Frankfort Community High School - Red Bird Yearbook (West Frankfort, IL)
- Class of 1977
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•- • ■ -I1977 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 63TABLE OF CONTENTS
THE REDBIRD ANNUAL STAFF proudly presents a record of activities and events that made the school year 1976-1977 successful and memorable.Mark Michalic - Student Body President
FCHS MAJORETTES - Kneeling: L. Raymond, C.Tinsley, M. Dimmick. Row 2: D. Aaron, T. McDaniel, S. Raymond.
4Master and Mistress of Ceremonies: Greg Smith and Martha Young.
CHORDETTES - Row 1: J. Bennett. T. Webb. K. Davidson. L. Wilburn. L. Lee. Row 2: P. Jent. M. Conaughty. S. Pike. C. Conaughty. C. Vincent. Row 3: P. Gulley, L. McCormick. L. Arnold. D. Summers. D. Sneddon. D. Groves. Row 3: L. Herring. G. Odle, L. Golio. N. Gulley. M. Schafer. J. Schultz. C. Eubanks.
56HOMECOMING COURT - M. Wallace, D. Darnell, M. Farley, L. Knapp, D. Russell, K. Little, V. Sloan, T. Wiley, K. Wilkinson.
The Frankfort Community High School 1976-77 Homecoming Court.Miss Debbie Russell, Queen 1976-77, and her escort, Paul Dial.
Miss Valerie Sloan, Junior Attendant, and her escort, Jeff Han- Miss Melinda Farley, Junior Attendant, and her escort, Mike Glo-
8Miss Denise Darnell, Sophomore Attendant, and her escort, Doug Moore.
’’Isle of Dreams” provided a beautiful setting for this year’s Homecoming Coronation as Miss Debbie Russell was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1976-77 by football Co-captain, Scott Giles. Miss Kendra Little was Maid-of-honor, and Miss Laura Knapp was Lady-in-waiting. Martha Young and Greg Smith served as Mistress and Master of ceremonies while the senior members of the football team escorted the ladies of the court. The crown bearer was Jeff Over-turf, Jr., and the football bearer was Richard York,
Miss Teri Wiley, Sophomore Attendant, and her escort, Mark Michalic.
with Marcy Karoski and Christina Varis as Flower Girls.
Principal, Mr. Gail Borton, welcomed the class of ’52 and Mr. Jim McCann, Student Body President of ’52, gave the response. Football coach, Mr. Gene Ernest, introduced the football players and coaching staff.
Music was provided by the F.C.H.S. band and the Chordettes.
Miss Kathy Wilkinson, Freshman Attendant, and her escort, Randy Skuta.
Miss Michelle Wallace. Freshman Attendant, and her escort, Greg Skinner.
9CHILDREN OF THF COURT - J. Overturf, C. Varis, M. Karoski, R. York.
Master and Mistress of Ceremonies Greg Smith and Martha Young.
GOLF TEAM - T. Martin, B. Oiierson, T. Smith, Coach Karoski, D. Smith, B. Galli, R. Lewis.
GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM - K. Avripas, R. Hewlett, K. Wade, C. Conaughty, T. Palmer, A. Davidson, M. Conaughty, D. Darnell, P. McGhee. Row 2: K. Wilkinson, J. Wilkinson, P. Smothers, L. Arnold, L. Melvin, B. Cremer, K. Kaytor, S. Mutchek, L. Giles, S. Smith, Coach Hoover.
11Typical F.C.H.S. Corridor Scenes
1213Redbird Student body show enthusiasm at pep session.
M. Kathalynas. R. Finney, and T. Claxton help in rearranging Mrs. Batts’ room.
16Mr. L. Goebel Patton, Superintendent of Frankfort Community District 168, has served in that capacity for twenty-four years. He is responsible for the recommendation, interpretation, implementation, and enforcement of all school policies as developed by the Board of Education. Mr. Patton is actively involved in school finance, the budget, legal interpretations, building programs, and long range planning.
The Board of Education is elected by the registered voters of the community. They meet once a month to discuss problems, settle issues, and make major decisions about school business. They play a vital role in the affairs of the school and the community.
Mr. L. Goebel Patton Superintendent of Schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION - Row 1: Mr. Jack Wall. Mr. John Yadro, Mrs. Shirley Florian, Mr. Bill Morris. Row 2: Mr. Bob Croslin, Mr. Roger Raubach, Mr. Jim Bernhard.
18Mr. Gail Borton is back for his sixth year as principal of F.C.H.S. With an eye to the future, he has initiated new programs modernizing the curriculum to enable today's students to gain the skill and knowledge to become better men and women prepared to succeed as leaders and citizens of tomorrow in this complex and everchang-ing world. The students like his patience and his enthusiastic interest in their activities. They also appreciate his ability to cope with the never-ending problems of the modern schools.
Mrs. Marty Innis. Mrs. Betty Grotti.
F.C.H.S. Secretary f-C.H.S. Bookkeeper
19Librarian S. Wallace looks up an author for M. Glodich.
Sophomore munchkins do their victory dance for Homecoming.
20Mrs. Wilma Anderson English, Latin
Mr. Alan Barton Building Trades
Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts English, REDBIRD Annual
The F.C.H.S. Faculty Is the
Mrs. Genelle Bedokis Librarian
Mrs. Sheila Blackwood Mathematics
Mrs. Jetta Chiaventone English
22Mr. George Clark Business Careers, Guidance
Mr. Russell Clover English
Mr. Larry Davis Mathematics
Machinery Which Shapes and
Mr. Larry DeMattei Social Studies
Mr. Frank Dohanich Industrial Education
Mis. Mary Ellen Dorris Business
23Mr. Gene Ernest Physical Education
Mrs. Sandra Fiori Mr. William Ferketich Spanish
Industrial Arts, Guidance
Molds Our Concepts and
Mr. Paul Grammer Driver Education, Social Studies
Mr. Lowell Grissom Social Studies, REDBIRD Notes
Miss Delores Grosco Dean of Girls, Business
24Mr. George Grosco Physical Science, Chemistry
Mrs. Jane Hedley Home Economics
Mr. Harold Hood American History
Understandings About Our Town,
Miss Donnette Hoover Mathematics
Miss Alice Hrovatich Business
Mr. George Karoski Driver Education, Physical Education
25Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow English
Mrs. Joyce Miller Biology
Mr. Larry Miller Agriculture, Electricity
Our Country, and Our World.Mrs. Sharon Pappas Home Economics Mr. Steve Pasko
With Understanding Smiles,
Mr. Elmo Ricci Industrial Arts, Drafting
Mr. Don Rice Social Studies
Miss Jane Perr English
Mrs. Mary Ann Riva Physical EducationMr. Chuck Smith Industrial Arts, Guidance
Mrs. Peggy Smith Special Education
Mr. Ron Smith Dean of Boys, Welding, Industrial Arts
They Lend a Helping
Mr. Frank Steh Building Trades, Industrial Arts
Mr. Richard Stritzel Mathematics
Mr. Mike Thomas Band
28Mr. Terry Warren English
Mr. Dan Weakly Auto Mechanics
Mr. Ron Winter Driver Education
Hand When Needed.
Mrs. Mary Jane York Nursing
Mr. Ernest Yuhas Business
ANDERSON, WILMA - Latin Club BATTS, HELLEN MARY - REDBIRD ANNUAL BEDOKIS, GENELLE - Library Club BLACKWOOD, SHEILA - Red Peppers, Cheerleaders CHIAVENTONE, JETTA - Sophomore Class, Sub Debs CLARK, GEORGE - Senior Class CLOVER, RUSSELL - FT A, Freshman Basketball Coach DAVIS, LARRY
DEMATTEI, LARRY - Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach, Freshman Class DOHANICH, FRANK
DORRIS, MARY ELLEN - Student Secretaries, NIKE
ERNEST, GENE - Head Football Coach FIORI, SANDRA - Spanish Club FERKETICH, WILLIAM - Honor Society GRAMMER, PAUL - Junior Varsity Basketball Coach GRISSOM, LOWELL - REDBIRD NOTES GROSCO, DOLORES - Student Secretaries, NIKE GROSCO, GEORGE HEDLEY, JANE - FHA
HOOD, HAROLD - Varsity Basketball Coach
HOOVER, DONNETTE - Junior Class, Girls’ Softball Coach, Girls' Gymnastics Coach
HROVATICH, ALICE - NIKE KAROSKI, GEORGE - Athletic Director, Golf Coach MARLOW, JO LINDA - Interpreters Theatre MILLER, JOYCE MILLER, LARRY - FFA MORTON, EUGENE - Chorus Director MURPHY, TIM - Art Circle, Senior Class OWENS, RAYMOND PAPPAS, SHARON - FHA PASKO, STEVE PERR, JANE
RICCI, ELMO - Sophomore Class, Social Committee Chairman RICE, DON - Junior Class, Wrestling Coach, Sophomore Football Coach RIVA, MARYANN SMITH,CHUCK SMITH, PEGGY
SMITH, RON - Co-operative Training Program STEH, FRANK STRITZEL, RICHARD THOMAS, MIKE - Band Director WARREN, TERRY - Honor Society, Student Council, Sophomore Basketball Coach WEAKLY, DAN
WINTER, RON - Freshman Class YORK, MARY JANE - Junior Nursing YUHAS, ERNEST - Key Club, Track Coach, Freshman Football Coach
30The problems of man and society are interesting to Mr. DeMattei’s sociology class.
