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

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1987 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 73 The Redbird Annual Proudly Presents “Redbird Fever — FCHS Caught It!” n - r (pi r nn I0C) r J3? Jit Table of Contents Redbird Fever — FCHS Caught It!” Homecoming Class of’87 Camera Day Classes Administration Faculty Organizations Athletics Ads Index Closing Editor-in-Chief — Angie Woods Associate Editor — B. J. Reach Advertising — Kim Barnes, Michelle Glodich Athletics — Jeff Karnes, Greg Johnston Organizations — Tricia Patton, Pam Fitzgerald Advisor — Mrs. Heilen M. Batts Administration and Faculty — Matt Donkin Classes Seniors — Kristi Lintner, Cahrrie Gipson Juniors — Barbara Glodich Sophomores — Marcy Karoski Freshmen — Jill Kondritz, Amanda ScobbyThe FCHS Volleyball Team had a busy season this year. HOMECOMING QUEEN Pally Murphy and ESCORT Trent Miller The seventieth Homecoming celebration helped the 1916-87 school year to be a huge success. This year’s theme was “Our Lady of the Court.” The gym was decorated in patriotic red. white, and blue by Mr. Tim Murphy, the Art Department, and the Student Council. The festivities began on Tuesday, October 7, with “Red and Gray Day.” On Tuesday night, a new tradition was started at FCHS. The Variety Show was added to the list of Homecoming events. This year the contest was won by the rock group “Pacer.” On Wednesday, the Homecoming Queen, Patty Murphy, was crowned at the coronation. The Maid of Honor was Pam Fitzgerald and the Lady-in-Waiting was Lorrie Lucas. The FCHS Swing Choir entertained the court by singing "This One’s for You” and “Sweetheart of Frankfort High.” Alecia Vaughn and Mike McElwrath were the Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. On Thursday, the Chili Supper, Bonfire, Snake Dance, and Sock Hop were held in preparation for the game the next night. On Friday, the Homecoming game was won by the Red-birds by a score of 12-7. MAID OF HONOR Pam Fitzgerald and ESCORT Brad Poole LADY-IN-WAITING Lome Lucas and ESCORT Dwayne SummersJUNIOR ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Carmen McPhail and John Metvm SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Dawn Murphy and Tony Stpes FRESHMAN ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — N»co e Garrett and Stacy Allen JUNIOR ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Laura Fichtel and Steve Youn SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Kim Spaven and Don Gass FRESHMAN ATTENDANT AND ESCORT — Chrystal Burton and Bill Hartley 5Miss Patty Murphy Queen 1986-87 iHOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS — N. Garrett, L. Fitchtel, D. Murphy, P. Fitzgerald, P. Murphy, L. Lucas, K. Spaven, C. McPhail, C. Burton. V. - ESCORTS AND HONOR GUARDS — Row I: S. Young, J. Marvel, J. Johnson, P. McPhail, J. Melvin, S. Allen, C. Richerson, R. jack ■ Crawford, D. Summers. Row 2: C. Staten, J. Forgatch, B. Poole, D. Gass, J. Melvin, T. Sipes, T. McDaniel, B. Hartley. Row 3: Willmore, T. Miller, J. Ledbetter, R. Mathis, S. Hively.M. Dean, J. Delap, C. Ricci, and M. Wilkinson were the Children of the Homecoming Court. The Varsity Football team proudly rides in the parade in hopes of a victory over Herrin. The Art Circle Float displayed Homecoming spirit, Redbird spirit, and snirit in America Mistress and Master of Ceremonies A. Vaughn and M. McElwrath read the scrint for Homecomin® Coronation Senior football captain B. Poole places the Queen’s crown on P. Mumhv.A. Willmore and T. Clark are in ihe spotlight at the Homecoming dance. A huge crowd of die-hard Redbird fans cheer the team to victory over an aggressive Herrin team. Several football players wore tuxedos to the Homecom- Redbird football players go through the Pre-Game ceremonies, ing dance. The FCHS Swing C hoir serenades the Homecoming Queen by singing “The Sweetheart of Frankfort High, and “This One's for Vou.’ 86- '87 uuen i "Dei f Say “Cheese!” First Place — Alecia Vaughn “Bring the ladder back!” Second Place — Tom Aaron “How's the weather up there?” Honorable Mention — Alecia Vaughn This year’s pictures were chosen on the basts of originality, quality, and the difficulty of the photograph. The REDBIRD ANNUAL STAFF would like to thank all the students who participated in the 1986-87 Camera Day Contest. 12 Another victim of A.C.R. Third Place — Carolyn Lee1 [ SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — J. Melvin, Sec.; P. Fitzgerald, Trcas.; P. Murphy, Vice-Pres.; and A. Willmore, Pres. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — D. Broy, Treas.; L. Jude. Sec.; L. Fichtel, Vice-Pres.; and A. Willmore, Pres. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — K. Crawford, Vice-Pres.; D. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — L. Smothers, Trcas.; J. Willis. Murphy, Pres.; L. Jones, Treas.; and S. Orr, Sec. Sec.; B. Knight, Vice-Pres.; and T. Aaron, Pres. 13ttedlknd f4 t teui£ 'I QMZO. KMMkC (QritXMdllo JCsdlh? % 3£ b rJLi aSL ( jjUL  . .. ’V-f ' rfScicC fo t£ee 7 ecvt s4£ k "rtyciiC tu t tee uOe a iaM aitucupi Cuue cp. 0?ox, cue 6 t cu cf cc re t6e e4English III students read the classics. FCHS provides technical know-how M. McPhail practices self expression. S. Cooper is eager to learn. Biology students focus in on slides. Twelve years of formal education has now ended for the class of 1987. Over the past years many bonds have been formed. As the seniors enter the “real world,” they realize they will have to accept the responsibilities of adulthood. The class of 1987 will remember the government classes, term papers in college prep., science, and technology classes. Above all, they will maintain their intense loyalty to the FCHS Redbirds. The 1987 FCHS seniors will long be remembered by succeeding classes. SENIORS V. Stewart demonstrates his ability with tennis balls. L. Lucas hugs J. Coleman, a long-time friend. 18The Class of 1987 Had “Redbird Fever Stacy Allen Radha Aiwa Tom Austin Amy Barkley Kim Barnes Alex Batts Lori Beasley Brian Bejmovicz Mary Beth Bejmovicz Jeff Blades Michelle Boner Steve Boren1 1 J "jena Calcaterra Krista Caraway Keri Chance Kevin Bradley 1 21 Todd Engram Jackie Filkins Pam Fitzgerald Jay ForgatchAfter Twelve Years Together, The Seniors Ryan Forrest Dave Galli Amy Gass Don Gass Cahrrie Gipson Barbara Glodich Kim Golis Gayle Griffith Shannon Grotti Kristie Hamilton Stephanie Harrigan Bill HartleyPrepare To Go Their Separate Ways Brent Hays Joe Hemminger Karin Herstedt Nick Hill Scott Hively Christine Hood Tina Jacobs Gary W. Jarvis Jill Jeffries John Johnson Danny Jones Floyd JonesM. Watson J. Crabtree T. Patton, R. Mathis IN A. Willmore B. GlodichWith Great Hopes and Expectations, Seniors Corky Kelton Trisha Kelton Roger King Brent Kondritz Monica Lawrence Jim Ledbetter Angela Lee David Lewis Bruce Linsley Billy Kaminski Paula Kaytor Marty KelleyLook Forward to Graduation With Mixed Emotions Kristi Lintner Lorrie Lucas Mike Lucas Jeff Marvel Bill Masters Rick Mathis Tim McDaniel Mike McElwrath Karen McElyea Scott McLain Michael McPhail Pat McPhail 27 Jim Melvin Lisa Menees Trent Miller JoeyMocaby Tim Morthland Patty Murphy Ron Nelson Barry Neville Sara O’Connor LoriOdle TomPalasky Tricia PattonRickie Pickering Brad Poole Lance Powless Eric Price Shannon Price Annette Pyles Chuck Richerson Roy Riddle Scott Roan Lynette Ross David Russell Rodd RuzichTo Underclassmen, to Faculty, and to FCHS Dianne Sakonyi Steve Schram David Sevenski John Shelby Tony Sipes Chns Staten Vance Stewart Chnssy Stilley Joe Stitely Becky Stodghillthe 1987 Seniors Say Good-Bye Dwayne Summers Greg Summers Lori Swarthout Belle M. Tanner Tim Tharp Alecia Vaughn Kris Wagner Janet Wall Tonya Wall Marty Wallace Mike Watson Beth Ann WestellAndrew Williams Christina Williams Clint Williams Dina Williams Anut Willmore Angie Woods Steve Young NOT PICTURED 1. Mark Bright 2. Donna Dodd 3. Jennifer Graskewicz 4. Jessie Hemminger 5. Rick Henson 6. Glen Hoppers 7. Chris Hurte 8. Eddie Marks 9. Tricia Martin 10. John Melvin 11. Christian Mueller 12. Tom Pickering 13. Gayla Price 14. Chris Pugh 15. Jackie Skinner 16. Jackie Taylor 17. Jack Williams 18. Kendra Zimmer Shane ZeboskiSenior Activities Stacy Allen — Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1; Track 3, 4. Radha Aiwa — Baseball 2, 3, 4; Alpha 4; Speech Team 4; Swing Choir 4; Madrigals 4. Tom Austin — Video — Football Basketball 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Office Worker 3; Science Club 1. Amy Barkley Kim Barnes — Cheerleading 1, 3, 4; Softball 2; Alpha 3; Powder-Puff 2, 3, 4; RBA 1,2, 3, 4. Alex Batts — Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 2; Computer Club 3. Lori Beasley — Chorus 2,3,4; FHA 2, 3; Nike Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; FTA 2, 3. Brian Bejmovicz — Bible Club 4. Mary Beth Bejmovicz Jeff Blades Michelle Boner — Office Worker 4; Powder-Puff 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4. Steve Boren Kevin Bradley — Golf 1,2, 3,4; Drafting 1, 2, 3,4; RBN 1, 2, 3, 4. Mark Bright Jena Calcaterra — Powder-Puff 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Youth Board 1, 2, 3; Office Worker 1,2, 3,4. Krista Caraway — Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 2; Adv. Elec. 3; Office Worker 2, 3. Keri Chance Melanie Clover — Student Council 1, 4; Speech Team 3; RBN 1; Science Club 1,2; Nike Club 3. Chris Coleman — Building Trades 4; Drafting 1,2, 3,4; Art 1, 2, 3. Janell Coleman — Science Club 2, 3; FTA 4; Nursing I 2; Red Peppers 2. Jerry Crabtree — Art Circle 1,2,3; Speech Team 3; Science Club 2; Office Worker 3; Adv. Art 2,4. Kevin Craig — Voc. Auto; Elec. Ronald Crawford — Football 1,2, 3,4; Elec. IV 1,2, 3, 4. Shane Croslin Ted Cummings Jo Anna Dalton — Science Club 2, 3; FHA 1; Pep Club 4. Jimmy Davis Michelle Dawson — Nike Club; Science Club; Chorus; Pep Club; Voc. Nursing 3. Rene Degroof — Computer Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Voc. Auto 4; Adv. Welding 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3. Tom Dinn — Student Body Pres. 4; RBN 4; Speech Team 4; Scholar Bowl 4; Science Club 1,2, 3,4. John Dorris — Key Club 2, 3,4; Basketball 1; FCA 1,2; T rack 4. Lisa Easley Scott Ellis — Adv. Art 3, 4; Swing Choir 4; Chorus 3,4; Beginners Band 3,4. Jackie Filkins — Nursing I 2, 3; Voc. Nursing 2, 4; Swing Choir 4; Madrigals 4; Chorus 4. Pam Fitzgerald — Homecoming Court 1,2,4; RBA 3, 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Class Treas. 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Jay Forgatch — Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1. Dave Galli — Golf 1,2,3,4; Art 1, 2; Drafting IV 1,2,3, 4. Don Gass — Football 1,2, 3,4; Voc. Auto 2, 3,4; Drafting 1,2, 3; Wrestling 2. Barbara Glodich — RBA 2, 3, 4; Youth Board 2, 3,4; Nike Club 2, 3, 4; Powder-Puff 2, 3,4. Cahrrie Gipson — Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; RBA 2, 3,4; Sub Debs 3,4; Powder-Puff 2, 3,4; Honor Society 3,4. Kim Golis — Cheerleading 1,2,3, 4; Class Officer 2; Sub Debs 3,4; Science Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Jennifer Graskewicz — Student Council 4; Red Peppers 2. Gayle Griffith — Band 1,2, 3,4; Band Council 2. Shannon Grotti Kristie Hamilton Stephanie Harrigan — Science Club 4; Pep Club 4; Nike Club 4; FHA 4. Bill Hartley — Football 1,2, 3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 4; Track 2; Building Trades 3,4. Brent Hays — Swing Choir 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 2, 3,4; Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 1,2; Video Manager 3, 4. Joe Hemminger Jessie Hemminger — Art Circle 1; Powder-Puff 3. Rich Henson Karen Herstedt Nick Hill — Adv. Elec. IV 4; Adv. Drafting IV 4; Honor Society 3,4. Scott Hively — Football 1,2,3,4; Building Trades 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Elec. 1,2,3. Christine Hood — Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3,4; Volleyball Manager 2; Powder-Puff 2, 3,4; FTA 2, 3, 4. Glen Hoppers Chris Hurtte Tina Jacobs — Nike Club 2,3,4; Red Peppers 2; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Powder-Puff 3,4; FTA 4. Gary Jarvis Jill Jeffries — Sub Debs 2, 3,4; Science Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Office Worker 1,2, 3. John Johnson — Football 3,4. Danny Jones — Voc. Auto 3,4. Floyd Jones — Voc. Auto 3,4. Billy Kaminski Paula Kaytor Marty Kelley — Welding 2, 3,4; FFA 1. Corky Kelton Trisha Kelton — Powder-Puff 2,4; Pep Club 4; Nike Club 4; Science Club 4; Nursing I 2. Roger King — Building Trades, Wood 1,2, 3; Voc. Auto 1; Drafting 2. Brent Kondritz — Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Volleyball Manager; RBN 1,2, 3,4. Monica Lawrence — Sub Debs 3, 4; Office Worker 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3; Nike Club 2. Jim Ledbetter— Football 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Voc. Auto 3; Elec. 14. Angela Lee — Basketball 1; Softball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1,2,4. David Lewis — Golf 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Honor Society 3, 4; Elec. 2, 3, 4; Tech. 4. Bruce Linsley — Building Trades 4; Machine Shop 3,4. Kristi Lintner — Cheerleading 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 3,4; Sub Debs 2, 3,4; RBA 2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4. Lorrie Lucas — Student Council 4; Queen Candidate 4; Powder-Puff 2; FHA 4; Interpreters Theater 2. Michael S. Lucas — Golf 1,2, 3,4; Elec. 4; Track 1; Science Club 4. Eddie Marks — Voc. Auto. Tricia Martin —Office Worker 1, 2, 3, 4. Jeff Marvel — Football 1,2, 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Wrestling 1. Bill Masters — Machine Shop 3,4; Building Trades 3, 4; Track 2, 3,4. Rick Mathis — Baseball 3,4; Track 3, 4; Football 4; Honor Society 3, 4. 