Thomas Carr Howe Community High School - Hilltopper Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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1986 HILLTOPPER Tie Hon xs 1986 ftitltopper Thomas Carr Howe High School 4900 Julian Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana Theme 2 Student Life 4 Sports 46 Album. 98 Closing 151 Index..,,..,.. 154 Credits.. 154 Tlew Jiovizons 5ji he New Horizon of 1 986 was the challenge of hard work students and faculty members had to face at Howe this year. Everyone had to adapt to changes caused by teacher surplusing and reduction in force as many students ' favorite teachers were no longer around. Despite these problems, Howe still proved to be one of the nation ' s top urban schools and was well represented by its athletes on the playing field and by students rushing to math contests or SAT ' s on Saturday morning. 2 Theme Senior computet whiz Jim Cooper is one of many students who take advantage of Howe ' s computer facilities. Thmm« 3 Student Ctfe lift! n spite of the P rol3lems facing Howe in many areas, 1 986 marked a revival of school spirit and successful activities. The traditional spring musical, senior play and Pops Concert were only a few of the many activities at Howe in 1 986. Activities such as the slave sale added laughter to a school day and the lip sync made Howe stand up and cheer. 4 Swdent Life Members of the marching band enjoy the football game and each other ' s company before their haff-tirhe performance. Student Life 5 Above: Senior flag bearer Chris Kohout waits for her cue. Top right: Summer school students are momentarily dis- tracted from their assignments. Center right: Students gather along the fence as they wait for homecoming festivities to begin. Lower right: Drafting students try to finish an assign- ment before the period ends. 6 Student Life 1 Left: Classwork fills much of the two-hour summer peri- od. Center left: Students top for conversation, refreshments, and yearbook-signing after school. Left: Most students are in a hurry to leave at the end of a school day. Student Life 7 Right: Senior Russell Oberholtzer entertains on the bag- friends, pipes at halftime. Bottom left: Monica Vasile, Traci Collins, and Carolyn Below: Students wait for the student council installation Jacobs chat at a football game, to begin. Lower right: The Hornet mascot leads cheers at the Below, center: Lunch is a time for relaxing and talking to homecoming game. 8 Student Life Left: Principal Frank Tout crowns senior class president Tony Armstrong homecoming king at the after-game dance. Below: African prince Julius Adeniyi introduces new foods to home economics students. Above: Kevin Massingille, Ryan Fulton, and Angie Koser watch the action from the fence before a football game. Left: Cary Johnson makes a point in conversation with friends at lunchtime. Student Life 9 Musicians have good year Activity in Howe ' s traditionally strong music department continued at full strength in spite of I.P.S. staff and budget cutbacks. Perform- ing groups put on all the traditional public shows and did very well in competition against groups from other schools. On the instrumental scene, the year ' s big- gest news was the return of band orchestra director David Poncar, who had initially been given his release as part of the system-wide reduction in force. Poncar ' s return gave the instrumental groups some much-needed con- tinuity as they have had a number of different directors within a short time span. Although both band and orchestra were small in size, the marching band continued to draw members in spite of restrictions caused by bussing and lack of private musical training on the part of most of its members. Few city students own their own instruments, and most of them depend upon the school music instructor for all of their training. The orchestra lagged behind in recruiting as fewer students each year have previous train- ing on orchestra instruments. The marching band continued to receive special attention, including the support of an active band parents group. This year the band traveled to Charleston, Indiana, for the South- ern Indiana Festival and also went to the Jen- nings County Invitational, where it placed third in band competition. Highlights of the year included marching in the 500 Festival Parade and receiving new uniforms in school colors to replace the unpopular blue and white uniforms. Because of numbers the orchestra restricted its performances to the traditional ones. High- lights included the Pops Concert and the spring musical. The vocal groups, directed by Tom Lewis and Bob Bramblett, had successful years in spite of their youth and inexperience. Both the concert choir and the Varsity Singers did well in competition. The concert choir produced a state-finalist effort for the Indiana School State Music Association, and the Varsity Singers made an outstanding effort at the Show Choir Contest. Several Howe vocalists also had an opportunity to sing in the All-City Concert Choir with the Indianapolis Symphony Orches- tra at the Circle Theater on February 28. Because of scheduling problems, the Madri- gal Singers restricted their dinner perfor- mances to two nights on the Howe stage. Seniors Steve Rubick and Regina Garza were cast as Lord and Lady of the Manor. The music department continues to do a superior job of showcasing student talents in spite of the many problems facing the schools. Upper right: Jon Martin, one of the music department ' s Concert, most active members, performs with the Madrigals. Right: Bagpiper Russell Oberholtzer presents a striking Above: Pedro Scott and Guy Booher sing out in the Pops image as he performs in kilts at a Madrigal feast. 10 Mus ic Top: Seniors Regina Garza and Steve Rubick take the roles of Lady and Lord of the Manor at a Madrigal feast. Above: Drum major Becky LeMaire readies the band for a performance. Left: Lori Marshall, Gma Quintero. and Jeff Babbs practice during a class period. Music 1 1 Upper left: Concert choir members entertain an appreciative audience at the annual Pops Concert. Upper right: Marching band members move in step during a halftime performance. Above: Phil Eichacker reads the rules of the Madrigal feast to the audience. Right: Instrumental director David Poncar conducts the orchestra in performance. 12 Music Above: Vocalist Kelly Roberts looks on during an instrumental number at the Pops Concert. Left: Flag bearer Ginny Buchanan stands at attention as she awaits her cue. Musical 1 3 MARCHING BAND. Front row: Daymond Boiler, Scott Schoen, Jenean Bates, Andrea Fishburn, Rob Lewis, Ed Coleman, Tim Clayton, Odie Alexander. Second row: Tra- cy Denton, Dana Huggler, Heather Harter, Jane Harris, Lori Heizer, Amy Gough, Leandra Brattain. Third row: Becky LeMaire, D.J. Givan, Angie Bailey, Paula Rogers, Carrie Huggler, Alita Smith, Michelle Wilson, David Adams, Mary Toner, Yvette Givan. Fourth row: Evan Sutton, Barry Evans, Brian Hunter, Aaron Burks, Regina Quintero, Lori Marshall, Rob Harris, Jerome Davis, John Stuck. Fifth row: Steve Pickett, Chris Martin, David Grider, Jimmy Kidd, Tony Brown, Rick Smith. FLAGS. Sixth row: Diana Walters, Rhonda Storm, Kim Lungwitz, Ginny Buchanan, Melissa Carmer. Seventh row: Chris Kohout, Chris Ends- ley. JAZZ BAND. Front row: Leandra Brattain, Yvette Givan, Jeannine Maples, Gina Quintero. Second row: Ralph Pet- tus, Lori Marshall, Aaron Burks, Rob Harris, Bryan Clark, Tony Brown, James Kidd. SYMPHONIC BAND. Front row: Jeannine Maples, Heather Harter, Dora Givan, Angie Bailey, Yvette Givan. Second row: Mike Bratcher, Aaron Burks, Jon Thomp- son, Gina Quintero, Lori Marshall, Amanda St. Lawrence, Angie Smith, Amy Hornback, Paula Rogers, Leandra Brat- tain, David Adams. Third row: Tim Clayton, Rob Lewis, Andrea Fishburn, Odie Alexander, Ricky Smith, Scott Schoen, Tony Brown, James Kidd, Evan Sutton, Barry Evans, Mike Billingsly, Traci Cooper, Jerome Davis, Rob Harris, David Poncar. 7 4 Music ORCHESTRA. Front row: Lisa Lacey, Roberta Baker, Jennifer Cross, Nicole Reedus, Tammy loehler, Melissa Holland. Second row: Ronda Meulen, Diana Hauk, Kim Seabolt, Martha McLemore, Linda Moore, Heather Harter. Third row: Brian Boyd, Yvette Givan, Carrie Byrd, Phillip McCreary, Stephanie Oleksy, Carol McKain, Doretta Thomas, David Poncar. MADRIGALS. Front row: Lara Thackray, Kim Self, Kina Thackray, Melinda Baker, Sarah Nalley, Kim Lungwitz, Teresa Berry. Second row: Heathe Harter, Monica Mertz, Jerome Davis, Elyce Meyer, Jill Frederickson, David Ad- ams, Kathy Miley. Third row: Robert Bramblett, Lynn Morgan, Jon Mertz, Phil Eichacker, Angie Sommers, Brian Boyd, Carolyn Jacobs, Bill Yates, Evelyn Winslow, Regina Garza, Steve Rubick, Pedra Scott, Mamie Thomas, Jon Martin, Guy Booher, Ron Yeary, Jill Stewart, members of the Gordon Pipers (senior Russell Oberholtzer second from right). CHORALAIRES. Front row: Kim Lungwitz, Lisa Gray, Rhonda Cosby, Elyce Meyer, Amy Miller, Jennifer Fines, Sherry Edwards, Theresa Gray. Second row: Denise Crit- tenden, Vickie Deal, Debra Cole, Zora Jenkins, Brenda Sparks, Kathy Scott, Melinda Baker, Teresa Berry, Regina Quintero. Third row: Janet Hammontree, Sarah Nalley, Karry Bosley, Michelle Humphries, Shuron Scott, Ginny Buchanan, Julie Jackson, Vickie Vorhis, Kelly Floyd, Re- nee Allen, Robert Bramblett. Music 1 5 VARSITY SINGERS. Front row: Elyce Meyer, Jon Mar- tin, Mamie Thomas. Second row: Kathy Miley, Steve Rubick, Regina Garza, Ron Yeary. Third row: Carolyn Jacobs, Scott Schoen, Kim Lungwitz, Pedro Scott, Lizzia Naue, Guy Booher. Fourth row: Dawn Wratten, James Dearth, Kelly Roberts, Brian Boyd, Amy Mumaw, Mark Strykowski. CONCERT CHOIR. Front row: Jamaine Walker, Kay Stinson, Dawn Wratten, Mamie Thomas, Elyce Meyer, Kristy Dunlap, Lizzia Naue, Jeannine Maples, Kim Self, Jill Stewart, Jill Johnson, David Vargas, James Dearth. Sec- ond row: Guy Booher, Dennis Trinkle, Kina Thackray, Christine Wright, Jill Frederickson, Christine Brunet, Ya- landa Harley, Patty Heizer, Evelyn Winslow, Regina Garza, Chris Endsley, Chris Kohout, Kathy Miley, Amy Gable, Angie Bailey, Jessica Heady, Angela Sommers, Ron Yeary. Third row: Brian Boyd, Eugene Toles, Jerome Davis, Mark Strykowski, Steve Rubick, Alan Lough, Danny Stewart, Tom Burgess, Bruce Pickens, Eric Cook, Steve Johnson, Phillip Eichacker, Pedro Scott, David Adams, Jon Martin. BASSES BARITONES. Front row: Dennis Trinkle, Bri- an Boyd, Jamaine Walker, Guy Booher, David Vargas, Bruce Pickens, Danny Stewart. Second row: Pedro Scott, Eugene Toles, Mark Strykowski, Steve Rubick, Alan Lough, Jerome Davis, Eric Cook, Tom Burgess. W Music Tenors. Steve Johnson, Jon Martin. David Adams, Phillip Eichacker, Ron Yeary, James Dearth. Sopranos. Front row: Kristy Dunlap, Lizzia Naue, Jean- nine Maples, Kim Self, Jill Stewart, Jill Johnson. Second row: Amy Gable, Kathy Miley, Chris Kohout, Regma Garza, Evelyn Winslow, Angie Bailey, Jessica Heady, An- gela Sommers. ALTOS. Front row: Kay Stinson, Kina Thackray, Dawn Wratten, Mamie Thomas, Elyce Meyer. Second row: Christine Brunet, Christine Wright, Yalanda Harley, Patty Heizer, Chris Endsley, Jill Frederickson. Music 1 7 Young actors enter outer space For many years the highlight of the music department ' s year has been the annual spring musical. Three years ago, department chair- man Tom Lewis convinced school officials that his young performers could benefit from a summer performance which would provide dramatic training at a more relaxed pace than during the school year. Although not a financial success, the performances have generally been good and the young singers have profited from their experiences. The 1 985 summer production was an outer space melodrama entitled Pardon Me, Is This Planet Taken Loosely based on Star Trek, the story had everything from romance and adventure to broad comedy. Particularly effec- tive were the roles of Regina Garza as a female version of Mr. Spock and Jon Martin as a lovesick robot in very human form. Also play- ing key roles were Guy Booher, Jill Frederick- son, Bill Yates, Dennis Trinkle, Kathy Miley, and Amy Gable. Although lack of air conditioning kept audi- ences small, the play was well received by those in attendance. Upper right: Angie Sommers is the hit of the show as the " High Linjafoon. " Above: Kathy Miley dances in the role of an outer-space nymph trying to win the heart of Jon Martin. Flight: Mark Reed, Pedro Scott, and Michael Cooper relax as other cast members rehearse onstage. 1 8 Summer Musical Left: Jill Frederickson and Regina Garza look at their lines as Tom Lewis gives instructions. Above: Brian Boyd shows off his costume during inter- mission. Left: Space pirate Dennis Trinkle takes Regina Garza cap- tive. Summer Musical 19 ' Guys and Dolls ' hit on Howe stage Damon Runyan ' s Broadway characters came to life on the Howe stage on March 21 and 22 as the music department presented Guys and Dolls, another in a long line of suc- cessful spring musicals. Small but enthusiastic audiences sat enthralled both evenings as di- rector Tom Lewis ' s inexperienced cast showed the results of weeks of intensive re- hearsals. There were flashes of brilliance as Nathan Detroit Guy Booher, Miss Adelaide Regina Garza, Sky Masterson Steve Rubick, and Miss Sarah Brown Evelyn Winslow took shape on stage. Successful performances were even more rewarding because numerous problems had plagued the cast through the weeks of plan- ning and rehearsal. First, as always, was the limited talent pool available for amateur actors. A school of 1,600 doesn ' t have as many tal- ented people as it did when it contained a thousand more students. Besides the lack of stage experience as this year ' s choir was youn- ger than usual. In addition, there was the con- tinuing problem of poor attendance at rehears- al. Cast members simply don ' t seem as dedi- cated as they were before the days of widespread student jobs. Besides jobs, many cast members were also deeply involved in other school activities and had to split their time between activities. Nearly everyone in the cast seemed ideally suited to his role as director Lewis did his usual masterful job of casting young talents. Despite attendance problems everyone seemed made for his role by performance night. Few will forget the off-and-on romance of Guy Booher and Regina Garza as Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide, who have been engaged for fourteen years. Nor could they forget the performances of Steve Rubick as the seemingly self-assured gambler Sky Masterson and Evelyn Winslow as the inhibited Salvation Army worker Miss Sarah Brown. As always, the cast seemed to overcome its problems on production nights. Both cast and audience were given unforgettable exper- iences. Upper right: Patti Heizer dances to the tune " A Bushel and a Peck. " Above: Steve Rubick and Evelyn Winslow rehearse one of the tender love scenes from Guys and Dolls. Right: Mark Reed and Phil Eichacker hold Guy Booher aloft in rehearsal for a dance number. 