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What is one thing found in Elwood that you can't find anywhere else? Why the “L”, of course! The L is the center of activity for many students, but other numerous symbols mark this city as Elwood — the Wilkie Memorial, the water tower lettered EIAVOOD PANTHERS, and a wide variety of other signs and buildings, including the high school, that make Elwood the place to be.EL-WOOD, INDIANA
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PANTHERHomecoming Queen Candidates and their escorts are, left to right, Dan Heiser and Stephanie Collis, Terry McPhearson and Cindy Aaron, Kevin Melvin and Marian Melvin, David Helm and Teresa Kendall.
Homecoming '79 was a colorful medley of well-built floats, young ladies competing for the homecoming crown, the Mighty Marching Panther Band, a brilliant bon-fire. a powder puff football game, and the climax of all was a homecoming victory for the Panther grid men against the Tipton Bluedevils. "Games Panthers Play was the perfect theme for this ’79 homecoming because 14-0 was a well-fought and well-deserved win. A loyal crowd under umbrellas, blankets, and plastics stayed to cheer Elwood on this rainy dav of October 6.
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1. “Half Past Three,” consisting of Kim Baker, Julie Helpling, Karen Knapp and accompanied by Jo Shlegel sing for us, “I Can’t Sing Purty”. 2. Tina Rittenhouse and Joe Humel were the M.C.’s for the evening. 3. It’s the Fruit of the Loom Guys with Larry Goodnight. Mick Helpling, Craig Langley, and Darrell Wittkamper. 4. Tammy Ozenbaugh gracefully dances to “Moon River.”
0w on the road...1. The Panther Band provides the audience with a variety of music. 2. Charles Haskett is caught practicing for the big show. 3. The skit “Gidget’s Disease” starred Amy Seright, Amy Sizelove. and Kim Edens. 4. The majorettes perform to “The Wiz” one of their many dance routines.
The road to Rome was the setting of prom night when the Class of 1980 presented ... “Three Coins In a Fountain” in the high school cafetor-ium, May 19. Dedicated to the Class of ’79, the dance was decorated in the style of ancient Rome.
Columns were arranged like porches and patios with a green hedge which outlined the dance floor. Highlighting the fountain were blue and lavender strips of cloth which hung from the ceiling surrounded by silver glittery stars.
The highpoint of the evening was the crowning of Tim Meschke and Marina Pappas as Prom King Queen 1979.
1. The 1979 Prom Court front row, left to right, Colleen Adams, Amy Sizelove, Queen Marina Pappas, Teresa Prieshoff, and Amy Hembree; hack row, left to right, Greg Champion, Mark Copeland, King Tim Meschke, Randy Stratton, and Tim Mengelt.
2. Aimiee Tharp and Julie Headley were kept busy serving punch and cookies.
121. Dressed in the Homan theme, Kevin Bogard, Kevin Knotts, and Mick Helpling wait to help with the serving. 2. Enjoying the atmosphere of the evening are Barb Burns and Keith Israel. 3. Dancing to the music of Stillwater Creek, everyone seems to be enjoying themselves. 4. Students take time out from dancing to enjoy some refreshments and conversation with friends.
13ROAD TO THE FUTURE
May 24 the Senior Class of 1979 started on the road to the future. Graduation day was a very exciting day for these students. They had plans to make for their future.
President Keith Israel spoke about the class activities during their four years of high school. Greg Champion, vice president, introduced the speaker Reverend George Jackson, who presented a challenge to the graduates.
Good luck to the class of ’79 as they move down the road of life.
141. Keith Israel, Senior Class president, speaks about the class’ past activities. 2. Graduates prepare to take the first steps to their future. 3. Leslie Long shows the emotion that everyone felt. 4. Mark Mathys and Kevin Melvin look on as Tim Men-gelt displays his diploma proudly, 5. Students await their turn for diplomas. 6. Claudia Jeczawitz, German foreign exchange student, cries for she knows this may he the last time she sees some of her friends. 7. Marina Pappas leans on Dean Parker’s shoulder to shed a few tears.on the jgp road f to new horizons...Along this road we’ll find...
Look out world — here comes the Class of 1980 on the roads of time! Being individuals, early in life the class was united as they worked on their freshman float “Fat Albert” (boy, was he fat)! Along came 1977 and we, the sophomore class, followed the tradition by selling candy. Toward the end of the year we were joined together to become upperclassmen.
As the summer flew by our junior year was soon upon us, and we were planning for a very busy year. Most of our time was spent raising money for the main event — Junior-Senior Prom. Held for the first time in the cafetorium, our prom “Three Coins In A Fountain” was a big success.
During our senior year we realized the decisions that we make will affect our future. So we decided to make our senior year a year to remember. We started out the year with picnics, parties and banded together to win the spirit stick and float competition during Homecoming.
And with graduation drawing nearer, we are coming to another turning point in our lives. As we recall all the memories from ECHS, we want the world to know that we are ready to accept the challenge of the future ahead of us.
Cynthia Darlene Bernadine A. Kathryn Ann Lisa Marie Richard Mark
Aaron Altherr Amick Anderson Anderson
Brenda Kay Jon Allen Wesley Eugene Laurie Ann Barbara Ellen
Hickel Biddle Bogard Brown Bums
18Sonya Darlene Casto
Gail Jeanne Chafin
Kevin Ray Rita Kay Mark Allen John Chester Glen Arthur
Clark Clark Clemons Clingaman Cole
Rodney Joseph Stephanie Ann Jennifer Kay James Joseph John Kevin
C ollins Collis C ompton Conner Connors
C hristina Jill
Leslie Ann Kelly Lynn Tamera Irene Say hello to the real David Groover:
Courtney Cox Cress new challenges- -
Fenny Lynn Trim
Davy C rockett
Michelle Robinson Curtsinger
Melody Rose Katherine Marie Carolyn Faye
Cutsinger Dame Davis
Nathaniel Edward Dunnichay
Timothy Russell Durm
Sharon Francis Davis
Lisa Francene Dudley
Carolyn Suzanne Davis
Jeffrey Scott Davis
Phillip Edward Davis
Julie Helpling reaches “new heights” as she experiences something new —
Scott Thomas Easley
Dorothy Louise Fanning
Kirby Edward Fern
Lowell Trenton Fern
Steven Jay Fernung
Rebecca Jo Fettig
Stella Mae Fisher
Richard Warren Florea
Jane Marie Frazee
Jim Richard Fred
Kristofer Doby Fryecollege?
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Lori Ann Mike Duane Anite Louise Troy Lee Brian Kent
Gaddis Garcia Gardner Garrison Giselbach
Kathleen Lynn Goodwin
Christopher Allan Green
Patrick James Green
Thomas John Grondin
David Allen GrooverJohn Mark Rick Scott Cheryl Ann Melody Kay Carolyn Jo
Hahn Hancher Hanshew Hanshew Harris
Kenneth Ray Monte Joe Tina Leann Robyn Lyn Chris Marie
Harris Harris Harvey Head Headley
David William Helm
Julia Marie Helpling
Jo Ann Hinds
Aimee Louise Hittle
Ernest Lee Hoel
Kenny Allen Hofer
Danny Jo Holmes, Jr.
Matthew Aaron Hoose
Marlene Kay Hubbart
Renee Lynn HuffmanJennifer Lynn Jackson
Lena M. Jyrland
John Wayne Kelich
Amy Jolene Jones
Karen Jean Knapp
Richard Allen Kendall
Stephen Mark Killian
Teresa Ann KendallMarla Jo Martin Charles Loretta Lynn David Scott Jeff Donald
Leicht o Leisure Logan Loser looser
Barbara Ann Tom W. Pamela Jean Walter I awrence Timothy Alan
Lowder Luse Lynas McCarty McClish
Darlene Kay McKinley
Mary Raynetta McPhearsona career?
Lisa Marie Kimberly Kae Toni Kay Jeffery Dewayne Regie Rhett
Maish Maley Maley Massey May
Marian Louise Catherine Lynn
Nancy Rae Moore
Phillip Mark Morgan
Ricky Allen Mowell
Mark Timothy Mull
Gregory Merle MurphyVance Allen Noble
Michael John Noone
Lisa Jo Tamara Kay Christene Kay Kevin Lee James Allen
Nuding Ozenbatigh Parker Pattison Pearson
David Arthur Steven Duane Michael Todd Johnny Ray Steven Robert
Peting Petit Phenis Phillips Poor
Anne Louise Carol Jean Leslie Marie Kenny William
Prieshoff Puterbaugh Rebuck Reeves
Dale Allen Stephen Michael Jeffrey Owen Karen Lynn
Retherford Reynolds Rich Rittenhouse
Mark Allen Kevin Mark Natividad Tanna Longerbone Cindra Faye
Rominger Rubush Saldana Sanders Schimmel
Cheryl Joann Shawhan
Peggy Lee Sheffield
•xncesDelania Renee Shepard
Tina Lynn Simpson
Dean Howard Shull
Dennis William Skoczylas
Rex Scott Small
Aimee Marie Smith
Andrew Loyd Smith
Susan Elaine Smith
William Arthur Smith, Jr.
Gregory Lee Smith
Kathryn Ann Stage
Sheryl Lee Stickler
Rebecca Sue Sullivan
Lee Ellen Swartz
Melodi Ann Tayloron your own...
Mike Phenis is “on his own” in the library as he plays Robert Charles Leslie Terry George Marvin
dress-up with Mr. Statue. Tharp Todd Toney
Mike Scott Mary Lou Lisa Kay Brett Graziano Linda Sue
Townsend Tracey Turner Tyner Updegraff
Andrea Jane VanNess
Jeffery Dean Vest
Don Earl Watson
William Martin Wells
Jessica Ruth West
Michael David Whetsel
Donald Francis Whisler
Nina Jane Whisler
Roland Ray Whisler
to a new future.
Tony Tyler Deena Marie Sandra Baugher Kevin Eugene Debbie Ann
Wideman Wilhoite Wilhoite Williams Willingham
Joe Franklin Wilson
Patrick Joseph Wilson
Teresa Lynn Wisner
Sandra Dee Yohe
We have many memories Collected from past years.
We think about you often And shed many tears.
We often see your picture And think about the past.
You’re in our hearts And always with us,
And the memories of you will last
Class of ’80
Not pictured: Bruce Brewer, Dana Campbell, Dallas Corbett, Jim Cornwell, Robin Cox, Troy Doan, Shawn Faulstich, John Finnerty, Mike Green, Autumn Haas, Susan Hobbs, David Kelich, Tammy Noble, George Nuna-maker, Gary Peace, Dean Pinkleton, Williams Pipkins, Sandi Ray, Mary Rittenhouse, Brian Troutman, Chris Warner, Robert Whisler.Senior class steering committee, left to right, first row, Wes Bogard, treasurer; Phil Morgan, president; Rich Florea. back row, Steve Poor, David Helm, Marian Melvin, vice-president; Jessica West, Melodi Taylor, Regie May, Kevin Landrum, senior class adivsor Mr. Brown. Not pictured: Cindy Aaron, Brenda Barrett, Jenny Compton, Jeff Davis, Lori Gaddis, Julie Helpling, Cathy Meschke, Bill Smith, Tammy Ozenbaugh, secretary; Marty Wells.Elisa Abner
Jeff Boruff Ken Boyer Mark Boyer
Tracy Bradburn Donna Brawl Kirk Brenner
Gary Boy land Margaret Bozell
Tim Brittingham Jeff Bryan
This year has been quite a busy year for the juniors. Earning money for the prom is the main goal, and they’ve been doing a good job.
Heading the Junior Class are four very good leaders: President Keith Morgan, Vice President Steve Pelle-trino, Secretary Judy Kleyla, and Treasurer Lori Kaiser. They see to it that the money making projects are a success.
The class placed second in the Homecoming float competition. This fine Junior Class will be filling the shoes of a great Senior Class. We’re sure they will do a good job.
Kim Bryan Pam Buis Mike Burdsall Lori Buster Beverly Butcher Starlene Cahill
Sara Carey Angie Carron Diana Carter Jack Casto Jeff Castor David Champion
Debbie Collins Jack Conner John Conners Jeff Cotton John Cox Mark Craney
George Dauenhauer Tony Dauenhauer Angie DePaolo Todd Diehl Todd Downham Cliff Dudley
Kim Edens Paulette Elsworth Mike Erdman Brian Fanning Laurie Faucett Joy Galbreath
Rosemary Galbreath Alan Gerth Monte Gill Larry Goodknight Mike Granger Tonicay Green
Sherry Gross Ann Haas Ken Hampton Joe Harrell Danny Harris Mary Harris
Julie Harting Scott Hasecuster Lois Hawkins Gloria Hayward Kara Heaton Karen Helpling
Randy Hoel Ann Hoffman Penny Holtsclaw Doug Hook Tony Hoppenrath Gena Howell
Kelly Hudson Toni Hughes Steve Hurd Brenda Ice David Idlewine Marcia Jaramillo
Harold Jarvis 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 Trent LaShure Kelly Leakey Scott Lea veil
J.R. Leisure Shellie Leisure Sandy Leonard Ray Lewis
Jim Logan Judy Longnecker Debbie Luse Shaun McCorkle
Linda McDermit Tammy McElfresh A Hyson McPhearson Sam McPhearson
Cheryl McQuitty Frank Marcrum Dan Mar ley Scott Maasie
Beth Mathys Cheryl Miller Dean Molden John Moore
Charlie Morgan Keith Morgan Chip Morris Lisa Morris Steve Musselman Dodi Nance
Bonnie Noble Pam Noble Steve Pelletrino Angie Perez Marcia Phillips Betty Ponder
Candy Raines Lori Ramey Nick Ray Dan Rebuck Kelly Rebuck Rick Rector
Matt Rice Kevin Riley Sara Rittenhouse Barbara Robertson Chuck Robertson Dean Roe
37Mike Roe Tom Roe Mary Ann Rogers Roxie Rogers Tim Rumler Shelley Runyan
Lisa Scholl John Scircle Debbie Scott Dennis Scott Jim Scott Jon Shallenberger
Jon Shepherd Steve Sherman Rhonda Silvey Tammy Simpson Ron Singer Laura Sizelove
Shawn Sizelove Cindy Skeen Denise Skoczylas Marty Smith Kim Spearman Susie Stafford
David Stansberry Greg Starr Karen Stephens Regina Stephens Julie Stevens Jeannie Stewart
Laura Strunk Phil Talley Myra Tomlinson David Toney Laura Towe Marty Townsend
Paula Turner Joni VanBuskirk Mark Vinson Bobby Walker Tony Warner Laura Waymire
Larry Weaver Penny Webb Marisa Wells Marla Wells Art Whisler Jamie Whisler
38Not pictured: Rodney Clark, Bill Cornwell, Tony Galbreath, Jack Gordon, Dan Hughes, Lorina Hutchins, Randy McClintock, Larry McClish, George McPhearson, Dean Molden, Sherry Payne, Larry Roland, Billy Romine, Chris Warner. Jeff Wiand.