33Senior Activities Tim McDaniel — Football I, 2, 4; Building Trades 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Alpha. Mike McElwrath — Speech Team 3, 4; Football Mgr. 3, 4; Basketball Mgr. 2; Thespians 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. Karen McElyea — Pom-Pon Flag Squad 1,2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Swing Choir 4; Thespians 3, 4. Scott McLain — Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3,4; FTA 3, 4; Computer Club 2. Michael McPhail — Track 1,2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha 4; Honor Society 3,4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. Pat McPhail — Football 1,2,3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Youth Board 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2. Jim Melvin — Football 1, 2, 3,4; Building Trades 3, 4. John Melvin — Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1, 3, 4; Class Officer 1,2, 3, 4; Drafting IV; Building Trades 4. Lisa Menees — Band Drum Major 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Swing Choir Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Thespians Pres. 4. Trent Miller — Football 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2, 4; Wrestling 4; Basketball 1. Joey Mocaby Tim Morthland — Golf 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Chris Mueller — RBN 4; Wrestling 4; Science Club 4. Patty Murphy — Homecoming Court 2, 3; Queen 4; Student Council 2, 3,4; Class Officer 2, 3,4; Youth Board 2, 3, 4; Powder-Puff 2, 3,4. Ronnie Nelson Barry Neville — Honor Society 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2. Sarah O’Connor — Art Circle; Red Peppers; Office Worker 2; Pom-Pon Squad. Lori Odle — Band 1,2,3, 4; Art Circle 2; Chorus 2; Office Worker 4. Tom Palasky — Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,3,4; Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. Tricia Patton — Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; RBA 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2.3. Rickie Pickering Brad Poole— Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Drafting 1,2, 3. Lance Powlcss — Swing Choir Madrigals 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3,4; Student Council 1; Band 2, 3,4. Eric Price — Machine Shop 3,4. Shannon Price — Homecoming Court 3; Powder-Puff 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Voc. Nursing 3; Volleyball 1. Chris Pugh Annette Pyles — Chorus 2, 3, 4; FHA 4; Office Worker 4; Nursing 2. Chuck Richerson — Football 1,2, 3, 4. Roy Riddle Scott Roan — Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4; Elec. 1,2, 3,4. Lynnette Ross David Russell— Building Trades 3.4. Todd Ruzich — Football 1,2, 3; Drafting 1, 2; Track 4; Building T rades 3,4. Dianne Sakonyi — RBN 1,2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Nike Club 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Powder-Puff 3, 4. Steve Schram — Elec. 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Football 1; Science Club 1,4. David Sevenski — Basketball 1,2; Elec. 2, 3, 4. John Shelby Tony Sipes — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3,4; Basketball 1,2. Brett Sloan — Track 1,2,3, 4; Golf 1, Julie Smith — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Honor Society 4; Alpha 4. Chris Staten — Track 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1,3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4. Vance Stewart — Wrestling 3; Building Trades 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1. Chrissy Stilley — Office Worker 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; Red Peppers 2. Joe Stitely — Band 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1; Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 2. Becky Stodghill — Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Powder-PufT2, 3, 4. Dwayne Summers — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2; RBN 1,2, 3, 4. Greg Summers Lori Swarthout — Band 1,2, 3, 4; Band Officer 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Alpha 4; Scholar Bowl 4. Belle Tanner— Homecoming Court 1; Student Council 3; Nursing 4; Art Circle 1, 2, 3,4. Jackie Taylor Tim Tharp — Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Elec. 1,2,3, 4; Tech. 4. Alecia Vaughn — Cheerleading 1, 2, 4; Student Council 1,2, 3; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4. Kris Wagner — Wrestling 1,3; Drafting 1,2, 3, 4. Janet Wall Tonya Wall — Volleyball 1; Art Circle 1; Office Worker 4. Marty Wallace — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Theatrics 2, 3, 4; Speech Team 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. Mike Watson — Band 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1,2; Student Librarian 2,4; Scholar Bowl 4. Beth Ann Westell — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Andy Williams Christina Williams — Band 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Swing Choir 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Madrigals 3, 4. Clint Williams Dina Williams — FHA 1,2; Pom-Pon Flag Squad 2; Chorus 2. Jack Williams Anut Willmore — Track 1,2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Class Pres. 1,2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Angie Woods — Cheerleading 1,2, 3, 4; RBA 1,2, 3,4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Steve Young— Football 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; RBA 2, 3. Shane Zeboski — Science Club 4. Kendra Zimmer — Powder-Puff 3, 4, 34The Class of ’88 has one more year at F.C.H.S., and school will be but a memory. The past three years have given us enough good times and experiences to last a lifetime. The juniors were infected with REDBIRD FEVER at pep sessions and various sporting events. The class sponsor is Mrs. Terri Brown. The juniors strived to achieve their financial goals for Prom and their Senior Banquet. The Class of ’88 hopes to make their final year at F.C.H.S. a success. JUNIORSJuniors Celebrate Their First Year Tom Adkins Karen Arview John Austin Duane Bean Randy Bennett Ame Blades Kevin Blades Jason Boggs Bart Bratcher Deborah Bratcher Michelle Bromley John Brown Vickie Brown Danny Broy Raymond Burke 36as Upperclassmen with Spirit and Pride Don Bute Michelle Cardwell Marcus Chance Julie Chismar Steve Cima Tamara Clark David Cloe Michael Clutts Sean Cowan Betsy Crowder Dennon Davis Jackie Davis Brian Dorris Tanya Doty Leslee Downs 37Michelle Dragovich Sara Elliott Steve Engler Phillip Erthall Amy Essick Laura Fichtel Tracy Filkins Nichole Frazier Rachel Frazier Anita Fries Michelle Fry David Giacone Elizabeth Goff John Griffin Carla Groves 38Stacy Harkins Steve Harkins Steve Harriss Clint Hawkins Angela Henson Mike Johnson Greg Johnston Jim Jones Lori Jude Alan Kaminski Jeff Karnes Stefanie King Michelle Kirby Polly Kirkman Rudy Knight 39Juniors Enjoy Planning Prom, Receiving Joe La swell Heidi Layman Carolyn Lee Lori Ligon Joe Lingle Kim Lovan Pam Lude Randy Mathis Donnie McElmurray Charles McElyea Carmen McPhail Bob Mitchell Holli Mitchell Jenna Mitchell Sean Mocaby 40Class Rings, and Taking Part in School Activities Marty Moffett Tracy Mondino Matt Morris Jennifer Murray Richard Neibch Laura Nolen Scott O’Daniel Charles Ogden Mike Oster Natalie Osterhout Mike Pappas Angie Paulk Mike Periman Billie Jo Pohl Patty Pugh 41Julie Pulliam Ramu Rao Michelle Ray B. J. Reach Tim Reeder Robert Richard Stacy Richerson Tammy Rodenmayer Traci Rumsey Greg Russell Jim Sanders Scott Sapp 42 Gerald Sims Jason Smith Brent SmothersTom Somers Kevin Spears Mike Stanislawski Dean Steinberger Teresa Stoner Tracey Stoner Tara Story John Sturgeon Amy Sullivan William Sword JefTTango Todd Taylor Kelly A. Thomas Kelly B. Thomas Raymond Thomas 43The Class of’88 Captured Redbird Tracy Thomas Teresa Thompson Jerry Thorpe Lee VanZandt Ronald Vaughn Gary Vick Steve Volanski Jami Wallace Lisa Walters Brett Weakly Robert Weaver Tyler Weaver Cindy West Cindy Wharton Michelle Whobrey 44Fever at Games and Pep Sessions Mike Wicker Angie Wilburn John Wilce Ray Williams Jonathon Willis Allan Willmore Danny Wilson Marcus Wilson Jason Wyciskalla Susan Yarbrough Beth Young NOT PICTURED Gerri Behn Jacqueline Cutter Michelle Dawson Jodi Hopper Teresa Pyles Valerie Shelton Brian Todich Denise White 45Jonathon Willis in his scrimmage vest is ready to play. Patty Pugh and Angela Henson work in the attendance office. Mr. Fiori helps drafting student Mike Oster. Tammy Clark and Allan Willmore are one of the steady couples at F.C.H.S. Carmen McPhail waits for the revealing of the 1986-87 Homecoming Queen. Steve Harriss completes a short quiz in Mrs. Blackwood's Advanced Algebra Class. 46The Sophomore Class started their second year at F.C.H.S. ready to show their RED-BIRD SPIRIT at pep sessions and different sporting activities. It was a busy year for the members of the Sophomore Class as they received their drivers licenses, and they raised money for future activities. The Sophomore Class chose Dawn Murphy and Kim Spaven as their Homecoming Attendants. Mrs. Genelle Bedokis is the class sponsor. The sophomores are sure to enjoy the next two years at F.C.H.S. SOPHOMORESThe Class of ’89 Were Very Active Tim Adkins Janice Anderson Patrick Anderson Robert Andrews Elva Arview Tim Arview Laura Barton Dawn Batterson Jason Beavers Tara Biggs Malinda Browning Amy Butler Jarrod Calcaterra Cassie Cameron Clayton Carter Tyra Carter Lisa Clark Keith Cloe Beth Corley Tim Costellia Kristin Crawford Karen Cunningham Andy Darnell Audra Darnell 48Participants in All Redbird Activities Lori Day Richie Denham Jeremy Dodd Matt Donkin Tanya Dover Jerry Easley Derek Fichtel Doug Filkins John Filkins Diann Fisher Melanie Fitzwater Charles Foote Donald Fort William Freeman Laura Galbraith Robert Gardner Jerry Gass Jody Gass Mandy Gilliam Michelle Glodich Melynda Gosnell Chris Gosset Amy Green Kenneth Griffin 49Shane Griffith Stacey Grimes Melissa Gutierrez Crystal Hale Nick Hail Randy Hall Matt Harriss Barbara Hawkins Bryon Helfrich George Henderson Billy Henson Jason K. Henson Todd Hermetz Colette Heyder Sherri Hobbs Tom Hogan Joe Holly John Hoole Phil Humphrey Shane James Jeff Johnson Lori Jones Lisa Joplin Richard Jude 50Trevor Julian Cassandra Karch John Karnes Marcy Karoski Julie LaMar Dana Lampley Lori Lawrence Sandy LcClaire Caryn Lee Denise Lee Meike Leek Amy Lcfler Craig Lemmon Lori Lewis Malisa Lingle Steve Linn Jason Maragni Scott Mason Mike McCormick John McElyea Bridget McGhee Andrea McPhail Greg Melvin James Melvin 51The Sophomore Class Is Looking Forwarc Shane Minton Sarah Mitchell Sheri Mitchell Heath Moffett Mike Moschino Dustin Mosser Dawn Murphy Mike Murphy Ernest Nangle Larry Neible Jan Nicholas Jeana Nicholson Brent Nolen Rachel Novy Becky O’Conner Larry Ogden Sean O’Keefe Stacey Orr Tara L. Orr Jeff Overturf Marilyn Partak Mike Peters Dwight Pollard Don Priceto Becoming Upperclassmen Michelle Pritchard Lori Ray Dawn Reach Deon Redmon Gina Reed Susanne Rice Eric Rich Chris Richerson Martha Richey Karen Rioux April Sanders Christine Sanders Darin Sanders Dwight Sanders Regina Sanders Mindy Schram Kevin Shelby Scott Sigler Todd Sigler Valerie Simpson Sonya Slane Chrystal Smith Kendra Smothers Mike Smothers 53Brent Snyder Kim Spaven Jenni Spears Suzanne Spicer Wally Steinbcrger Stacey Steinmctz Holly Strain Kevin Straver Kenny Sullivan Angie Summers Jerry Sword Greg Thomas Nanette Turpin Carl Turpin Shane Tyler Crissy Varis Jon Vaughn Larry Veteto Toni Wagner Brent Wall Heather Walthes Shawn Walton Eric Warren Beth Watkins 54Curtis Yocum Richard York Brigette Young Collin Weaver Julie Weaver Bill Whittington Rick Wilkerson Billy Williams Cathy Williams Dave Williams Jennifer Williams Jonathon Williams Stephanie Williams Schy Willmore Scott Winget Aaron Wolfe Andy Woods Carla Wyatt Warren Yadro Channon Bessette Tony Boswell Vicki Culpepper Jay Doty Vince Doty Randall Grohler Not Pictured Eric Gunter Danny Hartline Frank Martin Patrick McFarland Judd McLain Perry Parrent Mike Renner Bob Walters Robert Williams Shelley Woolard Lisa Young 55Sophomores Remember the Best of Times S. Stcinmctz prepares assignments on the computer. M. Glodich and D. Sanders enjoy the homecoming dance. J. McLain takes a break from health class. S. Williams is one student who likes studyhall 56 J. Calcaterra is glad the school day is over.The freshman class at F.C.H.S. began their first year with anticipation and excitement at finally becoming part of the high school student body. To raise money for future dances and class activities, the freshmen sold jewelry, candy, and other items. With the help of the class sponsors Mr. Jerry Eader, Mr. Terry Warren, and Mrs. Peggy Smith, the freshmen are sure to succeed in the future. FRESHMENThe Class of’90 Experience Their First Tom Aaron Kellie Adams Todd Adelsberger Jody Allen Carol Ambos Mike Arview Molly Arview Bret Baker Sheri Barnett Debbie Baudison Amy Bayless Scott Bencie Mike Blake Heather Bohn Scott Bolte Angela Brannan Paula Browning David Broy Matt Buffington Aaron Burke Mike Burke Crystal Burton Carri Calcaterra Leigh Caldwell Pam Calonne Michelle Christian Spencer Cooper Brian Crawford Jason Crowder Danny Cutter Emily Dalton Rachel Davis Tynna Davis Melissa Drone Ronnie EgeditchHomecoming Dance and Activities David Ellis Beth Fisher Shane Fitzwater David Fletcher Jimmy Ford Kathy Ford Ben Foster Nicole Garrett Shaney Gass Jack Gelso Lori Gentry Jack R. Golio Jr. Heather Gordon Bill Graves Chris Griffin Shannon Griffith Tonya Hall