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

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Setting the stage for the 1982-83 Crescent Production is the (top) Elwood Community High School, the (above) John H. Hinds Area Vocational School, and the (right) Administration Building. CRESCENT 19 835 ELWOOD COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL R.R. 4 ELWOOD, IN. VOLUME 67c§a 3 p Shot 1. Hang in there, Marianne Bogard! 2. Smile, you’re on Candid Camera, Jim Savage. 3. A rainy football game. 4. Name that tune, Anne Morgan and Valerie Hiatt. .Jk 1 1. Tim Hoel, Lisa Moss, and Sherry White at junior powder puff practice. 2. Back row: Marcinda Rogers. Carol Currv. Front row: Maria Owens. Bob Stout. 3. David Werline, Homer Gross. Chris Pipkins, and Andy Tracy in ‘‘Merritt’s Believe It Or Not”. 4 Holding up the wall again are Kenny Fernung and Cecil Davis. 3Above left: The Panther defense comes in for the tackle. Above right: Panther fans cheer their team to a victory. Above: Coach Demuth gives Tim Collins some friendly advice!!!! Right: Tim Morgan dashes down the field to score a touchdown a panther victory in.... | J Homecoming ’82 Homecoming ’82 was “out of this world” with our “Space” theme and our 33-21 victory over the Mississinewa Indians. Some of the Homecoming activities were the bonfire and the powder puff football game which the senior girls won. Shelly Caldwell was selected as Homecoming Queen and was crowned by last year’s queen, Jeri McQuitty. Juniors took first place in the float competition with freshmen, second; seniors, third; and sophomores, last. 4Top Left: Jim Savage was parade marshall of the Homecoming parade this year. Left: Shelly Caldwell was crowned Homecoming queen by Jeri McQuitty. Far Left: The juniors took first place in this year’s float competition. Middle: Homecoming queen candidates, left to right, Juli Kaiser, 1981 Queen Jeri McQuitty, Susan Fettig, Shelly Caldwell. Carrie Gross, Christie Herniak, Terry Him-melrick. Lower Right: The traditional bonfire was held after the girls’ powder puff game.Across the page, left to right, first row — Hurry and get your refreshments, Jodi Jones, before the show begins. Jodi Ban non. Wayne Gallapoo. Bob Laster, and Darin Rominger eagerly await the opening production. Amy Linder, is that as glamor ous as it looks? Angie Melvin. Maria Owens, and Jeff Murray, practice makes perfect; second row — Yearbook staff members. Annie Heaton. Tracy McQuitty, and Susan Ogden, learn to roll film for this year’s Crescent production Alan Gosnell makes sure each prop is accounted for. VH (Valerie Hiatt), phone home. Nora Gomez assists a clue student in the writing of her chemistry script; third row — ECHS Enterprise energize. Jerry Reeves, Jeff Merida, and Pat Connors, gag me with a spoon! After three years of practicing, seniors are rewarded with well-deserved starring roles in the ECHS production. Juniors assume co-starring roles while the sophomores acquire the feature roles. Now we come to the long awaited parts for the “greenies” of the high school, the freshmen. They receive the title of “Up-Coming Attractions”. St .'• £■ « . . lUtSuAY VOTE'Soundtrack by Panther Band Credits for our fabulous soundtrack go to the Panther Band for an excellent performance of our theme song the “EHS Loyalty”. The Panther Band has received many other honors this past year in several areas. Last fall they attended various marching contests including the ISSMA District Contest. There they received a first division rating enabling them to go to State Finals in Terre Haute. The band boosters purchased new T-shirts and steak dinners for the band, and a pizza party was held to honor the hard work put in by the band. The band helped cheer on our school football and basketball teams and participated in the All-School Christmas Program. They sent many talented musicians to solo and ensemble contests and participated in Spring Concert Contest. They put on their annual Variety Show and are now getting ready for the 1983 marching season.So, you want to be in pictures? Top: “Can we talk?" Middle Left: Who’s your friend, Mark? Middle Right: “Take my picture.” Bottom Left: Our German foreign exchange student gets into Hoosier Hysteria. Bottom Right: Chow down! 12Top Left: Professor Burton demonstrates one of his latest theories. Top Right: “Everyone follow me." Middle Left: It’s a take. Middle Right: Yes. Rodger, it is a basketball. Bottom Left: Is this really necessary? Bottom Center: I’m a Valley Girl, for sure! Bottom Right: How’d they do that? 13Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors Seniors SeniorsFinal command The final appearance by the class of ’83 is here. As we approach the academy awards of graduation, we recall some of our earlier performances. Our freshman year was just a beginning for the class of ’83. Our float came in fourth place, but who will ever forget about “Rack’em up”! We sold light bulbs later in the year; wasn’t that a bright idea! Miss Kilgore was our sponsor. We finally moved up a notch, big sophomores. We improved a little on our Homecoming float, “Spur’em”, which received second place. Our first class officers were President Tim Morgan, Vice President Jim Savage, Secretary Susan Ogden, and Treasurer Christie Herniak. We sold candy this year with our new sponsor, Mrs. Luurtsema. One thing we won’t forget is the sophomore party at Mrs. Yates. Our junior year came along; we were finally upperclassmen, and our lockers were downstairs. Our float, ‘‘Devil Tamer” captured a second place. We sold candy again this year to raise money for our prom. Can you believe we turned the cafeteria into a Southern Plantation! Our senior year seemed to present early challenges, ordering announcements and gowns in October! Our big disappointment of the year was our third place Pantherprise. Our big decision is our future plans — college, marriage, job, or vocational school. As we take our final walk in May, we will have many memories of ECHS. Top right: Tim Morgan, president; Above: Jim Savage, vice president. Middle right: Ed Frye, secretary; Right: Stephanie Dellinger, treasurer. 16They all laughed Frederick Alan Aaron Christopher Joseph Adams Melissa Anne Altherr Karen Alison Amick Dianna Carol Ball Kimberly Sue Bradburn Charles Lee Brannen Brian Phillip Brown Andrea Elizabeth Bucci Rachel Ann Bucci 17Jill Arlene Casto Robert Russell Chapman Donald Howard Collis Donna Kimberly Collis Patrick Andrew Connors Jane Marie Copher Trade Natalene Cornwell Nancy Lynne Coston Frances Jo Creamer Georgia Mary DaleureBut look at us now Jodi Rene Dauenhauer Cecil Allen Davis Denise Marie Deckard Stephanie Ann Dellinger Douglas Wayne Doan Angela Kay Downham Anita Marie Emery Debra Kay Erdman Susan Marie Fettig Sammy Ray Fisher Loris Earlene Foley James Byron Fouts Edward Michael FryeJoseph Galbreath Wayne Edward Gallapoo Kevin Todd Garcia Kevin Wayne Gibson Laura Loraine Gill Andrea Lynn Gipson Nora Adelaida Gomez Kevin Edward Gootie Stephanie Lyn Grimes Carey Elizabeth Gross Senior Steering Committee — Front row, left to right, Shawn Burton, Stephanie Dellinger. Carey Gross. Pam Boruff, Jodi Jones Baker. Susan Fettig, Mark Harney; Gabriele Margot Grunau Anthony Joseph Hahn second row, Rich Lynch, Tim Morgan, Ed Frye, Jerry Reeves, Jim Savage. Sam Fisher, Todd McGuire. Neal Rebuck, Jeff Whitinger.We are on our way Christie Susan Herniak Valerie Suzanne Hiatt Theresa Marie Himmelrick Stanna Kay Hodson Stephanie Lynn Hofer Lisa Ann Hahn Terrie Lynn Hanshew Vicki Jean Hanshew Mark Anthony Harney Lisa Hartley Hughes Brian Eugene Haynes Harold Stanley Heater Richard Shawn Heaton Steven Robert Hembree Mark Anthony HaulkAndrea Ann Hoppenrath Jeffrey Alan Hughes Kevin Charles Humphrey Charles Bernard Idlewine Christina Marie Idlewine Lisa Dawn Jackman Joni Rae Jarvis Robert Anthony Jeske Darin Lee Jolliff Jennifer Sue Jones Jodi Jones Baker Valorie Lynn Jones Juli Ann Kaiser Brian Alexander Kane Kevin Michael KelichWe’ve experienced the past Liane Kraus Kilian Angela Sue Knotts Michael Lee Lane Nancy Renee Larson Robert Charles Laster Richard Bruce Lynch Todd Harrison McGuire Tina Lynn McKnight Mitsuka Manami Debra Lynn Marcrum David Frye Marley Harold Duane Mason Stephen Lynn Mays 23Robert Jeffrey Merida Amy Elizabeth Meschke Curt Joseph Miller Phillip Joe Miller Randall Lee Mitroff Barbara Ann Molden Anne Louise Morgan Timothy Scott Morgan Dwayne Lynn Mosbaugh Mark Allen Mundy Eric Wayne Neese Timothy James Nickles Sue Rae Ogden Mary Margaret Owens Kelly Dale Ozenbaughand we’re living for the future James Allen Raines Neal Anthony Rebuck Jerry Calvin Reeves Kasia Desiree Rider William J. Rittenhouse Barry Carl Ritter Michelle Lynn Robertson Randall Lee Robertson Lora Lee Romine Darrin Eugene Rominger Nancy Diann Payne Lynn Marie Pedro Deborah Louise Poynter Lorrie Linda Prus Michael Edwin ParkerCharlotte Sue Stewart Eric Eugene Stewart Jeannie Kay Stewart Daniel Joseph Swinford Jacqueline Noelle Teachnor n 26Good things won’t always last Christy White Boyland Monte Ray Wylie Jeffrey Dale Whitinger Sandra Wilburn Goodknight Dwight David Wills Not Pictured: Mitzi Lynn Bragg, Rebecca Jo Ann Cress. Carl Fredrick Flowers, Raymond Gerald Garner, L.G Kelly. Charles D. Robertson, David Michael Werline Mark Edward Worsley Gary Charles Zink Adriana Orquin Zuniga 27MMSEIGN El EM SEEKS Five foreign exchange students came from abroad to study here this year. They are Nora Gomez from Monterrey N.L., Mexico; Gabi Grunau from Hanover, West Germany; Liane Kilian from Porto Alegre, Brazil; Mitzi Minami from Fujisawa, Japan; and Andriana Zuniga from Madrid, Spain. Right: Andriana wants to be the next Shirley Temple. Far right: Ana and Gabi clown around in Senior Hall. Above: Mitzi hears no evil, Gabi speaks no evil, and Ana sees no evil. Right: Liane is a world class pillow-polo player. Far right: Mitzi does her imitation of Charlie Chaplain.Above left: Dahling, is Hollywood ready for me? Left: Gabi and Mitzi received surprises from their fans when they played in “Oklahoma.” Top: Gabi is caught with an unidentified friend. Middle: Nora and her friend Smurf smile for the camera. Above: Nora is a serious chemist. SOPHOMORE ’85!COMING ATTRACTION Cindy Anderson Jodi Bannon Beth Barnett Dennis Basham Mike Blackford Randy Blackford Debbie Blanton Marianne Bogard Andy Bousman Marsha Boyer Christopher Brannen Rhonda Brewer Randy Bryan Joe Burdsall Caroline Carmer Juniors are climbing the rating charts to victory lane. They were number one this year when it came to winning a first place with their homecoming float. Prom held Saturday, May 14, was a wild “Circus of Colour.” With Drew Courtney and Tracy McQuitty as co-chairmen, the juniors entertained the seniors and guests at the cafetorium in the high school. Class officers Kim Tucker, president; Tracy McQuitty, vice president; Cindy Peel, secretary; and Tim Collins, treasurer; directed the activities of the class of ’84. Good luck next year, juniors. You’re tops in the ratings to be seniors next year. Junior Class Steering Committee, top left to right, Ginny Millspaugh, Tracy McQuitty. Marianne Bogard, Cherryll Parker, Krista Collins, and Angie Shupperd. Second row. left to right. Kim Tucker. Sandy Long. Sherry Copus, Cindy Peel, Kathleen Cleaver, Ternia Decker, and Annie Heaton. Third row, left to right. Nick Long, Roger Holmes. Darin Moody. Frank Gosnell and Tim Collins. 