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in appreciation for nineteen years
of outstanding service
we respectfully dedicate
our 1984 ha-ko to
James R. Rickman
1966 - 1984
1934 HAMO Fox High School Arnold, Mo. 68010
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Beaarer-. Yqa avay , oar X yyxsxa rrwey' a rara me AQ.
xfirra. K know yyrwar you rrreaal Hey, is rrwar me rreyy year
Beaaker-, Weary X 'yasr araaea 'rr aa,
Ara-. X heard rr had a reakky srrarwae meme samerrwraa aaaar Der
Berwrikerbxa, yearw, We yearbook 906 aeaaea ra rry a arriererxi aapraacrw Krixs
Haw Thar's. a jalee. The same srarf rs ra me yearaaare eyery year!
K . , rrwey waarea ro mdee We yearbaav , , , are , , , arirqae,
mars aaa qrNorxaXaqaes . . . samerrixrwq We aa earxre WN!
rwhars sa x'arHerear" aaaar rms year .
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1984 rools on a
differenr approach: rnere
was a new empnasis on
ream spirir as rne
fooroall, yolleyoall and
Caprored rop honors,
Compurers replaced or
in Marn and Business
neignrened as a new
family relarions class
began, and a proposed
audiroriom and new
rracls field give Fox
Campos a new and
differenr lools. Dram
corps members Ulools
differenr" as rney wear
me Iaresr in eye fashion
- Clay McClain, Milse
Rice, Breda Wasnam '
and Roo Dadanerry.
Lefr, Sreye Balser ralses a lore approacgn ro complering nomeworls, and John Simmons
zeros in on nis wood proiecr.
A Dfferen' Aoproocn
A The Oprions
There ore mony oprions open ro
srudenrsg rhe oorions rhey choose will
offecr rhe enrire yeor. Concerning
curriculurn, they rnusr decide wherher
rhey will sroy or school oll doy or go ro
Jefferson College for rechnicol courses for
holf o doy, They nwusr choose which
closses rhey will rolse1 procricol closses lilse
shop, odvonced closses lilse AP. English,
bond, rnedio comrnunicorion, erc. Once
they decide uoon closses, srudenrs moy
give presenrorions or reporrs for exrro
credir, or build on oddirionol wood oroiecr,
or suomir exrro moos ond drowings, Afrer
closses, srudenrs srreom ioword rhe loclser
rooms ro dress our for orocrice, or
wonder rovvord Mr. l4osey's roorn for
onorher chess rnorch, or even heod for
Mrs. Hodges room ro corch up on
Srudenr Council worls. The oprions ore
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evenxng! V-use your henna--vlou-one, t
urletn Heh, udcoul to LJ.,--Lbuer
he universe but when the tour of Yau
an you q,o'Z Yea--you Aelxnitexy grade
cided to vacation in Mno1M
uh oi t
be the h
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tha rxaht been
Me you enyoyiny. your u
Noi. nod. non 'ihere ere e Xot oi von
MnoXdX The nxght Xiie Xa fnntaetid vlhethe
out in K-:kart waiting for the hxue Mpht ar-ecin nr
74c.n0na1d'e pickup vxndcv--there'e something lor everyo
Beheva it or not K vent to high aehooX here in LA. Yep,
Fo-1. high Sthgm. Va not an the yearbovk, though. nobody
ia goxng to teh ml that'a a picture of nd
tio kidding.. You get then nrsat-Xookinv, senior pxeturea
taken, and when the yearbook :ones out they'-se ueen the
picture oil your drSyer'a Xtcenae. They ahc have then
candide oi people you have never aeen beiore in your Xkie.
Did theae peopxe reahy go to our ec.hooYl
X don't kncv, but X have n theory. X thxnk there xa a
sulH band ol peoph who trayd Iron aehufn to eehQ0X
trying. to get their picture in the yearbook. no none of 'H V
theaa peoph punt can hack Xater to aign the books, too. f
They sure atmneh nine. ei Rick
eriouaiy, you don' t know hav uany irtenda you have 'LUX "
you ask peopXa to aign your yearbook. kt Xeaat the
inscriptions gi-le you something interesting to read have I 1
you ever tried to read the atorief! The yearbook eta!!
ceha it ":.opy." Yrobahw hecaun that'e what they do:
copy the atorxea from the year heiore and ehange the nate.
Riu they never have the right eaptiona on the pictures.
our name has 'ore then Iour Xettera, tory
Xabe1eA "ne-me teedefuafv' . . .
NNOLEXCER1 David, ve need to break. . .
BNHS: in there a probXen'! Oh, that'e tight.
um new mv. sogcffhnc KOTLLLY oxfvwfwrv
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X? closses ore ovoiloble
Counselor Jim: Gee, Bob, reody ro do your schedule?
Bob, Srudenn Gosh, Counselor Jim, I don'r lsnovv. There ore
so mony oprions.
C.J.: Yes, rhor's rrue Bob.
B54 Well, con you help me.
C.J.1 Sure, l'll rry. Ler's see, Bob, you need Morh, English,
Hisrory, ond Science.
B.5.1 Bur which ones? I con rolee so mony differenr closses,
C.J.1 Yes, in Biology, Morh, ond English you could become
involved in rhe honors progrom, In rhe Advonced
Plocemenr closses you con even eorn college credir,
BS.: Wow! Whor obour o Foreign Longuoge.
C.J- Well, Fox offers Sponish, Germon, ond French lon-
B5 v Whor bour procricol business skills?
Above- Senior phorogropher Michelle Lovvson develops film 7rh hour for rhe 1984
Righr- Senior Poul Johns believes molxing o hope chesr in shop closs "is o reol
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We hove ryping courses ond business closses. You con
olso rolse compurer courses, business morh ond oc-
counring. Or even ger involved in Disrriburive Educo-
rion CDE? or Trodes ond lndusrries CTD vvhere you ger
ocruol business experience.
Golly, Counselor Jim, vvhor obour orr ond shop?
We hove generol orf closses, drovving, poinring, sculp-
fure, ond even honors progroms. We hove extensive
shop progroms rhor include vvoodvvorlsing, generol
merols, ond even ouroshop.
So mony oprionsl
Yes. There ore orher voluoble bur nonessenriol closses.
We hove on excellenr speech ond debore progrom,
os well os rodio ond TV. closses rhor runs o school
relevision srorion, And home economics, foo,
You could even help vvrire rhe school yeorbools in
commerciol orr closs.
Bur don'r you need vvriring slsills, creofiviry ond mofur-
ify . . .
You'd be surprised. Bur vvhor obour rhis schedule?
Well, Jimmy Cricleers, rhere ore jusr os mony oprions.
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Top righr-Senior Liso Allen procrice her oim for slseer shooring in gym closs.
Piighr- Senior Holly Freemon pierces o design in o cloy por,
Above- Tonyo Wollser, Kim Orphon, Neidio Fischer ond Chris Riclsel, ponder new ideos
for Honor choir uniforms "We ended up weoring robes, very originoIl" soid Chris
6 - Leopin' Lizordsl
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Guest speolsers shore
Fox High School wos groced with guests from oll wollss of
life this yeot. Among them were o former concentrotion
comp resident, on Arnold low enforcement photogropher,
o Chonnel 4 sportscoster, ond o molseup expert. Voriety
indeed is the spice of life.
l-lorry Lenzo will tolse o terminotion of residence ony
time over o rerminotion of life- Horry glodly occepted his
wollsing popers from the Ebenzee concentrotion comp in
Austrio. Mr. Lenzo visited Mrs. Muehlhouser's Bestsellers
English closs ofter students reod The I-hdfng Pfoce by Corrie
Tenboom. Before stoying in Ebenzee, Lengo endured the
infomous Auschwitz comp in southwest Polond, While ot
Ebenzee, Lengo, who is 5'1O", weighed only 80 pounds.
Lengo now contributes to the Center for l-lolocoust Studies
in Sr. Louis by lecturing on mon's inhumonity to mon. l'l
hope we con prevent o recurrence of similor otrocities," he
One of Arnold's finest is Detective Honno of the Arnold
Police Dept. Honno tollsed to photogrophy closses obout
low enforcement photogrophy ond disployed photogro-
phy equipment used for criminol investigotion. l-le showed
students exomples of his worls, including o pictoriol series of
o gunshot wound exomined loyer by loyer during on
Stocls on drool cups rose three points when Psegene
Bowen brought Poul Alexonder to Mr. Miller's Rodio ond
Television closs os o guest speolser. Poul Alexonder gove his
story in "the business" ond then opened the floor to
questions. Alexonder felt his success wos due to the help of
others in the industry ond believes he owes o debt to
Students in Clericol Proctice hod the chonce to be "ono-
lyzed" by Noncy Croigs Ms. Croig, molseup ond slsin color
expert, noted specific colors for eoch of the students' slsin
tones ond identified everyone "by seosonf' 'lWeoring the
oppropriote molseup ond colors suited to eoch person's
complexion gives everyone the opportunity to lools their
best," ogreed Ms. Croig. Students in Mrs. Morris's closs hod
the opportunity to experiment with colors ond vorious
Guest speolsers odded on extro dimension to sulject
motter in mony closses this yeor. l'l reolly enjoyed listening
to Detective Honno, it sounds lilse he reolly enjoys his job,"
commented one student. l-loving the chonce to listen to
the experts wos definitely worthwhile!
Secretoriol students listen os the speolser exploins the difference between slsin tone ond the "seoson" of colors eoch
person should weor. Right, Detective Honno exploins how photogrophy olds detectives in solving crimes.
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Srudenrs give rhe
communiry a helping
Yearbools Insrrucror: Gary, I vvanr you ro vvrire anorher arricle.
Gary: Do I have ro? I vvrore rhe arricle abour Japanese carrorsl
I-lave Gerrrude or Willard do ir.
Y.l.g Gerrrude is doing an arricle on rhe Sodium Porassium ATP'
ase pump and Willardiusr finished one abour rars. Ir's your
Gary1 Alrighrl Whar's ir abourP
Y.l.g I heed an arricle rhar covers rhe vvay some of rhe clubs
and organizarions become involved vvlrh rhe communiry.
Gary: Whar I-:ind of communiry involvemenr?
YI: Well .. you'II heed ro ralls ro someone from Srudenr
Council abour rhe blood drive.
Gary: Whar blood drive?
YI.: Where have you been? Earlier rhis year Srudenr Council
held rheir annual blood drive. They had srudenrs, reach-
ers, and people from rhe communiry come in and donare
a pinr of blood. The Red Cross broughr nurses who rools
rhe blood. The blood helps resrocls rhe local supply.
Gary: Ols, I see, Whar orher Isind of examples should I use?
Yl.: Well, DE. has a "Senior Day" where rhe srudenrs TOISG
the elderly shopping. Narional I-lonor Sociery donared
some money ro rhe Arnold Panrry . . . and I rhinls rhar
FHA 6 STUCO gave food baslsers ro rhe needy.
Gary: Oh, yearh . . . I heard rhar Honor Sociery had a rocl+a-
rhon ro raise money.
YI.: I'm glad ro see you didn'r sleep rhraugh rhe enrire year!
Use rhose examples in your arricle and rry ro incorporare
rhe idea rhar some of our clubs and organizations really
do a lor rovvard helping rhe communiry.
Gary: CSighD. I vvonder when I ger ro inrervievv rhe cheer-
leaders . . .
12 Reaching Our
Opoosre oogeiso Weoo wcrrs 'o' me Norse one her
rorn or rhe Brood Drrve More rhon 350 ornrs of orooo
were oorfored oy srocehrs
DECA member Sosre Morrrson soys NI reorly enjoyed
helprng rhe oroer forks shop '
The NHS-sponsored Rod+AfThon heroed rouse money for
severor chorurres rn rhe Sr Lows oreo, Lefr, NHS member
LoDonno Becker enjoys donong wrrh her porrner Kerrh
Berow, Vorerre Homdron poses wrrh one of rhe womor'
she herped shop or Torger during DECA's 'Senror
Cinzens Doy " Doug Goroen odmlrs 'Xoerng sruos on
bond ofds 'couse oondforos ore srods on me " Here rhe
senror drsoioys has oonoforo ofrer oonorrng brood oorrng
the STUCO Blood Drrye
Q exercise rheir
oprions in sporrs.
Physical firness is a popular ropic rhese days, and physical
acriviry has increased in and our of class. 'II played soccer rhis
year because I like rhe game and because I've played ir all
my life," said sophomore Brian Voss, Added junior Chrisry
Johnson, "I play soccer ro keep in shape and ir vvorksI"
The desire ro be physically fir is nor rhe only reason for
being acrive. 'IYou have a lor of fun," commenred Nancy
Mueller abour belonging ro rhe girls' sofrball sauad. IIIr's a
good chance ro be vvirh friends."
"Ir's a good vvay ro show school spirir - ro ger involved
and parricipare," said Denise Moll.
The large number of group sporrs available gave every-
one a vvide range of alrernarives. Tradirional sporrs like
foorball gained a boosr of inreresr, I'Ir was rhe besr foorball
squad Fox had in many years, we came closer rhan anyone
ro gerring inro rhe Srare playoffs," added Mike Boehner,
Non-rradirional sporrs like Track and Cross Counrry gained
populariry as individual arhleres ried or ropped previous
records, The addirion of inrramural acriviries, like rable rennis
and archery, gave non-arhleric srudenrs a chance ro in-
crease rheir physical acriviry. Piaguerball, hovvever, vvas
dropped rhis year due ro a lack of sponsorship and rhe
graduarion of mosr ream members.
"Sporrs are a vvay ro feel good abour yourselfg knovving
your hard vvork has paid off in good healrh and a sense of
"We didn'r have an outstanding season rhis year, bur I enjoyed every game
because if was a real challenge," remarked Greg McCarthy abour rhe I3-Team
14 - Gerring Physical
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Left, Cooches Werner ond Heinemann worcn os Brendo Meyer spins ro rnrow
Beiow, "We nod ro do olor of fiexing before running," explains boseboll
ployer Kyie Wilson
Juniors Bryon Luoders ond Croig Kinder procrice "pins" during o PE closs,
Mike Aboussie ond Scorr SI-:eggs run porrerns in foorboll procrice os Coocn
Seors Iooic on.
brains and muscle
are pirred againsr
each orher when
Musical nares floar down jock hall as Joe Consiglio and
Adam Miller pracrice for rhe Srare Music Conresr in Columbia.
Ar rhe orher end of rhe campus, Debare member Par
Schaub does research ar a library cubicle for rhe nexr De-
bare meer. Comperirion is a way of life for many srudenrs,
l'They have fo rhinls, fhey have ro be a lirrle differenr,
more original," said Mrs. Karl abour her Honors Arr srudenrs
who compere in rhe annual Masradon Paris Arr Confesr. ul
rhinls ir malses berrer srudenrs and improves rhe aualiry of
"Ofren when Chess srudenrs go againsr orher schools
rhey pur in more rime and energy for rhar march rhan
Cunforrunarelyb, rheir everyday srudies," said Mr. Kasey.
Junior Anna Hudsperh agrees, "When rhe Scholar Quiz
ream pracrices offer school, irs more fun, more goofing off.
Bur when we go againsr orher schools, ir's more profession-
al," she said. "l lilse compering, ir malses me feel smarr
when I malse rhe righr answer."
Compering doesn'r always involve orher schools. llLasr
year l ran againsr orhers," said Tracls arhlere Brian Radle,
'lThis whole year I worlsed by myself. l compere againsr rhe
clocls, againsr my lasr rime. Compering forces me ro ser
goals," Brian agreed.
The rime and energy spenr does nor always show in
desired resulrs, bur rhose who compere find many rewards
in pirring brain-againsrebrain, muscle-againsr-muscle.
"l'm going TO worls harder, rhe ofher people push me ro
Top-Joe Consiglio and Adam Miller pracrice for rhe Srare Music Conresr Joe received
an '1' for his flure solo
Cenrer-Carl Faullsner and Wendel Mathis sinls in deep concenrrorion while compering
Dorrom-Seniors Bob Meyer, Kim Birlsner and Lisa Swafford won lsr place for their
paper-mache masradon in rhe Masradon Park Conresr,
io Dear lr
Lefr, Tlna Nlchols, Dana
Coleman, and Karhy
l-Ierrensreln display rhe
flowers rhey received IO D E
comperlrlon Scholar Qulz
members Mary Slmmons,
Deanna Temple, Bob
Kupferer and Marla Narens
face off agalnsr Ladue
Below, Srare champlon Bruan
lladle srrerches our his lead IO
Cross Counrry comperlrlon
I r 11: I
reochers rolse rime our
ro sponsor school
Voices resound in Room 208 os onimored discussion
rolses ploce ooour rhe Wunrer Coronorion Assembly.
Down rhe holl ond oround rhe corner o group of girls srop
by Mrs. Brengle's room ro checls on rhe deporrure rime
for o Wresrling meer. These srudenrs ond indeed rhe
enrire school depend on sponsors ro oversee school orgo-
nizorions ond ocriviries rhroughour rhe yeor,
"We vvorls yeor-round plonning ocriviries for rhe sru-
denrs," soid Srudenr Council sponsor Mrs. Hodge. ul om
involved in rhese ocriviries oecouse I like ro see srudenrs
who ore proud of rheir school ond ore olvvoys rrying ro
molse ir oerrerf' Mrs. Hodge ond Mrs, Brengle olso over-
see rhe cheerleoding souods. l'We procrice yeor-round."
Sponsors ollovv o voriery of clubs ond ocriviries ro confin-
ue, ond seem vvilling ro spend rhe exrro rime needed ro
ger rhings done. 'llr helps rhem develop o good self-
concepr oy helping orhers," soid FI-IA sponsor Mrs, Thou-
venor. HI enjoy helping rhe srudenrs develop inro berrer
'lThe nevvspoper sroff ond I vvorlsed offer school ro pur
eoch poper our," soid Miss Lirrle. ul rhinls rhe sroff felr o
reol sense of occomplishmenr becouse rhey hod ro give ir
rhor 'exrro '."
Giving ir rhor exrro is nor unusuol for reochers who
cooch sporrs. "The Isids rhor ore involved ore imporronr ro
me ond I lilse ro help rhem grow," commenred Mrs.
Moxson. "lr lseeps rhem ovvoy, from orher influences ond I
reolly enjoy cooching rhe sporrs I do."
Wherher cooching soccer, orgonizing o food-ooslser
drive, or plonning rhe senior rrip, mony reochers give rheir
rime ond lsnovv-hovv rovvord molsing school more inrer-
esring for everyone.
Mr. Burler goes over music moreriol wirh rhe bond for rhe Spring Concert.
"Mr, Miller ond rhe progromming srudenrs sroy offer once or rwice o weels ro rope progroms for rhe coble
16 - Giving Exrro
chonneI," soid Chris Reifschneider. 5 S
of srudehrs hove
opriohs of oh-rhejolo
experiehce ohd college
Mohy srooehrs do somerhihg orher rhoh orreho closses or Fox for
holf rhe ooy. Some go ro Jeffco ro rolse orher courses while orhers
go ro worls os porriclpohrs of rhe TGI or DE progrorhs.
Fox Clh cohjuhcrioh Wirh Jefferson College? offers o vocoriohol
rechhicol progrom which prepores srooehrs forloos ofrer hlgh school.
There ore oheeyeor progrorhs such os EJQCTVOOTCS, rechhology pro-
groms ih Microprocessihg, Rooorlcs, ohci Telecorhrhohicoriohs, or
rwoeyeor progrorhs ih Doiloihg Trooes ooo Weloihg Techhology.
Srooehrs ih rhis progrom rholse o pilgrlrhrhoge ro Jeffco for holf o doy
ro leorh ohd worls,
lm Disrrioorive Eoocorioh, corhmohly lehowh os DE, srooehrs leorh
oooor rhorlserlhg, olsrrioorioh, rhechohoisihg oho mohogerhehr. Sroe
oehrs srorr DE closses rhelrjohlor yeor oho rheh ore ollowed ro golh
experience oy worlsihg for holf o ooy rheir sehlor yeor, The pro
grorh oehefirs rhe srooehrs oy glvihg rherh volooole experiehce ohcl
helps employers oy glvihg rherh o srodehr who hos some ohoer'
srohoihg of rhe oosihess World,
TGI is oosicolly rhe some progrorh, excepr rhor rhejoos ore more
rechhicol. Dorihg rhe course srooehrs leorh ooour opplyihg for o job,
feoerol oho srore rox oworos, rhohey rhohogerhehr ood ouyihg
goods ohci services. Differehrjoos ore ovolloole ih ohyrhihg from oir
cohdiriohihg ro elecrricol llherhoh ro rollorlhg.
l'l lllse rhe oprlohs rhor ore ovoiloole for STUCJQI'WTS,H oooeo ohe
Sehlors Clhcly Arlelhs, Crolg Cwilslowslsi ohd Tommy Dleche worls porr-rlrhe for DE. credir
20 l-lolf-Doy Srodehrs
Swdemrs harem ro 0 shop Iecrure.
Below, Joe Harris is Empkvyee of me Momrh for
Hc1'Dcy Swoemrs - 2
Track members Margie Fuqua, Norolie Fuqua, Sue
Arnold, ond Brenda Meier discuss rhe oppesirion while
woiring for the next event.
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Chris Gross works on her homework while woiring for
22 - Behind The Scenes
4-J The Varsity Football squad garhers
Sally Sneed spends her srudyhall ryping for rhe Newspaper and Yearbook sraffs
closely rage-ther ro listen ro Coach
Srudenrs spend rime afrer school, on rhe vveelsends, and
even during rhe summer preparing for schoalerelared acrivie
ries. lmparranr Narional Honor Sociery meerings or play
pracrices occur afrer school and may Iasr for hours. Research
for rhe speech ream or going ra a vvresrling meer can raise a
lor of rime avvay from rhe vveelsend. Time spenr going ro
leadership seminars, oand camp or fooroall pracrice may
ralse up mosr of rhe summer vacarion. Neverrheless, srue
denrs vvho spend rime behind rhe scenes believe rheir rime
well spenr. Sophomore Crysral Lesrer said, ul really enjoy
going ro speech ream meers even rhough I have ro give up
a lor of my free rimef'
Behind The Scenes
Sruco member Dana Blick sells silk flowers ro John Darillo
"Wanna buy a candy bar?"
There was never a lull in fundraising, 1984
sryle. Food remained the favorire source of
"funds", and mosr groups sold several differenf
varieries rhroughour rhe year. Mosr organizae
rions, reams, and classes used rhe opporruniry
ro malse money for much-needed exrras.
Sporrs reams lilse rhe foorball and baslserball
squads raised money by selling flavored pope
corn for uniforms and side baslserball goals.
llThe baseball ream wanred an ourdoor baf-
ring cage, so we sold M6M's for several
weeks," explained fielder Milse Boehner. The
ball ream was also able ro ger ream shirrs wirh
rheir exrra funds.
