Frankfort Community High School - Red Bird Yearbook (West Frankfort, IL)

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FRANKFORT COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL WEST FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS VOLUME 67 The REDBIRD Annual proudly presents this version of F.C.H.S. PATHWAYS.STUDENT LIFE ADMINISTRATION FACULTY JUNIORS SENIORS SOPHOMORESFRESHMEN ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS ADVERTISING INDEX4 Miss Donna Bacon Queen 1980-1981ESCORTS AND HONOR GUARDS — J. Moore, J. Moake, D. Roberts, E. Stoner, J. Nolen, D. Nolen, J. Moore, J. Eader, S. Verschucren K. Canaday, D. Ward, A. Griffin, R. Calvert, R. Riddle. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS — T. Hampton, A. Forgatch, K. Golis, S. Arnett, D. Bacon. N. Yadro, M. Reed, S Maragni, D. Murray.JUNIOR ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — David Ward, Tammy Hampton, Sheri Maragni, Roger Calvert. OPHOMORE ATTENDANTS AND SCORTS — Doug Nolen, Kelli Golis, lichclle Reed, Scott Vcrschuercn. FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — Jim Nolen, Amy Forgatch, Dawn Murray, Andy Griffin. 6The 1980-81 Homecoming at F.C.H.S. was one of the most successful in years. The theme was “Always and Forever.” The Student Council was in charge of all Homecoming activities. Mr. Tim Murphy and his Art Department were responsible for the stage and gym decorations. The festivities began with a chili supper and a bonfire. A snake dance down Main Street followed. The coronation was Wednesday, November 26. Donna Bacon became the fifty-fifth Homecoming Queen of F.C.H.S. The other two Queen candidates were Stacee Arnett and Nancy Yadro. The Turkey Day Game of Thanksgiving Day was won by the Redbirds 38-6. That night the Homecoming Dance was held in the gym. The band was “Lang and Mclain.” Many alumni groups had reunions, gabfests, and dances. The class of 1956 was honored on their twenty-fifth anniversary. MISTRESS AND MASTER OF CEREMONIES — Cindy Minich and Keith Griffith. CHILDREN OF THE HOMECOMING CORONATION COURT — Corey Julian, Leigh Ann Bedokis, Mindy Jo Reach, and Shawn Wilson. 7  I «i iStudent Body Leaders and Officers STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT — Keith Griffith. STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT — Nancy Yadro. SENIOR C I ASS OFFICERS — Kim Galli, secretary; Stacee Arnett, treasurer; Jim Nolen, vice-president; Joe Fader, president. 10MISSINGMISSINGQueen Donna Bacon makes her first appearance as 1981 Homecoming Queen. Homecoming 1980 Joe Eader, Co-captain of this year’s varsity team, crowns Homecoming Queen. Deanna Milda and Scott Karnes enjoy Homecoming Dance. Three generations of F.C.H.S., Dr. Don Griffin, Mr. Ed Griffin, and Andy Griffin represent the classes of 1956, 1931, and 1981. 14Joe Moore" — Wes Bennett The REDBIRD Annual sponsored its second Camera Day Wednesday, November 26, 1980. There were twenty-one entries. The winners chosen were: Rcne Thompson — First Place Wes Bennett — Second Place Michelle Riddle — Third Place Camera Day will be an annual affair. Student participation this year was very good. The staff wishes to thank all students who participated. ‘Chris Melvin”— Michelle Riddle ‘Creative Writing Class’ ’ — Rene Thompson 15ADMINISTRATIONMr. L. Goebel Patton Superintendent of Schools Mr. L. Goebel Patton, Superintendent of Frankfort Community District 168, is a man dedicated to the ideals of education for all. His responsibility lies in the area of creative and efficient operation of the school district. Mr. Patton is a vital link between school and community. He maintains a working relationship between the two. The Board of Education is comprised of busy citizens who work closely with the Superintendent of Schools to formulate and carry out school policies. As representatives of the people, the Board of Education and Mr. Patton work to satisfy the desires of the community. BOARD OF EDUCATION Row I: Bob Croslin, David Woods, Shirley Florian. Row 2: Jack Wall, Fred Kondritz, J. R. Sears, Jack Summers. 18Mr. Gail Barton, F.C.H.S. Principal Mr. Gail Borton, principal at F.C.H.S. for eight years, is responsible for scheduling students, disciplining and co-ordinating the problems between faculty and students. Mr. Borton, a key community figure, is active in civic organizations and IHSA activities statewide. Through his efforts, F.C.H.S. is constantly upgrading its educational standards. Faculty and students work together with Mr. Borton to establish school and community ties. Mrs. Betty Grotti, Bookkeeper Miss Gay Bixler, F.C.H.S. Secretary 19Basketball coaches have a humorous discussion. Mrs. Orso and Mr. Clover and committee members N. Cowsert and G. Darby wait for the Coronation. Mr. Borton enjoys the “Turkey Day” victory. Coach Ernest and Coach DcMattei look on seriously as Benton drives down the field. 20FACULTYFaculty Aids F.C.H.S. Students Mrs. Wilma Anderson Mr. Alan Barton Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts Mrs. Genelle Bedokis Mrs. Sheila Blackwood Mrs. Jean Chamness Mr. George Clark Mr. Russell Clover 22On Their Pathways to Education Mr. Larry DeMattei Mr. Frank Dohanich Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris Mr. William Ferketich Mr. Gene Ernest Mr. Paul Grammer Mr. Lowell Grissom Mrs. Sandra Fiori 23Mrs. Jane Hedley Miss Dolores Grosco Mr. George Grosco Mr. Donald Hobbs Mr. Harold Hood Miss Alice Hrovatich Mr. George Karoski Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow 24Mr. Eugene Morton Mr. Tim Murphy Mrs. Elizabeth Orso Mrs. Sharon Pappas Mr. Raymond Owens Mr. Steve Pasko Miss Jane Perr Mrs. Vickie Price Faculty Plays Key Role in Classroom Mr. Elmo Ricci Mr. Tim Ricci Mr. Don Rice Mrs. Mary Ann Riva Mr. Charles Smith Mr. Ron Smith Mrs. Linda Stevens Mrs. Peggy SmithAnd Extra-Curricular Activities Mr. Mike Thomas Mrs. Joyce Trovillion Mr. Richard Stritzel Mrs. Mary Jane York Mr. Ferketich, Mrs. York, and Mrs. Trovillion make use of office records during conference hour. 27FACULTY DIRECTORY Anderson, Wilma English Barton. Alan Building Trades Batts. Hellen Mary English, REDBIRD Annual Bedokis. Gcncllc Librarian Blackwood, Sheila Mathematics Chamncss, Jean Mathematics Clark. George Guidance Clover. Russell English. REDBIRD Notes DeMaltci, Larry — Social Studies Dohanich, Frank Industrial Arts Dorris, Mary Ellen — Business Ernest. Gene — Physical Education Ferkctich, William Guidance, Industrial Arts Careers Fiori. Sandra Spanish, Social Studies Grammcr, Paul Social Studies Grissom, Lowell — Social Studies Grosco. Dolores Business, Dean of Girls Grosco. George — Science Hcdlcy. Jane — Home Economics Hobbs. Donald Agriculture, Welding Hood, Harold Social Studies Hrovatich. Alice — Business Karoski, George Driver Education, Physical Education Marlow, Jo Linda — English Morton, Eugene — Chorus Murphy, Tim — Art Orso, Elizabeth Special Education Owens. Raymond Science, Photography Pappas. Sharon Home Economics Pasko. Steve Welding, Industrial Arts Perr, Jane — English Price. Vicky— Home Economics Ricci, Elmo— Drafting, Industrial Arts Ricci. Tim — Physical Education. Health Rice, Don Social Studies Riva, Mary Ann Physical Education Smith, Charles — English Smith, Peggy — Special Education Smith, Ron Electricity, Dean of Boys Stevens, Linda — Mathematics, Science Stritzel, Richard Mathematics Thomas, Mike— Band Trovillion, Joyce — Science Weakly, Dan — Auto Mechanics Winter, Ron Drivers Education York, Mary Jane — Nursing Yuhas, Ernest BusinessSENIORS Congratulations to the “Class of 1981" who have mastered high school graduation and have begun new steps down the pathways of the adult world. Many memories of these past four years will remain in each of the graduates' lives. They have been years filled with learning, both in and out of the classroom, with new relationships being made, and with growth in many areas of their lives. As the final year draws to a close, there will be feelings of both excitement and sadness as one can look ahead to a new step in his future and also look back at all that step will leave behind. Through it all, these “high school days" will be a part of the lives each chooses to lead. The seniors elected as class president, Joe Eader; Jim Nolen, vice-president; Kim Galli, secretary; and Stacee Arnett, the treasurer. Keith Griffith was this year's Student Body President, and Donna Bacon was chosen Homecoming Queen. Thanks go to the sponsor, Mr. Harold Hood, for his help and to the many faculty members who added new knowledge to each senior’s life. The senior class can be proud of the accomplishments they have made, and obstacles they have overcome to attain their diplomas and reach the end of high school pathways. Good luck. Seniors! 29Introducing The Nineteen Eighty-One Terry Adelsberger Lisa Akin Mike Acton Lynn Ambos Cyndi Anderson Stacee Arnett 30Senior Class of F.C.H.S. ir Wesley-Bennett Jill Bernhard Justin Blocker Laura Boehnlein Scott Borchert Lori Ann Bourland Jane Brookhouse Allison Bruno Jay Calcaterra 31Keith Canaday Scott Canann Roger Calvert Becky Caraker Jim Christy Cindy Claridy I, Christy Clutts Debra Colburn Lori ClarkRichard Colyer Fred Conaway Kevin Cornelia Doug Crawford Greg Darby V ,Cv Jeff Darnell Jim Darnell Patty Davis 33Theresa Davis Debbie Dawson Lisa Demaretti Joe Eader L Jo Donna Dorris Linda Dorris Robin Freeman Phillip Fries Tammy Ezell 34John Gardner Donna Gahn Kim Galli Kathy Golio Andy Griffin Juanita Garland I Keith Griffith Randy Griffith Mike Gunter 35Seniors Anticipate Their Journeys Down Debbie Harper Marilyn Harris Sheri Harrum Karla Hehner Gayla Herrell John Heyder Debbie Hughes Lori Issacs Debbie Huite 36Pathways of the Adult World Robbie Jent Keith Jones Randy Jones Scott Karnes Todd Kerrone Richard Lane Nancy Lemmon Debbie LindNatalie Logsdon Kendall Long Tracy Lovan Chris Mabery Tony Martin Steve Luttenbacher Tammy McClerren Darmon McClintock Amy McDaniel 38Keith McElyea Stephanie Mitchell Wendy Mitchell Gayla McMillin Deanna Milda Jeff Moake : Scott Melvin Marcy Melvin Cindy MinichJeff Moore Joe Moore Janice Morgan Jeff Moschino Debra Murray Angie Neeley Becky Neves Doty John Niblett Sandy NicklinDoug Nolen Jim Nolen David Opdyke Tedi Owens Traci Owens Teresa Parkhill Ann Parrish Paul Peeler Sandy Perkins 41Tom Pietrantoni Susan Poole Vince Poole Jim Reimer Mark Remm Darrell PresleyRebecca Ross Earl Samples Cindy Rogers Diane Sanders Robin Saulsbury Kelly Scott Teri Sipes John Smith Ron SmithBrent Smothers Monica Spears Beth Steh Eddie Stoner Tina Stoner David SummersMargie Tresso Harold Uhls Claudia Vanwey Tony VanZandt Scott Verschueren I Keith Vaughn David Ward 45Shawn Wiggins Larrie Wertz Jane Whiting Scott Williams Shaun Winter Patty Workman Paula Yadro Toni Young Nancy YadroSenior Activities Acton, Mike — Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Spanish Club 1,2. Adelsberger, Terry — Football 1. Akin, Lisa Ambos, Lynn Anderson, Cynthia Arnett, Stacee — Student Council 1. 