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

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1988 REDBIRD Frankfort Community High School West Frankfort, Illinois Volume 74 The Redbird Annual Proudly Presents “A Time to Remember”= = = g= s = = =_ = r = = =.= s = as s = - 3 A TIME TO REMEMBER 4 Homecoming 1987 0 Camera Day 12 Class of 1988 17 Seniors 35 Juniors 49 Sophomores 57 Freshmen 63 Administration 67 Faculty 75 Organizations 109 Athletics 135 Advertisements 171 Index 176 Closing REDBIRD ANNUAL 1988 STAFF Advisor — Mrs. Hellen M. Batts Editor — B. J. Reach Assoc. Editor — Matt Donkin Seniors — Jeff Karnes and Allan Willmore Juniors — Marcie Donkin Sophomores — Valoree York Freshmen — Laurie McPhail Sports — Greg Johnston and Joey Hogg Administration and Faculty — Alane Lintner and Julie Willis Organizations — Marcy Karoski and Amanda Scobby Advertisements — Michelle Glodich and Jill Kondritz 2D. Lee and M. Leek share a time to remember. S. Smothers and M. Renner have a conversation during their lunch hour. A TIME TO REMEMBER B. Laurenti and M. Taylor wait for the bell The walls of the cafeteria display art work, to ring. 3This year’s Homecoming festival turned out to be fun for everyone involved. The seventy-first FCHS Homecoming had the theme “Pride and Spirit.” The gymnasium was flooded with red, white, and blue decorations by Mr. Tim Murphy and the Student Council. On Tuesday, September 29, the second annual Variety Show gave the celebration the initial spark it needed to give everyone “pride and spirit.” Beth Young took home Grand Champion Honors. On Wednesday, people at the Coronation saw Laura Fichtel crowned Homecoming Queen. Carmen McPhail and Rachel Frazier were the Senior attendants. The Swing Choir, directed by Mr. Dave McHaney, serenaded the queen, and the band provided background music. Tara Story and Jonathon Willis were Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. On Thursday, the parade. Chili Supper, bonfire. Snake Dance, and Sock Hop prepared the football players and fans for the next night’s game with Benton. The game was a close and hard-fought battle, but the Birds triumphed over the Rangers. The Dance on Saturday night was crowded with couples. Egyptian Combo provided the music. The dance brought a successful 1987 Homecoming to a close. SENIOR ATTENDANT Rachel Frazier and ESCORT Danny Broy RETIRING QUEEN Patty Murphy and ESCORT Dave Cloc SENIOR ATTENDANT Carmen McPhail and ESCORT Scan Mocaby 4JUNIOR ATTENDANT Laura Galbraith and ESCORT Dennon Davis, JUNIOR ATTENDANT Becky O’Conner and ESCORT Joe Lingle. FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Laurie McPhail and ESCORT Tom Adkins, FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Shelley Smothers and ESCORT B. J. Reach. SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Nicole Garrett and Crystal Burton and ESCORT Marty Moffett. ESCORT Mike Pappas, SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT 5MISS LAURA FICHTEL Queen 1987-88 6HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS — L. McPhail, C. Burton, B. O’Conner, C. McPhail, L. Fichtel, R. Frazier, L. Galbraith, N. Garret, S. Smothers. ESCORTS AND HONOR GUARDS — Row 1: B. Dorris, M. Pappas, D. Broy, S. Engler, D. Giacone, D. Cloe, A. Willmore. J. Tango. Row 2: T. Adkins, K. Blades, M. Chance, B. Weakly, J. Lingle, T. Weaver, G. Johnston, D. Davis, B. J. Reach, S. Mocaby, M. Moffett, S. Sapp, J. Willis. 7Left: FCHS students and alumni sway to a slow song at the Homecoming Dance. Below: S. Harriss, G. Russell, and M. Johnson played “mud football" on the Student Council float. Above: CHILDREN OF THE COURT — T. Hood, J. Fcclcy, M. Hargis, T. Grimm. Right: Mistress and Master of Ceremonies — Tara Story and Jonathon Willis. 8Middle Left: The Redbird Marching Band is always “in step.” Left: Brett Knight pilots the Sophomore Class Float, the parade’s best. 9"Olympics, here I come!” First Place — Ame Blades A bright idea from Marcus Chance Second Place — Tyler Weaver The REDBIRD ANNUAL would like to thank those students who participated in the 1987-88 Camera Day Contest. Pictures were chosen on the basis of originality and quality of photographs. “Watch the birdie!" Third Place — John Hoole “Sorry?" Honorable Mention — Tyler WeaverSENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — J. Chismar. Trcas., A. Willmorc, Pres.; L. Fichtcl, Vicc-Prcs.; L. Jude, Sec. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS — S. Orr, Sec.; D. Murphy, Vicc-Prcs.; L. Galbraith, Trcas.; S. Woolard, Pres. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS — B. Knight, Pres., L. Smothers, Trcas.; K. Ford, Sec.; M. Intravaia, Vice-Prcs. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — H. A. Riddle, Pres.; L. Hammers, Treas.; L. Simmons, Vice-Pres.; M. Donkin, Sec. 13Top Left: ZZZZZZZZZZZZ Top Right: A display outside the art room shows team’s uniforms. Center: “Guess who, Vem?’’ Bottom Right: Students return to school from arcade. Bottom Left: Co-eds make a pretty picture for lunch hour. 16SENIORS As graduation draws near, we, the seniors, begin to take on a different outlook toward our high school. We suddenly discover a new opportunity and purpose in the classrooms. Our joy of graduation is tinged with a little sorrow at leaving the high school world behind and a reluctance to break the ties which have bound us, the Class of’88 for the past four years. The class officers chosen for this year were Allan Willmore, President, Laura FichteL Vice-President; Lori Jude, Secretary; and Julie Cmsmar, Treasurer. Tfie class sponsor who advised and helped us through the four years was Mrs. Terri Brown. With graduation coming, seniors will soon realize that in the coming years, many friends will become only memories of high school days. But these four years will always be a time to remember. So with the closing of the school, the seniors of 1988 bid farewell to the teachers, the Administration, and even the hot cold classrooms themselves. We shall cherish these fond memories foreve 17As Final Year Comes to an End Adkins Deborah Bratcher Michelleof FCHS Journey Into Adulthood Jeff Stephanie Michelle Karnes King Kirby Carolynn J. Lee Kirkman LaswellMoffett Tracy Mondino Jennifer Murray Scott Charles O’Daniel Ogden MitchellClass of 1988 Managed to Have Natalie Osterhout Patterson Periman Patricia le Pulliam 4Amy William Todd Sullivan Sword Taylor Kelly B. Thomas Raymond Thomas Kelly Ann Thomas Thompson Thomas For Seniors, These Years Will Always Van Zandt Volanski Wallace Walters Watkins Weaver WeaverBe a Time to RememberSenior Girls — Togetherness R. Frazier — A Senior Beauty Susan Yarbrough Beth Young Not Pictured Karen Arview John Austin Gerri Behn Randy Bennet Donald Bute Michelle Dunning John Griffin Alan Kaminski Rudy Knight Matt Morris Richard Neibch Jeff Tango James Thomas Ronald Vaughn Brett Weakly John Wilce Marcus Wilson J. Willis — A Man of Many Talents. J. Thorpe and R. Mathis — Senior Distance Men.Senior Activities Adkins, Tom — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Office Worker 4. Arview, Karen — FTA 2, 3; Officer Worker 4. Austin, John — Band 1; RBN 4; Theater I 4. Bean, Duane Bennett, Randolph — Band 3, 4. Blades, Arne — RBN 4; Swing Choir 2, 3; Nike Club 3, 4; Volleyball 2; Band 1. Bratcher, Deborah — Art Club 1, 2, 3; Officer Worker 3. Bromley, Michelle — Officer Worker. Broy, Danny — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3. Burke, Raymond — Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Youth Board 2, 3, 4. Cima, Steve — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; ALPHA 4; Track 1,2,3, 4; Football 1,2; Science Club 3, 4. Chance, Marcus — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Conference Champion 4; Powder Puff Coach 4. Chismar, Julie — Class Officer 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; ALPHA 3; Nike Club 4; Science Club 2, 4. Clark, Tamara — Honor Society 3, 4; Speech Team 2, 4; ALPHA 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Swing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Cloe, David — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 4; Track 2; Baseball 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Clutts, Mike — Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. Cowan, Sean — Football 2; Basketball 1; TTrack 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Crowder, Betsy — FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 1; Office Worker 1, 2. Davis, Dennon — Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4. Davis, Jaclyn — Swing Choir 2; Band 2; Chorus 1, 2; Science Club 4. Dorris, Brian — Football 1, 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball Mgr. 4. Doty, Tanya — FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 1; Art Circle 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Downs, Leslee — Volleyball 3; FTA 1,2,3; Powder Puff 2, 3, 4. Dragovich, Michelle — Basketball 1, 2, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Softball 2; Powder Puff 1, 2, 3; Art Circle 1, 2. Dunning, Michelle — Powder Puff" 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Basketball 1; Band 1; Science Club 3. Englcr, Steve — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Coach 4. Erthall, Phillip Essick, Amy — Student Council 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 2; Nike Club 1, 2. Fichtel, Laura — Homecoming Court 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4. Filkins, Tracy — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Youth Board 1, 2, 3, 4. Frazier, Nichole — Powder Puff 4. Frazier, Rachel — Cheerleading 1, 2, 4; Homecoming Court 4; Powder Puff 2, 4; Sub Debs 4; Science Club 3, 4. Fries, Anita — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Speech Team 3; Office Worker 4. Fry, Michelle — Powder Puff 3, 4; Basketball Mgr. 3; FHA 1, 2. Giacone, David — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1,2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3. Goff, Elizabeth — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball Mgr. 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff 4. Groves, Carla — FHA 1, 2; Science Club 2. Harkins, Steven — French Club 4. Harriss, Steve — Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club. Hawkins, Clint — Youth Board 1,2, 3, 4. Henson, Angela — Honor Society 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Worker 1, 2, 3, 4; Olympiad Team 4. Hungate, Tawnya — Honor Society 4; FTA 4; Anchor Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 1; Track 1. Johnson, Mike — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; ALPHA 4. Johnston, Greg — Student Body President 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Redbird Annual 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Jones, Jim — Music Theater, Chorus. Jude, Lori — Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 4; ALPHA 3. Karnes, Jeff — Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Redbird Annual 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Office Worker 4. King, Stefanie — Nike Club 3, 4; Youth Board 3, 4. Kirkman, Polly — Honor Society 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4. Laswell, Joe — Science Club 4; Art Circle 1. Lovan, Kim — Pep Club 1; Office Worker 4. Layman, Heidi — Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nike Club 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Powder Puff 1,2,3. Lee, Carolyn — Cheerleader 1, 2, 4; Redbird Notes 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. Ligon, Lori — Red Peppers 1. Linglc, Joe — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1. Ludc, Pam — Band. Mathis, Randy — Track 1,2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. McElyea, Charles McPhail, Carmen — Home- 33Senior Activities coming Court 3, 4; Student Council 4; Powder PufT 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Youth Board 2, 3, 4. Melvin, Joel Mcrkx, Veronique — Band 4; Science Club 4; Powder PufT 4; Theater 4. Mitchell, Bob — Thespians 2, 3, 4; Theater 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Track 1,4. Mitchell, Holly — Juniorettes 4; Chorus; Office Worker. Mitchell, Jennalee — Pom-Pon Squad 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Peppers 1. Mocaby, Sean — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Powder PufT Coach 4; Band 1, 2. MofTctt, Marty — Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track I, 2; Wrestling I; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Mondino, Tracy — Student Council 2, 3,4; Sub Debs 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Morris, Matt — Football 1, 2; Art Circle I. Murray, Jennifer — Honor Society 4; ALPHA 3; Powder PufT 3, 4. Neibch, Richard Nolen, Laura — Art Circle 4; Europe “87” 2. Ogden, Charles— Basketball I. Osterhout, Natalie — Volleyball Stat. 4; Track Stat. 3, 4; Art Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; FHA I. Pappas, Mike — Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Patterson, Lainie — Nike Club 4; FTA 4; Volleyball I, 2, 3; FHA 4; Homecoming Court 1, Paulk, Angie — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; ALPHA 3, 4; Powder PufT I, 2, 3, 4. Payne, Mike — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Science Club 4; FFA 4. Pcriman, Mike — Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; FCA 1,2; Scholar Bowl 3, 4; Science Club 4. Pohl, Billie Jo — Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soft-ball 1,2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Art Circle 1, 2, 3, 4. Pugh, Patty — FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Nike Club 4; Office Worker 4. Pulliam, Julie — Powder PufT 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3, 4. Rao, Ramu — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4. Ray, Michelle — Red Peppers 