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

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1985 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 71 The Redbird Annual Proudly Presents “Year of the New”TABLE OF CONTENTS Changes Make the Difference Homecoming Class ’85 F.C.H.S. Action Camera Day New Spirit at F. Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Administration Faculty Organizations Athletics Advertising IndexChanges Make the Difference New principal, John Taylor, and new superintendent, Terry Warren, and Charley Broy watch the Coronation. F.C.H.S.’s new teachers take time from their busy schedule to pose for a picture in the main office. Susan Malkovich was hired as P.E. teacher late in the 1st semester Mary Lou Hogg, new secretary at F.C.H.S., keeps busy with her new job. The new “Redbird Cheering Section” brings F.C.H.S. fans closer to the action.Miss Francie Broy Queen 1984-85 4ir-.: HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS L P. Murphy, P. Fitzgerald, M. Cardwell, J. Chapman, F. Broy, C. Kerrone, M. Murray, T. Yadro.HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ESCORT — Francie Broy and Donald Peavey. The 68th Homecoming at F.C.H.S. was the highlight of the year 1984-85. The theme of this year’s Homecoming was “New Beginnings.” The Student Council was in charge of all activities. The traditional Chili Supper, Snake Dance, and Sock-Hop were held along with the coronation. The new event for this years homecoming was the Powder-Puff Football Game. Senior Francie Broy was crowned Homecoming Queen. The entire student body participated in the voting for Queen. Runners up were Mia Murray and Toni Yadro. This year’s coronation was attended by the class of 1960, celebrating their 25th Reunion. Class President, Charley Broy shared his memories. The Powder-Puff game was won by the Redbirds, by the score of 20-14. Each team celebrated the success of the new activity. RUNNER-UP AND ESCORT — Doug Smith and Mia Murray. RUNNER-UP AND ESCORT — Jerry McPhail and Toni Yadro. 6JUNIOR ATTENDANTS AND Rcmm. ESCORTS — Kevin Squibb, Jan Chapman, Cara Kerronc, S SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS - Bob Hutchcraft. Patty Murphy, Fitzgerald, John Chismar. Pam FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS — Denny Richey, Laura Fichtel, Michelle Card-well, Derren Wortman. 7M. Murray and T. Yadro await anxiously for “the secret” to be revealed. Homecoming 1984 Court awaits their “Big Moment.” F.C.H.S. Madrigals serenade their queen. MISTRESS AND MASTER OF CEREMONIES — D. Hood and J. Gass. 10The Maroon “Powder-Puff’ team awaits their game plan. Coach Malkovich and Jeff Marvel watch anxiously. Coach DeLap paces the sideline. 11 Turkey Day 1984Redbird Annual Staff Redbird Notes Staff 12Melanie Warren, Student Council President Jerry McPhail, Student Body President Scott Smith and Jon Woods give a “senior look for the camera »u fachirtnc at F P H S nuu iiivy iv vii.. Francie Broy clownsJ. McPhail, Student Body President, prepares to give his “first” speech. D. Donahue looks forward to first hour. M. Warren makes a “business” call for Student Council. -n M. Heal shows-off his “pearly whites.” M. Neeley poses for photographer. F.C.H.S. Action What are they smiling about? 14Redbird Annual Camera Day 1984-85 Second place — Rhonda Zimmer. 15 tT1Z Mike McPhail’s version of the F.C.H.S. mascot. F.C.H.S. students enjoy the activities at the 1984 “Powder-Puff’ Football Game. at F.C.H.S. Colleen Cowan played the position of quarterback for the Gray birds at the 1984 “Powder-Puff’ Football Game. 16 The 1984 “Powder-Puff’ Cheerleaders display their talent.The SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS for 1984-85 were: Melissa Neeley, Treasurer; Toni Yadro, Secretary; Kenny Harrawood, President; and Melanie Warren, Vice-President. When the Senior class began high school, it seemed that their Senior year would never come. Now, as the Senior class prepares for graduation and the reality of life, they will always remember the many days spent at F.C.H.S.: the memories of choosing who would become their Homecoming Queen, making life-long friends, and for some even meeting the person of their dreams. The officers who represented the Senior class were; Kenny Harrawood, Pres.; Melanie Warren, V-Pres.; Toni Yadro, Sec.; and Melissa Neeley, Treas. The class also selected Miss Francie Broy as their Homecoming Queen. Mia Murray and Toni Yadro were runners up to the Queen. When the Senior class came into high school, they never expected the effect the school would have on their lives. As graduation nears, they realize that all of the hard work and many hours put into the four years have been well worth the effort and will never be forgotten. 18 Rhonda Armes Kristin Barker Tonya Braggs Tim Braddy Tammy BranchThe Redbird Annual Proudly Francie Broy Mike Butler Amy Calhoun John Chismar Adrian Clover Carmel CollinsIntroduces the 1985 Senior Class Kathleen Cowan Dennis Donahue Tracy Crawford Mike Crabtree David Donahue Mike Darby Steve Donovan Marilyn DuaneHolli Essary 7 A Marianne Ericson Debbie Duncan Jeff Filkins Darren Frazier Susie Gardner Russel Freeman Paula Frazier 22John Gass Lori Gulley Kenny Harrawood Matt Heal Rich Hogebaum Paula Gibbs Tommy Gulley Bruce Hall 23Seniors Look Forward to Bret Hood Dawn Horsley Renee Johnson Dawn Hood Melanie Hopper Bob Hutchcraft Scott Isaacs Richard Jones Melissa JoplinGraduation With Great Anticipation Kim Keene Kerry Lamar Teri Jovi - Shelley Karoski s i Christy Krantz Susan Lee Matt Karnes Mike Koczorowski Mike Laswell 25Angie Lindsey Sheri Lude Bruce McClerren Tammy Lipe Leilani MacJannet Don McClintock Charles Lovell Kim Mayhew Mark McDanielTraci Meracle Misty Mills 27 Gene Mitchell Mark Moore Mia MurraySeniors Have Lasting Memories Melissa Neeley Cathy Osterhout Don Peavey Wendy Pruett Jeff Pulliam Christina Rachels Steve Remm 28of Their Years in High Denny Richey k' w Angie Robertson Diana Russell Barry Ross Kevin Russell Chip Romack School Richie Rogers Danny Russell Kim Schloss Amy Shelby John Shelby Tim Series 30Kevin Squibb Amy Stubblefield Jennifer Summers Jeff Straka Craig Stevens Shelia Sturgeon Debbie Sullivan Nancy Summers Robbie Tango 31The Class of 1985 Enjoyed Tom Tedeschi Frank Tresso David Thompson Michelle Trotter Tommy Tomlinson Kent Trovillion Karen Wall Trevor Weaver Melanie WarrenTheir Final Year of High School Brett Webster Martha Wilburn Shelley Whittington Teresa Wilkerson Darrell Webber Dawn Wilburn Russ Williams Jeff Wollesen Amy WoodsJon Woods Julie York Derren Wortman Lara Wortman Tamme Yocum Toni Yadro Not Pictured Charlie Bratcher Theresa Crawford Deanna Downs Jerry Gass Larry Hand Frank Owens Aimee Powless Norman Pyles Amy Wiehn Mike Yadro 34Senior Activities Adelsberger, James Adkins, Eddie — Basketball Video, Football Video, Homecoming Video. Armes, Charles Armes, Rhonda — Powder-Puff Football 4. Barker, Kristi — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Honor Society 3, 4; Youth Board 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1,2, 3, 4. Boner, David — F.T.A. 1, 2, 3. Braddy, Tim — Track 1,2; Football 2. Braggs, Tonya Branch, Tammy — Powder-Puff Football 4. Bratcher, Charlie Broy, Francie — Homecoming Queen 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Youth Board 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 4. Butler, Mike — Madrigals 4; Swing Choir 4; Band 1, 2,4; Chorus 1,2, 4; Pep Band 1,2,4. Calhoun, Amy — Band 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 1. Campbell, Darlene — Chorus; Nike Club; Science Club; F. T. A. Cannon, Brent — Football 1,2, 3. Carter, Cathy — Powder-Puff Football 4; Student Council 1,2, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 2, 3; F.T.A. 1,2, 3,4. Chismar, John — Football 1, 2, 3,4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. Clover, Adrian — Golf 3, 4; Science Club 3; Wrestling 1; Band 1,4; Student Council 3. Collins, Carmel Candie — F.H.A. Heroes; Powder-Puff Football 4; Red Peppers 4. Cowan, Kathleen — Volleyball 4; Powder-Puff Football 4. Crabtree, Mike — Football 1, 2, 3,4. Crawford, Tracy Daniell, Eddie — Science Club 4; Art Circle 4; Powder-Puff Cheerleader 4. Darby, Mike — Wrestling 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Donahue, David — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student Council 4. Donahue, Dennis— Band. Downs, Deanne — Chorus. Duane, Marilyn — F.T.A. 1; Pom-Pon 1. Duncan, Debbie Ericson, Marianne — Girls' Basketball 4; Volleyball 4; Girls’ Softball 4; Red Peppers 4. Essary, Holli — Band 1; Sub-Debs 3, 4 — Officer 4; Honor Society 3,4. Filkins, Jeff Ford, Mike Frazier, Darren Frazier, Paula — Girls’ Basketball 1, 4; Art Circle 1, 2,3,4. Freeman, Russel — Football. Gardner, Susie — Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Powder-Puff Football 4; Youth Board 3, 4 — Officer 3 — Pres. Gass, Jerry — Master of Ceremonies 4. Gass, John Gibbs, Paula — Honor Society 3, 4; Nike Club 3, 4 — Treasurer; Sub-Debs 4. Glover, Kay — Honor Society 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3; Youth Board 2, 3, 4; Soft-ball 3. Gulley, Lori — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1 Treasurer. Hall, Bruce— Football; Basketball. Hand, Larry Harrawood, Kenny — Class Officer 3, 4 — Pres.; Basketball 1, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4 — Vice-Pres.; Student Council 3, 4 — Vice-Pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Heal, Matt — Football 1,2, 3 — Stats. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4 — Pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2. Henderson, Teresa Hogebaum, Rich Hood, Bret — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; REDB1RD Annual 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-Editor 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3 — Officer 3; Honor Society 3,4. Hood, Dawn — Softball 1, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3,4; Pom-Pon 1; Volleyball 1. Hopper, Melanie — Art Circle 1, 2; Powder-Puff Football 4. Horsley, Dawn Hutchcraft, Bob Isaacs, Scott— Baseball 3, 4. Johnson, Renee— F.H.A. 1. Jones, Richard P. Joplin, Melissa Jovi, Teri — Powder Puff Football 4; Softball 1. Karnes, Matt Karoski, Shelley — Student Council 1,2, 3; Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4; Pom-Pon 1,2; REDBIRD ANNUAL 4; Office Worker 2, 3,4. Keene, Kim — F.H.A.; Office Worker. Koczorowski, Mike Krantz, Christy — Student Council 4; REDBIRD Notes 1, 2; Red Peppers 4. LaMar, Kerry — Student Council 2; Sub-Debs 4; Honor Society 3,4; Band 1,2. Laswell, Mike — Baseball 2, 3,4. Lee, Susan — Homecoming Attendant 1; Nike Club 3. Lindsey, Angie — Powder-Puff Football 4. Lipe, Tammy — Madrigals 4; Swing Choir 4; F.H.A. 1.2.3, 4; Chorus 4; Powder-Puff Football 4. Lovell, Charles Lude, Sheri — Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Pom-Pon 1, 2. MacJannet, Leilani — Powder-Puff Football 4. Marks, Carolyn Mayhew, Kim — Girls’ Basketball; Art Circle; Youth Board; Chorus. McClerren, Bruce — Art Circle. McClintock, Don McDaniel, Mark — Art Circle 1, 2, 3, 4 — Pres. 4; Science Club 3, 4. McPhail, Jerry — Student Body Pres. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, ,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2.3.4. 35Senior Activities McPhail, Kathy — Redpeppers 4 — Pres.; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Librarian 1, 2. Meracle, Traci Miller, Lance — Youth Board 3, 4, — Vice-Pres. 4; Redbird Mascot 2. Mills, Mechelle Mills, Misty — Nike Club 3, 4 — Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Pom-Pon 1,2. Mitchell, Gene — Track 3; Football 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; Class Officer 1,2 — Pres. Moore, Mark Murray, Mia — Cheerleader 1; Pom-Pon 2; Class Officer 1 — Sec.; Science Club 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 2,4. Neeley, Melissa — Class Officer 3, 4 — Treas.; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4; Band 1. Osterhout, Cathy Peavey, Don — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Powder-Puff Football Coach 4. Pickering, Christie — F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 — Sec. 4; Honor Society 3,4; Redpeppers 4. Poole, David Powless, Aimee — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Science Club 3,4. Pruett, Wendy — Pom-Pon 1; F.T.A. 1. Pulliam, Jeff — Band 1,2, 3,4. Pyles, Norman Rachels, Tina — Girls’ Basketball 1; F.H.A. 1. Rcmm, Steve — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Baseball 4. Richey, Denny— Football; Basketball; Baseball. Robertson, Angie — Powder-Puff Football 4; F.T.A.; F.H.A. Rogers, Richie— Football 1, 2; Wrestling 2; Band 1. Romack, Chip — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; REDBIRD Notes 3,4. Ross, Barry — Football. Russell, Danny — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Board 1, 2, 3. Russell, Diana - F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Librarian 3. Russell, Kevin Schloss, Kim — Chorus. Series, Tim Shelby, Amy — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Board 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2; F.T.A. 3,4; F.C.A. 4. Shelby, John Short, Charles — Football; Powder-Puff Football Coach. Sigler, Donnetta — Cheerleader 4; Student Council 2, 3; Nike Club 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Powder-Puff Football 4. Skinner, Scott Smith, Doug — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Track 1. Smith, Nancy— F.T.A. 2. Smith, Scott — Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1. Squibb, Kevin — Football 1, 2, 3,4; Track 1, 2, 3. Stevens, Craig Straka, Jeff Stubblefield, Amy — Powder-Puff Football 4. Sturgeon, Shelia Sullivan, Debbie— Redpeppers; F.H.A. Summers, Jennifer — Power-Puff Football 4; F.T.A. 2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,3,4; Office Worker 3. Summers, Nancy — Powder-Puff Football 4; Madrigals 4; Swing Choir 4; Science Club 4. Tango, Robbie — Wrestling 3. Tedeschi, Tom — Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 4; Scholar Bowl 3. Thompson, David — Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Powder-Puff Football Coach 4. Tomlinson, Tommy — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2,3. Tomshack, Robert Tresso, Frank Trotter, Michelle — Office Worker 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Varsity Basketball Stats. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Vice-Pres. 2; F.T.A. 1,2. Trovillion, Kent — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3; Football Manager 3. Wall, Karen—F.T.A. 1. Warren, Melanie — Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4 — Capt. 2, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 — Officer 2, 3, 4 — Pres. 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 — Vice-Pres.; REDBIRD Annual 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-Editor 4; Homecoming Attendant 1,3. Weaver, Trevor—Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Football 1,2. Webber, Darrell — Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 3; Track 1,2. Webster, Brett Whittington, Shelley Wiehn, Amy — Sub-Debs 2, 3. Wilburn, Dawn — Honor Society 3, 4; Redpeppers 4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4. Wilburn, Martha Wilkerson, Teresa — Drum Major 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Chorus Pres. 4; Madrigals 4. Williams, Russ Wollesen, Jeff — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, Basketball 1, Youth Board Pres. 1, 2. Woods, Amy — REDBIRD Annual 1, 2, 3, 4 — Co-Editor 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Trackette 1, 2, 3, 4; Redpeppers 4; Honor Society 3,4. Woods, Jon — Golf 1, 2, 3; Science Club Pres. 4; Interpreters Theater Vice-Pres. 4. Wortman, Derren — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3,4. Wortman, Lara — Office Worker 4; Pom-Pon 1,2. Wright, John — Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Yadro, Mike Yadro, Toni — Class Officer 2, 3, 4 — Sec.; Homecoming Attendant 2, 4; Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4 — Sec. 4; Student Council 1,2, 3; Youth Board-1,2. Yocum, Tamme — Powder-Puff Football 4. York, Julie — Sub-Debs 2, 3, 4 — Pres. 4; Honor Society 3,4; Nike Club 3, 4; Youth Board 1. 36JR. HIGHJUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Brigett Davis, Vice President; Nathan Norman, President; Jan Chapman, Treasurer; Susan Stcinmetz and Gina Reed, Co-Secretaries. The class of 1986 entered its junior year at F.C.H.S. ready to become upperclassmen. The excitement of high school has worn off and now they are beginning to concentrate on their studies. Cara Kerone and Jan Chapman were chosen Homecoming attendants. The officers elected by the class were: Nathan Norman, President; Brigett Davis, Vice President; Jan Chapman, Treasurer; Susan Steinmetz and Gina Reed, Co-Secretaries. Mr. Donald Hobbs was the junior class sponsor. Under his guidance the class was able to raise the money needed to make the 1984-85 Prom a success. The juniors are proud of the progress they have made at F.C.H.S. They are looking forward to their Final year with great enthusiasm. 38Darlene Adams Vicki Adelsbergcr Jeff Aldridge Scott Allerding Eric Barnes Chris Bedokis Angie Brace Duwaync Brookhouse Pam Burke Kristi Bussler Lauri Cadle David T. Cameron Tina Cardwell Kim Carr Jan Chapman 39Juniors Are Proud of the Progress John Chapman Becky Claridy Sherry Clayton Libby Clover Colleen Cowan Terry Crafton Amy Crews Susan Culpepper Brigett Davis Mark Dees Carl Dencausse Tim Dial Tracey Doty Angie Dunning Sarah Englcr 40That They Have Made Ed Everett Julie Filkins Kenneth Filkins Andy Fiori Duwaync Fisher Mike Fitzpatrick Michael Goff Suzi Gosnell Judson Grace Amanda Gray Steve Grzanich Cathy Hall Jeff Hamilton Lori Hammers James Hankins 41Kristen Hanna John Hays Michael J. Henson Ricky Henson Russell Henson Darren Herring Dawn Hindman Dawn Hogebaum Kim Hogg David Holloman Mark Hopper Ed Hubbard Betty Ingersoll Scott Innis Monica Irvin 42Eric Jacobs Melissa Jent Alisa Johnson Rebecca Johnson Glenda Johnston Matt Jones Kerry Jones Chris Jordan Todd Kalaher Billy Kaminski Victoria Keene Cara Kerrone Amy Kinsman Sara Kirby Clint Knight 43The Juniors Were Able to Collect Roger Lane Shelly Lay John Layne Jay Lindsey Emilee Litherland Roxanne Mabry Beth Martin Tim Martin Robby Massey David McCracken Barbara McElyea Matt McGhee John McReynolds Debbie Melvin Joni Melvin 44Memories During the Year Curt Messamore Bobbi Mikutis Nicole Minton Dcon Mitchell Richard Moore Jeff Morgan Chris Morgenthaler Daryn Morris Heather Mosley Rene Neibel Amy Nolen Nathan Norman JeffOdle Valerie Odum Frank Owens 45Rae Parrish Lynn Paulk Steve Pcavey Anastasia Pesselato Kelly Peterson Matthew Podnar Patrick Pohl Noel Pond Chris Raubach Gina Reed Heather Roberts Jo Lyn Rose Kevin Royc Sherri Rumsey Jamie Russell 46Marla Salingue Keith Sanders Dana Sapp Terry Shelton Jill Shupe Mike Simmons Donna Simpson Richard Sing Jeff Smilanich Dyke Smith J. T. Smith Chris Snyder Kevin Spain Jeff Spiller George Stanley 47The Juniors Are Looking Forward Tina Stanley Susan Stcinmetz Roseann Stewart Tony Stoner Stacey Summers Dan Talbott Shawn Talluto Billy Tanner Jamey Tennyson Melody Thomas Stacy Thomas Tracy Thomas Lennic Thompson Amy Tomanovich Dana Tyler 48to Their Last Year at FCHS Kevin Walters John Mark Weaver Curt West Michelle L. White Joan Wilkins Troy Williams Kim Willis Jerry Wilson Lesley Young NOT PICTURED Sondra Barrett Melissa Boyer Daniel Buckingham Teri Rice 49J. Hamilton looks on as S. Grzanich and M. Podnar run a program on the computer. M. Jent adds totals in the attendance office. C. Jordan works on assignment for REDB1RD NOTES. J. Rose questions the length of M. Simmons’ hair. Chemistry has a few moments of free time before the bell rings.SOPHOMORESSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — Kim Golis, Vice President; Pam Fitzgerald, Treasurer: Anut Willmore. President; and John Melvin, Secretary. The class of 1987 started their second year at F.C.H.S. with anticipation and excitement. They know that after this year they will be upperclassmen. The Sophomore class, under the direction of class sponsor Paul Grammer, sold items from Tom Watt Kits, which was the last selling project for the class. The class has raised enough money in the last two years to pay for all activities in the future. Every year each class has the opportunity to choose the class officers and the Homecoming attendants that will represent them during the year. The Sophomore class officers for this year were Anut Willmore, president; Kim Golis, vice president; John Melvin, secretary; and Pam Fitzgerald, treasurer. Chosen as attendants were Pam Fitzgerald and Patty Murphy. This year the Sophomore class became involved in many clubs and were initiated into the Key Club and Sub Debs. Most of the students turned 16 and received their driver’s license. The class of 1987 will always remember their second year of high school as they look forward to being Juniors. 