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

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 Elwood’s School Zone consists of 1. Elwood Community High School, 2. John Hinds Area Vocational School. 3. Administration Building, 4. Football Stadium, 5. Baseball Press Box. ool e Sc Zo 1 4“Rhapsody ’81” was the theme for our 1981 variety show. Mr. Bruce Sellers, band director, directed the variety show in two spectacular performances held May 1 and 2. “Rhapsody ’81“ featured many students in skits, songs, and dances. Closing the show for the grand finale was the traditional “Battle Hymn of the Republic”. 1 The band closes the show by playing the traditional “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” 2. She should go professional. 3. Boy. can they sing and dance! 4. Let’s do the Can Can! 5. Boy. this floor is cold! 6. Tammy Baker, and Lori Buster sing “Sailing” while Mark Vinson accompanies them on the guitar. 5Prom Royalty: Sara Rittenhouse and Keith Morgan were crowned Queen and King by Junior Class President Mick Helpling. Students attending Prom ’81 were welcomed warmly to the “Gala Celebration” by doormen and waiters in top hats and tails. Everyone received the red-carpet treatment and entered a setting of the Plaza Hotel with all elegance imagined. Tables were complete with champagne glasses, balloons, and confetti, and couples were entertained by the music of Sunday Drive, the band furnished by the Senior Class. Sara Rittenhouse was crowned Queen, and Keith Morgan was chosen King as everyone enjoyed themselves while overlooking the fantastic New York skyline. 6Queen Candidates, first row. left to right, Bev Butcher, Julie Stevens, Queen Sara Rittenhouse, Susan Bogard, Lori Kaiser; second row, left to right, King Candidates John Landrum, Mark Vinson, Steve Pelletrino, Cliff Dudley, King Keith Morgan. 1. Couples enjoy the slower moments of the “Celebration." 2. Mr. and Mrs. Paquin skip the light fantastic. 3. Freshmen served as waitresses and doormen. I k k 7' A A of the 8AJew Horizons Ahead After passing many signs the last four years the Senior Class on May 27, 1981, passed the go sign to a life away from El-wood High and on to many ways of life. Valedictorian speakers for the commencement were Sara Rittenhouse, John Scircle, and Laura Sizelove. Their topics were “The Past, the Present and the Future.” Keith Morgan, class president, gave the closing remarks to the graduating seniors as they left on their way to explore new horizons. 1. The BIG moment has arrived for 1981 Seniors to switch their tassels. 2. Sara Rittenhouse speaks to the seniors about their past. 3. Gary Boy land, Shaun McCorkle. Alan Gerth and Dan Rebuck enjoy the short time left before commencement. 4. Lori Buster comforts Tammy Baker before taking the big step. 5. Steve Whitehead gives Bobby Walker a helping hand before commencement. 6. Angie Carron accepts her passport into the future from Mr. Merritt 7. Cheryl McQuitty shows her happiness about taking that big step into the future. 10Defensive played an excellent football game with Don Lee named as best defensive player and Chuck Fernung and Ted Melvin, best offensive players. During half-time with the score of 14-0, Jeri McQuitty was crowned Homecoming Queen. Homecoming Queen Candidates and Court left to right: Brad Reynolds, Lisa McIntyre; Tyron Gregg, Dawn Paquin; King Joe Maley, Queen Jeri McQuitty; Tom Carmer, Trish Watson; Rick Kendall, Patty Whetsel.Panther victory over Tipton’s Blue Devils Saturday, October 10. Seniors conquered all over homecoming weekend with seniors getting rowdy at the EHS pep session to capture the spirit stick. They won over junior girls in a powder puff game with a score of 12-6. At half-time Joe Maley was crowned Homecoming King. Following the game, Student Council sponsored a bonfire to celebrate homecoming. Building floats for competition is a big thing during homecoming. Seniors took top place in float competition with juniors, second; freshmen, third; and sophomores, fourth. BUJWtflAUlAY y 1315Caution... 16Oncoming Athlete 17 S3 Elwood's E-Men Club includes front row. left to right, D. Collins, K. Bogard, T. Clark, C. Farley, K. Ozenbaugh, K. Knotts. Coach Stan Daugherty; second row, E. Fettig, T. Collins, N. Long, G. Zink, M. Harney, E. Frye, R. Lynch; third row, T. Nichols, H. Idiewine, B. Reynolds. M. Worsley. E. Theoharris, T. McGuire, T. Morgan; fourth row, B. Moody. B. Jackson. A. Davis, D. Lee, R. Runyan, S. Hembree, Coach Steve Demuth. icrn Elwood’s E-Women Club consists of first row, left to right. A. Hoppenrath, Coach Barbara Yates, T. Watson, J. McQuitty, T. Himmelrich, J. Kaiser. Coach Linda Personette, C. Leavitt; second row, K. Boston, D. Poynter, R. Huffman. J. Langley, K. Rider. T. McQuitty, M. Boruff; third row, B. Cress. L. Pedro, T. Cox. D. Molden, S. Dellinger. P. Whlsler, M. Carpenter. C. Carmer, P. Gosnell. To earn an E-letter there are some requirements you have to meet. You have to earn 1 full point in one sport. Requirements are set by the head coach of each sport. This year’s E-Women officers are Jeri McQuitty, Terry Himmel-rick. Juli Kaiser, Trish Watson.Elwood’s 1981 golf team had a fine season. In dual matches they were 11-3. The team placed 10th. in the sectional and won the CIC conference. Mark Worsley was the most valuable player with a 39.7 average. Steve Hembree had a 41.8 average while Kevin Knotts trailed with a close 41.9. Kirk Brenner had a 44.7, and Alan Gerth finished with a 46.7 average. Golf team members pictured left to right, first row are Shawn Burton. Dean Hofer, Tony Hoppenrath; second row. Evan Theoharis, Jeff Whitinger. Scott Hasecuster. Mark Worsley, Kelly Walker. Rich Welcher; third row, Laura Sizelove, Alan Gerth. Roger Smith. Kevin Knotts. Kirk Brenner. Steve Hembree, Jay Fouts. Tom Roe. Coach Howard Huffman. 19Cindermen set new First row. left to right: George Dauenhauer. Nick Ray. Danny Harris. Jeff Wiand, Mike Burdsall. Jeff Cotten; second row: Dennis Scott. John Moore. Hector Alvarez, Tim Hoel. Keith McCool, Troy Hodson, Scott Carroll, Ted Melvin: third row: Marianne Carpenter, Kevin Bogard, Don Lee. Mark Harney, Rich Lynch. Dennis Basham. Tom Clark. Chris Farley, Kathleen Cleaver; fourth row: Asst. Coach Harold Williams, Joe West. Head Coach Steve Demuth. Todd Nance, Andy Davis. Asst. Coach Mark Hughes. Our mighty Panther cindermen finished last season with a fine record of 7-1, after dropping one meet to Frankton by only one point. The fine running and field abilities combined made up one of the better teams of the past few years. Ted Melvin succeeded in setting a new school record in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 38.8 and helped to set a new record in the 400-meter relay along with Todd Nance, Andy Davis, and Jeff Cotten for a time of 45.8. Melvin also obtained two firsts in the C.I.C. to lead the team to a fourth place seat and a super end to a fine season. Panther fans can look forward to another good season this year under the Sign of the Panther. 20; 21The record for the girls’ team was 2 wins and 8 losses, but those numbers can’t actually represent the hard work and effort that was put into every meet. Coach Yates listed Tammy Alumbaugh, Maria Bourff, Karen Helpling, Juli Kaiser, Trish Watson, and Karina Lerkenfeldt as the outstanding team members in their events. Girls involved in the Sectional were Juli Kaiser, Karen Helpling, 100-meter hurdles; Tammy Alumbaugh, Rosie Kelich, Jeri McQuitty, Lynn Pedro, 800-meter relay; Maria Bourff, Tammy Alumbaugh, discus; Rae Ann Huffman, Juli Kaiser, Pennie Whisler, Becky Cress, 1600-meter relay; and Lynn Pedro, long jump. Expectations are high for an even stronger team next season. GOOD LUCK, girls! Top: Tammy Alumbaugh shows good form in running relays. Above: Karina Lerkenfeldt seems to “float” as she leads the race.Girls’ track team: first row, left to right. Bev Butcher. Terry Himmelrick, Nancy Coston, Sherry Gibson, Rosie Kelich, Debbie Molden, Ann Hartsock, Mrs. Blair, Asst. Coach; row two: Juli Kaiser, Tammy Alumbaugh, Karen Helpling, Karina Lerkenfeldt. Jeri McQuitty, Trish Watson. Rae Ann Huffman; row three: Linda McDermit, Kim Hartsock, Kasia Rider, Lynn Pedro, Pennie Whisler, Anne Morgan, Becky Cress, Maria Boruff, Stephanie Dellinger. Not pictured, Coach Barbara Yates. Above: Trish Watson sprints to the finish. Right: Juli Kaiser, left, and Terry Himmelrick take a breather at one of the meets. Lower right: The intensity of competition is shown in Pennie Whisler’s expression. 23Warning ... l r-T T I T Varsity team members left to right, first row, Eric Neese, manager; Mark Vinson. Bob Walker. Matt Wood, Chip Morris, Brian Stockdale, manager; second row. John Landrum, Tim Morgan, Todd Nichols, Steve Garcia, Barry Moody. John Connors. J.R Leisure; third row, Assistant Coach Joe Williams. Steve Pelletrino, Tony Dauenhauer, Jeff Boruff. Joe Maley, Coach Mike Bomholt. Coach Mike Bomholt’s baseball team showed signs of just how tough Panther players can be. The 1981 team became the first team in E.C.H.S. history to carry a perfect 7-0 CIC record to win the conference. The varsity team consisted of ten seniors. Matt Wood, Tony Dauenhauer, and John Landrum all made first team all-conference. Leading pitchers for the Panthers were Jeff Boruff and Tony Dauenhauer. Each went 5-1, but Boruff made a super show at Wabash with a “no-hitter”. Baseball fans can look forward to another good season because the Panther players are definitely showing signs of a winning season. 24Curve Ahead Jr Varsity team members are. first row. left to right. Kevin Stiner. manager; Frank Gosnell, Alan Gosnell. Jeff Hughes. Don Roe. manager, second row. Gary Z.nk. Jack Dowler. Mike Blackford. Brian Haskett. Br.an House. Kevin Leisure; third row. Coach Joe Williams. Shaun Stephens. Rodger Runyan. Don Hughes. Bruce Everson. 25CROSS O g U N T R Y Elwood’s cross country team, coached by Mr. Harold Williams, placed 7th out of 14 teams in the Jay County Invitational meet October 3. They went on to beat Frankton October 14 and placed 2nd in the Tipton Invitational October 17. The team took 5th place in the CIC conference meet. Senior Tom Clark, in his final year in cross country, broke Elwood’s record of 16:31 for a distance of 3.1 miles (5,000 meters.) Tom’s new record is 16:11. Tom, named outstanding runner for 1981, placed 8th in Sectional competition at Blackford October 17 and advanced to Regional October 24. where he placed 10th and then on to the Semi-state at Fort Wayne October 31. 26tennis Above: Thor Nordahl displays the serve that won him a place in the sectional. Below: Kevin Knotts displays his lip-biting back hand. Varsity, left to right: Rich Welcher, Neal Rebuck. Thor Nordahl. Jerry Reeves. Scott Carroll. Evan Theoharris, Kevin Knotts. Coach Brian Courtney. J.V.. left to right: Mark Lowder. Mark Leavell. Lisa Stover. Marty Ray. Steve Carmer. Lisa Barr. Coach Brian Courtney. Elwood’s tennis record for the year is 1-9, not really a good indication of the team’s effort. Coach Brian Courtney commented, “With the exception of the Wabash and Taylor matches, we were in all the matches up to the end. We have not instilled the “killer instinct’’ in ourselves. We let a lot of matches get away because of this. I feel that working with junior high kids as I have tried should help strengthen the squad in the years to come.’ Thor Nordahl, exchange student from Norway, racked up an overall 8-2 record and 6-1 in the CIC. He won first round in the sectional defeating Alexandria 6-3, 6-2. He then downed Shenandoah 6-0, 6-0, and Pendleton Heights 6-4, before going down to defeat to Muncie North 6-2, 6-0. Including post season wins and losses, Thor’s total record was 11-3.Signs ofGreatness! Varsity: First row, left to right: E. Ncese. K Reeves. K Boston. J. Kleyla. J Hoose. K Tucker. A Morris. J. Mays. P Singer; second row: S. Burton. L Scholl. B VanBuskirk. G Zink. D Lee. M Worsley. M Harney. C Peace; third row: T. Nance. T Hoel. B Haskett. K. Ozenbaugh. C Adams. D. Moody. B. Brown. R. Lynch. G. Jackman. D Silvey; fourth row D Basham. C. Fcrnung. H. Idlewine. T Nickles. E Frye. T Melvin. K Bogard. T. McGuire. B Moody. B Jackson. T. Collins; fifth row C. Fernung, E Fettig. D Marley. G. Jackman. R. Holmes. R. Runyan. D. Collins. T Morgan. A Davis. R. Smith; sixth row: Coach D Stewart. Coach H Huffman. Coach P. Huffman. Coach A Knapp. Coach R. Runyan. Head Coach S Demuth. Coach D. McQuitty. Coach S. Patz, Coach M. Hughes. Coach S. Myers. Coach R. Leavitt SCHEDULE Us Them Lafayette Harr son 12 31 Mt Vernon 24 18 Blackford 6 14 Mississinewa 26 0 Alexandria 23; 1 20 Madison Grant 20 0 Tipton 28 13 Peru 21 0 1,. Pendleton Hts. 42 14 Wabash 37 0 The Lean. Mean, Fighting Machine of the Elwood Panthers clawed its way to a fine finish this year with an 8-2 record. The Panthers tied the CIC with Alexandria, whom they beat earlier in the season with a score of 23-20. The varsity team also had an outstanding player in Ted Melvin. He rushed 1,217 yds. to become the second back in Elwood’s history to have back to back 1,000 yd. seasons. Ted was awarded UPI All-State Offense and AP All-County Defense. Ted, Todd Nance, and Eric Fettig were named to the All-Conference team. Six other Panther players made All-County. 29The Panther Junior Varsity had a young team this year composed of 5 juniors and 10 sophomores. Playing with only 15 members the J.V. didn’t have the opportunity to rest more than three players at a time. Therefore, most of the scoring done against them was in the fourth quarter when the team was fatigued. “The 3-5 record doesn’t indicate the ability of a fine J.V. team.” said J.V. Coach Alan Knapp. First row, left to right: Andy Harvill. Harold McCray. Lester Niccum, Chris Reeves, Robert McMullin. Brian Riley. Brent Boston; second row: Curt Dauenhauer, Joe Foley. Steve Thornberry, Jorge Cases. Steve Tolle, George Pavan; third row: Mark Morgan. John Kleyla. Pat Holliday. Todd Bragg. Scott Hughes. Scott Higgins. Mark Lyons; fourth row: Coach Phil Huffman. Jeff Helpling. Todd Klein, Randy Bannister. John West. Donnie Strong. Coach Darrell McQuitty. The Frosh finished out their season with a 4-3 mark this year, beating Alexandria, Missis-sinewa, Peru, and Madison Grant. Pat Holliday was chosen as the Leading Rusher, Donnie Strong took the title of Most Valuable Offensive Player, while John Kleyla was honored with the title of Most Valuable Defensive Player. Pat Holliday was the team’s Most Valuable Player Over All. Varsity team members: First row. left to right. Trish Watson, Kecia McClelland. Rae Ann Huffman, Juli Kaiser. Terry Himmelrick; second row, left to right, Asst. Coach Myra Balser, Stephanie Dellinger, Patty Whetsel, Debbie Molden, Maria Bourff, Kasia Rider. Coach Linda Personette |IJU W 1 „ - Above Rae Ann Huffman shows good serving technique. Above right: Juli Kaiser returns the ball as team members watch in the Tipton game. Right: Serves like this one of Trish Watson's helped in establishing the ability in winning games.Our Lady Panthers had a very impressive season this year. “The varsity started out playing super volleyball,” commented Head Coach Linda Personette. The first six matches found the girls losing only to Pendleton and winning over Westfield, Marion, Oak Hill, a strong Frankton team, and Marion Bennett. The team then fell into a slump, losing three straight, but started to recover when they met Madison Heights and played two fine games with very close scores, 15-10 and 15-12, Madison Heights. The last part of regular season play saw the Panthers win 5 of 7, losing close ones to Madison Grant and Highland. In sectional play, Elwood gave rival Oak Hill a contest in the first game, winning 14-12; only to lose the match in the second and final games, 13-15 and 8-15. Finishing fourth place in the Conference play with a final record of 11-9, Elwood Varsity had a great season. Three players were selected for their fine play. Debbie Molden was chosen to the first CIC team, Trish Watson, to the second CIC Team, and Rae Ann Huffman named to the second team, Madison County. The B-Team, comprised of nine freshmen and two sophomores, finished the season with 2 wins, 15 losses. As the season progressed. Coaches Balser and Personette were quite pleased with the progress the girls made. Just wait until next year! 1. Patty Whetsel "gives her all" to help in the attack. 2. Trish Watson was chosen for second team. CIC. 3. Debbie Molden was selected to the first team. CIC for her fine play 4. Rae Ann Huffman was added to the second team. Madison County. 5. Junior Varsity players Cheryl Dodd (5) and Marianne Carpenter (30) are shown in one of their matches. -o 1981'82 Junior Varsity: Front row. left to right, Brenda Tracy. Cheryl Dodd. Kelly Peters, Caroline Carmer. Marianne Carpenter. Treva Smith; second row, left to right. Asst. Coach Myra Balser, Angie Hobbs. Julie Wiand, Shelly Whitinger. Kara Wilhoite, Tammy McClish, Coach Linda Personette.BASKETBALL Them 43 Madison Grant 42 48 Kokomo Haworth 53 29 Pendleton Hts 61 43 Lapel 57 62 Noblesville 61 42 Frankton 65 41 Madison Hts. 80 42 Mt. Vernon 54 77 Hamilton Hts. 80 50 Mississinewa 40 53 Alexandria 73 54 Blackford 67 70 Taylor 53 42 Tipton 53 74 Tri-Central 62 52 Marion Bennett 49 56 Wabash 44 87 Westfield 78 60 Peru 62 65 Highland 107 34 BEST SINCE ’74 Back row: left to right. Coach Mike Bomholt, Coach Phil Huffman, Kevin Knotts, Joe Maley, Shawn Stevens, Rodger Runyan. Steve Hembree, Coach Joe Williams. Head Coach Stan Daugherty; Front row: Eric Neese. Brian Stockdale. Brad Reynolds, Mark Worsley, David Wills. Jeff Marada, Tim Morgan. Cecil Davis, Rich Lynch. “This was the most improved team in one season that I have ever coached,” stated Head Coach Stan Daugherty. Having only two experienced varsity players at the start of the season in Joe Maley and Steve Hembree, the team worked hard and improved greatly from December 1st to the middle of January. Rebounding, passing, and shooting were the three areas of biggest improvement. El wood had an offensive average of 43.8 points in the first eight games and in the next ten games El-wood’s average shot up 17.7 points to 61.5 points a game. Elwood’s varsity team had its best year since 1974 with a record of 9-13. 35 farJunior Varsity Row 1: Eric Nccsc, manager; Cecil Davis, manager; Frank Gosnell, David Wills, Rich Lynch, manager; Brian Stockdale, manager; Row 2; Coach Phil Huffman, Brian Haskett, Nick Long, Roger Holmes, Jamie Whetstone, Todd M« Guire, Jeff Merida. El wood 43 El wood 32 El wood 25 Elwood 42 Elwood 35 Elwood 22 Elwood 47 Elwood 34 Elwood 46 Elwood 55 Elwood 36 Elwood 40 Elwood 42 Elwood 60 Elwood 47 Elwood 59 Elwood 54 Elwood 43 Elwood 42 Elwood 46 Madison Hts. Haworth Pendleton Lapel Noblesville Frankton Madison Hts. Mt. Vernon Hamilton Hts. Mississinewa Alexandria Blackford Taylor Tipton Tri Central Marion Bennett Wabash Westfield Peru Highland The Junior Varsity has had a fine season this year with a great 11-9 record. They had many close games. All of the players have done great jobs, and some have also helped in varsity play. Coach Phil Huffman stated that defense, passing, and shooting are some of the skills that have improved this year on the Junior Varsity team. The early part of the season was very frustrating. Lack of intensity coast them some games. Coach Huffman’s Panthers improved their win-loss record February 5, 6, and 9, by defeating Tipton, Tri Central, and Marion Bennett. Coach Huffman said that the JV had played more like a team the last few games. 36Frosh... on i Row 1: Eric Poore, David Holliday, Brian Riley, Dusty McCord, Bret Jones, Row 2: Paul Reynolds, David Mitchell, John Kleyla, Pat Holliday, Rich Roberson, Steve Thornberry, Row 3: Donnie Strong, Levi Stutzman, Jerry Gross, Terry Morris, Coach Joe Williams. move! El wood 31 Elwood 38 Elwood 35 Elwood 14 Elwood 41 Elwood 34 Elwood 38 Elwood 42 Elwood 31 Tipton Tourney Elwood 27 Elwood 18 Elwood 34 Elwood 44 Elwood 27 Tipton 40 Mississincwa 42 Frankton 58 Alexandria 48 Lapel 50 Wes Del 49 Madison Grant 56 Hamilton Hts. 51 Madison Hts. 58 Alexandria 52 Hamilton Hts. 46 Wabash 30 Marion Bennett 46 Pendleton Hts. 26 “B” Team Record Won Lost 5 6 Both the A and B team had a fine season. The records are misleading because the boys did a fine job, and some of the games were very close. Coach Williams said that he is getting the team ready to play JV and Varsity in the upcoming years. Paul Reynolds, Donnie Strong, Bret Jones, John Kleyla, and Pat Holliday are the team’s top scorers for the frosh. 3738 Sectional ’82 V Panthers Show Signs Of Strength 39[ SUPER OUTSTANDING STUDENTS tm 40Back Row: Coach Darrell McQuitty, Chrisli Pedro, Maria Bourff, Stephanie Dellinger, Kasia Rider, Penny Gosnell, Asst. Coach Sue Scott; Front Row 2: Debbie Molden, Terri Himmelrick, Julie Kaiser, Debbie Poynter, Rae Ann Huffman. Although the Panther girls did not have their share of victories this season, they did play excellent ball. The season was haunted by the loss of some really close games that were lost in the final seconds. The three senior members, RaeAnn Huffman, Penny Gosnell, and Maria Bourff, had an outstanding season. Penny finished the season with 8.2 points per game and Maria had a .625 shooting percentage. RaeAnn finished the year with 85 points, 12.3 points per game, 26 assists, and 58 steals. The J.V., coached by Ms. Sue Scott, had a final record of 1-13, but both Coach McQuitty and Coach Scott have high hopes for the girls in the following years. Coach McQuitty commented that the girls had shown outstanding signs of improvement during the season and that fans could look forward to exciting seasons ahead. 