Srudenr Council, as in pasr years, has conrin'
ued ro have "flowery' success in their fundrais-
ing efforrs. The everfpopular colored carnarions
for Valenrine's Day sold well, according ro
STUCO member Doug Goldammer. 'lWe
made a nice profir from rhe flowers, so we
decided ro sell sills carsages for Nlorher's Day,
roof' Why did Srudenr Council arrempr ro
malse exrra money This year? When aslsed,
Doug had only one reply. 'lWejusr wanred rhe
The choir classes, on rhe other hand, were
much more 'vocal' abour rheir monerary
needs. 'lWe have ro sell rins of cookies!" ex-
claimed choir member Dawn McClure in dis-
rress. "We use rhis money for our rrip ro Kansas
Ciry in May. I don'r lsnow whar l'm going ro do
wirh all rhese coolsies if I can'r sell rhemf'
Well, rhar's rhe way rhe coolsie crumbles.
The newlyefarmed VOICE newspaper sraff also
24 A Selling Success
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had rheir hand in the coolsiejar. l'We balsed all
these hearr-shaped coolsies for Valenrine's
Day," commenred staffer Kim Birlsner. llWe
had ro spend several hours afrer school one
day icing all rhese 'cure messagesf Well, the
icing would never dry and we had ro lseep
pulling coolsies aparrf' Alrhough rheir messages
may have gorren scrambled, the selling was a
big success, according ro rhe sraff. Ulf wenr real
well, whar we didn'r sell we gor ro ear,"
laughed Teresa Byrd.
The Yearbools sraff came up wirh one or
rwo original ideas rhis year ra supplemenr rheir
rradirional money-malsing schemes. l'We sold
candy and ads ro raise money for rwo color
spreads," explained edirorein-chief Connie
Reiss. Then rhe brighr idea for rhe 1984 Calen-
dar Girls and Guys was born, and rhe sraff was
able ro pur aside all furrher money-malsing.
Wharever rheir morives, Fox srudenrs be-
came auire adepr ar gerring rhar money!
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Lefr-Candy bars were always rhe mosr popular Hem for sale ar sclwaah agreed Keily Berdmg
Top-The Calendar GMS swga auragraphs IU me gym Nobby ra pramare sa1e5 Where was always
somerhing for sale," said semar Marr Raya!
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26 - Porrlng lr Togerlwer
Scorr Berry demorwsrrores rlfwe use of o Ile derecror lm Mr,
Righr, Greg Perers crweclss rlwe
All1ire's Psychology Gloss.
llghrlng lm prepororlon for Q
Michelle Riley, Kurr Gem, cmd Mllse Froley lools over on Erwgllslw report,
Righr, German club srudenrs get rogerher ro discuss club acriviries and enjoy
good rimes rogerher,
Kim Birlfner and Darlene Trousdale hang up artwork for a lunchroom display.
Masr srudenis see only finished resulrs. They see ihe
assemblies Srudenl Council purs on, rhe halls rhar are decorared
for horneconnina by rhe cheerleaders or rhe yearbaols afrer irs
corhplere. Whai srudenrs fail ra realize is rhar a lar of rirne and
efforr ao info purrina rhese rhinas roaerher. For example, STUCO
does a lor of fundraising Csellina painrer hols, ercb in order ro
have assemblies and rhe orher aciivirles rhey sponsor, The
cheerleaders spend a lor of fheir own rnoney and lime
decorarina halls, nfialslna signs and cheering an rhe reams. Many
oraanizarians such as Narional Honor Soclery, Speech and
Debare, and FHA sponsor surnrher warlsshops io prepare
members for rhe coming year. Puriina ir ioaerher ralses rime,
lsnowehow, and rnosr of all, dedicarion and enrhuslasnn,
Dyna l' Yaaemer - 27
Danny Miller acjusts the image an the screen under the
scrurinization of friend Pat Schoub.
First-day jitters were evident as the Fox CON-o cable channel Isiclsed oft its
grand opening in March. ln the programming room off the Medio Center,
general manager and radio-television teacher Mr. Miller explained that television
is an avenue open to surprises. This proved correct: the opening tape ot a
February boslsetball game was shot at the wrong speed, as was the second,
bacls-up tape Miller had on hand!
"This is so exciting - television at its best," Mr. Nliller mugged.
Eventually the cable station did get underway with another tape, and the
rough edges were smoothed out. While no one will argue that CON-o is "state
of the art" programming, the radio-television students are the first of the
county's high schools to orchestrate an educational cable station for northern
Jefferson County residents,
lt isn't always easy. Sometimes players bob up and down the court at high
speed and the sound 'lcomes and goes." Wires, a modulator, cameras, three
television monitors and three video cassette recorders are all paclsed in one tiny
room. But what they lacls in space, the students seem to malse up in
Initial programs lilse the hypnotist assembly, the '83 Busch Stadium graduation,
sports events and the National Honor Society induction inaugurated the first year
of CONAO Student programmers wotls diligently to achieve their goal, to give
everyone in the school district their chance to appear on television.
Students ot the Radio and Television class prepare all the programming and
gain valuable communications experience. "I wouldn't have thought of going
into communications without it," commented senior Scott Meadows. l'lt taught
me how to worls with a camera and that's exactly what l wanted."
'llt made me realize that l want to go to a college with a television station
even though l'm going to major in engineering," said junior Curtis Thetford.
The student programmers enjoy the challenge ot putting a program together,
and hope to tap all the possibilities that go with having a cable station in the
next couple of years.
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"The covered walkway is josr grearl lr really molses the back of me school look nicer," sold Mlss Lime.
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Rlghr, Jim Sweeney checks his prlnr-our la Camparer class
Workers lift the new lights into place around the athletic field.
The campus was given a facelift in many areas this year. New cafeteria
ables brightened the looks of the lunchroom and gave everyone a little more
oom to spread out. Several weight machines were replaced in the weight
'oom with a new universal gym. The older universal gym and other weights
Nere distributed to the three junior highs. 4 L
l'The new weightlifting machines are pretty nice, although it's really crowd-
ed in the weight room since they arrived," commented Mark Parra.
Eleven new Apple computers were added to provide greater accessibility to
'he computers for all classes.
"XVe've set aside computers for classes to do lab work," explained Mr.
One of the more visible improvements this year was the construction of a
:overed walkway connecting the shop, art, and music departments to the
main building. l'lt was sorely needed," remarked senior Laurie Beard. "I was
tired of walking into my art classes soaking wet and with my hair ftlzzingf'
Certainly the biggest addition to the campus this year is the construction of
the new track. UA track at the high school is long overdue, we have had to
drive to other schools for the last five years," commented Mr. Sauer. "We
have been waiting a long time to provide our students with the facilities for
track meets," added the director. Several years of fundraising spearheaded by
involved parents John and Ruth Prapotnik were necessary to pay for the new
facilities, The new track is expected to be completed during the summer.
Also new are overhead lights for the track and football fields, which were
added in May. Although construction has not yet begun, 1984 will be remem-
bered as the year Fox began work on the new auditorium. l'The architect has
been selected and is working on the auditorium now," said Mt. O'Connor.
Students anxiously await the new auditorium for drama, radio-television, and
music events while they enjoy the other improvements made.
Facelift - S1
Norhing brings rogerher differenr rypes of people berfer rhan
ro see people from all wallss of life mal-ze fools of rhemselves.
For rhis reason, rhe whole school was unified for a rare assems
bly by Roy Beam. Jusr loolsing ar his name suggesrs mesmeriz-
ing hypnotic woves and rheir possibiliries.
On rhe surface, hypnorism would seem ro enroll charisma
and a soothing voice. Acrually, Ray Beam is overqualifieds l-le
has an MD. in Psychiarry which he considers his only career.
The ossembly wenr over well. The large audience added o
grear selecrion of candidared for hypnarism. Among rhe mero-
morpheses to occur were Kevin Eberhardr acring lilse Johnny
Weismueller and Jerome l-lawlsins dancing lilse Michael Jocls-
son. The parricipanrs suffered many shors from Beams sleep
gun which mowed rhem down over and over, There were a
few hor momenrs, such as the hor sear, rhe burning coal on
rheir body and rhe 120-degree day, Anorher scene involved
"nudiry", Dave Montgomery was found ro be rhe only one
really comforrable wirh his sexualiry. The audience really had a
good rime, and rhe "performers" were given a much-needed
memory boosr. Anyone willing ro be hypnorlzed doesn'r really
have a rrance, or do they?
Roy Beam coaxes rhe srudenrs inro a deeper nypnoric srare wirh his
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warching from rhe gym floor
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Srodenrs spend rirhe offer schooi, on rhe weekends,
ond even during rhe summer preporing for schoolerelored
ocriviries. Icnporronr NHS meerings or pioy procrices occur
ofrer schooi ond nfioy Iosr for hours. Reseorching for rhe
Speech reonn nwoy roiee o lor of rinwe owoy from rhe
weekend, whiie rirhe spenr going ro ieodership serninors,
pond comp or foorooil procrice nwoy Weil rolse up rnnosr
of rhe sornrner vocorion. Neverrheless, srodenrs who
worls hours oehind rhe scenes oeiieve rheir rinne Weil
spenr Jdiie Locnoerr CW, sroys ofier schooi Noecoose i
ieorn so rndch frorn rhe FCA nweeringsf' Spending on
hour eoch doy ond eighr hours on rhe weekend
Worlsing on speech nnoreriol doesn'r ieove olor of rirne
for onyrhing else, our Por Schodo C125 soid, 'il rhinis ir's
worrh rhe rinne, l've ieorned o ior ond nner o ior of
Riginr Senior Dove Deveyd' rowers o.er me
opposing 'eorn dpring rhe i-iiisooro rodrnornen
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moises for o prerry rowdy
SPIRIT Csoir' yr?
1. Thor rhihg by which somerhihg rs reveoleo
os oMve. CFox High School is on rhe move
wirh more soirrr rhms yeor rhoh rr hos hoo for
o Iohg rime.D
2. Livelihess, vehemehce, CThe closs of '84
wos or rhe cresr of o whole new wove of
8. Ehrhosiosric loyolry, CWirh so mohy sporrs
srors ir wos eosy ro ger Qooghr up ih rhe
spirir of rhe veorb
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felr eveh more ihrehselv rhoh Usuoll
5, Exoremehr oooor some ploce or evehr.
CUYOU could reolly feel rhe soirir im rhe oir
rhis yeor," soid Dohhy Miller?
o, Ghosr, Phohrosm, CThe soirir of rhis yeor
will be wirh Us for yeors ro come?
Abovef5ehror Tim Brockhoos shows whor he rhrhks of rhe D-reom
duruhg o home gome
RnghrfThe bond members ooded eryoymehr ro rhe gomes Korhy
Horleobeds mosrers rhe Nornohor Ahmem
Cehrerioreh Srudsmeyer growls ofrer porhhg dowh ohorher reooohd
Oh rhe Move
Some people iiise Perry
Denman go ro grear Iengrhs
ro ger a kiss Here, rhe Januar
displays his famous mahowls
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' Large Cenrer phoro-"The Gang" show rremendous courage and spirir by
Above-Seniors Deseree Driver and Goil Milier show what rhey do besr - cheerieading
Lefr-Robin Johnson quniorb sings her hearr our ar rhe Homecoming game
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A conglomerarion of acrors, dancers, band members, and
crew people converged ro produce fhe besr fall musical ro
grace rhe gym srage in many a year "Guys and Dolls" ran
rwo days, November 18 G 19, 1083, and succeeded in
drawing, as Miss Nancy Muerh said, . . rhe mosf people ro
a play since I have been here " Those who arrended gave
rave reviews. "I loved ir," said Julie I-Cory C12D, "l didn'f realize
how falenred people ar Fox are!" Kim Dirlsner C125 remarlsed,
"Even with fhe problems wlrh rhe milses, everyone gave a
The main performers: Regene Bowen C125 as Adelaide, Joe
Consiglio C113 as Narhan Defroir, Connie Reiss C125 as Sarah
Brown, and Marla Jones C105 as Slsy Masferson provided a solid
basis. Supporfing casr members and dancers enhanced rhe
Once again, Mr. Burler direcred rhe orchesrra. He described
rhe performances as Has one of rhe besr ones we've ever
had, lr wenr off real well" Valerie McDonald summed up rhe
feelings of mosr orchestra members in one word, "Reliefl We
had a grear rime bur we're glad irs overl"
Excifemenr, relief, and enjoyment are rhe feelings rhaf the
play conjuled. Those involved felr rhe excifemenf of
prepararion and rhe relief of a job well done while fhe
audience experienced enjoymenr from rhe excellent
Top- The Mission Band sings "Follow rhe fold " Leff ro righr Missy Moore,
Connie Reiss, Tim Bogowirh and Scorr Borger.
Nicely Nicely Johnson CTerry Lesrerb confesses his sins in
"Sir Down, You're Rockin the Boar,"
The Hof Box Dancers-Lisa Polere, Laura Wearherford, Kelly Sirez and Barb
Reim-swlng ro "I Love You, A Bushel and a Pecls "
Slsy Masrerson CMorls Jonesl explains ro Sarah Brown CConnle Reissl how a
gambler feels abour rhe big hearrhrob
Tilred photo' Adelaide CRegene Bowen? dazzles in "I Love You, A Dushel and
0 peck ll Onsrage
devore mony long
hours ro decorore
iocle holl for rhe
The Worrior roorboll reom wos on rhe morls wirh o Homecoming
vicrory over Lofoyerre 770 There wos o rowdy crowd wirh people
lilse Jolie Kory who sold "Gee guys! Golly guys! Greor gome guys!"
The crowd ond rhe reom's greor srorr were probobly o couple of
focrors in rhe Worrior win
Borh reoms were shor our in rhe firsr holf, bor on rhe Worriors' firsr
possession in rhe rhird quorrer, rhey srormed down rhe field ond
scored on on 11 yord poss from oborrerbocls llyon Lewis ro righr end
John Polmer, John Gongloff rhen come in ro boor rhe exrro poinr.
Afrer rhor, rhe defenses ogoin become rhe dominoring force of rhe
Senior Milse Boehner sold, "lr wos one of rhe mosr hord hirring
gomes of rhe yeorf' His remorls is sopporred by rhe focr rhor middle
Iineboclser Kevin Jocobs succeeded in nor only Isnoclxing our one of
rhe Loncers, bor olso lsnoclsing rhor ployers shoe off. CLools our Lorry
Above righr, Bond ond Pom Pon members srond reody ro enrerroin rhe crowd
Senior running boclx lim Sweeney, srrerches our o few exrro yords during
Senior Terry Gibbor ond Connie Forror designed rhis specrocolor senior floor
Senior Vince Deguire disploys his worrior spirir by dressing up for Homecoming
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faarball game af me season."
he Fax Warriors plow rrwro me Lafayerre Lancers darmg me Homecammg game
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'lrhe donces ore becoming
more populor now: hors off
The 1988 Homecoming donce wos the best
Fox hos hod in quite o few yeors. The lorge
turnout wos ottributed to the footboll teom's
defeot of Lofoyette 70 in the Homecoming
gome. Senior Doug Goldommer soid it wos o
llsuper donce, the best Fox ever hod, ond
Student Council did o good job, but the best
port of the donce wos the girl I wos wirh." The
theme song wos "Don't let it End" ond the DJ.
incorporoted the theme into his choice of music
by endlessly ploying the some song over ond
This yeor, the Homecoming coronotion tools
ro srudenr council for on
ron, Sherry Just, ond Dione Solsmon. Condi
dores for Ising were Kevin Jocobs, Tim Vorgo,
Rick Eisenbeis, Terry St. John, ond Ryon Lewis.
The winners were Copen envelope, unfold po-
per, reod, smile, cleor rhroot, ond onnounceb
Dione Solsmon ond Kevin Jocoos. Senior condi-
dote Connie Reiss hod this to soy, "lt wos good,
o lot of fun, ond very mony mixed emotions."
The donce continued on into rhe wee hours
of the night with the hoppy couples ond the
lonesome losers oll monoging to hove o good
time. Senior footboll ployer Milse Boehner
summed up the feeling of the mony portici-
sheiio Srodf Gnd
escort EUC SUWOG
ploce or the donce. The Condidotes for queen
were Connie Reiss, Susie Morrison, Bobbie Tipe
ponts. "l hod one Cexplirive deleredb of o good
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hoying someone ro rurn ro
for lunch money,"
Top-"Korhy is o reol good friend," sold iunior Dove Julion obour
Junior Korhy l-lerrensreln
Senior Volerie McDonald Crighrh ond fellow bond memoers
Lindo Sruclsmeyer, Boro Reim ond Rob Dougherry rolse ir eosy
rio - Porrners in Crime
Porrners ln Crime
l'Whor do you lilse ooour school?" Asls olmosr onyone ond
you will ger rhe some onswer rhor Sreye Wells offers: "being
oole ro see my friends."
Lindo Sruclsmeyer sold, "I won'r miss rhe school os much os oll
my friends." Commenred senior John Word, 'lir's rhe only woy
you con find our whor hoppened over rhe weekend!" Psorher
rhon o collecrion of buildings, deslss or ooolss, Fox is people of oll
lsinds - jonirors, coolss, princlpols, reochers, ond especiolly friends:
porrners in crime.
Bur whor sorr of crimes? Brendo Meier ond Norolie Fuguo senr
'lsecrer odmirer" nores ro rheir friend Lindo Sruclsmeyer. 'll vyos
worred ooour rhem," sold Lindo, Bur so were Shelley Wollser
ond Renee Russell when rhey sroyed our foo lore or on Adom
Anr concerr ond hod ro oreols inro rheir own home. l'l guess
Mom didn'r lsnow how long wed oe gone."
Nor oll crimes go underecred. Por Schouo, Roo Dougherry, Don
Blolr, Ed Slsoggs, ond Tim Sommers were coughr oy none orher
rhon Mr. Simpson while ploying ooll in Mr. MilIer's srudyholl. They
rold Mr. Simpson, "Mr, Miller lsn'r here righr now!"
Top-Tereso Niclxless, Tricio Loyd ond Aniro
Honrsclse "yuh ir up" for rhe comero
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Sweerheorrs Kim Kohls ond Bob Bolsmon pur
rheir heods rogerher ro rhlnls of eoch orher.
How do you molse o "srrong sondwich?" Pur
Jeni Morgherlo berween Dorole ond Anno
Keren BoQeNy and Rooney Lommerr heb memr Jumors Demse Lwndeli ond Trocey Under soy Ncheese "
buddy DJ Bock dress for me game
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Some of rhe more "rhoCho" meh of Fox flex rhelr
muscles ro impress our women Lefr ro rlghr ore sehuors
ljieirh Luoders, Poul Adler, ohd Lorry Elliorr
Porrhers lh Crirhe
'The besr porr of
high school is shorihg
good rirhes wirh friends."
Doug Goldorhmer is the ifl prospecr for Mr Topf'Twihs?" No. "Frler1ds?" Yes, Declsy Lipsihslsi oho Audrey Hurr
Uhuverse 1085. pose rogerher oh plcrure doy
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crowned Queen by Sruaenr name 2nd place ar rne
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Goldammer Csranaing in for Jim
Sweeneyi, iuniors Greg Carr and Joan
lr may be sbocking, bur me usual elecrriciry accompanying rne Winrer Corona'
rion seemed ro be lacking. Tne baskerball Warriors losr ro Parkway Cenrral by 111
poinrs, curbing enrnusiasm for me caronarion ceremonies afrerwara. Candidare
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recoraespinning formar. Laura Byrne came away wirlw aueen's crown, and Jim
Sweeney won rne nonors as king. As me evening came ro a close, senior Psicb
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llWe played fhe oesf we could," said pifcher
Nancy Mueller, Hour rhe cornpefifion was jusf
berferl" The Girls Sofrball sauad ended fheir '83
season wifh a o-12 record. "We had a few good
hiffers, buf our defense fared bGST,H she said.
Lefrfielder Trisha Amalong provided sfrong
defensive and hirfing power. Offensively, Though,
fhe girls' performance was nor consisfenr enough
TO capfure more vicfories. Wifh only fwo seniors,
mosr of fhe ream should rerurn nexf year TO form
a solid squad.
Wendy Boweles raises some pracrice swings as Diane Rielsen
Righf, Candy Lunsford fields a fly ball.
Girls Sofrball Tearn, Row lfMichelle I-lannicls, Tracey Palime,
Tracey Childress, Deneen Kelley, Diane Psielsen. Row 2-Karhy
Roland, Brenda Reich, Nancy Mueller, Tarnrny Wymore Row
3-Coach l-lolland, Wendy Boweles, Candy Lunsford, Virginia
Roland, Tricia Amalong, Tammy Bralse
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54 ! Soffball
'lWe won only rwo games, our were very close
ro several orhers," said Coach Seward aoour rhe
B-Team Foorball Warriors. Coach Seward cired no
oursranding players rhis season, our said, Hall 29 of
rhe players worlsed hard, Cweb would have had a
berrer record if we were larger." While rhe
squads' win-loss record is nor good, Coach Seward
said rhey bear six reams in yardage gained. The
Parlsway schools, in parricular, provided rough
comperirion, Quarreroacls Reid Harrmann remarlsed
"lr was a good experience and I hope we
improve nexr year."
"The rwa-a-day pracrices were
lxillersl" said sophomore Guy
B-Team Foorball, Row 1-T Varga, T. Summers, T Earll, S. Sl-zaggs,
C. McClure, J Joplin, G Gasrriech Row 2-J. Taylor, 6.
Zimmermann, L Warren, G. McCarrhy, Nl. Aboussie, B Jaclsson, P
Marrin, D. Spangler. Row C3-K Wilson, S Schardan, C I-lric, I4.
Swarr, R. Burler, ll Harrmann, B. Pererson, D Clines Row 444
Wairz, L Terry, J McCulley, N Orphan, J Jobsr, px Allen, W.
Dieclsmann. Row 5-Coaches Bowers, Seward, Sears, and Paulsen.
, B-Foorball - 55
The 1988 varsiry football Warriors gave rheir fans
somerhing TO cheer abour,
Since joining rhe Suburban Wesr Conference four
years earlier, rhe Warriors faced their roughesr
comperirion in foorball hisrory. Bur rhings began TO
change rhis season. The Warriors finished wirh a 7-8
record and a 512 record in rhe conference, good
enough for second place,
The campaign began on a down nore, as rhe
Warriors looked lisrless in losing TO Vianney. Jusr as ir
appeared ir was going ro be anorher long aurumn
rhe team ripped off convincing vicrories over Oakville,
Sr. Mary's, and Mehlville before a frusrrafing loss ro
Parkway West. The ream rebounded though, and
earned hard foughr vicrories over Lafayerre and
Lindbergh, buf rhen losr a hearrbreaker TO Kirkwood
which cosr rhem rhe conference championship. ln rhe
end, rhe ream finished srrong wirh rriumphs over
Parkway Cenrral and Norfhwesr.
The ballclub iusr missed qualifying as rhe firsr feam
in rhe school's hlsrory TO go ro rhe srare playoffs, and
wifh rhe ralenr Coach Kappler and his sraff had ro
pick from if was no wonder why. On offense,
quarrerback Ryan Lewis srood ar rhe helm wirh such
players as rhe Gongloff brorhers, and srars like
running back Jim Sweeney and righr end John
Palmer. An offensive line, led by B. J. Bock, Kirk
Westmoreland and Dale James, blossomed info a
solid effecrive unir.
