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

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1983 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 69 The Redbird Annual proudly presents “High Lights” of the school year 1982-83.Highlights Classes Administration Faculty Athletics Activities Ads Index Redbird Annual Staff4 Highlights of 1983S. Shefflcr and S. Hamilton enjoy the Turkey Day Game. Coach Ernest gives instructions to J. Moake. S. Simons uses new computer. L. Harper shows interest in British Lit. J. Hammers enjoys cafeteria food. 5ESCORTS AND HONOR GUARDS — B. Hubbard, S. Graves, S. Schocklcy, K. McLain, J. Porritt, J. Hammers, S. Marvel, E. Gutierrez, R. Katich, D. Connell, R. Tefertiller, J. Wallace, D. Wallace, T. Glodich, R. Richerson, T. Vanwey, J. Poole, J. Moake. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS — L. Stafford. T. Yadro, D. Griffin. S. Shcfflcr, M. Reed. S. Hamilton. J. Ernest. M. Murray, C. Kerrone. 7SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — Mia Murray, Rudy Tcffcrtillcr, Toni Yadro, Donald Connell. FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — Cara Kerrone, David Wallace, Lisa Stafford, Scott Shockley. JUNIOR ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS Ernest, John Hammers. Dawn Griffin, Scott Graves, Jeanna 8Michelle Reed, Homecoming Queen, and Escort Tim Glodich. Sarah Shefflcr, Runner-Up, and Escort Ed Gutierrez. Susan Hamilton, Runner-Up, and Escort John Moake. The 1982-83 Homecoming was one of the highlights of the year. “Shining Moments” was the theme. The Art Department and Mr. Tim Murphy decorated the gym. The Student Council was responsible for all the Homecoming activities. The festivities began with a chili supper, the annual bonfire, followed by a snake dance, and a sock-hop at Teen Town. During the Coronation ceremonies, Michelle Reed was crowned Homecoming Queen. She was chosen by the student body. Susan Hamilton and Sarah Sheffler were the runners-up. The annual Turkey Day Football Game with Benton was won by the high-flying Redbirds with a score of 14-7. The Homecoming Dance was attended by students and alumni. The band was “Starry-Eyes”. Many reunions, gab-fests, and dinners of returning classes were held, and alumni came from all over the United States. Homecoming 1982-83 was a great success. 9c ] yi p h-Senior football players wait for “grand entrance . Coach Ernest introduces his football team. CHILDREN OF THE HOMECOMING COURT — Jon Adkins, Stephanie Osterhout, Andrea Warren, and Andy Sloan. 12Redbird Annual Camera Day 13Outstanding Seniors Dana Lucas, REDBIRD Annual Bobby Hill, Student Body President Steve Marvel, REDBIRD NOTES Michelle Reed, Homecoming Queen Nola Cowsert, Student Council President lid Gutierrez, Senior Class PresidentTurkey Day Turkey Day Ooh-Ahh! 16SENIORSSENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — John Miller, Co-Vice President; Ed Gutierrez, President; Sarah Sheffler, Treasurer; Michelle Reed, Secretary; and Susan Hamilton, Co-Vice President. The four years of high school come and go with many mixed emotions. It is hard for a freshman to see the end of his school years. Seniors have a special insight concerning high school that is far different from any other class. It is time for them to make some of the most important choices of their lives. Many paths can be taken in the lives of the seniors. Some seniors will choose college or delve directly into the job field, and some will join one of the branches of the armed services. Still others will marry and have families; some will remain in West Frankfort while others will move far away. After the ritual of graduation, many seniors will long for the chance to come back and relive their high school times. Seniors will have their diplomas and yearbooks, but nothing can take the place of a hot and over-crowded study hall. These high school years have been filled with learning, both in and out of the classroom. Lifetime friendships have been formed. Maturity and the acceptance of responsibility have been parts of these years. As the “Class of 1983” nears graduation, they look back with saddened memories of the years spent together. They look forward to their futures with excitement, anticipating what lies ahead. The seniors would like to thank their class sponsor, Mr. Tim Murphy, and the FCHS faculty for their help through this period of their lives. They are proud of their accomplishments as they attain their diplomas. GOOD LUCK, SENIORS!!! 18Chuck Adkins Tracy Adkins Julie Akin Tammy Avery Pat Barrett Denise Basler Shirley Ambos Texas Bandy Jon Borton 19The Redbird Annual Proudly Andy Bowling Kelley Burkitt Rhonda Burton Jody Calvert Brian Canann Betty Carr Greg Chance Stephanie Cima 20Darla Conner Nola Cowsert Gerald Delgy Gerald Dorris John CzorniakFCHS Seniors Manage to Have Rhonda Followell I Brad Galli Chuck Gardner Mark Gibson Kelli Golis Ed Gutierrez Tim Glodich Bill Gregory Scott GravesFun in Spite of Hard Work Tony Hall Tracy Hall Susan Hamilton John Hammers Lisa Harper John Hill Darin Hoover Rebecca Hopkins 23Seniors Will Recall Highlights Randy Katich Jim Jones Bill Hubbard Randy Jordan Amy Hughes John Karnes Melissa Kathalynas Lora Kinsman Darrell Hopperof Their Four Years at FCHS Keith Lawrence Curtis Lee Barbara Lind Kecia Little Terri Logsdon Dana Lucas Elizabeth Lynn Margelli 25Seniors Remember Wandering Steve Marvel Robin Mays Nancy McClerren Floyd McClintock Denise McGough Caprise McGough Dale Meracle Jennifer McMillin Keith McLain 26the Halls as Baffled Freshman Jamie Mikutis Dana Miller John Miller John Mize John Moake V Barry Mosley Joe Navrkal Angie Neal 27The Class of 1983 Looks Forward Kelly Norman Kathy Nolen Liza Nolen Jackie Opdyke Rhonda Owens Darla Patterson Barry Pearce Mike Peeler Jim Pooleto “Going Out Into the World” Jeff Porritt David Pyles Beth Raubach Sharon Razer Michelle Reed Ruby Reed Dana Restivo Richard Richerson Michelle Riddle 29Scott Russell Janet Sanders Sarah Sheffler Jay Sala Ernie Sanders Mike Sanders Scott Shockley TracieShupe Jean Anne Scott 30Amy Simmons Kevin Simpson Sue Simons Jeff Sloan Rena Smilanich Brian Sneed Michelle Steinmetz Jamie Stevens Teri Stufflebean 31Seniors Will Remember Rudy Tefertiller Angela Tresso Cameron Trusty Shelley Volanski Tim Vanwey Their Donna Tomanovich Angie WagnerGraduation With Mixed Emotions John Wallace Cheryl Wilburn Cindy Williams Dana Woody Scott Wright Mari Yadro Brad YoungNot Pictured Mary Jane Cremer Tony Galbraith Charles Gregory Anita Holloman Regina Huite Steve Irvin Kevin Kaytor Jennifer Liska Rick Marks Peggy McGhee Randy Minton Eric Peterson Kevin Pierce Adelita Pitz Bambi Ratley Ben Sparks Donna Sprague Eric Stevens Susan Summary Pete Wilce D. Lucas and D. Tomanovich — The best of times, the best of friends J. Porritt displays his woodworking project. 34 S. Hamilton shows Halloween spirit.Adkins, Chuck Adkins, Tracy — Honor Society 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Interpreters’ Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; School Play 2, 4. Akin, Julie — Honor Society; NIKE Club 3, 4 Secretary 4; Student Secretary 1, 2, 3,4. Ambos, Shirley Avery, Tammy — Student Secretary 3; Guidance Office 3. Bandy, Texas Barrett, Pat — Wrestling 1. Basler, Denise — Track Score Keeper 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Student Secretary 4. Borton, Jon — Interpreters’ Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; School Play 2, 3, 4; REDBIRD ANNUAL Photographer 4. Bowling, Andy Burkitt, Kelly — School Play 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Class Officer Secretary 3; Girls Basketball 1, 3; REDBIRD NOTES 4. Burton, Rhonda — Student Secretary 3. Bussler, Jay — FFA 1, 2,4. Calvert, Jody — Art Circle 1,2, 3,4. Canann, Brian Carr, Betty — Student Council 2, 3, 4. Chance, Greg — Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1. Cima, Stephanie — Student Council 1,4; FHA 1. Connell, Don — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; FFA 1. Conner, Darla — Student Secretary 2, 3. Cowsert, Nola — Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 2, Pres. 4; REDBIRD NOTES 1, 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2. 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 2, 3. Cremer, Mary Jane Czorniak, John — Key Club Vice-Pres; Wrestling Delgy, Jerry Dorris, Gerald — Football 1; Spanish Club 4. Dunning, Tina — Student Secretary 2, 3; NIKE Club 3,4 Sec. 3. Finney, Terri — REDBIRD NOTES 3. Fitzgerald, Brent — Spanish Club 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 4; REDBIRD NOTES 1; Band 1. Fitzpatrick, Ronnie — Wrestling 2; FTA 3; Band 1; Attendance Office 4. Followell, Rhonda — NIKE Club 3,4; FHA 3; Co-op. Galbraith, Tony Galli, Brad — Golf 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4. Gardner, Chuck — Wrestling 2, 3,4; Football 1. Gibson, Mark — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sound Investment 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidance office 4; South Seven Band Member 4. Glodich, Tim — Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 3,4. Golis, Kelly — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Queens Court 2. Graves, Scott — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Wrestling 4; Basketball 1. Gregory, Bill Gutierrez, Ed — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. Hall, Tony Hall, Tracy Hamilton, Susan — Student Council 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3, 4 Vice-Pres.; Queen Candidate 4; Art Circle 1, 2, 3,4 Treas. Hammers, John — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Track 2. Harper, Lisa — Honor Society 3, 4. Hill, Bobby — Student Body President 4; Class President 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Officer 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; REDBIRD ANNUAL 4. Hill, John Hoover, Darin Hopkins, Becky — Office Worker 3,4. Hopper, Darrell Hubbard, Bill — Football 1, 2, 3,4. Hughes, Amy — Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4 Pres. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3,4 Vice-Pres. 4; Class Officer Vice-Pres. 1, 2. Huite, Regina Irvin, Steve Jones, Jimmy — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 3,4. Jordan, Randy — Basketball 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3,4. Karnes, John — Basketball 1, 2; Honor Society; REDBIRD ANNUAL. Kathalynas, Melissa — Chorus 1, 2, 3,4. Katich, Randy — Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2. Kaytor, Kevin — Basketball 1. Kinsman, Lora — Student Council 1; Cheerleader 1; NIKE Club 3; School Play 4. Lawrence, Keith Lee Curt — B and 1, 2, 3, 4. Lind, Barbara Liska, Jennifer — School Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1. Little, Kecia Lucas, Dana R. — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Class Officer 1, 2; REDBIRD ANNUAL 1, 2, 3, 4 Editor 4; Trackett 1,2, 3. Mabry, Larry — FTA 3,4; Boys Pep Club 4. Maddox, Art — Student Council 4; Youth Board 4; Margelli, Beth — REDBIRD NOTES 3, 4; School Play 2,4; Youth Board 2, 3; Honor Society 3,4. Marks, Rick Marvel, Steve — Class President 3; REDBIRD NOTES 3, 4 Sports Editor 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2. Mays, Robin — Student Council 4; Art Circle 3, 4 Treasurer. McClement, Bill. McClerren, Nancy — Attendance Office 3,4; FHA 1. McClintock, Floyd. McGhee, Peggy — Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Softball 1; FHA 1. McGough, Caprise McGough, Denise McLain, Keith — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4. McMillin, Jenniffer — Art Cirile 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2,3,4.Meracle, Dale. Mikutis, Jamie — Cheerleader 2, 4; Class Officer 1; Student Council 1; Transfer Student. Miller, Dana — Pom-Pon 2, 3, 4 Capt. 4; Flag 2, 3, 4; Guidance Office 1,2, 3,4; Co-Op 4. Miller, John — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3,4; Class Officer Vice Pres. 4. Minton. Randy. Mitchell, Larry. Mize, John. Moake, John — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3,4; Track 1,2; Key Club 2, 3,4 Pres. 4. Mosley, Barry. Navrkal, Joe — Track 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Tennis 1. Neal, Angie — NIKE Club 3; Student Secretary 3. Nolen, Kathy — Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Art Circle 1, 2. Nolen, Liza. Norman, Kelly — Spanish Club 3, 4; Co-op 4; Office Worker 2, 3, 4. Opdyke, Jackie — Homecoming Court 3; Honor Society 3,4; School Play 2. Owens, Rhonda — Honor Society 3, 4; Girl’s Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Softball 1,2. Patterson, Darla — REDB1RD NOTES 2; Volleyball 2; Volleyball Stats. 