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

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1984 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 70 Redbird Annual Proudly Presents Somewhere Over the Rainbow3s eteOverfAe you will find ... Traditions............... 5 Friendships............. 17 Leadership.............. 67 Guidance................ 71 Participation........... 77 Competition.............103 Merchandizing...........129 Information.............164Queen Dawn Murray — Homecoming 1983. Betty McCarty and Chris Thompson in Cafeteria. Chris Bedokis in F.C.H.S. Library. All students’ favorite hour — Lunch! 3The RliDBIRD Annual Staff of 1983-84 take time from their busy schedule to pose under the gazebo at the Historical Museum. Cheerleaders prove that “practice makes perfect.” Mrs. Blackwood sits in the midst of her classroom “jungle." 4Dawn Murray, Homecoming Queen, and Escort Greg Joni Bernhard, Runner-Up, and Escort Mike Smith. Acton. Dawn Griffin, Runner-Up, and Escorts Kevin Racic and John Duff. The 67th Homecoming at F.C.H.S. was the highlight of the year 1983-84. The theme of this year’s Homecoming was “Photographs.” The gym was decorated by Mr. Tim Murphy and the Art Department. The Student Council was in charge of all activities. The traditional Chili Supper, Bonfire, Snake Dance, and the Sock-Hop were held the night before the coronation. Senior Dawn Murray was crowned Homecoming Queen. She was chosen by the entire student body. Runners-up were Joni Bernhard and Dawn Griffin. This year’s coronation had a slide presentation of the past twenty-five Homecoming Queens. Some of the former queens were part of the program. For the ninth year in a row, the exuberant RED-BIRDS defeated Benton in the traditional Turkey Day Football Game by a score of 41-13. The 1983-84 Homecoming was a tremendous success. 6JUNIOR ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — Melanie Warren, Jeff Tharp. Doug O’Connor, Donnetta Sigler. SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — John Perrotto, Brigett Davis, Stan Roan. Cara Kerrone. FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — Pam Fitzgerald, Joe Nicklin, David Willmorc, Belle Tanner. 7Miss Dawn Murray Queen 1983-1984 8HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS B. Davis, P. Fitzgerald. D. Sigler, J. Bernhard, D. Murray, M. Warren, D. Griffin, C. Kcrronc, A. Tanner. ESCORTS AND HONOR GUARDS J Duff. C Lee, M Smith, D Willmore. J. Perrotto, L. Rachels, S Roan. J. Tharp, D. O’Connor, J. Nicklin. K Racic, (i. Acton. K llarpool• ■■■■ ■ MISTRESS and MASTER OF CEREMONIES — Kerri Melvin and Chuck Clark. Coach Ernest and football team anxiously watching from sidelines Turkey Day. F.C.H.S. Band opening the 1983 Homecoming Coronation. Senior Queen candidates watching nervously as Greg Acton opens envelope. 10 CHILDREN of the HOMECOMING COURT — Dusty Melvin, Vittoria Patton, Mindy Morris, and Michael Dziadus.The SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS for 1983-84 were: Stan Roan, President; Kerri Melvin, Secretary; Carl Lee, Vice-President; and Gayle Williams, Treasurer. The class sponsor was Mr. Stritzel. THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS for 1983-84 were: Kenny Harrawood, President; Melanie Warren, Vice-President; Melissa Neeley, Treasurer; and Toni Yadro, Secretary. The class sponsor was Miss Hrovatich. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS for 1983-84 were; Nathan Norman, President; Jan Chapman, Treasurer; Lisa Stafford, Secretary; and Brigett Davis, Vice-President. The class sponsor was Mrs. Helleny. The FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS for 1983-84 were: John Melvin, Secretary; Tim McDaniel, Treasurer; Anut Willmore, President; and Tom Palasky, Vice-President. The class sponsor was Mr. Grammer. 11 W fV; A WLl I i«Ha wmimmmm hhhiih Cheerleaders and football players view parade from the heights of the fire M. Simmons takes his work seriously, trucks. 14annual Ca J] 83-84 First Place — Michelle Boyd Second Place — Gene MitchellLaura Hughes and Jerry McPhail F.C.H.S. Greg Acton, Student Body President Jill Gilbert, Student Council President Donnetta Sigler Ken Johnson• • Greg Acton . Friendship. Anna Anderson • • Georgetta Anderson Susan Androff Kristy Basler Rickey Bennett Joni Bernhard 18... Opportunities ... Randy Blocker Tom Bernhard Lindell Blades Brian Bolte Dean Borcky Kathy Boren LeAnn Bowers Peri Bowman Michelle Boyd 19 The Class of ’84 Enjoys George Collins 7 'V Kim Cabaness Dorothy Bromley Chuck Clark Steve Crawford Dana DavisCompetition in Everyday Bret Dees Frank DeSomer Activities Tara Dinn Lisa Dodd Billie Donas Robert Dorris Jeanna ErnestFCHS Seniors Look Forward Connie Finney Ed Florian Amy Forgatch Renee Frazier Danny Free Greg Galli Stacy Garrett 22to Achieving Prosperity Jill Gilbert Jason Goodson in Life Alan Gosnell Dawn Griffin Linda Hall April Gutierrez Larry Hand Deborah Hall Karen HarpoolSeniors Use Lessons in Daily Living 24 Leslie Hill Ida Hogebaum Beth Hoodto Acquire Sophistication Danny Irby Diana Irby Darrin Jeffries 25 Eleanor Johnson Ken Johnson Jeff JonesThe 1984 Seniors Eagerly Begin Kent Jones Steve Kalaher David Karnes Denise Adams Kelley Mark King Richard Jones Susie Kirkman Mark Lane Carl LeePreparations for Graduation Lisa Martin Alisa Mason Tonetta Masters 27 Rhonda Mays Dana McCarty Bob MelvinAppreciation and Esteem for Teachers Chris Melvin Kerri Melvin Don Messamore Trevier Minton Kathy Morgan Ron Messamore Sonja Morgan Toni Moschino Dawn MurrayRun High With Seniors Joe Nicklin Doug O’Connor Lisa Palasky Karen Patton Darren Periman John Perrotto Richie Poole Nancy Potepan Janet Pry 29Seniors Contemplate the Completion Julie Pugh Larry Rachels Kevin Racic Danny Ramey Susan Rissi hJ Jim Rich Barbara Robinson Jeanette Ross Scott Ruzich 30Karen Sears Brent Sesock of Their High School Years Amy Sileven Tabatha Smelcer Mike Smith Stephanie Smith Mary Beth Snedden 31The Hopes and Aspirations of Ron Spicer Terri Taylor Terry Travis Janet Stanley Danny Uhls Vernon VeaughnThis Year’s Seniors Soar High Lori Walters Tamrfiy Verschueren Gayle Williams Grant Wilson Kim Williams Kevin Wilson David Willmore Terri WitkewizNOT PICTURED Ray Brown Keith Campbell Terri Crawford Wendy Davis Deanna Johnson Roy Johnson Tim Lindsey Bill McClement Scott Neibel John Osterhout Chris Pierce Stan Roan Troy Shelton-Yates Ray Smith Mike Todich Joyce Weeks S. Roan and P. Esparza take a break from their busy day. M. Lintner and T. Moschino complete their typing assignments. R. Bennett works on computer homework. Mr. DeMattei shows R. Harris how to load film into her camera. 34Greg Acton — Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Wrestling I. 2, 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Student Body President 4. Ann Anderson — Office Worker 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Art Circle 3; FTA 3; FHA 1. Georgetta Anderson — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3,4; FHA 1; Volleyball 1. Colette Andesilich — Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; Office Worker 2, 3, 4. John Andrews Susan Androff Honor Society 3; FTA 2. Kristy Baslcr — Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Art Circle 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3. Rickey Bennett — Key Club 2, 3,4; FTA 1,2, 3,4. Joni Bernhard Basketball 1,2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Queen’s Court 2, 4. Tom Bernhard — Football 2; Wrestling 1; FTA 1, 2, 3,4. Lindell Blades— Wrestling I. Randy Blocker — Auto Club. Brian Bolte — Track 2, 3, 4. Dean Brocky — Auto Club Kathy Boren — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3,4. LeAnn Bowers — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3,4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3,4; Science Club 4. Peri Bowman FTA 3; FHA 2, 3, 4. Michelle Boyd — Class Officer 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Sub Debs 2, 3,4; Student Council 2. Ja’Dean Boyer Dorothy Bromley Student Council 1; FTA 1, 2, 3; Flonor Society 4; NIKE Club 4. Ray Brown Kim Cabancss — NIKE Club 3; Art Circle 2, 3; Guidance Office 3. John Calcaterra — Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Football 2. Keith Campbell — Auto Club 4. Charles Clark — Science Club President 4; FTA 1,2, 3; Senior Film Committee; REDBIRD Annual 4; Student Council 3. Julie Cleland — Band 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; FTA 1,2; Office Worker 4; NIKE Club 4. George Collins Steve Crawford — Track 2; Football 2. Terri Crawford Dana Davis— FTA 1,2, 3; Interpreters’Theater 1, 3. Wendy Davis Bret Decs —Golf 1,2, 3,4. Frank DeSomer Football 1; Wrestling 1. Tara Dinn Lisa Dodd — Office Worker 3. Billie Donas— Pom-Pon 2, 3; Volleyball 1; Art Circle 2; FTA 4; Attendance Worker 3. Robert Dorris Wrestling I. 2, 3,4; Football I, 2. John Duff — Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Wrestling 2, 3,4; Honor Society 3, 4. Roy Egeditch — Auto Club 3, 4. Jeanna Ernest — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Homecoming Court 2, 3; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Student Council 2, 3; REDBIRD Annual 1-4. Paul Esparza — Football 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Electricity Club 3, 4. Tammy Filkins — Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; FHA 1. Connie Finney FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Redbird Notes 1; Volleyball I; NIKE Club 2. Ed Florian — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 2. Amy Forgatch — Cheerleader 1, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Homecoming Attendant 1. Renee Frazier— FTA 2. Danny Free Greg Galli — Golf 1, 2, 3,4. Stacy Garrett — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; FTA 2; Youth Board 4. Jill Gilbert — Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Cheerleader 4; Honor Society 3; NIKE Club 2, 3, 4. Jason Goodson — Basketball 1, 2; Football 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Band 1. Alan Gosnell Dawn Griffin — FTA 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Student Council 3,4; Art Circle 1; Homecoming Court 3,4. April Gutierrez Honor Society 3, 4; Pom Pon 2, 3; FTA 2,3,4; FHA 1,2. Debby Hall — FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Electronics Club 3, 4; Science Club 4. Record Secretary 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Freedom '81 Committee 1. Linda Hall — Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2. 3; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. Larry Hand Karen Harpool — Class Officer, President 1; Volleyball 1,2; Redbird Notes 1,2, 3,4, Editor 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 3,4, Secretary 4; Honor Society 3,4. Kevin Harpool — Football 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4. Rhonda Harris — FHA 1, 2; FTA 2; Student Council 3. Kelly Hawkins Todd Hawkins — Auto Club 3, 4. Mitch Hayman Basketball 1; Track 3; Auto Club 4. Andy Hemminger— Football 1; Basketball 1. Leslie Hill Ida Hogebaum Beth Hood — Science Club 4. Debbie Hoppers — FTA 3. Dean Horsley — Football 2; FTA 1; Band 1,4. Laura Hughes — Student Council 1,2,3; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Wrestling Scorekeeper 3,4. Danny Irby — Auto Club 4. Diana Irby Darrin Jeffries — Band 1,2, 3,4. Deanna Johnson Eleanor Johnson — Honor Society 3, 4; FHA 2, 4; FTA 4; Science Club 4. Ken Johnson — Band. Roy Johnson — Football 2. Jeff Jones — Football 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3. Kent Jones — Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 4; FTA 4; Electricity Club 2, 3; Librarian 2. Richard Jones — Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Basketball 1. Steve Kalaher — Auto Club. David Karnes Denise Kelley — Volleyball 2, 3. 