32JUNIORS Tammy Chambers Kathleen Cleaver Kenneth Clymer Dean Cole Krista Collins Tim Collins Christina Connors Sherry Copus Kenneth Cornwell Drew Courtney Anthony Crull Carol Curry Evelyn Dame Todd Davis Terina Decker Scott Dehart Tamera Dellinger Shari Detling John Diehl Tabitha Diehl Brian Doan Kimberly Dowler Richard Dowling Rod Dowling Shelley Ellis Angie Everson Bruce Everson Thomas Finan James Fleenor William Fowler Bill Galbreath Todd Garrison Susan George William Gibson Mitzi Gillum Charles Glotzbach Alan Gosnell Frank Gosnell Joanne Green Homer Gross Michael Gross Joyce Hancock 33 Brian Haskett David Haynes Richard Hayward Annie Heaton Robin High Todd Hobbs Troy Hodson Robert Hancock Cheryl Hartman Tim Hoel Cindy Holliday Roger Holmes Julie Howey Bill Humphreys Kenneth Jackson Angela Johnson Brent Kane Brad Knotts Phil LaShure Pat Leavell Kevin Leisure '■1 fikV.4® ■ Nick Long Sandra Long Tina Lynas Lisa McClish Keith McCool Shane McCorkle Melissa McCune Harold McKinley Terry McKinleyTracy McQuitty Mary Maish 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 Tim Parker Dala Paro Leeanne Riegel Patty Robertson Scott Roby Brad Patterson Don Roe Walter Payne Marcinda Rogers Cindy PeelAngela Shuppard Lisa Simpson Rhonda Smith Linda Snyder Lisa Stage Kim Roller Rodger Runyan Lonny Scholl Brenda Shelton Beverly Shepard Ed Stanton Donna Stephens Shawn Stephens Kevin Stiner Brian Stockdale Julie Stout Charlene Tunnell Lisa Twiford Lori VanBuskirk Dion Vice Kelly Walker Jean Wallace Penny Wallis Barry Wheeler Sherry White Lisa Williams Julie Woolums i Julie Summers Not Pic,urgd: Kennth Carron, Tom Cast. Bill Dorothy Tate Kennedy. Jeff Tolle Jennifer Townsend Andy Tracy Kim Tucker 36Kris Amick Matt Ash Andy Ball Brad Bannister Randy Bannister Lisa Barr Vallarie Bastin Kelly Beeman Melissa Beeman Will Beeman Ted Bennett Jeff Benson Michele Boll Brent Boston John Bowyer Robyn Brannen Todd Bragg Robert Brown Anne Burke Angie Burnette 37Shelly Burton Sheila Buster Steve Carmer Jorge Casas Robin Chapman Richard Christie Jennifer Clark Robert Clegg Doug Clinkenbeard Kevin Clinkenbeard Marjorie Cole Christi Collis Tracy Coons Carla Copus Chris Courtney Rod Croy Curt Dauenhauer Nancy Dauenhauer Lee Davis Myra Davis Ray Davis Stacia Davis Cheryl Dodd Teresa Duncan Matt Dwiggins Deann Elledge Mike Evans Tony Faucett Brian Faulstich Doug Fernung Kenny Fernung Cindy Fleenor Joe Foley Cherrie Foor Susan Fowler Dana Fox Jodee Frazee Barbara Frye Michelle Fuller Dovie Galbreath Corinna Glotzbach Heather Grimes Phyllis Groover Jerry Gross Merle Haight Debra Hamm David Hancock Kim Haneline 38Mike Hansen Arthur Harris James Harvill Tina Haskett Dennis Haynes Tracy Hazelbaker Jeff Helpling Scott Higgins Angie Hobbs Renee" Hobson David Holliday Kim Holliday Pat Holliday Keith Howey Lisa Hubble Terry Hudson Jill Hughes Scott Hughes Shelley Hughes Bill Hunt Michael Israel Vicki Jackson Bret Jones Chris Jones Joy Jones Amy Jordan Paul Kangai Jennifer Kelich Todd Klein John KJeyla Robbie Lane Valerie Laster Mark Leavell Rick Lewellen Keith Ley Amy Linder 39 Keith Loar Michael Lowder Kent Luyet Mark Lyons Ron Maddox Tammy McClish Dusty McCord Wayne McCray Marla McDermit Lorra McKnight Robert Me Mullen Kevin McPhearson Sophomore Steering Committee: vice-president Shelly Burton, secretary Anne Burke, president Shelly Whitinger, treasurer Barbara Frye; second row. Kim Stover, Stacy Davis, Julie Wiand. Christy Pedro, Joy Jones. Debbie Hamm; back row, Kenny Fer-nung. Michele Boll, John Kleyla, Phil Norris. Doreena Maish Steve Metz Fay Miller David Mitchell Mark Morgan Scott Morris Terry Morris Lester Niccum Lisa Nichols Curt Nickles Phil Norris Mike Ogden Andy Osborn Lisa Parry Mike Patton Christy Pedro Shelly Peel Kelli Penn 40 41 Kenneth Penn Kelly Peters Wayne Pickell George Ponder Eric Poor Kim Powers Jana Pratt Patty Pratt Ann Raper Brian Rebuck Chris Reeves Paul Reynolds David Romine Stan Sallee Melodie Shepard Daren Smith Reva Smith April Spivey Kelly Stacy Kim Stover Lisa Stover Donnie Strong Levi Stutzman Sam Taylor The sophomores cast a great year during the 1982-83 year. Although their Homecoming float placed 4th, their determination wasn’t dampened. They produced a spirited red and blue hall for sectional this year, and for next year’s production costs, they held their annual candy sale. This year’s sophomore class was very spirited, and they showed a lot of interest in clubs and school happenings. Brian Riley Paul Rittenhouse Rich Roberson Brian Robertson Theda Roller Theodore RollerSteve Thornberry Brad Tolbert Brenda Tracy Cindy Tunnell Kathy Werline Jamie Whetstone Shelly Whitinger Julie Wiand Roger Wideman Cara Wilhoite Lori Williams Michelle Williams Mary Wire Kevin Wisehart Sherri Wisner Roger Woodrum David Yeagley James Young LouAnn Young Waiting in the Wings Corina Abshire Edward Amick Jennifer Anderson Tracy Anderson Frank Arehart Rachel Arbuckle Tina Austin Mark Back Julie Ballinger Deeann Bannon Dean Barnes Cheryl Barr James Beecher Tia Belisle Tim Belisle Lorj Bennett Don Blackford Jacobia Blackford Chris Bryan Richard Burdsall Tammy Burdsall Pat Burke Randy Burton Greg Buster Carla Capps Johnny Capps Kimberly Capps Brittian Carter Windy Carter Richard Cass Jerry Casto Angela Chamhers Jill Champion Eric Clark Roxie Clark 43Ann Cleaver Matt Connor Michelle Connors Sandy Cornwell Resa Cummings Bobby Cunningham Diana Cutsinger Spero Daleure Lynnette Davenport David Davis Tina Deckard Toyna Deckard Christy Decker John Dockery Mark Dwiggins Barbara Evans Andrea Faucett Craig Faulstich Russell Felton Troy Fesler Kristi Fettig Drew Finan Rodney Fite Brian Gaddis Loretta Galbreath Becky Galbreath Ginger Gallapoo Tom Gardner Chris George Larry Gibson The Freshman Class learned the tricks of the trade fast when they captured a second place finish with their Homecoming float. They added to the scenery at ECHS with their red and blue sectional hall. The Freshman Class was in charge of costumes; they ordered the most school jackets ever sold. Their fund-raising project this year was selling jewelry, which will aid in their production costs through high school. At the helm of this class was Mrs. Darren Pa-quin. The frosh now have a year’s experience as understudies to fill the shoes of the sophomores next year. Spacing off again. Maria? 44Pam Goins Tina Gordon John Gosnell Kris Greenlee Tricia Grimes Lisa Groover Richard Harting Greg Hartman Shelly Hartsock Joe Haulk Kevin Haynes Carmen Headley Andy Heady Steve Helpling Bob Helton Vanessa Hiatt Tracy High Amy Hillard Tim Himmelrick Jamica Hobbs Stan Hodson Ray Holliday Lisa Hoover Cliff Hoskins Brian Howey Bob Hueston Bobbi Huff Kelly Huff Brian Hunt Tammy Hunt Stacie Jack Jr Jaramillo Shannon Klein Scott Lawson Kim Lee Tim Leisure 45Kenny Lehman Mike Linder Mike Luther Jeff Lynas Marshall Lyons Jim McClain Patty McCracnen Tash McDaniel Pat McDaniel Tim McKinley Kert Massey Marty Mays Angie Melvin Lisa Miller Cindy Mitroff Morris Moody Jennifer Moore Alesa Moss Christina Mowell Richard Mullen Beth Murphy Jeff Murray Jenny Nash Loren Naylor Cindy Neese Jack Osborn Maria Owens Dutch Parish Chuck Paro Marianne Perez 46Chris Phillips Pat Phillips Ron Phillips Mike Piirto Tom Plake Tammy Poison Jim Preston Tracey Priest Ken Reeves Stacey Rickabuagh Leah Richwine Curt Rider Lesly Riegel Kevin Rittenhouse Melissa Rittenhouse Bryan Robbins Renee Row Tammy Scholl Kelly Shepard Tracy Shepard Dawn Slater Brian Small David Smith Kelly Smith Lisa Sorg Charles Stage Jenny Stephens Mike Stewart Rex Stewart Mike Stover Left: A freshman with muscles? Above Freshmen work REALLY hard on their float. 47Kerry Svendsen Pam Tate Sherrie Taylor Ann Thornberry Deanna Tinch Brian Trueblood Jeff Tumulty Debbie Twiford Kelly Updegraff David Vice David Warner Brent Waymire iiiumtU Sandy Wean Kim Werline Martha Whisler Joe White David Williams Dennis Wines Freshman Steering Committee; First row — Steve Helpling, Brian Howey. Joe White; second row - Marianne Perez, Resa Cummings, Tracey Anderson. Angie Melvin, Anne Thornberry. Kim Lee. Ginger Gala-poo, third row — Leah Richwine, Christy Decker. Kim Werline. Maria Owens, Rachel Arbuckle, Carmen Headley. Shane Wolff Alycia Wright John Wright Jodie Wright Bill Yates Bob Young Robert Pritchard Dean Vice Martin Young Not pictured are Rodney Mason, Martina Teague, Christopher Gardner. Thomas Harting, Tricia Patterson, and Sheila Smith. 4 4850Asst. Prin. James Compton Voc. School Dir. Earl Watson Asst. Voc. Dir Dan Rayshich Roll ’Em Long hard hours of preparation and patience have gone into the making of this year’s 1982-83 ECHS production. Our directors and producers have again devoted their time to the perfection of another feature attraction. These instructors have been busily preparing scripts and sound tracks for the students’ use. Everyone stand up and applaud our award-winning faculty and administrators. Principal Gordon Paquin Asst. Supt. George Dudley Eiwood Community School Board - Seated: Cathy Goins, Dick Herndon, and Marilyn Thorn-berry; standing: Tom Cassidy and Bob Abernathy. Secretaries Cathy Ogden Carol Courtney Susan Dudley Candie Courtney Gretchen WatsonDon Fortner Connie Fortner Seated, Emily Leavell, superintendent’s secretary. Standing left to right; Jane Davis, special services secretary; Mary Wright, assistant superintendent's secretary; Barbara Kurtz, treasurer. Jeanne Barr Susan Bogard Karen Abel Beverly Austin Marilyn BarnettMR. COMPTON Mrs. Courtney takes time out to celebrate her birthday. Diana Garner Don Garner Judy Hicks David Hoffman Betty House Phil Huffman Mark Hughes Mick Jarrett Julie Johnson Sharon Johnson Alan Knapp Donald Leisure Gary Linder Marilyn LucasRhonda Luurtsema Robert Moore George Ray Roger Shanks Betty Starkey Anna May McQuitty Darren Paquin Jane Scharff Paula Simmons Darrell McQuitty Tom Pantos Naomi Schwear Joan Mercer Raeanna Merritt Linda Personette Bus Drivers — first row. Mary Fredd. Mary Ritter. Rulon Hartley, Ralph Drake. Debbie Green (sub.); second row, Frank Preston. Judy Huffman. Susie Brown. Rhonda Murray (sub.), Carl Ritter. Betty Stone. Eldon Wittkamper. Not pictured. Don Tucker. Marie Weaver. “BEHIND THE SCENES” - Look at our fabulous stage crew consisting of nine cooks, six custodians, and ever faithful bus drivers. The cooks give us nourishment for when our directors decide to give us a break. The bus drivers make it a point to get us to the studio on time, and the great custodians make sure the stage is perfectly clean and ready to go for the next day's shooting. Center — Custodians are. kneeling, Jerry Davenport. Steve Savage: standing, Don Plake, George Morgan. Loretta Hittle, Mary Poole. Below — Cooks are, seated. Jean Caldwell, Glenda Slate, Rosalie Hancock. Martha Bennett, Rachel Peeper; standing, Denise Mosbaugh, Colleen Rikabaugh, Jean Stewart. Mildred Pantos, supervisor. Gfc 57the winds E.T. P H0NE mm of war M A S H TYLENOL POISONINGS RESULT IN 7 DEATHS ITI63SI6S outbreak Strdj and' r'u. foiling mnumuf | artificial r7V[Xmissile THE FfILKLflNDS plo inacHrie cF tlie year Israel E.T I redskinsAlthough plagued with injuries, Panthers showed “True Grit” in the 1982 football season ending with a 6-4 record. Co-captains for the 1982 season were Shawn Burton and Tim Morgan, who, along with Mark Harney and Ray Holliday, were chosen outstanding offensive players. Outstanding defensive players were Kelly Ozenbaugh, Gary Zink, Rich Lynch, and Mark Worsley. The most improved player was Randy Robertson. The Panthers’ leading rusher for 1982 was Tim Morgan, who rushed 202 times and gained 1016 yards. Leading passer was Todd McGuire, who threw 55 completed passes for 842 yards. Leading receiver for the Panthers was freshman Ray Holliday, who caught the pigskin 17 times for 326 yards. The ’83 Panthers will be ready for an undefeated season with three great co-captains, Rodger Runyan, Tim Collins, and Nick Long. Front row (left to right). 84 L. Snyder. 82 B. Stockdale. T. McQuitty. R. Hobson. K Tucker. J. Stout. S. Burton. J. Hughes, S. Fettig, C. Davis, 56 K Stiner; second row. 34 R. Smith. 42 D. Fernung, 21 J Hughes, 85 M. Ogden, 80 D. Reeves. 31 A. Gosnell, 66 B. Boston. 26 R. McMullen. 53 A Harvill, 71 S. Thornberry. 50 W McCray; third row. 67 J. Kleyla, 30 P. Holliday, 52 D. Moody, 77 M Morgan, 65 S. Higgins, 54 S. Burton, 24 T. Morgan. 60 M Harney, 22 M Worsley. 5 T. Bragg. 32 G. Zink, 20 R. Holliday; fourth row. 3 T. McGuire. 83 T. Klein. 40 B. VanBuskirk. 62 T. Hoel. 76 J. Helpling, 36 N. Long, 44 R. Lynch, 63 C. Adams. 61 K Ozenbaugh. 25 E. Neese, 11 B. Haskett, 10 D. Basham, 86 M. Sosbe; fifth row. 29 B. Brown. 78 M. Perez. 69 D. Marley, 9 J. Tolle, 75 S. Stephens, 90 R Runyan. 73 R. Holmes, 33 T. Collins, 89 R. Robertson. 72 R. Bannister, 12 E. Frye, 74 A Harris; back row. Coach Patz, Coach Vickery. Coach Knapp. Coach Demuth, Coach Hughes, Coach Runyan. Coach Huffman 621. Dennis Basham helps to cheer his fellow teammates on to another victory. 2. Kevin Stiner lends a helping hand and a screwdriver to mend Ed Frye's helmet. 3. Coach Demuth looks on in deep concentration. 4. Jane Copher aids the thirsty. 5. Ray Holliday does another of his high kicks.HHWilBBi 1. Mark Back blocks against a Tipton Blue Devil. 2. Matt Conner and Larry Gibson warm up before a big game. 3. Larry Gibson tries to score some points against an opponent. 