3; Art Circle 1; Band 1. Pearce, Barry. Peeler, Mike. Peterson, Eric — Wrestling 1. Pierce, Kevin — Wrestling 1, 2; Cross Country 4; Attendance Office 4. Pitz, Adelita — Spanish Club 3,4 Vice-Pres. 3. Poole, Jim — Football 1, 2, 3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3. Porritt, Jeff. Pyles, David. Ratley, Bambi. Raubach, Beth — Co-op; Cordettes 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; REDBIRD NOTES 1. Razer, Sharon — Youth Board Pres. 2, 3; Basketball 1; Softball 1. Reed, Michelle — Homecoming Queen; Sophomore Attendant; Senior Class Officer Sec.; Student Council 1; Art Circle 2, 3. Reed, Ruby. Restivo, Dana. Richerson, Richard — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; F.T.A. 4; Attendance Office 4. Riddle, Michelle Russell, Scott — Honor Society. Sala, Jay — Golf, 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2. Sanders, Ernie — IMEA All-State Band 3, 4; IMEA District Band 1, 2, 3,4; South Seven All Conference Band 1,2, 3, 4; Soloist 4; FCHS Band 1, 2, 3,4; Pep Band 1,2, 3,4. Sanders, Janet. Sanders, Mike. Scott, Jean Anne — Cheerleader 1, 2, 4; Sub-Debs 3, 4; NIKE Club 4 Treas. 4; Softball 4. Sheffler, Sarah E. — Queen Candidate 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer Treas. 4; Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. Shockly, Scott — Football 2, 3,4. Shupe, Tracy — Volleyball 1, 2; Art Dept. 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Board 2; Art Circle 1, 2. Simmons, Amy — Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Art Circle 2. Simons, Sue — Sub-Debs 3, 4 Hist. 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Student Council 4; Youth Board 2. Simpson, Kevin — Student Council 1, 2; Class Officer 1; Mascot 1, 2, 3. Slane, Dana — Chorus. Sloan, Jeff — Track 1,3, 4; Wrestling 4; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 1,2. Smilanich, Rena — REDBIRD NOTES 3; Cop-op 4. Sneed, Brian — Spanish Club 3; Honor Society 3,4. Sparks, Ben. Sprague, Donna — F.H.A. 1. Steinmetz, Michelle — Sub-Debs 3, 4; Cheerleading 1,2, 3, 4; Office 2, 3,4; Interpreter’s Theatre. Stevens, Eric. Stevens, Jamie. Stufflebean, Teri — Trackette 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1; Student Secretary 4. Summary, Susan. Tefertiller, Rudy — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3 Youth Board 2, 3,4. Terry, John. Tomanavich, Donna — Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer Treas. 1; Student Council 1; Youth Board 1, 2; Art Circle 1, 2. Tresso, Angela — Co-op 4; Office Worker 3, 4; NIKE Club 3,4 Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4; F.H.A. 1. Trusty, Cameron — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Football 2. Uhls, Tim — Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; School Play 2,4. Vanwey, Tim — Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1,3. Volanski, Shelley — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-op 4; Twirler 1, 2,3; Drum Major 4. Wagner, Angie — Art Circle 1, 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Youth Board 1, 2; Softball 3; Co-op 4. Wallace, David — Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Youth Board 1,2, 3, 4. Wallace, John. Wilburn, Cheryl — Chordettes 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4 Treas. 2; Girl Scouts 1. Wilce, Nita. Wilce, Pete. Williams, Cindy — Co-op 4; F.H.A. 1. Wright, Michael Scott — Basketball 1,2. Yadro, Mari — Student Council 4; Sub-Debs 3, 4 Sec. 4; Youth Board 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4; Art Circle 1, 2, 3,4 Sec. 3 Pres. 4; Honor Society 3,4. Young, Brad — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 4; Youth Board 1, 2, 3. 36JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Greg Acton, Pres,; Carl Lee, Sec.; Lisa Palasky, Treas.; Stan Roan, Vice-Pres. The Junior Class entered their third year at F.C.H.S. with anticipation and excitement. After all, just one more year, and the Class of 1984 would become esteemed graduates. Mr. Richard Stritzel, the class sponsor, built up the class treasury by having the juniors sell candles and work concessions. Since the junior class always has to pay for the Junior-Senior Prom, a large amount of money was needed. Jeanna Ernest and Dawn Griffin were the Junior Homecoming Attendants. They were elected by the class. The Junior Class looks forward to the school year 1983-84. Then, they will be the real upper classmen. They can look back on the highlights of past years. Greg Acton Denise Adams Ann Anderson 38Kristy Basler Rickey Bennett Joni Bernhard Tom Bernhard Lindell Blades Randy Blocker Brian Bolte Laura Boozer Dean Borcky Kathy Boren LeAnn Bowers Peri Bowman 39Juniors Celebrated Being Michelle Boyd Ja'Dean Boyer Dorothy Bromley Kim Cabaness John Calcaterra Keith Campbell Keven Canann Robert Carrington John Carrington Chuck Clark Julie Cleland George Collins Steve Crawford Terri Crawford Dana Davis 40Upperclassmen With Zeal and Zest Bret Decs Frank DeSomcr Tara Dinn Lisa Dodd Billie Donas Robert Dorris John Duff Roy Egeditich Jeanna Ernest Paul Esparza Tammy Filkins Connie Finney Eddie Florian Renee Frazier Danny Free 41Greg Galli Stacy Garrett Jill Gilbert Jason Goodson Allan Gosnell Dawn Griffin April Gutierrez Debby Hall Linda Hall Larry Hand Karen Harpool Kevin Harpool 42 Carl Harris Lisa Harris Rhonda HarrisKelly Hawkins Todd Hawkins Mitch Hayman Dana Herring Leslie Hill Ida Hogebaum Beth Hood Debbie Hoppers Dean Horsley Laura Hughes Danny Irby Diana Irby Denise Irvin Darrin Jeffries Deanna Johnson 43The Class of ’84 Chooses Its Eleanor Johnson Ken Johnson Roy Johnson Jeff Jones Kent Jones Richard Jones Steve Kalahcr David Karnes Mark King Susie Kirkman Carl Lee Tim Lindsey Susan Linsley Michelle Lintncr Lisa Martin 44Class Rings and Plans Prom Lisa Mason Tonetta Masters Rhonda Mays Dana McCarty Bob Melvin Chris Melvin Kerri Melvin Don Messamore Ron Messamore Lisa Mezo Trevier Minton Jamy Miranda Kathy Morgan Sonja Morgan Toni Moschino 45Dawn Murray Scott Neibel Joe Nicklin Doug O’Connor John Osterhout Lisa Palasky Karen Patton Sharon Payne Darren Periman John Perrotto Chris Pierce Richie Poole Nancy Potepan Janet Pry Julie Pugh 46Larry Rachels Kevin Racic Danny Ramey Jim Rich Diana Riddle Tammy Riddle Susan Rissi Stan Roan Barbara Robinson Chris Robinson Robert Rumsey Scott Ruzich Karen Sears Brent Sesock Lisa Shupe 47Juniors Mark One More Amy Sileven Tabatha Smelcer Lori Smith Mike Smith Stephanie Smith Mary Beth Sneddon Ron Spicer Janet Stanley Kim Talluto Terri Taylor Jeff Tharp Scott Thomas Terry Travis Danny Uhls Christine Vaughn 48Milestone on the Road to Success Vernon Veaughn Tammy Verschueren Lori Walters Mike Wilemon Gayle Williams David Willmore Grant Wilson Kevin Wilson Terri Witkewiz Not Pictured John Andrews Colleen Bennett Wendy Davis Jeff Dawson Amy Forgatch Dawn Fries Chris Levine Rebecca Owsley Jeannette Ross Darren Shoemaker Mike Todich Kim Williams Troy Yates C. Lee struggles through initiation. 49SOPHOMORESSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — Gene Mitchell, President; Toni Yadro, Secretary; Jerry McPhail, Treasurer; and Melanie Warren, Vice-President. The class of 1985 began their second year at F.C.H.S. with much anticipation. They were aware that this was their last year of being underclassmen, and they were rewarded with seats on the main floor of the auditorium. Highlights of the year were the Sophomore’s Football Team winning the conference championship and second year F.C.H.S. students receiving their drivers’ licenses. They were initiated into the Key Club and Sub-Debs. The Homecoming attendants selected by the Sophomore class were Mia Murray and Toni Yadro. Miss Alice Hrovatich was the class sponsor. The Sophomores became an integral part of the student body. They were now involved in the various clubs, organizations, and activities of F.C.H.S. The Class of 1985 will always remember their second year of high school. James Adelsberger Eddie Adkins Charles Armcs Rhonda Armes 52Kristi Barker Kim Biggerstaff Jeff Blades David Boner Tim Braddy Tammy Branch Ronnie Branch Charlie Bratcher Sondra Brock Angiy Browning Francie Broy Mike Butler Amy Calhoun Darlene Campbell Brent Cannon Cathy Carter John Chismar Adrian Clover Carmel Collins Cathy Cornelia Mike Crabtree Tracy Crawford Ronnie Cullum Mike Darby 53Sophomores Are Looking Forward David Donahue Dennis Donahue Steve Donovan Marilyn Duane Holli Essary Jeff Filkins Mike Ford Darren Frazier Paula Frazier Russell Freeman Susie Gardner Jerry Gass John Gass Beth Geer Paula Gibbs Kay Glover Lori Gulley Tommy Gulley Bruce Hall Lisa Hankins Kenny Harrawood Ron Harris Matt Heal Teresa Henderson 54to Being Upper Classmen Lori Hocbbel Bret Hood Dawn Hood Pam Hood Melanie Hopper Dawn Horsley George Huite Bob Hutchcraft Scott Isaacs Renee Johnson Melissa Joplin Teri Jovi Shelley Karoski Kim Keene Mike Koczorowski Christie Krantz Kerry Lamar Mike Laswell Susan Lee Angie Lindsey Tammy Lipc Charles Lovell Sheri Lude Leilani MacJannct 55Kim Mayhew Bruce McClerren Don McClintock Mark McDaniel Jerry McPhail Kathy McPhail Traci Meracle Lance Miller Michelle Mills Misty Mills Gene Mitchell Mark Moore Jerry Mumbower Mia Murray Melissa Neeley Cathy Osterhout Don Peavey Steve Peavey Christie Pickering David Poole Wendy Pruett Jeff Pulliam Tina Rachels Steve Remm 56Denny Richey Angie Robertson Richie Rogers Chip Romack Barry Ross Sara Rumsey Danny Russell Diana Russell Kevin Russell Kim Schloss Tim Series Amy Shelby John Shelby Charles Short Donnctta Sigler Scott Skinner Chris Slane Doug Smith Nancy Smith Scott Smith Kevin Squibb Craig Stevens Jeff Straka Amy Stubblefield 57Sophomores Have Special Memories Sheila Sturgeon Debbie Sullivan Jennifer Summers Nancy Summers Robbie Tango Tom Tedeschi David Thompson Lisa Tinsley Tommy Tomlinson Frank Trcsso Michelle Trotter Kent Trovillion Rosa True Tammy Urban Terry Vaughn Karen Wall Melanie Warren Lori Watson Trevor Weaver Traci Webb Darrell Webber Brett Webster Shelley Whittington Amy Wiehn 58of the Homecoming Dance Dawn Wilburn Martha Wilburn Pam Wilburn Teresa Wilkerson Dan Wilkins Russell Williams Rhonda Wilson Jeff Wollesen Amy Woods Jon Woods Dcrrcn Wortman Lara Wortman John Wright