Hillsdale High School - Echo Yearbook (Jeromesville, OH)
- Class of 1983
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Text from Pages 1 - 182 of the 1983 volume:
Altvater, Rhonda: 98, 123, 126, 154
Armstrong, Larry: 98, 116, 155
Atterholt, Starla: 98
Baldner, John: 98, 12, 143
Basinger, Brit: 67, 89, 98, 151
Beck, Mindy: 50, 53, 98, 109
Blough, Kris: 98, 149, 154
Boals, Rod: 3, 98
Boyer, Collene: 98, 109, 153, 154, 161
Brubaker, Rick: 8, 17, 66, 98
Butdorf, Tim: 54, 98, 101
Case, Kelly: 98, 161
Chapman, Sandy: 63, 98, 154
Charman, Jayne: 54, 10, 98, 109, 100, 144, 160
Cline, Brian: 50, 77, 85, 98, 155
Cline, Tim: 50, 67, 77, 85, 98, 123, 155
Collins, Jennifer: 98, 153
Dague, Douglas: 12, 79, 98
Denning, Brad: 65, 98
Dennis, Amy: 2, 11, 59, 63, 98, 144, 153, 154, 161
Dilgard, Todd: 5, 8, 17, 66, 67, 77, 83, 98, 118
Dormaier, Mona: 98
Erhardt, Dinia: 98, 153
Erhardt, Lee: 8, 59, 98
Fortune, Jeff: 99
Frank, Douglas: 99, 155
French, Clinton: 59, 65, 99, 151
Fry, Shelli: 99, 116
Gilbert, Vicki: 99
Harlan, Jim: 12, 99, 116, 149, 158
Hawks, Greg: 50, 99, 109, 116, 123, 145, 149
Hendrix, Barbara: 63, 75, 99, 116, 122, 158
Hines, Julie: 48, 75, 81, 99, 143
Holderbaum, Robert: 65, 89, 99, 153
Horn, Richard: 89, 99
Huff, Mark: 99
Jones, Amy: 50, 73, 99, 150, 153, 154
Jones, Michele: 16, 61, 63, 99, 109, 144, 151, 154, 156, 157
Knight, Kevin: 12, 67, 79, 89, 99, 109, 151, 156
Krebs, Heidi: 99, 144, 149
Krebs, Kecia: 99, 153, 144
Krichbaum, Susan: 9, 99, 123, 151, 153, 160
Leech, Rhonda: 99
Leibolt, Jerry: 6, 99, 115, 155
Lewis, Thomas: 77, 99, 155
Lindner, Mike: 17, 66, 67, 99, 122, 149, 160
Littleton, Margaret: 43, 99, 100, 116, 144, 149, 153
Long, Dan: 17, 49, 54, 66, 67, 89, 99, 149, 152, 156
McQuillen, Keith: 99, 161
McQuillen, Kevin: 99, 161
Mark, John: 43, 45, 67, 99, 109, 155
Martin, Devon: 99, 116, 143
McAbee, Edward: 9, 65, 85, 99, 153
McCoy, Michael: 65, 99, 143
McCracken, Don: 59, 99
McFarlin, Michelle: 54, 15, 70, 71, 99, 109
McGinnis, Julie: 44, 45, 54, 99, 144, 154, 156
McGovern, Brigid: 9, 12, 67, 99, 109, 156, 157, 160
McKee, Vicki: 3, 99, 108, 151, 153, 158, 160
Miller, James: 3, 99, 108, 151, 153, 158, 160
Miller, Kelly: 99, 123
Miller, Todd: 83, 99, 143
Morgan, Kenneth: 5, 12, 49, 77, 99
Motter, Cameo: 10, 15, 13, 70, 71, 99
Overholt, Kim: 11, 42, 51, 59, 63, 100, 107, 108, 144, 153, 154
Pakes, Carol: 13, 100, 149, 154, 156
Patterson, Holly: 100, 150
Patznick, Bill: 100, 121, 151
Paullin, Vicki: 100, 153
Prince, Janette: 81, 100, 151, 154, 156, 158, 160, 168
Ritter, Rhonda: 4, 100, 153, 154
Rush, Treasa: 63, 87, 100, 144, 153, 154, 155
Russell, David: 12, 44, 45, 100, 108, 158, 160
Sams, Traci: 100, 148, 151, 153
Scheibe, Dale: 100, 121, 153
Schonfeld, Jason: 100, 155
Shrader, Brian: 49, 100, 155
Seibert, Tim: 100, 77
Shearer, Diane: 100
Shenberger, Chris: 17, 77, 67, 66, 85, 100, 155, 157
Smith, Robbie: 67, 84, 85, 100, 115, 153
Sparr, James: 65, 77, 100
Sparr, Joe: 3, 65, 77, 101, 115
Steele, Kenneth: 65, 101, 153, 155
Steward, Richard: 101, 108, 112, 151, 158, 160
Stoner, Ken: 101, 108, 120, 121
Strine, Tom: 5, 54, 65, 77, 89, 85, 91, 101, 167
Stull, Lisa: 48, 101, 116, 144, 123, 153
Teeple, Teresa: 101
Titus, Larry: 101, 153, 160
Triesler, Sherry: 101, 158
Weaver, Brian: 45, 79, 100, 101, 151, 158, 160
Weikel, Wendi: 44, 45, 101, 143, 150, 153, 160
Weikel, Robert: 101, 155
Williams, Kelly: 101, 116, 144, 150
Wiltrout, Beth: 7, 15, 70, 71, 101, 108, 151, 153, 160
Winters, Sherri: 9, 101, 154 U
Yeater, Porter: 48, 67, 83, 101, 115, 155
Yerian, Randy: 155
Young, Jeff: 59, 101, 120, 155
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Class Officers: Sec., Becky Hooverg Treas., Gwen Killeyg Pres., Trish Ebertg Vice Pres., Dave Richilano
Vaughn Pennington wills Mr. Edwards a book of GOOD
jokes, and the ability to tell them.
The Senior class wills the office a computer to keep track
of the evening bus changes.
The senior Media Masters will Mr. Burdette a new the-
saurus to keep and assist him in preparing his lectures and
Tresa Andrews. Jenny Sparr, Janice Kaufman, and
Rhonda Kyser will Sandy Chapman and Anita Harned
the ability to keep people out of a locked hotel room, so
their rooms won't get rolled.
Jenny Sparr, Treasa Andrews and Rhonda Kyser will
Linda Chapman the ability to do Chinese fire drills with-
out falling down.
The advanced math class wills Doug Selvage the two an-
swers we knew this year that he didn't.
Steve Van Gilder wills the hair on his chest to Mr. Bur-
Mike Glauner wills his muscles to Darrin Beal and Ashley
Laurie Schultz and Darcy Russell will Carol Pakes their
ability to skip band and go to Pizza Hut without getting
The Senior Class wills the Junior class our ability to skip
school and not get caught.
Opie and Opie will their ability to have a good time at
Tresea Andrews wills her ability to stay in her seat and not
get caught talking in study hall to all underclassmen.
Kate Bartter wills next year's Advanced Math Class the
sense to start their computer programs the first day of
Laurie Schultz and Maggie Keener will Tim Seibert a
Thermos for his locker.
The Senior band members of 1983 will the Senior band
members of 1984 the ability to go to Friendly's during
band and make it back in time for the beginning of ad-
This year's physics class wills next year's physics class the
ability to stretch a one day lab into a week lab.
Mr. Cox's lst period government class wills him an alarm
clock so that he can get to class on time.
First period accounting class wills Mr. Bach the ability not
to scream during his class lectures.
Next year's Physics class wills the ability to turn a 20
minute test into a 3 day test.
3rd lunch period wills the cooks 3 tons of fruit cocktail and
enough tator tots to go around.
JoNell Amos wills her brother Dan the self assurance to
stand up and sing.
Chris King wills next year's seniors the ability to throw
Frank Telakowicz wills next years Chemistry classes his
old notes and homework.
Kate Bartter wills Clinton French her ability to keep her
Pinto going for one more year.
Matt Luikart and Brad Browne will their ability to play
baseball to John Chronister and John Carpenter and their
ability to catch catfish and carp to Tim Cline and Brian
Sandy Gibbs wills her ability to stay out of detention to
Susie Gibbs and Jackie Schwiger.
Skip McClure wills the ability to control his emotions in
the locker room to Rick Brubaker.
The Senior Football members will their great love for
burpee's to next yearls football team.
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1. Best Personality: Michele Bachman and Dave Richilano.
Most Popular: Dave Richlilano and Trish Ebert. 2. Most
Athletic: Gwen Killey and Brad Browne. 3. Biggest Mouth:
Jim Trine and Kathy Miller. Most Unforgettable: Jim Trine
and Laurie Schultz. 4. Class Clowns: Mike Glauner and Laurie
Schultz. Rowdiest: Mike Glauner and Laurie Schultz. Most
Unpredictable: Nick McGovern and Brenda Beck Cnot
picturedj. 5. Funniest Laugh: Brad Browne and Dawn Main.
Joe and Jane Cool: Jim Trine and Tonja Walburn lnot
l. Most likely to succeed: Gwen Killey and Barry
Yeater, 2. Shortest: Randy Hamrick and Corrine
Amend. Tallest: Darcy Russell and Skip
McClure. 3. Prettiest eyes: Stanton Winbigler
and Dee Austin. Prettiest smile: Dee Austin and
Dave Richilano 4. Friendliest: Steve VanGilder
and Darla Jarvis, Best Dressed: Dave Richilano
and Ronita Krieling. 5. Shyest: Jeff Draper and
Rhonda Kyser Knot picturedj. Biggest flirt:
Leslie Lloyd and Matt Luikart.