Kim Williams Penny Williams Bonnie Wilson Matt Wood Cheryl Wood rum Robert Woodrum
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Junior steering committee, left to right, back, Chip Morris, Matt Wood, Steve Pelletrino, Kirk Brenner, Karen Helpling; front, Miss Vicki Coston, sponsor, Kevin Riley, Tammie Baker, Jamie Whisler, Sara Rittenhouse.
39Darrell Abbott Todd Anderson Ron Arnold Jeff Baker Barbara Baldwin
William Bannon Craig Baugher Bonnie Beeman Margaret Beeman
Brenda Bennett Deeann Bennett Seth Bickel
Tracey Blackford Lisa Blakley Kevin Bogard
Myra Boggs Kim Boston Maria Bourff
Larry Brooks Daniel Brown Jennifer Browning
David Bunch Tammy Bunch Amy Burnette Cindy Campbell
John Cannon Dena Capps Margaret Caplinger John Carmer Mark Carpenter
40Dean Collins Leslie Coston Tina Cox Todd Creech Bill Cress Helena Crull
Jeff Cummins Andy Davis Rhonda Davis Toby Diehl Mitch Dowler Debbie Elmore
Lynette Etchison Tim Everling Wayne Everling Chris Farley Danny Faucett Charles Fernung
Joanna Fesler Cathy Fettig Eric Fettig Tim Finan Carol Fred Anita Gardner
Rich Gardner Butch Garner Lori Garrison Sherry Gibson Brad Gillum Christina Goens
Hannah Goforth Ron Goins Penny Gosnell Kim Greenlee Tyron Gregg Randy Gregory
Julie Grondin Angela Gross Dave Haas Jennifer Harting Robert Harrison Patricia Haynes
Tammy Casto Karen Chafton Sherri Chafton Thomas Clark David Cleaver Richard Cline
41Phyllis Hayward Julie Headley Mick Helpling Donna High Dean Hoffer Melody Holiday
Brad Hook Jill Hoose Angela Howerton Rae Ann Huffman Dana Hughes Donnie Hughes
Herman Idlewine Amy Israel
Greg Jackman Bill Jackson
Diana Jackson Treva Jackson
Augustin Jaramillo Irma Jaramillo
Susie Johns Jeff Jones Kelly Jordon Patty Kelich Stephanie Kelich Jody Kendall
Troy Kendall Nick Kiefer Shawn Klein Jane Kleyla Kevin Knotts Mike Lane
42Mike Lane Jody Langley Bryan Lashure Kim Lawson Cindy Leavitt Don Lee
Randy LeForce Gloria Leicht Bob Lewellen Don Loepke Kurt Lewis Bret Luyet
Jeff Luyet Tim Luyet Mona Lyons Kecia McClelland Tonya McCool Seth McCorkle
Laurie McDaniel Lisa McIntyre Jeannie McKinley Jeri McQuitty Mike Maish Tracey Maish
Joe Maley Jodi Mays Debbie Melton Ted Melvin Helen Metz Brett Miller
Dana Miller Steve Mills Sherry Mitchell Gayle Mize Debbie Molden Carla Monahan
Marla Monahan Barry Moody Andrea Morris Peggy Morris Robin Morris Terry’ Morris
Lori Mountcastle Todd Nance Tammy Nash Todd Nichols Angela Nickles Sherri Nickles
43Ron Pace Janet Parker Bill Patrick Brian Pearson
Dera Pelletrino Robin Plue Georgeanna Ponder Morris Poore
Lynn Priest Marty Ray Brad Reynolds David Richards
Ron Riser Michele Robinson Lorrie Robinson Beth Roby
Bill Romine Penny Romine Jeff Rominger Richard Rominger Stacey Runyan Bob Sallee
Larry Schimmel Earl Shawhan Sue Shelton David Shepherd Kecia Short Richard Shull
Rick Singer Brian Sizelove Walter Sizelove Mel Slate Bill Smith Jodi Smith
Beth So Tina Sovern Marty Stage Dana Standridge Matt Stewart Bob Stout
44CLASS OF ’82
Patti Stout Janice Strong Rebekah Tackett Troy Taylor Aimee Tharp Jerri Thornberry
Lisa Thornberry Toni Tomlinson Jennifer Toney Ed Twiford Christi Tyner Mary Ann Tyner
Vonda Warpool Patricia Watson Joe West Patricia Whetsel Gary Williams Pam Williams
Tom Williams Diana Wills Michelle Wilson Marcie Wines Larry Wittebort Darrell Wittkamper
Not pictured: Kerry Bellamy, Mike Dauenhauer, James Emery, Donald Hughes, Brad Hutchins, Stormi Leavell, Kevin McCish, Richard Morris, David Richards, Steve Roberson, Lora Romine, David Smith.
We have a fine Sophomore Class this year. They aren’t the shy little greenies they used to be. Heading the class is President Julie Head-ley, Vice President Jeri McQuitty, Secretary Jane Kleyla, and Treasurer Walter Sizelove.
As a tradition the sophomores sold candy. They plan some more money making projects later on in the year. They did a fine job this year in the homecoming float competition placing third.
Sophomore Steering Committee, left to right, Jeri McQuitty, Kim Boston, Jodi Mays; back, Bobby Lewellen, Julie Headley.Fred Aaron Chris Adams Joe Adams Melissa Altherr Karen Amick Robert Anderson
Dianna Ball Justal Ball Ron Ball David Barnes Jeff Becker Bob Beeman
Robin Blakely Pam Boruff Kim Bradburn Mitzi Bragg Brian Brown Angie Bucci
Rachel Bucci Joseph Burdsall Shawn Burton Phil Caldwell Shelly Caldwell Debbie Capps
Charles Carey Scott Carroll Kenny Carron Mike Carter Robert Caster Jill Casto
Robert Chapman Darrell Clark Dawn Cline Matt Cole Donny Collis Donna Collis
46Well, what can you say about the Freshmen? They come to the school unfamiliar with the building, the rooms, and the people. Yet they always seem to come through with flying colors. We have a great Freshman Class this year. They are very active and alert. They’ve shown us a fine float at homecoming, and although they got fourth, they say they’re gonna get you next year!
They have sold light blubs and are planning more money making projects later on in the year.
This year’s Freshman Class is a truly great class.
Roy Conner Pat Conners Phil Coots Terry Corbett Jane Copher Nancy Coston
Marlene Craney Angela Creamer Becky Cress Angie Crestwood Tina Cutsinger Carol Dailey
Georgia Daleure Jodi Dauenhauer Cecil Davis Denise Deckard James Deckard Rob DeHart
Rod DeHart Ronda DeHart Stephanie Dellinger Doug Doan Rich Dowling Angie Downham
Peggy Dulworth Anita Emery Debbie Erdman Rebecca Etchison James Farr Susan Fettig
Sam Fisher Fred Flowers Loris Foley
47James Fouts Ed Frye Joe Galbreath Wayne Gallapoo Kevin Garcia Andrea Gibson
Kevin Gibson Laura Gill Kevin Gootee Stephanie Grimes Homer Gross Lisa Hahn
Tony Hahn Terrie Hanshew Vicki Hanshew Lesa Harmon Mark Harney Susie Harrell
John Haulk Mark Haulk Brian Haynes Harold Heater Richard Heaton Steve Hembree
Christie Herniak Valerie Hiatt Terry Himmelrick Keith Hobbs Stanna Hodson Stephanie Hofer
Andrea Hoppenrath Cindy Howey Selina Huff Jeff Hughes Kevin Humphrey Bill Hunnicutt
Mark Hunsberger Bill Hunt Charles Idlewine Chris Idlewine Lisa Jackman Joni Jarvis
48Robert Jeske Darin Jolliff Valorie Jones Julie Kaiser Brian Kane L.G. Kelley
Kevin Kelich Chris Klein Angie Knotts Veronica Lane Robert Laster Todd McGuire
Tina McKnight Terri Maddox
Debbie Marcrum Dave Marley
Harold Mason Steve Mays
Amy Meschke Bob Miller Joe Miller Lonnie Miller Ken Mitchell Randall Mitroff
Barb Molden David Molden Ann Morgan Tim Morgan Dwayne Mosbaugh Mark Mundy
Susie Munns Tony Murray Eric Neese Brian Noble Susan Ogden Mary Owens
49Kelly Ozenbaugh Mike Parker Ron Pavan Nancy Payne Sheila Payne Lynn Pedro
Willie Penn Jamie Perez Tom Phillips Debbie Poynter Angie Prestwood Lori Prus
Jim Raines Neal Rebuck Jerry Reeves Julie Rich Kasin Rider Bill Rittenhouse
Barry Ritter Randy Robertson Susan Robertson Darrin Rominger Donna Sallee Tom Sallee
Jim Savage Briam Shallenberger Angie Short Benny Simmons Pam Singer George Skeen
Jim Smith Roger Smith Stephanie Smith Mark Sosbe Charlotte Stewart Eric Stewart
Jeannie Stewart Jim Stickler Jerry Strunk Danny Swinford Tony Taylor Jackie Teachnor
50Evan Theoharris Lisa Trueblood Cathy Tunnell Brian Van Buskirk Richard Welcher Janet Wells
David Werline Pennie Whisler Christy White Jeff Whitinger Sandy Wilburn David Wills
Tina Wilson Angie Wines Mark Worsley Dave Wright Gary Zink Shelly Ball
Not pictured: Jeff Barker, Clarence Bray, Tracie Cornwell, Frances Creamer, Tammy Croy, David Hartman, Catherine Hughes, Eugenia McKinley, Robert Mullins, Michael Parker, Opal Rich, Daniel Smith, Thomas Williams, Brian Wingard.
Seated left to right, Jeff Becker, Tim Morgna, Lois Foley, Pam Bourff, Jeff Hughs; back row, Angie Knotts, Kevin Garcia, Jeff Whitinger, Andrea Hoppenrath, Georgia Daleure, Miss Janet Kilgore, class sponsor. This is the Freshman Class steering committee.
CLASS OF ’83
With today’s problems...
1.) U.N. Security Council? 2.) Here’s to you, Iran! 3.) Wonder how much this candy cane will cost me next year? 4.) We don’t worry about the price of gasoline ... we can’t drive. 5.) Ya’ never know where the Russians will be next. 6.) Is Three-mile Island really three miles long?...who can "take life seriously ?
1.) Hey, it’s cool! 2.) Boy, these un employment lines are long! 3.) After this period, I’m crashin’. 4.) Ameri
mmmwah! 5.) Go for it!
53A NEW ROAD FROM FAR AWAY
Lena Jyrland had a big change to make when she came to the United States. She lived in Skara, Sweden, in her own apartment and came to live with the Fred Tyner family of Elwood. Lena’s hobbies are playing soccer, snow skiing, and traveling. Lena stated that she really liked Elwood’s friendly people and the school spirit at our games and matches.
54Tom Chemnitz came from a fairly large city of Keil, West Germany, to the small city of Elwood. Tom now resides with the Amick family of Elwood. In Germany Tom is a member of a rock band and he enjoys riding bikes, playing soccer and badminton, reading, going to the movies, and many other things. The thing about Elwood that Tom likes the most is the many extracurricular activities.
Mami Kimura from Gifu-City, Japan, came to Elwood and lived with the Fred Tyner family. She enjoys writing letters, being with friends, and cooking. Mami likes meeting people and she feels that the people of Elwood have much to offer and she would like to learn.
55Arthur Kupisch Superintendent
Delbert Lewis Vocational School Director
Jane Davis A.V. Attendant
Gretchen Watson Secretary
George Dudley Asst. Superintendent
Richard Merritt Principal
James Compton Asst. Principal
Earl Watson Asst. Director
Carol Courtney Secretary
Susan Dudley Secretary
Emily Lea veil Secretary
School Board members seated left to right are Robert Abernathy, Marilyn Thornberry; standing. William Mathys, James Cole. James Kiphart.'
The superintendent’s office secretaries are left to right, Barbara Kurtz, Mary Wright, and Jo GlennVirginia Disosway Don Fortner Don Garner Judith Hicks
John Dockery David Hoffman
Charles Faust Betty House
Karen Fettig Diana Garner Charles Haskett Phil Huffman■I
Mark Hughes Sharon Johnson Shirley Kinder Marilyn Lucas
Janet Kilgore Donald Leisure Rhonda Luurtsema
Marla Kincaid Gary Linder Junior ManniesGeorge Ray Daniel Rayshich
David Middleton Robert Moore Linda Personette
Edward Schmidt Naomi SchwearLyle Sheffield Betty Starkey
Mary Tomlinson June Van Wagner Jeff Wallace Roberta W'elker
George Williams Joe Williams
Robert Woodruff Barbara Yates Not Pictured: Harold Williams
Joanne Sullivan Elvona Tolle
workSeated. Glenda Slate, Rachel Peeper, Pam Beeman, Jean Stewart; Standing, Denise Mos-baugh, Kandie Courtney, Martha Bennett, Mildred Pantos, Supervisor, Jean Caldwell, not pictured.