John Yadro Toni Yadro Julie York Not Pictured Brian Bearden Tonya Braggs Debbie Donovan Gary Hall Rich Hogebaum Don Hoppers Cheryl Jarvis Richard Jones Matt Karnes Susan McEndree Aimce Powless Willie Stanley 59Stephanie Cima uses calculator in Accounting. Students wait for the end of a typical study hall period. Nathan Norman studies exercise in Eng. IC. Jamie Stevens listens for an answer in 6061Underclassmen Start at Bottom FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — J. Chapman. Treas.; L. Stafford. Sec.; A. Tomanovich, V-Pres.; N. Norman, Pres. The class of 1986 entered the halls of F.C.H.S. with apprehension and trepidation. They wondered about their classes; they wondered about their teachers; and they wondered about this new world they had entered. The Freshmen learned about the ways of high school. They learned that they were “inferior” to seniors. They learned that they had to sit in the balcony (the very worst section in the entire Auditorium), and they learned not to buy elevator passes. Their “superiors” also taught them which teachers to avoid and which classes were “snaps”. There were positive aspects to being Freshmen, however. They could eat off-campus. They could stay out later at night. They were finally beginning their years of high school. They began to participate in activities and organizations. They tried out for different sports. Some Freshmen were elected club officers. They were the “mainstay’ of the newly formed Scholar Bowl. Lisa Stafford and Cara Kerrone were chosen by the class as their Freshman Attendants in the Homecoming Coronation. Many Freshmen attended their first Homecoming Dance. They also learned what Homecoming at F.C.H.S. meant to thousands of alumni because in 1987 they, too, would become part of that illustrious group. Mrs. Sharon Hclleny was the class sponsor. She led the group through many phases of adjustment.And Build Foundation for Maturity Darlene Adams Vicki Adelsberger Leigh Anne Adkins Jeff Aldridge Scott Allerding Roberta Ball Robin Ball Eric Barnes Sondra Barrett Kevin Beattie Christopher Bcdokis Larinda Boner Melissa Boyer Angie Brace Duwaync Brookhouse Daniel Buckingham Pam Burke Kristi Bussler Lauri Cadle David Cameron Tina Cardwell Kim Carr Jan Chapman John Chapman Becky Claridy Sherry Clayton Libby Clover Amy Crews Susan Culpepper Brigett Davis Mark Decs Carl Dencausse Tim Dial Toni Donovan Tracey Doty 63Freshmen Recall the Excitement Angie Dunning Jesse Edwards Sara Engler Eddie Everett Julie Filkins Kenny Filkins Andy Fiori DcWaync Fisher Mike Fitzgerald David Fletcher Mike Goff Suzi Gosnell Amanda Gray Steve Grzanich Cathy Hall Jeff Hamilton Lori Hammers Kristen Hanna John Hays Ricky Henson Russell Henson Darren Herring Dawn Hindman Dawn Hogebaum David Holloman Mark Hopper Ed Hubbard Bob Hudson Scott Innis Monica Irvin Eric Jacobs Melissa Jent Diana Johnson Rebecca Johnson Glenda Johnston 64of Their First Day at FCHS Don Jones Kerry Jones Matt Jones Chris Jordan Todd Kalaher Billy Kaminski Vicki Keene Robert Kellow Cara Kerronc Amy Kinsman Sara Kirby Roger Lane Susan Lang Rodney Laramore Shelly Lay Johnny Layne Jay Lindsey Roxanne Mabry Beth Martin Tim Martin Robby Massey Barbara McElyea Matt McGhee Ronda McLaren Debbie Melvin Jackie Melvin Joni Melvin Curtis Messamore David Mezo Nicole Minton Deon Mitchell Richard Moore Chris Morganthalcr Daryn Morris Heather Mosley 65Freshmen Slightly Confused but Clif Mull Rene Neibel Amy Nolen Nathan Norman Jeff Odle Valerie Odum Rae Parrish Brian Pennock Anastasia Pesselato Kelly Peterson Matt Podnar Patrick Pohl Chris Raubach Gina Reed Perry Reed Roberta Riddle Heather Roberts JoLyn Rose Kevin Royc Roberta Rumsey Sherri Rumsey Jamie Russell Marla Salingue Keith Sanders Dana Sapp Jill Shupc Mike Simmons Donna Simpson Richard Sing Jeff Smilanich Dyke Smith Chris Snyder Kevin Spain Jeff Spiller Tena Spowart 66Eager to Become FCHS Redbirds Lisa Stafford George Stanley Tina Stanley Susan Stcinmctz Roscann Stewart Tony Stoner Stacey Summers Dan Talbott Shawn Talluto Billy Tanner Melody Thomas Stacy Thomas Tracy Thomas Lennie Thompson Amy Tomanovich Dana Tyler Kevin Walters John Mark Weaver Mark Webster Curt West Michelle White Joanic Wilkins Troy Williams Kim Willis Jerry Wilson Dennis Woolard Lesley Young Rhonda Zimmer Not Pictured April Bodin Lynn Paulk David McCracken James Smith 67Students in English class use time differently. John Hays studies Composition and Grammar Book with intensity. Cheerleaders build mount during game. Dorothy Bromley runs an errand in Attendance.Superintending two elementary schools, a high school, and a junior high, consumes most of Mr. L. Goebel Patton’s time and energy. He divides his attentions among all four schools through the administration of educational policies and special student activities. In this way, he sees each student body developing a distinct character from one basic administrative pattern. Mr. Patton has been Superintendent of Frankfort Community District 168 for the past forty-one years. By evaluating new trends, objectives, and stressing continuity in educational programs, Mr. Patton dedicates himself to secure this end. The Board of Education consists of elected members by the community. The Board of Education formulates administrative policies for the school district. Mrs. Shirley Florian is the President, and Mr. Fred Kondritz is the Secretary of the Board. Superintendent L. Goebel Patton BOARD OF EDUCATION — Row 1: Shirley Florian, Jack Wall, Jack Summers. Row 2: Burle Osterhout, David Woods, J. R. Sears, and Fred Kondritz. 70Mr. Gail Borton, F.C.H.S. Principal. One very important person to every school is a principal. Mr. Gail Borton is that important person at F.C.H.S. His many responsibilities and duties are never ending. He administers discipline, helps staff and students with their many problems, and aids students with their schedules. The painstaking care he demonstrates in all his duties enables the school to maintain organization throughout the year. He is a great asset to F.C.H.S. This 1982-83 school year would not have been successful without the efforts of Mr. Borton. Secretary Gay Maddox and Bookkeeper Betty Grotti make up the office staff of F.C.H.S. They are invaluable to the high school. Mrs. Betty Grotti, Bookkeeper. Mrs. Gay Maddox, F.C.H.S. Secretary. 71Mrs. S. Blackwood checks R. Ball's algebra. Art instructor T. Murphy poses before his original painting of the F.C.H.S. Redbird. Mr. L. DeMattei studies his newspaper for current events. Jh Mr. C. Smith and Mr. R. Stritzcl discuss daily plans. 72FACULTYFCHS Faculty Is Unsurpassed Mrs. Wilma Anderson C3 Mr. Allen Barton Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts Mrs. Shiela Blackwood Mr. George Clark Mrs. Genelle Bedokis Mrs. Donnette Dean Mr. Larry DeMattei Mr. Russell Clover 74In Its Ability and Dedication Mr. Gene Ernest Mr. Lowell Grissom Mrs. Sandra Fiori Miss Dolores Grosco Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris Mr. Paul Grammer Mrs. Jane Hedley Mrs. Sharon Helleny Mr. George GroscoFaculty Is Machinery Who Mr. Donald Hobbs Mr. Harold Hood Mrs. Alice Hrovatich Mr. Tim Murphy Mrs. Liz Orso Mr. Steve PaskoV- Shapes and Molds Understandings Miss Jane Perr Mr. Elmo Ricci Mr. Tim Ricci Mr. Don Rice Mrs. Maryann Riva Mr. Charles Smith Mrs. Peggy Smith Mr. Ron Smith Mrs. Linda Stevens 77Mr. Dan Weakly Mr. Tim Weaver Mr. Ron Winter Mrs. Mary Jane York 78Faculty Directory Anderson, Wilma — English Barton, Allen — Building Trades Batts, Hellen Mary — English, REDBIRD Annual Bedokis, Genelle — Librarian Blackwood, Sheila Mathematics Clark, George — Guidance Clover, Russell — English, REDBIRD NOTES Dean, Donnette — Mathematics DeMattei, Larry — Social Studies, Photography Dorris, Mary Ellen — Business Ernest, Gene — Physical Education Fiori, Sandra — Spanish, Social Studies Grammer, Paul — Social Studies Grissom, Lowell — Social Studies Grosco, Dolores — Business, Dean of Girls Grosco, George — Science Hedley, Jane — Home Economics Helleny, Sharon — Home Economics, Guidance Hobbs, Donald — Agriculture, Welding, Auto Mechanics Hood, Harold — Social Studies, Industrial Arts Hrovatich, Alice — Business, Computers Karoski, George — Driver Education, Physical Educaiton Marlow, Jo Linda — English Morton, Eugene — Chorus Murphy, Tim — Art Orso, Elizabeth — Special Education Pasko, Steve — Welding, Industrial Arts Perr, Jane — English Ricci, Elmo — Industrial Arts, Drafting Ricci, Tim — Health, Physical Education Rice, Don — Social Studies Riva, Mary Ann — Physical Education Smith, Charles — English Smith, Peggy — Special Educaiton Smith, Ron — Electricity, Dean of Boys Stevens, Linda — Science, Mathematics Stritzel, Richard — Mathematics Thomas, Michael — Band Trovillion, Joyce — Science Weakly, Dan — Auto Mechanics Weaver, Tim — Business Winter, Ron — Driver Education York, Mary Jane — NursingMr. Elmo Ricci Mr. Harold Hood Mrs. Donnette Dean Mr. Steve Pasko 80ATHLETICSVARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. K. Trovillion, B. Hubbard, K. McLain, J. Moake, M. Smith, J. Duff, S. Shockley, S. Graves, G. Acton, Mgr. M. McDaniel. Row 2: Coach Sloan, R. Dorris, J. Hammers, T. Glodich, J. Poole, D. Willmore, K. Racic, T. Bernhard, J. Per-rotto, T. Vanwey, Coach Ernest. Row 3: S. Marvel, S. Roan, L. Rachels, J. Jones, T. Shelton, D. O’Connor, J. Nicklin, C. Lee, J. Porritt. Row 4: J. Tharp, D. Wallace, R. Rumsey, E. Gutierrez, R. Richerson, J. Wallace, J. Carrington, R. Katich, R. Tefertiller, D. Connell, Coach Warren. The 1982-83 Varsity Redbird Football Team made history by completing back-to-back conference championships for the first time since 1944, 1945, and 1946. They compiled a 7-2 record and became Tri-Champions in the South Seven Conference. Head Football Coach Gene Ernest said, “The ’82 Football Team was an example of what can be accomplished when the young men of our junior and senior classes put aside their personal feelings and united to gain more success on the playing field than either class had ever experienced in the past. Players named to the conference team were T. Glodich, E. Gutierrez, R. Tefertiller, J. Moake, J. Wallace, J. Duff, J. Perrotto, and S. Shockley. Glodich, Moake, and J. Wallace were also named to the All South Team. Gutierrez was named to the Evansville Courier All South Team. Redbirds 1982 Football Scoreboard Opponents 9 DuQuoin 6 0 Harrisburg 3 14 Herrin 0 12 Carbondale 22 20 Marion 0 17 Centralia 14 24 Mount Vernon 7 35 Johnston City 0 14 Benton 7 82Senior Guard Ed Gutierrez Senior Halfback Scott Shockley Senior Quarterback Tim Glodich Senior Tailback David Wallace Senior End John Hammers Senior Halfback John Moake Senior End Senior Guard Scott Graves Steve Marvel Senior Tailback Keith McLain 83Senior Kicker Rudy Tefertiller Senior Guard Jeff Porritt Senior End John Wallace Senior Tackle Don Connell Senior Tackle Jim Poole Senior Tackle Bill Hubbard Senior Guard Tim Vanwey Senior Guard Rick Richcrson Senior End Randy Katich 84JUNIOR BACKS — G. Acton, M. Smith, J. Duff, R. Dorris, J. Perrotto. Team Sacrifices Time and Effort ENDS AND TACKLES —S. Roan, L. Rachels, D. Willmore, J. Carrington. 85OFFENSIVE LINE — Row 1: K. Racic, R. Rumsey. Row 2: J. Nicklin, T. Bernhard, J. Tharp. Strenuous Practices Pay Off OFFENSIVE LINE — C. Lee, J. Jones, D. O’Connor, T. Shelton. 86SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM Row 1: T. Tomlinson, J. Chismar, R. Freeman, D. Richey, D. Thompson, S. Remm, M. Moore. Row 2: D. Smith, M. Crabtree, R. Rogers, G. Mitchell, K. Squibb, M. Heal. Row 3: B. Ross, B. Cannon, D. Webber, S. Smith, D. Wortman, B. Hutchcraft, Coach Taylor. Row 4: Coach Dziadus, J. McPhail, C. Romack, T. Weaver, D. Peavey, B. Hall, T. Braddy, Coach Reach. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: T. Williams, K. Roye, N. Norman, D. Fisher, E. Everett, E. Barnes, J. Hays. Row 2: K. Sanders, T. Stoner, D. Smith, T. Kalaher, D. Jones, D. Morris, J. Chapman. Row 3: T. Dial, R. Henson, R. Lane, J. Layne, K. Filkins, C. Raubach, P. Rccd, Coach Taylor. Row 4. Coach Dziadus, K. Walters, A. Morris, S. Talluto, B. Tanner, T. Thomas, S. Thomas, Coach Reach. 87F.C.H.S. GOLF TEAM — Row 1: S. Innis, J. Odle, D. Mitchell, M. Dees, Row 2: J. Woods, J. Sala, G. Galli, B. Galli, A. Fiori, B. Dees, Coach Karoski. The Golf Team Returns to State The F.C.H.S. Redbird Golf Team had another outstanding year. Led by seniors Jay Sala and Brad Galli, The Redbirds compiled an overall record of 10-2. The team coached by Mr. George Karoski, made it again to the state championship by winning both the district and sectional contests. The Redbirds won a number of individual honors. Jay Sala won the District Gold Medal and placed fourth in the State Meet. He was the medalist in ten of the twelve seasonal matches. Junior Greg Galli made an impressive showing in the Pinckneyville Invitational by placing fourth. Freshman Andy Fiori placed fourth in the Sectional Meet. Jay Sala Brad Galli 88VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: D. Adams, L. Thompson, Mgr. D. Herring, K. Glover, Mgr. D. Lovell, C. West. Row 2: L. Martin, S. Garrett, A. Anderson, J. McMillin, K. Golis, B. Robinson, A. Forgatch, L. Bowers, Coach Murphy. NIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row I: L. Thompson, Mgr. D. Herring, K. Glover, Mgr. C. Lovell, Mgr. C. West. Row 2: ach Murphy, S. Gardner, D. Adams, K. Barker, A. Shelby, D. Hogcbaum, F. Broy, M. Irvin.VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. K. Trovillion, J. McPhail, J. Jones, T. Glodich, E. Florian, D. Smith, J. Pcrroto, Mgr. M. McDaniel. Row 2: Coach Ricci, C. Trusty, J. Mumbower, T. Weaver, D. Peavey, B. Hood, D. Uhls, Coach Grammer, Coach Fiori. Red birds 1983 Basketball Scoreboard Opponents 56 Eldorado 71 59 DuQuoin 64 59 Harrisburg 78 49 Cairo 78 41 Benton 62 55 Herrin Carbondale Holiday Tournament 52 62 Chicago St. Patrick 98 54 Herrin 42 63 Maine East 52 54 Zeigler Royalton 67 49 Carbondale 71 77 Marion 83 67 Ccntralia 54 71 Mount Vernon Pyramid Tournament 77 80 Marion 68 44 Herrin 61 62 Harrisburg 61 50 Benton 76 52 Herrin 64 47 Carbondale 50 70 Marion 56 71 Centralia 64 64 Mount Vernon 67 78 Johnston City Regional Tournament 60 90Senior Guard, Co-Captain Tim Glodich Senior Guard, Co-Captain Cameron Trusty teDBin The Varisty Basketball Redbirds had a team with youth and little experience. Returning only three seniors, the team seemed to be getting ready for the future with the starting of three sophomores. The inexperience of the Redbirds did not affect their determination because many times the team played as well as the top conference teams. Coach Tim Ricci said, “I feel that this team played exceptional basketball with Co-Captains T. Glodich and C. Trusty leading the way. They had a good attitude and they were a close knit group.” Highlights of the year were defeating Centralia twice and getting to the consolation championship at the Carbondale Holiday Tournament. The Regional Tournament was at Norris City, and the Sectional was at West Frankfort. 91 K m‘- Senior Guard Jimmy JonesSOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: Coach Grammer, G. Mitchell, D. Richey, C. Raubach, J. Wright, Coach Fiori. Row 2: J. McPhail, B. Hood, J. Mumbowcr, C. Snyder, D. Donahue, M. Goff. Future Varsity Birds Grow FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: Coach Grammer, M. Fitzpatrick, J. Hays, R. Lane, M. Simmons, C. Snyder, M. Goff, C. Raubach, D. Jones. D. Mitchell, Mgr. P. Pohl. 92VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: J. Ernest, J. Scott, J. Mikutis, D. Lucas, D. Murray, K. Melvin. Row 2: L. Hall, M. Steinmetz, A. Hughes, K. Nolen. Cheerleaders Spark Enthusiasm JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row I: G. Reed, C. Kerrone, A. Woods, A. Powless, D. Hood, J. Chapman, S. Lang. Row 2: L. Gulley, M. Warren, A. Tomanovich. 93I GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: Aide J. Robinson, K. Glover, S. Garrett, L. Bowers, J. Bernhard, R. Owens, S. Gardner. Row 2: Coach Smith, M. Jent, K. Boren, K. Golis, K. Barker, J. Melvin, Coach Hopkins. 1983 Basketball Scoreboard Red birds 57 Johnston City Opponents 36 28 Zcigler-Royalton 36 62 Carterville 48 39 Herrin 44 47 Carbondalc 43 34 Marion 49 48 Centralia 71 36 Mount Vernon 46 35 Pyramid Tpurnamcnt Marion 38 55 Johnston City 22 38 Harrisburg 31 43 Benton 31 40 Herrin 44 32 Carbondalc 35 50 Marion 61 39 Centralia 50 49 Harrisburg Tournament Wayne City 29 38 Murphysboro 39 43 Carbondalc 36 52 Harrisburg 41 58 Johnston City 42 35 Benton 42 94 Regional TournamentJUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: K. Mayhcw, K. Glover. Row 2: Coach Smith, S. Barrett, A. Pessclato, J. Melvin, M. Jent, K. Barker, L. Thompson, Coach Hopkins. Senior Forward Kelli Golis Senior Guard Rhonda Owens 95VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row 1: J. Calcatcrra, J. Moake, C. Gardner, J. Sloan, G. Acton, T. Tomlinson. Row 2: T. Vanwey, J. Duff, R. Dorris, J. Hammers, L. Rachels, E. Gutierrez. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM —Team 1: J. Chismar, E. Barnes, T. Williams, N. Norman, T. Martin, D. Fisher, J. Wilson, D. Smith. Row 2: B. Ross, A. Morris, R. Rogers, K. Walters, B. Hutchcraft, D. Thompson, M. Heal, M. Moore. 96Regional and Sectional Tournaments Winner C. Gardner “chalks up“ another win. J. Calcaterra applies headlock to opponent. Regional and Sectional Tournaments Winner J. Moake shows intensity during match. R. Dorris attempts two point reversal during Herrin match. 97Senior Wrestler Chuck Gardner Regional, Sectional Winner Senior Wrestler John Moake Regional, Sectional Winner 98 Senior Wrestler Ed Gutierrez Senior Wrestler Tim VanweySenior Wrestler John Hammers Senior Wrestler Jeff Sloan F.C.H.S. Wrestlers applaud during introductions. 991982 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: S. Crawford, J. Jones, C. Lee, C. Wortman, J. Sloan, K. Squibb, D. Smith, E. Florian. Row 2: T. Braddy, J. McPhail, L. Rachels, D. Webber, B. Hutchcraft, T. Glodich, K. McLain, J. Pcrrotto, S. Remm. Row 3: Coach Rice, T. Weaver, J. Lucas, D. Wallace, R. Hutchcraft, R. Michael, R. Jones, R. McPhail, J. Navrkal, D. Wortman, Coach Wilkinson. 1982 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Row 1: S. Morganthaler, D. Richey, G. Chance, T. Glodich, B. Mason, S. Graves, J. Jones, J. Moakc. Row 2: Coach Fiori, R. Morthland, C. Trusty, D. Peavey, R. Tefertiller, J. Rennie, J. Wollcsen, R. Taylor. 1001982 VARSITY GIRLS’ SOFTBALL TEAM — Row 1: D. Tomanovich, C. Andesilich, J. Bernhard, S. Payne, T. Jovi, L. Wallace, K. Melvin. Row 2: Coach Hopkins, K. Boren, A. Hughes, K. Golis, L. Tefertiller, L. Linsley, L. Nolen, S. Gardner, L. Bowers, Coach’s Aide J. Robinson. Girls Have Respectable Seasons Girls listen intently to instructions. J. Bernhard spikes one for the Redbirds. 101Redbirds’ potent offense is ready. Coach Ernest and Coach Reach send in plays from sidelines during Turkey Day. S. Garrett sets up teammate for spike. Football Co-Captains E. Gutierrez and T. Glodich pose with South Seven Trophy. Senior D. Connell takes a break during tiring game. Frankfort linemen converge on Benton quarterback. 102The Girls Varsity Basketball Team relaxes before practice. K. Golis attempts free throw. J. Bernhard sinks the ball for two points. 103 G. Acton escapes from opponent. B. Robinson prepares to serve. 104 D. Uhls and T. Weaver go for rebound.S. Shockley intercepts opponent’s pass in the Mount Vernon game. Redbirds are waiting for instructions. Cheerleaders display spirit. Coach Grammer, Coach Fiori, and D. Richey look on during tense moment. 105K. Burkitt displays her woodshop project. S. Rissi models for sketch. M. Warren, C. Clark, and J. Borton supervise Homecoming activities. General business students listen attentively. 106 L. Hand works better with music.ORGANIZATIONST. REDBIRD ANNUAL STAFF — Row 1: B. Hill, A. Woods, J. Ernest, D. Lucas, D. Murray, A. Sileven. Row 2: Mrs. Batts, M. Warren, Glodich, A. Fiori, B. Hood, K. Wilson, J. Karnes, S. Rissi. 108 Co-Editor Dawn Murray Co-Editor Dana LucasStaff members Andy Fiori, Melanie Warren, Amy Woods, and Jeanna Ernest. 109 Staff members Kevin Wilson, Bobby Hill, and John Karnes.SUB DEBS — Row 1: M. Neeley, J. Ernest, J. Scott, T. Taylor, S. Smith, M. Yadro, K. Harpool, S. Lude. Row 2: T. Yadro, J. York, K. Basler, A. Wagner, A, Hughes, S. Linsley, S. Karoski, L. Hughes, M. Boyd, Mrs. P. Smith. Row 3: M. Steinmetz, N. Cowsert, M. Warren, L. Hall, A. Wichn, S. Sheffler, A. Simmons, J. Bernhard, S. Simons, D. Basler. SUB-DEBS OFFICERS — A. Hughes, pres.; T. Taylor, treas.; S. Simons, Hist.; N. Cowsert, vice-pres.; M. Yadro, sec. The Sub Debs, under tbe direction of Mrs. Peggy Smith, is an organization for girls. Scholarship, leadership, and self-integrity are desirable characteristics for membership. The Sub Deb Club was organized in 1938, and it has established long-standing traditions. The Homecoming “mum” sales is one of these traditions. Activities for the 1982-83 school year included the informal initiation in October; assistance witb the Old King Coal Festival for the Junior Women’s Club; candy sales; and participation in the Easter Seal’s Walk-a-Thon. Social activities for the year included a Christmas dinner, a slumber party, and the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. 110KEY CLUB — Row 1: B. Hill, J. Miller, B. Hutchcraft, D. Donahue, M. Heal, S. Graves, J. Czorniak. Row 2: Mr. T. Weaver, G. Acton, T. Glodich, J. Perrotto, K. McLain, J. Hammers, M. Smith, J. Moake. Row 3: E. Gutierrez, J. McPhail, S. Roan, K. Harrawood, D. Wallace, K. Trovillion, R. Tefertiller, T. Weaver, J. Jones, M. Darby, R. Bennett, J. Nicklin, J. Wright, B. Hood. Mr. Tim Weaver was chosen as the new Key Club Sponsor. He replaced Mr. Ernest Yuhas who had been Sponsor for 32 years. The new members of the 1982-83 Key Club were initiated by the annual ritual of “dressing up” to look like girls. The Key Club is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. The Key Clubbers annually assist with the Kiwanis Barbeque. They also send two members each month to the Kiwanis meetings. Other Key Club activities were: helping with the Old King Coal Festival and attending the District Convention. KEY CLUB OFFICERS — J. Czorniak, vice-president; J. Moake, president; E. Gutierrez, treasurer; J. Hammers, secretary. IllFTA — Row 1: C. Jordan. D. Hoppers. D. Bromley, D. Johnson. L. Hammers, D. Hogebaum, D. Russell, C. Pickering. D. Griffin. Row 2: K. Talluto, G. Williams. T. Witkewiz, D. Hall. A. Tresso, C. Carter. L. Mabry. B. Bowman, K. Barker. Row 3: A. Sileven, D. Davis, C. Finney, A. Robertson, A. Nolen, C. Andesilich, S. Smith, N. Summers, L. Bowers, Mrs. Blackwood. Row 4: J. Summers, S. Morgan, J. Pugh, C. Hall, E. Anderson, N. Smith, F. Broy, D. Wilburn, T. Adkins, A. Anderson, A. Gutierrez, T. Bernhard, J. Goodson, R. Richerson, T. Uhls, J. Borton, S. Rissi, D. Boner. R. Bennett. The F.T.A. is sponsored by Mrs. Shiela Blackwood, who has been an active sponsor for three years. The Future Teachers of America Club is open to any member of the student body. The club is designed to further interest in the teaching profession. The club has been involved in several major activities. These include: bake sales, concessions, bonfires, hayrides, and caroling for the nursing homes. FTA OFFICERS — T. Witkewiz, pres.; D. Hall, vice-pres.; A. Tresso, sec.; C. Carter, treas. 