52Tricia Adkins Stacy Allen Radha Aiwa Tom Austin Kim Barnes Alex Batts Lori Beasley Michelle Boner Steve Boren Tina Brace Kevin Bradley Matt Braner Mark Bright Jena Calcatcrra Krista Caraway Kcri Chance Melanie Clover Chris Coleman Janell Coleman Jerry Crabtree Kevin Craig Ronald Crawford Shane Croslin Teresa Culpepper 53The Class of 1987 Is Looking Jo Anna Dalton James Davis Michelle Dawson Lisa Day Rene DeGroof Toni Deason Leah Denham Tom Dinn Donna Dodd John Dorris Jesse Edwards John Edwards Scott Ellis Todd Engram Jackie Filkins Kevin Filkins Pam Fitzgerald Jay Forgatch Ryan Forrest Ranessa Freeman Dave Galli Amy Gass Don Gass Cahrric Gipson 54Forward to Their Junior Year Barbara Glodich Kim Golis Jennifer Graskewicz Gayle Griffith Shannon Grotti Kristie Hamilton Kenny Hargett Bill Hartley Brent Hays Joe Hemminger Karen Herstedt Nick Hill Scott Hively Christine Hood Glen Hopper Chris Hurtte Tina Jacobs Cary James Gary Jarvis Jill Jeffries Joe Johnston Danny Jones Floyd Jones Paula Kaytor 55Marty Kelly John Kelso Corky Kclton Trisha Kelton Roger King Brent Kondritz Monica Lawrence Jim Ledbetter Angela Lee David Lewis Holly Lewis Bruce Linsley Kristi Lintner Lome Lucas Mike Lucas Tricia Martin Jeff Marvel Bill Masters Tim McDaniel Mike McElwrath Karen McElyea John McKcown Scott McLain Micheal McPhail 56Pat McPhail Jim Melvin John Melvin Lisa Menees Trent Miller Joey Mocaby Shiela Moore Tim Morthland Patty Murphy Ronnie Nelson Barry Neville Sara O’Conner Lori Odle Dean Overturf Tom Palasky Tricia Patton Ricky Pickering Cathy Plasters Brad Poole Lance Powless Eric Price Gayla Price Shannon Price Bob Pruett 57Sophomores Felt the Excitement Chris Pugh Annette Pyles Allen Rich Brett Richerson Chuck Richerson Scott Roan David Russell Todd Ruzich Dianne Sakonyi Steve Schram David Sevenski Tony Sipes Brett Sloan Julie Smith Larry Starrick Chris Staten Vance Stewart Chrissy Stilley Joe Stitely Becky Stodghill Dwayne Summers Lori Swarthout Belle Tanner Jackie Taylorof the New Spirit at F.C.H.S. Tim Tharp Brian Todich Alecia Vaughn Kris Wagner Janet Wall Tonya Wall Marty Wallace Mike Watson Rodney Watson Beth Ann Westell Andy Williams Christi Williams Clint Williams Dina Williams Jack Williams Anut Willmore Angie Woods Diane Wright Steve Young Shane Zcboski NOT PICTURED Angie Brown Mike Gonzales Eddie Marks Glenda Morgan Tammy Urban Sandra Williams 59Introducing the 1984-85 F.C.H.S. Beautv Paeeant contestants. Sophomore girls enjoy the best of times. Kristi Lintner tells Dyke Smith who the boss is. Tricia Patton gives Tom Palasky beauty tips. Tricia Adkins suffers through Sub Debs initiations. 60FRESHMENFRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS — Lisa Watkins, Treasurer; Laura Fichtel, Vice President; Alan Willmore, President; and Danny Broy, Secretary. The class of ’88 will never forget their first year at F.C.H.S. Even though they were considered “balcony birds” they were able to win the spirit stick many times during pep sessions. With the help of their class sponsor, Miss Terri Palmer, who was assisted by Mrs. Linda Stevens and Mr. Dave McHaney, the class was able to raise money by selling cookies and M M’s. The Homecoming attendants representing the Freshman class were Michelle Cardwell and Laura Fichtel. The Freshman class officers chosen were as follows; Allan Willmore, President; Laura Fichtel, Vice-President; Lisa Watkins, Secretary; and Danny Broy, Treasurer. The class of 1988’s Freshman year has come to an end, but they have many memories that they will never forget. 62Jason Adkins Tom Adkins John Austin Gcrri Bchn Angela Lee Bennett Randy Bennett Kevin Blades Melissa Bostian Bart Bratcher Deborah Bratcher Michelle Bromley Vickie Brown Chuck Broy Danny Broy Raymond Burke Michelle Cardwell Marcus Chance Julie Chismar Steve Cima Tamara Lane Clark Mike Clutts Shauna Collins Ollie Cooper Sean Cowan Betsy Crowder Jacqueline Cutter Deanna Dale Den non Davis Jacquelyn Davis Brian Dorris Lcslec Downs Michelle Dragovich Michelle Dunning Brenda Edwards Sara Elliot 63Freshmen Look for Guidance Steve Engler Phillip Erthall Amy Essick Laura Fichtel Tracy Filkins Nichole Frazier Rachel Frazier Robin Garland David Giacone Deede Gipson Elizabeth Goff John Griffin Carla Groves Gene Gunter Kim Gunter Stacy Harkins Steve Harkins Steve Harriss Clint Hawkins Phillip Hayes Angela Henson DaNae Hessel Kelvin Hocker John Hogebaum James Hood Diana Hopkins Rick Hopper Jamison Howard Tonia Huffhine Laurie James Mike Johnson Greg Johnston Tim Johnston Jim Jones Lori Jude 64and Counseling From Faculty Alan Kaminski Jeff Karnes Stefanie King Polly Kirkman Rudy Knight Vanessa Koczrowski Mike Lang Joe Las well Heidi Layman Carolyn Lee Lori Ligon Joe Lingle Cindy Litherland Timothy Litherland Kim Lovan Pam Ludc Kim McCord Donnie McElmurry Carmen McPhail Dana Miller Jonathan Miller Lavar Miller Denver Mitchell Jenna Mitchell Robert Mitchell Sean Mocaby Martin Moffett Tracy Mondino Dawn Montgomery Kelly Morgan Matt Morris Jennifer Murray Richard Neibch Laura Nolen Scott O’Daniel 65Charles Ogden Mike Oster Natalie Osterhout Mike Pappas Angie Paulk Mike Periman Billie Jo Pohl Patty Pugh Julie Pulliam Teresa Pyles Ramu Rao Michelle Ray B. J. Reach Kreg Reed Tim Reeder Linda Reyna Robert Richard Stacy Richerson Traci Rumscy Greg Russell Jimmy Sanders Scott Sapp Gerald Sims Donald Smith Jason Smith Brent Smothers Tommy Somers Kevin Spears Mike Stanislawski Dean Steinberger Teresa Stoner Tracey Stoner Tara Story John Sturgeon Amy Sullivan 66Jeff Tango Todd Taylor Kelly A. Thomas Kelly B. Thomas Raymond Thomas Tracy Thomas Teresa Thompson Jenny Thorpe Lisa Tinsley Kathy Toth Lee VanZandt Ronnie Vaughn Steve Volanski Shana Waidc Jami Wallace Lisa Walters Lisa Watkins Robert Weaver Tyler Weaver Cindy Wharton Denise White Michelle Whobrey Mike Wicker Angie Wilburn John Wilce Ray Williams Jonathon Willis Allan Willmore Danny Wilson Marcus Wilson Jason Wyciskalla Susan Yarbrough 67FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Amy Clayton Anita Fries Tanya Doty Bobb Gardner Vince Doty Charles McElyca Freshman boys enjoy the freedom of eating lunch off campus. D. Hopkins. K. McCord. A. Essick arc proud to be members of the band. Freshmen learn typing skills in Business Careers. Ms. DcLap's room displays Redbird Pride. Mrs. Blackwood’s Algebra I class struggles through a hard test. 68ADMINISTRATIONMr. Terry Warren Superintendent District 168 The 1984-85 school year started with many changes. Among them was a new superintendent, Mr. Terry Warren. Mr. Warren escalated to this position after serving as principal of both Denning Elementary School and Central Junior High School. His experiences as an F.C.H.S. English teacher, head of the English Department, and a principal will help him create a unique communication among all the schools. This, in turn, will help the educational system function as a whole. Mr. Warren is an integral part of the community. Supervising the schools makes him a man of extreme importance. He continues to provide guidance and leadership for better education. The Board of Education is also an important part of the educational system. The members are elected by the people and are given a job with great responsibility. All problems that the schools might encounter must be solved by the Board of Education. It is the Board's job to decide where to place all appropriate funds. They also are in charge of improving the schools in every way possible. Mr. Fred Kondritz serves as President, and Mr. Michael Riva serves as Secretary. BOARD OF EDUCATION — Row I: J. Wall. D. Broy. L. Hopkins. M. Riva. Row 2: F. Kondritz. M. Simpson. B. Osterhout. 70Mr. John Taylor, F.C.H.S. Principal Another change in the high school for the 1984-85 school year is a new principal. His name is Mr. John Taylor. Mr. Taylor had an interesting first year as F.C.U.S.'s principal. He had many jobs to perform as principal. He is in charge of coordinating all school activities, advising students, and making F.C.H.S. better as a whole. Many problems occur to a high school during a school year. Mr. Taylor was always there to resolve them. He said, “My first year here at F.C.H.S. has been one of the most enjoyable experiences of my professional career.” He further stated. “If this year at F.C.H.S. can be described as being a good year, it’s because the people involved (the student body, the faculty, and the community) have demonstrated support and enthusiasm." Mrs. Betty Grotti Mrs. Mary Lou Hogg Mrs. Marty Innis 71J Mrs. Vicki Johnson was a teacher aide for Mrs. Orso. Mrs. Billie Gray was a teacher aide for Mrs. P. Smith. Student Council President M. Warren discusses Homecoming activities with Mr. Taylor. I C H S. Secretaries B. Cirotti and M Hogg check attendance sheets. 72FACULTYF.C.H.S. Faculty Creates and Mr. Russell Clover Mrs. Donnette Dean Mr. George Clark Ms. Judy DeLap Mr. Larry DeMattei Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris 74Motivates for Better Education Mr. Gene Ernest Mr. Paul Grammcr Miss Dolores Grosco Mrs. Sharon Helleny Mr. Donald Hobbs Mrs. Sandra Fiori Mr. George Grosco Mr. Harold HoodMiss Alice Hrovatich Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow Mrs. Liz Orso Mr. Charles lelase Mr. George Karoski Mr. David McHaney Mr. Tim Murphy Miss Terri Palmer Mr. Steve Pasko 76Mr. Don Rice Mrs. Mary Rich Mr. Pat Sipes Mrs. Peggy Smith Mrs. Linda Stevens Mr. Charles Smith78 Mrs. Blackwood. “Who is that masked man?”ORGANIZATIONSREDBIRD ANNUAl. Row 1: S. Young, A. Fiori. Row 2: B. Hood, K. Lintncr, C. Gipson. Angie Woods. S. Karoski, Amy Woods, K. Barnes. Row 3: B. Glodich, J. Rose, E. Jacobs, M. Warren. 80Staff members A. Fiori, B. Glodich, K. Barnes, and S. Young. Staff members K. Lintnerand Angie Woods. Staff members S. Karoski and C. Gipson. 81ST I DIM COt NCI I Row I: M. Warren, J. Wright. K. Harrawood. P. Murph .l) Donahue Row 2: C . Lee. P. Fit gerald. A. Woods. B. Davis. A. Vaughn. I Broy. M. Wicker, D. Davis. C. Hall. G. Reed. M Pappas. J. Chapman. C . Kerrone. L. Lichtel. Council Represents Student Body STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS K. Harrawood. V. Pres.; P. Murphy. Ass'l See.; J. Wright. Treas.; M. Warren. Pres.; D. Donahue. Treas.; and Not Pictured: M. Neeley. Sec. The Student Council plays an important role in all activities that take place at F.C.H.S. This year, because of the cancellation of Turkey Day, the Council faced a big challenge — what to do with Homecoming. The 1984 Homecoming saw many changes. The Powder-Puff Football Game was introduced and turned out to be a big success. The Student Council distributed Sports Annuals at all athletic events, raised the money to finance all Homecoming activities, and organized a program that “adopted” families at Christmas. They raised funds, shopped for Christmas dinner and provided gifts for needy families. The Council also helped to decorate the school for Christmas, sponsored paper flower sales on Valentine’s Day, and held “Green Day” on St. Patrick’s Day. 82SUB 1)1 BS Row I: Mrs. York. S. I.udc, K. I.intncr. M. Neeley, A. Tomanovich. A. Woods. Mrs. Smith. Row 2: H. Ussary. P. (iibbs. K. LaMar. .1. York. A. Vaughn. P. Iit gcrald. T. Yadro. Row 3: C. Hall. T. Adkins. M. Mills. M. Warren. J. Rose. I) Sakonyi. S. Karoski. T. Patton. SI B 1)1 B OH K I RS Row I S. I.udc. Trcas.. T. Yadro. Sec. Row 2: H. Essary. Hist.. J. York. Pres Row 3: S. Karoski. V. Pres. Sub Debs is an organization for all Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls, who are interested in civic improvements. Scholarship, leadership, and self-integrity are the desirable characteristics for membership. The sponsors this year were Mrs. Peggy Smith and Mrs. Mary Jane York. Sub Debs is a service organization affiliated with the Junior Women's Club. The group holds their meetings at members' homes. This year's activities included helping the Junior Women's Club with The Princess Flame ceremonies, working at the Old King Coal Race, working concessions for games, selling candy bars, having a Christmas party, and attending a Mother-Daughter Banquet. 