Milton High School - Miltonian Yearbook (Milton, WV)

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. 22w n, r - anMWnea-Ax 57-,- mp 61.? yam .A 5000 F VTHAT MCANS GA? 3'0 l 1787 WWW AL V ij "eh- MILTON HIGH scuoot MILTON: WV' Hh 31$ E home of the greyhounds september As another boring summer leads into another exciting school year, all the students at MHS came bounding back into their classrooms with broading smiles and broading minds. tbig deaD We started off the year with a new array of teachers. Our Biology teacher of nine years, David Roach, moved to Enslow. Robert Bailey, our other biology teacher, moved to the inner circle as counselor. The teachers and students were back to playing musical rooms again. That is to say, being short of rooms and boosting the enrollment to 750. The football team started the year off right with their straight wins, ending the month with a 4-1 record. The band did well, placing high in all competition. The girls basketball team got us out of class two days to watch them. The Career Fair held at the Vocational Center on the 27th was Yes, September started us off on another year. tbig deali This page sponsored by BAIRD FUR, INC. 407 Ninth Street - Huntington october October was a great month for the Greyhound Band. The Big Blue Marching Machine went to a competition in Hamlin where they placed second overall out of twenty-three bands. On the fifteenth they went to the Tri-State Competition in Huntington where they came in thirteenth of thirty-three bands and the rifle and flag corps both came home first place winners. In October the Big Blue's football games were played against Barboursville, Pt. Pleasant, Ceredo - Kenova, and St. Albans. The latter was our homecoming game. Many events happened throughout Homecoming Week, October 24-29th. On Monday it was physical day and students dressed in sweats, tennis shoes, and headbands. At noon there was a tug of war contest between the three classes. Tuesday was halloween day and there was a wide variety of interesting subjects roaming our halls. At noon there was a volkswagen beetle stuff, which the seniors won. Would you believe 27 people in a beetle? Wednesday was dressup day and students dug back into their closet to wear their Sunday best. On Thursday it was punk day. The students dressed in the weirdest, funkiest clothes they could drag out. Miniskirts were everywhere teven on some guysi. There was a pep assembly in the afternoon which included a toilet paper wrap, display of the winning float by the senior class, and the crowning of Mr. Greyhound, Jack Barker. Friday was the traditional blue and grey day. Coronation ceremonies were held for Miss Greyhound. Darla Leadmon was crowned Homecoming Queen. The Homecoming parade ended at the football field. The Big Blue won their homecoming game against St. Albans. Saturday night was the homecoming dance which was held at the Gateway Inn. Most couples ate dinner at a restaurant such as Steak 8: Ale, Alpine Village, or Permone's. Pictures at the Dance were taken by Danny Chapman and the music was done by Donnie "hm , Wisman. rri 5t . The ever dreaded state Junior Testing was held Oct. 25, 26, 27. The Miss Flame contest was held and Darla Leadmon was crowned on Oct. 12 The US. Army band rocked us on October 20th. They were great! This page sponsored by FAS CHEK 305 East Main Street - Milton .. .-. .0 .0 mung This page sponsored by HECKS FUNERAL HOME Milton, West Virginia I F . 5 - A ' A Y:- .4iQCx M x , f i 4 . 11 , . - l I Q ,1 october This page sponsored by NATIONAL METALS, INC. Ona, West Virginia VILLAGE INN Milton this page sponsored by 1600 West Mann - 10 ; 5: THE CARPET LADIES k .w 5 r u 0 b r a B 0 6 L R 0 0 6 3 this page sponsored by october miss greyhound darla leadman 1. -... 13 november The month of November was, what we may call, a slow month. By this time everyone was already well adjusted to the routine of things. The girls basketball team won their sectional game with Barboursville and went to the sectional finals at Huntington East. We'll wipe from our memory the 12-6 loss at Hurricane High. Boys basketball team tryouts were held and wrestling season started this month also. If students had any money, what so ever, they weren't able to keep it long during the month of November. Groups and organizations were selling just about everything imaginable. The Juniors sold cookies while the Band and the Student Council sold cheese and sausage. The Band, along with the Ensemble, sold oranges and grapefruits. 1984 yearbook sales began and the Yearbook staff also sold Beau or Bow Wow buttons. With Christmas right around the corner, students were finding it rough to buy any of these goodies. Another event which occured in November was American Education Week. The student council had a party for the faculty, principal, and assistant principal in appreciation to their fine work. The student council also showed the movie, "Chariots of Fire." The movie gave the student body a nice break from hard work and classes. A couple other things that occured in the month of November was; make-up pictures for Sophomores and Juniors, a crack-down on clock cords and a dinner sponsored by American Legion for "A" students. November was a month that was long looked forward to for two reasons; Thanksgiving vacation and the food! Other than the few items mentioned, the month of November was quite boring. Thus ended the month of November. 