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REF. 373 SH61 1986 Shield MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Midwest Genealogy Center 3440 S. Lee's Summit Rd. M G C Independence, MO 64055 SHIELD Englewood Chrlstlan School Faculty!Aclm1mstrat1on and Staff Grades 7 11 Seruors Sports Act1v1t1es Advertlsmg Candlds Pg7 E 1 X Pastor Where you are right now is a result of the combined efforts of parents and family, your relationship with Christ, your involvement with school peers and staff. Where you are tomorrow will be the result of your efforts in involving Christ in your everyday living. Live each day as though it is your last opportunity to share jesus Christ with your family and friends, Make him the most important person in Q your life. I Corinthians 6:19-2.0 says: "What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of C-od, and ye are not your own? For ye are brought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are Cod's." May your entire lives be filled with the joy of daily living with jesus Christ. Cod bless. Donald Blythe, Administrator Administration Our lifes outcomes are largely and ultimately determined by our choices that we make at various stages in our life. Our life-determining choices come from our resources of knowledge and our strongest, personal desires, Englewood Christian School has been brought into existence by God and entrusted to this local church to provide you with the resources of knowledge essential for successful living today and to bring a Christ-centered emphasis to help create in you a strong, godly desire for Cod's best in your life. When you possess and use these, you will be able to move from just having knowledge of and a desire for Cod's best, to making wise choices resulting in experiencing a life that is blessed with Gods best! This is our deepest desire for you and your life. Pastor Barham ,, ,move-f 5. kiwi C - - I 9- l Q if LZ, E f' H ' f'.,,,.., vr 5 Hur J , I Q wp if My p tx., . f A TOP: john Berry who lead Chapels and assisted with boys baseballg also found time to run the scoreboard at home games. Middle left: Wally Plock worked h' th h Seminar as the is way roug y head of ECS. school transportation. M'ddl 'h N't V el 1 e rig tz 1 a og managed the office with a stern hand and a cheery disposition, Bottom: Cinnamon rolls are always a student favorite. All the kitchen workers pose with their mornings worlc. TEACHERS ,S-lv. iff' 1949 tv P z Peggy Lon T in 8 YP gf Accounting, Shorthand Business English Tim Lucht Physical Education, Health Bob Montgomery History, Coach for senior high sports, Science Ellen Plock Biology, French, Life Science Chemistry 1 jerry Rice Consumer Math janet Richardson Fourth grade, girls senior high sports Randy Richardson Math, Computer 1991 X 1' 4 f , Y wwf f X F 'A ,ffl ,,, .W 21 " ff W ' fn ,yi f 4 , f, f u H W f ' A' - ff' , .if mm wir? a Q " ' , ff f f ' ,WV 2f1'fLf2 fm' f 1 gf - 4 N f . W: Q7-M 42 4, I M, ,,f e ,ug , fx J, saggy ? ff if ? 4 Q5 5, Q ,f ,Q i rf" ' ' , 1, gf, X ga' '-'N figi as . 2 f if ms y gigfiif g bi ' i f 3? 22' f Q 1 5925 'Ay 'ff' f. Qag q .. vm?" 5 me Z s W fi . W QW? f,2f'efgiv X 5 v ', , 'ffm fff-'W ,: 1' ,,.i' in wff 5,1 f AVQ, f 4 1 X, A f f L Xl' i 19 z?f1?Ii,m, fx V05 ' ape. ':jf"" ' , I Q ,, f W 1 , , - ,,,, , .V - ' . 755 V f q ff . fgffgwszffffff-rw f H '- ,Q .a ff XL ff - w fi ' ' " ' '- ' wf fff A " V' ' f . ' ' ' W! 'QW ' 'A K , .73 ,ff ,lf :, , Q f fff ' i f f' ff ' f ' ,mf fgfgiaywuw. f A V WW f f fvwfiyifff ' ff ' 2 ff , . f , 'M , -,J,f, ",4A ,1 , 4-w,e.'1.,.-f,, . ww. f ,, ff, , ff f fy , W U , . fy V , A Q ,V . Michelle Andrew 7A Jeffrey Baker 7B Kim Barber 7A Jeni Bohan 7B Raymond Buzzard 7B Thomas Clark 7A Eric Craig 7B Cheryl Daniels 7A Darlleen Danner 7A Dustin Dirck 7A Delisa Edison 7B Tricia Felix 7B Chris Gentry 7A Randy Gunn 7B Joseph Hankins 7A Annie Hayes 7B Tracey Henderson 7A Zachary Himes 7B Kyle Jennings 7A Jon jordan 7B 7TH GRADE CLASS OF 91 The class of 91 enjoyed 71 A their first year out of ele- experienced the hassle of changing classes the Fun of playing junior high sports and participating in the high school pep rallies. 