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

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1986 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 72 The times we spend at FCHS are the best times of our lives, and the friends and memories we gain will remain with us always. We know how important that a high school yearbook is, and through words and pictures, the REDBIRD ANNUAL staff has tried to record the highlights of this wonderful year. The Redbird Annual Proudly Presents “Remembering the Best of Times” iREDB1RD ANNUAL 1986 Staff Editor — Eric Jacobs Assoc. Editor — Angie Woods Administration and Faculty — Pam Fitzgerald Seniors — Andy Fiori Jeff Hamilton Juniors — Barbara Glodich Sophomores — David Lewis Freshmen —Jeff Karnes Sports — Steve Young B. J. Reach Advisor — Hellen Mary Batts Advertisements — Kim Barnes Kristi Lintner Index — Michelle Glodich Marcy Karoski Organizations — Cahrrie Gipson Tricia Patton Table of Contents 3 4 6 14 16 17 21 27 47 61 69 77 81 115 139 179 Remembering the Best of Times Class of ’86 Homecoming Camera Day Where It Comes Together Administration Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Student Life Organizations Athletics Advertisements Index 2A Time to Remember The long anticipated 1985-86 Homecoming was one of the highlights of a memorable year. The theme of the 69th Homecoming was appropriately “Cherish”. The gym was decorated in autumn colors by the Art Department under the direction of Mr. Tim Murphy. The activities began with the coronation on Wednesday, October 9. Jan Chapman was crowned this year’s Homecoming Queen. Brigett Davis and Cara Kerrone were runners-up. The new Homecoming Queen and her attendants were seranaded by the FCHS Swing Choir under the direction of Mr. David McHaney. The Choir sang “Sweetheart of Frankfort High”. Lynn Paulk and Steve Grzanich served as the Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. On Thursday, the traditional Chili Supper, Bonfire, Pep Rally, and the Snake Dance were held in preparation for Friday’s Homecoming Football Game with Marion. The game ended 41-0 with the Wildcats on top. HOMECOMING QUEEN Jan Chapman and ESCORT John Hays RUNNER-UP Brigelt Davis and ESCORT Mike Simmons RUNNER-UP Cara Kerrone and ESCORT Eric Barnes 6JUNIOR ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Patty Murphy and Tracy Thomas SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Amy Essick and Duwayne Fisher FRESHMAN ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Dawn Murphy and John Chapman JUNIOR ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Shannon Price and Keith Sanders SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Laura Fichtcl and John Mark Weaver FRESHMAN ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Becky O'Connor and Kevin Walters 7Miss Jan Chapman Queen 1985-86HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS — D. Murphy, A. Essick, P. Murphy, C. Kerrone, J. Chapman, B. Davis, S. Price, L. Fichtel, B. O’Connor. ESCORTS AND HONOR GUARDS — D. Fisher, K. Sanders, D. Jones, J. Chapman, E. Barnes, M. Simmons, J. Hays, K. Walters, T. Thomas, J. Weaver, J. Tennyson. 9Redbird players watch intently for the next play. Remembering the Best of Homecoming ’85 The Art Circle’s float was an eye-catching addition to the Homecoming Principal John Taylor lights the bonfire for the Pep Parade. Rally. Team members yell encouragement from the sidelines. The Redbird mascot excites the croud.________________________ 10The cheerleaders perform their flashlight routine. Band performs at Coronation. Football players and cheerleaders ride the fire engines in the Homecoming Parade. Children of the Homecoming Court — Jennifer Riva, Steven Broy, MISTRESS and MASTER OF CEREMONIES — Lynn Meredith Simpson, and Robbie Vans.__________________Paulk and Steve Grzanich. __Redbird Annual Staff ' OutfloA JfflbrSlJkThe traditional bonfire and snake dance brought feelings of closeness to students. BKEHSSJ'u , R"lbw wh°"» «®on.i ALMA MATER Hail to thee. Dear Alma Mater! Hail to thee, F.C.H.S. We shall always love you, dear old school i For we know you’re the best. Hail the teams that bring us glory! Hail the power friendship’s tie! We shall always strive to honor you ... All Hail... to Frankfort High[ The Madrigals of the Music Department invoke admiration and appreciation. M. McElwrath displays school spirit. pcp £?on C G,pSOn’ and K Golis are elate about the football The sophomore class worked together to make a successful“Hurry up with the jack stand!" First Place — Jay Lindsey 85-86 Camera Day Winners “Enjoying Junior Life." Third Place — Alecia Vaughn "Sing another lullaby, Mr. Rice.' Second Place — Dana Tyler The REDBIRD ANNUAL would like to thank those students who participated in this year’s Camera Day Contest. Pictures were chosen on the basis of originality and quality of photography.85-86 Class Officers SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Mike Henson — Vice-President Amy Tomanovich — President Jan Chapman — Treasurer Gina Reed — Secretary Class Sponsor — Mr. Don Hobbs JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Anut Willmore — President Patty Murphy — Vice-President Pam Fitzgerald — Treasurer John Melvin — Secretary Class Sponsor — Mr. Paul Grammer SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Allan Willmore — President Laura Fichtel — Vice-President Lori Jude — Secretary Danny Broy — Treasurer Class Sponsor — Mrs. Terri Brown FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Becky O’Connor — President Julie Lamar — Vice-President Kristin Crawford — Secretary Kim Spaven —Treasurer Class Sponsor — Mrs. Genelle BedokisT. Sipes. C. Cowan. K. McCord. K. Wagner truly enjoy the festiv ity of the Homecoming Dance. J. Coleman and K Barnes lake then oology assignment M Riches. I . Orr. and M. Wallace enjoy a happy lime be seriously. tween classes._______________________________________ Junior boys flash smiles as they pose for the camera Mr. C. Smith checks records.AdministrationSuperintendent, Mr. Terry Warren Mr. Terry Warren is the Superintendent of Frankfort Community District 168. He spends his time among the four schools administering educational policies. Mr. Warren has spent most of his life in education. He is a former FCHS English Instructor; he has been Principal of Denning Elementary and was Principal of Central Junior High School. He became Superintendent of Unit District 168 in 1984. From his experience in education, Mr. Warren has brought new dimensions in education to the School District. The Board of Education are elected members of the community who are concerned with the improvement of the education in the School District. The Board formulates policies and is responsible for directing the schools activities. Mr. Mike Riva is the President, and Mr. Mike Simpson is the Secretary of the Board. A MEMBERS OF THE BOARD — B. Osterhout, J. Wall, F. Kondritz, L. Hopkins, M. Simpson, M. Riva, D. Broy. 18F.C.H.S. Principal Mr. John Taylor One of the most necessary jobs at F.C.H.S. is that of our Principal Mr. John Taylor. This was Mr. Taylor’s second year as principal of the high school. Mr. Taylor’s time was taken up in changing schedules, advising students, and administering discipline. The hard work that Mr. Taylor demonstrated in the duties he performed enabled us to keep an organized school throughout the year. Mr. David Lee is an administrative assistant of District 168 and Head Varsity Basketball Coach. His duties include: Maintenance Supervisor of the District, Truant Officer, and working with Miss Grosco in the F.C.H.S. Attendance Office. Mr. David Lee 19The Office Personnel are: Mrs. Marty Innis, Computer Operator; Mrs. Betty Grotti, Computer Manager Bookkeeper; Mrs. Mary Lou Hogg. Mr. Taylor’s Personal Secretary- Mrs. Rich is on her way to Home-Ec Class. Mr. Hood and Mrs. Bedokis work with computer skills in the library. Mr Sipes poses for a picture while stepping out of Mr. Winters checks on current events before school starts. electronics. 20Faculty Opens New Doors in Education Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts English. REDBIRD ANNUAL Mrs. Genelle Bedokis Librarian Mrs. Sheila Blackwood Mathematics Mrs. Terri Brown English Mr. George Clark Guidance, Business Mr. Russell Clover English, REDBIRD NOTES Mrs. Donnette Dean Mathematics Ms. Judy DeLap Social Studies Mr. Larry Demattei Social Studies, Photography 22at FCHS for the Student Body Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris Business Mrs. Sandra Fiori Spanish, Social Studies Mr. Gene Ernest Physical Education Mr. Paul Grammer Social Studies St Mr. George Grosco Science Mrs. Sharon Helleny Guidance, Home Economics Mr. Dan Fiori Industrial Arts Miss Dolores Grosco Business, Attendance Mr. Donald Hobbs Industrial ArtsTeachers Are a Great Help in Developing Mr. Harold Hood Industrial Arts Miss Alice Hrovatich Business, Computers Mr. Charles Ielase English, Speech Mr. George Karoski Driver’s Education, Physical Education Miss Susan Malkovich Physical Education Mr. David McHaney Music Mrs. JoLinda Marlow English Mrs. Liz Orso Special Education 24the Students’ “Think Skills” for Higher Education Mr. Steve Pasko Industrial Arts Miss Jane Pen-French, English Mr. John Reach Building Trades Mr. Tim Ricci Health, Physical Education Mr. Pat Sipes Electronics, Industrial Arts Mr. Don Rice Government, Practical Law Mr. Charles Smith Guidance Mrs. Mary Rich Home Economics Mrs. Peggy Smith Special Education 25Mrs. Linda Stevens Science Mr. Dan Weakly Auto Mechanics Mr. Richard Stritzel Mathematics Mr. Tim Weaver Business Mr. Gary Warren Science Mrs. Debbie Wells Home Economics 1 4 Mrs. Mary Jane York Nursing Mr. Ron Winter Driver’s Education 26Seniors 27Remembering the Best of Times Is the Way Jeff Aldridge Eric Barnes C . k»U Sondra Barrett Chris Bedokis Lance Blankenship DuWayne Brookhouse Daniel Buckingham Kristi Bussler Lauri Cadleof Reminiscing through the Years Tina Cardwell Kim Carr David T. Cameron Jan Chapman Libby Clover Sherry Clayton Terry CraftonSusan Culpepper Amy Crews Mark Dees Vicki Dodd Brigett Davis Tracey Doty Angie Dunning Sarah EnglerKenneth Filkins Shelly Fisher Mike Fitzpatrick Amanda Gray Mike Goff Suzi GosnellThe Seniors Help Each Other to Overcome Jeff Hamilton Steve Grzanich Cathy Hall Lori Hammers James J. Hankins I Kristen Hanna Lee R. Harrawood John Hays Michael J. HensonAdversity and to Make the Good Times Last Ricky Henson David Holloman Russell Henson Dawn Hindman Darren Herring Chad Hilliard Ed Hubbard Scott Innis Monica Irvin 33Melissa Jent Alisa Johnson Eric Jacobs Rebecca Johnson Glenda Johnston Donald Jones i Chris Jordan Kerry Jones Matt JonesTodd Kalaher Cara Kerrone Roger Lane I t Vicki Keene Clint Knight Shelly Lay Billy Kaminski Sara Kirby Susie LangAthletics, Music, Clubs, and Classes Provide Matt McGhee Debbie Melvin Joni MelvinMany Memories of Four Years at FCHS Bobbi Mikutis Deon Mitchell ■fj Nicole Minton Richard Moore Chris Morgenthaler Daryn Morris Heather Mosley Rene Neibel Amy Nolen 37Nathan Norman JeffOdle John Owens Anastasia Pesselato Kelly Peterson Valerie Odum Lynn Paulk Shirley Plasters 38Matthew Podnar Patrick Pohl Lennie Thompson Chris Raubach Gina Reed Teri Rice Heather Roberts JoLyn Rose Kevin RoyeSeniors Trade Pictures and Graduation Cards Amy Kinsman Rumsey Sherry L. Rumsey Marla Salingue Keith Sanders i ■ Jill Shupe Terry Shelton Jamie Russell Dana Sapp Mike Simmonsfor Souvenirs and Keepsakes of Their Last Year Ann Simons JeffSmilanich James Simpson Dyke Smith Richard Sing Chris Snyder George Stanley Tina Stanley Jeff Spiller 41Susan Steinmetz Stacey Summers Billy Tanner Rose Ann Stewart Tony Stoner Jamey Tennyson Melody ThomasStacy Thomas f Mark T rusty John Mark Weaver Kandy West Curt WestMichelle White Joanie Wilkins Troy Williams Kim Willis Jerry Wilson Rhonda Zimmer NOT PICTURED Danny Baker Dean Baker Richard Batterson Melissa Boyer John Chapman Carl Dencausse Ed Everett Pam Fligor Judson Grace Teresa Henderson Bob Hudson Pam Melvin Noel Pond Donna Simpson Carol Wright Lesley Young In Memory of Marla Salingue 1968-1985 44Senior Activities Jeff Aldridge — Redbird Notes 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 1,2 Danny Baker — Dean Baker — Eric Barnes — Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Honor Society 3,4 Sondra Barrett — Richard Batterson — Chris Bedokis — Honor Society 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 2; Redbird Notes 1,2, 3; Library 1,2, 3,4 Lance Blankenship — Melissa Boyer — DuWayne Brookhouse — Football 2 Daniel Buckingham — Art Circle 1 Kristi Bussler — Twirler 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Madrigals 4 Lauri Cadle — Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1 David T. Cameron — Comp. Club V.P. 