Fostoria High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)
- Class of 1979
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About to be leveled after a short gain by a Tiffin Calvert player, is fullback Brian Chapman.
The 1978 FHS varsity football
team fought its way to a 5-4-1
record, bettering last year's mark
of 5-5. Coach Dick Kidwell's
teams are well known for their
defensive prowess, and this
1978 squad was no exception.
The season started against
arch-rival Bowling Green. The
Redmen's only touchdown came
late in the third quarter, when
quarterback Joe Hoover hit Phil
Sallisbury with a seven yard
scoring pass. That was all that
was needed, however, as the
defense held Bowling Green to
just 15 yards total offense, In this
game the Fostoria defense
showed its consistent domi-
nance over the FHS offense, a
trait that persisted throughout
I 8 Football
Sophomore Lowell Harris breaks into the secondary before running into a Bedford safety
Foofball feam achieves winning season
Fostoria's next opponent was
the Titans from Ottawa Glandorf.
The defense played well, but the
offense couldn't get going and
turned the ball over deep in their
own territory. These errors
proved costly as FHS went down
to defeat 19-13.
The Redmen got moving
against Tiffin Columbian, blast-
ing the Tornadoes by a 27-14
count. But just as soon as the
offense turned sweet, it went
sour again. Fumbles and mental
mistakes proved costly to the
Redmen as Tiffin Calvert
destroyed them 27-6. Fumbles
and mental mistakes proved
' costly to the Redmen in week
1 - The FHS offensive line is poised, ready to push back the opponent.
2 - VARSITY FOOTBALL:
Clront rowj Marc Lambert, Kevin Niswander, Phil Sallisbury, Tim Butcher, Ross North, Ray Foster, Mike Tucker, Tim Stahl, Joe Hoover,
Brian Chapman, Ed Cornell, John Wedge, John Moyer, Timi Kidwell. frow 21 Robin May, Tim Lee, Josh Goddard, Jamie Opperman, Rick
Pullom, Brad Stevens, John Pope, Jeff Latham, Clayton Moore, Billy Lawson, Pat Grine, Curt Barlekamp, Mike Colby, Jim Mclntyre,
Coach Dick Kidwell, Assistant Coach Coby Coburn. Crow 35 Bill Bowman, John Marshall, Brian Searles, Joe Johnson, Mark Lee, Eric
Brandt, Don Garbe, Jeff Hunker, Gregg Biddle, Bill Kentris, Greg Fisher, Lowell Harris, Mario Martinez, Gerardo Galvin, Coach Ted
Whited, Dan Boff, Coach Randy Richardson. Crow 41 Jim Gilliland, Jeff Mullins, Randy Hutchins, Troy Wade, David Anderson, Steve Hol-
man, Tom Butcher, Mike Grine, Dan Bolt, Mike Shane, Brian Barringer, Gather Cohen, Jim Thompson, John Hunt, Chuck Leonard,
Coaches Rick Earl, Tom Eikoll, and Robert Fiesel.
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Fostoria now moved into the
heart of their GLL schedule as
the next 5 out of 6 games were
league matches. Fostoria next
played once beaten Napolean,
who had just started their first
year in the GLL. The Redmen
baptized the newcomer by send-
ing them home beaten, 7-6. In
this game Fostoria allowed
Napoleon to score in the first
quarter, but held them scoreless
the rest of the way to bring Fos-
toria's record to 3-2.
Homecoming dawned the next
week, as Fostoria played host to
tough Lima Shawnee. ln another
defensive battle, the Ftedmen
pulled it out with Clayton
Moore's 35 yard field goal.
Finding themselves in a tie for
first, FHS now prepared to do
battle with Port Clinton.
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1 - Safetyman John Wedge looks on as his teammates surround a Bedford
2 - Fostoria players celebrate as junior tailback Billy Lawson scores
3 - Kickoff-returner Joey Johnson receives some last minute instructions
from Coach Kidwell.
Freshmen gain needed game experience
I - Ouarterback Joe Hoover sets to pass downfield, as Tiffin Calvert defenders close in,
2 - Coach Richardson looks on despairingly as his team is defeated.
3 -FBESHM EN FOOTBALL:
Cfront rowj Greg Gillian, Tim Switzer, Mike Smith, Monty Bott, Eddie Kelley, Steve Lehmann
Chris Hayes, Qrow 23 Tom Wangler, Mark Deerwester, Kyle Goddard, Luke Lewis, Mike
Keckler, Ed White, Tom Hiatt, Crow 35 Brian Tussinger, Ward Pritchard, Jeff Martin, Mike
McDonald, Dennis Brant, Kent Loomis, Tim Bockleman, frow 43 Brian Brown, Keith Walker,
Ted Mora, Steve Parsons, Kurt Gilts, Coach Eikoff, Coach Richardson,
Both teams fought up and
down the field, but in the end
nothing was settled as the game
ended in a 6-6 deadlock.
The FHS defense performed
brilliantly in a 23-O whitewashing
of Sylvania Northview, as they
tuned-up for the crucial game
with league-leader Oregon Clay.
Some hard hitting resulted in
the match-up, but Clay pulled it
out with late scores to beat the
Hopes of a league champion-
ship iurther diminished when the
Bedmen were beaten 39-29 by
Bedford. They finished the sea-
son with a 5-4-1 record.
Sfafe meef highlghfs harrier's season
The 1978 cross country team
posted a fine 7-3 duel and tri-
meet record, as they accepted
the challenge and made the trip
to Columbus for the second year
in a row.
Hometown rival Saint Wende-
lin was once again the opening
opposition for the Fiedmen. But
the Mohawks, along with visiting
Sylvania Northview, went back
home defeated. Tiffin Columbian
was next in line, but they stopped
the Ftedmen's winning streak at
two, beating FHS 35-20.
Next, the Ftedmen won three in
a row over Oregon Clay, Port
Clinton, and Upper Sandusky
before losing a close one to
league foe Napoleon, 28-27. The
harriers next blasted Bedford,
but Clyde ambushed them,
bringing the team's mark to 7-3.
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The team's effort faltered until
the sectionals, which they won.
They qualified for another trip to
the state, as they finished third at
districts. The Redmen put in a
fine showing there, as they
placed 12th out of the 17 best
teams in the state. Senior Chuck
Pullom led the Fiedmen as he tin-
ished 17th. For this and other
throughout the year, Pullom was
selected by his teammates as
Even with the loss of this
year's seniors, next year's team
should be promising with the
return of 5 Iettermen.
1 -1978 CROSS COUNTRY:
frow 1JCraig Baldwin, Nate Lynch, Chuck Pullom, Chris Reinhard, Stan Cohen, Tom Fellers, Mike Etzinger, Coach Carl Fisher. Crow 25
Bruce Barringer, John Leal, Chuck Loomis, Scott Shumaker, Lee Bowman, Jim Harger, Jett Joseph, Ivan Leavitt, John Zoll, Gordon
Grey, Jim Bowman, Mark Custer.
2 - Senior Chris Reinhard makes the turn and starts his second mile.
3 - Lori Bott and Mike Etzinger anxiously await the results in Columbus.
4 - Mike Etzinger, Nate Lynch, and Jim Harger make the drive lor home.
5 - Co-captain Stan Cohen reaches back for alittle extra as he makes the turn.
6 - Chuck Pullom strides powerfully along the course.
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Reserves repeaf as league champions
Equally impressive was the
junior varsity as they finished 5-1
in duel and tri-meets. The Red-
men started out by winning their
first three meets, beating Oregon
Clay, Port Clinton, and Upper
Sandusky. Napoleon next gave
the harriers their only loss of the
year as they beat FHS, 30-29.
Next the team beat Bedford
and Clyde quite convincingly to
finish the year at 5-1.
The Redmen avenged the loss
to Napoleon by defeating them
for the GLL title. This now makes
the third year in a row that the
junior varsity has won the GLL.
The team also finished first in the
Findlay and Tiffin lnvitationals
and second at the Shawnee Invi-
This year's reserves should
help next year's varsity in its
quest to make a third trip to
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1 - Nate Lynch pours it on at the linish line
2 - Mike Etzinger pushes hard to finish 31 st at the State Meet in Columbus
3 - Craig Baldwin passes an unidentified Clyde runner
Golfers drive fo disappoinf
Fostoria High's varsity golf team
finished with a disappointing 2-12
Leading the Redmen were co-
captains Doug Dennison and Bob
Lewe, as they averaged 84 and 86
Dennison was voted by his
teammates as MVP, and he also
took home the Booster Award.
Receiving second team ALL-GLL
honors, and winning the Rotary
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Other members of the team and
their averages were: seniors, Jon
Brough, 92: Jack Challin, 94: jun-
ior, Dale Storrer, 90: sophomores,
Tim Drake, 99: Jack Horner, 97:
and Bob Russell with a 99.
With only one Ietterman return-
ing next year, Coach Wilch and
the putters will have their work cut
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1 - Senior co-captain Bob Lewe garnered a
spot on the ALL-GLL team.
2 - VARSITY GOLF:
Randy Gerritsen, Jack Chalfin, Doug Denni-
son, Jon Brough, Dale Storrer, and Bob
3 - RESERVE GOLF:
Mark Dunn, Greg Rosales, Jack Horner, Bob
Russell, Tim Drake, and Stuart Murray.
4 - Driving his way to a spot on AA Sec-
tional team is senior Doug Dennison.
Pefe Schmidf named AD of fhe year
This year the Fall Sports Ban-
quet was highlighted by the
cross country and football
teams. Chuck Pullom received
the Most Valuable Player and
Booster Awards, while Chris
Reinhard won the Rotary Club
Scholastic Award in cross coun-
ln football, Ray Foster was
named Most Valuable Player by
his teammates, and Tim Stahl
took home the Booster Award.
Tim Butcher was presented with
the Carlos Jackson Award, while
the Scholastic Award went to
Perhaps the biggest award of
the night went to our athletic
director Pete Schmidt, as he was
named Athletic Director of the
Year in the state of Ohio.
1 - Receiving his MVP Award, from the
VFW representative, is senior Ray Fos-
2 - Awarded lor his scholastic achieve-
ment inthe classroom is John Wedge.
3 - Recognized as the best athletic
director in the state ot Ohio is Pete
4 - Receiving his scholastic award from
principal Dean Miller, is senior Chris
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Girls' fennis sfruggles fhrough season
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1 - FHS GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM:
flront rowj Amy Fast, Kathy Scharlach, Jenni Flemming, Julie Keilter, Linda Tong, Heather
Cameron, Nancy Bartunek. fback rowj Coleen Vogel, Meg Eynon, Missy Opperman, Jackie
Elsea, Barb Blose, Cami Gray, Kelly Conrad, Coach Janet Dalrymple.
2 - Jackie Elsea prepares to stroke a cross court torehand.
3 - Hitting the ball over the net from the baseline is senior Cami Gray.
Flain and altogether bad
weather hindered the girls' tennis
team as they posted a 3-7
This year Jackie Elsea and
Barb Blose held the first two sin-
gles spots. During the sectionals,
however, Jackie and Meg Eynon
held down the first two singles
spots. They advanced past the
first round along with the doubles
teams of Kelly Conrad and Linda
Tong, and Cami Gray and Barb
Blose, but all were defeated in
the second round.
This year was a rebuilding one
as most of the team was com-
posed ol juniorsiand sopho-
mores. The lone senior player
this year was Cami Gray. With
the return ot several Iettermen
and many talented reserves, Fos-
toria should be very competitive.
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Volleyball fealm seesaws fhro ugh season
1 -VARSITY VOLLEYBALL:
Crow ly Coach Anna Simcox, Julie
Kelly. Crow 23 Laurie Baldwin, Kim
Fant, Lynette Pryor, Carol Smith. Crow
39 Tina Deuble, Peggiy Flechtner, Lisa
Rinehart, Beth Bulkovvski, Laurie Deer-
2 - RESERVE TEAM:
Cleft sidej Sonia Temrne, Jeri Warman,
Gail Daugherty, Sheila Burk, Denise
Nye, Carol Rupert. Cright sidej Sandy
Guernsey, Sheryl Eiirkmire, Nancy
Wilch, Carla Myers, Sherry Warman.
Cmiddlej Jean Foust Coach Corrine
3- Nancy Wilch waits tor the ball to come down
4 - Coach Anna Simcox discusses the plan for the crucial third game
5 - Kim Fant charges the net as Tina Deuble sets the ball
6 - Sending the ball over the net is senior Peggy Flechtner
7 - Lisa Rinehart falls to her knees to make a save
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Under new head coach Anna
Simcox, the FHS girls' volleyball
team seesawed to a 7-8 record.
Teamwork was the key in this
year of rebuilding for the team,
as they lost four seniors to grad-
uation. The girls relied heavily
upon themselves as they did not
possess a star player that they
could turn to.
As the result of hard work put
in by the girls, three players were
recognized with league honors.
Lisa Rinehart was awarded a
spot on the first team, while Tina
Deuble and Laurie Deerwester
received second team and hon-
orable mention honors, respec-
Even with the loss of three
seniors this year, next season
looks to be one of improvement
as a fine bunch ot reserves
advance to varsity status.
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ftront rowj Tracy Spencer, Dan Burk, Scott Nye, Joe Browning, Mike Naus, Chuck Pullom, Jon Brough, fback rowj Head Coach Jim Bai-
ley, assistant coach Chris Leforge, Scott Griffin, Greg Bogard, Joe Urquhart, Nate Lynch, George Tucker, Jeff Latham, assistant coach
Carl Fisher, trainer John Tinsman, manager Roger Cochran.
The 1978-79 varsity basketball team,
under the direction of head coach Jim
Bailey, posted a dismal 4-16 record.
inconsistency, inexperience, and turn-
overs plagued the Fledmen throughout
the year. These problems, coupled with
mental mistakes caused the team to lose
many close games. Often the Fiedmen
were in a position to win, but let victory
slip through their hands in the last
moments ofthe game. '
The roundballer's first game with Fre-
mont Boss set the tone forthe rest of the
year. ln this matchup the Redmen,
though trailing, hung close for most of ,
the game. The team staged a comeback
in the last quarter, only to lose in the final "" J
seconds of play. This behavior started a
' trend that lasted for the first twelve ,i
games. D Q 3
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The Ftedmen found the poise that they had
been lacking since the beginning of the season
as they nipped Lakota 53 51 for their elusive first
win Fl-lS was down by as much as 14 points
before making a furious and successful come
back in the waning moments ln this game Fosto
na s defense played perhaps its finest game of the
season forcing Lakota into numerous turnovers
FHS split the next two out of four games by
blasting Eastwood 58 44 and by sneaking by
Elmwood 60 58 in double overtime
Fostoria ended the season on a sour note as
they lost to Sylvania Northview 53 35 finishing
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1 Dan Burk stops a Bedford player from driving down the
2 Studying the opponent s defense for a possible opennng
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3 Tracy Spencer lets fly with a shot over Delta s zone
4 Coach Jim Bailey discusses fourth quarter strategy
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1 - Steadying himself tor a tout shot is Scott Nye,
2 - Senior Joe Browning drives by a Clay player
1or an apparent two points.
3 - Making a break for the basket is junior Nate
4 - Jett Latham drives in 1or the shot.
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"Our record was very deceptive," said coach Carl Fisher
of the Fostoria reserve basketball team. "We should have
won more games than we did." The Fostoria junior-varsity
squad finished the season with a 5-13 record. The team was
a tough competitor on numerous occasions, losing approxi-
mately six games in the final moments of play.
1 - Mike Naus lets loose with a shot over the outstretched arm of a Clay
2 - Trying to break loose forthe inbounds pass is junior Joe Urquhart.
3 - Nate Lynch observes several players as they scramble tor a loose ball.
4 - Attempting to trap the opponent are Scott Nye and Joe Browning,
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Reserves offer hope for nexf season
The reserve team's depth, which was their strongest tea-
ture, was weakened by the seemingly endless number of ""'-'
turnovers and injuries. They played thirteen AAA schools,
and with the exception of the Port Clinton game, provided '
still competition for their opponents.
Coach Fisher said, "lf the players ofthe reserve team work -"
hard over the summer vacation, I feel they will benefit the '
varsity program in the next two years."
1 - Trying to muscle up a shot is freshman Jett Joseph.
2 - Warming up before the game is an important aspect.
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Crow 19 Jett Warman, Rick Brown, Ray Uballe, Joe Johnson, Jell Joseph, Bob Russell, Bob Fittro, Crow 23 Don Garbe, Dan Boll, Chuck
Loomis, Brian Barringer, Mike Grine, Brian Searles, Tim Drake, Bruce Barringer, Coach Carl Fisher.
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I - Setting up tor a shot is sophomore
2 - Going up tor a runaway layup is Ray Uballe.
3 - Running tor a loose Dall is sophomore Brian
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Baffered freshmen hope for beHer season.
frow U Manager Ward Pritchard, Ftay Stein, Tim Munger, Monty Bott, Chris Kurikteman, Todd Helms, Kenny Holmes, Stuart Murray, Crow
23 Manager Jett Martin, Mark Deerwester, Kent Loomis, Mike McDonald, Brian Brown, Scott Springer, Tim Bockteman, Tim Switzer, Mark
Dunn, Coach Randy Richardson.
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The loss of many experienced
players created many problems
for this year's squad of girls' bas-
ketball as they ended the season
1-11. As expected much of the
year was spent rebuilding and
developing team cohesiveness.
Their solitary win was against
the Lakota Raiders. In this game
the lead changed hands many
times before Fostoria prevailed
37-35. Laurie Deerwester and
Jeri Warman led the girls' offen-
sive splurge in the final moments
of the game. This was perhaps
the girls' finest game of the year,
as they played with intensity and
Providing the scoring punch
for the girls throughout the year
were Michelle Lindsay and Lisa
Rinehart. Lindsay also led the
team in rebounding and was
closely followed by Peggy
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Crow 1fi Laurie Deerwester, Tina Deuble, Denise Nye, Jean Fousf, LuAnn Dyer, Crow 25 Peggy Flechtner
Lisa Rinehart. Michelle Lindsay, Sheryl Birkmire. Crow 35 Ms Corrine Cahlik, Jeri Warman, Yvette Anez
Miss Marsha Biller.
