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

 - Class of 1984

Page 1 of 168

 

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1984 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1984 Edition, Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1984 volume:

CRESCENT 1984 Elwood Community High School R.R. 4 Elwood, IN Vol. 68 Cruisin’ by Elwood we see the Elwood Community High School (top), the John H, Hinds Area Vocational School (above), and the Administration Building (left). Designed by Ted Roller 1cxinsitf’Vf EWS 1. Tracey Anderson. Annie Cleaver, and Patti Robertson wait for a ride to go cruisin' the "L". 2. Parking lot — Home of all cool cruisers. 3. Marty Young and Charlene Tunnell are all set for an "L”. 4. Debbie Blanton starts out in her car for a big day of cruisin’. 5. Beware! Stacey Rickabaugh and Ann Thornberry will be in the car and on the road very soon! 6. Rodger Runyan and Brad Mathys practice for their big race. 7. Dee Ann Bannon and Jenny Clark talk over their plans for cruisin' after school. Designed by Debbie Blanton Charlene Tunnell 3Homecoming ’83 passive zotFe Saturday. October 1, was a perfect day for Homecoming ’83. While Elwood’s Panthers ran up a 54-6 victory over the Frankton Eagles. Tracy McQuitty reigned as Homecoming Queen. Homecoming activities included an outdoor pep session Friday afternoon at the stadium with a tricycle race as the highlight. The Homecoming parade was at 6 p.m. Friday followed by the powder puff football game between the junior and senior girls. Dennis Basham was crowned king at half-time. A big bonfire followed the game.Designed by Jennifer Townsend. Carol Curry 561. Wake up. Steve! 2. Chow down. Mari! 3. Brian Haskett is going to class? 4. Carmen Headley works in advanced algebra. 5. Kelly and Shelly are hard at work. 6 Carla. Christy, Ginger, and Annie sit in stud row! 7. Hey. Stacey and Jill, is that your slick, black Lincoln? Designed by Ann Thornberry and Beth Murphy 710 Iris Nilson (right) came from Germany. She was a member of Drama Club, Latin Club, Science Club, and Swing Choir. In her opinion, school is more fun here in America than in Germany. This year she was staying with Sheila and George Hobson and had one sister, Renee. Lone Jensen (Above) from Denmark said she likes E.H.S. better than her school back home. “The classes are easier!” she said. She likes gymnastics very much and was a member of the Drama Club. Lone says, “The students here are nice and helpful.” Lone stayed this year with Sandy and Phil Burton and had sister Shelly and brother Shawn. Sole Jyvakorpi (Right) came from Finland. She was a member of Band, FBLA, Science Club, Spanish Club, Art Club, and Drama Club. At school she has especially enjoyed trips, school spirit, band, and getting lots of new friends. This year she was staying with Ruth and Jim Peel and had three sisters: Cindy, Shelly, and Kim.Bjorg Evjenth (Left) is from Norway. She was a member of FBLA and Science Club. She played volleyball and basketball for the Panthers this year and did a good job. In E.C.H.S. she especially likes people and says that they are very friendly. Bjorg says that making friends is very important to her. She was staying with Vera and Jerry Gillum and had sister Mitzi and brother Brad. Lourdes Frias (Left) is from Panama. She was a member of Spanish Club, Choir, and Swing Choir. She likes sports, even though she didn't participate in any this year. She has many friends and tells that friends are really important for her. At school she likes sports and all the people around. This year she was staying with Mary and Marvin Janiak and had one brother, Steven. Designed by Maria Owens. Stacey Rickabaugh. and Sole Jyvakorpi Shift Into Drive 1. Cecil Davis. Eric Stewart, and Jeff Whitinger. show their talents in '83. 2. Shawn Stephens chows down. 3. “Not me!" 4. What kind of shampoo did you use? 5. Huh! 6. Is it good? 7. It's the Driver Education car! 12Designed by Christy Decker 13SEMIORS SENIORS '• 14SEMIORS SEHIORS '• Ann Thornberry Designed By Krista Collins 15The Only Way To Have We have traveled many miles to get where we are today. During our high school years we have had many money-making projects and activities. When we were freshmen and sophomores, our sponsor was Mrs. Beverly Austin. During those two years we sold candy and had bake sales. We placed third with our float as freshmen and took fourth place our sophomore year. Then as we became juniors, our sponsors became Mrs. McQuitty and Mrs. Merritt. We took first place with both our floats, (The Lean Mean Fighting Machine and Garfield). We sold candy and jewelry for money-making projects. Our Jun-ior Senior Prom was called “Circus of Colours." In our senior year we sold candy as our moneymaking project. We contracted the same band for prom as last year. For graduation we decided on blue gowns for the guys and white for the girls. At the end of the year the remaining money will go to two of our classmates for scholarships. Homecoming extras will go to the incoming freshmen, the class of 1988. Top is Cindy Peel, vice president. Top right. Marianne Bogard. president; middle. Krista Collins, secretary; bottom is Joanne Green, treasurer. 16 Designed by Christy Decker. Krista CollinsA tyrtend Is To fBo One Beth Diane Barnett Dennis Darrell Basham Michael Eugene Blackford Randall Scott Blackford Debra Sue Blanton Robert Andrew Bousman Marsha Kay Boyer Rhonda Arlene Brewer Randy Allen Bryan Caroline Litah Carmer Marianne Carpenter Tammy Marie Chambers Kathleen Mary Cleaver Bogard r Designed By Shelley Ellis 17Kenneth Allen Clymer Dean Alan Cole Krista Kay Collins Timothy Lee Collins Sherry Copus Call Samuel Andrew Carol Ann Curry Evelyn Louise Dame Todd Andrew Davis Terina Sue Decker Courtney 18FRIEMDSfclP OFTEfi EMDS ItiEOUE; Robert Scott DeHart Tamara Lorraine Shari Lee Detling John Allen Diehl Tabitha Rae Diehl Dellinger Brian Keith Doan Kimberly Anne Dowler Rodney Ray Dowling Shelley Lee Ellis Angela Lynn Everson Bruce Allen Everson Bjorg Evjenth Larrie James Fleenor Lourdes Bienvenidu Frias Thomas Arthur FinanSenior band students Sole Jyvakorpi. Drew Courtney. Cindy Peel. Brian Stockdale. and Pat Leavell receive recognition during a football pep session. Billy Joe Galbreath Todd Allen Garrison William Mark Gibson Mitzi Suzanne Gillum Alan Ray Gosnell Frank Hubert Gosnell Joanne Marie Green Michael Wayne Gross Joyce Faye Hancock Robert Lee Hancock Cheryl Virginia Hartman William Brian Haskettfriendship often ends in love; David Joe Haynes Richard Randle Hayward Anna Marie Heaton Robin Phyllis High Troy Lee Hodson Timothy J. Hoel Roger Martin Holmes Julie Suzanne Howey Billy Humphreys William Alan Hunnicutt This year's senior steering committee is pictured here. They are Marianne Bogard. Krista Collins, Joanne Green; second row: Julie Summers. Tracy McQuitty. Julie Howey. Bjorg Evjenth. Kevin Stiner; third row: Linda Synder. Cindy Anderson. Kathleen Cleaver. Kim Tucker. Bruce Everson; fourth row: Mike Perez. Sherry White. Roger Holmes. Lone Niemann Jensen Sole Julia Jyvakorpi Paul Brent KaneBradley Robert Knotts Phillip Wayne LaShure Patrick Robin Leaveli Kevin Dwayne Leisure Nicholas David Long Sandra Kay Long Tina Marie Lynas Lisa Ann McClish Keith Alan McCool Shane Clyde McCorkle Melissa Rae McCune Harold Eugene McKinley Terry Kenneth McKinley Darrell Gene Tracy Jo McQuitty McPhearsonThree of our foreign exchange students. Lourdes Frias. Lone Jensen, and Iris Nilson show their school spirit at a pep rally. Monty Wayne Morris Lisa Kay Moss Robert George Mountcastle Alesa Jane Mundy Cindy L. Nickles Bradley Wayne Mathys Darin Gregory Moody Kenneth Luarel Morris Mary Maxine Maish Tracey Lynn Mitchell Virginia Mildred Millspaugh Jane Ellen Morgan Lisa Morris Little Designed By Shelley Ellis 23Patti Jo Robertson Susan Gail Robertson Scott LeRoy Roby Marcinda Kay Rogers Kimberly Jo Roller Thomas E. Noone Michael Douglas Perez Chris Emmitt Pipkins Iris Nilson Larry Brian Noble Walter Allen Payne Lucinda Marie Peel Cherryll Louann Parker Dala Paro Bryan Leanne Riegelbut love in friendship NEVER Lisa Ann Simpson Rhonda Bea Smith Linda Marie Snyder Lisa Kay Stage Earl Edwin Stanton Donna Stephens Stout Shaun Keith Stephens Jon Kevin Stiner Seniors Pat Leavell and Kelly Walker receive tennis awards from Coach Hoppel as the senior football guys look on. Designed By Shelley Ellis 25Mitzi Gillum and Miss Paula Simmons present awards to the outstanding band kids during a pep session. Julia Ann Summers Charlene Frances Tunnell Jacqueline Jean Wallace Penny Elaine Wallis Lori Ann VanBuskirk Dion M. Vice Julie Eileen Stout Dorothy May Tate Brian Keith Stockdale Jennifer Lynn Townsend Howard Andrew Tracy Kimberly Jo Tucker R. Kelly Walker Lisa Ann TwifordFriends Forever. David Michael Werline Barry Scott Wheeler Sherry Lynn White Lisa Anne Williams Julie Renee Woolums Not pictured Robyn Blakely. Kenneth Eugene Carron. Anthony Wayne Crull. Christopher Scott Klein. Robert Patrick Lane. Billy Scott Priest. Don Tommy Roe. Lonny Eugene Scholl SENICCS! Designed By Shelley Ellis 27Seniors Most Likely To .. This year the yearbook staff thought it would be interesting to poll the senior class and see who they thought would be “Most Likely To ..We got a good response, and here are the results. 1. Mike Perez and Sandy Long were voted as the "best looking”. 2. Julie Stout and Brad Knotts were voted the “most talented”. 3. Tom Finan and Jennifer Townsend were selected as the “friendliest”. 4. Brian Haskett and Kim Tucker were the "most school spirited”.1. Selected as "most popular" were Drew Courtney and Tracy McQuitty. 2. Tim Collins and Bjorg Evjenth were voted the "most athletic". 3. Joanne Green and Mike Perez had the "best personalities” 4. Selected as "most courteous” were Shaun Stephens and Jane Morgan. 5. Rodger Runyan and Kim Tucker represented the "best all around”. 6. Brian Haskett and Iris Nil-son were chosen as the "wittiest". 7. Pat Leavell and Julie Howey were voted the "most intellectual”.The Mew Generation 32Designed By Beth Murphy 33★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ EJ@[a 3J EJ 2J EJ EJ a EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ The Juniors One of the activities for the Junior Class this year was a fund raising project in the fall. They sold cookies, from which they made a profit of almost $1500. Top sellers for the class were Myra Davis, Lisa Barr, and Jerry Gross. The big project for this class was the annual Junior-Senior Prom held Saturday. May 12, in the cafetorium. Lisa Barr and Andy Ball were co-chairmen using the theme “Springtime Fantasy. Many juniors were involved in working on committees for the prom. Renee Hobson and Anne Burke chose the favors while Jill Hughes, Shelly Burton, and Susie Fowler were in charge of the king and queen selections. Decorations were planned by Barbara Frye, Jill Hughes, Marjorie Cole, Shelly Peel, Shelly Burton, Cheryl Dodd, Stacy Davis, Shelly Fuller, Susie Fowler, Anne Burke, and Renee Hobson with refreshments being handled by Kelly Peters, Joy Jones, Debbie Jones, and Susie Fowler. Christy Pedro and Shelly Whitinger arranged for photos while Valaria Laster, Shelly Peel, and Dana Fox were in charge of invitations and tickets. Heather Grimes served as public relations person with Barbara Frye and Marjorie Cole in charge of floor set-up. Servers were chosen by Christy Pedro and Shelly Whitinger. Kristen Amick Andy Ball Randall Bannister Lisa Barr Vallarie Bastain Kelly Beeman nk a Melissa Beeman William Beeman Jeffrey Benson Michele Boll Brent Boston John Bowyer Todd Bragg Robert Brown Anne Burke Angela Burnette Shelly Burton Sheila Buster Steven Carmer Jennifer Clark Robert Clegg Douglas Clinkenbeard Kevin Clinkenbeard Marjorie Cole 34r-kirir M + + « ♦ r ★ ★ ★ saa a a a a a a a a a a a a a saa Michael Evans Tony Faucett Brian Faulstich Douglas Fernung Kenneth Fernung Cindy Fleenor Joseph Foley Cherri Foor Susie Fowler William Fowler Dana Fox Jodee Frazee Nancy Dauenhauer Myra Davis Cheryl Dodd Teresa Duncan Matthew Dwiggins Deann Elledge ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ 4- Christina Collis 4" Tracy Coons - Carla Copus Christopher Courtney Roderick Croy Curtis Dauenhauer Junior Patty Pratt tries her hand at drawing with pas tels m art class. Barbara Frye Michelle Fuller Elynne Gilbert Corinna Glotzbach Heather Grimes Phyllis Groover QgJ Designed By Ted Roller 35Jerome Gross Merle Haight David Hancock Michael Hansen Art Harris Andy Harvill Tina Haskett Dennis Haynes Tracy Hazelbaker Scott Higgins Angie Hobbs Renee Hobson Right: Todd Bragg tries to look busy in art class. Far right: Gina DePolo doesn't want her picture taken. David Holliday Kimberly Holliday Patrick Holliday Brian