3 mentary school. They have 5 1 I , , Q? ' 'Q , A -: '. 4' A 6- C3 :Q -1- sffxffi i f 1 WWXX nm at . ll X X .. N ' : L Q if 5 -9 f 1- , .1 Q-Q' I A. 'YJ r- S, ,NN A 2' ' f I 4 vb I 1 D' - 6 :Dx 41 6. Q 5 "' f U- -- .'L CQ -I-. 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" ' A R Ji' 'tw .122 1 ', 4.252 X Xa Heather Larsen 7A Sarah Lathrom 7B Michael Lauck 7A Audra Martin 7A Brian Morrill 7B Dawn Odo 7A Brian Page 7A Lewis Pratz 7A Kerri Rose 7B Angela Russell 7A Sarah Sexton 7B Rena Sims 7B Shannon Sleeth 7A Christopher Smallwood 7A Steven Smart 7B Kenny Smith 7B Donna Stacker 7B Niel Temples 7B Brandy Thornton 7A Daniel Tibbs 7B Andrea Van Camp 7A Christopher Winfrey 7A Billie Workman 7A Naydra Workman 7B Charles Zillner 7A Mr. Rice I ,,..-we YL Kin ,fr 'B Y " 0 P ..,fx., 1 f.: RA A SQ an if V Amy Ahls Laura Alsep Anthony Baker Mitch Baxter Brenda Bayless April Blankenship Chastity Brown Nichole Brown Cheri Caton T.R. Clapper 8TH GRADE CLASS fJF90 The 8th Grade class shows promise as being good future Englewood Christian high school students. X .117 3 l l 'Q t V 'eh' fgfb 2' Q :Q Bl i '. ,CC T A -A N' I it A .I . - R 1 Aa K . .. .1 g .H 1' A 8 ' 'iff' 'VI " ' ' A: .X A iiikhi, 4 -f 3 B 4- 6 ' ' "' je, g Q55 a K 1-' ww " , 'Lf ' 1 on vx Y' . 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A ' aff! ,A ' mf' vw a-gf ' f ' , -' , gr A A 552 V' M J , ' lf Jason Cooley Shannon Denny Kendra Fields Sarah Dyer Lara Gross Shana Holt Leigh james Dana Johnson Fred Meyer joey Nichols Jess Norris Jason Reynolds Travis Sartain Billy Siefkas David Simmons Traci Sims Brent Webb Clifton Winn Audrey Wolf Steven Wood Not pictured: David Shull 21 ' R ' 4 I l 5 1 1 N J .. ,z,,,. 5 . .1 e -Z, ,,, -df' WU i i I K . fir: -..-.....-...-.- 1 ' s Surf's up! The cheerleaders sponsered a Hawaiian dress up day during Spirit Week. The weather in February cooperated, as record warm temperatures kept Spirit Week a balmy 68 degrees. For Melinda, dressing out for gym was nothing to smile about. We did it and we'd do it again! Greg Simmons soaks up Psychology. Tammy Barchers Polly Burgner Sharee Campbell Stephanie Cole Anaiece Craig Jenny Cunningham Mike Dirck Julie Eastridge Jill Egerton Glenn Eubanks Ecle Fletcher Roxann Fraser April Gibbs FRESHMEN CLASS OF They may be new to high school but they soon get well acquainted with Mr. Blythe. tj X i 1 if f it J 8 H-'M 2. It . A ' x Q 0 . x CL, t, ef H41,", w a 6 Q xt r -1 rx l, . M1 1 I My K g E 1 I Charles Harris David Heath Scott Kellough '-3 'ZS Y' 'DK s V v i N wi jf? :gf A vi i 5-im 'E si 31 ,: ' ,. Av' 7, f'. v",- L 'rj 0 rj, ' l 2? 35 ,Q 5 ff f f A 6 1 if Q ., 5 G i ,3 g s I 4:9 " . 'E-1 ' ' Q! r Tb M . ii 9 's VV . u i QV gfuxif -, Q . , V gm at if Q Lu' 'B f' ' -A I 4 ' -a K in QM' gf ff ,952 '- f 'W .xr , fa A63 1 is-i ""J,1'f'I3-i . 4 fn- , . Wes Kraus Gary Kubel Marnie Kuhl Matt Lathrom john Long Dean Montaleone Lori Newill Wendy Osborn Angela Ross Mike Semrick Tom Shadwick Jamee Snelling Shelley Templeton jennifer Venable Steve Washam Cindy White Tonya Wiley joe Williams Melinda Willis Richard Winn Sheila Wood Not Pictured Tony Hicks Christina House 25 M SOPHOMORES M., N gyss OF . X 5: gp . Y, we . K X Nfiggfzfwira'-f X X Si, Qwxfly- ,. X f- .k'f.. el X' A-'L ie e eeee V Egfgfgzii . K Bollinger f,t. .. X ml A ' geeiifzim 2"e1Dana Boone Tami Cantwell e5f5'3Ce!ilQl?.E5 xi, 1? if .Q 5 "Q" -2'4TiQ'Sf:1fw-Q 1- :sf-fI-'rix-zmif-.zzz-i . wg AS. ,k,Y,N5v5 5? H 'Tse' v :yewf- - - .g,g4f.,1 " V iR?5'1IFf5C0P9l9?!Qe E 8 :Yi AA , J Xe ' F0f?Y'hl l M 1 3 A nf ' iill fi h i may lill rzewl f w, ' Goldsmith Grayhariz s.,:igw-yi 'V gif' , ZY24?WxZ'5l 5, 'WWW ' f ' li ' Danielle Hertzog ' , Kenneth Hupp f Kaylynne, Johnstoim Sophomores showed a lot of school spirit by participatin in many schoo activities. . tq il my . Q N 2- Ag x . 