George Walton Comprehensive High School - Legend Yearbook (Marietta, GA)
- Class of 1986
Page 1 of 310
Pages 6 - 7
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OPENING ................. 1- 15
Acrlvmes ............ 16- as
ATHLETICS ............ 56- 95
ssnlons ................ 96-146
Juulons ................ 147-180
sovuoroones ........ 181-214
rnssumeu ............. 215-255
ASSOCIATIONS ...... 254-219
ACADEMICS ........... 280-297
CLOSING ................ 298-sos
Deviation is the departure from a
standard norm, according to Web-
ster, however, the word deviation
has the connotations associated with
changes. Change is an unavoidable
force that effects everybody and ev-
erything. Things are constantly
changing, moreover, change at Wal-
ton during the past few years has oc-
cured drastically. The name of our
annual has been modified for the first 0
time in ten years from the traditional
Patriores to the more modern Raid-
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perimented with different clothes
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Walton has undergone
changes. This year panel-
ing was installed to pre-
vent over-zealous shad-
ow boxers from "K.O.-
ing" our intimidating
cardboard walls. More
importantly, the new pan-
eling adds to the appear-
ance of Walton. Many new trailers were imported to ac-
commodate the overrun population 12,5065 at Walton. The
students dinning area has expanded to include the old
teachers lounge, therefore, the teachers were forced to
dine elsewhere. Also, a new locker system was established
by Mrs. Tighe to benefit everyone. The construction of a
new medical center has added to the physical appearance
of Walton as well. The project was headed by Coach John
Stafford and dedicated to the memory of Chris Broyles.
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by the clothes
they wear. Since
changing at Wal-
ton, very signifi-
have occurred in fads and fashions.
The word moderation no longer exist
in the fashion conscience individual.
Paisley is found on pants, shirts, ear-
rings, ties, socks, watches, suspend-
ers, and jackets all over Walton. Peo-
ple are layering their clothes to
achieve a "layered look". A fad is
something everybody is very much
interested in for a short period of
time. This year a Walton student
could be found wearing colored can-
vas hightops, gummy bracelets,
plaids, stirrup pants, varsity clothes,
and ".lams." Whether these fads will
become a style or more permanent,
only time will tell. Individuals are able
to create their own styles by putting
these fads together. Walton students
dress to the theme "anything goes".
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Besides the 900 freshman
who are new to Walton there are
many new students from other parts
of the country and even the world They
come from as far as Spain and Chile and as
close as Colorado California and New York
Suprislngly several of the students found Walton
smaller and less crowded than their old schools Since
Walton has such a variety of students most newcomers
found adjusting to a new setting difficult however new stu
lence different atmospheres and express different viewpoints
Walton obtained thirty eight new teachers two administrators and
one clerk to accommodate the vast number of students Because of the
increase in the faculty changes were made in the Athletic Department
Steve Jones became Walton s fourth head football coach in the school s
history In addition thirteen new coaches joined the staff
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What will Walton be like in the
years to come? The attitudes and be-
haviors will be the reflections of what
we have established. A new medical
facility will change the way athletes
condition. A little theater is planned
for future classes and expanded cur-
riculum. We hope students will take
the opportunity to participate in new
and expanded activities and learning
experiences. Our education is a
means to predict and change the out-
look of the future for all of us.
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On Friday, May 3lst at Roswell Street Bap-
tist Church 535 students graduated and be-
gan to start new experiences. Those former
students, now heading toward adulthood,
left with many memories of their past four
years at Walton. After performing a giant
blue wave across the church, the graduates
exhibited their preference whether a certain
beverage was "less filling or tasted great."
Mr. Henson now has a twenty gallon tank full
of gold fish, a putter, a tee and a golf ball just
to name a few of the "gifts" that were pre-
sented to him. We hope these graduates will
always be this creative.
I. Tracy Buran starts the ceremonies. 2. Melinda Car-
ithers sees many good friends leave to go on to college.
3. Craig Campbell looks enthusiastic about receiving his
diploma. 4. Will Giambalvo awaits his diploma. 5. Dawn
Hines and Jim Hir say "When do we go?" 6. The class of
l985 fills the church. 7. Mr. Henson begins the ceremo-
nies. 8. Sean Cash presents the class gift to the school. 9.
Joe Mazzone walks down the aisle to receive his diplo-
ma. IO. Judd Ficklen thinks about his future. ll. The l985
class waits in anticipation for this event.
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Walton students had four chances to show
their school spirit this year. The second
week of school many people got riled up at
the bon-fire, which was lead by the Young
Life leaders. Near the end of September, pri-
or tothe Lassiter game, the band, drill team,
and cheerleaders helped Waltons spirit at
the first pep rally of the year. While sopho-
mores were taking the GBSAT, Juniors and
Seniors unwound during a two hour pep-rally
in the gym. To conclude the football season
all the students got rowdy at the final pep
rally before the Douglas County game in No-
I. Andrea Carithers, "You have such balance". 2. Jenni-
fer, Michele, Meg, and Liegh "get down" at a pep-rally!
3. The drill team shows us their stuff, 4. Such spirited
guys! 5. BB O07 on Shad Santee's shoulders. 6. Mrs. Mur-
dock watching a game dedicated soley to her. 7. The
varsity cheerleaders really "stack up" 8. Kurt and Becky
relax in the standsl 9. "Keep the FIRE Burning". IO. Reggie
Oldham keeps the beat at the pep-rally. II. The bon-fire
excites the football players.
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The Junior-Senior Prom was held at the
Northwest Marriott with approximately SOO
to IOOO students and faculty in attendance.
Couples danced the night away to the sounds
of "Benz" which supplied music to excite
and make the evening romantic. Prom night
always seemed to be highlighted by parent
photo sessions. After surviving this, one
faced the difficult task of getting into the
car or limo. While spending 90 to IOO dollars
for dinner one tried to enjoy a delicious meal
while maintaining the proper etiquette. Then
on to the dance where one looked forward to
the long lines at the photography booth,
more food and a very crowded dance floor.
After collecting a variety of souvenirs and
memories people ventured to try new activi-
ties ranging from parties to romantic car-
riage rides in the moonlight. Prom night was
truly a "Once in a Lifetime" event.
l. Lisa Sheey and Scott Stephens pose for their picture. 2.
Benz entertains the crowd. 3. Terry Dixon and Stacy
Mitchell are the best of friends. 4. Leigh Dunn and her
date talk about plans for after the prom. 5, Todd Smith
and Kristen Mayotte sample the delicious food. 6. The
band was "jammin." 7. Cindy Ashton and Mark Mekown
enioyed the festivities. 8. Stacy Lunn and Paul Gibbs
display their attire. 9. Cindy Kay and her date just can't
believe the outfits. IO. Jeanne Schneider and Eric Moore
pose for the parent photo session. ll. Brian Hillery talks
to a couple about plans for after prom.
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Each year the French, Spanish, German
and Latin teachers have organized a cultural
awareness week of all the languages. Stu-
dents were exposed to the variety of cul-
tures and lifestyles of the four languages.
The week was full of projects and games
ranging from "food day" to "skit and song
day". Near the end of the week, the foreign
language students applied all their knowl-
edge of the week to a "cultural awareness"
test. This week proved to be a funfilled learn-
ing experience about the traditional ways of
different cultures. '
I. Students really love"Food Day". 2. Mike Kavalic ques-
tions the contens of some of the unusual food. 3. Paco
and his little Burrito are part of the week. 4. Como estas?
says Mrs. Warinner. 5. Brandon Fausti chows down. 6.
Kim Maxwell enjoys learning about Roman culture. 7.
Fiesta says party Spanish style. 8. Mike Moore and class-
mates Iike the food line. 9. Sonya Bolen dresses for her
skit from France. IO. Gretchen Siefferman says, "this
food is delicious." ll. Lisa Hershey and classmate dress
up for German Skit. IZ. Ms. Griffen organizes the cross
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Many awards were given to students on
this day. Each department selects outstand-
ing students as well as awards given by the
principal. The students who receive the Prin-
cipal Awards are considered the best in their
class as selected by the faculty. Some of the
students are surprised to find their names
announced in front of the entire student
body, but others know their achievements
would bring them the recognition they de-
l. This is a group of exceptional students. 2. Mrs. Kone
gives Laura Weagley a Media Award. 3. An outstanding
Spanish student receives an award from Mrs. Warriner.
4. The proud parent, Mrs. Stowers congratulates her
daughter Mimi 5. Whitney Fite and Nicole Peterson
dance to a romantic song in each others arms. 6. Ed
McMillen heads up D.J. group the Vibrations. 7. Dr, Sie-
gel and his wife boogie down to the beat. 8. Stephen
Priestley and Christi Klein hug for a cute pose. 9. Tim
Lennegan and friends are happy to be sharing the fes-
tivities at Homecoming. lO. Erin Johnson next time put
on the flower for John Grigsby at home.
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For the first time the Homecoming Dance
was held in the gym, instead of the Com-
mons. Vibrations a D.J. act was hired for
entertainment at the dance. Most people
who attended would agree that this was a
very successful dance. Decorations and re-
freshments were provided by SGA. Lisa
Lehnhof was in charge of the beautiful deco-
rations which transformed the gym into a
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Spirit Week was filled with fun and games
every day. The daily designated spirit days
were great spirit boosters for the entire
school. Jersey day and GQXVOGUE day
were among the favorites. Each class was
given a hall to decorate. The Senior, Junior,
and Sophomore classes were all given awards
in different areas. A new club at Walton held
a spot in Spirit Week. Arrive Alive had their
day on Monday, when they showed two
touching movies about D.Ll.I. Mr. Souza came
to school dressed as Uncle Sam during the
week along with Captain Kirk and Captain
Blythe who showed up as pigs!! The week was
complete only after the Homecoming Dance
and the Raider's great football victory!
l. Philip Barbley puts on an act. 2. Scott Shepherd. Gar-
rett Bailey, and Tom Counts salute all former Latin stu-
dents, 3. John Mansour, "So Roman fashion is back in." 4.
Watch out Osborne! 5. Juniors leave their mark. 6. Lisa
Smith takes note. 7. Pam Crisp and friends take time out
to smile. 8. Rodney Shaffer and Kenya Osborn say, "Ar-
rive Alive Walton". 9. Teacher or debutant? IO. "I want
you for the drama club", says Mr. Souza.
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Walton's Homecoming game l985 was
played against Osborne. The stands were
packed with spirited fans ranging from sup-
porting students, parents, friends and alum-
ni. The pregame parade was filled with bril-
liantly decorated floats made by student
classes, spirit groups and cheerleaders. The
Junior class won the stationary float and Key
Club won the car competition. Overall Arrive
Alive received special recognition and was
awarded a cash prize of SSO.
The game got off to a good start as the
cheerleaders and spirited fans cheered on
the Raiders. During halftime Dickie Conners.
the drum major led Waltons band in doing an
excellent job. As usual, the drill team did
very well in supplying an honor guard for the
homecoming court. The homecoming queen,
Cindy Ashton, was announced during the
half-time activities. The Raiders ended the
evening with a highlight of caging the Cardi-
Two days before the homecoming game,
the annual powder-puff game was played.
For a switch, the seniors were defeated by
. . . yes, you guessed it the Underclass-
I. G.A. Mangus throws the bomb. 2. Pam Crisp and Karen
Marlott learn to shave. 3. The senior powder-puff play-
ers enter the field. 4. Fading back is G.A. Mangus. 5.
Graham Ray and Dennis Biscan show their foxy bodies.
6. Walton Varsity Football team tramples the Cardinals.
7. Arrive Alive wins overall float contest. 8. The Junior
class won the competition for stationary floats. 9. The
best car for organizations was given to the Key Club
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Picking a homecoming queen has never
been an easy decision. This year, the seniors
had an even harder time than usual. They had
to pick a queen from five exceptional sen-
iors. Everyone seemed satisfied when Cindy
Ashton was announced homecoming queen
for l985. The rest of the l985 homecoming
court consisted of, seniors: Melinda Car-
ithers, Nancy Conneen, Pam Crisp, and Kitty
Lobsinger. Juniors were Nicole Peterson, and
Bonnie Sorrells. Sophomores were Krista Pe-
terson and Rhonda Gresham. Tara Blahnik
and Krista Yearwood completed the home-
coming court as freshmen.
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queen, Laurie Robertson. 2. Cindy Ashton the l985 Wal-
ton Homecoming Queen. 3. The eleven members of the
Homecoming court. 4. The seniors: Nancy Conneen, Pam
Crisp, Cindy Ashton, Kitty Lobsinger, and Melinda Car-
ithers. 5. Kelly C. Henson congratulates Cindy Ashton on
her achievement and presents her with a plaque. 6. The
Juniors. Nicole Peterson, and Bonnie Sorrells. 7. Sopho-
mores. Krista Peterson and Rhonda Gresham. 8. Fresh-
men: Tara Blahnik and Krista Yearwood.
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Young Life, the nondenominational Chris-
tian group, encourages students to follow the
ways of God without the evangelistic atmo-
sphere of a church. Over two hundred Wal-
ton students were actively involved in Young
Life this year. Young Life met every Thurs-
day night at 7:47 p.m. in the basement of Mt.
Zion United Methodist Church. Each club
lasted about I M hours consisting of, singing.
skits, praise, and finally the ten minute
"talk". This year, just as every year, Young
Life took approximately three hundred high
school kids from the East Cobb area to
Windy Gap. This North Carolina camp, be-
longing solely to Young Life, offers all the fun
and fellowship a person could ask for.
Throughout the weekend stay at Windy Gap
kids had the opportunity to, ride horses, at-
tempt the ropes course, relax in the jaccuzif
and do many other exciting activities. Un-
doubtedly the most memorable experience
of the weekend was the "cabin time", when
the unmeasurable love and the presence of
God could be felt all about each individual
cabin! Young Life and Windy Gap brought
many "lost" teenagers to their "rebirth" in
their Christian life.
I. Seven lady Young Life leaders perform their skit at
Windy Gap. 2. Wendy Lunn. Theresa Schwane, and
Jeanne Schneider pose for their picture during club at
Windy Gap. 3. Mike, Billy, and Geoff show their true
selves during a YL skit. 4. Nina dares our photographer
to . . . "click"l 5. Normal Norman and the "Blues Broth-
ers". 6. "My name is Dr. Noid and I can do incredible
thingsll" 7, Lance Bickley and Bruce Chastaine, Walton
YL leaders. 8. Brian Hilleary and Ed Brown show their
stuff. 9. "Bestest Friends" IO. The YL Symphonic Orches-
tra at Windy Gap. II. Steve Rossi and Julie Thompson
enjoy the long bus ride to Windy Gap.
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l. Coach White makes the call. 2. Coach Jones
anticipates another Raider victory. 3, This
group's "dressed to kill". 4. Brian Parnell and his
look of intimidation. 5. Mike Kavulic is alone and
' iif'i on his way to another punt return. 6. Go ahead,
Make my day, try to go through the walll 7. Don't
' worry, we did. 8. "Chuck E. Cheese" Carswell
does his imitation of Herschel Walker. 9. Coach
r White is always rappin' with the refs, IO. The
team that makes it all happen. Coaches Jim Turn-
er, Robert Lassiter, Rickey Young, Barry Russell,
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Hearn, Jody Friedmann, I2, Ron Holman at the
helm of perfection.
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The '85 Raiders had an incredible season
of 9-2. Led by Head Coach Steve Jones, Wal-
ton succeeded in clinching a record of five
playoff berths. The most important game
was against South Cobb, in which the Raiders
showed their class and team unity, to beat
the Eagles 24-ll. This game proved that the
offensive team could show guts and determi-
nation by not giving up in time of adversity.
The team turned a corner and their confi-
dence grew. The most memorable matchup
was that with Lithia Springs in which we won
I6-O. They were bigger and faster, but the
defense showed their strength and stopped
the Lions from scoring a single point. This
game produced another Walton playoff
berth. Some outstanding players were Lee
Williamson, Tim Bailey, Brad Anchors, David
Thomas, Mark McKown, Chuck Carswell.
Chuck Livingston, .lim Hall, and Mike Kavulic.
CThe whole defense is accredited to Wal-
ton's success.J This year's recordholders in-
clude Lee Williamson, who passed for over
I,O7O yards, and Mike Kavulic, who set a re-
ceiving record of 28 passes caught in one
season. Although the Raiders lost to Douglas
County in the first round of the Region
Championship, they showed their ability to
fight to the end, together as a tightly knitted
unit, and still come off the grid iron as "WIN-
NERS". The Raiders masterfully achieved the
honor of being the i985 5-AAAA Sub-Region
Champs. We would like to congratulate
Coach Jones for his great job during his first
year as head coach in being able to make the
team become one of the best.
Varsity Football - 39
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l. Tim Bailey is anxious to return to the game. 2.
First Row: Pat Long, David Thomas, Jody Saylor-
Smith, Ron Holman, Reid Miegel, Mike Lamb, Sec-
ond Row: Ben Duncan, Larry Henderson, G.A.
Mangus, Trey Reese, Lee Williamson, Mike Kavu-
lic, Mark McKown, Chuck Carswell Third Row:
Tim Burns, Chris Hill, Pat Moore, Clint White, Ed
La Graize, Shad Santee, Vince Wiegand, Scott
Parnell Fourth Row: Mike Hampton, Jim Derby,
Scott Egan, Mark Stevens, Todd Grant, Chuck
Livingston, Andy Rhoads, Brad Anchors, Fifth
Row: Mark Casto, Ben Brewer, Kevin King, Bobby
Hearn, Andy Brock, Brian Parnell, Mark Gibbons,
Jeff Pender Sixth Row, Tom Tootle, Jody Fried-
man, Tim Bailey, Chris D'Auria, Buddy Foss, Sean
McDonald, Jim Hall, Richard Shore Seventh Row,
Scott Cadora, Gregg Warnken, Drew Meadows,
Scott McMikael, Brandon Fausti, Vernon Bates,
Wayne Hall, Ted Fisher, Eighth Row: Stacy Ficz-
kio, Robb Leckie, Vince Biliki, Tony Pecht, Tim
Shields, John Morgan, Whitney Fite Ninth Row:
Coaches-Larry Richard, Jim Turner, Ricky
Young, Ron White, CHead Coachj Steve Jones,
Barry Russel, Scott Jones, Robert Lassiter, and
Luke Prescott, 3. Walton's Chorus Line. 4. The
I985 Senior Raiders. 5. Stacy Ficzko shows his
concern for the game. 6. "Golly BeevI" says Billy
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was originated by John Stafford and has
grown from a small one room office into a
large facility. What is it? lt is the new Sports
Medicine Complex here at Walton. The new
facilities include examination rooms and re-
habilitation center. This program is designed
to keep the athletes in better condition,
while helping those injured to a quicker and
more complete recovery. To those involved
in the development of this facility, the I9S5-
86 annual staff salutes you.
7. The beginning of the Sports Medicine clinic. 8.
The man who started it all, John Stafford. 9. Cin-
dy Hylton. assistant trainer. IO, Sports Medicine
staff. ll. Ben Duncan gets his money's worth from
the Sports Medicine staff. l2. Funds from the
Lewis Grizzard show went to the new Sports
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Varsity football cheerleading squad had a
bunch of fun and good times while cheering
the Raiders to a subregion title. They pro-
vided the spirit and some excitement for
every game. The squad went to camp at Ole
Miss during the summer. The squad was very
productive in raising the spirit and enthusi-
asm of Raider fans all over the county. Cap-
tain was Connie McClure and Co-Captain
was Bonnie Sorrells.
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is really a cone head. 3. Gimme an "R" says
Christy Maurer. 4. Carla Garrett and Connie Mc-
Clure discuss the next cheer. 5. Tracy Trimbur
cheers the Raiders to victory, 6. Front center:
Tracy Trimbur, Second row. Bonnie Sorrells. An-
drea Pricef Third row: Connie McClure, Jacquie
Nelson, Ashley Livingston, Back row: Christy
Maruer, Cindy Ashton, Amy Harrison, Carla Gar-
rett. 7. Varsity Cheerleaders heat things up at
the bonfire, 8. Here come the RAIDERSI 9. Ador-
able are those Seniors-Ashley, Carla, Christyl IO.
"Aren't we cute!" says Andrea Price, Jacquie
Nelson and Amy Harrison Il, Mary Trapnell cheers
for the Raider football team. ll. Cindy Ashton
wants the team to fire up.
