, Dennis Clingaman, Craig Murphy, Mark Burdsall, Sonny Ray, Tom Luse, Marty Cole, Cam Whitehead, and Anna Miller.JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT Junior Achievement gives high school students the opportunity to learn corporational management, control, and production. It also trains them in effective salesmanship and cooperation. Selling stock to capitalize, electing officers, and deciding on a product start the year. Contests, production, and officers working on their books are also part of the working year. Regional conference (JAMCO) is an excellent chance for representatives to participate in workshops and seminars and then take back to their companies new selling techniques and product ideas. Trade Fair is held annually at the Anderson Mall to help sell surplus products near the end of the JA years. Liquidation closes the books, the production line and the company. The end-of-the-year reports and financial status of the company are published in the annual report, which is then mailed along with the dividend check to the stockholders. The Future Unlimited Banquet, where company year awards, individual awards, and national conference candidates are announced, is held at Anderson College and officially finishes the JA year. 1. SALESMANSHIP 2. FRIENDSHIP 3. PRODUCTION 4. ADVISORS 5. BOARD MEETINGS EIEIO: 1st row — Dan Wilson (President), Amy McDaniel (V.P. of Sales), Bill Molden (V.P. of Manufacturing), Sherry Alexander (V.P. of Personnel), Michael Roe, Andy Alfrey; 2nd row — Kathy Leisure, Marshall Jarvis, Tim Rumlcr, Rocky Lane, Robert Shannon, Steve Sherman. NOT PICTURED — Lori Anderson (Treasurer), Cindy Davis (Secretary) EL JACO: 1st row — Joan Phillips (President), Barbara Pettit (V.P. of Sales), Lori Hartley (Secretary), Gwen Pritchard (Treasurer), Christy Parker (V.P. of Manufacturing); 2nd row — Marcia Phillips, George McPhearson, Gina Howell, Angela Blakely, Sara Carey, Jo Leight (V.P. of Personnel). NOT PICTURED — John Connorsthey did it with CLASS! The mighty Panther football team, led by their co-captains Jerry Hinds and Kirk Fewell, put things together this year for an 8-2 record, which ties the best ever record at Elwood. They were rated 7th in the AP poll antj tied with Tipton as CIC co-champs. Seven members of the team received outstanding awards for their achievements this year. Local awards included: outstanding offensive lineman, Jerry Hinds; outstanding defensive lineman, Steve Phillips; outstanding offensive back, Tracy Hughes; outstanding defensive back, Kevin Melvin; outstanding linebacker Kirk Fewell; most improved player, Tony McCord. The Panthers also had five players named to the CIC all-conference and five to honorable mention. Offensive Players were Dean Slate, Jerry Hinds, and Tracy Hughes; defensive players were Kirk Fewell, and Kevin Melvin. Honorable mention was given to David Murray, Bart McQuitty, Jeff Hughes, Mark Burd-sall, and Jim Gregg. Kevin Melvin made AP all-state and Jerry Hinds made honorable mention. Kirk Fewell was named to the UP1 and AP all-state teams. Sam Tyner and Jim Gregg congratulate each other on a fine game. 68 The team gets its final pep talk before a tuff game.The mighty Panther bench cheers its teammates to victory.Junior Varsity Tackles Tine Season LEFT TO RIGHT ARE VARSITY AND JR. VARSITY PLAYERS, FIRST ROW — Nina Whisler, manager; Kenny Hofer, Rex Small, Rich Gross, Reggie May, Jerry Hinds, Ned Dunnichay, Scott Beeman, Jamie Casas, Joe Furnish, Lana Sexton, manager; SECOND ROW — J.V. Coach Mike Bomholt, Sonny Ray, manager; Scott Hase-custer, manager; Phil Morgan, Marty Wells, Pat Wilson, Rich Collis, Wes Bogard, Mark Copeland, Roland Whisler, Dennis Skozylas, Deryke Pierce, J.V. Coach Phil Huffman; THIRD ROW — Coach Gary Kratzer, Ben Hobbs, Ron McCall, Jeff Hughes, Kevin Landrum, Trent Fern, Tony Ebert, Randy Stratton, David Whitman, Kirk Fcwell, David Murray, Tom Kelich, Coach Jay Howk; FOURTH ROW — Jamie Conners, Kevin Melvin, Sam Tyner, Tim Meschke, Jim Gregg, Rod Collins, Ernie Hoel, Tony McCord, Mike Duffy, Tracy Hughes, Head Coach Steve De-muth; FIFTH ROW — Brian Glotzbach, Wayne Massey, Kevin Fern, Terry McPhearson, Dean Slate, Paul Shallenberger, Mark Burdsall, Mike Summers, Bart McQuitty, and Steve Phillips. The Elwood Junior Varsity football squad started off with a good season and went on to collect a winning record of 5-1. They won the first four games of the season beating Pendleton Heights 34-19, Tipton 14-0, Taylor 12-0, and Peru 15-14. The only loss suffered this year was 34-8 against Noblesville. The season ended with a defeat of Blackford 20-14.“I think there’s a lot of natural ability in that class. They should have three more years of outstanding varsity football.” These words were spoken by a very proud freshman football coach, Mr. Dan Frieshoff. The ball club finished with a perfect 7-0 winning season. The boys’ toughest game was against Blackford, barely topping the club by a score of 8-6. Mr. Ron Runyan was assistant coach of the team. Panther fans should be in store for a few more seasons of winning play as the young team moves ahead! BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT ARE FIRST ROW — Scott Hasecuster, manager; John Landrum, Randy Hoel, Tony Warner, Mark Kelich, Bobby Walker, Demetri Skalkotos; SECOND ROW — Mike Erdman, Jeff Henry, Jeff Wiand, Art Whisler, Chip Morris, Mark Vinson, Mark Craney, Danny Harris; THIRD ROW — Todd Downham, Nick Ray, Don Green, Tag Shallenberger, Keith Morgan, Phil Talley, Mike Burdsall, Dan Marley; FOURTH ROW — Coach Ron Runyan, Ray Duffy, Jeff Cotton, Tony Daunhauer, George Daunhauer, Rick Rector, Steve Whitehead, Paul Zink, Coach Dan Prieshoff.e n n 1 s FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Greg Leever, Robin Wright, Terri Parker, and Mike Phenis; SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT, coach Darrel McQuitty, Jeff Vest, Tom Savage. Bryan Knotts, Mark Mathys, and Bruce Johnson, manager, varsity team. A highly spirited tennis team had a rebuilding season this year after losing D.J. Updcgraff, Roger Smith, Jim Skillman and Ebe Cotton to graduation. The team had a rough going season not breaking into the win column. The junior varsity had a fairly good season ending with a record of 4-4. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Champion, Dave Helm, Pat Green, Kirk Brenner, Greg Champion, Robin Cox, and Larry Leaver, junior varsity. ABOVE: Tom Savage returns a volley from his opponent.LEFT TO RIGHT — FIRST ROW: Don Mason, Tim Brittingham, Robbie Tharp, Gary Cooper; SECOND ROW: Steve Pettit, Mike Barnett, Joe Humel, John Talley, Coach Burton. MLVe Peru c Invitatio ■Vernon-Highla Ne Castle Tipton-Biackford Taylor Mississinewa-Oa West e r n'mvita t iona IlJ Alexandria-Wabash Pendleton-Mt. Vernon Shenandoah CIC at Peru Frankton-Madison Grant Sectional at Pendleton 81 54-69-16 70-40-20 31-25 4th(98 Pts.) 31-48-43 I4th(399 Pts.) ABOVE: Gary Cooper heads for a record breaking finish; time — 12:56, in a 2 1 2 mile run. RIGHT: Robbie Tharp watches the J.V. race. The Elwood Cross Country team had a fair season ending with a record of 6-10. Their 10 losses were very close decisions, lacking only a few points to win. The squad participated in two invitational meets placing 7th in the Pike Invitational and 8th in the Western Invitational. They placed 4th with 78 pts. at the C.I.C. in Peru and with a total of 399 pts. they placed 14th in the Sectional at Pendleton. Gary Cooper set a new school record at a meet with Mississinewa and Oak Hill. Robbie Tharp and Mike Barnett broke the previous record in the same race. Gary Cooper was also voted Outstanding Cross Country Runner for 1977. u 2 73u p A IV Members of the sectional team are (front row L to R) Lisa Anderson, Debbie Bunch, Norma Thorn-berry, Melanie Simmons, Kathy Melvin, Laura Boyer; (second row L to R) Kim Frye, Sandy Kaiser, Linda Benson, Kim Abplanalp, Julie Drake, Candy Dietzer; (third row L to R) Coach Personette. OVER TO WIIV. Laura Boyer shows special movements when hitting a ball while Brenda Benson watches. Improving their record from last year, the girl’s varsity volleyball team had a season record of 9 wins and 7 losses also placing fourth in C.I.C. play with 3 wins and 3 losses. The veteran team though improved could not make it through sectional action losing in the first round of the series. Along with the varsity team, the junior varsity was also improving last year’s record from 8-5 to 9 and 6. Participating for the J.V. team was Tammy Alumbaugh, Paulette Els-worth, Beth Giselbach, Karen Helpling, Amy Jones, Rosie Kelich, Leslie Long, Marian Melvin, Cathy Meschke and Lori Kaiser. Manager Randi Silvey sits ready to help out in case of emergency.BELOW: Marian Melvin bumps the ball BELOW: Coach Personette intently studies while Lori Kaiser and Beth Giselbach stand her team’s performance at a home game. ready to help out if needed. LEFT: Candy Dietzer spikes the ball to attempt a point. RIGHT: Melanie Simmons gets really involved by bumping the ball from the floor. 1 Fired Up! VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ABOVE: BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT. Melanie Simmons, Captain; Kim Champion. Polly Panther; and Debbie Leisure; top row left. Bev Longncckcr. Julie Drake. Sponsor June Van Wagner, Debbi Bunch, and Leslie Long. ABOVE: JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Julie Helpiing, Polly Panther; Marion Melvin. Captain; Amy Jones, Jenny Compton. Laura Preston, and Leslie Courtney, alternate. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS, BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Kleyla, alternate; Rosie Kelich, Polly Panther; Debbi Collins. Back row left, Laura Size-love. Cheryl McQuitty and Karen Helpiing. Captain. 