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Q , Q Zfakglyg ,N nk -L .g m ' 4521, ag? 6 fu.: .Lf 19 -3 2 1.11: Rachel Kendriqk, VfV,V, i 'Kelly Latham' ' Tara Long ' N""' ' Christa Mathesqn Gres MCCHHY , ik,-"c K -J sm MCF8f13hdii?'EiAkV!i' :Kendra Josh' f StevenLPqu1ey "" 'Ml 4 5 , flue snuff " M , ,Dawn , .4 . F "" 1 f1'V'.3'.r-.6 N , , .. 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At E.C.S, we encounter opportunities to experience God in so many ways - painting posters, playing a game of hangman, or just enjoying a spring morning with friends. aiu Seniors enjoy a few last moments together taking senior photos on the Plaza, Wjammin' juniors" build a poster For Courwarming. Randy entertains himself with a game of hangman in Coach Erickson's Senior Math flass, while the girls are catching up, i 30 BETTER LATE THAN NEVER' A .Y Y K ,, X : .I L ,fm - , 'T . if TRW I 1 . ,V ,K 'ggfbyx V , 1 L I , g at I 7, Taxi V 'V A I . I 5 "TOO LATE, O LORD, TOO LATE HAVE I LOVED YOU" St. Augustine sENloRs LATE EDITION .QA 4 if R A ' . V ilk LW I' X. vi -Lf' X , Y,.. ,,. .f f va- 'X Th clay the class of 1980 will always remember. Way t 1 1 I CLASS FAVORITES" They haven't been out of school a week and they're already behind bars Pictured from left to right: "Class Clowns", Kevin Snelling and Troy Turner "The Quietestu, john Boone "The complainers of the bunch", Melinda Shadwiclc and jack Harmon, "Most Likely to Succeed", Teanna Norris and Dean Nash CLASS FAVORITES Pictured Right: "Best Dressed" Crista Gull and Chuck Montgomery Above "The Friendlicstu Cristime Thurman, Darin Jennings and Crista Gull Right "Most Athletic" Cristie Coulter and Randy Young .L ftnQ1u,,l LJ K, Q Vt "3ftf'Y?J JU? N , GRADUATION 1986 'T"lf'w , It's time to bid you all farewell What lies ahead only time will tell Friendships you've made are sure to last And a smile will come when you think AQ back on the past So keep the memories close to your heart For now it's time to make a new start ' av .1 I X From Top: "jon Shawver, Rich Fraser, and Randy Wynes help each other prepare for graduation." "Troy Turner ponders on things of the future." "Randy Young and Dean Nash adjust their Honor Chords." "Mrs, Floyd helps Patti Auldridge with her gown." "Missy Henderson and Cristi Coulter spend moments before graduation together," GRADUATION CELEBRATION!!! Graduation is a time of both endings and beginnings. Special friends make this a shared moment of joy and reflections. joy at having reached a milestone-having worked with ECS faculty to build a "sure foundation" for the future. Reflection on those many great shared times of struggle and triumph. "SENIOR CANDlDS" School memories are often just a collage of many small events or average moments. Although special memories are found in special events, like courtwarmingg many of our best times are wrapped around a simple adventure, like daily lunch count! ,fn 1 Z' A 'qs ix Cloclcwlse from Lower Left Friends pose at courtwarming Chuck Montgomery and Bobby Perryman enyoy song service in Chapel Patty Auldndge efficiently handles lunch count in senior homeroom Brett Lewis tries to capture a memory II I x spun? H37 I f W, ,yu .f, ,1 . ' f, Z wk? 5 3 , -.s r 'Z 7" 'MW' ' y Z" , 4 L , 1,-"2 f fQ9"ZiWf'9 f li 1' Y A,'L 'Z I 'nvf ' H , , 'gffgmfggf Y, zz-f -z wwf A -'eww Wf 97 ff Mfg' f 5 ,,, , X5 4. ,f ay Q ',z5Lygf.,, f - I f ref- 'A ' 'Q .'w,1fZff'f' " ' ,f,ff',.4g Wfwffff f 1 f 'f,V!c, fd- 'W , 2711 I we ., , ' I "1 , 1 'f -i-,QJQQQ , X , 'fz , ,f fi I - 7 K ' ' f JR. HIGH SOCCER Front Row: Travis Sartain, Chris Smallwood, Tommy Clark, Ray Buzzard, Steve Smart, Niel Temples Back Row: Jason Cooley, Kyle Jennings, David Simmons, Anthony Baker, Jeff Baker, Joe Hankins. IR. HIGH VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Sarah Lathrom, Audra Martin, Heather Larson, Darlleen Danner, Kim Barber, Michelle Andrews, Andee Io VanCamp. Back Row: Amy Ahls, April Blankenship, Leigh james, Nicole Brown, Audrey Wolf, Sarah Dyer, Chastity Brown, Coach Montgomery. ' 4 f X tl 1, - , A-PA . - A- , fi 1 , . I 1 I L . .M in Q-.'hC'W.