New Castle Chrysler High School - Rosennial Yearbook (New Castle, IN)
- Class of 1979
Page 1 of 246
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CHRYSLER HIGH SCHOOL
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Student Life . . .
Being his usual enthusiastic self, Billy Bright
prepares for his first Senior day.
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Mother Nature has something in store for all
her creatures either to be looked upon or
used. Dogs find it most useful!
Steve Maclnally of Roadmaster kicks off the
Chrysler High School year with an early con-
cert in the Bundy Auditorium.
Chrysler High School students are always
turned on, and a green light just meant that
they are rarin' to go.
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of life, we've found that par- '
ties, going to concerts, at-
tending sporting events . . .
A successful year was evident for the football
team as they started the season with a 3 and
A flower, une fleur, un flor, anyway you say it,
it's still one of nature's more perfect objects.
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"TURN US ON"
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A feather-like caterpillar balances itself on a
blade of grass as the days of summer dwindle
to but a few.
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Broyles displays his entertaining abilities in
giving his "rowdie" version of a yell. Acting as
backup to Alan are varsity cheerleaders Angie
Fox, Kim Frost, Susan Stawick, Tammy Ma-
son and Sherri Burton. The crowd was also
honored by having the football team sing the
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Trojan Field, "Home of the Trojans." Many
nights were spent here watching the Trojans
rally to victory or succumb to defeat.
Looking skyward towards the unknown, the
midday sun casts its beauty on a weathered
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The sun hides behind a tree as another sum-
.nm av ,' - -. 4 mer day comes to an end.
Baker Pool is always popular during the long Senior Jeff Polston takes a break in the dug- Construction began in June on an expanded
hot days of summer. out during a Trojan baseball game. CHS Fieldhouse.
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The New Castle summer, a short
89 days, was welcomed by all stu-
dents this year. Even with school,
jobs, and other responsibilities, stu-
dents still found time to create their
own fun. Whether they were attend-
ing extra-curricular activities, a par-
ty, or just running around, the spirit
of being young was felt strongly and
taken advantage of by everyone.
Two members of the Trojan tennis team prac-
tice for their upcoming fall season.
A damp summer day leaves Baker Park with-
Keith Gerkin and Kameron Ford beat the heat
at a popular place for partying - "The Pit."
Student Life! 11
Partying started about 6 o'clock.
Friends got together and took off for
Indy. That was the best way, we
found to spend those Saturday
nights - sit back, relax, have a
good time and listen to solid rock-n-
lt makes everyone's night when the sexy Rod
Stewart walks out on stage.
Roadmaster lightens up New Castle at our
own Bundy Auditorium.
Stevie Tyler enchants his lndiana crowd with
his moving lips.
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' I' hearts of males at CHS with their beautiful
Led Zepplin amazes Market Square.
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was one of the largest and youngest
which Director Robert Shauver has
ever worked with. The band, which
was 149 strong, included musicians
and flag and pom-pon corps. Prac-
tice began in early July and helped
prepare the band for summer and
school year competitions. This
year's band camp was held at Saint
Joseph's College. Final touches on
the State Fair routine and initiation
of new members were the purposes
of camp. Performances also were
given at home football and basket-
ball games, convocations and con-
Drum Major Jim Razor portrays the Lone
Ranger during the band's performance at the
In all:of the band's four summer competi-
tions, the flag and pom-pon corps displayed
their elaborate routines.
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0n April 21, at 7:00 p.m. the ele-
gantly clad students of CHS entered
the created dream world of Jr-Sr.
Prom. Long hard hours were spent
planning and preparing a dance that
would long be remembered. Trying
to find a band became a chore, es-
pecially when the first band decided
to cancel. These worries and prob-
lems were forgotten, however, as
the couples walked in awe of the
magical transformation of the halls,
cafeteria, and gymnasium. Walking
, through the first hall, students had
the illusion of being on a beach,
walking into the water. Blue shim-
mering curtains hanging from the
ceiling marked the under-water de-
scent. After going through the wa-
tery illusion, they saw an under-wa-
Queen Jenny Turnbull and her court,
Diane Daniels, Deanne Dubinger, Dan-
ita Fox, Gerri Jackson, Patty Morera,
and Tammy Mason.
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' queen is obvious as Jenny Turnbull is escort-
ed to the stage by her date, Gilbert Webb.
ter sand castle on the wall which
housed a mermaid and gave the
feeling of deep, quiet waters. The
next hall was entered by crossing a
small foot-bridge that was accented
by a pool of water containing fish
and floating candles. It was a long
dock that led to the girl's gym.
Green and blue aluminum foil lined
the stairs into the girl's gym. The
gym itself was a tropical illusion. Ta-
bles were set in groups of four with a
palm tree in the middle of each
group. The ceiling was lowered by
dropping green and blue crepe
streamers. The stage had been
made into a dock by placing piles on
the corners of the stage.
At 10:00, Jenny Turnbull was
crowned 1978 Prom Queen and will
reign until May 1979.
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C.H.S. was honored this year by
two foreign exchange students. Kris-
tina Eurlin was an eighteen year old
Swede who visited here during the
school year. Along with her parents,
Kristina, or Kicki, lives with her fif-
teen year old brother, Anders, and
her dog, Vip, which stands for "Very
Important Poodle". Kicki was
housed by Les Hill's family during
her stay in New Castle. She enjoyed
skiing and most all sports. She was
very well liked by all of the people
With the wind in their hair, Kicki and Ximena
enjoy Indiana autumn weather.
who met her and will be long re-
The other exchange student was
seventeen year old Ximena Tossi
from Arica, Chile. She was here
courtesy of YFU CYouth for Under-
standingb. She stayed with the Parks
family during her visit. Although she
was not involved in many school ac-
tivities. Ximena enjoyed bike-riding,
walking, and tennis. She, too, will be
missed by everyone she met.
By the dreamy half-smile on Kicki's face, she
must enjoy talking to her caller.
While looking at CHS trophies, Ximena shows
her admiration of the school's accomplish-
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One of our own students was lucky
enough to travel abroad over the
summer. Jim Baker left the States
on June 17 for Bangkok, Thailand.
While in Bangkok, Jim lived with Mr.
Sonoah Komolopis and his son, Kai.
Jim was able to attend school while
there, but only as an observer. He
commented that the difference be-
tween rules here and in Bangkok
was very noticeable. The strictness
of the instructors at Bangkok's
school surprised Jim.
Many students noticed Jim's loss
of weight on his return. Jim felt this
was due to his lack of appetite when
he was served such dishes as squid,
chicken heads, and bamboo soup.
Jim really enjoyed his visit and was
glad for the experience and opportu-
nity given to him by the AFS fAmeri-
can Field Servicej.
Jim Baker, relaxing in Commons, shows that
traveling is fun but it is great to be home.
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What's a good way to spend extra
lime and make money while doing
it? Get a job! Many students realized
this and found employment in nu-
merous places. Vocational programs
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types of jobs during school hours,
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during weekends and after school.
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pulse at the hospital, experience
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No one can take them away.
They are stored in a portion
Of your mind that is unerasable
Even if they seem to seep away
After the years.
You've experienced a special
His memories are brilliant colors
But they soon fade to black and
They are like an old photograph.
They will haunt you
Til you grow old and die
But you can never forget . . .
Tammy Brinson - 12
Becky Trieshman -- 12
Speak gently, it is better by far
To rule by love than fear,
Speak gently: let no harsh words
The good we may do here.
Speak gently, kindly to the poor
Let no harsh tones be heard,
They have enough they must
Without an unkind word.
Speak gently to the erring knowg
They must have toiled in vain,
Perhaps unkindness made them
Oh win them back again.
Speak gently to the little child,
Its love be sure to gain.
Teach it in accents soft and mild
It may not long remain.
Speak gently to the graduating
Make his memories kind at heart
The sands of life are partly run,
Let him in peace from school
Speak gently, 'tis a little thing,
Dropped in the heart's deep wellg
The good, the joy that it may
Eternity shall tell.
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the twinkle of the stars
is even more outstanding.
It shows up like the friendships
that are within the hearts of the
millions of friends.
The beautiful glowing that shines
from within each.
They are both sights that are
rare but also beautiful
in their own modest way.
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the earth, her gown.
The rain is her soft, flowing
her distant, yet faithful friend.
light her way
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Waiting for her calling.
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Nothing in front of me
Nothing behind me
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see the grass change to a
dull, dry shade of brown.
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good example of the
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Valued antique - but
Like a dime store
And I cry tears like
Rain in March.
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the seniors of 1979 tried to establish
an atmosphere of strange happen-
ings. Whether it was writing their
own newspaper or stealing a cow,
they made the year exciting. A few
teachers were frustrated and some
kids were even confused. But with
help of the students, 1979 became a
year to expect the unexpected.
On October 30, Chrysler High School noticed
these ravishing beauties.
At 3:00 we are all glad to be getting out of
This cheerful gang brightened up the girls'
restrooms all over school.
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to the students of C.H.S. as shown
by the classy clothes they have
worn. Whether the style came out of
the 50's, 60's, or early 7O's, it was
accepted and approved of by most
of the school. Freaked hair, clogs,
double and triple pierced ears and
so many other fads were grabbed by
the stylish students. Boys and girls
alike took interest in their appear-
ance, and C.H.S. style was born.
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the young attractive females' purses. Mike Goodwin seems to enjoy
carrying one, too.
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the fashionable students.
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frizzed look was IN as Susan Booher shows off
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ior Sandy Shioley.
Parties were a well-accepted way
of filling the spare time that CHS stu-
dents found on their hands. Whether
the party was a mellow get-together
just to talk or a hard-hitting power-
party, almost everyone enjoyed the
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ery partying person was faced with
at one time or another. Some found
it to their liking to find a deserted
country road, though most pre-
ferred going to a friend's house
when his parents were gone. No
matter where the party started, it
always ended with a bang.
No matter where or when the party started,
these "party accessories" usually were
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sponsibility by keeping up their vehi-
cles. When a school event, extra-
curricular activity, or party came up,
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their cars. Even when nothing was
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"Hollywood Nights" are exper-
ienced not only in California -
Chrysler High created its own ver-
sion with Winter Dance Feb. 10. The
Student Action Committee with the
help of many other students worked
for weeks to create nightime street
scenes, large movie posters, and
black squares imprinted with cou-
ples' names and their favorite songs.
Senior Andrea Meyer was
crowned queen to climax the even-
ing. Her court and their escorts were
Kathy Stonerock and Jeff Dillon,
Cindy Sahlberg and Jerry Wade,
Rhonda York and Scott Tinsley, Deb-
bie Pentecost and Bob Greenwall,
Feryl Dubinger and Vince Kinkade,
Sherri Burton and Doyle Clemens,
Kauni Key and Jeff Johnson, Kim
Frost and David Gibson.
Committees and chairpersons
were as follows: Decorations -
Tom Thalls, Patty Thrasher, Charity
Tower, Coronation - Susan
Stawickg Publicity, Tickets, and Pro-
grams - Cindy Sahlbergg and Re-
freshments - Deanne Dubinger.
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Cheryl Tiegs, the top All-American model,
gives Farrah a run for her money.
Muhammad Ali regains his title -- proving
once again that 15 years of experience and a
big ego are hard to defeat.
For those students who chose to
stay at home and watch television, a
wide selection of stars made the
choice of shows difficult. Shows this
year ranged from drama to adven-
ture to comedy to variety. Each
show starred its own version of a
great actor, and CHS students en-
joyed almost every version, and
were loyal to their favorite stars.
Even for a rowdy frat man or a pret-
ty model, fans were infinite.
John Belushi is the nation's favorite slob -
and toga party guest.
Robin Williams hits the top of the charts in his
T.V. show, "Mork and Mindy."
The fever continues for John Travolta as he
slides from one success to another.
Kent Grlder pauses before he Shows ms Before the end of the period Angie Pheips After lunch students head toward theur next
takes tnme to tell Sherrn Burton the latest class before the belt.
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Bledsoe and Jeff Dillon would be working on
Sophomore Angie Gilstrap spends much of
her extra time competing in school gymnastic
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classes? Not exactly, but the teach-
ers try very hard to make school an
interesting place and, the Social
Studies teachers manage to do this.
In the Social Studies Department,
activities this year ranged from
guest speakers to burying a time
Yes, the Geography and Anthro-
pology classes buried a time capsule
that contained artifacts from 1978.
They hid a map and hope the cap-
sule will be open by the year 2000.
The U.S. History major concentra-
tion was towards the last century,
but they all studied the American
Revolution, the Civil War, and the
Golden Twenties. A few of the U.S.
History classes visited the Indian
Heritage Museum and the State His-
The seniors chose between Gov-
ernment and Economics or Govern-
ment and Criminology. Government
classes had a "speaker a week" pro-
motion during the fall general elec-
tion, and their rooms were littered
with political cartoons. They also
had large group discussions with po-
litical candidates. On the political
scene in Government, all seniors got
to work at the polls both in Novem-
ber and May. Economics classes had
the opportunity of studying stock,
inflation, and prices in grocery
stores, while Criminology focused
on crimes and criminals with guest
speakers from local, state, and na-
tional law enforcement divisions.
Psychology-Sociology, a senior
elective, studied the individuals in
society and group interaction. Men-
tal health was a important discus-
sion in Psychology, with visitation to
the Richmond and the New Castle
State Hospitals. Other fieldtrips in-
cluded visitation to Parker Elemen-
tary School and the Raintree lndus-
In Sociology, study concentrated
on the family, child abuse, social
change, and social class structure.
Fieldtrips and activities experienced
in Sociology involved visitation to
the Indiana Women's Prison, the an-
nual Sociology Spring party for the
patients of the New Castle State
Hospital and their Christmas Party
for a local family in New Castle.
Obviously, the Social Studies
teachers did add life to the CHS
classes. More important than this,
they have encouraged learning
which will be valuable through out
Mr. Wesseler talks to his government
class as Rex Jones takes notes.
Mr. Meyer seems to take a quick forty winks
as he waits for his classes to vote.
In Mr. Miller's Economics class, he shows
Debby Gibson how well he likes her.
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Students in industrial education
classes were given a chance to excel
in what they liked best as a broad
variety of classes was offered. At the
Senior level this year, they added
Furniture Construction. Other
classes included Woods, Home
Maintenance, Sketching and Design,
Electricity, Electronics, Photogra-
phy, Metals, Machine Shop, Draft-
ing, Blue Print Reading, Graphic
Arts, Auto Mechanics, and Building
Industrial education classes profit-
ed from many different field trips.
This year, Building Trades 21-22
walked to the Vocational Building
Trades construction site and were
able to watch them build part of it.
Drafting took a field trip to Delco
Remy in Anderson to see the Engi-
neering Department. Auto Mechan-
ics enjoyed afield trip to a manufac-
turer's display of automotive parts
in Indianapolis. The Furniture Con-
struction class was able to send
some of their projects to the Indiana
Industrial Education Association
state meeting at Indianapolis. Pro-
jects included articles such as
clocks, dressers and cedar chests.
Two students from the Auto Me-
chanics classes participated in the
Plymouth Trouble Shooting contest
held at the Indianapolis Motor
The Industrial Education classes
gave students first hand knowledge,
and most students took them to
gain experience to help in choosing
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structor Mr. Collins.
Mr. Johnson shows Mike Key connections are
not always easy in Electronics.
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Students interested in Business,
Health, Home Economics, Trade,
Henry Foster shows his ability to work on the
printing press in Vocational Printing class.
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crazy connections while working.
and Industrial work were able to
choose from a wide variety of Voca-
tional Education classes in the Area
Vocational School with headquar-
ters at CHS. Other schools that par-
ticipated were Union, Hagerstown,
Morton Memorial, Knightstown, Tri
High, and Shenandoah.
There were a lot of different things
going on this year in the Vocational
program. Food Management used
the kitchen facilities at lngersoll-
Johnson Steel. This year, vocational
students were able to take barbering
for the first time at Morton Memorial
in Knightstown. No other high
school in Indiana offred Barbering.
Other additions were Cosmetology
Building trades built two houses
for the first time, a 535,000 house in
Knightstown and a 544,000 home
on Bronson Drive in New Castle.
They were the fifth and sixth houses
that building trades has built in the
last five years. All vocational classes
were offered without charge to CHS
There were many state and re-
gional officers from New Castle. ICT
had three state officers in VlCA, Jeff
Dillon, Marilyn Smith, and Karen Ma-
honey. Health Occupations had two
state officers in HOSA, Sheila West
and Emily Woodward. IOL had two
regional officers from OEA, Debby
Dutrow and Sheila Denney. Chris Ba-
ker was the vice-president on the
state DECA board.
This year, Karen Mahoney was the
first female student in welding that
we've ever had. New teachers this
year included Mrs. Viola Schuler and
Mr. Virgil Rush.
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Some students want to go into
business in the future, and they
found just the right types of courses
at CHS. Speed and accuracy were
the goals which were especially
stressed in most classes.
Courses included business math
which reviewed the fundamentals of
addition, subtraction, multiplication
and division. General business
helped students learn that business
activities were an essential and
unescapable part of personal, social,
and economic life. Then there were
the basic secretarial courses such as
rapid writing, typing, data process-
ing, clerical practice, shorthand' and
Accounting courses provided an
introduction to this field and proved
that it was much more than just re-
cord keeping. Marketing and sales
was a course that taught the field of
merchandising. Cooperative Office
Education, independent Office Lab,
and Distributive Education all were
vocational programs for seniors
through which they received job
training and learned what the busi-
ness field was all about.
Mr. Powell seems in a very good mood as he
talks to his Office Education class.
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watch her copy as she types
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The Home Economics department
covered several specialized areas
which attracted both girls and boys.
There were a variety of different
clothing related classes offered to
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.
Not only did the students learn to
sew for themselves, but they also
had a Rip and Repair shop in which
they altered and sewed for others
and made some profit for them-
selves. Many students also worked
on the Dress a Doll project in which
they dressed dolls which were given
to the Salvation Army to use as
Other classes were Child Care and
Home Care of the Sick which gave
students the opportunity to observe
younger children and to learn how to
care for sick children and adults.
Marriage and Relationships and The
Singles Living classes were a big help
this year as they taught students
how to live with or without a mate.
The Home Maintenance class
helped students learn how to repair
things around the home for them-
selves. Consumer Education classes
gave them the "know how" to al-
ways get their money's worth. The
class on Housing showed students
how to design a home they would
want to live in.
Foods classes had some really dif-
ferent projects. A main attraction
was the traditional Christmas Break-
fast. The students prepared a tasty
meal and invited close to 200 people
to come and eat. The new classes
added to the department this year
was Creative Skills which was of-
fered only to Seniors.
Sewing gives students many reasons to smile.
Smiling here are Tammy Mason, Kicki Eurlin,
Vera Littrell and Tina Austin.
Cooking students Melissa Johnson, Kim Mill-
er, and Renita Stephens learn by working with
Senora de Tabares is all smiles as she points
to the puppy dog.
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of the Foreign Language Depart-
ment, and the languages offered this
year were French, Latin, and Span-
ish. The department arranged for
many special events to make learn-
ing another language fun and inter-
Spanish students went to a pro-
gram put on by the Ballet Folklarice
de Mexico, and the fourth year
Spanish students cooked and en-
joyed their traditional dinner. Both
Spanish and French students went
to the weekends at Ball State where
they were not allowed to speak Eng-
lish for the whole time they were
there. The big event for the French
students was when they went to La
Tour Restaurant in Indianapolis.
Spanish students also entertained
some grade school students with a
Mexican fiesta. French students also
had an art exhibition. Three juniors
and three seniors from the French
and Spanish classes were chosen to
be in Who's Who In Indiana Foreign
Other events that helped to make
the learning easier and more enjoy-
able were games, skits, debates,
songs, dances, and various other ac-
tivities. Third year Latin students
had Dr. Kasparek, head of the Ball
State Latin Department, as their in-
Mrs. Vanderleest can always make her
French students smile with her crazy person-
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Have you ever poured acid on an
earthworm or cut open a fermented
frog? Well, most of the first year Bi-
ology students got the pleasure of
that experience this year. They also
collected leaves. The Biology stu-
dents had a lab every other week.
Advanced Biology dissected a fetal
pig as part of their lab activity, also
held every other week. This class
was designed for students who
planned careers in medicine, nurs-
ing, lab technology, or other health
or science related fields.
Integrated Science students stud-
ied matter, energy, genetics, plants
and ecology. This year Integrated
Science classes raised plants as part
of their plant studies. Chemistry was
the study of elements and their re-
actions. Each Friday, the Chemistry
classes observed elements reacting
with each other. Physics classes
taught by Mr. Sam Current, who was
new this year, learned about light,
sound, energy, and waves.
Pete Stawick and Jeff Green work diligently
on their lab in Biology class.
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black things aren't germs, they're your eye-
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Calculus was included among the
many offerings of the Math Depart-
ment for the second straight year. In
order for students to enroll in calcu-
lus, they had to have taken three
math classes in two years. These
were Algebra C, Geometry C, and
Analysis C. Calculus was taught for
the benefit of those who wanted to
use the field of math or science for
their careers. Algebra C, Geometry
C, Analysis C or Analysis courses
were taken by many students who
did not take Calculus. They used the
math courses in preparation for col-
Algebra and Geometry were
taught to aid students in their every
day use of math. Another useful
math class was called Machine Shop
math. Mr. Wayne Akey came back to
the math department this year after
taking advanced college classes for
the past two years. New to the de-
partment was Mr. Sam Current, who
also taught Physics in the Science
The overhead projector makes learning ea-
sier for students in Mr. Langford's class.
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Mr. Ash warms up the group as they prepare
for their December concert.
The music department interested
many students this year with classes
in Music History, Music Theory, Mu-
sic Appreciation, Jazz History and
Jazz Improvisation. Jazz Improvisa-
tion was new this year. According to
Robert Shauver, music director,
after students get in high school
they need to have more stress put
on the fundamentals and performing
areas of music. The department
tried something new this year as
they worked more as a music orga-
nization than just as a choir and a
Four different bands met this year
in the music department, and each
Perfection is a necessity which Mr. Shau
stresses in band.
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six weeks the main goal was to work
on a different concert. There also
were four different choirs this year
and the choir had a new director,
Mr. David Huff who made a few
changes. The choir went to several
contests and, like the band, they
presented several concerts.
All classes received one credit per
semester. The auxiliary Flag and
Pom Pon Corps were select groups
of people who spent many hours of
after school practice but they re-
ceived no credit. All of the classes
tried to teach different styles of mu-
sic, fundmentals and backgrounds,
and also periods of history in music.
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The choir finds that working in a group gives Mr. Huff cannot believe his ears as the choir
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sign is as he faces a noisy class.
Stretching to her toes Julie Bennett talks to a
smiling Mrs. Kitchel.
Physical Education provided a way
for sophomores to enjoy themselves
and to get in better shape through
The different courses made avail-
able were Tennis, Soccer, Flag Foot-
ball, Archery, Weight Fitness, Re-
creational Volleyball, Power Volley-
ball, Recreational games, Basket-
ball, Bowling, Social Dance, Com-
petitive Games, Tumbling, Lead-Up
Games, Softball, Track, Golf, and
Field Hockey. They also added Rac-
quetball and Paddleball to this
Phase elective scheduling was
used so students could choose cer-
tain days and classes. Classes were
chosen at the beginning of each six
weeks. Students met either Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday, or
Tuesday and Thursday.
Students that wished to take Driv-
er training during the school year
enrolled in Physical Education for
one semester and in Drivers' Train-
ing for a semester.
Because of the Fieldhouse con-
struction and the addition which
wasn't completed until Spring. PE
teachers were somewhat limited in
their activities this year.
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Beginning artists took General Art.
This discovery course was designed
for students who had a desire to
learn more about art. "I take art be-
cause it's fun and you can do stuff
you really can't do at home," said
Lea McDonald. "I like drawing," said
Deana Murphy. Both girls are Ju-
niors and enrolled in the General Art
class at CHS. Clay, drawing, and
wood jewelry are just a few of the
things they did in class.
Demand for this and other art
courses has increased so much that
another teacher, Mrs. Carolyn Soil-
man, was added this year.
"it's fullfilling to my life's desire, I
like it, and it's fun. That's why I take
Art," said Jeff Burger. Jeff is a soph-
omore and is enrolled in Studio Arts
Drawing and Painting class. Ronnie
Braden, a junior, said, "I take art to
draw." Both guys plan to major in
art after graduation.
Monte Wilson, a senior, also plans
to major in art. He draws and does
paintings. Monte designed the Ro-
sey cover. He's enrolled in the Art
Honors Seminar, a class designed
for students with talent and skill.
The purpose of art is to be and do!
While silk screening, Polly Correll and
Todd Klotz kid around.
Deeply engulfed in their sketching are Tammy
Worline, Steve Pierson, and Kicki Eurlin.
Mrs. Sollman smiles as she watches Julie
Bennett and Michelle Raines make their clay
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Teachers in the English Depart-
ment were kept very busy this year.
New textbook materials adopted
last spring added class preparation
for English teachers but provided
new interesting materials for stu-
The English department placed a
greater emphasis on developing
composition skills by expanding vo-
cabulary and emphasizing writing
skill development throughout both
college-bound and phase elective
Most students planning to attend
college enrolled in the college-bound
classes designed both to prepare for
college and later careers. Students
in college-bound classes were able
to choose two of their six week
courses from the phase electives.
In the phase elective program,
students chose six different classes
for the school year from more than
forty alternatives. Seniors enrolled
in the vocational program were able
to take Applied English.
Many different class activities dur-
ing the school year included inde-
pendent projects, research papers,
class newspapers, films, field trips,
and guest speakers. Five new faces
joined the English Department this
year. They were Mr. Mark Board-
man, the new speech coach, Mrs.
Mildred Garner: Mrs. Vonda Horton,
Mr. Ron Klenoski: and Mrs. Virginia
The rules for a game in Applied English are
discussed by Mr. Nead, Sheila Denney and
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plained in Mr. Risley's phase elective class
Students like Kim Masters always find that
Mr Dicken has time to listen.
Special Education is for special
people, and the special education
course at C.H.S. stressed pre-voca-
tional education. Special teachers
basically taught the main academics
such as Math and Reading and tried
to get the students ready for outside
living by helping them acquire basic
living skills preparing them for suc-
cessful employment and indepen-
dent living. Many of the students
were in regular classes and a few
were employed by the school in the
The staff consisted of Mrs. Beth
Hobbs and Mr. David Chastain.
In special education the students get very
involved in their lessons.
While Mrs. Beth Hobbs teaches about the
states in the West, Bill Little and Carol Gehlert
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Not many schools offered an al-
ternate school such as North Cam-
pus. Many times the question was
asked, "What is North Campus?"
The answer was "North Campus" is
both a place and a feeling.
The students at the alternative
school spent a lot of time on the
basic academics. They also made
many crafts for use in the elemen-
tary schools. The students at North
Campus liked the way they and the
staff created a warm atmosphere
and understanding to share some of
life's experiences. Mrs. Karen Joy di-
rected the program assisted by
eight other staff members.
Underclassmen at North Campus enjoy their
pleasant surroundings, They are Sharon
Caywood, Ho Doan, Brenda Keller, Charlotte
Ford, Sam Halstead, Ray Lowe, and Dana
Without a great staff, the North Campus
could not operate smoothly. The staff in-
cludes N. Simmons, J. Sheward, J. Williams,
D. Heim, D. Ryan, G. Marcum, H. Cox, K. Joy,
Members of the auxiliary staff
were very devoted and hard working
people who included thirteen office
secretaries, approximately twenty
cafeteria helpers, ten custodians,
and eight aides that worked for var-
ious departments. The staff orga-
nized study halls, kept records,
mimeographed materials, kept the
school as clean and neat as possible,
answered phone calls, fixed appetiz-
ing meals for everyone, kept the li-
brary filled with needed materials,
and did other odd jobs that made it
possible for Chrysler High to contin-
ue running smoothly.