112STUDENT COUNCIL — Row 1: M. Yadro, A. Hughes. K. Bussler, S. Cima, D. Sigler, R. Mays, S. Hamilton, K. Lamar. Row 2: D. Griffin, J. Ernest, L. Hughes, C. Andesilich, B. Hill, K. Basler, M. Murray, M. Neeley, G. Reed, Mr. Clover. Row 3: K. Hall, K. Burkitt, J. Gilbert, L. Gulley, T. Yadro, C. Carter, R. Ball, S. Karoski, L. Stafford, S. Lude. Row 4: A. Clover, M. Warren, L. Hall, S. Sheffler, C. Clark, B. Hood, A. Maddox, L. Palasky, N. Cowsert, S. Simons. The Student Council is directed by Mr. Russell Clover and Mr. Tim Ricci. The number of members from each class depends upon the size of the class. The Student Council planned and organized the Homecoming activities. On Valentine’s Day, the club sold carnations, and had a dance featuring Music in Motion. They sold calendars. For their efforts they were awarded a trip to Godfather’s Pizza. They also sponsored a Favorite Music Day, and the students dressed according to their favorite group’s song. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS — M. Warren, Treasurer; T. Yadro, Secretary; A. Hughes, Vice-President; N. Cowsert, President. 113INTERPRETERS’ THEATRE — Row 1: B. Martin, M. Salingue, A. Silcvcn, D. Davis. Row 2: Mrs. Marlow, T. Adkins, J. Borton, S. Rissi, T. Smclccr. “Door to Better Communications” INTERPRETERS’ THEATRE OFFICERS — A. Sileven, pres., S. Rissi, treas., J. Borton, Vice-pres.; and T. Adkins, Sec-rep. The Interpreters’ Theatre sponsored by Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow, is an organization whose membership is open to any student at F.C.H.S. The purposes of this club are: to develop leadership qualities; to promote good ethics of communication; and to improve better communications between school and community. The motto of the club is “Interpreters’ Theatre — The Door to Better Communications.” Interpreters’ Theatre held its formal and informal initiation for new members in October at Teen Town. The group met every month, and they concluded the year’s activities with Communications Week. This Week included the Gorilla Theatre and ended with a banquet. Interpreters’ Theatre had concessions during the Centralia football game. 114ART CIRCLE — Row 1: S. Hamilton, K. Sears, M. Hoppers, K. Burkitt, K. Cabancss, R. Ball, J. Calvert. Row 2: P. Pohl, K. West, L. Martin, M. Dees, D. Woolard, D. Buckingham, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: L. Mason, M. Yadro, K. Basler, K. Melvin, R. Mays, J. McMillin, L. Thompson, J. Weaver, R. Mays. Row 4: A. Anderson, S. Allcrding, E. Adkins, T. Dial, K. Trovillion, M. McDaniel, C. Lovell, K. Williams. SPANISH CLUB— Row 1: A. Sileven, D. Russell, A. Pitz, K. Norman, T. Adkins. Row 2: G. Dorris, B. Fitzgerald, B. Hill, Mrs. Fiori. 115BUILDING TRADES — Row I: Mr. Barton, K. Simpson, C. Gardner, C. Melvin, J. Sloan. Row 2: P. Wilce, J. Porritt, R. Dorris, J. Jones. Row 3: C. Gregory, D. Meracle, J. Dawson, J. Navrkal, T. Minton, R. Jordan. BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: G. Collins, D. Hoover, B. Pearce, M. Todich. Row 2: Mr. Barton, M. Peeler, J. Mize, C. Pierce. 116STUDENT SECRETARIES — Row I: D. Basler, C. Finney, B. Donas, T. Smelcer, K. Cabaness, J. Cleland, B. Lind, A. Pitz, J. Scott. Row 2: S. Payne, D. Bromley, T. Moschino, C. Wilburn, L. Mason, J. Liska, L. Hughes, T. Masters, T. Stufflebean, S. Kirkman, T. Sanders, J. Pry, Mrs. D. Grosco. Row 3: D. Riddle, M. Reed, K. Sears, M. Sneed, K. Patton, S. Razor, R. Harris, G. Williams, L. Palasky, M. Litner. OFFICE WORKERS — Row 1: K. Nolen, R. Fitzpatrick, A. Anderson, K. Sears, L. Nolen, S. Cima, T. Webb, M. Steinmetz. 117FFA — Row 1: Mr. D. Hobbs, K. Karnes, R. Lane, R. Massey. Row 2: S. Wright, J. Bussier, F. DeSomer. J. Hill. Club Members Are Enthusiastic SCHOLAR BOWL Row 1: A. Sileven, D. Russell. A. Pitz, K. Norman. T. Adkins. Row 2: M. Dees, E. Jacobs. K. Glover, C. Jordan. Mrs. S. Fiori. Row 3: R. Zimmer. T. Dial, J. Aldridge. M. McGhee, C. Carter. 118NIKE CLUB — Row 1: A. Sileven, C. Andcsilich, J. Scott, R. Folio well. Miss D. Grosco. Row 2: K. Cabaness, K. Scars, A. Wagner, T. Smelcer, A. Tresso. Row 3: J. Akin, T. Dunning, J. Stevens, S. Rissi, G. Williams, J. Gilbert. CO-OP — Row 1: C. Williams, R. Smilanich, A. Wagner, D. Miller, A. Tresso. Row 2: B. Raubach, R. Followcll, K. Norman, S. Volanski, Mrs. J. Hcdley. 119ADVANCED ELECTRICITY — Row 1: Mr. R. Smith, M. Sanders, R. Richerson, T. Hall, S. Graves, B. Hubbard. Row 2: R. Jordan, D. Wallace, J. Wallace, J. Karnes, G. Chance, J. Moake. ELECTRICITY III — Row 1: T. Travis, K. Campbell, D. Hall, A. Bowling, E. Florian, J. Duff. Row 2: D. Ellis, C. Clark, R. Jones, D. Willmore, J. Perrotto, S. Roan, M. Smith. Row 3: Mr. R. Smith, J. Nicklin, D. Uhls, D. Ramey, D. O’Conner, C. Lee, P. Esparza. 120MACHINE SHOP — Row 1: M. Smith, S. Thomas, F. DcSomcr, C. Terry, G. Chance, T. Lindsey. Row 2: Mr. Pasko, K. Lawrence, E. Gutierrez, T. Shelton, K. Kaytor, J. Wallace, J. Hill. VOCATIONAL AUTO MECHANICS — Row 1: T. Lindsey, V. Veaughn, T. Hall, T. Hall. B. Hubbard, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Marks, C. Levine. Row 2: R. Edgeditch, K. Campbell, D. Borcky. R. Johnson, B. Sparks, S. Kalaher, J. Jones, C. Terry, G. Wilson, R. Blocker, A. Gosncll. Row 3: S. Wright, R. Bennett, R. Carrington, E. Stevens, T. Hawkins, D. Uhls, J. Bussler, J. Osterhout, Mr. Weakly. 121Vocational Training Proves Useful ADVANCED WELDING — Row 1: T. Vanway, J. Rich, S. Crawford, F. DeSomer, R. Blocker. V. Vaughn. Row 2: G. Wilson, D. Willmore, S. Kalaher, R. Poole, S. Ruzich, D. Karnes. Row 3: R. Rumsey, J. Delgy, R. Katich, J. Mize, J. Tharp, Mr. D. Hobbs. 122YOUTH BOARD — Row 1: K. Glover, L. Thompson, M. Yadro, L. Stafford, F. Broy, S. Lude, G. Reed. Row 2: T. Yadro, S. Karoski, J. Melvin, B. Hill, D. Hindman, L. Mason, Mr. T. Murphy. Row 3: A. Shelby, D. Russell, D. Wallace, R. Tefertiller, A. Maddox, K. Basler, M. Warren, D. Richey. HONOR SOCIETY — Row 1: J. Opdyke, R. Owens, M. Yadro, L. Harper. Row 2: Mrs. S. Blackwood, N. Cowsert, T. Adkins, S. Sheffler, K. Nolen. Row 3: J. Miller, T. Uhls, D. Connell, J. Karnes, B. Sneed. 124GIRL SCOUTS — Row 1: J. Pugh, L. Bowers, S. Kirby. Clubs Offer Social Participation 125CHORDETTES — Row 1: B. Donas, R. Ball, R. Ball, M. Trotter, D. Herring, M. Sneddon, B. Raubach, C. Wilburn, M. White. CHORUS — Row 1: Mr. E. Morton, M. Sneddon, M. Butler, M. Kathalynas, J. Calvert. Row 2: T. Doty, L. Donovan, L. Mason, L. Boner, H. Roberts. 126VOCATIONAL NURSING I — Row I: W. Pruett, A. Powless, M. Murray, N. Summers, L. Hughes, T. Crawford, M. Joplin, L. Watson. Row 2: T. Rachels, L. Wortman, A. Robertson, D. Irvin, C. Ostcrhout, A. Stubblefield, M. Mills, F. Broy, C. Collins. Row 3: T. Urban, N. Smith, A. Browning, D. Conner, T. Adkins, T. Branch, T. Webb, L. Boozer, T. Dunning, Mrs. York. VOCATIONAL NURSING II — Row 1: T. Masters, D. Johnson, R. Followell, N. Potcpan, B. Hood. Row 2: Mrs. York, D. Hoppers, S. Am-bos, I. Hogcbaum, R. Frazier, L. Bowers, L. Hill. Row 3: J. Pugh, D. Herring, L. Palasky, K. Nolen, T. Witkcwiz, K. Little. 127REDBIRD NOTES STAFF — Row 1: N. Cowsert, B. Margclli, L. Stafford, J. Aldridge. Row 2: Mr. Clover, K. Harpool, C. Clark, S. Marvel, C. Krantz, K. Burkitt, K. Melvin, R. Spicer. Increasing prices and the possibility of further reductions in funding caused this year’s REDBIRD NOTES staff to consider reducing the number of pages in each issue from eight to four. One good thing to come from the uncertainities faced by the paper in reduced finances was the use of the new TRS-80 computers. The circulation of the REDBIRD NOTES was broadened to include the exchange of papers with the eighty schools of SISPA. Two members of the REDBIRD NOTES served not only on the school paper but also on local papers. Nola Cowsert had articles printed in the SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN, and Chuck Clark had his photos published in the DAILY AMERICAN. Two “firsts” of the REDBIRD NOTES were the computerized paper at F.C.H.S. and the laminating of REDBIRD NOTES school papers within the possession of the school for posterity. The REDBIRD NOTES staff of 1982-83 will be long remembered for the many changes this school year. Senior staff reporter and advertising manager Nola Cowsert writes editorials for the REDBIRD NOTES and also the SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN. 128Editor-in-Chief Karen Harpool and Beth Margelli try their skills on computer. Advisor Russell Clover and junior cartoonist Ron Spicer concentrate on cartoon idea. Junior Chuck Clark became the “trail blazer” for the REDBIRD NOTES’s conversion from the standard typewriter to the TRS-80 computer. 129F.C.H.S'. CONCERT BAND — Row 1: K. Carr, M. White, L. Paulk, K. Bussler, R. Zimmer, S. Lude, L. Hankins, A. Calhoun. Row 2 D Herring R Ball S Wilkerson , A. Dunning, M. Salingue, P. Wilburn, S. Clayton, J. Cleland. Row 3: M. Gibson , K. Barker . D. Jeffries , E. Barnes, T. Dial, S Culpepper R Ball M Row 4: R. Kellow, M. Simmons. K. Harpool , J. Pulliam, T. Uhls , B. Young , E. Sanders . J. Straka, D. Herring, D. Donahue, T. Thomas, S. Thomas. Not Pictured: T. Spowart, D. Morris. . Volanski , T. Butler, C. Lee. •Denotes All Conference Band MembersPOM-PON FLAG CORPS: Row 1: L. Wortman, A. Gutierrez, M. White, J. Ross, D. Miller (Capt ). Row 2: S. Lude, M. Murray, S. Karoski, Roberta A. Ball, B. Donas, Robin Ball, S. Sturgeon. The forty-two member F.C.H.S. Band competed in the Murphysboro Apple Festival and took second place in the Old King Coal Parade and Veterans’ Day Parade. Other band activities during the school year included Alumni Band Night, Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, and a trip to Chicago in May to compete in the Chicago-Land Music Festival. In April the band competed for their fourth successive First in the IHSA Contest. Ernest Sanders and Teresa Wilkerson were selected to the IMEA District VI Band. Ernest Sanders was selected to the All-State Band for the second consecutive year. The F.C.H.S. Band Director is Mr. Michael Thomas. He has been at F.C.H.S. for eight years. F.C.H.S. DRUM MAJORETTE — Shelley Volanski. 131BAND OFFICERS — E. Sanders, T. Uhls, Capt., B. Young, D. Donahue. Sitting: J. Cleland, S. Volanski. Hard work pays off! IMEA PARTICIPANTS - E. Sanders , T. Wilkerson. •Denotes All-State Band Selectee. 132“SOUND INVESTMENT ” — Row I: M. Gibson, M. Trotter, L. Paulk, M. White, Rba. bail, Kon ban. kow i t. zanders, B. Fitzgerald, T. Dial, B. Young, D. Jeffries, D. Donahue. PEP BAND — Row 1: K. Harpool, M. Butler. M. White, S. Culpepper, E. Everett, M. Gibson, Rbn Ball, A. Calhoun, P. Wilburn. Row 2: T. Uhls, J. Straka, E. Sanders, D. Morris, B. Young, D. Jeffries, T. Dial, L. Hankins, T. Spowart, R. Zimmer, Roberta Ball. 133Boys form their own Pep Club, patterned after the “Blues Brothers”. 