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

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 m m m m (D Right — David Kelich works skillfully in auto mechanics. Lower left — Kris Frye gets into his work Lower right — Jeff Brian takes a snooze in study hall.Left — Kris Frye concentrates in history class. Lower left — Teresa Caldwell passes away time in the library Lower right — Leslie Rebuck and Julie Helplmg takes a hike to Duck Creek. Below — Cheryl Shawhan eagerly poses for the camera.Look back and reflect on the way things used to be. The songs, the people, the times of yesterday. All the things that went into our high school life. These reflections will always linger in our minds. And somehow we'll never forget.SThe images SF ground We’re loyal to you Elwood High; We’re all staunch and true, Elwood High; and we’ll back you to stand 'Gainst the best in the land For we know you have sand, Elwood High. Rah! Rah! To our dear High School we Will always be true; Upon the basketball floor We're fighting for you, Like men of old on giants Placing reliance, shouting defiance — O'SKEY, WOW! WOW!78 Homecomkng s Selection of Miss Tina Rittenhouse as queen was one of the main events of Homecoming festivities. Her court consisted of Tawny Wells, (top left); Debbie Balser, (middle left); Angie Wills, (bottom left); Leslie Long, (middle bottom); and Ruth Hook, (bottom right).The Mighty Marching Panther Band (left) steps off to lead the '78 Homecoming Parade. Coach Demuth (below) feels the power as he prepares to lead our Panthers on to a Victory. Friday night’s bonfire helped set the mood for Saturday's big game. As students chanted yells, they watched a stuffed Scot go up in flames. "Let’s get fired up; burn those Scots!" To top off Homecoming what’s better than a Panther Victory? Below is one of the many touchdowns that made up the 47-14 score to give our Mighty Panthers a big Homecoming win. 9start ■w August 23, 1978, the Indiana State Fair Band Day Competition saw Elwood participating for the first time in 10 years. A great deal of hard work and sweat was put into the preparation of the four minute show. The band worked all summer plus one exhausting week spent at band camp at St. Francis College in Ft. Wayne. There were 34 bands in competition at the 1978 State Fair Band Day. Our band’s drive and determination all seemed worth it when they rolled in 18th place, far more than what they expected and a great finish for the first year there! s 0of something BIG! April 1, 1978, the Mighty Marching Panther Band took its place at the head of the most spectacular, fun-filled event ever imaginable, the Electrical Light 50th Anniversary of Mickey Mouse Parade in Disney World. How could anyone with our band ever forget the brilliant lights and the cheering crowd of 50,000 people? The band spent a day at Disney just having fun — riding Space Mountain, eating, watching shows, taking pictures, buying souvenirs, and playing follow-the-leader down Main St. U.S.A. After a long full day the kids were hot and tired, and Mr. Haskett was too. What better way to show their sympathy than to give him a surprise dip in the ice cold pool!!! The next day the band went back to Disney to give its performance. Mr. Haskett couldn't let April Fool’s Day go by without a practical joke. He swiped the pants from everyone’s uniform!! Besides Disney World the band also visited Circus World and Kennedy Space Center. On the way home they stopped at Smyrna Beach, where many of them took a crash course in body surfing from the Great Senor Compton!13Above — Bev longnecker 1978 Prom Queen. Top Right — Bev and her court, back row Kim Champion, Holly Cotton, Luanne Roe; front row Tula Pappas. 14“Stairway To Heaven” was the theme for the 1978 prom held at the Elks lodge. Stars, angel hair, and colorful paper streamers formed the setting. Candles were lit at all tables for a romantic atmosphere. While some were dancing or listening to the band, others were in line to have their pictures taken. It was a very exciting evening for everyone. Highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Queen Beverly Longnecker. Many also enjoyed the after prom dance at the Country Club. The Junior Class was proud to give favors from St. Clair Glass to all who spent their evening on the Stairway to Heaven.16 For the 224 seniors of 78, May 25 was a triumphant yet sad moment. Speaker Herb Schwomeyer of Butler University, Principal Blair Sullivan and Class President Skip Florea all gave encouragement and challenges to the graduating class. Now the way they go must be their own decisions. 1. Seniors take the step from students to graduates. 2. Mary Beth Fern shows an emotional reaction after the graduation ceremonies. 3. Jeff Noble and Tim Northcutt get through a nervous time before the ceremonies begin. 4. Graduates take a moment to reflect on the school year.James Richard Abner Trying to write something about the Senior Class seemed almost an impossible task even for us seniors. How do you describe your feelings toward your closest friends, along with the best times of your lives. Remember our first float didn’t do so well, did it. What can they expect; we were Freshmen. We didn’t do too much better the next year. But the practice paid off because for the next two years we were judged first. Then our junior year we created “Stairway to Heaven”, for the prom. The things we did to earn money, sold ourselves as Singing Valentines, sold candy, and sponsored dances. Col|een James Adams Tamara Jean Arbuck|e All in all we had fun and memories that will last a life time, As we come to our final gathering, our graduation — we remember — Ronald Gene Amos Brenda Lea Arehart “It was hard being humble and being a senior.” 18Stephen Kent Arehart Sandra Kay Ballinger David Alan Barker Michael Shayne Barnett Debra Kay Beck Moira Kay Beeman Robert Scott Beeman Katherine Burton Bess And they say Girls’ State is serious business?!??!! From the looks of Betsy Boyer, Tina Rittenhouse, Terri Parker, Rosie Bucci. and Christina McDermit, one might begin to wonder. Deborah Annette Balser Denise Ann Basham John Ray Bannon Robin Lynn Bayne 19The class of '79 must have been born to party! To the left Todd Taylor, Ruth Hargrave, Karen Good, Dean Parker, Sherri Hughes, Miss Snyder, Cathy Trittipo, Greg Champion, and Leslie Long at their 4th grade Christmas party. Below are some Edgewood Indians throwing a birthday party for their teacher, Mr. Horner. • L ■ £ . Melody Fawn Blackford Jeffrey Alan Boyland Marty Ivan Brooks Jamie Casas Kimberly Marchel Bollinger Betsy Elaine Boyer Tamera Lynnette Boyland Daniel Dean Brock Brian Eugene Brown Darrell Wade Brown 20Markus D. Brown Cheryl Ann Browning Roger Eugene Castor Gregory Allen Champion Barbara Jean Coffman Marcia Renee Cole Jonelle Romine Coons Douglas Michael Cooper Rosemary Bucci John Mark Burdsall Dennis J. Clingaman Robert Paul Clouser Jeffrey Rex Collins Jill Ann Conwell Mary Piirto just can’t leave without one last good-bye.Cindy Sue Davis Amy Lynnette Dowler Joyce Ann Dye Anthony Wayne Ebert Tammy Morris shows that two heads are better than one. Walter Dewayne Cosby Carrie Ann Coots 22 Christopher Mark Copeland Thomas J. Copher Gregory David Cox Michael Alan Crim John Albert Dudley Nancy Renee Dudley Michelle Renee Ellis Collette Nicolas EncinasLorinda Gayle Evans Kevin Eugene Fern Robert Newton Fred Teresa Marie Frye Donna Marie Green James Anthony Gregg Dana Danielle Grimes Mary Louise GrooverPamela Sue Heflin James Robert Hittle Amy Ann Hembree Ben William Hobbs Ruth Ellen Hargrave Nyla Kay Harris Sarah Jill Heaton Karen Susan Heflin David Jerome Herniak Cindy Jo Hershey Lea Ann Hobbs Donna Gail HolmesRuth Ann Hook Sheryl B. Hughes Tammy Rae Hunter Keith Andrew Israel Below Donna Green and Mark Brown taking in their favorite pastime, goofing off at their locker. Lower right corner: Leslie Long and Doug Tam work diligently on the decorations for the 1978 Prom “Stairway to Heaven.” Joseph Michael Humel Richard Harold Hunter Lisa Ann Hoskins Jeffrey Alan Hughes Claudia Jeczawitz Jeff Scott Jones Brenda Kay Junior Sandra Ann Kaiser 25Leslie Joann Long Lisa Kay Longnecker Kevin Lee King Vickie E. Kolias Elaine Marie Lee Andrew Philip Leeson Would you believe this is Terry McPhearson! Thomas Jerome Kelich Craig Eugene Langley Charles Winton Leavitt Christine Pauline Leicht Deborah Lynn Leisure Christina Amelia McDermit Larrie Anne McKinleyRodney Alan McMinn Fred Eugene McPhearson Marcia Jean McQuitty Mark William Mathys Timothy Curtis Meschke Janice Renee Minniear Deborah Jones Morrow Ted Eugene Nichols Marina Pappas Tamara Ann Morris Rod McMinn demonstrates peace and relaxation in the A.V. room 27 Terry Lee McPhearson Trent Dean McPhearson Kevin Francis Melvin Timothy Ralph Mengelt It is hard to believe that we are already seniors and will soon be separated. We’ve been together learning and growing about as long as we can remember. Do any of these faces look familiar? To the left Craig Langley shows off his new haircut. To the right Dena Stainbrook poses for the camera man — “Ain’t she sweet!" Below Dana Grimes makes her first debut! Steven Roger Phillips Theresa Marie Prieshoff Robert Lee Prus Dean Lee Parker Mary Ann Piirto Gwendolyn Sue Pritchard Bruce Francis Richardson Terri Lynn Parker Julie Elaine Poynter Debra Lynn Prus Danny Lee Rittenhouseo Tina Rose Rittenhouse Lisa Renee Savage Teresa Lynn Singer Michael Lynn Stage Melanie Jo Ritter Lee Edward Scholl Amy Marie Sizelove Connie Clark SmithMichael Lawrence Summers Judy Kay Swinford Teresa Lynn Taylor Trent Lee Tillman Senior Steering Committee — first row — Tonya Fitzgibbon, Tina Ritten house. Dana Grimes, Joe Humel; second row — Tawny Wells. Vickie Kolias, Theresa Prieshoff, Rod McMinn; third row — President Keith Israel. Terri Parker, Tim Meschke, Leslie Long, Mrs. Austin, Mark Brown, Greg Champion, Tom Copher, Jim Standridge James Boyd Standridge Dennis Keith Stout 30 Scott Anthony Stewart Jody Jonelle Stone Randy Lee Stratton Patricia Marie Stutzman Douglas Matthew Tam Barbara Annette Taylor Tawny Lynn Wells Cindy Rae WheelerCynthia Ann White Thomas Dean Willhoite Jim Standridge As spring has bloomed, so have we As the cycle of life begins again, so does ours An era is coming to an end, another shall soon begin. The end of a brief but beautiful period of our life shall soon be over with a new cycle of life to be ours. We will shed some tears, here and there but we can’t help being happy. We will leave many friends behind some never to be seen again. Memories etched in our minds will burn forever, like the dawn of a new risen sun. We will all try to forge ahead. Maybe we won’t make history but at least we will meet destiny for we are ’79’s class and we will be forever triumphant. David Samuel Whitman Ronald Lee Wiand Michael Darren Williams Teresa Elaine Williams Angela Jean Wills Martin Theodore Wire Patricia Louise Wright Not pictured: Clarence Rex Abbott, Barbara Ruth Buster, David Kent Carpenter. Cheryl Zinc Cornwell, Mark Alan Davis, Patrick Francis Finan, Kelly Dee Goodwin, Jeffery Lee Haulk, Dennis Dee Kilgore. Pamela Ann McPhear-son, Michael Gene Robertson, David Ray Stewart, Anthony Tontisakis 31 Senior class displays a proven fact, we’re number 1!!!!!prom and money-raising activities in order to have one of the best proms ever. Phil Morgan was the president of the class of ’80. and vice-president was Rich Florea. This 1979 Junior Class is the biggest ever to come to Elwood Community High School, and they showed it by dominating the spirit stick almost every game. The juniors had a big job ahead of them with planning the junior-senior Cindy Aaron Bernadine Altherr Kathy Amick Lisa Anderson Mark Anderson Greg Arbuckle Kim Baker Pam Baldwin Anna Ball Brenda Barrett Ramona Baugher Brenda Bickel Joni Biddle Wes Bogard Bruce Brewer Laurie Brown Clifford Bryan Mary Bucci Barbara Burns Linda Burton Archie Caldwell Lori Caldwell Teresa Caldwell Mark Call Bonnie Campbell Chris Campbell Dana Campbell Tom Carmer Robin Carroll Gil Carter Sonya Casto Brenda Champion Kevin Clark Rita Clark Rod Clark Mark Clemens John Clingaman Glen Cole Marty Cole 32Billy Flowers Marie Frazee James Fred Kris Frye Lori Gaddis Mike Garcia Anita Gardner Brian Giselbach Dan Holmes Matt Hoose Marlene Hubbartt Lynn Huffman Marty Hurd Christy Jackman Danny Jackson Jennifer Jackson Kathy Goodwin Chris Green Mike Green Pat Green Tom Grondin David Groover Autumn Haas Mark Hahn Bobby Hall Cheryl Hanshew Melody Hanshew Rick Hancher Mark Hardebeck Brenda Harless Joe Harrell Carolyn Harris Montie Harris Tina Harvey Ann Haulk Robyn Head Chris Headley Debbie Heater David Helm Julie Helpling Jo Hinds Aimee Hittle Susan Hobbs Ernie HoelJohn Kelich Billy Kelly Rick Kendall Teresa Kendall Steve Killian Karen Knapp Treasa Lacy Kevin Landrum Lisa Lane Kurt Lashure Greg Leever Marla Leicht Marty Leisure Lynn Logan Sue Longerbone David Loser Jeff Loser Tom Luse Pam Lynas Rebecca Lyons Walter McCarty Tim McClish Dawn McGuire Darlene McKinley Mary McPhearson Lisa Maish Kim Maley Tony Maley Jeff Massey Regie May Marian Melvin Cathy Meschke Bill Molden Nancy Moore Fred Morgan 35Phil Morgan Ricky Mowell Mark Mull Greg Murphy Vance Noble Mike Noone Lisa Nuding Tammy Ozenbaugh Terry Para Christy Parker Jeff Parker Kevin Pattison Brian Pearson Jim Pearson David Peting Steve Pettit Mike Phenis John Phillips Ronnie Plue Steve Poor Anne Prieshoff Carol Puterbaugh Sandi Ray Leslie Rebuck Kenneth Reeves Dale Retherford Steve Reynolds Jeff Rich Karen Rittenhouse Mark Rogers Larry Roland Mark Rominger Kevin Rubush Nate Saldana Cindra Schimmel Gerald Scott 36Peggy Sheffield Delaina Shepard Dean Shull Tina Simpson Dennis Skoczylas Rex Small Aimee Smith Andy Smith Greg Smith Susan Smith Bill Smith Kathy Stage Sheryl Stickler Becky Sullivan Lee Swartz Sarah Stout John Talley Melodi Taylor Robbie Tharp Terry Todd George Toney Mike Townsend Brian Troutman Bart Tunnell Bret Tunnell Lisa Turner Brett Tyner Andrea Vanness Jeff Vest Chris Warner Don Watson Marty Wells Jessica West Mike Whetsel Donald Whisler Nina Whisler Robert Whisler Roland Whisler Paul Shallenberger Cheryl ShawhanKevin Whitehead Tony Wideman Deena Wilhoite Sandra Wilhoite Kevin Williams Debbie Willingham Pat Wilson Joe Wilson Teresa Wisner Tracy Wittebort Sandy Yohe Not pictured — Brady Deckard. Steve Fettig, Ken Harris, Kenny Hofer, Nancy Mitchell. Shaun Nichols, Gary Peace. Robert Shannon. Chris Sheets. Linda Upde-graff. Front row — Cathy Meschke. Tammy Ozenbaugh, Teresa Kendall, Stephanie Collis. Brenda Barrett. Rich Florea. Kevin Landrum; Back row — Tom Carmer. Phil Morgan. Lori Gaddis. Ned Dunnichay. Kris Frye. Marty Wells. Leslie Rebuck. Andrea Vanness. and Julie Helpling. 