On defense, rhe big srrengrh came along rhe
young fronr line. Kevin Whife, Wade Lawrence and
Mike Wolff performed splendidly all year long and
Kevin Jacobs became a leader of field also did rheir
party by playing consisrenr, sready foorball all year
y lr was cerrainly a successful season for rhe
Warriors, one fhaf will long remain in rhe minds of all
S so M vorsiry Foorboii
Top-Senior quarrerback Ryan
Lewis gives rhe play as rhe
offense gers ready ro go
head ro head.
explodes off rhe line of
l3orromfSenior Jerry Thomas
chases down rhe Lafayerre
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Senior Dale James said,
'The lsey ro rhe Varsiry
reams success was rhe
unify berween linemen
and boclss "
Row 1-R, Martin, S. Nelson, M Boehner, J. Sweeney, D, James,
K Jacobs, lk. Lewis, R Eisenbeis, J. Gangloff. Row 2-J. Gangloff
J Glass, J Thomas, S Whire, DJ. Docls, K. Wesrmareland, D.
Pruirr, L. Elliorr, D Goldammer Row 3-R. Wells, T. Varga, M.
Webb, P. Skaggs, J. Ward, S Langlier, T Mann, J Maddox, C.
Dawidowslsi, G. Davis. Row 4-K. Wilson, K. Luoders,,D. Declue,
T. Bauer, S Smallwood, D. Webb, P. Denman, J. Srnirh, J.
Hawlsins. Row 5-J. Moore, D Manis, S. Lauders, L. Deane, M.
Wolff, P. Zerillo, S. Whire, K. Arnold, B. Luaders, W. Lawrence.
Row 6-Coach Kappler, S. Hulen, J. Palmer, K. Whire, Coach
Sheldon, Coach Duniphon.
Kirls Wesrrnoreland and Dave Pruirr lead rhe Warriors our of
rhe hudclle, V .
The vorsiry soccer sguod didn'r hove rhe besr of
yeors in 1983, bur ir moy rurn our ro be o blessing in
The Worriors srruggled ro o of14eC3 record in only
rheir fourrh yeor. One focror vvos inexperienceg rhis
reom hod only five seniors, so o lor of younger
members gor rheir feer wer,
The seoson ended when rhe reom losr ro Doyless
in rhe second round of disrricrs, bur rhey did occome
plish o noroble feor. They coprured rhe consolorion
chompionship of rhe Lindbergh-Wenrzville Tourno-
menr, rhe firsr vorsiry soccer rrophy ever or Fox.
Worrior defense vvos rhe reom's srrengrh, vvirh
Terry Sr. John ond Bob Surfer providing good de-
The B-ieom continued rheir building process wirh o
O7-8 record in rheir rhird yeor, Cooch Primm soidy
"we ore conrinuing ro build consisrency in our pro-
grom. We ore gerring more guys from Qrh ond lOrh
grodes Cro loinlf' Alrhough ir vvos opporenr rhor
mony ployers locked experience before joining rhe
squod, progress vvos ochieved os rhe seoson pro
gressed. HA lor of ployers hod o greor desire ro ploy,"
remorlsed Cooch Primm, Cooches Anselm ond Primm
feel rhor rhey hove rhe nucleus for ci good club.
58 e Vorsiry Soccer
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Top V "The cooch reolly drives us ond I rhinls ir helps o lor," sold lunior Ken Kleisschrodr
"A reom concepr vvos olwoys srressedf' sold senior Ron Tefr
Boys V Soccer, Row 1-S Senger, M Cools, D Schofer, C Scorr ll Terfr S Porrs L Pounds M Hurchinson S
Hunrer, lk Pieising, D. Pioberrs Row 2-Cooch Anselm, K Kleinschrodr Nl l-lorvey D Slore J Be-nnerr B Surrer
Czoplo, B Porrell, T, Sr John, J McKenzie, D, Willioms, Cmonogerb Coach Primm
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The girls cross counrry runners hod on
oursronding seoson rhis roll. There were rnony
new girls our for rhe reorn who hod never run
seriously before, ond by rhe end of rhe seoson
rhey were competing very well. The rhree reom
leoders rhis yeor were Louro Byrne, Angie
Keoring, ond Corhy l-lerrensrein, These rhree
ploced in rhe Srore meer. Cooch Werner wos
pleosed wirh rhe reom's perforrnonce, ond soid,
'Overoll ir wos rhe besr seoson for rhe reorn yer.
lr wos the firsr yeor rnore rhon one girl mode ir ro
60 - Girls Cross Counrry 6 Trocl.:
The BOO merer reloy
reorn Liso Lerogin, Down
Sevier ond Pom Keoring
wolls ro cool down offer
Junior Korhy Herrensrein
goes oil our for srore
Girls Cross Counrry, Row
1fNoncy Brenls, Krm Rodle,
Kelly Eubonlss, Jenny
Dore, Troci Diernnon Row
2-Down Sevier, Pom
Gloizier, Louro Byrne,
Corhy l-lerrensrein, Angie
Keoring, Corhy Crurchley,
Row 3-Declan Dierzler,
Tornrni Declsernon, Debi
Dude, Kelly Cox, Cooch
Girls Troclw, Row 1-Viclsi
l-liclss, Rhondo l-lornpron,
Anno Hudsperh, Dione
Solsrnon, Brendo Meier,
Norolie Fuguo, Louro
Byrne, Kelly Cox, Sue,
Arnold, Trocey Dierfnon,
Korhy Ernling, Porn
Keoring, LoDonno Becker,
Andrea Morgon, Rose
Byrne, Row 2-Arny
Srondfill, Liso Lorigon,
Wendy Lowrence, Kim
Leonord, Suson Buxron,
Cindy Weel-ze, Deonno
Weil, Volerie Homilron,
Becky Axley, Debbie
Dolde, Angie Keczring.
Row 8-Cooch Doclsery,
Coach Werner, Cooch
Tolsoch, Brion Bosrrom
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The girl rroclssrers hod o lor ro feel good
obour offer rhe '84 seoson ended. They senr
rwo reloy reoms ond rwo individuol runners ro
Srore where they fored well: rhe Qemile reloy
ploced 7rh in srore ond borh reoms ser school
records, Kelly Cox ploced fifrh in rhe high jump
'lWe hod more girls our for rhe reom rhls
yeor rhon ever before The young girls did
surprisingly well, especiolly since rhey hod ro
compere ogoinsr more experienced juniors ond
seniors," soicl Gooch Doclsery. Louro Byrne,
who holds rhe school record for rhe 800
merer, won o scholorship for her obiliries, os did
Angie Keoring roises o gizmpse of rhe comoerifon while
helping o reommore srrerch
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Righr, Lcuro Byrne worms up before her rurn or rhe rrocls Coach Werner gives odyice ro
orher rrocla members
Girls Cross Counrry G Trocla W ol
The Boys Trocls reom hod rheir oesr seoson ever
rhis yeor. They hod one reloy reorn quolify for
secrionols ond rhey senr rwo people ro Srore,
Brion Piodle won the rnile wirh o nevv srore
record, ond Kevin Whire, rhe firsr from Fox ro go
ro Store for rhe discus meer, foired very we-ll.
Cooch Broudricls soid, "rhe reorn did very well rhis
yeor oecouse we hod fine leodership from our
Moria Hern worlxs on passing his Mehlville opponenr during
o reloy roce.
Above, Torn Kirisiey fries ro berrer his posirion during o rhree mile cross counrry roce
Righr, Junior Kevin Whire concenrrores on rhe discus rhrow
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ln 1988 the name Brian Radle became E
synonymous with the Cross Country program. And
after seeing his accomplishments, no one wonders
why. Weele after week, meet after meet, Rodle
lsept raclsing up victories. When the state meet
rolled around in early November, the senior was
But alas, the store championship was not in the
offering, Radle had to settle for second that day,
Even though Radle wos the "stor," he certainly
wasn't the only runner that made a contribution
to the squad, which Coach White said was the
best team in the history of cross country here at
Fox. Other runners who qualified for state were
Steve McFadden, Stacey Wetland, Jeff Henderson,
Tom Kirlsley and Jeff Boyd.
All of the runners involved in the '85 season
lsept moving, and Coach White feels that next
year's program could be the best yet.
Adom Miller fights far O good position during stare sectionals at
Hazelwood Stacey Wetland and freshman Steve McFadden
compete for team title at the secttonols
Boys Cross Country, Raw 1-Brian Radle, Eric Sissel, Tom Kirlsley, Jacls Boyd, Steve McFadden,
Stacey Wetland. Row 2-Joe Sousan, Brion Bosrrum, Wade Altmon, Adam Millet, Tim Helvey.
Row 3-Coach White, Ron Hoell4er, Kevin Goloyda, Steve Money, Ken Fedals, Mark Hern
Boys Tracls, letter FfKevin White, John Polmer, Jerome Hawlsins, Scott Smallwood, Terry St,
John, Kirls Arnold, A, J. Phillips, Joe Checlsitt, Scott Weber, Randy Riclserman, John McCulley
Letter O CCounterclocl4wise from frontl-Steve White, Scott Carey, Eddie Kline, Carlos Lino, Jeff
Joost, Matt Forbis, Stacy Wetland, Brion Radle, Dave Devedyt, Kevin Sigman, Marla Weevil,
Moria Hern, Jeff Raider, Mike Fischer, Phil Zerillo, Doug Goldommer, Letter X4Willie Kramer,
Perry Denman, John Kirlsley, Maris Hern, Coach Draudrtcls, Coach White, Coach Heinemann,
Kelly Kenser, Tim Martinez, Tom Kirlsley, Tom Aubuchon.
Doys Cross Country 6 Tracls - O3
Somebody forgot to tell the Fox Warriors varsity
wrestling squad that this year was supposed to be
a rebuilding season,
When the season began, many felt that Coach
Hopson had a team with much talent but too little
experience. They pointed out that only two
seniors, Mickey Wright and Jim Sweeney, had
their names on the roster. lt looked like a down
year for the Warrior matmen.
lnstead, the younger guys pulled together and
surprised everyone with and 8-2 duel meet mark.
Other accomplishments included placing third in
their own touranment and fourth in a tourney at
Vianney. But the biggest shock came when the
team finished sixth in the entire state. That's right,
a team expected to be in a condition of
restructuring, became one the premier squads in
Those qualifying for that state meet in Columbia
certainly did themselves proud. Their names, with
weight in parenthesis, are Stacy Weiland 61265,
Wright 61265, Craig Kinder 61825, Kenny Vogel
61885, Sweeney 61455, Troy Mann 61555, Jerry
Eaten 61675, Dave Julian 61755 and Randy Lowry
6heavyweight5. Weiland wound up taking sixth at
the tournament while Wright took third and
compiled a 88-1 record with his only loss being at
state. Sweeney's final mark stood at 26-8 and he
performed well enough to take second in
So in the end, a team that all the experts felt
was in a state of change turned in one of the
finer performances in the history of the school,
And with the rich wrestling tradition that Fox has,
that is a fine accomplishment. Coach Hopson has
already said that since so much of the team is
returning for next season, the squad should be
stronger than ever.
64 - Wrestling
Coach Hopson works on
Mickey Wright's eye
"Next year we should be
stronger than ever," said
Randy Lowry is in the
heat of battle during
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Varsity Wrestling, Row 1-
Jim Sweeney, Ken Vogl,
Craig Kinder, Mickey
Wright, Steve Hunter,
Stacy Weiland, Bill Meyer
Row 2-Steve McCord,
Randy Lowry, Don
Skaggs, Dave Julian, Jerry
Eaton, Troy Mann, Coach
Top-"I was really happy with rhe way rhe team
performed rhis year," sand Coach Hopson.
B-Team Wresrling, Row 1-Frank Bono, John Harr,
Bob Toohey, Dan Thomas, Bob Meyer, Randy
Davidson, Tim Marrin, Richard Dodge, Dob Golden,
Andy King, Row 2-Mark Sieyers, Bredx Washom,
Larry Pounds, Scorr Loaders, Dowd Manrs, Mark
Webb, Dole Sponglee, Dave Reproghe, Bob Jedslin,
"AImosr anyrhnng can happen while youre on rhe
mar, you jusr shoor IO and hope," sand Mrclsey
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Semor Dove Deveydr ond Paul I-ieommg WOIV for 0 rebound Paul Keoring druves rhe boselm
me ogoimsr Kirkwood durmg
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orsiry Doslserboll, Row 1-Scorr Srnollvvood, Ken Jordon, Poul lseoring, Dove Monrgornery, Rondy Knese, Greg Con
Rovv 2fC5reg Weorherford, Dove Podgornils, Milse Miller, Rich Morhevvs, Dove Deveydr, Bob Anderson, Tinn
Broclshous, Bob Surrer, Curr Therford.
Six seconds ro gol Monrgomery drives, goes up.
Feeds ir down lovv ro Deveydr. He sloms ir! The
buzzer sounds ond rhe Worriors win o rhriller
Thus ended rhe losr of rhe 198884 edirion of
rhe Fox Worriors vorsiry boslserboll squod, They
vvenr ogoinsr DeSoro in rhe firsr round of disrricr
cornperirion by o 5250 counr. Unforrunorely, rhe
Worriors losr rhe nexr nighr ro Silsesron in rhe
disrricr finols or Populor Bluff. The finol score vvos
61-54, ond ir lseor rhe reorn from rnolsing rhe srore
Sriil, rhor DeSoro conresr rypified rhe Isind of
exciremenr rhe reorn gove us rhis seoson,
No morrer vvho rhe opponenr, o Worrior fon
vvos cerroin ro go rhrough his shore of excired
rushes ond lulls Cups ond downs? before rhe
bollgome vvos over.
Who con forger some of rhe greor gomes,
Remember when Poul Keoring scored 31 ooinrs in
rhe finols of rhe Hillsboro Tournornenr ro give Fox
rhe chornoionshio over rhe hosr reonn? How obour
when Ken Jordon ond Rich Morhevvs gor inro rhe
srorring lineup ond rhe reom roced ro rne
consolorion chompionship in rhe rough Merornec
Chrisrrnos Tourney? Who con forger Dove
Monrgornerys loyup or rhe buzzer ro beor
Ool-:ville by one Poinr?
Dove DeVeydr, big oo" cenrer, oloyed
consisrenrly well every nighr lseoring, TNG lirrle
guord C5'o"D ron rhe fosr breoles And of course
Cooch Wrighr gor everyrhing up from his seor
olong rhe bench
The Worrios finished rheir seoson vvirh o 1711
record, ond 844 in rhe rough Suburbon Wesr
Conference, o fifrh ploce finish in rhor leogue.
Along rhe vvoy, rhe reorn husrled ond gove
everyone rheir rnoney's worrh of Worrior
Vorsiry Boslferboli -
"ir fools rhis group over holf rhe seoson ro come
rogerher os o reomf' soid Cooch Hubbord of rhe B-
Bosleerooll squod. "Ir's difficulr for sophomores since
rhey come from rhree differenr junior highs ond hove
rhree differenr coochesf'
The boys sguod foced rough comperirors like
Poriswoy Wesr C"rhey were o good shooring reom
rhor showed discipline ond poise"D ond won few of
their rnorches, Once rhe squod did come rogerher
rhey won six of their iosr seven gomes. "Hopefully
rhey Ieorned enough ooour eoch orher ro help rhe
vorsiry progrom in the next rwo yeorsf' soid Cooch
O8 - Boys D-Doskerboll
ro olocls his opponenrs
from rerrieving rhe
Worriors go for rwo
"The whole conference" was Coach
l3rocI4man's answer when asked who rhe
roughesr comperirors were rhis season for rhe
Warriors golf ream, The ream fared poorly, raising
only rwo wins and rhirreen losses. Coach
Broclsman cired Scorf Romero and Tim Boswell as
rhe oerrer performers of rhe '83 squad,
Senior Dana Leary shows her parring slsills.
Below lefr - "Golf isn'r like orher sporrs, Golf gives me rhe
chance ro compere againsr orhers and relax ar rhe some
rime," said iunior Joan O'Connor
Golf Team-Con posrsb, Joan C7'Connor, Caoch Broclsman,
Dana Leary Sranding, Jeff Lomorre Tim Boswell, Joe
Sousan, Sreve Underhill, Ralph Clemenrs, Sieve Mueller,
Scorr Romero, Tom Czapla, Sean Halen, John Schuh
Golf - 69
l'There was a lor of improvemenr rhis year,"
said one of fhe girls Varsiry Baslaerball squad
members, and Coach Hodge agrees. He com-
mented, "we ran off vvirh six vvins in a row.
They never gave upff The girls finished fheir
'88 season vvirh a a 8-18 record, and placed
fifrh our of eighr in conference. This is rheir besr
record since 1980, and several members of rhe
squad placed in all-conference records. The
Warriors faced rough compefirors lilse Lind-
bergh Cfinishing 2nd in Srareb and Fesrus CDisfricr
winnerb, and came vvirhin one poinr and one
second of gerring inro disrricr finals.
The girls B-Daslsefball ream finished rheir '68
season wirh a Q-7 record. Coach Maxson de-
scribed rhe ream as 'lrighr in rhe middle" on
borh defense and offense and said, "rhey wer-
en'f necessarily very good or bad."
70 Girls Daslserball
Beclseman drives rhe
line againsf Parkway
"I like Daslserball because rhe
comperirion is so rough ir's a real
challenge," said Jill Sullinsr
Girls D-Team Daslserball, Raw 1-
Angie Keating, Tracy ChHders, Jill
Sullins, Michelle Penrod, Karen
Brewer, Jenny Doerr. Row 2-
Dawn Kley, Tami Beclseman,
Debbie Hummel, Mary Prircherr,
Michelle Reed, Carhy Farrar.
beginning of rne gorne
Srrooser, Peggy Powell, Crlsry Johnson, Coocn Hodge
Sensor Sue Arnold goes up ogolnsr Porlxwgy Wear or rne
'Snoollng from rlne ourslde corner lS my besr snorf' sold Senlor Connie Forror
Girls Vorsiry Boslserboll - Terr: Wllluorns, Connie Forror, Klm Foch, Paulo Boswell, Terry
Too shorr, roo shorrl Thor's vvhor oll rhe experrs
were soying obour rhe Vorsiry Volleyboll souod.
Whos going ro ger up rhere ro spilse ir? l-low ore
you going ro lseep rhe orher reom from orroclsing
rhe ner roo much? Even Cooch Drury hod ro odmir
rhor rhe shorrness vvos o bir or o problem vvirh o
reom rhor didn'r hove o ployer over 5'8"
If rhis reom wos hindered by shorrness, rhey
musr hove mode up for ir in somerhing else, Dy
rhe rime rhe seoson come ro o close in eorly
November, rheir record srood or on impressive 23-
3. Weels ofrer weels rhe vicrories lsepr rolling in.
The Worriors clinched o leogue chompionship in
rhe Suburbon Wesr Conference ond rhen were
oble ro win disrricr chompionship. Wirh cinderello
rhoughrs of o srore chompionship running through
rheir heods, rhe seoson vvound up wirh o heorr-
breolsing loss ro Sr. Chorles in secrionol ploy
Off rhe courr, severol reom members received
posreseoson honors. Seniors Sue Arnold ond Terry
Willioms borh hod rheir nome on conference firsre
reom while Junior Anno Hudsperh vvos ovvorded
honoroble menrion, Orher srondours were seniors
Liso Porje, Brendo Meyer, Dono Leory ond Joclsie
Sorlsis ond junior Jill Corroor.
The 1988 Volleyboll souod moy hove been
shorr in srorure, bur in rhe finol vvineloss record rhey
srond very roll,
Top The Vorsiry Volleyboll reom lers our o hoop ofrer raising
firsr or o Lodue rournomenr
Cenrer-Sue Arnold reoches up ro blocls her opponenr Junior
Anno Hudsperh sronds reody ro procrice her spilsing rechnioues
Vorsiry Volleyboll, Row i-Shelley Porl-zer, Susie Johnson, Denise
Moll, Anno I-ludsperh, Terri Wiliioms, Jocl-zie Sorlris, Liso Porie
Row 2' Cooch Drury, Dono Leory, Michelle Declser, Jill Corroor,
Drendo Meier, Sue Arnold, Joon O'Connor
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Connie Diamond says "I love Volleyball, we had a good season rhis year!"
B-Team Volleyball, Plow 1-Tammy Linder, Teresa Chapman, Karen Brewer CCaprainD,
Michelle Penrocl, Missy Beauchamp, Deanna Weil, Sherry Parker, Row 2-Karie McKee
Lori Esrepp, Connie Diamond, Rhonda Hampton, Peggy Powell, Judy Yeager, Bennie
Diamond, Coach Tokoch.
B Volleyball - 73
Liso Pohre Sheri McClellond Debbie Musielols Bobbie Tipron Tommy Picho Amy Shelby Crisry Johnson Pom
Vorsiry Soccer-Virginio Rolond, Trocy Pollme, Michelle White, Korhy Rolond, Sondy Dillord, Kim Chopmon, Kim Foch
Since the girls Soccer progrom wos srorred
Or Fox rhree yeors ogo, wins hove been
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seemed or rimes os if o vicrory couldn'r be
boughr. Two wins in o yeor wos considered
on occomplished feor.
,Bur rhings srorred ro chonge rhis seoson.
While srill nor overpowering, rhe lodies fools
ci srep in rhe righr direcrion wirh o 4-10-1
The compoign srorred off iusr like rhe
orhersq long ond frusrroring. The losses oiled
up, mony by o single gool. By seoson's end,
however, mony gomes were turned oround
ond rhe reom goined respecrobiliry. Juniors
Debbie Musielols ond Chrisry Johnson
provided mosr of rhe scoring punch. Wirh
five seniors leoving, Cooch Moxson hos o
soid nucleus for rhe nexr seoson.
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B-Teom Soccer, Row 1-Heorher Srephens, Rosie Srrong, Tomi Beclsemon, Sondy Moll, Trocy Childers, Sherry
Kerrlelsomp, Corhy Surfer, Volerie Forbis, Noncy Groy, Debbie Horinogel. Row 2-Monoger Denise Horrnogel, Drondy
Briggs, Amy Tipron, Srocy Krorlse, Parry Williams, Kelly Berry, Erin Allen, Down Puzzo, Kelley Anderson, Sherri
Robinson, Shellie Reese, Cooch Drengle
Inrronwrors were srorred rnis yeor for srudenrs
who wonred rne cnonce ro porricipore in sporrs
buf were unoore ro ploy on the scnoor reoms.