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Library 1,2,3, 4; Attend. Office 2,4 Tina Cardwell — FHA 1; Science Club 2 Kim Carr — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 4; Thespians 4; Speech Team 4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Jan Chapman — Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3,4; Student Council 2, 3,4; Red Peppers 3 John Chapman — Football 2,4 Becky Clandy — Sherry Clayton — Libby Clover — Guidance Worker 1,2; Volleyball 1; Attendance 2, 3 Colleen Cowan — Volleyball 3, 4; Mor. 2; Powder Puff Football 3.4; Nike Club 2 Terry Crafton — Basketball 1 Amy Crews — Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nike Club 3; Red Peppers 3 Susan Culpepper — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pom-Pon 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; Library 1,2,4; Science Club 4 Brigett Davis — Vice Pres. 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2,4; F.F.A. 2 Mark Dees — Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Girls Basketball Mgr. 4 Carl Dencausse — Tim Dial — Band 1,2, 3,4; Art Circle 4 Vicki Dodd — Tracey Doty — Angie Dunning — Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2 Sarah Engler — Powder Puff Football 3, 4 Ed Everett — Football 1,2 Julie Filkins— Volleyball 4 Kenneth Filkins — Football 1, 2, 3 Andy Fiori — Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Annual 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 1,2 DuWayne Fisher — Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; T rack 1 Shelley Fisher — Interpreter’s Theatre 3 Mike Fitzpatrick — Basketball 1,2, 3; Football 1,2 Pam Fligor — Mike Goff — Basketball 1, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Track 1; Youth Board 2, 3 Suzi Gosnell — FTA 3; Science Club 3 Judson Grace — Football 3 Amanda Gray — Steve Grzanich — Speech Team 4; Thespians 4; Library 1, 2, 3,4; RBN Ass’t Ed. 4; Computer Club Pres. 3 Cathy Hall — Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1,3,4; Red Peppers 3; Powder Puff Football 3, 4 Jeff Hamilton — Red Bird Annual 4; Science Club 4; Youth Board 2, 3, 4 Lori Hammers — Softball 1,2; FTA 1; Office Worker 1, 3.4 James J. Hankins — F.C.A. 3 Kristen Hanna — Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Nike Club 3 Lee R. Harrawood — John Hays — Football 1, 2, 3,4; Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Honor Society 3.4 Teresa Henderson — Michael J. Henson — Football 3; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3,4 Ricky Henson — Russell Henson — FTA 3, 4; Interpreter’s Theatre 3; Honor Society 3, 4 Darren Herring — Chad Hilliard — Dawn Hindman — David Holloman — Ed Hubbard — Bob Hudson — Scott Innis — Golf 1, 2 Monica Irvin — Volleyball 1,2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Softball 1; FHA 1 Eric Jacobs — RBA 2, 3, 4; Editor 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 4 Melissa Jent — Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Office Worker 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 1, 2 Alisa Johnson — Pom-Pon 2, 3; Chorus 4 Glenda Johnston — Cheerleader 3, 4; Volleyball 2; Science Club 4; Sec. 4; Nike Club 4; Pep Club 3,4 Donald Jones — Football 1,2,4; Wrestling 2; Basketball 1; Track 1; Youth Board 2 Kerry Jones — Student Council 2; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Nike Club 2, 3,4; Sec. 3; Pres. 4; FHA 1 Matt Jones — Chris Jordan — RBN 3, 4; Speech Team 4; Basketball Mgr. 2, 3; Scholar Bowl 1,2; FTA 1,2, 3, 4; Pres. 4 Todd Kalaher — Billy Kaminski — Vicki Keene — Cara Kerrone — Homecoming Attendant 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3. 4; Office Worker 4; Cheerleader 1 Sara Kirby — Clint Knight — Track 2, 3, 4; Football 2,4 45Senior Activities Roger Lane — Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1 Susie Lang — Powder Puff Football 4; Cheerleader 1 Shelly Lay — Jay Lindsey — Roxanne Mabry — Beth Martin — Interpreter’s Theatre 1, 2; Red Peppers 3; Nike Club 3; Pep Club 4 Tim Martin — Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; V.P. 4 Robby Massey — Barbara McElyea — Matthew McGhee — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 1,2 Debbie Melvin — Red Peppers 3 Joni Melvin — Youth Board 1, 2 Pam Melvin — Bobbi Mikutis — Nicole Minton — Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Redbird Mascot 3, 4; Red Peppers 3. 4: Nike Club 3; FTA 3 Dcon Mitchell — Golf 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1 Richard Moore — Chris Morgenthaler— Baseball 1,2, 3. 4: Basketball 2 Daryn Mooris — Football 1,2; Band 1,2, 3,4 Heather Mosely — RBN 2, 3, 4: Pom-Pon 2; Library 4; FHA 1: Treas. 1 Rene Neibel — Office Worker 4 Amy Nolen — Nathan Norman — Class Officer 1, 2, 3: Pres. Key Club 2, 3,4; Honor Society 3, 4; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1 Jeff Odle — Honor Society 3, 4; Golf 1, 2 Valerie Odum — John Owens — Rac Parrish — Office Worker 4 Lynn Paulk — Swing Choir 3, 4; Speech Team 4; FTA 3, 4; Madrigals 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians V.P. 3, 4 Anastasia Pcsselato — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Mgr. 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; FTA 3, 4 Kelly Peterson — Shirley Plasters — Matthew Podnar — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4 Patrick Ponl — Noel Pond — Chris Raubach — Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2 Gina Reed — Student Council 4; Class Officer 2; Youth Board 2; Nike Club 1; Cheerleader 2 Teri Rice — Powder Puff Football 3 Heather Roberts — Jolyn Rose — RBA 2, 3; Sub Debs 2, 3; Student Council 2; Nike Club 2; Red Peppers 3 Kevin Rose — Football 1; Science Club 2 Amy Kinsman Rumsey — Sherry L. Rumsey — Jamie Russell — Office Worker 4; Pep Club 1 Marla Salinque — Keith Sanders — Football 1, 2, 4; Basketball Mgr. 2; Football Mgr. 3; Science Club 2, 3.4 Dana Sapp — Terry Shelton — Football 2 Jill Shope — Pep Club 3; V.P. 3; Office Worker 3, 4 Mike Simmons — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2 Ann Simons — Donna Simpson — James Simpson — Richard Sing — JeffSmilanich — Dyke Smith — Chris Snyder — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Treas. 4; Track 1,2 JeffSpiller — George Stanley — Tina Stanley — FHA 1; Volleyball 2, 4; Office Worker 2; Powder Puff Football 3,4 Susan Steinmetz — Cheerleader 3; Office Worker 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3: Class Officer 3 Rose Ann Stewart — Tony Stoner—Football 1,2;Track 1 Stacey Summers — Dan Talbott — Shawn Talluto—Football 1 Billy Tanner — Jamey Tennyson — Football 4; Band 4 Melody Thomas — Powder Puff Football 4 Stacey Thomas — RBN 4; Band 1 Tracy Thomas — Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball Mgr. 2, 4; Speech Team 4; Honor Society 3, 4 Lonnie Thompson — Pom-Pon 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Youth Board 1,2; Art Circle 1; Basketball 1 Amy Tomanovich — Cheerleader 1, 2; Class Officer 1, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3,4; Student Council 1 Mark Trusty — Dana Tyler — Pom-Pon 2, 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Red Peppers 3; Nike Club 4; FTA 4 Kevin Walters — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Wrestling 1; Track 2 John Mark Weaver — Football 2, 3, 4 Curt West — Track 3. 4; Football Mgr. 3, 4; Art Circle 1 Kandy West — Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3 Michelle White — Madrigals 4; Swing Choir 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pom-Pon Capt. 4; Speech Team 4; Thespians 4 Joanie Wilkins — Office Worker 4; Chorus 3 Troy Williams — Wrestling 1,2, 3,4 Kim Willis — Student Council 2. 4: Nike Club 2 Jerry Wilson — Carol Wright — Lesley Young — Rhonda Zimmer — Student Body Pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3. 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Pep Club 3 46The Class of 87’ Will Always Remember Tricia Adkins Stacy Allen Radha Aiwa Tom Austin Amy Barkley Kim Barnes Alex Batts Lori Beasley Mary Beth Bejmovicz Michelle Boner Steve Boren Kevin Bradley Mark Bright Jena Calcaterra Krista Caraway 48the Best of Times of Their Junior Year Kcri Chance Melanie Clover Chris Coleman Janell Coleman Jerry Crabtree Kevin Craig Ronald Crawford Shane Croslin Theresa Culpepper Ted Cummings Jo Anna Dalton Jimmy Davis Michelle A. Dawson Lisa Day Rene DeGroof 49Tom Dinn Donna Dodd John Dorris John Edwards Scott Ellis Todd Engram Jackie Filkins Kevin Filkins Pam Fitzgerald Jay Forgatch Ryan Forrest Ranessa Freeman Dave Galli Amy Gass Don Gass 50Cahrric Gipson Barbara Glodich Kim Golis Jennifer Graskewicz Gayle Griffith Shannon Grotli Tony Halaska Kristie Hamilton Kenny Hargett Bill Hanley Brent Hays Jessie Hemminger Joe Hemminger Karin Herstedt Nick Hill 51Juniors Learn Responsibility and Organization Scott Hivcly Christine Hood Mark Hopper Glenn Hoppers Chris Hurtte Tina Jacobs Gary W. Jarvis Jill Jeffries Jacqueline Johnson John Johnson Danny Jones Floyd Jones Paula Kaytor Marty Kelley John Kelso 52by Planning and Raising Money for Prom Corky Kelton Trish Kelton Roger King Brent Kondritz Monica Lawrence Jim Ledbetter Angela Lee David Lewis Bruce Linsley Kristi Lintner Lome Lucas Mike Lucas Eddie Marks Tricia Martin JefT Marvel 53Bill Masters Rick Mathis Tim McDaniel Mike McElwrath Karen McElyea Scott McLain Mike McPhail Pat McPhail Jim Melvin John Melvin Lisa Menees Trent Miller Joey Mocaby Sheila Moore Tim Morthland 54Patty Murphy Ronnie Nelson Barry Neville Sara O’Connor Lori Odle Dean Overturf Tom Palasky Tricia Patton Rickie Pickering Brad Poole Lance Powless Shannon Price Chris Pugh Annette Pyles Chuck Richerson 55Purchasing and Ordering Class Rings Roy Riddle Scott Roan David Russell Todd Ruzich Dianne Sakonyi Steve Schram David Sevenski Tony Sipes Brett Sloan Julie Smith Melissa Southard Chris Staten Vance Stewart Chrissy Stilley Joe Stitely 56are One of the Ways Juniors Display Seniority Becky Stodghill Dwayne Summers Greg Summers Lori Swarthout Belle M. Tanner Jackie Taylor Tim Tharp Alecia Vaughn JefTVeller Kris Wagner Janet Wall Tonya Wall Marty Wallace Mike Watson Rodney Watson 57Beth Ann Westell Andrew Williams Christi Williams Clint Williams Dina Williams Jack Williams Anut Willmore Angie Woods Steve Young Shane Zeboski Kendra Zimmer NOT PICTURED Brian Bejmovicz Lisa Easley John Laine John McKeown Allen Rich Eric Price Gayla Price Bob Pruett In Memory Lisa Day 1969 1985 58Juniors Remember the Way They Were J. Jeffries endures Sub-Deb initiation. M. Boner eagerly waits for her assignment in English 111. K. Caraway enjoys her work in Electronics class. Junior Dianne Sakonyi prefers the library for study. R. Forrest, J. Ledbetter, and F. Jones use their time constructively in Mrs. Marlow’s English class. 