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this second year of highschool competition.
the Raiders compiled a winning record. They
showed improvement and promise for the
years to come. The coaches are optimistic
that this team will carry on the "tradition" of
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44 - JV Football
I. The "Reckin' Crew" is here. 2, Front Row. How-
ard Ellenburg, Kent Huddleston, Kevin Taggart,
Richie Rucker, Paul Gibbons, Dennis James, Lex
McGraw, Trey Jones, David Case, P.J. Tessmenn,
Paul Burnett. Second Row. Todd Mitchell, Eric
Crump, Andy Rudder, Brad Gruehn, Kirk Foster.
Reed Guthrie, Chris Connly, Mike Franklin, Mar-
shal Chiles, Sean Wallace. Third Row. Hylos Bur-
rett, Matt Wiley, David McGouchy, Rob Bowman,
Mark Densmore, Jeff Engberg, Patrick Burns,
Matt Molmer, Teddy Keen, Mike Morris, John
Witshy. Fourth Row. Chris Cowart, Glenn Kelly,
Nick Wilson, Brent Goolsby, Mitch Donne. Chris
Burbic, Brett Cliffton, Bob Devenie, Tom Walsh.
Back Row. Coach Ricky Young, Coach Ron White,
Coach Barry Russel, Coach Robert Lassiter, and
Coach Jim Turner. 3. Sideline support. 4. Go of-
fense. 5. Coach White and Matt Wiley discuss
the game plans.
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November, these ten enthusiastic girls
cheered their J.V. Raiders to a victorious
season. Cheerleading camp at Ole Miss
brought the ten of them closer together as
well as united all the cheerleaders. They en-
joyed supporting Walton and promoting
school spirit at Homecoming.
With the help of their sponsors Mrs. Mas-
sigill and Mrs. Kincaid, their determination,
and positive attitude these girls ended their
season with a happy note of "J.V. Raiders, we
6. Hayden Smith says, "l'd rather be cheering." 7.
Krista Peterson fires up the home crowd. 8. Erica
Shantz and Bess Brown want a touchdown. 9.
Front Row: Krista Peterson Second Row: Caroline
Smith, Hayden Smith Back Row: Bess Brown, Lau-
rie Saye, Erica Shantg, and Julie Jenkins. Not pic-
tured: Kim Hatcher, Anne Marie Ward, Rhonda
Gresham. IO. Julie Junkins gets a better view of
the game. ll, Caroline Smith prepares the Run-
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Freshmen football team really put things
together this year as they compiled an excel-
lent record of 6-2, defeating "big-bad" Las-
siter. Each player gave his most. The coaches
tried to develop "the desire to win" in each
player. Jason Ellenburg, Dan Miller, and Jeff
Deputy, just to name a few contributed to
the excellence of Raider football.
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season. They attended cheerleading camp in
Alabama. And they won most improved
squad. This was a very talented group of girls
who worked well together and did a great job
of promoting school spirit. Their smiles, spir-
it, and ability shined through as they
cheered the Freshmen team to a victorious
I. What an "excedrin headachel" 2. What a mean offen-
sive line. 3. Brian Rieschick watches from the sidelines.
4. Jason Ellenburg drops back to pass. 5. Steve Foltz looks
intimidating. 6. First Row: Brent Hart, Jason Ellenburg,
P.J. Davoudpour, Robbie Gonzalez, Robert Holman, Will
Hakes, Brian Micholek, Mike Robinson, John Muilen, Hal
Lunn, Mike Grigsby, Casey Howard, Bill Papp. Second
Row: Coach Prescott, Trip Gammage, Lester Henderson,
Brit Jordan, Dan Miller, John Holmes, Jose Bena-
vides, David Fryer, John Mills, Chris Siefferman,
Dean Devenie, Chris Warbington, Craig Camp-
bell, Coach Richardson, Third Row: Mike Ward,
Jeff Deputy, Mike Meeks, Steve Foltz. Chad Man-
ning, David Clark, Tommy Nobis, Brian Rieschick,
Matt Green, Andie McDuffie, Chris Rohr, David
Foster, Todd Morlen, Fourth Row: Coach Jones,
Donald Gatlin, Greg Jones, Jeff Anderson,
Charles Shattuck, Jason McCuster, Scott Stanieh,
Miles Allen, Greg Upchurch, Teddy Shields, Jason
Vickery, Cameron Schmidt, Andy Fisher. 7. Show
us that Freshmen tower of power. 8. The squad
performs a dance routine. 9. Front Row: Tracy
Mittrucker, Mary Beth Transue, Stephanie Harri-
son. Second Row: Evonne Wahl, Katie Paden, Lau-
rie Maurer, Angie Coker. Back Row. Katie O'Neill,
Kristi Jenkins, Tara Blahnik, Cathy Morgan, and
Krista Yearwood. IO. Evonne Wahl gets the crowd
fired up. ll. Laurie Maurer and Cathy Morgan are
excited about the game. I'
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I. The girls on the Drill Team practice long hours
not to drop those rifles. 2. Betsy Thompson per-
forms some of the intricate moves of work with
the rifle, 3. The music lets the Drill Team make
some creative moves. 4. Mimi Ganser finishes
the routine. 5. Christy Troost has not only to
learn the flags and rifle part, but must be a good
dancer also. 6. Drill Team performs at a pep rally.
7. Lisa Thomlinson handles her rifle with ease. 8.
Alexa Morrison concentrates on the music and
her precision. 9. Tami Rhoades is in the spotlight
5 on this number. IO. Andrea Ringler and Michelle
Gensener strut their stuff.
Drill Team performed well in competition
receiving several excellent ratings. The most
important performance, however, took place
in Columbus, Georgia, Mrs. Donovan's home
town. The Drill Team prepared for their sea-
son by attending West Georgia Camp, during
which twisted ankles and busted lips were
common dilemmas. Selection for the team
was based on a two week training period
followed by try-outs. This year's outstanding
numbers involved Tammi Beals.
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I. Ward Tidmore prepares to start the music for
pep rally. 2. The Drum Line performs. 3. Scott
Moore leads the percussion unit. 4. On the March
with precision is a key word of the Band. 5. Rob-
bie Finleson performs his solo. 6. Mike Black, Mi-
chelle Tatum and Mike Hunt-the saxophone trio
sounds good. 7. Preston Jefferson, Mike Black,
and Brian Kennel playing the sax. 8. I hear Bells. 9.
Chris Gay plays his trombone. IO. Intensity on the
flute is part of marching by Lynne Jones. II.
Dickie Conners conducts the band. I2. The I985
Walton Raider Band.
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The Raiders ended their regular season
with an impressive record of I5-6, second in
the region trailing state ranked Wills. The
Raiders lost three heart-breakers to Wills, all
within four points. Varsity Team came to an
unexpected and sudden end with a loss to
Lithia Springs in the first round of the Region
Tournament. Many of the team members will
return next year hungry for a Region title.
52 ' Varsity Boys Basketball
l. Terry Gorsuch puts it up for two. 2. Bill Maloney
is up for the tip off. 3. Sean Behagen looks down
the court, 4. Bill Maloney puts it up. 5, Coach
Price gives Mike Black last minute instructions.
5. Bill Maloney-We want a basket. 7. GOOO
RAIDERSI 8. Mike Black up for the slam, 9. Karl
Meihoffer jumps for the ball. IO. Two more for Bill
Maloney. II. Coach Price talks with the "boys". l2.
Back row. Coach Malik, Stacey Fizcko, Scott
McWhorter, Marc Pisciotta, Phil Newsome, Mike
Black, Lee Williamson, Bill Maloney, Coach Wil-
son. Front Row: Coach Price, Pat Moore, G.A.
Mangus, Karl Meihoffer, Sean Behagen, Steve Re-
gitz, Terry Gorsuch, Robb Leckie, Coach Wilson.
l3. Bill Maloney puts it up with ease. .Bill Maloney
is caught in a iam. l5. Mike Black in for two.
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54 Varsity Girls Basketball
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Angie Spinks eyes the basket, 2. Angie drives
baseline. 3. Leslie Suder dribbles by her oppo-
4. Jodie Phillips works on her ball handling.
Leslie sneaks by the Wheeler defense. 6. Jodie
outsmarts the Wheeler defender. 7. An-
Spinks goes up for a shot. 8. Jodie shoots for
9. Coach Younglove goes over the post-
celebration. IO. Jodie looks for an open
Il. Leslie Suder concentrates on her
ll Back row: Jill Rosenbloom, Michele
Meg Maslyk, Tammy Mullis, Leslie Suder,
Rath. Middle row: Christy Fead, Angie
Jodie Phillips, Coach Bob Younglove.
row: Julie Butler.
They could be seen wearing the motto
"We're eager to win-make my day" as a
reminder to their opponents of their strong
courage and motivation. Though the Walton
Girl's Varsity Basketball team struggled
through a 3 and I4 season, they were not
lacking in spirit and eagerness to win. The
team could recall several close games that
just got away. Angie Spinks, a Senior, con-
tributed her excellent leadership and excit-
ing play to motivate a young team. Though
the team will lose three valuable seniors, the
leadership they left behind will help to make
the Lady Raiders an exceptional basketball
team in '87.
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I. Give me an "l". 2. The famous pyramid. 3. Kim
Davis cheers with a smile. 4. Jennifer Looney and
Meg Durham pose for a snapshot. 5. Jennifer Loo-
ney and Dana Olsen cheer during a timeout. 6.
Lisa Olsen, Jennifer Boehn, Meg Durham, Kim
Davis, Kim Cole, Nancy Heavner, Laura Weagley,
Jennifer Looney. Julie Mandella, Dana Olson. 7,
We love Homecoming! 8. Another professional
"Vogue" pose. 9. Jennifer Looney helps to keep
the team excited. IO. Nancy Heavner and her
brother hug each other after another win. ll. The
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Varsity Basketball cheerleaders started
their season in June at V.C.A. camp at the
University of Alabama where they won the
blue ribbon for their dance and cheers.
This spirited and hardworking group was
led by their captain Nancy Heavner and co-
captain Kim Cole. The squad encouraged the
Raiders and led them in a very successful
Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders - 57
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their more talented players to the Varsity 1
team. Their impressive I2-3 record reflects 5
the hard work and dedication they displayed
in practice. With Coach Wilson's guidance '
and intense determination several members
of this year's team will contribute to the Var- T
sity level. Outstanding members of the team
included Jeff Cambell, Terry Bellah, Matt
Williamson, and David Cushman.
58 . J.V, Boy's Basketball
I Coach Price gives the J V boys a pep talk 2
JV Raiders take a time out 3 Phll Newsome
shows his jump shot 4 Matt Williamson gets the
pass off 5 Varsity experience for a few JV
players. 6. Front Row: Lex McGraw, David Cush-
man, Tyler Murphy, Mike Franklin, Matt William-
son, Terry Bellah, and Matt Duffy. Back Row:
Coach Wilson, Scott Hillin, Jeff Campbell, Brant
Smith, Kelly McCoy, Breat Goolsby, and Scott
McQuilken. 7. Some Cheerleaders do a little rap-
pin' between halves. 8. J.V. B-ball cheerleaders
love their RAIDERSI 9. J.V. basketball Rah-rahs
love the homecoming parade. IO. Kim Rodgers
and Jill Jeffers show us their pearly whites. II.
Front Center: Kim Richardson. 2nd Row: Julie
Vaughn, Alesia Myers, Sue Sanzari. 3rd Row. Shel-
ly Johannes, Leigh Morrow, Amber Swit. 4th Row:
Kim Rodgers, Beth Derketch, Jill Jeffers, and
Sponsor Mrs. Flowers.
The Junior Varsity basketball cheerlead-
ing squad started off their season this past
summer at the UCA camp where they
learned many new cheers and stunts. Since
then they have been continuously improving
due to their enthusiasm and team coopera-
tion. They all developed good friendships
with each other and through that gained
more confidence in themselves. Under the
leadership of their captain, Beth Derketsch
and co-captain, Sue Sanzari, they managed to
have a fun and prosperous season, with also
many thanks to their sponsor, Julie Flowers.
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The freshman basketball team had an out-
standing season. They finished the regular
season with an impressive I4-O record. The
teams season came to an unexpected end
when they lost to Sprayberry by two points
in the first round of the county playoffs.
Though this was a disappointing loss, Coach
Malik, in his first year of coaching at Walton,
has established a winning program for the
60 ' Freshmen Boys Basketball
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I. Todd Gorsuch dripples in for the shot. 2. Lyle
Stuckey warms up before the game. 3. Steve
Hines sinks it for two. Todd Gorsuch lays it up.
Steve Hines shoots over Wills defender. 6. Lyle
Stucky drives into the lane. 7. First Row: Cmng.J
Ryan Berg, Justin Marshall, Russ Knight, Todd
Gorsuch, Second Row: Mike Martin, Brian
Borchers, Jeff Butler, Paul Mrus, Ed Miller, Steve
Hines, Ted Wark, Coach Malik. 8. We have iust
becone to J-A-M Jam. 9. Kelly Davis, Tricia Gil-
bert, Stacie Sweet-"Don't drop mel" IO. Steph-
anie Steele gets fired up for Homecoming, ll.
Front Row: Amy Williams, .lulie Chesik, Wendy
Newbold, Gretchen Payne, Kelly Davis, Stephanie
Steele, Stacie Sweet Back Row. Robin Holman,
Tricia Gilbert, Adrienne Parnell, Cathy Steppe,
Carrie Malone. I2. Robin Holman says, "Go Raid-
ers, get fired up!" I3. "Raiders score two more,"
Freshmen basketball cheerleaders went to
Ole Miss for cheerleading camp this sum-
mer. Only one ofthe cheerleaders had been a
cheerleader before. They worked hard and
achieved the most improved award at camp.
They were very spirited and supported the
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The J.V. basketball team had an excellent
season this year. They finished with a record
of 9-4-I. The team went all the way to the
Cobb County Tournament but lost in the first
round to Wheeler. Catherine Watt, Michelle
Jackson, Kelly Steele, Tricia C'Meara,
Heather Voight Cfreshmanj, and Natalie
Sharpe Cfreshmanj, were some of the out-
standing players on the team. Under the
leadership of Coach Ricky Young, they had
the best season of the girl's program.
I5 What did you say? 2. Excitement on the bench. 3.
Rhonda Belenger and Julie Lennigan take a break.
4. Kathy Morgan gets the old cardiovascular sys-
tem pumping. 5. First Row. Marie Johnson, Sue
Conlin, Kim Harsh, Julie Kennigan Back Rowf Amy
Jones, Kim Martin, Ronda Belanger, Heather
Reed, Lee Taylor, Kathy Morgan 5. Excersising
before the game. 7. Who do I pass it to? 8. Kim
Harsh stands tall during the game. 9. This player
looks for an open "man." IO. Rhonda Greshman
and Sue Harris get a chance to show their stuff on
the Varsity level. First Row. Donna Carillo, Tricia
O'Meara, Rhonda Greshman, Natalie Sharpe Back
Row: Carolyn Montague, Liz Evans, Jo Burkett,
Catherine Watt, Coach Younglove, Michelle
Jackson. I2. Coach Young yells from the sidelines.
I3. Who . . . me? I4. Rhonda Gresham cheers her
team on. I5. Kim Martin pauses for a second. I6.
Sue Harris readies herself for the rebound.
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l. Cathy Steppe does a back flip. 2. Greg Wilder-
"are we done" 3. Rob Walton takes a breath. 4.
Carl Moore moves ahead of his opponent. 5. Chris
Gay is off to a good start. 6. Chris Gay, Dave
Katz, and Greg Wilder party after their victory.
7. Chris Gay strides through the water. 8.Back
Row. Mark Van Duke, Brad Meinders, Greg
Wilder, Chris Gay, Dave Katz, John Sitter, Rob
Sterret, Neal Matcham, Front Row: Jay Baxter.
Cathy Gay. Dana Hadley, Scott Sax. Karen Ferrell,
Cecile King, Mary Masters, Jeanne McClellan,
Kelly Jean, Meredith Taylor. 9. Help, l'm stuck. IO.
Post swim meditation. II. Dave Katz sets his
sights on the water. l2. The swim team relaxes
after a meet. I3. Outstanding members of the
64 - Varsity Swimming
The swim team lost several good seniors
last year, but they were still able to place in
state. The boys finished eighth at the Emory
Southeastern Invitational. Chris Gay finished
an impressive fourth in the 50 and I00 free
style at this invitational. Carl Moore and Da-
vid Katz also placed, sixth in 400 freestyle
relay and twelfth in 50 freestyle. With these
members and many other great swimmers
the Walton swim team had no problem keep-
ing a stroke ahead of their competition.
Varsity Swimming ' 65
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from Mark Stevens. 2. Clark Beard struggles to
flip his opponent. 3. Grappling in the middle of
the mat. 4. Refrigerator meets Hylos "Coke Ma-
chine" Barret. 5. What are you gonna do with him
now? 6. Gian Frigerio tries the "Chicken Wing."
7. Coach Turner puts his all into the match. 8.
Jack Beavers says, "Am I bad or What?". 9.CIark
Beard prepares to begin the match. IO. Stacy Ship
tries to psyche out his opponent. Il. Mike Heath
wonders, "Can I start now?" Il. Get a little lower
Who are those grapplers with such names
as Mark "Nature Boy" Stevens and Hylos
"Coke Machine" Barret? They are the Wal-
ton Raider Wrestling Team C a subset of the
World Wrestling Federationj. There are
many outstanding wrestlers. Mark Stevens
has yet to be beaten. Craig Hicks and Kent
Lehnhof were two of the youngest and small-
est on the team, but they were also two of
the best. The team went to meets such as
Cobb County and Metro North, at which they
did very well. Congratulations to Coach
Turner for a job well done.
Wrestling - 67
Walton varsity baseball team had an out-
standing year. The team made the playoffs
for the first time in the history of the school.
Enroute to the playoffs, the team went I2 and
I2 overall, and IO and 6 in the region while
winning their last 3 games of the regular sea-
son. Coach White hoped that the teamwork
and motivation displayed by the players
would make a name for the Walton Baseball
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Winds up the old spitball. 3. G.A. Mangua shows
his team spirit. 4. Gian Frigerio streches for the
ball. 5. Mark Hardee jumps back. 6. Coach Russell
and Brian Saul have a good laugh. 7. Mark Casto
has his mind on other things than baseball. 8.
Coach White cannot figure out what is happen-
ing. 9. Back Row: Coach Barry Russell, Mike Kavu-
lic, Gian Frigerio, Earl Gatling, Tim Bailey, Scott
Kelly, G.A. Mangua, Jeff Fitzgerald, Ronnie
Young, Coach Tom McCoy. Front Row: Mark
Casto, Russ Epting, Mark Hardee, Tim O'Mears,
Coach Ronnie White, Tim Morris, Bill Popp, Eric
Moore. IO. Gian Frigerio gets ready to steal sec-
ond base. II. The Walton player heads for second
Baseball - 69
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I. Back Row. Kenny Carlson, Doug Hartwell, Mark
Newton, Matt Williamson, Mike Laney, Mark Pis-
cotta, Jeff Shannon, Terry Bellah, Brian Chandler,
Coach McCoy Front Row: Chris Atwood, Dan El-
lis, Kevin King, Alan Webb, Jeff Clark, Mike Ha-
verland, Pat Jones, Brian Hvizdak, Lori Anne Cus-
tance--mgr. 2. Kenny Carlson digs it out. 3. Terry
Bellah throws to first. 4. Marc Piscotta throws
with intensity. 5. Mike Haverland is safe. 6. The
outfield feels the breeze from the swing of Brian
Chandler. 7. Dickie Conners with the throw in. 8.
Jamie Mann attempts a head shot. 9. Sean Jack-
son abuses opponent. IO. Paul Odendhal shows
tremendous soccer skill. ll. Sean Adams concen-
trates on the ball. I2. Front Row: Grover Thomas,
Greg George, P.J. Tessman, Brandon Burns,
Shane Chris Barbic, Reid Miegal, John Meredith,
Paul Odendaul, Mike Maxwell, Eric Hess, Shawn
Jackson, Mike Cash, Paul Freeze Back Row.