Cooks and Custodians have a very important part in the school day. The Cooks are in charge of preparing our meals and cleaning up after we have eaten. The Custodians keep our halls and rooms clean, neat, and in repair. All these important people do a good job of helping to take care of almost 900 students.
Standing, Mary Poole, Don Plake, Loretta Hittle; up front, Tim Harris, George Morgan, Steve Savage.Members of the team, left to right — Greg Leever, Steve Poor, Larry Weaver, Kirk Brenner, Tim Mengelt, Tony Hoppenrath, John Scircle, and Kevin Knotts.
The Elwood Panther Golf team finished its 1979 season with six wins and nine losses. The group received sixth place in the C.I.C. and twelfth in Sectional. The top three players and their nine hole season averages were Tim Mengelt — 40.2, Steve Poor — 44.5, and Ned Dun-nichay — 46.2.
Picture 1 — Kevin Knotts swings his way out of a trap. Picture 2 — Greg Leever concentrates on a crucial putt. Picture 3 — Steve Poor is caught in the ruff!Elwood E-Women include front row, left to right, Coach Linda Personette, Rosie Kelich, Barb Burns, Lori Kaiser, Stella Fisher, and Coach Barb Yates; row two — Kecia McClelland, Rae Ann Huffman, Trish W'atson, Judy Kleyla, Lisa Anderson; row three — Terri Himmelrick, Julie Kaiser, Stephanie Dellinger, Lynn Huffman, Debbie Molden, Christie Herniak, Debbie Collins; row four — Jody Mays, Penny Gosnell, Kasin Ridor, Amy Jones, Pennie Whisler, Lynn Pedro, Joni Van Buskirk; row five — Cathy Meschke, Elisa Abner, Tobey Diehl, Angie Downham, Maria Bourff, Becky Cress, Jo Hinds; row six — Linda McDermit, Jeri McQuitty, Angie Gross, Cheryl McQuitty, Laura Sizelove, Karen Hel-pling, Marian Melvin, Tammy Alumbaugh.
Elwood E-Men include front row, left to right, Coach Steve Demuth, Phil Morgan, Rich Florea, Steve Poor, Marty Wells, and Coach Junior Mannies; row two — John Talley, Greg Leever, Wes Bogard, Kevin Landrum, Ken Hofer, Jerry Scott; row three — Regie May, Keith Morgan, Jeff Wiand, Bob Walker, Matt Wood, Tom Cotton; row four — Scott Hase-custer, Paul Shallenberger, Jeff Cotton, Archie Caldwell, Kevin Knotts, Jim Pearson, John Landrum; row five — George Dauen-hauer, Jeff Boruff, Kirk Brenner, Trent Fern, Pat Green, Todd Downham, Larry Weaver.1979 BASEBALL SEASON
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Varsity members are, bottom row, left to right: Mark Rominger, Chris Green, Cindy White. Karen Helpling, Jeannie Stewart, dim Pearson, Tim Rumler; second row, Tim Meschke, Jeff Hughes, Mark Vinson, Matt Wood, Kenny Hofer, Mike Phenis, Bobby Walker, John Landrum, Keith Morgan; third row, Coach Mike Bomholt, Jack Leisure, Rich Florea, Mark Copeland, Jeff Boruff, Bryan Glotzbach, Kevin Landrum, Tony Dauenhauer, Junior Mannies. Bryan Elliot.
Junior Varsity members are, bottom row, left to right: Demetrious Skalkotas, Rick Rector, Chip Morris, Tim Brittingham; second row, Dave Champion, Keith Morgan, Steve Pelle-trino, Dennis Scott, John Connors, Coach Bryan Elliot.TIie Gilds Keep TracUn On !!
The Girls Track Team didn’t come off from a very good record last year but managed to send seven girls to sectional and two girls to regional, along with bringing home many 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons. These girls that went to sectional are Tammy Alumbaugh in shot put; the 880 yd. relay team of Laura Sizelove, Tricia Watson, Jeri McQuitty, and bev Butcher; Kim Baker in the 80 yd. hurdles; and Beth Giselbach in the 440 yd. dash. Kim and Beth went on to regional at Carmel.
Coach Yates stated this about her team, “The girls didn’t win any track meets this year, but we had a very young team composed of mostly freshmen and sophomores. In the next two years we should see some good improvements in all of the girls.”
1. “Mama” Yates gets the girls ready for their warm-ups exercises.
2. Kim Baker runs on to win her second straight C.I.C. race in the 80 yd. hurdles.
3. Beth Giselbach runs a tuff 440 yd. dash at the C.I.C. for a fifth place ribbon.
1. Maria Bourff looks on to see if her softball travelled far enough for the school record. 2. Relays take a lot of hard practice as Jeri McQuitty and Tammy Alumbaugh would agree at one of their practice sessions.
The Girls’ Track Team from left to right-Rae Ann Huffman, Tammy Alumbaugh, Tinette Encinas, Maria Bourff, Debbie Molden, Tricia Watson, Penny Gosnell; second row-Coach Barbara Yates, Elisa Abner, Jeri McQuitty, Bev Butcher, Beth Giselbach, Kim Baker, Laura Sizelove, Jo Hinds, Linda McDermit, and Becky Fisher.RUNNING
Front row: Marty leisure, Danny Harris, Kenney Hampton, Joe Jeschke, Jamie Casas. Scott Beeman, Robbie Tharp. Brian Brown. Monty Harris: second row: George Dauenhauer. Kevin Bogard, Randy Stratton, Mike Burdsall. Wes Bogard, Tony Ebert, Ted Melvin. Todd Nichols, Coach Compton; third row: Coach Dockery. Mark Burdsall, Trent Fern, Dean Slate, Terry McPhearson, Steve Pettit, Jeff Cotton, Dean Collins, Greg Champion, Coach Prieshoff.
Front row: Donny Dee, Chris Farley, Davy Crockett. Joe West, Tim Everling, John Moore, Todd Nance: second row: Coach Dockery. Andy Davis, Marty Wells. Nick Ray, Todd Downham. Paul Shallen-harger, Tag Shallenharger, Coach Prieshoff. Coach Compton.
The Elwood Panthers got off to a running start by winning many of their meets during the '79 season. The ten young men who went to Sectional were Randy Stratton, Brian Brown, Mark Burdsall, Tony Ebert, Dean Slate, Robbie Tharp, Steve Pettit, Jeff Cotton, Dean Collins, and Ted Melvin.
Four young men went on to regional. They were Randy Stratton, Dean Slate, Mark Burdsall and Robbie Tharp. Most valuable runner for the season was Randy Stratton.
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78First row, left to right: Tammy Ozenbaugh, Stephanie Collis, Randy Hoel, Kenny Hofer, Reggie May, Todd Nance, Scott Hasecuster, Chuck Fernung, Sam McPhearson, Rex Small, David Idlewine, Jodi Mays, Kim Boston; second row: Dan Marley, Don Lee, Tod Nichols, Mike Burdsall, Jeff Wiand, Bob Walker, Mark Vinson, Ned Dunnichay, Davy Crockett, Bill Cress, Rick Rector; third row, Karen Helpling, Phil Morgan, Andy Davis, Marty Wells, Coach Ron Runyan, Coach Joe Williams, Head Coach Steve Demuth, Coach Jay Howk, Coach Mark Hughes, Paul Shallenberger, Dennis Skoczylas, Keith Morgan, Marion Melvin; fourth row, Amy Jones, Eric Fettig, Jerry Scott, John Landrum, Jamey Connors, Wes Bogard, Kevin Bogard, Ted Melvin, Dennis Scott, Tag Shallenberger, Bill Jackson, Ernie Hoel, Barb Burns; fifth row. Dean Collins, Archie Caldwell, Nick Ray, Tony Dauenhauer, Kirk Brenner, Todd Downham, Jeff Boruff, Trent Fern, Jeff Cotton, Kevin Landrum, and Pat Wilson.
The might Elwood Panthers came up with a fine 7-3 record on the year. The 7-3 mark doesn’t really tell you how good this year’s team was. The Panthers came up with a big win against Indianapolis Cathedral, a tough AAA team. The Panthers out-played Cathedral to a 13-12 win. The first time in 25 years Elwood went 2-0 after two starts.
Fumbles cost the Panthers two games this year, one a 12-7 loss to Blackford County, who went on to become state champions; the other to Alexandria, 19-13.
Elwood came up with a big win over the Peru Tigers on a 28-14 note. Peru kept the last two teams out of the play-offs.
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The JV had a fine season this year with a record of 5-1 and one game tied. Their season opener against Pendleton was their biggest win with a score of 52-0. Their only loss was to a very tough Noblesville team.
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Front row left to right: Jeff Hughes, Jerry Reeves, David Werline, Ed Frye, Mike Parker; second row: Shawn Burton, Steve Mays, Brian Brown, Justal Ball, George Skeen, Neil Rebuck; third row: Mark Harney, Todd McGuire, Chris Adams, Tim Morgan, Robert Laster, Kelly Ozenbaugh, John Hawk; fourth row: Coach Darrell McQuitty, Benny Simmons, Randy Robertson, David Marley, Roger Smith. Coach Phil Huffman. Not picured: Mark Worsley, Brian VanBuskirk, Jeff Becker.
Coached by Phil Huffman and Darrell McQuitty, the freshman football team had an outstanding season. These young men worked very hard and it paid off as the freshman team of 1979 was undefeated!
Elwood’s ninth grade football program hasn’t tasted defeat in 19 straight games. These young men carried on the banner in fine style and there will be a lot of action displayed by them in the future for the Elwood Panthers.
The tennis team, back row, left to right — Tom Carmer, Larry Weaver, David Helm, Pat Green, John Scircle, Coach Brian Courtney; front, Richard Welcher, Evan Theoharris, Alan Gerth, Andy LaShure.
“The tennis team is looking up to a bright future,” says Tennis Coach Brian Courtney. Although the team had a season record of 0-10, they always won at least one match in each game. Also the team will have five returning as seniors and two returning as sophomores.
The tennis team will also start summer workouts June 1st and these workouts will last all summer.
Senior Tom Carmer deserves recognition for honorable mention in the CIC Conference.
82First row, left-right, Monty Harris, Chris Farley, Fred Flowers, Rae Ann Huffman, Robbie Tharp, Danny Harris, Tom Cotton, second row, Tammy Ozenbaugh, Jo Hinds, Dave Shepherd, George Dauenhauer, Dan Holmes, Steve Pettit, and Tim Everling.
“We worked hard and had a good time,” stated Jo Hinds. The Elwood cross-country team was very busy this season. Most of the members of the team turned in several fine performances. Two of the top runners were Robbie Tharp and Danny Harris. This year three young ladies, Tammy Ozenbaugh, Jo Hinds, and Rae Ann Huffman joined the team, which was a first for Elwood. John Dockery coached the team this year.
83Bump! Set! Spike! These are three very familiar words to our Panther Volleyball team.
1979’S Volleyball gals ranked 3rd place out of 8 teams in the CIC. two of the outstanding members, Marian Melvin and Tammy Alumbaugh, made first team, CIC.
The girls ended the year with a record of 10 wins and 10 losses. Out of the 10 losses 6 were very closely matched losing in the final game by 2 points or because time had run out.
“This year was our most competitive season ever in the 6 years I’ve coached,” stated Coach Linda Personette.
1. Tammy Alumbaugh goes up for a spike while senior Lisa Anderson covers for her. 2. Junior Karen Helpling endeavors a spike for our mighty Panthers. 3. “Reach for the sky!”, Cathy Meschke displays in a very grueling match. 4. Marian Melvin (center) attempts to block a spike by the Pendleton Arabians with Cathy Meschke (left) and Rosie Kelich (right) ever-ready to back her up. 5. The 1979 Varsity Volleyball Team, left to right, Karen Helpling, Lisa Anderson, Rosie Kelich, Tammy Alumbaugh, Laura Sizelove, Cathy Meschke, Marian Melvin, and Lori Kaiser.
84This year the mighty Junior Varsity Vollyball team had 8 wins and 8 losses, showing great promise for the future. With four members returning and six new additions, the B-team faired well.
1. Practice makes perfect and how can you lose with Elwood Panthers Stephanie Dellinger and Angie Gross on either side of the net. 2. A good serve is vital to score as Kecia McClelland follows through with excellent form. 3. A spike and block by Ka-cia Rider, right, and Angie Gross, left. 4. Laura Sizelove makes a good block. 5. Managers Stella Fisher and Linda McDermit are very, very important to a good team.
The J.V. Volleyball Team, left to right, back row, Trish Watson, Steph anie Dellinger, Maria Bourff, Angie Gross, Kacia Rider, Debbie Molden. Valorie Jones, Coach Personnette; front, Julie Kaiser, Kecia McClelland. Terri Himmelrick.
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“This past year has been a year of adjustments for both the players and me,” stated Coach Darrell McQuitty. Even though the Pantherettes ended the season with a 4-13 record the team has been very successful. Losing some very close games to good teams, the girls showed a lot of improvement throughout the season.
The highlight of the season was when the Pantherettes beat Tipton in the Taylor Tourney after losing to them the week before in a CIC match. Tipton was the team that won the CIC with a 6-0 record this year.
Coach McQuitty also went on to state that we will definitely miss seniors Stella Fisher, Lynn Huffman, and Cathy Meschke. However, with many of our players returning next year, we are looking forward to a good season, he added.
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Junior varsity members are front row, Debbie Molden, Terri Himmelrick, Julie Kaiser, Barbra Molden; second row, Jeri McQuitty, Becky Cress, Jeannie Stewart, Penny Whisler, Angie Down-ham, Kasia Rider, Christi Herniak, Lynn Pedro, Coach Linda Personette.