2, 3; Class Officer (Treasurer) 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cheerleader 1,2; Homecoming Court 1, 2, 4. Armes, Peggy Ashby, Glenn — Spanish Club 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Civil Air Pilot 1,2, 3, 4. Bacon, Donna — Student Council I; Homecoming Queen 4. Bennett, Wesley — F.T.A. (President) 4; Student Council 2; National Honor Society 3, 4: Assistant VIP Writer for Drafting 4. Bernhard, Jill — Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Student Council 1, 2; F.H.A. 1,2. Blocker, Justin Boehnlein, Laura Borchert, Scott — F.F.A. 1,2; Honor Society 2. Bourland, Lori Ann — F.F.A. Reporter 4; F.F.A. Sweetheart 3; Volleyball 4; Interpreters Theater 4. Brookhouse, Jane — Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2; Trackette 2. Bruno, Allison — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2: Spanish Club 3. Calcaterra. Jay — Baseball 3,4; Track 1, 2. Calvert, Roger— Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4. Canaday, Keith Football 4. Canann, Scott — Student Council 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Band 1,2. Caraker, Becky — Rifle Corps 2; Art Circle 3. Cardin, Carrie — Spanish Club 4. Christy, Jimmy Claridy, Cindy Clark, Lori — National Honor Society 3, 4; Class President 1; Student Council. Clutts, Christy — Homecoming Court 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4. Colburn, Debbie — Redbird Notes 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Flag Corps 1. Conaway, Fred — Wrestling 2; Chorus 4. Cornelia, Darren Cornelia, Kevin Crawford, Doug— F.F.A. 1. Darby, Greg — Redbird Notes 4; Freedom '81 4. Darnell, Jeff Darnell, Jim Davis, Theresa Dawson, Debbie Demaretti, Lisa — Redbird Annual 1, 2, 3. Dorris, Jo Donna — Flag Corps 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2. Dorris, Linda — Nike 3,4. Eader, Joe — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Officer (President). Ezell, Tammy — Cheerleader 2, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4 (President); Student Council 3, 4 (Vice-President); Art Circle 1. Filkins, Tammy Freeman, Robin — Freedom ’81 1, 2, 4; Redbird Notes 4; Interpreters Theater 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Fries, Philip — Chorus 1, 2, 3,4; Football I, 2; Wrestling I, 2, 3; F.F.A. 1. Gahn, Donna — Student Secretary 3. Galli, Kim — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Trackette 2, 3. 4; Redbird Annual 1,2, 3. Gardner. John — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2. Garland, Juanita — F.H.A. I. Golio, Kathy Griffin, Andy — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2. 3, 4. Griffith, Keith - Student Body President 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. 3, 4; Class Officer 2, 3; Student Council 1,2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Redbird Annual 2, 3,4; Track 2; Master of Ceremonies 4. Griffith, Randy — Redbird Annual 2, 3,4. Gunter, Mike Hargrave, Charlene Harper, Debbie Harris, Marilyn Harrum, Sheri — Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2; Homecoming Court 1. Hchncr, Karla — Band 1,2, 3; Nike Club (President) 3. 4; Office Worker 3,4; F.T.A. 2, 3. Herrell, Gayla — Softball; F.H.A. Heyder, John Hughes, Debbie Huite, Debbie Innis, Dianne Isaacs, Lori — Student Secretary 3, 4. Jent, Robbie Jones, Keith Jones, Randy — Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1. Julian, John — Baseball 1; Band 1,2. Karnes, Scott — Basketball 1,2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Kelley, Tammy Kerrone, Todd — F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4. Lane, Richard — Band 1,2, 3; Band Council 2, 3. Lemmon, Nancy — F.T.A. Lind, Debbie — F.H.A. 1. Logsdon, Natalie Long, Kendall Lovan, Tracy — F.H.A.; Freedom ’81; Redbird Notes. Luttenbachcr, Steve— Football 1,2; Wrestling 3. Martin, Tony McCIcrren, Tammy — Cheerleader 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2. McClintock, Darmon — Spanish Club 2, 3. McDaniel, Amy 47McMillin, Gayla — F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Nike 4: Play 1. Melvin, Marcy — Co-op 4; Spanish Club 2; Co-ed Track 1; Cross Country Track 1. Melvin, Scott — Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 3. Dunn, Merritt Mikutis, Tedi Milda, Deanna — Attendant 3; Art 2, 3, 4. Miller, Shawn — Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Art 1,2, 3, 4. Minich, Cindy — Band 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pom-Pon Squad 4; Interpreters Theater 3; Mistress of Ceremonies 4. Mitchell, Stephanie — Honor Society; Sub Debs; Red-bird Annual; Nike Club; F.T.A. Moake, Jeff — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3; Key Club 1,2, 3, 4. Moore, Jeff — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Track 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Moore, Joe — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Track I, 2;Spanish 3, 4. Morgan, Janice Moschino, Jeff Murray, Debra — Redbird Annual 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4. Neeley, Angie — Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Student Council 1; F.H.A. I. Niblett, John — Football 1,2; Wrestling 3. Nicholson, Tim Nicklin, Sandy — Student Secretary 3. Nolen, Doug — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Basketball 1. Nolen, Jim — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Class Officer 4; Band 1,2, 3,4. Odam, Tammy Opdyke, David — Redbird Notes 3,4. Owens, Tedi Owens, Traci Parkhill, Teresa — Work Study Program; Cafeteria Worker 2. Parrish, Ann — Redbird Notes 3, 4, Editor 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; Art Circle 1, 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Freedom Committee 2,3,4. Peeler, Paul Perkins, Sandy Pietrantoni, Tom — Football. Poole, Susan Poole, Vince— Wrestling 1, 2, 3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2, 3,4. Presley, Darrel Davis, Patty Reimer, Jim — F.T.A. 4. Remm, Mark — Band 2, 3. Rich, Alfred Roberts, David — Football 4. Robinson, Becky — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Sub Debs 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Redbird Annual 2, 3, 4. Rogers, Cindy — Student Council 3, 4; Youth Board 1,2; Art Circle 1. Ross, Rebecca Russell. Jeff Samples, Earl — Wrestling 1; Baseball 1; Football 1, 2. Sanders, Diane — Band 1, 2; F.T.A. 3. Saulsbury, Robin — Art Circle 1, 2. Scott, Kelley — Spanish Club 3, 4; Office Help 3; F.H.A. 1. Sipes, Teri Smith, John Smith, Ron Smothers, Brent — F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1. Spears, Monica — F.H.A. 1. Steh, Beth — Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1,2, 3, 4; Interpreters’ Theater 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Volleyball 4. Stoner, Eddie — Football 1,2,4. Stoner, Tina — NIKE Club 3, 4; Student Secretary 3, 4; Girls'Softball 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2. Summers, David -— Attendance Office 4; Football 1, 2. Syers, Tom —Track; Basketball; Football. Tanner, Becky Thompson, Rene — Girls’ Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Art 4; Art Circle 4. Tresso, Margie — Art Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Help 2; Volleyball 4. Uhls, Harold — National Honor Society; Football Statistician; Attendance Office; Basketball Videotape. Vanwcy, Claudia — Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl Scout 1,2, 3, 4. VanZandt, Tony — Football 1; Wrestling 1. Vaughn, Keith — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4. Verschuercn, Scott — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1; F.T.A. 1,4. Ward, David Warren, Tammy — Youth Board 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1; NIKE Club 3,4. Webster, Tom Wertz, Larrie Whiting, Jane — Volleyball 4; Redbird Notes 3, 4; F.T.A. 3. Wiggins, Shawn Williams, Scott Winter, Shawn — Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; Track 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3. Workman, Patty Yadro, Nancy — Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council President 4; Girl Scout 1,2, 3,4. Yadro, Paula — F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.H.A. President 4; NIKE Club 3,4; Art Circle 2, 3. Young, Toni — National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Interpreters’ Theater 1, 2, 3, 4; NIKE Club 3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3. 48JUNIORS For the Class of 1982, the beginning of this year brought with its arrival, feelings of apprehension and an air of superiority for the Juniors. After two long years, they were finally upper-classmen. Of course, all the “fun and games” had been important, but now the Juniors have realized that the homework and the studying are for a purpose, too. They were also learning how to put knowledge into actual practice. The Juniors again assumed their traditional role of planning and producing the Junior-Senior Prom. Before they could do this, they had to sell many boxes of Milk Duds and Redbird stickers. The Class of 1982 finally ordered their coveted class rings. This year the Junior Homecoming Attendants were Tammy Hampton and Sheri Maragni. The Junior class officers were Bill Mason, president; Jackie Brown, vice-president; Tammy Hampton, secretary; and Tedria Rodgers, treasurer. With the help of Mr. Tim Murphy and Mrs. Jean Chamness, Junior class sponsors, this year was a very successful one. 49Juniors Mark One More Milestone Kenny Anderson Betty Andrews Dale Armes Deon Armes Kurt Avripas Richard Baker Scott Barker Shane Barnes Terri Barton David Bartoni Vikki Beattie Kevin Behn Lori Behn Pat Bixler Joe Blackshare tOn Their Pathways to The Future Lee Boggs Lisa Boozer Cheryl Borchert Dennis Bowers Jean Brotherton Jackie Brown Greg Broy Tom Broy Renee Burton Mike Calcaterra Allyson Cannon Laura Caraker Rita Caraker Billy Carrington Betty ChapmanTammy Chapman Janet Christy Tina Cogdill Kendall Coleman Lcanne C remcens Lois Crowder Steve Darnell Larry Dawson Steve Dotson Joe Duff Sharon Dunham Marc Dunning Laura Essick Dan Fairchild Tom Filkins 52Brett Franklin Jeff Frazier Rachel Freeman Michelle Frost Tammy Gass Wayna Gass Kevin Gibbs Kathie Gore Charles Gregory Gloria Gunter Lea Hagar Dan Hall James Hall Mike Hall Kelly Halstead 53Michelle Hammers Dan Hammond Tammy Hampton Chuck Harkins Mike Harkins Chris Harrawood James Harris John Heal Laura Hefner Dane Henson Kent Herron Becky Hill 54 Jesse Howard Sue Hughes Regina HuitcRichard Huitc Ron Hutchcraft David Irvin Larry Jackson Kim Johnson Lisa Jurjens Mike Karoski Debbie Kelso Dale King Joe Lamont John Lasley Melinda Lewis Laura Linsley Betty Lucas Sheri Maragni 55Juniors Will Have Memories of Harry Marshall Bill Mason Paul Matheny Gcno Mayfield Melody McClanahan James McClure Brad McElyea Richard McPhail Janet Meadows Tina Merlano Bob Michael Ray Michael Randy Minton John Mize Larry Moore 561980 Election and Hostage Crisis Samuel Moore Roger Morgan Scott Morganthaler Jayma Morhet Ritchie Morthland Debbie Myatt David Nolen Jeff Odle Tim Odum Becky Owsley Lynn Parrish Myra Perry Lori Pugh Mike Rachels Lee RandolphBambi Ratlcy Richard Raubach John Reimer John Rennie Kathy Richards Don Richardson Randy Riddle John Robinson Bob Rogers Robin Rogers Tedria Rogers Kevin Ross Gaila Rumsey Rhonda Russell Tracy Sanders 58Randy Scars Kelly Shockley Laura Shoemaker Rex Slane Debbie Smith Cindy Spicer Daisy Stanley Loretta Starrick Eric Stevens Kellie Stodghill Tracy Stubblefield Pam Sullivan Ron Taylor LaDonna Tefertiller Bernie Thomas 59Rita Thomas George Tomlinson Diana Valeo Linda Wallace J.T. Walters Greg Ward Laura Webster Bobby Welburn Rachel Westray Lcda White John Wiehn Don Wilburn Tim Wiley Raymond Wilkins Lisa Williams 60Dana Wilson Kevin Winingcr Veronica Woodward Trevor Woody Tammy Woolscy Chuck Wortman Debbie Wright Richard Wright Pam Yadro NOT PICTURED Larry Brady Ron Braggs Kelly Davis John Garner Steve Irvin Ron Issacs Marcia Moore Dan Payne 61 Jo Ellen ThrogmortonSenior J. Eader prepares for another school day. Band member L. Polasky shows true form of clarinet playing during this recital. T. Rogers, K. Shockley, and C. Spicer spend lunch hour together. Another school day comes to an end for these senior students. M. Reed and R. McPhail are two of the F.C.H.S. students who attended the Homecoming football game. 62SOPHOMORES Last year’s Freshman Class became this year’s Sophomores as the Class of 1983 began their second year at Frankfort Community High School. No longer would they be the “balcony birds’’ and suffer the humiliations of first year students. The Sophomore Class took part in many activities during the course of the 1980-81 school year. They sold M M’s and operated the concession stands at a basketball game. The Sophomore attendants for the Homecoming Coronation were Michelle Reed and Kellie Golis. The class officers chosen by the class were Bobby Hill, president; Amy Hughes, vice-president; Dana Lucas, secretary; and Nola Cowsert, treasurer. Mr. Raymond Owens was the class sponsor, and Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris was his assistant. Through determination and hard work, the Class of 1983 made their second year a year to be valued and remembered. 