Aides include FRONT ROW: Mrs. Marilynn
Montgomery, home economics: Mrs. Ruth
Stamper, library: Mrs. Barbara Fivecoate,
business: BACK ROW: Mrs. Jackie Joyner,
math and science: Mrs. Sylvia Mukes, study
hall: and Mrs. Lily Wright, study hall. Not pic-
tured are Mrs. Lee Ann Broyles, counseling
department, and Mr. Phuc Pham, photogra-
Secretaries are FRONT ROW: Mrs. Margaret
Bow, Mrs. Cathy Wiles, Mrs. Jewel Thornhill,
Mrs. Helen Porter. BACK ROW: Mrs. Cheryl
Razor, Mrs. Edith Ingram, Mrs. Georgette
Pope, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Mrs. Nancy
Craig, Mrs. Phyllis Spears, Miss Debbie Flynn
and Mrs. Brenda Leduc
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On the cafeteria staff are FRONT ROW: Mrs.
Gay Keith, Mrs. Gloria Stevens, Mrs. Betty
Bell, Mrs. Betty Steproe, Mrs. Charlene
Fowler, Mrs. Pauline Church, Mrs. Opal
Vaught. BACK ROW: Mrs. Catherine Kadel,
Mrs. Reba Steele, Mrs. Carol Stults, Mrs. Nan-
cy Faurote, Mrs. Lottie Hoots, Mrs. Donna
Smith, Mrs. Shirley Swindell, Mrs. Julia Rob-
erts, Mrs. Lucille Rinsch, Mrs. Evelyn Conley,
Mrs. Shirley Raines.
Daytime custodians include Mr. Wilburne
Stamper, Mr. James Carnes, and Mrs. Mary
MR. WAYNE AKEY: B.A., M.A., Math.
MR. SAM ALFORD: B.A., M.S., Basketball, FCA
MR. LARRY ASH: B.S., M.A., Music, Marching
Band Assistant Director.
MR. CHRIS BARR: B.S., Vocational Education.
MR. MARK BOARDMAN: B.S., English, Speech
MRS. MARY JO BRADBURN: B.S., P.V.E.
MR. REX BROOKS: B.S., M.S., Business, Dept.
MRS. RUTH BROOKS: B.S., M.A., Business
MR. CHARLES BYRKET: B.S., Industrial Edu-
cation, Junior Sponsor.
MISS GLORIA CASTELLUCCIO: B.S., M.A.,
Business, Varsity Cheerleader Sponsor.
MR. DAVID CHASTAIN: B.S., Special Educa-
MR. RICHARD COLLINS: B.S., Woodworking,
MRS. MARILYN CONTRERAS: R.N., Health
MR. JAN CONWAY: B.S., T 81 I Vocational
Coordinator, VICA Sponsor.
MR. HORACE COOK: B.S., M.A., Math, Ticket
MR. RALPH COOK: B.S., M.A., Industrial Arts.
MR. DAVID COONS: B.S., Social Studies.
MRS. RUTH CREECH: B.A., M.L.S., Librarian.
MR. PAUL CROUSORE: B.S., M.S., Assistant
Principal, Pep Club.
MR. SAM CURRENT: B.S., M.S., Physics,
MR. STEVE DICKEN: B.S., M.A., English,
MR. GARY DORSEY: B.S., Industrial Educa-
MRS. COLLEEN DRUMM: B.S., M.A., Home
MR. DWIGHT FRAZE: B.A., M.A., Spanish,
Driver Training, Athletic Trainer, La Tertula
MR. ROBERT FURBEE: B.S., M.S., Biology,
Int. Science, Science Club, Math A Science
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MRS. MILDRED GARNER: B.S., M.A., Home
MR. DON GEOZEFF: B.S., M.S., Industrial Co-
operative Training, VICA ua 4
MRS. DOROTHY GOLLIHER: B.S., M.A., Busi- WW,
MR. RON GRIMES: B.S., M.S., Algebra, Chess t
MISS MUZETTA GUYMON: B.A., M.S., Home
Economics, HERO Coordinator, HERO Club
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MISS FRANCES HALBERSTADT: B.A., M.A.,
English, Rosennial and Phoenix Adviser.
MRS. BEVERLY HANKENHOFF: B.S., M.A.
Practical Arts 81 Cont. Education Director,
Area Vocational School Director.
MRS. BETH HOBBS: B.S., Special Education.
MRS. VONDA HORTON: B.S., M.S., English.
MR. RICHARD HOSTETLER: B.S., M.S., Eng-
MR. DAVID HUFF: B.S., Music,
MR. HAROLD HUFFMAN: B.S., Social Studies,
Asst. Football Coach, Baseball Coach.
MR. ROBERT JOHNSON: B.S., M.A., Electron-
ics, Photography, Bundy Technical Staff.
MRS. RUTH JONES: B.S., M.A., Business.
MR. JOE KINNETT: B.S., M.S., Assistant Prin-
MRS. RAE KITCHEL: B.S., M.A., Physical Edu-
cation, Girls' Gymnastics Coach.
MR. RON KLENOSKI: B.S., English, Health,
P.E., Asst. Football Coach.
MRS. PHYLLIS KLIPSCH: B.S., Home Eco-
nomics Dept. Chairman.
MR. LARRY KOBY: B.S., Industrial Education,
Vocational Graphic Arts.
MR, JERRY KOGER: B.S., M.A. Sociology -
Psychology, Social Studies Dept. Chairman.
MR. FRANK KOVALESKI: B.S., M.S., Director
MR. LARRY LANGFORD: B.S., M.A., Math.
MR. WILLIAM LEHR: A.B., M.A., Principal.
MR, VANCE MEIER: B.S., M.S., Counselor,
Asst. Varsity Basketball Coach, FCA Sponsor.
MR. LARRY MEYER: B.S., M.A., U.S. History,
Junior High Football Coordinator, Asst. Bas-
MR. RANDALL MILLER: Vocational Education.
MR. ROGER MILLER: A.S., B.S., M.S. Govern-
ment 81 Economics, 9th Grade Football, 8th
MR. MICHAEL MORTON: B.S., M.A., U.S. His-
tory, Wrestling Coach.
MR. JOHN NEAD: A.B., L.L.B., English.
MR. CECIL POWELL: B.S., M.A., Business, Vo-
cational COE Coordinator, COE-OEA Sponsor.
MR. BILL PRITCHETT, B.S., Music, Marching
Band Asst. Director.
MRS. NETTIE PUSEY: B.S., General Science,
MRS. VIRGINIA REEDY: B.A., M.A., English.
MR. CHRIS RENNER: B.S., M.S., Math, Sci-
MR. JACK RENNER: B.S., Industrial Education
MISS EVELYN RENTCHLER: B.S., M.S. Coun-
MR. ROBERT RINEHART: B.S., M.A., Counsel-
MR. HOBART RISLEY: A.B., M.A. English, Bible
MR. JAMES ROBBINS: B.S., M.A., English,
Speech, Debate Coach.
MR. ROSCOE ROGERS: B.S., M.A., Science,
Recognitions Day Chairman.
MRS. JERI RUSH: B.S., M.A.E., Clothing.
MR. VIRGIL RUSH: B.S., M.A., Vocational Ma-
MRS. VIOLA SCHULER: B.S., M.A., Home Eco-
MR. ROBERT SHAUVER: B.S., M.A., Marching
Band, Director of Music New Castle Commu-
MRS. SHIRLEY SMALLEY: B.S., M.S., Voca-
MR. LEN SMITH: B.S., DECA, Book Store
MRS. CAROLYN SOLLMAN: B.S., Art, Asst.
Junior Class Sponsor, Prom Co-Chairperson.
MR. JOHN SOLLMAN: M.A.S., Vocational
Drafting, I.C.T., VICA Sponsor.
MRS. JUDY SORRELL: A.B., M.A., English
Dept. Chairman, National Honor Society
MISS JEAN STELLINGWERF: B.S., M.A., Busi-
MR. MARK SURFACE: B.S., M.A. Driver Train-
ing, Physical Education, Head Football Coach.
MRS. AGNES TABARES: B.A., B.S., M.A.,
Ph.D, Spanish, Foreign Language Dept. Chair-
MR. CECIL TAGUE: B.S., M.A., U.S. History,
Driver Education, Physical Education.
MRS. VICKIE TAYLOR: R.N., Nurse at Park-
view and CHS.
MRS. CAROLYN TODD: B.S., M.A,, Business,
Intensive Office Lab, OEA Sponsor.
MRS. STEPHANIE VANDERLEEST: B.A., M.A.,
MR. WILBUR VEACH: B.S., M.A., Driver Train-
MRS. JULIA WALDEN: B.A., M.A., Coordinator
Youth Employment Training Program.
MR. WILLIAM WESSELER: B.A., M.S., Govern-
ment - Economics, Student Elections.
MRS. ANN WEST: B.S., M.A., Counselor, Sen-
ior Class Sponsor,
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MR. RICHARD WILLIS: B.S., M.S., English.
MR. WILLIAM WILT: B.S., M.A., Science, Jun-
ior Class Sponsor.
MR. WILLIAM ZEIGLER: B.A., M.A., Art Dept.
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Ready for a busy School Board meeting are
Ralph Kerwin, member: Mrs, Dorothy W.
Pfenninger, secretaryp Richard K. Hoover,
presidentg Dr. Joseph A. Grider. vice-presi-
dent: and Dr. Mark E. Smith, member.
Assistant principals Joe Kinnett and Paul
Crousore need a good laugh to brighten an
ordinary school day
Principal William E. Lehr and Superintendent
Dr. Philip L. Borders are discussing the agen-
da for the December School Board meeting.
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The band was composed of four
different groups including a select
50 member wind ensemble, a con-
cert band, a jazz ensemble, and a
symphonic band. The symphonic
band included everyone who did not
belong to one of the other groups.
There also was a pep band that
played at the basketball games, and
students met about an hour before
each game to practice.
The marching summer band had
149 members this year. Students
Wind Ensemble - FRONT ROW: L. Christo-
pher, M. Peterson, R. Schuffman, M. Herran,
J. Moore, D. Conway. SECOND ROW: B. Den-
ney, S. Davidson, L. Gross, L. Rogers, J. Ra-
zor, J. Hamm, L, Garvin, R. Hawk, A. Harter,
M. Futrell. THIRD ROW: P. Taylor, T. Craw-
ford, S. Ratcliff, J. Parks, M. Garner, B. Beck,
K. Livezey, D. Duddleston, J. Pfenninger, J.
Williams, A. Bolk, S. Wilkinson, K. Reed, M.
Lockhart, FOURTH ROW: T. Simmons, T. Mill-
er, T. Ruetz, C. Modlin, B. Dicken, S.
Holloway, M. Dickerson, J. Garner, D. Greer,
J. Pitchford, J. Lyons, A. Hicks, C. Tower.
BACK ROW: G. Poynter, D. McQueen, B. Nor-
ris, S. Sheeler, E. Sheets, J. Jones.
Concert Band - FRONT ROW: C. Hanken-
hoff, J. Murphy, S. Oney, L. Ferrell, S. Burch,
K. Horn, M. Battoe, P. Anderson, A. Crow, K.
Showalter, R. Thompson, L. Manthei, R.
Reno, T. Fulton. SECOND ROW: A. Fribley, S.
Bruton, S. Wilkinson, K. Reed, M. Lockhart, J.
Pfenninger, S. Dickerson, D. Howard, P. Led-
better, C. Archey, K. Schmitt, T. Parks, J.
Bowers, L. Heck, D. Grubbs, J. Thompson, K.
Rains, D. Sanderson. THIRD ROW: J. Burlton,
D. O'Neal, P. Modlin, T. Walls, B. Watt, L.
Bunch, K. Ziglar, D. Franklin, S. Goodin, T.
Shaffer, J. Bogue, D. Edwards, B. Hacker, T.
Koons, W. Coffey. FOURTH ROW: L. Jones, S.
Blackburn, J. Knowling, B. Maze, J. Lines, A.
Hicks, B. Hobby, P. Miller, G. Yule, S. Beck, J.
Neal, K. Wallace. STANDING: J. Howard J.
Guffy, S. Dietz, D. Smith, J. Clearwater. I
received no credit for this, and all
volunteered their services. Mem-
bers spent a week at band camp and
went to several contests. The band
received fourth place at Delaware,
second at Winchester, fourth at Jay
County, and sixth at the State Fair.
Students also marched at the home
During the year, band members
presented several concerts and par-
ticipated in several contests. Band
Boosters and band members to-
gether raised approximately
525,000 to purchase new uniforms
The CHS Wind Ensemble and Jazz
Ensemble were invited various
places. The Wind Ensemble was one
of four bands in Indiana to perform
at a band festival at Ball State Uni-
versity. The Jazz Ensemble per-
formed at the Elmhurst Jazz Festi-
val, the Ball State Dimensions in
Jazz, and the Kokomo Hayworth
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Jazz Ensemble - FRONT ROW: R. Schuff-
man, K. Livezey. SECOND ROW: B. Norris, S.
Sheeler, D. McQueen, J. Williams, D. Grear.
THIRD ROW: B. Beck, A. Bolk, J. Razor, T.
Ruetz, J. Pitchford, M. Dickerson, J. Garner.
BACK ROW: R. Hawk, B. Hobby, S. Holloway,
C. Modlin, T. Miller, B. Dicken.
Jazz Lab Band - FRONT ROW: D. Dudleston,
J. Pfeninger, SECOND ROW: E. Sheets, S.
Sheeler, L. Garner, THIRD ROW: A. Bolk, J.
Razor, M. Dickerson, S. Dietz, D. Grear. BACK
ROW: R. Hawk, B. Hobby, T. Simmons, S.
Holloway, K. Wallace, B. Dicken.
Symphonic Band - FRONT ROW: R. Schuff-
man, M. Horan, J. Moore, L. Christopher, M
Peterson. SECOND ROW: C. Hankenhoff, A
Crow, S. Oney, L. Ferrell, S. Burch, K. Horn
M. Mattoe, P. Anderson, K. Showalter, J. Murl
phy, R. Thompson, L. Manthei, R. Reno, T
Fulton. THlRD ROW: J. Razor, L. Rogers, A
Fribley, S. Braton, D. O'Neal, S. Wilkinson, K
Reed, M. Lockhart, J. Williams, A. Bolk, S
Dickerson, J. Pfenninger, D. Howard, P. Led-
better, D. Dudelston, K. Livezey, K. Schmitt
T. Parks, M. Gayner, C. Archey, B. Beck, K
Rains, D. Sanderson, M. Futtrell, A. Harter
FOURTH ROW: J. Bruton, L. Gross, B. Denny
J. Ham, S. Davidson, P. Modlin, J. Garner, M
Dickerson, T. Walls, D. Grear, L. Garvin, J
Pitchford, B. Watt, D. Franklin, L. Bunch, S
Goodin, C. Zigler, R. Hawk, T. Shaffer, L
Jones, J. Bogue, C. Tower, J. Bowers, S
Blackburn, J. Parks, J. Knowling, D. Grubbs
S. Ratcliff, J. Lines, L. Heck, J. Miller, T. Craw
ford, A. Hicks, J. Thompson, B. Hobby, P
Taylor, C. Modlin, T. Ruetz, J. Neal, T. Miller
S. Beck, T. Simmons, G. Yule, P. Miller, B
Dicken, D. Edwards, S. Holloway, B. Hacker
T. Koons, W. Coffey, K. Wallace. BACK ROW
J. Clearwater, D. Smith, E. Sheets, S. Sheeler
B. Norris, J. Howard, J. Guffy, D. McQueen, S
Dietz, J. Jones, G. Poynter.
FRONT ROW: Debbie Akers, Andrea Mey-
er, Tammy Brinson, Tammy Johnson, Pat-
ty Morera. SECOND ROW: Jane Kern,
Wanda Lowhorn, Sandy Shipley, Diane
Daniels, Mary Mark, Judi Poppelwell, An-
gela Cook, Lori Ratcliff. THIRD ROW:
Stephanie Herron, Gina Mark, Tina Ca-
tron, Beth Beasley, Tina Dolan, Gigi
Trainor, Kathy Stonerock, Glenda Alfrey,
Shari Edwards, Kathy Hoke. BACK ROW:
Jane Kern practices the new halftime routine
Kim Hammond Feryl Dubinger Susie Ed
wards Sheila Keller Sharon Thurman
Tammy Lee Darla McCorkle Judy Hunnn
cutt Diane Perdue.
Pom Pon and Flags did a good job
giving the band some color. They
performed at all band shows and
during pre-game and halftime. Dur-
ing the summer with the band they
competed at many different con-
tests including Delaware County
where they placed fourth, Winches-
ter, second, Jay County, fourth, and
at the State Fair, where they ranked
sixth. Judi Poppiewell served as cap-
tain ofthe Pom Pons and Pat Cross
as captain of the Flags. New mem-
bers were initiated at Band Camp in
August. There were 38 members of
Pom Pons and Flags.
Pom Pons try something new.
You find it everywhere, in stores,
in your room, in the car, in the doc-
tor's office, and at the ball games.
No matter how hard you try, you
can't escape it. You find your feet
tapping, and the words coming from
your mouth before you can stop
them. ls there some sort of demon
in you? No, you've just got the mu-
sic in you.
CHS Chorale, under the direction
of new conductor Dave Huff, sang at
activities such as football games,
Achievement Day Convo, Christmas
Concert and a three day Spring Tour
to Indiana high schools. The Chorale
also participated in the Solo and En-
semble Contest and the Organiza-
Swing Choir, which consisted of
12 Chorale members who audi-
tioned forthe group, sang for many
local civic groups this year. Madri-
gals, organized this year and audi-
tioned from Chorale, held a tradi-
tional Madrigal Dinner and per-
formed for clubs and organizations
throughout New Castle. lt consisted
of 11 members.
Swing Choir - FRONT ROW: Jocey Ogborne,
Lori Mayfield, Julie Mayfield. MIDDLE ROW:
Mary Hagerman, Jay Myers, Joe Pierce, Rob-
ert Hobby. BACK ROW: Toni Giannini, Robin
Schroth, Kevin Niles, Wendy Ogborne, Todd
Madrigal Singers Julie Mayfield, Mr. Huff, Jo-
cey Ogborne, Robert Hobby, Marijeanne Ho-
laday, Mr. Yockey, Becky Nichols, Wendy Og-
borne, Tony Giannini, Lori Mayfield, Lisa
Students serve the traditional English feast at
the Madrigal Dinner.
Becky Nichols sings a solo during Chorale's
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joice," at a concert.
Chorale sings a favorite, "Everybody Re-
New Chorale director Mr. David Huff leads the
Chorale as they rehearse for a concert,
FRONT ROW: Mr. Huff, Kathy Jaynes, Kathy
Rust, Lisa Clampitt, Becky Nichols, Tom Rog-
ers, Jeff Duncan, Rick Blevins, Laura Hacker,
Cathy Archey, Annette Johnson.
SECOND ROW: Kim Bell, Terri Baldock, Asha
Troxell, Marijeanne Holaday, Tina Dolan,
Charlie Black, Tim Stockton, Kim Hammond
April Bailey, Beth White, Mary Cassidy.
THIRD ROW: Mary Hagerman, Tammy Lee
Gerri Jackson Olsen, Andy Hicks, william Cofl
fey, Tony Fellers, Phil Hall, Debbie Rigney,
Sheryl Lewis, Darla McCorkle, Christy Mont
BACK ROW: Jocey Ogborne, Jan Meyers, Pat-
ty Thrasher, Tony Giannini, Kevin Niles, Rex
Stonecipher, Bob Hobby, Joe Pierce, Shelli
Winchester, Robin Schroth, Wendy Ogborne.
The Chrysler High School branch
of N.F.L. was part of a national orga-
nization, the National Forensics
League, formed to help students
gain experience speaking before an
The group was sponsored by Mr.
James Robbins and Mr. Mark Board-
man who also coached students and
judged during tournaments.
Officers were Randy Ayers, presi-
dent, Julie Mayfield, vice-president:
Tona Thalls, treasurer, and Lisa Per-
Members of N.F.L. were very ac-
tive during the school year. They at-
tended speech and debate tourna-
ments, speech sectional, regional,
state, and district competitions, and
also competed in Debate and Stu-
dent Congress. In November, for the
28th straight year, the speech team
held one of the largest tournaments
scheduled for competition. Mem-
bers also sold atlases and held a
concert featuring Freefare to raise
money, had a fall picnic, a Christmas
party and a spring initiation for new
FRONT ROW: Mr. Boardman, L. Perry, P. Cor-
rell, M. McKee, M. Garner, S. Wilkinson, M.
Elkins, R. Ayers. SECOND ROW: B. Beck, K.
Cooney, J. Parks, L. Garvin, T. Parks, T.
Thalls, B. Wilhelm, C. Hankenhoff, Mr. Rob-
bins. THIRD ROW: B. Nichols, E. Steussy, T.
Griffin, K. Williamson, P. Harding, F. Franklin,
J. Dillon. BACK ROW: E. Woodward, P.
Thrasher, A. May, J. Garner, B. Ingersoll, D.
Franklin, G. Jackson Olsen, E. Lindsey, T.
Julie Mayfield takes a break from her speech
practice while Lisa Perry and Richard Shifler
talk in the background.
N.F.L. officers Julie Mayfield, vice-president:
Tona Thalls, treasurer, and Randy Ayers,
president, work together at a meeting.
Loading their plates with food, Randy Ayers
and Jeff Dillon enjoy the Christmas banquet.
Members of the band Freefare rest during the
concert which was sponsored by N.F.L.
More than 50 students joined
F.C.A. this year and everyone
seemed to get a lot out of it. They
shared their feelings and learned
about peoples' feelings while they
talked. Going to F.C.A. was fun, but it
was much more than that, it was
everyone helping each other to
learn more about God. Offices were
held by Dave Franklin, president:
Amy Crow, vice-president: Jackie
Baker, secretary and treasurer.
F.C.A. stands for Fellowship of
Christian Athletes, but it was open to
athletes and non-athletes so every
one could benefit from it. To raise
money, F.C.A. sold light bulbs. Meet-
ings were held once a week at var-
ious homes. During meetings mem-
bers would break into huddle groups
to learn about different aspects of
Many F.C.A. members attended
camp last summer. Curt Bell and
Claude Davis were at Marshall, Indi-
ana. Russ Brown, Troy Whiteman
and Coaches Mark Cronk and Rex
Peckinpaugh attended a camp in Ar-
kansas: and Susan Stawick, Tracy
Gerth, Kelly Gribbons, Angle Phelps,
Jan Garvin, and Monica Lockhart
went to South Carolina.
FRONT ROW: J. Spaulding, A. Crow, K. Rains,
J. Baker, S. Stawick, D. Dubinger. SECOND
ROW: R. Maze, K. Grider, T. Schuler, C. Ri-
chey, A. Howard, P. Winkler, S. Roberts, R.
Whittle, M. Wood, S. Dietz. THIRD ROW: J.
Barr, D. Fox, A. Fox, K. Gribbons, N. Dudley,
C. Barr, L. Stackhouse, S. Chamberlain, P.
Anderson, S. Edwards, N. Olsen, J. Pfen-
ninger. FOURTH ROW: P. Stawick, T. White-
man, L. Heck, M. Lockhart, D. Dudleston, S.
Edwards, M. Miller, C. Hastings, J. Williams, S.
Burton, A. Phelps, K. Frost, J. Meyer, T. Love-
less, C. Keesling, F. Franklin. BACK ROW: K.
Kollmeyer, D. Hermenet, T. Hale, M. Maloney,
B. Ingersoll, D. Franklin, Coach Alford, J.
Boger, J. Howard, J. Loveday, K. Bell, J. Ogle,
M. Reagan, D. Buchanon, J. Boyd, Coach
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Jackie Baker gets light bulbs from Mr. Meier
to sell for F.C.A.
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F.C.A. members, Kelly Gribbins and Dee Dee
Fox play handball after a meeting-
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Marijeanne Holaday and Brenda Bennett
choose pictures for the faculdemic and un-
FRONT ROW: Charity Tower, Matt Maloney
Tracey Crabtree, Chad Keesling, Tim Bowers,
Donna Conway, Mark Noll. MIDDLE ROW: Ka
ren Showalter, Frances Franklin, Michele El
kins, Kim McCorkle, Phil Jones, Janet Fowler
Nancy Olsen, Julie Johnson, Mark Turner
BACK ROW: Marijeanne Holaday, Nora Rust
John Carnes, Tom Thalls, Brenda Bennett
Steve Hart, Dan Stiening.
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Senior members of Rosey relax in Senior
Commons after the book's completion.
After hearing about the upcoming deadline
Chad Keesling, Phil Jones, and Jeanni Woo-
ten show their true feelings for Rosennial.
Co-editors Kim McCorkle and Charity Tower
sort through dozens of pictures trying to find
the right ones for the opening section.
The 27 members of Rosennlal
were kept busy last summer and
throughout the year. Co-Editors
Charity Tower and Kim McCorkle,
Copy Editor Tim Bowers and Pho-
tography Editor Matt Maloney at-
tended a summer workshop at
Franklin College. Kim won a first
place in copy writing and an honor-
able mention in lay-out, and Charity
received an honorable mention in
The theme developed for the book
was "Turn Us On," and it was em-
phasized by a cord at the top of ev-
ery page which plugs into a drawing
of the school on the end sheet. The
end sheets were designed by Allen
Simmons and the cover by Monte
Members raised money by bake
sales, selling candy and putting on a
disco dance. The annual Rosey
convo was held in October to kick off
a successful subscription drive.
This year's Phoenix staff was one
of the smallest in recent years with
only 13 members, but they also
proved to be one of the best. Staff
members worked together to pro-
duce a total of 16 issues, and had
"special" issues concerning the to-
pics of college choice, teens at work,
the Junior and Senior issues, and
Christmas, Winter Dance, and April
The staff met each day fifth period
under the leadership of Co-Editors
Kelly Livezey and Sandy Chamber-
lain and Advisor, Miss Frances Hal-
berstadt. Staff members also spent
much of their own time writing sto-
While no one needs him to take a picture,
ries, contacting advertisers, and
preparing ads. Each issue cost near-
ly S200 and it was a constant strug-
gle to remain solvent. The paper
went to the printer every other
Tuesday, and layout nights were sel-
dom complete before midnight. This
year, the paper took on a more pro-
fessional look as type was set at the
News Republican and the paper was
printed at the Richmond Graphic.
The hard work of the Phoenix
staff didn't go unrewarded. They re-
ceived praise in the form of letters
and compliments, and someone
even sent them a planter. Of course,
the paper had criticisms, too, but
they were well taken, since they
showed that at least students and
faculty were concerned. A student
probably said it best when she said,
"The Phoenix is really good this
year. For the first time, kids really
want to read it."
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FRONT ROW: David Johnson, Dara McColley,
Lana Aaron, Kathy Farr, Tammy Kiesewetter.
MlDDLE ROW: Kevin Lavarnway, Lori Ratcliff,
Sandy Chamberlain, Kelly Livezey, Lisa Perry,
Steve Pierson. BACK ROW: Miss Halberstadt.
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Editors Kelly Livezey and Sandy Chamberlain
discuss an editorial.
X Steve Pierson tries to think up a new idea for
a sports story.
Lisa Perry works to meet a deadline,
The spirit makers were divided
into two groups, Pep Club and
Cheerblock. Members of Pep Club
met every Thursday night in Senior
Commons to make posters, deco-
rate the spirit hoops, and in general
create enthusiasm. The club was
open to all people, and new mem-
bers were encouraged to join. Mem-
bers went to Kings' Island in the
summer and had several parties
throughout the year including a spa-
ghetti dinner at Charity and Cheri
Tower's home just before Christ-
The other group of spirit makers
was the Cheerblock. Members met
at every home game to cheer the
Trojans on to victory. Cheerblock
also had many parties throughout
the year and ordered matching T-
shirts for all members.
Both clubs were sponsored by Mr.
Paul Crousore, assistant principal.
Mr. David Coons assisted with Pep
Club at their weekly meetings.
FRONT ROW: A. Vaughan, J. Short, J. Myers,
T. Mason, S. Stawick, C. Tower. MIDDLE
ROW: Anita Baugh, K. Smith, A. Campbell, C.
Hankenhoff, M. Holaday, B. Staley. BACK
ROW: B. Trieshman, S. Chamberlain, K. Eur-
lin, P. Crabtree, M. Zornes, C. Tower.
Pep Club members Mary Jo Zornes and Amy
Vaughan work on spirit signs.
