Morton Memorial Schools - Retrospect Yearbook (Knightstown, IN)

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Vocational... Activities .... Recreation .... Students sk Museums, DEDICATION MR. WILLIAM D. MURCHIE We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and eighty-eight, proudly dedi- cate the 1988 Retrospect to Mr. William D. Murchie, Director of the Bureau of Institutional Support Services. Mr. Murchie has been instrumental in helping to make possible all construc- tion atThe Homesince1962. Buildings constructed since that time include Lowder Hall, Jackson Hall, Cortner Cottage, American Legion Boy's Residence Hall, and the swimming pool as well as the rehabilitation of many of the older buildings. Mr. Murchie has also been instrumental in updating statutes that control l.S.S.C.H. The welfare of the children of The Home has been a priority of Mr. Murchie's for 25 years. Many students today don't realize that it is he who is responsible for opportunities and facilities they now enjoy. Dr. Woodrow Myers, Jr., State Health Comrriissioner, praised Mr. Murchie highly when he said, "Bill Murchie isa team player, he is extremely knowledgeable and has a great deal of insight into the problems of lagency survival' ...... " Mr. Murchie has always been there for the children of The Home and we appreciate it. Mr. Murchie began his work with The State Board of Health in 1954. He served as a captain in the U.S. Air Force from April 1951 until February 1954. He graduated from Indiana University with a B.S. in Business Administration in 1942. We, the Class of 1988, along with the staff, teachers, employees, and all the children of The Home, wish to express our heart--felt gratitude to Mr. Murchie. Indiana State Board of Health Woodrow A Meyers, Jr., M.D. State Health Commissioner Governor Robert D. Orr T.S. Danielson, Jr., M.D. Steve DeMougin Roger Beasly Assistant Commissioner Assistant Commissioner Director Bureau of Special Services ef' s Rjgiggifwj jiwkj .T Sw 'ft JW? Wife iw ASM xg JJ Superintendent and Mrs. S. W. Brewer ADVISORY COMMITTEE --e Sitting: Jane Nowlin, Rene' Spencer, Vitailas Steckler. Standing: William Cald well, William Jackson, Dr. Terry J. Kyie. 6 INSTITUQQJGNAL oFFlcERs F 5 2 -- if 'K y J' P Milli Mr. S. W. Brewerx Dr. John R. Wlttkamper Dr. Anthony J. Triarsi Mr. Jules Elzey Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Superintendent of Schools Recreation 81 Athletic Director of Administration t Mrs. Mary Lou Cox Mr. Richard Evans Mr. James Hart Dr. Rai Johnson Program Director Supervisor of Instruction Program Director Staff Psychologist Rev. Mervin D. Kilmer Mr. M. D. Romero Dr. Craig Spence Mr. Paul Wilkinson Program Director Physical Plant Director Medical Director Vocational Director 7 Throughout the years the Ameri- can Legion and Ladies' Auxiliary have provided much appreciated support for the Home and all it's children. In 1919 the Indiana Department Commander of the Legion appointed a committee to study and work with the officials of the Home for the benefit of the children. Each Commander since that time has appointed a Knightstown Home Committee. The Auxiliary's Department of Indiana began functioning in 1922 with child welfare being one of their major concerns. The posts and their members sponsor divisions and individuals throughout the year. Sponsors provide gifts on birthdays and other holidays and hold parties for the children at Christmas time. Their biggest event is Legion Day which takes place in September each year. On this day there is a variety of performances, games, rides, and refreshments. The money raised goes toward the purchase of Christmas gifts for the children. This year the Legion has helped raise money for an honortripto Florida for a week. Highlighting the students stay will be visits to Disney World and Epcot Center. Among the numerable other things the Legion and Auxiliary do for the Home is the funding of the Retrospect. Top: Children enjoy one of the many games and refreshment stands at Legion Day. Middle: The Color Guard from the Ameri- can Legion Speedway Post 4500 performs their drill which placed them runners-up at the National Convention which was held in San Antonio, Texas. Bottom: DEPARTMENT HEADS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION AND AUXILIARY: il to ri Sitting - Betty Beaty, Irma Ward, Larry Bartlett, Mrs. Bartlett, Naomi Sheets. Standing - George Wilkerson, Betty Wil- kerson, Clyde Black, Lavelle Black, Bonnie Brewer, S. W. Brewer. 8 fi xv Top: American Legion Auxiliary Unit 3495 Color Guard from indianapolis perform a sensational performance before a Legion Day crowd. Center Left: The children have fun with the clowns on Legion Day. Center Right: Santa and his helpers spend time with the children at Christmas. Left: The many people expressing their enjoyment of the food and rides on Legion Day. 9 The Alumni Association originated in 1892. And to this year of 1987 - 1988 the Association has been active with the Home and its kids. Homecoming, the biggest event of the year, was a big success as it always is. The classes of 1937 and 1962 were honored for their golden and silver anniversaries respectively. Joan Bell Hart wasthe recip- ient of the "Alumni of the Year Award." This year the Alumni Assoication suf- fered the loss of their president, Jack E. Thompson. Mr. Thompson died in his home on Anugust4, 1987. Jack Thompson was an active man who gave much of his life to helping others. He will be missed by all. Top: Swing Choir performing their last perfor- mance under the direction of Rick Seaver. Middle Left: Joan QBelll Hart speaks a few words after she receives her "Alumni of the Year" award. Middle Right: Rick Seaver and Dr. Michael Long, both former students, relive their quartet days at the Homecoming dance. Bottom: One of the big events at Homecoming is the dance, many couples enjoy spending time and chatting with former friends and aquaintances. M Making ow 61 rk Linson Ray Aikman Robert Patrick Barrows Donna Kay Bear x . D1 ' ' Laura Kay Borders Vincent Joseph Branciforte Corey Damon Couch Biiiie Artice Cox .Joyce Lee Cox !Treasurerg Ticy Cox, Vice-President: Vince Branciforte President: Dawn Dwigans, Historian. Barbara Jeanie Crago Allison Lynn Curtice Craig Allen DeLucio Timmothy Burdette Dunham Dawn Michelle Dwigans ' 13 CLASS OFFICERS ll to ri: Allison Curtice, Secretary- JE X X Cassandra Dale Flater Patricia Lynn Goodwin John Paul Grigsby The students in Senior Foods Class made the gingerbread houses. Megan Yocum and David Phillips placed 3rd, Craig DeLu- cio and Wendy Silver placed 2nd, Joyce Cox, Ticy Cox and Cassie Flater placed 1st, Rob Barrows and Dustin Howell placed 5th while Sherry Zacharias and Donna Bear placed 4th. First semester writers for The Home Journal were U to rl: First Row - Megan Heberden, Pat Mildenburg, Ticy Cox. Second Flow - Wendy Silver, Cassie Flater, Vince Branci- forte. Third Row - Aaron King, Miss Schonhardt, Megan Yocum, Corey Couch. 