Northeastern High School - Lance Yearbook (Fountain City, IN)
- Class of 1981
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'Ii-l.'-ESE ARE Ci-ll-XNGING 'TIMES
Change is a natural thing, and NHS is no
exception. We've made it to the year 1981
with only a few bruises and a lot of change.
The administration is always an important
aspect. No one could forget Mr. 'lWoody"
Coates. Now here's a man who could put fear
into even Bigfoot! The coal strike added to
his image. Appearing out of the dark corners,
the Knight Stalker would pounce on unex-
The energy crisis especially affected the
gym classes. Knowing at the end of the hour
a cold shower awaited you made nve day
deodorant pads what they are today.
The end of the energy crisis brought new
conservation measures which we still follow.
It all starts in the fall when the heat magi-
cally comes on, don't let the temperature of
800 outside throw you. As winter draws near,
the air from the register slowly but surely
descends to subzero temperatures, turning
spitballs into lethal weapons.
This years changes are a result of our new
administration, Mr. Manning and lVlr.
Stephen. With them came maybe the biggest
change to hit NHS . . . the Wednesday Special
was changed to Thursday!
As usual, there is a constant search for an
illegal pass. Not only is it easy to break one of
the many rules, but this year you can do it
colorfully. There is a rainbow of pink, blue,
yellow, and white slips that can be tacked on
an innocent student.
' Too Much Work
It's no fun skipping anymore, there's too
much paper work involved. And no pot of gold
at the end of the rainbow.
As you walk through the halls a feeling of
emptiness sweeps through your body. Won-
dering if you've come to school on Saturday,
you peek around the corner of a classroom to
find 25 students, now get this, quietly study-
As the years follow, more changes will be
made, some good-some bad, but bear with
them because you too will soon graduate. By
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A,'With biting grit and ioads of deter-
mination, this mighty hash is just Paula
Fisher as she rushes madly down the
held praying desperately for a touch-
B!With a group of followers at his side,
Mr. Rawlings takes pride in showing oh
his shirt which states his position in
three little words, llI'rn the coach,"
CfAs big senior Sandy Hall attempts to
out maneuver the advancing rush of the
opposite team, she seems to grip the
ball and go, but all efforts look hope
DlNlicci Townsend hands the ball to
Ronda Ozbun as Lynnette Powell gets
ready to defend the sophomores as Mr,
Stewart watches the groups battle out
A Mike Powell, Mandee Adams, Julie
Harter, Mike Johnson, Tonya Legear,
Tim Nocton, Tom Pearson and Brenda
Herrmann smile as the 1980 Home-
Bf"Just Another Roadside Band" sent
out musical harmony and resounding
waves to the audience who came to the
1980 Homecoming Dance in search of a
C!Senior Eric Myers seems to be trying
out a new dance step with an unknown
partner. From the look on his face, he
doesn't mind if he does a good job or
D!With a majority vote of the school,
the 1980 Homecoming King and Queen,
Mike Powell and Mandee Adams tour
before the crowd and reign their senior
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Aftlohn Bleill ilefti, and Robert Wil-
liams stop to pose with Nlr. Coon who
caught our photographer roaming the
halls and asked to have his picture
B!Both the varsity and junior varsity
cheerleaders entertain the crowd with
their skit ofa car. From the looks of it,
half the car is going the other way.
Cfilaptain Keith Webster proves he can
smile at the camera and chew Red Fox
at the same time, while Doug Gray tries
sneaking into the photographer's view.
D!Pam Turner and Tony Alexander seal
their fates in a mock wedding in mar-
riage and family class. Reverend Hawk-
ins united the couple as the guests
EfThe Damsels perform during half-
time at one of our basketball games a
routine they made up for contest called
l'America". Here, they show perfection
FfRandy Adams and Connie lVlalicoat
watch the other couples that are danc-
ing at the Homecoming to see who's
dancing with whom and if they're sup-
posed to be.
G Candi Vaden and Denver Conway
shake-a-leg at the Homecoming Dance
From the look on Candi's face, she is
totally oblivious to the other couples
H Junior highers at Junior High Fun
Night Dance shake their booties and
have a good time doing it. Todd
lVIcQuiston and Pam Sharp were just
two joining the fun.
IfJack Ward and Joy Brown decide to
join the crowd at the dance and boogie.
The dance was just one of the activities
held at the Junior High Fun Night.
JfLori Mullins takes John lVlcClain on
to the dance Hoor as a partner at the
Junior High Fun Night Dance even
though they seem to be the only ones
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A!Santa's helpers, Brenda Herrmann
and Liz George prepare to go out and
help Santa spread the goodwill that
helps any Christmas get oft the ground.
BfDuring the Christmas holidays, Mr,
Manning took charge of the good cheer
department and proceeded to spread it
by playing everyones favorite, Santa
C Mr. Burgess and baby Sarah stop
what they were doing to smile for the
camera. Although Mr. Burgess smiles,
Sarah has more important things on
DfAttempting to bring some pep into
the faculty basketball game are faculty
cheerleaders, Miss Rutkowski, Mrs.
Miracle, Mrs. Runnels, and Ms. Cod-
E Shawn Dingwerth takes a mad swing
at the birdie in a fast game of badmin-
ton. Using his stylish form, the person
on the other side had better watch it.
F Someone with a weird sense of hu-
mor thought it would be funny to drive
a hearse to school, It may be a re-
minder to our opponents of their unti-
G Bob Stigleman decides it's time to
rid the earth of such a terrible evil by
putting the stake to Greg lVloore. Now
you know what the hearse is really for.
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For Ist Time
In Six Years
C The Junior High Maidens perform at
the last basketball game to the music
"Dallas" played by the band It was the
First time in six years that they per
D Kevin Harvey looks
about getting his hair
row knows it's gonna
they get ready for the
Plays, Parties and Mischief
Az ortheaslern High School
E In the silence of the darkness with
only a glimpse of light, Carol Sharp and
Jeff Huntington share a tender moment
as mother and son in the llGlass lVlen-
F lVlr. Manning joins in on the celebra-
tion of Brian Herrmann's 17th birthday!
Although all grown up on the outside,
lVIr. Manning proves to still be a child
G Traci Biga, Jane Lahmann, Kathy
Laswell, and Krista Lewis are trying
very hard not to be noticed as they
sneak out after an exciting venture
through the boys' bathroom.
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Jr. High Band, front row, from left, Krissy Hubbell, Kim Hieger, Rachel Devito, Pam Sharp, Mechelle Creviston, Julie Brown. 2nd row,
Jeannie Minniear, Janet Williamson, Angela Brown, Suzy Zepernick, Shari Stemple, Barbi Bowmer, Connie Earl, Relinda Myers, Kari
Strobel, April Mullins, Laura Redmyer. 3rd row, Rachel Sheeley, Janet Rogers Jill Wilson, Kevin Nocton, Dewayne Parks, Kevin Land
David Mullins Robert Rhoads, Mike Toschlog, Bob Peach. 4th row, Betsy Williams, Carolyn Rogers, Fred Morgan, Donald Baker,
Mike Roth, David Schuerman, Brian Connor, Steve Tye.
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Would You Buy A Used
Car From These Guys?
AfJoe Butler and Randy Boswell, of the
B8tB Car Sales Service, advertise their
buy of the century, a half built 1949
B!7th grade class president Layshaa
Ward and Tim Malloris join in the fun
at their class party.
CfThe 7th grade class party was held at
The Skate where David Harris and Sky
x 2 Epperson try and learn howto skate.
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the ofticials at the 7th grade field day
helping Miss Bader, the sponsor.
B lVlrs. Nancy Tash displays her "Siam-
ese bananas" to the teachers of the
Fifth hour prep.
CfTim Toschlog hands over the reigns
as president of FFA to Darren Lacey
during the FFA Banquet in lVlay.