Mr. Owen's physics students participate In an experiment.
33Nursing students practice ways of artificial respiration.
Miss Hrovatich leaches her newly organized sales class.
34Typing II students work on their assigned exercises.
Mr. Murphy looks on as his talented students paint.
35Advanced algebra students struggle to master the an of solving problems.
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Howard check the student's daily assignments.
36Study Hall students use their time differently.
Mrs. Fiori's Spanish II students take time out for a little bit of fun.
37British Intellect students listen closely as Mr. Clover lectures.
Girls P.E. class learn different types of modern dance.
38SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Presideni, Karen Russell; Vice-President, Pam Ezell; Secretary, Mary Finn; Treasurer, Martha Young.
When the Senior Class returned to the halls of F.C.H.S. for their final year, they realized that the days behind them had gone by quickly. It was hard to realize that the class of "77" were now Seniors, since it seemed only yesterday that they were Freshmen. Though they were momentarily saddened, they were happy to see the progress of their class and the imprint they made at F.C.H.S.
Debbie Russell was chosen Homecoming Queen; Laura Knapp, Maid of Honor; and Kendra Little, Lady in Waiting.
Senior Class officers chosen for the year were: Karen Russell, President; Pam Ezell, Vice-President; Mary Finn, Secretary; and Martha Young, Treasurer.
Realization that they would soon enter the adult world and be making important decisions about their futures came to Seniors this year. Wanting to be out on their own and yet at the same time reluctant to leave, they tried to grasp each moment as it came but succeeded only in making their year unforgettable.
40Allen, Robbie Arview, Kathy Baker, Roberta
41Buckingham, Robin Butler, John Caraway, Tami
Cash, Roger Castrale, Linda Chance, Ronda
Chastain, Keely Baker Collier, Robert Conaughty, Elizabeth
Connors, Jim Craig, Harold Cremer, BethDavidson, Jeff Davis, Annette Davis, Kelly
Dent, Donna Dewar, Marvin Dimmick, Maxcy
Downard, Alan Duff, Jill Dutton, Kathy
Essick, Brad Etters, Scott Ezell, Pam
43Finn, Mary Fleck, Richard Freeman, Colin
Gass, Randy Giles, Scott Glodich, Mark
Glodich, Mike Glover, Linda Golio, Richard
Gosnell, Laura Green, Gary Griffith, Jim
44Grounds, Doug Hall, Cheryl Hancock, Jeff
Hehner, Walter Hewlett, Rex Hogg, Lisa Hodgson
Hood, Susan Hooker, Dena Jackanicz, Andy
Joplin, Martha Julian, Brian Karnes, Robert
45McDaniel, Tammy McLain, Brad Meadows, Rodney
Midkiff, Kay Minton, Jim Moore, Doug
Martin, Beth Matheny, Pam May, Jeff
Melvin, Laurie Melvin, Mary Alice Michalic, Mark
47Murphy, Greg Mutchek, Susan Neal, Kevin
Oberst, Cindy Patton, Greg Pike, Sandra
Presley, Wendell Prusaczyk, Mark Reimer, Karen
Russell, Debbie Russell, Karen Sakonyi, Theresa
Sanders, Karen Saul, Anna Broy Saulsbury, Julie
Seagle, Derek Sharknas, Mary Shepherd, Scott
Skinner, Greg Skuta, Randy Smith, Greg
49Smith, Kelly Smith, Ted Smothers, Paula
Spain, Cheryl Spain, Paula Spurgeon, Jack
Stanley, Gail Sullivan, Jim Tate, Diana Hinkle
Tefertiller, Dawn Testory, Julie Tharp, Greg
50Tinsley, Connie Valeo, Deanna Vancil, John
Wilburn, Roger Wilburn, Ron Wilkinson, Julie
Williams, Andrew Williams, Neal Williams, Susan
Wallace, Danny Webster, Rick Wilburn, Kendra
51Williams, Scott Wilmore, John Winter, Stan
Witkewiz, Pete Woods, John Woolard, Jeff
Wyant, Diana Baker Young, Martha
Austin, Garland Bernhard, Lisa Bozic, Jeff Brotherton, Tim Campbell, Bruce Caraker, Dennis Clements, Terry Davy, Dan
Dial, Paul Hamline, Tammy Herrell, Lonna Huite, Tina Kahl, Pam Pugh McClellan, Joe Morgan, Dan Morgan, Dennis
Null, James Poole, Ramona Ridgeway, Rocky Robinson, Bill Sloan, Jim Wescott, Mary Woolsey, Eric
52ALLEN, ROBBIE - Redbird Annual 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 1; Chorus 1; Office Worker 2, 3, 4.
ARVIEW, KATHLEEN - Red Peppers 1, 2, 3; Student Secretary 3; Chorus 4.
AUSTIN, GARLAND - Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4.
BAKER, ROBERTA - Student Council 3; Student Secretary 4.
BARNARD. EVELYN - Art Circle 1. 2: Honor Society 3.
BARRETT, HEATHER - Honor Society; FT A 4; FHA 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4: Art Circle 1, 2.
BECHELLI. BOB - Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Football 1,2,3; Youth Board 3. 4; Honor Society 3.
BERNHARD. LISA - Gymnastics 1. 2, 3. 4; Red Bird Notes 3. 4; Interpreters Theatre 2.
BIXLER, GAY - Honor Society; FHA 1,2,4: Vice President 4; FT A 4: Spanish Club 3.
BOZIC, JEFF BRONSON. JOHN BROTHERTON, TIM
BROY, KENT - Basketball 1, 2; Football 1. 2; Track 1, 2: Building Trades 3.
BRUNO, JANE - Spanish Club 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Nursing 3, 4; Band 1,2.
BRYANT, JOHN - Auto Mechanics.
BUCKINGHAM. ROBIN - Building Trades 3.
BUTLER, JOHN - Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3. 4; Interpreters Theatre 2, 3, 4.
CAMPBELL, BRUCE - Football 1.
CARAKER. DENNIS - Football 1, 2; Hall Patrol 4; Advanced Electricity 4.
CARAWAY, TAMI - Nursing 1, 2; FHA 2. 3; Red Peppers 1. 2. 3. 4; Red Bird Notes 1,2.
CASTRALE, LINDA - Band 1, 2. 3: FT A 4; FHA 1. 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3,4.
CHANCE, RONDA - Student Council 1: Red Peppers 1, 2; An Circle 1; Student Secretary 3.
CHASTAIN, KEELY - Co-operative Training 4.
CLEMENTS. TERRY COLLIER, ROBERT CONAUGHTY, LIZ
CONNORS. JIM - Building Trades 2; Wrestling 1: Golf 2; Cross-Country 1.
CREMER, BETH - Band 1,2,3; Softball 3.4.
DAVIDSON, JEFF - Football 1. 2; Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4.
DAVIS KELLY - Spanish Club 3, 4: Gymnastics 1. 2; FHA 1. 2; Office Worker 4.
DAVY. DAN DENT. DONNA
DEWARE, MARVIN - Auto Mechanics 1, 2, 3, 4; Machine Shop 3, 4.
DIAL, PAUL - Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Honor Society. DIMMICK, MAXCY - Honor Society 3, 4: Band 1. 2; Twirler 3. 4; FTA 3, 4; Red Peppers 1,2.
DOWNARD, ALAN DUFF. JILL
DUTTON. KATHY - Student Secretary 3; Office Worker 4; FHA 1. ESSICK, BRAD - Auto Mechanics 3, 4; Welding 2, 4.
EZELL. PAM - Honor Society 3.4: Class Officer 3,4; Cheerleader 2; Student Council 1.2.
FINN. MARY - Sophomore Class Secretary; Senior Class Secretary; Honor Society 3.4: Red Bird Notes 3.
FLECK. RICHARD - FFA 4; Football 1.
FREEMAN, COLIN - Football 2: Wrestling 2; Interpreters Theatre 1. 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 4.
GASS. RANDY - Building Trades 3.4.
GILES. SCOTT - Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 3. 4.
GLODICH, MIKE - Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Key Club 2. 3, 4.
GLOVER, LINDA - Student Council 4; Honor Society 3,4.
GOLIO, RICHARD - Student Council 1. 2, 3. 4: Vice-President 3; Class Officer 1: National Honor Society 3. 4: Spanish Club 4. GOSNELL. LAURA - Student Council 2, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Honor Society 3,4; Gymnastics 1, 2; Redbird Annual 2: Editor 3. GRIFFITH. JIM - Track 1; Class President 3; Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4. GROUNDS. DOUG - Football 1; Basketball 1; Honor Society 3.4. HALL. CHERYL - Student Secretary 2, 3: Attendance 4; Red Peppers 1, 2; Softball 4: Chorus 1.
HANCOCK. JEFF - Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2: Track 1, 2.
HEHNER, WALTER - Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 1. 2. 3; Drafting 1, 2, 3, 4.