14 1 , . J. Q me S. is .R .., 1 O W qv--'CQ U BZ-F , ml M lf, A X :gli 1 X l, ' i f vii iillllltgi- ,W l.. -lit ,Wi il' , fix' 1' lrle ming! L is .f , X X 3 1.53 K ,bs .. .H . ,- " T 97 N ' Ei 5: .,' -.'5,!- ' Sf' ' S ' ' -9- S -'Shi F131 ,::, i "-. L Q : If - ,. ,-ff - -:,. :.- off. -me N. an Q we aa, 3 JK W x 3' if . 'f if A i. X N X Q Q X v Em 9 Q M .5 4 '55 W X ' L R 9 1, tgxif ,E X si v f Q N ff. ' 2,555 33 3 S A , , 3 f 5 at S xxx l if M2532 gm Q Q N we X wal? L S Riffs? N ,gif A Q 4 is Q s Q3 Qi we 435 ik L 35 Xt is 3 as iz 5 i. S if Hx X Megan Leigh Heberden Cheryl Deanne Herring Harold Dustin Howell Joseph Allen Jones Tracy Le sax- -'. :ee sm is K qs" M no . L if 1 WE X X if: fs, F-5. I :rar-:sf-W V . 52251152 A -..1fQ.f3 .. -H -we -fa W. , 'ii'i . :fa-irish A K. - gfggggjigfL.g.gHk 1 ,ii Y ,:ife'EE: ff' .f" 2 xx yi '?:E:.,::, . Q 1: X. ,L . 511 g o Q " A . E fx w'Qw5:E?k1-T? Gina Rae Kelley Aaron Wayne Ki U9 e Keating David Leroy Lolla, Jr Lisa Camille Lollis Kirk Judson Markey Patrick Buel Mildenburg SENIOR COUNCIL QI to ri: First Row - Kirk Markey, Craig DeLucio. Second Row- Megan Heberden, Joyce Cox. Third Row - Vince Branciforte, Allison Curtice, Dawn Dwigans, Ticy Cox, Mr. Fleberger. Angela Christine Montgomery David Michael Phillips Eden Michelle Sampley so .. 55 5 .q:-.-f: K Wendy Lynn Silver Amy Ellen van der Vliet Mary Margaret Yocum KKDFNA 1 .le, ,ee.e Pamela Denise Snodgrass Debra Lynn Swindle lllu-.- "2 V ini SECOND SEMESTER JOURNALISM: Clockwise - Miss Schonhardt, Kirk Markey, Linson Aikman, Dustin Howell, Shelly Samply, Rob Barrows, David Phillips, Tricia Goodwin, Vince Branclforte, Corey Couch, David Lolla, Craig DeLucio, Joyce Cox. Sherry Jo Zacha ias 17 SENIOR DIRECTORY LINSON RAY AIKMAN Academic Senior Play 4, Track 4, Photography Club 4, ROTC 3-4. ROBERT PATRICK BARROWS Vocational Printing Echo Staff 4, Concert Band 1-2-4, Pep Band 1-4, Basketball 2, OEA 2-3-4, VICA 3-4, Art Club 1, ROTC 3, Cheerblock 2-3-4. DONNA KAY BEAR Vocational Dental Assisting Basketball 1, Track 1, OEA 2-3, VICA 4, Art Club 4, Color Guard 2-3, Drill Team 2-3-4, Cheerblock 1-2-3, Choir 1-2-3-4, Jubilee Days Queen Candidate 3, Rifle Team 3-4. LAURA KAY BORDERS Vocational Barbering Class Officer 1-2, Senior Play 4, Concert Band 1-2, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Basketball 3-4, Track 3, Sports Manager 1, OEA 2, VICA 3-4, Photography Club 1, Drill Team 3, Optimist Good Citizen 4, Cheerleading 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4, Swing Choir 1-2-3-4, Jubilee Days Queen Candidate 4. CRAIG ALLEN DELUCIO General Basketball 3-4, Track 3, Cross Country 3-4, OEA 4, VICA 3, ROTC 3-4, Rifle Team 4. TIMMOTHY BURDETTE DUNHAM Vocational Printing Class Officer 1, Basketball 1, Track 3,VICA4, Color Guard 3, Drill Team 1-3-4, Cheerblock 3-4, School Spirit Award 3, Swing Choir 1-3- 4, Rifle Team 3-4. DAWN MICHELLE DWIGANS Vocational Business Class Officer 4, Senior Play 4, Volleyball 4, Basketball 2-3-4, Track 2-3, OEA 3-4, Photo- graphy Club 4, Color 2-3, Drill Team 2-3, Cheerleader 3-4, Cheerblock 2, High School Choir 2-3-4, Swing Choir2-3, Student Admin- istration 3-4. CASSANDRA DALE FLATER Vocational Barbering Echo Staff 4, Volleyball 3-4, Basketball 3-4, Track 4, OEA 3, VICA 3-4, Art Club4, Science Club 4, Cheerleading 4, Cheerblock 3, Choir 3-4 Swing Choir 3-4. vlNcENT JosEPH anANciFonTE l.mOtJE.g L - Academic Class Officer 3-4, Echo Staff 4, Track 3-4, OEA 3, ROTC 3-4, Boys State 3, Optimist Good Citizen 4, Cheerblock 3, Richard Lugar Symposium 3, Rifle Team 3-4. COREY DAMON COUCH Vocational Bakery Class Officer 2, Basketball 3-4, Track 2-3-4, VICA 3, Drill Team 1-2. BILLIE ARTICE COX Vocational Business Home Economics 1-2-4, Class Officer 1-2-3- 4, Senior Play 4, Echo Staff 4, Volleyball 1-2- 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, OEA 3-4, Club Officer 1, Girls State 3, Basketball Queen 3, Altrusa Girl 4, D.A.R. Good Citizen 4, Optimist Good Citizen 4, Cheerleading 1-2- 3-4, Richard Lugar Symposium 2, Choir 1-3- 4, Swing Choir 3-4, Student Council 4, Student Administration 3-4. JOYCE LEE COX Vocational Business Class Officer 2-3, Echo Staff 4, Concert Band 2-3, Pep Band 2-3, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Basket- ball 1-2-3-4, Track 1, OEA 3-4, Art Club 1-2-3- 4, Photography Club 2-3-4, Science Club 2-3-4, OEA Historian 4, Art Club President 2-3-4-, Girls State 4, Optimist Good Citizen 4, Home Economics Club 2-3, Cheerblock 1-2- 3-4, Swing Choir 1-2-3-4, Dan Quayle Sym- posium 4. BARBARA JEANIE CRAGO General Senior Play 4, Concert Band 2-3-4, Pep Band 2-3-4, Jazz Band 2-3-4, Track 4, VICA 3, Art Club 4, Drill Team 2-3, Cheerblock 2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3, Swing Choir 2-3-4. ALLISON LYNN CURTICE Vocational Dental Assisting Class Officer 4, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Basketball 2, Cheerblock 1, HOSA 3, Science Club 4, ROTC 1-2-3-4, Choir 2. 18 PATRICIA LYNN eooowini. Modified Academic Senior Play 4, Echo Staff4, Concert Band 3-4, Pep Band 3-4, Jazz Band 3-4, Home Econom- ics Club 3, Cheerblock 4, Optimist Good Citi- zen 4, Choir 3-4, Swing Choir 3, Student Administration 3-4. JOHN PAUL GRIGSBY Vocational Printing Concert Band 3-4, Jazz Band 3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Track 1-3, Cross Country 3-4, OEA 1-2, VICA 3-4, Color Guard 3-4, Drill Team 3-4, Cheerblock 1, Baseball 1-2. MEGAN LEIGH HEBERDEN Vocational Barbering Student Council 4, Sports Manager 3, VICA 3-4, Art Club 2-3, Photography Club 4, Science Club 4, Cheerblock2-3-4, Basketball Queen 4. CHERYL DEANNE HERRING Vocational Barbering Concert Band 3, Basketball 3-4, VICA 3-4. HAROLD DUSTIN HOWELL Vocational Bakery Senior Play 4, ROTC 1 -2, Cheerblock 3, Choir 4. JOSEPH ALLEN JONES, II Vocational Printing VICA 3-4, ROTC 3-4. TRACY LEE KEATING Vocational Business Class Officer 1, Senior Play 4, Volleyball 1-3- 4, Basketball 1, OEA 3-4, Science Club4, Drill Team 