1. Reach, B.J. — Redbird Annual 2, 3, 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Rodenmayer, Tammy Rumsey, Traci — Office Worker 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; FHA 2; ALPHA 4; Art Circle 3. Russell, Greg — Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ALPHA 3, 4; Honor Society 3,4; Swing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Illinois State Scholar 4. Sanders, Jim — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Swing Choir I, 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Track 4. Sapp, Scott — Football 1, 4. Sims, Gerald Smith, Jason Somers, Tom — Golf I, 2, 3, 4; Art Circle I, 2, 3, 4. Stanislawski, Mike Stoner-Karnes, Tracey — Soft-ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Youth Board 1, 2, 3. Stoner, Teresa — Honor Society 4; Volleyball 1, 2; Powder PufT 1; Softball 1; Basketball 1. Story, Tara — Homecoming Mistress of Ceremonies 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Scholar Bowl 3, 4; Swing Choir 1, 2; Speech Team 2, 3. Sturgeon, John — Football 1; Basketball Mgr. 1; Wrestling 1; Art Circle 4. Sullivan, Amy — Softball Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. Taylor, Todd Tango, Jeff — Football 2, 3, 4; FT A 3. Thomas, Kelly A. — Band I, 2, 3. Thomas, Kelly B. — Honor Society 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4. Thomas, Raymond — Swing Choir f, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Thorpe, Jerry — Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4. Van Zandt, Lee Vaughn, Ronald — Track 1, 3; Art Circle 1, 2, 3. Volanski, Steve — Band 1, 2. Walters, Lisa — FHA 3. Watkins, Lisa — RBN 4; Nike Club 4; Science Club 4; Class Officer 1; Powder PufT 1, 4. Weakly, Brett — Football I, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Science Club. Weaver, Robert — Basketball Mgr. 4; Track Mgr. 4. Weaver, Tyler — Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Track I. West, Cindy — Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Swing Choir 3; Music Theater 3. Wharton, Cindy Wicker, Mike — Honor Society 3, 4; ALPHA 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 1; Youth Board 2, 3, 4. Wilburn, Angie — Chorus 2, 3, 4; Pep Club I, 2, 3. Wilce, John Willis, Jonathon — Honor Society 3, 4; Speech Team 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Swing Choir 1,4. Willmore, Allan — Class President I, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; ALPHA 3, 4. Wilson, Danny Wilson, Marcus Wyciskalla, Jason Young, Beth — Drum Majorette 4; Swing Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; ALPHA 4; Thespians 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2. 34 The class of 'P has finished another year at F.C.H.S. It seems hard to believe we have spent eleven years in school. With one year left, we have many things to accomplish. Since we have become upperclassmen, we have gained the respect of the older students. They put us in charge of many extracurricular activities such as student council committees, school clubs, and organizations. This year Laura Galbraith and Becky O'Connor were chosen as our Homecoming attendants. To achieve our financial goals, we sold oranges and we operated a booth at the “Old King Coal” festival. Mrs. Bedokis was our class sponsor, and our officers were Shelley Woolard. president. Dawn Murphy, vice-president: Stacey Orr, secretary; and Laura Galbraith, treasurer. As the end of our junior year comes near, we have time to reflect on all of the things we did this year. We felt we made important contributions to F O ILS, that students will remember for many years to come. We are proud of everything we hayc done. Our junior 'year was a time to remember.Juniors Worked on Prom, Selected Class Tim Adkins Janice Anderson Elva Arview Tim Arview Laura Barton Jason Beavers Tara Biggs Malinda Browning Amy Butler Jarrod Calcaterra Cassie Cameron Clayton Carter Tyra Carter Lisa Clark Keith Cloc 36Rings, and Raised Money for Future Events Beth Corley Tim Costellia Kristin Crawford Vicki Culpepper Karen Cunningham Andy Darnell Audra Darnell Lori Day Jeremy Dodd Matt Donkin Jerry Easley Brenda Edwards Derek Fichtel Doug Filkins John Filkins 37Charles Foote Donald Fort William Freeman Laura Galbraith Robert Gardner Jody Gass Mandy Gilliam Kelley Glazebrook Michelle Glodich Melynda Gosnell Chris Gossett Amy Green Kenneth Griffin Shane Griffith Stacey Grimes 38Randall Grohlcr Crystal Hale Nick Hall Randy Hall Matt Harriss Barbara Hawkins Bryon Helfrich George Henderson Billy Henson Jason Henson Todd Hermetz Collette Heyder Sherri Hobbs Joe Holly John Hoole 39Juniors Filled Important Positions on Varsity Phillip Humphrey Shane James Michael Johns Lori Jones Lisa Joplin Richard Jude Trevor Julian Cassandra Karch John Karnes Marcy Karoski Julie LaMar Dana Lampley Lori Lawrence Sandy LeClairc Caryn Lee 40Football, Basketball, Volleyb Squads Craig Lemmon Lori Lewis Malisa Lingle Steve Linn Jason Maragni Stacy Marrs Scott Mason Laura Massey Mike McCormick John McElyea Bridget McGhee Judd McLain 41Greg Melvin James Melvin LaVar Miller Shane Minton Sarah Mitchell Sheri Mitchell Heath Moffett Mike Moschino Dawn Murphy Larry Neibel Jeana Nicholson Brent Nolen Becky O’Connor Larry Ogden Stacey Orr 42Tara Orr Jeff Overturf Marilyn Partak Mike Peters Don Price Michelle Pritchard Lori Ray Gina Reed Mike Renner Bobby Rice Susannc Rice Chris Richerson Martha Richey Karen Rioux April Sanders 43Juniors Set Fashion Trends With Frosted Christine Sanders Darin Sanders Dwight Sanders Regina Sanders Scott Sigler Todd Sigler Valarie Simpson Chrystal Smith Mike Smothers Brent Snyder Kim Spaven Suzanne Spicer Stacey Steinmetz Holly Strain Renee Strange 44Jeans, Mini Skirts, and Western Boots Angie Summers Jerry Sword Greg Thomas John Tomanavich Carl Turpin Nanette Turpin Shane Tyler Crissy Varis Larry Vcteto Toni Wagner Brent Wall Heather Walthes Eric Warren Beth Watkins Collin Weaver 45Julie Weaver Bill Whittington Rick Wilkerson Cathy Williams Dave Williams Jonathon Williams Mark Williams Stephanie Williams Schy Willmore J. Weaver shows what homework does to a student. L. Galbraith, a junior attendant, flashes a smile. 46Scott Winget Aaron Wolfe Andy Woods Shelley Woolard Carla Wyatt Warren Yadro Curtis Yocum Richard York Brigette Young Not Pictured Richie Denham Tanya Dover Eric Gunter Frank Martin Mike Murphy Dwight Pollard Eric Rich Sonya Slane Kendra Smothers Jon Vaughn L. Lewis and C. Varis are true friends. 47M. Karoski and S. Rice file papers for Mrs. Batts. S. Steinmetz always wears a smile. J. Filkins and M. Pritchard talk about the assignment in advanced algebra. M. Peters, J. Dodd, and J. Henson work problems in math class. K. Cloe, J. Calcaterra, C. Gossett, and M. Moschino wait for English class to begin. S. Orr and L. Galbraith enjoy free time in Rcdbird Notes. 48 The Sophomore Class started their second year at F.C.H.S. with excitement and anticipation of the year to come. Their biggest thrill was receiving their long-awaited drivers’ licenses. Homecoming was one of the busiest times of the year. Crystal Burton and Nicole Garrett were chosen as Homecoming Attendants. The class spent many hours on their Homecoming float. Their work resulted in their winning first place in the Homecoming parade. TJ The class sponsor was Mr. Jerry Eader. The class officers were: President. Brett Knight; Vice-President, Mike Intravaia, Treasurer, Leslie Smothers; and Secretary, Kathy Ford. Since the class needed money for next year’s Junior prom, one of the money-making projects was working football concessions. With two years left at F.C.H.S.. the Sophomore class will make the time they have left a “Time to Remember.”Sophomores Learn “The Rules of the Tom Aaron Kellie Adams Todd Adelsbcrgcr Jody Allen Carol Am bos Mike Arview Molly Arview Brett Baker Melisa Ballhagen Sheri Barnett Amy Bayless Scott Bencie Mike Blake Heather Bohn Scott Boltc Kimberly Boyd Angela Brannan Paula Browning David Broy Matt Buffington Aaron Burke Mike Burke Crystal Burton Dana E. F. Buttrick 50Road” in Driver’s Ed. Classes Carri Calcaterra Pam Calonne Michelle Carlson Michelle Christian Brian Crawford Jason Crowder Danny Cutter Emily Dalton Rachel Davis Tynna Davis Ronny Egeditch David Ellis Beth Fisher Shane Fitzwater David Fletcher Jimmy Ford Kathy Ford Benny Foster Nicole Garret Shaney Gass Jack Gelso Lori Gentry Jack R. Golio Heather Gordon 51Bill Graves Chris Griffin Shannon Griffith Tonya Hall Lance Hammers Craig Hanna Paul Hawkins Andrea Hays Mike Hcmminger Denise Herbert James Herrell Crystal Hogan Shannon Holder Chris Holloway Dee Dee Hood Larry Hood Tommy Hoppers Heather Horsley Michael Intravaia Shane Jent Chuck Johns Brian Johnson Shirley Johnson Jamie Karales 52Kellie King Kim Klimowicz Brett Knight Jill Kondritz Brent Laurenti Brad Lawrence Valerie Lawrence Angela Ledbetter Amy Lemmon Kelly Lcvanti Alanc Lintner Eric Logsdon Mark Mabry Jason Maddox Amanda Massey John Masters Nicole McClellan Melissa McClement Tom McCoy Jon McCreery Becky McDonald Diana McRoy Melissa Melvin Shanie Melvin 53Class of 1990 Moves from Penny Miller Shawn Mills Oliver Miner Paul Moak Jon Mohring Patrick Morgan Leslie Mosser Heath Neibch Amy Newman Becky Nolen Bill Nolen Mike Nolen Tracy Nolen Elizabeth Norman Danny Odle Brandi Odom Julie Orr George Palasky Jeff Palasky David Pearson Steve Perry Chad Phelps Mike Pickett Andy Podnar 54n„,,™v to Main Floor of the Auditorium Shawn Price Richard Ramsay Chuck Reed Marcus Reed Fred Rice Kari Richerson Effaney Riddle Ginger Rodenmayer Chris Romack Chris Russell Diana Sanders Leslie Sanders Amanda Scobby Mike Scolari Amy Scrivner Laura Shaw Jason Shelby Donnie Shelton Heather Smith Leslie Smothers Chad Spence Kathy Stanislawski Ina Stanley Robin Stanley 55Mark Staten Den Stowers JefT Summers Michelle Taylor Terry Tevdovich Chuck Thompson Mark Trone Shawn Trotter Joe VanWinkle Jason Volanski Maria Walton Bill Watkins Not Pictured JefT Garbo Scott Pond Ryan TroutfpvESH Mffy The Freshman class began their first year at F.C.H.S. with anxiety and anticipation. We were unsure; confused about teachers, classes, and upperclassmen. Now that we've learned the ways of high school, we will soon be moving on to our next three years at F.C.H.S. Our class sponsors are Mr. Toney, Mr. Reach, and Mrs. Little. Under their supervision we sold M M’s to raise money for our class activities such as prom, our homecoming floats, and our senior banquet. This year’s Homecoming activities were very new and different to this year’s freshman class. We entered our first float, "We the Redbirds,” and won second place in the Homecoming Parade. The Homecoming attendants were Shelley Smothers and Laurie McPhail. Our class officers were President. H. A. Riddle; Vice-President, Leslie Simmons; Secretary, Marcie Donkin; and Treasurer, Lanie Hammers. The Freshman class will always remember their first year (1987-1988) at F.C.H.S. It will be "A Time to Remember.”The Freshman Class of’91 Will Matl Adkins Scott Alexander Tara Allen David Allois Roy Anderson Javan AndrofT Shawn Archione Bill Avery Jennifer Avery Kim Bandy Jodi Bartoni Richard Baudison Monica Bean Rusty Bejmovicz Andy Berthoux Brad Blakey Shirley Bowers Melissa Boyd James Braden Jimmy Britton Kris Brooks Heather Broskic Jim Brown Angie Broy Chad Broy Judith Buckingham Becky Burke David Burnett Angie Bums Andrea Bums Michelle Butler Julie Caraway Becky Cawvey Paul Chamness Derk ChristensonRemember Their First Year at FCHS Mark Cook Stephanie Cook Jon Cooper Kcndrca Cunningham Amber Darnell Melissa Davis Marcie Donkin David Doran Andy Dorris Todd Dorris Tricia Dotson Ralph Dunham Berry Easley Adam Eggertscn Darik Essary Aimcc Estcl Julie Fields Willie Frampton David Glass Jason Grace Jon Graskcwicz Diane Griffin Tracey Grimes Aaron Halfacrc Lanie Hammers Jacki Hancock Jerry Harkins Camila Hilderbrand Steven Hobbs Joey Hogg Tammy Holland Robin Hopper Mary Hoppers Kim Hudgens Billie Jo Humphrey 59They Adapted Quickly to the Changes Teresa Intravaia Theresa James Stefeny Jones Tina Karch Angela Karroll Scott Keene Mike Kclton Alyssa Key Shondell Kncpp Sheila Kohzadi Melanie Lawrence Cari Layman Robert Layman Ronda Lee Jason Lindsey Heather Linton Shay Lipe Patrick Mack Bennie Manion JcfT Marks Dana McClerren Garret McLaren Laurie McPhail Amie Melvin Tyson Melvin Chad Mences Melissa Minor Keely Minton Crystal Mize Shawn Mize Melanie Mocaby Lisa Mosser Christy Ncibcl Hillary Norman Chris Odlc 60FCHS Had in Store for Them Brian Owens Matt Pearson Andrea Pike Jesse Plasters Sherri Plasters Brad Price Jason Prince Jennifer Pritchard Doug Prusaezyk Paula Prusaezyk Paulette Prusaezyk Sherry Pulliam Melissa Pyles John Reynolds Glen Rich Bobby Richardson Steve Richerson H. A. Riddle Jenni Rioux Shannon Schloss Kathy Sears Susan Sharknas Andy Shelby Dan Shoraga Nicole Sieveking Leslie Simmons Bart Sinks Philip Skuta Jason Sloan Heath Smith Shelley Smothers Shawn Southard Susie Spears Ida Stanley Jack Stanley 61Linda Stanley Aaron Steinberger Matt Steinmetz Yvonne Talbott Steve Tanner Angela Taylor Melony Taylor Susan Thomas Jennifer Thompson Lily Toth Jeff Trotter Steve Tyler Doug Uhls Tom VanZandt Tonya VanZant Wayne Veteto Teri Wagner John Walley Scott Walton Dan Weaver Richard Wilburn Elvis Williams Sylvia Williams Stephanie Willis Tim Willmore Chuck Wilson Angie Wolfe Rodney Zeboski Not Pictured Dawn Camden Richard Crouch Brent Enlow Jessie Gamer Gary Starnes 620 NiST Ur o West Frankfort School District 168 has had a very successful year. The administration was very efficient in coping with the problems of the school system. District 168 has four schools: Denning Elementary, Frankfort Elementary, Central Junior High School, and Frankfort Community High School. The school district is constantly striving to achieve state standards. Improvements and maintenance are the two big concerns of the district. This year ceiling fans were installed in every room in the schools. Safety features were implemented in all of the schools. The district has a new administration building which is an asset to the community. Our school board consists of seven intelligent and efficient men. They meet regularly, plan for school improvements, and solve the many problems which are brought to their attention. Because of the hard work and patience it takes to maintain a productive school system, the administration of district 168 made this year a time to remember. 