Coach Siegle, Chip Stewart, John Mansour, Mark
Woodison, John Odendhal, Jamie Mann, Jo-Jo
Herlitz, Stuart McFee, Eric Hube, Kirk Baldridge,
Tony Pecht, Dickie Conners, Eddie Bodderford,
Chris Keller, Tim Nale, Jim Sheperd, Coach Brad
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J.V. Baseball team posted a 7-5-I record.
The team's enthusiasm, led by Marc Newton,
was very high and the players always en-
couraged each other. The most important
game of the season was against Wheeler be-
cause it was the last game of the season and
the team wanted to end with a win against
our long standing rival.
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tion for future playing on Varsity level. The
team had many players so there were alot of
substitutions. This encourages the players to
do their best to receive maximum playing
The most important game of the season
was the championship game against Wheel-
er. A memorable event of the season was
when Greg George, the smallest on the team
scored the only goal in our I-O victory over
Sprayberry in the first round of the tourna-
ment. They ended the season with a record
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I. Toby Burdett, Tim Huber, Mike Henderson, and
Brian Hillary feel the pain of "just another day at
the races." 2. Chris Klein approaches the finish
line. 3. Sean Jackson stays ahead of a Lassiter
opponent. 4. Leader of the pack! 5. Terry Brennan
and Mike Henderson explore the wonders of na-
ture. 6. Chris Klein leads the way to the finish. 7.
lt's Walton by a legl 8. Front row: Bryant Russell.
Mark Speer, Mark Corbett, Terry Brennan, Chris
Klein, Bill Bennett, Grant Bannon, Kelly Hall, Mgr.
Back row. Coach Ravelli, Toby Burditt, Brian Hil-
Ieary Shawn Young, Mike Henderson, Tim Huber,
Sean Sweeny. and Coach Sheskey 9. Shawn Young
gasps for breath at the finish line. IO. Mark Cor-
bett Brlan Hilleary, Toby Burditt, Tim Huber, and
Don Giles are all out for a morning trot through
Varsity Boys Cross Country team ended
with a great season. They always tried to get
better and be the best that they could be.
They ran many miles in the summer for train-
ing. A memorable event of the season was
winning the Region Championships. They
ended the season with a 3-O record for dual
meets. They came away winning the County
and the Region. They placed third in the
State. They all did an outstanding job.
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l. ls Lee Anne looking good or what? 2. Cathy
Case catches up. 3, Christy Amber strides
through the woods. 4. Lee Anne Case goes back
to nature! 5. Erika Kenner struts her stuff. 6. Run-
ners, take your mark. 7. Cathy Case leads this
pack! 8. Way to go Lee Annel 9. Bottom row: Keri
Jackson, Julie Chisek, Kari Jacob, Kim Harvey,
Andrea Chisolm, Lee Anne Case, Kelly Hall
Qmngrbt Back row. Coach Ravelli, Erica Kenner,
Karen Farrell, Cathi Monk, Christy Amber, Blair
Eggleston, and Coach Sheskey. IO. Women take
your mark ready, gol
Varsity Girls Cross Country had a success-
ful season. Team excellence was encouraged
by the girl's attitude to improve and win.
They trained in the summer by running many
miles. Their most important meet was the
State Meet in which Lee Anne Case won! The
total record for the year was 3-O in dual
meets. They placed first at county and re-
gion. They placed second in the state.
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Girls Varsity Track was a great team this
year. They placed third in the county and in
the region. They finished l0th in the state.
According to Coach Luke Prescott, "Track
is one of the sports in which the motivation
has to come from within the athlete him or
herslef. l can 'drive' them during practice,
but when it comes down to the last 200 me-
ters of the 800 meter run-there is nothing l
can do to help them. They have to be willing
to push themselves through the pain." The
girls obviously listened and learned a great
deal from their coach.
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I. Patty Heslin hands off to Karen Mulligan in realy. 2.
Stephanie Weller blows her competition away in the
800 meter run. 3. Jeanne Schneider prepares to lap
her competition. 4. Erika Kenner gets tough in her
kick to the finish. 5. Maureen Mulligan checks how
she finished in the event. 6. Front Row: Stacie Hen-
derson, Pam Fields, Julie McCoy, Sue Sanzari, Leigh-
Ann Case, Kim Foltz, Gail Dallasandro, Jenny South-
erland-mgr. Middle Row: Sonya Roberts, Jennifer
Pitts, Sari Gruber, Nancy Scussel, Holly Eger, Erica
Kenner, Patty Hesline, Andrea Chisolm, Karen Dixon,
Maureen Mulligan, Kelly Hall-mgr. Back row. Coach
Lee Gower, Karen Mulligan, Stephanie Weller, Donlyn
Carpenter, Cathy Monk. Cathy Case, Debbie Mul-
chahey, Melissa Bennet, Marlene Smith, Heather
King, Jeanne Schneider, Blair Eggleston, Coach Luke
Prescott, Coach Bill Hawkins. 7. Cathy Case exerts a
great effort for the discus throw. 8. Kim Flotz and
Cathi Monk stride it out. 9. Debbie Mulchahey gets
set to hurl the discus.
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zason. Coach Lee Gower inspired the team
y never having a negative attitude. The
:nys always gave it one hundred percent and
-arned "to be the best one has to push it to
The region meet was the most important
l the season for the team because its the
we that will qualify people for the state
ieet. This year's team came away with the
LULEIE ITU 'UE
I. Chuck Carswell leaps high in the long jump. 2.
Toby Burdett strides ahead of the competition. 3,
Ben Battel attacks the bar of the pole vault. 4. Tim
Burns misses in the high jump. 5. Vince Bilicki
follows through with form in the discus. 6. Coach
Lee Gower talks with Athletic Director Corky
Keil and former principal Ron Galloway. 7. Alex
Greer shows his method of approach. 8. Scott
McMichael waits for his turn at the shot. 9. The
discus throw is a picture in motion. IO. Front Row:
Kelly Hall-mgr., Fread Carrilo, Mark Speer, Alex
Greer, Carl Dallassandro, Chuck Carswell, Scott
N Egan, Mark Corbett, Paul Harris, Perry Spencer,
Dan Gilroy, Carl Moore, David Southerland, Mid-
dle Row: Jenny Southerland-mgr., Brian Weller,
Chris Klein, David Smith, Chris Evans, Billy Bond,
Tim Burns, Vince Wiegand, Todd Yocum, Brian
Hillary, Jeff Campbell, Toby Burdett, Mike An-
derson, Coach Bill Hawkins. Back Row: Coach Lee
Gower, Tony Young, Tim Quber, Jack Walker,
David Ray, Ben Bettle, Carl Bolt, Kevin Hendricks,
Vince Bilicki, Chuck Livingston, Ken LaCurto, Bri-
an Parnell, Shawn Young, Coach Luke Prescott. II.
Tim Burns clears the bar in the high jump. ll.
Vince Bilicki displays the correct form for the
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record of 4 wins and only one loss. Coach
Gower and Coach Hawkins motivated the
team with discipline and inspiring phrases
such as, "You go with class, you act like class,
you run like class, and you will win with
class." The outstanding members were
Grant Bannon, Bill Bennet, and Shawn Young.
The team won the .l.V. County Meet for the
second time in Walton history. Many of the
team members will contribute greatly at the
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I. Shawn Young and Sean Jackson prepare before
the meet. 2. Front Row: Manager-Jenny Suther-
land, Ben Brewer, David Lee, Bryant Russell, Marc
St. Pierre. Tim, Hines, Brad Gruehn, Terry Breh-
nan, Shane Arthur, Grant Bannon, Eric Dych 2nd
row. Manager-Kelly Hall, David Case, John Spra-
gue, Vic Wiegand, Kevin Taggart, Mark Palm-
quist, Scott Cadora, Paul Burnett, Vince Wie-
gand, Robert Griffin Back Row: Coach Luke
Prescott, Coach Bill Hawkins, Chris Hampton,
Mike Hampton, Mike Henderson, Kent Huddles-
ton, Pat Quinn, Tom Bogata. Jeff Campbell, Tom
Walsh, Matt Wiley, Shawn Young, Coach Lee
Gower. 3. Shawn Young realizes "Coke is itl" 4.
Matt Wiley hopes the sand is there when he
lands. 5. Mark Palmquist jumps with full force. 6.
Brent Goolsby poses for a Nike commerical. 7.
Catherine Watt saves the ball from the back line.
S. Kelly Steele readies herself for the block. 9.
Front Row. Kelly Steele, Catherine Watt, Clarisse
Lopez Back Row: Coach lnka Herron, Joe Burkett,
Jennifer Melvin, Sally Ficzko. IO. Catherine Watt
serves the ball, Il. Kelly Steele sets the ball for Joe
Burkett. ll. Kelly Steele and Clarisse Lopez fight
for the ball.
J.V. volleyball team had a positive attitude
and was brought through a difficult season
with the desire to win. The team trained
hard and had a volleyball clinic to prepare
them for the season. Walton vs. Pebblebrook,
the first match, was a memorable event. The
team didn't seem to be ready, but they came
through with a victory. The most important
match of the year was against Osborne be-
cause the girls had to prove to themselves
that they could win. Their coach, Mrs. Her-
ron, lead them through the difficult season to
a record of 9-2.
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To prepare for the season, the team spent
weeks of conditioning, running, jumping,
on the wall, and stretching. They
for two hours a day. During prac-
they drilled blocking, spiking, setting
serving. The most important game was
Mclntosh High School. The team
from behind to win the match. The
was very young this year. All of the
love to play and they all have the same
Varsity vollyeball had a great season with
record of 4-7, but thats the way volleyballs
I. Michele Reed has total concentration. 2. Melin-
da Carithers bumps the ball. 3. Michele sets the
ball. 4. What form! 5. Michele sets Andrea Moore
for a spike. 6. Keep your eyes on the ball. 7, Front
Row: Melinda Carithers, Andrea Moore, Stacey
Michell, Terry Dixon, Michelle Jackson, Tina
Galle Back Row: Tina O'Conner, Jennifer Rath.
Jennifer Hofer, M.C. Richardson, Michele Reed,
Coach lnka Herron. 8. Stacey Mitchell brings the
ball into play. 9. Andrea Moore does it on her
knees. IO. Coach lnka Herron helps to motivate
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but the whole team contributed to the wi
ning record of IO2.
I. Wendi Murdock in forehand meditation. 2.
Heather Lawless prepares to ace opponent. 3. Be
tough, Julie Hough! 4. Jill Nolan is happy with her
forehand. 5. Lynn Gresham looks happy with her
forehand. 6. Wendi Murdock scoops a low ball. 7.
ls Kim Libby intense on the court? 8. Amy Con-
neen is looking good on her backhand. 9. Lynn
Gresham looks intensel IO. Front Row: Nancy Con-
neen, Chrissy Cousins, Heather Lawless, Kim Lib-
by, Susan Strausburg, Kim Harvey, Amy Conneen.
Back Row: Coach Tommy Marshall, Donna Stout.
Nicole Peterson, Kristen Murphy, Jill Nolan, Julie
Hough, Wendy Murdock, Lynn Gresham.
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Varsity Boys Tennis Team was outstand-
ing this year. They prepared by reviewing
drills for singles and doubles play. Chris King,
the captain, played at Walton for 4 years as
the most valuable player. Mike Brooks and
Chris Clay are iil doubles team in the region
and the ii! team in the state. Peter Jacobsen
placed 2nd in the region.
A memorable event was when the players
received balloons before the final tourna-
ment against Wheeler. They assumed the
balloons were from Lassiter, who had been
defeated by Wheeler. To their surprise, the
balloons were from Coach Montez Bowen.
This year's team kept up the tradition of
strong tennis at Walton by ending with an
86 ' Varsity Boys Tennis
l. Good form Mike Brooks! 2. Chris King hits
through some dense fog. 3. Eric Bond .... . a look
of satisfaction. 4. Eric Bond's forehand is looking
goodl 5. Back Row: Coach Montez Bowen, Peter
Jacobson, Jay Gardner, Mike Brooks, John Hel-
wic, Mike Bruckert, Greg Gaydon, Chris King.
Front Row: Steve Brooks, Jeff Harper, Chris Wil-
son, Eric Bond, Will Perry, Brian Wilson, Chris
Clay 6. Brian Wilson displays his serve. 7. Mike
Brooks with a forehand winner. 8. Peter Jacobson
scoops on a low ball. 9. Look at the Intensity on
Jeff Harper's face. IO "Uggghhh" says Chris Clay
as he reaches for ball. II. Chris King is tough at the
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88 0 Varisty Boys Soccer
Coach Bucky Boozer led the Varsity Boys to a
winning season. Before the season started, ha-
conditioned them by running. The most impor
tant game of the season was against Heritag
because the victory of that game put Walton
the finals of state against Lovett.
The team worked together and thought that
Coach Boozer for his first year made the prac
tice more fun than just training. The seasor
ended with Walton undefeated in the regior
and third in the state. Their record was I2-2.
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Mark Odendaul encourages his team to move
ie ball. 2. Brian Benak used his head for this play.
Mark Odendaul gets ready for the kick. 4. The
ead is a major tool in soccer. 5. Al Winston saves
:is point as goalie. 6, Shad Santee takes to the air
f get the ball. 7. Bucky Boozer seems to be con-
centrating hard on the game. 8. Mark Odendaul
readies for the boot. 9. Scott Krussow is in hot
pursuit. IO. Mark once agains shows his fancy
foot work. ll. Front Row: Coach Bucky Boozer,
Mike Black, Pat Moore, Richard Rice, Ben Dun-
can, Mark Lanzi, Adam Boyer, Robbie Hutto.
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Mark Odendaul, Blake Frazier, Greg Gibbs, Al
Winston. Back Row. John Hannah, Scotty Bear-
den, Tim Cochran, Richard Tyree, Mark Marlowe,
Judd Ficklen, Shad Santee, Phillip Vullo, Jeff Kent,
Bryan Benak, Scott Krussow, Mike Gumber. l2.
Mark Marlowe chases down his opponent.
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. Leslie Suder watches the game. 2. Belinda Car-
nen is always on the go. 3. Laura Kalember sets
up the shot. 4. Pam Crisp gets ready to receive
he ball. 5. Leslie Suder juggles the ball down the
ield. 6. Laura Kalember leaves the pack behind. 7.
The Raiders congratulate on a great game. 8. Julie
lutler is in the line up. 9. Front Row: Michelle
lenak, Shawna Zimmerman, Kristen Johnson, Ju-
ie Butler, Laura Kalember, Belinda Carmen, Laura
lelmonte. Back Row: Coach Jeff Holman, Jenni-
er Boehm, Beth Hulton, Amy Minor, Leslie Suder,
'am Crisp, Lynn Butler, Angie Jones, Melinda
Mlarlin, Valerie Haney. IO. Jennifer Boehm drib-
ales the ball to score. ll. Laura Kalember throws
:he ball in.
K IEE WINE IEIUCU
Walton girls soccer team had another great season.
They were motivated by their coach Jeff Holman, who
was extremely enthusiastic about practices and
stressed basic skills. They played for causes such as. an
injured player, and the coache's last game.
Jeff motivated the team by telling the girls that they
have to want to win. He always pushed them to give
lIO7Q, but they enjoyed doing it. The most important
thing was that he cared about the girls.
A memorable event of the season was when the team
ran around the field with the trophy after winning the
playoffs. It must have been a great feeling to reach a goal
that had been set before two years ago.
The soccer team had a record of I8-I over the past two
years. This season, their record was 8-I,
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The team members know that to be a good
golfer, one must practice all year. As Coach
Younglove said, "Low scores make it, high
scores don't". In golf especially at Walton,
tradition seems to be the motivator. ln six
years . . . six Region Championships.
The most important tournament of the
year was Region, Because the best teams in
the county were represented. Walton pulled
through with a victory enabling a trip to
state. Finishing third in the state, the team
not only fought I5 other teams, but survived
thunder, rain, lightning, and sand fleas The
team finished with a regular season record
I. Rob Adams has powerful form. 2. Bruce Mitchell
watches after his shot. 3. Brad Champion watch-
es his ball go astray of the hole. 4. Coach Bob
Younglove, Eric Krohn, Brad Champion, Bruce
Mitchell, Chris Noah. 5. Carlyle Rood, Julie Ran-
som, and Jeff Noah pose on the green. 6. Coach
Younglove sits back and relaxes. 7. Practice
makes perfect. 8. Bruce shows some great con-
centration. 9. Bruce Mitchell and Rob Adams walk
to the next hole.
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I. Mark Katz flies toward the finish line. 2. Front
Row: John Sprague, Shane Aurthur, Rob Strret,
Scott Dax, Marc Katz, Allen Wade, Kelly Hall
CMng.J Back Row: Coach Rovelli, David Lee,
Adam Fuller, Tristan Van Strien, Dwayne White-
side, Shawn Jackson, Don Giles, Mark Van Duke.
and Coach Sheskey. 3. John Sprague strides out
the finish. 4. Grant Bannen pulls out in front. 5.
Adam Fuller believes the saying "No pain, no
gain!" 6. Kim Alnut eyes the pitch. 7. Front Row:
Traci Rhoads, Natlie Sharp, Dana Baker, Susan
Belmonte, Samantha Vickers, Amy Gose, Heather
Fausti. Back Row: Coach lnka Herron, Laura Aver-
sono, Elizabeth Richardson, Leigh Taylor, Danna
Gillespie, Jennifer Booth, Jennifer Behm, and Da-
tie Lindsey. 8. Jenny Gayer observes from behind
the backstop. 9. Front Row: Kim Alnut, Patty Hes-
lin, Christy Alnut, Christy Harmon, Jenny Gayer,
Stacy Katz, Tina O'Conners, Back Row: Sue Har-
ris, Megan Gilland, Cindy Hooper, Sara Smith,
M.C. Richardson, Tammy Mullis, Jody Phillips,
and Coach Bowen. IO. Tina O'Conners digs it out
of the dirt. ll. Sue Harris gives it her all.
94 - JV Cross Country
J.V. Cross Country team was motivated bg
their desire to reach their potential by im'
proving with each race. They ran many mile:
over the summer to prepare for the season
The most important race of the season
was the Region 5-AAAA J.V. Championship
The team ended the season with a record o
2-O in duel meets. They placed second ii
county and placed first in region.
This was a year of development for varsit
softball. If nothing else, the Raiders gainei
some experience which will give them a
edge on the competition next year. Th
team's best game was against Cambell a
they handely defeated the Panthers IO-
Montes Bowen was a great coach trying t'
teach and encourage the players throug
this difficult season.
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JOHN BALL-CBD Academic Bowl 9,
French Club II-Sec., Key Club IO, II-
Vice Pres., ll, Pride 9, IO, ll, IZ, Super
Seniors, Young Life IO, II, l2, Wrestling Ii,
JASON BANKS-Super Seniors, Young
VERNON BATESM-CMr. VD Arrive Alive
I2, FCA I2, Super Seniors ll, Young Life
I2, Football 9, II, 12, Track 9, IO, l2, Wres-
tling 9, IO, II.
BEN BATTELL-CSnakeJ Super Seniors,
Track 9, IO, Il, IZ.
TAMMI BEALS-Glokeyb Drill Team 9,
io, ii. i2,Jr.csvna,1 12, Spanish Club 9, '
Nat. Honor Soc. 9, IO, II.
MELISSA BENNETTM-iSkin Wifel Dra-
ma I2, Jr, Civitan IO, II, I2, Pride ll, IZ:
Super Seniors, Young Life 9, IO, II, I2,
Track 9, IO, II, I2.
SCOTT BENNETT-CScottb Deca 12,
Latin Club 9, MDE l2, Pride I2, Super
Seniors l2, Young Life IO, il.
BRIAN BI-IALLA-CKarate Kidh Super
Seniors, Young Life 9, IO, ll, I2.
CRAIG BIGHOUSE-CLittie Huth Arrive
Alive I2, Concert Band 9, Drama 9, IO, I2,
German Club 9, IO, Il, ll, Model LIN IZ,
Super Seniors, Football 9, IQ Wrestling
VINCE BILICKI-CSkippyJ Super Sen-
iors, Football 9,lO, ll, I2, Track 9, IO, II, I2.
WILLIAM BIRDSONG--CBirci3 Football
MIKE BISBEE-German Club ll, I2, Super
Seniors, Latin Club 9, IO.