4 Mr. Kanpp gives a “Pep Talk” before a game. 5. Brian Howey runs onto the field, while Kim Werline and Marianne Perez cheer on the team. 64The Elwood freshman football team finished the season with a 5-2 record. Overall, it was a good season. It was not the type of season that everyone hoped for from this freshmen group, but it was the one expected by many. The Panthers beat Tipton, Blackford, Mississinewa, Madison Grant, and Pendleton Heights. Setbacks came at the hands of Alexandria and Peru. During the season a total of 12 starting positions was vacated due to injuries. Several key players were sidelined for the year because of their injuries. Before the season was over every player started somewhere for the team. At the awards banquet Steve Helpling was voted Most Valuable Defensive Player, Larry Gibson was voted Most Valuable Offensive Player, and Rich Mullens was voted Most Valuable Player. Many of these freshmen will be looked upon to help the varsity squad during the next three years. First row — Dennis Roadruck, Pat Burke, Jim Beecher, Cliff Hoskins, Rich Mullins. Dean Barnes; 2nd row Billy Yates. Andy Heady. Marty Mays. Curt Rider, Steve Helpling, Jeff Lynas, Marshall Lyons; 3rd row - David Vice. Jack Osborn. Frank Arehart, Brian Howey, Pat Phillips, Chris Phillips. Mark Back, 4th row Coach Phil Huffman, Tom Plake, Randy Burton. Matt Conner, Larry Gibson, Mike Piirto, and Coach Robert VickeryVOLLEYBALL Being There This year’s varsity volleyball team was very young with six sophomores and four seniors. Seven girls were regulars on varsity; three girls played both J.V. and varsity. The team finished its season with a 9-13 record and third place in the conference. The Junior Varsity team finished with a 6-1 conference record; they had 12 wins and 7 losses. Juli Kaiser was selected to the second Madison County Volleyball team and the first CIC team. Kasia Rider made the second CIC team. This year the team played in a different sectional conference, changing from the Madison Grant conference to Madison Heights. Coach Personette commented, “The next two years look good as we have a returning veteran team and should do quite well.” Top: Juli Kaiser and Kasia Rider were named to the volleyball honorary teams. Center left: Stephanie Dellinger keeps the ball in play during a game. Center right: Stephanie Dellinger and Terry Himmelrick guard the net. Left to right, front row: Myra Davis. Brenda Tracey. Reva Smith. Terry Himmelrick, Juli Kaiser, Amy Jordan, Anne Morgan, back row: Coach Linda Personette. Tammy McClish, Cara Wil-hoite. Angie Hobbs. Julie Wiand. Shelly Whitinger, Stephanie Dellinger. Kasia Rider. Assistant Sue Scott. 66Left to right, front row: Tammy Burdsall, Alycia Wright, Cheryl Dodd, Angie Melvin, Natasha McDaniel; back row: Coach Linda Per-sonette, Tammy McClish. Cara Wilhoite, Teresa Duncan, Gabi Grunau, Christy Pedro, Shelly Whitinger, Sue Scott, Assistant. Center: Cara Wilhoite and Alycia Wright get ready to help Shelly Whitinger as she bumps the ball. Bottom left: Fine serve, Gabi! Bottom right: Shelly Whitinger bumps again as Cara Wilhoite looks on. 671. Rich Welcher displays his talent that made him the number one player for the Elwood Tennis team. 2. Scott Carroll races for the ball to score against his opponent. 3. Five seniors who contributed to tennis team play this year are graduating. They are Evan Theoharis, Scott Carroll. Rich Welcher. Neal Rebuck, and Jerry Reeves. Elwood Junior Varsity Tennis Team — front row, Lisa Barr, Pat Leavell. Lisa Hubble; second row. Brian Hunt Lisa Stover, Mike Linder. Coach Brian Courtney. Not again i Elwood Varsity Tennis Team - left to right, front row. Kelly Walker, Mark Leavell, Jerry Reeves; second row Rich Welcher, Scott Carroll, Evan Theoharis, Neal Rebuck, Coach Brian Courtney. The 1982 edition of the Panther tennis team was composed of many returning senior lettermen. The season could be summed up at best as a “big disappointment”. The varsity failed to come up with a team victory, finishing with a record of 0-10. However, all was not a total loss. Seniors Rich Welcher. Evan Theoharis, Scott Car-roll, Neal Rebuck, and Jerry Reeves improved with each match that came along. Junior Kelly Walker, sophomore Mark Leavell, and freshman Mike Linder also saw varsity action and played some fine tennis throughout the season. The Panthers also had some good tennis played at the junior varsity level. Players Wayne Pickell, Pat Leavell, Brian Hunt, Lisa Barr, Lisa Stover, and Lisa Hubble also showed fine play at times during the 1982 season. With nine returning players, next year could be a change for the better. • V. ON THE RUN ...inexperience is the cause of a so-so 1982 season. The 1982 cross country team was very young and few in numbers, but with all the team members returning, the 1983 cross country season should improve a great deal. Coach Darrell McQuitty stated, “Cross country is a sport that takes a great deal of self-discipline; it is difficult to find enough people who really want to put out a lot of effort and time necessary to be a good distance runner.’’ Counting dual, 3-way, and invitational meets, the team record was 9-36. Elwood Cross country team — left to right, front row, Keith McCool, Terry Morris Mike Gross, Tina Deckard; second row. Coach Darrell McQuitty. Troy Hodson Steve Metz, Chris Reeves. J.D. Dockery 1. Steve Metz is on the run. 2. Troy Hodson practices before another team challenge. 3. Keith McCool puts in that extra effort to cross the finish line. ]• "OLD ILLINOIS H 1983 basketball team had the most regular season wins since the 1973-74 season. They finished third in the CIC, the highest ranking since the mid ’70’s. Steve Hembree was leading scorer with 17.9 points per game, followed by Jamie Whetstone with a 14.6 average. Shaun Stephens was the leading rebounder in the county for the regular season with 203. David Wills was high man in assists with 79. Hembree was also named to the CIC first team and the all-Madison County team with Whetstone gaining a place on the CIC sec- Wo'rc loyal to you El wood High; We’re all staunch and true, Elwood High; And we’ll back Gunst the For we know Flwood High. Go smash, that V- Go rashing Our team i: On. boys, for Victor- Cnee Chau. F.lwood Hi J o our dea Vill always Upon the bedjetb ll floor We’re fighting for you Like men of old on giants Placing reliance, shouting defiance O’SKEY, WOW' WOW! 70 ond team. Seniors Jeff Merida and Tim Morgan were the best defensive players on the team, both having played varisty ball for two years, Rodger Runyan was named as most improved player for the season. Coach Daugherty indicated that the defeats of Frankton and Tipton were the real highlights of the 1982-83 season. Front row, left to right: Susan Fettig. Renee Hobson. Kim Tucker, Julie Stout. Jill Hughes. Shelly Burton. Tracy McQuitty; second row: Kevin Stiner. Wayne McCray. Frank Gosnell. Jeff Merida. Nick Long. David Wills. Cecil Davis. Brian Stockdale; third row: Coach Mike Bomholt, Coach Joe Williams. Shaun Stephens. Jamie Whetstone. Rodger Runyan, Roger Holmes. Steve Hembree. Tim Morgan. Coach Phil Huffman, and Head Coach Stan Daugherty.Steve Hembree joined the 1,000 point club this season during the third quarter of the game against Tipton. He joins four other players in this elite club. These players are Rod Hicks, Darrell McQuitty, John Men-gelt, and Phil Leisure. Steve is also the 37th player in Madison County to hit 1,000 points. Steve finished the season with 1,126 points. Congratulations. Steve! Madison-Grant Kokomo Haworth Pendleton Heights Lapel Noblesville Frankton Madison Heights Mount Vernon Hamilton Heights Westfield Mississinewa Alexandria Blackford Taylor Tipton Tri-Central Marion Bennett Wabash Peru Anderson Highland Marion THEM 58 77 47 45 70 46 75 71 66 57 45 64 46 61 54 70 76 59 57 86 68ami JUNIOR VARSITY This year’s junior varsity team improved greatly. Mr. Huffman stated that a scrimmage against the varsity team prepared the squad for each game. With Ray Holliday, Mike Stover, and Scott Leisure, who now play on the freshman team moving up, Mr. Huffman and Mr. Daugherty plan on having an excellent junior varsity and varsity squad next year. Frank Gosnell goes for the ball. Elwood Junior Varsity Basketball team — left to right, front row. Ray Holliday, Frank Gosnell, Bret Jones, Scott Leisure; second row, Coach Huffman. David Mitchell, Rich Robertson. Donnie Strong, Paul Reynolds.Through hard work and determination, the freshman basketball team showed its true acting ability by having big wins over Marion Bennett, Lapel, Mississinewa, and Wes Del. The team improved every game and will make an outstanding junior varsity and varsity squad next year. Matt Connors concentrates before making that winning shot. Coach Joe Williams is making one of his major decisions. Elwood Freshman Basketball team — left to right, front row, cheerleaders Ginger Gallapoo, Kim Lee. J.D. Dockery, Matt Connors, Jim Beecher, cheerleaders Marianne Perez, Kim Werline; second row. Frank Arehart, Ray Holliday, Larry Gibson, Brian Howey, Cliff Hoskins, Tom Plake; third row, Steve Helpling, Scott Leisure, Mike Linder, Coach Joe Williams, Mike Piirto, Mike Stover. Brian Gaddis. ] 73MIMIIJII Elli l 74Girls' Basketball Although the girls’ basketball team did not win any games this year, they did work hard and show a desire to do their best. Only four seniors were on the varsity this year. Stephanie Dellinger, Juli Kaiser, Gabi Grunau, and Kasia Rider will be lost to next year’s team due to graduation. Several players will return next year which makes the outlook much nicer for the next few years. Christy Pedro. Shelly Whitinger, Kelly Peters, and Julie Wiand are sophomores who all started some time throughout the year. Add to them Lisa Stover, Cindy Tunnell, Tammy McClish (all sophomores) and frosh Kristi Fettig and the outlook for the future looks good. Kasia Rider, Christy Pedro, and Juli Kaiser were the leading scorers this year while Christy Pedro and Kasia Rider led the team in rebounding. The junior varsity team’s record was 2-13; however, they lost several games by 1 or 2 points. They continued to improve as the year progressed. c; 1. Guard that ball. Christy. 2. Gabi shows them how to spin it. 3. Shoot for two. Lisa! 4. Hi. Anne! 5. Mr McQuitty gets the girls in a huddle to talk. Left to right, row one: A. Morgan. J.Kaiser. C. Pedro, G. Grunau. S. Dellinger. K. Rider. R Smith; row two: K Peters. S. Whitinger. J. Wiand. L Stover. K. Fettig. C. Tunnell, T. McClish, Coach McQuitty. 76Left to right, row one: L. Barr. A Wright. C. Headley. K. Werline; row two: T McDaniels. T. Burdsall. J. Champion. C. Tunnel), A. Hobbs; row three: Coach Scott. K. Fettig, M. Rittenhouse, Coach McQuitty. E WOMEN Left to right, row one: Coach Yates, A. Morgan, T. Himmelrick, J. Kaiser, K Rider, S. Dellinger; row two: M. Wire. A. Jordan. G. Grunau, K. Tucker, T. McQuitty, Coach Personette; row three: M. McCune, B. Tracy, C. Wilhoite, R. Smith, T. McClish; row four: A. Hobbs. J. Wiand, S. Whitinger. K. Peters. C. Pedro, M Davis. 