59C. Stilley reads note as she walks to her next class. S. McLain enjoys Mr. Clover’s English III Literature class. Mr. DeMattei’s fourth Hour American History class is ready to begin. A. Lee uses electric sander in Woodshop to finish her project. Drivers’ Ed listens attentively in Mr. Winter’s class. B. Linsley gets materials out of locker for next class. 60SophomoresAfter Two Years of Anxiety the Sophomore Tom Adkins Karen Arvicw John Austin Gerri Behn Angela Lee Bennett Randy Bennett Ame Blades Kevin Blades Debra Bratcher Bart W. Bratcher Michelle Bromley John Brown Vickie Brown Chuck Broy Danny Broy Raymond Burke Don Bute Michelle Cardwell Marcus Chance Julie Chismar Steve Cima Tamara Lane Clark David Cloe Mike Clutts 62Class Is Eager to Find Out What Lies Ahead Scan Cowan Betsy Crowder Jacqueline Cutter Deanna Dale Dennon Davis Jackie Davis Brian Dorris Tanya Doty Eric Downs Leslee Downs Michelle Dragovich Brenda Edwards Jesse Edwards Sarah Elliott Steve Engler Phillip Erthall Laura Fichtel Tracy Filkins Nichole Frazier Rachel Frazier Bob Gardner Robin Garland David Giacone Dcede Gipson 63Elizabeth GofT John Griffin Carla Groves Kim Gunter Wendy A. Halaska Jeff Hankins Stacy Harkins Steve Harkins Tonya Harrawood Steve Harriss Clint Hawkins Angela Henson Kelvin Scott Hocker Jamison Howard Lisa Hubbs Laurie James Jodi Johnson Mike Johnson Greg Johnston Jim Jones Lori Jude Jeff Karnes Stefanie King Michelle Kirby 64Polly Kirkman Rudy Knight Vanessa Koczoroski Heidi Layman Carolynn Lee Lori Ligon Joe Lingle Cindy Litherland Kim Lovan Pam Lude Randy Mathis Kim McCord Donnie McElmurry Charles McElyea Carmen McPhail Jonathcn Miller LaVar Miller Amy Mills Jenna Mitchell Bob Mitchell Sean Mocaby Marty Moffett Tracy Mondino Dawn Montgomery 65Sophomores Often Show Their Matt Morris Jennifer Murray Richard Ncibch Laura Nolen Rachel Novy Scott O’Daniel Charles Ogden Mike Oster Natalie Osterhout Mike Pappas Angela Paulk Mike Periman Stacy Plasters Billie Pohl Patty Pugh Julie Pulliam Teresa Pyles Ramu Rao Michelle Ray B. J. Reach Tim Reeder Robert Richard Stacy Richardson Gary RogersOriginality in Thought and Action Traci Rumsey Greg Russell Jim Sanders Scott Sapp Gerald Sims Donald Smith Jason Smith Rhonda Smithberg Brent Smothers Tommy Somers Kevin Spears Mike Stanislawski Dean Steinberger Teresa Stoner Tracy Stoner Tara Story John Sturgeon Amy Sullivan Rusty Sword JefT Tango Todd Taylor Kelly A. Thomas Kelly B. Thomas Raymond Thomas 67Tracy Thomas Teresa Thompson Jerry Thorpe Kathy Toth Lee VanZandt Ronnie Vaughn Gary Vick Steve Volanski Jami Wallace Lisa Wazers Robert Weaver Tyler Weaver Denise White Michelle Whobrey Mike Wicker Angie Wilburn John Wilce Ray Allen Williams Jonathon Willis Allan Willmore Danny Wilson Marcus Wilson Jason Wyciskalla Susan Yarbrough NOT PICTURED Ollie Cooper Michelle Dunning Amy Essick Rick Hopper Joe Isaacs Alan Kaminski Joe Las we 11 Cindy Wharton 68The Freshmen Class Learns Quickly to Tim Adkins Patrick Anderson Robert L. Andrews Elva R. Arview Tim C. Arview Laura Barton Jason Beavers Tara Biggs Tony Boswell Malinda Browning Amy Butler Jarrod Calcaterra Cassie Cameron Clayton Carter Tyra Carter Lisa Clark Keith Cloe Beth Corley Tim Costellia Christine Crawford Vicki Culpepper Karen Cunningham Melany Dailey Andy Darnell Audra Darnell Rich Denham Jeremy Dodd Matt Donkin Jay Doty Tanya Dover Jerry Easley Tammy Edwards Keith Eickleberry Derek Fichtel Doug Filkins 70Adapt to the Lifestyles of High School John Filkins Diann Fisher Charles Foote Don Fort William Freeman Laura Galbraith Robert Gardner Jerry Gass Jody Gass Mandy Gilliam Michelle Glodich Melynda Gosnell Chris Gossett Amy Green Kenneth Griffin Shane Griffith Stacy Grimes Randal Grohler Eric Gunter Dion Halaska Nick Hall Randy Hall Matt Harriss Danny Ray Hartline Barbara Hawkins George Henderson Billy Henson Jason K. Henson Todd Hermetz Colette Heyder Sherri Hobbs Tom Hogan Joe Holly Johnny Hoole Phillip Humphrey 71Shane James Jeff Johnson Lori Jones Lisa Joplin Richard Jude Trevor Julian John Karnes Marcy Karoski Julie Lamar Dana Lampley Lori Lawrence Sandy LeClaire Caryn Lee Denise Lee Meike Leek Amy Lefler Craig Lemmon Lori Lewis Malissa Lingle Steve Linn Mary Litherland Jason Maragni Frank Martin Scott Mason Mike McCormick John McElyea Mary McGhee Judd McLain Andrea McPhail Robert Wayne Melton Greg Melvin James Melvin Neal Mezo Shane Minton Sarah Mitchell 72Sheri Mitchell Heath Moffett Michael Moschino Dusty Mosscr Dawn Murphy Mike Murphy Ernest Nanglc Larry Neibel Jan Nicholas Jeanne Nicholson Brent Nolen Becky O’Connor Scan O’Keefe Larry Ogden Stacey Orr Tara Orr Jeff Ovcrturf Dwight Pollard Michelle Pritchard Lori Ray Deon Redmon Gina Reed Mike Renner Susanne Rice Eric Rich Opie Rich Chris Richerson Martha Richey Karen Rioux Christina Sanders Darin Sanders Dwight Sanders Regina Sanders Mindy Schram Kevin Shelby 73New Outlook Toward School Scott Sigler Todd Sigler Valarie Simpson Sonya Slane Don Smelcer Chrystal Smith Kendra Smothers Mike Smothers Mark Sneddon Brent Snyder Kim Spaven Jenni Spears Suzanne Spicer Wally Steinberger Stacy Steinmetz Holly Strain Angie Summers Jerry Sword Taemi Tate Greg Thomas John Tomanovich Carl Turpin Nannette Turpin Shane Tyler Chrissy Vans Jon Vaughn Joseph Veller Larry Veteto Toni Wagner Brent Wall Heather Walthes Shawn Walton Eric Warren Collin Weaver Julie Weaver 74Comes from Newfound Creativity Bill Whittington Rick Wilkcrson Billy Williams Cathy Williams Jennifer Williams Jonathan Williams Stephanie Williams Schy Willmorc Scott Wingct Aaron Wolfe Andy Woods Shelley Woolard Carla Wyatt Warren Yadro Tamara Yard Curtis Yocum Laurie Yocum Richard York Brigette Young Jackie Zukosky NOT PICTURED Bryon Hclfrich Mike Peters Don Price Lisa Pyles George Williams Robert Williams J. Henson and D. Sanders arc ready for camera day. Freshman girls wait for group pictures. 75Mr.Fiori checks drafting lesson plans. Supt. Warren and Mr. Sipes discuss school Mrs. Dorris proofreads class typing assignments. Coach Lee gives last minute instructions. Motivation Leadership Guidance Nurse York takes an important phone call while Mrs. Innis works on the day's attendance.Student Life A student’s life is hard work. Going to school, studying, and homework — what a hectic schedule! Nevertheless, we manage to fit in extra-curricular activities and a social life. No matter if the student is involved in academics, organizations, or athletics, if it is done at Frankfort High, it is done with style! The F.C.H.S. student lives for the weekend. As soon as Friday rolls around, the high school student heads uptown. He may be cheering at a game, jammin’ down at a party, or just dragging Main Street with some friends. The first concern is to have a good time and to forget about school for a while. The primary purpose of a yearbook is not only to tell what happened during the school year, but also to show how students lived and what they thought. This portion of the book is dedicated to this purpose. 77What will you remember most Greg Johnston — “Playing Varsity Basketball and Key Club initiation. Collen Cowan — “The fun I had with my boyfriend Tony.” Jan Chapman — “The night I was crowned Homecoming Queen.” John Hays — “Being named Varsity Football captain and starting both offense and defense.” I — “When wc beat Marion and Johnston City to win the Pyramid Tournament.” Susie Lang — “All the partying times with Kris, Cara Kcrrone — “I will always Amy, and Bob.” remember the ‘Party Animals’.” Lori Hammers — “I will always remember Mr. Rice's class and the ‘children’ he called back.” 78about this year? Mark Dees — “Looking forward lo Gradua- Brad Poole — “My first game as Varsity Quarterback.” tion and weekends with my friends.” Tim Tharp — “The first time that I walked into school without crutches.” Julie Chismar — “Turning sixteen and going to rock concerts.” Lori Jude — “Finally turning sixteen and getting my drivers' license.” 79FRANKFORT’S FAVORITES FOR 1985-86 FAVORITE TV SHOWS 1. The Cosby Show 2. Miami Vice 3. Growing Pains 4. Family Ties 5. Who’s the Boss? FAVORITE MALE TV STARS 1. Bill Cosby 2. Michael J. Fox 3. Don Johnson 4. Tom Selleck 5. Tony Danza FAVORITE FEMALE TV STARS 1. Heather Thomas 2. Cybill Sheppard 3. Heather Locklear 4. Joan Collins 5. Nell Carter FAVORITE MOVIES 1. Rocky IV 2. Rambo 3. Back to the Future 4. Beverly Hills Cop 5. First Blood FAVORITE MALE MOVIE STARS 1. Sylvester Stallone 2. Clint Eastwood 3. Rob Lowe 4. Eddie Murphy 5. Robert Redford FAVORITE FEMALE MOVIE STARS 1. Kathleen Turner 2. Meryl Streep 3. Cher 4. Sally Field 5. Bo Derek Fans cheer Redbirds to victory. Senior boys discuss their plans for weekend. Selling projects are unavoidable. FAVORITE SONGS 1. How Will I Know? Whitney Houston 2. Smokin' in the Boys Room Motley Crue 3. World of Fantasy Triumph 4. Dancing in the Dark Bruce Springsteen 5. Cherish Kool and the Gang 6. Money for Nothing Dire Straits 7. Say You, Say Me Lionel Richie 8. Power of Love Huey Lewis and the News 9. Glory Days Bruce Springsteen 10. All My Rowdy Friends Hank Williams, Jr. FAVORITE ALBUMS 1. Bom in the USA 2. Theater of Pain 3. Like a Virgin 4. Stages 5. Standing Hampton FAVORITE MALE SINGERS 1. Bruce Springsteen 2. Sammy Hagar 3. Hank Williams, Jr. 4. Bryan Adams 5. John Cougar Mcllencamp FAVORITE FEMALE SINGERS 1. Whitney Houston 2. Madonna 3. Sheila E. 4. Pat Bcnatar 5. Tina Turner M. Goff and H. Mosley are one of many “steady” couples on F.C.H.S. campus. 80REDBIRD ANNUAL — Row 1: Mrs. Batts. Miss Malkovich. Row 2: M. Glodich, A. Woods. P. Fitzgerald. J. Karnes. T. Patton, E. Jacobs. K. Limner).B. Glodich. Row 3: M. Karoski, C. Gipson, S. Young, D. Lewis, J Hamilton, A. Fiori, B. J. Reach. The 1985-86 Editor was Eric Jacobs, and the Associate Editor was Angie Woods. From the cover design to the advertisements, this book represents many hours of hard work and dedication given by each staff member. Knowing how important the yearbook is to the student body, the REDBIRD ANNUAL staff worked diligently to make this year’s annual special. Mrs. Hellen Mary Batts supervised the progress, giving ideas and suggestions when they were needed. This year’s Editor was senior Eric Jacobs, assisted by Associate Editor Angie Woods. Their dedication helped to make this year’s annual a success. Other senior staff members include Andy Fiori and Jeff Hamilton. Despite misplaced pictures, unwritten copy, and rushed deadlines, the staff completed the book and is pleased with their work. It is our hope that the student body will be happy with the results. 82STAFF MEMBERS — P. Fitzgerald, T. Patton, SPORTS EDITORS — B. J. Reach and S. Young. C. Gipson, M. Karoski. STAFF MEMBERS—K. Lintnerand K. Barnes. Redbird Annual Staff 83SUB DEBS — Row I: J. Jeffries, A. Woods, M. Lawrence, T. Mondino, C. Lee, J. Chismar. Row 2: Mrs. York. A. Tomanovich, L. Fichtel, L. Jude. P. Murphy, P. Fitzgerald, K. Lintner, C. Litherland. Row 3: Mrs. Smith, T. Patton, K. Golis, C. Gipson. D. Sakonyi, C. Hall. A. Vaughn, T. Adkins. Sub Deb members will always remember their initiation day. Sub Deb members ride the truck in the 1985-86 Homecoming parade. Sub Debs is an organization for all Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls who are interested in civic improvements. Scholarship, leadership.and selfintegrity are desirable characteristics for membership. Mrs. Peggy Smith has been the Sub Debs sponsor for six years. Mrs. Mary Jane York has assisted her for two years. This year’s activities included selling mums for the Homecoming game, working at the Old King Coal Race, selling candy bars, helping with the Princess Flame ceremonies, having a Christmas party, working concessions, and attending the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. The Sub Debs officers are Cathy Hall, Pres., Angie Woods, V. Pres., Tricia Patton, Treas., and Dianne Sakonyi, Hist. SUB DEB OFFICERS — C. Hall, A. Woods, P. Fitzgerald, T. Patton, D. Sakonyi 84KEY CLUB — Row I: D. Broy, M. Wallace, T. Sipes, T. Morthland, S. Young, M. Clutts. B. Poole, M. Pod-nar, N. Norman. Row 2: Mr. Ielase, E. Jacobs, M. McGhee, M. Moffett, T.Martin, Mr. Weaver. Row 3: D. Cloe, D. Giacone, E. Barnes, C. Staten, B. J. Reach, M. Johnson, A. Willmorc, J. Hays, M. Pappas, A. Willmorc. Row 4: M. McPhail, D. Davis, P. McPhail, C. Snyder, G. Johnston, T. Palasky, T. Weaver, J. Dorris. J. Sanders. The Key Club is a service organization that is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. The club is open for membership to any senior, junior, and sophomore boys who have proved themselves enterprising students and exceptional leaders. The Key Club is one of the most respected clubs in high school. The group's advisors are Mr. Tim Weaver and Mr. Charles Ielase. The new members of the 1985-86 Key Club were initiated by the annual ritual of “dressing up” to look like girls. The Key Club’s activities were: helping with the annual Kiwanis Barbeque, the 10K Race during the Old King coal Festival, and participating as “Powder-Puff' Cheerleaders. Key Club members suffer through initiation. KEY CLUB OFFICERS — J. Hays — Pres., T. Martin — V. Pres., C. Snyder — Treas., N. Norman — Sec. Powder-Puff cheerleaders provide half time entertainment. 