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The Elwood Panthers, in a rebuilding year with only two seniors on the sectional roster, had difficulty in winning the close games. In fact, the Panthers played three consecutive overtimes during the middle of their season.
Jeff Cotton, a junior, was the only returning regular from the 1978-79 squad that came on strong during the last monnth of the season. Jeff averaged 11.2 points per game, while Matt Wood was close behind with a 10.0 point average, and Steve Hembree scored a 9.0 per game.
With a “killer schedule” Elwood’s team played mostly close affairs with the exception of four or five games. Elwood played four schools that were ranked in the top 20 during the season. The Panthers got off to a good start with a victory over Madison-Grant. However, it was rough sledding for the Panthers until after Christmas vacation as they found it difficult to hit a respectable shooting average from the floor and the free throw line.
Jeff Cotton led the team in rebounding and recoveries. Matt Wood had the most assists. Senior Rich Florea was second in assists and excelled on defense; junior pivotman Kirk Brenner came along strong over the last half of the season and finished second in rebounding. Senior John Talley (Super Sub) came off the bench on numerous occasions to score some key baskets and get the offense rolling in high gear. “Rookie” Steve Hembree and junior Jeff Boruff were tops at the free throw line.
Juniors Mark Vinson and Steve Pelletrino also came through with some “Super Sub” performances in reserve roles during the season.
Coach Junior Mannies was impressed with the hustle and hard work of many of the players. He feels these kids will be winners next season and in adult life.
Front: Coach Phil Huffman, managers. Steve Poor, .Jim Pearson, Greg I.eever, Pat Green, Coach Junior Mannies; Back: Matt Wood, Steve Pelletrino, Steve Hembree, Tom Cotton, Phil Talley, Jeff Boruff, Todd Downham, Kirk Brenner, Jeff Cotton, John Talley, Rich Florea, Chip Morris, Bob Walker.
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The J.V. has had a fine season this year with a 5-12 record. They had many close games and two overtimes. All of the players have done great jobs and some have also helped in varsity play.
Coach Huffman stated, “This team was the best shooting J.V. ball club that has played at Elwood in several years. If they continue to practice during the summer, Elwood basketball could return to winning ways in a couple years.”
He also commented, “Even though our record was not the greatest, we were not badly beaten by anyone. We lost several ball games by less than five points and lost two overtime ball games on the road. All in all I would have to say this team was the best J.V. team I’ve had in three years of coaching.”
JV Team: Back row: Tom Roe. Eric Fettig, Joe Maley, Todd Downham, Donnie Hughes, Phil Talley, Coach Phil Huffman; front: Tod Nichols, Bob Walker, Chip Morris, Kevin Knotts, Brad Reynolds. Absent was Larry Weaver.
92Both the freshman A and B-teams did a fine job this season. The A-team finished with a 7-8 record and B-team finished with a 0-9 record.
Coach Bomholt stated, “The season records are misleading in two ways. First, there were several really close games. Second, Steve Hembree, one of the better players, was moved up to varsity.” He also stated that the highlights of the year were when the A-team beat Tipton and Alexandria two times.
The A-team members were Mark Worsley, David Wills, Todd McGuire, Tim Morgan, Jeff W'hi-tinger, Jeff Becker, and Roger Smith. B-team members were Fred Aaron, Joe Galbreath, Dan Swinford, Jim Savage, Brian Brown, Brian Van-Buskirk, Bob Beeman, and Richard Welcher.
First row: Ron Paven, manager, Jeff Whitinger, David Wills, Fred Aaron, Bob Beeman, Cecil Davis, manager; second row: Coach Mike Bomholt, Todd McGuire, Mark Worsley, Tim Morgan, Joe Galbreath, Steve Hembree, Roger Smith, Jeff Becker, Danny Swinford, Jim Savage, Rich Welcher, Brian Brown, Brian VanBuskirk.
93Senior Davy Crockett attempts to power clean in practice for the big liftathon.
Front row left to right — Phil Morgan. K2vin Landrum. Trent Fern. Marty Wells; Row 2 — Wes Bogard, Tim Morgan, Laura Sizelove, Bob Walker; row 3 — Kelly Ozenbaugh, Keith Morgan, Pat Wilson, Rick Rector, Kenny Hofer; row 4 — Coach Steve Demuth, Paul Shallenberger, Jeff Cotton, Kirk Brenner, Todd Downham. Archie Caldwell.
The weight lifters lift 3 times a week year round. Coach Steve Demuth states, “Lifting will make stronger, faster athletes and helps provide for less injuries.” To get the most out of a weight lifting program, Demuth believes it takes, “Time, dedication, and a lot of hard work.” He’s proud of our guys and feels that the success of some of our athletic programs is due to the success of our weight lifting program.
The young men used their strength to muscle over their opponents in the Tipton liftathon to win the large traveling trophy for the second straight year.
Above — Jerry Scott strengthens his thighs with leg extensions. Below — Dan Marley squats with 195 lbs. as he tones his muscles.
The young and inexperienced 1979-80 Panther wrestling squad had many highs this past season starting with the fact that we had nine freshmen come out for the team compared to three last season. Some of the accomplishments the wrestlers had as a team were placing third in the CIC behind very strong Tipton and Peru teams, placing fifth in the Madison County Tourney, and finishing fifth in the Wes-Del Invitational.
These were all fine showings for a young wrestling team. As individuals Elwood had some outstanding wrestlers with fine records in seniors Dennis Skoczylas and Regie May and in junior Nick Ray. All were tournament champions.
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First row: Manager Marty Wells, Shaun Burton, Mike Granger; second row: Jon Shallenberger, J.C. Kelley, Eric Stewart. Kevin Bogard; third row: Asst, coach Mark Hughes, Mark Boyer, George Skeen. Kelly Ozenbaugh, Larry Goodknight, Coach Jay Howk.
Individual records at the end of the regular season were as follows: Dennis Skoczylas — 15-4, CIC Champ, 2nd Wes-Del, County Champ; Regie May — 16-3, County Champ, Wes-Del Champ, 2nd CIC; Nick Ray — 11-3-1, CIC Champ.DO IT WITH
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Front row, left to right: Jodi Langley, Jessica West, Debbie Collins, Lori Kaiser, Judy Kleyla, Jo Ann Hinds, Mrs. Barbara Yates; second row: Jody VanBuskirk, Jody Mays, Elisa Abner, Marian Melvin, Karen Helpling, Susie Johns, Toby Diehl, Barb Burns, Rachel Bucci.
1. The gymnastics team dances around after a hard days practice. 2. Debbie Collins practices on her floor exercise routine. 3. Karen Helpling vaults with the aide of Coach Barb Yates. 4. Joni Vanbuskirk tries to keep "balanced”. 5. Coach Barbara Yates expresses concern toward the opponent.
“We have a small team of 12 girls but for the number of girls we have, they have done an excellent job.” commented Coach Barbara Yates. The girls constantly placing at meets were Lori Kaiser and Judy Kleyla — uneven bars, Barb Bums — beam, Judy Kleyla — vaulting, and Debbie Collins — floor exercise. All of these girls are of the intermediate level with Marion Melvin — all around, in the optional level.THE 1979-1980 PEP BLOCK from left to right, 1st row, Jodi Mays, Karen Helpling, Amy Jones, Marian Melvin, Barb Burns, Marci Phillips; 2nd row, Valorie Jones, Anita Emery, Cathy Hughes, Mary Harris, Lois Hawkins; 3rd row, Joni Jarvis, Aimee Smith, Tina Sovern, Stephanie Dellinger, Mami Kimura, Jill Hoose; 4th row, Irma Jara-millo, Tammy Casto, Kelly Jordon, Amy Meschke, Debbie Poynter, Lisa Mclntrye, Chris Idlewine; 5th row, Kacia Rider, Pam Baruff, Stephanie Hofer, Melissa Altherr, Jody Dauenhauer, Jane Copher, Lisa Anderson, Tracey Maish; 6th row, Sonya Casto, Sharon Davis, Kathy Amick, Lisa Jackman, Stella Fisher, Cathy Meschke, Julie Helpling, Rosie Kelich, Lena Jyrland.
100Above, varsity cheerleaders, “Cut loose!” To the left, kneeling left to right, Barb Burns, Stephanie Collis, Jody Mays, Kim Boston; bending, Amy Jones, Marian Melvin, Karen Helpling; top, Tammy Ozenbaugh.
Varsity cheerleaders went to camp at Purdue University for a week and while they had loads of fun, they actually learned a lot. They received one excellent and two superior ribbons, spirit stick and were chosen as one of the top 10 squads out of 400 girls. The girls competed in several fairs over the summer including Tipton 4-H Fair, Madison County 4-H Fair, and the State Fair. “After all the hours of practice, the fun we had at the fairs made it all worth it!” stated Stephanie Collis. Co-captains of the varsity squad are Marian Melvin and Amy Jones, while Debbie Poynter is captain of the freshman squad.
The freshman and varsity cheerleaders took turns cheering the J.V. games, which made for a busy season for both squads.
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1st row, Robert Harrison, Lori Buster, John Scircle, Becky Fettig, Tom Chemnitz, Aimee Hittle, Carol Puterbaugh, Karen Knapp; 2nd row, Andrea Morris Tammie Baker, Brad Gillum, Jody Bangley, Stephanie Kelich, Sherry Gross, Toni Hughes, Elisa Abner; 3rd row, Amy Israel, Barry Ritter, Shellie Leisure, Tonicay Green, Sandy Wilburn, Leslie Rebuck, Lee Swartz, Penny Webb; 4th row, Pam Williams, Susan Fettig, Paula Turner, Ann Morgan, Angie Knotts, Jackie Teachnor, Georgia Daleure, John Moore; 5th row, Shawn Heaton, Stacey Runyan, Jennifer Jones, Penny Whisler, Vicki Hanshew, Jerry Thornberry, Stephanie Grimes, Susan Ogden; 6th row, Valerie Hiatt, Charlie Morgan, Loris Foley, Marla Monahan, Sara Rittenhouse, Pat Connors, Jeff Castor, Lynn Priest; 7th row, Kathy Fettig, Jeff Becker, Joni VanBuskirk, Beth Mathys, Jennifer Toney, Jamie Whisler, Lisa Thornberry, Angie Downham; 8th row, Danny Holmes, Darin Jollif, Jeff Baker, Ron Paven, Larry Goodnight, Mick Helpling, Darrell Wittkamper, Cecil Davis; 9th row, Charles Haskett, Steve Musselman, Troy Garrison, Brad Hook, David Toney, Ron Goins, Nick Ray, Diane Burton.
The band has been very busy this year. They have traveled to many contests, such as State Fair, Farmer’s Day, Chesterton, and Manchester. They also spent a week at the “dreaded” band camp, where they practiced long and hard for all of these contests. They took a break from their work by taking a trip to King’s Island, which was enjoyed by all who went. The band has done a great job over the year, and they plan to do even better next year!Donee and lnq
The Flag Corps are from left to right; Jerry Thornberry, Pennie Whisler, I ee Swartz, Vicki Hanshew, Jennie Jones, Loris Foley, Tonnicay Green, Jamie Whisler, Sandy Wilburn, Beth Mathys, and Shelly Leisure.
This year the band is really stepping out with a flag corps and rifle corps. All sixteen girls perform with the band at basketball games and half-time at football games as shown in the pictures below.
Rifles are Leslie Rebuck, Paula Turner, Jennie Toney, Lisa Thornberry, and Joni VanBuskirk.This year’s choir was small but worked hard to develop their vocal skills. Pictured are back row, Walter Sizelove, Richard Rominger, Dan Holmes, Kelly Jordan; 2nd row, Karen Stephens, Mami Kimura, Pam Singer; 1st row, Leslie Coston, Sue Ann Shelton, Angela Nickles. Seated is choir director Mr. Haskett.
Our school also has another choral group to be proud of. They call themselves “Half-Past Three”. Members are Julie Helpling, Kim Baker, Karen Knapp and Jo Schlegal, elementary teacher, who plays guitar for them.
This year students from band and choir got together and formed a special choir. They were called the “Holiday Choir” and are shown performing at the Christmas program for the student body.
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First row, left to right: Leslie Rebuck, Teresa Kendall, Cathy Meschke, Karen Helpling, Julie Helpling. Laura Sizelove, Brenda Barrett, Cindy Aaron, Barb Burns; second row: Kelly Leakey, David Helm, Tammy Ozenbaugh, Judy K ley la, Regie May, Marian Melvin, Laura Waymire, Debbie Collins, Tom Cotton; third row: Lynn Pedro, Neal Rebuck, Kacia Rider, Julie Kaiser, Theresa Himmelrick, Kevin Knotts, Matt Wood, Stave Pelletrino; fourth row: Jane Kleyla, Jeri McQuitty, Lisa McIntyre, Jody Mays, Tricia Watson, Tim Morgan, Rich Florea, and Jill Hoose; fifth row: John Scircle, Brad Gillum, Tracey Maish, Tod McGuire, Julie Headley, Bobby Walker, Kevin Riley; sixth row: Keith Morgan, Jeff Becker, Jim Savage, Phil Morgan, Eric Fettig, and Kirk Brenner.
I eft: Sponsor Mr. David Hoffman, President Cathy Meschke, and Principal Richard Merritt wait at the Homecoming parade site. Above: A Student Council meeting is in progress.
Student Council for 1980 worked hard this year planning new and fun events for the kids at ECHS. They have had quite a few dances and provided a very successful homecoming for everyone. They also added a special Christmas dance this year with refreshments, good music, and a Christmas king and queen.
Student Council planned events such as a Gong Show and a Fashion Show, whose proceeds went towards charity. They also added a lot of spirit to sectional week with dress up days, a legs contest between the basketball players, and a special sectional dance.