63Superintendent of schools, Dr. Ron Davis, has served in that capacity for two years. He is responsible for the recommendation, interpretation, implementation, and enforcement of all school policies as developed by the Board of Education. A curriculum director, Mr. George Hopkins, has been added to the Superintendent’s staff this year. The administrative office is located in the new building on Poplar Street. Unit 168 Board of Education had three new members elected in the fall. They are Mr. Jack Warren, Mr. John Smith, and Mr. John Moreland. The school board also elected a new president, Mr. Davy Broy. The Board of Education meets once a month at Central Junior High School. The most important task the School Board has tc perform is one of keeping a very good admin istration-student-faculty alliance. They all fulfills this job to their utmost this year. 1988 SCHOOL BOARD — Row I: B. Osterhout, D. Broy, L. Hopkins. Row 2: J. Warren, M. Riva, J. Moreland, J. Smith.Mr. David Lee has the most important position at F.C.H.S., principal. This is his second year. Mr. Lee’s duties include supervision, evaluation, leadership, and coordination of all school activities. In an interview, Mr. Lee said, “Our goal at F.C.H.S. is to provide a stimulating environment that activates our students to be motivated to seek his or her full potential.” “Our most sincere congratulations to the class of “88” and to every student at F.C.H.S. Whatever course your future takes, it is our sincere hope that you will look back on your years here as having prepared you to meet and deal with the challenges that life will present.” The 1987-88 school year was one of success, thanks to Mr. Lee. His efforts were appreciated by both the students and the faculty. Mr. Russell L. Clover is our new assistant principal. Some of his duties and responsibilities include assisting the supervision of instructors and extracurricular activities, assisting in the scheduling of classes, regulating pupil conduct, and coordinating any part of the school program as directed by the principal. Mr. Clover said, “I am happy with my new assignment, the challenges we have met, and the improvements we have made this year. We should be proud of our work and of our school. I am now looking forward to next year and all the challenges that lie before us; with the help of our teachers, students, parents, and the community, our school can continue to be one of the very best in the state.” 65Mrs. Marty Innis, Computer Operator; Mrs. Betty Grotti. Computer Manager Bookkeeper; Mrs.Mary Lou Hogg. Personal Secretary to Principal. The new assistant principal at F.C.H.S. is Mr. Russell Clover. Mr. Dave McHancy is the head of the outstanding music department at F.C.H.S. Communication between teacher and student is a vital part of a good education. 66 CUUk The greatest influence on the students here at F.C.H.S. arc the leathers. Thougfcjmost will admit that teaching is |t very demanding profession, they will also agree th£t it is rewarding. Whether it's guid-anee, mathematics, sciences, languages, or social studies, F.C.H.Sg has spme of the finest instructors. Not only do they teach their subjects, but they also administer discipline and help the students with everyday problems. Though the students only see them during the school day, much of their work is done outside of the classroom. TAtcy attend faculty workshops, meetings, and'tTasses lo update their teaching methods. The faculty also sponsors clubs and other extracurriculaj This year the faculty and administration led us in remembering the 200th anniversary of the Constitution by having parent teacher visitation during this tune. An all- chooF assembly in which circuit court Judge TcTry Hopkins read the Preamble of the Con- stitution was also held. Because of their dedication and concern for the future, the 1987-88 faculty at F.C.H.S. made this year truly a time to remember. Forty-four Dedicated Teachers Mrs. Hcllcn Mary Batts English, REDBIRD ANNUAL Mrs. Genellc Bcdokis Librarian Mrs. Sheila Blackwood Mathematics Mrs. Donnette Dean Mathematics Mr. Larry Demattei Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris Social Studies Business Photography 68Make Up Our 1987-1988 Faculty Mr. Jerry Eader Mr. Dan Fiori Science Industrial Arts Mrs. Sandra Fiori Mr. Paul Grammer Miss Dolores Grosco Spanish Social Studies Business, Attendance Social Studies Driver’s Education Mrs. Sharon Helleny Mr. Donald Hobbs Guidance Industrial Arts Home Economics 69Mr. Harold Hood Industrial Arts Miss Alice Hrovatich Business, Computers Mr. Charles Iclase English, Speech Mr. George Karoski Driver’s Education Physical Education Mrs. JoLinda Marlow English Two outstanding teachers at F.C.H.S. arc brothers Mr. G. Warren and Mr. T. Warren. 70Mr. Steve Pasko Industrial Arts Miss Jane Perr English, French Mr. John Reach Building Trades Mr. Tim Ricci Health, Physical Education Mr. Don Rice Alternative ClassroomTeaching Is a World Mrs. Mary Rich Mr. Pat Sipes Mr. Charles Smith Home Economics Electronics Guidance Industrial Arts Mr. Richard Stritzel Mr. Kevin Toney Mrs. Susan Wall Mathematics Special Education English. REDBIRD NOTES 72for the Imaginative Mr. Gary Warren Science Mr. Tim Weaver Business Mr. Terry Warren Government Practical Law Mr. Dan Weakly Auto Mechanics Mrs. Debbie Wells Mr. Ron Winter Home Economics Driver’s Education Mrs. Mary Jane York Nursing Mrs. H. Batts and Mr. D. Lee check schedules for picture day.FCHS’s Favorites Favorite Male Movie Star 1. Tom Cruise 2. Eddie Murphy 3. Matthew Broderick Favorite Female Movie Star 1. Jennifer Grey 2. Goldie Hawn 3. Tawny Kataine Favorite Movie 1. Dirty Dancing 2. Top Gun 3. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Favorite TV Show 1. Moonlighting 2. The Cosby Show 3. Family Ties Favorite Male TV Star 1. Bruce Willis 2. Michael J. Fox 3. Bill Cosby Favorite Female TV Star 1. Cybill Shepherd 2. Alyssa Milano 3. Justine Bateman Favorite Musical Group 1. Whitesnake 2. Van Halen 3. Huey Lewis and the News Favorite Male Singer 1. Bruce Springsteen 2. Richard Marx 3. Jon Bon Jovi Favorite Female Singer 1. Whitney Houston 2. Tiffany 3. Samantha Fox Favorite Song 1. Could’ve Been — Tiffany 2. Here I Go Again — Whitesnake 3. Forever and Ever Amen — Randy Travis Favorite Album 1. Whitesnake 2. Hysteria — Def Leppard 3. Slippery When Wet — Bon Jovi 1 Electronics students take a break from their studies. The Art class works on pencil sketches.q zation K part in the students' lives. This participation t the students to develop important values such as leadership and responsibility that will be beneficial to the students in the years after high school. At F.C.H.S., there arc several different organizations to meet the need of each individual student. One of the most important qualities a student gains through participating in an organization is the ability to work togethenwith others as a unit to reach a goal. The clubs and organizations of F.C.H.S. serve our community and also provide the students with a much needed break from their studies and other school pressurcsT Our clubs and organizations are sponsored by teachers and local associations. The teachers devote a lot of their extra time to .their clu ST- Many of the organizations raise money for their groups by .jiving .tundraising projects — over concessions during an athletic cv| i L I ■■ 75REDBIRD ANNUAL — J. Kondritz, M. Glodich, V. York. M. Donkin, J. Hogg, J. Willis, A. Lintner, Mrs. Batts, B. Reach, G. Johnston, A. Scobby. J. Karnes, M. Karoski, M. Donkin, L. McPhail, A. Willmorc. The 1987-1988 Editor was B. J. Reach, and the Associate Editor Seniors Editors — A. Willmorc and J. Karnes, was Matt Donkin.The purpose of the Redbird Annual is to present pictorially the events of a school year. STAFF MEMBERS — J. Hogg, A. Lintner, J. Willis, (J. Johnston. Advertising Editors — M. Glodich and J. Kondritz The staff has put in long hours planning and preparing the Redbird Annual. A yearbook staff must be congenial, discerning, and responsible. Organization Editors — M. Karoski and A. Scobby The editor-in-chief is the most important member of the staff, responsible only to the advisor. STAFF MEMBERS — V. York, M. Donkin, L. McPhailRedbird Notes is an organization composed of several dedicated students who work with each other to put out nine issues per year. Each issue of the Redbird Notes is circulated to F.C.H.S. students along with selected local and regional businesses. The school newspaper is also sent to other high schools in three states and to two prisons. The Redbird Notes editing staff has also put in long hours after school to serve the school and community with an informative and entertaining newspaper. Mrs. Susan Wall is the advisor to the Redbird Notes staff. This is her first year advising the staff. The Redbird notes consists of news about F.C.H.S., both serious and humorous editorials, entertaining feature stories, pictorial pages, and sports stories. Aside from learning about journalism, the students learned how to operate TRS-80 computers. Editor-in-Chief — Ben Foster REDBIRD NOTES — Row 1: L. Watkins, C. Lee, T. Aaron. Row 2: L. Galbraith. A. Scrivner, Mrs. S. Wall, L. Simmons, S. Orr. Row 3: J. Austin, S. Trotter. Row 4: S. Steinmetz, T. Arvicw, A. Blades.F.T.A. — Row 1: P. Kirkman, M. Glodich, C. Sanders, C. Lee, B. McGhee, G. Reed, K. Levanti. Row 2: H. Layman, T. Hungate, K. Thomas, J. Chismar. M. Richey, B. Fisher, E. GofT, B. Young, M. Leek, K. Brooks, L. Hammers. Row 3: Mrs. Blackwood, L. Patterson, D. Shelton, C. Varis, C. McPhail, M. Karoski, J. Orr, J. Reynolds, C. Hogan. 79OFFICERS — Row I: C. Lee. Pres., L. Jude. Sec. Row 2: L. Fichiel, V. Pres., J. Chismar. Hist. Row 3: S. Orr, Treas. SUB DEBS — Row I: Mrs. York, R. Frazier, T. Mondino, B. Nolen, K. Crawford, L. Smothers, J. Kondritz, Ms. Smith. Row 2: A. Scobby, M. Taylor, L. Lewis, J. C hismar, B. Young, C. Lee. Row 3: L. Fichtel, N. Garrett, K. Ford, S. Orr, L. Galbraith, A. Lcflcr, L. Jude. Row 4: K. Klimowicz, T. Biggs, J. UiMar, S. Steinmetz, S. Rice, M. Karoski, M. Walton, C. McPhail.KEY C LUB — Row I: Mr. Ielasc, J. Ford, S. Cowan, S. Willmorc, T. Aaron, B. Lawrence, S. Harriss, M. Intravaia, J. Overturf, Mr. Weaver. Row 2: K. Cloc, D. Broy, D. Fichtcl, A. Wolfe, D. Odlc, B. Laurenti, A. Willmorc. D. Cloe, M. Pappas. Row 3: H. Moffett. R. Rao. M. Clults, J. Sanders, M. Donkin, D. Giacone, P. Moak, S. Trotter, J. Gclso, D. Sanders. A. Woods. Row 4: S. Linn, M. Moffett, J. Henson, B. Reach, D. Davis, A. Darnell, G. Johnston. T. Weaver, M. Johnson, W. Yadro, M. Burke. OFFICERS — A. Willmorc, Pres., B. Reach, V. Pres., M. Clutts, Trcas., G. Johnston, Sec. 81HONOR SOCIETY — Row 1: K. Thomas, P. Kirkman, T. Mondino, B. Pohl, E. Goff, L. Jude. Row 2: T. Clark, A. Willmore, J. Pulliam, H. Layman, G. Russell, S. Harriss, R. Mathis, J. Willis. Row 3: Mrs. Wall, A. Henson, T. Story, B. Reach, G. Johnson, M. Wicker, J. Karnes, Mr. Iclasc. OFFICE WORKERS — Row 1: C. Sanders, L. Hood, L. Gentry, B. Fisher, M. McClement, D. Herbert, C. Lee, K. Stanislawski, T. Rumscy. Row 2: K. Thomas, M. Partak, J. Weaver, S. Woolard, S. Johnson, J. Davis, B. Pohl, E. GofT, M. Pappas, M. Bromley. Row 3: M. Christian, K. Lovan, T. Adkins, S. James, B. McGhee, J. Lamar, P. Miller, J. Karnes, B. Young, A. Fries. Row 4: J. Orr, K. Klimowicz, M. Karoski, R. Knight, T. Story, R. Burke, P. Pugh, A. Henson, B. Weakly, D. Shelton. 82SPEECH TEAM — Row 1: T. Clark, B. Young, H. Gordon, S. Holder. Row 2: P. Calonne, C. Lee, J. Willis, K. Crawford, B. Fisher, Mr. lelase. Row 3: M. Partak, A. Scrivner, M. Christian, K. Klimowicz, K. Richerson, S. Spicer, A. Scobby. Row 4: M. Donkin. D. Stowers, J. Reynolds, T. Story, D. Odle, J. Willis. Over the past three years, the F.C.H.S. Speech Team has continued to grow to be a very competitive school in a field of more than twenty other schools in the area. The team has had numerous winners over the past three years, even though the showings were low in number this year. There are, however, a couple of state hopefuls this year, and the team really appreciates all of the support it has received. F.C.H.S. should be proud to have this team representing them in these area-wide competitions. The fifteen or so members have worked very hard this year to prepare for the season, the longest of all other extra-curricular activities. The team has high expectations for this year, and years to come. Special thanks go to Mr. lelase for doing such a fantastic job of starting the team three years ago and molding it into what it is today. Jonathon Willis placed fourth at the I.H.S.A. Championship in the Radio Speaking event. 83NIKE CLUB — Row I: D. Hood, M. Richey, L. Lawrence, C. Hogan, T. Davis, C. Lee, A. Essick, L. Jude, L. Watkins. Row 2: A. Blades, S. King. B. Fisher, C. Ambos, C. Smith, L. Lewis, J. Chismar. M. Walton, H. Smith, S. Hobbs. M. Donkin, Mrs. Dorris. Row 3: Ms. Orosco, J. Weaver, B. Corley, A. Scrivner, S. Holder, J. Wallace, C. Karch, P. Pugh, L. Jones, L. Patterson, A. Lefler, H. Layman, L. Ray. OFFICERS — J. Chismar, See.; L. Watkins, Treas.; L. Lawrence, Pres.; M. Glodich, V. Pres. 