42Bottom row - Cindy Tunnell, Kelly Peters. Kirsi Lahde. Shelly Whitinger, Teresa McPhearson; Top row — Manager Debbie Molden. Lisa Stover. Julie Wiand, Angie Hobbs. Simone Huber, Tammy McClish. Coach Sue Scott.Varsity Cheerleaders - Above: left to right, seated, Jodi Mays, Jill Hoose; standing, Shawn Burton. Don Lee, Jim Savage. Darin Moody', Barry Moody. Bill Jackson; on top, Kim Reeves. Jane Kleyla. Kim Tucker, Andrea Morris, Kim Boston. “We are the Panthers we are the best the other team can’t take a rest” could well be the theme for this year’s cheerleaders. Cheerleaders of the 1981-82 season worked hard to make this an exciting sports year for both football and basketball. Earlier in the year all the cheerleaders went to Butler University camp for a week to learn more skills in performing at games. El-wood also has something new this years. We now have boy cheerleaders on our varsity squads. They helped tremendously during basketball season with difficult formations. They really caught on fast. The season went by quickly and was an outstanding year for the three cheerleading squads. Pep Club — Top. Front row, left to right: A. Gipson. L. Snyder. K. Tucker, J. Mays. G. Millspaugh, T. McQuitty, S. Fettig, J. Copher, J. Hoose. A Morris, K. Boston. S. Gibson, T. Cross. J. Stout; row 2: M. Shepard. A. Burnette, B. Moody, B. Jackson. K. Reeves. J. Kleyla. J. Savage, C. Stewart. S. White. A. Shuppard. T. Mitchell. R. Smith; row 3: V. Jackson. C. Curry, M. Altherr, J. Howey, D. Lee, S. Burton. D. Moody, M. Monahan. T. Connors, L. Morris. B. Collier. L. Hartley; row 4: N. Coston, A. Si2elove, K. Jordan. V. Bastin. J. Hughes, S. Burton. R. Hobson, K. Lahde, C. Fettig, L Priest. A. Mundy. A. Everson, Mrs. Fettig. cheerleading sponsor. Below Left Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Top to bottom. Susan Fettig, Tracy McQuitty, Ginny Millspaugh, Jane Copher. Bottom Right Freshman Cheerleaders — Left to right, Renee Hobson. Shelly Burton. Jill Hughes. Not pictured is Shelly Peel.Wrestlers Wrestling team — left to right, first row: Steve Carmer. Keith Ley, Jeff Hughes. Brent Boston, Chris Courtney. Mike Gross. Robert McMullen; second row: Jerry Reeves, Eric Stewart, Don Lee, Mark Harney. Lonny Scholl, Shawn Burton, Mark Lyons, Doug Fernung, Terry Morris, manager Bob Stout; third row. Coach Skip Myers, Tim Hocl, Tim Collins, Ed Frye, Arthur Harris, Brian Brown. Andy Davis, Chris Adams, Kelly Ozenbaugh, Coach Mark Hughes This was a rebuilding year for our Panther wrestlers. The team finished 1-8 on the season and placed 5th in the conference. Regional qualifiers were Don Lee placing first, with Eric Stewart, Lonny Scholl, and Art Harris placing second. Lee also placed first in the conference while Stewart placed second. “Seniors helped lead the younger wrestlers. Coach Hughes and I are looking forward to next year,” commented Coach Myers. Coach Hughes commented, “I am optimistic about next year’s team. The more experience our young wrestlers get, the better our team will be. If we have good participation in the summer AAU, we should have a fairly strong team next year.” This year the wrestling team had its own mat-maids. The mat-maids organized themselves. They are in charge of team spirit. These girls went to all the meets and helped run our conference meet. Coach Myers commented, “They really did a great job this year.” Mat-maids left to right, front row: Lisa Stage, Tammy Chambers, second row: Cindi Nickles, Tina Connors, Michelle Williams.Rebuild There is a new look in the wrestling room here at Elwood. On one wall (pictured right) is a painting of two wrestlers with the words Panther Wrestling painted above. Pictured below is the wrestlers sign. These walls were painted by students from the art classes. Art students involved were Debbie Molden, Maria Bourff, Christie Tyner, and Phyllis Hayward. 47(SytmtastB Arqmre Gymnastics Team — Left to right, first row: Assistant Coach Virginia Disosway, Myra Davis, Kim Boston, Joy Jones, Cindy Leavitt, Kim Tucker, Jill Hughes, Coach Barbara Yates; second row: Manager Brenda Tracy, Cherryll Parker, Renee Hobson. Tobey Diehl. Shelly Burton, Tracy McQuitty, Manager Mary Jane Wire, Manager Amy Jordan. IMualtlT faxpHunt? “All but four of the girls were new to the team this year and only two of the original four had a lot of experience in competition,” stated Head Coach Barbara Yates. The year’s gymnastics team was very young and inexperienced. The freshman were very new to this sport, and it was their first experience in competition. Coach Yates stated that the girls showed steady improvement over the season. 1. Myra Davis, freshman, displays great intensity on the bars. 2. Renee Hobson, also a freshman, receives good experience on the beam. 3. Senior Kim Boston displays good form on a scale. 4. Cindy Leavitt, also a senior, shows years of practice executiving an exceptionally good vault. 5. Tobey Diehl, senior, exhibits strength in the floor exercise. 6. Gymnasts before a meet wait with great anticipation. 49Panther Band members are left to right, first row: S. Wilburn, L. Young, M. Williams. M. Robertson. T. Connors, T. Chambers. J. Bannon, C. Fettig, drum major; D Jolliff, drum major; L. Stage, M. Boll, S. Fuller, T Hazelbaker, C. Nickles, J. Thornberry; second row. Miss Paula Simmons, band director; A. Jordan, H.Grimes. L. Williams. D. Courtney. L. Parry. A. Burke. M. Cole, M. Morgan. B. Stockdale, K. Fernung; third row: M. Gillum, B. Frye, G. Daleure, A. Downham, S. Fettig, M. Helpling, D. Wittkamper, B. Gillum, A. Ball, B. Knotts; fourth row, M. Hansen, K. Courtney, D. Ellidge, R. Lynch, S. Ogden, T. McQuitty, C. Peel, A. Morgan, L. Priest, V. Hiatt, T. Hodson; fifth row, B. Hook, C. Davis, M. McDermitt. P. Rittenhouse, P. Leavell, T. Flnan, M. Ogden, C. Jones, R. Goins, S. Grimes, T. Mitchell. Elwood’s Panther Band worked very hard this fall as they participated in six parades and five field show competitions. Although the band is somewhat smaller than it has been in past years, it has done exceptionally well during the year. The band began the summer activities this year by marching in the Fourth of July Parade, the Westfield Arts and Crafts Parade, the Elwood Glass Festival Parade, and the Tipton Pork Festival Parade. They also participated in the Frankton Heritage Days Parade where they received a first place. Band members then began working on contest performances. Practice soon began to pay off. The band returned from Kokomo Hayworth and Chesterton with fourth place ratings in Class C and a Division II rating at Lawrence Central in Indianapolis. Their final fall contest at Bluffton ended with the band’s bringing home second place honors in Class C. The band performed at the Indiana State School Music Association Marching Contest October 3 and sparked activities for the big Elwood Homecoming parade and game show. They also helped at the home ball games to get the Panther fans in an all-out victory mood. Panther Band should be congratulated as well as thanked for the great work and effort they have put forth this year. 50Choral Company Members left to right, front row. Mrs. Garner, S White. A. Shupperd. L. Garrison, C. Giselbach, K Collins, L. Stover, L Barr, C. Parker, R Smith, K Amick; second row. Mrs. Yates. Mrs. VanWagner, J. Langley, S. Ogden. K. Greenlee. S. Peel. J. McQuitty, L. McIntyre. J. Strong. C. Stewart, S. Standridge. Miss Simmons, third row, L. Parada, Mrs Barnett, Mrs. Merritt, B. Stout. C. Curry. J. Thornberry. A. Nickles. T Watson. J. Hoose. L Coston, J Parker; fourth row. D. Stephens. Mrs Disosway, V Hanshew. A Ball, L Williams. J. Stout. R. Rominger, R Lynch. B Moody, T Hoel, S. Roby. K Jordan; fifth row, A Dia2, D. Jolliff. V. Hiatt. M Perez. W Sizelove, T Hanshew. J Frazee, D. Blanton, D. Fox. L. Young. A. Jordan: sixth row. T. Nickles. M Slate. T. Creech. J Howey. C. Davis. A Downham, C. Jones, R. Arnold. C. Fettig. C. Peel, A. Morgan, L. Priest, C. Courtney. Corp members left to right, kneeling. J. Thornberry. S. Wilburn, standing. T Chambers. S. Fuller. M Robertson, J. Bannon, C. Nickles, M Williams. T. Connors, M. Boll. L. Young. L. Stage. T. Hazelbaker. This year the Corp, under the direction of Miss Terry Hayes, has been very busy participating in many activities. They traveled to Lebanon, Chesterton, Bluff-ton, and Kokomo for contests and ratings. They have also been very active in presenting our local people with their shows. They have participated in parades in Tipton, Frankton, Elwood Glass Festival, 4th of July, Homecoming, and the Christmas parades. They also presented their shows during half-time at games here at home.Choir members listed left to right: front row, R. Rominger, R. Lynch, T. Hoel, C. Giselbach, L. Barr, L. Williams, L. Stover; second row, B. Moody, T. Creech. R. Arnold. M. Slate. S. Roby. K. Jordan, J. Thornberry, A. Nickles; third row, D. Stephens, S. Standridge. J. Parker. S. White. C. Stewart, A. Shupperd, J. Frazee. Miss Simmons, T. Hanshew, C. Curry, J. Stout. L. Coston, K. Collins, K. Amick, R. Smith, C. Parker. Our choir has been growing the past two years. For the first time in several years, we have boys participating in choir! Our class choir has numbered around 40 with the Choral Company around 75. The Choral Company is made up of the regular Choir, plus students and teachers who like to sing. This after school group sings at various school activities such as the Christmas Concert, Convocations, and Variety Show. The choir enables students to earn graduation credits as well as continue participation in performing musical groups. The students learn a variety of vocal styles including traditional choral music, show tunes, popular songs, show choir styles, and religious music. Their performances have increased giving the choral groups at the high school some public recognition. Events this year included Masonic Fall Honor Banquet; performances at Harmony Christian Church, East Main Street Christian Church and the Nazarene Church; Christmas Banquet for the American Business Women’s Association; Elks Ladies Christmas Luncheon; All-system Christmas Concert “Christmas Fantasia’’; and Christmas Convocation for our faculty and student body!0 V San Francisco •■40° Temporaturos roproeom tows Ajring the period from Jan 10 to Jan. 14 The Biggest Worr 54oncjiLzn CuGr dill Program for a New Federalism Perfect fflatch: Prince Charles and Lady iana57Todd Jeffrey Anderson Ronald Edward Arnold 58 Kimberli Ann Boston Maria E. Bourff Jeffrey Thomas Baker Barbara Gale Baldwin Craig Lee Baugher Seth Thomas Bickel Tracey Lynn Blackford Kevin DeWayne Bogard Jennifer Lynn Browning Cynthia Joan Campbell |T Daniel R. BrownDavid Patrick Cleaver Barbara Eileen Collier Jonathon Paul Cannon Margaret Earleen Caplinger John David Carmer Tammy Renea Casto Thomas George Clark Richard Allen Cline r Dean Collins Leslie Ann Coston Tina Rene Cox Todd Allen Creech William Lee Cress Helena Nell Crull Jeff A. Cummins Andrew J. Davis Rhonda Ann Davis Ana Carolina Diaz Tobey Lynn Diehl Danny Joe Faucett Charles David Fernung Joanna Fesler 60 Catherine Ann Fettig Eric Phillip Fettig Carol Anne Fred Richard Dwayne Gardner Raymond J. GarnerChristina Louise Goens Hannah Marie Goforth Ronald Lee Goins Penny Jo Gosnell Kimberly Lue Greenlee Tyron Cole Gregg Julie Ann Grondin Angela Gay Gross Jennifer Mae Harting Phyllis Elaine Hayward Senior Steering Committee — First row, Jane Kleyla, Jill Hoose, Carla Monahan. Marla Monahan. Kim Boston; second row, Stacey Runyan, Jenny Toney, Kim Greenlee, Stephanie Kelich, Jody Langley. Lisa McIntyre; third row. Brad Reynolds, Tracey Maish, Marty Stage, Donnie Hughes. Cathy Fettig. Kevin Bogard. 