Officers for Student Council this year were Cathy Meschke, president; Karen Helpling, vice-president; Julie Helpling, secretary; and Laura Sizelove, treasurer.
-4-Honor Society seniors are front row: adviser Mrs. Starkey. Marian Melvin, Tom Chemnitz, Jenny Compton, Karen Knapp, Nancy Moore, David Groover, Jim Pearson, Miss House, adviser; back row: Amy Jones, Kim Baker, Pat Green, Jeff Rich, Rich Florea, David Helm, Jeff Davis, Steve Pettit, Jeff Massey, Tom Cotton, Regie May, Barb Burns, Steve Poor, Toni Maley.
Juniors are front row: Mrs. Merritt, adviser, Sara Rittenhouse, Susie Stafford. Ann Hoffman, Sherry Gross, Sandy Leonard, Mary Harris, Allyson McPhearson, Mrs. Luurtesma, adviser; back row: Linda McDermit, Larry Weaver, Scott Leavell, Tammy Baker, Bob Walker, Matt Wood, John Scircle, Kevin Riley, Laura Sizelove, Karen Helpling, Lori Kaiser.
This year the senior members made February 14 official “tap day” for the new junior members. Each senior thought up a clever way to inform his junior that he had achieved the stiff 3.5 average, along with high personal values needed for Honor Society. Right: Tammie Baker displays her “Welcome to Honor Society” cake.This page contains pictures from “Where the Lilies Bloom". The facing page depicts scenes from “Our Town.”
Last spring “Our Town’’ was brought to life on the ECHS stage. The audience watched and listened as the Stage Manager guided them through the lives of the Webb’s and Gibbs’ families, typical images of small town life in the early 1900’s. The play was a very keen insight into young and old love, marriage, and death.
“Where the Lilies Bloom” was our fall production, set in a simple semi-round stage. Mary Call, middle child of the share-cropping Luther family, fights to keep her family from separation following the death of her father. They try to pretend to others that he hasn’t really died, but Kiser Pease, the land owner, keeps getting closer and closer to the truth.
Both plays went over very well, and the Thespians were very proud of their contribution to activities at ECHS.
First row, left to right. Jack Casto, Bill Smith, Karen Knapp, Mary Harris, Susie Stafford, Kim Edens, Mrs. Blair; second row; Shawn Sizelove, Julie Helpling, Penny Holtsclaw, Amy Jones, Tom Chemnitz, Scott Hasecuster, Todd Creech; third row; Lois Hawkins, Laurie Faucett, Marcie Phillips, Ron Arnold, Melodi Taylor, John Moore, Allyson McPhearson; fourth row; Walter Sizelove, Debbie Scott, Craig Baugher, Kevin Rubush, Jill Cotner, Linda McDermit.o.
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President Kris Frye carefully demonstrates chemistry techniques. Below — Kris Frye, Jeff Rich, and Nancy Moore check the route on a map for directions to Turkey Run for their annual camping trip.
Math — Science members, 1st row left to right, Phil Huffman, Walter Sizelove, Kris Frye, Regie May, Barb Burns, Marian Melvin, Jenny Compton, Brenda Barrett, Melody Taylor, Jeff Wallace; 2nd row, Julie Headley, Matt Wood, Jessica West, David Helm, Nancy Moore, Steve Poor, Pat Green, Laura Sizelove, Lena Jyrland; 3rd row, Mary Tyner, Aimee Tharp, Marla Monahan, Tina Sovern, David Groover, Kathy Amick, Cindra Schimmel, Marlene Hubbart, Jeff Massey; 4th row, Allyson McPhearson, Mary Harris, Lorrie Robison, Mike Phenis, Kara Heaton, Robert Carroll, Debbie Prus, Lois Hawkins, Jeff Davis; 5th row, Sara Rittenhouse, Richard Rominger, Cathy Fettig, Susie Stafford, Evan Theoharris, Seth McCorkle, Marty Stage, Jeff Bourff; 6th row, Steve Pettit, Steve Sherman, Mike Burdsall, Chip Morris, John Scircle, Phil Talley, Phil Morgan, Linda McDer-mit.Front row: left to right, Mrs. Barr, Lee Swartz, Pat Green, Kelly Jordon, Lori Robinson, Kelly Cox, Danny Holmes, Jo Hinds, Leslie Courtney, Marilyn Barnett; second row, Marty Leisure, Lori Gaddis, Barbara Baldwin, Robin Plue, Becky Fettig, Rosie Kelich, Paulette Elsworth, Jessica West, Susie Davis; third row, Joe Jeske, Diane Jackson, Susan Fettig, Jill Cotner, Delania Shepard, Kim Greenlee, Amy Burnett, David Groover, Kathy Amick; fourth row, Karen Ritten-house, Susan Hobbs, Toby Diehl, David Molden, Jerri Thornberry, Melissa Altherr, Phyllis Hayward, Anita Gardner, Sueann Shelton, Cathy Meschke; fifth row, Lisa Turner, Robin Carroll, Tina Cox, Jamie Whisler, Angie Carron, Lisa Thornberry, Lisa McIntyre, Jill Hoose, Tracy Maish, Leslie Rebuck, Shelly Runyan; sixth row, Kevin Landrum, Lori Garrison, Janet Parker, Stanna Hodson, Elisa Abner, Phil Morgan, Sara Carey, Kris Frye.
FBLA is a very active high school organization. This year the group participated in the Local Glass Festival by selling iron-ons. On June 2 the group created a big splash at the annual pool party; the club also furnished typists for the blood draw. Many contests were entered by some of Elwood High’s talented students. Pat Green won first place in the State Typing Contest at Ball State, and at the same conference, Lee Swartz was elected State Secretary of FBLA. All students of the club will agree that FBLA is an eventful and rewarding experience for business oriented high school students.
Attending FBLA Regional Leadership Conference in St. Louis, Oct. 25-27, 1979, were front, Paulette Elsworth, Elisa Abner, Lee Swartz, Leslie Courtney, president; Mrs. Jeanne Barr, sponsor; back, Becky Fettig, Morris Poore, Kelly Jordan.
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The Latin Club went to the chariot race this year in Indianapolis. The race, held at the speedway, was llA miles long. Each group was allowed four teams to a race, each team consisting of two pullers and one rider at all times. In a race three schools compete against each other. Elwood won its race and also won the “most authentically constructed and creatively decorated chariot” award.
This club also had a lot of money-making projects to raise money for next year’s chariot race including selling cookies, candy, foreign cook books, and other items.
Latin Club members left to right, front row, Keith Morgan, Jeri McQuitty, Charlie Morgan, Darin Jolliff, Ann Morgan, Tim Morgan, Sandy Leonard, Bill Smith; second row, Richard Rominger, Toni Hughes, Terry Himmelrich, Amy Israel, Angie Knotts, Stacey Runyan, Susie Harrell, Mrs. Garner; third row, Stephanie Kelich, Sherry Gross, Allyson McPhearson, Mary Harris, Betty Ponder, Susie Stafford, Cindra Schimmel, Sherry Gibson; fourth row, Jeff Jones, David Groover, Rachel Bucci, Georgia Daleure, Aimee Tharp, Evan Theoharris, Shawn Heaton, Georgianna Ponder; fifth row, Karen Amick, Stephanie Smith, Melodi Taylor, Beth So, Jim Savage, Mary Tyner, Marty Townsend, Julie Rich; sixth row, Laura Gill, Sandy Wilburn, Terry Hanshew, David Shepard, Dean Molden, George McPhearson, Julie Headley. Walter Sizelove; seventh row, Jackie Teachnor. Cathy Fettig. Ron Goins, Nick Ray, Ron Arnold, Marcie Phillips, Lois Hawkins, Kathy Amick.
Picture 1 — Julie Rich and Lena Jyrland run for the first team in the race. Picture 2 — Third team Bill Smith and Sandy Leonard take over for the second team of Shawn Heaton and Marty Townsend. Picture 3 — Latin Club members who went to the chariot race pose for the cameras. Picture 4 — Wearing their togas in the parade before the race are Sandy Leonard, Bill Smith, Walter Sizelove, Terrie Himmelrick, Tim Morgan, Richard Rominger, and Jim Savage.Spanish Club kicked off the start of a new year with the purchase of club t-shirts with the message of “Que Pasa?” which means “What’s Happening?” in English.
The next project was a float for the homecoming parade with a matador properly costumed in a “suit of lights” and a bull for him to reckon with.
A trip to One Accord, field trips to programs by Jose Greco and the Ballet Folklorico Mexicano, a hayride and a Christmas party complete with a pi-nata add to the list of activities which Spanish Club initiated.
Last summer some members of the club spent two weeks in Spain, and this year the group hits the road to Mexico for the summer.
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Row 1; Mrs. Disosway, Angie Downham, Jerry Reeves, Ed Frye, Karen Helpling, Marian Melvin, Lori Kaiser, Jeff Cotton, Barbara Burns, Nancy Moore, Lisa Maish; Row 2; Fred Flowers, Kevin Humphrey, Kasia Rider, Juli Kaiser, Andrea Hoppenrath, Stephanie Grimes, Charlotte Stewart, Becky Etchison, Amy Jones, Tracy Bradbum, Barbara Robertson; Row 3; Joni Jarvis, Stephanie Hofer, Christy White, Bob Chapman, Lynn Priest, Andrea Morris, Lori Garrison, Lori Robison, Chris Goens, Marlene Hubbart, Linda McDermit, Ann Hoffman; Row 4; Lisa Jackman, Jodi Mays, Lynn Pedro, Penny Whisler, Vicki Hanshew, Angela Nickles, Tina Sovern, Marla Monahan, Loris Foley, Karen Knapp, Jamie Whisler; Row 5; Kim Boston, Bobby Fairfield, Susan Ogden, Pam Boruff, Dodi Nance, Jane Copher, Valerie Hiatt, Andrea Gibson, Robin Plue, Jill Hoose; Row 6; Gayle Mize, Joni VanBuskirk, Angie Perez, Michelle Robinson, Danny Faucett, Mike Carter, Justal Ball, Todd McGuire, Brian Brown, Jill Cotner, Cheryl McQuitty; Row 7; Stephanie Dellinger, Chip Morris, Ron Pace, Janice Strong, Margaret Beeman, Steve Sherman, Scott Carroll, Tony Hoppenrath, Kevin Knotts; Row 8; Kim Maley, Lori Caldwell, Brad Gillum, John Scircle, John Moore, Kevin Riley, Rich Florea, Steve Poor, Jamie Connors; Row 9; Bill Cress, Elisa Abner, Angie Gross, Lisa McIntyre, Tracey Maish, Kirk Brenner, Eric Fettig, Craig Baugher, Carolyn Davis.
First row: left to right; Tom Luse, Mary Harris, Mike Burdsall, Chip Morris, Marcie Phillips, Ron Arnold, Toni Maley, Marlene Hubbartt, Kim Edens, Scott Hasecuster; second row; Jack Casto, Allyson McPhear-son, Susie Stafford, Ann Hoffman, Valerie Hiatt, Karen Knapp, Bill Smith, Kevin Rubush, Tom Chemnitz, Nick Ray; third row: Amy Burnett, Lori Robinson, Tina Sovern, Kathy Amick, Kim Bryan, Stephanie Grimes, Amy Meschke, Carol Puterbaugh, Angie Downham, Darin Jolliff; fourth row: Ann Haynes, Brian Vanbuskirk, Pam Williams, Andrea Morris, Lynn Priest, Jill Casto, Kelly Jordan, Toni Hughes, Chris Goens, Mami Kimura; fifth row: Donna Cline, Don Leopke, Dean Molden, Cecil Davis, Kevin Gootee, Debbie Luse, Becky Etchison, David Molden, Lena Jyrland, Melodi Taylor; sixth row: Craig Baugher, John Moore, Ron Goins.
Future Homemakers of America is a group originated to prepare, not only girls but a few guys, in how to care for a home once they’re out of high school.
The group also has various activities. At the first of the year they prepared a “get acquainted” party at the park with a weiner roast. Also they have had a pizza party and a special party at Christmas. FHA delivered poinsettias to patients at the hospital and sold Lincoln House figures as
projects throughout the year.
Home Ec related Occupations Class prepared meals for the General Advisory Committee of the J. Hinds Vocational School.
Officers that were elected this year were President, Sandy Ray; Vice President, Mary McPhearson; Secretary, Gloria Hayward; Reporter, Reba Holtzclaw; Treasurer, Kathy Dane; and Historian, Lisa Dudley.
Back row: Mrs. Tolle, Mrs. Schwear, Lisa Morris, Shelly leisure, Jo Leicht, Tina Harvey, Paul Shallenburger, Susan Smith, Sheryl Stickler, Melissa Fisher, Pam Baldwin, Kim Bryan, Jenny Harting, Hanna Goforth; second row: Tracey Blackford, Gloria Leicht, Sandi Ray, Gloria Hayward, Lisa Dudley, Cathy Dame, Mary McPherson, Reba Holtzclaw, Cathy Hughes, Anita Gardner, Valerie Jones.
Chris Campbell slices meat at Harvest Market while Penny Holtsclaw works at her job in a shoe store. Angie Depaolo keeps it clean as she mops the floor at the hospital. Stocking the shelves, Mike Phenis seems to enjoy his work. Center, Lisa Scholl waits to take your order. Lori Gaddis works at Security Bank counting all her money. Paulette Elsworth drowns in paper work at the dietary office.
Today it seems more students are working at jobs to give themselves a little extra cash to spend. These pictures show some students from ECHS working at various jobs around town.oreiPn
Sandra Graciela Pena from Buenos Aires Argentina is staying with the Richard Cleaver Family. She likes Elwood very much though it is quite different from her South American home.
In school there, all students stay in one classroom all day, and they do not have a choice of classes. Sandra believes the system we have here is very good for the students.
Sandra is interested in photography and keeping a journal. She also enjoys swimming, bowling, and gymnastics.