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 is sponsored by the F.C.H.S. Business Department and is headed by Miss Dolores Groscoand Mrs. Mary Ellen Dorris. The organization is sponsored by the Business and Professional Women’s Club of West Frankfort, who give a part for the graduating members and provide an annual scholarship to a deserving senior. The club meets on the third Thursday of each month. The students enjoy many projects and activities during the year. They listen to interesting guest speakers, work ball game concessions, and have holiday parties. 84STUDENT COUNCIL— Row I: T. Mondino. S. Woolard, N. Sievcking, H. Norman, A. Melvin. Row 2: L. Hammers. D. Murphy, L. Fichtel, C. Hogan, T. Aaron, B. Pohl, K. Brooks. Row 3: C. McPhail, M. Leek, J. Lamar, J. Orr. M. Pappas, N. Garrett, B. Knight. Row 4: M. Donkin, D. Odle, B. Reach, G. Johnston, D. Davis, J. Willis, H. Riddle. OFFICERS — J. Willis, Pres., D. Davis, V. Pres., B. Reach, Trcas., L. Fichtel, Sec. The Student Council completely reorganized this year. This was primarily due to two things. One was the new advisor, Mr. Dave McHaney. With his help, the Student Council was very active this year in conducting student activities and projects. The second thing was the selection of Student Council members by the student body last year. The council had students who were willing to work and sacrifice their time to help with the many activities the Council was involved in. Something the Council renewed this year was joining the District of Student Councils of our area. This new branch of members will expand the Council’s ability to serve the student body. The Council fulfilled its other yearly duties such as leading homecoming activities, putting up Christmas decorations, having dances, and collecting donations for the mentally handicapped children. The Student Council hope that any new traditions they have started will continue for years to come. 85SCIENCE CLUB (JRS.. SRS.) — Row I: J. Weaver, T. Carter, T. Clark, B. Young. Row 2. B. McGhee, R. Sanders, A. Essick, J. Chismar. T. Mondino, C. Lee, L. Jude, L. Fichtel, V. Merkx, C. Lee, H. Layman. Row 3: M. Pappas. S. Harriss, G. Russell, A. Wolfe, P. Erthall, J. Dodd, J. Williams, G. Thomas, D. Lee. B. Pohl, S. Willmore. Row 4: J. Willis, C. McPhail. J. Davis. T. Story, A. Henson. M. Leek, N. Osterhout, A. Leflcr. L. Jones, H. Moflet, J. Laswcll, A. Willmore. Row 5: D. Davis, S. Cima. M. Payne. M. Johnson, T. Weaver. M. Periman, T. Arview. R. Rao, B. Reach, B. Nolen, B. Weakly, B. Whittington. OFFICERS — A. Willmore, Sec.; T. Clark, V. Pres.; S. Harriss, Pres.; G. Russell, Treas. 86SCIENCE CLUB (FRESH., SOPH.) — Row I: L. Smothers, C. Layman, B. Fisher, C. Odle, L. McPahil, S. Holder, H. Gordan, C. C’alcaterra, Mrs. Stevens. Row 2: A. Melvin, K.. Levanti, C. Burton, K. Brooks, A. Lintncr, P. Calonne, R. Davis, D. Griffin, L. Hammers. Row 3: J. Willis, A. Scrivncr, M. Christian, D. Stowers, A. Shelby, J. Rioux, H. Smith, K. Ford, N. Garrett, C. Hogan. Row 4: Mr. Eadcr, M. Buffington, D. Odle, J. Renolds, T. Davis, M. Walton, N. McClellan, B. Johnson, T. Aaron, J. Graskewicz. The Science Club is the largest organization at F.C.H.S. It is made up of a group of ninety students interested in developing the Science Department to its fullest extent. The sponsors are Mrs. Stevens, Mr. Eader, and Mr. Warren. The Science Club, represented by Beth Young, received the grand prize in the Homecoming Talent Show. They also won 3rd place in the Homecoming Parade for their “mad scientist” float. With the money from sales and raffles, the Science Club was able to buy equipment for the Science Department. Also with this money the Science Club went on a skiing trip at Paoli Peeks, Ind. The Science Club sponsors the F.C.H.S. science fair, which is made up of the grade schools, the junior high, St. John’s and there were many participants. In all the Science Club had a very active year. The “mad scientists” float wins 3rd place in the Homecoming Parade. A. Willmore experiences one law of physics during Science Club outing.The Scholar Bowl is one of our newest organizations. This year it has a new sponsor, Mrs. Susan Wall. The Scholar Bowl is made up of students who think and react quickly. These students compose a Varsity and a Junior Varsity which compete against different schools in our area. The Scholar Bowl has done very well in its first two years. It placed in the quarter finals in the sectional Scholastic Bowl Tournament at Mt. Vernon last year. It has competed twice in the Scholastic Hi-Q which is aired on television. The Scholar Bowl has also competed twice in the Southern Illinois Scholar Bowl Competition at John A. Logan College. It has placed high in both tournaments. F.C.H.S. is very proud of their Scholar Bowl, and we hope they continue to do well in the future. VARSITY SCHOLAR BOWL —Row 1: B Pohl.J. Williams. Row 2: A. Henson. G. Thomas, M. Donkin. Row 3: T. Story, R. Thomas. Mrs. Wall. Row 4: C. Gossett, M. Pcriman. JUNIOR VARSITY SCHOLAR BOWL — Row I: R. Davis, Mrs. Wall, A. Scobby. Row 2: M. Donkin, M. Christian. J. Herrell, A. Scrivner, O. Miner. Row 3: J. Renolds, B. Johnson. Row 4: S. Trotter, B. Laurenti, D. Odle. 88PRINCIPLES OF TECHNOLOGY — Row 1: M. Intravaia, J. Herrell, S. Trotter, J. Karnes, S. James, J. Sword. Row 2: A. Wolfe, M. Burke, T. Somers, M. Chance, B. Weakley, M. Clutts. Row 3: M. Wicker, M. Harriss, M. Trone, A. Darnell, G. Johnston, P. Morgan, S. Cima. ADV. ELECTRONICS — Row 1: A. Wolfe, G. Melvin. Row 2: A. Woods, M. Chance, J. Karnes. Row 3: J. McElyca, G. Sims, W. Yadro, M. McCormick. Row 4: M. Wicker, T. Sigler, T. Weaver, G. Johnston, M. Johnson, S. Cima. 89BUILDING TRADES — Row 1: B. Dorris, R. Gardner, S. Engler, D. CIoc, B. Helfrich. Row 2: Mr. Reach, T. Taylor, R. Weaver, J. Gass, K. Griffin. Building Trades Is Useful to All 90DRAFTING IV — Row 1: M. Oster, S. Volanski. Row 2: C. Senior draftsmen, S. Volanski, J. Wyciskalla, S. Tyler, learn Hawkins, Mr. Fiori, J. Wyciskalla. Row 3: M. Clutts, J. Lingle. drafting skills for their future. Row 4: T. Weaver. MACHINE SHOP — Row I: T. Taylor, R. Neibch, J. Beavers. Row 2: Mr. Pasko, C. McEIyea, R. Wilkerson, J. Wilce, R. York, D. Bean. 91VOC. AUTO — Row 1: C. Yocum, S. Volanski, N. Hall, J. Smith, J. Karnes. J. Melvin, M. McCormick, E. Rich. Row 2: R. Jude. R. York, M. Morris. T. Costellia, J. Calcatcrra, T. Sigler, R. Wilkerson, Mr. Weakly. VOC. AUTO — Row I: J. Wilce, R. Hall. D. Bean. S. Griffith, J. Beavers. Row 2: C. Weaver, B. Weakly, C. Ogden, R. Neibch. C. Richcrson, Mr. Weakly. 92ADV. WELDING — Row 1: L. Miller, M. Slanislawski, A. Podnar, S. O'Danicl. Row 2: M. Murphy, R. Ncibch, C. Ogden. J. Griffin, Mr. Hobbs. F.F.A. — A. Podnar, R. Seeds, J. Karnes, S. O’Daniel. J. Griffin, Mr. Hobbs.YOUTH BOARD — Row I: T. Filkins, H. Walthes, S. King, M. Glodich, Mr. Murphy. Row 2: S. Hobbs, B. Fisher. Row 3: C. McPhail, S. Mitchell, N. Osterhout, B. Pohl, M. Wicker, R. Burke. ART CIRCLE — Row 1: Mr. Murphy, R. Strange, M. McClcmcnt, B. Crawford, T. McCoy. Row 2: K. King, N. Osterhout, B. Lawrence, H. Walthes. Row 3: B. Pohl, M. Buffington, M. Smothers, J. Allen. 94FRENCH CLUB — Row I: S. Harkins, J. Weaver, P. Pugh, B. Crowder, L. Ncibcl. Row 2: V. Culpepper, B. Watkins, C. Am bos, C. Smith, J. Nicholson, B. McGhee, C. Wyatt. Row 3: Ms. Pcrr, H. Layman, J. Pulliam, R. Knight, R. Sanders, G. Reed, C. Lee. JUNIORETTES — Row I: E. Riddle, H. Layman, B. Fisher. Row 2: Mrs. Brown. Row 3: S. Gass, S. Spicer, L. Lawrence, H. Mitchell. Row 4: L. Ray, S. Mitchell, A. Scrivner. 95ALPHA — Row I: T. Clark, A. Willmorc, S. Stcinmetz, A. Paulk, T. Biggs. J. Willis, B. Young. Row 2: T. Rumsey, J. Dodd, M. Johnson, S. Cima, D. Lee, G. Russell, S. Harriss, M. Pappas, B. J. Reach. Row 3: Mrs. Hellcny, M. Richey, T. Story, A. Darnell, S. Orr, M. Wicker, M. Moffett, C. Lee, H. Moffett, Mr. Clark. ALPHA stands for Adolescents Learning Positive Health Alternatives. The purpose of the group is to provide information on substance and substance abuse to the Freshman class. The members present this information one day a week for nine weeks to the World History Classes. The sponsor of the organization is Mrs. Sharon Helleny, and the assistant sponsor this year has been Mr. George Clark. The sponsors and the members spend many personal hours organizing presentation, attending conferences, and sponsoring substance-free activities. The ALPHA Leaders hope that by being substance-free, their peers will follow their examples. The ALPHA Leaders are very productive members of the high school community. OFFICERS — A. Willmore, Pres.; B. J. Reach, v. Pres.; T. Clark. T reas. Sec. 96F.II.A. — Row I: Mrs. Wells, K. Slanislawski, T. Wagner, J. Kondritz, S. Barnett, K. Adams, R. Stanley, Mrs. Rich. Row 2: M. Melvin, M. Hoppers, M. Browning, Ina Stanley, J. Avery, M. Glodich, A. Ledbetter. Row 3: S. Hobbs, Ida Stanley, P. Browning, B. Crowder, A. Burns, K. Brooks, H. Linton. Row 4: A. Brannon, L. Lawrence, V. York, L. Ray, S. Mitchell, Leslie Mosscr, Lisa Mosser, V. Lawrence, D. Hood. F.H.A. stands for Future Homemakers of America. The overall goal of this organization is to help teenage girls and boys improve personal, family, and community living now and in the future. In doing so, these goals foster the ideas of leadership, fellowship, courage and hope for tomorrow. The F.H.A. started this year with a new member picnic to welcome all new members. This organization has several projects and special events that they do during the school year. A few of these special events include nursing home visits, Halloween caroling, and a Mother-Daughter Banquet. Along with these events, they also celebrate national F.H.A. Week in April, and they have guest speakers at monthly meetings. They also hold an American Cancer Society drive. There are twenty to twenty-five members in the F.H.A., and the sponsors arc Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Rich. F.H.A. OFFICERS — Row I: Mrs. Wells, J. Kondritz, Sec.; Mrs. Rich. Row 2: M. Browning, Pres.; V. Lawrence, Rec. Dir. Row 3: S. Hobbs. V. Pres.; L. Lawrence, Trcas.; P. Browning, P.R. 97F.C.H.S. COOKS — B. McCarty, M. Vaughn, K. Murphy. Cafeteria Serves Students and Faculty Well CAFETERIA CLUB — J. Morgan, J. Griffin, R. Williams. 98NURSING I — Row 1: S. Barnett, K.. Adams, T. Tevdovich. Row 2: C. Cameron, Mrs. York, R. Stanley. Row 3: S. Williams, L. Walters. Row 4: M. Arview, V. York, L. Jude, L. Mosser. VOC. NURSING_______Row 1: D. Bratcher, M. Gosnell. Row 2: T. Dover, S. Yarbrough, Mrs. York, S. Mitchell. T. Wagner. Row 3. C . Groves, T. Orr. Row 4: C. Varis, P. Pugh, L. Ligon, K. Thomas. 99THESPIANS - Row I: M. Richey, T. Clark, Mr. Iclase. Row 2. J. Willis, K. Richerson, B. Fisher, B. Pohl, C. Heyder, E Dalton J Jones. Row 3: Mr. McHaney, K. Klimowicz, S. Spicer, C. Carter, V. Simpson, B. Knight, B. Mitchell. 100CHORUS — Row I: C. Sanders. A. Karrol, T. Clark, A. Estel, A. Willmorc, J. Thorpe, G. Russell, J. Jones, S. Spicer, S. Cook. A. Bayless, C. West. Row 2: B. Young, K. Levanli, K. Richerson. L. Lawrence, D. Shelton. D. Odlc, J. Sanders, S. Wicker, H. Mitchell, J. Willis, R. Davis. Row 3: C. Mize, S. Kohzadi, A. Newman. T. Dover, J. Willis, R. Thomas, B. Snyder, C. Griffin, D. Sanders, A. Fries, S. Griffith, A. Wilburn, Mr. McHancy. J. Griffin and R. Davis had the lead roles in the Sound of Music. OFFICERS — S. Cook. Trcas.; R Thomas. Pres.; T. Clark, V. Pres.; D. Shelton, Libr.; D. Odlc, Sec. 101DRUMS — Row I: R. Sword. R. Davis. Row 2: J. Willis, B. Watkins. Row 3: B. Mitchell, D. Sanders, S. Alexander. BAND — Row I: B. Young, C. Calcaterra, A. Scobby. Row 2: A. Estel, A. Key, A. Taylor. S. Willis, A. Darnell, R. Davis, T. James, S. Alexander, J. Kondritz, D. Shoraga, L. Gentry. Row 3: J. Mitchell, B. Mitchell, R. Sword, T. Adkins. S. Pulliam, B. Sinks, B. Watkins, J. Willis, D. McRoy, T. Allen, J. Avery. Row 4: S. Lipe. M. Butler, K. Richerson, S. Cook, M. Taylor, J. Bartoni, G. Campbell. R. Bennett, D. Allois, S. Willmore, M. Cook, M. Adkins, L. McPhail. Row 5: S. Spicer, D. Sanders. N. McClellan, S. Mitchell, J. Sanders. C. Holloway, R. Wilkerson, J. Williams, D. Odlc, A. Fries, J. Sword, Mr. McHancy, S. Gass.FLAG CORPS — Row I: L. McPhail. Row 2: A. Estcl. S. Lipc. Row 3: J. Avery. S. Gass, S. Spicer, L. Gentry. Row 4: J. Mitchell. The band, one of the busiest organizations, has added flare and charm to F.C.H.S. By entertaining with field shows and pep bands and performances at home basketball games, the band boasts the Redbird spirit. The band represented F.C.H.S. in six parades and they received a first place in the Great Lakes Parade in Marion. After an active marching season, the band is busy with their concert style music. The band presented a Christmas concert and a spring concert. They performed in a new Christmas production, Cradle the King; in the popular fall musical, The Sound of Music; and the spring musical, A Funny Thing Happened. Directed by Mr. Dave McHaney, they did six performances in The Blast of the Fast, performed in all School Musical Demonstration and at the 1988 graduation ceremonies. This year, from fundraisers and donations, the band was able to buy new tuxedos for their male members. F.C.H.S. is proud of their band and its accomplishments. Drum Majors — B. Young. A. Scobby 103CONCERT BAND — Row 1: R. Sword, S. Alexander. J. Willis, J. Sword, M. Adkins. D. Shoraga. Row 2: C. Calcatcrra, A. Key, L. Gentry, A. Taylor. B. Watkins. M. Cook, G. Campbell, A. Darnell, B. Young. A. Scobby, J. Kondritz. Row 3: S. Willis, B. Mitchell, T. Allen. D. McRoy, S. Willmore, S. Gass, K. Richcrson, B. Sinks. T. James. Row 4: S. Cook, T. Adkins, S. Pulliam, J. Sanders, S. Spicer, R. Bennct, M. Butler, D. Aloise. M. Taylor, R. Davis. Row 5: A. Fries. D. Sanders, J. Mitchell, C. Holloway, N. McClellan, J. Williams, R. Wilkerson, S. Mitchell, D. Odlc, J. Bartoni. Mr. McHancy. B. Young