76— Our favorite E-nien and women are our coaches, as follows: 1. Tom Austin 2. Mike Bomholt 3. Jerry Burton 4. Steve Demuth 5. Max Hoppel 6. Jav Howk 7. Phil Huffman Tl e Br«iii s CJ Science ( Math Front Row — Left to Right: Mr Herndon (Co-Sponsor), Jeff Fettig (Pres.), George Williams (Vice Pres.), Pam Helm (Sec.), Terri Parker, Amy Sizelove, Mr. Huffman (Co-Sponsor); Second Row — Roger Castor, Mary Piirto, Amy Seright, Beth Scircle, Larry Watson, Dana Grimes, Theresa Prieshoff; Third Row — Sandy Kaiser, Pat Wright, Chris Toutisakie, Mark Burdsall, Cam Whitehead, Christina McDcrmit, Tina Rittenhouse, Vance Noble, Rosie Bucci. This year the Science and Math Club, under the supervision of Mr. Herndon and Mr. Huffman, traveled to Delco-Remy Plant at Anderson and to the Ball State Planetarium. This group of students was required to make a leaf collection, insect collection, rock and mineral collections. They had a fun spring campout and plan a trip to the Chicago Museum. With Jeff Fettig as their president, George Williams as vice president, and Pam Helm as secretary, the club sponsored a rocket contest in the spring.Tfc the feet ej Adventure FRONT ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT — Miss Coston, sponsor; Mike Summers, Jim Gregg, Cindy White, Kathy Stage, and Lisa Turner. SECOND ROW: Sonya Casto, Teresa Wisncr, Teresa Lacy, David Loser, Greg Cox, Mike Garcia, Robbie Fred; Third Row: Jim Fred, Torcy Hunsbcrgcr, Rick Hanchcr, Jeff Rich, Gil Carter, Scott Hunsbcrgcr. The Adventure Club, sponsored by Miss Coston, took a trip to Turkey Run for a weekend of camping. It rained a lot that weekend and all but one of the trails were closed, but despite the rain, they had a good time talking around the campfire, wading through mud and water, playing pinball, and horseback riding. Later in the month the club combined with the Thespians in a cookout and hayridc at Mrs. Johnson’s home. Tom Kclich drove the hay wagon on the chilly autumn night. The Adventure Club officers are president, Mike Summers; vice president; Jim Gregg; secretary, Cindy White; and treasurer, Kathy Stage.Learning For... (ABOVE) The morning Intensive Office Lab students sort through the items for their annual auction. They are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Amy McDaniel, Sherry Corbett, Pam Ritter, Tisha Maish, and Nancy Shepard. (TO THE LEFT) Lorcna Vance entertains a friend in the Child Care Class. ® ® ® The Fu ture (UPPER RIGHT): The printing class listens attentively to Mr. Fortner for instructions. (UPPER LEFT): Bobby Hall, Robby Tharp, Brett Tyner learn the difficult electricity problems you come across in electricity class. (UPPER LEFT): Luanne Roe Finds out how difficult key punch can be in IOL. (LEFT): Doug Gillam concentrates on his work in drafting. (RIGHT): Katrina Bastin busily types to get a letter completed before the bell rings in IOL. 81 cr, h hesfjians istmas on Walton’s Mountain TO THE LEFT: The Walton Family anxiously awaits the return of their father on Christmas Eve. “Goodnight, John-Boy,” rang out many an evening last fall as the Thespians rehearsed Earl Hamner’s heartwarming drama, “The Homecoming.” Tina Rittenhouse and Jeff La Pointe headed the cast with their portrayal’s of Olivia and John Walton, Jr. Doug Tam, Tammy Morris, and Cam Whitehead starred respectively as John Walton, Grandma and Grandpa Walton. The Walton children were cast as follows: Mary Ellen, Pam Helm; Jason, Kevin Whitehead; Ben, Glen Cole; Erin, Kim Williams; Jim-Bob, Jack Casto; and Elizabeth, Kelly Leakey. The production was directed by Mrs. Sharon Johnson, assisted by George Williams, Jr. TOP: Jim-Bob sneaks a bit of cake batter from the bowl. ABOVE: The children sing carols, hoping for presents from the rich city lady. 82 PICTURED BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW Adviser Mrs. Sharon Johnson. President George Williams, Vice-president Cam W’hitehcad, Secretary Tina Rittcnhouse, Treasurer Christina McDermit, Point-recorder Mary Piirto, Jack Casto. and Terri Parker; SECOND ROW — Carol Putcrbaugh, Sandy Leonard, Peggy Tapek, Mary Harris, Betty Ponder, Joan Phillips. Tammy Morris, Kelly Leakey; THIRD ROW — Pam Helm, Doug Tam, Roger Castor, Kim Edens. Amy McDaniel, Kevin Whitehead, Marlene Hubbartt. Amy Scright, and Rosie Bucci; FOURT ROW Steve Whitehead, Bill Smith. Toni Maley, Jeff Castor, Danny Holmes. Greg Murphy, Sonny Ray, Donald Green. Debbie Lusc, and Kim Williams. FAR LEFT — John-Boy comforts his mother, as she is worred about her beloved husband. LEFT — Kelly Leakey and Pam Helm ponder the reality of Santa Claus in the Walton living room. 83 Above: Dave Carpenter plays along with the band on his mighty trombone. Left: Marching in hot and cold weather is hard work, but band members seem to think it’s worth it. The band, under the new direction of Mr. Charles Haskett, stayed busy this year with basketball games, after football games, and then went right into the variety show. They received first place in the Frankton and Kemp-ton parades, and marched with many other bands in the Anderson Veterans Day Parade. They worked on the annual band glass drive, in addition to selling Christmas candles and 1978 calendars. A trip to Disney World in Florida finished out a very good year for the Marching Panther Band. V First row: Cindy Robins, Joni VanBuskirk, Elisa Abner, Leslie Rebuck, Lisa Savage, Dorinda Bradley, Paula Turner, Amiee Smith, Shelly Leisure; Second row: Jeff Fettig, Sharon Davis, Bobbi Bradburn, Marisa Wells, Jack Casto, Becky Fcttig, Lisa Turner, Lee Swartz, Tammie Baker, Beth Mathys, Donna Green, Beth Scircle, Lisa Morris, Tammy Ozcnbaugh, Kim Williams, Angie Caron, Marcy Cole; Third row: Cindy Hershey, Sherri Gross, Melanie Ritter, Toni Hughes, Kim Edens, Betsy Boyer, Tracy Robertson, Pat Wright, Roger Castor, Brenda Barrett, Rhonda McCartney, Lorry Goodnight, Carol Puterbaugh, Dana Grimes, Lois Hawkins, Jeff Casto, Teresa Hurt; Fourth row: Julie Pointer, Jamie Whisler, Sara Rittenhouse, Charlie Morgan, Nick Ray, Lori Buster, Angie Perry, Tina Rittenhouse, Penny Webb, Mary Piirto, George Williams, Steve Musselman, Larry Watson, Keri McEwen, Luannc Row, Aimcc Hittlc, Tonya Fitzgibbon; Fifth row: Kathy Leisure, Amy Dowlcr, Jay Puterbaugh, John Scircle, Sonny Ray, Marty Cole, Fred McPhearson, Amy McDaniel, Dave Toney, Danny Holmes, Danny Wilson, Dean Shaw-, Troy Garrison, George Toney, Todd Smith, Jim Robertson, Dave Carpenter, Katrina Boston. 85The majorettes are a very important part of the band. They perform pre-game and halftime shows to the music of the band at football and basketball games. At right are the Majorettes. Front to back: Tammy Ozenbaugh, Marisa Wells, Elisa Abner, Aimce Smith. Paula Turner. Bobbi Bradburn, Kim Williams At right. Flag girls Shelly Leisure, Julie Pointer, Kathy Leisure, Tonya Fitzgibbon, Cindy Robbins, Cindy Hcr-shcy. At left: Feature twirler Leslie Rebuck, head majorette Lisa Savage, and feature twirler Dorinda Bradley. 86This year we’ve got a new choir director, Mr. Haskett. So far we’ve been kept pretty busy performing for various groups, doing Christmas programs, and doing the Variety Show. We’re looking forward to next year when we'll be even better. At left: 1 to r. Sara Carey, Angie Haulk, Toni Green, Ann Hoffman. Deena Wilhoite; Second row: Teresa Caldwell, Cheryl Shawhan, Robin Head, Lisa Nuding, Mary McPhcarson; Third row: Director Mr. Haskett, Darlene McKinley, Barbra Coffman, Tonya Fitzgibbon, Julie Hclpling, Lori Hartley, Jill Cotner, Tricia Stutzman, and Jay Puterbaugh. We’re called Skylight and we’re the new Elwood High Swing Choir. W'e think that Elwood needed a swing choir and by next year we'll be ready to show our stuff. At right: 1. to r. Cindy Wright, Julie Helpling; Second row: Jenny Compton. Teresa Caldwell, Cheryl Shawhan, Ann Hoffman, Lori Kaiser; Third row: Deena Wilhoite, Lori Caldwell, Mr. Haskett, Amy Jones, Kim Baker, and Jamie Whislcr. 87In the midst of winter I finally found, that there was in me, an invincible summer. Sometimes I can do it alone, but other times I need support — friends who will accept me simply as I am and encourage me to be me all the more! Each of us is the only person who can give the other what each of us wants to have.kmm You know the old saying, “That’s the way the ball bounces.” Well, the ball didn’t bounce the right way for the Panthers. They ended with a season record of 4-17, despite a tremendous amount of effort. The team had a slow start. This year like always, they were playing some teams who had 3 or 4 games under their belt before Elwood had any. Their first victory came against Madison-Grant in the Grant County Tourney, which was the first time Elwood was able to participate. Elwood lacked two major elements to break a zone, height and consistant outside shooting. After 10 games, the team suffered the loss of two valuable players, Mike Barnett and Bart McQuitty to injuries. After 15 games Elwood had an offensive average of 57.1 and a defensive average of 67.0. Coach Junior Mannies stated that his first season at Elwood was disappointing. To improve El wood’s basketball prospects a program was started in the lower grades. Together with several other faculty members, a sports writer, and a disc jockey, he also got a very good Pep Club started to support the boys. First Row: Coach Junior Mannies, Tim Rumler A.V., Greg Leever, Steve Poor, Asst. Coach Phil Huffman; second row: Jeff Hughes, Sam Tyner, Tony McCord, Tim Mengelt, Tracy Hughes, Brian Glotzbach, Dan Rittenhouse, Bart McQuitty, Larry Whctsel, Mike Barnett, Greg Champion, Tim Mcschkc, Robin Wright.FAR LEFT: Mike Barnett, who was injured during the season, goes up for a layup. IMMEDIATE LEFT: Jeff Hughes is captured just before racking up a couple of points for the Panthers. BELOW: Coach Mannies discusses strategy with the Panthers. BELOW RIGHT: Bart McQuitty rips down a rebound. Basketball 1978 nous•J.V.