To the left Sandra is tempted by a large ice cream cone!
1. Jose peers at the camera during electronics class. 2. Alex and Jose listen patiently in basic grammar class. 3. Mami Kimura and Alex exchange “cheers” during advanced chemistry class. 4. Smile, Sandra, you’re on candid camera!
Jose Negreicos Pi-menta is 17 and is staying with the Gerald Bucci family.
Jose’s hobbies include listening to music, making model airplanes, and recording new music. He also likes science fiction and enjoys soccer, tennis, and ping-pong.
Jose likes Elwood High because he has the chance to meet many friends. He thinks Elwood is a pretty city though he doesn’t care for its part-time winter climate and the snow. That’s understandable as it is usually between 90-93 degrees in Manaus, Brazil!
In his future Jose plans to major in electrical engineering in a college in Brazil.
At left Jose is captured by the camera.
Alexandre Correa Sales from Brazil is very happy with his stay in Elwood. He resides with the Marvin Janiak family.
Alex’s classes include advanced chemistry, basic grammar, U.S. history, physics and geometry. There are toughies for our students so Alex must really be determined to do well!
Alex’s hobbies include tennis, fishing, and traveling. He likes Elwood High because he can spend a lot of time with his friends here. He also enjoys the variety in Indiana’s weather. He was really impressed with our snow when he saw it for the first time.
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Upper right, Lisa Anderson works on a potter’s wheel during ceramics class. Upper left, an art student decorates the halls for Christmas. Right, Art Club students sell dpnuts to raise money.
Front row, left to right — Cindy Aaron, Jeri McQuitty, Laura Sizelove, Teresa Kendall, Thomas Chemnitz, Lisa Morris, Jerry Scott; second row, Toni Maley, Sherry Gibson, Lisa McIntyre, Mary Owens, Ploria Hayward, Amy Meschke, Mrs. McQuitty; third row, Lisa Anderson, Melissa Alterr, David Richards, Cecil Davis, David Moldcn, Andrea Bucci, Andrea Hoppenrath; fourth row, Debbie Erdman, John Cox, Tammy Alumbaugh, Scott Carroll, Debbie Molden, Stella Fisher, Bill Rittenhouse.
VIThe Leo Club is an active group involved in many things. The group has worked with other clubs sponsoring high school dances, skating parties, and a bowl-a-thon. Other activities include visiting local nursing homes and overnight camping trips. This year the club was headed by President Sue Ann Shelton, Vice President Jerry Thornberry, Secretary Angela Nickels and Treasurer Lora Towe.
TOP left: Frank Marcrum is an active member in Leo Club. Top right: Mr. Middleton is the brains behind the Leo Club.
First row — Frank Marcrum, Lora Towe, Jerri Thornberry, Sue Shelton, Mr. Middleton; second row, Angela Nickels, Debbie Marcrum, Stanna Hodsin, Anita Gardner, Lisa Blakely, Mami Kimura; third row, Mel Slate, Robin Blakely, Kenny Mitchell, Lonnie Miller, Shawn Sizelove, Tim Luyet; fourth row, Eric Neese, Melissa Altherr, Todd Creech, Vicki Hanshew, Sara Carey, Danny Holmes.
1. A secretary’s work is never done! 2. Carol Puterbaugh and Pam Adams are shown having a crazy conversation in OEA. 3. Rod Clark shows great interest as he paints his car. 4. In auto body Kevin Pattison is getting a bus ready to paint. 5. Lori Brown and Penny Crim show friendship and sharing in DECA. 6. Jeff Castor is giving help to Mike Granger as he works very hard on his drawing in drafting.
1. Shelly Leisure is shown in a rub-a-dub-dub session in child care. 2. Mr. Fortner shares his talent and skill in printing class. 3. Matt Rice is shown enjoying himself in machine shop. 4. Vice President Stephanie Collis, Mr. Linder, and President Joe Jeske are shown having a good time in distributive education. 5. Jeff Rich, looking very serious, is shown working hard in machine trade.
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1. Marla Leicht works hard to be a good future homemaker. 2. Jim Pearson shows how to operate the window in building trades. 3. Eddie Moore discovers how difficult welding class can be. 4. Mark Anderson talks to Mr. Delbert Lewis, vocational school director. 5. Getting the exact measurement, Dean Shull must be precise in building a home.Better Future
John Hinds Vocational School provides such classes as building trades, welding, sewing, electronics, and printing. These informal classes give students the experience they need to get a good job after high school.
1. Working in printing class, Paula Turner enjoys inking forms. 2. Rae Ellen Kelly and Carol Adams are shown working very hard in health education. 3. Steve Kendall likes to work on cars in auto body. 4. Myra Tomlinson keeps herself in stitches during sewing class. 5. Steve Herd has a shocking time in electronics. 6. Building trades keeps everyone on his toes, even Bruce Brewer.
127INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
First row, Pam Buis, Bonnie Wilson, Sherry Mitchell, Sandy Leonard, Rick Mowell, Greg Murphy, Angie DePaolo, Kevin Garcia, Ron Riser; second row, Kenny Carron, Shawn Burton, Dick Schull, Augustine Jaramillo, Larry Brooks, Bobby Lewellan, Ron Pace. Marty Ray, Frank Marcrum, Mr. Schmidt, third row, Jeff Cummings, Greg Jackman, Cecil Davis, Doug Doan, Tim Luyet, Jim Smith, Kenny Mitchell, Darrin Rominger. Kurt Lewis; fourth row, Jennifer Browning, Larry Weaver, Mike Maish, Herman Idlewine. Tim Everling, Terry Morris, Don Leopke, Gail Mize, Lisa Nuding; fifth row, Spike Jones, Monte Gill, Larry Schimmel, Randy Robertson, Joe West, Kevin Bogard, Tom Clark, Regie May, Mark Climans; sixth row, Mark Hahn, Jim Fred, Billy Kelly, David Peting, Paul Cannon, Randy LaForce, Bill Jackson, Scott Massey, Matt Stewart; seventh row, Vance Noble, Marty Stage, David Toney, Kris Frye, Kathy Amick, Dean Hoffer, Donnie Hughes, Dan Balser, Joe Harrell.
The Industrial Arts Club is a very hard working club. Unlike other clubs who do only money-making projects, they manufacture the products they sell. They’ve even made silk screen shirts of different rock groups. Money from these products goes toward field trips.
The Industrial Arts Club centers on fields that students might want to pursue as hobbies and want to learn more about. Officers are President, Rick Mowell; Co-Vice Presidents, Bonnie Wilson, Sandy Leonard; Secretary, Sherry Mitchell; and Greg Murphy, Treasurer.
128J.A. II — row one, John Moore, Marcie Phillips, Lois Hawkins, Troy Taylor, Jeff Becker; row two, Lyn-ette Etchison, Kathy Amick, Ann Morgan, Julie Harting, David Mol-den; row three, Mami Kimura, Ron Goins, Brad Gillum, Kevin Gootee, Debbie Luse.
J.A. I — row one, Margaret Beeman, Cecil Davis, Tina Sovern, Sue Ann Shelton; row two, Lisa Nuding, Sara Carey, Jerri Thornberry, Angie Nickles.
This year’s J.A. works hard for very good results. There are two different groups of J.A. members, J.A. 1 and J. A. 2. The president of J.A. 1 is Tanna Longerbone. She sees that everyone works hard and does his best job. The other hard working officers in the club are Vice President of Personnel, Richard Brashear; Vice President of Selling, Tina Sullivan; Vice President of Manufacturing, Cecil Davis; Treasurer, Sara Carey; and Secretary, Margaret Beeman. They have sold such things as shadow boxes and birdfeeders.
J.A. 2 is very active also. Their president is Marcie Phillips. Other officers are Vice President of Sales, David Molden, Vice President of Personnel, Jeff Becker; Vice President of Manufacturing, John Moore; Treasurer, Jeff Castor; Corporate Secretary, Lois Hawkins. They manufactured auto trouble lites, frustration pencils, and aluminum hangers. So far they have over $4000 in sales and have a goal of $6000, breaking all area sales records.
The Megaphone Staff consists of Mrs. Sullivan, advisor, Tracey Maish, Craig Baugher, Toni Ma-ley, Ron Arnold, Tina Cox, Kathy Amick, second row; Dee Wills, Jill Cotner, Lisa McIntyre, Kim Edens, Lena Jyrland, Susie Stafford, Cheryl Shawhan; kneeling are Donna High, Robin Plue, Pam Williams, Marcie Phillips, and Jill Hoose.
132Lori Caldwell, Bill Smith, Lori Buster, Tammy Baker, Barb Burns, and Cindy Aaron are all shown working in yearbook class working sessions after school.
Staff members include back row, Lori Caldwell, Tammy Ozen-baugh, Brenda Champion, Bill Smith, Kevin Rubush, Cindy Aaron, Leslie Rebuck, Trent Fern, Mrs. Sullivan, advisor, Tammy Baker, Julie Helpling; sitting are Cheryl Sha-whan, Tracy Brad-burn, Lori Buster, Karen Knapp, Kim Baker, Debbie Scott, Andy VanNess, Cathy Meschke, Brenda Barrett, and Barbara Burns.
The 1980 Crescent Staff worked busily at putting all 168 pages together to create the best yearbook possible.
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Boston, Kim 40, 45, 79, 101, 117 Bourff, Maria 40, 69, 73, 85, 87 Boyer, Ken 34 Boyer, Mark 34, 96 Boyland, Gary 34 Bozell, Margaret 34 Bradburn, Kim 46 Bradburn, Tracy 34, 117, 133 Bragg, Mitzi 46 Brawl, Donna 34 Bray, Clarence 51 Brenner, Kirk 34, 39, 68, 69, 79, 117, 90, 95, 110 Brewer, Bruce 32, 127 Brittingham, Tim 34, 71 Brooks, Larry 40, 128 Brown, Brian 46, 81, 117, 92 Brown, Daniel 40 Brown, Kenny 57 Brown, Laurie 18, 124 Brown, Phil 57 Browning, Jennifer 40, 128 Bryan, Jeff 34 Bryan, Kim 35, 118, 119 Bucci, Angie 46, 122 Bucci, Rachel 46, 116, 98 Buis, Pam 35, 128 Bunch, David 40 Bunch, Tammy 40 Burdsall, Joseph 46 Burdsall, Mike 35, 74, 79, 114, 118 Burnette, Amy 40, 115, 118 Burns, Barbara 13, 18, 19, 69, 79, 100, 101, 114, 116, 133, 110, 111 Burton, Diane 104 Burton, Gerald 57 Burton, Linda 19 Burton, Shawn 46. 81, 128, 96 Buster, Lori 35, 104, 133
162Butcher, Beverly 35, 73
Cahill, Starlene 35 Caldwell, Archie 19, 69, 78, 79, 95 Caldwell, Jean 64 Caldwell, Lori 19, 133, 117 Caldwell, Phil 46 Caldwell, Shelly 46 Caldwell, Teresa 19 Call, Mark 19, 28 Campbell, Bonnie 19 Campbell, Chris 19, 120 Campbell, Cindy 40 Campbell, Dana 32 Cannon, John 40, 128 Capps, Debbie 46 Capps, Dena 40 Caplinger, Margaret 40 Carey, Charles 46 Carey, Sara 35, 115, 123, 129 Carmer, John 40 Carmer, Thomas 19, 79 Carpenter, Mark 40 Carroll, Robin 19, 114, 115 Carroll, Scott 46, 117, 122 Carron, Angie 35, 115 Carron, Kenny 46, 128 Carter, Diana 35 Carter, Gilbert 19 Carter, Mile 46, 117 Caster, Robert 46 Casto, Jack 35, 112, 118 Casto, Jill 46, 118 Casto, Tammy 41, 100 Casto, Sonya 19, 100 Castor, Jeff 35, 104, 124 Chafin, Gail 19 Chafton, Karen 41 Chafton, Sherri 41 Champion, Brenda 19, 133 Champion, David 35, 71 Chapman, Robert 46, 117 Chemnitz, Thomas 19, 55, 104, 112, 122, 118, 111 Clark, Darrell 46 Clark, Kevin 20 Clark, Rodney 39, 124 Clark, Thomas 41, 128 Clark, Rita 20 Cleaver, David 41 Clemons, Mark 20, 128 Cline, Dawn 46, 118 Clingaman, John 20 Cole, Glen 20 Cole, James 56 Cole, Matt 46 Collins, Dean 41, 74, 78, 79 Collins, Debbie 35, 69, 98, 110, 99 Collins, Rodney 2g, 96 Cpllis, Donna 46 Cbllis, Donny 46
