Fostoria High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)
- Class of 1983
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Text from Pages 1 - 198 of the 1983 volume:
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The Year . .
This is the time and place it all
began - the first day of school. It
seemed a blur - so many new
experiences and so many great
moments to remember. This was
a time of forming new friend-
ships. making strides academi-
cally and improving as people. A
lot has happened and somehow
we all made it through the year,
a little older and a lot wiser.
Let's take another look at what
kind of year it was ...,.
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This is the time to look back
upon the year and remember all
of the special moments - Spirit
Week, Homecoming, Prom, to
name a few. So much was
learned and so much was
shared. For many of us the year
will be remembered for its many
good times and achievements.
We set goals for ourselves and
gained maturity as we accom-
plished success. ln the years to
come, we 'll look back on this as
a special time that meant so
much and can never be recap-
TABLE OF C ON TEN T5
Classes I4 - 63
Academics 54 ' 79
Sports 80 ' lll
Organizations ll2 - I45
Activities I45 - l6l
Advertisers l52 - l84
Index I85 - l92
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Classes . . .
What would the year have
been without academics? For
after all, isn't that what we're
here for? The hours we spent
leafing through dictionaries,
peering through microscopes,
pounding on typewriters and
puzzling through math classes
proved worthwhile as we made
the honor roll or scored well on
the scholarship tests. We strug-
gled through tests and crammed
for exams to reach that one ulti-
mate goal - our diploma. Yes, it
was all worth while!
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Of course, classes didn 't con-
sume all of our time during this
year. We 've always been noted
for our strong tradition from fall
to spring. We tackled, spiked,
dribbled and pinned the biggest
of them all and came out with an
all-around great year. With en-
durance and determination we
have achieved a sense of pride
and accomplishment. And just
like in the classroom we ha ve
taken some giant strides on the
athletic field. We can look back
on the joy and laughter heard in
the stands as the fans watched
our teams with pride. This year
was, indeed, a year of accom-
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We came from many places
and we are undoubtedly headed
in different directions. We had
so many new things to learn and
so many new ideas to share.
Sure, everything hasn 't gone
smoothly, but when this year is
reflected upon we 'll know it
wouldn't have been the same
without the others around us.
For a short time in life we were
all as one, all sharing a common
bond of belonging to the same
group, achieving together and
sticking up for one another. Re-
membering the crowded locker
rows. the jammed lunch periods
and even the overloaded deten-
tion halls brought us closer to-
gether. Perhaps sometimes even
closer than we needed. But, as
we look back on these years
we 'll remember them as the best
times of our lives.
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Friends . . .
For some, this year will ha ve a
very special meaning, for it will
be remembered as more than
just another year in school. Spe-
cial moments spent with that
certain someone are a major
part in everyone 's high school
years, Just to be part of the
gang or part of the crowd makes
everyday seem meaningful.
From football games to dances
to pep rallies or just to eating
lunch with your friends - these
are the things that make every
day a memorable one. Perhaps
these special moments didn 't
last, but at least it was a great
feeling to share a quiet moment
with someone else, and to be
welcomed into another person 's
life as well.
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The year will be remembered
for all the special happenings it
contained. As the year started
out everyone was excited for
the big moments of Homecom-
ing. That busy week spent be-
fore that special night. What a
time to remember. Many will
look towards the romantic
dances as the most special
times of the year. Others will
decide on the many sports
events held during the year as
the most exciting times. No
matter what days are chosen as
the most enjoyable, we can all
say we were there and a very
important part of every event.
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Class Of l983
PRESIDENT - Sharon l.ewe
VICE-PRESIDENT - Maria Simpson
SECRETARY-TREASURER - Tina Marshall
CLASS COLORSg burgundy and dusty
CLASS FLOWER: white rose tipped with
CLASS SONG: "Time For Me To Fly"
CLASS MOTTO: "We are the future,
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Administrators, Non-Certified Staff Manage Fl
TOP LEFT: Patiently waiting for Mrs. Bartunek and Mrs. Strausbaugh to give her a job is
office worker Linda Folkwein. TOP RIGHT: Head guidance counselor, Miss Leitzy. tacks up
sign-up sheets for college orientation meetings.
Mr. Cramer - Supt.
Mr, Baney - Asst, Supt.
Mrs. Stahl - Dir, of Special
Mr. Griscom - School Board
Mr. Essman - School Board Q
Mr. Vance - School Board is Q is
Mrs. Slayton - School Board
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Mrs. Arthur - School Board
Mr. Mennel - School Board
Mrs. Lehman - School Nurse
Mr. Marshall - Principal
Mr. May - Asst. Prin.
Miss Leitzy - Guid. Counselor
Mr. Coburn - Guid. Counselor
Mr. Fisher - Guid. Counselor
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Mrs. Bartunek - Sec. to Prin.
Mrs. Strausbaugh - Sec. 'o
Mrs. Harrison - H.S.
Mrs. Brandeberry - Library
Mrs. Longacre - Sec. to Asst.
Mrs. Lewe - Receptionist, Sec,
Mrs. Wolfrum - Computer
Mrs. Sabbagh - Sec. to Supt.
Mrs. Stearns - Sec. to Dir. of
Mrs. Warner - Computer
Mrs. Vitt - Sec. to Mr. Good
Mr. Good - Supervisor of
Buildings and Grounds, Dir.
Mr. Pierce - H S. Custodian
Mr. Ariza - H S. Custodian
Mr. Stahl - H.S, Custodian
Mr. Lawson - Attendance
Mrs. True - Supervisor of
Mrs. Barbour - Sec. to Food
Mrs. Bowman - Food Service
Mrs. Reeves - Food Service
Mrs. Tong - Food Service
Miss Rader - Food Service
Mrs. Williamson - Food
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Mrs. McKeever - Food Service
Mrs. Weiker - Food Service
Mrs Thomas - Food Service
Hutchins - Food Service
English Department Gives Structure To Li'
English is . . . Grammatical structure? . . .
Demonstration speeches . . . 'Triends, Romans,
Countrymenl" . . . "Vocabulary, again?" . .
essays . . . 'Romeo 8 Juliet" . . . orangutans , .
"Murder at Rue what?". . . "Come on folks". . .
FETV. . . FOHIRAB . . . "What's a dictionary?" .
. . '7-low do you spell". . . Outlining . . . "Spit out
the gum" . . . "Name the subject in the sen-
tence". . . "Who is William Byrd?" . . . "Not
another film strip!" . . . "Test? What test?" . . .
"Ladies, this is a library. " . . . "Write it all out.
Don't abbreviate" . . . Reading dayl . . . Dia-
graming sentences. . . Learning to write letters
. . . "Look it up in a dictionary! . . . Learning to
write compositions . . . "Bring your literature
books" We start poetry tomorrow". . . "Shake-
speare, again?" . . . "How do you write a com-
plete sentence?" . . . "Ha ve a nice weekend!" . .
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Haddix shows a picture of Scratch from
"Devil and Daniel Webster." TOP RIGHT: lntently looking
for a good picture at the pep rally is Miss Coker. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Miss Pelton ponders over a vocabulary list for her
Mr. Tom Bensman- English
IV, Speech and Drama
Mr. Robert L. Cobb- English
I, General Math
Miss Karen Coker- English I.
ll, FOHIRAB, Brave Reflec-
tions, Tri-Hi-Y adviser
Mrs. Patricia Haddix- Eng-
lish Ill, I. Am. Studies, Dept.
Mr. Thomas K. Hoffman-
Reading Lab, English ll, Stu-
dent Council Adviser
Ms. Constance Pelton- Eng-
lish ll, lll
TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Haddix's class takes advantage of a reading day. TOP LEFT:
Ms. Orlandi explains Dewey decimal system to a freshman English class. MID-
DLE RIGHT: Mr. Hoffman referees at a frosh football game. BOTTOM LEFT: Two
freshman girls make use of the library during study hall.
Ms. E. Ellen Orlandi- Lia
brary Media Cenler, FOHI-
Mr. Jerry Sisser - Television
production, FETV 1:o-ordin-
Science Encourages Experimentation In New Are
Science is . . . "Do what to that cat?". . .
"Turn on the Bunsen burner" . . . "What blew
up?" . . . "Can we eat it?" . . . "Test tomor-
row over your bones" . . . "Turn in your lab
reports". . . "What's that squishy stuff ?". . ,
'Z4nother leaf collection!" . . , 'look at the
critters move" . . . reptiles . . . mammals . . .
genes . . . "Does everybody have chromo-
somes?". . . 'How do flies fly upside down?"
. . . "They're doing what?" . . . spiders . . .
"Let's blow up the school" . . . "Don't drink
itl". . . Extra Credit . . . "Those poor little
mice!" . . . cell divisions . . . mitosis . . . tidal
waves . . . "Do we get to watch TV today?".
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tongue?" . . . Discovering!
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periments, MIDDLE LEFT: Brad Drenning mixes his
chemicals in chemistry class. MIDDLE RIGHT: Gina
McClellan listens while reviewing her notes. BOT-
TOM! Biology students dissect their cat.
Mr. Drew Kirian- Biol-
ogy I, Earth Science.
Asst. Wrestling Coach.
7th grade Football
Mr. James Macko- Biol-
ogy I. ll
Mr. Dennis Ferguson
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TOP LEFT: Fixing the planetarium is Mr. Ferguson. TOP RIGHT:
Chris Hoffman weighs his chemicals. MIDDLE LEFT: Mr, Mase!
hands back notebooks during class. MIDDLE RIGHT: lecturing on
planets is Mr. Kirian. BOTTOM RIGHT: Freshman earth science
students take notes.
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Mr. Tim Masel- Chemistry I,
Mr. Lawrence Topor- Elem.
Algebra, Intro, Algebra,
Physics, Head Coach, Girls
Art, Music Bring Out Talent In Students
Art is . . . "Watch your color combinations" . . . "I want those
erasers back" . . . throwing paint on your classmates . . . erasing.
erasing, and more erasing.
Music is . . . "No crossed legs! . . "Sit up straight". . . "Build it!"
. . . "Blow in that instrument. Don't play with it" . . . "Sing out" , . .
"Forward March. "
TOP LEFT: E vette Dunbar and Cheryl Hampton sketch their ideas onto paper. TOP
RIGHT: Playing at a football game is Nicole Moore. BOTTOM RIGHT: Concert choir
girls rehearse during class for an upcoming concert,
Mrs, Eunice Fruth- Basic
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Mr. William P. Schwepe-
Chorale, Concert Choir
Mr. Charles Suler- Art.
Pen S Brush
Mr. David J, Zoll- Band
Director, Music Dept,
Mathematics s Not As Easy As Pi
Math is . . . having homework almost ev-
ery night . . . angles . . . protractors and
compasses . . . Pythagorean Theorem . . .
"Math is the root of all knowledge" .
graphs . . . diagrams . . . right triangles . . .
c: 5x+ 2+ 8+ d . . . '7sn't pie round?" . . .
listening to Mr. Mathews' jokes . . . "Can I
use your calculator?" . . . 2+ 2: ?. . . "How
do you work this problem?" . . . "What is the
square root of 36 and l52?" . . . 'Are there
IOP LEFT: Rusty Drumm works a difficult problem, TOP
MIDDLE: Rick Zimmerman cautiously does his math
problem. TOP RIGHT! Mr. Mathews listens as an answer
is read. LEFT, Sue Smith quietly works, BOTTOM LEFT:
Mr. Topor relaxs.
Mr. Robert Feisel- Comput-
er Basics, Algebra I, Intro-
duction to Algebra,
Mr. Donald l.. Mathews- Al-
gebra ll, Math IV, NHS Advi-
Mr. Steve Russell- Geome-
try, Algebra I, Boys Basket-
Social Studies Reminds Us Of
History is . . . "What are today's current
events?". . . Harve?. . . "What year was the
war of l8l2 fought??". . . essay tests . . .
"Moving right along". . . "Of course, history
repeats itself and if you don 't pass this test
you'll repeat historyll . . . 'Vlre you a cheer-
leader??" . . . "The civil war again?" . . .
"Outline the next three chaptersl" . . . "I
don 't know Mr. Bailey. What is Marxism?" . .
. The Crime Index Report . . . "Extra credit
reports are due Monday before". . . "I wish
we lived in the Golden Age, maybe then I
could get a job" . . . "Can we go to the
library?". . . "Did you hear the main topic of
the news last night? . . .
TOP LEFT: His walking around the room while lecturing
keeps Mr. Eynon's class on their toes. TOP RIGHT. Mr.
Fox reads during American Studies. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Mr. Haddix's Law!
Mr. John H. Fox- American
Studies, American History,
Mr. Rick Haddix- Psycholo-
gy. Sociology, Boys Track
Mr. Dave Thompson- Social
Studies, American History,
Technical Theater, Speech.
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Mr. William K. Eynon-
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reign Language Ensures Cultural Enrichment
French is . . . playing with theearphones in the
lab . . . "BonjourI Ca va?" . . . spitting in your
mirror to learn the pronunciation of the French
. . Mardi Gras. . . Viva la France! . . . practice
tests . . . "Get that snail away from mel"
Spanish is . . . making pinatas . . . cultural enrich-
ment . . . preguntas . . . "Silencio, por favor" . . .
"Hasta luego" . . . "Vive Espanal". . . enchilada . .
Nuestro Mundo . . . "Que'les? contesta ?". . . taco
. . . Preguntas . . . uno . . . dos . . . tres.
Latin is. . . 'puella". . . suffering through almost
impossible tests . . . being a slave . . . derivatives . .
. and more derivatives . . . and even more deriva-
tives . . . "lsn't Latin a dead language?" . . . Latin
TOP: Advanced French students take a break from their work.
MIDDLE: Mrs. Zaruba starts a record for her class, BOTTOM:
Bundling up from the cold is Mrs. Bartunek.
Mrs. Sue Bartunek- French Ill,
Mr. Joseph Collet- English l.
Latin I, ll, Ill, JCL.
Mrs. Carol Reffner- French I, Il,
French Club. Sophomore Class
Mrs. Frances Zaruba- Spanish I.
ll, Ill, IV, Spanish Club.
Physical Education Improves Stamii
TOP LEFT: Mr. Bartley sorts his papers as his assistant,
Angie Deuble. awaits further instructions. TOP RIGHT:
Julie Johnson winds up for a crucial serve during a tight
match. BOTTOM LEFT: Taking a break from the intense
game is Guy DeMars and Todd Feucht, BOTTOM -
RIGHT: Freshman girls learn the basics of archery dur-
ing their gym class.
Mr. Rodger Bartley - Boys
Phys. Ed., Athletic Director I
Miss Janet Dalrymple -
Phys. Ed., Health, Driver's
Ed., Girls Tennis Coach
Mr, John Tinsman - Health,
Phys. Ed., Athletic Trainer
ueational Courses Put Students To Work
Gym is . . . beautiful bodies . . . obstacle course . . . archery . . .
gymnastics . . . wrestling . . . volleyball. . . golf . . . "Don't get a cutl" . . .
'Hit the showers" . . . ping pong . . . shuffleboard . . . "What's B.O.
mean ?". . . basketball. . . hockey . . . "I don't want to change my clothes"
. . . tournaments . . . "I feel sick" . . . losing your temper . . . pain . . .
Vocational education is . . . "Where does the oil go?" . . . "How do you
stop this thing?". . . vice grips . . . "What's that machine do?". . . "The
car won't start" . . . 'Put your safety glasses on!" . . . transmission . . .
auto parts . . . architectural design . . . Machine shop . . . carburetor . . .
sanding boards . . . grinders . . . "keep your motor running!" . . . "FilI'er
up" . . . Growing!
Mr. Bruce Bibbee- E WE TOP LEFT: Gret Hatfield quietly works on his project hoping to
Mr. Richard Brown- OWF finish before the bell. TOP RIGHT: Supervising Mike Hopkinson s
Lab work during class is Mr. Fruth.
Mr, John Dull- Auto Mechanics Relat-
ed I, II. VICA
Mr, Franklin Fruth- Vocational Ma-
chine Shop, Mach. Sci., Mach. Math
Mr. William Gillogy- Sr. EWE Work
Mrs. Elizabeth Gooding- SBH
Mr. Dick Kidwell- OWE, Football Head
Mrs. Susan Lawless- SLD Tutoring
Mr. John Marshall- Dist. Ed, I, Il, DECA
Mr. James Myers- OWF, OWE I class
club. OWE I JA adviser, 8th grade
Mr. Ben Pohlman- OWAt Related-Gem
Mr. Randy Richardson- Ind. Arts.