-w f? ,aff 9 jf 746 M9 A W3 1 11' MJ 8TH GRADE BASKETBALL Front Row Jason Reynolds Jason Cooley Travrs Sartarn Back Row joey Nrchols Davrd Srrnmons Anthony Baker Jess Norrrs not prctured Coach Randy Rrchardson IR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL Front Row Darlleen Danner Sarah Lathrom Kam Barber Mrchelle Andrews Back Row Lergh James Cherr Caton Brandy Thornton Audra Martrn Coach Lucht VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Kaylleen Danner, Teanna Norris, Kelly Love, Ranell Hunt. Back Row: Wayne Royster, Manager, Cristi Coulter, Buffie Bollinger, jamee Snelling. Coach Richardson. GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Teanna Norris, Marnie Kuhl, Rachel Kendrick, Tana Fritz, Ranell Hunt, Kaylleen Danner. Back Row: Coach Erickson, Iamee Snelling, Buffie Bollinger, Kendra McGaha, Beth Winstead, Racheal White, Polly Burgener-Manager, Coach Richardson. 5-C, All e'f,:'z2.,f 6:-ffm if flwn' Wf 1 l lgwgiviw W, ,,,, yf ' 4 v 9 I 5 Qgzjf I x ,w, ff ,ff 'fffzf I fl' rt 2 'ai-at-at 2 8 ,fly 35 Sb. 1? ,644 5 1 Y f ,, 'lt "YK Q- , 143,17 EQ, ,,,., ,N -ff Et W4 61 If I of. M in -..-ff ll ? 3 320' 14 1 f fy W I f ffm W' ,af W , I-rv If Zi' ' ' ,fn ZW? if 5 w ffl? ,ff ff gr WM, nn 7 K W, , W I ,fag f f .fyf f 4X fff if av.: W , I, ecsf .t - f , E v VL K Q? :I r l VV , , A, . M f f efwyff M 4 ,Q gf f f " Y ,X , wwf wa 4 , Xa f yfff 'Wfw fff 'Z' if 5 ef pw 4 f 'wif f y Y 4-ff I , Y 7 ff Zf L f ' Sq yy Y' I f, , ' -A at Amiga' I VARSITY SOCCER Sitting Kevin Snelling Brian Shawver Jeff Rasmussen, Tony S1nger,joe Short Kneeling jon Shawver Bobby Perryman jack Harmon Brett Lewis, Gary Cooley Todd Calhoon Standrn 8 Coach Lucht Greg Simmons Randy Young Rod Clark Clint n Goodson, Mickey Latham Dari Raines, Eddie Stroup VARSITY BASKETB LL Kneeling Dean Nash Bobby Perryman, Kevin Snelling John Cooley Todd Calhoon Standing Jon Shawver Manager Randy Young Rod Clark Clint Goodson Darin Raines, jack Harmon, Coach Montgomery VARSITY BASEB LL Sitting: Bobby Perryman joe Short Tony Singer Danny Sartain. Kneeling: Beth Winstead- Manager Mike Semrick Greg Simmons, Brian Shawver Darrin Jennings, Polly Burgener- Manager. Standing: Kendra McGaha john Cooley Randy Young Darin Raines jon Shawver Todd Calhoon Gary Cooley. Back Row: Coach Lucht Coach Montgomery Coach Berry. mfg: , success is MEASURED L i. gf or o THE ' scomsso RD, B TI THE HE RT- "Wm , L E. Q ,WM -,Adds v , . .'." . 1 ,. Y , if , up-gy, .4 U C K. em v9 ffaiwp, gy. .4 2 1,2 angel H1 , ., , ,M " -,g fr Wwe N W . s . "Hg Rafi. z t't31gf6vJ.M 4 J irxlgwfrfteyxy .vyrfvfl q ,, H- 5 , ,W-, 'vow 5 W 1 'St aa ei V' ne J f J' ws? N J A? a 4 YL ' 'K , 'Y ri' E, . s ' 'Y-Qi 1 Q , sxapm ,442 V M rvii 3 E ut . M., -V? .. wa. ' irq any - w. W? a X Englewood Soccer 1985 Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood 2 Northwest 0 1 North Kansas City 3 0 Ruskin 4 0 OHara 3 0 Liberty 2 4 Lutheran 1 1 Truman 4 1 Ward 3 O Lutheran 3 0 Barstow 4 O Ft. Osage 3 1 Savior 3 3 Savior 2 6 Piper 2 3 Savior 1 1 Washington 2 0 Ward 2 0 Lutheran 2 O Sacred Heart 1 O lmmaculata 4 0 LaMonte 1 0 Barstow 2 "LEARNING IN EVERYTHING IS KEY TO SUCCESS," COACH ERICKSON QQ' I 09 uv. V wan! , 1 'Q .f in J ew A 013 -.ci-,,M Girls Varsity Basketball Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood 1985-1986 25 Orrick 41 21 Kingsville . 26 Z6 Clinton ,IV 431 21 Calhoun 28 30 Lone lack 55 18 KCCSA 2.4 15 Archie 59 Z0 Drexel 52 31 Wellington 48 39 Orrick 52 17 Crest Ridge 61 20 Cass Midway 61 IB Lutheran 68 15 Barstow 52 15 Crest Ridge 49 Z4 Orrick 43 28 Pembroke 24 Z7 Concordia 45 19 Lutheran 64 29 Barstow 63 40 Pembroke 20 Z3 Lone jack 49 -F . Q t .E L A K X. ' J... A '21, J, Middle picture: Bottom row: Jennifer Q, ' ' Q ' A Vcnable, jill Egcrton, Ede Fletcher, An- R "' - 'f 'jf Q gela Ross, Polly Burgc-ner. Middle row: ' 9 . - 'qlhf N ' - ' ' Tamm Barchers Rachel White, Sheia .5 x ' - I Coach Richardson did a good job Y f . , Y' I fly with her girl's volleyball team this lgifgid'ryfnSA5gr32E?"QQ5':5yRl3i2:x' V . -L .ff I 1 seasfon' A big. part of the team were Patti Aldridge, Beth Winstead, Brid- V.i A .' seniors Cristi Coulter and Teanna gene Campbell Christa Matheson, N0ffiSf Pictured af bottom' Kendra McCaha, Coach Richardson. I , g ' 5.5! ' ' ,Msg w J 'le gwf, l 31 ya I X , 5 - : JQQQM o f s f 1 f Li, x 1 if Q,-li H A .Ll " l xi , 3 Y-J . , 0 I . " w V5 ' 2' l - A A: " ' it f Q 5 r K W T V L ' f ? , l -5 vp f. x f ' 1 ld J A 1 ' , V X. ' Ex ' 'X wg- A A 'A f ,. T, x fa 'Ns v I 7, . 