83KEY CLUB Row 1: K. Harrawood, A. Willmorc, E. Jacobs, T. Marlin, C. Staicn, J. Mays, M. Podnar, N. Norman. Row 2: M. Wallace, M. McPhail, J. Dorris, T. Sipes, J. Wright, T. Morthland, M. Meal, E. Barnes, B. Poole. Row 3: J. McPhail, P. McPhail, B. Mood, C. Snyder, T. Weaver,T. Palasky, D. Donahue, M. Darby,S. Young, Mr. Weaver. The Key Club is a service organization that is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. The club is open for membership to all senior, junior, and sophomore boys who have proved themselves enterprising students and exceptional leaders. The Key Club is one of the oldest and one of the most respected clubs of the high school. The group's advisor is Mr. Tim Weaver. This year the Key Club renewed its tradition of initiating new- members during school hours. The Key Club's activities were: helping with the annual Kiwanis Barbeque and the 10K Race that took place during the Old King Coal Festival held in the fall. KEY CLUB OFFICERS Row I: K. Harrawood. V Pres.; M. Meal. Pres. Row 2: T. Weaver. Trcas.; and M. Darby. Sec. 84COMPUTER CLUB — Row 1: G. Griffith. R Bennct.S. Collins, L. Powless, P, Fitzgerald, S. McLain. J. Smith, M McElwrath, H. Layman. Row 2: M. White, A. Williams, A. Vaughn. K. Golis, T. Patton, T. Adkins. J. Mocaby, J. Shelby, S. Harris, M. Watson. K. Carr. Row 3: T. Thorpe, R. Forrest, S. Grzanich, R. DeGroof, A. Batts, T. Cameron, R. Henson, K. Sanders, C. Gipson. Our organization is the first of its kind here at F.C.H.S. The club is made up of computer enthusiasts, those who know almost everything about the machines, and those who know some and arejearning even more. The F.C.H.S.C.C. has a number of goals. The first of these is to provide an atmosphere in which students can learn about computers at their own speed. Other objectives include expanding our knowledge to the lower grades, in hopes of at least introducing to them, the tools of the future. Mrs. Gcnclle Bedokis is the sponsor of the Computer Club. COMPUTER CLUB OFFICERS — Row 1: M. White, Treas., A. Vaughn, Sec. Row 2: T. Cameron, V. Pres., S. Grzanich. Pres. 85REDB1RD NOTES — Row I: D. Sakonyi, T. Adkins, C. Romack. Row 2: K. Bradley, C. Jordan, B. Kondritz, C. Bcdokis, S. Grzanich, J. Aldridge. The Voice of Frankfort Community High School has taken long strides in the past year. This school year of 1984-85 the REDBIRD NOTES was published seven times. This was five more issues than last year. The extra issues were the result of a new layout of only four pages instead of the customary eight. Members of the staff tackled many controversial issues such as abortion, sex, child abuse, mandatory seat belts, and the REDBIRD NOTES published detailed information of the 1984 Presidential Election — a First! One of the hopes for the 1986 school year is to publish a newspaper every month. Advisor Mr. R. Clover and REDBIRD NOTES Editor J. Aldridge.Redbird Notes staff member, Kevin Bradley, works on computer. Redbird Notes staff members Dianne Sakonyi, Chris Bcdokis, and Tricia Adkins. Redbird Notes staff members Steve Grzanich and Chris Jordan. 87RED PEPPERS - Row . N. Minion, L. Cadic, S. Eude, D. Sullivan, S. Gardner, C. Pickering, S. Sleinmeiz, ). Tyler, D. Hood. B. Martin. Row 2 . 3. Shupc, 3. Chapman, A. Woods, K. Carr, D. Wilburn, C. Hail, A. Nolen, S. Culpepper, S. Rumscy, D. Melvin, R. Mabry Row 3: M. Ericson, F.Broy,D.Sigler, K. Peterson, K. McPhail, R. Zimmer,G. Johnsion,S. Karoski,C. Krantz, M. Mills. M. Warren, J. Rose. RED PEPPERS — Row L H. Layman, S. Elliot, B Crowder, M. Boner, A. Woods, H. Lewis, S. Yarbrough. R. Frazier. D. Dale, A. Wilburn. S. King, T. Jacobs. Row 2. K. Lintncr, P. Murphy, B. Glodich. J. Coleman, J. Calcatcrra, M Clover. J. Graskcwicz, A. Paulk. J. Cutter, S. Collins, C. Lee. Row J: K. Lovan.T. Pyles, V. Koczorowski. C. Litherland, M. Ray.T. Doty, K. Barnes, L. Menees, N. Oslerhout. L. Jude, L. Fichtel, L. Lucas. Row 4. K. Caraway. B. Stodghill. A. Henson, J. Mitchell. D. Sakonyi, T. Adkins, L. James, L. Ligon. A. Vaughn. K. Golis, T. Patton,T. Stoner, C. McPhail.RED PEPPER OFFICERS Row 1: P. Murphy, B. Glodich, T. Jacobs, C. Krantz, D. Sakonyi. Row 2: J.Shupc, K. McPhail. Red Peppers Add New Spirit 89 Red Peppers gave the football team their full support.ADVANCED ART — Row 1: E. Daniel), C. Coleman, P. Pohl, K. Mayhew, P. Frazier, A. Brace. Row 2: A. Lee, S. Clayton, M. McPhail, J. Weaver, S. Ellis, J. Crabtree, A. Pessalato, Mr. Murphy. Row 3: C. Stevens, M. McDaniel, E. Adkins, D. Galli, S. Young, J. Wollosen, B. Tanner, B. Neivelle, J. Wilson. ART CIRCLE — Row 1: D. Bratcher, L. Nolen, P. Frazier, S. O’Connor, S. Gardoner, K. Mayhew, M. Dragovich, J. Laswcll, R. Knight. Row 2: Mr. Murphy, B. Pohl, L. Odlc, S. Price, T. Stoner, J. Hogebaum, E. Daniell, P. Pohl, C. Williams. Row 3: E. Goff, J. Crabtree, M. McPhail, J. Wilson, M. McDaniels, J. Gass, R. Crawford, M. Morris, T. Wall, P. Earthall. 90NIKE CLUB — Row 1: M. Mills, G. Reed, B. Glodich, T. Jacobs. Row 2: S. Collins, A. Crews, P. Gibbs. J. York, F. Broy, K. Jones, Mrs. Grosco. Row 3: S. Culpepper, K. Hanna, D. Sigler, C. Gipson, M. Mills, L. Beasley, K. Golis. SCIENCE CLUB — Row 1: Mrs. Stevens, A. Powlcss, S. Gosnell, J. Chismar, A. Essick, T. Mocndino. M. Dawson. M. Clover, P. Pohl, C. Jordan, J. Stitely, L. Powless, Mr. Grosco. Row 2: J. Jeffries, E. Daniels, M. Murray, M. Watson, J. Coleman, J. Calcatcrra, T. Adkins, R. Stewart, S. McLain, S. Kirby, D. Campbell, J. Dalton, C. Williams. Row 3: A. Vaughn, T. Patton, D. Herring, K. Colis, B. Hays, C. Gipson, K. Sanders, B. Neivelle, T. McDaniel, N. Summers, L. Beasley, P. Fitzgerald. Row 4: M. McDaniel, M. Wallace, R. Aiwa, S. Hively, R. DeGroof, M. Koczorowski, J. Gass, N. Pond, A. Batts, T. Dinn, T. Cameron, J. Woods. 91ADVANCED ELECTRICITY — Row I: D. Richey, J. Adelsberger, M. Ford, R. Rogers, F. Tresso, J. Grace, Mr. Sipes. Row 2: D. Smith, J. Filkins,S. Koczorowski, T. Weaver, B. Hall, M. Darby, D. Webber ELECTRONICS III — Row I: T. Tomlinson, T. Martin. E. Jacobs, R. Tango, N. Norman, D. McCracken, J. McReynolds. Row 2: J. Tennyson. M. McGhee. M. Dees, E. Barnes, A. Fiori. B Hutchcraft, M. Jones, Mr. Sipes. Row 3: J. Odle, S. Thomas, C. Romack, C. Snyder, M. Goff, C. Raubach, J. McPhail. J. Spiller. 92BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: L. Miller, C. West, B. Cannon, R. Freeman, J. Gass, R. Moore. Row 2: B. Tanner, T. Series, S. Pcavey, D. Pcavey, T. Braddy, N. Pond, Mr. Reach. BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: Mr. Reach, D. Russell, B. Ross, S. Donovan, B. McClerren, M. Moore. Row 2: S. Skinner, D. Wortman, J. Pulliam, B.Webster, D. Poole, J. Adelsberger. 93VOCATIONAL AUTO MECHANICS — Row 1: J. Lindsey, K. Squibb. M. Yadro, K. Roye, R. Henson, M. McGhee, D. McClintock, J. McReynolds. Row 2: E. Hubbard, J. Wilson. R. Lane, D. Talbott, J. Weaver. D. Brookhouse, R. Moore, K. Russell. R. Massey. Row 3: R. Hogebaum, R. Gulley. T. Series, S. Talluto, K. Walters, B. Tanner, N. Pond, D. Holloman. M. Hoppers, D. Webber, Mr. Weakly. 94Students Learn Vocational Skills WELDING — Row 1: D. Buckingham, T. Stoner, R. Massey, E. Everett, J. Chapman, S. Allerding. Row 2: M. Moore, Mr Hobbs S Donovan, D. Smith, C. Short. M. Hoppers. M. Heal, D. Frazier, T. Kalaher, D. McClinlock. 95F.H.A. — Row 1: Mrs. Hcllcny. C. Collins, S. Moore, B. Crowder, M. Dunning, T. Jacobs, D. Williams. Row 2: Mrs. Wells, M. Dawson, T. Doty. R Garland, T. Culpepper, L. James, D. Wilburn. Row 3: Mrs. Rich, S. Elliott, N. Ostcrhoul. K. McPhail, J. Summers, L. Beasley, T. Lipe. 96 FFA — R w 1: J- Kelso, S. AUerding, J. Griffin, J. Williams, D. Smith. Row 2. D. McCracken, M. Lang, Mr. Hobbs, D. Smith, R. Masse} Everett, C. James, T. Kalahcr, D. Frazier, K. Blades.HONOR SOCIETY — Row 1: S. Lude, D. Campbell, M. Mills, K. Barker, D. Russell, C. Pickering. Row 2: K. Glover, J. York, P. Gibbs, D. Wilburn, K. LaMar, M. Neeley, A. Woods, H. Essary, Mr. Warren. Row 3: C. Carter, M. Heal, D. Richey, J. McPhail, T. Tedechi, B. Hood, J. Woods, T. Wilkcrson, K. Harrawood. ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN ATHELTES — Row 1: Mr. Ricci, A. Shelby. J. Hankins. F. Broy. Row 2: Mr. Weaver, T. Morthland. M. Wallace, G. Mitchell, M. Trotter, K. Harrawood, K. Bradley. Row 3: Mr. Grammar, J. Dorris, B. Kondrtz, G. Johnston, D. Lewis, D. Summers, M. Pcriman, M. Wicker. 97OFFICE WORKERS — Row 1: A. Lindsey, S. Lude, S. Gardner, B. Crowder, K. Glover, J. Jeffries, A. Woods, M. Clover, K. Keene, S. Stcinmctz, A. Woods, A. Tomanovich, K. McElyea, V. Adclsberger. Row 2: P. Gibbs, R. Johnson, F. Broy, A. Willmore, A. Bennet, K. Golis, M. Jcnt, T.Adkins, T. Patton, J. Chapman, M. Neeley, J. Smith, L. Wortman, P. Murphy. Row 3: M. Warren, J. Hamilton, B. Kondrtz, J. Gass, C. Gipson, S. Karoski, T. Palasky, J. Rose, M. Trotter.D. Sigler, R. Mabry, K. Caraway, M. Mills, K. Krantz. 98INTERPRETERS THEATER — Row I: Mrs. Marlow, D. Williams, T. Culpepper, D. Campbell, L. Paulk. J. Graskcwicz. Row 2: L. Powlcss, C. Williams, P. Murphy, A. Vaughn, L. Lucas, M. McElwrath, T. Wall, S. Price. Row 3: B. Kondritz, D. Herring, R. Aiwa, J. Woods, R. Henson, S. Grzanich, M. Jent, K. Willis. INTERPRETERS THEATER OFFICERS — L. Powlcss, L. Paulk, P. Murphy, J. Woods. The Interpreters Theater is sponsored by Mrs. Jo Linda Marlow and Mr. Charles Ielase. The Interpreters Theater’s main goal is to promote interest in the Arts at F.C.H.S. This year has been mainly spent in preparation for next year’s speech and acting team that will be sponsored by Mr. Ielase. The Interpreters Theater has participated in many activities this year. They include — a formal initiation, a banquet; and sponsoring communications week. This year’s officers were: Pres.: L. Powless, V. Pres.: J. Woods, Sec.: L. Paulk, and Treas.: P. Murphy.F.C.H.S. MARC HING BAND PI RCUSSIONISTS L. Powlcss. D. Russell. B. Ross, .1. Stilely. C Williams..). Pulliam. S. Volanski. A. Williams.T. Dial, R. Vaughn. 100Drum Majorette: T. Wilkerson. Twirlers: IV I .udc. k Bussler. 