DfFive 7th grade boys are really hang'
ing on in the tug-of-war contest. They
are from left, David Spencer, Steve
Reece, Shawn Thomas, Darrell Culbert-
son and Kenny lVlartin.
E lVlrs. Donna Litton, substitute for
lVlr. Jim Bussell, takes part in another
fifth hour production, a party honoring
Jim. Photos and a tape of the gathering
were sent to him in the hospital.
F Tim lVlalloris catches an egg at the
7th grade Field day in one ofthe many
events. Do you suppose it broke?
GfSenior Nlandee Adams is chosen
Chapter Sweetheart at the FFA Ban-
quet in Nlay. Tom Hill is honored to
present the award.
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Senior Class Takes Trgo To Kings Island
Senior Class Officers, front row, from left, Angela Kreiner, treas., Tonya Legear, sec.
Second row, Doug Oler, rep., Jim Wills, pres., Mike Johnson, vice-pres.
What does it mean to be a
senior? Does it mean that you
have crossed all of the hurdles?
No, you're just beginning the
Some feel this is their big es-
cape-escape from parents,
teachers, etc. While others see
it as a challenge-taking on the
world one on one. However, we
each see it differently.
When Nlay 24 is over, we'll all
go our separate ways, but the
memories and good times we've
shared through the years will
forever be with us.
Club, 15 Honor Society, 2,3, re-
I, 35 Journalism II, 45 Cadet
Teacher, 35 9th Grade Cheer-
leader5 Jr. Varsity Cheerleader
25 Homecoming Queen, 4.
JINI APSLEY-Chess Club, 25
Journalism I, 35 Jr. Varsity Base
Mandee Adams Jim A psley Kevin Baker
ball, 15 Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4.
KEVIN BAKER-Jr. Achievement
35 Band, 1,2,3,45 Jr. Varsity
H, 1-25 Band, 1,25 Choir, 354.
porter 45 Band, 1,2,3, vice-pres
45 Student Council, 35 Journalism
25 Varsity Cheerleader, 3,45 Gym
nastics, 15 Powder Puff Football
RICK BERRYMDrama Club, 35 4
Rick Berry Janie Blank John Bond
JANIE BLUNK-Spanish Club, 2,
pres. 35 H.O.T. Club, vice-pres. 45
Home Ec. Club, 35 Journalism I,
35 Journalism II, 3,45 Class Offi-
cer, sec, 35 9th Grade Cheer-
leader5 Powder Puff Football, 3.
JOHN BOND-FFA, 1,25 Band,
1,25 Choir, 1,2,3,45 Journalism I,
Browne Makes All-Conference In Volleyball
JEFF BOYD-Drama Club,
1,2,3,45 Thespian Society, 2,3,45
Swing Choir, 3,45 Choir, 2,3,45
Band 1,2,3,45 CFC, 35 Cadet
LIBBY BRIlVlAFrench Club,
1,2,35 CFC, 15 Powder Puff Foot-
JOHN BROOKS-Varsity Club,
2,3,45 Student Council, 35 Cadet
Teacher, 3,45 Class Ofhcer, 25
Cross Country, 1,2,3,45 Varsity
Wrestling, 2,3,45 Track, 1,2.
SUSAN BROWNE-French Club,
1,25 Library Club, 1,25 Home Ec.
Club, 1,25 Art Club, 1,25 Honor
Society, 2,3, Pres, 45 4-H, 15
Choir, 1,25 Journalism I, 3 editor5
Journalism II, 4 editor5 Cadet
Teacher, 3,45 GAA, 15 Jr. Varsity
Volleyball, 1,25 Varsity Volleyball,
3,45 Girls Jr. Varsity Basketball,
1,25 Girls Varsity Basketball, 3,45
Girls Varsity Tennis, 3,45 Powder
Puff Football, 25 Hoosier Girls
State Alternate, 3.
ROBIN BUNGERfFrench Club,
1: H.O.T. Club, 45 Home Ec. Club,
25 Jr. Achievement, 3,4.
JOE BUTLER-Library Club, 1,25
FFA, 1,25 Cadet Teacher, 3,45
Varsity Football, 35 Track, 15 Jr.
Varsity Wrestling, 15 Varsity
DON BYRD-Spanish Club, 25 Li-
brary Club, 35 Choir, 45 Cadet
Randy Boswell Jef Boyd David Brawley
Libby Brim John Brooks Susan Browne
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Rgbin Bunger Joe Butler DOF! Byrd
Terri Byrkett Jane Campbell Jordana Cheing
TERRI BYRKETTfFrench Club,
1,25 Home Ec. Club, 15 Art Club
1, pres. 25 Journalism I, 35 Jour-
nalism II, 3,45 Cadet Teacher, 35
GAA, 15 Powder Puff Football, 2.
JANE CAIVIPBELL-French Club
1,2,3,45 Home Ec. Club, 35 4-H,
1,2, vice-pres. 3,45 Art Club, sec.
2, vice-pres. 3,45 Cadet Teacher,
3,45 GAA, 1,25 Girls Jr. Varsity
Volleyball, 1,25 Girls Jr. Varsity
Basketball, 1,25 Girls Track, 25
Powder Puff Football, 2,3,45 Ju-
nior Leaders, 3,4.
120 Receive Diolomasg 38 M id-Term Grads
Jan Clements Rick Coates Kristi Cope
Sherri Coyle Jay Crowe Shelley Crowe
Club, 45 Spanish Club, 45 Drama
Club, 35 Gymnastics, mgr. 45 Girls
Varsity Basketball, mgr. 45 Girls
Track, mgr. 45 Powder Puff
JAN CLENIENTS-Journalism I,
35 Journalism II, 4.
RICK COATES-Jr. Varsity Wres-
tling, 1,25 Varsity Wrestling, 3,4.
KRISTI COPE-Spanish Club, 15
Home Ec. Club, 1,25 Journalism
I, 35 Cadet Teacher, 3,4.
SHERRI COYLE-H.O.T. Club,
sec. 45 Jr. Achievement, 25 CFC,
15 Journalism I, 35 Cadet
Teacher, 35 Class Oflicer, reporter
35 Powder Puff Football, 2.
JAY CROWE-Art Club, vice-pres.
45 Karate Club, 1,
SHELLEY CROWE-French Club,
35 Karate Club, 15 Journalism I,
35 Cadet Teacher, 35 Girls Jr.
Varsity Basketball, 1.
Doug Olerg Bob Stigleman,
DEBBIE REYNOLDS DEAN f---
Spanish Club, 2,3, Home Ec.
Club, 3, Art Club, 2,3, Drama
Club, 2,3, Cadet Teacher, 4, GAA,
1,2,3,4, Jr, Varsity Volleyball, 2,
Varsity Volleyball, 3,4, Girls
PAM ELMORE, French Club' Debbze Reynolds Pam Elmo e
2,3, Disco Club, 2, Audio Visual, Dean
4, 4-H, 1, Journalism I, 3, Jour-
nalism II, 4.
BRENDA ENGLE French Club,
1,2, Home Ec. Club, 1, Art Club,
1,2, Cadet Teacher, 3, GAA, 1.
GREG FINLEY'--Journalism I, 3,
Cadet Teacher, 3,4, Class Officer,
1, Track, 1,2,3,4, 9th Grade Bas-
ketball, Boys Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball, 1, Varsity Basketball,
KIM FISHER -Spanish Club, 1,2
Disco Club, 3, Home Ec. Club 3,
Karate Club, 3, 4-H, 1,2, Jour-
nalism I, 3, Journalism II, 3, Ca-
det Teacher, 3,4, Girls Track, 2,
Powder Puff Football, 2,3,4, . I '
Greg Fznley Kzm Fisher
Club, 3,4, Karate Club, 1, Choir,
2,3,4, Journalism I, 3, Cadet
Teacher, 3, Class Officer, pres. 3.