4 V 4, A l N x -,S l X s I 54-' 1 1 Af A ,Y ,Af The Varsity girls had a good season. They started off as a new team that was very talented. The early going was a little tough for them but they pulled through as a "Team." A big win over Lutheran, 15-11, 15-9, allowed them to capture a tie for the Metro Conference championship. Kelley Love and Teanna Norris gained all-conference 1st team honors. Buffie Bollinger was named to the Metro 2nd team. if fr 1 .7 I 445.7 .rfggt . sig, .7 Jill 1 '56 mnifer ' er, An- le row: . Sheila White, l oyster, ' K 1 F' , Brid- theson, I: dson. .5 - V 5 i S E r t F R M, 5 t' -3 l S F w 2, I 9 5 I .- ff ' s L 4 2 A , 4 4 Ct 7TH GRADE BASKETBALL Back Row: Tommy Clark, Joe Hankins, Danny Tibbs, Brian Morrill, Mike Lauck, Front Row: Neil Temples, Steve Smart, Chris Smallwood, Ray Buzzard. IR. VARSITY BASKETBALL Back Row: Brian Shawver, Gary Cooley, Mickey Latham, Mike Semrick, Steve Venable, Tony Singer, joe Short, Coach Erickson Front Row: Chuck Harris, Steve Washam, Greg Simmons, Mike Dirck, Danny Renfro. IR. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Back Row: Wayne Royster Manager, Bridgette Campbell, Beth Winstead, Kendra McCaha, Coach Richardson. Front Row: Patti Aulridge, Christa Matheson, Rachel White, Polly Burgener. ,sf yllu 1 'Z 1 the 1985-1986 basketball team was a team of opti- mism at the beginning of the season. Due to gradu- ation there were no returning starters from the pre- vious year. Although there was not a lot of varsity experience on the team, most of the players had played together on the junior varsity team. The team worked very hard in practice to be the best that it could be. The retreat at Marshall and the "I Can" Clinic got the season rolling on a positive note. One of the bright spots of the season came in the Leeton tournament when the team was seated seventh out of eight teams. The team ended up taking second place in the tourna- ment, losing to St. Pauls in the championship game 61 to 47. The team finished the season with a 12-12 re- cord. rg .s. iii ,f 81"-' .- 1 The cheerleading squad offered a lot of spirit. When the teams were down they , I tried to cheer them up. Spirit days helped I get all the students aware and involved in ' the season. A poster making party for the courtwarming game also raised alot of , Q enthusiasm. The cheerleaders decorated the ll ' gym for the courtwarming game. They , spent a lot of hard work and time to make sure courtwarming was a success 1 .1 ,N 'V v K .ff ' 5 If M I, '. Members of the cheerleading squad were Dawn Hughes, Kaylleen Danner, Rachel White, Angela Ross, jamee Snelling, Beth Winstead and Rachel Kendrick. Pictured individually are Dawn Hughes, Kaylleen Danner, and Angela Ross. +i- ' ,-rr. '--'ffi ' ,.,:-xg . , L ' I X- . . nh- ' N 1:--' ' . ' " 17- 1 A 'Q .215-1' l N ' . ' ' ' ' lt J 4. WU. . 1 4 .1 J N-.. :lf 2 ui -.1-gvxzvr-"fi A ., ' f'f:L,. , , sf sa- -'f't'v'.4i, . 'AZN 1 ' I .n Ziff? f ., 4 xr if 1 1, .Ill 1 .x 'MN .Rag 1 l 'Cr X ,wisp 5 eil" K N The Cheerleaders put on rou- tines during halftime of sev- eral games. They were re- sponsible for the planning of all parts of courtwarming. Pictured individually are Ra- chel Kendrick, Jamee Snell- ing, and Beth Winstead. Q f I l ' .......-. H.. . 4 k M s W1 M Q, af , WM. E m , , g.,,,fZ1 0 ' 'f 4,f,,f , , C 4 iff, ACTIVITIES , KM! I .agar nqg':.-1 wfzmwf ' ,fi I f f'3ff1w'?f 505' , ,44.awv' 1,7 , fff ,,QV.5Vgge45yf vffgfl' . qmf , bf-if , ,,k,. 