134135Damon Enro Florsheim Johnny Carson Levi London Fog Palm Beach Puritan Formal Wear Rental 105 S. Main West Frankfort, IL Phone 937-1311 SHELBY’S TOW SERVICE 932-3083 or 932-6643 West Frankfort, IL WALTON’S SERVICE COMAPNY Radio — Television — Stereo — CB 601 S. Emma West Frankfort DORTHA’S BEAUTY SHOP Men’s and Women’s Hairstyling Open Evenings By Appointment Located on the Orient Road Phone 937-4190 LES’ STANDARD 231 W. Main West Frankfort Complete Car Care and Automatic Car Wash We Back the Redbirds NAME BRAND BOOTS AT DISCOUNT PRICES "POND CREEK” CUSTOM HATS 618-937-3807 RT. 37, 1 MILE SOUTH WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896MABRY PAINT GLASS “Over 45 Years Experience” 937-4511 In Emergency Call — John Tedeschi 932-6513 3 East Main West Frankfort, IL RAY’S BODY SHOP 206 E. Manila West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Phone (618) 932-6221 an important part of your future. As your lifestyle changes and your use of energy service changes, we’ll be there to help you use it wisely. BFJ FURNITURE INTERIORS 311-17 East Main West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Telephone (618) 932-3265 Pete and Sue Avripas .m CINTRAL ILLIHOIU 1 r»umLic ainvici comm people proving people with energy 137 MARTY’S MINI-MART 4 Miles East of West Frankfort Rt 149 Open Every Day liBiKy 1 CHANDLER’S Hardware and Automotive 327 East Main Phone 937-4313 West Frankfort, IL 62896 “Good Food — Good Service” MIKE’S CONFECTIONARY Jerry and Kathy Barnes Owners IMOGENE’S BEAUTY SHOP Open Thursday Evenings By Appointment Latest Fashions Redken and Lange Products 606 E. St. Louis 937-1746 937-2380 GRAY PLAZA MOTEL 1010 West Main Street Just Off Interstate 57 Phone 932-3116 West Frankfort 62896 J. W. Simmons STONE FUNERAL HOME 1201 East Poplar West Frankfort, Illinois 932-2126 138KARNES REAL ESTATE Main and Logan Sts. West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 GIBSON D. (DOUG) AND MARGARET KARNES Brokers Office Phone — 618-937-4029 Home Phone — 618-932-6086 D. MICHAEL RIVA Attorney at Law 115 E. Main West Frankfort, IL Business Phone 937-2404 ’’Repent and let each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” Acts2:38 THE ROSALIE SHOP Ladies’ Ready to Wear 106 East Main West Frankfort IllinoisPERRY ELECTRONICS SERVICE 1204 W. Oak 932-6580 “We Service and Sell Panasonic Television” Congratulations Class of “83” From GLEN WEEKS Rt. 149 W. West Frankfort ROECO Automotive and General Machining RR 1 W.F. Phone: 983-5524 GRIFFIN’S HEIGHTS BAKERY 1802 E. Main St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 COLEMAN — RHOADS “Quality Furniture and Carpeting for Less” 300 E. Main West Frankfort PAPER PLACE Russell » Stover Candies Book Shop, Card Shop 114 E. Main W. Frankfort 932-2840 ODUM CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. 100 E. St. Louis West Frankfort DAIRY QUEEN brazier. 140THE FASHION SHOP Southern Illinois’ Largest and Finest Store for Women 111 E. Main West Frankfort 932-2402 LARRY MABRY AUTO SERVICE RR 2 West Frankfort 937-1620 GOSS APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE 229 W. Main • Maytag • Amana • Kitchen Aid • Whirlpool • RCA • Jenn-Air • Sharp • Gibson • Sony • General Electric CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS'' LEON 8c DEBBIE SAILLIEZ OWNERS HOMEMADE BREAD • CHARACTER CAKES DARNELL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 701 S. Logan, West Frankfort Telephones West Frankfort — 937-2495 Marion — 997-2685 037-1002 1 3 1 W. Main West Frankfort. IllinoisWouldn’t You Rather Have A Buick? DEMARETTI BUICK Joe Demaretti 105 W. Poplar West Frankfort, IL 932-3419 Compliments of DORRIS CONSTRUCTION Congratulations, Seniors YADRO AUTO PARTS T-Shirts, Transfers, Hats, Converse Shoes, Group Discounts and Custom Ordering 505 E. Main ‘We Make Duals' 932-6358 SLOAN’S GYMNASTIC SCHOOL Walk In — Tumble Out Home of the Southern Illinois “Flyers” 937-3136 932-2989 West Frankfort 142Now First Federal is nearby inWest Frankfort. We’re glad to be part of your town. Stop in soon to say hello and ask about our full range of quality financial services. First Federal of Chicago Chicago: Dearborn and Madison, 977-5000 West Frankfort: 102 N. Jefferson St., 937-2491 And other convenient locations throughout Illinois. FSLIC © 1982 First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Chicago Mam Office: Dearborn and Madison. Chicago Member Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation CERAMIC LAND Complete Line of Greenware and Paints Open Daily Owner — Sandi Sloan SAM C. MITCHELL Attorney at Law Injury and Death Cases 618-932-2772 115 East Main Street 618-937-2662 West Frankfort, IL 62896 143MABRY CONSTRUCTION Commercial — Industrial Residential Over 20 Years Experience In All Types of Construction William Mabry — Owner 937-4574 E. R. BROWN FURNITURE Tradition of Quality Since 1914 401 E. Main West Frankfort 932-2012 BILL CHARLIE’S TEXACO Logan and Oak Sts. 937-4363 West Frankfort CARL VOLANSKI HEATING AND AIR COND. IOOOV2 S. Cherry St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 Phone:937-1261 Sales and Service IRVIN’S RESTAURANT “Dine In or Carry Out” Serving a Complete Menu Daily 5:30 AM to 3:00 PM Call for Carry Outs 937-9074 116 E. Main West Frankfort J. K. Irvin and Frances NORMAN GALLI AUTO BODY 517 S. Emma Street West Frankfort, IL 62896 Body and Fender Repairs Expert Refinishing Congratulations Graduates “83” 144HOLLAND SUPER — SAVE PHARMACY Fred L. Kondritz — R.Ph. George D. Miner III — R. Ph. 420 W. St. Louis 932-3011FRANK RUSSELL TRUCKING MURPHY Congratulations ELECTRIC Seniors From Complete Electrical Service W.F.R.X. Residential and Commercial BUCKET TRUCK SERVICE 1300 AM 97 FM 1212 E. Main Ph. 937-4218 West Frankfort West Frankfort BARKER DRUG CO. Your Downtown Drugstore in West Frankfort Earl Buffington — Owner — R. PH. Dennis James — R. PH. 121 Main Ph. 932-2714 146Go! Redbirds Go! BOOSTER CLUB Awnings: Aluminum — Canvas — Fiberglass Ornamental Iron — Spiral Stairways Aluminum Siding M. A. T. INDUSTRIES, INC. P.O. Box 454 West Frankfort, IL 62896 618 936-2451 MAT INDUSTRIES 147BUD’S MOTOR SALES 1201 E. Main PH. 932-5660 “Big Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know You” Plymouth Chrysler Dodge Trucks BEN FRANKLIN THE CRAFT CENTER OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Town and Country Shopping Center Marion, Illinois UNION FUNERAL SERVICE SANDER ELECTRIC COMPANY Joe Sabalo — Jim Richerson 903 E. St. Louis West Frankfort, IL Phone 932-3333 West Frankfort 62896 PH. (618) 932-2366 M W LUMBER CO. AND HOME CENTER 310 S. Logan 932-3511 Plumbing Supplies Electrical SuppliesTHE BANK OF WEST FRANKFORT “Your Friendly Bank” II the bank of West Frankfort Open 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Monday Through Thursday Open 9:00 AM-6:00 PM Friday Phone 932-2131 110 East Oak West Frankfort Equal Housing Lender Member FDIC INGLEHART PRINTING Offset Commercial Printing Rick and Kim Inglehart Owners 103 E. Main Phone 932-6911 C. C. CASTLE “THE GAME ROOM” West Frankfort, IL PASCHEDAG MUSIC HOUSE Phone 932-6911 1102 East Main Street West Frankfort, IL FOOD PARK Open 8:00 AM-10:00 PM 7 Days a Week Rt. 37 and Cleveland West Frankfort 149NEIBCH TOWING SERVICE 24 Hour Towing Service 618-937-4515 618-937-1852 THE DAILY AMERICAN A Dynamic Newspaper Keeping Face With a Progressive Community 111 S. Emma West Frankfort 932-2146 STOTLAR — HERRIN LUMBER COMPANY Jim Brown (618) 932-2513 Manager (618)937-2800 West Frankfort ANITA’S FLOWERS GIFTS Specializing in Weddings, Fresh Cut Flowers, and Homecoming Arrangements West Frankfort, IL 62896 618-937-3526JuTt Bcvpti t Cfturcfi o 5 Zttet OaJe Street, Weftfhmiprt JCUhois 62896 618 93Z-21OS Our Church Staff Sunday Services Rev. John Hessel Pastor W. D. Berry Assoc. Pastor Allen Speer Minister of Youth Music 9:30 AM Sunday School 10:45 AM Worship Service 5:30 PM Church Training 6:30 PM Worship Service Kenneth Hopkins Minister of Education Outreach Wednesday 5:30 PM Fellowship Supper 6:00 PM Auxiliaries 7:00 PM Mid-Week Service 151West Frankfort, IL 152Congratulations Seniors From UNION PHARMACY “Service Is Our Business” Phone 932-3963 502 W. St. Louis West Frankfort, IL Heidi Calvert R.-Ph. Larry Fitzgerald R.-Ph. HARRIS’ Bright New Store Bright New Look West Frankfort Illinois BEAUTY CHATEAU 214 W. Main West Frankfort, IL Ph. 932-2653 Tues.-Sat. 8 to 5 153PROFESSIONAL ADS E. Dale Brock, O.D. W. Campbell Brown, Attorney-at-Law Brubaker Jewelry The New Burgs Caldwell, Trout, Alexander, Quindry Gene Carello, P.G.A. Professional Clyde Day Insurance Linda Corvalis, Attorney-at-Law Harold B. Culley, Jr., Attorney-at-Law The Hawk Terry Green, Attorney-at-Law D.L. Griffin, M.D. Hammer’s Shell Terry Hopkins, State’s Attorney Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howard Howell Insurance Agency Lon’s Barber Shop Don Lucas, Attorney-at-Law Elvis Nolen, Regional Superintendent of Schools Sebastion Pagano, D.D.S. Billy Cole Reed and the Outlaws R R Hearing Company Harry Smith, State Farm Insurance Mr. Ron Smith, Dean of Boys Southard Oil Bob G. Thompson, M.D. Kyle Vantrease, Attorney-at-Law Mr. and Mrs. Terry Warren Don J. Webb, O.D. The Woodworks Gift Shop 154SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 1902 E. Oak — Phone 932-6969 Harl Lewis, Pastor Sunday Services 9:30 AM Sunday School Roger McKay, Youth Minister 10:45 AM Morning Worship 6:00 PM Training Union Beverly Rotramel, Secretary 7:00 PM Evening Worship Dawn Melvin, Day Care Wednesday 7:00 PM Evening Worship NEW CREATIONS “When You Think of Flowers, Think of Ours” ‘Super Cuts for Guys and Gals' Flowers for All Occasions 103 W. Main West Frankfort, IL Phone 937-3219 102 N. Douglas Phone: 937-4561 155PARKER—REEDY FUNERAL HOME Raymond G. Parker, Jr. 604 E. Main 932-6500 Congratulations On Your Graduation McDonaids JC oJ V Locally Owned and Operated By John and Mary Moreland Hwy. 149 W. West Frankfort Shopping Plaza West Frankfort, IL 156 I TTTl (618) 937-2830 WM. HALES COMPANY, MIKE’S C.B. REPAIR INC. C.B. Sales Service A Reliable Source ... Since 1916 Mike Miskowsky 701 E. 7th Street CET, Owner West Frankfort, IL 62896 Mining Equipment and Replacement Parts 1 E. Poplar W. Frankfort SEARS ROEBUCK TREECE DECORATING AND COMPANY 225 W. Main 212 W. Oak West Frankfort, IL 62896 Bridal Registry Phone 932-2171 China, Glassware, Silver, Catalog and Appliance Store Martex Linens Compliments of BILL GLODICH HONDA 5 Sons and 2 Princesses 932-6313 932-6644 157691 «Aea e sjnoH lUOdXNVUd 1S3M dOLYN — GAI GARMENT Sweet Apple Paddle and Saddle Robert Levanti — Owner Franklin Avenue Sesser, IL. Phone: 625-3561 Congratulations, Graduates MARK TWAIN MARINE INDUSTRIES, INC. 160MISSINGMISSINGlake the Pepsi Chalense! Patronize Our Local Advertisers MARION PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Best Wishes From CARDINAL DRIVE-IN “Fast Food And Friendly Service” RUSSELL MAGNAVOX Magnavox Sales And Service Call In Service Phone — 937-2023 14 Years of Service In This Area 107 S. Horn West Frankfort Benton, IL W. Frankfort 62812 62896 1200 N. Grand 224 E. Main 439-3913 937-2011Activites, Senior — 35,36 Acton, Greg — 38,82, 85,96, 104, 111 Adams. Darlene — 63 Adams, Denise — 38,89 Adelsbergcr, James — 52 Adelsbcrgcr, Vicki — 63 Adkins, Chuck— 19 Adkins, Eddie — 52, 115 Adkins, Jon — 12 Adkins, Leigh Anne — 63 Adkins, T racy — 19, 112, 114, 