Lance Hammers Craig Hanna Jeff Harris Paul Hawkins Andrea Hays Mike Hemminger Denise Herbert James Herrell Crystal Hogan Shannon Holder DecDec Hood Larry Hood Tommy Hoppers Heather Horsely Heather Huite Michael Intravaia Shane Jent Brian Johnson 59The Freshman Class Starts Shirley Johnson Jamie Karales Kellie King Kim Klimowicz Brett Knight Jill Kondritz Shawn Kosmus Brent Laurenti Brad Lawrence Valarie Lawrence Angela Ledbetter Amy Lemmon Kelly Levanti Jeff Lindsey Alane Lintner Eric Logsdon Heather Logsdon Mark Mabry Jason Maddox Amanda Massey John Masters Nicole McClellan Melissa McClement Jon McCreery Tom McCoy Becky McDonald Melissa Melvin Shanie Melvin Penny Miller Shawn Mills Oliver Miner Paul Moak John Mohring Patrick Morgan Leslie MosserNew Way of Life at FCHS Heath Neibch Amy Newman Becky Nolen Bill Nolen Mike Nolen Tracy Nolen Elizabeth Norman Danny Odle Julie Orr Ricky Owsley George Palasky Jeff Palasky David Pearson Steve Perry Chad Phelps Mike Pickett Andy Podner Scott Pond Becky Poole Richard Ramsey Chuck Reed Marcus Reed Debbie Reyna Beth Richard Kari Richerson Effaney Riddle Ginger Rodenmayer Chris Romack Chris Russell Diana Sanders Leslie Sanders Amanda Scobby Mike Scolari Amy Scrivner Laura Shaw 61Jason Shelby Donnie Shelton Leslie Smothers Chad Spence Kathy Stanislawski Ina Stanley Robin Stanley Mark Staten Chad Stolzcnburg Dennis Stowers Michelle Taylor Chuck Thompson Mark Trone Shawn Trotter Rae Upchurch Jason Volanski Maria Walton Paul Warren Billy Watkins Billie Wertz Eric Westray Shelly Wicker Jennifer Williams Jeff Willis Julie Willis Valoree York Jeff Garbo David Hartlinc James Holland Brandi Odum Not Pictured Opic Rich Billy Sullivan Jeff Summers M. Intravaia realizes that tests aren’t as easy as they seem.A student’s life is the center of “Redbird Fever.” A student is a very complex individual; therefore, through pictures and feelings, the effort has been put forth to try and describe the high school student. Each year a section of the yearbook is set aside to show what the FCHS student is all about. This year’s section has captured the meaning, styles, memories, and activities of the FCHS student. Without the student, there would be no “Redbird Fever.” So this section is dedicated to YOU, the student! Student Life:1DBIP ■ I I riendship — Two or more people sharing “secrets” and good times together. "Oh, I don't believe it!" says J. Shelby after getting back his test. Satisfaction — The great feeling of achievement and accomplishment made by one’s self or as a team. Lunch time is for communicating about the satisfaction of the happy events with close friends. Mr. Eadcr explains the experiment to his biology class. appiness — The state of feeling very cheerful, joyous, and “smiling.” S. Trotter looks “mighty spiffy" as he prepares for a night out on the town. ( | ommunication — The process of learning and „ helping between the students and the faculty.WHAT’S IN STYLE AT FCHS? V. Stewart has the "casual look" in S. Steinmetz wears flowered pants. J. Kondritz wears a studded jean jacket. Jean Jackets were popular with boys and girls alike. This year, FCHS saw several different fashions. Multi-colored jeans, jean jackets, and even jean boots were very common at school. Tennis shoes were worn as usual. Reeboks were the most popular brand. Coca-Cola produced a line of clothes that turned out to be very successful. In the wristwear department, Swatch watches were tops. Flowered clothes could be seen on many girls. Hair styles for girls went from short to long, and bovs long to short and even to the extremes of mohawks! FCHS boys wore Reeboks this year. Some tucked their jeans sweatshirt, jeans, and Reeboks. in the shoes. Others left their shoes untied.‘ ‘Tftfy ?awUte being a part of the 1986 football team." B. Weakly the thrill of your ball games because everybody gets excited.” C. Mueller. being a part of the Varsity Cheerleading Squad." L. Fichtel. when Brett, B.J., Al, and I won grand prize in the Variety Show as the rock group "Pacer"." K. Wagner. going steady with this year’s Homecoming Queen.” K. Cloe.0 0 0 WZe t viy o t ?S6-X7u being a Freshman and spending time with friends.” S. Wicker, being part of the Homecoming Court.” C. Burton. playing on the Freshman basketball team.” J. Palasky. going a full year with a valid driver’s license.” M. Wickersoftest S Life after school? Yes, some people do have social lives. Whether it be after school activities or going uptown on the weekends, the FCHS student keeps himself very busy. Some may prefer the sports. Practice, Practice, Practice. After school is usually reserved for the hard, struggling athlete to prepare for his upcoming match or game. Others have the usual club organization meetings to plan future events. Money! Then we have the students who work, yes WORK! Many students have jobs that require most of their after school time. Jobs may range from fast food restaurants to video stores. The FCHS working student always has that extra “cash.” We can never forget the students who does study. Some people take school seriously and do their homework assignments. And finally, we have the “normal” student that goes home, grabs a soda and junk food, and sits in front of the TV recuperating from his hard day at school! Making the grade is what Kim Barnes tries to do by catching up on her Brit. Lit. class. “May I help you?” says Jill Jeffries, answering the phone at her after school job. School's out! Don Gass is ready to get home after : day of books. Sweating it out is what the football team did at their practices every day.Leadership is an important quality exhibited by the administration of Frankfort Community Unit District 168. The Board of Education is comprised of leaders of the community. The Board formulates the policies of the schools, and the Superintendent and the Principals of the District carry them out. The Board of Education meets once monthly, and the superintendent and the Principals meet often to coordinate activities in the district. ADMINISTRATIONThe Superintendent coordinates the activities and operations of all four schools in the district. Dr. Ronald Davis became a part of District 168 schools when he became Unit Superintendent in 1986. He came to this district from Nokomis, IL. He said in an interview, “It has always been my goal as a Superintendent to provide the necessary leadership to ensure that all students have the opportunity to achieve their individual academic and vocational goals. This can only be attained through leadership in the selection and retention of appropriate materials, equipment, and personnel.” The Board of Education is a group of people elected by the public. They serve as the liaison between the community and the administration. Mr. Michael Riva is the President, and Mr. Michael Simpson is the Secretary. Superintendent, Dr. Ronald Davis MEMBERS OF THE BOARD — Row 1: M. Simpson, M. Riva, L. Hopkins. Row 2: B. Osterhout, D. Broy, F. Kondritz, R. Biggs. 66One of the important positions of F.C.H.S. is that of principal. Mr. David Lee is in his first year in that position. Some of his duties as principal include the supervision, evaluation, discipline, and leadership. He says, “The primary goal at F.C.H.S. is the improvement of instruction. We believe that we must make every effort to meet the needs of our students in granting them the fullest possible educational opportunities. “Our most sincere congratulations to you who are graduating and to every student of F.C.H.S. It has been a privilege for the faculty and administration to have had a part in these years of your lives.” F.C.H.S. Principal Mr. David Lee Assistant Principal Mr. George Hopkins Mr. George Hopkins is our new assistant principal. Some of his duties and responsibilities are assisting with scheduling classes and class periods, regulating pupil conduct, arranging student transportation to school activities, and coordinating any part of the school program as directed by the principal. Mr. Hopkins said, “I have found my duties to be challenging, interesting, rewarding, and, at times, exhausting. I have enjoyed the change of position and the change of environment. “The transition was made easier by the fact that I know most of the students already, having become acquainted with them in junior high. The students here at F.C.H.S. are a pleasure to work with and to be around.” 67The Office Is Where The Action Is Mrs. Betty Grotti Mrs. Marty Innis Mrs. Mary Lou Hogg Computer Manager Bookkeeper Computer Operator Personal Secretary to Principal Mr. Hopkins and his wife join the students on the dance floor. Mr. and Mrs. Lee enjoy chaperoning the Homecoming Dance. 68The faculty of F.C.H.S. have many responsibilities. They must guide their students through an important part of their lives and prepare them for the outside world and future. They must act as role-models to their students, because they are greatly admired and respected. All teachers put in many hours at work with school duties, club sponsorship, and athletic coaching. The F.C.H.S. faculty keep up-to-date with their teaching skills by attending workshops and seminars, taking classes, and using these techniques in the classroom. FACULTYThe Faculty of F.C.H.S. Play a Key Role Mrs. Terri Brown English Mr. George Clark Guidance, Business Mr. Russell Clover English. REDBIRD NOTES Mrs. Donnette Dean Mathematics Ms. Judy Delap Social Studies 70in Classroom and Extra-Curricular Activities Mr. Larry Demattei Social Studies Photography Mr. Gene Ernest Physical Education Athletic Director Mr. Paul Grammer Social Studies Driver’s Education Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris Business Mr. Jerry Eader Science Mr. Dan Fiori Industrial Arts Mrs. Sandra Fiori Spanish Social Studies Mr. McHancy was the Grand Marshal for the Old King Coal Parade this year. 71Miss Dolores Grosco Business, Attendance Mrs. Sharon Helleny Guidance Home Economics Mr. Donald Hobbs Industrial Arts Mr. Harold Hood Miss Alice Hrovatich Industrial Arts Business, Computers Mr. Charles Ielase English, Speech Mr. George Karoski Driver’s Education Physical Education Miss Susan Malkovich Physical Education 72Mrs. Liz Orso Mr. Steve Pasko Miss Jane Pen- Special Education Industrial Arts French, English Mr. John Reach Mr. Tim Ricci Building Trades Health, Physical Education 73Teachers Are All Members of an Extremely Mr. Don Rice Alternative Classroom Mrs. Mary Rich Home Economics Mr. Pat Sipes Electronics Industrial Arts Mrs. Peggy Smith Special Education Mrs. Linda Stevens Science Mr. Richard Stritzel Mathematics Mr. Kevin Toney Special EducationLarge and Very Challenging Profession Mr. Gary Warren Science Mr. Tim Weaver Business Mr. Terry Warren Government Practical Law Mrs. Debbie Wells Home Economics Mr. Dan Weakly Auto Mechanics Mr. Ron Winter Driver’s Education Mrs. Mary Jane York Nursing Mr. Clover looks at the morning announcements.Mr. G. Warren addresses the audience at Homecoming Coronation. Miss Hrovatich is at work on the computer. Mr. Lee copies materials in the office. Mr. Sipes arrives to start class. Mr. Stritzel teaches some math fundamentals.Time spent at school is not meant to be all work. Here at FCHS we are offered numerous clubs and organizations to make life at school more enjoyable. The organizations of FCHS play an important role in helping to build the foundation for participation in society. This develops important values such as leadership and responsibility. It also helps develop initiative, resourcefulness, a sense of sportsmanship, and loyalty. ORGANIZATIONSREDBIRD ANNUAL — Row 1: A. Scobby, M. Karoski, K. Lintner, A. Woods, C. Gipson, M. Glodich, J. Kondritz. Row 2: P. Fitzgerald, J. Karnes, B. Glodich, G. Johnston, M. Donkin, B. Reach, T. Patton, Mrs. Batts.ORGANIZATION EDITORS — P. Fitzgerald and T. Patton. ADVERTISING EDITORS — M. Glodich and K. Barnes. STAFF MEMBERS — M. Karoski, J. Kondntz, A. Scobby. STAFF MEMBERS — B. Glodich, M. Donkin, J. Karnes, G. Johnston.REDBIRD NOTES — Row I: D. Sakonyi, S. Steinmetz, C. Lee. Row 2: M. Schram, S. Orr, B. Kondritz, B. Foster, D. Summers, T. Dinn. TRI-EDITORS — D. Summers. D, Sakonyi, B. Kondritz. REDBIRD NOTES is an organization composed of several dedicated students who work in unity to publish this year’s nine issues. Each issue circulated 1,000 copies that were distributed to FCHS students and faculty, selected local and regional businesses, and to high schools in three states. Russell Clover has been the REDBIRD NOTES' sponsor for seven years. The REDBIRD NOTES welcomes any student with an interest in journalism. REDBIRD NOTES is dedicated to the purpose of informing students of news and events occurring and pertaining to FCHS. Aside from learning about journalism, the students learn to cooperate with each other to serve the FCHS student body. Dwayne Summers was this year’s editor-in-chief. Senior Staff members include: K. Bradley, sports editor; T. Dinn, columnist; B. Kondritz, assistant editor; D. Sakonyi, advertising manager. 