Acriviries offered induded Toble Tennis, Archery,
Volleyooll, oil which were coed, ond Boys
boslserboll. Mony srudenrs enjoyed rne rnrrornurol
ocriviries, ond rne PE. deporrmenr oions ro sponsor
rnese groups ogoin nexr yeor,
Corny Forror enrered rrre orcnery meer 'becoose rr wos c ror
of fun in P E Cross "
Brenr Coke worrs for rne rerurn dorrng 0 roole rennis rnorcn
Jrrn Sweeney enjoyed rne rnrronfwrol ocrrynrres oecouse Wt wos
-me V'-' ' nrce ro porrropore rn co-eo sporrsY"
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All in all, rhe Fox Warriors varsiry baseball squad had a year rhey
could be proud of. Unforrunarely, rheir season ended a lirrle earlier
rhan rhey would of liked,
The Warriors wound up rhe season wirh a 1547 mark and a Q-5
record in rhe Suburban Wesr Conference, which was good enough ro
give rhe Warriors rheir firsr conference championship since joining rhe
league four years earlier, Bur rhey closed our rhe year when rhey losr
ro one of rheir arch-rivals, rhe Norrhwesr Lions, in rhe second round of
Missouri Disreric iii comperirion ar Desoro by a score of 8-2. Wirh rhar
loss all dreams of a possible srare championship, Cwhich would have
been rhe rhird in rhe schools hisraryD wenr up in smoke,
Srill, rhere were several srandours for rhe Warriors on rhe diamond.
Mike Miller pirched aursranding ball, as evidenced by his 5-O record. He
received help from Dave Monrgomery and John Gangloff, who spenr
rhe resr of his rime ar rhird base. Kevin Eberhardr was srarioned ar
second and was perhaps rhe clubs besr hirrer by years end. Carcher
BJ. Bock shook off a mid-season slump and rurned in a srrong season.
In rhe ourfield, rhe Warriors gor a lor of spark from rhe orher half of
rhe Gangloff rwins, Jim, who performed in lefr field. Sreve Lararra kepr
up his cusromary good defense in cenrer and became a rough our
and power hirrer ar rhe plare. Randy Lowry, Terry Gibbar and Mike
Boehner all came off rhe bench ro rurn in good showings.
Wirh previous srare championships in 1978 and 75, coach Wrighr
would have surely liked ro have looked back on anorher one earned
in 1984 Excepr for an upser loss ro Narrhwesr, ir may have happened,
Bur he and rhe resr of rhe club can look back on rhe season wirh
John Gangloff, a
rhree-year srarrer for
rhe varsiry squad,
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Varsiry Baseball Row 1-Rodney Mullins, Kevin Eberhardr, Jim Gangloff, Mike Boehner, Terry Gibbar, Dave
Monrgornery, Glreg Carr, Glen Narions, Randy Knese, Sreve Lararra, Curr Therford. Row 2-Coach Wrighr, Kyle
Wilson, Ken Jordan, Tom Gabberr, Mike Harvey, Randy Lowry. BOYD SUTTQV. Mllfe MQJYOO, Ryan LGWIS. SCOTY ,
Johnson, Brian Beck, John Gangloff, Coach Kappler
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finished 6-124, buf we nad a good mme."
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Kevln Ebernardr nolcls his swung for rne perfecr plrcn.
B Baseball, Row 1-llusry Burler, Bob Spangler, Tim Kos, Brian
Voss, Brlan Pererson, Blll Cole Row 2-Coach Sears, Kenny
Fedaly Tom Summers, Loren Sruclsmeyer, Kregg Kraus, Jay
Domel-Q, Kenr Swarr, Tim Freiner
Baseball - 77
Vorsfry Soccer, Row 1-Mellndo Mueller. Row 2-Joclsie Croig, Denise
Sollers, Kim Jones. Row 3-Srocey Hill, Tino Nichols, Donno Checlsirr.
B-Teom Soccer, Row 1-Susie Norris. Row 2-Gino Gibbor. Row 3-
Srephonie Norris, Sherry Buchheir, Pom Nelson.
Vorsfry Foorboll, Row 1-Renee Russell, Sherry Jusr, Karen Klernperr,
Kelli Reese. Row Q-Cyndi Jerger, Dionne Solsrnon, Gino Johnson,
Tommy Collohon, Eloine Eller.
D-Team Basl1erbolL Row lfloby Drennen, Kim Boyer, Row 2-Tioh
78 - Cheerleoders
Tyler, Poulo Rose, Amy Shelby.
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Vorsffy Wresrmg, Row 1-Chew! Mossmg,
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Checkirr, Demise Mort
One ofren wonders where rhe ocrion reolly is, rhe ploying field or rhe sidelines. Afrer
oll, rhere ore other reoms performing besides rhe moin orrrocrion, ond rhey ore oll doing
ir for the specroror. Ler's delve info rhe minds of rhe people who molse sporr worrh
Even rhe moin orrrocrion, rhe ployers, spend some rime worching rhe gome omong
orher rhings. In focr, benchwormer ond foorboll ployer Sreve Nelson soys, l'The only
exciremenr l gor ploying foorboll wos wofching cheerleoders from behind while sirring
on rhe bench." Mony orhleres hove probobly hod derriers os rhe sole inspirorion for
porriciporing in orgonized orhlerics.
Speolsing of inspirorion, whor obour rhe much moligned cheerleoding sguod leoving
rhe cold ond roin while frying ro cheer up o rhunderous group of people. CAre
cheerleoders o reincornorion of posrmen?D lr rolses o cheery personoliry ro do rhis job
ond ir seems Srocey Hill Cever rhe cheerleoderb meers rhese reguiremenrs by her
sroremenr, Ulloh roh sis boom bohf' Ar leosr ir wos done for o worrhwhile couse rhis
yeor, winning seoson.
Now rhor we've seen whor's on our cheerleoders minds, ler's find our whor goes
through rhe minds of pom pon girls os rhey perform, Uppermosr on Liso Srerling's mind is,
"l con'r woir 'ril rhis gome is over so l con ger our of rhis dumb uniform." Shelley Powell G
Lorri Morhews ogreed rhor rhey hored 'iloolsing lilse o perlsing up princess." Neverrheless
rhey do seem ro smile o lor.
Also performing or holfrime is o bond of insrrumenr ployers, Bond members cope wirh
phobies obour rubos folling over rheir heod or rrombones sliding lnro rhe bocls of rheir
heod. l.oDonno Beclser ofren worries obour, "rhe foor folling off my fluref' Sounds lilse ir
could be o condidore for on ompurorion.
Whor obour rhof wonderful breed of mon, rhe specroror. They ore ofren oble ro
come up wirh good suggesrions such os Srocy Weilond's, 'iWe need osrrorurf os rhor
Lindbergh's cheerleoders won'r groze or holfrimef' Some find orher reosons for coming
ro the gome. One con ofren heor Bobbie Tipron soying, 'Thor guy over rhere is cure."
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lkighr, Donno Checlsirr, Desiree Driver ond Melisso lssocs cheer on rhe Worrior wresrlers
Top phoro-'il reolly enjoyed being o moscor, ir wos o greor woy ro show school spirirf' soid senior Bob Toohey
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Lefr-"Poms nos been 0 greor experrence and 0 hor of fun," send senror Pxeneo Dwyer
Beiowfxi enjoy gerrrng rogerner wrrr my frre-nos ond gerrrng rowdy," exdorrned Rrcky
HI ioye gorng ro 0 Dosebcdl gonne wnerner we wan or lose," send sopnornore Mrke
Surnprer Here Mrlfe, Doug Goidornnner ond Teresa Byrd enrer Duscn Srodwrn ro
worcn rne WOVVIOV Boseboll reorn prey Lindbergh
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town the girIs meet at Iuiie Lambert's position at a iarge hotei, First of two
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Quincy and Emiiy try to determine
whether a young woman was mur-
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FHA Presrdemr Lourd Kesrermorwr rwores
rhor rhe orgorwizdriorw sold cdrwdy,
Cookbooks, sruffed dmmdls ond Jewevy
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chdrrroole ond sooo! ocrwxrues Ar lefr
Lduro ond Jolme Dovzs owoir Cusrorrwers
Cemrer phorofMissy Moore ond Tereso
Nrddess ger reody ro serve refresrwrrwerwrs
or rhe NHS umducrion ceremomes,
Dons Mr BoHord Mrs Bomord Mrs, Berryman
Mr Dwshop Mrs Dowfrvdrw Mr Droudrmds Mr DrozeoN Mrs Brerwgie Miss Brrdges
Dedsxors - 85
Spanish Ciubrronr rowffkudrey Hurr, Trocy Johnson, Srocy Johnson, June Perero,
Tonyo Foresrer, Srioron Long,
Qnd rowiiory Cross, Joda Boyd, Micneiie Amsier, Angie Cosn, Denise Soliers, Rondo
Wilson, Liso Pfirzinger.
boclr row-Scorr Luoders, SCOTF Meodows, Tricio Loyd, Virginia Rolond, Desiree Driver
Moc McKee, Mrs Kozien, Mrs Boiis,
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Birisner, Doug Golden, Micrioel Poinrer, Horny Tripp,
Mory Prircnerr. Nor picrured Chris Pieifsdwneider.
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FHAfronr rowfhris Suddurh, Cindy
Arlsins, Jodi DeLone, julie Davis,
DeOnno Robinson, Kaye Frenzei,
Donno Moddox, Sheiiy Kirlsporrick.
2nd row-Sandy Moser, Terry Deon,
Riro Barron, Kris Boesing, Sherry
McCormick, Chris Ciork, Mrs. Thou-
book row-Michele Roed. Jim Wifed,
Shown Burg-on, Angie Volner,
Tornnniy Johnson, Pom Arlsins,
NH5ironr row-Greg Weorhenord, Joe Consigiio, Miss Moore, Chris Dicieel, Tim Broun
2nd row Kenny Vogel Por Schoub Vince Degore, Sreve Money, Karen Klos, Audrey Hun, Mrs. Boiis, Tim Sommers
Grd row-Shoron Hatcher, Mory Simmons, Tricio Loyd, Lindo Sruclsmeyer, Tereso Nickless
bocis row Mrs Gorrer Barbie Srrong, Denise Soiiers, Ario Gyicirr, Liso Dierrich, Curris Therford, Dove Monis,
Ar len, Tirn Bouer, Scorr Loaders, Robert Srucismeyer, ond Mike Horrns,
Deiis Cos 1 87
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The hardesr parr of puffing a yearbools rogerher is 'lpleasing
Miss Lirrlel" comrnenrs Kelly Cox as she worlxs wirh Doug
Goldarnrner on layaurs,
Cenrer phoro-Nexr ro singing, Terry Lesrer enjoys "being a
spaz" wirh Arlo and Connie!
Reflecring on rheir
performances in 1084, Karla
De Narale said "we have an
excellenr squad rhis year "
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Mr, Drodsman Mr. Durler Ms. Campbell Mrs, Cayse Mr, Chrisr Mrs, Cobb
Miss Cobb Mr. Coolfson Miss Daniels Mr Danlsel Mr. Doclsery Mrs. Domian
DY- Drdo Mrs, DVUVY Mr. Duniphan Mrs. Farrell Mr, Frasure Miss Ganr
MVS Gorrerr Mr Gilmore Mrs Glore Mr Greaney Mrs Gaffey Ms Heavey
Decisions - 89
Wcefronr row Lisa Ennis, Cindy Fischer,
Teresa Black, Debbie Drown, Gino Johnson,
Wendy Miller, Sandy Goosey, Donerre
Vanmerer, Terry McBride, Cindy lssacs
2nd rowfCindy Arlfins, Farra Corciinale,
Tammy Winrers, Cindy Morler, Robin
Krerzer, Michelle Colernan, Karhy O'Brien,
Carolyn Sluyrer, Kevin Jacobs, Jeff Fischer,
Don Mobley, John Zuener, Craig Cwilflowsls'
Grd row-Carla 4Cullurn3 Lee, Dawn Cloninger,
Dawn 4EosiD Cheororn, Dawn Grosshom,
Rodger Courrway, Bill Mills, Terry Rodlse
4rh row4Mary Muelhauser, Paulo Jansen,
Tommy George, DJ Dock, Judy Prasznic,
Kim Loch, Sharon Becher, Kelly King,
Rodney G'Sell, Terry Gibbar, Roberr Tullocls,
5rh row-Terry Francis, Mr. Whirrenberg,
Moria Pedrerri, Milxe Fey, Barry Meyer,
Donna Reed, Kim Collier, Bob Mahoney,
Gronr Janson, Brion Quinn, Larry
orh row-Michelle McGraw, Kelly O'l-laro,
Morls E-lurchison, Jeff Land, Sreye Grorhe, Bill
Denman, Lisa Morschel, Leigh Waiies, Dove
Reece, Ron Lemmons,
7rh row-Tammy Edwards, Tammy Morley,
Dawn Gibbs, Darlene Hursell, Tony Monria,
Tony Zairz, John Kirners, Elizaberh Hudson,
Penny Douge, Tom Weber, Rick Jenson, Doo
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Fronr Rowe Carmen Srefano, Targa Foresier, Denise Dennnon, Audrey l-lurr, Shelley Powell, Chrisry Poe, Lisa
Qnd Row-Laura Weorherford, Jennifer Toliaierro, Kathy l-iolslsenbecli, Lisa Srerllng, Mario Tricomo, Janer Craig
Page Kowalski, Susan Carrer.
Grd l1owACindy Fkineharr, Karla Deliioiale, Jeni Margneria, Karen Flaharr, Lorri Morhews, Kirn Smirh, Kim Huirr,
Arh Row Srephonie Newman, Rurh Simpson Reneo Dwyer, Joan O'Connor Nancy Perkins, Leah Sirnp n,
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Lynn Elgin, Annie Mooley.
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Concerr Chofrelfranr- Virginia Roiand,
Sherri Corhern, Danna Anderson,
Connie Reiss, Missy Moore, Terry
Lesrer, Dan Tharna, Jae Cansiglio,
2nd rowv Kris Thomale, Tricia Loyd,
Karhy Roland, Lisa Polere, Karen
Klos, Andre Glaser, Ed Skaggs, Mark
Bra raw- Michelle Riley, Chris Biclsei,
Dawn Fehr, Anna l-ludsperh, Roger
Wells, Arlo Oviarr, Bob London, Tim
Bedwell, Doug Roach.
Arh row- Eva Lagage, Teresa
Niclsless, Jofel Cross, Damon Tally,
Miise Poinrer, Ron Tefr, Scorr Barger,
5rh raw- Elaine Long, Kim Orphan,
Michelle Lear, B, J. Back, Milse
Schurze, Bryon Porrell, Ken
Kleinschrodr, Chris Reifschneider, Milse
Senior Girls Gleefronr rowfarmen
Srefano, Missy lssacs, Regina Brown,
Dawn Jordon, Sherri Carhern, Karen
Klos, Kaye Frenzel,
2nd row-June Perero, Joel Cross,
Annerre Gambino, Neena Aly, Eva
Lagage, Zina Sample, Mary Berh
Simmons, Wendy Hall.
3rd row-Cheryl Updegrave, Denise
Linaell, Beth Looney, Michelle
Beavre, Deseree Driver, Michele
Riley, Cheryl Honey, Valerie
l-larnilron, Karen Bagley,
4rh raw-Michelle Riebold, Barb
Wearherhalr, Jackie Craig, Gall Miller,
Renee Russell, Virginia Roland, Karhy
Lagage, Donna Reed,
5rh raw-Teresa Srour, Michelle Lear,
Brenda Bowling, Kathy Roland,
Wendy Miller, Elaine Long, LeAnn
Siacey, Sheri McClue.
Honor Chofrfronr row-Tanya Walker,
Terry Lesrer, Bryan Black.
Qncl raw-Niedra Fischer, Regina
Brown, Tim O'Brien, Mark Smith.
Brd row-Connie Reiss, Karen Klos,
Arh raw-Kim Grphon, Leah Larnae,
Arla Oyiarr, David Mirchell.
5rh raw-BM Frailey, SCOTT Barger, Tim
Soph. Chofrfronr row-K, MCKG-y, T.
Wollser, .l. Poli, S, Holcner, S Norris,
N Fischer, S Snepord, K Haynes, S.
Norris, M. Crump. row QAC Sudderh
K. Smith, W. Bowles, B. Bolsrrnon, B.
Dlclsmon, D. Mirenell, T. Norris L.
Lornpe, D. McClure, T. Jonie. row 3-
C. Suodurn, To Choprnon, S. Douglos,
J, losinslsi, G. McCarthy, T. O'Drlen, T,
Shurze, P Willioms, J. Doerr. row A-C
Polire, M. Joles, S Pedrerri, A.
Gilman, W. Pere-rs, S. Golden, G.
Gosrreiclw, l. Mclnryre, J. Slseif, DD,
Gorensrein, row 5-S. Ausrerrnon, is
Fischer, R. Hompron, G Kilrnon, M
Sumprer, E. Deloy, M. Penrod, K.
Flrsimmons, P. Powell.
Jr, girlsrow 'lAMory Deol-zly, Cheryl
Denrley, Debbie Aubuelwon, Windy
l-Ioll, Somonrho Pip!-rin, Poulo Jonsens
row 2-Liso Wodel, loner Spoerh,
Glorio Kley, l4ir'n Cnomberg, Angie
Kencode, Tino Penlngron, Chris Gross.
row Sfloclsie Bielfleld, Gino Wilson,
Suson Loose, Kim Lemons, Noncy
Dingnorn, Horny Tripp, Conoy Toylor,
Robin, McGrow. row A'Snerri
MeClure, Leonne Srocey, Crysrol
Srrelslen, Robin l-lolorools, Tnereso
Brune, Tommy Cornbs, Tornrny
Mens Choirrow 1-Terry Lester, Doug
lloocn Tim Bedwell, Morlc Dougnerry,
Ed Scoggs row 2-Jomes Tucker,
llondy Belleville, Roger Wells, Andre,
Glosser, Scorr Singer, Brion Block row
3-Tim Chllron, Srocy Wielond, Rooney
Mollor, Jim Gore-wood, Ken Cox, Ron
Tefr, Keirn l-lolrnes. row A-Scorr Felry,
Jerrel Aimes, Milse Allen, Keirh Allen,
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HA-KO Yeorbools Sroff - fronr row- Dione
Srreclsfuss, Kelly Cox, Michelle Lowson. 2nd row-
Normo Morcee, Vince Vondoveer, Connie Reiss,
Tim Sommers. 3rd row-Eric Monion, Jeff Lolly,
Jeff Moning, Jomes Espey, Miss Lirrie. Bock rows
Doug Goldommer, Mil-ee Boehner, Renne
Dwyer, Tim Broclshous, Doug Golden.
Mixed Gvarfronr row-Korhy Lirrrell, Coroi Ann
Joclfson, Deboe Aubuchon, Kim Lunsford, Kim
Boyer, Kim Ohlinger, Koren Goldsmirh, Bobbie
Tipron. Qnd row- Micheile Kirchner, Ccirhy
Woods, John Blankenship, John Dorillo, Dove
Honlss, Morls VonDiver, Rick Homlyn, Deseree
Driver, Paulo Jonson. Grd row'Sherri Wollser,
Down Seevers, Bob Herrn, Sondro Lecho, Roger
Wells, Eric Surror, Morniro Mills, Porri Kloepple,
4th row- Denise Melion, Normo Heed, .luoniio
Womack, Greg Bess, John Simmerle, Psondy
Lowry, Kevin Douglos, Bon Teffr, Debbie
Hiclsmon, Cheryl Sfeorns. 5ih row' Renee
Srruclsfuss, Sondy Tolley, Keirh Holmes, Wolrer
Morgon, Dovid L, Psorh, Mil-ze Allen, Arville
Bedweil, Connie Diomond, Melindo Owsley, April
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4130 '2 BARNEY MILLER-Comedy ESN FISHIN' HOLE
An air-traffic controller is y
hauled in for trying to lsill Lllf AMERICAN ADVENTURE A
Harris and a robber pleads
not to be jailed. Nll4 TOMORROW PEOPLE-Scr
5 SCHOLAR QUIZ Lisa Ennis
identifies the painting NSH OPRYLAND ON STAGE
All-Xmerican Gothic" while ,
Tim Sommers berates Dan- 5130 '2 CHESS CLUB Vince DeGeare A
ny Nliller tor not being battles with Dove Wagoner
quiclser on the buzzer. for the life of his lsing. Nxt. i
A Kasey schedules the upcom- A
A 15 BEWITCHED-Comedy lmo- ing tournament.
gene Coca appears as a be-
' who's A CDS NEWS-Dan Rather y
fuddled tooth fairy
tr ing to turn in her wings.
Darrin1 Dicle Sargent.
CBN LET'S MAKE A DEAL-Game
5 PM 245 NEWS
Q SESAME STREET CCCJ-Children
ll FHA Laura l4est
ares information for the re-
CHlPs-Crime Drama Eager
5 NDC NEWS-Tom Bralraw
S0 AWC Nlr. Kasey checlss the
eter before posting
HORSE RACING WORLD
l.lF TRAVELLER'S WORLD
Nll4 MR. WlZARD'S WORLD-Sci-
ce A string is used to
transfer water from a pitch-
er to a bowl.
for an easier beat, lon an
Ponch iump at a chance for W
Tempomry beech duty. GN WKRP IN CINCINNATI-Came
Larry Wilcox, Eric Estrada. edy
Trucls driven l-larvey l.em- 0 PM 245 NEWS
so GERMAN cLui3 Mrs, Hecyey Q MACNEIL, LEHRER NEW-
X collects money raised from 5A'AOUAA
the sale ot stale l'Gummy1 11 ONE DAY AT A TIME.COm-
el edy Conclusion. Barbara
Bears", and Anna l-ludsp
' es to bring her mon-
ey to the next meeting.
tries ro repay Ntarls for
disastrous first date.
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Below, Riclr Eisenbeis, Kyle
Eglin, and John Gangloff share
I fU0, and fellowship Qt Q
Hwetzel, Korri Phrlttpsy Miie
H Uber' Andrea MOVQOD Dill
ausdorf, Dawn Mcclure ond
Keith Wilson get ready to
brave they cold for some
yoo mow 'o
chow " jokes
Dole Jome5 os
be shores owe
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Mr. Hewnemonm Mrs Hodge
MI' HONGQV Mrs HoHood
Mr Hood Mr lyy
Mr Jewefmm Mr Jooosoe
Mr Koooler M5 Korg
Mr Kasey M's Kozleri
Mrs Wcrome M' Kms
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Scholar Qaafronf row-Tim Sommers, Chris Suddurh,
Page Kowlaski, Greg Wearherford, Mark Narrens,
Mary Simmons, 2nd rawfVince De-Geare, Tim Braun,
LeAnn Falcerri, Sharon Harcher, Marr McKee. back
row-Angie Anderson, Anna Hudsperh, Mike Jordan,
Par Schaub, Sue Harcher.
German Oubfranr rawfhris Suddurh, Kory Phillips,
Tami Beckman, LeAnn Falcerri, Cherrie Schmidt, Billy
Fraley, Bill Hausdorf, 2nd row-Tim Braun, lim
Heidom, Joe Fischer, Keirh Wilson, Mike Anderson,
Mike Huber, Michelle Reed, back row-Becky Beel,
Barb Hueir, Beth Wilkerson, Ralph Lierzl, Paul Adler,
Anna l-ludsperh, Dawn McClure, Andrea Morgan,
Below, Todd Bowerson, AWC President, checks for
"rain" in rhe halls,
"Carl and l were playing as a team against Steve
Speer, and we smoked him!" comments Paul Ryder as
he begins a second game wirh Carl Faulkner.