20 Spring Musical Top: Principals Evelyn Winslow, Steve Rubick, Guy Booher, and Regina Garza rehearse a number with the chorus. Above: Mamie Thomas and Jill Fredenckson rehearse a number as " Hot Box " dancers. Left: Members of the chorus rehearse for a dance number. Spring Musical 21 President evaluates Council year When asked what I like and dislike about Student Council, I realized that I never really thought about it that much before. It ' s not an easy question to answer. I guess the reason I enjoy being in Council is because it gives me the opportunity to do what I like best — showing people I care and making others hap- py. Working on projects and seeing the actual success of all of your planning and hard work is an incredible feeling — truly a unique exper- ience. For me, Student Council is my existence here at Howe. Even during the times when I get burned out and am ready to give up, there ' s that feeling inside that won ' t let me, the feeling that for better or worse, Student Council is a really important part of my life, a part of me. What do I dislike about Student Council? My dissatisfaction with Council stems from the isolation I feel. Sometimes I think I ' m the only one who cares. It ' s really hard to want to do new things when you think that you ' re the only one who is willing to put forth the effort to see it through. The same people do everything. It ' s kind of upsetting to stare at an entire group of people who supposedly want to represent the student body and realize that very few of them want to take the initiative and accept responsi- bility. After all, if we ' re elected to serve your school, and we don ' t, who will? ANGIE SHEETS, PRESIDENT Upper left: The 1 986 motto is on display at the Leader- sey. " ship Odyssey. Above, right: Jennifer Endsley, Lynda Ward, and Amy Upper right: President Angie Sheets addresses the stu- Kiefner walk with eyes closed during a workshop, dent body. Right: Angie Sheets takes part in an " Odyssey " work- Above, left: Mrs. Pat Aman leads a session of the ' Odys- shop. 22 Student Council Left: Susie Warren and Kim Pritt perform an experiment in trust. Center, left: Sergeant Philip Greenwood dresses up as Patches the clown to entertain nursing home residents. Above: Principal Frank Tout and Angie Sheets exchange conversation at the homecoming dance. Left: STUDENT COUNCIL. Front row: Kelly Schweit- zer, Dena Riggs. Debra Fisher, Stephanie Oleksy. Tina Barger, Kim Maher, Angie Sheets. Second row: Susie Warren, Carlisa Turner, Jennifer Collins. Dawn Babbs. Kristie Dellmger, Jenny Wilson. Third row: Angela Bailey. Melissa Babbs, Robert S. Smith. Damon Clark. Dennis Trinkle, Adriana Vasile. Student Council 23 Yearbook woes continue The 1986 Hilltopper staff started out to make a unique yearbook that would surpass the quality of previous yearbooks. Unfortu- nately, they were unsuccessful. Problems causing delay in delivery of the yearbook in- cluded laziness in writing copy, failure to show up for work sessions, and irresponsibility of various kinds. All of these factors led to missed deadlines and the lateness of the book. Upper left: John Robinson works on sports copy Upper right: Jon Mertz crops a photograph for a music Right: Heather Byer and Lorrie Kennedy work together on s P r ead. layouts. 24 Hilltopper i L L 4 - v 1 rJ t ]jf J Akr ».i.Ji ■■ ! 1 hJr i a M .eft: Joe Fultz answers the phone during yearbook class. Below: Jon Mertz takes a picture at a reserve football game. Left center: Connie McCallister looks up from her assign- ment. Lower left: Vickie Deal finds lack of typing class a hin- drance in yearbook work. Hilltopper 25 Tower conquers probl ems The 1985-1986 Tower Staff inherited a long tradition of prize-winning papers which dared to break journalistic tradition by covering issues generally untouched by the high school press. Although controversial topics have of- ten raised objections, papers have rarely been dull. The tradition continued unbroken until staff turnover at mid-year interrupted produc- tion for a short time. After regrouping under new leadership, the paper took up where the staff had left off. Year-end issues managed to reach the pre- vious level of quality in spite of obstacles. To- pics such as school closings, teacher morale, and " no-pass, no-play " athletic eligibility aroused discussion throughout the school. Leadership was provided much of the year by an editorial board. Members were ad man- ager Matt Silvers, art editor Jason Zaphirous, copy editor Kina Thackray, entertainment edi- tor Brian Van Buskirk, feature editor Angie Sommers, news editor Lara Thackray, opinion editor Kevin Lackey, photo editor Emily Wins- low, and sports editor Rob Long. Davis Massy has been Tower advisor since 1978. = y Upper right: Steve Sommerville watches the action be- fore photographing a football game. Above: Jason Zaphirous examines his cover art for an issue of the Tower. Right: Senior Brian Van Buskirk photographs a reserve football game. 26 Tower V Top: Jennifer Wilson smiles as Kevin Lackey works at the lightboard. Center, far left: Angie Sommers works on pasteup. Above, center: Matt Silvers puts finishing touches on an issue. Above: Brian Van Buskirk takes a different angle for a shot. Tower 2 7 ROTC is . . . ... to me, a very fun class. Some people say that ail you do in ROTC is tests and push-ups but that isn ' t true. It ' s an easy class and an easy credit but I ' m not doing it just for the credit. I ' m doing it because I enjoy it and I like the military knowledge I ' m getting. I think ROTC is a fun and also educational class. I would recommend it to anyone that is interest- ed. Like they say on TV, " It ' s a great place to start. " Jeff Houpt ... a very good program. It ' s very good disci- pline for a person. It also teaches you a lot about the future. It helps if you decide to go into the military. I would recommend it. Mike Nicoson ... a very cool class to be in. You can learn some meaningful things in this class. You don ' t have to be anyone but yourself. You are never bored in this class. I like this a lot. Rick- ey Parker . . . fun and fresh. James McReynolds ... a training class of leadership. LaToya Ealy ... a class which teaches students how to better their leadership abilities and helps them become more responsible for the things which are left in their hands. ROTC also is a class which teaches students to work as a team and not just as an individual. Vionnta Rivers ... a great thing to be in. It teaches you re- sponsibility and leadership. It gives you an edge for the military. It develops skill and co- ordination. You enter to learn and go forth to lead. I ' m proud to be an ROTC cadet. Ron Tingler ... a nice class because it is not a hard class, and the teachers are nice, and the tests are not hard, and you take tests only on Thursday, and you only have to wear your uniform on Thurs- day, and the inspections are not really that hard. Tyrone Carr ... a fun class to be in. You learn leadership and responsibility, and you learn how to ac- complish many things any other kid couldn ' t do. You have different sports in ROTC. ROTC has sports most kids can ' t be in because of not being in ROTC. Billy Jenson ... a class that instills a sense of responsibility into the cadets. The class also creates leader- ship in some people and brings out leadership traits in those who already have it. The class helps people to go into society and apply their leadership in their job, etc. The class also lets a person know that other people count — not just that person. David Gard . . . more than learning about the army. It teaches you about leadership and respecting others. Debra Fisher . . . challenging, edu cational, and fun. It is ... a very fun and interesting class. It helps beneficial to you whether you go to the military people out a lot and will prepare them for their or not. James Combs future. It disciplines, educates, and enlightens its students. Ron Grayson ... a place you can go and you ' ll always be welcome. ROTC people are people you can count on. ROTC teachers are the best. ROTC is a subject where you can grow as a person and as a cadet. Kelli Williams ... a fun class. People say that ROTC is a hard class and is dull, but it ' s really not. It ' s just like any other class. People make fun of the uni- forms, but it doesn ' t bother me. What would our society be like without people in the corps and the service. You can have fun in the class, but you have to make the best of it. Mike Bates ... a class that teaches students how to be a better citizen and how to build a strong nation. Joe Fultz . . . interesting and helpful in different kinds of ways, physical and mental. Paul Horton . . . fun and a great experience. Shuanita Rowland ... a great way to learn military knowledge. You learn respect and how to get along with other people. ROTC builds pride and self-es- teem. Anne Rhodus ... a class that helps cadets to meet all of their standards. Nancy Johnson ... a nice class to have if you need discipline . . . the instructors are very nice. Chelsea Hudson 28 ROTC Above: ROTC members Kelli Williams, Tim Childress, and Shelley Edgar smile for the camera at a varsity football game. Far left: T he ROTC color guard presents the colors at a varsity basketball game. Left: Sgt. Corbin Davis instructs a class. ROTC 29 STAFF. Front row: Marion Thomas, Bruce Wright, Wen- dell Johnson, Tim Childress, David Gard, Aaron Julian, Linda Williams. Second row: Barbara Edgar, Joyce Miller, Billy Jenson, Kathy Ayers, Treq Miller, Lynn Jones, Kelli Williams, Mike Nicoson. Third row: Joe Whitney, Debra Fisher, Roy Pennington, Mike Williams. COLOR GUARD. Front row: Tim Childress, Aaron Ju- lian. Second row: Ron Tingler, Kathy Ayers, Marion Thomas, Kelli Williams, Bruce Wright, Treq Miller, Wen- dell Johnson, Mike Nicoson. ADVENTURE TEAM. Front row: Tim Childress, David Gard. Second row: Joe Whitney, Jeff Houpt, Gary Can- ter, Aaron Julian. Third row: Wendell Johnson. 30 ROTC •tt = ■ ' ■ ' •iff . t . ... ■ " . • iam$ y y p t Wbl fc " Ai •3T " " Mm • ' •If RIFLE TEAM. Front row: Vionnta Rivers, Mike Nicoson. Second row: Ron Tingler, Barbara Edgar, Billy Jenson, Tim Childress. Third row: Marion Thomas, Aaron Julian, Alisha Turner, Kathy Ayers, Bruce Wright. Fourth row: William Golden, David Gard, Joe Whitney. MALE DRILL TEAM. Front row: Tim Childress, Roy Pennington, Treq Miller, Norman Broaden, Aaron Julian. Second row: Larry Johnson, Joe Whitney, Derrick John- son, Wendell Johnson, Tyrone Carr, David Gard (com- mander). FEMALE DRILL TEAM. Front row: Joyce Miller, Debra Fisher, Sabrina Wortham, Lanone Branham, Lynn Jones, Marion Thomas. Second row: Janet Daniels, Jennee Fisher, Latoya Ealy, Leslie Johnson, Venus Tarver, Linda Williams (commander). ROTC 31 Clubs survive loss of sponsors Reduction in staff and transfer of teachers to other schools probably hit club activities more than any other part of the school pro- gram this year. Gone in particular were Booster Club sponsor Jackie Greenwood, Art Club sponsor James Komann and Computer Club sponsor Jeff Cain, who had maintained active clubs. Naturalists Club sponsor James Yarber also spent the first semester on leave and was not present to keep his group going in the same form. Some clubs survived loss of sponsors; oth- ers did not. The Computer Club remained ac- tive with math teacher Larry Brown as spon- Top left: Junior Taron Tyson contemplates his next move. Top right: This American Indian is one of many who came to Howe for athletic director Rick Hewitt ' s Indian dance. Above: Juniors Steve Wineberg and Lincoln Carr chat during a friendly game of chess. Right: Indian enthusiasts in full native dress fill the gym for the Northern Indian Dance. 32 Clubs The quiz team ' s competition lineup of Steve Rubick, Rob- ert Vane, Kind Thackray, and Brian Van Buskirk answer questions against Brebeuf. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Front row: Angie Sheets, Kim Self, Kristy Dunlap, Steve Rubick, Elva Kea- ton, Jill Stewart, Kim Schweitzer, Arietta Sims. Second row: Angie Sommers, John Knorr, Tony Armstrong, Brian Van Buskirk, Karen McReynolds, Emily Winslow, Eliza- beth Sechrist, Mrs. Evelyn Keaton. QUIZ TEAM. Front: Steve Rubick, Robert Vane, Kina Thackray, Brian Van Buskirk. Back: John Knorr, sponsor Ron Finkbiner, Lara Thackray, sponsor Errol Spears. Clubs 33 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, FALL INITIATES. Front row: Shannon Spencer, Dennis Trinkle, Daneen Spencer, Kina Thackray, Jennifer Tarplee, Lara Thackray, Lanone Branham, Lecia Keaton, Jessica Heady, Dana Rob- inson. Second row: Harry Martin, Lisa Hutcherson, Yvette Givan, Jonathan Gut, Diane Miller, Heidi Rusch- haupt, Lori Hupp, Heather Emery, Cindy Bryant, Phillip Kellar, Brian Schoen. Back: Derek Hawthorne. LETTERMAN ' S CLUB. Front row: Rick Hewitt, Carlisa Turner, Kelley Morris, Cindy Miller, Robbin Jackson, Kristy Dunlap, Lynette Corey, Susie Warren, Cindy Bryant, Rita Simmons. Second row: Kim Jointer, Michelle Hayes, Lara Thackray, Shron Lott, Cari Cavin, Kina Thackray, Lamont Ahmad, Staci Collins. Third row: Chelsea Hud- son, Sean Marcum, Amanda Trout, Lecia Keaton, Elva Keaton, Melissa Hadley, Michael Hunter, Kim Pritt, Cor- etta McNair, Vicki Goggans, Ken Smith, John Knorr. GERMAN CLUB. Front row: Molly Mocco, Michelle Wil- son, Virginia Totten, Anita Patterson, Jenny Wilson, Sue Schlemmer. Second row: Steve Wineberg, Alan Lough, Louis Mozingo, William Buckley, Lincoln Carr, Virginia Bu- chanan, Elizabeth Sechrist. 