- STEPPING UP! Experience gained and lessons learned, the Elwood Junior Varsity basketball team ended its season with a record of 7-11. These guys showed hustle and desire to win and never gave up no matter how down they were. They will go on to become valuable varsity members. ‘‘Good team ball” is the key, and when the J.V. Panthers visited the Fort Wayne Luers, they came from behind and displayed this teamw'ork beautifully, snuffing out the bigger Luer team. Many players were important in assisting the 1977-78 team, with Tim Meschke leading in assists, and John Talley leading in rebounds, JV team pictured above: lying, Tom Cotton; sitting, John Talley, Ned Dunnichay, Jeff Cotton, points, and overall game perfor-Coach Phil Huffman, and Tim Mcschkc; standing — Jim Pearson, manager: Greg Champion, ' Rich Florca, Mike Phcnis, Jeff Vest, Andy Smith, Mike Whetsel. and Pat Green, manager. Mississincwa Lapel Haworth Noblesi FranL-» JtS. Pendleton e l.ucrs n Grant I I C ohi n t y Jpurncy 3Tak Hill Madison Grant At left - John Talley goes up for two big points. Lower far left — Mike Whetsel flies high for a jump ball. At left — Coach Huffman and team watch fellow team members in a stratepm nU« 93Kenny Hampton drives for a basket on a fastbreak. Fros h Kirk Brenner uses that soft touch as Steve Pcllc-trino gets postion. The Freshman teams have a lot of potential to improve Elwood’s program. The teams have a lot of height with six players at 6’ 2” or over. The A-team had two outstanding players, Jeff Cotton with an average of 8 points 10 rebounds, and Kirk Brenner, 6 points and 9 rebounds. The B-team had three outstanding players, David Champion, Todd Down-ham and Marty Smith, but all the players contributed to a good season. The A-tcam ended the season with a record of 5-6. The B-team ended the season with a 7-3 record. The record is deceiving, because all the games were lost at the gun. First row: Chip Morris, Matt Wood, Demetrious Skalkotos; Second row: Tony Hoppenrath, Ken Hampton, Larry Weaver, Mark Vinson, Scott Lcavell, Larry McClish, Scott Hasccustcr; Third row: Rick Rector, Tom Roe, Steve Pellctrino, Marty Smith, Phil Talley, J.R. Leisure, Bob Walker, George Dauenhauer; Fourth row: Asst. Coach Hoppel, Jeff Cotton, Todd Downham, Kirk Brenner, Roger Wilhelm, Jeff Bourff, Tony Daunhauer, Coach Bomholt.E-Women First row: Miss Pcrsonctte, Randi Silvcy, Kathy Keith. Kim Frye, Kathy Melvin; second row: Christina McDermit, Melanie Simmons, Julie Drake, Kim Abplanalp, Candy Dictzcr. E-Men What is an E-Club member? E-Club members are any boy or girl who has earned a varsity letter in any sport. First row: Mr. Mannies, Jerry Hinds, Bryan Knotts, Robin Wright, Sam Tyner, Mr. Demuth; second row: Bruce Johnson, Sonny Ray, Tim Mcngclt, Mark Burdsall, Tony Ebert, Ben Hobbs, Jim Gregg; third row: Wayne Massie, Dean Slate, Mike Summers, Bart McQuitty, Tracy Hughes, Joe Humel, Tony McCord. The E-men this year went to a Pacer game. They also sold Panther stickers to raise money. Below: Brian Aldridge sells a sticker to Lance Winings.Varsity girls' basketball this year had a new coach. Miss Linda Pcrsonettc. Though at first adjusting to the new coach was hard, the team did pretty well with an even record of 9 wins. 9 losses, and a near sectional championship. Besides being runners-up. three of the team made outstanding scoring records and were ranked in the top ten scorers of Madison County. These girls were Kim Abplanalp. seventh with a 11.6 point average; Candy Dietzer, ninth with a 10.6 point average; and Betsy Boyer, tenth with a 9.0 average. Among the eleven-person team, six were seniors, all with pretty good career scores: Kim Abplanalp, 325 points; Brenda Benson, 185 points; Laura Boyer, 81 points. Candy Dietzer, 514 points; Melanie Simmons, 189 points; and Norma Thornberry. 145 points. Other members of the team were juniors Betsy Boyer, Chris MeDermit, arJ Terri Parker; a sophomore, Cathy Meschke; and a freshman, Rosie Kelich. VARSITY Game: Anderson Madison Heights Madison Grant Wabash Peru Tipton Lapel Marion Westfield Blackford Noblesvillc Frankton Alexandria Madison Grant Tourney Madison Grant - 9L Opp. Tipton 38 Sectional Runners-up El Frankton 47 3 Pendleton Heights 33 2‘ Anderson I 52 6- First row: Cathy Meschke, Terri Parker; second row: Norma Thornberry. Laura Boyer, Melanie Simmons, Betsy Boyer; third row: Coach Pcrsonettc. Candy Dietzer. Brenda Benson, Kim Abplanalp, Chris MeDermit, Rosie Kelich, and Asst. Coach Coston. Above: Laura Boyer watches for teammates to get into position. Right: Candy Dietzer whizzes past her opponent. Left: Brenda Benson jumps up for a rebound. Below: Norma Thornberry tries for a free throw. Coach Pcrsonctte’s B-team also did pretty well with a win-loss record of 7-6. This year's team was all freshmen and sophomores except for one junior. The team members were freshmen Tammy Alumbaugh, Paulette Elsworth, Beth Gisel-bach. Ray Ellen Kelly, Linda McDcrmit; sophomores Lisa Anderson, Belinda Coston, Stella Fisher, Lynn Huffman; and junior Melanie Ritter. t A Far left: Team takes a time out to rest and discuss strategy. Left: Kim Abplanalp reaches over the head of her opponent to get the ball. 97Wrestling '78 The varsity wrestling team finished the season with a record of 6-3 and the junior varsity finished their season with a 5-2 record. Gary Cooper, senior, finished his wrestling career with an 18-1-1 record. He placed first in the Madison County Tourney, Wes Del Tourney, C.I.C., and Sectionals. Mark Burdsall, junior, has one year left in his career, with his record being 18-4. He placed 3rd at Semi-State, being the only Elwood Wrestler to get to the Semi-State. He placed first in the Wes Del Tourney, Sectionals, Regionals, and placed 2nd in the C.I.C. Tony Ebert, junior, also with one year left in his career has an 18-6 record. He placed first in the Wes Del Tourney, Madison County Tourney, and Sectionals. He placed 2nd in the C.I.C. and 4th in Regionals. In Sectionals there were 6 first and 3 seconds and one third place. Two boys, Mark Burdsall and Tony Ebert, went on to place at Regionals, Mark with a first place and Tony with a third place. Above: Coach Kratzer attends to a possibly injured Rich Collis. Above Right: Rich Collis puts forward his best to beat his opponent. Middle Right: Coach Kratzer, Tony Ebert, Mark Burdsall, Phil Morgan, Gary Cooper, Rich Collis, Doug Vest all were Sectional Champs. Right: This referee is about to call a pin as an Elwood wrestler tries his best to accomplish one. 9899 First row: Joe Furnish, Randy Hoel, Charlie Morgan, Rich Gross, Gary Cooper, Rich Collis, Doug Vest, Ernie Hoel, Mike Burdsall; second row: Kim Frye, mat maid; Reggie May, Tony Ebert, Mark Burdsall, Jeff Collins, Don Mason, Phil Morgan, Rex Small, Mike Minnear; third row: Coach Gary Kratzer, Robby Amick, Donnie Green, Steve Reynolds, Dwight Fuller, Keith Morgan, Nick Ray, Dave Helm, Coach Jay Howk.The girls’ gymnastics team put forth great effort this year under the coaching of Mrs. Barbara Yates. This was Mrs. Yates’ first year at coaching gymnastics. This year’s team that consisted of six freshmen, eight sophomores, one junior, and four seniors. Outstanding performances this year were turned in by Beginning, Debbie Bunch in vault, beam, bars, and floor exercise, Cindy Wright floor ex; Intermediate; Luanne Roe, floor ex.; Marion Melvin, balance beam; and Marla Leicht in bars and vault. Marion Melvin on the “balance” beam. 100 Members of the gymnastics team arc front row Judy Klcyla. Marla Leicht. Pam Noble, Marina Pappas. Debbie Collins; second row Autumn Haas, manager. Lori Gaddis. Daphanic Wells, Stephanie Collis. Angela Ungaretti, Barb Burns, Elisa Abner, and Coach Yales; third row Jo Hinds. Bcv Butcher, Marion Melvin, Debbie Bunch. Julie Drake. Amy Jones. Luanne Roc, Cindy Wright, and Laura Sizclove.Above l.uannc Roc concentrates on her routine while being spotted by Cindy Wright. Stephanie Collis, Barb Burns, Luanne Roc arc hanging around at practice. Bev Butcher does her routine on the balance beam.The purpose of the Pep Club is to back the sports events and to get up the spirit in the team through the various cheers. Through the enthusiasm of the sponsors, Mrs. Barnett and Miss Coston, the Pep Club has become a big organization this year. One of the club activities was the collecting of Coke caps. The Coca-Cola Co. offered prizes to three high schools in Indiana who collected the most caps for every student enrolled. The money is to be used for athletic equipment. The club also took a fan bus to the sectional games and sponsored a spring fling. Upper left — Mrs. Barnett cheering along with the Pep Club. Middle Left The Panther team runs through the hoop. Lower Left — The Pep Club during pre-game. Pep Club members arc kneeling, varsity cheerleaders L. Long, J. Drake, M. Simmons, B. Longnecker, D. Bunch. K. Champion; first row: P. Helm, L. Helpling, junior varsity cheerleaders, M. Melvin. A. Jones, J. Compton, L. Courtney, J. Helpling, president Anna Miller, S. Collis, sponsors Mrs. Barnett, Miss Coston; second row: J. Riley, R. Silvey, D. Fcttig, K. Frye, B. Pettit, L. Hartley, M. Morgan, M. Pappas, P. Heflin, M. Moore. L. Tucker; third row: M. Bucci, A. Scright, S. Kaiser, C. Davis, J. Minnear, V. Wilson. N. Harris, C. Miller; fourth row: C. Jackman, B. Burns, S. Vohe, D. Wells, D. Fanning. M. Wells, C. Shawhan, A. Caldwell, C. Wright, L. Gaddis, R. Silvey; fifth row: M. McQuitty, T. Caldwell, C. Aaron, B. Champion, T. Kendall, R. Stevens, C. Parker, S. Ray, R. Carroll, B. Campbell, M. Wells; sixth row: D. McKinley, K. Rittcnhousc, A. Gardner, J. Hinds, J. Jones, A. Hoffman, A. McPhcarson, C. Adams, D. Skoczylas, S. Runyan, K. Keith; seventh row: A. Haas, K. Rcbuck, J. Klcyla, L. Sizelovc, P. Elsworth, T. Alenbaugh, R. Kclich, R. Kelley, J. Stewart, A. Ungaretti, J. Stevens; eighth row: A. VanNess, L. Kaiser, C. McQuitty, L. Kelley, J. Longnecker, T. Bradburn, D. Collins, K. Leakey, P. Noble, B. Gisclbach, B. Butcher, K. Helpling and J. Arehart.Leo Club members arc 1st row — left to right Sponsor Mr. David Middleton, Kathy Amick, Aimcc Hittle, Jack Gordon. Carrie McEwcn; 2nd row left to right Susie Stafford, Sonny Ray. Amy McDaniel, Lisa Lane, John Cox. Concessions Club members arc (left to right) Susie Stafford, Penny Eib, Sponsor Mr. Austin, and Anita Gardner. L E C c © N c E S s © N S 103104 Top — Jim Pearson concentrates in class. Center — Pam Helm reads assignment during class. Right — Tina Rittenhouse eyes the cameraman instead of her work.FoyT wins FourtIi oicin 10 MOST POPULAR SONGS OF THE YEAR: “Don’t Stop” — Fleetwood Mac; “I Just Want To Be Your Everything” — Andy Gibb; “You Light Up My Life” -Debby Boone; “How Deep Is Your Love” — Bee Gee’s; “Evergreen” — Barbra Streisand; “Gonna Fly Now” — Bill Conti; “Cold As Ice” — Foreigner; “I’m In You” — Peter Frampton; “Boogie Nights” — Heatwave; “Best Of My Love” — Emotions. 