77IT TAKES A LITTLE MORE T0 BE A CHEERLEADER! Choreographers spend many hours making up dances for spectacular productions. Elwood Community High School’s cheerleaders spent many hours this year perfecting their routines to lead yells at athletic events and generate spirit among the Panthers fans. Kim Tucker, captain, Tracy McQuitty, Susan Fettig, Jill Hughes, Renee Hobson, and Shelly Burton formed the varsity squad. Varsity partners Jim Savage, John Kleyla, Rich Lynch, Spero Daleure, Mark Morgan, and Alan Gosnell assisted with formations for the basketball season. Ginny Millspaugh, captain, Shelly Peel. Joy Jones, and Michelle Boll made up the junior varisty squad while Ginger Gallapoo, captain, Marianne Perez, Kim Werline, and Kim Lee formed the freshman squad. Julie Stout was Polly Panther. Elwood’s varsity cheerleaders went to camp at Purdue University during the summer for a week. They worked very hard, and it was worthwhile when they came home with two excellent ribbons, five superior ribbons and a spirit stick. The varsity also competed in several fairs over the summer including Madison County 4-H Fair, Tipton County 4-H Fair, Howard County 4-H Fair, and the State Fair. The junior varsity and the freshmen attended St. Mary’s College for summer camp. The junior varsity came home with one outstanding and four excellent ribbons. The freshmen brought back three excellent and two outstanding ribbons. Elwood s 1982 83 cheerleader sponsor Freshman cheerleaders left to right. Kim Lee, Ginger Gallapoo. Marianne Perez, and Kim Werline. was Ms. Jill Hoose. Varsity Cheerleaders - bottom row, Kim Tucker and Jill Hughes; middle row, Renee Hobson, Julie Stout as Polly Panther, and Shelly Burton; top row, Susan Fettig and Tracy McQuitty.Varsity Cheerleaders Partners bottom. Rich Lynch, Jim Savage. Spero Daleure, Julie Stout. Alan Gosnell, Mark Morgan, John Kleyla; top, Renee Hobson, Tracy McQuitty, Jill Hughes, Kim Tucker. Susan Fettig. Shelly Burton Varsity Partners — left to right, bottom row, Mark Morgan, Spero Daleure. Alan Gosnell; top. Jim Savage. Rich Lynch. John Kleyla. Loud Crowd left to right, front row. Julie Stout. Susan Fettig. Shelly Burton. Renee Hobson. Kim Tucker. Jill Hughes, Tracy McQuitty; second row. Spero Daleure. Jim Savage. Rich Lynch. Mark Morgan. John Kleyla. Alan Gosnell; third row. Shelly Peel. Ginny Millspaugh, Joy Jones. Shelly Fuller, Christy Decker, Missy Rittenhouse. Linda Snyder; fourth row. Dena Vice. Kim Lee, Marianne Perez. Kim Werline. Michelle Williams. Jenny Nash. Tina Gordon; fifth row. Charlotte Stewart. Melissa Altherr, Vicki Hanshew, Marcinda Rogers. Carol Curry. Cheryll Parker. Angie Burnette; sixth row. Jennifer Moore. Dawn Slayter, Angie Shupperd, Jane Morgan, Terina Decker. Mitzi Minami. Nancy Dauenhauer; seventh row. Melodie Shepard. Kim Stover. Marjorie Cole. Barbara Frye, Shelly Hughes. Rhonda Smith. Kris Amick. Susie Fowler 79Wrestling The Panther wrestling team ended the season with a 2-12 dual meet record. “The record did not really show how the young Panthers wrestled,” commented Coach Hughes. The grapplers were hurt by forfeits this year. Many of the meets that were lost had to be forfeited because of no contenders in the heavyweight class. “The team was relatively young this year, but much improvement was shown by every wrestler on the squad as the season progressed,” commented Coach Hughes. The team finished a very respectable 4th place in the CIC and sent five wrestlers on to the regionals. “With the improvements shown by the squad this year, the following seasons should prove to be very exciting,” stated Coach Hughes about the up coming season. Outstanding wrestlers for the season were senior Eric Stewart, 19-4, placing first in CIC and 2nd in sectional; junior Tim Hoel, 17-6, placing first in sectional, 2nd in CIC, and 4th in regional; junior Tim Collins, 10-6, placing 2nd in CIC and 2nd in sectional; and sophomore Robert McMullen, 12-8, placing 2nd in CIC, and 2nd in sectional. Wrestling Team — First row. left to right, Robert McMullen. Rick Lewellen, Chris Courtney. Rex Stewart, Terry Morris, manager Melissa McCune; second row, manager Spero Daleure Troy Hodson, Steve Carmer, Mike Lowder, Brian Hunt, Drew Finan, manager Andy Heady; third row. Brian VanBuskirk. Jeff Hughes. David Hancock. Curt Dauenhauer, Doug Fernung, Keith Ley; fourth row, Coach Robert Vickery, Eric Stewart, Mark Harney. Ed Frye, Tim Collins, Tim Hoel, Rich Lynch. Jerry Reeves, Coach Mark Hughes. Top: Coach Hughes watches with enthusiasm. Above: Terry Morris gets set to challenge an opponent 80“The Panther mat-mates did a fine job this year by cheering at the meets and helping with the CIC meet that was held at Elwood this year,” stated Coach Hughes. The mat-mates are in charge of team spirit and handing out the ribbons at the meets. P. 01 1 i 'V ' f T j ' i MAT-MATES — Left to right, Tammy Chambers, Tina Connors, Cindy Nickles, Lisa Stage. Not pictured: Jane Copher. 1. The team watches to see the results of a teammates' match. 2. Steve Carmer fights for a win against an opponent at a meet. 3. Terry Morris pins an opponent in a match. 81Girls9 track team has sophs' support. Though this year’s girls’ track team was small, they had lots of enthusiasm and gained a great deal of experience. Christy Pedro was the only Elwood girl to qualify for sectional. She ran in the 400-meter dash and placed 2nd and advanced to regionals at Carmel. Christy set a conference and school record in the 400-meter dash at Blackford. “The team this year worked hard and improved throughout the season,’’ stated Assistant Coach Julie Johnson. Coach Barbara Yates said she hopes to see more girls come out for track next year. Front row Lisa Barr, manager; Brenda Tracy, Cheryl Dodd, Myra Davis, Nancy Larson, and Renee Hobson, manager; second row. Mary Wire, manager; Kim Stover. Kelly Peters. Jane Morgan. Valorie Laster, and Amy Jordon, manager; third row Coach Barbara Yates, Tina Haskett. Christy Pedro. Tracy McQuitty. Amy Hillard. Angie Hobbs. Julie Wiand. and Assistant Coach Julie Johnson. Top left: Christy Pedro hands off the baton to Kelly Peters. Left: Christy Pedro clears the bar in the high jump. Above center: Myra Davis struggles in the long jump. Above: Angie Hobbs gives her all in the shot put. 82Boys' team improves Left: The team stretches out before a tuff workout. Above: Rich Lynch concentrates as he gets set to jump the hurdles. Above left: The team warms up in a sprint to start off a workout. “There was a lot of improvement made by everyone throughout the season,” stated Coach Demuth in describing the 1983 track team. Those who qualified for sectional May 19 were Rich Lynch, 400 relay, low hurdles, high hurdles; George Ponder, 400, 1600 relay; Tim Collins, low hurdles, 400 relay, 1600 relay; Jeff Merida, long jump, 400 relay, 1600 relay; Dennis Basham, long jump, 400 relay; Kevin Kelich, 400, 1600 relay; Roger Holmes, high jump, 400 relay, 1600 relay; Keith McCool, 3200; Troy Hodson, 3200; and Donnie Strong, 1600 relay. “The track team will miss the three seniors, Rich Lynch, Kevin Kelich, and Jeff Merida, next year,” stated Coach Demuth. Front row, David Vice, Tim Collins, Kevin Kelich, Rich Lynch, Jeff Merida, Mark Morgan; second row, Roger Holmes, Dennis Basham, Keith McCool, Melisa McCune, manager; third row, Donnie Strong, Randy Bannister, George Ponder, Mike Perez, Bob Heflin. Mike Piirto, Troy Hodson; fourth row, Randy Burton, manager; J.D. Dockery, manager; Brian Howey; last row. Coach Demuth, Coach Vickery, and Coach Hughes. 83Grace, I form, The gymnastics team was composed of mostly sophomores and freshmen. This was the first experience with gymnastics most of the girls ever received. They were winless in their matches, but they gained experience and showed improvement throughout the year. Most of the girls will attend workshops and take lessons this summer. Look out for this team in a couple of years; they’ll be in the spotlight. Front row: Mrs. Yates. Amy Jordan. Dana Fox. Kim Tucker. Myra Davis. Christy Decker. Renee Hobson, Tina Deckard, Jill Hughes, Mary Wire. Amy Hillard, and Tammy Crull; second row: Kim Stover, Anne Cleaver. Rachel Arbuckle. Cheryll Parker. Angie Melvin, Shelly Peel, Tracy McQuitty, and Shelly Burton. 1 Kim Tucker is reaching for the stars. 2. Renee Hobson displays her grace on the balance. 3. Shelly Burton does a hop. skip, and a jump in her floor exercise. 84Golf Team - Front row: Doug Fernung, Brian Riley. Brent Boston. Steve Helpling, Drew Finan, Chris Bryan. Jim Beecher, and Matt Connor; second row: Chris Phillips. Mark Leavell. Steve Hembree. Rich Welcher. Jeff Whitinger, Kelly Walker. Evan Theoharis, Mark Worsley. and Coach Howard Huffman. FORE Left: He was a SWAINGIN’M! Right: Steve and Jeff stand at attention while Evan takes a swing. The golf team finished out their year with a winning record. The team was inconsistent throughout the year, which led to a few disappointments. Some of the teams that were defeated by the Panthers were Tri-Central, Peru, Tipton, and Frankton. Senior members this year were Mark Worlsey, Steve Hembree, Evan Theoharis, Rich Welcher, and Jeff Whitinger. Next year will be a rebuilding year since they are losing many seniors. Mark Worsley was presented with the most outstanding golf award. 85 Far left: Mark Worsley drives another for top honors. Left: Freshman Drew Finan putts his way out of a sand trap.Varsity baseball: Front row, left to right, Frank Gosnell, Randy Blackford, Brett Jones, Manager Brian Stockdale, Shane McCorkle, Gary Zink, Ray Holliday; second row. Manager Wayne McCray, Todd Bragg, Larry Gibson, Brian VanBuskirk. Brian Haskett, Scott Higgins. Keith Ley, Manager Doug Doan; back row. Coach Joe Williams, Rich Roberson, Kevin Leisure, Rodger Runyan, Shaun Stephens, Bruce Everson. Coach Mike Bomholt. Right: First baseman Rodger Runyan puts the tag on an opponent. Lower right: Coach Mike Bomholt makes some heavy plans from the dugout. play the field Panthers The 1983 Panther Baseball Team had its ups and downs. Inconsistent play led to a disappointing year, but the mighty Panthers hung in there. Toward the end of the season the players really showed much improvement. On Memorial Day, the Panthers bravely headed into the Anderson sectional. The varsity roster consisted of 2 seniors, 8 juniors, 2 sophomores, and 1 freshman. The Panthers had their biggest wins against Frankton, 2-0; Oak Hill, 3-2; Lapel, 3-1; and Tipton, 4-1. Who could forget the Tipton game? Coach Mike Bomholt promised to run from Hobbs to Elwood if the players came through with a victory. He kept that promise and made it to Elwood in 36 minutes! The best pitchers for the season were Bruce Everson, Shaun Stephens, and Todd Bragg. Rodger Runyan, Bruce Everson, Shaun Stephens, Brett Jones, and Gary Zink led the team in batting averages. Rodger Runyan was given the baseball award at Awards Night. With 11 lettermen expected to return next year, the team is looking forward to a great season.Junior varsity baseball: Front row. left to right, Rich Mullen, Scott Hughes, Andy Harvill, Cliff Hoskins. Kevin Haynes; second row, Keith Ley. Shane McCorckle, Rich Roberson, Scott Higgins, Larry Gibson, Ray Holliday; back row. Manager Greg Hartman, John Kleyla, Coach Joe Williams, Frank Arehart. Manager Joe White. Left: Bruce Everson shows his great pitching form. Above: Frank Gosnell dives back to first base. The 1983 junior varsity baseball team, coached by Joe Williams, developed into a fine offensive team. Their best win was against Tipton by a score of 17 to 7. The JV’s toughest opponents were Marion and Blackford. Both teams won by only one point. During the Marion game, Keith Ley pitched all nine innings and Scott Higgins hit a home run. Higgins and Scott Hughes were the best hitters for the season. The best pitchers were Keith Ley, Larry Gibson, and Rich Mullen. 87SING, SING, SING ! The choral department at E.C.H.S. has been working steadily this year and progressed to new heights. They participated in the annual Christmas program and Variety Show. Many students took part in the solo and ensemble contest with several becoming eligible to attend the state contest at Butler University. Seven students received leading parts and others supporting roles in the ’83 musical “Oklahoma.” A new group that just got started is the swing choir which will be well on its feet by next year. CHOIR — first row, S. Fowler. V. Hanshew, S. Grimes, K. Collins, K. Tucker. D. Stephens, C. Stewart, C. Curry. B. Evans. J. Stout; second row. S. Cornwell. K. Amick, R. Smith. C. Parker. S. White, R. Brannen, A. Shupperd, M. Altherr, G. Grunau. C. Abshire; third row. D. Jolliff, R Lynch, Miss Simmons, director; K. Young. S. Roby. Top left: Swing Choir hopefuls learn a new dance. Top: Choral Company sings at the Christmas Concert Far left: D. Jolliff, J. Stout, S. Roby. V. Hanshew, J. Murray. M Altherr. R. Lynch were lead singers in “Oklahoma.” Left: Sherry. Krista, and Kim practice for Swing Choir. CHORAL COMPANY — first row, left to right, R. Row, M. Minami, S. Fowler, V. Hanshew, S. Grimes, K. Collins. K. Tucker. D. Stephens. C. Stewart. C Curry, B. Evans, J. Stout, D. Slater; second row: L. Richwine, J. Howey. S. Cornwell. K. Amick, R. Smith, S. Parker, S. White, R. Brannen. A. Shupperd, M. Altherr, G. Grunau, C. Abshire. S. Ogden, A. Morgan; third row. Miss Simmons, director; L. Young, J. Townsend, A. Zuniga. D. Jolliff. R. Lynch. B. Stockdale, K. Young, S. Roby, C. Peel, V. Hiatt. N. Gomez, A. Jordan; back row. Mrs. Merritt, S. Wean, C. Mitroff, J. Moore. 