HEWLETT. REX - Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4.
HOGG, LISA - Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Sub Debs 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 3. 4; Red Peppers 1, 2, 3.
HOOD SUSAN - FHA 1. 2; Softball 3: Student Secretary 4. HOOKER, DENA - Honor Society 3, 4: Student Secretary 3: Sub Debs 3,4; Red Peppers 1.
JACKANICZ, ANDY - Building Trades 1. 2.
JOPLIN. MARTHA - FHA 1: Student Secretary 3.
JULIAN. BRIAN - FFA 1. 2. 4; Youth Board 4.
KAHL, PAM - Interpreters Theatre 1.
KAYTOR, KIM - FHA 1, 2. 3; President 4; Honor Society 3, 4: Latin Club 3. 4, FTA 4.
KESSEL, RITA - FHA 1. 2, 3; Honor Society 3. 4; Red Peppers 1; Latin Club 3.4.
KNAPP. LAURA - Homecoming Attendant 1. 2. 3; Maid of Honor 4; Redbird Annual 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3: Red Peppers 1, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE, KEVIN - Football 1, 2. 3: Wrestling 2; Honor Society 3; Band 1, 2. 3.
LAWRENCE. SARAH - FHA 2. 3; Honor Society 3, 4: Student Secretary 4.
LAZZERI, BECKY - Office Worker 3. 4; An Circle 1. 2. 3: Vice-President 4; Spanish Club 4; FTA 4.
LEE, CHUCK - Basketball 1. 2; Track 1. 2: Football 1. 2: Honor Society 3, 4; An Circle 1, 2, 3. 4.
LEE. KATHY - Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Nursing 1. 3, 4.
LIGON, LEE ANN - Red Peppers 1, 2; FHA 1: Chorus 1. 2. 3. LINGLE, TIM - Building Trades.
LITTLE. KENDRA - Red Peppers 1; Business Club 4: Student Secretary 3, Homecoming Attendant 4.
MANDRELL. NELSON - Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 3. 4; Football 1.
MARTIN, BETH - Class Secretary 3; Spanish Club 2. 3. 4: Sub Debs 4: FTA 4.
MATHENY, PAM - Office Worker 2: FHA 1. 2; FTA 4: Student Secretary 3.
MAY. JEFF - Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2: Redbird Annual 3, 4; Honor Society 3.4.
McDaniel. TAMMY - Interpreters Theatre 1. 2. 3. 4; Band 1.2. 3, 4; Drum Major 4; Office Worker 4.
McLAIN, BRAD - Football 1.
MEADOWS. RODNEY - Football 1.2.
MELVIN. LAURIE - Softball 4; Honor Society 3. 4: Sub Debs 3. 4; An Circle 1, 2. 3, 4; Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Girl Scouts 1. 2. 3.
MELVIN, MARY ALICE - Cheerleader 1. 2, 3: Sub Debs 2. 3. 4.
53MICHALIC, MARK - Student Body President 4; Student Council Vice-President; Football; Track: Key Club Lieutenant Governor. MIDKIFF, KAY - Librarian 4; Library Club 4: Chorus 4.
MINTON. JIM - Football 1, 2. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 4; Chorus 3.4; Spanish Club 3.
MOORE, DOUG - Key Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Drafting 1, 2, 3, 4. MORGAN, DENNIS - Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Auto Mechanics 1, 2, 3; Track 1.
MURPHY, GREG - Redbird Annual 3, 4: Football 1, 2; Electricity
1. 2, 3, 4; Honor Society.
MUTCHEK, SUSAN - Softball 3, 4; Honor Society 3. 4; Sub Debs
2. 3. 4; FHA 1. 2. 4; Spanish Club 3. 4; An Circle 2; Girls Track
NEAL. KEVIN - FFA 1. 2. 3. 4.
NULL. JAMES - Wood Shop 2; Drafting 2; FFA 1, 2.
OBERST, CINDY - Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4.
PATTON, GREG - Building Trades 3, 4; Football 2.
PIKE, SANDRA - Red Peppers 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4; Student Secretary 4.
PRESLEY. WENDELL - FFA: Honor Society; Football 1.
PRUSACYZK, MARK - Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Key Club 2. 3, 4.
REIMER, KAREN - Honor Society 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: FHA 1. 2. 3.
REYNOLDS, DINO - Building Trades 3, 4: Drafting 1, 2, 3, 4. RIDGEWAY. ROCKY - FFA; Football; Basketball.
RICE, JANIE - Redbird Annual 2. 3. 4; Sub Debs 3, 4: FHA 1; Treasurer 2. 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Secretary 3, 4. ROBINSON, BILL ROSS. KEVIN
RUSSELL. DEBBIE - Cheerleader 1, 2. 3, 4: Red Peppers 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 4, Redbird Annual 3: Homecoming Attendant 1. 2, 3.
RUSSELL, KAREN - Senior Class President; Class Treasurer 2. 3; Student Council 4: Sub Debs 4; Spanish Club 2. 3; President 4; Student Secretary 4.
SAKONYI, THERESA - Cheerleader 1, 2, 4; Honor Society 3, 4: Sub Debs 3. 4; President 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. 4; Secretary 3. SANDERS, KAREN - Student Secretary 3; Band 1; Chorus 1.
SAULSBURY, JULIE - Red Bird Notes 3, 4: Red Peppers 1,2.
SEAGLE, DEREK - Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1.
SHARKNAS, MARY - FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4: Latin Club 3,4.
SHEPARD, SCOTT - Building Trades 1, 2; Interpreters Theatre. SKINNER, GREG - Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 4: Basketball 1,
2, 3; Track 1.
SKUTA, RANDY - Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4; FFA 1. 2. 3. 4: Drafting 1. 2.
SLOAN, JIM - Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 1. 2.
SMITH. GREG - Football 1. 2, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 3.4; Spanish Club 4.
SMITH, KELLY - Band 1. 2: Interpreters Theatre 2; Spanish Club 3.4; Library Club 4.
SMITH. TED - Key Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Student Council 2, 3. 4: Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4.
SMOTHERS. PAULA - FHA 1. 2. 3. 4; Band 1,2,3: Honor Society 3, 4: Latin Club 3,4.
SPAIN. CHERYL - Chorus 3, 4; Child Care 3; Sewing 1,2.
STANLEY. GAIL - Football 1, 2.
SULLIVAN, JIM - Basketball 1: Track 1.
TEFERTILLER, DAWN - Honor Society 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4: FHA 3, 4; Spanish Club 4.
TESTORY, JULIE - Red Peppers 1. 2; FHA 1.2.
THARP. GREG - Football 1. 2. 3: Wrestling 1, 2: Key Club 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 3,4.
TINSLEY, CONNIE - Twirler 2, 3: Feature 4: Honor Society 4: An Circle 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
VALCO, DEANNA - FHA 1. 2. 3. 4: Red Peppers 4; Chorus 1. 2; Student Secretary 3.
VANCIL, JOHN - Football 1: Wrestling 2. 3: Building Trades 4. WEBSTER, RICK
WESCOTT, MARY - Interpreters Theatre 1; Honor Society; Nursing
WILBURN. KENDRA - Student Secretary 3; FHA 2. 3. 4; Sewing 3, 4; An Circle 3.
WILBURN. ROGER - FFA 1. 2. 3. 4.
WILBURN. RON - Football 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Track 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Trades 3,4.
WILKINSON, JULIE - Sub Debs 2. 3. 4: Softball 3. 4: Spanish Club
3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
WILLIAMS, NEAL - Basketball 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Chorus 1.
WILLIAMS, SUSAN - Honor Society 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; An Circle 3.
WILLIAMS, SCOTT - Co-operative Training 4.
WILMORE, JOHN - Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3: Track 1: Key Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3.4.
WINTER. STAN - Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3. 4; Golf 1. 2. 3. 4; An 1, 4: Honor Society 3,4.
WOODS. JOHN - Wrestling 1. 2; Golf 1; F.C.H.S. Sign Makef 3.
WOOLARD, JEFF - Track 1, 4; Auto Mechanics 3,4.
WOOSLEY, ERIC - Machine Shop; Crafts.
WYANT, DIANA - Chorus 1: Nursing 2; Child Care 4.
YOUNG, MARTHA - Class Officer 4; Mistress of Ceremonies 4; Interpreters Theatre 1. 2, 3. 4; President 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club Secretary 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3,4.
54JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, Pam Harrum: President, Nancy Hogg: Vice-President. Lisa Ruzich: Secretary. Terri Roe.
As the class of '78 began its third of four years here at F. C. H. S., time seemed to pass more quickly than in previous years. As Juniors, the excitement of their first prom and ordering class rings were two of the responsibilities of being an upperclassman. The Juniors built up their class fund for prom by selling candy and concessions. Also, many were required to take college aptitude tests, such as
the ACT and PSAT tests, in preparation for their future years.
The Junior class chose Valeri Sloan and Melinda Farley to represent them in the Homecoming Court. This year's officers were: Pres. Nancy Hogg; Vice-Pres. Lisa Ruzich: Sec. Terri Roe: Treas. Pam Harrum; and Sponsor Mr. Don Rice.