2 - LuAnn Lambright and Tracy Longacre, along with the rest ol the team, warm up lor the game.
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1 Peggy Flechtner was a big plus lor the team under the boa
2 - Named to the Drstrict 7 All-Star squad is Lisa Rinehart.
3 - Muchelle Lindsay charges the ball upcourt,
4 - Denise Nye pulls up for a short jumper.
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Reserves look forward fo nexf season
The girls' reserve squad sut-
fered through a 2-10 season,
under Coach Marsha Biller.
Sandy Guernsey and LuAnn
Lambright led the squad in scor-
ing as the girls spent most of the
year learning the rules and tech-
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Qrow 15 LuAnn Dyer, Denise Nye, Amy Richards, Luann Larnbright, Crow 25 Tracy Longacre
Lynda McCarley, Martha Tolento, Kim Stearns, Crow 35 Coach Corrine Cahlik, Gail Daugh-
erty, Linda Ftosales, Sheryl Birkmire, Sandy Guernsey, Julie Kelley, Coach Marsha Biller.
2 - Martha Tolento starts her move to the basket,
3 - Talking over pre-game strategy with her team is Marsha Biller.
4 - Sheryl Birkmire led the reserves in rebounding and scoring.
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The FHS varsity wrestling
squad tought its way to a 5-5
season against top-notched
The Bedmen opened the sea-
son slowly as they dropped their
first three out of tour matches.
They quickly regrouped to win
the next four out ot tive matches,
bringing their record to 5-4. ln
this stretch Fostoria was victori-
ous over the always tough Arca-
dia Redskins and the Oregon
Clay Eagles. Hopes fora winning
season were dashed as they lost
to once beaten Sycamore
' Mohawk, 37-23.
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tournament with hopes ot plac-
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Crow 23 John Knox, Jim Mclntyre, Steve Lehmann, Curt Reinhard, Tim Lee, Brian Chapman,
1 - Bill Bowman defeats his opponent in his second outing.
third, this hope was realized as
Bill Bowman and Brian Chapman
were crowned individual champi-
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Five wrestlers achieved out-
standing records this season.
Seniors Cal Parks, C12-25 and
Curtis Reinhard C12-iYalong
with heavyweight Josh Goddard
Q12-25, helped lead the team
throughout the year. Bill Bow-
man and Brian Chapman
recorded perfect C14-OJ marks as
they led the team in victories.
These wrestlers, along with a
lew others, have an excellent
chance of reaching the district
1 - Brian Chapman grapples his way to
an undeleated season.
2 - Struggling to gain an advantage is
3 - Freshman Nick Nomina gains valua-
ble experience as the season
4 - John Marshall seizes the upper
hand against his opponent.
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The FHS reserve wrestling
squad, under the direction of
Coach Kidwell, grappled to a 2-8
The team started the year on
an up note as they placed sec-
ond, behind Fremont St. Joe, in
the Tiffin Reserve Tournament.
Greg Rosales led the Redmen as
he finished first in his weight
class by pinning all three of his
Richard Capetillo, Gordie
Gray, Tim Lee and Brad Stevens
all finished third.
The grapplers' matches were
all close victories, but victory
would not come their way.
Many of the reserves are
expected to move up to the var-
sity level next year.
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1 - Sophomore Greg Rosales struggles
to pin his opponent.
2 - Chuck Leonard attempts a take-
3 - Marc Lambert signals his pleasure
over a victory.
Crow 13 Richard Capetillo, Greg Rosales,
Steve Boulton, Marc Lambert, Crow 21
Brad Stevens, Ed Kelly, Nick Nomina,
Dennis Brandt, Robbie Long.
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During the 1978-79 school year cheerleading took
on a new look. Instead of having one squad for the
entire year, there were two squads - one for fall sports
and one for winter sports.
According to cheerleading advisor, Mrs. Musgrave,
the system was implemented to allow more girls to par-
ticipate in cheerleading. The idea proved to be very
beneficial and plans are to continue the system next
Both the fall and winter squads did a fine job of pro-
moting school spirit this year. Hours of practice were
spent working on new cheers and black light routines.
Through the use of many creative and innovative pep
rallies and two different spirit weeks, the girls managed
to generate enthusiasm throughout the school.
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Shelley Amy Kathy and Cindy promote enthusiasm at a pep assembly.
Cindy Smith keeps the spirit flowing at an FHS football game.
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1 - VARSITY WINTER CHEERLEADERS:
Chantay Newman, Melinda Heykoop, Melanie Zirger,
Robin Wilson, Laurie Bott, and Kathi Bartunek.
2 - Amy Zimmerman, Melinda Heykoop, and Laurie
Bott display their spirit on '5O's day.
3 - Reserve cheerleader Kristy Bogard takes ner work
4 - The winter squads encourage the student body to
participate at a pep rally.
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RESERVE WINTER CHEERLEADERS:
Nancy Bartunek, Shelly Hotlman, Meg Eynon, Amy Zimmerman, and Kristy Bogard.
FRESHMAN WINTER CHEERLEADERS:
Jenni Flemming, Julie Keilfer, Kathy Scharlach, and Rachel Gonzales.
1 - Melanie Zirger sets a good example for students during
2 -- Nancy Bartunek and Shelly Hotlman also enioyed 50's
3 - The reserve squad turns or. the enthusiasm during a
iso E. souih si. Cheedwding 45
Boys' frack GLL secfional champs
Enjoying a 7-1 duel meet
record, the 1978 FHS boys' track
team is by far Coach Ted Whit-
ed's best, The Redmen capped a
fine season by running away with
the AA Sectional and GLL track
This marks the second year in
a row that Fostoria has been
The team also placed first in
the Fostoria and Whitmer Relays,
and the Findlay Invitational. FHS
also placed second out of 27
schools at the Blade Flelays.
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1 - The passing ofthe baton is very important as shown here by Jeff Latham handing oft to Billy Lawson
2 - Warming up for a league meet i senior Flay Foster
3 - Senior Tim Stahl is a steady perlormer tor the Redmen in both the discus and the shot put
46 Boys' Track
Had it not been for sickness
during the district meet, the Red-
men may have been a serious
challenger for the state title. But
it was not to be as FHS finished a
Chuck Pullom was the lone
representative at the state meet,
where he placed eighth in the
one mile. For this and other
throughout the year, Chuck was
selected by his teammates as
This year's team has its work
cut out for it if it hopes to repeat
the 1978 cindermen's accom-
3 Senior John Wedge shows us his classic form that has netted him many a victory.
Boys' Track 47
FHS girls' fraok enjoys winning season
No fewer than nine records fell
to the 1978 Girls' track team as
they raced to a 4-2 duel meet
Not only did they break
records but the girls placed sec-
ond at the Fostoria Relays and
third at the Blade and Tiffin
Relays. Fostoria also placed third
behind Bowling Green and
league champ Bedford in the
The Redmen came in third in
both the sectionals and district
meets, but advanced Kristy
Bogard, Cami Grey, and Betty
Jackson to the state meet.
The girls put in a fine showing
for themselves as they finished
high in the standings.
48 Girls' Track
Bogard, then a freshman, ran
in the hurdles competition and
placed third in her heat of the
semi-finals. Cami Gray placed
14th in the 440 yard dash. Betty
Jackson, making her fourth
appearance in Columbus, fin-
ished her outstanding career at
FHS by taking third in discus and
fifth in shot.
Three awards were given last
year to the girls. Betty Jackson
received MVPg Kristy Bogard
won the Ftookie's Awardg and
Mary'Stevens was given the
Since 22 Iettermen return, the
1979 team should be just as
good as last year's.
- Making the handoff is senior Kathy Hunt.
- Heading lor the tape is senior Cami Gray.
- Chantay Newman shows us her form as she strides a hurdle.
- Posing forthe camera is the 440 yard relay team of Kristy Bogard, Kathy Hunt, Kim
Fant and Betty Jackson.
Girls' Track 49
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GIRLS' SWIM TEAM1 BOYS' SWIM TEAM:
Cbottomj Jill Kisabeth, Leslie Partee, Laurie Riser, fmiddlej Mike Bartchlett, N, Craig Baldwin, David Anderson.
Nancy Wilch, Laurie Baldwin, Tracy Longacre, ftopj Linda
Rosales, Amy Richards, Michelle Baney, Brenda Alspach. 3 - Dave Rinehart Performs a quick maneuver in the air.
4 - Laurie Riser swiftly glides through the water on the backstroke
1 - Mike Bartchlett stretches out with a 300 yard warm-up.
2 - "Swimmers, take your mark, BANG!" Go, David Ander-
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Baseball feam suffers defensive lapses
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1 - VARSITY BASEBALL:
tback rowJ Coach Steve Russell, Brian Dawson, Joel Swinehart, Rick Sallisbury, Scott Nye,
Brian Chapman Kevin Shumaker Joe Hoover Thom Loomis Ctront row Mana er Scott Shu
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maker, Kevin Niswander, Jamie Opperman, Randy Gerritsen, Doug Dennison, Phil Sallisbury,
Bart Lombardy, Gregg Morgan, and Manager Tom Dyer.
2 - Junior Kevin Niswander is just one ol the lettermen returning this year.
3 - Phil Sallisbury is expected to be an outstanding outfielder this year.
4 - Junior Scott Nye is expected to lead the Redmen pitching corps.
Defensive lapses in the late
innings proved to be the FHS
varsity baseball team's downfall
as they experienced a tough sea-
son with a 5-9 record.
The big bats ot Brian Chap-
man, Scott Nye, and Rick Sallis-
bury kept the team close through
most of their games.
Many of the games were
decided by a single run, and with
a little luck the Redmen could
have had a winning season.
Five Redmen players took GLL
honors last year. Brian Chapman
and Doug Dennison received
second team honors as they led
the team in hitting and fielding,
respectively. Seniors Thom
Loomis, Rick Sallisbury, and
Kevin Shumaker received honor-
able mention honors.
Seven lettermen and many tal-
ented reserve players are return-
ing in the hopes of a winning
season this year.
Varsity Baseball 51
With the return of six letter-
men, the FHS tennis team
expects to improve its 2-7
Seniors Mike Krupp, Bob
Lewe, and Jeff Mortimer are
expected to fight it out for the No.
1 singles spot, vacated by the
loss of Bob Holderman. Sopho-
mores Brian and Bruce Bar-
ringer, along with Dan Bott are
expected to see a lot of doubles
action this year.
Under the leadership of Coach
Fox, the 1979 netters will seek to
improve the fifth place finish in
the GLL tournament achieved by
the 1978 squad. With the return
of the above six lettermen this is
not beyond the realm of possibil-
FH9 neHeris seek fo improve record
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1 -- 1978 VARSITY TENNIS:
Coach John Fox, Bruce Barringer, Brian Barringer, Dan Bott, Bob Lewe, Bob Holderman
Brian Heiser, and Mike Krupp.
2 - Bruce Barringer appears to be a strong hopeful lor the 1979 season.
3 - Practicing his backhand is sophomore Brian Barringer.
4 - Dan Bott hopes to step into a doubles spot this year.
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-NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY:
Crow 11 Jim Might, Gary Corner, Doug Dennison, Ralph Gilliland
Crow 25 Mr. Mathews, advisor, Glenn Banks, Carol Lehmann,
Wendy Joseph, Kathy Hunt, Pam Kleinmark, Judy Hirt, Bob Lewe,
Sonia Johnson, Tina Deuble, Sara Ward, Gayla Gillett, Susan Sul-
lenberger. Crow SJ Laurie Baldwin, Beckie Walton, Sandy Whi-
tinger, Kathy Roberts, Kelly McCoy, Dave Rinehart, John Wedge
Kathy Beach, Debbie Twining, Laurie Fittro, Ken McCormick.
- Doug Dennison eats up NHS protits as he works in the conces-
- Sandy Whitinger prepares honor pens and pencils for distrib-
BALLREICH BROTHERS FURNITURE
I44I N. Counfylino Sf.
1- JUNIOR-SENIOR FHA:
Cfrontj Crystal Dauterman, Kelly Yontz, Becky
Walton, Laura Garbe, Kelly Conrad, Bobbie
Pingle, Dawn Keckler, Justine Orozco,
Ramona Sanders, Brenda Hernandez, Biola
Villareal. Cbackj Mrs. Musgrave, advisor, Gail
Daugherty, Robyn Hubbard, Belinda Patton,
LeAnn Wood, Karla Wagner, Carol Engler,
Coleen Vogel, Leticia Lopez.
4 - Debbie Welker, Laura Garbe, and Carol Engleir take a break during their FHA skat-
2 - Jenny Hunker and Debbie Martinez don't
seem to mind a bump on the ice.
3 - Bobbie Pingle and Gail Daugherty have no
problem in skating around the rink.
I43 Perry S+.
125 w. Noah S+.
- Dawn Keckler works in the concesion stand to
boost FHA funds.
- Do you think Braodway is ready for the FHA
Tanya Allison, Julie Baker, Jacki Bateson, Cindy Baxter, Julie Beach, Shelly
Braman, Debbie Brown, Linda Brown, Susan Buchanan, Linda Bullock,
Tammy Butcher, Sharon Coppler, Stacie Danner, Terri Davis, Laura Deer-
wester, Rosie Diaz, Kristy Dispennett, Marcia Driggs, LuAnn Dyer, Terri
Flagg, Kathi Fogle, Blanca Garcia, Sherri Gardener, Roxanne Goins, Ava
Gomez, Judy Greek, Tina Greek, Amy Height, Stephanie Holmes, Sherry
Huffman, Jenny Hunker, Laurie Keels, Judy Kiser, Kathy Kurtz, Lisa Lake,
Cheri Madson, Debbie Martinez, Carrie Meyers, Vicki Miller, Jackie Moore,
Melissa Nye, Kay Ohler, Jenny Olson, Penny Payne, Laurie Riser, Dixie Rob-
inson, Debbie Welker, Nancy Wilcox, Karen Wolgumuth, Cheryl Wonder, Jan
Yates, Brenda Young, Karen Zuelzke.
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1 - J-TEENS:
qtrontj Jim Dauterman, Steve Boulton, Jim Marshall, Gary Lundy, Rod Scott. Crow 23 Buddy Niswander, Shane Hanley, Brian Kauffman,
2 DoQalldEErygis, Brian Tusinger. frow 35 Mr. Gill, advisor, Maynard Etherton, Ken Deckard, Breck Dull, Jeff Hoyer, Alan Gonyer.
deft row! Dea Jo Zimmerman, Paula Runion, Christie Hunker, Jenniter Leavitt, Wendy Joseph, Brenda Alspaugh, Kelly McCoy, Judy
Hirt, Sonja Temme, Janet Hirt, Brenda Horner, Louanne Lambright, Amy Flichard, Martha Tolento, Kim Stearns, Carol Lehmann, Lori
Zimmerman. fright rowb Laurie Bott, Missy Opperman, Jacquie Pierce, Jackie Elsea, Laurie Garner, Cheryl Meyers, Janna Peyton, Linda
McCarIey, Robin Wilson, Melinda Heykoop, Amy Zimmerman, Lynn Swartz, Melanie Zirger, Kristy Bogard, Gail Seem. Cback rowb Lori
Stearns, Kim Schubert, Kathy Hunt, Lora Lambert, Heather Cameron, Missy Hallman, Jenni Flemming, Leslie Partee, Nancy Bartunek,
Chandra Ingram, Tracy Longacre, Kelly Carpenter.
BlLL'S MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR
60 Clubs I I6-I I8 S. Mein St.
3 - COE:
Qleftj Lisa Fleetwood, Kim Conrad, Glenda Moore, Annette Par-
sons, Tina Deuble, Sonia Johnson, Debbie Mora. Ccenterj Breck
Dull, Doug Coleman, Mrs. Daniels, advisor, Cheryl Aldrich. frightj
Laurie Fittro, Penny Deuble, Janice Fleinhart, Shelley Lambright,
Linda Cooper, Luann Shanks, Sara Ward.
4 - Linda Cooper writes entries in a ledger at her job station.
1 - Breck Dull operates an electric fork lift.
2 - COE student Sara Ward energetically begins a new day at
BILL MURPHY REALTY CAHLIK INSURANCE
H00 Counfylina Sf. I405 N. Counfylino St. Gum 6'
Eduoafional work pro rams
OWE l: G
Crow U Greg Gwiner, Lisa Markin, Rhonda Crawford, Chuck
Thomas. Crow 25 Debbie Costilla, Laurene Harris, Matthilda Fugitt.
Crow 31 Bryce Brown, Becky Wonder, Deanna Hammer, Chris
Ridenour, Dennis Hill, Pat Nye. Crow 41 Carlos Trevino, Angie Long,
Annette Foster, Michelle Lindsey, Allen Harper, David Paxton.
2 - Denise Dunlee, Rhonda Crawford, and Laurene Harris make
desk lamps at SRG.
3 - OWE II:
Crow 13 Steve Jones, 'Pete DeLaRosa. Crow 23 Tony Barfield,
Tammy Gillespie, Karen Young, Regina Rumschlag, Sandy Dispen-
nett. Crow 35 Scott Riser, Jim Blake, Mike Biddle, Tom Slaughter-
beck, Tim Guernsey, Mr. Burton, advisor.
4 - OWE Student Kevin Ritz learns the grocery store business
while going to school.
5 - Frank Gonzales changes the soft-water tanks at Culligan's
CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING
62 Clubs 40a s. Main S+.
creafejobs, fufure for sfudenfs
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1 - OWA:
Csittingj David Shatzer, Connie Dible, Roxanne Goins, Ben Martinez,
Stephanie Holmes, David Hughes, Scott Harris, Tony McClanahan.
fstandingj Mike Hammer, Jacque Yarbrough, Becky Sigler, Lori
Simms, Penny Payne, John Willier, Melanie Bowers, Patty Smith, Alan
Stevens, Laticia Biles, Shane Hanley, Duane Bradner, Mr. Pohlmang
2 - David Shatzer tries for a strike at Monday's bowling session.