Hopkins Lisa Hubble Terri Hudson Jill Hughes Scott Hughes Shelley Hughes Michael Israel Victoria Jackson Bret Jones Christopher Jones Debbie Jones Joy Jones Amy Jordon Paul Kangai Jennifer Kelich Todd Klein John Kleyla Valeria Laster Mark Leavell Ronald Lenon Richard Lewellen Keith Ley Keith Loar Michael Lowder Kent Luyet William Lyons Tammy McClish Dusty McCord Wayne McCray Marla McDermit Lorra McKnight Robert McMullen Ronald Maddox Doreena Maish Rodney Mason Steven Metz David Mitchell Mark Morgan Scott Morris Terry Morris Lester Niccum Lisa Nichols Curtis Nickles Phil Norris Michael Ogden Andy Osborn Christy Pedro Shelly Peel David Romine tries to show off a new look! Designed By Ted Roller 37Kelly Peters Wayne Pickell George Ponder Eric Poor Kimberly Powers Jana Pratt Patricia Pratt Paul Reynolds Brian Riley Paul Rittenhouse Rich Roberson Brian Robertson Ted Roller Theda Roller David Romme Stanley Sallee Melodie Shepard Daren Smith Reva Smith Kelly Stacy Kimberly Stover Lisa Stover Levi Stutzman Samuel Taylor 38Stephen Thornberry Brad Tolbert Brenda Tracy Cynthia Tunnell Kathy Werline Jamie Whetstone Shelly Whitinger Julie Wiand Cara Wilhoite Lori Williams Michelle Williams Mary Wire Kevin Wisehart Roger Woodrum James Young Lou Ann Young Not Pictured: Bradley Bannister. Christopher Brannen. Jorge Casas. Robyn Chapman. Stacia Davis. Susan George. Billy Humphrey. Brian Rebuck, Sherri Wisner. Junior Steering Committee: Front, left to right. Shelly Peel, treasurer Lisa Barr, vice president Christy Pedro, president Shelly Whitinger. Shelly Fuller; back. Michelle Boll, Stacy Davis. Paul Reynolds. Kenny Fernung. Wayne McCray. Scott Higgins. Julie Wiand. Valeria Laster. Lisa Stover; not pictured: Renee Hobson. Kelly Peters. Todd Bragg. Paul Kangai. Robert Clegg, Debbie Jones. Phil Norris, secretary Joy Jones. Designed By Ted Roller 39Sophomores Take the Wheel Corina Abshire Jennifer Anderson Tracy Anderson Rachael Arbuckle Frank Arehart Mark Back Julie Ballinger DeeAnn Bannon Dean Barnes Cheryl Barr Jim Beecher Tim Belisle Lori Bennett Jobi Blackford Chris Bryan Tammy Burdsall Pat Burke Randy Burton Greg Buster Carla Capps Kim Capps Britt Carter Windy Carter Rick Cass Jerry Casto Angie Chambers Jill Champion 40Richard Christie Eric Clark Roxie Clark Ann Cleaver Matt Conner Jeff Conwell Trent Cooper Sandy Cornwell Resa Cummings Bobby Cunningham Diana Cutsinger Spero Daleure Lynette Davenport David Davis Tina Deckard Christy Decker John Dockery Mark Dwiggins Barbara Evans Andrea Faucett Craig Faulstich Troy Fesler Kristi Fettig Drew Finan Rodney Fite Brian Gaddis Loretta Galbreath Becky Galbreath Ginger Gallapoo Tom Gardner Chris George Larry Gibson Pam Goins Debbie Goodman John Gosnell Sandy Graham Kris Greenlee Tricia Grimes Lisa Groover Dan Harting Richard Harting Greg Hartman 41Shelly Hartsock Joe Haulk Kevin Haynes Carmen Headley Andy Heady Steve Helpling Bob Helton Vanessa Hiatt Tracy High Amy Hillard Tim Himmelrick Jamica Hobbs Ray Holliday Lisa Hoover Cliff Hoskins Brian Howey Robert Hueston Bobbi Huff Kelly Huff Brian Hunt Tammy Hunt Stacie Jack Junior Jaramillo Kelly Jeske Shannon Klein Scott Lawson Kenny Lehman Scott Leisure Mike Linder Mike Luther 42Kenny Luyet Jeff Lynas Mark Lyons Jimmie McClain Patricia McCracken Pat McDaniel Tash McDaniel Kevin McPhearson Marty Mays Kert Massey Angie Melvin Lisa Miller Cindy Mitroff Morris Moody Aleda Moss Chris Mowell Rich Mullen Beth Murphy Jeff Murray Jenny Nash Loren Naylor Cindy NeeseJack Osborn Maria Owens Dutch Parish Kenny Penn Marianne Perez Chris Phillips Pat Phillips Mike Piirto Beth kicks back and relaxes. Sophomore Steering Committee: Row 1 — Steve Hel-pling. president; Stacey Rickabaugh, vice president; Ann Thornberry. treasurer; Christy Decker, secretary; Row 2 — Beth Murphy. Kim Werline. Larry Gibson, Ray Holliday. Cliff Hoskins. Dena Vice. Marianne Perez. Tracy Anderson. Debbie Twiford. Kristi Fettig, Kim Lee; Row 3 — Mrs. Paquin. sponsor; Tash McDaniel. Jill Champion. 44Tom Plake Tammy Poison Jim Preston Tracey Priest Robby Pritchard Ann Raper Leah Richwine Stacey Rickabaugh Curt Rider Lesley Riegel Kevin Rittenhouse Missy Rittenhouse Bryan Robbins Teresa Rogers Renee Row Tammy Scholl Kelly Shepard Richard Skinner Dawn Slater Brian Small David Smith Lisa Sorg Angie Stafford Charles Stage 45Jenny Stephens Rex Stewart Mike Stover Kerry Svendson Pam Tate Sherrie Taylor 1 Mike looks as if he just saw a ghost. 2. Angie. Carla, and Christy look like the three stooges. 46 Designed By Beth Murphy Ann Thornberry Debbie Twiford Kelly Updegraff David Vice Dena Vice David Warner Brent Waymire Angie Webb Kim Werlme Martha Whisler Joe White Roger Wideman Brian Williams Terrill Wolfe Shane Wolff Alycia Wright J.P. Wright Billy Vates Not Pictured: Phil Caldwell. Richard Campbell. Julie Cress. Gina Depolo. David Giselbach. Kim Lee. Mike Richwine. Steven Phillips.Kathleen Alexander Crista Allen Kurt Arnold Tina Austin Brian Ball Dawn Ball Lori Barnett James Beeman Mike Beeman Samantha Beeman Scott Beeman Tia Belisle Frances Benson Don Blackford Dara Bogard Lisa Boll Richard Boll Samantha Bowyer Rob Boyland Robin Bradburn Clayton Brannen Melissa Brewer Richie Burdsall April Buster Jerry Cannon Kenny Carter Paul Carter Lori Casto Mary Sue Casto Jerry Chestnut Design By Maria Owens Stacey Rickabaugh 47Start 1 our Engines! Everett Childress Tracy Clymer Angela Collins Heidi Cook Shari Coston Shawn Courtney Shelly Cox Tom Creamer Scott Creech Marckel Crist Kelly Croy Amy Dauenhauer Chris Davis John Davis Tonya Deckard Darren DeLong Mike DeLong Kevin Douglas Lilly Dudley Mike Edwards Linda Eliserio Ray Farr Marsha Faulstich Tammy Faulstich Russell Felton Keith Fernung Steve Fesler Lance Fettig April Foor Gary Foor STEERING COMMITTEE: Pictured left to right. Row 1: Sheryl Gilbert. Shelly Cox. Sharon Gibbons. Sandy Sawyer; Row 2: Mary White, Heidi Cook. Michelle Mirales. Joani Smith, Karina Rider; Row 3: Char Short. Dara Bogard, Paul Rice. Wayne Willhoite. Trent Hicks. Scott Luther.Tricia Foor Brian Frazier Paige Fuller Sharon Gibbons Sheryl Gilbert Scott Gill Scott Gordon Tim Griffith Greg Gwinn Chris Haas Lorie Hamm Denita Hancock April Haneline Betty Hankey Lynn Hanshew Greg Hare Gary Harless Michelle Harrell Carol Hartman Mike Haskett Richy Haskett Travis Hayward Trent Hicks Michelle Hobbs Jeff Hofer Gina Hotter Tom Holliday Melissa Hollowed John Holmes Chuck Hoover John Hueston Angie Huff Design By Maria Owens Stacey Rickabaugh 49Dean Huff Raymond Huffman Rod Hughes Rick Humphreys Tim Hunt Chris Hyman Tina McCorkle Gary McCray Cam McCune Scarlett McCune Angie McGuire Fred McIntosh 50I i Jodi Mclntrye David McMullen Kristin McQuitty Tracy May Steve Maynard Teresa Mays Tammy Mead Cherie Mengelt Sindy Miller Artie Minniear Michelle Mirales Scott Mitchell Debbie Morris Angela Morrow Beth Mottweiler Trish Mullen Randy Murray Sharon Nickles Cathy Parker Bob Paro Jim Patrick Kelli Peeper Brian Perkins Bryan Phenis Danny Pickell Donny Pickell Bobbie Plough Jack Preston Paul Rice Jeff Rich52 Paul Roberson Charles Roller Matt Rommger Sandy Sawyer Angie Shallenberger Julie Shallenberger Larry Shepard Char Short Fred Short Jodi Simmons Linda Simpson Lisa Slayton Joani Smith Kathy Smith Brian Snyder Scott Southern Mike Stewart Tim Stewart Steve Stiner Jay Stone Diane Swinford Mark Tate Jeff Tumulty Brian Turner Jason Updegraff Mike Updegraff Shawn Van Ness Saul Vest Scott Vest Mark VetorJerry Votra Tom Wallace John Weaver Brian Webb Junior Weismiller Mary White Wayne Willhoite Tim Williams Susan Wines Tammy Wyatt Design By Maria Owens Stacey Rickabaugh 531. Mr Hoffman studies diligently in the library. 2. Mrs. Yates, you’re supposed to face the camera, not look in the cabinet! 3. Mrs. VanWagner knits socks for all of her seniors to take to college. 4. Mr. Watson, we can tell that you're really reading the Call-Leader. 5. What are you looking so guilty about. Mrs. Fettig? 6. Mrs. Merritt, is that you behind those glasses? 1 Here Mr Demuth and Mr. Huffman get crazy in the hall. I hope you boys have a pass to be out of class! 2. Mrs. Garner tries to look serious as she lectures in Latin. 3 Miss Mercer, you'd better read Macbeth quickly if you want to give a quiz today! 4. No. we can't reschedule the track meet on a Saturday. 5.1 hope that that’s a People magazine. Mrs. Austin! 6. Here's Mrs. Paquin lecturing to her Advanced Comp, class during a Pep Session! 7. Now. Carol, you know better than to use a double negative! % Designed By Shelley Ellis 55George Dudley Asst. Supt. June Van Wagner Guid. Counselor ■ w Richard Merritt Gordon Paquin Superintendent Principal THE HEAD CRUI5ER5 AT E H 5 v ■ u Earl Watson Voc. School Dir. Dan Rayshich Asst. Voc. Dir. James Compton Asst. Prin. Betty House Guid. Counselor Cathy Ogden Gretchen Watson Carol Courtney Kandie Courtney Susan Dudley Secretary Secretary Secretary Secretary Secretary f 56 Designed By Jennifer Townsend(Left picture) left to right, standing. Emily Leavell. Superintendent’s secretary; Barbara Kurtz, treasurer; Jane Davis, special services secretary. Seated is Mary Wright. Assistant Superintendent’s secretary. (Bottom picture) Elwood Community School Board — Seated: Tom Cassidy. Cathy Goins. Marilyn Thornberry; standing; Dick Herndon. Bob Abernathy. Karen Abel Phil Brown Beverly Austin Gerald Burton Marilyn Barnett Steve Demuth Vicki Blair Michael Bomholt Karen Fettig Connie Fortner Don Fortner Diana Garner Don GarnerLarry Hobbs Donald Leisure Joan Mercer David Hoffman Julie Johnson Gary Linder Raeanna Merritt Max Hoppel Phil Huffman Mark Hughes Sharon Johnson Rhonda Luurtsema Robert Moore Alan Knapp Mary Konanz Anna May Darrell McQuitty . . N • . . McQuitty Tom Pantos Darren Paquin 58 Designed By Jennifer TownsendPaula Simmons Lori Smith Betty Starkey Naomi Schwear Roger Shanks Joanne Sullivan Elvona Tolle Janet Trowbridge Robert Vickery Joe Williams Jeff Wallace Robert Woodruff Roberta Welker Barbara Yates Mary Lois Wesseler Nurse 59A special thanks needs to go to the cooks, maintenance men. custodians, and bus drivers. If it weren’t for them, it would be impossible to run the school so smoothly and comfortably. Cooks — I. to r. — Martha Bennett. Jean Caldwell. Diana Daleure. supervisor; Denise Mosbaugh, Colleen Rickabaugh. Rosalie Hancock. Glenda Slate. Jean Stewart. Bus Drivers — I. to r.. first row — Frank Preston. Mary Fredd. Rulon Hartley. Debbie Green. Mary Ritter. Judy Huffman; second row — Rick Coleman. Denise Peel. Don Tucker. Carl Ritter. Rhonda Murray. Betty Stone. Marie Weaver. (Not pictured: Eldon Wittkamper.) Custodians — I. to r. — Steve Savage. Brian Brown. George Morgan. Jean Kinser. Loretta Hittle. Jerry Davenport. (Not pictured: Don Plake.) 60DC ycc DEMI MIDI • M.R.Q ii Here’s the Beef! QW JORDACHETHAT MONSTER DEFICITscience AGreatWayTodrama choir Get Involved PBC LATINKEEP YOUR OWN COUNCIL 'kicA'k+'k J ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ +++¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ★ Student Council has been very active this year. They purchased stereo equipment, sponsored dances after the home basketball games, and provided music on Fridays in the cafeteria during the lunch periods. During Homecoming and Sectional they sold red and blue balloons. At Christmas time the Council sold their Christmas cookies. This year the Student Council did something different. They sponsored a brunch for the graduating seniors after commencement practice at Circle Pizza. 1. Krista Collins shows how full of hot air the council is. 2. Are they driving you crazy. Julie? First row: J. Summers, (vice president): D. Courtney, (president): T. Decker, (secretary): K. Lee. (treasurer): second row: S. Peel. A. Thornberry. S. Rickabaugh. M. Owens. S. Jones. D. Ball. K. Keene. G. Hofer. M. Perez: third row: R. Hobson. J. Green, J. Howey. M. Cole, A. Burke. K. Collins, C. Peel. A. Morrow. T. Mays. C. Decker, K. ¥ Tucker; fourth row: C. Pedro. K. Shepard. T. McDaniel. K. Fernung. L. Barr. T. McQuitty. S. Leisure. C. Hoover. H. ¥ Cook. K. McQuitty: fifth row: N. Long. B. Murphy. R. Runyan. M. Perez. K. Fettig, K. Peters. S. Whitinger. J. Stone. ¥ T. Collins. K. Cleaver. ¥+++ w + 66HIGH ACHIEVERS Juniors — standing. Mrs. Luurtsema, sponser; V. Laster. A. Burke. M. Cole. B. Frye. D. Maish. H. Grimes. Miss House, sponser; front. P. Rittenhouse. W McCray. W. Picked. A. Ball. J. Kleyla, P. Norris. Honor Society was a very active group this year. Tap Day February 14 saw seventeen students tapped as new members of the organization. They ordered T-shirts besides their sweaters this year. During eighth grade orientation members served as big sisters and brothers, guiding students around the building. Formal induction ceremonies were held April 10 while members and their parents were guests of the Lions Club at the annual banquet held at Mangas’ April The top four students in the Junior Class were marshalls for graduation while other juniors served as ushers. Seniors — standing. Miss Mercer, sponser; T. McQuitty, D. Courtney. K. Walker. J. Summers. T. Mitchell. P. Leavell. T. Crull, S. Jyvakorpi. (Honorary). B. Evjenth. (Honorary). J. Green, Mrs. Merritt, sponser; kneeling K. Tucker. J. Howey, I. Nilsen. (Honorary). B. Shepard. A. Heaton. T. Decker. 