15 This page sponsored by NEWMAN'S HEATING 8 COOLING 16 december The Ensemble held their annual Christmas Program for the school on December 21st. For one skit in the program the males dressed up as girls. The main attraction was Ryan Hardiman's impersonation of "Boy George". In another skit the girls dressed up as "Munchkin People," a few seemed to need bigger pants than they hadll There was also another musical program during the month of December. A touring rock group visited the school on December 14th. A five man band from Florida called "Free Fare." They played music from various famous rock groups. Everyone sang, danced, and clapped to the music. Many other activities and assemblies took place during the month of December. Among the sports activities were the Sports Banquet held on December 2nd, the Barboursville Wrestling Tournament held on the weekend of the 10th, the Kanawha Vallethoco- Cola wrestling Tournament held on the weekend of the 17th, and the game between Coach Lovejoy's Riverrats and the WAMX Airheads on December 8th. Other activities included the Band's Last Blast held on the 16th and the Faculty Lucheon held on the 23rd. Milton e Barboursville This page sponsored by GIVEN 8: ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE 17 january The month of January which delivers Baby New Year also brings winter activities, snow and snow. However, most importantly, January puts us on a fresh new start on a new year. January in the year of 1984 became very important to our classmates that started MHS, in 1981 for they are the Seniors! During this month, important decisions were made by these people. The class of '84 chose their class colors as being: Pink and Gray also the class flower as a Pink Rose. Their motto is, "Take life one step at a time and before you know it, you've walked a lifetime." The seniors also selected Josten as the company from which to order graduation announcements, caps and gowns. During his month, yearbook orders were taken. Mother Nature controlled January by sending the wicked wind of the North our way. We experienced several frigid days and snowy nights. This weather forced school to be closed on many days thus providing a short month of school and a curtailment of activities. However, the weather didn't down the Milton Spirit. Jennifer Murrell won first place in Voice of Democracy contest. DECA sold donuts as a fund raiser. WKEE radio challenged Coach Lovejoy's River Rats in a game of Basketball and this was sponsored by the Close Up Club. The Junior Class entertained the school by showing the film, "laws" as a fund raiser for the JrJSr. prom. And last but not least the sports scene of January included basketball, volleyball, and wrestling. The basketball team tried with all their might; however, lost more than they won. The girls of the volleyball team had a very successful season with many victories. The boys of the wrestling team should be commended for they exhibited an excellent season. MHS, also hosted their very first of hopefully many more to come wrestling tournaments. January 1984 is now at a close; however, its memories will live on in our hearts as well as our laughter, will echo the hallways of MHS long after we've gone. 19 february During the month of February the Seniors were already thinking of their graduation. Senior announcements were ordered along with their accessories such as class keys and memory books. Another activity happening during February was the Cabell County Science Fair. it was held on the 9th. Ann Ingram and Sheila Woody won. The M.H.S. Wrestling Team finished sixth at the State Championship in February. The Sweetheart dance was also held in February. It took place on Saturday the 18th. The Blue 8: Grey staff sponsored the dance and the fun-filled week of special days. Some of the special dress-up days included "sweethearts" day, red and white day, dress-up day, and twin day. Some of the activities of the week included a tag day and the choosing of Sweetheart Teacher '84. Denis Chapman was selected for this title. Everyone enjoyed his campaign and acceptance speech. We all hope he has enjoyed his reign. ,5 u 2i 5 i ecdawumrwsges . 2 2 :xi march March was a month which included a bushel and a peck of assorted fun-filled activities. Foreign Language week kicked off March with a week of twinkie eating, tug of war, and tossing eggs - A general good time for everyone. March was also Youth Art month, which was a really successful event. Student art work was displayed at the Milton Public Library, and at the Huntington Galleries. The Ensemble presented an impromptu concert in the hallway, which was a beautiful experience. March was also the month for the time of the year we all look forward to The Student Body Presidential Election campaign. It was a close and heated race, but in the end, after the final votes had been cast, the victors emerged as Scott Peyton and Brett Short to lead our school into wonderfulness for another glorious year. The "Deca'l classes presented a fashion show including all the latest clothing for work, or play, or who knows what else, on March 8. It was enjoyed by all. Later the same day, Marshall University's Stage Band tfeaturing our own Jeff Boehm, trumpeting his way into our heartsl played "Ragtime" music for our bewildered Students. It was truly a day of entertainment beyond compare. March of Dimes week was one of the most exciting events of the year. This whole week was spent dropping coins into a large glass bottle. At the end of the week, Wendy Lewis guessed the correct amount of $74.00 in the bottle, winning the grand prize of five bucks. On March 26, Red Cross blood donor day was a smashing