34 Groups CHESS CLUB. Front row: Taron Tyson, Jo hn Skene, Tim Flaherty. Second row: Arthur Thompson, Mike Nee- ly, Lincoln Carr, Steve Wineberg. SCIENCE CLUB. Front row: Greg Browning, Crystal Campbell, Danielle Gregory, Malaika Dozier. Second row: John Stuck, Grover Browning, James Stipanovic, Phil Kel- lar, Mrs. Linda Miller. STAGE CREW. Front row: Greg Johnson, Johnny Woods, Dara Lucas, Jason Zaphiriou. Second row: James Lynch, James Hodnett, Andy Hodnett, Danny Stewart. Groups 35 MEDIA CLUB. Seated: Jason Watkins, Cari Cavin, Angie Britain, Steve Williams, Kim Self. Standing: Sheri Wat- kins, JoAnna Leffler, Lisa McClain, Elizabeth Sechrist, Kathi Keck, Sean Marcum, Danny Capps, Lara Thackray, Ron Sheedy, Kina Thackray, Amanda Trout. ANNOUNCEMENT CREW. Seated: Lecia Keaton, Elva Keaton, Melissa Hadley. Standing: Michael Hunter, An- thony Sholar, Irvin Haas, Sean Marcum. BICYCLING TEAM. Seated: Grover Browning, Randy Irons, Louis Mozingo, Ronald Mozingo. Standing: Robert Dunz, Bruce Pickens. 36 Groups MU ALPHA THETA. Front row: Kina Thackray, Diane Miller, Kim Self. Second row: Lecia Keaton, Lara Thack- ray, Elva Keaton, Brian Schoen. Third row: Dennis Tnn- kle, Shannon Spencer. Fourth row: James Hodnett, Mrs. Carolyn Freeman, Mike Skaggs. OFFICE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (OEA). Front row: Daneen Spencer, Roberta Baker, Jane Bussey, Mandi Gomez, Michele Williams, Debbie Smith. Second row: Diana Hauk, Brenda Covington, Tammy Keeney, Nina King, Stacey High. Third row: Angie Britain, Clarence Parson, Kim Smith, Monica Gooch, Lisa Hutcherson, De- Vonda Pickett, Andi Grigsby. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA (DECA). Front row: Ginny Hobbs, Beverly Belcher, Heidi Ruschhaupt, Charlotte Brashears. Second row: Tammy Dean, Julie Sherrill, Eric Fetty, Rhonda Collins. Third row: LaDonna Cooper, Stephanie Babcock, Tammy Cooper. Fourth row: Sarah Nalley, Jeff Hawks, Joe Holt. Fifth row: Paul Conners, Pam Roberts, Rob Long. Standing: Mrs. Debbie Bareford, Earl Smith, Kim Ryan, Ronda Jef- fries, Dana Robinson, Mike Rife, Kim Baker, James Tyson, Joe Haskins, Tim Reynolds, Angie Davis, Cheryl Snavely, Celina Mason, Shelley Stallcup. Groups 37 Turmoil plagues school system Turmoil plagued the 1985-86 school year as continued financial problems caused over- crowding and restricted course offerings throughout the Indianapolis Public Schools. After much public debate about possible solu- tions, the Board of School Commissioners vot- ed to reassign students throughout the city in order to save money and make better use of facilities. In their most drastic action, both Crispus Attucks and John Marshall High Schools would become junior highs for 1 986- 1 987 and their students would be assigned to other schools. As might be expected, many feelings were hurt and wounds were left which will take years to heal. Although Howe was never mentioned as one of the schools which might be closed, it had its share of problems as students and a far-smaller faculty struggled all year to make the best of a difficult situation. With 19 fewer teachers than needed to start the school year, crowded rooms and large classes were the norm. Academic classes of 40 students or more were not unusual, and remedial classes often reached the thirties. Individual attention suffered as overworked teachers had little time to spare and found themselves exhausted at the end of a day. Poor attendance continued to be a major problem as students frustrated by larger classes found class cutting a great temptation. In an attempt to solve the problem by estab- lishing better communication with the home, principal Frank Tout purchased " Herbie, " a sophisticated computerized calling system which would notify parents about attendance problems. Cutters soon found themselves in the awkward position of having to explain sus- picious absences at home. In some cases at- tendance improved dramatically. As with any new system, however, there were problems which had to be resolved be- fore Herbie could be considered a success. Errors were common at first as flaws were discovered and teachers got used to a new routine. Absence lists remained long and cut- ting continued in spite of everyone ' s efforts. Poor attendance remained a major cause of failing grades. In spite of these problems, there were rea- sons for optimism as new ideas and new methods brought life to many classrooms. The physical education department, in particular, went through many changes as long-time de- partment chairman Jim Stutz became supervi- sor of athletics and physical education for IPS. He was replaced as chairman by James Per- kins, who brought ambitious plans for using community resources in the physical education program. When Perkins received an opportuni- ty to leave Howe at mid-year to become ad- ministrator for the world indoor track and field championships to be held in the Hoosier Dome in 1 987, he was replaced as department chair- man by Jim Arvin. Arvin in turn brought addi- tional new ideas, especially in relation to drug education. The year ended with everyone hoping that IPS problems could be solved and next year be easier. ALE ARTS IN EDUCATION Top right: The Arts in Education program is one of the Right: English teacher Ethel Seitz enjoys a light moment successes of 1935-1986. as she passes out papers to her Advanced Placement English class. Above: Seniors Mike Skaggs and James Hodnett spend some spare time in the computer lab. 38 Academics Left: Long lines are found in the North Gym at registration time. Left: Physical education instructor Betty Woods performs the bothersome task of checking class cuts after school. Academics 39 Right: Senior Kristy Dunlap takes notes in Mr. Edwards ' culture experiment to his mini-class, physics class. Below: Earth science catches the attention of senior Pris- Right, center: Science teacher Bill Smith explains a horti- cilia Glover. Above: Junior Ron Yeary becomes preoccupied with his chemistry. Right: Juniors Mark St. Martin and Jessica Heady listen to a United States history lecture. 40 Academics Left: Mrs. Patricia Kuhn emphasizes a point to her English class. Mrs. Kuhn returned to Howe this year after teaching in junior high for a time. Above: Mrs. Evelyn Keaton instructs Gerald demons in a chemistry assignment. Academics 41 Below: Sophomore Brian Holland checks his notes on the Right: Senior Heidi Ruschhaupt reviews an Advanced anatomy of an earthworm. Placement English paper. Above: Senior Tina Barger seems dissatisfied with a drug education assignment as she crumples up page after page of paper. Flight: Sophomore Tim Holmes works on one of the many drills which are part of typing class. 42 Academics Left: Freshman Jeremy Kincaid tries out his strength in Below: Wayne Wellington explains a diagram to his gym class as Mr. James Thompson watches. graphic arts class as Daniel Sweatt listens. Above: Mime Reed Steele performs in the media center as part of the Arts in Education program. Center left: Joe Vollmer ' s English 5 class holds the at- tention of juniors Robert Smith, Pedro Roque, Tina Toney, and Ri ck Smith. Left: Nationalist representatives Sherrie Pollett and Melis- sa Hadley work hard as they record convention votes. . Academics 43 Below: Second period gym students run laps to complete a class period. The boys show off trying to outrun the girls in the coed class. Right, top: Senior Arietta Sims works on a written assign- ment in physics Above: Senior Mark Cleary, not just a football player, is also a good student. Flight: Frank Loll helps sophomore Dan Gibbons with worm dissection in biology. 44 Academics Left: Popular French teacher Joan Hancok communicates her enthusiasm to the students. Below: Senior Karen Kelly gathers information about But- ler University at the college fair. Lower left: Howe graduate Jack Gilfoy, a drummer with the Henry Mancini orchestra, is active in bri nging African culture to Indianapolis. He is shown introducing his friend Julius Adeniyi ' s workshop on African foods to home eco- nomics students. Lower right: Fed representatives Kim Schweitzer, Cathy Forster, and Marjorie Maher kill time during a lull in mock election convention business. Academics 45 T Sports W£l es P ' te the iack °f funds in Howe ' s athletic program the Hornets " " " " still produce competitive teams and many individuals receive state recognition. Howe fans always see a great show wherever the Hornets play. 46 Sports Howe provides a full program of girls ' sports to go along with its traditionally good boys ' program. Karen Kelly, shown on the second green at Pleasant Run, is one of many female athletes at Howe. Spotts 4 7 ' Good old days ' gone from city sports The good old days of high school sports are gone from city schools. Full stands and fre- quent championships are little more than memories of the past. Poor attendance, dete- riorating facilities, and struggling programs are now the rule rather than the exception as prin- cipals, coaches, and athletic directors seek new ways to provide opportunities for every student who wants to participate. Howe students are more fortunate than many as the school still maintains every IH- SAA-recognized sport plus soccer. Dedicated coaches still work long hours at low pay trying to produce winning teams with schedules which work against them by scheduling many contests against larger, much-richer suburban schools with fine facilities and larger coaching staffs. Many times the obstacles are so great that Howe teams are defeated even before they take the court or playing field. Titles are few and far between and win-loss records are often poor in spite of the best efforts of players and coaches. Page after page of print has been written about the causes. Bussing has destroyed old loyalties, and many students are turned off by school. The school is no longer the neighbor- hood community center, and people in the community don ' t identify with it as they once did. Jobs take up time which might be given to playing sports or attending athletic events. There is competition from the pros. There are many other forms of entertainment competing for attention. The list could go on and on. One thing hasn ' t changed: Even in I.P.S., people still support a winner. Broad Ripple basketball teams played to packed houses while they were ranked number one in Indiana this past season. Many of those attending Broad Ripple games were Howe students look- ing for the best game in town. The problems of athletics are real and press- ing, but there are no easy solutions. Fortunate- ly for those who realize the value of sports, the Indianapolis Public Schools have so far man- aged to avoid such extreme solutions as can- celling athletic programs entirely. What the future holds, is uncertain. The 1985 spring sports season was typical of the situation as small numbers tried out for most teams. It was more a season for individ- ual accomplishments than one for team titles as only girls ' track and boys ' golf brought home a championship trophy of any sort. On a positive note, the girls ' track program, in what most would consider a rebuilding year, finished 7-4, brought home another city cham- pionship trophy, and qualified six girls for the state finals. Several team members stood out individually. Senior Alberta Campbell closed out an out- standing career by taking city meet firsts in both the 800 and the 1 600 and qualifying for the state meet in the 800. She also ran on the 1600-meter relay team which took a city title and placed sixth in the state meet. Her titles in track and cross country ranked her as the top female distance runner at the high-school level in city history. Also in track, junior Kim Jointer was a main- stay in both relays and showed her versatility by becoming one of the city ' s best quarter- milers after switching from the sprints to the quarter. She was voted MVP by her team- mates. Junior Elva Keaton was city champion in the long jump and ran on both winning relay teams. Freshman Chelsea Hudson was also a triple city champ with first in the 100 and 200 and a leg on the 400-meter relay. She showed promise as one of the state ' s top sprinters until a leg injury ended her season early. Soph- omore discus-thrower Daphne Byrd and junior hurdler Jennifer Guthrie joined Campbell, Kea- ton, Jointer, and Hudson as state meet qualifi- ers. The boys ' golf team, in trouble in recent years, salvaged a respectable 7-5 record by defeating all of the I.P.S. schools on its sched- ule and taking first place in the IPS Invitational. Senior Charles Uhls, the team ' s MVP, was medalist in the IPS tournament. Unfortunately, they lost to all the outside schools they played. The team was coached by physical education department chairman Jim Stutz. Another program which continues to draw large numbers and achieve respectable records is the girls ' tennis team. Coach Ron Finkbiner ' s squad, led by senior MVP Lisa LaRue, fought their way to a 10-8 record despite a schedule which hasn ' t been softened. Although the young team lacked a championship player, it was solid at all positions and showed potential for future years. Boys ' track, once a state powerhouse, struggled through a winless 0-9 season as many athletes from previous years failed to show up for new coach Martin Sam ' s spring call-out. One of the few bright spots was a group of 1 5 freshmen with above-average tal- ent. A few upperclassmen also stood out indi- vidually. Sophomore distance runner Sean Marcum and junior shot putter Damond Jones qualified for state meet competition. Marcum was a surprise city and regional champion at 800 meters. He was individual high scorer in the city meet with his first in the 800 and seconds in the 1600 and 3200. Sophomore Billy Harper showed promise of developing into one of the city ' s top sprinters. In one of the season ' s most disappointing moments, coach Errol Spears ' baseballers were forced to combine their freshman and reserve squads and cancel their freshman schedule entirely as few freshmen turned out for the " national pastime. " The Hornets were competitive at the varsity level but struggled for wins. Junior Chris Johnson led the pitchers and senior Dennis Law, who made the city all- star team, led the hitters. Seniors Bruce Jacob and David Abella and sophomore Darrin Lit- teral were also solid hitters. Law was voted MVP by his teammates. Girls ' softball improved but continued to struggle against some of the state ' s top teams, including eventual champion Warren Central. As might be expected from such a schedule, the record was a modest 8-8. One bright spot was the hitting of junior Angie Sheets, who led the squad with a respectable .378 batting average and 22 runs batted in. Junior transfer student Lori Hupp, the team ' s top pitcher, earned all eight victories. 