35Mark King— Wrestling 1, 2, 3,4; Football 2. Susie Kirkman — Office Worker 4; NIKE Club 4. Mark Lane Carl Lee — Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Key Club President 4. Chris LeVine — Auto Club 4. Tim Lindsey — Auto Club 4. Susan Lindsey Michelle Lintner — Honor Society 3, 4; NIKE Club 4. Lisa Martin — Softball 1, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Volleyball 3; Art Circle 1, 2, 3; FHA 1. Alisa Mason — Student Council 4; Art Circle 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; Office Worker 4; Youth Board 3; FHA 1. Tonetta Masters Rhonda Mays — Art Circle — 1,2, 3. Dana McCarty — Art Circle 1, 2; FHA 1; Guidance Worker 2, 3, 4; Attendance Worker 1. Bill McClement Bob Melvin Chris Melvin — Football 1. Kerri Melvin Don Messamore Ron Messamore Trevier Minton Kathy Morgan Sonja Morgan — Art Circle 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3; FTA 2, 3,4; Scholar Bowl 4. Toni Moschino — Honor Society 3,4; NIKE Club 4. Dawn Murray — REDBIRD Annual 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Captain 2; Class Officer 1, 2, Vice President; Homecoming Attendant 1; Homecoming Queen 4. Scott Neibel Joe Nicklin — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2. Doug O’Connor — Track 1; Football 1,2, 3,4. John Osterhout Lisa Palasky — Class Officer 2, 3, President 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; NIKE Club 4, President 4; Band 1. Karen Patton — NIKE Club 4, Vice President 4. Darren Periman — Track 3,4. , John Perrotto — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 1,2, 3, 4. Chris Pierce Richie Poole Nancy Potepan Janet Pry — Honor Society 3,4; NIKE Club 4; Office Worker 3,4. Julie Pugh — FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; NIKE Club 4; Girl Scouts 1,2, 3,4; Office Worker 2. Larry Rachels — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. Kevin Racic — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 1, 2; Youth Board 4. Danny Ramey — Honor Society 3,4. Jim Rich Susan Rissi — REDBIRD Annual 3, 4; Interpreters’ Theater 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; NIKE Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2; Europe Trip 3,4. Stan Roan — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer, President 4, Vice President 3; Basketball 1. Barbara Robinson Jeannette Ross — Pom Pon 3; Basketball 2. Scott Ruzich Karen Sears — Art Circle 1, 2, 3; NIKE Club 2, 3; FTA 1,2; Office Worker 3. Brent Sesock Troy Shelton — Football 2, 3. Lisa Shupe Amy Sileven — REDBIRD Annual 2, 3, 4; Interpreters’ Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Pom Pon 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; FTA 2, 3.4. Tabatha Smelcer — Basketball 1; FHA 3; Interpreters’ Theatre 3; NIKE Club 3. Lori Smith Mike Smith — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club; Basketball 1,2; Track 3; Special Olympic Coach 2,3,4. Raymond Smith Stephanie Smith — Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; NIKE Club 4; FTA 1,2,3. Mary Beth Snedden — FHA 1, 2, 3; Cordets 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1,2, 3. Ron Spicer — Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2. Janet Stanley— Basketball; Softball; Band 1. Kim Talluto — Student Council 1, 4; Honor Society 3,4; FTA 1, 2, 3,4; President 4; NIKE Club 4. Terri Taylor — Sub Debs 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. Jeff Tharp — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. Scott Thomas Mike Todich Terry Travis Danny Uhls — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Vernon Veaghn — Football 2; Auto Club President 4. Tammy Verschuren Lori Walters Dana Herring Webb — Honor Society 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1. Joyce Weeks — Yearbook Staff 3; FBIA; FHA 1, 2, 3. Gayle Williams — Student Council 4; NIKE Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Class Officer 4; Sub Debs 4; FHA 1, 2, 3.4. Kim Williams — Attendance Worker 2, 3; FHA 1; Art Circle 2, 3. David Willmore — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 4; Basketball 1. Grant Wilson — Auto Club 4. Kevin Wilson — REDBIRD Annual 3, 4; Basketball 1; Band 1; FTA 1,2. Terri Witkewiz — FTA Secretary 2; Science Club 4; Honor Society 3. 36The class of 1985 plunged into its junior year with hopeful hearts and gleeful abandon. Under the sponsorship of Miss Alice Hrovatich, we raised the money needed for our Homecoming float and the 1984 Prom. Melanie Warren and Donnetta Sigler were our Homecoming attendants. Our 1983-84 class officers were: Kenny Harrawood. President; Melanie Warren. Vice-President; Toni Yadro, Secretary; and Melissa Neeley. Treasurer. Yes, it is hard to believe that we arc really juniors at last. It seems only yesterday that we entered F.C.H.S. as “green” freshmen. We are happy at the progress of our class and the imprint we have made here. We have spent most of our lives in some form of schooling. and now that we have only one year left before graduation, we feel that we must work especially hard during the coming year to achieve our goals.... Friendship ... James Adelsberger Eddie Adkins Charles Armes Rhonda Armes Kristi Barker Kim Biggerstaff Jeff Blades David Boner Tim Braddy Tonya Braggs Ron Branch Tammy Branch 38 Charles Bratcher Angiy Browning Francie Broy... Fulfillment... Mike Butler Amy Calhoun Darlene Campbell Brent Cannon Robert Carrington Cathy Carter John Chismar Adrian Clover Carmel Collins Kathleen Cowan Mike Crabtree Tracy Crawford Ronnie Cullum Ed Daniell Mike Darby 39Juniors Enjoy Companionship of David Donahue Dennis Donahue Steve Donovan Marilyn Duane Debbie Duncan Darren Ellis Holli Essary Jeff Filkins Mike Ford Darren Frazier Paula Frazier Russell Freeman Susie Gardner Jerry Gass Johnny Gass 40Friends Throughout the Year Paula Gibbs Kay Glover Lori Gulley Tom Gulley Bruce Hall Lisa Hankins Kenny Harrawood Matt Heal Teresa Henderson Rich Hogebaum Bret Hood Dawn Hood Melanie Hopper Dawn Horsley Bob Hutchcraft 4142 w ve Great Expectations Scott Isaacs Renee Johnson Melissa Joplin Teri Jovi Matt Karnes Shelley Karoski Kim Keene Mike Koczorowski Christy Krantz Kerry Lamar Mike Laswcll Susan Lee Angie Lindsey Tammy Lipc Charles Lovellfor the Years in the Future Sheri Lude Leilani Mac Jannet Kim Mayhew Roxie McCarty Bruce McClerren Don McClintock Mark McDaniel Jerry McPhail Kathy McPhail Traci Meraclc Lance Miller Michelle Mills Misty Mills Gene Mitchell Mark Moore 43The Class of ’85 Has a Special Jerry Mumbower Mia Murray Melissa Neeley Cathy Osterhout Don Peavey Christie Pickering David Poole Aimee Powless Wendy Pruett Jeff Pulliam Tina Rachels Steve Remm Denny Richey Angie Robertson Richie Rogers 44Togetherness and Camaraderie Chip Romack Barry Ross Danny Russell Diana Russell Kevin Russell KimSchloss Tim Series Amy Shelby John Shelby Charlie Short Donnetta Sigler Scott Skinner Doug Smith Nancy Smith Scott Smith 45Juniors Make Discernible Kevin Squibb Craig Stevens Jeff Straka Amy Stubblefield Sheila Sturgeon Debbie Sullivan Jennifer Summers Nancy Summers Robbie Tango Tom Tedeschi David Thompson Tommy Tomlinson Frank Tresso Michelle Trotter Kent Trovillion 46Progress Toward Future Careers Rosa True Tammy Urban Terry Vaughn Karen Wall Tina Wallace Melanie Warren Trevor Weaver Traci Webb Darrell Webber Brett Webster Shelley Whittington Amy Wiehn Dawn Wilburn Martha Wilburn Pam Wilburn 47Teresa Wilkerson Russ Williams Jeff Wollesen Amy Woods Jon Woods Derren Wortman Lara Wortman John Wright Mike Yadro Toni Yadro Tammy Yocum Julie York NOT PICTURED Daniel Durham Pam Hood Richard Jones Norman Pyles Jeff Spencer Willie Stanley Daniel Wilkins 48Fifth hour girls enjoy spending lunchtime together. Melanie Warren represents Junior Class. Tim Series and Donnetta Sigler have fun in Woodshop. Juniors impress classmates with their “strong" abilities. 49Junior class competes for “spirit stick.” 50 Junior boys enjoy F.C.H.S. “views.Wc have finally graduated from “green freshmen." As sophomores this year, we know our way around: whereas last year we were shy, confused, and a little scared. We have advanced from English I to English II and from algebra to geometry. We were busy from the first day of school to the last. We chose Cara Kerrone and Brigett Davis as our Homecoming attendants. Wc elected Nathan Norman, class president; Brigett Davis, vice-president; Jan Chapman, treasurer; and Lisa Stafford, secretary. , Jj|. ff I With the help of our sponsor. Mrs. Helleny. we sold calendars to raise money for our class. We had a good year in spite of having to take American history. We look forward to two remaining years here at F C.H.S. As juniors we will finally be upperclassmen, and as seniors we will finally have the prestige wc feel we deserve. V will find SOPHOMORES... Friendship .. Darlene Adams Vicki Adelsberger Jeff Aldridge Scott Allerding Roberta Ball Robin Ball Eric Barnes Sondra Barrett Chris Bedokis Larinda Boner Melissa Boyer Angie Brace Duwayne Brookhouse Daniel Buckingham Pam Burke Kristi Bussler Lauri Cadle David Cameron Tina Cardwell Kim Carr Jan Chapman John Chapman Becky Claridy Sherry Clayton 52... Individuality . Libby Clover Colleen Cowan Terry Crafton Amy Crews Susan Culpepper Brigett Davis Mark Dees Carl Dencausse Tim Dial Toni Donovan Tracy Doty Angie Dunning Sara Engler Eddie Everett Julie Filkins Kenneth Filkins Andy Fiori Duwayne Fisher Mike Fitzpatrick Elizabeth Fry Mike Goff Suzanne Gosnell Amanda Gray Steve Grzanich 53Sophomores Often Show Their Cathy Hall Jeff Hamilton Lori Hammers Kristen Hanna John Hays Ricky Henson Russell Henson Darren Herring JoAnn Hill Dawn Hindman Dawn Hogcbaum Mark Hopper Don Hoover Ed Hubbard Bobby Hudson Scott Innis Monica Irvin Eric Jacobs Melissa Jent Alisa Johnson Rebecca Johnson Glenda Johnston Dan Jones Kerry Jones 54Originality in Thought and Action Matt Jones Chris Jordan Todd Kalaher Billy Kaminski Vicky Keene Robert Kellow Cara Kerrone Amy Kinsman Sara Kirby Clinton Knight Roger Lane Susan Lang Shelly Lay John Layne Jay Lindsey Roxanne Mabry Beth Martin Tim Martin Robby Massey Barbara McElyea Matt McGhee John McReynolds Debbie Melvin Joni Melvin 55The Class of 1986 Feels the Curt Messamore Bobbi Mikutis Nicole Minton Deon Mitchell Richard Moore Chris Morgcnthalcr Daryn Morris Heather Mosley Cliff Mull Rene Neibcl Amy Nolen Nathan Norman Jeff Odle Valerie Odum Rae Parrish Lynn Paulk Anastasia Pesselato Kelly Peterson Matthew Podnar Patrick Pohl Noel Pond Chris Raubach Gina Reed Perry Reed 56Satisfaction of Time Well Spent Heather Roberts JoLyn Rose Kevin Roye Sheri Rumsey Jamie Russell Marla Salingue Keith Sanders Dana Sapp Terry Shelton Jill Shupe Mike Simmons James Simpson Martin Sing Jeff Smilanich Dyke Smith J. T. Smith Chris Snyder Kevin Spain Jeff Spiller Lisa Stafford George Stanley Tina Stanley Susan Steinmetz Roseann Stewart 57Tony Stoner Stacy Summers Dan Talbott Shawn Talluto Billy Tanner Kenneth Taylor Melody Thomas Stacy Thomas Tracy Thomas Lennie Thompson Amy Tomanovich Dana Tyler Kevin Walters John Mark Weaver Curt West Michelle White Joan Wilkins Troy Williams Kim Willis Jerry Wilson NOT PICTURED Jesse Edwards David McCracken Jackie Wilder Wayne Wilder 58We, the freshman class, not knowing what to expect, were eager to find what lay ahead of us. Our first days