3 - EWE:
Crow U Randy Geren, Pam Hubbard, Kim Carter, Karen Haase. Crow
25 Fred Reza, Glen Brown, Carolyn Tarris, Lloyd Smith, Mark Feasel.
frow 31 Mr. Bibbeeg advisor, Rodger Bergstedt, Cleo Smith, Tina Rus-
sell, Jay Kraylek, Chris Smith,
4 - EWE student Tina Russell cleans the tables in our cafeteria.
5 - Tony Scott jacks up a car at Tom's Tire.
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2 - DE I:
frow IJ Suzette Brooks, LeAnn Wood, Brenda
Shaull, Mary Tarris, Karla Wagner, Carol Engler Leti-
cia Lopez, Ftamona Sanders, Natalie Pethe, Mr. Mar-
shablg advisor, Phil Salisbury, Jell Mortimer, Dan
Burk, Mike Naus, Dave Shoub, Janet Streuble.
4 - DE ll:
frow lj Chantay Newman, Jeanette Parsons, L.aurie
Johnson, Kent Tarbox. Crow 23 Nancy Wagner, Josie
Opperman, Peggy Smith, Sandy CFeuchtJ Burley,
Lurene Hutchisson. Cback rowj John Ftasp, Jim
Might, Mr, Marshall, advisor, Steve Keller, Nick Tsan-
tles, Flay Foster,
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3 - Mr, Smith reviews otlice principles with Laurie Meyers.
4 - Mrs. Stoudinger's junior girls practice various skills in IOE class.
qtront rowj Kathy Vogel, Kim
McDonald, Belinda Patton, Cindy
Sperry, Terri Might, Tami Mankin.
fback rowj Mrs. Stoudingerg advisor,
Tina Ickes, Becky Prenzlin, Jacquie
Pierce, Charlotte Weddle, Sherri
Driggs, Patti Hershey, Nancy Yunker,
Debbie Bohanon, Penny King, Jenni
Clettj Jane Alverez, Laurie Meyers,
Debbie Twining, JoLynn Szallar, Cindy
Smith. Ccenterj Nora Duque, Kathy
Beach, Sandy Whitinger, Cindy Sau-
ber. fright, Lori Bollinger, Susan Sul-
lenberger, Mr. Smith, advisor, Kim
Baker, Nancy Barringer, Tammy Bur-
COOPER'S INSURANCE AGENCY
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2 - OFFICERS:
flrontj Robin Wilson, Janet Hirt, Julie Stateler, Jean Foust. fbackj
Mr. Hollmang advisor, Lynn Swartz, Clayton Moore, Dea Zimmer-
man, Mike Grine.
3 - Our guest band plays a series ol songs from the American Revo-
lution to the present.
4 - President Julie Stateler asks for all students to stand as the sen-
iors enter the auditorium.
CLYDE'S UNION '76
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1- FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES:
ttrontj John Leal, Laurie Keels, John Marshall, Kathy Sharlach,
Julie Keitter, Malea Sigler, Carrie Smith, Mark Deerwester, Ted
Mora. Cbackl Greg Gillian, Nancy Bartunek, Kim Stearns, Kim
Darr, Linda Rosales, Jack Horner, Greg Biddle, Kyle Goddard.
5 - JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
Pat Grine, David Angles, Cindy Smith, Justine Orozco, Ed Cornell, Kathy Roberts, Jac-
quie Pierce, Carol Lehmann, Kim Schubert, Melinda Heykoop, Tina Deuble, Dave Pline-
hart, Jackie Elsea, Kathy Hunt, Kelly Carpenter, Stan Cohen, Brenda Horner, Kim
Baker, Breck Dull, Bob Lewe.
6 - The lead guitarist portrays a patriotic figure in this segment.
7 - Laticia Biles buys a notebook from Amy Zimmerman, and Melinda Heykoop at the
337 N. Countylins Sf.
-- TEACHERS' AIDS:
Clrontj Debbie Twining, Kathy Beach, Debbie Mora, Penny
Deuble, Lori Zimmerman, Dobi Searles, Shelly Hoffman,
Laurie Meyers, Kim McDonald, Penny King. Cbackj Lisa
Bateson, Cindy Malagon, Cheryl MacDonald, Lisa Howell,
Linda Cooper, Luann Shanks, JoLynn Szallar, Sandy Whi-
linger, Beckie Walton, Lori Bollinger, Dan Burk, Mike Naus,
Jean Fousl, Becky Blose.
- Peggy Flechtner greets you every morning with the
- OMICRON LAMBDA:
Play Uballe, David Shoub, Kathy Smith, David Adams, Dan
Oswald, Dawn Keckler.
- Becky Blose Iightens Mr. Sludrawa's work load by grad-
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Qfudenfs help school run smoofhly
1- AUDIO VISUAL CREW:
Julie Madson, Julie Stateler, John Marshall, Doug Cole-
man, Mr. Hoflmang advisor.
2 - John Marshall prepares an overhead projector for class-
3 - OFFICE WORKERS:
Qlettp Lori Zimmerman, Dobi Searles, Teresa Might, Tami
Mankin, Phil Sallisbury, Sandy Whitinger. Ccenterl Kim
Schubert, Kathy Vogel, Laurie Meyers, Jeri Warman, Chuck
Pullom. Crightl Anette Hiatt, Troy Wade, Nancy Bartunek,
Julie Stateler, Michelle Baney, Crystal Dauterman.
4 - Laurie Mayers is always ready to help locate a student.
DON'S ISA FOSTORIA POWER EQUIPMENT
Buckley 8: Sandusky l240 Perrysburg Rd. Clubs 69
Educafional TV seeks new heghfs
1 - Brad Harman threads the tape to begin filming.
2 TV REW
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fon floorj Henry Cohen, Chuck Gerlach. Qkneelingj Mike Keckler, Stuart
Finsel, Keith Walker, Brad Harman, Jim Hill, Tim Fellers, Steve Boulton,
David Shoub. Cstandingj Jeff Joseph, Mark Harris, Dave Adams, Jim Wil-
cox, Brian Kauffman, Scott Beier, Tony Marshall, Blanca Garcia, Becky
Blose, Kathy Roberts. Cbackj Scott Kisabeth, Scott Shumaker, Chris Rein-
hard, Tim Stahl, Jim Nomina, Richard Wyant, Glenn Burris, Mr. Sisserg gs
3 - Roger Cochran focuses his camera and attention on the basketball
4 - Scott Kisabeth inserts a taped TV program for classroom viewing.
70 Clubs 224 S. Main Sf.
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1- BRAVE REFLECTIONS:
Crow U Lisa Howell, Cindy Coppler, Cheryl MacDonald, Nancy
Rupert. Crow 25 Miss Coker, advisor, Ann Tyson, Diane Kisaberth,
Shelly Hoffman, John Alberti, Jim Reed, Mike Grine, Clayton
Moore, Breck Dull, Dawn Keckler, Kim Conrad.
2 - Ann Tyson receives money tor a Christmas wish from Chris Hutt.
A 3 - Co-editor Diane Kisaberth does a paste-up for the newspaper.
4 - Sales ot Brave Reflections seem to be booming on this Friday
GOOD SHEPHERD HOME
725 Columbus Avenue Clubs 71
- FOHIRAB STAFF:
Crow U John Hunt, Greg Brown, Chuck Gerlach. Jett Mullins, Doug Denni-
son, Mike Etzinger, Duane Dunfee, Bob Lewe. Crow 21 Kevin Glenn, Bill Bow-
man, Kelly Carpenter, Ms. Pelton, advisor, Gaylei Gillett, Amy Zimmerman,
Judy Hirt. Crow 33 Laurie Baldwin, Lynn Swartz, Beth Bulkowski, Kristy
Bogard, Melanie Zirger, Melinda Heykoop, Robin Wilson, Nancy Wilch, Carla
Myers. Crow 45 Kathy Hunt.
- Photographers Greg Brown and Kent Tarbox join the professionals at a
- During yearbook week, Amy Zimmerman helps convince the student body
that "FOHlRAB '79 is the one for you!"
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2 I4 S. Main St.
1 - Students and teachers use the services oi FOHILIB
2 - Disguised as Indians, Tracy and Debbie Bulkowski
wonder "how" many books they can sell at the annual
3 - Debbie Bulkowski writes reminders to students with
Crow 13 Debbie Searles,
Roxanne Bond, Patty Smith,
Debbie Houston. Crow 21
Mrs. Brandeberry, Kim Hott-
man, Charlotte Weddie,
Tammy Burrows, Laurie
Riser, Lora Kidd, Debbie
Bulkowski, Mrs. Orlandig
advisor, LeAnn Wood. Crow
35 Glenn Banks, Lisa Eash,
Bobbie Pingie, Lisa Miller,
Jim Kiser, Gregg Fisher, Ray
Uballe. Crow 43 Lesa Bate-
son, Lurene Hutchisson,
Mark Hoiiman, Nancy Bar-
ringer, Chandra Ingram.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
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Language clubs enjoy oulfural acfivifies
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1 - JCL:
Ckneelingj Vicki Miller, Maynard Ealherton, Laurie Mortimer, Lisa
Lake. Cslandingj John Pope, Carla Myers, Sharon Coppler, Dave
Anderson, Tom Flomine, Mr. Collettg advisor, Gayla Gillett, Amy
Height, Ralph Gilliland, Glenn Banks.
2 - Jim Kiser has his JCL slave, Carla Myers, carry his books.
3 - Spanish club members enjoy singing a few "cantos."
4 - SPANISH CLUB:
Crow lj Craig Baldwin, Robyn Hubbard, Jeanette Kimble. Crow 29 Curt
Barlekamp, Randy Gerritsen. Crow 33 Beckie WaIton,,Mrs. Zarubag
advisor, Shelly Detillion. Crow 43 Glenn Banks, Brenda Shaull.
FOSTORIA ELECTRIC FLOWERLAND
74 Clubs IO9 Perry Sf, I I040 Columbus Ave.
French club siege crew prepare for comin
1- FRENCH CLUB:
row 15 Mrs. Retlner, Lisa Eash, Robin Jones, Janna Peyton, Kathy
Roberts, Lori Stearns, Lisa Miller, Anette Hiatt, Lora Kidd, Jackie
Elsea, Kelly Carpenter, Melanie Zirger, Robin Wilson, Melinda Hey-
koop, Amy Zimmerman, Lynn Swartz, Bryan Krick, Mrs. Guernsey,
frow 25 LouAnn Wilkins, Cami Gray, Billy Lawson, John Wedge,
Kathy Hunt, John Knox, Ken McCormick, Chuck Pullom, Glenn
Banks, Jett Boulton, Dave Rinehart, Scot Grillin, Mark Howett,
2 - STAGE CREW: -
Crow 15 Lisa Sauber, Holly Hoyer, Teresa Davis, Qrow 25 Mr. Wood,
advisor, Kyle Dolch, Jelt Kiser, David Adams, Qrow 35 Ercel Lan-
drus, Bill Gregg, Kathi Fogle.
3 - Bill Gregg cleans the cat-walk and light bridges above the stage.
4 -The year's Mardi Gras royalty is: Josh Goddard and Kristy
Bogardg French King and Queen, and Justine Orozco and Warren
Johnson, Spanish Queen and King.
HOLM AN S GARAGE OHIO STATE BEVERAGE STORE
425 S Poplar Sf I I5 E. Norlh S+. Clubs 75
Vocafional groups prepare for fufure
1 -AUTOMECHANICS I:
Crow 15 Terry Tong, Tom McGee, Dave Groves,
Dave Meyer. Crow 25 Felix Gonzales, Tim Elcheit,
Larry Tolento, Brian Baxter. Crow 35 Smiley Thomp-
son, Joe Adams, Steve Tuttle, Jim Elchert, Thad Doe.
2 - Mr. Dull, advisor, hands out a test to his autome-
3 - SENIOR MACHINE SHOP:
Paul Taylor, Denise Duntee,
4 - Phil Leal and David Lewis mix fun and grease
while fixin their cars.
5 - AUTOSIWECHANICS ll:
Crow I5 Mike McLaughlin, Harry Aspell, Perry
Mason, Phil Leal, Randy Szallar, Bob Durst. Crow 25
Jeff Hunker, Dwight Drake, Jack Chalfin, Scott Hiser,
Steve Martinez, Gary Engler, Erin Smith.
GILBERT TOOLS 81 ABRASIVES, INC.
76 Clobs I I05 N. Mein S+.
FHS band marches :fs way fo a successful season
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Conoerf bands soofhe fhe ears of music lovers
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Jum Reed, Bob Pope, John Zoll, Greg Horner, Kyle Dolch, Chris Hayes, Lee Bowman,
MCES BODY SHOP RED'S CARRY OUT
78 Band l247 N. Countyline St. 425 W. Tiffin S+.
Crow 15 Judy Hirt, Brenda Horner, Barb Fox, Gayla Gillett, Lora Bell,
Crystal Dauterman, Lesa Bateson, Laurie Garner, Janna Peyton,
Barb Blose, Kelly Carpenter, Crow 25 Lynette Pryor, Carol Smith,
Tracy Longacre, Laurie Mortimor, Debbie Houston, Cindy Broyles,
Toni Simpson, Karen Zuelzke, Leslie Partee, Carla Myers, Michelle
Baney, Wendy Joseph, Nancy Wilcox, Kathy Smith, Jack: Bateson,
Jill Kisabeth, Sheila Burk, Laurie Baldwin, Crow 35 Kathy Kurtz, Jenny
Johns, Nancy Wllch, Sandy Guernsey, Julie Kelley, Louanne Lam-
bright, Kim Stearns, Clifton McCarIey, Chandra Ingram, Gail Daugh-
erty, John Sweeney, Jim Dauterman, Jett Joseph, Lisa Eash, Tina
Deuble, Crow 45 Greg Horner, Bob Pope, Lisa Curry, Curt Laney.
John Knox, Jim Nomina, Janet Hirt, Becky Blose, John Zoll, Jim
Reed, Chris Hayes, Kyle Dolch, Crow 55 Gary Jordan, Buddy Niswan-
der, John Romine, Ed Kelley, Nick Nomina, Lennie Donaldson, Jett
Baker, Dave Shoub, Chris Reinhard, Ivan Leavitt, Paula Hutt, Roger
Thompson, Curt Fiedler, Lee Bowman, Duane Duntee, Steve Leh-
mann, Gregg Morgan, Mark Dunn, Tim Bockleman, Sheryl Birkmire,
Greg Birkmire, Larry Burk, Curt Barlekamp, Tim Stahl, Chuck Ger-
Iach, Peggy Flechtner.
Ccenter5 Gary Jordan, Buddy Niswander, Crow 15 Ivan Leavitt, Lisa Eash, Tina Deuble, Duane Duntee, Lee Bowman, Barb Blose, Kelly Car-
penter, Judy Hirt, Chris Reinhard, Crow 25 Laurie Baldwin, Lynette Pryor, Carol Smith, Kim Schubert, Kathy Kurtz, Brenda Horner, Barb
Fox, Wendy Joseph, Crow 35 Kathy Smith, Bob Pope, Curt Laney, Becky Blose, Greg Birkmire, Sheryl Birkmire, Peggy Flechtner,
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2 - Pep Band creates Fiedmen spirit.
3 - BAND OFFICERS:
'Duane Dunfee, secretaryg Judy Hirt, treasurerg Becky
- Peg Flechtner and Chuck Geriach blow their
Blose, vice-president: Gary Jordan, president.
4 - Becky Blose, Janet Hirt, and John Knox lead the
trumpets through a difficult song.
5 - Chris Reinhard does his share to raise money for
DUFFlELD'S MUSIC CENTER
I I8 W. Center St.
Barefoof in fhe Park delghfs audience
The FHS drama department presented
Neil Simori's hit comedy, Barefoot in the
Park, on the 17th and 18th of last Novem-
The actors in the play were Greg Horner
and Cheri Madson, portraying a newlywed
couple and their conflict, Janel Gorrill as the
motherg and Chris Hayes as a nearby neigh-
bor. The supporting cast included Carrie
Smith, a telephone repair person, and David
Shoub, a deliveryman.
The actors got along well under the direc-
tion of Lora Jean Bell, assistant director,
David Adams, technical director, and Mr.
Doug Wood was the director of the play.
1 - Lora Bell captures the audience's attention.
2 - Janel Gorrill finds it challenging fo climb six flights
of stairs to Carrie ButIer's new apartment, as played
by Cheri Madson.
3 - Greg Horner as Paul Bratter seems to be affected
by his late night partying.
4 - Chris Hayes as "Bluebeard ot 48th Street" enjoys
shocking his audience with his unusual habits.
5 - A sorrowful Greg Horner recounts his latest woe to
Richard Tate, Lisa Lake, Tom Palmerton,
Carrie Smith and Barry Vitt presented the
One Act Play.