Drafting, Architectural Design. Head
Wrestling Coach. Varsity Assistant
Mrs. Marcia Smith- SBH Aide
Mr. Fred Wilch- OWE III Teacher-
Coordinator Program Director. Junior
Achievement. Golf Coach
Business Pro vides The Basics Of Job Trainin
gy 5 LQ .
Business is . . . improving personal and office skills
. . . "Clear your carriages". . . carriage release levers
. . . "Set a tab at 2Oand 6O". . .asdfjklf . . . check
stubs . . . "Did you finish?" . . . accounting . . .
letterhead . . . 'Don't forget your workbooksl" . . .
manuscripts . . . timed writings . . . "Feet flat on the
floor". . . 'Be quietI". . . "Stop looking at your keys".
. . margin release . . . dollars, cents . . . percentages . .
. paper balls . . . corrections . . . SUCCESS.
TOP LEFT: Grading papers is typing teacher, Mrs. Jacobs. TOP
RIGHT: Mr. Smith listens to his students. MIDDLE LEFT: Typing ll
student Tammy Pletcher checks her work. MIDDLE RIGHT: IOE
class is hard at work.
Mrs. .lean Jacob- Typing I, ll.
Mrs. Carol Pahl- Sr. IOE.
Mr. William Smith- Accounting
I, ll, Recordkeeping, Business
Mrs. Sue Daniels- COE.
Shorthand I, COE Club.
Junior Class Advisor.
Mrs. Vickie Echelbarger-
Jr. IOE, Personal Typing,
Home Ec. Teaches Skills For The Future
Home Ec. is . . . food. . . sewing . . . child care . . .
cookies. . . eggs . . . "Turn off the oven". . . more
food . . . interior decorating, career opportunities
. . . more food. . . "Uh, oh". . , "Oops", . . "Exams
in home ec ?". . . "When do we start cooking ?". . .
"You want me to change its diaper?". . . "What's
that smell? Oh no, it's our cookiesl" . . . "Watch
my cookie bounce off the wall, want to play fris-
bee?". . . "You call that a dress?". . . "How do you
put the zipper on?" . . . "Uh oh, I definitely think
something is wrong herel". . . GROWING
TOP LEFT: Trying to get all the olives out of the can are Amy
K inble and Vivian Young. TOP RIGHT: Jeanne Swartz and Ka-
trina Montgomery wait in line for the food they made. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Mrs. Tinsman taste a cooking project.
Mrs. Ruth Anne Musgrave-
Home Ec. ll, Quest, Inde-
pendent Living, Interior
Decorating, Career Oppor-
Mrs. Ethel Ritchey- Home
Ec. I, IL
Miss Diane Zimmerly- Home
Ec., Child Development,
Advanced Foods, FHA, As-
sistant Girls Track Coach,
Assistant Cross Country
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Honors In Gl.l.
For slxth year Head Coach Duck Kldwell
another fine season was obtained as his Red
men capped off the season with a very re
spectable record of 7 3 and were the GLL Co
Champions along with Oregon Clay
Wlth most of the players being juniors the
Redmen came along beautifully after a shaky
start On the opening game of the season the
Bowling Green Bobcats were no match for
the Redmen as the boys came home with a
25 I6 victory
Willard was next on the list for the team
Hard times fell upon the team as they were
defeated I8 I6 An intercepted pass right at
the end of the game sealed the win for Wil
lard A tough Tlffln Columbian team invaded
the stadium as the Tornadoes came up with a
hard fought win IOO Oregon Clay was the
next opponent ln a key GLI. match up The
Redmen won 60 with the lone score coming
on a 45 yd TD run
The team kept the winning going as they
beat Toledo Woodward In the Homecoming
game 36-O Next up was Columbus Bishop
Hartley It was a fine defensive game as the
Redmen were winning 7 0 with Hartley
scored on a flea flicker with less than a mln
ute to go The two point conversion failed
With the last three games being GLI.
matches all the Redmen had to do was win
the rest and become the outright champions
Sylvania was the first as they went down I4
6 Napoleon proved to be a tough foe as their
strong running game proved to be just too
much A last minute field goal attempt was
wide giving the Wildcats their second
straight victory IH the past two years Hap
less Bedford was beaten 42 6 giving the Red
men a share of the GLL championship with
THIS PAGE Top Quarterback Guy Demars
lets fly with a fine pass while Jim Norman IS
ready for an incoming defender Middle Co
Captains Greg Trumpler and Mike Hopkinson
meet with the official and opposing captain
for the com toss Lower Left Junior Brian
Brles readies to punt the football away Lower
Right Leading the rest of the Redmen out on
to the field IS Dave Hare OPPOSITE PAGE
Top Left Coach Kldwell with plays ln hand
prepares to meet with the team during a time
out Top Rlght Receiving plenty of protection
on this pass IS sophomore quarterback Tom
giving the home crowd a close 7-6 win.
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The reserve football squad, coached bl
Dave Danhoff and Randy Richardson, fin
ished the season at 6-2 and were the outrigh
In the first game the Redmen were beatei
soundly by Fremont, 32-6. Their next gam,
brought Willard. The reserves beat them 6-4
in a fine defensive game. Next up for thi
gridders was Tiffin Columbian, A strong Til
fin team was too much for the j. v. 's as Ihej
were beaten 24-Q
The loss to Tiffin would be the last one, a
the reserves then won five games in a roi
outscoring their opponents for a total of II7
FHS , OPP
6 Fremont 132
, ' 6 Willard 0
A 0 Columbian 24
A 36 Lakota 0
I4 Clay 0
29 Sylvania 5
I3 Napoleon 0
25 Bedford O 1
THIS PAGE-Top- The Redmen defense 5 l
ready for the play, Middle- Todd Feucht . '
Mark Boas discuss the game plan with
coach. Lower Left- This Napoleon r
sweeps by the unsuspecting defense, Lo'
Right- Watching the game on the side line
sophomore, Brian Hampton.
EHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-Kneeling-Ed Moore, Randy Deuble, Don Szallar, Chris Smith, Don McCullough, Scott Longacre, Chris Creeger, Standing-
ch Ed Hanley, Jeff Wilson, Kelly Burrier, Stacey Schubert, Bob Ray. Shannon Zickefoose, Brian Miller, Donovan Lonsway, Perry Johnson. Tracey
ibert, Steve Trumpler, Coach John Eisenhour.
Season A t 5-2
The freshman team opened the season
ith five league games in a row, The young
edmen played tough as they won the first
fur games while recording three shutouts
rd only allowing IO points. The last league
rme was for the championship but the Red-
en could not quite pull it out as they were
rfeated I2-O by Tiffin East.
Bounding back, the freshman defeated Or-
'on Eisenhour 27-Q but then fell in a tough
me to Mohawk I6-l3. The Redmen finished
e year at 5-2.
28 Findlay Glenwood 0
24 Findlay Donnell IO
28 Tiffin West 0
I8 Findlay Central 0
0 Tiffin East I2
27 Eisenhour 0
I3 Mohawk I6
IS PAGE-Bottom Left Quarterback Steve
impler readies to hit an open receiver.
tom Right-Taliback Bob Ray sweeps
und the end.
SHMAN CHEERLEADERS-SittingToni Huston. Nikki Helms. Kneeling-Kim Frierson, Marga-
Montgomery. Standing-Missy Hidy, Angie Duffield, Roni Huffman.
Stir Up Spirit
Unbellevably the l982 season for the foot
ball cheerleaders began early ln June The
varslt y cheerleaders practiced almost every
day in preparation for attending the United
States Cheerleading Association Camp held
in Findlay Ohio
Members of the squad were seniors Shar
on Lewe Linda Folkweln Angle Deuble and
Terr: Todd and juniors Lon Folkwetn and
Suprena Baker For these girls their dedlca
tion and hard work paid off as they returned
home with a second place plaque which
qualified the team for national competition
and two individual awards were won by Shar
on Lewe and Lori Folkwetn
The girls not only cheered during the foot
ball season but they also had the task of
decorating lockers baking cookies and
painting spirit signs All the pep rallies are
arranged by the girls and many of the cheers
they performed were learned at camp
The varsity cheerleaders are not the only
ones who spend a lot of time Involved In
football activities The reserve and freshman
gals do similar tasks also to help out during
Mrs Sherry Kauffman took over as the new
2nd Place Team Award
Sharon Lewe Linda Folkwem
Lori Folkwem Angie Deuble
Terri Todd Suprena Baker
Individual A wards
Sharon Lewe lon Folkweln
OPPOSITE PAGE Middle The varsity cheer
leaders prepare for the bonfire Bottom Lori
Folkwein practices a cheer for the nationals
THIS PAGE Bottom Left Freshman Tom Hus
ton cheers at the Homecoming game Bottom
Right Senior Sharon Lewe leads the cheer
leaders off the flretruck during the pre S-31116
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The l982 girls varsity tennls team led by
Coach Janet Dalrymple fought hard this year
but seemed to always end up on the short
side as they ended the year 5 9
The gals just couldn t clinch the close
games as they lost six matches by a score of
3 2 Defending league champ Sylvania North
view once again ruled the league while the
Redmen placed 5th
No lsmgles player Lorne Krupp flnlshed
the year with a respectable record of 8 5
Lorie placed In the top three In the sectional
meet and advanced to the dlstrlcts for the
second year IH a row and made a good show
Ing before bowing out rn the second round
Bobbl Plper 2nd singles finished the sea
son with a 5 9mark Holly Helser 3rd singles
ended the year at lll which IS a new FHS
record for the most wlns In a season
The lst doubles team of Mary Monasmllh
andlulle Johnson recordeda 5 9record The
2nd doubles team was constantly being
switched between Debbi Bartchletl Jenny
Eynon ,lOdI Fleming and Allcla Burns These
four combined for a 5 I3 mark at the end of
Piper and Helser
GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS
THIS PAGE Upper Rnght No lsmgles Lorie
Krupp sho ws determlna tlon on this fine back
hand return Lower Rught Stretching for this
net shot IS senior Bobbi Piper OPPOSITE
PAGE Lower Rlght Mary Monasmlth watch
es on as her lst doubles partner Julie Johnson
attempts a trlck y return Lower Left Putting a
llttle extra effort on this shot IS senior Holly
Graduating for the Redmen will be Krupp,
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The i982 girls varsity volleyball team ra
into trouble this year as they posted a dismz
0-I9 record. With the loss of seven seniors t
last year's graduation, Coach Corrine Cahli
was left with the task of rebuilding the vars,
Lori Runion. though in her first year, did
fine job keeping up with the more expel
ienced players. She ended up being one o
the teams leading scorers With Angi
and Ann Gomez setting up the ball, sophc
more Francine Kimble, was able to spike th
ball many times during the season.
The varsity team consisted of
Nancy Schmitz and Jill Birkmire:
Moyer and Gomez, sophomores,
Cousin. Jenny Ramsey, and Kimble while Run
ion was the lone representative from tht
Receiving awards from the GLL wer!
Schmitz and Kimble as they were placed o.
the Honorable Mention list.
With the loss of only two players from thi
year 's squad the team gained considerabl
experience for next season.
lost Arcadia Won
Lost Oak Harbor Lost
Lost Whitmer Lost
lost Willard Lost
'Lost Calvert Lost
Lost Napoleon lost
Lost Bo wling Green Lost
Lost Columbian lost
Lost Lakota lost
Lost Vanlue A Won
Lost Clay Lost'
Lost Clyde Lost.
Lost Northview Lost
Lost Whitmer Lost
Last Napoleon Lost
V Lost New Riegel Lost
Lost St. Wendelin Lost
Lost Northview lost
Lost Clay W Lost
Lost Elm wood
THIS PAGE-Top-Shelly Meyers prepares
enter the game in place of Stephanie Smit
Middle Left-Concentrating hard on
the ball is Senior Nancy Schmitz.
Right- Brenda Cousin warms up b
game, Bottom-The varsity team ta
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The young FHS golf team had a
fsappointing season as they fin-
hed the year with a 2-9 record.
The two wins the golfers picked
ere both by one stroke as they
Jwned Genoa and Lakota. Leading
re way for the Redmen was medal-
t Rick Zimmerman with Bob Sheets
ght behind him. Jim Garner, Brad
ump, andDuncan Cameron round-
1 out the scoring for the youthful
After winning back-to-back
atches the Redmen lost a tough
atch to Lima Central Catholic as
rey were defeated by 9 strokes.
reels was medalist.
Leading the team was junior co-
rptains Sheets and Zimmerman as
iey recorded averages of 44 and
5 respectively. Ga rner played con-
stently good as he ended the year
ith an average of 49. Stump and
ameron rounded out the varsity
-am as they shot for averages of
2 and 59.
BOYS VARSITY GOLF
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205 Napleon l6'0
l86 Lakota I87
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379 Findlay 312
363 Oak Harbor 329
363 Lake 349
385 Willard 368
385 Van Buren 332
1 375 Clay 348
' 3 75 Eastwood 334
l8l Sylvania l60
l8l Bedford l59
'POSITE PAGE-Top Left -Rick Zimmerman
ives into the fairway. Top Right-Jim Gar-
rpractices his chip shot. THIS PAGE-Lower
gh!-Coach Fred Wilch sizes up the reserve
lyers for their yearbook picture.
VARSITY GOLF TEAM: Left to Right-Duncan Cameron, Rick Zimmerman. Bob Sheets, .lim Garner,
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try team The gals dld a fme job as
they ended the season with a 5 4
mark The boys were less fortunate
as they were winless In I5 meets
With all underclassmen running
for both teams Coach Carl Flsher
hopes to get the program golng
strong agaln Despite not wmnlng a
match the boys were very success
ful In gaming experience
Injuries plagued the girls at the
beginning of the season but the gals
regrouped to place lst In the Shaw
nee Relays 2nd at the Lakota lnvlta
tional and just missed a dlstrlct bld
by placing 3rd at sectlonals Beth
Leonard made her second trlp to
dlstrlcts as she put In a good show
Ing but fell just short of a state bld
CROSS C OUN TR Y
Boys Gtr s Boys Gsrls
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OPPOSITE PAGE Top Left Junior Bob Moran
puts a llttle extra effort Into his stride Top
Rnght Kevin Hoffman shows strong determl
nation as he pumps toward the fInIsh line
THIS PAGE Top Coach Zlmmerly and Mr
Haddlx take down times for a home meet
Mnddle Geana Reiter flnlshes coming up ag
ony hlll IH Perrysburg Bottom A tired Beth
Leonard places llth at the Perrysburg lnva
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After losing their first seven
games, the l982-83 varsity basket-
ball team turned things around and
won nlne out of their last fifteen
games flnlshmg the season with a 9
With only one senior on the team
most would think that a lack of ex
perlence and depth would be a
problem Just the opposite was true
Second year Head Coach Steve Rus
sell consistently used between 8 9
players effectively throughout the
One of the highlights of the year
was that for the flrst time In over
ten years the boys beat Sylvania
Northvlew both times during the
season Also the Redmen finished
3rd In the league and played for the
THIS PAGE! Top The Redmen bench looks on
as Coach Leforge shouts out Instructions
Mlddle Co Captains Steve Glenn and Kent
Smith speak at a pep rally Bottom The varsl
ty takes its warm ups before the Bedford
Game OPPOSITE PAGE! Top left Taking a
charge is .llm Norman as Chris Hoover pre
pares to grab the loose ball Top right Walt
mg for the foul shot along with two Bedford
defenders are juniors Dan Hampton and
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THIS PAGE! Top-Steve Glenn fires a short
jumper from the corner. Bottom left-Looking
for the loose ball is Dan Hampton and Chris
Hoover, Bottom right-Concentrating hard on
this shot is sophomore Bob Crawford. OPPO-
SITE PAGE Top left-Applying strong defen-
sive pressure is Chris Hoover. Top right-.lu-
nior Jim Norman readies to slam one home
during practice, Bottom-The Redmen appear
to have the lane all blocked out.