at F.CH.S. were scary and confusing, but now we have learned the “ways” of high school. Realizing that we arc now just the “grcenics,” we will soon be moving on to our next three years at F.CH.S. As we came into the school, we discovered the tradition of Homecoming. With the help of the freshman sponsor Paul Gram-mcr, we were the first freshmen in many years to have the winning float in the Homecoming Parade. This year has been different and difficult. It has also been very exciting. The first of many different things was the choosing of class officers. Elected were Anut Willmore, Pres.; Tom Palasky, V. Pres.; John Melvin, Sec.; and Tim McDaniel, Treas. We will always remember and look back to our first year at F.CH.S., and we will always treasure those memories. mm... Friendship ... Loretta Akin Pat Akin Stacy Allen Tom Austin Kim Barnes Cindy Barnfield Alex Batts Lori Beasley Brian Bcjmovicz Mary Bejmovicz Michelle Boner Steve Boren Tina Brace Kevin Bradley Matt Braner Mark Bright Jena Calcaterra Krista Caraway Keri Chance Melanie Clover Christopher Coleman Janell Coleman Jerry Crabtree Kevin Craig Ronald Crawford Shane Croslin Theresa Culpepper Jo Anna Dalton Jimmy Davis Michelle Dawson Lisa Day Toni Dcason Rene DeGroof Tom Dinn Donna Dodd 60... Anticipation ... John Dorris John Edwards Scott Ellis Jackie Filkins Kevin Filkins Pam Fitzgerald Melanie Fitzwater Jay Forgatch Ranessa Freeman Dave Galli Amy Gass Don Gass Cahrrie Gipson Barbara Glodich Kim Golis Mike Gonzales Jennifer Graskewicz Gayle Griffith Shannon Grotti Eugene Gunter Kristie Hamilton Kenny Hargett Bill Hartley Brent Hays Jessie Hemminger Joe Hemminger Karin Herstedt David Hill Nick Hill Scott Hively Christine Hood Glen Hoppers Chris Hurte Tina Jacobs Cary James 61Freshmen Bring Innovation to the Gary Jarvis Jill Jeffries Michelle Jemison Danny Jones Floyd Jones Paula Kaytor Marty Kelly John Dean Kelso Corky Kelton Roger King Brent Kondritz Monica Lawrence Jimmy Ledbetter Angela Lee Marsha Lemons David Lewis Holly Lewis Bruce Linsley Kristi Lintner Lori Lucas Mike Lucas Eddie Marks Tricia Martin Jeff Marvel Bill Masters Tim McDaniel Michael McElwrath Karen McElyca John McKeown Scott McLain Mike McPhail Pat McPhail Jim Melvin John Melvin Lisa Menees 62Day to Day Life at FCHS Trent Miller Jim Moake Joe Mocaby Glenda Morgan Tim Morthland Patty Murphy Barry Neville Sara O’Connor Lori Odle Dean Overturf Tom Palasky Tricia Patton Ricky Pickering Marty Pierce Brad Poole Lance Powless Gayla Price Shannon Price Bob Pruett Chris Pugh Annette Pyles Allen Rich Bret Richerson Chuck Richerson Scott Roan David Russell Todd Ruzich Diane Sakonyi Steve Schram David Sevenski Tony Sipes Brett Sloan Julie Smith Joe Stanislawski Rodney Stanley 63Larry Starrick Chris Staten Vance Stewart Christina Stilley Joe Stitely Becky Stodghill Dwayne Summers Lori Swarthout Belle Tanner Jackie Taylor Tim Tharp Brian Todich Alecia Vaughn Kris Wagner Janet Wall Tonya Wall Marty Wallace Mike Watson Rodney Watson Kevin West Beth Ann Westell Andy Williams Christina Williams Clint Williams Dina Williams Anut Willmore Angie Woods Diane Wright Steve Young Shane Zeboski NOT PICTURED Allan Bennett Leah Denham Todd Engram Trisha Kelton Cathy Plasters Barry VaughnB. Kondritz and K. Bradley look for an interesting article in the newspaper. J. Cleland picks up attendance sheets. Mr. G. Grosco prepares the next assignment. N. Hill, B. Hartley, and S. Hively enjoy the sunshine. 65S. Boren, J. Melvin, M. McPhail, and C. Williams are eager for fun after school. C. Williams, J. Filkins, and K. McElyea laugh at amusing joke as they wait for the bell. The freshman float wins first prize in the Turkey Day Parade. L. Rachels teases freshman girls at lunch. 66Regardless of how new or well-equipped a school may be. the personnel determine its character When dealing with students, faculty, parents, community, and the Board of Education, our administration is unsurpassed in ability and dedication. Their responsibilities as administrative leaders are vitally important because education affects the lives of all the people. An essential part of the administrator’s role is to assure the students the finest education r..,. ou will find ADMINISTRATIONMr. L. Goebel Patton Superintendent, District 168 Mr. L. Goebel Patton is the Superintendent of Frankfort Community District 168. Mr. Patton has been involved in education all of his life. He has been a classroom teacher, a principal, and the superintendent besides serving with the IEA for several years. He guides and advises both school officials and students and aids the educational system in every possible way. He is a responsible leader, not only in the community but also in the state of Illinois. Mr. Patton supervises two elementary schools, a junior high school, and Frankfort Community High School. He is busy attending school board meetings, visiting schools, and conducting seminars in various school districts throughout the state. The Board of Education, as representatives of the people, strives to improve the quality of education in this district. It is the Board’s responsibility to govern the overall policies in the school district. At their meetings, the members formulate and adopt all school budgets, approve all curriculum, set salaries, and discuss and plan any improvements for all school systems in this district. Mr. Fred Kondritz is the President, and Mr. Michael Riva is the Secretary. BOARD OF EDUCATION — Row 1: J. Wall, D. Broy, L. Hopkins, M. Riva. Row 2: F. Kondritz, B. Osterhout, M. Simpson. 68Mr. Gail Borton, F.C.H.S. Principal One of the most important people involved in the high school itself is the principal. Mr. Gail Borton has served as the high school principal very effectively throughout the 1983-84 school year. Planning class schedules, visiting classrooms, advising students, and supervising student assemblies filled the year for Mr. Borton. Principal Borton coordinated all school activities. He was the final authority concerning all F.C.H.S. matters. The 1983-84 school year would not have gone so smoothly without Mr. Borton. His efforts were appreciated by both students and faculty. Secretaries Gay Maddox and Marty Innis and Bookkeeper Betty Grotti perform the endless secretarial tasks that keep the school running efficiently. Mrs. Betty Grotti Mrs. Gay Maddox 69Mrs. Marty Innis substituted for Gay Maddox as school secretary. Mrs. Vicki Johnson was a teacher-aide for Mrs. Orso. Principal Gail Borton. F.C.H.S.; Principal John Gray, Frankfort; Principal Ron Smith, Denning; and Principal Terry Warren, Central Jr. High took notes during a board meeting. 70V A.CVJ1-TY... Guidance ... Mrs. Wilma Anderson Mr. Allen Barton , Mrs. Genelle Bedokis Mrs. Shiela Blackwood Mr. Russell Clover Mr. Larry DeMattei Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts Mr. George Clark Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris• • • Mr. Gene Ernest Understanding Mrs. Sandra Fiori • • • Mr. Paul Grammer Mr. Lowell Grissom Mrs. Jane Hedley Miss Dolores Grosco Mrs. Sharon Helleny Mr. George Grosco Mr. Donald Hobbs 73Mr. Harold Hood Miss Alice Hrovatich Mr. George Karoski Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow Mr. Tim Murphy Mrs. Liz Orso Mr. Steve Pasko Miss Jane Perr Mr. Elmo Ricci 74Mr. Tim Ricci Mr. Pat Sipes Mrs. Linda Stevens Mr. Richard Stritzel Mrs. Peggy Smith 75Mr. Tim Weaver Mr. Gary Warren Mrs. Debbie Wells Mr. Dan Weakly Mr. Ron W'inter Mrs. Jane York Faculty members have duties besides those in the classroom. M rs. Wilma Anderson. English teacher, listens to another excuse. 76The organizations of Frankfort Community High School play an important role in helping to build the foundation for participation in society. This participation enables thc-students to develop important values such as leadership and responsibilitv that will be beneficial to the students in the years aftepF.C.H.S. One of the most important qualities a student gains through participating in an organization’ is the ability to work together with others as a unit to reach a goal. The clubs and organizations of Frankfort Community High serve our communitN and also provide the students with a much needed break from their studies and other school pressures. The clubs and organizations are sponsored by teachers associations. The organizations raise money for their grou ing fund-raising projects and by working concessions'iat] events. will find . . . ORGANIZATIONS 77... Responsibility • • REDBIRD ANNUAL— Row I: Mrs. Batts. D. Murray, J. Ernest, A. Sileven, A. Woods. Row 2: E. Jacobs, M. Warren, J. Rose, K. Wilson. Row 3: S. Rissi, C. Clark, A. Fiori, B. Hood. The 1983-84 REDBIRD ANNUAL staff worked hard to meet the three deadlines that were required for the yearbook’s completion. Under the direction of Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts, this task was accomplished efficiently and competently. This year’s Co-Editors were seniors Jeanna Ernest and Dawn Murray. Their dedication helped to make this year’s annual a success. Other senior members include Kevin Wilson, Advertising Manager; Chuck Clark, Photographer; Amy Sileven, Copywriter and Sophomore Editor; and Susan Rissi, Senior Editor. The staff is pleased with their work and hopes that the student body will be satisfied with the results. 78 Co-Editors Jeanna Ernest and Dawn Murray.... Participation ... Staff members Kevin Wilson and JoLyn Rose. Staff members Chuck Clark, Kim Barnes, and Angie Woods. 79KEY CLUB — Row 1: Mr. Weaver, C. Lee, C. Snyder, K. Harrawood, J. Wright. B. Hood. Row 2: R. Bennett. M. Podnar, N. Norman, E. Jacobs, M. McGhee. G. Acton, T. Martin. Row 3: B. Hutchcraft, M. Darby, G. Mitchell. E. Barnes, J. Hays. Row 4. J. McPhail, T. Weaver. D. Donahue, M. Smith, M. Heal, K. Trovillion. The Key Club is a community service organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. Mr. Tim Weaver is the local director. This year’s National Key Club Project was helping in the fight against spastic paralysis. The Key Club will award a scholarship of $200 to a student with outstanding community service. The scholarship is in honor of Mr. Ernest Yuhas, former sponsor. Other Key Club projects were: helping at the Kiwanis Barbecue and working in the Old King Coal Race. KEY CLUB OFFICERS R. Bennett, Sec.; G. Acton, V. Pres.: C. Lee, Pres. Not Pictured: J. Perrotto, Treas. 80SUB-DRBS Row I: M. Boyd, L. Hughes. T. Taylor, M. Neeley, A. Tomanovich, S. I.udc, Mrs. Smith. Row 2: J. Bernhard. K. Baslcr, H. Essary, T. Yadro, S. Karoski, T. Filkins. K. Harpool, J. Ernest. Row 3: M. Warren, G. Williams, M. Mills. J. Rose, L. Hall, A. Wichn, C. Hall, J. York, S. Smith. The Sub-Debs is an organization for girls. Mrs. Peggy Smith is the club sponsor. The membership is open to sophomore, junior, and senior girls. This year the Sub-Debs continued the tradition of selling mums for Homecoming. They also conducted their initiation of new members during the Homecom- ing Parade. Other Sub-Deb activities included helping with the Old King Coal Race, working concessions, a Christmas party, and the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet in the spring. SUB-DEBS OFFICERS — T. Taylor, Pres.; L. Hall, V.