1,2,3,4, Choir, 3,4, Swing Choir,
DUDLEY HAlVllVleChess Club,
3,4, FCA, 4, FFA, 1,2,3,4, CFC,
4, Special Olympics, 3, Cross
Country, 4, Track, 1,4, Jr. Varsity
Wrestling, 1,2, Varsity Wrestling,
Majorie Gibbons Sandy Hall
A lberl Fullerton
Julie Harter Laura Hawkins
JULIE HARTER-Spanish Club,
1, Library Club, 1,2,3, Drama
Club, 3,4, CFC, 1, reporter 2,
vice-pres. 3, pres. 4, Student
Council, sec. 4, Cadet Teacher,
3,4, 9th Grade Cheerleader,
Powder Puli' Football, 4.
LAURA HAWKINS-French Club,
2, Spanish Club, 1, Student
Council, 1, Journalism I, 3, Cadet
Teacher, 3,4, 9th Grade Cheer-
leader, Jr, Varsity Cheerleader,
3, Varsity Cheerleader, 4, Pow-
der Puff Football, 2.
Club, 1,2,3, Disco Club, 2, H.O.T.
Club, pres. 4, Home Ec. Club,
treas. 3, Honor Society, 3,4, 4-H,
1, vice-pres. 2, pres. 3 and 4,
Good Citizen Award Received B Herrmann
Mike Herron Tom H ill
Kelley Hurd Doug Jay
Damsels, 2,3, capt. 4, Student
Council, 2,3, treas. 4, Cadet
Teacher, 3, Class Ofiicer, treas.
3, GAA, 1, Powder Puff Football,
2,3,4, Junior Leaders, 2,3, pres.
4, Hoosier Girls State, 4, Matt
MIKE HERRON-French Club, 2,
Library Club, 2,3, Varsity Club,
2,3,4, Audio Visual, 4, Model
Legislature, 4, Journalism I, 3,
Journalism ll, 3,4, Cadet
Teacher, 3,4, Jr. Varsity Foot-
ball, 1, Varsity Football, 2,3,4,
Jr. Varsity Baseball, 1, Varsity
Baseball, 3,4, Track, 2, 9th
Grade Basketball, Jr. Varsity
TOM HILL-FFA, 1,2,3,4, 4-H,
1,2,3,4, Cadet Teacher, 3, Jr.
Varsity Football, 1,2, Varsity
Football, 2,4, 9th Grade Basket-
ball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, 2.
LORA HIMELICK-French Club,
1,2,3,4, Disco Club, 1, 4-H,
1,2,4, Cadet Teacher, 3, GAA, 1.
KELLEY HURD-French Club,
1,2, pres. 3,4, Disco Club, vice-
pres. 1, Home Ec. Club, vice-
pres. 3, Art Club, pres. 3,4, 4-H,
1, reporter 2,3,4, Band, 1, Choir,
2,4, Student Council, 1,2,4, Ca-
det Teacher, 3, GAA , 1, Jr.
Varsity Volleyball, 1,2, Badmin-
ton, 1, Girls Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball, 1,2, Girls Varsity Basketball,
mgr. 4, Girls Track, 1,2,3,4,
Powder Puff Football, 2,3,4,
IVlatt Maid, 4.
DOUG JAY-FFA, 1,2, reporter 3,
Cross Country, 1,2,3,4, Track,
1,2,3, Varsity Wrestling, 3.
N ocion, York
Caught in the act at the 'lStarlight
Dance" Eric Myers and Eric Ward dem-
onstrate the power of a senior, as by-
standers look on in awe
CAROL RAYBORN JOHNSON-
Spanish Club, 1, Disco Club, 2,
Journalism I, 3, Cadet Teacher,
3, Girls Varsity Tennis, 3, Powder
Puff Football, 2,3
MIKE JOHNSON-lst Degree
Black Belt-Tae Kwon Do.
JERRY J0NESWVarsity Club,
det Teacher, 4, Jr. Varsity Foot-
ball, 1, Varsity Football, 2,3,4,
Track, 1,2, Varsity Wrestling,
GLEN KING-Jr. Achievement,
1,2, Journalism I, 4, Jr. Varsity
LISA KIRTLEY-Home EC. Club,
3, Drama Club, 1,2,3,4, Thespian
Society, 3,4, Honor Society, 2,3,
Powder Puff Football, 3, Nlatt
Club, 1,2,4, Audio Visual, 4, Stu-
dent Council, 2, Cadet Teacher,
3,4, GAA, 1,2, Varsity Volleyball,
4, Girls Varsity Tennis, 3,4, Girls
Track, 1, Powder Puff Football,
2,3, Jr. Varsity Volleyball, 1,2.
Carol Rayborn Mike Johnson Jerry Jones
Glen King Lisa K irtley
Susan K losterman
Legearg Johnson And Oler
Inducted In Honor Sociegf
J oe Ladd
Tony Lon g
Club, 1, Band, 1, Cadet Teacher
3,4, Class Officer, treas. 4, Gym-
nastics, 2, Powder Puff Football
JOE LADD- Library Club,
1,2,3,4, Chess Club, 1,2,3,4,
Varsity Club, 3,4, Model Legisla-
ture, 2,3,4, Cadet Teacher, 4,
Cross Country, 1,2,3, Track,
1,2,3,4, 9th Grade Basketball.
SONYA LAND-Home Ec. Club,
2, Jr. Achievement, 1,2,3, Choir,
1,2,3,4, Swing Choir, 4, CFC,
1,2,3,4, Cadet Teacher, 3.
TONYA LEGEAR-French Club,
2, sec. 3, Disco Club, sec. 2, Li-
brary Club, 1,2, Home Ec. Club,
3, Art Club, 3,4, Varsity Club,
2,3,4, 4-H, sec. 1, vice-pres.
2,3,4, Choir, 2, Damsels, 1, Ca-
det Teacher, 3, Class Officer,
pres, 2, sec. 4, Jr. Varsity Cheer-
leader, 2, Varsity Cheerleader,
3,4, Gymnastics, 1,2,3,4, Jr.
Varsity Volleyball, 2, Powder
Puff Football, 2,3.
lVlARLA LllVlBREY-French Club
2, treas. 3,4, Disco Club, 2,
Home Ec, Club, 3, Art Club, sec.
3,4, Band, 1,2, Choir, 2, Cadet
Teacher, 4, Girls Track, 2,3,
Powder Puff Football, 2,3,4.
TONY LONG-Journalism I, 3, Jr
Varsity Tennis, 2,3.
Club, 1, Chess Club, 1,2,3,4, Jr.
Achievement, 1, Choir 1,2,3,4,
Cross Country, 1.
BOBBY MARTIN-Karate Club,
2, Journalism 1, 3, Track, 3.
TRACI MERCER-Spanish Club
2, Damsels, 2,3, Capt. 4, Jour-
nalism I, 3, Journalism II, 4, Ca-
det Teacher, 3,4, GAA, 1, Gym-
nastics, 1, Powder Puff Football
BECKY MEYER-French Club, 15
H.O.T. Club, treas. 45 FFA, treas.
2,35 Sec. 45 4-H, 1,2, sec. 3,45
Journalism I, 35 Cadet Teacher,
3,45 Class Oflicer, sec. 25 Gym-
nastics, 15 Powder Puff Football
2,3,45 Matt Maid, 45 Band, 1.
TIM MEYER-French Club, 3,45
Spanish Club, 25 Science Club, 2
vice-pres. 35 Varsity Club, 2,3,45
4-H, 2,3,45 Model Legislature, 45
Cross Country, 15 Jr. Varsity
Football, 15 Varsity Football,
2,3,45 Track, 15 9th Grade Bas-
ketball5 Jr. Varsity Basketball, 25
Varsity Basketball, 3,4.
Becky Meyer Tim Meyer Fay Moore
Senior Class Sponsors All-School Dance
FAY MOORE-Library Club, 15
H.O.T. Club, 45 Home Ec. Club, 15
CFC, 1,25 Journalism I, 35 Jour-
nalism II, 45 Cadet Teacher, 3,45
Special Olympics, 1,2,3,4.