48 Sports I Left: City champion and school record-holder Alberta Campbell finishes the mile far in front at Attucks. Below: First baseman Mark St. Martin provides steady defense for the Hornets. Left: Charles Uhls is champion of the IPS boys ' golf invita- Above: Junior pitcher Lori Hupp follows through as Nat- tional. alie Ochs watches. Sports 49 Right: Sophomore Darrel Litteral scores for the varsity against Arlington. Below: Junior Kyle Fulton concentrates on lining up a putt. Center right: Sophomore Mark St. Martin, leading hitter on the baseball squad, strokes a single against Arlington. Center right: Freshman Jerome Davis waits for the ball at third base. Far right: Diane Miller, a newcomer to the varsity, is in a light mood for pregame warmup. T M M M j-V - — H-t- 50 Spring Sports Ifcl.nr ' - ■■ — Far left: Junior Peter Holm watches his teammates from the putting practice green. Center left: Junior Jill Stewart is a study in seriousness as she awaits the serve. Above: Sophomore James Smith stands by the dugout to get a better view of the Broad Ripple game. Left: Damond Jones, who qualified for the state meet in the shot put, prepares to throw the discus against Arling- ton and Scecina. Spring Sports 5 T Far right: Number one singles player Lisa LaRue puts her strength into a backhand. Right, top: Senior Bruce Jacob sizes up the Arlington | pitcher. Right, bottom: Darrel Litteral and Derek Lisby await their opportunity to see action. Above: Catcher Kim Pritt comes up ready to throw as a Warren runner heads for second. Right: Sophomore Billy Harper, Howe ' s leading sprinter, moves well ahead of his Arlington and Scecina competi- tors in the 100. 52 Spring Sports Left: Junior Kim Jointer gets the winning edge with a quick start in the 400 at Tech. Below: Varsity catcher Paul Smith is ready for anything as he holds Arlington runners on the bases. Center, left: Charles Lashley approaches the plate for the JV ' s. Center, right: Freshman quarter-mile standout Anthony Carr takes a standing start against Broad Ripple. Left: Sophomore Dennis Trinkle checks out action on the course as he awaits his turn to putt. Spring Sports S3 Right: Sophomore Krista Fultz reaches high for a serve in her number one singles match. Below: Daphne Byrd, who reached the state finals as a sophomore, prepares for her final throw in city discus competition. Above: Amy Mumaw and Jennifer Hudelson cross home Right: Coach Ron Finkbiner and parent David Miller watch plate for two runs against Warren Central. 54 Spring Sports Left: Freshman Ron Tingler listens to music as he keeps score for the softball team against Marshal. Below: Cari Cavin, Lecia Keaton, and Alberta Campbell prepare to start the 1 ,600 against Attucks. Far left: Reserve catcher Chris Anderson watches a play at second base. Center left: Junior Kyle Fulton and senior Charles Uhls watch a slow-moving foursome ahead of them. Spring Sports 55 Top left: Junior Chris Johnson follows through on a pitch. Top right: Sophomore Jessica He ady keeps score for the varsity baseball team. Above: Junior John Knorr watches his teammates with amusement. Right: Cnspus Attucks principal Dave Robinson presents freshman sprinter Chelsea Hudson her medal for first place in the city meet 100 meter dash. 56 Spring Sports WMS Left: Sophomore third baseman Stephanie Oleksy talks strategy with Coach Charles Pirtle before the Warren Cen- tral game. Above: GIRLS ' TENNIS. Front row: Ericka Embry, Pam Schaefer. Second row: Diane Miller, Kelley Morris, Heather Harter, Jill Stewart, Cindy Bryant, Monica Vasile. Third row: Asst. Coach Joan Hancock, Knsta Foltz, Chris Endsley. Heather Wilson, Rose Rogers. Lisa LaRue, Jill Frederickson, Adriana Vasile, Emily Wmslow. Coach Ron Finkbiner. Spring Sports 57 VARSITY BASEBALL. Front row: James Smith, Bruce Jacob, Dennis Law, David Abella. Second row: James Long, Scott Holmes, Chris Johnson, Paul Smith, Jason Kimmell. Third row: Coach Errol Spears, Nick Savage, Brian Hawkins, Mark St. Martin, Derek Lisby. RESERVE BASEBALL. Front row: Mike Whitaker, Mark Wynalda, Dax Gonzalez, Tim Williamson, James Huller, Charles Lashley. Second row: Charles Sommers, Chris Anderson, Mike Lewis, Jeff Wessel, Jeff Spargur, Coach Ron Lawson. Third row: Darren Bowman, Jerome Davis, Dan Burck, Chris Martin, Ron Yeary. BOYS ' GOLF. Front row: Kyle Fulton, Charles Uhls. Second row: John Knorr, Donnie Uhls, Peter Holm, Rob Harris, Steve Ward, Don Huntsinger. 58 Spring Sports SOFTBALL. Front row: Susan Woods, Jennifer Hudel- son, Lynda Ward, Justine Miller, Kathy Schwedler, Amy Mumaw, Angie Sheets. Second row: Natalie Ochs, Lori Hupp, Dana Ochs, Lynette Corey, Kelly Archer, Kim Pritt, Kelly Schweitzer. Third row: Kevin Branham (mgr.). Coach Charles Pirtle, Ron Tingler (mgr.), Asst. Coach John Spilker. BOYS ' TRACK. Front row: Coach Martin Sam, Trainer Andy Ross, Todd Wright, James Muir, Sean Marcum, Billy Harper, Alan Todd, Asst. Coach Steve Grubb. Second row: Tony Carr, Keenan Pinner, Damond Jones, Keith Nuckols, Tony Gorman, Scott Brooks, John Robinson, Scott Wright, Robert Lowe, Anthony Sholar. GIRLS ' TRACK. Front: Coach James Perkins, Asst. Coach Alice Purvis. Second row: Kim Jointer, Kim Ferrell, Shron Lott, Lara Thackray, Pam Parks, Cassaundra Nott, Cassandra Crowe, Kim Fetty, Robbin Jackson, Kina Thackray, Penny Pennington, Cari Cavin, Rhonda Colles- ter. Third row: Coach Otis Curry, Carlisa Turner (mgr.), Amanda Trout, Jennifer Moore, Cindy Freed, Daphne Byrd, Coretta McNair, Kim Weeden, Alberta Campbell, Jennifer Guthrie, Elva Keaton, Debbie Catt. Chelsea Hud- son, Lecia Keaton, Anitra Cosby (mgr.), Arietta Sims (mgr.) Spring Sports 59 Injured in action Everyone who has ever been an athlete re- members those nagging little pains that wouldn ' t go away. He remembers playing with pain because he didn ' t want to let his team- mates down or because something inside him wouldn ' t let him quit. He knows that nearly every sport carries the risk of a career-ending, perhaps permanent injury. Injuries can end ca- reers and turn good seasons into poor ones, but most athletes forget injury and compete anyway. These pages are dedicated to the spirit of competition which draws people to sports in spite of, or because of danger. .;- .- ' •: - .■ Top: Dr. Johnson from Sports Medicine is a regular on the sidelines as he treats injured players. Above, left: Sean Marcum takes a look at his new ankle brace. Above, center: Gymnast cheerleader Dana Kees wears a knee wrap. Above, right: Football player Damond Jones is helped off the field after a first-game injury. Right: Emergency personnel look after Damond Jones immediately after his injury. 60 lnjured in Action Above: Girls ' basketball assistance coach Chris Kunkel shows evidence of recent knee surgery. Left: Alan Todd treats the year ' s most unusual athletic injury — a number of hornet stings received during the Howe Invitational cross country meet. Injured in Action 61 Flashes of brilliance, moments of defeat The fall season was a mixture of dramatic successes and just as dramatic failures. In football, the most visible sport, the Hornets showed flashes of brilliance alongside mo- ments of defeat. As a team, however, the Hornets never quite found themselves and lost five of their first six games including some they were expected to win. Entering sectional play against Manual, the Hornets were 3-5 with wins over Broad Ripple, Marshall, and Tech. A 10-6 victory over the Redskins gave the Hor- nets a chance to play eventual state champion Warren Central. The outmanned Howe squad was overwhelmed by the Warriors, 45-0. Despite the 4-6 record, there were several team and individual achievements worth not- ing. The squad ranked third on the Howe all- time list for passing yardage and fourth for pass completions. The defense made 1 6 inter- ceptions to rank fourth. Among individual stand-outs were junior quarterback Derek Hawthorne and senior wide receiver Clyde Spencer, who were both voted first-team all- city players. Sophomores Edwin Scott and Kenny Smith led several newcomers who con- tributed. If the varsity record was disappointing, the freshman record was just as rewarding. Coached by former Howe stars Mark Piercy and Bruce Shadiow, the freshmen went 7-1 to tie for the best freshman record in the city. A vicious defense allowed only 3.0 points per game while a versatile offense averaged 17 points per game. Quarterback Mario Scott, the leading passer, and halfback Alonzo Johnson, the leading rusher and scorer, were offensive stand-outs. Russ Harpold was a consistent threat as the team ' s top kicker. In soccer, a 1-12-1 record was no indicator of the Hornet Sting ' s ability or effort. Coach Dave Stewart ' s young program is one of the school ' s biggest draws as 27 players tried out and few dropped off the squad. Playing a de- manding schedule against schools with a much-longer history of soccer competition, the team was competitive in nearly every match and represented the school well. Coach Errol Spears ' boys ' tennis team found itself facing a demanding schedule with little experience and no superstar. Brian Haw- kins played his way to the number one singles position. Number two player Randy Pritt had the team ' s best individual record with 1 wins and 6 losses in dual competition. He was one of the top seeds in the city tournament and was named MVP at season ' s end. Coach Spears was especially pleased with the development of Jon Mertz, Mark St. Mar- tin, and Steve Ward into solid tennis players by season ' s end. The tennis squad ' s final record was 6-10. Facing a schedule of mostly parochial and county teams because few IPS schools have girls ' golf teams, an inexperienced Howe team finished with a 2-10 record. The two victories came against Broad Ripple and Speedway. In volleyball, new coach Julie Bell Gilliland found her squad with little experience and limited athletic ability. Much of the season was spent working on fundamentals as the team struggled to a 3-16 season record. Steady improvement showed on the floor but not in the record. By season ' s end both varsity and reserve squads were playing well. Girls ' swimming coach Steve Dunlap closed out a successful tenure as Howe coach by coaching a small but talented squad to a sec- ond-place finish in the city meet. Several sen- ior athletes closed out their careers with strong finishes. Diver Michelle Hayes, the team ' s most improved athlete, was city champion and qualified for the state meet with a third place in the sectional. Michelle Williams, the team ' s MVP, set a city record in the 100 backstroke. Kristy Dunlap set a dual-meet diving point re- cord. Seniors Jill Stewart and Emily Winslow also contributed strong efforts. The team re- cord was 6-8. The cross country teams had only moderate success. Coach James Perkins ' girls failed to live up to their potential and finished 6-6. Ju- nior Lecia Keaton was the top runner. Otis Curry ' s boys ' squad finished winless as they had trouble finding enough runners to fill out the squad. Top runner Sean Marcum was in- jured much of the season and could not com- pete in the early meets. With Marcum out, the burden of leadership fell on sophomore Scott Wright. 62 Fall Sports Left: All-city wide receiver Clyde Spencer waits for the snap. Below: City champion Michelle Hayes, who is the only Howe girl to qualify for state swim competition, prepares to take a backward dive. Left: Matt Mandel swings his foot into the ball during a Above: Doubles partners Steve Ward (front) and Charles home soccer match. Sommers wait for the serve. Fall Sports 63 Right: Freshman James Worth practices taking snaps from center Roy Sublett during a freshman game against Broad Ripple. Below: Sophomore Dana Ochs, a second-year varsity golfer, prepares to tee off against Brebeuf. Right: The Hornets ' defensive line stands ready against Broad Ripple. 64 Fall Sports Top: Coach Steve Dunlap talks strategy with his team before the city swim meet in which the team finished second. Center left: Junior Teresa Pennington shouts encourage- ment to her volleyball teammates. Center right: Junior quarterback Derek Hawthorne, who made the all-city team in his second year as a starter, runs during practice prior to the Brebeuf game. Lower left: Offensive stand-out Hyon Kim moves the ball against North Central. Below: Senior Kim Jointer comes across the finish line in a cross country meet against Broad Ripple at Christian Park. Fall Sports 65 Top: Michele Williams, a city backstroke champion, swims the freestyle in a meet against Marshall. Above: Members of the varsity volleyball team congratu- late each other on a good play as they get ready to serve against Chatard. Far right: Junior Lecia Keaton, MVP of the girls ' cross country team, crosses the finish line against Tech. Right: Varsity football coach Dick Harpold looks on with awe as his players put forth a courageous effort against eventual state champion Warren Central, the nation ' s sec- ond-ranked team. 66 Fall Sports Top left: Junior Alan Todd and senior Michael Hunter try to keep warm before a meet. Top right: Senior Eric Fetty, number three singles player, follows through after a backhand against Cathedral. Center left: Junior James Huller receives the ball on a sweep in a reserve game against Marshall. Above: Freshman Shaune Campbell, who was chosen Most Improved Player on the girls ' golf team, fills out her scorecard before the Brebeuf match. Left: Senior goalie David Boeldt alertly follows the ball during a game against North Central. Fall Sports 67 Right: Sophomore Scott Wright, winner of the Best Men- tal Attitude award, points out changes in the course. Below: Senior Penny Pennington strides to the finish line against Tech at Brookside Park. Lower left: Senior Michelle Hayes, who won the city diving title and qualified for the state meet, fills out her dive chart for competition against Marsha Lower right: Members of the reserve volleyball team have a brief snack between games. 