-Pres.; K Harpool. Sec.; L. Hughes, Treas.; J. Ernest, Hist. 81STUDENT COUNCIL Row I: Mr. Clover, T. Yadro, M. Warren, J, Gilbert. B Hood Row 2: M. Clover, C. Kerrone, G Reed, D. Hood, K. Jones. L. Powlcss. M. Neeley. Row 3: A. Mason, C. Andcsilich, A. Vaughn. G. Williams. S. Karoski, K Harrawood, K. Barnes. Row 4: J. Chapman, K. Talluto, L. Palasky, J. Rose, J. Wright, D. Sigler. K. Willis, The F.C.H.S. Student Council is the only school organization that represents the entire student body. The annual homecoming events for F.C.H.S. are the responsiblity of the Student Council. These events include a chili supper and a dance. The Student Council also sponsors a student ex- change program which allows students from other schools to visit F.C.H.S. during a school day while our members visit their schools. The Student Council requires much dedication and work. STUDENT COUNCIL OF HCF.RS M. Warren, See ; T Yadro, V Pres ..I. Gilbert. Pres . B Hood.Trcas. 82ADVANCED ART Row 1: .1. Hankins. P Frazier. K Mayhew, E. Danicll. P. Pohl. A. Brace. L. Thompson. Row 2: D. Griffin. A. Pessclato, K. Racic, D. Irby. S. Clayton, J. Wilson, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: K. Filkins, M. McDaniel, J. Wollcscn. K. Walters. R. Spicer. ART CIRCLE — Row I: J. Hemminger. P Frazier. K. Mayhew, S. Gardner. S. Price. Row 2: L. Thompson. M. Dees. P. Pohl. A. Mason, J. Crabtree, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: G. Morgan, M. McPhail, M. McDaniel, A. Pessclato, T. Wall. 83YOUTH BOARD — Row 1: Mr. Murphy, T. Patton, L. Thompson, A. Shelby, J. Hays, K. Glover, S. Gardner, L. Miller, G. Reed. Row 2: F. Broy, E. Barnes, M. McPhail, J. Melvin, D. Jones, D. Hindman, S. Garrett, S. Ludc. Row 3: K. Racic, J. Hamilton. J. Wollesen, M. Goff, P. McPhail, D. Russell, A. Pcssclato, K. Barker. YOUTH BOARD OFFICERS — Row 1: S. Gardner, V. Pres.; K Barker, Treas. Row 2: L. Thompson, Pres.; S. Lude. Sec. The Youth Board under the supervision of Mr. Tim Murphy is an organization of F.C.H.S. students. To become a member of the Youth Board, a student must be voted in by the present members. The group meets every other Wednesday to make preparations for upcoming dances, movies, and other activities for the high school and junior high school students. This year the members have worked long hours restoring the Youth Center. They have been painting, replacing floors, repairing ceilings, and mending furniture. Future plans include an all-night dance contest and a spring dance featuring “Music in Motion.” The Youth Board worked closely with the Junior Women’s Club and the community. 84SCHOLAR BOWL — Row 1: Mrs. Dorris, A. Sileven, S. Morgan, C. Andesilich, C. Jordan, E. Jacobs. Row 2: J. Aldridge, C. Carter, T. Tedeschi. R. Zimmer, E. Barnes. C. Bedokis. M. McGhee, Mrs. Fiori. HONOR SOCIETY — Row I: J. Pry, T. Witkewiz, E. Johnson, S. Garrett, A. Sileven. K. Harpool, C. Finney. Row 2: Mrs. Blackwood, C. Andesilich. J. Gilbert, A. Gutierrez, K. Jones, M. Lintner, D. Hall. T. Moschino. Row 3: G. Acton. J. Duff, D. Ramey. D. Uhls. L. Palasky. K. Talluto, D. Herring Webb. 85NIKE CLUB — Row 1: P. Gibbs, M. Mills, K. Jones, S. Kirkman, D. Sapp, D. Campbell, C. Andcsilich, T. Moschino, J. Pry. Row 2: F. Broy, J. Clcland, J. York, S. Lee, D. Sigler, J. Pugh, K. Cowan, T. Mcraclc, Miss Grosco. Row 3: S. Smith. K. Talluto, G. Williams, K. Patton, J. Rose, L. Palasky, K. Willis. J. Gilbert, M. Lintner. SCIENCE CLUB — Row 1: C. Williams, R. Kellow, I. Hogebaum, B. Hays, J. Gilbert. S. Hivcly, T. McDaniel, T. Dinn, J. Dalton, A. Pyles. Row 2: Mr. Grosco, D. Herring Webb, B. Hood, C. Jordan, D. Campbell, E. Johnson, S. McLain. A. Vaughn, C. Andcsilich, A. Woods, L. Powless, B. Lindslcy, A. Powlcss. Row 3: L. Bowers, M. Watson, M. Murray, K. Royc, B. Davis, T. Cardwell, P. Fitzgerald, K. Golis, T. Witkewiz, S. Morgan, J. Calcatcrra. Mrs. Stevens. Row 4: C. Gipson, K. Sanders, K. Talluto, M. McDaniel. J. Gass, A. Clover, C. Clark, D. Hall, K. Jones, A. Shelby. 86VOCATIONAL NURSING I — Row 1: Mrs. York, M. Neeley, P. Hood, L. Gulley, P. Wilburn, S. Barrett. M. Boyd. Row 2: T. Verschueren, L. Clover, S. Englcr, A. Dunning, W. Davis, A. Calhoun, A. Gutierrez. VOCATIONAL NURSING II — Row 1: L. Hughes, A. Powless, D. Kelley, M. Murray, F. Broy, Mrs. York. Row 2: A. Browning, C. Krantz, A. Robertson, R. Johnson, N. Summers. Row 3: L. Walters, N. Smith, T. Webb, C. Osterhout, M. Mills. 87FFA — Row I. M. Kelly, M. Bright. Row 2: Mr. Hobbs, C. Short, B. Kaminiski, M. Braner, R. Massey, M. Karnes, R. Moore. Participation Improves Expression FHA-HERO Row I: G. Griffith, T. Jacobs, D. Williams, S. Culpepper. Row 2: Mrs. Hcdlcy, J. Dalton, E. Johnson, P. Bowman, B McElyea, Mrs. Hcllcny. Row 3: T. Lipc, M. Sneddon, J. Summers, D. Wilburn, K. McPhail.BUILDING TRADES — Row I: Mr. Barton, M. Todich, D. Russell, M. Moore, B. Gregory. Row 2: A. Hemminger, C. Melvin, D. Wortman, M. Crabtree, D. Poole. Row 3: T. Series, J. Pulliam, S. Roan, L. Rachels, S. Smith, K. Russell. BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: J. Calcatcrra, B. Ross, R. Smith, Mr. Barton. Row 2: S. Isaacs, S. Neibel, S. Ruzich, B. McClerren, G. Collins. Row 3: R. Dorris, J. Gass, F. DeSomer, J. Tharp, J. Rich. 89ADVANCED ELECTRONICS — Row 1: C. Clark, D. Hall,T. Travis, E. Florian, D. Willmore, B. Dees. Row 2: C. Lee, D. Ramey, D. Uhls, P. Esparza, J. Duff, D. O'Connor, Mr. Sipes. ELECTRONICS III — Row 1: M. Ford, D Boner, D. Thompson, J. Mumbower. D. Richey. D. Smith. Row 2: C. Romack, D. Webber, J. Filkins, M. Darby, K. Trovillion. M. Koczorowski, Mr. Sipes. Row 3: B. Cannon, R. Rogers. B. Ross, B. Webster. R. Freeman. 90AUTO MECHANICS — Row I: C. Levine, T. Lindsey, B. Boltc. R. Egcditch, M. Hayman, K. Cambpcll, R. Blocker, A. GosnelLG. Wilson. Row 2: R. Johnson, K. Squibb, D. Borcky, S. Skinner, B. Melvin, D. Karnes, J. Jones, Mr. Weakly. Row 3: D. O'Connor, L. Blades, J. Mum-bower. D. Irby, T. Hawkins, R. Hogebaum, M. Darby. M. Sullivan, S. Kalaher. MACHINE SHOP Row 1: Mr. Hobbs, M. Heal, D. McClintock, D. Frazier, S. Donovan, J. Yadro. Row 2: R. Jones, R. Hogebaum, L. Blades, M. Darby, J. Jones, G. Wilson, D. Willmorc. 91DRAFTING IV — Row 1: R. Johnson, D. Hall, T. Bernhard, A. Hemminger, K. Talluto. Row 2: C. Lee, K. Jones, B. Bolte, R. Jones, S. Thomas. Clubs Provide Many Diversions ADVANCED WELDING — Row 1: M. Layne, S. Donovan, D. Frazier, J. Adelsberger, S. Thomas, Mr. Pasko. Row 2: D. Karnes, M. Smith, M. Karnes, S. Skinner, M. Yadro, F. Tresso. 92FTA Row 1: C. Jordan, B. McElyca, J. Gilbert, L. Bowers, C. Andcsilich, K. Talluto, E. Anderson, Mrs. Blackwood, J. Pugh. Row 2: C. Pickering, B. Davis, A. Sileven, S. Lude, K. Jones, M. Boner, H. Lewis, T. Witkewiz, M. White. D. Russell, E. Johnson. Row 3: D. Campbell. K. Carr, A. Gutierrez, L. Palasky, D. Hall, K. Barker. K. Jones, D. Wilburn, B. Donas, C. Finney. Row 4: G. Williams, T. Bernhard, C. Lovell, R. Bennett, C. Clark, J. Goodson, S. Rissi, J. Summers, A. Shelby, C. Carter, S. Morgan. The F.T.A. is sponsored by Mrs. Shiela Blackwood, who has been their active sponsor for four years. Any member of the student body can join The Future Teachers of America. It is designed to further interest in the teaching profession. The club has a large active membership. The club raises money for itself by bake sales and concessions. FTA OFFICERS — C. Andesilich. See.; K. Tulluto, Pres.; E. Anderson, V. Pres. Not pictured: D. Griffin, Treas. 93REDBIRD NOTES — Row 1: C. Romack, B. Kondritz, K. Bradley, K. Melvin. Row 2: D. Sakonyi, J. Melvin, M. Clover, J. Graskewiez. Row 3: K. Harpool, H. Mosley, D. Summers, L. Stafford, C. Krantz, R. Spicer, J. Aldridge, S. Grzanich, R. McCarty. F.C.H.S.’s school newspaper, REDBIRD NOTES, is the voice of the school. Every year five issues are published to inform the students of the happenings around the school and town. REDBIRD NOTES uses the TRS-80 computer to write out every story, feature, and review that appears in the paper. REDBIRD NOTES has been given the title of one of the finest high school papers in Southern Illinois. REDBIRD NOTES Editor Karen Harpool and Advisor Mr. Russell Clover. 94REDBIRD NOTES staff members H. Mosley, K. Bradley, B. Kondritz, C. Romack, K. Melvin, and J. Melvin lay out paper. Freshman staff member Dwayne Summers listens for assignment. Assistant Editor Christy Krantz discusses advertising with Editor Karen Cartoonist Chip Romack and Ron Spicer talk Harpool. about cartoon. M. Clover, R. McCarty, S. Grzanich converse over new ideas for paper. 95 R. Spicer gives L. Stafford his opinion.The 1983-84 F.C.H.S. Redbird Band accomplished much to be proud of during the school year. The band marched in the Murphysboro Apple Festival, Old King Coal, and the Franklin County Veterans' Day Parade. New for the band this year was a trip to Centralia to march in the Centralia Halloween Parade. In January, the band performed at Southern Illinois University for a Saluki basketball, and they received local television coverage. The F.C.H.S. Band was the only band in Southern Illinois to be invited to the arena. February saw the band perform a mid-winter concert to a large audience. April was busy as band members presented “Blast of the Past” to the community. The band took a trip to Orlando, Florida, to perform in the Sunshine Music Festival. Bands from all over the nation participated in the Festival. Included in their five day trip was a visit to Disney World. In May the F.C.H.S. Band concluded their busy year with their annual spring concert. BAND GOES TO FLORIDA DISTRICT VI IMEA SELECTEES — T. Wilkerson, J. Gilbert. D. Herring, R. Zimmer. Drum Majorette Teresa Wilkerson. 96F.C.H.S. BAND — Row 4: Mr. Thomas, D. Herring, D. Horsley, D. Jeffries, E. Barnes, T. Wilkerson, J. Pulliam, K. Johnson, K. Harpool, J Study, C. Williams, A. Williams. Row 3: T. Austin, D. Webb, R. Ball. M. White, Roberta Ball, S. Culpepper, T. Dial, D. Donahue, D. Morris, J. Forgatch, J. Ledbetter. Row 2: J. Gilbert, S. Hively, T. Morthland, L. Hankins, L. Mcnees, J. Smith, K. Lintner, L. Odle, M. Watson, G. Griffith, P. Wilburn. Row 1: A. Calhoun, K. Melvin, R. Zimmer, L. Paulk, K. Bussler, P. Fitzgerald, L. Swarthout, K. Carr. £ -JBand members perform royally for the Homecoming Court. The Pep Band always “scores” points with its music at home basketball games. 98POM-PON SQUAD — Top Row: A. Johnson, H. Mosley, D. Tyler, L. Boner, L. Thompson. Kneeling: A. Sileven, S. Culpepper, M. White, K. McElyea. P. Wilburn, G. Griffith, M. Watson, K. Carr provide spirit with their music. 99Organizations Aid Communication OFFICE WORKERS — Row I: J. Pry, J. Cleland, M. Warren, A. Woods, T. Martin, S. Kirkman. Row 2: D. Davis, S. Steinmetz, A. Mason, C. Andcsilich, S. Gardner. Row 3: L. Clover, L. Palasky, J. Summers, D. Irby, M. Jent, G. Williams, D. McCarty. 100K. Harpool and A. Forgatch work and cat. A typing class perfects skills. D. Peavey puts on the finishing touch. W. Pruett looks attentive. J. Chapman prepares for parade. J. Gilbert and Mr. Borton discuss an upcoming school activity. M. Boyd peruses newspaper for current events class. 101Sophomore Amy Tomanovich looks forward to the end of the Sub-Deb initiation. F.C.H.S. Band starts their long march down Main Street. Sub-Deb members eagerly wait for the Homecoming Parade to begin. Sub-Debs Jo Lyn Rose, Holli Essary, and Gayle Williams prepare to perform. 