GREG MOORE-Varsity Club,
3,45 Cadet Teacher, 45 Jr. Varsity
Football, 15 Varsity Football, 45
Jr. Varsity Baseball, 15 Varsity
Baseball, 15 Golf, 2,3,45 9th
Grade BasketbalI5 Jr. Varsity
Basketball, 25 Varsity Basketball,
THERESA MORGAN-Disco Club,
15 Chess Club, 1,25 H.O.T. Club,
45 Home Ec. Club, 25 Choir, 15
Journalism I, 3.
SCOTT MURRAY-Library Club,
25 4-H, 1,25 Model Legislature,
45 Journalism I, 35 Journalism II,
45 Cadet Teacher 45 Cross Coun-
try, 15 Track, 1,2,3,4.
ERIC MYERS-Disco Club, 25 Li-
brary Club, 1,25 Chess Club,
2,3,45 Science Club, 25 Drama
Club, 1,2,3,45 Railroad Club, 25
FCA, 2,3,45 FFA, 1,2,3,45 4-H,
1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Choir,
1,2,3,45 Stage Band, 2,3,45 CFC,
2,3,45 Cadet Teacher, 45 Jr.
Varsity Tennis, 2,35 Jr. Varsity
Football, 15 Varsity Football, 45
Varsity Basketball, mgr. 3.
SID NEWBOLD-Drama Club,
1,25 Band, 1,2,3,45 Choir, 1,2,3,4
Swing Choir, 45 Cadet Teacher,
ARLINE NICHOLS-Journalism I
Eric Myers Sid Newbold Arline Nichols
Practice Takes Pearson To A Il- C orzferenee
Tim N octon Lisa N ufio
Doug Oler Lisa Oler
Neil Pardo Tom Pearson Ann Phehs
Suspense written all over her face, Sen-
ior Tonya Legear waits for that Final
buzzer to go off to declare a victory for
TIM NOCTONfSpanish Club, 2,
4-H, l,2,3,4, Band, 1,2,3,4,
Stage Band, 3,4, Student Council
1,2,3,4, Model Legislature, 4,
Cadet Teacher, 3, Class Officer,
vice-pres. 2, Varsity Football,
2,3,4, Varsity Wrestling, 1,2,3,4.
LISA NUFRIO-French Club, 1,2,
Library Club, 1,2, Model Legisla-
ture, 4, Cadet Teacher, 3,4, Pow-
der Puff Football, 3,4.
DOUG OLER-Spanish Club, 1,
Library Club, 1,2, Chess Club, 2,
Science Club, pres, 4, Model
Legislature, 2,3,4, Cadet
Teacher, 3,4, Class Oflicer, rep.
4, Jr. Varsity Football, 1, Varsity
Football, 3,4, Varsity Wrestling,
LISA OLER-Disco Club, 1,2, Li-
brary Club, 1, Chess Club, 1,2,3,
sec. 4, H.O.T. Club, 4, Home Ec.
Club, 1, FFA, 1,2,3,4, Girls
Track, 1,3, Powder Puft Football
NEIL PARDO-Audio Visual, 3,
4-H, 1,2, Cadet Teacher, 4,
Varsity Baseball, 2.
TOM PEARS0N4French Club, 2-
Chess Club, 3, FCA, 2, Journal-
ism I, 3, Jr. Varsity Baseball, 1,
Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4, 9th
Grade Basketball, Jr, Varsity
Basketball, 2,3, Varsity Basket-
ANN PHELPS--Library Club, 2,
Honor Society, 2,3, treas. 4, 4-H,
3,4, Band, 1,2, CFC, 3,4, Powder
Puff Football, 4.
CHERYL POND-Library Club,
1,2,3, Honor Society, 2,3, vice-
pres. 4, Band, 1,2, drum major
3, Choir, 1,2,3, Swing Choir, 4,
Stage Band, 1,2,3, Student
Council, 2,4, Cadet Teacher, 3,4,
Hoosier Girls State, 4.
MIKE POWELL- French Club,
3,4, Library Club, 3, Chess Club
1, FCA, 1, Audio Visual, 3, FFA
2, Model Legislature, 3, Cadet
Teacher, 3,4, Jr. Varsity Foot-
ball, 1, Varsity Football, 2,3,4,
Track, 1,2,3,4, Jr. Varsity Wres-
tling, 2, Varsity Wrestling, 3,4,
Homecoming King, 4.
kiivi RADEORD--Home Ec, Club, Cheryl Pond Mike Powell Kim Radford
2, Journalism 1, 3,
STEVE REDNIYER-French Club,
3, Spanish Club, 1,2, Chess Club,
1,2,3, Band, 1.
KELLY REUTER-Disco Club, 2,
Choir, 1,2,3,4, Swing Choir, 4,
Journalism I, 3, Journalism II,
3,4, Girls Varsity Tennis, 3,4,
Powder Puff Football, 2,3.
LARRY RILEY-French Club,
2,3,4, Library Club, 3, Science
Club, 2, Varsity Club, 1,2,3, FCA,
1, Student Council, 3,4, Model
Legislature, 2,3,4, Journalism I,
3, Journalism II, 3,4, Cadet
Teacher, 3,4, Cross Country,
1,2,3,4, Track, 1,2,3,4, 9th Grade
Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball, 2,3, Varsity Basketball, 3,4,
RICK ROSS-Library Club, 1,2,3,
FFA, 1,2,3, 4-H, 1,2,3,4, Jour-
nalism I, 3, Journalism II, 4, Ca-
det Teacher, 3,4, Jr. Varsity
Football, 1, Varsity Football,
2,3,4, Jr. Varsity Baseball, 1,
Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4, 9th
Grade Basketball, Jr. Varsity
JIM RUSSELL-French Club,
1,2,3,4, Spanish Club, 3, Science
Club, 1, Drama Club, 1,2,3,4,
Thespian Society, 2,3,4, Karate
Club, 1, Railroad Club, 1, Band,
1,2,3,4, Choir, 1, Stage Band,
1,2,3,4, Model Legislature, 2,3,4,
Varsity Baseball, mgr, 3, Golf, 1,
Jr. Varsity Tennis, 1, Jr. Varsity
Basketball, mgr. 3, Varsity Bas-
ketball, mgr. 1, Knight People, 1.
Riley: Honorable Mention
In All-Slate Cross Country
Steve Redmyer Kelly Reuter
A.. 9 at H
Shirley Robbins Rick Ross
Deanna, Sarah, Rich,
Rod Schweizer Tracey Shock
Alan S tamper
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Club, lg FCA, 35 FFA, 1,2,3,4g
CFC, 1,2,3,4, Journalism I, 3,
Journalism II, 45 Jr, Varsity
Football, 21 Varsity Football, 2,
Jr. Varsity Tennis, 3, Varsity
Basketball, mgr. 3.
TRACEY SHOCK lVlcDERlVllTT-
French Club, 2, Spanish Club, 15
Audio Visual, 3, Student Council
1, Journalism I, 3, Cadet
Teacher, 3, 9th Grade Cheer-
leader, Jr, Varsity Cheerleader,
25 Powder Puff Football, 2.
Kllvl SHOCKNEY-H.O.T. Club, 4
Home Ec, Club, 2, Jr. Achieve-
KIIVI SNAPP-FFA, 1,2,3,4g Ca-
det Teacher, 4, Jr. Varsity Foot-
ball, 1, Track, 1,2,3,4.
ALAN STANI PER
BOB STIGLEIVIAN--French Club,
2,3,4g FCA, 2, Student Council,
lg Cadet Teacher, 4, Jr. Varsity
Football, 1, Varsity Football, 45
Track, 1,2,3,4g 9th Grade Basket
ballg Varsity Basketball, 2,3,4.
DEANNA TERHAAR-FFA, 2,3,
treas. 4, 4-H, 1, sec. 2, pres. 3,4
KIM TERHAAR-Art Club, 1,2, 4
H, 1,2, Cadet Teacher, 3.