success. Students pumped out a total of 85 pints of the red stuff into little plastic containers of life. Other activities included cap at gown order taking day, Flag, Track, and Softball tryouts. March was without a doubt, the month of the year! 23 "'VHEN IT CONkR K TO EATING... x m A GENIUS! ,, WV ALJ o 24 This page sponsored by MACK'S FOODKING - Ona. l l i april The month of April was Students attending the United High School Press Conference at Marshall University. The University Guitar Ensemble presented a concert on the 4th. The foods classes selling Easter Eggs. Mr. Hawkins taking last orders for caps and gowns on the 6th. Also on the 6th, cheerleader hopefuls could sign- up. The 9th announced the new Flag Corps members. National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and Student council inductions were held during an assembly on the 10th. We had an Easter Seals Drive. Some students took a trip to the Inca Labs. The Student Body was stunned by the death of David Kinnard in an auto accident on his way to school. The 13th was busy-some students went to the FHA meeting at Cedar Lakes. The Varsity Cheerleaders were named. The last day before spring break so we had an afternoon dance. Jenny Jenkins painting appeared in the Herald Dispatch on the 15th. Forms were passed out for chaperons to the Special Olympics. The girls tennis team placing third overall and Prom Tickets on sale. The annual flood with Lake Milton. This page sponsored by MACK'S FOODKING - Ona 25 m :u... w u w" H h jjl. a T w-w may May had for us many high points and low points. Our softball, tennis, baseball and track teams were doing their thing. The ever popular Spring Show sponsored by the music department, was a riotting success. Senior Skip Day was had. Spring sports banquet was consumed. The Academic Awards Assembly, gave credit where credit was due. Timmy Harlan's death in a car crash did another number on our temporal selves. The seniors had a luncheon and had their cap and gown pictures taken on the 18th. This was the seniors last day in classes. The Athletic Awards Assembly was giving anyway. Graduation was held, Baccalaureate was preached, the Prom was danced and May was over. 28 iWIJIItPIx lat. vuaxl lrvyueevr- rhrulrt$mng : !x r 30 :Xx $SKXKK Xx ' R UN:Q XKV: AX: . . .- June June is taking finals in a fog; cleaning out lockers and rooms; finding some way to get cool; making plans for the summer; finishing the yearbook getting next years senior pictures made. .-.. . : , 3 June II II I l iv, I'll ! M l- WW WELL . x sx x x sxx 34 mr. gibson retires Briefly Copier in use The new copier purchased by the student council is now being put to use in the library. "When they l'Irst thuught about getting a copier i didn't think it would be put to much use." stated Mr. heist. "but it is." The copier has been used everyday since it has been installed. Mr. Leist said that everyone who has used it has expressed how nice it is to have it for their use. and how handy it is. The copier has instructions with it. though it is easy to use. it is like most other copiers. Spanish Club termed Ma, Sally Bias said that the Spanish Honorary Club has been organized. Students who are in this club must have a ninety three percent average for the tint three semesters of Spanish. Ma. Bias and the honorary club held a candle lighting service for the initiation. The otTIcera include: Lisa Mathley - President Karen Burch- Vice President Kim Hatfield - Sedheas. Many of the students also went to Fiesta Bravo to celebrate the initiation. Leaders chosen Two girls and live boys from Milton High School have been chosen to attend Girls' State and Boys' State leadership camps this summer. Those chosen had to be unmarried. high school juniors. citizens ofthe United States. and specially selected for their leader- ship abilities. The camp is sponsored by The American Legion. Students will attend from cities all over West Virgin- ia. At both camps. students learn about government and good citizenship by participating in projects where they can "learn by Doing". M.H.S. students attending this year are Kelli Krepps and Holly Gordon. going to Girls' State and Mike Craig. James Daniels, Tony Dickens, Billy Racer. and Brett Short will be attending Boya' State. French Honorary to lIe Mrs. Kuhn plans to make a few changes for the next years Latin and French students. First, she plans to have a French and Latin Honorary. This summer she is going to lind out if there is a National organiution. and what requirements go along with it. Second. she has ordered new text books. 'l'hat will make a big difference." Kuhn said. Next year Kuhn plana to have Junior Classical League. "This year it didn't work out." Kuhn said there was not enough time at noon to organize a meeting. Kuhn feels the Board ofEduee- tion needs to work something out with OnaJunior High School stu- dents that take Latin in the eighth grade. This summer Kuhn will be making plans for next years Latin and french students. Jolmlists are honored This vear marked the 50th year that M H. S. journalism stu- dents have been members of the journalism honorary. Quill and Scroll. There has not been an ac- tive chapter for a number of years. but the initial membership did not expire. Students allowed in Quill and Small muatbe' In the upper third of their class. they must bejuniore or senior: in high school. and they must have made a signit'Icant contribution in the tield of journalism .The students selected for membership in the 1983M school year were: Carla Adams, Abbey Dunlap. Ryan Hardiman. Kelly