10 MOST POPULAR MOVIES OF THE YEAR: “Star Wars”, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind”, “Oh, God!” “Smokey and The Bandit”, “One On One”, “Rocky”, “The Goodbye Girl”, “Saturday Night Fever”, “Turning mx mmmm aniia ukya Fo Frost Diane Keaton Woody AlAt right: Brian Troutman brings the Christmas spirit to Elwood High along with the art classes by painting the doors and windows around the school with Christmas scenes. Below: Vance Noble checks out some wiring in electronics. Above: Candy Dietzer works on a basic grammar assignment in her own way. At right: George Williams takes in some knowledge. Wljateuep yetAt left: Bobby Walker designs on the drafting board. Below: Paulette Elsworth concentrates on her test. Above: Frankie Marcum working hard on a press. At right: Mark Call docs some quick adjusting on the ana lyzcr. strive Ser, will be ycuf sJOURNAL First row, left to right. Danny Holmes and Tim Rayle; second row, Kevin Rubush. Patricia Stut man, Loretta Young, Gwen Pritchard. Advisor Mrs. Sullivan, and Bill Smith. The “press” this year at Elw-ood High is Bill Smith, editor; Patricia Stutzman, assistant editor; Danny Holmes, feature editor; Gwen Pritchard, assistant feature editor; Tim Rayle, sports editor; Loretta Young, business editor; Kevin Rubush, assistant business manager. The Megaphone is published monthly by the advanced journalism class under the supervision of Mrs. Joanne Sullivan. Above — Gwen Pritchard, Danny Holmes, and Tim Rayle go over the next issue’s assignments.The World of Business first row, left to right, Mr. Max Hoppcl. Sherry Alexander. Shelley Sizclovc. Deena Wilhoitc. Julie Stevens, Jcannic Stewart, Cliff Dudley; Second row, Kim Brian. I.isa Anderson. Joan Phillips. Lori Buster, Nina Whislcr, Rosie Kclich, Teresa Lacy, Nila Harris. Sara Carey, Pam Foley. Third row, John Landrum. Stella Fisher, Tresa Anderson, Barbara Pettit, Amy Dowlcr, Rac Ellen Kelly, Carla Adams, Denise Skoczylas, Betty Sexton, Amy McDaniel, Janice Minnear, Lori Hartley. V Local historian Lana Sexton busily works on the Elwood chapter scrapbook.What is a friend? I will tell you It is a person with whom you dare to be yourself He seems to ask of you to put on nothing, only to be what you are He does not want you to be better or worse When you are with him, you feel as a prisoner feels who has been declared innocent You do not have to be on your guard You can say what you think, so long as it is genuinely you He understands those contradictions in your nature that lead others to misjudge you With him you breathe freely You can avow your little vanities and envies and hates and vicious sparks, your meannesses and absurdities and, in opening them up to him, they are lost, dissolved on the white ocean of his loyalty He understands You do not have to be careful You can abuse him, neglect him, tolerate him Best of all, you can keep still with him It makes no matter He likes you — he is like fire that purges to the bone He understands He understands You can weep with him, sin with him, laugh with him, pray with him Through it all — and underneath — he sees, knows and loves you A friend? What is a friend? Just one, I repeat, with whom you dare to be yourself C. Raymond Beran For the seniors Spring usually arrives too quickly. When we think of all the things that keep us busy at the end of a school year for ALL classes, we realize that our summers seem to be shorter, yet more fun as we get involved. Toward the end of winter we begin thinking of the awful snow that we’re so tired of and wishing for SPRING FEVER and semester exams!!? In spring we have so much to look forward to. This year prom was the big deal for the juniors, graduation for the seniors, the end of the school year for all of us, and, of course, getting our yearbooks and showing them off. ■M "it has to be Elwood s finest baseball season” Jeff Carpenter easily comes in home to score against Anderson as D.J. Updegraff shows a smile of approval. Right, Rod Murray, fantastic backup pitcher for the Panthers.The 1977 Panther baseball team really put together a super season with an overall mark of 17-6. Four of these wins were made in the sectional and regional with Elwood beating Frankton, Anderson, and Alexandria to capture the 1977 sectional title and then advancing to the regional at Blackford beating Marion Bennett for the second time, and later losing a hard fought battle that night to Blackford County who went on to be runner up for the state title. Elwood’s seasonal play was also something to brag about with the Panthers beating a good Anderson team two games in a double-header and later in the sectional. They also whipped 15th ranked Wabash by a 10-0 margin and later ran over ranked Marion Bennett twice. Along with their fantastic wins, their five losses were by close margins. “It has to be Elwood’s Finest season,” stated Coach Max Hop-pel, who should be congratulated on coaching such a fine group of athletes. “This team wasn’t a team of individuals; it was definitely a season of total team effort,” he went on to state. The boys and Coaches Hoppel and Bomholt have something to really be proud of! Bottom left: Coach Hoppel gives encouragement to catcher Art Dudley as, far right: Roger Smith stretches for an out at 1st base. Bottom row left to right: Jim Gregg, Rod VanBuskirk, Brian Aldridge, Robin Wright, Mark Copeland; 2nd row: Jeff Paven, manager, Roger Smith, Rod Murray. Keith Wood. Art Dudley, Jeff Hughes, and Bruce Johnson, manager; back row: Coach Mike Bombolt, Mike Barnett, D.J. Updegratf, Tracy Hughes, Mike Harris. Jeff Carpenter, Manager Dave Finley, and Coach Max Hoppel. Runnin’ Wild! FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT — Tom Willhoite, David Antle, Ken Hofer, Rich Gross, Randy Stratton, Ben Hobbs, Tim Meschke, Dennis Skoczylas, Mike Phenis, Monte Harris, Steve Fernung; SECOND ROW — Doug Gamble, Paul Jones, Bill Walters, Greg Champion, Terry McPhearson, Danilo Silvera, Joe Humel, Keith Israel, Chris Green; THIRD ROW — Coach Prieshoff, Coach Compton, Don Mason, Dean Slate, Mike Summers, Bart McQuitty, Geoff Harris, Rick Smith, Kirk Fewell, Sam Tyner, Jim Nichols, Coach Huffman. Elwood’s track team had a good season last year ending with 4-3 record. They placed third in the Elwood relays and fourth in the CIC meet. They broke four records with Kirk Fewell running the 220 yd. dash in 22:1. Geoff Harris, Sam Tyner, Rick Smith and Kirk Fewell combined to make their time of 1:34.6 in the 880 relay a new record. Geoff Harris broke two records with 22 16 in the long jump and 42’1” triple jump. Geoff then advanced to the state meet. 116 117Pantherettes Make Tracks! Schedule E. Brook-Oak Hill W Lapel W Tipton L Kokomo W Marion L Taylor W Noble.-Miss W Mad.Grant-Alex. L Frankton L ABOVE — Kim Frye exhibits her hurdling abi- LEFT TO RIGHT Lisa Maish, Dorothy Fanning, Marina Pappas, Melanie Simmons, Norma Thornberry, Randi Silvey; Second Row: Jo Hinds, Michelle Moore, Kim Frye, Kathy Melvin, Kim Baker, Candy Dietzer, Tammy Karch: Third Row: Coach Yates, Brenda Benson, Debbie Bunch, Kim Abplanalp, Julie Drake, Marci McQuitty, Rennie Vance. The girls finished their track season with a 9-4 record which included victories in their three tri-meets against East Brook and Oak Hill, Noblesville and Mississinewa, and Madison Grant and Alexandria. Twelve girls went to sectional and out of sectional came Kim Abplanalp and Candy Dietzer to go on to the regional and from the regional Candy went to the state finals. lity. BELOW — Girls work out before a meet. Candy Dietzer is shown above throwing the softball. Her ability to throw the soft-ball enabled her to go to sectional, regional, and state. Candy holds the sectional record of 236 ft.; that throw enabled her to go to regional. From regional she went to state where she placed 10th out of 40 girls.It’s Golf 4 Us! FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Ned Dunnichay, Tom Cotton, Ron McCall, Kevin Melvin, Chris Dickerson, Greg Leever, David Helm, Tom Gopher, Steve Poor; Second Row: Jim Skillman, Tim Mengelt, Brian Knotts, Ebc Cotton, Ron Boyland, Tim Kiefer, Dan Heiser, Jim Knoop, Skip Florca and Coach Austin. LEFT — Ebe Cotton and Ron McCall watch their opponent closely. GOLF! It’s not a very popular sport in the El-wood athletics compared to others, but it’s making its way along with Coach Tom Austin. The size of the squad is growing, coming from 14 players in 1976 to 17 players last year and possibly more this year. Out of 17 players last year, there were only seven who came from the squad the previous year. The other ten were newcomers to the team. Jim Knoop tees off in golf meet. 119 A SS . If you like exciting dinner parties, exotic shows and dances, or just soaking up the sun on a beach in Acapulco, then you should be a part of this group. Flashing back to the beginning of the summer of ’77, the scene was Mexico. Thirty student and faculty members toured Mexico City, Acapulco, and Taxco. Later on after school got under way, the club celebrated Halloween with the annual Spanish Club hayride at Senor Compton’s farm. In November Spanish students headed for Indianapolis to see the spectacular El Greco. Several styles of Latin- American dances were performed. As the 25th of December crept closer, Spanish Club members gathered for the traditional Spanish Club Christmas party. The club went south again in February to dine at the La Paz restaurant in Indianapolis. To end a year of fun and excitement, everyone met at Senor Compton’s farm for the Spanish Club Final party. Joe Humel gets away from it all in Acapulco. This flight ended safely, but Julie Drake wasn’t so lucky. In Mexico Tom Copher steals the show from Trent Tillman, a surprise to Copher. FIRST ROW: Sponsor James Compton, President Pam Helm, Vice President Beth Scircle, Secretary Tina Rittenhousc, Treasurer Tisha Maish, Janet Bucci, Kim Frye, Holly Cotton, Kathy Melvin, Julie Kendall, Robin Wright, Amy Dowler; SECOND ROW: Tom Cotton, Joan Phillips, Kim Brian, Debbie Collins, Sandy Kaiser, Rosemary Bucci, Dana Fettig, Leslie Courtney, Tammy Arbuckle; THIRD ROW: Theresa Prieshoff, Susie Davis, Jamie Whisler, Tracy Hughes, Lisa Abner, Tracy Bradburn, Joni Van Buskirk, Rhonda Silvey, Marla Wells, Shelly Runyan, Linda McDermit, Theresa Bastin; FOURTH ROW: Teresa Frye, Christina McDermit, Marlene Hubbard, Toni Maley, Cheryl McQuitty, Lori Kaiser, Jcanic Stewart, Karen Helpling, Ann Hoffman, Barbara Robertson, Pam Foley, Kim Maley, Lisa Maish; FIFTH ROW: Dana Grimes, Jill Cotner, Jeff Cotton, Kevin Riley, John Scircle, Marty Smith, Kirk Brenner, Mike Burdsall, Tony Hoppenrath, Mark Crancy, Lori Caldwell, Jenny Compton, Laura Preston, Nancy Shepard; SIXTH ROW: Joe Humel, Terri Parker, Steve Poor, Marty Wells, Rich Florea, Rob Fred, Rod McMinn, David Helm, Mark Burdsall, Teresa Caldwell, Barbara Burns, Cheryl Shawhan, Marian Melvin, Amy McDaniels.FIRST ROW: Sponsor Diana Garner, Consuls Joan Phillips and Phil Morgan, Scriptor David Champion, Quaestor Mike Williams, Senators Kevin Whitehead, Susie Arnold, and Bill Smith; SECOND ROW: Laura Waymire, Teresa Frye, Terri Parker, Sherry Gross, Toni Hughes, Allison McPhearson, Marcy Phillips, Judy Kleyla, Ianitor Marty Townsend, Charlie Morgan; THIRD ROW: Kim Edens, Mary Harris, Betty