"The Class That Produced A President'
ln the year 2003 we find the Class of '83 in every one of the fifty states and three foreign countries. President of the United States, 38-year-old Dan-
iel Lavender is preparing for his re-election campaign by visiting each state. His first stop is the booming metropolis of Ashland, Ohio. The Miss USA
Pagenat is being held here. Miss Jacqueline Falter, formerly Jack Falter, the victim ofa lawn mower accident, has won the competition and also the
President's heart. Cocktails were being served by flight attendant Darcy Russell when turbulence shook the plane frantically. A familiar voice came
over the PA telling the President not to worry. The President knows that voice belongs to Dawn Main Bender. She is the President ofthe Pilot's Union
and she always holds the annual Pilot's Convention at the Bender Farm in Loudonville.
When the Presidentand his wife were enjoying dinner onthe plane up from the cargo hold came threemen carrying guns with stockings on their
heads. Their intent was to hijack the plane to Cambodia where Randy Hamrick was waiting with his leftist guerillas to overthrow the government.
When the three men realized that they knew the President personally they took offtheir masks, revealed themselves as Mike Glauner, Dennis Sheibe
and Jim Baldner and screamed, "Let's Party!"
When the plane finally landed in New York, after circling the city for two hours in order to finish the party, Mike, Dennis and Jim are arrested by
Mike Carpenter, the Chiefof Police. On the way to the hotel the President's limo is involved in a fender bender and they had to take it to Chad Hel-
berts auto body shop. There was even a rumor that Randy Hamrick was helping him open a new one in Cambodia. As Randy was looking for a place to
build the new garage he came upon a cave. In it he found long lost Matt Harned. The cave was full ofchemistry and physics books and calculators.
Matt's batteries were still running. Meanwhile, the President is being served dinner in his hotel room by Kim Hoverstock Morgan, recruited from her
head waitress job at Ferroni's. This grade A beef was produced by Greg Trayter's 5000 acre spread. The cream for the President's coffee was
imported from Ellen Stoner's award winning chain of dairy farms. After dinner the President enjoyed the evenings entertainment by opera singer
JoNell Amos accompanied by the New York Symphony conducted by Master Composer Nicholous Robert McGovern.
Bright and early the next day the President boarded the Presidential Yacht enroute to Texas by way ofthe East Coast. The President had the time
of his life and requested the presence of the cruise director, so that he could express his profound gratitude. When the cruise director came to his cabin
he recognized her as Trish Ebert one of his best friends in high school. The President found out that the reason she could give such good parties was be-
cause she was still single and loving every minute of it. There was a knock on the door and when the President answered he found a porter standing
there who was none other than Earl Bowman. Earl told the President that the ship might be running into some rough water, but it was nothing serious.
Just at that moment, the power went out and the waves rocked the ship. But through the sounds of the clashing waves they heard help coming. It was
Admiral Gwen Killey ofthe USS Falcon, crewmen David Koenig, Richard Echley and John Yeater helped lead the President and his party to safety.
The USS Falcon lands at its home port, Daytona Beach. There on the beach were perennial partiers Angie Chapman, Treasa Andrews and Rhonda
Kyser. The girls treated their long lost friends to an evening at the nearest nightclub, where Jim Trine, a male stripper and Laurie Schultz a stand up
comedian were entertaining.
Meanwhile, Barry Yeater, GM engineer, plots an assassination attempt on President Lavender. lt seems Barry was upset because Danny gave
Chrysler another grant. Barry was ecstatic when he learned the President was coming to town the next morning because it gave himjust enough time
to perfect his plan.
So Barry dropped Danny while his motorcade travelled through downtown Detroit. Coroner Kevin Kahl pronounced the President dead as having
and I quote "kicked the bucket" and Janice Kaufman, Vice President, was sworn in by the Speaker ofthe House Jeff Draper who moonlighted as a
singing telegram man. Back at the hospital, Bernie Rieser, doctor of medicine, psychology, love, etc., with his skilled medical team of Lisa Anderson,
Darla Jarvis, Jami Lemaster Stoner, Jackie Clarke, Margee Hoover Folks rescued the President from the clutches of death.
When Dan reached consciousness he learned that he was only a co-president and that Dave Richilano was his only hope of regaining complete
power. Dave, who carried on the family business was now a mafia hit man in his own right. Dave headed for Washington D.C. At Washington, Janice
was holding an inaugural ball. Entertainment at the ball was rock super star Paul Rogers and hanging at his ankles was Michelle Bachmann, a rock
Back in Detroit, Danny regained strength with the help of Pam Hofer, Physical Therapist. Upset with Dave's attendance at the ball was Jim Denny,
Chief of Protocal at the White House. Jim refused to let Dave pass so Dave proceeded to lecture on Physics which immediately put Jim to sleep. As
Dave lurked in the shadows he noticed many old class mates whom Janice had appointed to high government positions. Jeannie Eckley, ChiefofStaff
at the White Houseg Jack McClure, Secretary of Defense, Tonja Walburn, Secretary of Interior Decoratingg Teresa Grindstaff, Secretary of
Agriculture, who had lead protesting farmers on tractors through the White House Rose Garden.
Meanwhile back in Detroit, President Lavender prepared for what he thought would be his triumphal return to D.C. However, women across
America had come to greatly admire President Janice and stood firmly behind her. So when they learned of Dan's aspirations millions of women
protestors flocked to Detroit airport. The group was led by Jill Mumaw, Brenda Schonauer, Jenny Sparr, Christine Pletcher and Chief Activist for
Equality of Women, Vaughn Pennington.
The President miraculously made it back to Washington where he learned that Janice had returned to being V.P. after a scary assassination
attempt by Dave Richilano. President Lavender attended the trial and among the ninejustices were ChiefJustice Monti Shambaugh, Lori Kittle, sec-
ond womanjustice and Vaughn Barnett. While awaiting Dave's trial they caught the tail end of the trial of Kate Bartter fashion buyer and editor of
Vogue. Kati, who pleaded freedom ofpress had been accused of indecency when she published photos ofbeautiful scantily clad men in her magazine.
As punishment, Kati was reprimanded and ordered to give Justice Kittle a lifetime subscription. Kati, who was appalled at the harshness of the
punishment, exploded with anger and was bodily removed from the court room by Frank Telakowicz head of court security.
The trial began with witness Kenny Slavokovsky member of the inaugural ball chorus line. He, however, provided no information. Further
testimony was given by Dan Bake, bartender at the ball, Robbin Clarke, the hat check girl and Diane Schwiger Abdulah wife ofthe Prime Minister of
Ocawonga. Kevin Baldner, lawyer for the Class of'83 divorce court, took time off from his lucrative career to defend Dave. Prosecuting attorney was
Stanton Winbigler, president of Winbigler Lumber Empire. When Stanton sees his case failing he brings in surprise witness Jacquline Falter
Lavender who having once been jilted by Dave released a flurry of evidence defaming his character.
After four hours ofdeliberation the verdict was that Dave was guilty. Just as the verdict was announced the doors burst apart and the Godfather,
Steve Van Gilder and his benchmen, Matt Luikart, Skip McClure and Rick Mosher grabbed Dave and fled. Rumor has it that they're in Cambodia
with Randy and working in Chad's auto body shop.
The President and his party then returned to the White House and he retired for the evening. Danny wanted to go visit Brad Browne but he was in
the hills of Kentucky fishing for carp and catfish. So instead they made a state visit to England to visit Princess Rebecca Hoover, wife of Prince An-
drew. Becky was introduced to Andrew by the Queen as a reward for having eliminated Koo Stark. They were entertained at the House of Windsor by
the Amazing Browning Brothers, world classjugglers and musical guests Maggie and the Keener Weiners who were Teresa Denning, Linda Geib and
Sandy Gibbs. Michele Charman was lady in waiting to the Queen. Another dinner guest was Duke of York Oswalt who was accompanied by Lady
The following day President Lavender went riding with the Queen. So he was instructed by Ronnita Kreiling and Tammy Kirchbaum horse
trainers for the Royal Family. Secret Service Agents Scott Martin and Dave McQuillen followed the President and the Queen quickly on foot
"dodging all foreign objects".
Meanwhile Jacquline attended a fashion show with designs by Corinne Amend Asson and accomplished Parisian fashion designer. With fashions
modeled by world famous models Dee Austin, Brenda Beck and Leslie Lloyd. Back at the ranch, President Lavender got lost in the Royal Woods
which were managed by Tina Kiefer. President Lavender before leaving England needed to hire Kathy Smith who owned a long-haul truck company
to carry all the clothes Jackie bought at the fashion show. Robyn Whitsel, customs agent, tried to sort through the mess but after two days she
collapsed from exhaustion. Before returning to the U.S., the first couple dropped by Zumbaubwe Zebra Zoo, managed by Debbie Zonker. They drove
to downtown Zimbaubwe saw the zebras and Zonker, bought a zipper and xylophone and headed for home happy to have been reuinuted with his for-
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In eighth grade when Randy Hamrick ate 2 pieces of ex-lax gum in health class and we never saw him the rest of the day.
Kevin Baldner drove his car to school and forgot about it and rode home on the bus.
.lim Denny wasn't acting dumb? Neither do we!
Danny Lavender and Kevin Baldner got whacked for playing hockey with Charlie Grindstaff's coat.
Remember in 8th grade when Matt Harned changed his gym shorts during a fire drill outside!
Kate Bartter in the 5th grade wore her yellow dress and sat with legs spread wide apart at the band concert in front of the entire audience.
When Becky did cartwheels down the 3rd floor hallway of Jeromesville and Mrs. Brown made her write "I will not do cartwheels in the hallway" l000
Chad and Leslie went together and Barry and Ellen went together and then they switched.
Barry unhooked Kathy's bra in the middle of class in Jr. High.
When Nick McGovern looked like Woody Allen and carried a briefcase.