Hines. Kelli Kreppa, Larry Milbee. Sherry Mullins. Earlene Sharp. and An- gela Weaver. Photo by Devi Sutler For the love 0! smelt? ANNIVERSARY Vol. 5! Issue 5 EDITION Ill. 60 Hillel WHY: 255" Clark III retire Photo by Devi Suder - what mt? p. lt Ellie 131112 emit Germ; Seliolr 8lilliliol dent and Vice President Scott Peyton and Brett Short plan to rise above the rest in 1984- 85 school year. New faces are on the ?"be Kelly Hines Student Body President Carla Adams and Vice President Scott Lewis stepped down from their oflice in March as the Free Spirit party candidates Scott Peyton and Brett Short were elected as Milton Highls Student Body President and Vice President for the 1984-85 school year. Competing a'gainst Blue and Grey party candi- dates Mike Craig and Greg Barker. Peyton revealed that their secret to a successful campaign was their hard work and commitment. Said Peyton. "Yes. it was a very close race." in fear of the election being a popularity contest. Peyton said that his lirst reactions to winning the election were surprise and shock but winning the primary was the biggest thrill. Short was reliev- ed at their victory after working for it. Both agreed. "We knew we could do it. All we needed was o chance. which we got. and now we go on to prove ourselves." Proving themselves involves carrying out their so called "Campaign Promises". These were stated in their platform presented at the debate held for the candidates of both parties before the linal elec- tion. One of Peyton and Short's future plans is the paving of the student parking lot. The money for it will be raised by activities with the help of the student body. Other plans include keeping the large Homecoming Court. raising school spirit by organizing better pep nssemblies and revealing a job at Milton surprise scheduled at home ballgames to get stu- dents more involved' In athletic events. Their beautification project involves planting shrubs along the back wall and placing tlower boxes at several points. They are coandent that students will respect this and not abuse it Also. working with the new principal. they would like to get the smoking area moved to the back ofthe school to improve the appearance of Milton High Sehool to passersby. Realizing that it may turn some people against them, they still feel it must be done. Complained Short. "People have to walk through Skoal spit and cigarette butts to get to school and I get sick!" In addition to that. for high school students to buy those products is illegal and thus the use of these products on school property is not the right thing to do. explains Short. As Vice President, Brett Short feels it is hisjob to help and support Peyton and carry out his de- cisions and duties. lf Shun. thinks any of Peyton's decisions are not the best, it is his duty to voice his opinion and hopefully a compromisecan be reached. A disturbance has arisen about the fact that in previous years and including this year. all Milton High Student Body Presidents have been former Milton Junior High students. Peyton makes it clear that. "We are no longer Ona and Milton Junior Highs but Milton High School." Says Peyton. "it is 3 great honor and a great responsibility to be picked by the student body to lead and represent the school. We need the support of the student body. We need them to help us." by Kelli Kreppa May 7 High School in the Gym. 8 8 Spring Concert College Scholarships: Many students are awarded with scholarships each year. Some students are awarded with these scholarships because they are academically superior to their peers. Other students are IIth I - like scholarshi -e. Board Awarded to students academically superior to their peers, then to others with outstanding athletic records. pin - - II ,about l5000will ass Prophecy. . . ............ 2 -re the un- 8: Choir in the i School Athletic Assem demic awards not at printing time Senior cap and gown pic- tures - Senior last day 25 Graduation 16 August 18 l - :Iy of school Non-contuct pro-aesson foot- ball conditioning l5 Soccer 8: Cross Country Hagan. a Milton resident. was contacted to conlirm or deny the rumor. She reported that it has not been considered at any time by the Cabell County Board of Education. it is the Board mem- bers who would have the author- ity to decide which will be the final day for seniors. Seniors next year will have a senior week be- fore their graduation. - Editorials ................ 3 ti 4 is rumor is not member Julia Features: Senior Willa ............ 5. 6. 7 Feature Stories ........ 8. 9. 10 Sports .................. ll. 12 Richard Chambers Christy Chapman Ryan Hardiman Amy Harshbargef Clayton Horste Kim Ketchum Angie Kirk Earlene Sharp Denise White Bane Hicks Gary Cooper Crystal Jacks miltonian 39 n . L 7 LT 5 7 xLT -uI0 Mo . U0 go 35 3"; U? girls basketball V . L; NLT04, v $3330; 5 22 F5? ,lU274, : a 14 15 ma-x. ; row one: Chris Shaver, Sheila Woody, Sonya Hale, Sherry Queen, Jenny Jenkins, Patty Waard. row two: Stacy Beckelheimer, Suzanne Morrison, Sharion Spears, Monica Cumpston, Julie Noble, Kim Stooke. Captains: Jenny Jenkins, Sharion Spears, Patti Ward. 40 A wrestling team row one: Jack Barker, Tony Dickens, Irankie ' Adkins row two: Troy Waugh, Kevin Lunsford, ' k, Dwayne Rhodes, Rod Cremeans, Tim Town, 1."