80NIKE CLUB — T. Jacobs. S. King. S. Melvin. T. Kclton. H. Layman. M. Glodich. J. Nicholson. Row 2: C. Wyatt. M. Dawson. S. Har-rigan. B. Hawkins, C. Smith. L. Clark. J. Weaver. Row 3: M. Taylor. B. Young. L. Jones, K. Levanti. L. Lawrence. L. Lewis. L. Ray. S. Hobbs. Mrs. Dorris. Row 4: D. Sakonyi. A. Blades. M. Walton. C. McPhail. S. Mitchell. B. Glodich. M. Leek. T. Davis. C. Hogan. A. Lcflcr. MissGrosco. Membership in the Nike Club is open to all students. The objectives are to study vocations and prepare for careers, to give service to the school and community, to develop leadership and initiative, and to encourage citizen participation. The Nike Club participated in the Homecoming parade this year by entering a float. They have also worked in concession stands at the Girls’ Basketball games. The club is sponsored by the F.C.H.S. Business Department and the West Frankfort Business and Professional Women’s Club. The club also has guest speakers from different professions and is planning to attend a meeting with the BPW members in March. OFFICERS — L. Lewis, Treas.. B. Glodich, Sec.. T. Jacobs. V. Pres., D. Sakonyi, Pres., L. Lawrence, Sec. 81SUB DEBS — Row I: K. Crawford, M. Lawrence, A. Woods, J. Jeffries, J. Chismar, T. Biggs. T. Mondino, M. Lingle. Row 2: Mrs. York, L. Jude, L. Fichtel. L. Lewis, P. Murphy, K. Lintner, A. Vaughn, P. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Smith. Row 3: C. Lee, K. Golis, L. Galbraith, S. Rice, S. Steinmetz, D. Sakonyi, S. Orr, T. Patton, C. Gipson. OFFICERS — D. Sakonyi, Hist., K. Golis, V. Pres., A. Woods, Pres., T. Patton, Treas., P. Fitzgerald, Sec. The Sub Debs is a service organization of girls who help in community affairs. Sub Debs is for Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls who have high standards for themselves. Members must also be respectable, and contain the qualities leadership, scholarship, and self-integrity. The Sub Debs was established in 1938, and it has continued to grow and develop throughout the years. Mrs. Peggy Smith has been the sponsor for seven years. Her assistant sponsor for the last three years has been Mrs. Mary Jane York. Activities for the 1986-87 school year included the initiation held during the Old King Coal parade. Other activities include selling projects, a Christmas party, concessions, helping at the Elks annual Christmas dinner for the underprivileged families, the Mother-Daughter Banquet, and regularly scheduled meetings.KEY CLUB — Row 1: S. Willmorc, M. Clutls, T. Morlhland, M. McPhail. A. Willmore, W. Yadro, A. Willmorc, M. Moffett. Row 2: S. Linn, S. Harriss, J. Overturf, M. Pappas, M. Donkin, C. Staten, D. Cloc, H. Moffett, S. Cowan. Row 3: Mr. Weaver. K. Cloe. D. Sanders, B. Poole, M. Wallace, J. Dorris, J. Sanders, T. Sipes, D. Giacone, Mr. Ielasc. Row 4: J. Henson, D. Davis, S. Young, A. Darnell, G. Johnson, T. Palasky, T. Weaver, P. McPhail, B. Reach. The Key Club is a service organization made up of high school boys who have shown outstanding leadership and academic capabilities. During the school year the Key Club strives to aid the community and school by providing help in many different projects. This year’s Key Club participated in many projects such as: the yearly Kiwanis barbe-que, marshals for the Old King Coal 10k run, and some members were grand champions at the variety show. Key Club members also served as cheerleaders for this year’s powder puff football game. These projects and others make the Key Club a useful and respected representative of FCHS. KEY CLUB OFFICERS — Row 1: B. Poole, V. Pres., A. Willmore, Treas. Row 2: C. Staten, Pres., M. McPhail, Sec.SCIENCE CLUB — Row 1: B. Young, T. Clark, T. Jacobs. T. Kelton, L. Clark, J. Weaver, S. Melvin, T. Carter, C. Cameron. D. Wilson. Row 2: S. Bencie, C. Wyatt, T. Orr. S. Harrigan, L. Powless, A. Green, K. Levanti, P. Fitzgerald, M. Lucas. T. Nolen, B. Young. M. Taylor. Mrs. Stevens. Row 3: M. Dawson. E. Logsdon. J. Mohring. D. Murphy, S. Hobbs. R. Sanders. B. McGhee, H. Layman, H. MofTet, D. Stowers. Row 4: Mr. Warren. T. Aaron, B. Glodich, M. Pappas, L. Jones, C. Hogan, T. Davis, T. Patton, D. Cloe. A. Vaughn, S. McLain. S. Grimes, J. Williams. Row 5: S. Harriss, M. Leek, A. Blades. D. Sakonyi, D. Nolen. T. Dinn, M. Wallace, C. Mueller. S. Schram, J. Willis, S. Zeboski, M. Watson, Mr. Eader. The FCHS Science Club is made up of a group of students interested in developing the science department to its fullest extent. The Science Club sponsors many activities at the high school. One of these activities is the FCHS Science Fair, which is completely organized by high school students. Students from the grade schools, the junior high, and the high school were the participants. The Science Club has also sold Redbird cushions and Redbird pins. They have also sponsored trips for the members. This past summer a trip to Kentucky Lake was enjoyed. Finally, this year’s club is raising money for the purchase of a new computer which will be put in Mrs. Steven’s classroom. OFFICERS — M. Watson, Pres., A. Vaughn, V. Pres.. B. Glodich, Treas., T. Clark, Sec. 84JUNIOR-SENIOR PEP CLUB — Row 1: S. Harrigan, T. Kclton, J. Dalton, K. Arview, J. Tango, J. Taylor. Row 2: B. Glodich, K. Frazier, M. Dawson, A. Woods, L. Fichtel, C. Lee, L. Jude, M. McElwrath. Row 3: M. Pappas, L. Downs, C. McPhail, K-Golis, A. Vaughn, T. Patton, C. Gipson, J. Calcaterra, K. Lintner. Row 4: S. Harriss, S. Cima, M. Wicker, D. Sakonyi, P. Pugh, J. Mitchell, b. Hawkins V Simnsnn FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE PEP CLUB — Row 1: M. Glodich, S. Woolard, J. Anderson, L. Smothers. J. Weaver, S. Melvin, A. Summers, C. Sanders. Row 2: C. Wyatt, A. Hays, C. Williams, K. Crawford, J. Nicholson, C. Smith, L. Clark. K. Adams, S. Griffith, A. McPhail, Mrs. Johnson. Row 3: B. Young, L. Day, T. Orr, C. Burton, M. Taylor, N. McClellan, A. Green, D. Murphy, K. Spaven, K. Ford, L. Ray. Row 4: D. Fisher, C. Hogan, T. Davis, M. Richey, A. Darnell. K. Levanti, J. Dodd, T. Biggs, S. Grimes, P. Callone, V. York, E. Nangle. Row 5: L. Jones, M. Leek, M. Pritchard, M. Karoski, H. Bohn, C. Varis, J. Henson, S. Orr, S. Steinmetz, H. Strain, L. Galbraith, A. Lefler, B. Nolen. 85ART CIRCLE — Row 1: Mr. T. Murphy, D. Bratcher, L. Nolen, T. Julian, S. Woolard, T. Doty, T. Rumsey. Row 2: B. Pohl, S. Elliot, M. Cardwell, N. Osterhout, P. Hawkins, T. McCoy, H. MofTet, B. Crawford. Row 3: S. Griffith, E. Nanglc, J. Allen, C. Weaver, H. Walthes, S. Mills, J. Masters, A. Green. T. Rumsey fixes an art exhibit for the lower hall. T. Rumsey, Mr. Hungate, and Mr. Murphy work on an art display. 86FTA — Row 1: C. Sanders, B. Fisher, K. Arview, R. Frazier, B. Young, M. Glodich, T. Jacobs, S. Melvin, C. Lee. Row 2: Mrs. Dean, K. Levanti, M. Ricci, M. Dunning, M. McElwrath, S. McLain, C. Smith, J. Nicholson, P. Kirkman, J. Tango. Row 3: Mrs. Blackwood, M. Dragovich, S. Rice, B. Glodich, L. Downs, C. Vans, P. Pugh, C. Hogan, T. Davis, M. Taylor, K. Thomas. 87VOCATIONAL AUTO MECHANICS — Row 1: D. McElmurry, B. Weakly. Row 2: J. Davis, C. Williams, K. Craig, C. Richerson, C. Hurte, E. Marks, T. Austin, S. Volanski, Mr. Weakly. VOCATIONAL AUTO MECHANICS — Row 1: D. Jones, M. Bright, C. Ogden, R. Ncibch, S. Boren, D. Gass, R. DeGroof, Mr. Weakly, F. Jones. 88BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: R. King, D. Russell. Row 2: B. Hartley, S. Hively, J. Hcmminger. Row 3: T Ruzich, T. McDaniel, R. Weaver, Mr. Reach, V. Stewart. BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: B. Dorris, T. Engram. Row 2: Mr. Reach, B. Sloan, C. Coleman, J. Melvin, C. Kelton, B. Linsley, T. Taylor, J. Melvin. 89MACHINE SHOP — Row 1: J. Brown, E. Price, C. McElyea. Row 2: R. DeGroof, B. Linsley, C. Pugh, D. Gass, T. Taylor, G. Sum-mers, A. Kaminski, Mr. Pasko. ADVANCED ELECTRICITY — Row 1: K. Craig, T. Morthland, D. Sevenski, S. Schram, N. Hill, T. Sipes, S. Roan, R. Crawford. Row 2: T. Tharp, D. Lewis, C. Williams, J. Davis, S. Young, P. McPhail, Mr. Sipes. 90DRAFTING IV — Row I: C. Staten, C. Kelton, T. Sipes, N. Hill, Mr. Fiori. Row 2: K. Wagner, C. Coleman, D. Galli, J. Melvin, S. Allen. ADVANCED WELDING — Row 1: D. Bean, D. Sanders, R. Wilkerson, S. Griffith, J. Calcaterra, V. Doty, J. Nicholas. Row 2: C. McElyea, G. Sims, M. Stanislawski, L. Veteto, S. Boren, J. Smith, D. Steinberger, M. Kelley, J. Griffin, Mr. Hobbs. Row 3: C. Pugh, C. Ogden, R. DeGroof. 91 ELECTRONICS III — Row 1: J. Austin, J. Karnes, S. Harriss, T. Cummings, M. Wicker, R. Nelson. Row 2: L. VanZandt, T. Weaver, G. Johnston, M. Chance, Mr. Sipes. PRINCIPLES OF TECHNOLOGY — Row 1: A. Woods, D. Sevenski, T. Sipes, T. Morthland. N. Hill, S. Schram, M. McCormick. Row 2: R. Crawford, T. Tharp, C. Pugh, R. Nelson, T. Arview, Mr. Sipes. Row 3: K. Craig, J. Davis, C. Williams, P. McPhail, S. Roan, D. Lewis, S. Young. 92FFA — Row I: A. Podner. J. Griffin, M. Murphy, J. Karnes, S. Winget. Row 2: B. Graves. S. Gass, R. Owsley, E. Arview. Mr. Hobbs. M. Wilson. H. Neibch. A. Burke. M. Arview. FHA — Row I: Mrs. Wells, M. Browning, B. Crowder, T. Jacobs, T. Doty, L. Lawrence, S. Hobbs, Mrs. Rich. Row 2: K. Stamslawski, L. Walters, C. Ambos, J. Kondritz, A. Lintner. N. Frazier. Row 3: M. Glodich, V. Browning. L. Clark, T. Martin, J. Weaver, T. Nolen, E. Norman, A. Hays. P. Calonne. Row 4: L. Lucas, K. Richerson, S. Harrigan, J. Coleman, J. Willis, L. Caldwell, J. Sneddon. S. Griffith, M. Arview. Row 5: V. Lawrence, P. Browning, M. Walton, C. McPhail, H. Bohn, P. Murphy, D. Lamplcy, S. Wicker, B. Hawkins, A. Pyles. 93YOUTH BOARD — Row 1: M. McElwrath, M. Glodich, B. Glodich, T. Filkins, H. Walthes. Row 2: Mr. Murphy, P. Murphy, C. Hawkins, C. McPhail. Row 3: M. McPhail, R. Burke, M. Wicker. OFFICER WORKERS — Row 1: C. Stilley, T. Carter, M. LingJe, M. Boner, J. Wall, K. Crawford, T. Jacobs, L. Lucas, D. Herbert. Row 2: G. Griffith, L. Day, L. Menees, J. Wallace, A. Pyles, P. Fitzgerald, T. Wall, L. Patterson, L. Lewis. Row 3: L. Galbraith, T. Biggs. M. Watson, M. Pappas, S. Orr, J. LaMar, S. Steinmetz, P. Murphy, K. Lintner. L. Lawrence, M. Dawson. Row 4: A. Henson, S. Mitchell, J. Calcaterra, C. Gipson, B Neville, P. McPhail, S. Rice, P. Pugh, H. Walthes, H. Strain. 94ALPHA — Row I: A. Willmore, T. Clark, J. Murray, L. Jude. A. Paulk. J. Chismar, C. Lee, D. Sakonyi. L. Swarthout. J. Smith. Row 2: Mrs. Hcllcny, M. McElwrath. S. Harriss, M. Johnson, M. McPhail, M. Pappas, R. Mathis. Row 3: B. Hays. R. Aiwa. B. Reach. M. Mof-fct. D. Davis, D. Summers. G. Russell, J. Willis, A. Willmore. B. Kondritz. M. Wicker. ALPHA stands for Adolescents Learning Positive Health Alternatives. The purpose of the group is to provide information on substances and substance abuse to the Freshman class. This is done through the effort of the Alpha members. Each member must give a speech on substances and their abuse to a Freshman class. The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Helleny. She puts in many hours in order to organize the club and its many activities. Alpha also sponsors substance free activities for the entire high school. The Alpha Leaders hope that by their examples of being substance free, their peers will follow their example. The Alpha Leaders arc very productive members of the high school community. OFFICERS — T. Clark. Sec., R. Mathis. Pres.. A. Willmore. V. Pres. 95STUDENT COUNCIL — Row 1: E. Norman, T. Mondino, A. Essick, M. Clover, L. Fichtel, J. Graskewicz, A. Woods. Row 2: D. Murphy, K. Spaven, K. Ford, K. Lintner, J. Smith, P. Fitzgerald. L. Lucas. Row 3: H. Huite, A. Woods. M. Pappas, C. Hogan. B. Foster, B. Glodich, P. Murphy. M. Donkin. Row 4: D. Odle, B. Knight, L. Galbraith, S. Steinmetz, D. Davis, J. LaMar, B. J. Reach. J. Willis. A. Woods, Sec., K. Lintner, Treas., P. Murphy, Pres., B. Glodich, V. Pres. Student Council is an organization which has elected students who represent their classes and the student body. The members stay busy all year because of the council’s involvement in FCHS activities. The council’s main job is organizing, coorganizing, and paying for the Homecoming events. Besides the Coronation, Sock Hop, Bon Fire-Snake Dance, and Homecoming Dance, this year’s Homecoming events included the introduction of a well-received affair, the Homecoming Variety Show. The council serves the community with personal interest every year with the adoption of a family for Christmas. The council provides gifts for the family and a Christmas dinner. Student Council is an organization which is the link between the students and the administration. Through the Student Council and with the help of their sponsor Ms. Delap, the council is able to provide a voice for the opinions of the students at FCHS. 96NURSING I — Row 1: C. Sanders, A. Summers, J. Weaver, C. Williams, R. Frazier, M. Gutierrez. Row 2: H. Mitchell, T. Wagner, T. Dover, M. Browning, T. Orr, L. Day, Mrs. York. Row 3: K. Thomas, D. Fisher, C. Bessette, C. Varis, H. Strain, C. Groves. B. McCarty represents all the hard work and long hours the cooks put in at FCHS. CAFETERIA CLUB — B. McCarty, K. Murphy, M. Vaughn. 97SPEECH TEAM — Row 1: B. Fisher, K. Crawford, M. Clover, C. Williams, B. Pohl, R. Davis, T. Clark. Row 2: J. Willis, K. KJimowicz, N. McClellan, A. Scrivner, M. McElwrath, M. Partak, P. Calonne, Mr. Ielase. Row 2: A. Fries, B. Foster, J. Willis, M. Donkin, T. Story, D. Odle, S. Spicer, M. Christian. ADVANCED ART — Row 1: R. Vaughn, M. Stanislawski, T. Julian, L. Nolen, T. Rumsey, C. Yocum, S. Woolard. Row 2: Mr. Murphy, T. Hermetz, T. Sommers, C. Wharton, A. Lee, A. Tanner, S. Griffith, K. Moffett, A. Green, Mr. Hungate. Row 3: R. Knight, J. Filkins, M. Moschino, R. Burke, S. Ellis, M. McPhail, H. Walthes, J. Crabtree. 98HONOR SOCIETY — Row I: L. Swarthout, J. Smith, P. Fitzgerald, S. McLain, J. Stitely, N. Hill, M. Lawrence, B. Westell, A. Woods, Mrs. Perr. Row 2: B. Hays, J. Marvel, M. McPhail, M. Watson, D. Sakonyi, B. Kondritz, A. Vaughn, C. Gipson. T. Patton, A. Willmore. Row 3: Mr. lelase, M. Wallace, T. Morthland, B. Neville, A. Batts, D. Lewis, T. Palasky, P. McPhail, D. Summers, S. Young, T. McDaniel. S. Orr and S. Steinmetz pause for a quick picture before initiation continues. Members of Advanced Electronics joke around before class begins. 