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Audrey Campbell shows a llttle enthusiasm
during a pep club meeting.
FRONT ROW: M. Stultz, L. McDonald, K.
McCorkle, S. Burton, K. Frost, J. Myers. SEC-
OND ROW: D. Peavie, L. Ratcliff, V. Phelps, K.
Eurlin, J. Short. THIRD ROW: B. McCorkle, C.
Marcum, A. Vaughan, B. Trieschman, C. Da-
vis. BACK ROW: P. Hodgin, T. Hicks, A. Camp-
bell, M. Zornes, B. Staley.
Becky Trieschman measures paper to make
another colorful sign.
Members of Sociedad Honoraria
Hispanica were among the busiest
CHS organizations this year. They
had a dinner in a Mexican restaurant
for the exchange students, bought a
map of the United States which
showed the Spanish influence in
U.S. History, and sponsored a girl in
Guatemala, Central America, by
paying for her education to become
Other activities included their for-
mal initiation service, sending arti-
cles to the national newspaper
called "Albricias," participation in
the Foreign Food Sale, participation
in the Foreign Language Week, and
organizing a Foreign Student week-
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
was part of the national educational
society sponsored by the American
Association of Teachers of Spanish
and Portuguese. Only students who
had maintained an honor average in
the study of Spanish for at least
three semesters were eligible for
membership. Initiation of new mem-
bers took place in March with a can-
dlelight ceremony conducted in
Spanish by the president and secre-
tary. Officers this year were Becky
Nichols, president, Kathy Niflis, vice-
president: Kim McCorkle, secretary,
Todd Witham, vice-secretary: Lisa
Stackhouse, treasurer: and Tammie
Spanish Club was a large group
and more active than in previous
FRONT ROW: Todd Witham, Terry Hart, Kevin
Pasman. MIDDLE ROW: Kim McCorkle,
Tammy Brinson, Tammie Parks, Lisa Stack-
house. BACK ROW: Debbie Trainor, Karen
Hail, Becky Nichols, Christine Baker, Mrs. Ta-
years. Members renacted the
Christmas story, "En Las Posadas,"
sponsored a dance, and participated
in the Foreign Food Sale. Officers
were Cathy Archey, president: Doug
Perdue, vice-president: Kevin Niles,
treasurer: Lori Ratcliff, secretary:
and Tony Roach, historian. Mem-
bers met every other Tuesday with
Durght Freze as sponsor.
FRONT ROW: T. Baldock, B. Denny, F. Du-
binger, C. Tower, T. Roach, K. Niles, D. Per-
due, K. McCorkle, L. Southerland, B. Lavery,
K. Selvy. SECOND ROW: C. Barr, S. Frost, B.
Bingham, K. Niles, R. Raines, T. Paul, L. Rat-
cliff, T. Parks, K. Miller, M. Paine, T. Fulton.
THIRD ROW: R. York, L. Antic, D. Garner, R.
Herron, J. Conway, G. Porter, B. Davis, S.
Fraizer, R. Reno, B. Dalton, G. Mark. BACK
ROW: S. Holloway, J. Kolvasky, T. Bell, R. Wil-
liams, E. Lee, B. Modlin, C. Archy, K. Hoke.
Annette Frazier, FORSCO president, makes a
sign to promote a disco dance.
Spanish students make a presentation to
FORSCO, the Foreign Student
Committee, helped host exchange
students and stimulated students to
consider visiting other countries. Of-
ficers were Annette Frazier, presi-
dentg Tammie Parks, vice-President,
Cindy Leduc, secretary, Dawn Haas,
treasurerp and Kicki Eurlin and Robin
FORSCO used money-making pro-
jects such as a foreign food sale, and
a Thanksgiving dance to help ex-
change students, Kicki Eurlin, Swe-
den, and Ximena Tossi, Chile, with
their school expenses.
Fun activities included a tradition-
al Halloween party in the park, an
old-fashioned Christmas exchange
of customs, field trips, and foreign
All CHS students were invited to
join FORSCO to enjoy international
goodwill and to make friends that
would last a life-time.
FRONT ROW: C. Dishman, J. Thompson, S
Chamberlain, P. Moore, D. Dubinger, S. Fra-
zier, J. Baker. MIDDLE ROW: S. Staley, M
Zornes, L. Ratcliff, K. McCorkIe, S. Herron, X.
. . .71 f Tossi, c. Hankenhoff, D. oewm, B. Bingham
Y BACK ROW: C. Leduc, T. Parks, J. Short B 4
Trieschman, C. Tower, Amy Vaughan J f
Parks, K. Eurlin, C. Marcum, K. Hail.
FRONT ROW: Sandy York, Beth Staley, Penny
Weston, Dawn Dutrow, Sheila Denney, Amy
Watkins. BACK ROW: Beverly Hunt, Viola
Voiles, Diane Daniels, Michelle Ellson, Mary
Mark, Rhonda Stockton, Charlotte Taylor.
FRONT ROW: Lisa Sutherland, Debbie Peavie,
Lynn Dick, Sonya Kennedy, Jackie Keener,
Linda Edmondson. BACK ROW: Rhonda Dal-
ton, Karen Cooney, Lori McDonald, Sue Sta-
ley, Sandy Bell, Melynda Payne, Rita Smith.
Preparing students for office oc-
cupations was the purpose of the Of-
fice Education Association in the ln-
tensive Office Laboratory. Officers
were Beth Staley, president: Sheila
Denney, vice-president: Charlotte
Taylor, secretary: Beverly Hunt,
treasurer: Sandy York, historian:
and Mrs. Carolyn Todd, coordinator.
Installation of officers occurred
Sept. 27 at Mac's Steakhouse. Offi-
cers attended a Leadership Confer-
Maria Gibson and Rochelle Adams talk abou
a C.O.E. problem.
ence on Oct. 14 at Ben Davis High
School. OEA-IOL also held fund rais-
ing drives, selling candy and candles.
Another branch of O.E.A. was the
associate chapter which was made
up of juniors and sophomores.
There were 13 members of asso-
.O.L. member Michelle Ellson discusses a
Jroblem that she has with an important busi-
mess project, hoping to find a good solution.
Mary Mark listens with great interest, during
her three hour l.O.L.class, while Mrs. Todd
gives tips on improving their typing.
Cooperative Office Education,
better known as COE, was one of the
busiest groups in school. They put
on many events throughout the
school year. Monthly birthday par-
ties, the Christmas party, the Spe-
cial Olympic Rock-a-thon, and host-
ing the District 9 contests on Feb. 17
were among some of the biggest
events of the year. The group par-
ticipated in regional, state, and na-
tional office educational contests as
part of its yearly program to develop
leadership, strong attitudes, along
with service and poise.
Offices this year were held by Car-
ol Matney, president, Sandy Crab-
tree, vice-president, Sharon Den-
ney, secretary: Pat Cross, treasurer:
and Betty Smith, historian. Mr. Cecil
Powell was the coordinator.
FRONT ROW: Betty Smith, Tina Cummings, , i Carol Matney, Joan Hall, Jean Ann Hine-
Pat Cross, Kathy Zinkan, Deniece Oakes, baugh- BACK ROWS R0Cl'19lle Adams. Susan
Sharon Denney. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Powell, ,E Booher, Tawnya Miller, Jamie Ingram, Sandy
Maria Gibson, Kelly Marlow, Sandy Crabtree, Shipley. Sally Sheridan, Tammy Mullins.
Channel 11 club members re-
ceived an opportunity that was very
rare at the high school level as they
learned how to work in the area of
broadcast media. ln addition to
learning how to operate cameras,
video recorders and control room
equipment, they received exper-
ience in production and served as
assistants in maintaining school tele-
vision equipment. School news was
brought to the community daily over
For the first time in the New Cas-
tle schools, color cameras were
used on productions. The highlight
of the year occurred when students
entered the Statewide Media Fair
competing for awards and viewing
fellow students' projects. Last year's
entry was an award winner, and
sponsor Alan Oliver expected even
better results this year.
Officers were Jeff Dillon, presi-
dent, Judi Popplewell, vice-presi-
dent, Sandy Shipley,-secretary, and
Sheila Keller, treasurer.
Mr. Oliver checks a camera to see if it is in
Jeff Dillon tests Channel 11 equipment before
going on the air.
FRONT ROW: Sandy Shipley, Jeff Dillon, Judi
Popplewell, Sheila Keller, Karl Niles. BACK
ROW: Dennis Pyle, Greg Brown, Scott
Haynes, Jeff Murphy, Mr. Oliver.
Sandy Shipley takes a phone message as she 'W
arranges a program. gl
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After a few years of thinking and
talking about it, the Electronics Club
has become the Bundy Auditorium
Tech Staff. This year, they did the
lights and sound for all the shows
that took place in the auditorium like
Kiwanis Travelogues, First Nighter
plays and many convocations.
The Tech Staff also set up the con-
cession stands for all home basket-
ball and football games and ran one
stand to raise money for a banquet
at the end of the year. Andy May
served as president with Greg
Brown, secretary-treasurer, and Mr.
Robert Johnson, sponsor.
Andy May runs the board that holds the audio
and visual controls to Bundy Auditorium.
FRONT ROW: Terry Robinson, Andy May,
Dennis Pyle. BACK ROW: Kris Bridges, Scott
Brown, Greg Brown.
Jeff Brown looks up from the controls to ask a
Bundy Tech Staff member David Johnson
is busy at work in the classroom.
The 23 HERO members worked to
improve career objectives in child
care, food service, hotels, motels,
and the dietary areas of hospitals
and rest homes. They discussed
working conditions, business prac-
tices and learned about all areas of
home economics occupations. Spe-
cial speakers were guests several
times during the year.
Activities included a pizza party in
October, a bowling party and picnic
in the spring and the annual HERO
Jada Dickerson prepares cokes at the HERO
EmD'0Ye"'EmPl0Yee Banquet- Guymon was their coordinator.
Officers were Jada Dickerson,
president: Brian Eversole, vice-presi-
dent: Lana Mercer, treasurer: Dawn
Butler, secretary: and Kathy
Schmidt, historian. Miss Muzetta
HERO members met third period. In
the afternoons they worked at
Home Economics Related Occupa-
Charlotte Smith prepares for duty at the
FRONT ROW Dawn Butler Gwen Robertson
Lisa Dishman, Teresa Bell. SECOND ROW:
Gail Dumford, Lana Mercer, Kathy Schmidt,
Angela Parkhurst. THIRD ROW: Charlotte
Heard, Charlotte Smith, Connie Acrey, Janet
Blevins Jada Dickerson Barbara Smith Sid
well, Connie Pierce. BACK ROW: Miss Guy-
mon, Jeff Sorrell, Brian Eversole, Steve
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Angela Cook looks up just in time to hear the
Health Occupations is a class and
a club for people who are interested
in the health field after graduating.
Fields in the area range from nursing
to dental technician to physical and
occupational therapy. During the
senior year they go to school half-
day and then on to work.
H.O. had a few money making pro-
jects such as selling calenders, can-
dy, and cactus plants. They attend-
ed a party at Heritage House for the
residents, and had a few class par-
Officers were Emily Woodward,
president: Jeanni Wooten, secre-
tary: Gene Crump, treasurer: Teresa
Binion, historian: Cindi DeWitt, parli-
mentarian. All of the officers attend-
ed State Elections and for the first
time in C.H.S. history four placed
out of six in state positions. Emily
Woodward placed as president:
Sheila West, vice-president: Gene
Crump, historian: Teresa Binion,
H.O. members also attended a
Skill Day March 17, to give demon-
strations of the work they do in their
FRONT ROW: Marina Marshall, Mary Pierce,
Lee Ann Miller, Patti Parker, Jacqueline Ba-
ker, Teresa Burger, Sheila Clem, Sheila West,
Linda Piercy, Emily Woodward, Jeanni Woo-
ten. SECOND ROW: Annie Fultz, Beth Thur-
ston, Wendy Wasson, Julie Klein, Angela
Cook, Karen Hail, Anita Baugh, Janet Brown-
ing, Teresa Binion, Gene Crump. THIRD ROW:
Brenda Jordon, Marie Brown, Cindi DeWitt,
Julia Teel, Karen Walters, Vera Littrell, Shar-
on Walters, Terri Williams, Judi Popplewell.
BACK ROW: Howard Dudley, Cyndee Baker,
Marilyn Smith, Melinda Sampley, Tammy
Weesner, Lance Ford, Robyn Polansky, Linda
Dean, Mrs. Contreras.
"Preparing to be leaders in the
working world" was the theme of
VICA this year. VICA was a group of
four clubs, all trying to give students
experience with industrial life.
VlCA!1 and 2 was a combination
of machine shop and welding under
the supervision of Mr. Conway and
Mr. Rush. Members of this branch
attended state conventions, held
elections and went on a field trip to
the Chrysler Corporation. Three stu-
dents in this club were elected to
VICA 3 was a graphic communica-
tions club supervised by Mr. Koby.
They made money by selling candy,
heat iron-on transfers and by screen
printing. They also printed school
supplies for both the high school and
junior high and the junior high
Terry Denny and Brad Hakes are intent on
their work in Machine Shop.
VICA C FRONT ROW: M. Wilson, R. Hinsey, R.
Blevins, J. Lowe, R. Tyner, C. Troxell, Mr. Soil
man. SECOND ROW: K. Cox, P. Bir, J. Carpen
ter, T. Wientraut, K. Key, D. Butler, R. White.
THIRD ROW: T. Duvall, T. Steele, M. Conway,
J. Catron, R. Day, J. Dillon, M. Wantz, G. Whit
tle, D. Guffey, H. Robertson. BACK ROW: K
Stover, M. Herbert, M. McDonald, B. Good
win, T. Waddell, J. Copp, A. May, J. Dillon, J
VICA D-4 - FRONT ROW: Jeff Hancock, Alan Stockman, Ken Bennett, Jeff Ballenger, Artie
Mercer, Charles Orcutt, Terry Clapp, Jack Lee, Mark Rigney. BACK ROW: Brian Shelton,
Thurman, MIDDLE ROW: Ray Antley Paul Kevin Carender, Kevin Orr, Mike Moore.
VICA D-4 was the building trades
branch of VICA and was supervised
by Mr. Miller. It gave students the
chance to build a house. These stu-
dents gained experience in plumb-
ing, electronics, and architecture
while building their project. It had an
estimated cost of 540,000 and when
finished was auctioned off to the
VICA-C, Industrial Cooperative
Training, was the single largest
branch of the VlCAs. The purpose of
this group was to get on-the-job
training. Members of VICA-C went to
school for a half day and then
worked for a half day at industrial
related occupations. All five VICA
clubs were a part of the Vocational
Industrial Clubs of America.
VICA D-3 - FRONT ROW: J. Price, D. Ratcliff,
B. Gentry, B. Bright. BACK ROW: J. Polston,
H. Foster, Mr. Koby, R. Kennedy, T. Wilhelm,
Diana Ratcliff works in graphic communica
tions to prepare some slides.
VICA 1 8t 2 - FRONT ROW: B. Arnold, T.
Clapp, J. Grider, K. Garner, L. Killingbeck, D.
Piercy, W. Jessee, D. Williams, D. Reichart, A.
Kilgore, S. Bennett, D. Carnes, M. Bennett.
SECOND ROW: K. Weaver, C. Suttles, J. Cole,
D. Spera, B. Carlton, E. Stigall, M. Sumpter, B.
Hakes, J. Werking, J. Hancock. THIRD ROW:
G. Raby, P. Dellinger, R. Walker, R. Martin, R.
Maze, K. Prosser, E. Chriswell, J. Souther-
land, T. Moreland, Mr. Rush, Mr. Conway.
BACK ROW: T. Denney, J. Hill, J. Asberry, M.
Jones, J. Castle, D. Robinson, T. Choate, R.
Regner, K. Kovacs. R. Burcham, P. Penticuff
DECA, or Distributive Education
Clubs of America, had many money
making projects, one of which was
selling candy. They provided
Thanksgiving baskets for the Holly
Hills Nursing Home and sent a check
to the First Aid Unit.
The purpose of DECA was to help
the members understand business
and marketing and to develop lead-
ership abilities. The officers were
Christine Baker, chapter president,
Karla Hauser, chaplain, Rick Barr,
chapter vice-president, Kevin La-
varnway, public relations: Cindy
Crabtree, secretary, and Sharon
Skaggs, treasurer. Christine Baker
served as district vice-president.
District Elections and District con-
tests were held here at Chrysler in
the early fall. Later club members
competed in district contest and
several advanced to the state.
Presenting a Thanksgiving fruit basket to tne
Holly Hills director are Kathy McWhorter and
DECA Seniors - FRONT ROW: Jay Harris,
Sherry Jaynes, Janet Brock, John Fox, Lisa
Halfacre, Jerry Lantz, Randy Howard. MID-
DLE ROW: Sharon Skaggs, Connie Young,
Sandi Cooper, Chris Baker, Kathy Neal, John
during a DECA meeting.
Herndon, James Groce, Mr. Smith. BACK
ROW: Kevin Lavarnway, Mike Hinton, Robyn
Luellen, Scott Pope, Cindy Crabtree, John
Garces, Kathy McWhorter, Teresa Riggle, Ka-
ren James, Matt Smith.
Students show their concern for a proble
Expressions are varied as DECA students
work on a retailing problem.
DECA juniors - FRONT ROW: Jay Pierce,
Todd Carter, Jason Higgins, Loring Lee, Rob-
ert Dalton. SECOND ROW: Randy Saunders,
Candy Hankenhoff, Julie Murphy, Wendy Gib-
son, Terry Gold, Tony Hacker. THIRD ROW:
Tim Slagle, Debbie Huston, Frankie Ballenger,
Peggy McClure, Brenda Bertram, Tina Park-
er, Sherri Pierce. BACK ROW: Tim Swift,
George James, Karolyn Selvy, Kelly Nicholas,
DECA Seniors Jay Harris listens intently to
Mr. Smith during a club meeting.
Bible Club helped members use
the Bible as literature and also to
look into occupations related to reli-
gious training. To raise money, Bible
Club had several cookie sales. Offi-
cers elected were Lynn Furrow,
president, Tim Boyd, vice-president,
Debbie Neal, secretary, and Kathy
Jaynes, treasurer. Mr. Hobart Risley
was the sponsor.
Mr. Risley presides over a Bible club meeting.
Club sponsor, Mr. Risley, and vice-president,
Tim Boyd, talk with secretary, Kathy Jaynes.
Club members enioy themselves at the annu
al Christmas party.
FRONT ROW: Mr. Risley, Beth Staley, Lynn
Furrow, Jay Jackson, Tim Boyd. MIDDLE
ROW: Paula Crabtree, Mary Jo Zorns, Asha
Troxell. BACK ROW: Kathy Jaynes, Debbie
Becky Trieshman, Charity Tower and other
workers skillscreened hundreds of heat trans-
fers for T-Shirts.
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STANDING: Amy Vaughan, Becky Triesch- V
man, Mary Jo Zornes. SEATED: Kelly Livezey, Chl'iS Keflemef.
After a long period of unofficial
status, the art club became a legiti-
mate, registered reality this year.
Organization was slow, but a small,
determined group spent after-
school hours on money-making pro-
Tote-bags and calendars were of-
fered for sale, and the club pro-
duced the T-Shirts designed by Allen
Simmons and worn by the SUPER
SENIORS of C.H.S. The object of the
industrious members was to finance
a museum trip in the spring. Other
plans for club activities included dis-
plays and demonstrations during
March Youth Art month.
The group hopes to promote art
activities in S.H.S. and to encourage
participation of all interested stu-
dents and staff.
Annette Frazier, Bill Bingham, Valisa Phelps,
National Honor Society honorees
were voted membership by the fac-
ulty on the basis of Leadership, Ser-
vice, Character and Scholarship.
They also had to have a high grade
N.H.S. members were responsible
for tabulating the school's honor roll
and providing a Christmas tree for
the lobby. They also sponsored a toy
drive to provide the Salvation Army
with gifts for needy children. Initi-
ates were installed in the spring of
their junior or senior year. First se-
mester officers were Jim Razor,
presidentg Jackie Shadrick, vice-
president, Jane Kern, secretary, Ja-
net Browning, treasurerg and the
sponsor was Mrs. Judith Sorrell.
National Honor Society also sold
note cards with pictures of C.H.S. on
them. They came eight in a package
and sold for 51.50.
FRONT ROW: Debbie Trainer, Jane Kern,
Beth Conkin, Janet Browning, Jackie Sha-
drick, Allen McGrew, Tim Webb. BACK ROW:
Kevin Pasman, Jim Razor, Allen Simmons,
Mrs. Sorrell, sponser of N.H.S. and honoree
Jane Kern attended a meeting.
The Christmas tree chosen by N.H.S. mem-
bers brightens the lobby.
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S.A.C. consisted of 30 people, 10
from each grade were voted on in
the class elections at the beginning
of the year. Officers of S.A.C. were
Tom Thalls, president, Tona Thalls,
vice-presidentg Susan Stawick, sec-
retary, and Charity Tower, treasur-
er. The major project that S.A.C. put
on for the student body was the win-
ter dance which was held in Febru-
ary. Members held many money
making projects to provide funds for
the dance which was one of the
main social events of the year.
Members sold tickets, worked on
decorations, and provided enter-
tainment for the dance.
Vice-president Tona Thalls looks over plans
for an extra special Winter Dance.
FRONT ROW: Feryl Dubinger, Gina Poynter,
Tammy Lee, Dixie Dudelston, Christy Has-
tings, Monica Lockhart, Nancy Dudley, Julie
Jones. MIDDLE ROW: Kristi Raines, Sherri
Dietz, Nora Rust, Jenny Melton, Tona Thalls,
Sherri Burton, Tia Lee, Pete Stawick. BACK
ROW: Susan Stawick, Tom Thalls, Cindy Sahl-
berg, Charity Tower, Jenny Cross, Diane Dan-
iels, Kelly Gibbons, Deane Dubinger, Jenny
Turnbull, Randy Ayers.
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With 415 graduates, the Class of
'79 was one of the biggest in CHS
history. They chose the motto "For
yesterday is but a dream, and to-
morrow is only a vision, but today
well lived makes yesterday a dream
of happiness and every tomorrow a
vision of hope." The class colors
were ivory and powder blue, and the
ivory Carnation was the class flower.
The senior year was one to iong remember
from that first class meeting to the cow on
the football field, the "Super Senior" T-shirts,
and leadership in ail school activities.
Lana Jo Aaron
Connie Sue Acrey
Rachelle Kay Adams
Deborah Georgan Akers
Joyce Adele Antic
Mary Ellen Atkinson
Gregory Raynard Ayers
Jeffrey Lee Ayres
Jacqueline Diane Baker
James Alan Baker
'Mae Christine Baker
Christopher Bernard Baranski
Richard Lee Barr
. Anne Elizabeth Bateman
Anita Gail Baugh
Date Brent Bell
Robert Curtis Bell
Teresa Lynn Bell
Michael Scott Bennett
Michael Wayne Bennett
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Allen Lee Bertram
Paul George Bir
Anthony Brian Blackburn
Kathryn Ann Bland
John Douglas Bledsoe
Janet Lynn Blevins
Randall Vince Blevins
Susan Elaine Booher
Timothy Wesley Bowers
Penelope Lynn Bowman
John Arthur Boyd
Timothy Wynn Boyd
Michael Douglas Bratton
Billy D. Bright
Tammara Jo Brinson
Jeffrey Alan Brown
Patricia Lynn Brown
Janet Kay Browning
Alan Lee Broyles
David Sylvester Buchanon
Stacy Len Buggle
Teresa Ann Burger
Michael Dwayne Burton
Barry Dean Byers
Audrey Veronica Campbell
Brad Allen Carlton
Danny Irvin Carnes
John Lewis Carnes Jr.
Joseph Lee Carpenter
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Tracy Alan Choate
Steven Curtis Clapp
Timothy Lee Clapp
Jeffrey Allen Clark
Kenneth Michael Clark
Rebecca Sue Clark
Cathy Sue Cole
John Eric Coleman
Michael Raymond Conaway
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Donna Joan Conway
Angela Lynn Cook
Royce Howard Cook
Sandra Kaye Cooper
Senior Commons got off to a late
start this year even with a few new
rules and regulations, but the Senior
Class still was able to make it a
home away from home - from
study hall. Senior Commons always
has been a tradition at CHS. This
year, the class raised money in
hopes of reuphoistering the chairs
for coming ciasses.
Lori Ratcliff seems to be enjoying both the
comforts and conversations of commons.
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LaVonna Dean Cory
Robin Brian Cosby
Kevin Scott Cox
Tracey Diane Crabtree
Donna Kay Criswell
Brad Elliott Crockett
Jeffrey David Cross
Jennifer Dawn Cross
Kathy Jo Cross
Patricia Ann Cross
Betina Annette Cumrnin
Clorissa Jan Cummings
Alvin Bryan Daffrom
Tony Ray Daffron
Debra Ann Daniei
Carol Anne Davis
Cheryl Lynn Davis
Andrea Meyer finds commons the best place
to discuss the "daze" experiences.
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Patty Thrasher led the Class of
1979 through both the junior and
senior years, and back at Parkview
she also was the freshman class
president. She was the first girl in
CHS history to lead the graduating
class as president. Her supporting
cast included Tom Thalls, vice-presi-
dentg Susan Stawick, secretaryg and
Charity Towers, treasurer. The ex-
ecutive officers were able to raise
over a thousand dollars for end-of-
year Senior activities.
Senior officers are Patty Thrasher, Susan
Stawick, Tom Thalls, and Charity Tower.
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Debra Kay Davis
Linda Jo Dean
Lori Ann Deasy
Sharon Marie Denney
Sheila Ann- Denney
Cynthia Dawn DeWitt
Kimberly Sonja Dick-Howell 'fy
Jada Lynn Dickerson
Jeffrey William Dillon
Lisa Ann Dishman
Sean Edward Donahue
Brenda Jane Dorn
Deanne Marie Dubinger
Lisa Dawn Dudley-Sweigart
Gail Lee Dumford
Dawn Marie Dutrow
Brian Jeffrey Duvall
Terry Lynn Duvall
Timothy Joe Duvall
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Jennifer Lynn Dye
Phillip Bruce Easter
Michelle Denise Ellson
Eva Kristina Eurlin
Brian Keith Eversole
Traci Ann Eversole
Joyce Dawn Fearin
Anthony Dean Fellers
Darrell Lynn Ferguson
Thomas Scott Flowers
Kameron Francis Ford
Lance Alan Ford
Janet Sue Fowler
Angeiia Renee' Fox
Danita Yvette Fox
Johnnie Lawrence Fox
Richard David Franklin
Frances Annette Frazier
Juan Manuel Garces
Terry Dale Garreth
Keith Brian Gerken
Debra Gayle Gibson
Vesta Maria Gibson
Madonna Lucretia Givens
Anthony Van Goar
Gregory Todd Goodwin
Kelly Dru Gribbons
Bill Junior Groce
James Paul Groce
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Mary Ann Hagerman
Karen Fay Hail
Kevin Ray Hail
Bradley Owen Hakes
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David Alan Hamilton
Timothy Alan Hammond
Jeffery Guy Hancock
Joseph Gene Hancock Q-we
Jay Douglas Harris
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Terry Laine Hart
Karla Van Hauser
Joyce Ann Hawk
Charlotte Ann Heard
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Michael Ray Hinton
David Edward Hoover
Karen M. Horn
John Charles Hostetler
James Robert Howard
Randy Alan Howard
Brett Fredrick Howell
Lisa Mae Hughes
Tammy Jo Hughes
Sandra Kay Hughett
Marion Stuart Humbles
Beverley Anne Hunt
Tammy Lea Hunter
Kevin Randall Hutslar
Wayne Gray Huxhold
Richard Bryan lngersoll
Jamie Lynn lngram
Gerri Lynn Jackson-Olsen
Karen May James
Sherry Lynne Jaynes
Wayne Michael Jessee
Tamara Jean Johnson-Riggs
Kristi Lynn Jones-Dalton
Michael Allen Jones
Phillip Wiley Jones
Rex Allen Jones
Steven Wayne Jones
Terry Lee Jones
Chad Allen Keesling
CQJHEQS SJENJIQURS DUN T
Kent Alan Keith
Virgil Lee Kelley
Christena Lyn Kenemer
Jane Anne Kern
Kendric Paul Key Jr.