101 POM PON SQUAD AND I LAG CORPS son. M. White. Row I: I). Hcsscl. D. Williams. Row 2: S. Culpepper. I) Tyler. Row 3: D. Hopkins. I Thomp-CHORUS Row 1 V Pyles. B McLIyca, D. Downs, L. Paulk, K. Mocker. G. Russel, R. Zimmer. D. Montgomery. L. Menecs, D. Hopkins. Row 2: J. Cutter. D. Ilcssei. D. Campbell. L. Odle, J. Wilkins, M. McElwrath. R. Thomas. M. Boner. H. Lewis, J. Davis. Row 3: A. Bennct. K. Glover. M. Wallace. .1 Sanders. J Pyles, J. Willis, T. Wilkcrson, N. Summers, K. Mayhew. Row 4: Mr. McHancy. T. Lipc. J. Summers, D. Herring. R. Jones, .1 Straka. M. Butler. B. Richcrson, B. Hayes, D. Gipson, T. Story. CHORUS COUNCIL Row I: L. Menecs, T. Lipc, A. Bennett, L. Odle. Row 2: M. Wallace, J Willis, T Wilkcrson. Row 3: M. Butler, J. Straka, B. Hays. A revived elective in the 1984-85 curriculum was the F.C.H.S. chorus. It has grown to two classes totaling forty-five students. Mr. Dave McHaney became the new choral director, and he instituted several extra-curricular chorus activities. The Madrigals and Swing Choir were started. The Madrigals represented 18th Century musicians who sang for their supper. After Christmas, the Madrigals became the Swing Choir looking as if they were straight from Broadway. The Christmas concert was a huge success for the chorus, and the spring concert was equally successful. Most chorus members performed in the school production, THE MUSIC MAN. Ticket sales from these three performances helped the chorus raise money for new concert uniforms for the 1985-86 school year. 102MADRIGALS — Row I: G. Russell, T. Story, B. Hays, T. Lipe, L. Paulk. R. Zimmer, A. Bennet. B. McElyca, J. Willis, L. Mcnees, T. Clark. Row 2: J. Sanders, R. Thomas, N. Summers. Row 3: M. Wallace, T. Wilkerson. D. Herring, M. Butler. SWING CHOIR Row I: L. Menccs, T. Clark. B. McElyea. Row 2: M. Butler. G. Russell, T. Story, J. Sanders. L. Paulk. R. Thomas, M. Wallace. Row 3: N. Summers, J. Willis, D. Herring, B. Hays, T. Lipe. 103I C H S. CONCERT BAND Row 1: L. Mcnccs, J. Smith. A. Blades. A. Clover. T. Mondino, K Carr. R Zimmer, I Paulk, M. White. Row 2: P. Pugh. J. Mitchell, K. Thomas. N. Osterhout, S. Culpepper, J. Willis, E. Barnes, J. Sanders. L. Odle, A. Essick, K. Busslcr, M. Dunning. L. Swarthout. Row 3: M. Boslian, V. Brown, P. Ludc, C. Lithcrland, S. Mocaby, M. Johnson, D. Morris, M. Watson, G. Griffith, A. Pries, D. BAND COUNCIL Row I: L. Paulk, S. Culpepper, R. Zimmer, A. Clover, A. Essick, G. Griffith. The 1984-85 band season saw many changes in the programs at F.C.H.S. Mr. Dave McHaney became the new band director for the Redbirds. Showing his leadership and talent to both students and fans he used knowledge from his former professional music career. His enthusiasm brought the band enrollment to 65. The members of the band are currently raising money for new uniforms which are badly needed for the 1985-86 marching season. The Christmas Concert was an overwhelming success. There was a sell-out audience both nights giving the public a preview for what was to become an outstanding spring concert. The 1984-85 school year has been an extremely rewarding season for the band. 104Hopkins. K. McCord. Row 4: R. Rogers, M. Butler, J. Straka, D. Herring. Standing: Mr. McHaney, T. Wilkerson, D. Russell, S. Volanski. R Ronnie. J. Stitely, B. Ross. J. Pulliam, J. Miller. C. Williams, T. Dial, A. Williams, A. Paulk. L. Powlcss. PHP BAND Row I: N. Oslerhout, P. l.ude. G Griffith. A. Fries, K. Carr. M. White, k Reed Row 2: M. Watson. D Herring. M. Butler. J. Willis. S. Culpepper. T. Austin. Row 3: T. Dial, J. Miller, J. Pulliam. A. W illiams, I Powless. J. Stitely 105Mr. Me Haney directs practice in band room. Concert band added sparkle to F.C.H.S. Homecoming. Pep Band performs during assembly. Austin brothers display family talent. 106YOUTH BOARD Row I: S. Lude. S. Gardner. K. Glover. T. Filkins. A. Woods, P. Murphy. K. Mayhew. Row 2: B. Glodieh. K. Golis. F. Broy. T. Adkins, J. Calcatcrra. M. McPhail. K. Barker. T. Sioncr. L. Miller. Row }: Mr. Murphy. T. Palton. M. Wicker. P MePhail. M. Goff. J. Wollcsen. J. Hamilton. D. Broy. J. Hays, E. Barnes. YOUTH BOARD OFFICERS Row I: L. Miller, V. Pres Row 2: F. Broy, Sec.; J. Hays. Treas. Row 2: J. Wollcsen, Pres. The Youth Board is an organization of young people interested in maintaining the Youth Center of West Frankfort. The members of the board act as a helping hand in the running of the Youth Center by helping with dances, keeping the building clean, and by planning events that are to take place. The Youth Board also engages in projects from time to time but only if it is necessary. The Board this year took on a big project in selling crystal for a large-screen television for the Youth Center which all could enjoy. The city of West Frankfort plays a large role in the operation of the Youth Center by keeping the utilities paid the year around. This allows the Youth Board to use money which is made from dances to keep equipment up to date around the Youth Center and to buy whatever is needed to keep the Center operable. The Youth Board is a very challenging experience for anyone who would like to work for the youth of West Frankfort. Mr. Tim Murphy is the sponsor. He devotes a great deal of time and effort to this organization. 107ITA Row I: S. I.udc, L. Paulk, C. Hood. S. Gosncll, C. Jordan. K. Jones. Row 2: D. Campbell. K. Glover. C. Pickering. S. Elliot. K. Barker. I). Wilburn. M. McElwrath, B. Glodich. I) Russell. Mrs. Blackwood. Row 3: C. Carter. L. Beasley. A. Robertson. I). Sakonyi. A. Shelby. T. Thomas. J. Summers. P. Pugh. R Henson. B. Masters. A. Pcssclato, M. Murray. ITA on ictus D Russell, v. r-»: c c“"- p,c ; c Pickering. See.; and K. Jones. Treas. The Future Teachers of America is an organization affiliated with teaching and learning experiences. This organization is open to anyone in the student body. They meet once a month. Mrs. Sheila Blackwood is the sponsor. The group participates in many money-making activities. they have car washes and concessions. Some of their social activities include a hayride, Christmas caroling, and tour of Southern Illinois University. FTA awards an annual scholarship to a graduating senior. 108NURSING I Row I: M. Wilburn, D. Dodd. D. Sullivon, T. Rice, R. Parrish. T. Kclton. Row 2: R. Stewart, K. Keene. J. Coleman. L. Lucas. P. Murphy. L. Day, K. Chance, Mrs. York. Row 3: T. Brace, T. Braggs, T. Dcason, T. Wall. R. Mabry, D. Melvin, K. Peterson. T. Crawford. M. Boyer. NURSING II Row I: S. Sturgeon, L. Gulley, P. Melvin. M. Neely. L. Clover. Mrs. York. Row 2: A. Calhoun, S. Lngler. T. Meracle, M. Trotter, A. Dunning, S. Whittington. 109A. Vaughn and J. Wright “stargaze” before class. Trumpet section enjoys serious practice. New gymnasium is named for Max Morris (artist portrayal). G. Johnston and N. Minton cheer Redbirds on to victory. C. Williams endures Art Circle initiation. —fa Red Pepper members show off their Halloween costumes. 110SPORTSVARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: E. Barnes, J. Hays, M. Moore, D. Richey, D. Thompson, S. Remm, D. Fisher, T. Tomlinson. Row 2- J McPhail, M. Yadro, K. Squibb, C. Short, J. Chismar, J. Weaver, B. Ross, D. Wortman, C. Lovell. Row 3: Coac » S‘°fn’(:°a ;h Dyke Smith, Doug Smith, K. Filkins, S. Smith, M. Crabtree, A. Morris, T. Thomas, R. Lane, Coach Ernest. Row 4: D. Webber. B. Hall, M. Henson, K. Walters, D. Peavey, M. Simmons, B. Cannon, C. Romack, B. Hutchcraft. This year’s Varsity season was frustrating for players and staff alike. They had a record of 3-6. A group of young men with talent found that a lack of physical line size (in comparison to their opponents) and a junior class that was represented by only 12 players was enough to cause a severe physical mismatch in a number of key games. Nevertheless, Coach Gene Ernest had nothing but praise for his team. “These individuals were the types of players that coaches and fans can be proud of.” . All-Conference picks for the 1984-85 Varsity Redbirds were Steve Remm as a defensive back, Doug Smith as a linebacker, Bruce Hall as a defensive lineman, and Kevin Squibb as an offensive lineman. Doug Smith, Bruce Hall, and Kevin Squibb were also named to the All-South team. Redbirds 1984 Football Scoreboard Opponents 34 Madison 14 9 Mt. Vernon 12 14 Harrisburg 15 20 Benton 7 14 Herrin 7 0 Carbondale 13 7 Marion 12 14 Centralia 21 0 Murphysboro 22 112Team Captain Senior Quarterback Don Pcavey Team Captain Senior Halfback Doug Smith Senior End Jerry McPhail Senior End Darrell Webber Senior End Mike Yadro 113 Senior Fullback David Thompson Senior End Mike Crabtree Senior Center Kevin SquibbSenior Fullback Denny Richey Senior Halfback Steve Remm Senior Center Chip Romack Senior Halfback Tommy Tomlinson Senior Tackle Bob Hutchcraft Senior Halfback Scott Smith 114 Senior Tackle Mark Moore Senior Guard John Chismar Senior Tackle Bruce HallSenior Guard Charles Short Senior Guard Senior Guard Barry Ross Charles Lovell Senior End Derren Wortman Senior Center Brent Cannon JUNIOR PLAYERS — Row 1: R. Lane, T. Thomas. Row 2: E. Barnes, J. M. Weaver 115JUNIOR LINEMEN — Row 1: K. Walters, M. Simmons. Row 2: A. Morris, M. Henson. JUNIOR BACKS— Row 1: J. Hays, D. Fisher. Row 2: K. Filkins, D. Smith. 116SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: B. Poole, S. Allen, M. Wallace, T. Miller, J. Johnston, C. Staten, J. Ledbetter, S. Roan, B. Neville. Row 2: Coach Dziadus, S. Young, B. Richerson, T. Tharp, J. Forgatch, J. Marvel, T. McDaniel, G. Hoppers, B. Hartley, D. Summers, Coach Reach. Row 3: C. Richerson, J. Melvin, R. Crawford, T. Ruzich, J. McKeown, T. Sipes, J. Melvin, S. Hively, D. Gass, Coach Sipes. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: J. Hood, G. Sims, D. Giacone, M. Pappas, P. Erthall, R. Knight, J. Sturgeon, D. Davis. B. Dorris. Row 2: Coach Reach, Coach Sipes, J. Hogebaum, P. Hates, A. Kaminiski, D. Broy. T. Johnston, L. Miller, S. Cima, J. Tango, M. Wicker. Row 3: Coach Dziadus, S. Mocaby, M. Moffett, B. J. Reach, J. Lingle, M. Chance, S. Engler, M. Morris, T. Adkins, K. Blades. 117REDBIRD GOLF TEAM — Row 1: M. Decs, M. Lucas, D. Mitchell, T. Morthland, K. Bradley. Row 2: M. Clutts, A. Clover, A. Fiori, J. Wollesen, D. Lewis, D. Galli, T. Somers, Coach Karoski. Senior Jeff Wollesen The Redbird Golf Team enjoyed another successful season. The team finished with a record of 7-6, winning the Regional Tournament at Carterville. In that tournament, Deon Mitchell led a Redbird team that placed three individuals in the top five. Although West Frankfort didn’t qualify for the State Tournament, Junior Andy Fiori did advance as an individual, placing 21st. 118D. Peavey looks for the goal line. D. Smith meets defender head on. Redbird players and coaches discuss strategy during a time out. D. Wortman struggles to break loose from opponent. S. Rcmm breaks a tackle to pick up extra yardage. 