61Julie Anne Headley Michael Andrew Helpling Dean Ray Hofer Melody Ann Holliday Bradford Wayne Hook Jill Annette Hoose Simone B. Huber Rae Ann Huffman 62 Herman G. Idlewine Amy Celeste Israel Gregory S. Jackman Treva Ann Jackson William K. JacksonShawn Patrick Klein Sara Jane Kleyla Kevin Wallace Knotts Augustin Jaramillo Irma Lupe Jaramillo Harold E. Jarvis Winona Sue Johns Jeffrey Dennis Jones Kelly Jo Jordan Patricia Kay Kelich Stephanie Louise Kelich David Troy Kendall Nicholas Kiefer Kirsi Anneli Lahde Mike Eugene Lane Jody Kay LangleyBrian Keith LaShure Stomni Denise Leavell Lacinda K. Leavitt Donald Joseph Lee Randall Dean Leforce Robert Anton Lewellen Donald Scott Loepke Ramona Lynn Lyons Kecia Ann McClelland Seth Aaron McCorkle Laurie Jane McDaniel Eugenia Lynn McKinley What more can be said? Jerilyn Ann McQuitty Tracey LeAnn Maish Joseph B. Maley (Chambers)Jodi Leigh Mays Debbie Sue Melton Theodore Joseph Melvin Helen Marie Metz Brett Niles Miller Dana Eugene Miller Steve Wayne Mills Gayle Ann Mize (Huffman) Debora Kay Molden Carla Jean Monahan Marla Jane Monahan Barry Allen Moody Andrea Kim Morris Peggy Joann Morris Robin Lorraine Morris Lori Linn Mountcastle 5Dawn Marie Paquin Liliana Parada Janet Elaine Parker Tammy Nash (Hall) Todd A. Nance Bill J. Nichols Todd Allen Nichols Angella Marie Nickles Sherri Nickles Thor Erling Nordahl Ronald Allen Pace Robyn Elaine Plue Georganna Fay Ponder Lynne Marie PriestCharles E. Robison Bradley Kent Reynolds Miche e Renee Robinson William Martin Ray David Lee Richards Stacey Annette Runyan Larry Dale Schimmei Richard Gene Rominger Jr. Beth Ann Roby Jeffrey Allen Rominger Walter A. Sizelove Brian John Sizelove . Rick Lee Singer Sue Ann Shelton Carol Ann Shaw Jodi Ann Smith Samantha Small Mel D. SlateVonda Faye Warpool Patricia Ann Watson Patty Ann Whetsel Pamela Sue Williams Dianna Lynn Wills Michelle Renee Wilson Marcie Lynn Wines Darrell Loren Wittkamper Timothy Edward Finan Patricia Ann Haynes Timothy Luyet Terrence Jay Morris Ronald William Riser Lorrie Kay Robison Earl Leslie Shawhan Not Pictured: William Burt Bannon John Beeman Amy Burnette Mark Carpenter David Haas Robert Alain Harrison Dawn Hobbs Keith Hobbs Rosemary Galbreath Kimberly Kay Lawson Tamara Ann McElfresh Willard Miller Kelly Rebuck Amy, you have the strangest pets! Larry Gene Wittebort Cheryle Renee Woodrum $ L cj n i Of OJkz fPait 7071 tW nwv JJHK p TREE' 0S i 72This year ECHS hosted five foreign exchange students. These students include Simone Huber from Switzerland, Thor Nordahl from Norway, Ana Diaz from El Salvador, Kirsi Lahde from Finland, and Liliana Parada from Bolivia. 1. Only in America! 2. Santa seemed to be quite generous to the girls. 3. Simone shows the rest of the foreign exchange students exactly where she lives! 4. Thor gives his serious look while the girls just can’t be serious. 5. It must be true love! 6. Thor plays hide and seek with the girls. 7. Porno pictures!?! 8. Ana seems to be used to the snow. 9. Thor is seeking a higher education! 7374Bob Beeman Pam Boruff Kim Bradburn Brian Brown Andrea Bucci Rachel Bucci Shawn Burton Shelly Caldwell Scott Carroll Mike Carter Jill Casto Bob Chapman Don Collis Donna Collis Pat Connors Phil Coots Jane Copher Trade Cornwell Nancy Coston Frances Creamer Becki Cress Georgia Daleure Jodi Dauenhauer Cecil Davis Denise Deckard Stephanie Dellinger Doug Doan Angie Downham Anita Emery Debbie Erdman Susan Fettig Sam Fisher Fred Flowers Loris Foley Jay Fouts Ed Frye Joe Galbreath Wayne Gallapoo Kevin Garcia Kevin Gibson Laura Gill Andrea Gipson Cathi Giselbach Kevin Gootee Stephanie Grimes Carey Gross Homer Gross Lisa Hahn Tony Hahn Terri Hanshew Vicki Hanshew Mark Harney Lisa Hartley Mark Haulk Brian Haynes Harold Heater Shawn Heaton Steve Hembree Christie Herniak Valerie Hiatt Terri Himmelrick Stanna Hodson Stephanie Hofer 75Under the leadership of class sponsor Mrs. Rhonda Luurtsema, the Junior Class won second place in the Homecoming float competition. They also planned and executed the Prom May 15 in the cafetorium using a “Southern Plantation” theme. Tim Morgan was class president assisted by Jim Savage, vice president; Ed Frye, secretary; and Christie Herniak, treasurer. Juniors enjoyed their third year and look forward to a rousing senior year. Darin Jolliff Jenny Jones Jodi Jones Valerie Jones Juli Kaiser Brian Kane Kevin Kelich L.G. Kelly Angie Knotts Nancy Larson Robert Laster Rich Lynch Christy McCorkle Todd McGuire Tina McKnight Mike Maish Dave Marley Harold Mason Steve Mays Jeff Merida Amy Meschke Curt MillerDavid Molden Anne Morgan Tim Morgan Dwayne Mosbaugh Mark Mundy Mike Parker Nancy Payne Lynn Pedro Debbie Poynter Lorrie Prus Jim Raines Neal Rebuck Jerry Reeves Kasia Rider Bill Rittenhouse Barry Ritter Michelle Robertson Randy Robertson Susan Robertson Lora Romine Darrin Rominger Donna SalleeJunior Steering Committee members are. front row. Christie Herniak. Kasia Rider. Terry Himmelrick, Pennie Whisler. Julie Kaiser; second row, Loris Foley. Sam Fisher, Jeff Whitinger, Neal Rebuck, Pam Boruff; third row, Rich Lynch, Todd McGuire, Ed Frye. Steve Hembree. Jim Savage. Tim Morgan Not pictured is Shawn Burton. Juniors Not Pictured Mitzi Bragg Charles Brannon Keith Hobbs Terri Maddox Jeannie Stewart Jamie Stone Danny Swinford Jackie Teachnor Evan Theoharis Brian VanBuskirk Rich Welcher Pennie Whisler Christy White Jeff Whitinger Sandy Wilburn David Wills Mark Worsley David Wright Monte Wylie Gary Zink 78Rhonda Brewer • Randy Bryan Phil Caldwell Cindy Anderson Jodi Bannon Beth Barnett Dennis Basham Mike Blackford Randy Blackford Debbie Blanton Andy Bo us man Marsha Boyer Chris Brannen Debbie Capps 79 Caroline Carmer Marianne Carpenter Tammy Chambers Kathleen Cleaver Tammy Cline Tracy ClouserAllen Clymer Dean Cole Krista Collins Tim Collins Tina Connors Sherry Copus Kenny Cornwell Drew Courtney Tammy Croy Tony Crull Carol Curry Evelyn Dame Todd Davis Terina Decker Ronda DeHart Scott DeHart Tammy Dellinger Joe Depaolo Shari Detling Tabby Diehl Steering Committee: Front row: Drew Courtney. Mitzi Gillum. Annie Heaton. Kim Tucker; second row: Kevin Stiner, Krista Collins. Ginny Millspaugh. Debbie Blanton. Kim Reeves; back row: Tracy McQuitty, Jennifer Townsend. Tim Collins. Nick Long. Bryan House. 80This year’s Sophomore Class was busy as usual. They sold candy bars, as the sophomores usually do, and even though they got fourth place, had a nice-looking float in the Homecoming parade. Sophomore Class officers this year were president, Drew Courtney; vice-president, Tracy McQuitty; secretary, Kim Tucker; and treasurer, Annie Heaton. Class sponsor was Mrs. Beverly Austin. They are eager to be upperclassmen next year and get to put together a prom. Good luck to the class of 1984! Brian Doan Jack Dowler Kim Dowler Rod Dowling Matt Dwiggins Shelley Ellis Debbie Esarey Laura Evans Angie Everson Bruce Everson Tom Finan Jim Fleenor Sherry Foor Bill Galbreath Todd Garrison Susan George Billy Gibson Kim Haneline Mitzi Gillum Charles Glotzbach Kim Goens Alan- Gosnell Frank Gosnell Joanne Green Mike Gross Joyce Hancock Robert Hancock Cheryl Hartman Brian Haskett David Haynes Richard Hayward Annie Heaton Donna High Robin High Todd Hobbs Troy Hodson Tim Hoel Cindy Holliday Roger Holmes Bryan House Julie Howey Billy HumphreysBill Hunt Kenny Jackson Angie Johnson Brent Kane Robert Kennedy Scott Klein Brad Knotts Robert Lane Phil LaShure Pat Leavell Max Lewis Nick Long Sandy Long Tina Lynas Terry McKinley Lisa McLish Keith McCool Shane McCorkle Deresa McCray Melissa McCune Harold McKinley Tracy McQuitty Rodney Maddox Mary Maish Debbie Marcrum Brad Mathys Ginny Millspaugh Tracy Mitchell Darin Moody Jane Morgan Kenny Morris Lisa Morris Monty Morris Lisa Moss Bob Mountcastle Alesa Mundy Cindy Nickles Brian Noble Tom Noone Cherryll Parker Walter Payne Cindy Peel Mike Perez Tom Phillips Chris Pipkins Brenda Poore Kim Reeves LeeAnn Riegel Patti Robertson Scott Roby Don Roe 82Marcinda Rogers Kim Roller Rodger Runyan Tim Sallee Lonny Scholl Brenda Shelton Beverly Shepard Angie Shupperd Lisa Simpson Ricky Simpson Angie Sizelove Angie Smith Mark Smith Rhonda Smith Linda Snyder Lisa Stage Ed Stanton Donna Stephens Shaun Stevens Kevin Stiner Brian Stockdale Julie Stout Dorothy Tate Jeff Tolle Jennifer Townsend Andy Tracy Kim Tucker Charlene Tunnell Lisa Twiford Lori Van Buskirk Dion Vice Kelly Walker Jeannie Wallace Penny Wallace David Werline Barry Wheeler Sherry White Lisa Williams Brian Wise Julie Woolums I I 83fehmen fo xif Ufecr of '85 TUxf 3 @xifs Ash, Matt Ball, Andy Bannister. Brad Bannister. Rand Barr. Lisa Bastin, Vallarie Beeman. Kelly Beeman. Kim Beeman. Melissa Beeman. William Benson. Jeff Boll. Michele Boston. Brent Bowyer, John Bragg, Todd Brown, Robert Burke. Anne Burnette, Angela Burton, Shelly Buster. Sheila Caldwell. Phil Capps, Johnny Carey, Robin Carmer, Steve Carrillo, Arbelardo Carter. Christie Casas, Jorge Chapman, Robyn Christie. Richard Clark. Jennifer Clegg. Robert Cole, Marjorie Collis. Christine Conwcll. Jeff Coons. TracyCopus. Carla Courtney. Chris Cross, Terri Croy. Rod Dauenhauer, Curt Dauenhauer, Nancy Davis. Lee Davis. Myra Davis. Ray Davis, Stacia DePaolo. Gina DeWeese. Cheryl Diehl, John Dodd. Cheryl Eiledge, Deeann Evans, Michael Faucett, Tony Faulstich, Brian Faulstich, Angela Faulstich. Shelly Fernung, Doug Fernung, Kenny Fite. Rodney Fleenor, Cindy Foley, Joe Fox. Dana Frazee, Jodee Frye, Barbara Fuller. Shelly Galbreath, Dovey Garmon, Dewayne Glotzbach, Corinna Grimes. Heather Groover. Phyllis Groover, Trina Gross. Jerry 85Hahn, Scott Hamm, Debbie Hancock. David Hansen, Michael Harting, John Harvill, James Hobson, Renee Holliday, David Holliday, Kim Holliday, Pat Howey, John Howey, Keith 86Hubble, Lisa Hudson. Terri Hughes, Jill Hughes. Scott Hughes, Shelley Hunt. Terry Israel, Michael Jackson, Victoria Jones, Bret Jones, Chris Jones, Gary Jones, Joy Jordan, Amy Kangai, Paul Kelich, Jennifer Klein, Todd Kleyla, John Laster, Valerie Leavell, Mark Leisure, John Lewellen. Rick Linder. Amy Loar, Keith Lowder, Michael Luyet, Kent Luyet, Laura Lyons. Mark McClain, Jim McClish, Tammy McCord, Dusty McCray, Harold McDermit, Marla McKnight, Lorra McMullen, Robert McPhearson. Kevin McPhearson, Teresa Maish, Doreenna Mason. Rodney Metz, Steve Miller. Faye Mitchell, David Mitchell. Tammy 87Ogden, Mike Osborn. Andy Parker, Tim Parry. Lisa Patrick, Cindy Patton. Mike Pavan, George Pedro, Christy Peel, Shelly Penn. Kelli Penn, Kenny Perkins, Merle Peters, Kelly Pickell. Wayne Ponder. George Poor, Eric Powers. Kim Pratt, Jana Pratt. Patricia Raper, Ann Rebuck, Brian Reeves. Chris Reynolds. Paul Riley, Brian Rittenhouse, Paul Roberson, Rich Robertson. Brian Rogers, Teresa Roller, Theda Roller, Theodore Romine, David Sallee. Stanley Shepard, Melodie Smith. Daren Smith, Phil Smith, Reva Smith, Sheila Spivey, April Stacy, Kelly Stafford, Angela Stickler. Jim Stover. Kim Stover, Lisa Strong, Donnie Stutzman, Levi Taylor. Sam Teague, Martina Thornberry. Steve Tolbert. Brad The class of ’85 showed true signs of what the Panthers are all about. Even though they started out the year without a sponsor, they stuck together as a class. Miss Janet Kilgore, who taught here for two years and is now teaching at Oakland Elementary, is now the Freshman Class sponsor. They have had bake sales and other projects this year and did place third in the float competition at Homecoming. 88David Swinford Tracy. Brenda Trueblood. Brian Tunnell, Cindy Warpool, Lisa Waymire, Glenn Werline, Kathy West. John Whetstone. Jamie Whitinger, Shelly Wiand. Julie Wideman, Roger Wilhoite, Cara Williams. Carol Williams. Kenny Williams. Michelle Williams, Terrell Wire. Mary Wisehart. Kevin Wisner. Sherri Woodrum, Roger Yeagley. David Young. Jeff Young. Lou Ann Young, Marty Brumley, Guy Duncan, Teresa Freshman Steering Committee pictured left to right, first row: Steve Thornberry, Ann Burke. Jill Hughes. Shelly Peel, Phil Norris, second row: Kenny Fernung, Barbara Frye, Christy Pedro. Shelly Whitinger. Stacy Davis. Scott Higgins, third row: Todd Bragg. Rod Croy. Donnie Strong. John Kleyla, David Mitchell. 