1. Senior Honor Society Plaque. 2. Sole, are you hungry? Designed By Christy Decker 67Row 1. S. Jones. P. Leavell. J. Beecher. K. Werline. S. Whitinger. R. Mullen. B. Phenis; row 2, B. Gibson. J. Summer, A. Thornberry. S. Rickabaugh. M. Owens. D. Vice, T. Decker. L. Barr. L. Stover, A. Morrow. T. Mays; row 3. A. Burke. L. Hubble. I. Nilson. S. Hughes. D. Elledge. L. Young. C. Dodd. K. Collins. C. Peel. M. Faulstich. D. Ball; row 4. V. Laster, K. Fernung. B. Frye. C. Jones. D. Hancock. M. Beeman. J. Blackford. K. Lee. P. Fuller. J. Smith. J. Shallenberger. B. Motweiler; row 5, T. Faulstich. A. Shallenberger. J. Howey. T. Crull. T Mitchell, G. Gwinn. J. Stone. S. Metz. S. Long, C. Barr. D. Bogard, S. Gibbons; row 6. S. Beeman. A. Dauenhauer. J. Jones. L. Hanshew. K. Svendson, K. Shepard. M. Hanson. M. Back. C. Courtney. L. Gibson. M. Edwards. L. Sorg, C. Mowell; row 7. D. Davis. D. Lamb, P. Rice. T. Luyet, S. Leisure. M. Cole. M. Morgan. B. Howey. T. Hicks. M. Brewer. T. McDaniels. J. Conwell, B. Stockdale. The 1983-84 Latin Club has been busy this year. They had sales projects, selling spices and candy bars. The annual fall party was held this year, and the club shared a hayride and weiner roast with the Spanish Club. And don’t forget the Chariot Races in the fall! The foreign language clubs took a day at King’s Island together. This year the Latin Club also tried something new. They had a grape stomping day! What a MESS! 68 Designed By Krista CollinsEspanol Sabelo Es Quererlo First row: B. Shepard. L. Frias. Mrs. Disosway. L. Richwine, M. Perez. B. Haskett. M. Gillum. J. Stout; second row: R. Arbuckle. A. McGuire. K. Fettig, A. Melvin. L. Williams. C. Mengelt. H. Cook. K. McQuitty. G. Buster, B. Murphy; third row: B. Riley. S. Jyvakorpi. T. Duncan. D. Slater. B. Evans. S. Graham. K. Huff. L. Hoover. V. Hiatt. T. Grimes. R. Row. S. Jack. C. Mitroff; fourth row: H. Grimes. M. McDermitt. D. Maish. K. Peters. S. Burton. C. Stage. K. Arnold. S. Gill. K. Alexander. C. Allen. T. Burdsall. M. Crist. M. Harrell; fifth row: S. Gordon. M. Delong. K. Fernung. G. Hartman. J.D. Dockery. A. Collins. S. Daleure. M. Linder. B. Frazier. M. John. L. Fettig. J. Weaver. B. Leavitt. 1. What's wrong. Sole, can’t you find it? 2. Look at them eat! Although the annual Foreign Language Olympics was not held this year, the Spanish Club has many more memories. This year the club ate at One Accord, Bandidos, and Chi Chi’s. Their Christmas party was a success too. Even a rainy day couldn’t keep the Spanish Club away from the hayride and weiner roast held for the Latin and Spanish Clubs. Near the end of the year a King's Island trip was shared by the clubs. Spanish Club also planned a Foreign Language Festival this year for the first time. Designed By Krista Collins 6970 UTURE USINESS EADERS MERICA FBLA had many activities going on during the ’83-’84 school year. Among them was the Christmas party on December 8. FBLA sold candy bars to raise money for conventions; the top sellers were Mary Wire and Lynette Davenport. Each received $15. FBLA had a Compatability Analysis for 25 t on February 9; students were mated by a computer to check compatability. FBLA went to Manchester College for a computer games day February 18-19. FBLA also had a Computerthon with all collections going to the March of Dimes. In the spring several members attended convention at Ball State, earning awards for the chapter. 1. Top candy sellers Mary Wire and Lynette Davenport receive prizes from Annie. 2. Gang has fun at Ball State. 3. J.D. Dockery has fun with the computer. 4. Rod and Berry work on the scrap book for FBLA. FBLA — first row. Mr. Hoppel, A. Jordan. P. McDaniel. A. Heaton. J. Green. T. Decker. M. Davis. B. Wheeler. B. Evjenth; second row: C. Neese. K. Shepard. C. Nickles. K. Stover. B. Frye. J. Townsend. J. Howey. K. Capps. J. Hughes. S. Burton; third row: L. Mundy, R. Cass. T. Mitchell. J. Morgan. C. Collis, S. Jyvakorpi. S. Long. M. Wire. L. Davenport. K. Tucker; fourth row: R. Wideman. D. Courtney. A. Burke. C. Courtney. S. Hughes. R. Hobson. S. Hartsock. M. White. A. Cleaver. T. Anderson; back row: T. Crull. M. Lowder. K. Powers. T. Diehl. M, Maish. A. Chambers. D. Maish. S. Short. C. Anderson. K. Cleaver.SCIENCE CLUB During the 1983-84 school year Science Club’s big project was the planning and supervision of the beginning work on the new Nature Center. Greg Hare was the winner of the plan contest, submitting a plan for design. The log cabin was erected, the pond dug, and many plants and trees installed. In other activities Science Club went on two field trips, one to Delco Remy’s engineering section and the other to the I.U. Medical Center. The annual camping trip to Brown County took place in the spring. First row: L. Young, W. Picked. P. Reynolds. C. Peel. T. McQuitty. N. Long. R. Holmes. T. Davis. T. Collins. M. Perez. J. Kleyla, S. Hughes: second row: C. Courtney. A. Burke. R. Hobson, S. Burton. J. Hughes. J. Summers. I. Nilson. M. Cole. J. Champion, A. Thornberry. M. Perez. A. Richwine. A. Melvin. S. Grimes. M. Mays; third row: W. McCray. L. Sorg, M. Mowell. J. Townsend. J. Howey. J. White. P. Leaved. B. Gibson. T. Finan. M Owens. D. Slater. M. Davis. C. Stage. J. Rich. J. Gosnell; fourth row: P. Holliday. J. Whetstone. D. Holliday. B. Riley. S. Metz. R. Row. S. Jyvakorpi. C. Hoskins, S. Leisure. S. Ellis. J. Green. D. Courtney. B. Frye. M Rominger. T. Mitchell. M. Gillum: back row: S. Thornberry. C. Headley. T. Anderson. E. Gilbert. C. Dodd. L. Barr. K. Stiner. A. Hillard. M. McDermit. B. Evjenth. A. Ball. R. Bannister. A. Gosnell. K. Fernung. L. Stover. V. Laster. T. Crull. Upper left: Mr. Huffman helps Brian Small with his rocket. Above: The log cabin will be in the Nature Center behind the baseball diamond. 719 The Thespians put on two great plays this year. The fall play was “The Rainmaker". The leading roles went to Scott Roby as the Rainmaker, Angie Melvin as Lizzy Curry, Chris Jones as H.C., Pat Leavell as Noah, Scott Gill as Jimmy, Jeff Murray as File, and Brian Stockdale as the Sheriff. In the spring the Thespians presented “Ordinary People". Roles went to Scott Gill as Conrad Jarrett, Scott Roby as Cal Jarrett, Angie Melvin as Beth Jarrett, Jeff Murray as Joe Lazenby, Brian Stockdale as Stillman, Carol Curry as Jeannine Pratt, Julie Stout as Karen, Julie Summers as Doctor Berger, and Pat Leavell as Salan. Row 1: left to right — Jeff Murray, secretary; Angie Melvin, vice president; Michelle Williams, points keeper; Carol Curry, treasurer; Scott Roby, president; Mrs. Sharon Johnson, adviser; Row 2: Scott Gill, Julie Stout, Julie Summers. Samantha Bowyer. Brian Stockdale. Tom Finan, Lisa Williams, Linda Snyder; Row 3: Chris Jones. Pat Leavell. April Buster. Sole Jyvakorpi, Cheryl Dodd. Dena Vice. Leah Rich-wine. Marcy Rogers. Susan Jones. Christy Decker. 1: ‘‘Come on. you guys: let's get it right.” 2: Assistant Director Sole Jyvakorpi goes over the lines. 3: Brian Stockdale (Sheriff) tells it how it is. 4: What’s wrong. Jeffy? 5: Lizzy and the Rainman have an argument after which they kiss and make up. 6: In a scene from “The Rainmaker.” Pat Leavell. Chris Jones, and Scott Gill try to persuade the deputy to court Lizzy. 721. Scott Gill (Conrad) and Carol Curry (Jeannine) have a serious conversation. 2. Hey. Roby, are you selling insurance now? 3. Salan and Conrad have an argument. 4. Julie Stout and Angie Melvin on break. 5. Show us your acting ability. Jeff. 6. Dr. Berger spaces off. 7. Give me a little kiss, will ya' huh? 8. SURPRISE. Julie. 9. Scott Gill is sleeping on the job. 10. Pat Leavell and Myra Davis take a break. 11. Julie Summers (Dr. Berger) takes a coffee break. Designed By Carol Curry 73Ai'tisfx School 1. Mrs. McQuitty. Barry Wheeler, and Rod Dowling are having some pizza. 2. Mike Stover shows his talent in painting windows. 3. Christa Allen is working on the clay. 4. Ray Holliday is making Christmas decorations. Art Club had a very active and interesting year this year. The club went to see “Dancin’’ on stage and “The Nutcracker” at Clowes Hall during the holiday season. During the school year the club had pizza and worked individually on clay in the art room. In the spring they bought an original painting for the school once again; also, they assisted the art teachers with the annual Art Exhibit April 6 and 7 in the high school gym. The Art Club had several money-making projects during the year. They sold Panther suckers during homecoming and jewelry before Christmas; they also continued selling donuts weekly. Officers for the 1983-84 Art Club were Bob Mountcas-tle. president; Rod Dowling, vice-president; Joanne Green, secretary; Chris Courtney, treasurer; and Barry Wheeler, activities chairman. The 1983-84 Art Club, left to right, front row — Mrs. McQuitty, B. Wheeler. R. Dowling. C. Courtney. J. Green. B. Mountcastle. G. Hare. S. Stiner: second row — L. Fettig. D. Courtney. W. Payne. A. Bousman, J. Townsend. J. Howey. M. Wire. N. Dauenhauer: third row — V. Laster. L. Sorg. C. Mowed. J. Morgan. S. Jyvakorpi. C. Curry. C. Allen. T. Faulstich, B. Kennedy; fourth row — P. Robertson. T. Rodgers. S. Long. C. Pedro, T. McQuitty. R. Haskett. S. Hofer. S. Roby. D. Vice. A. Cleaver. D. Blanton.Sing a Song The Swing Choir, left to right, first row — T. McQuitty, K. Tucker. J. Stout. L. Richwine; second row — D. Elledge. L. Frias; third row — S. Peel. C. Peel. I. Nilsen. K. Collins. S. Burton. L. Hubble. S. Jones. K. Amick. S. White; fourth row — P. Leavell. J. Murray. Director Paula Simmons. S. Roby. C. Jones. C. Curry. Not pictured — A. Ball. T. Hoel. B. Stockdale. Swing Choir is a group of girls and boys selected by audition. This group is becoming our representative for community activities. They entertained at various banquets in the community, participated in various solo and ensemble groups, and performed in the Variety Show. This year the group chose to purchase matching outfits, burgundy jumpsuits for the girls and grey slacks and shirts for the boys. The group has learned to do choreography and is working on sign language too. Choral Company is made up of individuals who enjoy singing from the entire school. The group performed for the annual all-system Christmas concert and the Variety Show. Many of the members were active in ensembles for contests. The Choir Class performed throughout the year. Many of the soloists have also competed in contests during the year. Director for all three groups is Miss Paula Simmons. Above: The Choral Company, left to right, first row — B. Stockdale. S. Jack, S. Jones. R. Row. K. Amick. K. Collins. C. Peel. I. Nilsen; second row — C. Jones. S. Cornwell. J. Stout. J. Howey. D. Vice. C. Abshire. J Blackford. S. Fuller; third row — J. Murray. C. Curry. T. McQuitty. S. Jyvakorpi. L. Richwine. L. Hoover. B. Evans. D. Elledge; fourth row — S. Roby. L. Young. S. White. T. Hoel. P. Leavell. L. Hanshew. S. Boyer; fifth row — A. Ball. L. Frias. C. Gilbert. C. Parker. A. Buster, L. Hubble. S. Burton: back row — Director P. Simmons. Left: The Choir, left to right, first row — K. Campbell. J. Stout. S. Cornwell. C. Abshire; second row — S. Fowler. L. Frias. J. Blackford. B. Stockdale; third row — A. Shuppard. K. Collins. C. Curry. S. Boyer: fourth row — S. White. K. Amick, M. Gilbert. L. Richwine; fifth row — Director Paula Simmons. J Murray. S. Roby. T. Hole. Designed By Sole Jyvakorpi 75The work isn’t easy 1. The sparks fly in welding for Joe Foley. 2. Ron Lenon concentrates in drafting class. 3. Reva Smith operates the cash register in the candy barn. 4. “Paper anyone?" the printing class asks. 5. Life is hard as an auto mechanic. V 761. OEA AM officers, front row. I. to r.. Caroline Carmer. treasurer; Rod Dowling, president; Kim Tucker, secretary; Penny Whisler. historian; back row. Kathleen Cleaver, parliamentarian; Cindy Anderson, vice-president; Brad Knotts, reporter. 2. Brad Knotts is working on the books. 3. OEA PM officers, front row. I. to r.. Linda Little, parliamentarian; Lisa Marley, historian; Marianne Bogard. vice-president; back row. Sherry White, treasurer; Barry Wheeler, president; Kathleen Sumner, reporter; Laura Whetsel. secretary. 