Ponder, Sandy Leonard, Marcy Cole, Brenda Barrett, Cindra Shimmel, George McPhearson, Tammy Arbuckle, Marina Pappas; FOURTH ROW: Mary Piirto, Margaret Kelich, Laura Sizelove, Amy Seright, Beverly Butcher, Beth Giselbach, Rich Gross, Mike Minnear, Vickie Kolias; FIFTH ROW: Mike Robertson, Steve Whitehead, Scott Leavell, Jeff Boruff, Phil Talley, Nick Ray, Cam Whitehead, Sonny Ray, Susie Stafford. Latin Club had a very exciting year. Activities included a party in September, a trip to an Italian restaurant, a movie and pizza at Nobel Roman’s. The Club celebrated the Roman holiday. Saturnalia. In March they honored the death of Julius Caesar with a Roman Banquet and a freshman slave auction. The big excitement was the State Chariot Race at the Indy 500 Track. A gallant effort was made by all, but it ended with a broken axle. Back to the drawing board. Jeff LaPointe and Sonny Ray get ready for the start of the big event.FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OFFICERS: Row one - Mrs. Tolle; Lorena Vance, president; Judy Frazee, vice president; Marie Frazec, Mrs. Schwear. Row two — Janice Kilgore, Nola Baldwin, Kelly Cox, Stacy Thornberry, Darlene McKinley, Becky Lyons. Row three — Judy Longnecker, Sandi Ray, Lisa Lane, Karen Parker, Kathy Burton, and Mary Killian. AFTERNOON AUTO MECHANICS OFFICERS: Front, Chris Pace, vice president; Jeff Noble, treasurer; Tony McCord, president; Dennis Wray, reporter; Back, Bill Murray, secretary; Ron Webster, parliamentarian; Steve Courtney, chaplain. MORNING AUTO MECHANICS OFFICERS: Back, Kevin Sumner, parliamentarian; Deryke Pierce, reporter; Cris Briggs, president; Bret Blades, vice president; Front, Mark Schultz, treasurer; Paul Jones, secretary. PRINTING OFFICERS: Back, Mike Harris, president; Danny Jackson, chaplain; Rick Kendall, treasurer; Front, Lisa Ebert, vice president; Tresa Rogers, secretary. U orking for the future: Vocational Clubs 124ELECTRONICS OFFICERS: Back, Mark Stiner, vice president; Wayne Massie, reporter; Mike Summers, chaplain; Front, Monty Sheets, treasurer; Don Mason, secretary. AFTERNOON MACHINE TRADES OFFICERS: Front row — Scott Jones, sgt.-at-arms; Bob Clouser, treasurer; Dean Parker, Secretary; Mark Hobson, Chaplain; Back row — Jerry Etchison, parliamentarian; Sam Tyner, vice president; Jim Hittle, reporter; Not Pictured: Dave Cooper, president. AFTERNOON PRE-VOCATIONAL OFFICERS: Arthur Whisler, president; Candy Raines, vice president; Annie Adams, secretary; Rick Miller, treasurer. MORNING MACHINE TRADES OFFICERS: Mike Mahoney, secretary; Jeff Stout, president; Ron Majors, sergeant-at-arms; Larry Whetsel, treasurer; Dave Murray, reporter; Rick McCarty, chaplain; Ken Thompson, parliamentarian; Larry O’Brian, vice president. AFTERNOON OFFICE EDUCATION OFFICERS: Back, Jeannette Browning, reporter; Becky Kelich, president; Celinda Lowe, historian; Marsha Sentman, vice president; Front, Julie Meschke, parliamentarian; Robin Bickel, treasurer; Margaret Kelich, secretary. MORNING OFFICE EDUCATION OFFICERS: Kathy Keith, treasurer; Kim Champion, president; Amy McDaniel, historian-reporter; Lisa Bartlett, parliamentarian; Pam Ritter, vice president; Not Present; Celeste Lynas, secretary. MORNING PRE-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: 125Work, Work, Worts! SENIOR DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS: Back, Mr. Gary Linder, teacher coordinator; Bruce Johnson, vice president; Matt Ramey, reporter; Front, Becky Baugher, treasurer; Rhonda Cloud, president; Bev Longmecker, photographer; Debbie Mutchler, secretary. AFTERNOON VOCATIONAL BUILDING TRADES OFFICERS: Back, Rich Galbrcath, president; Tony Ebert, vice president; Troy Eastman, reporter; Andy Leeson, chaplain; Front, Scott Beeman, treasurer; Bill Murray, secretary. JUNIOR DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS: Front, Bob Prus, parliamentarian; Kathy Kelly, vice president; Kathy Burton, treasurer; Back, Bruce Richardson, photographer; Ruth MORNING BUILDING TRADES OFFICERS: Front, Ed Hook, reporter; Tim Mengelt, president; and Karen Heflin, secre- Titus, secretary; Mark Hubbard, reporter; Chuck Covell, vice ta,7- president; Back, Craig Spahr, treasurer; Don Knotts, president. AFTERNOON AUTO BODY OFFICERS: Back. Gerry Day, Bart Townsend, Rick Pavan, Mark Davis, Front, Tom McPhear- son, Jeff Hanshew, and Don Wright. MORNING AUTO BODY OFFICERS: Back, Dwight Fuller, vice president; Carl Gross, chaplain; Mike Barnett, secretary; Front, Bill McIntyre, treasurer; Dewayne Cosby, president; Ron Amos, parliamentarian. 2 JUNIOR - SENIOR PROM ELKS CLUB 9:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m. Friday, May 20, 1977 1977 Prom Queen Attendants: LeeAnn French, Donna Boles, Jill Kendall, Queen Monica Leitao, and Kathy VanNess. “Welcome to Shangri-la.” The oriental decorations of pretty paper fans, chop sticks, and fortune cookies were the setting of the evening at the Elks for the annual prom dance. For the seniors, choosing a band both students and faculty would enjoy was amusing. While listening or dancing to the foot stompin’ songs, some were reading fortunes and drinking punch while others were in the long line for couple pictures to be taken. The excitement of the long awaited evening was a fun experience for all who attended in formal or tuxedo to socialize with friends. For some the time remembered most was the excitement and crowning of Queen Monica Leitao. For others it was the after-prom dance at the Country Club they enjoyed most. Of course, the band was what made the big difference between the prom and the after-prom. The junior class was proud to give favors from St. Clair Glass to all who attended this evening in an oriental paradise.Looks Like . . 128 Top right: Dr. George S. Taggart encourages seniors to plan well for the future. Bottom left: The class of 1977 comes into the gym for its last assembly together. Bottom right: Debbie Brown, Ruth Burton, and Emily Cline remember their cherished school days. Commencement exercises for the graduating class of 1977 were held Sunday, May 22. The 195 member class was the first to go four years through the new high school. Guest speaker for the ceremony was Dr. George S. Taggart of Anderson. Class President Jim Knoop and Vice President Lisa Brenner took part in the program. Dr. Arthur Ku-pisch awarded the diplomas. Benediction was given by Reverend Herbert Win-gard. Larry Goins provided the music for the ceremony.We Made It Top: The School Board awaits the entrance of the Senior Class. Bottom: These two faces will long be remembered in the hearts of the E.C.H.S. faculty. Jim Knoop and Ebe Cotton congratulate each other as they wind up their high school days. 129to orangeLETS GE T SMAU STEVE MARTIN TETER FR AMP TON w'PhtffrsoN 78©i|r T« The ©lass ©f i . E -CELL-€ Aerospace GroupBowling Lanes Good Luck Class of ’78 State Road 37 S 552-2202 Schwitzer Service Center 133ooooooooooooooooooooooooooO Prestige Portraits jM(T§ SGffld® East Star Inn Specializing in steaks “Chicken in the Basket” Complete dinners Lunches Banquet Meeting Rooms — Catering Hours — Closed Monday Tues.-Thurs. Friday Saturday Sunday 6 am-11 pm 6 am-2 am 11 am-11 pm — Muncie — State Road 28 552-9041 All Styles Beauty Salon Family Hair Care 552-9576 owner: Faith Gross GOOD LUGK SENIORS o o o o o o o o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 134BARRETT GALS PHOTOGRAPHY lOOl SOUTH B STREET ELWOOD, INDIANA 46036 The Mother-Daughter TeamJ. Lewis Small Co CLASS RINGS For Young America Official Jewelers For Elwood Community High SchoolTHIS AD IS DEDICATED TO THE PROPOSITION THAT ALL DEALERSHIPS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL We think that where you do business is about as important as how you do business. Take Roger Hughes Chevrolet-Oldsmobile for example. There are thirty people to serve you. That's not exactly shoulder to shoulder congestion. Roger Hughes Chevrolet-Oldsmobile sets on 6 1 2 acres of blacktop. Geographic location is right in the center of Indiana. You're neither too far or too close. Your style of living and your style of business becomes a reality at Roger Hughes Chevrolet-Oldsmobile. At Roger Hughes we operate on the theory of high volume and low prices. Imagine the turn on benefits of such a theory. Since car and truck buyers outnumber the amount of our sales we are looking for a lot of company at Roger Hughes. Aside from aesthetics, we offer many finance and insurance plans, a complete service, body shop and parts departments. A huge inventory of new and used cars and trucks. Give us a call (317-552-9811) or come in and see us at Highways 13 37, Elwood, Indiana, 46036. ROGER HUGHES CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE YOU CAN’T LOSE WITH ROGER HUGHES 137What’s In It For Me? A Lot. Your newspaper is packed full of help for you. Information to help you in your'daily life. Like the weather, what's showing at the movies and what's on sale at local stores. News to help you be a better citizen. Reports from city hall, the state capitol and Washington. Service features and entertainment. Menus for mother, fishing reports for dad and the comics for everyone. Editorial page opinion. Sports news. Women's news. The classified ads. And that's just a start. Your newspaper. It's yours. Use it for you. 1J8 Hm UADII In Northern ModUon CountyCompliments of State Plating Inc. Congratulations Class of ’78 Elwood National Guard Gene’s Soft Water West Side Hardware 912 West Main 552-2723 Marge Gene Durm Elwood Automotive Supply 1608 South A Street Compliments to the Class of ’78 HIS HER HAIR DESIGN Formerly — The Plaza Shop Elwood Plaza, State Rd 13 So. Regular Haircuts — Hair Styling Body Perms — Ladies Haircuts Appointments — 552-9632 Amos White (Whitey) Stan Alvey Congratulations to the Class of ’78 Jackley-Landrum Funeral HomeHave your ears pierced free at Smith’s with purchase of earrings i 17 So. Anderson St. LOVE’S FLORIST 442 N. Anderson Remember us at prom time RIEGEL’S “If it’s we have it” R.R. 2 Box 334 Ph. 552-7333 GLASS Bourff Furniture Furniture — Draperies — Interior 552-2255 102 West Main Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Smith’s JewelersElwood Monument Company Markers Monuments Mausoleums Artistic Cemetery Memorials Before purchasing See our display R.L. Leeson Sons Co. Congratulations to the Class of ’78 P.S. Book Store 115 So. Anderson St. Wholesale and Retail Department Store Carol Thompson President Jeannine Baker Vice Pres. Tim K. Leeson Secy. Treas. Mrs. David Leeson Asst. Secy. Treas. 