89ECUS FlRfc TXPT. not as I do! 91 Richard Merritt Superintendent Gordon Paquin Principal George Dudley Asst. Superintendent James Compton Asst. Principal Delbert Lewis Vocational Director First Semester Earl Watson Vocational Director Second Semester 92 Carol Courtney Susan Dudley Candie Courtney Gretchen Watson Cathy OgdenSeated Mrs. Jane Davis, Special Services Secretary Standing left to right Mrs. Mary Wright. Assistant Superintendent’s Secretary; Mrs Emily Leavell, Superintendent's Secretary. Not pictured is Mrs. Barbara Kurt . Treasurer. Karen Abel Beverly Austin Marilyn Barnett Jeanne Barr Vicki Blair Michael Bomholt Phil Brown Gerald Burton Marian Crimans Stan Daugherty Steve Demuth Virginia Disosway Charles Faust Karen Fettig 93Connie Fortner Don Fortner Diana Garner Don Garner Judy Hicks David Hoffman »I Betty House Phil Huffman Mark Hughes Sharon Johnson k f H V A1 Knapp Donald Leisure Gary Linder Marilyn Lucas 94 SCHOOL BOARD — Seated left to right: Mrs Cathy Goins. Mr. Tom Cassidy, Mrs. Marilyn Thornbcrry. Standing: Mr. Richard Herndon, Mr. Robert Abernathy. Rhonda Luurtsema Anna May McQultty Darrell McQuitty Joan Mercer Raeanna Merritt David Middleton Robert Moore Skip Myers Tom Pantos Linda Personette Susan Bogard A.V. Secretary George Ray Daniel RayshichEdward Schmidt Naomi Schwear Roger Shanks Paula Simmons Betty Starkey Joanne Sullivan Elvona Tolle Jeff Wallace Roberta Welker Mary Lois Wesseler George Williams Harold Williams Joe Williams June Van Wagner Robert Woodruff Barbara Yates %COOKS: These eight women work very hard everyday preparing delicious food for the student body and faculty. Seated from left to right are Jean Caldwell, Jean Stewart, Denise Mosbaugh, and Glenda Slate. Standing are Martha Bennett. Colleen Rikabaugh. Rachel Peeper, and Mildred Pantos, Super visor. CUSTODIANS: Who keep our floors clean and everything else in this school bright and sparkling? Well, it’s none other than our custodians! Kneeling are Mary Poole, Steve Savage, Loretta Hittle; standing are Jerry Davenport. George Morgan, and Don Plake i L BUS DRIVERS: These courageous people drive through all kinds of weather to bring many students to school for all kinds of excitement. Front row. left to right, are Ralph Drake. Rulen Hartley. Linda Croy, Mary Ritter, Marie Weaver, and Judy Huffman Back row, left to right are Mary Fred. Elden Witt-kamper. Carl Ritter. Susie Brown, and Don Tucker. THOSE INCREDIBLE PEOPLE 97STUDENT COUNCIL This year’s Student Council had a busy year. In the fall they sponsored the annual Homecoming parade and other Homecoming activities. Other projects included selling cookies with messages for Christmas and St. Valentine’s Day and sponsoring a Valentine’s dance. The Council also revised the school handbook and planned activities to boost spirit during Sectional week. In addition they selected convocation programs for next year. First row: Marjorie Cole. Chris Courtney, Jeri McQuitty, Rich Lynch, Kecia McClelland. Jill Hoosc, Juli Kaiser; second row: Anne Burke, Shelly Whitinger, Kelly Peters. Shelly Burton. Jill Hughes. Shelly Hughes, Renee Hobson. Trish Watson. Lisa McIntyre, Terry Himmelrick; third row: Brad Gillum, Cathy Fettig, Christa Collins, Dwayne Mosbaugh, Steve Hembree, Shawn Burton, Tim Morgan, Shawn Klein, Mick Helpling, Mark Worsley; fourth row: Todd McGuire. Tracy McQuitty, Kelly Walker, Mike Perez, Drew Courtney, Kim Tucker, Jody Langley, Jennifer Townsend, Joanne Green. Annie Heaton. Kevin Knotts. 100Juniors First row: Miss Betty House, sponsor; Rich Lynch, Tim Morgan, Evan Theoharis, Neal Rebuck, Brian Brown. Jim Savage, Jackie Teach-nor, Mrs. June Van Wagner, sponsor; Earl Watson, sponsor; second row. Valerie Hiatt, Robert Laster, Wayne Gallapoo, Terry Himmelrick, Juli Kaiser, Stephanie Dellinger, Angie Downham, Andrea Bucci, Mary Owens; third row, Stephanie Hofer. Anne Morgan, Susan Ogden. Jodi Jones. Mark Harney, Shawn Burton, Stephanie Grimes, Sandy Wilburn, Vicki Hanshew. Seniors First row: Brad Gillum. Mrs. Betty Starkey, sponsor; Stephanie Kelich, Brett Miller, Brad Reynolds, Ted Melvin. Cathy Fettig, Raenna Merritt, sponsor; second row, Danny Fau-cett, Simone Huber, Debbie Mol-den, Patty Whetsel, Julie Head ley, Chris Farley. Jeri McQuitty, Tracy Chambers. Janice Strong, Lisa McIntyre; third row, Amy Israel. Andrea Morris, Jody Langley. Jill Hoose, Trish Watson. Kirsi Lahde, Carla Monahan. Marla Monahan. Sherry Gibson, Jane Kleyla. The National Honor Society consists of juniors and seniors with a 3.5 average or above. New members were tapped February 12 and inducted in a ceremony April 26. NHS members served as guides for the eighth grade orientation and helped with the college night at Tipton. Members and their parents were honored by the Lions Club with a banquet April 20 in addition to being recognized at commencement. 101 Left: Honor Society member Tim Morgan guides the eighth graders through the ECHS halls. Above: Mary Owens is welcomed into NHS. Take me to your leader! If you enjoy the worlds of Science and Math and wish to improve your knowledge of them, then Math Science Club is for you. This year students traveled to Eli Lilly plant in Lafayette and planned a trip to the Worlds Fair. They also had a great time on the annual camping trip. First row. left to right: Mr Huffman. J. Whitinger, D. Cleaver, M Helpling, M. Worsley, A Davis, B. Reynolds. J. McQuitty, J. Langley. S. Gibson; second row: S. Burton. E. Frye. P. Whisler. E. Theoharis. T Morgan. R Rominger. J. Strong, M. Bourff, C. Herniak; third row: M Harney. R. Lynch, F. Flowers, J. Savage. S. Runyan. A. Israel. S. Kclich, W. Sizelove, A. Heaton; fourth row: M. Altherr, V. Hanshew. A Gross, J. Teachnor, J. Howey, C. Farley. A. Morris, C. Fcttig. T. Crull, J. Green. Aliens from another planet. i 102 L e a d e r s 0 f Future Business First row, left to right: Mrs. Barnett. P. Whetsel, J. Hoose. T. Watson, J. Copher. K. Jordan. P. Whisler, T. Diehl. R Morris. P Morris. Mrs. Barr; second row: K. McClelland, C. Herniak, K. Greenlee, C. Tyner. J. Browning, D Paquin, L. Thornberry, J. Strong, L. McIntyre. T. Maish. A. Knotts. L. Foley, J. Jarvis; third row: A. Nichols. L. Jackman. P Gosnell. R Huffman, D. Poynter, A Morris, D. Fox, J. Jones. M Beeman, R. Chapman, A. Hoppenrath, A. Meschke, L. Garrison; fourth row: M. Shepard, N. Larson, R. Bucci, C. Curry. J. Stout, M. Williams, L. Etchison, A. Jordan. K. Cleaver, C. Anderson. W. Sizelove, B. Moody. T. Hoel, J. Toney; fifth row: V Bastin. D. Deckard, T. Casio, V. Jones, C. White, S. Wilburn. S. Nickels. M. Altherr, J. Green, A. Heaton, A. Davis. B. Ritter, R. Lynch. D. Strong. Under President Jill Hoose, 1981-82 FBLA has been very busy locally, including such activities as Halloween skating party, initiation of new members, candy sales, volunteers typing for blood draw, field trip to Indianapolis, and celebration of FBLA week. On the national level FBLA sponsors and students attended both the National FBLA Conference in Chicago and the Regional State Leadership Conference in Milwaukee. FBLA is “busy” with business! 103Last spring the Thespian Troupe presented “The Saga of Sagebrush Sal” an 1890’s melodrama about a bubble gum chewing cowgirl, Sagebrush Sal, and a sneaky villain, Jake the Snake. In the fall the troupe presented Agatha Christie’s mystery “Ten Little Indians.” Both plays were directed by Ms. Sharon Johnson, Thespian adviser, with Mr. Jeff Wallace in charge of lighting and sound systems. Row 1: Cecil Davis, Ms. Johnson, sponsor; Julie Stout. Darin Jolliff, Jerri Thornberry, Brian Stockdale; Row 2: Bob Stout. Carol Curry. Michelle Williams, Tom Finan, Janice Strong, Tina McKnight; Row 3: Chris Jones, Kevin Steiner. Myra Davis. Todd Creech; Row 4: Craig Baugher. Rich Lynch. Angie Downham, Georgia Daleure, Scott Roby. 1. "You tell her. Tom!" 2. Shawn Size-love and Larry Harris get ready for their big performance. 3 Scott Roby. Mary Owens, and Tom Finan practice their lines for "Ten Little Indians." 4. Sal and Jake fight over who will rule the Bloody Turnip Saloon.The ago Of agebru h So I and Ten Little Indian 1. The Can-Can Girls show off their stuff. They are Julie Stout, Angie Sizelove, Mary Harris, and Jerri Thornberry. 2. As usual, the story ended happily ever after. 3. Linda Snyder and Brad Mathys discuss the facts. 4. Tom Finan and Mary Owens make their big entrance. 5. Sal uses her delicate charm on Jake the Snake to try to win over the saloon 6. The cast of “The Saga of Sagebrush Sal” takes its bow at the final curtain call. 105CLUB Among their activities for the year, the Art Club refinished and sold old school desks. They also sold poinsettias at Christmas and brightened the halls with their skillfully painted windows and doors. Members went to southern Indiana and also purchased a painting for the school plus presenting a traveling art exhibit for the student body. This busy club sold buttons and donuts. They made a field trip to see “Marne” at Beef n Boards and visited the Indianapolis Art Museum. All in all, they helped to further artistic and cultural interests at ECHS. Row 1: Mrs. McQuitty, Walter Payne, Rich Lynch, Debbie Molden, president; Maria Bourff; Row 2: Donnie Strong, Dave Cleaver, Gina DePaolo, Myra Davis, Phyllis Hayward, Sherry Gibson, Kirsi Lahde, Andrea Bucci, Andrea Hoppenrath; Row 3: Christie Carter, Terri Maddox, Shelly Standridge, Jane Kleyla, Lynn Pedro, Jeri McQuitty, Tim Morgan, Tracy McQuitty, Todd McGuire, Joe DePaolo; Row 4: Amy Jordan, Anita Emery, Nancy Payne, Jane Copher, Bob Mountcastle, Jeff Whitinger, Bill Gibson, Darin Moody, Dennis Basham, Rod Dowling; Row 5: Ross Osborn, Valerie Laster, Corinna Glotzbach, Jeff Conwell, Rod Mason, Joanne Green, Drew Courtney, Chris Courtney, Jennifer Townsend, Scott Roby. 106CAMPUS LIFE Campus Life has meetings on whatever subject the group likes to talk about. Among this year’s topics were drinking, drugs, and sex. Activities this year included, “Scream in the Dark,” a rock-a-thon, and the annual Florida trip. A senior appreciation banquet ended the year. First row left to right. Craig Baugher. Cecil Davis; second row. Amy Jordan. Dana Fox, Joy Jones, Kelly Jordan, Michelle Williams. Row: 1 Debbie Blanton. Mike Blackford, Steve Tolle; Row: 2 Brian Doan, Jeff Tolle, Monty Morris. Junior Achievers this year produced two products, a sealbeam headlight, selling for $6.95, and a cob web duster for $3.50. Their stock sales were good and members indicated they learned a lot about business from ther Ex-Cello sponsors and their practical experience. 1. FCA member Kevin Knotts practices his basketball skills. 2. 3. Mr. Daugherty hosted the Halloween haunted house for FCA members and their guests. Doesn't Darth Vader look impressive? Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been quite active this year having a haunted house at Coach Daugherty's house Halloween weekend. They also had a bowl-a-thon for crop (Christian Organization for World Hunger) raising over $400. Holding office for 1981-82 were Rich Lynch, president; Tim Morgan, vice-president; Steve Hembree, treasurer. Meetings were held two or three times a month and were devoted to time and fellowship of athletes. When asked about FCA Steve Hembree said that he really enjoyed being in FCA and wished that more members would come and participate in the good times of the organization. FCA: Row 1: Kevin Knotts, Todd McGuire, David Wills. Rich Lynch, Tim Morgan, Mr Daugherty; row 2: David Mitchell, Jamie Whetstone, Ed Frye, Jeff Hughes, Evan Theoharis, Eric Poor; row 3: Barry Moody, Alan Gosnell, Paul Reynolds, Steve Thornberry, Jeff Whitinger, Pat Holiday. Brian Stockdale; row 4- Mark Worsley, Brian Haskett, Steve Hembree. Joe Maley, Brad Reynolds, Bryan House, Cecil Davis, Jeff Merida. 108Membership in FHA is composed mostly of girls with interests in homemaking careers. This year the club has sold fruit cakes and also Christmas gifts from Lincoln gift house. They also took poinsettias to the nursing home for the holidays. A Christmas party was held at Tracy Blackford’s house. This year’s officers for FHA are Jenny Harting, president; Hannah Goforth, vice-president; Tracy Blackford, treasurer, Genny McKinley, secretary; Tony Tomlinson and Lori Mountcastle, historians. FHA: Seated are Marcie Wines. Mrs. Schwear, Toni Tomlinson, Hannah Goforth, Margaret Caplinger, Lori Mountcastle. Jenny Harting, Jeannie McKinley, Mrs. Tolle, Cherryll Parker; standing. Trina Groover, Helena Crull, Diana Ball. Cindy Campbell, Treva Jackson. Lisa Simpson, Kim Powers, Cindy Tunnell. 109Cogito €rgo Sum Latin Club — First row: Mrs. Garner, sponsor; Shelly Peel. Tracey McQuitty, Jill Hughes. Chris Courtney. Terry Himmelrick. Anne Morgan. Stacey Runyan. Georgeanna Ponder. Drew Courtney. Tony Crull. Brett Miller; second row: Laura Gill, Lou Ann Young. Georgia Daleure, Jim Savage. Angie Knotts. Darin Jolliff. Shawn Heaton. Sherry Gibson, Krista Collins. Terina Decker. Robin Carey. Walter Sizelove, Kim Dowler, Brian Stockdale; thrid row: Cheryl Dodd. Michelle Boll, Shelly Fuller. Jennifer Kelich, Richard Rominger, Mark Morgan. Marjorie Cole, Shelly Hughes, Anne Burke, Lisa Barr. Terry Hanshew, Kris Amick, Rhonda Smith. Sandy Long; fourth row: Evan Theoharis. Jeff Whitinger, Julie Howey, Jody Langley. Stephanie Kelich. Shelly Whitinger, Lisa Stover, Barbara Frye, Lisa Hubble, Lisa Parry, Valeria Laster, Billy Gibson, Jackie Teachnor, Sandy Wilburn; fifth row: Steve Metz. Kurt Nickles. Vicki Hanshew. Andy Patrick, De Ann Elledge, Anna Nickles. Brenda Tracy, Theresa Rogers, Kelly Beeman, Joyce Hancock, Tim Morgan, Rich Lynch, Fred Flowers, Mike Hansen; sixth row: Ray Davis, Andy Harvill, Jeff Conwell, Corinna Glotzbach. Alesa Mundy. Brad Knotts. Chris Jones. Andy Ball, Pat Leavell, Roger Holmes. Joanne Green. Debbie Blanton, Karen Amick, Scott Roby. This year’s Latin Club sponsored many activities. In the fall they started out with a hay ride and weiner roast. In October they went to the annual chariot race held at the Indianapolis 500 track. Their party for Saturnalia and gift exchange were held in December. The Ides of March was celebrated with a Roman feast, and the first year students were sold as slaves. The club observed Rome’s birthday by going to a movie and then out for pizza. Some moneymaking projects were the sale of candy bars and of Current stationery. 110 1. Chef Rich Lynch makes a pizza in observance of Roman Foods Day 2. Are these Elwood High Romans waiting to meet Caesar at the Forum? 3. Are Brenda Tracy and Terry Cross practicing for the 500 mile race?Spanish Club had many “fiestas” this year. Starting in October, they had their annual fall party. In November they went to the One Accord for a Spanish “comeda” and later that month the third and fourth year students enjoyed a trip to the Balet Folklorico in Indianapolis. Highlight of the Christmas party in December was the breaking of the pina-ta. In the spring the club traveled to Indianapolis to see Don Quixote. This year’s Spanish Club officers are president, Kevin Knotts; vice-president, Todd McGuire; secretary, Janice Strong; treasurer, Lisa McIntyre. 1. Spanish Club has its own brand of school spirit. 2. A taco with “Blue Devil” sauce? 3. Kevin Knotts look-alike throws the bull. Spanish Club — First row Brian Riley. Bob Stout. Brian Brown, Ana Diaz, Lillianna Parada, Lisa McIntyre, Mrs Disosway, sponsor; Todd McGuire. Janice Strong. Kevin Knotts, Laurie Williams. Martina Teague; second row: Jeri McQuitty, Shelly Burton, Mark Worsley, Shawn Burton, Ed Frye, Pennie Whisler, Jill Hoose, Andrea Morris, Tracey Chambers, Kim Boston. Kim Reeves. Kim Tucker, Susan Ogden; third row: Kathleen Cleaver, Juli Kaiser, Stephanie Dellinger, Kasia Rider, Scott Carroll, Jodi Jones, Chris Farley, Angie Gross, Patti Robertson, Doreenna Maish, Jeannie Wallace, Jamie Whetstone; fourth row: Cindy Anderson, Margaret Beeman, Melodie Shepard. Vickie Jackson. Heather Grimes, Angie Hobbs. Julie Wiand, Walter Sizelove, Jerry Reeves. Rich Welcher, Mike Carter, Tammy Cline, Lisa Moss; fifth row: Renee Hobson. Robin Plue, Lisa Williams. Marla McDermit, April Spivey. Theresa Duncan, Myra Davis. Shelly Ellis. Sherry Copus. Jennifer Townsend. Mike Perez, Eric Poore; sixth row: Caroline Carmer, Kirsi Lahde, Robin Chapman, Julie Stout, Mitzi Gillum. Stephanie Grimes, Valerie Hiatt, Angie Downham, Loris Foley. Tammy Chambers. Jodi Bannon. Mary Maish, Valerie Bastin. Cindy Fleenor. Marty Ray. m112c 1. John Moore looks ahead to the next big obstacle. 2. Latin and Spanish Clubs line up to run the one hundred-yard dash. 3. Jeff Cotton “rides like the wind.” 4. El Toro leads the Spanish Club Parade. Spanish and Latin Clubs met Saturday, May 9, to compete in the second annual Foreign Language Olympics. Several events in which the two teams competed were tug-of-war, running long jump, mini-marathon, obstacle course, bike race, one hundred-yard-dash, fifty-yard-dash, 440-yard run, 880-yard relay, 440-yard relay, three-legged race, and a softball throw. Elwood’s five foreign exchange students presented ribbon and wreath awards at a ceremony which followed. 113CAUTION! t Vocational Students At Work John Hinds Area Vocational School provides such classes as sewing, machine trades, auto body, vocational health occupations, drafting, distributive education, intensive office lab, and auto machines. These and other classes offer students the chance to get the experience they need to get a job after high school, which, by the way, is kind of hard to come by nowadays. Vo C ? 114 Lori Garrison and Jenny Toney discuss their rotation stations in I.O.L.Mr. Schmidt shows his students the innerworks of engines in power technology. 1. Jane Copher taking a break (as usual) in sewing. 2 Brad Hook in machine trades is showing us his skills. 3. Do a good job. boys, or Woody will get you! 4 Julie Headley gets that Pepsi Spirit in VHO. 5. Surprise. Morris! 6 Eyes on copy, feet on floor. Type! 7. Kirsi shows us how much better she is than all the boys in her drafting class. 8. Is the engine back there? 9. Darrell Wittkamper studies the mysteries of his machine 115Morning OEA class seated left to right: D. Malicoat. C. Puterbaugh, P. Ross; standing: T. Watson. T. Diehl. J. Toney, S. Shelton. P Kelich, M Holliday. R. Morris. P. Morris. L. McLemore. G. Ponder. J. Grondin, M. Robinson. L Garrison. L McIntyre. The Office Education Association was busy doing many different things this year. They started out the year by going to Madison, Indiana, to raise money for Huntington’s Disease, held installation and initiation of officers, and sold candles and kits to raise money for the organization. For the holidays they gave food baskets to a family and to nursing homes. They held a bowl-a-thon to raise money for Special Olympics. They have gone to various contests to compete and have gone to Nationals. They did many activities throughout the year and ended Afternoon OEA class left to right: C. Monahan. L Thornberry. K Jordan. D. Paquin. T Sovern. T. Maish (Chambers). P. Stout. C. Derstler. D. Leeman Not Pictured: K. Hendrickson. L. Coston. Senior D.E. Class, left to right: sitting. S. Nickles, R. Harrison. B. Sizelove, C. Leavitt; standing, D Wills. B. Smith, P. Gosnell, L. McDaniel. J. Fesler, B. Baldwin. Distributive Education Clubs of America have been busy this year. They have participated in many activities. To begin the year they held their initiation and installation of officers September 22. Senior D.E. students took their bosses out to breakfast at Jim Dandy October 13. They went to Chicago to a Central Region Leadership Conference November 20-22. Senior D.E. students held a rock-a-thon for 8 hours in front of Leeson’s and raised $500 for the city Xmas decorations December 15. National Education and DECA Week was declared February 7-14. Members attended a District Conference February 20 and several went to a State Conference at Indianapolis April 23-25. May 5 they had an Employer-Employee Banquet which was held at Mangas’ Cafeteria. 117The Ham Radio club is new here at Elwood High School, sponsored by, Mr. Jeff Wallace. Pictured left to right, sitting are Marty Ray. Brett Miller; standing, Kevin Stiner, Mitch Dowler, sponsor Jeff Wallace. Rod Croy. Mike Ogden. Being a new club at Elwood High, the Ham Radio group has taken time to build up its equipment. So far they have two antennas and are in the process of building a small transmitter. To date they have reached each coast of the United States and are hoping to reach overseas soon. This year’s Leo Club has been busy. They started out by having a Halloween party with they YMCA for little children. Then they raised money for needy families, bought toys for needy children, and sang Christmas carols at the nursing homes. They have also participated in many other activities. This year’s Leo Club consists of first row. left to right. Tracey Coons. Kim Goins. Debbie Marcrum. Fay Miller; second row: Leeann Riegal, Rhonda Davis, Johnny Capps, Greg Abbott, Tony Faucett; third row, Tammy Mitchell, Laura Luyet, Angie Sizclove, Christy Carter, Deresa McCray. Mr. Middleton. 118H« A Left: This year’s morning HOSA president is Shelly Strandridge, pictured here with Jenni Jones. Right: This year’s afternoon HOSA president is Lisa Krebs. VICA Morning VICA presidents are, left to right. Todd Potter, welding; Frank Lam-berjack, auto body; Kim Goins. PVE; Jeff Cummins, electronics; Agustin Jara-millo, auto mechanics; Darrell Witt-kamper, machine trades. This year’s afternoon VICA presidents are first row, left to right. Troy Kendall, building trades; Joe McPhearson, welding; Kim Greenlee, printing; second row, Marty Stage, electronics; Don Hughes. ICT. Joe West, auto mechanics; Scott Gardner, auto body. 119120Teamwork — the sign of success. Members of Crescent Staff are front row, left to right, Lisa McIntyre, Lynnette Etchison. Kim Boston. Tina Sovern, Jane Copher, Barry Ritter; standing, Tracey Chambers. Shawn Heaton. Jodi Jones. Pennie Whisler, Nick Kiefer, Lupe Jaramillo, Shawn Klein The fact that you’re reading this yearbook right now, is a sign that the Crescent Staff worked hard this year. It’s not an easy job, by any means, but each member kept right in there meeting his deadlines, taking pictures, selling ads, and doing more that his part. A new experience for all staff members but two returning seniors, producing a quality yearbook was found to be a challenge — but well worth the effort. SMlLt, You’re on Crescent Camera, j 122Megaphone Staff members pictured above are seated, Kevin Knotts. Jim Savage, Liliana Parada, Lisa Williams, Linda Snyder. Standing, left to right, Kim Greenlee, Darin Jolliff. Brad Gillum, Alesa Mundy. Jodi Daucnhauer, Brad Knotts. Debbie Blanton, Tracy McQuitty, Ginny Millspaugh, Richard Rominger. Without the school newspaper, many students wouldn’t know everything that’s going on Correct? That’s why the Megaphone Staff has a right to be proud of the work they’ve done this year. Club news, sports events, polls, and other interesting features were just some of the things each issue brought to the student body. Determination and perseverence were two factors that made the Megaphone a success. Hats off to our amateur journalists!  