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Shari McClelland, Carmen 1 2 3 --
Srefono. 2nd row-Scoff '-'
Luaders, Kyle Wilson, Dave
Monrgamery, Mike Boehner,
Jim Sweeney Tray Mann.
back raw'Doag Goldammer, I
John Gangloff, Ryan Lewis,
John Palmer, Scafr Langelier,
Greg Cari, Jim Gangloff.
Wearher Cenrerfroni raw,
Randy Harrmann, Todd
Bowerson bacls rawl-ieirh
Allen, ,lerrel Ames, Mr. Moss,
Chess Clubfronr row-Mike
Anderson, Joe Raymond,
Chris Suddurh, Mike Ashby,
bade rowf5reve Speer, Baa
Hern, .lim Benneir, Vince
DeGeare, Carl Faulkner,
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sent tother Clon Cypher? ice doncing iinols.
hopes WS ,'leW.WeOllh WN A FRENCH CLUB Mrs. Pollocls
help reunite him with his . d d.
fomnyu O S2 mmion prize outlines o propose inner
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Stephonie Bond osl4s it the
proves to he o test o
restouront serves hom
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driver CEddie Borth? finds re' gem'
lief in his winnings. Flohertyr 9130 il NEWS
Ben Mvfivhv- Wh NlOfShOll CBN SPEECH AND DEBATE TEAM
Nlr. Miller discuss debote
Colt. C60 mln?
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ome Howlflins serve Cosf
romers in the DE store dure
stroregy with Tim Sommers
in preporotion for the No-
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Miller, Don Bloir ond Pot
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Corloz Psheo Perlmon. Clie,
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resides over o
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winter Coronotion. K 4'
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Ms. Roger Mr Romoesire Mr Reid Mrs Rern Mrs. Rhodes Mrs D Robinson Mrs. L. Robinson Mrss Ronsrck
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ul emoyed rhls yeor's Srudenr Council electron slmply because l won,"
Roo Dougherry sold os he smlled for rhe comero with Poge Kowolslsl.
French Oubfronr rowflileclsy
Llpslnslsy, llm Sweeney, Dlone
Qnd row Donno Anderson, Koren
Klos, Korhy WlS09WSlSl, Julie l4ory.
odds row Emmerr Gdddy, Muse
Polnrer, Arlo Oylozl
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Srudenf Councflironr rowellob Golden, Kim Kohls, Doug Goldomrner, Gino Gross, Llso Webb, Dione Slosmon, Shelley
Powell, Reneo Dwyer, Doug Golden, Bill Froley, Louro Roymer, Jenny Mclnrrye, Amy Tlpron,
2nd row-Lech Lompe, Bob Bolsmon, Cindy lerger, Kelll Reese, Sfocy Hill, Melundo Mueller, Susle Johnson, Clndy Rlnehorr,
Amy Polnrer, Keren Klemperr, Lori Gonsmon, Cori Eclwords, Trocey Vonce,
bode row-Mrs Bornord, Joner Crolg, Angle Anderson, Declsy Agnew, Joclcle Croig, Anno Hudsperh, Tim Chvlron, Rod
Mulllns, Srocy Wellond, Elolne Long, Down McClure, Michelle Andrews, Angel Oloughlln, Bersy Bowen, Mrs l-lodge.
Nor olcrured Bobbie Tlpron, Tino Schworz, Lorrl Mdrhews
Speech 6 De-bofefronr row-Biil Coie, Por Schoub, Donny
Miller, Doug Golden, Mike Nerrles, Mike Pointer, Tim
2nd row-Mr. Miiier, Srocey Cooper, Leann Foiceiri, Korea
Kioss, Bobbie Tipron, Eddie Skaggs.
back row-Keirh Wilson, Srepbonie Bond, Debbie See,
Crysrol Lesrer, Keith Hoimes, Bill Moore
Hey Meiindo Eosrerwood who: 5 your fovorire
burron?" "Eoi your heori our I'm married,"
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with Jozz Bond students Rothy Hoiien-
5 WHEEL OF FORTUNE-Game becis, Joson Smith ond Miiee Rice.
is THAT GIRL-Comedy 'T
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Dougherty discuss judging U b L' L
criterio for the Voriety t rn U S N
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Deveydt ond Rich Mothews B 1 . I LN A
shore ct privote joise, os Mr. ,S . X X N I!
ivy describes upcoming fun' I I I L
droising events A I . F L U tx t 'll
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7 Lynn Eigin odjust their music
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"Playing rhe frehch horn was difficuir ar firsr, arid sriii
is I have ro oracrice so i doh'r forger whar i've
aiready learned," comrhenrs Juiie Chorr Here she
pracrices wirh Rich Harrisoh and Maris Smirh
Deiow, Miss Muerh shades oerweeh piay rehearsais
Ml, Rickman Ml, Guffey MI. HUd5Of7 MI. 5lIT1p5Ol'l
Superintendent Asst. Asst, ASSI-
Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent
Mr, O'C0nn0, Mr. Howell Mr. Sauer Mr. Vishino
pffncjpal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal
The C-6 Board of
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Dads row: Verhah
Powell, Boo Lirrle,
Mrs Waldrop Mr Wearherford Mr Whire Mr Whirrenoerg
Ms Wisdarh Mr F Wrighr Mr J Wrighr Mr Zeirier
Deasiohs - 108
Drama Clubfranr row-Lisa Ann Webb, Scooa Darger,
Terranee Lesrer, Diane Srreclrfuss.
Qnd row Elizaberh Chrisrapher, Dayna Blicls, Andrea Morgan,
Kim Kohls, Bob Dalsmon
3rd row'Doraa Brady, Robin Morgan, Down McClure, Tim
bade raw-Jodi Kordy, Chris Re-ifschneider, Ken Kleinschradr,
"When I fools bacls or rhe fall musical I will remember rhe
fun rimes shared and rhe very special friendships I made,"
remarked Connie Reiss,
Lerrerrnen's Club-fronr rowDove DeVeydr, Mr, Ivy, Rich
Marhews, Ryan Lewis, Dana Leary, Joan O'Connor, Kim
Fach, Crisry Johnson, Deanna Weil.
2nd row-Dave Mania, Scorr Luaders, Chris I-lric, Debbie
Musielalr, Tiah Tyler, Janice Johnson, Karie McKee, Angie
Keoring, Rhonda Hampran, Connie Diamond, Tammy
Grd row-Greg Carr, Keirh Wilson, Gail Miller, Sean I-lulen,
Charlie Allen, Kirls Arnold, Tammy Callahan, Regina Gibbar,
Srcicy Hill, Dale James, Jason Smirh, Riclr Eisenbels,
Arh row-Kevin Eberhardr, Scarf Johnson, Anna Hudsperh,
Cyndi Jerger, Dianne Slasman, Tami Beckman, Tracy
Childers, Tricia Ame-lung, Brenda Meier, Naralie Fuqua,
Rodney Mullins, Dave Monrgomery, John Gangloff.
5th row'Kyle Wilson, John I-lurr, Carlos Lima, Rodney
Lammerr, Micl-:ey Wright, Terri Williams, Connie Farrar,
Jaclrie Sarlris, Roy Marrin, Jim Sweeney, Mike Boehner,
Terry Sr John, Jim Gongloff
orh row-Brian Voss, Jeff Jobsr, Perry Denman, Marry Lamb,
Ken Karzenberger, Sreve Nelson, Rob Daugherry, Sreve
Hunrer, Dan Thoma, Bob Toohey.
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Jazz Bond lfronr raw-Bob Surfer
Sreve Diva, Greg Weatherford,
Mark Narens, Mark Daugherry,
2nd row-Chris Bsckel, Bill Fraley,
Kevin Whire, Andre Glaser,
Srd rovy-Adam Miller, Clay
McClain, Rob Daugherty, Sheri
McClelEand, Scarf Barger, Darcio
Brady, Connie Kraus. Nor
picfuredr Sandy Dillard, Dwaine
Jazz Band lffronr raw-Jim LaPlanr
Stephanie Newman, Allan Perar,
Ken Flarraw, Jason Srnirh, .lackie
Taylor, Kathy Hallenbeck, Jaan
2nd row-Julie Choir, Lisa Sterling,
Rurh Simpson, Theresa Chapman
Lynn Elgin, Par Jansen, Ed Kline,
Grd row-Jae Cansiglia, Mike Rice
Daddy Persrrope, Dwayne Boyer
Jeff Glasser, John Maxwell, Marr
Forbis, Nor picrurecl: Mike Singer,
Jazz Band lil-from raw-Teresa
Maya, Scan Schardan, Kenny
Myers, Rusty Burler, Ben Volner,
Mike McGuirk, Loren Sruckmeyer
2nd rawfChris Roberrs, Leah
Simpson, Clay McClain, Brian
Peterson, Kregg Kraus, Bill Janes,
Grd row-Kim Kahls, Sieve Brasch,
Sreve Baker, Kenr Swarr, Jon
Joplin, Nor picruredf Par Kemper,
Junrar Varsrry Dandfronr raw-Sue Buxron,
Dranna Trrpa, Karhy Mahoney, sherry
Weber, Krm Larson, Marne Drunrs, Tina
Bares, Nancy Dawson, Kina Hurrr
2nd rowfRhona Daaiey, Trna Vrcrsers,
Brenda Richards, Annerre Snnrrh, ceror
Langendarf, Denise Harrnaaer, Lrsa
Grordrna, Kerry Shaennarse, Erarne Yarrary,
Sue Ahanen, Wendy Lawrence, Karr
Gro rowfparrrcra Roarnsan, Porn Warrer,
Bryan Adarns, Teresa Lewis, Chrrs Arerlo,
Mrcherre French, Sandy Marr, Teresa
Norrrs, Gienn Morgan, A J, Phrrrias, Scarr
Berry, Hope Sorrs, Bob Harms, Paul
Arn row Ke'ry Armor, Ran Larnb, Dayrd
Messrher, Dave Srafe, Crarg Krnder, Marla
Peer, Rrchard Crauser, Dave Orrrhan,
Dave Uaaegraye Sreye Crocser, Todd
Dupanr, Doo Hern, Rod Murrrns, Mrrse
Srh rowALesa Wagner, Jerrre Looney,
Brian Crauser, Nick Nrcrsorson, Boa Wyrde,
Ed Lrrhaff, carras Lrnna, Ken Cunnrngharn,
Paul Marrer, Ran Lernans No? arcrurea
Darby rarooe, Joe aorro, Trnn Trrnn Evans,
Varsrry Sympnonrc Bandfronr row Mrssy
Moore Jae Cansgrro Decrey Lrosrnsrsr
LeAnn Farcerrr, Crnras Roaerrs, Lrsa Srerrrng,
Angre Cash Rocher Carry, Andrea Daerr,
Krfn Jensen, Mary Srernner, Audrey Hurr,
Qna rowfLeAnn Sracy, Deaore Hermann,
Krrs Thonnare, Brenda Dowrrng Marare
Faueere, Vrrgrnra Rorand, Trnn Braun, Sue
Herne, Sharon Harcher, Amy Langhorsr,
Deanna Ternare, Mrrse Jordan, Theresa
Lear, rurre Charr, Scorr Darger
Grd row'Dave Parrerson, Kerry Lexa, Lrsa
Marscher, Renea Dwyer, Ken Gagnon,
Lrnda Srucrsmeyer, Chrrs Brcrser, Karhy
Rarand, Mrrae Harms, Jaan O'Cannor,
Rurh Srrhasan, Marrs Narens, Drrr Frarey.
Ken Frorran, Greg Weorherford, Marrs
Arn raw'Mrr4e Nerrres, Cannre Kraus,
Doug Roach, Sherr Mcflrerrond, Dorcra
Brady, Jeff Graser, Dave Manrgornery,
Jrrn Lopranr, Srephanre Newman, Sreve
Prva, Arran Peror, Crorg cwrrfrowsrry, Baa
Mahoney, Par Jansen, Rrchard Harrison,
Kevin Whrre, Andre Glaser
Srh raw Marrr Daugherry, Adam Mrrrer,
Karhy Lagage, Doyrd Podaornrrs, Brecrs
Washarn, Rob Daugherry, Terry Lester,
Ed Verghaeg, Mrrse Rrce, Cray McCrarn,
Ron Lemons, Bob Hern, Perry Denman,
Jann Hurr, Nor picruredr Dan Drarr,
Dwayne Herman, Doa Surrer, Dara Rerrn
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'lDuy 87 school lunches ond send ihem ro Indio vvirh rhe
chongef' Morry Lomb C125
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'Spend mosi of ii on my Cor ond some of ir on Sherry."
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college." Kim Orphon C125
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buy 10 boxes of Ding Dongs so Julie Kory ond I con finish
our King Ding Dong wollpoper Collecirion in our locker."
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'lDuy Juliono some Ju Ju Deors for College ond Eric:
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Loverboy, " remorleed Don Koehler SODDOYDOVGS
A Piercing Lools At Earrings
Decorative mutilation is common in many societies. Cer-
tain African tribes wear plates in their lips, others use metal
The ancient Mayas tied
rings to stretch out their neclss.
boards to their baby's head to flatten them, while other
native South Americans pierced their noses. ln contempo-
rary America the most common form of decorative mutila-
tion is the pierced ear. Until recently only women participat-
ed, but more and more males are joining in the practice.
Griginally male homosexuals wore a simple earring to
malse clear their preference, The practice spread to bilsers
Cmotorcycle enthusiasts? and the contemporary 'lif it's on
the right you're gay, on the left you're cool" was born.
The practice of wearing an earring for men has mush-
roomed since the surging popularity of Punls and New Wave
music. l'lt loolss good with a bi-level CNew Wave? haircut,"
says Tammy Combs. Maria Pedretti believes ll they
give a guy style and pizzazf' This practice has the same
origins as the leather iaclset, painted faces, and safety-pin
loolss that are other popular New Wave styles presently.
These styles basically express a challenge to traditional styles
and values. lllt's basically nihilistic," one University of Dallas
researcher claims. Scott l-leigert and Brian Faullener, two eare
ringed Fox males, seem to agree. l'At the time l thought it
would be different." For many people the practice still has
homosexual connotations. lllt's queer!" as Joan O'Connor
says, Eric Sutton adds, l'lt is an insult to guys."
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earring 'lis Ultra Blaze" the ear-ringed males are still very
much a minority.
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Sophomores, because it's their first year, traditionally have problems with
that wonderful center of knowledge, commonly known as the library. lt's
pretty complicated remembering what color pass to bring, how to check
out a book, and how to be quiet. In order to better understand the plight of
the sophomores, let usjourney with Jane Doe as she contends with library
Jane asks for a library pass from her advisor. Remembering that there
are two different colors of library passes, she asks for a pink one because it's
prettiest. She finds out that the colors serve two purposes: first, to tell if
someone is coming from studyhall or a class, second, to discriminate against
those who are color blind. The bell rings and she rushes from advisory in
anticipation of a fun time and the somewhat more comfortable library.
The bell rings right after Jane walks in. Noticing the librarian behind the
table, Jane hands her the pass and starts to walk off. "But wait!" The
librarian says in an annoyed tone of voice, "You need to sign in," Jane, not
understanding why she must sign in when she's already given a pass,
complies reluctantly. Then the librarian tries to give Jane back half of her
pass. "Why are you giving this back to me?" Jane asks. "So you can give it
to the librarian when you leave," is the reply. "That's okay, you can have
it now," Jane says. Finally, Jane is forced to keep the slip of paper.
Upon seeing the tables, Jane looks for someone to sit with. She sees a
couple of comrades at one table and decides to join in. The librarian then
does her famous "only two people to a table" routine which incurs a bit of
grumbling. Quickly, the librarian states rather loudly, "no talking or you'll be
kicked out of the library." This is probably why the US. has a problem with
literacy. lmpressionable youngsters see the library as a threatening place
thereby discouraging reading. Jane is the odd one Cin more ways than one?
and ends up sitting alone.
Jane decides to get something to read. She goes to the card catalogue
and finds one of her favorite subjects, then moves on to put the old Dewey
Decimal system into practice. She's pleasantly surprised to find that our
library has the goodjudgement to carry Harlequinn romances. Satisfied with
her choice, she returns to her seat to read.
The book seems to have pretty good plots, imagery, symbolism, and
structure, so she decided to check it out Calthough figuratively speaking she
already hasl. She's disappointed to find out she has an overdue book
because her friend Marcie used her library card. There's only one thing to
dog accidently walk out without checking it out.
A little later Jane sees people getting up. Unfortunately, so does the
librarian. "Sit down until I go up there," she says threateningly, Finally, the
guardian of books saunters up front. Jane sees that everyone must go
through what looks like a couple of solar panels. Jane theorizes what they
could be, something you stay between in summer that allows only the
tanning rays of the sun to hit your skin, an X-ray machine that allows the
librarian to see nude bodies going through, or lenses from a pair of giant
Suddenly, it was her turn to walk through. Beep! Deep! Deep! A scream.
Waves of humiliation coarsing through Jane's body, Jane falls to the ground
thinking she will now have a criminal record for trying to steal a Harlequinn
Romance. l'Please step out," says the librarian. Kids file past giggling. The
interrogation begins ..,.
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Upon heoring Duponr, whor comes ro mind, o chemicol com'
pony or rhe Olympics? Olympics could very well be rhe onswer
becouse Todd Duponr hopes ro compere rhere in rhe furure, How
did Todd ger involved in swimming? lr oll storied when he wos
oround one yeor old ond he fell in his bocls yord pool ond neorly
drowned. Thus by o srrolse of bod lucls, worer srorred o "fire" rhor
lseeps Todd swimming rodoy,
Todd hos been swimming comperively since rhe oge of five. He
srorred young, ond yer is srill dedicored enough ro prevoil rhrough
difficulries such os, dish-pon honds, worer in rhe eor, webbed feer,
boredom, ond rising or 4:00 every morning ro worls our. Todd
worlss our rwo hours rwice o doy or ihe Presrigious Sugor Creek
Sports Club which hos one of rhe rop reoms in rhe counrry. Losr
summer Sugor Creels won rhe regionols ogoin in Arlsonsos. They
competed wirh obour eighr srores. Obviously, if rolses rolenr ro be
issued o poir of rrunlss from rhis club. During eoch worlsour Todd
swims obour 9000 yords. He olso worlss our on Nourilus every
Tuesdoy, Thursdoy, ond Sorurdoy.
Todd's besr evenrs ore freesryle ond bocls srrol-ze. His besr rime
in rhe 100 yord crowl is 52 seconds. He hos done very well
compering wirh his oge group C15 yeor oldsb bur now he is going
ogoinsr 18 yeor olds, since joining rhe senior group. "You hove ro
do well ro be in rhe Senior group," Todd sold, "buf l'm gerring
blown owoy or rhe momenrf' However he expecrs ro improve
over rhe nexr few yeorsr
Despite rhe rime swimming consumes, Todd does hove orher
inferesrs. Surprisingly enough, one of rhese inreresrs don'r include
lifeguording. He does ger 0 lsicls our of soccer rhough. He wos
recruired by bond insrrucrors becouse of his copobiliry ro hold Iorge
quonriries of oir Con obiliry very useful ro swimmersD, ond os o
resulr now ploys rrombone for Junior Vorsiry Bond, Todd seems ro
rhinls rhis obiliry hos done lirrle for rhe guoliry of sound issuing from
his chosen insrrumenr.
Ir should be nored rhor Todd is defecring ro Kirkwood rhis yeor
ro be closer ro rhe pool, bur lools or rhe brighr side, he won'r be
competing on rheir swim reom. Even wirh rhis in mind, os long os
reruns of "Flipper" ore shown, rhe memory of Todd Duponr will
live forever in Fox High School, probobly rhe mosr fomous swim-
mer ro even come our of our school,
Tobie Drennen enjoys "meeting oll rhe cure guys ond daring" ro Todd Duponr hopes ro swim the 100 meter freesryle in 50 seconds becouse "l would quolify for o norionol
poss rhe rime during her sophomore yeor meer in Coiifornio rhis summer "
122 - Sophomores
Last month the school board reviewed a proposal to
build a community center adjacent ro the Fox campus. This
51.5 million prqect would include a 2,000 seat auditorium
on 8.5 acres southwest of campus,
The center would primarily be used for school activities,
lilse assemblies, and would be a "Home" for the drama
department and radio-television communication classes.
Funding for this prqect can be done without a tax
increase. lr has been proposed to temporarily switch 50
cenrs of the present debt service tax levy to the building
Miss Mueth, drama teacher and play co-ordinaror at Fox,
feels this prqecr would prove very advantageous
to the school.
James Rickman, superthtendenr of Fox C-6
schools, announced his retirement after nine-
teen years. Teachers and fellow administrators
acknowledge his role as the instrumental force
in building Fox to one of the finest Cond largest?
school districts in the state, During his tenure as
superintendent, Mr. Rickman accomplished
many things, but the annexation of Antonia
and Hamrick schools, 1966 building fund levy,
and overall good relations with the community
are considered his greatest accomplishments.
Our present gym Cfinished in 19665, the shop
and art buildings and the Media Center have
been build during Mr. Piickman's administration.
Mr, Rickman feels he has been "blessed with a
most rewarding job."
ln February community voters approved o
transfer of school funds that will allow a 2,000
seat auditorium to be built on the Fox campus.
This 1.5 million prqect will be used for school
assemblies, a lhome' for the drama and radio-
television classes and available for community
use when it is completed.
The 1984 yearbook staff conducted a year-
book 'cover contest' for this year's book This
was the first time a student designed and
drawn cover had been used. The contest was
open to everyone and a first prize 525.00
award and free '84 yearbook was awarded
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to Matt Royal for his interpretation of the
theme "and now for something totally differ-
The Calendar Glrb of Fox? Sound crazy? the
'84 Yearbook staff decided to come up with a
different approach to fundroising, and thus two
1984 calendars were created, "The Calendar
Girls of Fox" and "The Calendar Guys of Fox"
sold for 54.00 each and featured a black 6
white photograph eoch month of a student
from Fox. Photography teacher Jan Morris and
Yearbook advisor Peggy Little put the calen-
dars together in the fall. Sales were good, and
the calendars became a 'hot' item at many
other high schools in the area.
Culture Clubs first two albums stormed the
LP charts with lyrics and music that is "very
cool, very catchy and never 'naf' Cover-
doneD," according to its lead singer Boy
George. The reason? "America, you know a
good drag queen when you see one."
US. Troops secretly and quickly over ran the
tiny island of Grenada in pre-dawn Oct. 25,
ousting Cuban soldiers and Soviet advisors "be-
fore impending Cuban-Soviety take-over," ac-
cording to the Reagan administration. While
some countries formally criticized the overt,
military action, Gtenadians expressed relief and
The Columbia soared into space Nov. 28,
1980 on it's ninth mission, carrying a billion-
dollar Spacelob-the first true scientific research
station in orbit.