4. Cindy Anderson and Kathleen Cleaver hard at work? 5. Kim Tucker and Rod Dowling are sitting down on the job! The Office Education Association of the John H. Hinds Area Vocational School has worked very hard this school year. They started off the year by members attending the Fall Leadership Conference at Indianapolis. In October they had fun at their Haunted House. In November they gave a food basket to a needy family in Elwood and enjoyed helping their community. They remember singing at Dickey's Nursing Home for all the residents at Christmas. It made the residents feel so happy — and in turn, it made OEA feel good! The club purchased a blue spruce tree and planted it in front of the vocational school so they can always remember the class of '84. In February they traveled to Carmel High School for their District Contest. Winners were Kim Tucker, Brad Knotts, Sherry White, Leisa Marley, and Caroline Carmer. March 16, 17, 18 they went to the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Indianapolis for the State Contest. Winners there were Kim in job interview, 2nd place, and Brad. 4th place with his job manual. The club was so proud and happy when Kim competed at the national level with job interview. They ended the school year with their annual banquet and many memories. Designed By Beth Murphy 77The DECA members have done many exciting things this year. They took their bosses to Jim Dandy for breakfast, had an employer-employee banquet and they also gave food and gifts to a needy family for Christmas. DECA had their district competition in Lafayette. They brought home one second place, two third places, five fourth places, two fifth places, one sixth, and one seventh place. During the year Deca also held an Art Show. (Young Artists Recognized) to encourage students to produce good art. The club gave money for prizes at the exhibit. 78 Senior DECA officers left to right above: Tim Hoel, vice president; Andy Bousman. photographer; Sherry Copus. secretary; Bob Mountcastle. photographer; and Walter Payne, president. Junior DECA officers left to right: Sam Taylor. Lori Williams. Tracy Hazelbaker. Amy Jordan. Stacy Davis. Corina Glotzbach.This year, FHA had its annual fruit cake sale. They prepared many luncheons for various organizations and held a reception for the North Central Evaluation team. All in all, they had a good year. FHA members are. first row. Dala Paro Bryan, president; Beth Barnett, vice president; Linda Snyder, treasurer; Mrs. Schwear. sponsor; second row. Dorthy Tate. Cherryll Parker. Rhonda Smith. Leanne Reigal, Joanne Fra-zee; third row. Cindy Tunnell. Sherry Wisner. Cheryl Hartman. Melissa McCune. Kim Roller. Bobby Pano. Kim Powers. Designed By Carol Curry 79VICA The 1983-84 school year was another exciting year for VICA with challenges unsurpassed in recent years. Emphasis was placed on educational improvement to cope with new innovations in technology. Theme for this year was “America’s New Professionals.” VICA strived to demonstrate professionalism, particularly in bringing America back to being number one in the world in manufacturing production and leadership. The VICA organization continued to be a success at John Hinds Vocational School. It once again met its goal of having 100% membership in the organization. Eleven students participated in VICA state combined leadership development workshops at Trafalgar FFA Camp February 26. All eleven students earned the coveted statesman awards. April 14 over 52 students participated in VICA Regional Olympic Skills contest at Marion, Indiana. Elwood had winners in printing technology, machine trades, building trades, auto body, leadership, electronics, electricity, and the printing ceremony team. All regional winners participated in the state Olympic Skills contest May 5. mo-c£«T . YOCKTIOBAL t M 1. VICA Presidents: Top Right. I. to r., Shaun Stephens. Building Trades AM; Frank Gosnell. Machine Trades AM; Kenny Morris. Printing PM; Keith Loar. Electronics AM; Gary Furnish. Auto Body AM. 2. VICA Presidents; right. I. to r.. front. Kenny Morris. Printing PM; Brent Kane. Electronics AM; back. David Cleek, Welding PM; Jim Humerickhouse. Auto Body PM; Rich Ebert. Auto Mechanics PM.Design By Stacey Rickabaugh Maria Owens 81 nesn The first year VHO class provides training and direction for students interested in a health career. First semester program introduces the students to the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the world of health careers. On-site visitation introduces students to actual health areas. During the second semester, all juniors spend two mornings a week in actual work situations to utilize the skills they have learned to experience the reality of the field. The second year of VHO is a cooperative training program for high school seniors, intergrating on-the-job experience with related studies in the classroom. HOSA is an organization for VHO students. One of its activities this year was helping to sponsor the community blood draws, as shown below left. 1. Junior HOSA officers, left. Shelly Peel, reporter; Laurie Folley. reporter; Angie Shupperd. vice president; Ron Cox. president; Kelli Jeske. secretary; Michelle Boll, treasurer. 2. Senior HOSA officers, right, front. Joanne Green, president; Brenda Shelton, reporter; back. Scott Burden, secretary: Dorie Vierling. treasurer; Angie Everson, vice president.zoom! The Crescent staff this year was very inexperienced; they had only two people returning from last year. They learned very quickly to meet deadlines and all the other responsibilities of putting together their yearbook! 1. Stacey Rickabaugh. Shelley Ellis and Sole Jyva-korpi have some new experiences! . Christy Decker is choosing pictures!!! 3. Beth Murphy says. "What a blast!" Crescent staff pictured: left to right. Row 1 — Ann Thornberry. Krista Collins. Christy Decker. Sole Jyvakorpi. row 2 — Ted Roller. Jennifer Townsend, Mrs. Sullivan. Debbie Blanton. Carol Curry. Maria Owens. Shelley Ellis; Row 3 — Beth Murphy. Stacey Rickabaugh.Megaphone staff pictured left to right front. Martha Whisler, Billy Gibson. Shelley Ellis. Drew Courtney. Dean Barnes. Kim Stover: back. Theda Roller. DeeAnn Bannon. Missy Rittenhouse. Mike Piirto. Todd Bragg. Kim Werlme. Mrs. Sullivan. Tammy McClish. Reva Smith. The Megaphone staff worked very hard to put out its seven issues of the paper. They were full of sports, editorials, news and things they thought everyone would like to know. The staff worked many long hours and did a very good job! 1. Shelley Ellis says. "No!!!" 2 Tammy McClish and Kim Stover comment. " Look. I'll show you." 3. Dean Barnes is working very hard on his sports layouts Designed By Christy Decker 831. Another day in the life of serious EHS students. 2. Pat Leavell taking a break. 3. Roger Holmes shows his modeling talent. 4. Christy Decker and Carol Curry "taking it easy" during class. 5. I'm proud. I’m a senior! ON THE SCENE AT EM5Designed By Jennifer Townsend 85Panthers Turn Losses Into Victories This year's "Lean Mean Fightin’ Machine" got off to a poor start, but finished their season even. The co-captains for this year's team were Rodger Runyan. Tim Collins, and Nick Long. In the opening game, we were hosted by Madison Heights. We fell to them 25-0. but we didn't give up our fight. In the second game of the season, the Blackford Bruins ran past the Panthers, beating us 22-14 on our home turf. Penalties hurt us in this game, and the heat was also playing against us. A week later, on Western territory, we were again defeated 18-14. The biggest errors we made here were fumbles. The ball slipped out of hands one time too many. But don't give up. guys, just keep tryin! Then we hosted arch-rival Peru. They slipped by us 18-17, but our guys were bound and determined to break their losing streak. On Saturday. September 17. the Mighty Panthers met their biggest rival, the Alexandria Tigers. The game was played on Tiger territory, but that didn't stop our guys from blowing the Tigers away. 35-14 See. guys, we knew that you could do it! At our next game, we hosted Tipton. We beat the Blue Devils 34-14. This was our second big win. and by now our guys had got some of their confidence back. We never lost faith! On the first Saturday in October. ECHS had its annual homecoming game. There were floats, a parade, queens, and the annual football game. We met the Frankton Eagles at 2:30 p.m. on our home field. It was a warm, muggy day. and our guys gave it everything that they had. We sent the Eagles Flying with a 54-6 victory. WAV TO GO!! In our next game, we were hosted by Madison-Grant. They made too many mistakes, and we used them to our advantage. We stomped the Argylles 43-26. The next game we were hosted by the Northwestern Tigers. This was one of the most defensive games of the season. But our guys came through again beating Northwestern 49-20. ALL RIGHT!! On a damp, windy Wednesday night, the Mighty Panthers played their last game of the season. We played host to the Mississinewa Indians. We made lots of errors, and the Indians cashed in on them, winning 21-6. Well, there you have it! We finished the season 5-5 overall and 3-3 in the CIC. We wanna' thank you guys for a good season! Good luck next year. We love ya! 1. And here comes 73 through the Panther Banner. GO!!! 2. Here’s 42 Frank Gosnell on the tackle. 3. These guys must be crazy!! They are Dennis Basham. Nick Long. Kevin Leisure. Shaun Stephens. Art Harris. Randy Bannister. Roger Holmes. Cliff Hoskins. Steve Helpling, and Brian Haskett. 4. Remember. Nick, you have to take him down!!!! Madison Heights Blackford Western Peru Alexandria Tipton Frankton Madison Grant Northwestern Mississinewa THEM 25 0 22 14 18 14 18 17 14 35 14 34 6 54 26 43 20 49 21 6 88vv oo« 1. This year's team is first row: L. Hubble. K. Werline. M. Perez. K. Tucker. S. Peel. T. McQuitty, C. Pedro. R. Hobson; second row: B. Stockdale. T Plake. D. Barnes. R. Mullen. D. McCord. M. Mays. B. Boston. J. Beecher. M. Connor. S. Helpling. B. Yates; third row: J. Haulk, F. Gosnell. C. Hoskins. A. Heady. A. Harvell. B. Howey. T. Bragg. A. Gosnell. S. Higgins. M. Morgan; fourth row: R. Holliday. F. Arehart. J. Kleyla. L Gibson. P. Holliday. B. Haskett. S. Hughes. T. Hoel. S. Lawson. D. Vice. C. Phillips; fifth row: M. Stover. M. Back, J. Lyons. K. Leisure. T. Klein. M. Piirto. M. Perez. A Harris. S. Stephens. R. Bannister. R. Holmes; sixth row; Coach P. Huffman. Coach S. Patz. Coach R. Vickery. N. Long. T. Collins. R. Runyan. Coach R. Runyan. Coach M Hughes. Coach A. Knapp: seventh row: Coach S. Demuth. 2. Come on. guys!! Surely BOTH of you together can knock him down!!! 3. These are our senior Panthers. We love ya. guys!! kneeling:! Collins. B. Haskett. A. Gosnell. F. Gosnell. N. Long. T. Hoel standing: A. Harris. S. Stephens. R. Runyan, R. Holmes. M. Perez. K. Leisure. 4. Come on. Tim. Get him!!! 5. The Mighty Panther Line! 6. Here we have Marty Mays helping fellow player Randy Bannister wrap his hand. 7. The team has some mighty fine coaches, they are: R. Vickery. R. Runyan, M. Hughes. S. Demuth. A Knapp. P Huffman. S. Patz. Taqtfgers Designed By Shelley Ellis 89Ml Football The 1983 Junior Varsity football team had many great moments. The defense only yielded 47 points in 8 games. The defensive squad posted five shut-outs. The major contributing factor was the defensive pursuit (bending but not breaking). The offense also enjoyed a fine season. The offensive line performed well opening holes for running backs Jim Beecher and Rich Mullens. The offensive line also blocked efficiently enough for Matt Connor to complete many aerials to receivers Steve Helpling. Mike Stover, and Todd Kle;n. ‘•Overall the sophomores dominated and performed very well. If they pursue their goals set for this year, they will be a dominant team in the future,commented Coach Knapp. Enjoyed 901 Number 51 catches his breath after a play. 2. Number 25 is welcomed to the bench by his teammates 3. Make way; here I come! 4. Number 56 coming off the field after a successful play. 5. The JV cheerleaders cheering on our team to victory! Fine Season Designed By Ann Thornberry 91t?aaaa m tiilii sms? The ECHS freshman football team ended the 1983 season with a 5-2 record, beating Alexandria. Madison Grant. Peru. Taylor and Missis-sinewa. The Frosh lost to Tipton and Sheridan. Fred Short took the title of 'The Most Valuable Defense Player.” and Tom Creamer was honored with the title of “Most Valuable Offense Player.” Tom Holliday was the team’s Most Valuable Player over all. Row 1: left to right. S. Beeman. F. Short. M. Delong. S. Stiner. K. Fernung. M Haskett. K. Douglas. R. Hughes; Row 2: C. Hoover. J. Davis. T. Hayward. D. McMullen. P. Rice. B. Phenis. W. Willhoite, B. Frazier. S. Boyer; Row 3: Coach Patz. K. Arnold. J. Updegraff. C. Jones. T. Holliday. T May. J. Stone. T. Creamer. Coach Huffman.1. Fred Short. 