38SOPHOMORES A great group of students! Very smart and really active in school activities! That best describes the sophomores. You know the old saying “Behind every man there's a woman!" Well in the sophomores' case its "Behind every good class there’s a leader." The sophomores’ president is Keith Morgan, secretary, Judy Kleyla; and treasurer, Lori Kaiser. They kept the rest of the class active. The sophomores have sold candy and washed cars to earn money. But that’s not all they’ve accomplished. They placed third in the float competition at Homecoming. That was a step up from their last year’s placing. So as you can see the sophomores did a fine job this year, and the school will be proud to have them as upperclassmen next year. Elisa Abner Carol Adams Andy Alfrey Bernice Altherr Tammy Alumbaugh Robby Amick Theresa Anderson Jodi Arehart Tammy Baker Dan Balser Tammy Basham Theresa Bastin Brenda Beeman John Beeman Larry Beeman Debra Bixby Terry Bixby Angela Blakley Jeff Bourff Ken Boyer Mark Boyer Gary Boyland Margaret Bozell Tracy Bradburn Donna Brawl Kirk Brenner Tim Brittingham Jeff Bryan Kim Bryan Pam Buis 39Jack Casto David Champion Jack Conner John Conners Bill Cornwell Jeff Cotton John Cox Mark Craney Tony Dauenhauer George Dauenhauer Patricia Deckard Angela Depaolo Todd Diehl Todd Downham Cliff Dudley Kim Edens Paulette Elsworth Mike Erdman Brian Fanning Laurie Faucett Tony Galbreath Joy Galbreath Rosemary Galbreath Monte Gill Beth Giselbach Debbie Glotzbach Larry Goodnight Ed Gordon Jack Gordon Brenda Green Toni Green Sherry Gross Ann Haas Kenny Hampton Dan Harris Mary Harris 40Julie Harting Scott Hasecuster Lois Hawkins Gloria Hayward Kara Heaton Karen Helpling Randy Hoel Ann Hoffman Melodi Holliday Penny Holtsclaw Doug Hook Tony Hoppenrath Gena Howell Kelly Hudson Dan Hughes Tonie Hughes Delay Humphries Steve Hurd Brenda Ice Jackie Idlewine Steve Jackson Marisela Jaramillo Charles Jones Lori Kaiser Mark Kelich Rosie Kelich Kathy Keller J.C. Kelley Lisa Kelley Ray Ellen Kelly Judy Kleyla John Landrum Paul Lane Andy Lashure Rob Lashure Trent Lashure Kelly Leakey Scott Leavell Jack Leisure Shellie Leisure Sandy Leonard James Logan Judy Longnecker Debbie Luse Rhonda McCartney Randy McClintock Larry Mclish Shaun McCorkle 41Sophomore Steering Committee, first row. left to right. Kevin Riley. Dan Rebuck. Kirk Brenner. Keith Morgan; second row. Demetrious Shalkotos. Penny Holts-claw. Lori Kaiser. Tammy Baker, Sara Rittenhouse. Matt Wood; third row. Karen Helpling, Jamie Whisler. Debbie Collins. Judy Kleyla. Kelly Leakey. Cheryl McQuitty. Chip Morris. Linda McDermit Tamera McElfresh Allyson McPhearson George McPhearson Cheryl McQuitty Frank Marcrum Dan Marley Annette Martin Beth Mathys Jackie Mead Cheryl Miller Mike Minniear Dean Molden John Moore Charlie Morgan Keith Morgan Chip Morris Lisa Morris Gail Munns Steve Musselman Dodi Nance Bonnie Noble Pam Noble Deborah Ogle Sherry Payne Steve Pelletrino Angie Perez Mike Pete Marcia Phillips Betty Ponder Lori Ramey Candy Raines Nick Ray Dan Rebuck Kelly Rebuck Rick Rector Matt Rice Kevin Riley Sara Rittenhouse Cindy Robbins Steve Roberson Barbara Roberson Chuck Robertson Mike Roe Tom Roe Mary Rogers Roxanne Rogers Tim Rumler Shelley RunyanNot Pictured: Jeff Caster. Debbie Collins. Darrell Deckard. Steve Deckard. James Emery. Mark Hardebeck. Brenda Harless. Lisa Scholl. John Scircle Deborah Scott Dennis Scott Jim Scott Jon Shallenberger Linda Shannon Steve Sherman Ronda Silvey Tammy Simpson Ronnie Singer Laura Sizelove Shawn Sizelove Demetrious Skalkotas Cindy Skeen Denise Skoczylas Marty Smith Todd Smith Gary Spearman Kim Spearman Susan Stafford David Stansberry Karen Stephens Regina Stephens Julie Stevens Jeanie Stewart Laura Strunk Phil Talley Myra Tomlinson David Toney Lora Towe Marty Townsend Paula Turner Joni VanBuskirk Mark Vinson Robert Walker Tony Warner Laura Waymire Larry Weaver Penny Webb Mary Welch Marisa Wells Marla Wells Art Whisler Jamie Whisler Steve Whitehead Jeff Wiand Kim Williams Penny Williams Bonnie Wilson Matt Wood Bob Woodrum Cheryl Woodrum Paul ZinkKerry Bellamy Brenda Bennett Deeann Bennett Vernon Bertrum David Blackford Tracey Blackford Seth Bickel Lisa Blakely Kevin Bogard Kim Boston Maria Bourff Lupe Bramillian Larry Brooks Danny Brown Jenny Browning David Bunch Tammy Bunch Amy Burnette Wanda Buster Cindy Campbell Paul Cannon Margaret Caplinger Dena Capps John Carmer Mark Carpenter People usually refer to a freshman class as young and inexperienced. This year's freshman class is changing that image. They are a mature group of students who are very busy in school activities. They surprised everyone by winning second place in the float competition and gave the upperclassmen a run for their money in the cheering department. Being a freshman is really very special. They’re new in the school, so they get noticed more. Everything is different to them and that makes it fun. Although everybody makes fun of the freshmen, they really envy them, because they know how special being a greenie is. Darrell Abbott Todd Anderson Ronald Arnold Jeff Baker Barbara Baldwin Bert Bannon David Barnes Craig Baugher Bonnie Beeman Margaret Beeman 44Tammie Casto Karen Chafton Sheri Chafton Tom Clark David Cleaver Richard Cline Barb Collier Dean Collins Jim Cornwell Leslie Coston Tina Cox Todd Creech Bill Cress Helena Crull Jeff Cummins Angie Cunningham Mike Dauenhauer Andy Davis Rhonda Davis Toby Diehl Mitch Dowler Debbie Elmore Lynette Etchison Tim Everling Chris Farley Dan Faucett Chuck Fernung Joan a Fesler Cathy Fettig Eric Fettig Tim Finan Carol Fred Anita Gardner Dwayne Gardner Butch Gardner Lori Garrison Sherry Gibson Brad Gullum Chris Goens Hannah Goforth Ron Goins Joe Gordon Penny Goznell Araceli Gonzales • i 45Kimberly Greenlee Tyron Gregg Julie Grondin David Haas Robert Harrison Jennifer Harting Lisa Hartley David Hartman Ann Haynes Phyllis Hayward Julie Headley Michael Helpling Keith Hobbs Dean Hotter Bradford Hook Jodi Kendall Troy Kendall Nicholas Kiefer Randall King Jill Hoose Angela Howerton Selina Huff Rae Ann Huffman Dana Hughes Donald Hughes Tony Hughes Kelly Jordan Patricia Kelich Stephanie Kelich Steven Kelly Herman Idlewine Amy Israel Gregory Jackman Dian Jackson Treva Jackson William Jackson Augustin Jaramillo Irma Lupe Jaramillo Winona Johns Jeffrey Jones Mark Jones 46Shawn Klein Jane Kleyla Kevin Knotts John Kolias Mike Lane Mike Lane Jody Langley Bryan Lashure Kim Lawson Stormi Leavell Cindy Leavitt Don Lee Randy LeForce Gloria Leicht Bob Lewellen Don Loepke Tim Luyet Mona Lyons Kecia McClelland Seth McCorkle Alice McCormick Laura McDaniel Lisa McIntyre Genia McKinley Jeri McQuitty Mike Maish Tracey Maish Joe Maley Donna Martin Lisa Martin Jodi Mays Ted Melvin Debbie Melton Helen Metz Brett Miller Dana Miller Lonnie Miller Steve Mills Ken Mitchell Sherry Mitchell Gale Mize Debbie Molden Carla Monahan Marla Monahan Barry Moody Andrea Morris Kenny Morris Peggy Morris Robin Morris Terry Morris Joni Montcastle Harold Murray Todd Nance Todd Nichols Angella Nickles Sheri Nichols Ron Pace Janet Parker Bill Patrick Dera Pelletrino Lisa Penn Paula Peterson Robin Plue Georgeanna Ponder Morris Poore Rick Pratt Lynne Priest Marty Ray Brad Reynolds Dave Richards Ronnie Riser Mark Robinson Michele Robinson Lorrie Robison Beth Roby Maggie Rodriquez Ramon Rodriquez Lora Romine Penny Romine +.'i IT Jeff Rominger Richard Rominger Chris Runyan Stacy Runyan Bob Sallee Larry Schimmel Earl Shawhan Sue Shelton Pat Shrock Dick Shull Benny Simmons Rick Singer Brian Sizelove Walter Sizelove 48Steering Committee: First row. left to right — Jennifer Browning. Beth Roby. Amy Israel. Aimee Tharp. Kecia McClelland: standing — Troy Kenda;l. Patty Whetsel. Kevin Bogard. Eric Fettig. Todd Nichols. Toby Diehl. Julie Headley, sponser Mr. Middleton. Mel Slate David Smith Jodi Smith Bill Smith Beth So Tina Sovern Marty Stage Kelly Standridge Matt Stewart Patti Stout Bob Stout Janice Strong Aimee Tharp Jerri Thornberry Lisa Thornberry Toni Tomlinson Jenny Toney Cathy Tunnell Ed Twiford Christi Tyner Mary Tyner . unnn Patricia Watson Joe West Patty Whetsel Gary Williams Pam Williams Tom Williams Diana Wills Michelle Wilson Marcy Wines Brian Wingard Larry Wittebort Darrell Wittkamper Not Pictured — Todd Bellamy. Wayne Evening, Joe Gordon. Randy Gregory. Melody Holliday. Paula Hunt. Mark Lane. 49Ttoui carff jjndge a Ikoolk Iky ifs cover Tkni yon can jj midge a person ky liis T skirt ! inpinnv noinnn «Qnn converse AU STARHOFFMMlS TSut ONLY IN bfIVE WITH... Halt This year as the school year comes to a close, Mr. W. Blair Sullivan will retire after sixteen years as principal of E.C.H.S. Mr. Sullivan began his career at Elwood in 1949 after graduating from Ball State with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in the Arts in Education with a major in biology. He also graduated with licenses for guidance and counseling, high school administration, and superintendency. Mr. Sullivan taught biology at Wendell Will-kie High where he also started the guidance and counseling department. While he was doing all this, he was also athletic director. Later in 1961 he became assistant principal under M.A. Copeland, and in 1963 he was appointed principal at Wendell Willkie High. Once the new high school was finished in 1973 he became the first principal to speak at graduation in the new high school. In his thirty year career Mr. Sullivan has had many accomplishments and achievements, spending many long hours helping students, and trying to improve the school itself. We the students of Elwood Community High School commend him and wish him the very best in the future.g,i ma dl ooo CK Blair Sullivan Principal Van Bailey. Asst. Principal Delbert Lewis. Vocational School Director School board members, first row. left to right J. Kiphart. R. Abernathy. M. Thornberry; second row. W. Mathys. D. Bingham. J. Cole June VanWagner David Middleton Betty House Emily Leavell Carol Courtney Susan Dudley Julia Detling 54we get intendent Dr. Arthur Kupisch and Joe ;l enjoy themselves discussing books in jrary. Marilyn Barnett Jeanne Barr Betty Beever Phillip Brown Michael Bomholt Kenny Brown Karen Abel Robert Abshire Beverly Austin Tom Austin 53Vicki Coston Marian Crimans Jane Davis Left. Assistant Superintendent. Mr. George Dudley and Senior Class President, Keith Israel discuss school problems and upcoming events. Gerald Burton James Compton ——— Norman Buckman Steve Demuth Virginia Disosway John Dockery Charles Faust 56harles Haskett These are the women who keep the super intendent’s office running. Left to right. Mary Wright. Jo Glenn, and Barbara Kurtz Shirley Kinder Sharon Johnson Janet Kilgore Karen Fettig Don Fortner Diana Garner David Hoffman Phil Huffman Mark Hughes 57Robert Moore Nancy Oakes Linda Personette Dan Prieshoff AnnaMae McQuitty Darrell McQuitty Raeanna Merritt Above: Coach Demuth starts the day right with dancing and donuts. Marilyn Lucas Junior Mannies Gary Linder 58Robert Woodruff Barbara Yates Earl Watson Roberta Welker George Williams Lyle Sheffield Betty Starkey Joanne Sullivan Elvona Tolle George Ray Daniel Rayshich Edward Schmidt Naomi Schwear Not pictured: Don Leisure. Faye Allen Seated left to right: Jean Stewart. Pam Beeman. Beverly Campbell, Rachel Peeper; standing, Jane Brogdon, Jean Caldwell. Grace Werline, Martha Bennet, Mildred Pantos (supervisor). Absent for picture, Charlotte Odom. Left to right: Mrs. Loretta Hittle, Mr. Max Ramirez, Mrs. Mary Poole. Mr. Steve Savage. Mr. Don Plake. Mr. George Morgan.62I ll II Ten Most Popular Movies of 1978-79 1. Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band; 2. Midnight Express; 3. Up In Smoke; 4 Animal House; 5. Magic; 6. The Wiz; 7. Goodbye Girl; 8. Turning Point; 9. Superman; 10. Every Which Way But Loose COLDA MEIER 63prises!! D Cf) o The 1978 baseball season was a year full of surprises. Three freshmen, John Landrum, Jeff Boruff, and Tony Dauenhauer, made the varsity team the first time ever. The team also had more sickness and injuries than ever before. The neatest thing of all was winning the Anderson Sectional for the second straight year! No other Elwood athletic team has ever accomplished this before! The final record was 12-10 including a winning streak of 8 out of 9 games. It was a tremendous thrill for the coaches and the players. “The Panther Baseball program owes a terrific debt to the outstanding work and dedication of Coach Hoppel. I only hope that the Panthers can continue this amazing road to success without him,” stated Assistant Coach Bomholt. The prospects are there for another outstanding season in 1979. 3 [X Bottom row left to right: Ken Hofer, Brian Aldridge, Jim Gregg. Tim Meschke, Mike Phenis, Robin Wright: second row, Tim Rumler. Tony Dauenhauer. Jeff Vest. Mark Copeland, Jeff Hughes. Chris Green: third row. Coach Max Hoppel, Kevin Landrum. Tracy Hughes. Jeff Boruff. Mike Harris, Mike Barnett, and Coach Mike Bomholt. 661. Brian Aldridge and Mike Harris look over the bat they're hoping will bring them a homerun. 2. Jimmy Gregg tips his hat to the crowd 3. Robin Wright pauses to reflect on the game. 4. Assistant Coach Mike Bomholt and Head Coach Max Hoppel sit back to observe the game. 67The varsity and reserve team is as follows: front row. left to right — David Idelwine. Randy Hoel. Dan Marcy. Charlie Morgan. Mark Vincent. Nina Whisler. Mike Burdsall. Regie May. Ken Hofer. Scott Hasecuster, Kris Frye: second row — Mark Copeland. Ben Hobbs. Steve Whitehead. Phil Morgan. Dennis Scott. Keith Morgan. Dennis Skoczalas. Rex Small. Kirk Brenner. Ned Dunnichay. Bobby Fitzgibbon. Bobby Walker; third row — Tim Meschke, Kevin Melvin. Jamie Connors. Coach Ronald Runyan. Coach Jay Howk. Coach Mark Hughes. Head Coach Steve Demuth, Coach Phil Huffman. Coach Dan Prieshoff. Phil Talley. Jimmie Gregg. Rich Gross: fourth row — Terry McPhearson. Tom Kelich. Tony Ebert. Pat Wilson. Marty Wells. Randy Stratton. Steve Phillips. Nicki Ray. Pat Zink. Wes Bogard. Mark Mathys. Jeff Hughes: fifth row — Dean Slate. Kevin Landrum. Mark Burdsall. Bryan Glotzbach. Todd Downham. Mike Summers. Trent Fern, Ernie Hoel. Jeff Cotton. Jeff Bourff. Kevin Fern. Paul Shallenberger Jerry Scott. Kris Frye gives Ben Hobbs a hand on the sidelines. Tim Meschke hands the ball to Jim Gregg as Mark Burdsall blocks on the right. 68The mighty Panthers ended a terrific season with another 8-2 record. Scoring records were broken, and Elwood saw one of the finest ball clubs in its history. 1. The team gets fired up before the most exciting game of the season. 2. Jeff Hughes looks for help as he is rushed by two opponents. 3. Tony Ebert carries the ball for some good yardage. 4. Panthers’ defensive unit closes in on it's opponent. 5. Coach Demuth shows he cares about his team. 6. Spirit was built with some brilliant fireworks at the Peru game. 7. The Panthers charge into the game through the traditional band tunnel. 8. Trent Fern takes time out for a cold drink. Frankton Noblesville Blackford County Highland Alexandria Madison Grant Tipton Peru Pendleton Heights Wabash E-Opp 55-2 7-12 17-0 47-14 42-0 41-0 33-0 14-17 50-6 69-13 7 r. MAGIC” Reaches % Following the lead of the varsity squad, the JV had a fine season with a 6-2 record. Although one game was a forfeit in their favor, this does not mean they were an easy team to beat. Of the two games they lost, it was a total point gain of 5 total for both teams. With this kind of record the fans of the next couple years will have a lot of good games to look forward to. And the “Panther Magic” should be here to stay!! To the right Ken Hofer awaits an opportunity to get into the action. Below Jeff Cotton intently watches the game. 70JV Frosh Football Te 2 C 5 Coaches Phil Huffman and Dan Prieshoff and their twenty-five man team fought their way to victory through every game of the season. Zowie! What a crew! If this is any indication of what the Panthers' strength will be in the future, the next few years should see lots of Panther victories. Tipton Elwood 20 Opp- 7 Alexandria 22 12 Blackford 38 14 Mississinewa 52 0 Peru 22 0 Madison Grant 52 0 Pendleton Hts. 43 0 Row 1 — Bill Cress. Bob Lewellen, Richard Morris. David Haas. Mark Robinson. Danny Faucett; row 2 — Chuck Fernung. Dick Shull. Don Lee. Ed Twiford. Chris Farley. Andy Davis. Coach Phil Huffman; row 3 — Kevin Bogard. Todd Nichols. Troy Kendall. Don Leopke. Dave Richardson. Brad Reynolds. Coach Dan Prieshoff; row 4 — Dean Collins. Eric Fettig. Don Hughes. Mike Dauenhauer. Terry Morris. Ted Melvin. Troy Taylor. Greg Jackman. 71 « Tom Carmer. right, throws a mighty swing. This year’s netmen were a young team with a season record of 0 and 11. They show much promise for future seasons. Terri Parker, the only girl to make the tennis team at El-wood, lettered for the second year in 78. Pat Green, below, prepares to hit another one. Seated: Terri Parker; Middle row: left to right. John Scircle, Larry Weaver. Scott Leavell. David Champion; Top: left to right. Coach Darrell Me Quitty, Kirk Brenner, David Helm. Pat Green. Tom Cramer.Above: Coach Jerry Burton. Above: The beginning of a long race. CROSS COUNTRY — 1978 Kneeling: Robbie Tharp; second row: left to right. Scott Beeman, Danny Harris. Brian Brown. Monty Harris; third row: Mike Barnett, George Dauenhauer. Steve Pettit. John Talley. Tom Copher. EL. OPP. OPP. Pike Invitational 6th at Highland and Mt. Vernon 61 32 41 71 38 24 at Peru 27 29 42 17 Blackford and Tipton 44 32 45 43 19 0 Taylor 26 30 22 33 at Oak Hill and Mississinewa 47 32 52 49 20 59 Western Invitational 6th at Wabash 34 25 19 39 Mt. Vernon and Pendleton 68 35 32 55 31 39 Shenendoah 24 33 17 40 CIC at Peru 4th Frankton and Madison Grant 33 46 45 0 55 22 Sectional at Pendleton 13th The cross country boys ran very well. The varsity had a stride of three wins while the reserves ran on to four. Robbie Tharp was voted outstanding runner of the year and set the new school record to 2V2 miles in 12: 51. Robbie Tharp runs on to a victory.The varsity team includes top to bottom — Tinette Encinas, Cathy Meschke, Karen Helpling, Coach Linda Personette, Lisa Anderson, Tammy Alumbaugh, Beth :colbach, Sandy Kaiser, Amy Jones, Marion Melvin, Leslie Long. The J.V. team had a good season with 10 wins and 6 losses. Most of their players will return next year. Upper left — Marion Melvin was awarded CIC first team. Middle left — Lisa Anderson was awarded CIC honorable mention. Lower left — Cathy Meschke demonstrates the art of exercising. Above — Teammates gather with their coach to discuss strategy before the game.Members of the J.V. team, left to right Ray Ellen Kelly. Lori Garrison. Jeanie Stewart. Raeann Huffman, manager Paulette Elsworth. Patricia Watson. Kecia McClelland. Rosie Kelich. Deborah Molden. Maria Bourff. Laura Sizelove, manager Linda McDermit. The varsity volleyball team overall had a good season. Inexperienced in the beginning, they improved as the season went along, achieving a third place in the Invitational Tourney and going on to the semi-finals in the sectional. They had 7 wins and 13 losses. Coach Personette stated that the varsity team was very young and inexperienced, but they are looking ahead to many good seasons. Upper Left — Karen Helpling prepares to set the ball. Lower Left — Lisa Anderson sets up the ball as her teammates ready to send the ball to the opponents’ side.t r Far left: Senior Mike Barnett takes careful aim to tally two more points. Near left: Junior Tom Cotton muscles one up against the Arabians. Bottom right: Senior Brian Glotzbach gives it all he's got as he drives to the hoop. First Row. left to right: Managers Pat Green. Greg Leever. Jim Pearson and Steve Poor: second row. Tom Cotton. Rich Florea. Tim Meschke. Mike Barnett. John Talley: third row. Coach Junior Mannies. Kirk Brenner. Jeff Bourff. Brian Glotzbach. Tim Mengelt. Ton Cotton. Asst. Coach Phil Huffman. Asst. Coach Brian Elliot. The Elwood Panthers got off to another slow start against an extremely strong schedule. However, with many hours of hard work and well-organized practice sessions the Panthers showed a great deal of improvement and were a formidible opponent during the last half of the hardwood season. With the exception of three or four games, the remaining contests were close-scoring affairs. Unfortunately, the Panthers’ major weakness was the lack of height which caused them to lose most of the “battle of the boards” and made them unable to stop the “inside game” of their tall opponents. Elwood floored a respectable shooting team as they posted a .466 team field goal shooting average and their .700 free throw percentage was the best in the Marion Sectional. Thus, Coach Junior Mannies off-season basketball program certainly showed definite results in shooting skills. Elwood’s patented full-court zone press was a decisive weapon in scoring victories over Taylor and Wabash in the latter period of the season. Two seniors, Mike Barnett and Tim Mengelt, led the Panthers’ scoring attack with 16.2 and 14.3 points per game average. They also led the squad in assists. Senior center, Bryan Glotzbach, was the squad's top rebounder closely followed by Tim Mengelt and sophomore forward, Jeff Cotton. Senior guard. Tim Meschke, was recognized as being an outstanding defensive man plus leading the fast break whenever the Panthers were able to get a rebound and go. Juniors John Talley. Tom Cotton, and Rich Florea saw considerable action and played key roles in several contests. Even though the varsity suffered another losing season, they are to be commended for their dedication, hustle and desire. They certainly will be winners in life’s everyday contests. Upper left: As he goes up to bucket two. senior Tim Meschke shows great concentration. Near left: Sophomore Jeff Cotton drives for two to the delight of the crowd. Above: Finding himself in an uneasy situation, senior Tim Mengelt looks desperately for an open man. 77Below: Terry Morris shoots for two. Below right: Coach Bomholt gives the boys a pep talk. Our fine freshman team finished the season with a 3-10 record. Coach Bomholt saw to it that the boys worked very hard. The0top scorers were Terry Morris and Todd Nichols. Top rebounder was Eric Fet-tig, ball handler and assists was Brad Reynolds and most improved player was Joe Maley. The Frosh B-team finished the season 4-5. Most valuable all-around player was Barry Moody. Joe West, Chuck Fernung, Donnie Hughes, Bill Cress and Paul Cannon were other valuable members of the team. Kneeling: Ted Nichols, Chuck Fernung, Shaun Klein, Dean Hotter, Barry Moody. Seth McCorkle, Brad Reynolds: middle row: Dave Cleaver, Kevin Knotts. Jett Rominger, Joe West, Tyron Gregg, Craig Bargher, manager, back row: Coach Sawa, Paul Cannon, Eric Fettig. Joe Maley, Terry Morris, Bill Cress, Coach Bomholt.Kneeling: Kenny Hampton, Matt Wood, Chip Morris; next row: Pat Green, manager. Dave Champion, Bobby Walker. Steve Pelletrino. Mark Vinsop, Jim Pearson, manager; back row: Phil Talley, Tom Roe, Jeff Boruff, Kirk Brenner, Todd Downham, Larry Weaver, J.R. Leisure. Coach Huffman Our mighty J.V. team finished the season with a 3-16 record. Coach Huffman did a fine job with the boys. The top scorers were Kirk Brenner and Jeff Boruff. Top rebounders were Jeff Boruff and Kirk Brenner. Most improved were Matt Wood and Todd Down-ham. Most of these boys will make up our varsity team next year. Above right: Matt Wood takes it easy at practice. Above: Kirk Brenner stands waiting to take on two opponents.7vu«s N THE r TIONALJim Compton Steve Demuth Mike Bomholt Dan Prieshoff Junior Mannies Tom Austin Jerry Burton Barbara Yates Darrell McQuitty Jay Howk John Dockery Phil Huffman Linda Personette Mark Hughes82 Above are the freshman squad with Patty Whetsel. Jody Mays. Toby Dill. Jane Kleyla and Kim Boston. The varsity squad is composed of back. Karen Helpling. Jeannie Stewart. Marina Pappas, front. Marion Melvin. Leslie Long. Amy Jones, and Cheryl McQuitty.Pep Club members left to right are Gloria Hayward. Beth Soo. Amy Burnett. Carol Fred. Tina Solvern. Tinette Encinas, Rosie Bucci. and Tobi Dill; second row. Jodi Mays. Jill Hoose. Kelly Jordan, Claudia Jeczawitz, Amy Sizelove. Amy Seright. and Kim Boston: front row, Jane Kleyla. Jeannie Stewart. Kelly Leakey, and Marion Melvin. Above are the Junior Varsity cheerleaders Julie Stevens, Debbie Collins. Marcy Phillips. Kelly Leakey, and Judy Kleyla. The Elwood Community Schools Board of Education has mounted a bronze tablet in our gymnasium-in honor of John Ward, a former coach and athletic director of Elwood High. Above, Robert Abernathy is shown presenting the plaque to Mr. Ward and his wife Eve Ward December 16. The gym is now officially known as the John Ward Gymnasium. 8384 Varsity — front row: Dodi Nance. Tynette Encinas, Raeann Huffman. Cathy Meschke; back row: Linda McDermit. Rosie Kelich, Stella Fisher. Beth Giselbach, Coach Linda Personette. The girls basketball team finished its season with a record of 4 wins and 13 losses. Coach Linda Personette stated that she was not too surprised and realized this year would not bring many victories as she had a very young and inexperienced crew returning — 2 seniors, 2 juniors, 3 sophomores, and 1 freshman. The Panther girls finished with 2 wins and 4 losses in the conference. Junior Varsity: front row — Marie Bourff, Lisa Anderson, Debbie Molden. Lynn Huffman, Penny Goznell; back row — Coach Linda Personette. Chris McDermit. Tina Cox. Tammy Alumbaugh, Lori Garrison.Wrestling Front row; left to right: Todd Nance. Charlie Morgan. Scott Beeman, Rich Gross. Regie May; second row — Mike Burdsall. Andy Davis. Phil Morgan. Don Lee. Rex Small, Kevin Riley; third row — Coach Mark Hughes. Keith Morgan. Rod Collins. Mark Burdsall. Jeff Collins. Paul Shallenberger. David Helm. Coach Jay Howk. The wrestling team ended its season with a varsity record of 5-5 and a JV record of 5-5. Six boys went on to the regionals this year — Rich Gross, 126; Reggie May, 132; Tony Ebert. 