85STUDENT COUNCIL — Row 1: C. Kerrone, K. Spaven, K. Lintner, A. Woods, T. Mondino, G. Reed, J. Chapman. Row 2: D. Murphy, M. Donkin, M. Pappas, P. Murphy, A. Vaughn, B. Glodich, P. Fitzgerald, B. Davis. Row 3: M. Leek, J. LaMar, K. Willis, D. Davis, B. J. Reach, T. Patton, L. Fichtel, B. Tanner. J. Chapman, Pres., P. Murphy, V. Pres., T. Patton, Sec., C. Kerrone, Treas. Pres. J. Chapman speaks to members of the Student Council during an important meeting. The Student Council is an organization sponsored by Ms. Judy Deap. This year the council participated in many activities. The first was the organizing and planning of the annual Homecoming Dance. One of the most important things the council did this year was the sponsoring of needy families at Christmas. This is the second year the council has played an active part in this program. The program served many needy families and provided them with a special Christmas. This club serves as an active link between the School Board, the Faculty, and the students. 86REDBIRD NOTES — D. Sakonyi, B. Kondritz, D. Summers, C. Jordan, S.Thomas, T. Akdins, H. Mosley, J. Aldridge, S. Grzanich, P. Murphy, C. Lee REDBIRD Notes is a class of dedicated students working together to publish the school’s newspaper. RBN is generally regarded as one of the finest school papers in Southern Illinois. REDBIRD Notes is the proud winner of the Blue Banner Award. The REDBIRD Notes’ purpose is to inform the student body of news and events occurring or pertaining to FCHS. The RBN staff welcomes any sophomore, junior, or senior with an interest in journalism. Under the supervision of Mr. Russell Clover, the RBN was able to press nine issues. REDBIRD NOTES’ members wait for assignment. REDBIRD NOTES’ advisor is Mr. Russell Clover and their editor is Jeff Aldridge. 87SCIENCE CLUB — Row 1: Mrs. Stevens, P. Erthall, C. Jordan, L. Beasley, M. Dawson, T. Clark, K. Barnes, A. Paulk, R. Frazier, L. Powlcss, T. Mondino. Row 2: Mr. Grosco, P. Fitzgerald, A. Henson, E. Jacobs, P. Pohl, C. McPhail, S. Harriss, G. Russell, S. McLain, A. Essick. Row 3: C. Groves, T. Story, J. Willis, D. Herring. T. Patton, K. Sanders, S. Culpepper, M. Podner. A. Vaughn, N. Norman. Row 4: Mr. Warren, C. Raubach, M. Henson, J. Hamilton, R. Henson, T. Cameron, R. DeGroof, M. Watson, C. Gipson, G. Johnston, T. Dinn. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS — Row 1: A. Vaughn, V. Pres., T. Patton, Pres. Row 2: T. Clark, Rcc. Sec., G. Johnston, Corr. See., P. Fitzgerald, Treas. The Science Club members enjoy a boat ride on club trip. 88 The Science Club is an organization sponsored by the teachers of the science department: Mrs. Stevens, Mr. Warren and Mr. Grosco. It is a club for students who are interested and are wanting to learn about the many aspects of science. This year the Science Club has taken part in many fund-raisers. The first was a concession at a home football game. Second, they have sold Red-bird seat cushions to be used for both football and basketball games. Also, they held concessions for a home regional toum. basketball game. The money made will be used for a science fair which will be taking place toward the end of the 1985-1986 school year. Anyone who enjoys science is encouraged to join the F.C.H.S. Science Club. Mr. Warren acts as head chef during Science Club outing.NIKE CLUB — Row I: D. Tyler, K. Arview, T. Mondino, M. Glodich, K. Jones. T. Jacobs. Row 2: M. Richey. A. Paulk. K. Crawford, M. Dawson, C. Williams. Row 3: A. Essick, J. Chismar, R. Frazier, L. Beasley. M. Clover, Ms. Grosco. Row 4: B. Glodich, L. Jude. M. Litherland. D. Sakonyi, C. McPhail, C. Lee, G. Johnston. The Nike Club is sponsored by the F.C.H.S. Business Department and headed by Miss Dolores Grosco and Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris. The objectives of the club are to prepare members for a business career, to serve community and school, to develop leadership and initiative, and to encourage citizenship. The Nike Club is open to all students. It meets on the third Thursday of each month. The organization is sponsored by the Business and Professional Women’s Club of West Frankfort, who gives a party for the members and provides an annual scholarship. The students enjoyed many projects and activities during the year. They listened to interesting guest speakers, worked ballgame concessions, held bake sales, and had Christmas and Halloween parties. NIKE CLUB OFFICERS — B. Glodich, D. Sakonyi, K. Jones, M. Clover. 89pRpoh|IRCLE _ R°W 1: D BratCher’ S Plasters' L Nolen’ E Gofr- B Pohl Row 2: M. Dragovich, C. Groves, J. Crabtree, T. Stoner, Overtime Activities Call for Skill and Talent ADV. ART — Row 1: D. Wilson, L. Thompson, M. Stanislawski, L. Nolen, T. Harrawood. Row 2: B. Tanner, J. Brown, C. Wharton, T. Somers, R. Knight, R. Vaughn. Row 3: M. McPhail, J. Weaver, J. Wilson, S. Ellis, R. Burke, C. Coleman, C. Hillard, J. Hankins. 90PEP CLUB — Row 1: B. Young, M. Lingle, M. Glodich, T. Jacobs, A. Summers. Row 2: C. Cameron, K. Spaven, L. Powless, A. Paulk, K. Arview, N. Frazier, B. Crowder, A. Wilburn, J. Tango, G. Henderson. Row 3: Mrs. Johnson, C. Williams, T. Biggs, M. Richey, L. Clark, L. Galbraith, C. Smith, J. Nicholson, L. Cadle, A. Woods, J. Jeffries, T. Mondino, J. Weaver, S. Sanders. Row 4: S. Grimes, B. Glodich, K. McCord, J. Chismar, L. Fichtel, D. Diacone, C. Lithcrland, L. Jones, R. Frazier, B. Hawkins, T. Doty, D. Fisher, J. Dodd, L. Jude, B. O’Connor, C. Lee. Row 5: T. Adkins, L. Ray, M. Whobrey, J. Mitchell, K. Golis, S. Steinmetz, S. Orr, H. Strain, J. Lamar, A. Green, M. Southard, K. Lintner, M. Butler, M. McElwrath. Row 6: C. Varis, T. Patton, M. Leek, M. Karoski, C. Gipson, G. Johnston, A. Darnell, T. Story, V. Simpson, C. McPhail, J. Willis, D. Sakonyi, M. Sneddon, T. Adkins, J. Henson. PEP CLUB OFFICERS — C. McPhail, R. Frazier. The Pep Club is an organization open for all students at F.C.H.S. who are interested in supporting all athletic activities. The goals of the Pep Club are raising spirits at all athletic games, to encourage wearing red to all basketball games and to help support the Pep bus. This year’s activities included working concessions for games, having a bake sale, and selling candy in which the Pep Club adopted a family at Christmas. The sponsors for their first year were Mrs. Vicki Johnson and Miss Susan Malkovitch. This year’s officers were B. Glodich, Vice Pres., R. Frazier, Pres., and C. McPhail, Treas.WOC. AUTO — Row 1: D. Jones, E. Marks, M. Podnar, M. McGhee, K. Roy, J. Lindsey, J. Ledbetter. Row 2: J. Aldridge, M. Jones, R. Massey, S. Boren, J. Weaver, E. Hubbard, C. West, R. Henson. Row 3: R. Lane, D. Brookhouse, B. Hudson, C. Knight, S. Talluto, K. Walters, C. Richardson, D. Gass, Mr. Weakly. MACHINE SHOP — Row 1: C. Dencausse, E. Price, G. Summers, J. Chapman, B. Masters. Row 2: S. Talluto, M. Simmons, John Hays, Mr. Pasko. 92BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: D. Baker, D. Buckingham, T. Kalahcr, C. Dencausse, Mr. Reach. Row 2: T. Stoner, J. Hcmminger, B. Tanner. M. Simmons, B. Masters, D. Russell. Training Is a Handy Experience: Building BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: D. Fisher, T. McDaniel, C. Staten, B. Hartley Mr. Reach. Row 2: J. Melvin, D. Talbot, V. Stewart, T.Engram, T. Ruzich. 93ELECTRONICS HI — Row I: N. Hill. S. Young. K. Craig, S. Schram, J. Davis, B. Linslcy, T. Crafton. Row 2: S. Hivcly. J. Crabtree, K. Caraway, S. Roan. C. Pugh, T. Morthland, T. Sipes. Mr. Sipes. Row 3: C. Williams, T. Tharp. S. Innis, D. Lewis, M. Simmons, R. Crawford, P. McPhail. D. Sevenski. ADV. ELECTRONICS____Row 1: J. Spiller, T. Martin, M. Dees, M. McGhee. Row 2: J. Tennyson, E. Barnes. M. Jones. Mr. Sipes. Row 3: C. Raubach. J. Odle. C. Snyder. S. Thomas, A. Fiori, M. Goff. Electronics Establishes Programs for Jobs 94DRAFTING IV — Row 1: T. Shelton, M. Fitzpatrick. Row 2: C. West. Mr. Fiori. Row 3: M. Dees. C. Morgenthalcr. J. Odlc. R Henson. Students Feel Pride in Their Achievements FFA — Row I: W. Freeman, M. Murphy, J. GrifTcn. D. Pollard, J. Karnes. Row 2: Mr. Hobbs, T. Stoner, R. Lane, R. Massey.FTA — Row 1: K. Jones, K. Thomas, P. Kirkman, L. Paulk, D, Tyler, B. Glodich, A. Paulk, K. Arview. M. GlodicIrRow 2: K. Crawford, L. James, L. Beasley, V. Koczrowski, L. Jude, C. Lee, M. McElwrath, S. Spicer, C. Hood. Row 3: Mrs. Dean, C. Jordan, J. Calcaterra, P. Pugh, R. Henson, L. Downs, C. McPhail, K. Golis, A. Pessalato, Mrs. Blackwood. The Future Teachers of America Club is designed to further the interest in the teaching profession. The club hears speakers and views programs which provide current information on various Fields of education. The club has a large active membership and is open to all students. In addition to the professional aspect, the FTA members enjoy several social activities and other projects during the year. The members will remember the hayrides, Christmas caroling, bake sales, and concessions. The FTA is sponsored by Mrs. Shiela Blackwood, the active sponsor for six years. This year’s officers are: Pres., K. Jones; V. Pres., C. Jordan; Sec., A. Pessalato; and Treas., R. Henson. FTA OFFICERS — Row I: A. Pessalato, K. Jones. Row 2: R. Henson, C. Jordan. 96SPEECH TEAM — Row 1: L. Paulk, T. Clark, M. Clover, C. Williams, C. Williams. Row 2: K. McCord, L. Powless, M. McElwrath, C. Jordan, K. Carr. M. White. Row 3: Mr. Iclasc, S. Grzanich, R. Henson, T. Thomas, J. Crabtree, D. Herring. School Organizations Have Dedicated Workers FHA — Row 1: B. Crowder. T. Rumsey, N. Frazier. T. Jacobs. M. Glodich. Row 2: Mrs. Rich, T. Dover, M. Dayley, J. Weaver, K. Crawford. Mrs. Wells. Row 3: T. Doty. L. Beasley, L. Lawrence, S. Hobbs. A. McPhail. J. Wallace, M. Browning. 97NURSING II — Row I: J. Mitchell, K. Thomas, S. Steinmetz. K. Jones, Mrs. York. Row 2: M. Dragovich, V. Koczrowski. Row 3: J. Johnson, G. Behn, P. Pugh, L. Downs, B. Martin, M. Dunning. Nursing Is the Importance of Caring NURSING I — Row I: L. Cadlc, J. Filkins, G. Price, R. Parrish. Row 2: R. Stewart, M. Dawson, J. Taylor, S. Price, Mrs. York.OFFICE WORKERS — Row I: L. Swarthout. A. Essick, T. Mondino, T. Clark, C. Stilley, M. Lingle, C. Hood, K. Jones. P. Fligor. Row 2: E. Goff, A. Willmore, V. Odum, P. Fitzgerald, A. Woods, J. Chapman, C. Kerronc, B. Mikutis, L. Lucas. Row 3: L. Jude. L. Fichtel. T. Martin. K. Hanna. T. Adkins, M. Jent, J. LaMar, J. Russell, S. Steinmctz, A. Henson. Row 4: B. Neville. K. Bradley, M. Watson, J. Rose, K. Sanders, J. Crabtree, C. Gipson, D. Hindman, D. Herring. LIBRARIANS— H. Mosley, S. Culpepper, Mrs. Bedokis, C. Bedokis, D. Cameron, S. Grazanich. 