FFA Hoosier Farmer Degree Won B
Club, 2,3, Art Club, 2, sec. 4,
Honor Society, 2,3,4, Cadet
Teacher, 3, Powder Puff Foot-
ball, 2,3,4, Matt Maid, 2,3.
TIM TOSCHLOG-Library Club, 2,
FFA, 1,2,3, pres. 4, 4-H, 1,2,3,4,
Cadet Teacher, 3,4, Varsity Foot-
RICH TOWNSEND-FCA, 1,2,
FFA, 2, rep. 3, vice-pres. 4, 4-H,
1,2,3,4, Cadet Teacher, 3,4, Jr.
Varsity Baseball, 1,2, Varsity
Baseball, 2, Varsity Basketball,
mgr. 1,2, Jr. Leaders, 1,2,3,4.
KRISTY TRIM BLE-Spanish
Club, 2, Library Club, 1, Damsels,
2,3, CFC, 1, Journalism I, 3,
Journalism II, 4, Cadet Teacher,
3,4, Class Officer, vice-pres. 3.
RUSTY URICH-Railroad Club, 1,
Band, 1,2,3,4, Stage Band, 3,4,
Model Legislature, 4, Cadet
Teacher, 4, Jr. Varsity Football,
1, Varsity Football, 2,3,4, 9th
Grade Basketball, Jr. Varsity
Basketball, 2, Varsity Basketball,
CANDI VADEN-Karate Club, 1,
Journalism I, 3, Journalism II, 4,
Club, 2, Karate Club, 3, Powder
Puff Football, 2,3.
ERIC WARD-Drama Club, 2,
Audio Visual, 4, Jr. Achievement,
3,4, Band, 1,2,3,4, Stage Band,
1,2,3,4, Drum Major, 2,3,4,
Model Legislature, 4, Journalism
I, 4, Jr, Varsity Football, 1,
ROD WEBB-Chess Club, 1,4,
Railroad Club, 2, Audio Visual, 4,
Jr. Achievement, 1, Journalism I,
3, Journalism II, 4, Golf, 2,3,
Varsity Basketball, mgr. 4.
Rusty U rich
RICK WESLER-Jr. Achieve-
ment, 2, Journalism I, 4, Jour-
nalism II, 4, Cadet Teacher, 4.
Club, 2, Audio Visual, 3, FFA,
1,2,3, rep. 4, 4-H, 1,2,3, vice-
pres. 4, Student Council, 1,
Journalism I, 3, Cadet Teacher,
4, Girls Jr. Varsity Basketball, 2,
Girls Varsity Basketball, 4, Pow-
der Puff Football, 2,4.
Rick Wesler Sarah Williamson Jim Wills ,IM W,LLS,F,e,,,,, CM, 3 ,I
Science Club, 2,4, FCA, 4, Cadet
Teacher, 3, Class OHTCEY, treas, 2,
pres. 4, Cross Country, 1.
ROD YORKvlVlodel Legislature,
4, Journalism l, 4, Jr. Varsity
Football, 1, Varsity Football, 3,4,
Jr. Varsity Baseball, 1,2, Varsity
Baseball, 2,3,4, Jr. Varsity Wres-
tling, 1, Varsity Wrestling, 2,3,4
JOE ZURWELL-Audio Visual, 4,
Cadet Teacher, 4.
Jim Winters Rod York Joe Zurwell
Senior Athletes, front row, from left,
Jim Russell, Eric Ward, Joe Zurwell,
Jim Apsley, Greg Finley, John Brooks,
Rick Coates. Second row, Rusty Urich,
Rod York, Bobby lVlartin, Bob Dillman,
Scott lvlurray, Kim Snapp, Eric Niyers,
Joe Ladd. Third row, Kelley Hurd,
Tonya Legear, Sarah Williamson, Alan
Stamper, Susan Klosterman, Doug Oler,
Susan Browne, Doug Jay. Fourth row,
Kelly Reuter, Jerry Jones, Tim Tosch-
log, Mike Herron, Tom Hill, Rick Ross,
IVIike Powell, Tim Nocton. Fifth Row,
Tom Pearson, Tim lVleyer, Greg lVloore,
T0 Share . . .
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Commencement I2 Years Fmalbf Pay jf
A'New beginnings . . . One month old
son of Neil Pardo shares the joy of
graduation with his father.
B 'Far away from the excitement of
graduation, Doug Oler reminisces over
the past twelve years spent at NHS.
C Eric Myers and Rick Wesler joyfully
embrace as they realize that their high
school days have ended,
D In just a matter of seconds we go
from high school seniors to adults. Fay
and Greg Moore take the big step as
they change their tassles over.
E "This is it!" says Mandee Adams, as
she and Mary Brooks walk through the
archway, and on to the paths to their
F 'While others around him are teary-
eyed, Joe Butler clowns around, appar-
ently trying to cheer everyone else up a
G Tonya Legear, overcome with joy, as
well as sadness, must finally realize the
true meaning of graduation.
H Far off in a gym corner, away from
the confusion ofthe reception, Jim
Wills and Tim Meyer talk over the good
times of growing up together, having no
I llHurry and get it over with!" seems
to he what these seniors are saying as
they anxiously await the moment they
will hnally receive their diplomasfthe
reward for twelve years of hard work.
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1'Drifting and Dreaming,"
theme of the junior's 1981
prom was their major activity. It
was the first prom in recent
years to be held at the school.
Juniors helped hnance the prom
by selling more magazine sub-
scriptions than any other class.
Juniors were the largest class
at Northeastern with 151
Junior class officers, from left, hrst row, Denise McDaniel, Reporterg Sherri Tudor
Secretaryg Tammy Hill, Treasurer. Second row, Peter Frame, Presidentg Mike Camp
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Anthony Burdette A
Pam Carlton -
Karen Catey A
Kyle Chapman ...-
Barb Coddington ' K "
Belinda conee ' Q"' , , A T
Julie Collett 'Jae 1,1-, ' '
Kim Cope -
Mike Cosgrove A ' ' 7
Dee Dee Fisher
Junior Damita Hawkins of the varsity
cheerleaders shows interest as well as
spirit at one of the home games
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Damita Hawkins goes wild at a pep session while Peter Frame, looking puzzled, claps
with the fans.
In Memoir of
Micheal Steven Martin
August 27, 1964
Juli' 8, 1980
T ake A Hike
At Glen Miller
By Pam Hieger, Class Treasurer
The sophomore class had
their class party at Glen Miller
Park. We chose this because it
held many different activities
for the class members to do.
Other highlights would be get-
ting class rings and many soph-
omores getting their license.
This was the first year for some
to play on varsity sports, while
others still held B-team posi-
tions. Some have lettered one
or two years in some sports.
Eight sophomores were also in-
ducted into National Honor So-
Sophomore class ofhcers, First row, from left, Mary Toschlog, Secretary, Pam Hieger,
Treasurer. Second row, Matt Brobeck, Vice-President, Kevin Nicholson, President.
10th Grade '53
Kenny Nimitz 2
Rhonda Ozbun I
Krissi Nicholson ' sTV'1'7' ' '
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They say every picture tells a story. so . . . . .
. 4 , phomores Cathy Rayborn and Lisa Petry am do n the t t d f th
Wen' the gxpressmn on Mmdy Flflks WRIA spirit contest, We came in fifth. J W as y WH e Spm Car S or e
face says it all. Maybe she is trying to
scare the other team.
Darren Philpott X
10th Grade 55
Sophomores Mindy Fulks and Mary Band members Scott Pierce and Trent Myers wait patiently for the applause to die so
Toschlog show their spirit by decorating they can begin another number
their hall for the basketball sectional
N ight Away
By Nene Ward, Class President
It was fun being able to par-
ticipate with upperclassmen in
school and sports activities. It
was a change this year since we
had more choices on the
courses we could take. This
spring we ordered class rings
and this summer took driver
education. This really made us
feel part of high school life.