DENNIS BISCAN-CBig Denb Academic
Bowl 9, II, Jr. Beta 9, IO, Concert Band 9,
IO, Jr, Civitan Ii, IZ, Key Club IO, ll--Nice
Pres. I2-Vice Pres, Latin Club IO, Il, I2,
Marching Bandl9, IO, Pride IO, ll, l2, Sw
per Seniors, Symphonic Band IO, Young
Life ll, I2, Wrestiing IO, II, I2, Who's Who
ANISSA BISHOP--CNiecyJ Deca l2,
MDE ll, Young Life IO, ll, Basketball
Manager IO, II. .
MICHAEL BLACK-Marching Band 9,
IO, II, ll, Super Seniors, Symphonic Band
9, IO, Il, I2, All-State Band Il, ll, Gov.
Honors Music il, Jazz Band 9, IO, Il, I2.
BILLY BONDH--QB.B.3 Annual Il, Beta Il,
IZ, Class Officer 10-Vice Pres., I2--
Pres., FCA 9, IO, II, IZ, SGA IO, I2, Super
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I. Karen Marlott makes her presence known. 2.
.Iohn Nesbitt and Lee Williamson show us what
they've got. 3. Brian Bhalla shows his enthusiasm
for class. 4. Trish Naylor, Pam Crisp, and Angie
Jones model their toga outfits. 5. Lisa Hall cele'
brakes her birthday at school. 6. Who's the best?
7. MC. Richardson heaves the ball.
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IO, II, IL Track 9, II, Nat. Honor Soc. I2.
MIKE BORKAT-Academic Bow! lla Ar-
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Club ll, Super Seniors, Swimming IQ
Track 9, I2, Ice Hockey 9, IO.
TOMMY BOLIIE-Art Ib Super Seniors,
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Galle and Steve Galezieski root on the Raiders. 3.
Melinda Carithers participates in a spirit
test. 4. Who are these sneaky seniors? 5.
Hill. Stacey Snow, Parissa Davoudpour.
Sneecl show their spirit at a pep rally.
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BRAD CHAMPION FCA 9 IO II I2
Pride I2r Super Sensors Young Llfe 9 IO
II I2 Golf 9 IO II 2
MICHELE CHILDS Jr Clvltan 9 IO
Young Life 9 IO II
MIDI CHOE Art9 I0 II I2 Drama I2
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BILL CLEMENTS Deca I2 ROTC 9
BOBBY COATS QMr Beachj Concert
Band 9 IOI Marching Band 9 IO Il I2s
Super Sensors, Symphomc Band II I2r
JASON COLEMAN Key Club II l24 Lat
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9 IO ll Basketball 9 Tenms l2, Lan
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Ga Merlt Scholar
NANCY CONNEEN CNance3 FCA IO II
I0 Il I2f Tennis 9 IO ll I2
DICKIE CONNERS fRockun Rnchardb
Concert Band9 IO .lr Clvltanll l2f Key
Club Ilg Latm Club 9 IOS Super Semors
Symphonic Band Soccer 9 IO II
Marching Band 9 I0 Il I2 Drum Ma
RIC COOK Key Club 9 IO
MARK CORBETT Super Senlorss
Young LIfe9 IO ll I2 Cross Country9
IO ll I2 Soccer 9 Track IO Il
COLIRTENAY COSTLEY Deca IO ll l2s
MDE I0 II I2
TOM COUNTS Academic Bowl 9 IO
ll I2 Pres, Beta II I2 Jr Beta 9 I0
Drama I2 Treas Inter Club Counc ll
I2f .Ir Csvltan ll I2 Key Club IO Il I2
Latin Club 9 IO ll Pres I2 Chap
Math Club IO Il Vtce Pres I2 Math
Team IO Il I2 Pres Science Club IO
Wrestlmg IO, Gov Honors ll Math
Language Honor9 IO Il Nat Merttll I2
Whoswholl I21Nat Honor Soc Il I2
Mag I2r Science Award 94 Computer
DAN COLIRTEMANCHE Basketball l0x
Soccer 9, Tenms IO
JOE COWART DCT ll I2
MARSI COX CMarsJ Arrive Allve I2f
FBLA l24 Jr Clvltan IO II Prlde ll: Super
Semorsf Who s Who I2
TARA CRAFT fBoo boob Arrive Alive
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IO: Super Seniors
SUSIE CRAIG CSuesJ Drama 9 IO ll
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KARYN DIXON-Arrive Alive Di Beta
lO,Il.I2g Deca Ili Jr. Civitans Il,l2i Latin
Club 9: MDE Ili Math Club 94 Math Team
93 Super Seniorsi Young Life ll,l2a Bas-
ketball 9i Track 9,lO,lI,l2i Spanish Honor
llv Nat. Merit ll,l2i Nat. Honor Soc. ll,l2,
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BETH DOUGLAS--CRedj Arrive Alive
II, Deca IL Pride lh Young Life 9,lO,llg
ROB DOUGLAS-Soccer Il.
JULIA DREWRY--Oewelryb Academic
Bowl ll, Beta ll,l2, Deca l24 Jr. Civitans
ll, ll, Model LIN Ili Math Club IO,II,I2z
Math Team lO,ll,l24 Science Club lO,l2i
Gov. Honors-Math, Who's Who.
JOHN DLIDAS-CToe Suckeri Deca lla
Drama 9,lOi Super Seniorst Swimming
BEN DUNCAN-FCA Il,I2z Super Sen-
iorsi Young Life lO,li,l2i Football 9,lO,ll,l2i
SCOTT EARNEST-iScootD Super Sen'
KEVIN EAST-gflboomineastl Arrive
Alive Ili Superiifrieniiors.
GEOFF EATON--CG-Bong! Arrive Alive
l2i Deca Di MDE l2f Math Team Da Base-
ball IQ Football 95 Track 93 Science Fair
CHACE EDWARDS--CBraceJAnnual IQ
Arrive Alive IL Art lOg Class Officer 91
Concert Band 91 Jr. Civitans Ili March-
ing Band 94 Pride Ili Super Seniorsa
Young Life IO, ll,l2s Swimming ll
BLAIR EGGLESTON-wCBIair Bearb Super
Seniors: Young Life lO,ll,l2i Cross Coun-
try 9,lO,il,I2i Track 9.lO,lI,l2.
LISA E!-ILER-Cleeseb Young Life 9,lOg
Cross Country ll.
JENIFER ERVIN-Uenib Arrive Alive
I2-Pres, FCA 9,IO,ll,I2i Math Club li,l25
Mathffeafn ll,l2g Newcomer's Assoc. ll
Pride.. .SGA IZ, Super Seniors, Young
Lifef93O4III,I24 Cheerleader I0i Football
Mgr.e9.l04 Wrestling Mgr. 9.
DANIELLE ETZBACH-CCrashJ Beta
ll,l2g Jr. Civitan l0,ll,l2-Pres: Pride Ili
SGA III Super Seniorsg Young Life
9,l0,ll,i2a Track 9,lOf Spanish Honor lO,lI.
NICOLE EUBANK-fNikiD Arrive Alive
IL FCA iii Super Seniorsg Young Life
9.IO,lI,l2s Soccer Mgr. ll,l2.
CHRIS EVANS-CEdJ Drama Di Super
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German Club lib Key Club lO,ll,I2.
Marching Band 9,lO,ll,l2l Super Seniors.
Symphonic Band 9,lO,ll,l2g German Hon-
RICHARD FEIS--CRichJ Arrive Alive ll,
FCA IOQ Young Life 9,lO,ll,l2s Football
1. The Key Club prepares for Homecoming activi-
ties. 2. Erica George dresses up for Homecoming.
3. Dickie Connors directs the Raider Band. 4.
Nancy Heavner, Patti Culbreath, and Wendy
Lunn pose for a picture.
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STACEY FICZKO-CFizzJ FCA lla Super
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DAWN GOLZ lI.lttle Trooperb Prlde
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NICOLE GRAMENZ CNlcumsD Arrlve
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Marching Band 9 IO ll I2 Super Sensors
Symphonic Band Il I2
ALEX GREER Super Senlors Track
uors Wrestling 9 IOII I2
JOHN GRIGSBY ArrIveAl1vel2g.lr Cl
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Prxde I2 Super Seniors Football 9l0
CHRIS GRLIEI-IN CCeps3 Annual lll21
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GABY GRZYMEK fGupJ Deca I2 Super
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MICHAEL GLIMBERT CGumbyl Soccer
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DANA HADLEY CDanerJ Arrive Allve
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NICOLE HAGER QNIICID Inter Club
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Young Lrfe 9 IO Il IL Basketball Manager
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LISA HALL fWeezaJ Drill Team IGB,
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WAYNE HALL CDancmg Bear? Annual
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rope this summer They were visiting a por-
trait galiery in Stratford On Avon, England
when, to their surprise Michael popped out
from behind a painting Flattered by the
group s excitement he willingly posed for
forty-nine souvenir pictures Justine Bate-
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I. Carla Garrett, Cindy Ashton, Suzann Adams
and Brook Strazells bake in the Florida sun. 2.
Friends forever. 3. Ron Holman enjoys himself at
FCA Camp. 4. Monica Clayman meets Michael .l.
Fox in England. 5. Julie Harris, Paula lsakins, and
Angel Ward are on their way to Panama City. 6.
Chrissy Sloane and Jeanette Morris enjoy a
weekend at UGA.
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l. Feel the Raider Heat. 2. Ashleylivingston gives
Wayne Hall a hug at the pep rally. 3. Mrs. Snead.
Tina Galle, and Brian Bhalla prepare- for a pep
rally. 4. Varsity cheerieaders build a .tower of
Raider. Power. 5. Chris Samuels and Jason Alrich
enjoy the pep rally. 6. Chris Hill and Mark Stevens
getipsyched for the game.
122 0 Seniors
MIKE HUNSUCKER-Super Seniors.
JEANNIE HUNTER-CSpazJ Deca ll,12i
MDE ll,l2a SGA 9.
JOHN HURST-CShifterJ Super Seniors.
BETH HUTTQN-CBeffj Jr. Civitan 94
Diving 101 Soccer 9,lO,li,l2i Swimming
JOE IMBACH-Spanish Club 9,lO4 Ten'
NADINE IRELAND-Super Seniors.
LESLlE IVESTER-Pride Iii Super Sen-
iorsi Gov. Honors-Dance.
JACK JACKLE-Pride lO,ll,l2i Science
Club l0s Super Seniors: Track lO,ll.
SAMANTHA JACOBSON-CSammyJ Jr.
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JOHN JEFFERSGN--lRedwoodD Aca-
demic Bowl 9g Concert Band 9,lO,ll,l2, Key
Club ll,l2a Marching Band 9,IO,lI-Treas.,
I2-Pres. Super Seniors, Symphonic Band
IO,ll,I2g Basketball 9,IO,lh Soccer 95 Jazz
Band ll,l2a Orchestra ll,l2.
MIKE JENACOVA--MFCA 9,lO,ll, Super Sen-
iorsf Young Life9glO,ll,l24 Football 9,lO,il,
BRAD JOHNSON--Qkldoj Deca l2s Latin
Club 9,lO, MDE i2, Super Seniorsf Young
Life lO,ll,l2g Soccer IO.
ANJIE JONES-CMickeyD Deca ll,l2g Super
Seniors, Basketball 9, Soccer lO.ll.i2.
KARL KANDELl,ffK.lJ Annual 95 FBLA i2s
Super Seniors. C J
MIKE KAVLILIC--CK-Kavj Annual Ili FCA
9,lO,lI,I2g Super Seniorsf Young Life
9,IO,ll,l2, Basebaii l0,ll, Basketball 9,lO, Foot-
ball 9,l0,ll.l2,y Track 9. J
JACK KEAN+-Uklmostb Beta ii,l2, German
Club lO1 Nat. Honor Soc. ll,l2, Model LIN ll,
Baseball IO, Science Fair IO.
RICK HUNT-Band 9,IO.ll,l24 Super Seniors
I2, Symphonic Band 9,IO,ll,i2, All-State
Band lib Spanish Honor Society !i,l2f Jazz
Band 9,l0,lI,l2g Computer Club 9, All-State
Jazz Band ll,i2. J
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DIANA LONG Cl.ong Duck Dong?-Art
9, DCT I2, French Club 9 I0 Jr Civitans
ll, Super Seniors I2f Young Life 9 IO II I2z
Softball 9 IO
STEPHEN LORD CChesterj Concert
Band 9 IOII I2I Marching Band 9 IOII I2s
Symphonic Band 9 IOII I2
CATHY LUDLAM CSpazD Beta
9 IO II I2f Concert Band 9a German Club
l2a .lr Civltans 9 IOI Marching Band
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KEVIN LYON CNonyj Super Sensors I2
JENNIFER MACKEY Uenjenj Art 95 Dra
ma 9, PRIDE IO
TRIP MACOMBER-Super Seniors I2-
Football 9 Soccer I0 I2
LEA MAGAN Key Club III Young Life
l2z Track IOIII Who s Who I2
MICHELE MAHON .Ir CIVITAN
IOII l2g Key Club 9 IO, Newcomer s As
soc II Super Seniors l2f Arrive Alive I2
KAREN MARLOTT CKare Beary AN
NUAL I2 Drama 525 French Club 95 MDE
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iors I2: Young Life IOI2 Soccer IO I2
RON MARRACHE CBlffJ Math Club
Science Club IO I21 Super Seniors I2f Lan
guage Honor Il
KATHLEEN IVIARRON CCatfoodD
Beta II, Pres French Club 9: Jr Clvitan
IOIlt Model UN II Pride 9 IOII I2 SGA
9IOIIf Super Seniors I2 Young Life I0
Language Honor IO Il.
SCOTT MARTIN Uinxj-MDE l24 Super
Seniors I2I Young Life 9 IO II I2 Football
ANN MARTINEK Arrive Alive I2 .lr
Clvitan II I2 Pride I2, Super Seniors S25
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SHAWNA MARVEL M D E Il I2t PRIDE
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Annual IOIII FCA ll
MARGARET MASLYK CMeggerD Deca
I2 .Ir CIVIIBYIS ION M D E l2, Newspaper
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Cheerleader IO, Who s Who II
CHRISTY MAURER CChrisJ Deca I2
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LORI MAYNES CLor-Lorj--Drama 9:
PRIDE Ili Super Seniors 125 Softball Mgr.
94 Chorus 94 Powder Puff ll.
Band 9,IO,lI,l2f Pride IO,lI,I24 Super Sen-
iorsg Symphonic Bamnd 9,l0,l1,i2--
Treas, Jr. Civitans l0,ll,l2-Sec? Jazz
DENA MCADOO-CDenitaD Art 9,10,lIf
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9,lO,ll,l2i Cheerleader IO.
DANIEL MCBRIDE--iDan the Manb
Pride ll,l2i Super Seniorsf Young Life Ili
Drama lla Basketball Mgr. 9.
CONNIE MCCLURE-CCooterJ Deca Ili
FCA 9,lO,Il,l21 MDE ll, Pride 9,lO,ll,l2s
Young Life 9,lO,ll,l2f Cheerleader
9,lO.ll-Co-Capt, I2-Capt, Homecom-
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I. The Powder Puff cheerleaders show us what
they've got. 2. Wayne Hall, you are such a pho-
tographer. 3. Jennifer Ervin shares a laugh with
Mrs. Weagly. 4. Cindy Ashton and Kevin Merri-
gan enjoy their computer class. 5. Mike Bisbee
enjoys a book.
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Alive IIS Pride II Q4 Super Seniorsf Span-
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TRISH NAYLOR-CSpazJ Deca H12-
Presf Science Club I2- Super Seniors-
KEITH NOLL-VICA I2
RALPH NORRIS--Concert Banda
Marching Band, Literary Mag. I2.
TINA CYCONNOR--CBumpD Drama lla
Super Seniorsf Basketball Mgr. I2, Vol-
leyball IO,ll,I2g Chorus I2.
TRACY ODDOU-Super Seniorsg Young
Life ll,I2g Nat. Span. Honor Soc. Il.
PAUL ODENDAHL-Super Seniorsi
Football IQ Soccer 9,lO,ll,l2.
SHANDA OLIVER-CPanda Beary Ar-
rive Alive I2g Drama I2, Math Club IL
Math Team l2g Pride lI,l2f Science Club
lO,l23 Spanish Club 9, Super Seniorsg
Who s Who I2
LISA OLSEN--fLeeseJ Young Life
9 IOII l2- Cross Country IOII E25 Swim-
PAT ORTMAN-Annual IO, Drama
9 IOII- Newspaper ll, Swimming 9 IO,
Chorus if I2
LAURA OWEN-French Ciub iO,ll, Sci-
ence Fair 9: Orchestra 9,lO,II--Pres., I2.
DAPHNE PADGETT-CDaffy Duckl An-
nual Il,l2g Art 9,lO,ll,l2s FCA 9,lOg Super
Seniors, Young Life 9,lO,lIg Softball IO.
MICHELE PADGETT-CMichJ Arrive
Alive 323 Newspaper 9,lOg Super Seniorsi
Orchestra 9,IO,iI, FHA 9.
JULIE PAPP-CMSMJ Pride lla Super
Seniorsi Chorus ll,I2.
BRIAN PARNELL-FCA 9,lO,lIs Super
Seniors, Young Life 9,IO,ll,l2g Football
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KRISSY PATIENT-Jr. Civitan QOH- Ar-
rive Alive D- Pride B125 Super Seniors-
Spanish Club I2 I i
TOM PAULE--Concert Band 9 IO-
French Club 93 Marching Band 9 ICB Su-
CHRISTL PEACOCK--QSpikej Drama 52:
French Club IO,l2-Press Pride i0,ll,i2:
Super Seniorsf Basketball Mgr. IOQ Voi-
leyball Mgr. 9.
COLLEEN PERRY-Arrive Alive I25 Art
9,IO,ll,l2f Drama lO,llg Super Seniors:
Young Life I2, Track IO5 Volleyball 9.
JIM PHILLIPS-Beta I2, French Club l2,
Newspaper l2g Super Seniorsf Science
Club I2, Ga. Cert of Meritg Who's Who,
Language Honor l0,ll,l2.
JODIE PHILLIPS-CBritesJ Beta ll,l2f
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lOll l2: Chorus ll I2
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oung Life. Deca
I. Jeanne Schneider falls to sleep in Bobby Hearrfs
lap. 2. Kitty Lobsinger rides in the Homecoming
Parade. 3. Martin levers concentrates on his
homecoming car. 4. Toby Burditt thinking about
his cross-country meet. 5. Nancy Heavner re-
views her notes.
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DANA SANFORD QSpazJ FCA I2 Ger
man Club IO Latin Club 9 Pride II Super
Semorsf Young Life Swimming lOlIs
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BRIAN SAUL QBSJ FBLA I2 Young Life
STEVE SAYOVITZ Academic Bowl
IOII I2f Beta II I2g Math Club II I2 Vice
Pres s Math Teamr Model LIN ll 12 Sci
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Honors Science Whos Who Nat
Hon Soc Language Honor IOII
CRAIG SCHAFER CCourt .Iesterj Super
AIMEE SCI-IANTZ CSWIITQIIIQ Slnglej
Arrive Alive I2 Beta ll I2 Pres Deca
I2x Jr Clvitan IOII MDE I2, Pride IOII
SGA 9IOII Super Seniors, Nat Honor
Soc II I2 Vice Pres Spanish Honors
MIKE SCHELIERMAN fOdleJ Latin
Club IOI Pride IOII I2 Super Seniors
CYNTHIA SCHLAG Arrive Alive I2
.IEANNE SCHNEIDER CSchneId7 Annu
al IOII Act Ed I2 Editor .lr Class
Sec, FCA 9 IOII I2 Pres Inter Club Ds
Key Club Swthtg Newcomer s Assoc
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tors I2, Young Life 9 IO II I2f Basketball 9
Cheerleader IOf Cross Country 9 IO
Track 9 IOII I2
TI-IERESA SCHWANE CDumboJ FCA
I2, Inter Club Council 9x PRIDE I0 Span
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CHRIS SCIARRONE CSkeeamonieD
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II I2 Vice Pres: PRIDE IOs Super Sen
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TOM SEAMSTER Cllttle monb Football
MICHELLE SECREST CCheIIeJ Arrive
Alive i2, Art 9 IOII I2 Beta 9 Concert
Band 9iOr Drill Team IO FCA 9lO
French Club 9 Treas 5 Marching Band
9303 Symphonic Band 9IO Wrestling
Mgr 94 All State Band 9 IO
CHRIS SEMLER CGarfjAcadem1c Bowl
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Life 9,lO1 Cross Country 93 Who's Who
Academic Bowl 9,lO--Sec,lI,l2, Beta .