99Row 1: M. Vaughn, B. McCarty, C. Thompson — Retired Cook. Row 2: G. Stanley, K. Murphy. Cafeteria Club Serves Students Well Students enjoy eating lunch in the cafeteria. 100HONOR SOCIETY — Row 1: C. Jordan, E. Jacobs, L. Paulk, M. McGhee. N. Norman, J. Hays. Row 2: A. Pcsselato, R. Zimmer, E. Barnes, C. Bedokis, C. Hall, S. Culpepper. Row 3: J. Odle, A. Fiori, R. Henson, T. Thomas, M. Goff, T. Cameron, Mr. Warren. YOUTH BOARD — Row I: M. McElwrath, P. Murphy, B. Glodich, K. Crawford, M. Glodich. Row 2: T. Filkins, D. Lee, T. Adkins, C. McPhail, H. Walthcs, T. Stoner, T. Patton. Row 3: J. Hays, J. Hamilton, C. Hawkins, M. McPhail, P. McPhail, R. Burke, M. Wicker, D. Broy.Powder-Puff; FRESHMAN-JUNIOR TEAM — Row 1: L. Yocum, C. Williams, P. Fitzgerald, B. Glodich, C. Hood. J. Weaver, J. Hemminger, S. Price, T. Jacobs, M. Glodich. Row 2: Coach B. Poole, M. Boner, K. Spavcn, A. McPhail, A. Tanner, K. Zimmer, T. Biggs, P. Murphy, M. Leek, M. Southard. B. Young, B. McGhee. Row 3: Coach S. Young, J. Calcaterra, D. Murphy, R. Sanders, M. Lithcrland, C. Gipson, B. Stodghill, A. Lcfler, D. Lee, C. Varis, J. Lamar. D. Sakonyi, Coach J. Marvel. The 1985-86 powder-puff football game proved to be yet another exciting game. The freshman-junior “gray” team coached by Miss Susan Malkovich was defeated by the sophomore-senior “maroon” team coached by Ms. Judy DeLap. Each team scored late in the game with the gray team taking the lead in the 3rd quarter on an 86 yard run by quarterback Denise Lee. Late in the 4th quarter maroon runningback Tracey Filkins tied the game with a 36 yard run. The sophomore-senior team won the game on overall yardage in sudden death. SOPHOMORE-SENIOR TEAM — Row 1: N. Frazier. M. Thomas, B. Pohl, J. Chismar, H. Layman, D. Tyler, S. Lang, K. Arvicw, T. Mondino. Row 2: Coach E. Barnes, R. Frazier, J. Wallace, L. Jude, M. Dunning, C. Cowan, M. Dragovich, S. Barrett, C. Lee, A. Paulk, Coach A. Willmorc. Row 3: Coach T. Sipes, R. Smithbcrg, A. Dunning, S. Englcr, K. Hanna, L. Downs, D. Hindman, C. Hall, C. McPhail, T. Filkins, Coach J. Hays. 102REDBIRD POWDER-PUFF CAPTAINS — C. Cowan, S. Lay. Semi-Tough GRAYBIRD POWDER-PUFF CAPTAINS — P. Murphy, C. Gipson, C. Hood. T. Filkins breaks through line to score during the 1985-86 Powder-Puff Football game. Key Club members assume role of Powder-Puff cheerleaders. J. Calcaterra is set to go. Quarterback D. Lee warms 103ADVANCED WELDING — Row I: S. O’Daniel, B. Dorris, S. Englcr, C. McEIyea, M. Kalahcr, M. Kelley. Row 2: M. Oster, R. Massey, S. Croslin, T. Cummings, T. Stoner, K. Craig, J. Davis. Row 3: Mr. Hobbs, R. Hudson, C. Ogden, R. DcGroof, R. Crawford, B. Tanner, J. Chapman. Wood shop students learn to use practical skills as well as to make useful items for the school. 104West Frankfort’s Redbird and Marion's Wildcat engage in some banter before a home basketball game. Chorus members serenade the Homecoming Queen with “Sweetheart of Frankfort High.” L. Fichtel takes care of business in the main office. Sub Deb members anxiously crawl into McDonalds for their long awaited lunch. 105F.C.H.S. BAND — Row 1: P. Lude, S. Mitchell, S. Spicer, M. White, C. Williams, S. Culpepper, K. McElyea, L. Thompson, C. Wyatt. Row 2: L. Mcnees, L. Paulk, L. Swarthout, L. Odle, J. Gass, D. Murphy, K. McCord, T. Mondino, K. Carr, J. Maragni, G. Griffith. C. Williams. S. Minton, K. Busslcr. Row 3: R. Zimmer, L. Powless, J. Davis, J. Stitely, M. Lithcrland, A. Butler, D. Sakonyia, D. Morris, M. Donkin, J. Willis, J. Tennyson, K. Thomas, S. Willmorc, C. Lithcrland, J. Smith. Row 4: B. Hays, D. Sanders, J. Sanders. R. Wilkerson, T. Dial, T. Austin, A. Darnell, S. Mocaby, M. Watson, D. Herring, S. Volanski, J. Sword, Mr. McHaney. BAND OFFICERS — L. Menees, S. Culpepper, D. Herring, K. Busslcr, R. Zimmer, J. Smith. 106 PEP BAND — Row 1: C. Williams, A. Butler, M. White, K. Carr, C. Lithcrland. Row 2: L. Menees, D. Morris, A. Darnell, S. Willmore, M. Donkin, R. Grohler, J. Sword. Row 3: S. Minton, T. Dial, S. Spicer, D. Sanders, C. Williams. J. Stitely, D. Sakonyi, R. Wilkerson.M White, E. Barnes, and L. Paulk perform during the F.C.H.S.student presentation of "Oklahoma.” Mr. Mc Hanc) is shown seconds before the announcement of his bcconuin.'( it i cn of the Year, 1985. One of the busiest organizations at F.C.H.S. is the band. This school year the band participated in Five field shows, played for all home football and all home basketball games, marched in five parades, and presented a Christmas and a spring concert. The band, under the direction of Mr. Dave McHaney, did eight performances of Blast of the Past. They were part of the All School Music demonstration. They played for Oklahoma, My Fair Lady, and Messiah. They also performed at this year’s graduation ceremonies. The Pep Band was also involved in many activities during the 1985-86 school year. They performed at all pep sessions and were also a part of this year’s powder puff football game and meet the team at the Dairy Queen. The FCHS Music Department is an active and integral part of our school and community. 107MIXED CHORUS — Row I: C. Sanders, T. Rumscy, L. Paulk, T. Clark, L. Menees, M. Whobrey, S. Price, B. Pohl, T. Doty, G. Reed, V. Culpepper, A. Mills, A. Wilburn. Row 2: M. White, Mr. McHaney, K. McEIyea, L. Beasley, J Mitchell, C.Hydcr, T. Story, D. Gipson, C. Lithcrland, J. Davis, L. Baker, C. Williams, A. Johnston, R. Garland, L. Yocum. Row 3: M. Bright, M. McEIwrath, E. Barnes, B. Snyder, D. Filkins, G. Russell, L. Powless, J. Nicholas. Row 4: A. Willmore, J. Sanders, M. Wallace, D. Herring, S. Ellis, C. Snyder, B. Hays, R. Thomas. MADRIGALS — Row 1: T. Clark, L. Paulk, K. Bussler, K. Carr, L. Swarthout. Row 2: M. White, C. Wiliams, J. Davis, L. Menees, T. Story. Row 3: A. Willmore, G. Russell, R. Thomas, L. Powless. Row 4: E. Barnes, D. Herring, M. Wallace, B. Hays. 108SWING CHOIR — Row 1: A. Willmore, T. Clark, C. Williams, R. Thomas. Row 2: G. Russell, L. Menees, M. White, D. Herring. Row 3: L. Paulk, T. Story, J. Davis. Row 4: B. Hays, E. Barnes, M. Wallace, L. Powless. SWING CHOIR OFFICERS — T. Story, L. Paulk, L. Menees, CHORUS OFFICERS — L. Menees, C. Litherland, B. Pohl, K. A. Willmore. McElyea. 109DRUMS — Row I: L. Powless, J. Stitely, S. Volanski, C. Wiliams. S. Minton. Row 2: J. Davis, D. Sakonyi, J. Miller. D. Sanders, T. Dial, B. Hays. TRUMPETS______Row 1: A. Darnell, S. Mocaby, D. Morris, J. Tennyson, J. Willis, M. Donkin, S. Willmore, J. Gass. 110FLAGS — Row 1: L. Thompson, M. White. Row 2: C. Williams, K. McElyea. Row 3: S. Spicer, J. Mitchell, S. Culpepper. DRUM MAJORETTES — Rhonda Zimmer, L. Meneese. TW1RLERS — Row 1: P. Lude, C. Wyatt. Row 2: K. Bussler.F.C.H.S. Band gives a spectacular halftime show during Marion Homecoming Game. BEGINNERS BAND— Row 1: B. Hays, M. Wicker, M. McElwrath, S. Ellis, R. Bennett, C. Vans. 112 Band members lend their support to members of the football team. The band makes its annual appearance in Homecoming Parade.THESPIANS— Row I: M. McElwrath, T. Clark, M. White, L. Paulk, L. Powless, K. Carr, R. Mitchell. Row 2: Mr. Ielase, L. Mcnecs, M. Ricci, S. Spicer, K. McCord, K. McElyea, C. Williams, B. Pohl, Mr. McHaney. Row 3: D. Herring, T. Story, S. Grzanich. R. Henson, T. Dial, M. Watson, R. Thomas. MY FAIR LADY, playing three nights, was a tremendous Lynn Paulk had a leading role in the musical, MY FAIR LADY, hit. 113Mrs. Batts discusses annual business with students. M. Moffet shows his expertise for Key Club Members. Mr. McHancy directs the F.C.H.S. C. Gipson smiles to show us her “pearly whites.” Band during the Homecoming Coronation. 114VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: D. Fisher, J. Tennyson, A. Wilimore, C. Staten, J. Forgatch, J. Hays, J. Ledbetter. Row 2: Mgr M. McElwrath, K. Sanders, E. Barnes. D. Jones, S. Hively, D. Gass, B. Poole, B. Hartley, T. Sipes, Coach Sipes. Row 3: Mgr. C. West, J. Weaver, J. Johnson. Jim Melvin, S. Young, J. Marvel, P. McPhail, C. Richerson, M. Wallace, T. Ruzich. Row 4: Coach Sloan, D. Summers, S. Allen, R. Crawford, M. Simmons, K. Walters, T. Thomas, A. Morris, C. Knight, John Melvin, Coach Gary Warren. With a roster of ten returning lettermen, the 1985 Redbird Varsity Football Team compiled an 0-9 record. Because of the lack of seniors, the Red-birds relied mainly on juniors and sophomores. The team had an extremely difficult schedule. Six of their opponents went to post season playoffs. 1985 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Redbirds 0 E. St. Louis Opponents 48 6 Mt. Vernon 42 0 Harrisburg 14 10 Benton 21 6 Herrin 49 6 Carbondale 28 0 Marion 41 6 Centralia 27 0 Murphysboro 39 First year Head Varsity Coach Gary Warren said, “Even though winning is considered tantamount in today’s sports arenas, we feel, as a coaching staff, that the young men in the football program are gaining valuable lessons to be used in life after football.” TEAM CAPTAIN Senior Flanker John Hays 116Senior Tackle Kevin Walters Senior Tackle Mike Simmons Senior Tailback DuWayne Fisher Senior Quarterback Don Jones Senior Guard Tracy Thomas Senior Center Eric Barnes Senior Tailback Senior Tackle Senior Comerback Jamey Tennyson Keith Sanders John Weaver 117JUNIOR BACKS — B. Poole, S. Young, B. Hartley, T. Ruzich JUNIOR RECEIVERS — A. Willmore, J. Johnson, M. Wallace, C. Staton JUNIOR LINEMEN — John Melvin, T. Sipes, J. Marvel, D. Gass, D. Summers Tailback Steve Young looks 118down ball carrier. JUNIOR LINEMEN — Jim Melvin, P. McPhail, R. Crawford, C. Richerson John Hays returns the kickoff for a long gain. JUNIOR PLAYERS — S. Allen, S. Hively, J. Forgatch, J. Ledbetter for running room. 119SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: A. Willmore, B. Dorris, S. Sapp, S. Cowan, K. Eickleberry, D. Giacone, D. Cloe, G. Sims. Row 2: D. Broy, D. Davis, S. Cima, S. Engler, J. Tango, T. Adkins, M. Pappas, M. Moffett. Row 3: Coach Dziadus, K. Blades, J. Willis, M. Morris, T. Weaver, R. Burke, S. Mocaby, J. Lingle, B. J. Reach, M. Chance, Coach Reach. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: M. Sneddon, M. Peters, B. Helfrich, M. Renner, J. Overturf, M. McCormick, T. Adkins. Row 2: C. Richerson, M. Murphy, J. Vaughn, J. Easley, J. McElyea, K. Cloe, H. Moffett. Row 3: Coach Dziadus, A. Wolfe, D. Price, D. Filkins, E. Warren, D. Fort, M. Harriss, E. Nangle, Coach Reach. 120VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES — Linemen Coach Pat Sipes, Head Varsity Coach Gary Warren, Offensive Co-ordinator Bob Sloan Redbird players “get psyched up” for the Homecoming Game against Marion. 121VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Row 1: M. Decs. A. Woods, D. Mitchell, T. Somers. Row 2: T, Morthland, D. Lewis, D. Galli, A. Fiori, K. Bradley, Coach Karoski. This year’s Redbird Golf Team, coached by Mr. George Karoski, celebrated a successful season. Andy Fiori placed second in the Regional Tournament at Crab Orchard. Deon Mitchell was the medalist in the Sectional Tournament at the Franklin County Country Club in West Frankfort. The Redbirds Finished seventh in the Class A State Tournament at Chillicothe. Kevin Bradley led the Redbirds at the tournament with a two-day total of 166. Andy Fiori shot a 167 in his third State Tournament appearance. Graduating seniors were A. Fiori, M. Dees, and D. Mitchell. 122JUNIOR VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Row I: B. Whittington, T. Julian, D. Fichtel, S. Mason. Row 2: L. Ogden, M. Clutts, C. Ogden, T. Sigler, S. Willmore, Coach Karoski. D. Mitchell attempts a birdie on the 15th hole. A. Fiori chips on to the 17th green in the regional. 123 M. Dees watches shot at the state tourney.VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: M. Goff, B. Kondritz, T. Morthland, D. Summers, M. McPhail, S. Hively, C. Hilliard, A. Fiori. Row 2: Coach Lee, Coach Dziadus, C. Snyder, T. Palasky, G. Johnston, M. Henson, D. Lewis, Coach Butler, Coach Toney. 