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Homecoming Srs. Null, German crowned Senior Lisa Null was crowned Football Homecom- ing queen during the half- time festivities of the Home- coming game, Sept. 26, which the Brickies won over the Chesterton Trojons, 18-15. The princesses were Junior Lori Murray, Sophomore Laura Welsh and Freshman Michelle Walker. Senior Ron German was crowned as Mr. Football by the student body and was honored by the Booster Club during the seventh hour pep session. After the pep session the annual Homecoming parade through town featured the class floats, the band and auxil- iary corps, the cheerleaders, and representatives from other school groups. The Junior Class won the float competition with “ De- stroy the Trojans.” Booster Club members paint- ed store windows in Hobart and decorated players’ lockers, while Quill and Scroll sold Homecoming mums, and Stu- dent Council sponsored a dance Sept. 27 to celebrate the Home- coming victory. Students had a chance to show their pride and school spirit by dressing for Spirit Week. Top Left — The Brickies found Chest- erton to be a forminable rival, but the Bricks won the game in the final sec- onds by a field goal. Top Right — Members of the Senior Class take part in an unauthorized Homecoming tradition, teepeeing the high school. Left — 1986 Homecoming Court: Mi- chele Walker, freshman princess; Lori Murray, junior princess; Lisa Null, queen; Laura Welsch. sophomore prin- cess. Football Homecoming 9
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spirit by taking part in Homecoming costume day. Right — As a member of Booster Club, Junior Sue Shudick helps to paint windows in town. 8 Football Homecoming
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Fall Play Theatre performs 69 scenes For the first time in many years, the HHS theatre classes, under the direction of Miss Shirley Mumaugh, performed the fall play, “Feiffer’s People,” Nov. 12 and 13. Previously, the fall play was open to all students. Auditions were held and rehearsals for the play were entirely extra-curric- ular. ‘‘Feiffer’s People” consisted of 69 separate scenes and cov- ered a variety of subjects. All students were required to par- ticipate in the play for a grade. Each student had at least three major characters and additional minor parts. Student directors for the play were Jody Jackson, Tom Pros- ser, and Bev Deal. Melissa Cochran was the stage manag- er, Jody Jackson, Tom Prosser, Mary Orosz and Tiffany Tester- man provided lights, and Karen Lowe did the sound for the play. Members of the cast were Catherina Aabo, Mike Corder, Gayle Dickson, Jody Jackson, Chris Kopack, Shannon Lewis, Michelle Lucas, Micheal Nobles, George Ploutis, Tom Prosser, Debra Rearick, Sheryl Reyes, Susan Rivera, Joe Rodri- guez. Raeann Rodriguez, Bev Deal, Denise Ellch, Sheila Forbes, Tracy Grafton, Marie Jensen, Sue Kemper, Jennifer Marshall, Natalie Matie, Rob Mills, Tom O’Rourke, Doug Sheehy, Mark Sinar, Jackie Wayman, Dave Widener, Chrisi Winsor and Kriss Zer- tuche. Above — Senior Mark Sinar has a real Right — Senior Susan Rivera and Ju- identity crisis, which Senior Natalie nior Mike Corder were in just one of the Matie tries to scold him out of. 69 scenes that made up “Feiffer’s Peo- ple. " 1 0 “Feiffer’s People”
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