Nick, in first grade, brought cupcakes with "P's" on them to celebrate Picasso's birthday.
Gwen got chewed out by Mr, Burdette for doing doughnuts in the parking lot!
Mr. Cox left the room during a video tape and we changed the channel to watch "Three's Company"!
Mrs. Miner came to Latin class with her skirt unzipped.
Vaughn told Pam he'd never been swallowed before when he kissed her at Chris's party.
In third grade Gwen took her shirt off to play baseball with the boys.
Dan Baker made an obscene gesture at Ken Slavkovsky and he took a picture of it and Dan worried for a week that Mr. Fair would see it.
Jenna Dolan and Laurie Schultz used to crawl out of Jr. High Science Class.
We didn't have fruit cocktail? Neither do wel
Mr. Burns was attacked by a killer slide rule.
Dewey Headley in eighth grade basketball.
In last year's Chemistry class, Mr. Burns hit himself in the head with a ruler and knocked his glasses off.
Mike Glauner got caught swinging on his locker by Mr. Nelson and had his locker privileges taken away.
Kevin Kahl hit Stephanie Young in 8th grade science class,
Vaughn and Shellie weren't caught kissing. Neither do we!
Tresea Andrews and Kathy Smith got kicked out of Latin Class for smiling!
Matt Luikart drowned Mr. House's laboratory mice in Sth grade.
Trish Ebert and Kim Hoverstock used to chase Stanton Winbigler in 4th grade. When they would catch him,
ln 8th grade choir we had book fights and Monti Shambaugh put his head through the window.
In 5th grade when Randy Hamrick cleaned the erasers by pounding them against his body and head.
Matt Harned wore his band uniform to the bonfire in 9th grade.
Michelle Bachmann used to eat breakfast in chemistry class.
We were watching "Films" in the library.
they would smother him with kisses
E IOR ACTI ITIES
Corinne Jill Amend: VICA 12, DECA 12, FHA 9, 10, Pep Band
JoNell Diane Amos: Girls Ensemble 10, 11, 12, Mixed Ensemble
12, French Club 9, 10.
Lisa Diane Anderson: Girls Ensemble 10, 11, Mixed Ensemble
10, 11, Pep Band 9, 10, 12, Latin Club 9, 10, Scholarship Team
l 1, GAA 9,10,11, Sports Stats 10, 12, FHA 10, 11, Yearbook 9,
Thespians 9, 10, 11, 12, Play Cast 10, Play Crew 9, 11.
Tresea Evon Andrews: Latin Club 9, 10, GAA 9, Sports Stats 12,
Volleyball 9, 10, Basketball 9, 10, Track 9,10,11, 12, FHA 9, 10,
11, 12, Yearbook 12, Thespians 12, Play Cast 12, Play Crew 12.
Deanne Marie Austin: GAA 10,11, 12,Sports Stats 9, 10, 11, 12,
Volleyball 9, 10, 11, FHA 9, FFA Queen 12, Usherettes 12,
Thespians 12, Play Crew 12, Girls Ensemble 12, Mixed Ensem-
ble 9, 10, 11, 12, Softball 9, 10, 11, 12, Scholastic Recognition 12
Michelle Lynn Bachmann: Homecoming Attendant 12, FFA At-
tendant l0, 12, Sports Stats 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12,
Usherettes 12, Student Council 10, ll, 12, Citizenship 11, GAA
9, 10, 11, Play Cast 12.
Daniel Bo Baker: Cross Country 10, Wrestling 9, 10, Track 10,
Baseball 9, Thespians 10, Play Crew 10.
James Andrew Baldner: Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, Baseball 10,
FFA 9,1O, 11, 12, Media Master 12, Play Cast 12, Play Crew 12,
Boys Ensemble 10, 11, 12.
Kevin Gerald Baldner: Wrestling 10 mgr, FFA 9, 10, 11, 12, Boys
Ensemble 12, Mixed Ensemble 12.
Vaughn Barnett: Not Available
Kathryn Sue Bartter: Scholarship Team 10, ll, 12, NHS 10, ll,
12, Sports Stats 9, 10, Basketball 9, 10, Yearbook 1 1, 12, Thespi-
ans 9, 10, 11, 12, Play Cast 9, 10, 11, 12, Play Crew 9, 10, ll, 12,
Pep Band 9, 10, ll, 12, Latin Club 9, 10.
Brenda Sue Beck: VICA 12, DECA 12, Mixed Ensemble 10.
Earl Clifford Bowman: Not Available
Bradley Eugene Browne: Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, 10,
ll, 12, Track 9, Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12, FFA 9,10,ll,12, Play
Mark Browning: Not Available
Todd Edwin Browning: Wrestling 9, 10 CNorwayneJ, 12
Angela Sue Chapman: Student Council 12, Honor Student 12,
NHS 10, 1 1, 12, GAA 1 l,SportsStats 1 l,Track 10, FHA 10, ll,
12, Yearbook 12, Usherettes 12, Softball 9, Cafeteria Cashier 11.
Michele Renee Charman: Sports Stats 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12,
FHA 10, Usherettes 12, French Club 9, 10.
Jackie Clarke: Not Available.
Robbin Christine Clarke: Not Available
Teresa Ann Denning: GAA 10, 1 1, Sports Stats 9, Volleyball 10,
FHA 11, 12, Yearbook 12, Usherettes ll, 12, Thespians 11, 12,
Play Crew 9, 10, 11, 12, Softball 9, 10, ll, French Club 11,
Cafeteria Cashier 12.
James Frederick Denny, Jr.: Class Officer CML Carmell 10,
French Club 9, 10, Football 9, Media Master 12, Play Cast 12.
Jeffrey Allen Draper: FFA 10, 11, 12.
Patricia Marie Ebert: Class Officer 12, Student Council 9, 10,
GAA 9, 10, 11, 12, FFA Attendant 9, 1 l,Thespians 12, Play Cast
12, Cheerleader 11, French Club 9, 10, Wind Ensemble 11, 12,
Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12, Homecoming Attendant 11, 12, Usher-
Jeannie Louise Eckleyz Not Available.
Richard Eckley: Football 9, 10, ll.
John Philip Falter: Student Council 9, 10, 12, Football 9, 10, ll,
12, Basketball 9, 10, Baseball 9, 10, 11, French Club 9, 10,
Margaret Diane Hoover Folks: Class Officer 9, 10, 11, 12, NHS
10, 1 1, 12, GAA 10, Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, 10, ll,
Track 9, 10, FHA 9, Play Crew 9, Girls Ensemble 11, Mixed
Ensemble 11, Pep Band 9, 10, ll, Flag Corps 12.
Linda Sue Geib: GAA 10, Track 9, FHA 10, Pep Band 12, Latin
Club 9, 10, Wind Ensemble 12.
Sandra Sue Gibbs: GAA 9, 10, Football Mgr. ll, FHA 9, 10, 11,
12, Girls Ensemble 10, ll, 12.
Michael George Glauner: Sports Stats 9, 10, 1 1, Cross Country 9,
10, 11, 12, Track 9, 10, ll, 12, Boys Ensemble 11, 12, Mixed
Ensemble 11, 12.
Teresa Elaine Grindstaff: Not Available
Randolph B, Hamrick: Football 10, Baseball 9, 10, ll.
Matthew Brian Harned: Scholarship Team ll, Basketball 9, 10,
Mixed Ensemble 11, Pep Band 12, French Club 9, 10.
Chad William Helbert: Basketball 10, ll, Baseball 9, 10, FFA 9,
Pamela Kay Hofer: Student Council 12, Scholarship Team 10,
NHS ll, 12, GAA 9, 10, Sports Stats 1 l, 12, Track 10,Thespians
10, 1 1, 12, Play Cast 9, 12, Play Crew 9, 10, 1 1, 12, Pep Band 9,
10, 11, Latin Club 9, 10, Flag Corps 10, ll, 12, Wind Ensemble
Rebecca Lynn Hoover: Class Officer 12, Citizenship 12, Year-
book ll, 12, Thespians 11, 12, Play Cast 11, 12, Play Crew 12,
Girls Ensemble 12, Mixed Ensemble 12, Pep Band 12, Prom
Steering 11, Latin Club 9, 10.
Kimberly Dawn Hoverstock: Class Officer 10, Scholarship Team
1 1, NHS 1 l, 12, Buckeye Girls State 11, GAA 9, 10, Sports Stats
12, FHA 9, Yearbook 10, 12, Usherettes 11, 12, Play Crew 12,
Pep Band 9, 10, Cheerleader 11, 12.
Darla Kay Jarvis: GAA 9, 10, Sports Stats 10, Homecoming
Queen 12, Homecoming Attendant 10, Usherettes 12, Thespians
12, Play Cast 12, Play Crew 12, Girls Ensemble 10, 11, 12, Mixed
Ensemble ll, 12, Cafeteria Cashier 12.
Ellen LeMay Jones: Scholarship Team 9, ll, Senior Honor Stu-
dent l2, NHS 10, 11, 12, GAA 10, ll, Volleyball 9, 10, ll, 12,
Yearbook 12, Media Master 11, 12, Thespians ll, 12, Play Cast
11, 12, Play Crew ll, French Club 9, 10, Softball 9, 10, Scholas-
tic Recognition 9, 10, 11, 12, Prom Steering ll.
Kevin Patrick Kahlz Football Mgr. 9, Play Cast 12.
Janice Marie Kaufman: Senior Honor Student 12, Scholarship
Team 10, 11, NHS 10, 11, 12, GAA 11, Sports Stats 10, ll,
Track 9, 10, 11, FHA 9, 10, 11, 12, Yearbook 12, Thespians 9,10,
11, 12, Play Cast 9, 10, 12, French Club 9, 10.