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through the i982-83 season as the
compiled a record of 4-I6.
The lack of height and depth d,
not help the Redmen much. The
fought hard throughout the seas:
and worked hard to learn.
THIS PAGE: Top Left: Bill Blake floats in for tu
Top Right: Junior .lim Garner tries a shc
jumper in heavy traffic.
V RESERVE SCORES T
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V 42 T Fremont TT C f47 H
45 Clay V V V - 5l V
25 Ottawa Glandorf V-66
23' V Whitmer ' ' ' 39
24 T Napoleon. T H 143
42 V Upper Sandusky T 48 ,
4f ' Tiffin Columbian V 52
35 ' Bedford 57 V
38 Lakota 59
4i Sylvania ' L 43 ' 1
44 New Riegel 48
45 Clay 50
33 Whitmer E 57
48 Eastwood 46
45 Napoleon 40
38 Van Buren 49 To
45 Bedford 48
64 Elmwood ' 48
39 Sylvania ' 45
43 Lima Shawnee L 42
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: First Row-Delbert Hutchinson, Mike Brandeberry, Joel Clay, Felix Cantu. Brian Hampton. Second Row-Coach
Shugars Tom Latham, Mitch Mitchell, Bill Blake, Gabe Sierra, Dave Coburn, Manager Jeff Frederick.
:HMAN BASKETBALL TEAMI First Row-Tracey Schubert. Jamie Nye. Billy K ing, Wendell Harris, Steve Trumpler, Jeff Wilson, Dennis Pool Second
Coach Mike Naus. Perry Johnson, Jeff Storrer, Stacey Schubert, Renee Galvan, Brian Miller, Donovan Lonsway, Joel Hale, Manager Dana Ward
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The freshman basketball squad fin-
ed a disappointing season with a
al mark of 2-I2. A lack of consisten-
and overall depth was the team 's
espite these problems the players
rked hard and showed hustle
oughout the year. The Redmen
re lead by first year Coach Mike
S PAGE: Bottom Left: Brian Miller drives for
hoop. Bottom Right: Pulling down a tough
ound is Renee Galvan.
FROSH BASKETBALL SCORES
20 Eisenhower 39
36 Tiffin East I8
44 Donnell 35
38 Glenwood 36
27 Tiffin West 25
50 Tiffin East 22
43 Central 2 JI
40 Donnell ll
33 Glenwood 3l
45 Tiffin West 39
55 Central 47
47 Elmwood 33
32 Sylvania 28
54 Fanett 27
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The girls varsity basketball team
had a frustrating year falling with a
record of 2 I9
Leading the team with assists re
bounds scoring and steals was
sophomore Francine Kimble
Even though the team suffered
many defeats they still worked
hard and gained experience Coach
ing the varsity team was James Bal
The junior varsity team came
across bigger and tougher teams
this year The reserve team consist
ed of all freshman with little pre
vious experience As the season
progressed they became stronger
and more knowledgeable in the
game Coaching the reserve team
was Mrs DIXIE Kldwell
This year was a learning exper
:ence for both teams who played
against stronger more seasoned
teams which taught the girls to be
come more competitive
THIS PAGE Upper Left- Reserve player Steph-
anie Smith concentrates on getting the ball
back in bounds, Upper Right- Attempting to
block a shot is freshman Karen Miller, OPPO-
SITE PAGE Lower Left- Varsity player Brenda
Cousin passes the ball to a team mate. Middle
Right- Varsity squad tries to gain possession
of a jumpbalL Lower Right- Beth Leonard and
,lennie Ramsey show sportsmanship before
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RESERVE GIRLS BASKETBALL-Front Row: Caroline Alexander, Karen Birkmire, Stephanie Smi
Karen Miller: Second Row: Coach Dixie K idwell, Margaret Montgomery. Nancy Tinsman, Da
Fugett, Gena McClellan, Jenna Brown.
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SITY GIRLS BASKETBALL, First Row: Sonjia lindsey, Faith Marshall, Beth Leonard, Second Row: Jim Bailey, Brenda Cousin, Jennie Ramsey. Francine
ble. Katrina Montgomery, Laura Hoppe. Manager Bobbi Davis
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The varsity wrestling team ende
a tough disappointing season with
final record of I-II. Greg Trumpleu
wrestling at I67, qualified for th
district meet and also placed fift
at the Mohawk tournament.
Scott Kraylek, l32, placed fifth i
the sectionals, first at Mohawk an
second at the Fostoria New Year
tournament, Others who took fift
at sectionals were David Under
wood. I45, Shawn Shaw
Heavyweight, and Tony Filliater, I5
Other varsity matmen were Rar
dy Deuble, 98, Robbie Pingle, ll2,Jir
Zamudio, ll91 Brian Bethel, D6, Dav
Dennison and Guy Demars, I3
Todd Feucht, l75f and Ray Cruni
The wrestlers were coached
first-year head coach Randy Ric
ardson with Drew Kirian as his a
sistant and reserve coach.
THIS PAGE: Upper Left-Greg Trumpler eas
controls his opponent. Middle Left-Worki
for a takedown is junior Scott Kraylek. low
Left-Guy Demars throws a cross-face on l
opponent, OPPOSITE PAGE: Left-Fighting I
control is Ruben Tolento. Right-Coach
Richardson and K irian try to give some he
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Season At 2-3
The reserve wrestlers finishe
with a final record of 2-3 this sea
son. The J. V. 's captured secon
place at Woodmore and also at th
Hopewell-Loudon tournaments. Th
junior Redmen placed fifth at Tifh
Best records for the J. V. 's wer
Dave Dennison, I2-I, and Guy D4
Mars, 5-0 Fastest pins were recon
ed by Dennison with a 32 secon
pin and DeMars who pinned a ma
Top left: Tony Filliater prepares for a tal
down. Bottom left: Tying up his opponent
m Reserve Scores '
4l Genoa 30
22 Woodmore I5
29 Whitmer 44
I2 Clay 21 N
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RESERVE WRESTLERS: Front Row- Jeff Gerritsen, Mark Long, Dave Michaels, Dave Dennison, Darrel Sprau. Robbie Pingle, and John Tolentol Back
Dean Hottenstein, Tony Filliater. Bennett Pierce, Ray Crump, Jeff Morrison, Todd Feucht, Tyrone Simms. Brian Bethel, and Coach Drew Kir
SWIM TEAM: John Schaufelberger Judy Johns Barb Gllberg Ryan Hanson Pat Baker
Officially FHS does not have a
wim team. So interested students
1ust swim with the YMCA team.
he only time the swimmers com-
ete against other schools is at the
Vistrict meet. Judy Johns almost
'ualified for the state meet as she
ist missed by two-tenths of a sec-
'nd in the freestyle.
Other members of the team in-
Jluded John Schaufelberger, back-
roke, Barb Gilberg and Ryan Han-
n, freestyle, and Pat Baker breast-
troke. Baker owned the best time
or the team. The swim team was
oached by Dr. Robert Schroeter.
gh!! Pat Baker practices his breast stroke
rchnique during practice.
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SHOWING MUSICAL TALENT . .
Band Keeps Busy This Yeai
Under the direction of Mr. David
Zoll and assistant director, Mr. Don
Perrine. the marching band made
many appearances at both home and
away football games throughout the
To hehn keep the band better orga-
nized, officers were elected at the be-
ginning of the school year. This year
the officers are Carrie Widmer. presi-
dent, Lori Wyans, vice-president, and
Craig Lynch, secretary-treasurer.
Some of the band 's activities include
seasonal concerts and marching in pa-
rades. The concert band attended con-
test located in Upper Sandusky. The
flag corps and majorettes did their
part, too, by attending Defiance Col-
lege during the summer and learned
new mutines and more flag twirling
BAND1 Front Row, Carla Haney, Dave Shaull, Eric Dunbar, Rod Schubert, Mark Dunfee, Lori Runion, Rich Barringer, Wendi Gibbons. Second R
Rodney Babb, Tania K iesil, Da ve Halsey, Da vid Kelley, Steve Trumpler, Jim Garner, Third Row: Joel Clingman, Ke vin Hoffman, Criag L ynch, Doug Ru
Brad Smith, Dave Barlekamp, Kami Harman, Karen Birkmire, Todd Unkefer. Fourth Row, Hope Kauffman, Kathy Bohanon, Nancy Tinsman, Terjl
Bohanon, Kim Collins, Kim Matthews, Jenny Ryman, Kris Spangler, Kendra Fishburn, Jackie Gray, Carrie Criss. Fifth Row! Jim Andrezjewski,
Johns, Colleen Stump, Marla Rasp, Wendy Bohanon, Lori Wyans, Sandy Stinehart, Nicole Moore, Kathy HowelL Carol Thompson, Evette Dunbar. Si
Row! Pamela Stinehart, Brenda Blose, Debbi Vitt, Kathy Faust, John Schaufelberger, Tacey Reed, Carrie Widmer, Jill Birkmire, Bennett Pierce. Sevj
Row: Rhonda Creeger, Gena West, Lynda Zeigler, Teresa Smith, Ria Suzuki, Greg Dauterman, Tracie Dunfee, Renee Hills, Wendy K irian, Marilee D
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THIS PAGE: Upper Left- Junior Tacey Reed,
handling her saxophone with expertise, an-
ticipates field practice for marching band.
Upper Right- The flute section practices for
an upcoming concert. Middle Left- Freshman
l.ori Runion and junior Mark Dunfee wait
patiently for their cue. Middle Right- Show-
ing enthusiasm during a routine is senior
flag corps member, Lynda Ziegler. Lower
Left- Pep band gets rowdie at a rally. OPPO-
SITE PAGE: Freshman majorette Renee Hills
displays her talent during halftime at a var-
sity football game.
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PERFORMING FOR THE COMMUNITY
Choirs Present Numerous Concer
Under the supervision of William
Schwepe, the high school choral depart-
ment is divided into three units. In the
spring of each year auditions are held.
Those students who perform well are
placed in concert choir or Chorale. Cho-
rale is an even more select group of the
best singers. From Chorale a special
chamber choir is formed with those sing-
ers who must try out again. This group is
chosen by their vocal ability and avail-
The choirs did various performances
this year including a fall, winter, Christ-
mas and spring concert. The chamber
choir sang for Rotary, Shepherd Center
and other community organizations.
THIS PAGE: Top Right- Rhonda Creeger sings out
during a Chorale rehearsal in the PA C.
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OFFICE WORKERS: Front Row-Lori Folkwein, Kristi Pear, Eloisa Gonzales, Cindy Boucher, Karen Martinez, Second Row-Amy Vance,
Strausbaugh, Third Row-Julie Layman, Laura Thompson, Mrs, Bartunek, Terri Todd, Mrs. Harrison, Fourth Row -L inda Folkwein, Sharon Lewe
Deerwester, John Schaufelberger, Eric Hutchins, Kim Bartley. Laurie Wedge
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ffice Workers, Aides Show Dedication
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CHER'S AIDESx First Row' Claudia Tate, Angie Deuble, Doug Walton. Sharon Lewe, Cindy Boucher. Eric Eynon, Holly Heiser, Maria Simpson, Eric
:hins, Tammy Ritter, Randy Laney, Terri Hill, Marilee Dunn, Pam Hansen, Kim Bartley, Lori Mason, Second Row-L isa Faust, Laurie Falbush, Cheryl
Idle, Sondra Wade, Tina Patterson, David Corey. Jenna Brown, Beth Leonard, Michelle Douglas, Stella Pierce, Cami Smarr, Gena Pierce, Nancy
nitz, Laurie Wedge, Darcy Kidwelh Shelly Patterson, Ann Gomez, Lori Wyans, Kim Matthews
242 W. Tiffin St.
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Hoening Funeral Home
Office workers assist the administra-
tion by filing papers, making copies, run-
ning errands, typing forms, and deliver-
ing absence lists.
These workers function in a dignified
business-like manner as they represent
the office. They are expected to maintain
an acceptable grade point average.
Being a teachers' aide can be both en-
joyable and a difficult job. Aides assist
teachers by grading papers, putting up
bulletin boards, running errands and do-
ing other odd jobs.
Because the job offers freedom, most
teachers' aides are selected for their
OPPOSITE PAGE! Far Left- .lackie Eilers and Laurie
Wedge heb by folding "Our Schools in Action"
pamphlets. Near Left- Kim Bartley looks up students'
schedules for Mr. May. THIS PAGE: left- Office
worker Kristi Peak listens to Miss Leitzy while Mike
Deerwester gets instructions from Mrs, Straus-
Robert L. Turner
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PREPARING FOR THE .IOB M RKET .
IOE Develops A Sense Of Busine
The purpose of junior Intensive '
Office Education is to develop an
awareness of business education by l
visiting area businesses and by ha v- L
ing guest speakers, as well as per-
forming hands-on experiences.
Elected officers included Presi-
dent Jana Molineauxa Vice-presi-
dent Dawn Johnson: Secretary
Sherry Moore: Treasurer Tina Pat-
terson. Advising the club is Mrs.
Senior IOE is a continuation of the
junior IOE to further develop skills.
One of their activities was having
local business people talk about de-
veloping interpersonal relation-
Their officers were President
Eric Hutchins: Vice-president Mar-
tha Lopez: Secretary Tina Marshall:
Treasurer Tracie Dunfee. The advis-
er is Mrs. Carol Pahl.
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SENIOR IOE! First Row! Lisa Faust, Tracie Dunfee, Lisa Woodruff, Eric Hutchins, Robin Sullenberger, Martha Lopez, Second Row: Mrs
Cathy Kepp, Lisa Bell, Tammy Ritter, Linda Ditslear, Claudia Tate, Tina Marshall, Denise Burress,
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IOE: "'I" Patty Warner, Debbie Myers, Tina Patterson, Sue Watkins, Cheryl Weddle, Sondra Wade, Luwana Foutsf "0"- Tracy Winter, lva Essex,
thy Mitchem, Debbie Szafraniec, Sherry Moore, Mrs, Echelbarger, Stella Pierce, "Ex"- Tracy Rochester, Jana Molineaux, Dawn Johnson, Shelley Nye,
visa Gonzales. Jolene Giesey, Donna Derr, Jacki Runion
Norton Manufacturing Co
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OPPOSITE PAGE: Upper Left- Senior IOE students
calculate problems with Mrs. Pahl during class. THIS
PAGE: Lower Left- Participating in bingo at
Edgewood Manor, is junior, Luwana Fouts. Lower
Middle- Patty Warner listens attentively at a meet-
ing at Edgewood Manor. Lower Right- Juniors, Tina
Patterson and Kathy Mitchem take time out to visit
the elderly at Edgewood Manor,
ll0 W. Jones Rd. ' 435.04,I m
PROMOTING SALESMANSHIP . .
Distributive Education is a co-cur-
ricular activity which consists of ju-
niors and seniors who are trying to
promote themselves in the community.
DE students provide several pro-
grams for the community - such as a
shoplifting prevention program for the
junior high and the ".Iobs For Fostoria"
program. As a service project. they
picked up canned goods and delivered
them to the Bureau of Concern.
The president of DE is Senior Angela
Woodley. Assisting Woodley was
Missy Walters, vice-president, Kris
Brandeberry, secretary, Kim Pullom,
treasurer, Lauri Waltermyer, parlia-
mentariam and Debbie Mitchem, re-
porter. Advising this group is Mr. .lohn
SENIOR D.E.: Front Row-Karl Glasman, Mr. Marshall, Randy Thompson, Second Row- Terri Hill, Kris Brandeberry. Angie Woodley, Cindy
Pullom, Martha Hohman, Carole Raye, Brenda Fruth, Third Row- Tim White, Barrett Blose, Greg Dauterman, Randy Endicott, Dave Thompson,
DE Students Learn About Caree
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JUNIOR D.E.: First Row-Kathy Cochran, Suzie Bullock, Maureen Braman, Mandy Bailey.
Marshall: Second Row-Karen Martinez, Laurie Waltermyer, Michelle Hoffman, Phil Kramb, B,
Cousin, Gary Owens, Debbie Mitchem, Missy Walters.