1986 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Rcdbirds Opponents 63 Eldorado 50 61 DuQuioin 45 51 Marion 48 60 Johnston City 43 47 Mount Vernon 31 67 Harrisburg 55 49 Ccntralia 46 58 Zcigler-Royalton 23 53 DuQuoin 62 67 Staunton 51 41 Benton 59 54 Cairo 59 49 Carbondale 57 46 Ccntralia 51 46 Marion 49 39 Herrin 45 49 Mount Vernon 47 67 Harrisburg 60 38 Benton 36 51 Herrin 47 49 Johnston City 45 44 Carbondale 66 43 Marion IHSA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 46 57 Carterville 46 54 McLeansboro IHSA SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT IHSA SUPER-SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT IHSA STATE TOURNAMENT FINAL FOUR 47 124Senior Forward Mike Henson Senior Guard Andy Fiori Senior Guard Chad Hilliard The 1985-86 Redbird Basketball Team enjoyed a fine season under the direction of first-year head coach David Lee. The Birds raced to an early 9-1 record, en route to a 14-9 finish, 7-7 in the South Seven Conference, a 4th place finish. The team was led by seniors, A. Fiori, M. Henson, C. Snyder, and M. Goff. The highlights of the year were the home win against Benton, being named “Team of the Week” by WCIL Radio Station, and winning the Pyramid Tournament. Senior Forward Chris Snyder When asked about the season, Coach Lee said, “The hard work, dedication, and selfless giving by our players have benefited the entire school. A good deal of the credit must go to the student body who performed their tasks with a professionalism and enthusiasm which inspired our players.” “The ’85-’86 season has received many compliments from parents, faculty, and students about the way our players played with class and determination.” Coach Lee further stated that he was proud and happy to have worked with such quality athletes, and that he was proud to be a part of this school. Senior Forward Mike Goff 125JUNIOR VARSITY BASin,ETBALl- - Row I: Coach Dziadus, T. Morthland, S. Hively, D. Lewis, B. Kondritz, M. McPhail, Coach Butler. Row 2: D. Broy, D. Davis, B. J. Reach, R. Burke, T. Weaver, M. Johnson, S. Cima, M. Pappas. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: B. Nolen, A. Wolfe, J. Overturf, G. Melvin, N. Mezo, A. Woods, K. Cloe. Row 2: Coach Toney, J. Dodd, J. McLain, A. Darnell, C. Lemmon, J. Calcatcrra. D. Sanders, J. Henson. 126Redbirds Finish Fourth “Being up at Assembly Hall was a thrill of a life time. It will be a feeling I will cherish forever." — David Lewis nil Madness meaning for the basketball team an i one could help his team and for h k:, a very n j | fort HifeWlJ many fans, feeling a pride in a mater. The Redbirds advanced to the state tournament at Champaign Through hard work and an over-riding determination to ed, the basketball team captured the itlcs. Anv team succeec Regional and would have been satisfied nth these r iaccomplisnments. But the Redbirds with their “never give up” attitude went on to win the Super-sectional at IIJ arena, advancing to the state Class A tournament and e entually the ‘Final Four.’ We salute Coach Dave Lee and the Redbi i ds for giving us a season to remember and to look back on with pride. ■ Airborne describes senior Mike Henson as he attempts to score during the fourth place game against Hoopston. The determination to win drove the Birds past the Kewanee Boilermakers and into the State Semi-finals. The first team to advance to State in twenty-six years, this team was proud of all its accomplishments.FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: B. O’Conner, L. Clark, M. Richey. Row 2: S. Steinmctz, S. Orr. Row 3: L. Galbraith. SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS — Row I: L. Fichtel, C. Litherland, C. Lee. Row 2: T. Mondino. R. Frazier. Row 3: S. Yarbrough. The 1985-86 cheerleaders were chosen at the end of school last year. The squad was sponsored by Mrs. Susan Glodich. The Varsity co-captains for this year were L. Cadle and G. Johnston. This year was an active year for the cheerleaders. Two new uniforms were purchased, and the cheerleaders got a new Redbird mascot. The varsity cheerleaders traveled to Murray State Kentucky this past summer and attended a cheerleading camp. The cheerleaders had many projects to raise money this year. They had concessions, sold sun tan oil, and held a mini-cheerleading clinic. The girls’ long hours and their determination were rewarded by the vocal enthusiasm and active support of the student body and community. Cheerleaders are ready to lead the pep rally at the bonfire. Freshman cheerleaders take the first step toward Varsity level. The Sophomore squad prepare for future games. 128 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: K. Golis, K. Barnes, K. Lintner, G. Johnston. Row 2: C. Gipson, T. Patton. Row 3: A. • Woods, L. Cadlc. Girls practice their mounts for the weekend games. Cheerleaders perform under lights during a varsity football game. Cheerleaders and sponsor share camaraderie. 129VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row I: T. Marlin, B. Hartley, J. Hays, T. Williams, D. Cloe, R. Gardner. B. Helfrich, B. Wall. Row 2: E. Barnes, K. Wagner, M. Chance, V. Stewart, T. McDaniel, T. Sipes, M. Cloe, S. Roan.Senior Wrestlers Have Respectable Season Tim Martin :::::::::: tei ::::: pw Duwayne Fisher Troy Williams Senior John Hays attempts to bring down his opponent 131 ri. ' I a9MI»s. I r « o GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: Mgr. M. Dees, T. Stoner, N. Turpin, A. Paulk, C. Hood, K. Crawford. B. Pohl, K. Rioux, Mgr. A. Sullivan. Row 2: Coach Sipes, R. Sanders. D. Lee, H. Strain, M. Jent, A. Pesselato, T. Filkins, Coach Moschino. 132 GIRLS'S JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. M. Dees, C. Lee, N. Turpin, A. Paulk, A. McPhail, J. Wallace. K. Crawford, K. Rioux, Mgr. A. Sullivan. Row 2: Coach Moschino, M. Dragovich, T. Stoner, R. Sanders, V. Simpson, H. Strain, D. Lee, Coach Sipes.Senior Center Melissa Jent Senior Forward Anastasia Pcssclato A. Pesselato handles the ball under the basket. T. Filkins scores an easy layup.The 1985-86 Girls’ Volleyball team was very successful. The varsity won the Regional championship, the first in West Frankfort volleyball history. They were eliminated in the sectional by a tough McLeansboro team. The team finished with a 9-14 record. The highlight for the varsity squad was beating the DuQuoin Indians in the Regional. Volleyball coach Mr. Tim Murphy was proud of his team. With the Junior Varsity conference champions and the Varsity Regional championship, the West Frankfort volleyball program for the next few years looks promising. Coach Murphy said, “We have a lot coming back next year. We have much to look forward to.” This year’s team was led by Senior players, M. Irvin, R. Zimmer, A. Pesselato, C. Cowan, and J. Filkins. GIRL’S VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: T. Stoner, T. Stanley, B. Westell, A. Pesselato. Row 2: M. Irvin, K. Caraway, B. Stodghill, R. Zimmer, Coach Murphy. Row 3: C. Cowan, J. Filkins, T. Filkins. 134 GIRL'S JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: M. Dragovich, S. Rice, D. Murphy, V. Culpepper, H. Walthes. L Yocum. Row 2: C. Heyder, A. Paulk, E. GofT, K. Rioux, J. Wallace. Row 3: Tracey Stoner, Coach Murphy. Row 4: D. Lee, Teres Stoner. T. Filkins.1986 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Row 1: B. Neville, M. Moffett, M. Chance, D. Sanders, J. Overturf, S. Young. Row 2: Coach Fiori, M. Wallace, C. Raubach, T. Palasky, J. Linglc. R. Aiwa. KOBIROS 1985 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: Trackcttc A. Woods, Allan Willmore, T. Morthland, Anut Willmore, J. McPlail, C. Staten. M. Wallace, K. Bradley, J. Sturgeon. Row 2: B. Sloan, M. Johnson, D. Broy, G. Mitchell, D. Wortman. M. Pappas, M. Osier, B. Hartley. Row 3: T. Sipes, R. Lane, P. McPhail. D. Summers, G. Johnston. D. Sevenski, B. J. Reach, J. Karnes. 1351985 GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM — Row 1: C. Hood, S. Gardner. B. Pohl, N. 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MAIN • JENN-AIR 937-2609 -SHARP •GIBSON •GENERAL • MAYTAG •AMANA • KITCHEN •WHIRLPOOL •RCA 176BILL GLODICH HONDA “5” Sons “2” PRINCESSES 209-17 WEST MAIN WEST FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS 62896 MOTOR CYCLES WATER PUMPS TRASH PUMPS HONDA POWER EQUIPMENT LAWN MOWERS GARDEN TRACTORS GENERATORS WELDERS ROTOTILLER OUTBOARDS PHONE: (618) 932-6313 OR 932-6644 HARRIS’ BRIGHT NEW STORE BRIGHT NEW LOOKS LADIES and JUNIOR WEAR WEST FRANKFORT ILLINOIS BEAUTY CHATEAU 214 W. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT, IL PHONE: 932-2653 TUES.-SAT. 8 to 5 177EXCEL FOODS WE SELL FOR LESS 1000 WEST MAIN WEST FRANKFORT, IL 932-3866 UNION IN STORE BAKERY 932-2819 FUNERAL SERVICE JOE SABOLO — JIM RICHERSON PHONE: 932-3333 WEST FRANKFORT FRANK S. BROWNING REAL ESTATE AUCTION SERVICE 609 WEST MAIN STREET WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS BARtB-QUE B.B.Q.SANDWICHES i DINNEKS DAILY 937- y 6 CATERING too! Tl « SOWN AT CHCfE Z FAT.ON W main HAMS RIBS TUkKEYS CHICKENS SHOULDERS Boston Bulls 178Index I Adkins, Thomas — 62,91. I 120 I Adkins, rim -I Adkins, rricia — 48,84,87, I 91,99,101 I Aldridge, Jeff — 28,45,87, I I Allen, Stacy — 48. 116,119 I Aiwa, Radha — 48 I Anderson, Patick — 70 I Andrews, Robert — 70 I Anita's Flowers—i 56 I Archione Electric— 160 I Arview, Karen — 62,89,91, I I Arv iew, Tim — 70 I Athletic Department — 156 I Austin, John — 62 I Austin, Tom — 48,106 I Bank of W est Frankfort — I 149 I Baker, Danny—44 I Baker, I)ean — 44,45,93 I Baker, Latosha—108 I Barker Pharmacy — 169 I Barkley, Amy — 48 I Barnes. Eric — 6, 9, 28. 85, I 94. 101. 107, 108, 109. 116, I 117.130.131,145 I Barnes, Kim — 2, 16. 48, 83, I 88,129,136 I Barrett, Sondra — 28, 45 I Barton, Laura — 70 Batterson. Richard — 44, 45 Batts, Alex — 48 Batts, Mrs. Hcllcn Mary — 2, 22.82. 114 Beasley, Lori — 48. 88. 89, 96, 97, 108 Beauty Chateau — 177 Beavers, Jason — 70 Bedokis. Chris — 28, 45, 99, 101 Bedokis, Mrs. Gcncllc — 15, 20, 22, 99 Bchn, Gcrri — 62, 98 Bcjmovicz, Brian — 58 Bcjmovicz, Mary — 48 Bennett. Angela — 62 Bennett. Randy — 62, 112 BFJ Furniture— 147 Biggs, Tara — 70. 91 Blackwood. Mrs. Shiela — 3, 22, 96 Blades, Ame — 62 Blades, Kevin — 62, 120 Blankenship, Lance — 28, 45 Boner, Michelle — 14, 48, 59 Boren, Steve — 48, 92 Boswell, Anthony — 70 Boyer, Melissa — 44, 45 Bradley, Kevin — 48, 99, 122 Bratcher, Debora — 62, 90 Bratcher, Bart — 62 Bright, Mark —48. 108 Bromley. Michelle — 62 Brookhouse, DuWayne — 28. 45. 92 Brown, Campbell W. — 140 E. R. Brown Furniture Co. — 168 Brown Enterprises— 171 Brown, John — 62, 90 Brown. Mrs. Terri — 15, 22 Brown. Vicki — 62 Browning. Frank — 178 Browning, Malinda — 70, 97 Broy, Charles — 62 Broy. Danny — 15.62, 85, lOl, 120. 126 Broy. Mr. David — 18 Buckingham, Daniel — 28, 45,93 Budmark Oil — 172 Burke, Raymond — 62, 90, 101, 120, 126 Bussler. Kristi — 28, 45, 106, 108, III Bute, Donald — 162 Butler, Amy — 70, 91. 106 Butler. Mr. Dennis, Coach — 124, 126 Cadlc, Lauri —28,45,91,98, 129 Calcaterra, Jarrod — 70, 126 Calcaterra. Jena — 48, 96, 103 Cameron, Cassie — 70, 114 Cameron, David — 29, 45, 88, 99, 101 Caraway, Krista — 48, 59, 94, 134 Cardwell, Michelle — 62, 136 Cardwell, Tina — 29,45 Carolyn's Beauty Shop — 144 Carr. Kim —29,45,97, 106, 108, 113 Carter, Clayton — 70 Carter. Tyra — 70 C. C. Castle— 159 Ceramic Land — 142 Chance, Keri — 49 Chance. Marcus — 62, 120, 130 Chapman. Jan — 6. 8. 9, 11, 15,29,45.78. 86, 99 Chapman, John — 7, 44,45, 92, 104 Chismar, Julie — 62, 79. 84, 89,91 Chryslcr-Plymouth Dodge Co. — 140 Church of God — 141 Cima, Steven — 62, 120, 126 CIPS-172 Citicorp Savings — 176 Claridy, Becky — 29,45 Clark, Mr. George — 22 Clark, Lisa —70,91, 128 Clark. Tamara — 62. 