56Adelsberger, Buddy Agnitsch, Melissa Ahlm, June Lemmon
Anderson, Penny Arnett, Darren Arview, Dorothy
Austin, Laura Baldi, Toni Basler, Cindy
Batts, David Bernhard, Jayma Blades, Mike
Bode, Kathy Borton, Connie Boswell, TinaBrowning, Cindy Bromley, Beverly Butler, Renee
Campbell, Sherrie Castrale, Karen Chamness, Diane
Chance, Tammy Shelton Cima, Cindy Clark, James
Claxton, Tim Clay, Iva Dell Coble, Dan
Connors, Tammy Crabtree, Debbie Craig, Rosalie
58Crespi, Tom Culbertson, Jeanne Davidson, Angela
DeLai, Mike Dorris, Patty Earnheart, Kent
Eisenbeis, Evelyn Eldridge, Anita Ellis, Greg
Farley, Melinda Finney, Robert Frakes, William
Galli, Bryan Gardner, Greg Glodich, Richard
59Glover, David Good, Vickie Gordon, Debbie
Graves, Jeff Green, David Griffin, Dick
Groves, Diana Gunter, Kitty Gunter, Theresa
Gusentine, Bob Haley, Kathy Harkins, Fred
Harrum, Pam Hefner, Mike Henson, Robert
60Heyder, Richard Hogg, Nancy Holmberg, Annette
House, Steve Hudson, Laura Jent, Penni
Kathalynas, Marty Killion, Kay Knapp, Brenda
Krah, Susan Krmpotich, John Laird, Beth
Lampley, Caryl Lasley, Tina Lawrence, Donna
61Lee, Cindy LeTourneau, Robin Ligon, LaDonne
Ligon, Louis Lindsey, Traci Lingle, Terry
Lovan, Lisa Maddox, Kevin Mahin, Linda
Mariano, Martha Martin, Tim Maurer, Dana
McClintock, Mark McElwee, Chuck McLaskey, Cathy
62McMillin, Doug McPhail, Jim Meadows, Mildred
Meadows, Susan Melvin, Abby Melvin, Denise
Midkiff, Cheryl Migielicz, Jane Miller, Debbie
Mitchell, Jeff Moore, Robert Murray, Kim
Odle, Glenda Odle, Bill Otterson, Bob
63Padziora, Shawnda Pike, Tammy Price, David
Raymond, Sabrina Razer, Susan Reeves, Keith
Rice, Risa Rich, Nola Riddle, Cheryl
Robinson, Loretta Roe, Terri Rogers, Liz
Rogers, Jeff Rowe, Karmel Russell, Jeff
64Ruzich, Lisa Sanders, Jim Saul, Penny
Schewe, Laura Schmidt, Tammy Schultz, Jane
Seagle, Dan Series, Debbie Shelton, LaRae
Simmons, James Sisk, Natalie Sloan, Valerie
Smith, Gayla Smith, John Smith, Rebecca
65Snedden, Donna Stalorites, Alan Stanley, Mike
Stodghill, Jim Stone, Gayle Sweetin, Julie
Tabor, Brad Townsend, Barbara Treece, Richard
Troutt, Pam Uhls, Shawn Veldman, David
Weston, Patty White, James White, Rhonda
66Wilkins, Vivian Williford, LaDonna Wilson, Steve
Wininger, Rick Woods, Kim Workman, Robyn
Members of the Junior class display their talents at the Homecoming Pep Session.
Arview, Arthur Austin, George Barber, Harold Bellee, Renee Bennett, Jackie Bristow, Don Brookhouse, Donna Cox, Jeff Craig, Harry Dial, Brenda Dunham, William Dunston, Brett Forgatch, Todd Golio, Janet Gregory, Lloyd
Griffith, Kurt Hand, Brad Hand, Feliecia Hayes, Kevin Hughes, Mark Johns, Theresa Johnson, Robert Jordon, Freddie Kelley, Greg King, Terry Lankford, Stephan Livesay, Biff Mitchell, Debbie Pearce, Randy
Perkins, Penny Perrotto, Jody Roach, Dennis Sailliez, Charna Short, Loren Smith, Brett Spears, Ronnie Sullins, Deanna Talbott, Darrell Taylor, Jack Viernum, Nancy Wall, Jaceson Webb, Harold Wilce, Wayne Zarecor, Willie
The F.C.H.S. Pep Band is indispensable at all the pep rallies.
SWuN'SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: President, Chris Butta: Vice-President, Martha Tomlinson; Secretary, Michelle Heath; Treasurer, Lori Clark.
The "Class of '79” began their second year at F.C.H.S. in anticipation of great things. They learned to respond to the challenges as well as to grasp new opportunities.
The sophomores chose Terri Wiley and Denise Darnell as their Homecoming Attendants.
Class officers for the year were: President, Chris Butta; Vice-President, Martha Tomlinson; Secretary, Michelle Heath; Treasurer, Lori Clark.
Mrs. Chiaventone and Mr. Ricci served as class sponsors.
Akins, Kim Alverson, Delon Ambos, Susan Anderson, Andy
Arnold, Laura Arview, Sheila Austin, Gail Barton, GeraldBarioni, Mike Basler, Mark Beard, Kenny Blackshare, Lyn
Blades, Scott Bock, Glenda Bonifield, Kevin Borcky, Dan
Bowers, Cindy Braggs, Ron Brown, Barbara Broy, Mike
Burke, Brenda Burns, Anita Butta, Chris Butta, Kelly
Calvert, Jack Caraway, Billy Caraway, Gary Carr, Carol
Chrostoski, Debbie Chrostoski, Robert Clark, Lori Claussen, Ellis
Coffman, Ken Collier, Mike Conaughty, Caroline Conaughty, Mary
71Conaway, Louis Cook, Kevin Coomer, Donna Cowsert, Dori
Cowsert, Lisa Culpepper, Dan Czorniak, Kathy Darnell, Denise
Davis, Brian Deason, John Demaretti, Dan Dial, Mike
Doty, Don Downing, Jeana Drasil, Richard Duff, Jean
Ellis, Darrell Farley, Andy Ferrari, Theresa Field, Rebecca
Gahn, James Garner, Becky Garner, Zane Gipson, Wayde
Glover, Jack Good, Lisa Griggs, Phillip Gulley, Patsy
72Gunter, Jack Hagar, Jana Hammers, Gary Hammers, Steve
Hammond, Paula Hancock, Brian Harkins, Ken Harper, Darlene
Harpool, Kim Harris, Cheryl Harris, Mark Heath, Michelle
Herrell, Crystal Herrell, Tom Herring, Laura Hill, Beth
Hood, Renee Hooker, Carol Hopkins, Mike Hoppers, Jim
Huite, Donnie Huite, Patty Irvin, Jeff Isaacs, Gary
Johnson, Kim Jones, Curtis Julian, Richard Karnes, Aloma
73Sophomores Live Through Sports
Karnes, Kim Kerrone, Michelle Kessel, Kim Kinsman, Jim
Lawrence, Bryan Lee, Carl Lee, Lori Lee, Paula
Lehmann, Jeff Lind, Jim Long, Shari Mabry, Scott
Manis, Mike Mariano, Francee Mays, Toni McClanahan, Kim
McClerren, Roni McCollum, Terri McCormick, LaVae McGhee, Priscilla
McLaren, Mike McMillin, Brad McNeely, Frank Melvin, Amos
74Academics and Friendships
Melvin, Jackie Melvin, Laura Menees, David Mercer, Lisa
Miller, David Mitchell, Roseann Moore, Alex Moore, Vickie
Morgan, Beverly Murphy, Alan Murphy, Penny Newell, Toni
Nolen, Doris Nolen, Leanne Odle, Nancy Odum, Maureen
Palmer, Terri Pattarozi, Beth Patterson, David Perkins, Charles
Pickering, Debbie Podnar, John Pope, Kathy Presley, Greg
75Presley, Larry Price, Linda Randolph, Scott Ratley, Dixie
Reeder, Denise Reimer, Barbara Rich, John Richardson, Robert
Roach, Pam Robinson, Darryl Russell, Bill Sailliez, Gaston
Samples, Carol Samples, Duane Samples, Marty Sawalich, Mike
Schafer, Merrie Ann Seagle, Lori Sheffler, Tim Shostrom, Eric
Simmons, Janet Sisk, Lori Smith, Daryl Smith, Lori
Smith, Lou Ellen Smith, Robert Smith, Susan Smothers, Marla
76Spillman, Jim Spurgeon, Mike Stalorites, Lance Stanley, Vicki
Steh, Rosnell Stevens, Tammy Summers, Chris Szymczak, Jeff
Tedeschi, Tony Thomas, Darla Thomas, Rusty Thompson, William
Throgmorton, Paula Tinsley, Eddie Tomlinson, Martha Trammel, Melissa
Tresso, Francine Uhls, Dennis Vancil, Judy Vanwey, Renee
Vincent, Connie Wade, Karen Wade, Sharon Walker, Cheryl
Walker, Roger Wallace, Lisa Wallace, Scott Walton, Philip
Wright, Debbie Wyant, Scott Yarbrough, Diane
Warren, Bruce Webb, Tara Wiggs, Pat Wiley, Terri
Wilkerson, Lori Wilkerson, Shelly Willard, Mickey Williams, Dan
Williams, LaDonne Williams, Larry Williams, Marty Williams, Mike
Wilson, Joby Wilson, Mitch Winget, Melody Wininger, Rita
Wisdom, Donnie Woolard, Mark Workman, Bill Wright, Cledith
Agnitsch, Joe Allen, Laura Bozic, Tim Davis, Chris Dent, Patricia
Field, Marlene Gray, Jeff Johnson, Larry Johnston, Rick
Langston, Laura Owens, Jane Poole, Rodney Stanley, Randy
Taylor, David Thomas, Ray Vanzandt, Grant Wilce, Glenn
78FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Lisa Raymond, Secretary: Libby Walley, Vice-President; LaDonna Van Zandt, President; Tammy Wagner, T reasurer.