Soviets blasted out of the skies a civilian south
Korean airliner that had strayed over Soviet
territory. 269 lives were lost, including 61
American passengers. Calling the Soviet attack
a "barbaric art", Reagan echoed the senti-
ments of nations all over the world.
1,200 US. Marthes evacuate Lebanon after
the failure of four-nation 5,400-man peace
keeping force fails to silence the bullets.
The Htness craze takes over as Jane Fonda's
"Workout" leads a host of diet, fitness and
beauty books on the market.
Sally K. Ride C825 becomes the first woman
in space as she joins the challeger crew as a
Wetnam veterans insist their service in South-
east Asia is finally acknowledged, when chemi-
cal companies settled out of court for more
than 5500000 over the physical f emotional ef-
fects of Agent Orange toxication.
The Day After, a TV-movie based on the
aftermath of a nuclear war sharpens the de-
bate over nuclear arms in the US. and Western
The U.5.5.R. changes leadership twice as An
dropov succumbs to illness 15 months aftei
l3rezhnev's death. His successor? Konstautit
Chernenko, C721 The oldest man ever to hola
that countries' reins of power.
Marines are killed in Lebanon after a trucl
bearing explosives rammed the marine bar
acks in Beirut, Lebanon.
The US. team of athletes leave the Winte
Olympic games in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia with c
total of 8 metals, four gold, and the Russian
say 'no' to LA. for the Summer games.
Nutrasweet causes a diet food E: drink come
back by replacing saccharin and cyclomates.
The 56th Miss America, Vanessa Williamj
becomes the first black woman to hold th
ATGT splits and the market for long distance
calls expands as the tele-communications field is
forced to branch out.
Girls Scout Cookies are forced off the market
as pins and needles are found in many boxes
in St. Louis.
Jesse Jocksonjoins other Democratic hope-
fuls Gary Hart and Walter Mondale as the first
black man to run for President of the United
Break-dancing leaves the streets of Harlem
and takes center stage in music videos, dance
halls and symphony concerts as the new pre-
mier dance craze.
Cabbage Patch Dolls become the most
sought-after toy in decades as millions of par-
ents frantically search for the doll for Christmas.
John DeLorean goes to trial after being
charged with conspiring a multi-million cocaine
deal to save his faltering car company.
Terms of Endeorment wins 5 Oscars, includ-
ing Best Movie and Best Director,
School morale was at an all-time high as the
football and volleyball squads kicked off the fall
season with impressive victories. Their enthusi-
asm and hard work affected everyone, and
school morale soared to an all-time high.
The Athletic department of Fox High has
managed to produce some very hard working
and successful athletes this year, Following is a
list of all players who were chosen as 1st team
All-Conference players in Football and Basket-
ball for 1984.
Offensive guard-Kirk Westmoreland
Defensive tackle-Kevin White
line backer-Kevin Jacobs
The girls track team also produced winners,
Girls Track Honor Boll-Post Dispatch
2 mi. 6 Mile 800
Sue Arnold Laura Byrne
Laura Byrne High Jump
Tracy Bierman Kelly Cox
The following athletes placed at State finals:
Brian Baddle- 1st in Track
2nd in Cross Country
Jim Sweeney- Qnd in Wrestling
Mickey Wright- Grd in Wrestling
Stacy Weiland- oth in Wrestling
Kelly Cox- 5th in Track
To these people and many others not men-
tioned we attribute the overwhelming success
of all the athletic teams during '83-84,
just as the Beatles changed the course of
rock-n-roll in the 'oO's, MTV and music videos
have changed the face of rock in the '8O's.
While some critics charge that there is too
much violence, too tight a playlist, and too
many unimaginative videos on music televi-
sion, cirtis cannot argue with the channels
popularity. Some of the best videos this year
include Michael Jackson's "Beat lt" and "Billie
Jean", Herbie Hancock's "Rockit", and the Roll-
ing Stones' "Undercover of the Night," The
following albums were also on many best-seller
lists for 19841
1. Thirller by Cwho else? Michael Jackson.
2. Synchronicity by Police.
3. Eliminator by ZZ Top.
4. An innocent Man by Billy Joel.
5. Speaking in Tongues by Talking Heads.
.30 millon and rising, that is the latest figure
for the selling success of Michael Jackson's al-
bum Thrillet. Michael Jacksons explosive suc-
cess in 1984 rivals the success of the Beatles in
the 'oO's with the impact he has had on to-
day's music scene. The figures are unbeliev-
able: Thriller won eight Grammy awards, Epic
Records reports sales of over a million copies of
the album per week, and there are nine songs
on the album that have been released as top
ten singles. Jackson's reasons for his success
stem from a magnetic appeal and flashy
dance steps combined with a smoldering vun-
erability. The superstar is now seen every-
where - on posters, T-shirts, buttons, dolls,
and his trademark - one gloved hand - has
become as popular as a Beatle haircut or Elvis-
Concert Choir travelled to Tan-Tar-a Lodge
and Resort in January when asked to perform
at the MMEA CMissouri Music Educators Assoc?
Convention. Students traveled to Tan-Tar-A by
bus and stayed at the resort for two days. "We
enjoyed swimming, being with friends and
most of all singing for the huge audience," said
Concert Chori President Terry Lester. The choir
sang eight pieces for the select audience of
musicians and educators related to the music
field. "We are proud of a job well done and
the audience rewarded our performance with
an enthusiastic applause," said director Mr
Johnson. Congratulations 1984 Concert Choir!
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Congrarularions ro rhe following srudenrs who
were chosen as 19841 All-Sfare Choir and Band
Terry Lesrer- 2nd year
Eddie Skaggs- 2nd year
Joe Cansiglio- lsr year
Karhy Roland- lsr year
Kris Thomale- lsr year
Scorr Barger- lsr year
Alrernare, Michelle Lear
All Srare Band
Alrernafe- Mark Narrens
Congrarularions ro rhe following seniors who
received rhese scholarships:
Julie Kory - Agriculrure Scholarship, Univ. of
Lisa Hadley - Curarors Scholarship, Univ, of
Rengene Bowman - Sr. Louis Univ. Scholar-
Dna Bollefer - Hickey School Scholarship
Dawn Rorh - Am. Legion Scholarship ro Lurh-
eran Medical Cenrer-Nursing
Lisa Ennis - Mo. Baprisr Hospiral Nursing Schol-
LeAnn Falcerri - Honor Scholarship, Warrburg
Nm Picha - DECA Scholarship
Karhy Msnewski -- Washingron Univ. Scholar-
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Parrick Schaub - CTA Scholarship Academic-
Arch.-Kansas Srare Univ.
Greg Wearherford - CTA Scholarship, Cura-
rors-Univ. of Missouri
Eric Brugge-man - REgenrs Scholarship, Norrh-
Nm Sommers - Nar'l. Merir Scholarship, Michi-
gan Srare Univ.
Dave Deveydr - Basketball, Track, Honor
Scholarship, Wesrminisrer College
Brian Radle - Arhleric Scholarship, Louisianna
Doug Goldammer - Earnesr S. Whearon
Barbara Reim - Phillip Morris Scholarship
Tony Manria - Academic Scholarship, Bene-
Boo Kupferer - Curarors Scholarship, Univ. Of
Barbara Srrong - Curarors Scholarship, Univ. of
Diane Srreckfuss - Curarors Scholarship, Univ.
Wnce DeGeare - Curarors Scholarship, Univ.
of Missouri, Jr. Achievemenr
Arlo Oviarr - Curaror Scholarship, Univ, of
Wrglnia Roland - Leadership, Arhleric Scholar-
Ryan Lewis- Foorball Scholarship, Baker Univ,
Terri Mllams - Volleyball Scholarship-Mo.
The following seniors received scholarship from
Lisa Dierrich, Doug Roach, Bob London, Damon
Talley, Bill Fraley, Ed Skaggs, Krisra Pourclllie,
Andrea Doerr, Richard Mafhews.
The following seniors received scholarships ro
Eric Bruggeman, Dave Deveydr, Tracey John-
son, Ron Teffr.
The following seniors received scholarships ro
Sreve Nelson, Sharon Harcher, Dm Picha, Au-
drey Hurr, Sreve Lararra, Srephanie Bond San-
dra Dillard Scorr Meadows, Lowell Powers,
Sany Young, Dianne Salsman, Ryan Lewis, Rich
Nm 5ommersNar'l. Council of Teachers Wriring
Confesr Award, lsr place in Srare for Debare En
Anna Srrong, Lynn Hgin, Ken Vogl Joe Hsher
Bob Kupferer, 6 Par Schaub for lsr place Mark
Team ar Jeff. Coll.
Rob Daugherry for John Phillip Sousa Award.
Mark Narens for Alr. All-Srare Band.
Nancy Perkins for lsr Runner-Up, Miss Missouri
Kim Birkner, Lisa 5 wafford 6 Boo Meyers for lsr
place, Masradon Arr Show.
Berry Marcee for Silver Cresr Award in Home
Edole Skaggs, Danny Miller, Par Schaub, Diane
Srreckfuss 6 Dm Sommers for Nar'l. Forensic
League Double Ruby.
David Diamond Berry Marcee, Norma Marcee
Glohn Ossenforr for perfecr arrendance in high
The following srudenrs are Teenager of rhe
Monrhg Mecina Winkelman, Seprember, Bill Fra
ley, Ocrober, Kathy Wisnewski, November
Larry Ellior, December, Linda Sruckmeyer, Jan
uary, Tim Picha, February, Kim Birkner, March
Greg Wearherford, April, Connie Farrar, May
Senior Brian Radle became rhe firsr rrack anc
field arhlere in Fox hisrory ro win a Srare cham
pionship. l3rian's rime ar srare in rhe 1600 mere
was 410808, rhis sera new 4A Srare recorc
and ranks as one of rhe rop 0-4 rimes in rhe
narion. This remarkable achievement is nor sur
prising for such a dedicared arhlere. Brian ha
been working hard for rhe pasr rhree year
and has accumulared quire a record, his sopho
more year he qualified for srare and rook o5rl
place, his junior year he rook 35rh place ir
Cross Counrry and orh in Track for rhe mile
Brian also ser school records in rhe mile a
41159 and in rhe rwo mile ar 9124. In his senio
year Brian rook 2nd in srare in Cross Counrry
and was Suburban Wesr Conference champ
and Disrricr 6 Secrional champ in addirion rc
being Srare champion in Track.
The world is a stage, At least it is considered
l be so by many students at Fox, The Drama
ub has achieved many things to be proud of
is year. They started the year off with the
wnual Halloween malseup worlsshop which
uve children in the community the chance to
'ess as their favorite gouhl for Halloween. ln
Svember the Fox High Drama Club presented
we of the most successful musicals ever to
'ace it's stage. "The play drew record breals'
g crowds, over BOO people came over both
ghts, that is the largest audience we've ever
:id here," said the play director Miss Mueth.
:ter in the year despite the sad feelings of no
aring play, the drama club sponsored still an'
'her successful production, the Third Annual
ariety Show. This gala gave students the
iance to show there hidden talents to the
'orld. We would lilse to congratulate the fol-
wing students for their achievements with
ie drama club and Thespian Society
Honor Thespians- Terry Lester
rama Club Awards:
Best Actoreloe Consiglio
Best Actress-Psegene Bowen
Best Supporting Actor-Terry Lester
Best Thespian-Scott Barger
We've done a lot of worls this year and it has
layed off," said Drama Club Historian Lisa
Jebb. l'We're loolsing forward to the new
iuditorium and to many more successful proe
luctions," commented Miss Mueth with an ob-
'ious beam of excitement in her eye. Conf
iratulations Drama Club.
"There ore three ways to what some peof
le call God: science, religion, and art, I choose
ie path of art through my writing," explained
enior Tim Sommers about his involvement in
wany writing and debate contests over the
ost three years. Tim tools ist in State in Debate
nd 2nd in Extemp. Spealsing this year. He
ron the Natl Forensic League CNFLD Districts
ompetition and will travel to San Antonia dur-
ig the summer for the national finals. ln addi-
on, Tim is a national finalist in the American
History Day competition and winner of the
Nat'l. Council of Teachers of English Award. Tim
is easily in the habit of winning, and even more
in the habit of worlsing hard. The National Merit
Scholar summed up his desire to be involved
by saying "you only get as much out of school
as you put into it." Besides winning awards,
Tim says that participating brings "lots of free
trips" and 'lyau'd be surprised how many girls
debaters picls up." He enjoys competing 'lto
test my mental ability." Tim added, "Don't
become reconciled, you can't become alienate
ed until you've been connected."
"I Love New York! "said twenty Distrlbutive
Education students who spent four days in the
Big Apple to attend marlseting seminars. The
DE. students received advice and learned ad'
ditional slsills for future job-hunting and careers.
Between sessions, students ate, visited such
attractions as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire
State Building, World Trade Center, and the
United Nations. 'Everyone really enjoyed the
trip," commented DE. teacher Mr. Duniphan.
fn August C83 thirty-six band students vene
tured halffway around the world to visit South
Africa. These students performed at several
festivals hosted by the Florida Paris High School,
whose band students had visited Fox in the
previous fall. They also toured Johannesburg,
Kruger Wildlife Reserve, and gold mines. The
fourteenfday visit was the culmination of many
long hours of fundraising and band practices for
Mr. Butler and many band students. Mr. Butler
described the visit as a 'lance-in-a-lifetime ex-
perience to perform in another country and
learn customs. "
Sprechen sie Deutsch? German club mem-
bers Steve Balser, Anita Hantschlse, LeAnn Fal
cetti, Anna Hudspeth, Chris Beel and Milse An-
derson will have a chance to sharpen their slsills
as they travel to Germany this summer. The
German club students plan to spend twentye
four days touring the German countryside.
Se Senior! The Spanish club is planning a ten'
day summer trip to Mexico City, Taxco, and
Acapulco. Ballet performances, native follslore,
crafts and visits to historic monuments are
planned. Spanish club students Todd Bowerson,
Dawn Jones, Sharon Long and Lisa Pfitzinger
plant to soale up the southern sun.
Congratulations to Stuco. This year has prov-
en to be one filled with more spirit and class
participation, The dances sponsored by Stuco,
lr. Class and the Cheerleaders, added to the
new rise in spirit at Fox. The Homecoming
dance drew a large crowd as did the Winter
Coronation dance and other dances held after
baslsetball games. Prom was a definite success
with a sellout crowd. And a new idea strucls
the cheerleaders this year: The Senior Farewell
Beach Bop. The seniors lilsed this idea, it gave
them the chance to dress lilse a beach bum
and dance the night away with the closest of
friends. As the year came to a close, Jr, Anna
Hudspeth summed up the dances in these
words, l'They were a blast, it was great finally
seeing people loolsing forward to the dances
on Friday nights."
Weekends open up many possibilities for
activity. The dance craze has spawned night
spots lil-te l'Beflexions" where teens can dance
the night away. Almost every weelsend there
is a party "open to the public" somewhere,
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"My brorher and I had a parry, or should I
say a convenrion, for abour 250 people," said
senior Tim Broclshaus. Friends ofren meer af
Ronnies 8 Cinema and false in a movie or fwo,
and head ro CaIeco's ro ear afrerward. Wherh-
er one has money ro spend or nor, Sourh
Counry Shopping Cenrer always provides an
evening of enrerrainmenr. 'iThe besr rhing
abour S. Counry is loolsing ar all rhe men and
buying wild clorhes," explained junior Karen
Klemperf. When rhere is enough rime and gas,
many Fox siudenrs can be found cruising Main
Srreer in Fesrus, Fesrus. Cruising gives everyone
a chance ro show off his or her ser of wheels
and is also rhe perfecr opporruniry ro picls up
members of rhe opposire sex. While mosr srue
denrs feel rhe need ro go ourside rhe Arnold
vicinify ro find enrerrainmenr, they sfill manage
ro have a good rime,
FAVORITE ACTORXACTRESS-Tom Cruise, Clinr
FAVORITE RECORD ALBUMAThri!ler, by Michael
Jaclsson, 1984, by Van Halen
FAVORITE ROCKXPOF' GROUP-Van Halen, Loe
FAVORITE VOCALlSTeMichael Jaclsson, Lionel Ri-
FAVORITE TEACHER-Mr. Langhammer, Mrs. Pe-
FAVORITE RESTAURANT-McDonald's, Red Lob-
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FAVORITE BOOKfChrisrine, by Srephen King,
Flowers in rhe Arrfc, by V,C. Andrews
FAVORITE FAMOUS FACE-Chrisfie Brinlsley, Mi
FAVORITE CANDYfMGM's, Sniclsers
FAVORITE CLOTHING STYLEfPunls-New Wave,
FAVORITE TV SHOXV'A' Team, Dynasry
FAVORITE COMEDlANAEddie Murphy, Richard
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON A DATE-Kiss and
. . ., Go ro Movies
FAVORITE DESSERT PLACEfTed Drewes, Baslsin
FAVORITE VIDEO-"Thriller", Michael Jaclsson,
"Bear Ir", Michael Jaclsson
FAVORITE ATHLETE-Ozzie Smirh, Darrel Porfer
FAVORITE SODA-Coke, Pepsi
FAVORITE RADIO STATION-KWK, KHTR
FAVORITE VACATION SPOT-Florida, Hawaii
FAVORITE CAReMusrang, Camaro
FAVORITE MAGAZINE-Sevenreen, Playboy
FAVORITE HAIRSTYLE-Bi-level and spilsed, Long
Thanlss ro rhe following individuals for rheir
Sally Sneed, Terry Lester, Mr, Morris, LeAnn
Falcerri G Anira Hanrschlse, Mrs. Morris and rypf
ing srudenrs, Mrs. Mueller, Mario Pedrefri, rhe
Adminisfrarion, and all sponsors and coaches
for rheir cooperarion. Special rhanlss ro Marr
Royal for all his fime and ralenrs.
The 19841 HA-KO Sfaff wasg
Connie Reiss, Edifor-in-Chief
Tim Sommers, Copy Edifor
Valerie McDonald, Layouf Edifor
Kelly Cox, Layoui
Doug Goldammer, Layouf
Diane Srreclsfuss, Copy
Doug Golden, Copy
Julie Lamberf, Copy
Tim Broclshaus, Copy
Milse Boehner, Copy
Jeff Lally, Typisf
Norma Marcee, Typisr
Jeff Moring, Gopher
James Espey, Promofions
Vince Vandaveer, Phofographer
Renea Dwyer, Phorographer
Michelle Lawson, Phorographer
Cover arrworls by Marr Royal.
Endsheer arrworls by Marr Royal.
Magazine arrworls by Bob Meyer, Kim
Birlsner, Lisa Swafford.
Sporrs arrworls by Bob Meyer.
Tom Kloseiossumed nomeb is nor one ro ser
smoll gools. 'lWell, l'm nor or liberry ro rolls
obour ir, bur l'm currenrly worlsing on rhe righrs
ro o movie scripr l wrore for Hollywood," he
odmirs. "Righr now rhey're rollsing obour Mi-
choel Joclsson for rhe leod ond Sylvesrer Srol-
lone os direcror.
lr's o srory obour o smoll-rown boy who comes
from o srricr counry where doncing is prohibire
ed. The boy rebels, curs o record for Morown,
ond becomes o gionr doncing ond singing suc-
cess. Along rhe woy he olso srruggles ro win o
foorboll scholorship ond londs o porr in o movie
obour o 'good guy' who gers mixed up . . .
well, professionol girls ond molses o lor of mon'
ey. He hos ro molse o decision which offer he
will rolse. l'm sorry l con'r rell you obour ir, bur
irs hush-hush unril we ger o deol worlsed our."
Tom soys he hos hod o busy yeorg wriring
monologues for Dovid Lerrermon, plonning rhe
're-birrh' of Hoppy Doys ond orher pilor scriprs
hos lefr him wirh lirrle rime for whor he colls
"rhe lsid sruff mosr high school srudenrs indulge
in over rhe weekend. llighr now l'm negorior'
ing some prerry heovy deols, bur l'm nor reolly
supposed ro rell onybody obour oll rhis," he
soid, "You lsnow how show business people
No, Tom, how ore rhey?
"Well, l con'r show you ony of my worls,
bur ler me jusr soy rhor irs very originol ond o
big hir wirh rhe Hollywood producers. Why,
Sreven Spielberg rold me iusr rhe orher doy
rhor my ideo obour rhe corrupr smoll-rown cop
who is lsiclsed off rhe force, finds Jesus, ond
becomes o high school counselor is very, very
inreresringl And rhe scripr obour rhe menrol
porienr who becomes o cofererio cools ond
srorrs roinring rhe food wirh . . . well, l'm srill
worlsing on rhor one. These ideos con'r ger our
becouse every screenwrirer in Hollywood will
be copying rhem. l've become such o success
rhor I hove ro wrire under on ossumed nome
ond hide my idenriry. They con'r woir unril I
groduore ond con come our ro Hollywood."
Gee, Tom, neirher con we.
One of rhe srudenrs obove is Tom Klose Cossumed nome?
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Feel The Power!
We neorly hove o celebriry in our midsr nomed Dove Pseprogle.
Dove is o powerliffer for rhe Fox Powerlifring reom. Losr yeor he fools
Grd ploce or the High School Norionols in Normon, Olslohomo, ond this
wos his firsr big meer. He ser o Nofionol high school record for his
weighr closs by benching 325 lbs.
Dove srorred lifring in 8rh grode, buf hos been involved in powere
lifring for W2 yeors. lr's reolly inreresring how Dove gor srorred in
powerlifring. Sreve Moy, o wresrler from Lindbergh who he hod
wresrled, colled him up ro see if Dove wonred ro go for High School
Norionols. Dove being rhe smorr guy he is, occepred, even rhough he
hod only 3 monrhs ro prepore.
Dove worlss our 2Vz hours, five doys o weels, ro ger reody for
cornperirion. Ar rhe rnomenr he's squorring 518 lbs., benching 345
lbs., ond deod lifring 489 lbs. He is working our in prepororion for
Norionol High School Norionols ogoin, Dove feels he should get firsr in
his weighr closs becouse rhe rwo guys who finished in fronr of him losr
yeor groduored ond vvon'r be compering.
Losr yeor, Dove wos disquolified for nor going deep enough on his
sguors. Someone should rell rhese guys, 'lhey, you rry ond go down
Dove Reprogle orremprs ro sq
400 lbs in rhe weighrroom
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Would you do o loyour for Ployboyfploygfrl? "Me Are you kidding!"
Yes No No Commenr
GTX, 541, 152
Do you like popcorn? Thor quesrion is foo personol for me ro onswerf'
Yes No No Commenr
OOM, AW o'Xs
Do you believe in Sonro Oous? "Sonro Clous moy nor be o rongible,
moreriol someone, buf he is cerroinly somerhing rhor does exisr- if only in
rhe form of rhe spirir of Chrisrmos. Anywoy, I'm srill woiring for him ro
bring me o choo-choo."