115, 118, 124 Akin, Julie— 19, 119 Aldridge. Jeff —63, 118, 128 Allen. Tammy Allerding, Scott — 63, 115 Ambos, Shirley — 19, 127 Anderson, Ann — 38,89, 112,115,117 Anderson, Etta — 39,112 Anderson, Wilma — 74 Andesilich, Colette — 39, 101, 112, 113,119 Andrews, John Androff, Susan — 39 Anita’s Flowers Gifts — 150 Armes, Charles — 52 Armes, Rhonda — 52 Avery, Tammy— 19 Ball, Roberta — 63,74,113, 115, 126, 130, 131, 133 Ball, Robin— 63, 126, 130, 131,133 Bandy, Texas— 19 Bank of West Frankfort — 149 Barker, Kristi — 53, 89,94, 95, 112, 130 Barker Drug Co. — 146 Barnes, Eric - 63, 87, 86, 130 Barrett, Patrick 19, 122 Barrett, Sondra — 63, 95 Barton, Allen — 74, 116 Basler, Denise — 19,110, 117 Basler, Kristi —39, 110,113, 115, 124 Batts, Hellen Mary — 74, 108 Bearden, Brian — 59 Beattie, Kevin — 63 Beauty Chateau — 153 Bedokis, Chris — 63 Bedokis, Genelle — 74 Ben Franklin — 148 Bennett, Rickey — 39, 111, 112, 121 Bernhard, Joni — 39, 94, 101, 103,110 Bernhard, Tom — 39, 82, 86, 112 BFJ Furniture— 137 Biggerstaff, Kim — 53, 125 Bill Charlie’s Texaco — 144 Blackwood, Shiela — 72, 74, 112, 124 Blades, Jeff — 53 Blades, Ray Lindell — 39 Blocker, Randy — 39, 121, 122 Bodin, April — 67 Boltc, Brian — 39 Boner, David — 53,112 Boner, Larinda — 53, 126 Booster Club— 147 Boozer, Laura — 39, 127 Borcky, Dean — 39, 121 Boren, Kathy — 39, 94, 101, 104 Borton, Gail — 71 Borton, Jon — 19, 106, 112, 114 Bowers, Le Ann — 39,89, 94, 101, 112, 124, 127 Bowling, Andy — 20, 120 Bowman, Peri — 39, 112, 125 Boyd, Michelle — 40, 110 Boyer, Ja’ Dean — 40 Boyer. Melissa — 63 Boys’ Pep Club — 134 Brace, Angie — 63 Braddy, Tim —53,87, 100 Braggs, Tonya — 59 Branch, Ron — 53 Branch, Tammy 53, 127 Bratcher, Charlie — 53 Brock, Dale — 154 Brock, Sandra — 53 Bromley, Dorothy — 40,68, 112,117 Brookhouse, Duwayne — 63 Brown, Campbell — 154 Browning, Angiy — 53, 125, 127 Broy, Francie — 53, 89, 112, 124, 127 Brubaker Jewelry — 154 Buckingham, Daniel — 63, 115 Bud’s Motor Sales — 148 Burgs, The New — 154 Burke, Pam — 63 Burkitt, Kelley 20, 106,113, 115,128 Burton, Rhonda — 20 Bussler, Jay — 20, 118, 121 Bussler, Kristi — 63, 113, 130 Butler, Mike —53, 126, 130, 133 Cabaness, Kim — 40, 115, 117,119 C. C. Castle— 149 Cadle, Lauri —63 Calcaterra, John 40,96, 97 Caldwell, Troutt, Alexander, Quindry — 154 Calhoun, Amy — 53, 133, 130 Calvert, Jody — 20, 115, 126 Cambell, Darlene — 53 Cambell, Keith — 40, 120, 121 Cameron, David — 63 Canann, Brian — 20 Canann, Keven — 40 Cannon, Brent — 53, 87 Cardinal Drive-In — 163 Cardwell, Tina — 63, 125 Carello, Gene — 154 Carr, Betty — 20 Carr, Kim — 63, 130 Carrington, John — 40, 82, 85 Carrington, Robert — 40, 121 Carter, Cathy — 53, 112 113,118 Ceramic Land — 143 Chance. Greg — 20, 100, 120, 121, 122 Chandler’s — 13 j Chapman, Jan - - 62,63, 93 Chapman, John — 63, 87 Chismar, John — 53, 87, 96 Church of Cod — 162 Cima, Steohanie — 20,60, 113,117 CIPS— 137 Claridy, Becky — 63 Clark, Chuck — 40. 106.113, 120, 128, 129 Clark, George — 74 Clayton, Sherry — 63, 130 Cleland. Julie — 40,117, 130, 132 Clover, Adrian — 53,113 Clover, Libby — 63 Clover, Russell — 74, 113, 128, 129 Clyde Day Insurance — 154 Coleman Rhoads — 140 Collins, Carmel — 53, 125, 127 Collins, George — 40, 116 Connell, Don — 7,8, 21,82, 84. 102, 124 Conner, Darla — 21, 127 Cornelia, Cathy — 53 Corvalis, Linda — 145 Cowscrt, Nola — 14, 21,110, 113,124, 128 Crabtree. Mike —53,87 Crawford, Steve — 40, 100, 122 Crawford, Terri — 40 Crawford, Tracy— 127 Cremer, Mary Jane — 34 Crews, Amy — 63 Culley, Harold B. Jr. — 154 Cullum, Ronnie — 53 Culpepper, Susan — 63,125, 130, 133 Czorniak, John — 21, 111, 122 Daily American — 150 Dairy Queen — 140 Darby, Mike — 53, 111 Darnell Heating Air Cond. — 141 Davis, Bridgett — 63 Davis, Dana — 40, 112, 114 Davis, Wendy — 49 Dawson, Jeff — 116 Dean, Donnette — 74 Decs, Bret — 41,88 Dees, Mark —63,88, 115, 118 Delgy, Gerald — 21, 122 Demaretti Buick— 142 DeMattic, Larry — 72, 74 Dencausse, Carl — 63 DeSomer, Frank — 41, 118, 121, 122 Dial, Tim — 63,87, 115, 1 18, 130, 133 Dinn, Tara — 41 Dodd, Lisa — 41 Donahue, David — 54,92, 111,130,132, 133 Donahue, Dennis — 54 Donas, Billie — 41, 117, 126, 131 Donovan, Debbie — 59 Donovan. Steve — 54 Donovan, Toni — 63, 126 Dorris Construction — 142 Dorris, Gerald — 21, 115 Dorris, Mary Ellen — 75 Dorris, Robert — 41,82, 85, 96, 97, 116 Dortha’s Beauty Shop— 136 Doty, Tracy — 63, 126 Duane, Marilyn — 54 Duff, John —41,82, 85,96, 104,120 Dunning, Angela — 63, 130 Dunning, Tina — 21,119, 127 Dziadus, Denny — 87 Edwards, Jesse — 64 Egeditch, Roy — 41,121 Ellis, Darren —120 Engler, Sarah — 64 E. R. Brown Furniture — 142 Ernest, Gene — 5, 12, 75,82, 102 Ernest, Jeanna — 3, 8, 7, 41, 93, 108, 109, 110, 113 Esparza, Paul — 41, 120 Essary, Holly — 54 Everett, Eddie — 64,87, 133 Fashion Shop, The — 141 Filkins, Jeff — 54 Filkins, Julie — 64 Filkins, Kenneth — 64, 87 Filkins, Tammy — 41 Finney, Connie — 41, 112, 117 Fiori, Andy — 64, 88, 108, 109 Fiori, Dan — 90, 92, 100, 105 Fiori, Sandra — 75, 115, 118 First Baptist Church — 151 First Comm. Bank, The — 158,159 First Federal of Chicago — 143 Fisher, DeWayne — 64, 87, 96 Fitzgerald, Brent — 21, 115, 133 Fitzpatrick Michael — 64,92 Fitzpatrick, Ron — 21, 117, 121 Fletcher, David — 74 164Florian, Eddie — 41.90, 100, 120 Florian, Shirley — 70 Followell, Rhonda — 22, 119, 127 Food Park — 149 Ford, Mike — 54 Forgatch, Amy — 89 Frazier, Darren — 54 Frazier, Paula — 54 Frazier, Renee — 41,127 Free, Danny — 41 Freeman, Russell — 54, 87 Galbraith, Tony — 34 Galli, Brad — 22, 88 Galli, Greg — 42, 88 Gardner, Chuck 22, 96,97, 98, 116 Gardner, Susie — 54, 89, 94, 101 Garrett, Stacey — 42, 89, 94, 102 Gass, Jerry — 54 Gass, John — 54 Geer, Beth — 54 Gibbs. Paula — 54 Gibson, Mark — 22, 133, 130 Gilbert, Jill —42, 113, 119 Glen Weeks — 140 Glodich Honda. Bill —157 Glodich, Tim —3,7,9,22. 82, 83,90,91, 102, 108, 109, 111 Glover, Kay — 54, 89, 94, 95, 118,124 Goff, Michael —64,92 Golis, Kelli — 22, 89, 94, 95, 101, 103 Goodson, Jason — 42, 112 Gosnell, Allan — 42, 121 Gosnell, Suzi — 64 Goss Appliance — 141 Grammer, Paul — 75, 90,92, 105 Graves, Scott — 7, 8, 22, 82, 83, 100, 111, 120 Gray, Amanda — 64 Gray Plaza Motel — 138 Green, Terry — 154 Gregory, Billy — 22 Gregory, Charles — 116 Griffin, D. L. — 154 Griffin, Dawn —42, 112, 113 Griffin’s Heights Bakery — 140 Grissom, Lowell — 75 Grosco, Dolores — 75, 117, 119 Grosco, George — 75 Grotti, Betty — 71 Grzanich, Steve — 64 Gulley, Lori — 54,93,113 Gulley, Tom — 54 Gutierrez, Ed — 7, 9, 14, 18, 22. 82,83,98, 102, 111, 112, 121,96 Hall, Bruce — 54,87 Hall, Cathy —64, 112, 113 Hall, Dcbby —42, 112, 120 Hall. Gary —59 Hall, Linda —42,93, 110, 113 Hall, Tony —23. 121 Hall, Tracy —23, 120, 121 Hamilton, Jeff — 64 Hamilton, Susan — 5, 7,9, 18, 23,34, 113, 115 Hammers, John — 5, 7, 8, 23, 82, 83,96, 99, 111 Hammers, Lori — 64, 112 Hammers, Shell — 154 Hamptons's Mens Wear — 136 Hand, Larry — 42, 106 Hankins, Lisa — 54, 130, 133 Hanna, Kristen — 64 Harper, Lisa — 5, 23, 124 Harpool, Karen — 42, 110, 128,129, 133 Harpool, Kevin — 42 Harris’ — 153 Harris, Carl — 42 Harris, Lisa — 42 Harris, Rhonda —42, 117 Harris, Ron — 54 Harrowood, Kenny — 54, 111 Hawk, The — 154 Hawkins, Kelly — 43 Hawkins, Todd — 43, 121 Hayman, Mitch — 43 Hays, John — 64, 68, 87,92 Heal, Matt — 54.87,86, 111 Hedley, Jane —75, 119, 125 Helleny, Sharon — 75, 124 Henderson, Teresa — 54 Henson, Ricky — 64 Henson, Russell — 64, 87 Herring, Dana — 43, 126, 127,130 Herring, Darren — 64, 89, 130 Hill, Bobby —3, 12, 14, 23, 109, 111, 113, 115, 124 Hill. John —23,118, 121 Hill, Leslie —43, 127 Hindman, Dawn — 64, 124 Hobbs, Don —76, 118, 122 Hoebbel, Lori — 55 Hogebaum, Dawn — 64, 89, 112,125 Hogebaum, Ida — 43,127 Hogebaum, Rich — 59 Holland Pharmacy— 145 Holloman, David — 64 Hood, Beth — 43 Hood. Bret —3, 55, 90,92, 108, 109, 111, 127 Hood, Dawn — 55, 93, 113 Hood, Harold — 76 Hood, Pam — 55 Hoover, Darin — 23, 116 Hopkins, George — 94, 95, 101 Hopkins, Rebecca — 23 Hopkins, Terry — 154 Hopper, Darrell — 24, 112, 127 Hopper, Mark — 64 Hopper, Melanie — 55, 115 Hoppers, Debbie — 43 Hoppers, Donnie — 59 Hoppers, Mark — 64 Horsley, Dawn — 55 Horsley, dean — 43 Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Keith — 154 Howell Insurance Agency — 154 Hrovatich, Alice — 76 Hubbard, Bill —7, 24, 82, 84, 120, 121 Hubbard, Ed — 64 Hudson, Bob — 64 Hughes, Amy 24, 93, 101, 110, 113 Hughes, Laura — 43, 110, 113,117, 123 Huite, George — 55 Hutchcraft, Bob — 55, 87, 96, 100. Ill Hutchcraft, Ron — 100 Imogene’s Beauty Shop — 138 Inglehart Printing— 149 Innis, Scott — 64, 88 Irby, Danny — 43 Irby, Diana — 43 Irvin, Denise — 43, 127 Irvin, Monica — 64, 89, 125 Irvin’s Restaurant — 144 Isaacs, Scott — 55 Jacobs, Eric — 64, 118 Jarvis, Cheryl — 59 Jeffries, Darrin — 43, 133 Jent, Melissa — 64, 94,95 Johnson, Deanna — 43, 127 Johnson, Diana — 64, 112 Johnson, Eleanor — 44 Johnson, Ken — 44 Johnson, Rebecca — 64 Johnson, Renee — 55, 125 Johnson, Roy — 44, 121 Johnston, Glenda — 64 Jones, Donald — 65, 87, 92 Jones, Jeff—44,82, 86, 121 Jones, Jim — 24, 90,91, 100, 111, 116 Jones, Kerry — 65, 125 Jones, Matt — 65 Jones, Richard — 59, 100, 120 Joplin, Melissa — 55, 127 Jordan, Chris — 65, 112, 118 Jordan, Randy— 24, 116, 120 Jovi, Teri — 55, 101 Kalaher, Steve — 44, 121, 122 Kalaher, Todd — 65, 87 Kaminski, Billy — 65 Karnes, David — 44, 122 Karnes, John — 3, 24, 108, 109, 120, 124 Karnes, Matt — 59, 118 Karnes Real Estate — 139 Karoski, George, Mr. — 76, 88 Karoski, Shelly — 55, 110, 113,124,131 Kathalynes, Melissa — 24, 126 Katich, Randy — 7, 24, 84, 122 Kaytor, Kevin — 121, 122 Keene, Kim — 55 Keene, Vicki — 65 Kcllow, Robert —65 Kcrronc, Cara - 7, 8, 65, 93 Kimmel, Brandon King, Mark — 44 Kinsman, Amy — 65 Kinsman, Lora 24, 125 Kirby, Sara 65,125 Kirkman, Susie — 44, 117 Koczorowski, Scott — 55 Kondritz, Fred, Mr. — 70 Krantz, Christie — 55, 128 Lacy’s Flowers — 162 LaMar, Kerry — 55, 113 Lane, Roger — 65, 87, 92, 118 Lang, Susan — 65,93 Laramore, Rodney — 65 Laswell, Mike — 55 Lawrence, Keith — 25. 121 Lay, Shelley — 65 Layne, John — 65, 87 Lee. Carl - 38, 44, 49, 82,86. 100, 120, 134 Lee. Curtis — 25 Lee, Susan — 55 Les’ Standard —136 Levine. Chris — 121 Lind, Barbara — 25,117 Lindsey, Angie — 55 Lindsey, Jay — 65 Lindsey, Tim — 44, 121 Linsley, Laura — 101 Linsley, Susan — 44, 110 Lintner, Michelle — 44, 117 Lipc, Tammy — 55, 125 Liska, Jennifer — 117 Little, Kecia — 25, 127 Logsdon, Terri — 25 Lon’s Barber Shop — 154 Lovell, Charles — 55, 89, 115 Lucas. Dana — 3, 14, 25, 34. 93, 108 Lucas, Don, Mr. — 154 Lucas. John — 100 Lyn-Gai Garment — 160 M W Lumber Co. — 148 Mabry Construction — 144 Mabry, Larry — 25, 112 Mabry, Larry Auto Service — 141 Mabry Paint Glass — 137 Mabry, Roxanne — 65 MacJannet, Leilani — 55 Maddox, Art —25, 113, 124 Maddox, Gay — 71 Margelli, Elizabeth Lyn — 25, 128, 129 165Marion Pcpsi-Cola Bottling Co. — 163 Mark Twain Marine Industries, Inc. — 160 Marks, Rick —121 Marlow, Jo Linda — 76, 114 Martin, Beth — 65, 114 Martin, Lisa — 44, 89, 115 Martin, Tim -65,96 Marty’s Mini Mart — 138 Marvel, Steve — 7, 14. 26, 82, 83. 128 Mason, Bill — 100 Mason, Lisa — 45, 115, 117, 124,129 Massey, Robby — 65, 118 Masters, Tonctta — 45, 117, 127 Mayhew, Kim — 56,95 Mays, Rhonda — 45, 115 Mays, Robin — 26,113,115 McCann, Margret — 59 McCarty, Dana — 45 McClement, Bill — 34 McClerren, Bruce — 56 McClerren, Nancy — 26 McClintock, Don — 56 McClintock, Floyd — 26 McCracken, David — 67 McDaniel, Mark — 82,90 115 McDonald’s— 156 McElyea, Barbara — 65 McEndrec, Susan — 59 McGhee, James Matthew — 65, 118 McGhee, Peggy 34 McGough, Caprise — 26 McGough, Denise — 26 McLain, Keith - 7,26,82, 83. 