! Kevin Goodpaster, Dwayne Meadows, Kelly Lunsford, Tyler Cahall, Mike Ball, Roger Jarrell. row three: Cecil Christian, Dru Ingram, Mike Blankenship, Robbie Scarberry, Tyler Robert- son, Darren Vance, Barry Hayes, David Thorton, Greg Barker, Darren Crum, Randy Lewis, Coach Bane McCracken. row one: Paul Bock, Barbie Syrus, Leslie Carden. row two: Scott Calahan, Lisa Mathley, Becky Black, Darren Crum. row three: Brent Woomer, Mike Craig, Tyler Cahal, John Bock. row four: Tony Dickens. cross country team 41 football team row one: Coach Fugate, Doug Lawson, Tyler Robertson, Mike Black, Larry Gay, Doug Mohr, Timmy Harlan, Butch Belcher, Brian Jarrell, Chris Jarvis. row two: Sonny Henry, Kelly Shull, David Shelton, Darren Vance, Mark Elswick, T. J. Holbert, Rick Kinnard, Greg Chapman, Dale Lyons, Greg France, William Richads. row three: Jim Hynus, Mark Chap- man, David Justice, Steve Bragg, Robby Scarberry, Bobby Bird, Jesse Adkins, Shane Bell, Dale Conrad, Greg Queen, Butch Sowards. row four: Joann Potter, Allen Skaggs, Norman Ryder, Johnny Currey, Mike Perry, Billy Racer, Brooke Lunsford, Greg Barker, Jimmy Hatfield, Jeff Black. row five: Jason Sowards, Mike Blankenship, Steve Hinkle, Teddy Langham, John Thomas, Darren Stanley, Kevin Hughes, Nathen Rosier, David Sargent, Greg Ball. row six: Timmy Rolfe, David Lunsford, Mike Ball, Brit Watts, Frankie Adkins, Dru Ingram, Kelly Lunsford, Steve Latham, Phil Kessler. 42 boys basketball team row one: Brent Woomer, Michael Slamons, Chris Wooten, Michael McLaurin, Britt Watts, Alan Skaggs, Brooke Lunsford, Donnie Wisman, row two: Brian Jarrell, Greg Queen, John Bock, Jesse Adkins, Mike Perry, Rod Lowe, Derrick Cumpston, row three: Steve Bragg, Scott Lewis, Greg Kirby, Joe Pingley, Paul Bock, Lenny Spurlock, John Laverty, Bill Gill. 43 student council student council cabinet Ingrid Wilkins, Scott Lewis, Carla Adams, Kevin Turley, Deanna Jarrell, Paul Bock, Donah Huffstutler, Darla Leadmon, Rhonda Black, Wendy Lewis, Kelly Smallridge, Annette Smith, Kim Klosterman. left to right: Jill Murrell, Chris Carman, Annette Smith, Andrea Armstrong, Ingrid Wilkins, Crystal Jacks, Kim Karnes, Denise White, Lisa Mathley, Lynda Loges, Edie Barnes, Michael McLaurin, Mary Freeman, Wendy Lewis, Shonda Donahue, Alan Skaggs, Missy Farley, Kim Klosterman, Missy Saunders, Sherry Sisarsick, Kelly Ashworth, Carla Adams, Jackie Clagg, Darla Leadmon, Rhonda Black, Scott Lewis, Susanne Morrison, Kim Ketchum, Shawn Williamson, Tracy Villars, Donah Huffstutler, Kelli Hines, Lynn White, Kelly Lunsford, Michael Richardson, Deanna Jarrell, Kelly Holley, Amy Harshbarger. 44 Choir row one: Rhonda Templeton, Jackie Clagg, Amy Stiltner, Kelly Hardiman, Kay Holley, Sue Ellen Anness, Jeff Black, Thomas Bias, Jay Sayre, Melissa Edwards, Trena Hayes, Angie Hayes, Angie Mohr, Leslie McVey, Missy Wright. row two: Trish Carroll, Sherry Blankship, Kristi Stowasser, Vannesa Hicks, Amanda Smith, Stacy Swan, Sarah Tincher, Kelly Smallridge, Larry Ratliff, Daniel Thompson, Mallory Beach, Mindy Starkey, Tina Blake, Crystal Hayes, Christy Lewis, row three: Mary Clark, Pam Smith, Sherri Templeton, Angie Kirk, Barbie Cyrus, David Kloman, Aaron Chapman, Barr Smith, Deana Arthur, Teana Edmonds, Tara Crowder, Marsha Mankin, row four: Sue Frenzen, Jana Henry, Shelley Short, Darren Di Ion, Tommy Smith, David Sargent, Eric Morrison, Georgetta Shirkey, Missy Sabo, Tammy Martin. 45 46 Spanish honorary 20072 89 P back row: Becky Lewis, Am Wick, Pam Rrenick, Edie Barnes, Angie Weaver, John Stratton, Donah Huffstutler, Greg Barker, Greg Ball, Darren Crum, Je f Deere, Mike Woodard, front row: Laura Tabor, Tony Dickens, Tyler Cahal, Christi Gibson, Kim Hatfield, Rhonda Black, Karen Burch, Lisa Mathley, Angel Hall, Michelle Richardson, Traci Villars, Kim Ketchum, Dee Midkiff. James Shy, Artie Powers, Will Ross, 2nd row - Mr. Gibson, Bobby Edmonds, Darrin Cooper, Rod Lowe. golf team volleyball team If the volleyball team had showed up for their picture, it would have included: Teresa Erwin, Jennifer Jenkins, Sharion Spears, Patti Ward, Stacy Beckelhimer, Teresa Fisher, Donah Huffstutler, Laura Jarrell, Angie Nicely, Becky Black, Barbara Cyrus, Suzanne Morrison, Julie Noble, Amy Taylor. 47 honor society SEC 1st row: Rhonda Black, Wendy Lewis, Annette Smith, Kelly Small- ridge 2nd row: Kim Hatfield, Tammy L. Chiilders, Julie Sparks, Lori Cantor, Robin Ramsey, Dar- lene Chapman 3rd row: Jennifer Murrell, Edie Barnes, Carla Adams, Kim Klosterman, Carla Shaver, Ingrid Wilkins, Kim Stooke 4th row: Angie Lewis, Kelly Holley, Terrie McComas, Scott Lewis, Holly Gordon 5th row: Teresa Fisher, Donah Huff- stutler, Mike Craig, Drue Ingram, Tyler Cahal, Tony Dickens 6th row: Tracy Willars, Kim Ketchum, Teresa Kelly, Darla Leadmon, Patty Burdette 1st row: Cristy Shaver, Tanya Pri- chard, Suzanne Morrison, Jessica Machmer, Kristen Wilkins, Jackie Cla g, LeAnn Godby, Vanessa Hicks 2n row: Kevin Turley, John Bock, Melissa Edwards, John Mincer, Darren Crum, Timmy A. Hatfield 48 safety patrols Bottom to Top: Mervina Shoestr- ing, Claudette Clumzo, Rebecca Redroof, Wendy Windw Storm, Skipper Longlegs, Lengthy Wonder Not pictured: Zula Neverhere traffic stoppers Claudette Clumzo, Wendy Windw Storm, Slo'Poke Rod- riguez, Bertha Beetle, Ren of the Tropics, Skipper Longlegs Not pictured again: Zula Neverhere 49 deca Tim McCallister, Mrs. Spencer, Tammy Harshbarger, Jeff Hensley, Shawn Williamson, Amy White, Darin Stanley, Lisa VanMeter, Bobby Bird, Brenda Call, Lori Hager, Kim Black, Andrea Martin. Connie Soyine, David Humphreys, Marie Holley, Craig Shelton, Barbara Spencer, Eddie Glod, Denise Ward, Bryan Rolfe, Michelle Weekly, Lisa Sowards, Steve Hatfield, Charlotte Lyons, Mike Black, Scotty Atkins 50 distributive education clubs of america deca officers President - Devi Sutler, Reporter - Sheila Smith, Treasurer - Norman Ryder, Secretary - Melanie Lunsford, Vice President - Jenny Baird. Bottom row - left to right: Shonda Donahue, Shelia Smith, Melanie Lunsford, Jenny Baird. Top row: Richie Wolfe, Devi Sutler, Norman Ryder, Teresa Kelly, Troy Johnson, Shelly Edwards, Aligany Purch, Tina Williamson, Timmy McCalIister, Kim Scarberry, Kim Hatfield, Joy Johnson, Penny Morrison, Joan Scarberry, Mrs. Spencer. 