68 Fall Sports Left: The Hornet offensive unit gets set for a play against Broad Ripple. Below: Junior Sean Marcum, running in only his third meet of the season because of a leg injury, finishes fourth in the city meet. Far left: Senior Clyde Spencer, all-city wide receiver, scores a touchdown against Broad Ripple. Left: Senior Randy Pritt, number two singles player and owner of the team ' s best individual record, follows through during the Cathedral match. Fall Sports 69 Top left: Howe defenders put a strong pass rush on the Broad Ripple quarterback. Top right: Junior Amy Gable is in a thoughtful mood as she waits to tee off. Above: Sophomore Alan Lough throws the ball into play from deep in the corner away from his goal. Right: Freshman Sherri Ochs and senior Karen Kelly prac- tice their swings before a match against Brebeuf. :• 70 Fall Sports Left: Led by junior MVP Lecia Keaton in second place, the girls ' cross country team runs together against Broad Rip- ple. Below: Tennis coach Errol Spears contemplates the ac- tion as his team takes on city power Cathedral. 888SS VBSSSSS Center left: Junior Pearson Grace comes around the cor- ner on a sweep against Marshall. Center right: Sophomore Amy Mumaw prepares to set the ball during a game with Chatard. Left: Sophomore Justine Miller dives from the starting platform to start her leg of a relay in the city swim meet. Fall Sports 71 Right: Senior Kristy Dunlap holds her roses which were a gift to divers from former diving coach Jan Masters. Center right: Robert Ochs gives first-year cross country runner Alan Todd his placing after a meet with Broad Ripple. Below: Number one player Brian Hawkins returns the bal to his Cathedral opponent with a strong forehand. GIRLS ' GOLF: Carolyn Jacobs, Shaune Campbell, Amy Gable, Sherri Ochs, Kathy Schwedler, Dana Ochs, Coach Joe Vollmer. 72 Fall Sports VARSITY FOOTBALL. Front row: Clyde Spencer, Scott Hadley, Adrian Dozier, Mark Cleary, Kenoly Hendricks. Tracy Johnson, Bill Holliday, Thomas Clay, Derek Lisby. Second row: Mat Slaughter, Alan Todd, Jon Rivers, Oren Killebrew, Damond Jones, Billy Harper, Pearson Grace, Mark Reed, Todd Whitehead. Third row: Matt Lockhart, Robert Smith, Lamont Ahmad, James Smith, John Dunz, Tom Marlowe, Derek Hawthorne, Ken Moss, Ben John- son. Fourth row: Bruce Sherels, Keith Blazek, Edwin Scott, Ken Smith, Tim Williamson, Scott Brooks, Mike Lewis, Dax Gonzalez, Rod Marcum. Fifth row: Mike Whi- taker, James Huller, Jeff Gavin, James George, Ezra Wil- liams, Charlie Brown, Tim Smith, Jeff Wessel, Bryan Clark. Sixth row: Tony Gorman, Bill Yates, Eugene Camp- bell, Jeff Smock, Trent Lowery, David Craig, John Robin- son, Jeff Combs, Mark Wynalda. Seventh row: Mike Cleary, Equipment Mgr. Bill Morris, Asst. Coach Ron Fink- biner, Head Coach Dick Harpold, Asst. Coach James Ar- vin, Asst. Coach Bill Smith. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL. Front row: Anthony Dean, John Walker, Jeremy Green, Ryan Shackelford, Casey Campbell, Barry Evans, Ellis DeBerry. Second row: James Winters, Scott Worth, Richard Neal, Gary White- side, Tyrone Hall, Alonzo Johnson, Donald Parker, Dwight Simmons. Third row: James Worth, Mike Sinnott, Jeff Deeter, Russell Harpold, Roy Sublett, Mark Plunkitt, Mario Scott, Antonio Robertson. Fourth row: Alvin Holliday, Jeff Marble, Terry Burgett, Christopher Clark, Steve Peo- ples, Ronald Johnson, Carl Jackson, Darrin Orr, Adrian Johnson. Fifth row: Coaches Mark Piercy, Bruce Sha- diow, Jeff Plunkitt. GIRLS ' SWIMMING. Front row: Coach Steve Dunlap, Heather Emery, Amy Kiefner, Michele Williams, Kristy Dunlap, Jill Frederickson, Justine Miller, Christine Brunet (mgr.). Second row: Emily Winslow, Michelle Bennett, Stephanie Moore, Staci Collins, Jill Stewart, Jessica Heady, Michelle Hayes. Fall Sports 73 SOCCER. Front row: Matt Mandel, Cary Johnson, Josh Kimmell, Michael Brown, Jason Wahl, Matt Williams, Nick Tides, Jason Pershing, Eric Arbogast. Second row: Shane Stewart, Matt Burton, Tom Deeter, Danny Stewart, David Guthrie, Josh Lane, Brian McDonald, Guy Booher. Third row: Asst. Coach Ralph Johnson, Robert Lipinski, Nick Tides, David Vargas, Jon Gut, David Boeldt, Mark Strykowski, Jeff Spiggle, Alan Lough, Coach David Stew- art. GIRLS ' CROSS COUNTRY: Kim Jointer, Dawn Thomp- son, Kim Ferrell, Elva Keaton, Debbie Capshaw, Kina Thackray, Lara Thackray, Lecia Keaton, Penny Penning- ton, Coach James Perkins. BOYS ' CROSS COUNTRY: Coach Otis Curry, Anthony Sholar, Alan Todd, Scott Wright, Sean Marcum, Michael Hunter. 74 Fall Sports VARSITY VOLLEYBALL. Front: Susie Warren. Second row: Asst. Coach Alice Purvis, Coach Julie Gilliland, Moni- ca Vasile, Jane Bussey, Theresa Pennington, Cindy Miller. Third row: Julie Lindley, Daphne Byrd, Kathy Miley, Amy Mumaw, Melissa Hadley, Kim Pritt. RESERVE VOLLEYBALL. Front: Kelly Schweitzer. Sec- ond row: Pam Parks, Terri Mosley. Third row: Melissa Kates, Stephanie Mills, Terri Gillahan. Fourth row: Jan- ella Johnson, Rose Rogers, Michelle Humphries. Fifth row: Coach Julie Gilliland, Asst. Coach Alice Purvis. BOYS ' TENNIS. Front row: Steve Ward, Eric Fetty, Charles Sommers, John Gordon. Second row: Coach Errol Spears, Randy Pritt, Brian Hawkins, Mark St. Martin, Jason Kimmell, Dan Burck, Jon Mertz. Fall Sports 75 Fans cheer louder in winter sports season Winter sports brought Howe fans a bit more to cheer for as Hornet teams had winning re- cords in wrestling and both boys ' and girls ' basketball. In addition, the boys ' basketball squad brought home a sectional title. With no true center and no regular over 6 ' 3 " , a basketball team is lucky to finish .500 in Marion County. After a series of lackluster pre-season practices and a serious leg injury to regular Mark St. Martin, even insiders were predicting rough times for Jake Thompson ' s varsity squad. Nearly everyone was shocked when the Hornets started their season with four straight wins including a convincing 70- 64 victory over archrival Cathedral before fall- ing to top-ranked Broad Ripple. The rest of the season was up and down as the Hornets lost a couple of games they were expected to win. Despite a season-ending injury to second- leading scorer Derek Hawthorne, the squad put things back together and won a sectional title. A 69-59 loss to Broad Ripple in the re- gional ended their season with a 17-8 record. Three seniors and three juniors provided the spark for the Hornets as rotating regulars. Sen- ior Clyde Spencer, playing center at a shade under 6 ' 3 " , was the leading scorer and re- bounder and received all-city honors. Seniors Jerome Gibbs and Darron Crowe provided out- side scoring punch. Junior Derek Hawthorne was the second-leading scorer and top free throw shooter. Mark St. Martin was the fifth starter most of the season with James Smith providing spark off the bench. Prospects for the future were uncertain as the reserve and freshman squads posted los- ing records. If pre-season prospects seemed poor for the boys, they were even more so for the girls as coach Otis Curry faced the prospect of replac- ing graduated Natalie Ochs, the state ' s fifth- leading scorer in 1 984-1 985 and the Hornets ' single-season record-holder. With all five starters in only their second year of varsity basketball, the team shocked nearly everyone by finishing 16-5 in what should have been a rebuilding year. Three of those losses came against city champion and eventual state fina- list Roncalli, a club with both experience and overpowering size. The keys to the Hornet success were desire, strong rebounding, and an aggressive defense. Struggling offensively from inexperience, the girls parlayed blinding speed and good jumping ability into a defense which amazed scouts and kept opponents standing flat-footed behind the Hornet fast break. With two of the city ' s top sprinters, 5 ' 10 " Chelsea Hudson and 5 ' 1 1 " Elva Keaton, han- dling rebounding chores, the Hornets owned the boards in almost every game as each aver- aged nearly ten rebounds per game. Sophomore guard Tasha Price topped Hor- net players with an all-city performance. Ju- nior Kim Pritt shocked nearly everyone but coach Otis C urry with deadeye shooting. Sophomore Dana Ochs rounded out the lineup and provided additional scoring spark from the point position. Gymnastics coach James Price entered his second season with better prospects than the previous year. Outstanding sophomore Dana Kees and senior Michelle Hayes were joined by sophomores Kim Maher and Tammy Douglas, two experienced gymnasts who hadn ' t com- peted for Howe as freshmen. They were joined by several other hard-working underclassmen. After a season in which they had had trouble covering events, the Hornets suddenly had depth in most events. Unfortunately, the com- petition included some of the best gymnastics schools in central Indiana and one of Howe ' s best teams in recent years found itself with a winless record (0-3). The boys ' s swim team greeted its second new coach in two years as Charles Page took over. With a squad of 12 dwindling to six by season ' s end, the Hornets still had trouble keeping athletes through a full season of in- convenient practices at Tech. Those who last- ed the full season managed to improve last year ' s winless mark to a 1-7 record and fourth place of nine teams in the city meet. The 200 medley relay team placed third in city competi- tion. When everyone else has trouble competing in the big time, one Hornet program manages a winning record nearly every year. In fact, wres- tling coach Jim Arvin has had only one losing season in his tenure as head coach. Arvin is widely recognized as one of the state ' s top coaches and spent the 1985-1986 school year as president of the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association. His peers named him to the organization ' s Wrestling Hall of Fame in 1984 because of his many contri- butions to the sport. The 1985-1986 wrestling season was tre- mendously successful as all three squads had winning records and placed high in their re- spective city tournaments. The varsity season was especially rewarding as some talented seniors were helped by several underclass- men. Senior Bill Holliday was city champion with a dramatic come-from-behind perfor- mance. Talented senior Ron Grayson was the latest in a long line of state finalists produced by Arvin. The winter sports season ended with opti- mism as most squads showed promise for good performances next year. 76 Winter Sports Left: Junior Derek Hawthorne takes the ball to the basket in city tournament action against Scecina. Below: Gymnast Tammy Douglas moves gracefully through her floor exercise routine. Left: City champion Bill Holliday tries to escape his Cathe- Above: Steve Sommerville tries to take seconds off his dral opponent in the title match. personal record. Winter Sports 77 Right: Sophomore Dana Kees, Howe ' s top all-around competitor, shows strong form in the vault. Below: Alan O ' Connor comes up for breath at the end of a race. ■■•» «• ' ;:: 1 E piffl in mi i ii I J ...JeK mt r . mmm ■ ■ ■ ■ 1, ' 3B ■ r -• - -? », ' " - ' ;,;■ ' - " ife, ' -- - £» 1 ' " ' ■ V-. is Right: Butch Petree comes out a winner in his consolation match of the city tournament. Far right: Clyde Spencer shows superb body control as he twist around defenders for two points. 78 Sports Left: Derek Hawthorne goes under a Broad Ripple defend- er ' s arms for two points. Below: Kim Maher and Amber Lane discuss their pros- pects in the upcoming meet. Left: City champion Bill Holliday takes the victory stand. Above: Sophomore Dana Ochs slaps the ball from a Southport player ' s grasp. Sports 79 Below, left: Steve Milligan watches a city tournament position in his city finals match, consolation match. Right: Junior Art Wright shoots from outside against Per- Below, right: State finalist Ron Grayson takes the down ry Meridian. Above: City champ Bill Holliday gives the official an inquir- ing glance as he waits for the pin to be called. Right, center: Coach Arvin shows concern for an injured wrestler. Far right: Steve Sommerville watches his fellow swim- mers in action. 80 Sports Left: James Smith, better known as " Lump, " lets nothing Below: Coaches Byrd and Arvm give pointers to the fresh- stand in his way as he drives to the basket. men during a match. Left: Tammy Douglas and Julie Howe show contrasting moods before a gymnastics meet as Tammy prays for help and Julie appears at ease. Sports 81 Right: Alan O ' Connor tries to come from behind for a win. Below: Chelsea Hudson takes a rebound back up for a basket against Broad Ripple. Right, center: Junior Mat Slaughter tries to roll his oppo nent for a pin. Right: Gary Whiteside takes charge to win his city tourna ment consolation match. 82 Sports Left: Freshman Julie Howe competes in the floor exercise Below: Senior Michelle Hayes, a four-year gymnast, flies against Shelbyville. through the air in the vault. Above: Senior center Elva Keaton goes up for a shot against Broad Ripple. Sports 83 Right: Senior David Vespo and his opponent find them- selves in an awkward position. Below: Junior forward Mark St. Martin powers the ball up against Broad Ripple. 2S?1 Right: GYMNASTICS. Front row: Amber Lane, Kim Maher, Dana Kees. Second row: Tammy Douglas, Rita Brown, Michelle Hayes, Julie Howe, coach James Price. 