89Left to right, row one: M. Worsley, T Morgan. S. Burton, J. Kaiser. T. Himmelrick, R. Rider, M. Harney, E. Frye; row two: J. Savage. K Tucker. J. Jarvis, A. Linder. S. Peel, B. Frye. T. McQuitty. T. Collins; row three: C. Decker, K. Collins, T. Decker. A. Spivey. S. Burton. A. Burke. S. Whitinger, K. Peters; row four A Thornberry. M Perez. L Bennett. R. Row. K. Cleaver, N. Long. L. Parry, L. Stover; row five: T. McGuire, S. Rickabaugh, D. Vice. J. Green. D. Courtney. C. Herniak. P. Boruff. A. Knotts. The Student Council year was filled with many activities. They started off, as always, with the homecoming parade and floats. They also held a volleyball game and food drive for the Elwood pantry which raised about 500 cans of food and $100. The things you may not have known that Student Council did were sponsoring the wall painting in the cafeteria, donating $100 for the renovation of the front entrance, and choosing a design for a painting in the gym and paying for the materials. One of their money makers for the year was the annual, personalized Christmas cookie sale. President Shawn Burton was assisted by Juli Kaiser, vice president; Terry Himmelrick, secretary; and Kasia Rider, treasurer. Clockwise: 1. Nice bump. Mr Hoffman! 2. Phantoms of the high school. 3. Who’s your friend. Jim? 4. Students hard at work?! 90Natmal Hjmtor g nrietg February 14 this year the twenty-eight seniors of National Honor Society tapped fourteen juniors and three seniors into the club. April 12 in the high school cafetorium, senior members were inducted into Honor Society with the junior officers conducting the ceremony. On April 19 all members were honored by the Lions Club at a banquet in Mangas Cafeteria. Four four days the members of the society escorted 8th graders around the school. They took the students to their classes and showed them around the high school and vocational building. Top — row one. left to right: R. Lynch. A. Bucci, A. Morgan. T. Himmelrick, J. Kaiser; row two: Mrs. Luurtsema, G. Grunau, R. Laster, T. Morgan. E. Theoharis, S. Burton. M Harney. V. Hanshew, J. Teachnor. S. Hofer. Middle — row one: J. Savage. C. Herniak, M. Owens. S. Goodknight. A. Downham. B. Brown; row two: Mrs. Starkey. S. Grimes. S. Caldwell. V. Hiatt. S. Dellinger, W. Gallapoo, Mr. Watson, S. Ogden. J. Baker. Not pictured N. Rebuck Bottom — row one: J. Howey, T. McQuitty. D. Courtney, A. Heaton. Miss House; row two: Mrs. Merritt, T. Decker. K. Tucker. N. Long, J. Green, T. Mitchell. T. Crull, P. Leavell, B. Shepard. Not pictured: J. Summers. K. McCool. Above: Drew takes the cake. Below: Who’s the reflection in your balloon. Gabi? 91El Club De Ejpanol If my friends could see me now. says Mrs. Scharff The Spanish Club always has fun at its annual Christmas party. Although the annual Foreign Language Olympics was not held this year, the Spanish Club has many more memories. This year’s seniors went to the famed restaurant Chi-Chi’s in Indianapolis, and an annual trip to the One Accord in Muncie was shared by the whole Spanish Club. This year’s Christmas party was a success too. The critics are raving. Even a cold day couldn’t keep the Spanish Club away from the hayride held for both the Latin and Spanish Clubs in the fall. Kings Island is a popular place to go and, of course, the Spanish Club set a date to go this year on April 30. The Spanish Club is on the move to stardom. Spanish Club — left to right, first row, Mrs. Scharff. S. Dellinger, K. Rider. J. Kaiser. B. Brown; second row. N. Gomez. A Zuniga, S. Ogden, S. Grimes. A. Melvin. E. Frye. T. McGuire, S. Burton, J. Reeves, J. Jones Baker; third row. D. Twiford, J. Nash, T. Blackford. M. Connors, A. Chambers, S. Burton. R. Hobson. M. Davis, V. Jackson, A. Linder, S. Carroll; fourth row, V. Hiatt, J. Stout. M. Gillum, M. McDermit, H. Grimes, D. Maish, K. Peters. A. Spivey, E. Poor, J. Whetstone, B. Riley; fifth row, S. Wean, K. Huff, S. Jack. V. Hiatt. L. Hoover. C. Neese, B. Murphy, T. McDaniels. T Burdsall, B Shepard. J. Casas; sixth row, S. Lawson, B. Evans, C. Mitroff, T. Grimes. J. Moore. P. Goins, D. Slater, R. Row, L. Williams. J. Bannon, G. Buster; seventh row. D. Harting. K. Fettig. L. Gibson. K. Werline, S. Helpling, M. Perez. M. Maish, S. Copus, T. Chambers, B. Hunt, S. Daleure; eighth row, C. Bryan, R. Burton,, G. Grunau, L Richwine, L. Bennett, D. Bannon, A. Downham, S. Ellis, T. Dellinger, C. Foor, M. Pere2; Ninth row. C. Anderson, M. Bogard, K. Cleaver. “Practice makes perfect. J.D. Dockery. 92First row; left to right. M. Cole. T. Plake, T. Decker. T. Himmelrick, T. Morgan. A. Morgan. S. Whitinger. S. Roby; second row, A. Knotts. L. Barr, J. Savage. A. Burke, R Lynch. C Capps. C. Decker. R Cummings, M Rittenhouse, E. Theoharis; third row. L. Stover. B. Stockdale. T. Blackford. C. Barr, C. Vinson, S. Heaton. S. Long. J. Whitinger; fourth row. R. Mullins. M. Hanson. R. Holmes, B. Gibson, K. Collins. D. Courtney. C Courtney. T. Crull; fifth row. K Fernung, S. Leisure, B. Howey. B Frye, M Morgan, V Hanshew, L. Howey, T. Mitchell. A Ball; sixth row. P. Leavell. C. Jones. L. Hoppel, L. Perry. S. Hughes. S. Peel. J. Hughes, R. Brannen. M Beeman; seventh row. D. Elledge. J. Champion, R. Updegraff, D. Twiford. A. Thornberry, S. Rickabaugh, M Owens. G. Daleure. C. Dodd; eighth row. J Beecher. M Connors. S Metz. M. Luther. D Davis. L. Young, B. Tracy. J. Kelich; ninth row. C. Headley. M Evans. C. Glotzbach. C. Mowell, L. Sorg, K. Beeman. The 1982-83 Latin Club has been, can we say, businesslike this year. They had a large sales project, selling place mats and candy bars to the student body. The annual fall party was held year, and the club shared a| hayride with the Spanish Club. Latin Club also celebrated the death of Julius Caesar by having an Ides of March party. Of course, we can’t forget the always exciting Chariot Races. Although the Foreign Language Olympics was not held, the clubs decided to go to Kings Island for a day instead. I What have you been up to. Troy Hod son? of March are upon us — rv u “Chariots of Fire." by Latin Club.Science Club Left to right, row one: J. Savage, T. McGuire, E. Frye. T Morgan, J. Kaiser, S. Burton, M. Harney. K. Rider. P. Huffman; row two: J. Whitinger. B. Brown, W. Gallapoo, G. Grunau, S. Hodson, D. Courtney. T. McQuitty. T. Collins; row three: R. Holmes, F Flowers. S. Ogden. E. Theoharis. R. Welcher. N. Rebuck, A. Downham, N Gomez; row four: S. Dellinger. S. Ellis, J. Woolums, J. Townsend, J. Howey, S. Heaton, J. Baker. G. Daleure, A. Zuniga; row five: A. Morgan. V Hiatt. P. Leave!!. R. Lynch. J. Reeves, S. Mays, J. Ball. The Science Club has kept busy this year with many activities. They started the year by bringing in a geneticist, taxidermist, mortician, anthropologist, and archaeologist to give talks on their fields to interested students. This year the club went to Eli Lilly at Indianapolis to see the manufacturing and packaging processes. They also planned field trips to the Ball State Planetarium and Greenhouse plus a trip to Purdue University to see a presentation on chemical engineering. Their annual camping trip to Brown County was held April 29-31. 1. No. Roger, man didn’t evolve from ape. 2. The Clue Kids show Cecil how it’s done. 3. Jackie ponders Einstein’s theory of relativity.Future Business Leaders of America 1. Surprise, guys! 2. FBLA top candy sales person Mary Wire. 3. Our fearless leaders! Left to right, row 1: M Barnett. A, Hoppenrath. T. Connors. J. Copher. P. Whisler, A. Heaton. S. Carroll. A Mundy. J. Barr; second row. S. Caldwell, N. Larson. J. Jarvis. A. Knotts, M. Owens. D Vice. R. Cummings. T Gordon D. Maish. M. Davis. M. Deckard; third row, D. Marcrum. A Gipson. A. Johnson. V. Hanshew. M Altherr. M. Maish. J. Wright. B. Frye. D. Courtney. T. Himmelrick; fourth row. K Capps. T. Schull. J Hobbs. K. Shepard. B Murphy, B. Tracy. K. Beeman. C. Colhs. R Brannon. J Green; fifth row. B. Cunningham. R. High. B. Evans. T Patterson. A. Hillard. A Jordan. R. Welcher. N. Rebuck. J Hancock; sixth row. T. High. C. Copus. M Wire. T. Anderson. J. Nash. M Connors. A Chambers, P. Wallis. L. Snyder; seventh row. P. McDaniel, C Reeves. D Strong. R Widemen. K Tucker. K Cleaver. C. Anderson. M Bogard, B. Shelton; eighth row, D. Finan, M. Patton. T Bennett. D McCord. B. Ritter. M Minami. N. Gome2. C. Nickles. A Meschke. FBLA had many exciting activities during 1982-83. Throughout the year the members held a computerthon to raise money for the March-of-Dimes, sold Beich candy bars, had a pizza party for the top candy sales person, and held a skating party for the business classes. Some of the members in business classes went to the Mayflower Moving Company in Carmel to see their moving procedures. Others went to Manchester College to compete in the computer games. February 14-18 the club recognized FBLA week. Decorations were hung, and a special display was placed in the showcase. During the week members of FBLA had teacher appreciation day when apples were delivered to the teachers and staff at EHS. There was also blue and gold day, business dress-up day, and hug-an-FBLAer day to finish out the week. The highlight of FBLA’s year is the state competition at Ball State in Muncie where members of the club go to compete with other FBLAers across the state. 95Location Top Right: Everyone is happy at Curley and Laurey’s wedding. Above: Melissa starts getting ready for Tribute Right: Scotty and Hilary have a serious talk about life. Thespians put on two fabulous performances in the EHS Cafetorium. The fall play was “Tribute”, which was about a dying New Yorker trying to rekindle the love between himself and his son. The leading parts went to Scott Roby as Scotty Templeton, Darin Jolliff as Jud Templeton, Melissa Altherr as Sally Haines, Carol Curry as Gladys Petrelli, Cecil Davis as Lou Daniels, Julie Stout as Maggie Stratton, and Angie Melvin as Hilary. This spring the Thespians put on the musical “Oklahoma.” Leading parts in the play went to Darin Jolliff, Julie Stout. Melissa Altherr, Jeff Murray, Vicki Hanshew, Scott Roby, Carol Curry, and Rich Lynch. Many other students participated in the chorus and behind the scenes. Thespians — seated: D. Jolliff, J. Stout. V. Hanshew, M. Owens. C. Curry, Mrs. Johnson, director; 2nd Row: R Arbuckle, M. Williams. A. Linder. M. Altherr. M Rodgers, J. Townsend. S. Roby, R. Smith; 3rd Row: C. George. B. Stockdale. R. Lynch, A Melvin, L. Owens, C. Davis, L. Os %Top Left: Julie and Cecil practice for Tribute. Left: Mitzie and Liane take time out of “Oklahoma" for a quick pic. Below: Curley and Jud get into a fight over Laurey.Fello fhip of Chrjftian yithletef F.C.A. is the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Mr. Daugherty is their sponsor. Any athlete who wishes to join may do so, and it is open to male and female members. Annual meetings are held at Coach Daugherty’s, and they participate in many fund raisers, one of which was the bowl-a-thon. Members of the F.C.A. are, left to right, front row, Mr Daugherty, Rich Lynch, Ed Frye, Mark Harney, Tim Morgan, Shawn Burton. David Wills. Todd McGuire; second row, Donnie Strong, Pat Holliday. Shaun Stephens, Nick Long. Evan Theoharis, Jerry Reeves. Jeff Whitinger; third row, Keith Loar, David Mitchell. Jamie Whetstone. Steve Thornberry, Jeorge Casas, Rich Welcher, Neal Rebuck, fourth row. Mike Ogden, Chris Reeves. Brian Stockdale, Cecil Davis. Jeff Merida. Eric Poor. 98The Future Homemakers of America is a group located in the John H. Hinds Area Vocational School. It consists of the participants of the home economics curriculum. During the 1982-83 year, this group helped to sew up many items for others, and they cooked the Vocational School lunch every day. At Christmastime Santa visited, and the students learned child care by bathing younger family members. Members include: front row Lisa Hahn. Donna Collis, Ter-rie Hanshew. Dala Paro. Terrie Hudson, Cheryl Parker, second row Sandy Cornwell. Dianna Ball. Nancy Coston, Frances Creamer. Denise Spay, Nancy Payne. Beth Barnett, Chris Idlewine, Cindy Tunnell. Mitzie Minami; third row, Mrs. Tolle. Kim Powers, Alesa Moss. Lora Romine, Dorothy Tate, Leeann Riegel. Rhonda Smith. Pam Tate. Sherry Wisner, Mrs. Schwear. FUTURE HOMEMAKERSArt Qllnli The Art Club has set the stage this year with smashing trips to the Art Museum and Paramount Pizza in Indianapolis. They also traveled to Beef ’n Boards to