51 marching band flutes: Barbie Black, Tammy Davis, Jessica Machmer, Robin Taylor, Ingrid Wilkins, LeAnn Godby, Amy Mount, Holley Robertson, Amy Harshbarger. Clarinets: Rosiland Bledsoe, Paula Cla g, Kelli Lewis, Dian Vickers, Kim Ketchum, Kelli Gibson, Melinda Stowers, Angie Weaver, Lisa Lawson, Pam McComas, Kim Tarpley, Angie B ackwell, Laura Lahawn, Jill Czewski, Lynh Carmen. saxes: Melissa Edwards, Tawnya Taylor, Brenda Cooper. french homes: Thomas Bias, Kelly Holley. cymbals: Stephenie Jordan, Lisa Ball, Lisa Kinnard. trumpets: Carla Adams, Jill Murrell, Mike Shride, Rick Morrison, Tersa Fisher, Mona Rhodes, David Watson, Jeff Gibson, Larry Lauvray, Lori Hager, Wendy Smith, Jay Roberts, David Keadle. trombones: Ed Harner, Tonya Lunsford, Kevin Turley. baritones: Chris jackson, Todd Irvine, Eric Morrison. tubas: Brett Short, Paul Marcum, Flimming Barnett. snare: Todd Rice, David Brooks, Tom Riley. bass drums: Lisa Lewis, Tom Smith. quads: Billy Conley. mallets: Janie Dial, Lynda Loges, Tammy Sayre, Tom Racer. majorettes: Dee Midkiff, Lori Brooks, Edie Barnes, Kelly Bias, Tracy Villars, Nila Clark. flag corps: Carla Shaver, Terri McComas, Amy Basheum, Teresa Stowers, Cathy Conrad, Celeste Wallace, Chris Carman, Lynn Taylor, Tammie Swain, Kelli Krepps, Kim Thompson, Brooke Stephens, Nikki Lutz, Amy Stilltner, Kelly Hardiman. Mellisa Caddy. fieldcommanders: Kelly Smallridge, Krista Duncan. band captains Krista Duncan, ln rid Wil- kins, Mike Shri e, Terri McComas, Amy Harshbarger, Kelli Smallridge, Lori Brooks, Dee Midkiff. 52 augqaaw SuquJBw uollgw ES Donah Huffstutler, Amy Townson, Michelle Ri- chardson, Kim Karnes, Terri McLaurin, Dee lar- rell, Pam Bias, Amy Ross, at: Kelly Lewis, Sherry Shrewsbury. :4. 4 ;$ T , 33 m. u 3m '9 MM . x- . I V' X -1 "mm mh u 1 7 ? k V 1;: . 3 $3 l, i 7 A H.112 i 3 . .1 V 5?: J V - an A J M k. H cheerleaders 54 left to right: Tracy Villers, Kelly Bias, Dee Dee Mid- kiff, Edie Barns, Lori Brooks. Carla Shaver, Terry McComas, Tammy Swain, Nicky Lutz, Lynn Taylor, Amy Stiltner, Brooke Stevens, Kelly Hardiman, Celeste Wallace, Teresa Sowards, Kathy Conrad, Amy Basham, Chris Car- man, Lynn Taylor, Kim Thompson, Melissa Gaddi, Tammy Jackson. 55 baseball team row one: Charlie Johnson - coach, Brooke Lunsford, Billy Racer, T. l. Holbert, John Stratton, Mark Chapman, Chris Kemp, Dean Venoy, Lenny Spurlock, Steve Hatfield, David Thomas. row two: Britt Watts, Mark Dailey, Kevin Hughes, Dru Ingram, Rod Creameans, Chris Wooten. 56 track teams boys team: David Shelton, Darren Vance, Tim Towne, Mike Carter, Darin Stanley, Sam Johnston, Tyler Cahal, Nathan Rosier, Greg Ball, Mike Gillispie, Jeff Black, John Thomas, Robbie Scarberry, Mike Craig, Mike Ball, Steve Carden. girls team: Kim Stookie, Barbie Cyrus, Rhona Wooten, Beckie Black, Angie Nicely, Teresa Chapman, Barbie Black, Leslie Carden, Sharion Spears. 57 mu alpha theta Nathan Rosier, Kim Stooke, Holly Gordon, Carla Shaver, Mike Craig, Jack Barker, Kim Ketchum, Tracy Villars, Wendy Lewis, Darlene Chapman, Robin Ramsey, Annette Smith math field day team 58 ' Front row: Missy Farley, Kim Stooke, Kelly Bias, Teresa lrwin, Denise White 2nd row: Lisa Sowards, Darlene Chapman, Rhonda Black, Kelly Holley, Jack Barker, 3rd row: Julie Si: Kelly Smallridge, Annette Smith, Nat arks, Robin Ramsey, Wendy Lewis, Carla Shaver, Mike Craig, 4th row: Tracy Villars, Kim Ketchum, an Rosier, Tony Dickens 5th row: Vanessa Hicks, Tanya Prichard, Scott Peyton, John Bock 6th row: Holly Gordon, Susan Morrison, Tammy Clay, Deana Morrison, John Mincer, James A. Hatfield Back: Randy Fields, Mr. Gibson, IDavid Neal, Tracy Beckett, Pat Clagg, Todd Fizer, Mark Chapman, Matthew Norris, Mark Davi Daile , Kevin Wallace, Deno Dai ey, Teresa Clary, C ris Foster, Brian Linville, Connie Sovine, Tim Woodard, Paul Glover, Meadows Front: Terry Berry, Kim Jackson, Bobby Edmonds, Tina Smith, Brian Chapman future farmers of america 'i: Q;j;-.- Q i go 1' Q 62' W; 59 W m. m lawman Am a, future homemakers of america This year we had Jennifer Murrell as state officer and she served as Vice President of Region V. Shonda Donahue won first place in the WV Make-lt-With Wool Contest and placed 13th Nationally. Our members participated in the Region V meeting, Lakeside Conference, HERO Proficiency Contest and State Meeting. We made Easter Eggs for fund raising and had a variety of guest speakers. The Child Care Classes conducted the March of Dimes and Easter Seal drives and all classes participated in peer education which ended with a school assembly with guest speaker Jim Schleider of the Cabell County Sheriff's Department. ensemble Larry Milbee, Don Wisman, Annette Smith, Rodney Swann, Stacy White, Brian Jarrel, Scott Lewis Kelly Lewis, Shawn Patton, Carla Adams, T. R. Massey, Richard Chambers, Ryan Hardiman T. R. Massey, Don Wiseman Back row: Amy Ross, Vanessa Grimes, Brooke Stephens, David Kloman Front row: Sue Ellen Annes, Kevin Turley, Amy Basham, Monica Cumpston tennB 64 teams b0?! : John Beckette, Tyler Robinson, Jeff Currey, Billy Conley, Todd Irvin, Larry Langdon - coach. 