84 Winter Sports BOYS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL. Front row: Derek Thompson, Robert Smith, Jerome Gibbs, Keith Williams, James Smith, Pete Gibson, Darron Crowe, Michael Hunt- er. Second row: Michael Bryant, Dax Gonzalez, Kenny Moss, Mark St. Martin, Arthur Wright, Clyde Spencer, Kenny Smith, Derek Hawthorne. BOYS 1 RESERVE BASKETBALL. Front row: Keith Wil- liams, Donald Pinkston, John Edmond, Michael Wilson, Dwayne Reed, Tony Gorman. Second row: Daymon Go- millia, Charles Brown, Andrew Owens, James Mason, Keith Blazek, Dax Gonzalez, Edwin Scott, coach Kevin Johnson. BOYS ' FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. Front row: James Porter, James Wroth, Darrin Orr, James Wimberly, David Tarver. Second row: James Winters, Mario Scott, Casey Campbell, Matt Mandel, Michael Brown. Third row: Scott Worth, Ron Johnson. Sports 85 GIRLS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL. Coach Otis Curry, Dana Ochs, Daphne Byrd. Kim Pritt, Chelsea Hudson, Elva Keaton, Melissa Hadley, Nicole Harris, Lecia Keaton, Rox- anne Lowe, Tasha Price. GIRLS ' RESERVE BASKETBALL. Front row: Melissa Kates, Candy Crowe, Sheila Perry, D.J. Givan, Kathy Schwedler, Sherri Ochs. Second row: coach Chris Kun- kel, Michelle Humphries, Meachun Scott, Sheila Turner, Debby Capshaw, Crystal Campbell. BOYS ' SWIMMING. Front row: managers Carol Ragle, Amy Kiefner, Staci Collins, Vickie Deal. Second row: Jeremy Kincaid, James McClary, Scott Wright, Steve Sommerville, Jimmy Zollner, Alan O ' Connor, coach Charles Page. 86 Winter Sports VARSITY WRESTLING. Front row: Steve Milligan. Matt Williams, Gary Whiteside, Butch Petree, Rod Mar- cum, Dale Jones. Second row: David Vespo, Mat Slaugh- ter, Ron Grayson, Mark Reed, coach James Arvm, Mark Cleary, Bill Holliday, Brian Clark. RESERVE WRESTLING. Front row: Doug Clark, Jeff Smock, Brian McDonald, Brian Brooks, Chris Chestang. Second row: David Cwikla, Keith Chestang, Jeff Gavin, coach Rob Jacob, Anthony Carr, Tyrone Moore. FRESHMAN WRESTLING. Front row: Richie Neal, Kenny Holland, Lamont Smith, Dennis Sherfick, Russell Harpold, Jeremy Green. Second row: Donald Parker, Mike Quick, Shantez Kates, Odie Alexander, coach Kevin Dodd, Jeff Marble, Alvin Holliday, Terry Burgett, Jack Whobery. Winter Sports 8 7 Sports in review Below: Jennifer Guthrie warms up over the hurdles on the Right: School record-holder Kristy Dunlap gets set for a all-weather track at Crispus Attucks. dive at the Tech pool. Above: Bruce Jacob dares the pitcher to throw him a fastba 1 Above, center: An exhausted Kim Ferrell crosses the finish line after 2.5 miles. Above, right: Jill Stewart follows through as she returns her opponent ' s serve. Right: All-city quarterback Derek Hawthorne releases a pass to Clyde Spencer. 88 Sports Far left: City champion Michelle Williams watches her opponents. Left: Jimmy McClary and coach Charles Page discuss the meet in progress. Left center: Reserve volleyball players walk off the floor with a lead. Left: Josh Lane races down the field ahead of his oppo- nents. Sports in Review 89 Spirit is " ... cheering for the Hornets in the other team ' s stands. But that might be stupidity, I don ' t know. ' ' Brian Van Buskirk " ... to cheer the guys on win or lose. When someone says ' Howe ' s nothing, ' I say, ' We ' ll see when we play you in football or basket- ball ' . ' ' Jon Rivers " ... Mrs. Simmons. ' ' Heather Hunter " ... rooting for Howe at every game. " Kim Placek " ... taking pride in your school and your school activities. " Senior Nick Tides " ... a thing of the past and of the future . . . many students don ' t realize that they as indi- viduals are very important, but even more im- portant are they when they combine and form a student body full of Howe pride, Howe en- thusiasm, and Howe spirit! " Ericka Embry " ... supporting the cheerleaders. " Ami Kin- caid " ... very low. No criticism here, just facts. Howe has no spirit. " Tina Barger " ... something that we all show at different times. Whether we ' re at a game or at home — anywhere! The problem is that some of us in the Howe family need to show spirit more often. " Heather Byer :-i •• i 1 i if iff V 4 k Top left: Sophomore Chelsea Hudson and senior Tina Barger help get ready for Broad Ripple. Top center: Sophomore Ericka Embry enthusiastically tries to get the crowd fired up. Top right: Cheerleading coach Rita Simmons, a loyal fan, attends as many games as possible. Above: Varsity cheerleader Sherrie Pollett waits for pre- game practice. Right: Cheerleaders wait for football players to run through their banner before the North Central game. 90 Spirit Top left: Hornets fans show the tension of a close basket- Left: Senior Kristy Dunlap smiles at the crowd as she tries ball game. to rouse excitement. Top right: Juniors Cindy Bryant and Kim Pritt pose with Above: Cheerleaders show differing moods as the Hornet the Hornet. basketball team leads a close game. Spirit 91 Homecoming full of spirit Homecoming week was full of spirit thanks to all. Many students participated in spirit days and decorated spirit halls. Members of the stu- dent council and the cheerleaders made sure each spirit days was eventful. Bermuda day and stuffed animal day were the most favored throughout the halls. On these days students wore colorful flowered shorts and brought along their favorite furry friends. Homecoming night opened with the seni ors winning the float competition and the fresh- man class coming in second. Senior Coretta McNair was crowned homecoming queen with Tina Barger runner-up. Senior class president Tony Armstrong received the king ' s crown as David Vespo took second place. Everything about homecoming was suc- cessful but the football game as the Hornets were defeated by North Central by a 31-0 score. mm Top right: David Abella and Michelle Mandel watch from the fence. Center left: The brass section of the band tunes up for the parade. Center right: Principal Frank Tout and student council president Angie Sheets wait to crown the king. Above: First runner-up Tina Barger and her father wait for the queen announcement. Flight: Former queen Natalie Ochs and principal Frank Tout congratulate queen Coretta McNair. 92 Spirit Below: The senior float shows much hard work behind its Left: King Tony Armstrong poses with his mother, Mrs. first-place finish. Shirley Armstrong. Bottom left: The cheerleaders show off their enthusiasm. Left, center: King runner-up David Vespo waits with his mother before the crowning. Bottom right: The sophomore float appears ready to go. | j • 11 HDWE TD LU PANT x xxx v X X Xf x o ooodo WZ- f rr 4-aa -Xr Spirit 93 Right: MAT MAIDS. Front: Kelly Archer. Vicki Evans, Dena Riggs, Lynette Kerr, Trish Guffey. Second row: Kim Placek, Justine Miller, Jill Frederickson, Monica Vasile, Mrs. Lynn Whittemore. Stacey McClary, Cassie Suiter, Adriana Vasile. Below: Mat Maid Justine Miller helps keep score for a match. Below, middle: Hornet Honey Nicole Reedus performs during a basketball halftime. Below, right: Mat maid Monica Vasile watches city tour- nament action. Above: Hornet Honeys perform at halftime of a basketball Right: Freshman Terri Gillahan appears in Hornet costume game in the North Gym. during girls ' basketball tournament play. 94 Spirit Left: HORNET HONEYS. Front: Patty Heizer, Heather Harter. Second row: , Nicole Reedus Kelley Morris, , Carrie Smith, Danielle Gregory , Third row: Mrs. Shirley Neal, Kim Faryna , Racquel Jackson, Jackie Peyton, , Mrs. Peggy Boulden. Left: Freshman mat maid Kim Placek joins in the Pledge of Above: Spirit badges and stuffed animals reflect both light Allegiance before a wrestling match. and serious moods of homecoming. Spirit 95 VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: Carlisa Turner, Tina Barger, Lynette Corey, Sherrie Pollett. Back: Vickie Vorhis, Cindy Bryant, Kristy Dunlap. RESERVE FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: Ericka Embry, Heather Byer, Renee Allen. Back: Tammy Doug- las, Dana Kees, Raetta McGee. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: Jen- ny Gorden, Traci Collins, Julie Howe. Second row: Jenni- fer Endsley, Tracy Cooper, Angie Smith. Top: Amber Lane, Jenny Bieler. 96 Spirit VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: Lynette Corey, Tina Barger, Jessica Heady. Second row: Cindy Bryant, Kristy Dunlap, Robbin Jackson, Sherrie Pol- lett. Back: Beryl Russell, Chris Anderson, Jon Rivers. RESERVE BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: Stacy Robinson. Back: Ericka Embry, Heather Byer, Ami Kincaid. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: Traci Collins, Larissa McClain. Back: Jenny Bieler, Tracy Cooper. Spirit 9 7 Atb um IS! ox teacners anc students had to work harder this year to make up for the loss of faculty members, but hard work paid off and Howe remained one of the nation ' s leading urban schools. 98 Album Album 99 Class of 1986 Jeff Abney Melissa Alexander Deana Allen Kelly Archer Anthony Armstrong Dennis Ayers Dawn Babbs Stephanie Babcock Andrew Baker Kimberly Baker Roberta Baker Stephanie Baker Tina Barger David Boeldt Noell Bonar David Bowles Angela Britain William Brooks Scott Butterfield Tim Byrd Daniel Capps Tony Carr Cari Cavin Timothy Childress Jennifer Collins 100 Seniors Rhonda Collins Ted Compton Paul Comstock Paul Conner James Cooper Above: Senior class officers listen attentively as John Knorr (second from left) expresses an opinion during a cabinet meeting. Left: Student council representative Scott Holmes, acting as master of ceremonies at the ip sync contest, tries to quiet the audience. Seniors 101 Right: SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Front row: Tony Armstrong, president; Jill Stewart, first vice-president; Kristy Dunlap, second vice-president. Second row: Ar- ietta Sims, alumni secretary; Angie Sheets, assistant alumni secretary; Karen McReynolds, secretary; John Knorr, assistant treasurer; Zalinda Williams, treasurer. Not pictured: Heidi Ruschhaupt. Below: Elva Keaton smiles as Melissa Hadley tells her an extremely funny joke. Lower right: Angie Davis and Tim Byrd watch Howe and Warren Central compete in the football sectional play-off. Heather Emery Christine Endsley Janice Etheridge Vicki Evans Eric Fetty 102 Seniors Tim Flaherty Kelly Floyd Adam Foltz Mi chele Fontanella Cathy Forster Mark Fowler Susan Fox Tonya Frost Kyle Fulton James Gamble David Gard Regina Garza James Gibson Victoria Goggans Monica Gooch Patricia Gufiey Jennifer Guthrie Dawn Hadley Scott Hadley Joseph Haskins Diana Hauk Bradley Hayes Michelle Hayes David Helton Stacey High James Hodnett Milissa Holland Bill Holliday Peter Holm Michael Hunter Seniors 103 Lori Hupp Beth Irons Florida Jeffries Christopher Johnson Jill Johnson Michael Johnson Penny Johnson Tracy Johnson Wendell Johnson Kimberly Jointer Dale Jones Damond Jones Darrell Jones Elva Keaton Karen Kelly Lynette Kerr Jason Kimmell Nina King John Knorr Christine Kohout Lisa Lacey Rebecca Lemaire Derek Lisby Darrell Littoral Robert Long Ronald Lucas Frances Luckett Tonya Major Carl Manis Jon Martin 104 Seniors Celina Mason Carol McKain Coretta McNair James McReynolds Karen McReynolds Upper left: Mike Skaggs puts himself in the role of Phil Collins as he lip syncs to " You Can ' t Hurry Love. " Above: Varsity star Clyde Spencer shows off his ball-handling skills while the reserves play against Broad Ripple. Left: Senior Jenny Guthrie and juniors Leigh Walker and Jeff Smith hang out along the fence at half-time of the homecoming game. Seniors 7 05 Right: Mike Cosner watches Howe compete in the football sectional play-off against Warren Central. Below: Tammy Cooper prepares herself to lip sync to Whitney Houston ' s " You Give Good Love. " Lower right: Mark Strykowski is one of several upperclassmen forced into independent study situations because of schedule conflicts. Mark studies German during Mr. Buckley ' s preparation period. Randy Newell Michael Nicoson Russell Oberholtzer Alan O ' Connor Penny Pennington 106 Seniors Keenan Pinner Randy Pritt Frederick Pryor Gina Quint ero Martin Relford Tim Reynolds Anne Rhodus Denise Riggs Mark Rivers Kelly Roberts Pamela Roberts Dana Robinson George Robinson Sharon Rogers Shuanita Rowland Steven Rubick Heidi Ruschhaupt Stacy Rushton Kimberly Ryan Kurt Schlebecker Kimberly Schweitzer Grant Scott Elizabeth Sechrist Kimberly Self Angela Sheets Julie S her rill Arietta Sims Michael Skaggs Antony Smith Deborah Smith Seniors 107 Kimberly Smith Paul Smith Cheryl Snavely Bryan Somers Angela Sommers Daneen Spencer Brian Stewart Jill Stewart Mark Strykowski John Stuck Janis Teeguarden Marion Thomas Nicholas Tides Virginia Totten Amanda Trout Carlisa Turner Joseph Turner James Tyson Brian VanBuskirk David Vespo James Walton Sheri Watkins Tammi Watson Joseph Wiley Andre Wilkerson David Williams Michele Williams Steven Williams Zalinda Williams Janice Wilson 108 Seniors Kenneth Wilson Therese Wimsatt Mark Winans Emily Winslow Carrie Wolfenberger Upper left: French exchange student Christine Brunet sings in the concert choir at the Pops Concert. Upper right: John Stuck sits contentedly watching the mime show sponsored by the Media Center through the Arts in Education program. Above: Senior class first vice-president Jill Stewart makes a bubble during an officers ' meeting. Left: Coretta McNair dances to the rhythm as she lip syncs to Starpomfs " Object of My Seniors 1 09 Seniors present humorous tale of after-life m fter many weeks of after-school rehears- als, memorizing lines, gathering cos- tumes and last-minute details, Lo and Behold, a story of life, and the after-life, was presented to a small but appreciative audience. The story revolves around a very wealthy former Pulitzer Prize winner, Milo Alcott, played by junior Dennis Trinkle, and his unsuc- cessful attempt to live a peaceful after-life in his own home. His home is invaded by three other ghosts looking for a place to live: Minnetonka Small- flower, a young Indian maiden, played by sen- ior Elizabeth Sechrist, who fell to her death when she was pushed over a cliff; Kenneth Moore, better known as the Mad Musician of Mount Ivy, who refuses to leave because he has found a piano in Milo ' s home and can finally finish his compositions; and Miss Honey Wainwright, a sickly-sweet, bigoted Southern belle, played by senior Regina Garza, who was shot on her wedding day by her former boy friend because she didn ' t marry him. To make matters worse, Milo ' s former maid, Dasiy Durdle, played by sophomore Eve- lyn Winslow, who accidentally killed him, is mistaken for his long-lost daughter and given his entire estate. She meets Milo ' s doctor and long-time friend, Robert Dorsey, played by senior Steve Rubick, and falls in love with him. When an old friend of Daisy ' s, Jack McDou- gal, played by sophomore Guy Booher, discov- ers she is not really