102 With six sports for men and three for women, F.C.H.S. continues to be a top contender in the prestigious South Seven Conference. Competing as a class “A” school in a predominantly area that is class “AA,” the Redbirds continue to have seasons in all sports. Fall sports are golf, coached by Mr. George Karoski; football, coached by Mr. Gene Ernest; and volleyball, coached by Mr. Tim Murphy. Winter sports include boys' basketball, coached by Mr. Tim Ricci; girls’ basketball, coached by Mrs. Jeanne Smith; and wrestling, coahced by Mr. Ron Winter. Rounding out the school year, participants compete in their choice of spring sports. They include baseball, coached by Mr. Dan Fiori; track, coached by Mr. Don Rice; and softball, coached by Mr. George Hopkins. The F.C.H.S. Redbirds always show pride and enthusiasm. These characteristics make the school proud of their achievements. Throughout the state, the F.C.H.S. Athletic Program is regarded as a successful one. vnlTBnd • SPORTS 103S. Garrett returns serve as S. Gardner looks on. J. McPhail looks for the open man against Herrin. Redbird football players watch the last Turkey Day Game. Sectional Tourney winner G. Acton strains to apply pressure to opponent. D. Peavey attempts hook shot. 104VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: D. Thompson, M. Smith, K. Harpool, T. Tomlinson, M. Moore, D. Richey, G. Acton, J. Chismar. Row 2: Mgr. M. McDaniel, C. Short, B. Ross, M. Crabtree, D. Wortman, S. Remm, J. Duff, S. Roan, M. Heal, Mgr. K. Trovillion. Row 3: Coach Sloan, C. Lovell, B. Hutchcraft, C. Lee, K. Racic, D. Willmore, J. Perrotto, D. Smith. K. Squibb, L. Rachels, Coach Ernest. Row 4: Coach Warren, S. Smith, D. O’Connor, B. Hall, J. Tharp, P. Esparza, D. Peavey, B. Cannon, C. Romack, D. Webber, J. Nicklin. The 1983-84 Varsity Football team enjoyed a fine season. They had a record of 6-3. That was good enough for third place in the conference. Highlights of the season were a win against Carbondale and a win against Benton on Turkey Day, that tied that overall series at 32-32-2. Coach Gene Ernest thought that this year’s team was a ball club that overcame adversity in many forms to become a winner. He also said, “A coach can ask no more of a team than to work and strive to do the things necessary which will allow them to play at their top potential as a unit.” All-South and All-Conference picks for the 1983-84 Varisty Redbirds were Doug O’Connor as an offensive and defensive lineman, Greg Acton as a defensive back, and John Duff as a defensive linebacker. 1983 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Redbirds 20 Madison Opponents 6 0 Harrisburg 14 13 Herrin 21 14 Carbondale 0 29 Marion 13 14 Centralia 12 7 Mount Vernon 12 47 Johnston City 0 41 Benton 13 105Co-Captain Senior Fullback John Duff Co-Captain Senior Quarterback Greg Acton Senior Guard David Willmore Senior Halfback Senior Halfback John Perrotto Mike Smith D. Peavey cleans up after a rough series of plays. S. Roan expresses strong views about the last offensive drive with G. Acton. 106Senior End Stan Roan Senior End Kevin Harpool Senior End Larry Rachels Senior Center Doug O’Connor Senior Tackle Joe Nicklin Senior Guard Carl Lee Senior Tackle Jeff Tharp Senior Tackle Kevin Racic Senior End Paul Esparza 107108JUNIOR MEMBERS— Row I: K. Squibb, D. Webber. Row 2: D. Peavcy, B. Hall. JUNIOR BACKS — Row 1: T. Tomlinson, M. Heal. Row 2: D. Wortman, D. Thompson. Co-Captain J. Duff makes an outstanding tackle against Harrisburg. 109SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: J. Layne, K. Filkins, N. Norman, D. Fisher, D. Brookhouse, E. Everett, C. Knight, J. Chapman, J. Weaver, T. Shelton. Row 2: Coach Dziadus, D. Talbott, E. Barnes, T. Kalaher, D. Smith, S. Talluto, B. Tanner, T. Stoner, J. Hays, R. Lane, K. Walters, Coach Reach, Coach Taylor. Row 3: M. Fitzpatrick, B. Hudson, D. Morris, A. Morris, M. Simmons, T. Thomas, R. Henson, D. Jones, K. Sanders. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: V. Stewart, M. Wallace, T. McDaniel, P. McPhail, S. Allen, J. Stitely, B. Poole, J. Moake, T. Miller, D. Summers. Row 2: Coach Dziadus, B. Richerson, J. Forgatch, B. Hartley, C. Staten, S. Schram, B. Neville, S. Hively, S. Young, T. Sipes, J. Ledbetter, Coach Reach, Coach Taylor. Row 3: T. Tharp, J. Marvel, R. Crawford, J. Melvin, J. Melvin, C. Wagner, C. Richerson, T. Ruzich, B. Todich. 110Wrestlers “psyche up” before match. Girls are “caught up" in close game. Players watch from sidelines as coaches discuss strategy. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders perform during preliminary game. Redbird wrestlers wait anxiously before their upcoming match. Rcdbird reserves await chance to enter game. IllVarsity Boys Exhibit Confidence VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: D. Smith, J. Wright, D. Uhls, Coach T. Ricci, J. McPhail, G, Mitchell, E. Florian, D. Webber, Row 2: Mgr. C. Jordan, Mgr. K. Sanders, Coach Fiori, B. Hood, J. Mumbowcr, D. Peavey, D. Donahue. T. Weaver, Mgr. K. Trovillion, Coach Grammer, Coach Glodich. 1984 Basketball Scoreboard Redbirds 70 Eldorado Opponents 69 74 DuQuoin 58 54 Pyramid Tournament Herrin 63 66 Marion 59 68 Harrisburg 61 53 Benton 82 64 Carbondale Holiday Tournament Cairo 67 60 Sparta 55 60 Marseilles 46 36 Herrin 34 72 Cairo 66 37 Carbondale 79 67 Centralia 71 79 Mount Vernon 62 85 Marion 61 50 Herrin 60 71 Harrisburg 67 62 Benton 84 58 Carbondale 64 84 Marion 58 74 Centralia 61 77 Mount Vernon 62 52 Johnston City 63 91 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Enfield 43 59 Norris City 50 43 McLeansboro 67Senior Center Co-Captain Danny Uhls Senior Guard Co-Captain John Perrotto Senior Guard Eddie Florian The 1983-84 Varsity Redbird Basketball Team enjoyed a fine season. Under the leadership of Coach Tim Ricci and Co-Captains, Danny Uhls and John Perrotto, the Redbirds were able to record more wins than losses. The Redbirds showed great determination and hustle this season. This year’s squad was made up of three seniors, Danny Uhls, John Perrotto, and Eddie Florian, and ten juniors. Reflecting upon the season, Coach Tim Ricci said, “All in all, I feel that the 1983-84 Redbirds had a young squad, but they played well against top conference teams. Next year the Redbirds will have enough talent to finish in a top position in the conference.” Highlights of the season were a consolation championship in the Carbondale Holiday Tournament. They were also named “Team of the Week” by WCIL Radio Station and the SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN. 113bUKHUMUKh BASKhI BALL I hAM — Row 1: C. Morgcnthalcr, C. Raubach, T. Stoner, J. Hays, M. Fitzpatrick. Row 2: Coach F Simmons, T. Thomas, K. Walters, C. Snyder, A. Fiori. iori. M. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: T. Morthland, T. Miller, M. McPhail, B. Neville, S. Hivcly. Row 2: B Kondritz, J. Dorris, A. Willmore, C. Staten. S. Young, T. Sipes, M. Wallace, J. Forgatch. Row 3: J. Melvin. D. Summers, J. Melvin. T. Palasky. P. McPhail, D. Lewis. D. Sevenski, V. Stewart, Coach Grammer. 114VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: L. Hall, A. Forgatch, M. Warren. Row 2: L. Gulley, K. Melvin, J. Gilbert, A. Woods. Row 3: J. Ernest, A. Powless, D. Hood. The 1983-84 cheerleaders started the year with a new sponsor. Miss Susan Krah. She took over the responsibility in the fall of 1983. She was a cheerleader throughout her high school years and for two years at John A. Logan Junior College. The cheerleaders have much respect for her. The cheerleaders participated in many things. The beginning of the year started with many difficult practices. Then came the problem of purchasing new uniforms. As the year progressed, their interest went to supporting their team. By showing their loyalty, they planned many pep sessions and helped cheer their team to victory. By the end of the school year, the cheerleaders had learned the importance of co-operation, working together, and the value of friendship. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: G. Reed. J. Chapman, L. Cadle. Row 2: K. Lintner, A. Woods, K. Barnes. Row 3: A. Vaughn, K. Golis. 115J. Pcrrotto, D. Pcavey. and D. Uhls gel final instructions. Red bird vollcyballcrs congratulate each other after big play. Redbird center D. Uhls shoots and scores two points. Redbird wrestler applies headlock to opponent. Frankfort receiver slips as blockers set up in front of him. E. Florian uses bounce pass to elude defender. 116VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM - Row I: J. Calcatcrra, M. King. J. Chismar, G. Acton. T. Tomlinson. Row 2: I). Jones, C. Short. J. Duff, L. Rachels, R Dorris, J. Wilson. (Scott Roan not pictured.) JUNIOR VARSITY W RESTLING TEAM Row 1: D Fisher. J. Stanislawski. K Wagner. B Hartley. T Martin. J. Harrawood. Row 2: E. Barnes, A. Morris. R. Crawford, T. Tharp, J. Marvel, J. Ledbetter. 117Senior Wrestler Greg Acton Senior Wrestler John Duff Senior Wrestler John Calcaterra Senior Wrestler Larry Rachels Senior Wrestler Senior Wrestler Robert Dorris Mark King 118D. Smith drives the baseline against defender. D. Webber fires up shot against Carbondale. Redbirds score enroute to a Turkey Day victory. J. Duff prepares to apply hold to opponent. Coaches give special instructions to K. Racic prior to game. 119VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Row 1: S. Innis, A. Clover, K. Bradley. D. Mitchell, T. Morthland. M. Lucas, M. Dees, B. Sloan. Row 2: Coach Karoski, J. Woods, A. Fiori, D. Lewis, D. Galli, G. Galli, J. Odle, B. Dees. The Redbird Golf Team enjoyed another fine season. They continued to be one of the top teams in the area despite the fact that they had only two seniors, Bret Dees and Greg Galli. For only the second time in five years, the F.C.H.S. Redbirds did not qualify for the State Tournament. Senior Bret Dees Coach George Karoski is looking forward to a winning season next year. He had high words of praise for this year’s team. Coach Karoski in an interview stated, “I feel that we had an excellent season. We performed very well considering our lack of experience.” Senior Greg Galli 120Girls Show Great Dedication GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: S. Garrett, K. Mayhew, K. Glover, S. Gardner. L. Bowers. Row 2: Coach J. Smith, K. Barker, K. Boren, T. Turpin, M. Jent, G. Anderson. 1984 Basketball Scoreboard Redbirds Opponents 63 Zeigler-Royalton 13 34 Herrin 41 65 Johnston City 35 45 Carterville 42 44 Johnston City 38 23 Herrin 38 21 Carbondale 55 34 Marion 63 38 Centralia 59 39 Mount Vernon 59 32 Harrisburg 56 47 Benton 56 33 Herrin 43 41 Carbondale 49 37 Marion 59 21 Centralia 76 HARRISBURG TOURNAMENT 31 Johnston City 63 45 Harrisburg 57 Benton I.H.S.A. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 37 Elverado 39122 Stacy Garrett Senior Guard LeAnn Bowers Senior GuardGIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: C. Hood, T. Rachels, S. Barrett. Row 2: Coach G. Moschino, A. Lee, M. Jent, A. Pessclato. K. Barker scores two points for the Lady Redbirds. K. Glover and S. Gardner plan the next move. 123GIRLS' VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row I: L. Bowers, K. Barker, J. Bernhard, S. Garrett. Row 2: A. Shelby, F. Broy, K. Glover, K. Boren. Row 3: S. Lude, Coach Murphy. S. Gardner. GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: T. Wall, G. Johnston, A. Pesselato, D. Adams, R. Zimmer, L. Clover. Row 2: D. Hogebaum, A. Lee, M. Irvin. Row 3: B. Westell, Coach Murphy, T. Stanley. 124Seniors of the Volleyball Team — J. Bernhard, L. Bowers, S. Garrett, K. Boren. A. Shelby blocks spike attempt by Carbondalc. J. Bernhard spikes a winner for the Redbirds. 1251983 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Row 1: J. Moakc, D. Smith, J. Wollcscn, M. Laswell, E. Florian. Row 2: Coach Fiori, D. Richey, T. Glodich, S. Graves, J. Jones, C. Morgenthalcr. Row 3: G. Chance, E. Gutierrez, J. Mumbower, R. Tefertiller, C. Trusty, A. Fiori, C. Raubach. 