Tammy J. Kiesewetter
Kenneth Alan Kilgore
Lloyd Wayne Killingbeck
Michael William Kingsley
Vincent dePaul Kinkade
Todd Kevin Klotz
Jeffrey Dale Knowling
Timothy Wayne Kuhn
Jerry Allen Lantz
Kevin Russell Lavarnway
Richard John Lavery lV
Cynthia Ann Leduc
Brenda Jo Lee
Elaine Kay Lewis
Kurt William Lindsey
Eileen Jeanette Lindsey
Cynthia Kay Lines
Lawrence Daniel Lingenfelter
Vera Maxine Littrell
Kelly Michele Livezey
Carolyn Ann Louden
Don Lee Loveless
Jackie Ray Lowe
Wanda Gay Lowhorn
Brian Lee Luellen
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Roberta Ann Luellen
Melissa Ann Maddox
Matthew Todd Malloy
Matthew Steven Maloney
Mary Ann Mark
Todd Michael Mark
Kelly Ann Marlow
Terrence Dean Marlow
Tammy Lyne Mason
Catherine Sue Masters
Mark Bregg Mastin
Carol Ann Matney
Andrew J. May
Julie Anr- Mayfield
Brent Alan Maze
Allen Johnson McGrew
Mark William McMillan
Kathy Ann McWhorter
The hard working team of John Hos-
tetler, Terry Hart, Vincent Kinkade,
Steve Hart, Mark Reagan, and Todd
Witham keep the Trojan spirit gallup-
ing this year with the construction of
the eight foot tall, green, gold and
white Trojan horse, The horse had
trouble finding a permanent home at
CHS, though, because its height
made it difficult to fit it through any
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Jeffrey Dean Melton
Alan Lee Mercer
Lana Sue Mercer-Ridenour
Andrea Lynn Meyer
Robert Joseph Miller
Tawanya Kae Miller
Terry Lane Miller
Timothy Alan Misner
Charles Stanley Modlin Jr.
Charles Michael Moore
Tammy Wautina Mullins
Michael .lay Murray
Kathy Ann Neal
Vicki Ann Newman
Rebecca Sue Nichols
Kathryn Lou Nillis
Mark Alan Noll
These lucky people were able to keep a 3.8
grade point average which earned them hon-
or iackets with crests. FRONT ROW: Mary Ha-
german, Becky Nichols, Debra Gibson, Cindy
Leduc, Carol Davis, Sandy Crabtree, Beth
Conkin, BACK ROW: Clifford Ziebold, Allen
lVlcGrew, Tom Flowers, Bryan Ingersoll, Allen
Simmons, Tim Webb, Jim Razor, Debbie
Trainer. Congratulations, gang!
These people earned certificates of honor
and crests. FRONT ROW: Brenda Lee, Susan
Booher, Tammy Brinson, Charity Tower, Pat-
ty Thrasher, Karla Hauser, Pat Cross. MIDDLE
ROW: Teresa Burger, Judi Popplewell, Jane
Kern, Susan Stawick, Jenny Turnbull, Jackie
Shadrick, Christine Baker, Lisa Stackhouse.
BACK ROW: Carol Matney, Chris Baranski,
Brad Carlton, Brad Crockett, Joe Pierce, Ke-
vin Pasman, Jim Howard, Terry Hart, Chad
Keesling, and Kelly Livezey. NOT PICTURED:
Rachelle Adams, Janet Browning, Claude Da-
vis, Cynthia DeWitt, David Franklin, Annette
Frazier, David Hamilton, Terry Miller, Kim
McCorkle, Kathy Nitlis, David Pfenninger, Lisa
Kevin Wayne Orr
Mark Sean Orr
Angela Ann Parkhurst
Tarnmie Jo Parks
Kevin Scott Pasman
Deborah Lynn Pentecost
Rhonda Jan Perdue
Martha Ellen Peterson
Jeffrey Wayne Petry
David Todd Pfenninger
Valesa Maria Phelps
' Karen Lynn Pickett
' Connie Lynn Pierce
' Joseph McConnell Pierce
Mary Elizabeth Pierce
Vicki Ann Pierce
Linda Kaye Piercy
Jeffrey Bryant Pinneo
Jeffrey Eugene Polston
Judi Lynn Popplewell
James Dennis Prince
Timothy Paul Pritchett
David Lee Pyle
Deborah Arleen Rabenstein
Roberta Ruby Polansky-Wilkinson
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Diana Lynn Ratcliff
Lori Ann Ratcliif
James Ralph Razor
Mark Allen Reagan
Terrie Lynn Rearner
Sherry Lynn Reno
Suzanne Elaine Reyman
Barbara Jane Richards-Wilkinson
Teresa Jane Riggle
Debra Lynn Rigney
Timothy Edward Rigney
Anthony Lee Roach
Samuel Nathan Roberts
Gwendolyn Elaine Robertson
Rebecca Lyn Robinson
Pamela Lynn Romine
Thomas Joe Roush
Todd Leslie Ruetz
Natalie .lo Rust
Cynthia Lynn Sahlberg
Rayce L. Sare
Kathryn Ann Schmidt
Robin Gayle Schroth
Rhonda .lo Schuffman
Ronald Jay Schwinn
Jennie Elizabeth Scotten
Jacqueline Therese Shadrick
Jeffrey Lee Shelton
Sally Jo Sheridan
Sandra Lee Shipley
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Karen Lynn Showalter
Robert Allen Simmons
Sharon Marie Skaggs
Barbara Ann Smith-Sidwell
Betty Jo Smith
Charlotte Mae Smith
Karen Sue Smith
Laura Jean Smith
Marilyn Ann Smith
Matthew Wayne Smith
Jeffrey Scott Sorrell
Vanessa Dawn Sparks
Karen Lynn Spradlln-Chesher
Lisa Helen Staci-fhouse
Elizabeth Ann Staley
Susan Mary Stawick
Shari Renee Stephens
Talmadge Clayton Stephens
Kathleen Rose Stevens
"Rowdie, Rowdie, Rowdie" was
the chant which echoed throughout
the halls of CHS as the spirit built for
fall sports and continued throughout
the year. The Senior Class knew
"Rowdie" well as they led the school
through many rowdie times.
John Coleman, Dan Stiening, Spiritrnan
Steve Hart, and Trojan mascot Vincent
Kinkade lead the school in a very rowdie
Daniel Robert Stiening
Earl William Stigall
Paul Conrad Stockman
Rhonda Gayle Stockton
Rex Allen Stonecipher
.lama Leah Stonerock
Tamara Kay Stoops
MaLaura Dawn Strukel
Michael A. Sumpter
Joseph Michael Sutherland
Tonya Dalane Swim
Michael Evan Taylor
Julia Ann Teel
Thomas Kirklan Thalls
Michael Gene Thomason
Patricia Lynn Thrasher
Beth Ann Thurston
Lisa Jo Tichenor
Ronald Lee Tinch
Ximena Andrea Tossi-Ramos
Charity Renae Tower
Yvonne Marie Tower
Deborah Ann Trainor
Rebekah Yvette Trieschman
Carl William Troxell
Jennifer Joan Turnbull
Anthony Lee Turner
Gina Marie Tyner
Roy Allen Tyner
Danny Roy Upchurch
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Amy Louise Vaughan
Samuel Ray Vitatoe
Viola Ann Voiles
Thomas Ray Waddell
Karen Fay Walters
Sharon Kay Walters
Michael Alan Wantz
Virginia Anne Watkins
Timothy Lee Webb
Tammy Lee Weesner
Timothy Joseph Weintraut
Sheila LaVonne West
Kimberly Kay White
Rodney Lee White
Steven Edgar White
Cynthia Marie Whittle
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Karl Alan Wilhelm
Tony Edward Wilhelm
Billy Joe Wilkinson
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,Popplewell studies intently.
Richard Darnell Williams
Monte Craig Wilson
James Todd Witham
Emily Gail Woodward
Jeanni Lynn Wooten
Jeffrey Alan Ciempola
D. Jeffrey Fox
Richard Allen Godby
David Lynn Gutfey
Kathy Ruth Hill
Jama Lynn Nloffitt
Richard Alan Shiffler
Rodney Dean Smith
Karen Jo Vannatta
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Hope Jane Wright
Sandra Kay York
Connie Jean Young
Clifford Scott Ziebold
Seniors helped make this year their best
by promoting spirit.
AARON, LANA JO: Girls' Track: Bible Club:
ACREY, CONNIE SUE: HERO
ADAMS, RACHELLE KAY: Band, COE: OEA.
AKER, DEBORAH G.: Flag Corps: Junior Usher:
Play Productions: Pom-Pon Corps: Pep Club:
Library Assistant: May Breakfast Usher.
ANTIC, JOYCE ADELE: Girls' Basketball: Girls'
ATKINSON, MARY ELLEN: Girls' Tennis: OEA:
Library Assistant: May Breakfast Usher.
AYERS, GREGORY RAYNARD: Football: Wres-
tling: DECA: Optimist Honoree,
AYRES, JEFFREY LEE: Band: Track.
BAKER, JACQUELINE DIANE: Girls' Basketball:
Girls' Softball: Girls' Volleyball: Girls' Track: Cer-
tificate Winner: F.C.A: H.0.: ROSENNIAL.
BAKER, JAMES ALAN: Football: Baseball:
FORSCO: Foreign Exchange Student: intramu-
ral Basketballg Spanish Club.
BAKER, MAE CHRISTINE: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: DECA: Flag Corps: FORSCO: Pom-
Pon Corps: La Sociedad I-lonoraria Hispanica:
BARANSKI, CHRISTOPHER BERNARD: Chess
Club: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: Thespi-
BARR, RICHARD L,: Boys' Swimming: Channel
11: DECA vice-pres.: FCA.: Junior Usher,
BATEMAN, ANNE ELIZABETH: Girls' Gymnas-
tics: Optimist Honoree: Pep Club: Honor Jacket
BAUGH, ANITA GAIL: Chorale: H,O. Junior Ush-
er: Pep Club: J.C.L.
BELL, DALE BRENT: VICA HD".
BELL, ROBERT CURTIS: Basketball Captain:
F.C.A.: Guest of Rotary: Optimist Honoree.
BELL, TERESA LYNN: HERO.
BENNETT, MICHAEL SCOTT: Vocational Weld-
BENNETT, MICHAEL WAYNE: Vocational Weid-
BENSON DONALD AARON: Intramural Basket-
BERTRAM, ALLEN LEE: intramural Basketball.
BIR, PAUL GEORGE: VICA "C": VICA
BLACKBURN, ANTHONY BRIAN: Band.
BLAND, KATHRYN ANN: Girls' Basketball: Girls'
volleyball: Girls' Track: F.C.A.: Library Assis-
BLEDSOE, JOHN DOUGLAS: Track: Electronic
Club: Play Productions: Prom Decorations
BLEVINS, JANET LYNN: Girls' Cheerblock:
BLEVINS, RANDALL VANCE: VICA
BOOHER, SUSAN ELAINE: Girls' Gymnastics:
Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: COE GAA:
OEAg Prom Committee,
BOWERS, TIMOTHY VIESLEY: Football: Wres-
tling: Track: F.C.A.: Guest of Rotary: Junior Ush-
er: Prom Committee: ROSENNIAL: Christmas
Dance Committee: Yearbook Workshop.
BOWMAN, PENELOPE LYNN: Girls' Basketball:
Girls' Volleyball: Girls' Track.
BOYD, JOHN ARTHUR: Basketball captain:
Football: Track Captain: DI-ICA: F.C.A.: Guest of
BOYD, TIMOTHY WYNN: Football: Bible Club -
vice-pres.: VICA "D".
BRATTON, MICHAEL D: Academics Major.
BRIGHT, BILLY D.: Boys' Swimming: Chess
Club: Channel ll: VICA "D"
BRINSON, TAMMARA JO: Girls' Volleyball: Cer-
tificate Winner: Chorale: Crest Winner: Flag
Corps: Pom-Pon Corps: La Sociedad l-lonoraria
BROWN, JEFFREY ALAN: industrial Ed. Major.
BROWN. PATRICIA LYNN: Home Ec. Major.
BROWNING, JANET KAY: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: FORSCO, Health Occupations:
National Honor Society: OEA: Prom Refresh-
ment Committee: Pep Club: May Breakfast Ush-
BROYLES, ALAN L.: Football: Intramural Bas-
ketball: Winter Dance: Christmas Dance Com-
BUCHANON, DAVID SYLVESTER: Basketball:
BUGGLE, STACY LEN: Intramural Basketball.
BURGER, TERESA ANN: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: HO.: OEA: Optimist Honoree.
BURTON, MICHAEL DWAYNE: Foods Major.
BYERS, DEAN: VICA
CAMPBELL, AUDREY VERONICA: Girls' Cheerb-
lock: Spanish Club: Pep Club: Wrestling Pep
CARLTON, BRAD ALLEN: Football: Certificate
Winner: Crest Winner: VICA "D": Senior - vice-
pres.: Junior -- pres.
BARNES, DANNY IRVIN: Vocational Machine
CARNES, JOHN L.: Football: Wrestling: Guest of
CARPENTER, JOSEPH L.: VICA
CARRENDER, RITA CAROL: F.C.A.: Girls'
Cheerblock: Pep Club: Bible Club: Junior
CATRON, JAMES MICHAEL: Wrestling: VICA
CATRON, MICHAEL DEWAYNE: VICA
CATRON, SHEILA K.: Health Occupations.
CHAMBERLAIN, SANDRA DEE: F.C.A.:
FORSCO: Junior Usher: Jazz Band: PHOENIX
Co-Ed.: Prom Coronation Comm: Chr.: Thespi-
ans: Pep Club.
CHESHER, RANDALL WAYNE: Industrial Ed, Ma-
CHOATE, TRACY ALAN: Wrestling: VICA "D".
CIEMPOLA, JEFFREY ALAN: HERO.
CLAPP, STEVEN CURTIS: VlCA "D".
CLAPP, TIMOTHY LEE: VICA "D:",
CLARK, JEFFREY ALLEN: Voc. Bldg. Trades Ma-
CLARKS, KENNETH MICHAEL: VICA
CLARK, REBECCA SUE: Homemaking Maior.
COLE, CATHY SUE: Junior DECA: Junior Usher:
Jr, Achievement secy.: treas.
COLEMAN, JOHN ERIC: Football: wrestling:
Band: Guest of Rotary: Prom Refreshment Cnr.
CONAWAY, MICHAEL RAYMOND: VICA "D",
OONKIN, SUSAN ELIZABETH: Girls' Tennis
Conf.: Runner-up: Section Champ: Girls' Swim-
ming Captg Most Valuable Award: Girls' Gym-
nastic: Certificate Winner: F.C.A.: FORSCO: Na-
tional Honor Society: PHOENIX: Play Produc-
tions: Girls' State Altl: Honor Jacket Winner:
May Breakfast Usher.
CONWAY, DONNA JOAN: Band: Play Produc-
tions: Prom Decorations Comm: ROSENNIAL:
Thespians: May Breakfast Usher: Color Guard.
COOK, ANGELA LYNN: Girls' Track: OEA: Flag
Corps: l-l.O,: wrestling Pep Club.
COOK, ROYCE HOWARD: Intramural Basketball.
COOPER, SANDRA KAYE: DECAp Girls' Cheerb-
lock: Jr, Usher.
CORY, LAVONNA DEAN: Jr. DECA: Junior Ush-
COSBY, ROBERT BRIAN: Voc., Power 8: Trans-
COX, KEVIN SCOTT: Boys' Swimming: PHOE-
NIX: SAC.: VICA "C".
CRABTREE, CINDY: DECA secy.
CRABTREE, SANDY: Certificate Winner: COE
Vice-Pres.: National Honor Society: OEA: Honor
CRABTREE, TRACEY DIANE:0rom Decorations
Comm.: ROSENNIAI.: SAC.: J.C.L.
CRISWELL, DONNA KAY: Home making Major.
CROCKETT, BRAD ELLIOTT: Chess Club: Crest
CROSS, JEFFREY DAVID: DECA.
CROSS. JENNIFER DAWN: Girls' Volleyball
MEI'-7 Girls' Track Girls' Gymnastics Mgr.:
School Service: SAC.: Wresting: Pep Club.
CROSS, KATHY JO: DECA, Girls' Cheerblock:
School Service: Pep Club: Library Asst,
CROSS, PATRICIA ANN: Girls' Track: Band: Flag
Corps Capt.: Certificate Winner: Chorale: COE
CUMMINGS, BETINA ANNETTE: Band: COE:
School Services: OEA.
CUMMINGS, CLORISSA JAN: Art Club: Pep
DAFFRON, ALVIN BRYAN: Vocational Major.
DAFFRON, TONY RAY: VICA
DANIEL, DEBRA ANN: Library Assistant.
DANIELS, DIANE: Prom Queen Attendant:
Ind: F.C.A.: Flag Corps: Winter Dance Decora-
tions Comm.: OEA: Prom Decorations Comm.:
S.A.C.: Wrestling Pep Club: IOL Social Comm,
Chr.: Senior Vespers Program Chr.: Senior
Motto Comm. Chr.
DAVIS, CAROL ANNE: Girls' Tennis: Girls' Vol-
leybalig Girls' Gymnastics: Certificate Winner:
FCA.: Jr. Usher: National Honor Society:
PHOENIX: Girls' State Alt,: Honor Jacket Win-
DAVIS, CHERYL LYNN: DECA: Girls' Cheerb-
lock: Pep Club.
DAVIS, CLAUDE E.: Basketball Capt.: Baseball:
Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: FCA., Con-
ference: Guest of Rotary: Junior Achievement
DAVIS, DEBRA K.: Girls' Cheerblock: Pep Club:
DEAN, LINDA JO: Health Occupations.
DEASY, LORI ANN: Home Economics Major,
DENNEY, SHARON MARIE: COESecy: DEA: Jr,
OENNEY, SI-IEILA ANN: OEA District 9 Histori-
an: IOL Vice-Pres: Jr. Achievement Pres.
DEWITT, CYNTHIA DAWN: Health Occupations.
DICK-HOWELL, KIMBERLY SONJA: Art Club:
Chorale: Girls' Cheerblock: Girls' Swimming:
Girls' Track: Pep Club.
Dickenson, :Ann LYNN: i-reno
1 1 81 Seniors
DILLION, JEFFERY WILLIAM: Chorale: Channel
11 Pres.: Debate: N.F.L.: VICA "C" state office:
DISHMAN, LISA ANN: HERO
DONAHUE. SEAN EDWARD: Chess Club.
DORN, BRENDA JANE: DAR Home Ec. Honoree:
Girls' Track Stat.: Prom Decorations: Set up
Comm.: Pep Club.
DUBINGER, DEANNE M.: Band: F.C.A.:
FORSCO: SAC.: Spanish Club: pres.: Prom At-
DUDLEY-SWEIGART LISA DAWN: DECA.
DUMFORD, GAIL LEE: F'.V.E.: HERO.
DUTROW, DAWN MARIE: OEA Regional Treas.:
DUVALL, BRIAN JEFFREY: Academic Maher.
DUVALL, TERRY LYNN: Intramural Basketball,
DUVALL, TIMOTHY JOE: Junior Achievement:
DYE, JENNIFER LYNN: Junior Usher: Christmas
Dance Decorations Comm.: Pep Club: J.C.L.:
Prom Decorations Comm.: May Breakfast Ush-
EASTER, PHILLIP BRUCE: Band: Thespians:
J.C.L. Pres.: Play Productions: Boys' Swimming
ELLSON, MICHELLE DENISE: Girls' Track: OEA:
EURLIN, KRISTINA EVA: FORSCO: Foreign Ex-
change Student: Pep Club.
EVERSOLE, BRIAN KEITH: School Services:
EVERSOLE, TRACI ANN: Girls' Basketball: Girls'
Volleyball: Girls' Track: F.C.A.
FEARIN, JOYCE DAWN: P,V.E.
FELLERS, ANTHONY DEAN: Boys' Swimming:
Chorale: Junior Usher: Prom Decorations Com-
mittee: Swing Choir.
FERGUSON, DARRELL LYNN: industriai Ed. Ma-
FLOWERS, THOMAS SCOTT: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: Intramural Basketball: National
Honor Society: Honor Jacket Winner.
FORD, KAMERON FRANCIS: Football.
FORD, LANCE ALAN: Health Occupations.
FOWLER, JANET SUE: Girls' Swimming: F.C.A.:
CAA: Junior Usher: Christmas Dance Commit-
tee: Prom Decorations Committee: ROSEN-
NIAL: Pep Club.
FOX, ANGELIA RENEE: Girls' Track: Girls' Gym-
nastics: Cheerleader: F.C.A.: Prom Committee:
SAC: May Breakfast Usher: Prom Queen Atten-
dant: Winter Dance Attendant.
FOX, DANITA YVETTE: Girls' Swimming Cap-
tain: Girls' Gymnastics: Prom Attendant: F.C.A.:
Junior Usher: Prom Decorations Committee:
May Breakfast Usher,
FOX D. JEFFREY: Industrial Ed. Major.
FOX, JOHNNIE LAWRENCE: DECA,
FOX-BALLENGER, SUSAN MARIE: I-iomemaking
FRANKLIN, RICHARD DAVID: Band: Boys'
Swimming: Debate: Guest of Rotary: Orville
Hooker Award Winner: Thespians: N.F.L,: Crest
Winner: Certificate Winner: FCA. President.
FRAZIER, FRANCES ANNETTE: Art Club: Certifi-
cate Winner: Crest Winner: FORSCO Pres.: For-
eign Exchange Student.
FRAZIER, SARA: Business Major.
GARCES, JUAN MANUEL: DECA.
GARRETH, TERRY DALE: Industrial Ed. Major.
GERKEN, KETIH B.: Vocational Graphics Com-
GIBSON, DEBRA GAYLE: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: Flag Corps: FORSCO: Play Pro-
ductions: Optimist Honoree: Honor Jacket Win-
GIBSON, VESTA MARIA: COE: OEA.
GIVENS, MADONNA LUCRETIA: Prom Decora-
tions Tickets Committee: Pep Club.
GOAR, ANTHONY VAN: Track.
GODBY, RICHARD ALLEN: ICT.
GOODWIN, GREGORY TODD: Golf: Intramural
GRIBBONS, KELLY DRU: Girls' Softball: Girls'
Track: F.C.A. Huddle Leader: Junior Usher: Sen-
ior Vespers: P.E. Assistant: School Service:
Prom Decorations Committee: SAC: Spanish
Ciub: Wrestling Pep Club.
GROCE, BILL JUNIOR: Football: Intramural Bas-
GROCE, JAMES PAUL: Art Club: Chorale: DECA.
GROSE, TAMARA LYNN:
GUFFEY, BRENDA JO: Home Er: Maior.
GIJFFEY, DAVID LYNN: l.C,T.
GUFFEY, JAMES WILLIAM: Office Worker,
GUFFEY, JERRY LEE: Band.
HAAS, DAWN N.: FORSCO: Girls' Cheerblock:
J.C.i..: Pep Club: Wrestling Pep Club: Optimist
Honoree: Prom Ticket Sales.
HACKER, BRADLEY SCOTT: Band,
HAGERMAN, MARY ANN: Certificate Winner:
Chorale: Debate: Speech Team: NFL: National
Honor Society: Swing Choir: Optimist Honoree:
J.C.L.: Honor Jacket Winner,
HAIL, KAREN FAY: Health Occupations: La So-
ciedad Honoraia I-lispanica, Chorale.
HAIL, KEVIN RAY: Channel 11: DECA: FORSCO,
Bible Club: Library Asst.
HAKES, BRADLEY OWEN: F.C.A.: Play Produc-
I-IALFACRE, LISA KAY: Girls' Softball: Girls'
Track: DECA: Girls' Cheerblock: OEA.
HALL, ALBERTA JOAN: COE: FORSCO: OEA.
HALL, DONALD SCOTT: Science Major.
HALL, LOUIS E.: Football: Baseball: Wrestling:
HAMBY, CAROLYN SUE: DECA.
HAMILTON, DAVID ALAN: GOII: Band: Chess
Club: Crest winner.
HAMMOND, TIMOTHY ALAN: Industrial Major.
HANCOCK, JEFFERY GUY: Intramural Basket-
ball: VICA "D".
HANCOCK, JOSEPH GENE: Vocational Machine
HARRIS, JAY DOUGLAS: Football: Wrestling,
HART, STEVE KIRKLIN: Baseball, Mgr,: Spirit-
man: Intramural Basketball: SAC.: ROSEN-
HART, TERRY LAINE: Basketball Mgr.: Football
Student Trainer: Certificate Winner: Crest Win-
ner: Intramural Basketball: Spanish Honor Soci-
ety: Pep Club.
HAUSER, KARLA VAN: Cheerblock Capt.: Certi-
ficate Winner: Crest Winner: DECA: Chaplain,
F.C,A.: Pep Club.
HAWK, JOYCE ANN: O.E.A.
HEARD, CHARLOTTE A.: HERO.
HEARNDON, JOHN EDWARD: DECA,
HICKS, ROBIN JOEL: Band: Intramural Basket-
ball: Pep Club,
HILL, KENNEDY, BRENDA GAVE: I-lomemaking
HILL, EDWARD C.: l.C.T.
HILL, KATHY RUTH: Home Economics Major.
HINSEY, PHILIP DUANE: VICA "C" Treas.,
HINTON, MICHAEL RAY: DECA: Intramural Bas
ketballg Pep Club.
HOOVER, DAVID EDWARD: Football: Boys' Ten-
nis: Wrestling: Boys' Swimming: Band.
HORN, KAREN M.: Girls' Gymnastics: Band:
F.C.A.: Spanish Club.
HOSTETLER, JOHN CHARLES: Basketball Mgr.:
intramural Basketball: Track: Pep Club.
HOWARD, JAMES ROBERT: JV Basketball:
Band: Certificate Winner: F.C.A.: Guest of Ro-
tary: Prom Decorations Comm.
HOWARD, RANDY ALAN: Football: DECA.
HOWELL, BRETT FREDRICK: Industrial Ed. Ma-
HUGHES, LISA MAE: Homemaking Major.
HUGHES, TAMMY JO: Homemaking Major.
HUGHETT, SANDRA KAY: HERO.
HUMBLES, MARION STUART: Academic Major.
HUNT, BEVERLY ANNE: OEA: IOL.
HUNTER, TAMMY LEA: HERO: P.V.E.
HUTSLAR, KEVIN RANDALL: Academic Major.
HUXHOLD, WAYNE, GRAY: Chorale: Swing
INGERSOLL, RICHARD BRYAN: Chess Club:
Certificate Winner: Debate: F.C.A.: Guest of Ro-
tary: N.F.L,: National Honor Society: Honor
INGRAM, JAMIE LYNN: COE: Flag Corps: OEA.
JACKSON-OLSEN, GERRI LYNN: Chorale: Flag
Corps Capt.: Jr. Usher, NFL.: Porn-Pon Corps:
Thespians: Optimist Honoree: Prom Queen At-
JAMES, KAREN MAY: DECA.
JAYNES, SHERRY LYNNE: DECA.
JESSEE, WAYNE MICHAEL: Vocational Welding
JOHNSON-RIGGS, TAMARA JEAN: Girls' Swim-
ming: Band: Flag Corps: GAA: Cheerblock: Pom-
Pon Corps: Prom Refreshment Comm.: Spanish
Club: Pep Club.
JONES-DALTON, KRISTI LYNN: Band, Pep
JONES, MICHAEL ALLEN: Vocational Welding
JONES, PHILLIP WILEY: Junior Usher: Christ-
mas Dance Decorations Comm.: Prom Decora-
tions Comm.: ROSSENNIAL: Boys' Tennis:
JONES, REX ALLEN: Industrial Ed. Major.
JONES, STEVEN WAYNE: Industrial Ed. Major.
JONES, TERRY LEE: VICA
JORDAN, BRENDA KAY: Health Occupations.
KINKADE, VINCENT dePAUL: Football: Track
Capt.: Cross Country: Junior Usher: Trojan Mas-
cot: Pep Club.