the daughter of Milo, he threatens to tell Robert unless she gives him some of the money she is getting from Milo ' s inheritance. Daisy finally confesses and every- thing works out in the end. There was a little controversy this year over the fact that while it is still called the Senior Play, two of the leading parts went to under- classmen. The director. Miss Shirley Smith, felt that they seemed to fit the parts best and the show went very well. Senior Steve Rubick felt the results were well worth the effort: " It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but in the end, it was a gratifying experience. " (Regina Garza) Above: Evelyn Winslow, as Daisy Durdle, cries after she accidentally kills her master. Upper right: Elizabeth Sechrist and Steve Johnson listen as Regina Garza tells how she was shot on her wedding day. Right: Dennis Trinkle, starring as Milo Alcott, speaks to some of his spiritual visitors. Ho Senior Play Left: Regina Garza depicts the ghost of a bride murdered Below: Steve Rubick speaks theoretically as Evelyn Wins- by her ex-boy friend on her wedding day. low looks on with love in her eyes. Above: Milo Alcott, played by Dennis Trinkle. listens as Kenneth Moore, played by Steve Johnson, shows his ar- tistic ability on the piano. Left: Dr. Robert Dorsey, played by Steve Rubick, ex- presses his inner feelings in words to Daisy Durdle, played by Evelyn Winslow. Senior Play 1 1 1 Underclass Angelia Abel 89 Anthony Abel ' 89 Richard Acton ' 89 David Adams ' 88 Scott Adams ' 89 Lamont Ahmad ' 87 Kristy Alexander ' 89 Odie Alexander ' 89 Kalliopi Alexiou ' 88 Richie Allen ' 89 Angela Anderson ' 87 Chris Anderson ' 88 David Anderson ' 89 Nicole Anderson ' 88 Sabra Apollos 89 Eric Arbogast ' 89 Tiffiani Archey ' 89 Genine Arellano ' 89 Cherrie Armstrong ' 87 June Armstrong ' 87 Michele Armstrong ' 89 Latasha Ashby ' 89 Pamela Atchley 89 Vernon Atkinson ' 88 Theresa Aumann ' 88 Amy Ayers ' 88 Kathryn Ayers ' 87 Jeff Babbs 89 Melissa Babbs ' 87 Angela Bailey ' 87 Joni Baker ' 89 Melinda Baker ' 89 Steven Baker ' 87 Tracy Baldwin ' 89 Shawn Ball 89 Rob Bandy 87 Remona Banks ' 88 Susan Barker ' 88 Bobby Bates ' 87 Jenean Bates ' 89 Michael Bates ' 88 Melinda Baugh ' 89 Joel Bays ' 89 David Bear ' 88 Melissa Beasley ' 88 Amy Beck 87 Peggy Beech ' 89 Bobby Belcher 89 Deborah Benefiel ' 88 Michelle Bennett 89 Teresa Berry ' 88 Latrell Bibbs 89 Jennifer Bieler ' 89 William Bills ' 89 Jimmy Binkley ' 89 Stacey Bishop ' 89 112 Underclass Diane Blanchard ' 88 Keith Blazek 88 Teresa Blazek ' 89 George Bloomer ' 88 Duane Boicourt ' 87 Darla Boiler ' 89 Daymond Boiler ' 88 Guy Booher ' 88 Karry Bosley ' 87 Maria Bottorff 88 Mark Bowling ' 87 Darren Bowman ' 87 Brian Boyd ' 88 Reuben Boyd 89 Darla Branham ' 89 Lanone Branham ' 87 William Bratcher ' 88 Leandra Br attain ' 88 Rebecca Braun ' 87 Kurt Bredensteiner ' 89 Toni Breedlove ' 89 Bill Brewer 88 Jennifer Bridges ' 89 James Briggs ' 89 Tammy Bright ' 89 Mark Britt ' 87 Larry Brittain ' 89 Lorri Brittain ' 87 Norman Broaden ' 87 Bryan Brooks 89 Scott Brooks 88 Tanya Brooks ' 88 Anthony Brown ' 88 John Brown ' 89 Judy Brown ' 89 Junior Connie Goins laughs along with friends while taking tickets for the Pops Concert. Underclass 113 Michael Brown ' 89 Rita Brown ' 89 Teresa Brown ' 89 Vera Brown ' 88 Gregory Browning ' 89 Grover Browning ' 88 James Bruce ' 89 Charlene Bryant ' 87 Cindy Bryant ' 87 Cynthia Bryant ' 87 Tim Bryant ' 89 Virginia Buchanan ' 88 William Bullitt ' 87 Daniel Burck ' 87 Beverly Burge ' 87 Aaron Burks ' 88 Cynthia Burmeister ' 89 James Burns ' 88 Matt Burton ' 88 Jane Bussey ' 87 Kim Butcher ' 89 Heather Byer ' 88 Daphne Byrd ' 87 William Cade ' 89 John Caluza ' 88 Casey Campbell ' 89 Crystal Campbell ' 89 Eugene Campbell ' 87 Shaune Campbell ' 89 Gary Canter ' 88 Chrisy Capshaw ' 87 Debra Capshaw ' 89 Irish Carlisle ' 87 Kenneth Carlisle ' 87 Sheila Carlyle ' 89 Melissa Carmer ' 88 Anthony Carr ' 88 Lincoln Carr ' 87 Tyrone Carr ' 89 Krista Carrig ' 87 Shannon Carson ' 87 Leander Carter ' 88 Rochelle Carter ' 88 Tanya Carter ' 87 Marc Cary ' 89 Ann Caster ' 87 Carin Caster ' 88 Debbie Catt ' 88 Lisa Cay lor ' 89 Yolonda Chambers ' 88 Damon Cheatham ' 88 Shelley Chilton ' 89 Lisa Christian ' 89 Shannon Claffey ' 89 Bryan Clark 88 Christopher Clark ' 89 Delnitta Clark ' 87 Doug Clark ' 88 Gary (Damon) Clark ' 87 Mose Clark ' 88 Pierre Clark ' 88 Anjanette Clement ' 89 Gerald demons ' 87 M i 9rw ' m - ' I » 1 . Si i 3 i i l - 3 ; % v r ' i V m •■•sly rrrjfi v) i ) 7 14 Underclas8 Upper left: Freshman Jeffrey Engle enjoys lunch in the cafeteria. Upper right: Sophomore Chris Anderson so- cializes with frie nds during a football game. Lower left: Freshman James Welch takes time out during lunch to organize gym clothes. Lower right: Junior Mat Slaughter waits for the Pops Concert performance to begin. Melissa Cline ' 89 Tammy Cline ' 88 Brad Cochran ' 88 Daniele Coe ' 88 Wayland Coe ' 87 Kimberly Coffin ' 87 Cindy Coffman 87 Lisa Coffman ' 87 Adrina Cole ' 89 Debra Cole ' 87 James Cole ' 89 Edward Coleman ' 87 Jennifer Coleman ' 88 Keith Coleman ' 87 Lamarr Coleman ' 89 Rhonda Collester ' 88 Joseph Collins ' 88 Staci Collins 89 Steven Collins ' 87 Traci Collins 89 James Combs ' 88 Underclass 115 Joseph Combs ' 88 Lisa Combs ' 89 Gary Compton ' 88 Shannon Comstock ' 88 Lori Conner ' 89 Eric Cook 87 Rhonda Cook ' 88 Louis Cook-Mozingo ' 88 Ronald Cook-Mozingo ' 89 Michael Cooper ' 89 Sonya Cooper ' 89 Traci Cooper ' 89 Caroline Corbett ' 88 Michael Corey ' 89 Timothy Corey ' 89 Elena Corpuz ' 89 Rhonda Cosby ' 89 Lawrence Cosner ' 89 Tammy Cotterman ' 88 Connie Couch ' 88 Todd Cox ' 89 i 1 Jk ■» Center right: Sophomore Dana Kees and Tom Domino of Attucks get together to talk and fix hair. Far right: Jenny Wilson appears lost in thought during the Pops Concert. Bottom: Several members of the class of ' 88 get together to show their spirit at homecom- ing. 1 16 Underclass f ,£ Tammy Crafton ' 87 David Craig ' 88 Steven Craigmiles ' 88 Shem Crawley 89 Gary Creasey ' 88 Gary Crews ' 88 Melisa Crews ' 89 Denise Crittenden ' 89 Darla Crockett ' 87 Latonya Crockett ' 87 Rock Crouch ' 87 Cassandra Crowe ' 88 Jerri Culvahouse ' 89 Darlene Cunningham ' 87 Michael Cunningham ' 88 Angelia Cupp ' 89 Ken Cur he ' 87 Mark Currin ' 89 David Cwikla ' 87 Robert Dailey ' 88 Adria Daniels ' 87 Janet Daniels ' 88 Crystal Davidson ' 89 Donna Davidson ' 89 Jesse Davidson ' 87 Anthony Davis ' 89 Brenda Davis ' 89 Damon Davis ' 88 Jerome Davis ' 88 Joan Davis ' 88 Julia Davis ' 87 Lisa Davis ' 89 Michelle Davis 88 Stephanie Davis ' 89 Timothy Davis ' 88 Yvette Davis ' 89 Amy Day 88 Michael Day 89 William Day 89 Lemann Dea ' 89 Rickey Deacon ' 89 Victoria Deal 89 Anthony Dean ' 89 James Dean ' 89 Tina Dean 89 James Dearth ' 89 Lamont DeBerry ' 89 Dan DeBruhl 89 Roselyn DeCastro ' 89 Amy Deeter ' 87 Jeffrey Deeter ' 89 Tom Deeter ' 88 Donna Dennison ' 89 Tracy Denton ' 89 Marcella Dewalt ' 88 Lori DeWitt 87 Natalie Doan ' 87 Curtis Dockery ' 89 Brian Dodson ' 88 James Dodson ' 89 Martin Donelson ' 88 Lovonzella Donigan ' 88 Frankie Donofrio ' 87 Underclass 117 Ron Ingram, vice-president and general man- ager of radio station WZPL, presents sopho- more Kim Faryna a check for $10,000 as winner of a call-in contest. Kim was the lucky 99th caller. She plans to save most of her winnings for college. Tammy Douglas ' 88 Michael Douthit ' 88 Mark Downs ' 88 Robert Downs ' 87 Roosevelt Downs ' 89 Malaika Dozier ' 87 Jennifer Drury ' 89 Donna DuBree ' 87 David Dugger ' 89 Mattie Dunn ' 87 John Dunz ' 87 Robert Dunz ' 89 James Dyer ' 87 Laura Dyer ' 89 Latoya Ealy ' 89 Michelle Earls ' 87 Walter Eby 87 Joseph Edens ' 89 Barbara Edgar ' 87 John Edmond ' 88 Damon Edmonds ' 89 Basketball fans cheer on their favorite team, the Howe Hornets. 11 8 Underclass Afi A a a q f 7 " ona Edmonson ' 88 Shana Edwards ' 88 Sherry Edwards ' 88 Tina Edwards ' 88 Brian Enters 89 Dana Ellis ' 88 Barbara Embry ' 89 Ericka Embry 88 David Emerson ' 87 Jennifer Endsley ' 89 Jeff Engle ' 89 Barry Evans ' 89 Kimberly Evans ' 87 Kim Faryna ' 88 Bonnie Faubion ' 88 Greg Felts ' 88 Candida Ferguson ' 89 Kim Ferret I ' 87 Kimberly Fetty ' 88 Jennifer Fines ' 89 Andrea Fishburn ' 88 Debra Fisher 88 Jennee Fisher ' 88 Kathleen Flaherty ' 89 Christina Flanary ' 87 Aaron Flora ' 87 Victoria Foley ' 88 Krista Foltz ' 87 Sarah Foltz ' 89 Karen Ford ' 87 Dawn Fortune ' 88 Alfreda Foster ' 87 Ricky Foster ' 89 Brian Fowler ' 88 Mary Fox ' 88 Amanda Franklin ' 89 Kari Franklin ' 89 Tina Franklin ' 89 Jill Frederickson ' 88 Cynthia Freed ' 88 Kristy Freemont ' 89 Lisa Freemont ' 88 Melissa Freitag ' 88 Lisa French ' 88 Tikieyie Frye ' 87 Karla Fuller 88 Ryan Fulton ' 89 Joseph Fultz ' 87 Michael Fultz 88 Pennie Furnish ' 89 Christopher Futch ' 88 Amy Gable 87 Lawrence Gadis ' 87 Theodore Gaines ' 87 Shawntez Gant 89 Shonie Gant 89 Kimberly Gardner ' 89 Royetta Garrett ' 89 Dawn Garza ' 87 Jeffrey Gavin ' 88 Jerry Gebhart 88 James George ' 88 Paula George ' 88 Underclass 119 Donald Germany ' 87 Daniel Gibbons ' 88 Jose Gil 88 Terri Gillahan ' 89 Dora Givan ' 89 Yvette Givan ' 87 Erika Glover ' 88 William Golden 89 Cathy Goldsberry 88 Andy Gomez ' 88 Ernesto Gomez ' 87 Jose Gomez ' 87 Michael Gomez ' 89 Karen Goodnight ' 89 Jennifer Gorden ' 89 Johnny Gordon ' 89 Anthony Gorman ' 88 Jake Gorton 89 Amy Gough ' 87 Pearson Grace ' 87 Ronald Grantham ' 87 Alfonzo Graves ' 87 David Gray ' 89 William Gray ' 89 Jeremy Green ' 89 Lurrie Green ' 88 Angela Gregory ' 88 Carolyn Gregory ' 88 Danielle Gregory ' 89 David Grider ' 88 Tammy Grift o 88 Gino Grisby ' 88 Kelly Grismore ' 89 Stacey Groomer ' 88 Tom Gross ' 87 Beverly Guernsey ' 89 Joelie Guinn ' 89 Jon Gut ' 87 David Guthrie ' 88 Michael Guyer ' 87 Gene Hadley ' 87 Melissa Hadley ' 87 Billy Hale 88 Bobby Hale 88 John Hale 87 Melinda Hale ' 89 Joanna Hall ' 89 Ronald Hall 88 Tonya Hall ' 89 Tricia Hall ' 87 Tyrone Hall 89 Mary Hamby ' 89 Kimberly Hamilton ' 89 Robert Hammonds ' 89 Bradley Hammons ' 87 Christopher Hampton ' 89 Tran atta Hardiman ' 89 Gary Hardy 89 Yalanda Harley ' 88 Cheryl Harmon 89 Dawn Harmon ' 88 Ethel Harney 89 Caroline Harper ' 87 720 Underclass Spencer Harper ' 88 William Harper ' 87 Russell Harpold 89 Christa Harris 89 Curtis Harris ' 87 Jane Harris ' 88 Kevin Harris ' 89 Nicole Harris ' 89 Robby Harris ' 87 Kevin Harrison ' 88 Bertha Hart 87 Heather Harter 88 Laura Hartsock ' 89 Sherry Haskett ' 87 Paula Haskins ' 87 Marie Hastings ' 88 Linda Havvard ' 89 Brian Hawkins ' 87 Jeffrey Hawks ' 87 Derek Hawthorne ' 87 Timothy Hayes ' 89 . j - mw _ JB9H B3BBM. flj m HBr i6tf - ' -•+■ ' SHE ■ ■ ! ■ ' i? ' BBBI Hb % . B r f A mm mt $UmmmM i " HHUHhU I jdr JH . H Far eft: Junior Penny Moore writes herself a note while selling tickets at a volleyball game. Left: Freshman student manager Terri Gilla- han watches the girls ' basketball team during warm-up. Bottom: A capacity crowd enjoys watching the mime show in the media center. Underclass 121 Top left: Sophomores Scott Wright, Julie Thompson, and Chris Anderson watch the var- sity football team in action. Top Right: Junior Yvette Givan watches the actions of her fellow students as she awaits the start of the mime show. Right: Sophomore Christy Wright finds time to read a book while selling tickets at a fresh- man basketball game. Far right: Freshman John Gordon asks a question in foods class. Jessica Heady ' 87 Lori Heizer ' 89 Patty Heizer ' 88 Shane Helvie ' 88 Scott Hendley ' 88 David Hendricks ' 87 Neiko Hendricks ' 88 Kenny Hickman ' 87 Peggy Hicks ' 88 Vincent Higgins ' 87 Holly Hill 88 Robin Hill ' 87 James Hilliard ' 87 Perry Hilliard ' 89 Troy Hilliard ' 87 Lisa Hilyard ' 89 Rene Hilyard ' 88 David Himes ' 88 Michaela Hindman ' 87 Edwin Hines ' 87 Phillip Hinton 89 7 22 ' Underclass Andrew Hodnett ' 87 Shannon Hoff 89 Roberta Hole ' 87 Alicia Holland 88 Kenneth Holland ' 89 Robert Holland ' 88 Tonya Holland ' 88 Alvin Holliday 89 Timothy Holmes ' 88 Jennifer Holton ' 89 Amy Hornback ' 89 Gregory Horner ' 87 Shawnetta Horton ' 88 Jeffrey Houpt 89 Christine House ' 89 Lorie Houston ' 89 Clarence Howard ' 87 Robert Howard ' 88 Ronda Howard ' 89 Gregory Howe ' 89 Jason Howe ' 88 Julie Howe ' 89 Chelsea Hudson ' 88 Mindi Hudson ' 88 Carrie Huggler ' 89 Dana Huggler ' 87 Shawn Hughes ' 88 James Huller ' 87 Michelle Humphries ' 89 Michael Hunt 89 Brian Hunter ' 87 Heather Hunter ' 88 Donald Huntsinger ' 88 Kenneth Hums ' 87 Lisa Hutcherson ' 87 James Hutchinson ' 88 Mark Hyatt 89 Cassandra Hyde ' 88 Stacey Ingels ' 89 Dionne Ingram ' 88 Terrance Ireland ' 89 Randy Irons ' 88 Scott Irons ' 88 Linda Ivy ' 87 Anthony Jackson ' 87 Carl Jackson ' 88 Dawn Jackson ' 88 Julie Jackson ' 88 Thomas Jackson ' 89 Carolyn Jacobs ' 88 Sheila Jacobs ' 87 Roosevelt James ' 87 Gregory Jefferson ' 89 Darrell Jenkins ' 89 Lavett Jenkins ' 89 Tanya Jenkins ' 87 Zora Jenkins ' 89 Rebecca Jennings ' 89 William Jenson ' 89 Angela Jessup ' 87 David Johns 88 Nicholas Johns ' 89 Alonzo Johnson ' 89 Underclass 1 23 Flight: During the wettest November in many years, an unidentified student runs toward the school to hide from the rain. Far right: Freshman David Marsh is deep in thought before the mime show. Anthony Johnson ' 87 Anthony Johnson ' 89 Benjamin Johnson ' 87 Cary Johnson ' 89 Darwin Johnson ' 87 Eddie Johnson ' 89 Greg Johnson ' 87 Janella Larry Leslie Racquet Ronald Sean Steven Johnson ' 89 Johnson ' 88 Johnson ' 88 Johnson ' 89 Johnson ' 89 Johnson ' 89 Johnson ' 88 Right: Members of the girls ' reserve basket- ball team clown around before the varsity game. 724 Underclass 1 ft 1 B7 J J , (V, ' ■ • ' ■N Tayjuana Johnson ' 88 Tracy Johnson ' 89 Candra Jones ' 89 David Jones ' 88 Heidi Jones ' 88 Jacqueline Jones ' 87 Joseph Jones ' 89 Julia Jones ' 88 Kimmey Jones ' 89 Sean Jones ' 89 Shannon Jones ' 89 Dwayne Jordon ' 89 Richard Judd ' 88 Melissa Kates ' 89 Rodney Kates 88 Lecia Keaton ' 87 Katharine Keck ' 87 Michelle Keeney ' 88 Dana Kees ' 88 Thomas Kehoe ' 89 Linda Keith 88 Phillip Kellar ' 87 Annette Kelly 89 Felecia Kelly 87 James Kelly ' 87 Teresa Kelley ' 89 Lorrie Kennedy ' 89 James Kidd 89 Shane Kidwell 89 Amy Kleiner ' 89 Richard Kieninger ' 89 Simone Kilbourn ' 89 Erik Kimling 89 Josh Kimmell 89 Ami Kincaid ' 88 Jeremy Kincaid ' 89 James King ' 89 