2, Cheerleader 3-4, Cheerblock1-2-3- 4, Swing Choir 3, Choir 1-2-3-4. GINA RAE KELLEY Vocational Barbering Senior Play 4, Basketball 4, Track 4, Sports Manager 4, Cheerblock 2-3-4, VICA 4, Drill Team 2-3-4, Choir 2-3-4. AARON WAYNE KING Vocational Barbering Senior Play 4, Echo Staff 4, Concert Band 1-2-3-4, Pep Band 2-3-4, Jazz Band 3-4, Track 1, Cross Country 1, VICA 3-4, Art Club 1-2-3, Drill Team 4, Cheerblock 1-3-4, Choir 4, Swing Choir 1-3-4. DAVID LEROY LOLLA, JR. Vocational Bakery Basketball 3-4, Track 3-4. LISA CAMILLE LOLLIS Vocational Barbering Volleyball 4, Basketball 3, Track 3, Sports Manager 3-4, VICA 3-4, Drill Team 2-3, Cheerblock 3-4, Choir 3-4, Swing Choir 4. KIRK JUDSON MARKEY Academic Echo Staff 4, Basketball 3-4, Track 3-4, Cross Country 4, Science Club 4, Optimist Good Citizen 4, John M. Jordan Good Sports Award 4. PATRICK BUEL MILDENBERG Modified Academic Echo Staff4, Concert Band 1-2-3-4, Pep Band 1-2-3-4, Jazz Band 1-2-3, Basketball 1, Track 1-2-3, Cross Country 1-2-3-4, OEA 3-4, Drill Team 2-3-4, Club Officer 4, Boys State 4, Optimist Good Citizen 4, Cheerblock 3-4. ANGELA CHRISTINE MONTGOMERY Modified Academic OEA 3, Drill Team 3-4, Cheerblock 4. DAVID MICHAEL PHILLIPS Vocational Electronics Concert Band 3-4, Pep Band 3-4, Jazz Band 3-4, Track 3-4, Photography Club 3, Drill Team 2-3, Cheerblock 2. EDEN MICHELLE SAMPLEY Sf General Echo Staff 4, Concert Band 1-2, Pep Band 2, Sports Manager 1, OEA 2-3, VICA 2, Photo- graphy Club 2-4, Science Club 4, ROTC 1-2- 3-4, Club Officer Cheerblock 2, Choir 1-4, Swing Choir 2-3-4. WENDY LYNN SILVER Modified Academic Senior Play 4, Basketball 4, Track 3-4, VICA 3, Drill Team 4, Cheerblock 3-4. PAMELA DENISE SNODGRASS General Track 2, Science Club 1. DEBRA LYNN SWINDLE Home Economics Track 4, OEA 2, Art Club 2-4, Drill Team 1-2- 3-4, Swing Choir 3, Class Officer 2. AMY ELLEN van der VLIET Modified Academic Senior Play 3, Volleyball 1, Basketball 3-4, Track 3, OEA 3, HOSA 3, Art Club 2, Drill Team 1-2-3-4, Cheerblock 4, Swing Choir 3. MARY MARGARET YOCUM 'Vocatinal Business OEA 3-4, Drill Team 4, Cheerblock 4, Choir3. SHERRY JO ZACHARIAS Vocational Bakery VICA 3-4, Cheerblock 1-2-3-4. EMPLOYEES INFORMATION OFFICE KI Io rj: Shirley Whitfield, Pafia Ertel. Alice Ann Leisure Superlnfendenfs Office I Fern Evans Avis Johnson Social Service Secretary Dean's Offlce I , 5 Linda Gere Social Service N ' EEZ? Q23 Trudy Nichols Social Service A Mary Lou Watkins Englneerlng Office Ruth Sweet information Office Mona Walker Social Service STUDENT BANK U to rj: Gladys Boatright, Tena Harris. BUSINESS OFFICE U to rl: Sharon Hutson, Linda Jordan, Rita Wyatt, Janet Sutton, Deidre Patton. l Marjorie Reeves STEAM PLANT fl to rj: Terry Gibson, John Tompkins, George Magee, Main Building Janitor John Vanosdol, Chuck Williams. Jesse McCleeSe STOREROOM U to rj: Ralph Case, Bob SEWING ROOM 0 to rj: Donna Miller Recreation Polk. Ramona Sorrell, Regina Rudicii: 'ti W X DINING ROOM U Io rj: Kathy Christ, Mary Smith. Bernida Cook Steve Morrow Dining Room Janitor Dining Room Janitor COUNTER LADIES II to rl: Lueisea Alford, Mertie Rich- COOKS II to rl: Opal Garner, Barbara Butler, Carol Smith mond, Jean Hardwick, Emma Schweikhardt. Mary Brown. DISH ROOM U to rj: Tammy Cook, Chris Sullivan, R.N. Deborah Hamm, RN. Evelyn Langley. Elery Dixon Recreation CARPENTER SHOP U to ri: Lewis Riddle, Billy Thompson. VOCATIONAL MAINTENANCE U to rj: Dale Manning, John Fergu- son, Jim Higgins. 22 l if iii? filll ll S fi Wendy Kornman Brent Hickman Recreation Recreation ti - ri 1 F ,E T .km 1 F Q .,,,, it i LAUNDRY U to ri: Marsha Griffin, Lee Plank, Betty Armstrong. -L... --wsu' A ff - TY, 5 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE fl Io rj: Larry Spence, Wendell Williams. xxx R li X' 4' 'SWA 'Qi W, Virgil Fox COUNTER LADIES ll to rj: Norene Wyatt, Donna Dickerson, Rox- Food Supervisor anne Polk. Meritha Selman Dlnlng Room 2 .mmf M-.M -P-KW' Gerry Case SECURITY fl to rl: Phyllis Doty, Jay Farmer, Ginger Loveall. Cook by-i"'4-nb.. Arnold Butler Nancy Vaughn Steve White Security Chief Tutor Tulor 1.-4 HOUSEPARENTS - Slttlng U to rj: Sheila Witham, Margaret Warner, Homer Warner. Standing: Beverly Mar- tin, lda Mae Farmer, Mary Bir, Bill Evans, Andrea Etchison, Linda Lair, Jeanette Williams, Scott Alexander. 1 l Wanda Hinshaw COTTAGE SUPERVISORS fl to rj: William Carnes, Tony Hickman Cottage Supervisor Oleta Jarvis. Cottage Supervisor HOUSEPARENTS - Slttlng fl to ry: Julian Lunsford, Billie Sloan, Judy Smith. Standing: Bill Suttles, Betty lrvin, Fton Cameron, Teresa Upchurch. 24 2 aff? " 1 ,I ig if I .4 HOUSEPARENTS-Slttlng U to rl: Eolah Akers, Ken Gabbard,Jan Sims. HOUSEPARENTS - Slttlng QI to rj: Betty Legg Standing: Jean Jenkins, Garnett Selvidge, Linda Gabbard, Paula Swift, Phyllis HGCK- Standing! ESTIWGI' STOHG- Robbie McGee. GROUNDS U to rj:Dave Johnson, Paul PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCEQIIO rI:WiI- Howard Clark Conley. Sitting: Charles Beaver. lard Sparks, Ralph Ingram Security I g A4 SECURITY fl to rl: Sandy Thompson, Tim Swift. HOSPITAL U to rl: Dorothy Richey, Gladys Tucker, Denise Hay- worth, Flo Abrams, Vicki Ferguson. 25 STEAM PLANT QI to rj: Owens, Larry Rivers. HOSPITAL 0 to ry: Gloria Butler Kay Jones. Jack Cook, VGFNS MGE-'69, Gayron H- STEAM PLANT U to rj: Paul Solomon, Gregory Gilaspy, Mark Tompkins. , Louise Duncan Hospltal S . Eff --'- 5 -f . .,.. 'I' ,-" .. M 5 l gy -- ,-.Ufflf Yea gg' ' P .Eff x K . S ., w x 1 . .5459 , Q : ,Q ,- u+if1'r'f?"o1l'i-tifwgfwri of 'lf 'I ' R5-E 1 so Q' " Jeff Hamm Vocatlonal Malntenance 26 -fi Qi' .fi 23,5 ,af xg. Wflfffm A QS itz- 5 Flkglfii Qwfzfk to - .rim of 'X-:fir it of 25f7lii'ksfe is . sL:1,,f.3 by 5? , ' kj, v gut? A , 1 5- , -' .. Q,-L-I MQf.'