126 1983 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: C. Lee, M. Smith, S. Remm, D. Periman, J. Sloan, K. Squibb. D. Jones, M. Moore. Row 2: E. Gutierrez, D. Wortman, M. Goff, C. Snyder, T. Braddy, R. Lane, J. Perrotto, T. Stoner. Row 3: Coach Rice, B. Hutchcraft, J. McPhail, L. Rachels, R. Jones. T. Weaver, B Hood, J. Navrkal, D. Wallace, B. Bolte, Coach Ricci.1983 GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM — Row 1: J. Scott, M. Martin, L. Hammers, K. Melvin, D. Tomanovich, S. Gardner, R. True. Row 2: C. Andesilich, J. Bernhard, K. Boren, M. Jent, K. Golis, L. Nolen, A. Hughes, L. Bowers, Coach Hopkins. K. Golis and D. Tomanovich warm-up before important practice. 127C. Melvin and C. Krantz talk during lunch hour. Cheerleaders prepare to have pictures taken. T. Cardwell and J. Chapman have discussion in Algebra I. J. Summers studies problem in Accounting I. Students smile for the camera. 128Custom Ordering 505 E. Main West Frankfort, IL 932-6358 C.C. CASTLE “THE GAME ROOM” Compliments of BILL GLODICH HONDA 5 Sons and 2 Princesses 932-6313 932-6644 130MABRY PAINT GLASS “Over 45 Years Experience” 937-4511 In Emergency Call — John Tedeschi 932-6513 1113 East Main West Frankfort, IL PIPER’S COVE HOBBY SHOP TOMLINSON MOTOR CO. 1100 East Main Benton, IL 410 W. Main West Frankfort, IL Phone: 932-3184 439-9226 Model Boats, Trains, and Planes PERRY ELECTRONICS SERVICE D. MICHAEL RIVA 1204 W. Oak 932-6580 Attorney at Law ‘We Service and Sell Car Stereos” 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.” Acts 2:38 Compliments of TERRY HOPKINS Circuit Court Judge 131J. W. Simmons STONE FUNERAL HOME 1201 East Poplar West Frankfort, Illinois 932-2126 THE BANK OF WEST FRANKFORT “Your Friendly Bank” II the BANK of West Frankfort Open 9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. Monday Through Thursday Open 9:00 AM-6:00 PM Friday Phone 932-2131 110 East Oak West Frankfort Equal Housing Lender Member FDIC NORMAN GALLI ROECO AUTO BODY Automotive and General Machining 517 S. Emma Street West Frankfort, III. 62896 RR 1 W. F. Phone: 983-5524 Body and Fender Repairs Expert Refinishing 132MARTY’S MINI-MART 4 Miles East of West Frankfort Rt. 149 Open Every Day Brenda Bruce '’A Owner and Operator — SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY THE BEAUTY MIRROR 212 W. Oak West Frankfort, IL 62896 309 So. Jackson 618 932-3536 Phone 932-2171 West Frankfort, IL 62896 Catalog and Appliance Store WALTON’S SERVICE HAMMERS SONS COMPANY Guaranteed Used Tires Radio — Television — Stereo — CB 330 E. Main Street 601 S. 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Main 932-6500 UNICORN Complete Male and Female Styling Manicures Facials • Sculptured Nails • Make-Up • Consultation Redken Kenatron — Painless “No Needle” Hair Removal Eurotan Safe Tanning System Call 932-6622 Ron Edwards Jim Adams 2302 E. Main W. Frankfort 140FRANK RUSSELL TRUCKING CHANDLER’S Hardware and Automotive Bicycle Headquarters Parts and Repairs 327 East Main Phone 937-4313 West Frankfort, IL 62896 ODUM CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. 100 E. St. Louis West Frankfort, IL DELAP REAL ESTATE Complete Real Estate Services Residential • Commercial • Farms Appraisals — Brokers — Susan Squibb — 932-6669 Dorothy Bagwell — 596-3441 Main Office 937-1203 413 E. Main W. Frankfort POOL SHACK 210 S. Logan West Frankfort 932-2237 Featuring Doughboy Pods the Original Above Ground Pool CERAMIC LAND Complete Line of Greenware and Paints Open Tue.-Sat. 10-4:00 Owner — Sandi Sloan 141M W LUMBER CO., INC. AND HOME CENTER SS We Accept Master Charge and Visa Gary Menees 310 S. Logan Phone: 932-3511 West Frankfort, III. MABRY CONSTRUCTION COMMERCIAL — INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL Over 20 Years Experience in All Types of Construction William Mabry — Owner 937-4574 Compliments of DORRIS CONSTRUCTION Congratulations Seniors ANITAS FLOWERS AND GIFTS Specializing in Weddings, Fresh Cut Flowers, and Homecoming Arrangements West Frankfort, IL 62896 618-937-3526 142STOTLAR-HERRIN LUMBER COMPANY Dan Wells (618) 932-2513 Manager (618) 937-2800 102 E. Oak West Frankfort GRIFFIN’S HEIGHTS BAKERY 1802 E. Main St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 (618) 937-2830 MIKE’S C.B. REPAIR C.B. Sales and Service Mike Miskowsky 701 E. 7th Street CET, Owner West Frankfort, IL 62896 We Sell Sides and Quarters of Cows Beef WEST FRANKFORT PACKING End of South Jefferson Street West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Phone: 937-4115 Custom Slaughtering Processing IMOGENE’S BEAUTY SHOP Open Thursday Evenings by Appointment Latest Fashions Redken and Lange Products 606 E. St. Louis 937-4716 937-2380 SANDY’S FLOWERS AND GIFTS “When You Think of Flowers, Think of Ours” Flowers for All Occasions 102 N. Douglas Phone: 937-4561 143CARL VOLANSKI HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING IOOOV2 S. Cherry St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 Phone: 937-1261 Sales and Service JO’S HAIR STYLING SALON Hair Care for Men and Women No Appointment Necessary 407 W. Main 937-4910 Betsy, Phil, Rosie, Joe and Hank YADRO AUTO PARTS “We Make Duals” TREECE DECORATING 225 W. Main Bridal Registry Glassware, Silver, China Martex Linens, and Noritake China 937-1119 Conservation of energy will be an important part of your future. As your use of energy service changes, we’ll be there to help you use it wisely. CENTRAL ILLINOIS J PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY people providing people with energy Congratulations Class of “84” From GLEN WEEKS PONTIAC CHEVROLET Rt. 149 W. West Frankfort 144NEIBCH TOWING SERVICE 24 Hour Towing Service 618-937-4515 618-937-1852 Awnings: Aluminum — Canvas — Fiberglass Ornamental Iron — Spiral Stairways Aluminum Siding a Commercial • Industrial • Residential GENERAL v TERRY’S WATERPROOFING BARBER COMPANY V SHOP Sales and Service P.O. Box 157 West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 John H. Gardner Phone: (618) 932-6962 M.A.T. INDUSTRIES, INC. P.O. Box 454 West Frankfort, IL 62896 618 936-2451 MAT INDUSTRIES 145309 W. St. Louis West Frankfort 937-2416 Professional Building Complete Prescription Service 146WRIGHTS RADIO SHACK 400 North Douglas The Nationwide Supermarket of Sound Audio, Tapes, Records Hardware and Accessories 937-4915 Let First Federal help you plan investments for your life. First Federal of Chicago West Frankfort: 102 N. Jefferson St.. 937-2491 Main Office: One S. Dearborn St., Chicago. I-(312) 977-5000. And other convenient locations throughout Illinois. c 1983. First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Chicago. Member: Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Installations • Sales • Expert Service THE FASHION SHOP ROY GARDNER Southern Illinois Heating and Air Conditioning Largest and Finest Store 510 S. Day Street for Women West Frankfort, IL 62896 Over 25 Yrs. Experience 111 E. Main West Frankfort 932-2402 Free Estimates Phone: (618) 937-4173 147 FASHION CROSSROADS 206 E. Main Street West Frankfort, III. 937-2124 Where Fashion and Value Meet Junior Sizes 3-15LES’ STANDARD CHARLIE’S TRASH SERVICE Proper sanitation builds a better community. Any size hoppers available. Commercial Rates. 317 W. Main 937-6370 231 W. Main West Frankfort 937-9097 Complete Car Care and Automatic Car Wash We Back the Redbirds HELEN’S FINE FOODS 5:30 A.M.-2:00 P.M. Serving Breakfast and Lunch Home Cooked Meals and Home Made Pies 315 W. Main LINDSEYS “Ole Fashion” Smoke House Open Pit Bar-B-Que Catering and Custom Bar-B-Que 1307 W. Elm • W. Frankfort • (618) 937-4016 JEWELRY JIM’S PIZZERIA Genuine Italian Food 309 W. Main WATSON’S JEWELERS Ph. 937-6424 128 East Main Street West Frankfort, III. 62896 932-2210 148to6 West OcUe Street. Weftfhuiifrrt JCCuwif 62$q6 6lS gj2-2fOS Our Church Staff Sunday Services Rev. John Hessel Pastor 9:30 AM Sunday School 10:45 AM Worship Service W. D. Berry Allen Speer Assoc. Pastor Minister of Youth Music Kenneth Hopkins Minister of Education Outreach 5:30 PM Church Training 6:30 PM Worship Service Wednesday 5:30 PM Fellowship Supper 6:00 PM Auxiliaries 7:00 PM Mid-Week Service 149“The Community Minded Bank — 150BANK OF WEST FRANKFORT 24 Hours a Day”PROFESSIONAL ADS Lon’s Barber Shop J. Alan Nolen, D.S. Bob G. Thomson, M.D. Clyde Day Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howard Howell Insurance Agency Harry Smith, State Farm Insurance Dr. Pagano, D.M.D. Gene Carello, P.G.A. Professional D. L. Griffin, M.D. Caldwell, Trout, Alexander, Quindry, Attorneys-at-Law Harold B. Culley, Jr., Attorney-at-Law Don Lucas, Attorney-at-Law Don J. Webb, O.D. W. Campbell Brown, Attorney-at-Law Elvis Nolen, Regional Superintendent of Schools Southard Oil E. Dale Brock, O.D. Tony Bishop, Used Cars and Auto Body Shop Mr. Ron Smith, Principal, Denning School Terry Green, State’s Attorney Mr. and Mrs. Terry Warren 152SANDNER ELECTRIC COMPANY Telephone: Area Code (618) 932-2366 903 East St. Louis, West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Distributor for: General Electric, Delco Motors and Parts, Redmond Motors We Specialize in Fractional and Small Integral Horsepower Motor Repairing and Rebuilding BARKER PHARMACY INC. 121 East Main West Frankfort, IL 62896 BARKER PHARMI Hallmark Cards Bitterman’s Confections Fannie May Naturalists Health Foods 205 East Main West Frankfort, III. 62896 (618) 932-3483 Danny and Vicky Broy 154Congratulations Seniors From UNION PHARMACY “Service Is Our Business’’ Phone 932-3963 Heidi Calvert, R.Ph. 502 W. St. Louis West Frankfort, III. Larry Fitzgerald, R.Ph. THE DAILY AMERICAN A Dynamic Newspaper Keeping Pace With a Progressive Community 111S. Emma West Frankfort 932-2146 155 West Frankfort’s Hometown Boat Builder Three Generations of Unequaled Quality — Styling — Safety Performance — Value The World’s Best Boat Builders Salute The Class of 1984 Mark™ P.O. Box 276 West Frankfort, IL 62896 156VANTREASE EARL WYANT’S VANTREASE AUTOMATIC ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW TRANSMISSION E. Kyle Vantrease Susan A. Vantrease SERVICE 402 E. Main St. West Frankfort, IL 104 West 4th Street West Frankfort, IL 937-2418 937-4822 Best Wishes From “Redbirds” RUSSELL MAGNAVOX Go to PIZZA INN When They Want Magnavox Sales and Service Pan Pizza 14 Years of Service 705 W. Main in This Area 932-3173 Benton, II W. Frankfort 62812 62896 For Pizza Out It’s Pizza Inn 1200 N. Grand 224 E. Main 439-3915 937-2011 157SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 1902 E. Oak — Phone 932-6969 Harl Lewis, Pastor Sunday Services 9:30 AM Sunday School Kevin Richmond, Minister of Music 10:45 AM Morning Worship 6:00 PM Training Union Beverly Rotrammel, Secretary 7:00 PM Evening Worship Dawn Melvin, Day Care Wednesday 7:00 PM Evening Worship(p? z BUDMARK OIL COMPANY, INC. BIG JOHN SUPER FOOD 204 E. Oak St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 STORE “The Friendliest Store in Franklin County” McDonalds r £{ ou J y CASTLEWOOD DESIGNS 210 E. Main West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 Phone: 937-4969 ■ ® 1® The Finest in Wicker and Rattan Furniture Located at West Frankfort Plaza Hours Sun. 7 AM-11 PM Mon.-Thursday 6 AM-11 PM Fri.-Sat. 6 AM-12 PM Locally Owned and Operated Congratulations, Graduates “84” 160CAROLYN’S BEAUTY SHOP 107 S. Emma, West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 618 932-6216 Tues.