KLOTZ, TODD KEVIN: Football: Track: Chorale:
KNOWLING, JEFFREY DALE: Art Club: Band: ln-
tramural Basketball: School Service.
KUI-IN, TIMOTHY WAYNE: Business Major.
LANTZ, JERRY ALLEN: DECA.
LAVARNWAY: KEVIN RUSSELL: DECA: PHOE-
NlX: Prom Decorations Comm: Pep Club.
JUDGE, SUELLEN: Home Economics Major.
KEESLING, CHAD ALLEN: Boys' Tennis: Track:
Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: FCA.: Junior
Usher: N.F.L.: ROSENNIAL: Science Institute at
l.U.: Christmas Dance Comm.: Play Produc-
tions: Prom Decorations Comm.: World Affairs
KEITH, KENT ALAN: Football Captain.
KELLEY, VIRGIL LEE: VICA
KENEMER, CHRISTENA LYN: Art Club.
KERN, JANE ANNE: Girts' Tennis: Certificate
Winner: Crest Winner: Flag Corps: FORSCO: Ju-
nior Usher: National Honor Society: Pom-Pon
Corps: S.A.C.: Prom Committee: J.C.L.: secy.:
Girls' State Alternate.
KEY, KENDRIC PAUL JR.: VICA
KIESEWETTER, TAMMY J.: Girls' Swimming:
PHOENIX: World Affairs Institute.
KILGORE, KENNETH ALAN: Vocational Welding
KILLINGBECK, LLOYD WAYNE: Intramural Bas-
ketball: Track: Play Productions: Thespians:
KINGSLEY, MICHAEL WILLIAM: Basketball:
LAVERY, RICHARD JOHN: Football: Wrestling:
Track: Boys' Swimming: Channel 11.
LEDUC, CYNTHIA ANN: Certificate Winner:
FORSCO Secy.: National Honor Society: Prom
Refreshments, Programs 8. invitations: Opti-
mist Honoree: Honor Jacket Winner.
LEE, BRENDA JO: Girls' Gymnastics State Fina-
list: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: Spanish
Honor Society: Optimist Honoree.
LEWIS, ELAINE KAY: Home Ec. Major.
LINDSAY. KURT WILLIAM: Intramural Basket-
ball: VICA "C".
LINDSEY, EILEEN JEANETTE: Speech Club:
Girls' Track. OEA: Play Productions: Thespians.
LINES, CYNTHIA KAY: Junior Usher: Prom Invi-
tations, Programs St Refreshments.
LINGENFELTER, LAWRENCE DANIEL: General
LIT'I'RELL, VERA MAXINE: Health Occupations.
LIVEZEY, KELLY MICHELE: Art Club: Band: Jazz
Band: Color Guard: Certificate Winner: Crest
Winner: Pit Orchestra for "lrene": PHOENIX Co-
editor: Prom Program Designer: Thespians.
LOUDEN, CAROLYN ANN: Band: Certificate
LOVELESS, DON LEE: Football: Baseball: Wres-
tling7'Bar1d: Play Productions.
LOWE, JACKIE RAY: l.C.T.
LOWHORN, WANDA GAY: Flag Corps: Pom-Pon
LUELLEN, BRIAN LEE: Industrial Ed. Major.
LUELLEN, ROBERTA ANN: DECA: Pep Club.
MADDOX, MELISSA ANN: Girls' Tennis: Girls'
Volleyball: Chorale: F.C.A.: SAC: Wrestling Pep
MALLOV, MATTHEW TODD: Wrestling: VICA
MALONEY, MATTHEW STEVEN: Boys' Tennis:
Track: F.C.A.: Intramural Basketball: Junior
Usher: Yearbook Camp.
MARK, MARY ANN: OEA: Pom-Pon Corps: IOL.
MARK, TODD MICHAEL: Football: Track.
MARLOW, KELLY ANN: COE: DECA: Girls'
Cheerblock: Bible Club: DEA.
MARLOW, TERRENCE DEAN: Chorale: Foreign
Language Department Slogan.
MASON, TAMMY LYNE: Prom Queen Atten-
dant: Cheerleader: F,C.A.: Flag Corps: Pep Club:
MASTERS, CATHERINE SUE: French Major.
MASTIN, MARK BREGGS: Track.
MASTIN, Toni: DECA.
MATNEY, CAROL ANN: Certificate Winner:
COE: Pep Club: May Breakfast Usher,
MAY, ANDREW J.: Football: Chess Club: De-
bate: NFL: VICA UC".
MAYFIELD, ULIE ANN: Chorale: Junior Usher:
NFL: Play Productions: SAC: Swing Choir: Thes-
pians: Wrestling Pep Club.
MAZE, BRENT ALAN: Boys' Swimming: Band:
McCORKLE, KIMBERLIN: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: Spanish Honor Society: Wrestling
Pep Club: Christmas Dance Decorations Com-
mittee: Winter Dance Decorations Committee:
Who's Who In American High School Students.
MCGREW, ALLEN JOHNSON: Track: Cross
Country: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: Na-
tional Honor Society: Honor Jacket Winner.
McMILLAN, MARK WILLIAM: Art Major.
McWHORTER, KATHY ANN: DECA.
McWHORTER, OWEN SCOTT: Baseball.
McWILLIAMS, DORIS: Girls' Track: HERO: May
MELTON, JEFFREY DEAN: English Major.
MERCER, ALAN LEE: Track: VICA
MERCER-RIDENOUR, LANA SUE: HERO.
MEYER, ANDREA LYNN: Band: Flag Corps:
Girlsz' Cheerblock: Senior Vespers Committee:
Prom Decorations Comm.: Wrestling Pep Club.
MILLER, ROBERT JOSEPH: Channel ll: Student
MILLER, TAWNYA KAE: Winter Dance Atten-
dant: Cheerleader: COE: OEA: Prom Commit-
MILLER, TERRY LANE: Band: Certificate Win-
ner: Crest Winner: Play Productions: SAC.
MISNER, TIMOTHY ALAN: intramural Basket-
MODLIN, CHARLES STANLEY JR.: Band: Wind
Ensemble: Play Productions: Optimist Honoree,
MOFFITT, JAMA LYNN: Social Studies Major,
MOORE, CHARLES M.: VICA
MORERA, PATRICA: Wrestling Matt Maid: Prom
Queen Attendant: Band: Fiag Corps: Junior Ush-
er: Porn-Pon Corps: Prom Committee,
MIJLLINS, TAMMY W.: COE: CEA.
MURRAY, MICHAEL JAY: VICA
NEAL, KATHY N.: Chorale: DECA
NEWMAN, VICKI ANN: Home Ec. Major.
NICHOLS, REBECCA SUE: Certificate Winner:
CIWOFHIB: Crest Winner: DAR Good Citizen: De-
bate: Madrigalsg National Honor Society: La So-
ciedad Honoraria Hispanica: Swing Choir: Opti-
mist I-lonoree: Wrestling Pep Club: Honor Jack-
NIFLIS, KATHRYN LOU: Matmaid: Girls' Track:
Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: Girls' Cheerb'
lock: Junior Usher: Prom Decorations Commit-
tee: SAC: La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
vice-pres.: Wrestling Pep Club.
NOLL, MARK ALAN: Intramural Basketball:
Christmas Dance Committee: Prom Decora-
tions Committee: ROSENNIAL,
ORR. KEVIN WAYNE: Chorale: Swing Choir.
ORR, MARK SEAN: Academic Major.
PARIIHURST, ANGELA ANN: Food Manage-
ment Lab: HERO.
PARKS, TAMMIE JO: Band: FORSCO: NFL: La
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica: Spanish Club:
PASMAN, KEVIN SCOTT: Basketball Stat.: Foot-
ball Stat.: Golf: Certificate Winner: Crest Win-
ner: National Honor Society: La Sociedad Hono-
PENTECOST, DEBORAH LYNN: Junior Usher:
Prom Committee: Winter Dance Attendant,
PERDUE, RHONDA JAN: HERO.
PETERSON, MARTHA ELLEN: Band, Treas.: Ju-
nior Achievement, Treas.: vice-pres.
PETRY, JEFFREY WAYNE: VICA "D".
PFENNINGER, DAVID T.: Basketball: Football:
Track: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner.
PI-IELPS, VALESA MARIA: Art Club Secy.1 Girls'
Dance Committee: Prom Music, Decorations
Committee: May Breakfast Usher.
PICKETT, KAREN LYNN: Winter Dance: Pep
Club: Library Assistant.
PIERCE, CONNIE LYNN: HERO.
PIERCE, JOSEPH M.: Certificate Winner: Cho-
rale Advisory Board: Crest Winner: FORSCO:
Madrigals: National Honor Society: Play Pro-
ductions: Swing Choir: Thespians.
PIERCE, MARY ELIZABETH: Health Occupa-
tions: Prom Publicity Comm.
PIERCE, VICKIE ANN: l-lomemaking Major.
PIERCY, LINDA KAYE: H.O. vice-pres.: Junior
Usher: Prom Tickets Committee.
PINNEO, JEFFREY BRYANT: Band: Intramural
POLANSKY-WILKINSON, ROBERTA: Health Oc-
POLSTON, JEFFREY EUGENE: Basketball: Base-
ball: Cross Country: Intramural Basketball: VICA
POPPLEWELL, JUDI LYNN: Certificate Winner:
Crest Winner: Channel 11 Secy., Treas: Vice-
Pres.: Flag Corps: I-l,O.: Play Productions: Porn-
Pon Corps Captain: Prom invitations and Deco-
rations Committee: Thespians: J,C.L.
PRINCE, JAMES DENNIS: Industrial Ed. Major,
PRITCHETT, TIMOTHY PAUL: Intramural Bas-
PYLE, DAVID LEE: DECA.
RABENSTEIN, DEBORAH ARLEEN: social stud-
RATCLIFF, DIANA LYNN: Junior Usher: Prom
Ticket Committee: VICA
RATCLIFF, LORI ANN: Art Club: Flag Corps:
FORSCO: Girls' Cheerblock: Senior Vespers:
OEA: PHOENIX: Prom Ticket and Decoration
Committee: Spanish Club Secretary: Wrestling
Pep Club: May Breakfast Usher.
RAZOR, JAMES RALPH: Band: Drum Major: Re-
presentative: Outstanding Sophomore and Ju-
nior: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: Guest
Rotary: National Honor Society Pres.: Thespi-
ans: World Affairs Institute: Honor Jacket Win-
REAGAN, MARK ALLEN: Basketball: Football:
Baseball: F.C.A.: intramural Basketball: Built
Trojan Horse: Senior Christmas Buffet Commit-
REAMER, TERRIE LYNN: Language Major.
RENO, SHERRY LYNN: P.V.E,
REYMAN, SUZANNE ELAINE: DECA: Pep Club.
RICHARDS-WILKINSON, BARBARA JANE:
Home Ec. Major,
RIGGLE, TERESA JANE: DECA
RIGNEY, DEBRA LYNN: Chorale: NFL: Thespi-
RIGNEY, TIMOTHY EDWARD: Chorale.
ROACH, ANTHONY LEE: Certificate Winner:
ROBERTS, SAMUEL NATHAN: Channel ll.
ROBERTSON, GWENDOLYN ELAINE: HERO.
ROBINSON, REBECCA LYN: Student Helper.
ROMINE, PAMELA LYNN: Chorale.
ROUSH, THOMAS JDE: Vocational Welding.
RUETZ, TODD LESLIE: Band.
RUST, NATALIE JO: Girls' Swimming: Girls'
Track: Chorale: Channel 11: Junior Usher: JCL.
SAHLBERG, CYNTHIA LYNN: Cheerleader:
Prom Committee: SAC: Girls' Swimming: Girls'
Gymnastics: Winter Dance Queen Attendant.
SARE, RAYCE L.: Industrial Education Major.
SCHMIDT, KATHRYN ANN: Debate: HERO.
SCHROTH, ROBIN GAYLE: Chorale: Electronics
Club: FORSCO: Speech: Spanish Club: Swing
SCI-ILIFFMAN, RHONDA JO: Band: Jazz Band:
Prom Committee: Pep Club: J.C.L.
SCWINN, RONALD JAY: Cross Country: Golf.
SCOTTEN, JENNIE ELIZABETH: Spanish Club.
SHADRICK, JAQUELINE THERESE: Girls' Bas-
ketball: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: FCA.:
Junior Usher: National Honor Society: PHOE-
NIX: Prom Committee.
SHELTON, JEFFREY LEE: Chorale: VICA
SHERIDAN, SALLY JO: COE: OEA.
SHIFFLER, RICHARD ALAN: Track: Chorale:
Speech: Play Productions: Swing Choir,
SHIPLELEY, SANDRA LEE: Channel II: COE:
OEA: Pom-Pon Corps: Prom Committee: Wres-
tling Pep Club,
SHORT, JAYNE ELLEN: Girls' Softball: FORSCO:
Girls' Cheerblock: Pep Club.
SHOWALTER, KAREN LYNN: Girls' Track: Band:
ROSENNIAL: Wrestling Pep Club.
SIMMONS, ROBERT ALLEN: Wrestling: Art
Club: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner: National
Honor Society: Optimist l-ionoree: Honor Jack-
SKAGGS, SHARON MARIE: DECA: May Break-
SMITH-SIDWELL, BARBARA ANN: HERO.
SMITH, BETTY JO: COE: OEA: Optimist Hon-
SMITH, CHARLOTTE MAE: Chorale: Girls'
Track: Winter Dance Queen: HERO.
SMITH, KAREN SUE: Certificate Winner: Pep
SMITH, LAURA JEAN: Pom-Pon Corps.
SMITH, MARILYN ANN: Health Occupations:
SMITH, MATTHEW WAYNE: Basketball: Cross
SMITH, RODNEY DEAN: Industrial Education.
SORRELL, JEFFREY SCOTT: P.V.E.: HERO.
SPARKS, VANESSA DAWN: Girls' Basketball.
SPRADLIN-CHESHER, KAREN LYNN: Business
STACKHOUSE, LISA HELEN: Band: Certificate
Winner: F.C.A.: National Honor Society: SAC:
Spanish Honor Society: World Aftairs Institute:
Pep Club: Girls' State Del.
STALEY, ELIZABETH ANN: Girls' Cheerblock:
Bible Club: OEA: Pep Club: l0L.
STAWICK, SUSAN MARY: Secretary of Sopho-
more, Junior, and Senior Class: Cheerleader:
Certificate Winner: Chorale: Crest Winner:
FCA.: Junior Usher: Play Productions: Prom
Committee: SAC: Pep Club,
STEPHENS, SHARI RENE: Business Education
STEPHENS, TALMADGE CLAYTON: VICA "C":
STEVENS, KATHLEEN ROSE: Business Major.
STIENING, DANIEL ROBERT: Boys' State Del.:
intramural Basketball: Prom Committee: RO-
STIGALL, EARL WILLIAM: Vocational Welding.
STOCKMAN, PAUL CONRAD: VICA
STOCKTON, RI-IONDA GAYLE: OEA: IOL,
STONECIPHER, REX ALLEN: Footbail.
STONEROCK, JAMA LEAH: Home Ec. Mayor.
STOOPS, TAMARA KAY: JCL.
STRUKEL, MALAURA DAWN: Girls' Baseball:
Girls' Volleyball: Girls' Track: HERO: Library As-
sistant: May Breakfast Usher.
SUMPTER, MICHAEL A.: Vocational Welding
SUTHERLAND, JOSEPH MICHAEL: Football:
Statistician: Basketball Mgr.: Prom Committee:
SAC: Senior Vespers Comm.
SWIM, TONYA DALANE: Home Ec. Major,
TAYLOR, MICHAEL EVAN: Art Club.
TEEL, JULIA ANN: General Education Major.
THALLI5, THOMAS KIRKLIN: Baseball: Boys'
Tennis: Sophomore President: .lunior and Sen-
ror Vice-President: FCA.: Intramural Basket-
ball: Junior Usher: Prom Committee: ROSEN-
NIAL: President SAC.
THOMASON, MICHAEL GENE: Football: Wres-
THRASHER, PATRICIA LYNN: Girls' Basketball:
Girls' Volleyball: Girls' Track: Sophomore Vice-
President: Junior and Senior President: Certifi-
cate Winner: Chorale: Crest Winner: GAA: Out-
standing Junior, Lugar Seminar: Christmas
Dance Committee: Play Productions: Prom
Committee: ROSENNIAL: SAC: Swing Choir:
Thespian: Wrestling Pep Club: NFL.
THURSTON, BETH ANN: Health Occupations.
TICHENOR, LISA JO: Certificate Winner: Crest
Winner: Guest of Rotary: PHOENIX: Play Pro-
ductions: Thespians: World Affairs Institute.
TINCH, RONALD LEE: Industrial Arts, Major.
THOMASON, MICHAEL GENE: Football: Wres-
TOSSI-RAMOS, XIMENA ANDREA: FORSCO:
Foreign Exchange Student.
TOWER, CHARITY RENAE: Senior Treasurer:
Art Club: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner:
FORSCO: Christmas Dance Committee: Year-
book Workshop: OEA: Prom Committee: RO-
SENNIAL: SAC Treasurer: Pep Club: May Break-
TOWER, YVONNE MARIE: Office Education Ma-
TRAINOR, DEBORAH ANN: Girls' Gymnastics:
Cheerleader: Certificate Winner: Crest Winner:
Junior Usher: National Honor Society: La Socie-
dad Honoraria Hispanica: Girls' State Del: Hon-
or Jacket Winner.
TRIESCHMAN, REBEKAH YVETTE: Girls' Volley-
ball: Girls' Track: Art Club: FOFZSCO: Girls
Cheerblock: Intramural Basketball: Junior Ush-
er: Prom Committee: Pep Club.
TROXELL, CARL WILLIAM: VICA "C"
TURNBULL, JENNIFER JOAN: Girls' Volleyball:
Track: Certificate Winner: F.C.A.: Junior Usher:
Prom Committee: SAC,
TURNER, ANTHONY LEE: PVE.
TYNER, GINA MARIE: Home Ec, Major,
TYNER, ROV ALLEN: VICA
UPCHURCH, DANNY ROY: Industrial Arts Ma-
VANNATTA, KAREN JO: Food Management
VAUGHN, AMY LOUISE: Art Club: FORSCO: Pep
Club: Senior Vespers Committee.
VIATOE, SAMUEL RAY: Industrial Arts.
VOILES, VIOLA ANN: OEA: IOL: Library Assis-
WADDELL, THOMAS RAY: Band: VICA
WALTER5, KAREN FAY: Health Occupations:
WALTERS, SHARON KAY: Health Occupations:
Food Management Lab.
WANTZ, MICHAEL ALAN: ICT: VICA "CHL VICA
WATKINS, VIRGINIA ANNE: OEA: IOL.
WEBB, TIMOTHY LEE: Boys' State Delegate:
Certificate: Chorale: Debate: Guest of Rotary:
NFL: National Honor Society: Play Productions:
Swing Choir: Thespians. Honor Jacket Winner.
WEESNER, TAMMY LEE: DECA: Health Occupa-
tions: J.A.: May Breakfast Usher.
INEINTRAUT, TIMOTHY JOSEPH: Wrestling:
Boys' Swimming. Y
WEST, SHEILA LAVDNNE: Art Club: Health Oc-
WHITE, KIMBERLY KAY: Girls' Cheerblock.
WHITE, RODNEY LEE: VICA "C"
WHITE, STEVEN EDGAR: Football: Track: Cho-
rale: Intramural Basketball: Swing Choir: VICA
INHITTLE, CYNTHIA MARIE: Junior Achieve-
ment: Pep Club.
WHITTLE, GARY MICHAEL: ICT: VICA
WILHELM, KARL ALAN: Wrestling: Cross Coun-
WILHELM, TONY EDWARD: Intramural Basket-
ball: VICA "D",
WILKINSON, BILLY JOE: Intramural Basketball:
WILLIAMS, RICHARD DARNELL: Basketball.
WILSON, MONTE CRAIG: Thespians: VICA "C":
WITHAM, JAMES TODD: intramural Basketball:
Spanish Honor Society.
WOODWARD, EMILY GAIL: Chorale: PHOENIX:
Health Occupations: Play Productions: Debate:
WOOTEN, JEANNI LYNN: Band: Health Occu-
pations: Prom Committee: ROSENNIAL: Pep
Club: J C.L.
WRIGHT, HOPE JANE: Home Ec. Major,
YORK, SANDRA KAY: I.O.L., Historian.
YOUNG, CONNIE JEAN: DECA: Girls' Cheerb-
ZIEBOLD, CLIFFORD SCOTT: Boys' Tennis: Cer-
titicate Winner: Junior Usher: National Honor
Society: Honor Jacket Winner.
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speaker, he has shared his enthusi-
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ministration andthe student body, is
the channel for change and im-
provement in C.H.S. And that is ex-
actly what he intended to provide
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stilled this desire for accomplish-
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These Juniors worked hard to maintain a 3.4
grade point average that would earn for them
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cates. Congratulations! FRONT ROW: L. Gar-
vin, S. Edwards, D. McColley, S. Catron, C.
Hankenhoff, S. Dietz, A. Fribley, P. Winkler, B.
Wilhelm, G. James. SECOND ROW: N. Read
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Tinsley, F. Franklin, J. Garner, R. Shopp.
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land, R. Stoops, T. Schull, J. Ogborne, B
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Perdue, J. Pitchford. FOURTH ROW: J.
Moore, P. Correll, S. Davidson, R. Ayers, K.
Niles, R. Pedersen, T. McMullen, T. Millikan.
BACK ROW: T. Schmitt, J. Cook, J. Poor, D.
Page, J. Miller, J. Lines, T. Wright. NOT PIC-
TURED: L. Tully.
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time performance are Juniors Lea McDonald
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Cure me with quietness,
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Stay me with ease.'
My Stillness in solitude
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Pierce and make new:
That when I rise again
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Women's liberation has set an ex-
ample for Chrysler High School.
Headed by President Michelle Fu-
trell, this year's Sophomore class of-
ficers consisted of all girls. As a
group, they tried to get the Sopho-
mores involved in various school
happenings. The choir, band, sports,
and clubs were well represented by
the Class of 1981, the largest class
in CHS. They realized that they must
follow the examples of the Junior
and Senior classes of previous
years, but they also used their own
originality and tried to start new cus-
toms which will became the tradi-
tions of the future.
Sophomore officers are Gina Poynter, trea-
surer, Feryl Dubinger, vice-president, and Dix-
ie Dudelston, secretary. Not pictured is Mi-
chelle Futrell, president.
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Kevin Hancock Dana Overbay
Jeff Jones Brian Price
Perry Jolly Lonnie Radford
Elaine Kidd Greg Raley
Teresa Minton Mike Ralstin
Mary Jo Zornes
Taken by surprise is MariAnna Miller as she
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Sweigart, M. Cline, C. Gard, L. Cole, M.
Carnes. SECOND ROW: Manager S. Frost, L.
Gross, J. Shadrick, J. Kerwin, M. Futrell, E
Deasy. THIRD ROW: J. Barr, S. Cooper, BACK
ROW: Coach L. Trobaugh, J. Fowler, B. Con-
kin, C. Sahlberg, D. Fox, Manager C. Barr.
Giving her opponent a race to the finish, Dee
Dee Fox advances to the State.
Senior diver Janet Fowler shows her graceful
form as she finishes her back somersault.
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baugh, the girls' swim team went
through rough pre-season training.
This paid off as the girls won their
first two meets over Pendleton
Heights and Greenfield. Although
they lost their next meet, they came
back with an impressive win over
Madison Heights 113-55. The Mer-
maids finished third in the Richmond
Invitational and seventh in the
N.C.C. Although they won only two
of the seven remaining meets, they
did set many records both personal
and school, wrapping up the regular
season with a 5-6 record.
The girls' swim team ended the
year by placing fifth in the sectional
and sending Dee Dee Fox on to State
competition in the 50 free.
Junior Sabrina Cooper shows that all it takes ,N
is good timing.
Sophomore JoAnne Kerwin, Senior Cindy that it all depends on the start. The mermaids learn that nothing comes with-
Sahlberg, and Sophomore Lori Cole know out hard work.
Many members of the golf team
spent hours at the golf course during
the summer of 1977, and it certainly
paid off. The team coached by Jerry
Koger started the season by winning
their first six meets. Their only
losses came from Anderson, Rich-
mond, Marion and Cornersville, to
whom they lost by a mere four
points. Their over-all record was
Sand traps don't bother Kris Kollmeyer as
is named most improved player.
eight wins and seven losses which
gave them a winning season.
The team finished number eight in
the North Central Conference. At
the Richmond Sectional, the team
ended up in sixth place with Rich-
mond receiving the first place hon-
ors. Senior Jeff Koger came in third
place at Sectional and went on to
Regional where he placed twelfth.
Sophomore Doug Page putts for an
Members of the golf team are Front Row: D.
Page, K. Kollmeyer, J. Cook, B. Wilson, K.
Horn, T. Horney. MIDDLE ROW: R. Hobby, J.
Loveday, W. Catron, B. Thurman, J. Roberts,
D. Dalton. BACK ROW: Coach Koger, R.
Schwinn, J. Koger, S. Coleman, M. Page, D.
Hamilton, T. Wright, Coach Wesseler.
Senior Jeff Koger shows off his driving
With three additional wins to the
previous year, the girls' track team
had a very successful and exciting
season. Coaches Gloria Castelluccio
and Susan Alspaugh were contented
with the team's overall perfor-
The team was relatively young but
strong, with the seniors being few in
number. The girls broke even for the
season with four wins and four
losses. They sent ten individuals to
the sectional, which was far more
than the previous year. Four people
were sent to the regional. The 440
relay team of Leann Murray, Angie
Fox, Doris McWilliams and Angle
Phelps tied for first which sent them
to the regionals. Doris McWilliams
Nas also entered in the regional in
:he long jump and Angle Phelps in
the 100 yard dash.
Girls' track members are FRONT ROW: C.
Rummel, K. Bland, P. Bowman, J. Baker, T.
Dishman, V. Phelps, L. Murray, A. Fox, K.
Gribbons, M. Aggerbeck, J. Lindsey, C. Kin-
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Doris McWilliams strides for the finish line.
kade, G. Strauch, BACK ROW: Coach Al-
spaugh, S. Keller, T. Roberts, L. Antic, J. Stru-
kel, L. Baranski, A. Phelps, K. Archey, L. Lee,
L. Arnold, D. McWilliams, C. Fanning, D. How-
Angle Phelps rushes to the finish as she
leads the team to the Regional.
ard, V. Mercer and Coach Castelluccio.
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don't stop Jackie Baker's fine effort.
Coach Dave Pryor was very
pleased with the performance of the
boys' track team as they finished
the season with a four and two re-
cord in dual and triangular meets.
Three new school records were es-
tablished. Larry Reamer ran the 440
in 49.15 Kevin Stephens ran the 330
John Boyd shows that the best race is a close
yard low hurdles in 40.93 and the
mile relay team of Reamer, Mike
Schwinn, Bill Retz and Vince Kinkade
set the record at 3:24.9. The team
lost only to Richmond in dual meets.
New Castle was second out of 23
teams in the Richmond sectional.
Larry Reamer was a NCC champion,
lohn Boyd listens to valuable instructions
rom Mr. Veach.
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a sectional champion, and a state
Eight boys qualified for regional in
six different events. Coach Pryor
lost several senior boys and is de-
pending on a strong junior class this
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ley, B. Brown, B. Lee, T. Linville, M. Boatright,
M. Jester, T. Whiteman. MIDDLE ROW: T.
Hart, M. Evans, D. Hall, M. Allen, G. Brown, M
Meader. BACK ROW: Coach Cory, J. Troxell,
J. Conway, T. Hale, J. Boger, T. Day, C. Ri-
Coach Harold Huffman was very
confident of a successful 1978 sea-
son as the baseball team had two
returning all-conference players,
and other experienced lettermen.
The team actually did as well as
the previous year when they won
conference. They ended the season
with 10 wins and were 4-3 in the
NCC, losing to Kokomo, Anderson,
and Logansport, but winning over
teams such as Lafayette, Richmond,
Central and Marion. The Trojans had
a clean sweep in a doubleheader
against Blackford, the 1977 State
Runner-up. They also shut out
Knightstown in a doubleheader, but
lost to the Panthers in the Sectional.