Maggie Jo Keener: Senior Honor Student 12, Scholarship Team
9, 11, NHS 10, 11, 12, GAA 9,1O, Sports Stats 9, 10, Track 9,10,
FHA 9, Yearbook 12, Usherettes 12.
Tina Marie Kiefer: Not Available
Gwen Lockard Killey: Class Officer 9, 10, l 1, 12, Student Coun-
cil 12, Senior Honor Student 12, Scholarship Team 9, 10, ll, 12,
Citizenship 10, NHS 10, ll, 12, Buckeye Girls State ll, GAA
10, Volleyball 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 9, 10, ll, Track 9, 10, ll,
12, Yearbook 9, Thespians 10, l 1, 12, Play Cast 9, Play Crew 9,
10, ll, Mixed Ensemble 9, Latin Club 9, 10.
Christopher Scott King: Scholarship Team 10, Football 9, 10, 1 1,
Track 1 1, Baseball 9, 10, Play Cast 12, Boys Ensemble 12, Media
Lori Lee Kittle: GAA 9, 10, ll, 12, Volleyball 9, 10, ll, 12,
Media Masters 12, Softball 9, 10, ll.
David Koenig: Cross Country 9, 10, Cafeteria Worker 9.
Ronnita D. Kreiling: Senior Honor Student 12, NHS ll, 12,
Sports Stats 9, 10, ll, 12, FHA 10, Yearbook 10, ll, 12, Media
Masters 9, 10, Play Crew 9, Mixed Ensemble 10, French Club 9,
OEA ll, 12.
Tammy Lynn Krichbaum: GAA 10, French Club 9, 10.
Rhonda Lee Kyser: StudentCouncil 12, NHS ll, 12, FHA 9, 10,
ll, 12, Yearbook 12, Usherettes 12, Play Crew 9, 12.
Daniel Joseph Lavender: Scholarship Team 9, ll, NHS 12, Foot-
ball 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, French Club 9, 10,
Homecoming King 12.
Jami Beth LeMaster: Track 10, Usherettes 1 1, 12, Thespians 1 1,
12, Play Crew ll, 12, Cheerleader 9, 10, 1 1, 12, Latin Club 9, 10.
Leslie Ann Lloyd: NHS 10, l 1, GAA 10, Sports Stats 12, Usher-
ettes ll, Play Crew 10, Girls Ensemble ll, 12, Mixed Ensemble
ll, 12, Pep Band 12.
Matthew Frederick Luikart: Cross Country 9, Basketball 9, 10,
ll, 12, Baseball 9, 10, ll, 12, Media Master 12, Play Cast 12.
Dawn Marie Main: Scholarship Team 9, 1 1, NHS 12, Track 10,
Thespians 10, ll, 12, Play Cast 9, 10, 12, Play Crew 9, 10, ll, 12,
Latin Club 9, 10, Flag Corps ll, 12.
Bryan Scott Martin: Football 10, FFA 9, 10,
Dale C. McClure Uakejz Wrestling 9, 10, FFA 9, 10.
Lowell Andrew McClure Ill tSkipJ: Football 9, 10, 12, Basket-
ball 9, 10, ll, 12, Track ll, 12.
Nicholas Robert McGovern: Student Council ll, Scholarship
Team ll, Cross Country 10, ll, 12, Citizenship 10, Track 9, 10,
12, Play Cast 9, 10, ll, 12, Thespians 9, 10, ll, 12, Latin Club 9,
10, Band Announcer ll, 12.
David Bryan McQuillen: Basketball Mgr, 9, Media Master 12.
Katherine Ann Miller: Girls Ensemble ll, 12, Mixed Ensemble
9, 10, ll, 12, Pep Band 10, Cheerleader 9, ll, 12, Jazz Band 9,
12, Honors Band 12, Latin Club 9, 10, Senior Honor Student 12,
Scholarship Team 10, ll, 12, NHS 10, ll, 12, Volleyball 9, 10,
ll, 12, Yearbook 12, Usherettes 10, l l, 12, Thespians 10, ll, 12.
Richard Eugene Mosher: Student Council ll, Football 9, 10,
Basketball 9, FHA 10, FFA 9, 10, ll, 12.
Jill Lynn Mumaw: GAA 10, Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, Track 9,
FHA 9, Play Cast 12, Play Crew 12, Pep Band 9, 10, ll, 12,
Stage Band 9, 12, Wind Ensemble ll, 12.
Nancy .lo O'Dell: FFA 9, VICA ll, DECA 12.
York Lee Oswalt: VICA ll.
Vaughn Pennington: Class Officer 9, ll, NHS ll, 12, Buckeye
Boys State ll, Sports Stats ll, 12, Yearbook ll, 12, Media
Master 12, Thespians ll, 12, Play Cast 12, Latin Club 9, 10.
Michele Christine Pletcher: FFA 9, 10, ll, 12
David Edward Richilano: Class Officer 9, 12, Scholarship Team
9, 1 1, Buckeye Boys State 1 1, Football 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 9,
10, ll, 12, Track 9, 10, 11, 12, French Club 9, 10.
Bernard Joe Rieser: Latin Club 9, 10, Ski Club 9, Scholarship
Team 9, 10, ll, NHS ll, 12, Yearbook ll, 12, Play Crew 12.
Paul Jason Rogers: Not Available
Darcy Rae Russell: Scholarship Team 10, GAA 9, 10, ll, Home-
coming Attendant 9, FHA l0, ll, FFA Attendant 12, Pep Band
9, 10, ll, Cheerleader 9, 12, French Club 9, 10, Jazz Band 9, 10.
Dennis Lee Scheibe: Sports Stats 9, 10, ll, 12, Baseball Mgr. 9,
10, ll, Yearbook 12, Pep Band 9, 10, ll, 12, Stage Band 9, 10,
Office Aide 12, Wind Ensemble 12.
Brenda Lee Schonauer: Scholarship Team 10, GAA 9, 10, Sports
Stats 10, Basketball ll, Track Il, FHA 12, Play Cast 12, Soft-
Laurie Ann Schultz: Grade 10 from Port Clinton. Citizenship 9,
NHS 12, GAA 10, Volleyball 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 9, 10,
FHA 9, 10, ll, 12, Usherettes 12, Pep Band 9, 10, ll, 12, Sports
Diane Carol Schwiger: GAA 9, Track 9, FHA 9, 10, ll, 12,
Usherettes 1 1, 12, Play 9, 10, 1 1, 12, Pep Band 12, Wind Ensem-
ble ll, Play Cast 12.
Monti Dean Shambaugh: Football 9, 10, ll, 12, Wrestling 10,
Track 9, 10, ll, Boys Ensemble 9, I0, ll, Mixed Ensemble 9, 10,
ll, DECA 12.
Kenneth John Slavkovsky: Scholarship Team ll, 12, NHS 10,
ll, 12, Football 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 9, 10, ll, Baseball 9, 10,
11, 12, French Club 9, 10.
Mary Katherine Smith: Senior Honor Student 12, NHS 10, 11,
12, GAA 9, 10, Volleyball 9, Track 10, ll, 12, Thespians 11, 12,
Play Crew 10, ll, 12, Cheerleader 9, 10, ll, 12, Softball 9, 10,
Latin Club 9, 10.
Jennifer Lee Sparr: GAA 9, 10, Basketball 9, 10, FHA 9, 10, 1 1,
Frank Wade Telakowicz: Grades 9, 10, from Mapleton. Class
Officer 9, 10, Scholarship Team 9, 10, 12, Academic Challenge
Team 9, 10, Citizenship 10, Latin Club 9, 10, Football 9, 10, 12,
Newspaper 9, 10, Play Crew 12, NHS 12.
Greg B. Trayter: Football 9, 12, Wrestling 9, 10, ll, 12, FFA 9,
10, ll, 12.
James W. Trine, Jr.: Grade 9 from Mansfield Senior Hi. Grade
10 Millersburg Military. Football 9, 10, Wrestling 9, Track 10,
Newspaper 10, Flag Corps 10, Pep Band 9, 10, Cheerleader 10.
Steven Earl VanGilder: Class Officer 10, ll, Football 9, 10, ll,
12, Track 9, ll, 12, Boys Ensemble 10, 12, Mixed Ensemble 12.
Tonja Lynn Walburn: GAA 9, 10, Sports Stats 10, 11, Basketball
10, 11, FHA 9, Yearbook 12, Media Master 12, Play Cast 10.
Robyn Whitesel: Not Available
Stanton Warren Winbigler: Student Council 12, Basketball 9,
10, l 1,Yearbook 12, Media Master 10, 1 1, 12, Play Cast 12, Play
Crew 9, Prom Steering 11.
Barry Allan Yeater: Senior Honor Student 12, Scholarship Team
9, 10, Citizenship 12, NHS 10, ll, 12, Cross Country 9, 10, ll,
12, Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, Track 9, 10, ll, 12, Yearbook 9, 10,
1 1, 12, T-G Page 9, 10, Media Master 9, 12, Thespians 9, 10, ll,
12, Play Cast 9, 10, ll, 12, Play Crew ll, 12.
John Yeater: DECA 12, VICA ll.
Debra Alene Zonker: NHS 12, Sports Stats 9, 10, ll, 12, FFA
Attendant ll, Media Master 10, ll, Usherettes ll, DECA ll,
THE GREATE T OF THESE
The Nineteenth Annual Hillsdale High
School Graduation was held Sunday, May 29,
1983, at 3:00 p.m. in the Hillsdale High
Ninety Hillsdale seniors marched in and
ninety Hillsdale alumni marched out to the
music provided by the Hillsdale Band under
the direction of Mr. Steve Taylor.
Quintin McNabb gave the invocation.