Yes No No Commenr
242 oo? IOCZQ
Do you wonr ro be famous? "I cerroinly wonr ro rosie o lirrle fomel"
Yes No No Commenr
om 292 102
Do you wonr ro be 1nfomous?"lf I con'r be fomous, I moy os well be
Yes No No Commenr
ITM, 71? 171,
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Orwell Was Wrong, Right?
The dreaded year is upon us. But Orwell's bleals fantasy of Big
Brother, the Ministry of Truth, and the Thought Police remains just
that: a fantasy. Though one-third of the world CChina and the Soviet
Bloc? suffers under the weight of totalitarianistic statehood, the rest of
the world remains free of oppression. From South Africa to El Salva-
dor, from the Phillipines to Libya, and from Chile to Spain freedom
reigns. America, most of all, stands as an example of the triumph of
Orwell believed that by 1984 the government would watch our
every move. But there is no "Big Brother" to watch over us.
Mentioning Watergate, FBI wiretapping, or television surveillance in
public buildings is begging the question, Only the ungrateful would
suggest that computers impinge upon our freedoms. The centraliza-
tion of personal and financial records and for-a-fee sharing of these
files with potential employers, insurance companies, marlseting and
advertising executives, and the government will but serve the mod-
ern demands of efficient management. When and where you use
your credit card, for example, is of course recorded and centralized
for purely innocent reasons. "Big Business" not "Big Brother" de-
mands computer billing.
Orwell believed that by 1984 our thoughts would be controlled by
forces beyond out control. Far from being controlled by "waves
through the air" as the citizens of 1984, we live with the blessings of
television. NBC, CBS and ABC will continue to assure that Americans
do not thinls all the same thoughts. Despite occasional bools burnings,
we remain safe from l'Thought Police," The House Sub-Committee
on Un-American Activities saw to that and the House Sub-Committee
on Communist Intervention in the Nuclear Freeze Movement contin-
ues their worls.
Orwell's 1984 postulated a 'Ministry of Truth"1 only the govern-
ment's 'ltruths" reached the people. Our nation remains free from
such manipulation. Voluntary prayer and Creationism will not invade
our classrooms. Moral values are lsept out of school, and will not
influence the proper teaching of sex education, literature, and histo-
ry, The educators continue their valiant efforts to prevent anything
from impinging upon their teaching of secular humanism,
America also remains free of the infamous "Newspeals", the
incomprehensible language of bureaucrats and the meaningless bob-
ble of the uneducated.
Meanwhile, the American government fighs for freedom around
the world. We have had what President Carter called . . incom-
plete success" sometimes, but we have had success as well. The
American invasion of Grenada is such a success story. Though it was
necessary to ban the press while troops made Grenada safe for
freedom, and though, as one general commented, Uwe weren't
micromanaging Grenada intelligence-wise until about that time
frame" freedom and clarity triumphed,
Asked to comment upon Orwell, Newspeals, and 1984, Fox stu-
dents offered these responses1 l'The girl was spaz," said Scott Barger,
Chris Reifschneider said "raise off, this is hoser stuff" and an unidenti-
fied female remarl-red Hlilse Orwell goes, 'Everybody tallss New-
speal4, l'm sure. What a dork!"
ln the end, one can not but conclude that freedom has indeed
won. Free from Otwellion horrors, we 'scoff at Big Brother and
Newspeals. The Socio-Politico pseudo-entity U.5,A. is double plus un-
, 5 1
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Are you in favor of fhe Legolfzorion on por? I'No, I don't need pot to get
No No Commenf
approve of drinking? I'lf vve didn't drink, we would all dry up."
No No Comment
rrusr rhe Presioenf of rhe US? "I have to, he still owes me
Do you plon ro marry in the next 5 yeors? 'Il don't plan on it, but I
wouIdn't fight it."
Yes No No Comment
SOM 511, 181,
Do you plan ro marry in the next 10 years? "I plan to marry after I finish
college and career is well under way."
Yes No No Commenr
6273 172 21?-J
Kelly Reese does not favor legalizing por because "it makes people do crazy things."
At right, Michelle Riebold and Robin Johnson.
Stacy Gibbs f
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Adam Miller: Piano
. Kim Ochs
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There are some rhings eyeryoody knows aaour
Adam Miller, He was Fox's rhird runner ar rhe Srare cross
counrry meer rhis year. He is a good srudenr, in rhe
upper lforh of rhe Junior class. He is also known ro be
somerhing of a compurer whiz Whar many people
don'r know is rhar Adam is one heck of a piano player.
In his 12 years of work ar rhe keyboard Adam has
won many honors, He wan firsr place ar Fonraonne
College's Bi-Srare comperirion. He gor a 'one' ar rhe Srare
Music Fesrival his freshman year, and has done well or
rhe Stare comperirion rhe Iasr rwo years as well. Adam
has played ar rhe Clayron Young Arrisr Chrisrmas perfor-
mance rhe Iasr rwo years, rhough one year he gor
ready ro play and announced his piece during rhe
prayer. 'll rhoughr rhey were done," he explained.
Miller is yersarile, our like all good pianisrs he has a
classical base. He admirs rhaf he likes playing classical
music more rhan lisrening ro ir, Adam also enjoys jazz,
and works wirh his grandfarher's band. "They play pop
music as well as walrzes and polkasf' Adam also enjoys
playing rhe work of pop arrisrs like Billy Joel and Barry
Manilow. "Early Manilow sruff," he srresses.
'll like performing Desi," Adam said, "lr's kind of a
rhrill. Eyeryoodys lisrening ro you. lr's a way to show
how you feel aaour, or how you inrerprer a piece."
Asked if he rhinks playing rhe piano has helped him
personally he said, "lr's made ir easier ro handle pres-
sure. Afrer so long, l srill ger nervous our I know how ro
handle ir, My hands don'r shake anymore, now my leg
does." Miller has some pragmaric ideas aoour his ralenr
"lr's my aesr hope for a college scholarship,"
140 - Juniors
don'r rhinls o womon
will become presidenr
in rhe neor fururef'
Hove you reod George Orwells 1984? "George who?
YE5 No No C ommenr
281, 711, VZ,
Would you like ro ride
fonrosric experience! "
631, STX, 5'Z,
in rhe Spoce Shuffle? Thor wouid be o
Would you vore for o womon presldenriol condidore? I wouldnr
vore for her simply becouse she wos o womon Bur if she hod oil rhe
necessory ouolificorions - you ber!"
Yes No No Commenr
651, 151, 1641,
Would you Nghr for your counfryP "
reosons why- Ijusr would."
Yes No No Commenr
651, 151, 211,
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Above - When osked if he would yore for o womon presidenr,
Vince Vondoveer replied "no,"
Right - "I'm going crozy, get me our of here"' grimoces John
Polmer in Sponish closs
i con'r give you ony porrioric
Do you beieye in God? I rhinls God is rhe embodimenr
of mon's ioeos of whor rhe world shouio be
1 2 Juniors
Yes No No C ommenf
871, 881, 71,
Are you in fovor ofPremor1foIsex9 I wouldn I Isnow
Yes No No Commenr
4842, 8841, 20
Are you in fovor of Co,o1folpunfshmenf9 If They Con Isill
they Con be Isiiled
Yes No No Commenr
562, 293, 15fZ, V-
Are you in foyor of oborf1on9 No I rhinls ir is morolly
Yes No No C ommenf
QW, 652, 152,
Are you in foyor of eouo! righrs for women? Im IO
fovor of eoool responsibility for women
Yes No No Commenr
571, 2141, 220
Top - "I foyor eouoi righrs for women because rhey hoye rhe
some responsibiliries os men commenrs Korlo De Noroie
Righr - Woiring for heip in rhe Iibrory ore Denise Moil ond Sherri
Below - "Friendship lilse ours is
hord ro find," ogree Rurh
Simpson ond Liso Srerling.
For righr- "lr rolses
figure our Mr Allsires'
resr," commenrs Kurt
Are you lonely? "Terriblyl"
Y95 No No Commenf
1452, 77CX-, 141,
Are you hoppy wfrh your llfe?' l ve reolly been working on being
hoppy. Somerinnes problems srill ger me down bur l rn gemng berrer
or hondling them."
ls beoufy only slsfn deep? "No, bur slsin sure loolss good on beouriful
Yes No No Commenr
842 OCZ, 14?-s
Do you love your porenrs? "They re super'
Yes No No Commenr
917, OZ OCX,
yes NO No Commenr
C352 502 12?
Do you believe rhor money folks? All The lime
Yes NO No C ofnmenr
78 A-s 162 6 A
senior closs of 1984
Pgul Adler Mllse Alello Loorerro Allen
Kerry Arrnor Boo Arnold Sue Arnold
A- X 9' rl
Tornffy Bolser Tlno Bollefer Donlel Bolfner
Cnrlsroone Dowd Loorle Beoro Snoron Decner
Ronoy Belleyzlle Pnll Belrnor Turn Dolllngron
Mllse Allen Pornelo Allen Donno' Anderson
Terry Arnold Clnoy Arlslng Debore Aooocnon
l4o'ny Borbogolo Mnl4e Dorrlerr Rlro Borrow
Tlrn Bedwell Rebecco Deel Ronolcl Blrd
Klnn Blrlsner Snoron Dlrrnlngnorn
Senlors - M5
Bryoo Bknck Doo BWOIV Todd Blweo Rodney Boorwwgm Boon J. Bode Mime' Boehner
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Kms Boesrog Peony Bogoe Chrwsnoo Bolhoger Sreohome Bond Scorr Boooe Gerold DOUCVTOVU
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Km Boolwofe Mwchoel Boushey Begmne Bowen Scorr Bowen Brenda Bowuog Jeff Boyd
Crcmg Brrokley Beclsi Bruolsmom Tim Broclshous AWG UVOWKW Debbie Drowo Down Bfcwmog
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Eric Broggemoo Corus Bunch Foro Cordioole Pool Conrom SVOCGY COVVOB RGQWO COVVGV
146 - Semofs
Gwoo Chodevme Down Eosr Cheofhofv Dwoywe Uwe Dowo Gomoger KOM Gore Rmb Oooger
Povy Coors Sreve Cobefg MYCVwoeN Coemow MWCDQIEE Cobefooo Km' Co'Me' Doon Cook
Horns Cook Morroew Cook KW Cooley Deofo Lee Come!! Mwche-Nle Coroocw Sheffy Cofoero
Vloger Courrwoy Dowd Cfosg Kevm Crowford Dwooe Cross Kovhr Crorchley Duomo Cumoimghom
CVONQ CWMOWSN l-OVW DODDQDUVQ ROD Doogoerry Sqorr Dowosoo Dems Dows lO'T'V'W9 Dovms
Semors - 147
lulue Dayls Parry Dayls
Dayld Deveydr Dayud DlOfl'lODd
Dlll Dorsey Marls Darson
Tlna Eddlngrdn Tarnrny Edwards
Llsa Ennls LeAnn Facerrl
8 - Senlars
Vance DeGeare Sreye Deadlre Dull Denman ROL-,lm Derrer
Usa Dlerrlcn Par Dlffey Andrea Daerre Dara Dalde
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Keyun Douglas Deseree Drlyer Renea Dwyer Mellnda Easrerwood
Y . ,.
Llsa Enrenrelcn Rude Elsenbels .Monre Elders Larry Elluar
Jayne Faller Jann Farley Cannle Farrar Scarf Felry
Laura Frm Cmdy Frscher Jeff Frscher Karen Fiaharr Mrchelle Framrr' Kem Florroa
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Dale Fruegge Sue Fox Br!! Frar'ey Harry FVEGMOG Mrlee Frczrer Dave Fraze'
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Nararre Faaac Emraerr Gcaay Was Gamarmo Jrm Gamgroff Jam Garwgroff Darrrw Garaaer
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Dom Gasrrerch Jrfe Garewaaa Gam: Ge-rrz Krm George Tam George Terry Graaar
Dawn Grbtn Bryan Gre' Aware Glaser Jaeaay Grass Lawy Graham Dcwe Grassacm
Luso Grnffrrb Jerwmfer Grrmmerr Qerglqj Gnyngm
Doug Gorderw Doug Gordommer Jrm GOUNG
Keym Hodley Lusb Hadley Some HONG'
MncbeMe Horwrwucie Amro Homrscblse Terre!! Harper
Sborom Horcber Dual Hobsobrf Bob Hbwism
150 - Semors
Gmo Gross Lnrudo Grzyb Sandy Godsey
Morr Gbeblser Jobrw Gurfey LeeArwrw Hobbs
Webby Hob Mrlse HOVTYYWQVS Gmger Hobcbde
Roxorwrwe Horrob Joe Horns Roche! Horrmorwrw
Sue Herne Muse HGWVWOOCHGV Dworrwe Hermbrwb
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Bob Hern Sreve HoMond
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Kelrh I-JoJmes Veronuco Holrnwon Elwzobefh Hudson Dofboro HUGH
Kwnwberiy Hurr Mom Hurchxnson Dodene Horse!! Cwndy Jssoc Memsso Jssocs Kevxn Jocobs
Boro Jornes Dole JOPDGS
Mory Johnson Srocey Johnson
Keurh Jensen WCM Jensen Poo! Johns Gwno Johnson
Trocey Johnson Down Jordon Kenny Jordon Sherry Just
Sreve Koufmonn Pool Keonng
Jam Kendo!! Looro Kesrernfvonr Don Kwncomo Kelly Kung
John Krrners Porry Kroe-ppeJ
Poge Kowolslsr Roorn Krerzer
Evo Logoge Jeff LoJJy
Korny LOSCJWJSS Grdger Loorenr
Koren Le-Lond Ron Lernnwons
52 - Senrors
Donrel J4oenJer Johe Kory Joy Kovorrk
Donno Kroopo Todo J4LJQJer ROUGH Kupferer Krrn Loch
Morry Lomb Je-ff Lono Sreve Lo'orro Kerrrn Lormn
MJCHGJG LOWSOVW John Leocn Mrcne-!Je Leor Dono Leory
Jonn Leonord Terry Lesrer Ryan Lewrs Brion Lexo
V. 4 fx
Helly Lexo Dm Lwpmo Becw LLQSLOSNS4 Lon Lwe-ly L50 Lwmgsfoh Doo Lomdfm
Pcrroc Lovc Kew Lmdefs Kuff L B03 Mgfwgwew RQQAQV Moc" DQS-X9 MCT!-JQS?
Defry Mcrcee Norma Mcrcee Cwoy Mcfxef L50 MCVSCHQW Dew-L5 MC"fX View Mcrfn
Mme Morry Low Movwews Rwcrworo Momews Wmde! Meme-5 Jgfmeg More Cymmc Moyoew'
Teffy Mdlfce- my MQCCAO She" MCC we Vg MQDOHOLC Mwcbexe MQGQ'-.-, JOM MCMCHOQQ
J z ""'-
Scorr Meodows Bob Medlln Sondy Meuser Brendo Meler Denise Melton Mllse Mercer
. 4 ,
Gene Mesploy Dorry Meyer Roberr Meyer Mory Bern Mules Debby Muller 50,1 Mmef
Terry Muller Wendy Miller Blll Malls Tons Mlner John Mlnogue Don Mobley
Bill Moore Mngsy Moore Dove Money Tommy Morley Bruce Moms Suge Mgmgon
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Kelly Morrow John Morse Mory Muehlhouser Bondy Murphy Donna Noromore Sreve Nelson
Mwlse Nevwes Tefeso Nwcisless Scorr Notxlm
Korhy O'Bnem Kelly OHOVO
Afwgec Ofcfwsw Wm Oroece Afo Ove" Mgng Dgfrg
Dove Pc"e'sce Momc Pec'e'r
Amorec Pefwbermy Norway Perwms Tm Dgfry View P'c4f Tm Pwchc Sreve Pvc
Machine! Power Paulo Powre Tom Pohrre Keren Pooreg
Poqe Jeomme Power
Befh Porrs Kms Powdlxe Shelry Powe-H Mon Powers Dove Prwrr Umm Qurfw
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Tefry Rcdke Bmw Rode Cherxe Remo Teresa Home Tomy Ronge John Rowve
2 ,. 1
Barb Rew Comme Re-ass Sgorr Rzchcrdsofw Debtnue Vlwcsmoe Mvchelbe Ney
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M1 Schmwdr Greg Scrum!! Show Scorf Debtme See Kem SeHers Sgorr Semgef
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Gene Shemron Sreve Sherrm DOJ Sukorsm Eddle Skaggs Owomes Srmrr CVWOY Sew'
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Dofvoe Tcey Srweffy TCVGAVS Cvcves Toy 0' Roeoc Teff' Becey More use Vomc
erry Thomas Julie Thomas Kam Thomas Klrls Thomas Tracey Thomas Laha Thrawer
Bobble Tlprah Brlah Tlproh Sharl Taehhles Laura Tarode Jae Trehr Sherry Treow
Rob Tullaclf Mlchelle Turhbaugh Tracey Vahce Valerre Vah Cleaye Tlm Varga KENNY Vaaghh
Greg Wallfer Ahlra Wamhoff Johh Ward Tina Ward Greg Wearherfora Jlm Webb
158 - Sehlors
Llsa Webb Julle Weber Llsa We-del Llhaa Welsler Sreye Wells Tarago Wrrrel
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Berh Wilkerson Bob Wulluoms
Dowd Wmworrws Greg Wdhorrws Mwcheile Wulhoms Sue Wwlvoms Terrr Wwlnoms Terry Wwlhorrws
Robyn Walls Kyle Wwsorw Rondo Wwsom Mecmo Wfmiselmomm Tommy Wurvers Korhy Wwsrwewskw
Brndgefre Wood Mickey Wrvgrwr Trm Wymore Deori Wrsdom Sondra Young Tomy Zowrz
John Zeurwer Ke-vm Zoellmer
Sewgrg - 159
AoovefHere ore some of rne
X'Mccno Men 0' Fox" Senmors
Sreve Wnvre, Don Dwosernnon,
Mme Boosney, Dove Pun Movy
Hdefe. Econ Wneof, dong Wmfn
Jonuors Jerry Eo'on ond Dowe
RwgnfSenofs Loorc Byrne and
Mons Dorion owsomy rnewr
freoosrmp on owcnxe Coy
WOO -' Senmors
U Lefr, Senxor Mwlse Frozmer roocnes up on nxs suoero orr work
'alyluii Be!ow, 'Anorner exonng ooy wn shop" for Senror Geroid Cnnsrnnon, Jonn Goss ond Torn Pee!
Above Rxgnr Tne Tnree Moskefeefg sfwse ogow
Ngnr Senwor Rwds Gcrnomno rnel!owxnQ our offer o nord
MIKE AIELLO Honors Arr, Sr T-Shirr Designer
MIKE ALLEN Mens Choir, Foorboll
LAURE TTA ALLEN Girls Glee, Soph. Choir
DANNA ANDERSON Concerr Choir, Soph. Choir, Sr. Girls
Glee, Vico, Honors Algebro ll
Kerry Armor Bond
SUSAN ARNOLD Boslserboll, Volleyboll, Trocls
ROBERT TODD ARNOLD DECA
TERR Y ARNOLD
CINDY ATKINS FHA, VICA
DEBBIE AUBUCHON Mixed Chorus, Jr, Girls Glee
MAR YANN BAILEY
TAMMY BAKER DECA, Girls Glee, Soph Choir
KA THY BARBAGALLO
UNA BARRETT DECA, FHA
MICHAEL BARTLETT AP Colculus, Science Club
RITA BARTON FHA, Jr. Achieyemenr
MARY BEAKLE Y Jr Girls Glee
LAURIE BEARD Honors Arr
BRYAN BECK Powerlifring
TMA BEDWELL Honors Choir, Concerr Choir
BECKY BEEL Germon Club 2 yrs, Srudenr of rhe Monrh
RANDALL BELL VILLE Choir 2 yrs
PHIL BELMAR Honors Arr
CHER YL ANN BENTLEY Jr. Girls Glee
KIM BIRKNER Honors Arr, News Ediror Voice Poper, Jr.
Cobiner, Sr Cobiner, Colendor Girl 1984
SHARON BIRMINGHAM DECA, Jr Cobiner
Bryon BLACK Honors Algebro, Mens Choir, Honors Choir
JULIE BLACK Choir, FHA, Speech, Rodio G TV, Trocls
TODD BLIVEN Soccer 2 yeors
RODNE Y BOA TWRIGHT VICA
BRIAN J BOCK Lerrermons, FCA, VICA, Foorboll,
MIKE BOEHNER Lerrermons, FCA, Doseboll, Foorboll, 88-
KR6 BOESING FHS
PENNY BOGUE VICA
CHRBNNE BOLLINGER Science Club, FHA, Deco
STEPHANIE BOND French Club, Scholor Quiz, Yeorbools
SCOTT BOONE Honors Arr, Wrestling 1 yr
KIM BOUL WARE DECA
MICHAEL BOUSHE Y
REGENE BOWEN Honors Algebro ll, Honors Americon
Lirerorure, Honors English, Dromo, Sofrboll, Soccer
BRENDA BOWLING Symphonic Bond, Sr Girls Glee, Choir
JEFF BOYD Honors Trng, Honors Colculus, Sponish Club,
Science Club, Trocls, Bosl-:erboll
NM BROCKHAUS College Prep 162, Lerrermons Club,
Boslserboll 2 yrs
DEBBIE BROWN TGI 83-84
ERIC BRUGGEMAN Doseboll, Foorboll
LAURA BYRNE Winrer Coronorion Queen, Trocls 6 Cross
Counrry C3 yrs.
SCOTT CAREY Trocls
PAUL CARITONI FHA
KIM CARL TON DECA
STACE CARRON DECA
KM4 CHAPMAN DECA, Soph, Cobiner, Cheerleoding
DA WN CHEATHAM Sruco, Jr. Cobiner, Lerrermons Club,
TONY CHIL TON
DWA YNE CLINES
DA WN CLONINGER
KALI CLORE Bond
PA TTI COA TS
JENNIFER COCKRIEL Dromo Club, Cheerleoding, Pom
Souod, French Club,
MICHELLE COLEMAN DECA, VICA, Sruco, Soph Closs
Rep, Jr. Closs Rep.
KUR WS COOK Troclx
MATT COOK Soccer 2 yrs
KM4 COOLEY FCA, Choir, Girls Glee
STACE Y COOPER Pom-Pons, Concerr Choir, Science Club,
Speech G Debore, Dromo Club
DEBRA CORDELL Germon Club, Lerrermons Club, DECA,
FHA, Doslxerboll, Troclx
ROGER COUR TWAY Wresrling
DA VID CRAIG AP Colculus'
DIANE CROSS Sruco, Vorsiry Soccer Srorisricion
KATHY CRUTCHLE Y DECA, Troclc, Cross Counrry
DIANN CUNNINGHAM French 1 yr, Boslserboll 2 yrs
CRAIG CWIKLOWSKIDosIserboll, Boseboll
SCOTT DANIELS Arnold Weorher Cenrer
LARR Y DANNENBERG
JOHN DA 77LLO
ROB DAUGHTER TY Honors Algebro ll, AP Colculus, NHS,
Lerrermons, Dromo, Thespion, Science Club, Boslserboll,
Boseboll, Senior Closs Vice-Presldenr
MARK DAUGHTER TY Trocls, Bond, Choir
JULIE DA V6 FHA
TAMMIE DA VIS French Club 1 yr,, Sruco 2 yrs., DECA,
Soph. Choir, Choir
PA TTY DA V6
DENN6 DA V6
JM4 DA V6
SCOTT DA V6
VINCE DEGEARE Chess Club, Science Club, Lirerorure
Club, Scholor Quiz, NHS, Honors Algebro ll, Honors
College Prep, Honors Trig, Trocls, Cheerleoding
ANGIE DEGONM DECA
JODI DELANE FHA 1 yr., Sofrboll 1 yrs, Trocls 2 yrs.