141 ELWOOD, IND. Home of Unbearably Good FoodFettig’s Body Shop 2836 North B Street Elwood, Indiana Inland Marine Sporting Goods Trophies — Athletic Supplies Guns — Fishing Tackle — Hobbies 104 South Anderson St. Elwood, Indiana Compliments of Bob Dan’s Auto Callaway’s Standard 301 So. Anderson St. 552-9077 G°°6 State Road 28 family restaurants 143ST. CLAIR GLASS CO Hand Crafted Art Ware Carnival or Iridescent Glass Joe St. Clair — Pres. Mon.-Sat. 8am-5pm Sun lpm-5pm 408 N. 5th. Ph. 552-5045 144Hembree Motor Sales Amy says, “For the nicest cars in town see my Dad at 525 North Anderson St. 552-6741” Jtrrl M IJjTtsh Una Williams MArtAGefcs ftjl -HOT LINE 552-9613 Copher Fesler CA«ree‘s Country kitchen Party Trays Pizza Country Fried Chicken Decorated Cakes Pastries Fresh Donuts Heiser Ford 1504 South G Street 145Clifton — Younce Wholesale — Retail — Farm Recap Tires — Wheel Balancing Brakes — Mufflers Shocks Goodyear Tires Fast on Farm Highway Service Budget Terms Available 2 Convenient Locations St. Rd. 28 E Elwood 552-5085 123 S Independence Tipton 675-6377 Merle’s Texaco 1613 Main 552-9047 Ebe Cotton Lesson’s Shoe Dept. Warren Bernadine Zerbe Insurance Agency Elwood Plaza 552-9212 McKnight’s 1519 South B Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Best Wishes to the Class of ’78 Plake’s Flowers Designers for all Occasions 426 North 12th 552-7715 ‘The XWedge” Ba rber Style Shop Men and Women Hair Design Featuring RK and Redken Hair and Skin Care Products 1530 So. A St. Elwood, Indiana Appt. Only Phone 552-2222 22nd Street Hardware Paint Store 146Gallatin’s Sandwich Shop 1537 South A Street Elwood’s Best-Liked Hamburger 552-9051 Mangas Cafeteria Congratulations to the Class of ’78 KLUMPPS Wallpaper Paint Store 1533 So. A Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Compliments of Peterson Buick Pontiac Inc. Congratulations to the Class of ’78 ""sJSurke Pharmacy 1705 South Anderson St. Elwood, Indiana Registered Diamond Rings Exclusive In Elwood At RHODES JEWELRY 118 South Anderson St. 552-5541 Fettig’s Canning Corp. Packers of fine tomato products House Of Glass State Road 28 West 14; Bob Maude St. Clair C|R Ci£ Vff." PIZZA 1524 MAIN ELWOOD, INDIANA FAMILY DINING ROOM CARRYOUTS FREE DELIVERY Tam’s Drugs 'Your Full-Service Drugstore’’ Specialize In Colostomy Products Convalescent Aides 552-7369 Compliments of Burnette - Dellinger Inc. Insurance 7-11 1423 South Anderson St Elwood, IN. 552-5351GOOD LUCK CLASS OF ’78 From A Friend On The Rock, Dave WilliamsKLEIN’S SHOES Shoes for the Entire Family 116 So. Anderson St. Elwood, Indiana 552-5271 EAST SIDE MARATHON State Road 28 East 24 hr. Wrecker Service 552-9024 Congratulations to the Johnson’s Apparel CLASS of ’78 J.C. Penney Elwood, Indiana Catalog Retail 114 So. Anderson St. 552-5051 552-5561 150 Elwood, IndianaRexroat’s IGA Foodliner Quality Meats Produce Les Rexroat — propr. For Tom the Rugman Phone 552-6221 Lewis Rug Carpet Cleaners Expert Carpet Installations Best Wishes Class of ’78 2733 East Main St. Elwood, Indiana Elwood .. Alexandria Carousel Beauty Salon 552-5061 724-7791 J’ Dees Joyce Elledge 900 No. 10th St. Carousel Coiffures — Full Service Beauty Salon Hair Stylists Fern Harris Becky Davis Sue Griffith Rose Mary Boles 552-5531 K- MART PLAZA G.C. Murphy Complete Variety Store 202 So. Anderson St. ELWOOD 552-2629 151FIRST NATIONAL BANK T? L CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF State Road 28 Elwood 152Wardwell Soft Water Brigette Fashions 1800 South “D” St. El wood, Ind 46036 Phone 552-5031 Waymire TV Quasar — Zenith Sales Service 310 South Anderson Street Elwood, Ind. 46036 Phone 552-3721 Good Luck Class of ’78 Slenus Chocolate Shop Finest of home made candies Gifts 2 640 SOUTH A STREET ELWOOD. INDIANA 46036 Hoose Sunoco St. Rd. 37 Elwood, Ind. Phone 552-0220 Zip’s Barber Shop 1540 South “D” Street Hair Stylings and Regular Cuts Phone 552-9005 itavis Furniture Midway Between Nobletville and Elwood on Highway 37 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - I TO 9 P M OUTS ■ IRE, INC 'WHERE ALL WHEELS COME AND GO" Sttll 040 71 FIST OF flWOOD JJ] 0)7 Oftn «on th » fr. I l« to FM. Sllftlll I I. . If LOO PM 153USTOfTlERS Our main priority is serving YOU! Now with a new drive-up for better service 1820 Main Street — Elwood 552-2345 TTITUDE We take Pride in what we’re doing B BGBB Cff£f 154 Manager: Rex KnaucrGood Luck Class of ’78 Lucky Stril c State Road 13 S 552-5312 CIVIC Truck Headquarters S D Motors Inc. State Road 28 East Tipton, Indiana Phone 675-7499 Owner: Sonny Burden ITmamk Ijfoui o Auto Barn Inc. Elwood Skelgas Co Golden Door Beauty Salon Wolffs Restaurant Valentine’s Carpet Carpet Associated Ins. Agencies Pizza King Ready Mix Stitchin’ Post Vest Cleaners WBMP Radio Pepsi Cola co. Local 1671 Elwood Firefighters Merle Norman Cosmetic Studios Charles Updegraff Plumbing Heating Mr Mrs Harold B. McDermit Family Mr Mrs Nolan E. Rittenhouse Family 157Dairii Queen CIC VICTORS0„ e rci or. boy’s Remember Ernie Reickert Phone 754-7528 Red Gold Inc. Fancy Tomatoes Food Products Elwood, Indiana Falvey's Men’s and Boys’ Store Office Supplies Office Furniture Kimball Music Center Office Equipment Complete Service Department Overdorf Camera Shop For all your photo needs 24-Hr. Film Service Complete Line of Stereos Car Tape Players 8-Track Cassette Tapes Pianos Organs 'V 'M Aaron, Cindy p. 37, 102 Abbott, Paul p. 44 Abbott, Rae Ann p. 32 Abernathy, R. p. 57 Abner, Elisa p. 44, 85, 86, 66, 100 Abner, James p. 32 Abplanalp, Kim p. 18, 74, 96r 97 Abshire. Robert p. 58. 60 Adams. Annie p. 45, 125 Adams, Carol p. 44 Adams, Colleen p. 32. 102 Albers, Fred p. 18. Aldridge. Brian p. 18. 14, 115 Alexander, Sherry p. 18, 5, 20, iii 5 All'rey, Andy p. 44. 67 Altherr, Bemadine p. 37 Altherr, Bernice p. 44 Alumbaugh, Tammy p. 44, 74, 102 A mirk Kuthv n 37 66 103 67. Becker, Connie p. 37 A » Beekley. Patricia p. 18 ft Bccrnan, Brenda p. 44 Bceman, John p. 44 Beeman, Karen p; 37 Bceman. Larry p. 44 Bceman, Moirafp. 32, 52 Bceman, Pam p. 63 Beeman, Scott p. 32, 70, 126 Bennett Martha p. 63 Benson, Brenda p. 18. 74, 96, 97 j Benson, Lioda p. 18 Bickel, Brertda p. 37 Bickel, Robi'n p. 18, 125 Biddle, Jon p 37 U , U e-t "7 123 Alumbaugh, Tammy p. 44, 7 Amick, Kathy p. 37 66. 103 Amick. Robby p. 44, 99 . Anderson, Debbie p. 32 Anderson, Lisa p, 37, 73, 111 Anderson, Loretta p. 18 Anderson, Teresa p. 44 Antic, David p. 32 Arbuckle, Greg p. 37 Arbucklc, Tammy p. 32, 31 Archart, Brenda p. 32 Arehart, Jodi p. 44, 102 ‘ Arehart. Steve p. 32 ArmogosLj Robin p. 37, 42 Arnold, Suzanne p. 18, 53 Atwood. Kim p. 44 Austin, Beverly p. 58 Austin, Tom p. 58, 77, 55 Bailey, Van p. 56 Baker, Kim p. 37, 87 Baker, Tammic p. 44, 31, Baldwin, Nola p. 18, 124 Baldwin, Pam p. 37 Ball, Anna p. 37 Ball, Donna p. 18 Ballinger, Sandy p. 32 Balscr, Debbie p. 32 Balscr, Dan p. 44 Bannon, John p. 32 Bannon, Mary p. 18 Barker, David p. 32 Barnett, Marilyn p. 58, "-----, Mike p. 32, 73 made, Jon p. j Bingham, D. p 57 Bixby, Debbie p.,44, 125 Bixby. Terry p. 44, 125 •JBlackford, Melody p. 32 Blakely, Angela p. 44. 67 31, 70 103 85, 65 Barnett 91 102 14, 115, 90, y i Barr, Jeanne p. 58 Barrett, Brenda p. 37, 31, 85, Bartlett, Lisa p. 18 Basham, Denise p. 32 Basham, Tammy p. 37 Bastin, Katrina p. 18, 81, 85 Bastin, Theresa p. 44 Baughcr, Mona p. 37 Baughcr, Rebecca p. 18 Bayne, Robin p. 32 123 .DiacKioru, viciuuy p. Blakely, Angela p.M4, Bogard, Wes p. 37A31. Bollinger. Kim p. 32; Bomholt. Michael p. 58, 70, 77, j4, n5 BourIT, Jeff p. 45, 94,|52 Boyer, Betsy p.: 32, 851 53, 96 Boyer, Ken p. 45 Boyer, Laura p. 19. 74, 53. 96 L WTV I , L-UUI W p. I T » Boyer, Mark p. 45j' Boyland, Gary p. 45. 105 Boyland, Jcff'p. 33 Boyland, Tammy p. 33, 31. Bozcll, Margaret p. 45 ooyiarui, i ammv p. jj, ji, 32 Bozcll, Margaret p. 45 Bradbum. Bobbi p. 19, 85, 86 Bradburn. Tracy p. 45, 102 Bradley, Dorinda p. 19, 85, 86, Bray, Robert p. 37 Brenner, Kirk p. 45, 31, 72, 94 Brewer, Betty p. 33 Brewer, Bruce p. 37 Briggs, Chris p. 19, 124, 120 Brittingham, Tim P. 45, 73 Brock, Dan p. 33 Brogdon, Jane p. 63 Brooks, Marty p. 33 Brown, Brian p. 37 Brown, Darrell p. 33 Brown, Kenny p. 57 Brown, Laurie p. 37 Brown, Mark p. 33 Brown, Phillip p. 58 Browning, Cheryl p. 33 Browning, Jeanette p. 19 Bryan, Kim p. 45, 111 Bucci, Angie p. 19 Bucci, Janet p. 19, 52 Bucci, Mary p. 37, 102 Bucci, Rosie p. 33, 78, 83, 53, Buis, Pam p. 45 Buis, Sandy p. 19 Bunch, Deborah p. 19, 73, 76, 100, 102 16Z m Burdsall. Mark p. 33, 31, 69, 70, 78, 95, 98, 99 ■ Burdsall, Mike p. 45. 71. 66 Bums, Barbara p. 37, 100, 101. lk02 Burton Gcrald p. 58 73, 77 Burton, Kathy p. 33, 124, 126 Burton. Kelley p. 19 Burton, Linda p. 37 Buster. Lori ;p. 45, 85, 111 Butcher, Bev p. 45,' 52, 100, 101, 102 Butcher. Brenda p. 19 Butcher, Frank p. 120, 375, 582 Caldwell, Archie p. 37, 31. 87 Caldwell, Mean p. 63 Caldwcb, Lori p. 37, 87, 122, 102 1 Caldwell, Teresa p. 37, 87, 122. 102 Call. Mark p. 37. 109 Campbell, Beverly p. 63 Campbell, Bonnie p 37 102 Campbell, Chris p. 37 gift Campbell. Dana p. 37 f Campbell, Starnp. 33 Carey. Sara p. 45, 87, 67 Carmer, Tom p. 37, 52 Carpenter David p. 33, 84, 85 Carroll, Robin p. 37, 102 Carron, Angie p. 45. 85 Carron, Terri p. 19 Carter, Diane p. 45 Carter, Gil p. 37, 79 Casas, Jamie p. 33, 70 Casto, Jack p. 45, 83, 85 Castor, Jeff p. 45, 83, 85, 66 Casto, Sonya p. 37, 79 Castor, Roger p. 33, 78, 83, 85, 53, 66 Chaffin, James p. 19 Champion, Brenda p. 37. 102 Champion, David p. 45, 31, 72, 123 Champion, Greg p. 33, 31, 32, 72, 116, 90, 93, 52 Champion, Kim p. 19, 20, 32. 76, 125, 54, 66, 102 Clark, Connie p. 33 Clark, Donald p. 19 Clark, Kevin p. 37 Clark, Rod p. 37 Clary, Joyce p. 19 Cleaver, Michelle p. 20 Clingaman, Dennis p. 33, 53 Clingaman, John p. 37 Cloud, Rhonda p. 20, 126 Clouscr, Bob p, 33. 125 Coffman, Barbara p. 33, 87 Cole, Glen p. 37 Cole, Jim p. 57 Cole, Karen p. 20 Cole, Marcy p. 33. 85, 123 Cole, Marty p. 37, 85, 66 Collier, Dan p. 37 Collins, Debbie p. 45, 76, 122, 100, 101Collins, Jeff p. 33, 99 Collins, Rod p. 37, 70, 52 Collis, Bill p. 20 Collis, Rich p. 20, 70, 98, 99 Collis, Stephanie p. 37, 31, 52, 100, 101, 102 Colton, Pat p. 20 Compton, James p. 58, 60, 116, 122 Compton, Jenny p. 37, 76. 87, 122, 102 Connors, Jack p. 45 Connors, Jamie p. 37, 70 Connors, John p. 45 Connors, Kevin p. 37 Conwcll, Jill p. 33 Cooper, Dave p. 20 Cooper, Doug p. 33 Cooper, Gary p. 20, 73, 53, 98, 99 Cooper, Tina p. 37 Coots, Carrie p. 33, 34 } Copeland, Jeff p. 33 Copeland. Mark p. 33, 70, 14, 115 Cophcr. Tom p. 33. 