Kathy Miller and Barry Yeater presented the
graduate orations. Rev. R.H. Hall delivered
the class message based on the biblical pas-
sage, Wfhe Greatest ofThese ls Love." Special
awards were presented by superintendent
Ralph Roshong and diplomas were presented
by board president Donald Stauffer. Rev.
Melvin Browning declared the benediction.
l. Kathy Miller delivers her class oration. 2. Vaughn
Pennington receives the l Dare You Award. 3.
Debbie Zonker receives the Danforth "I Dare You
Award" 4, The Class of '83 switches their tassels. 5.
.left Draper receives the Weikle Agricultural
Scholarship. 6. Becky Hoover plays with the band for
the final time. 7, Barry Yeater discusses "The
Special Personal Computer". 8, Trish Ebert leads the
class in the Alma Mater. 9. Pastor Hall discusses
"The Greatest .........,. " l0. Scott Martin receives his
SENHHRP RE T
Jim and Darlene Anderson
daughter Lisa Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Bachmann
daughter Michelle Lynn Bachmann
Gerald and Joyce Baldner
son Kevin Baldner
Ralph and Bonnie Baldner
son James A, Baldner
Jim and Nancy Ebert
daughter Trish Ebert
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Geib
daughter Linda Sue Geib
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibbs
daughter Sandy Gibbs
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glauner
son Michael Glauner
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hofer
daughter Pam Hofer
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoverstock
daughter Kim Hoverstock
Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Jones
daughter Ellen L. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufman
daughter Janice Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Koenig
son David T. Koenig
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kreiling
daughter Ronnita Kreiling
F. Dean Kyser
daughter Rhonda Kyser
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis
daughter Christine Pletcher
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Luikart
son Matthew F. Luikart
Mrs. Clair McClure
son Dale Uakej McClure
Gary and Carol Miller
daughter Kathy Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Scheibe
son Dennis Scheibe
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Yeater
son Barry Yeater
HO ECOMIN G
The 1982 Homecoming was filled with excitement.
Thursday night the annual Homecoming Bonfire was
held with the King and his court being selected. These
included: Scott Long - Freshman, Tom Strine -
Sophomore, Keith Hobby - Junior, Dave Richilano
and Steve VanGilder - Seniors, and Dan Lavender -
King. On Friday, the pre-game ceremonies began and
the beautiful Homecoming Court was chauffered
around the track and introduced to the crowd by Stu-
dent Council President Gwen Killey. Freshman Atten-
dent was Lynn Echelberger, while the Sophomores
were represented by Kim Overholt and the Juniors
were represented by Cheri Helbert. The three Senior
queen candidates were Michelle Bachman, Darla Jar-
vis, and Trish Ebert. Margi Stake, last year's queen,
gave a short speech and then crowned the new Home-
coming Queen, Darla Jarvis. Saturday night was the
dance with the first dance belonging to the Queen and
King and their courts. The Student Council provided
decorations and refreshments while the music was
played by WWST D.J. Music Unlimited. It was a
weekend filled with memories for all.
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l. TOP: Cheri Helbert, Kim Overholt, Lynn Echelberger. MIDDLE: Trish Ebert,
Darla Jarvis, Margi Stake, Michelle Bachman. BOTTOM: Hope Gardner, David
Echelberger. 2. Homecoming royalty enjoy a dance together. 3. Bill Scarberry is
totally into this one. 4. Unable to find partners , . . 5. Kim Hoverstock, the life of the
party, 6. A group of girls find safety in numbers.
Hillsdale High School Thespians presented
uMeet Me In St. Louis', a three act comedy center-
ing around the zany antics of the Smith family as the
Just as the Smith family gets into the excitement
of the upcoming World's Fair of 1904, Mr. Smith
announces they are moving to New York. The chil-
dren are horrified at the thought ofleaving -just as
everyone else is coming to St. Louis. So they set
about trying to sabotage their father's plans. Things
get out of hand as trolley cars get derailed, relation-
ships break up and Mr. Smith even loses his job.
With a little ingenuity on the part of the Smith's
three girls everything gets back to normal and the
Smithes stay in their beloved St. Louis.
The seventeen member cast including Nick Mc-
Govern, Janice Kaufman, Becky Hoover, Wendi
Weikel, Julie McGinnis and Jennifer Gossett as the
Smith family was led by Judith Ream and student
director Brian Weaver.
Performances were given on November 19th and
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McGovern, Janice Kaufman, Becky Hoover, Shellie Drake, Denise Conrad. STANDING: Ron Lindner, Ken Anderson, Brant
Enderle, Brian Weaver, Brett Strine, Tom Hawks, David Russell.
i 1. The girls make fun of an angry Mrs. Waughop. 2.
st i 5 The family hears from Mr. Smith's boss. 3. A box of
candy brings excitement to the Smith girls. 4. Mrs.
Most everyone had been active in DECA,
FFA FHA OEA or VICA Some of the stu-
dents participated in contest against other
schools and had the honor to go to State Contest
to compete with other students around the state.
We are very proud of everyone who took interest
and participated in this event Another highlight
of the JVS was the Student of the Month Award.
The recipients of this award were Rick Austen,
Ronnita Kreiling and Debbie Zonker. Ronnita
and Debbie were also chosen Student of the Year
The awards assembly that was held on May
19th for the seniors brought many shining faces
because they were glad they were finally out of
school or proud of the awards given to them. A
few of the outstanding awards given were: Dan-
forth Scholarship Award Ronnita Kreilingg
Perfect Attendance Mark Browning, Ronnita
Kreilmg and Debbie Zonker Mark was also
awarded for having perfect attendance for the
past seven years Congratulations to alll
This was a successful year for everyone at-
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6. Doesn't Bryan make a lovely girl. 7. Good costumes! 8. Mr.
and Mrs. Gumby. 9. War and Peace.
Several teachers also received awards,
A ARD ASSEMBLY
Every year a day is set aside to recognize
those students who have put forth extra effort
during the year in academic and extracurricu-
lar areas. This year's awards day was held on
May 20th. Over l00 awards were presented.
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them." 3. Greg Hawks, Mindy Beck, Dennis Clem, Brian Cline, and Tim Cline line up for Typing l
awards. 4. Student Council members Michele Jones, Tami Lambert, Rhonda Kyser, Pam Hofer and Jack
Falter. 5. Dawn Main, Kim Kaeser, Kim Overholt, Connie McKinley and Michele Jones look at their Flag
NNIE GET YOUR GU
This year's spring play was Annie Get Your Gun a
three-act comedy adapted from the original Broadway
musical version. Jennifer Gossett starred as Annie
Oakley, a young country girl whose skill as a sharp-
shooter got her a place in the famous Buffalo Billis
Wild West Show.
Annie falls in love with the show's dashing star
Frank Butler QBarry Yeaterl but Frank's resentment at
being beaten by a girl in a shooting match, keeps the
two from getting together. When Frank leaves Buffalo
Bill's Show and joins a rival troupe, Annie and Frank
are miserable apart. Members of the opposite troupes
try to get the two together and merge the two shows for
financial reasons. However the old argument of "Who
is the better shot?', comes up and the plans fall apart.
Finally Annie realizes that you can't get a man with a
gun and the show ends on a happy note.
Other members of the cast included: David Russell,
Kate Bartter, Dawn Main, Tom Hawks, Darrin Hoo-
ver, Vaughn Pennington, Keith Hobby and Doug Sel-
vage. Annie Get Your Gun was performed on March
25 and 26 under the direction of Judith Ream and
student director Dee Austin.
SEATED: Kate Bartter, Stanton Winbigler, Dee Austin, John Mark, Susie Dipzinski, Larry Titus. Julie McGinnis, Brant
Enderle, Wendi Weikel, Jill Mumaw, MIDDLE SECTION: Vaughn Pennington, Doug Selvage. Diane Schwiger. Brenda
Schonauer, Ellen Jones, Michelle Bachmann, Ken Anderson, Darla Jarvis, David Russell, Trish Ebert, Chris King, Dawn
Main, Pam Hofer, Denise Conrad, Jennifer Gossett, Tom Hawks, Angie Slavkovsky, Shawn Steere. Shellie Drake, Matt
Luikart, Brigid McGovern, Becky Hoover, Jim Miller, Jayne Charman, Marc Turenne. STANDING: Darrin Hoover, Keith
Hobby, Nick McGovern, Brit Basinger, Barry Yeater, Brad Browne, Kevin Kahl, Jim Denny, Jim Baldner.
l. Chief Sitting Bull smokem peace pipe. 2. Annie and Frank look longingly into each others eyes. 3.
Dolly disapproves of Tommy, her daughter Winnie's husband.
W YORK, W YORK,
THE BIG APPLE
New York, New York, the Big Apple was the setting
which materialized in the Hillsdale Gym to provide the
atmosphere for the 1983 Junior-Senior Prom.
What a success. Who would have thought that they
could have seen Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge
right in their own backyard.
Music was provided by 4'Broke,' and those in atten-
dance enjoyed dancing to their tunes until time to move on
to the Post Prom.
The Post Prom was again held at Park Lanes in Mans-
field with the traditional breakfast being held back at the
high school around 3 a.m.
Everyone will remember New York, New York for a
long time in the years to come.
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The 1982-1983 wrestlers had a good year with
a 6-3 record. The season ended on a strong point
as the team placed third at the Sectional Meet
and qualified nine wrestlers for district, these in-
clude John Teeple, Dan Baker, Jeff Young, Greg
Trayter, Eric Bee, Roger Briggs, Lee Erhardt,
Clinton French, Brian Weirick. With a lot of
freshmen and sophomores wrestling well at the
end of the year, Coach Edwards is looking for-
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TEEPLE 4th AT STATE
In 1983 the Falcon Wrestlers were
proud to send two of the outstanding
members of the team to the state finals.