63Sophomores See President Carter on Tracy Adkins Julie Akin Tammy Allen Shirley Ambos Lenia Anderson Robert Anderson Johnny Andrews Tammy Avery Texas Bandy Fat Barrett Denise Basler Angie Blades Eric Boehnlein Jon Borton Andy Bowling Dewayne Brown Kelly Burkitt Rhonda Burton Jody Calvert Brian Canann Betty Carr Greg Chance Stephanie Cima Steve Clements 64His Visit to West Frankfort Debbie Colyer Don Connell Darla Conners Nola Cowsert Jeff Crawford Mary Jane Cremer Kelly Croteau John Czorniak Brad Dawe Jeff Day Gerald Delgy Gerald Dorris Georgia Dotson Tina Dunning Brent Fitzgerald Ronnie Fitzgerald Rhonda Followcll Paul Gahn Tony Galbraith Brad Galli Chuck Gardner Tim Glodich Kelly Golis Scott Graves 65Bill Gregory Darren Grotti Ed Gutierrez Tony Hall Tracy Hall Susan Hamilton John Hammers Lisa Harper Troy Hart Bobby Hill Anita Holloman Darin Hoover Darrell Hopper Melissa Howard Bill Hubbard Amy Hughes Jimmy Jones Randy Jordan Chuck Karnes John Karnes Melissa Kathalynas Randy Katich Kevin Kaytor Lora Kinsman 66Keith Lawrence Mike Lawrence Curtis Lee Barbara Lind Jennifer Liska Kccia Little Monte Logsdon Terri Logsdon Dana Lucas John Lucas Larry Mabry Art Maddox Beth Margelli Rick Marks Steve Marvel Robin Mays Bill McClement Nancy McClerren Floyd McClintock Peggy McGhee Caprise McGough Denise McGough Keith McLain Jennifer McMillin 67Sophomores Look Forward to Chris Milda Dana Miller John Miller Debbie Minich John Mize John Moakc Lee Mocaby Ryan Mocaby Barry Mosley Greg Mosley Jeff Mull Angie Neal Kathy Nolen Liza Nolen Kelly Norman Billy Odum Jack Odle Jackie Opdykc John Ostcrhout Jim Owens Rhonda Owens Rena Pattarozzi Darla Patterson John Patterson 68“Sweet Sixteen” and Their Drivers License Barry Pearce Mike Peeler Debbie Perkins Eric Peterson Kevin Pierce Adelita Pitz Jim Poole Jeff Porritt Beth Raubach Sharon Razor Michelle Reed Ruby Reed Dennis Reeder Harold Rich Richard Richerson Michelle Riddle Dana Roberts James Rodarmel Jay Sala Ernie Sanders Mike Sanders Shelly Schumacher Jean Scott Sarah ShefflerScott Shockley Trade Shupe Amy Simmons Sue Simons Kevin Simpson Jeff Sloan Debra Smelcer Toni Smelcer Rena Smilanich Brian Sneed Ben Sparks Donna Sprague Christine Stanger Michelle Steinmetz Jamie Stevens Teri Stufflebcan Rudy Tefertiller John Terry Robbie Tomlinson Angie Tresso Cameron Trusty Tim Uhls Tim Vanwey Shelly Volanski 70Angie Wagner David Wallace John Wallace Tina Wallace Cheryl Wilburn Mike Wilburn Cindy Williams Kerriann Wilson Dewayne Woodard Shelia Woodard Dana Woody Scott Wright NOT PICTURED Jay Bussler Kelly Donovan Debbie Innis Scott Russell Janet Sanders Betty Spain Donna Tomanovich Karen Watkins James Wilce Paul Wilson F.C.H.S. students register for new school year. 71Class officers of the 1980-81 school year worked hard to support their separate classes. F.C.H.S. at Work These senior government students use the period for studying. Freshman D. Griffin takes care of refreshments at Homecoming Dance. Mrs. Dorris takes time to help her accounting students. 72The Freshmen, eager to begin their four short years of high school, encountered many aggravating experiences. Forgetting locker combinations, getting to class late, and losing class assignments were but a few of these experiences, as the “greenies” began to face the hardships of being first year students. Despite the irritating struggles, they seemed to have conquered the difficulties in adjustment and made their first year a very special and memorable one. Under the supervision of Mr. Richard Stritzel and Mr. George Grosco, the Freshmen raised money for their treasury and contributed to school spirit by selling Redbird hats and working concessions. The Freshman class chose Amy Forgatch and Dawn Murray as their representatives in the Homecoming Court. Class officers for the year were Karen Harpool, president; Dawn Murray, vice-president; Michelle Boyd, secretary; and Joni Bernhard, treasurer. While making many new acquaintances and reaching new steps in each of their lives, the class of 1984 established themselves as a class to be remembered. 73Freshmen Begin the Exploration of Greg Acton Denise Adams Jim Adams Anna Anderson Georgette Anderson Colette Andesilich Susan Androff Bill Bacon Kristen Basler Deanna Beaver Coleen Bennett Rickey Bennett Joni Bernhard Thomas Bernhard Lindcll Blades Lori Blake Randy Blocker Dean Borcky Kathy Boren Leannc Bowers Peri Bowman Michelle Boyd Ja Dean Boyer Dorothy Bromley John Calcaterra Keith Campbell Kevin Canann Robert Carrington Charles Clark Julie Cleland Brandon Clements Chip Clover George Collins Steve Crawford Theresa Crawford 74Educational Pathways of F.C.H.S. Dana Davis Wendy Davis Jeff Dawson Brett Dees Frank Desomer Tara Dinn Lisa Dodd Billy Jo Donas Robert Dorris John Duff Roy Egeditch Mark Ekern Jeanna Ernest Paul Esparza Tammy Filkins Connie Finney Edward Florian Amy Forgatch Renee Frazier Danny Free Dawn Fries Marty Fulford GregGalli Stacy Garrett Jill Gilbert Jason Goodson Allen Gosnell Dawn Griffin April Gutierrez Deborah Hall Linda Hall Larry Hand Karen Harpool Kevin Harpool Carl Harris 75Rhonda Harris Kelly Hawkins Todd Hawkins Mitch Hay man Andy Hemminger Dana Herring Leslie Hill Ida Hogebaum Beth Hood Debra Hoppers Donnie Hoppers Dean Horsley Laura Hughes Danny Irby Diana Irby Denise Irvin Darrin Jeffries Deanna Johnson Eleanor Johnson Ken Johnson Roy Johnson Jeff Jones Richard Jones Steve Kalahcr David Karnes Matt Karnes Mark King Susie Kirkman Carl Lee Chris Levine Susan Linsley Tim Lindsey Michelle Lintner Lisa Martin Lisa Mason 76 Rhonda Mays Dana McCarty Bobby Melvin Chris Melvin Kelcy Melvin Kerri Melvin Don Messamore Ron Messamore Ruth Michael Lance Miller Trevor Minton Jamy Miranda Kathy Morgan Sonya Morgan Toni Moschino Diane Murphy Dawn Murray Marvin Napier Scott Neibel Joe Nicklin Doug O’Connor Lisa Palasky Roger Parks Karen Patton Sharon Payne James Perriman John Perrotto Chris Pierce Cary Pickles Richie Poole Nancy Potepan Rebecca Price Janet Pry Julie Pugh Debra Rachels 77Class of 1984 Builds Unforgettable Larry Rachels Kevin Racic Danny Ramey Jim Rich Susan Rissi Stan Roan Barbara Robinson Chris Robinson Kathy Rogers Jeannette Ross Robert Rumsey Roberta Rumsey Scott Ruzich Bill Sandusky Karen Sears Brent Sesock Darren Shoemaker Amy Silvcn Tabatha Smclccr Lori Smith Mike Smith Stephanie Smith Mary Beth Sneddon John Snyder Ron Spicer Becky Stanger Janet Stanley Kim Talluto Kevin Taylor Tcri Taylor Jeff Tharp Scott Thomas Mike Todich Tony Toth Mark Trusty 78Memories to Last a Lifetime Danny Uhls Christine Vaughn Vernon Vcaughn Tammy Vcrschucrcn Lori Walters Barbara Welborn Angie Wheeler Tena Wilce Mike Wileman Gayle Williams Kim Williams David Willmore Grant W'ilson Kevin Wilson Terri Witkewitz Freshmen enjoy the first year of high school at F.C.H.S. 79F.C.H.S. Students B. Sparks works on welding project. Students go to afternoon classes. J. Nicklin and A. Wagner spend lunch hour together. Friends share common interests. Junior students relax during spare time. 80“Hail the teams which bring us glory”; a phrase used in the F.C.H.S. Alma Mater, certainly rings true for the distinguished sports program the Redbirds have acquired. With six sports for men and three for women, the Red-birds have developed a sense of pride, both in the athlete and in the student body, as year after year F.C.H.S. has been among the most competitive teams in the area. F.C.H.S. has seen new additions to the athletic division. The beginning of a girls’ volleyball program, with Mr. Tim Murphy as coach brought new enthusiasm to the girls’ program. Mr. Ron Winter took over the wrestling program; Mr. Don Rice became head boys track coach; and Mr. George Hopkins took control of the girls’ softball team. New excitement was also found as the Redbirds changed to “Class A” for tournament action. In each sport the Redbirds have brought pride and spirit to their school by developing fine athletes and forming values for the performers to carry on through life. 81VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: B. Rogers, D. Irvin, J. Moake, J. Frazier, R. Morthland, A. Griffin, J. Moore. Row 2: Mgr. T. Syers, R. Morgan, M. Dunning. B. Mason. S. Darnell, R Raubach, B. Michael, C. Wortman, D. Roberts, Mgr. K. Avripas. Row 3: E. Stoner, R. Riddle. J. Nolen, S. Verschueren, K. Canaday, R. Hutchcraft, R. Calvert, M. Hall, G. Tomlinson. Row 4: Coach Rice, Coach DeMattei, R. Taylor, R. Michael, D. Nolen, D. Henson, J. Moore, J. Eader, L. Randolph, D. Ward. Coach Ernest. 1980 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD REDBIRDS OPPONENTS 13 DuQuoin 6 53 Flighland 13 27 Flerrin 6 13 Carbondale 25 24 Marion 13 31 Centralia 8 14 Mount Vernon 15 14 Harrisburg 31 53 Sparta 6 38 Benton 6 The 1980-81 Varsity Redbird Football Team with a roster of nine returning lcttermen finished the season with a 7-3 record. The Redbirds started the season with three straight victories before losing a heart-breaker to Carbon-dale. They finished the season with victories over Sparta, 53-6, and Benton, 38-6, in the annual Turkey Day Game. F.C.FLS. Flead Football Coach Gene Ernest said that their year’s team was one of the most dedicated teams that he had ever coached and stated that it was a pleasure to be a part of their successful season. J. Eader, J. Nolen, D. Ward, and S. Verschueren were named both to the All Conference and All South teams. Senior Co-Captain J. Eader was selected by the EVANSVILLE COURIER as the best football player in Southern Illinois. This is the first time an athlete from F.C.FLS. has ever been chosen for this honor. 82Senior Halfback Jim Nolen Senior Guard Dave Ward Senior Tackle Doug Nolen Team Captain, Senior Quarterback Jeff Moore Team Captain, Senior Tackle Joe Eader Redbirds defense stops Rangers. Flacekickcr R. Michael kicks extra point. 