takes her music seriously. I OFFICERS— Row 1: S. Willmore, Pres.; J. Kondritz, Treas.; S. Cook, Libr. Row 2: C. Calcaterra, Sec.; D. Odlc, V. Pres.; N. McClellan, Libr. 104SWING CHOIR — Row I: G. Russell, B. Young, T. Clark, D. Odle. Row 2: C. Griffin, K. Richerson, A. Willmore. J. Willis, J. Sanders. Row 3: S. Wicker, B. Snyder, L. Lawrence, R. Thomas, K. Levanti, J. Willis, R. Davis. The Madrigal-Swing Choir is an elite group of sixteen voices who specialize in 16th Century Music from the beginning of school to December. From January to the end of school, they specialize in Broadway style music complete with dance routines. The group was first started in the fall of 1984 as an extracurricular group but now meets on a daily class basis. The costumes pictured here are authentic replicas of clothing worn by Madrigals in the 15th-16th centuries. They were designed by Mr. McHaney. This group is required to participate in all major performances by the FCHS Music Department. This year major performances included: SOUND of MUSIC, CRADLE THE KING, an annual Christmas concert, a spring concert, BLAST of the PAST, the all school music demonstration, and the spring musical, A FUNNY THING HAPPENED WHILE WE WERE on BROADWAY. This group presents more out-of-school performances than any other extra-curricular group. SWING CHOIR OFFICERS — Row I: T. Clark, Sec.; J. Willis, Treas.; G. Russell, V. Pres. Row 2: A. Willmore, Pres.; K. Richerson, Lib.; R. Davis, Lib.MADRIGALS — Row 1: T. Clark, L. Lawrence, R. Davis, B. Young. Row 2: K. Richcrson, K. Levanti, S. Wicker, J. Willis. Row 3: G. Russell, A. Will more, D. Odlc, J. Willis. Row 4: J. Sanders, R. Thomas, B. Snyder. Mr. D. McHancy puts many long hours into our Music department. The F.C.H.S. Swing Choir practices their version of the “William Tell Overture”. D. Shelton, J. Willis, and K. Richcrson arc three members of the F.C.H.S. Swing Choir. J. Willis “tickles the ivory” during lunch hour. 106T. Arvicw in typing class. Office workers before the camera. K. Lovan and L. Gentry in main office. F H.A. in Homecoming Parade. 1071987 Homecoming Dance 1987-88 Vocational Nurses Science Fair '88 J. Hogg and Mother Mary Lou. 108MHLET7CC Athletics played a part in the life of almost every student at FCHS. Sporting events were played or enjoyed hv the majority of students. Athletics have encouraged academics, friendships, and school spirit among j,h$ tudenpho M S FCHS ha$ eleven sports for boys and girls. The boys can participate in football, golf, basketball, wrestling, track, and baseball. The girls can take part in volleyball. basketball, track, cross-country, and softball. Our school competes in the South Seven Conference as the smallest class AA school. This year FCHS saw many new faces in the field of athletics. Mr. D vid Lee became the new athletic director. The girls’Vbasketball coach was Mr. John Robinson. The sophomore basketball position was given to Mr. Keith Griffith. Mr. Kevin Toney became the freshman football coach. The junior varsity baseball squad had a new coach, Mr. George Karoski. Cross-country was reintroduced, coached by Mr. Don Rice. Many exciting triumphs and defeats made this year in sports “A Time to Remember.” 109VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — Kneeling: Mgr. M. Donkin, M. Renner, D. Fort, B. Dorris, S. Englcr, D. Cloe, M. Peters, B. Helfrich, A. Sloan. B. Sloan. Row 1: M. Pappas, J. Easley, J. McElyea, T. Adkins, J. Tango, D. Giacone, J. Ovcrturf, D. Broy, A. Willmore, K. Cloe, H. Moffett. Row 2: Coach Warren, J. Willis, B. Wall, A. Wolfe, S. Sapp, M. Moffett, B. J. Reach, B. Weakly, N. Hall, B. Nolen, G. Melvin, G. Henderson, Coach Reach, Coach Sloan. Row 3: K. Blades, E. Warren, P. Humphrey, D. Davis. T. Weaver, G. Johnston, A. Darnell, M. Harris, J. Linglc, S. Mocaby, M. Chance. This year’s season was one in which our opponents were all playofT bound. Six of our nine opponents participated in post season play. We played with a great deal of enthusiasm, and we were determined to play to the best of our ability. The seniors closed out their playing days with a victory, and the juniors developed needed skills for their last chance to win the conference championship. Head Varsity Football Coach Gary Warren said, “We felt that the football season was a success in that these young men realize that an extra effort is needed in those battles that are fought off the playing field. They realize that life is a big challenge just as the game of football is a big challenge. Hopefully, this aspect of the game of football will be carried on with them through life.” 1987 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Rcdbirds Opponents 0 DuQuoin 35 0 Centralia 24 0 Mt. Vernon 29 22 Harrisburg 55 9 Benton 6 14 Herrin 7 0 Carbondalc 49 14 Marion 49 20 Johnston City 7 110TEAM CAPTAIN — Senior Quarterback Danny Broy Senior Tackle Joe Linglc Senior End Greg Johnston Senior Wide Receiver Tyler Weaver TEAM CAPTAIN — Senior Center Marcus Chance Senior Guard Sean Mocaby Senior Fullback Brett Weakly Senior Running Back Dave Cloe Senior Tailback Mike Pappas Senior End B. J. Reach Senior Ranker Dennon Davis Senior Guard Dave Giacone 111Senior End Marly Moffett Senior Tackle Jeff Tango Senior Linebacker Steve Engler Senior End Scott Sapp Senior Tailback Allan Willmore Senior Guard Jonathon Willis Senior Tailback Brian Dorris Senior Tailback Kevin Blades Senior Guard Tom Adkins Head Coach G. Warren arrives for practice. D. Davis goes in motion. 112JUNIOR BACKS — M. Renner, J. Overturf, G. Melvin, K. Cloe, B. Helfrich. JUNIOR RECEIVERS — Row 1: J. Easley, H. MofTett, B. Wall. Row 2: B. Nolen, G. Henderson, N. Hall. A. Wolfe. JUNIOR LINEMEN — Row 1: M. Peters, M. Harriss, D. Fort. Row 2: J. McElyea, E. Warren, A. Darnell, P. Humphrey.SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM — Kneeling: Mascot N. Taylor. Row 1: Coach Eader, S. Jent, J. Ford, L. Hammers, B. Nolen, J. Shelby, C. Russell, M. Reed, L. Hood, O. Miner, Coach Toney. Row 2: Coach Taylor, J. Mohring, C. Spence, R. Ramsey, A. Burke, M. Burke, M. Staten, C. Romack, C. Hanna. Row 3: C. Holloway, D. Ellis, M. Scolari, J. Summers, H. Ncibch, J. Maddox, M. Buffington, J. Allen, J. Gclso, J. McCrecry. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — Row I: T. VanZandt, W. Frampton, C. Broy, D. Essary, B. Sinks, R. Zeboski, T. Grimes, Coach Taylor. Row 2: P. Skuta, J. Grace, C. Mcnces, S. Mize, B. Richardson, M. Adkins, M. Cook, J. Lindsey, Coach Eader. Row 3: S. Richcrson, T. Willmorc, B. Owens, S. Tanner, D. Uhls, H. Riddle, A. Dorris, S. Schloss, Coach Toney. 114CROSS COUNTRY — Row 1: L. McPhail, S. Johnson, C. Lee. Row 2: C. Griffin, R. Mathis. S. Grimes, J. Dodd. J. Britton. S. James. Row 3: B. Blakcy, Coach Rice, C. Gossett, R. Thorpe, J. Maragni, J. Stanley. B. Weakly lead blocks for D. Broy. S. MoCaby shows his intensity. 115VARSITY GOLF TEAM: T. Aaron, A. Woods, M. Clutts, T. Sigler, B. Whittington, T. Somers, S. Mason, Coach Karoski. A JUNIOR VARSITY GOLF TEAM Karoski, D. Shoraga. - .v - . St’ • - . J. Harkins, B. Lawrence, L. Ogden, S. Alexander, B. Laurenti, S. Mills, T. Julian, Coach 116Senior Golfer Mike Clutts Senior Golfer Tom Somers B. Whittington chips onto the green. The 1987 Redbird golfers enjoyed another winning season, but the loss of four starters from the 1986 team left the Redbirds with the task of rebuilding the 1987 team around two returning varsity team members. After many hours of practice and dedication, the team finished with a 35-25-2 season, highlighted by a first place finish at the Marion Invitational Tournament. This year’s team advanced one member to the sectional; it was Senior Mike Clutts. Coach Karoski commented about the team, “They were a hard working group of kids and put a lot of time and effort into this season.” T. Somers tees off. M. Clutts recognized as a Senior golfer.GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: M. Taylor, J. Williams, T. Stoner. Row 2: D. Lee, K. Crawford J Anderson a Paulk. Row 3: S. Mitchell, B. Pohl, E. Goff, T. Filkins. Row 4: K. Rioux. ’ ' ’ A GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Row 1: S. Gass, A. Melvin, M. Walton, M. Taylor, H. Smith, M. Boyd. Row 2: J. Rioux, A. Bums, K. Boyd, M. Mocaby, T. Allen, Coach Murphy. Row 3: R. Lee, J. Bartoni, M. Butler. 118Senior — Tracy Filkins This year’s Volleyball Team enjoyed a very successful season. Their final record was 27-3. This team had many accomplishments: winning the South Seven Conference Championship and finishing second in the Eldorado Invitational. Coach Tim Murphy said about his team, “We started the season with a lot of hope and goals. We ended the season with a lot of pride and accomplishments.” Senior — Angie rauiK Senior — Billie Jo Pohl SOUTH SEVEN CHAMPIONS Senior — Tracey Stoner Senior — Elizabeth GofT 119J. Williams goes for the kill. Coach Reach readies his “creatures" for the game. D. Cloc breaks free of the opposition. Redbird coaches watch the game intensely. 120Coach Murphy discusses the game plan with T. Stoner and J. B. Weakly carries the ball for an extra yard. Williams. 121BOY’S VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: Mgr. Robert Weaver, D. Sanders, J. Henson, S. Cima, G. Melvin, K. Cloe, M. Pappas, M. Johnson, Mgr. B. Henson. Row 2: Coach Lee, Mgr. M. Donkin, J. Palasky, G. Palasky, C. Lemmon, G. Johnston. A. Darnell. D. Davis. M. Payne, Mgr. B. Dorris. Coach Dziadus. 1988 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Redbirds Opponents 53 Eldorado 50 51 DuQuoin 43 47 Herrin 48 41 Marion 42 35 Centralia 34 45 Harrisburg 57 39 Murphysboro 37 26 Marion 43 48 Springfield 50 54 Cairo 52 37 Benton 41 48 Carbondale 45 85 Meridian 39 62 Flora 45 51 Eldorado 50 39 Carlyle 58 43 Marion 68 59 Centralia 62 46 Mount Vernon 53 57 Harrisburg 54 38 Benton 44 46 Johnston City 30 67 Herrin 30 58 Carbondale 63 56 Marion 77 Regional Tournament 122Senior Center — Greg Senior Forward — Dennon Senior Forward — Mike Johnston Davis Payne This year’s boys’ basketball team finished the season with a record of 12-14. Despite a losing season, the Redbirds played hard and played almost every game close with some disappointing losses. The 1987-88 team was led by seniors Mike Payne, Mike Johnson, Mike Pappas, Dennon Davis, Steve Cima, and Greg Johnston. The Redbird Varsity Coach David Lee commented about his team “The 1987-88 Redbirds suffered through some injuries and close matches. I have nothing but praise for this team. These individuals were the type of players that we can be proud of.” The Redbirds had tremendous support from their red and gray clad fans. The team would like to thank the fans for their faithfulness throughout the season. 123 Senior Guard — Mike Johnson Senior Guard — Mike Pappas Senior Forward — Steve CimaJUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: J. Henson. D. Sanders, A. Burke. D. Shelton. C. Spence. J. Palasky, (». Melvin. Row 2: Mgr. B. Henson. Coach K. Toney, A. Darnell, C. Lemmon, (J. Palasky. Coach Dziadus. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: J. Ford. B. Lawrence, C. Spence, S. Mills, D. Shelton, M. Arview. Row 2: M. Burke. A. Burke, J. Summers, P. Moak, D. Ellis. C. Holloway. J. Allen, D. Pearson. 124FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: B. Blakey, T. Dorris, B. Sinks, B. Manion. A. Shelby, J. Sloan. J. Britton. Row 2: Coach Toney, S. Richerson. M. Adkins, T. Willmore, D. Christenson, M. Cook, B. Richardson. Redbirds celebrate after a close victory over the Eldorado Eagles.GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row I: Coach R. Hamilton, C. Calcatcrra, C. Lee, I. Santlcy, M. Taylor, K. Rioux, Coach Robinson. Row 2: S. Wicker, J. Rioux, I). Lee, J. Williams, J. Orr, J. Bartoni, T. Filkins. 126Senior T. Filkins in action. D. Lee goes above the defense to score. 127 Senior Guard — Tracy Filkins J. Williams drives the lane for a basket.VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row 1: B. Helfrich, L. Hammers, D. Essary, J. Tomanovich, M. Peters, E. Westray, W. Frampton. Row 2: J. Overturf, D. Cloe, S. James, M. Chance, H. Neibch, M. Harriss, J. McCreery, H. Moffett, C. Russell. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Row 1: W. Frampton, D. Essary, L. Hammers, E. Westray, R. Anderson. Row 2: C. Romack, M. Buffington, J. McCreery, P. Skuta, J. Mohring. 128Seniors Wrestler — Marcus Chance Senior Wrestler — Dave Cloe Wrestlers Have A Fine Season W. Frampton and M. Chance South-Seven Conference Champions.1987 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: Mgr. M. McElwrath, C. Spence, J. Overturf, B. Dorris, J. McLain, G. Melvin, J. Dodd, S. Grimes, Mgr. M. Donkin. Row 2: B. Poole, C. Griffin, S. Harriss, R. Mathis, C. Staten, R. Mathis, M. McPhail, A. Willmore, B. Sloan, M. Pappas, D. Broy. Row 3: Coach Sloan, Coach Reach, B. Reach, J. Thorpe, D. Ellis, J. Calcaterra, G. Johnston, M. Johnson, R. Burke, J. Melvin, S. Cima, D. Summers, Coach Warren. 1987 JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: B. Moffett, J. Maragni, M. Reed, Mgr. M. McElwrath. Row 2: J. Overturf, S. Grimes, J. Allen, S. Bcncic, M. Burke, G. Melvin, C. Spence. Row 3: Coach Sloan, Coach Reach, D. Sanders, D. Ellis, J. Summers, P. Humphrey, J. Maddox, C. Griffin, J. Dodd, J. McLain, Coach Warren. 1301987 GIRLS VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Row 1: S. Melvin, M. Boner, A. Lintner, C. Lee, L. Clark, M. Clover, K. Ford. Row 2: S. Johnson, H. Smith, C. Burton, J. Weaver, K. Levanti, C. Hogan, S. Spicer, K. Williams. Row 3: Coach Lee, Coach Moschino, L. Lawrence, M. Leek, L. Galbraith, T. Davis, C. McPhail, D. Sakonyi, J. Williams, Coach Eader, Coach Williams. 