119VARSITY BASkETBAI I Tl AM Rim I Mgr. C Jordan. J. Mays. I) Richey, k I larrawood. T. Weaver. Row 2: M.Goff, k Walters. C. Snyder. A I iori. I). Smith. Row J M. McElwrath. B Hood. M Henson. T. Palasky. J. Wright. I) Peavey. J. McPhail. Row 4: Coach Tim Weaver. Coach Tim Ricci. Coach Paul Grammer. The Redbirds had a fine basketball season with Tri-Captains Don Peavey, Doug Smith, and Trevor Weaver, they finished third in the tough Class AA dominated South Seven. Jerry McPhail, Bret Hood, Mike Henson, Andy Fiori, and sophomore Tom Palasky helped make the team one of the best in recent years. Highlights of the year were keeping the championship trophy by winning the Pyramid Tourney three times; winning the consolation honors at Carbondale Holiday Tournament; and beating the second ranked Cairo Pilots. Coach Tim Ricci said, “This team is special to me as I have had some of the seniors four years. They never did give up." 1985 BASkETBALLSCOREBOARD Redbirds 76 Eldorado 50 DuQuoin 61 Pyramid Tournament Johnston City 57 Herrin 65 Mount Vernon 77 Harrisburg 50 Carbondale Holiday Touma Pinckneyvillc 66 Cartervillc 77 Zciglcr-Royal ton 57 Benton 82 Cairo 56 Carbondale 61 Centralia 60 Marion 69 Herrin 66 Mount Vernon 81 Harrisburg 48 Benton 58 Carbondale 68 Marion 64 Centralia 56 Johnston City IHSA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Opponents 67 61 46 41 64 58 73 44 67 69 81 59 69 52 55 52 64 71 81 57 58 53 120Senior F orward Tri-Captain Don Peavey Senior F or ward Tri- Captain Trevor Weaver Senior Guard Tri-Captain Doug Smith Senior Guard John W right 121Senior Guard Denny Richey Senior Guard Kenny Harrawood 122JUNIOR V ARSITY BASKETBALL Row I: J. Hays. T Morthland. A Willmorc. Coach Weaver. M. McPhail. T Sipes. M. Fitzpatrick, Mgr. M McF.lwrath. Row 2: D. Lewis. M. Goff, C. Snyder. K. Walters. A. Fiori. T. Thomas. D. Summers. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Row I: Mgr. M. McElwrath. C. Staten, A. Willmorc. Row 2: B. Neville. T Morthland. M Wallace. M. McPhail. M. Braner. T. Sipes. Row 3: B. Kondritz, D. Summers. J. Melvin,Coach Weaver. D. Lewis. D. Sevenski. P McPhail, S. Hivcly. 123Rcdbird substitutes wait eagerly for a chance to participate. 124 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: J. Karnes. G. Sims. S. Ogden. D. Davis. S. Cima. M. Pappas. M. Peri man. M. Ostcr, D. Broy, K. Mocker. S. Cowan. Row 2: T. Weaver, M. Johnson, B. .1 Reach, Mgr. P. Erthall, G. Johnston, Coach Paul Grammcr, R. Burke, M. Clutts. M. Wicker.VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Row I: D. Fisher, B Hartley, T. Martin, J. Johnston, S Roan. Row 2: E. Barnes, S. Pcavcy. T. McDaniel, T. Tharp. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Row I: J. Howard. K. Wagner. S. Scham, J. Ledbetter. Row 2: M. Chance. R. Crawford. J. Linglc, D. Gass. 1250 eb«! JL Former Head Football Coach Mr. Gene Ernest with the new Head Football Coach Mr. Gary Warren. Mr. Gene Ernest, a teacher at F.C.H.S. for 23 years and currently the Athletic Director, announced his retirement from coaching this year. In his tenure at West Frankfort, he has coached several sports. He was head football coach for eleven years, head basketball coach for eight years and head track coach for sixteen years. He also coached at Benton for four years before coming to West Frankfort. Highlights of Ernest’s career include his 1965 undefeated track team and his football teams’ three conference championships. In basketball the Redbirds beat Benton the last six regular season games Ernest coached. Mr. Ernest was appointed Athletic Director in 1984. He was largely responsible for getting the new cheering section in the gym constructed, publishing the Sports Annuals, and raising money for the Athletic fund. 126 Mr. Gene Ernest, Athletic DirectorJoe Wendryhoski speaks lostudcnC body. Joe Hughes and his mother listen attentively. Jack Souers accepts his award. HALL OF FAME In 1984-85 the Redbird Hall of Fame was established. Committee members Davey Broy, Jim McPhail. Brad McLain. Leonard Hopkins, Connie Smith, and Art Smith researched athletic records for All-State awards, school records, and state records. The first inductee was Joe Wendryhoski, football great at FCHS, U. of 111., and New Orleans Saints. Next was Max Morris, football honoree and basketball honoree at FCHS, Northwestern U., Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago Am. Gears, Chicago Rockets, and Sheboygan, Wis. Red Skins. Mr. Morris has received more honorary awards than any other FCHS athlete. The Board of Education named the gymnasium Morris Gymnasium in his honor. Football players inducted into the Hall of Fame were: Lou Levanti, John Gorski, Ken Simpson, Joe Yusko, Gordon Herron. Posthumously inducted were Frank Chismar, Charles Skuta, Charles Margelli, Heza Hindman, and Allen Edmonds. Basketball inductees were Jack Eadie, Robert Burton, Bob Brown, Tim Ricci. Robert Hughes, Joe Hughes, and Francis Florian. The only woman honored was Kelli Golis for basketball. Track and field awards went to Les Pinkham, Jeff Sloan, John Moakc, Ron Hutchcraft, Jerry Warren, Earle Alexander, Frank Chornak, and Jack Souers. For golf, the inductees were Jay Sala, Randy Lewis, Jr., Gene Carello, and Bill Barnett. Approximately eight more athletes arc being considered for possible induction in 1985-86. 127VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Row 1: S. Stcinmctz, L. Cadlc. D. Hood. Row 2: M. Warren, G. Johnston, A. Woods. D. Sigler, J. Chapman. 128 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Row I: L. Fichtcl, L. Jude, C. Lilhcrland, C. Lee, R. Frazier, S. Yarbrough. Row 2: A. Woods, K. Lintner. T. Patton. A. Vaughn, K. Golis, C. Gipson.Girls Show Character and Promise GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Row I: P. Frazier, K. Mayhcw, S. Gardner. C. Hood. T. Lilkins Row 2: M. Ericson. K Barker. Coach J. Smith. M. Jent. A. Pessclato. 1985 Basketball Scoreboard Redbirds Opponents 45 Zeiglcr-Royalton 20 63 Johnston City 43 32 Marion 77 48 Cartcrvillc 44 38 Johnston City 29 36 Benton 51 24 Herrin 57 49 Carbondale 72 24 Marion 62 26 Ccntralia 73 29 Mount Vernon 69 40 Benton 53 31 Herrin 53 28 Marion HARRISBURG TOURNAMENT 56 51 Murphysboro 33 44 Carbondale 58 49 Johnston City 36 44 Centralia 66 49 Mount Vernon 81 44 Harrisburg LH.S.A. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 42 129Senior Guard Senior Guard Senior Guard Paula Frazier Kay Glover Kim Mayhew Senior Forward Kristi Barker Senior Guard Susie Gardner K. Barker tries hard to control loose ball. S. Gardner make a quick move to the basket. 130 GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Row I T. Pyles. A. Paulk. M Dragovich. B. Pohl. A. Sullivan. Row 2: M. Cardwell. Teresa Stoner, C. McPhail,Coach Gail Moschino.T. Filkins, Tracy Stoner. M. Dunning. C. I lood makes a bounce pass. S. Gardner protects ball as K. Barker looks on. 131GIRLS' VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM Row 1: D. Hogcbaum, T. Stanley. Row 2: M. Ericson, M. Irvin, A. Shelby, K. Barber, K. Cowan, F. Broy, D. Adams. A. Pcssclato. Row 3: S. Gardner. K. Glover, S. Lude. Spikers Have Successful Season GIRLS' J-V VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row I: Teresa Stoner, M. Dragovich. B J. Pohl, J. Graskewicz, Tracy Stoner Row 2 K Gunter K Caraway. A. Lee, B. Stodghill. S. Price. Row 3: T. Filkins. B. Westell, T. Wall. 132D. Smith passes over defender. M. Jent battles under the basket. 133 J. McPhail talks with referee. D. Pcavcy shows intensity in grabbing rebound.1984 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Row 1: C. Raubach. D. Wortman, S. Isaacs, T. Miller. Row 2: D. Richey. C. Morgenthaler, D. Jef-fries, S. Young, D. Summers, D. Smith, T. Sipes. Row 3: Mgr. T. Thomas, M. Laswell, C. Snyder, T. Palasky, D. Peavey, J. Mumbower, J. Wollesen, A. Fiori, Coach Fiori. 1984 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: A. Willmore, C. Staten, B. Sloan, T. Miller. Row 2: Coach Glodich. J. Perrotto, T. Sipes, M. Wallace, K. Squibb, T. Morthland, B. Poole. Row 3: Coach Ricci, D. Smith, G. Mitchell, D. Summers. T. Weaver. P. McPhail, B. Hutchcraft. J. McPhail, Coach Rice. 1341984 GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM — Row 1: N. Minton, D. Hood, C. Hood, S. Gardner, K. Melvin, L. Martin, B. Westell. Row 2: K. Glover, T. Patton, K. Boren, M. Jent, B. Stodghill, L. Hammers, C. Andcsilich, L. Bowers, Coach Hopkins. Girls Demonstrate Skill in Athletics K. Barker shows form in serving volleyball. M. Irvin prepares to return opponents hit. 135M. Henson calls for the ball. J. McPhail runs for daylight. T. Palasky keeps his eye on the rint. f aithful fans watch the Birds intently. 136ADVERTISERSTHE DAILY AMERICAN A DYNAMIC NEWSPAPER KEEPING PACE WITH A PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY 111S. EMMA WEST FRANKFORT 932-2146 WATSON’S JEWELERS UNION FUNERAL SERVICE Joe Saboio — Jim Richerson PERRY ELECTRONICS SERVICE 1204 W. Oak 932-6580 Come see our new line of video movies and satellite systems. 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MAIN 937-4771 “SAY IT WITH FLOWERS” Frankfort Community High School 601 East Main Stmt rca Code 618 932-3126 West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 It may be true that instruction ends in the classroom, but education is a life-long experience. One must continually strive to reach his or her own self potential, no one else can do that for them. Education is something that no man or institution can depress, destroy, or alienate. It is the only cure for the problem facing this modern world. I sincerely hope that the staff, faculty, and administration have given you the ability to think for yourself and to make decisions which you feel are in your own best interest. No matter what, don't ever forget the friendships, acquaintances, and experiences that you have enjoyed here at F.C.H.S. In years to come, they will be of more value than any possession that you could hope to own. Sincerely, John Taylor, Principal 171Index Adams. Darlene 39, 132 Adelsberger. James 29, 92.93 Adelsberger. Vicki 39, 98 Adkins, Eddie 19,90 Adkins. Jason — 63 Adkins, Tom — 63, 117 Adkins, Tricia 15, 53, 60, 88. 91 98 83,85,86, 87, 107 Aldridge, Jeff 39. 86 Allen, Stacy 53,117 Allcrding, S. 39,95,96 Aiwa, Rahda 53.91,99 AI’s Sales Appliances 142 Anita’s Flowers Gifts 156 Archione Electric— 166 Armes. Charles — 19 Amies, Rhonda 19 Athletic Department 155 Austin, John — 63 Austin, Tom — 53, 105 Bank of West Frankfort— 159 Barker. Kristin 19. 97, 107, 108, 130, 130, 132 Barker Pharmacy — 163 Barnes, Eric — 39, 84. 92, 104, 107, 112, 115,125 Barnes, Kim 53,80.81.88 Barrett, Sondra 49 Batts, Alex 53,85,91 Batts, Mrs. Hcllcn Mary 74 Beasley, Lori 53,85, 96, 108 Beauty Chateau — 158 Bedokis, Chris — 39, 86,87.98 Bcdokis. Mrs. Gcncllc 74,98 Behn, Corri — 63 Bennett, Angela Lee — 63,98, 102, 103 Bennett, Randy 63,85 Bill Charlie’s Texaco — 156 Blackwood, James 70 Blackwood, Mrs. Shiela — 74, 78, 108 Blades. Amy — 104 Blades, Kevin — 63.96, 117 Boner. David — 19 Boner. Michelle 53,88. 