HAROLD-BAKER FUNERAL HOME
30I W. Tiffin St. Plays 81
Various choirs perform well af Chrisfmas concerf
Crow 13 Sheryl Birkmire, Jacki Bateson, Tim Ramsey, Vicki Miller, Tammy Flinders, Lori Baumbarger, Stacie Danner, Debbie Weiker, Tina
Russell, Crow 23 Jenny Johns, Mary Rodriguez, Toni Simpson, Lennie Donaldson, Amy Richard, Jenny Olson, Leslie Balmlorth, Brenda
Brady, Denise Nye, Kim Stearns, Mike Bartchlett, Rosie Diaz, Julie Kelley, Terri Davis, Crow 33 Tom Hiatt, Ercel Landrus, Sheryl Warman,
Marcia Kinney, Carrie Meyers, Kathy Kurtz, Jett Baker, Mark Dunn, Cheri Madson, Gordon Gray, Jill Kisabeth, Curt Fiedler, Crow 43 Tim
Bockleman, Cindy Broyles, Nancy Wilch, Nick Nomina, Louanne Lambright, Mark Larnbright, Mark Deerwester, Jan Yates, Sandy Guern-
sey, Jan Yates, Chris Hayes, Julie Beach, Brian Tussinger,
Crow t3 Kathy Smith, Jenniler Leavitt, Scott George, Steve Keller, Richelle Cooper, Tracy Longacre, Greg Birkmire, Mark Wolph, Kim Fant,
Janet Streuble, Michelle Baney, Crow 23 Angie Bullock, Ron Kraylek, LouAnn Wilkins, Richard Thomas, Beth Bulkowski, Kelly Carpenter
Greg Horner, Janna Peyton, Clitton McCarley, Cheryl Meyers, Mark Howett, Laurie Garner, Janet Hirt, Crow 33 Freda Hanley, Doug Leh-
mann, Brenda Alspach, Kim Schubert, Jim Kiser, Crystal Dauterman, LeAnn Wood, Kyle Dolch, Lee Bowman, Lisa Howell, Brian Kautl-
man, ivan Leavitt, Crow 43 Gail Daugherty, Chris Reinhard, Brenda Horner, Jim Nomina, Larry Burk, Ward Widmer, Lisa Miller, Kelly McCoy
Chandra Ingram, Scott Kisabeth, Jeri Warman.
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Qabovej qrow lb Lisa Miller, Chandra Ingram, Janna Peyton, Kelly Carpenter, Brenda Horner, Crow 25 Kelly
McCoy, Kim Fant, Beth Bulkowski, Richelle Cooper, Louanne Lambrighl, Tracy Longacre, Crow 35 Greg
Horner, Gordon Gray, Kyle Dolch, Ward Widmer, Richard Thomas, Clifton McCarley, Qrow 43 Tom Hiatt.
Chris Hayes, Tim Bockleman, Mark Wolph, Larry Burk, Lee Bowman.
qbelowj Nancy Wrlch, Brenda Alspach, Sandy Guernsey, Carla Myers, Kim Stearns, Kim Schubert, Michelle
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Qualify of choir ecfivifies improves as inferesf
1 - Jim Loving buys a ticket from Paula Hough tor the choir performance,
2 - Choir director Mr. Schwepe gives a pep talk to his singers.
3 - Girls' Ensemble perlorms for benefits and clubs, as well as for concerts.
A -- Mike Bartchlett portrays the pertect "choir boy" image.
TROPICAL COVE WOLLAN-HISER COMPANY
I I8 W. North Sf. I3l E. Center St.
1 John Albert: instructs Greg Horner on how to be a wild and
2 Leading a typucal FHS revolt is Vnrglnla Guerra
3 Meet Clayton Moore and Bully Lawson or us It Bully Lawson
and Clayton Moore?
4 Kelly Carpenter asks Tum Stahl Whose house will we stand
an tront of today?
5 Jnm Nomlna msnsts his legs are sexier than Barb Fox s
6 Kim Schubert s Carol Lehmann s and Lurene Hutchusson s
clothes aren t on backwards their heads are'
7 Just clownung around to show FHS spmt us Denise Duntee
You have WHAT9' nurse Carol Lehmann asks patient
9 Spirited freshmen enjoy costume day
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1 - Jan Yates enjoys the 50's atmosphere.
2 - John Marshall hopes to establish himself as the "Fonz."
3 - Sara Ward find spirit week a "hairy" situation.
4 - Linda McCarIey and Jackie Elsea audition for the parts of Fostoria's
Laverne and Shirley.
5 - Sophomore Debbie Houston does her part for spirit week.
6 - Meg Eynon and Jean Foust demonstrate that class spirit is a friendly com-
7 - Brenda Horner and Brenda Hernandez aren't just anybody's baby
8 - Santa's workshop, created by the freshmen, added support in their quest
for the spirit week.
9 - "Would a teacher in the 50's give a test this hard'?" wonders Laurie Mor-
10 - Ed Cornell doesn't seem to have accomplished the fine art of putting on a
Holiday excitement spread
throughout the school as FHS stu-
dents celebrated another spirit
week during basketball season.
The first day of spirit week
brought babies running around the
halls in full force with the second
bringing the 50's back into view.
Insideout day presented some very
uncomfortable situations. Sweats
and hair-do day seemed to be the
most comfortable day for the stu-
dents. The final day of spirit week
presented the most popular craze
of the season: discoingl
Beginners luck brought the fresh-
men their first recognition by win-
ning the coveted spirit stick.
Sp ri! Week 89
The long awaifed call
The date is February 31 1979 and we find our
selves observing an FHS guy on a typically dull
boring Sunday afternoon. He is sitting at the desk
of his all-American home and he seems to be
deepinthought. . .What oanldo?. . .who can
l call? . . . oh yea! what about that cute girl in my
fourth period class? . . . well, maybe I shouldn't
call . . . she might not want to go out with me
. . .maybe she's not home. . .at least I can say
l tried . . . well, here it goes . . . Hi! remember
me? . . . yes. . . ahh, how would you like to do
something with me this afternoon?
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Well. . .ldon'tknow. l'll have to checkand see. . .
oh, I hope she can . . . She probably already has
something to do . . . sure hope she doesn't . . . yes,
l'd like to, about what time?. . . oh, great, how about
3:0O'? . . , that will be super . . . see you then . . .
O.K., bye. . . bye. . .Ohl WOW!!! she can go. . .
don't believe itg she's going out with me . . . He finally
called, GET DOWN. . . Well, lguess I better start get-
ting ready . . . sure hope my hair looks O.K., maybe l
should change clothes . . . l finally get to go out with
him. . . WOW. . . lt's going to bea Blast!
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- Janet Gorrill, as mistress ot ceremonies, attempts a little humor in her introduction of the next act.
- Steve Lehmann pertects the "talent" ot pie throwing before the gong.
- A motley Pep Band receives the gong before the completion ot their version ot "Bill Bailey."
- Scott George demonstrates that there's no such thing as an innocent victim.
- The news team wonders it Walter Cronkite ever had this much lun.
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put llnlshnng touches on their lloat
Redmen enter the lneld wrth a vlctory close
Fred Flunstone helps the sophomores dns
play theur splnt
Coach Kudwell watches the actlons ol has
Freshmen display thelr splrlt with the char
acter Road Runner
1978 HOMECOMING COURT
Margie Leal Tom Hlatt Kath: Bartunek
Chuck Pullom Cam: Gray Fred Hunt Lon
Zlmmerman Bruan Chapman Janet Hurt
Gregg Morgan Jenny Hunker and Make
Varsuty football cheerleaders urge the
Expenence and hard work prevauled as the
seniors won the tloat competlluon
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unsuccessful as the Hedmen team
went on to beat Lima Shawnee at this
Escorted onto the field by their
attendants, the girls awaited the
moment for the announcement of this
year's royalty. Joyful cries came from
the audience as Fred Hunt and Cami
Gray were announced as our 1978
king and queen.
Floats took on the theme "Redmen
Catch Saturday Morning Fever!" Sen-
iors used the character Fat Albert
quoting, "Hey, Hey, Hey, Seniors say,
'Squash Lima' Juniors tried to
"Catch 'em In Our Web." "Crush 'em
Ftedmenf' featuring Fred Flinstone,
was created by the sophomore class,
The freshman class constructed a float
with the, road-runner saying, "Catch
Us If You Cant"
Celebrating continued after the
game as students enjoyed the music
of JB. Sound Co, in the gym.
The musical "Camelot" was
the first major production for
both music director William
Schvvepe and stage director
Doug Wood. With the combined
efforts of both choirs, much work
and determination prevailed, in
anticipation of the opening night
Welcome fo Oamelof
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- Raggedy Ann Orlandi and Wicked Witch of the West
Brandeberry directed the funvfilled week of activities,
- Pancho Villa Zaruba seems to have lost her sidekick.
- Mrs. Orlandi introduces students to the joys of read-
- "Frankly, Scarlet fGrimmb, I don't care if we don't get
to English today," comments Rhett fHaddixJ.
- Jeri Warman, Laruene Hutchisson and Mark Hoffman
listen to faculty members share their favorite books.
- With popcorn selling for only ten cents a bag, Joe
Urquhart and Lisa Miller couldnt resist the temptation to
"be corny and read!" ,
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Prior to the week of February
11-19, students would have said,
"National Flight to Read Week,
what's that?" Under the direction
of Mrs. Orlandi, FHS students
and faculty participated in what
turned out to be an entertaining
and educational week.
The week lifted off with bal-
loons and a sustained reading
period of fifteen minutes. Tues-
day some students and teachers
dressed up as their favorite liter-
ary characters. Wednesday
brought food for thought as well
as body when students and
teachers met in the library to eat
lunch and discuss their favorite
books. Students swapped both
paperbacks and hardbacks on
Thursday. Things were popping
by Friday, and Fohilib sold pop-
corn for ten cents a bag.
Winners ot literary day were
also announced on Friday, Left
Mr. Eynon CFtobert Servicej and
Mrs. Fruth Clvlerlinj shared top
honors for their portrayals.
An ideal day in the life of an FHS student begins by
waking up to the music of his favorite singer Linda
Flonstadt or Bob Seger. Next, he jumps into his
Trans Am, not forgetting that it's reading day in Eng-
lish and he must bring his book "Jaws" After an
easy morning he sits in lunch with his friends digest-
ing his food to the beat of Foreigner, "Double
Vision." As he sits in study hall deciding what his
plans for the weekend will be, he decides that Friday
evening will be spent at his best friend's party. Satur-
day night he will take a girl he's been wanting to go
out with for months to see the movie, "Up in
Smoke." After a long, hard day at school he is glad
to be home watching his favorite television show,
"Mork and Mindy." As he lies in bed he thinks to
himself, "My what a super fine day it's been!"
33 Listening to music
43 Being with friends
33 nicn MAN, Pooh MAN
43 LovE stony
13 Trans Am
13 Up in Smoke
23 Animal House
33 Smoky and the Bandit
43 Star Wars
53 Saturday Night Fever
13 Mork 8. Mindy
33 Three 's Company
43 Saturday Night Live
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b. Watch TV gm, b stay home with your family no
c. goto a movie 37fMa c be by yourself 0
d. go parking 20M d go out with your friends 37
e. Q0 IO H party 31 W1 e be with your boyfriend 5 'WJ
13 Linda Flonstadt
23 Olivia Newton John
33 Barbara Streisand
43 Stevie Nicks
53 Anne Wilson
13 Double Vision
23 Some Girls
33 Pieces of Eight
43 Out of the Blue
53 Don 't Look Back
ACTFZ ESS and ACTOR
13 Cheryl Ladd
23 Suzanne Sommers
33 Jacqueline Bisset
43 Barbara Streisand
53 Jaclyn Smith
13 Clint Eastwood
23 Burt Beynolds
33 Robyn Williams
43 Warren Beatty
53 John Travolta
13 Bob Seger
23 Billy Joel
33 Peter Frampton
43 Ted Nugent
53 Andy Gibb
Freshmen find new direcfion
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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS:
Secretary, Kim Darrp Advisor, Mr
Richardson, President, Linda
Rosalesg and seated, Vice Presi-
dent, Ted Mora.
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Kyle Goddard participates in freshman orientation ls this life inthe Bahamas?
of the library.
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Cheri Madson takes a deep breath to reach
that final high note.
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Freshmen grow in
You know you re a
when . . .you feel like a midget
in GIANT halls . . . you avoid
iors like the plague . . . you
the ins and outs of building a
coming tloat . . . you find out
are no classes held on the
floor . . . you work together to
new surroundin s
the first spirit stick for your class
. . . you FINALLY find the rest-
rooms . . . you experience open
exams . . . you grow in new sur-
roundings . . . and you end the
year by becoming a "mature"
Michael J. Smith
Qophomores sfrive for leadership
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFI-
Bob Fittro, presidentg Robbie Long,
vice presidentg Shelly Hoffman, secre-
tary-treasurer: Miss Coker, advisor.
Sophomores I I I
I I2 Sophomore:
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- Jell Mullins demonstrates
that some people do know how
to use study halls.
2 - John Alberti, Mike Shane,
and Dan Bolt enjoy their favorite
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2 - Linda Robinson tries not to .J " X
become a member of the "gaz-
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display enfh usiasm
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9 irifed sophomores splash ahead
on class projecfs
1 - Toni Simpson and Graucho Marx pose for the photogra-
2 - Laurie Mortimer and Marc Lambert bum around on Cos-
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Junior enfh usiasm
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Juniors sail away
Joe Urquhan and Bryan Krick take a break between classes.
wifh prom projecf
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
Secretary, Kim Fantg President, Jacquie Piercep Vice Presi-
dent, Melinda Heykoopg Advisor, Mrs. Daniels.
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Amy Zimmerman laughs at her triumph over Robin Wilson. Jim Harger and "anxious" Flon Gillig prepare to
have their pictures taken.
fake pride in work
Henry Cohen, Brad Stevens, and George Tucker are proud ot
their schooI's trophies.
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Freshmen: gale Baker
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Tanya Allison Fgnk Cote,
Jef! Bake' Pete DeLaRosa
Julianna Baker Lon Denble
Leslie Balmtorth Sandy Disnennet
Mauro Chavana Jonn Dun
Ph" Cfess Robin Hickle
Jane! DGLSROSS Dennis Hin
Jane D06 Bill Kentris Jeff Cfamel'
Mike Hammer Lon Lanning Jacki Davis
Allen Harper Cindy Layman Michelle Detillion
Gwandean Harris Norma Lopez Thomas Dyer
Kimberly Haynes Lisa Markin Maryalice Hampshire
Randy Hickle Tom Maurer Kim Jones
Roger Jarrett Soon Ritter Steve Jones
Mike Lean Scot, Somers Phillip Lean
Jerry Logsdon Dean Untagrafn Bob McConnell
Lavina Payne Craig Woessne, John Mclntyre
en en an - . ry riguez
Glen Sims Jumors' , Regina Rumschlag
Roger Thompson Penny AUISON Brenda Shaull
Cheryl Wonder Scott Beier John Uptagraft
Juan Zamudio R0n.BetheI, Biola Wlarreal
Angle COSTIUB Wncent Wesney
Sophgmgresg Debbie Costilla
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Cheryl L. Aldrich
Kathryn K. Kevin L. Bateson
Rebecca S. Blose I Lori L. Bollinger
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Lesa D. Bateson
Harry L. Aspell
I Brian W Baxter
James A. Bowman
Jon C. Brough
Kimberbf A. Laurie L. Baldwin Glenn A. Banks Nancy L.
Baker I I Barringer
Kathryn M. Beach Lora J. Bell Joyce H. Candy M. Bish
Zelda M. Bryant Danny E. Burk Deborah E.
Seniors I 27
Sandy lFeuchtj Tammy M.
Linda F Cheeks
Stanley E. Cohen
Douglas E. Kimberlv A
Crystal K. Brenda M. Day Kenneth T
Dauterman ' I Deckard
John R. C haMn
J. Brian Chapman
Linda L. Cooper
Gary A. Corner
Joel D. Crabtree
DouglasA. Penny K Deuble
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Laurie A. Filtro
Tina L. Deuble '
Breck 0. Dull Denise R. Dunfee
I Flechtner i
Lisa L. Fleetwood Craig Fogle
Gayla J. Gillett Ralph R. Gilliland
Fred R. Gonzales Linda Gonzales
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H. Duane Dunfee
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Gary L. Engler
Thomas L. Fellers
Ray Foster Jean E. Faust F Charles Randal E
Gerlach I Gerrilsen
R. Seo!! Grffhn
Gene A. Graves I I L. Cameron Gray N I
Seniors 1 31
Judith E. Hirt
I Dan Haase
Scott A. H iser
J ejfrey L. Hunker
I I Mark E. Hojfman I
Joey A. Hoover
I I Frederickfl Hunt I
I Kathleen L. Hunt
Freda E. Hanley
Anette E. Hiatt
Brenda R. Horner
I Teresa Hough I I Wesley D. House I I
Laune A. Johnson
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Scott J. Kisabeth I
Sonia D. Johnson
Gary F Jordan
I Pamela M.
I John W Knox
Wendy K Joseph
Michael L. Krupp
Carol A. Lehmann
Jame M. Lettch
Robert F Lewe
Julie L. Madson
Brian K. Steve D. Keller Russell L. Kzdman Jeanette F
Donald H. Jim D. Lambright Michelle K. Deborah L.
Laderach Lambright Leeson
Cindy L. Malagan Sandra K. John A. Matz
KendaIIJ. McCormickl , Kelbr A. McCoy
Lzsa J. Mzller M1chaeIJ. Molzneaux Glenda M. Moore Deborah K. Mora
James L. Nomina Jr.
Lzsa Y. North
Laurie A. Meyers
James W Might
M ichael L. Naus
C haniay Kevin E.
I N ewman j F eehan N iswander
Daniel L. Oswald
Cal D. Parks
I Annelle Parsons I
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Clzrismplzvr L. Curtis J. Reinhard Janice J. David C. Rincharl
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Benjamin F Pratt
Kathv Roberts K l Tina L. Rosendale l
I Charles A. Puttom
N John W. Rasp
R umschlag Sallisbunv
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Timothy M. Stahl
I I Julie L. Stateler SI
Kathy M. Smzth I
I Susan K. Sullenberger I
Mtchael J. Stmth
I J oLynn Szallar
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Michael S. Tucker Deborah A. Twining
Peggy S. Smith
Tracy A. Spencer
andy J . Szallar
M. Kent Tarbox
Paul B. Taylor
Nancy S. Wagner
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Beckie J. Walton I Sal L. Ward I Jeri L. Warman
John C. Wedge Sandra M. Lisa J. Wolfrum Mark R. Wolph
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Chuck Pullom Dan Burk
Laurie Baldwin Laurie Fittro
SEXIEST TEACHER'S PET
Fred Hunt Bob Lewe
Kathi Bartunek Pam Kleinmark
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Brian Chapman CUTEST COUPLE Mike Smith
Lori Zimmerman Randy Gerritsen Peggy Flechtner
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Senior Social Studies,
American History, Varsity
"My philosophy has
changed little. I will always
think that people should try
to act decently, try to learn,
and think a little bit. I have
gained more respect for
people who take great
pride in their work, even it
the work is with things and
Woods I, Il, Ill, Graphic Arts
I, Industrial Arts.