83Senior End Jeff Moake Senior Quarterback J. Moore gains ten yards. Senior Guard Andy Griffin Senior End Scott Verschueren R. Hutchcraft scores TD. Senior End Ed Stoner Senior Halfback Joe Moore Senior End Keith Canaday 84Junior Guard Randy Riddle Senior Halfback Dave Roberts Senior Tailback Roger Calvert Junior Quarterbacks R. Morthland and B. Mason J. Eader rushes Carbondale's quarterback. JUNIOR MEMBERS OF VARSITY TEAM — R. Taylor, L. Randolph, R. Michael, D. Henson. 85JUNIOR MEMBERS OF VARSITY TEAM — R. Morgan, M. Hall, S. Darnell, R. Raubach. JUNIOR MEMBERS OF VARSITY TEAM — C. Wortman, B. Rogers, B. Michael, R. Hutchcraft. JUNIOR MEMBERS OF VARSITY TEAM — M. Dunning, J. Frazier, G. Tomlinson, D. Irvin. 86SOPHOMORE TEAM — Row 1: B. Hubbard, J. Poole, K. McLain, J. Moake. Row 2: B. McClement, T. Glodich, S. Shockley, P. Gahn, T. Vanwey, Coach Wilkinson. Row 3: J. Hammers, S. Marvel, J. Wallace, E. Gutierrez, R. Richerson, S. Graves. Row 4: Coach Dziadus, D. Wallace, D. Connell, R. Tefertiller, R. Katich, J. Lucas, C. Trusty, Coach Reach. FRESHMAN TEAM — Row 1: F. DeSomer, B. Bacon, J. Perrotto, A. Hemminger, G. Acton, J. Duff. Row 2: R. Dorris, M. Smith, J. Tharp, D. Willmore, D. O’Connor, R. Spicer. Row 3: Coach Dziadus, K. Racic, J. Dawson, L. Rachels, Coach Reach, J. Jones, R. Rumsey, J. Nicklin, Coach Wilkinson. 87GOLF TEAM — Row 1: B. Decs, J. Sala, B. Galli, G. Galli. Row 2: Coach Karoski, G. Ward, S. Winter, K. Anderson, M. Karoski. 1980 Conference Champs Sixth Consecutive Year The 1980 Redbird Golf Team under the direction of Mr. George Karoski ended its season as conference champs for the sixth consecutive year. This year’s linksmen won their fourth district tournament in five years. The 1980 team also placed third in the Belleville Invitational Tournament, one of the highest rated tournaments in the state of Illinois. The Redbirds were led this year by junior Mike Karoski and senior Shaun Winter, who was the medalist both in the conference and the district tournaments. Senior Golfer Shaun Winter 86VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: L. Bourland, J. L. Nolen, Mgr. L. Tefertillcr, J. R. Owens, L. White. Row 2: D. Myatt, S. Hughes, K. Halstead, R. Thompson, B. Robinson, K. Stodghill, B. Steh, Coach T. Murphy. JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: T. Shupe, J. McMillin, A. Wagner, B. Donas, K. Harpool. Row 2: S. Garrett, D. Patterson, S. Simons, K. Golis, J. Stevens, C. Finney, Coach T. Murphy.VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: M. Dunning, J. Moore, Coach Grammcr, Coach Ricci, Coach Fiori, K. Herron, R. Morthland. Row 2: Mgr. J. Terry, S. Dotson, M. Karoski. J. Moore. K. Griffith, S. Melvin, K. Anderson, K. Vaughn, R. McPhail, Stats. J. Robinson 1981 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD REDBIRDS OPPONENTS 83 Johnston City 42 54 DuQuoin 59 63 Centralia 81 72 Harrisburg 54 42 Mount Vernon 69 66 Herrin 64 CARBONDALE HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT 38 Maine East 55 59 Belleville East 45 74 Herrin 50 51 Collinsville 54 71 Marion 58 57 Benton 55 57 Carbondale PYRAMIDTOURNAMENT 59 (OT) 64 Johnston City 24 68 Marion 55 58 Carbondale 75 64 Harrisburg 50 46 Benton 48 73 Mount Vernon 60 57 Pinckneyville 69 71 Herrin 63 67 Centralia 80 105 Johnston City REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 62 40 Johnston City 26 61 Benton 60 66 McLeansboro 56 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 90Team Captain, Senior Forward Keith Griffith Team Captain, Senior Forward Keith Vaughn Senior Center Senior Guard Jeff Moore Joe Moore 91Senior Center Scott Melvin JUNIOR MEMBERS OF VARSITY TEAM —Marc Dunning, Steve Dotson, and Ritchie Morthland. The West Frankfort Redbirds had the first winning season since 1971-72. This was the first time in nine years that the Redbirds won the Regional championship. The Birds also won the Pyramid Tournament for the third straight year. They tied for third place in the South Seven Conference. Coach Tim Ricci said that he was really proud of the team because they never quit during the entire season. He praised his assistant coaches highly for their hard work, dedication, and loyalty. To quote Coach Ricci, “The enthusiasm of the cheerleaders and the student body will never be forgotten.” The Redbirds lost to Cairo in the Sectional Tournament. The Cairo team won third place in Class “A" State Tournament. The 1980-81 Co-Captains were Keith Griffith and Keith Vaughn. 92SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: J. Sloan. R Richerson. S. Wright. E. Gutierrez, J. Sala. T. Hall, J. Jones. Row 2: T. Glo-dich, R. Jordan, C. Trusty, D. Wallace, R. Tcfertiller, R. Katich. J. Lucas. J. Karnes, Coach Fiori. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: A. Hcmminger, B Bacon, M. Smith, J. Perrotto, E. Florian, K. Harpool Row 2: D. Will-more, M. Hayman, K. Wilson, D. Uhls. R. Jones, J. Goodson. J. Nicklin, J. Duff, J. Tharp, Coach Grammcr. 93VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row 1: M. Calcaterra, G. Acton, D.King, K. Avripas, C. Gardner. Row 2: J. Moake. D. Irvin, S. Barnes. J. Eadcr, J. Wallace, G. Tomlinson, T. Vanwey. 94 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row 1: C. Robinson, T. Galbraith, M. King, D. Free, F. DcSomcr, R. Fitzpatrick, J. Calcaterra, B. Sandusky. Row 2: R. Spicer, B. Hubbard, R. Dorris, S. Marvel. L. Rachels, K. McLain, C. Lee, J. Poole, S. Graves.K. Avripas has opponent in hold. Coach Winter looks on intently. Senior Wrestler Joe Eader Wrestlers watch action in match. T. Vanwey grimaces in hard match.GIRI.S VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: K. Shockley, L. Hagar, S. Perkins, B. Steh. Row 2: C. Vanwey, J. Bernhard. R. Thompson, K.Golis, B. Robinson, K. Boren, R. Owens, Coach Hopkins. 1981 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD REDB1RDS 41 57 70 39 41 46 52 54 29 38 65 37 41 39 31 49 46 45 50 49 33 57 Zeigler-Royalton Johnston City Carterville Centralia Harrisburg Mount Vernon Marion Benton Carbondale Herrin Johnston City Harrisburg Benton Mount Vernon Herrin Marion Carbondale Centralia DuQuoin Murphysboro Herrin Johnston City Regional Tournament OPPONENTS 33 17 60 38 54 78 63 49 39 40 17 51 55 82 50 54 61 68 58 55 46 30 96Team Captain, Senior Forward Becky Robinson Team Captain, Senior Guard Beth Stch Senior Redbirds Show Leadership 97 Senior Guard Sandy Perkins Senior Forward Rene Thompson Senior Guard Claudia VanweyJUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: K. Shockley, S. Garrett. L Hagar. J. Bernhard. K. Boren. G. Anderson, C. Andesilich. R. Owens, L. Bowers, Coach Hopkins. B. Robinson scores on lay-up. B. Steh scores after steal. 98MISSINGMISSINGVARSITY CHEERLEADERS Row I: T. McCIcrrcn, T. Ezell, S. Harrum, A. Neeley. N. Yadro. Row 2: J Morhet, K. Galli, L. Tcfcrlillcr. A. Bruno. M. Hammers. Cheerleaders Boost Team Spirit JUNIOR VARSITY C HEERLEADERS— Row |; J. Scott. D. Lucas, D. Murray. J. Ernest. M Boyd Row 2: A. Hughes. M. Stcinmctz. K Nolen. A. Eorgatch, K. Melvin. 101Redbirds In Action 102Rcdbird defense wait for snap. J. Moore goes up for shot. K. Vaughn scores two points. Rcdbirds wait for rebound. 103B. Michael runs around end. J. Eader looks for sideline signals. K. Herron shoots jump shot. Redbirds stop Rangers. 104ORGANIZATIONS The organizations of F.C.H.S. have proven to be a great asset to the school. The twenty-six different clubs provide an additional form of learning outside the classroom. Through participation, members can learn leadership and see how teamwork and determination can allow the club to attain its goals. The different organizations contain a large percentage of the student body, and each club contains a certain uniqueness to meet the needs of each individual student. The clubs provide a new way for the student to get involved in the actions of its school. The club often acts as a voice between the student and the administration. Many clubs raise money to pay for activities through the selling of items such as candy, food, personal items, and by often taking over concessions during a sports activity. Through participation in these organizations, a member can be sure he will attain many important values for life and will allow each person to treasure his “high school days” that much more. Many students do get involved and join an organizations and keep this long-lived tradition growing stronger each year. 105REDBIRD ANNUAL STAFF — Row I: A. Hughes. T. Slufflebcan, D. Lucas, D. Murray, J. Ernest, D. Murray, B. Robinson, Mrs. Batts. Row 2: R. Griffith, C. Wortman, M. Karoski. K. Griffith, J. Moore, J. Robinson, D. Hall. Throughout the year, the 1980-81 REDBIRD ANNUAL staff worked to meet the three deadlines required for the yearbook’s completion. Under the direction of Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts, they were able to do this. The various tasks and sections are divided among the staffs fourteen members. This year’s co-editors were seniors Debra Murray and Becky Robinson. Their hard work and perseverance helped to make this years’ yearbook a success. Other senior members include Keith Griffith and Jeff Moore as sports editors. Randell Griffith handled the Administration and Faculty section. The staff feels it accomplished its goal of making this year’s annual an innovative one, filled with new ideas to please the student body. CO-EDITORS — Debra Murray and Becky Robinson. 106STAFF-' MEMBERS — Chuck Wortman, John Robinson, and Randcll Griffith. STAFF MEMBERS — Dawn Murray, Jcanna Ernest, Dan Hall, and Mike Karoski. STAFF MEMBERS Keith Griffith and Jeff Moore. STAFF MEMBERS — Amy Hughes, Dana Lucas, and Teri Stufflcbean. 107STUDENT COUNCIL— Row 1: L. Kinsman, J. Brown, S. Maragni, S. Cima, B. Hill, L. Hughes, D. Bromley, K. Simpson. Row 2: S. Linslcy, K. Talluto, C. Rogers, T. Rogers, S. Canaan, T. Young, J. Gilbert, N. Yadro, T. Ezell. Row 3: D. Wright, D. Basler, S. Arnett, L. Linsley, L. Tefertiller, P. Yadro, N. Cowsert, A. Hughes, S. Hamilton, L. Hall. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS — B. Hill, Treasurer; N. Yadro, President; N. Cowsert. Secretary; T. Ezell, Vice-President. The Student Council, under the direction of Mr. Russell Clover, is an elected body of students who represent the entire student body in voice and matters. This club was responsible for Homecoming activities, school fun days, money making projects, and student exchanges. The officers for the year were Nancy Yadro, president; Tammy Ezell, vice-president; Bobby Hill, treasurer; and Nola Cowsert, secretary. 108INTERPRETERS’ THEATRE — Row I: D. Davis, T. Shupe, C. Milda, B. Hill, L. Bourland. A. Sullivan. T. Stufflebean. Row 2: Mrs. Marlow, M. Stcinmctz, S. Simons, K. Burkitt, B. Hill, S. Hamilton, A. Wagner, B. Steh. Row 3: A. Wheeler, T. Young, J. Borton. T. Adkins, K. Nolen, M. Reed. Interpreters’ Theatre Expands INTERPRETERS’ THEATRE OFFICERS — T. Young, President; B. Steh, Vice-President; J. Borton, Secretary; B. Hill, Treasurer; S. Hamilton, Reporter. The Interpreter’s Theatre, sponsored by Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow, is an organization whose membership is open to any student at F.C.H.S. Interpreters’ Theatre had its formal and informal initiation for new members in October at St. Mark’s Hall. In the spring they had a Communications Week April 20-24. Communications Week will conclude the year’s activities with a banquet. The 1980-81 officers were Toni Young, Beth Steh, Jon Borton, Bobby Hill, and Susan Hamilton. 