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LECTING ACADEMIC .IU IORS . . .
onor Society Chooses Qualified Scholars
JIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: First Row- Marnie Opitz, Holly Heiser, Greg Hutchison, Kim Bartley, Cindy Boucherf Second Row-Karyn Bergstrom,
bbi Piper, Lorie Krupp, Glenna Leedy, Kim Matthews, Marilee Dunn, Cindy Gabel, Third Row-Mr. Mathews, Brian Baumbarger, Randy George, Carrie
idmer, Lori Wyans, Jill Birkmire, Lynda Zeigler, Lori Mason, Eric Hutchins, Sharon Lewe, Lisa Bell
I National Honor Society is an organi-
zation for students who ha ve achieved
good grades and have shown leader-
ship and good character. Faculty no-
s minated juniors must meet high quali-
Several activities in school involve
NHS. At the end of every grading peri-
od, members passed out pencils to all
students who made the honor roll, and
pens to those who got straight A's.
be NHS members also chaperoned a
week-long trip taken by the sixth grad-
at ers. A scholarship is provided annually
by NHS to one deserving senior, who is
not a member of the organization.
NWS Officers elected after last year 's in-
duction ceremony were Greg Hutchi-
son, presidentt Holly Heiser, vice-
president, and Kim Bartley, secretary-
Near Left- Organizing the pens and pencils for
N honor roll is NHS member Cindy Boucher.
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PROVIDING CAREER EDUCATIO . .
OWE Orients Students In Working Communil
OWE If Lisa Craddolph, Lori Thornsberry, Kelly Fetro, Angie Nye, Tina Hill. Kim Stevens, Bonnee Fruth, Second Row: Roy Sensabaugh, Charlie GI
Todd Barchus, Ricardo Anez, Dwyane Foster, Mr. .lim Myers
Occupational Work Experience encour-
ages participation in school and commu-
An aspect of O.W.E. is to provide the
club members with an opportunity to
learn, practice and use parliamentary
procedure in conducting a meeting.
Officers for ll and III were Charles
Groves. president, Charlotte Drenning,
vice-president, Lisa Garbe. secretary:
Frank Brown, treasurer, Carl Wilson, par-
Iiamentarian. and Kris Tucker, reporter.
Selected for I were Lori Thornsberry.
president, Lisa Craddolph. vice-presi-
dent, Sue Adams, secretary-treasurer,
and Chuck Shackelford, activity chair-
OWE students view the display set up for Vocation-
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BWE, First Row: Bev Sprau, Dorcas Mundorfh Lisa Garbe, Charlotte Drenning, Charlie Groves, Kris Tucker, Stephanie North, Gwandean Harris,
nd Row! Jason Everly, Trevord Doe, Tom Bryant, Emilio Hernandez, Mike Haynes, Don Hoffman, Terry Lee, Third Row: Mark Scroth, Ercel
lrus, Charles Robinson, Carl Wilson, Shane Wheeler, Jeff Shatzer
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VWEX First Row: Albert Gonzales, Mark Calwell, Lisa Wagner, Kath y Szallar, Carol Nye, Jodi Weaks, Gail Loving, Danny Lowe, Darrin Roush, Second
Rupp 's Parti-Mart
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John Butler, Mark Rochester, Dewey Forbess, Mick Stahl. Brian Welly, Bob Hammer, Mike DolL Harry Miller, Mike Myers, Dennis Glover, Mr-
KEEPING IN SHAPE . .
FHA Sponsors School Aerobics Pro rar
Future Homemakers of America,
FHA. gives students the opportunity to
use the skills gained in home economic
classes. Other goals of this organiza-
tion are to promote cooking and sew-
ing skills, and pro vide school and com-
Club advisers Mrs. Ruth Ann Mus-
grave and Miss Diane Zimmerly de-
signed a FHA-sponsored aerobic dance
program for students and faculty
taught by Nancy Houtz from the
Y.M.C.A. This class was created to
help the students and faculty keep in
shape. Nearly 40people were involved
in aerobics. Fund raising projects for
F.H.A. were a jewelry sale and they
also operated the concession stand at
home basketball games.
Lower Right-FHA members Susan March, Sonjia
Lindsey. Evette Dunbar, Cheryl Hampton and
Angela Woodley take a break. Lower Left-Junior
Iva Essex particqnates in Aerobics.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: First Row, Miss Zimmerly, Nancy Tinsman, Donna Dela
asa, Second Row! Wendy Hickle, Tina Glover. Susan March, Carla Haney, Third Row! Kar
Martinez, Darcy KidwelL Laura Thompson, Glenna Leedy.
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ARNING LA Tl
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JR CLASSICAL LEAGUE, First Row -Julie Johnson, Stacie Bohring, Deanna Hill, Judy Johns. Jenny Ryman, Lynn Wobwh, Sandy Stinehart, Angie
eld, Hope Ann Kauffman, Amy Hendricks, Tammy Filliater, Stephanie Smith, Pamela Stinehart. Deanna Ma ysf Second Row-Rob Goldt, Bob Dible,
ldams, Rusty Drumm, Scott Duffield, Felix Cantu, Tom Latham, Mr. Collet, Mark Boas, Jeff Frederick, Gareth Green, Dave Michaels, Kent Smith,
Johnson, Tony Filliater, Daryl Pierce.
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Side Door Inn
The Junior Classical League is an or-
ganization for students who believe
that a familiarity with the civilization
of Greece and Rome will help them to
understand and value the world of to-
Activities of the JCL include the in-
duction slave salef a Saturnalia, which
is a thanks for harvest and blessings, a
Roman banquet, and senior farewell.
Adviser of JCL is Mr. Joseph Collet.
Officers were David Michaels. presi-
dent, Julie Johnson, vice-president:
Pam Stinehart, secretary: and Kent
Lower Left-Mr. Collet's Latin students work on
PROVIDING CAREER EDUCATIO . .
OWA Students Orientated To Working Communil
OCCUPATIONAL WORK ADJUST-
MENT is designed to broaden opportu-
nities for student recognition. The goal
of O. W.A. is to produce educated, pro-
ductive, and responsible students into
the community. Emphasis is placed on
vocational orientation and in-school
andfor out-of-school work experience.
The program strives to make school
more enjoyable and meaningful.
The O. W.A. officers were Doug
Long, president, .lohn Roelle, vice
president, and Tina Heath, secretary.
Advisor and instructor for the group is
Mr. Ben Pohlman.
Activities included visitations to Io-
cal industries, bowling, a trip to Cedar
Point, and canoeing.
Upper Right: OWA student Tina Heath helps
clean up the cafeteria by carting away boxes.
OCCUPATIONAL WORK ADJUSTMENT, First Rowx Andy Thompson, Lisa Thompson, Cherie Lenz, Sandy Heath, Angie Coleman, Lori Bergstrom,
Heath, Second Row: Rick Poland, Gary Zimmerman, Doug Long, David Epley Lee, .lim Ramirez, Darrel Bentz, Jimmy Brown, Tracy Marshall.
Miller, Third Row: Eric Thompson, Jeff Waldron, John Roelle, Mr. Pohlman.
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DE Students Gain Office Knowledge
Cooperative Office Education is a
senior level course designed to heh: a
student enter the business world. The
goal of this course is to graduate an
office worker who is well versed in the
necessary skills, knowledge and atti-
tude to perform well in the business
All COE students are required to at-
tend school one-half day and work
one-half day with teacher-employer
Students joining this program must
be able to show the maturity to handle
both school and work. Coordinating
the program is Mrs. Sue Daniels.
lower Left. Senior, Gena Pierce types. Upper
Right, Senior Laura Thompson files papers.
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EXPA DING TALENTS OF DR MA STUDENTS .
Love Accepts Adviser Ro
After the resignation of Mr. Tom Bensman. the
theatrics department experienced some major
setbacks. The play that was originally planned for
January was cancelled. The search for the new
advisor was one of the reasons for the cancella-
tion. Mr. Richard Love, a science teacher at Emer-
son Junior High, accepted the position of advisor.
This organization is divided into three groups:
Omicron Lambda, Thespians and stage crew.
Thespians is a select group who ha ve achieved 20
work points. Stage crew is for anyone who wants
to work behind the stage on make-up, lighting and
Elected to office for Omicron Lambda were
Jason Carter, president, Gareth Green, vice-presi-
dent, Brenda Blose, secretary, and Jenny Ryman,
Officers of Thespians were Dan Johnson, presi-
dent, Ken Cooper, vice-president, Barb Gilberg,
secretary, and Lisa Bell, treasurer.
RIGHTX Rob Goldt intently watches for lighting cues during a
STAGE CREWx Kneeling - Rob Goldt, Darrin Wagner, Jason Carter, Kent Smith, Chris Christensen, Glen Wenzinger. Don Adams, Abel Garcia: S
Row - Dan Johnson, Kris Peiffer, Kim Dolch, Brenda Blose, Lisa BelL Julie Johnson, Jenny Ryman, Suzanne Fiedler, Marilee Dunn, Daryl Pierce,
Williams, Helen Gonyer, Third Row - Julie Layman, Glenda Kenner, Back Row - John Benedict, Ken Cooper, Bill Moyer, Wendy Hickle. Monica Un
Dee Dee Sigler, Amy Gillian.
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GOVERNING THE SCHOOL
Student Council Pro vides Leadersh
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Student Council is an organization j,Q ittfff 1
designed to enhance students leader- llll illl A A
ship qualities. It is one of the most fi
active and important groups in the
Council members plan most of the y
student activities. Bloodmobile Day by
the America Red Cross gives eligible W A
students the opportunity to donate
blood. The Homecoming, Christmas
and other dances are sponsored by
Student Council Assemblies are also
hosted by Student Council.
Student Council president was Terri
Todd: Holly Heiser, vice-president,
Sharon Lewe. secretary, and Dennis
Jackson, treasurer. Adviser to the
council is Mr. Tom Hoffman.
JUNIOR-SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL: Sitting- Tina Marshall, Maria Simpson, Sharon Lewe. Terri Todd, Holly Heiser. Dennis Jackson. Kim
Standing- Lynda Zeigler, Carla Weddle, Lori Folkwein, Dave Barlekamp, Brad Drenning, Laurie Falbush, Angie Deuble, Tracie Dunfee.
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Striving for more technical and vid-
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sion is enlarging its coverage of shows
But due to scheduling problems, the
more advanced students are not all in
one class. Therefore, the broadcasters
and crew spend extra hours after
school to work on their productions.
New programs were still to the best
of their ability, programs as in "People
in the News'Z Inside F.H.S. 2" a second
year veteran, along with the "Superin-
tendant's Report", and "Sports Recap 'Z
were done on a week by week basis,
Other shows being done were "Video
Yearbook'2 and "Orientation," Co-or-
dinating the crew is instructor Jerry
THIS PAGE Lower Left- Before taking this pic-
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FETV: Front Row: Joe Kelley. Second Row, Mr. Sisser, Pat Baker, Randy Thompson, Kent Smith Dennis Jackson, Rod Schubert, Robbie Pryor, Dt.
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udents Participate In LMC Organization
LIB, First Rowx Mary MacDonald, Abel Garcia, Mark Dunfee, Kent Smith, Tacey Reed, Brenda Blose, Randy Zimmerman, Laura Thompson, Darcy
ell, Glenna Leedy, Darrin Wagner, Greg K isaberth, Eric E ynon, Joel Correll, Second Row: Scott Miller, Adam Tyson, Laurie Wedge, .lenny E ynon,
tt Blose, Karyn Bergstrom, Nicole Aken, Mike Kroetz, Third Row: Kai Lee Hanley, Jolene Giesey, Melanie Shultz, Brad Gerritsen.
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Fohilib is an organization for those
students in the library-media center.
Opportunities for leadership, group in-
teraction, and project organization are
offered for library aides.
In order to finance their annual field
trip, Fohilib holds two fund raisers, a
paper back and poster sale and a can-
The group also holds a Political
Week for which a series of candidates
who discuss election issues. A spring
National Library Week celebrates the
art of reading.
The officers for Fohilib are presi-
dent, Barrett Blose: vice-president,
Mike Stahl, and program chairman, Jo-
lene Giesey. The advisers for the li-
brary club are Ms. Ellen Orlandi and
Mrs. Evelyn Brandeberry.
THIS PAGE: Lower Left - FOHILIB member, Greg
Kisaberth, attempts to put the finishing touches
on the Christmas Tree.
OMBINING STAFFS .
Yearbook, Newspaper Staffs Oversee N
For many years the Brave Reflec-
tions and Fohirab staffs have been
two separate organizations. But due
to scheduling problems the skills
from both were combined into one
class known as Publications,
Fohirab yearbook was led by co-
editors Sharon Lewe and Maria
Simpson. Assisting them was junior
Angela Ritchey, The staff was given
a series of four deadlines to get the i
l92 page book finished.
Brave Reflections staff was re-
sponsible for producing six separate
issues. Completing these papers
was the task of editor Dennis Jack-
son and his assistant, Randy Laney.
Advising both publications was Miss
PUBLICATIONS STAFF! First Row Imp to bottom 2 - Jeff Fry. Dennis Jackson, David Corey, Donnie Hampton, Randy Laney, Dave Dennison, Joey Mig
and Maria Simpson. Second Row- Jenny E ynon, Ann Gomez, Gena Pierce, Holly Heiser, Kris Peiffer, Joni Lambright, Glenda Kenner, Jenna Br
Sharon Lewe, Nikki Helms, Jennie Morgan.
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OPPOSITE PAGE- Upper Right Selling Christmas
wishes are Holly Heiser, Dennis Jackson and
Jennie Morgan. THIS PAGE- Upper Left- Editorial
staff members Angela Ritchey and Maria Simp-
son discusses the '82 supplements with adviser
Miss Coker. Middle Left- Dennis Jackson is busy
at work putting up a photo schedule. Middle
Right- Reporter Randy Laney interviews Mr.
Marshall Lower left- Junior photographer. Glen-
da Kenner, experiments with a mirror reflec-
tions self-portrait. Lower Right- '7?eally, Maria.
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Tri-Hi- Y was formed three years ago
to fill the gap left by the no longer
functioning Y- Teens. Sponsored by
West Virginia-Ohio YMCA organiza-
tion, Tri-Hi- Y strives to give service to
the school and community.
At the annual candlelight induction
ceremony I4 new members were for-
mally inducted into the club.
For their first big project of the
year, the girls donated S207 to the Fos-
toria Food Pantry. Members went
'Krogeringn to buy the food needed
for the pantry.
Chosen to preside over Tri-Hi- Y was
junior Stella Pierce. Other officers se-
lected were Helen Gonyer, vice-presi-
dent, Kai Lee Hanley, secretaryftrea-
suren Carrie Criss, reporter, Mandy
Bailey, chaplain, and Kristy Kroetz, pro-
SERVING THE COMMUNITY . .
ri-Hi-Y Donates Money, Tim
TRI-Hl-Y, Front Row- Ann Fiegelist, Susan March, Hope Ann Kauffman, Kai Lee Hanley, Kristy Kroetz, Helen Gonyer, Stella Pierce. Mandy Bailey,
Criss, Tammy Pletcher. Tamitha Watson, Second Row- Tina Glover, Jenni Frederick, Nicole Aken, Karen Martinez, Lisa Wolph, Debbi Vitt, Gena
Kim Dolch, Chrissy Spittler, Cheryl Weddle, Cathy Kepp, Mary MacDonald, Third Row- Angie Aspell, Amy Hendricks, Pam Hansen, Cami Smarr, L
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induction ceremony incoming members prepare to
repeat the Tri-Hi-Y pledge. THIS PAGE: Top Left-
While '7Crogering" for the Red Cross Food Pantry
donation, Tammy Pletcher compares prices. Top
Right: Preparing to serve the emblemed Tri-Hi-Y
cake at the induction ceremony sophomore hostess
Tina Glover is assisted by Tami Watson. Middle
Right: Helping to kick off the United Way campaign
is president Stella Pierce and new member Angie
Aspell hand out balloons. Bottom Left: Contributing
to the Red Cross Food Pantry, Tri-Hi- Yer 's Pam Han-
sen. Carrie Criss and Amy Hendricks discuss prices.
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Students Enjoy French Experienc
The French Club had a busy but enjoyable year.
Highlighting the year was the Mardi Gras which
was put on by the French and Spanish clubs. This
event was held on Valentines Day.