-w" .L , S' - A "E?fi1f'3i' Q? oyooo QM S k..L, . Tnf aiggl, f asf: 'i-mggv ' kggf k of 1, Yi X wg S ffl fr . ls. gf? f XL, A 'N Q 1-'f 1 V' riff Y ,Q N2 it 4 fi 5-45' 1'-'ii-P ' kk-I Jan, ful Y. V- L V . xv fr.. - I :Q:.1 ' 'wg ix -:fn Ty i:.' ,fe Betty Linhens Food Supervisor 1 hrtfgsfiitf GARAGE U to rj: Hack Tompkins, Ralph Chew, Jack Stoteh. Donna Brooks Barbara Allen Cook Dish Room M Making Our 61 rk Top left: Running hard in the cow pasture is Richard Spencer. Top center: Cliff Enright and Craig DeLucio running side by side on their second lap. Top right: Kirk Markey comes across the finish line with a first place and best time. Right: Pat Mildenburg and John Grigsby making a strong move. SENIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY -- Kneeling ll to ri: Managers Tony Davis, Mike Zilbermann, Pat Gabbard. Standing: Coach Jim Brown, Richard Spencer, Kirk Markey, Cliff Enright, John Grigsby, Pat Mildenburg, Craig DeLucio. JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY - Kneeling ll to rj: Jason Kent, Tracy Stafford, Deon Jones, Gary Konkle, Jason Kramer. Standing: Coach Bruce Trump, Chuck Bateman, James Howerton, Brad Cartensen, Jason Hawk, Troy Reffett, Dan Coghill. Brad Cartensen sets a steady pace. Gaining more momentum toward the end of the race, Tracy Stafford and Jason Kent close in on the opposition. Jason Hawk runs toe to toe with a member of the opposing team. Dan Coghill puts all his effort into a good race. Jason Kramer makes a strong finish at a home meet. E X V . 3? SENIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL ll to rl -- Kneeling: Angie Bangs, Sherry Hudson, Christy Bateman, Dawn Dwigans, Laura Borders, Tracy Keating, Lori Krause, Dee Dee Peckinpaugh. Standing: Coach Mischele Stearns, Gina Kelly, Allison Curtice, Barbara See, Joyce Cox, Cassie Flater, Ticy Cox, Lisa Lollis, Sarah Donnaven. Kim Sloan. Coach Stearns gives instructions to her Lisa Lollis assisted by Dawn Dwigans and Cassie team during a timeout. Flater returns the ball for a point. With Tracy Keating looking on, Cassie Flater sets one up in hopes of Dawn Dwigans going in for the spike. With a win in mind, Tracy Keating bumps the ball across the net. ,f Showing exceptional form, Angie Bangs goes up for a block. Top Left: Laura Borders watches in antici- pation as Allison Curtice returns the ball. Top Right: Trying to return the ball, Laura Borders gives the ball a good hit as Barbara See and Joyce Cox are ready to help. Center Left: Joyce Cox "sets" the ball up for the spike. J Center Right: Barbara See backs up Lori L Krause for the return. Ticy Cox goes afterthe return as Joyce Cox steps back out of her way. Laura Borders in motion for Barbara See saves a hard serve from the oppos- her famous serve. ing team. 31 JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL - Kneeling U to rl: Sarah Puckett, Tammy Chaney, Holly Bennet, Tracy Fish. Standing: Coach Ms. Wright, Shonda Curtis, Tenishia Spearman, Liz Tillberry, Wanda Pruett, Marian McClanahan. Sarah Puckett volleys the ball to the other team. Holly Bennet goes after the volleyball while Tammy Cha- ney gets ready to help. Tammy Chaney, Sarah Puckett, and Shonda Curtis watch Tracy Fish volley back to the other team. 32 Being aggressive, Kevin Feeney drives around a White's Looking for 3 receiver, Kevin FGGHGY player for an easy basket. passes the ball to Pat Gabbard. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ll to rl - Kneeling: Managers Linson Aikman, Richard Spencer. Standing: Coach Brent Hickman, Donald Gootee, Pat Gabbard, Mark Rausch, Jamie Love, Mike Zilbermann, Kevin Feeney. Pat Gabbard dribbies down court, while Mark Rausch waits to see if Mark Rausch drives in for a lay-up through a couple of he might assist him in any way. White's defensive players. 33 As John Grigsby looks on, Kirk Markey is intent on going up for two points. Being closely guarded, Cliff Enright goes up and over his opponent for a much needed basket. Corey Couch shows his skill by dribbling between two defenders, while John Grigsby is looking to assist him. Showing his style David Lolia shoots a Being blocked by two defenders with no place to go Craig DeLucio passes off to an awaiting Corey Couch in hopes of scoring or drawing a foul. three pointer, -,M i 'fi . , ,, , ,.,,. ,,,,,.x , ,,, ,i,x W . I f,,, ,Z A V 4 3, f rims C X Q mans Em MRS AETlGERS qigggg ,ZU VARSITY BASKETBALL fl to rj: - Assistant Coach Brent Hickman, Manuel Rhea, Kirk Markey, David Lolla, Mike Arndt, Craig DeLucio, John Grigsby, Cliff Enright, Corey Couch, Coach James Brown. Not knowing that Craig DeLucio is right behind him, Kirk Markey fakes an attempted lay-up. So he can stress the importance ofdefense, Coach Brown cailsa Catching a could be out of time out to regroup his players. bounds pass, John Grigsby jumps a little higher to make 35 the save. l il, as VARSITY BASKETBALL - Row 1 tl to rl: Cassie Flater, Ticy Cox, Cheryl Herring, Dawn Dwigans, Amy van der Vliet. Row 2 tl to rl: Joyce Cox, Laura Borders, Barbara See. Standing: Coach Bruce Trump, Manager Lisa Lollis. Barbara See dribbles down court as she gets ready to pass off to Ticy Cox before her opponent can try to make the steal. 5 im? ' , X it g g 4, l Mllllll Xl l its l as H f 'rna x Not knowing that she is surrounded by help, Wendy Silver fights for the rebound as Cheryl Herring steps back to avoid the travel. aa Cheryl Herring goes over her oppo- nent from the Indiana Deaf School to score two points. Bottom left: Looking for an open receiver, Amy van der Vliet attempts getting the ball inbounds before being called for a 5 second violation. Bottom center: With the tip-off in progress, Amy van der Vliet out jumps her opponent as Ticy Cox and Barbara See check out the direction of the ball. Bottom right: Being in double figures most of the games this season, Ticy Cox shows off her outside jumper shot. 36 f gifs --v' XSQQXLLQZ . Being closely guarded Christy Bateman drives down the floor, while India Dawson tries to move in for some assistance. lndia Dawson makes a fast pass to Denise Morris, only to find that the Centerville players have her completely surrounded. Wendy Silver applies some tough defense as her opponent seeks help from another one of her team mates. Trying to out run her opponent for the basket India Dawson goes on to score two points. Gina Kelley leads the pack on a fast break as the official keeps a close eye on the play. Showing the style to score, Christy Bate- man puts the ball to the hoop as the oppo- nent goes for the rebound. bd JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL - Kneeling U to rj: Gina Kelly, India Dawson Wendy Silver, Denise Morris. Standing: Coach Susie Lewis, Christy Bateman, Tricia Glenius, Carla Clemenz, Tammy Louiselle, manager Tudy Swain. 