129Beckley Compton Photography til Quality Photos At A Fair Price fjnion §t ate 3an St. Rd 28 W k Congratulations, Class Of 82 220 So. 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84, 110 Beeman, Kim 84 Beeman, Margaret 58, 103, 111 Beeman, John 69 Beeman, Melissa 84 Beeman, William 84 Benson, Jeff 84 Bennett, Martha 97 Bickel, Seth 58 Blackford, Mike 25, 79, 107 Blackford, Randy79 Blackford, Tracey 58 Blanton, Debbie 52, 79, 80, 107, 110, 123 Blair, Vickie 93 Bogard, Sue 95 Bogard, Kevin 18, 20, 29, 58, 61 Boll, Michele 50, 52, 84, 110 Bomholt, Mike 35, 93 Boston, Brent 31, 46, 84 Boston, Kim 18, 19, 44, 45, 48, 49, 61, 122, 160 Boruff, Pam 75 Bourff, Maria 18, 23, 42, 58, 106 Bousman, Andy 79 Bowyer, John 84 Boyer, Marsha 79 Boyland, Gary 10 Bradburn, Kim 75 Bragg, Mitzi Bragg, Todd 31, 84, 89 Brannen, Chris 79 Brannon, Charles Brenner Kirk 19 Brewer, Rhonda 79 Brown, Phil 93 Brown, Brian 29, 46, 75, 101, 111 Brown, Dan 58 Brown, Robert 84 Brown Susie 97 Browning, Jennifer 58, 71, 103 Brumby, Guy 89 Bryan, Randy 79 Bucci, Andrea 75, 101, 106 Bucci, Rachel 75, 103 Burdsall, Mike 20 Burke, Anne 50, 84, 89, 100, 110 Burnette, Amy 69 Burnette, Angela 45, 84 Burton Gerald 93 Burton, Shawn 19, 29, 44, 45, 46, 75, 100, 101, 102, 111 Burton, Shelly 45, 48, 84, 100, 111 Buster, Lori 10 Buster, Sheila 84 Butcher, Bev 7 Caldwell, Jean 97 Caldwell, Phil 84 Caldwell, Phil Caldwell, Shelly 75 Campbell, Cindy 58, 109 Cannon, Paul 59 Carmer, Caroline 18, 33, 79, 111 Carmer, John 71, 59 Carmer, Steve 27, 46, 84 Carpenter, Marianne 18, 20, 33, 79 Carpenter, Mark 69 Carroll, Scott 20, 27, 111, 75 Caplinger, Margaret 59, 109 Capps, Debbie 79 Capps, Johnny 84 Carey, Robin 84, 110 Carrillo, Arbelardo 84 Carron, Angie 10 Carter, Christie 84, 106, 118 Carter, Mike 75, 111 Casas, Jorge 31, 84 Cassidy, Tom 94 Casto, Jill 75 Casto, Tammy 59 Chapman, Bob 75, 103 Chapman, Robyn 84, 111 Chambers, Tammy 46, 50, 52, 79 Christie, Richard 84 Clark, Jennifer 84 Clark, Tom 18, 20, 26, 59, 71 Cleaver, Dave 59, 102, 106 Cleaver, Kathleen 20, 79, 103, 111 Clegg, Robert 84 Cline, Tammy 79, 111 Cline, Richard 59 Clouser, Tracy 79 Clymer, Allen 80 Cole, Dean 80 Cole, Majorie 50, 84, 100, 110 Collier, Barbara 45, 59 Collins, Dean 18, 59 Collins, Krista 52, 53, 80, 100, 110 Collins, Tim 18, 46, 80 Collis, Christine 84 Collis, Don 75 Collis, Donna 75 Compton, James 92 Connors, Pat 75 Connors, Tina 45, 46, 50, 52, 80 Conwell, Jeff 84, 106 Coons, Tracy 84, 118 Coots, Phil 75 Copher, Jane 75, 103, 106, 115, 122, 160 Copus, Carla 85 Copus, Sherry 80, 111 Cornwell, Kenny 80 Cornwell, Tracie 75, 117 Coston, Leslie 52, 52, 59 Coston, Nancy 23, 45, 75 Cotton, Jeff 20 Courtney, Brian 27 Courtney, Kandie 92 Courtney, Carol 52, 92 Courtney, Chris 46, 50, 85, 100, 110 Courtney, Drew 50, 80, 100, 106, 110 Cox, Tina 18, 59 154Creamer, Frances 75 Creech, Todd 52, 53, 59, 104 Cress, Becki 18, 23, 75, 117 Cress, Bill 59 Cress, Terry 83 Crimans, Marion 93 Cross, Terri 45, 85 Croy, Linda 97 Croy, Rod 85, 89, 118 Croy, Tammy 80 Crull, Helena 59, 109 Crull, Tony 80, 102, 110 Cummins, Jeff 60, 71, 119 Curry, Carol 45, 52, 53, 80, 103, 104 Daleure, Georgia 75, 50, 104, 110 Dame, Evelyn 80 Daugherty, Stan 18, 35, 93, 108 Dauenhauer, Curt 31, 85 Dauenhauer, George 20 Dauenhauer, Jodi 75 Dauenhauer, Nancy 85 Dauenhauer, Tony 24 Davenport, Jerry 97 Davis, Andy 18, 20, 29, 46, 60, 102, 103 Davis, Cecil 15, 35, 36, 50, 52, 75, 104, 107, 108 Davis, Jane 93 Davis, Lee 85 Davis, Myra 48, 49, 85, 104, 106, 111 Davis, Ray 85, 110 Davis, Rhonda 60 Davis, Stacia 85, 89 Davis, Todd 80 Deckard, Denise 75, 103 Decker, Terina 80, 110 DeHart, Rhonda 80 Dehart, Scott 80 Dellinger, Stephanie 18, 23, 32, 42, 75, 101, 111 Dellinger, Tammy 80 Demuth, Steve 18, 20, 28, 29, 93 DePaolo, Gina 85, 106 DePaolo, Joe 80, 106 Detling, Shari 80 DeWeese, Cheryl 85 Diaz, Ana 52, 60, 111 Diehl, John 85 Diehl, Tabby 80 Diehl, Tobey 48, 49, 60, 103 Disosway, Virgina 48, 52, 93, 111 Doan, Brian 81, 107 Doan, Doug 75 Dodd, Cheryl 33, 85, 110 Dowler, Jack 25, 81 Dowler, Kim 81, 110 Dowler, Mitch 60, 118 Dowling, Richard 83 Dowling, Rod 81, 106 Downham, Angie 50, 52, 75, 101, 104, 111 Drake, Ralph 97 Dudley, Cliff 7 Dudley, George 92 Dudley, Susan 92 Duncan, Teresa 89, 111 Dwiggins, Matt 81 Elledge, Deeann 50, 85, 110 Ellis, Shelley 81, 111 Emery, Anita 75, 106 Erdman, Debbie 75 Esarey, Debbie 81 Etchison, Lynette 60, 71, 103, 122 Evans, Laura 81 Evans, Michael 85 Everling, Timothy 85 Everson, Angie 45, 81 Everson, Bruce 25, 81 Farley,Chris 18, 20, 26, 60, 101, 102, 111 Faucett, Dan 60, 101 Faucett, Tony 85 Faulstich, Brian 85 Faulstich, Angela 85 Faulstich, Shelly 85 Faust, Charles 93 Fernung, Charles 12, 29, 60 Fernung, Doug 46, 85 Fernung, Kenny 50, 85, 89 Fesler, Joanna 60 Fettig, Cathy 9, 45, 50, 52, 61, 100, 101, 102, 60 Fettig, Eric 18, 60 Fettig, Karen 93 Fettig, Susan 45, 50, 75 Finan, Tim 69 Finan, Tom 50, 81, 104, 105 Fisher, Sam 75 Fite, Rodney 85 Fleenor, Cindy 85, 111 Fleenor, Jim 81 Flowers, Fred 75, 102, 110 Foley, Joe 31, 85 Foley, Loris 75, 103, 111 Foor, Sherry 81 Fortner, Connie 94 Fortner, Don 94 Fouts, Jay 19, 75 Fox, Dana 52, 85, 103, 107 Frazee, Jodee 52, 53, 85 Fred, Carol 60 Fred, Mary 97 Frye, Brabara 50, 85, 89, 110 Frye, Ed 75, 18, 29, 46, 102, 108 , 111 Fuller, Shelly 50, 52, 85, 110 Galbreath, Bill 81 Galbreath, Dovey 85 Galbreath, Joe 75 Galbreath, Rosemary 69 Gallapoo, Wayne 75, 101 Garcia, Steve 24 Garcia, Kevin 75 Gardner, Dwayne 60 Garmon, Dewayne 85 Garner, Diana 52, 94, 110 Garner, Don 94 Garner, Ray 60 Garrison, Lori 52, 61, 103, 114, 116 Garrison, Todd 81 George, Susan 81 Gerth, Alan 10, 19 Gibson, Billy 81, 106, 110 Gibson, Kevin 75 Gibson, Sherry 23, 45, 61, 71, 101, 102, 106, 110 Gill, Laura 75, 110 Gilley, Robert 89 Gillum, Brad 50, 61, 100, 101, 123 Gillum, Mitzi 50, 80, 81, 111 Gipson, Andrea 45, 75 Giselbach, Cathi 52, 53, 75 Glotzbach, Charles 81 Glotzbach, Corinna 85, 106, 110 Goens, Chris 61 Goens, Kim 81, 118, 119 Goforth, Hannah 61, 109 Goins, Cathy 94 Goins, Ron 50, 61 Gootee, Kevin 75 Gosnell, Alan 25, 81, 108 Gosnell, Frank 25, 36, 81 Gosnell, Penny 18, 42, 103, 117 Green, Joanne 81, 100, 102, 103, 106, 110 Greenlee, Kim 52, 61, 71, 103, 119, 123 Gregg, Tyron 12, 61 Grimes, Heather 50, 111 Grimes, Stephanie 50, 75, 101, 111 Grondin, Julie 61, 116 Groover, Phyllis 85 Groover, Trina 85, 109 Gross, Angela 61, 102, 111 Gross, Carey 75 Gross, Homer 75 Gross, Jerry 85 Gross, Mike 27, 46, 81 155Haas, David 69 Hahn, Lisa 75 Hahn, Scott 86 Hahn, Tony 75 Hamm, Debbie Hancock, Joyce 81, 110 Hancock, Robert 81 Haneline, Kim 81 Hansen, Michael 50, 86, 110 Hanshew, Terri 52, 53, 75, 110 Hanshew, Vicki 52, 75 Harney, Mark 18, 20, 29, 46, 75, 101 Harris, Arthur 46, 89 Harris, Danny 20 Harris, Mike 89 Harrison, Robby 69, 117 Hartley, Rulen 97 Hartsock, Kim 23 Harting, Jennifer 61, 109 Harting, John 86 Hartley, Lisa 45, 75 Hartman, Cheryl 81 Harville, James 31, 86 Haskett, Brian 25, 29, 36, 81, 108 Haskett, Tina 86 Hassecuster, Scott 19 Haulk, Mark 75 Haynes, Brian 75 Haynes, David 81 Haynes, Dennis 86 Haynes, Patti 69 Hayward, Phyllis 61, 71, 106 Hayward, Richard 81 Hazelbaker, Tracey 50, 52, 86 Headley, Julie 62, 101, 115 Harold, Heater 75 Heaton, Annie 80, 81, 100, 102, 103 Heaton, Shawn 75, 110, 122, 160 Helpling, Jeff 31, 86 Helpling, Michael 6, 62, 50, 100, 102 Helpling, Karen 23 Hembree, Steve 18, 19, 35, 75, 100, 108, 117 Herdon, Richard 94 Herniak, Christie 75, 102, 103, 117 Hiatt, Valerie 50, 52, 75, 101, 111 Hicks, Judy 94 Hittle, Loretta 97 Higgins, Scott 31, 86, 89 High, Donna 81 High, Robin 81 Himmelrick, Terri 23, 32, 42, 18, 75, 100, 101, 110 Hobbs, Angie 33, 43, 86, 111 Hobbs, Dawn 69 Hobbs, Keith 69 Hobbs, Todd 81 Hobson, Renee 45, 48, 49, 86, 100, 111 Hodson, Stanna 75 Hodson, Troy 20, 26, 50, 81 Hoel, Tim 20, 29, 46, 52, 53, 81, 103 Hoffer, Dean 19, 62 Hofer, Stephanie 75, 101 Hoffman, Dave 94 Holliday, Cindy81 Holliday, David 86 Holliday, Kim 86 Holliday, Melody 61, 116 Holliday, Pat 31, 86, 108 Holmes, Roger 36, 81, 110 Hook, Brad 50, 62, 115 Hoose, Jill 29, 44, 45, 52, 61, 62, 71, 100, 101, 103, 111 Hoppenrath, Andrea 18, 76, 103, 106 Hoppenrath, Tony 19 House, Betty 94, 101 House, Bryan 80, 81, 25, 108 Howey, John 86 Howey, Julie 45, 52, 81, 102, 110 Howey, Keith 86 Hubble, Lisa 87, 110 Huber, Simone 43, 62, 73, 101 Hudson, Terri 87 Huffman, Howard 19, 29 Huffman, Judy 97 Huffman, Phil 29, 35, 36, 94, 102 Huffman, RaeAnn 18, 23, 32, 42, 62, 103 Hughes, Don 25, 61, 62, 119 Hughes, Jeff 25, 47, 76, 108 Hughes, Jill 45, 48, 87, 89, 100, 110 Hughes, Mark 20, 28, 29, 46 Hughes, Scott 31, 87 Hughes, Shelly 87, 100, 110 Humphrey, Kevin 76 Humphreys, Billy 81 Hunt, Bill 82 Hunt, Terry 87 Hutchins, Brad 62 Idle wine, Charles 76 Idlewine, Chris 76 Idlewine, Herman 62 Israel, Amy 62, 101, 102 Israel, Michael 87 Idlewine, Herman 18, 29 Jackman, Greg 29, 62 Jackman, Lisa 76, 103 Jackson, Bill 18, 44, 45, 62 Jackson, Kenny 82 Jackson, Treva 62, 109 Jackson, Victoria 45, 87, 111 Jaramillo, Augustine 63, 71, 119 Jaramillo, Lupe 63, 71, 160 Jarvis, Harold 6e Jarvis, Joni 76, 103 Jeske, Robert 76, 117 Johns, Susie 63 Johnson, Angie 82 Johnson, Sharon 94, 104 Jolliff, Darin 50, 52, 76, 104, 110, 123 Jones, Bret 87 Jones, Chris 50, 87, 104, 110 Jones, Gary 87 Jones, Jeffrey 63 Jones, Jenni 76, 119 Jones, Jodi 76, 101, 111, 122, 160 Jones, Joy 48, 87, 103, 107 Jones, Valerie 76, 103 Jordan, Amy 50, 52, 87, 103, 106, 107 Jordan, Kelly 45, 48, 52, 53, 63, 107, 116 Kaiser, Juli 18, 23, 29, 42, 76, 100, 111, 101 Kaiser, Lori 7 Kane, Brent 82 Kane, Brian 76 Kangai, Paul 87 Kelich, Jennifer 87, 100 Kelich, Kevin 76 Delich, Patricia 63, 116 Kelich, Rosie 23 Kelich, Stephanie 61. 