The Freshmen, eager to begin their four short years of high school, were seen wandering around the halls trying to find, in the seemingly endless maze, the right classes and the right lockers. They made many new acquaintances as they became familiar with the strange new world of high school.
Class officers for the year were; LaDonna Van Zandt, President; Libby Walley, Vice-President; Tammy Wagner, Treasurer; Lisa Raymond, Secretary. The Freshman class chose Michelle Wallace and Kathy Wilkinson as their representatives in the Homecoming Court. The sponsor of the Freshman class was Mr. Ron Winter.Bartoni, Tracy Basler, Lisa Behn, Charles Bennett, Joy Bernhard, Ted
Arnold, Jay Arview, Steve Avripas, Keri Barber, Arnold Bartlett, Denise
Blood worth, Lori Bock, Theresa Bode, Laura Bowman, James Bowyer, Karen
Bernhard, Terri Biggs, Richard Black, Christy Blackshare, Diana Blades, Tony
Bullington, Charles Burke, Leslie Butler, Gena Chamness, Dana Chandler, Richard
Branch, Joyce Bright, Kelly Brown, Lorena Browning, Keith Buckingham, Molly
Cima, Jeff Coble, Debora Cogdill, Marty Connors, Mary Cope, Billy
81Cowsert, Dana Craig, Norma Crouteau, Annette Cullum, Steve Davidson, Kelly
Davis, Janet Davis, Tracy Davy, Don Dees, Scot Despain, Yvonne
Dorris, Barbara Duane, Susie Dunston, Julie Edwards, Judy Ellis, Bryan
Field, Barbara Finney, Keith Florian, Matt Frost, Jim Garbo, James
Eubanks, Cindy Ferguson, Kari Fernandez, Federico Ferrari, Sisto A. Fichtel, Steve
Grzanich, Jackie Gulley, Nancy Gutierrez, Juan J. Hall, Paul Hammers, Krissy
Garner, Shawn Giles, Lisa Golio, Lori Green, Susan Gregory, Beverly
82Heyder, Steve Hoover, Debbie Johnson, Tammy Joplin, Larry Kay tor, David
Hampton, Gayla Harper, Brad Harpool, Keith Herron, Kellie Hewlett, Rena
Kelley, Curtis Kelley, Joyce Kittle, Randy Knapp, Frank Lam, Jama
Lee, Cindy LeTourneau, Yvette Lewis, Randy Lindsey, Jo Ann Lucas, Jayne
Mayfield, Michelle Mayhew, Randy Mays, Rusty McClintock, David McCluskie, Eddie
Luttenbacher, Scott Mabery, Chris Mandrell, Vanda Margelli, Maryann Marks, Pam
McElwee, James McGinty, Gay McKeown, Allen Meadows, Charles Melvin, Tony
83Milda, Darline Miller, Randy Mitchell, Lisa Mondino, Jane Moore, Les
Morgan, John Morris, Dana Murphy, Jim Neal, Kathy Neibel, Jennifer
Newell, Cindy Newell, Jack Nicholson, Tim Ogden, Donnett Olique, Cindy
Padziora, Judy Patton, Lori Perkins, Terri Perry, Bill Pike, Clay
Prusaczyk, Tony Pry, Donna Racic, Ronda Raymond, Lisa Reed, Jeff
Reed, Mark Reed, Robin Rich, Jerry Rogers, Robert Rose, Brian
Rosen, Michael Rowe, Todd Russell, Ruth Russell, Tony Sakonyi, Susan
84Smith, James Smith, Lisa Smith, Todd Smothers, Greg Spain, Miranda
Sanders, Bobby Schmidt, Billy Scott, William Sisk, Greg Smith, Jackie
Sparks, Rosemary Spears, Lisa Stanley, Phillip Stanley, Robbie Steinberger, Susan
Summers, Diane Taylor, Wes Tefertiller, Dwaine Terry, Bill Trovillion, Kevin
Trusty, Rod Turpin, Kim Vanzandt, LaDonna Viernum, Louis Wagner, Jeff
Wagner, Tammy Walker, Mark Wall, Larry Wall, Lori Wall, Todd
Wall, Tracey Wallace, Michelle Ward, Terry Warren, Todd Webb, Patty
85Wiehn, Brad Wilburn, Lori Wilce, Robin Wilkins, Scott Wilkinson, Kathy
Wilson, Scott Woody, Vickie Wright, Heather Wyant, Roxanna York, Carolyn
Webb, Trell Webster, Guy Westray, Lucinda White, Roxanne Whitson, Thelma
Williams, Kyle Williams, Mary Williams, Pat Williams, Tammy Wilson, Chris
NOT PICTURED Brown, Roy Browning, Wes Dillingham, Pattie Holloman, John Spears, Tracy
86GIRL SCOUTS - Row 1: L. Basler, L. Herring, L. Austin. R. McClerren. Row 2: I. Clay, K. Kessell, L. Golio, B. Lazzeri.
STUDENT PATROL - Row 1: J. Wilson, G. Skinner, J. Calvert, J. Rogers. Row 2: P. Kahl, D. Caraker, T. Perkins.
88BUILDING TRADES - Row 1: F. Harkins. R. Webster, S. Shepherd, R. Meadows, D. Talbott, G. Kelley. Row 2: J. Smith, S. Uhls, T. Lingle, R. Hewlett, R. Heyder, R. Collier, D. Veldman, Mr. Steh.
BUILDING TRADES - Row 1: R. Gass, D. Reynolds, J. Connors, J. Vancil, ]. Graves, C. Gass. Row 2: J. Sanders, D. Morgan, A. Jackanicz, J. Null, G. Patton, R. Cash, S. Wilson, A. Downard, Mr. Barton.
89KEY CLUB - Row 1: D. Miller, C. Buna, E. Shostrom, J. Wilmore, M. Michalic, Mr. Yuhas. Row 2: D. Culpepper, D. Green, D. Moore, J. Calvert, R. Glodich, G. Hammers, S. Randolph, S. Hammers. Row 3: M. Glodich, M. Hopkins, K. Reeves, T. Smith, T. Crespi, G. Tharp, B. Russell. Row 4: T. Lingle, S. Winter, T. Claxton, M. Prusaczyk, R. Finney, B. Gusentine, M. Broy.
KEY CLUB OFFICERS - B. Gusentine, M. Michalic, D. Moore, M. Prusaczyk, M. Glodich.
Under the sponsorhip of Mr. Ernie Yuhas, the Key Club has proved to be a great service to both the school and the community. Working in the community to raise money for various needy organizations, the Key Club sold poppies, peanuts, and sponsored the annual Variety Show at different times during the year. In
addition to working in the community, the Key Club has sponsored several activities for the school including the ’’Ugly Man Contest" and "Slave Day." The members had a hayride and finished the year with a trip to the District Convention.
90SUB DEBS - Row 1: P. Ezell. K. Wade. L. Clark, J. Rice, T. Sakonyi, N. Hogg, K. Russell, D. Hooker. Row 2: D. Darnell, T. Roe, M. Tomlinson. T. Palmer, K. Woods, L. Hogg, M. Farley. J. Wilkinson, S. Wade, M. Melvin, P. McGhee, Mrs. Chiaventone. Row 3: P. Harrum. B. Martin, L. Melvin, K. Bode, S. Mutchek.
SUB DEB OFFICERS - L. Hogg, T. Sakonyi, P. Ezell. J. Wilkinson.
The 1977 school year was a very successful one for the Sub Debs. The club was reorganized under the direction of Mrs. Jetta Chiaventone, and members drew up a new set of rules and regulations. Sub Deb members sold mums for Homecoming and held a Christmas party and a
Valentine Dance. Meetings were held the first and third Tuesdays of the month. The officers for the year were: Theresa Skonyi, President: Pam Ezell, Vice-President; Julie Wilkinson, Secretary; and Lisa Hogg, Treasurer.
91STUDENT SECRETARIES - Row 1: D. Crabtree, R. Baker, L. Shelton, R. Rice, T. Connors, M. Meadows, D. Wyant, P. Harrum. Row 2: L. Lovan. S. Padziora, K. Castrale, D. Lawrence, P. Ezell, D. Miller, C. Borton, V. Sloan, C. Midkiff, MissGrosco.