see “They’re Playing Our Song.” Art Club had money-making projects such as selling jewelry with the girls’ basketball and the Junior Class. At sectional time Panther pops were the item, and, of course, the donuts every Tuesday and Thursday. Besides activities for cultural entertainment. Art Club participated in sponsorships. They donated money for re-decoration of the front entry way of the high school. They also bought an original painting once again for the school. The art work in the cafetorium was done by the Art Club and senior art students. Art Club won the Student Council sponsored contest to collect canned goods for the needy and unemployed for El wood. Even the baseball team was helped with painted signs and baseball hats done by the Art Club. All in all this club had a busy productive year. Art Club: Bottom, left to right; Walter Payne. Darin Moody. Andrea Hoppenrath, Drew Courtney. Mary Owens, Mrs. McQuitty; second row. Christy Pedro, Lynn Pedro, Joanne Green, Scott Carroll, Angie Burnette. Melodie Shepard. Charlotte Stewart; third row, Vicki Hanshew, Melissa Altherr, Carol Curry, Jennifer Townsend, Julie Howey, Chris Mowell, Corinna Glotzbach; fourth row, Rich Lynch, Melissa McCune, Tracy McQuitty, Anne Cleaver, Christy Decker, Stacy Rickabaugh; fifth row, Jane Copher, Bob Mountcastle, Wayne McCray, Amy Jordan, Mary Jane Wire. 100 Elwood schools held their annual art exhibit April 8 and 9 at the high school.P.M. officers — List McDermitt, co-reporter, Tina Stewart, historian; Mary Owens, vice president; Nancy Larson, treasurer; Pennie Whisler, reporter; and Laura Gill, secretary; Not pictured: Joni Jarvis, president. This year the OEA chapter at John H. Hinds Area Vocational School was very active. They participated in contests at the local, district, state, and national level. The chapter made Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for needy families, held a bowl-a-thon for Special Olympics, went caroling at a local nursing home at Christmastime, and had many professional speakers throughout the year. This year Joni Jarvis was District V Vice President. The local adviser is Ms. Judy Hicks. The Office Education Association was established in 1966 as an independent youth organization for students enrolled in high school and office education programs. OEA is designed to develop leadership abilities. A M. officers — Front row, Vanessa Bockover, secretary; Angie Knotts, vice president; back row, Stephanie Hofer, treasurer; Amy Meschke, historian; Sandy Goodknight, president; and Christy Boyland, reporter. 102This year was very busy for the Distributive Education Clubs of America chapter at the John H. Hinds Area Vocational School. Th club held an initiation and installation of officers in the fall. Later they had a breakfast for their bosses. And on a cold and dreary day this winter, these young people held a rock-a-thon to raise money for the Salvation Army. Members attended district and state contests this year. The finale of their year was the annual banquet. Upper left: Evelyn Dame waits on a customer at the Candy Barn. Top right: senior officers, front, Kim Bradburn, Christie Herniak, Lisa Jackman McMinn, Pam Bourff; back, Steve Hembree, David Wills, Barry Ritter, and Robert Jeske. Center left: Christie Herniak acts as a director. overseeing everything that goes on. Bottom left: Junior Class members, front, Tim Hoel, Evelyn Dame. Marcie Rodgers. Lisa Twiford; back. Lisa McEl-fresh. Sherry Copus, Brian Doan. Andy Tracy, Walter Payne, Brad Knotts, Caroline Carmer, Matt Dwiggins, and Cindy Nickles; Right: Steve Hembree prepares himself for a flood. 103Health Occupation Students America This year’s HOSA classes have kept very busy throughout the year. They sponsored two blood draws at J.H.H. and attended Butler University for Career Day. The HOSA students have also visited many health care facilities in the area, including the Miller’s Merry Manor in Tipton and Dr. Updike’s Veterinary office in El wood. Morning HOSA officers, left to right, are Laura Gill, treasurer; Joanne Green, secretary; Brenda Shelton, reporter; Scott Burden, vice president; Brian Wilson, president; Donna Stephens, vice president; and Angie Everson. Afternoon HOSA officers are, left to right. Bob Chapman, president; Jenni Jones, vice president; Carey Gross, photographer; Andrea Bucci, treasurer; Melinda McPhearson, activities chairman. Not pictured is Stanna Hodson, secretary.Vocational At J.H.H. the welding, machine trades, auto body, auto mechanics, building trades, electronics, and printing classes make up the VICA club. They take many field trips to different industries in the area every year. America Morning VICA presidents front, left to right, are Scott Klein, auto body; Monte Wylie, auto mechanics; back. Chuck Robertson, machine trades; Sam Fisher, welding; and Kevin Kelich, building trades 105out to have a quick laugh. 3. Susan Ogden, get busy on your layout! 4. Scott Carroll gives his layout some' thought. 5 Debbie Blanton{ puts the finishing touches on another sei fc rifllfllfl llflli Seated: D. Blanton. S. Ogden. J. Savage. J. Baker, T. McQuitty; standing: A. Heaton. D. Courtney. J. Dauenhauer. A. Downham, S. Carroll, G. Millspaugh, M. Owens. S. Ellis. This year’s Cresbeht staff has been nicknamed the lucky thirteen. Each member has been dedicated to making the 1983 Crescent one of the best. The group worked long and hard hours to record all the important memories of the 1982-83 school year. • •• .. □ 1. Members of the Crescent staff work steadily on this year’s yearbook. 2. Tracey McQuitty and Annie Heaton take a moment from their lay- mmm 106Upper left: Amy Jordan and Cindy Fleener share ideas for the next article. Middle: Wayne McCray and Curt Nickles get ready to sell this issue of the “Megaphone.” Lower left: Mrs. Sullivan helps with some of the typing. Above: Charlene Tunnell concentrates on meeting the deadline. Left to right, row one: Julie Stout. Mark Morgan; row two: Amy Jordan, Lisa Parry. Scott Roby. Wayne McCray. Carol Curry; row three: Charlene Tunnell. Brenda Tracey, Robyn Brannen, Lisa Stover. Cindy Fleener, Kevin Young. Curt Nickles, Angie Burnett, Jennifer Townsend. Kris Amick, Melodie Shepard; back: Santa. The Megaphone newspaper was published monthly by the journalism classes for the student body and faculty. The staff, though small, spent many hours covering the news, sports, and featured events at Elwood High this year. 107Top right: The new swing choir si “The Rose.” Middle right: Ch Co. has a CELEBRATION! Ric The Cabaret band inspects its he before playing. 108 Anniversary Twenty-five years ago Mr. Clifford Brugger started an event that has become an annual tradition that is enjoyed by many spectators and participants. The Variety Show started as a spectacular show of band, corp, and choir in the Wendell Wilkie High School gymnasium. In 1973 the Variety Show moved along with the students to the new high school and was put on in the cafetorium. The show was eventually moved into the John Ward Gymnasium where it is now held. This year’s show was directed by Miss Paula Simmons; she, along with the Panther band, choir, corp, swing choir, and choral company put on a tremendous program.109 Top: This is “Truly” the Swing Choir. Middle left: S. Parker, and C. Curry dance to ’50’s music. Above: G. Grunau. N. Gomez, A. Zuniga. M. Minami, and L. Kilian sing “It’s A Small World.” Far left: The Band opens the show with ’'Music for a Ceremony.” Left: Marianne Perez gracefully portrays a butterfly.“Circus of Colours” was the theme of Prom 1983. Using P.T. Barnum’s circus as a background, the Junior Class put on one of the most colorful and funfilled proms ever. With the direction and guidance of Mrs. Merritt and Mrs. McQuitty, the “Circus of Colours” was attended by nearly 100 couples and was enjoyed by all who attended. Refreshments of peanuts and popcorn were served, and an array of colors of balloons, along with a shimmering carousel, created a perfect dance floor to enhance the festive mood. no1. King Tim Morgan and Queen Nancy Larson reigned over the Circus of Colours — 1983. 2. Queen candidates were Joni Jarvis, Lynn Pedro. Nancy Larson. Kasia Rider. Jodi Dauen-hauer. 3. Even the seniors Barry Ritter and Kevin Humphreys enjoyed the prom. 4. Julie Summers, refreshments coordinator, drenched the thirsts of all. 5. The center carousel created a festive dance floor 6. The 1983 prom King and Queen candidates were Sam Fisher. Joni Jarvis. Shawn Burton. Jodi Dauenhauer, Steve Hembree. Nancy Larson, Tim Morgan, David Wills. Kasia Rider, and Not pictured. Lynn Pedro. On the preceding page the freshman servers were Steve Helpling, Jim Beecher. Tash McDaniel. Kim Werline, Tricia Grimes, Sherrie Taylor. Tammy Burdsall, Pat McDaniel. Wendy Carter. Dawn Slater, Bob Cunningham, Lisa Hoover, and the junior ringmaster was Brian Stockdale. Illmm a Oh Oi notv WL ere a on re Cjoiti’ ? The class of 1983 graduated 150 seniors May 22, 1983. They broke tradition by having five speakers instead of the traditional three. The speakers at Commencement were Tim Morgan, Jim Savage, Laura Gill, Vicki Hanshew, and Rich Lynch. We wish them the best of luck in the future, and we congratulate them on a job well done!!Do you know, where you're going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? Where are you going to? Do you know? Once we were standing still in time, chasing the fantasies that filled our minds. You knew how I loved you, but my spirit was free, laughing at the questions that you once asked of me. Do you know where you’re going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you9 Where are you going to? Do you know? Now looking back at all we planned. We let so many dreams just slip through our hands. Why must we wait so long before we see, how sad the answers to those questions can be? Do you know, where you’re going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? Where are you going to? Do you know? 1. Well, this is it!!! 2. Don’t cry, Rachael, your life’s only beginning. 3. Laura Gill gave the Baccalaureate address. 4. Jodi and Pen-nie congratulate each other with a hug. 5. This is the quietest these seniors have ever been! 6. Vicki Hanshew gives the speech on the future. 7. Tim Morgan spoke of the present. 8. I guess this makes it official! 113Si c UPPER LEFT: Will Rosie leave Albert? LOWER LEFT: The Groupies protest. ABOVE: The Pit Band takes a short break. W V' 117 s sipS ye 9ye Birdie “We love you, Conrad, Oh, yes we do. We love you, Conrad, and we’ll be true.’’ This was an ever familiar tune sung by swooning girls in the ’82 musical “Bye Bye Birdie.” This was sung to Conrad Birdie, played by Rich Lynch. Darin Jol-liff, Julie Stout, Anne Morgan, Bob Stout, and Krista Collins were considered among the top leading parts. Many others worked very hard at performing and producing this musical. Miss Simmons, with a remarkable pit band, performed the backup music. Mrs. Garner played the piano magnificently, and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Merritt worked intensely on direction and choreography. LEFT: Did Kim really get pinned? BELOW: Conrad sings “One Last Kiss"S0UTHERN PLANTATION PROM 82 There once was a land of cavaliers and cotton fields called the Old South. Here in this pretty world gallantry took its last bow Here was the last ever to be seen of knights and their ladies fair, of master and of slave Look for it only in books for it is no more than a dream remembered A civilization gone with the wind “Gone With The Wind,” 1939 (by: David O. Selznick) Left: Tom Clark and Georgeanna Ponder are crowned king and queen of the 1982 Prom. Bottom: Justal Ball and Amy Barnett enjoy a private conversation. Middle: Cindy Peel dreams of life on the plantation. Top: Ron Arnold and date stop to chat with Mrs. Merritt. 118119Wanna Dance Wanna Sing Sounds of music filled the air during the Variety Show “Rhapsody ’82’’. With all the singing, dancing, and music, you would think you were “On Broadway!’’ The band, corp, choir, and choral company presented a marvelous show. Many talented students presented solos and ensembles to add some variety. Students who were involved in this feature presentation can be very proud of themselves; after all, “There’s no business like show business!” 