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Lifes Cheerleader il.
TIM SHIELDS--CHatchJ FCA 9,lO,li,i2f
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STACY Sl-liPP-QSpeedyj Wrestling
9,l0,ll,I2p Super Seniors.
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l. Amy Harrison dances for the crowd. 2. Jim Hall
is the girls' favorite. 3. Pam Crisp thinks some-
thing is funny. 4. Graham Ray is the perfect
cheerleader. 5. Billy Bond hops on to victory. 6.
Jeanne Schneider. is Bobby Hearn that funny? 7.
Erika Kenner and Karen Ferrel are ready for
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SHELL! SWEET--CShortyJ Pride I2, Su-
perfiieniors III, Youngflife I2.
GREG SWEENEY--French Club 94 Jr. Ci-
vitans IO,II,I2i Model LLN. 9,IOg Science
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ing Band 9,IO,II,I2f Super Seniorsf Sym-
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Jazz Band 9,IO,II,i25 Band Squad Ldr. 52.
DAVID THOMAS-CD13 FCA 9,IO,II,I2g
Young Life 9,IO,II,I2, Football 9,IO,II,I2g
Soccer IO, Wrestling 93 DCTXVICA I2.
BETSY THOMPSON-CBetsJ Arrive
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GUS THOMPSON-CGusserJ Key Club
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Basketball 9: V'
DIANE TlSDAi.E--CDiPokeyJ Deca I2s
TIM TOWSQN4-CStangJ Latin Club
IO,II,I2f Super Seniors.
MARY TRAPNELL-CTrapJ VOT I2i
French Cfilbegs Pride II, Super Seniors?
Young Life9,IO,II,I2f Cheerleader
KRISTY TROOST-CLII' Devilj Arrive
Alive I2i Concert Band 9,IOg Driil Team
IO,II,I2f Marching Band 93 Super Seniorsg
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DAVID TURNER--Super Seniors.
.IANA TURNER-Uana Bananaj Beta
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Pride IQ Super Srs.
KIM VANDERZEE-CTunaJ Super Sen-
iors: Young Life I2i Soccer 9,IO,I2.
SARA VALIC-JHN-Pride 9,I2a Super Sen-
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PHILLIP VLILLO-ArtiiIg'Soccer 9,l0,II.
JACK WALKER--CGoofD Super Seniorss
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DCTXVICA I2--Reporterg Chorus 9,II,I2.
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friend during lunch. 2. Brad Lefkowitz works
hard in class. 3. Dickie Conners goes for the goal.
4. Rick Giglio whistles out the door on Friday. 5.
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Lainey Metzger iO. Scott Horsey ll. Scott Kelly I2.
Julie Poland l3. David Leslie, Samantha Jacob-
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23. Barbara Andretta 24. Mark Arrington 25. Lara
Smith 26. Tammi Beals 27. April Avery 28. Ronnie
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Galle IO. Kendra Kermeen ll. Donna Burkett D.
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Ficzko 23. Carl 1-ieriitz 24. Donna, Hakes 25. Mark
McKown 26. John Morgan 27. Mary Trapnell 28.
Oliver Favalli 29. Carla Garrett 30. Theresa
Schwane 3l. Bobby Hearn 32. Kari Kibler 33. Brian
Saul 34. Diana Long 35. Geary Jefferson 36. Paula
Tskaris 37. Gary Larsen 38. Michael Borkat 39.
Dickie Conners 40. Cindy Williams 4l. Aimee
Sehantz 42. Christine, Moore 43. .lahn Foster 44.
Debbie Mulcahy-45. Chris Gruehn 46.':Steve
Fowler 47. Bruce' Mitchell 48. Parissa Davoudpour
49. Karyn Dixon 50. Susan Hill Sl. Tim Shields 52.
Laura Sneed 53. Brad Johnson 54. Angie Spinks
55. Gian Frigerio 56. Christy Maurer 57. Karen
Ferrel 58. Wendy Murdock 59. Mike Cutter 60.
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ro1ll8. Jeanette Mora l9. David Flasher 20. Connie
McClure JI. Lisa Olsen 22. Ricky Yunger 23. Su-
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One more year! The Class of '87 is almost
there-next year they become the omnipo-
tent Super Seniors. However, they are by no
means bored, the junior year is the hardest
academically, with such backbreakers as
English Literature, Chemistry, the Comp. lll
research paper, and preparation for the all-
important SATS. lt's also one of the most en-
joyable years, finally upperclassmen, juniors
can attend Prom and maybe, just maybe, get
one of the few parking spaces left over from
the seniors. As always the Class of '87 is
excited as they patiently wait out the last
few years before they leave Walton High for
l48 - Juniors
l. Spirited Juniors dress up for 50's Day. 2. Jody
Saylor-Smith and friends study in the library dur-
ing lunch. 3. Lori Rand hugs her favorite teacher.
4. Lisa Young turns in her IESI. 5. Mr. Kirk's A.P.
U.S. History class studies hard. 6. Pep rallies bring
out the spirit in everyone. 7, Pat Moore says,
"Cheese"l 8, Alicia Gaines flashes a pretty smile
for the cameras. 9. Jennifer Heatherly and Beth
Gressler share a delicious lunch.
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ows is such a lady's man. 3. Scott Cadora briskly
turns around to hear the day's gossip. 4. Here, we
see the infamous finger pointing method used by
Kevin Mordecai. 5. Leslie Suder and Stacy Bur-
notes have just one more period to go. 6. Diane
Marran gets her books while Angela Lovelace
checks out the hall action. 7. Kim Cole and Wen-
dy Lunn study hard in class. 8. James Price looks
eagerly into the future. 9. Michael Lewis "gets a
little closer" to Cathy Covington. IO. lngrid Noer-
enberg and Simone Vonhoff have time for a chat
between classes. ll. Jennifer Looney looks like she
really understands. ll. Eric Hube and his tubee.
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fashion item at Walton. 2. Steve Regitz, Rich Jen-
iski, Melinda Carithers, and Torsten Wegner get
excited about a trip to the library. 3. Mark Casto
struts across the gym. 4. The Varsity Cheer-
leaders led the Raiders to a winning season. 5.
Wendy Lunn and Jeanne Schneider agree that
good friends are the best part of Walton. 6. Gin-
ger Bhella talks on the phone. 7, Smile prettyl 8.
Scott Egan and Dina Benkowitz enjoy the fresh
air. 9. Steve Priestley doesn't know. lO. Scott
Moore knows what's going on. II. Andrea William
and Julie Butler show their pride! ll. Cupid's ar-
row strikes again.
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I. Andrew Arvesen . . . Mr. Deviation. 2. Ed Brown
shows where he would rather be. 3. Eric Mei-
hofer's childhood dream was to become an alien.
4. No, Brandon Fausti, mustaches are made of
hair. 5. Steve Rossi shows off his ltalian body. 6.
Vince Wiegand finds a new way of transporta-
tion. 7. A very, very unique potriat. 8. Craig Bolier
is the epitome of a barracuda. 9. Someone doesn't
want her picture taken. IO. A pair of normal
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listens attentatively to a conversation. 3. John
Helwic, Beta Club V.P., always has a goofy smile.
4. Callie Allen is Treasurer of the Junior Class. 5.
J. Stephen Priestley, President of the Junior
Class, is constantly trying to explain himself. 6.
Ingrid Norenberg holds offices in both SGA and
Beta Club. 7. Rich Jeniski, Science Club Treas..
displays his method of recruiting new members.
8. Mitch Phillips, president of a J.A. company is
hungry for money. 9. Christi Klein, Junior Class
V.P., has a smile on her face even when being
harassed. IO. Erin Johnson, Jr. Class Secretary,
writes her minutes-or is it a letter to J.G.? II. Jim
Shepherd, V.P. Science Club, is always busy doing
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I. Sunbathing is a favorite sport for Andrea Wil-
liams and Dana Rector during spring break. 2. The
girls' varsity soccer team dominates the field. 3.
Richard Shore consults Scott McMichael during
an exciting Raider game. 4. Leslie Suder demon-
strates her powerful soccer skills. 5. Scott Ca-
dora gives a look that could stop the opponents
dead in their tracks. 6. Bill Bennett moves ahead
of the pack. 7. Bryant Russell crosses the finish
line after a tough race. 8. Shad Santee watches
his teammates play a close game. 9. Sean
Sweeney gives his all on the track.
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l. Tracey Trimbur helps decorate the Varsity
Cheerleaders' float. 2. Nicole Peterson and Bon-
nie Sorrells represent the junior class in the
homecoming court. 3. Emotions run high during
homecoming games. 4. Chris Osmond "gets
down" at the dance. 5. The drill team helps to
excite the audience at the pep rally. 6. Scott
Moore can even play the bells with his eyes shut.
7. Juniors make their mark with the winning
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friends. 2, Juniors enjoy showing off their new
class rings. 3. Steve Skelton slowly falls asleep
during a history speech. 4. The normal crowded
conditions in a trailer. 5, Scott Egan knows how to
pass time. 6. Rodney Shafer helps Sue Sanzari and
Wendy Thoem with their layouts for the year-
book. 7. Mike Lamb's blonde tail can easily be
seen. 8. Mike Black flashes his tin grin. 9. There
should not be anyone talking in the halls, girls, IO.
Why is steve Regitz smiling and Lori Ann Cus-
tance frowning? ll. Kevin King eagerly awaits the
bell. I2. Torsten Wegner concentrates on his as-
Juniors - I65
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l. Scot Cadora and Jennifer Seargent engage in a
sit-in. 2. "Where's my other shoe?" 3. Sonya Bo-
len performs the infamous practice of blind note
taking. 4. A normal OJ class having fun outside. 5.
The salad dressing dispenser worked and didn't
splatterl 6. What's so funny Stephanie Osburne?
7. Donny Barber and Jack Beavers recline in the
Media Center's pit. S. Rodney Shaffer and Jim
Shepherd fight over the camera. 9. Krissy lmbur
finishes her homework in lunch. IO. Debbie Fox
transcribes a song on the board. Il. Kenna Bucka-
lew sits in the most comfortable place in the
school Qexcept for principal Kelly Henson's
Juniors ' IG7
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I. Three girls for every boy, what a schooll 2. Lisa
Rosenbloom and Kim Welborn "study" health. 3.
Sam Shelton really wants her picture taken. 4. Jim
S Randy study in the library. 5. Reach out and
touch someone. 6. Ashish Merchant wonders
why he isn't included in this hug. 7. Pep rallies
bring out that awesome junior spirit. 8. The
"lunch bunch" has a blast. 9. Sarah Smith laughs
over a love letter. IO. Vince Wiegand, Gian Fri-
gerio, Scott Cadora, and Trey Jones know whats
up in Algebra ll. II. The ultimate junior male.
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chitect. 2. Now what could that be? 3. Andrew
Arveson prepares for a future in rock-and-roll. 4.
Comp III really is our favorite class. 5. Patrick
Kilgullen draws the ultimate woman. 6. "Don't
you dare point that camera at meI" 7. Now we
know who's been setting off those false fire
alarms. 8. Ingrid Norenberg plans on a career in
hairdressing. Right, Mr. Kirk? 9. Mark St. Pierre
just loves to study for math tests. IO. John Glenn
and friends study in the library while thinking
about their missed lunches.
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I. Tim Quigly loves to march at Raider games. 2.
You're not allowed to write love letters in class. 3.
Brad Anchors accepts an award for helping to
bring the Raiders to their most successful season
ever. 4. Missy Johnson studies a passing subject.
5. Elizabeth Massy loves to study. 6. A picture is
worth a million words. 7. Practice pays off for
Blair Eggelston and Stephanie Weller. 8. What is
Lisa Carbonelle thinking about? 9. These iuniors
look forward to "senior-dom".
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No face, no caption. 3. Sam Shelton and Heather
Hall love to talk. 4. Ward Tidmore, the little drum-
mer boy. 5. Kevin King can even catch a ball with
his eyes closed. 6. Matt Bruckert is about to put
in "the claw". 7. Pat Quin leaps over the last
hurdle. 8. Lunch is so enjoyable. 9. Scott McMi-
chael really knows how to throw the shot put. IO.
Georgia McGaughey loves to carry books. Il. A
future junior. l2. Mike Reid enjoys working with
machines. IS. Cathy Case stretches for the extra
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I. Mark Ryan works diligently despite the noisy
atmosphere. 2. Doug Turner points out what he
had missed. 3. Danny Mercer loves computers. 4.
Everyone in a class smiling? 5. Jojo Herlitz helps
urge on the team. 6. Why is Tammy Mullis throw-
ing the ball straight up? 7. Garret Bailey is learn-
ing how the Roman's marched. 8. Tornado drills
are great social events. 9. Terry Gorsuch, most
people play b-ball on their feet. IO. Peter Jacobson
returns the serve so smoothly. ll. Steve Regitz
gets himself trapped. I2. These girls are prepar-
ing for their future. I3. Lori Ann Custance messes
up another data sheet. I4. Derek McCord and
Mike Henderson can't decide where the action
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restroom? 2. These iuniors like the action that
they see on the field. 3. Shawn Adams exhibits
his expert soccer skills. 4. Jim Shepherd looks
thrilled by his history assignment. 5. "Mrs. Lee.
my locker still won't open." 6. Who just caught
Karen's eye? 7. We have to get to homeroom
now. 8. How much longer until the bell? 9. Give it
your alll IO. On your mark, get set.. .GOI II. Brian
Hvidzak throws the ball just in time.
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I, A little deviation is good for everyone. 2. An-
drew Arvesen, John Jackson, and Richard Tyrrell
know how to pass time. 3. A game of softball is a
great change from the normality of school. 4. A
typical lunch table group with nothing to do. 5.
Greg Peay leaps over the last obstacle to senior-
status, 6. The confusion of trying to find a seat
during a pep rally.
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We're not freshmen anymore! Freed from
the chains of World Geography, pool passes.
and freshman jokes. The class of '88 eagerly
joined their classmates this year as full-
fledged high school students. They're older
now, a little more sure of themselves, and a
lot more mature than the giggling middle
school kinds they were two short years ago.
Classes are harder and more is expected of
them, but with little luck they'll overcome
biology and Com. ll and join the ranks of the
upperclassman next year.
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at a pep rally. 2. Mitch Doane and Jeff Enberg see some-
thing that they like on the football field. 3. The sopho-
mores definitely have the most spirit. 4. Sophomores are
really excited after their victory over the seniors in the
Powder Puff game. 5. Heather Underwood represents
the sophomore class in the pride relay. 6. Sophomores
love to socialize at lunch. 7. Sophomores are always
concentrating on their work. 8. Brad Ross can't believe
that we are taking this picture. 9. Aimee Lott loves
studying World History. IO. Hal Brown and Greg Hender-
son watch a Walton football game. Il. Ginni Weunker.
Kim Rodgers, and Jill Jeffers cheer on the raiders at a
pep rally. I2. Sophomores show their spirit.
Sophomores ' I83
Of course, the usual fun-filled day of a
Walton sophomore is regularly interrupted
by that eternal distraction from social obli-
gations: the classes. The sophomore finds
academic life considerably more strenuous
than he did in his freshman year. There's no
denying its hard work is necessary to carry
the usual workload of literature, history,
math, and that typical sophomore horror, bi-
ology CDO you mean we have to cut it open?.D
However, this first brush with higher learn-
ing is taken in stride and, their frog labs be-
hind them, the Class of '88 will move on to
bigger and better things.
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squeeze. 2. How are the grades? 3. Laurie Saye What
does that book say? 4. This must be an exciting class. 5.
Lean the other way! 6. Katie Fryer thinks deep thoughts.
7. "I could be shoppingl" thinks Anne Triggs. 8. That
must have been some kind of test. 9. Who is Jamie
Wilkerson smiling at?
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I Paul Burnette gets tough 2 Sophomores have paid
their dues 3 Sheridan Smith and Heidt Hagerman dis
cuss a juicy novel 4 Marci Anderson gets caught off
guard 5 Rhonda Gresham looks excited. 6. Debra So
bell what are you thinking of? 7. Aerobics-get In
shape 8 Whois Michelle Larsen making eyes at now? 9
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noon classes is always lunch, a period that
many students look forward to as the social
highlight of the day. Here, finally is an oppor-
tunity for students to relax with nothing to
think about but eating, chatting, and an occa-
sional last-minute homework assignment.
The lunch staff provided a wide choice of
tasty entrees, although overcrowding
caused an occasional lack of food, as well as a
serious problem with "breaking in line"
which left many students frustrated. Over-
all, lunch in l985 remained the same relaxed.
friendly atmosphere students at Walton
have come to enjoy.
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during lunch. 2. Tanya Towe being camera shy? 3. That's
Italian! 4. Jill Jeffers enjoys an afternoon drink. 5. Jessi-
ca Jones and Mimi Stowers like to look around during
lunch. 6. Pam Lein says Cheers. 7. Matt Wiley and Jason
Biatto have a chat during lunch. 8. Smile everyone. 9.
Shannon Donahue enjoys a Walton milkshake
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For many students, driver's ed is a sure
ticket to low insurance rates and happy par-
ents. This course helps students learn to be-
come better drivers and gives them the
courage to face the stern-eyed policeman
who administers the driving test. lt also pro-
vides parents the opportunity to teach their
children to drive without actually getting in
the car with them. Overall, Driver's Ed is a
course that gives students a necessary skill
and prepares them for responsible adult
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I. Tammy Rodgers and Erica Schantz get ready to go
driving. 2. Practice makes perfect in Drivers Ed. 3. Soph-
omores have fun learning how to drive. 4. lt helps to open
your eyes Brad. 5. Note the I-L in the top corner of
Shannon's license. 6. Brad LaRue gets his first ticket in
Driver's Ed. 7. Don't hit the cones. 8. Karen Smith helps
Coach Lassiter give out the grades.
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l. Matt Smith and Anne Marie Ward give us their inno-
cent smiles. 2. What cute couples. 3. Stacey Katz and
Molly Chamberlin smile at a pep rally. 4. Melissa Kenner
and Amanda Aldridge watch the pep rally. 5. Erica
Schante and friend are looking at something. 6. Richie
Rucker looks like he is studying hard. 7. Mark, what
happened to your leg? 8. Kim Valerie, and Amanda dis-
cuss their plans for the weekend. 9. Chris looks at some-
one in admiration.
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J.V. Raiders are breaking through! 3. David McGauhey
watches a race, 4. Hayden Smith and Julie Jenkins pre-
pare for the Homecoming game. 5. Rhonda Gresham
listens attentively to Coach Younglove. 6. The Walton
wrestlers continue a successful season. 7. Caroline:
"Rock, rock steady Eddie, your team ain't even ready!"
8. The J.V. Raiders watch the game from the sideline. 9.
Jenny Gayor looks "real" excited about this softball
game. IO. Shawn Young pushes himself for a Raider victo-
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down Shane Arthur it's just a picture. 3. ls is that bad
Jenny Gayer? 4. Hey, don't mess with mel 5. Kirk Foster
knows what to give the camera. 6. David McGaughy
always gives it his bestl 7. Don't give up Sean Young! 8.
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McDonalds orange drink. 3. Jamie Wilkerson concen-
trates on playing the cello. 4. Stephanie Houston and Jill
Jeffers . . . best buds. 5. Typing is a class many sopho- ,
mores enjoy taking. 6. Jennifer Lapp takes a break from '
her Biology lab. 7. Jason Hoffman has a blast in electron-
ics. 8. John Norris plays the drums with feeling. 9. Andy
Rudder builds his biceps. IO. Sophomores have fun exam-
ining a slide in Biology.
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Many Sophomores take their second year
in High School to explore some of the differ-
ent classes available at Walton. Electronics,
typing, and music classes are just a few of
the many electives open to them this year.
These classes give the students a chance to
take a break from the normal drag of the day
as well as to learn more about the many jobs
in the world.
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I. Scott Gilbert talks to Laurie Saye at a pep rally. 2. Bess
Brown cheers on the J.V. Raiders. 3. Erica Schantz
watches with a smile. 4. We are partying in homeroom.