155; Jeff Collins, 177; Mark Burdsall, 185; and Phil Morgan, HW. Rich Gross, a senior, had the best record of the season, Rich finished 23-2 Mark Burdsall, also a senior, finished second best with an 18-4 record. 1. Varsity wrestler Dave Helm puts all his strength into his game. 2. Heavy weight Phil Morgan knows how to win a match. 3. Dennis Skoczylas tries his best to get the advantage of the match. 4. JV wrestler Mike Burdsall puts a lot of effort into pinning his opponent. 86Counter clockwise starting at the left: Senior Mark Burdsall wrestles to a win in the 185-pound class. The face expression of Senior Rich Gross tells it all. Good luck! say Rich and Reggie to each other. The wrestling line-up before the start of a varsity match. Coach Howk gives instructions from the side-lines. The whole team cheers a fellow teammate on to victory.GyMNAfTICf " First row left to right — Marian Melvin. Lori Gaddis. Stephanie Collis, Barb Burns. Lori Kaiser, Marla Leicht. Gloria Leicht; second row — Dana Hughes. Bev Butcher. Kim Greenly, Susie Johns. Amy Jones. Elisa Abner. Joni Van Buskirk. Cindy Leavitt; Third row — Coach Barbara Yates, Carolyn Davis. Autumn Haas. Jo Hinds. Beth So, and Jodi Mays. Barb Burns shows a pretty style as she demonstrates a front walkover. 88 Stephanie Collis shows her unique form as she vaults!Lori Kaiser shows excellent form on the uneven parallel bars, as Marla Leicht and Cindy Leavitt watch her routine. Marla Leicht turned in several fine performances on the uneven bars and on the vault. Barb Burns was top performer on the balance beam, while Stephanie Collis took top honors in the floor exercise for our intermediate team. Amy Jones and Marian Melvin both executed several excellent performances for our optional team. Mrs. Yates, who gave birth to Jeremy Christopher half-way through the season, stated. “We have a young team this year who we can expect a lot from in the next few years.” Marian Melvin throws a backwalkover on the balance beam. Marian Melvin and Barb Burns show that they are the best of friends as they ham it up! Coach Barb Yates is shown watching her team at practice. •VThe Elwood Panthers left their tracks in the 78 season with new records set by Sam Tyner and Robbie Tharp. Seven Panthers who went to sectional were Sam Tyner, Paul Jones, Randy Stratton, Mark Burdsall, Jeff Cotton, Robbie Tharp, and Dean Slate. Dean Slate threw discus at Ft. Wayne regional. Most valuable player for the season was Sam Tyner. 90Front Row. left to right: Terry McPhearson. Don Mason. Scott Beeman. Robbie Tharp. Ben Hobbs. Brian Brown. Second Row: Paul Jones. Sam Tyner, Jeff Wiand, Wes Bogard. Monty Harris, Jeff Cotton; Third Row: Julie Helpling, Greg Champion. Randy Stratton. Dean Slate. Kirk Fewell. Bob Walker. Ronald Whisler. Lori Gaddis. Fourth Row: Cheryl Shawhan. Mike Summers. Steve Pettit. Trent Fern. Mark Burdsall. Sonny Ray. Marlene Hubbart, Fifth Row: Scott Hascuster; Coaches Steve Demuth. John Dockery. Jim Compton. Mark Hughes. Head Coach Dan Prieshoff. 91 Panthers Leavin’ Tracks! 4.Tea ill Effort Is What It Takes 92 The girls’ track and field team did a super job in the ’78 season. They had six wins and three losses, but the most outstanding things were winning the first girls’ C.I.C. Track Meet by a large margin and having eight girls out of fifteen place at sectional and go to regional. Those who participated in the Carmel Regionals were Kim Baker. 80 yd. low hurdles; Candy Dietzer. softball throw; Kim Abplanalp, high jump; Norma Thornberry. long jump; and the 880-yd. relay team of Cheryl McQuitty, Marci McQuitty, Bev Butcher, and Kim Frye. Coach Yates said the girls really worked well together last year. “It was a real team effort and that is what it takes in order to win,’’ she said. 1. Elwood fans cheer on Cheryl McQuitty as she crosses the finish line. 2. Karen Helpling displays poise and beauty as she attempts her final long jump. 3. Beth Giselbach puts in her part for team effort in the 880 medley.Bottom row. left to right. Norma Thornberry, Kim Baker. Candy Dietzer; Second row. Kathy Melvin. Tammy Allenbaugh, Kim Frye. Beth Giselbach. Melanie Simmons; third row. Jo Hinds, manager. Marci McQuitty, Stella Fisher Cheryl McQuitty. Kim Abplanalp. Karen Helpling. Bev Butcher. Debbie Bunch. Coach Barbara Yates. 1. Amy Jones is comforted after a tough 880-yd. run. 2. Kim Baker shows correct hurdle form at a practice session. 3. Tammy Allenbaugh tries her luck at the shot put.First row — left to right. Jay Jones. Don Green. Tom Copher. Tony Hoppenrath. Larry Weaver; back row — Tim Mengelt, Greg Leever, David Helm. Brian Knotts, Kirk Brenner. Steve Poor, and Coach Tom Austin. Not pictured are Kevin Melvin. Ned Dunnichay. and Tom Cotton. The Elwood golf team did well this season. The varsity had a final count of five wins and nine losses, while the junior varsity ended the season with three wins and seven losses. The group placed second in CIC dual and triangular meets. This year the Golf Award was given to Brian Knotts by his teammates and coach. Left — Kevin Melvin prepares to drive. Above — the team practices for a meet. 94E-CLUBS First row — Ben Hobbs. Rich Gross, Mike Summers. Tim Meschke. Mark Burdsall. Terry McPhearson. Greg Champion; second row — Mike Barnett. Tony Ebert. Kevin Melvin. Brian Glotzbach. Jeff Hughes. Mark Copeland. Jim Gregg. Marty Wells; third row — John Talley. Tim Mengelt. Ned Dunnichay. Tom Kelich. Randy Stratton. Trent Fern. Phil Morgan; fourth row — Mark Vinson. John Landrum. Keith Morgan. Dean Slate. Danny Rittenhouse. Kirk Brenner. Wes Bogard. Steve Poor; last row — Coach Mannies. Scott Hasecuster. Jeff Wiand. Larry Weaver. Dave Helm. Paul Shallenberger. Jeff Cotton. Tom Cotton. Bobby Walker, and Coach Demuth. First Row — Judy Kleyla. Karen Helphng. Cheryl McQuitty. Marla Leicht. Amy Jones. Marian Melvin. Cathy Meschke; second row — Debbie Collins. Bev Butcher. Laura Sizelove, Sandy Kaiser. Beth Giselbach. Lisa Anderson. Rosie Kelich. Lori Kaiser; third row — Tammy Alumbaugh. Paulette Elsworth. Terri Parker. Christi McDermit. Jo Hinds. Betsy Boyer, and Coach Linda Personette. 95 Politicinq for a Pope The ten most popular songs of 1978-79: “Hot Blooded,” by Foreigner; "Baker Street,” by Jerry Rafferty; “Too Much Heaven,” by the Bee Gees; “LaFreak,” By Chic; “Staying Alive," by the Bee Gees; “Shadow Dancing," by Andy Gibbs; "MacArthur Park,” by Donna Summer; “September,” by Earth, Wind, and Fire “D’Ya Think I’m Sexy,’” by Rod Stewart. Groovy CHiHA %Mork Mindy Space Shuttle George CarlinmsP ANS fasEN C (f OLD TAKE. OT) "Arsenic and Old Lace" took to the spotlight on the ECHS stage as the Thespians performed the popular play. Mortimer Brewster, play critic and nephew to Abby and Martha Brewster, seemed much like your everyday person, that is until he discovered his innocent, charming old aunts had been performing strange charities, killing lonely, elderly men. Things became more complicated when Mortimer's long lost brother Jonathon shows up with a friend, subject to rigor Mortis. All ends well though Jonathon and his accomplice Dr. Einstein are captured. and Mortimer finds he's not really related to the crazy Brewsters. One lady member of the audience said about the comedy. "It's the best high school play I've ever seen.” 100Abby Brewster — Tina Rittenhouse Mortimer Brewster — Joe Humel Martha Brewster — Terri Parker Jonathan Brewster — Bill Smith Elaine Harper — Karen Knapp Dr. Einstein — Brett Miller Teddy Brewster — Jack Casto Officer O’Hara — Roger Castor Officer Brophy — Ron Arnold Officer Klein — Todd Creech Reverend Harper — Kevin Whitehead Sergeant Rooney — Steve Whitehead Mr. Gibb — Craig Baugher Mr. Witherspoon — Kim Edens Mr. Spenalzo — Randy Hoel Mr. Hoskins — Shawn Sizelove First row — Betty Ponder. Mary Piirto. Terri Parker. Tammy Morris. Christina McDermit, Tina Rittenhouse. Jack Casto; second row — Mary Harris. Ann Hoffman. Roger Castor. Shawn Sizelove, Melodi Taylor. Karen Knapp. Cindy Davis; third row — Kim Williams. Mary Tyner. Jeff Castor. Todd Creech. Bret Miller. Randy Hoel; fourth row — Amy Seright. Joe Humel. Rose Bucci. Amy Sizelove. Dana Grimes. Allyson McPherson. Linda McDermit; fifth row — Geor-gianna Ponder. Kim Edens. Ron Arnold. Steve Whitehead. Aimee Hittle, Scott Hasecuster. t Front row left to right — David Carpenter. Roger Castor. Joe Humel, Tina Rittenhouse. Tracy Robertson. Craig Langley. Amy Dowler. Marcy Cole; second row - Dana Grimes. Cindy Hershey. Sharon Davis. Beth Mathys. Barbara Robertson. Elisa Abner. Donna Green. Kim Edens; third row — Marty Ray. Aimee Smith, Lori Buster. Betsy Boyer. Andrea Morris. Pam Williams. John Carmer. Melanie Ritter; fourth row — Penny Webb. Toni Kay Green. David Toney. Brad Hook. Robbie Harrison. Sheri Gross. Amy Hittle. Stacy Runyan; fifth row — Troy Garrison, Leslie Rebuck, Karen Knapp. Jenny Toney. Jody Langley, Jerri Thornberry. Jeff Baker, John Scircle; sixth row — Jack Casto. Debbie Scott. Steve Musselman. Charlie Morgan. Mick Helpling, Carla Monahan. Darrel Wittkamper. Becky Fettig; seventh row — Larry Goodknight. Shelly Leisure. Marla Monahan. Tammie Baker. Sheri Hughes. Lori McDaniel. Jamie Whisler. Lyn Priest; eighth row — John Moore. Julie Helpling. Angie Carron, Lisa Thornberry. Paula Turner. Joni VanBuskirk, Stephanie Kelich, Brad Gilliam; ninth row — George Toney. Ron Goins. Jeff Castor, Susie Davis. Ron Arnold. Steve Whitehead. Nick Ray. Kathy Fettig; tenth row — Dan Holmes. Carol Puterbaugh, Director Charles Haskett. Amy Israel. Dean Shull. 102The 1978 variety show entitled •Happenings" was a big success. and it started a new era for our Panther Band. The majorettes and the high school choir also took part in this program. A giant American flag, measuring 30' by 60’. was stretched behind the band setting a colorful stage. 1 Director Charles Haskett leads the band in a number as band members watch closely. 2. Julie Drake practices hard at her solo during rehearsal. 3. Final preparations are made during dress rehearsal. 4. Dave Toney stands at attention during a hot marching practice. 5. Clarinet player Betsy Boyer rehearses with the band on a contest piece. 6. Waiting for a command. 7. Practice makes perfect!Left to right, standing. Karen Knapp. Lee Ellen Swartz. Jamie Whisler. Toni Kay Green. Shelly Leisure. Jenny Toney. Cindy Hershey; sitting left to right. Aimee Smith. Barbara Robertson, Julie Helpling, Jenny Compton. Sharon Davis. Leslie Rebuck. Elisa Abner. Paula Turner. Joni VanBuskirk. Angie Carron. Lisa Thornberry, Beth Mathys. P I K E S m s Above: Some of the girls preparing to start a routine. Below: Shelly Leisure displays the correct salute for the eastern style uniforms that the band wears. Above right: Tonicay Green, captain of Pikes, tries to keep a straight face. Above left: Leslie Rebuck, aptain of Poms, takes a breather. Below: Our photographer captures Jenny Toney in the middle of a routine.ttis. d l orri£.nt First row Trisha Stutsman. Barbara Coffman. Sue Ann Shelton. Leslie Cos-ton. Darlene McKinley; second row — Rich Rominger. Deena Capps. Jill Cotner. Walter Sizelove; third row — Tonya Fitzgibbon. Kelly Jordon. Lori Garrison. Lisa Hartley. Kathy Dame. 105Picasso or Rembrandt? Maybe not, but Elwood High has many artistic students in and out of art classes. These students are always doing something to make the school a little brighter from decorating the windows at Christmas time, to designing their own t-shirts, to painting signs for football, basketball, and other school activities. This year an art club was formed for all students interested in art. 106 Pictured above. Mike Crim. left, Keith Israel work on art projects. Art Club T-Shirts, left to right. Jamie Casas. Jack Conner. Shawn Klein, Matt Rice. Dave Richards: second row. Diana Wills. Jane Kleyla. Cheryl Shawhan. Christi Tyner. Amy Israel. Kim Lawson; third row. Phyllis Hayward. Jeri McQuitty. Trish Watson. Debbie Molden. Shelly Standridge.Below: Steve Reynolds helps decorate for Christmas. Below left: Kathy Keller works hard at her drawing. Below right: Denise Basham puts the finishing touches to more Christmas art to brighten up the building. Art Club Members: Shaun Sizelove. Kim Law-son. John Cox. Debbie Willingham. Stella Fisher. Lisa Anderson, Phyllis Hayward. Debbie Molden. Brian Troutman. Terry McPhearson. Cindy Aaron. Laura Sizelove. Teresa Kendall. Jerry McQuitty. Karen Helpling. Matt Rice. Mark Rominger. fa 107CD EE, Students enjoy a Spanish dinner at the "One Accord." Ho ho ho! Look who joined the Spanish skating party! tn CE3 The Spanish Club started the year with a hayride and weiner roast at Mr. Compton’s farm. The group enjoyed Spanish food twice this year by going first to the “One Accord” in Muncie, and then to Indianapolis to the “La Paz”. For Christmas this year the club had a skating party with a special guest, Santa Claus. The main event for the Spanish Club will be the trip to Spain this summer. The club plans to leave in June. First — Mr. Compton. Roger Castor. Tammy Morris, Terri Parker. Cindy Davis, Rosie Bucci, Mark Burdsall. Rod McMinn. Christi McDermit. Dana Grimes. Mrs. Disosway; second — Amy Hoose. Jennifer Browning. Sherri Mitchell. Lisa McIntyre, Lisa Thornberry. Kim Boston, Amy Jones. Marian Melvon. Teresa Kendall, Teresa Caldwell, Lori Caldwell. Brenda Champion. Kevin Riley, Tina Rittenhouse; third — Jodi Mays, Barbara Baldwin. Robin Plue. Gayle Mize. Jerri Thornberry, Angela Nickles. Lisa Maish, Kim Maley, Leslie Courtney. Rhonda Davis. Dodi Nance. Joni VanBuskirk; fourth — Margaret Beeman, Marlene Hubbartt. Karen Knapp, Helen Metz. Janet Parker, Barbara Robertson. Pam Lynas. Cheryl McQuitty, Lori Kaiser. Karen Helpling, Tracy Bradburn. Lori Garrison; fifth — Steve Poor. Mik Burdsall. Jill Cotner. Mary Pirto. Marty Wells. Jeff Cotton, Chip Morris. Rich Florea. Pam Williams; sixth — David Helm. Andrea Morris, Lorrie Robison, David Carpenter. Beth Roby. Troy Kendall. Kevin Knotts. Brad Gillum, John Moore. Dan Faucett: seventh — Anne Hoffman. Linda McDermit. Tina Sovern. Gil Carter, Chris Goens, Stephanie Kelich. Diane Jackson, Helena Crull. Shelly Runyan; eighth — Pat Wright, Theresa Prieshoff, Michele Robinson. Janice Strong. Larry Weaver. Tony Hoppenrath. John Scircle. Jamie Whisler, Kirk Brenner. 