Cherie Fannin g
Vernon Gibbons T
Carla Gilbert '
Freshmen class ofhcers, from left, first row, Steve Long, Vice-Presidentp Dawn Dean,
Treasurer. Second row, Kim Ryan, Secretaryg Nene Ward, President.
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Freshman Tina Hubble is hnding out how much air her lungs will hold It seems that Freshman Ronnie lVlcClain tries his
lVlr Warvel is a little curious himself All freshmen had the choice of taking Biology I hand at testing his lung capacity in lVlr
or general science. Warvel s Biology I class
111 Mcmorm of
Mark Allen Hallman
Cadet ofncer Bob Conyers asslsts regular deputies at the Wayne County Sherlff s De
partment In runnmg the radio and other daily actlvltles
9th Grade 59
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Embroidering on cloth is one of many hobbies Freshman
Tammy Ravencraft Ends to do in her spare time.
Nlaybe the school lunches just weren't giving Nlr. Warvel and
freshman Jerry lVlcDermitt the down to earth taste they
wanted. Do french fry dandelions?
Join In On
2 Fun Nights
'lThe school renovation gave
NHS students a new attitude
toward the school," stated Katy
Retz, secretary of the eighth
grade class. llOur class contrib-
uted a lot to NHS sports and
other programs that were of-
fered," commented Kim Hieger,
Glen IVliller Park was the site
of the class party that was held
during the middle of lVlay.
Tammy Adams '
Chris Albert f
Larry Allen .
Eighth grade class ofhcers, from left, Kim Niccum, treasurerg Mary Ladd, vice-presi-
dent. Back row, Kim Hieger, presidentg Katy Retz, secretary.
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7 8th Grade
Rosa McClurg 9
Eighth grader Janet Williamson participates in a game of co-ed
volleyball during the nine week block course of P.E.
Troy Nichols 'lex
The sectional hall decorations revealed many new talents as
Katy Retz paints a knight and Elaine Stoker watches intently.
8th Grade 63
Lori Young --
Eighth grader Mark Miller seems overly excited about put-
ting layout dye on his metal sheet. Maybe he should calm
Metals is a nine week block course.
Eighth grader Marvin Crull works on a metals project in April
Is 7th Grade
We chose these three seventh
graders, and asked them what
they thought about NHS. Barbi
Bowmer2tThere's a lot more
people and the school is bi-
gger." Kim lVlathews-'XI was
excited about coming to NHS
for the first time." Also Kim
said that the teachers give alot
more homework than she was
used to. Brad Terhaar-HNHS
has a well organized program
for the spring and winter
Kim Amyx .,,.,
Seventh grade class ofhcers, from left, Bobby Lahmann, vice-presidentg Lynn Stewart,
treasurer. Back row, Layshaa Ward, presidentg Tabatha Farmer, secretary.
April Apsley iv .5
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NING. principal, enjoying a game of ra-
quetball. On the other hand he just
might be practicing a more effective
way to swing the paddle
B lVlR. GORDON RICKETTS guidance
counselor, is the girls varsity basketball
coach. In his free time he plays basket-
ball. lt looks as if he is set to shoot for
C lVlR. KELLIE STEPHEN is our vice-
principal and he enjoys spending his
free time with his family. His family
members are right to left Carrie Kellie
Steve Cathy and Shannon.
D lVlRS. MARILYN BAILEY is working
on a quilt. She enjoys sewing and also
likes writing poems and short stories.
lVlrs. Bailey is our high school secretary.
E Our high school bookkeeper is MRS.
LOIS GRAY and her job keeps her very
busy but in her free time she enjoys
Crocheting. Some of her projects are
displayed on her couch.
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A MR. DICK WARVEL is displaying one
of his prize ish, a large mouth bass, He
obviously enjoys the outdoor life. Mr.
Warvel teaches science and biology,
Bflflere we see the Schneider crew
smiling pretty. MR. MIKE SCHNEIDER
teaches science and enjoys spending
time with his family. Right to left, John,
Mike, Tom, and Cavela.
CfThis cow seems to think she looks
better in a farm hat than her owner
does. MR. DAVE BURGESS teaches ag-
riculture and is sponsor of FFA, He also
raises cattle and enjoys fishing,
DKMR. ROY SHORT is checking to see if
Tim Meyer heart is still beating. Mr.
Short teaches science, physics, physi-
ology, and science research.
E MR. DALTON DALZELL is seen here
teaching Carol Sharp how to mix chem-
icals for some kind of experiment. lVlr.
Dalzell teaches agriculture, chemistry,
and 'lenjoys sleeping."
Photography, Dance, Coaching
NHS Teachers Do It All
A lVlRS. TERRY RUNNELS is showing
us one of her favorite hobbies, dancing.
Here shes dancing at Runyan Center in
Earlham College as a member ofa
B lVlR. TOlVl NORRIS is enjoying alittle
time to goof of? in the halls by taking a
picture. He teaches math and enjoys
photography in his free time.
C The 9TH grade basketball team is
surrounding their coach, NIR. LOU
BAUlVlER, in a time out. lVlr. Baumer
teaches typing and enjoys bowling on
the teacher's team,
D lVlR, ALLEN HAWKINS enjoys work
ing in his garden. He teaches general
business and accounting. It seems he
might be taking Snoopy's advice and
firing up his class.
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A!lVlR. GARY COLE is pictured here
showing us all his skill in motorcycle
riding. He is the llFonz" of Fountain
City, also known as "Cool Change," and
journalism teacher at NHS.
B!lVlR. HOWARD RUST is sitting on his
Victorian settee. He enjoys refinishing
antique furniture, and also enjoys
growing roses. lVlr. Rust teaches litera-
ture and grammar,
DXMRS. MARY ALLMAN is seen here
doing one of the things she enjoys,
playing the piano. She teaches English
and mass media and is also chairman
of the English Department.
EXIVIR. DAVID LOWER coaches wres-
tling and football. He spends his free
time golfing, and likes do-it-yourselfers.
lVlr. Lower teaches composition and
Their Daibf Lives
AfBusy preparing a French dine is
MISS JAN RUTKOWSKI. She teaches
French and literature, Miss Rutkowski
enjoys bowling and is the varsity and
j.v. cheerleading sponsor.
BXMRS. NANCY TASH is one of the
guidance counselors. She enjoys playing
tennis in her leisure time. Now she is
learning a new sport, raquetball.
CXMRS. HELEN MORGAN teaches 7TH
and 8TH grade English. She enjoys
showing her creativity in Crocheting.
Here she is finishing up an afghan,
D MRS. RUTH WILLIAMSON is learn-
ing how to play raquetball. Mrs. Wil-
liamson also plays tennis and sponsors
CFC. She teaches literature and read-
EXMRS. MARILYN MIRACLE is show-
ing off her expert serving position. In
her free time she plays and coaches
volleyball. Mrs. Miracle teaches Spanish
Teachers i' 81
A IVIISS BARBARA BADER teaches
physical education and is very active in
her free time. She scuba dives and does
B The B-team coach looks very happy
as he cuts his share of the net from
their victory at the Wayne County
Tourney. IVIR. IVIIKE RAWLINGS
teaches history and government.
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CXIVIISS RUTH CODDINGTON is coaching
Julie Moore for gymnastics. She teaches
physical education and substance abuse.
Dhlumping rope is NIR. MIKE STEW-
ART. He teaches physical education and
Indiana History. lVlr. Stewart coaches
football and is the assistant baseball
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her newly remodled living room, holding
her dog Pepper. lVlrs. Ranck is the
sponsor of the HOT Club. She also env
Joys playing tennis in her free time.
B lVlR. BERNIE FRAZE is coaching his
7TH grade basketball players to a pos-
sible victory. lVlr. Fraze enjoys skiing in
the winter, hunting in the fall and soft-
ball inthe summer.