Collis, Stephanie 5, 20, 71, 101, 125 Compton, James 56, 74 Compton, Jennifer 20, 114, 111 Conner, Jack 35
Conner, James 20, 78, 79, 117 "
Conner, Roy 47 Conners, John 35, 71 Conners, Pat 47, 104 Connors, John 20; A’
Coots, Phil 47 JaP Jg Copher, Jane 47, 101, 117 Corbett, Dallas 32 "
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Cornwell, Jim 32 Cornwell, Tracie 51 Coston, Belinda 20 Coston, Leslie 41, 107 Coston, Nancy 47 |W
Cotner, Jill 20, 112, 115, 117, 132 Cotton, Jeff 35, 69, 74. 78, 79, 117, 90, 91, 95 Cotton, Thomas 20, 69, 83, 90, 110, 111
Courtney, Carol 56 Courtney, Kandie 64 Courtney, Leslie 20, 115 Cox, John 35, 122 Cox, Kelly 20, 115 Cox, Robin 32 Cox, Tina 41, 115, 132, 87 Craney, Mark 35 Craney, Michelle 47 Creamer, Angela 47 Creamer, Frances 51 Creech, Todd 41, 112, 123 Cress, Becky 47, 69, 87 Cress, Bill 41, 78, 117 Cress, Tamera 20 Crestwood, Angie 47 Crim, Penny 21, 124 Crimans, Marian 57 Crockett, Davy 21, 74, 79, 95 Croy, Tammy 51 Crull, Helena 41 Cummins, Jeff 41, 128 Curtsinger, Michelle 21 Cutsinger, Melody 21 Cutsinger, Tina 47
Daily, Carol 47 Dame, Katherine 21, 119 Dauenhauer, George 35, 69, 74, 83 Dauenhauer, Jodi 47 Dauenhauer, Mike 45 Dauenhauer, Tony 35, 71, 79 Davis, Andy 41, 74, 79, 96 Davis, Carolyn 21 Davis, Carolyn Suzanne 21, 115,
Davis, Cecil 47, 104, 122, 128, 129, 118, 92 Davis, Jane 56 Davis, Jeffrey 21, 114 Davis, Phillip 21 Davis, Rhonda 41 Davis, Sharon 21, 100 Deckard, Denise 47 Deckard, James 47
DeHart, Rob 47
DeHart, Rod 47 ™
. DeHart, Ronda 47
Dellinger, Stephanie 47, 69, 85, 100, 117 , ;jj
DeLure, Georgia 47, 51, 104, 116 Demuth, Steve 57, 69. 78, 79, "95 DePaolo, Angie 35, 128fT20 Diehl, Toby 41, 69, 115, 98 Diehl, Todd 35 Disosway, Virginia 58,, 116 Doan, Doug 47, 128 Doan, Troy 32 Dockery, John 58, 74 Dowler, Mitch 41 Dowling, Rich 47 Downham, Angie 47, 69, 74, 104, 117, 118, 87 Downham, Todd 35, 69, 79, 90, 95, 92
Dudley, Cliff 35 Dudley, George 56 Dudley, Lisa 21, 119 Dudley, Susan 56 Dulworth, Peggy 47 Dunnichay, Nathaniel 21, 79 Durm, Timothy 21
Easley, Scott 22
Edens, Kim 11, 35, 112, 132, 118 Elmore, Debbie 41 Elsworth, Paulette 35, 115, 120 Emery, Anita 47, 100 Emery, James 45 Erdman, Debbie 47, 122 Erdman, Mike 35 Etchison, Lynnette 41, 129 Etchison, Rebecca 47, 117, 118 Everling, Tim 41, 74, 83, 128 Everling, Wayne 41
Fanning, Brian 35 Fanning, Dorothy 22 Farley, Chris 41, 74, 83 Farr, James 47 Faucett, Danny 41, 117 Faucett, Laurie 35, 112 Faulstich, Shawn 32 Faust, Charles 58 Fern, Kirby 22 Fern, Trenton 22, 69 95
Femung, Charles 41, 7 Fernung, Steven 22 Fesler, Joanna 41 Fettig, Cathy 41, 104, U'4,’t156 Fettig, Eric 41, 79, 117. 110, 92 Fettig, Karen 58
Fettig, Rebecca 22, 104, 115 ‘ Jf Fettig, Susan 47, 104, 115 Finan, Michael 22 Finan, Tim 41 Finnerty, John 32 Fisher, Sam 47
Fisher, Stella 22, 69, 85,-TOO, 1,22',
Stephanie 48, 104, 117, 118
Fisher, Steve 22
Florea, Richard 4, 22, 33, 69, 71, 117, 90, 91, 110, 111 Flowers, Billy 22 Flowers, Fred 47, 83, 117 Foley, Loris 47, 51, 104, 106, 117 Fortner, Don 58, 125 Fouts, James 48 Frazee, Marie 22 Fred, Carol 41 Fred, Jim 22, 128 Frye, Ed 48, 81, 117, 96 Frye, Kristofer 22, 114, 115, 128
Gaddis, Lori 23, 115, 120 Galbreath, Joe 48, 92 Galbreath, Joy 35 Galbreath, Rosemary 35 Galbreath, Tony 39 Gallapoo, Wayne 48 Garcia, Kevin 48, 5L 128 ; Mike 2
Haas, Ann 36 Haas, Autumn 32 Haas, Dave 41 Hahn, Mark 24, 128 Hahn, Lisa 48 Hahn, Tony 48 Hampton, Ken 36, 74 Hancher, Rick 24 Hanshew, Cheryl 24, 116 Hanshew, Melody 24 Hanshew, Terrie 48 Hanshew, Vicki 48, 106, 117, 123 Harmon, Lesa 48 Harney, Mark 48, 81 Harrell, Joe 36, 128 Harrell, Susie 48, 116 Harris, Carolyn Jo 24 Harris, Danny 36, 74, 83 Harris, Kenneth 24 Harris, Mary 36, 100, 112, 114, 116, 118, 111 Harris, Monte 24, 74, 8JJJ16 Harris, Tim 64
Hodson, Stanna 48, 115, 123 Hoel, Ernest 24, 79, 96 Hoel, Randy 36, 79, 96 Hofer, Kenny 24, 69, 71, 79 Hofer, Stephanie 48, 117 Hoffer, Dean 42, 128, 95 Hoffman, Ann 36, 116, 118, 111 Hoffman, David 58, 110 Holiday, Melody 42 Holmes, Danny 24, 83, 104, 107, 115, 123 Holtsclaw, Penny 36, 112, 120 Hook, Brad 42, 104 Hook, Doug 36
Hoose, Jill 42, 115, 117, 132, llC Hoose, Matthew 24 Hoppenrath, Andrea 48, 51, 11 122
Hoppenrath, Tony 36, 68, 11 House, Betty 58, 111 Howell, Gena 36 Hoi ton, Angela 42 y, Cindy 48
ri|er, Buich 41 Garner, Diana 58, 116 Garner, Don 58 L Garrison, Lori 41, 115, 116 Garrison, Troy 23, 104 Gerth, Alan
ibson, Kevin 48
Hawkins, Lois 36, 100, 112, 114, Hughes, Donnie 45,12%
' Gibson,'Sherry 41, 116„ 122 Gill, Laura 48, 116 Gill, Monte 35, 128"
Gillum, Srad 41, 104, 117, 129, 110
Giselhach, Brian 23 Goens, Christina 41, 117, 118 Goforth, Hannah 41, 119 ■
Goins, Ron 41, 104; llg, 129, Goodnight,, Larry 18c'35%l04 Goodwin, Kathleen 23 - |ia—
Gootee, Kevin 48 129, l- r" Gordon, ‘Jack 39 Gosnell, Penny 41, 69, 73, 87 Granger, Mike 35, 124, 96 Green, Christopher 23, 71 Green, Mike 32 Green, Patrick 23, 69, 82,
Green, Tonicay 35, 104, 106 Greenlee, Kim 41, 115 Gregg, Tyron 41 Gregory, Randy Grimes,
Grondin, Julie 41 Grondin, Thomas Groover, David 20, 23, 114 116, 111 Gross, Angela 41, 69, 85,
Gross, Homer 48 Gross, Sherry 36, 104, 116, 1
116, 129 Haynes, Bria 48 Haynes, Patricia 41, 118 Hayward, Gloria 36, 122, 119 Hayward, Phyllis 42, 115 obyn 24
Headje|, Julie 12, 42, 45, 114,
Hughes, Jeff 48, 51, 81, 96 Hughes, Mark 59, 79, 96 Hughes, Toni 36, 104, 116, 118 Humphrey, Kevin 48, 117 Hunnicut, Bill Hunsberger,
Heater, Harold 48 Heaton, Kara 36, 114 Heaton, Richard 48, 1 Helm, David 24, 33, 8:
112, 133, 110 slpling, Karen 36,
84, 100, 101, 117, pling, Mick 10,
Hembree, Steve 48, I Herniak, Christie 48,
Hiatt, Valerie 48, 104,
Hicks, Judith 58
Donna 42, 132 melrick, Terry 48, 69, 85, 116, , 110
Is, JoAnn 24, 69, 73, 83, 115 te, Aimee 24, 104 Hittle, Loretta 64 Hobbs. Keith 48 Hobbs, Susan 32, 115
100, 101 79
Herman 42, 128 my 42,104, 116
Jackman, Greg 42, 128 Jackman, Lisa 48, 100, 101, 117 Jackson, Bill 42, 79, 128
n, Diana 42, 115 m, Jennifer 25 42
ugustin 42, 128
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Johns, Susie 42, 98 Johnson, Sharon 59 Jolliff, Darin 49, 104, 116, 118 Jones, Amy 25, 69, 79, 100, 101,
112, 117, 111 Jones, Charles 36, 128 Jones, Jeff 42, 116 Jones, Jennifer 51, 104, 106 Jones, Valerie 49, 85, 100, 119. Jordon, Kelly 42, 100, 10L115, 118 Jyrland, Lena 25, 54, 100, 114, 132, 118
Kaiser, Julie 49, 69, 85, 117, 87, 110
Kaiser, Lori 36, 69, 84, 117, 98, 111
Kane, Brian 49
Kelich, David 32
Kelich, John 25
Kelich, Kevin 49
Kelich, Mark 36
Kelich, Patty 42
Kelich, Rosie 36, 69, 84, 100, 115,
Kelich, Stephanie 42, 104, 116
Keller, Kathy 36
Kelley, -L.G. 49
Kelly, Billy 25, 128
Kelly, J.C. 36, 96
Kelly, Lisa 36
Kelly, Ray Ellen 36, 127
Kendall, Jody 42
Kendall, Richard 25
Kendall, Teresa 25, 122, 110
Kendall, Troy 42
Kilgore, Janet 51, 59
Killian, Stephen 25
Kimura, Mami 25, 54, 100, 107,
123, 129, 118 Kincaid, Marla 59 Kinder, Shirley 59 Kiphart, Janies 56 Klein, Scott 49 Klein, Shawn 42 Kleyla, Jane 42, 69, 110 Kleyla, Judy .36, 98, 110 Knapp, Karen 10, 25, 104, 107, 112, 117, 133, 118, 111 Knotts, Angie 49, 51, 104, 116 Knotts, Kevin 13, 42, 68, 69, 117, 110, 92 Kupisch, Arthur 56
Lacey, Treasa 26 Landrum, John 36, 69, 71, 79 Landrum, Kevin 26, 69, 71, 78, 79, 115, 95 Lane, Lisa 26 Lane, Mike 43 Lane, Paul 36 Lane, Veronica 49 Langley, Jody 43, 104, 98 Lashure, Bryan 43 Lashure, Kirt 26 Laster, Robert 49, 81 LaSure, Andy 36, 82
LaSure, Trent 36 Lawson, Kim 43 Leakey, Kelly 36, 110 Leavell, Emily 56 Leavell, Scott 36, 111 Leavell, Stormi 45 Leavitt, Cindy 43 Lee, Don 43, 74, 79, 96 Leever, Gregory 26, 68, 69, 90 GeForce, Randy 43, 128 Leicht, Gloria 43 Leicht, Marla 26, 126, 119 Leisure, Donald 59 Leisure, J.R. 36, 71 Leisure, Martin 26, 28, 74, 115 Leisure, Shellie 36, 104, 106, 125, 119
Leonard, Sandy 36, 116, 128, 111
Lewellen, Bob 43, 45, 128
Lewis, Delbert 56, 126
Lewis, Kurt 43, 128
Lewis, Ray 36
Linder, Gary 59, 125
Loepke, Don 43, 128, 118
Logan, Loretta 26
Logan, Jim 37
Longnecker, Judy 37
Loser, David 26
Loser, Jeff 26
Lowder, Barb 26
Lucas, Marilyn 59
Luse, Debbie 37, 129, 118
Luse, Tom W. 26, 118
Luurtsema, Rhonda 59, 111
Luyet, Bret 43, 128
Luyet, Jeff 43
Luyet, Tim 43, 123
Lynas, Pamela 26
Lyons, Mona 43
McCarty, Walter 26 McClelland, Kecia 43, 69, 85
McClintock, Randy 39 McClish, Kevin 45 McClish, Larry 39 McClish, Timothy 26 McCool, Tonya 43 McCorkle, Seth 43, 114 McCorkle, Shawn 37 McDaniel, Laurie 43 McDermit, Linda 37,69, .73, 85, 114, 117, 87, 111 McElfresh, Tammy 37 McGuire, Todd 49, 81, 117, 92, 110 McIntyre, Lisa 43, 100, 115, 116, 122, 132, 110 McKinley, Darlene 26 McKinley, Eugenia 51 McKinley, Jeannie 43 McKnight, Tina 49 McPhearson, Allyson 37, 112, 114, 116, 118, 111 McPhearson, George 39, 116 McPhearson, Mary 26, 119 McPhearson, Sam 37, 79
McQuitty, Anna Mae 60, 122 McQuitty, Darrell 60, 81, 87 McQuitty, Cheryl 37, 69, 117 McQuitty, Jeri 43, 45, 69, 73, 116, 122, 87, 110
Maddox, Terri 49
Maish, Lisa 27, 117
Maish, Mike 43, 128
Maish, Tracey 43, 115, 117, 132,
Mflley, Kimberly 27, 117 Maley, Joe 43, 92 Maley, Toni 27, 122, 132, 118, 111 Mannies, Junior 59, 69, 71, 90, 91 Marcrum, Debbie 49, 123 Marcrum, Frank 37, 123, 128 Marley, Dan 37, 95 Marley, Dave 49, 81 Mason, Harold 49 Massey, Jeffery 27, 114, 128, 111 Massie, Scott 37 Mathys, Beth 37, 104, 106 Mathys, William 56 May, Regie 27, 33, 69, 79, 114, 128, 96, 110, 111 Mays, Jodi 43, 69, 79, 100, 101, 117, 98, 110 Mays, Steve 49, 81 Melton, Debbie 43 Melvin, Marian 5, 27, 33, 69, 79,
84, 100, 101, 114, 116, 98, 110,
Melvin, Ted 43, 74, 79 Mercer, Joan 60 Merritt, Raeanna 60, 111 Merritt, Richard 56, 110 Meschke, Catherine 27, 69, 84, 115, 133 87 110 Meschke,’Amy 49, 100, 118, 122 Metz, Helen 43 Middleton, David 60, 123 Miller, Bob 49 Miller, Brett 43 Miller, Cheryl 37 Miller, Dana 43 Miller, Lonnie 49, 123 Miller, Joe 49 Mills, Steve 43 Mitchell, Ken 49, 123, 128 Mitchell, Nancy 27 Mitchell, Sherry 43, 128 Mitroff, Randall 49 Mize, Gayl§ 43, 117, 128 Molden, Barb 49, 87 Molden, David 49, 115, 122, 129, 118
Molden, Dean 37, 116, 118 Molden, Debbie 43, 69, 73, 85, 122, 87
Molden, William 27 Monahan, Carla 43 Monahan, Marla 43, 104, 114, 117 Moody, Barry 43'
Moore, John’37, 74, 104, 112, 117,129, 118 Moore, Nancy 27, 114, 117, 111 Moore, Robert 60 Morgan, Ann 49, 104, 116, 129 Morgan, Charlie 37, 104, 116, 96 Morgan, George 64 Morgan, Keith 69, 71, 79, 116, 96, 95.110
Morgan, Phillip 27, 33. 68, 79, 114, 115. 95, 111! .