1987 GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM — Row 1: M. McClement, K. Crawford, C. Hood, K. Rioux, B- i’Af n Biggs, B Pohl, T. Stoner, M. Taylor. Row 2: J. Marvel. A. Sullivan, T. Filkins, B. Stodghill, M. Walton, H. Strain. s M ' M. Cardwell, A. Lefler, E. GofT, Coach Malkovich. 1311987 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Row 1: A. Wolfe, T M II Morthland. Row 2: M. Moffett, S. Young, R. Aiwa. M. Moschino', T Gi,?COne- T. Hermetz, D. Sanders, R. Mathis, K. Cloe, T. rne’ ’ M. Penman, J. Henson, B. Nevelle, B. Poole. 1987 JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM —Row l:j.Gelso i p c Gossett, D. Broy, D. Odle. or 1’ Trotter. Row 2: Coach Butler, B. Laurenti, J. Palasky, C. 132VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Row I: R. Frazier, C. Lee, B. Young. Row 2: L. Galbraith, S. Steinmetz, M. Leek, S. Orr, T. Biggs. SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS — Row I: C. Hogan, C. Burton. Row 2: L. Smothers, T. Davis, S. Melvin. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS — Row I: A. Pike, S. Smothers. Row 2: S. Cook, N. Sieveking, K. Brooks. 133M. Johnson shoots over an opposing player. M. Payne drives around Marions P. J. Nichols. S. Cima looks for an open man. B. Helfrich puls the “squeeze" on an opponent.Redbirds set up an in bounds play. M. Payne hands off to K. Cloe. Coach Dziadus and his J.V. Redbirds completed this season with a 13-5 record. G. Johnston works the high post. VERT Sf » The following section is demoted to illustrated advertising featuring a diversified cross-section of the business establishments and industrial concerns in the immediate area. Advertising is the backbone of our yearbook. Although funds are raised in various other ways, we must depend upon advertising as the greatest source of our funds. Without the financial help we receive from the merchants of our community, we could not afford to publish a yearbook of such high quality. We have spent much time preparing and planning the advertisement section of our yearbook, and we hope that our advertisers receive the results that they desire. The 1988 Redbird Annual staff would like to thank all of our many advertisers for their contributions and for their support.n,c Feminine Weigh A Great Way to Shape Dp 225 W. Main West Frankfort, IL We Offer: Isofirmer exercise equipment Individual Programming Trained Counselors Instruction Weekly Payment Plan Sensible Eating Plan FLOWER BOUTIQUE 400 B. West Main St. West Frankfort, IL 618-937-6168 Flowers by Cheryl Norma KARNES REAL ESTATE Main and Logan Sts. West Frankfort, IL 62896 GIBSON D. (DOUG) MARGARET KARNES BROKERS Office Phone: 618-937-4029 Home Phone: 618- 932-6086 138THE FASHION SHOP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS’ LARGEST AND FINEST STORE FOR WOMEN 11 1 E. 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Reddy, MD Mr. John Simmons Williard Strain, Management Services Dr. Don J. Webb, OD Dr. Tom Woods, DMD Wright’s Radio ShackFREEDOM TRANSPORT and REPAIR Serving the trucking industry in Southern Illinois C.C.CASTLE “THE GAME ROOM “EXPERIENCE THE FREEDOM” 618-937-6415 618-937-4179 Rt. 37 S. West Frankfort SLOAN’S HUNGRY’S GYMNASTIC PANCAKE SCHOOL HOUSE Girls and Boys: 2-18 Family Restaurant Open — 24 hours West Main Street West Frankfort Coached 4 IL State Champions Prairie State Bronze Winner — 1987 502 E. Oak St. 937-3136 937-4096DIANA TATE TUMBLING CENTER 214 W. MAIN 932-2472 NAME BRAND BOOTS AT DISCOUNT PRICES MINNETONKA MOCCASINS Training Grounds for Future Cheerleaders We Support the Redbirds! 618-937-3807 Rt. 37 I MILE SOUTH WEST FRANKFORT. IL Jim and B. J. Wilkins FRANK RUSSELL TRUCKING West Frankfort BEAUTY CENTERS Beauty Chateau 214 W. Main West Frankfort. II. Phone — 932-2653 Touch of Beauty 107 S. Emma West Frankfort, IL Phone — 932-6216 Owners: Bill Nancy Kelley 143TERRY’S BARBER SHOP STOTLAR-HERRIN LUMBER COMPANY 102 E. OAK WEST FRANKFORT DAN WELLS (618) 932-2513 MANAGER (618) 937-2800 WEST FRANKFORT COMPANY DIAL 932-6710 pnaus"" BEST WISHES TO OUR STUDENTS LETS WORK TOGETHER FOR A BETTER SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 202 WEST MAIN WEST FRANKFORT, IL CONGRESSMAN KEN GRAY M W LUMBER CO. INC. AND HOME CENTER SHELBY’S TOW SERVICE SINCE 1966 932-3083 or 932-6643 WEST FRANKFORT, IL We Accept Master Charge and Visa Gary Mences 301 S. Logan Phone: 932-351 1 West Frankfort INTERIORS 311-17 E. MAIN STREET TELEPHONE (618) 932-3265 WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896-0009 QUALITY FURNITURE, CARPET CUSTOM DRAPERIES and BEDSPREAD, WALLPAPER, ACCESSORIESWest Frankfort, Illinois A ilnlnt’a (Ehurrli 2k StJUlhTS «WM . •»««« « •aa««CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS FROM UNION PHARMACY “SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS” PHONE: 932-3963 LARRY FITZGERALD, R.Ph. WEST MAIN ST. WEST FRANKFORT, IL KATHALYNAS’ KREATIVE KITCHENS PASCHEDAG MUSIC HOUSE HOME CENTER PHONE: 932-6911 511 N. DOUGLAS 937-1892 932-3874 1102 EAST MAIN ST. WEST FRANKFORT FOOD CENTER 230 WEST CLEVELAND WEST FRANKFORT, IL CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS of 1988 PAPER PLACE RUSSELL v- STOVER CANDIES BOOK SHOP CARD SHOP GIFT SHOP 114 E. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT 932-2840 146POOL SHACK 210 S. LOGAN WEST FRANKFORT 932-2237 FEATURING DOUGHBOY POOLS — THE ORIGINAL ABOVE GROUND POOL BURGER LAND B.B.Q. and B.B.Q. BASKET RIB DINNER CHICKEN DINNER 107 S. HORN WEST FRANKFORT 932-2630 LES’ STANDARD 231 W. MAIN WEST FRANKFORT 937-9097 COMPLETE CAR CARE and AUTOMATIC CAR WASH WE BACK THE REDBIRDS WIIUAMSON €ST aBi-ShIO ’BSO DARNELL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 701 S. LOGAN WEST FRANKFORT TELEPHONES WEST FRANKFORT — 937-2495 MARION — 997-2685 MURPHY ELECTRIC ■ RESIDENTIAL ■ COMMERCIAL ■ INDUSTRIAL ■ NEW HOMES ■ OIL FIELD MAINTENANCE ELECTRIFICATION ■ COMMERCIAL LIGHTING 20 Years Experience Free Estimates 937-4218 1212 EAST MAIN WEST FRANKFORT 147RAUBACH VIDEO Overnight VCR Rental VCR’s Rent to Own Movie Rental 218 E. Main West Frankfort, IL 62896 ODUM CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. 100 E. ST. LOUIS WEST FRANKFORT, IL WALTON’S SERVICE COMPANY RADIO — TELEVISION — STEREO — Central State CB Coca-Cola 601 S. EMMA Bottling Company WEST FRANKFORT, IL BILL GLODICH HONDA Billy Mark Mike Richard Timmy Barbara Michelle “5” Sons “2” Princesses 209-17 West Main West Frankfort, IL 62896 Sales Service Phone (618) 932-6313 or 932-6644 148DEMARETTI BUICK WOULDN’T YOU REALLY RATHER HAVE A BUICK? JOE DEMARETTI 105 W. POPLAR WEST FRANKFORT 932-3419 UNION FUNERAL SERVICE JOE SABOLO JIM RICHERSON Phone: 932-3333 PIZZERIA FRANCO A FAMILY RESTAURANT 307 WEST MAIN WEST FRANKFORT, IL 937-6424 WEST FRANKFORT FRANK INTRAVAIA, OWNER TREECE DECORATING 126 E. MAIN BRIDAL REGISTRY GLASSWARE, SILVER, CHINA MARTEX, LINENS, and NORITAKE CHINA 937-1119 404 EAST MAIN STREET WEST FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS 62896 PHONE: 618-937-4771 Tradition of Quality Since 1914 E. R. BROWN FURNITURE CERAMIC LAND Owner: Candy Cross 401 E. MAIN West Frankfort Hours Mon. 9-6 Tues.-Fri. 9-4 Sat. 9-12 Full Line of: Brushes Paints Glazes Pres. WARREN E. BROWN V. Pres. MAGDALENE BROWN S.-Treas. J. SLOAN BROWN 149ALAN RAGSDALE, R.Ph. CAROLYN YOUNG KAREN HARPOOL JOYCE FOGLEMAN, R.Ph. PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 309 W. St. Louis COMPLETE WEST FRANKFORT PRESCRIPTION 937-2416 SERVICE 150WEST FRANKFORT HAIR DESIGN Tanning Bed HOURS Phone:937-4414 OWNERS 207 E. Main Tues. and Thurs. 9 AM-8 PM West Frankfort KEN NICHOLSON Wed. and Fri. 9 AM-6 PM Sat. 9 AM-5 PM ROBIN NEWMAN HOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENCY SINCE 1925 EILEEN H. LUCAS ROY E. PATTON SPUNKY AND SUSAN PATTON 309 E. MAIN ST. WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 Phone: 618-937-4000The Daily American OUR HOME TOWN ADVANTAGE 115 S. EMMA WEST FRANKFORT 932-2146 GLEN WEEKS PONTIAC-CHEVROLELT ROUTE 149 WEST WEST FRANKFORT, IL NEW USED CARS TRUCKS PARTS, SERVICE, and BODY SHOP PHONE: 618-937-2448DELAP REAL ESTATE “COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE” 413 E. MAIN STREET PHONE: 937-1203 BROKERS SALES DOROTHY BAGWALL BETSY IRBY MICKEY STAFKO KAY WINTER BRENDA WEAVER ANN HOUSE GAY WILLIAMS MONA PRITCHARD OLD BEN COAL COMPANY ILLINOIS DIVISION BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEARVisit your nearby Citicorp Savings office soon for a complete range of financial services. West Franklort: 102 N Jefferson St 1937-2491 CITICORPOSAVINGS Mam Office. Dearborn and Madison Chicago 1 -(312) 977-5000 And other convenient offices statewide C 1964 Qbcorp Savings ol Illinois, a Federal Savings ana Loan Association Memoer Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal Savings and Loan insurance Corporator TYLER’S MARKET OPEN 6:00 A.M.-11:00 P.M. jray 1716 E. MAIN PHONE: 937-4328 WE ARE GLAD TO SERVE YOU! MANAGER — DANA TYLER REDBIRDS! CENTRAL ILLINOIS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Abundant, reasonably priced energy will be an important part of your future. As your lifestyle changes and your use of energy changes, we’ll be there to help you use it wisely.IMOGENE’S CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES BEAUTY SHOP OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT LATEST FASHIONS MATRIX LANGE PRODUCTS 606 FAST ST. LOUIS WEST FRANKFORT PHONE: 937-4716 937-2380 r INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY MABRY PAINT AND GLASS 1113 EAST MAIN WEST FRANKFORT PHONE: 937-4511 RICK’S BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT 1 10 E. MAIN ST. 937-2379 155SANDNER ELECTRIC COMPANY TELEPHONE: AREA CODE (618) 932-2366 903 East St. Louis, West Frankfort, IL 62896 DISTRIBUTORS FOR: Dayton Emerson Motors Stanco Peabody Barnes Pumps Joslyn Clark Controls We Specialize In Motor and Pump Rewinding and Repair NEIBCH TOWING SERVICE 24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE (618) 937-4515 (618) 937-1852 201 West Main S. I. VIDEO INC. TWO LOCATIONS 108 W. Main — West Frankfort 101 N. Park — Herrin Over 3000 to choose from Best selection in West Frankfort Phone: 932-2034 156BOOSTERSD. MICHAEL RIVA ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 115 E. Main West Frankfort, IL Business Phone: 937-2404 Repent and let each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins: and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:38 YOU SHOULD BE UNDER SUPER-X PHARMACY CARE Please Check Us for Your Pharmacy Needs. We Fill all UMW Prescriptions. 937-4623 West Frankfort Plaza HRS. — Pharmacists 8:30-9:30 Mon.-Sat. Bonnie Hopkins 10-7 Sun. Dave Giacone MIKE’S DRIVE-IN 1007 WEST MAIN SANDY’S FLOWERS and GIFTS “When You Think of Flowers Think of Ours” Flowers for All Occasions 102 N. Douglas Phone 937-4561 Phone — 932-2564 Hours — 10-8 P.M. Mon.-Sat.EXCEL FOODS We Sell for Less McPhail’s Laundry 410 S. Logan St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 937-9054 1000 West Main West Frankfort, IL 932-3866 In Store Bakery Drop off Laundry and dry cleaning Stay clean with us” 932-3819 STONE FUNERAL HOME J. W. SIMMONS 1201 East Poplar West Frankfort, Illinois HARRIS’ BRIGHT NEW STORE BRIGHT NEW LOOKS LADIES and JUNIOR Wear West Frankfort, ILLINOIS 932-2726 159ROFCO P.O.BOX 531 W WEST FRANKFORT . ILLINOIS 62896 .X 618-983-5524 A V 983-8132 VANTREASE VANTREASE ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW WEST FRANKFORT E. Kyle Vantrease Susan A. Vantrease WEST FRANKFORT 402 E. Main St. HOME OF THE West Frankfort, IL “REDBIRDS” 937-2418 McCORD’s MARKET 501 S. Logan St. West Frankfort, IL Phone 937-6146 7 A.M.-10 P.M. 6 Days Closed Sundays Complete Line of Fresh Produce, Dairy, Frozen Foods National Brand Groceries, and Generics Our Specialities — Fresh Meat Deli case “Special orders are Welcome” 160LON’S BARBER SHOP COLEMAN-RHOADS Hair Styling Razor Cuts Hair Replacements QUALITY FURNITURE AND CARPETING FOR LESS 300 E. MAIN TWO BARBERS West Frankfort Barker Pharmacy, Inc. BARKER REXALL DRUGS 121 East Main West Frankfort, IL Phone: (618) 932-2714 WATSON’S JEWELERS 128 East Main Street West Frankfort, IL OWNER: Earl Buffington 932-2210 GOSS APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE • Kitchen-Aid • General Electric • Whirl Pool • Sub Zero • May Tag • RCA • Modern-Maid • Amana • Jenn-Air • Dacor • Fisher • Sharp • Tapper 400 W. Main • Gibson 937-2609 161‘first 'Bnptist C rod Weft i.Vue Street. Weftfnuuejbrt Minrns osfgd 6it gjt-2ios “JOY IN JESUS” SUNDAY SERVICE 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 6:30 PM SUNDAY School Worship Service Worship Service WEDNESDAY 5:30 PM Fellowship Supper 6:00 PM Auxiliaries 6:30 PM Mid-Week Service T-Shirts, Transfers, Hats Converse Shoes, Group Discounts CUSTOM ORDERING 111S. Logan West Frankfort, IL 932-6358 STRIEGEL THOENNES KNOBLOCH CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 508 E. Main P.O. Box 66 West Frankfort, IL 62896 (618) 937-2461 The Best In Baseball Cards GRASKEWICZ TRADING CARDS SPORTS MEMORABILIA 103 E. MAIN P.O. BOX 265 WEST FRANKFORT, IL 62896 (618) 937-6187 4 4 'T 162ARCHIONE 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 “CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS” FROM W.F.R.X. 1300 AM 97 FM West Frankfort, IL 10 Years Experience KIM J. ARCHIONE PRESIDENT and OWNER PARKER-REEDY FUNERAL HOME RAYMOND G. PARKER, JR. 604 E. Main 932-6500 16333333 marn 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 1988 33S333XXXXS33333 P.O. Box 276 West Frankfort, IL 62896 164BROWN 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 The Bank of 555 West Frankfort A Banterra Bank YOUR FRIENDLY BANK OPEN 9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY OPEN 9:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. FRIDAY Phone: 932-2131 110 EAST OAK WEST FRANKFORT EQUAL HOUSING LENDER MEMBER FDICIT’S A GOOD TIME CARL VOLANSKI FOR THE HEATING AND AIR GREAT TASTE CONDITIONING m 1000' 2 S. Cherry St. West Frankfort, 11. 