88, 97, 99, 108, 109. 113 Clayton, Sherry — 29 Cloc, David — 62, 85, 120, 130 Cloc, Keith —70, 120, 126 Cloc, Malt — 130 Clover, Libby — 29, 45 Clover, Melanie — 49. 89.97 Clover, Mr. Russell — 22,60, 87 Clubs and Organizations Advanced Art — 90 Advanced Welding— 104 Art Circle — 90 Band Officers— 106 Beginner Band — 112 Building T rades — 93 Cafeteria Club— 100 Chorus Officers— 109 Drafting IV — 95 Drum Major — 111 Drums— 110 Electronics 111 — 94 Electronics IV — 94 FFA — 95 FHA — 97 Flag Corps— 110 FT A — 96 Full Band — 106 Honor Society — 101 Key Club —85 Librarians — 99 Machine Shop — 92 Madrigals — 108 Mixed Chorus— 108 Nike Club — 89 Nursing I — 98 Nursing II — 98 Office Workers — 99 Pep Band — 106 Pep Club —91 Powderpuff — 102 Powdcrpuff Captains — 103 Redbird Annual — 12, 82, 83 Redbird Notes — 87 Science Club — 88 Speech Team — 97 Student Council — 86 Sub Debs — 84 Sw ing Choir— 38, 109 Clutts, Michael —62,85.123 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. — 120 Coleman, Chris — 49,90 Coleman, Janell — 3,16,49 Coleman, Rhodes — 171 Cooper. Ollie —68 Corley, Beth — 70 Costellia, Tim — 70 Cowan. Colleen — 16. 29. 45. 78. 103. 134, 138 Cowan. Sean — 63, 120 Crabtree, Jerry — 12. 44.90, 94. 97, 99 Crafton, Terry — 29, 45, 94 Craig, Kevin — 49, 94, 104 Crawford. Kristin — 15, 70, 89.96.97. 101, 132 Crawford. Ronald — 49. 94. 104, 116. 119 Crews. Amy — 30. 45 C'roslin. Shane — 49, 104 Crowder, Betsy — 63. 91,97 Culpepper, Susan — 30, 45. 88.99, 101, 106, 111 C ulpeppcr. Teresa — 49 Culpepper, Vicki — 70, 108. 134 Cummings. Ted — 49, 104 Cunningham. Karen — 70 Cutler. Jackie — 63 Daily American — 155 Dailey, Melanie — 70, 97 Dairy Queen — 160 Dale, Deanna — 63 Dalton, JoAnna — 49 Darnell, Andy — 70,91, 106, 110, 126 Darnell, Audra — 70 Darnell Heating— 141 Davis, Brigette — 6,9, 11, 30, 45,86 Davis, Dennon — 63, 85, 86, 120, 126 Davis, Jackie — 106, 108, 109 Davis, James— 49,94, 104, 110 Dawson, Michelle — 49,88, 98,99 Day, Lisa — 49 Dean, Mrs. Donncttc — 22, 96 DeGroof, Rene — 49, 88,104 Dees. Mark — 30,45. 79,94, 95,122.123,132 Delap, Ms. Judy — 22 Dclap Real Estate — 160 Demaretti Buick — 149 DeMattei. Mrs. Larry — 22, 60 Dencaussc, Carl — 44,45,92, 93 Denham, Richie — 70 Dial, Tim — 30,45,106,110, 113 Dinn.Tom — 50,88 Dodd, Donna — 50 Dodd, Jeremy — 70,91,126 Dodd. Vicki —30.45 Donkin, Matt — 70,86,106, 110 Dortha's Beauty Shop — 152 Dorris. Brian — 63, 104. 120Index Dorris C onstruction Co. — 144 Dorris, John — 50, 85 Dorris, Mrs. Marv Ellen — 23, 76 Doty, Jay — 70 Doty, Tanya — 63, 97. 108 Doty. Tracey — 30, 45, 91 Dover, Tanya — 70, 97 Downs. Eric — 63 Downs. Leslee — 63, 96, 98 Dragovich, Michelle — 63, 90. 98. 132. 1 34 Dunning. Angie — 30, 45 Dunning, Michelle — 98 Dziadus. Coach— 120, 126 Easley, Jerry — 70, 120 Easley, Lisa — 58 Edwards, Brenda — 63 Edwards. Jesse — 63 Edwards. John — 50 Edwards. Tammy — 70 Eickleberry. Keith — 70, 120 Elliott, Sara — 63 Ellis, Scott —50, 90, 108, 112 Engler, Sarah — 30, 45 Englcr, Steve — 63, 104. 120 Engram, Todd — 50, 93 Ernest, Mr. Gene — 23 Erthall, Phillip —63, 88 Essick, Amv — 7, 8, 9, 88, 89. 99 Everett, Ed — 44. 45 Excel Foods — 178 The Fashion Shop — 151 Fichtel, Derek — 70, 123 Fichtel, Laura — 7, 8. 9. 15, 63. 84. 86.91.99. 105, 128 Filkins. Doug — 70. 108, 120 Filkins, Jackie — 50. 98 Filkins, John — 71 Filkins, Julie — 31. 34 Filkins, Kenneth — 31,45 Filkins, Kevin — 50 Flikins, Tracy — 63. 101, 103, 132, 133, 134. 136 Fiori, Andy — 2, 31,45, 82, 83. 94. 101, 122. 123, 124, 125, 127, 138 Fiori, Mr. Dan — 23, 76. 95 Fiori, Mrs. Sandra — 23 First Baptist Church — 167 First Community Bank of West Frankfort — 146 Fisher. Diann — 71,91 Fisher. DuWavne — 7, 8, 9, 31,93, 116. 117, 131 Fisher. Michelle — 31 Fitzgerald, Pam — 2, 15. 50, 82. 83. 84. 86. 88. 99 Fitzpatrick. Michael — 31,95 Fligor. Pam — 44. 45, 99 Food Park — 169 Foote. Charles — 71 Forgatch, Jay — 50, 116, 119 Forrest, Ryan — 50, 59 Fort. Donald — 71, 120 Frazier, Nichole — 63,91.97 Frazier, Rachel — 63, 88. 89, 91 Freedom Repair Service — 162 Freedom Transport Corporation — 149 Freeman. Ranessah — 50 Freeman. William — 71,95 Galbraith. Laura — 71,91. 128 Gaili, Dave—50. 122 Galli, Jack — 152 Gardner, Bob — 63 Gardner, Robert — 71, 130 Garland. Robin — 63, 108 Gass, Amy — 50 Gass. Don —50. 92, 116, 118 Gass, Jerry — 71, 106. 110 Gass, Jody — 71, 130 General Water Proofing Co. — 156 G and H Feed Store — 144 Giacone. David — 63. 77, 85, 91. 120 Gilliam. Mandy — 71 Gipson. Cahrrie — 2, 13, 51, 82.83,84.88.99. 103. 105, 114. 129 Gipson, Deedc — 63, 108 Glodich. Barbara — 2, 51,82, 83. 86. 89,91.96, 101 Glodich Honda— 177 Glodich, Michelle — 2, 71, 82. 89,91.96.97. 101 Goff. Elizabeth — 64. 90. 99, 134 Goff. Mike—31,45, 80. 94. 101, 124, 125 Golis, Kim — 13, 51,84, 91, 96, 129 Gosncll, Mclynda — 71 Gosnell. Suzanne — 31,45 Goss Appliance — 176 Gossett. Chris — 71 Grace, Judson — 44, 45 Grammer, Mr. Paul — 15, 23 Graskewicz. Jennifer — 51 Gray, Amanda — 31,45 Gray, Mr. Ken — 151 Gray Plaza Motel — 154 Green, Amy — 71,91 Grey Hound — 160 Griffin's Heights Bakery — 147 Griffin. John — 64,95 Griffin, Kenneth — 71 Griffith. Gayle — 51, 106 Griffith. Shane — 71 Grimes. Stacey — 71,91 Grohler. Randall — 71 Grosco, Ms. Dolores — 23, 89 Grosco. Mr. George — 23. 88 Grotti, Betty Mrs. — 20 Grotti, Shannon — 51 Groves, Carla — 64, 88. 90 Grzanich, Steve — 11, 32, 45, 87. 97. 99, 113 Gunter, Eric — 71 Gunter, Kim — 64 Hair Design — 143 Halaska, Dion — 71 Halaska, Tony — 51 Halaska. Wendy — 64 Hall, Cathy — 32,45, 84. 101 Hall, Nick —71 Hall, Randy —71 Hamilton. Jeff — 2, 32, 45. 82.83. 101. 106 Hamilton, Kristie — 51 Hammers. Lori — 32, 45. 78 Hamptons— 176 Hanking. James — 32 Hankins, Jeff — 64. 90 Hanna, Kristen — 32. 45. 99 Harkins. Stacy — 64 Hargett. Kenny — 51 Harkins. Steve — 64 Harrawood. Lee — 32 Harrawood. Tonya — 64. 90 Harris' — 177 Harriss. Matt — 71, 120, 130 Harriss, Steve — 64, 88 Hartley, Bill —51,93, 116, 118, 130 Hartline. Danny — 71 Hawkins, Barbara — 71,91 Hawkins, Clint — 64, 101 Hays, Brent — 51, 106, 108, 109. 110, 112 Hays. John — 6, 7, 8. 9. 32, 78,85. 92, 101, 116, 119. 130, 131 Helen's Fine Foods — 161 Helfrich, Bryon — 75, 120, 130 Helleney, Mrs. Sharon — 23 Hemminger. Jessie — 51 Hemminger, Joe — 51,93 Henderson. George — 71,91 Henderson, Teresa — 44 Henson. Angela — 64, 88, 99 Henson. Billy— 71 Henson. Jason — 71,75, 91, 126 Henson, Michael — 15, 32, 45, 78. 106, 124, 125, 138 Henson, Rickey — 33 Henson, Russell — 33, 45, 88, 92, 95,96,97, 101. 113 Hermctz. Todd — 71 Herring, Darren — 33, 45. 88. 97, 99. 106. 108. 109 Herstedt. Karin — 51 Heyder, Collette — 71, 108. 134 Hill, Nick—51,94 Hilliard, Chad —33.45. 90, 125 Hindman. Dawn — 33, 45, 99 Hively. Scott — 52. 94, 116, 119, 124, 126 Hobbs. Mr. Donald — 15, 23, 95 Hobbs. Sherri — 71,97 Hocker, Kelly — 64 Hogan. Tom — 71 Hogg, Mary Lou. Mrs. — 20 Holland Pharmacy — 150 Holland. David — 33, 45 Holloman, David — 33. 45 Holly, Joe — 71 Hood, Christine — 52, 96, 99, 103. 136, 137 Hood, Mr. Harold —20. 24 Hoole.Joh — 71 Hopkins. Leonard. Mr. — 18 Hopkins, Terry— 161 Hopper. Mark — 45, 52 Hopper. Rick — 68 Hoppers, Glen — 52 House Furnishings. W.F. — 140 Howard, Jamison — 64 Howell Insurance Agcncv — 173 Hrovatich. Miss Alice — 24 Hubbard. Ed — 33,45, 92 Hubbs. Lisa — 64 Hudson, Bob — 44, 45, 92 Humphrey, Phillip — 71 Hurtte, Chris— 52 Iclasc, Mr. Charles — 24, 85, 97, 113 Imopene’s Beauty Shop — Innis, Mrs. Marty — 20, 76 Innis, Scoot — 33, 45, 94 Irvin. Monica — 33. 45. 134 Irvin's Steak Housed Lounge — 159 Jacobs, Eric — 2, 34, 45, 82, 88. 101 Jacobs, Tina — 52, 89, 91,97 James, Laurie — 64, 96 James, Shane — 72 Jarvis, Gary — 52 Jeffries, Jill — 52, 59, 84, 91 Jent. Melissa — 32, 34, 45, 132, 133, 136 Johnson, Alisa — 34. 45. 108 Johnson. Jackie — 52 Johnson. Jeff — 72, 116, 118 180Johnson, Jodi — 64, 98 Johnson. Micheal — 64, 85, 126 Johnson. Rebecca — 34, 45 Johnson. Mrs. Vickie — 91 Johnston, Glenda — 34, 45, 88,89,91, 129 Johnston, Greg — 64, 85, 78, 124 Jones, Danny — 52, 92 Jones. Don — 9, 14. 34, 116. 117 Jones, Floyd — 52, 59 Jones. Jim — 64 Jones, Kerry — 34,45, 89, 96, 98. 99 Jones, Lori — 72, 91 Jones, Matt — 34. 45, 92, 94 Joplin, Lisa — 72 Jordan, Chris— 34. 45, 87, 88, 96.97, 101 Jude, Lori — 15, 64. 79, 84, 89,91.96. 99 Jude. Richard — 72, 130 Julian, Trevor—72, 123 Kalahcr. Todd— 35. 45 Kaminski, Alan — 68 Kaminski, Billy — 35, 45 Karnes, Jeff — 2, 64, 82, 83 Karnes. John — 72, 95 Karnes Real Estate — 173 Karoski. Mr. George — 24, 122, 123 Karoski. Marcy — 2. 72. 82, 83,91 Kathalynas’ Kreative Kitchens— 154 Kayton, Paula — 52 Keene, Vicki — 35,45 Kelley, Marty — 52, 104 Kelso, John -- 45, 52 Kelton, Corky — 53 Kclton, Trisha — 53 Kerronc, Cara — 6, 7, 8, 9, 35.45. 78, 86, 99 King. Roger— 53 King. Stephanie — 64 Kinsman, Amy — 40, 45 Kirby, Michelle — 64 Kirby, Sara — 35. 45 Kirkman, Polly — 65, 96 Knight, Clint — 35, 45. 92, 116 Knight, Rudy — 65, 90 Koczoroski, Vanessa — 65, 96, 98 Kondritz, Brent — 53, 87, 124, 126 Kondritz, Mr. Fred — 18 Lacy Flower Shop — 148 Lamar, Julie — 15, 72, 86,91, 99 Lampley, Dara — 72 Index L J Ceramics — 163 Lane. Roger — 14. 35. 92, 95 Lang, Susan — 35, 46, 78 Laswell, Joe — 68 Lawrence. Lori — 72, 97 Lawrence, Monica — 53. 84 Lay. Shelley — 35, 46. 79, 103 Layman. Heidi — 69 Layne, John — 46 LcElairc. Sandy — 72 Ledbetter, Jim — 53, 59,92, 116,119 Lee, Angela — 53, 60, 136 Lee, Carolyn — 60. 84, 87, 89.91,96. 128 Lee. Caryn — 72, 132 Lee. Mr. David — 19, 76, 124 Lee, Denise — 72, 101, 103, 132, 134 Leek, Mcikc — 72, 86,91 Lcfler, Amy — 72 Lemmon, C raig — 72, 126 Lcs' Standard — 147 Lewis, David — 2, 53, 82, 83, 94. 122, 124, 126, 137 Lewis, Lori — 72 Ligon, Lori — 65 Lindseys Bar-B-Quc — 178 Lindsey, Jay — 14, 36, 92 Lingle, Joe — 65, 120 Linglc. Malisa — 72, 91.99 Linn, Steve — 72 Linsley, Bruce — 53, 60. 94 Lintner, Kristi — 2, 53, 82, 83. 84,91. 129 Litherland, Cindy — 65,84, 91, 106. 108, 109, 128 Litherland, Mary — 72, 89, 106 Lon’s Barber Shop — 147 Lovan, Kim — 65 Lucas. Lorrie — 53, 99 Lucas, Mike — 53 Lude, Pam —65, 106, 111 Mabry Construction Co. — 143 Mabry, Roxanne — 36. 79 Madrigals— 13 Malkovich, Miss Susan — 24, 82 Maragni, Jason — 72 Marks. Eddie — 53, 92 Marlow, Mrs. Jo Linda — 24 Martin, Beth — 36, 45, 98 Martin, Frank — 72 Martin, Tim — 36. 45, 85, 94 99, 130. 131 Martin, Tricia — 53 Marvel, Jeff — 53, 116, 118 Mason. Scott — 72, 123 Massey, Robby — 36, 92, 95 104 Masters, Bill — 54, 92.93 Mathis, Randy — 65 Mathis, Rick — 54 MAT Industries, Inc. — 164 McCarty. Betty— 100 McCormick, Mike — 72, 120 McCord. Kim — 16. 65,91, 97, 106, 113 McCord’s Market — 165 McDaniel, Tim — 54, 93, 130 McElmurray, Donni — 65 McElwrath. Mike— 13, 54, 91,96,97, 101, 108, 112, 113, 116 McElyea. Barbara — 36, 45 McElyea. Charles — 65, 104 McElyea, John — 72, 120 McElvea. Karen — 54. 106, 108, 109. Ill, 113 McGhee, Bridget — 72, 102 McGhee. Matthew — 36, 45, 85, 92, 94, 101 McHancy, Mr. David — 24, 106, 107, 108. 113, 114 McKcown. John — 58 McLain. Judd — 72, 126 McLain, Scott — 54, 60. 88 McPhail, Andrea — 72, 97. 102. 132 McPhail, Carman — 65, 88, 89,91,96, 101 McPhail. Jerry— 135 McPhail. Michael — 54, 85, 90. 101, 124, 126 McPhail, Patrick — 54, 85, 94. 101. 116. 119. 135 Medicine Shoppe— 160 Melton. Robert — 72 Melvin, Debbie — 36, 45 Melvin. Greg — 72, 126 Melvin, James — 72 Melvin, Jim — 54, 93, 116, 119 Melvin, John — 15, 54, 116. 118 Melvin, Joni — 36, 45 Melvin, Pam — 44 Menees. Lisa — 54. 106, 108, 109. 111. 113 Mezo, Neal — 72, 126 Mike's Confectionery— 149 Mike’s Drive-In — 163 Mikutis. Bobbi — 37, 45. 99 Miller, Jonathan — 65, 110 Miller, LaVar — 65 Miller, Trent — 16. 54 Mills. Amy — 65, 108 Minton. Nichole — 37, 45, 136 Minton, Shane — 72, 106, 110 Mitchell, Deon — 37. 45, 122, 123 Mitchell, Gene — 135 Mitchell. Jenna — 65. 