99POWDERPUFF SOPH. SENIOR — Row 1: C. Sanders, K. Crawford, K. Rioux, A. Darnell, M. Boner, T. Jacobs, P. Murphy. Row 2: S. Woolard, S. Price, T. Kelton, C. Wyatt, L. Jones, B. Glodich, D. Lee, C. Williams, C. Hood, C. Williams, M. Lingle, J. Anderson. Row 3: C. Gipson. M. Ricci, S. Steinmetz, T. Biggs, S. Orr, L. Galbraith, B. Young. nrf POWDERPUFF FR. JUNIOR — Row 1: A. Ledbetter, L. Downs, A. Paulk, T. Filkins, M. Taylor, L. Patterson, P. Calonnc. Row 2: L. Fichtcl, M. Frye, B. Pohl, J. Williams, T. Davis, D. Herbert, C. McPhail, J. Murray. Row 3: L. Smothers, C. Burton, N. McClellan, A. Lintncr, C. Hogan, S. Melvin. 100VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: K. Golis, T. Patton, C. Gipson, L. Fichtcl. Row 2: A. Vaughn, K. Barnes, A. Woods, K. Lintner. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row I: S. Melvin, B. Young, M. Ricci, T. Biggs. L. Smothers. Row 2: S. Steinmetz, S. Orr. Row 3: C. Burton, N. McClellan, L. Galbraith. C. Hogan. A. Lintner. 101FCHS BAND — Row 1: L. Menees, C. Calcaterra, B. Young, J. Kondritz, R. Davis, C. Karch, S. Gass, C. Williams, L. Caldwell, A. Scobby, L. Swarthout, A. Darnell. Row 2: L. Gentry, C. Williams, L. Odle, J. Smith, J. Sanders, R. Grohler, K. Thomas, K. Richerson, G. Griffith, B. Watkins. Row 3: K. McElyea, B. Watkins, L. Sanders, R. Bennett, N. McClellan, J. Sword, J. Willis, S. Willmore, D. Odle, A. Butler. S. Mitchell, A. Fries. Row 4: J. Mitchell, S. Spicer, J. Stitley, B. Hays, D. Sanders, C. Griffin, T. Austin, J. Williams. R. Wilkerson, M. Watson, D. Sakonyi, C. Wyatt, Mr. McHaney. BAND COUNCIL— Row I: A. Darnell, Libr., L. Menees, V. Pres. Row 2: L. Swarthout, Libr., C. Williams, Seer., S. Willmore, Pres., D. Sakonyi, Treas., C. Williams, Libr., A. Scobby, Libr. 102FLAG CORPS — Row 1: S. Spicer, C. Wyatt, K. McElyea. Row 2: J. Mitchell. One of the busiest organizations at F.C.H.S. is the band. This school year the band participated in four field shows, played for all home football and basketball games, marched in five parades and played for the Homecoming coronation. They also played for all pep rallies, and presented a Christmas and 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 Once Upon A Mattress, Fiddler On The Roof, and the Messiah. They also performed at this year’s graduation ceremonies. The F.C.H.S. Music Department is an active and integral part of our school and community. 103 DRUM MAJOR AND DRUM MAJORETTE — A. Darnell, L. Menees.MIXED CHORUS — Row 1: T. Clark, T. Filkins, C. Williams, L. Powlcss, B. Hays, S. Ellis, G. Russell, A. Willmorc, L. Menees, B. Young. Row 2: C. Sanders, M. Richey, K. McElyea, R. Thomas, R. Aiwa, J. Jones, M. Wallace, D. Sanders, M. Dawson, C. West. Row 3: T. Rumscy, K. Levanti, C. Heyder, D. Filkins, B. Snyder, P. Warren, S. Wicker, A. Pyles, N. Frazier. Row 4: M. Whobrey, A. Newman. S. Spicer, J. Mitchell, M. McElwrath, A. Darnell, S. Willmore, H. Mitchell, A. Massey, L. Beaslv, Mr. McHaney. OFFICERS — Row 1: J. Filkins, Treas., M. Richey, Libr. Row 2: S. Willmorc, Pres., L. Menees, V. Pres. S. Ellis and C. West sing “The Sweetheart of Frankfort High" to the 1986-87 Homecoming Queen. 104SWING C HOIR — Row I: T. Clark, B. Young. Row 2: A. Willmore, J. Filkins, M. Wallace. Row 3: K. McElyea, G. Russell. R Aiwa, L. Menees. Row 4: R. Thomas, L. Powlcss, B. Hays. Row 5: C. West, C. Williams. Row 6: S. Ellis. C. W illiams, member of the Swing Choir, sings “This One's For You" at the 1986-87 Homecoming Coronation. SWING CHOIR OFFICERS — C. Wiliams. Pres., B. Young, Treas., L. Powless. Libr., L. Menees, V. Pres.. R. Aiwa, Sec. 105THESPIANS Row 1: Mr. Iclasc, B. Young, B. Pohl, L. Menees, M. Christian, M. McEIwrath, L. Powless, J. Jones, Mrs. Marlow. Row 2: J. Filkins, B. Fisher, C. Williams, K. Levanti, A. Fries, R. Thomas, C. Heyder, M. Richey, K. McElyea, T. Clark. Row 3: Mr. McHaney, C. Williams, A. Scrivncr, K. Klimowicz, V. Simpson, C. Carter, T. Story, S. Spicer, B. Knight, E. Dalton, B. Mitchell, R. Davis. MUSIC AL THEATER OFFICERS — Row I: L. Menees, Pres., C. Williams, V. Pres. Row 2: T. Clark, Sec., B. Mitchell, Sgt. at Arms, C. Williams, Treas. BEGINNER’S BAND — Row 1: B. Hays. B. Sword, B. Mitchell. Row 2: S. Ellis, V. Doty, J. Holly. 106FLUTES — L. Swarthout, J. Kondritz, C. Karch, L. Caldwell, J. Willis, A. Butler. SAXOPHONES — Row 1: C. Calcaterra, J. Smith. Row 2: S. Mitchell, L. Odle, J. Sanders. Row 3: M. Watson, M. Buffington, R. Bennett. DRUMS — Row 1: D. Sanders, C. Williams, B. Hays. Row 2: J. Stitely. 107MAUKJOAL — Row I: R Thomas, B. Young, B. Hays, A. Blades. L. Powless, C. West. Row 2: T. Clark. A Willmore J Filkins S Ellis, K. McElyea. Row 3: M. Wallace, L. Mcnccs, R. Aiwa, C. Williams, G. Russell. Mr. McHaney directs “The Homecoming Medley” during the 1986-87 Homecoming Coronation. 108This year, athletics at FCHS brought Red-bird Fever to FCHS. The athletic endeavors won the respect and admiration of our Community. They brought pride not only to themselves but also to our school. Fans dressed in scarlet piled the stands in cities as far away as St. Louis and made one proud to be a Redbird fan. Hard work, practice, and sacrifice were all common values of Redbird athletics. 109 ATHLETICSVARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Row I: A. Willmore, J. Ledbetter, R. Mathis, A. Willmore, T. Miller, D. Cloe, D. Giacone, C. Staten, M. Moffett, D. Broy, M. Pappas. Row 2: T. Adkins, T. Sipes, J. Willis, S. Engler, B. Poole, J. Marvel, J. Forgatch, B. Hartley, S. Allen, Mgr. M. McElwrath. Row 3: P. McPhail, D. Gass, T. McDaniel, S. Hively, M. Chance, K. Blades, J. Melvin, J. Melvin, C. Richerson, J. Johnson. Row 4: Coach Warren, R. Crawford, S. Mocaby, J. Lingle, T. Weaver, D. Davis. B. J. Reach, B. Weakly, D. Summers, S. Young, Coach Reach. The 1986-87 Redbird Varsity Football team made history by becoming the first West Frankfort team to quality for the class Football Playoffs. The Redbirds had a 9-3 season. Head coach Gary Warren said, “Becaus of their posi mental attitude, determination, intelligence] cohesiveness as a group, these young men proved that an adverse situation (gaping 0-9 in 1985) can be turnjfl completely around. They are not only wiiijfcrs on tnc playing field but they will continue to be winners as contributing members of society. That is what sports should be all aboutM The team finished sfcond in the South Seven. the Redbirds defeated lie before losing to Du-e the state runner-ups. 1986 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Redbirds Opponents 20 DuQuoin 18 12 Centralia 6 ( 1 Ml. Vernon 0 6 Harrisburg 16 43 Benton 15 12 Herrin 7 21 Carbondalc 10 8 Marion V22 37 Johnsion City 0 28 Eldorado 1 W 28 Nashville 13 14 DuQuoin 24 L.IUV7IUUU aiiu Quoin w ho we son restores the pride and win-lo th Frankfort football (OT) 110TEAM CAPTAIN — Senior Quarterback Brad Poole Senior End John Melvin Senior Wide Receiver Anut Willmorc Senior Flanker Bill Hartley TEAM CAPTAIN — Senior Tailback Trent Miller Senior Fullback Steve Young Senior Guard Tony Sipes Senior Cornerback Stacy Allen Senior Guard Dwayne Summers Senior Wide Receiver Rick Mathis Senior End John Johnson Senior Tackle Jeff Marvel All Conference All South All StateSenior Guard Tim McDainel Senior Center Don Gass Senior Tackle Chuck Richerson Senior Tackle Pat McPhail Senior Linebacker Jim Melvin Senior Tackle Ron Crawford Senior Wide Receiver Chris Staten All Conference 112JUNIOR BACKS — Row I: A. Willmore, M. Pappas. Row 2: D. Broy, D. Cloe, S. Engler. JUNIOR LINEMEN — Row 1: J. Willis, D. Giacone. T. Adkins, K. Blades. Row 2: M. Moffett, S. Mocaby, J. Lingle, M. Chance. S. Young strives for the extra yard. JUNIOR RECEIVERS — Row 1: T. Weaver, D. Davis. Row 2: B. Reach, B. Weakly. 113SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM — Row 1: B. Helfrich, J. Easley, J. Gass, A. Wolfe, K. Cloe, J. Overturf, G. Melvin, J. McElyea. Row 2: G. Henderson, J. McLain, M. Peters, E. Nanglc, M. Harris, E. Warren, J. Melvin. H. Moffett. Row 3: Coach Dziadus, D. Filkins, D. Fort, P. Humphrey, J. Henson, A. Darnell, Coach Taylor, A. Taylor. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL TEAM — Row I: Coach Eader. M. Reed. B. Lawrence, J. Allen. Coach Hungate. Row 2: L. Hammers. C Spence. J. McCrecry. C. Russell. J. Ford. E. Logsdon. Row 3: B. Johnson, M. Staten. B. Nolen, J. Willis. S. Jcnt, J. Summers. J. Mohr-ing, D. Cutter. Row 4: C. Hanna, M. Buffington, D. Stowers, B. Foster. D. Odle. P. Warren. J. Maddox. C . Romack. 114VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES — Head Varsity Coach Gary Warren, Offensive Coordinator Bob Sloan, Defense Coordinator John Reach Hard Work and Dedication Pay Off CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — M. McPhail, R. Mathis, S. James, S. Grimes, C. Griffin. 115JUNIOR VARSITY GOLF TEAM — T. Julian, S. Mason, S. Willmore, L. Ogden, T. Sigler, B. Whittington, D. Fichtel, T. Aaron, Coach Karoski. 116Senior Golfer Dave Galli Senior Golfer David Lewis Senior Golfer Kevin Bradley The golf team enjoyed another tremendous season. The Redbirds were led by seniors David Lewis, Dave Galli, Kevin Bradley, Mike Lucas, and Tim Morthland. The golfers were second in the Pinckneyville Invitational Tournament and first at the Mascoutah Classic. They tied for first place in the regional at Mascoutah. On their home course, the Redbirds placed first of 16 teams. Dave Lewis and Kevin Bradley led Frankfort, finishing in a three way tie to advance to the sectional tournament at the St. Clair Country Club in Bellville. In the sectional, Dave Galli was the only Redbird to advance to the state tournament. The three senior members of the team named to the Southern Illinois coaches “All South” golf team were Tim Morthland, Dave Galli, and Kevin Bradley. Senior Golfer Tim Morthland Senior Golfer Mike Lucas 117GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: Asst. Coach B. Kondritz, M. Dragovich, T. Stoner, T. Filkins, L. Downs, J. Williams, K. Caraway, B. Stodghill, B. Westell, B. Pohl, Coach Murphy. Row 2: E. GofT, K. Rioux, A. Paulk. GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Sitting: M. Taylor, J. Weaver. Row 1: Asst. Coach B. Kondritz, H. Huite, C. Hyder, M. Leek, H. Walthcs, M. Walton, J. Williams, S. Rice, S. Mitchell, D. Lee, S. Wicker, B. Watkins, Coach Murphy. Row 2: k. Crawford, J. Anderson, K. Rioux. 118SENIOR — K. Caraway SENIOR — B. Stodghill The 1986-87 girls Volleyball team found their season very trying. This year’s team headed by coach Tim Murphy was led by Seniors K. Caraway, B. Westell, B. Stodghill. The Lady Rcdbirds played with injuries and were disrupted by the transition to AA competition but went on to a 9-14 record. Coach Murphy, when asked about his team replied, “United we stand; divided we fall.” K. Crawford sets the ball for a teammate. SENIOR — B. Westell Coach T. Murphy and the Lady Redbirds plan a strategy for the upcoming match. 119120 D. Galli keeps his eye on the ball. Redbirds practice as they play — enthusiastically. The 1986 football team has become commonly known as "The Franklin County Wrecking Crew. E. Hungate gives R. Mathis a “High Five.’ The volleyball squads did everything with class.Redbird kickoff team sprints down the field with fire in their eyes. T. McDaniel congratulates P. McPhail on his fine offensive line play. 121H A.KSiI-, |BAv TB LLJEAM T Ro J.: K Bradley; M®r • M- Pappas- J- Henson, T. Morthland, S. Cima, B. J. Reach, B. Kon-dritz. K. floe, M. Moffett; I rainer. Row 2: Coach Butler, Coach Dziadus, D. Summers, D. Lewis, G. Johnston. T. Palasky, T. Weaver D. Davis. M. Johnson. Coach Toney, Head Coach Lee. 1987 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Redbirds 56 Eldorado Opponents 42 35 Herrin 46 40 Marion 53 43 Centralia 38 44 Venice 59 53 Mount Vernon 49 55 Harrisburg 50 57 Springfield 45 40 Marion 42 58 Carbondale 45 59 Cairo 58 57 Benton 49 38 Carbondale 49 57 Meridian 43 59 Marion 49 55 Carlyle 48 45 Eldorado 31 55 Flora 63 43 Centralia 38 45 Mount Vernon 53 73 Harrisburg 45 67 Benton 53 35 Herrin 41 57 DuQuoin 48 24 Marion 25 50 Carbondale 48 36 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Benton 63Dwayne Summers Tom Palasky David Lewis Senior Forward Senior Forward Senior Guard The 1986-87 boys basketball team enjoyed a fine season with a record of 17-9 heading into the regional tournament. Some of the accomplishments of the team were placing 3rd in the Carbondale Holiday Tournament, finishing 2nd in the 1st annual Mid Winter Classic, and finishing 2nd in the South Seven conference. The team was led by strong seniors Tom Palasky, Dwayne Summers, Dave Lewis, Tim Morthland, and Brent Kondritz. The Redbirds carried on the great pride and tradition that the program has brought in the past to the town of West Frankfort. Head Varsity coach David Lee said about this team, “They have made us proud. Thanks go to everyone who helped make the season an enjoyable experience.” For his team he said these words, “Through your efforts, commitments, and hard work, you have trained your minds along with your bodies, you have grown in every part of your lives.” Tim Morthland Senior Guard Brent Kondritz Senior Guard 123JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL — Row 1: A. Darnell, D. Sanders, J. Calcaterra, C. Lemmon, A. Woods, G. Melvin. Row 2: Coach Dziadus, J. Henson, B. Reach, S. Cima, T. Weaver, D. Davis, M. Pappas, Coach Butler. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: D. Sanders, J. Overturf, G. Melvin, A. Woods. Row 2: J. Dodd, A. Darnell, C. Lemmon, J. Calcaterra, D. Filkins, Coach Butler. 124FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: J. Ford, J. McCrecry, A. Burke, P. Moake, M. Burke, M. Arview, J. Allen. Row 2: D. Pearson, J. Palasky, J. Summers, G. Palasky. D. Ellis, D. Shelton, C. Spence, Coach Toney. Coach Lee calmly instructs his team during a pressure packed game.GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. — M. Smothers, I. Stanley, K. Rioux, C. Hood, K. Crawford, B. Pohl, R. Sanders. Row 2: Coach Sipes, M. Taylor, D. Lee, J. Williams, J. Orr, T. Filkins, T. Stoner, Coach Moschino. GIRLS’ JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. — M. Smothers. C. Lee, K. Rioux, Crawford. Row 2: Coach Moschino, I. Stanley, R. Sanders, J. Orr, A. McPhail, Coach Sipes. 126VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row I: B. Hclfrich, B. Wall, A. Willmorc, R. Gardner, M. Peters, S. James. Row 2: T. Miller B Hartley, S. Roan, H. Ncibch, M. Chance, M. Harriss, T. Hoppers. 128 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row 1: A. Podnar, L. Hammers, C. Russell, S. James, B. Nolen, B. Crawford, H. Moffett. Row 2: E. Westray, P. Warren, C. Mueller, H. Neibch, J. Maddox. M. Harriss, J. McElyea, A. Wolfe, M. Peters.SENIOR WRESTLER — Scott Roan SENIOR WRESTLER — Bill Hartley 1291986 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row I: D. McElmurrv. B. Sloan. D. Broy. Mgr. M. McElwrath. M. Pappas, K. Cloc, M. Renner. R. Mathis, J. McLain. Row 2: M. Cloe. D. Cloe. B. J. Reach. T. Sipes. S. Staten. A. Willmorc. M. McPhail. R. Mathis. G. Melvin. Row 3: Coach Warren. J. Melvin. S. Cima. M. Johnson. T. Palasky. G. Johnston. R. Burke. D. Summers, S. Allen, Coach Reach. V 1986 JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. M. McElwrath, J. Maragni, S. James, K. Cloe, M. Pappas, S. Harriss, D. Cloe, M. Renner, B. Dorris, B. Helfrich. Row 2: M. Cloe, J. Karnes, J. McLain, J. Dodd, D. McElmurry, D. Broy, S. Grimes, J. Over-turf, A. Willmorc, R. Mathis. Row 3: Coach Warren, G. Melvin, J. Willis, S. Mocaby, J. Thorpe, S. Cima, G. Johnston, B. J. Reach, M. Johnson, R. Burke, D. Sanders, H. Moffett, Coach Reach. 1301986 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. C. West. R. Mathis, J. Forgatch, C. Morganthaler, A. Wolfe, Mgr. T. Thomas. Row 2: T. Morthland. C. Raubach, M. Periman, J. Henson, M. Wallace, S. Young, R. Aiwa. Row 3: B. Nevillel, M. Henson, C. Snyder, G. Johnston, T. Palasky, A. Fiori, J. Melvin, Coach Fiori. 131 1986 GIRL’S SOFTBALL TEAM — Row 1: K. Rioux, B. J. Pohl, K. Crawford, M. Dragovich. Mgr. A. Sullivan. Row 2: A. Pesselato, C. Hood, T. Biggs, M. Cardwell, R. Sanders, T. Filkins, T. Stoner, B. Westell. Row 3: Coach Hopkins, A. Lefler, A. Lee, M. Jent, B. Stodghill, S. Steinmctz, H. Strain, D. Lee, Asst. Coach Robinson.Mr. Gene Ernest, a teacher at FCHS for 25 years and currently Athletic Director, is retiring from the field of education at the end of the 1986-87 school year. During his years at FCHS, he taught physical education and coached basketball, football, and track. Mr. Ernest has been Athletic Director since the year 1985. 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OAK Kenneth Tim Dorris Dorris WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 Telephone Neal 937-4562 Wilson 141COMMUNITY BANK OF WEST FRANKFORT ‘The Community Minded Bank” — 24 Hours A Day Member F.D.I.C. PERRY ELECTRONICS SERVICE LES’ STANDARD 231 W. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT 937-9097 1204 W. OAK 932-6580 COME SEE OUR NEW LINE OF VIDEO MOVIES AND SATELLITE SYSTEMS. WE SERVICE ALL BRANDS OF STEREO AND VCR'S. GET INTO THE COMPLETE CAR CARE and AUTOMATIC CAR WASH REDBIRD SPIRIT GET INTO WE BACK THE REDBIRDS PIZZA INN INTERIORS 311-17 E. MAIN STREET TELEPHONE (618) 932-3265 WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896-0009 QUALITY FURNITURE, CARPET, CUSTOM DRAPERIES and BEDSPREADS, WALLPAPER, ACCESSORIES Pizza inn 705 W. Main West Frankfort 932-3173 LON’S BARBER SHOP HAIRSTYLING RAZOR CUTS HAIR REPLACEMENTS GRIFFIN’S HEIGHTS BAKERY 1802 E. MAIN ST. TWO BARBERS WEST FRANKFORT. IL 62896Visit your nearby Citicorp Savings office soon for a complete range of financial services. West Frankfort: 102 N Jefferson St 1937-2491 CITICORP Q SAVINGS Main Office: Dearborn and Madison Chicago 1-(312) 977-5000. And other convenient offices statewide « 1984 Citicorp Savings ot Illinois a Federal Savings and Loan Association Memoer Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Lacvfs 404 E. MAIN STREET WEST FRANKFORT ILLINOIS 62896 TELEPHONE (618)937-4771 Taste and Imagination for Every Occasion WATSON’S JEWELERS 128 EAST MAIN STREET WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 932-2210 STOTLAR-HERRIN LUMBER COMPANY 102 E. OAK WEST FRANKFORT DAN WELLS (618)932-2513 MANAGER (618)937-2800 YADRO AUTO PARTS “WE MAKE DUALS” 144RAUBACH VIDEO DEMARETTI BUICK Overnight VCR Rental VCRs Rent to Own Movie Rental WOULDN’T YOU REALLY RATHER HAVE A BUICK? JOE DEMARETTI 218 E. Main West Frankfort, IL 105 W. POPLAR West Frankfort 932-3419 The Bank of “YOUR FRIENDLY BANK” OPEN 9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY OPEN 9:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. 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MD Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howard Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Dr. Steve Leek, DC Don Lucas, Attorney-at-Law Russell Magnavox Dr. Alan Nolen, DC Dr. U. P. Reddy, MD Howard Smith, State Farm Insurance Southern Illinois Christian Service Camp, Ron Periman, Mgr. Willard Strain, National Business Consultant Dr. Don J. Webb, OD Dr. Earl Woods, DDS Dr. Tom Woods, DMS Wright’s Radio ShackThe Daily American OUR HOME TOWN ADVANTAGE 115 S. EMMA WEST FRANKFORT 932-2146 IMOGENE’S BEAUTY SHOP OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT LATEST FASHIONS MATRIX LANGE PRODUCTS 606 E. ST. LOUIS 937-4716 937-2380 J. W. SIMMONS STONE FUNERAL HOME 1201 EAST POPLAR WEST FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS 932-2726 BILL CHARLIE’S UNOCAL LOGAN AND OAK STS. 937-4363 WEST FRANKFORTHAMMERS SONS’TIRES P°OLSHACK 330 E. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT. IL 2•OS. LOGAN WEST FRANKFORT 937-9035 TAYLOR FORD COME TO: 410 WEST MAIN IN WEST FRANKFORT Ffj 932-2237 1 rut!NG doughboy FOOLS ME original above ('Round pool QconVERSE SCHOOL TRANSFERS WHERE BUYING A CAR IS FUN! •30 E Ma ixTOM SCREEN PRINTING WfstId (618)932-3483 FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS 62896 DANNY VICKY BROY adidas aSKSTIGtk ASICS TIGER CORP ANITA’S FLOWERS GIFTS AND B A TRAVEL AGENCY WEST FRANKFORT. IL 62896 618-937-3526 152Conservation of energy will be an important part of your future. As your lifestyle changes and your use of energy service changes, we’ll be there to help you use it wisely. CINTRAL ILUNOim EES PUBLIC IIRVICI COMPANY people providing people with energy FRANK RUSSELL TRUCKING GOSS APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE • KITCHEN-AID • GENERAL ELECTRIC .WHIRLPOOL •SUBZERO .MAYTAG • RCA •MODERN-MAID • AMANA • JENN-AIR •DACOR .SHARP •TAPPER 400 W. MAIN .GIBSON 937-2609% Bio|e44iofial riianmatu ALAN RAGSDALE, R.Ph. JOYCE FOGLEMAN R.Ph. KAREN HARPOOL CAROLYN YOUNG PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 309 W. ST. LOUIS COMPLETE WEST FRANKFORT PRESCRIPTION 937-2416 SERVICERONANDPAM SMITH BRETT, RHONDA ALLEN GARY IRVIN’S STEAKHOUSE AND LOUNGE 214 E. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT 937-9074 MR. AND MRS. JAMES IRVIN YOUR HOSTS SERVING FRANKLIN COUNTY AREA FOR OVER 20 YEARS C. C. CASTLE “THE GAME ROOM” PARKER-REEDY FUNERAL HOME RAYMOND G. PARKER, JR. 604 E. MAIN 932-6500 155National Prescription Centers “GO GREYHOUND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US” Agent — EMILY MANIS 937-4860 HOURS 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 303 W. 8th St. TREECE DECORATING 126 E. Main BRIDAL REGISTRY GLASSWARE, SILVER, CHINA MARTEX, LINENS, and NORITAKE CHINA DENNIS R. JAMES, R.Ph 937-1119 West Frankfort DAIRY QUEEN Dairy Queen brazier,: 'HART HART, LAWYERS WILLIAM W. HART, JR. MURPHY C. HART RICHARD O. HART A. COURTNEY COX PAMELA S. LACEY QUALITY LEGAL SERVICE SINCE 1887 p.o.box 676 4 3 5-8 1 23 BENTON, ILLINOIS 602 WEST PUBLIC SQUARE 62812-0676 ARCHIONE ELECTRIC INC. “WE WANT AND APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS” PH.618-937-2973 West Frankfort, IL. MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS FREE ESTIMATES RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL -INDUSTRIAL WIRING CHECK OUR PRICES 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE KIM J. ARCHIONE, PRESIDENT and OWNER 156 HELEN’S FINE FROM REDBIRD FOODS FANS 5:00 a.m. — 8:00 p.m. 315 W. MAIN THE Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. TERRY HOPKINS HOME COOKED MEALS Steaks FAMILY Chops Chicken Homemade Pies S.I. VIDEO INC. THREE LOCATIONS: 102 W. MAIN — WEST FRANKFORT 101 N. PARK —HERRIN 108 E. MAIN — JOHNSTON CITY OVER 3000 TO CHOOSE FROM BEST SELECTION IN WEST FRANKFORT MUSIC DEPARTMENT WITH L.P.s, 45s, CASSETTES C.D.S ROCK COUNTRY PHONE: 932-2034 157 5s ss -aEXCEL FOODS WE SELL FOR LESS 1000 West Main West Frankfort, IL 932-3866 IN STORE BAKERY 932-3819 UNION FUNERAL SERVICE JOE SABOLO JIM RICHERSON Phone: 932-3333 West Frankfort TWIN MILLS TIMBER a„d TIE ALWAYS FLOWERS CO. HOURS 7:30-4:00 Mon.-Fri. 1200 N. Douglas Phone 932-3662 “SPECIAL THINGS FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE” ROUTE 2 MANAGER — ED LIGON Phone: 932-6565 158MIKE’S DRIVE-IN 1007 WEST MAIN rUNDSEYS ygASHICNS) (Lpit Z SMffi 1-WE BARjB-QUE Phone: 932-2564 Jw l Hours 10-8 P.M. BB.Q SANDWICHES i DlNNEHS DAU.Y Mon.-Sat. 937-c ( CATERING TOO.1 IhiSnI . . SMJUll EKS TWH WwfHAT Cti£4?t4 ifAT.ON W MAIN ftOSTON BUl|S BUDMARK OIL CARL VOLANSKI COMPANY INC. HEATING AND 204 E. OAK ST. WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 AIR CONDITIONING lOOO'AS. CHERRY ST. WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 A Phone: 937-1261 SALES AND SERVICEBILL GLODICH HONDA “5” Sons “2” Princesses 209-11 West Main West Frankfort, Illinois 62896 WATER PUMPS TRASH PUMPS LAWN MOWERS GARDEN TRACTORS ROTOTILLER OUTBOARDS MOTORCYCLES HONDA POWER EQUIPMENT GENERATORS WELDERS Phone: (618) 932-6313 or 932-6644 STYLEMASTERS HARRIS’ BRIGHT NEW STORE BRIGHT NEW LOOKS LADIES and Junior Wear West Frankfort, ILLINOIS We curl up and dye for you Hair Stylists: Kevin Cook Debbie Stanley Denise Basler 160M W LUMBER CO. INC. AND HOME CENTER We Accept Master Charge and Visa MURPHY ELECTRIC ■ RESIDENTIAL ■ COMMERCIAL ■ INDUSTRIAL ■ NEW HOMES ■ OIL FIELD MAINTENANCE ELECTRIFICATION ■ COMMERCIAL LIGHTING 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Free Estimates 937-4218 Gary Menees Phone 932-3511 301 S. Logan West Frankfort 212 E. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT McCORD’S MARKET 501 S. Logan St. West Frankfort, IL Phone 937-6146 7 AM-10 PM, 6 Days Closed Sundays Complete Line of Fresh Produce, Dairy, Frozen Food National Brand Groceries and Generics Our Specialties Fresh Meat, Deli Case “Special Orders are Welcome”D. MICHAEL ODUM CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. RIVA ATTORNEY-at-LAW 100 E. St. Louis WEST FRANKFORT, IL 115 E. Main West Frankfort, IL Business Phone 937-2404 “Repent and let each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins: and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” Congratulations Class of Acts 2:38 1987 West Frankfort BEAUTY CENTERS Owners: Bill Nancy Kelley Beauty Chateau 214 W. Main West Frankfort. IL Phone — 932-2653 Touch of Beauty 107 S. Emma West Frankfort, IL Phone: 932-6216 162KARNES REAL ESTATE Main and Logan St. WEST FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS 62896 GIBSON D. (DOUG) AND MARGARET KARNES BROKERS OFFICE Phone: 618-937-4029 Home Phone:618-932-6086 BANKRUPTCY: 618-937-2611 HOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY YOUR INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1925 EILEEN H. LUCAS ROY E. PATTON SPUNKY AND SUSAN PATTON 309 E. MAIN ST. WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 Phone:618-937-4000TERRY’S BARBER SHOP Tradition of Quality Since 1914 E. R. BROWN FURNITURE IT’S A GOOD TIME FOR THE GREAT TASTE CONGRATULATIONS 401 E. MAIN West Frankfort Pres. Warren E. Brown V. Pres. Magdalene Brown S.-Treas. J. Sloan Brown Locally Owned and Operated by John and Mary Moreland FREEDOM TRANSPORT and REPAIR STRIEGEL THOENNES KNOBLOCH CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 508 E. MAIN P.O. BOX 66 West Frankfort, IL 62896 Serving the trucking industry in Southern Illinois “Experience The Freedom” 618(937-6415) (937-4179) Rt. 37 S. West Frankfort (618) 937-2461 164TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 304 N. Sunnyslope Telephone —932-2866 The Rev. R. David Reynolds Pastor Serving West Frankfort Since 1835 WEST FRANKFORT HOMEOFTHE “REDBIRDS” Barker Pharmacy, Inc. BARKER REXALL DRUGS 121 East Main West Frankfort, IL 62896 Phone (618) 932-2714 EARL BUFFINGTON, R.PH. Owner 165BROWN ENTERPRISES ROBERT L. BROWN, JR. 1209 E. MAIN ST. — P.O. BOX 207 WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 MEMBER OF: ILLINOIS OIL AND GAS ASSOCIATION Phone: (618)937-6446 SLOAN’S GYMNASTIC SCHOOL Walk In —Tumble Out Home of the Southern Illinois Flyers 937-3136 932-2989 West Frankfort YOU SHOULD BE UNDER SUPER X PHARMACY CARE Please Check us for Your Pharmacy Needs. We fill All UNW Prescriptions West Frankfort Plaza 937-4623 HRS. Pharmacists 8:30-9:30 Mon.