109HONOR SOCIETY — Row I: Mr. Clark, N. Yadro, P. Yadro, A. Parrish, B. Steh, Mr. Fcrketich. Row 2: S. Canann, J. Moake, J. Brookhouse, B. Robinson, T. Young, D. Murray. Row 3: L. Dorris, S. Mitchell, R. Freeman, W. Bennett, S. Arnett, C. Minich. SPANISH CLUB — Row 1: K. Scott, C. Cardin, J. Dorris, D. McClintock, P. Sullivan. Row 2: L. Linsley, S. Canann, R. Morgan, J. Moore, Mrs. Fiori. 110ART CIRCLE — Row 1: L. Martin, A. Trcsso, L. White, L. Hefner, D. Irvin, J. Calvert, K. Burkitt, T. Shupe, K. Melvin, L. Mason, B. Margelli. Row 2: R. Mays, A. Wagner, K. Baslcr, D. Irby, D. Patterson, L. Jurjens, D. McCarty, J. Stevens, L. Wallace, S. Schumacher, K. Scars, D. Tomanovich, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: D. Minich, S. Hamilton, M. Reed, A. Simmons, S. Shcfflcr, M. Tresso, K. Nolen, K. Williams, P. Yadro, T. Filkens, L. Kinsman. YOUTH BOARD — Row 1: T. Chapman, C. Spicer, T. Shupe, A. Wagner, D. Tomanovich, B. Margelli, Mr. Murphy. Row 2: K. Shockley, B. Hill, L. Cremcens, S. Simons, P. Yadro, L. Wallace, S. Hamilton, N. Yadro. Row 3: B. Young, J. Miller, L. Tefertiller. S. Razer, R. Tefertiller, K. Golis, D. Wallace, M. Reed. L. Linsley. Illr KEY CLUB — Row 1: B. Mason, S. Barnes. T. Odum. A. Griffin. D. Wallace, R. Jordan, T. Wiley, G. Tomlinson, G. Ward, J. Czorniak. Row 2: Mr. Yuhas, S. Graves, K. Avripas, J. Hammers, C. Wortman. J. Robinson, T. Glodich, B. Galli, J. Moakc, R. Morthland, J. Miller. Row 3: S. Winter, J. Eadcr. R. McPhail, M. Karoski, K. Griffith. J. Moore. R. Tefcrtillcr. R. Hutchcraft, Q. Wyant, J. Lucas. The F.C.H.S. Key Club is one of the oldest and the most respected clubs of the high school. It is traditionally of great benefit to the school and to the community. Some projects of the 1980-81 school year were: helping the city clean Main Street, collecting money for the Heart Fund, working at the annual barbecue, and sponsoring a Skate-a-thon. The Key Club has donated its profits to school and community projects. 112 KEY CLUB OFFICERS J. Eader. Vice-President; G. Tomlinson, Secretary; S. Winter, President; J. Moore. Treasurer.SUB DEBS Row !: Mrs. Smith, D Minich. T. Rogers, N. Yadro, T. Merlano, T. Ezell, Mrs. Howard. Row 2: D. Baslcr, G. Young, A. Hughes. J. Brookhouse, A. Bruno. M. Lewis. Row 3: L. l.inslcy, A. Simmons, L. Tefcrtillcr, S. Shcffler. S. Mitchell, N. Cowsert, P. Yadro. The Sub Debs arc an asset to F.C.H.S. and a contribution to the community. They showed their enthusiasm by participating in the Easter Seal Walk-A-Thon, by helping in the activities of the Old King Coal Festival, and by skating in the Skate-A-Thon for Muscular Distrophy. The Sub Debs also contributed to the Homecoming Fund by selling mums and candy. Their social activities for the year included a Christmas party, a hayride, and other get-togethers. SUB DEB OFFICERS—Row 1: T. Ezell. Presidents. Mitchell, Vice-President. Row 2: M. Lewis, Treasurer; L. l.inslcy. Historian; T. Mcr-lano. Secretary. 113FREEDOM COMMITTEE Row 1: T. Stufflcbcan. K Harpool. A. Parrish. C. Finney, S. Maragni. B Hill, L. Kinsman. Row 2: S. Hughes, D. Hall. G. Darby. W. Bennett. K. Cornelia. R Freeman, J. Whiting. OFFICE WORKERS Row 1. J. Garland. A. Cannon, M. Hammers, T. Sanders, L. Hefner. Row 2: G. Young, J. Brookhousc, A. Bruno, I Pugh, N. Cowserl. Row 3: D. Summers. R. Lane, H. Uhls, K. Griffith, R. Jones, K. Hehner. 114STUDENT SECRETARIES — Row I: Miss Grosco, L. Starrick, T. Stubblefield, T. Woolsey, D. Innis, D. Smith. S. Woodward. Row 2: D. Myatt, L. Wallace, L. Shoemaker, A. Cannon, S. Hughes, T. Sipes, L. Hefner, N. Yadro. Row 3: D. Wilson, D. Murray, J. Brookhousc, M. Melvin, C. Rogers, R. Thomas. M. McClanahan. STUDENT SECRETARIES Row I: L. Crcmccns, R. Saulsbury, D. Sanders, J. Bernhard. T. Owens, T. Merlano, L. White. Row 2: C. Borchcrt, M. Lewis, S. Mitchell, K. Galli, K. Hchncr, C. Harrawood, L. Akin. 115FTA Row )• L Bowers L Hughes. A. Tresso. D. Bromley, D. Murray. G. Ernest, L. Hagar. K. Harpool, K. Coleman, J. McClcllcn. Row 2: K Scars K Burkitt A Wagner D. Colburn. B. Stch. A. Parrish. W. Bennett, C. Finney, G. Williams, C. Andesilich. Row 3: K. Talluto, S. Smith. L. Paiasky, S. Linslcy, J. Whiting, S. Simons. S, Hamilton, J. Bernhard. L. Hall, J. Gilbert. I. Hogabaum. Row 4: Mrs. Blackwood. J. Reimer, S. Dunham, J. Borton, T. Adkins, K. Cornelia. T. Uhls, K. Wilson. S. Russell, C. Clark, D. Hall. NIKE CLUB Row I: Miss Grosco. J. Garland. K. Hehner. B. Steh. S. Schumacher. Miss Hrovatich. Row 2: P. Yadro.T. Young, r. G McMillin. L. Dorris. T. Warren. A. Cannon. L. Shoemaker. T. McClerrcn. 116FHA HERO Row I: R. Harris, S. Schumacher, K. Williams P Yadro, C. Wilburn, S. Woodward. L. Hughes. Row 2: Mrs. Pappas, J. Holloman, L. Clark, C. Borchert, A. Gutierrez, L. Hall. j. Stevens, D. McCarty, L. Mason, Mrs. Hcdley. TRAINING Row I: Mrs. Hcdley, w Miicncn. ivi. spears, H Caraker, I Kelley. Kow 2: N. Logsdon. T. Lovan I n ris. T. Stoner, J. Heyder. T. Kcrronc. Row 3: L. Dorris, T. Adclsbcrgcr, S. Mitchell, D. Ward, M. Gunter CO-OPERATIVE 11700 BAND — Row I: C. Minich , T. Uhls , L. Palasky, C. Andesiiich , L. Essick. S. Volanski, K. Nolen, D. Minich , J. Cleland. G. Williams, K. Melvin, Kel. Melvin, K. Sears. Row 2: J. Goodson, K. Wilson. S. Dotson , J. Lamont . C. Lee, D. Jeffries. T. Minton. J. Gilbert, R. Not Pictured T. Hart, D. Hall, R. Minton Morthland. J. Nolen , D. Herring, A. Forgatch, A. Simmons. Row 3: Mr. Thomas, T. Mcr-lano, J. Bernhard, A. Griffin . K. Harpool, K, Johnson, B. Young, R. Scars , S. Barker , D. Horsley, J. Miller , E. Sanders . •-Denotes All- Conference Band MemberPOM-PON SQUAD — Sitting: T. Allen, T. Mcrlano , C. Minich , T. Hampton, T. Chapman. Kneeling: P. Yadro, B. Hill, B. Margclli, C. Spicer, K. Shockley, S. Payne, B. Lucas, D. Miller, L. Wallace. Not Pictured — M. Yardo. •-Denotes Co-Captain The F.C.H.S. REDBIRD Marching Band competed in the Murphysboro Apple Festival, the Old King Coal Parade and Field Show, and Veteran's Day Parade. They were honored to play for the visit of President Carter in October. The Concert Band had a very successful Christmas Concert. The band competed in the IHSA Band Contest in performance and sight reading. In 1980 they received a first. The Pep Band performed at the pep assemblies and traveled to the out of town games. A new addition to the band was the Pom-Pon Squad. In their new uniforms, they performed with the Marching Band at the home football games and some of the home basketball games. Scott Barker, Ernie Sanders, and Randy Scars were selected to the 1MEA District VI Band. Scott Barker was the first F.C.H.S. musician to be selected to the All-State Band in recent years. Mr. Mike Thomas is the Band Director. TWIRLERS — Row I. L. Essick,S. Volanski. Row 2: K. Nolen, D. Minich. 119DRUM MAJOR - Randy Sears RIFLE CORPS MEMBERS — L. Wallace, P Yadro. Not Pic- tured: M. Yadro 120 FLAG CORPS MEMBERS - B. Margelli, C. Spicer, T. Chapman, C. Minich, B. Hill, T. Merlano. B. Lucas, T. Allen, T. Hampton, D. Miller, K. Shockley, S. Payne.PEP BAND — Row 1: S. Barker, T. Uhls, S. Dotson, J. Lamont, D. Horsley, C. Andeslich. Row 2: Mr. Thomas, K. Wilson, B Young J Miller E. Sanders, J. Cleland, R. Sears. BAND OFFICERS — Row 1: J. Miller. Sgt. at Arms; L. Essick, 2nd Lt. Row 2: C. Minich, 1st Lt.; J. Nolen, Capt. IMEA DISTRICT VI PARTICIPANTS — S. Barker . R. Sears, E. Sanders. 121 •-Denotes All-State Band ParticipantCHORUS — Row 1:C. Clutts, M. Sneddon, B. Stanger, F. Conway, L. Essick, C. Bennett, L. Dodd. Row 2: K. Watkins, L. Bchn, B. Raubach, G. Gunter, B. Bacon. L. Akin, J. Calvert, D. Huite. Row 3: Mr. Morton, D. Stanley, B. Welborn, B. Carrington, T. Adkins, K. Davis, R. Freeman, M. Kathalynas, D. Herring. CHORDETTES — Row 1: D. Bromley, L. Essick, M. Sneddon, K. Croteau, C. Wilburn, J. Calvert, D. Huite, C. Clutts. Row 2: L. Bchn, B. Raubach, D. Herring, K. Davis, T. Adkins, M. Kathalynas, R. Freeman, L. Akin. 122NURSING I — Row I: R. Burton. L. Bourland, T. Allen. R. Mays, A. Burno, M. Steinmetz, D. Miller. Row 2: Mrs. York, J. Sanders. L. Ambos, G. Brothcrton, A. Neeley, D. Valeo, L. Jurjens. Row 3: S. Volanski, C. Anderson. S. Razor. D. Woody, L. Shoemaker, K. Burkitt. NURSING II - Row 1: L. Carakcr, L. Hefner, D. Innis. Row 2: Mrs. York, J. Meadows. N. Yadro, P. Davis, L. Parrish. Row 3: J. Bernhard, M. Harris, L. Dcmaretti, L. Pugh, B. Doty. 123MACHINE SHOP — Row 1: F Conaway, A. Rich, T. Filkins, R. King. Row 2: J. Russell, D. Summers, S. Wiggins, D. Bowers, T. Woody. DRAFTING IV Row 1: J. Hcyder, J. Niblctt. M. Gunter, S. Canann, J. Moschino. Row 2: R. Jones, K. Long, K. Vaughn, K. Griffith. M Remm, W. Bennett. 124VOCATIONAL AUTO MECHANICS Row 1: B. Thomas, M. Calcatcrra, D. Payne, R. Baker, T. Odum, T. Martin, K. Jones, J. Rcimer. Row 2: T. Filkins, S. Barnes, K. Ross, J. Blacksharc, J. Duff, G. Broy, T. Syers, S. Irvin, M. Hall, J. Niblett, Mr. Weakly. Row 3: R. Raubach, D. Nolen, D. Bartoni, T. Pictrantoni, R. Jent, R. Smith, L. Boggs, D. Crawford, L. Randolph, S. Borchert. FFA Row I: L. Bourland. J. Busslcr, D. Wilburn, T. Kerrone, S. Volanski. Row 2: Mr. Hobbs, B. McClcment, J. Blackshare, J. Moore. R Dorris, F. DeSomer. 125BUILDING TRADES Row I: J. Darnell, J. Gardner, R. Huite, P. Huitc, P. Matheny. B. Michael, T. Wiley, J. Darnell. K. Avripas. Row 2: Mr. Barton, S. Darnell, J. Calcaterra, R. Riddle. P. Peeler, J. Mize. B. Franklin, B. Rogers, J. Odle. Row 3: C. Harkins, J. Rennie, R. Wright. J. Blocker. S. Melvin. C. Gregory. H. Uhls. J. Harris. K. Canaday. ADVANCED ELECTRICITY — Row I: G. Tomlinson, T. Broy, G. Ward, K. Ross. Mr. Smith. Row 2: R. Raubach. D. Wilburn, S. Winter. R. Taylor, J. Blackshare. Row 3: R. Calvert, J. Rennie, J. Moore, R. Jent, S. Borchert, R. Wilkins. 126WELDING — Row 1: M. Calcaterra, R. Colyer, B. McElyea, J. Reimcr, S. Williams, D. King, K. Jones. Row 2: Mr. Hobbs, J. Moake, K. Gibbs, D. Roberts, J. Duff, E. Stoner, L. Wertz, D. Payne, J. Russell. Row 3: D. Wilburn, T. VanZandt, C. Mabry, D. Henson, S. Borchert, S. Verschueren, R. Wright. 127REDBIRD NOTES — Row 1: K. Harpool, C. Finney, N. Cowsert, A. Parrish, D. Patterson, S. Maragni, B. Hill. Row 2: J. Whiting, D. Colburn, G. Darby, R. Freeman, D Opdykc, M. Lewis, K. Gore. REDBIRD NOTES members S. Maragni, M. Lewis, and K. Gore work on publication in preparation for newspaper deadline. REDBIRD NOTES is published once a month during the school year and provides the student body with a school newspaper. The R.B.N. is a member of the Southern Illinois School Press Association, and has a tradition of winning many awards throughout the year for its publication. Mr. Russell Clover supervises the group. Each member dedicates his time and hard work to bring about the best newspaper possible. This year’s editor is David Opdyke. The senior members are D. Colburn, G. Darby, A. Parrish, D. Opdyke, J. Whiting, and R. Freeman. The entire staff has brought the student body a very enjoyable and informative newspaper. The REDBIRD NOTES is a great asset to the school. 128REDBIRD NOTES staff members G. Darby, R. Freeman, D. Opdyke. and J. Whiting prepare layout for next edition. Each member of the REDBIRD NOTES works on his own assignment during the class perio. 129M. Trcsso reads novel. Building Trades class installs new scoreboard. President Carter visits West Frankfort. B. Owsley practices golf form during P.E. class. Students prepare for exam. Boys rest between classes. 