C Daffy Duck II is posing here with
IVIRS. IVIARLA FRANKLIN, one of his
many admirers. lvlrst Franklin is one of
our home ec. teachers. She enjoys sew-
ing and working in her garden
D IVIRS. CAROLYN SPARKS and her
daughter Susan, enjoy spending their
spare time with Sanmraff and their
other horses. Nlrs. Sparks is a home ec
teacher at NHS.
A COOKS right to left, Phyllis Horner, Charlotte Roberts. Peggy Walters, Helen Hinshaw, Helen Gree
cher, Mary June Hopkins, Leah Kenvvorthy, June Austin.
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B MR. PETE FRAME teaches drafting
Mr. Frame is an organic gardener and
enjoys farming. He plans to spend alot
of time in the Colorado Mountains in
the next two years.
CXMRS. SHARI PETERSIME is seen
here with her Special Olympics Team.
Mrs. Petersime enjoys coaching them
and also likes running with her dog in
her spare time.
D!Looking in suspense is MR. TOM
ZELL, to see if his Knights are going to
score or not. Mr, Zell is the varsity bas-
ketball coach and teaches woods and
Stajj? Chaujjfeurs T0 Healer
A SCHOOL BOARD, back row, left to
right, School Attorney Mr. Tom Snow,
Business Manager Mr. Mark l-loelscher,
Mr. Don Toschlog, Superintendent Mr.
Darryl Stults. Front row, Mr. Denver
Frame, Vice President Mr. James Rus-
sell, Secretary Mr. Sam Hubbell, Presi-
dent Mrs. Phyllis Townsend.
B BUS DRIVERS, front row, left to
right, Denver Alexander, Don George,
Guy Hill, Bonnie George, Margaret Ma-
licoat, Cheryl Gardner. Second row,
Harold Hill, Bob White, Bob Tiemann,
Kevin Starr, Bill Bales, David Schneider,
James Nicholson, Aleata Anderson.
C CUSTODIANS, left to right, Mr. Gene
Favorite, Mr. Wayne Nash, Mr. Hank
Jeans, and Mr. Paul Nichols.
D Resuscitating Annie works with
MRS. ELSA CATEY as she teaches CPR
classes. Mrs. Catey is the school nurse
at Whitewater, Williamsburg, and
' David Schneider
Mr David Schneider
to everyone he met He
was always more than
willing to give his time to
others People loved him
for many reasons. Al
though he is gone our
memories of him will live
on. God bless David
December 22, 1929
March 9, 1981
was known to bring smiles
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Gray, Brian Kaufman, Darrin Williams, David Hamm Dennis Frame 3rd row Dan Heighway Steve Williams Reese Watt Dennis
H arris, Coach Warvel.
The team finished this year
with a 10-3 slate. uLosing Joe
Ladd early in the season cost us
two more victories. Larry Riley
and Doug Jay turned in ex-
cellent seasons, but will be lost
to graduation," stated Coach
Warvel. 'tDennis Harris, Reese
Watt, and Doug Gray helped
tremendously and will return
next year," Warvel said.
A Was that the Lone Runner? No, it
was Larry Riley at the Richmond Sec-
tional, Larry went on to finish 13th out
B Brian Kaufman finishes the 5,000
meters in a home meet. Brian, a junior,
was a big help to the team his year.
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The 1980 football season was S as as as
a long one for the Knights. The
team finished the year com-
piling a 1-9 record. The team
was hit by many injuries which
kept them from having a set
Tim Meyer, Doug Oler, Alan
Stamper, and Rick Ross re-
ceived awards this year for out-
standing play on the season.
The Knights are ready for next
VARSITY FOOTBALL, front row, from left, Coach Moore, James Cramer, Rod York, Lloyd Mullins, Alan Stamper, Dave Mink, Jeff
Perry, Mike Lipscomb, Rick Bicknell, Rod Cole, Ty Thorman. 2nd row, Rick Stewart, Reagan Lanter, Pat Lahmann, Doug Johnson,
Jerry Jones, Scott Berry, Tim Nocton, Rick Ross, Tom Perry, Jerry Urich, Mike Benge, David Campbell, Bobby Dillman, Coach Lower,
Bob Harney, Greg Moore, Bob Stigleman, Mike Powell, Tim Meyer, Rusty Urich, Eric Myers, Tom Murray, Doug Oler, Mark Robbins,
Jay Vallandingham, Troy Bledsoe, Brian Herrmann, Tom Hill, Mike Herron, Darren Lacey, Coach Stewart
l A!Alan Stamper seems to be disap-
pointed, even though he completed the
pass, it was not enough for a hrst
BfSenior running back Rod York looks
up field for a hole to run through or
looks for a key block from teammates.
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EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL, front row, from left, Kevin Nocton, Dave McQueen, Tim Abrams, Matt Loftis, David Mullins, Row 2, Mike
Holt, Joe Tutterow, Todd McQuiston, Mike Fleming, Mike Roth, Tony Watson, Row 3, Bob Palmeri, Howard Turner, Jim Powell, Mike
Toschlog, Robert Rhoads, Row 4, Coach Fraze, Jack Gabbard, Bobby Peach, David Spencer, Robbie Lanter, Coach Emery
Junior High Football Ends Season At 3-I
UI feel that junior high football
is a giant step towards a success-
ful varsity program," stated Coach
The team ended their season
with a fine 3-1 record. They de-
feated Hagerstown, Union City,
and Cambridge City, their only
loss came from Winchester. Out-
standing players included these
backs, Jim Powell, Todd McQuis-
ton, Bob Palmeri, Mike Fleming
and Kevin Nocton. Many of these
players ended up playing on both
the offense and defense. They
gained a lot of valuable experi-
ence which will help in later
A!Knight place kicker Bob Palmeri boots
the ball down field to awaiting returners.
Bob played offense and defense.
BlKnight defenders swarm the ball carrier
like bees on honey. Joe Tutterow, 50, is
the first Knight to arrive at the scene.
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This years reserve team fin-
ished out their season with a 2
and 9 record. llWe got big help
from an experienced Brian
Smith and also some much
needed help from sophomore
Larry Lipscomb and from Steve
Ellison," stated Coach Wright.
New Tennis Courts
With new tennis courts com-
ing to Northeastern next year,
the team should get a lot of
help from practicing on real
surface instead of the gym
Hoor. Coach Wright looks for-
ward to success next year.
Af Brian Smith shows good form on a
return in a conference match with rival
RESERVE TENNIS, front row, from left, Brian Smith, Steve Ellison, Larry Lipscomb, 2nd row, Coach Wright, John Longnecker, Mike
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The junior varsity
volleyballers iinished their sea-
son at 5-5. The team really
started to put things together
and play well towards the end
of the season. All ofthe players
had greatly improved during the
course of the season. As Lisa
Creviston and Tara Biga were
promoted to the varsity squad,
Kim Ryan and Trish Crowe filled
their spots effectively and
played well. IVlary Toschlog did
a great job as the number one
sub. Next year should be a
A With knees bent, rigid arms, and a
lot of concentration, Johna Crull, a ju-
nior varsity player sends the ball over
B Sherri Tudor a junior varsity
volleyballer returns a serve deep over
the net in a key match against Win-
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Teresa lVlcClatchie and Dana Barker. Trish Crowe, Lisa Soeneh, Karen Hamm, Johna Crull, Susan Toschlog, lVlrs. Nliracle, Coachp
Linda Hieger, manager.
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A Dan Heighway gets out-jumped by a
taller Winchester opponent in one of
the last home games of the year. The
Knights lost a rough one by a score of
B Darryl Stigleman Dawkins glides on
ln, in an attempt to put through an Hin
your face disgrace."