1201. Hats off to the band, choir, and corp for a fine ’82 Variety Show! 2. It looks as if the choir has been taking lessons from Richard Simmons. 3. Darren Jolliff and Tim Hoel set sail for their Mississippi River boat ride. 4. The Panther Band performs for “Rhapsody ’82." 5. Sandy (Wilburn) Goodknight struts her stuff to the beat of “On Broadway.” 6. Is Mrs. Merritt selling Girl Scout cookies? 7. Lynn Priest gracefully displays her ballet talent. 121The seniors final production for 1982 was Sunday, May 23. Tension grew as 2 p.m. rolled around. Then it was time for the show to start. Valedictorians for the 1982 Commencement were Christopher Farley, Stephanie Kelich, and Jerilyn McQuitty. They spoke on the past, present and future. Kevin Bogard, class president, addressed a brief message to the class and audience. Other officers for the year were Stephanie Kelich, vice president; Jane Kleyla, secretary; and Jerilyn McQuitty, treasurer. Principal Gordon Paquin read the honors for the night and Superintendent handed the seniors their diplomas. These students of the graduating class of ’82 accomplished everything required and much more to become graduates of Elwood Community High School. 122Left to right (1) Tracey (Maish) Chambers, Jill Hoose. Jody Langley, Jeri McQuitty, Janice Strong, and Lisa McIntyre pose with the giant symbols of their class of '82. (2) Class of 1982 sits awaiting their big moment. (3) Todd Creech waits in line with Bill Cress to receive his diploma. (4) Left to right — Asst. Superintendent George Dudley, Superintendent Richard Merritt. Rever end Lynch. Principal Gordon Paquin, Stephanie Kelich, Chris Farley, Jeri McQuitty. and Kevin Bogard wait for the show to start. (5) Principal Gordon Paquin reads the names as Superintendent Merritt hands out the honors (6) Jody Langley and Jeri McQuitty smile with tears. 1231. Where are your shoes, Scott? 2. Juli Kaiser is “Breaking Away.” 3. Go for it. Jodi Baker and Susan Ogden!The foreign language Olympics is an annual event at Elwood Community High School. Some of the events included in the Olympics are 3-legged race, running events, longjump, bike races, egg toss (this is a very popular contest), frisbee throw, tug-of-war (boys girls), mini-marathon, and the obstacle course. The Olympics are preceded by a parade lap and the ceremonial lighting of the torch. A picnic follows the Olympics at the park. The 1982 Foreign Language Olympics found the Spanish Club victorious for the second year in a row. 125 1. It takes two. 2. Tell it like it is. Pat! 3. This is no laughing matter! 4. Like, it’s totally awesome.moi iiT oil GOING STROlll! I Sacrifice, sweat, and dedication should be the motto for the 1982 boys’ track team. New school records were set as Todd Nance, David Wills, Andy Davis, and Dean Collins ran the 400-meter relay in a record time of 44.93. Ted Melvin also set a new record in the 300-meter low hurdles with a time of 39.75 at the Elwood relays. Elwood earned second place at the Pendleton Heights Relays, Eastern Relays, and CIC with Todd Nance, Dean Collins, Rich Lynch, and Ted Melvin and the 1600-meter relay team consisting of Todd McGuire, Rich Lynch, Tom Clark, and Brian Shallenberger receiving first place. The Panthers also received third place at the Elwood Relays. The sectional qualifiers for the 1982 track team were as follows: Todd Nance, Dean Collins, Andy Davis, Davis Wills, Todd McGuire, Brian Shallenberger, Ted Melvin, Rich Lynch, Tim Collins, Tom Clark and Chris Farley. Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood CIC 2nd place Eastern Relays 56 75.5 66 iwktteplace 2n4 fadison Grant 54.5 ri-Central 11 Blackford 87.5 Wabash 81 Pendleton Heights Relays Frankton 64 Burris 28 Peru Mississinewa Alexandria What would Richard Simmons say about that! It’s off to the races, Todd Nance and Tom Clark! Left to right, first row: Dennis Basham, Andy Davis, Pat Holliday, David Wills, George Ponder, Keith McCool. Chris Farley, Todd Nance; second row: Coach Hughes, Todd McGuire, Tom Clark, Rich Lynch, Tim Collins, Mike Perez, Nick Long, Tim Hoel; third row: Coach Williams, Brian Shallenberger. Roger Holmes, Randy Bannister. Dean Collins. Ted Melvin, Coach Demuth, Coach McQuitty. Panthers Tom Clark and Chris Farley make tracks. Is Todd Nance saying, “Hey, Ted, ‘You Can’t Take It With You’?” 1261982 Girls’ Track Fox On The Run! “The 1982 girls’ track team, consisting of three seniors, four juniors, two sophomores, and eight freshmen, was young and inexperienced,” says Coach Yates. “Although the girls did not have a winning season, they showed a lot of individual improvement throughout the season,” continued Coach Yates. Juli Kaiser and Christy Pedro went on to the sectional for the Panthers. Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood Elwood 11 21 13 13 29 16 Pendleton Hts Lapel Frankton Oak Hill Madison Grant Tipton Marion Mississinewa Haworth 94 50 63 88.5 32.5 92 79 26 89 Shelly Burton and Christy Pedro performing the old hand trick Is Teresa Duncan “Breaking Away” from Kasia Rider? Juli Kaiser and Kelly Peters in "One Flew Over the Hurdle " Left to right, front row: Kirsi Lahde, Brenda Tracy, Juli Kaiser. Terry Himmelrick, Terri Cross. Cheryl Dodd; second row: Mary Wire, Kasia Rider, Rae Ann Huffman, Kelly Peters. Tina Haskett, Amy Jordan; third row: Coach Blair. Tracy McQuitty, Cindy Peel, Teresa Duncan. Christy Pedro, Jeri McQuitty, Stephanie Dellinger, Julie Wiand, Valarie Laster, Angie Hobbs. Coach Yates. 127Baseball fever... I The Panther baseball team struggled to a record of 8-17. With only one returning letterman from the C.I.C. champions of 1981, it was definitely a rebuilding year for Coach Bomholt’s young and inexperienced squad. As Coach Bomholt stated, “That record was very deceiving when you look at how we played against the really tough teams on our schedule.” For example, the Panthers lost to state ranked Lapel, 4-2; Blackford (the C.I.C. champs), 5-4; Alexandria, 2-0; Tipton, 5-4; and state ranked Noblesville, 13-12. With a few breaks at the right time, the Panthers could have had a record of 14-11. Senior Todd Nichols was the team’s 1982 M.V.P., while seniors Don Hughes, Kevin Bogard, Ed Twi-ford, and Mark Carpenter also contributed much to the team. Shaun Stephens was the team’s most effective pitcher as he led the team in strikeouts, E.R.A., and a 6-3 win-loss record. Coach Williams’ JV team had its biggest win of the season against Madison Heights. Their overall record was 2 wins and 4 losses. Regarding the Junior Varsity, Coach Williams stated, “The players worked hard all season and gained valuable experience. These young men look forward to the day when they will be able to play varsity ball.” Catdi it! Varsity baseball — left to right, front row: Manager K. Stiner. Manager J. Reeves. B. Jones. Manager B. Stockdale, F. Gosnell. R. Blackford. Manager E. Neese; second row: E. Twiford, B. Haskett, T. Bragg, B. VanBuskirk, T. Nichols. J. Merida. G. Zink; back row: Head Coach M. Bomholt. R. Runyan. S. Stephens. D. Hughes. B. Everson, M. Carpenter, K. Bogard, Asst. Coach J. Williams. JV baseball — left to right, front row: Manager L. Stutzman, A. Gosnell. B. Boston, R. Lewellen, C. Reeves. Manager W. McCray; back row: Coach J. Williams, R. Roberson, K Ley, J. Kleyla, J. Tolle, K. Leisure, M. Blackford, S. Higgins. Above: Todd Nichols and Ed Twiford get some advice from Coach Joe Williams. Right: Diamondmen show their spirit! Below right: Coaches Mike Bomholt and Joe Williams direct the show. Far right: Donnie Hughes warms up.Golfers 6fc Putt ” llli !■ ii The golf team had a fairly good season last spring by placing 5th in its conference. The team was ranked 9th in the sectional and had a dual and triangular win-loss record of 9-9. The team lost two seniors, Kevin Knotts and Dean Hoffer, but Coach Huffman feels his juniors and other underclassmen will have a good season ahead. 1. Jeff Whitinger putts it in the 5th hole. 2. Mark Worsley concentrates on getting out of a sandtrap. 3. Steve Hembree sends one down the fairway with everything he’s got. 4. Sand flies as Mark Worlsey fights a sandtrap. 5. Evan Theoharois con-centrates as he gets a shot away. 6. Mark Leavell putts a ’hole in one’. 7. 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Stacia 31, 38, 39, 40 Davis, Todd 33 Decker, Christy 33, 44, 79, 90, 93, 100 Decker, Terina 32, 79, 90, 91, 97 Deckard, Denise 19, 95 Deckard, Tina 44, 48, 69, 84 Deckard, Toyna 44 Dehart, Scott 33 Dellinger, Stephanie 16, 19, 20, 66, 76, 77, 91, 92, 127 Dellinger, Tamera 33, 92 Demuth, Steve 4, 53, 62, 83, 126 Detling, Shari 33 Diehl, John 33 Diehl, Tabitha 33 Dockery, John 44, 69, 73, 83, 92 Doan, Brian 33, 103 Doan, Douglas 19, 86, 105 Dodd, Cheryl 38, 67, 82, 93, 127 Dowler, Kim 33 Dowling, Richard 33 Dowling, Rod 33 Downham, Angie 19, 91, 92, 93, 106, 160 Dudley, George 52, 123 Dudley, Susan 52 Duncan, Teresa 38, 67, 127 Drake, Ralph 57 Dwiggins, John Dwiggins, Mark 44 Dwiggins, Matt 38, 103 Elledge, Deann 30, 38, 93 Ellis, Shelley 33, 92, 93, 106, 160 Emery, Anita 19 Erdman, Debra 19 Evans, Barbara 44, 89, 92, 95 Evans, Mike 38, 93 Everson, Angie 33, 104 Everson, Bruce 33, 86, 128 Faucett, Andrea 44 Faucett, Tony 38 Faulstich, Angela 42 Faulstich, Brian 38 Faulstich, Craig 44 Felton, Russell 44 Faust, Charles 53 Fernung, Doug 38, 62, 80, 85 Fernung, Kenny 3, 38, 40, 93 Fesler, Troy 44 Fettig, Karen 53 Fettig, Kristi 44, 76, 77, 92 Fettig, Susan 5, 19, 20. 62, 70, 78, 79 Finan, Drew 44, 80, 85, 95 Finan, Tom 33 Fisher, Sam 19, 20, 105, 111 Fite, Rodney 44 Fleenor, Cindy 38, 107 Fleenor, Jim 33 Flowers, Fred 93 Foley, Joe 38 Foley, Loris 19 Foor, Cherrie 38, 92 Fortner, Connie 53 Fortner, Don 51, 53 Fortson, Diane 51, 53 Fouts, Jay 19 Fowler, Susie 38, 79, 89 Fowler, William 33 Fox, Dana 38, 84 Frazee, Jodee 38 Fredd, Mary 57 Frye. Barbara 38, 40, 42, 79, 90. 93. 95 Frye. Edward 16, 19, 20, 62, 80, 90, 92, 94, 98 Fuller, Michelle 38, 79 Gaddis, Brian 44, 73 Galbreath, Becky 44 Galbreath, Bill 33 Galbreath, Dovie 38 Galbreath, Joseph 20 Galbreath, Loretta 44 Gallapoo, Ginger 44, 48, 73, 78 Gallapoo, Wayne 8, 20, 91, 94 Garcia, Kevin 20 Gardner, Christopher Gardner, Tom 44 Garner, Diana 54 Garner, Don 51, 54 Garner, Raymond Garrison, Todd 33 George, Chris 44, 96 George, Susan 33 Gibson, Kevin 20 Gibson, Larry 44, 47, 64, 65. 73, 86, 87, 92 Gibson, William 33, 93 Gill, Laura 20, 102, 103, 113 Gillum, Mitzi 33, 92 Gipson, Andrea 20 Glotzbach, Charles 33 Glotzbach, Corinna 38, 93, 100 Goins, Cathy 52 Goins, Pam 45, 92 Gomez, Nora 8, 20, 29, 89, 92, 95, 109 Gootie, Kevin 20 Gordon, Tina 45, 79, 95 Gosnell, Alan 8, 33, 62, 79, 128 Gosnell, Frank 32, 33, 70, 72, 86, 128 155Gosnell, John 45 Green, Debbie 57 Green, Joanne 31, 33, 90. 91, 95, 100, 104 Greenlee, Kris 45 Grimes, Heather 38, 92 Grimes, Stephanie 20, 89, 91, 92 Grimes, Tricia 45, 92 Groover, Lisa 45 Groover, Phyllis 39 Groover, Trina Gross, Carey 5, 20, 104 Gross, Homer 3, 33 Gross, Jerry 38 Gross, Michael, 33, 69 Grunau, Gabriele 20. 29, 67, 76, 77. 89, 91. 92, 109 Hahn, Anthony 20 Hahn, Lisa 21 Haight, Merle 34 Hamm, Debbie 38, 40 Hancock, David 38, 80 Hancock, Joyce 33, 95 Hancock, Robert 34 Hancock, Rosalie 57 Haneline, Kim 38 Hansen, Mike 39, 93 Hanshew, Terrie 21, 99 Hanshew, Vicki 21, 79, 89, 91, 95, 96, 100, 113 Harney, Mark 20, 21, 62, 80, 90, 91, 94, 98 Harris, Arthur 39, 62 Harting, Richard 45, 92 Hartman, Cheryl 34 Hartman, Greg 45, 87 Hartsock, Shelly 45 Hughes, Hartley, Lisa 21, 45 Hartley, Rulan Harvill, Andy 87 Harvill, James 39, 62 Harting, Thomas Haskett. Brian 34, 61, 62, 86, 127, 128 Haskett, Tina 39, 82 Haulk, Joe Haulk, Mark 21 Haynes, Brian 21 Haynes. David 34 Haynes, Dennis 39 Haynes, Kevin 45, 87 Hayward, Richard 34 Hazelbaker, Tracy 39 Heady, Andy 45, 80 Headley, Carmen 45, 77, 93 Heater, Harold 21 Heaton, Annie 8, 32, 34, 91, 95, 106, 160 Heaton, Shawn 21, 93, 94 Helpling, Jeff 39 Helpling, Steve 45. 47, 48, 65, 73, 85, 92, 111 Helton. Bob 45. 83 Hembree, Steve 21, 70, 71, 84, 85, 103, 111, 129 Herndon, Dick 52 Hernia, Christie 5, 21, 90, 91, 103 Hiatt, Valerie 2, 8, 21, 89, 91, 94 Hiatt, Vanessa 45, 92 Hicks, Judy 54 Higgins, Scott 39, 86, 87, 128 High, Robin 34, 95 High, Tracy 45, 95 Hillard. Amy 45, 82, 84, 95 Himmelrick, Terri 5, 21, 66, 77, 90, 91, 95, 127 Himmelrick, Tim 45 Hittle, Loretta, 57 Hobbs, Angie 39, 66, 77, 82, 127 Hobbs, Jamica 45, 95 Hobbs, Todd 34 Hobson, Renee 62, 70, 78, 84, 79, 39, 92. 