5' f I I 5 ' 1 zfniwzw , fwfr , ' if' ' . ww, ' V "h' 'K ' ,n MWC fL,"' ' f Some of the students participated in many organizations such as Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The few meetings that were held were in the evenings at one of the members home. Officers were elected to lead the group. Bob Perryman served as president, Darin Raines was the vice- president, and serving as secretaryftreasurer was Kay een Danner. The group planned activities to participate in such as playing miniature golf, goincg to haunted houses, and atten ing FCA day at the Chiefs game. The 1985-86 National Honor Society was sponsored by Mrs. Natalie Edwards. Dean Nash was appointed resident of the organization, witff Randy Young as vice-president, Janie Davidson as secretary, and Teanna Norris as treasurer. The organization sponsored a food drive for "We Are the City", and a junior- Senior field day. The field day was held at Lake jacomo and included such activities as frisbee football, softball, capture the flag, and a scavenger hunt. This year was the first year for Englewood to have a golf team. The team was organized by Coach Mark Erikson and participated in three tournaments. Two of the tournaments were held at Barstow, and one was held at Maranatha. Left to right: Greg Kindber , Randy Youn , Coach Mark EriEson, Rod ClarE, and Danny Sartain. 125.7-2.4-W T Viewing if-Q-.- t if in we, sg-sw .K I HP v ffl' YY. A r lrrfkfi ,, 1 f I x N I A x f 5 f ' 4' , 5 'f I ' 4,0f::.g,j.ji..gifjjjf ,S " 'W 9, ff . , V55 K., , ,,. A. f -., t , '35 A my f 'Y .Z Z f f if ' Q, X V' fe, 'T fit ,pus 1 . m f fra. 'egg uv ,lm 1 VM 1 , tw v v 'K .qi 'Mt w 4 Q I. .3 wt,.nmH M wW,,,.1,H . , -, ,, f , g 'fgiilfflu' ' Q. if . My . -f- rx . 71 I ,fi M , ,V r F ' 7'v,f'3,': 'xagf fwwm a ta ,W ,, , ., M, -f ef I A ,X , ..,f . .A .. f 1 This year's drama class worked very hard at developing their talents in acting. They performed puppet shows and mimes in class. At the end of the year, the class performed three shows for the school, Noah's Ark was acted out for elementary chapel and "Keeper of the Birds" and "Mountaintop" was performed on two evenings for all to attend. Mrs. Johnson sponsored the group and directed the plays with Janie Davidson assisting her as assistant director. The other students involved were: Steven Pauley, Melinda Shadwick, Bridgette Campbell, Wayne Rouster, Robin Toles, Greg McCarty, Robert Copeland, Rachel Kendrick, and Steve Washam. top: Climatic point of "Mountaintop" middle-left: Lead, Greg McCarty is accompanied by Janie Davidson and Tami Cantwell. middle right: Love blossoms between Laura played by Robyn Toles and Neil played by Robert Copeland in "Keeper of the Birds". bottom: The drama class with instructor Mrs. Johnson The Courtwarming royal court was named at the banquet. The Queen and King were seniors Crista Gull and Bobby Perryman. juniors Ranell Hunt and Darin Raines were crowned Princess and Prince. The sophomore and freshman attendants included Kayleen Danner, Gary Cooley, Jamee Snelling, and Mike Semrick. Everyone had an enjoyable evening. Although no pictures were available, the junioresenior banquet was another enjoyable evening of fun and fellowship, The banquet was held at the Marriott in Overland Park, Kansas. Entertainment was provided by the magician David Buttram. The juniors gave their prophecies for the Seniors, and the seniors gave wills to the juniors. The evening closed with a slide show. "FRIENDS ARE FRIENDS FOREVER" "Packing up the dreams God's planted, in the fertile soil of you. Can't believe the hopes He's granted, means a chapter in our life is through. But we'll keep you close as always, it won't even seem you've gone. 'Cause our hearts in big and small ways will keep the love that keeps us strong. With the faith and love He's given, springin' from the hopes we know. We will pray the joy you live in is the strength that now you show. But we'll keep you close as always, it won't even seem you've gone. 