Morgan, Tim 49, 51, 81, 116, 92, 95, 110
Morris, Andrea 43, 104, 117, 118 Morris, Chip 37, 39, 71, 114, 117, 118, 90, 92 Morris, Lisa 37, 122, 119 Morris, Peggy 43 Morris. Richard 45 Morris, Terry 43, 128 Mosbaugh, Denise 64 Mosbaugh, Dwayne 49 Mountcastle, Lori 43 Mowell, Ricky 27, 128 Mull, Mark 27 Mullins, Robert 51 Mundy, Mark 49 Munns, Susie 49 Murphy, Gregory 27, 128 Murray, Tony 49 Musselman, Steve 37, 104
Nence, Dodi 37, 117 Nance, Todd 43, 74, 79 Nash, Tammy 43 Neese, Eric 49, 123 Nichols, Todd 43, 79, 92 Nickles, Angela 43, 107, 117, 123, 129 . m .
Nickles, Sherri 49-
Noble, Bonnie 37 Noble, Brian 49 Noble, Pam 37 Noble, Tammy 32 Noble, Vance 28, 128 Noone, Michael 28 Nuding, Lisa 28, 128, 129 Nunamaker, George 32
Ogden, Susan 49, 104, 117 Owdns, Mary 49, 122 Ozenbaugh, Kelly 50, 81, 96, 95 Ozenbaugh, Tamara 10, 28, 78, 83, 101, 133, 110
Pace, Ron 44, 117, 128 Pantos, Mildred 64 Parker, Christene 28 Parker, Janet 44, 115 Parker, Michael 50, 81 Patrick, Bill 44 Pattison, Kevin 28, 124 Pavan, Ron 50, 104, 92 Payne, Nancy 50 Payne, Sheila 50 Payne, Sherry 39 Peace, Gary 32
Pearson, Brian 44 Pearson, James 28, 69, 71, 106, 90, 111
Peeper, Rachel 64 Pedro, Lynn 50, 69, 117, 87, 110 Pelletrino, Dera 44 Pelletrino, Steve 37, 39, 71, 90, 110 Pena, Sandra 121 Penn, Willie 50, 132 Perez, Angie 7, 117 -• Perez, Jamiel50 Personette, Linda 60, 69, 85, 87 Peting, David 128 Petit, Steven 28, 74, 83, 114, 111 Phenis, Michael 28, 71, 114, 120 Phillips, Johnny 28 Phillips, Marcia 37, 100, 112, 116, 129, 132, 118 Phillips, Tom 50 Pimenta, Jose 121 Pinkleton, Dean 32 Pipkins, William 32 Plake, Don 64
Plue, Robin 44, 115, 117, 132 Ponder, Betty 37, 116 Ponder, Georgeanna 44, 116 Poole, Mary 64 Poore, Morris 44, 115 Poor, Steven 28, 33, 68, 69. 114, 117, 90, 111 Poynter, Debbie 50, 100, 101 Prestwood, Angie 50 Prieshoff, Anne 28 Priest, Lynn 44, 104, 117, 118 Prus, Lori 50, 114 Puterbaugh, Carol 28, 104, 124, 118
Raines, Candy 37 Raines, Jim 50 Ramey, Lori 37 Ray, George 60 Ray, Marty 44, 128 Ray, Nick 37, 74, 79, 104, 116, 118, 96
Ray, Sandi 32, 119 Rayshich, Daniel160 Rebuck, Dan 37 Rebuck, Kelly 37
Rebuck, Leslie 4, 28, 104, 106, 115, 110
Rebuck, Neal ‘50, 81, 110
Rector, Rick 37, 7L, 79, 95
Reeves, Jerry 50, 81, 117
Reeves, Kenny 28
Retherford, Dale 29
Reynolds, Brad 44, 92
Reynolds, Stephen 29
Rice, Matt 37, 125
Rich, Jeffery 29, 125, 111
Rich, Julie 50, 116
Richards, David 44, 122
Rider, Kasin 50, 69, 85, 117, 87, 110
Riley, Kevin 37, 39, 117, 96, 111,
Riser, Ron 44, 128 Rittenhouse, Bill 50, 122
Rittenhouse, Karen 29, 115 Rittenhouse, Sara 37, 39, 104, 114, 111
Ritter, Barry 50, 104 Roberson, Steve 45 Robertson, Barbara 37, 117 Robertson, Randy 50, 81, 128 Robertson, Chuck 37 Robertson, Susan 50 Robison, Michele 44, 117 m m rrie 44, 115, 114, 117,
Roby, Beth 44 Roe, Dean 37 Roe, Mike 38 Roe, Tom 38, 92 Rogers, Mary Ann 38 Rogers, Roxie 38 Roland, Larry 39 Romine, Billy 39 Romine, Bill 44 Romine, Lora 45 Romine, Penny 44 Rominger, Darrin 50, 128 Rominger, Jeff 44 Rominger, Mark 29, 71 Rominger, Richard 44, 107, 114, 116
Rubush, Kevin 29, 112, 133, 118 Rumler, Tim 38, 71
Runyan, Shelley 38, 115, 116 Runyan Stacey 44, 104, 116
Saldana, Natividad 29 Sales, Alexandre 121 Sallee, Bob 44 Sallee, Donna 50 Sallee, Tom 50
Sanders, Tanna Longerbone 29 Savage, Jim 50, 116, 92, 110 Savage, Steve 64 Schimmel, Cindra 29, 114, 116 Schimmel, Larry 44, 128 Schmidt, Edward 60, 128 Scholl, Lisa 38, 120 Schwear, Naomi 60, 119 Scircle, John 38, 68, 104, 114, 117, 110, 111 Scott, Debbie 38, 112, 133 Scott, Dennis 38, 71, 79 Scott, Gerald 29, 69, 79, 122, 96 Scott, Jim 38 Shallenberger, Brian 50 Shallenberger, Jon 38, 74, 79, 96 Shallenberger, Paul 29, 69, 74, 79, 119, 95
Shawhan, Cheryl 29, 132, 133
Shawhan, Earl 44
Sheffield, Lyle 61
Sheffield, Peggy 29
Shelton, Sue 44, 107, 115, 123, 129
Shepard, Delania 30, 115
Shepherd, David 44, 83, 114
Shepherd, Jon 38
Sherman, Steve 38, 114, 117
Short, Angie 50Short, Kecia 44 Shull, Dean 30, 126 Shull, Richard 44, 128 Silvey, Rhonda 38 Simmons, Benny 50, 81 Simpson, Tammy 38 Simpson, Tina 30 Singer, Pam 50, 107 Singer, Rick 44 Singer, Ron 38 I Sizelove, Brian 44 Sizelove, Laura 38, 73, 84, 114, 122, 95, 110, 111 Sizelove, Shawn 38, 112, 123 Sizelove, Walter 44, 107, 112, 114, 116
Skeen, Cindy 38 Skeen, George 50, 81, 96 Skoczylas, Denise 38 Skoczylas, Dennis 30, 79, 96 Slate, Glenda 64 Slate, Mel 44, 123 Small, Rex 30, 79 Smith, Aimee 30, 100 Smith, Andrew 30 Smith, Bill 44 Smith, David 45 Smith, Gregory 30 Smith, Jim 50, 128 Smith, Jodi 44 Smith, Marty 38 Smith, Roger 50, 81, 92 Smith, Stephanie 50, 116 Smith, Susan 30, 119 Smith, William 30, 112, 116, 118, 133 '
So, Beth 44, 116 Sosbe, Mark 50
Sovern, Tina 44 100, 114, 117, 129, 118
Spearman, Kim 38 ‘ Stafford, Susie 38, 112, 114, 116, HC132, 111 Stage, Kathryn 30 Stage, Marty 44, 114, 128 W Standridge, Dana 44 I J Stansberry, David 38 f Starkey, Betty 61, 111 Starr, Greg 38
Stephens, Karen 38, r j Stephens, Regina 38 S
Stevens, Julie 38 Stewart, Charlotte 50,
Stewart, Eric 50, 96 Stewart, Jean 64 Sfewart, Jeannie (Jr.) 50, 71 lfc»»»Stewart, Jeannie (Fr.) 38, 87 Stewart, Matt 44, 128 Stickler, Jim 50
ler, Sheryl 30, 119 Stouf, Bob 44 Stout, Patti 45 Strong, Janice 45, 117 Strunk, Jerry 50 Strunk, Laura 38 Sullivan, Joanne 61, 132, 133
Sullivan, Rebecca 30 Swartz, Lee 30, 104, 106, 115 Swinford, Danny 50, 92
Tackett, Rebekah 45 Talley, John 30, 69, 90, 91, 92 Talley, Phil 38, 114, 90 Taylor, Melodi 30, 33, 112, 114, 118 Taylor, Tony 50, 116 Taylor, Troy 45, 129 Teachnor, Jackie 50, 104, 116 Tharp, Aimee 45, 12, 114 J
Tharp, Robert 31, 74, 83, 116 Theoharris, Evan 51, 114, 116 Thornberry, Jerri 45, 104, 106, 115, 123, 129
Thornberry, Lisa 45, 104, 106, 115 Thornberry, Marilyn 56 Todd, Terry 31 Tolle, Elvonna 61, 119 Tomlinson, Mary 61 Tomlinson, Myra 38, 127 Tomlinson, Toni 45 Toney, David 38, 104, 128 Toney, George 31 l jM
Toney, Jennifer 45, 104, 106 Towe, Laura 38, 123 Townsend, Marty 38, 116 Townsend, Mike 31 Tracey, Mary Lou 31 Troutman, Brian 32 Trueblood, Lisa 51 Tunnell, Cathy 51 Turner, Lisa 31, 115 Turner, Paula 38, 104, 106, 127 Tyner, Brett 31 Tyner, Christi 45 Tyner, Mary Ann Twiford, Ed 4
VanBuskirk, Brian 51, 118, 92 . JnBuskirk, Joni 38, 69, 104, 106,
S 117,98, 99
VahNess, Andrea 31, 133 .. WanWagner, June 61 Vest, Jeffery 31 Vinson, Mark 38, 71, 78, 79
Walker, Bobby 38, 69, 71, 79, 90, 95, 110, 92, 111 Wallace, Jeff 61, 114 Warner, Chris 32 Warner, Tony 38 Warpool, Vonda 45 Watson, Don 31 Watson, Earl 56 Watson, Gretchen 56 Watson, Patricia 45, 69, 73, 85, 110 Waymire, Laura 38, 110 Weaver, Larry 38, 68, 69, 82, 128, 111
Webb, Penny 38, 104 Welcher, Richard 51, 82, 92 Welker, Roberta 61
Wells, Janet 51 Wells, Marisa 38 Wells, Marla 38
Wells, Martin 31, 69, 74, 78, 79, 96, 95
Werline, David 51, 81 West, Jessica 31, 114, 115, 98 West, Joe 45, 74, 128 Whetsel, Michael 31 Whetsel, Patricia 45 Whisler, Art 38 Whisler, Donald 31 Whisler, Jamie 38, 39, 104, 106,
115, 117 Whisler, Nina 31 Whisler, Pennie 51, 69, 104, 106, 117, 87 Whisler, Robert 32 Whisler, Ronald 31 White, Christy 51, 117 Whitinger, Jeff 51, 92 Wians, Jeff 39, 69, 79 Wideman, Tony 32 Wilburn, Sandy 51, 104, 106, 116 Wilhoite, Deena 32 Wilhoiie, bandy 12 Williams, Kevin 32 Williams, Gary 45 Williams, George 61 Williams, Harold 61 Williams, Joe 61, 79 Williams, Kim 39 Williams; Pam 45, 132, 118 Williams, Penny 39, 104 Williams, Tom 45 Williams, Thomas 51 Willingham, Debbie 32 Wills, David 51, 92 Wills, Diana 45, 132 Wilson, Bonnie 39, 128 Wilson, Joe 32 Wilson, Michelle 45 Wilson, Patrick 32, 79, 95 Wilson, Tina 51 Wines, Angie 51 Wines, Marcie 45 W'isner, Teresa 32 Wittebort, Larry 45 Wittkamper, Darrell 10, 45, 104 Wood, Matt 39, 69, 71, 114, 90, 91, 110, 111 Woodruff, Robert 61 Woodrum, Cheryl 39 Woodrum, Robert 39 Worsley, Mark 51, 92 Wright, Dave 51
Yates, Barbara 61, 69, 72, 99, 73, 98 Yohe, Sandra Dee 32
Zink, Gary 51 Zink, Paul 39
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