O.W.E, Related, English.
Driver's Education, O.W.E.
English, General Math.
"My greatest ambition in
life is to see educational
Mr. Cobb's most interesting
job, aside from teaching,
was being a handy-man at
a funeral home.
English I, Brave Reflections
Advisor, Freshmen and
. . I feel there is a lot to
be said for just learning to
communicate with students
and encouraging them in
Latin l, ll, Ill, Jr. Classical
League Advisor, English I.
"My greatest ambition in
life is to help young peo-
Physical Education, Driv-
er's Education, Girls' Ten-
"The most interesting job I
have had is being an ambu-
lance attendant Being an
EMS squad personas a
great responsibility and ol
prime importance "
COE, COE Club, Junior
Class Advisor, OOEA Advi-
sor, Pep Club Advisor.
"My greatest ambition in
lite is to stay happy."
Auto Mechanics Related.
Mr. Dull's hobbies include
golf and woodmaking. His
most interesting non-teach-
ing job was disposing ot
bombs and mines in the
Navy. His greatest ambition
in life is to live longer than
any other member of his
Senior Social Studies,
Mr. Eynon enjoys traveling
and camping. His most
interesting job, aside from
teaching, was truck driving.
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- Mr. Fruth assists Dave Angles on the Bridgebort.
- Pam Hammer, Malea Sigler, Tammy Butcher, and Linda
Brown take time out from archery to enjoy the warm fall
- Seniors learned firsthand about campaign practices in the
- Taking advantage of a few free moments, are Tony Hiatt and
- "I can't believe it's time for school already," says Candy
6 - Mike Oxley discusses the importance of getting involved in
7 - Miss Coker displays her spirit on "Costume Day."
Earth Studies, Astronomy,
Ecology and Environment.
Algebra I, Cross Country
Coach, Reserve Basketball
American History, Social
Studies, Boys' Tennis
"l have a more realistic
view of motivating techni-
ques for students."
Mr. Fox's hobbies include
officiating basketball, and
playing softball and tennis.
He has been a tennis
teaching pro, and he feels
that this has been his most
interesting job aside from
Basic Design l
Mrs. Fruth's greatest ambi-
tion in life is "to integrate
my mental and physical life
so as to make the most of
my potential . .
Vocational Machine Trades
"My philosophy is that
today's education is basic
preparation for tomorrow's
living. The change has
been in the students' phi-
losophy. They live only in
the present with very little
thought of tomorrow."
English, Jay-Teens Advisor
rua" I Mi
1 - Duane Bradner expresses himself on
2 - A "rowdie" faculty band enthusiastic-
ally accepts the spirit stick.
3 - Nimble fingers put the finishing touches
on the cartoon.
4 - Hard working Tom Dyer runs the lathe.
5 - John Pope, Barb Blose, and Cheryl
Meyers explore a little domestic culture in
6 - A limping Melanie Zirger and Robin Wil-
son re-enact the "Masque ot the Red
7 - Jay Cousins is engrossed in his read-
8 - Dan Martinez examines his critter for
9 - "Read on, Cal Parks, read on!"
American Studies, English
"I enjoy traveling, whether
on vacations or just week-
end jaunts. I also enjoy
reading, music, and my
Among the varied jobs that
Ms. Grimm has performed
are chopping cotton in New
Mexico, making toys and
working with capacitors.
French I, II, III, IV, French
Mrs. Guernsey's greatest
ambition in life is "to leave
the world a little better than
American Studies, Ameri-
can History, Psychology,
Sociology, Assistant Track
"My philosophy has
changed from an idealistic
to a more realistic point of
Senior English, Language
Arts Department I-lead.
Mr. Hite enjoys reading,
and the most interesting
job he's had, aside from
teaching, was that of a
Reading Lab, English I, Stu-
dent Council Advisor,
Audio Visual Aids Coordi-
Mr. Hoffman's hobbies
include golf, fishing, and
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1 - Diane Kisaberth learns one of the many ways of skinning a
cat in Bio. II.
2 - A fascinated Jon Brough performs a chemical reaction.
3 - inquisitive Anefte Hiatt and Julie Stateler leaf through college
4 - Tim Butcher enthusiastically attacks an assignment in chem-
5 - Duane Dunfee toots his own horn.
Typing I, Business Princi-
ples, Shorthand I.
Mrs. Jacob's hobbies
include reading, gardening,
and knitting. Her most inter-
esting non-teaching job
was that of a secretary at
O.W.E. Head Football
Coach, Assistant Wrestling
Home Economics I, ll,
Advanced Clothing, Family
Living, Child Development.
Mrs. Lee enjoys traveling,
boating, and visiting
friends. Her most interest-
ing job has been that of a
product demonstrator for
different food products in a
Coach, Assistant Track
Mr. Leforge's activities
include golf, tennis, and
sleeping. His most interest-
ing job, aside from teach-
ing, was being a softball
umpire and working in a
Distributive Education I, II,
Deca Club Advisor.
Mr. MarshaIl's favorite hob-
bies are bass fishing, card
playing, and camping. If he
weren't teaching, he'd be
an electrical and heating
contractor. One of his most
interesting jobs was being
a groom and valet at a dog
Modern Math I, Algebra ll,
Math IV, Math Department
Home Economics I, II, Inde-
pendent Living, Interior
Education, FHA Advisor,
Cheerleading Advisor, Pep
"I have found that to be an
effective teacher one has to
be part entertainer, part
comedian, and part minis-
ter, and throw out all the
philosophy books from col-
Library Media, Fohilib Advi-
"Reference skills are
essential for self-teaching,
and the knowledge we gain
in the process is often what
means most to us. It is also
the means of continuing to
learn after formal schooling
Biology I, Il, Botany,
Bioethics, Science Depart-
Mrs. Paananen's most
interesting job has been
teaching English to foreign-
ers. Her greatest ambition
in life is to visit the Great
Barrier Reef and see the
animal life there.
English Il, Yearbook,
Ms. Pelton enjoys traveling,
photography, reading, col-
lecting baskets, paper-
weights, and growing
plants. If she were not a
teacher, she'd work in
some area of photojournal-
ism, or open a combination
bookstore and coffee shop.
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"To be happy in what I do."
Mr. Pohlman's most inter-
esting non-teaching job
was that of a miIlwright's
assistant. If he weren't a
teacher at FHS, he'd be a
foreman at a local factory.
He enjoys camping, canoe-
ing, and doing things with
French II, French Club.
"I have discovered that
interest and effort are fac-
tors more important than
Metals, Mechanical Draw-
ing, Freshmen Football and
Home Economics I,
Advanced Foods, Bachelor
Living, Child Care,
Geometry, Baseball Coach,
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- Carol Lehmann works hard
on finding the solution to her
- "Twenty-five pages!"
exclaims Leslie Balmforth, "and
they call this a short story?"
- John Zamudio diligently
works with water colors to cap-
ture his thoughts in a picture,
- Toni Simpson joins in with the
choir to add that special touch.
- Cami Gray, Joe Hoover, and
Dea Zimmerman say "Smile,
you're on candid camera!"
- Jett Latham successfully
completes a drafting layout.
- Pat Grine puts his ingenuity
Television I, II, Television
Head, Bookkeeping I, II,
Personal Typing, Business
Law, Business Machines,
Business Principles, School
Recordkeeping, IOE, Steno
"My greatest ambition in
lite is to be content with that
which I am doing at the
Health, Biology I.
"l have a more realistic
approach to people whose
attitude toward education is
sincere! I once thought
education was an honora-
ble prolession but public
attitude has made me feel
- Tina Deuble displays: her
2 - Laura Lambert listens attentively to
the tapes in language lab.
Basic Design Il, Photogra-
phy, Silk Screen, Printmak-
ing, Jewelry, Pottery, Art
Club, Art Department
Study Hall Supervision.
"I believe discipline is the
key to lite and must come
from the person himself."
Mr. Thompson's most inter-
esting non-teaching jobs
have been reviewing plays,
and engaging in military
intelligence. His hobby is
gardening, and in his spare
time he reads books on
Physical Education, Driv-
ers' Education, Drivers'
Math I, II, Physics, Girls'
Mr. Topor enjoys all types
ot sports, especially tennis,
basketball, bowling, goll-
ing, and running. His great-
est ambition in lite is to
coach a state champion-
Health, Physical Education,
Head Track Coach, Assist-
ant Football Coach.
"l still feel it is the responsi-
bility of the student to learn
as much as he can, be
attentive, and sincere in
this endeavor. It is the
responsibility ol the teacher
to organize and present as
much available material, as
possible, within his subject
area, to his students, and to
keep up to date with his
OWE Ill, American History.
Mr. Vwlson was a pilot dur-
ing WW ll.
English I, Communications,
Spanish I, II, Ill, IV, English
I, Spanish Club.
Mrs. Zaruba's philosophy
of education has always
been to motivate, guide
and evaluate her students.
Music Department Chair-
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1 - Claudia Hutchisson quickly finishes
her algebra homework before the bell
2 - Linda Brown shoots for a basket and
attempts to perfect her form.
3 - Dignified Mr. Hite is loyally support
ing a cross country meet.
"l am more cognizant ot
student, staff, and parent
rights and responsibilities.
Mr. McCambridge's goal in
life is to provide the best
education lor the school
system he's sewing.
Asst. Supt., Business and
Asst. Supt., Instruction.
"Working at understanding
students is a continuing
job. I thought it would be an
easy task while I was in col-
lege, but now I realize it
takes a great deal of
"My greatest ambition in
lite is to become a curricu-
lum director in a school
system . . . to help
improve the educational
"I find guidance and coun-
seling to be very interesting
and rewarding. I enjoy the
relationship that counseling
and teaching tosters."
"I am less critical and more
tolerant of others."
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FHS SECRETARIAL STAFF:
Helen Stausbaugh, secretary to assistant principalg Mary Elsea, recep
tionistg Sue Bartunek, secretary to principalg Evelyn Bradeberry, assist
1 - "Handle it, handle it!" jokes Mr. Ramsey to Mrs. Strausbaugh.
2 - Mr. Coburn assists Jim Lambright in the arena scheduling.
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FOSTORIA BOARD OF EDUCATION:
Ctront rowj Donald Fisher, Richard Norton, Marlyn Angles. Cback rowj R. W. Williams, Ralp McCambridge, Ruth Munn, clerk treasurer,
HIGH STREET SECRETARIAL STAFF:
ffront rowj Lana Stearns, Joanne Sabbagh. Cback rowj Donna Tsantles, Barbara Warner, Lois Harrison, Frances Woltrum,
1 - Mrs. Brandeberry enjoys setting up a teepee for the book fair.
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ley, Nina Barbour. Qback rowj Gladys Reeves, JoAnn Sifterd, Joyce True, Karis Suber, Marcia Rader, Alma Lee, Ilene Rader.
Rex Houston, parking lot supervisor, detention supervisor.
CUSTODIANSI Gerald Hummel, Bob Pierce, Ray Carnahan, Joe Ariza, Bill Horen.
STUDENT CAFETERIA WORKERS: infront rowj Tony McCIanahan, Ben Martinez, David Hughes. Dennis Zeigatoose. Duane
Bradner. Qback rowj Tina Russell, Gena Adkins, Leticia Biles, Roxanne Goins, Lori Simms, Scott Harris,
Grace Lehman, school nurse.
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ACTIVITIES SECTION EDITOR Judy Hirt
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PHOTOGRAPHERS Jett Mullins
ADVERTISING MANAGER Beth Bulkowski
ADVERTISING STAFF Lora Bell
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ARTWORK Robin Wilson
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Baker, Dale - 124
Baker, Jeff- 79,82,124
Baker, Julianna - 59, 124
Baker, Lori- 111
BALDWIN, LAURIE - 12, 28, 50, 57, 72, 79, 127,
Baldwin, N. Craig - 2, 22, 24, 50, 74, 118
BALLREICH BROTHERS FURNITURE - 57
Balmlorth, Leslie - 82, 111,124, 154
Baney, Michelle - 50, 69, 79, 82, 83, 118
BANKS, GLENN -57, 73, 74, 75, 127
Barbour, Nina- 160
Barchus, Dorsey -111
Barlekamp, Curt - 8, 19, 74, 79, 118
Barlekamp, Doris- 160
Barringer, Brian - 19, 34, 52, 111
Barringer, Bruce - 22, 34, 52
BARRINGER, NANCY -65,73,127
BARTUNEK, KATHI -16, 44, 95, 126, 143
Bartunek, Nancy - 27, 45.60, 67, 69, 111
Bartunek, Sue- 158, 171
Baseball Team -57
J. B. BASEHORE -171
Basinger, Scott -111
Bateson, Jackie - 59, 79, 82, 103
BATESON, KEVIN - 126
BATESON, LESA- 68, 73, 79, 126
Bauman, Andy- 118
Bauman, Robert- 111
Baumbarger, Lori - 82, 111
BAXTER, BRIAN - 76, 126
Baxter, Cynthia-59, 103
Beach, Julie-59, 82, 103
BEACH, KATHY - 9, 57, 65, 67, 127
Boier, Scott - 70,124
Beigh, Beth -103
ELL, LORA- 79,98,127
ERGSTEDT, JOYCE -127
Bargstedt, Roger - 63, 118
ETHEL, RICK -- 188
Bethel, Ron -124
Blbbee, Bruce - 73, 148
Biddle, Gregg -19,67,111
Biddle, Mule-62, 118
BIG BEAR MUFFLER - 64
Blles, Leticia - 63.67, 111, 160
Blller, Marsha- 36, 38 .
BILL KREIS -179
BILL O'DONNELL INC. - 179
BlLL'S MEN'S AND BOYfS WEAR - 60
BIIRL MURRHYIREALTY - 61
Bir mire, Greg - 78, 79, 82, 111
Birkmire, Sheryl -28, 38, 78, 79, 82, 83, 103
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Blackburn, Barbara -103
Blake, Jim - 62,118
Blosei, Barb - 27, 77, 79, 118, 151
BLOSE, BECKY - 7, 68, 70, 78, 79, 80, 92, 126, 143
Board ol Education -159
Bockbrader, Leroy- 160
Bockleman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. - 169
Bockleman, Tim - 9, 21 , 35, 79, 82, 83, 96, 103
Bolt, Dan - 19, 34, 52, 111
Boll, Laurie- 22, 44, 60, 118
Bott, Monty- 14, 21,35, 103
Bogard, Greg -118
Bdgard, Kristy-12, 44, 45, 49, 60, 72, 75, 111
Bohanon, Debbie - 65,118
BOND, ROXANNE - 73, 188
Book, Bill- 178
Bostic, Ken - 112
Boullon, Jell-75, 118
Boulton, Steve-41, 60, 70, 112
Bowers, Melanie - 63,112
Bowman, Bill- 19, 39, 72, 112
BOWMAN, JIM- 22, 39, 92, 126
Bowman, Lee -22,78,79,82,83,90,118
Boys' Basketball Team - 30, 31 , 32, 33, 34, 35
Boys' Tennis- 52
Boys' Track -46, 47
Brady, Brenda-82, 103
Brarrian, Michelle- 59,103
Brandeberry, Evelyn -73, 100, 158, 159
Brandeberry, Ron -118
Brant, Dennis-21,41, 103, 148
Brandt, Eric- 19, 112
Brave Reflections - 71
Brooks, Suzette - 64, 118
Brough, Dr. and Mrs. -172
BROUGH, JON - 25, 30, 126, 145, 152
Brown, Brian - 21,35,103
Brown, Bryce - 62, 124
Brown, Deborah -59, 103
Brown, Glen -63,118
Brown, Greg- 72,118
Brown, Richard -5,148
Brown, Rick-34, 112
Brown, Sheena- 112
BROWNING, JOE- 30,32,33,188
Browning, Watson -103
Broyles, Cindy- 79, 82, 112
BRYANT, ZELDA- 127
BUCKEYE AUTO PARTS - 172
Buchanan, Susan- 59, 112
Bulkqwski, Beth - 28, 72, 82, 83, 118,164
Bulkowski, Debbie- 73, 103
Bulkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth - 165
Bulkowski, Tracy- 73, 103
Bullock, Angie - 82,118
Bullock, Linda - 59,112
BURK, DAN - 10, 30, 31, 64, 68, 127, 143
Burk, Mr. and Mrs. Edward - 178
Burk, Larry- 78, 79, 82, 83, 118, 161
Burk, Sheila-29, 79, 83, 103
BURKHOLDER, DEBBIE -127
BURLEY, QFEUCHTJ SANDY - 64, 128
BURNS REALITY - 67
Burris, Glenn - 70,103
BURROWS, TAMMY - 65, 73,128
Butcher, Tamara - 59, 104, 148
Butcher, Tim -19, 129,153
Butcher, Tom -19,112
BUTLER, CHUCK- 188
Butler, Ricky- 112
Cahlik, Corinne - 36, 38
CAHLIK INSURANCE -61
Cameron, Heather-27, 60, 104
CAMERON-WEBER AGENCY -171
CANDYMND RESTAURANT - 63
Canterbury, Lee- 112
Capotillo, Richard - 41, 112
Carnahan, Roy- 160
Carpenter, Kelly- 60,67,72,75,79,82,83.86,118
Carter, Jenny-65, 118
Carter, Ken -118
Carter, Kim - 63,119
Carter, Ricky- 104
CENTURY 21, GENE STAHL a ASSOC. - 58
CHALFIN, JACK - 25, 76, 129
CHAPMAN, BRIAN-2, 12, 16, 18, 19, 40, 51,95
129. 143, 145
CHAPMAN'S JEWELERS - 166
Chavana, Mauro- 124
CHEEKS, LINDA- 128
Cheerleaders- 42, 43, 44, 45
Choir-81, 82, 83, 84
CLYDE'S UNION '76 - 66
Cobb, Robert- 148
Coburn, Bruce -112
Coburn, Coby- 19, 158
Cochran, Roger - 30, 70, 112
Colfer, Franklin -124
Cohen, Gaither- 19, 112
Cohen, Henry - 70,119,123
OOHEN, STANLEY - 22, 23, 67, 128
Coker, Karen- 71,111,149
Colby, Mike - 19, 119
Cole, Christine -104
COLEMAN, DOUG- 61,69,128
COLE MOTOR SALES - 179
Collett, Joseph - 74, 149
Collins, Brad -119
COMMERCIAL BANK A SAVINGS CO. - 174
COMMERCIAL PRESS PRINTING - 52
Conrad, Kelly-27, 58, 119 .