Mrs. Carol Reffner and Mrs. Sue Bartunek along
with the French Club, took many exciting and
interesting trips this year. They visited the Tole-
do Art ,Museum where they saw the El Greco
exhibit. Also, in Toledo they ate at "The Magic
Pan'C French restaurant.
During the spring, FH5 French students partici-
pated in language contests at Heidelberg, Kent
Stage, and Toledo University.
Along with the usual grammar lessons during
class there are cooking demonstrations, slide
shows, movies, and even history lessons.
THIS PAGE: Upper right-Consulting with each other about
their translation during French class are Juniors Kristi Peak
and Steve Glenn.
FRENCH CLUB: Kneeling- Chris Hoover, Steve Glenn, Mitch Mitchell. Second Row- Mrs. Reffner, Barb Gilberg, Kristi Peak, Mary Monasmlth J
Todd, Tacey Reed, Brenda Blose, Lori Folkwein, Kristy Kroetz, Kim Collins, Mrs. Bartunek. Third Row- Pam Hansen, Bill Burrus, Randy George l
Zimmerman, Ken Cooper, Julie Layman, Bobbi Piper, Kerry Dolch, Lori Wyans, Jim Garner. Fourth Row- l.ori Tucker, Kevin Strohl, Karyn Bergstr
Teresa Bohanon, Lisa Faust, Dea Ann Eatherton.
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NISH CLUB: Sitting -Mary MacDonald, Robin Sullenberger, Arthur Slayton. Cindy Boucher, Ann Gomez, Ron Reinhard, Laurie Falbush, Guy DeMars,
Lee Hanley, Michelle Payne, Bill Burrus. Standing-Frances M, Zaruba, Maestrar Abel Garcia, Jason Carter, Kim Bartley, David Underwood, Jeff
kr, Pam Bertog.
Promoting language, fellowship, cul-
tural enrichment and ethnic differ-
ences is this years Spanish Club.
Being involved in Spanish Club con-
sists of taking trips to Spanish restau-
rants and to art museums.
To finance Mardi Gras, club mem-
bers sold candy. Also club members
share the responsibilities of manning
the concession stand during basketball
games and wrestling tournaments.
Club dues help cover the cost of cul-
The Spanish students sample various
Mexican dishes such as enchiladas, ta-
cos. and tostadas.
Adviser of the Spanish Club is Mrs.
Lower Left- Mrs. Zaruba listens attentively to one
of her Spanish students during a class period.
Auto Mechanics is a two-year voca-
tional program designed for students
on the junior and senior Ie vel The pur-
pose of the course is to provide the
students with a thorough understand-
ing of the construction and operation
of automatic units, In addition, the stu-
dents also learn the essential technol-
ogy and underlying principles neces-
sary to perform basic scientific diag-
nosis and repair. Because of this inten-
sive training, a student is able to en-
ter the job market immediately after
The course format for both levels is
one and a half hours of study in the
classroom and three hours of actual
work in the shop downtown each day.
Teaching the course are Mr. John
Dull, who instructs the classroom or
related part of the class here at the
high school and Mr. John Wilson, who
trains the students at the shop.
WORKING O AUTOMOBILES . .
Shop Students Train For Futui
JUNIOR AUTO SHOP! Kneeling-Brian Lewis, Mike Reynolds. Larry Caudilh Clockm
Left to Right-Steve Cook. Tim Cramer, Dan Cassidy, Steve Robbins, Tracey Sheri.
Scott Kraylek, Ray Parks, Jeff Morrison, German Galvan.
SENIOR AUTO SHOP1 Front Row -Dwayne VogeL Craig Moore, Dave Crawford, Erwin Szafraniec, Second Row-Phiel Lewis, John Reiter, Mark Col
Steve Haase, Matt Custer, Third Row-Jim Leitch, Rick Weiker, Chris Sheridan, Back Row-Rick Gillespie, Joe Samudia, John Craddobh.
FARNING A TRADE . . .
fudents Qualify To Become Machinists
OR MACHINE SHOP: Front Row-Joe Martinez, Rob Ludwig, Brad Smith, Second Row-Doug
. Rick Scott, Mike Hopkinson, Alan McGirr.
IOR MACHINE SHOP! Left to Right-Tim Sarreshteh, Janos Szabo, Dave Mills, Reuben Tolento.
id Stein. Greg Hatfield, Steve Lang.
Machine shop is a vocational class
given for all students interested in
preparation for employment in the in-
dustrial community. It is a two-year
course made up of actual shop practice
as well as related classroom work.
In the class, students learn the basic
fundamentals of reading a blueprint
and accurately following the direc-
tions as put down on paper. The ma-
chine trades science is the study of
each machine, its parts, how they are
operated and the correct way to shar-
pen the cutting tools.
In the afternoon the students actual-
ly apply what they ha ve learned to the
machines in the shop area. The types
of machines they use are grinders.
lathes, shapers, and milling machines.
lnstructing both the junior and sen-
ior levels is Mr. Franklin Fruth.
Lower Right-Shawn Keels measures the dimen-
sions of threads while cutting them.
STARTING A EW TRADITION
Wrestling Spiriters Keep Enthusiasm Hi
To promote wrestling spirit. nine
girls were chosen for the first time
to help support the wrestlers. The
new assistant wrestling coach.
Drew Kirian. was the head of the
Decorating the wrestlers' lockers
was just one way the Spiriters
raised the grapplers' spirits. They
also baked cookies for the wrestlers
for their away meets.
During the meets. the Spiriters
were responsible for keeping statis-
tics and timing the periods. For the
tournaments they took turns keep-
ing the charts, working the clocks.
and keeping statistics. They also
sold wrestling spirit pins at the door
of the matches.
Since this was the first year for
having Spiriters, it was a new ex-
periment for everyone involved.
THIS PAGE: Upper Right- Cindy Boucher an-
nounces the wrestling Spiriters while An-
nette Reynolds, Shelly Myers. and Amy Kim-
ble look on. Lower Right- During the Hopewell-
Loudon tournament, Deanna Mays takes stat-
istics as Coach Kirian anxiously watches the
match and Bennett Pierce cools off
WRESTLING SPIRITERSX Left to right-Linda Spencer, Shelly Myers, Nikki Helms, Cindy Boucher, Amy Kimble, Deanna Mays Annette
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4V Crew Distributes E ui ment
The audio visual CA V2 crew is
omposed of students who assist
pachers with all types of AV
quipment. Such equipment as
rovie and overhead projectors
rake teaching easier for the
rachers and class more enjoy-
ble for the students. The use of
V materials provides a variety
'om the daily routine of lec-
rres, note taking and typical
The equipment is distributed
y the crew at the request of the
bssroom teacher and a chart in
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v keep track of
Mr. Tom Hoffman is the coor-
inator of the AV and crew.
JDIO-VISUALS CREW: First Row-Eric
'non, Holly Heiser, Laurie Falbush, Back
tw-Chris Hoffman, Bob Sheets, Mr.
A The annual Minority Culture
Week was held March JI-25. To earn
money, the group hosted a fund-
raising dance which Dennis Jackson
and Kenny Holmes D..l.'d.
All through the week, history re-
ports were read during the morning
announcements. Gene Sanders, a
history instructor from Sandusky.
discussed minority history. Next a
film was shown at an assembly. The
week ended with a dance and a ban-
quet on Saturday night.
MINORITY CULTURE! Denise Burress, vice-
president, Dennis Jackson, president, Su-
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ivities. To start things off, the sophomore class
ion the spirit stick for their second year in a row,
ater that evening the second big win was the selec-
ion of King and Oueen Chuck K eels and Terri Todd.
o end the evening in great spirits, our mighty
edmen team shutout the Toledo Woodward Polar
ears with a score of 36-O
During the week prior to the big game. the school
'as busy with many spirit activities. Many students
falked the halls in many different outfits, the days
vcluded 'Tifties Day", "Too Big for a Redmen Vic-
Jry Day", "Clash Day", and the traditional "Red
nd Black Day".
A stadium pep rally and bonfire was also held the
ight before the game. Each class was responsible
vr making a dummy to be thrown in the fire that
ight, Many students participated in the special
vents and relays.
"l.et's Get Fired Up" was the theme chosen by
'udent Council for the i982 Homecoming. The at-
'ndants rode in convertible cars lead by the cheer-
aders who rode in an old-fashioned fire truck. As
re air filled with excitement. it was finally time for
rat special moment as Chuck Keels and Terri Todd
ere announced as this year's King and Oueen. To
vp it off, the Redmen came through with a win over
PPOSITE PAGE: Upper Left- Sophomore Wendy
ickle displays her spirit at the bonfire. Upper
ght- Arousing senior class spirit are Pam Hansen
1d Diane Miesle. Lower Left- Oops! How'd this get
' here? Lower Right- Kristi Peak and Mary Monas-
ith put forth their best effort for the junior class
the three-legged race. THIS PAGE: Upper Left-
vlly Keckler stops to pose for a picture on the way
v the bonfire. Upper Right- Gina Todd says, "Don't
'op it. .lerryl"MiddIe Right- The senior attendants
ixiously await the announcement of the l982-83
ing and Queen. Lower Right- Tommy Latham and
'ark Boos throw the winning sophomore dummy
to the bonfire.
KING AND QUEEN: Kent Dauterman and Laura Thompson
SENIOR ATTENDANTSX Randy George and Bobbi Piper
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The major event of the French
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Mardi Gras. The Mardi Gras, Fat
Tuesday. was held on Valentine's
The evening began with dinner
music provided by the stage band
under the direction of David Zoll
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come were presented by the master
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Mr. E Mrs. Walter Haney for Rie Suzuki
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Mr. 5 Mrs. Lewis Baumbarger for Brian
Mr. 5 Mrs. Roger Bell for Lisa
Mr. 5 Mrs. Harry A. Bennett for Cindy
Mr. 5 Mrs. Robert Birkmire for Jill
Mr. 5 Mrs. David Bohanon for Wendy
Mr. 8 Mrs. Ronald K. Boucher for Cindy
Mr. 5 Mrs. C.K. Brandeberry for Kris
Mr. 5 Mrs. Ernest E. Burress for Denise
Mr. 5 Mrs. Merle Cook for Beverly Sprau
Mr. 5 Mrs. Gary R. Craddohrh for Gary
Mr. E Mrs. John Craddolph for John
Mr. 5 Mrs. Warner Cramer for Joanne
Mrs. Sue A. Custer for Matt
Mrs. Helen Cusworth for Rick Gillespie
Mr. 6 Mrs. James L. Dauterman Sr. for Greg
Mr. 5 Mrs. William D. Dauterman for Kent
Mrs. Judy Double for Angie
Mrs. Glenna M. Doe for Trevord
Mrs. Marilyn Drenning for Charlotte
Mr. 5 Mrs. Harold C. Dunfee for Tracie
Mr. 5 Mrs. Milton Dunn for Marilee
Mr. E Mrs. George W. Dyer for Joe Kelley
Mr. 5 Mrs. William K. Eynon for Eric
Mr. S Mrs. Harold Faust for Lisa
Mr. 5 Mrs. Dwight Fruth for Brenda
Mr. S Mrs. Jim Garner for Jeff
Mr. 5 Mrs. Robert Goldt for Rob
Mr. 6 Mrs. Donald Hampton for Cheryl
Mr. S Mrs. Paul Heiser for Holly
Mr. 5 Mrs. Gary Hopkinson for Mike
Mr. 6 Mrs. Robert Hubbard for Bob
Mr. 8 Mrs. Roland Hutchins for Eric
Mr. E Mrs. James Hutchisson for Greg
Mr. 8 Mrs. Harold Jackson for Dennis
Mr. 6 Mrs. James Johnson for Jamie
Mr. 5 Mrs. Lyman B. Johnson for Dan
Mr. 8 Mrs. Roland C . Johnson for Ken
Mrs. Shirley Keels for Audrey
Mr. E Mrs. Eldon Kepp for Cathy
Mrs. Delores Kinn for Linda Folkwein
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Tom L. Krupp for Lorie
Howard Laney for Randy
Hugh D. Lanning for Lynda Zeigler
William Lee for Terry
Leedy for Glenna
Robert B. Lewe Jr. for Sharon
Claude Long for Michael Baker
Mrs. Benita Lopez for Martha
Mr. 8 Mrs,
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Orville R. Lynch for Craig
Khalil Mansour for Dale
John Machir for Kris
John Marshall for Tina
Frederick A. Matthews for Kim
Gene Moore for Craig
Robert Morgan for Jennie
Mr. S Mrs. Martin Nissley for Carole Ray
Mr. 6 Mrs. Herb Opitz for Marnie
Mr. 5 Mrs. Robert L. Pierce for Gena
Mrs. Rachel Pullorn for Kim
Mr. 5 Mrs. LeRoy Rhoad for Pam Hansen
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Tom Rietzke for Don Adams
Mrs. Lupe M, Sanchez for Monica
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. E Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Alonzo Shank for Cindy Baeder
Gene Shatzer for Jeff
Marion L. Simpson for Maria
Mr. 6 Mrs. Edward C. Smarr for Cami
Mr. 5 Mrs. K.M. Smith for Brad
Mr. 5 Mrs. Paul Stahl for Mike
Mr. 8 Mrs. Walter Sullenburger for Robin
Mrs. Carol S. Thompson for Laura
Mr. 5 Mrs. James Thompson for Randy
Mr. E Mrs. Joe Todd for Terri
Mrs. Nancy Tucker for Kris
Mr. 5 Mrs. Ralph lBilDTucker for Lorelli
Mr. E Mrs.
Mr. S Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 6 Mrs.
Mr. 5 Mrs.
Mr. 6 Mrs.
Mr. S Mrs.
Lowell L. Tyson for Adam
Marlowe F. Wagner for Darrin
Lou Wakefield for Deanna
Kenneth Walton for Doug
Tom Weddle for Carla
Gerald R. Wenzinger for Glenn
Widmer for Carrie
Earl W. Wood for Rusty Drumm
Richard Woodley for Angie
Curis L. Wyans for Lori
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MA, Kent State
BS Ohio State
BS, Ohio Northern
BS, MA Defiance College
BS, Defiance College
BS, Rio Grande College
BS, Univ. Dayton
BS, Findlay College
M, in Guid., BGSU
55, Voc. ECL Univ. Toledo
MS Ed Adm., Univ. Akron
Sp. Ed- Work Study-BGSU
BS, Ohio University
BS, Findlay College
AB, English and Business
BS, Wilmington College
BA, Bluffton College
BA, Findlay College
MA, in Guid., BGSU
BS, Defiance College
BS Univ. of Tampa
BS. Ohio Northern
MA, Indiana Univ.
MA, Indiana Univ.
BS, Ohio Univ,
MA, Ind. Univ.
Ed. Specialist, BGSU
Ruth Anne Musgrave
E. Ellen Orlandi
BA, Eastern Mich. Univ.
MA in Ed, Allegheny Coll.
BA, Univ. of Mich.
la Sorbonne, Paris
BS, Defiance Coll
BM, MM in Ed., BGSU
BS. Ohio Univ.
MA, Kent State
BS, ME in Ed., BGSU
BA, Bluffton Coll
BS, MA OSU
BA, Findlay Coll
MS Indiana Univ.
BS, Univ. of Toledo
BA, Mt. Union College
ME, Univ. of Toledo
BS, .lohn Carroll Univ,
ME, Indiana Univ.
I ADAMS, Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 4, Omicron
ada I, 2. 3, 4, JCL l, 2, 3, 4.
JRA ANN ANEZ, Flag Corp. 3, Basketball L 2,
udent Council I, Track I, 2, Volleyball 2. 3,
inority Culture 3. 4, COE 4.
NTHIA L. BAEDER, Choir L 2, 3, 4, Flag Corps
CHAEL BAKER, COE 4, Minority Culture.
Memory of DO YLE DEAN BARKLEKAMP
i4-I979 Concert S Marching Band,
PHILIB, Frosh Football, JA
MBERLY ANN BARTLEY, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
mcert Band L 2, Marching Band I, Spanish
uh 4, JCL 3, Student Council 3, Teacher's
de 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y I, 2, MH.S. 4, Office Work-
IAN C. BAUMBARGER, Boys Tennis L 2, 3, 4,
I-LS 4, French Club 3, Boys Basketball L 2.