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VARSITY BASKETBALL front row from left Greg Finley Larry Riley Tom Ladd Tom Pearson, back row, from left, Coach Zell, Greg
Moore Bob Stigleman Tim Meyer Steve Williams Bob Harney Kevin Nicholson and Coach Rawlings,
Junior Varsity Tearn Wins Coungf Tourney
A Kevin Nicholson shows his great
jumping ability as he controls the tip-
Coach Rawlings put his supe- also won the county tourney. off in a conference game with Lincoln
rior talents together to combine Kevin Nicholson, Kyle Watt and BQ msd 'Wig Yagi ea""ed he Ume ,
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for another winning season, Dan' Heighway moved up to the Wayne County Tourney gt NZM-
posting a 15-5 record. B-Team varsity. eastern.
B-TEAM BASKETBALL, front row, from left, Todd Barker, Reese Watt, lVlark Hartman, Kyle Watt, second row, IVlax Adams, Karl
Laswell, Dan Heighway, Dave Bartram, Matt Brobeck, third row, Coach Rawlings, Kenny Nimitz, Allan Wetzel, Bob Harney, Kevin
Nicholson, Chris Bartram.
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The ninth grade team had
somewhat of a rough year, finish-
ing up their season with a 3-14
record. Their team had a shot at
the Union tourney, after defeating
their first opponent, but lost to a
tough Monroe Central team later
on. Steve Bussberg and David
Eggers lead scoring and rebound-
A!Steve Bussberg, trapped in the back-
court, looks for someone to receive his
pass before he gets called for a violation.
B!Center Rod llKareem" Cole skies high
on the tip to start the game the right way
for the fighting Knights.
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NINTH GRADE BASKETBALL, front row, from left, David Coyle, John Russell, Steve Bussberg, Doug Gray, second row, Coach Bau-
mer, Rod Cole, David Campbell, Ty Thorman, David Eggers, Steve Williams
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EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL, front row from left, Danny Nocton, manager, second row, Mike Fleming, Joe Tutterow, Kevin Noc
ton, third row, Randy Campbell, Todd McQuiston, Mike Toschlog, David Spencer, Jim Powell, Robert Rhoads, ,lon McClain, Coach
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Eighth Grade Boys Team
Comes Up Short On Heighth
The eighth grade squad com- baiier, displays his dribbling skills at a
pleted their Season with a 7-10 home game against rival Centerville,
B Todd McQuiston fires an in-bounds
pass to an unknown teammate, or
maybe he is just swatting at Hies in the
combined for the best guard Wm- , ,
C Rod Spencer skies high to add an-
other two points to the Knights winning
record. Rawlings said, HJon
McClain and Mike Fleming
combination in our area."
Afdon McClain, eighth grade round- cause. Rod led the team in rebounding
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ont row, from left, Mike Ramey, manager, Second row, Bobby Lahmann, Chad Langley, Dennis
iird row, Coach Fraze, Larry Sandifar, Dan Conyers, Skylar Epperson, Jack Ward, Brian Davis,
Adds New Touch T 0 Game
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First year coach lVlr. Fraze
brought the seventh grade te
a winning season with a 9-4
record. Brad Hester led all
scorers with an 11.9 average
Fraze received some super h
from the bench in the form
Epperson, IVloore, and Ward.
A "Marques" lvlalloris, alias Timmy
takes off up an open floor to put tvi
points on the Knights side of the sco
B'Brad Hester viciously pulls down
offensive rebound and goes back up
with the ball for an additional two.
SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL, fr
Amyx, Brian Nloore, Tim lVlalloris, tt
Bobby Hall, David Spencer.
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL, front row, from left, managers, Tara Biga, Kelley Hurd, Jordana Cheing, second row, Julie Jackson,
Mindy Fulks, Susan Browne, Lisa Creviston, Vicky Branson, Karen Catey, Londa Murphy, Micci Townsend, Coach Ricketts
The varsity ended the year with Rebounding: Vicky Branson-296.
V - J a fine 10-9 record. Coach Ric- Assists, lVlicci Townsend-73.
S ketts stated, llWith hard work, we
should be a big threat next year.
I We need to Cut down on errors A!lVlicci Townsend dribbles across the ten
and become more free lance." second line with the ref watching closely.
. Outstanding performers included lVlicci was one ofthe regular starters.
S h I B!Susan Browne powers the ball up over
t ese team 'eaders' Free throw three Union City defenders on a fast
percentageg Julie Jackson-69f!Q. break. Susan was also a starter.
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The J.V. squad finished up
their season with a 8-6 slate.
Coach Wright stated, uit was a
team effort, all players have con-
tributed to the teams success with
hard work and dedication to the
game." Team leaders included:
Scoring, Tricia Crowe-76 points.
Reboundingg Karen Hamm- 1 1 1.
Assists, Kim Ryan-23. Free
throw percent, Laurie Sheets-
AlLynette Powell throws a cross-court
pass to teammate Tricia Crowe. Kim Ryan
works the center position waiting alertly.
B!Kim tlLefty" Ryan leads a fast break
after a steal. Kim was a real asset to the
team. Lynette Powell trails.
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GIRLS RESERVE BASKETBALL, front row, from left, manager, Tara Biga, second row, Lynette Powell, Laurie Sheets, Carla Haisley,
Tammy Smith, third row, Joy Brown, Tricia Crowe, Amy Ingle, Lisa Hoover, fourth row, manager Kelley Hurd, Kim Ryan, Karen
Hamm, Barbara Coddington, Coach Wright, Jordana Cheing, manager
Girls B-Team Basketball 115
Wczhnedelghth grade. squad
p with a winning 6-5
Breaks .500 Eeocfify feifmiiaifitnllaiiliiiin
was leading scorer with a 17.5
- per game average. Krista Lewis
II A 615 was second in scoring with a 4.5
per game average.
The seventh grade girls team
had a rough time getting things
together, posting a 2-9 record.
All of the seventh graders will
return for their repeat perfor-
mance on next years eighth
grade squad. Layshaa Ward led
EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL, front row, from left, Traci Biga, Jody Farmer, Deidre Bane, Kari Stroebel, Teresa lVlercer, Rachel
Sheeley, 2nd row, Coach Bussell, Jolene Creech, Jane Lahmann, Kim Hieger, Krista Lewis, Kathy Laswell, Brenda lVlartin.
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SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL, front row, from left, Traci Biga, Rachel Sheeley, 2nd row, April Apsley, Traci Fisher, Betsy Wil-
liams, Kathy Wiwi, Angie Buroker, 3rd row, Coach Bussell, Jana Haisley, Julie Street, Linda Taylor, Jill Wilson, Layshaa Ward, Car-
olyn Rogers, Kim Newton.
116fGirIs Junior High Basketball
The varsity grapplers ended
their season with a winning
record. They posted an 8-2 in
dual meets, 4th at Jay Co., 10th
at Connersville, 2nd in the con-
ference, and a time 4th place at
Sectional, York, Coates, Brooks,
and Jones were conference
champs, while Nocton and York
were sectional champions.
AfSenior Rod York, 145 pounds of pure
muscle, works vigorously towards an-
other pin. Rod won conference and sec-
B John Brooks appears to be rather fa'
tigued after becoming crowned confer-
ence champ. The ref had a hard work-
VARSITY WRESTLING, front row, from left, John Brooks, Rick Coates, Kevin Keith, Dan Ryan, Larry Lipscomb, 2nd row, Jerry
Jones, Troy Bledsoe, Dudley Hamm, Doug Oler, lVlike Lipscomb, 3rd row, Coach Emery, Tim Nocton, Rod York, Jerry Urich, Coach
RESERVE WRESTLING, front rovv, from left, Tom Perry, Jeff Perry, David Benge, Steve Long, 2nd row, Coach Emery, Kevin Heeter,
Mark Robbins, Pat Lahmann, Coach Lower.
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KNIGHTS PRIDE, front row, from left, Ronda Ozbun, Carol Sharp, Laurie Sheets, Julie Collett, Amy Robinson, 2nd row, Becky lVleyer,
Brenda Fuchs, Brenda Herrmann, Monica Shelton, Jennifer Harris, Kelley Hurd.
l18fB-Team and Knights Pride
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