CONRAD, KIM - 61, 71 , 128
Cook, Julie-42, 104
COOPER INSURANCE AGENCY - G5
COOPER, LINDA - 61, 68, 129
Cooper, Rex -104
Cooper, Richelle - 82.83.119
Coppler, Cindy- 71, 112 ,
Coppler, Sharon - 59, 74, 104
CORNELL, EDDIE- 19, 67, 89, 129, 145
CORNER, GARY - 57,129
COSTILLA, DAVID -188
Costilla, Debbie-62, 124
Cousin, Jay- 112, 151
CRABTREE, JOEL -129
Craddolph, Cindy - 112
CRAFT CORNER - 58
Cramer, Cody- 104
Cramer, Paul- 158
Cramer, Scott- 104
Cramer, Tom- 119
Crawford, Rebecca -104
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Crawford, Rhonda - 62, 119
Cress, Phil - 124
Cross Country Team - 22, 23, 24
Crowe, Connie -104
CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING - 62
Curry, Lisa - 79,112
Custer, Mark - 22, 112
DAIRY QUEEN - 65
Dalrymple, Janet - 27, 149
DANIELAK ELECTRIC - 168
Daniels, Sue - 61,121,149
Danner, Stacie - 59, 82, 104
Darr, Kim - 42, 67, 103, 104
Daugherty, Gail - 29, 38, 58, 79, 82, 118
DAUTERMAN, CRYSTAL - 58.69, 79, 82, 1
Deuterman, Jim - 60,79,112
Davis, Bob -119
Davis, Terri - 59.82, 75, 104
Dawson, Brian -51
DAY, BRENDA -128
DEAN 8 DONNA'S CARRYOUT - 38
DECKARD, KENNETH - 60, 128
Deerwester, Laura - 184.108.40.206
Deerwester, Mark - 21, 35, 67.82, 104
DeLaRosa, Anna -104
DeLaRosa, Janet- 124
DeLaRosa, Pete - 62, 124
DELL'S RESTAURANT - 70
DENNISON, DOUG -25, 51, 57, 72, 129, 1
Detillion, Shelly - 74, 124
Deuble, Lori - 124
DEUBLE, PENNY - 61, 68, 129
DEUBLE, TINA - 9, 28, 36, 57, 61 , 67, 78, 79, 130,
Diaz, Rosalinda - 59, 82, 104
DIBLE, BECKY - 188
Dible, Connie - 63, 104
DiCesare, Frank -119
Dieter, Charlene - 104
Dispennetl, Kristy - 59, 104
Dispennett, Sandy - 62, 124
Dodrill, Jeff -112
Doe, Jane - 124
Doe, Thadley - 76, 112
Dolch, Kyle - 75, 78, 79. 82, 83
Donaldson, Lennie - 9, 78, 79, 82, 104, 11
DON'S IGA - 69
DOROTHY'S SHOP - 171
Drake, Tim - 25, 34, 112
Drake, Dwight- 76
Driggs, Marcia - 59, 104
Driggs, Sheryl - 65, 119
DUFFlELD'S MUSIC CENTER - 80
DULL, BRECK - 60, 61, 67, 71 , 130
Dull, John -124
Dull, John - 76, 149
DUNFEE, DENISE- 62, 76, 87, 130,143
DUNFEE, DUANE - 72,79,80,131, 153
Dunn, John - 158
Dunn, Mark-25. 35, 79, 82, 104
Dunn, Michelle -112
Duque, Fred -189
DUQUE, NORA - 65, 131
Durst, Eric -105
Durst, Robert - 78, 189
Durst, Robin - 105
Dyer, LuAnn -36, 38, 59, 105
Dyer, Thomas - 51,124,151
Earl, Rick - 19
Eash, Lisa - 73, 75, 79, 119
EASTCO ALUMINUM CORPORATION -1
Eatherton, Maynard - 60, 74, 112
Echelberry, Jay - 105
EDGEWOOD MANOR INC. - 169
EDISON'S DISCOUNT DRUG STORE -'38
Eidenour, Rick -112
Eikolt, Tom - 19, 21
Elchert, Jim - 76,119
Elctert, Tim - 76, 119
ELMO'S BAIT 8 TACKLE - 172
Elmore, Benny - 160
Elsea, Jackie - 27, 60, 67. 75, 89, 119
Elsea, Mary - 158
ELSEA'S TV 8 APPLIANCE --176
Emerson, Jim - 160
Emmons, Anita -105
Engler, Carol- 58, 64, 119
ENGLER, GARY - 76, 131
Erulkar, Dr. Solomon - 176
Etzinger, Mike-22, 23, 24, 72, 119
EVANS OFFICE EQUIPMENT - 175
EWE - 63
Eynon, Meg -3, 27, 45, 89, 112
Eynon, William - 101 , 149
Fant, Kim- 7, 28, 48, 49, 82, 83, 119, 121
Fast, Amy - 27, 105
Feasei, Mark - 63
Fellers, Tim - 42, 70, 112
FELLERS, TOM - 22,131
FENSTERMAKER'S SHOE STORE - 179
Ferguson, Dennis - 150
F.H.A. - 58
FHS Band - 77, 78, 79,80
Fiedler, Curt - 9, 79, 82, 105
Fiesel, Robert - 19
Finsel, Stuart - 70, 105
FIFIESTONE TIRE 8 RUBBER CO. - 72
Fisher, Carl -A 22, 30, 34, 150
Fisher, Donald - 159
Fisher, Greg-4, 19, 73, 113
FITTRO, LAURIE -57, 61, 130, 143
Flagg, Terri - 59, 105
FLECHTNER BROS. PACKING CO. - 170
FLECHTNER, PEGGY - 28. 29.36, 37, 68, 78, 79.
80, 130, 143
FLEETWOOD, LISA - 61 , 130
Flemming, Jenni- 27, 45, 60, 105
Flinders, Tammy - 82, 105
FLOWERLAND - 74
FOGLE, CRAIG -130
Fogle, Kathi- 59, 75, 105
FOHILIB - 73
FOHIRAB - 72
FOODTOWN - 170
Football Team - 18, 19
FORT FINDLAY MERCHANTS ASSOC. - 165
Foster, Annette - 62,113
FOSTER HOUSE - 166
FOSTER, RAY - 19, 26, 46, 64, 131
FOSTORIA AUTO-TRUCK - 174
FOSTORIA CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC. - 165
FOSTORIA ELECTRIC - 74
FOSTORIA INDUSTRIES -176
FOSTORIA POWER EQUIPMENT - 69
Foust, Mr. and Mrs. Doyt - 178
FOUST, JEAN - 29,36,66,68,89, 131,143
Fox, Barb - 78,79,87,119
Fox, John - 52, 150
FRANKLIN, THE - 163
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES - 73
French Club - 75
Freshman Class Officers - 103
Freshman Football Team - 21
Fruth, Eunice -101,150
Fruth, Frank - 148, 150
FRUTH HARDWARE CO.-165
Fugitt, Matthilda - 62, 113
Fugitt, Ruth -105
Galan, Norma -105
Galvan, Gerardo -19, 113
Garbe, David -105
Garbe, Donald -19,34,113
Garbe, Laura - 5,58,119
Garcia, Blanka - 59, 70, 105
Garcia, Cynthia - 105
Gardner, Sherri - 59, 105
Garner, Laurie - 60, 79, 82, 119
GASE AGENCY - 169
George, Scott - 39.82, 105
Geren, Randy - 63, 105
GERLACH CONSTRUCTION -168
GERRITSEN, RANDY - 25,51,74,131, 143
GILBERT TOOLS G ABRASIVES - 76
Gill, Richard -60,150
Gillespie, Tammy- 62, 119
Gillett, Mr. and Mrs. John -179
Gillett, Mr. and Mrs. Victor -179
Gillian, Gregory-67, 105
Gillig, Chris- 119
GILLIG ELECTRIC - 77
Gillig, Ronald -119, 122
Gilliland, Jim -19,113
GILLILAND, RALPH -57,74,130, 143
Gillogly, william -151
Gilts, Kurt- 21,105
Girls' Basketball- 36.37, 38
Girls' Tennis Team - 27
Girls' Track Team - 48, 49
Glenn. Kevin - 72,113
Goddard, Josh -19, 75,119
Goddard, Kyle -21,67,104,105
Goins, Brian -105
Goins, Roxanne - 59, 63, 113, 160
Goll Team -25
Gomez, Annette - 8
Gomez. Ava -59, 105
Gonyer, Allen -60, 105
Gonzales, Chris- 189
Gonzales, Felix- 76, 119
Gonzales, Frank - 62
GONZALES, FRED -130
GONZALES, LINDA -130
Gonzales, Rachel- 45, 105
Good, Dr. Lowell- 169
GOOD SHEPERD HOME - 71
GRABER CERAMICS - 79
GRAVES, GENE- 131
GRAY, CAMI -16, 27, 49, 75, 95, 131, 143. 155
Gray. Gordon - 22, 39, 82, 83, 105
Greek, Judy-59, 105
Greek, Tina-59, 113
Gregg, William- 75,105
GRIFFEN, SCOTT- 75,131
Grimm, Patricia- 100, 151, 178, 179
Grine, Mike - 16, 19, 34, 35, 66, 71 , 95, 113
Grine, Stephanie -113
Groves, Dave - 76 '
Guernsey, Eleanor - 75,115
Guernsey, Sandra - 29, 38, 79, 82. 83, 105
Guernsey, Tim-62, 119
Guerra, Teresa -105
Guerra, Virginia - 86, 120
GUTKOWSKI, FRANK - 132
Gwiner, Greg -62, 113
Haase, Dan -132
Haase, Karen- 63, 106
Haddix, Rick- 100, 151
Hahn, Pam -106
Hahn, Randy- 142
Hall, Jett- 113
Hallman, Melissa -60,106
Hallman, Steve- 113
Hammer, Deanna- 62, 120
HAMMER - HEINSMAN -175
Hammer, Mike- 124, 163
Hammer, Pam- 108, 148
Hampshire, Maryalice -124
Hanley, Freda- 82, 133
Hannigan, Stacey- 189
Hanover, Rick- 113
Harger, Jim - 2, 22, 23, 120, 122
Harman, Brad - 70,113
Harman, Eric - 108
Harper, Allen - 162, 124
Harris, Gwandean - 121.
Harris, Laurene -62, 120
Harris, Lowell-9, 18, 19, 113
Harris, Mark - 70, 120
I-larris, Scott - 63, 106, 160
Harrison, Lois -159
HARROLD BAKER FUNERAL HOME INC. - 81
Hartley, Catherine - 160
Hatcher, Gregory- 1 13
Hayes, Chris-9, 11, 21, 78, 82, 83, 98, 106
Haynes, Kim -124
Height, Amy- 59, 74, 106
Helser, Brian - 52
Helms, Todd - 35, 106
Hemminger, Michael- 106
HERNANDEZ, BRENDA - 58, 86, 88, 133
Hernandez, Frank -106
Hernandez, Mary- 1 13
Hernandez, Rosie - 106
Hershey, Pam - 113
Hershey, Patty - 65, 120
Heykoop, Melinda- 6, 44, 60, 67, 72, 75, 120, 121
HIATT, ANETTE - 9, 69, 75, 133,153
Hiatt, Tom - 16, 21 , 82, 83, 95, 106, 148
Haan, Tony -113
Hickle, Randy- 124
Hickle, Robin -124
Hill. Dennis- 62
Hill, Jim - 70,113
Hill, John -120
Hirt, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas -171
Hir1,Janet-4.6, 16, 60, 66, 78, 80, 82, 95, 120, 161
HIRT, JUDY-2, 57, 60, 72, 78, 79, 80, 92, 132, 143
HISER, SCOTT - 76,132
Hite, William -100,151,157
HOENING FUNERAL HOME - 82
Hotlbauer, Ronnie -106
Hoffman, Kim - 73, 120
HOFFMAN, MARK - 73, 100,132,143
Hoffman, Thomas - 66,69,151,178
Holderman, Bob- 52
HoIman's Garage - 75
Holman, Steve- 19
Holmes, Chris -106
Holmes, Kenny- 35
Holmes, Stephanie - 59,63,114
Homecoming - 93, 94, 95
HOOVER, JOE -19,21,51, 132,155
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Horen, Bill- 160
HORNER, BRENDA- 60,67, 77, 79,82, B3,88, 133,
Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon - 165
Horner, Greg - 78, 79, 82, 83, 86, 96, 98
Horner, Jack- 25, 67, 114
Hough, Pamela- 106
HOUSE, WESLEY - 133
Houston, Debbie- 73, 79, 89, 91, 114
Howard, Patricia- 106
Howell, Lisa -68, 71 , 82, 114
Howell, Paul - 1 14
Howett, Mark- 75, 82, 120
Hoyer, Holliy - 75,114
Hoyer, Jell -60, 106
Hubbard, Pam - 63, 114
Hubbard, Robyn - 58, 74, 120
Huff, Chris- 71, 106
Hull, Linda- 114
Hutt, Paula - 79,84
Huffman, Sherry-59, 106
Hughes, David -63, 106, 160
Hummel, Gerald -160
HUNKER, CHRISTIE -60,133
HUNKER, JEFF- 19, 76, 114, 132
Hunker, Jennifer - 16, 42, 59, 95, 114
Hunker, Norma -160
HUNT, FRED-16,95, 132, 143
Hunt, John, - 19, 72, 114
HUNT, KATHY - 7, 13, 42, 43, 49, 57, 60, 67, 72, 75,
Hurles, Andy -106
Hurles, Nathan -120
Hutchins, Randy -19, 114
Hutchisson, Claudia -106, 157
HUTCHISSON, LURENE - 64,73,87,100,133
Ickes, Tina - 65,120
Ingram, Chandra - 60,73,79,82,83,114
I.O.!E. - 65
Jackson, Betty- 49
Jackson, Elizabeth - 42, 114
Jacob, Jean - 152
Jarrett, Roger -124
J.C. PENNEY CO,- 172
Jeakle, Keith -120
JEAKLE'S MARATHON SERVICE - 169
J. MILLER A CO. - 163
Johns, Jenny - 79,B2,106
Johnson, Joe- 19, 20, 34, 114
JOHNSON, LAURIE - 64,133
JOHNSON, SONIA- 57,60,134
Johnson, Warren - 75, 120
Jones, Kim - 124
Jones, Larry- 160
Jones, Robin - 75,120
Jones, Steve - 62, 124
JORDAN, GARY - 10, 78, 79, 80, 92, 134
Joseph, Jeff- 22, 34, 70, 78, 79
Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas -178
JOSEPH, WENDY- 57, 60, 77, 79, 134
Junior Class Olticers -121
KAMINSKY BROS, JEWELERS - 178
Kast, Jell -120
KAUFFMAN, BRIAN - 60, 70, 82, 135
Keckler, Dawn - 58, 59, 68, 71, 120
Keckler, Michael- 21, 70, 106
Keegan, Tracey- 120
Keels, Kevin -106
Keels, Laurie- 59,67,106
Keels, Sonia- 120
Keitter, Julie -27, 45, 67, 106
Keller, Jodi - 106
KELLER, STEVE - 64,82,135,145
Kelley, Ed -21,41, 79, 107
Kelley, Julie - 28, 79, 82, 107
Kentris, Bill- 19, 124
Kidd. Lora - 73,75,120
Kidd, Dr. and Mrs, Thomas -165
KIDMAN, RUSSELL- 135
Kidwell, Dick -19, 20, 94, 152
Kidwell, Timi - 19
Kiess, Tom -178
Kimble, Dan -121
Kimble, David -121
KIMBLE, JEANETTE - 74, 135
King, Penny- 65,68,121
Kinn, Greg- 107
Kinn, Mr. and Mrs, Frank J.-172
KINN 8 THEOBALD AGENCY - 176
Kinney, Marcia- 82,107
Kisabeth, Jill- 50, 79, 82, 107
KISABETH, SCOTT - 70, 82, 134
Kisaberth, Diane - 71,121,152
Kiser, Jim - 73,82,121
Kiser, Judy- 59,114
Kizer, Jeff- 107, 175
KLEINHEN'S OFFICE SUPPLIES -172
Kleinhen, Tom -114
KLEINMARK, PAM -57,134,143
KNOX, JOHN - 75,79,B8,134
Koepler, Brad -114
Kramb, Amy -11,42,43,121
Kraylek, Jay -63, 107
Kraylek, Ron -82,121
Kreais, Frank -107
Krick, Bryan -6,75,121
Krupp, Kellie- 121
KRUPP, MIKE - 52,134
Kubasek, Kelly- 107
Kunkelman, Chris- 35,107
Kurtz, Kathy- 59,79,B2,107
Lackey, Ed -114
Lake, Lisa -59,74,107
Lambert, Laura -60, 107,156
Lambert, Marc -19,41,114
LAMBRIGHT, JIM -135, 158
Lambright, Louanne - 38, 60, 79, 82, 83, 107
Lambright, Mark -82
Lambright, Randy- 121
LAMBRIGHT, SHELLEY - 42, 43, 61, 135
Landrus, Ercel - 75, 82, 107
Laney, Chris -114
Laney, Curt- 72,121
Lanning, Lori- 124
Latham, Jett -19, 30, 32, 46, 47, 121, 155
Lawson, Billy- 19, 20, 46, 75, 121
Layman, Cynthia -124
LAZZA, SONJA- 190
Leal, John - 22, 67, 115
Leal, Margie -16,95,107
Leal, Michael- 124
Leavitt, Ivan -22,79,82,115
Leavitt, Jennifer-60, 82, 121
Lee, Alma -160
Lee, Katheryn -152
Lee, Mark- 19, 115
Lee, Tim - 7,19,40,121
LEESON, DEBBIE -135
Lehman, Grace- 160
LEHMANN, CAROL -42,57,60,67,87,134 154
Lehmann, Doug -82,121
Lehmann, Dr. and Mrs. L. P. - 171
Lehmann, Steve- 21,78,79,92,107
LEITCH, JANIE -134
Leonard, Chuck- 19, 41, 115
Lewis, David - 76
Lewis, Luke- 21, 107
Lindsey, Michelle A. -36, 37, 62, 115
Logsdon, Jerry- 124
Lombardy, Barton C,-51,121
Long, Angela- 62, 115
Long, Rod -115
Longacre, Tracy - 38, 50, 60, 82, 83, 115
Loomis, Chuck - 23, 34, 115
Loomis, Kent- 5.21, 35, 107
Loomis, Thom - 51
Lopez, Leticia - 58.64, 121
Lopez, Norma -124
Loving, Jim -84,115
Lundy, Gary -60,115
Lynch, Nate - 22, 23, 24, 32, 33, 121