-Sun. Bonnie Hopkins 9-7 Sun. Dave Giacone2k Joint's (Church 4 West Frankfort, Illinois-mam Twain West Frankfort’s Hometown Boat Builder Three Generations of Unequaled Quality — Styling — Safety Performance — Value The World’s Best Boat Builders Salute THE CLASS OF 1987 P.O. Box 276 West Frankfort, IL 62896 MTC — 195 — Chosen by Popular Mechanics Magazines as 1 19 foot cuddy in industry 169WEAVER INSURANCE AGENCY 413 E. MAIN “GENERAL INS. AGY.” 937-1928 LOCATED IN DELAP REAL ESTATE BLDG. TIM BRENDA WEAVER DELAP REAL ESTATE “COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE” BROKERS DOROTHY BAGWALL SUSAN SQUIBB KAY WINTER 413 E. MAIN ST. 937-1203 TIM WEAVER OWNER-BROKER SALES NANCY HENSON BETSY IRBY MICKEY STAFKO BRENDA WEAVER TERRY WEAVER The Best In Baseball Cards ■ l-A GRASKEWICZ TRADING CARDS SPORTS MEMORABILIA lV 103 E. MAIN. P.O. BOX 265 WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 (618)937-6187 “GO REDBIRDS” CLASS OF’87 PAPER PLACE RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES Bookshop Cardshop Giftshop WEST FRANKFORT 932-2840 170Index Aaron, Tom — 12, 13, 58, 84, 116 Adams, Kellie — 85, 58 Adelsbcrger, Todd — 58 Adkins, Thomas — 36, 110, 113 Adkins, Tim — 48 Allen, Jody —58, 86, 114, 124 Allen, Stacy — 5, 7, 19, 91, 110, 111, 130 Aiwa, Radha — 19, 94, 108, 131, 104, 105 Always Flowers — 158 Ambos, Carol — 58, 93 Anderson, Janice — 85, 48, 100, 118 Anderson, Patrick — 48 Andrews, Robert — 48 Anita’s Flowers and B.A. Travel Agency — 152 Archione Electric Inc. — 156 Arview, Elva — 48,93 Arview, Karen — 36, 85, 87 Arview, Mike — 58, 93 Arview, Molly — 58, 93 Arview, Tim C. — 48, 92 Athletic Department — 152 Austin, John — 36, 92 Austin, Tom— 19, 88, 102 Bank of West Frankfort — 145 Baker, Bret — 58 Barker Rexall Drugs — 165 Barkley, Amy — 19 Barnes, Kim — 2, 19, 68, 78, 79, 101 Barnett, Sheri — 58 Barton, Laura — 48 Batterson, Dawn — 48 Batts, Alex — 19, 99 Batts, Mrs. Helen Mary — 2, 70, 78 Baudison, Debra — 58 Bayless, Amy— 58 Bean, Duane — 36, 91 Beasley, Lori — 19, 104 Beauty Chateau — 162 Beavers, Jason — 48 Bedokis, Mrs. Genelle — 70 Behn, Gerri — 45 Bejmovicz, Brian — 19 Bejmovicz, Mary — 19 Bencie, Scott — 58, 84 Bennett, Randy — 36, 107, 102 Bessette, Channon — 55, 97 Biggs, Richard — 66 Bi|gs, Tara — 85, 48,94, 100, 101, 131, Bill and Charles’ Unocal — 151 Blackwood, Mrs. Sheila — 70, 87 Blades, Ame — 36, 81,84, 108 Blades, Kevin —36, 110, 113 Blades, Jeff — 19 Blake, Mike —58 Boggs, Jason — 36 Bohn, Heather— 85, 58, 93 Bolte, Scott — 58 Boner, Michelle — 19, 94, 100 Booster Club— 166 Boren, Steve — 19, 88, 91 Boswell, Tony — 55 Bradley, Kevin — 20, 80, 116, 117, 122 Brannon, Angela — 58 Bratcher, Bart — 36 Bratcher, Deborah — 36, 86 Bright, Mark — 32, 88 Bromley, Michelle — 36 Brown Enterprises— 167 Brown, John — 36, 90 Brown, Mrs. Terri — 70 Brown, Vickie — 36, 93 Brown, W. Campbell — 136 Browning, Frank S. — 136 , Browning, Malinda — 48,93,97 Browning, Paula — 58, 93 Broy, Danny — 13, 36, 110, 113, 130 Broy, Mr. Dave — 66 Broy, David — 58 Budmark Oil — 159 Buffington, Matt— 58, 107, 114 Burke, Aaron — 58, 93, 124 Burke, Mike — 58, 124 Burke, Raymond — 36, 94,98, 130 Burton, Chrystal — 5, 7, 85, 58, 67, 100, 101 Bute, Don — 37 Butler, Amy — 48, 102, 107 Butler, Denny— 124, 122 Calcaterra, Jarrod — 48, 56, 91, 124 Calcaterra, Jena — 20, 64, 67, 85, 94 Caldwell, Leigh — 58, 93, 102, 107 Calonne, Pam — 58, 85, 93, 98, 100 Cameron, Cassie — 48, 84 Caraway, Krista — 20, 118, 119 Cardwell, Michelle — 37, 86, 131 Carter, Tyra — 48, 84, 94 C.C. Castle — 155 Chance, Keri — 20 Chance, Marcus — 37, 92, 110, 113, 128, 132 Chismar, Julie — 37, 95 Christian, Michelle— 58, 106 Church of God — 137 Cima, Steven — 37,85,122,124, 130 C.I.P.S. — 153 Citicorp Savings— 144 Clark, George Mr. — 70 Clark, Lisa —48, 81,84, 85,93 Clark, Tamara — 9, 37, 46, 84, 95, 98, 104, 105, 106, 108 Cloe, David — 37, 83, 84, 1 10, 113, 130 Cloe, Keith — 48, 66, 83, 114, 122, 130, 133, 134 Cloe, Matt — 130 Clover, Melanie — 20, 96,98 Clover, Russell Mr. — 70, 75, 80 Clubs and Organizations Advanced Art — 98 Advanced Electricity — 90 Advanced Welding — 91 Alpha — 95 Art Circle — 8, 86 Band — 102 Band Council — 102 Beginner Band — 106 Building Trades — 89 Cafeteria Club — 97 Chorus — M ixed — 104 Chorus, Mixed — Officers— 104 Drafting IV — 91 Drums — 107 Drum Major — 103 Electronics III — 92 FFA — 93 FHA — 93 Flag Corps— 103 Flutes — 107 FTA —87 Honor Society — 99 Key Club—83 Machine Shop — 90 Madrigals — 108 Musical Theatre Officers— 106 Nike Club —81 Nursing I — 81 Office Workers — 94 Pep Club —85 Powdcrpuff F J — 100 Powdcrpuff S S— 100 Principles of Technology — 92 Redbird Annual — 14, 78 Rcdbird Notes— 80 Saxophones— 107 Science Club— 84 Speech Team — 98 Student Council — 96 Sub Debs — 82 Swing Choir — 9, 105 Thespians — 106 Vocational Auto Mechanics — 88 Youth Board — 94 Clutts, Michael — 37, 83, 116 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. — 136 Coleman, Chris — 20, 89, 91 Coleman, Janell — 18, 20,93 Coleman-Rhoads— 148 Cooper, Spencer— 16, 58 Corley, Beth — 48 Costellia, Tim — 48 Cowan, Sean — 37, 83 Crabtree, Jerry — 20, 25,98 Craig, Kevin — 20,90, 92 Crawford, Brian — 58, 86, 128 Crawford, Kristin — 13, 48, 82, 85, 94, 97, 100, 118, 119, 126, 131 Crawford, Ronald — 7, 20, 90, 92, 110 Croslin, Shane — 20 Crouch, John Fredcr Crowder, Betsy — 37, 93 Crowder, Jason — 58 Culpepper, Vicki — 55 Cummings, Ted — 20, 92 Cunningham, Karen — 48 Cutter, Danny — 58, 114 Cutter, Jackie — 45 Dairy Queen — 156 Dalton, Emily— 58, 106 Dalton, Joanna — 21,85 Darnell, Andy — 48, 83, 102, 103, 104, 114, 124 Darnell, Audra — 48, 85, 100 Darnell Heating— 137 Davis, Dennon — 37, 83, 95, 96, 110, 113, 122, 124 Davis, Jacquelyn — 37 Davis, James — 21,88, 90,92 Davis, Rachel — 58, 98, 102, 106 Davis, Dr. Ronald — 66 Davis, Tynna — 58, 81,84, 85, 87, 100 Dawson, Michelle — 21, 45, 81, 84, 85, 94, 104 Day, Lori — 49, 85, 94,97 Dean, Mike — 8 Dean, Mrs. Donnette — 70, 87 DeGroof, Rene — 21, 88, 90, 91 Delap, Jessica — 8 Delap, Ms. — 70 Delap Real Estate — 170 Demaretti Buick— 145 Demattei, Mr. Larry — 71 Denham, Richie — 49 Dinn, Tom — 21, 24, 80, 84 Dodd, Donna — 32 Dodd, Jeremy — 49, 85, 124, 130 Donkin, Matt — 2, 49, 78, 79, 83, 96, 98 Dorris Construction — 141Index Dorris, Brian — 37, 89, 13 Dorris, John — 21,83 Dorris, Mrs. Mary Ellen — 71,81 Doty, Jay — 55 Doty, Tanya — 37, 86, 93 Doty, Vince— 55, 91 Dover, Tanya — 49, 97 Downs, Leslee — 37, 85, 87, 100, 118 Dragovich. Michelle — 38, 87, 116, 131 Drone, Melissa — 58 Dunning, Michelle — 87 Dziadus, Mr. Denny— 114, 122, 124 Eadcr, Mr. Jerry — 3, 64, 71,84 Easley, Jerry — 49, 114 Easley, Lisa — 21 Egcditch, Ron — 58 Elliott, Sara — 36, 38 Ellis, David — 59, 124 Ellis, Scott — 21,98, 104, 105, 108 Englcr, Steve — 38, 110, 113 Engram, Todd — 21, 89 E. R. Brown Furniture Co. — 164 Ernest, Mr. Gene — 71, 134 Erthall, Phillip —38 Essick, Amy — 38, 96 Excel Foods — 158 The Fashion Shop — 147 Fichtel, Derek — 49. 116 Fichtel, Laura — 5, 7, 13, 38, 66, 82, 85, 96, 100, 101 Filkins, Doug — 49, 104, 114, 124 Filkins, Jackie — 21, 105, 106, 108 Filkins, John — 49, 98 Filkins, Tracy — 38, 94, 100, 118, 126, 127, 131 Fiori, Andy — 131 Fiori, Mr. Dan — 46, 71,91, 131 Fiori, Mrs. Sandra — 71 First Baptist Church — 141 First Community Bank — 142 Fisher, Beth — 59, 87,98, 106 Fisher, Diann — 49, 85, 97 Fitzgerald. Pam — 2, 4, 7, 13, 21, 78, 79, 82, 84. 94, 96, 99 Fitzwater, Shane — 59 Fitzwater, Melanie — 49 Fletcher, David — 59 Foote. Charles — 49 Ford, Jimmy— 59, 114, 124 Ford, Kathy — 59,85,96 Forgatch,Jay —7,21, 110, 111, 131 Forrest, Ryan — 22 Fort, Donald — 49, 114 Foster, Benny — 59, 80, 96,98, 114 Frazier, Nichole — 38,93, 104 Frazier, Rachel— 38, 85, 87,97 Freedom Transport and Repair— 164 Freeman, William — 49 Fries, Anita — 38,98, 102, 106 Frye, Michelle — 38, 100 Galbraith, Laura — 49, 82, 85, 94, 96, 100, 101 Galli, Dave—22,91, 116,117, 120 Garbo Jeff—62 Gardner, Robert — 49, 128 Garrett. Nicole — 5, 7, 59 Gass, Amy— 22 Gass. Don — 5, 22,68,88,90,110,111 Gass, Jerry — 49 Gass, Jody — 49, 114 Gass. Shaney — 59,93, 102 Gelso, Jack — 59 Gentry, Lori — 59, 102 G H Feed Store — 141 Giacone, David — 38, 83, 110, 113 Gilliam, Mandy — 49 Gipson, Cahrric — 2, 22, 64, 67, 78, 82, 85,94,99. 100, 101 Glodich, Barbara — 2, 22, 25, 78, 79, 81,84,85,87,94, 96, 100 Glodich Honda— 160 Glodich, Michelle — 2, 49, 56, 78, 79, 81,85,87,93, 94 GofT, Elizabeth — 38, 118 Golio, Jack — 59 Golis, Kim —22, 82,85,101 Gordon, Heather — 59 Gosnell, Melynda — 49 Goss Appliance Sales Service — 153 Gossett, Chris — 49 Grammer, Mr. Paul — 71 Graskewicz — 170 Graskewicz, Jennifer — 32, 96 Graves. Bill — 59,93 Gray. Ken — 147 Gray Plaza Motel — 149 Green, Amy — 49, 84, 85, 86,98 Greyhound — 156 Griffin, Chris — 59,102, 115 Griffin's Heights Bakery — 143 Griffin, John — 38,91,93 Griffin, Kenneth — 49 Griffith, Gayle — 22,94, 102 Griffith, Shane — 50, 85, 86, 91,98 Griffith, Shannon — 59,93 Grimes, Stacey — 50, 84, 85, 115, 130 Grohlcr, Randall — 55, 102 Grosco, Miss Dolores — 72, 81 Grolti, Betty — 68 Grotti, Shannon — 22 Groves, Carla — 38,97 Gunter, Eric— 55 Gutierrez, Melissa — 50,97 Hale, Crystal — 50 Hall, Nick —50 Hall, Randy —50 Hall, Tonya —59 Hamilton, Kristie — 22 Hammers, Lance— 59, 144, 128 Hammers Son's Tires — 152 Hammers-Adkins, Tricia Hanna, Craig— 59, 114 Harkins, Stacey — 38, 85 Harkins, Steve — 39 Harline, Danny Harrigan, Stephine — 18, 22, 81, 84, 85,93 Harris— 160 Harris, Jeff — 59 Harris, Matt — 50, 114, 128 Harriss, Steve — 39, 46, 83, 84, 85, 92, 95, 130 Hartley, Bill — 5, 7, 22, 89, 110, 111, 128,129, 133 Hartline, Danny — 55 Hartlinc, David — 62 Hawkins, Barbara — 50, 81,93 Hawkins, Clint — 39,94 Hawkins, Paul — 59, 86 Hays, Andrea — 59, 85,93 Hays, Brent — 23, 95, 99, 102, 104, 105, 107, 108 Helens Fine Foods — 157 Helfrich, Brian — 50, 114, 128,130 Helleny, Sharon, Mrs. — 72,95 Hcmminger, Jessie — 32 Hcmmingcr, Joe — 23, 89 Hcmminger. Mike — 59 I Henderson, George — 50.114 I Henson. Angela — 39,46,94 I Henson. Bills — 50 I Henson, Jason K. — 50, 83, 85, 114. I 131 I Henson, Mike—131 I Henson. Erie (Rick) — 32 I Herbert, Denise — 59,94,100 I Hermetz, Todd — 50,98 I Hen ell. James—59 I Hcrstcdt. Karen — 23 I Heyder, Collette — 50,104,106,118 I Hill, Nick —23,90,91,92,98 I Hively, Scott — 7, 23, 24, 89, 110, 111 I Hobbs, Donald. Mr. — 72,91,93 I Hobbs, Sheri — 50, 81,84,93 I Hogan, Tom — 50 I Hogan, Crvstal — 59. 81,84. 85, 87, 96, I 100,101 I Hogg, Mary Lou — 68 I Hood, Chris — 100, 127. 131 I Hood, Harold, Mr. I Holder, Shannon — 59 I Holland, James — 62 I Holland Pharmacy — 146 I Holly, Joe — 50 I Hood, Christine — 23, 126 I Hood, Dee Dec — 59 I Hood, Harold, Mr. I Hood, Larry — 59 I Hoolc, John — 50 I Hopkins, Mr. George — 67, 68, 131 Hopkins, Leonard — 66 Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Terry — 157 Hopper, Jodi — 45 Hoppers, Glen — 32 Hoppers, Tommy — 59,128 Horsley, Heather — 59 House Furniture — 136 Howell Insurance— 163 Hrovatich, Miss Alice — 72,76 Huitc, Heather — 59,96, 118 Humphrey, Philip — 50, 114 Hungate. Mr. Ed — 86,98,114, 120 Hurtc, Chris — 32,88 Jacobs, Tina — 23, 81, 84, 87, 93, 94, 100 James, Dennis R. — 156 James, Shane — 50, 115, 128,130 Jarvis, Gary — 23 Jeffries, Jill —23,68 Jent, Melissa — 131 Jent, Shane — 59,114 Johnson, Brian — 59,114 Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Jeff — 50 Johnson, John — 7, 23,110,111 Johnson, Michael — 39, 95, 122, 130, 132 Johnson, Mrs. Vickie — 85 Johnson, Shirley — 60 Johnston, Greg — 2, 39, 78, 79, 83, 92, 122,130, 131,133 Jones, Danny — 23, 88 Jones, Floyd — 23,88 Jones, Jim — 39, 104, 106 Jones, Lori — 13, 50,81,84,85, 100 Joplin, Lisa — 50 Jude, Lori— 13, 39,82,85,95 Jude, Richard— 50 Julian, Trevor — 51,86,98,1 16 Kaminski, Alan — 39,90 Kaminski, Billy — 26Index Karales, Jamie — 60 Karch, Casandra — 51, 107 Karnes, JefT— 2, 39, 78, 79, 92, 130 Karnes, John — 50, 93 Karnes Real Estate — 163 Karoski, George Mr. — 72, 116 Karoski, Marcy — 2, 50, 78, 79, 85 Kathalyna's Kreative Kitchens— 194 Kaytor, Paula — 26 Kelley, Marty — 26, 91 Kelton, Corky — 26, 89, 91 Kelton, Trisha — 18, 26, 81,84, 85, 100 Kentucky Fried Chicken — 148 King, Kellie — 60 King, Roger — 26, 89 King, Stephanie — 39, 81 Kirby, Michelle — 39 Kirkman, Polly — 39, 87 Klimowicz, Kim — 60, 98, 106 Knight, Brett — 13, 60, 96, 106 Knight, Rudy — 39, 98 Kondritz, Brent — 26, 80, 95, 99, 118, 122, 123 Kondritz, Fred — 66 Kondritz, Jill — 2, 60, 65, 78, 79, 93, 102, 107 Kosmus, Shawn — 60 Lacy's Flowers — 144 Lamar, Julie — 51,94, 96 Lampley, Dnan — 51,93 Laswell. Joe — 40 Laurenti. Brent — 60 Lawrence, Brad — 60, 114 Lawrence, Lori — 51, 81,93, 94 Lawrence, Monica — 26, 82, 99 Lawrence, Valavic — 60,93 Layman, Heidi — 40, 81,84 LeClaire, Sandy — 51 Ledbetter, Angela — 60, 100 Ledbetter, Jim — 7, 26, 100, 111 Lee, Angela — 26, 98, 131 Lee, Carolyn — 12, 40, 67, 80, 82, 85, 87,95 Lee, Caryn — 51 Lee, Mr. David — 67, 68, 76, 122, 124 Lee, Denise — 51, 100, 118, 131, 126, 127 Leek, Mcike — 51, 81,84, 85, 118 Lefler, Amy — 51,81,85, 131 Lemmon, Amy — 60 Lemmon, Craig — 51, 124 Les Standard — 143 Levanti, Kelly — 60, 81, 84, 85, 87, 104, 106 Lewis, David — 26, 90, 92, 99, 116, 117, 122, 123 Lewis, Lori — 51,81, 82,94 Ligon, Lori — 40 Lindsey, JefT — 60 Lingle.Joc —40, 110, 113 Lingle, Malisa — 51,82, 94, 100 Linn, Steve — 51,83 Linsley, Bruce — 26, 89, 90 Lintncr, Alane — 60, 93, 100, 101 Lintner, Kristi — 2, 27, 78, 82, 85, 94, 96, 101 Logsdon, Eric — 60, 84, 114 Logsdon, Heath — 60 Lon's Barber Shop — 143 Lovan, Kim — 40 Lucas, Lome — 4, 7, 18, 26, 93, 94, 96 Lucas, Mike — 26, 84, 116, 117 Lude, Pam — 40 Mabry Construction — 139 Mabry, Mark — 60 Maddox, Jason — 60, 114, 123 Malkovich, Susan Miss — 72 Maragni, Jason — 51, 140 Mark Twain — 169 Marks, Eddie—32,88 Marlow, JoLinda Mrs. — 73, 106 Martin, Frank — 55 Martin, Tricia — 32, 93 Marvel, Jeff — 7, 27, 99, 110, 111 Mason, Scott — 51, 116 Massey, Amanda — 60, 104 Masters, Bill — 27 Masters, John — 60, 86 Mathis, Randy —40, 115, 120 Mathis, Rick — 7, 25, 27, 95, 111, 120, 130, 131 McCarty, Betty — 97 McClellan. Nicole — 85, 60, 98, 100, 101, 102 McClement, Melissa — 60 McCord’s Market — 161 McCormick, Mike — 51,92 McCoy, Tom — 60, 86 McCreery. Jonathon — 60, 114, 125 McDaniel, Tim — 7, 27, 89. 