5: gir Kim Klosterman, Mary Freeman, Sonya Hale, Becky Lewis, Robin Ramsey, leSSica Machmer. :Jirf . JIIiHon ,Highf She Mass Of Snjfonor 0f 3r 56.09.. 5:4 '9 A oikgi , soccer John Mincer, Deanna Arthur, Sam Johnston, Sean Chandler, Scott, Missy Saunders, John Breeze, Tony Waugh. softball row one: Maria Finley, Amy Taylor, Sharion Spears, Stacy Becklehimer, Karen Perry. row two: Patty Ward, Lana Spears, Lisa Lawson, Julie Nobel, Julie Riterspock. row three: Kresti Stowasser, Julie Jewels, Crystal Shaver, Jenny Jenkins, Kim Hatfield. 65 68 George D. Clark, Principal David H. Edwards, Asst. Principal Nancy Easter, Secretary Carolyn Murphy, Secretary Eleaner J. Swann, Secretary Robert Bailey, Counselor Beverly Brown, Counselor William Adams, Social Studies Lewis Ball, Social Studies, Athletic Director Margy Barrett, Talented and Gifted, English Sara Bias, Spanish William Bias, Driver Education, Gymnastics Judith Black, Typing, Shorthand, General Business Jeffery Boehm, Band Director Charles Buzzard, English Claude Chapman, Accounting, General Business Denis Chapman, English, Yearbook Anna Clagg, Typing, General Business, Office Procedures Sallye Clark, English Terry Costa Special Education Louise Crum, Math, Computers Cathy Danford, Special Education Janelle Edwards, Physical Education Clyde Gibson, Voc. Agr., Career Exploration Gertrude Holley, Biology Don Jenkins, Chemistry, Physics Diane Kuhn, French, Latin Robert Lambert, Driver Education Larry Langdon, Art, Photo Media Philip Leist, Librarian Sandra Lunsford, Math Bane McCracken, Driver Education Dennis Miller, English Michael Murphy, Biology Wilma Murrell, Voc. Home Economics Robert Overmoyer, Social Studies, TV Production Jeanette Patterson, Special Education Jane Pemberton, Permanent Reserve loAnn Potter, Health, Physical Education Allyson Schoenlein, English, Speech, Journalism Ira Sowards, English Barbara Spencer, M.D.E. James Stewart, Math Lucy Sullivan, Voc. Home Economics Sandra Wisman, Vocal Music, Piano Ann Workman, Math George D. Clark principal Mr. George D. Clark has been the principal at Milton High School for the past three years and has made quite a few changes for our school. Last year he supervised the construction of the new art room and the remodeling of the Wilson building into a multipurpose facility. The biggest change since Clark has arrived has been the cleanliness of the building. He is always fighting for bigger and better things for our school. The biggest part of Mr. Clark's life has been dedicated to education. 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Childers 48, 100 Terry Chinn 135 Cecil Christian 41, 112 Amber Clagg 135 Jackie Clagg 45, 44, 48, 135 Jeffery Clagg Lisa Clagg 100 Patrick Clagg 59, 135 Paula Clagg 52, 135 Rex Clagg 135 Sally Clag 125 Alvin Clar Christina Clark 112 Gera1d Clark 135 Mary Clark 45, 135 Nila Clark 101, 52 Roy Clark 135 Sherry Clark 112, 119 Teresa Clary 59, 125 Tammy Clay 59, 135 Billy Cobb 125 Kelly Colemem 125 Cheryl Collins 135 Debra Collins 135 Richard Collins 125 Roberto Collins 101 Heidi Combs 141 Sonya Combs 141 William Conley 101, 64, 52 Cathy Conrad 52, 125, 55 Cindy Conrad 125 Constance Conrad 135 Dale Conrad 125 Robin Conrad 101 Sheri Conrad 135 Steve Conrad 125 Jeffrey Cook 135 Anita Cooper 135 Brenda Cooper 52, 125 Darrin Cooper 47, 135 Gary Cooper 101, 39 Mark Cooper 101 Martha Cooper 102 Stephen Cooper 125 Tim Cooper 125 Mark Cox 130 Mike Craig 41, 48, 58, 59, 57, 125 Rhonda Crane 135 Gary Cremeans 135 Kelvin Cremeans 141 Rod Cremeans 41, 56, 125 Susan Cremeans 135 Tony Cremeans Traci Cremeans 125 Wanda Cremeans 135 Traci Crow Tara Crowder 45, 102 Darren Crum 41, 46, 48, 125 Derrick Cumpston 136 Monica Cumpston 40, 63, 125 Christine Curd 102 Jeff Currey 64 Johnny Currey 102 Greg Curry 125 Jeffrey Curry 125 Barbara Cyrus 41, 45, 47, 57, 136 Jill Czewski 52, 125 D Deno Dailey 59 Larry Dailey 102 Mark Bailey 59, 56, 136 Scott Dailey 125 Steve Daile 125 Willard Dai ey Yvonne Dailey 102 Jimmy Daniels 125 Jody Daniels 136 Kenneth Davis 130 Kevin Davis 112 Kimberly Davis 136 Pam Davis 102 Tammy Davis 52, 125 Tonya Davis Sheila Dawson 141 Theresa Day 125 Wayne Day 102 Jeff Derrer 46, 125 Jenny Dial 52, 136 Deborah Dials Tim Dials 136 Tony Dickens 41, 46, 48, 59, 125 Darren Dillon 45 Henry Dillon 112 James Dillon 136 Michael Dillon 130 Susan Dillon Iona Dobson 141 Shanda Donahue 44, 51, 61, 102, 118 Suzanne Dooley 126 David Drown 112 Tim Dunavant 112 Krista Duncan 52, 126 Abby Dunlap 126, 38 Felisha Dunlap 126 Christine Dunseth 136 Rebecca Dunseth 112 Bryan Eckert Bobby Edmonds 47, 59, 102 Chris Edmonds 141 Scott Edmonds 136 Teanna Edmonds 45, 136 Tom Edmonds 126 Morris Edmunds Melissa Edwards 45, 48, 52, 136 SheHy Edwards 51, 102 Mark Elswick 126 Teresa Erwin 47, 59, 102 Stacy Eves 126 Charles Fannin 112 Jeffrey Fannin 136 Kathy Fannin 112 Missy Farley 44, 59, 126 Annette Faulkner 126 Forest Fetty 136 Randy Fields 59, 103 Lisa Finley 126 Maria Finley 103, 118, 119, 65 Robin Fischer 103 Teresa Fisher 47, 48, 52, 126 Todd Fizer 59, 136 Chris Foster 59, 136 Greg France 136 Harry Frasher 136 Mary Freeman 44, 64, 126 Sue Frenzen 45, 136 G Melissa Caddy 52, 136, 55 Gregory Gartin 136 Larry Gay 103 Brenda Gibson 126 Daniel Gibson Jeff Gibson 52, 136 Kelli Gibson 113, 52 Krista Gibson 46, 126 Lisa Gibson 112, 126 Todd Gibson 103 Lisa Gill 136 William Gill 126 Billy Gillispie 136 Mike Gillispie 57 Sherry Gillispie 136 TaRonda Gillinwater 136 Mike Glenn Eddie Glod 50, 126 Paul Glover 59, 136 Leann Godby 48, 52, 136 Joe Goodall 136 Kevin Goodpaster 41, 136 Steven Goodwin Holley Gordon 48, 58, 59, 126 Misty Grass 103 Bobbie Green 136 Vanessa Crimes 63, 126 Kent Grose 126 Heidi Grosseluemern 103 Chris Grounds Mike Guinn 103 Terri Hagan Lori Hagar 50, 52, 130 Sonyav Hale 40, 64, 126 Angela Hall 46, 103 Michelle Hall 136 Carrie Hanna 136 Kelly Hardiman 45, 52, 136, 55 Ryan Hardiman 63, 103, 39, 38 Jeff Harding 126 Kim Harlan 126 Tim Harlan 103 Eddie Harmon 126 Eddie Harner 103, 52 Amy Harshbarger 44, 104, 118, 119, 52, 39 Loretta Harshbarger 136 Mike Harshbarger 126 Tamala Harshbarger 50, 130 James A. 