McCambridge, Ralph - 158, 159
McCarIey, Clifton - 79, 82, 83, 107
McCarIey, Lynda -38, 60, 89, 122
McClanahan, Anthony- 63, 107, 160
McConnell, Bob- 124
McCormick, Kami- 115
MCCORMICK, KEN - 57, 75, 136
McCoy, Don and Marilyn - 176
McCOY, KELLY -57,60,82,136,143
McDonald, Kim- 65,122,168
McDonald, Michael -21, 35, 107
McGee, Tom - 76, 122
Mclntyre, Jim -19, 115
Mclntyre, John -124
McKeever, Donna- 160
MCLAUGHLIN, MIKE - 76,137
MacDonald, Cheryl -68, 71, 115
Macko, James -152
Madson, Cheri -59, 82, 98, 105, 107
MADSON FLOOR COVERING - 50
MADSON. JULIE -6.69, 134
MAIER, SCOTT- 190
MALAGON, CINDY - 68, 135
Manecke, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd - 178
Marley, Barb- 175
Marley, Francis Jr,-169, 171
Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin -172
Marshall, Jim -60, 69
Marshall, John -64, 67, 152
Marshall, John -19, 39, 40, 88, 115
Marshall, Tony- 70, 115
Martin, Jell- 21 , 35, 107
Martinez, Benino -107, 160
Martinez, Dan -65,115,151
Martinez, Debbie -58, 59
Martinez, Don- 122
Martinez, Mario - 19, 115
Martinez, Steve- 76
Masel, Tim -153
Mason, Kenneth -115
Mason, Mark- 115
MASON, PERRY - 76, 190
Mathews, Donald - 157
MATZ, JOHN - 135
Mauer, Tom -124
May, Richard -115
May, Robin -19,122
MENNEL MILLING CO. - 163
Meyer, Dave- 76
Meyers, Carrie -59, 82, 107
Meyers, Cheryl -60, 82, 122, 151
MEYERS, LAURIE - 65.68, 69, 137
MIGHT, JIM - 57, 64, 137
Might, Lori- 107
Might, Terese- 65, 69, 122
Miller, Bruce -107
Miller, Dean -9,158,165,178
Millar. Jessie -115
MILLER, LISA- 73, 75, 82, 83, 100, 136
Miller, Vicki -59, 75, 82, 107
MOES BODY SHOP - 78
MOLINEAUX, MIKE -136,143'
Molineaux. Terry- 105
Moore, Clayton - 7, 19, 66, 71, 86, 122
MOORE, GLENDA- 61,136
Moore, Jackie - 59,115
Moore, Dr. Robert - 172
MORA, DEBBIE -60,68,136
Mora, Ted -21,67,103,107
Morgan, Gregg - 51, 78, 79, 95, 122
MORTIMER, JEFF -10.64.137
Mortimer, Laura - 74,79,89,115
MOYER, JOHN -19,190
Moyer, Rick- 108
Moyer, Vicki - 108
MR. "B'S" CLEANERS G LAUNDRY - 168
Mullins, Jeff- 19, 72, 112, 115
Munger, Tim - 12, 35, 92, 108
Munn, Ruth -159
Murray, Stewart- 25, 35, 108
Musgrave, Ruth Ann - 42, 58, 153
Myers, Carla -6, 29, 72, 74, 79, B3, 108
Nlyers, Mary Ruth - 176
NAUS, MIKE - 10, 30, 31, 33, 64, 68, 137
Nazarene, Church of the -172
NEWMAN, CHANTAYlFeehanj- 13, 44, 49, 64.
Niswander, Buddy- 60, 79, 122
NISWANDER, KEVIN -19,51, 137, 145
Niswander, Pam -108
NOMINA, JIM - 7, 36, 70, 79, 82, 87, 92, 136
Nomina, Nick- 9, 40, 41, 79, 82, 108
Norman, Damita- 108
NORTH, LISA- 122, 136
NORTH, ROSS-19, 136
Norton, Richard -159
Nye, Denise - 29, 36, 37, 38, 82, 108
Nye, Dora -160
NYE INC. - 179
Nye, Melissa- 59,108
Nye, Pat-62, 115
Nye, Scott -30, 32, 33, 51, 122
Nye, Sharon -108
Office Workers - 69
OHIO FARMERS INC. -44
OHIO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION - 173
OHIO STATE BEVERAGE STORE - 75
Olson, Jenny- 59, 82, 108
Omlcron Lambda - 68
Opperman, Jamie- 19, 51, 92, 122
Opperman, Jon - 106
OPPERMAN, JOSIE -64. 137
Opperman, Missy - 27, 42, 60, 122
Orlandi, Ellen- 73,100,153
Orozco, Justine -58, 67, 75, 124
Orwig, Raymond - 158
OSWALD, DAN - 68, 137,143
Oswald, Elaine -122
Oxley, Mike - 149
Paananen, Muriel- 153
Palmerton, Tom -108
PARKS, CAL -39,138,143,151
PARSONS, ANNETTE - 61,138,143
PARSONS, JEANETTE - 64,138
Parsons, Steve- 21, 108
Partee, Leslie-50, 60, 79, 115
Patton, Belinda-56, 65, 122
Paugh, Roger -160
Paxton, David -62, 115
PAYNE BROS, BREENHOUSE - 33
Payne, LeVina -124
Payne, Penny- 59,63,115
Pelton, Constance- 72, 153, 169
Pep Band - 79,80
Perrine, Donald - 154
Peters, Dorothy- 115
PETERS, ELIZABETH - 139
Peters, Harry- 108
Pethe, Natalie -64,115
Peyton, Janna- 60, 75, 79, 82, 83, 97, 122
Phillips, Pam -115
Pierce, Bob -160
Pingle, Bobbie- 58, 73, 86, 122
Pinskey, Janelle -115
PIZZA VILLA - 35
Pohlman, Ben -63,154
Pope, Bob - 78.79, 122
Pope, John -19, 74, 92, 122, 151
PORTER'S DRY CLEANING - 35
PRATT, BEN -139
PREIS STORE -164
Prenzlin, Becky-65, 122
Pritchard, Ward - 21, 35, 108
Pryor, Lynette -28, 79, 122
Puckett, Alan -122
PULLOM, CHUCK- 10, 16, 22, 23, 30. 47, 69, ro,
Pullom, Richard -19, 123
Rader, Eileen -160
Ramsey, Aloma -108
Ramsey, Robert -158
Ramsey, Tim - 9, 82, 108
Rasp, John - 64,139
RAY BODIE ELECTRIC - 36
RED'S CARRY-OUT - 78
Reed, Jim - 71, 78, 79, 108
Reese, Albert- 108
Reese, Jackie -123
Reeves, Gladys- 160
Reffner, Carol- 75, 154
REINHARD, CHRIS - 22, 26, 70, 79, 80, 82, 138.
REINHARD, CURTIS- 138
Reinhard, Jill- 123
Reinhart, Janice - 61, 138
REVIEW TIMES- 162
REX AIR TRAVEL - 165
Reza, Fred - 63,124
Rhoad, Tim -123
RICHARD J. WARD - 52
Richard, Amy- 38, 50, 60, 82, 116
Richardson, Randy- 19, 21, 35, 103, 154
Rinehart, David - 3, 57, 75, 67, 97, 138, 144
Rinehart, Lisa- 28, 29, 36, 37, 48, 123, 164
Riser, Laura - 50, 59, 73, 108
Riser, Linda- 116
Riser, Scott -62
Risner, Holly- 123
Risner, Julie -123
Ritchey, Ethel- 154
Ritter, Scott -124
RITZ, KEVIN -62, 190
Roberts, David -108
ROBERTS, KATHY-57, 67, 70, 75, 139
Robinson, Dixie -59, 108
Robinson, Linda -116
Rodriguez, Mary- 82, 124
ROLLERLAND SKATING CENTER - 37
Romine, John - 79, 123
Romine, Tom - 74,116
RON SMITH REALTY - 166
Rosales, Greg -25, 41, 116
Rosales, Rosalinda - 38, 42, 50, 67, 103, 109
Rose, Deborah -116
ROSE, KINN -190
ROSENDALE, TINA- 139
ROTH FURNITURE COMPANY - 68
ROY'S SHOE REPAIR -169
Rumschlag, Ben - 109
RUMSCHLAG, REGINA - 48, 62, 124, 139
Runion, Maria- 116
Runion, Todd -123
Rupert, Carol- 29, 109
Rupert, Nancy- 71,123
RUPP'S PARTI-MART - 39
Russell, Robert- 25.34.116
Russell, Stephen -51, 154
Russell, Tina- 63,82,123,160
Stevens, Brad -19,41,123
Stevens, Donald -60, 117
Stevens, Paul- 123
Steward, Lee- 109
Stewart, Mark- 109
Storrer, Dale -25, 123
Stoudinger, Jean - 65, 155
Strausbaugh, Helen -158
Streuble, Janet- 64, 82, 124
Student Cafeteria Workers - 160
Student Council -66, 67
STUDIO OF WONDERS - 177, 178
Studrawa, Dennis - 68,155
Suber, Karis -160
Sullenberger, Julie -117
Sullenberger, Susan - 57, 65, 140
Suter, Charles- 156, 177
Swartz, Lynn - 60,66,72,75,94,124
wrartz, Sara -110
Sweeny, John - 79, 110
Srvihart, Jessie -179
Swim Team - 50
Suinehart, Joel -51
Switzer, Tim - 21 , 35, 110
SZALLAR, JOLYNN - 65, 68, 140, 143
SZALLAR, RANDY - 76, 141
Sabbagh, Joanne- 159
SACKETT'S GIFTS- 170
General Index 185
Sakash, George -171
Salazar, Sam - 109
Saldusky, Angie -116
Salisbury, Brad - 123
SALLISBURY, PHIL -19,51,64.69. 13
Sallisbury, Rick - 51
Sanders, Ramona - 58,64,123
SAUBER, CINDY - 65,190
Sauber, Lisa - 75, 109
Scharlachf Kathy - 27,45,67,109
Schmitz, Jett - 109
Schmidt, Pete- 26,155
Schubert, Mr. 8- Mrs. Al - 165
SCHUBERT, KIM - 60, 67, 69, 77, 82, 83, 87, 138.
Schwepe, William - 84,155
Scott, Rod - 60, 109
SCOTT, TONY - 63, 138
Searles, Brian - 19, 34, 116
Searles, Debbie - 9, 73, 109
Searles, Dobi - 68, 69. 123
Seem, Gail- 60,116
SENECA LUMBER 8- MILLWORK - 166
SENECA WIRE AND MFG, CO. - 179
Senn, Susan - 123
Setlift, Tim -116
Seventy-nine's Super Fines - 100, 101
Shackeltord, Ralph -116
SHANKS, LUANN - 61 , 68, 138
Shatzer. David - 63, 109
Shaull, Brenda - 64,74, 124
Shaver, Gary -123
Shaw, Leann -116
Sheridan, Kenneth -124
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. - 42
Shine, Dorothy- 158
Shoub, David - 64, 68, 70, 79, 123
Shumaker, Kevin - 51
Shumaker. Scott- 8, 22, 51, 70, 116
Sillerd, JoAnn - 160
Sigler, Malea - 67,109,148
Sigler, Becky - 63, 109
Simcox, Anna - 28
SlMMON'S DECORATING - 43
Simms, Lori- 63,109,160
Simpson, Toni- 79, 82, 116, 154
Sims, Annette- 109
Simms, Lori- 8
Sims, Glenn -124
Sisser, Jerry - 70, 155
SLAUGHTERBECK, TOM - 62,123,138
Smith, Carol - 28,79, 123,164
Smith, Carolyn - 67, 109
Smith, Cathy - 123
SMITH, CHRIS - 63,139
SMITH, CINDY -42, 43, 65, 67, 139
Smith, Cleo -63,116
SMITH, ERIN - 76,139
Smith, Frank -116
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred - 169
SMITH, KATHY- 68, 140, 78, 79, 82
Smith, Lloyd - 123, 63
Smith, Michael J, -21, 109
I86 General Index
SMITH, MIKE -140,143,161
Smith, Mona- 109
Smith, Patty -63, 73, 109
SMITH, PEGGY- 64,141
Smith, Robin -109
Smith, Virginia -109
Smith, William - 65,155
SNYDER, ROXANNE -141
Soals, Julie- 116
Soals, Valerie- 123
Somers, Scot- 124
Spanish Club - 74
SPENCER, TRACY- 141, 143, 30, 31
Sperry, Cindy- 65, 123
SPORTSMANSHOP - 172
Springer, Scott- 109, 35
STAHL, TIM-2, 19, 46, 70, 79, 86, 140
Stark, Jetf - 123
Stark, Susan -109
STATELER, JULIE - 9, 66, 69, 140, 153
Stearns, Kim -38,60,67,79.82,83,109
Stearns, Lana - 159
Stearns, Lori- 60,75,123
Stein, Ray- 35,109
Steiner, Brad -109
Stevens, Alan - 63,117
TARBOX, KENT - 64, 72, 141
Tarris, Carolyn - 63,110
Tarris, Mary - 64,124
Tarris, Bob -117
Tate, Richard -117,160
Taylor, Mark -117
TAYLOR, PAUL - 76,141,143
Teacher's Aids - 68
TEMME. SONJA - 29, 60, 99, 141
Thaxton, Robert --117
Thomas, Chuck-62, 117
Thomas, Ethel- 160
Thomas, Richard - 75, 82, 83, 97, 124
Thompson, Clarissa -117
Thompson, David - 156
Thompson, Donald -110
Thompson, Esther -110
Thompson, Jim -19,117
Thompson, Roger - 79, 124
Thompson, Smiley- 76, 124
Thornsberry, Debbie -110
Tinsman, John - 30, 156
Todd, Toni -110
Tolento, Larry - 76,124
Tolento, Martha - 38, 42, 60, 117
Tong, Linda -27,117
Tong, Terry - 76,124
Topor, Lawrence -11, 156
Trevino, Carlos - 62, 124
TRICO GLASS - 45
TRI-COUNTY MOTORS -179
TRI-COUNTY NATIONAL BANK - 164
TROPICAL COVE - 84
True, Joyce- 160
Tsantles, Donna -159
TSANTLES, NICK - 64,140
Tucker, Evelyn -110
Tucker, George - 30,123,124
Tucker, Keith -110
TUCKER, MIKE -19,140
Tussinger, Brian - 9,14,21,60,82,110
Tuttle, Steve - 76
TV Crew - 70
TWINING, DEBBIE - 57, 65, 68, 140
Tyson, Ann - 71,117
Uballe, Ray - 34, 35, 68, 73, 117
UNION CARBIDE CORP. - 171
UNKEFER, BETH - 191
Unketer, Cliff - 124
Uptagratt, Dean -124
Uptagraft, John -124
Urquhart, Joe - 33, 92, 100, 124
Vance, Julie- 1 10
Vance, Nathan -159
Vanhoose, Brenda -110
VILLAGE TINKER ANTIQUES -171
Wlarreal, Biola - 58, 124
lhtt, Barry- 110
Wit, Beth -110
Vogel, Coleen - 27, 58, 124
Vogel, Kathy - 65,69,124
Volleyball- 28, 29
Wade, Troy - 4,19,69,117
Wagner, Karla - 58, 64,124
Wakefield, Kim -110
Walker, Keith - 21, 70, 110
WALTER MOTOR SALES CO. -179
Waltermyer, Lori- 1 10
WALTON, BECKIE - 57, 58, 68, 74, 142
Wangler, Tom - 21,110
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Paul- 176
WARD, SARA- 57, 61, 88, 142
Warman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry- 178
WARMAN, JERI - 29, 36, 69, 82, 100, 142
Warman, Sheryl -29, 82, 110
Warner, Barbara -159
Watkins, Larry- 117
Watson, Scott- 179
Weaks, John -110
Weddle, Charlotte - 65, 73, 86, 124
Weddle, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas- 165
WEDGE, JOHN -5, 19, 20, 26, 47, 57, 75, 142
Weiker, Debbie- 58, 59, 82, 110
Wend, Don -160
Wesney, Monica- 1 10
Wesney, Vincent- 124
WESLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH -171
WESTERN AUTO - 40
WFOB RADIO STATION - 168
White, Edison - 21,110
WHITE FRONT MARKET - 41
Whited, Ted - 19
WHITINGER, SANDY - 57,65,68,69,142
Vihdmer, Ward -82,83,110
Vihlch, Fred -156
Vihlch, Nancy - 29,50,72,79,82,83,110
Vihlcox, Jim - 70,124
Vihlcox, Nancy- 59,79,110
Vihlkins, LouAnn - 75,82,124
WILLIAMS FLOOR COVERING -176
Vlhlliams, R. W, - 159
VViIIier, John - 63,110
Vihlson, John - 157
Vihlson, Robin - 44, 60, 66, 72, 75, 124, 151
Woessner, Craig -124
Wohlgamuth, Karen - 59,110
Woltrum, Frances- 159
WOLFRUM, LISA -142
WOLF, MARK -142
WOLLAM-HISER - 84
WOLPH, MARK - 82, 83
Wonder, Cheryl- 59,124
Wonder, Rebecca- 62,117
Wood, Doug - 75, 157
Wood. Leann - 58,64,73,82,124
Wrestling Team - 39. 40, 41
Wyant, Richard - 70,117
Wyant, Tracy- 117
Yarbrough, Jacquelyn - 63, 110
Yates, Jan - 59,82,88,110
Yontz, Kelly- 58,124
Young, Brenda - 59,110
Young, Karen - 62, 124
Yunker, Nancy -65.124
Zamudio, John -124,154
Zaruba, Frances - 74, 100, 157
Zickaloose, Dennis - 110, 160
Zimmerman, Amy- 44, 45, 60, 67, 72, 75, 122, 124
Zimmerman, Dea - 42, 43, 60, 66, 117, 155
Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Gary -169
ZIMMERMAN, LORI-16.42,60,68,69,95, 142.