5. Marci Anderson, Rhonda Gresham, E Julie Jenkins
greatly enjoy their lunch. 6. Anne Marie Ward, where
are your pants? 7. John Farmery and Holly Eger can't
take their eyes off each other. 8. Rhonda Gresham and
Shannon Staples smile for the camera. 9. We are the best
of friends. IO. David Cushman and Mimi Richie enjoy
each others company,
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The class of '88 is by no means stylelessf they
have demonstrated their fashion consciousness
by staying constantly abreast of trends. Sopho-
more girls displayed their fashion flair with vig-
or as eagerly donned the bangles made popular
by such pop stars as Madonna, who also brought
the Mini-skirt back into style. Large bright pat-
terns were the rages wild, flowery prints were
paired with classic paisleys to introduce a look
unique to today's teens.
. Michelle Pailey
Many sophomores adopted the look made popu-
lar by Bruce Springsteeng classic Levi's were
once more "in" as expensive designer jeans fell
out of fashion. The Swatch Watch became pop-
ular as many students gave up their trusted
Timex to get "Swatched". Tfhe sudden appear-
ance of inexpensive rubber jewelry known as
"jellies" also made an unexpected fashion
splash. As usual, the class of '88 left their mark
on the fashionable aspects of life at Walton
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I. Robby Bowmaster loves to type, 2. Jason Biatto looks
really enthused about the experiment. 3. What a group!
4. Karen Matthews and Melissa Schwartz goof off during
class. 5. Tom Walsh concentrates on something other
than girls. 6. Jessica Kimble and Gretchen Petras study
together. 7. "I think I need a hug." 8. Krissy Fauscett
loves to study. 9, Gosh Paul, leave me alonel IO. Great
buds: Sheridan, Erica, and Maggie II. Who are you look-
ing at, Kent?
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l. Julie Jenkins and Erica Schantz show their Raider spir-
it. 2. Renee Rose and Robby Finuson arrive at the festivi-
ties. 3. Hayden Smith helps out on Walton's spirit ban-
ners. 4. G.A. Mangus and Krista Peterson are proud on
this day. 5. Gotcha, Jo. 6. Jeff Shannon and Reid Guthrie
know Walton is lil. 7. Jon Helwic and Joyce Brenneman
have a good time. 8. Krista Peterson and Rhonda Gresh-
am represent the sophomores in the homecoming court.
9. Tonya Towe likes to walk around with her favorite
buds. IO. Hold on tight.
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Homecoming '85 was an exciting event for
every student that participated. Following
the parade of cheerleaders, clubs, and floats,
our own Varsity Raiders effortlessly defeat-
ed the Osborn Cardinals. On the following
night, the student body turned out in full
force for the "Glory Days" Homecoming '85
dance. Vibrations supplied the beat as Wal-
ton rocked late into the night, a fitting con-
clusion to a memorable Homecoming.
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your marks, get set, Gol 3. Sue Sanzari makes a great
handoff. 4. Krissy Ramaglia, Kari Potts, and Stephanie
Houston laugh about the day by their lockers. 5. Shelly
Johannes gets emotional at the Walton games. 6. Sopho-
mores show their pride in Walton. 7. Having fun, An-
drea? 8. Nick Wilson and Howard Ellenburg are on their
way to a workout.
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the hurdle 3. Eric Dych rests after a long run. 4. Shelly
Johannes and Jennifer Lapp watch the pep rally 5. Kenny
Carlson has great concentration, 6. Chris Atwood looks
enthused. 7. Walton's Sean Young leads the pack 8. J.V.
Basketball Cheerleaders drive around the track. 9. Kim,
Bess, and Julie are happy about homecoming.
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on top of things. 3. The medicine men. 4.
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elves were not supposed to be angry. 7.
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have gone through changes this year. They
obtained freedom from middle school and
loved it. They got choices ranging from what
classes they wanted to take, to what activi-
ties in which they wanted to take part, to
what lunch they wanted to eat. Walton was
filled with new friends and new experiences
for the class of '89.
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psyched. 3. Mrs. Young's 2nd period class. 4.
Brad Stevenson enjoys doing his homework. 5.
Which way do l go? 6. Tara Suder plays "peek a
boo" for the photographer. 7. Chris Sieferman
takes a break during the game. 9. Dan Benidect
pushes through the crowd to his next class. IO.
Julie Chisek goes for the win. ll. Kenneth Meier is
proud to be at Walton! ll. Laura Brunow, and Julie
Pristach sport the latest styles.
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I. The wonders of science, 2. David Shepherd
what are you up to? 3. lt's a typewriter Craig
Campbell. 4. "a." "a," "a." semi, semi, semi. 5. Are
you a freshman? 6, Wendy Nubold exhibits a
unique typing style. 7. Mike Grigsby-a perfect
example of the freshmen type. 8. Kim Branca
loves her rotating chair.
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his imitation of the mad scientist. 3. Tricia Eck- ".,..- : .-.'1.:t
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Kendra Kucheck is there something alive in
there? 5. Gigi Gill and Julie Pristach "guess" on
their test. 6. Ms. Wallace loves freshmen, espe-
cially Chris Bisbee. 7. Mike Hall shows off his high
tops. 8. Kim Smiley, Bonnie McNew, Tammy Gold-
berg and Kim Hatcher are home ecking it.
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man include World Geography, Algebra,
Comp l., and Physical Science. Most fresh-
man opt to take a foreign language, while
typing, home ec, and physical education
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secretary Jenny Targee. 2. Adrienne Parnell
Cleftj vice president and Karen Conners, Csittingj
the treasurer, 3. Adrienne Parnell goes the whole
9 yards for the freshman class. 4. The Class of '89
is fine! 5. Prez Michelle DeMott.
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age freshman guy is 5'6 l38 lbs, and the aver-
age freshman girl is 5'2 IO4 lbs. ln many cases
there is a sizable difference between the up-
perclassmen and the freshman. Although, in
several of the cases the freshman are larger.
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I. Trip Bakum does his homework during lunch. 2.
Whitney Whitlock study's hard. 3. Susan Ferry
and Stacy Berkowitz love lunchl 4. Robb Jenecova
loves being the center of attention. 5, Jeff
Chaplin concentrates on his homework. 6. Kris-
ten Lander, haven't you read the dress code? 7.
Tracy Mittrucker loves the Raidersl
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l. Cameron Schmidt shows a look of excitement.
2. David Biggers realizes the day is only halfway
over. 3. Pam Mulcahe checks out pictures of the
boys lockeroom. 4. Freshman Jim Pepperly and
senior Darin Brissman get down. 5. Sharon .lack-
son and junior indiviudalist Andrew Arveson. 6.
Kelly Walls and Michelle Secrest just love their
freshman, Matt Stewart. 7. David Shepherd
shows his dimples.
Homecoming l985 was a special time for
freshmen. Most freshmen were amazed at
the amount of spirit that was shown. The
whole school was drawn together for one
week, ending with the homecoming game
against Osbourne. The two freshman on the
homecoming court were: Tara Blahnik, and
Krista Yearwood. Both girls felt honored and
priviledged to take part in such an important
and memorable part of homecoming l985.
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discuss the next cheer. 2. Lyle Stuckley watches
the Raiders sink two. 3. Miles Allen waves to the
Sideline crowd. 4. Tristan Van Streen breaks
away from his opponents. 5. Lookl Your shoe's
untied. 6. Sue Harris throw's the ball with intensi-
ty. 7. Chris Sieferman sneaks a sip at the side-
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l. Don Gatlin and John Atkins pose for G.Q. 2.
Smile! You're on candid camera! 3. Carrie Malong
reIax's after school. 4. The girls take a break from
a tough aerobics class. 5. Quiet! I'm trying to
study. 6. Mara Craine study's hard. 7. Warron
Carmon dreams of being an upperclassman. 8.
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the opposite sexj. While "dating" was theo-
retically impossible for the freshman couple
unless Moms and Pops provided transporta-
tion, the ritual of "going" together has re-
l. These freshmen get off to an early start. 2.
What are you two working on in the corner? 3.
The typical freshmen couple.
Freshman ' 237
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amused 3 David Fancher chats during lunch 4
Perry Williams toots his horn. 5. Mike Hilton says
No more Mr Nice Guy." 6. Mike Bingham has
been to the sugar bowl.
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Lunch was an important part of a fresh-
men's day. After only having 20 minutes to
eat in middle school, most freshmen appreci-
ated a full lunch hour. Most freshmen spent
lunch talking with friends, or catching up on
the day's assignments. On the whole, fresh-
men agreed that lunch was one of the high
points of their day.
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mess. 3. Kim Kolowich flashes her perlies during
the lunch. 4. Shelley Flelt, Nannette Friedman,
and Julie Claiborne share their lunch with some
guys. 5. Some guys chat over lunch. 6. Suzy Muir
and Katie Paden play patty-cake. 7. Katie Lindsey
happily hands over her lunch money.
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men have spiritll 3. Get Down Boogie Oogie Oo-
giel 4. Candy Rand and Stephanie Brandt check
out the football players. 5. Bang a Gong. 6. Build a
Chris Rohr tower of Frosh powerll
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Because of the freshmen's lack of two es-
sential things, the driver's licence and the
Walton High School parking space, most
freshmen are forced to ride the bus. Those
that have senior siblings who drive to school
are the few and lucky ones. In our survey,
most freshmen said they did't enjoy the bus
ride. Others, however, said they like it be-
cause it gave them a chance to socialize and
be with friends.
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long, hard day. 2. Finding a seat on this crowded
bus can be a chorel 3. Friends get on the bus
together. 4. Good luck getting through, Kendra. 5.
Chris Barbic says a last minute word with a fresh-
man getting ready to leave. 6. This freshman par-
tiently waits to get on the bus. 7. Brian Rohda
looks down. 8. Nothing could make this guy smile.
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Lee Rider! 4. Raiders in action. 5. Freshman bot-
toms up. 6. She likes tennis, a good book, rollers-
kating, doritos, fast cars and fast men. 7. Where
is her derriere? 8. Bryan Rohda shows his Raider
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Nightlife is an important part of a fresh-
men's life. Although most freshmen can't
drive, they still find ways to have fun. Foot-
ball games are only a few activities freshmen
take part in. During the week most freshmen
watch T.V. or do homework. On the week-
ends, going out to dinner, going to the mov-
ies for Kicks are popular things to do.
I. Lee Ann doesn't know what to do with her
hands. 2. Kathleen Cottler gets ready for the rain.
3. Mike Martin makes a deal. 4. Tommy Brooks,
Ausin McFarlane, Robert Warlick are awed by the
WALTON Raider Football program. 5. We find a
smile in the crowd from Amy Moore. 6. Sue Harris '
and Shannon Eliot watch this kid breakdance.
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I. Jenny O'Donnell shows off her flowers. 2. Chris
Caban searches in his locker. 3. Jamin Tanner and
his Trapper Keeper. 4. Katie Padenis ready to
cheer. 5. Mara Craine catches up on homework.
6. Marc Katz copies his homework. 7. Mike
Bingham blows the crowd away.
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I. Matt Stewart does his Mick Jagger lmperson-
ation. 2. Dayna Maes and her friends have a good
time in 5th period lunch. 3. Nice argylel 4. Adel
Baxter and her friends study in the halls. 5.
Cream cheese and Bagels-mmmml 6. Stephen
Clay struts his stuff. 7. Hey PJ.
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Work Clubs consist off DECA, VlCA, and
FBLA. Leadership training conference . . .
haunted House . . . Homecoming . . . Compe-
tition Doughnut sale . ., Banquet
Students in work programs get a head
start in the business world. They learn the
fundamentals of business today and even get
a chance to put what they learn to work.
l. Front Row: Shauna Marval, Trisha DelGreco, Jeannie
Hunter, Stacey Hials, Anne Currie, Lisa Crebbs, Julie
Buttermer, Angi Jones, Back Row:Pam Crisp, Greg Lott,
Ammie Schantz, Jack Beavers, Steve Clark, Martin lvers,
D.W. Pine, Mr. Cagel. 2, Front Row: Diane Tisdale.
Shanda Daniels, Don Smith, Connie McClure, Tim Mor-
ris, Scott Bennett, Ty Westbrook, Middle Row: Heather
Curley, Lara Smith, Jimmie Burchel, Scott Martin, Linda
Greer, Ashish Merchant. Back Row: Ashley Kiningston,
Suzanne Adams, Erica George, Karin Christianson, Cath-
erine Hube, Mr. Cagel. 3. Front Row: Michelle Fields,
Brad Johnson, Jody Friedman, Maggie Miller, Middle
Row: Angie Spinks, Jodie Phillips, Patric Crisp, Scott
Kelly, John Dodus. Christy Maurer, Carla Garrett. Paul
Harris, Steve Fowler, Richard Rice, Juliary Drewry, Mr.
Cagel. 4. Front Row: Melissa Cannon, Geoff Eaton, David
Flesher, Karyn Dixon, Middle Row: Craig Avena. John
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Smith, Mike Cutter, Niecey Bishop, Meg Maslic, Chris
Canfield, Mitch Phillips, Back Row: Jenifer Hatcher, Lisa
Ehlwr, Danny Povavick, Susan Bentz, Gabby Grismack,
Mr. Cagel. 5. Front Row: Richard Ryan, Christy Shaffer,
Jennie Boozer, Chantel Karrime, Chris Hunter, Nikkin
Baudo, Don Carter. Back Row: Craig Register, Jason Al-
drig. David Thomas, Jim Hall, John Phillips, Max Staples,
Dave Rodgers. 6. VICA-homecoming banner. 7. Front
Row: Mrs. Wallace, Anna Acree, Kara Robinson, Christy
Sloan, Marty Smith, Kirsta Reeber, Dawn Able, Dena Ma-
cado, Barbie Plowman, Cathy Carman, Julie Banks, Robin
Bernowski. Back Row: Wende Murdock, Paula Tsakris,
Jeff Rickman, Ashley Steward, Cathy Burnett, Tom Har-
ris, Katie Allen, Mary Trapnell, Gretchen Siefferman.
Heather Davison. Marsi Cox, Julie Harris. 8. DECA with
its awesome Red Mustang. 9. What a jeepl IO. Pam Crisp
does more than just work. ll. All work and no play . . .
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Snooka Fly Turner . . . Our Awesome
Homecoming sign.. .Christmas Caroling . . .
Campon time much Ron? . . . Friends are
friends forever . . . Volleyball . . . Blooming-
dale Rd.-Billy . . . Who knows the words to
"We Wish you a M.C."? . . . Morning prayer
group ... Which Schwane are you? ...
Where's Coach "T"? . . . Pat do you live near
the Big Rock? Michele what kind of
houses do you like best? . . . Powder Puff . ..
Lock-in . . . Michele, do you want to take a
ride? . . .
l. Ron Holeman, Jeanne Schneider, and Billy Bond how
'bout Epworth by the Sea? 2. Craig Bolier, a dedicated
F.C.A. member, is also on Annual staff. 3. Ron Holeman
and Jeanne Schneider enjoy the breeze, 4. Front row:
Jennifer Hyde, Tina Galle, Mike Anderson, John Morgan.
Stacy Ficzko, Billy Bond, David Thomas, Craig Bolier,
Jennifer Ervin, Stephanie Osburne. Back Row: Tammy
Schwane, Sally Ficzko, Jeanne Schneider, Nancy
Heavner, Michelle Feis, Michele Reed, Tracey Schwane,
Theresa Schwane, Craig Bolier, Vince Wiegand. 5. Flirt-
ing again Mark Gibbons? 6, F.C.A. supports our Raiders
with a banner at homecoming. 7, How's your baby Billy?
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F.H.A. started the new school year with a
fashion show featuring school and "fun"
clothes from Ups-N-Downs at Perimeter . . .
Adopted a special grandparent to help and
learn from . . . Learned to weave designs on
sweaters-lt is always rewarding to turn a Sll
or Sl! sweater into a SIIO to SISO sweater! . . .
During Christmas several members sold tree
ornaments at Cumberland Mall to benefit the
life-saving work of the Cobb Lung Associ-
ation Chapter. . . There's more to come: pag-
eant, sugar eggs, adopted grandparent visits
8. Front row: Ms. Moore, Mrs. Heavner, Laurie Tipton,
Kim Kolowich, Elizabeth Hershberger, Leigh Ebson. Back
row: Sally Ficzki, Karen Hubbard, Holly Peterson, Jeanne
Reidinger, Nancy Heavner. 9. Sharon Collins models new
fall clothing in the fashion show. IO. Four future home-
makers relax. ll. Front row: Chris Tsuiboi, Charlene Li.
Second row: Mrs, Anderson, Jennifer Hyde, Tina Galle,
Amy Powers, Heather Underwood, Jamie Wilkerson,
Amy Smith, Erica Schantz, Corinne Chisek, Jan Brady,
Maria Smith, Jan Everly, Kathleen Marran. Second row:
Mike Abromawitz, Kent Huddleston, Danielle Etzbach,
Kelly Moore, Kim Maxwell, Tanya Giles, Kristin Krug,
Anne Curr, Sharon Gagliano, Jenny Ryan, Lisa Gagliano,
Kendra Hanson, Dickie Conners, Tasha Williamson. Back
row: Susan Belmonte, Allison Avery, Sloane Haney, Lisa
Young, Sherry Abernathy, Carolyn McCloud, Jolene Di-
prova, Andrea Carrithers, John Kerner, Lane Corny,
Kenna Buckalew, Kristie Speckhals, Wendy Snead, Jenny
Southerland, Chantel Cream, Alicia Jackson.
Junior Civitans was full of exciting events.
lt began at Fall Council and ended at our
Spring convention in Panama City. Some of
the highlights of the year were Yellow Ribbon
Day, which raised money for the Georgia
Mentally Retarded, Selling Ghostly Greet-
ings, and the February Blood Drive. The Club
worked really hard in l986 to help the com-
munity and next should be even better.
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Blackout '86 C20 minutes fo chaosb . . .
Dodging cars on Johnson Ferry . . . Repelling
from 60th floor of Marriott Marquis . ..
What's the ice for? . . . l got a headache ...
Bathtub . . . Key Club disarms Bomb Csaves
school! . . . Who invited the Cobb County
Police Department? . . . Welcome Brad Smith
. . . Who's that in the chicken suit? . . . The
Laporta Family gets together for homecom-
ing from New York, Sicily, Madegascar . . .
lnterviews-the tradition continues and
gets out of hand . . . The Schneider Dynasty
C2nd generation?j . . . Communion of races.
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l. Scott Kelly gives club sweetheart a hug. 2, Front row:
Mike Abromwitz. John Jefferson, Craig Bolier, Heath
Moyer, Jim Shepard, Tom Counts, Bruce Mitchell, Rob
LaPorta, Carl Herlitz, Dennis Biscan. Second row: Oliver
Favalli, Danny Popovic, Eric Meihoffer, Bert Wall, Karl
Meiffoher, Ashish Merchant, Melinda Carithers-Key-
club Sweetheart, Scott Kelly-Keyclub president.
Jeanne Schneider-Keyclub sweetheart, Gus Thompson,
Stephen Priestley, Chris Osmond, Chris Smith, Eddie
Bodiford, Kevin East, Neil Yeager, Mike Kash, Tim John-
son. Back row: Drew Meadows, David Katz, John Helwic,
Eric Hube, Craig Bighouse, Brian Hillary, Greg Mosher,
Joel Bulger. 3. The Keyclub gang go all out for homecom-
ing. 4. Dennis Biscan is having a blast at Keyclub initi-
ations. 5. What do you have to drink, Drew Meadows? 6.
This is greatl 7. A hearse at homecoming? 8. The Mafia
arrives. 9. What an innocent look. IO, l'm covered, man!
ll. Hey, Mike Kash. I2. Ashish Merchant in deep medita-
tion. l3. ls something wrong Torsten? I4. The Keyclub is
ready for anything.
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Student Government Association CS.G.A.j
encouraged the school to get more involved
. . . message sign . . . Golly MolIy's . . . bologna
sandwiches . . . Mrs. Hager, welcome . ..
Mrs. Lee . . . Doughnuts anyone? . . . Janet's
pool party . . . Homecoming success . . . awe-
some dance decorations . . . balloons . . .