The team will miss a good senior
class, including Chris Lacy and Kevin
Gross who repeated being named to
the all-conference team at different
positions. Coach Huffman felt this
was quite an accomplishment. This
year returning senior lettermen are
Louis Hall, Tony Roach, Scott
McWhorter, Tom Thalls, and Mike
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Varsity members are: FRONT ROW: L. Hall, A.
Whiteman, D. Griffin, S. McWhorter, Manager
J. Lawson, MIDDLE ROW: Coach Cronk, K.
" 's" " "'ephens, C. Lacy, T. Thalls, Coach
Coaches Huffman and Cronk have a meeting
on the mound.
Huffman. BACK ROW: J. Sutherland, T.
Roach, T. Guffey, M. Kingsley, M. Richie, J.
Reserve Coach Tom Cory saw lit-
tle game play due to bad weather
conditions. Rain and wet grounds
shortened their season tremendous-
ly and they played only five games.
The team showed sparks of being
good, but weather kept them from
improving as they normally would.
Monte Jester and Gary Brown
proved to be very valuable to the
junior varsity squad.
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Sectional winners are: FRONT ROW: C. John-
son, L. Hill, A. Modaff. BACK ROW: Coach
Judd, C. Davis, B. Conkin, J. Kern.
The Trojan girls' tennis tean'
coached by Ann Judd ended their
season successfully, finishing with
.eight wins and two losses, coming
from Muncie North and Anderson.
Being the holder of the North Cen-
tral Conference title was a big posi-
tion to mainJurn. The girls went into
the conference with high hopes of
once again being NCC Champs, but
Lafayette managed to shut them
out. Coach Judd felt that her girls
could have won if they had been
seeded for the tournament.
The girls went to sectional and
came home victorious. Individual
sectional winners were Leslie Hill
and Carol Davis in number one and
two singles. The winning doubles
teams were Jane Kern and Beth
Conkin, Alison Modaff and Chris
Johnson. The entire team advanced
to the Shelbyville Regional. Leslie
Hill was the only first round winner,
and she was defeated in the second
round. The team returned very
strong this spring, having lost only
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YOUNG 3U'C N II'lI'lll'lG
The girls' softball team coached
by Miss Linda Stairs finished their
season with a three and three re-
cord. With the start of a new season,
the team lost a lot of experience.
From a fourteen person team, nine
of them were freshmen. Senior
members were Joyce Antic and
Marilyn Smith. The team will be
looking forward to next year with all
of the knowledge that was gained
through the season.
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Softball members are: FRONT ROW: J
Schwab, M. Smith, C. Rummel, L. Lee, J. Ste
men, L. Hardwick, MIDDLE ROW: T. Austin, J
Senior Catcher Marilyn Smith shows
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Boyce, V. Barnes, V. Phelps, T. Lowe, J. Antic
BACK ROW: Coach Stairs, P. Pierce, J. Stru
kel, K. Smith, and C. Rains.
Jaren Strukel shows her winning style
as she strikes out another opponent.
This year's football team showed
much promise as second year head
coach Mark Surface put together a
team that was very exciting. With
the innovation of the veer offense,
brought to New Castle by Assistant
Coach Tom Allen, formerly of Ben-
ton Central, the Trojans finished the
season 6-4, vastly improved over
last year's 4-6 record.
Coach Surface felt that the over-
all team quickness would be the de-
termining factor of whether or not
the football program would be suc-
cessful. With the veer, the Trojans
not only ran the ball but passed with
much assurance. This was evident
as they got off to a fine 3-O start,
putting more than 70 points on the
board while the defense held the op-
ponents to less than 40 points.
The offensive squad had several
bright spots in Kevin Stephens, John
Boyd, Jay Ogle, Tim Bowers, and the
entire offensive line.
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ROW: L. Hall, K. Keith, T. Klotz, M. Mark, D.
Pfenninger, M. Reagan, K. Ford, J. Coleman
T. Bowers, J. Boyd, M. Thomason, J. Carnes.
SECOND ROW: M. Key, J. Troxell, T. Witham
D. Hall, J. Ogle, V. Kinkade, T. Millikan, J.
Murphy, T. Misner, A. Broyles, J. Harris, D.
Loveless, B. Bunner, K. Grider. THIRD ROW:
R. Ayers, S. Roberts, R. Lavery, A. Howard, B.
Beck, G. Brown, P. Winkler, T. Schuler, M
Tarr, D. Piercy, K. Stephens, C. Richey, M
Boatright, T. Linville. FOURTH ROW: J. Green
R. Lavery, R. Carleton, T. Cross, B. Hender
son, C. Stevens, G. Atkinson, G. Hughes, J
Kovaleski, E. McGrew, B. Steiner, B. Lavery,
S. Whiles. FIFTH ROW: J. Conway, J. Rains, D.
Clemens, D. Dudley, S. Jones, J. Roberts, M.
Stanley, M. Smith, T. Horney, J. Penticuff, M.
Misner, B. Hakes, T. Hart. BACK ROW: D.
Fraze, Coach Rutherford, Coach Allen Coach
Surface, Coach Huffman, Coach Klenowski, J.
On defense, all the players did an
outstanding job and played good
team defense. As the season went
on, the Trojans dropped to the Rich-
mond Red Devils but bounced back
to defeat Anderson and virtually de-
stroy Muncie South, 52-0. The team
then hosted the Logansport Berries
and were defeated by a touchdown.
The Trojans traveled to Kokomo and
were beaten by a very strong Wild-
cat team. With the hopes of an NCC
crown gone, the Trojans did not give
up. They played the Marion Giants
and defeated them in a very impres-
sive last home game. The squad
then traveled to Lafayette where
they played their last game of the
season and lost a real heartbreaker
The New Castle offensive unit gets fired up for
to finish with six victories. The future
of the football team looks very good
with many returning lettermen and
JV players who gained much exper-
ience, However, the graduating sen-
iors will be missed as 18 players fin-
ished their football careers at New
Castle, the largest group of gradu-
ates in recent years.
Quarterback Kevin Stephens warms up on
Coach Klenowski likes what he sees
Jay Ogle struggles for that extra yardage.
The referee signals another Trojan touch-
Spirit is a very important part of all
athletics. Just as in every sport,
there's got to be a leader. Cheer-
leaders are the leaders in bringing
about enthusiasm. A distinct part of
being a cheerleader was talking in a
hoarse voice on Monday after wear-
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ing out the so strong one at Friday
This year's Varsity and Junior Var-
sity cheerleaders went to I.U. over
the summer and attended the Dy-
namic Cheerleaders' Association. At
camp and at weekly practices they
spent much of their time in prepar-
ing to be the type of cheerleader
who could get everyone fired up.
Both Varsity and Junior Varsity won
Members of the varsity cheerleading squad
are FRONT ROW: Susan Stawick, Tammy Ma-
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J.V. cheerleaders are Julie Bennett, Page
Hacker, Nancy Dudley, and Rhonda York.
three blue ribbons while at I.U. Varsi-
ty cheerleaders were Susan
Stawick, Angie Fox, Tammy Mason,
Kim Frost, and Sherri Burton. Junior
Varsity members were Nancy Dud-
ley, Julie Bennett, Rhonda York, and
son, Angie Fox. BACK ROW: Sherri Burton,
Nancy Dudley has the spirit to be a good
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This year's Trojan Netters were an
outstanding team with a good sea-
son. Coached by Bill Walker, the
team started out the season by first
getting into shape. Coach Walker
had them run five miles a day in pre-
This paid off as New Castle was
victorious in the first nine meets.
With this 9-0 record, the Trojans
next ran into teams such as Rich-
mond, Lafayette and Marion, and
finished the season with a 10-6 over-
all record. The team ran into a few
problems throughout the season
such as Coach Walker receiving "the
driving award" for going to Kokomo
by way of Lafayette.
There were only three seniors on
this year's team Cliff Ziebold, David
Hoover and Phil Jones. Other varsity
players were John Lines, John Garn-
ner, David Mogle, Tim McMullen,
and Dale Hermenett. Next year's
Members ofthe tennis team are FRONT ROW: BACK ROWI C- Ziebold. D- Mogle. D. Hef-
P. Jones, D. Hoover, T. McMullen, J. Lines. menet, J. Garner, Coach Walker. tgam ,should be a Very Strong one
with five returning Iettermen.
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Tim McMullen prepares for a slam. tion against his challengers.
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Working together means getting things done.
Mr. Kovaleski and Mr. Cook look over next
The two main men behind the
Chrysler High School Athletic de-
partment were Mr. Frank Kovaleski,
athletic director, and Mr. Horace
Cook, assistant athletic director and
ticket manager. These two men to-
gether worked out all of the big
problems so that Chrysler High
could have an outstanding athletic
department. Mr. Kovaleski and Mr.
Cook also made sure about trans-
portation and food for out-of-town
games and took care of awards and
Making phone calls is a very important part of
r Mr. Cook is busy with lots of paper work in the
x role of ticket manager.
Varsity members FRONT ROW: J. Turnbull, M.
Strukel, L. Bunton, P. Bowman, K. Bland,
BACK ROW: J. Williams, L. Antic, L. Baranski,
L. Arnold, K. Smith, and Coach Glenda Gib-
This year's girls' Volleyball team
proved themselves to be the best
group of athletes the volleyball team
has ever seen. After losing four
starters they finished with thirteen
wins and four losses. Coach Glenda
Gibson had to start people who
Senior Kathy Bland can do anything
with a volleyball. Here, she is making
one of those perfect passes.
Senior Penny Bowman takes a short
nap while she flies through the air in
pursuit of a lost ball.
Linoa Bunton puts everything into one
of her expert saves.
hadn't seen much action in recent
years, but these girls stepped in to
carry on the winning tradition. Some
of the girls went to summer camps,
worked out most of the summer,
and some went to the A.A.U. Nation-
als, all to improve their game.
Teamwork is always the key as Linda Bunton
spikes and is confident that the rest of the
team is covering.
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The girls really put all their talents
together to go farther than any oth-
er previous team. After winning sec-
tional, New Castle beat Carmel in
the first round of the regionals but
were beaten in the night game by
the defending state champions,
New Castle fans learned that a
game is not over until the final sec-
ond after attending one of the most
exciting games of the regular sea-
After beating Carmel in the Regional, Jenny
Turnbull and the Volleyball team express their
son. With just 52 seconds to go in
the final game, the Trojans were be-
hind Blue River fourteen to nine.
Through consistent serving and a re-
markable team effort, New Castle
won the game 16 to 14.
The whole team did a fantastic job
and much experience was learned
throughout the season. Linda Bun-
ton was nominated to the first all-
state volleyball team. Senior mem-
bers Kathy Bland, Penny Bowman,
Malaura Strukel and Jenny Turnbull
all will be gravely missed next year
on the team.
Kathy Bland demonstrates her excellent set-
ting technique in the sectional while the rest
of the team watch intently.
Junior Linda Bunton can hardly be blocked as
she is in midair, and "puts it to 'em."
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more Andy Borders makes his way to the
The Cross Country team coached
by David Pryor had a 6 win, 7 loss
record in dual and triangular meets.
The team got off to a poor start but
finished the season winning five of
its last six meets. This year's team
consisted of only two returning let-
termen from last year. Two sopho-
mores and one freshman were
among the top seven runners. This
youth and lack of experience were
disadvantages in early meets, but
the team came on very strong at the
end of the season to place third in
the 25 team Richmond sectional
and to qualify for regional competi-
Sophomore Andy Borders had an
outstanding season. He qualified for
All North Central Conference honors
by placing 3rd in the NCC meet. He
also finished 2nd individually in the
Richmond sectional in a field of over
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Allen McGrew and Junior Ritchie Carnes.
Cross Country members below are: FRONT
ROW: D. Joyner, A. Borders, D. Beckner, T.
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Koons, D. Harshey. BACK ROW: J. Polston, A.
McGrew, T. Polston, R. Carnes.
Allen McGrew, the only senior re-
turning letterman, also had an excel-
lent year. He ran as 42 man for the
Trojans all season and placed very
high in the North Central Confer-
ence meet and the sectional.
Other members of the Varsity this
season were Jeff Polston, Wally
Neel, Richie Carnes, Tom Koons,
and David Joyner.
Determined Andy Borders works to
achieve All North Central Conference
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The finish is not always easy as Junior Ritchie
Carnes' expression shows.
Coach Sam Alford brought an-
other great team together this year
and captured the Sectional and
North Central Conference cham-
pionships, to climax a regular season
which had only four losses.
Support from the fans developed
as the season got underway, and by
the time of the Muncie Central
game, enthusiasm was overwhelm-
ing. Pep sessions before major
games created a spirit which helped
win the NCC title with victories over
Richmond, Marion, Logansport,
Muncie Central and Kokomo. The
championship was won on Feb. 16 in
a one point overtime game against
Kokomo. This was only the third
time that New Castle had held the
championship in 50 years of mem-
bership in the NCC.
A tape of "We love you, Duane
Dow", was made at one pep session
and sent to him at Channel 13 after
he had rated New Castle in his Top
Twenty. The AP.. and U.P.l. also
ranked the Trojans among the
state's top teams at one time during
Coach Alford had 12 talented
young men to work with this year
including five seniors. The three co-
captains Curt Bell, John Boyd, and
Claude Davis were the mental and
physical backbone for the Trojan
team and always in the starting five.
Curt was known for his outside
shooting. Claude ran the team as its
'floor leader, and John was the lead-
ing scorer and known for his jumping
ability. The other seniors were David
Buchanon and Mike Kingsley. Mike
saw action at center and the speedy
Buchanon was considered a sixth
starter. The two juniors who finished
the starting five were Jerry Boger
and Kevin Stephens. Boger a 6'6"
was the tallest player and an excel-
lent rebounder who shot well from
the line. Stephens hit 49fZJ from the
field and helped out with rebounds
and assists. Other juniors who
helped make the year a success
were Kent Grider, Jeff Neal, Jay
Ogle, and Tom Wright. All could be
counted to play defense and to add
to the scoreboard. The one sopho-
more, Brian Lee, also saw a lot of
action and should be a great help
Troian ba5k9'fb3ll team members are FRONT T. Hart, Trainer Doc Fraze. BACK ROW: D. C. Davis, K. Grider.
ROW: Mgr. J.Hostetler, J. Ogle, Coach Meier, Buchanan, K, Stgphengv T, Wright, J, Boyd, M.
Coach Alford. Coach Meyef- J- TVOXGHV Mgr. Kingsley, J. Boger, J. Neal, B. Lee, Curt Bell,
By out-jumping the opponent, Jeff Neal
shoots for an easy two.
Jerry Boger gets off a jump shot as he
catches the defense off guard.
The Reserve Basketball games always prove
to be during a winning season
Senior Dave Buchanon shows one of his many
fine moves to out-hustle an opponent.
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Senior Curt Bell prepares for his next
Expert tlrnnng and the skull of John Boyd
awards the Trojans two points.
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The Trojan Wolfpack had a good
season this year, finishing with a 5-3
win-loss record. Many individuals
helped to make this possible. The
team won both the Sectional and
Regional, and at the Sectional, every
person on the varsity advanced to
Regional competition. Four mem-
bers went through the Regional and
qualified for Semi-State. They were
John Carnes, Matt Malloy, Mike Key,
and Tim Weintraut. John won Semi-
State and went on to State where he
lost in the first round to the eventual
winner of State this year.
The team started out the season
with an overwhelming 65-3 win over
Rushville. Although they lost to Mun-
cie North, they came back to beat
Shenandoah, 50-14. They went on
to beat tough competitors like Rich-
mond, Madison Heights and Jay
County. The team also placed fifth in
the Marion lnvitationals and the Co-
lumbus East Tourney. After two
years as NCC champions, they fin-
ished as runners-up, losing to Rich-
mond by only a small margin.
The team loses senior varsity
members John Carnes, John Cole-
man, Matt Malloy, Jay Harris, Tim
Weintraut, Allen Simmons and Karl
Wilhelm. Junior members who will
return are Tom Schuler, Paul Del-
linger, Mike Key, Kevin Carrender,
Bryan Wilhelm, and Todd Carter.
Sophomores Pete Stawick and Ed-
die Hoppes also will be back.
Matmaids are A. Crow, D. Grubbs, W. Gibson. T. Horney, E. Hoppes, T. Carter. MIDDLE Barr, J. Harris, J. Carnes, T. Weintraut, T.
Wrestlers FRONT ROW: P. Stawick, A. Sim- ROW: M. Malloy, D. Joyner, T. Koons, D. York, Schuler, P. Dellinger, T. Cross, M. Key, J. Co-
mons, B. McMurray, R. Shoppe, B. Wilhelm, K. Carrender, M. Godwin. BACK ROW: Coach leman, Coach Morton.
W R E S T L E R S i
Close to the pin, Sophomore Danny Peyton
senses a victory.
Varsity wrestler Paul Dellinger works for the
pin in the 167 weight class.
Looking for another victory, Senior Varsity
wrestler Matt Malloy works hard for points.
Locked in brutal combat, Junior Tom Schuler
fights for a better position on the mat.
With his arm raised in victory, Junior Mike 3
Key wins another match for the Trojans.
T CI n ke r s Fi UI ci y
The Boys' Swim Team started out
the new year with another new
coach. Paul Oros came to C.H.S.
and saw a fairly well balanced team
who had a lot of work to do. The
team worked hard the whole season
and gained a lot of experience.
There were only two seniors on
the team, Bruce Easter and David
Franklin. David came back with high
hopes after going all the way to
state. He was a very strong swim-
mer the whole year, and he could
always be counted on to bring home
at least one first place per meet. He
broke six records this year. David
also deserves more credits for his
achievements, and he was the win-
ner of the prestigious Orville J.
Hooker Award. David went on to
place 14th in State competition.
The swimmers finished 5-9 in dual
meets and participated in the Con-
nersville Invitational and the Shelby-
Boy's swim team members are FRONT ROW:
G. Cline, M. Summers, J. Williams, T. Myers,
J. Petry, M, Lauer. MlDDLE ROW: B. Bunner,
J. Wilson, J. Kovaleski, P. Modaff, K. Kinkade,
T. Toombs, K. Cox. BACK ROW: B. Macer, S.
Roberts, P. Trese, R. Brown, B. Easter, D.
Franklin, L. Heck, R. Maze, T. Hale.
During rough sectional practices, Sophomore
Pete Modaff improves his breast stroke.
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ln addition to the two senior mem-
bers, Coach Oros was pleased with
the performances of Co-Captain
Paul Tracey, Rick Maze, Russ
Brown, Ted Schmitt, Brian Bunner,
Shayne Roberts and sophomores
Lee Heck, Terry Toombs and Pete
Coach Oros feels that the team
will be very strong next year if the
boys swim a lot this summer.
Senior Dave Franklin chats with Don Helm
after receiving the Orville Hooker Award.
Coach Oros gives last minute instructions be-
Vlaking the right approach, Tom Hale is all fore the final meet.
grins as Rick Maze and Lee Heck get ready,
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be an outstanding swimmer.
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MIDDLE ROW: Manager J. Moyer, V. Barnes, J. Strukel.
C. Rummel, L. Baranski, L. Antic. Coach
Despite the lndian's tough defense, Kathy
Bland gets a shot off.
This year's Girls' Basketball team
had an outstanding season of seven
wins and three losses. After losing
only two seniors last year, the team
had four returning starters and in-
cluded four seniors - Joyce Antic,
Kathy Bland, Penny Bowman, and
Traci Eversole. These girls were four
year members of the team, and
Bland was a four year letter winner.
Junior Cindy Rummel finds that she can get
high on Basketball.
With flying hands all around, "Super Soph"
Lyssa Baranski doesn't let it bother her.
Coach Linda Stairs believed that
with all of their talent, the team
would have a good year. She de-
pended on Lyssa Baranski and Linda
Bunton for rebounding much of the
time. Kathy Bland was the "team
leader" while Traci Eversole was the
Junior Linda Bunton finds herself open and
displays her excellent shooting.
Looking for an open teammate, Junior
Tammy Clemens prepares to make the pass
This year, the girls won the first
North Central Conference tourna-
ment held at the Fieldhouse.They
first defeated Richmond, then with a
last second shot by Bunton, they
surprised Anderson by 1. In the
championship game, they went on
to down Lafayette. Coach Stairs was
As rebounding is an important part of the
game, Lyssa Baranski doesn't let ths one get
named NCC Coach of the Year, and
the All-Conference team included
Bland, Barkanski, and Bunton.
The girls defeated Cowan in the
Sectional but were defeated by
county rival Blue River by four
With opponent close at hand, Kathy Bland
leads the fast break with Penny Bowman fol-
While everyone watches, Linda Bunton shows
off her leaping ability and her one-handed
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J. Jones, A. Bailey, A. Gilstrap, D. Barnett, B. BACK ROWS COBCH R. Kitchel, D. Fox, B. Cc
Gwinn. MIDDLE ROW: T. Walls, V. Painter, C. kin. D. Trainor. A. Bateman, B. Lee, K. l-lor
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The girls' gymnastics team came
into the 1978-79 season with high
hopes. After winning the '77-'78
Sectional, New Castle qualified ten
girls for the Regional, and the girls
got third place. Brenda Lee qualified
for State competition in the inter-
mediate level. Coach Rae Kitchel
was very pleased with the team's
performance. She regretted losing
Strength and concentration are necessary for
a good routine, and Senior Karen Horn seems
to prove it.
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seniors Holly Poer and Barb Thomp-
son but looked forward to this year.
This year's group had six returning
seniors who had been with the team
since they were freshmen. They
were Beth Conkin, Dee Dee Fox,
Anne Bateman, Karen Horn, Brenda
Lee, and Debbie Trainor. With such
experience, the year was expected
to be a good one. The team dropped
Junior Vicki Painter spends hours of practice
to make her routine just the way she wants it.
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the beginning level this year because
it is more of a junior high program.
The optional team won five meets
and lost one, and the intermediate
level won six and lost two. Coach
Kitchel expected her team to have a
good chance at Sectional and Re-
gional this year.
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tries to repeat her qualificatons for State.
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BECKER BROS. MASTER
Bledsoe, Bryan so. 137
Bledsoe, Cathy so. 137
Bledsoe, John sr. 37, 101, 118
Bledsoe, Robert jr. 125
Blevins, Janet sr. 88, 101, 193
April so. 71, 136, 182
Garon jr. 124
Bailey, Stephen jr. 124
Baker, Dean so. 136
Baker, Christine sr. 62, 92, 100,
111, 223, 226
Baker, Cyndee sr. 89
Baker, Jacqueline sr. 74, 75, 100,
117, 197, 235
Baker, James A. sr. 23, 83, 100
Becklund, Lisa jr. 125
Beckner, Doug so. 136, 171
Dale B. sr. 100
Edward jr. 125
Kimberly so. 71, 74, 136
Robert C. sr. 74, 100
Sandy jr. 84, 125
Susie so. 136
, Teresa L. sr. 88, 100
, Troy so. 82, 137
Baker, Jim jr. 124
8aker, Kevin jr. 124
Baldock, Terry so. 71, 82, 136
Bennett, Brenda jr. 76, 125, 222,
Bennett, Julie so. 52, 53, 137,
Bennett, Julie so. 52, 53, 137,
Ballenger, Frankie jr. 93, 124
Ballenger, Jeff jr. 124
Ballenger, Karen so. 136
Ballenger, William so. 136
BAND 66, 67
Baranski, Chris sr. 100, 111
Baranski, Lyssa so. 136, 155, 168,
Barger, Julie jr. 124
Barksdale, Jennifer so. 136
Barnes, Vanessa jr. 124, 132,
161, 180, 192
Barnett, Darcy jr. 124
Barr, Cathy so. 74, 82, 136, 141,
Barr, Chris Mr. 60
Barr, JoAnne jr. 74, 124, 133,
Barr, Richard sr. 100, 227
Barrett, Donald so. 136
BASEBALL CBoysD 158, 159
BASKETBALL QBoysJ 173
Bateman, Anne sr. 100, 182
Bennett, Kenneth jr. 125
Bennett, Michael Scott sr. 91, 100
Bennett, Michael Wayne sr. 91,
Benson, Cynthia jr. 125
Benson, Donald Aaron sr. 101
Bertram, Allen sr. 101
Bertram, Brenda jr. 93, 125
Bertram, Zelma so. 137
Blevins, Randall sr. 90, 101, 206
Blevins, Rick so. 71, 137
Boatright, Meredith so. 137, 162
Boger, Jerry jr. 71, 123, 125,
Bogue, Jeff so. 66, 67, 137
Bolk, Amy so. 66, 67, 137
Booher, Mark so. 137
Booher, Susan sr. 31, 85, 101,
Borders, Andrew so. 137, 170,
Borders, Philip L. Dr. 63
Boardman, Mark Mr. 60, 72
Bow, Margaret Mrs. 60
Bottoms, Monte so. 137
Bowers, Jonathon jr. 66, 67, 125
Bowers, Kimberly jr.