STUDENT SECRETARIES - Row 1: S. Mutchek, I. Rice, K. Russell, S. Pike, B. Laird, D. Chamness, A. Melvin, K. Murray. Row 2: L. Bernhard, M. Farley, S. Hood, G. Smith, N. Sisk. R. White, I. Wilkinson, T. Roe, K. Gunter, Mrs. Dorris. Row 3: D. Groves, P. lent, B. Martin, P. Troutt, S. Lawrence, C. Lampley, C. McLaskey, A. Davidson.
92SPANISH CLUB - Row 1: S. Krah, H. Barrett, B. Martin, J. Wilkinson, D. Tefertiller, S. Mutchek, K. Reimer, C. Basler, C. Borton, B. Lazzeri. Row 2: R. Butler, L. Gosnell, J. Migiclicz, K. Rowe, S. Razer, K. Russell, K. Smith, D. Maurer, T. Sakonyi, D. Crabtree, P. Dorris, Mrs. Fiori. Row 3: L. Lovan, P. Saul, T. Lindsey, J. Bruno, B. Dial, L. Ligon, R. Smith, N. Hogg, D. Melvin, K. Bode, L. Schewe, K. Woods, C. McLaskey, T. Roe. Row 4: J. Davidson, D. Green, C. Freeman, J. Wilmore, T. Smith, N. Williams, C. Lee, M. Michalic, M. Prusaczyk, B. Gusentine, R. Golio. Row 5: J. McPhail, T. Claxton, S. Giles, G. Smith.
To become a member of the Spanish Club, a student must have completed one year of Spanish. The large group of members participated in many activities throughout the year. Among these activities were a Christmas fiesta, two taco parties, a hayride to the lake, and a sled-
ding party. These activities took place at the home of the sponsor, Mrs. Sandra Fiori. The officers for the year were: Karen Russell, President; Ted Smith, Vice-President; Martha Young, Secretary; and Tim Claxton, Treasurer.
93REDBIRD ANNUAL - Row 1: J. Rice. L. Knapp. P. Hamim, M. Smothers. N. Hogg. Row 2: J. Calvert, J. May. R. Allen. D. Russell, J. Bernhard. R. Glodich, Mrs. Batts.
Hard Work, Accuracy, and Deadlines
Staff members J. Bernhard, J. Rice, and J. May work on final pages.
94Staff members G. Murphy, N. Hogg, M. Smothers, and R. Glodich check progress of 1977 REDBIRD Annual.
Make Annual Worthwhile
Staff members P. Harrum, L. Knapp, and R. Allen look for new ideas in yearbook publication.
95STUDENT LIBRARIANS - Row 1: Mrs. Bedokis. M. Dimmick, K. Midkiff, K. Smith, D. Cowsert, S. Raymond, N. Rich, L. Mahin, J. Bernhard, D. Chamness. Row 2: J. Sczymczak, S. Wallace, J. Rich.
LIBRARY CLUB - Row 1: M. Dimmick. L. Walley. K. Midkiff, L. Mahin, C. Samples, J. Bernhard. Row 2: D. Chamness, S. Raymond, K. Smith, N. Rich, D. Cowsert, Mrs. Bedokis. Row 3: R. Julian, J. Rich, J. Sczymczak, A. Farley.
96ART CIRCLE - Row 1: M. Smothers, S. Wade, S. Meadows, J. Simmons, L. Wilkerson, D. Pickering, N. Odle, D. Tefertiller, K.
Wilkinson, L. Smith. Row 2: K. Bode, L. Ruzich, L. Clark, M. Mayfield, L. Mitchell, C. Herrell, M. Kerrone, P. McGhee, L.
Letourneau, L. Giles, P. Murphy, L. Raymond, M. Trammel, I. Clay, K. Woods, M. Tomlinson, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: L. Melvin, R. White, C. Hooker, K. Wade, L. Nolen, T. Palmer, L. VanZandt, D. Cowsert, J. Wilkinson, L. Bode, G. Smith, L. Melvin, R.
Russell, L. Hudson, P. Saul, M. Heath. Row 4: B. Martin. C. Cima, L. Sisk, B. Lazzeri, R. White, S. Raymond, D. Melvin, F.
Tresso, D. Maurer, C. Harris, C. Lee, M. Odum. Row 5: J. Rich, S. Drasil, M. Michalic, B. Frakes.
YOUTH BOARD - Row 1: D. Pickering, S. Wade, D. Melvin, L. Melvin, D. Maurer, L. Hudson. Row 2: B. Laird. L. Clark, K. Rowe, B. Martin, K. Wade, J. Simmons, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: T. Prusaczyk, M. Reed, M. Prusaczyk, B. Bechelli, M. Michalic, B. Julian, T. Rowe.
97FHA HERO - Row 1: K. Wilkinson, L. Smith, K. Akins, K. Rcimer, J. Wilkinson, K. Kaytor, G. Bixler, N. Rich, J. Lucas, D. Hoover, D. Valeo. Row 2: R. Racic, K. Neal, L. Raymond. M. Wallace, S. Stcinberger, M. Sharknas, L. Castrate, K. Hammers, D. Tefertiller, K. Johnson, B. Reimer, D. Chamness, K. Davidson. Row 3: Mrs. Pappas, L. Brown, P. Smothers, S. Sakonyi, L. Bode, D. Aaron, K. Kessell D. Maurer, C. Eubanks, S. Mutchek, L. Mitchell, C. Samples, D. Chrostoski, Mrs. Hedley.
FHA HERO OFFICERS - Row 1: K. Kaytor. Row 2: K. Akins, N. Rich, G. Bixler, J. Wilkinson.
The Future Homemakers of America is planned for students in home economic courses. The goal of F.H.A. is to help indviduals improve personal, family, and community living.
During the school year, the club planned
many activities including the Get Acquainted Picnic, collection for UNICEF, Halloween Party, and FHA Week. They also sang Christmas carols and put up Christmas trees at four nursing homes. The club had a Candlelight Initiation and a Mother-Daughter Banquet.
98FFA - Row 1: C. Summers. P. Stanley. D. Bartlett. J. Murphy, W. Presley, R. Fleck, G. Sailliez, J. Cox, R. Wilburn, J. Deason. Row 2: K. Browning, G. Wilce, R. Stubblefield, G. Isaacs, D. Huite, W. Dutton. J. Taylor. B. Smith, B. Dunston. L. Presley, B. Julian. L. Stalorites, M. Woolard. Row 3: T. King, F. Knapp. S. Blades, S. Fichtel, R. Gunter, K. Neal, M. Wilson, R. Ridgeway, J. Agnitsch, E. Claussen. Mr. Miller.
FFA OFFICERS - B. Smith, R. Wilburn. R. Fleck. W. Presley.
This past year the members of the FFA have participated in many different activities. The activities consisted of having hayrides, having skating parties, and having an initiation for all the freshmen. The FFA, Future Farmers of America, participated in many different contests such as the Land judging contest, where
they capture fifth place, the Public Speaking contest, the Livestock judging contest and many more. The FFA also attended the Farm Progress Show in Greenfield, Indiana, in September, and they attended the Leadership Conference at Carbondale.
99“•" »• l-vancil. P. Dem. P. Perkins. D. Pickering. B. Conaughty, C. Browning. M. Joplin. Row 2: C
Sf’c L',“re', L' Vf,1! lamS' C‘ Bowers' T' Summers. P. Kahl. J. Downing. G. Austin, Mrs. York. Row 3: C
Herrell, S. Padziora, J. Schultz, L. Williford, S. Arview.
wnf INGw ?T.1: N- Viernum‘ T McDaniels. P. Anderson. G. Mahn, S. Campbell. K. Lee. E. Eisenbeis. Row 2: K.
Vsllbum, M. Melvin. K. Killion. C. Wilkins, T. Lasley. J. Bruno, L. Robinson. D. Mitchell. Mrs. York.
100OFFICE WORKERS - Row 1: J. Ahlm, M. Joplin, P. Saul, R. LeTourneau, D. Crabtree, S. Wade, J. Bruno. R. Chance. Row 2: T. McDaniel, M. Agnitsch, C. McClaskey, K. Dutton, K. Chastain. G. Bixler, B. Lazzeri, A. Melvin, R. Baker. Row 3: C. Borton, K. Pope, J. Saulsbury, C. Lee. K. Smith. C. Hall. S. Hood.
NIKE CLUB - Row 1: K. Murray. M. Joplin. J. Bennett, P. Jent, B. Laird, C. Midkiff. L. Shelton. Row 2: MissGrosco. M. Finn, K. Little, D. Lawrence. K. Chastain. G. Smith, S. Pike. K. Dutton, D. Cowsert. R. White. Miss Hrovatich.
101HONOR SOCIETY - Row 1: M. Dimmick. M. Westcott, R. Kessell. L. Gosnell, J. Bruno. P. Smothers. K. Reimer, C. Tinsley. S. Mut-chek. D. Tefertiller, S. Williams. Row 2: P. Ezell, M. Melvin. M. Finn. M. Sharknas, L. Castrale, K. Kaytor. K. Chastain, D. Hooker, M. Young. G. Bixler, H. Barrett, T. Sakonyi, J. Wilkinson. J. Rice, L. Hogg, Mr. Warren. Row 3: K. Lawrence. J. May, G. Smith, R. Golio, M. Prusaczyk, C. Lee. L. Melvin, S. Lawrence, N. Williams. T. Smith, N. Mandrell, S. Giles, S. Winter, G. Murphy.