37 38 SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL - Kneeling fl to rl: Aaron Boyer, Dan Coghill, Deon Jones, James Howerton, Chuck Bateman. Standing: Rick Larrison, Josh Larrison, EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL - Kneeling il to rl: Mike Hirschey, Charles Blount. Standing: Bobby Styer, Paul Haines, Brad Carstensen, Tony Stafford, Tim See, Troy Ref- Jerry Weiss, Jason Kent, Casey Sullivan, Assistant Coach fett, Coach John Love. Diane Wright. Moving closer to the basket, Dan Coghill passes the ball off to an awaiting Jason Kent. With a little added pump, Charles Blount goes over his opponents for his famous outside jumper. Chuck Bateman dribbles around his opponent trying to get an open shot. With three Knightstown opponents on his shirt tales, Mike Hirschey quickly moves down court trying to make a fast get-away. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL - Kneeling ll to ri: Shaunda Curtis, Lori Miller, Susan Davis. Standing: Coach Susie Lewis, Liz Tillberry, Lisa Pruett, Wanda Pruett, Tracy Fish, Sarah Puckett, manager Mary McCIanahan. Not pictured is Tenisha Spearman. Tenisha Spearman finds her path to the basket cut off. Liz Tillberry applies tough defense against her opponent. Lori Miller leads the fast breakagainst Arlington Junior High. Susan Davis puts up a shot under pressure. Tracy Fish brings the ball past mid-court to set up the offense. i l Marla Clemenz gets off to a good start in the relay race. Making the connection, Peggy Johnson hands the baton off to Susan Stopher. GIRLS VARSITY TRACK ll to rj: Row 1 - Lena Dotterweich, Amy Yaraschefski, Karla Cle- menz, Susan Stopher, Marla Clemenz, Gina Kelly. Row2- Ticy Cox, Stephanie Adams, Rena Eary, Peggy Johnson, Lisa Dodd, Barbara See, Coach Mischele Stearns. Lisa Dodd races to the finish line. Wi l Q Alot of style goes into Gina KeIly's toss in the shot put. Renea Eary gives the shot her best ever Stephanie Adams hurdles her way to the finish line. Am - C Linson Aikman could qualify for sectional with this toss. Enright, start the race. 4, 5 Jumping the hurdles, Mike Zilbermann makes this event look easy. HiGH BOYS TRACK - fl to ri First Flow: Managers Tony Davis, Jeremy Jordan, Earl Lucius. Second Flow: David Phillips, Manual Rhea, Mark Rausch, Mike Arndt, David Arndt, Mike Zilbermann, Tom Lam, Frank Piggie, Craig DeLucio. Third Flow: Corey Couch, Kirk Markey, Coach Bruce Trump, Chris Paul, Linson Aikman, Colby Thorn- burg, Chris Briedinger, Vince Branciforte, Jamie Love, Jason Tanner, Cliff Enright. Get on your mark, Get set, Go ..... Kirk Markey and Cliff Corey Couch gets started off on the right foot. Cliff Enright finishes first followed closely by his competors. After running a long race, Craig Delucio crosses the finish line. Craig DeLucio and Kirk Markey give each other words of encouragement before a long cold race. 41 JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS TRACK - Coach Diane Wright, Sarah Puckett, Janice Cross, Tracy Fish, Tracy Fish making a mad Shanda Curtis, Wanda Pruett, Maryann McCIanahan, Tenisha Spearman. dash to the finish Iine. Winner Wanda Pruett crosses the Twins Hoiiy and Cherry Gregory have Running the hurdles Teisha Spearman finishes finish line. one thing in mind, winning. first in her heat. Sarah Puckett has the wind to heradvantagein Maryann McCIanahan is keepinga Competing in several events, Lori the Iong jump. close eye on the discus after her Miller is trying her luck in the long throw. jump. 42 JUNlOB HIGH BOYS TRACK- ll to rl Josh Larrison, Paul Harris, Jason Kramer, Jeremy Weiss, Randy Vaughn, Gary Konkle, Casey Sullivan,Tracy Stafford, Billy Willi- ams, Coach Diane Wright, Deon Jones, Bryan Daulton, Jay Thompson, Mike Hirshey, Tim See, Chuck Bateman, Dan Coghill, Charles Blount, Jason Hawk, Coach John Love. With excellent form, Tim See shows his style used in the long jump. Charles Blount, clears 5' easily in the high jump. The starter is showing them the exchange stations and giving last minute instruc- tions before the relay teams start the race, Stillouthere helpingisNlr.Wright,giv- ing last minute instructions to Jay Thompson. Concentrating on his next throw, Dan Coghill gives it his best. After a long race Jason Kramer and Brian Daulton are nearing the finish line. 43 GlRL'S SOFTBALL - Kneeling ll to ry: Lori Krause, Dawn Dwigans, Allison Curtice, Donna Bear, Barbara See, Stephanie Adams. Standing: Coach John Betz, Cheryl Herring, Laura Borders, Dee Dee Peckinpaugh, Lisa Krause, Assistant Coach Gina Kinnamon. Donna Bear tries to make it to first Joyce Cox waits on just the pitch to try and steal base before the ball. second base. Barbara See takes a mighty swing Allison Curtice shows the proper form Running back to first base where it is at the ball. to pitch a softball. safe is Lori Krause. 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Trlarsl llkl y Director Superintendent of Schools Myron Applegate James Brown George Cann Science, Math Social Studies, Basketball Math, Science 81 Cross Country Coach Phll Cole Jlll Cook Marsha Compliment Industrial Education Vocational Dental Assisting Librarian!Media ' i 'li i i 7 -" ix: l iilli if iii, 5 i ii i ma Sondra Dooley Allce Flanagan Verle Foster Business Education Vocational Barbering Physical Ed., Driver Ed., Business Mellssa Gooden Rexanna Hamm Lisa Hathaway English English Band Director i , vii' ' i i ' 1 Becky Hornlng Sgt. Jackle Hunter Donna lsom Remedial 81 Computer Jr. Fl.O.T.C. Fourth Grade Special instruction Harold Jettery Cynthia Kendall Michelle Klaclk Vocational Electronics Non-Graded Elementary Speech and Hearing ' i Jana Knot Sgt. George Lacy Mary Sue Lewis Mathematics Jr. R.O.T.C Music: Piano, Organ, Chorol l MW l l i Wi, 3 Q 1 1 il!-A i Q gf t . rf " 1.l - f Marsha Lundqulsl Cheryl Mlller Frleda Newcomer Non-Graded Elementary Basic Skills Life Science, Vocational Home Economics Joyce Plank Vonda Prlce Micheal Fleberger Vocational Cosmetology Art, Speech, Drama Industrial Education i l. l , f l Q .-. , 'T lil, ' f , as is L XV . l Marsha Rector Dennis Richardson Rlchard Rlchey Reading Vocational Baking Vocational Building Trades Vlolet Schonhardt Mlschele Stearns Bruce Trump English, Guidance Girl's Physical Education, Healtl Sixth Grade, Girl's Basketball Volleyball 81 Track Coach 8t Boy's Track Coach Palestine Vanosdol Leroy Walker Lou Nell Wilson Vocational Printing Boy's Physical Education, Vocational Home Economics Health, Social Studies Diane Wright Leah Kopp Special Instruction Senior Printer if . Debbie Ballenger John Rethertord Connie Sherwood Mary Smlth 3rd Floor Janitor lst Floor Janitor 2nd Floor Janitor Vocational Janitor Betty Dean Dorothy Dudley Connie Hunter Patrlcla Van Duyn School Secretary Federal E.S.E.A. School Secretary Vocational Secretary Chapter 1 Secretary Elementary Secretary Making Our Mark IVI One of the primary keys to learning drafting is being able to read a ruler. Mr. Pleberger explains the value of measurements when reading a ruler properly to Jason Kramer and Dan Coghill. 