Where's John Morgan? . . . What's a semi-
formal? . . . Inner Club Council . . . Members
at large . . . A year of success . . .
l. Jennifer Ervin, Heather Underwood, Kelly Hall, Mia
Norenberg, Michelle Demott, Andrea Carithers, Melinda
Carithers, Jo Burkett, Janet Kim, Ingrid Norenberg, Lisa
Lenhof, Michelle DeMott, Cathy Morgan. Second row.
Ann Martinek, Amy Powers, Sue Lynn, Whitney Lafon,
Christy Smith, Leigh Morrow, Erin Johnson, Michelle
Cohen, Callie Allen, Christi Klein, Stephen Priestley,
Jeanne Schneider, Tiffany Broach, Adrian Parnell, Ron
Gibbs. Back Row: Vince Wiegand, Billy Bond, John Mor-
gan, Rob Sterret, Rodney Shaffer, Ricky Judson, Tony
DeLorenzo, Scott Kelly, Mary Smith, Kim Jones, Kim
Bianca, Cori Bolier, Meg Nichols. 2. Introducing Home-
coming '85. 3. Inner Club Council: Debbie Mulkahe,
Christl Peacock, Melinda Carithers, Andrea Carithers,
Heather Underwood, Tom Counts, Scott Shepherd, Amy
Powers, Ingrid Norenberg. 4. Heather Underwood, do
you know how to walk? 5. Nancy Heavner and John
Morgan pose for the camera.
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spirit of Pride this year. Ms. Cone continues
diligently and proudly to support the club.
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different activities around school. Pride
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Taking a foreign language has become in-
creasingly popular in the past years. Stu-
dents are finding they need foreign lan-
guages as prerequisites for college. This
encourages some students to venture into
extra years in languages. Taking Latin,
French, German, and Spanish, is definitely an
experience one will never forget. The clubs
participate in parties, projects, and other re-
lated activities. Teachers do a great deal to
help and encourage the students to learn
about details of their various cultures.
I, Front row: Pam Lein, Stephanie Adams, Meg Durham.
Second row: Kelly Jackle, Cathy Gay. Kim Burr, Kim Tan-
ning, Stacy Gilsdorf, Lisa Jones, Melissa Petty. Third
row: Tim Towson, Lisa Brenowitz, Susan Belmonte, Jen-
nifer Dawson, Garrett Bailey, Tom Counts. Sarah Castle,
Whitney Lafon, David Phillips. Back row: Brian Peterson,
Neel Stacy, Brian Kennel, Frank Li, Ellen Mulligan, Sari
Gruber, Scott Shepherd, Lori Askew, John Garner, Pat
Lynn, Kevin Garner. 2. Front row: Stacy Martin, Nancy
Lare, Patty Cane, Christi Prikle, Elizabeth Johnson,
Charlene Li, Stacy Perkins, Ellena Moom, Emily Isubou,
Ernie Weber. Second row: Sonya Bolen, Jana Irks.
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Heather Underwood, Midi Choe, Christl Peacock. Deb-
bie Mulcahy, Erin Oliver, Mark Hall, John lsakson, Lar-
anda Thompson. Third row: Lisa Abers, Cathy Jones,
Amy Harris, Missy Todd, Tammy Brooks, Michelle Vo-
gel, Debbie Brooks, Gwenie Thio, Michelle Vagel, Tanya
Vagel, Lisa Johns, Tracey Evens, Nancy Parks. Back row:
Lisa Evans, Garrett Bailey, Simone Vonhof, Tom Bogataj,
Laura Kalember, Melanie Parhem, 3. Front row. Mia Son,
Georgia McGaughuy, Anna Deets, Allen Stuart, Stuart
McPhee, Michelle Vagel, Tracy Elvis, Sheeley Lee, Ashly
Arvin. Back row: John Ivers, Darren Bigda, Cutie, Mike
Clark, Tom Counts, Lisa Hersey, Jack Lynn. Rob Lowe,
David Gupta, Allison Oliver, Julia Buchanan. Kelly Aus-
tin, Dawn Otter. Wendy Norton, Lisa Williams, Suzanne
Andrews. 4. Mike Phillips. John Jones, Paul Smith, Jenny
Southerland, Heather Underwood, Mike Lores, Julia
Drewry, Yalonda Rivers. Back row: Michael Kalember,
Bryant Russell, Mark Hobson, Kristie Speckhals, Steve
Regitz, Terry Gorsuch, Tim Lenegan, Amy Powers. 5.
Front row: Kristie Speckhals, Andrea Naterman, Jenny
Southerland, Tana Pennix. Back row. Mrs. Warriner,
Heather Underwood, Mark Benak, Ried Miegal, Joey
Molmer, Terry Gorsuch, Tim Lenegan. 6. Latin does
some crazy things. 7. Learning a foreign language is so
much fun. 8. Scott Shepherd studies hard. 9. German
club made banners at Christmas.
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WHAT AN eixvegmetmce
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Secret Santa . . . Lake Trip . . . Staff Unity
. . . Invitation of Captain Kirk . . . the "funds"
. . . Thanksgiving breakfast . . . burnt bacon
. . . lt's my yearbook, thank you very much
. . . Michelle C.-marathon typist . . . OI36 . . .
What does paisley look like . . . Spiderman
and Scooby-doo . . . Blame it on Hayden, the
wild woman . . . 3 hour lunches aren't to bad
. . . Chris, you look good today . . . Party wag-
on . . . Get me home before I . . . Where's the
crosswork puzzle . . . l'll do it tomorrow .. .
Rodney-what's a deadline? . . . I'm HOI your
mother . . . You have no brain . . . Mr. Herff
. . . Mark, do you like being kicked through 2
in. doors? . . . Susan, here's another "butt"
. . . How do you plan to pay for this? . . . Pro-
gress . . . Bobbsie twins . . . What do you want
for Christmas . . .
I. Editors: Jeanne Schneider and Mark Gibbons, Co-edi-
tor, Stephen Priestley. 2. Editors, Co-editor, and section
editors. 3. Sports section: Drew MeadowsAeditor, Hay-
den Smith, Craig Bolier, Stephen Priestley, John Morgan.
4. Activities section: Sue Sanzari, Rodney Shaffer-edi-
tor, Wendy Thoem. 5. Photographers: David Sarbell, Ka-
ren Marlott, Jim Shepard, Chris Gruehn-editor,
Wayne Hall. 6. Senior section: Michele Reed, Melinda
Carithers-editor. 7. Sophomore section: Julie Jenkins.
Torsten Wagner-editor, Tana Pennix. 8. Freshman sec-
tion: Hellena Moon, Susan Hill-editor, Jackie Nelson. 9.
Academic section. Meridith Clements. Andrea Price-
editor, Michelle Cohen. IO. Organization section: Shan-
non Staples, Stephanie Osburneeeditor, Kim Cole. II.
Art section: David Sarbell, Daphne Padgett-editor. I2.
The Annual crew on picture day. I3. Business. Holly Eger,
Tisa Gorzinski, Wendy Lunn, Nancy Heavnereeditor.
I4. Like that smilel IS. Junior section: Jim Shepard-
editor, David Sarbell, Daphne Padgett, Amy Powers. I6.
Stephen, working hard? I7. Look up here Mrs. Sneadl I8.
What are you doing?
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Where's the truck? . . . This year's Nation-
al Honor Society started slowly because of
problems with "potential participation." But
soon the ball began to roll, and the club found
success in a computer dating service fun-
draiser. Making today's dreams tomorrow's
future required some dedication, but it was
The Beta Club has been active this year in
a variety of activities. At the beginning of
the school term, they donated S500 to the
landscaping project. ln the fall they partici-
pated in the "Critter Tree" at the Chatta-
hoochee Nature Center. They presented the
Cafeteria and Maintenance Staff with token
Christmas gifts to express the school's ap-
preciation of their great work. They also sold
"Current" to raise money for a school elec-
tronic bulletin machine. In February, they
participated in a convention at the Waverly
Hotel. Upcoming plans include involvement
in a Carnival, and a benefit for Muscular Dys-
l. Front Row: Erin Johnson, Second Row- Maggie Miller,
Jana Turner, Kayanne Powers, Kathleen Marran, Jan
Everly, Christi Klien, Rob LaPorta, David Katz, Judy Dun-
ning, Michelle Wogel, Clarice Lopez, Third Row: Cathy
Ludlum, Bryant Russel, DeEtte Webber, Frank Li, Tom
Counts, Sonya Bolen. Scott Shephard, Steve Regitz, Meg
Durham, Steven Priestley, Kenna Buckalew, Laura Ka-
lember, Jennifer Boehm, lngrid Norenberg, Mia Son,
Fourth Row: Julia Drewery, Jim Phillips, Steve Sayvitz,
Chris Gay. John Kean, Ashish Merchant, Oliver Favalli,
Richard Jeniski, Craig Bolier, Debbie Brooks, Danielle
Etzbach, Kendra Karmin, Michelle Tatum, Torston Wag-
ner, Melinda Carither. Jim Shepherd, John Helwick, Kel-
ly Hall, Guennely Thiom, Scott Moore. Front Row: Tom
Counts, Melinda Carithers, Kayann Powers, Christal
Peacock, Andrea Rigler, Maggie Miller, Rayne Roper.
Kathleen Marran, Cathy Ludlum. Back Row: Scott She-
perd, Tom Buckhi, Chris Gay. Jewlery Drewery, Jason
Coleman, Mr. Cagle. Torston Wegner-a happy Beta
member. 4. Steve Priestley and Craig Bolier love Betal 5.
Mr. Cagle National Honor Society sponsor. 6. Maggie
Miller is proud to be in National Honor Society.
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The Academic Bowl Team is one of the
nation's best, finishing sixth at the National
Academic Championship in Dallas in '85. The
team also finishes highly each year at the
Berry College SchoIar's Bowl Competition,
Cobb County Academic Bowl Competition,
and many other contests and scrimmages.
Quick and intelligent play by all members of
WaIton's two Varsity and two JV teams con-
tribute to the winning season in '85-'86.
CSponsors: Diana Brown, Barbara Hopperj
December 9 and IO. . . Georgia State Llni-
versity . . . Best delegate . . . Denmark and
Turkey . . . Where's Chris G? . . . Where do
you wanna go for lunch? . . . Passing notes
with the pages "I recognize the distin-
guished delegate What a resolutionll
7. Melinda Carithers seems thrilled to be at her Beta
Club meeting. 8. Beta brought us together. 9. Front Row:
Frank Li, Debbie Mulcahee. Tom Counts. Scott Herse,
Tom Right, Chris Siemler, Second Row: Maggie Miller.
Andrea Ringler, Christal Peacock, Midi Choe. Shanda
Oliver, Scott Shepherd, Hershal Williams, Chris Carter,
Rick Kane. IO. Front Row: Jennifer Dawson. Maggie Mill-
er, Ingrid Norenberg, Chris Gaffga, Rick Giglio, Mike
Hays, Darren Bigda Back Row: Craig Bighouse, Julia
Drewry, Don Giles, Steve Sayovitz, Scott Kelly. ll. Tom
Counts practices his speech for National Honor Society
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Arrive Alive is off to a great start, striving
for perfection . . . East Cobb Rotary sponsor-
ship . . . Homecoming float, which heart will
you choose? . .. Homecoming Arrive Alive
Awareness Day . . . D.U.I. ll-Alive inter-
views . . . Arrive Alive D.U.l. Awareness
Week before Prom . . . "Casino Night Party"
on New Year's Eve . . . The "Big Party" . . .
Safe Ride Home-Homecoming, graduation,
prom . .. Congressman Darden-Town Hall
meeting . . . Helping kids protect themselves
and others . . .
I, Craig Bighouse helps in the construction of the home-
coming float. 2. Front row. Janet Kim, Ann Martinek,
Karen Ludlam, Rodney Shaffer, Craig Bighouse, Eric
Hube, Tammy Ryan, Jennifer Ervin-president, Vince
Wiegand-vice-president, Cheryl Darling, John Wil-
liams, Monica Ortega, Mary White, Susan Mayo, Lisa
Johns, Tina Galle, Jennifer Hyde, Second row: Laurie
Tipton, Susanna Moon, Lisa Price, Kelly Dunn, Marci An-
derson, Sally Fizcko, Susan Belmonte, Melissa Petty,
Kristie Speckhals, Jenny Southerland, Jeff Pender, Me-
Iony Parham, Ashley Smith, Amanda Gravely, Rod
Steiner, Robert DeArmond, Robin Lynn, lngrid Noren-
burg. Third row: Mrs. Fletcher, Jill Mitchelle, Joy O'NeiI,
Andrea Naterman, Michelle Naterman, Tina O'Conner,
Christine Bask, Val McDonald, April Avery, Jennifer Ca-
mol, Judy Smith, Anne Currie, Sandra Mavney, Kendra
Kermeen, Mimi Ganser, Emily lsubo, Alicia Jackson,
Sharon Gagliano. Christy Smith, Lisa Gagliano, Missy
Hardee, Nancy Ciullo, Kenna Buckalew, Joe Sternagle,
Terry Brennan, Jack Knight, Back row: Erica Kenner,
Marla Garrett, Valerie Shanior, June Sholaken, Seth Na-
terman, Eric Hess, Jennifer Carroll, Lesley Naterman,
Craig Campbell, Toby Burdett, Andrea Chisolm, Julie
Buckwall, Cathy Ludlam, Audra Jones, John Helton,
Craig Phillips, Stacy Berkowitz, Kelly Thomas, Mike Bis-
bee, Whitney Lafon, Mike Brooks. 3. Be careful Craig
Bighouse and Whitney Lafton! 4. A pose for the camera
before we get to work. 5, Rod Steiner raps. 6. The work
has only begun. 7. The "Working Women." 8. Eric Hube
and Tammy Ryan wave to the crowd. 9. Members held
balloons and throw Iifesavers to the crowd. IO. Don't let
this happen to you-Arrive Alive. II. Vince-the Casino
man. I2. Arrive Alive buttons, shirts, stickers, key
chains, bags. and Iollipops galour, I3. Congressman Bud-
dy Darden and Bill Carver meet with Arrive Alive. I4.
Like those tuxes. I5. Will Lumpkin deals the lucky hand.
Organizations - 273
The l985-86 Walton Bands were awesome!
Walton has two bands, the Concert band and
the Symphonic band. The bands practice
long hours for concerts. These bands create
some great sounds under the direction of
Mr. Cowles. They participate in a Christmas
concert and in Festival where they placed
Concert Band: Cindy Farmer, Kristin Osmond. Tricia
Hummer, Cindy Kayton, Jen Schacher, Jenny Williams,
Jeaneen Hicks, Roi-Lyn Yarger, Cheri Mclntire, Angel
Thomas, Karen Conners, Shelly Wilson, Cheena Calvert,
Jennifer Rudd, Melissa Avery, Jim Pefferly, Kim Eber-
heart, Aimee Potts, Cheryl Hendry, Revon Horton, Libby
Collier, Heather Heath, Claire Hailey, Lauren Marma-
duke, Brian Tate, Marc Rutherford, Brian Kennel, Dan-
ielle Bernier, David McQueary, Kay Lumpkin, Eric Hess,
Ben Walker, Melanie Guenther, Mike Robinson, Kurt
Johnson, Doug Max, Dean Bernardo, James Arnold, Tim
Mays, Jay Doughty, Gene Avery, Mike Irwin, Randy
Crowe, Jason Phillips, Shawn Eaton, Rich Mielke, Jeff
Pender, Paul Davis, Pat Hall, Herschel Williams, Lantz
Croft, John Norris, Troy Willis, Vic Castresanna, Randy
Lee, Steve Brunton, Dana Heisermann. l. Symphonic
Band: Michelle Kerr, Kendra Kermeen, Cathy Ludiam,
Jenny Southerland, Paige Todd, Cathy Williams, Jason
King, Kim Maxwell, Desiree Acebal, Leigh Williams, Ka-
ren Hall, Chris Osmond, Anne Dunning, Kim Testa, Mau-
reen Kumpf, Susan Axon, Darin Briskman, Stephanie
Adam, Renee Irwin, Cheryl Walstedt, Christie Smither-
man, Nikki Gramenz, Chris Brodie, Kenna Buckalew, Lisa
Kline, Sonja Cook, Brian Day, Scott Moore. Mike Black,
Michelle Tatum, Rick Hunt, Doug Hayes, Joel Rieger, Tim
Brown, Preston Jefferson, Mark Ringwall, Shantel Whi-
taker, David Rood, Robby Finlayson, John Jefferson,
Doug Hunt, Craig Hoopes, Chris Hampton, Jim Bowser,
Greg Spiro, Chuck Saleeby, Craig Benton, Tasha Mays,
Judy Dunning, Bobby Coats, Neel Stacy, Jennifer O'Don-
nel, Lane Toensmeier. Dickie Connors. Wade Speas, Jeff
Johnson, Jon Crowe, Mike Bingham, Roger Allen, Tim
Quigley, Eric Hube, Ward Tidmore, Jimmy Apple, Matt
Dummes, Reggie Oldham, Ben Spitalnick, Jeremy
Moore, Jeff Day, Mike Abramowitz. 2. Play that violinl 3.
Sing out a song. 4. The all girl chorus performs at assem-
274 0 Organizations
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ADVANCED SATB CHORUS Craig Bighouse, Jon Bous-
ot, Ashley Clark, Bobby Coats, Ben Cook, Lori Crow,
ere Crump, Katie Currier, Traci Damron, Cheryl Dar-
g, Brain Day, Tony DeLorenzo, Micheal Dilbeck, Liz
ans, Tania Farmer, Jason Gibbs, Curt Hersey, Jennifer
nt, Buffy Kaiser, Mike Lamb, Matthew Lamb, Val Mc-
tnald, Rachelle Meredith, Brian Mitchell, Laura Mur-
y, Shawn Neal, Becky Neal, Becky Norton, Reggie Old-
m, Patrick Ortman, Scott Palmer, Jack Walker,
Melissa Ayers, April Avery, Tracy Babiasz, Michelle Bai-
ley, Rebecca Banchero, Ginger Bellah, Tina Blackman,
Stephany Brandt, Kim Burr, Stephanie Cheek, Betsy
Coats, Tami Cochran, Anna Covington, Tara Craft, Lori
Crow, Dena Crumpler, Cheryl Darling, Sheri DeMer-
chant, Mindie Doolittle, Angie Dunn, Suzie Eddlemon,
Tracie Eddlemon, Lisa Edwards, Treena Farmen, Alicia
Gaines, Karen Gale, Michelle Ganser, Denise Giesler,
Kim Gifford, Suzie Giglio, Melanie Guenther, Sheri He-
menway, Camille Hicks, Kristi Hodge, Julie Hoyt, Erin
Jones, Ann Kammer, Kate Keehn, Lisa Kerl. Jennifer Ker-
meen, Jana Langseth, Nathalie Lummert, Gwen Manigo,
Kristen Martin, Dawn Marshall, Mary Masters, Anna
McNeal, Amelia McSween. Beth Miller, Kelly Moore, Cin-
dy Murphy, Shannon Murphy, Stacy Nelson, Jennifer
O'Brien, Marybeth O'KeIly, Jennifer Oberholtzer, Laura
Owen, Julie Papp, Renee Pierce, Lori Poole, Cathy Pope,
Julie Ransom, Kim Reeves, Marcie Shattuck, Kristen
Standfest, Heidi Steffey, Debbie Stroup, Melissa Sutters,
Shari Tucker, Malone Tumlin, Bonny Vaughan, Karen
Walker, Melora Walker, Shanon Ward, Shantel Whi-
taker, Jennifer Wright, Cindy Zettler.
Singing at P.T.A. council meeting ...Sing-
ing at Callenwolde. . . New Outfits. . .trip to
downtown Atlanta . . . Pizza! . . . Callenwolde
mansion at Christmas . . . District auditions
all-state . . . Performing at school in the
Christmas concert . . . School assemblies . . .
Chorus Festival . . . Georgia chorus festival
. . . A fantastic yearl . . .
There's a new orchestra instructor at Wal-
ton this year, Mr. Haley. Under his marvelous
direction the orchestra played some fabu-
lous music. lt takes a lot of patience to play
an instrument of such detail. We admire
these students for their extreme dedication
to their music.