-Sat. 8 to 5 Open Late Thurs. Evening 6 Operators Receptionist on Duty Refreshments Served Daily Facials Sculptured Nails Manicures Pedicures and Featuring Our New Suntanning Booth Professional Service With Country Hospitality Owner Carolyn CostagnaST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH — Missouri Synod — Discovering God’s Love and Sharing It With Others Route 3, Box 307 West Frankfort Phone: 932-3450 Highway 149, V« Mile West of 1-57 • McCORD’S MURPHY ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Heating and Air Conditioning Sales Service and Installation 108 W. Main Complete Electrical Service 932-2024 Residential and Commercial Bucket Truck Service Admiral Vij Home Appliances r il 1212 E. Main Ph. 937-4218 West Frankfort Speed Queen" 162Administrators await the beginning of the homecoming coronation. Kristie Hamilton cools off. Todd Hawkins plans a prank in Mrs. Anderson’s class. Melissa Jent and Anastasia Pesselato are on their way to practice. 163Index Activities, Senior - 35, 36 Acton. G reg - 6,9, 10. 16, 18. 80, 85, 104,105, 106, 117, 118 Adams, Darlene 52, 124 Adclsbcrgcr, James 38,92 Adclsbcrgcr, Vicki 52 Adkins, Eddie 38 Advanced Art — 83 Advanced Electronics — 90 Akin, Loretta — 60 Akin, Patrick 60 Aldridge, Jeff —52,85,94 Allen, Stacey 60 Allcrding. Scott — 52 Andcsilich, Colette — 18, 82, 85, 86, 93, 100,127 Anderson, Anna — 18 Anderson, Georgetta 18, 93, 121, 122 Anderson, Wilma Mrs. — 2, 76 Andrews, John — 18 Androff, Susan — 18 Anita’s Flowers and Gifts 142 Armes, Charles 38 Armes, Rhonda — 38 Art Circle — 83 Athletic Department 154 Austin, Tom — 60,97 Auto Mechanics — 91 B.F.J. Furniture Interiors 135 Ball, Roberta 52, 97 Ball, Robin — 52, 97 Bank of West Frankfort 132 Barker, Kristin — 38, 84,93, 121, 123, 124 Barker Pharmacy Inc. — 154 Barnes, Eric — 52, 80, 84, 85, 97, 110, 117 Barnes, Kim 60, 82, 79, 115 Barnficld, Cindy 60 Barrett, Sondra 52, 87, 123 Barton. Allen Mr. — 72, 89 Baslcr, Kristy — 18, 81 Batts, Alex — 60 Batts, llcllcn Mary Mrs. — 72, 78 Beasley, Lori — 60 Beauty Chateau 139 Bedokis, Chris — 52,85 Bedokis, Gcncllc M rs. — 72, 100 Bcjmovicz, Brian — 60 Bcjmovicz, Mary — 60 Bennett, Allan — 64 Bennett, Rickey 18,34,80,93 Bernhard, Joni — 6, 9, 18, 81, 124, 125, 127 Bernhard, Tom — 19, 92, 93 Biggerstaff, Kim — 38 Blackwood, Shiela Mrs. — 4, 72, 85, 93 Beauty Mirror, The — 133 Big John's — 160 Bill and Charlie’s Texaco — 138 Tony Bishop Used Cars and Auto Body Shop — 152 Blades, Jeff—38 Blades, Lindell — 19, 91 Blocker, Randy — 19, 91 Bolte, Brian — 19,91.92, 126 Boner, David — 38,90 Boner, Larinda — 52. 99 Boner, Michelle — 60,93 Booster Club — 159 Boren, Kathy — 19, 121, 122, 124, 125, 127 Boren, Steve — 60 Borcky, Dean — 19, 91 Borton, Gail Mr. — 69, 70, 101, 102 Bowers, LcAnn — 19, 86,93, 121, 122, 124, 125, 127 Bowman, Peri — 19, 88 Boyd, Michelle — 19,81,87, 101 Boyer, Ja’Dean 20 Boyer, Melissa — 52 Brace. Angie 52, 83 Brace, Tina — 60 Braddy. Tim — 38, 126 Bradley. Kevin 60,65. 94, 95, 110, 120 Braggs, Tonya — 38 Branch. Ron — 38 Branch, Tammy 38 Brancr, Matt 60, 88 Bratcher. Charles 38,163 Bright. Mark 60,88 E. Dale Brock, O.D.- 152 Bromley, Dorothy — 20 Brookhousc, Dwayne — 52, 110 W. Campbell Brown. Attorncy-at-Law 152 Brown, Ray — 34 Browning, Angela 38,87 Broy, Dave — 68 Broy, Francic 38, 84, 86. 87, 124 Buckingham, Daniel 52 Budmark Oil Co. — 160 Bud's Motor Sales 138 Building Trades — 89 Burke, Pam — 52 Busslcr, Kristi — 52, 97 Butler, Mike — 39 C.C. Castle 130 Cabancss, Kim — 20 Cadlc, Lauri — 52, 115 Calcatcrra, Jena 60, 86 Calcatcrra, John - 20, 89. 114, 117 Caldwell, Trout, Alexander, Quindry, Attorncys-at-Law— 152 Calhoun, Amy — 39, 87, 97 Cameron, David — 52, 100 Campbell, Darlene — 39, 86, 93 Campbell, Keith — 34, 91 Cannon, Brent — 39, 90, 105, 108 Caraway, Krista — 60 Cardwell, Tina — 52, 86, 128 Carcllo, Gene, PGA Professional — 152 Carolyn’s Beauty Shop— 161 Carr, Kim — 52,93,97,99 Carrington, Robert — 39 Carter, Cathy — 39, 85,93 Castlcwood Designs — 160 Ceramic Land — 141 Chance, Greg — 126 . Chance. Kerri 60 Chandler’s Hardware 141 Chapman, Jan 11,52,82, 101, 115, 128 Chapman, John — 52, 110 Charlie's Trash Service 148 Chismar, John — 39, 105, 108, 117 Claridy, Becky - 52 Clark, Chuck 10, 20, 79, 86, 88. 90, 93 Clark, George Mr. — 72 Clayton, Sherry — 52, 83 Clcland. Julie — 20, 65,86, 100 Clover, Adrian — 39, 86, 110, 120 Clover, Libby —53, 87, 100, 124 Clover, Melanie — 60, 82, 94,95 Clover, Russell Mr. — 72, 83, 94 Clyde Day Insurance - 152 Coleman, Chris — 60 Coleman Rhodes — 135 Coleman, Jancll — 60 Collins, Carmel — 39 Collins, George — 20, 89 Cowan, Colleen — 53 Cowan, Kathleen 39 Crabtree, Jerry — 60, 83 Crabtree, Mike 39, 89, 105, 108 Crafton. Terry — 53 Craig, Kevin 60 Crawford, Ronald 60. 117 Crawford, Steve — 20 Crawford, Terri — 34 Crawford, Tracy — 39 Crews, Amy — 53 Croslin, Shane - 60 Cullcy. Jr., Harold B., Attorncy-at-Law — 152 Cullum, Ronnie 39 Culpepper, Susan — 53, 88,97,99, 100 Culpepper, Theresa — 60 Dalton, Jo Anna - 60, 86, 88 Dairy Queen 138 Daniel, Ed — 39, 83 Darby, Mike 14,39,80,90.91 Darnell Heating and Air Conditioning 134 Davis, Bridget -7,9,11,53,93 Davis, Dana — 20, 100 Davis, Jimmy 60 Davis, Wendy — 34. 87 Dawson, Michelle 60 Day, Lisa — 60 Dcason, Toni — 60 Dees, Bret 21.90, 120 Dees, Mark — 53,83, 120 DeGroof. Rene 60 Dclap Real Estate 141 Demaretti Buick— 134 DeMaltci, Larry — 34. 72 Dcncaussc, Carl — 53 Denham, Leah 64 DcSomcr, Frank. — 21,89 Dial, Tim —53,97 Dinn, Tara — 21,86 Dinn, Tom — 60 Dodd, Donna — 60 Dodd, Lisa — 21 Donahue. David — 40, 80, 112 Donahue, Dennis — 40,97 Donas. Billie — 21,93 Donavon, Steve 40, 91,92 Donovan, Toni — 53 Dorris Construction — 142 Dorris, John — 61, 114 Dorris, Mary Ellen — 72, 85 Dorris, Robert - 21,89, 114, 117 Doty, Tracy - 53 Duane, Marilyn 40 Duff, John —6, 9,21,85,90, 105, 106, 109,114, 117, 119 Duncan, Debbie — 40 Dunning, Angie — 53, 87 Durham, Daniel 48 Dziadus. Denny — 110 Edwards, Jesse — 58 Edwards, John — 3,61 Egcditch, Roy — 21,91 Electronics III — 90 Ellis, Darren —40 Ellis, Scott — 61 Engler, Sara — 53, 87 Engram.Todd 64 E. R. Brown Furniture — 138 Ernest, Gene 10,72,73,105 Ernest. Jeanna 21,78,81,115 Esparza, Paul — 22, 34, 90, 105, 107 Essary, Holli 40, 81. 102 Everett, Eddie — 53, 110 Filkins, Jackie — 61 Filkins, Jeff 40. 90 Filkins, Julie — 53 Filkins, Kenneth —53, 83, 110 Filkins, Kevin 61 Filkins. Tammy 22,81, 163 Finney, Connie 22,85,93 Fiori, Andy — 4, 53,78, 79, 114, 120, 126 Fiori, Dan — 112, 114, 126 Fiori, Sandra — 73, 85 First Baptist Church 149 First Community Bank of West Frankfort — 150,151 Fisher, Du Wayne — 53, 110 Fitzgerald, Pam — 7, 9, 61,86, 97 Fitzpatrick, Mike — 53, 110, 114 164Index Fitzwater, Melanie -61 Florian, Ed — 22. 90, 112, 113, 116, 126 l ord. Mike 40.90, 163 Forgatch, Amy 22,95,101.115 Forgalch, Jay 61,97,114 Frazier. Darren — 40,91,92 Frazier, Renee 22 Frazier, Paula - 40, 83 Free, Danny 22 Freeman, Rancssa — 61 Freeman, Russell — 40,90 Fry, Elizabeth — 53 F.T.A — 93 Galli. Dave — 61, 120 Galli, Greg -22,120 Galli, Auto Body (Norman) 132 Gardner, Roy 147 Gardner, Susie — 40, 83,84, 100, 121, 123, 124, 127 Garrett, Stacy — 22, 84, 85, 104, 121, 122, 124, 125 Gass, Amy — 61 Gass, Don — 61 Gass, Jerry — 40, 86 Gass, John — 40, 89 General Waterproofing Co. 145 Gibbs, Paula — 41,85 Gilbert, Jill — 16, 23, 82, 85, 86,93,96, 97,101,115 Gipson, Cahrrie — 61,86 Glodich, Barbara — 61, 100 Glodich Honda, Bill 130 Glodich, Tim 126 Glodich, Richard — 112 Glover, Kay 41,84,121,123,124 Goff, Mike— 53, 84, 126 Golis, Kelli — 127 Golis, Kim —61,86, 115 Gonzales, Mike 61 Goodson, Jason — 23,93 Gosncll, Alan — 23,91 Gosncll, Suzanne — 53 Goss Appliance 133 Grammer, Paul Mr. 11,73,112,114 Graskcwicz, Jennifer — 61,94 Graves, Scott — 126 Gray, Amanda — 53 Gray, John — 70 Green, Terry, Slate’s Attorney — 152 Gregory, Bill — 89 Griffin, D. L. M.D. 152 Griffin, Dawn — 6,9,14, 23,83 Griffins Heights Bakery 143 Griffith, Gayle — 61,88,99,97 Grissom, Lowell Mr. — 73 Grosco, Dolores Miss — 73, 86 Grosco, George Mr. 73, 86,65 Grotti, Betty Mrs. — 69 Grotti, Shannon — 61 Grzanich, Steve 53,94,95,100 Gulley, Lori 41,50,87,115 Gulley, Tommy — 41 Gunter, Eugene — 61 Gutierrez, April — 23,85,87,93 Gutierrez, Ed — 126 Hall, Bruce 41,105,109 Hall, Cathy 54,81 Hall, Deborah — 23,85,86,90,92,93 Hall, Linda — 23,81,115 Hamilton, Jeff — 54,84 Hamilton, Kristie —61, 163 Hammers and Sons 133 Hammers, Lori — 54,127 Hand, Larry — 23 Hankins, James 83 Hankins, Lisa 41,97 Hanna, Kristen — 54 Hargett, Kenny— 61 Harpool, Karen 9, 23,81,85,94,95, 101 Harpool, Kevin — 24, 97, 105, 107 Harrawood, John — 117 Harrawood. Kenny — 11,41,80,82 Harris' - 139 Harris. Rhonda — 24, 34 Hartley, Bill — 61,65, 117 Hayman. Mitch — 24,91 Hawkins, Kelly — 24 Hawkins. Todd — 24, 91, 163 Hays, Brent —61,86 Hays, John B 54,80,84,110,114 Heal. Matt 41,80,91, 105, 109 Hcdlcy, Jane Mrs. 73,88 1 lellcny, Sharon Mrs. 11,73,88 Hemminger, Andy 24, 89,92 Hemminger, Jessie — 61,83 Hemminger, Joe — 61 Henderson. Theresa —41 Henson, Ricky — 54 Henson, Russell — 54, 110, 163 Herring, Darren — 54,97 Herstedt, Karin — 61 Hill. David Wayne — 61 Hill, JoAnn — 54 Hill, Leslie —24 Hill, Nick 61,65 Hindman. Dawn — 54, 84 Hivcly, Scott — 61,65,86,97,114 Hobbs, Donald Mr. — 73,88,91 Hogebaum, Dawn — 54, 124 Hogebaum, Ida — 24,86 Hogebaum, Rich — 41,91 Holland Super-Save Pharmacy — 136 Honor Society — 85 Hood, Beth — 24, 86 Hood. Bret —41,78,79,80,82,112,126 Hood, Christine — 61,123 Hood, Dawn — 41,82,115 Flood, Harold Mr. 74 Hood, Pam — 4,48, 87 Hoover, Don — 54 Hopkins, George Mr. — 127 Hopkins, Leonard Mr. — 68 Hopkins, Terry Judge — 131 Hopper, Melanie — 41 Hoppers, Debra — 25 Hoppers, Glen — 61 Hopper, Mark— 54 „ Horsley, Dawn — 41 Horsley, Dean 25,97 Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Keith 152 Howell Insurance Co. — 152 Hrovatich, Alice Miss — 11,74 Hubbard, Ed —54 Hudson, Bobby — 54,110 Hughes, Amy — 127 Hughes, Laura — 16, 25,81,86 Hurte, Chris — 61 Hutchcraft, Robert -41,80.108,126 lmogcnc's Beauty Shop — 143 Innis, Marty Mrs. 70 Innis.Scott — 54,110,120 Irby, Danny — 25,91 Irby, Diana — 25,83,100 Irvin, Monica — 54,124 Isaacs, Scott —42 Jacobs, Erie — 54,78,79,80,85 Jacobs, Tina — 61,88 James, Cary — 61 Jarvis, Gary —62 Jeffries, Darrin — 25,97 Jeffries, Jill — 62 Jemison, Michelle 62 Jent, Melissa— 54,100,121,123,127, 163 Jim’s Pizzeria — 148 Johnson, Alisa — 54,99 Johnson, Deanna 34 Johnson, Eleanor 25,85,86,88,93 Johnson, Ken — 16,25,97 Johnson, Rebecca — 54 Johnson, Renee — 42, 87 Johnson, Roy — 34,91,92 Johnson, Vicki Mrs. 70 Johnston, Glenda 54.124 Jones, Danny, — 62 Jones, Don — 54. 84,110, 117 Jones, Jeff — 25,91 Jones, Floyd 62 Jones, Jimmy — 126 Jones, Kent — 26,85,92,93 Jdnes, Kerry 54,82,86,93 Jones, Matt — 55 Jones, Richard D. — 26,92,126 Jones, Richard Phil 48 Joplin, Melissa — 42 Jordan. Chris — 55,85,86,93,112 Jovi.Tcri — 42 Jo's Hairstyling Salon 144 Kalaher, Steve — 26,91 Kalahcr.Todd - 4, 55,110 Kaminski, Billy 55,88 Karnes Real Estate 137 Karnes, David 26,91,92 Karnes, Matt — 42,88 Karoski. George Mr. — 74. 