Bowers, Timothy sr. 64, 76, 101,
162, 188, 222, 235, 240
Bowman, Penny sr. 101, 155,
Boyce, Julie fr. 161
Boyd, John sr. 101, 156, 157
Boyd, Timothy sr. 74, 94, 101,
BRAMMER FURNlTURE 206
Bradburn, Mary Jo Mrs. 60
Bradburn, Meg jr. 125
Braden, John sr. 101
Braden, Ronnie jr. 53, 125
Bratton, Michael sr. 101
Bridgeman, Dan so. 201
Bridges, Kris jr. 87, 125
Bright, Billy sr. 2, 91, 101
Brinson, Tammy sr. 68, 82, 101,
Brooks, Ruth Mrs. 60
BROOKS FOODS 198
Brown, Steve jr. 125
Brown, William so. 137
Browning, Janet sr. 89, 96, 101,
Broyles, Alan sr. 5, 101, 162, 16
Brumley, Terry jr. 125
Bruton, Sheila so. 66, 67, 137
Bryant, Dara so. 137, 205
Buchanon, David sr. 74, 101
Buck, Jeff so. 137
Buck, Sheila jr. 125
Buggle, Stacy sr. 15, 101
Bumbalough, Lisa so. 137
Bunch, Lisa jr. 66, 67, 125
Bunner, Brian jr, 125, 162, 178
Bunton, Linda jr. 125, 168, 180,
181, 197, 199,200,201
Burch, Shelley so. 66, 67, 137
Burcham, Rick jr. 91, 125
Burden, Kim so. 137
Burger, Jeff so. 53, 137
Burger, Teresa sr. 89, 101, 111
Burkman, Keith jr. 125
Burlton, Jane so. 66, 137
Burns, John jr. 125
Burris, Jennifer so. 137
Burton, Allen jr. 125
Burton, Michael sr. 101
Burton, Sherri jr. 5, 15, 36, 74,
81, 97, 125, 165,206
Butler, Dawn sr. 88, 90
Butts, Barbara so. 137
Byers, Barry sr. 101
Byers, Dale jr. 125
Byrket, Charles Mr. 60
Cadwallader, Teresa so. 137
Callahan, Eileen so. 137
Calland, Troy so. 137
Campbell, Audrey sr. 80, 81, 101
C 81 A MUSIC 197
Carender, Kevin jr. 125
Carlton, Brad sr. 101, 111
Billy so. 82, 83, 95, 137
BIBLE CLUB 94
Binion, Teresa sr. 89
Bir, Paul sr. 90, 101
Black, Charles so. 71, 137, 201
Blackburn, Anthony sr. 101
Blackburn, Rhonda so. 137
Blackburn, Scott so. 66, 67, 137
Bland, Kathryn sr. 101, 155, 168,
169, 180, 181
Blackenship, Patricia sr. 101
Bradley so. 137, 146
Douglas so. 137
Dixie so. 137
Gary jr. 125, 159
Randy so. 137, 162
,Danny sr. 91, 101
Brown, Greg jr. 86, 87, 125, 138,
Brown, Jeff sr. 87, 101, 192
Brown, Marie sr. 89
Brown, Patricia sr. 101
Russ jr. 74, 125, 178
Scott so. 87, 157
Carnes, James Mr. 59
Carnes, John sr. 65, 76, 101,
162, 220, 222, 235
Carnes, Ritchie jr. 125, 171
Carpenter, Joseph sr. 90, 101
Carrender, Rita sr. 102
Carter, Rick so. 137
Carter, Todd jr. 93, 125
Cassidy, Mary jr. 71, 125
Castelluccio, Gloria Miss 60
Castle, Jody jr. 91, 125
Catron, Brian jr. 125
Catron, Jack sr. 102
Catron, James sr. 90, 102
Catron, Lisa so. 137
Catron, Max so. 137
Catron, Michael sr. 102
Catron, Sandra jr, 125, 132
Catron, Sheila so. 137
Catron-Clem, Sheila sr. 102
Catron, Tina so. 68, 137
Catron, Warren jr. 125, 154
Caudill, Julia jr. 125
Kathy so. 137
Caywood, Sharon 57
C 81 F SPORTING GOODS 201
Chamberlain, Sandra sr. 74, 78,
79, 80, 83, 102
CHANNEL 11 86, 87
CHAPIN 8. CHAPIN 207
Chapman, David jr. 125
Chastain, David Mr. 60
CHEER BLOCK 81
Chesher, Danny jr. 125
Chesher, Randall sr. 102
Chitwood, Susan jr. 125, 134
Choate, Tracy sr. 91, 102
Christopher, Laura so. 66, 67,
Chriswell, Ernest jr. 125
Chriswell, Ted jr. 91, 125
Church, Pauline Mrs. 59
Ciempola, Doug jr. 125
ClTlZEN'S FEDERAL 202
CITlZEN'S STATE BANK 209
Clampitt, Lisa 70, 71, 137
Clapp, Jeff so. 137
Clapp, Pat so. 137
Clapp, Steven sr. 102
Clapp, Terry jr. 125
Clapp, Timothy sr. 91, 102
Clark, Jeffrey sr. 42, 102
Clark, Kenneth sr. 102, 206
Clark, Kenneth jr. 126
Clark, Rebecca sr. 102
Clarke, Emily so. 137
Clayborn, Robin so. 137
Clayborn, John so. 137
Clearwater, Julie jr. 66, 67, 126
Clemens, Darren so. 137, 162
Clemens, Tammy jr. 126, 180
Cline, Gerald 178
Coatie, Jeff so. 137
COCA COLA 203
Coffey, Brian so. 137
Coffey, William jr. 66, 67, 71, 126
Cole, Cathy sr. 102
Cole, David so. 137
Cole, Deborah so. 137
Coleman, John sr. 91, 102, 113,
Colgan, Mark so. 137
Collins, Kimberly so. 137
Collins, Richard Mr. 60
COMMUNITY PRINTING 205
Condry, David so. 137
Conaway, Michael sr. 90, 102
Conkin, Beth sr. 96, 102, 110,
160, 162, 182
Conley, Evelyn Mrs. 59
Conner, Gregory so. 137
Conner, Sylvia jr. 126
Contreras, Marilyn Mrs. 60, 89
Conway, Donna sr. 66, 67, 102,
194, 207, 222, 235
Conway, Jan Mr. 60
Conway, Jeff jr. 126, 138, 162
Conway, Jim so. 82, 137
Cook, Angela sr. 68, 89, 102
Horace Mr. 60, 167
Cook, John jr. 126, 132, 154
Cook, Lou Ann jr. 45, 126
Cook, Michael so. 137, 227
Cook, Ralph Mr. 60
Royce sr. 102
Cooney, Karen jr. 72, 84, 126
Coons, David Mr. 60
Cooper, Alice 13
Barry so. 137
Sabrina jr. 126, 152, 153
Sandra sr. 92, 102
Copeland, Mike jr. 126
Correll, Polly jr. 53, 72, 126, 132
Cory, Lavonna sr. 103, 193
Cosby, Robert sr. 103
Covey, Brian jr. 20
Coy, Darren so. 137
Coy, Jeff sr. 103
Cox, Harvey Mr. 57
Cox, Jeffrey sr. 103
Cox, Mary 21
Crabtree, Brian jr. 126
, Cindy sr. 103, 110
Denney, Sheila sr, 43, 54, 84, 104
Denney, Sondra so. 138
DENNY'S GMC SALES 210
DENTONS APOTHECARY 206
Dennison, Margaret jr. 126
DeWitt, Cynthia sr. 89, 104
DeWitt, Danny so. 83, 138
Dick, Kimberly sr. 104, 220
Dick, Lynn so. 84, 138
Dicken, Bill so. 66, 67, 138
Dicken, John jr. 127
Dicken, Steve Mr. 55, 60
Dickerson, Jada sr. 88, 104
Dickerson, Mike so, 66, 67, 138
Dickerson, Sarah so. 138
Dickerson, Susan jr. 66, 67,
Dietz, Sherri jr. 66, 67, 74, 97,
124, 127, 132, 134, 236
Dillon, Jeffrey sr. 37, 43, 72, 73,
86, 90, 104, 212
Dillon, Jenny jr. 127
Eade, Susan so. 139
Easter, Bruce sr. 105, 178
Eaton, Patty so. 139
Edmondson, Linda so. 84, 139
Edwards, Danny jr. 127
Edwards, David so. 66, 67, 139
Edwards, Shari jr. 68, 74, 126,
Edwards, Susan so. 68, 69, 74,
EDWARDS JEWELERS 197
Elkins, Michele jr. 72, 76, 127,
Ellson, Michelle sr. 84, 85, 105
Emmons, Barry jr. 127
Enterkin, Jay jr. 127
Eurlin, Kicki sr. 22, 46, 53, 80,
81, 83, 105,212
Evans, Mike jr. 127, 138
Crabtree, Paula 94
Crabtree, Sandy sr. 85, 92, 103,
Crabtree, Tracey sr. 76, 103, 194,
202, 222, 235
Crawford, Terry jr. 66, 67, 126
Creech, Ruth Mrs. 60
Beth jr. 126
Donna sr. 103
Crockett, Brad sr. 103, 111
ark Mr. 159
Cross, Jeff sr. 103
Dishman, Crystal so. 83, 138
Dishman, Lisa sr. 104
Dishman, Martie jr. 127
Dishman, Rita jr. 127
Dishman, Todd so. 138
jr. 57, 127
Dobbs, Dennis jr. 127
Dolin, Tina so. 68, 71, 138, 139
Jennifer sr. 97, 103, 212,
Kathy sr. 103
Patricia sr. 85, 103, 111
Sharon jr. 126
Tommy so. 137, 162
Crousore, Paul Mr. 20, 60, 63
Crow, Amy jr. 66, 67, 74, 75,
126, 134, 209
CULLIGAN SOFT WATER 195
Cummings, Bettina sr. 85, 103
Cummings, Clarissa sr. 103
Curnutt, Teresa so. 137
Current, Sam Mr. 60
Daffron, Alvin sr. 103
Daffron, Anthony jr. 126
Daffron, Tony sr. 103
, Brenda so. 82, 138
Dalton, David jr. 126
, Rhonda jr. 84, 126
, Robert jr. 126
Dalton, Thomas so. 138
Daniel, Debra sr. 103
Daniel, Wayne jr. 126
Davidson, Jennifer so. 138
Davidson, Scott jr. 66, 67, 126,
Carol sr. 103, 110, 160
Cheryl sr. 81, 103, 226
Claude sr. 40, 74, 104
Debbie jr. 126
Debra K. sr. 104
Dorothea so. 138
Elizabeth so. 82, 138
Joll so. 138
Larry so. 138
Lisa jr. 126
Paul jr. 126
Sherry so. 138
Tanya so. 138
Day, Ron sr. 90
Day, Tim jr. 126, 138
Dean, Candy so. 138
Linda sr. 89, 104
Dean, Terry so. 138, 142
Deasy, Eileen so. 138, 162
Deasy, Lori sr. 104
DECA 92, 93
Dellinger, Paul jr. 91, 126
Dempsey, Debra so. 138
Denney, Brad so. 138
Denney, Beth so. 66, 67, 82, 138
Denney, George so. 138
Denney, Mark so. 138
Denney, Sandra jr. 127
Denney, Sharon sr. 85, 104
Diane sr. 19, 68, 84, 97,
Donahue, Frank jr. 127
Donahue, Sean sr. 104
Donica, Robert jr. 127
Dorn, Brenda sr. 104
Dorn, Doug jr. 127
Dubinger, Deanne sr. 19, 74, 82,
Dubinger, Feryl so. 68, 69, 82, 97,
Dudelston, Dixie so. 66, 67, 74,
75, 136, 138
Dudley, Darla so. 139
Dudley, Duke so. 139, 162
Dudley, Howard sr. 89
Dudley, Lisa sr. 104
Dudley, Nancy so. 74, 97, 139,
Dudley, Steve so. 139
Dumford, Gail sr. 88, 104
Duncan, Brian so. 139
Duncan, Jeff jr. 71, 127
Durkin, Mark jr. 127
Dutrow, Dawn sr. 43, 84, 104
Dutrow, Ray jr. 127
Duvall, Brian sr. 104
Duvall, Terry sr. 104
Duvall, Timothy sr. 90, 104
Dye, Jennifer sr. 105
Bobby jr. 127
Brian sr. 88 105
Eversole: Todd jr. 12i, 130
Eversole, Traci sr. 105, 180
Fairchild, Brian jr. 127
Fairchild, Del Ray so. 139
Fairchild, Rebecca so. 139
Fallon, Geoffrey jr. 127
Fannin, Tony jr, 127, 132
Cynthia jr. 127, 155
Farr, Kathy jr. 78, 127
Farris, Leslie so. 139
Faurote, Nancy Mrs. 59
Faurote, Robin so. 139, 210
FCA 74, 75
Fearin, Joyce sr. 105
Fellers, Anthony sr. 71, 105, 225
Ferguson, Cathy jr. 127
Ferguson, Darrell sr. 5
Ferree, Connie jr. 127
Ferrell, Jessie jr, 127
Ferrell, Laura jr. 66, 67, 127
nda so. 139
Fivecoate, Barbara Mrs. 58
Fleetwood Mac 13
Mike sr. 105
Thomas sr. 105, 110
Flynn, Bobby jr. 127
Flynn, Charles so. 139
Flynn, Debbie Mrs. 58
FOOTBALL TEAM 162, 163, 164
Ford, Greg jr. 127
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Ford, Kameron sr. 11, 105, 162
Ford, Lance sr. 89, 105
FOREST H. MEEK FLORIST 207
Foster, Henry jr. 43, 91, 127
Fowler, Charlene Mrs. 59
Fowler, Janet sr. 76, 77, 105,
162, 188, 222, 223, 235
Garvin, Jan so. 74, 139
Garvin, Lisa jr. 66, 67, 72, 128,
Gehlert, Carol jr. 56, 128
Gentry, Brad jr. 91, 128
Geozeff, Don Mr. 60
Geozeff, Jerilyn jr. 128, 133
11, 43, 105, 189
70, 71, 128
Gerkin, Keith sr.
Gerth, Chuck so.
Gerth, Tracey jr.
Giannini, Tony jr.
Gibson, Debra sr. 40, 41, 105,
Groce, Bill sr. 105
Groce, James sr. 92, 105
Groce, Teresa so. 140
Grose, Tamara sr. 106, 222
Gross, Kevin 15, 159
Gross, Lori so. 66, 67, 140, 162
Grubbs, Deena so. 66, 67, 140
Guffey, Brenda sr. 106, 193
Guffey, James sr. 106
Guffey, Jerry jr. 17, 66, 67, 128
Guffey, Mike jr. 128
Guffey, Tony 159
84, 85, 105
37, 140, 182
Fox, Angela sr. 5, 24, 74, 105,
155, 165, 212
Fox, Danita sr. 19, 74, 75, 105,
162, 163, 182, 212, 216
Fox, Jeffrey sr. 105
Fox, John sr. 92, 105
Fox, Susan sr. 105
Fox Vincent 'r 127
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Franklin, Fran jr. 72, 74, 75, 76,
127, 132, 191, 195,222,235
Franklin, Mark jr. 127
Gibson, Maria sr.
Gibson, Wendy jr.
Gifford, Ray so. 1
Gilstrap, Angie so.
CS 181, 182,
Guffy, Jerry sr. 106
Guffy, Kathy so. 140
Guinn, Tammy jr. 128
Gulley, James so. 140
Guttler, N. 57
Guymon, Muzetta Miss 60
Gwinn, Becky so. 140, 182
Hamilton, Stephen jr. 129
Hamm, James jr. 66, 67, 129
Hammond, Brad jr. 129
Hammond, Junior jr. 129
Hammond, Kim so. 68, 71, 140
Hammond, Tim sr. 106
Hampton, John so. 140
Hancock, Jeffery sr. 91, 6
Hancock, Joe sr. 106
Hankenhoff, Beverly Mrs. 61
Hankenhoff, Candy jr. 66, 67, 72,
80, 83, 129, 132
HAPPY HOMES 190
Harding, Phil so. 72, 141
Hardwick, David jr. 129
Hardwick, Lori so. 161, 180
Harris, Jamie so. 141
Harris, Jay sr. 92, 93, 106, 162
Harshey, David so. 141, 171
Hart, Kevin 21
Hart, Steve sr. 76, 106, 109, 113,
Hart, Terry sr. 82, 106, 109, 111,
138, 162, 207
Hart, Todd so. 141
Harter, Amy so. 66, 67, 141, 196
Harvey, Suzanne so. 141
Hastings, Christy so. 74, 97, 141
Hauser, Karla sr. 106, 111
Hawk, Joyce sr. 106
Hawk, Richard so. 66, 67, 141
Haynes, Scott jr. 86, 129
Heard, Charlotte sr. 88, 106
Heavin, Wendy jr. 129, 132
Heck, Lee so. 66, 67, 74, 141,
Hedges, Janes jr. 129
Heim, Don Mr. 57
HELTON'S HOME FURNISHINGS
Henderson, Bobby so. 162
Hensley, Gina jr. 129, 205
Herman, Mike sr. 90
Hermenet, Dale jr. 17, 51, 74,
129, 166, 198
Herndon, John sr. 92, 106
Herran, Michelle so. 66
Herran, Stephanie so. 68, 83, 141
Herron, Rachelle jr. 82, 129, 134
Hicks, Andy so. 66, 67, 71, 141
Hicks, Cheryl so. 141
Hicks, Robin Joe sr. 66, 67, 106
Hicks, Theresa so. 81, 141
Hicks, William jr. 129
Franklin, Richard sr. 33, 66, 67,
72, 74, 75, 105, 178, 191
Fraze, Dwight Mr. 60
Frazier, Sara sr.
Fribley, Alice jr.
Frost, Kim jr. 5,
Frost, Sherry so.
Frost, Shirley jr.
Frost, Susan so.
sr. 83, 95, 105
82, 83, 105
66, 67, 127, 132
74, 81, 128, 165
Garner, Mildred Mrs. 60
Fulton, Traci so. 66, 67, 82, 139
Fultz, Annie sr. 89
Furbee, Robert Mr. 48, 60
Furrow, Lynn so. 94, 139
Futrell, Michelle so. 66, 67, 136,
Garces, Juan sr. 92, 105
Gard, Phil so. 139
Garner, Dana so. 82, 139
Garner, Danny jr. 128
Garner, John jr. 66, 67, 72, 122,
128, 132, 166
Garner, Kevin jr. 91, 128
Garner, Melinda so. 66, 67, 72,
Garrard, Marc s
Garrard, Robin jr. 128
Garrard, Susan so. 139
Garreth, Terry sr. 105
Givens, Madonna sr. 105
Goar, Anthony sr. 105, 202, 212,
Goar, Robin jr. 128
Gold, Tenisa jr. 93, 128
GOLF TEAM 154
Golliher, Dorothy Mrs. 60
Goodin, Scott so. 66, 67, 140
Goodwin, Bob sr. 90
GOODWIN DODGE 89
Goodwin, Gregory sr. 105, 189
Goodwin, Mike jr. 30, 128
Goodman, Teresa so. 140
Goodpaster, Keith so. 140
Grear, Danny jr. 66, 67, 128
Green, Charles jr. 128
Green, Jeff so. 48, 140, 162
Gregory, Lona so. 140
Gregory, Lori so. 140
Gregory, Tammie jr. 128
Gribbons, Karen 155
Gribbons, Kelly sr. 74, 75, 97, 105
Gribbons, Tom so. 140
Grider, John sr. 91
Grider, Joseph Dr. 63
Grider, Kent jr. 36, 74, 128, 162,
Griffin, David 159
Griffin, James jr. 128
Griffin, John jr. 128
Griffin, Susan so. 140
Griffin, Tony jr. 72, 128, 132
Griffis, Sally jr. 128
Grimes, Ronald Mr. 49, 60
Haas, Dawn sr. 106
Hacker, Bradley sr. 66, 67, 106
Hacker, Laura so. 71, 140
Hacker, Page so. 140, 165
Hacker, Tony jr. 128
Hagerman, Dale so. 140
Hagerman, Dave so. 140
Hagerman, Mary sr. 70, 71, 106
Haggard, Marcus so. 140
Hail, Karen sr. 82, 89, 106
Hail, Kevin sr. 83, 106, 200
Hakes, Bradley sr. 90, 91, 106
Halberstadt, Frances Miss 39, 61,
Hale, Phil so. 140
Hale, Tom sr. 74, 128, 138, 178
Haler, Eddie so. 140
Halfacre, Lisa sr. 92, 106, 195,
, Alberta Joan sr. 84, 106
Cathy jr. 128
Hall David jr. 128, 138, 162
Hall Debbie so. 140
Hall Don sr. 106
Hall, Louie sr. 4, 106, 138, 159, 2
Hall, Jay jr. 128
Hall Phil jr. 71, 129
Hall Shelby jr. 129
Halstead, Jan 57
Ham, Jamie so. 0
Hamby, Carolyn sr. 54, 106
Hamilton, David sr. 106, 154
Higgins, Jason jr. 93, 129
Higgins, Joe so. 1
Hill, Brenda sr. 6
Hill, Edward sr. 106
Hill, Jeff jr. 91, 129
Hill, Jeff so. 141
Hill, Kathy sr. 106
Hill, Leslie 160
Hill, Linda so. 141
Hill, Randy jr. 129
Hinebaugh, Jean Ann sr. 85
Hines, Ted jr. 129
Hinsey, Philip sr. 106
Hinton, Michael sr. 92, 107
Hobbs, Beth Mrs. 56, 61
Hobby, Bobby so. 66, 67, 70.
Hodgin, Paula so. 81, 141
Hoelscher, Bob so. 141
Hoke, Kathy so. 68, 82, 141, 143
Holaday, Marijeanne jr. 70, 71,
76, 80, 129, 134, 222, 235
Holloway, Steve so. 66, 67, 82,
Hopkins, Karen jr. 129
Hoots, Lottie Mrs. 59
Hoover, David sr. 107, 166
Hoover, Richard Mr. 63
Hoppes, Edward so. 1
Horan, Michele so. 67, 141
Horn, Karen sr. 66, 67, 107, 182,
Horn, Kirk so. 141, 154
Horney, Todd so. 141, 154, 162
Horseman, Alan jr. 129
Horton, Vonda Mrs. 61
Hostetler, John sr. 107, 109, 207
Lowe, Dale sr. 108
Hostetler, Richard Mr. 38, 61
Howard, Alberetta so. 141
Howard, Andy jr. 74, 129, 157,
Howard, Debbie so. 66, 67, 141,
Howard Dee Ann so. 141
Howard, James 66, 67, 74, 107,
Randy sr. 92, 107
Howe, Melinda so. 142
Howe, Tim jr, 129
Howell, Brett sr. 107, 200
Hubbs, Sheryl jr. 129, 204
Huddleson, Joey jr. 129
Hudelson, Penny so. 142, 210
Hughes, Greg so. 142, 147, 162
Hughes, Lisa sr. 107
Hughes, Tammy sr. 107
Hughett, Beverly so. 142
Hughett, Sandy sr. 107
Huff, David Mr. 51, 61, 70, 71
Huffman, Harold Mr. 61, 162
Humbles, Marion sr. 107
Hunnicutt, Judy so. 68, 142
Hunt, Beverly sr. 84, 107
Hunter, Tammy sr. 7
Hurt, Cynthia so. 142
Huston, Debbie jr. 93, 129
Hutslar, Kevin sr. 107
Hutslar, Roger so. 142
Huxhold, Wayne sr. 107
lgo, Sandy jr. 129
lmel, Jeff so. 142
Ingersoll, Bryan sr. 72, 74, 107,
lngle, Connie jr. 129
lngle, Tim jr. 129
Ingram, Edith Mrs. 58
Ingram, Jamie sr. 85, 107
Isaacs, Michael jr. 129
Isaacs, O'Dell so. 142
Jackson, Beth so. 142
Jackson-Olsen, Gerri sr. 19, 71,
Jackson, Jay so. 94, 142
Jacobs, Sandy jr. 129
JACOBS ACE HARDWARE 189
James, Karen sr. 92, 107
James, George jr. 93,129, 132
Jaynes, Kathy so. 71, 142
Jaynes, Sherry sr. 92, 107
Jessee, Wayne sr. 91, 107
Jester, Monte so. 138, 142, 159
John, Eric 20
Annette so. 71, 142
Charles jr. 129
Johnson, Chris 160, 129
Johnson Chris 129
Johnson David jr. 78, 87, 129
Johnson Jim so. 142
Johnson Jamie jr. 129
Johnson, Julie jr. 76, 129, 222,
Johnson Melissa jr. 46, 129
Johnson Robert Mr. 61
Tamara sr. 68, 107, 212
Jones, Brenda so. 142
Jones, Greg jr. 129
Jones, Julie so. 17, 66, 67, 96,
Jones-Dalton, Kristi sr. 107
Jones, Lori so. 66, 67, 142
Jones, Mark jr. 129
Jones, Michael sr. 107
Jones, Phillip sr. 76, 77, 107, 166,
188, 198, 222, 235
Jones, Rex sr. 40, 107
Jones, Ruth Mrs. 61
Jones, Sherry so. 142
Jones, Steven so. 142, 162
Jones, Steven sr. 107
Jones, Tammy so. 142
Jones, Terry sr. 107
Jordan, Brenda sr. 89
Joy, K. 57
Joyner, David jr. 129, 171
Joyner, Jackie 58
Judd, Ann Ms. 160
Judge-Melton, Suellen sr. 107
Kadel, Catherine Mrs. 59
Kadel, David so. 142
Kaelber, Jenny so. 142
Karrick, Jennifer so. 142
Karrick, Mark jr. 129
Keesling, Chad sr. 74, 76, 77,
107, 111, 188, 194, 195, 196,
199, 208, 210, 221, 222, 235
Keener, Jackie jr. 84, 129
Keith, Gay Mrs. 59
Keith, Kent sr. 108, 162
Kellam, Jane jr. 123, 129
Keller, Brenda 57
Keller, Brenda so. 142
Keller, Sheila jr. 68, 86, 129, 155
Kelley, Virgil sr. 91, 108
Kenemer, Christena sr. 108, 95
Kennedy, Rose jr. 91, 129
Kennedy, Sonya so. 84, 142
Kern, Jane sr. 68, 96, 108, 111,
Kerwin, JoAnne so. 142, 153,
Kerwin, Ralph Mr, 63
Key, Kauni jr. 129
Key, Kendrick sr. 90, 108
Key, Mike jr. 42, 129, 162, 238
Kiesewetter, Tammy sr. 78, 108,
Kilgore, Teresa so. 142
Killingbeck, Helen so. 143
Killingbeck, Lloyd sr. 91, 108
Kingsley, Michael sr. 108, 138,
Kinkade, Charyle 155
Kinkade, Vincent sr. 108, 109,
113, 156, 162, 164,207
Kitchell, Rae Mrs. 52, 61
Klein, Julie sr. 89
Klenoski, Ron Mr. 61, 162, 163
Klipsch, Phyllis Mrs. 61
Kinnett, Joe Mr. 61, 63
Kline, David so. 143
Klotz, Todd sr. 53, 70, 71, 108,
Knowling, Jeff sr. 66, 67, 108
Knowling, Melinda so. 143
Koby, Larry Mr. 61
Koger, Jerry Mr. 61, 154
Koger, Jerry jr. 129, 131, 189,
Kollmeyer, Kris jr. 74, 122, 129,
Koons, Tom so. 66, 67, 143, 171
Koontz, Tammy so. 143
Kopp, Jerry sr. 90
Kovacs, Kerry jr. 129
Kovaleski, Frank Mr. 61, 167
Kovaleski, Jeff so. 82, 143, 162,
Krakovitz, Dwight so. 143
Kuczynski, Jon jr. 129
Kuhn, Timm sr. 108
Kuhn, Tracy jr. 122, 129, 201
Lacy, Chris 159
Land, Steve jr. 128, 129
Landers, Eric jr. 129
Langford, L.B. Mr. 49, 61
Langston, Cindy fr. 182
Lantz, Jerry sr. 92, 108, 223
Lantz, Leann so. 143
Larrison, Teresa jr. 129
Lauer, Mike 9th 178
Lavarnway, Kevin sr. 78, 92, 108
Lavery, Bill jr. 82, 129
Lavery, Richard sr. 108
Lawson, John jr. 129, 159
Led, Zepplin 13
Ledbetter, Paula so. 66, 67, 143
Leduc, Brenda Mrs. 58
Leduc, Cynthia sr. 83, 108, 110
Loveday, John jr. 74, 130, 154
Loveless, Don sr. 108, 162
Loveless, Tammy Jo jr. 130
Loveless, Tammy Kay jr. 74, 130,
Lee, Betty jr. 129
Lee, Brenda sr. 24, 108, 111, 182
Lee, Brett jr. 129, 138, 205
Lee, Brian so. 3
Lee, Craig jr. 129
Lee, Eric so. 82, 143
Lee, Gary so. 143
Lee, Gilbert jr. 129
Lee, Lisa so. 143, 155, 180
Lee, Loring jr. 93, 129, 161
Lee, Tammy so. 68, 71, 97, 143
Lee, Tia jr. 97, 129
Lowe, Jamie jr. 90, 130
Lowe, Jeff so. 143
Lowe, Joseph jr. 135
Lowe, Ray 57
, William jr.