119, 122, 66, 121 Corbett, Sherry p. 20, 80, 53 Cornwell, Bill p. 45 Cornwell, Jim p. 38 Cornwell, Jeffrey p. 20 Cosby, Dewayne p. 38, 126 Coston, Belinda p. 38 Coston, Vicki p. 58, 79, 96, 102 Cotner, Jill p. 38, 87, 122 Cotton, Holly p. 20, 122 Cotton, Jeff p. 45, 31, 71, 94, 122, 93, 52 Cotton, Tom p. 38, 119, 122, 93 Courtney, Carol p. 56 Courtney, Leslie p. 38, 76, 122, 102 Courtney, Steven p. 20, 124 Cox, Gregg p. 33, 79 Cox, John p. 45. 105, 103 Cox, Kelly p. 38, 124 Cox, Pam p. 33 Cox, Robin p. 38, 72 Craney, Mark p. 45, 71, 122 Crim, Cynthia p. 21 Crim, Mike p. 33 Crim, Penny p. 38, 52 Crimans, Marian p. 58 Crockett, Davy p. 38 Croy, Pam p. 38 Cutsinger, Billy p. 105 Cutsinger, Chuck p. 38 Cutsinger, Melody p. 38 Cutsinger, Michelle p. 38 Daily, Debra 21 Dauenhauer, George 45, 71, 74 Dauenhuer, Tony p. 45, 71, 74 Davis, Carolyn p. 38 Davis, Cindy p. 33, 102 Davis, Jane p. 57 Davis, Jeff p. 38, 54, 55 Davis, Mark p. 21 Davis, Phil p. 38, 41 Davis, Sharon p. 38. 85 Davis, Susie p. 38, 122 Dawson, Faith p. 38 Day, Gerry p. 21 Deckard, Brady p. 38, 125 Deckard, Darrel p. 46, 125 Deckard, Pat p. 46 Deckard, Steve p. 46 Demuth, Steve p. 58. 68, 70, 77, 95 DePaulo, Angie p. 46 Dctling, Julie p. 56 Diehl, Todd p. 46 Dictzcr, Candy p. 21, 74, 75, 95, 108, 118, 96 Disosway, Virginia p. 58 Doan, Troy p. 38 Dockery, John p. 59 Douglas. Brenda p. 21 Dowlcr, Amy p. 33, 85, 122, 66 Dowler, Jerry p. 46 Downham, Todd p. 46, 71, 94 Drake, Julie p. 21, 9, 32, 74, 76, 95, 118, 53, 100, 102 Dudley, Cliff p. 46. Ill Dudley, George p. 57 Dudley, Jack p. 38 Dudley, Lisa p. 38 Dudley, Nancy p. 33 Dudley, Susan p. 56 Duffey, Ray p. 46, 71 Duffey, Mike p. 70 Duncan, Ellen p. 33 Dunn, Bobbie p. 38 Dunnichay, Ned p. 38, 70, 119, 93 Durm, Mike p. 21 Durham, Sarah p. 38 Durm, Tim p. 38 Dye, Joyce p. 33 Easley, Scott p. 38 Ebbcrt, Dale p. 82 Ebert, Lisa p. 21, 124 Ebert, Tony p. 33, 70, 95, 98, 126 Edens, Kim p. 46, 83, 85, 123, 66 Eib, Penny p. 38, 103 Eliserio, Bob p. 38 Ellis, Shelley p. 33 Ellis, Tom p. 38 Elsworth, Paulette p. 46, 74, 102, 109 Emery, Don p. 46 Emery, James p. 46 Erdman, Mike p. 46. 71 Evans, John p. 38 Evans, Lorinda p. 33 Everling, Wayne p. 46 Fanning, Dorothy p. 38, 102, 118 Faucett, Laurie p. 46 Faulstich, Shawn p. 38 Faust, Charles p. 59 Fern, Kevin p. 33, 70 Fern, Kirby p. 33 Fern, Mary Beth p. 21 Fern, Trent p. 38, 70 Fcrnung, Steve p. 38, 116 Fettig, Becky p. 38, 85 Fettig, Dana p. 21, 122, 54, 102 Fettig, Jeffery p. 21, 78, 85, 53 Fettig, Karen p. 59 Fettig, Steve p. 33 Fewell, Kirk p. 21, 70, 116, 53 Finan, Mike p. 39 Finan, Pat p. 33 Finnerty, John p. 39 Fisher, Becky p. 33 Fisher, Nellie p. 46 Fisher, Stella p. 39 Fisher, Steve p. 39 Fitzgibbon. Bob p. 39 Fitzgibbon, Tonya p. 33, 85, 86, 87, 168 Fletcher, Sheila p. 21 Florea, Rich p. 39, 31, 122, 54, 93, 52 Florea, Skip p. 21, 20, 119, 121 Flowers. Billy p. 39 Foley, Pam p. 46, 122 Fortner, Don p. 59 Frazee, Judy p. 21, 124 Frazee, Marie p. 39, 124 Fred, Jim p. 39, 79 Fred, Robbie p. 33, 79, 122 Frye, Kim p. 22, 20, 74, 94. 118, 122, 99, 52, 102 Frye, Kris p. 39, 31 Frye, Teresa p. 33, 122, 123, 53 Fuller, Dwight p. 22, 126, 99 Furnish, Joe p. 22, 70, 99 Gaddis, Lori p. 39, 100, 102 Gaddis, Tony p. 22, 52 Galbreath, Jay p. 46 Garcia, Mike p. 39, 79 Galbreath, Rich p. 22, 126 Galbreath, Rose p. 46 Galbreath, Tony p. 46 Gamble, Doug p. 22, 116 Gantz, Bonnie p. 46 Gardner, Anita p. 39, 102, 103 Gardner, Denise p. 22 Gardner, Tccla p. 22 Gardner, Diana p. 59, 123 Garrison, Troy p. 39, 85 Gillam, Douglas p. 22, 81 Gisclbach, Beth p. 31, 46, 74, 75, 102 Giselbach, Brian p. 39 Giselbach, Mitzi p. 22, 123, 168 Glenn, Jo p. 57 Glotzbach. Bryan p. 33, 70, 90 Glotzbach, Debbie p. 46 Goodknight, Larry p. 46, 85 Goodwin, Kathy p. 39 Goodwin, Kelly p. 33, 11 Gordon, Ed p. 46 Gordon, Jack p. 46, 66, 103 163Gordon, Joe p. 46 Green. Brenda p. 46 Green, Chris p. 39, 116 Green, Deanna p. 22 Green, Don p. 46, 71, 83, 99 Green, Donna p. 34, 85, 66 Green, Toni Cay p. 46, 66 Green, Mike p. 39 Green. Pat p. 5, 39, 43, 54, 72, 93 Gregg, Jim p. 14, 34, 68, 70, 79, 95, 115 Grimes, Dana p. 34, 53, 78, 85, 122 Grondin, Tom p. 39 Groover, David p. 39 Groover, Mary p. 34 Groover, William p. 22 Gross, Rich p. 34, 70, 116, 123, 99 Gross, Sherry p. 46, 85, 123 Haas, Ann p. 46, 100 Haas, Autumn p. 39 Hahn, Mark p. 39 Hall, Bobby p. 39, 81 Hall, Marty p. 46 Hampton, Kenny p. 46, 85, 94 Hancher, Rick p. 39, 79 Hancock, Bill p. 39 Hanlin, Shawn p. 34 Hanshew, Melody p. 39 Hanshew, Jeffrey p. 22 Hardebcck, Mark p. 39 Hardebeck, Rhonda p. 34 Hargrave, Ruth p. 34 Harless, Brenda p. 39 Harris, Carolyn p. 39 Harris, Danny p. 46, 71 Harris, Mary p. 46, 83, 123 Harris, Michael p. 22, 14. 115, 124 Harris, Montie p. 39, 116 Harris, Nyla p. 34, 102 Harting, Julie p. 34 Hartley, Lori p. 5, 22, 87, 67, 102 Harvey, Tina p. 39 Hasecuster, Scott p. 46, 70, 71, 94 Haskett, Charles p. 59, 85, 87 Haulk, Angie p. 39, 87 Haulk, Jeff p. 30 Haulk, Margie p. 39 Hawkins, Lois p. 46, 85 Hayward, Gloria p. 46 Head, Robin p. 39, 87 Headley, Chris p. 39 Heaton, Jill p. 34, 53 Heaton, Kara p. 46 Heeter, Debbie p. 39 Heflin, Karen p. 34, 126, 52, 102 Heflin, Pam p. 34, 102 Helm, David p. 21, 29, 72, 119, 122, Helm, Pam p. 22, 53, 78, 83, 104, 122, 66, 99. 102 Hclpling, Julie p. 31, 39, 54, 76, 87, 102 Hclpling. Karen p. 46, 31, 74, 76, 122, 52 Hclpling, Lisa p. 23, 9. 54, 58, 66. 102, 168 Hembree, Amy p. 34, 31, 52 Hemphill, Dan p. 39 Henry, Arlene p. 23 Henry, Jeff p. 46, 71 Herndon, Richard p. 53, 59, 78, 52 Hcmiak, Dave p. 34 Hcrshcy, Cindy p. 34, 85, 86 Hinds, Jerry p. 20, 23, 24, 53, 69. 70, 95 Hinds, Jo p. 39, 119, 100, 102 Hittle, Aimee p. 39. 66, 85. 103 Hittlc, Jim p. 34, 125 Hittle, Loretta p. 62 Hobbs, Ben p. 34, 70, 95, 116 Hobbs, Lea Ann p. 34 Hobbs, Susan p. 39 Hodson, Mark p. 23, 125 Hoel, Ernie p. 39, 66, 70, 99 Hocl, Randy p. 46, 66, 71, 99 Hofer, Ken p. 39, 70, 105, 116, 121 Hoffman, Ann p. 46, 87, 122 Hoffman, David p. 59 Holmes, Danny p. 39, 83, 85, 66, 110 Holmes, Donna p. 34, 5, 81 Hook, Doug p. 46 Hook, Ruth p. 34, 126 Hoosc, Matt p. 39 Hoppel, Max p. 59, 77, 94, 14, 115, 111 Hoppcnrath, Tony p. 46, 94, 122 Hoskins, Lisa p. 34 Hoskins, Penny p. 21, 23 House, Betty p. 57 Howell, Gena p. 46, 67 Howk, Jay p. 70, 77, 99 Hubbart, Marlene p. 39, 66, 83, 122 Hudson, Kelly p. 46 Huffman, Lynn p. 39 Huffman, Phillip p. 11, 59, 70, 77, 78, 116, 90, 93 Huffman, Rhonda p. 23 Hughes, Dan p. 39 Hughes, Jeff p. 34, 14, 70, 115, 90, 91 Hughes, Toni p. 46, 85, 123 Hughes, Tracy p. 14. 23, 69, 70, 90, 95, 115, 122, 52 Humel, Joe p. 31, 34, 58, 73, 53, 95, 116, 122, 52, 168 Humphries, Delay p. 47 Hunsbcrgcr, Scott p. 47, 79 Hunsbcrger, Torry p. 39 Hunter, Harold p. 34 Hunter, Tammy p. 34 Hurd, Marty p. 39 Hurd, Steve p. 47 Hurt, Phil p. 39 Hurt, Teresa p. 39, 85 Ice, Brenda p. 47 Idlewine, Charlotte p. 23 Idlewine, David p. 47, 31, 52 Idlewine, Jackie p. 47 Israel, Keith p. 34, 31, 116, 52 Jackman, Christy p. 39, 54, 102 Jackson, Don p. 39, 124 Jackson, Jenny p. 39 Jackson, Steve p. 47 Jaramillc, Marsi p. 47 Jarvis, Harold p. 47 Jarvis, Marshall p. 39, 67 Jarvis. Tammy p. 23 Jeskc, Joe p. 39 Johnson, Bruce p. 24. 72, 95, 14, 115, 126 Johnson, Jeff p. 47 Johnson, Sharon p. 60, 83 Jones, Amy p. 39, 31, 74, 76, 87, 100, 102 Jones, Charles p. 47 Jones, David p. 24 Jones, Jeffrey p. 24 Jones, Jerri p. 24, 102 Jones, Mark p. 47 Jones, Paul p. 24, 116, 125 Jones, Scott p. 34, 125 Jones, Susie p. 47 Jones, Ward p. 39 Junior, Brenda p. 35 Kaiser, Lori p. 47, 74, 75, 87, 122, 52, 102 Kaiser, Sandra p. 35, 53, 74, 78, 122, 102 Karch, Tammy p. 118 Keith, Kathryn p. 24, 95, 66, 52, 102 Kelich, Rebecca p. 24, 125 Kelich, David p. 40 Kelich, John p. 40 Kelich, Margaret p. 24, 53, 123, 125 Kelich, Mark p. 47, 71 Kelich, Rosie p. 31, 47, 74, 76, 96, 102 Kelich, Tom p. 35, 70 Keller, John p. 47 Keller, Kathy p. 47 Kelley, Kathy p. 35 Kelley, Mike p. 47 Kelly, Billy p. 40 Kelly, Donna p. 35, 105 Kelly, Kathy p. 26 Kelly, Lisa p. 47, 102 Kelly, Mary p. 24, 66, 64 Kelly, Randy p. 35, Kelly, Ray Ellen p. 47, 102 Kendall, Julie p. 24, 122 Kendall, Rick p. 40, 124 Kendall, Teresa p. 40, 102 Kestler, Angie p. 24 164Keifcr, Theresa p. 24 Killian, Mary p. 24, 124 Killian, Steve p. 40 Kinder. Shirley p. 60 King, Kevin p. 35 Kiphart, James p. 57 Kleyla, Judy p. 47, 76, 123, 52. 100, 101, 102 Knotts, Bryan p. 24, 53, 57, 20. 72, 95, 1 19, 52 Kochman, Kenny p. 24 Kolias, Vickie p. 35, 123 Kratzer, Gary p. 60, 70, 77, 98, 99 Kupisch, Dr. Arthur p. 56 Kurtz, Barbara p. 57 Lacy, Teresa p. 40. 79 Landrum, John p. 47, 71 Landrum, Kevin p. 31, 40, 54, 70 Lane, Lisa p. 40, 125 Lane, Mark p. 47 Lane, Paul p. 47, 67, 103 Langley, Craig p. 35, 168 La Pointe, Jeff p. 123 La Shure, Andy p. 47 La Shure, Kirk p. 40 La Shure, Tonya p. 24 La Shure, Trent p. 47 Leakey, Cathy p. 24 Leakey, Kelly p. 47, 83, 102 Leavcll, Emily p. 56 Leavell, Scott p. 47, 94, 123 Leaver, Larry p. 72 Leavitt, Chuck p. 35 Lee, Elaine p. 35 Lee, Elizabeth p. 24 Lccson, Andy p. 35, 126 Leever, Betty p. 29 Leever, Greg p. 40, 72, 119, 90 Leight, Chris p. 35 Leight, Ed p. 35 [.eight, Marla p. 40. 100 Leisure, Debbie p. 32, 35, 76 Leisure, J.R. p. 47, 94 Leisure, Kathy p. 24, 85, 86, 67 Leisure, Marty p. 40 Leisure, Penny p. 24, 20 Leisure, Shelie p. 47, 85, 86, 52 Leonard, Sandy p. 47, 66, 83, 123 Lewellen, Cinthia p. 24 Lewis, Delbert p. 56 Linder, Gary p. 60, 126 Little, Robert p. 24 Logan, Jim p. 47 Logan, Lynn p. 40 Long, Leslie p. 32, 35, 74, 76, 102 Long, Pam p. 25 Long, Pat p. 25 Longerbonc, Tanna p. 40 Longnecker, Bev p. 20, 25, 32, 76, 126, 52, 102 Longnecker, Judy p. 47, 125, 52, 102 Longnecker, Lisa p. 35 Loser, David p. 40, 79 Loser, Jeff p. 40 Lucas. 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Nancy p. 40 Molden, Bill p. 40, 67 Molden, Dean p. 47 Moore, Michelle p. 26, 11, 20, 118, 102 Moore, Nancy p. 40 Moore, Robert p. 60, 24 Morgan, Charlie p. 47, 85, 123, 99 Morgan, Keith p. 47, 71, 99, 52 Morgan, Missy p. 26, 102, 52 Morgan, Phil p. 40, 31, 70, 123, 98, 52 Morris, Chip p. 47, 71, 94 Morris, Kenny p. 47 Morris, Lisa p. 48, 85 Morris, Tammy p. 35, 83, 53, 66 Mowcll, Rick p. 40 Mull, Mark p. 40, 125 Munns, Gale p. 40 Munns, Mike p. 48 165108 Murray, David p. 26, 70, 125 Murphy, Craig p. 40. 83. 66 MusselmanvStcve p. 48, 85 Mutchler. Debbie p. 26, 12( Nance, Dodi p. 48 Nichols, Jim p. 116 Nichols, Shawn p. 40 Nichols, Ted p. 35 Nichols. Terrance p. 26 Nichols. Timothy p. 26 Noble, Jeffrey p. 26. 124 Noble, Tammy p. 40 Noble, Pam p. 48. 