LATIN CLUB - Row 1: Mrs. Anderson, M. Melvin, K. Czomiak, P. Roach, M. Dimmick, P. Smothers, L. Castrale, M. Trammel, R. Kessell. Row 2: M. Sharknas. S. Williams. S. Long. C. Cima, S. Wilkerson, K. Kaytor. L. Smith. L. Ruzich, I. Clay. Row 3- D Griffin J. Rich. D. Miller.
102RED PEPPERS CLUB - Row 1: L. Westray, N. Odle. P. Murphy, K. Turpin. K. Avripas. L. Basler. D. Hoover. L. Smith, J. Lucas, K. Wilkinson, S. Wade, T. Wiley. Row 2: T. Wagner. S. Meadows, L. Raymond, B. Pattarozi. L. VanZandt, K. Wade. M. Wallace. M. Kerrone, S. Razer, S. Smith, M. Mayfield. P. Jent, L. Clark, D. Valeo, S. Krah. Row 3: P. Dorris. M. Tomlinson. T. Sakonyi, C. Lee, S. Sakonyi, R. Russell. B. Brown, L. Conaughty, L. Walley, Y. DeSpain, L. Mitchell. M. Farley, T. Palmer. Row 4: L. Knapp, K. Castrale, D. Aaron, D. Russell. L. Golio, D. Maurer, D. Morris, T. Williams, S. Pike, C. Borton. K. Hammers.
Red Peppers Liven Up the Spirit
RED PEPPER OFFICERS - Row 1: D. Maurer, B. Brown. Row 2: T. Palmer, K. Wilkinson.
Redbird band members proudly display their new uniforms.
Woodwind section always performs with enthusiasm.
Mr. Michael Thomas is F.C.H.S. band director.
105FLAG GIRLS - Row 1: L. Cowsert, H. Wright. R. White. Row 2: L. VanZandt. T. Wagner, B. Pattarozi, L. Westray, D. Cowsert, J. Smith, C. Hooker. Row 3: L. Walley, S. Wilkerson, B. Brown, J. Shultz, R. Russell.
Clarinet section works together to form an important unit of the band.
106Brass and woodwinds prepare for the Spring Concert.
Brass section follows music intently.
These band members take music seriously.
107CO-OPERATIVE TRAINING - Row 1: R. Chance, M. Sharknas, K. Davis, M. Westcott, D. Valeo, T. Caraway, D. Hooker, K. Chastain, K. Sanders. Row 2: R. Wilburn, K. Broy, G. Tharp, R. Ridgeway, G. Bixler, J. Testory, L. Ligon, K. Wilburn, S. Williams, B. Julian, T. Stanley, G. Murphy. Mr. Smith.
AUTO MECHANICS - Row 1: S. Etters, D. Price, D. Seagle, J. Baldi, M. Dewar, D. Seagle. Row 2: R. Pierce, K. Eamhart, K. Ross, D. Bristow, M. Stanley, Mr. Weakly. Row 3: J. Spurgeon, J. Griffith, R. Henson, J. Bronson. Row 4: T. Brotherton, J. Bryant.STUDENT COUNCIL - Row 1: S. Wade, L. Mitchell, M. Mayfield, D. Chamness, L. Smith, M. Smothers, N. Odle, K. Pope, P. Harrum, K. Woods. Row 2: Mr. Warren. S. Sakonyi, D. Cowsert. L. Golio, C. Lee. N. Hogg. L. Ruzich. K. Russell. K. Wade. L. Clark. Mr. Clover. Row 3: L. Ligon, D. Moore, R. Finney, T. Smith. M. Michalic, M. Prusaczyk, M. Broy, R. Golio, D. Green, C. Butta.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS - Row 1: N. Hogg. Row 2: M. Michalic. D. Moore, M. Prusaczyk.
The Siudent Council is the representative group of students who work with the faculty to create better relations. The Student Council is made up of one person per every thirty students in each class and the class presidents, who are elected in the fall of each school year.
The members hosted the annual Little Egypt District Student Council Convention held in November and attended the
convention in Chicago in May. The Student Council was in charge of the Homecoming Activities and sponsored various other activities throughout the year.
The officers for this year were: President, Mark Prusaczyk; Vice-President, Mark Michalic; Secretary, Nancy Hogg; Treasurer, Doug Moore. The sponsors are Mr. Terry Warren and Mr. Russell Clover.
109FTA - Row 1: M. Dimmick, L. Cowsert, K. Davidson, R. Butler, S. Campbell. A. Davidson. B. Lazzeri, P. Smothers. Row 2: P. Matheny, T. Johns, R. Russell, B. Martin. K. Kaytor, L. Castrale, H. Barrett, G. Bixler, Mr. Clover. Row 3: P. Walton, J. Rich, G. Butler.
FTA OFFICERS: A. Davidson, M. Dimmick. R. Butler, S. Campbell.
FTA is a club designed for students who are interested in the teaching profession. They have regularly scheduled meetings usually with a guest speaker. Activities for this year included an initiation banquet and a bake sale. They helped at the Mental Health picnic and
the County Teachers Institute. The club donated $100 to the Mark Hughes Fund. The officers for this year were: President, Angie Davidson; Vice-President, Sherrie Campbell; Secretary, Renee Butler; Treasurer, Maxcy Dimmick.
noREDBIRD NOTES - Row 1: D. Ogden. D. Tate, J. Simmons, J. Davis, T. Chance, L. Bernhard. Row 2: L. Herrell, J. Sweeten, A. Davis, L. Ligon, R. Smith, J. Saulsbury, S. Long. Mr. Grissom. Row 3: J. Downing. G. Stone, B. Caraway, A. Burns.
REDBIRD NOTES staff members work on next edition.
111VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Row 1: S. Krah, P. Dorris, M. Farley. Row 2: S. Razer, T. Sakonyi. Row 3: D. Russell.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Row 1: M. Kerrone, T. Wiley, K. Wade, M. Tomlinson, S. Smith. Row 2: S. Wade.
112FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS - Row 1: L. Smith, K. Avripas. Row 2: M. Wallace, D. Morris, L. Mitchell.
Varsity cheerleaders present Coach Ernest with victory football.
113INTERPRETERS THEATRE - Row 1: M. Dimmick, A. Holmberg, T. McDaniels, C. Midkiff, L. Shelton, S. Wade, V. Stanley, S. Arview, D. Arview, D. Gordon. Row 2: G. Smith, K. Czorniak, L. Schewe, R. Russell, S. Raymond, M. Young, R. White, D. Lawrence, B. Laird, Mrs. Marlow. Row 3: R. Julian, J. Rich, W. Gipson, D. Patterson.
INTERPRETERS THEATRE OFFICERS - Row 1: B. Laird, M. Young, S. Wade. Row 2: T. McDaniels, D. Lawrence.
Dramatics plays an important role in any school’s system. Our high school's dramatics club, Interpreters Theatre, is sponsored by Mrs. JoLinda Marlow. The club had formal initiation for all new members; took part in Communications Week which included a bake sale, teacher’s day, church attendance, and
various other activities; and presented a play in the spring. The officers for this year were: President, Martha Young; Vice-President, Tammy McDaniels; Treasurer, Beth Laird; Secretary, Donna Lawrence; Reporter, Sharon Wade.
uBOWLING CLUB - Row 1: T. Rowe, J. Schultz, G. Odle, D. Sneddon, J. Bennett, T. Connors, R. Trusty, B. Hancock. Row 2: R. Buckingham, L. Viernum, M. Walker, D. Patterson, S. Wilson, K. Bonifield, S. Wyant, J. Menees, Mr. Morton.
COOKS - Row 1: E. Zanter, 1. Burns. Row 2: E. Willmore. F. Williams. C. Thompson.
115CHORUS - Row 1: L. Lee, L. Wilkerson, B. Morgan. T. Webb, F. Hand, S. Campbell, K. Lee, M. Conaughty. Row 2: K. Herron, L. Herring, D. Sneddon. D. Mitchell, J. Garbo, L. Viemum, J. Murphy, J. Culbertson, P. Gulley, L. Wilburn, Mr. Morton. Row 3: D. Cowsert, D. Summers. A. Holmberg, L. Herrell.
CHORUS - Row 1: P. Perkins. V. Woody, K. Midkiff, F. Wilson. P. Jent, J. Bennett. D. Dent, T. Pike, P. Huite, N. Odle. Row 2: G. Hampton. P. Spain, T. Perkins, T. Ferrari, D. Yarbrough. R. Wyant, C. Sailliez, C. Conaughty, S. Pike, C. Spain, D. Groves, T. Gunter. Mr. Morton. Row 3: C. Riddle, B. Fish, G. Odle, R. Wininger, K. Kesscll, C. Oberst, N. Gulley, L. Golio, A. Davis. C. Eubanks. L. Conaughty. A. Croteau. Row 4: T. Prusaczyk, K. Cook, W. Gipson. R. Wilburn, J. Clark.