100, 111 McLaren, Ronda — 65 McMillin, Jennifer — 26, 89, 115 McPhail, Jerry - 52, 56,87, 90.92, 100, 111 McPhail. Kathy —56, 125 McPhail, Richard — 100 Melvin, Bob — 45 Melvin, Chris — 45, 116 Melvin, Debbie — 65 Melvin, Jackie — 65,94,95, 124 Melvin, Joni — 65 Melvin, Kelcy— 160 Melvin, Kerri —45, 93, 101, 115, 128 Meracle, Dale — 26,116 Meracle, Traci — 56 Messamorc, Curtis — 65 Messamore, Donald W. — 45 Messamorc, Ronald — 45 Mezo, David — 65 Mezo, Lisa — 45 Michael, Ray— 100 Mike’s Confectionary — 138 Mikutis, Jamy — 27,93 Miller, Dana — 27,119, 131 Miller, John—18, 27,111, 124 Miller, Lance — 56, 104 Mills, Michelle —56, 127 Mills, Misty — 56 Minton, Nicole — 65 Minton, Randy — 34 Minton, Trevier — 45, 116 Miranda, Jamy — 45 Mitchell, Deon — 65,92, 88 Mitchell, Gene —52, 56, 87, 92 Mitchell, Larry — 27 Mitchell, Sam C. — 143 Mizc, John — 27, 116, 122 Moakc, John —5,7,9, 27, 82,83,96,97,98, 100, 111, 120 Moore. Mark — 56,87, 96 Moore, Richard — 65 Morgan, Kathy — 45 Morgan, Sonja —45,112 Morgenthaler, Chris — 65 Morgenthaler, Scott — 100 Morris, Arthur — 87,96 Morris, Daryn — 65,87,133 Morthland, Ritchie— 100 Morton, Eugene, Mr. — 76, 126 Moschino, Toni — 45, 117 Mosley, Barry — 27 Mosley, Heather — 65, 125 Mull, Clif — 66 Mumbower, Jerry — 56,90, 92 Murphy Electric— 146 Murphy, Tim, Mr. — 72, 76, 89, 115, 124 Murray, Dawn — 3,46, 93, 108 Murray, Mia — 7,8, 56,113, 127,131 Navrkal, Joe — 27,100, 116 Neal, Angie — 27 Neeley, Melissa — 56, 110, 113 Ncibch Towing Service — 150 Ncibcl, Rene — 66, 125 Neibel, Scott — 46 New Creations — 155 Nicklin, Joe —46,82,86, 111,120 Nolen, Amy — 66, 112 Nolen, Elvis — 154 Nolen, Kathy —28,93, 124, 127 Nolen, Liza — 28,101,117 Norman Galli Auto Parts — 142 Norman, Kelly — 28,115, 118,119 Norman, Nathan — 60,62, 66,87,96 O’Connor Doug — 46,82,86, 120 Odlc, Jeff —66,88 Odum Concrete Products — 140 Odum, Valerie — 66 Opdyke, Jackie — 28,124 Orso, Liz — 76 Osterhout, Burle — 70 Osterhout, Cathy — 56,127 Osterhout, John — 46, 121 Osterhout, Stephanie — 12 Owens, Rhonda — 28,94,95, 124 Owsley, Rebecca Pagano, Sebastian — 154 Palasky, Lisa — 38, 46, 80, 113,117,127 Paper Place — 140 Parker-Reedy Funeral Home — 156 Parrish, Rae —66 Paschedag Music House — 149 Pasko, Steve, Mr. — 76,121 Patterson, Darla — 28 Patton, Goebel, Mr. — 70 Patton, Karen — 46,117 Paulk, Lynn — 67,133 Payne, Sharon — 46,101, 117 Pesselato, Anastasia — 66,95 Pearce, Barry — 28,116 Peavey, Donald — 56,87,90, 100 Peavey, Steven — 56 Peeler, Mike — 28, 116 Pcriman, Darren — 46 Perr, Jane, Miss — 77 Perrotto, John — 46,82, 85, 90, 100, 111, 120 Perry Electronics Service — 140 Peterson, Eric — 34 Peterson, Kelly — 66, 125 Pickering, Christie — 56,112 Pierce, Chris — 46, 116 Pierce, Kevin — 34 Pitz, Adelita — 115,117,118 Podnar, Matthew — 66 Pohl, Patrick — 66,92,115 Pond Creek Boot Co. — 136 Poole, David — 56 Poole, Jim — 7, 28,82,84 Poole, Richie — 46, 122 Porritt, Jeff —7,29, 34,82, 84, 116 Potepan, Nancy — 46,127 Powless, Aimce — 59,93,127 Professional Pharmacy — 161 Pruett, Wendy — 56, 127 Pry, Janet — 46,117 Pugh, Julie — 46,112,125, 127 Pulliam, Jeff — 56 Pyles, David — 29 R R Hearing Co.— 154 Rachels, Larry — 47,82,85, 96, 100 Rachels, Tina — 56,125,127 Racic, Kevin — 47,82,86 Ramey, Danny — 47,120 Raubach, Beth — 29,119, 126 Raubach, Chris — 66, 87,92 Ray's Body Shop — 137 Razcr, Sharon — 29,117 Reach, John Mr. — 87,102 REDBIRD ANNUAL— 3, 108,109 REDBIRD NOTES — 128, 129 Rccd, Billy and the Outlaws — 154 Rccd, Gina — 66,93,113, 124 Rccd, Michelle — 6, 7,9, 14, 18,29.117 Rccd, Perry — 66, 87 Reed, Ruby Mac — 29 Remm, Steve — 56,87,100 Rennie, John —100 Rcstivo, Dana — 29 Ricci, Elmo, Mr. — 77,80 Ricci, Tim Mr. — 77,90 Rice, Don Mr. — 77,100 Rich, Jim — 47,122 Richerson, Richard — 7,29, 82,84,112,120 Richey, Denny — 57,87,92, 100,105,124 Riddle, Diana — 47,117 Riddle, Michelle—29 Riddle, Roberta — 66 Riddle, Tammy — 47 Rissi, Susan — 3,47,106, 108,109,112,114,119 Riva, D. Michael — 139 Riva, Maryann, Mrs. — 77 Roan, Stan — 38,47,82,85, 111,120 Roberts, Heather — 66,126 Robertson, Angie — 57,112, 125,127 Robinson, Barbara — 47,89, 104 Robinson, Chris — 47 Robinson, John — 101 Roe Co — 140 Rogers, Richie — 57,87,96 Romack, Chip — 57,87 Rosalie Shop— 139 Ross, Barry — 56,87,96 Ross, Jeannette —131 Roye, Kevin — 66,87 Rumsey, Robert — 47,82,86, 122 Rumsey, Roberta — 66 Rumsey, Sara — 57,125 Rumsey, Sherri — 66 Russell, Danny — 57,124 Russell, Diana — 57,112, 115,118 Russell, Frank Trucking — 146 Russell, Jamie — 66 Russell, Kevin — 57 Russell Magnavox—163 Russell, Scott— 30 Ruzich, Scott — 47,122 Sala, Jay — 30,88 Salinquc, Marla — 66,114 Sander Electric Co. — 148 Sanders, Ernie — 30,132, 133 Sanders, Janet — 30 Sanders, Keith — 66,87 Sanders, Mike — 30,120 166Sanders, T racy — 117 Sandy’s Flowers and Gifts — 155 Sapp, Dana — 66 Schloss, Kim — 57 Scott, Jean Anne — 30,93, 110, 117, 119 Sears, J.R. — 70 Sears, Karen — 47, 115, 117, 119 Sears Roebuck Co. — 157 Second Baptist Church — 155 Series, Tim — 57 Sescock, Brent — 47 Sheffler, Sarah — 5, 7,9, 18, 30, 110, 113, 124 Shelby, Amy —57, 89, 124, 125 Shelby, John — 57 Shelby’s Tow Service — 136 Shelton, Troy — 82, 86,121 Shockley, Scoot — 7, 8,30, 82,83, 105 Short, Charlie — 57 Shupc, Jill — 66 Shupc, Lisa — 47 Shupc, Tracic — 30 Sigler, Donnetta — 57, 113 Silcvcn, Amy — 3, 37, 48, 108, 109, 112, 114,115, 118, 119 Simmons, Amy — 31, 110 Simmons, Mike — 66,92 Simons, Ann Simons, Sue — 5, 31, 110, 113 Simpson, Donna — 66 Simpson, Kevin — 31, 116 Sing, Richard —66 Skinner, Scott — 57 Slane, Chriss — 57 Sloan, Andy — 12 Sloan, Bob — 82 Sloan, Jeff —31,96,99, 100. 116 Sloan’s Gymnastic School — 142 Smelcer, Tabatha — 48, 114, 117.119, 125 Smilanich, Jeff — 66 Smilanich, Rene — 31, 119 Smith, Doug — 57, 87,90, 100 Smith, Dyke — 66, 87,96 Smith, Harry— 154 Smith, Chuck — 74, 77 Smith, J. Coach — 94, 95 Smith, James — 67 Smith, Lori Ann — 48 Smith, Mike — 48, 82, 85, 111.120, 121 Smith, Nancy — 57, 112 Smith, Peggy — 77, 110 Smith, Ron —77, 120, 154 Smith, Scott — 57,87, 110 Smith, Stephanie — 48,112 Sneddon, Mary Beth — 48, 117, 125, 126 Sneed, Brian — 31, 124 Snyder, Chris — 66, 92 Southard Oil — 154 Spain, Kevin — 66 Sparks, Ben — 121 Spicer, Ron — 48, 128 Spiller, Jeff — 66 Spowart, Tena — 66, 133 Squibb, Kevin — 57,87 St. John’s Church — 152 Stafford, Lisa — 7, 8,62,67, 113, 124, 128 Stanley, George — 67 Stanley, Janet — 48 Stanley, Tina — 67,125 Stanley, Willie —59 Steinmetz, Michelle — 31, 93, 110, 117 Steinmetz, Susan — 67, 125 Stevens, Craig — 57 Stevens, Eric — 121 Stevens, Jamie — 31,60, 119 Stevens, Linda — 77 Stewart, Roseann —67 Stoene Funeral Home — 138 Stoner, Tony — 67, 87 Stotlar-Herrin Lumber Co. — 150 Straka, Jeff—57, 133 Stritzel, Richard —74, 78 Stubblefield, Amy — 57, 125, 127 Stufflcbcan, Teri — 31, 117 Sturgeon, Sheila — 58, 131 Sullivan, Debbie — 58 Summers, Jack — 70 Summers, Jennifer — 58, 112 Summers, Nancy— 58, 112, 127 Summers, Stacey — 67 Sweet Shoppe, The — 141 Tabor, Beth — 67 Talbot, Dan — 67 Talluto, Kim — 48, 112 Talluto, Shawn — 67, 87 Tango, Robbi — 58 Tanner, Bill — 67,87 Taylor, John Mr. — 87 Taylor, Ron — 100 Taylor, Terri — 48, 110 Tedeschi, Tom — 58 Tefcrtiller, LaDonna — 101 Tefertiller, Rudy — 7, 8, 32, 82, 84, 100, 111, 122, 124 Terry, John — 32, 121 Tharp, Jeff—48,82, 86, 122 Thomas, Melody — 67 Thomas, Mike —78 Thomas, Scott — 48, 121 Thomas, Stacy — 67, 87 Thomas, Tracy — 67, 87 Thompson, Bob — 154 Thompson, David— 58, 87,86 Thompson, Lennie — 67,89, 95, 115, 124 Tinsley, Lisa — 58 Todich, Mike— 116 Tomanovich, Amy — 62,67, 93 Tomanovich, Donna — 32, 34, 101 Tomlinson, Tommy — 87,96 Toth, Tony — 48 Travis, Terry — 48, 120 Treecc Decorating— 157 Trcsso, Angela — 32, 112, 119 Tresso, Frank — 58 Trotter, Michelle— 58, 126 Trovillion, Joyce — 78 Trovillion, Kent — 58, 82, 90, 111, 115 True, Rosa — 58, 125 Trusty, Cameron — 32, 90, 91,100, 122 Tyler, Dana — 67, 125 Uhls, Danny — 48,90, 104, 120, 121 Uhls, Tim —32, 124, 132, 133 Union Funeral Service— 148 Union Pharmacy — 153 Urban, Tammy — 58, 127 Vantrease, Kyle— 154 Vaughn, Barry — 58 Vanwey, Tim — 7, 32, 82, 84, 96, 98, 122 Vaughn, Christine — 48 Vaughn, Terry 58 Veaughn, Vernon —49, 121, 122 Vcrschueron, Tammy — 49 Volanski, Carl — 142 Volanski, Shelly — 32, 119, 131.132 Wagner, Angie — 32,110, 119 Wall, Jack Mr. —70 Wall, Karen — 58 Wallace, David — 7,8, 33, 82,83, 100, 111, 120, 122, 124 Wallace, John — 7, 33, 82, 84, 120, 121 Wallace, Linda —101 Walters, Andrea — 49 Walters, Kevin —67, 87,96 Walton’s Service Co. — 136 Warren, Andrea — 12 Warren, Gary Mr. — 82 Warren, Melanie — 3, 52, 58, 93, 106, 108, 109, 110, 113, 124 Warren, Terry Mr. and Mrs. — 154 Watson, Lori — 58 Weakly. Dan —78, 121 Weaver, John Mark — 67, 115 Weaver, Tim — 78, 111 Weaver, Trevor — 58, 87, 90, 100, 104, 111 Webb, Don J. Dr. — 154 Webb, Traci — 58,117, 127 Webber, Darrell — 58, 87, 100 Webster, Brett — 58 Webster, Mark — 67 West, Curt —67, 89, 115 WFRX —146 White, Michelle —67, 126, 131.133 Whittington, Shelly— 58 Wiehn.Amy — 58, 110 Wilburn, Cheryl — 33, 117, 125,126 Wilburn, Dawn — 59, 112, 125 Wilburn, Martha — 59 Wilburn, Pam — 59, 133 Wilce, Anita — 34 Wilcc, Pete — 116 Wilemon, Mike — 49 Wilkerson, Theresa — 59, 132 Wilkins, Daniel — 59 Wilkins, Joanie — 67 Wilkinson, Warren Mr.— 100 Williams, Cindy — 33, 119 Williams, Gayle — 49, 112, 117,119 Williams, Kim — 115 Williams, Russell — 59 Williams, Troy — 67, 87, 96 Willis, Kim —67 Willmore, David — 49, 82, 85, 120, 122 Wilson, Jerry — 67, 96 Wilson, Kevin — 3, 49, 108, 109 Winter, Ron Mr. — 78 Witkewiz, Terri — 49, 112, 127 Wollcsen, Jeff — 59, 100 Woods, Amy — 3, 59,93, 108, 109 Woods, David Mr. — 70 Woods, Jon — 59,88 Woodworks Gift Shop — 154 Woody, Dana — 33 Woolard, Dennis — 67, 115 Wortman, Chuck — 100 Wortman, Derren — 59, 87, 100 Wortman, Lara — 59, 127, 131 Wright, John — 59, 111 Wright, Scott — 33, 118, 121 Yadro Auto Parts — 142 Yadro, Mari — 12, 110,113, 115,124, 133 Yadro, Mike — 59 Yadro, Toni — 7, 8, 52,59, 110,113 York, Julie — 59, 110,134 York, Mary Jane — 78, 127 Young, Brad — 33, 132, 133 Young, Lesley — 67 Zimmer, Rhonda — 67, 118, 133 167The members of the 1983 REDBIRD ANNUAL staff wish to thank all who have helped to complete Volume 69 of the REDBIRD ANNUAL. Frankly, we are glad the job is Finished. Although the task was tedious at times, the process of completing the yearbook was a learning experience for all of us. Senior members of the 1983 REDBIRD staff include the following: Dana Lucas, Co-Editor; Tim Glodich, Sports section; Bobby Hill and John Karnes, Advertising Managers. The REDBIRD ANNUAL staff especially wants to thank Mr. Steve Smith of Delmar Studios, Mr. Larry DeMattei, and Jon Borton for their help with the photography. The DAILY AMERICAN also deserves credit for their assistance. We would also like to express our appreciation to the many professional and business people of West Frankfort for their support and cooperation. We would especially like to thank our advisor, Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts, for her continuous support and patience in the completion of the 1983 REDBIRD ANNUAL. 168AutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographsAutographs


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