PA LYNN BELL, Band I, 2, 3, IOE 3, 4, Student
runcil 2, Job 's Daughters I. 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew
3, 4, Thespians 2, 3. 4, Omicron Lambda 2, 3,
Ml-LS. 3, 4, FOHILIB 3.
NIDY BENNETT, Brave Reflections 2, 3, Stu-
'nt Council 2, FHA I, 2. 3, Teacher's Aide 2,
E. 3, 4.
,RYN BERGSTROM, NJ-LS. 3, 4, Student
vuncil 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Teacher 's Aide 2, 3,
ench Club 4.
MBERLY BETHEL, Candy Striper l, 2, Job's
,ughters I, Student Council I, Office Worker
4, Ml-LS. lFindlay1 4, Junior Achievement 2,
-counting Computer Specialist 3. 4.
L KATHLEEN BIRKMIRE, Marching Band I. 2.
4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Omicron
mbda 3, 4, Concert Band L 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I,
3, 4, Swim Team I, Chamber Choir I, 2. 3, 4,
'Is Ensemble I, L MHS. 3, 4.
RRETT BLOSE, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 4,
' 4, FOHIUB 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager L
ENDY L. BOHANON, Concert Band l, 2, 3. 4,
,rching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3. 4.
NTHIA RAE BOUCHER, NHS 3, 4, Cross
untry I, A-Club 2, 3, Mu Ahwha Theta 3, lm-
essions 3, Teacher 's Aide 4, Office Worker
Spiriter 4, Spanish Club l, 2, 3. 4, Student
uncil 2, 3.
HN JOSEPH BRANDEBERRY, DE 4, Machine
IS M. BRANDEBERRY, DE 4, Machine Shop 3,
fice Worker 2, Flag Corp 2.
LISA BROWNLOW, Flag Corps 2, Volleyball 2. 3,
COE 4, Minority Culture I, 2, 3, 4.
DENISE BURRESS, Flag Corps l, Cheerleader 2,
3, Basketball l, Candy Striper L 2. 3, IOE 3, 4,
Minority Culture I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Track I, Spanish
Club I, 2.
BILLIE RANFORD BURRUS, Choir I, 2. 3, 4,
French Club 4, Spanish Club 3. 4, Scholarship
Team I. 2, 3.
EDDIE CAMPOS, Varsity Wrestling I. 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3
JASON ANDREW CARTER, Omicron Lambda I,
2, 3, 4, Thespians I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Club 4.
MARK COLEMAN, Baseball l. Stage Crew I, 2,
Auto Mechanics 3, 4.
DAVID COREY, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2,
Teacher's Aide 4, Football Statistician 2, 3, 4,
Brave Reflections 4, FOHIRAB 3. 4, Sports Edi-
GARY RONALD CRADDOLPH, JR., JA I. 2, 3, DE
3. 4, FETV I.
JOANNE MARIE CRAMER, JA 2, 3. 4.
DAVID M. CRAWFORD, Auto Mechanics 3, 4,
Football I, 2, Band I. 2.
MATT CUSTER, Auto Mechanics 3, 4, FETV 2,
GREG DAUTERMAN, Football l, Wrestling I,
Concert Band I, 1 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4,
DE 3, 4, JA I, 3, 4.
KENT WILLIAM DAUTERMAN, Cross Country
2, Basketball 2, Winter Festival Attendant 3,
Demolay I, 2. 3. 4, Stage Crew I, Winter Festival
DOUG DAY, Machine Shop 3, 4.
MARK DENNIS, Golf I, 2. 3.
ANGELA SUE DEUBLE, Cheerleader I. 4, Stu-
dent Council 2. 3, 4, FHA l, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Teach-
er's Aide 3, 4, IOE, Vice-President, 3, COE 4.
ROBERT V. DIBLE, French Club I, 2, Spanish
Club 3, Latin Club 4.
ANTHONY JOSEPH DICESARE, Track 4.
LINDA DITSLEAR, IOE 3, 4, Teachers Aide 4,
Junior Achievement I, 2, FOHILIB I. 2.
SCOT C. DOUGLAS, Minority Culture I, 2, 3, 4.
RUSTY DRUMM, Stage Crew 4, Latin Club I. 2,
LEA TRICE E VE TTE DUNBAR, Track I, 2, 3,
Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Striper, Junior
Achievement I, FHA l, Minority Culture I, 2, 3,
4, Concert Band I. 2, 3, 4.
TRACIE LYNNE DUNFEE, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I,
2. 3, IOE 3, 4, FHA 2, Student Council 4, Junior
Achievement 2, 4, Majorette 3, 4.
MARILEE ANN DUNN, Band CMarching, Con-
cert, I, 2, 3, 4, Majorette I, 2, 3, Field Com-
mander 4, Thespians 4, Teacher 's Aide 4, NHS
4, Stage Crew 4, Omicron Lambda 4, Spanish
Club 3, FHA 3, Pep Band.
DEE ANN EATHERTON, French Club 4, Junior
RANDY moscow, Basketball L DE 3. 4, Foot-
ball l, Spanish Club l.
JASON RAY EVERLY, Demolay I, 2, 3, 4, JA I, 2,
3, 4, OWE 3, 4.
ERIC J. EYNON, Football I. 3, Basketball l, 2, AV
Crew 4, FOHILIB 3. 4, Band l, 2, Homecoming
Escort 3, 4, CZY.O. 3, 4.
LISA LYNN FAUST, Basketball 2, 3, Teacher's
Aide 2, 3, 4, IOE 3. 4, French Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y2.
3, FHA 3, Girls Basketball Stats. 4.
MONISE MARIA FERNANDES Junior Achieve-
ment 4, Girls Basketball 3 Mardi Gras Oueen
SHAUN FLIPSE, Homecoming Escort 2, C Y.O.
3. 4, 4 Football I, Basketball 2.
LINDA MARIE FOLKWEIN, Cheerleader 3. 4,
Student Council I, Teacher's Aide 2, Office
Worker 4, Track 2, Band I, 2, 3.
BRENDA D. FRUTH, DE 3, 4.
JEFF A. FRY
cvnmm LYNNE GABEL, ,of 3, Cor 4, Girls
GERMAN A. GALVAN, Boys Track I, 2, 3, Span-
ish Club I, 2. 3, JA 2, 4, Auto Mechanics 3,
Office Worker 3, Choir 3.
LISA MARIE GARBE, FHA I, 2, OWE 3, 4, FOHI-
LIB I. 2.
ABEL GARCIA, FOHILIB 2, 3. 4, Spanish Ciub 3,
4, Stage Crew 4, Omicron Lambda 4, JA I, 2,
Minority Culture 4, Mardi Gras Attendant 4,
Teacher's Aide 4,
JEFF GARNER, Basketball L 2, Choir I, 2, 3,
Football L 3, Track 4.
RANDY GEORGE, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, French Club
4, Winter Festival Attendant 4, Wrestling I. 2,
NHS 3, 4.
RICHARD P. GILLESPIE, Auto Mechanics 3, 4,
Winter Festival Escort 4.
KARL W. GLASMAN, Track Manager 3, .IA I, 2,
3, 4, Stage Crew I, Omicron Lambda I.
ROB GOLDT, Football 4, Choir I, 2, Stage Crew
I, 2, 3. 4, Thespians I, 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda I,
2, 3, 4, JCL 3, 4.
CHARLIE GROVES, Football I, OWA I, 2, OWE 3,
4, Stage Crew 2.
STEVE HAASE, Auto Mechanics 3, 4, Wrestling
I, 2. 3, FETV I.
CHERYL L. HAMPTON, Flag Corps 2, 3, Track 3,
Volleyball 2, 3, JA I, Minority Culture I, 2, 3, 4.
DOUGLAS HANSEN, Cross Country 2, 3, Track
I, 2, Band I, FE TV 3, FOHILIB I, 2.
PAMELA JEAN HANSEN, Brave Reflections 3,
Choir L 2, 3, 4, FHA I, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, French
Club 3, 4, Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4,
Omicron Lambda I, 2, 3. 4, JA 2.
HOLLY ANN HIEISER, FOHIRAB 3, 4, NHS Vice-
President, 4, Mardi Gras Queen 2, Homecom-
ing Attendant 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3,
Vice-President, 4, Teacher's Aide 3, Tennis 2,
3, 4, A V Crew 4, Band I, 2, 3, Brave Reflections
THERESA JANE HILL, Basketball 2, DE 3, 4,
Teachers Aide 3, 4, JA 3.
MARTHA JANE HOHMAN, DE 3, 4, Teacher's
Aide 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2.
MIKE HOPKINSON, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Machine
Shop 3, 4.
ERIC ALLEN HUTCHINS, IOE 3, 4, Teacher's
Aide 4, Boys Tennis L 2, Junior Achievement I,
2, 3, 4, Office Worker I, 2. 3, 4
GREGORY JON HUTCHISON, NHS-PRESIDENT
3. 4, Demolay I, 2, 3, 4, Boys Basketball I, 2,
Buckeye Boys State 3, Stage Crew I
DENNIS DARNELL JACKSON, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 3, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, FE TV 3, 4,
Brave Reflections 3, 4, FOHIRAB 4, Teacher's
Aide 2, Minority Culture I, 2, 3, 4
DAN JOHNSON, Baseball I, 2. 3, 4, Thespians 3,
4, Stage crew I, 2. 3, 4, Omicron Lambda I, 2, 3,
ED JOHNSON, Football I, 3, Wrestling 2, 3,
JAMIE ALLEN JOHNSON, COE 4, Minority Cul-
ture I, 2, 3, 4,
KEN JOHNSON, JCL I, 2, 3. 4, Demolay I, 2, 3, 4.
MARTY JOHNSON, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I,
2, 3, Football I, 2, 3
AUDREY KEELS, JA I, 2, FOHILIB, COE 4.
CHARLES WHITNEY KEELS, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball I, Homecoming King 4, Track I, 2, 3,
Wrestling 4, Minority Culture 4.
DAVID R. KELLEY, Band I. 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4,
Demolay I, 2. 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3.
JOSEPH ALAN KELLEY, Marching Band I, Con-
cert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2. 3, 4, Mardi Gras
King I, FE TV I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4.
CATHY KEPP, IOE 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, Choir I.
DARCY LINN KIDWELL: Choir I, 2, Cheerlead-
ing I, 2, 3, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, A V Crew 4, Mardi Gras
Queen I, Student Council I, 2, Teacher's Aide I,
2, 3, 4, Office Worker I, FOHILIB 4.
LORIE ANNE KRUPP, Band I, 2, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4,
NHS 4, Brave Reflections 3.
RANDY LANEY 1 Brave Reflections 3, 4, Manag-
ing Editor 4, Concert Choir I, 2, Chorale 3, 4,
Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4,, FOHIRAB 3, 4, Junior
Classical League I, 2, 3.
JULIE M. LAYMAN, Concert Band I, 2, 3,
Marching Band I, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Choir I,
Girls'EnsembIe I, 2, Chorale 2, FHA I, 2, French
Club 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Student
Council I, 2, Teacher's Aide 2, Thespians, Omi-
cron Lambda I. 2, 3. 4, Tri-Hi- YI, Office Worker
TERRY LEE, Football I, Wrestling I, OWA 2,
OWE 3, 4.
GLENNA M. LEEDY, NHS 3, 4, FHA 2, 3. 4,
FOHILIB 3, 4.
JIM LEITCH, Auto Mechanics 3, 4, FETV I, Ju-
nior Achievement I.
SHARON ELIZABETH LEWE, Cheerleader I, 2, 4,
FOHIRAB I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Editor
in Chief 4, Brave Reflections 3, Student Council
3, 4, Vice-President, 3, Class President 4, Sec-
retary of Council 4, Teacher's Aide I, 2, 3, 4,
Office Worker 4, Winter Festival Attendant 2.
4, NHS 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I. 2.
PHIL LEWIS, Auto Mechanics 3, 4.
MARTHA LOPEZ, IOE :L 4, Student Council I.
Teacher 's Aide 2, 3, Tri-Hi- Y I, 3, Bra ve Refle
CRAIG LYNCH, Marching Band L 2, 3, 4, Co
cert Band I. 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Ban
Stage Band Demolay.
DALE KHALIL MANSOUR, FOHILIB 3, Basebai
2, Basketball I, 2, Football I.
TINA MARSHALL, IOE 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, J
nior Achievement I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Volleyball 2,
4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' Track 4, Teacher 's Aix
2, 3, Volleyball stats 2, 3. 4, Student Council
3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, FHA 2, Basketball stats 4.
JOE MARTINEZ, Machine Shop 3, 4.
LORI MASON, Choir I, Chorale 2, French Ch
3, Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4, NHS 4.
KIMBERLY KAY MATTHEWS, Concert Band I,
3, 4, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, Frem
Club 3, Student Council 4, NHS 3, 4, Teachel
ALAN MCGIRR, Machine Shop 3, 4.
DIANA MIESLE, Candy Striper I, 2, 3, COE
FHA I. 2, Stage Crew I, Junior Achievement I,
3, Teacher's Aide I. 2.
MERCY LAVON MILLS, Volleybalb Choir, Mu:
cals, Plays, Junior Achievement, Minority Ct
CRAIG MOORE, Auto Mechanics 3, 4.
JENNIFER JANE MORGAN, Cheerleader I,
Tri-Hi- Y I, Concert Band I, 2, Marching Band
2, Brave Reflections 4, FOHIRAB 3, 4, Seni
Section Editor 4, Teacher 's Aide I, 3, Spiriter
KIM MORRIS, Junior Achievement 4.
GREGORY A. MLILLINS, FOHILIB 4, French Cli.
4, Boys Track A Track Manager 2.
BRIAN NEWCOME, Reserve Baseball I, Stag
Crew I, 2, Office Worker I, 2.
STEPHANIE NORTH, Flag Corps 2, 3, OWE 3, A
Track I, Minority Culture I, 2, 3, 4, Juni:
MARNIE ANN OPITZ, Cheerleader 3, 4, NHS -
Student Council 2. 3, Marching Band I, 2.
Concert Band I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, IOC 3.
TAMMY PARK, Cheerleader 2, FOHIRAB .
FHA 3, Track I, 3, COE 4.
.A PIERCE, Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y I,
', Junior Achievement I, COE 4, FHA I.
'WI-JEAN PIPER, Concert Band I. 2, 3,
.ing Band I, 2, 3, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4,
:ale I, 2, Ensemble I, 2, Chamber Choir I, 2,
IIRAB 2, French Club 4, Mardi Gras Queen
1, Tennis 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Winter Festival
DENISE PULLOM, Basketball I, 2, DE 4, Flag
ps 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Machine
p 3, OWA I.
, MARIE PULLOM: Candy Striper L 2, FHA I,
'Iinority Culture I, 2, Junior Achievement I,
A 3, Cosmetology 3, 4.
IOLE CHRISTINE RAY, DE 3, 4, FHA I, French
5 I, 2, Junior Achievement I, 2. 3.
IN REITER, Auto Mechanics 3, 4.
E REYNOLDS, Welding 3, Auto Mechanics
4 REYNOLDS, Football I, Track I, Office
fker I. 2.
DY REZA, Football I, 2, 3, Homecoming At-
AMY KATHERINE RITTER, Choir I. 2, IOE 3,
eacher 's Aide 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y 3, Bra ve Reflec-
fs 3, FHA I, 2.
.IGLAS BRENT RLITANx Concert Band I, 2, 3,
darching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Demolay I, 2, 3,
ck I, 2, 3, Tennis 4.
NIFER LINN RYMAN, Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4,
'ching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, FOHILIB 2,
'spians 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Omicron
rbda 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2.
NICA ANN SANCHEZ, Cheerleader l, 2, FO-
AB 2, COE 4, FHA 3, Teacher's Aide 3.
4CY SCHMITZ, Basketball I, Teacher's Aide
3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
RK S. SCROTH, Concert Choir I, 2, Video
er 2, 3, Cross Country Manager 4, OWE 4,
ior Achievement 2, 3, 4, Teacher's Aide 3,
JNEY ALAN SCHLIBERT, Concert Band I, 2,
I, Marching Band I, 2, 3. 4, FE TV 2, 3, 4,
ior Achievement 2, 3, 4
K SCOTT, Machine Shop 3, 4, Baseball I, 4.