7. Orchestra: John Andrews, Tricia Chin, Susan Clelland,
Angela Collins. Jamie Day, Amanda Gravely, Jenny
Grubbs, Michelle Hajek, Christine Johnson, Kristi
Koenig, Mickey Manion, Kenneth Moier, Danny Mercer,
Ellen Mulligan, Laura Owen, Lynn Penny, Brian Peterson,
Julie Ransom, John Skelton, Ashley Smith, Harry Sneed,
John Sneed, Mia Sohn, Alicia Stephens, Laura Toens-
meier, Tuan Tran, Jamie Wilkerson, Dallas Wrege. Heos-
wug Park, Marcie Shattuck.
5. SATB CHORUS Melissa Blair, Jimmy Clemmons, Tara
Craft, Susan Criag, Steve Dalton, Suzie Disheroon, Steve
Galezieski, Jennifer Gibson, Patrick Hallisy, Karen Hub-
bard, lan Hunter, Wendy Johnson, Kristi Kaashell, Melis-
sa Kenner, Michelle Larson, Anna Carin Lindstrom, Kitty
Lobsinger, Stephen Massicott, Adam Middleton, Brian
Mitchell, Dara Presti, Pattie Quadagno. Julie Ransom,
Sharon Smith, Jennifer Swartz.
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Spectrum is a group of people interested in
journalism .. two members on staff with pre-
vious experience much time and effort
.. .laying out of pages, typesetting, printing
. . . schools represent individuals . . .working
hard . .. Literary magazine . . . "Die, Yan-
kee!" . . . Heinrijike was mollified . . . Where
were the editors when the lights went out?
Mrs. Winners powdered doughnuts
. . . secret Coke machine rendezvous . . . the
Zit Story . .. Tom's teen romances . . . Ad-
am's death poems Midi's Milk Duds ..
Malone and U2 . . . Andrew and himself . ..
Yes the first Fabulae E Lecte staff put in hun-
THC BIG SCOOP
dreds of gruelling hours to produce their
masterpiece . . .
l. Front row: Mark Arrington, Mrs. Ellis, Lisa Donahue,
Jennifer Leehman, Mike Andrews, Laura Ranford. An-
drea Moore, Mark Phillips. Back row: Pat Lynn. Morris
Cuey, Scott Johnson, Brian Buckalew, Greg Kaiser. 2.
ROTC: Front row: Richard Greenwood, Chris McCarthy.
Exor Montes, Johnathon Tanksley. Second row: Mike
Smith, Sean Crockett, Mike Vaughan, David Puzoretz.
David Hammer, Eric Maynes, Back row: James Lanham,
Alan Roach, Bret Kinman, Tad Deriso, Jim Drury, Billy
Melvin, Tristan Vanstrein, Deputy Commander Bert
276 0 Organizations
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FIIATH TCNYI CLUB
The Math club at Walton High School is Mu
Alpha Theta. Mrs. Shepard, a great math
teacher, is the sponsor of the club. Not only
is there the math club, but there is also the
math teams. Math club is a club to help en-
courage students to use their math skills.
3. Greg Kaiser is not only a newspaper member, but he
also participates in chorus. 4. Some new news-Arrive
Alive Club is here. 5. Front row: Varsity: Jennifer Ervin,
Scott Shepherd, Shanda Oliver, Andrea Ringler, Tom
Counts, Chantel Karim. Second row: Julia Drewry, Rich-
ard Jeninski, Craig Bolier, Maggie Miller, Debbie Brooks,
Michelle Vogel, Gwenie Thio, Ron Marrache, Frank Li.
Back Row. Christi Klein, Steve Sayovitz, Torsten Wag-
ner, Brian Day. Bob Brawn, Jim Shepard, Charlie Flowers,
Tom Bucheit, Mrs. Shepard. 6. Front row: Andrea Car-
ithers, Mia Son, Charlene Li, Sarah Castle. Second row:
Chris Gaffga, Ashish Merchant, Garrett Bailey, Jon
Crowe, Micheal Pierce. Back row: Micheal Whang, Rog-
er Allan, Hal Brown, Brian Peterson, John Skelton, Mrs,
Lewis. 7, Math Club: Front row: Chris Gaffga, Craig Bo-
lier, Jennifer Ervin, Charlene Li, Scott Shepherd, Tom
Counts, Ashish Merchant, Tom Bucheit, Brian Day. Sec-
ond row. Julia Drewry, Richard Jeninski, Jim Shepard,
Torsten Wagner, Michelle Vogel, Debbie Brooks,
Gwenie Thio, Mia Son, Ron Marrache. Third row. Christi
Klein, Garrett Bailey, Maggie Miller, Chantel Karim.
Shanda Oliver, Andrea Ringler, Sarah Castle, Andrea
Carithers, Hal Brown, Micheal Wang. Back row: Steve
Sayovitz, Frank Li, Bob Brawn, Roger Allan, Micheal
Pierce, John Skelton, Brian Peterson, Charlie Flowers,
ROTC is an organization that has been
around at Walton for nine years. At athletic
events, the ROTC students present flags of
color. ROTC is a preparing boys for a future
in the military.
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Weebles wobble but they don't fall down
.. .Concentrate on your thumbs . . . lf it says
stand on your head and spit nickels Uh,
well, we still don't have a constitution
Gory Days-2nd place!! , . . The talent show
. . . Buy a truck, get a bedliner . . . Celebrity
judges . . . "Your Highness, please" . . . "Get
lnvolved" . . . Drama was a smashing success
with a talent show, several one-acts, and a
well received senior play.
I. Front Row. Oliver Favalli, Charlene Li, Corinne Chisek,
Tom Counts, Andrea Ringler, Melissa Bennett, Kim Foltz,
Stacy Stikesm, Cindy Stephens, Megan Wallace. Second
Row: Tony Guakala, Heather Underwood, Jennifer Gib-
son, Cory Shapiro, Midi Choe, Scott Shepherd, Shanda
Oliver, Shanda Robbins. Mimi Stowers Third Row: Ken-
dra Suchick, Tara Sudder, Mindy Doolittle, Melissa Ken-
ner, Christal Peacock, Mr. Souza, Chris Simler, Scott
Hersey Back row: Mrs. Smith, Anne Triggs, Malory Tom-
lin, Garrett Bailey, Chris Evans, Mandy Simmons, Pam
Mulchany, Debbie Mulcahy, Frank Li, Scott Hersey, Mer-
ideth Clements, Greg Bighouse, Theresa Allen, Elizabeth
Jones. Chris Gaffga, Ms. Jones. 2. Who's going to the
Metro Plex? 3. Rocky Horror visits Walton. 4, Walton
hopes Osborne's resting comfortably. 5. Let's get goryl
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l. Mike Abramowitz 2. Dennis Biscan 3. Leslie
lvester 4. Jan Everly 5. Debbie Warner 6. Connie
Rasmussen 7. Lisa Hall 8. Kim Allnutt 9. Tara Craft
IO. Desiree' Acebal II. Donna Kincaid I2. Susan
Provan l3. Monica Clayman I4. Michelle Fields I5.
Marty Smith IG. Ashley Clark I7. Shanda Daniel l8.
Patty Ouadagno I9. Julie Papp 20. Kristen Johnson
2I. Robin Burnosky 22. Catherine Hube 23. Julie
Buchwald 24. Missie Fitzgerald 25. Cindy Schlag
26. Jana Turner 27. Kristi Harmon 28. Angel Ward
29. Krista Walker 30, Mark Phillips 3l. Andrea
Ringler 32. Scott Bennett 33. Kelly Barron 34. Pat-
ty Culbreath 35. Ashley Stewart 36. Ben Battell
37. Andrea Moore 38. Amy McHenry 39. Valerie
McDonald 40, Kelly Siegle 4I. Mary Trapnel 42.
Jenny Williams 43. Marsi Cox 44. Anne Currie 45.
Betsy Thompson 46. Todd Yocum 47. Heather
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Mr. Kelly Henson, as principal, coordi-
nates all activities of everyone at Walton.
Linda Abernathy is in charge of attendance
procedures and also discipline. Our assis-
tant principal, Jan Brown, schedules stu-
dents for classes, and is the coordinator of
guidance and report cards. Rodney Cole's
job also includes teaching for T 8 I as well as
maintenance. Lory Hill, one of the other
Asst. Principals has jobs that run from safe-
ty and security to parking. Joanne Lee is
involved in many student procedures such
as lockers and student support team. Ronda
Tighe is an assistant Principal and handles
student discipline and finances of the school.
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any parking problems. 3. Lory Hill, Joanne Lee,
Linda Abernathy, Kelly Henson, Ronda Tighe,
Jan Brown, Rodney Cole. 4. The administrators
love pep rally days. 5. Kelly Henson speaks at the
meeting, 6. Mr. Cole and Dave Sarbell in confer-
ence. 7. Mrs. Lee says. "Where's Whit?" 8. Mrs.
Tighe sure looks official. 9. Mrs. AWOL checks
on troubling situations. IO. The locker varmits
sure got to these lockers! ll. This ain't too bad,
Must be a fringe benefit of being principal.
ll. Officer Plummer and Mr. Henson discuss Sat-
urday football games. IS. Rodney Cole handles
maintenance for Walton.
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up of Shirley Elliott, Arline Garrell, and Judy
Smith. Along with their many other duties
they all work to help students with their
school records and sending them to col-
leges. They also keep grade point averages
and class ranking for every student. Jim Ca-
gle, Elizabeth Newton, Rita Petty, and Gene
Crowe are the school's counselors. They
help students decide what classes to take,
and they also help with future plans. All of
these people play an important part in mak-
ing Walton the best that it is.
I. Shirley Elliott eyes something of importance.
2. Gene Crowe is ready for anything. 3. Mrs.
Newton asks, "When is coffee break?" 4, Mr.
Cagle looks over some forms. 5. Front Row: Shir-
ley Elliott. Arline Garrell, Rita Petty, Judy Smith.
Back Row: Gene Crowe, Jim Cagle, Elizabeth
Newton. 6. Beverly Adkins, no social calls at
work. 7. Glenda Matheson, Beverly Adkins, Jim-
mie Dassinger -Bookkeeper, Bobbie Whitaker,
Judy Martin. 8. Frank Plummer likes his jobl 9.
Mrs. Matheson does a great job. IO. "Don't you
dare take my pic . . . " Too late Mrs. Dorsey. II,
Mrs. Sturniolo does all the heavy work.
Name: Frank Plummer
Years at Walton: 7M
Hobbies: Soccer coach, state pistol compe-
Job Description: Cobb Co. public school se-
Comments: "Everyone seems to have a bet-
ter attitude this year, or, it may be that I
just have one."
Name: ,lim Cagle
Hobbies: Karate, collect-books, rocks,
Job Description: Counselor
Name: Rita Petty
Previous jobs: "Miss Rita" on Romper Room m
Hobbies: Tennis, photography
Job Description: Counselor
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Office Staff - 285
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Name: Nancy Rebenack
Years at Walton: 7
Previous Occupation. Banker
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Hobbies: Hike, garden, pamper her dog
Name: Larry Pace
Years at Walton: II
Job description: Teaches drafting
Name: Leroy Skinner
Years at Walton: IO
Job description:Teaches electronics
286 - Trade and Industry
I. Mr. Skinner helps a student. 2. Bob Overstreet
takes a break. 3. Front Row: Rodney Cole, Nancy
Rebenack, Back Row: Leroy Skinner,Chris Tully,
Larry Pace, Scott Keesee, Carolyn Ott. Bob
Overstreet. 4. Larry Pace looks bored. 5. Media
Staff-Barbara Weagly, Ginnie Jones, Connie
Kone, Anne Hudson. 6. Mrs. Weagly hard at
7. Connie Kone makes a face. 8. Home Ec.
Staff-Joan Heavner, Rhonda Moore. 9, Rhonda
Moore-the gourmet. IO. Mrs. Heavner is look-
ing a little worried.
Name: Ginny Jones
occupation: DJ at radio station
residence: New York
Job description: Process new books and help
ts find materials.
Name: Connie Kone
Years at Walton: IO
mments: "I miss the school spirit
had in the past."
Name Joan Heavner
ription: Home Ec. teacher
Home EcfMedia Center - 287
'l Name: Mary Kay Dolesh
Years at Walton: First
Previous occupation: Office manager
Hobbies: Golf, jazzercise, sewing, racquet-
ball, exploring Atlanta
Previous residence: Ohio, lll.
Name: Sandy Rovelli
Years at Walton: First
Outside activities: Cross-Country asst.
coach, Frosh Basketball coach.
Other comment: "The teachers at Walton
want to know more about students and
are more involved with extra-curricular
Name: Diana Brown
Years at Walton: IO
Q Outside activities: Academic Bowl sponsor
3 Hobbies: Beekeeping
288 - Special Education
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I. Gotcha Mrs. Benton. 2. Everyone loves Mrs. Brader. 3.
Mrs. Myrick says "GO GATORSV' 4. Front Row: Joan
lkerd, Diane Benton, Colleen Myrick, Susan Case. Back
Row: Diana Brown, Sandy Rovelli, Evelyn Allen, Kathy
Brader, Joan MacDonald. CNot pictured. Mary Kay Do-
leshb 5. Mrs. Brown is hard at work. 6. Mrs. lkerd knows
there's work before play. 7. Bob Cowles directs the
band. 8. Dallas Wrege knows how to jaml 9. We got
called back for an encore. IO. Steve Moss, Bob Cowles,
Robert Haley, Mike Back, Dennis Stabler. II. "Go ahead,
make my day," says Mr. Moss.
Name: Bob Cowles
Years at Walton: "Since the beginning of
Previous occupations: US army officer, con-
struction worker street sweeper
Hobbies: Marching band, coin and stamp
Previous residence: Australia, Vietnam,
Name: Steve Moss
Previous residence: Mass., N.Y., Texas
Hobbies: Professional painterfSculptor
Name: Dennis Stabler
Job description: Chorus director
Fine Arts - 289
Name: Bobbie Monger
Years at Walton: First
Previous occupation: Owner of a clothing
Previous residence: Mississippi
Name: Molly Spier
Years at Walton: First
Previous job: Gwinnett Co. School System
Name: Charlyn Shepherd
Years at Walton: IO
Hobbies: Chauffering kids
Previous residence: France, Germany, llli-
290 ' Math
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I. Mrs. Drummond shows how it's done. 2. Front
Row, Peggy Martin, Charlyn Shepherd, Regina
McKinney, Pam Drummond, Joan Dutter, Bobbie
Monger, Maile Lewis. Back Row: Lee Ann Cum-
mings, Molly Spier, Murray Siegel, Tonda Hager,
Diana Lossner, Brad Smith, Teresa Kincaid.
Kathy Massengill, Trudie Donovan. CNot pic-
tured. Karen Crowleyj 3. Mrs. Donovan stands
in awe of a students work. 4. Mrs. Massengill
doesnt's look pleased. 5. Mr. Smith is busy grad-
ing papers. 6. Steve Jones, Bucky Boozer, Mon-
tez Bowen, Bob Younglove, Tom Price, Joe Wil-
son, Ronnie White, John Stafford, Fred Wheeler,
lnka Herron, Robert Lassiter. 7. "Okay girls.
kick" instructs Coach Bowen. 8. ls that Coach
Younglove? 9. Coach White whistles for atten-
Names Bob Younglove
Years at Walton. 6
Hobbies: Mermaid hunting during the peak
Previous residence: Secretly lived in the
basement of a girls' dorm in Belton, Texas
Other comments: "There are better looking
girls now, than my 4 years in high school."
Name: John Stafford
Years at Walton: 2
Name: Montez Bowen
Years at Walton: 2
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Name: Rickey Young
Years at Walton: First
Name: Hassan Malik
Previous job: NBA CKansas City Kingsj
Hobbies: Basketball, visit historical sites
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Previous residence: N.Y., Spain, France
Name: Georganne Young
Years at Walton: 4
Hobbies: Soccer coach
292 - Social Studies
I. Mrs. Young demonstrates the technique of
South African bird calling. 2. Coach Turner ain't
too sure of Halloween. 3. Laurie Rand might get an
"A" this semester. 4. Front Row. Barbie Hopper,
Georganne Young, Ann Snead, Becky Blythe,
Donna Harris. Back Row: Steve Anderson, Bill
Moon, Dempsey Kirk, Al Smith, George McNeese,
Joe Wilson, Margaret Gardner, Bill Collier, Ann
Rogers, Hassan Malik. 5. Mr. Kirk is working to
bring home the bacon. 6. Smith or Franklin?
7. Front Row: Bill Pankratius, Bill Shesky, Luke
Prescott, Bill Hawkins, Al Hanson. Back Row: Car-
ol Bowen, .lo Ann Morton, Jo Jaquith, Marsha
Manly, Marion Romeo, Susan Parrott, Rhoda
Greenberg, Gail Whitlock. 8. Mr. P's lab day. 9.
"What does this mean Mrs. Romeo?' IO. Ms. Mor-
ton is gonna get vicious. ll. Mrs. Greenberg looks
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Name: Luke Prescott
Years at Walton: 9
Hobbies: Soccer, backpacking, photography
Previous residence: Germany, Hawaii
l Name: Marion Romeo
Years at Walton: IO
Name: Bill Pankratius
Years at Walton: First
Other comments: "At Walton, the principal is
outstanding, morale is high, and the atmo-
sphere is more conducive to teaching and
Science - 293
I. Steve Cagle, Nancy Wallace, Don Carter. 2. Lori
Lynn is proud to be a Walton Raider. 3. Gayle
Headrick works on some papers. 4. Mrs. Stowers
ponders, "Who can I fail today?" 5. Charlotte
Stowers, Gayle Headrick, Lori Lynn, Marsha Tun-
ick. 6. Richard Plogner likes working on comput-
ers. 7. Front Row: Lynn Waller, Pat Barras, JoAnn
Anderson, Mimi Williams, Sandra Russell, Elsa
Wolf, Lynn Byrd, Elizabeth Holcomb, Jackie Ca-
sey. Back row: Larry Richard, Robin Fletcher, Ju-
lie Flowers, Pam Martin, Virginia Bailey, Barbara
Myers, Karen Norton, Phyllis Scallion, Linda Bis-
bee, Joanne Lee, Ernie Souza. 8. Julie Flowers
loves English. 9. Mrs, Holcomb takes a break, IO.
Mrs. Baily is ready for the weekend. ll. Mr. Souza
294 - Business and Co-op
Name: Charlotte Stowers
Years at Walton: 6
Previous occupations: Job recruitor
Previous residence: Germany, Texas,
Name: Steve Cagle
Years at Walton: ll
Hobbies: ALTA tennis
Name: Lori Lynn
Years at Walton: 6
Hobbies: Tennis V l
Name: Robin Fletcher
Years at Walton: 2
Previous occupations: Manager for a
health spa, director of American Youth
Previous residence: Arizona, California, S
Comment: X 'Things seem to be more
hectic this year."
Name: Linda Bisbee
Years at Walton: 7
Previous residence: England, Hawaii
Name: Julie Flowers
Years at Walton: 2
Previous jobs: Rented jet skies on the
beach at Hilton Head
English ' 295
Name: Beverly Warriner
Years at Walton: 5
Hobbies: Writing lesson plans and checking
Q, Previous residence: Puerto Rico
DO Other comments: "The students at Walton
CQ are more outgoing and friendlier than at
Name: Pam Brackett
DO Years at Walton: IO
Previous job: Hasbro Toy Co.-putting arms
CQ on GI Joe dolls
Name: Betsy Frank
Years at Walton: 8
296 - Foreign Language
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I. A little food and fun for these foreign language
teachers. 2. lt's story time in Ms. Romano's
class. 3. Mrs. Griffin is amused by her students.
4. These students have a great time in Ms.
Vachtsevanos' class. 5. Mrs. Frank gives her stu-
dent's some test information. 6. Front row:
Mario Munoz, Beverly Warriner. Back row:
Athena Vachtsevanos, Karen Romano, Ann Griff
fin, Pam Brackett, Susan Dillard, Linda Edwards,
Reba Keller, Betsy Frank, Theresa Ireland. 7.
Rhonda Moore smiles for her fans. 8. Mrs. Young
enjoys her break. 9. Coach Lassiter looks
pleased with his players. IO. What's going on
here? ll. "Hey baby!" says Coach Turner. D.
Looks like Spidy's nabbed another teacher. I3.
Mr. Kirk the expert ventriloquist. I4. "Gimme an
R," says Mrs. Stowers. IS. These two sports fans
are ready for the big gamel l6. "Can we please
get back to work now?" pleads Mrs. Anderson.
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