91.98, 108. Ill Mitchell. Robert — 65, 113 Mitchell, Sarah — 72 Mitchell, Sheri — 73, 106 Mocaby, Joey — 54 Mocaby, Scan — 65, 106, 110, 120 Moffett, Heath — 73, 120, 130 Moffett, Martin — 65. 85, 114, 120, 135 Mondino. Tracy — 65, 84, 86, 88,89,91', 99, 106, 128 Montgomery'. Dawn — 65 Moore. Richard — 37, 45 Moore, Sheila — 54 Moreland. John — 168 Morgcnthalcr, Chris— 37, 45, 95 Morris. Daryn — 37, 106, 110, 116 Morris. Matt — 66, 120 Morthland. Tim — 54, 85, 94, 122, 124, 126, 135 Moschino, Miss Gail — 132 Moschino, Michael — 73 Mosley, Heather — 8, 37,45, 80, 87, 99 Mosier, Dustin — 73 Murphv. Dawn — 7, 9, 73. 86, 106. 134 Murphy Electric Co. — 165 Murphy, Kendra — 100 Murphy. Mike — 73. 95. 120 Murphy, Patty — 7. 9, 15, 54, 84. 86.87, 101, 102, 103 Murphy. Mr. Tim — 24, 134 Murray, Jennifer — 66 M W Lumber Co., Inc. — 165 Nanglc, Ernest — 73, 120 Neibch, Richard — 66 Neibch Towing Service — 154 Ncibel. Larry — 73 Neibcl. Rene — 37, 46 Nelson, Ronnie — 55 Neville, Barry — 55,99, 135 Nicholas, Jan — 73, 108 Nicholson. Jeana — 73.91 Nolen, Amy — 37,46 Nolen, Brent — 73. 126 Nolen. Laura — 66, 90 Norman. Nathan — 38,46, 85,88, 101 Novy, Rachel Ann — 66 O'Conner, Becky — 7. 8, 9, 15,73.91, 128 O'Conner, Sara — 55 O'Daniel, Scott — 66. 104 Odlc, JefT— 38. 46, 94,95. 101 Odle, Lori —55, 106 181Index Odum Concrete — 166 Odum. Valeric — 38.46. 99 Ogden. Charles — 66. 123 Ogden. Larry — 73, 123 O'Keefe. Sean — 73 Orr. Stacey — 73.91. 128 Orr. Tara — 16. 73 Orso. Mrs. Liz — 24 Oster. Mike —66, 104, 135 Osterhout. Burlc— 18 Osterhout. Natalie — 66 Overturf, Dean — 55 Overturf. Jeff — 73, 120, 126, 135 Owens, John — 38 Palasky, Tom — 55, 85, 124. 127, 135 Paper Place — 166 Pappas. Mike — 66, 85, 86. 120, 126. 135 Parker-Reedy Funeral Home — 159 Parrish, Rae — 38, 46, 98 Paschedag Music House — 151 Pasko, Mr. Steve — 25. 92 Patton. Tricia — 2. 55, 82, 83. 84. 86.88.91. 101. 105. 129, 136 Paulk. Angela — 66. 88, 89. 91.96. 132. 134 Paulk, Lynn — 11,38, 46. 97, 101, 106. 107, 108, 109, 113 Pepsi-Cola — 142 Pcriman, Micheal — 66 Perr. Ms. Jane — 25 Perry Electronics— 147 Pesselato, Anastatia — 38, 46. 96. 101. 132, 133, 134 Peters, Mike — 75. 120, 130 Peterson, Kelley — 38 Pickering. Ricky — 55 Pizzeria Franco — 151 Plasters. Shirley — 38 Plasters. Stacey — 66, 90 Podnar. Matthew — 39, 85 88. 92 Pohl. Billie — 66, 90, 108. 109, 113. 132, 136 Pohl. Patrick — 39. 46. 88. 90 Pollard. Dwight — 73. 95 Pond Creek Boots — 140 Pond. Noel — 44. 46 Pool Shack — 156 Poole. Brad — 3, 16. 55, 79, 85, 102, 116. 118 Powlcss. Lance — 55, 88, 91, 97, 106, 108. 109, 110. 113 Price, Don — 75. 120 Price, Eric— 58, 92 Price, Gayle — 58, 98 Price, Shannon — 7. 8, 9, 55, 98. 102, 108 Pritchard. Michelle — 73 Professional Ads — 153 Al's Sales Rental Raubach Video Calcatcrra Service 149 Orient Road Caldwell, Trout, Alexander, Quindry, and Popit Attorneys-at-Law Gene Carcllo. PGA Professional Harold B. Culley, Jr., Attorncy-at-Law Clyde Day Insurance Fashion Crossroads Norman Galli, Auto Body Gray, Hunter, Stenn, CPA's Terry Green, State's Attorney D. L. Griffin, MD Mr. Mrs. Keith Howard Dr. Steve Lee. DC Don Lucas, Attorney-at-Law The New Market Basket Elvis Nolen. Reg. Supt. Schools Dr. J. Alan Nolen DC Orville Nolen, Mayor Dr. Pagano, DMD Dr. U.O. Reddy. MD Roe-Co Russell Magna vox Harry Smith. State Farm Insurance Southern IL Christian Service Camp. Ron Pcriman. Mgr. Dr. BobG. Thompson MD Mr. Mrs. Terry Warren Dr. Don J. Webb, OD Dr. Earl Woods. DDS Dr. Tom Woods, DMD Professional Pharmacy — 158 Pruett. Bob— 55. 94 Pugh, Chris — 55. 94 Pugh. Patty — 66, 96. 98 Pulliam, Julie — 66 Pyles, Annette — 55 Pyles, Lisa — 75 Pyles, Teresa — 66 Racic. Lennic — 46 Rains. Carolyn Rao. Ramu — 66 Raubach. Chris — 39, 46, 88 94. 135 Ray, Lori — 73. 91 Ray. Michelle — 66 Ray. Ron — 152 Reach, B. J. — 2, 66, 79, 82 83.85. 86. 120, 126, 135 Reach. Mr. John — 25, 93, 120 Rcdmon. Dcon — 73 Reed, Gina — 73, 108 Reed, Gina — 15. 39.46. 86 Reeder, Tim — 66 Renner. Mike — 73. 120 Ricci. Mr. Tim — 25 Rice. Mr. Don — 25 Rice. Susanne — 73, 134 Rice. Teri — 39. 46 Rich, Allen — 58 Rich, Eric— 73 Rich. Opie — 73 Rich. Mrs. Mary — 20, 25,97 Richard. Robert — 66 Richerson. Chris—73, 120 Richerson. Chuck — 55, 92. 116. 119 Richerson. Stacy — 66 Richey. Martha — 14, 73, 89, 91, 113. 128 Rich's Illico — 152 Riddle. Roy — 56 Rioux, Karen — 73, 132. 134 Riva, Mike — 18. 166 Roan. Scott — 56, 94, 130 Roberts, Heathers — 39, 45 Rogers. Gary — 66 Rose, JoLyn — 3, 39, 45. 99 Royc. Kevin — 39. 45. 92 Rumsay, Amy Kinsman — 45 Rumsey. Sherry — 40. 45 Rumsey. Traci — 67, 97, 108 Russell. David — 56, 93 Frank Russell Trucking — 148 Russell, Greg — 67. 88, 108. 109 Russell. Jamie — 40. 45, 99 Ruzich. Todd — 56, 93, 116. 118 Sakonyi, Dianne — 56, 59, 84. 87. 89,91. 106, 110 Salinque. Marla — 40, 44. 46 Sanders. Christine — 73, 91, 108 Sanders. Darin — 73, 75, 106. 110, 126, 135 Sanders. Dwight — 73 Sandner's Electric Company — 140 Sandy's Flowers and Gifts — 143 Sanders. Jim — 67, 85, 106, 108 Sanders, Keith — 7, 8, 9, 40, 46.88, 99, 116, 117 Sanders. Regina — 73, 132 Sapp, Dana — 140, 146 Sapp. Scott — 67. 120 Schram. Mindy— 73 Schram, Stephen — 56, 94 Second Baptist Church — 145 Scvcnski. David — 56. 94. 135 Shelby. Kevin — 73 Shelby 's Tow Service — Shelton, Terry — 40. 95 Shelter Insurance Co. — 155 Shiftworks— 151 Shupe. Jill — 40. 46 Sigler.Scott — 74 Sigler. Todd — 74, 123 Simmons. Mike — 3, 6. 7.8, 9, 40. 46, 92. 93,94, I 16, 117 Simons, Ann — 41,46 Simpson. Donna — 44. 46 Simpson, James — 41 Simpson. Mike — 18 Simpson. Valerie — 74, 91, Sims. Gerald — 67, 120 Sing. Richard — 41 Sipes. Mr. Pat —20.25. 76. 94, 116. 121. 132 Sipes. Tony — 3, 16, 56. 85, 94, 116. 118. 130. 135. 137 SI Video— 161 Slanc, Sonya — 74 Sloan, Mr. Bob — 116, 121 Sloan. Brett — 56, 135 Sloans Gymnastic School — 169 Smclccr. Don — 74 Smilanich, Jeff — 41 Smith. Mr. Charles— 16. 25 Smith, Chrystal — 74, 91 Smith. Donald — 67 Smith. Dyke — 41.46 Smith. Jason — 67 Smith, Julie - 56, 106 Smith. Mrs. Peggy — 25, 84 Smith, Mr. Ron — 159 Smithberg. Rhonda — 67 Smothers, Brent — 67 Smothers. Kendra — 74 Smothers. Mike — 74 Sneddon, Mark — 74. 91. 120 Snyder. Brent — 74, 108 Snyder, Chris — 41, 46. 85, 94. 108. 124, 125. 127 Somers, Tommv — 67, 90, 122 Southard. Melissa — 56, 91, 102 Spaven. Kim — 15, 74, 86. 91, 102 Spears, Jennifer— 74 Spears. Kevin — 67 Spicer, Suzanne — 74, 96, 106, III, 113 Spillcr, Jeff — 41,46, 94 Stanislawski. Michael — 67. 90 Stanley, George — 41,46, 182Index 100 Stanley. Tina — 41,46, 134 Staten, Chris — 56. 85, 93, 116. 118, 135 Stcinberger. Dean — 67 Steinberger, Wally — 74 Steinmetz, Stacey — 74, 91, 128 Steinmetz. Susan — 42, 46, 98.99 Stevens. Mrs. Linda — 26, 88 Stewart. Roscann — 42. 45. 98 Stewart. Vance — 56.93, 130 Stellcy. Chrissy — 56. 60, 99 Stitely. Joe — 56, 106. 110 St. John’s Church— 174. 175 Stodghill, Becky— 57, 134, 136 Stone Funeral Home — 155 Stoner, Teresa — 67, 134. 136 Stoner, Tony — 42. 46, 93, 95. 104 Stoner. Tracey — 67, 90, 101, 126, 132, 134 Story. Tara —67,88,91. 108, 109, 113 Stotlar. Herrin — 148 Strain, Holly — 74. 91, 132 Stricgel Thocnncs and Knobloch — 168 Stritzel. Mr. Richard — 3, 26 Sturgeon, John — 67, 135 Style Masters— 164 Sullivan. Amy — 67, 132 Summers, Angie — 74. 91 Summers, Dwayne — 16. 57, 87. 116, 118, 124, 127, 135 Summers. Greg — 57, 92 Summers, Stacey — 42. 46 Super X Pharmacy — 171 Surgical Appliance— 164 Swarthout, Lori — 57, 99, 106, 108 Sword. Jerry — 74, 106 Sword, Rusty — 67 Talbott, Dan — 42. 46, 93 Talluto, Shawn — 42. 46. 92 Tango. Jeff — 67, 91, 120 Tanner. Belle — 57, 86, 90, 102 Tanner. Billy — 42. 46. 93. 104 Tate. Taemi — 74 Taylor Ford — 156 Taylor, Jackie — 57, 98 Taylor. Mr. John — 10, 19 Tennyson, Jamev — 9. 42, 46,94, 106. 110, 116, 117 Terry's Barber Shop — 168 Texaco. Bill and Charlie's — 155 Tharp, Tim — 3. 16. 57, 79. 94 Thomas, Greg— 74 Thomas, Kelly A. — 67. 96, 106 Thomas, Kelly B. — 67, 98 Thomas. Melody — 42.46 Thomas. Raymond — 67, 108, 109, 113 Thomas, Stacy — 43, 46, 87, 94 Thomas. Tracy — 68 Thomas, Tracy — 7, 8, 9, 43, 46, 97, 101, 116, 117 Thompson. Chris— 100 Thompson. Lennie — 39, 46. 90. 106, 111 Thorpe. Jerry — 68 Tomanovich, Amy — 15, 43, 46, 84 Tomanovich, John — 74 Toney, Kevin — 124, 126 Toth, Kathy — 68 Trcece Decorating— 160 Trinity United Methodist — 163 Trusty. Mark — 43 Turpin, Carl — 74 Turpin, Nanette — 74, 132 Twain. Mark Industry — 157 Tyler, Dana — 14. 43, 46, 89. 96 Tyler. Shane — 74 Unicorn — 166 Union Funeral Home — 178 Union Pharmacy — 142 Vantreasc, Kyle— 141 Van Zandt, Lee — 68 Varis, Chrissy — 74. 92. 102, 112 Vaughn, Alccia — 14. 57, 84. 86,88 Vaughn, Jon — 74, 120 Vaughn. Melville— 100 Vaughn, Ronald — 68, 90 Veenstra. Errit Alberta — 154 Veller, Jeff — 57 Veller. Joseph — 74 Veteto, Larry' — 74 Vick, Gary — 68 Volanski. Carl — 172 Volanski Heating— 172 Volanski. Steve — 68, 106. 110 Wagner, Kris— 16, 57, 130 Wagner, Toni — 74 Wall, Mr. Jack — 18 WalUanet —57 Wall, Tonya — 57 Wallace, Jami — 68.97, 102, 132, 134 Wallace, Marty— 16. 57, 85, 108. 109. 116, 118. 135 Walters, Kevin — 7. 8, 9, 43. 46, 92, 116. 117 Walters. Lisa — 68 Walthes, Heather — 74, 101, 134 Walton's Sen ice Company — 151 Walton, Shawn — 74 Warren. Eric — 74. 120 Warren, Mr. Gary — 26. 88. 101, 116. 121. 138 Warren. Mr. Terry — 18. 76 Watson's Jeweler's— 148 Watson. Mike — 57, 88, 99. 106, 113 Watson, Rodney — 57 Weakly, Mr. Dan — 26, 92 Weaver. Collin — 74 Weaver Insurance Agency — 140 Weaver, John — 7, 8, 9, 43, 46, 90, 92, 116, 117 Weaver, Julie — 74, 91,97, 102 Weaver, Robert — 68 Weaver, Mr. Tim — 26. 85 Weaver, Tyler — 68.85, 120, 126 Weeks, Glen Pontiac — Chevrolet — 152 Wells, Mrs. Debbie —26,97 West, Curt —43, 46, 92,95, 116 West Frankfort Sports Booster — 170 West, Kandy — 43 Westell. Beth Ann — 58. 134, 136 W.F.R.X. — 144 Wharton, Cindy — 90 White, Denise — 68 White. Michelle — 44. 46, 97, 106, 107. 108. 109, 111, 113 Whittington, Bill — 75, 123 Whobery. Michelle — 68, 91, 108 Wicker, Michael — 68, 101, 112 Wilburn, Angela — 68, 92, 108 Wilce, John — 68 Wilkerson. Rick — 75, 106 Wilkins, Joanie — 44 Williams, Andy — 58 Williams, Billy— 75 Williams, Catherine — 75. 89,91.97, 102. 106. 108, 111 Williams, Christina — 58, 97, 106. 108. 109, 110, 113 Williams, Clint — 58. 94 W illiams, Dina — 58 Williams, George — 75 Williams, Jack — 58 Williams, Jcnniftcr — 75 Williams. Johathan — 75 Williams. Ray — 68 Williams, Robert — 75 Williams. Stephanie — 75 Williams. Troy — 44, 46. 130, 131. 137 Willis. Johathan — 68. 88. 91, 106. 110, 120 Willis. Kim —44. 46. 86 Willmorc, Allan — 15, 68, 85, 102. 108, 109, 120, 130. 135 Willmorc, Anut — 15. 58. 85. 99. 109, 116. 118. 135 Willmorc. Schv — 75, 106. 110, 123 Wilson. Danny — 68. 90 Wilson. Jerry — 44, 46, 90 Wilson, Marcus — 68 Wingel, Scott — 75 Winter, Mr. Ron — 20, 26, 60 Wolfe. Aaron — 75, 120, 126 Woods, Amy — 135 Woods, Andy — 75, 122, 126 Woods, Angie — 2, 13. 58. 82,84. 86.91,99. 114, 129 Woolard. Shelley — 75 Wortman. Darrin — 135 Wright, Carol — 44 Wrights Radio Shack — 169 Wyatt, Carla — 75, 106. Ill Wyciskalla. Jason — 68 Yadro Auto Parts — 148 Yadro, Warren — 75 Yarbrough. Susan — 68, 128 Yard. Tammy — 75 Yocum. Curtis — 75 Yocum. Laurie — 75, 102, 108, 134 York. Mrs. Jane — 26, 76. 84. 98 York, Richard — 75 Young, Brigette — 75, 91, 102 Young. Lesley — 44. 46 Young. Steve — 2. 58. 82. 83. 85.94, 102, 116. 118. 135 Zcboski, Shane — 58 Zimmer. Kendra — 58, 102 Zimmer. Rhonda — 16. 44, 46. 101. 106, 111, 134 Zukosky, Jackie — 75 183Both individually and as a group, students ex-Looking Back ceeded their own expectations. As this wonderful year draws to a close, we look back on the events and people that made it memorable. We will always remember the excitement of Homecoming week, the initiation pranks, talking in the hallways, and Beating Benton 38 to 36. But most of all we will remember each other. 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