63, 71, 101, 102, 110 Kelly, L.G. 76 Kendall Troy 63, 119 Kennedy, Robert 82 Kiefer, Nicholas 63, 71, 122, 160 Klein, Scott 82 Klein, Shawn 63, 71, 122, 160 Klein, Todd 31, 87 Kleyla, Jane 29, 44, 45, 61, 63, 71, 101, 106 Kleyla, John 31, 87, 89 Knapp, A1 29, 94 Knotts, Angie 76, 103, 110 Knotts, Brad 50, 82, 110, 123 Knotts, Kevin 18, 19, 27, 35, 63, 100, 108, 111, 123 Kurtz, Barb 93 Lahde, Kirsi 43, 45, 63, 101, 156106, 111, 115 Landrum, John 7, 24 Lane, Mike 26, 63 Lane, Robert 82 Langley, Jody 18, 52, 61, 63, 100, 101, 102, 110 Larson, Nancy 76, 103 LaShure, Brian 64 LaShure, Phil 82 Laster, Robert 76, 101 Laster, Valerie 87, 107, 110 Lawson, Kim 69 Leavell, Emily 93 Leavell, Mark 27, 87 Leavell, Pat 50, 82, 110 Leavell, Stormi 64 Leavitt, Lacinda 18, 48, 49, 64 Leavitt, Rex 29 Lee, Donald 12, 18, 20, 29, 44, 45, 46 LeForce, Randy 64 Leisure, Donald 94 Leisure, John 87 Leisure, J.R. 24 Leopke, Donald 64 Lerkenfeldt, Karina 23, 22 Lewellen, Rick 87 Lewellen, Robert 64 Lewis, Delbert 92 Lewis, Max 82 Ley, Keith 46, 89 Linder, Amy 87 Linder, Gary 04 Loar, Keith 87 Long, Nick 18, 36, 80, 82 Long, Sandy 82, 110 Lowder, Michael 27, 87 Lucas, Marilyn 94 Luurtsema, Rhonda 95 Luyet, Kenny 89 Luyet, Kent 87 Luyet, Laura 87 Luyet, Tim 69 Lynas, Tina 82 Lynch, Rich 9, 18, 20, 29, 35, 36, 50, 52, 53, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 108, 110, 76 Lyons, Mark 31, 87, 46 Lyons, Ramona 64 McClain, Jim 87 McClelland, Kecia 32, 64, 100 McClish, Tammy 33, 43, 87 McCool, Keith 20, 26, 82 McCord, Dusty 87 McCorkle, Christy 76 McCorkle, Seth 64 McCorkle, Shane 82 McCorkle, Shaun McCray, Deresa 82, 118 McCray, Harold 31, 87 McCune, Melissa 82 McDaniel, Laurie 64, 117 McDermit, Linda 23 McDermit, Marla 50, 87, 111 McElfresh, Tamera 69 McGuire, Todd 18, 29, 36, 76, 100. 106, 108, 111 Mclntryre, Lisa 12, 50, 61, 64, 71, 100, 101, 103, 111, 122 McKinley, Eugenia 64, 109 McKinley, Harold 82 McKinley, Terry 82 McKnight, Lorra 87 McKnight, Tina 76, 104 McLish, Lisa 82 McMullen, Robert 31, 46, 87 McPhearson, Teresa 87 McPhearson, Teresa 43 Me Quitty, Cheryl 10 McQuitty, Darrell 42 McQuitty, Jerilyn 12, 13, 18, 23, 52, 64, 100, 101, 102, 106, 111 McQuitty, Tracy 45, 50, 18, 80, 82, 100, 101, 106, 110. 112, 123 McQuitty, Ann 95, 106 McQuitty, Harold 95 Maddox, Rodney 82 Maddox, Ronald 89 Maddox, Terri 106 Maish, Doreenna 87, 110 Maish, Mary 82, 111 Maish, Mike 76 Maish, Tracey 61, 64. 101, 103, 111, 116, 122 Maley, Joseph 13, 24, 35, 64, 108 Malone, Rodney 83 Marcrum, Debbie 82 Marley, Dave 76 Mason, Harold76 Mason, Rodney 87, 106 Mathys, Brad 82, 105 Mays, Jodi 6, 29, 44. 45, 65 Mays, Steve 76 Melton, Debbie 65 Melvin Theodore 12, 20, 28, 29, 65, 101 Mercer, Joan 95 Merida, Jeff 35, 36, 76, 108 Merritt, Raeanna 52, 95, 101 Merritt, Richard 10 Meschke, Amy 76, 103 Metz, Helen 65 Metz, Steve 87, 110 Miller, Brett 65, 101, 110, 118 Miller, Curt 76 Miller, Dana 65 Miller, Faye 87, 118 Miller, Joe 76 Miller, Willard Mills, Steve Millspaugh, Ginny 45, 80, 82 Mitchell, David 95, 118 Mitchell, Tammy 50, 87 Mitchell, Todd 76 Middleton, David 95 , 118 Mitchell, Tracey 45, 82 Mitroff, Randy 76 Mize, Gayle 65 Molden, Barbara 76 Molden, David 77 Molden, Debbie 81, 32, 42, 43, 65, 101, 106 Monahan, Carla 61, 65, 71, 101, 116 Monahan, Marla 61, 65, 45, 71, 101 Moody, Barry 18, 24, 29, 44, 45, 52, 53, 65, 108, 103 Moody, Daren 29, 44, 45, 82, 106 Moore, Earl 89 Moore, John 20 Morgan, Anne 23, 50, 52, 77, 101, 110 Morgan, George 97 Morgan, Jane 82 Morgan, Keith 6 Morgan, Mark 31, 50, 87, 110 Morgan, Tim 18, 24, 35, 77, 100, 101, 102, 106, 108, 110 Morris, Andrea 29, 44, 45, 65, 101, 102, 103 Morris, Chip 24 Morris, Kenny 82 Morris, Lisa 45, 82 Moore, Robert 95 Morris, Monty 82, 107 Morris, Peggy 65, 103, 116 Morris, Robin 65, 103, 116 Morris, Terry 26, 46, 69, 87 Mosbaugh, Denise 97 Mosbaugh, Dwayne 77, 100 Moss, Lisa 82, 111 Moss, Monica 89 Mountcaslte, Bob 82, 106 Mountcastle, Lori 65, 109 Mundy, Alesa 45, 82, 110, 123 Mundy, Mark 77 Munns, Marilyn 83 Myers, Skip 29, 46, 95 Nance, Todd 20, 29, 66 Nash, Tammy 66 Neese, Eric 24, 29, 35, 36, 77 Niccum, Lester 31, 87Nichols, Bill 66 Nichols, Lisa 87 Nichols, Todd 24, 29, 18, 52, 66 Nickles, Angella 66 Nickles, Anna 52, 53, 87, 110 Nickles, Cindy 46, 50, 82 Nickles, Curtis 87, 110 Nickles, Sherri 66, 117 Noble, Brian 82 Noone, Tom 82 Nordahl, Thor 27, 66 73 Norris, Phill 87, 89 Ogden, Cathy 92 Ogden, Mike 50, 88, 118 Ogden, Susan 50, 52, 101, 111, 77 Osborn, Andy 88, 106 Owens, Mary 77, 101, 104, 105 Ozenbaugh, Kelly 18, 29, 46, 77 Pace, Ronald 66 Pantos, Mildred 97 Pantos, Tom 95 Paquin, Gordon 92 Parada, Liliana 66,52, 111, 123 Parker, Cherryll 52, 53, 82, 101, 109 Parker, Jent 52, 53, 66 Parker, Mike 77 Parker, Tim 88 Parry, Lisa 50, 88, 110 Patrick, Cindy 88, 110 Patton, Mike 88 Patz, Steve 29 Pavan, George 31, 88 Payne, Nancy 77, 106 Payne, Walter 82, 106 Peace, Craig 29, 83 Pedro, Christy 42, 88, 89 Pedro, Lynn 18, 23, 77, 106 Peel, Cindy 50, 52, 82 Peel, Shelly 52, 88, 89, 110 Peeper, Rachel 97 Pelletrino, Steve 24 Penn, Kelli 88 Penn, Kenny 88 Perez, Mike 52, 82, 100, 111 Perkins, Merle 88 Personette, Linda 18, 32, 33, 95 Peters, Kelly 33, 43, 88, 100 Phillips, Tom 82 Pickell, Wayne 88 Pipkins, Chris 82 Plake, Don 97 Plue, Robyn 66, 111 Ponder, George 88 Pool, Mary 97 Poor, Eric 88, 107, 111 Poore, Brenda 82 Powers, Kim 88, 109 Poynter, Debbie 18, 42, 77, 103, 117 Pratt, Jana 88 Pratt, Patricia 88 Priest, Lynn 45, 50, 52, 66 Prus, Lorrie 77 Raines, Jim 77 Raper, Ann 88 Ray, George 95 Ray, Marty 27, 65, 111, 118 Ray, Nick 20 Rayshich, Daniel 95 Rebuck, Brian 88 Rebuck, Dan 10 Rebuck, Neal 27, 16, 77, 101 Rebuck, Kelly 69 Reeves, Chris 31, 88 Reeves, Jerry 27, 46, 77, 111 Reeves, Kim 29, 44, 45, 80, 82, 111 Reynolds, Bradley 12, 35, 61, 67, 101, 102, 107 Reynolds, Paul 88, 107 Richards, David 67 Rider, Kasia 23, 18, 32, 42, 77, 111 Riegel, LeeAnn 82, 118 Rikabaugh, Coleen 97 Riley. Brian 31, 88, 111 Riser, Ron 69 Rittenhouse, Bill 77 Rittenhouse, Sara 6 Ritter, Barry 14, 77, 103, 117, 122, 160 Ritter, Carl 97 Ritter, Mary 97 Roberson, Rich 88 Robertson, Brian 88 Robertson, Michelle 50, 52, 77 Robertson, Patti 82, 111 Robertson, Randy 77 Robertson, Susan 77 Robinson, Charles 67 Robison, Lorrie 69 Robison, Michele 67, 116 Roby, Beth 67 Roby, Scott 52, 53, 82, 104, 106, 110 Roe, Don 25, 82 Roe, Tom 19 Rogers, Marcinda 83 Rogers, Teresa 88, 110 Roller, Theodore, 88 Roller, Kim 83 Roller, Theda 88 Romine, David 88 Romine, Lora 77 Rominger, Darrin 77 Rominger, Jeffrey 67, 76, 102 Rominger, Richard 52, 53, 67, 110, 123 Runyan, Rodger 18, 25, 35, 83 Runyan, Ron 29 Runyan, Stacey 61, 67, 71, 102, 110 Sallee, Donna 77, 116 Sallee, Stanley 88 Sallee, Tim 83 Savage, Jim 44, 45, 77, 101, 102, 110, 123 Savage, Steve 97 Schimmel, Larry 67 Schmidt, Edward 96 Scholl, Lonny 29, 46, 83 Schwear, Naomi 96, 109 Scircle, John 10 Scott, Sue 42, 43 Scott, Dennis 20 Sellers, Bruce 5 Shallenburger, Brian 77 Shanks, Roger 96 Shaw, Carol 67 Shawhan, Earl 69, 160 Shelton, Brenda 83 Shelton, Sue Ann 67, 71, 116 Shepard, Beverly 83 Shepard, Melodie 45, 88, 111 Shupperd, Angie 45, 52, 53, 83 Silvey, David 29, 77 Simmons, Paula 50, 52, 53, 96 Simpson, Lisa 83, 109 Simpson, Ricky 83 Singer, Rick 67 Singer, Pam 29, 77 Sizelove, Angie 45, 105, 118 Sizelove, Brian 67, 117 Sizelove, Laura 19 Sizelove, Walter 52, 67, 102, 103, 110, 111 Slate, Glenda 97 Slate, Mel 52, 53, 67 Small, Samantha 67 Smith, Angie 83 Smith, Daron 88 Smith, Mark 83 Smith, Jerry 77 Smith, Jodi 67 Smith, Bill 117 Smith, Phil 88 Smith, Reva 52, 88 Smith, Rhonda 45, 53, 83, 110 Smith, Roger 19, 29, 77 Smith, Sheila 88 Smith, Tom 68 Smith, Treva 33 Snyder, Linda 45, 83, 165 158So, Beth 68 Sosbe, Mark 77 Sovern, Tina 68, 71, 116, 122, 160 Spivey, April 88, 111 Stacy, Kelly 88 Stafford, Angela 88 Stage, Marty 61, 68, 71, 119 Stage, Lisa 46, 50, 52, 83 Standridge, Dana 52, 53, 68, 71, 106, 119 Stanton, Ed 83 Starkey, Betty 96, 101 Stephens, Donna 52, 53, 83 Stewart, Charlotte 45, 52, 53, 77 Stewart, Eric 46, 77 Stewart, Jeannie 78 Stewart, Matt 68 Stevens, Julie 7 Stevens, Shaun 25, 35, 83 Stewart, David 29 Stickler, Jim 88 Stiner, Kevin 80, 83, 25, 204. 118 Stockdale, Brian 35, 36, 50, 83, 108, 110, 112 Stone, Jamie 78 Stout, Julie 4, 45, 52, 53, 83, 104, 105, 111 Stout, Patti 68 Stout, Robert 46, 52, 68, 71, 111 Stover, Kim 88 Stover, Lisa 27, 43, 52, 53, 88, 110 Strong, Donnie 31, 88, 89, 103, 106 Strong, Janice 52, 68, 101, 103, 111 Stutzman, Levi 88 Sullivan, Joanne Swinford, Danny 14, 78 Swinford, David 89 Tate, Dorothy 83 Taylor, Sam 88 Taylor, Troy 68, 71 Teachnor, Jackie 78, 101, 102, 110 Tharp, Aimee 68 Teague, Martina 88, 111 Theoharis, Evan 18, 19, 27, 78, 101, 102, 108, 110 Thornberry, Jerri 50, 52, 53, 68, 103, 104 Thornberry, Lisa 68, 103, 116 Thornberry, Marilyn 94 Thornberry, STeve 88, 89, 31, 108 Tolbert, Brad 88 Tolle, Elvonna 109 Tolle, Jeff 83, 107 Tolle, Steve 31, 107 Tomlinson, Toni 68 Toney, Jennifer 61,68, 113, 116 Townsend, Jennifer 80, 83, 100, 106 Tracy, Andy 83 Tracy, Brenda 89, 33, 101, 110 Trueblood, Brian 89 Tucker, Don 97 Tucker, Kim 29, 44, 45, 80, 83, 100, 101, 111 Tunnel!, Cindy 43, 89, 109 Tunnell, Charlene 83 Twiford, Edward 68 Twiford, Lisa 83 Tyner, Christi 68, 71 Tyner, Mary 68 VanBuskirk, Brian 29, 78 VanBuskirk, Lori 83 VanWagner, June 52, 96, 101 Vice, Dion 83 Vinson, Mark 7, 24 Walker, Bobby 10, 24 Walker. Kelly 19, 83, 100 Warpool, Lisa 89 Wallace, Jeff 9y, 118 Wallace, Jeannie 83, 111 Wallace, Penny 83 Warpool, Vonda 69 Watson, Earl 92, 101 Watson, Gretchen 92 Watson, Trish 18, 22, 23. 32, 52, 69, 101, 100, 103, 116 Waymire, Glenn 89 Weaver, Marie 97 Welcher, Rich 19, 27, 78, 111 Welker, Roberta 96 Werline, David 83 Werline, Kathy 89 Wesseler, Mary Lois 96 West, Joe 20, 119 West, John 31, 89 Wheeler, Barry 83 Whetsel, Patty 32, 69, 101, 103 Whetstone, Jamie 36, 89, 108, 111 Whisler, Pennie 9, 18, 23, 78, 102, 103, 111, 122, 160 White, Christy 78, 103 White, Sherry 45, 52, 53, 83 Whitehead, Steve 10 Whitinger, Jeff 19, 78, 102, 106, 108, 110 Whitinger, Shelly 33, 43, 89, 110, 110 Wiand, Jeff 20 Wiand, Julie 33, 43, 89, 111 Wideman, Roger Wilburn, Sandy 50, 52, 78, 101, 103, 110 Wilhoite, Cara 33 Williams, Carol 89 Williams, George 96 Williams, Harold 20, 96 Williams, Joe 35, 96 Williams, Kenny 89 Williams, Michelle 46, 50, 52, 89, 103, 104, 107 Williams, Lisa 50, 52, 53, 83, 111, 123 Williams, Lori 111 Williams, Pam 69 Williams, Terrell 89 Williams, Tom 83 Wills, David 35, 36, 78, 108, 117 Wills, Dianna 69, 117 Wilson, Michelle 69 Wines, Marcie 69, 109 Wire, Mary 101 Wise, Brian 83 Wisehart, Kevin 89 Wisner, Sherri 89 Wittebort, Larry 69 Wittkamper, Darrell 50, 69, 115, 119 Wittkamper, Eldon 97 Wood, Matt 24 Woodruff, Robert 96 Woolums, Julie 83 Woodrum, Cheryle 69 Woodrum, Rogers 89 Worsley, Mark 16. 18, 19, 29, 35, 78, 100, 102, 108, 111 Wright, David 78 Wright, Mary 93 Wylie, Monte 78 Yates, Barbara 18, 52, 96, 101 Yeagley, David 89 Young, Jeff 89 Young, Lou Ann 50, 52, 89, 110 Young, Marty 89 Zink, Gary 25, 29, 18, 78 1591982 Crescent Staff The 1982 yearbook staff would like to thank the following people and all other people who have helped with the yearbook: the Call-Leader, Debbie Poynter, Mrs. McQuitty and the Art Department, Kim Ash, our yearbook rep., Josten’s American Yearbook Company, Prestige Studio, Mrs. Barr, Mrs. Disosway and all other school personnel who have given us information pictures, and their time. We would also like to thank our advertisers for their help and support. A special thanks goes to our advisor, Mrs. Sullivan, for without her help this yearbook wouldn’t have been possible. The Editors Crescent Staff — First row, left to right — Barry Ritter, photography editor; Shawn Heaton, business manager; Earl Shawhan, photography staff; Shawn Klein, sports editor; Nick Kiefer, assistant photography editor; second row — Pennie Whisler, coeditor; Jody Jones, underclass editor; Tina Sovern, co-editor; Lynn Etchison, co-senior editor; Lupe Jaramillo, co-art editor; Jane Copher, co-art editor; Kim Boston, co-senior editor. Not Pictured; Lisa McIntyre, co-editor; Tracey Chambers, underclass editor. 160

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