F SHATZER, OWA I, OWE 2, 3, 4.
IIS SHERIDAN, OWE 2, Auto Mechanics 3,
ANGIE ROSE SHERLOCK, VICA 3, 4, Cosmetolo-
gy 3, 4.
MARIA LYNN SIMPSON, Concert Band I, 2, 3,
Marching Band I, 2. 3, Brave Reflections 4,
FOHIRAB 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Vice-President 4,
Teacher's Aide 3, 4, Winter Festival Attendant
CAMI ELIZABETH SMARR, FHA 2, Spanish Club
3, Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior
Achievement 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 4.
BRAD SMITH, Concert Band I. 2. 4, Pep Band 4,
Marching Band I. 2, 4, Machine Shop 3, 4.
KENT SMITH, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3,
4, FE TV 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew I, 2, Omicron Lamb-
da I, 2, Junior Achievement I, Choir I.
SUE SMITH, FHA I. 2, Junior Achievement I.
ROBIN SULLENBERGER, IOC 3, 4, Spanish Club I,
RIE SUZUKI, Flag Corps 4.
ERWIN SZAFRANIEC, Auto Mechanics 3. 4.
WESLEY TANNER, Football I, Minority Culture I,
2, 3, 4, Track 4.
CLAUDIA ELIZABETH TATE, FOHILIB 3, IOE 3,
4, Teacher's Aide 4.
BILL TATE, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Teacher's
Aide 3, 4, FETV 3, Minority Culture 3, 4.
ANGELA M. THOMPSON, COE 4, FOHILIB 3,
Teacher's Aide 2.
DAVID THOMPSON, Basketball I, Baseball 2, 3,
4, DE 4, Spanish Club 3.
LAURA THOMPSON, Cheerleader 2, COE 4,
FHA I, 2, 3, 4, FOHILIB I, 2. 3, 4, Spiriter 4,
Student Council I, Junior Achievement L, Win-
ter Festival Oueen 4.
LAURIE ANNE THOMPSON, FHA I, 2, VICA 3, 4,
Cosmetology 3, 4.
RANDY SCOTT THOMPSON, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
Band 2, Choir I, DE 4, FE TV I, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 2, Junior Achievement I, 2, 3, 4, Class
TERRI S. TODD, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Coun-
cil President I, Cheerleading I, 3. 4, Homecom-
ing attendant I. Queen 4, Teacher's Aide 2. 3,
Junior Achievement 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Office
Worker 4, Brave Reflections 3, COE 4, Class
President I, 3.
KRISTINE TUCKER, DE 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, OWE 2, 4,
OWA I, 2, Candy Strqzer I, 2, 3, 4, Minority
Culture I, 2. 3, 4, JA 4.
LORELII TUCKER, French Club 3, 4.
ADAM TYSON, French Club I, 2.
DWAYNE VOGEI., Auto Mechanics 3, 4, Bas-
ketball I, Track I.
DARRIN DAVID WAGNER, Baseball I, Demolay
I, 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew
I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4.
DEANNA WAKEFIELD, Teacher's Aide 2, 3. 4.
DOUGLAS ,IAY WALTON, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, JA I, FE TV I, 2.
CARLA JO WEDDLE, Cheerleading I, 2, 3, 4,
COE 4, FOHILIB 2, Bra ve Reflections 3, Student
Council 3, 4, JA I, 2, Teacher's Aide 2. 3, Stage
Crew I, 2.
LAURIE JO WEDGE, Office Worker 3, 4, FOHI-
LIB 4, Teacher's Aide 4.
GLEN WENZINGER Track 2, FE TV 4, Thespians
I. 2. 3, 4, Omicron Lambda I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew
I. 2, 3, 4, JA I, 2, 3, 4.
SHANE WHEELER, Baseball I. 2, 3, 4, OWE 2, 3,
4, JA 4.
TIMOTHY E. WHITE, Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2,
3, Homecoming Escort I, 4, DE 4, Winter Festi-
val Escort 2.
CARRIE LYNN WIDMER, Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band I, 2, 3. 4, Band President 4, NHS
4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3.
ANGELA WOODLEY, DE 3. 4, French Club 4,
Minority Culture I, 3, 4, Librarian I, Flag Corps
2, JA I, FOHIRAB 2, Teacher's Aide 3, 4, Presi-
dent of DECA Club 4.
LISA WOODRUFF, IOE 3, 4, Teacher's Aide 4,
LORI ANN WYANS, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I. 2. 3, 4, Pep
Band I, 2, 3, 4, FOHILIB I, French Club 4, Teach-
er's Aide I, 2, 3, 4, JA I, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4,
Scholarship Team 3, 4.
.IOE ZAMUDIO, Auto Mechanics 3, 4.
LYNDA KAY ZEIGLER, Chorale 2, 3, 4, President
4, Chamber Choir I, 3, 4, Concert Choir I, Flag
Corps 2, 3. 4, Girl's Ensemble I, 2, Student
Council 4, NHS 3, 4, JA I, 2, French Club 3, FHA
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Biles, Brian 33, 82, 83
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Birkmire, Karen 56, 93, KU. 114, 117, 156
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Blose. Brenda 33, 114. 129, 1411 130
Bohanon, Kathy 56, 105. 114, 117
BOHANON. WENDY 17. 114, 116
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Boos. Mark 46, 83, 86, 127, 149. 150
BOUCHER, CINDY 17, 118. 119, 123. 141, 144,
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Bowman. Dorothy 67
Boyd. Chuck 99
Brady. Michael 56
Brady. Tony 46
Braman. Maureen 34. 122, 131
Irandeberry. Evelyn 67, 129
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BRANDEBERRY, KRIS 18, 122
Brandeberry, Mike 47, 102
Brigham, Brett 34, 83
Brookman, Connie 34, 116
Brooks, James 56
Brown, James 56, 128
Brown, Jenna 56. KU, 119, 136
Brown. Richard 77
Brown. Todd 34
Brownlow. Cheryl 47
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Bryant. Tom 125
Bullock, Suzie 34, 122
Burns, Alicia 47. 91. 104
BLIRRESS. DENISE 18, 120 146
Burrier. Kelly 56, 87, 116
BURRUS, Bill 18, 116, 140 141, 159
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Butler, Jeffrey 34, 141
Butler. John 19, 125
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CAMPOS. EDWARD 83. 109
Cannon, Devlyn 47
Cantu, Felix 47. 102, 127
Carter, Debra 56
CARTER. JASON 18. 130 141
Cassidy, Daniel 34, 142
CaudilL l.arry 34, 142
Chalins, Keith 34
Chafins, Kevin 47
Christensen. Chris 4 7, 130
Clay, Joel 47. 83, 102, 116, 153
Clinger, Sadie 4 7, 104
Clingman, Joel 56, 114, 116
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Cobum, Coby 66, 83
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Cochran, Kathy 34, 122
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Coleman, Angela 128
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Collet, Joe 75, 127
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Cooper. Ken 35. I3Q 140
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Corre1L Joel 35, 129
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Brett 35. 99. 122, 154
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CRADDOLPH, JOHN 19, 142
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Crump. Evette 57
Crump, Ray 35, 83, 110
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Dakymple. Janet 76, 91
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Daniels. Sue 78, 129
Darr, Tim 48
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Dauterman, Kurt 57. 94
Davis, Bobbie Jean 48, 93. 107
DAY. DOUG 18, 143
Dearsman. Deb 35
Deerwester. Mike 35, 83, 118
DeLaRasa, Donna 5 7, 93, 126, 133
DeLaRosa, John 48
DeMars, Guy 35, 76, 82, 83, 84, 85. 109, 141
Dennison, Dave 48. 1lQ 136
Derr, Donna 121
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Deuble. Randy 57, 87. 109
Diaz, Debbie 35
Dible. Douglas 57
DIBLE, ROBERT 18, 127
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Dillon. Peggy 57
Dinkins, lllana 57
DITSLEAR, LINDA 2Q 120
Dixie, Yolanda 57
DOE, TREVORD 21, 125
Dolch, Kerry 35, 83, 140
Dolch, Kimberly 48, 130 133, 138
Doll, Mike 125
Douglas, Michelle 35, 119
DOUGLAS, SCOT 21
Drenning. Brad 35, 83, 132
DRENNING. CHARLOTTE 21, 125
DRUMM. RUSTY 21, 73. 127
Duffield, Angela 5 7. 89, 127. 133
Duffield, Scott 48, 94, 116. 127
Dull, John 77
Dunbar, Eric 57 114
DUNBAR. EVETTE 21, 72, 114. 126, 158
Dunbar, Roger 35, 83. 99
Dunfee. Mark 35, 114, 115, 129
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Durst, Shawn 57
Dyer. Jodi 35
Earl, Rick 83
EATHERTON. DEE ANN 21, 140
Echelbarger, Vickie 78 121
Edmunds, luke 48
Eilers, Jackie 36. 119
Eisenhour, John 87
Elmore. Yvette 57
ENDICOTT, RANDY 21, 122
Lugena 59, ll 7
Epley, David 57
Erbland, Mindy 57, l33
Essex, lva 35, l2I, D6
Essman, Doug 66
Etzinger, Andy 36
EVERLY. JASON I25
Eynon, Bill 47
EYNON, ERIC 2l, II9, I29. I46, I48, I49
Eynon, Jennifer 36, 9l, I29, l3l, I36
Eynon, Michael 57
Falbush. Laurie 36, II6, II9, I32, I4I, I46
Faust, Kathy 48, II4
FAUST, USA 2l, II9, D0 I40
Feisel, Leah 5 7, II7
Feisel, Robert 73, 83
Ferbrache, Dana 48
Ferguson, Dennis 70 7l
Ferguson, Monica 57
Ferguson, Roseann 48
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Fetro, Kelly 48, I24
Feucht, Todd 36, 76, 83, 84, 86, IIO
Fiedler, Suzanne 48, I30
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Filliater, Tammy 57, II6, I27
Filliater, Tony 36, IKZ II6, I27
Fishburn, Kendra 48, II4
Fisher, Carl 66, 5, 97
Fleetwood, Robbie 48
Fleming, Jodi 48, 9l
FLIPSE. SHAUN 2L l6l
Flores, Paul 57
Folk, Steven 49
FOLKWEIN, LINDA 2l, 66, 88, II8, I60
Folkwein, Lori 36, 88, 89, II8, l32, I40
Forbess, Dewey 49, I25
Faster Dwayne I24
Foster Owen 36, 83
Fouts, Luwana 36, I2I
Fouts, Ricky 49
Fox, John 74
Fraley, Jennifer 49
Frederick, Jeffrey 49, 96, IO2, I27
Frederick, Jennifer 58, I38
Frederick, Tammy 36
Frierson, Kimberly 58, 89
FRLITH, BRENDA 2l, l22, I24
Fruth, Bonnee I24
Fnnh. Eunice 72
Fnith. Franklin 77
FRY. JEFF 21, I36
Fugett, Dawn 58, 93, ICE
Fugett, James 36, 83, l56
GABEL, CINDY 2l, I23, D9
Galan, Lisa 36
Gallentine, Shannon 49
GALVAN, GERMAN 20 l42
Galvan, Lupita 49, II7
Galvan, Rene 58, IO3
GARBE. LISA II, I25
GARCIA. ABEL 22, I29, I30 l4l
Garcia, Maria 36
Gardner, Michael 49
Garner, James 36, 94, 95, 99, II4, I40
GARNER. JEFF 22, 83
Geary, Dawn 49
GEORGE, RANDY 22, I23, I40 l52, I59
Gerritsen, Brad 49, D9
Gerritsen, Jeff 58, ll0
Gibbons, Wendi 49, ll4
Giesey, Jolene 36, l2l, I29
Gilberg, Barbara 37, 96, II6. I40 lll
GILLESPIE, RICK 22, I42, I52
Goins, Darin 58
Goins, Scott 58
Goldt, Crissy 58
GOLDT. ROBERT 22, 83, I27, I30
Gomez, Ann 3 7, 93, II9, I36, l4I
Gomez, Sonia 49
Gonyer, Helen 49, 93, I30 I38
Gonzales, Albert I25
Gonzales, Cindy 49
Gonzales, Eloisa 37, 88, II8, l2I
Good, Robert 67
Gooding, Libby 77
Graves, Robin 49
Gray, Jacqueline 49, II4
Green, Gareth 3 7, I27
Greeno, Lennie 49
Greeno, Theresa 50
Grine, Larry 58
Griscom. Dan 66
GROVES. CHARLES 22, I24, I25
HAASE. STEVE 22, 83, I42
Haddiz, Palsy 68
Haddix, Rick 74
Hale, Joel 58, 96, l03, II6
Hale, Mary 50
Hale, Ronda 50 N, II6
HaIL Keith 37
Hall Kerri 58
Halsey, David 50 II4
Hammer, Bob D5
Hampton, Bryan 50 83, 86, l02
HAMPTON, CHERYL 22. 72, D6
Hampton Dan 3 7, 83, 84, 99
Hampton, Don 37, I36
Haney, Carla 50 II4, D6
Hanley, Ed 87
Hanley, Kai Lee 3 7, I29, I38, l4l
HANSEN. DOUG 23
HANSEN, PAM 22, II6, II9, I38, I39, I40 I49, I30
Hanson, Ryan 50 lll .