116ADVANCED CHORUS - Row 1: N. Viernum, T. Chance. L. Herring. D. Thomas. R. McClerren. D. Sullins, L. Arnold. L. McCormick. Row 2: P. Hall. C. Lee, C. Vincent. J. Schultz. B. Burke. K. Arview, C. Bowers. G. Austin. Mr. Morton. Row 3: B. Perry. P. Griggs. S. Wilson, J. Sloan.
Laura Arnold was the accompanist for the advanced chorus.
117Mr. Rice and Mr. Grammer relax in the lounge in their spare time.
B. Bechelli and M. Prusaczyk discuss Student Council jacket sales.
118VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - Row 1: J. Wall. M. Hughes. T. Claxton. M. Hefner. D. Glover. R. Glodich. R. Skuia, J. Minion. Row 2: Coach Demattei, J. Calvert. G. Skinner. J. Rogers. J. May. S. Wilson. S. Giles. D. Moore, G. Smith. M. Kathalynas. Coach Ernest. Row 3: D. Griffin. H. Barber. M. Prusaczyk, R. Finney. B. Frakes, J. Hancock. P. Dial. M. Glodich. M. Michalic, B. Gusentine. K. Lawrence .
1976 Conference Co-Champions
TEAM CAPTAIN Senior Quarterback Paul Dial
TEAM CAPTAIN Senior Halfback Scott GilesSenior End Senior End Senior Def. Halfback
Mark Prusaczyk Mike Glodich Jeff May
Won - 8 1976 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Lost - 3
7 DuQuoin 12
16 Johnston City 12
21 Mount Vernon 12
12 Marion 18
28 Eldorado 20
17 Carbondale 14
0 Harrisburg 10
27 Centralia 14
52 Pinckneyville 28
14 Benton 13
Senior Center Senior Def. End Senior Tackle
Mark Michalic Doug Moore Jeff Hancock
121Senior Halfback Greg Smith
Senior Def. Halfback Jim Minton
Underrated F.C.H.S. Redbirds
Senior Guard Greg Skinner
Senior Def. Tackle Randy SkutaJunior Halfback, J. Wall Junior Def. End. B. Gusentine Junior Def. End, R. Finney Junior End, R. Glodich Junior End, D. Glover
Come Out on Top of South
Junior Guard, T. Claxton Junior Center, M. Kathalynas Junior Guard, J. White
123Junior Guard, M. Hefner Junior Tackle, H. Barber Junior Tackle, B. Frakes Junior Tackle, S. Wilson
Sophomore Fullback, J. Calven Junior Halfback, D. Griffin Junior Fullback, J. Rogers Junior Halfback, M. Hughes
124SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM - Row J: G. Van Zandt, S. Wallace, J. Spillman, F. McNeely, J. Szymczak, D. Miller, A. Melvin, Manager B. Cope. Row 2: Coach Dziadus, D. Culpepper, B. Lawrence, J. Agnitsch, J. Glover, T. Tedeschi, J. Podnar, M. Manis, M. Broy, M. Woolard, G. Hammers, D. Williams. Row 3: J. Wilson, D. Samples, M. Bartoni, S. Mabry, E. Shostrom, J. Kinsman, M. Hopkins, M. Samples, M. Collier, J. Irvin, J. Lehman.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL - Row 1: D. Davy, R. Mays, L. Moore, S. Wilkins, T. Bernhard, C. Wilson, Manager T. Wall. Row 2: Coach Yuhas, M. Reed, W. Taylor, J. Gutierrez, M. Florian, S. Gardner, S. Luttenbacher, R. Mayhew, J. Reed, R. Chandler, T. Warren, Coach Wilkinson. Row 3: C. Pike. F. Knapp, J. Bowman, J. Holloman, T. Smith, R. Stanley. B. Terry, K. Finney, J. Cima, D. Tefertiller, J. McElwee.
125rAf'TY BASKETBALL TEAM - Row 1: Mgr. T. Prusaczyk, G. Smith. J. Minton. S. Giles. R. Hewlett. K. Griffith. Row 2: M. Glodich. B. Bechelli, T. Smith. N. Williams. P. Dial. M. Prusaczyk. E. Shostrom. Coach Hood.
1976-77 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD
63 DuQuoin 51
63 Johnston City 77
66 Centralia 78
61 Harrisburg 66
55 Mount Vernon 84
81 Herrin 65
CARBONDALE HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
46 Collinsville 81
52 Robinson 76
58 Marion 74
67 Pinckneyville 66
65 Benton 85
49 Carbondale 78
67 Marion 87
77 Johnston City 71
57 Harrisburg 91
67 Benton 78
63 Mount Vernon 68
80 Marion 86
38 Carbondale 87
71 Centralia 79
50 Johnston City 51
54 Herrin 72
REGIONAL TOURNAMENTMike Glodich Senior Forward
Paul Dial Senior Guard
Scott Giles Senior Guard
Mark Prusaczyk Senior Forward
127Greg Smith Senior Guard
Neal Williams Senior Center
Ted Smith Senior Forward
Bob Bechelli Senior Forward
128Rex Hewlett Senior Guard
Jim Minton Senior Guard
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM - Row 1: J. Simmons. T. Lingle. R. Glodich, D. Griffin. Row 2: M. Broy. S. House. K. Griffith. B. Tabor. M. Wilson, J. Wilson, Coach P. Grammer.
129SOPHOMORE TEAM - Row 1: S. Wallace, C. Buna, M. Manis, B. Lawrence. D. Smith. Row 2: J. Irvin, M. Hopkins. M. Broy, J. Lind, D. Samples. M. Samples, Coach T. Warren
FRESHMAN TEAM - Row 1: Mgr. K. Trovillion, R. Mays, G. Sisk, M. Reed, M. Florian, Mgr. R. Trusty. Row 2: Coach R. Clover, R. Biggs, A. McKeown, K. Harpool, J. CIma, J. Rich, S. Fictel, M. Cogdill. F. Fernandez.
130Redbirds G. Smith drives on Benton’s R. Herrin.
T. Smith goes high to block shot.
M. Glodich and J. Minion pause as Redbirds score two points.
131VARSITY WRESTLING - Row 1: L. Wall, R. Smith, D. Glover, B. Smith, C. Perkins. Row 2: Coach DeMattei, R. Skuta, B. Gusintine, R. Finney, J. Butler, Coach Rice.
B. Smith assumes his starting position in the Varsity Tournament.
J. Butler is working on his opponent in his grueling match.
132JUNIOR-VARSITY WRESTLING - Row 1: R. Kittle, M. Basler, D. Culpepper, P. Walton, A. Melvin. M. Reed. Row 2: J. Calvert. D. Tefertiller, M. Sawalich, S. Mabry, K. Finney, T. Nicholson, G. Hammers, W. Taylor.
1976 BASEBALL TEAM - Row 1: J. Spillman, V. Baker, M. Samples, G. Smith, R. Moore, B. Chance, E. Shostrom. Row 2: Coach Fiori, J. Rogers, J. Willmore, B. Bechelli, H. Moore, M. Garrett, M. Vosbein, K. Griffith, S. Giles.
133VARSITY TRACK TEAM - Row 1: M. Collier, M. Manls, D. Morgan, S. Wallace, R. Webster, C. Butta. Row 2: J. Silkwood, Mgr. S. Maurer. J. Butler. J. Podnar. J. May. K. Reeves. D. Arnett. R. Skuta. Row 3: Coach Yuhas, K. Griffith. M. Hopkins. H. Barber, S. Mize, K. Barnfield, M. Michalic, M. Garrett, S. House. J. Rogers, M. Broy, Coach Ernest.
GIRLS GYMNASTIC TEAM - Row 1: S. Sakonyi, L. Ruzich, T. Stevens, L. Hudson, D. Tefertiller, K. Johnson. Row 2: S. Duane, P. McGhee. D. Bartlett, R. Rice, L. Bernhard. C. Herrell, L. Basler, T. Bernhard, D. Tate, Coach Hoover.
135136137138Lisa Bernhard, and outstanding senior gymnast, took second in all around in the District meet which qualified her for the State meet in Park Ridge. She was thirteenth of eighty-eight girls in the floor event.
Brett Smith, an undefeated junior wrestler, made school history in the South Seven. Brett also placed first in the District meet which qualified him for the State tournament.
139G. Smith scrambles for extra yardage in game between West Frankfort and Centralia.
Football and cold weather bring out the enthusiasm in the Redbird fans.
140 SANDERS Tele.
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159As the 1977 REDBIRD Annual comes to a close, we, the members of the staff, would like to express our sincere thanks to everyone who helped to make this yearbook a success.
First, we would like to thank our photographer, Mr. Tim Rissi, for his time and patience in helping us complete this annual. We also wish to thank Mr. Bill Blewett of Taylor Publishing Company; Mr. Borton, the faculty, and the administration for their cooperation and understanding during the production of this annual. Finally, we would like to extend a special thanks to our advisor, Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts, for her guidance and assistance.
Without the help of all these people and the help of our fellow annual staff members, the 1977 REDBIRD Annual might never have been a reality.
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