120 Karoski, Shelley 42,81,82 Kaytor, Paula 62 Keene, Kim — 42 Kelley, Denise — 26,87 Kcllow, Robert — 55.86 Kelly, Marty —62,88 Kelso, John Dean — 62 Kelton, Corky — 62 Kclton, Trisha — 64 Kerronc, Cara — 7,9, 55,82 Key Club — 80 King. Mark — 26,114,117 King, Roger — 62 Kinsman, Amy — 55 Kirby, Sara — 55 Kirkman, Susie — 26,86.100 Knight, Clinton — 55,110 Koezorowski, Mike — 42,90 Kondrilz, Brent, — 62,65,94,95,114 Kondritz, Fred — 68 Krantz, Christy — 42,87,94,95,128 Lacy's — 139 Lamar, Kerry — 42 Lane, Mark — 26,92 Lane, Roger — 55,110,126 Lang, Susan — 55 Laswell, Michael — 42,126 Lawrence, Monica —62 Lay, Shelly — 55 Layne, John — 55,92,110 Ledbetter, Jimmy - 62,97 Lee, Angela 62,123,124 Lee. Carl — 11,26,80,90,92,105,107, 126 Lee, Susan 42,86 Lemons, Marsha — 62 Les' Standard —148 Levine, Chris —27,91 Lewis, David — 62,114,120 Lewis, Holly — 62,93 Lindsey, Angie — 42 Lindsey, Jay — 55 Lindsey, Tim — 34,91 Lindseys— 148 l.insley, Bruce — 62,86 Linsley, Susan —27 Litner, Kristi — 62,97,115 Litner, Michelle-27,34,85,86 Lipc, T ammy — 42,88 Lon's Barber Shop — 152 Lovell, Charles - 42,93,105,108 Lucas. Don Allorney-at-Law — 152 Lucas, Lori — 62 Lucas, Mike — 62,120Index Ludc, Sheri 43.81.84,93. 124 M.A.T. Industries. Arne. 145 M W Lumber Co., Inc. and Home Cenier 142 Mabry Construction Commercial. Industrial. Residential 142 Mabry Paint and Glass 131 Mabry. Roxanne — 55 Machine Shop 91 MaeJannet, Leilani — 43 Maddox, Gay Mrs. — 69 Marks, Eddie 62 Marlow, Jo Linda Mrs. 74 Mark Twain 156 Martin. Beth 55 Martin, Lisa 27.127 Marlin. Tim 55.80 Martin. Tricia 62,100 Marty's Mini Mart 133 Marvel.Jeff 62 Mason. Alisa 27.82.83. 100 Massey . Robby 55, 88 Masters. Bill 62 Masters, Tonetta 27 Mayhew. Kim 43,83, 121 Mays, Rhonda 27 McCarty. Betty 3 McCarty. Dana 27, 100 McCarty. Roxic Lee 43, 95, 194 McCIcment. Bill 34 McCIcrrcn, Bruce 43, 89 McClintock, Don 43,91 McCords Appliance 162 McCracken. David 58 McDaniel, Mark 43.83,86, 105 McDaniel, Tim — 11,62, 86 McElwrath. Micheal 62 McElyea. Barbara 55, 88, 93 McElyca. Karen 62,99 McGhee, James Matt 55, 80, 85 McKeown, John 62 McLain, Scot! — 62.86 McPhail. Jerry 16,43.80. 104, 112. 126 McPhail. Kathy 43,88 McPhail. Mike 62,83,84. 114 McPhail. Patrick 62, 84,114 McRcynolds. John — 55 Melvin, Bob -27.91 Melvin, Chris 28.128 Melvin. Debbie 55 Melvin, Jimmy 62,114 Melvin. John ' 10.62.94,95, 114 Melvin. Joni 55. 84, 94 Melvin. Kerri 10, 11.28,94.95,97. 115. 127 Mcnees, Lisa 62,97 Meracle. Traci 43 Messamore, Curt — 56 Messamorc. Don 28 Messamore. Ron 28 Mike’sC.B Repair 143 Mike's Confectionary and Bakery— 138 Mikutis, Bobbi — 56 Miller. Lance 43.84 Miller. Trent 63.114 Mills, Michelle 43,81.87 Mills, Misty 43.86 Minton, Nicole 56 Minton. Trcvicr 28 Mitchell. Gene 43,80, NO. 112 Mitchell. Dcon 56,120 Mitchell. Sam C. - 135 Moake, Jimmy 63 Moakc, John — 126 Mocaby. Joe — 63 Moore. Mark 43.89, 105. 108. 126 Moore. Richard 56.88 Morgan, Glenda — 63. 83 Morgan. Kathy 28 Morgan, Sonja — 28, 85, 86,93 Morris, Arthur — 110 Morgenthalcr, Chris 56. 114. 126 Morris, Daryn 56, 97, 110 Morthland, Tim 63,97, 110, 114, 120 Moschino. Gail 123 Moschino, Toni 28, 34, 85, 86 Mosley. Heather 56, 94,95, 99 Mull. Cliff 56 M umbower, Jerry 44. 90, 112, 126 Murphy Electric 162 Murphy, Patty 63 Murphy, Tim 14.74,83.84, 124 Murray, Dawn 3,6,8,9,28,78 Murray, Mia — 44, 86, 87 Navrkal, Joe 126 Neibch Towing Service 145 Neibcl. Rene 56 Neeley. Melissa 11.44. 81,82, 87 Neibcl, Scott 34,89 Neville. Barry 63,114 Nicklin. Joe — 7,9, 29, 105, 107 Nike Club 86 Nolen, J. Alan, D.S. 152 Nolen, Amy 56 Nolen, Elvis, Reg. Sup. of Schools 152 Nolen, Lisa 127 Norman, Nathan 11,56. 80, 110 O'Connor, Doug 7, 9. 29, 90, 91, 105, 107 O'Connor, Sara — 63 Odle, Jeff 56. 120 Odlc, Lori 63. 97 Odum Concrete 141 Odum. Valerie 56 Orso. Liz Mrs. — 74 Osterhout, Burlc - 68 Osterhout, Cathy 44,87 Osterhout. John — 34 Overturf, Dean — 63 Pagano. Dr D.M.D.— 152 Palasky, Lisa — 29, 82, 85, 86,93, 100 Palasky, Tom 11,63,114 Paper Place — 138 Parker-Reedy Funeral Home — 140 Parrish. Rae — 56 Paschcdag Music House — 138 Pasko, Steve Mr. — 74, 92 Patton. Goebel Mr. - 68 Patton. Karen — 29,86 Patton, Tricia — 63, 84 Paulk. Lynn 56. 97 Peavcy. Don —44. 101. 104. 105, 106, 109. 112. 116 Pcriman, Darren 29, 126 Perr, Jane Mrs. 74 Pcrrotto, John — 7.9. 29, 105, 106, II3, 116.126 Perry Electronics 131 Pesselato. Anastasia 56, 83, 84. 123, 124.163 Peterson, Kelly — 56 Pickering, Christie — 44, 93 Pickering. Ricky - 63 Pierce. Chris 34 Pierce. Marty 63 Pipers Cove Hobby Shop — 131 Pizza Inn 157 Plasters, Cathy 64 Podnar, Mathew 56. 80 Pohl, Patrick 56. 83 Pond Creek Boot Company 135 Pond, Noel — 56 Poole, Brad 63 Poole, David — 44 Poole. Richie 29 Pool Shack — 141 Potepan, Nancy 29 Powlcss, Aimee — 44, 50, 86, 87, 115 Powless. Lance — 63, 82. 86 166 Price. Gayla 63 Price. Shannon 63,83 Professional Pharmacy 146 Pruett, Bob 63 Pruett, Wendy 44,101 Pry, Janet 29,85,86, 100 Pugh, Chris 63 Pugh, Julie 30,86,93 Pulliam, Jeff — 44,89. 97 Pyles, Annette 63,86 Pyles. Norman Jr. — 48 Rachels, Christina 44,123 Rachels, Larry 9, 30, 105, 107, 126, 89, 114,117 Racic, Kevin 6,9, 30, 105, 107, 83, 84, 119 Ramey, Danny 30,85,90 Raubach, Chris — 56, 126, 114 Reach, John Mr. — 110 REDBIRD ANNUAL Staff 4. 168,78 Reed. Gina 56.82,84, 115 Reed. Perry 56 Remm, Steve 44,105,108,126 Ricci, Elmo Mr. 74 Ricci. Tim Mr. — 75, 112 Rice, Don Mr. 126, 75 Rich, Allen 63 Rich, Jim - 30, 89 Richcrson. Bret 63 Richerson. Chuck — 63 Richey, Denny - 44,105,108,126,90 Rick's lllico 139 Rissi, Susan — 4. 30, 93, 78, 79 Riva, Maryann Mrs. — 75 Riva. D Mike — 131,68 Roan, Scott — 63 Roan,Stan 7,9, II, 105, 106, 107.89, 34 Roberts, Heather — 57 Robertson. Angela 44. 87 Robinson. Barbara 30 Roeco— 132 Rogers, Richie 44,90 Romack. Chip 45, 105, 108. 90, 95, 94 Rose. JoLyn — 57. 81.82, 86, 102. 78, 79, 4 Ross, Barry — 45, 105, 108, 90, 89 Ross, Jeannette — 30 Roye. Kevin — 57, 86 Rumsey. Sherrie — 57 Russell. Danny — 45, 84,93 Russell, David — 63, 89 Russell. Diana — 45, 100 Russell. Frank Trucking — 141 Russell. Jamie — 57 Russell. Kevin — 45. 89 Russell Magnavox — 157 Ruzich, Scott — 30. 89 Ruzich, Todd — 63 Sakonyi, Diane — 63.94 Salinguc. Marla — 57 Sandner Electric Co. 154 Sanders. Keith 57,86,110,112 Sandy’s Flowers and Gifts 143 Sapp. Dana - 57, 86 Schloss. Kim 45 Schram. Steve - 63 Scholar Bowl — 85 Science Club — 86 Scott. Jean Anne — 127 Scars. Karen — 31 Sears, Roebuck, and Co. — 133 Second Baptist Church 158 Series, Tim 45. 49, 89 Sesock, Brent 31 Sevenski, David 63. 114 Shelby. Amy — 45. 84. 86, 124. 125 Shelby, John 45 Shelby's Tow Service 135 Shelton, Terry 57,110Index Shelton-Yates, Troy 34 Shirt Works — 130 Short, Charles 45, 88, 105, 108, 117 Shupc, Jill 57 Shupc, Lisa 31 Sigler, Donnetta 7,9,45,49,82 Sileven, Amy 31,78, 79, 99 Simmons, Mike 14,57,110,114 Simpson, James — 57 Sing, Martin 57 Sipes, Pat Mr. — 75,90 Sipes, Tony — 63, 114 Skinner, Scott 45,91,92 Sloan, Brett 63,120 Sloan, Jeff 126 Sloan's Gymnastics 135 Smilanich, Jeff 57 Smclccr, Tabitha 31 Smith, Charles Mr. 75 Smith, Doug 45, 105, 108, 112, 119, 126 Smith. Dyke 4,57,90, 110 Smith, Harry State Farm Insurance- 152 Smith, J.T.— 57 Smith, Jean Mrs. 121 Smith, Julie — 63, 97 Smith, Mike 6,9,31,80,92, 105, 106, 126 Smith, Lori 31 Smith. Nancy 45 Smith. Peggy Mrs. 3,75,81 Smith, Ray 34, 89 Smith, Ron Mr. 70,152 Smith. Scott— 45, 89, 105 Smith, Stephanie 31,81,86 Snedden, Mary Beth 31,88 Snyder, Chris — 57, 80, 114, 126 Southard Oil 152 Spain, Kevin — 57 Spencer, Jeff — 48 Spicer. Ron 32,83.94, 95 Spiller, Jeff 57 Squibb, Kevin 46,91, 105, 109, 126 St. John's Catholic Church 153 St. Paul's Lutheran Church 162 Stafford, Lisa 11,57.94,95 Stanislawski, Joe — 63, 117 Stanley, George — 57 Stanley, Janet - 32 Stanley, Rodney 63 Stanley, Tina 57,124 Stanley, Willie — 48 Slarrick, Larry 64 Staten, Chris — 64, 114 Stcinmetz, Susan — 57, 100 Stevens, Craig — 46, 100 Stevens, Linda Mrs. — 75, 86 Stewart, Rose Ann — 57 Stewart, Vance — 64. 114 Stilley, Christina - 64 Stitely, Joe — 64,97 Stodghill, Becky 64 Stone Funeral Home— 132 Stoner, Tony — 58, 110. 114. 126 Stotlar-Herrin Lumber Co. 143 Straka. Jeff — 46 Stritzel. Richard Mr. — 11,75 Stubblefield. Amy 46 Student Council 82 Sturgeon, Sheila 46 Sub-Debs — 81 Sullivan, Deborah — 46 Summers. Dwayne — 64, 94, 95, 114 Summers, Jennifer — 46, 88. 100, 128 Summers. Stacey Jo — 58 Swarthout, Lori — 64, 97 Talbott. Dan — 58. 110 Talluto, Kim — 32.82,85. 86,92.93 Talluto. Shawn — 58. 110 Tango, Robbie - 46 Tanner. Annabcllc 7,9,64 Tanner. Billy— 58, 110 Taylor, Jackie — 64 Taylor, John Mr. 110 Taylor, Kenneth 58 Taylor. Terri 32,81 Tcdcschi.Tom 46,85 Tcfcrtiller, Rudy 126 Terry's Barber Shop 145 Tharp, Jeff — 7, 9, 32, 89, 105, 107 Tharp, Tim 64,117 Thomas, Melody 58 Thomas, Mike Mr. 75,97 Thomas, Scott 32,92 Thomas, Stacy 58,92 Thomas, Tracy — 58, 110, 114 Thompson, BobG., M.D.— 152 Thompson, Chris — 3 Thompson, David — 46,90, 105, 109 Thompson, Lcnnic — 58, 83, 84, 99 Todich, Brian 64 Todich, Mike — 34, 89 Tomanovich, Amy 58.81,102 Tomanovich, Donna 127 Tomlinson Motors 131 Tomlinson, Tommy — 46, 105, 109, 117 Travis, Terry 32,90 Trcccc Decorating— 144 Tresso, Frank 46,92 Trotter, Michelle- 46 Trovillion, Kent — 46, 80, 90, 105, 112 True. Rosa 47,127 T rusty, Cameron — 126 Turpin.Tammy— 121 Tyler, Dana 58,99 Uhls. Danny— 32,85,90, 112, 113, 116 Unicorn — 140 Union Funeral Services 138 Union Pharmacy — 155 Urban, Tammy 47 Vantrease and Vantrease, Attorncys-at-Law — 175 Vaughn. Alccia 64,82,86,115 Vaughn. Barry — 64 Vaughn, Terry — 47 Veaughn, Vernon — 32 Verschueren, Tammy — 33, 86 Vocational Nursing I — 87 Vocational Nursing II — 87 Volanski Heating and Air-Conditioning — 144 Wagner. Kris 64,117 Wall, Jack — 68 Wall. Janet — 64 Wall. Karen —47 Wall. Tonya — 64, 83, 124 Wallace. David — 126 Wallace, Marty 64, 114 Wallace, Tina — 47 Walters, Kevin — 58, 83, 110, 114 Walters. Lori — 33, 87 Walton’s Service Company — 133 Warren, Gary Mr. — 76 Warren. Melanie — 7,9, 11,47, 49, 78, 79.81,82, 100. 115 Warren, Terry Mr. — 70 Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Terry — 152 Watson. Mike — 64. 86,97, 99 Watson, Rodney — 64 Watsons Jewelers — 148 Weakly, Dan — 76,91 Weaver. John Mark — 58, 110 Weaver, Tim — 76, 80 Weaver. Trevor — 47, 80, 112, 126 Webb Herring, Dana — 33, 85, 86, 96, 97 Webb, Don J. — 152 Webb. Tracy — 47. 87 Webber, Darrell - 47. 105. 109, 112, 119 Webster, Brett — 47, 90 Weeks, Glen Pontiac Chevrolet 144 Weeks, Joyce 34 Wells, Debbie 76 West Frankfort Awnings — 145 West Frankfort Packing 143 West, Curt — 58 West, Kevin — 64 Westell, Beth Ann — 64, 124 W F R X ____137 White, Michelle 58,93,97,99 Whittington, Shelley — 47 Wichn, Amy — 47, 81 Wilburn, Dawn — 47, 88 Wilburn, Martha 47 Wilburn, Pam — 47, 87,97, 99 Wilder, Jackie 58 Wilder, Wayne 58 Wilkcrson, Teresa — 48, 96.97 Wilkins, Daniel 48 Wilkins, Joan — 58 Williams, Andy 64,97 Williams, Christina 64,86,97 Williams, Clint — 64 Williams, Dina — 64, 88 Williams, Gayle — 11,33,81,82,86.93, 100, 102 Williams, Kim — 33 Williams, Russell - 48 Williams, Troy — 58 Willis, Kim — 58,82, 86 Willmore. Anut — 11,64. 114 Willmorc, David — 7,9, 33. 90, 91, 105, 106 Wilson, Grant — 33, 91 Wilson, Jerry — 58,83, 117 Wilson, Kevin — 33, 78, 79 Winter, Ron Mr. — 76 Witkewiz, Terri — 33,85, 86, 93 Wollescn, Jeff — 48. 83, 84. 126 Woods. Amy — 48, 78, 79, 100, 115 Woods, Angie — 64, 79, 86. 115 Woods, Jon —48, 120 Wortman, Derren — 48, 89, 105, 109, 126 Wortman, Lara 48 Wright, Carole 64 Wright, John—48, 80, 82, 112 Wright's Radio Shack — 147 Wyant’s, Earl — 157 Yocum, Tammy — 48 Yadro Auto Parts — 144 Yadro, Mike — 48,91,92 Yadro, Toni — 11,48.81.82 York, Julie 48.81.86 York, Mary Jane — 76, 87 Young, Lesley — 58 Young, Steve — 64, 114 Youth Board 84 Zeboski, Shane — 64 Zimmer, Rhonda — 58, 85,96, 97 1671983-84 REDBIRD ANNUAL STAFF The completion of another volume of the RED-BIRD ANNUAL has finally come to an end. Although the task of completing Volume 70 of the REDBIRD ANNUAL required much time and effort from each individual involved, the hard work was also rewarding in various ways. 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