Hare, David 3 7, 83
Harman, Kami 3 7, II4
Harmon, Marlene 50
Harmon, Ron 37
Harris. Brian 50
Harris, Gwandean D5
Harris, Shelley 37
Harris, Tammy 50
Harris, Wayne 50
Harris, Wendell 58, IO3
Harrison, Lois 67, ll8
Hatfield, Greg 3 7, 77, 83, I43
Haudenshild, Esther 3 7, II7
Haynes, Mike 38, I25
Heath, Sandra 58, I28
HEISER. HOLLY 22, 90 91, II9, I23, I
I47, I48, I49, I58, l6l
Helms, Nikki 58. 89, l33, I36, I44
Hendricks, Amy 58, II6, D7, I38, l39
Hensley, Kristine 50 93
HERNANDEZ, EMILIO I25
Hernandez, Ema 58
Hernandez, Eva 50 ll7
Hernandez, Yvette 58
Hickle, Wendy 50 IO4, II6, D6, I30 I33, I49
Hidy, Melissa 58, 89
Hill Deanna 50
HILL, TERRI 22, II9, l22
Hill, Tina 38, I24
Hills, Renee 58, II4, lI5
Hoffman, Chris 39, 7l, I46
Hoffman, Don 22, I25
Hoffman, Kevin 58, 96, 97, ll4, II6
Gilletl, Donald 58
Gillian, Amy 49, I30
Gillogly, William 77
GLASMAN, KARL 23, l22
Glenn, Steve 3 7, 83, 99, I40 I46, I48, I49
Glover, Charles 49
Glover, Dennie 37, I25
T90 Glover, Tina 49, l26, I38
Hoffman. Tom 68, 69, I33, I46
HOHMAN. MARTHA D2
Holmes, Susie 38
Honesto, Marcy 59
Hoover, Chris 38, 83, 84, 99, I40
HOPKINSON, MIKE 23, 77. 82, 83, I43
Hoppe, Laura 50 5, D7, I53
Hottensteln, Dean 59, IIO
I36, I3 7, I46,
Hough, Camela 38
Howel, Kathy 50 II4
Hoyer, Wendy 38
HUBBARD. BOBBY 22
Hufh Kathy 50
Huffman, Melony 59
Huffman, Michelle l22
Huffman, Veronique 89, I4 Z I49
Hughes, Steven 50 II6
Hunker, Davld 5l
Hunker, Jim 5l, 83
Hurley, Christopher 38
Huston, Toni 59, 89
HUTCHINS, ERIC 22, II8, II9, I20 I23, l60
Hutchins, Barbara 67
HUTCHISON, GREG 22, I23, l6l
Hutchison, Melynde 59, 96
Hutchlsson, Delbert 5l, 83, IO2, I33, l57
JACKSON. DENNIS 22, 83. l32, I34, I36, I37, I46
Jacob, Jean 78
JARRETT, ANNA 23
Johns, Judith 5l, 96, II4, I27, lll
JOHNSON. DAN 24, I30 I58
Johnson, Dawn 38, D0 l2l
JOHNSON, JAMES 23, I29
Johnson, Julie 5l, 76, 91 9l, I27, I30
JOHNSON, KEN 24, I27
JOHNSON. MARTY 24, 83, I59
Johnson, Perry 59, 87, IO3
Jones, Jena 5l
Jones, Robert 59
Kauffman, Hope 59, IOS, II4, II7, I27, l33, I38
Keckler, Sally 5l, I49, I50
KEELS, AUDREY 24, D9
KEELS. CHARLES 24, 83, I46, I48, I49, l60 l09
Keels. Lanny 59
Keels, Shawn 38, 83, I43
KELLEY. DAVID 24, II4, II6, II7
KELLEY, JOE 24, 83, l09, I34
Kenner, Glenda 38, IO4, l05, I30 I36, I3 7, I54
Kent, Steve 38, l09
KEPP. CATHY 24, I20 II9, l26, I29
Kepp, Timothy 5l
KIDWELL, DARCY 24, II9, D6, I29
Kidwell, Dixie KX
Kidwell. Richard 77, 83, I25
Kiesel, Tania 38, II4
Kimble, Amy 5l, 79, I44, l45
Kimble, Francine 5l, 93, IO7
Kimble, Kristine 38, II7
Kimble, Richie 51
K ing, Darla 5l
King, Gerald 5l, I49
King, Bill 59, 94, l03
Kinn, Katrina 5l
Kirian, Drew 70 7I, ll0 l45
Kirian, Wendy 59, l05, II4
Kisaberth, Greg 38, 83, I29
Kizer, Jennifer 59
Kramb, Meg 38
Kramb, Phil 40 83, l22
Kraylek, Scott 40 IO9, l42
Kroetz, Kristine 40 I38, I40
Kroetz, Mike 5l, I29
KRUPP, LORIE 24, 90.91, l23
Lafferty, Lisa 5l
Lafferty, Teresa 59
Lambright, Joni 59, U, l36
LANDRUS. ERCEL I25
LANEY. RANDY 24, II6, II9, I36, I37
Lang, Steven 40 I43
Latham, Tom 5l, 53, 82, l02, I47, I49, I50 99, I27
Lawless, Chuck 59
lawless, Susan 77
Lawson, Bill 67
LAYMAN. JULIE 25, II8, I40 I46, I48, I49, I59, I30
Lee, Jeff 93, l28
LEE, TERRY 25, D5
LEEDY, GLENNA 25, I23, l26, I29
LeForge, Chris 99
Iehman, Grace 66
ehmann, Rick 40
EITCH. JIM 25, I42
eitch. Teresa 40
iuy, Kathy 66
' wnley. Denise 5l
Feonard, Beth 4096, 97, KE, l07, II9, l30 l46, I48. I49
lewe. Ann 67
.EWE. SHARON 25, 32, 88, 89, ll8. ll9. I23. I32, I36,
I52, l50 l60
ewis. Brian 40 I42
EWIS, PHIL I42
iggett, Kim 59, 93
Hndsey, Sonjia 40 l07, l26
Long. Danny 5l
Long. Doug 59. 128
long. Mark 5l, ll0
long. Yolanda 40
.ongacre. Carol 67
longacre, Scott 87
Ionsway, Donovan 59, 87. l03, I33
.OPEZ. MARTHA 25. l20
loving, Gail 59, I25
Lowe. Danny 40 I25
.UDWIG, ROBIN 25, l43
.YNCH. CRAIG 25, II4, ll6, II7, I59
McClanahan, Tracey 52
McClellan. Gina 60 KF, II7
McCullough, Donald 60 87
McEwen, Melody 60
McGIRR, ALAN 26, I43
McKeever, Donna 67
vlacDonald. Mary 40 I29, l38, l4l
AACHIR, KRIS 25
vfacknight, Natalie 59
Aaclno. James 70
vfalagon. Annette 52
v1alL Lisa 59
AANSOUR. DALE 25
March, Susan 52. l26. I38
AARKER. VIOLET 25
Marshall Faith 52, 93. l07, ll6, l33
Aarshall, John 77, I22
AARSHALL. TINA 25, JI, 93, l20 I32
Marshall. Tracey I28
Aanhall. Waller 66, II9, I37
Martin, Kim 52
AARTINEZ, JOE I43
Martinez, Karen 40 ll8, I22, l26, I38
Martinez. Ray 52
Iasel. Tim 7I
AASON. LORI 26, II9, I23. l6l
Mason, Marci 52
Mason. Mike 60
Aathews. Don 73, l23
AATTHEW5. KIM 26. II9, I23. I32
Montgomery. Katrina 52. 79, 88, IO7
Montgomery, Margaret 89, K5
Moore. Ava 39
Moore, Craig 26, I42
Moore. Eddy 60 87
Moore, Kenny 39
Moore, l.isa 52
Moore, Nicole 72, 93. II4
Moore. Sherry 39, l20 l2l
Moran. Brian 83
Moran. Bob 39, 83, 96, 97
MORGAN, JENNIFER 26, I36, I37
Morrison. Jeff 39, ll0 I42
Motot, Ronnie 60
Moyer, Angie 39, 93
Moyer, Bill l30
MULLINS, GREG 26
MUNDORFF, DORCAS I25
Munoz. Bonnie 88, 52, l33
Munoz, Joey 39, l36
Musgrave, Ruth Ann 78. 79
Debra 39, IO4, l2l
Jim 77, l24
Myers, Mike 52, I25
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Naus, Jim 39
Naus, Mike l03
Niswander, Kelly 4l
Norman, Jim 4l, 82, 83, 99
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Nye, Angela Rae 60
Nye, Carol 52, I25
Nye, James l03
Nye, Kathy 52
Nye, Michelle 4l, 88. l2l
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Pletcher. Tammy 53. I38. I39
Aay, Charles 66
Hays. Deanna 40 I27, I44, l45
lennel. Jim 66
Michaels, David 40 ll0 I27
MESLE, DIANE 26, I29. l49
Miller, Brian 60 87, IO3. l53.
Wler. Harry 52, I25
Hller, Karen 50. KF. l54
Wler, Kim II7
Wller, Pam 40
Miler. Paul 52. 83. ll6
Idller. Scott 60 I28. I29
Wller, Suzette 52
Wilie. Mark 39, 83
Mill. David 39, l43
AILIS, MERCY Il6, l58
Mlls, Sean 60 94
Mitchel. Mitch 39, 99. l02
Mitchem, Debbie 39, l2l, I22
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Honasmlth, Mary 39, 9.2 9l, I40 I49
Monterrey. Maricela 52
OPITZ. MARNIE 27. IO4, I23
Orlandi, Ellen 69, I29
Osterberg, Tim 4l
Owens. Gary 4l, I22
Pahl. Carol 78, DQ l2l
Painter. Tom 4l
PARK, TAMMY 27. I29. l60
Parks, Raymond 4l, I42
Patterson. Chris ll9. I20 l2l, l4l
Patterson, Shelly 4l, 60 ll9
Paul, Jamie 4l
Payne, Michelle 4l, l4I
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Peak, Michelle 60
Peiffer. Kristine 53, 93, l30 l36
Pelton, Connie 68
Pelton, Tlm 4l
Pelton, Tod 60
Peppers. Edward 53, 83
Perflne, Don ll4
Philips. Vaughan 60
Pierce, Bennett 50. IIO II4. ll6. l46
Plerce,,Daryl 4l, ll6, I27, l30
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Pierce, Robert, Jr. 60
Pierce. Robert 67
Pierce, Stela 4l, II9, l2l, 138. l39
Plngle. Robbie 53, Il0
PIPER. BOBBI 27, M 9l. DI, l23. I40 l52, l56. l6l
Pohlman, Ben 77, l28
Pohlman. Cleff 6l
Poland. Ricky 6l. I28
Pool. Dennis 6l, IO3
Pope, Laney 6l, 9l. II7
Pope. September 61
Pryor. Robert 4l, I34
PULLOM. KIM 27, I22
PULLOM, MIA 27
Pullom. Sean 4l, 83
Ouinlin. Kelly 42
Ouinlin, Lisa 42
Rader. Marcia 6 7
Ramirez. James I28
Ramsey, Angela 53
Ramsey, Jennifer 53. 92. ICB. l07, Il6
Rasp. Marla 6l, II4, II7
RAY. CAROLE 27, I22
Ray, Robert El. 87
Reed. Tacey 42, IO4. ll4, ll5. I29, I40
Reeves, Glayds 67
Reflner. Carol 75, I40
Reidling. Jeff 61. Il6
Reidling. Loretta 53
Reinhard, Ronald 42. I4l, l56
Reinhart, Rhonda 53
Reiter, Geana 6l, M, 97
REITER, JOHN 27. I42
Reynolds, Annette 53, I44, I46
REYNOLDS. MIKE 28, I42
REYNOLDS. RICKY 29
REZA. lEROY 29 83, l58, l60
Rice, Lori 53
Rice. Norma 6l
Rice. Tim 42
Richatdson. Randy 7 7, 83, l09, l54
Riedel. Michael 6l
Ritchey, Angela 42, l36, I37
Ritchey. Ethel 78, 79
Ritchey, Shelia 53
RITTER. TAMMY 29. II9, l20
Robbins. Steven 42, I42
Roberts. Sharon 53
Robinson, Amy 6I
ROBINSON. CHARLES I25
Rochester, Mark 53. I25
Rochester, Tracy 42, l2l
Roelle. John l28
Roush. Darrin I25
Roy, David 42. I34
Runion, Jacki 42, l2l. l52, l54
Runion, Lori 6l. 93. II4. lI5
Russell. Steve 73. 99
RUTAN. DOUG 29, II4
RYMAN, JENNY 28. I27, I30
Sabbagh. Joanne 67
Salter. James 53
Salduslry. Jamie Sl
Salisbury, Kevin 6l
Sanchez. Joe 53
SANCHEZ. MONICA I5, I29
Sarreshteh, Tlm I43
Schaufeberger. .lohn 53. II4, ll8, l33. lll
Schetter, Edward 6l, Il6
SCHMITZ, NANCY 29. 92, 93. II9, I59
SCHROTH. MARK I25
SCHUBERT. RODNEY 29, II4, I34, I5 7
Schubert, Stacey 87, IO3, 6l
Schubert, Tracey Sl. 87, l03
Schwepe, William 72
SCOTT, RICK 29, I43
Searles. Jimmy 6l
Sensabaugh, Roy I24
Shank, Clndy 53
SHATZER. JEFF I25
Shaul. Davld 6l, II4
Shaul, Steven 6l
Shaw, Shawn 53. l09
Sheen, Bob 42, 95. 99, l46
SHERIDAN, CHRIS 28, I42
Sheridan. Tracy 43. I42
SHERLOCK. ANGIE 29
Sherman. Jessie 43
Shugars, Jim D2
Shultz. Melanie 53. I29
Sierra. Gabe 53, 83, IO2, Il6
Sigler, Danene 54, I30
Simms, Tyrone ll0
SIMPSON. MARIA 29, 3l, ll9.
Slner, Jerry 69, I34
Slayton, Alice 66
Slayton, Arthur 43, 83, l4l
SMARR. CAMI 43, ll9. l38
Smith, Bobbie Jo 54
SMITH, BRAD 29, II4, I43
Smith, Christopher 87
Smith. Crystal 6l
Smith, Dan 6l
Smith, Don 54
SMITH. JERRY 28
Smith, Kelly 43
SMITH. KENT 29. 86, 99
Smith, Kent 43, I29. I30 I27,
Smith, Kim 62
Smith, Marcia 77
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Smith, Stephanie 62. 92, 93, I27, KS
SMITH. SUE 29, 73
Smith, Teresa 54, II4
Smith. William 78
SNOWDEN, ANGIE 29
Souders. Steve 62
Spangler, Dristine 43, ll6
Spencer, Belinda 62, 93, I44
spfmef, Chrissy 54. 91, 1o4. 13s, 154
SPRAU. BEVERLY 29, I25
Sprau, Darrel 54, ll0
Sprau. Deena 62
StahL Jim 67
StahL Mick 43, I25
STAHL, MIKE 30 l22, l29
Stahl, Shirley 66
Steams, Lana 67
Stein, David 43, l43
Stevens, Garry 43
Stevens, Kimberly 43, I24
Stewart, Mike 43
Stinehart, Pamela 43. II4, I27
Stinehart, Sandra 62. l05, II4,
Storrer, Jeffrey 62. l03
Stowers, Candi 54
Slrausbaugh, Helen 67, ll8
Strohl, Kevin 44, l40
Stuckey. Ken 62
Stump. Brad 62, 95. ll6
Stump. Coleen 62. II4, ll7
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SULLENBERGER. ROBIN 3Q l2Q l4l
Suler. Charles 72
SUZUKI. RIE 361 II4
SWARTZ, CAROLYN 62
Swartz, Jeanne 54, 79
Szabo, Janos 44, I43
Szafraniec, David 62
Szafraniec. Debra l2l
SZAFRANIEC, ERWIN 30 I42
Szallar. Kathy 44, I25
Szaller, Don 62, 87
TATE, CLAUDIA 3Q ll9, l20
TATE. WILBUR 30 83
Thomas. Betty 67
Thompson, Andy 62, I28
THOMPSON, ANGIE 3Q l29
Thompson. Becky 44
Thompson, Carol 62, II4, II7
Thompson, Dave 74
THOMPSON, DAVID 3Q l22
Thompson, Eric 54. I28
THOMPSON, LAURA 3Q ll8,
THOMPSON. LAURIE 30
Thompson, Lisa 62, I28
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THOMPSON, RANDY 30 l09, ill 134, 55
Thornsberry, Laura 44, l24
Tiell, Camille 44
Tlnsman. John 76, 83, l33
Tinsman, Nancy 62, 91, ICS, II4, l26, l56
Tinsman, Sally 79
Tobin, John 63
Tolento, Gloria 44
Tolento, John 63, 96, llO
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Vance, Amy 54, II8
Vance, Nathan 66
Vitt, Deborah 54, ll4, I38
Vin, Judy 67
VOGEL. DWAYNE 30 I42
Vogeh Mary Beth 63
Wade. Sondra 44, Il9. I2I
WAGNER, DARRIN 30 I29, I30
Wagner. lisa 45, I25
WAKEFIELD, DEANNA 3l
Waldron, Jeff 63, I28
Walker, Brian 45
Walker. Katrina 63
Waltermyer, Laurie l22
Walters, Missy 45, l22
WALTON. DOUG 3l, 83, ll9
Walton, Steve 54
Ward, Dana 63, IO3
Warner, Barbara 67
Warner, Patty 45, I2l
Watkins, Susan 45, I2l
Watson. Tamitha 55, l38. I39
Weaks, Jodi 55. I25
WEDDLE, CARLA 3l, KJ4, l29. l32
Weddle, Cheryl 45, ll9, l2l, l38
WEDGE, LAURIE 3l. ll8. ll9, l29
Weiker, Dawn 67
WEIKER, RICK I42
Welly, Brian I25
WENZINGER. GLEN 3l, I30
West. Gena 55, ll4, ll6, l38
Westenbarger. Sheri 55
WHEELER, SHANE I25
White, Cindy 55, 93
WHITE. TIM 3l, 83. l22, l46, l48,
White, Vickie 63
WIDMER. CARRIE 3l, II4, l23
Vlilch, Fred 77, 95
Williams, Aaron 45, IO9, ll6, I30
Wilson, Brian 55
WILSON, CARL 3l, I25
Wilson, Debra 55
Wilson, Jeffrey 63. 87. l03
Wilson, Kirby 63
Winter, Tracy l2l
Wolh Shannon 55, IO4
Wolfrum, Fran 67
Wolfrum, Kara 63
Wolph, Lisa 55, ll6, l38
Wolph, Lynn 55, Il6, I38'
Wonder, Donald 63
WOODLEY. ANGIE 3l, l22, l26
WOODRUFF, LISA 3l, l20
WYANS. LORI 31, II4, ll9, l23, l40
Wyant. Frank 45
Wyant. Susan 63
Yambert, Teresa 63
Yarbrough, Dion 55
Young, Vivian 55, 79
Zummerman. Gary I28
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