'Cause our hearts in big and small ways will keep the love that keeps us strong. Cause friends are friends forever if the Lord is Lord of them. And a friend will not say never cause the longin will not end. Though it's harfto let you go, in the Father's hands we know, that a lifetimes not to lon to live as Eiendsf' Michael W. Smith at top: Randy Young and Dean Nash, center, l. to r.: Missy Henderson and Christi Coulter, Melinda Shadwick and Bridget Campbell, bottom: Darin Iennings and lon Shawver " . Q L- L u' A' ..,.r A ix L' if N .L ' - A' .3 Q: 1 , riabgmzary. T f n Yr IDX:---un Sunday 12:30- 5:30 The Peacock Pavifion Gourmet hine ' E 'e MON- 30A -5.4: FRI, ' 30'W' 'Nfl W SU, 'V O ' eff' ,-,, .L-ff" 'QF- w 'W M 14 ,, ,- 991 nal 'n r'-fr gr ,M , ',3"""' f I -. 'W .ff . I' IBM FWZ' , -wmv.-, . f . WWF W I 1 fr: y NW :Ju ' ' z A . 5. .. t.. 3, . 'Z fr G ii, R1 'K QJIF 'nu , . "L-ff "BEST FRIENDS" "Friends will go anywhere with you. Friends share the good and the bad. The times that I share with my best friend are the best times I ever had. Whenever it's cold, dark, and lonely. whenever my heart breaks in two, and I needed somebody to hold me, the love of a good friend comes through. When I'm facing the mountain of worry that some people don't understand. A friend will stay right there beside me willing to give me a hand. Whenever I'm down and discouraged, the love of a friend never ends. My life's so much better for having a life of good love and good friends. Wherever my life seems to take me, God knows how to answer my prayer. If I'm needing somebody to talk KO, a new friend will somehow be there. Friends will go anywhere with you, friends who really do care. The times I really needed a friend my best friend has always been there. at Top: Tom Caffrey and Greg Kindberg Center: Teanna Norris and Christine Thurman Bob Pnrryman and Chuck Montgomery Bottom- Crista Cull and Kim Robnnson DOUG'S DODGE Western Missouri's Highest Volume Van And Truck Dealer 1700 South Noland Road Independence, MO. 64055 1816, 833-2100 C me see us at Dougs Dodge and let us earn your business! , fe -ee 3 Xffff X R 4 , an 5 q,,,,.,:s X , ,F 1 5 f ' A g. W QEIQ K 1 X ff 1' f "D" A X I is I4 ifg-we X a X V ef 2 X1 1 jllff ,L I 1 Kennys Trash Service ...."PRA1SE THE 1.0RD1"... 257-0110 PLEASE cALL - Barone aroo A.M. - AFTER etoo rum. 16711 East 24 Highway Independence, Mo. 64056 pe 646606014 tezlcnewooo run p'l'C46'uJQf6b0!4f A AND M CLEANERS W 10501 East Truman Independence, Missour' Free Pick Up Pl10nE: 252-371. at Delivery 4, t QW ,. Iggsllllltll QIIT lif1Q1I,tiLl,u S: .I 15119 lt ln nl I fl r Tru C k Qlnhepcnhrnce Jlqiggum-5 Ulgis is tn Cflnriifg that CLASS OF 1986 has suiisfncturilg :nmplcieh the :nurse nf zfuhg przscriheh bg the X- 5 youth uf Srhunl pireriurs fur this Qfligh Schunl snh 8 45 ,veg-X 1 , in testimum t erm-nf is ainurheh 1 is L Teanna Gay Norrls Secretary Ed d Nash Darin Scott lennings Pregrant Vlce President T Y E a SALE EVERY DE L R5 WEDNESDAY A E KC . Q 5 1100 Elmwoodgz-.u C t Kansas, City, Mo. 64127 JAMES E IJIMJ ORR I GENERAL 8161 241-2614 MANAGER JIM MITCHELL S MOTOR MART 145 E. 40 Hwy 252-0909 h d A Q ' CHRYSLER , M r - Lt' THE GREAT HIGHWAV PERFORMERS I i !! H E v I T +- 2 :fRi3u'Ql'1', - . W 5 - ' Q - as 4 -4- , 1437 . 'W 'W . - infix i N! I J 1U!'l1OHS 1 ' - . ," ' m W " , 5 f f Q, Q ' ' H , ,Y I Q ., Q52 .jj , I X X 599i 31,4 Q ff 5' .2 .,, ,xfxkr M. f .Xi fx gn. 224.3 gel fi H ...1 ,vase I .5 8 'Fi N '31 - 'fg- fisiizzffx . Or Q51 , m , K V VI Q? AZ TIMES TO REMEMBER -f p, KIM Q." , l Jr my rf ev 4 'I' S' "' "-. ' 1 1 I iid N lliillh l B M I u 'V 1 ' .. ' ' ' e ,Ni . V' s " ...J 1. Amie Hayes and Tricia Felix listen intensely as lon lordon explains his Science Fair project to them. 2. Bobby and Chuck laugh as they exchange graduation announcement cards. 3. Danny Tibbs and Chris Smallwood do a little space exploration through Chris's project on the solar system. 