102 Boren. Steve — 53 Bostian, Melissa -63, 105 Boyer, Melissa 49, 109 Brace. Angie 39. 90 Brace, Tina — 53, 109 Braddy, Tim 19,93.95 Bradley. Kevin — 53. 86. 87. 97, 118 Braggs. Tonya 19,109 Branch. Tammy 19 Brancr. Malt 53,123 Bratcher, Bart — 63 Bratcher. Charlie — 34 Bratcher. Deborah — 63.90 Bright, Mark — 53 Bromley. Michelle — 63 Brookhouse. Duwaync — 39, 94 Brown. Angie — 59 Brown. Campbell W. 156 Brown, Vickie 63, 105 Broy, Charley — 3 Broy, Chuck — 63 Broy, Danny — 62, 63, 107, 117, 124 Broy, Dave 70 Broy, Francie 4, 5, 6, 10, 13, 20, 82, 88, 91,97,98. 107, 132 Buckingham, Daniel 49, 95 Bud Motor Sales 156 Burke, Pam 109 Busslcr, Kristi - 39, 101. 105 Butler. Mike 20, 102, 103, 105 C.C. Castle 159 Cadlc, Lauri 39.88, 128 Calcatcrra. Jena — 53, 88. 91, 107 Caldwell, Trout. Alexander. Quindry. Attorneys-at Law 142 Calhoun. Amy 20, 109 Campbell. Darlene 20, 91.97, 99, 102, 108 Cameron, David 39, 85, 91.98 Cannon. Brent 20,93.112,115 Caraway. Krista 53. 88. 98. 132 Cardwell, Michelle 5.7. 39.63, 131 Cardwell, Tina Carcllo. Gene — 142 Carolyn’s Beauty Shop 139 Carr, Kim 39.85,88. 104. 105 Carter. Cathy — 20, 97. 108 Castlewood Designs 147 Ceramic Land — 150 Chance. Kcri — 53. 109 Chance. Marcus 63. 117, 125 Chandler's 150 Chapman, Jan 5, 7, 38, 39, 82, 88. 98, 128 Chapman, John R. 40. 94, 95 Chismar, John 5,7,20,112,114 Chismar, Julie 63.91 Church of God —153 Cima, Steve 63,117,124 C.l.PS. 169 Claridy, Becky 40 Clark. George - 74 Clark, Tamaro Jane — 63, 103 Clayton. Amy 68 Clayton. Sherry — 40. 90 Clover, Adrian 20. 104, 118 Clover, Libby — 40. 109 Clover, Melanie — 53, 88.91,98 Clover. Russell — 74, 86 Clubs and Organizations Advanced Art — 90 Advanced Electronics 92 Advanced Welding 95 Art Circle — 90 Association of Christian Athletes — 97 Band, Concert — 104, 105 Band Council 104 Band, Marching - 100 Band. Pep — 105 Building T rades — 93 Chorus 102 Chorus Council — 102 Computer Club — 85 Drafting IV — 95 Electronics III — 92 F.F.A. — 96 F.T.A. — Hero —96 Flag Girls — 101 F.T.A — 108 Honor Society — 97 Interpreter’s Theater — 99 Key Club — 84 Librarians — 98 Machine Shop — 94 Madrigals — 103 Nike Club —91 Nursing I — 109 Nursing II — 109 Office Workers — 98 Percussionists- 100 Pom-Pon Squad— 101 REDBIRD Annual 80.81, 176 REDBIRD Notes —86,87 Red Peppers — 88. 89 Science Club 91 Student Council 82 Sub Debs 83 Sw ing Choir 103 Twirlers 101 Vocational Auto Mechanics 94 Youth Board 107 Quits. Mike 63. 118. 124 Coast-to-Coast 141 Coke - 170 Coleman. Amanda 70 Coleman. Rhoades 141 Coleman. Chris 53,90 Coleman. Jancll 53,88,91,109 Collins. Carmel 20,96 Collins, Shawna 63.85. 88, 91 Cooper, Ollie 63 Cowan. Colleen 16,40 Cowan. Kathleen 21, 132 Cowan. Scan 63,124 Crabtree. Jerry — 53, 90 Crabtree, Mike 5,21,112,113 Craft Supply Wagon 142 Crafton, Terry 40 Craig, Kevin — 53 Crawford, Ronald — 53, 90, 117, 125 Crawford, Theresa — 34 Crawford, T racy — 21, 109 Crews, Amy — 40, 91 Croslin, Shane 53 Crowder, Betsy 63, 88, 96. 98 Cullcy, Harold B. Attorncy-at-Law— 142 Culpepper, Susan 40, 88, 91, 101, 104 105 Culpepper. Theresa — 53, 96. 99 Cutter, Jacqueline 63, 88. 102 Daily American — 138 Dairy Queen — 141 Dale. Deanna 63, 88 Dalton. Joanna 54,91 Daniell. Ed —21,90,91 Darby. Mike — 21,84,92 Darnell Heating 165 Davis, Brigett 38, 40. 82 Davis, Dennon 63.117,82,124 Davis, Jacquelyn 63,102 Davis, Jimmy — 54 Dawson, Michelle 54,91,96 Day, Clyde Insurance— 142 Day, Lisa 54, 109 Dean, Don net te — 74 Dcason.Toni 54,109 Decs. Mark — 40. 92, 118 DcGroof, Rene — 54, 85, 91 DeLap, Ms. Judy — 11.74 DeLapRcal Estate— 159 Demaretti Buick 144 DcMattci, Mr. Larry — 74 Dcncaussc, Carl — 40. 94 Denham, Leah — 54 Dial. Tim —40.94, 100. 105 Dinn, Tom — 54, 91 Dodd, Donna 54, 109 Donahue, David 21,82.84 Donahue, Dennis - 14, 21 Donovan, Steve 21,93,95 Donovan, Toni Dorris, Brian 63,117 Dorris Construction 169 Dorris. Mrs. Mary Ellen 74 Dorris, John 54,84,97 Doty, Tanya 68,88Doty, Tracey 40.96 Doty. Vince 68 Downs, Deanna 34,102 Downs, Leslee — 63 Dragovich. Michelle 63,90, 131, 132 Duane, Marilyn — 21 Duncan. Debbie 22 Dunning, Angie— 40. 109 Dunning, Michelle — 63,96, 105, 131 Dziadus, Mr. Denni — 117 Edwards. Brenda — 63 Edwards, Jesse — 54 Edwards, John — 54 Ellis, Scott — 54, 90 Elliot, Sara —63,88,96, 108 Engler, Sarah — 40, 109 Englcr, Steve 64,117 Engram, Todd — 54 Brown, E.R. — 152 Ericson. Marianne 22,88, 129, 132 Ernest. Gene 75, 112, 126 Erthall, Phillip — 64. 90. 117, 124 Essary, Holli — 22, 83, 97 Essick, Amy 64, 68, 91, 104 Everett. Ed — 41,95,96 Excel Foods — 169 Family Food Park - 170 Farm Fresh — 142 The Fashion Shop 162 Fichtel. Laurs - 57,62,64, 82, 88. 128 Filkins, Jackie 54 Filkins, Jeff—22. 92 Filkins, Julie — 41 Filkins, Kenneth 54,112 Filkins, Tracy — 64, 107, 129, 131, 132 Fiori, Andy 41. 80, 81, 92, 118, 120, 123, 134 Fiori, Mr. Dan 95,75,134 Fiori, Mrs. Sandra 75 First Baptist Church — 157 First Community Bank of West Frankfort — 167 Fisher, DuWaync — 41,94, 112, 116, 125 Fitzgerald, Pam — 52, 54. 57, 82, 83, 85, 91 Fitzpatrick, Mike — 41, 123 Ford, Mike — 22, 92 Forgatch, Jay — 54, 117 Forrest, Ryan 54, 85 Frazier, Darren 22, 94, 95, 96 Frazier, Nichole 64 Frazier. Paula 22, 90, 129, 130 Frazier, Rachel 64,88, 128 Freeman, Rancssa - 54 Freeman, Russel — 22, 93 Fries, Anita — 68, 105 GaHi. Dave 54,90,118 Gardner, Bobby 68 Gardner, Susie — 11, 22, 88, 90, 98. 107, 129.130, 131, 132 Garland. Robin — 64.96 Gass, Amy — 54 Gass, Don — 54. 117, 125 Gass, Jerry — 34. 90,91,98 General Waterproofing Company - 146 Giacone, David 64,117 Gibbs, Paula 23,83,91,97,97 Gipson, Cahrric 54, 80, 81, 85, 91, 98, 128 Gipson, Dccdc 64, 102 Glodich, Barbara 55, 80, 81,88, 89. 91, 107, 108 Glodich, Mr. Richard 134 Glover. Kay 23. 97. 98. 102. 107, 108, 130, 132 Goff, Elizabeth — 64, 90 Goff, M ichacl — 41.92, 107, 120, 123 Golis. Kim — 52. 55. 85, 88, 91, 98, 107, 128 Gonzalos, Mike 59 Gosncll.Suzi 41.91,108 Goss Appliance 144 Grace, Judson 42.92 Grammcr, Mr. Paul — 75, 97, 120, 124 Graskcwicz. Jennifer 55, 88, 99, 132 Gray, Amanda — 41 Gray, Hunter, Stcna, Certified Public Accountants— 142 Gray, Mr. Ken— 152 Green. Mr. Terry 142 Greyhound — 149 Griffin, Dr. D. L.— 142 Griffin, John — 64, 96 Griffin’s Heights Bakery— 165 Griffith, Gayle— 55, 85, 105 Grosco, Ms. Dolores — 75, 91 Grosco. Mr. George 75,91 Grotti, Mrs. Betty — 71,72 Grotti. Shannon —55 Groves. Carla — 64 Grzanich. Steve 41, 50, 85, 86, 87, 98, 99 Gulley. Lori 23. 109 Gulley, Tommy — 23, 94 Gunter, Gene — 64 Gunter, Kim — 64, 132 Hall. Bruce —5, 23.92, 112, 114 Hall. Cathy 41.82.83,88 Hamilton. Jeff —41.50, 98. 107 Hamilton, Kristie — 55 Hammers and Sons — 156 Hammers, Lori — 41 Hampton’s Menswear 143 Hand, Larry 34 Hankins, James 42.97 Hanna, Kristen 42,91 Hargett, Kenny 55 Harkins, Stacy 64 Harkins. Steve 64 Harrawood, Kenny 23. 82, 84. 95, 97. 120. 122 Harris’— 160 Harriss. Steve — 64, 85 Hartley. Bill — 55. 117, 125 Hawkins, Clint — 64 Hays. Brent —55,91, 102. 103 Hays, John — 42, 84, 107, 112, IJ 6, 120 123 Hayes, Phillip 64,117 Heal, Matt 14,23.84,95,97 Hellcny, Mrs. Sharon — 75, 96 Hcmmingcr, Joe 55 Henson. Angela 64, 88 Henson, Michael J. 42, 112, 116, 120, 136 Henson. Ricky 42,85,94 Henson. Russell 42.99, 108 Herring, Darren 42. 91, 99, 102, 103, 105 Herstedt, Karin — 55 Hessel, DaNac 64. 101, 102 Hill, Nick —55 Hindman, Dawn — 42 Hively, Scott 55,91, 117, 123 Hobbs, Mr. Donald 75,95,96 Hockcr. Kelvin 64, 102, 124 Hogcbaum, Dawn 42. 132 Hogebaum, John 64, 90, 117 Hogcbaum, Rich — 23,94 Hogg. Kim 42 Hogg, Mrs. Mary Lou 3,71,72 Holland Pharmacy 145 Holloman. David — 42, 94 Hood. Bret — 24. 80. 84. 97. 120, 122 Hood. Christine 11,55,108.129,131 Hood. Dawn—10, 24, 88,128 Hood. Mr. Harold — 75 Hood. James 64,117 Hopkins. Diana 64,68,101,102,105 Hopkins. Mr. Leonard 70 Hopkins, Mr. Terry 166 Hopper. Rick 64 Hopper. Mark 42, 94, 95 Hopper, Melanie 24 Hopper, Glen 55.117 Horsley. Dawn — 24 Howard, Jamison — 64. 125 Howard. Mr. Keith 142 Howell Insurance Agency 142 Hrovatich, Mrs. Alice — 76 Hubbard. Ed — 42. 94 Huffhinc, Tonia 64 Hurttc, Chris — 55 Hutchcraft. Bob 5, 7, 24, 34. 92, 112, 114 lelasc, Mr. Charles 76 Ingcrsoll, Betty 42 Innis, Mrs. Marty 71 Innis, Scott 42 Imogenc’s Beauty Shop— 165 Irvin. Monica — 42. 132 Irvins Stcakhouse Lounge — 161 Isaac. Scott — 24. 134 Jacobs, Eric - 43, 80, 84 Jacobs, Tina 55.88.89.91,96 James. Cary 55,96 James. Laurie — 64. 88, 96 Jarvis. Gary — 55 Jeffries. Jill —55,91,98 Jeffries. Darren — 134 Jcnt, Melissa — 43, 50, 98, 99, 129, 133 Johnson. Alisa — 43 Johnson. Mike 64,124 Johnson, Rebecca 43 Johnson. Renee 24, 98 Johnson, Mrs. Vickie — 72 Johnston. Glenda 43, 88. 128 Johnston. Greg 64,97,110,124 Johnston. Joe 55, 117, 125 Johnston. Tim 64,117 Jones, Danny — 55 Jones, Floyd — 55 Jones, Jim — 64 Jones. Kerry 43,91,108 Jones, Matt — 43, 92 Jones, Richard P 24 Joplin. Melissa 24 Jordan, Chris — 43, 50, 86. 87, 91 108 120 Jo's Hairstyling Salon 169 Jovi, Teri 25 Jude, Lori 64, 88 Kalahcr, Todd 43.95,96 Kaminski, Alan 65,117 Kaminski, Billy 43 Karnes, Jeff 65,124 Karnes. Malt — 25 Karnes Real Estate— 166 Karoski, Mr. George— 76, 118 Karoski, Shelley 25, 80. 81,83,88.98 Kaytor, Paula 55 Keene, Kim 25, 98, 108 Keene. Victoria — 43 Kelley, Marty 56 Kelso, John 56, 96 Kelton, Corky 56 Kelton, Trisha 56,109 Kcrrone, Cara 5,7.43.82 Kimmcl Auto Supply 149 King, Roger 56 King, Slcfanie 65,88 Kinsman, Amy 43 Kirby, Sara 43,91 Kirkman, Polly 65 173Knight, Clint — 43 Knight. Rudy 65,90, 117 Koc orowski. Mike 25, 91,92 Koezorowski. Vanessa 65, 88 Kondritz, Brent 56, 86,97,98.99, 123 Kondritz, Fred - 70 Krantz, Christy 25.88,89,98 L J Ceramics 162 Lacy's - 171 Lamar, Kerry 25, 83.97 Lane. Roger— 44,94, 112. 115 Lang. Mike — 65,96 Laswell. Joe — 65, 90 Laswell. Mike — 25 Lawrence, Monica — 56 Lay, Shelly — 44 Layne, John — 44 Layman, Heidi 65.85,88 Ledbetter. Jim 56, 117, 125 Lee. Angela - 56, 90, 132 Lee, Carolyn 65.82.88, 128 Lee. Susan 25 Lcs'Standard 158 Lewis. David —56, 97. 118, 123 Lewis, Holly — 56. 88 Ligon. Lori 65, 88 Lindsey. Angie — 26, 98 Lindsey, Jay — 44. 94 Lingle, Joe 65. 117, 125 Linsley. Bruce 56 Lintner, Kristi — 56. 60, 80, 81, 83, 88, 128 Lipe. Tammy 26, 96, 102, 103 Litherland. Cindy 65, 88, 104, 128 Litherland, Emillce 44 Litherland. Timothy Lovan, Kim 65,88 Lovell, Charles 5,26,112,115 Lucas. Don 42 Lucas. Lorric — 56,88. 99, 109 Lucas, Mike — 65. 118 Lude, Pam 65, 101, 105 Lude, Sheri - 16,83.88,97.98, 107. 108, 132 M A T. Industries Inc.— 143 M W Lumber Co. Inc. and Home Center — 163 Mabry Construction — 141 Mabry Paint Glass 149 Mabry, Roxanne 44.88,98,109 MacJannct, Leilani Malkovich, Miss Susan — 3, 11 Mark Twain 154 Marks, Eddie 59 Marlow, Mrs. Jo Linda 76,99 Martin. Beth 44,88 Martin. Tim 44.84,92. 