62896 CONGRATULATIONS Locally Owned and Operated by John and Mary Moreland Phone: 937-1261 SALES and SERVICE MABRY CONSTRUCTION COMMERCIAL — INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL Over 20 Years Experience In All Types of Construction William Mabry — Owner Phone: 937-4574TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 304 N. Sunnyslope Telephone — 932-2866 The Rev. Dick Sullins, Pastor Serving West Frankfort Since 1835 BUDMARK OIL COMPANY INC. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 204 E. Oak St. West Frankfort, IL 62896 DOMINO’S PIZZA DELIVERS FREE. DOMINOS PIZZA Call Us 937-4636 133 W. Main West Frankfort Congratulations to the Class of 88 from Dorris Construction Kenneth Tim Dorris Dorris Neal WilsonTHE FIRST COMMUNITY BANK OF WEST FRANKFORT “Your Locally Owned Bank” Member F.D.I.C.PATTY’S HAIRSTYLING TAYLOR FORD GALBRAITH MOTORS Where you buy quality Phone — 937-4722 cars at wholesale prices Located 708 S. Logan ALMA MATER Hail to thee. Dear Alma Mater! Hail to thee, F.C.H.S. We shall always love you, dear old school For we know you’re the best. Hail the teams that bring us glory! Hail the power friendship’s tie! We shall always strive to honor you ... All Hail ... to Frankfort High! 169FROM REDBIRDS FANS PEPSI THE TERRY HOPKINS FAMILY TWIN MILLS PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. MARION, IL 62959 (618) 997-1377 £$ o?nc. Eslatolfsltad 18S7 Mambara Maw York Slock Exchange. Inc. ROGER D. TIPPY Investment Broker TIMBER andTIE CO. HOURS 7:30-4:00 Mon.-Fri. 1200 N. Douglas Phone 932-3662 MANAGER - ED LIGON Parrish Building 206 W. College Carbondale, IL 62901 (618) 457-8145 170INDEX Aaron. Tom — 50. 78. 81. 85. 87. I 16 Adams. Kellie — 50. 97. 99 Adelsberger. Todd — 50 Adkins. Malt — 58. 102. 104. 114. 125 Adkins. Tim — 36. 102. 104 Adkins. Tom — 5. 7. 18. 33. 82. 110. 112 Alexander. Scott — 58, 102. 104. 116 Allen. Jody — 50. 94. I 14. 124. 130 Allen. Tara — 58. 102. 104. 118 Allots. David — 58. 102. 104 Aiwa. Radha — 132 Ambos. Carol — 50. 84. 95 Anderson. Janice — 36. 118 Anderson. Ray — 58. 128 And roll . Javan — 58 Archione, Electric Inc. — 163 Archione, Shawn — 58 Arview. Elva — 36 Arview. Karen — 32, 33 Arview. Mike — 50. 124 Arview, Molly — 50, 99 Arview. Tim — 36, 78. 86. 107 Austin. John — 32. 33, 84 Avery. Bill — 58 Avery. Jennifer — 58, 97, 102. 103 Baker. Bret — 50 Ballhagen. Melissa — 50 Bandy, Kim — 58 Bank of West Frankfort — 165 Barker's Rexall Drugs — 161 Barnett. Sheri — 50, 97, 99 Barton. Laura - 36 Bartoni. Jodi — 58, 102. 104, 118, 126 Batts. Mrs. Hellen Mary — 2, 68. 73. 76. 176 Baudison. Richard — 58 Baylcss. Amy — 50. 101 Bean. Duane — 18. 33, 91, 92 Bean. Monica — 58 Beauty Chateau — 143 Beavers, Jason — 36, 91, 92 Bedokis, Mrs. Genellc — 68 Behn. Gcrri — 32 Bejmovicz. Rusty — 58 Bcncic, Scott — 50, 130 Bennett. Randy — 32. 33, 102, 104 Berthoux. Andy — 58 Biggs. Tara — 36. 80, 96, 131, 133 Bill and Charlie's Unocal — 139 Blackwood, Mrs. Shiela — 68, 79 Blades, Arne — 18, 33, 78, 84 Blades. Kevin — 7, 18. 110, 112 Blake. Mike — 50 Blakcy, Brad — 58. 113, 125 Boggs. Jason — 18, 90 Bohn. Heather — 50 Boltc, Scott — 50 Boner. Michelle — 131 Booster Club — 157 Bowers. Shirley — 58 Boyd. Kim — 50, 118 Boyd, Melissa — 58, 118 Braden. James — 58 Brannan, Angela — 50, 97 Bratcher, Deborah — 18. 33, 99 Britton. Jimmy — 58, 115. 129 Bromley, Michelle — 18. 33, 82 Brooks. Kris — 58. 79, 85. 87, 97. 133 Broskie. Heather — 58 Brown. Enterprises— 165 Brown. E. R. Furniture — 149 Brown. Jim — 58 Brown. Mrs. Terri — 68, 95 Brown. Vickie — 18 Browning. Malinda — 36. 97 Browning. Paula — 50. 97 Broy. Angie — 58 Broy. Danny — 4. 7. 18. 33. 81. 110. 111. 11 5. 130 Broy. Dave Mr. — 64 Broy. David — 50. 132 Buckingham. Judith — 58 Budman's Oil — 167 Buffington. Matt — 50. 87. 94. 114. 124 Burger Land — 147 Burke. Aaron — 50, 114, 124 Burke. Becky — 58 Burke. Mike — 50. 81. 89. 114. 124. 130 Burke. Raymond — I. 33. 82, 94. 130 Burnett, David — 58 Burns. Andrea — 58. 97 Burns. Angie — 58. 118 Burton. Crystal — 5. 7, 50, 87. 133 Bute. Donald — 32 Butler. Amy — 36 Butler. Denny — 132 Butler. Michelle — 58. 102, 104, 118 Bullrick. Dana — 50 Calcatcrra, Carri — 51, 87, 102. 104. 126 Calcatcrra, Jarrod — 36, 48, 92, 130 Calonne. Pam — 51, 83. 87 Camden. Dawn — 62 Cameron, Cassic — 36, 99 Caraway. Julie — 58 Cardwell. Michelle— 131 Carlson, Michelle — 51 Carter, ('layton — 100 Carter. Tyra — 36. 86 C'awvey, Becky — 58 C.C. Castle — 142 Ceramic Land — 149 Chamncss, Paul — 58 Chance, Marcus — 4. 7, 19, 33, 110, 1 11. 128, 129, 134 C'hismar. Julie — 13, 19, 33, 79 Christenson, Dcrk — 58, 125 Christian. Michelle — 51.82. 83. 88, 87 Cima, Steve — 19. 33. 96. 86, 89. 139, 122, 135, 123 ('.IPS. — 154 Citicorp Savings — 154 ( lark. George — 68. 96 ('lark, Lisa — 36, 131 ('lark. Tamara l inc — 19, 33, 83, 101, 105. 96. 82. 86. 96. 100. 106 Cloc, David — 19, 4, 7, 33, 90, NO, 111. 120. 128. 129, 81 Cloc, Keith — 36. 48. 110, 113, 132, 122. 81. 136 ('lover. Melanie — 131 ('lover. Mr. Russell — 141, 66, 65 Clubs and Organizations Advanced Electronics — 89 Advanced Welding — 93 Alpha — 96 Art Circle — 94 Band — 102 Building Trades — 90 Cafeteria Club — 98 Chorus — 101 Chorus Officers — 101 Drafting IV — 91 Drums — 102 Drum Major — 103 F.F.A. — 93 F.H.A. — 97 Flag Corps — 103 French Club — 95 F.T.A. — 85 Juniorcttcs — 95 Honor Society — 92 Key Club —81 Machine Shop — 91 Madrigals— 106 Nike Club — 84 Nursing I — 99 Office Workers — 82 Principles of Technology — 89 REDBIRD ANNUAL — 15. 76. 77 REDBIRD NOTES — 78 Scholar Bowl — 88 Science Club — 86, 87 Speech Team — 83 Student Council — 79 Sub Debs — 80 Swing Choir — 105 Thespians — 100 Vocational Auto Mechanics — 92 Vocational Nursing — 99 Youth Board — 94 Hulls, Mike — 19. 33, 89. 91. I 16. 117. 81 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. — 148 Coleman-Rhodes— 161 Concert Band — 104 Cook. Mark — 59, 102. 104. 114. 125 Cook. Stephanie — 59. 101, 102, 104. 133 Cooper. Jon — 59 Corley. Beth — 37, 84 Costellia, Tim — 37, 92 Cowan. Sean — 19, 33, 81 Crawford, Brian — 94. 51 Crawford, Kristen — 37, 118, 131,80 Cross Country — 115 Crouch. Rick — 62 Crowder. Betsy Irene — 19. 33, 95. 97 Crowder, Jason — 51 Culpepper, Vickie — 31, 95 Cunningham. Karen — 37 Cunningham. Kendra — 59 ('utter, Danny — 51 DAILY AMERICAN — 152 Dairy Queen — 139 Dalton. Emily —51. 100 Darnell. Amber — 59, 102, 104 Darnell, Andy — 19, 37. 81. 110, 113, 122, 124. 132 Darnell. Audra — 37 Darnell Healing and Air Conditioning — 147 Davis. Dennon — 5. 7. 20. 33. 81, 86. 110, III. 112. 122. 123 Davis. Jackie — 20, 33. 82. 86 Davis. Melissa — 59 171Davis. Rachel — 51. 87, 88, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106 Davis, Dr. Ron — 64, 141 I avis, l ynna — 51.84. 87, I 31. 133 Day, l.ori — 37 Dean. DonneUc Mrs. — 68 Delap Real I.stale— 153 Demarctli Huick — 149 DeMaltei. Mr. I irry — 68 Dodd. Jeremy — 37, 48, 86, 96, 115, 130 Domino's Pizza — 167 Donkin, Marcie — 2, 13, 59, 76, 84, 88 Donkin. Matt — 2. 37. 76, 81. 85. 88, I 10, 122, 130 Doran, David — 59 Dorris, Andy — 59. 114 Dorris, Brian — 7, 20, 33, 90. 110, 112, 122.130 Dorris Const ruction— 167 Dorris, Mrs. Maryl.llen — 68, 84 Dorris, Todd — 59, 125 Dotson, Patricia — 59 Doty, 'Lanya l.ynn — 20, 33 Dover, Tonya — 99, 101 Downs, lx slee — 20, 33 Dragovich. Michelle — 20. 33 Dunham. Ralph — 59 Dunning, Michelle — 32, 33 D iadus. Mr. Denny— 122, 124, 136 Lssick, Amy 20, 33, 84. 86 I stel, Aimee — 59. 101, 102, 106 Lrlhall, Phillip — 20, 33, 86 Fxccl Foods — I 59 Fader, Mr. Jerry — 69. 114. 131 Lasley. Berry — 59 Laslcy. Jerry — 37, 110, 113 Ldwards, Brenda — 37 Fgedilch, Ronnie — 51 Lggersten, Adam — 59 Fllis, David — 51, I 14. 124, 130 Lngler, Steve — 7, 20, 33, 90, 110, I I I Lnlow, Brent — 62 Fssary, Darik — 59, 114, 128 The Fashion Shop — 139 t he Feminine Way — 138 Fichlel, Derek — 37, 81 Fichtcl, l iura — 4, 6, 7, 13, 21. 33, 80. 85, 86 Fields. Julie — 59 Lilkins, Doug — 37 Filkins, John — 37, 48 Lilkins, Tracey — 21. 33, 94. 118. 119, 126. 127. 131, 134 Fiori, Mr. Dan — 69, 90 Fiori, Mrs. Sandra — 69 First Baptist Church — 162 The First Community Bank of West Frankfort — 168 Fisher. Beth — 51. 79. 82, 83. 84. 87, 94. 95. KM) I it water, Shane — 51 Fletcher, David — 51 The Flower Boutique — 138 Food ('enter — 146 Foots, Charles — 38 Ford, Jimmy — 51,81, 114, 124. 132 INDEX Ford, Kathy — 13, 51, 80, 87, 131 Fort, Donald — 38, 90, I 10, I 13 Foster, Benny — 51, 78 Frampton, Willie— 59, 114, 128, 129 Frazier, Nicole — 21. 33 Fra ier, Rachel — 4, 7, 21, 32, 33, 80, 133 Freedom Transport Repair— 142 Freeman, William — 38 Fries, Anita —21, 33, 82, 101, 102, 104 Fry, Michelle —21, 33 Galbraith, I iura — 5, 7, 13, 38. 46, 48, 78, 80, 131, 133 (ialbrailh Motors— 169 (iarbo,Jeff — 56 Gardner, Robert — 38, 90 Garner, Jessie — 62 Garrett, Nicole — 5, 7, 51, 80, 85, 87 (iass, Jody — 38, 90 (iass. Shaney — 51. 95, 102, 103, 104, 118 Giacone, David — 7, 21, 33, 81. 110, III. 132 Gilliam. Mandy — 38 Gclso, Jack — 51. 81, 114, 132 (ientry, Lori — 51, 82, 102, 103, 104, 107 (ilass, David — 59 Glazabrook, Kelley — 38 Bill (ilodich Honda — 148 Glodich. Michelle — 2, 38, 76, 79, 94, 97 Goff, Elizabeth — 21. 33, 79. 82. 118. I 19, 131 Golf Team — 116 Golio, Jack R. — 51 Gosncll. Melynda — 38, 99 Gordon. Heather— 51, 83. 87 (Joss Appliance— 161 Gossett, C hris — 38, 48, 88, 113, 132 Grace, Jason — 59, 114 Grammer, Mr. Paul — 69 Graskewic t rading Cards — 162 Graskewicz, Jon — 59, 87 (iraves. Bill — 52 Green, Amy — 38 GrifTin, Chris — 52, 101, 105, 115, 130 Griffin, Diane — 59, 87 Griffin, John — 78, 93 GrifTin, Kenneth — 38, 90 Griffith. Shane — 38, 92 Griffith, Shannon — 52, 101 Grimes, Stacey — 38, 115, 130 Grimes, Tracey — 59, 114 (irohler, Randall — 39 Grosco. Miss Dolores — 69, 84 Grotti. Betty Mrs. — 66 Groves, Carla — 21, 33, 99 Halfacre, Aaron — 59 Hale, Crystal — 39 Hall, Nick — 39, 92, 110. 113 Hall, Randy — 39, 92 Hall, Tonya — 52 Hammers, Lance — 52, 114, 128 Hammers, lanic — 13, 59, 79, 85, 87 Hamilton, Rhonda — 126 Hancock. Jacki — 59 Hanna, C raig — 52, 114 Harkins, Jerry — 59, 116 Harkins, Stacy — 22, 95 Harkins, Steven — 22, 33 Harris’ — 159 Harriss, Malt — 39, 89, 110, 113, 128 Harriss, Steve — 8, 22, 33, 81, 82, 86, 96, 130 Hawkins, Barbra — 39 Hawkins, ( lint — 22, 33, 91 Hawkins. Paul — 52 Hays, Andrea — 52 Hclfrich, Bryon — 39, 90, 110, 113, 128, 135 Hcllcny, Sharon — 69, 96 Heniminger, Mike — 52 Henderson, George — 39, 110, 113 Henson, Angela — 22, 33, 82, 86, 88 Henson, Billy — 39, 122, 124 Henson, Jason — 39, 48, 81, 122, 124, 132 Herbert, Denise — 52, 82 Hcrmctz, Todd — 39, 132 Hcrrcll, James — 52, 88, 89 Hcydcr, Collette — 39, 100 Hilderbrand, C’amila — 59 Hobbs, Donald — 69, 93 Hobbs, Sheri — 39, 84, 94, 97 Hobbs, Steven — 59 Hogan, C rystal — 52, 79, 84, 85, 87. 131, 133 Hogg. Joey — 2. 59, 76, 108 Hogg. Mary Lou — 66, 108 Holly, Joe — 39 Holder, Shannon — 52, 83, 84, 87 Holland Pharmacy— 140 Holland, Tammy — 59 Holloway, C hris — 52, 102, 104, 114, 124 Hood, Chris — 131 Hood, Dec I cc — 52, 84, 97 Hood, Harold — 70 Hood, Larry — 52. 82, 114 Hoole, John — 39 Hopkins, Leonard — 64 Hopkins, Terry — I 70 Hopper, Robin — 59 Hoppers, Mary — 59, 97 Hoppers, Tommy — 52 Horsley, Heather — 52 Howell Insurance Agency — 151 Hrovalich, Alice — 70 Hudgens, Kim — 59 Humphrey, Billie Jo — 59 Humphrey, Phillip — 40. 110, 113, 130 Hungatc, Tonya — 33, 79 Hungrys Pancake House — 142 Iclase, Charles — 70, 81, 82, 100 Imogene's Beauty Shop — 155 Innis, Marty — 66 Intravaia, Mike — 13, 52, 81, 89 Intravaia. Theresa — 60 James, Shane — 40, 82, 89, 115, 128 James, Theresa — 60, 102 Jcnt. Shane — 52, 114 Johns. Chuck — 52 Johns, Michael — 40INDEX Johnson. Hrian — 52, 87, 88 Johnson. Michael — 22, 33, 86, 86, 89, 96, 122, 123, 130, 135 Johnson, Shirley — 52, 82, 115, 131 Johnston, Greg — 2, 7, 14, 22, 33, 76, 81, 82, 85, 89, 110, III, 122, 123, 130, 136 Jones, Jim — 22, 33, 100, 101 Jones, Z-ori — 40, 84, 86 Jones, Slcfeny — 60 Joplin, Lisa — 40 Jude, Lori — 13, 22, 33, 80, 82, 84, 86, 99 Jude, Richard — 40, 92 Julian, Trevor — 40, 116 Juniorcllcs — 95 Kaminski, Alan — 32 Karalcs, Jamie — 52 Karch, C assandra — 40, 84 Karch, Tina — 60 Karnes, Jeff— 2, 23, 33, 76, 82, 89, 92, 93 Karnes, John — 40, 93 Karnes Real Estate — 138 Karnes, Tracey — 28, 118, 119, 121, 131 Karroll, Angela — 60, 101 Karoski, Mr. George — 70, II6 Karoski, Marcy — 2, 40, 48, 76, 80, 82 Keene, Scott — 60 Kelton, Mike — 60 Key, Alyssa — 60, 102, 104 King, Kellie — 53, 84, 94 King, Stephanie — 23, 33, 94 Kirby, Michelle — 23 Kirk man, Polly — 23, 33, 79, 82 Klimowicz, Kim — 53, 80, 82, 83, 100 Knepp, Shondell — 60 Knight, Brett — 9, 13, 53, 85, 100 Leek, Meike — 3, 41, 79, 85, 86, 131, 133 Lcflcr. Amy — 41, 80, 84. 86, I 31 Lemmon, Amy — 53 L-es’ Standard — 147 ixvanli, Kelly — 53, 79. 87, 101, 105, 106, 131 L wis, Lori — 41, 47, 80. 84 Ligon, Lori — 23, 34, 99 Lindsey, Jason — 60, 114 Lingle, Joe — 5, 7, 23, 34, 91, 1 10, I I I Linglc, Malisa — 41 Linn. Sieve — 41, 81 Lintner. Alane — 2, 53, 76, 87, 131 Linton, Healher — 60, 97 Lipc. Shay — 60, 102, 103 Little, Mrs. Judy — 70 Logsdon, Erie — 53 Zion's Barber Shop — 161 Lx)van. Kim — 24, 82, 107 Lude. Pam — 24, 34 Mabry Construction— 166 Mabry, Mark — 53 Mabry’ Paint and Glass — 155 Machine Shop — 91 Mack, Patrick — 60 Maddox, Jason — 53, 114, 130 Malkovich, Mrs. Susan — 70, 131 Manion, Bennie — 60, 125 Maragni, Jason — 41, 115, 130 Mark Twain — 164 Marks, Jeff — 60 Knight, Rudy — 32, 82, 95 Kohzadi, Sheila — 60, 101 Kondritz, Jill — 2, 53, 76, 80, 97, 102, Marlow. Mrs. Jolinda — 70 Marrs, Stacy — 41 Marvel, Jeff — 131 Mason, Scott — 41, 116 Massey, Amanda — 53 Massey, Laura — 41 Masters, John — 53 Mathis, Randy — 24, 32, 33, 82, 115 Mathis, Rick — 130. 