Lehr, William Mr. 21, 61, 63, 239
Leslie, Cheryl so. 143
Lewis, Elaine sr. 108
Lewis, Sheila so. 143
Lewis, Sheryl jr. 71, 129
Lindsay, Kurt sr. 108
Lindsey, Eileen sr. 72, 108, 155
Lines, Cynthia sr. 108
Lines, John jr. 66, 67, 123,
Linville, Tim so. 138, 143, 162
Little, Bill jr. 56, 129
Littrell, Vera sr. 46, 89, 108
Livezey, Kelly sr. 27, 66, 67, 78,
79, 95, 108, 111
Lockhart, Monica so. 66, 67, 74,
Logan, Laura jr. 130
Longworth, Sheia so. 143
Louden, Carolyn sr. 108
Lowhorn, Wanda sr. 68, 108
Luellen, Brian sr. 108
Luellen, Roberta sr. 92, 109
Lutz, Rick so. 143
Lyall, Tony so. 143
Macer, Bill so. 143, 178
Mackenzie, John so. 143
Madden, Myra so. 143
Madden, Tim so. 143
Maddox, Melissa sr. 109, 160,
Maher, Casey so. 143, 144
Mahoney, Karen sr. 43
Malcom, Corey so. 144
Malloy, Matthew sr. 109, 235
Malone, Sean jr. 130
Maloney, Matthew sr. 64, 74, 76,
109, 188, 222
Maloney, Steve so. 144
Manthei, Linda so. 66, 67, 144
Maple, Sheri so. 144
Marcum, Glen Mr. 57
Marcum, Cynthia so. 81, 83, 144
Marcum, Greg jr. 130
Marcum, Ricky so. 144
Mark, Gena so. 68, 69, 82, 142,
Mark, Mary A. sr. 68, 84, 109
MARK, THE 189
Mark, Todd Michael sr. 109, 162
Marlow, Delly Ann sr. 85, 109
Marlow, Terry Dean sr. 109
Marshall, Marsha sr. 89
Martin, Roland sr. 91, 130
Martin, Toni so. 144
Mason, Tammy sr. 5, 19, 46, 80,
81,109, 165, 197
Masters, Catherine sr. 109
Masters, Kim jr. 55, 125, 130
Mastin, Faron so. 144
Mastin, Toni sr. 109
Matheney, Suzanne so. 144
Matney, Carol sr. 85, 109, 111
May, Andrew sr. 87, 90, 109
May, Tony so. 144
Mayfield, Julie sr. 70, 71, 72, 73,
Mayfield, Lori so. 70, 71, 143,
Maze, Brent sr. 66, 109
Maze, Jim so. 144
Maze, Rick jr. 74, 91, 130, 178
McClure, Donald Scott jr. 130
McColley, Dara jr. 78, 79, 130,
McCorkle, Brenda so. 81, 144
McClure, Peggie jr. 130
McCorkle, Darla so. 68, 69, 71,
McCorkle, Kim sr. 76, 77, 81, 82,
83, 109, 196, 222, 235
McCullough, Mike jr. 127, 130
McDaniel, Tina so. 144
McDonald, Lea jr. 53, 130, 134
McDonald, Lori so. 81, 84, 144
McDonald, Mark sr. 90
McGrew, Allen sr. 96, 109, 110,
McGrew, Evan so. 144, 162
McKee, Megan so. 72, 144
McLain, Brenda jr. 130
McMillian, Julie so. 144
McMillan, Mark sr. 109
McMullen, Tim jr. 130, 132, 166
McMurray, Brian so. 144
McQueen, Doris so. 66, 67, 144
McRoberts, Jim so. 144
McRoberts, Tonda so. 144
McSherry, Tina jr. 130
McWhorter, Kathy sr. 92, 109
McWhorter, Scott sr. 110, 138,
McWilliams, Debbie so. 144
McWilliams, Doris sr. 110, 155
Meader, Mark jr. 130, 138
Meader, Marsha jr. 130
Meier, Vance Mr. 61
Melton, Jeffrey sr. 110
Melton, Jenny jr. 97, 130, 201
Mercer, Alan sr. 110
Mercer, Lana sr. 88, 110
Mercer, Mark so. 144
Mercer, Vickie jr. 130
Meyer, Andrea sr. 68, 103, 110,
Meyer, Larry Mr. 41, 61
Don so. 144
Jeff jr. 67, 130, 132, 210
Kathy jr. 82, 130
Kim jr. 46, 130
Lee Ann sr. 89
MariAnna so. 74, 144, 149
Pat jr. 66, 67, 130
Randall Mr. 61
Robert sr. 110
Roger Mr. 40 41,61
:Tawnya sr. 85, 110
Terry Lane sr. 66, 67, 110,
Millikan, Margaret so. 145
Millikan, Tom jr. 130, 132, 162
Millis, Burke so, 145
Mills, James jr. 131
Mills, Stacy so. 145
Misner, Mike so. 145, 162
Misner, Timothy sr. 110, 162, 202
Mitchell, Kris jr. 131
Modaff, Allison grad. 21, 160
Modaff, Pete so. 145, 178
Modlin, Charles sr. 66, 67, 110
Modlin, Pam so. 66, 67, 82, 145
Mogle, David jr. 131, 166, 198,
Montgomery, Christy so. 71, 145
Montgomery, Marilynn Mrs. 58
Moore, Charles sr. 110
Moore, Connie jr. 131
Moore, Julia jr. 66, 67, 131, 132
Moore, Kevin so. 145
Moore, Leslie so. 145
Moore, Mark jr. 131
Moore, Philip jr. 83, 131
Morera, Patricia sr. 19, 68, 69,
Morgan, Bobby so. 145, 7
n, Sherry jr. 131
Neel, Wally 171
Newman, Vicki sr. 110
Nicholas, Daniel jr. 131
Nicholas, Kelly jr. 131
Nicholas, Kent so. 145
Nicholas, Rebecca sr. 70, 71, 72,
82, 83, 110, 216, 224, 237
Niflis, Kathryn sr. 110, 189
Niles, Karl so. 86, 145
Niles, Kevin jr. 70, 71, 82, 131,
Noe, Daniel jr. 131
Noll, Mark sr. 110, 195, 202, 208,
218, 220, 221, 222, 223, 235
Norris, Bill jr. 66, 67, 131
Nunn, Jackie jr. 131
Oakes, Deniece sr. 85
Ogborne, Jocie jr. 70, 71, 131,
Ogborne, Wendy jr. 70, 71, 131,
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n, Steve so. 145
n, Michael Mr. 61
Mukes, Sylvia Mrs. 58
Mullen, Virginia so. 145
Mullins, Tammy sr. 85, 110
Muncy, Kevin so. 5
Murphy, Kelly so. 145
Murphy, Deanna jr. 53, 131
Murphy, Jeff jr. 86, 131, 162
Murphy, Julie jr. 66, 67, 131
Murray, Michael sr. 110
Murray, Susan jr. 131
Myers, Janet jr. 70, 71, 74, 80,
81, 131, 206
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 96
John Mr. 54, 61
Danny so. 145
Debbie so. 94, 145
Doug so. 145
Neal, Greg so. 145
Neal, Jeff jr. 66, 131
Neal, John so. 67, 145
Neal, Kathy sr. 110
Neal, Randy so. 145
Neal, Terry so. 145
Mary so. 145
Parrish, Ronald so. 146
Paschell, Stacey jr. 132
Pasman, Kevin sr. 82, 96, 111
Patterson, John so. 146
Patton, Debbie jr. 132
Patton, Lisa jr. 132
Paul, Tim so. 82, 146
Payne, Kevin so. 146
Payne, Melinda jr. 82, 84, 132
Peal, Donella so. 146
Peavie, Debbie so. 81, 84, 146
Pederson, Russell jr. 132
Pentecost, Debbie sr. 111, 225
Penticuff, Jim so. 146, 162
Penticuff, Pat jr. 132, 91
PEP CLUB 80, 81
Perdew, Rodney so. 146
Perdue, Beverly so. 146
Perude, Diane so. 68, 146
Perdue, Doug jr. 82, 132
Perdue, Rhonda sr. 111
Ogle, Jay jr. 74, 131, 162, 164
Oliver, Alan Mr. 86
Olsen, Nancy jr. 74, 76, 131, 235
O.E.A. 84, 85 ,
O'Neil, Diana so. 66, 67, 145
Oney, Lori so. 145
Oney, Sue so. 66, 67, 145
Orcutt, Bill jr. 131
Orcutt, Charles jr. 131
Orr, Kevin jr. 131
Orr, Kevin sr. 111
Orr, Mark sr. 111, 200
Overbay, Dana sr. 57
Overton, Carol jr, 131
Owsley, Tom so. 145
Page, Doug jr. 131, 132, 154
Painter, Vickie jr. 132
Parker, Patti sr. 89
Parker, Tina jr. 132
Parkhurst, Angela sr. 88, 111
Parks, Janet jr. 66, 67, 72, 83,
Parks, Tarnmie sr. 66, 67, 72, 82,
Parrigin, Joyce so. 146
Perdue, Ricky so. 146
Perkins, Becky so, 146
Perkins, Jerome so. 146
Perry, Lisa jr. 72, 78, 79, 132
Peterson, Martha sr. 66, 67, 111
Petry, Jeffrey sr. 111
Petry, Ron so. 146
Peyton, Danny so. 146
Peyton, Patty so. 146
Pfenninger, David T. sr. 111, 162,
164, 202, 208, 212
Pfenninger, Dorothy W. Mrs. 63
Pfenninger, Julie jr. 66, 67, 74,
Phelps, Angle jr. 36, 74, 122, 132,
Phelps, John so. 146, 147
Phelps, Valesa sr. 81, 95, 111,
PHOENIX 78, 79
Pickett, Karen sr. 111
Pierce, Chuck so. 146
Pierce, Connie sr. 111
Pierce, Crystal so. 146
Pierce, Ed jr. 132
Pierce, Joseph sr, 70, 71, 111,
Pierce, Kenneth sr. 111
, Mark so. 146
, Mar Elizabeth sr. 89, 111
, Ricky sr. 111
Pierce, Roger so. 146
Pierce, Ron so. 146
Pierce, Ruth jr. 132
Pierce, Shari jr. 132
, Tammy jr. 132
, Teresa so. 146
, Vickie sr. 111
, David jr. 91, 132, 162
, Linda sr. 89, 111, 197
n, Steve jr. 53, 78, 79, 132
Reyman, Suzanne sr. 112
Reyman, Delores jr. 133, 199
Reynolds, Christi jr. 133
Reynolds, Gregg jr. 133
Rice, Renee jr. 128, 133, 199
Richards, Barbara sr. 112
Richardson, Keith so. 146
Richey, Chris jr. 74, 133, 138,
Richey, Mark 159
Richmond, Kevin so. 146
Ridenour, Mark so. 147
Riggle, Teresa sr. 92, 112
Pinneo, Jeffrey sr. 111
Pitchford, John jr. 66, 67, 132
Poe, Tamey jr. 132
Polansky, Robyn sr. 89, 111
Polston, Jeffrey sr. 10, 111, 159,
Polston, Tim so. 146, 171
POM PON and FLAG CORPS 68,
Poore, Jeff jr. 132
Pope, Danny so. 146
Pope, Georgette Mrs. 58
Pope, John so. 146
Popplewell, Judi sr. 68, 86, 89,
111, 115, 198
Porter, Gary so. 82, 146
Porter, Helen Mrs. 58
Powell, Cecil Mr. 44, 61
Poynter, Gina so. 67, 97, 136,
Price, Jeff jr. 91, 133
Price, Mark jr. 133
Prince, Betsy so. 146
Prince, Dennis sr. 111
Pritchett, Bill Mr. 61
Pritchett, Timothy sr. 111, 218
Prosser, Ken jr. 91, 133
Pusey, Nettie Mrs. 61
Pyle, David sr. 111
Rigney, Barbara so. 147
Rigney, Debra sr. 71, 112
Rigney, Mark jr. 133
Rigney, Robert so. 147
Rigney, Timothy sr. 112
Riggs, Autumn jr. 133
Rinsch, Lucille Mrs. 59
Risley, Hobart Mr. 54, 62
Ritchie, Tony sr. 112
Roach, Anthony sr. 82, 112, 138
Sexton, Don so. 147
Shadrick, Jackie sr. 96, 112, 196,
Shadrick, Joni so. 147, 162
Shafer, Lori so. 147
Shaffer, Tim so. 66, 67
Shallenburg, Robert jr. 133
Shauver, Robert Mr. 16, 62
Sheeler, Skip jr. 66, 67, 133
Sheets, Eric so. 66, 67, 147
Shelton, Brian jr. 133
Shelton, Connie jr. 133
Shelton, Jeffrey sr. 112
Sheridan, Sally sr. 25, 85, 112
Sheward, Juanita Mrs. 57
Shipley, Sandra sr. 25, 31, 68, 85,
Shockley-Copeland, Kim jr. 133
Shopp, Rick jr. 132, 133
Short, Jayne sr. 80, 81, 83, 113
Showalter, Karen sr. 66, 67, 76,
113, 194, 208, 222, 235
Shull, Tina jr. 132, 133
Siess, Babette jr. 133
Siess, Carrie jr. 133
Simmons, Nancy 57
Simmons, Robert sr. 96, 110,
113, 192, 195
Simmons, Tim jr. 67, 134
Sorrell, Jeffrey sr. 88, 113
Southerland, James jr. 91, 134
Southerland, Kathy so. 148
Southerland, Lisa jr. 82, 132, 134
SPANISH CLUB 82
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 82
Spark, Greg so. 148
Sparks, Vanessa sr. 113
Spaulding, Julie jr. 74, 207
Spears, Phyllis Mrs. 58
SPEECH AND DEBATE 72, 73
Spera, David jr. 91, 132, 134
Spicer, India jr. 126, 134
Spradlln, Karen sr. 113
Springer, Dawna jr. 134
Stackhouse, Lisa sr. 74, 82, 111,
Stairs, Linda Miss 180
Staley, Beth sr. 80, 81, 84, 92,
Staley, Sue jr. 83, 84, 134
Stamper, Ruth Mrs. 58
Stamper, Wilburne Mr. 59
Stanley, Mike so. 8, 162
Stawick, Pete so. 48, 74, 97, 148
Stawick, Susan sr. 5, 74, 80, 81,
Stegner, Richard jr. 134
Steiner, Bill jr. 134, 162
Robbins, James Mr. 72
Robbins Jean so. 147
Roberts Cheryl jr. 133
Roberts, Jeff so. 147, 154, 162
Roberts, Julia Mrs. 59
Roberts, Samuel sr. 112
Roberts Shayne jr. 74, 132, 133,
, Tina SO. 147
Robertson, Gwen sr. 88, 112
Robertson, Howard sr. 90
Robertson, Teresa jr. 133, 155
Robinson, Rebecca sr. 112
Robinson, Terry so. 87, 7, 235
Robinson, Tim so. 147
Roche, Paul so. 147
Roe, Karen so. 147
Pyle, Dennis jr. 86, 87, 133
Quesinberry, Eldon so. 146
stein, Deborah sr. 111
Tony sr. 91
Beth so. 146
Diana jr. 133
Rogers, Lisa so. 66, 67, 147
Rogers, Teresa jr. 133
Rogers, Tom so. 71, 144, 147
Romine, Pamela sr. 112
Rose, Robin so. 147
ROSENNIAL 76, 77
Roush, Thomas sr. 112
ROYAL INDUSTRIES 204
Rummel, Cindy jr. 133, 161, 180,
Rains, James so. 146, 162
Rains, Kristi jr. 66, 67, 74, 97,
124, 133, 236
Rains, Michele so. 53, 146
Raines, Jill jr. 133
Raines, Richard jr. 82, 133
Raines, Shirley Mrs. 59
Raines, Penny jr. 133
RAINTREE COUNTY DAIRY 210
Ratcliff, Diana sr. 91, 112
Ratcliff, Lori sr. 68, 78, 81, 82,
83, 102, 112
Ratcliff, Stacie jr. 66, 67, 133
RAY'S DRIVE-IN 193
Razor, Cheryl Mrs. 58
Razor, James sr. 16, 24, 66, 67,
96, 110, 112
Razor, Jeff so. 146
Read, Nancy jr. 132, 133
Reagan, Mark sr. 74, 109, 112,
Reamer, Larry 156, 157
Reamer, Terrie sr. 25, 112
Redman, Joe so. 146
Reed, Kelly so. 66, 67, 146
Reeder, Judy so. 146
Reedy, Virginia Mrs. 61
Reeves, Sandy jr. 133
Regner, Bob jr. 91, 133
Reichart, Duane sr. 91
Renner, Chris Mr. 61
Renner, Jack Mr. 61
Reno, Billy jr. 133
Reno, Robin so. 66, 67, 82, 146
Reno, Sherry sr. 112
Retz, Bill 156
Ruetz, Todd sr. 66, 67, 112
Rush, Jeri Mrs. 62
Rush, Virgil Mr. 43, 62
Rust, Kathy so. 147
Rust, Natalie sr. 112
Rust, Nora jr. 76, 97, 131, 133,
195, 222, 235
Ryan, D. 57
Sahlberg, Cynthia sr. 112, 162,
163, 190, 194
Samsley, Melinda sr. 89
Sanderson, Dana so. 66, 67, 147
Sare, Royce sr. 112
Sarten, Bill so. 147
Saunders, Bob jr. 133
Saunders, Leanne jr. 133
Saunders, Randy jr. 133
Savage, Debbie jr. 133
Savage, Hershel so. 147
Schmeisser, Barb so. 147
Schmidt, Kathryn sr. 66, 88, 112
Schmitt, Karen so. 67, 147
Schmitt, Ted jr. 132, 133
Schroeder, Rick so. 147
Schroth, Robin sr. 70, 71, 112
Schuffman, Rhonda sr. 66, 67,
Schuler, Tom jr. 74, 75, 133, 162
Schuler, Viola Mrs. 43, 62
Schwab, Julie 161
Schwinn, Mike 156
Schwinn, Ronald sr. 112, 154
Scotten, James jr. 133
Scotten, Jennie sr. 112, 210, 222
Selvy, Karolyn jr. 82, 133
Skaggs, Sharon sr. 92, 113
Slagle, Tim jr. 134
Slaven, Brenda so. 147
Barbara sr. 88, 113
Betty sr. 85, 113
Brian sr. 113
Charles so. 147
Charlotte sr. 88, 113
Claudia jr. 132, 134
Debbie so. 17, 147
Diane so. 147
Donna Mrs. 59
Doug jr. 66, 67, 134
Duane jr. 134
: Jenny jr. 134
Julie Ann so. 148
Julie Anne so. 148
Karen sr. 80, 113, 168
Kimberly so. 148
Laura J. sr. 113
Steele, Reba Mrs. 59
Stemen, Julie jr. 134, 161
Stephens, April so. 148
Stephens, Gregory jr. 134
Stephens, Mike 159
Stephens Kevin jr. 157, 162, 163
Stephens Penny jr. 134
Renita jr. 46
Shari sr. 113
, Talmadge Clayton sr.
Steprse, Betty Mrs. 59
Edwin so. 72, 148
Chris so. 148, 162
Stevens, Deborah so. 148
Stevens, Gloria Mrs. 59
Stevens, Kathy sr. 113
Smith Marilyn A. sr. 43, 89, 113,
Smith Mark E. Dr. 63
Matthew W. sr. 92, 113
Mike H. so. 148, 162
Reta so. 84, 148
Sheila jr. 134
SOFTBALL QGirIsJ 161
Stienlng, Daniel sr. 76, 113, 114,
190, 212, 221, 222, 235
Stigall, Earl sr. 91, 114
Stigall, George Mike sr. 114
Stigall, Randy so. 148
Stinson, Lloyd L. so. 148
Stockman, Paul 114
Stockton, Rhonda sr. 84
Stockton, Tina jr. 71, 134
Stockton, Tom so. 148
Stone, Michael jr. 134
Stone, Shannon so. 148
Stonecipher, Rex sr. 71, 114
Stonerock, Jama sr. 114
Stonerock, Kathy so. 68, 69, 139,
Stonerock, Peggy jr. 134
Stoops, Robin jr. 132, 134
Stoops, Tamara sr. 114
Stotler, Nina so. 148
Stover, Ken sr. fTri Highj 90
STUDENT ACTION COMMITTEE 97
Strauch, Gay 155
Strukel, Jaren jr. 134, 155, 180
Strukel, Malaura sr. 114, 168
Stults, Carol Mrs. 59
Stults, Melody so. 81, 148
Summers, John jr. 134
Summers, Mark fr. 178
Sumpter, Michael sr. 91, 114
Thurman, Sharon jr. 68,-135
Thurston, Beth sr. 89, 114
Tichenor, Lisa sr. 114, 194
Tinch, Chris so. 148
Tinch, Ronald sr. 114
Tinsley, Scott jr. 132, 135, 138
Todd, Carolyn Mrs. 45, 62
Toney, Millie 50, 148
Toombs, Terry so. 148, 178
TOP HAT 205
Tossi, Ximena sr. 22, 83, 114
Towe, Jama jr. 135
Tower, Charity sr. 30, 76, 77, 80,
81, 83, 95, 97, 104, 111, 114,
188, 192, 208, 210, 221, 222,
223, 225, 235
Tower, Cheri so. 66, 67, 80, 82,
TRACK CBoysJ 156, 157
Trainor, Deborah sr. 82, 96, 110,
VOCAL MUSIC 70, 71
Voiles, Viola sr. 84, 115
VOLLEYBALL 168, 169
Waddell, Thomas sr. 90, 115
Wadman, David jr. 135
Wadman, Rhonda jr. 135
Walker, Roby 91
Wallace, Kent so. 66, 67, 148
Wallen, Roger jr. 135
Walls, Tina so. 66, 67, 148
Walters, Karen sr. 115
Walters, Sharon sr. 89, 115
Wantz, Michael sr. 90, 115
Wardlow, Scott so. 148
Wargny, Wade so. 148
Warmoth, Troy so. 148
Wolfe, Phillip jr. 135
Wood, Micki jr. 74, 135, 206, 22
Wood, Tom jr. 135
Woodward, Emily sr. 25, 43, 89,
Wooldridge, Diane so. 149
Woolsey, Michael so. 149
Wooten, Jeanni sr. 77, 89, 116,
197, 222, 235
WRESTLING 175, 176, 177
Bonita so. 149
Hope sr. 116
Reggie jr. 135
Sam jr. 135
Wasson, Wendy sr. 89
Watkins, Amy sr. 84
Watkins, Clay so. 148
Watkins, Virginia sr. 115
Watson, Connie so. 148
Wyatt, W. Scott so. 149
Watt, Brenda so. 66, 67, 148
Weaver, Kenneth jr. 91, 135
Weaver, Lori so. 148
Weaver, Tammy jr. 135
Webb, Jay so. 148
Webb, Gilbert 19, 20
Webb, Tim sr. 72, 96, 115
Webster, Barb so. 148
Weesner, Tammy sr. 89, 115
Weintraut, Tim sr. 15, 90, 115
Werline, Tammy jr. 135
Werking, Jeff sr. 91
Werling, Mark so. 148
Wesseler, William Mr. 40, 62, 154
West, Jeff jr. 131, 135
West, Sheila sr. 89, 115
WESTERN PRODUCTS 191
Weston, Penny sr. 84, 115
Whiles, Steve so. 149, 162
Yockey, Paul jr. 135
York, David so. 149
York, Donna jr. 135
York, Leslie so. 149
York, Michael sr. 116
York, Rhonda so. 82, 146, 149,
York, Sandra sr. 45, 84, 116
Surface, Mark Mr. 15, 62, 162
Sutherland, Doug jr. 134
Sutherland, Joseph sr. 114, 159,
Sutherland, Lisa jr. 84, 132, 134
Swift, Cathy jr. 134
Swift, Joe jr. 134
Swift, Tim jr. 134
Swim, Tonya sr. 114
SWIMMING CBoysj 178, 179
SWIMMING CGirlsJ 152, 153
Swindell, Shirley Mrs. 59
Tabares, Agnes Mrs. 47, 62
Tarr, Mark jr. 134, 162
Taylor, Don so. 148
Taylor, Pamela so. 66, 67, 140,
Teel, Julie sr. 89
Teel, Richard so. 148
TENNIS CBoysj 166
Thalls, Tom sr. 76, 97, 104, 114,
138, 159, 191, 192, 193, 208,
220, 222, 235
Thalls, Tona jr. 72, 73, 97, 124,
135, 191, 193
Thomas, Libby so. 148
Thomason, Christi so. 148
, Michael sr. 114, 162
, Danny so. 148
, Jane so. 66, 67, 83,
Thompson, Robin jr. 66, 67, 135
Thornhill, Jewel Mrs. 58
Thrasher, Patricia sr. 71, 72, 76,
104, 111, 114, 188, 194, 208,
209, 210, 212, 222, 235
Thurman, Jack jr. 134
Thurman, Joni so. 148
Trainor, Gigi so. 68, 148
Trese, Paul jr. 135, 178
Trevino, Grace so. 148
Trieschman, Rebekah sr. 26, 80,
TROJAN DRIVE-IN 200
Troxell, Asha so. 71, 94,
Troxell, Carl sr. 90, 114
Troxell, Joey jr. 135, 138, 162
Troxell, Mary Jane Ms. 59
Turnbull, Jennifer sr. 19, 97, 114
168, 169, 190, 225
Tully, Linda jr. 126, 135
Turner, Anthony sr. 114
Turner, Mark jr. 135, 235
Tweedy, Chris so. 148
Tyler, Stevie - AEROSMITH 12
Tyner, Gina sr. 114
Tyner, Roy sr. 90, 114
Upchurch, Kathy jr. 135
Upchurch, Danny sr. 114
Vanderleest, Stephanie Mrs. 47,
Vannatta, Karen sr. 115
VanHoose, Dorothy jr. 135
Vaughan, Amy sr. 80, 81, 83, 95,
Vaught, Kelly jr. 135
Vaught, Opal Mrs. 59
Veach, Wilbur Mr. 62, 157
V.l.C.A. "C" 90
V.l.C.A. "D" C13 91
V.I.C.A. "D" C25 91
V.l.C.A. "D" C39 91
V.l.C.A. "D" C45 90
Vincent, Brent so. 148
Vitatoe, Sam sr. 115
White, Beth jr. 71, 205
White, Brad S. so. 148
White, Kimberly sr. 115
Rick so. 149
White, Rodney sr. 115
White, Steven sr. 88, 115
White, Terri so. 8
Whiteman, Alan 159
Whiteman, David so. 74, 138, 9
Cynthia sr. 115
Gary sr. 90, 115
Loretta jr. 74, 135, 206
Vanessa so. 149
Young, Connie sr. 92, 116
Yule, Greg jr. 66, 67, 135
Zachary, Ed so. 149
Ziebold, Clifford sr. 96, 110, 116,
Ziglar, Christy so. 66, 67, 149
Ziglar, Phillip so. 149
Zinkan, Kathy sr. 85
Zornes, Mary Jo so. 80, 81, 83,
94, 95, 149
Wiles, Cathy Mrs. 58
Wiley, Laura jr. 135
Wilhelm, Bryan jr. 72, 132, 135
Wilhelm, Karl sr. 115
Wilhelm, Tony sr. 91, 115
Wilkinson, Billy sr. 115
Wilkinson, Sharrilyn so. 66, 67,
Williams, Bobby so. 149
Williams, Danny jr. 91
Williams, Debbie so. 149
Williams, Donald jr. 135
Williams, J. 57
Williams, Judi so. 66, 67, 74, 149
Williams, Kenneth jr. 72, 135
Williams, Margaret Mrs. 58
Williams, Richard sr. 116
Williams, Ryan so. 82, 149
Williams Sheila so. 149
Williams, Terri sr. 89
Wilson, Bob jr. 135, 154
Wilson, Jay 178
Wilson, Monte sr. 27, 53, 90, 116
Winchester, Kelli so. 149
Winchester, Shelli so. 71, 143,
Winchester, Steve so.
Winkler, Phillip jr. 74, 132, 135,
Winningham, Lydia jr. 135
Winstead, Dewey so. 149
Witham, James Todd sr. 82, 109,
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Nora Rust shows how interesting Rosennial
class can be!
The members of the 1978-1979
Rosennial staff would like to thank
Kim Ash of the American Yearbook
Company. We also would like to ex-
tend our sincere thanks to Miss
Frances Halberstadt for all the time,
help and guidance she gave us.
Headline type for the 1979 Rosen-
nial was Prestype and Formatt. Addi-
CO-EDITORS - Kim McCorkle, Charity Tower
COPYXLAYOUT EDITOR - Tim Bowers
BUSINESS MANAGER - Dan Stiening
SECRETARY - Jeanni Wooten
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR - Matt Maloney
PHOTOGRAPHERS - John Carnes, Steve Hart, Terry Robinson, Tom Thalls, Mark Turner.
STUDENT LIFE - Janet Fowler, Phil Jones, Karen Showalter
FACULDEMICS - Brenda Bennett, Nora Rust, Micki Woods
SPORTS - Jackie Baker, Julie Johnson, Mark Noll
ORGANIZATIONS - Michele Elkins, Nancy Olsen
SENIORS - Donna Conway, Tracey Crabtree
UNDERCLASSMEN - Frances Franklin, Marijeanne Holaday
ADS - Chad Keesling, Patty Thrasher
ADVISOR - Frances Halberstadt
Janet Fowler and Karen Showalter show how
coordinated they are by messing up on an-
other lay-out, John Carnes offers his assis-
tance to the ladies in distress.
tional pictures were taken by Ernest
Klotsch of the Courier-Times, Bill
Walden, Kenneth Catron, photogra-
phers from Reid's Studio, and pho-
tographers from the Junior High
yearbook staff. Ideas were based on
information received at Franklin Col-
lege Yearbook Workshop.
Smiling Kim Frost leads the junior class in a
yell at the pep session to beat the Muncie
Although many people were beginning to
think there wasn't going to be a White Christ-
rnas, Mother Nature surprised us again with a
E Juniors Sherri Dietz and Kristi Rains antici-
, pate another snowball fight.
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