Zirger, Melanie -44,45,60,72,75,124,151
Zoll, Mr. and Mrs. David J.-157,178
Zoll, John - 22, 78, 79, 110
Zuelzke, Karen -59, 79,110
- One of the many unique experiences for
Sonja in the US., was learning about pioneer
days at Cedar Point.
- As a little girl in Dassel, Germany, on her
first day at school, carrying her sugar bag,
she never heard of America, let alone Fosto-
- At a family gathering Sonja enjoys munch-
ing on an ear of corn for the first time.
- Sonja found our Christmas Eve quite an
A lot of people who asked me if I were frightened to come over here alone were
astonished when I answered "no." But I was too excited and too curious to be anx-
ious. Although I had prepared for the United States, there were still many things I never
would have imagined before,
For example, I found myself in a store packing our groceries, as I was use to doing at
home, until I noticed the astonished look on my mom's face. She told me that it wasn't
necessary and would be taken care of by a special grocery packer who would take
them out to the car,
Some of the first impressions I got were that Americans can't live without a car or
McDonaId's, that there's a church at nearly every street corner, and that the bread is
so soft you sink all the way through it, if you only touch it.
The first time I got a glance at the inside ofthe school I was very impressed and was
even more so after being guided through all the class rooms. I had never seen such a
beautiful school before which had so much modern equipment and offered so many
opportunities. But the most amazing and strange thing at school was the first pep-rally.
I walked into the gymnasium expecting just a little bit of music and a speech about the
season so far. I couIdn't believe it when all of a sudden people were standing up, hold-
ing signs, raising their arms, and yelling, "CELL" or HSENIOFISY' supported by the band
and cheerleaders. It was even harder to imagine that the class that made the most
noise or showed the most spirit got a prize!
For Christmas I received a picture which says, "America, I love you," and I think that
it fits because I see myself adopting and accepting more and more American habits
and l'm sure I'Il miss a lot of these.
I want to thank the students and teachers at school and expecially my American
family for making this year so nice for me.
. 4 ,
I ' I
2 f MF
.l. h. ,X
Crew 1, 2,
KIMBERLY A CONRAD
FHS Crew 2 Volleyball 3 Brave
Reflections 3, 4, COE 4 .
School Cafeteria 1 , 2
3, 45 Band 1, 3,
43 Senior Class
cal League 4
3, 45 French
1 ' 2
Sophomore Choir 1, 2
KATHRYN M. A
National Honor 4, IQEC 3, 4 fp,
Fohira52'Staff 4g, ,sics 3
Thespians 4, 1, 3, 4
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1
25 Senior Choir 33 Pep Club 1
French Club 33 COE 4
JOYCE H. BERGSTEDT
OWA1gOWE 2, 3, 4
188 Senior Index
Student Council 2, 3,
ball 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1,
3, 4, Track 1 , 2, 3, 4
DENISE R. DUNFEE
Student Council 1, 3, TV Crew 1,
FHS Crew 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2,
Basketball Statistician 3, 4,
Office Worker 2, VlCA 3, 4
H. DUANE DUNFEE
Student Council 3, Junior Class
Officer, Junior Classical League
1, 2, 3, Fohirab 2, 3, 4, Band 1,
2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 1, J-Teens 1
OWE 2, 3, 4
Home Room Officer 3, IOE 3, 4
ROBERT D. DURST
VICA 3, 4
GARY L. ENGLER
VICA 3, 4
THOMAS L. FELLERS
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
Chamber Choir 2, 3, Senior
Choir 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3,
4, Wrestling 1 , 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4
SANDY CFEUCHTQ BURLEY
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Senior Choir 3, Volleyball 1,
LAURIE A, FITTRO
Student Council 1, 2, National
Honor 4, Freshmen-Sophomore
Choir 1, IOE 3, COE 4
PEGGY K. FLECHTNER
Home Room Officer 2, Fohirab
Staff 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4, Morning Announcer 3,
LISA L. FLEETWOOD
IOE 3: COE 4
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3,
4, Wrestling 1 , 2, VlCA 3, 4
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Class Officer, Y-Teens 1, Fresh-
men-Sophomore Choir 1, 2, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1,
Teachers' Aid 3, 4, Officer
F, CHARLES GERLACH
Fohirab Staff 4, TV Productions
3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3,
Stage Band 3, 4, Basketball 1,
Scholarship Team 1
RANDAL E. GERRITSEN
FHS Crew 1, Golf 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 2, 3, Scholarship Team 1
GAYLA J. GILLETT
National Honor 4, Junior Classi-
cal League 2, 4, Fohirab 2, 3, 4,
Band 1 , 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3
RALPH R. GILLILAND
National Honor 4, Junior Classi-
cal League 1, 2, 3, 4, Trackt
Safety Council 3, OWE 2, 3, 4
FRANK R. GONZALES
Safety Council 3, OWE 3, 4
FRED R. GONZALES
GENE A. GRAVES, JR.
Track 1 , 2, Wrestling 1, 2, OWE 4
L. CAMERON GRAY
Student Council 1, Freshmen-
Sophomore Choir 1, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Cheerleader 1
R. SCOTT GRIFFIN
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
Senior Choir 2, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2,
Baseball 3, OWE 4
FREDA E. HANLEY
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Senior Choir 3, 4
STACY F. HANNIGAN
Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3,
BRENDA L. HERNANDEZ
ANETTE E. HIATT
Home Room Officer 2, Y-Teens
1, Freshmen-Sophomore Choir
1, Teacher's Aid 4, Office Worker
JUDITH E. HIRT
National Honor 4, Fohirab Staff
4, Y-Teens 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band
4, Tennis 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Schol-
arship Team 1, 2
SCOTT A. HlSER
Brave Reflections 2, Stage Crew
1, 2, FHS Crew 2, VlCA 3, 4
MARK E. HOFFMAN f
Football 1,Track 1, 2, 3, 4
JOEY A. HOOVER
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1 , 3, 4, Track 2
BRENDA R. HORNER
Student Council 2, 4, Y-Teens 2,
3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3 4, Pep Band 2,
3, 4, Freshmen-Sophomore
Choir 1, Senior Choir 3, 4,
Ensemble 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4
WESLEY D. HOUSE
OWE 3, 4
CHRlSTlE R. HUNKER
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1, 2
JEFFREY L. HUNKER
FREDERICK F. HUNT
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Senior Choir 3, Basketball 1
KATHLEEN L. HUNT
Student Council 2, 4, National
Honor 4, Fohirab Staff 3, 4, Y-
Teens 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarians
2, Freshmen-Sophomore Choir
1, 2, Ensemble 1, Track 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
Teachers' Aid 3
LURENE E. HUTCHISSON
Fohirab Staff 2, FHS Crew 1,
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Senior Choir 3, Fohilib 1, 2, 3,
4, DECA 3
LAURIE A. JOHNSON
SONIA D. JOHNSON
National Honor 4, IOE 3, COE 4
GARY F. JORDAN
National Honor 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Pep Band 3, 4, Wrestling 1
WENDY K. JOSEPH
National Honor 4, Y-Teens 2, 3,
4, Parliamentarians 2, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensem-
ble 2, Freshmen-Sophomore
Choir 1, Jazz Band 3, Majorette
2, 3, 4
BRIAN A. KAUFFMAN
Junior Classical League 1, TV
Crew 3, 4, Basketball 1, Cross
Country 1, 2, J-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
Senior Index 189
STEVE D. KELLER
TV Crew 4, Concert Choir 3, 4,
DECA 3, 4
RUSSELL L. KIDMAN
Stage Crew 2, 3, Thespians 3,
Band 2, 3, Pep Band 3, J-Teens
JEANETTE F. KIMBLE
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1
SCOTT J. KISABETH
TV Productions 2, 3, 4, Choir 1,
2, 3, 4, Choir Choral 4
PAMELA M. KLEINMARK
National Honor 4, Pep Club 1,
Teacher's Aid 3, 4
JOHN W. KNOX
National Honor 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Freshmen-Sophomore Choir
1, Football 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3,
MICHAEL L. KRUPP
Tennis 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2
KRIS V. KUBASEK
Junior Classical League 2, 3
DONALD H. LADERACH
Junior Classical League 1, Wres-
JIM D. LAMBRIGHT
MICHELLE K. LAMBRIGHT
Student Council 1, Basketball 2,
Pep Club 1, Cheerleader 4, Bas-
ketball Statistician 3, IOE 3, COE
SONIA K. LAZZA
PHILLIP T. LEAL
FHS Crew 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Con-
cert Choir 1 , VICA 3, 4
DEBRA L. LEESON
Student Council 3, Y-Teens 1,
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
Pep Club 1, DECA 3, 4
CAROL A. LEHMANN
Student Council 2, 3, 4, National
Honor 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
Senior Choir 3, Cheerleader 1, 2,
3, 4, Pep Club 1
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1
ROBERT F. LEWE
Senior Class Officer, National
Honor 4, Fohirab Staff 3, 4,
190 Senior Index
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
Senior Choir 2, Basketball 1, 2,
Golf 1 , 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4
Baseball 1, J-Teens 2, VICA 3, 4
JULIE L. MADSON
Home Room Officer 2, Fresh-
men-Sophomore Choir 1, 2, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, TV Productions 4,
IOE 3, 4
Junior Classical League 1, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, J-Teens 1
CINDY L, MALAGAN
Pep Club 4, Teacher's Aid 4
SANDRA K. MARSHALL
DECA 3, 4
PERRY D. MASON
VICA 3, 4
JOHN A. MATZ
Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3,
Parliamentarians 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
KENDALL J. McCORMICK
National Honor 4
KELLY A. MCCOY
National Honor 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
FHS Crew 2, Freshmen-Sopho-
more Choir 1, Senior Choir 2, 3,
4, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
1, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3
J. MICHAEL MCLAUGHLIN
TVCreW 1 , 2, 3, VICA 3, 4
LAURIE A. MEYERS
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, IOE 3, 4
JAMES W. MIGHT ll
National Honor 4, DECA 4
LISA J. MILLER
FHS Crew 2, 3, Freshmen-Soph-
omore Choir 1, Senior Choir 2, 3,
4, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1,
Fohilib 1, 2, 3, 4
MICHAEL J. MOLINEALJX
Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4,
GLENDA M. MOORE
DEBORAH K. MORA
lOE 3, COE 4
JEFFERY T. MORTIMER
Basketball 1, 2, Golf 2, 3, Tennis
MICHAEL L. NAUS
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1
CHANTAY QNEWMANJ FEEHAN
Student Council 4, Track 1, 2, 3,
4, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Pep Club
KEVIN E. NISWANDER
Football 1,2, 3, 4
JAMES L. NOMINA, JR.
Thespians 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Pep Band 1, 3, 4, Dance Band
4, Freshmen-Sophomore Choir
1, 2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Tennis 1
LISA Y. NORTH
Football 2, 3, 4, OWE 4
JOSIE L. OPPERMAN
DECA 3, 4
DANIEL L. OSWALD i
FHS Crew 1, Omicron Lambda 2,
TV Crew 1, Concert Choir 1,
Chamber Choir 2
CAL D. PARKS
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Basket-
ball 1, Football 1, Wrestling 2, 3,
Track 1, 3, Pep Club 1, Volleyball
1, IOE 3, COE 4
Student Council 2, Freshmen-
Sophomore Choir 1, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Pep Club 1, IOE 3, DECA 4
ELIZABETH A. PETERS .
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 2,
Senior Choir 3, Volleyball 1, 2
BENJAMIN F. PRATT
National Honor 4, VICA 3, 4
CHARLES A. PULLOM
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Trackr1j,V,2,
JOHN W. RASP
DECA 3, 4
CHRISTOPHER L. REINHARD
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4,
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Basketball
1, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
1,2, 3,4,VarsityF 1,2
CURTIS J. REINHART
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
JANICE J. REINHART
Track 1, Pep Club 1, 2, IOE 3,
DAVID C. RINEHART
Student Council 4, Senior Class
Officer, National Honor 4, Senior
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 2, 3,
Football 1, Track 1, 2, Diving 1,
2, 3, 4
KEVIN T. RITZ
OWE 2, 3, 4
Senior Class Officer, National
Honor 4, Fohirab Staff 3, FHS
Crew 1, 2, Freshmen-Sopho-
more Choir 1, 2, Senior Choir 3,
4, Ensemble 3, Scholarship
Team 1, 2, 3
OWE 3, 4
TINA L. HOSENDALE
REGINA M. RUMSCHLAG
Track 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, OWA
1, OWE 3, 4
PHILLIP D. SALLISBURY
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
IOE 3, 4
KIMBERLY S. SCHUBERT
Student Council 3, 4, Senior
Class Officer, Brave Reflections
3, Stage Crew 1, Tennis 2, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Concert Choir 1, Ensemble 1, 4,
Chorale 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Majorette 2, 3, 4, Scholarship
ANTHONY B. SCOTT
Football 1, 2, OWE 3, 4
LU ANN SHANKS
FHS Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, IOE 3, COE 4
TOM SLAUGHTERBACK IV
Omicron Lambda 2, Thespians
2, Forensics 2, Stage Crew 2,
Football 1, Track 1, Cross Coun-
try 2, J-Teens 2, 4, OWE 4
L. CHRIS SMITH
Senior Choir 3, Swim Team 1,
CYNTHIA E. SMITH
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Freshmen-Sophomore
Choir 1, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Pep
Club 1, IOE 3, 4
ERIN L. SMITH
Stage Crew 2, Concert Choir 1, 2
KATHY M. SMITH
Fohirab Staff 2, Parliamentarians
2, FHS Crew 2, 3, 4, Thespians
4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Stage Band 4, Concert
Choir 2, 3, Senior Choir 4, Girls
Ensemble 3 I
MICHAEL J.sMn'i-I I '
Football 2, Tennis 2
PEGGY S. SMITH
DECA 3, 4
FIOXANNE D. SNYDER
OWA 2, OWE 3, 4
TRACY A. SPENCER
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
Football 1, 2, Basketball 2, 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4
TIMOTHY M. STAHL
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3,
4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity F 2, TV
JULIE L. STATLER
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Class Officer, Senior Class Offi-
cer, Home Room Officer 3,
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1
SUSAN K. SULLENBERGER
National Honor 4, Freshmen-
Sophomore Choir 1, 2, IOE 3, 4
JO LYNN SZALLAB
IOE 3, 4
RANDY J. SZALLAR
Wrestling 1, 2, VICA 3, 4
M. KENT TARBOX
Fohirab Staff 4, Football 1, 2,
Track 1, 2, Brave Reflections 3,
PAUL B. TAYLOR
Wrestling 1, 2, Baseball 2, VICA
Volleyball 4, Y-Teens 4
NICHOLAS T. TSANTLES
MICHAEL S. TUCKER
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2,
DEBORAH A. TWINING
National Honor 4, Home Eco-
nomics 1, Teachers' Aid 3, 4,
NANCY S. WAGNER
DECA 3, 4
BECKIE J. WALTON
National Honor 4, Home Eco-
nomics 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshmen-
Sophomore Choir 1, Scholarship
Team 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3,
SARA L. WARD
National Honor 4, Freshmen-
Sophomore Choir 1, Ensemble 1,
Teacher's Aid 1, 2, Office Worker
1, 2, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3,
JERI L. WARMAN
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4,
Pep Club 4, Concert Choir 2, 3,
JOHN C. WEDGE
National Honor 4, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,
Varsity F 2
SANDRA M. WHITINGER
National Honor 4, Pep Club 1,
Teacher's Aid 3, 4, IOE 3, 4
LISA J. WOLFRUM
Ensemble 3, Track 3, DECA 3, 4
MARK R. WOLPH
Junior Classical League 2, 4,
Freshmen-Sophomore Choir 1,
2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Chamber
Basketball 2, Concert Choir 1,
Spanish Club 1
LORI A. ZIMMERMAN
Y-Teens 1, Freshmen-Sopho-
more Choir 1, Cheerleader 2, 3,
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