132 104 Kreative Kitchens — 146 LaMar, Julie — 40, 80, 82, 85 employ, Dana — 40 aswell, Joe — 23, 33, 86 wrenti, Brent — 3, 53, 81, 88, II6, 132 wrcncc, Brad — 53, 81, 94, II6, 124 wrcncc, Lori — 40, 84, 95, 97, 101, 05, 106, 131 rcncc, Melanie — 60 vnee, Valerie — 53, 97 )an. Can — 60, 87 an, Heidi —23, 33, 79,82, 84, 86, w, Robert — 60 re, Sandy — 40 ter, Angela — 53, 97 McCarty, Betty — 98 McClain, Judd — 41, 130 McClellan, Nicole — 53, 87, 102, 104 MeOement, Melissa — 53, 82, 94, 131 McCIcrren, Dana — 60 McCord’s Market — 160 McCormick. Mike — 41, 89. 92 McCoy. Tom — 53, 94 McCrccry, Johnathon — 53. 114. 128 McDonald. Becky — 53 McDonald’s — 166 McElwralh, Mike— 130 McElyca, Charles — 24, 33, 91 McElyca, John-41. 89. NO. 113 McGhee, Bridget — 41, 79, 82. 86. 95 McHaney, Mr. David — 66, 71, 100, 101, 102, 106 McLaren, Garrett — 60 McPhail, Carmen — 4, 7,24, 33, 79,80, rolyn — 23, 33, 78, 80, 83, 84. i, 133 yn _ 40. 79, 82, 86, 95, 115, c — 65, 73, 122, 131, 141 isc — 3, 41, 86, 96. 118, 126, 1 a —60. 118 86, 94, 131 MePhaiPs Laundry — 159 McPhail. Laurie - 2, 5, 7, 60, 76, 87, 100, 103, 115 McPhail, Mike — 130 McRoy. Diana — 53, 102, 104 Melvin, Amie — 60, 85, 87, 118 Melvin. Greg — 42, 89, 110, 113, 122, 124. 130 Melvin. James — 42 Melvin, Joel — 24. 33, 92 Melvin. John — 130 Melvin. Melissa — 53, 97 Melvin, Shanic — 53, 131. 134 Melvin, Tyson — 60 Menccs, (’had — 60, 114 Merkx, Veronique — 24, 33, 86 Mike's Drive-In — 158 Miller. LaVar — 42, 93 Miller, Penny — 54, 82 Mills, Shawn — 54, 116, 124 Miller, Trent — 132 Minor. Melissa — 60 Miner. Oliver — 54. 88. 114 Minton, Kcely — 60 Minton, Shane — 42 Mitchell, Bob — 24, 33, 100, 102, 104 Mitchell, Holly — 24, 33, 95, 101 Mitchell, Jenna — 25, 33, 102, 103, 104 Mitchell, Sarah — 42 Mitchell, Sheri — 42, 94, 95, 97, 102, 104, 118 Mize, Crystal — 60, 101 Mize, Shawn — 60, 1 14 Moak, Paul — 54, 81, 124 Mocaby, Melanie — 60, 118 Mocaby, Sean — 4, 7. 25, 33, 110, 111, 115 Moffett. Heath — 42, 81. 86, 96, 110, 113, 128. 130 Moffett, Marty — 5, 7, 25, 33, 81, 96, NO, 112, 132 Mohring, Jon David — 54, 114, 128 Mondino, Tracy — 25, 33, 80, 82, 85, 86 Moschino, Mike — 42, 48, 132 Moreland, Jim — 64 Morgan, Patrick — 54, 89 Morris, Matt — 32, 33, 92 Morthland, Tim — 132 Mosheino, Gayle — 131 Mosscr, Leslie — 54, 97, 99 Mosser, Lisa — 60, 97 Murphy, Dawn — 13, 42, 85 Murphy, Mrs. Kendra — 98 Murphy Electric — 147 Murphy, Mike — 93 Murphy, Mr. Tim — 71,94, 118, 121 Murray, Jennifer — 25, 33 M W Lumber Co. Inc. and Home Center — 144 Ncibch, Heath — 54, 114, 128 Neibch, Richard — 32, 33, 92, 93, 91 Ncibch Towing Service — 156 Ncibcl, Christy — 60 Nicbcl, Larry — 42, 95 Neivclle, Berry — 132 Newlin, Ms. Phyllis — 72 Newman, Amy — 54 Nicholson, Jeana — 42, 95 Nolen, Becky — 54, 80 Nolen Bill — 54, 114 Nolen, Brent — 42, 86, 110, 113 Nolen, Laura — 25, 33 Nolen, Mike — 54 Nolen, Tracy — 54 Norman, Elizabeth — 54 Norman, Hillary — 60, 85O'Connor, Becky — 5, 7, 42 O’Daniel, Scott — 25, 93 Odle, Chris — 60, 87 Odle, Danny — 54, 81, 83, 85, 87, 88, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 132 Odum. Brandi — 54 Odum Concrete — 148 Ogden. Charles — 25, 33, 92, 93 Ogden, Larry — 42, 90, 116 Orr, Julie — 54, 79, 82, 85, 126 Orr, Stacey — 13,42.48, 78, 80, 96, 133 Orr, Tara — 43, 99 Osier, Mike — 25, 91 Ostcrhout, Burlc — 64 Ostcrhout, Natalie — 26, 33, 86, 94 Ovcrturf, Jeff— 42, 81, 110, 113, 128, 130 Owens, Brian — 61, 114 Palasky, George — 54, 122, 124 Palasky, JcfT— 54, 122, 124, 132 Paper Place — 146 Parker-Reedy Funeral Home — 163 Pappas, Mike — 5, 7, 26, 34, 81, 82, 85, 86, 96, 110, 111, 122, 123, 130 Pasko, Mr. Steve — 71,91 Paschedag's Music House — 146 Partak, Marilyn — 43, 82 Patterson, Lainie — 26, 34, 79, 84 Patty’s Hairstyling— 169 Paulk, Angie — 26, 34, 96, 118, 119, 131 Payne, Mike — 26, 34, 86, 122, 123, 135, 136 Pearson, David — 54, 124 Pearson, Matt — 61 Pcpsi-Cola Bottling Co. — 170 Pcriman, Mike — 26, 34, 86, 88, 132 Perr, Miss Jane — 71, 95 Perry, Stephen — 54 Peters, Mike — 42, 48, 90, 110, 113, 128, 129 Phelps, Chad — 54 Pickett, Mike — 54 Pike, Andrea — 61, 133 Pizzeria Franco — 149 Plasters, Jesse — 61 Plasters, Sherri — 61 Podnar, Andy — 54, 93 Pohl, Billie Jo — 26, 34, 82, 85, 86, 88, 94, 100, 118, 119, 131 Pond Creek Boots — 143 Pond, Scott — 56 Pool Shack — 147 Poole, Brad — 130, 132 Price, Brad — 61 Price, Don — 43 Price, Shawn — 55 Prince, Jason — 61 Pritchard, Jennifer — 61 Pritchard, Michelle — 43, 48 PROFESSIONAL ADS W. Campbell Brown Calcatcrra Service Caldwell, Troutt, Alexander, Quin- dry, Poppit Gene Carello Mr. Russell Clover Clyde Day Insurance Harold B. Culley, Jr. INDEX Dr. Ron Davis and Family Ruth Erthall Beauty Shop Dr. Galbreath Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Dr. Steve Leek, DC Don Lucas Dr. Alan Nolen, DC Dr. Sebastian Pagano Elvis Nolen Dr. U.P. Reddy Mr. John Simmons Willard Strain Dr. Don J. Webb Dr. Tom Woods Wright’s Radio Shack Professional Building— 150 Prusaczyk, Doug — 61 Prusaczyk, Paula — 61 Prusaczyk, Paulette — 61 Pugh, Patricia — 26, 34, 82, 84, 95, 99 Pulliam, Julie — 26, 34, 82, 95 Pulliam, Sherry — 61, 102, 104 Pyles, Melissa — 61 Ramsey, Richard — 55, 114 Rau, Ramu — 27, 34, 81, 86 Raubach Video — 148 Ray, Lori — 43, 84, 95, 97 Ray, Michelle — 27, 34 Reach, B.J. — 2, 5, 7, 14, 27, 34, 76, 81, 82, 85, 86, 96, 110, 111, 130 Reach, John — 71, 90, 110, 120, 130 Reed, Chuck — 55 Reed, Gina — 43, 79, 95 Reed, Marcus — 55, 114, 130 Renner, Mike — 3, 43, 110, 113 Reynolds, John — 61, 79, 83, 87, 88 Ricci, Tim — 71 Rice, Bobby — 43 Rice, Don — 71, 115 Rice, Fred — 55 Rice, Susanne — 43, 48, 80 Rich, Eric — 92 Rich, Glen —61 Rich, Mary — 72, 97 Richard, Robert — 27, 34 Richardson, Bobby — 61, 114, 125 Richerson, Chris — 43, 92 Richerson, Kari — 55, 83, 100, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106 Richerson, Steve — 61, 114, 125 Richey, Martha — 43, 79, 84, 96, 100 Rick’s Illico — 155 Riddle, Effaney — 55, 95 Riddle, H. A. — 13,61,85, 114 Rioux, Jcnni — 61, 87, 118, 126 Rioux, Karen — 43, 118, 126, 131 Riva, Michael — 64, 158 Rodenmayer, Ginger — 55 Rodenmayer, Tammy — 27, 34 Roeco — 160 Romack, Chris — 55, 114, 128 Rumsey, Traci — 27, 34, 82, 96 Russell, Chris — 55, 114, 128 Russell, Greg — 7, 27, 34, 82, 86, 96, 101, 105, 106 Russell Trucking— 143 Sakonyi, Diane — 131 Sanders, April — 43 Sanders, Christine — 44, 79, 82, 101 Sanders, Darin — 44,81, 102, 104, 122, 124, 130, 132 Sanders, Diana — 55, 101 Sanders, Dwight — 44 Sander Electric — 156 Sanders, Jimmy — 27, 34, 81, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106 Sanders, Leslie — 55 Sanders, Regina — 44, 86, 95 Sandy’s Rowers — 158 Sapp, Scott — 7, 27, 34, 90, 110, 112 Schloss, Shannon — 61, 114 Scholar Bowl — 88 Science Club — 86-87 Scobby, Amanda — 2, 55, 76, 80, 83, 88, 102, 103, 104 Scolari, Mike — 55, 114 Scrivener, Amy — 55, 78, 83,84, 87, 88, 95, 107 Scars, Kathy — 61 Seeds, Richard — 93 Sharknas, Susan — 61 Shaw, Laura — 55 Shelby, Andy — 61, 87, 125 Shelby, Jason — 55, 114 Shelby’s Tow Service— 144 Shelton, Donnie — 55, 79, 82, 101, 106, 122 Shirt Works — 162 Shoraga, Dan — 61, 102, 104, 116 Sieveking, Nicole — 61, 85, 133 Sigler, Scott — 44 Sigler, Todd — 44, 89, 92, 116 Simmons, Leslie— 13, 61, 74, 78 Simpson, Valerie — 44, 100 Sims, Gerald — 28, 34, 89 Sinks, Bart — 61, 102, 104, 114, 125 Sipes, Mr. Pat — 72 S.I. Video Inc. — 156 Skuta. Philip —61, 114, 128 Sloan, Mr. Bob — 110, 130 Sloan. Bret — 13 Sloan, Jason — 61, 129 Sloan’s Gym — 142 Smith, Mr. Charles — 72 Smith, Crystal — 44, 84, 95 Smith, Heath — 61 Smith, Heather — 55, 84, 87, 118, 131 Smith, Jason — 28, 34, 90, 92 St. John's Parish Center — 115 Smith, Mrs. Peggy — 72, 80 Smith, Mr. Ron and Family — 139 Smoke House Bar-B-Que — 139 Smothers, Leslie — 5, 13, 55, 80, 87, 133 Smothers, Mike — 44, 97, 107 Smothers, Shelley — 3, 7, 61, 133 Snyder, Brent — 44, 101, 105, 106 Somers, Tom — 28, 34, 89, 116, 117 Southard, Shawn — 61 Spaven, Kim — 44 Spears, Susie — 61 Spence, Chad — 55, 114, 124, 130 Spicer, Suzanne — 44, 95, 100, 101 102, 103, 104, 131 Stanislawski, Kathy — 55, 82, 97 Stanislawski, Mike — 28, 34, 93 Stanley, Ida — 61, 97, 126 Stanley, Ina — 55, 97 174Stanley, Jack — 61, 115 Stanley, Linda — 62 Stanley, Robin — 55, 97, 99 Starnes, Gary — 62 Staten, Mark — 56, 114 Staten, Chris — 130 Steinberger, Aaron — 62 Steinberger, Dean — 28 Steinmetz, Matt — 62 Steinmetz, Stacey — 44, 48, 78, 80, 96, 131, 133 Stevens, Mrs. Linda — 72, 87 Stodghill, Becky — 131 Stone Funeral Home — 159 Stoner, Teresa — 28, 34 Story, Tara — 8, 28, 34, 82, 83, 86, 88, 96 Stotlar-Herrin — 144 Stowers, Dennis — 56, 83, 87 Strain, Holly — 44, 131 Strange, Renee — 44, 94 Stricgel Thocnnis Knobloch — 162 Stritzel, Mr. Richard — 72 Sturgeon, John — 28 Sullivan, Amy — 29, 34, 131 Summers. Angie — 45 Summers, Dwayne — 130 Summers, Jeff — 56, 114, 124, 130 Super X — 158 Sword, Jerry — 45, 89, 102, 104 Sword, William — 29, 90, 102, 104 Talbott, Yvonne — 62 Tanner, Steve — 62, 114 Taylor, Angela — 62, 102, 104 Tango. Jeff— 7, 32, 34, 110, 111 Diana Tate's Tumbling Center — 143 Taylor Ford — 169 Taylor, Melony — 3, 62, 102, 104, 118 Taylor, Michelle — 56, 80, 118, 126, 131 Taylor, Todd — 29, 34, 90, 91 Terry's Barber Shop — 144 Tcvdovich, Teresa — 56, 99 Thorpe, Jerry — 29, 32, 34, 115 Thomas, Greg — 45, 86, 88 Thomas, James — 32 Thomas, Kelly Ann — 29, 34, 82, 99 Thomas, Kelly B. — 29, 34, 79, 82 Thomas, Raymond — 29, 34, 88, 101, 105, 106 Thomas, Susan — 62 Thomas, Tracy — 29, 34 Thompson, Chuck — 56 Thompson, Jennifer — 62 Thompson, Teresa — 29, 34 Thorpe, Jerry — 29, 34, 115, 130 Tippy, Roger D. — 170 Tomanovich, John — 45, 128 Toney, Kevin — 72, 114, 124, 125 Toth, Lily — 62 Touch of Beauty — 143 Treecc Decorating — 149 Trinity United Methodist Church — 167 Trone, Mark — 56, 89 Trotter, Jeff — 62 Trotter, Shawn — 56, 78, 81, 88, 89. 132 INDEX Trout, Ryan — 56 Turpin, Carl — 45 Turpin, Nanette — 45 Twin Mills Timber and Tie Company — 170 Tyler, Shane — 45 Tyler, Steven — 62 Uhls, Doug — 62, 114 Union Funeral Service — 149 Union Pharmacy — 146 Vantrcasc and Vantrcasc Attorncys-at-Law— 160 VanWinkle, Joe — 56 Van Zandt, Lee — 30, 34 Van Zandt, Tom — 62, 114 Vanzant, Tonya — 62 Varis, Crissy — 45, 47, 79, 99 Vaughn, M. — 98 Vaughn, Ronald — 32, 34 Veteto, Gary — 45 Veteto, Larry — 45 Veteto, Wayne — 62 Vick, Gary — 30 Volanski, Jason — 56 Volanski, Steve — 30, 34, 91, 92 Volleyball — 118 Wagner, Teri — 62 Wagner, Toni— 45, 97, 99 Wall, Brent —45, 110, 113 Wall, Mrs. Susan — 72, 82, 88 Wallace, Jami — 30, 84 Walley, John — 62 Walton, Maria — 56, 80, 84, 87, 118, 131 Walton, Scott — 62 Walton's Service Co. — 148 Walters, Lisa — 34, 99 Walthes, Heather — 45, 94 Warren, Eric — 45, 90, 110, 113 Warren, Gary — 70, 73, 110, 112, 130 Warren, Jack — 64 Warren, Terry — 70, 73 Watkins, Beth — 45, 95 Watkins, Lisa — 30, 34, 78, 84 Watkins, William — 56, 102, 104 Watson Jewelers — 161 Weakly, Brett — 7, 32, 34, 82, 86, 89, 92, 110, 111, 115, 121 Weakly, Mr. Dan — 73, 92 Weaver, Collin — 45, 92 Weaver, Dan — 62, 81 Weaver, Julie — 46, 82, 84, 86, 95, 131 Weaver, Robert — 30, 34, 90, 122 Weaver, Tim — 73 Weaver, Tyler — 30, 34, 81, 86, 89,91, 110, 111 Weeks, Glen — 152 Wells, Mrs. Debbie — 73, 97 Wertz, Billie — 56 West, Cindy — 30, 34, 101 Westell, Beth — 131 Wcstray, Eric — 56, 128 WF Hair Design — 151 W.F.R.X. — 163 Wharton, Cindy — 31 Whittington, Bill — 46, 86, 116, 117 Whobrcy, Michelle — 31, 34 Wicker, Mike — 31, 34, 82, 89, 94, 96 Wicker, Shelly — 56, 101, 105, 106, 126 Wilburn, Angie — 31, 34, 101 Wilburn, Richard — 62 Wilcc, John — 32, 34,91,92 Wilkcrson, Rick — 46, 91, 92, 102, 104 Williams, Brad — 131 Williams, Cathy — 46, 131 Williams, Dave — 46 Williams, Elvis — 62 Williams, Jenny — 56, 102, 118, 120, 121, 126, 127, 131 Williams, Jonathon — 46, 82, 86, 88 Williams, Mark — 46 Williams, Ray — 31, 98 Williams, Stephanie — 46, 99 Williams, Sylvia — 62 Willis, Jeff — 56, 102, 104 Willis, Jonathan — 7, 8, 14, 31, 32, 34, 83,85, 86, 96, 101, 105, 106, 110, 112 Willis, Julie — 2, 56, 76, 83, 87, 101, 105, 106 Willis, Stephanie — 62, 100, 102, 104 Willmore, Allan — 2, 7, 13, 14, 31, 34, 76, 81, 82, 86, 87, 96, 105, 106, 110, 112 Willmore, Anut — 130 Willmore, Tim — 62, 114, 125 Willmore, Schy — 81, 86, 102, 104 Wilson, Chuck — 62 Wilson, Danny — 31, 34 Wilson, Marcus — 32, 34 Wingct, Scott — 47 Winter, Mr. Ron — 73 Wolfe, Angie — 62 Woods, Andy — 47, 81, 89, 116 Wolfe, Aaron — 47, 81, 86, 89, 110, 113, 132 Woolard, Shelly — 13, 47, 82, 85 Wyatt, Carla — 47, 95 Wyciskalla, Jason — 31, 34, 91 Yadro Auto Parts — 139 Yadro, Warren — 47, 81, 89 Yarbough, Susan — 32, 99 Yocum, Curtis — 47, 92 Yocum, Mary Jane — 73, 80, 99 York, Richard — 47, 91, 92 York, Valorce — 2, 56, 88, 97, 99 Young, Beth — 32, 34, 83, 86, 96, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 Young, Brigcttc — 47, 79, 80, 82, 133 Young, Steve — 132 Zeboski, Rodney — 62, 114 175In 1968, F.C.H.S. welcomed a new English teacher to their ranks. As yearbook advisor, she helped to complete twenty successful volumes. She has guided the staff through many important deadlines and made them feel like a family. This teacher will retire at the end of this school year. All the students at F.C.H.S. will miss her next year, but especially the Rcdbird Annual Staff. This yearbook is dedicated to a wonderful teacher, advisor, and friend, Mrs. Hel-len M. Batts. As Volume 74 of the Redbird Annual comes to a close, the staff wishes to thank all those who contributed to the book. Those who deserve special appreciation include the faculty, administration, and the students who donated photographs. We are also grateful to the professional business people and the merchants of West Frankfort, and Mr. Steve Smith of Dclmar Studios. Thanks also go to the Daily American and the Redbird Notes for pictures. 176Autographs • u .%


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