4. Kendra is very selfish when it comes to cream filled long johns. S, jeff Baker works very hard at keeping his locker nice and neat. 6. Courtwarming was a night that no one will forget. 7. Greg Kimberg prepares for a date with Leslie Laster. 8. Rich Frazier works hard on his ceramic project. 9, DeeDra O'Dell looks for her daily Bible devotion. 'fi-EZ? '35 fw ' V 0 4- ,-QQ fm 1. High finance with jenny Cunningham April Gibbs, and Mike Dirck in Mr. Ericksons Introduction to Social Studies class. Z. Mike and john make a deal about a money matter. 3. April Gibbs, the economic genius at work. 4. Buffie is attempting to play ping-pong although taking the risk of breaking a nail, in a grueling girl's P.E. class. 5. Tricia Felix plays hide-n-gnsseek with the photographer of E L S. Ray Buzzard plays hippity-hop during school. 7. Danny Tibbs and Brian Morrill spot a bird in the sky perhaps a turkeyl? FUN TIMES AT E.C.S Aj.,-A i X Y t r xA J-fvff r..v1WqQw T if lv, 'I Fl' --.ai 'X N iw,-aw. Y Q N Y I 4 Q L..-s...4l 5 1. Rich bullies jeffrey johnson, an under classmeng during "Nerd Day." 2. Mr. Mall Lathrom the professional typist. 3. The "Lone Seniors," Dawn and Todd. 4, Dawn, Danielle, and Steven: on the cutting edge of fashion fads. 5. Shelley Templeton corrects her numerous typing errors. 6. Randy, Clint, and Bobby soak up some sun, as par! of a 7th hour P.E. unit on "fun in the sun." -mm 'xtgffix 0 ' 4 Q1 v I 1' we f ,L ht. ,. I L. I , ,Vary-Q ww,- We ,Z , A an Nxt Su dag 1230 Sign 2 da!! Saturd -v'A"'i"1 ' gf , ' fy ff -1 Vs-an 'WZ9 MQW 1 N M 1. Mike and Dean discuss the "Star Wars" Plan, 2, Melinda and her buddie Bridgette hang around the Plaza . . Bobby Perryman, Mr. Sunshine with the Raisinettcs. .Tandra and justin, crown bearers For Courtwarniing ' . Darin Jennings makes the Turtle Trot! r . Presenting Cary Kubel on keyboards. . Rod, jeff, are wondering if Rrch's prayer for a miracle will ever come true. CLASS OF 2005 The ECS faculty for 1985'86 took God's admonition in Genesis 1:28 to "be fruitful and multiply" seriously! Three teachers were blessed with their first children during the year. Mary Theresa Plock arrived OH July 10, 1986 to Ellen and Wally Plockp Kate Ashley johnson was born November 21st, 1986 to Susie and Kenny lohnsong and staying with our theme, Matthew Dean Erikson arrived late, keeping his parents, Mark and Barb Erikson waiting until October 3rd, 1966. 'i t Q. qs 'I S,""i I TQ. X 1 fi LATE EDITION The 1985-1986 Shield, better known as the "Late Edition," was put to ether by the 1986- 1987 staff Through many hours of brain-wracking and hair-pulling experiences, the book was finalized by late Fall of 1986. It was an adventure and all staff members learned a valuable lesson - don't ro- crastinate! In looking bacf on the past year, we remember the good times that we shared and the lasting friendships that we've made. Thanks for a great year! The 1986-1987 Shield Staff Ranell Hunt, Editor, Tami Cantwell, Stacey Clark, john Cooley, Kelly Love, Darin Raines, Beth Winstead, Advi- sor, Bob Montgomery. WISHES This year saw a record 142 students enrolled in the high school and our bi gest class ever, 46 students in the 7tE grade! Alot of kids - alot of possi- bilities. One could look at it as crowded, or coz . Looking back leaves me with allot of "wishes" I wish the yearbook had been done on time. l wish Coach E. were coming back. I wish l had made more time for knowing you as individuals. My big- gest wish, though, is that the most important pur ose for ECS didn't get lost in the daily hassles -jesus loves you. lt's a cliche I know, but l feel it was shown to be much more than that by a faculty that was committed to care. l wish you the "best" - know- ing that the best is reserved for those who abound in the Lord. , , vt' ,Q X Q 5 X Irr- S ,Z ,J f If I 'sf' nf, Senesis 1:28 to e blessed with nrrived on july son was born aying with our parents, Mark ,I 1 Sf' ff, ,...M4wwf I ,I fl 1 N w H -x 4 I! ,w 1 3 W


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