'ww it . ', W5 at V 1 I A z r f 1-if Z f, Q-.M i 133' i ,WH XX- iiit f.ii riii Rob Barrows, Tonya Sloan and Peggy Johnson demon- strate the gentle care needed when bathing and dressing an infant in Child Development. 54 it 1 W 2 I xx-.. Mi ' X! , w, gg gg a RX N H , it mit 1 ,ssl . Mr. Cann observes as Peggy Johnson and Kirk Mar- Before going out to the various employers in Knightstown the students in key test some of the knowledge they have gained in Business Lab go through different stages ofjob aspects. Dr. Wittkamper is Physics Class. shown here interviewing Ticy Cox as a potential employee. Studying our early ancestory, elementary students build their own villages and dress as our ancestors did in their homemade costumes. 55 The computer craz has hit MMHS, stu- dents enjoy learning as much as possi- ble in Computer Class. Shown here in the Woods Shop, Mr. Cole is explaining different procedures that are to be followed for safety precautions. 56 QAM l Mrs. Newcomer helps Allsion Curtice put the finishing touches on her prom dress that she has just completed in Advanced Sewing. The students of Mrs. Lundquist class always enjoys story time. W W'-. S1552 James Davenport explains the necessity and the purpose of all those little wires hidden in the back of our television sets. Joe Fischer is all smiles as he gets his hair cut in the Barber Shop by Rene' Harrison. l l Setting a press up to run right is no easy job, here Rob Barrows and Joe Jones demonstrate the proper procedure. Right: Mrs. Dooley gives dictation in the Business Lab. Middle: Building Trades has their hands full build- ing the new lodge at Home Camp. Below left: Aaron King is practicing thetechnique of giving a perm to Laura Borders. 58 KN. '-'ialtf .gl On the job training, a dental student assists the dentist Dr. Schroeder as she works on a patient. Vocational Trades are very important to our education. Shown below are the many different areas which are offered at the Ralph E. Eder Vocational Center. BAKERY A ifiii DENTAL ASSISTING GRAPHIC ARTS COSMETOLOGY ELECTRONICS 59 Being a student in the Business Lab can be a very dynamic experience. ln the Job interviews segment of the class, Tracy Keating is being greeted by Sharon Hutson, from the Business Office, who is acting as a receptionist for a prospective employer. W l ill t"" lil 'qi 'Lx l 1 r Hililllul Building the props for the queen coronation is one of Building Trades priorities. 60 1 if " uw.. :ull-vw .l min 'il' ,WJ ef? F522 4 if - ep- if . rm 5 ae: - N' v "ll " . 22 , 1 1' 'af' t ' , , nu li, ' - , , . ff 3 L ,, . .li-. sw ' rw . . i we m i w Wm?-KP . mk- l il Wmmgrr 1 ' tif 3 . , c, Cosmetology students spend alot of hours in the class room in order to be able to qualify to taketheirState Board Exams. lv li! if Q3 l, l ' is s' 1 V if ,N . .,....... . Wlmmwmmmmwwtmlwnmwwwemslf I lf it weren't forthe students in Vocational Bakery, bakery goods would be in short supply around the Home. Making OW' Mark ACTIVITIES BEGINNING BAND fl to rl: Row1 - Lisa Pruett, Dusty Weiss, Mary Widing. Row 2 - Randy Woodall, Jim Hall, Bradley Taylor. Row 3 - Joe Donovan, Chad Bateman, Mahlon Shuter. Row 4 - Bobby Childs. CONCERT BAND U to ri: Row 1 - Debbie Fish, Anne Burkle, Angela Spurgeon, Renea Eary, Gary Konkle, Dani Morgan, Barbara Crago, Tracy Fish. Row 2 - Cliff Enright, Rudy Cox, Tracy Stafford, Tenisha Spearman, Brian Dalton, Carla Hedrick, Tim See. Row 3 - Jason Thompson, John Grigsby, Dan McCoIlough, Victor Freeman, Robert Fry, Pat Mildenburg. Row4- Miss Hathaway, David Phillips, Eric May, Rob Barrows, Tricia Goodwin, Mark Duke. 2- 1 -f A 1152 X--Q if , ii , 'M l' "X, l 'fifsszf T Wife. ' 4, T , i , . , uf ,t if .fs l' J,-" JAZZ BAND - ll to ri:Ftow1- Barbara Crago, Jason Thompson, Rudy Cox, Debbie Fish, Eric May, Darrell Black. Row 2 - Carla Hedrick, Cliff Enright, Miss Lisa Hathaway, Director, Tim See, John Grigsby, Renea Eary, Tricia Goodwin, David Phillips. Top: Basketball games wouldn't be the same without the pep band under the direc- tion of Miss Hathaway. Left: Corey Couch leads the team through the break- through made possible by the Art Club. Center: ROTC displayed the colors at the home ballgames. Right: Junior High Cheerlea- ders take on a few helpers, Angie Cartensen and David Lolla. 63 Tricia Glenius spends her trade time help- ing out Mrs. Hunter and Miss Dudley. The school office is a very busy place where Mrs. Dean has many helpers: ll to rl Flow - 1 Stephanie Adams, Rhonda Nichols, Lena Dotterweich. Row -- 2 Lisa Lollis, Laura Borders, Mrs. Dean. Working with Mrs. Van Duyn in the Voca- tional Office is Tricia Goodwin and Dani Morgan. 64 .anim i W ...1 32 STUDENT ADMINISTRATORS fl to rj: Sitting - Lena Dotterweich, Dawn Dwigans, Dr. Triarsi, Laura Borders, Debbie Fish, Ticy Cox. Standing - Vince Branciforte, Tim Dunham, Pat Miidenburg, Cliff Enright, Mark Flausch, Aaron King. STUDENT COUNCIL il to rl: Row 1 - Ticy Cox, Vince SCIENCE CLUB ll to rl: Row 1 - Kirk Markey, Shelly Samply, Branciforte. Flow2-Tony Stafford, Charles Blount, Michele Allison Curtice, Sarah Donovan. Row 2 - Mr. Applegate, Mark Gilbert, James Howerton. Row 3 - Debbie Fish, Dr. Triarsi, Bausch, Tony Davis, Pat Gabbard. Miss Schonhardt, Denise Morris, Dan Coghill. 65 - Heather Petry, Megan Yocum, Ticy Cox, ROBED CHOIR Il to rl:Row1 Mrs Lewis Stacy Miller Tracy Keating Ticy Cox Gina Kelly Kim Sloan Tricia Goodwin, Laura Borders Christy Bateman Plow 2 Renee Stephen Dawn Dwigans Kim Hinton Shawn Grande, Aaron King Dustin Howell Evelyn Mitchell Shelly Samply Anne Burkle Susan Stopher OFFICE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION II to rI:Row1- Mrs. Dooley, Joyce Cox, Tressa Haltom, Renee Eary, Tracy Keating. Row 2 Dawn Dwigans, Pat Mildenburg. Knightstown students honored by the Knight- stown Home Optimist Club during Youth Appreciation Week were U to rj: Row 1- Joyce Cox, Tricia Goodwin, Ross McMahan, Pat Mil- denberg, Tracy Hobson. Row 2 - Ticy Cox, Eileen Mullany, Laura Borders, Stephanie Lind- say, Tammy Melton, Jana Tutrow. FIow3- Kirk Markey, Chris Paul, Vance Branciforte, Scott Knepley, Mike Johnson, Greg Geise, Gina Magee. 