BILL DENMAN VICA, Wresrling
DA VID DE VEDYT Honors Algebro ll, AP Colculus, Honors
College Prep, Lerrermons Club, Boslserboll, Trocle
DA VID DMMOND Foorboll, DECA
DANNY DICKERMAN Soph Cobiner, Foorboll
Llso DIETRICH NHS, German Club, Sruco, Boslxerboll,
Honors Arr, Americon Lir, AP English
PA T DIFFE Y
ANDREA DOERR AP English, Honors Americon Lir ,
Honors College Prep, Morching Bond, Symphonic Bond
BARBARA DOLDE Sr Girls Glee
BILL DORSE Y
DANA DOUGLAS Bond, Trocls
DESEREE DRIVER Sponish Club, Lerrermons, Choir, Sr Girls
RENEA DWYER Sruco, Bond, PomfPons
DEREK EA VES
UNA EDDINGTON BOE, Sruco, Jr. Achievemenr, Jr
Cobiner, Boslserboll, Sofrboll
LEA EHRENREICH Honor Sociery, Germon Club, Jr Girls
RICK EBENBEB FCA, Lerrermons, Sruco, Foorboll, Trocls,
Jr, Closs Vice-Presidenr
LLSA ENN6 AP Biology, Honors College Prep, Honors
Americon Lir , Soph Cobiner, Jr Cobiner, Sr Cobiner,
French Club, Scholor Quiz, VlCA, Vorsiry Bond,
LEANN FALCETTI Honors Algebro Il, Germon Club, Scholor
Quiz, Bond, Soph. Choir, Sr. Girls Glee, Speech G Debore
JA YNE FALLER FHA
JOHN FARLE Y
CONNIE FARRAR Honors Algebro II, Lerrermons Club,
SCOTT FEL TY Mens Choir
MIKE FE Y
JEFF HSCHER VICA, Sruco, Soccer
Senior Index 1o1
CINDY HSCHER VICA
KAREN FLAHARTSoph Cabinet, Stuco, Pom-Pans, Band,
MICHELLE FLAMM Cheerleading
DALE FLUEGGE DECA
SUE FOX DECA, FHA, Softball
BILL FRALEY German Club, Stuco, Scholar Quiz, Concert
Choir, Honor choir, Symphonic Band, Jazz Band
TERRY FRANCB Data Processing, VlCA
DA VE FRAZIER
MICHELLE FRAZIER Honors Art
HOLL Y FREEMAN DECA
NA TALIE FUQUA Honors Algebra ll, Honors Analytical
Geometry, AP Biology, Honors American Lit., Honors
College Prep, Lettermans Club, French Club, Track,
RODNE Y GSELL Wrestling
EMMETT GADDY Honors Algebra ll, Honors Calculus,
Honors College Prep, French Club, Science Club, Scholar
JOHN GANGLOFF FCA, DECA, Lettermans, Football,
JM4 GANGLOFF FCA, DECA, Lettermans, Football,
MARY GAPSCH DECA
GAIL GEITZ Honors Art, BOE
BRYAN GIER Wrestling C3 yrs?
JOHNNY GLASS Wrestling 3 years, Football 3 years
DOUG GOLDAMMER Stuco, FCA, Baseball, Football,
JM4 GOULD VICA 1 yr, Manager Volleyball 1 yr
LARRY GRAHAM Basketball, Baseball
DA XVN GRASSHAM VICA
LBA GRIFHTH Stuco, DECA
DANNETTE GRWM VICA
GINA GROSS Stuco, Senior Cabinet, Homecoming Queen
MATT GUELKER Lettermans, DECA, Soccer
LISA HADLE Y Honors College Prep., Honors American
Lit., AP Biology, AP English, Advanced Chemistry
KEVIN HADLE Y
MICHELLE HANNICK Honors Algebra ll, Honors College
Prep, VICA, Softball, Basketball
ANITA HANTSCHKE DECA, Scholar Quiz, German Club,
Stuco, Girls Glee
ROXANNE HARRAH DECA
JOSEPH HARRB DECA, Football
CHRB HAR T DECA
RACHEL HARTMANN Spanish Club, Track
SHARON HA TCHER NHS, Scholar Quiz, Band
BOB HA WKINS DECA, Wrestling
SCOTT HHGER T
SUZANNE HEINE DECA, Band, Mcgorette
MIKE HELMBACHER Football, Track
GENE HENSLE Y FHA
KEITH HOLMES FCA, Track, Football
VERONICA HOL TMAN FHA -
MARK HUTCHBON VlCA 1 yr,
CINDY BAAC Honors College Prep, Lettermens Club,
Softball, VlCA, Speech
MBSY BSACS Lettermens, Cheerleading
KEVIN JACOBS Football, Wrestling, Lettermens, VICA
BARB JAMES Stuco, Sr Cabinet
DALE JAMES FCA 3 yrs , Lettermans, Football 2 yrs.,
STACE Y JOHNSON Honors College Prep, Spanish Club
GINA JOHNSON VICA, German, Cheerleading
TRACE Y JOHNSON Honors College Frep, AP Biology,
Spanish Club, Scholar Quiz
SHERRY JUST DECA, Stuco, FHA, Cheerleading
STEVE KAUFMANN Chess Club, German Club, Wrestling
PAUL KEA IVNG
MA TT KELLENBURGER
LAURA KESTERMONT Super Warrior January '83, Super
Warrior Of The Year 82-83, FHA President 83-84
C YNDY KIPHAR T
PA TTY KLOEPPEL FHA
DANIEL KOHLER NHS, Science Club, Spanish Club
JULIE KORYFrench Club, Stuco, NHS, AP Biology,
JAY KOVARIK FCA, Lettermans, Baseball
PAGE KOXVALSKI Honors Algebra ll, AP Calculus, Honors
American Lit, Honors College Prep., Concert Band,
Pom-Pans, Scholar Quiz, NHS,
ROBIN KRETZER DECA 82-83, VICA 8384
DONNA KROUPA Stuco
TODD KUGLER DECA
ROBERT KUPFERER AP Calculus, AP Club, Math Club,
German Club, NHS
KIM LACH VICA, Cheerleading
JEFF LALLYYearbook Staff '84, Lettermans Club,
Basketball, Baseball, Football '80
MAR TY LAMB Lettermans Club, Cross-Country
RODNE Y LAMMERTLettermons Club, Football 80-81,
JEFF LAND VICA, TGI
MICHELE LAWSON Jr, Cabinet, Yearbook Staff
MICHELLE LEAR Girls Glee, Concert Choir
DANA LEARYLettermans, Volleyball, Basketball, Golf
CARLA LEE TGI ,
KAREN LELAND FCA, Drama Club, Dungeons G Dragons
RON LEMONS VICA, JA., Football, Track
TERRY LESTER Drama Club Vice-President, Concert Choir
President, Mens Choir President, Honor Choir B yrs, All
District Choir, Guys G Dolls
RYAN LEXWS FCA, Lettermans, Football, Baseball,
KELL Y LEXA
DAN LIPINA VICA, Bond
BECK Y LIPSINSK Y BOE, French Club
LORI ANN LIVELY
BOBBY LONDON Concert Choir
TRICM LOYD AP Biology, Spanish Club, NHS, Concert
KEITH LUADERS FCA, Football
BOB MAHONE Y VICA, TGl, Band
RODNE Y MALOTT
TONY MANHA Honors Algebra ll, Trig 8 Calculus, VICA
NORMA MARCEE Library Worker 2 yrs, 83-84 HA-KO
GNDY MARLER VICA
LBA MARSCHEL FCA, FHA
RAY MARTIN DECA, FCA, Lettermans, Football
MIKE MAR TY
LORRI MA THE WS DECA, Stuco, Pam-Pons
RICHARD MA THE WS Basketball, Lettermans, NHS,
DA VID MA THB
CYNTHIA MA YBERRY DECA
TERRY MC BRIDE
TAMMIE MC CANDLESS DECA, Volleyball, Soccer,
Calendar Girl 1984
RON MC CANN Honors Algebra ll, Honors American Lit ,
AP Biology G Calculus
SHERRI MC CLURE DECA, Track, Drama, Girls Glee
MARK MC CLURE
LBA MC CORD DECA
VALERIE MC DONALD STUCO, Yearbook, Band
DAREN MC FARLAND
KA THY MC KINNE Y DECA
CHRIS MC KNIGHT DECA
JOE MC MAHAN
162 Senior index
JOHN MC MICHAEL
MICHELLE MCGRAW DECA, TGI.
SCOTT MEADOWS Honors American Lit , Spanish Club,
Scholar Quiz, Football
BOB MEDLIN Stuco
BRENDA MEIER NHS, Spanish Club, Volleyball, Track
DENBE MEL TON Track, Basketball
ROBERTMEYER CYC, TEC, Honors Art
BARR Y MEYER
JM4 MIKEL Choir
MAR Y BETH MILES
WENDY MILLER VICA, Cheerleading
DEBB Y MILLER Cheerleading
GAIL MILLER Lettermans, NHS, Sr. Girls Glee,
TERR Y MILLER
BILL MILLS VICA, TGI, Spanish Club
TONI MINER Racquetball
DAN MOBLE Y VICA, Soccer
MBSY MOORE FHA, DECA, Band, Choir
BILL MOORE Debate G Speech
TAMMY MORLE Y
SUSIE MORRBON FHA, Stuco, DECA, Soccer
KELL Y MORROW DECA
JOHN T MORSE
LARR Y MOSS
SANDY MUSER FHA, Choir
DONNA NARAMORE STUCO 1 yr, DECA 2 yrs ,Poms
STEVE NELSON AP Biology, German Club, Football,
MIKE NETTLES Band, Choir, STUCO, Speech
ANGIE ORANSK Y BOE
ARLO OVIA TT
STEVE PA YNE
MARIA PEDRETTI French Club, Yearbook 1 yr, VICA,
ANDREA PENBER THY
NANCY PERKINS Varsity Band, Poms
WCKE Y PFAFF BOE
TTM PICHA DECA, Honors College Prep, NHS
STEVE PIVA Honors Algebra ll, Band
MICHAEL POINTER Voice Newspaper, Speech, Choir,
Honors College Prep
TOM POLE TTE
KAREN POORES Honors Art, Basketball Manager
LLSA POTJE DECA, Volleyball
BETH POTTS BOE, Varsity G Concert Band
KRBTA POURGLLIE DECA
SHELLE Y POWELL Honors College Prep, AP English,
STUCO, Poms, NHS, Soph Choir, 1984 Calendar Girl
Senior Class Secretary
DA VE PRUITT Football, Powerlifting, Track
JUDITH PTASZNIK NHS
RON PUMFRE Y
THERESA PURSIFULL DECA
BRIAN OUINN VICA
TERRY BRADKE VICA
BRIAN RADLE Track, Cross Country
DA VID REECE
CONNIE REBS Concert Choir, Honors Choir, Calendar Girl
1084, Soph Chair, Editor-in-Chief 1984 HA-KO
SCOTT RICHARDSON Football, Wrestling
WRGINIA ROLAND NHS, Concert Choir, Soccer, Softball
MATTHEW ROYAL Honors Art, Yearbook Cover '84
DIANE SALSMAN DECA, Lettermens, STUCO, NHS, Softball
2 yrs, Track 8 yrs, Cheerleading 8 yrs, Homecoming
JACOUELINE SARK6 DECA, Volleyball, Soccer
LBA SA WDY
PATRICK SCHAUB NHS, Scholar Quiz, Science Club,
Speech G Debate
C YNDE SCHLOSSER
JILL SCHMIDT DECA
GEORGE SCHMIDT German Club, Football
CHERRIE SCHMIDT DECA, German Club
KENT SELLERS DECA
SCOTT SENGER Soccer, Men's Choir
GLEN SHEL TON
DEBBIE SMITH FHA ,
SALLY SNEED Yearbook 1 yr, Spanish Club 1 yr, BOE
DENBE SOLLERS Spanish Club, NHS, Lettermens,
TERRY ST JOHNS Track, Soccer, Lertermens
JOANN STALLARD FHA
DIANE STRECKFUSS Honors Algebra ll, Honors College
Prep, Honors Amer Lit, AP Biology, AP English, Soph
Junior G Senior Class President, NHS VicefPtes, Drama
Club Pres, Thespion Pres, STUCO, Forensic Pres, Scholar
Quiz, Literary Club, 1984 Calendar Girl, Yearbook 1 yr,
SuperWarrior 1982, Cheerleader 1 yr, Soph Pilgrimmage,
Most Valuable Member- Speech G Debate, NCTE Writing
Contest, Se. Danforth Seminar, State Leadership Seminar,
Finalist-US Senate Youth Program
JOCEL YN STOCK WELL BOE, Drama Club,Honors Algebra ll
BARBIE STRONG Honors Algebra ll, Honors Trig, Honors
College Prep, Honors Amer Lit, AP Biology, NHS,
STUCO, German Club, Honors Calculus
LINDA STUCKMEYER Honors Calculus, Trig, Algebra ll,
Soph G Junior Cabinet, NHS, Band, Poms
JMA SWEENE Y Honors Algebra ll, French Club, Football,
FCA, Track, Wrestling
DAMON TALLE Y Football, Concert Choir, Soph, Choir
TRACE Y THOMAS DECA, JV Band
JERRY THOMAS FCA, Jazz Band, Soccer, Baseball, Football
LANA THROWER Spanish Club
JOE TREAT VICA
ALERIE VAN CLEA VE Track
TERRY WA TKINS Football
LLSA WEBB Drama Club, Spanish Club, STUCO, Thespion
Society, Senior Cabinet
JAMES WEBB DECA
TINA WERYSenior Girls Glee
KIRK WESTMORELAND DECA, Football
TRA VLS WHITTLE Y
BETH WILKERSON German Club, Honors Amer. Lit,
DA VID LEE MLLMMS Soccer Manager
SUSAN XWLLIAMS DECA
TERRY WILLIAMS VICA, Wrestling, Soph Choir
TERRI WILLIAMS Track, Volleyball, Basketball
RONDA WILSON AP Biology, Spanish Club, Basketball
KYLE WILSON Lettermens, FCA, Football, Baseball
MEONA WINKELMANN AP Biology, DECA, FHA, NHS,
Senior Girls Glee
TAMMY MNTERS VICA
MICKEY WRIGHT Lettermens, Wrestling
SANDY YOUNG DECA, Spanish Club, Drama Club
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Tonighr We Celebrore
The 1984 Prom courr us os follows Iefr ro
righr, Dionne Solsmoh ond Lorry Grohom,
Kim Birkner ond Rob Dougherry, Vkerirung
Kung ond Queen Denise Erxleben ond
Tom Pummilt, Gino Gross ond Jim
Sweeney, Connie Forror ond Terry
Gubbor, Down Jordon ond Roy Morran.
172 - Prom
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Tuxedos for women? Mory Johnson ond Mory MUeh!houser
begin o new rrend in Prom rhreods,
"Mike nsn'r roo bod of 0 doncerf' soid Junnor Ruth Sampson of
her dore Mn-ze Boehner "He's no Mnchoel Joclason though "
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The 1984 Junior4Senior Prom was held ar rhe Counrry Manor House.
"Tonighr We Celebrare Our Love," was rhe rheme song rhar evening on
April 28rh, Prom King Jim Sweeney and Prom Queen Gina Gross began
rhe dancing afrer coronarion, Due TO a record crowd and large hoopsl-zirrs
rhe dance floor became a bir roo cozy, however, no one seemed ro
mind. One person remarlsed, "lr was more exciring thai way because
everybody was so close. You could dance wirh everybody ar rhe same
rime. You didn'r have rhe chance ro feel srupid dancing by yourself," The
1984 was a nighr ro remember and a definire fun-filled evening for all
Gina Gross and Jim Seeney were crowned Prom King and Queen for 1984
"Dancing was a blasrf' said senior Randy Belleville Below righr, many couples swing ro
popular sounds of Michael Jaclason, Loverboy and Culrure Club
Above Mike Miller displays rhe proper Prom arrire of rhe year
Everybodys crazy 'bour a sharp dressed man
girlfriend Eva Laggage Cseniorl
Lefr, "Eva loolsed beauriful on Prom nighrf' said senior Milse Nerrles of his
Seniors Picls The
BIGGEST CHA TTERBOX
Bobbi Tipton, Tim Picho
Sherri McClure, Milse Pointer '
PRE TTIES T HAIR
Shelley Powell, Dole Jomes
BEST IN ART
Kim Birlsner, Milse Froizure
PRE TUEST SMILE
MOST VUDIOU5 Gino Gross, Doug Golden
"""""""""". Sherri McClure, Kevin Jocobs
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Dione Srreclsfuss, Tim Sommers
Korhfwisnewslsi, Por Schoub
SHOR TES T
Michele Lowson, Windel Morhis
Rochel I-lorrmon, Kevin Jocoos
174 - Superlorives
Gino Gross, Lorry Grohom
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Gino Gross, Tim Broclshous
BIGGEST FLIR T
Reneo Dwyer, John Gongloff
Connie Reiss, Arlo Oviorr
PRE T77ES T EYES
Louro Byrne, SVG-V6 Lorroro BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER
'UTES T COUPLE
Forror, Terry Gibbor
Julie Kory, Don Mobley
BEST IN DRAMA
Connie Reiss, Terry Lesrer
Tommi Mcondless, John
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Connie Reiss, Terry Lesrer
Liso Dierrich, Dove Devydr
MOST A THLENC
Sue Arnold, Jim Sweeney
Kim Birlsner, BJ Dock
FUNNIES T LAUGH
Shelley Powell, Jim Sweeney
BEST TN BAND
Virginio Rolond, Rob Dougherry
MOST SH Y
Liso Hodley, Rich Morhews
Lindo Gryzb, Sreve Wells
"We visired Friririer
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Seniors deporred in Moy for o four-doy rrio
ro Wolr Disney World EPCOT Cenrer in
Orlondo, Florido. The srodenrs roised money oll
yeor ro be oble ro rnolee rhe rrip. l'Nor roo
mony people wenr wirh msg we olmosr didn'r
go oecouse of rhe lods of inreresr," soid senior
Donno Anderson. Terry Lesrer seemed ro rhlnls
if wos o successful rrio desoire rhe eorlier
cornplicorions. 'We hod one hecls of o sooz
rime. We rode lors of rides, goofed off, ond
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The cosrle or Disney
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Shoron Horcher, Milse Allen ond LeAnn
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On May 1Orh, many seniors rool-Q rhe afrernoon off and lounged
under rhe sun ro warcgh rhe Baseball Cardinals. The wearher was
unusually cooperarive, and so were rhe San Diego Padres, whom
rhe Cardinals whipped in easy fashion. Srudenrs were rransoorred
from school ro Busch Sradium oy school ous, and some grunwoled.
lllhe ous ride was fun, l felr lilse I was in lsindergarren rhoughi Bur
ar leasr everyone else had ro ride foo," said Arlo Oviarr. "lr was a
grear way ro begin all of rhe senior acriviries yer ro come."
Rrghrflulie Kory Clefrb and Gina Gross Crighrb srand ro ger a closer lools ar rhe acrion
Below, Lori Marrhews yawns as rhe afternoon sun and exciremenr begin ro false rheir
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Keirn Larlsin, Diane Srreclafuss, Tom George, Karny Wisnewslsi, Roberr Kupferer, Page Kowalslsi, and Micnael Balmer srand in place during rne ceremony.
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Salararorian Roberr Kupferer delivers his speech
Psignr, Senior Class Presidenr Diane Srreclsfuss gives a few words as
Principal Gerald O'Connor wairs by rne podium
180 - Graduarion
Is Big Screen
More rhon o,000 vvell-vvishers rurned our Thursdoy evening, Moy Sisr,
ro vvorch rhe 1984 groduoring closs receive iheir diplomos. For rhe second-
yeor in o rovv, Fox's groduorion ceremonies vvere held on rhe boseboll
dionnond of Busch Srodiunfi. Groduores ond porenrs olilse were oble ro
vvorch rhe procession, oddress, ond receiving of diplomos on rhe gionr Big
Bird screen. This yeor's oddress vvos given by reriring superinrendenr Jomes
Riclsmon, vvho fold srudenrs 'Xrhe secrer of life is ro do vvhor you vvonr io
do. Ir's up io you vvherher you succeed or nor, you moke rhe choices."
Top-Reriring superinrendenr Jonnes Rickrnon gove rhe rnoin oddress ro Fox groduores.
Cenrer Iefr-Voiedicrorion Korhy Wisnewsi-ri oddressed her 535 groduoring clossrnores
Above-The Concerr Choir sings "SoIurorion ro rhe Down" for groduores ond porenrs.
Piighr-The 19841 groduores vvolif in procession ro rheir ploces
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lr wos obvious from the srorr, Foorboll, wres-
rling, rrocls - rhey oll hod rhe besr seoson
ever, ln '84 one orhlere coprured srore rifles in
rrocls ond cross counrry - o firsr, Pseloy reoms
wenr ro srore - onorher firsr, More srudenrs
wenr our for feom sporrs, Worrior spirir soored.
And rhe inrromurols were olso srorred
Worm breezes ond 85fdegree weorher hirs
srudenrs os rhey opprooch shop ond orr closses
under o covered wollswoy. A new oudirorium
is proposed, o new rrocl-x is beginning ro be-
come o reoliry. A dffferenr look, o new op-
Seniors ond juniors weor rhe loresr foshions,
sophomores were older, wiser expressions. As
rhe '84 school yeor drows ro o close, onorher
rime begins: on Olympic rorchbeorer runs be-
fore o crowded line of srudenrs in fronr of
school. He runs posr, ond is quiclsly gone. The
crowd disperses, rhe yeor ends. All 1974 sru-
denrs would never be rogerher ogoin, bur for
eoch of rhem 1984 would olwoys be some-
rhing rorolly clfferenr.
"This was the besr yeor l've hod so for," soid Connie
Mr. Gilmore floshes vicrory signs os he srrides down lsr
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Tim Boswell sirs one our or the golf course.
Above, Steve Pivo disploys on overwhelmlng emlhuslosm for hisjoo during o 5rh
hour bond procrlce
"Forger me beef, wheres me Gold" floshed one slgn os me Olymplc rorclwbeorer
ron posr me Fox compus ln eorly June
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164 - The End
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