Senior, Dan Baker, was the sectional
champ and took second place in the
NEO District, thus qualifying for the
State Meet. He put on a good show
there, however did not place. Junior,
John Teeple, took second place in the
NEO District in his weight class and
went on to give a fine performance and
placed fourth in the State.
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After a win at the sectional volleyball tourna-
ment the Lady Falcons travelled to Newbury for
the District Competition. The varsity team con-
sisting of eight seniors, had high hopes, but had
their dreams turned away as they saw defeat in
their first match.
FI I H2ndI
The 1982 volleyball team with eight senior
members had a fine 12-7 season bringing home
the sectional championship and second place in
the Wayne County League. Wendy Russell, Lau-
rie Schultz, and Gwen Killey were named to the
Honorable Mention WCL Team while Kathy
Miller was named to the lst TEAM WCL. The
1983 season will be a rebuilding season with the
graduation of our eight seniors.
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Echelberger. MIDDLE: Susie Gibbs, Michelle Jones, Tobi Franks, Angie Strine,
Becky Denning, Kim Overholt, Jackie Schwiger. TOP: Amy Dennis, Tonya Stock-
dale, Bambi Geren, Susie Chapman, Amy Jones, Theresa Rush, Barb Hendrix,
2. Gwen bumps the ball over the net. 4. Margee saves the shot. 5. Trish takes the
shot as Laurie backs her up.
The 1982 football team had a tough time ofit this
year. They began the season with a tie against
Lucas but couldn't pull a win out this yearg there
were some very close ones though. Steve Van-
Gilder, Brad Browne, and Dan Lavender were
named to the WCL Honorable Mention Team,
while those three plus Jack Falter were named to
the Honorable Mention Team in Ashland Coun-
ty. We congratulate these Seniors.
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BOTTOM: Greg Trayter, Dave Richilano, Jack Falter, Skip McClure, Dan Lavender, Monti Shambaugh, Steve VanGilder, Dan
Baker, Ken Slavkovsky, Frank Telakowicz, MIDDLE: Steve Clayton, Mark Franklin. John Teeple, Keith Hobby, Rusty Kibler,
Doug Selvage, Bill Scarberry, Robert Holderbaum, Steve Hawley, Kevin Tucky. TOP: Tom Strine, Mike McCoy, Joe Sparr, Brad
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for a halfback pass. 4, The Falcon defense readies itself for the snap.
GLAUNER RLA S T STATE
With the help of senior leaders Mike Glauner,
Nick McGovern, and Barry Yeater, 1982 may have
been the turnaround for cross country at Hillsdale.
The Falcons came on strong at the end of the year
and placed second at the sectional cross country
meet and qualified for districts. At the district meet
the team placed fifth in a very strong field while
Mike Glauner qualified for the State Finals. Mike
made a fine showing there and set a new school
record, covering the 3.1 mile course in 17 min. l7
sec. With 10 sophomores and 6 freshmen on the
team this year the 1983 season looks very promising.
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The hard-hitting Falcon freshmen had an excel-
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ball seasons. With the help of Gary Pringle, Coach
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losing only to Northwestern and Rittman.
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Ashland, Ohio 44805
Phone C4195 289-8629
Mon.-Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SITTING: Mark Rook, Randy Chapman, Mike Trine, Eric Bee, Craig Conrad, Tim Young, Roger Briggs, Jamie Ebert, Dave Radabaugh, Manager
Rhonda Gray, KNEELING: Mike West, Drew Austin, Bobby Denning, John Cutlip, Mike Meyer, Jeff Paullin, Travis Clyburn, Adam Eick, Allen
Easterday, John Chronister, Damon Meyer, LuAnn Motter. STANDING: Coach Burns, Perry Tanner, Ryan Roshong, Tony I-Ieiffner, Tyrone
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3. Scott Long hands off to Jeff Crossen for a big gainer.
The cheerleaders this year were a very busy group.
In July the 10 girls on the Varsity and J.V. basket-
ball squads attended camp and were awarded the
Spirit Key. Two girls were given Cheerleader Of
The Day Awards, Kim Hoverstock and Kathy Mill-
er. Later in the season both the J.V. and Varsity
squads received 2nd place in an Ashland College
Competition. All year long the cheerleaders, under
the guidance of Fran Lavender, were busy making
signs, planning pep rallies and supporting their
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KNEELING: Kathy Smith. MIDDLE: Kathy Miller,
Kim Hoverstock, Carla Lance. TOP: Jami LeMaster.
BOTTOM: Tisha Wood. MIDDLE: Tracy Meng, Jen-
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GIRLS J. . B'B LL
The J.V. girls basketball team finished this
year with a 2-13 record. Under the direction of
Coach Bauer the girls worked hard and have
hopes for improving their record next year. The
many freshman on the team matured a lot
throughout the season and have high expecta-
tions for the years to come.
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The 1982-83 girls basketball team finished
their season with a 4-16 record, losing in section-
als to Our Lady of the Elms. However, the Lady
Falcs look forward to a promising season next
year as they lose only one senior to graduation.
Kim McQuillen, junior guard for the team, was
named to the Wayne County League lst team
and was the area's leading scorer.
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Coach Nelson, Traci Nebergall, Shawn Steere, Angie Slavkovsky, Barb Hendrix, Julie Hines, Kim
Kaeser, Kim McQuillen, Angie Strine, Cheri Helbert.
l. Angie Strine sets up the offense. 2. Kim
Kaeser fights for the rebound. 3. Guard Kim
McQuillen, looks for an opening in the
.V. AND FRESH B'B LL
The 1982-83 J.V. Boys Basketball team saw
itself faced with a 2-7 record mid-way through
the season. However Coach Bargar turned that
around. Despite many players splitting their time
between Varsity and J.V. the last ten games of
the year proved to be the best. The .I.V.'s won six
of these last ten games, upping their record to 8-
1 l for the season. The freshman basketball team
also had a very good year losing only four games
in regular season play. In the Wayne County
League Freshman Tournament the Falcon
Freshmen placed 3rd, We look forward to having
these talented freshmen and sophomores on the
J.V. and Varsity teams next year.
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STANDING: Coach Burgar, Jim Sparr, Ken Morgan, Tom Lewis, Keith Hobby. Darrin Hoover, ,,,,
Chris Shcnbcrger, Joe Sparr.
1. Keith Hobby lays it up for two. 2,
Sophomore guard, Tom Strinc, sails by the
FALCONS IMPROVE RECORD
The 1982-83 Varsity Basketball team ended
the season with a 5-15 season. The record does
not show the work and effort put forward by our
team. This effort payed off for three of our senior
players. Brad Browne, Danny Lavender, and
Barry Yeater were chosen to play in the Wilbur-
Berkey Classic. Brad and Danny were also cho-
sen tothe Honorable Mention Team in the WCL.
Barry Yeater was chosen to the lst Team in the
WCL and was also picked Honorable Mention
All-Area in Wayne County. In addition Barry
and Danny were chosen to the Times-Gazette
All-Area Teams, Danny on the Honorable Men-
tion list and Barry on the lst Team. The Falcons
were cheered on by Falcon Mascot, Jack Falter.
The 1982-83 Falcons were coached by John Bos-
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KN EELING: Matt Luikart, Bill Scarbcrry, Jim Baldner, Kevin Tucky, Barry Yeater. STANDING:
Doug Dague, Lavender, Brad Browne, Skip McClure, Kcvin Knight, Dave Richilano, Brian Weaver.
Kevin fights forthe rebound.
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SCHED LE SHORT
Spring showers cut the scheduled 24-game
softball season in half. The team ended the regu-
lar season with an 8-4 record and came up with a
l-l record in sectional play.
The team was coached by Pat Edwards who
was assisted by Cathy Applegate. The team lost
only one player, Dee Austin, to graduation so
they look to a good season next year with many
letterman returning providing Mother Nature
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Rhonda Howman, Angie Strine. Traci Nebergall, Dee Austin, Kim lVlcQuillen, Jenny Garber. Row 3: Coach Edwards. Manager Janette Prince,
Robin Hawks, Tonya Stockdale, Julie Hines, Cindy Patzniek, Bambi Geren, Wendy Russell, Cathy Applegate. 4. Tami Lambert throws the ball
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J.V. BA EBALL
The J.V. baseball team finished its fourth win-
ning season in a row with a 10-7 record.
Coached by Mr. Blake Bach, the team lost four
of its scheduled games by 2 points or less. With
many players gaining experience the varsity will
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Row I: Mike Shie, Perry Tanner, Kevin Browne, Jamie Ebert, John Carpenter, Adam Rick, Porter
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This year's varsity squad was a young one with
six sophomore members. The highlight of the sea-
son was the sectional championship, where the
young Falcons put it all together and slipped by
East Canton 6-5.
The overall varsity record was 5-I4-l. Individ-
ual honors forthe year went to Darrin Hoover for
the highest batting average .436 and Honorable
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Seated: Matt Luikart, Brad Browne. Kneeling: Steve Clayton, Ken Slavkovsky, Robbie Smith,
Ed MacAbee, Coach Meyers. Standing: Tim Cline, Kevin Tucky, Darrin Hoover, Chris '-'-
Shenberger, Brian Cline.
Rob Smith slides safely into second base. 2. Darrin Hoover hangs onto second base, but why? 3. Kevin Tucky gets ready to go.
GIRLS TR CK
The Hillsdale girls track team finished up their
season with 4 wins and 5 losses. At the Wayne
County meet they finished 6th. Breaking school
records this year were Gwen Killey in the long
jump, Angie Slavkovsky in the discus, and the 2
mile relay team consisting of Angie Slavkovsky,
Toby Franks, Jamie Sheriff, and Shawn Steere.
As the sectional meet ended two girls advanced to
Regionals, Gwen Killey in the hurdles and Shawn
Steere in the 880.