66 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: Darrell Black, Craig DeLuclo Joyce Cox,Wendy Silver, Sarah Donovan Carla Hedrick, Evelyn Mitchell, Earl Luclas Angela Montgomery, Allison Curtice. Flow 2 Miss Wilson Mrs. Newcomer. ,QW 8 ' lli . M lr iz ae O PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ll to rl: Stephanie Adams, Mr. Reberger, Dawn Dwigans, Megan Heberden, Chris Paul, Laura Borders. 1987-88 Basketball Queen and her Court- Megan Heberden, Queen: Dawn DAR GOOD CITIZEN Dwigans, first runner-upg Debbie Fish, second runner-upg and Amy van der Ticy Cox 67 Vliet, third runner-upr -jf . 'X n-'ff' 1 A . ff' R r i at VICA U to ri:Row1- Aaron King, Marty Sheets, Sherry Hudson, Tim Dunham, Denise Morris, Tammy Lange, John Grigsby, Rob Barrows. Flow 2 - Mrs. Flanagan, Dustin Howell, Cheryl Herring, Cliff Enright, Joe Jones, Mr. Fiebergerg Advisor. fag? iw. time f A' - P JT ' . ,. MVWWW 1 K I 4 V f f ff ff ' V 1 ... f , ' .1 ,,,, T31 - . N ' N ' ' if ' T .5 : T , " E 'T -A W li mi N N ,f ' - V VICA DENTAL ASSISTINGUtorJ: 9 3 f Sitting - Dede Abrams, Diana 3 " ' 1 Black, Christie Hall, Anna Brown. J Standing - Jodi Goldman, Kathy 5' A A 1 gggg J McDonnell, Lisa Catey, Leslie J ,. , , . it ., , Geise' Kim Anderson' Shelly D .- f . ug... N El mer. Y un i. ,lui Lx. VICA COSMETOLOGY: Sitting - Tammy Lange. Standing ti to rj: 68 Sherry Hudson, Denise Morris. Tammy Francum. ,il 'wlfftifiml R YK VICA DENTAL ASSISTING U to rj: Sitting - Karen Limburg, Julie Fellers, Donna Bear. Standing - Angela Johns, Kathy Denow Thin 6265 VICA BARBEBING ii to ri: Sitting - Patricia Huddieston, Eric Ping, Shannon Murphy, Mindy Magee. Standing - Rene' Harrison, Maria Kilgore, Rod Boyd. Wilt ART CLUB ii to ri: Row 1 - Wendy Perrine, Debbie Fish, Kathryn McCianahan, Don Gootee. Row 2 - Barbara Crago, Bob Pointek, Bobby Morris, Fran Bedei, David Arndt, Mrs. Price. FRow3 - Jeff Rider, Shawn Ziibermann, Joyce Cox, Frank Piggie, Debra Swindle, Aaron King. CHEERBLOCK il to rl:Row1- Laura Borders, Dawn Dwigans, Cassie Flater, Ticy Cox, Denise Morris. Row 2 - Wendy Silver, Amy van der Vliet, Shawn Zilbermann, Tracy Keating, Kim Sloan, Tonya Sloan, Lisa Lollis, Stephanie Adams, Megan Heberden, Joyce Cox, Tudy Swain, Christy Bateman, Jeremy Jordan, Tim Dunham. Row 3 - Donna Bear, Carla Clemenz, Christy Montgomery, Renea Eary, Sarah Donovan, Carla Hedrick, Darrell Black, Tricia Goodwin, Aaron King, Barbara Crago, Debbie Fish, Tony Davis, David Arndt, Evelyn Mitchell, Peggy Johnson. Row 3 - Gina Kelly, Frank Piggie, Rudy Cox, Tammy Louiselle, Marty Sheets, Linson Aikman, Tammy Lange, Marla Clemenz, Shawn Grande, Susan Stopher, Pat Gabbard, Earl Luicas, Wendy Perrine, Mrs. Dooley. 5 i 2 'Q ts is . HOOSIER GIRLS STATE DELEGATES HOOSIER BOYS STATE DELEGATES Denise Morris Debbie Fish Eric May Manuel Rhea Relaxing, just laying around watching TV is quite a break from the school books. lt's video game time, the boys in Division school mastering the video games. 16 enjoy the afternoon away Practice makes perfect, Maryann McClanahan and Sara Puckett go over several dance steps on an afternoon away from school. A skateboard, an afternoon out of school, and a wide open space equal alot of fun. me f ,r EF ,V ., ,,,, f ,. ,ai QT E W, f ,. an " V 1 , A '- fr - H ai M- ' Q I 51, 4 gf -f ,A , V , Hr ,, y Qi L t iyi y yy ii , 1 , f'iz X' i f' fa my rr f 3 A 1 5 33 a Y ' la M W A - My i -- 2' H ., N ' tt L 1 if " 5 A . it 1 , M is t 5 rv frr lil ,., V .. ,,,,, , A . V,VrL f a. 'f 1 ,," i' i A X , "1 4 ' , :" 5 f' ' 1 fry. V 1 "" 'k-f'f' y '5'1,k: 'ik23f-fi: j The DJ took many requests from the dancers at the Military 4 i f y i 1 4 J ' x i lwf esse 1988 Military Bali Queen Dawn Dwigans. 5 Queen Dawn Dwigans, escorted by her steadyg Joe Jones, dances to one ofthe many tunes. me Wonder why these three handsome young men can'tgetany ladies to dance with them? i i The snack table was a busy attraction at the Military Ball as Micheie Gillbert keeps the punch cups filled. The dance floor was always crowded as many couples danced the night away. Dr, Wittkamper and Shaunda Curtis are surrounded by many couples as they dance to a slow song. ' Young and old alike, Legionnaires and past employees enjoy dancing to a tune with a good smooth rythme. Senior Pam Snodgrass is enjoying the Military Ball as she dances to one of the many slow songs. N' , t I . X in Ll, ---' Morton Memorial presented "The Sound of Music" April 16. The Von Trapp Mother ADDSSS lTiCY COXJ and Mafia Rainer children singing "Do Re Mi." Sitting fl to rl: Molly Shuter, Dusty Weiss, Joey tTricia Goodwiny at the Abbey. Weiss. Standing - Laura Borders, Jason Thompson, Tracy Keating, Mary Cross. Liesel and Rolf fTony Davisl singing "Sixteen Going on Maria telling Captain Von Trapp fAaron Kingj that he should be Seventeen." more of a fatherly figure rather than a captain of a battleship, 74 5.511531 4 -BRNOWNLJS I Top: Maria is escorted to the Mother Abbess by Kurt to the wedding ceremony, Center: Mother Abbess blessing the Von M Trapps during the wedding ceremony. , 142 Max fWendy Silverj, Louisa, Elsa fDebbie Fishl and Captain Von Trapp during the big party thrown in 9 , IQ f ,,V.,,,., ,,...., honor of Elsa. l 75 Each guest had the chance to vote for the Prom Queen and King candidates of their choice. Seniors Corey Couch and Ticy Cox dance the first dance after they were crowned King and Queen of the Prom. Debbie Fish followed by herdate is greeted by Mr. 81 Mrs. Cole as they go through the receiving line. Junior Class President, Denise Morris, presents Betty Linnens with aspecial token of appreciation for her many years of hard work in the preparation of Prom Dinner. This was Betty's 36th dinner, 1988 Junior-Senior Prom April 28, 1988 'iwih 4' an , W , it 88:88 : W f 888' i 8 Enjoying their last prom, Joe, Corey, Ticy and Dawn are all smiles as they prepare to eat. I Miss Wilson and Mr. Richardson are going over the Italian menu picking Dancing to one of the many slow tune, Megan and out their favorite dishes. Cliff enjoy the excitement of the evening. 