42, 82, 119 Hodson, Stan 45 Hodson, Stanna 21 Hodson, Troy 34, 69, 83. 93 Hoel, Tim 3. 34, 62, 80, 103, 108. 121, 126 Hofer, Stefanie 21, 91, 102 Hoffman, David 55, 90 Holliday, Cindy 34 Holliday, David 39 Holliday, Kim 39 Holliday, Pat 39, 98, 126 Holliday, Ray 45, 62, 72, 73, 86, 87 Holmes, Roger 34, 62, 70, 83, 93, 94. 126 Hoover, Lisa 45, 92, 111 Hoppenrath, Andrea 22, 95. 100 Hoskins, Cliff 45. 47. 73. 87 House, Betty 54, 91 Howey, Brian 64, 65, 45, 73, 93, 48, 83 Howey, Julie 34, 89, 91, 93. 94. 100, 30 Howey, Keith 39 Howey, Roger Hubble, Lisa 39, 68, 93 Hudson, Terry 39, 99 Hueston, Bob 45 Huff, Bobbi 45 Huff, Kelly 45, 92 Huffman, Howard 85, 129 Huffman, Phil 65, 54, 62, 72, 94, 50 Huffman, Judy 57 Hughes, Jeff 22, 62, 80 Hughes, Jill 62, 70, 78. 79, 39, 84, 37 Hughes. Mark 62, 54, 80, 50, 126 Hughes, Scott 39, 87 Hughes, Shelley 79, 39, 37 Humphreys, Bill 34 Humphreys, Kevin 22, 111 Hunt, Bill 39 Hunt, Brian 45, 80, 92 Hunt, Tammy 45 Idlewine, Charles 22 Idlewine, Christina 22, 99 Israel, Michael 39 Jack, Stacie 45, 92 Jackman, Lisa 22, 103 Jackson, Kenneth 34 Jackson, Vicki 39, 92 Jaramillo, Junior 45 Jarrett, Mick 54 Jarvis, Joni 22, 90, 95, 111 Jeske, Robert 22, 103 Johnson, Angie 34, 95 Johnson, Julie 51, 82 Johnson, Sharon 54, 96 Jolliff, Darin 22. 89. 96, 117, 121 Jones, Bret 39, 72, 86. 128 Jones, Chris 39, 52, 93, 128 Jones, Jennifer 22, 103 Baker, Jones, Jodi 8, 20, 22, 91, 92, 94, 106, 124, 160 Jones, Joy 39, 40, 78, 79 Jones, Valorie 22 156Jordan, Amy 39. 66, 77, 82, 89, 95. 100, 107, 127 Kaiser, Juli 5, 22, 66, 76, 77, 89, 91, 92, 94, 124, 127 Kane. Brent 34 Kane, Brian 22, 34 Kangai, Paul 39 Kelich, Jennifer 39, 93 Kelich, Kevin 22, 83, 105 Kelly, L.G. 27 Kennedy, William Kilian, Liane 23, 97, 109 Klein, Shannon 45 Klein, Todd 39, 62 Kleyla, John 39, 40, 62, 79, 87, 128 Knapp, Alan 54, 62, 64 Knotts, Angela 23, 90, 93, 95, 102 Knotts, Brad 34, 103 Kurtz, Barbara 52 Lane, Michael 23 Lane, Robbie 39 Larson, Nancy 23, 82, 95, 102, 111 LaShure, Phil 34 Laster, Robert 8, 23, 91 Laster, Valerie 39, 82, 127 Lawson, Scott 45 Leavell, Emily 52 Leavell, Mark 39, 68, 85, 129 Leavell, Pat 34, 68, 91, 93, 94, 124 Lee, Kim 45, 48, 73, 78, 79 Lehman, Kenny 46 Leisure, Donald 54 Leisure, Kevin 34, 86 Leisure, Scott 72, 73, 93, 128 Leisure, Tim 45 Lewellen, Ricky 39, 80, 128 Ley, Keith 39, 80, 86, 87. 128 Linder, Amy 8, 39, 90, 92, 96 Linder, Gary 54 Linder, Mike 68, 73 Loar, Keith 40, 98 Long, Nick 32. 34. 62, 70, 90, 91. 98. 126 Long, Sandy 32, 34, 93 Lowder, Mike 40, 80 Lucas, Marilyn 54 Luther, Mike 46, 93 Luurtsema, Rhonda 55, 91, 119 Luyet, Kent 40 Lynas, Jeff 46, 65 Lynas, Tina 34 Lynch, Rich 20, 23, 61, 62, 79, 80, 83, 89, 91, 93, 94, 96, 100, 108, 112, 117, 119, 126 Lyons. Mark 40, 46, 65 McClain, Jim 46 McClish, Lisa 34 McClish, Tammy 40, 66, 67, 76, 77 McCool, Keith 34, 69. 83. 126 McCord, Dusty 40. 95 McCorkle, Shane 34, 86, 87 McCracken, Patty 46 McCray, Wayne 40, 62, 70, 86, 100, 128 McCune, Melissa 34, 77, 83, 100 McDaniel, Pat 46, 95, 111 McDaniel, Tash 46, 67, 77, 92, 111 McDermit, Marla 40, 92 McGuire, Todd 20, 62. 90, 92, 94, 98, 126 McKinley, Harold 34 McKinley, Terry 34 McKinley, Tim 46 McKnight, Lorra 40 McKnight, Tina 23 McMullen, Robert 40, 62, 80 McPhearson, Kevin 40 McQuitty, Anna 50, 55, 100 McQuitty, Darrell 55, 69, 76, 77, 126 McQuitty, Tracy 8. 32, 35, 62, 70, 77, 78. 79, 82, 84, 90, 91, 94, 100, 127, 160 Maddox, Ron 40 Maish, Doreena 40, 92, 95 Maish, Mary 35, 92, 95 Marcrum, Debra 23, 95 Marley, David 23, 62 Mason, Harold 23 Massey, Kurt 46 Mathys, Brad 35 Mays, Marty 46 Mays, Steve 23, 94 Melvin, Angie 8, 46, 48, 67, 84, 92, 96 Mercer, Joan 55 Merida, Jeff 8, 23, 24. 70. 83. 98. 128 Merritt, Raeanna 30, 52, 55, 89, 91, 118, 121 Merritt, Richard 52, 111, 112, 123 Meschke, Amy 24, 95, 102 Metz. Steve 40. 69, 93 Miller, Curt 24 Miller, Faye 40 Miller, Joe 24 Miller, Lisa 46 Millspaugh, Ginny 32, 35, 78, 79, 106, 160 Minami, Mitzie 23, 29, 79, 89, 95, 97, 99, 109 Mitchell, DaVid 40, 72, 98 Mitchell, Tracy 35, 91, 93 Mitroff, Cindy 46, 92 Mitroff, Randy 24, 79 Moldern, Barbara 24 Moody, Darin 82, 35, 62 Moody, Morris 46 Moore, Jennifer 46, 79, 89, 92 Moore, Robert 50 Morgan, Anne 2, 24, 66, 67, 77, 89, 91, 93, 94, 117 Morgan, George 51, 57 Morgan. Jane 35, 79, 82, 111 Morgan. Mark 40. 62. 64, 78, 83, 93. 107 Morgan, Tim 4, 16, 20, 24, 62, 70, 90. 91, 93, 94, 98. Ill, 113 Morris, Kenny 35 Morris. Lisa 35 Morris, Monty 35 Morris, Scott 40 Morris, Terry 40, 69, 80, 81 Mosbaugh, Denise 57 Mosbaugh, Dwayne 24 Moss, Aleda 46, 99 Moss, Lisa 35 Mountcastle, Bob 35, 100 Mowell, Christina 46, 93, 100 Mullen, Richard 46, 65, 93 Mundy, Alesa 35, 95 Mundy, Mark 24 Murphy, Beth 46, 92 Murray, Jeff 8, 46, 89 Murray, Rhonda 57 Nash, Jenny 46, 79 Naylor, Loren 46 Neese, Cindy 46, 92 Neese, Eric 24, 62, 128 157Niccum, Lester 40 Nichols, Lisa 40 Nickles, Cindy 35. 95, 103 Nickles, Curt 40, 107 Nickles, Tim 24. 105 Noble. Brian 35 Noone, Tom 35 Norris, Phil 40 Ogden, Cathy 52 Ogden. Mike 40. 62, 98 Ogden, Susan 8, 24. 89. 91, 92, 94, 106, 124, 160 Osborn. Andy 40 Osborn, Jack 46, 65 Owens, Maria 3, 8, 44, 46, 48, 93, 96 Owens, Mary 91, 95, 96. 100, 102, 106, 160 Ozenbaugh, Kelly 24, 62 Pantos, Mildred 57 Pantos, Tom 55 Paquin Darren 45, 51, 55 Paquin, Gordan 52, 123 Parish, Dutch 46 Parker, Cherryll 32, 35, 79, 84. 89. 99, 109 Parker, Mike 25 Parker, Tim 35 Paro, Chuck 46 Paro, Dala 35, 99 Parry, Lisa 40, 90, 93. 106 Patterson, Brad 35 Patterson, Tricia 95 Patton, Mike 40 Patz, Steve 62 Payne, Nancy 25, 99 Payne. Walter 35, 100, 103 Pedro. Christy 40. 67, 76. 77, 82. 100, 127 Pedro. Lynn 25, 100, 111 Peel, Cindy 32, 35. 89, 118, 127 Peel, Shelly 40. 78, 79, 84. 89, 93 Peepers, Rachel 57 Penn, Kelli 40 Penn, Kenneth 41 Perez, Marianne 46, 48, 64, 73, 79, 92, 109 Perez. Mike 35, 62, 83. 92. 126 Personette, Linda 55. 66, 67, 77 Peters, Kelly 41. 76, 77, 82, 90, 92, 127 Phillips, Chris 47, 65, 85 Phillips. Pat 47, 65 Phillips. Ron 47 Pickell, Wayne 41 Piirto, Mike 47, 65, 73, 83 Pipkins, Christopher 3, 35 Plake, Don 57 Plake, Tom 47. 65. 73, 93 Poison, Tammy 47 Ponder, George 41, 83 Poole, Mary 57 Poor, Eric 41. 92. 98 Powers, Kim 41, 99 Poynter, Debbie 24 Pratt, Jana 41 Pratt. Patty 41 Preston, Frank 57 Preston, Jim 47 Priest, Tracey 47 Pritchard, Robert 48 Prus Lorrie 25 Raines, James 25 Raper, Ann 41 Ray, George 55 Rayshich, Dan 52 Rebuck, Brian 41 Rebuck, Neal 20, 25, 68, 95, 98 Reeves, Jerry 8, 20, 25, 68, 80, 92, 94, 98 Reeves, Kim 47 Reynolds, Paul 41, 72 Rickabaugh, Colleen 57, 93 Rickabaugh Stacey 47, 90, 100 Rickwine, Leah 48, 47, 89, 92 Rider, Curt 47, 65 Rider, Kasia 25, 66, 76. 77. 90, 92, 93, 111, 127 Riegel. Leeanne 35, 99 Riegel, Lesley 47 Riley, Brian 41, 85. 92, 129 Rittenhouse, Bill 25 Rittenhouse, Kevin 47 Rittenhouse, Melissa 47, 77, 79, 93 Rittenhouse, Paul 41 Ritter. Barry 25, 95. Ill Ritter. Carl 57 Ritter, Mary 57 Roadrick, Dennis 64 Robbins, Brian 47 Roberson, Rich 41. 72, 86. 87, 128 Robertson, Brian 41 Robertson, Charles 103 Robertson, Michelle 25 Robertson, Patty 35 Robertson, Randall 25, 62 Robins, Bryan 47 Roby, Scott 35, 89, 93, 96, 106, 108 Roe, Don 35, 97 Rogers, Marcinda 3, 35, 79, 96, 103 Roller, Theda 41 Roller, Theodore 41 Roller, Kim 36 Romine, David 41 Romine, Lora 25, 99 Rominger. Darrin 8, 25 Row, Renee 47, 89, 90, 92 Runyan, Rodger 36. 62, 70, 86, 128 Runyan, Ron 62 Sallee, Stan 41 Savage, Jim 2, 5, 16, 20, 26, 79, 90, 91, 93, 94, 106, 108, 160 Savage, Steve 57 Scharff, Jane 55, 59, 92 Scholl, Lonny 36 Scholl, Tammy 47, 95 Schwear, Naomi 55, 99 Scott, Sue 66, 67, 77 Schallenberger, Brian 26, 126 Shanks, Roger 55 Shelton, Brenda 36, 95, 104 Shepard, Beverly 36, 91, 92 Shepard, Kelly 47. 95 Shepard, Melodie 79, 41, 100, 107 Shepard, Tracy 47 Shupperd, Angela 32, 36, 79, 89 Silvey, David 26 Simmons, Paula 55, 89 Simpson, Lisa 36 Slate, Glenda 57 Slater. Dawn 47, 79, 89, 92, 111 Small, Brian 47 Smith, Daren 41 Smith, Reva 41, 66, 76, 77Smith, David 47 Smith, Kelly 47 Smith, Rhonda 36, 79, 89. 96, 99 Smith, Roger 26, 62, 129 Smith, Sheila Snyder, Linda 36, 62, 70, 95, 96 Sosbe, Mark 26, 62 Sorg, Lisa 47, 93 Spay, Dennis 99 Spivey, April 41, 90, 92 Stacy, Kelly 41 Stage, Charles 47 Stage, Lisa 36, 81 Stanton, Ed 36 Starkey, Betty 55, 91 Stephens, Donna 36, 89, 104 Stephens, Jenny 47 Stephens, Shaun 36, 62, 70, 86, 98, 128 Stewart, Charlotte 26, 79, 89, 100 Stewart, Eric 26, 61, 80 Stewart, Jean 57 Stewart, Jeannie 26 Stewart, Mike 47 Stewart, Rex 47, 80 Stiner, Kevin 36, 62, 70, 128 Stockdale, Brian 36, 62, 70, 86, 89, 93, 96, 98, 111, 128 Stone, Betty 57 Stout, Julie 36, 62, 70, 78, 79, 89, 92, 95, 107, 117 Stover. Kim 40. 41, 79, 82. 84 Stover, Lisa 41, 68, 76, 90, 93, 107 Stover, Mike 47, 72, 73 Strong, Donnie 41, 72, 83, 95, 98 Stutzman, Levi 41, 128 Sullivan, Joanne 50, 55, 56, 160 Summers, Julie 36, 111 Svendsen, Kerry 48 Swinford, Dan 26 Tate, Dorothy 36, 99 Tate, Pam 99 Taylor, Sam 41 Taylor, Sherrie 41, 111 Teachnor, Jacqueline 26, 91, 94 Teague, Martina Theoharis, Evan 26, 68, 85, 91, 93, 94, 98, 128 Thornberry, Ann 48, 90, 93 Thornberry, Marilyn 52 Thornberry, Steve 42, 62, 98 Tinch, Deanna 48 Tolbert, Brad 42 Tolle, Elvona 56, 99 Tolle, Jeff 36, 62. 128 Townsend, Jennifer 36, 89, 94, 96, 100, 107 Tracy, Andy 3, 36, 103 Tracy, Brenda 42, 66, 77, 82. 95, 106, 127 Trowbridge, Janet 56 Trueblood. Brian 48 Tucker Kim 30. 32, 34. 36. 62, 77, 78, 84, 89, 90. 95 Tumulty, Jeff 48 Tunnell, Charlene 36 Tunnell, Cindy 42, 76, 77, 99. 106 Twiford, Debbie 48, 92, 93 Twiford, Lisa 36, 103 Updegraff, Kelly 48, 93 VanBuskirk, Brian 26, 62, 80, 86, 128 VanBuskirk, Lori 36 VanWagner, June 56 Vice, David 48. 65, 83 Vice, Dena 48, 79, 90, 95 Vice, Dion 36 Vickery, Robert 56, 62, 65, 80, 83 Walker, Kelly 36, 68. 85, 128 Wallace, Jean 36 Wallace, Jeff 56 Wallis, Penny 36, 95 Warner, David 48 Watson, Earl 51 Watson, Gretchen 52 Waymire, Brent 48 Wean, Sandy 48. 89. 92 Welcher, Rich 26, 68, 85, 94, 95, 98, 128 Welker, Roberta 56 Wells, Janet Lee 26 Werline, David Werline, Kathy 42, 77 Werline, Kim 48, 64, 73, 78, 79, 92, 111 Wesseler, Mary 56 Wheeler, Barry 36 Whetstone, Jamie 42, 70. 92. 98 Whisler, Martha 48 Whisler, Pennie 26, 95, 102, 113 Boland, White, Christy 27, 102 White, Joe 48. 87 White, Sherry 3, 36, 89 Whitinger, Jeff 20, 27, 85, 93, 94, 98, 129 Whitinger, Shelly 40, 42, 66, 67, 76, 77, 90, 93, 119 Wiand, Julie 40, 42, 66, 76, 77, 82, 127 Wideman, Roger, 42, 95 Goodknight Wilburn, Sandy 27, 91, 102, 121 Whilhoite, Cara 42, 67, 77 Williams, David 48 Williams, Joe 51, 56, 70, 73, 86, 87, 128 Williams, Lisa 36, 92 Williams, Lori 42 Williams, Michelle 40, 79, 96 Wills, David 27, 70, 98. 103, 111, 126 Wines, Dennis 48 Wire, Mary 42, 77, 82, 84, 95, 100, 127 Wishart, Kevin 42 Wisner, Sherri 42, 99 Wittkamper, Eldon 57 Wolff, Shane 48 Woodruff, Robert 56 Woodrum, Roger 42 Woolums, Julie 36, 94 Worsley, Mark 27, 62, 85, 90, 128 Wright, Alycia 48, 67, 77 Wright, Jodie 48, 95 Wright, John 48 Wright, Mary 53 Wylie, Monte 27, 99 Yates, Barbara 56, 77, 82, 84 Yates, Bill 48, 65 Yeagley, David 42 Young, Bob 48 Young, James 42 Young, Kevin 89, 107 Young, LouAnn 42, 89, 93 Young, Martin 48 Zink, Gary 27, 62, 86. 128 Zuniga, Adriana 27, 29, 89. 92, 94, 109 159CRESCENT STIFF SITS, thanks First row — Angie Downham, copy editor; Jodi Jones Baker, co editor; Susan Ogden, co editor; Mary Owens, co-senior editor; second row — Shelley Ellis, co-underclass editor. Drew Courtney, advertising manager; Ginny Millspaugh, co-underclass editor; Jim Savage, co-editor; Mrs. Joanne Sullivan, yearbook advisor; Debbie Blanton, photography editor; Jodi Dauenhauer, co senior editor; third row Tracy McQuitty, sports editor; Scott Carroll, art editor; Annie Heaton, business manager. As we end our 1983 Crescent, we would like to leave you with a closing thought. Hollywood is not the only place we find stars. As we stroll down the halls of ECHS, we see many stars that go unnoticed. We have tried to show many of our stars in their numerous roles of academics, athletics, and entertainment. Production credits for pictures and other helpful services this year go to the following: Mrs. Garner, Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. McQuitty and the Art Department, Miss Simmons, the Elwood Call Leader, the FBLA Club, Prestige Studios, Julie Barrett, Josten’s American Yearbook Company, Jim Jordan and Mr. Fortner. 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