25. prepares to kill Muncie South. 2. Looks like good odds. 6 to 1. 3. Hey. Chuck, the ball went the other way! 4 Freshmen line up for battle Designed By Carol Curry 93This year’s varsity volleyball team consisted of one senior, six juniors, and one sophomore. Three of the players saw both varsity and junior varsity playing time. The final record of the team was 3-19. This year’s J.V. squad finished its season 8-13. The team was composed of one junior, two sophomores, and six freshmen. 'We have several promising players coming up that will be able to help with our success in the future,” commented Coach Personette. This year two varsity players were honored, Reva Smith was selected to the CIC team, and Tammy McClish was selected to the Madison County Volleyball Team. 1 Tammy Burdsall tries her hand at serving. 2. JUMP. Teresa Duncan! 3 Congratulations. Tammy and Reva. for being named to the honorary teams. 4 Angie Hobbs appears to be blocking the ball as a teammate watches. Row one. left to right: Brenda Tracy, manager; Tammy McClish. Reva Smith. Angie Melvin. Amy Jordan, manager. Row two. Coach Sue Scott. Christy Pedro. Shelly Whitmger. Teresa Duncan. Angie Hobbs. Julie Wiand. Bjorg Evjenth and Coach Linda Personette. 94 By: Debbie BlantonRow one. left to right: Janie Morgan. manager: Joanie Smith. Alycia Wright. Susan Jones. Beth Murphy, manager; Row two. Coach Sue Scott. Angie McGuire. Kristin McQuitty. Elynne Gilbert. Heidi Cook. Tammy Burdsall. and Coach Linda Personette 1. Joanie Smith bumps the ball. 2. Angie McGuire is serving in the dark. 3. This is one of the many signs the art students make. 4 The J.V. team members have a quick chat in betw- n games. Designed By: Debbie Blanton 95It’s Love, Love, Love This year's Panther tennis team was very young and inexperienced with only two seniors on the team. Although the team improved a lot during the season, their overall record was 0-11. Coach Max Hoppel stated. "This year we started laying a cornerstone for a good foundation in our tennis program. The progress that we made this year can be attributed to strong senior leadership, good attitudes. and a willingness to work hard." 1 Lisa Stover and Lisa Barr prove that girls can make the tennis team too 2 Robbie Boyland just returned the serve. 3. Where did the ball go. Lisa? 4 Go for it. Shawn! 5. Seniors Kelly Walker and Pat Leavell added experience to this year's squad Elwood tennis team: left to right, back row. Amy Dauenhauer. Richie Haskett. Jeremy Jones. Wayne Pickell. Brian Hunt. Kelly Walker. Lisa Stover. Mark Leavell. Coach Max Hoppel; front row. Krista Allen. Lisa Barr. Tash McDaniel. Robbie Boyland. Pat Leavell. Greg Zink, Shawn VanNess Designed By Sole Jyvakorpi %1 On the Road Again C- The Elwood cross country team: left to right, front row. Terry Morris. Troy Hodson. J.D. Dockery. Robert McMullen. Mike Gross: second row. Coach Larry Hobbs. Keith McCool. Scott Leisure. David Mitchell. Matt John. Mike Linder. George Ponder. 1 Just a few more yards. Keith. 2. Troy Hodson and Keith McCool on the run. 3. Mike Linder warms up those muscles. 4. Is Terry Morris breaking the records? The Elwood cross country team improved from last year, finishing with 2 wins and 10 losses. Coach Larry Hobbs stated, "The team worked very hard, and with a good summer of running, the returning team members will continue to build a fine cross country program at Elwood.” The most outstanding runners were Troy Hodson, who placed 4th in CIC and 7th in Blackford Sectional; and Keith McCool, who placed 7th in CIC and 18th in Blackford Sectional. "Both worked very hard and continued to improve during the entire season,” concluded Coach Hobbs.m' d i i Basketball The '83- 84 basketball team, led by their new coach, Mr. Larry Hobbs, tied for third place with Madison-Grant and Wabash in the C.I.C. this year. Jamie Whetstone led the team in rebounds with an 8.8 average, Ft% 74%, and assists a 4.1% ppg. Jamie was named to CIC first team, Marion all-sectional team, and Marion area player of the year. He was also named by the Anderson Herald and Bulletin newspapers All-Madison County teams. Elwood newspapers named him to the Elwood and Tipton all-area team. He received honorable mention on the Associated Press teams. Rodger Runyan led the team in FG% at 61%. Frank Gos-nell was Mr. Hustle, and Roy Holliday was named most improved. Coach Hobbs said, “All the players were valuable players. Just because one does not score a lot does not make him less valuable than someone else.” Some of the best games were against Kokomo Haworth, Madison Heights, and Peru. The wins over Haworth and Madison Heights were the first over them in about ten years. Some can’t even remember when an Elwood team beat Peru at Peru, Hobbs concluded. “Come on. Jamie, do something:’’ First row R Hobson. S Peel. K Tucker. M Perez. K Werline. T McQuitty. C. Pedro. L Hubble; second row P Reynolds. K. Stmer. B. Stockdale. C. Jones. B Yates. N Long; third row: Asst. Coach J. Williams. Asst. Coach P Huffman. R. Holliday. S.Hughes. F Gosnell. Asst. Coach M Bomholt. Head Coach L. Hobbs; back row M Stover. R Runyan. J. Whetstone. R Holmes. S. Stephens. R. Roberson. 98Madison-Grant . ■ Kokomo Haworth Pendleton Heights Lapel Noblesville Frankton im THEM 80 67 88 (OT) 80 84 82 57 46 70 64 72 (OT) 65 77 65 I 66 58 46 53 96 67 1) ,‘No. Roger, you don’t do it that way!” 2) Keep your eyes on the ball, guys. 3) Rodger Runyan waits for the ball. 4) Jamie goes up for a shot. Designed By Ted Roller 99Sectional ‘84 Sectional week 1984 was not the sort of week we had hoped it would be. Instead of the normal pep-sessions and dress-up days, the students and faculty of EHS stayed home and watched the snow fall, and fall, and continue to fall. Monday. February 27, the snow began to fall and it continued for the next three days on and off. By Friday we were able to put on the parkas and hiking boots and trudge out into the snow. Our Sectional pep session was postponed until Monday, March 5. We were supposed to have a very good chance of beating Madison Grant, and Elwood would be in the finals. Then we would have a pep session. But unfortunately we lost, and no pep session was held. As you can see by the pictures on these two pages, we did have lots of snow, a new sectional week dressup for Elwood. 100101PAINmBUT no glory 1. Trent Hicks is looking for help. 2. Coach Huffman calls a time out. 3. Panthers take the ball out of bounds. Junior Varsity basketball players and cheerleaders: I. to r.. row 1. Shelly Fuller. Michelle Boll. Kim Stover. Christy Decker: row 2. Scott Hughes. Matt Conner, Steve Helpling. Cliff Hoskins. Brian Howey; row 3. Coach Phil Huffman. Mike Linder. Larry Gibson. Rich Roberson. Paul Reynolds. Mike Stover. Assistant Coach Joe Williams.The JV basketball team ended its season at 1-19. Larry Gibson was the leading scorer and Mike Stover was the leading rebounder. The closest game of their season was against Pendleton Heights. They lost by one point in overtime. Mr. Huffman commented on how the team improved. He said that certain individuals improved, but certain individuals didn't, which hurt the team. At the beginning of the year we were competitive, but we lost ground when a few players got sick, and others for many reasons lost interest in becoming better players. He stated that to point out one individual who improved most would be difficult. He believes that Mike Stover and Larry Gibson made some good progress. Some freshmen who came up to the JV team in the latter part of the season showed signs of improvement also. Mr. Huffman sincerely hopes that this year's sophomores play a lot of basketball this summer. They need to work on the basics, he stated. The future of next year's JV team will depend on how much certain individuals improve over the summer. A lot of work needs to be done to improve skills and strength. US THEM 36 Madison Grant 44 39 Kokomo Hayworth 48 50 Pendleton Heights 51 34 Lapel 46 31 Noblesville 44 31 Frankton 43 36 Madison Heights 69 22 Mt. Vernon 47 37 Hamilton Heights 69 27 Westfield 47 40 Mississinewa 54 24 Alexandria 50 30 Blackford 44 43 Taylor 39 43 Tipton 49 36 Tri-Central 72 33 Marion Bennett 42 32 Wabash 45 52 Peru 63 25 Highland 74 Run. Ralph. Run!!!!!!!!!! Hard Work Pays Off 1 Whatcha’ staring at. boys? 2 Chuck goes for two! Freshman basketball players and cheerleaders: I. to r.. row 1. Char Short. Gina Hofer. Teresa Mays. Angie Morrow; row 2. Jay Stone. Chuck Hoover. Trent Hicks. Shawn VanNess. Mike DeLong. Brian Frazier. Kelly Croy: row 3. Jeff Rich. Kurt Arnold. Matt John. Mike Edwards. Tom Holliday. Tracy May. Coach Joe Williams. 104Design By: Stacey Rickabaugh ■ Kokomo Uipton Tipton Mississinewa ca Wes Del Pendleton Heights Madison Grant Madison Heights Alexandria Wabash Marion Bennfett 33 54 1. The boys get a pep talk. 2. Hands up. guys! 3. Coach Williams calls a time out. 4. The boys go for a rebound. 5. Two points for Elwood. The Frosh seemed to have a good season this year, finishing with a record of 7 wins and 7 losses. In four of the games the total points lost for the games was only 6 points, meaning these were near losses. Matt John. Chuck Hoover. Trent Hicks, and Tom Holliday helped out the team quite a bit. But. of course, they could not have done it without the rest of the team members. Coach Williams said that the team played well together this year. He also commented that he expects big things from this group in the near future. 105Girls' Basketball This year’s varsity team ended the season with a 1-14 record while the JV’s record was 4-11. Kelly Peters led the team in assists and leading in scoring and rebounding was Christy Pedro. Coach Johnson said, “This year the girls really worked hard and we improved on a lot of things (strength, shooting, court awareness, and confidence.) We still have a long way to go, but the girls are lifting weights off season and several are going to basketball camps over the summer. This and the fact the girls would get up every morning at 5 a.m. to practice shows their willingness to work. With this attitude we are going to see alot of good things coming for the future." Miss Johnson also commented about selecting fewer players next year to have more time for individual skills. Christy Pedro made the all-country girls’ team and received honorable mention to the CIC team. Christy led her team in scoring with an average of 13.31 per game and a total of 213 points for the season. She also led in rebounding with 57 offensive rebounds and 81 defensive rebounds per game: she averaged 9 rebounds a game. Good job. Christy!! Row 1: Cheryl Dodd. Reva Smith. Joanie Smith. Kelly Peters. Cindy Tunnell. Tammy McClish, Brenda Tracy. Valerie Laster; Row 2: Coach Johnson. Shelly Whitinger. Jill Champion. Kristi Fettig, Lisa Stover. Christy Pedro. Julie Wiand. Angie Hobbs. Tammy Burdsall. Coach Scott. 106JV — left to right, row one: Krista Allen. Alycia Wright. Bjorg Evjenth; row two: Coach Johnson. Angie McGuire. Tash McDaniel. Linda Simpson. Cheryl Gibbons. Carmen Headley. Coach Scott. 1 Where's the ball? 2 The lady Panthers fighting for the ball. 3. Shelly Whi-tinger pulling down the rebound 4. Krista Allen up for two. E WOMEN E WOMEN Row 1. Miss Personette. Shelly Whitinger. Kelly Peters. Christy Pedro Reva Smith. Miss Johnson; row 2: Lisa Stover. Kim Stover, Christy Decker, Tammy McClish. Shelly Burton. Renee Hobson. Kim Tucker. Myra Davis; row 3: Teresa Duncan. Cheryl Dodd. Valerie Laster. Tracy McQuitty, Mary Wire. Amy Jordan. Brenda Tracy. Tammy Burdsall; row 4: Kristi Fettig. Julie Wiand. Angie Hobbs. Angie Melvin. Melissa McCune. Cindy Tunned. Bjorg Evjenth, Alycia Wright. Designed By Ann Thornberry 107The Panther wrestlers ended the season with a 5-9 record. “It could have very easily been 9-5; we had four meets where it boiled down to one match,” stated Coach Hughes. The outstanding wrestlers for the year were at 167, Tim Collins, 22-4; he was voted most valuable by his teammates. He placed second in the CIC, first at sectional, second at regionals. and qualified for semi-state. At 177, Tim Hoel, 19-6, placed second in the CIC, first at sectional and fourth in regionals. Tim has 11 pins, the most pins on the team. Wrestling at 112, Rex Stewart. 