108LATIN CLUB First — Phil Morgan. Ken Hoffer. Steve Whitehead. Ron Arnold. Sandy Leonard. Mrs. Garner: second — Bev Butcher. Amy Seright. Laura Sizelove. John Kolias. Ron Goins. Kevin Riley. Andy Davis. Jeff Jones. Marina Pappas: third — Cathy Meschke. Beth Giselbach. Tammy Ozenbaugh. Melody Taylor. Marci Phillips. Stacy Runyan, Stephanie Kelich, Todd Deihl. Vick Kolias: fourth — Walter Sizelove. Richard Rominger. Betty Ponder. Mary Harris. Lois Hawkins. Kim Edens. Allyson McPhearson. Charley Morgan. Phil Talley: fifth — Judy Kleyla. Kathy Amick. Donna Brawl. Cindi Leavitt. Georgeanna Ponder. David Groover. George McPhearson. Nick Ray: sixth — Susie Stafford. Sherry Gross. Susie Johns. Sherry Gibson. Tobie Diehl. Beth So. Laura Waymire. Beth Mathys. Mike Williams: seventh — Toni Hughes. Mary Tyner. Julie Headley. Aimee Tharp. Jeri McQuitty. Cathy Fettig. One of the Latin Club's major events of the year is the chariot race in Indianapolis. This year the club came in tenth place. The group enjoyed dancing and lots of food at their party for Christmas. In March all good Roman’s celebrate Caesar’s birthday. The club held a toga party in his honor. Rome’s birthday was April 21, and the club went to Indianapolis for Roman pizza and a movie. 109 rr»ail world Elwood Community High hosted three foreign exchange students this year. Each of the three students was sponsored by the Youth for Understanding organization and lived with different families here in Elwood. Tinette Encinas was our bubbly little exchange student from the Phillipines. She lived with the family of Fred Tyner in Elwood. Tinette especially enjoyed sports. She played on both the volleyball and basketball teams. She was always in the crowd at the boys’ basketball and football games, cheering the guys on to a victory! noTony Tontisakis came to us from Athens, Greece. He lived with the Tony Pappas family here in Elwood. Tony already had some knowledge of Elwood High before he came because his brother Chris was an exchange student here last year. Tony had a very tough class schedule here at Elwood as he took calculus, physics, and chemistry all at the same time. Claudia Jeczawitz was our exchange student from Berlin, West Germany. She lived with the Michael Helpling family here in Elwood from Sept.. 4 through the end of school. When she came to the U.S., Claudia decided she would like to learn something new, so she took up ceramics and playing piano. With hopes to carry home some ‘‘memories” of the U.S., Claudia took several snapshots with a real nifty camera she brought from Germany.Above left — Wes Bogard cleans the van. Below left — Jeff Vest stands around during activity period. Above — Mark Burdsall smiles for the camera. Below — Cathy Meschke and Rich Florea study in the library.Above left — Teresa Kendall and Dorothy Fanning look at something new. Left — Melody Hanshew is daydreaming in another world. Below — Mr. Ray assists Cindy in class. Bottom — Jenny Compton and Marty Wells — Wonder what they are up to? Above — Tina Cox in lab tries to listen to those tapes.Future Homemakers off America: FHA row one — Jodi Arehart Mrs. Elvona Tolle. Teresa Williams. Lisa Longnecker, Gloria Leicht. Jeanie McKinley. Cindy robins. Debbie Elmore. Mrs. Naomi Schwear; row two — Kim Bollinger. Lisa Dudley, Peggy Sheffield. Marie Frazee, Ann Haynes. Tracey Blackford. Jenny Harting. Angela Cunningham. Cindy Hershy; row three — Mary Groover. Lisa Savage, Hannah Goforth. Deena Capps. Kathy Dame. Darlene McKinley. Kathy Goodwin, Kelly Cox. Club officers are President Gloria Leicht, Vice-President Teresa Williams, Historian Lisa Longnecker, Reporter Jeanie Mckinley, Secretary Carie Coots. Weiner roasts, bake sales, the raffling of a Raggedy Ann doll, and sell- ing fruit cakes are just a few of the activities the F.H.A. girls participated in during the year. Along with that the members are planning a camping trip this summer. 114Kneeling in front: Angie Nichols, Lonnie Miller. Carol Fred, Phyllis Hayward, Pam Williams; sitting: Teresa Anderson, Julie Headley, Amy Tharp, Michell Roberson, Kathy Fettig, Patricia Watson; standing: Kim Greenly, Kim Boston, Walter Size-love: back standing: Mary Tyner, Patty Kelich, Amy Israel. Mr. Middleton. Left to right: Kim Spearman, Jeff Luyet, Theresa Bastin, Mr. Austin, Julie Harting, Tanna Longer-bone. and Susan Stafford. 115A Burger Bash, Scream in the Dark, Operation Scrooge, ski trip to Timber Ridge, all-night party, basketball tourney, Florida Week, and the year end Mud Bowl are a few of the many events of Campus Life's second year at Elwood High. Weekly meetings are held Monday night at a different student's house. “Besides all the events, important issues of life like dealing with drugs, sex, drinking, peer pressure, and self-image to help students develop into a balanced individual,” says Bill Jones, Elwood’s Campus Life director. The Anderson College staff consists of Tim McCarty, Cindy Lappin, Patty Hall, Bob O'Deal, Russ Hollingsworth, and Barb Johnson with some help from Jaleve Jones. One of the most active clubs in the school, Campus Life has regular skate-a-thons, allcounty meetings, giving students a chance to meet kids from all over the county. This winter students participated in Operation Scrooge, food-a-thon. Besides all these events and activities, in the summer there are weekly meetings plus trips to King’s Island and to see the Reds play baseball. In the spring, students went on a one-week trip to see the Florida sights. 116Row one left to right — Roger Castor, Jack Casto, Cindy Davis, Mark Burdsall. Dana Grimes, Tammy Morris, Tinette Encinas, Ernie Hoel. Kevin Rubush; second row, John Kolias, Melodi Taylor. Kim Bryan. Sarah Carey, Penny Williams. Sherry Gibson, Randy Hoel, Tracy Blackburn, Lori Garrison. Amy Israel; third row, Tina Rittenhouse, Ann Hoffman, Mary Harris. Marcie Phillips. Sandy Leonard. Kim Lawson, Aimee Hittle, Scott Hasecuster, Carol Puterbaugh, Rhonda McCartney; fourth row, Susie Stafford, Tonie Hughes. Pam Williams. Nick Ray. Tom Luse, Brad Gillum, John Moore, Jeff Castor, Mike Minnear; sixth row, Andrea Morris, Mary Tyner, Julie Headley, Tricia Watson. Linda McDermit. Toni Maley, Debbie Luse. Marlene Hubbartt, Mike Burdsall. 117UTURE USINESS EADERS MERICA First row: left to right. Rosie Kelich. Mike Barnett. Cindy Davis. Rosie Bucci. Amy Seright. Janice Minniear. Kathy Goodwin; second row: left to right. Sonya Casto. Robin Plue. Chris Goens. Jill Hose. Lisa Maish. Kim Maley. Leslie Courtney. Peggy Sheffield. Mrs. Barr; third row: left to right. Kathy Stage. Lori Robertson. Tina Sovern. Patty Kelich. Lori Garrison, Shelley Runyan. Marla Wells, Becky Fettig; fourth row: left to right. Lee Swartz. Delena Sheppard. Robin Morris. Julie Stevens. Kim Williams. Beth So. Nyla Harris, Kelly Cox, Marie Frazee; fifth row: left to right. Nancy Mitchell. Rae Ellen Kelly. Lisa Turner. Paulette Elsworth. Jodi Langley. Tobi Deal. Kelly Jordon. Cindy Wheeler. Mrs. Barnett. “Happy Days” have hit Elwood H.S. for business students — those forty business students who have joined FBLA, that is! Installation of officers and a weiner roast were held at Mrs. Barnett’s house on October 18. Eight members and Mrs. Barr attended the regional leadership conference in Des Moines from November 8-11, Thirty-three students toured Indiana Bell in Indianapolis and the Finance Center at Fort Benjamin Harrison on December 12. Plans are being made to raise money to attend the state conference at Ball State in March and to have a swim party at Mrs. Barr’s in the spring. Above right Nancy Mitchell. Dan Holmes, and Delaina Shepard remember what fun it was attending Holiday on Ice with the FBLA. Right Kathy Goodwin, reporter. Above: FBLA students leave for a trip. Back row Sonya Casto. Rae Ellen Kelly, Kathy Stage. Marie Frazee. Cindy Davis, middle Rosie Kelich, Lee Swartz: kneeling Kathy Goodwin.P.A.J.A. members are first row. left to right. Debbie Willingham. John Moore. Cindy Davis. Christina Goens; second row. Marcia Phillips. Ron Arnold. Kathy Amick. Troy Taylor, Mike Barnett. Panthers Are Junior Achievers is the name of the Junior Achievement Company sponsored by Ex-Cell-O. The nine members hope to make a profit by selling heavy duty coat hangers and towel racks. Numero Uno is the other J.A. Company in operation in Elwood. This company is making survival kits. These kits are used when stranded without shelter or food and could save a life. J.A. was formed to teach teenagers how a big corporation is run. The students organize themselves into board of directors, workers and sales people get pay checks, sell stock, and just generally run the whole business. Then at the end of the year the company is dissolved and if there is money to be earned, the stockholders get their due and a report is written up for the members and stockholders. J.A. also has activities like Trade Fair, an Awards Banquet, trips, and helpful workshops for the officers of each company. g of Tomorrow. Numero Uno members are left to right, Sara Carey. Ramona Baugher. Christi Parker. Sharon Davis. Amy Smith; second row. left to right. George McPhear-son. Don Jackson. Dave Smith, and Danny Holmes. 119 Student Council: front row. Mike Barnett. Tina Rittenhouse, Linda McDermit. Mark Burdsall. Tammy Morris. Terry Parker. Cindy Davis. Debbie Beck. Chris Green. Tom Austin: second row. Barb Burns. Keith Israel. Sandy Kaiser. Amy Sizelove, Debbie Balser. Laura Sizelove. Christi Tyner. Rhonda McCartney. Wes Bogard. John Kelich; third row. Mike Summers. Teresa Prieshoff. Vickie Kolias. Cathy Meschke. Amy Jones. Julie Helpling. Tina Cox. Amy Smith. Allison Gil; fourth row. Kelly Leakey. Marion Melvin. Lori Caldwell. Karen Helpling. Patty Whetsel. Toby Diehl. Gloria Leicht. Carrie Coots: fifth row. Dana Campbell. Mark Copeland. Greg Champion. Tim Meschke. Laurie Waymire. Debbie Collins. Jody Kendall. Kecia McClelland. Cindy White; sixth row. Kevin Landrum. Jeff Hughes. George Dauenhauer. Keith Morgan. Jeri McQuitty. Kevin Bogard. Kevin Knotts. Bill Cress. Ted Melvin; seventh row Jeff Collins. Barry Moody. Tony Warner. Danny Rebuck. Demetrios Skalkotas, Randy LaForce. Ron Amos. Kathy Stage: eighth row. Joe Jeske. Bret Tyner. Kevin Williams. Chip Morris. Steve Pelletrino. Scott Hasecuster. Teresa Frye. Rosie Bucci. Joe Humel. Amy Seright. Elwood’s 79 Student Council has accomplished many goals which they set out to reach at the beginning of the year. They have had quite a few dances. They also plan on buying a marquee board to place in front of the school. The Student Council put on a gong show and a Saturday Night Live show in the spring. This year’s Council earned more money than any recent group and put it to good use on the announcement board. 120Junior Honor Society members: front row, Kim Baker. Nancy Moore. Mary Bucci. Karen Knapp. Marian Melvin. Amy Jones. Barb Burns. Jenni Compton, second row. Dena Stainbrook. Jeff Massey. Reggie May. Toni Maley, Mike Phenis. Tom Cotton, Pat Green, Steve Pettit. David Helm. Jeff Rich. Jim Pearson. Steve Poor. David Groover. Mrs. Starkey. Senior Honor Society members: front row: Betsy Boyer, Jill Heaton. Amy Sizelove, Jamie Abner. Leslie Long, Tammy Morris. Terri Parker. Dana Grimes, second row. Mrs. Merritt. Mary Piirto. Tina Rittenhouse, Roger Castor. Mark Copeland. Dennis Clingaman. Mark Burdsall. Joe Humel. Randy Kelly. Amy Seright. Sandy Kaiser, Rosie Bucci. Teresa Frye.The Student Congress Club at Elwood Community High School participated in a number of activities during the school year. The students compete in congresses around the central part of Indiana from November to February. This competition involves the debating of legislative bills covering a number of controversial issues. The students must follow a particular structure of parliamentary procedure during the legislative debate. The students who show the most background knowledge on the issue and outstanding debating ability usually win outstanding legislator awards in the competition. 