130ADVERTISERS132VAUGHAN OIL PRODUCTION COMPANY Leasing • Producing 204 East Oak Street West Frankfort, Illinois 62896Jerry and Kathy Barnes, Owners ‘Good Food, Good Service” MIKE’S CONFECTIONERY 407 E. Main St. Ph. 937-9059 HOLLAND SUPER-SAVE PHARMACY Fred L. Kondritz — R.Ph. 420 W. St. Louis George D. Miner III — R.Ph. Phone 932-3011 MODE O’ DAY 202 East Main Phone: 937-2124 “The Place for Juniors” TERRY’S BARBER SHOP GRAY PLAZA MOTEL DAVIDSON 1010 West Main Street Just Off Interstate 57 HOME LUMBER Phone 932-3116 West Frankfort 62896 “Helping to Build Southern Illinois’’ Charles R. Davidson — Owner Greg Woolard — Sales Mgr. DUNSTON ELECTRIC Phone: 937-3551 101 W. Poplar Complete Electrical Service 1212 E. Main Ph.932-5218 W. Frankfort PASCHEDAG MUSIC HOUSE FORD TOMLINSON MOTOR CO. Phone 932-6911 410 W. Main 1102 East Main Street West Frankfort, IL West Frankfort, IL Ph. 932-3184 . Sxf. ifaced', P.O. Box 454 West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Phone (618) 937-2451 M MAT INDUSTRIES 135KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN Serving Finger-Licking Chicken and Tasty Old English Fish PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 810 W. Main West Frankfort SIPES SUPPLY “In the Heights” the C»raD bop tomorrow Jojhion todoy Complete Plumbing, Electrical and Heating Supplies — Also Sheet Metal Work West Frankfort, Illinois “THE BRAD SHOP” West Frankfort, Illinois 1702 E. Main 932-3066 YADRO AUTO PARTS DOUG KARNES “We Make Duals West Frankfort, IL Real Estate — Main and Logan Office Ph. — 937-4029 Home Ph. — 932-6086 West Frankfort, IL THE DAILY AMERICAN A Dynamic Newspaper Keeping Pace With a Progressive Community Ph. 932-2164 115 S. Emma St. West Frankfort, IL 136Wouldn’t You Really Rather Have a Buick? DEMARETTI BUICK Joe Demaretti 105 West Poplar West Frankfort, Illinois Phone 932-3919 PAPER PLACE THE Russell Stover SHIRT WORKS Candies e zj T-Shirts, Transfers, Hats Book Shop, Card Shop Converse Shoes W. Frankfort y Group Discounts and 114 E. Main 932-2840 Custom Ordering 432-6358 505 E. Main CHANDLER’S Hardware and Automotive 327 East Main Phone —937-4313 West Frankfort, IL 62896 00} same I OMQN PtMtf 1 America’s Favorite Drive-in 107 S. Horn West Frankfort Hot Food and Owner — Steve Friendly Service Ballard Call in Service — 937-2023 UNION FUNERAL SERVICE Joe Sabolo — Jim Richerson Phone 932-3333 W. Frankfort 138McMILLIN’S MUSIC 218 East Main, W.F. Phone:932-2523 Lessons Repairs New and Used Equipment Rental FOOD PARK Open 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM 7 Days a Week Route 37 and Cleveland, W.F. FRANK RUSSELL TRUCKING WALTON’S SERVICE COMPANY Radio — Television — Stereo — CB 601 S. Emma West Frankfort BEN’S OUTLET SHOES 210 East Main West Frankfort Good Luck, Redbirds!BILL CHARLIE’S TEXACO TERRY HOPKINS STATE’S ATTORNEY Logan and Oak Streets West Frankfort Ph. 932-5363 Franklin County BUD’S MOTOR SALES GRIFFIN’S HEIGHTS BAKERY 1201 East Main Ph. 932-5660 1802 E. Main St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 “Big enough to serve you, small enough to know you.” Plymouth Chrysler Dodge Trucks W.F.R.X. RADIO 1300 A.M. 97.7 F.M. Congratulations 1981 Graduates ‘Your Information Station’ Game Room and Gifts E. R. BROWN FURNITURE CO. INC. LE MASTERS Over 66 Years Serving Southern Illinois 401 E. Main W. Frankfort Mary Harris — Owner Margaret Hughes — Owner Ph.937-1612 206-208 East Main Street West Frankfort 140MARTY’S MINI MART 4 Miles East of West Frankfort — Rt. 149 Open Every Day CLYDE DAY INSURANCE SHOE TREE 130 East Main 0) West Frankfort, IL Danny Juilian 112 E. Emma 932-2589 Agent Ph. 932-6168 ROECO ROE MACHINE COMPANY Automotive and General Machining RR 1 West Frankfort Phone 983-5524 THE FASHION SHOP RANMAR STANDARD TIRE INC. Southern Illinois’ Largest and Finest Store for Women 111 East Main St. West Frankfort, IL Phone 937-2402 “The Tire and Battery People” Oak and Logan West Frankfort 141BEN FRANKLIN Visit Our New Craft Department. Complete Line of Silk Flowers, Wicker, Paints, Stitchery, Latch Hook. 201 E. Main West Frankfort, III. Phone 932-2315 Best Wishes From GOSS RUSSELL Sales and Service MAGNAVOX 937-2609 229 W. Main St. Magnavox Sales and Service • Maytag • Amana 12 Years of Service in • KitchenAid This Area • Whirlpool • RCA 1200 N. Grand — Phone • Jenn-Air Benton, III. 62812 439-3913 • Magic Chef • Gibson 224 E. Main • Sony W. Frankfort, III. 62896 • Roper Phone 937-2011 Compliments of BILL GLODICH HONDA 5 Sons and 2 Princesses Ph.932-6313 142KDC Kennedy Development Company RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT P. O. Box 335 West Frankfort, IL 62896 Telephone 618-937-3151 BARKER DRUG CO. Your Downtown Drug Store in West Frankfort. Earl Buffington Owner — R. PH Dennis James — R. PH 121 Main Ph.932-2714 HARRIS’ Bright New Store Bright New Look West Frankfort, III. 143THE FIRST COMMUNITY BANKOF WEST FRANKFORT Now Offering 24-Hour Banking Service 145IRVIN’S RESTAURANT Dine In or Carry Out P. N. HIRSCH CO. Daily Luncheon Specials 210 West Main Home-Made Pies, Soups, and Chili Phone 932-2664 Open 5:30 A.M. — 3:00 P.M. We Accept VISA Mon. — Thur. and Sat. and Mastercharge 116 E. Main West Frankfort BUDMARK OIL COMPANY, INC. Hiram C. Hughes 204 East Oak Street President P.O. Box 235 West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Phone: (618)937-2495 Bob Brown Vice-President Paul M. Caldwell Secretary PARKER-REEDY FUNERAL HOME Raymond G. Parker Jr. Director 604 East Main West Frankfort LEE’S WESTERN STORE SHELBY’S Open 9 A.M. — 6 P.M. TOW SERVICE Monday — Saturday 1 P.M. —5 P.M. Sunday 932-3083 or 932-6643 Rt. 37 North, West Frankfort Full Line Western Wear and Tack West Frankfort, IL H-Bar-C Justin Lee Tony Lama Boots Panhandle Ph. 937-2551 Slim 146 Baptist Otiu icti 106 Wait Oak WEST FRANKFORT, ILL. 62896 Church Phone: 932-2105 Rev. John L. Hessel, Pastor Rev. W. D. Berry, Associate Pastor Rev. Allen Speer, Minister Music Youth Sunday Services 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Worship Service 5:30 P.M. Church Training 6:30 P.M. Worship Service Wednesday 5:30 Fellowship Supper 6:15 Auxiliaries 7:15 Mid-Week Service 147J. W. Simmons STONE FUNERAL HOME 1201 East Poplar West Frankfort Phone 932-2126 Awnings: Aluminum — Canvas — Fiberglass Ornamental Iron — Spiral Stairways Aluminum Siding Anita's Flowers Qifts 503 South Logan Street WEST FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS 62896 148Realtor Rex Wasson WASSON REAL ESTATE M W LUMBER CO. Complete Home Center 105 S. Emma St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 Willie Parish 310 South Logan Ph. 932-3511 (618)932-2942 Allen Busch (618)997-5753 Office 932-3613 Residence — 932-3778 Kitchen Cabinet Distributors • Hart, Schaffner, and Marx • Johnny Carson • Enro • Damon • Levi • Puritan • Robert Bruce • London Fog Phone 937-1311 Formal Wear Rental 105 East Main West Frankfort, IL HUNGRY JACK S CARLVOLANSKI Pancake House and Family Restaurant Heating and Air Conditioning IOOO' j S. Cherry St. Open 24 Hours 7 Days West Frankfort, IL 62896 a Week Phone 937-1261 1005 West Main West Frankfort Sales and Service SLOAN’S GYMNASTIC SCHOOL Walk In — Tumble Out Home of the Southern Illinois Flyers 937-3136 West Frankfort 932-2988 149PROFESSIONAL Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Morhet Raymond Owens Insurance Don J. Webb Mario’s TV Appliance O.D. Hardware Brubaker G. N. Rao Jewelry M.D. Don Lucas E. Dale Brock Attorney at Law O.D. Lon’s P. K. Patton Barber Shop M.D. Sebastian Pagano D.D.S. Gene Carello P.G.A. Golf Professional Energy Salvage Kyle Vantrease Attorney at Law 150ADVERTISEMENTS Harold B. Culley, Jr. Attorney at Law Ronald Mings M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howard Cladwell, Troutt, and Alexander Attorneys at Law Bob G. Thompson M.D. D. L. Griffin M.D. Southard Oil Howell Insurance Agency Harry Smith State Farm Insurance Mr. Ron Smith Dean of Boys Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hughes Earl Woods D.D.S. Elvis Nolen Regional Supt. of Educational Services John Robinson Advertising Mgr. 151Congratulations Seniors From UNION PHARMACY THE BANK OF WEST FRANKFORT “Your Friendly Bank” Open 9:30 A.M. — 3:00 P.M. Monday Through Thursday Open 9:30 A.M. — 7:00 P.M. Friday Phone 932-2131 110 East Oak — West Frankfort Member FDIC Et1ual Housing Lender 152D. MICHAEL RIVA “Repent, and let each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Attorney-at-Law Christ for the forgiveness of 115 East Main your sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” West Frankfort, Illinois Acts 2.38 Business 937-2404 I rrri ■ I l4 HHalesCompan ,lnc. A Reliable Source ... Since 1916 Mining Equipment and Replacement Parts 1 East Poplar Street West Frankfort COLEMAN RHOADS Furniture — Carpeting and Everything for Less 300 E. Main W. Frankfort OPAL’S Of West Frankfort Best Food in Southern Illinois Banquet Rooms for Parties 706 N. Douglas Phone West Frankfort, III. 937-3111 PERRY ELECTRONICS SERVICE 1204 W. Oak 932-6580 “We Service and Sell Panasonic Televisions” Good Luck, Birds! Compliments of MIKE’S DRIVE-IN Mike Dynis Owner 1007 W. Main 932-2564 1fJDfm c . . 153Alan Ragsdale, R. Ph. Jim Summers Drive-Up Service Complete Prescription Service 154Be a Pepper MARION PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. FINANCIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION “WELL ALWAYS GIVE YOU MORE” FSLIC BEAUTY CHATEAU 8:00 A.M. — 5:00 P.M. in the Mini Mall West Frankfort Phone 932-3317 155Acton. Greg — 74, 87, 94 Acton, Mike — 30 Adams. Denise — 74 Adams, Jim — 74 Adclsbcrger, Terry — 30 Adkins, Tracy — 64, 109, 122 Akin, Julie — 64 Akin, Lisa — 30, 122 Allen, Tammy — 54,119, 120.123 Ambos, Lynn — 30, 123, 127 Ambos, Shirley — 64 Anderson, Anna — 74,98 Anderson, Cindy — 30, 123 Anderson, Gcorgctta — 74 Anderson, Kenneth — 50, 88, 92. 99,90 Anderson, Lenia — 64 Anderson, Wilma, Mrs. — 22 Andesilich, Colette — 74.98, 118,121 Andrews, Betty — 50 Andrews, Johnny — 64 Androff, Susan — 74 Anita’s Flowers and Gifts — 148 Armes. Dale — 50 Armes, Deon — 50 Arnett, Stacee — 5,9, 10. 110, 30 Art Circle — 111 Arview, Jeff — 36 Ashby, Glenn — 30 Avery. Tammy — 64 Avripas, Kurt — 50, 82, 94, 95, 112 Bacon, Bill — 74,87, 93, 122 Bacon, Donna — 5, 8, 14, 30 Baker. Richard — 50 Band —118, 119, 120. 121 Band Council and Officers — 121 Bank of West Frankfort — 152 Bandy, Texas — 64 Barker Drug Co. — 143 Barker, Scott —50, 118, 121 Barnes, Shane — 50,94, 112 Barrett, Patrick — 64 Barton, Alan, Mr. — 22 Barton, Tina — 50 Bartoni, David — 50 Baseball Team, 1980 — 99 Basketball Team, Girls’JV 98 Basketball Team, Girls’ Varsity — 96 Basketball Team, Boys’ JV 93 Basketball Team, Boys' Varsity — 91,92, 103. 104 Basler, Denise — 64, 113 Basler, Kristen — 74, 111 Batts, Hellen Mary Mrs. — 22, 106 Bcachel, Laura — 30 Beattie, Vikkic — 50 Beauty, Chateau — 155 Beaver, Deanna — 74 Bedokis, Gcnelle, Mrs. — 22 Behn, Kevin — 50 Behn, Lori — 50, 122, 127 Franklin, Ben — 142 INDEX Bennett, Coleen — 74, 122 Bennett, Ricky — 74 Bennett, Wesley 31,110 Ben’s Outlet Store 139 Bernhard. Jill —31, 118, 123 Bernhard, Joni — 11, 74,98, 96 Bernhard, Tom — 74 Bill and Charlie’s Texaco — 140 Bixler, Gay. Miss— 19 Bixler, Patrick — 50 Blackshare, Martin — 50 Blackwood, Sheila, Mrs. — 22 Blades, Angela —64 Blades, John — 50. 