12-9-1, placed third in the CIC and second at sectional. The Panther wrestlers placed third at sectional. The team had three champs, 167 — Tim Collins, 177 — Tim Hoel, heavyweight Mark Back, and three seconds, 105 — Drew Finan, 112 — Rex Stewart, and 132 — Terry Morris. “The whole team improved,” commented Coach Hughes. The two wrestlers voted by the team as most improved were Mark Back, 10-9. and Rex Stewart, 12-9-1. The Panther wrestling team will lose only three seniors, but their spots will be hard to fill. We have a good bunch of young wrestlers returning next year. Three freshmen, four sophomores, and three juniors lettered. Also some of the Junior Varsity wrestlers will move into varsity positions and help us next year. First row. left to right. Melissa McCune. J.C. Wright. Keith Fer-nung. Steve Stiner. Terry Morris. Rex Stewart. Drew Finan, Mike Haskett. Fred Short. John Robbins. Richie Haskett; second row. Troy Hodson, David Hancock. Brett Jones. Keith Lay. Robert McMullen. David Warner. J.P. Wright. Chris Courtney. Marty Mays; third row. Coach Vickery. Mark Back. Curt Rider. Tim Collins. Tim Hoel. David McMullen. Doug Fernung. Coach Hughes. 108The Elwood Golf team 1983. left to right, front row — Brent Boston, Jim Beecher. Shawn VanNess. Chris Bryan. Angie Melvin: second row — Trent Hicks. Brian Riley. Brian Frazier. Steve Helpling, Kelly Walker. Matt John. Coach Huffman; not pictured — Pat Burke. 1 Where did the ball go. Pat ? 2. Look out! Brian Riley is getting ready to hit the ball. 3. That was a good drive. Steve. 4. Still a few holes to go. Trent. The Elwood golf team improved about every meet and finished the season with the record of 2-7. The team was still quite inexperienced and should be much stronger in the next couple of years. The most experienced players were senior Kelly Walker and junior Brian Riley, who had a hole average down to 40.5. Coach Howard Huffman stated. “The only disheartening thing is the losing, but we are getting better and with this group that is most important." noGetting into the swing of things This year’s gymnastics' team was quite inexperienced with only two seniors on the team. The team showed a great deal of improvement this year though. Coach Mrs. Yates stated. “Next year should be better because a number of the girls will be more experienced.” The team participated in six meets with the record of 1-5 and in the gymnastics sectional at WesDel High School. 1 Come on. Shelly, you can do it! 2. Good job. Angie. 3. That's beautiful. Sabrina. 4. Christy Decker, getting ready to do a handstand. The Elwood Gymnastics team 1983-84. left to right, front row — manager Amy Hillard, manager Mary Wire. Tricia Grimes. Kim Stover. Sole Jyvakorpi. Tracy McQuitty. Coach Mrs. Yates, manager Dana Fox; back row April Buster. Lone Jensen. Ange Melvin. Christy Decker. Kim Tucker. Shelly Burton. Annie Cleaver. Sabrina Jackson; not pictured — Myra Davis, manager Amy Jordan. Designed by Sole Jyvakorpi 111"The agony of 'defect'... Girls Track — first row. K. Rider. J Morgan. A. Morrow. S. Miller. A. Jordan: second row. T. McQuitty. K. Peters. T. Burdsall. K. Stover. V. Laster. T. Belisle. M. Wire; third row. Coach M. Runyan. M. Brewer. L. Simpson. S. Gibbons. D. Young, B. Evjenth, T. Mays. C. Pedro. Coach J. Johnson. “We had a very young team and had to do some reburtding,” said Coach Julie Johnson when asked about the ’84 group. Though the team didn’t win all meets, they did make progress. Valarie Laster broke the school shot put record. Christy Pedro, after placing second in sectional, fifth in regional, and seventeenth in state, broke the 400 record at state in 59.72. Seniors who will be missed are Jane Morgan, foreign exchange student Bjorg Evjenth, and manager Tracy McQuitty. 112“There was a lot of improvement made by everyone throughout the sea-son," stated Coach Demuth in describing the 1984 track team. Those who qualified for sectional were Dennis Basham, long jump; George Ponder and Roger Holmes in high jump; Randy Bannister and Shaun Stephens in the shot put; Mike Perez in discus; Pat Holliday in 200; Troy Hodson in 3200; and the 400 relay team of Pat Holliday, Tim Collins, Dennis Basham, and Frank Gosnell. The track team will miss the six seniors, Tim Collins, Mike Perez, Dennis Basham, Troy Hodson, Roger Holmes. Shaun Stephens. Boys’ Track — first row. J.D. Dockery. T. Faucett. S. Daleure. M Haskett. T. Morris. T. Hodson. B. Yates. M McCune; second row; P. Holliday. B. Howey. C. Hoover. G. Ponder, M. Morgan, D. Mitchell. K. McCool. P Rice. K. Lehman. L. Williams; third row; Coach D. Stewart. M. Linder. D. Basham. T. Collins. R Holmes. M. Piirto. M. Perez, Coach S.Demuth. Designed by: Krista Collins 113PIHTIEI IDSEIILL The 1984 Panther baseball team had a good season with the strong point being its pitching. Bruce Everson, Larry Gibson, Shaun Stephens, and Todd Bragg showed their skill on the mound. In the hitting department Rodger Runyan, Bruce Everson, Shaun Stephens, Scott Higgins, Larry Gibson, and Mark Back were strong with the bat. Bruce Everson won the baseball award on awards night. “Having a good attitude is important with any sport you play,” stated Coach Bomholt. Randy Blackford, Ray Holliday, Larry Gibson, and John Kleyla showed their good attitudes throughout the season, according to Coach Bomholt. Row 1: Brian Haskett. John Kleyla. Scott Higgins. Todd Bragg. Larry Gibson, Ray Holliday; row 2: Randy Blackford. Frank Gosnell, Bob Paro, Doug Romine, Charles Stage. Scott Hughes. Brett Jones; row 3: Coach Joe Williams, Kevin Leisure, Rodger Runyan. Bruce Everson. Shaun Stephens. Coach Mike Bomholt.1. You're out! 2. Bruce Everson pitched an excellent game. 3. Throw a strike. Todd. 4. Scott Hughes is warming up. 5. Shaun Stephens gets set to hit the ball. v Row 1: Tom Creamer. Brian Phenis. John Kleyla, Scott Hughes; row 2: Robby Boyland, Cliff Hoskins. Shane Wolff. Andy Harvill. Chuck Hoover; row 3: Scott Higgins. Tom Holliday. Mark Back. Coach Williams. Designed By Ann Thornberry 115THEY SPARK PANTHER SPIRIT Cheerleaders for the 1983-84 season worked very hard to encourage good school spirit. All through football and basketball season they perfected their routines and did a good job directing the yells at the sports events. They even did some extra cheering at the girls’ basketball games. This year’s cheerleaders agree it was a fun and exciting experience. In preparation for this season the cheerleaders attended UCA camp at Ball State last summer. Above: first row — Brian Haskett. Mark Back. Chris Courtney. Tom Hoel. Marty Mays. Spero Daleure. Alan Gosnell; second row: Christy Pedro. Renee Hobson, Kim Tucker, Tracy McQuitty, Shelly Peel. Marianne Perez. Kim Werline. Below: Christy Decker. Kim Stover. Shelly Fuller — JV cheerleaders. 1. Lisa Hubble, better known as Polly Panther, poses for the camera. 2. Practicing hard! 3. Mrs. Paquin and Mrs. Trowbridge tried their hand at sponsoring the cheerleaders this year. 4. Alan and Tim try some new tricks. Designed By Christy Decker 117ELKOOD b HB The year was very successful for the Elwood Panther Band. During the marching season the band took part in several parades and marching contests. In the Bush Stadium Marching Band Festival the band received the first place! In the district and regional marching contests they did a good job, receiving a division I rating. The band also played at all the home football and basketball games. The band performed in the all-system Christmas Concert and the Variety Show. Several band members participated in the Solo and Ensemble Contest at Ball State University, and three of them represented the band in the state contest. In the concert contest April 14. the band received a division II rating. This year the band purchased new uniforms and thus had all kind of money-making projects. The band improved a lot during this year and is now ready for the 1984-85 season. The Guard, left to right, front row — P. Fuller. M. Crist. L. Ball, J. Simmons; second row — K. Peepers. L. Barnett. A. Shuppard. L. Young. C. Gilbert. M. Williams. L. Simpson. S. Davis. S. Cox. S. Fuller. L. Stage. 118THE ELWOOD PANTHER BAND 1983-84. In the front — Drum majors Anne Burke and Cindy Peel; first row — S. Jyvakorpi. J. Dockery. R. Row. M. McDermit. P. Leavell. H. Grimes. B. Knotts. J. McIntyre. E. Nickels; second row — A. Collins. L. Hoover. D. Slater. P. Goins. C. Jones. K. Fernung. K. Svendsen. G. Gwenn. T. Luyett, J. Murray. S. Jones. L. Hanshew. W. Carter; third row — L. Bennett. S. Jack. A. Ball. M. Ogden. M. Hansen. R. Lennon. T. Grimes. V. Hiatt. P. Rittenhouse. M. Morgan. G. Buster. C. Courtney. M. Cole. S. Daleure. M. Gillum. A. Hillard. K. Stiner. A. Buster, in the back Director Paula Simmons.CANT Senior Choir members get ready to perform their last Variety Show. 2. In the song "Step to the Rear". Choral Company forms a boat. 3. Cindy Peel. Kim Tucker. Lisa Hubble. Krista Collins, and Tracy McQuitty dance to "Footloose" in black light. 4. Jeff Murray and Carol Curry sing "You and I." 5. Julie Stout. Leah Richwine, and Brian Stockdale practice a dance. 6. Lisa Hubble practices "I Sing the Body Electric”. 7. Roger Holmes performs "New Sun" during Variety Show. STOP THE MUSIC “Can’t Stop The Music” was the theme for our 1984 Variety Show. Miss Paula Simmons, music director, directed the show, May 3 and 5. M.C.’s were Mitzi Gillum, Scott Roby, Pat Leaved, and Tim Hoel. This year’s Variety Show consisted of Band, Choir, Swing Choir, Choral Company, Corp, and some skits. Closing the show for the grand finale was a tribute to the Olympics.SPRINGTIM H FANTASY KING — Rodger Runyan and QUEEN — Jane Morgan are pictured with their court. Tim Collins. Cindy Peel. Tim Hoel. Krista Collins. Nick Long. Jennifer Townsend. Brian Haskett. Joanne Green. “Springtime Fantasy” was the theme of prom held May 12, 1984. The Prom was voted a big success as the cafetor-ium was turned into a colorful fantasy land. Rodger Runyan and Jane Morgan reigned as king and queen of the annual event. The sponsers that helped prepare this year’s prom were Mrs. Yates and Mrs. Blair.1. Kenny Morris and Keith McCool worked up an appetite dancing. 2. Chris Courtney, being a gentlemen, is getting his date a drink. 3. The guys watch the gals do the garter ceremony. 4. Ann Thornberry and Bruce Everson are dancing the night away. 5. The prom crowd gets in the swing of things. 6. King Rodger and Queen Jane do their royal dance. 7. Decorations by the Junior Class adorn the entryway. Designed By Christy Decken 123Graduation was held Sunday, May 20, 1984, in the Elwood gymnasium. One hundred forty-two students graduated from ECHS, one hundred thirty-six Elwood students, five foreign exchange students, and one adult. Introductions were given by Pat Leavell and Drew Courtney. Presenting the students’ past was Julie Summers. Julie Howey relived the jr. high and high school years while Mike Perez predicted the future. A choir consisting of many seniors sang during Commencement with Julie Stout giving a solo performance. Presentation of class and citation of honors were done by Principal Gordon Paquin. There were seventeen seniors, including three foreign exchange students, who held a 3.500 plus grade index. Superintendent Richard Merritt presented the diplomas to the graduating seniors. v 1. Here they come walking their last mile! 2. Tracy Mitchell accepts her diploma. 3. Three senior art students prepared the large mortar board used above the stage. 4. Mr Merritt presents a diploma to Kelly Walker 1241. The junior marshalls wait anxiously to lead in the class. 2. Mr. Pa-quin gives some final comments about the class of '84. 3. There they go; it's all over! 4. Here comes Tony Crull. 5. From seniors to graduates; it's an exciting moment! 125LIJLIIJLIJLIIJLIJLIIJLIJ 715 South 22nd St. Elwood 552-7250 We Carry a Complete Line of Home and Car Stereos . . . including Pioneer, Sansui, Panasonic, Hitachi, and Sony. Loy’s Also Offers Expert Installation. A Large Selection of Tender, Martin, Tanca-mine. etc. Guitars and Amplifiers. The Latest L.P.'s and Tapes Are Also Available. Also in stock. Wurlitzer and Kimball Pianos and Organs. We Also Offer Private or Group Piano or Organ Lessons. Remember Loy's Knows You After the Sale.k Dairi| Queen GOOD LUCK CLASS OF xa (Atxymj 09 I bu . X was but MV £'tr -font (J . r ji.it my nAmt tv C try P ) "l AA fbc-bt Who k»c r”C kilwmtW l I U M«c Who d n‘r CM fit -to . .,» • 99 X flARR1 . jAJJUJb- Uyu WLfjA i£W«. ..y ■ir.j)' ,'Wu ’ -9 4° c (jL. "Pm. Sl V X, - W- • 35 v5" , °frKv ■ y,y S?" Y' a .Vtws u»cV o rea.A. -y pur qt-U.S. ' -r JI rr cJwJb Qyonsi U.XLO l xad TiaoonEvelyn Dame Caroline Carmer Mike Perez Good Luck, Seniors! Meat Department Hot Line For Special Orders — Custom Cutting — 552-9689 Delicatessen Open 24 Hr$.