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First row: Susie Wells, Jamie Sheriff, Natalie Patterson. Jackie Schwiger, Tisha Wood
Third row: Tresea Andrews. Kim Kaescr, Jenny Smith. Toby Franks.
l, Natalie Patterson runs her leg of a relay race 2
Jenny Smith finishes the 100-meter 3 Tisha Wood
explodes out of the blocks.
TRACK FI I HES 6-3
The 1983 track team continued its winning
tradition by finishing the year with a 6-3 record.
Coached by Mr. Robert Valentine and Mr. Steve
Burns the team was provided with leadership by
seven seniors. The team once again finished 2nd
in the Southern Division and finished 5th in the
Wayne County League overall.
The Falcons put together many good efforts
this year winning by scores of 104-28, 91-31, and
102-30. With many underclassmen returning the
Falcons should be strong again next year.
First row: Bryan Weirick, Bernie Riescr, Damon Hitchcock, Marc Turene, John Reed. Second row: Brit
Basinger, Dave Richilano, Steve VanGilder, Mike West, Mike Trine. Third row: Ryan Roshong, Tom
Strine, Drew Austin, Mike Glauner, Skip McClure, LeRoy Motter, Don Hindenlang, Kevin Knight,
Fourth row: Richard Horn, David Carpenter, Ashley Menges, Robert Holderbaum, Dan Long, Barry
Yeater, Nick McGovern, Bobby Denning,
,ll Kidron Central Cath. 104 28
Crestview 62 70
Northwestern 91 31
Waynedale , 67 65
Smithville 38 92
Mansfield Christian 102 30
Norwaync 50 72
Mapleton 88 34
Black River 84 48
Crestview Indoor relays 5th place 54 pts.
Fredericktown 7th place 38 pts,
Ashland Hillsdale 5th place 62 pts.
Wayne County League
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1. Steve VanGilder puts all he has into the finish. 2. Dave
Richilano hits the back stretch in 174 mile run, 3. Mike
Glauner sets his pace for his two-mile run. 4, Skip McClure
long jumps at the sectional meet.
RICHIE TAKES 5th
Dave Richilano worked his way along the tour-
nament trail until he reached his goal to run in
the State Track Meet. In the Sectional-District
Meet Dave placed first in both the 100 meter and
200 meter dashes, earning him a trip to Mans-
field for the Regionals. Also qualifying for the
Regionals were Gwen Killey in the hurdles and
Shawn Steere in the 800 meter run along with the
400 meter relay team composed of Drew Austin,
Steve VanGilder, Skip McClure and Tom Strine.
Although they all made a fine showing in the
Regionals Dave was the only one to pick up a
ticket to the State Meet, qualifying for both the
100 meter and 200 meter dashes and breaking
two school records which had stood for well over
10 years in doing so.
At the State Meet Dave qualified for the 200
meter finals and overcame the eighth lane posi-
tion to place fifth. Good job Dave.
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The first two years of the English department pro-
vides the foundation for the high school English cur-
riculum. They involve the practice and refinement
of skills in reading, literature, grammar, composi-
tion, and speech. The sophomore year also involves
the background for the study of world literature that
will be further developed in the remaining two years.
The junior year is a survey of American literature,
and the senior year is a study of English literature,
an academic English program is also provided for
qualified sophomores, juniors, and seniors to pre-
pare them for college work. A speech course is also
given to provide the fundamentals necessary for be-
ing a good speaker.
l. Dave Russell tries his hand at writing. 2. Kim Overholt takes
time out to make a joke. 3. Freshmen English students listen to
one of Mr. Kauffman's lectures.
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The high school's mathematics department is composed of
courses designed for each student. For the student who does
not plan to further his education beyond high school andjust
wants to learn the fundamentals of arithmatic, there is Gen-
eral Mathematics and Pre-Algebra. For the student who
plans to go on to college, there are four courses to be taken:
Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and Advanced Math. There
is also Review Mathematics limited to seniors. This course
covers the mathematics that one encounters in daily living.
Mr. Nelson, who is chairman of the mathematics depart-
ment, also provides an introduction to computer science as
part of his Advanced Math curriculum.
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Ashland, Ohio 44805
Vincent J. Richilano, Pres.
The Science department is designed to give stu-
dents an overall view of the different areas of sci-
ence. The first-year science student may elect to
take General Science or Biology. The second year
science student may choose to take Chemistry if he
desires. The third or fourth year science student may
choose to take Advanced Biology or Physics. All the
science courses are designed to give the students
hands-on experience which varies from dissection to
experimentation. Mr. Jesse l-Iamman is the chair-
man ofthe science department and coordinates the
curriculum, he also teaches Biology and Advanced
Biology. Other science teachers include Mr. Dennis
Edwards, teacher of General Science, and Mr. Rob-
ert Burns, teacher of Chemistry, Physics, and Gen-
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War" both television primetime specials along
with other video tapes were used to supplement
the social studies curriculum this year.
The Social studies department has three major
divisions: world history, United States history
and senior social studies.
The World history is taught by Mr. James Bar-
gar and is offered to grades 9, 10, l 1, and l2. It is
a survey course which acquaints the students
with man and his environment both past and
present and provides incite for the future.
United States History is a comprehensive
study of the history of the United States and is
taught by Mr. Robert Valentine.
Senior Social Studies which is also a gradu-
ation requirement, focuses on social relation-
ships, political life and economic problems. Mr.
Ellsworth Cox and Mr. Robert Valentine teach
All three courses are supplemented with re-
search projects and audio visual materials includ-
ing video tapes.
This year the 6'Blue and Gray" added new in-
cite into the far reaching effects of the Civil War.
Segments of the "Winds of War" were used to
illustrate the many conflicts involved in World
War II other than the battles themselves.
l. Doug Schonauer cons Mr. Valentine into giving him the
higher grade. 2. Sr. Social Studies students copy notes from
the board. 3. Busily at work is the Sr. Social Studies class. 4.
and 5. Sophomore World History classes discuss upcoming
HEF F ELF INGER
Auto, Farm, Life, Home
Not just a language but a culture, a way of life
different than we Americans live. That is really
what French is all about.
Although the classroom routines constantly in-
volve listening, speaking, writing and reading, the
study of French gives the student the opportunity
to learn not only the language, but also about the
land and people.
Students become acquainted with how the peo-
ple live and their customs. They learn about their
art, music, cuisine, and literature of the country.
Mrs. Loretta Snyder encourages her students
to participate in plays, skits, recitations, and oth-
er activities where they can practice what they
l. Anita Harned keeps French ll alive with her mouth. 2. This
French I class is obviously thrilled with today's work. 3.
French l provides a rest period for these Freshmen. 4.
French I listens attentively as today's lesson is presented.
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Ashland, Ohio 44805
Vocational Home Economics I, II, III and IV
are under the direction of Mr. Shirley McGinnis
and Mrs. Sharon Obrecht.
All four courses involve both class work and lab
practice. Home Ec I which is open to all ninth
grade students placed emphasis on social and per-
sonal development and the practice of basic home
Home Economics II is open to all tenth grade
students and places emphasis on every day home-
Home Economics III places emphasis on im-
proving one's skills as a homemaker and Home
Economics IV emphasizes preparing the student
for their future role as a wage earner and home-
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Ashland, Ohio 44805
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Class 2 The mock wedding of Darcy Russell and
Davld McQu1llen 3 .lim Trine helps set up the
weddlng cake 4 Lori Mast and Rhonda Howman
relax ln the Home EC lounge.
The Industrial Arts Program at Hillsdale pro-
vides a wide range of basic industrial experience
in the freshman, sophomore and junior years.
This program is then followed by an opportunity
for the student to pursue his interest and aptitude
during the senior year in depth, to develop some
degree of skill.
Some of the areas that the Industrial Arts De-
partment offers are welding, metal work, wood
working, appliance repair, and house building.
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l. Industrial Arts students work on an internal
combustion engine. 2. Bill Scarbcrry works on his
cradle. 3. Darrin Hoover and David Richilano
perfect their drawings for Drafting ll, 4. Bill
Patznik Dan Sumler, Ken Stoner, and Dale
Scheibe study for an upcoming test. 5. Mike West
and Todd Tucky pick out wood for their projects.
The Art Department offers four years of elec-
tive work for those who are interested.
Art I includes fundamentals ofdrawing, paint-
ing with water base paints and examining color
Art II reviews fundamentals of drawing and
advances to use of oils, plaster sculpture and ce-
Art III emphasizes the elements and principals
of design, includes figure drawing and extends
sculpture work to include both ceramic and wire.
Art IV review all of Art I, II and III, and goes
on to advanced graphic processes. The use and
operations of the Potter's wheel is included in Art
IV. Individual project and techniques are also
All four courses offer some degree of Art ap-
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Typing is for everyone and is
one of the most useful skills a
student can acquire.
Hillsdale offers three courses
in typing: personal typing, typ-
ing I, and typing Il.
Personal typing, which is of-
fered during the summer, in-
cludes learning how to type let-
ters, manuscripts and simple
Typing I is an introduction to
the touch system of typing and
Typing II goes on to improve
secretarial and typing skill.
l. Mike Linder repairs part of his plaster project as Barb Hendrix works in Art. 2. Dave Russell shows us his clay model of Yoda before he put on
the ears. 3. Typing is a wild and crazy class! 4, This typist nods off in the middle of an assignment. 5, Tim Cline finishes his work as Dennis Clem
takes a break.
Business subjects at Hillsdale range from ac-
counting which gives students hands on exper-
ience at keeping books to personal typing, a sum-
mer program which helps students gain typing
skills for their own personal use.
Mr. Blake Bach is the chairman of the business
department and teaches this wide range of topics.
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listen attentively'? 4. Students try to concentrate in first period accounting class. 5. Angie Strine has better things
to think about.