105 Blades, Lindell — 74 Blake, Lori — 74 Blocker, Justin — 31 Blocker, Randy — 74 Bock, Tina — 21 Boehnlcin, Eric — 64 Bochnlein, Laura — 31 Boggs, Lee — 51 Boozer, Lisa — 51 Borchert, Cheryl — 51 Borchcrt, Scott — 31, 127 Borcky, Dean — 74 Boren. Kathy — 74, 98.96 Borton, Gail, Mr. — 19, 20 Borton, Jon — 64, 109 Bourland, Lori — 31.89, 109, 123 Bowers, Dennis — 51 Bowers, Lcannc — 74, 98, 127 Bowling, Andrew — 64 Bowman, Peri — 74 Boyd, Michelle —11,74, 101 Boyer, Ja’Dean — 74 Brad Shop. The — 136 Braddy, Larry — 29 Braggs, Bryan — 36 Brock. Dr. Dale E., O.D. — 150 Bromely. Dorothy — 74, 122 Brookhousc, Jane — 31, 110, 113 Brothcrton, Jean — 51, 123 Brown, DeWayne — 64 Brown, E. R. Furniture Co. — 140 Brown, Jacqueline — 11,51 Broy, Greg — 51 Broy, Tom — 51 Brubaker Jewelry — 150 Bruno, Allison — 31, 101, 113, 123 Bud’s Motor Sales — 140 Building Trades — 126 Burkitt, Kelley — 64, 109, 111, 123 Burnett, Rebecca — 31,91, 92, 100 Burton, Renee — 51, 123 Burton, Rhonda — 64 Bussler, Jay — 21, 107 Calcaterra, Jay — 31,99 Calcaterra, John — 74, 94 Calcaterra, Mike — 51,94, 127 Caldwell, Troutt, and Alexander, Attorneys At Law — 151 Calvert, Jody — 64. Ill, 122 Calvert. Roger — 5,6, 32, 82, 85,99 Campbell, Keith — 74 Canaday, Keith — 5, 32, 82, 84 Canann, Brian — 64 Canann, Kevin — 74 Cannan, Scott — 32, 110 Candlelight Flowers— 152 Cannon, Allyson — 51 Caraker, Becky — 32 Caraker, Laura — 51, 123 Caraker, Rita — 51 Cardin, Carrie — 110 Carello, Gene, Golf Professional — 150 Carr, Betty — 64 Carrington. Billy — 51, 122 Carrington, Robert — 74 Chance, Gregory — 64,99 Chandler’s Hardware — 138 Chapman. Betty — 51 Chapman,Tammy — 52, 111, 110, 120 Cheerleaders, JV — 101 Cheerleaders, Varsity— 101 Children of the Homecoming Court — 7 Chorus — 122 Christy, Janet — 52 Christy, Jim — 32 Cima, Stephanie — 64 Claridy, Cindy — 32 Clark, Charles — 74 Clark, George, Mr. — 22 Clark, Lori — 32 Clelland, Julie —74. 118, 121 Clement. Brandon — 74 Clements, Steve — 64 Clover, Chip — 74 Clover. Russell, Mr. 20, 22 Clutts, Christy — 32, 122 Clyde Day Insurance Co. — 141 Cogdill, Tina — 52 Coleman. Kendall — 52 Coleman's Corner — 153 Colburn, Debra — 32, 128 Collins, George — 74 Colycr, Debbie — 65 Colyer. Richard —33, 127 Conaway, Fred — 33, 122 Connell, Donald — 65, 87 Conner, Darla — 65 Co-operative Training — 117 Cornelia. Darren — 40 Cornelia, Kevin — 33 Cowsert, Nola — 11,20,65, 113, 128 Craig, Tim — 33 Crawford, Doug — 33 Crawford, Scott — 65 Crawford, Steve — 74 Crawford, Theresa — 74 Cremcens, Leanne — 52, 111 Cremer. Mary Jane — 65 Croslin, Bob, Mr. — 18 Crowder, Lois — 52 Cullcy, Harold B., Jr. Attorney At Law — 151 Cullum, Jerry — 26 Cunningham, Brian — 21, 108 Czomiak, John — 65,112 DAILY AMERICAN, The — 136 Darby, Greg — 20, 33, 128, 129 Darnell, Jeff—33 Darnell, Jim — 33 Darnell, Steve — 52,82, 86 Davidson Home Lumber Co. — 135 Davis, Dana — 109,75 Davis, Kelly — 50, 122 Davis, Ken — 41 Davis, Patty Reeder — 47, 102, 109 Davis, Theresa — 34, 127, Davis, Wendy — 75 Dawe, Bradley — 65 Dawson, Debbie — 34 Dawson, Jeff — 87,75 Dawson, Larry — 52,99 Dawson, Richard — 30 Day, Clyde Insurance 153 Day, Jeff —65 Dees, Bret — 88, 75 Dclgy, Jerry — 65 Demarctti Buick — 138 Dcmaretti, Lisa — 34, 123 DeMattei, Larry, Mr. — 20, 23, 82 DeSomer, Frank — 87,94, 75 Dinn, Tara — 75 Dodd. Lisa —75. 122 Dohanich, Frank, Mr. — 23 Donas, Billy — 75, 89 Donas, Tony — 22 Donovan, Kelly —71 Dorris, Gerald — 65 Dorris, Jo Donna — 34, 110 Dorris, Linda — 34, 110 Dorris, Mary Ellen, Mrs.— 23,72 Dorris, Robert — 75,87,94 Dotson, Georgia — 65 Dotson, Steve — 52,92, 118, 121,90 Doty, Becky — 123, 40 Drafting IV — 124 Drum Major and Majorettes — 120 Duff, Joe —52, 127 Duff, John — 87, 93, 75 Dunham, Sharon — 52 Dunning, Marc — 52, 82, 86. 92. 90 Dunning, Tina — 65 Dunston Electric— 135 Dziadus, Denny, Mr. — 87 Eadcr, Joe —5,8, 10, 12, 14, 34,82,83,85,94. 95,99, 104, 112,62 Egeditch, Roy — 75 Ekner. Mark — 75 Ellis. Darren — Energy Salvage Co. — 150 Ernest, Gene, Mr. — 20, 23, 82. 99 Ernest, Jcanna — 75, 101, 106, 107 Escorts and Honor Guards — 5 156Esparza, Paul — 75 Essick, Laura — 52, 118, 121, 122 Ezell, Tammy — 34, 101, 113 Fashion Shop— 141 Ferketich, William, Mr. — 23, 27, 110 F.F.A. — 125 FHA-HERO—117 Filkins, Tammy — 75 Filkins, Tammy — 41, 109, 111 Filkins, Tom — 52 Finney, Connie — 75, 89, 128 Fiori, Dan, Mr. — 93,99, 90 Fiori, Sandra, Mrs. — 23, 110 First Baptist Church — 147 First Community Bank — 144,145 First Financial Savings and Loan Association — 155 Fitzgerald, Brent — 65 Fitzpatrick Ronnie — 65, 94 Flag Corps— 120 Florian, Eddie — 75, 93 Florian, Shirley Mrs. — 18 Followed, Rhonda — 65 Food Park — 139 Football Captains, Varsity — 83 Football Team. Varsity — 82 Forgatch, Amy — 5, 6, 75, 101,118 Frakes, John — 41 Franklin, Brett — 53 Frazier, Jeff — 53, 82, 86 Frazier, Renee — 75 Free, Danny — 75, 94 Freeman, Rachel — 53, 122 Freeman, Robin — 34, 110, 128,129 Freshman Attendants and Escorts — 6 Freshman Basketball Team — 93 Freshman Football Team - 87 Fries, Dawn — 75 Fries, Melanie 22, 94, 96 Fries, Phillip — 34 Frost, Michelle — 53 F.T.A. — 116 F.T.A. Officers — 116 Fulford, Marty — 75 Gahn, Donna — 35 Gahn, Paul — 65, 87,99 Galbraith, Paul — 65, 94 Galli. Brad — 65, 88,112 Galli, Greg —75.88 Galli. Jack Auto Body Shop — 153 Galli, Kim — 10,35, 101 Gardner, Chuck — 65, 94 Gardner, John — 35, 99 Gardner, Kathy — 50 Garland, Juanita — 35 Garner, John — 36 Garrett, Stacee — 75, 89, 98 Gass, Rhonda —42 Gass, Tammy — 53 Gass, Wayna — 53 Gibbs, Kevin — 53, 127 Gilbert, Jill —75, 118 Girl Scouts — 127 Glenn's Foodway — 146 Glodich, Bill, Honda — 142 Glodich, Tim — 65, 87,93, 99, 112, 142 Golf Team, 1980 Varsity — 88 Golis, Kelli- 5,6, 65, 89, 100, 111,96 Goodson, Jason — 75,93, 118 Gordon, Rick — 36 Gore, Kathie — 53, 128 Gosnell, Allen — 75 Goss Appliance— 142 Grammer, Paul, Mr. — 23,90 Graves, Scott — 65,87, 94, 99,112 Gray, Kathryn — 36, 100 Gray Plaza Motel — 135 Gregory, Bill — 66 Gregory, Charles — 53,99 Griffin, Andy — 5,6, 14, 35, 82,84, 112, 118 Griffin, Dawn — 75 Griffin, Dr. D. L., M. D. — 151 Griffin’s Heights Bakery — 140 Griffith, Keith —7, 10, 106, 107,91,99, 112,90 Griffith, Randy — 35, 107, 123 Grissom, Lowell, Mr. — 23 Grosco, Dolores, Miss — 24 Grosco, George, Mr. — 15, 24 Grotti, Betty, Mrs. — 19 Grotti, Darren — 66 Grzanich, Tony — 42 Gunter, Gloria — 53, 122 Gunter, Mike — 35 Gutierrez, April — 75 Gutierrez, Ed — 66, 87, 93 Hagar, Lea — 53,98, 96 Hall, Dan - 53, 106, 107 Hall, Deborah — 75 Hall, James —53 Hall, Linda —75 Hall, Mike— 53,82, 86 Hall, Tony —66 Hall, Tracy — 66,93 Halstead, Kelly —53.89 Hamilton, Susan — 66, 109, 111 Hammers, John — 66, 87, 112 Hammers, Michelle — 54, 100, 101 Hammond, Dan — 54 Hampton, Tammy — 5,6, II, 54,119, 120 Hand, Larry — 75 Harkins, Chuck — 54 Harkins, Mike — 54 Harper, Debbie — 36 Harper, Lisa — 66 Harpool Karen — 11,75, 89, 128 Harpool, Kevin — 75,93, 118 Harrawood, Chris — 54 Harris'—143 Harris, Carl — 75 Harris, James — 54 Harris, Marilyn — 36, 123 Harris, Rhonda — 76 Harrum, Sheri — 36, 101 Hart, Troy — 66 Hasquin, Vickie — 22,91, 100 Hawkins, Kelly — 76 Hawkins Todd — 76 Hayman, Mitch — 76,93 Heal, John — 54 Hedley, Jane, Mrs. — 24 Hefner, Laura — 54, 123 Hehncr, Karla — 36 Hemminger, Andy — 76, 87, 93 Henson, Dane — 54, 82, 85, 127 Herrell.Gayla — 36 Herring, Dana — 76, 118, 122 Herron, Kent — 54,92, 104, 90 Hewlett, Sylvia — Heyder, John — 36 Hill, Becky —54, 109, 119, 120 Hill, Bobby — 11,66, 109, 111,128 Hill, Leslie — 76 Hobbs, Donald, Mr. —24, 127 Hogebaum, Ida — 76 Holland Super-Save Pharmacy — 134 Holloman, Juanita — 66 Homecoming Court — 4, 5,6, 7 Homecoming Queen — 4 Honor Soccity— 110 Hood, Beth — 76 Hood, Harold. Mr. — 24 Hoover, Darin — 66 Hopkins, George, Mr. — 98, 96 Hopkins, Terry State’s Attorney— 140 Hopper, Darrell — 66 Hoppers, Debra — 76 Hoppers, Donnie — Horsley, Dean—76, 118, 121 Howard, Connie, Mrs. 113 Howard, James — 54 Howard, Keith Mr. and Mrs. — 151 Howell Insurance Agency — 151 Hrovatich, Alice Miss — 24 Hubbard, Bill — 66, 87,94 Hughes, Amy — 11,66, 101, 106, 107, 113 Hughes, Debbie — 36 Hughes, Hiram, Mr. and Mrs. — 151 Hughes, Laura — 76 Hughes, Sue — 54, 89 Huite, Debbie — 36, 122 Huite, Regina — 54 Huite, Richard — 55 Hungry Jack’s — 149 Hutchcraft, Ron — 55, 82, 84, 86, 99, 112 Innis, Debbie — 22,43 Innis, Dianne — 123 Innis, Roger — 36 Interpreter's Theatre— 109 Irby, Danny — 76 Irby, Dianna — 76, 111 Irvin, Dave — 55, 82, 86, 94 Irvin, Denise — 76, 111 Irvin, Steve — Isaacs. Lori — 36 Jackson, Larry — 55 Jeffries, Darren — 76, 118 Jent, Robbie — 37 Johnson, Deanna — 76 Johnson, Eleanor — 76 Johnson, Ken — 76, 118 Johnson, Kim — 55 Johnson, Roy — 76 Jones, Jeff —76, 87 Jones, Jim —66, 93 Jones, Keith — 37 Jones, Kent — 127 Jones, Lisa — 31, 102 Jones, Randy — 37 Jones, Richie — 76,93 Jordan, George — 66,93,99, 112 Julian, John — 43 Junior Attendants and Escorts — 6 Junior Class Officers — 11 Jurjcns, Lisa — 55, 111, 123 Kalahcr, Steve — 76 Karnes, Chuck — 66 Karnes, David — 76 Karnes, Doug. Real Estate — 136 Karnes, John — 66, 93 Karnes, Matt — 76 Karnes, Scott — 14, 37,99 Karoski, George, Mr. — 24, 88 Karoski, Mike —55, 88,92, 106, 107, 112, 90 Kathalynas, Melissa — 66, 122 Katich. Randy — 66,87,93 Kaytor, Kevin — 66 Kelley, Tammy — 37 Kelso, Debbie — 55 Kennedy Development Company — 143 Kentucky Fried Chicken — 136 Kerrone, Todd — 37 Key Club — 112 King, Dale —55.94, 127 King. Mark — 76, 94 Kinsman, Lora — 66, 111 Kirkman, Susie — 76 Kondritz, Fred, Mr.— 18 Lacy’s Flowers — 143 Lamont, Joe — 55,118,121 Lane, Richard — 37 Langston, Jamie — 23 Lasley, John — 55 Lawrence, Keith — 67,99 Lawrence. Michael — 67 Laurenti, Lori — 32 Le Masters — 140 Lee, Carl —76, 94 Lee, Curtis — 67, 118 Lee's Western Store — 152 Lemmon, Nancy — 37 Levine, Chris — 76 Lewis, Melinda — 55, 113, 128 Lind, Barbara — 67 Lind, Debbie — 37 Linsey, Tim — 76 Linsley, Laura — 55, 100, 110,111,113 Linsley. Susan — 76 Lintncr, Michelle — 76 Liska, Jennifer — 67 Little Kecia — 67 Lively, Kathy. Mrs. — 78 Logsdon. James — 67 Logsdon, Natalie — 38 Logsdon, Tcrric — 67 Lon's Barber Shop — 150 Long, Kendall — 38 Lovan, Tracy — 38 Lucas, Betty — 55, 119, 120 157Lucas, Dana — 11,67, 101, 106, 107 Lucas, Don. Attorney at Law — 150 Lucas, John —67,87,93, 112 Luttenbacher, Steve — 38 M.A.T. Industries— 135 M W Lumber Co. — 149 Mabcry, Chris — 38, 127 Mabry, Larry — 67 Machine Shop— 124 Maddox, Art — 67 Maragni, Sherri — 5,6, 55, 128 Margelli, Beth —67, 11, 119, 120 Marion Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.— Mark Twain Marine Industries, Inc. — Marks, Ricky — 67 Marlow, Jo Linda, Mrs. — 24, 109 Marlow’s TV and Appliance — 150 Marshall, Harry — 56 Martin, Lisa — 76, 111 Martin, Tony — 38 Marty’s Mini-Mart— 141 Marvel, Stephen — 67,87, 94 Mason. Bill -11,56,82,85, 99, 112 Mason, Lisa — 76, 111 Matheny.Paul — 56 Mayfield, Gcno — 56 Mays, Rhonda — 77, 111 Mays, Robin — 67, 123 McCarty, Dana — 77, 111 McClanahan, Melody — 56 McClemcnt, Billy — 67, 87 McClerren, Nancy — 67 McClcrren, Tammy 38, 101 McClintock, Darmon — 38, 110 McClintock. Floyd — 67 McDaniel, Amy— 38 McElyea, Brad — 56. 127 McGhee, Peggy —67, 100 McGhough, Caprice — 67 McGhough, Denise — 67 McLain, Keith — 67, 87, 94, 99 McMillin, Gayla — 39 McMillin, Jenny — 67, 89 McMillin’s Music— 139 McPhail, Richard — 56,92, 99 112.90 Meadows, Janet — 56, 123 Melvin, Bob — 77 Melvin, Chris — 15, 77 Melvin. Kelcy —77, 111, 118 Melvin. Kerri — 77, 101, 118 Melvin, Marcy — 39 Melvin, Scott — 39,92,90 Merlano, Tina — 56,113, 118,119,120 Mcssamore, Don — 77 Messamore, Ron — 77 Michael Bob — 56, 82, 86, 104 Michael, Ray— 56,82,83, 85, 99 Michael, Ruth — 77 Mike’s Confectionary — 134 Mike’s Drive-In 153 Milda, Chris —68, 109 Milda, Deanna — 14, 39 Miller, Dana—68, 119, 120, 123 Miller, John—68, 112, 118, 121 Miller Lance — 77 Miller, Shawn — 45, 133 Mings, Dr. Ronald, M. D.