-7 Pays A Week r Qr Dr Or O' t§- Or 0" i • Delicatessen Hot Line The Cardinal Rule of Savings!Best Wishes, Class of 84I ' MTU ( I I I SPONSORS Mr. Joe Wood DeLong Electric Co. Callaway Standard Dickey’s Nursing Home Mangas Cafeteria Dennis L. Church, D.D.S. Latin Club Jim’s Drive-in Harvest Supermarket, Inc. Bourff’s Furniture Ed Alley, Attorney Falvey’s Inland Marine The Wedge Quality Used Furniture Panther Band Boosters Marion C. Drake, M.D. Elwood Monument Progressive Card and Gift Shop Elwood Fire Equipment Co. Moser and Moser Optometrists Joseph F. Barnett, D.D.S. Old Time Woodworkssenior class First row. left to right: M Dwiggins, M. Rogers. S. Call. T. Dellinger. C. Nickles. E. Dame; back row. left to right: T. Hoel. W. Payne. B. Mountcastle. A. Bousman. B. Doan. A. Tracy. inniw class L :'f Pictured above: D. McCord. C. Copus. R. Wideman. L. Williams. C. Collis. A. Jordan. B. Tracy. D. Haynes. C. Glotzbach. D. Jones. R. Smith. T. Hazelbaker.Our Best To The Class Of ’84 134J' Dees Your Family Hair Care Center Member NHCA Owned By Joyce Elledge 900 North 10th Elwood, IN Tues-Sat £ w ROSS NISHIKI BICYCLES South F And 28th St. Elwood, IN 46036 552-7444I TOAf BFNBOW SIFVf PAUL BIID'S SJUDIO KANSAS CITY MISSOURI 136Union £tate Rank Compliments of B urn ette-Dellinger Inc. St. Rd 28 W El wood S S T-VIDEO VHS — Camera — Movie Rentals Sales Insurance 1423 South Anderson St. Elwood, In. 552-7323 Congratulations Class Of ’84 Compliments Of MARILYN’S BEAUTY SHOP 1138 N. 19th 552-3456 LOVE’S FLOWER SHOP 2012 £ Main St. 1900 S. And. St. Elwood IN 552-7928 Shawn McCorkle — Shane McCorkle Owners Thank You Congratulations Class Of ’84 Remember Us At Prom — For All OccasionsEAST SIDE MARATHON Heiser Ford BE WISER SEE HEISER EIWOOD, INDIANA 1504 North B St. 552-3317 A SURE SIGN OF A GOOD BUY Congratulations Class Of ’84 the LEADER in Northern Madison County 552-9024 State Road 28 23V4 Hr. Wrecker Service Congratulations Class Of '84 Waymire T.V. Quasar — Zenith Sales Service 310 South Anderson Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Phone 552-3721 EAST STAR INN Restaurant Lounge Elwood, IN 46036 317-552-6200FUST NATIONAL BINE member F.D.I.C. FINANCING HUNT BBBAT PBODOCTIONS— LET THEM FINANCE 70EES AT: state road 28 eastCOMPLIMENTS OF CHESTY FOODS Division of THE SNACKTIME COMPANY chestyJsJJJJ POTATO CHIPS SNACKS MANUFACTURED IN TERRE HAUTE, IN.WBMP FM 102 ELWOOD •® 11 1021 eel ©KWS ©1 J3 MUSIC (F THE H “THE ONLY RADIO STATION YOU’LL EVER NEED1." Copher Fesler AfOSE t Jewe ers. me. 7 Sou A A utters ou Si root Sfwootl. metturnm 46036 3 7 552-3 82 Best of Luck ! Wickes Lumber 552-7355 State Road 37 South ELWOODc aH ((j aU Hand Crafted Art-Ware Joe St. Clair — Pres. Mon.-Sat. 9 am-5 pm Closed Sunday 408 N. 5th 142ecjotj ELWOOD, INDIANA Jdritage federal SAVINGS A IOAN ASSOCIATION CIRCLE PIZZA 1803 So. Anderson St. El wood, Indiana 46036 cvou if fif 'our stvfc f PHOTOGRAPHY SENIOR PORTRAITS Beddings - COMMERCIAL 552-2405 ELWOOD 552-3355 KLUMPPS Wallpaper • Paint • Glass Art Supplies • Vinyl Wallcovering 1533 South A. Street Elwood, Indiana 46036 Congratulations To The Class Of '84 Compliments From Employees Of Steel Slitting Co. Inc. 143SCCURIX9 BAX7 125 So. Anderson Street With Bronch Banking At Elwood Plaza And Carters Food Service 144Best Wishes To The Class Of ’84 From: Mac Harvey Ron Cassity Rusty Me Car roll Wade Howard Gary Johnson Jeff Richardson Sam R. Courtney ©NIE WAT JEANS |j] nliac Oldsmobile McCARROLL CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE BUICK-PONTIAC Highways 13 37 ELWOOD. INDIANA 46036 BUICK 122 So. Anderson Congratulations Class of ’84! .IKAXS KLEIN’S SHOE STORE 116 So. Anderson St. VIEWPOINT OFFICE SUPPLY “The Most Walked About Shoes In Town” 1534 East Main Elwood, Indiana 552-3111 Good Luck, Class Of '84 Bjog Evjenth Mitzi Gillum 145Quality Photos At A Fair Price s Rural Route 1 Box 264 Elwood, Indiana 46036 (317) 552-0256Good Luck; Class of ;84 BURKE PHARMACY 1705 S. GCCC 11(1. BRENT! m Anderson St. 552-3324 Sfoi6e ute o - Compliments Of KENDALL MOLD ENGINEERING INC. mxmmmmmm wmammm PLACE 1501 St Rd. 37 SouthBest Wishesj Class Of CONTINENTALOROUF Elwood Continental Can Company Packing Forest Products Insurance Energy HORTON TRUE VALUE 1411 Main Street Elwood, IN 46036 1545 So. B. St. 552-9565 Monday Thru Saturday 8 AM To 8 PM 1805 So. Anderson 552-2262VOCATIONAL MACHINE TRADES JOHN H. HINDS AREA VOCATIONAL SCHOOL ELWOOD, IND. Best Wishes Class Of ’84 Dunnichay Funeral Home 1113 South Anderson St. Elwood, Indiana 46036 Phone (317) 552-2501 7b DUNNICHAY Funeral Homes, Inc. JIM: DANDY RESTAURANT 1803 S. Anderson Elwood, IN 46036 552-5033 Good Luck, Seniors! Phone • Office 552-3344 Phone • Res. 552-5321 DEHORITY SON AGENCY INC. Insurance — Real Estate Est. 1900 116 N. Anderson St. Elwood. Ind. 46036 Best Wishes To The Class Of ’84 From STATE PLATING INC. 450 NORTH 9TH ST. • ELWOOD, INDIANA 46036 • TEL.(317) 552-5047 149Compliments Of GALLATIN’S SANDWICH SHOP Hamburgers, Soups, And Short Orders 1537 South A St. CLIFTON-YOUNCE TIRE SERVICE OEA CLASSES Wholesale — Retail — Farm Recap Tires — Wheel Balancing Brakes — Mufflers Shocks Goodyear Tires Fast On Farm Highway Service Budget Terms Available 2 Convenient Locations CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS! St. Rd. 28 E. Elwood 552-5085 123 S. Independence State Road 28 East Congratulations To The Class Of ’84!EEEEE (3 (3 13 (3 13 13 13 D R STEflfrHOUSE EEEEE13 S3 i H ra ra DsR FAMILY STEAK HOUSE Danny and Regina Collins 1525 MAIN ELWOOD Lunch 11:00 A M. to 2:00 P.M. Dinner 4oo pm. to o oo pm CONGRATULATIONS, KRISTA (3 13(3 151Abernathy. Bob 57 Able. Karen 57 Abshire. Corina 40. 75 Alexander. Kathleen 47. 69 Allen. Crista 47. 69. 74. 96. 107 Amick. Kris 34. 75 Anderson. Cindy 17. 21. 70 Anderson. Jennifer 40 Anderson. Tracy 3. 40. 44. 70. 71. 77 Arbuckle, Rachael 40. 69 Arehart. Frank 40. 89 Arnold. Kurt 47. 69. 92. 104 Austin, Beverly 55 57 Austin. Tina 47 Back. Mark 40. 68. 89. 108. 115. 116 Ball Andy 34. 67. 71. 75. 119 Ball. Brian 47 Ball. Dawn 47, 66. 68 Ballmger. Julie 40 Bannister.Brad 39 Bannister. Randy 34. 71. 88 89 Bannon. Dee Ann 3. 40. 83 Bannon, Jodi 17 Barnes. Dean 40. 83. 89 Barnett. Beth 17. 79 Barnett. Lori 47. 118 Barnett. Marilyn 57 Barr. Cheryl 40. 68 Barr. Lisa 34. 39. 66. 68. 71. 96 Basham. Dennis 17, 88. 113 Bastam. Valarie 34 Beecher. Jim 40. 86. 89. 90. 110 tman. James 47. 68 man. Kelly 34 'eman. Melissa 34. 68 Beeman. Mike 47 Be eman. Samatha 47. 68 I Beeman. Scott 47. 92 Beeman. Will 34 Belisle. Ti3 47. 112 Belisle. Tim 40 Bennett. Lon 40. 119 Bennett. Martha 60 Benson. Frances 47 Benson. Jeff 34 Bogard. Dara 47. 48. 68 Bogard. Susan 57 Boll. Lisa 47. 119 Boll. M.chelie 34 39 81. 102 Boll. Richard 47 Bomholt. Mike 57. 98. 114 Boston Brent 34. 89. 110 Bousman. Andy 17. 74. 78. 133 Bowyer. John 34 Bowyer. Samantha 47. 72. 75. 92 Boyer, Marsha 17 Boyland. Rob 47. 80. 96 Blackford. Don 47 Blackford. Jobi 40, 68. 75 Blackford. Mike 17 Blackford. Randy 17. 114 Blair. Vicki 57 Bl3kely. Robin 27 Blanton, Debbie 3. 17. 74 82. 84. 99. 156 Bradburn. Robin 47 Bragg. Todd 34. 36. 39. 83. 89. 114. 115 Brannen. Chris 39 Brannen. Clayton 47 Brewer. Melissa 47. 61. 68. 112 Brewer. Rhonda 17 Brown, Brian 60 Brown. Robby 34 Brown. Phil 57 Bryan. Chns 40. 110 Bryan. Randy 17 Burdsall. Richie 47 Burdsall, Tammy 40. 43. 69. 94 95. 106. 107. 112 Burke. Anne 34. 66. 67 68. 70. 71. 119 Burke. Pat 40. 110 Burnette. Angie 34 Burton. Gerald 57 Burton. Randy 40 Burton. Shelly 34. 69. 70. 71. 75, 87. 111. 107 Buster. April 47. 72. 75. 111. 119 Buster. Greg 40. 69. 119 Buster. Sheila 34 Caldwell. Jean 60 Caldwell. Phil 46 Campbell. Kim 53. 75 Campbell Richard 46 Cannon. Jerry 47 Capps. Carla 7, 40. 46 Capps. Kim 40. 70 Carmer. Caroline 17 Carmer. Steve 34. 77 Bogard Carpenter. Marianne 16. 17. 21. 77 Carron. Kenny 27 Carter. Britt 40 Carter. Kenny 47 Carter. Paul 47 Carter, Wmdy 40. 119 Casas. Jorge 39 Cass. Rick 40. 70 Cassidy. Tom 57 Casto. Jerry 40 f f Casto. Lori 47 Casto. Mary Sue 47 Chambers. Angie 40. 70 Chambers. Tammy 17 Champion. Jill 7. 40, 44. 71. 106 Chapman. Robyn 39 Chestnut. Jerry 47 Childress. Fverett 48 Christie. Richard 41 dark, trie 41 Clark. Jennifer 3. 34 Clark. Roxie 41 Cleaver. Annie 3. 7. 41. 70. 74. 92. Ill Cleaver. Kathleen 17. 21. 66. 70. 77 Clegg. Robby 34. 39 Clmkenbeard. Doug 34 Clmkenbeard. Kevin 34 Clymcr. Kenny 18 Clymei. Tracy 48 Cole. Clean 18 Cole. Marine 34 66. 67. 68. 71. 119 Coleman. RicRTfeO Collins. Angela 48. 69 119 Collins. Krista 13. 16. 18. 21. 66. 68. 75. 82. 29. 66. 71. 89. 108. 109; 113 35. 70. 78 es 56 n. 68 11 89. 90. 102 66. 69 95 f Collins. Tim 1 Collis. C Compton. Ja Conwell. Jell Conner Matt Cook. Heidi 48 Coonar'T racy. 35 ,.74.10 8. 119 71. 74. 83. 116 156 107 a y 3! Cooper. Trent 41 Copus. Carla 35 Call. Copus Sherry 18. 78. 113 Cornwell. Saddy 41. 75 Costor , Shari 48 Courtney Gwol 55 Courtney. Chris 35. 61 Courtney. Drew 18. 20.' Courtney. Kandie 56 Courtney. Shawn 48 Cox. Shelly 48. 118 Creamer. Tom 48. 92. 115 Creech. Scott 48 Cress. Julie 46 Crist. Marckel 48. 69. 118 Croy. Kelly 84. 104 Croy. Roderick 35 Crull. Tony 27. 67. 68. 70. 71. 125 Cummings. Resa 41 Cunningham. Bobby 41 Curry. Carol 18. 72. 73. 74. 75. 82. 84. 120. Cutsingcr. Diana 41 Daleure. Diana 60 Daleure. Spero 41. 69. 113. 116. 119 Dame. Evelyn 18. 133 Daucnhauer. Curt 35 Dauenhauer. Amy 48 69. 96 Dauenhauer, Nancy 35. 74 Davenport. Jerry 60 Davenport. Lynette 41. 70 Davis. Chris 48 Davis. David 41. 68 Davis. Jane 57 Davis. John 48 Davis. Myra 35. 70. 71. 73. Davis. Stacey 39. 78. 118 Davis. Todd 18. 71 Deckard. Tina 41 Deckard. Tonya 48 Docker. Christy 7. 41 44. 45. 46. 66. 82. 84. 102, 107. 111. Decker. Terina 13. 18. 67. 68. 70. 72 Dehart. Scott 19 Dellinger. Tammy 19. 133 DeLong. Darren 48 DeLong. Mike 48. 69. 92 Demuth. Steve 55. 57. 89. 113 Depolo. Gina 36. 46 Detlmg, Sheri 19 Diehl. John 19 Diehl. Tabi 19. 70 Disosway. Virginia 57. 69 Doan, Brian 19. 133 Dockery. John 41. 69. 70. 97. 113. 119 Dodd. Cheryl 35. 68. 71. 72. 106. 107 Douglas. Kevin 48 Dowter. Kim 19 Dowling. Rod 19. 70. 74. 77 Dudley. George 56 Dudley. Lilly 48 Dudley. Susan 56 Duncan. Teresa 35. 69. 94. 107 Dwiggins. Mark 41. 118 Dwiggms. Matt 35 Edwards. Mike 48. 68. 104 Ehserio. Lmda 48 Elledge. DeAnn 35. 68. 75 Ellis. Shelley 19. 71. 82. 83 Evans. Barbara 41. 69. 75. 123 Evans. Michael 35 Everson. Angie 19. 81 Everson. Bruce 19. 21. 67. 70. 71, 114. 123 Evjenth. Bjorg 11. 19. 21. 59. 94. 107. 112 Farr. Ray 48 Faucett. Andrea 41 116. 156 m G. Faucett. Tony 35. 113 Faulstich. Brian 35 Faulstich. Craig 41 Faulstich. Marsha 48. 68 Faulstich. Tammy 48. 68. 74 Faust. Charles 57 Felton. Russell 48 Fernung. Doug 35. 108 Fernung. Keith 48. 69. 92. 108 Fernung. Kenny 35. 39. 66. 68. 71. 119 Fesler. Steve 48 Fesler. Troy 41 Fettig. Karen 54. 57 Fettig. Kristi 41. 44. 66. 69. 106, 107 Fettig, Lance 48. 69 Fman. Drew 41. 108 Fman. Tom 19. 28. 71. 72 Fite, Rodney 41 Fite. Ronme 60 Flccnor. Cmdy 35 Fleenor Jim 19 Foley. Joe 35. 76 Poor. April 48 Foor. Chern 35 Foor Gary 48 Foor. Tricia 49 Fortner. Connie 57 ortner. Don 57 Fowler. Susie 35. 75 Fowler. William 35 Fox. Dana 35. Ill Frazee Jodee 35. 79 Frazier. Brian 49. 69 92. 104. 110 Fredd. Mary 60 Fr.as. Lourdes 1 lr. 19. 23. 69. 75 Frye. Barbara 35. 67. 68. 70. 71 Fuller, Paige 49. 68. 118 Fuller. Shelly 35. 39. 75. 102. 116. 118 Gaddis»Bnan 41 Galbreath. Becky 41 Galbreath. Joe 20 Galbreath. Loretta 41 Gallapoo. Ginger 7. 41 dner Tom 41 na 55. 57 n 57 arnson Todd 20 George. Chris 41 iusan 39 Sharon 48. 49. 68. 112 illy 20. 68. 71. 83 ,rry 41. 44. 68. 89. 114 lynne 35. 71. 95 heryl 49. 75. 118 Gill. Scott 49. 69. 72. 73 Gillum Mitzi 20. 26. 69 71. 119 Giselbach. Danny 53 Giselbach. David 46 Glotzbach, Corinna 35. 78 Goins, Cathy 57 Corns. Pam 41. 119 Goodman. Debbie 41 Gordon. Scott 49. 69 osncll. Alan 20. 38. 71. 89 116. 117 Snell. Frank 20, 80. 88. 89. 98. 114 Gosnell. John 41, 71 Graham. Sandy 41. 69 Green. Debbie 60 Green Joanne 16. 20. 21. 29. 66. 67. 70. 71. 74. 81. Greenlee Kris 41 Gregg. K.i'l bO Gr.ft.th I m 49 Gr.m-s He. it her 35. 67. 69. 71 Grime' Tr.ua 41. 69. 111. 119 '"room- Li a 41 mover Phyllis 35 Gross Jerome 36 Gross MiKc 20. 97 Gw.n'i ,rog 49. 68. 1 19 Haas Chris 49 Haight. Merle 36 Hamn. Lone 49 Hai r.« David 36. 108 Han tor Demta 49. 68 Hancock. Joyce 20 Hancock Robert 20 Hancock Rosalie 60 Hanelmc. April 49 Han key. Petty 49 Hansen M ke 36. 68. 119 Han shew . nn 49. 68. 75. 119 H ire. Grog 49. 74 H irless Gary 49 H irrell Michelle 49. 69 H irris Art 36. 88. 89 H rt ng. Dan 41 Hint,- Richard 41 Hartley. Rulon 60 Hartman. Hartman. C Hartman. Gri Hartsock. Sh Harvill. Andy 3 George. ' Gibbons Gibson, Gibson.’ Gilbert. Gilbert. Haskett. Richy 49. 74 96. 108 Haskett. Tma 36 Haulk. Joe 42 89 Haynes. David 21 Haynes. Dennis 36 Haynes. Kevin 42 Hayward. Richard 21 Hayward. Travis 49. 92 Hazeibaker. Tracy 36. 78 Heady. Andy 42. 89 Headley. Carmen 7. 42. 71 Heaton. Annie 21. 67. 70 Helplmg, Steve 7 42. 44. 88. 89. 90. 102. 110 Helton. Bob 42 Herndon. Richard 57 Hiatt. Vanessa 42. 69. 119 Hicks. Trent 48. 49. 68 87. 102. 104 110 High. Robin 21 High. Tracy 42 Hillard. Amy 42. 71. 110. 119 Himmelrick. Tim 42 Hittle. Loretta 60 SCOtt 34. 36. 89. 114. 115 Hobbs Angie 36. 94. 106. 