100 Noble, Vance p. 40, 78 Noone, Mike p. 40 Northcutt, Timothy p. 26 Nuding, Lisa p. 40. 87 Oakes, Nancy p. 60 Odom, Charlotte p. 63 Ogle, Debbie p. 48 Ozenbaugh, Tammy p. 40, 85, 86 Pace, Chris p. 26. 125 Pantos, Mildred p. 63 Pantos, Thomas p. 60, 61 Pappas, Marina p. 35, 1 18, 123, 100, 102 Pappas, Tula p. 26 Parker. Bob p. 27 Parker, Christy p. 40, 67, 102 Parker, Dean p. 35, 125 Parker, Jeff p. 41, 42 Parker, Karen p. 26, 125 Parker, Keith p. 26 Parker, Kevin p. 27 Parker, Terri p. 35, 31, 72, 78, 83, 53, 55, 122, 123, 96 Pattison, Kevin p. 41 Pavan, Jeff p. 14, 115 n n :„i, „ i Pavan, Jeff p. 14, 115 Pavan, Rick p. 27, 126, Payne, Sherry p. 48 Pearson, Brian p. 41 Pearson, Jim p. 41, 95, 93 Peeper, Rachel p. 63 Pelletrino, Steve p. 31, 48. 94 Perez, Angie p. 48, 85 Perry, Frank p. 33 Pcrsonette, Linda p. 61, 74, 75, 77, 95, 96 Peting, David p. 41 Pettit, Barbara p. 27, 67, 102 Pettit, Steve p. 41, 73 Phcnis, Mike p. 41, 72, 1 K6, 93 Phillips, Joan p. 27, 53, 67, 83, 122, Phillips, Joan p. 123, 111 Phillips, John p. 41 Phillips, Marcy p. 48, 67, Phillips, Steve p. 35, 70 Pierce, Deryke p. 27, 70, 125 Piirto, Mary p. 35, 53, 66, 78, 83, 85, 123 Plue, Ronnie p. 41, 52 Ponder, Betty p. 48, 83, 123 123 125 Poole, Mary p. 62 Poor, Steve p. 41, 9(T, 119T122 Poynter, Julie p. 35, 85, 86 Preston, Laura p. 41, 76, 122;'32 Prieshoff, Ann n. 41 Prieshoif, Dari p. 61, 71, 77, 116 Prieshoff, Theresa p. 35, 78. 122 Pritchard, Gwen P. 35, 67, 110 Prus, Bob p. 5, 1 26 Prus, Debbie p. 36 Puterbaugh, Cardl p. 41? 66. 83, 85 Putcrbaugh, Jay p. 27, 85y87 Raines, Candy p. 48 Ramey, Lori p. 48 ' . 27, 126 . 61 Ramey, Matt p 99 36, 126 102 102 Ray, George p. 61 Ray, Nick p. 48, 71, 85, 123 Ray, Sandy p. 41. 125, 102 Ray, Sonny p. -27, 70, 83, 85, 95, 123. 66,103 • Rayle, Tim p. 36, 110 Rayshich, Daniel p 61 Rebuck, Dan p. 48 Rebuck, Kelly p. 49, J 02 Rebuck, Leslie p. 41, 85, 86, Rector, Rick p. 48. 71, 94 Reeves, Kenny p. 41 Reeves, Kim fi. 36 Reynolds, Steve p. 41 Rice, Matt p. 49 Rich, Jeff p. 41, 79 Richardson, Bruce p. Rider, Tina p. 27 Riley, Jeannic p. 27, 66, Riley, Kevin p. 48. 122;i Ritchie, Larry p.?61 Rittenhouse, Karen p. 41 Rittenhousc, Dan p. 27, 90 Ritterihouse. Sara p. 48. 85 RittcnKouse, Tina p. 36, 78, 83, 85. 104, 122, 53 Ritter, Pamela p. 27, 80. 1,25, 53 Ritter, Melanie p. 36, 85 Robbins, Cindy p. 48, 85, 86 Roberson, Sieve.p. 48 Robertson, Barbara p. 48 1.22 Robertson, Chuck p. 48 Robertson, James p. 27. 85 Robertson, Michael,p. 27N20, 23, 123 Robertson, Mike p. 36 Robertson, Tracy p. 36, 85, Rockhill, Pam p. 48 Roe, Dean p. 48 Roe, Luannc p. 27, 20, 81, 85, 661 100, 101 Roc, Mike p. 48, 67 Roe, Tom p. 48, 94 Rogers, Kim p. 41 Rogers, Mark p.-41 Rogers, Mary Ann p. 48 Rogers, Roxanne p. 48 Rogers, Tresa p. 27,4 25, 53 Rominc, Jonellc p. 36 1 RomingerV Laura p. 27 Rominger, Mark p. 41 Rowland, Roger p. 36 Rubush, Kevin p. 41, 110 Rumler, Jackie p. 36 l Rumler, Tim p. 48, 67, Runyan, Ncena p. 41 ' Runyan. Robin p. 41 Runyan,,Ron p. 71 Runyan? Shelly p. 48, Rutcrford, Deb p. 48 Rutherford, Dale i: Rutherford, Dale p. 105 Saldana, Nate p. 41 Sallee, Teresa p. 36 Savage, Lisa p. 36, 85, 86 Ravage, Steve p. 82 Savage, Tom p. 27, 72, 65 Ravage, I om p. z . Schimmcl, Cindra Scholl, Eddie p. 36 Scholl. Lisa p. 48 123 SchdH Xisa p. , i Schwear, Naomi p 6l. 11®$! Scirclc. Beth p. 9. 2 20, 66. 78. 85 53, 122 Scirc’le,"John 48. 85. 1 2. 52 Scott, Jim p. 48 Seats, Brian p. 48 Marsha. Sdhtman p. 28, Scright, Amy p. 36. 34a87,lB3„ 1.21 53, 102 Sexton, Betty p. 28 Sexton, Lana p. 28; 70 Shallenberger, JohrFp. 48, 711 ShaRcnbcrger, Paul p. 41, 314 70 Shannon. Bob p. 67 Shaw, Dean p. 85 Shawhah,-Cheryl p. 41, 87, 122, 1C Sheets, Chris p. 41 Sheffield, Lyle p. 61 Sheffield, Peggy p. 41 Shepard, Delaina p. 41 Sherman, Steve p. 48, 67 Shepard, Jim p.,28( Shepard, .Nancy p. 28, 80, 122, 52 Shepard, William p, 57 Shull, Dan p. 28 Shull, Dean p. 41 4 Silvera, Danilo p. 116 Silvey, Randi p. 28. 74. 95. 118, It 168 Silvey, Rhonda p. 48, 122, 102 Simmons. Melanie p. 28, 32, 73, 1L 76, 95, 118, 53, 96, 102 Simpson, Tammy p. A Simpson, Tina p. 41 Sims, Keith p. 28 Singer, Becky p. 36 Singer, Dave, 121 Singer, Ronnie p. 48 Singer. Teresa p. 36 Sizclovc, Amy p. 36, 34, 78 Size love, Laura p. 48, 76, 1 102 48 166Sizclovc, Shawn p. 47 Sizclovc, Shelley p. 28, 11, 58, 111, 168 Skalkotos, Demctrious p. 48, 71, 94 Skeen. Cindy p. 48 Skoczylas, Denise p. 48 Skoczylas, Dennis p. 41, 70, 116 Slate, Dean p. 36, 70, 95, 1 16 Small, Rex p. 41, 43, 70, 99 Smith, Aimcc p. 41, 85, 86 Smith, Allan p. 62 Smith, Andy p. 41, 93 Smith. 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Lillian p 61 Summers, Mikc:'p 36, 70, 79, 95, i 5: Swartz, Lee Ellci p. 41, 85, 2 Swinford, Judy p. 36 Tally, John p. 41, 73j C Tally, Phil p. 49, 71. 94, l'23 Tam, Doug p. 36, 11, ft? Tapek, Peggy p. 28, 83, 54, 168 Taylor, Annette p. 36 Taylor, Bev p. 28 Taylor, Mclodi p. 41 Taylor, Teresa p. 36, 31 Tharp, Robbie p. 41, 73, 81 Thomas, Janet p. 28, 53 Thompson, Ken p. 28, 125 Thornberry, Norma p. 28, 73, 118, 53, 96, 97 Thornberry. Stacey p. 28, 125 Tillman, Trent p. 36, 122 Todd, Terry p. 42 Tolle, F.lvona p. 61. 125 Tomlinson, Myra p. 49 Toney, David p. 49. 85 Toney, George p. 42 Toutisakic, Christos p. 11. 29, 78 Towc, Laura p. 49, 125 Townsend, Marty p. 49, 123 Townsend, Mike p. 42, 60 Troutman, Brian p. 42, 108 Tucker, Leah p. 29, 53, 102 Tunncll, Bart 42 Tunnell, Gret p. 42 Turner, Lisa p. 42, 79, 85 Turner, Paula p. 49, 85, 86 Twiford, Dale p. 36 Tyner, Bret p. 42, 31, 81 Tyner, Sam p. 29, 20, 68, 70. 90, 95, 116, 125 • Lngaretti, Angela p. 29, 54, 100. 102 « L’pdegraff, Glenn p. 24 Vanbuskirk, Joni p. 49, 85, 122 Vance. Lorena p. 29, 80, 118, 125, 52 Van Horn. Cheryl p. 42 Van Ness, Andrea p. 42, 102 Van Wagner. June p. 32, 57. 76 Vest, Jeff p. 42, 72, 93 Vest, Richard p. 29. 98, 99 Vinson Clark, Lana p. 29 Vinson, Mark p. 49, 71, 94 VVadholm, Carla p. 29 Walker, Bobby p. 49, 31, 71, 94. 109 Walters, Bill p. 116 Warner. Chris p. 42 Warner. Tony p. 49, 71 Watson. Betty Jo p. 61 Watson, Don p. 42 WatsOn, Earl p. 56 Watson, Laurence p. 29, 85 Waymirc, Laura p. 49, 123 Weaver. Larry p. 49, 78, 94. 52 Webb, Penny p. 49, 85, 66 Welker, Roberta p. 61 Wells, Daphinc p. 42, 100, 52. 102 Wells, Donnea p. 42 Wells, Marisa p. 49. 85, 86, 102 Wells, Marla p. 49, 70, 122, 102 Wells, Marty p. 42, 122 Wells, Tawny p. 36. 31 Werlinc, Grace p. 63 Wheeler, Cindy P. 36 Whctscl, Larry p. 29. 125, 90 Whetscl. Mike p. 42, 93 Whislcr. Art p 49, 125 Whislcr, Donald p. 42 Whislcr, Jamie p. 49, 31, 85, 87, 122 Whisler, Nina p. 42, 70, 111 Whislcr, Robert p. 42 Whislcr. Roland p. 42, 70 White, Cindy p. 36, 79 Whitehead. Cam p. 29, 78, 83, 123, 66, 120 Whitehead, Kevin p. 42, 83, 123, 66 Whitehead, Steve p. 49, 71, 83, 123, 66 Whitis, Julie p. 49 Whitis, Kenny p, 42 Whitman, David p. 36, 70 Wiand, Jeff p. 49, 71 Wiand, Ron p. 36 Wideman, Tony p. 42 Widmcycr. Mary p. 29 Wilhelm, Roger p. 49, 94 Wilhoitc, Deena p. 42, 87, 111 Wilhofie. Tom p. 36, 116 Williams, George Sr. p. 61 Williams George p. 29, 78, 83, 85, 108, 5$ 66. 52 Williams, Kim p. 49. 83, 85, 86, 52 Williams, Levon p. 42 Williams, Mike p. 36, 123 Williams, Penny p. 49 Wills. Angie p. 36 Wilson, Bonnie p. 49 Wilson, Dan p. 29, 85, 67 Wilson, Joe p. 42 Wilson, Pat p. 42, 70 Wilson, Terri p. 29 Wilson, Virginia p. 36, 102 Wire, Martin p. 36 Winnings, Lance p. 95 Wisner, Teresa p. 79 Wittebort, Mike p. 42 Wittkamper. Melvin p. 29 Wood, Matt p. 49, 94 Woodruff, Robert p. 61 Woodrum, Cheryl p. 49 Woodrum, Robert p. 49 Wright. Cindv p. 42, 87, 100, 101. 102 Wright, Mary p. 57 Wright, Pat p. 36, 78. 85 Wright, Robin p. 29, 72, 95, 14. 115, 122. 90, 52 Wylie, Brent p. 36 Yates. Barbara p. 61, 77, 118, 100 Yohe. Sandy p. 42, 102 York, Dwayne p. 42 Young, Loretta p. 29, 110 Zech, Mary p. 29 Zink. Cheryl p. 36 Zink, Paul p. 49, 71Crescent Staff pictured above, seated on the floor left to right Julie Mcschkc. underclass editor; Peggy Tapek, senior editor; Craig Langley, advertising editor. Seated in chair left. Lisa Hclpling, co-editor, Mrs. Joanne Sullivan, advisor. Standing left to right, Shelley Sizelovc. business manager, Anna Miller, co-editor Mitzi Gisclbach, underclass cdiior; Tonya Fitzgibbon, senior editor; Randi Silvey, sports editor. Back row, left. Joe llumcl, head photo-man and Rick Paven, sports editor. The Crescent staff has worked hard to relive a school year in this 1978 yearbook, a year of friends, classes, and experiences in life that bring fond memories. It took a lot of work, and a lot of hectic time, but we think it was worth it. We feel that some of the best times of your life have been captured to be relived the rest of your life. These arc some comments the staff made about this year, and what they remember. — Julie “Starling a tradition by sticking my tongue out for the second year in a row.” Mitzi — “Laughing at all the dumb pictures that ‘HOPEFULLY' no one will ever see.!” Shelley - “Staying after school working on layouts ’til 10 p.m. and sending out for food and getting too much.” Randi — “Lisa in the darkroom repeating ‘dark-light, Might-dark before printing every picture.” Tonya — “All the crazy people on the staff, and the fun and nutsy things they did. Rick “Going to workshop and being outnumbered by girls (yeah!), and working on the big fat index." Craig — “Staying until 10 P.M. and the goofy things I’ve said.” Joe “I’ll always remember the joyful hours of working with loveable Basic Grandma!" Peggy — “Running around like a chicken with it’s head cut off!” Mrs. Sullivan — “The lecture I gave on meeting deadlines and assuming responsibility, followed by the laughs we all had at work sessions.” 1978, a year to remember. Days passing one by one. days we thought would never end. We want to wish everyone in Elwood Community High School good luck. Each page of this book is a memory which will be preserved forever. As you look through, remember what friendship is. “Nothing can match the treasure of common memories, of trials endured together, of quarrels, and make- ups, emotions, and so many good times. We’d like to thank the following people for all their help: Reid’s Studio, Barretts, Call-Leader, Kyle Gray, Mike Vaughn, Clarence Young, Miss Coston, Mrs. Merritt, Bob Tippey, Don Fortner, Amy McDaniels, Pam Helm, Bob Holt, Mrs. Garner, Science Dept.. Mr. Huffman, Ed Espey, and Mrs. Sullivan for guiding us through everything. Co-Editors —Lisa Hclpling Anna Miller 168


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