— 151 Minich, Cindy — 7, 39, 110, 118, 119, 120, 121 Minich, Debbie —68, 111, 113,118 Minton, Randy — 56 Minton, Trevor, 77,118 Miranda, Jamy — 77 Mistress and Master of Ceremonies — 7 Mitchell, Mike — 45, 104 Mitchell, Stephanie — 39, 110, 113 Mitchell, Wendy — 39 Mize, John — 56 Moake, Jeff — 5, 39,82, 84, 99, 110, 127 Moake, John — 68, 87,94, 99.112 Mocaby, Lee — 68 Mocaby, Ryan — 68 Modc-O-Day — 134 Moore, Jeff —5, 9,40,82,83, 84.91.99, 106, 107,90 Moore, Joe — 5, 15,40, 82, 84.91.99, 103, 110, 90 Moore, Samual — 57 Moore, Marcia — 33 Morgan, Janice — 40 Morgan, Kathy — 77 Morgan, Roger — 57, 82, 86, 110 Morgan, Sonya — 77 Morhet, A. J., Insurance — 150 Morhet, Jayma — 57, 101 Mooris, Bill, Mr. — 73 Morthland, Ritchie — 57, 82, 85.92.99, 112, 118,90 Morton, Eugene, Mr. — 25, 122 Moschino, Jeff — 40 Moschino, Toni — 77 Morgenthalcr, Scott — 57 Mosley, Barry — 68 Mosley, Greg — 68 Mull, Jeff —68 Murphy, Diane — 77 Murphy, Tim, Mr. — 25, 89, 111 Murray, Dawn — 5, 6, 11,77, 101, 106, 107 Murray, Debra — 40, 106, 110 Myatt, Debbie — 57, 89 Napier. Marvin — 77 Neal, Angela — 68 Meeley, Angie — 40, 101, 123 Ncibcl, Scott —77 Niblett, John — 40 Nicklin, Joe —77,87,93 Nicklin, Sandy — 40 Nike Club — 116 Nolen, David — 57, 99 Nolen, Doug —5,6,41,82, 83,99 Nolen, Elvis, Reg. Supt. of Schools — 151 Nolen, Jim —5, 6, 10,41,82, 83,99. 118, 121 Nolen, Kathy —68. 101, 109. Ill, 118 Nolen. Liza —68. 89, 100 Norman, Kelly — 68 Norton, Laura — 33, 102 Nursing I — 123 O’Connor, Doug — 77, 87 Odam, Tammy — 46 Odle, Jack — 68 Odle, Jeff—57 Odum, Tim — 57, 112 Office Workers — 114 Opdyke, David — 41, 128, 129 Opdyke, Jackie 68 Orso, Elizabeth, Miss — 20, 25 Osterhout, John — 68 Owens, Raymond, Mr. — 25, 150 Owens, Rhonda 68, 89, 96, 98, 100 Owens, Tedi — 41 Owens, Traci — 41 Owsley, Becky — 57 Pagano, Dr. Sebastian, D. D. S. — 150 Palasky, Lisa — 77, 118 Paper Place — 138 Pappas, Sharon, Mrs. 25 Parks, Roger — 77 Parker-Reedy Funeral Home — 167 Parkhill, Teresa — 41 Parrish, Ann — 41,110, 128 Parrish, Lynn — 57. 123 Paschcdag Music House — 135 Pasko, Steve, Mr. — 25 Pattarozzi. Rena — 68 Patterson, Darla — 68, 89, 111,128 Patterson. John 68 Patton, Karen — 77 Patton Dr. P. K., M. D. 150 Payne, Dan — 120, 36, 127 Payne, Sharon — 77, 119, 120 Pearce, Barry — 69 Pearce, Brenda — 36 Peeler, Mike — 69 Peeler, Paul — 41 Pep Band — 97 Perkins, Debbie — 69 Perkins, Sandy 41,97.92 Pcrr, Jane, Miss — 25 Pcrriman, James — 77 Perrotto, John — 77, 87,93 Perry Electronics Service — 143 Perry, Myra — 57 Peterson, Eric — 69 Phillips, Richard Pierce, Chris — 77 Pierce, Kevin — 69 Pickles, Cary — 77 Pietrantoni, Tom — 42 Pitz, Maria —69 P. N.Hirsch Co.—151 Poole, Jim — 69, 87, 94 Poole, Mark — 24 Poole, Ritchie — 77 Poole, Susan — 42 Poole, Vince — 42 Porritt, Jerry — 69 Potcpan, Nancy — 77 Presley, Darrel — 42 Price, Rebecca — 77 Professional Pharmacy— 142 Pry, Janet — 77 Pugh, Julie — 77 Pugh, Lori — 57, 123, 127 Rachels, Debra — 77 Rachels, Mike — 57 Racic, Kevin — 78, 87 Randolph. Lee — 57,82, 85 Ranmar Standard Tire, Inc. — 141 Ramey, Danny — 78 Rao, Dr.G. V . M.D.—150 Ratlcy, Bambi — 58 Raubach, Beth — 69, 122 Raubach, Richard — 58,82, 86 Razer, Sharon — 69, 111, 123,100 Reach, John — 87 REDBIRD Annual —3,84, 85, 160 REDBIRD Booster Club 150 REDBIRD Notes— 128, 129 Reed, Michelle — 5,6,69, 109, 111 Reed, Ruby — 69 Reeder, Dennis — 69 Reimer, Jim — 42, 127 Reimer, John — 58 Reinschmidt, Bob — Remm, Mark — 42 Rennie, John — 58,99 Ricci, Elmo, Mr. — 26 Ricci, Tim, Mr. — 26, 90 Rice, Don, Mr. —26,82.99 Rich, Alfred —42 Rich, Harold —69 Rich, Jim — 78 Richards, Kathy — 58 Richardson, Donald — 58 Richerson, Richard — 69,87, 93 Rick's Standard — 145 Riddle, Michelle — 69 Riddle, Randy —5, 58,82,85 Rifle Corps — 96 Rissi, Susan — 78 Riva, D. Michael, Attorney at Law — 155 Riva, Maryann, Mrs. — 26 Roan, Stan — 78 Robasse, Bill — 47 Roberts, Dana — 69 Roberts, David — 5,42, 82. 85, 127 Robinson, Barbara — 78 Robinson, Becky — 42. 89, 97,98. 100, 106, 110,96 Robinson, Chris — 78,94 Robinson, John — 58, 100, 106, 107, 112, 151,90 Rodarmel, James — 69 Roeco — 141 Rogers, Cathy — 78 158Rogers, Bobby — 58, 82. 86, 99 Rogers, Cindy — 43 Rogers, Robin — 58 Rogers, Tedria — 11, 58, 113 Rosalie Shop, The — 159 Rose, Tammy — 34 Ross, Kevin — 58 Ross, Jeannette — 78 Ross, Rebecca — 43 Rumsey, Gaila — 58 Rumsey, Robert — 78, 87 Rumsey, Roberta — 78 Russell, Frank, Trucking — 139 Russell, Jeff — 127 Russell Magnavox— 142 Russell, Rhonda — 58 Russell, Scott — 25 Ruzich, Scott — 78 Sala.Jay — 69, 88,93 Samples, Earl —43 Sanders, Diane — 43 Sanders, Ernest — 69, 118, 121 Sanders, Janet — 123 Sanders, John — 34, 94,97 Sanders, Michael —69 Sanders, Tracy - 58 Sandusky Bill 78,94 Saulsbury, Robin — 43 Schumacher, Shelly — 69 Scott, Jean Anne — 69, 101 Scott, Kelley — 43, 110 Sears, Karen —78, 111, 118 Sears, Randy — 59, 118, 120, 121 Sesock, Brent — 78 Shcfflcr, Sarah — 69, 111, 113 Shelby’s Tow Service — 146 Shirt Works, The — 138 Shockley, Brien — 70, 87 Shockley. Kelly —59. 98, 111, 119, 120, 96 Shoemaker. Darren — 78 Shoemaker, Laura — 59, 123 Shoe Tree. The — 141 Shupe, Tracic — 70, 89, 109, 111 Silcvcn, Amy 78, 109 Simmons, Amy — 70, 111, 113,118 Simons, Sue — 70, 89, 109, 111 Simpson, Kevin — 70 Sipes, Teri — 43 Sipes Supply — 136 Slane, Rex — 59 Sloan, Jeff— 70, 93,99 Sloan’s Gymnastic School — 149 Smelcer, Ann — 70 Smelcer, Tabtha — 78 Smilanich, Rena — 70 Smith, Charles, Mr. — 26 Smith, David — 25, 98 Smith, Debbie — 59 Smith, John — 43 Smith, Lori — 78 Smith, Mike —78,87,93 Smith, Peggy. Mrs. — 26, 113 Smith, Ron, Mr. — 26 Smith, Ron — 43, 151 Smith, Stephanie — 78 Smothers, Brent — 44 Sneddon, Mary Beth — 78, 122 Sneed. Brian — 70 Snyder, John — 78 Sonic — 138 Softball Team 1980 — 100 Sophomore Attendants and Escorts — 6 Sophomore Football Team — 87 Southard Oil — 151 Spain, Betty — 25,99 Spanish Club— 110 Sparks, Ben — 70 Spears, Monica — 44 Spicer, Cindy — 59, 11, 119, 120 Spicer, Ron — 78, 87, 94 Sprague, Donna — 70 St. John’s Church 154 Stangcr, Becky — 78, 122 Stanger, Christine 70 Stanley, Daisy — 59, 122 Stanley Janet — 78 Starrick, Loretta — 59 State Farm Insurance, Harry Smith — 151 Stch, Beth—44,89. 97,98, 109, 110,96 Steinberger, Susan — 48 Steinmetz, Michelle — 70, 101, 109, 123 Stevens, Eric — 59 Stevens, Jamie 70,98 Stevens, Linda, Mrs. — 26 Stewart, Brenda — 34, 99 Stewart, Lois — 34 Stodghill, Kellie —59.89 Stone Funeral Home — 148 Stoner, Eddie — 5,9, 44. 82, 84,127 Stoner, Tina — 44 Stritzcl, Richard, Mr. — 27 Stubblefield, Tracey — 59 Student Council — 108 Student Secretaries 115 Stufflebean, Theresa — 70. 106, 107, 109 Sub-Debs 113 Sullivan, Pam — 59, 1 10 Summers, David — 44 Summers, Jack, Mr. — 18 Syers, Tom — 44. 82, 99 Talluto, Kim — 78 Tanner, Becky — 44 Taylor, Kevin — 78 Taylor, Ron — 59, 82, 85,99 Taylor, Teri — 78 Tefertiller, LaDonna — 59, 89,100, 101, 111, 113 Tefertiller, Rudy — 70, 87, 93,99, 111, 112 Terry, John — 70, 90 Terry’s BarberShop— 134 Thacker, Joyce — 25 Tharp, Jeff — 78, 87, 93 Thomas, Daryl — 59 Thomas, Mike. Mr. — 27, 118,121 Thomas, Rita — 60 Thomas, Scott — 78 Thompson, Dr. BobG., M.D. — 151 Thompson, Rene — 44, 89, 97.96 Todich, Mike —78 Tomlinson. George — 60. 82, 86,94, 112 Tomlinson Motor 135 Tomlinson, Robbie — 70 Tomanovich, Donna — 100. Ill Tompkins, Rose Ann — 26 Toth, Tony — 78 Track Team, 1980 — Travis, Terry — 79 Trcsso, Angela — 70, 111 Tresso, Margie —45 Trovillion, Joyce, Mrs. — 27 Trusty, Cameron — 70, 87,93 Trusty, Mark — 78 Twirlers— 120 Uhls, Danny — 79, 93 Uhls, Harold — 45 Uhls, Tim —70, 118, 121 Union Funeral Service 138 Valeo, Dianna — 60, 123 Vantrease, Kyle, Attorney at Law — 150 Vanwcy, Claudia 45,97, 127.96 Vanwcy, Tim — 70, 87, 94, 95 VanZandt, Tony — 45, 127 Vaughn, Christine — 79 Vaughn. Keith 45.91. 103. 90 Veaughn, Vernon 79 Verschucren, Scott — 5,6, 45, 82, 84, 99, 127 Verschucren, Tammy — 79 Vocational Auto Mechanics — 125 Vocational Nursing — 123 Volanski Care Heating and Air Conditioning— 149 Volanski, Shelly — 70! 118, 123 Wagner, Angie — 71,89, 109, 111 Wagner. Dianna — 26 Wall, Jack. Mr — 18 Wallace. David — 71,87. 93, 99,III, 112 Wallace. John — 71,87,94 Wallace, Linda 60, 111, 119, 120 Wallace, Tina — 71 Walters, J.T. —60 Walters, Lori — 79 Walton’s Service Company — 139 Ward. David — 5, 6, 45, 82, 83 Ward. Greg —60, 88, 112 Warren, Tammy - 45 Wasson Real Estate— 149 Watkins, Karen — 122 Weakly, Dan. Mr. 27 Webb, Dr.Don J..O.D. 150 Webster, Laura — 60 Webster, Tom — 45 Welborn. Barbara — 79, 122 Welborn, Bobby — 60 Welding — 127 Wertz, Larric — 46, 127 West Frankfort Awning. Iron, and Glass 148 West Frankfort Machine Tool Co. — 158 Westray, Rachel — 60 W.F.R.X. Radio— 140 Wheeler, Angie 79.109 White, l.cda 60. 89, 111 Whiting. Jane 46, 128, 129 Wiehn. John — 60 Wiggins, Brad —35, 133 Wiggins, Shawn -46 Wilburn, Cheryl —71. 122, 127 Wilburn, Don — 60, 127 Wilburn, Michael —71 Wilce, James — 71 Wilcc, Pete — 26 Wilce, Tcna - 79 Wileman. Mike —79 Wiley, Tim —60, 99, 112 Wilkins, Raymond — 60 Wilkinson. Warren -87,99 Williams. Cynthia 71 Williams, Gayle 79, 118 Williams. Kim 79, 111 Williams, Lisa — 60 Williams, Scott — 46, 127 Williford. Ron —35.99 Willmore, David — 79, 87,93 Wilson. Dana 61 Wilson, Grant 79 Wilson, Keri 71 Wilson, Kevin 79,93. 118, 121 Wilson. Kim —35, 99 Wilson, Paul —26. 120 Winniger, Kevin — 61 Winter. Ron, Mr. — 27. 95 Winter, Shaun — 46, 88, 112 Witkcwitz, Terri — 79 W.M. Hales, Inc.—153 Woods. David, Mr.— 18 Woods. Dr. Earl. D.D.S. 151 Woodward. Dewayne — 71 Woodward. Sheilia — 71 Woodward. Veronica — 61 Woody, Dana —71, 123 Woody. Trevor — 61 Woolsey, Tammy —61 Workman, Patty 46 Wortman, Chuck — 61,82, 86. 99. 106. 107, 112 Wrestling Team, J.V. — 94 Wrestling Team, Varsity — 94 Wright, Deborah —61 W right, Richard — 61, 127 W right, Scott — 71,93 Wyant. Quintin — 71,99. 112 Yadro Auto Parts — 136 Yadro. Mari — 71, 119 Yadro, Nancy — 5,9. 10, 46. 101, 110. Ill, 113, 123, 127 Yardo, Pam — 61, 110. 111, 113, 119, 120 Yadro. Paula —46 York, Mary Jane, Mrs. 27, 123 Young. Brad — 71, 111, 118, 121 Young. Gena —61, 113 Young. Toni — 46. 109. 110 Youth Board 111 Yuhas, Ernest. Mr. — 27, 112 159Another volume of the REDBIRD Annual has been completed. Frankly, we’re glad it is finished. Although there were many “fun” and carefree times, the work was slow and filled with tedious and meticulous detail. All of the work was rewarding. Again the REDBIRD was nominated for the Golden Dozen Award by SISPA. Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts, our REDBIRD Annual, adviser, received “The Adviser of the Year” award for 1981 by SISPA. The REDBIRD Annual wants to thank Mr. Steve Smith of Delmar Studio, Mr. Larry DeMattei, Greg Darby, and Wesley Bennett for their help with the photography. Our thanks also go to our adviser Mrs. Batts. We would also like to express our appreciation to the many professional and business people of West Frankfort for their support and co-operation. O H HjGUTJ u. y jyu 3'' p f r 160AutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographs


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