107 Hobbs. Jamica 42 Hobbs Larry 58. 97. 98 Hobbs. Michelle 49 lobson. Renee 36. 66. 70. 71. 89. 98 107 116 odson. Troy 21. 97. 108. 113 Hoel. T.m 21. 75. 78. 89. 108. 109. 116. 117. 132. 133 Hofer. Scott 49. 66. 74 Hotter. Gina 49 104. 117 oftman. David 54. 58 Holliday. David 36. 71 Holliday. Kim 36. 38 Holliday. Pat 36. 71. 89. 113 Holliday. Ray 42 44 89. 98. 114 Holliday. Tom 49. 92. 104. 115 Hollowell. Melissa 49 Holmes. John 49 Holmes. Roger 21. 71 84. 86. 88 89. 98 113. 120 Hoover. Chuck 49. 66 92. 93. 104. 113. 115« Hoover. Lisa 42. 69. 75. 119 Hopkins. Brian 36 Hoppel. Max 25. 58. 70. 96 Hoskins. Cliff 42. 44. 71. 88. 89. 102. 115 House. Betty 56. 67 Howey Brian 42. 68. 89. 102. 103. 113 Howcy. Julie 21. 29. 67. 68 70. 71. 74 75. 85 Hudson. Terri 36 Hubble. Lisa 36. 68. 75. 89. 98. 117. 120 Hueston. John 49 Hueston. Robert 42 Huff. Angie 49 Huff. Bobb. 42 Huff. Dean 50 Huff. Kelly 42. 69 Huffman. Howard 110 Huffman. Judy 60 Huffman. Phil 55. 58. 71. 89. 92. 98. 102 Huffman. Raymond 50 Hughes. Jill 36. 70. 71 Hughes. Mark 58. 89. 108. 109 Hughes. Rod 50. 92 Hughes. Scott 36. 89. 98. 102. 114. 115 Hughes. Shelley 36. 68. 70. 71 Humphreys. Billy 21. 39 Humphreys. Rick 50 Hunmcutt. William 21 Hunt. Brian 42. 96 Hunt. Tammy 42 Hunt. Tim 50 Hyman. Chris 50 Israel. Michael 36 Jack. Stacie 42. 69. 75. 119 I? m I 49 20. 79 41. 69 42. 70 89. 115 Haskett Brian 7. 20. 28. 29. 61 69. 88. 89. 114. 116. Haskett Mike 49 92. 108. 113 122 Jackson. Subrena 50. Ill Jackson. Victoria 36 Jaramillo. Junior 42 Jarrett. Mck 58 Jensen. Lone 10. 21. 23. Ill Jeske. Kelly 42. 81 John. Matt 50. 69. 97. 104. 110 Johnson. Julie 58. 106. 107. 112 Johnson. Sharon 58. 72 Jones. Bret 36. 108. 114 Jones. Brian 50 Jones. Chad 50. 92 Jones. Chris 36. 68. 72. 75. 98. ,119 Jones. Debbie 36. 39 Jones. Jeremy 50. 96 Jones. Joy 36. 39. 69 Jones. Paul 50 Jones. Susan 50. 67. 68. 72. 75. 95. 119 Jordan. Amy 36. 70. 78. 94. 107. 112. 118 Jyvakorpi. Sole 10. 20. 21. 67. 69. 70. 71. 72. 74. 75. 82. 111. 119 Kane. Brent 21, 80 Kanga.. Paul 36. 39 Keene. Kelly 50. 67 Kerr. Dwayne 50 Kelich. Jennifer 36 Kelich. Keith 50 Kelly. Anna 50 Kinser. Jean 60 Kleyla. John 36. 67. 71. 114. 115 Klein. Scott 27 A I  119 Klein. Shannon 42 Klein. Tood 37. 89. 90 Knapp. Alan 5S. 89, 90 Knotts. Brad 22. 28. 77. 119 Konanz. Mary 58 Kurtz. Barbara 57 Lamb. Don 50. 69 Lane. Robby 27 Lane. Emily 50 LaShure Phillip 22 Laster. Vaiane 37. 39. 67. 68. 71. 74. 106. 112 Lawson. Scott 42. 89 Leavell. Emily 57 Leaved, Mark 37, 96 Leaved. Pat 20. 22. 25. 29. 67 68. 71. 72. 73. 75. 84 96. 119 Leavitt. Brian 50. 69 Lee K m 44 46. 66. 68 Lehman Kenny 42. 113 Lenon. Hon 37. 71. 119 Leisure. Donald 58 Leisure. Kevin 22. 88. 89. 114 Leisure. Scott 40. 42. 66. 68. 97. 103 Lewellon, Rick 37 Ley. Debra 53 Ley. Keith 37. 108 Linder. Gary 58 Linder. Mike 42. 69. 97. 102. 113 Loar. Keith 37. 80 Long. Kathy 50 Long. Nick 22. 66 88, 89. 98. 122 Long. Sandy 22. 28 61. 68 70. 74 Loved. Trisha 50 Lowder. Mike 37. 70 Luther. Mike 42 Luther. Scott 48. 50 Luurtsema. Rhonda 58. 67 I jyet Kenny 43 Luyet. Kent 37 luyet Tom 50. 68 lynav JeM 43 lynas. Tina 22 Lynch. Shelly 50 Lyons Desiree 50 Lyons. Mark 43 Lyons. Mark 37 McClain. Jimmie 43 McClisb Jenny 50 McClish. Lisa 22 McCksh Tammy 37 83 94 106. 107 Me Cool Keith 22 97. 113. 123. McCord. Dusty 37. 89. 133 McCoride. Shane 22 McCorkle, Tina 50 McCracken. Patricia 43 McCray. Gary 50 McCray. Wayne 37 39, 67. 71 McCune. Cam 50 McCuneVMcliSVi 22. 79. 107. 108. 113 McCune. Scarlet- 50 McDaniel Pat 43. 70 McDaniel Tash 43 44 66. 69. 96 McDermit. Marla 37 69. 71 1 19 McGuire Angie 50 69, 95 McIntosh Fred 50 McIntyre Jodi 51. 1 19 McKinley Harold 22 McKinley, "erry 22 McKnght. Lorre 37 McMullen. David 51. 92. 108 McMullen. Robert 37. 97. 108 MrPhearson D.irrell 22 McPhearson. Kevin 43 McQuitty. Anna Mae 58. McQuitty. Darrell 58 McQuitty. Kristin 51. 66. 69. McQuitty. Tracy 4. 21. 22. 29. 66. 67. 71. 74. 75. 89. 98. 111. 112. 116. 120 Maddox. Ronald 37 | Maish. Doreena 37. 67. 69. 70 Maish. Mary 23. 70 Massey. Kert 43 Mason. Rodney 37 Mathys. Brad 3. 23 May. Tracy 51. 92. 104 Maynard. Steve 51 Mays. Marty 43. 71. 89. 108. 116 Mays. Teresa 51. 66. 69. 104. 111.112 Mead. Tammy 51 Melvin. Angie 43. 69. 71. 72. 73. 94. 107. 110, 111 Mengelt. Cherie 51. 69 Mercer, Joan 55. 58. 67 Merritt. Raeanna 54. 58. 67 Merritt. Richard 56. 124 Metz. Steve 37. 68. 71 Miller. Lisa 43 Miller. Smdy 51 Millspaugh. Gmny 23 Mmniear. Artie 51 Mireles. Michelle 48. 51 Mitchell. David 37. 97. 113 Mitchell. Scott 51 Mitchell. Tracy 23. 67. 69, 70 71. 124 Mitrolf. Cindy 43. 69 Mock. Bill 60 Moody. Darin 23 Moody. Morris 43 Moore. Robert 58 Morgan. George 60 Morgan. Jane 23. 29. 70. 95. 112. 122. 123 Morgan, Mark 37. 68. 89. 113. 119 Morris. Debbie 51 Morris. Kenny 23. 80. 123 Little. Morris Lisa 23 Morris. Monty 23 Morris. Scott 37 Morris. Terry 37, 97. 108. 113 Morrow. Angela 51 66. 68. 104 Mosbaugh. Demse 60 Moss. Aleda 43 Moss. Lisa 23 Mottweiler, Beth 51. 68 Mountcastle. Bobby 23. 74. 78. 133 Mowed. Chris 43. 68. 71 Mullen. Rich 43. 68. 89. 90 Mullen. Tnsh 51 Mundy Alesa 23. 70 Murphy. Beth 43. 44. 66, 69. 82. 95. 156 Murray. Harold 60 Murray. Randy 51 Murray. Je« 43 72. 75. 119. 120 Murray. Rhonda 60 Nash. Jenny 43 Naylor. Loren 43 Neese. Cindy 43. 70 Niccum. Lester 37 Nichols. Lisa 37 Nickles. Cmdy 23. 70. 133 Nickles, Curt 37 Nicklos. Elaine 51, 119 Nilson. Ins 10, 24. 29. 67. 69. 71. 75 Norris. Phil 37. 39. 67 Noone. Tom 24 Noble. Brian 24 Ogden. Cathy 56 Ogden. Michael 37. 119 Osborn. Andy 37 Osborn. Jack 44 Owens Mana 44 66 68. 71. 82. 156 Pantos. Tom 58 Paquin. Darren 44. 55. 58 117 Paquin. Gordon 56 Parish. Dutch 44 Parker. Cathy 51. 75 Parker. Cherryll 24. 79 . Parker. Kevin 60 Paro. Bob 51. 79. 114 Bryan. Paro Dala 24. 79 Patrick. Jim 51 Patz. Steve 89. 92 Payne, Walter 24. 74. 78. 133 Pedro,fChnsty 37. 39. 66. 74. 87. 89. 94. 98. 106. 107. 112. 116 Peel. Cindy 16. 20. 24. 66. 68. 71. 75. 119. 120. 122 Peel. Demse 60 Peel. Shelly 37. 39. 66. 75. 81. 89. 98 116 Peeper. iKeiu 51. 118 Penn. Kenny 44 Perez. Marianne 7. 44, 60, 71. 98. 116 Perez. Mike 21. 24. 28. 29. 66. 69. 71. 89. 113 Perkins. Brian 51 Personette. Linda 59. 94. 95. 107 Peters. Kelly 7. 38. 39. 66. 69. 106 107. 112 Phems. Bryan 51, 68. 92. 115 Phillips. Chris 44. 89 Phillips. Pat 44 Phillips. Steven 46 Picked. Danny 51 Picked, Donny 51 Picked. Wayne 38. 67. 71. 96 Pnrto, Mike 44. 83. 89. 113 Pipkin$. Chris 24 Plake. bon 60 Plake. Tom 45. 89 Plough, JBobbie 51 Poison, Tammy 45 Ponder. George 38. 97. 113 Poor, Eric 38 Powers. Kim 38. 70. 79 Pratt. Jana 38 Pratt. Patricia 35. 38 Preston. Frank 60 Preston. Jake 51 Preston. Jim 45 i Priest. Scott 27 Priest. Tracey 45 Pritchard. Robby 45 Raper, Ann 45 Ray. George 59 Rayshich. Dan 56 Rebuck. Brian 13. 39 Reynolds. Paul 38. 71. 98. 102 Rice. Paul 48. 51. 61. 68. 92. 113 Rich. Jett 51. 71. 104 Richwme Leah 43. 45. 69, 71. 72. 75. 120 Richwme Mike 46 Rickabaugh. CoMeen 60 Rickabaugh. Stacey 3, 7. 44. 45. 66. 68. 82. 156 Rider. Curt 45. 87. 108 Rider. Karina 48. 51. 112 Riep.el. Leanne 24. 79 Ricgcl. Lesley 45 Riley. Brian 38. 69. 71. 86 110Riley. Shannon 51 Rittenhouse. Kevin 45 Rittenhouse. Missy 45. 83 Rittenhouse. Paul 38. 67. 119 Ritter. Carl 60 Ritter. Mary 60 Robbins. Bryan 45 Robbins. John 51. 108 Robertson Brian 38 Robertson Patti 3. 24. 74 Robertson, Paul 52. 102. 103 Robertson, Rich 38. 98 Robertson, Susan 24 Roby. Scott 24. 72. 74. 75 Roe. Don 27 Rogers. Marcy 24. 72 Rogers. Teresa 45. 74 Roller. Charles 52 Roller. Kim 24. 79 Roller. Ted 38. 82 Roller. Theda 38. 33 Romine. David 37. 38 Romine. Doug 53. 114 Rommger. Matt 52. 71 Row. Renee 45. 71. 75, 119 Runyan. Mindy 59. 113 Runyan. Rodger 3. 25. 29. 66. 89. 98. 114. 122 Runyan Ronald 89 133 Tracy. Andy 26. 133 Tracy. Bronoe. 39. 78 85. 94, 106. 107 Trowbridge. Janet 59. 117 Tucker. Don 60 Tucker, Kim 13 21. 26. 28. 29. 66. 67 70. 75. 77, 89 98. 107. Ill 116, 120 Tumulty, JeM 52 Tunnell. Charlene 3 26, 79 Tunnell. Cynthia 39. 106. 107 Turner. 8rian 52 Twitord. Debbie 44 46 Twiford. Lisa 26 Updegraft. Jason 52. 92 Updegr3ft Kelly 46 llpdegraff. Mike 52 VanBuskirk. Lon 26 Vanness. Shawn 52. 96. 104. Ill Van Wagner. June 54. 56 Vest. Saul 52 Vest. Scott 52 Vetor. Mark 52 Vice. David 46 89 Vice. Per,.- 44, 46 68 72. 74. 75 Vice. Dion 26 123 67. Sallee. Stanley 38 Savage. Steve 60 Sawyer. Sandy 48. 52 Scholl. Lonny 13. 27 Scholl. T; Schwear. Naomi 59 79 106 •er. An?. o 5 ger. Julie 52. ShaoksiRoger 59 Shelton, B'er dj 25 81 pW Beverly 2b 67 W Shepard. Kelly 45 66 68 Shepard. Larry 52 . Shepard. Mdodie 38 Shope Jeff 25 Char 48 52 70. 92. 104 117 STFred 25. 52 ■rd. Angela 25 75. 81. 118 Jod. 5? 118 Paula 26. 59 Lmdo 52 ■■Lisa 25 118 Skinner Richard 45 Slater. Dawn 45. 69 Slate. Glenda 60 Slayton. Lisa 5? Small. Bnan 45 7 1 Smith. Daren 38 Smith. David 45 [ith Joam 48. 52, 68 95, 10 |lh Kathy 52 ■Lon 59 Reva 38. 76. 83. 94 106 107 Rhonda 25J79 der. Brian 52 Linda 21. 25. 7? 71 52 |y : : r , erry 53 Walker. Kelly 25. 26 Wallace. Jeanme 26 Wallace. Jeff 59 Wallace. Tom 53 Wallis. Penny 26. 77 Warner. David 46. 108 Watson tart 54, 56 110. 124 69. 71. 114 ter I is.! 45. thorn SCO :y Kelly for I AnglO 45 Charles 45. Stage. Lisa 25. 118 Stanton Far! 25 Starkey Betty 59 Stephens Jenny 46 Stephens Shaun 12. 25. 29. 80. 88. 89. 98 Stewart Jean 60 Stewart Mike 52 Stewart Rex 46. 108 Stewart Tim 52 Stmer. Kevin 21. 25, 61. 71. 98. 119 Stmer. Steve 52. 74. 92. 108 Stockdale. Brian 20. 26. 68 72. 75. 89. 98. 120 Stone Betty 60 Stone. Jay 52. 66. 68. 92 104 Stout, Donna 25 Stout. Jutie 26. 28. 69. 72. 73. 75. 120 Stover. Kim 38. 70. 83. 102. 107. 111. 113. 116 Stover. Lisa 38. 39. 68. 71. 95. 106. 107 Stover. Mike 46. 90. 98. 102 Slut man. Levi 38 Sullivan. Joanne 59. 82. 83 Summers. Julia 21. 26. 66. 67. 68. 71. 72. 73 Svendson. Kerry 46. 68, 119 Swinford. Diane 52 Tate. Dorothy 26. 79 Tate. Mark 52 Tate. Pam 46 Taylor. Sam 38. 78 Taylor. Sherrie 46 Thornberry, Ann 3. 44. 46. 66. 68. 71. 82. 123. 156 Thornberry, Marilyn 57 Thornberry. Steve 39. 71 Tolbert. Brad 39 ToUe. Elvona 59 Townsend. Jennifer 26. 28. 70. 71. 74. 82. 122. 156 Gretchen 56 Brent 46 r John 53. 69 ie 60 Angie 46 . • Webb. Brian.53 Weismuller. Junior 53 Welk. f' Roberta 59 Werline. David 27 Werlme. Kathy 39 Werline. Kim 44 46. 68. 83. 86, 89. 98 Wesseter Mary Lois 59 Wheeler. Barry 27. 70 74. 77 etstone, Jarnic 39. 71. 98 artha 46. 83 White. Joe 46. 71 White. Mary 48. 53. 70 White. Sherry 21. 27. 75. 77 Whitmger. Shelly 7. 39. 66 68 Wiand, Julie 39. 94. 106. 107 Wide man. Roger 46. 70 Williams. Brian 46 Williams. Joe 59. 98. 102. 104. 114 Williams. L.sa 27. 69. 72. M3 Williams. Lori 39. 78 s. Michelle 39. 72. 118 s. Tim 53 Wilhoite. Cara 39 Wilhoite. Wayne 48. 53. 92 Wmes. Susan 53 Wire. Mary 39. 70. 74. 107. 111. 113 Wisehart. Kevin 39 Wisner. Sherri 39. 79 Wittkamper. Eldon 60 Wolff. Shane 46. 115 Wolfe. Terrill 46 Woodruff. Robert 59 ■ . Woodrum, Roger 39 Woolums. Julie 27 f-. Wright. Alycia 46 95%07 Wright. J C. 108 Wnght. J.P. 46. 108 Wright Mary 57 Wyatt. Tammy 53 Yates. Barbara 54 59. Ill Yates. Billy 46 89 98. 113 Young. Debbie 53. 113 Young. James 39 Young. Lou Ann 39 68. 71. 75, Young. Robby 53 Zink. Greg 53. 96 you’ve got the cutest little baby face Pictured above are some of our staff members “baby faces.” Who can you recognize? 1. Beth Murphy. 2. Stacey Ricka-baugh, 3. Christy Decker. 4. Ann Thorn-berry. 5. Maria Owens. 6. Carol Curry. 7. Krista Collins. 8. Debbie Blanton. 9. Jennifer Townsend. Not pictured are Shelley Ellis. Sole Jyvakorpi. and Ted Roller. 7 | 4k 8 The 1983-84 yearbook staff would like to thank the following people and also all others who gave assistance to our staff: Elwood Call — Leader, Mrs. McQuitty, Jostens American Yearbook Company, Prestige Studios, Kim Ash, our yearbook representative, Mrs. Garner, Mr. McQuitty, and all other school personnel who have given us information, pictures, and their time. We would also like to thank Mrs. Sullivan, our yearbook advisor. This is her last year as advisor, and we hope it has been a good year for her to remember. Without all of her help and support, tfiis book would not be possible. 1984 Crescent Yearbook Staff. 9 156 ()S77,  W(m m H iw® if v;v6-wyigmyi »y,r«iw ■©rES$! p wMfliB mm Sa ‘ % '.'■ I«K


Suggestions in the Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) collection:

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1

1978

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1979 Edition, Page 1

1979

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 1

1980

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1982 Edition, Page 1

1982

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 1

1983

Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 1

1986

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.