99, 110, 111, 121 McDonald, Becky — 60 McElmurray, Donnie — 88, 40, 130 McElwrath, Mike — 8, 27, 85, 87, 94, 95, 98, 110, 130, 104, 106 McElyea, Charles — 40, 90, 91 McElyca, John — 51, 114, 130, 128 McElyea, Karen — 27, 103, 108, 104, 102, 105, 106 McElyea, Marion— 140 McFarland, Patrick — 55 McGhee, Bridgctt — 51,84 McHaney, David Mr. — 71, 73, 103, 108, 104, 102, 106 McLain, Judd — 55, 56, 114, 130 McLain, Scott — 27, 84, 87, 99 McPhail, Andrea — 51,85 McPhail, Carmen — 5, 7, 24, 85, 49, 46, 81,93,94, 100, 126 McPhail, Michael — 16, 27, 94, 95, 98. 99, 115, 120,83 McPhail, Patrick — 7, 27, 91, 92, 94, 99, 110, 111, 121,83 Melvin, Greg — 51, 114, 140, 124 Melvin, James — 51, 114 Melvin, Jim — 7, 28, 89, 111 Melvin, John — 7, 7, 13, 32, 89, 91, 110, 111, 130, 131 Melvin, Melissa — 60 Melvin, Shanie — 60, 81, 84, 85, 87, 100, 101 Menees, Lisa — 28, 94, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 108 Mike’s Confectionary— 145 Mike's Drive In — 159 Miller, Penny — 60 Miller, Trent — 4, 7, 28, 110, 111, 128. 129 Mills, Shawn — 60, 86 Minor, Oliver— 60 Minton, Shane — 52 Mitchell, Holli —40,97, 104 Mitchell, Jenna —40,85, 102, 103, 104 Mitchell. Robert — 40, 106 Mitchell, Sarah — 52 Mitchell, Sheri — 52, 81, 94, 102, 107, 118 Moak. Paul — 60, 124 Mocaby, Joey — 28, 130 MofTett, Heath — 52, 83, 84, 86, 98, 114, 128 MofTett, Martin — 4, 83, 95, 110, 113, 122 Mocaby, Sean — 40, 110, 113, 130 Mohring, Jon David — 60, 84, 114 Mondino, Tracy — 41,82, 96 Moreland, John and Mary — 164 Morgan, Patrick — 60 Morganthaler, Chris — 131 Morris, Matt — 41 Morthland, Tim — 28, 83, 92, 99, 116. 117, 122, 123, 131 Moschino, Gail — 126 Moschino, Mike — 52, 98 Mosser, Dustin — 52 Mosser, Leslie — 60 Mueller. Christian — 32, 66, 84, 128, 129 Murphy, Dawn — 5, 7, 13, 52, 84. 85, 96 Murphy Electric — 161 Murphy, Kendra — 97 Murphy, Mike — 52, 93 Murphy, Patty — 4, 6, 7, 8, 13, 28, 82, 93, 94,96, 100 Murphy, Tim Mr. — 73, 86, 94, 98, 118, 119 Murray, Jennifer—41,95, 100 Nanglc, Ernest — 52, 86, 114 Neibch, Heath —61,93, 128 Neibch, Richard — 41,88 Neibch Towing Service — 149 Neibel, Larry — 52 Nelson, Ronnie — 28, 92 Neville, Barry —28,94, 99, 131 Newman, Amy — 61, 104 Nicholas, Jan — 52, 91 Nicholson, Jeanna— 52, 81,85, 87 Nolen, Becky — 61,85 Nolen, Bill —61, 114, 128 Nolen. Brent — 52, 84 Nolen, Laura — 4, 86, 98 Nolen. Mike — 61 Nolen, Tracy — 61,84, 93 Norman. Elizabeth — 61,93, 96 Novy, Rachel — 52 O'Connor, Becky — 52 O’Connor, Sarah — 28 D'Danicl, Scott — 41 Edle, Danny — 61,96, 98, 102, 114 Odle, Lori —24, 28, 102, 107 Odom, Brandi — 62 Odum Concrete Products, Inc. — 162 Ogden, Charles — 41, 88, 91 Ogden, Larry — 52, 116 O'Keefe, Sean — 52 Orr, Julie — 61, 126 Orr, Stacey — 13, 52, 80, 82, 85, 94, 99, 100, 101 Orr, Tara — 52, 84, 85, 97 Orso, Mrs. Liz — 73 Oster, Mike — 41,46 Osterhout, Mr. Burle — 66 Osterhout, Natalie — 41, 86 Our Hometown Advantage — 151 Overturf, JefT—52, 83, 114, 124, 130 Owsley, Rick — 61,92 Palasky, George — 61, 125 Palasky, JefT—61,67,125 Palasky, Tom — 28, 83, 99, 122, 123, 130, 131, 134Index Paper Place — 170 Pappas, Mike — 41, 83, 84, 85, 94, 95, 96, 110, 113, 122, 124, 130, 134 Parker Reedy Funeral Home — 155 Paschedag Music House — 147 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. — 138 Parrent, Perry — 55 Partak, Marilyn — 52 Pasko. Mr. Steve — 73, 90 Patterson, Lainie — 94 Patton, Tricia — 2, 78, 79, 82, 84, 85, 99, 101, 128 Paulk, Angela — 41, 95, 100, 118 Pearson, David — 61, 125 Pcriman, Mike — 41, 131 Perr, Miss Jane — 73, 99 Perry Electronics— 143 Perry, Stephen — 61 Pesselato, Anastasia — 131 Peters, Mike — 52, 114, 128 Phelps, Chad — 61 Pickering, Rickie — 29 Pickering, Tom — 32 Pickett, Mike — 61 Pizzeria Franco — 147 Pizza Inn — 143 Podnar, Andy — 61,93, 128 Pohl, Billie Jo — 41. 86, 98, 100, 106, 126, 131 Pollard, Dwight — 52 Pond, Scott — 61 Pool Shack — 152 Poole, Becky — 61, 118 Poole, Brad — 4, 7, 8, 29, 83, 110, 111 Powless, Lance — 29, 84, 104, 105, 106, 108 Price, Don — 52 Price, Eric — 29, 90 Price, Gayla — 32 Price, Shannon — 18, 29, 100 Pritchard, Michelle — 53, 85 Professional Ads Calcatcrra Service 149 Orient Road Caldwell, Trout, Alexander, Quindry, and Popit, Attorneys-at-Law Harold B. Culley, Jr., Attomey-at-Law Clyde Day Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Ron Davis and Family Ruth Erthall Beauty Shop Gray Hunter Stenn Certified Public Accountants D. L. Griffin, MD Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howard Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Dr. Steve Leek, DC Don Lucas, Attomey-at-Law Russell Magnavox Dr. Alan Nolen, DC Dr. U. P. Reddy, MD Howard Smith, State Farm Insurance Southern Illinois Christian Service Camp, Ron Pcriman, Mgr. Willard Strain, National Business Consultant Dr. Don J. Webb, OD Dr. Earl Woods, DDS Dr. Tom Woods, DMS Wright's Radio Shack Professional Pharmacy — 154 Pugh, Chris —32, 90,91,92 Pugh, Patty — 41,46, 85, 87, 94 Pulliam. Julie — 42 Pyles, Annette — 29, 94, 104 Pyles, Teresa — 45, 93 Ramsey, Richard — 61 Rao, Ramu — 42 Raubach, Chris — 131 Raubach Video— 145 Ray, Lori — 53, 81,85 Ray, Michelle — 42 Reach, B. J. — 2, 66, 78, 83, 95, 96, 110, 113, 122, 124, 130 Reach, Dawn — 52 Reach, John Mr. — 73, 89, 110, 115, 130 Redmon, Deon — 53 Reed, Chuck — 61 Reed, Gina — 53 Reed, Marcus — 61, 114 Reeder, Tim — 42 Renner, Mike — 55, 130 Reyna, Debbie — 61 Ricci, Chelcee — 8 Riccim, Tim Mr. — 73 Rice, Don Mr. — 73 Rice, Susanne — 53, 82, 87, 94, 118 Rich, Eric— 53 Rich, Mary Mrs. — 73, 93 Rich, Opic — 62 Richard, Beth — 61 Richard, Robert — 42 Richerson, Chris — 53 Richcrson, Chuck — 7, 29, 88, 110, 112 Richcrson, Kari — 61,93, 102 Richcrson, Stacy — 42 Richey, Martha — 53, 85, 87, 100, 101, 104, 106 Rick's Illico — 148 Riddle, Effaney — 29, 61 Riddle, Roy —29 Rioux, Karen —53, 100, 118, 126, 131 Riva, Michael D. — 162 Riva, Mike — 66 Roan, Scott — 18, 24, 29, 90, 92, 128, 129, 133 Robinson, John Mr. — 131 Rodenmayer, Ginger — 61 Rodenmayor, Tammy — 42 Romack, Chris — 61, 114 Ross, Lynnette — 29 Rumsey, Traci — 42, 86, 98. 104 Russell, Chris — 61, 114, 128 Russell, David — 29, 89 Frank Russell Trucking— 153 Russell, Greg — 42,95, 104, 105, 108 Ruzich, Todd — 29, 89 Sakonyi, Dianne — 30, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85,95, 99 Sanders, April — 53 Sanders, Christine — 53, 85, 87, 97, 100, 104 Sanders. Darin — 53, 56, 83, 102, 103, 124, 130 Sanders, Diana — 61, 104 Sanders, Dwight — 53, 91 Sander Electric Company — 136 Sanders, Jim — 42, 83, 84, 102, 107 Sanders, Leslie — 61, 102 Sanders, Regina — 53, 126, 131 Sandy’s Flowers and Gifts — 139 Sapp. Scott — 42 Schram. Mindy— 80 Schram, Steve — 30, 53. 84.90. 92 Scobby, Amanda — 2, 61,78, 79, 102 Scolari, Mike — 61 Scrivner, Amy — 61,98, 106 Second Baptist Church — 140 Sevenski, David — 30, 90, 92 Shaw, Laura — 61 Shelby, Jason — 62, 64 Shelby, John — 30 Shelby. Kevin — 53 Shelby’s Tow Service — 148 Shelton, Donnie — 62, 125 Shelton, Valerie — 45 Sigler, Scott — 53 Sigler, Todd — 53, 116 Simpson, Mike — 66 Simpson, Valerie — 53, 85, 106 Sims, Gerald — 42,91 Sipes, Tony — 5, 6, 24, 30, 83, 90, 91, 92, 110, 111, 130 Sipes, Pat Mr. — 73, 76, 90, 92, 126 S.I. Video — 157 Skinner, Jackie — 32 Slanc, Sonya — 53 Sloan, Andy — 121 Sloans Gymnastic School — 167 Sloan, Bob Mr. — 115 Sloan, Brett — 30, 66, 130 Smith, Charles Mr. — 73 Smith, Chrystal — 53, 81, 85, 87 Smith, Jason — 42, 91 Smith, Julie — 24, 30, 95, 96, 99, 102, 107 Smith, Peggy Mrs. — 73, 82 Smith, Ron and Pam — 155 Smokehouse Pit Barbecue — 159 Smothers, Brent — 42 Smothers, Kendra — 53 Smothers, Leslie — 13, 62, 85, 100, 101 Smothers, Mike— 53, 126 Snyder, Brent — 54, 104 Snyder, Chris — 131 Somers, Tommy — 43, 98, 116 Spavcn, Kim — 5, 7, 54, 85, 96 Spears. Jennifer - 54 Spears, Kevin — 43 Spence, Chad —62, 114, 125 Spicer, Suzanne — 54, 98, 102, 103, 104, 106 Sport Boosters — 166 Stanislawski. Kathy — 62, 93 Stanislawski, Michael—43,91,98 Stanley. Ina — 62, 125 Stanley, Robin — 62 Staten, Chris — 7,30, 83, 91, 110, 112, 130 Staten, Mark — 62, 114 Steinberger, Dean — 43,91 Steinbergcr, Wally — 54 Steinmetz, Stacey — 54, 56, 65, 80, 82 85, 94, 96, 99, 100, 101, 131 Stewart, Vance — 18, 30, 65, 89 Stevens, Mrs. Linda — 73, 84 Stilley, Chrissy — 18, 30,94 Stitely, Joseph — 30, 99, 102, 107 St. John’s Church — 168 Stodghill, Becky — 30, 118, 119, 131 Stolzcnburg, Chad — 62 Stone Funeral Home — 151 Stoner, Teresa — 43, 118 Stoner, Tracey — 43, 131, 126 Story, Tara — 43, 98, 106 Stotlar-Herrin Lumber Co. — 144Index Stowers, Dennis — 62, 84, 114 Strain, Holly — 54, 85,94, 97, 131 Stravcr, Kevin — 54 Stricgel, Thoennes, and Knoblock — 164 Stritzel, Mr. Richard — 73, 76 Sturgeon, John — 43 Stylemasters— 160 Sullivan, Amy — 43, 131 Sullivan, Billy — 62 Sullivan, Kenny— 54 Summers, Angie — 54, 85, 97 Summers, Dwayne — 4, 7, 24, 31, 80, 95,99, 110, 111, 122, 123, 130, 132 Summers, Greg — 31,90 Summers, JefT — 62, 114, 125 Super-X Pharmacy— 167 Swarthout, Lori — 31,95, 99, 102, 107 Sword, Jerry — 54, 102 Sword, William — 43 Tango, JefT — 43, 85, 87 Tanner, Belle — 31,98 Tate, Diana— 138 Tate, Taime Taylor, Angela — 114 Taylor Ford — 152 Taylor, Jackie — 32, 85 Taylor, John Mr. — 114 Taylor, Michelle — 62, 81, 84, 85, 87, 100, 118, 126 Taylor, Todd — 43, 89,90 Terry’s BarberShop — 164 Tharp, Tim — 31,90, 92 Thomas, Greg — 54 Thomas, Kelly A. — 43, 102 Thomas, Kelly B. — 43, 87, 97 Thomas, Raymond — 43, 104, 105, 106 Thomas, T racy — 44, 131 Thompson, Chuck — 62 Thompson, Teresa — 44 Thorpe, Jerry — 44, 130 Tippy, P. K., M.D. Director— 140 Todich, Brian — 45 Toney, Kevin Mr. — 74, 122, 125 Touch of Beauty— 162 Treecc Decorating — 156 Trinity United Methodist Church — 165 Trone, Mark — 62 Trotter, Shawn — 62, 64 Turpin, Nanette — 54 Turpin, Carl — 54 Twin Mills Timber and Tic Co. — 158 Tyler, Shane — 54 Union Funeral Service — 158 Union Pharmacy— 138 Upchurch, Rac Lynn — 62 Vantrcasc and Vantrcase — 137 VanZandt, Chrystal VanZandt, Lee — 44, 92 Varis, Chrissy — 54, 85, 87, 97 Vaughn, Alecia — 8, 12, 31, 82, 84, 85, 99, 101 Vaughn.Jon — 54 Vaughn. Melville — 97 Vaughan, Ronald — 44, 98 Veteto, Larry — 54, 91 Vick, Gary — 43 Carl Volanski Heating— 159 Volanski, Jason — 62 Volanski, Steve — 44, 88 Wagner, Kris — 24, 31,66, 91 Wagner, Toni — 54, 97 Wall, Brent — 54, 128 Wall, Janet — 31,94 Wall, Tonya — 31,94 Wallace, Jami — 44, 94 Wallace. Marty — 31, 83, 84, 99. 104, 105, 108, 112, 131 Walters, Bob—55 Walters, Lisa — 44, 93 Walthes, Heather — 54, 86, 94, 98, 118 Walton, Maria — 62, 81,93, 118 Waltons Service Company— 147 Walton, Shawn — 54 Warren, Eric — 54, 114 Warren, Gary Mr. — 75, 76, 110, 115, 121, 130 Warren. Terry Mr. — 75 Warren, Paul —62, 104, 114, 128 Water World — 149 Watkins, Elizabeth — 54, 102, 118 Watkins, William — 62, 102 Watson's Jewelers— 144 Watson, Mike — 25, 31,84, 94, 99, 102, 107 Weakly, Brett — 44, 88, 110, 113 Weakly, Dan Mr. — 66, 75, 88 Weaver, Collin — 55, 86 Weaver Insurance — 170 Weaver, Julie — 55, 81, 84. 85, 93, 97, 118 Weaver, Robert — 44, 89 Weaver, Tim Mr. — 75, 83, 122 Weaver, Tyler — 44, 83, 92, 110, 113, 124 Weeks, Glen Pontiac — Chevrolet — 148 Wells, Debbie Mrs. — 75, 93 Wertz, Billie — 62 West, Cindy —44, 104, 105, 108, 131 Westell, Beth —31,99, 118, 119, 131 West Frankfort Hair Design — 139 Westray, Eric — 62, 128 W.F.R.X.— 141 Wharton, Cindy — 44.98 White, Denise — 45 Whittington, Bill — 55, 116 Whobrey, Michelle — 44, 104 Wicker, Michael — 45, 67, 85, 92, 94, 95 Wicker, Shelly — 62,67,93, 104,118 Wilburn, Angela — 45 Wilce, John — 45 Wilkerson, Rick — 55, 91, 102 Wilkins, Jim and B. J. — 136 Willilams, Andy — 32 Williams, Billy— 55 Williams, Catherine — 55, 85, 97, 98, 102, 106 Williams, Christine — 32, 88, 100, 102, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108 Williams, Clint — 32, 90, 92 Williams, Dave — 55 Williams, Dina— 32 Williams, Jack — 32 Williams, Jennifer — 62, 100, 102, 118, 126 Williams, Jennifer— 55 Williams, Jonathan — 55, 84 Williams, Ray — 45 Williams, Robert — 55 Williams, Stephanie — 55, 56 Willis, Jeff—62, 114 Willis, Joknathan — 46. 84, 95, 96, 98, 110, 113, 130 Willis, Julie — 13, 62,93, 98, 102, 107 Willmorc, Allan — 9, 13, 46, 66, 83, 95, 104, 105, 108, 110, 113, 130, 128 Willmorc, Anut — 7, 13, 25, 32, 83, 95, 99, 110, 111, 130 Willmore, Schy —55,83, 102, 104, 116 Wilkenson, Michael — 8 Wilson, Danny — 45, 84 Wilson, Marcus — 45, 93 Winget, Scott — 55, 93 Wolfe. Aaron —55, 114, 131, 128 Wollard, Shelley — 55, 85, 98 Winter, Ron Mr. — 75 Woods, Andy — 55, 92, 96, 116, 124 Woods, Angie — 2, 32, 82, 85, 64, 78, 96, 99, 101 Woolard, Shelly — 86, 100 Wyatt, Carla — 55, 81,84, 85, 100, 102, 103 Wyciskalla, Jason — 45 Yadro Auto Parts — 144 Yadro, Warren — 55, 83 Yarbrough, Susan Yocum, Curtis — 55, 98 York, Mary Jane Mrs. — 75, 82, 97 York, Richard — 55 York, Valeree — 85 Young, Brigctte — 55, 84, 85, 100, 101 Young, Lisa — 55 Young, Sarah Beth — 84, 87, 102, 104, 105, 108 Young, Steve — 5, 7, 32, 83, 90, 92, 99, 106, 110, 111, 113, 131 Zeboski, Shane — 84 Zimmer, Kendra — 32At the close of the yearbook, another year of “Redbird Fever, Spirit, and Pride" has flown by. The Redbird Annual Staff hopes that the 1987 Redbird Yearbook has given the students many memories to treasure and to remember their Alma Mater. The staff extends a special Thank You to Mrs. Batts for all of her hard work, advice, and support. 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