77 wt t is t F it. "Excuse me, How many pins did you say you knocked down?" Tony Davis enjoys shooting pool instead of bowling. P O S T P R O M l l l John Grigsby gives the video games a Bowling can be quite a laughing Jim Lewis checking over his score. hand- matter. -::.s:.E.j:jE,1f-,L 5 eeeee - xml ..,, .. , , .. f ' "' -Q . -tssaf igi:-.:: :ffl -kkek ,,,, Chris Paul takes aim in an alley as Joe Jones releases the ball in another, Shelly Sampley is using alot of movement to try and help more pins fall, 78 sara Puckett is reusing Kevin Feeney and JR- posesfofflie DhOtOQfapnefaSNichole-eyes Bobby Styler to get 3 move On! the french fries on his plate. There's always room left for birthday cake, Jeff Ryder and Exarniningtheirgifts,Doug Sebastain gives his rubicscubea Shayne Farmer are thoroughly enjoying it. JR. Cross explains to Nichole Palrnerthetechnique used in putting a new fishing pole together. try while Bobby Styler looks on. Debbie Swindle shows off her wash cloths and towels as Kevin Feeney tells her about his cologne. Q Many people attended the Athletic Banquet, as numerous coaches 'L k b tth ' t f . . . Spo 9 a Ou elf eams per Ormances Being the Athletic Director, Mr. Elzey spends alot of time organizing the many sporting events. A 5 Susie Lewis praises the Girls Jr. Varisty and Jr. High Without cheerleaders, the games wouldn't bethe same, teams for the effort they put forth. Mrs. Dooley thanks the cheerleaders for all of their hard work. Dr. Triarsi congratulates the many teams for their perfor- The Boys Varsity Basketball team 80 mances this season. had an outstanding season, Coach Brown was very pleased with this years team. M Making OW' gr K STUDE 'J ,,,-new-A i Michael Darrel Karla Marla Renea Cliff Arndt Black Clemenz Clemenz Eary Enright Photo Not Available Debbie Sherry Jeremy Tammy Jameson Eric Fish Hudson Jordan Lange Love May f Denise Chris Jennifer Barbara Marty Amy Morris Paul Picou See Sheets Yaraschefski Not Pictured: Chris Breidinger 82 CLASS OFFICERS: Debbie Fish, Vice- Presidentg Barbara See, Treasurerg Cliff Enright, Seoretaryg Denise Morris, President. i i 'CIF Stephanie Christy Fran Anne Vickie Beverlee Adams Bateman Bedel Burkle Caskey Craigo Tony Patty Lena Don Pat Tricia Davis Dorsick Dotterweich Earley Gabbard Gelenius Shawn Peggy Tom Tammy Earl Kathy Grande Johnson Lam Louiselle Lucius McClanahan Tammy Louiselle and friends Kevin Feeney and Relaxing a minute from bowling Manuel Rhea and Gina Kelly Marti Sheets take time out for a quick picture. prepare for their next game. Evelyn Rhonda James Wendy Mark Luke Mitchell Nichols Olive Perrine Rausch Sadler Tonya Richard Sue Tudy Colby Chris Sloan Spencer Stopher Swain Thornburg Underwood Not Pictured: Manuel Rhea gum ' 84 .L Mike Zilbermanh CLASS OFFICERS ll to rl: Mark Rausch, Presi- dentg Tudy Swain, Secretaryg Manuel Rhea Treasurerg Richard Spencer, Vice-President. i! L , , S f .ev David Heather Larry Chris Chastity Arndt Arthur Clark Cooper Cox Rudy Cox India Lisa Sarah Kevin Aleischa Michelle Dawson Dodd Donovan Feeney Gerou Gilbert Y Donald Carla Kim Christopher Stacey Gootee Hedrick Hinton Maners Miller Dannielle Morgan CLASS OFFICERS ll to rl: Bob Morris, Treasurer, Michelle Gilbert, President, Shawn Zilbermann, Vice-President, Kim Sloan, Secretary. - 85 , , , ,',, A l w ' K 'E' l Bobby Dallas Frank Bob Kimberly James Morris Outcelt Piggie Piontex Sloan Smothers The excitement of the evening is just beginning for those attending Prom as they vote for the Prom King and Queen. 86 ti Photo Not f Available .XM my V Angela Renee Jason Shawn Spurgeon Stephen Tanner Zilbermann i Lois Holly Charles Angie Shannon Bryan Arnold Bennet Blount Carstensen Chapman Daulton Susan Thomas Tracy Robert Paul Rhonda Davis Dinius Fish Frye Haines Haley Jason Mike Richard Jay Steve Dan Hawk Hirshey Larrison Lyons Marchbanks McCollough LOri Gordon Angela David Troy Christina Miller Moore Mullins Mullins Reffett Sadler Tim Ryan Tony Tracy Robert Jason S68 Shutter Stafford Stafford Styer Thompson Not Pictured: Gregary Warren EHZHDGTTI Bill Billy Tillberry Wethington Williams CLASS OFFICERS fl to rl: Mike Hirshey, Treasurerg Charles Blount, Presidentg Tracy Fish, After school, Dan McCollough Secretaryg Tony Stafford, Vice-President. keeps busy during his trade hour. 88 ,mf Angela Charles Michael John Dan Jason Barton Bateman Brewer Brown Coghill Cox Shaunda Mark Rosa Shane Victor Jim Curtis Duke Evans Farmer Freeman Howerton Deon Gary Jason Josheb Mary Sarah JODGS Konkle Kramer Larrison McClanahan Puckett Tenisha Danny Casey Jay Jeremy Spearman Stewart Sullivan Thompson Weiss Not Pictured: Randy Vaughn X CLASS OFFICERS: Standing fl to ri-Dan Coghill, President: James Howerton, Vice-Presidentg Chuck Bateman, Treasurer. Seated is Sarah Puckett and Deon Jones, Historians. l l 90 Chad Robert Joseph James Linda Bateman Childs Donovan Hall Pruett l 9 5 l I S 1 Mahlon Brad Destiny Mary Randall Shuter Taylor Weiss Widing Woodall Jonathan Mary Richard Joseph Ralph Couch Cross Donovan Fischer Jones li .fi Douglas Claudia Ronald Scott Sebastian Palmer Miller Klinge api ,E l f , 5 Markus David Korey Molly Charles Joseph Martin Morris Newton Shuter Spearman Weiss AW or f ' ' a it V - . - , ,r,, ,,,l , H wtf A Manu.-O Vr: .. X A I ,, V QM ' wt With the little amount of snow we received last year, the elementary students made good use of it in the valley. mfzn vt .L A wut l These students were the winners in a "Just Say No To Drugs" contest. Front row il to rl: Shonda Curtis, Claudia Palmer, Casey Sullivan. Back row ll to rl: Mahlon Shuter, Cory Newton, Chris Widing, Molly Shuter, Ralph Jones. GRADE THREE GRADE TWG Roger Stephanie Nicole Gregory Griffith Palmer M,-nf Sf J Jerry Tammy Earnest Adam John Cross Huff Palmer Smith Weiss GRADE ONE Desiree Karen Weiss Whisier Rhea Abigail Jennifer Deborah Joshua Ginn LeMasters LeMasters Weiss W9iSS Pre- School l Top: The elementary students had fun Left: The kids were fascinated by the big fish in the aquarium in Mr. Rebergefs Drafting Room. 'clowning' around when they took a trip to the circus, Knightstown Students as V J Tristan Ginn Raymond Klinge Tim LeMasters James Weiss Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten Knightstown Knightstown Knightstown Knightstown New Castle Area Students Roger Davis Parkview Junior High New Castle Lorna Donovan Greenstreet Elementary New Castle Robert Huff Eastwood Elementary New Castle Terry Huff Seventh Grade Building New Castle Diane Pruett Wanda Pruett Lisa Pruett Rusty Summers North Campus Seventh Grade Building North Campus North Campus New Castle New Castle New Castle New Castle , ,,. It X T. X - - V' ' MORNING VOCATIONAL GRAPHIC ARTS STUDENTS il to rj Front Row- William Hall, Jon Johnson, Mrs. Vanosdol Shayne Jones Back Row William Chandler Jeff Koontz Brian Rottinghaus, Mrs. Kopp. The Ralph E. Eder Vocational Graphic Arts Department would like to thank the American Legion for funding and our students for their many hours spent working on this book of memories. 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