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Holbert 104, 56 David Holcomb 137 Joseph Holley Kelly Holley 45, 44, 48, 59, 104, 52, 137 Mary Holley 50, 112 Mike Holley 137 Clayton Horste 104, 39 Donna Huffstutler 44, 46, 47, 48, 127, 54 Kevin Hughes 56, 127 Roger Hughes David Hum hreys 50 David Hutc inson 137 Dreama Hysell 127 Ella Hysell 137 James Hysell 137 Tina H sell 137 Richar Hysell130 Russel lngles 137 Ann Ingram 21, 137 Dru Ingram 41, 48, 56, 127 Kevin Irvin 127 Todd Irvin 64, 52, 127 J Crystal Jacks 44, 127, 39 Chris Jackson 52, 127 Kim Jackson 59, 113 Tammy Jackson 55 William Jackson 137 Mitze James 137 Tracy James 127 Brian JarreH 63, 112, 114, 117 Deanna Jane" 44, 104, 115, 54 Roger Jarrell 41, 137 Laura larrell 47, 127 Chris Jarvis 104 Donald Jarvis Amy Jeffers 137 Curtis Jenkins Jennifer Jenkins 40, 47, 104, 65 Phil Jenkins 105 Jody Jesse 137 Julie Jewels 65 Amy Johnson 137 Joyce Johnson 137 Keith Johnson Monte Johnson 112 Timmy Johnson 127 James Johnston Joy Johnston 105 Sam Johnston 65, 57, 127 Troy Johnston 51, 105 Orville Jones Jimmy Jordan 127 Stephanie Jordan 52, 127 Cindy Justice 137 David Justice 127 Sandy Justice 141 K Kimberly Karnes 44, 105, 116, 119, 54 David Keadle 52, 127 Eric Keenan 137 Teresa Kelly 48, 51, 105 Chris Kemp 56, 127 Phil Kesler 137 Steve Kesler 105 Faith Kessler 112 Kimberly Ketchum 44, 46, 58, 59, 105, 114, 119, 52, 39 Kathy Kinder 118 Mary Kinder 127 Wesley Kinder 105 Frank King 112 Alicia Kinnard David Kinnard 105 Lisa Kinnard 52, 137 Ricky Kinnard 105 Kathy Kinner 105 Greg Kirby 137 Lawanna Kirby 137 Rodney Kirby 141 Angelia Kirk 45, 105, 39 David Kloman 45, 63, 127 Kim Klosterman 44, 48, 106, 64 Kelly Krepps 52, 127, 38 Karalene Kuhn 137 Laura Lahawn 52 Lisa Lambert 137 Kim Lange 127 Thomas Langham Steve Latham 127 Teddy Latham 127 Larry Lauvray 52, 127 Jonathan Laverty 137 Paul Laverty 127 Lora Lawhon 137 Doug Lawson 106 Lisa Lawson 65, 52, 137 Robert Lawson Tina La ne 137 Michae Layne 112 Darla Leadmond 7, 13, 44, 48, 106, 115, 117 Geoffrey Legg Angela Lewis 48, 127 Bryon Lewis 127 Christine Lewis 45, 112 David Lewis 138 Kelly Lewis 63, 106, 114, 52, 138, 54 Lisa Lewis 106, 52 Mathew Lewis Melissa Lewis 112 Michelle Lewis Randy Lewis 41, 127 Rebecca Lewis 46, 64 Scott Lewis 44, 48, 63, 106, 115, 116 Tiffan Lewis 127 Wen y Lewis 23, 44, 48, 58, 59, 106 Carol Lingerfelter Brian Linville 59, 138 Chris Linville 106 Sandra Livermore 106 Linda Loges 44, 106, 119, 52 Rod Lowe 47, 127 Kelly Lucas Natalie Luellen 127 Brooke Lunsford 56, 127 David Lunsford 127 Kelly Lunsford 41, 44, 127 Kevin Lunsford 41, 112 Larry Lunsford Melanie Lunsford 51, 106 Tonya Lunsford 107, 52 Kristin Lutz 52, 138, 55 Charlotte Lyons 50, 127 Dale Lyons 138 Jessica Machmer 48, 64, 52, 128 Marsha Mankin 45, 107 Roger Manning 128 John Manns Naaman Manns 107 Patressa Manns 128 Paul Marcum 52, 138 Roshell Marcum 138 Mark Mayday 138 Andrea Martin 50, 128 Lynn Martin 128 Heather Martin 138 Jeffory Martin 138 Jessica Martin Kimberly Martin 138 Lisa Martin 138 Ronald Martin Rhonda Martin 107 Tammy Martin 45, 107 Tim Massey 63, 107, 114, 117, 138 Tyler Massey Lisa Mathley 41, 44, 46, 107 Teresa Mayes 107 Richard McCallister 138 Timothy McCallister 50, 51, 112 Michael McClung Ron McClung Dreama McClure 128 Pam McComas 52, 138 Terri McComas 48, 52, 128, 55 Melinda McCoy Mike McCoy Mitsy McCoy 107 Tina McCoy 138 Lu Lu McCracken 128 Charles McCroskey 128 Terry McKinney 138 Michael McLaurin 44, 138 Terry McLaurin 107, 54 Leslie McVey 45, 138 David Meadows 59, 107 Deanna Meadows 138 Dwayne Meadows 41, 107 Kimberly Meadows 138 Tison Meadows 138 Gail Mees 138 Deanna Midkiff 46, 108, 52, 55 Lorrie Midkiff 128 Larry Milbee 63, 108, 119, 38 Tracy Mills 130 John Mincer 48, 59, 65, 138 Douglas Mohr 113, 115, 138 Dora Mohr Linda Mohr 138 Michelle Mooney 138 Angela Moore 45, 138 Philip Moore 138 Jimmy Morris 108 Stephanie Morris 128 Deanna Morrison 59 Eric Morrison 45, 52, 138 James Morrison Jamie Morrison 112 Hank Morrison 130 Mary Morrison Penny Morrison 51, 113 Rick Morrison 52, 128 Rob Morrison 128 Suzanne Morrison 40, 44, 47, 48, 59, 138 Amy Mounty 52, 138 Sherry Mullins 128, 38 Jennifer Murrel 19, 48, 61, 108 Jill Murrell 44, 52, 138 Lisa Murrel Lisa Myers 108, 117 Kandi Myler 108 Rena Nacke Davy Neal 59, 138 Karen Neal 138 Michelle Neal 139 Kelvin Nelson 139 Douglas Newmeyer 139 Nickie Newman 128 Robert Nibert Angie Nicely 47, 57, 12B Deanna Nicholas 130 Susan Nicholas 139 Julie Nobie 40, 47, 65, 139 Matthew Norris 59, 139 0 Lisa Owens 128 P Brent Pack 128 Jeff Parsans 112 Jon Parsons 112 Mary Parsons 139 Shaun Patton 63, 108 Tammy Pauley 141 Bill Pauley 112 Jack Perkins 128 Karen Perry 112, 65 Michael Perry 139 Lisa Persinger 139 Kiyo Peterson 130 Roger Peyton Ronald Peyton 108 Scott Peyton 23, 59, 128 James Pingley 139 Joseph Pingley 139 Beth Plumley 141 Robin Porter 139 Alisa Powell 139 Artie Powers 47, 128 Shana Pullen 108 Aligany Purch 51 Linda Previte 128 Tanya Prichard 47, 59, 139 Q Greg Queen 139 Sherry Queen 40, 139 R Billy Racer 56, 128 Tom 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