122Sitting left to right — Julie Helpling, Greg Leever. Rich Florea. Pat Green; kneeling — Cathy Meschke, Scott Easley; standing — John Kolias. Karen Knapp, Mark Burdsall. and Tom Austin. The Hi-Y Club was created last year to give students the opportunity to learn about the legislative process, while at the same time experiencing some of the Christian principles offered by the local YMCA. Students in this organization participate in a Model Legislature in the spring of the year at Indianapolis. During this legislature, the students write, debate, and pass bills of their creation into law. The legislature is held in the Indiana State Capitol Building. This program usually attracts around 200 interested students from around the state. 123Tlhe mmailMhi 1. Terri Parker. Joe Humel. and Mark Burdsall are captured in a pensive mood during calculus class. 2. The kids sit in a quick briefing session during the trip to Delco-Remy. 3. This is a popular sight in Mr. Huffman's room around Christmas time. 4. Rich Gross works the Energy Environment Simulator in chemistry class. 5. Mr. Huffman after his 2nd period chemistry class. 124o. Front row left to right — Roger Castor. Mary Piirto. Dana Grimes. Tammy Morris. Terri Parker. Amy Sizelove. Mark Burdsall; second row — Tina Rittenhouse. Ann Hoffman. Karen Knapp. Betsy Boyer. Teresa Prieshoff. Pat Wright. Rosie Bucci. Amy Seright. Mark Brown; third row — James Compton, adviser. Nancy Moore. Tinette Encinas. Chris McDermit. David Groover. Kris Frye. Richard Rominger. Brett Miller. Phil Huffman, adviser. IbratOim 2. Kris Frye looks mysteriously at the Energy Environment Simulator. 3. Terri Parker proves the theory that physics isn't always a lot of work. 4. What's a trip to Delco-Remy without eating lunch at McDonalds? 5. All aboard for Delco-Remy! 125126 1. John Kelich, Roger Bowlin. Jim Wallace work with machines in auto mechanics. 2. Chris Sheets works on a car in auto mechanics. 3. Mary Galbreath irons in home economics. 4. Girls work in auto mechanics. 5. Bruce Brewer and Jim Pearson load materials in building trades. 6. Lisa Turner gets help from Roland Whisler in auto mechanics. 127it’s the real thing Kenny Harris and Dana Campbell work on a project for welding class. 2. In auto body Bob Hall works on painting a car. 3. We catch Brenda Harless in a busy moment during sewing class. 4. Printing class is interesting work for Mike Summers. 1281. Auto body student works carefully on sanding a car. 2. Randy Stratton, Tom Carmer and Don Hughes focus on a color processor in printing. 3. Auto mechanics is a lot of fun for Angie Haulk, Lisa Nuding. and Robin Head. 4. In welding Ron Amos tries to look busy. 5. Auto body is hard work for Troy Garrison and Mark Hardebeck. 129WHAT is We took a poll of all the classes to ask some questions that we thought would be interesting to the student body. FRESHMEN: 1. What do you think our country will be like in 20 years? Jeri McQuitty — I think our country will be a lot different 20 years from now. I think there will be more machines to do things and maybe robots to work for us Dena Capps — If teenagers have their way, there will be a lot of changes. Mary Tyner — If there were any major wars over the next 50 years, it would almost destroy the world because of the atom bomb. It isn't likely that the world can go 50 years without a war but if there isn't, then the world would probably be polluted and over-populated. If the economy keeps going at its present rate, many people will probably be living in poverty. I guess there will be a cure for cancer or people living in space. 2. If you had an opportunity to have one wish what would it be? Nick Kiefer — To wipe out all violence in the universe. Eric Fettig — To date all the cheerleaders in the high school at the same time. Kevin Bogard — I would like to become real important and bring peace to the world. 3. If dreams were for sale, what would you buy? Jill Hoose — For just one day, not to have a worry in the world and do just anything that I want to do. Genie McKinley — I’d wish for a big forest and let wild animals live there where there is no hunting, me living right in the middle. Andrea Morris — To have the mistakes wiped away and have a clean slate. SOPHOMORES: 1. What do you think our country will be like 20 years from now? Susie Stafford — Twenty years from now, the U.S. will probably be mainly computerized. The pace of life will be so fast that no- one would care about their fellow countrymen. Their main interest in life would be to get ahead of the other guy in any way possible. Everyday life will be commercialized and inflation will be high. Twenty years from now there will probably be space stations and people commuting between them. Peace will probably be found in the nations that have fought for years, but a state of turmoil will exist, mostly in the nations that were at one time allies, because of a great power struggle. Knowledge would be very advanced in many fields, but life would go by so fast that no one would have time to enjoy it. Allyson McPhearson — I think it will be a lot like it is now. Sure, there will be some new discoveries, but not anything really important. I doubt that there will be any world wars because with all the bombs and firepower everyone has. they could just blow each other up. 2. If you had an opportunity to have one wish what would it be? Dan Faucett — That all the problems in the world would disappear and we would have no limit to coal and gas and food. That we could have everything we needed. Sara Carey — I wish that people would realize that everyone has feelings, and everyone is created equal, and no man is better than any other. 3. If dreams were for sale what would you buy? Steve Whitehead — Fairness, patriotism, no prejudice, no wrong, no grief, a world where everyone is working to better themselves and their country, not destroy somebody else's country or life. If people paid more attention making their own lives better, then they wouldn’t have time to start wars and hurt their fellow man. Karen Helpling — Life to be carefree without any worries ... No hassles. 130YOUR OPINION ? JUNIORS 1. What do you think our country will be like 20 years from now? Jenni Compton — This country will probably be a little less prejudice in 20 years. Bill Smith — What country? There will be a nuclear holocaust and we'll do a fantastic imitation of the moon surrounded by Venus atmosphere. Tony Wideman — I believe things will be straightened out and things will be perfect and easy to live in ‘‘Like the sayin is” if there’s a way in, then there’s a way out." So if there is a way in this mess, then there’s got to be a way out! 2. If you had an opportunity to have one wish what would it be? Greg Arbuckle — Immortality! Ned Dunnichay — Free charge accounts and to have money. Kathy Stage — To go back stage and meet Bob Seger at his concert. 3. If dreams were for sale what would you buy? Wes Bogard — The dreams of my future and what the world holds in store for me and the people I care about. See if the world would ever have total peace with each other. Stella Fisher — Paradise Island where everything is simple and no strings attached. SENIORS 1. What do you think our country will be like 20 years from now? Kathy Bess — I really don’t know. I like to live my life from a day to day basis. It is really hard to say what the future will be like because of things changing all the time. Jonelle Coons — I think it will be wilder than it is now. Mike Williams — Probably go into a depression. 2. If you had an opportunity to have one wish what would it be? Angie Wills — To be rich, happy and live forever. I want to give my family everything and never be sad again. Gwen Pritchard — To live happy and peaceful and for the world to live in peace, each person accepting the other for what they are. Tom Kelich — For world peace and for people to get along. 3. If dreams were for sale what would you buy? Fred McPhearson — I would buy the dream of Eden, the dream that all live in peace and tranquility. Jim Standridge — A chance to see if there really is a God. 1311979 Crescent Staff Senior Sports Eds I 1 Bake Kim Co-editors: Tonya Fitzgibbon Julie Helpling Bill sJmith Bus Staff: and ads Keith Israel Barb Burns Cheryl Shawhan ass Eds. Cindy Brenda m Rittenh ouse a Stutzr nan da Cha mpion e Rebu =k in Rubush 1 ■ — Rernem ber WKa+s-hiS'r» xnne? A Yearbook Never ■forsets a face1330 Steve Kiefers RECORD SHOP Blip m mCongratulations From Dr. Mrs. David Harper Family And the Local Fire Fighters Hembree Motor Sales OUTS U IRE, INC. WHERE ALL WHEELS COVIE AND GO' Amy says, “For the nicest cars in town, SEE my Dad at 525 North Anderson St. 522-6741 Congratulations to the Class of '79 WARDWELL Soft Water Service 1448 South “D" St. Elwood Phone 552-5031 — Muncie — 135LOYS Kimball Music Center Complete line of Stereos Car Tape Players 8-track Cassette Tapes Pianos Organs Good Luck Class of 79 State Road 37S 552-2202 Faluey's Men's and Boys' Store 136CONGRATULATIONS SHEARCOMPANY 136SECURITY BANK 125 So. Anderson St. with Branch Banking at Elwood Plaza and Carter’s Food CenterBappe6fc-Gpav ipaphv r . senior 0ne 0 (0, 0f}ecialiiet or nr iraih Stop 'a a a a 929 North Anderson open 7 days a week 7-11 CMC Truck Headquarters S D Motors Inc. State Road 28 East Tipton, Indiana Phone 675-7499 Owner: Sonny Burden Mini Warehouse Rental 140f,3 mik Dairi| Queen Dairti pueen Dairy pueenwwm Shepafh TOOL,HC GENERAL OFFICES WM.D. SHEPARD PRES. 142from Chris Mose Owners John Moser expert jewelry watch repair Fettig's Canning Corp. Packers of fine tomato products Waymire T.V. Quasar — Zenith Sales Service John Deere Leesons Shoe Dept. Warren Bernadine Zerbe LOREN'S SERVICE CENTER Lawn Garden Equipment 310 South Anderson Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Phone 552-3721 Compliments of Burnette — Dellinger Inc. Insurance 1423 South Anderson St. Elwood, In. 552-5351 143144T MEAT DEPARTMENT HOT LINE number • for-SPECIAL ORDERS CUSTOM CUTTING DELICATESSEN DELICATESSEN HOT LINE 552-9673 for special orders 552-9689 for special t I ARTER S . 7W.' . VM 3W, ! Vest Cleaners Keith and Barb Elwood Skelgas Pepsi-Cola Company Venus Chocolate Shop Coast to Coast Hardware Inland Marine Sporting Goods Merle Norman Cosmetic Studios Custom by Brooks — trading post Rick Powis — Mgr. of Downtown Hooks Drugs Inc.Congratulations to the class of '79 RON GRIMES INSURANCE AGENCY AMERICAN FAMILY INSURAN O E AUTO HOME HEALTH LIFE KLEIN'S SHOES Shoes for the entire family 116 So. Anderson St. Elwood, Indiana 552-5271 1232 BROADWAY ANDERSON PHONE: 649-3336 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF’79 I OH THE AIR oj EAST STAR INN Specializing in steaks "Chicken in the Basket" Complete dinners lunches Banquet Meeting Rooms — Catering Hours — ihd OnL(j RflOiO 5U io s you'll (LVdP) Nddot SUno 10 FM Closed Monday TUES.-THURS. 6 am-11 pm FRIDAY SATURDAY 6 am-2 am SUNDAY 11 am-llpm State Road 28 552-6200 146UNBEARABLY GOOD FOODCongratulations to the Class Of 79 ©F tee (ZefiteeF 148Breakfast Served OLD TIME WOODWORKS Anytime Congratulations to the Class of ’79 Jackley-Landrum Funeral Home Y Dees Joyce Elledge 900 No. 10th St. 552-2629 149Good Luck Class of ’79 Kendall Mold Engineering Congratulations Class of '79 1800 South “D" Street LUCKY STRIKE State Road 13 S 552-5312 Callaway's Standard BOURFF FURNITURE 301 So. Anderson St. 552-9077 Furniture — Draperies — Carpet 552-2255 102 West Main Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Corbett's Union '76 212 No. Anderson St. 552-9067 150Heiser Ford BE WISER SEE HEISER ELWOOD, INDIANA A SURE SIGN OF A GOOD BUY General Cage SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Mangas Cafeteria Congratulations to the Class of '79 FSLIC Best Wishes to the Class of '79 Elwood ... 552-5061 Alexandria ... 724-7791 Bob Dan's Auto Sales R.R. 2 151Hand Crafted Art Ware Joe St. Clair — Pres. Mon.-Sat. 9am-5pm Closed Sunday 408 N. 5th Ph. 552-5045 152 groacW' lfoa CANT LOSE UnTH flOGER HUGHES RECREATIONAL I'EHICUEs Lhcfhv ays I3S37 in Elwood-Phone 552-R8IICopher Fesler THE SAVING PLACE St. Rd. 37 and "P" SI Elwood Elwood Monument Company Markers Monuments Mausoleums Gallatin's Sandwich Shop 1537 South A Street Elwood's Best Liked Hamburger 552-9051 Plake's Flowers Designers for all Occasions 426 North 12th 552-7715 154Our Best To The Class of '79 W EX-CELL-O Aerospace Group 155What’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. "Die classified ads. And that's just a start. Your newspaper. It's yours. Use it for you. 156Clifton-Younce Wholesale — Retail — Farm Recap Tires — Wheel Balancing Brakes — Mufflers Shocks Goodyear Tires Fast on Farm Flighway Service Budget Terms Available 2 Convenient Locations St. Rd. 28 E. Elwood 552-5085 123 S Independence Tipton 675-6377 Registered Diamond Rings Exclusive In Elwood At Congratulations to the Class of '79 ELWOOD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY RHODES JEWELRY 118 South Anderson St. 552-5541 KLUMPPS Wallpaper • Paint • Glass Art Supplies • Vinyl Wallcovering 1533 South A. Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 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 Rexroat's IGA Foodliner Amos White (Whitey) Stan Alvey Quality Meats Produce Les Rexroat — Propr.2836 North B Street ELWOOD, INDIANA Retail Department Store Carol Thompson President Jeannine Baker, Vice Pres. Tim K. Leeson, Secy. Treas. Mrs. David Leeson, Asst. Secy Treas. ELWOOD, IND. Congratulations to the class of 79 Johnson's Apparel Congratulations Class of '79 ELWOOD NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY LOVE'S FLOWER SHOP Compliments Crimans Insurance Agency, Inc. 422 N. Anderson See Trula and Judy for all your prom flowers member Associated Agencies 2200 So. Anderson Street, Elwood 158. • • • • •• • • • . ; • • • . .•: ’! , • • •' • : .y.-j ■|p • € I v- • • . • v • - • '••• 1. •••• . -. •• • • .. v;. • . vy • • • • FIRST NATIONAL BANK CONGRATULATIONS Class of 79 • • •. • •• • • . • • • • • • . • • « • , !. • . % • • • • • • • •••v . V • •• • • • • •, • • • ... •... . . • . . ••• • •• •••• ••• • • • • » . V • • • •• . ... • . ••• • ' •' •• • • »•« •• • • • .. . • • • • • • .♦ • • . • . •• • i muJMJiiim “v vW.'. ■ • »• ••• ••„. • • .v;.: ... • .. . •.. • •• • . l:-;:• :•: • • • • • • •• • • •• • % • • • .— ••.••. v . • ••• • •. • ...» -.• . •.•••• •• .. • • • •• .... . . • . •• • • ••I. .. •'... . . • .V..' - . • • ::. v. • • . : • . • .... •v. • • • • • • • k 159Office Supplies Office Furniture Office Equipment Complete Service Department RIEGEL'S Overdorf Camera Shop For all your photo needs ‘‘If it’s GLASS we have it." R.R. 2 Box 334 Ph. 552-7333 24-Hr. Film Service Town, and Country Shop 120 South Anderson 9-5:30 Mon. thru Thurs. 9-8:00 Friday 9 to 5 Sat. Orbaugh Service Tire Center, Inc. 1348 South B. Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Tel. 552-6202-6622 Wolff's McKNIGHT'S 1519 South B Street ELWOOD, INDIANA 46036 Best wishes to the class of ’79 1447 South "A” 552-9022 Kentucky Fried Chicken 1905 South Anderson 552-7100 160Congratulations to the Class of '79 P.S. Book Store 115 So. Anderson St. This is J.C. Penney For All Your Needs Shop Penney’s In Elwood Catalog — 552-5051 Retail — 552-5561 Cash, Charge, or Layaway EAST SIDE MARATHON State Road 28 East 23' 2 hr. Wrecker Service 552-9024 Congratulations to the CLASS of '79 BARBER STYLE SHOP Appt. Only 552-2222 1530 South A St. Elwood Gene's Soft Water West Side Hardware 912 West Main 552-2723 Marge Gene Durm Compliments of HOUSE OF GLASS St. Rd. 28 West Bob Maude St. Clair “The Glory of Glass that once was sand.” 161Aaron. Cindy 32. 107. 132 Abbott. Darrell 44 Abbott. Rae Ann 18 Abbott. Rex 31 Abel. Karen 55 Abernathy. R 54 Abner. Elisa 39. 102. 104. 88 Abner. James 18 Abner. Jamie Mitchell 18. 121 Abplanalp. Kim 93 Abshire. Robert 55 Adams. Carol 39 Adams. Colleen James 18 Aldridge. Brian 67. 66 Alfrey. Andy 39 Allen. Faye 59 Allenbaugh, Tammy 93 Altherr. Bernadine 32 Altherr, Bernice 39 Alumbaugh. Tammy 39. 74. 85. 95 Amick. Kathy 32. 109. 117. 119 Amick, Robby 39 Amos. Ronnie 18. 120. 129 Anderson, Lisa 32. 74. 75. 85. 95. 107 Anderson. Mark 32 Anderson. Theresa 39. 115 Anderson. Todd 44 Antle, David 18 Arbuckle. Greg 32. 131 Arbuckle. Tamara 18 Arehart, Brenda 18 Arehart. Jodi 39. 114 Arehart. Stephen 19 Arnold. Ronald 44. 101. 102. 109. 119. 117 Austin. Beverly 55. 30 Austin. Tom 55. 81. 94. 115, 122. 123, 120 Bailey. Van 54 Baker. Jeff 44. 102 Baker. Kim 32. 93. 121. 132 Baker. Tammy 39. 102 Baldwin. Barbara 44. 108 Baldwin. Pam 32 Ball. Anna 32 Ballinger. Sandy 19 Balser. Dan 39 Balser, Deborah 8. 19. 120 Bannon. Bert 44 Bannon. John 19 Barker. David 19 Barnes. David 44 Barnett, Marilyn 55. 118 Barnett. Mike 19. 66. 73. 76. 118. 119, 120 Barr. Jeanne 55. 118, 168 Barrett. Brenda 32, 132 Basham. Denise 19, 107 Basham. Tammy 39 Bastin. Theresa 39. 115 Baugher. Craig 44. 101. 78 Baugher. Romona 32. 119 Bayne. Robin 19 Beck. Debra 19. 120 Beeman. Bonnie 44 Beeman, Brenda 39 Beeman. John 39 Beeman. Larry 39 Beeman. Margaret 44. 108 Beeman. Moria 19 Beeman. Pam 61 Beeman. Robert 19. 73. 86. 91 Beever, Betty 55 Bellamy. Kerry 44 Bellamy. Todd 49 Bennett. Brenda 44 Bennett. Deeann 44 Bennett. Martha 61 Bertrum. Vernon 44 Bess. Katherine 19. 131 Bickel. Brenda 32 Bickel. Seth 44 Biddle. Jon 32 Bingham, D. 54 Bixby. Debra 39 Bixby. Terry 39 Blackely. Lisa 44 Blackford. David 44 Blackford. Melody 20 Blackburn. Tracey 44. 114. 117 Blakely. Angela 39 Bogard. Kevin 44. 71, 49. 130. 120 Bogard. Wes 32. 91. 68. 131. 112. 95. 120 Bollinger. Kim 20. 114 Bomholt. Mike 55. 66. 67, 78. 81 Boston. Kim 44. 82. 83m. 108. 115 Bourff, Jeff 39. 66. 68. 76. 79 Bourff, Maria 44. 75. 85 Boyer. Betsy 20. 19. 125. 103. 102. 95. 121 Boyer, Ken 39 Boyer. Mark 39 Boyland. Gary 39 Boyland. Jeff 20 Boyland. Tammy 20 Bowlin. Roger 127 Bozell. Margaret 39 Bradburn. Tracy 39. 108 Brawl. Donna 39. 109. 117 Bramillian. Lupe 44 Brenner. Kirk 39. 42. 72. 68. 108. 94. 95. 76. 79 Brewer. Bruce 32. 27 Brittingham, Tim 39 Brock. Daniel 20 Brogdon. Jane 61 Brooks. Larry 44 Brooks. Marty 20 Brown. Brian 20. 41. 73 Brown. Danny 44 Brown. Darrell 20 Brown. Kenny 55 Brown. Laurie 30 Brown. Mark 21. 30, 25, 125 Brown. Phillip 55 Browning, Cheryl 21 Browning. Jenny 44. 49. 108 Bryan. Clifford 32 Bryan. Jeff 2. 39 Bryan, Kim 39. 117 Bucci. Mary 32. 121 Bucci. Rosie 21. 19. 125. 118. 108. 101. 83. 120. 121 Buckman. Norman 56 Buis. Pam 39 Bunch. David 44 Bunch. Debbie 93 Bunch. Tammy 44 Burdsall. Mark 21. 68. 125. 124. 108. 112. 122. 123. 120. 117. 86. 87. 95. 121. 91 Burdsall. Mike 40, 68. 108. 117. 86 Burnette. Amy 44. 83 Burns. Barbara 32. 120, 121. 132. 88. 89 Burton. Gerald 56. 73. 81 Burton, Linda 32 Buster. Barbara 31 Buster. Lori 40. 102 Buster. Wanda 44 Butcher. Beverly 40. 93. 95. 109. 88 Caldwell. Archie 32 Caldwell. Jean 61 Caldwell. Lori 32. 108. 120 Caldwell. Teresa 3. 32. 108 Call. Mark 32 Campbell. Bonnie 32 Campbell. Chris 32 Campbell. Cindy 44 Campbell. Dana 32. 120, 128 Cannon. Paul 44. 78 Caplinger. Margaret 44 Capps. Dena 44. 114. 105. 130 Carey Sara 40. 119. 130. 117 Carmer. John 44. 102 Carmer. Tom 32. 72. 129 Carpenter. David 31. 108. 102 Carroll. Robin 32 Carron. Angela 40. 104. 102 Carter. Diana 40 Carter. Gil 32. 108 Casto. Jack 40. 101. 102. 117 Casto, Sonya 32, 118 Castor. Jeff 43. 101. 102. 117 Castor. Roger Eugene 21. 125, 101. 102. 108. 117. 121 Chafton. Karen 45 Chafton. Sheri 45 Champion. Brenda 32. 108. 132 Champion. David 40. 72. 70 Champion. Greg 21. 30. 91. 95. 120 Clark. Kevin 32 Clark, Rita 32 Clark, Rod 32 162Clark, Tom 25 Cleaver, David 45. 78 Clemens. Mark 32 Cline, Richard 45 Clingaman, Dennis 21, 121 Clingaman, John 32 Clouser. Robert 21 Coffman, Barbara 21. 105 Cole, Glen 32 Cole. Jim 54 Cole. Marcia 21, 102 Cole, Marty 32 Collier, Barb 45 Collier, Dan 33 Collins. Dean 45. 71 Collins. Deb 43. 83. 95. 120. 89 Collins. Jeff 21. 120, 86 Collins, Rod 33, 86 Collis. Stephanie 33. 88, 89 Compton. James 11. 56. 81. 91. 125 Compton, Jenny 33. 104, 113, 131, 121 Conner, Jack 40. 106 Conner. Jamie 33, 68 Conners, John 40 Conners. Kevin 33 Conwell. Jill 21 Coons. Jonelle 21, 131 Cooper. Doug 21 Coots. Carrie 22. 114, 120 Copeland, Christopher 22, 30, 66. 68. 95. 120. 121 Copher. Tom 22. 73. 94 Corbett. Dallas 33 Cornwell. Bill 40 Cornwell. Cheryl 31 Cornwell. Jim 45 Cosby, Dewayne 22 Coston. Belinda 33 Coston, Leslie 45, 105 Coston. Vicki 56 Cotner, Jill 33. 105. 108 Cotton, Holly 14 Cotton. Jeff 40. 68, 70. 77. 91. 95. 108 Cotton. Tom 33. 76. 77. 94. 95. 121 Courtney, Carol 54 Courtney, Leslie 33, 108, 118 Cox, Greg 22 Cox, John 40. 107 Cox, Kelly 33. 114. 118 Cox, Robin 33 Cox. Tina 45, 85. 113, 120 Craney. Mark 40 Creech. Todd 45. 101 Cress. Bill 45. 71. 78. 120 Cress. Tammy 33 Crim, Mike 22. 106 Crim, Penny 33 Crimans. Marian 56 Crockett. Davy 33 Crull. Helena 45. 108 Cummins, Jeff 45 Cunningham. Angie 45. 114 Curtsinger. Michelle 33 Cutsinger. Melody 33 Dame, Catherine 33, 105, 114 Dauenhauer, George 40, 73, 120 Dauenhauer. Mike 45, 71 Dauenhauer, Tony 40, 66 Davis. Andy 45, 71, 109, 86 Davis, Carolyn 33. 88 Davis. Cindy Sue 22. 101, 102. 108. 117, 118. 119. 120 Davis, Jane 56 Davis, Jeff 33 Davis, Mark 31 Davis, Phil 33 Davis, Rhonda 45, 108 Davis, Sharon 33. 102, 104, 119 Davis. Susie 33 Deal. Toby 118 Deckard, Darrell 43 Deckard, Steve 43 Demuth. Steve 9. 56. 68. 69. 81. 91. 95 Depaolo, Angela 40 Derm, Tim 126 Detling, Julie 56 Diehl. Toby 45. 49. 109. 82. 83. 120 Diehl. Todd 40, 109 Dietzer. Candy 93 Disosway, Virginia 56, 108 Doan, Troy 33 Dockery, John 56. 81. 91 Dowler. Amy 22. 102 Dowler. Mitch 45 Downham, Todd 40. 68. 79 Drake. Julie 103 Dudley. Cliff 40 Dudley. John Albert 22 Dudley. Lisa 33. 114 Dudley. Susan 54 Dunn, Roberta 33 Dunnichay. Ned 33. 68. 4. 95. 131 Durm, Tim 33 Dye, Joyce Ann 22 Easley. Scott 33. 123 Ebert. Tony 22. 69. 68. 95 Edens. Kim 40. 101. 102. 109. 117 Eib. Penny 33 Elliot, Brian Ellis. Michelle 22 Elmore. Debbie 45. 114 Elsworth, Paulette 40. 75. 95. 118 Emery. James 43 Encinas. Colette 22, 74. 83, 84. 110, 117, 125 Erdman. Mike 40 Etchison, Lynette 45 Evans. John 33 Evans. Lorinda 23 Everling, Tim 45 Everting. Wayne 49 Fanning. Brian 40 Fanning. Dorothy 33, 115 Farley, Chris 45. 71 Faucett. Dan 45. 71. 108. 130 Faucett. Laurie 40 Faulstich, Shawn Faust, Charles 56 Fern. Kevin 23. 68 Fern, Kirby 33 Fern. Trent 33. 68. 69. 91. 95 Fernung, Chuck 45, 71. 78 Fernung. Steve 33 Fesler. Joanna 45 Fettig, Becky 33. 118. 102 Fettig, Cathy 45. 115, 102, 109 Fettig, Eric 45. 49. 71, 78. 130 Fettig. Karen 57 Fettig. Steve 22 Fewell. Kirk 91 Finan. Mike 33 Finan. Pat 31 Finan, Tim 45 Finnerty, John 33 Fisher, Rebecca 23 Fisher. Stella 33. 84. 93. 107. 131 Fisher. Steve 33 Fitzgibbon. Bob 33, 68 Fitzgibbon. Tonya 23. 30, 105. 132 Florea. Rich 33. 77. 78. 108. 112. 123 Flowers. Billy 34 Fortner. Don 57 Frazee. Marie 34. 114, 118 Fred. Carol 45. 83. 115 Fred. Jim 34 Fred. Robert 23 Frye. Kim 93 Frye. Kris 2. 3. 34. 68. 125 Frye. Teresa 23, 120. 121 Gaddis. Lori 34, 91, 88 Galbreath, Joy 40 Galbreath, Rosemary 40. 127 Galbreath. Tony 40 Garcia. Mike 34 • Gardner, Anita 45 Gardner. Anita 34 Gardner, Butch 45 Gardner. Dewayne 45 Garner. Diana 57, 109 Garrison, Lori 45. 75. 85. 105. 108. 117, 118 Gibson. Sherry 45, 109, 117 Gill. Alison 23. 120 Gill. Monte 40 Gilliam. Brad 45. 102. 108. 117 Giselbach. Beth 40, 74. 84. 92. 93. 95. 109 Giselbach, Brian 34 Glotzbach. Debbie 40 Glotzbach, Thomas Bryan 23. 68. 76. 95 Goens. Chris 45. 108. 118, 119 163Goforth, Hannah 45, 114 Goins. Ron 45. 102. 109 Goodnight, Larry 40. 102 Goodwin. Kathy 34. 114. 118 Goodwin, Kelly 31 Gordon, Ed 40 Gordon. Jack 40 Gordon. Joe 45. 49 Gordon. Joe 49 Goznell, Penny 45. 85 Green. Brenda 40 Green. Donald 94 Green. Chris 34. 66. 120 Green. Donna 23. 25. 102 Green. Mike 34 Green. Pat 34. 72. 76. 79. 123. 121 Green. Toni 40. 102. 104. 117 Greenly. Kimberly 46. 115. 88 Gregg. Jim 23. 68. 67. 66. 95 Gregg. Tyron 46. 78 Gregory. Randy 49 Grimes. Dana 23. 30. 101. 102. 108. 117. 125. 121. 132 Grondon, Julie 46 Grondon. Tom 34 Groover. David 34. 125. 109. 121 Groover. Mary 23. 114 Gross. Sherry 40. 102, 109 Gross. Rich 24. 68. 95. 124, 86. 87 Haas, Ann 40 Haas. Autumn 34. 88 Haas. David 46. 71 Hahn. Mark 34 Hall. Bobby 34. 128 Hampton. Kenny 40. 79 Hancher. Rick 34 Hanshew. Cheryl 32 Hanshew. Melody 34. 113 Hardebeck. Mark 34. 129. 34 Hargrave, Ruth 24. 20 Harless. Brenda 43. 128 Harless. Brenda 34 Harrell, Joe 34 Harris. Carolyn 34 Harris. Dan 40. 73 Harris. Mary 40. 109. 101. 117 Harris. Mike 67, 66 Harris. Montie 34. 91. 73 Harris. Nyla 24. 118 Harrison. Robert 46. 102 Harting. Jennifer 46. 114 Harting. Julia 24. 115 Harting. Julie 41 Hartley. Lisa 46. 105 Hartman. David 46 Harvey. Tina 34 Hasecuster. Scott 41. 91. 68. 95. 101. 117. 120 Haskett. Charles 11. 57. 102. 103 Haulk. Ann 34. 129 Haulk, Jeff 31 Hawkins. Lois 41. 109. 117 Haynes. Ann 46. 114, 117 Hayward. Gloria 41. 83 Head. Robyn 34. 129 Headley. Chris 34 Headley. Julie 46. 49. 109. 115, 117 Heater. Debbie 34 Heaton. Kara 41 Heaton. Sarah 24. 121 Heflin. Karen 24 Heflin. Pam 24 Helm. David 34. 72. 86. 94. 95. 108 Helpling. Julie 3. 34. 91. 102. 104. 120, 123. 132 Helpling. Karen 41. 75. 74. 130. 107. 1. 108. 95. 92. 93. 82. 120 Helpling, Michael 46. 102 Hembree. Amy 24 Herniak. David 24 Hershey. Cindy 24. 104. 102. 114 Hinds. Jo 34. 93. 95. 88 Hittle, Aimee 34. 102. 101. 117 Hittle. James 24 Hittle. Loretta 61 Hobbs. Ben 24. 91. 68. 95 Hobbs. Keith 46 Hobbs. LeaAnn 24 Hobbs. Susan 34 Hoel. Ernie 34, 68. 117 Hoel. Randy 41. 68. 101. 117 Hofer. Kenny 22. 66. 68. 70. 109 Hoffer. Kean 46, 78 Hoffman. Ann 41. 101. 108. 117. 125 Hoffman, David 57 Holliday. Melodi 41. 49 Holmes. Dan 34. 119. 118, 102 Holmes. Donna 24 Holtsclaw. Penny 41 Hook. Bradford 46. 102 Hook. Doug 41 Hook. Ruth 25, 8 Hoose. Amy 108 Hoose. Jill 46. 83. 118. 130 Hoose. Matt 34 Hoppel, Max 66. 67 Hoppenrath. Tor.y 41. 94. 108 Hoskins, Lisa 25 House, Betty 54 Howerton. Angela 46 Howell. Gene 41 Howk. Jay 68. 81. 86. 87 Hubbartt. Marlene 34. 91. 108, 117 Hudson. Kelly 41 Huff. Selina 46 Huffman. Lynn 34. 84 Huffman. Phil 57. 68. 71. 81. 79. 124. 125 Huffman. Rae Ann 46. 75. 84 Hughes. Dan 41 Hughes. Dana 46. 88 Hughes. Donald 46. 71. 129 Hughes. Jeff 25. 60. 69. 66. 95. 120 Hughes. Mark 57. 68. 81. 91. 86 Hughes. Toni 41. 109 Hughes. Tony 46. 117 Hughes. Tracy 66 Hughes, Sheryl 25, 20. 102 Humel, Joseph 25. 30. 55. 101. 102. 120, 124. 168. 121 Humphries. Delay 41 Hunt. Paula 49 Hunter. Richard 25 Hunter. Tammy 25 Hurd. Marty 34 Hurd. Steve 41 Ice. Brenda 41 Idlewine. David Idlewine, Herman 46 Idlewine. Jackie 41 Israel, Amy 46. 