125 Martin, Tricia 56 Marvel. Jeff 11.56, 117 Massey, Robby 44, 94,95. 96 Masters, Bill 56. 108 Mayhcw, Kim — 26. 90. 102. 107. 129. 130 McClerrcn. Bruce 26 McClintock, Don 26. 94.95 McCord, Kim 65,68. 105 McCords Market — 153 McCracken. David 44, 92, 96 McDaniel, Mark 26.90,91 McDaniel, Tim 56,91. 117, 125 McDonald's 153 McElmurry, Donnie 65 McElwrath, Mike 56, 85. 99, 102. 108. 120, 123 McElyea, Barbara 44. 102. 103 Me El yea. Charles 68 McElyea, Karen 56.98 McGhee, Matt — 44. 92, 94 McHancy. David 76, 102, 104 McKcown.John 56,85,91 McLain, Scott 56.85,91 McPhail, Carmen 65. 88, 131 McPhail, Jerry 5. 6, 13, 14, 27, 84, 92. 97. 112, 113, 120, 122, 133, 134, 136 McPhail. Kathy — 27,88. 89.96 McPhail, Micheal 16. 56. 84. 90. 107. 123 McPhail. Pat 57.84. 107,123 McReynolds, John 44,92,94 Melvin, Debbie 44,88, 109 Melvin. Jim — 57, 117. 123 Melvin, John 52,57,117 Melvin, Joni 44 Mcnees, Lisa — 88, 102, 103, 104 M craclc, Traci 27, 109 Mcssa more. Curt 45 Mickey's Deli 170 Mike's Confectionary 152 Mike's Drive In 150 Mikutis, Bobbi 45 Miller. Dana — 65 Miller. Jonathan 65.105 Miller. Lance 27.93. 107 Neeley, Melissa — 14, 28, 83,97. 109 Neibch. Richard 65 Neibch Tow ing Service — 152 Neibel. Rene — 45 Nelson. Ronnie — 57 Neville, Barry —57.90,91, 117, 123 Nike Club —91 Nolen, Amy — 45, 88 Nolen, D.S..J. Alan 142 Nolen, Elvis 142 Nolen, Laura — 65,90 Norman, Nathan 38.45,84,92 O'Connor. Sara — 57, 90 O'Daniel, Scott 65 Odle, Jeff 45, 92 Odlc, Lori —57,90. 102, 104 Odum Concrete — 162 Odum. Valeric 45 Ogden, Charles 66, 124 Orso, Mrs. Liz — 76 Oster, Mike 66,124 Osterhout. B. 76 Ostcrhout. Cathy 28 Osterhout, Natalie 66. 88.96. 104, 105 Overturf. Dean — 57 Owens. Frank — 34.45 Pagano, Dr. D. M. — 142 Palasky, Tom — 57.60. 84, 98, 120, 136 Palmer, Ms. Terri 76 Paper Place— 159 Pappas. Mike 66.82, 117. 124 Parker-Reedy Funeral Home — 160 Parrish, Rac —46, 109 Paschcdag Music House 163 Pasko. Mr. Steve 76, 94 Patton. Tricia 57. 60. 83. 85. 88, 91.98, 107. 128 Patty’s Hair Styling 169 Paulk. Angie 66,88.131 Paulk. Lynn 46, 99. 102, 103, 104, 105. 108 Peavey. Don — 5, 6. 28, 93, 112, 113. 119, 120. 121, 133 Peavey, Steve 46.93,125 Pepsi-COLA— 161 Pcriman, Mike 66,97,124 Pcrr, Ms. Jane 77 Pcrrotto, John 134 Perry Electronics Service 138 Pcssclato, Anastasia 46. 90. 108, 129, 132 Peterson. Kelly 46, 88. 109 Pickering. Christie 28.97,108 Pickering. Ricky —57, 88 Pizzeria Franco 146 Plasters. Cathy — 57 Podnar, Matthew — 46, 50, 84 Pohl, Billie Jo —66,90, 131, 132 Pohl, Patrick — 46.90. 91 Pond Creek Boot Company — 150 Pond. Noel —46.91.93,94 Poole, Brad — 57, 84, 117, 134 Poole, David — 28,93 Powless, Aimee — 34,91 Powless, Lance — 57, 85, 91,99, 100, 104, 105 Price, Eric — 57 Price, Gayla — 57 Price, Shannon — 57,90, 99, 132 Professional Pharmacy— 164 Pruett, Bob — 57 Pruett, Wendy 28 Pugh. Chris 58 Pugh. Patty 66, 105, 108 Pulliam. Jeff 28,93. 100. 105 Pulliam. Julie 66 Pyles. Annette — 58, 102 Pyles. Norman — 34, 102 Pyles. Teresa — 66. 88, 131 Rachels, Christina — 28 Rao. Ramu — 66 Raubach, Chris 46. 92, 134 Ray. Michelle —66, 88 Reach, B. J. — 66. 117, 124 Reach. Mr. John —77,93, 117 Reed. Gina— 38,46,82.91 Reed. Krcg 66,105 Reeder, Tim — 66 Remm, Steve 5,7,28, 112, 114, 119 Reyna, Linda — 66 Ricci. Mr. Tim 77,97,120,134 Rice, Mr. Don — 77, 134 Rice, Tcri — 49, 109 Rich, Allen — 58 Rich, Mrs. Mary — 77, 96 Robert, Richard 66 Richerson, Brett — 58, 102, 117 Richerson, Chuck 58, 117 Richerson. Stacy — 66 Richey. Denny — 5, 7. 29, 92, 97, 112, 120, 114. 122. 134 Rick's lllico — 147 Riva. Michael D. — 70, 149 Roan, Scott —58, 117, 125 Roberts. Heather — 46 Robertson, Angie - 29. 108 Roeco— 142 Rogers. Richie — 29, 91, 105 Romack, Chip — 5, 29, 86,92, 112, 114 Ron, Ronnie 104 Rose, JoLyn — 46, 50. 80, 83, 88,98 Ross, Barry 5, 29, 93, 100, 105, 112, 115 Royc, Kevin — 46. 94 Rumscy. Sherri — 46. 88 Rumsey. Traci 66 Russell. Danny — 29.93. 104 Russell. David 58 Russell. Diana — 29,97. 100. 108 Russell, Frank Trucking 152 Russell, Greg 66,102,103 Russell. Jamie — 46 Russell. Kevin — 29, 94 Russell Magna vox 160 Rusty Spur. The 156 Ruz.ich, Todd — 58, 117 Sakonyi, Dianne — 58, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89 Salingue, Marla — 47 Sanders. Jimmy 66,102,103.104 Sanders, Keith 47.85,91 Sandncr’s Electric Company — 155Sandy's Flowers Gifts — 143 Sapp, Dana — 47 Sapp, Scott — 66 Schloss, Kim — 29 Schram, Steve — 58, 125 Scars, Roebuck and Company — 147 Second Baptist Church — 140 Series, Tim - 30.93, 94 Sevenski, David 58, 123 Shelby, Amy —30,97, 108, 132 Shelby. John — 30, 85 Shelby's Tow Service— 144 Shelton. Terry — 47 Shirtworks— 146 Short, Charles — 30,95, 112, 115 Shupe, Jill —47, 88,89 Sigler, Donnctta — 30, 88,91,98, 128 Simmons, Mike — 47, 50, 112, 116 Simpson, Donna — 47 Simpson, Mike 70 Sims, Gerald — 66, 117, 124 Sing. Richard — 47 Sipes, Mr. Pat — 77,92, 117 Sipes, Tony — 58.84. 117.123,134 S I. Video Sound Center — 146 Skinner, Scott - 30, 93 Sloan, Brett — 58. 134 Sloan. Mr. Bob — 112 Sloan's Gymnastic School — 149 Smilanich, Jeff — 47 Smith, Mr. Charles — 77 Smith, Donald — 66. 96 Smith, Doug 5, 6, 30. 92, 112, 113, 120, 124,134 Smith, Dyke — 47, 60. 95, 96. 112, 116, 119,133 Smith, Harry State Farm Insurance 142 Smith, Ron, Principal — 142 Smith, Jason — 66 Smith, Mrs. Jean 129 Smith, J. T. 47 Smith. Julie —58.85, 98, 104 Smith, Nancy — 30 Smith, Mrs. Peggy — 77, 83 Smith. Scott —5, 13, 30. 112, 114 Smothers. Brent — 66 Snyder, Chris — 47, 84,92, 120, 123 Somers, Tommy — 66, 118 Southard Oil Company Inc. — 147 Spain, Kevin —47 Spears, Kevin — 66 Spillcr, Jeff — 47,92 Squibb. Kevin — 5, 7, 31, 94, 112, 113, 134 St. John's Church — 151 Stanislawski. Mike — 66 Stanley. George — 47 Stanley, Tina — 48, 132 Starrick. Larry 58 Staten, Chris — 12. 58,84. 117. 123, 134 Stcinbcrger, Dean 66 Stcinmctz, Susan — 38. 48, 88, 98, 128 Stevens. Craig — 31.90 Stevens. Linda — 77, 91 Stewart, Roscann — 48, 91, 109 Stewart, Vance — 58 Slillcy, Crissy — 58 Stitcly, Joe ‘ 58, 91, 100. 104, 105 Stodghill, Becky — 58, 88, 132 Stone Funeral Home 143 Stoner, Teresa 66,107,131,132 Stoner, Tony — 48, 66,95, 131 Stoner. Tracey — 88,90, 132 Story, Tara — 66, 102 Stotlar-Hcrrin Lumber Company— 158 Straka, Jeff 31, 102,105 Stritzel. Richard — 78 Stubblefield, Amy — 31 Sturgeon, John — 66, 117 Sturgeon, Sheila 31,109 Sullivan. Amy — 66, 131 Sullivan, Debbie 31,88, 109 Summers. Dwayne — 58, 97, 117 123 Summers, Jennifer 31,96.102 108 Summers, Nancy — 31,91. 102, 103 Summers, Stacey — 48 Swarthout. Lori 58, 105 Talbott, Dan — 48,94 Talluto, Shawn 48,94 Tango. Jeff —67, 117 Tango, Robbie — 31.92 Tanner, Belle 58,90 Tanner. Billy 48,93, 94 Taylor, Jackie — 58 Taylor, Mr. John 3.71,72,171 Taylor, N. 10 Taylor, Todd 67 Tedeski.Tom 32,97 Tennyson, Jamcy — 48, 92 Terry's Barber Shop — 168 Tharp, Tim — 59.85, 117, 125 Thomas. Kelly A. 67, 105 Thomas, Kelly B. — 67 Thomas, Melody — 48 Thomas, Raymond —67. 102, 103 Thomas, Stacy — 48,92 Thomas, Tracy — 48. 67, 107. 112 115 123 Thompson, M.D.. BobG.— 142 Thompson, David 5, 32, 112, 113 Thompson, Lennic — 48, 101 Thompson, Teresa — 67 Thorpe, Jenny 67 Tinsley, Lisa 67 Todich. Brian 59 Tomanovich, Amy — 48, 83,98 Tomlinson, Tommy — 5, 32,92, 112, 114 Tomshack, Robert Toth. Kathy 67 Treccc Decorating— 158 Tresso. Frank — 32.92 Trotter, Michelle — 32, 97,98, 109 Trovillion, Kent — 32 Tyler. Dana — 48. 88 Unicorn — 155 Union Funeral Home — 138 Union Pharmacy — 168 Urban, Tammy — 59 Vantrcase Vantrcase 165 Vaughn, Alecia — 59, 82, 83, 88, 91, 99, 110, 128 Vaughn, Ronnie — 67 Volanski, Steve - 67 Van Zandt, Lee 67 Wagner, Kris 59,125 Waidc. Shana — 67 Wall. Jack — 70 Wall, Janet — 59 Wall. Karen —32 Wall, M — 10 Wall, Tonya — 59, 90,99. 109, 132 Wallace, Marty — 59. 84, 91, 97, 102. 103, 117, 123, 134 Walters. Kevin — 49, 94, 112, 116, 120. 123 Walters, Lisa — 67 Warren, Melanie 13, 14, 32, 72, 80, 82, 83,88, 128 Warren, Mr. Gary — 78,97. 112, 126 Warren, Mr. Terry — 3, 70, 142 Watkins, Lisa 62,67 Watson, Mike —59.85, 91,98. 104, 105 Watson, Rod — 59 Watson’s Jewelers— 138 Walton's Service Company — 163 Weakly. Mr. Dan 78,94 Weaver, Mr. Tim — 78, 84, 97, 120, 123, 124 Weaver, Trevor 15, 32, 84. 92, 120, 121, 134 Weaver. Tyler — 67 Wcbb.OD. Don J — 142 Webber. Darrell — 5, 33,92.94. 112, 113 Webster, Brett — 33.93 Weeks, Glen Pontiac Chevrolet — 161 Wells, Mrs. Debbie — West, Curt — 49, 93 West Frankfort House Furnishing— 147 West Frankfort Packing 153 Westell, Beth Ann —59. 132 WFRX — 168 Wharton, Cindy — 67 White, Denise — 67 White, Michelle L. — 49,85, 101, 105 Whittington, Shelly — 32, 109 W hobry, Michelle 67 Wicker, Mike 67,82.97, 101. 117, 124 Wiehn, Amy — 34 Wilburn. Angie —67. 88 Wilburn, Dawn 33. 88.96.97. 108 Wilburn, Martha — 33. 109 Wilce, John — 67 Wilkerson. Teresa — 33. 97, 101, 102, 103, 104 Wilkins. Joan — 49, 102 Williams, Andrew — 59, 85, 100, 105 Williams, Christi — 59, 90. 99, 105, 110 Williams, Clint — 59. 91 Williams, Dina 59.96,99, 100 Williams, Ray — 67 Williams, Jack 59,96 Williams, Russ — 33 Williams, Sandra 59 Williams, Troy 49 Willis. Jonathon 67. 102, 103, 104. 105 Willis, Kim 49,99 Willmorc. Allen 62,67.84 Willmore, Anut — 52. 59, 98. 123, 134 Wilson. Danny — 67 Wilson, Jerry — 49, 90, 94 Wilson, Marcus — 67 Winter. Mr. Ron — 78 Wollesen, Jeff— 33.90. 108, 118, 134 Woods, Amy — 33. 86. 88. 97, 98. 128 Woods, Angie — 59, 80, 81. 82. 88. 98, 107, 128 Woods, Jon — 13, 34, 91,97, 99 Wortman, Derrcn — 5, 6, 34, 93, 112, 115, 119. 134 Wortman, Lara 34,98 Wright, Diane — 59 Wright. John — 34, 82,84, 110, 120. 121 Wrights Radio Shack 141 Wycisskalla, Jason 67 Yadro Auto Parts — 165 Yadro, Mike — 5, 34,94. 112. 113 Yadro, Toni — 5, 6. 10, 88, 128 Yarbrough. Susan — 67. 88, 128 Yocum, Tammy — 34 York. Julie— 34.83,91.97 York. Mrs. Mary Jane — 78, 83, 109 Young, Leslie— 49 Young, Steve — 59, 80, 81, 84. 98, 117. 134 Zcboski, Shane — 59 Zimmer. Kendra 59 Zimmer. Rhonda 15, 49, 88, 102, 103, 104, 105 1751984-85 REDBIRD ANNUAL STAFF Volume 71 of the REDBIRD ANNUAL has been completed. To be quite honest, we are all glad that it is over. This year’s staff was headed by Tri-Editors Melanie Warren, Amy Woods, and Bret Hood. The REDBIRD ANNUAL staff would like to acknowledge the support of the professional people of West Frankfort. We would also like to thank Mr. Steve Smith of Delmar Studios, Mr. Bill Blcwett of Taylor Publishing Co., and the DAILY AMERICAN for their help with photography. The REDBIRD Annual also wants to thank Miss Susan Malkovich who helped the staff tremendously to make their first deadline while Mrs. Batts recovered from an accident. We would also like to express our gratitude for our advisor, Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts, who made the completion of this yearbook possible. 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