PHYS . ED
The Physical Education department offers a
variety of individual and group activities which
promote physical fitness.
For thejuniors the programs range from aero-
bics to field hockey for the girls while the boys try
their hand at golf and wrestling along with gym-
6 A.M. - 9 P.M.
7 AM - 9PM
l. Bryan Weirick learns one of
the finer sports. 2. Janice
Collins connects in gym class
kickball game. 3. Drew Austin
participates in a kickball game.
4. Lynn Echelberger does one-
armed pushups and rewrites
her term paper at the same
time. 5. Freshman join in an
early morning softball game.
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THE MUFFLER HOUSE
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2. William Nelson and
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French I, French II and Sophomore
English. and Judith Ream, teacher
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l. Shirley McGinnis and Sharon Obrecht ofthe Home
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Education teachers Dennis Edwards and Ron Lyme. 3. Judith
Kestner, District Media Coordinator, Steven Taylor, District
Band Director, and Tonya Kunze. 4. Moreland House, choir
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l. The cooks, Hilda Young, Thelma Stimmel, und Sheryl
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Sharon Blough, Phyllis Hendrix, Connie Gz1rn,und Colleen
Jackson. 4. Lowell Heldenbrund, EMR te11cher,und Blake
Bach, business education. 5. Bernard Casper. district art
l. Frances Howman, High school custodian. 2. District bus
drivers: Cynthia Rohrbaugh, Wilma Baker, Dorothy Miller,
Francis Helbert, Miriam Smith, Keith Kaufman, Hattie Jus-
tin, Victor Kahl, Annie Strine, Doris Glass, Knot pictured:
Barbara Applegate, John Cook, Sharlene Hiller, and Ursula
Mitchellj. 3. Louise Smith, part-time custodian, and Jim
Smith, Maintenance Supervisor,
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together for one last time. The majority of the class
went to Charles Mill Lake with their choosing to do
individual activities. Skip day was full of fun and
enjoyment as well as remembrances. The day ended
with a party at the home of Chris King.
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l. Vaughn Pennington messing up his hair? 2,
The Seniors felt it was about time that Kate
Bartter took a bath. 3. The Seniors displayed
great maturity at the cnd of the year. 4. Chef
Tell. alias Steve Van Gilder. cooks hamburgers
and hot dogs. 5. The Seniors cat and eat and eat
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1. Girls State delegates Shawn Steere and Tami
Lambert pose with alternates Jenny Gossett,
Denise Conrad, and Kim Kaesar. 2. Boys State
delegates Doug Schonauer and Doug Selvage stand
with alternates Larry Hershey and Dennis Clem
on each side. 5. FFA National Convention
Members John Baldner, Todd Miller, Mike
McCoy, Julie Hines, Devon Martin, and Todd
Wood. 3. Lynn Eichelberger, this year's French I
award winner, poses with Wendi Weikel, French II
award winner. 4. State FHA Homemaker Degrees
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Denise Jones. Third row: Angie Chapman, Janice Collins,
Julie McGinnis, Darla Jarvis, Trish Ebert, Kecia Krebs.
Fourth row: Diane Flickinger, Connie McKinley, Diane
Sehwiger, Dee Austin, Kim Hoverstock. Back row: Linda
Chapman, Amy Dennis, Margaret Littleton, Heidi Krebs,
Jane Charman, Maggie Keener, Laurie Schultz, Treasa
Rush, Michele Jones, Kelly Williams, Michele Charman,
Kim Overholt, Jenni Smith, Lisa Stull. 2. Co- students of
the Year at the JVS. Ronita Kreiling and Deb Zonker Knot
picturedj. 3. Four Year Scholarship Honorees: Kathy
Miller, Barry Yeater, Kim Hoverstock, Kathy Smith, Pam
Hofer, Dawn Main, Maggie Keener, Kate Bartter, and
Gwen Killey. 4. Top typing students Greg Hawks and
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Coffee Shop Carry-Out and
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Home Cooking Served Family Style
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The marching band was under the direction of
Mr. Steven Taylor. The band marched with a
new look as they wore the new bright- colored
uniforms purchased by the Band Boosters. Be-
sides marching in the football games, the band
performed at the State Fair, Ashland County fair
and at an Ashland College football game. The
band had an excellent sound and hopes to be even
better next year.
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FRONT: Jim Harlan, Greg Hawks, Jamie Ebert, Susie Dipzinski, Dan Long. MIDDLE: Lisa Anderson,
Doug Browning, Chris Blough, Jackie Schwiger, Linda Geib, Tom Ashby BACK: Damon Hitchcock,
Ken Anderson, Margaret Littleton, Heidi Krebs.
FRONT: Jenni Smith, Carol Pakes, Cheri Helbert, Mike Linder, MIDDLE: Jill Mumaw, Diane
Schwiger, Elaine Kieffer, BACK: Toby Franks, Patty Wells, Angie Slavkovsky, Susan Wells.
STRAIGHT I's .
This year was an exciting one
for the Hillsdale band highlighted
by the invitation to perform along
the parade route when President
Reagan came to Ashland.
After two years of hard work the
Band Boosters paid off the new
uniforms. The year concluded with
one of the greatest accomplish-
ments in Hillsdale Band history
the receiving of straight 1's in state
FRONT: Shelley Sponsler, Amy Jones, Wendy Weikel, Lynn Echelberger, Liz Glauner, Cindy
Patznick. MIDDLE: Holly Patterson, Sherry Hardman, Karrie Kaeser, Jenny Gossett, Denise
Jones. BACK: Trish Ebert, Kim Hoverstock, Kate Bartter, Kelly Williams.
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Hoover. THIRD: Don Hindenlang, Matt Harned, Dennis Clem, James Miller, Doug Selvage, Rich-
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CHOIR R TES I
The choir had an exciting year competing at
contests and holding two concerts. The year start-
ed out with a music workshop at Malabar High
School. Groups from the area went to hear other
groups and receive comments on their own. Next
came the Christmas concert which helped to
brighten Christmas spirits. Mr. House worked
hard as he prepared mixed chorus and girls glee
for district contest. Each received a one rating
and so next was State Contest. There the mixed
chorus also received a one rating. As the year
came to an end the annual Spring concert was
held with different people doing solos. The year
was concluded as the seniors sang in the choir for
the last time at graduation.
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Steele, Ed McAbee, Robby Smith, Larry Titus, Dave McQuillen. Third row: Chet Neal, Darin Beal,
Ashley Menges, Jeff Crossen, Jamie Ebert, John Cutlip, Chris Parker, Brant Enderley. Fourth row:
Mark Miller, Kevin Draper, Tom Hawks, Dale Schiebe, Chris King, James Miller, Ken Anderson, John
Chronister, John Carpenter, Bryan Weirick, Larry Hershey, Steve Clayton.
First row: Laurie Schweyer, Connie Boyer, Lisa Cline, Robin Hawks, Jenny Gossett, Cheri Helbert,
Connie McKinley. Second row: Susie Gibbs, Natalie Patterson, Susan Resnis, Jackie Schwiger, Liz
Glauner, Vicki Paullin, Dinia Erhardt, Jennifer Collins, Angie Patrick, Susie Wells. Third row: Dianna
Dalton, Lee Ann Ennis, Carla Lance, Suzy Dipzinski, Darla Jarvis, Michelle Bachman, Margaret
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Leslie Lloyd, Marlene Conn, Beth Wiltrout, Wendi Weikel, Colleen Boyer, Becky Hoover, Jami LeMas-
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Shelly Colvin, Amy Dennis, Carrie Maun, Jenny Smith, Mindy Beck, Rhonda Ritter, Lisa Stull, Jeannie
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Prince, Rhonda Altvater, Sandy Chapman, Susan Kirchbaum, Colleen
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Paullin, Kris Blough, Tisha Wood, Cindy Patznik, Becky Dennins, Con-
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Stone Evangelical Lutheran
Pastor: Richard Beal
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Pastor: Rev. Henrietta J. Milner
Dr. Donald Kaeser, DVM
Dr. David and Suzanne Steury, DDS
Dr. William S. Manos, DDS Inc.
Dr. Robert E. Gregg
Medical Associates of Ashland, Inc.
Dr. W. Stanford Brechbuhler, MD
Dr. Robert C. Howell, DDS
Spring Meadow Veterinary Clinic, Inc.
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Dr. A. Dakshinamurthi, MD
Medical Arts Pharmacy
Dr. Robert H. Westbeld, DDS
Dr. William D. Paisley - Opt.
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Mohican Hills Golf Club
25 CR 1950
Sohio Stop 250
P.O. Box 368
Medical Arts Pharmacy
Art Printing Company
147 E. 2nd
College Avenue Barber Shop
506 College Avenue
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P.O. Box 241
1722 Claremont Ave.
1304 Claremont Ave.
Buff's Lawn and Garden
2067 Claremont Ave.
34 E. Second St.
Funk Brothers' Tree Service
506 Rt. 2
Holm Flower Shop, Inc.
420 Samaritan Ave.
Automatic Welding Sc Manufacturing Co
532 Ashland CR 1600
Hillsdale Band Boosters
Prescott, Ball 8a Turben
Jennings Ready Mix Inc.
Irwin Office Equipment
General Home Corporation
Ingmand Insurance Agency
Cleveland Avenue Market
R. F. Smith Electric
Production Credit Association
Ashland Times Gazette
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rush
President Reagan visited Ashland on Monday, May 9th to
grace the Ashbrook Memorial dinner in honor of the late Sena-
tor John M. Ashbrook. The dinner was held at the Ashland
College Convocation Center. A place at dinner in the same room
with the President cost 5200.00 and tickets for the dinner and
the reception afterwards cost curious Ohioans 51000.00 They considered the money well spent on a once in a lifetime chance to ' '
see the President of the United States.
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