49. 102. 106. 115. 117 Israel. Keith 25. 30, 106. 120. 132 Jackman. Christy 34 Jackman, Gregory 46. 71 Jackson. Danny 34. 119 Jackson. Diana 46. 108 Jackson. Jennifer 34 Jackson. Steve 41 Jackson, Treva 46 Jackson. William 46 Jaramillo. Augustin 46 Jaramillo. Irma Lupe 46 Jaramillo. Marisela 41 Jarvis. Marshall 35 Jeczawitz. Claudia 25. 111. 83 Jeske. Joe 35. 120 Johns. Susie 46. 109. 88 Johnson. Sharon 57 Jones. Amy 35. 74. 108. 93. 89. 95. 82. 120. 121. 88 Jones. Charles 41 Jones. Jay 94 Jones, Jeff 25 Jones. Jeffery 46. 109 Jones. Mark 46 Jones, Paul 91 Jones, Ward 35 Jordan. Kelly 46. 83. 105. 118 Junior. Brenda 25 Kaiser. Lori 41. 95. 109. 89. 88 Kaiser. Sandra 25. 74. 95. 120. 121 Kelich. David 2. 35 Kelich. John 127. 120 Kelich. Mark 41 Kelich. Patricia 46. 115. 118 Kelich. Rosie 41. 75. 118. 84. 95 Kelich. Stephanie 46. 102. 108. 109 Kelich. Thomas Jerome 26. 68. 95. 131 Keller, Kathy 41. 107 Kelly. J.C. 41 Kelly. Kathy 26 164Kelly. Lisa 41 Kelly. Billy 35 Kelly. Randy 26. 121 Kelly. Ray Ellen 41. 75. 118 Kelly. Steven 46 Kendall. Jodi 46. 120 Kendall. Rick 35 Kendall. Teresa 35. 113. 108. 107 Kendall. Troy 46. 71. 49. 108 Kiefer, Nicholas 46. 130 Kilgore. Dennis 31 Kilgore. Janet 57 Killian. Steve 35 Kinder. Shirley 57 King. Kevin 26 King. Randall 46 Kiphart. J. 54 Kline. Shawn 47. 78. 106 Kleyla. Jane 47. 82. 83m, 106 Kleyla. Judy 41. 109. 95. 83 Knapp. Karen 35. 125. 108. 104. 102. 101. 122. 123, 121 Knotts. Brian 94 Knotts. Kevin 47. 78. 108. 120 Kolias. John 47. 109. 123. 117 Kolias. Vickie 26. 30. 109. 120 Kupisch. Arthur 55 Lacy. Treasa 35 Landrum. John 41. 95. 66 Landrum, Kevin 35. 66. 68. 120 Lane. Lisa 35 Lane. Mike 47 Lane. Mike 47 Lane. Paul 41 Langley. Craig 26. 28. 102. 168 Langley. Jody 47. 102 Lashure. Andy 4 Lashure, Bryan 47 Lashure. Kurt 35 Lashure. Rob 41 Lashure. Trent 41 Lawson. Kim 47. 106. 107, 117 Leakey. Kelly 41. 83. 120 Leavell. Emily 54 Leavell. Scott 41. 72 Leavell. Stormi 47 Leavitt. Charles 26 Leavitt. Cindy 47. 109, 89. 88 Lee. Don 47. 71 Lee. Elaine 26 Leeson. Andrew 26 Leever. Greg 35. 94. 76. 123 LeForce. Randy 47. 120L Leicht. Christine 26 Leicht, Gloria 46. 47. 114. 120. 89. 88 Leicht. Marla 35. 95. 89. 88 Leisure. Deborah 26 Leisure. Don 59 Leisure. Jack 41. 79 Leisure. Marty 35 Leisure. Shellie 41. 104. 102 Leonard. Sandy 41. 109. 117 Leopke, Don 47. 71 Lewellen. Bob 47. 71 Lewis. Delbert 54 Linder. Gary 58 Logan. James 41 Logan. Lynn 35 Long. Leslie 26. 23. 20. 30. 74. 82. 121 Longerbone. Sue 35. 115 Longnecker. Bev 14 Longnecker. Judy 41 Longnecker, Lisa 26. 114 Loser. David 35 Loser. Jeff 35 Lucas. Marilyn 58 Luse. Debbie 41. 107 Luse. Tom 35. 117 Luyet, Tim 47 Lynas. Pam 35. 108 Lyons. Mona 47 Lyons. Rebecca 35 Maish, Lisa 35. 118. 108 Maish. Mike 47 Maish. Tracey 47 Maley. Joe 47. 78 Maley. Kim 35. 118. 108 Maley. Tom 35. 117. 121 Mannies. Junior 58. 95. 81. 76 Marcum, Frank 42 Marley. Dan 42. 68 Marrow. Deborah 27 Martin, Annette 42 Martin. Donna 47 Martin. Lisa 47 Massey. Jeff 35. 122. 121 Mason. Don 91 Mathys. Beth 42. 104. 109. 102 Mathys. Mark 27. 68 Mathys. W. 54 May. Regie 35. 68. 121. 86. 87 Mays. Jodi 47. 82. 83. 108, 88 McCartney. Rhonda 41. 102. 120. 117 McCarty. Walter 35 McClelland. Kecia 47. 49. 75. 120 McClintock. Randy 41 McClish, Larry 41 McClish. Tim 35 McCorkle. Seth 47. 78 McCorkle. Shaun 41 McCormick. Alice 47 McDaniel. Laura 47. 102 McDermit, Christina 19. 26. 85. 95. 101. 108. 125 McDermit. Linda 75. 84. 101. 108. 117. 120 McElfresh, Tammy 42 McGuire, Dawn 35 McIntyre. Lisa 47. 108 McKinley. Darlene 35. 114, 105 McKinley. Genia 47. 130 McKinley. Larrie 26 McMinn. Rod 27. 30. 108 McPhearson. Allyson 42. 101, 109. 117. 122. 130 McPhearson. Fred 27. 131 McPhearson. Mary 35 McFhearson. George 42. 109 McPhearson. Pam 31 McPhearson. Terry 26. 27. 68. 91. 95. 168. 107 McPhearson. Trent 27 McQuitty. Anna Mae 58. 168 McQuitty. Cheryl 42. 92. 93. 19. 108. 82. 195 McQuitty. Darrell 58. 72. 81 McQuitty. Jerri 106. 107. 109. 120, 130 McQuitty. Marcia 27, 93 Mead. Jackie 42 Melton. Debbie 47 Melvin. Cathy 93 Melvin. Kevin 27. 68. 95. 101 Melvin. Marian 35. 74. 82. 83. 95. 108. 120. 121. 89. 88 Melvin. Ted 47. 71. 120 Mengelt. Tim 94. 95 Merritt. Raeanna 58. 168. 121 Meschke. Cathy 35. 74. 84. 95. 109. 112. 120. 123 Meschke. Tim 27. 30, 66. 68. 76. 77, 95. 120 Metz. Helen 47. 108 Middleton. David 49. 54 Miller. Brett 47. 101. 122. 125 Miller. Cheryl 42 Miller. Dana 47 Miller. Lonnie 47. 115 Mills. Steve 47 Minmear, Janice 27. 118 Minniear. Mike 42. 117 Mitchell. Ken 47 Mitchell. Nancy 22. 118 Mitchell. Sherry 47. 108 Mize. Gale 47. 108 Molden. Bill 35 Molden. Dean 42 Molden. Debbie 47. 75. 85. 106. 107 Monahan. Carla 47. 102 Monahan. Marla 47. 102 Montcastle. Joni 48 Moody. Barry 47. 78. 120 Moore. John 42. 102. 108. 117. 119 Moore. Nancy 35. 125. 121 Moore. Robert 58 Morgan. Charlie 68. 102. 109. 86 Morgan. Fred 35 Morgan. George 61 Morgan. Keith 68. 95. 120. 89 Morgan. Phil 36. 68. 95. 109. 89 Morris. Andrea 48. 102. 108. 117. 130 165Morris. Chip 42, 78. 108. 117. 120 Morris. Kenny 48 Morris. Lisa 42 Morris. Peggy 48 Morris. Richard 71 Morris. Robin 48. 118 Morris. Tammy 27. 125. 108. 101, 120. 117. 121 Morris, Terry 48. 22. 71. 78 Mowell. Ricky 36 Mull. Mark 36 Munns. Gail 42 Murphy. Greg 36 Murray, Harold 48 Musselman. Steve 42. 102 Nance. Dodi 42, 108, 84 Nance. Todd 48. 86 Nickles. Angella 48. 115. 108 Nichols. Shaun 22 Nichols. Sheri 48 Nichols. Ted 27. 78 Nichols. Todd 48. 71, 49 Noble. Pam 42 Noble. Vance 36 Noone. Mike 36 Nuding. Lisa 36. 129 Oakes. Nancy 58 Odom. Charlotte 61 Ogle. Debbie 42 Ozenbaugh. Tammy 36. 109 Pace. Ron 48 Pantos. Mildred 61 Pappas. Marina 27. 109. 82 Pappas. Tula 14 Parker, Christy 36. 119 Parker. Dean 28, 20 Parker, Janet 48. 108 Parker. Jeff 36 Parker. Terri 28. 30. 124. 125. 108. 101. 122. 120. 121 Parker. Terry 36. 19. 72. 95 Patrick. Bill 48 Pattison, Kevin 36 Payne. Sherry 42 Peace. Gary 22 Pearson. Brian 36 Pearson. Jim 36. 76. 79. 127 Peeper. Rachel 61 Pelletrino. Dera 48 Pelletrino, Steve 42. 79. 120 Penn. Lisa 48 Perez. Angie 42 Personette, Linda 58, 74, 81, 84. 85. 95 Pete. Mike 42 Peterson. Paula 48. 121 Peting. David 36 Peting. Steve 126 Pettit. Steve 36. 73. 91. 121 Phenis. Mike 36. 66. 121 Phillips. John 36 Phillips. Marcia 42. 83. 109. 117. 119 Phillips. Steve 28. 68 Piirto. Mary 21. 28. 101. 108. 125. 121 Plake. Don 61 Plue. Robin 48. 108. 118 Plue, Ron 36 Ponder. Betty 42. 101, 109 Ponder. Georgeanna 48. 101. 109 Poole, Mary 61 Poor. Steve 36. 76. 94. 95. 108. 121 Poore. Morris 48 Poynter. Julie 28 Pratt. Rick 48 Prieshoff. Anne 36 Prieshoff. Dan 58. 68. 71. 81. 91 Prieshoff. Theresa 28. 30. 108. 120, 125 Priest. Lynn 48. 102 Pritchard, Gwen 28 Prus. Deb 28 Prus. Robert 28 Puterbaugh. Carol 36. 102, 117 Raines. Candy 42 Ramey. Lori 42 Ramirez, Max 61 Ray. Marty 48. 102 Ray. Nick 42. 68. 102. 109. 117 Ray. Sandi 36 Ray. Sonny 91 Rayshich. Daniel 59 Rebuck. Dan 42, 120 Rebuck. Kelly 42 Rebuck. Leslie 3. 36. 102. 104. 108. 132 Rector. Rick 42 Reeves. Ken 36 Retherford. Dale 36 Reynolds. Brad 48, 71. 78 Reynolds. Steve 36. 107 Rice. Matt 42. 106. 107 Rich. Jeff 36. 121 Richards. Dave 48. 71. 106 Richardson. Bruce 28 Riley. Kevin 42. 108. 109. 86 Riser. Ronnie 48 Rittenhouse. Danny 28. 95 Rittenhouse. Karen 36 Rittenhouse. Sara 42 Rittenhouse. Tina 19. 29. 30. 101, 102. 108. 117. 120. 125. 121. 132 Ritter. Melanie 29. 102 Roberson. Chuck 42 Roberson. Cindy 42. 114 Roberson. Steve 42 Robertson. Barbara 42. 102, 104, 108 Robertson. Michael 31. 108. 115 Robertson. Theresa 29. 102 Robinson. Lorrie 48. 108 Robinson. Mark 48. 71 Robinson. Michelle 48 Roby. Beth 48. 49. 108 Rodriquez. Maggie 48 Rodriquez, Ramon 48 Roe. Mike 42 Roe. Lu Anne 14 Roe. Tom 42. 79 Rogers. Mark 36 Rogers. Mary 42 Rogers. Roxana 42 Roland. Larry 36 Romine. Lora 48 Romine. Penny 48 Rominger. Jeff 48. 78 Rominger, Mark 36. 107 Rominger, Richard 48. 125, 109. 105 Rowland. Roger 29 Rubush. Kevin 36. 117. 168. 132 Rumler. Tim 42. 66 Runyan. Chris 48 Runyan. Ronald 68 Runyan. Shelley 42. 118, 108 Runyan. Stacy 48. 109. 102 Saldana. Nate 36 Sallee. Bob 48 Savage. Lisa 29. 114 Savage. Steve 61 Schimmel, Cindra 36 Schimmel. Larry 48 Schmidt. Edward 59 Scholl. Lee Ed 29 Scholl. Lisa 43 Schwear. Naomi 59. 114 Scircle. John 43. 72. 108. 102 Scott. Debbie 43. 102 Scott. Dennis 43. 68 Scott. Gerald 36. 68 Scott. Jim 43 Seright. Amy 29. 125. 118. 109. 121. 101. 83. 120 Shallenberger. Jon 43 Shallenberger. Paul 37, 68. 95. 86 Shannon. Linda 43 Shannon. Robert 22 Shawhan. Cheryl 3. 37. 91. 106. 132 Shawhan, Earl 48 Sheets. Chris 22. 127 Sheffield, Lyle 59 Sheffield. Peggy 37. 114. 118 Shelton. Sue 48. 10. 5 Shepard. Delaina 37. 118 Sherman. Steve 43 Shrock. Pat 48 Shull. Dean 37. 102 Shull. Rick 48. 71 Silvey. Rhonda 43 Simmons. Benny 48 Simmons. Melanie 93 Simpson. Tammy 43 Simpson. Tina 37 Singer. Becky 29 Singer. Rick 8 Singer, Ron 43Singer. Teresa 29 Sizelove. Amy 29. 101. 120. 125. 121 Sizelove. Brian 48 Sizelove. Laura 43. 75. 107. 109. 95. 120 Sizelove. Shawn 43. 101. 107 Sizelove. Walter 48. 115. 109. 105 Skalkotas. Demetrious 43. 120 Skeen. Cindy 43 Skoczylas. Denise 43. 68 Skoczylas. Dennis 37. 86 Slate. Dean 29. 68. 91. 95 Slate. Mel 49 Small. Rex 37. 68. 86 Smith. Aimee 37. 119. 104. 102. 120 Smith. Andy 37 Smith. Billy 49 Smith. Bill 37. 101. 131. 132 Smith. Connie 29 Smith. David 49. 119 Smith. Greg 37 Smith. Jodi 49 Smith. Marty 43 Smith. Susan 37 So. Beth 49. 109. 83. 118. 88 Solvern. Tina 49. 118, 108. 83 Spearman. Gary 43 Spearman. Kim 43. 115 Stafford. Susan 43. 130. 115. 109. 122. 117 Stage. Kathy 37. 118. 131. 120 Stage. Marty 49 Stage. Mike 29 Stainbrook. Dena 29. 28. 121 Standridge. James 30. 31. 131 Standridge. Shelly 49. 106 Stansberry. Dave 43 Starkey. Betty 59. 121 Stephens. Karen 43 Stevens. Julie 83 Stevens. Regina 43 Stewart. David 31 Stewart. Jean 61 Stewart. Jeame 75. 83. 82 Stewart. Matt 49 Stewart. Scott 30 Stickler. Sheryl 37 Stone. Jody 30 . Stout. Bob Stout. Dennis 30 Stout. Patti 49 Stout. Sarah 37 Stratton. Randy 30. 68. 91, 95, 129 Strong. Janice 49. 108 Strund, Laura 43 Stutzman. Patricia 30. 105, 102 Sullivan. Becky 37 Sullivan. Blair 52. 53. 54 Sullivan. Joanne 59. 168 Summers. Michael 30. 68. 91. 95. 120, 128 Swartz. Lee 37. 104. 118 Swinford. Judy 30 Talley. John 37. 73. 76. 77. 95 Talley. Phil 43. 79. 109 Tam. Douglas 30 Taylor. Barbara 30 Taylor. Melodi 37. 101. 109, 117 Taylor. Teresa 30 Taylor, Troy 71. 119 Tharp. Aimee 49. 109. 115 Tharp. Robbie 37. 73. 91. 126 Thornberry. Jerri 49. 102. 108 Thornberry. Lisa 49. 104, 102. 108 Thornberry. Marilyn 54 Thornberry. Norma 93 Tillman. Trent 30 Todd. Terry 37 Tolle, Elvona 59. 114 Tontisakis, Anthony 31. Ill Tomilinson, Myra 43 Tomlinson. Toni 49 Toney. Dave 43. 102. 103 Toney. George 37. 104, 102 Toney. Jenny 49. 102 Towe. Lora 43 Townsend. Marty 43 Townsend. Mike 37 Troutman, Brian 37. 107 Tunnell. Bart 37 Tunnell. Bret 37 Tunnell. Cathy 49 Turner. Lisa 37. 118, 127 Turner, Paula 43. 102, 104 Twiford. Ed 49. 71 Tyner. Brett 37. 120 Tyner. Christi 49. 106. 120 Tyner. Mary 49. 101. 109. 115, 117, 130 Tyner. Sam 91 Updegraff. Linda 22 VanBuskirk, Joni 43. 102. 104. 108, 88 VanNess, Andrea 37 VanWagner. June 54 Vest. Jeff 37. 66. 112 Vinson. Mark 43. 68. 95. 79 Walker. Bob 43. 68. 79. 91. 95 Wallace. Jim 127 Warner. Tony 43. 120 Watson. Earl 59 Watson. Patricia 49. 75. 106. 115. 117 Watt. Steve 126 Waymire. Laura 43. 109. 120 Weaver. Larry 43. 72, 79. 94. 95. 108 Webb. Penny 43. 102 Welch. Mary 43 Welker. Roberta 59 Wells. Marisa 43 Wells. Marla 43. 118 Wells. Marty 68. 95. 108 Wells. Tawny 30 Werline. Grace 61 West. Joe 49. 78 Wheeler. Cindy 30. 118 Whetsel. Mike 37 Whetsel. Patty 49. 82. 120 Whisler. Art 43 Whisler. Don 37 Whisler. Jamie 43. 104. 108, 102 Whisler. Nina 37. 68 Whisler, Robert 37 Whisler. Roland 37. 91. 127 White. Cynthia 31. 120 Whitehead. Kevin 38. 101 Whitehead. Steve 43. 68. 101, 102. 109, 130 Whitman. David 31 Wiand. Jeff 43. 91. 95 Wiand. Ronald 31 Wideman, Tony 38. 131 Wilhoite. Deena 38 Wilhoite. Sandra 38 Wilhoite. Thomas 31 Williams. Gary 49 Williams. George 59 Williams. Kevin 38. 120 Williams. Kim 43. 101. 118 Williams. Michael 31. 109. 131 Williams. Pam 49. 102. 108, 114. 117 Williams. Penny 43. 117 Williams. Teresa 31. 114 Williams. Tom 49 Willingham. Debbie 38. 119. 108 Wills. Angela 31. 131 Wills. Diana 49. 109. 106 Wilson. Bonnie 43 Wilson. Joe 38 Wilson. Michele 49 Wilson. Pat 38. 68 Wines. Marcy 49 Wingard. Brian 49 Wire. Martin 31 Wisner. Teresa 38 Wittebort, Larry 49 Wittebort. Tracy 38 Wittkamper. Darrell 49. 102 Wood. Matt 43. 79 Woodruff. Robert 59 Woodrum, Bob 43 Woodrum. Cheryl 43 Wright. Robin 66. 67 Wright. Patricia 31. 125. 108 Yates. Barbara 59. 81. 93. 88. 89 Yohe. Sandra 38 Zink. Paul 43. 68 167wr We the 1979 Crescent staff started the year with a lot of high hopes and ideas. As the year went on, we found out how much work and time go into making this book each year. We have tried to invision a year in which many of our memories began and have continually grown, fed by each friend and watered with our own tears. Happily we remember these events, sadly we accept their ending. We only hope that each person finds his memories reflected and kept within each page of this year’s Crescent. We would like to thank the following businesses and people for helping us with pictures and other problems through the year. 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