Susan King ' 89 David Kingery ' 89 Patricia Kinney ' 87 April Kissee ' 89 Tamatha Koehler ' 89 Evan Kord 87 Gregory Lacey ' 89 Kevin Lackey ' 88 Roy Ladd ' 89 Kenneth Lahey ' 87 Christine Lake ' 89 Peggy Lambert ' 88 Colin Lancaster ' 88 Angela Lander ' 88 Amber Lane ' 89 Joshua Lane ' 88 Ronnie Laney ' 89 Tammie Largent ' 89 Charles Lashley ' 88 Scott Lashley ' 88 Melissa Lawmaster ' 89 Russell Lawrence ' 88 Steve Lay 88 Steven Leach ' 89 Anthony Lee ' 89 Carol Lee ' 87 Underclass 125 Rochelle Lee ' 88 Carie LeMasters ' 89 Carolyn Lewellen ' 88 Angela Lewis ' 88 Darvian Lewis ' 89 Margaret Lewis ' 87 Michael Lewis ' 88 Nelson Lewis ' 88 Robert Lewis ' 87 Tonya Lewis ' 88 David Liford ' 89 Gary Light ' 89 Carol Lilly 88 Hyacinth Lilly ' 89 Kenny Limeberry ' 89 Julie Lindley ' 87 Jason Lisby ' 88 Darrin Litter al ' 87 Carol Lobb ' 88 Craig Lockhart ' 87 Evalena Loman ' 89 Cameron Long ' 89 James Long ' 87 Kellie Long ' 89 Rebecca Long ' 88 Sandra Long ' 89 Susan Long ' 89 Terri Long ' 88 Shron Lott ' 88 Alan Lough ' 88 Jerry Lovell 88 Beverly Lowe ' 87 Robert Lowe ' 88 Roxanne Lowe ' 87 Roger Lowery ' 88 Stacie Lowery ' 89 Steven Lowery ' 89 Dara Lucas ' 87 Brian Lund ' 87 Kimberly Lungwitz ' 88 Dale Lyons ' 89 Kathryn Maciotok ' 87 David Maddrill 88 Kim Maher ' 88 Marjorie Maher ' 87 Yvonne Maier ' 89 Tyrone Mallory ' 89 Alejandro Mancillas ' 88 Matt Mandel ' 89 Michelle Mandel ' 87 Ronald Mann ' 89 Michael Mansfield ' 88 Jeffery Maple ' 89 Thomas Maple ' 89 Jeannine Maples ' 87 Rod Marcum ' 88 Sean Marcum ' 87 Thomas Marlowe ' 87 David Marsh 89 Donna Marshall ' 89 Lori Marshall ' 88 Dion Marshino ' 89 Deborah Martin ' 88 126 Underclass Far left: Larissa McLain, Ami Kincaid, and Ginger McQueen watch a freshman football game. Left: Junior Damon Clark tries his best to arouse the crowd with only two small mega- phones. Erin Martin 88 Harry Martin ' 87 Josh Martin 88 Enrique Martinez ' 88 Cheryl Mason ' 87 James Mason ' 88 Susan Massey ' 88 Kevin Massingille ' 88 David Mattingly ' 89 Amy Maxberry ' 89 Latonya Maxie ' 88 Tracy Maxie ' 88 Chris Maxieson ' 89 John Mays ' 89 Mark Mays ' 89 Chester McAtee ' 89 Constance McCallister ' 88 Brian McCary ' 89 Derreck McCauley ' 89 Lisa McClain ' 87 James McClary ' 87 Far left: Freshman Lori Stuck anxiously watches the game while she shivers from the cold weather. Left: Freshman Robb Ochs, student manager for the girls ' basketball team, watches the re- serves warm up. Underclass 127 Stacey McClary ' 89 Harry McCurdy 88 Howard McCurdy ' 89 Angela McDonald ' 89 Steven McDonald ' 87 Allison McDowell ' 88 Raettta McGee 88 Carl McGinty 89 Larissa McLain ' 89 Cindy McLaughlin ' 88 Martha McLemore ' 89 Keli McMillin ' 88 Kevin McNeely ' 88 Ginger McQueen ' 88 Crystal Mellis 88 Sherry Melton ' 88 Jonathan Mertz ' 87 Rhonda Meulen ' 88 Elyce Meyer ' 87 Leslie Meyer ' 89 Carta Middlebrook 89 Right: Some members of the homecoming crowd try to follow the action while others are far more interested in talking to their friends. Bottom: Breakdancing still draws a crowd at any dance. 1 28 Underclass fl 3$$iin £ k $ mmmmt Kathy Miley 88 Amy Miller 88 Cindy Miller 87 Diane Miller ' 87 Joyce Miller ' 87 Justine Miller ' 88 Sarah Miller 89 Treq Miller 88 Lisa Mills ' 87 Molly Mocco ' 88 Scott Mocco 87 Josh Mondary ' 87 Justin Monger ' 88 A I Moore 88 Jennifer Moore ' 87 Linda Moore ' 88 Mary Moore ' 89 Penny Moore ' 87 Porter Moore ' 87 Roger Moore ' 88 Stephanie Moore ' 89 Steven Moore ' 87 Tyrone Moore ' 87 Vincent Moore ' 89 Jim Morgan ' 88 Jeannetta Morris ' 88 Kelley Morris ' 88 Michael Morris ' 88 Monica Morris ' 89 Sean Morton ' 88 Jerri Mosley ' 87 Kenneth Moss ' 87 Elisa Muir ' 89 James Muir ' 88 Amy Mumaw ' 88 Ricky Mundy ' 89 Thomas Munford ' 88 Patricia Murphy ' 89 Dana Myers ' 87 Donald Myers ' 89 Connie Napier ' 89 Lizzia Naue ' 87 Cherie Navarra ' 88 Kimberly Neal ' 87 Richard Neal 89 Michael Neely ' 87 Michelle Nelson ' 87 Mindi Neville ' 89 Sarita Neville 89 Daniel Newman ' 87 James Nichols ' 88 Tina Nichols 89 Greg Nicholson ' 89 William Nicoson ' 89 Jeffrey Nolan 87 Heidi Norr ' 87 Charlie Northrup ' 89 Cassaundra Nott ' 88 Keith Nuckols 88 Steve Oberlander ' 89 Dana Ochs 88 Robb Ochs 89 Sherri Ochs 89 Underclass 129 Top: Jason Scott watches a wrestling match on one mat while Odie Alexander watches one at the other end. Right: Junior Jarod Pearcy seems amazed at the spectacular performances on the field as the Hornet football team takes on Warren Cen- tral. Far right: Rhonda Storm waits for more cus- tomers to buy tickets to the soccer game. Donoval Oldham ' 87 James Oleksy ' 89 Stephanie Oleksy ' 87 Tobi Oliphant ' 89 George Oliver ' 88 Darrin Orr ' 89 Richard Orr 88 Alfred Osborne 88 Bruce Outlaw ' 87 Andrew Owens ' 88 Lisa Owens ' 88 Renee Palmer ' 88 Donald Parker 89 Willie Parker 89 TICKETS MTS $ 2 m SWFS 5 jft 7 30 Underclass Jeffery Parks ' 87 Pamela Parks ' 88 Jeff Parmelee ' 88 Jon Parmelee ' 87 Penny Parmer ' 89 Clarence Parson ' 87 Brian Partin 89 Anita Patterson ' 87 Curtis Payne ' 87 Jarod Pearcy ' 87 Daphne Pemberton ' 88 Jeffrey Pennington ' 88 Roy Pennington ' 87 Teresa Pennington ' 87 Theresa Pennington ' 88 Steven Peoples ' 89 Anita Perry ' 88 Demetria Perry ' 88 Freddie Perry ' 88 Jeffrey Perry ' 88 Michelle Perry ' 88 Shell a Perry ' 89 Jason Pershing ' 89 Jerry Petree ' 87 Julia Pettigrew 89 Ralph Pettus ' 89 Jacqueline Peyton ' 89 Kenneth Pfile ' 89 Donnie Phelps ' 89 Willie Phillips ' 87 Bruce Pickens ' 88 Nicole Pickens 88 Devonda Pickett ' 87 Steven Pickett ' 89 Sirena Pierson ' 88 Donald Pinkston ' 88 Anglia Pitt man ' 87 Judith Pittman ' 89 Nicole Pittman 88 Ty Pittman 88 Kimberly Placek ' 89 Mark Plunkitt 89 Sherrie Pollett ' 87 Heather Polston ' 89 Tyrone Poole ' 88 Trent Porter ' 87 Donna Potts ' 89 Brenda Powell ' 87 Tonya Powell ' 89 Tanzi Powers ' 89 Pam Prather 89 Michelle Prewitt ' 89 Tracy Prewitt ' 89 Katasha Price 88 Kimberly Pritt 87 Geretha Proctor ' 89 Eric Pugh 88 Elizabeth Purvis ' 88 Michael Quick 89 David Radford 89 James Radford ' 89 Carol Ragle 88 Donald Ramsey ' 88 Underclass 131 Angela Rau ' 89 Beth Receveur ' 89 Lisa Reecer ' 89 Dewayne Reed ' 88 Mark Reed ' 87 Nicole Reedus ' 89 Jason Riggs ' 88 Joy Riley ' 87 David Ringlespaugh ' 88 Debra Risper ' 87 Greg Roach ' 89 Ericka Roberts ' 89 Jonathan Roberts ' 88 Kim Roberts ' 89 William Roberts ' 89 Antonio Robertson ' 89 John Robinson ' 88 Stacy Robinson ' 88 Cheryl Rogers ' 88 Geanene Rogers ' 89 Michael Rogers ' 89 Paula Rogers ' 89 Rose Rogers ' 88 Theo Rogers ' 87 Cindy Roosa 89 Aimee Rosales ' 89 Antonio Rowe ' 87 Sandra Ruble ' 87 Michael Rushton ' 89 Kasandra Russ ' 87 Beryl Russell 87 Jane Russell ' 88 Anjeanette Rutledge ' 87 Lena Ryan ' 87 Toni Ryan ' 89 John Saddler 88 Linda Salazar ' 88 Robert Sanders ' 88 Monica Sansbury ' 88 Janie Sansone ' 87 Rochelle Saunders ' 88 Nick Savage ' 87 Pam Schaefer ' 88 Susan Schlemmer ' 87 Susan Schlenz ' 88 Brian Schoen ' 87 Scott Schoen ' 89 Sue Schultheis " 89 Alicia Schumpert ' 89 Kathleen Schwedler ' 87 Kelly Schweitzer 88 Edwin Scott ' 88 Jason Scott ' 89 Katherine Scott 89 Mario Scott ' 89 Meachun Scott ' 89 Pedro Scott 87 Ricky Scott ' 89 Rolanda Scott 89 Shuron Scott ' 89 Tammy Scott ' 88 Tyrone Scott ' 89 Karen Sedam ' 89 132 Underclass Upper left: Sophomore Monica Vasile and Mitch Fedak of New Palestine watch the soc- cer game on the field. Upper right: Junior Amy Deeter looks over her homework in child care before she turns it in. Left: Freshmen Cary Johnson and Tony Dean chat after finishing their lunch. Susannah Seifert ' 88 Brad Severance ' 87 Ryan Shackelford 89 Tyreina Shanks ' 88 Debra Sharer ' 87 Ronald Sheedy " 87 Stewart Shelton 89 Bruce Sherels ' 88 Dennis Sherfick ' 89 Jeffrey Sherfick 88 Shannon Shifkowski ' 87 Anthony Sholar ' 88 Matt Silvers 88 Dwight Simmons ' 89 Tim Simmons ' 88 Ervin Sims ' 87 Michael Sinnott ' 89 Mathew Slaughter ' 87 Lisa Sloan 88 Alita Smith ' 88 Angela Smith ' 89 Underclass 133 Right: Aaron Flora really fits the role of George Michael of Wham as he lip syncs to " Free- dom. " Far right: Junior Lara Thackray listens intently to the Pops Concert. Ann Smith ' 89 Anthony Smith 89 Anthony Smith 89 Brenda Smith ' 87 Carrie Smith ' 88 Charles Smith 88 Dana Smith ' 89 Danena Smith ' 87 Darreii Smith ' 88 Elijah Smith 89 Ernest Smith ' 88 Heretta Smith ' 89 Isaac Smith 88 James Smith 89 Jeffrey Smith 87 Jerry Smith ' 88 Leslie Smith ' 88 Leslie Smith ' 89 Lester Smith ■88 Lisa Smith ' 89 Lori Smith ' 89 Right: Susie Warren and Jessica Heady watch the football game with great interest. Far right: Sophomore Guy Booher and junior Dennis Trinkle perform with the concert choir at the Pops Concert. 134 Underclass Maurice Smith ' 88 Richard Smith ' 87 Robert C. Smith ' 87 Robert S. Smith ' 87 Jimmy Smith ' 88 Tina Smith ' 88 Charles Sommers ' 87 Steve Sommerville ' 87 Jeffery Spargur ' 87 Brenda Sparks ' 89 Lakeescia Spearman ' 88 James Spears ' 87 Kathy Spears ' 89 Richard Spears ' 88 Shannon Spencer ' 87 Jeffrey Spiggle ' 87 Christina Spiker ' 87 Joseph Spiker ' 89 Mary Spinks ' 87 David Springer ' 89 Amanda St. Lawrence ' 89 Mark St. Martin ' 87 Richard Stargel ' 88 Telisa Steele ' 87 Robert Stephens ' 87 Craig Stephenson ' 89 Daniel Stewart ' 88 Shane Stewart ' 89 Lesley Stinson ' 87 James Stipanovic ' 89 Amy Stone ' 87 Jeff Stone ' 89 Rhonda Storm ' 87 Richard Storm ' 89 Gloria Strode ' 88 Lori Stuck ' 89 Roy Sublett ' 89 Cassandra Suiter ' 89 Shawn Sullivan ' 88 Paul Summer ' 88 Kimberly Sumpter ' 87 Eric Sutton ' 87 Evan Sutton ' 89 Rudonna Sutton ' 89 Connie Swartsell ' 89 John Swartsell ' 89 Daniel Sweatt ' 87 Laura Sweeney ' 88 Steve Swindle ' 89 Ronald Syra ' 89 Chris Tanber 88 Mitchell Tandy 89 Jennifer Tarplee ' 87 David Tarver ' 89 Renea Tarver ' 88 Katherine Taylor ' 87 Stacey Taylor ' 87 Angie Teague ' 89 Kellie Terry 87 Kina Thackray ' 87 Lara Thackray ' 87 Ann Thomas ' 89 Cassandra Thomas ' 88 Underclass 135 Coretta Thomas ' 89 Donald Thomas ' 87 Mamie Thomas ' 88 Arthur Thompson ' 88 Brian Thompson ' 89 Damn Thompson ' 89 Jonathan Thompson ' 88 Julie Thompson ' 88 Lisa Thompson ' 88 Cassandra Thornton ' 87 Nicholas Tides ' 89 Joe Tier nan ' 87 Dewana Tigner ' 88 Shawnna Tigner ' 89 Alan Todd ' 87 Kenneth Todd ' 89 Stephen Todd ' 88 Eugene Toles ' 89 Michael Tom ' 88 Eugene Toney ' 89 Tina Toney ' 87 Stephanie Trees ' 89 Re gin a Trent ' 89 Dennis Trinkle ' 87 Jamie Tucher ' 88 Sheri Tuggle ' 88 Alisha Turner ' 88 Jennifer Turner ' 87 Judith Turner ' 88 Sheila Turner 89 Monty Uhls 89 Rachel Van Duyn ' 88 Brian Vardiman ' 87 David Vargas ' 87 Adriana Vasile ' 88 Monica Vasile ' 88 Kristina Vibbert ' 89 Shanna Vibbert ' 87 Patricia Vie 87 Rachele Wagoner ' 87 Jason Wahl 89 Arthur Walden ' 89 Jamaine Walker ' 89 John Walker 89 Leigh Walker ' 87 Robert Walker 88 Tony Walker 89 Bryant Wallace ' 89 Vicky Wallace 88 Diana Walters ' 88 Kimberly Walton 89 Becky Wampler ' 88 Octember Wamsher ' 89 Karen Ward 89 Linda Ward ' 88 Steve Ward ' 88 Susie Warren ' 87 Steven Warsaw ' 88 Cynthia Washington ' 87 Gregory Washington ' 87 Wanda Washington ' 88 Jason Wat kins ' 89 Krisunee Watkins ' 88 136 Underclass Top: Junior Wayland Coe checks to make sure everything is in his locker at the beginning of the day. Far left: Junior Rebecca Wilcher watches oth- er performers while she awaits her turn to perform at the fall Pops Concert. Left: Junior Jennifer Turner is engrossed in her thoughts before the mime show. Teresa Watkins ' 87 Richard Watson 87 Tameka Watson ' 89 Dawn Watts ' 89 Michelle Watts 88 Edward Weaver ' 87 Michelle Weaver ' 89 Kimberly Weeden ' 87 Michelle Weinke ' 88 Todd Weisel 88 James Welch ' 89 Jerry Wells 89 Emery Wentworth ' 89 Jeffrey Wessel 88 James West ' 87 Stacey West 89 Michael Whitaker ' 87 Tina Whitaker 89 Bradley J. White 87 Michael White 89 Nicole White 89 Underclass 137 Richard White ' 88 Teena White ' 87 Steven Todd Whitehead ' 87 Gary Whiteside 89 Joseph Whitney ' 88 Tina Whitten ' 88 Carolyn Whyde 88 Susan Wilhoite ' 88 Grant Wilkerson ' 89 Julie Wilkinson ' 87 Andre Williams 89 Ezra Williams ' 87 Kelli Williams ' 87 Madonna Williams ' 88 Maria Williams ' 89 Matt Williams ' 89 Micheal Williams ' 87 Rachel Williams ' 88 Timothy Williamson ' 88 Kimberly Willis ' 89 Trina Willis 87 David Wilson 88 Elwyn Wilson ' 88 Jennifer Wilson ' 88 Joy Wilson ' 87 Kristina Wilson ' 88 Michelle Wilson ' 88 James Wimberly ' 89 Darin Wimsatt ' 89 Stacy Winans ' 89 Steven Wineberg ' 87 Dina Winfrey ' 89 Tom Wingfield ' 87 Evelyn Winslow ' 88 Kathy Woods ' 89 Susan Woods ' 88 Tammi Woods ' 88 James Worth ' 89 Scott Worth ' 89 Sabrina Wortham ' 88 Dawn Wratten ' 88 Arthur Wright ' 87 Bruce Wright ' 87 Christine Wright ' 88 James Wright ' 88 Kevin Wright ' 89 Kim Wright ' 89 Scott Wright ' 88 Shane Wright ' 89 Jeffrey Wyatt ' 89 Mark Wynalda ' 88 Dawn Wynne ' 89 John Yanich ' 89 William Yates ' 87 Ronald Yeary 87 Deborah York 89 Delisa Young ' 89 Malinda Young ' 89 Shonnida Young ' 89 Way man Young ' 89 Lisa Zachery ' 87 Jason Zaphiriou ' 88 Jimmy Zollner ' 88 138 Underclass Top: Angie Smith, Jimmy Long, and Jennifer Endsley chat during a game. Above: Junior Cindy Bryant and freshman Jenny Gorden cheer on the Howe team at the city swim meet. Left: Sophomore Mose Clark keeps the beat during lunch while waiting for the bell to ring. Underclass ' 1 39 Powderpuff game exciting again Autumn is a time of falling leaves, brisk weather and, of course, football. Countless thousands of boys across America practice through the heat of summer and wet weather of early autumn just for the thrill of competition on a few Friday nights each year. Where the boys are, the girls are bound to be also. At Howe and many other schools around the country, a few daring girls each year try to prove that they can play football just as entertainingly, if not as well, as their male counterparts. One night a year they meet on the gridiron, class against class and club against club, to prove that they too are football players. The results are entertaining, amusing, and often exciting. This fall ' s annual powderpuff football game was entertaining as always and sprinkled with excitement as the freshman senior team de- feated the sophomore junior group by a 13-0 score behind the running of senior track stars Jennifer Guthrie and Kim Jointer. Top: Senior Michael Hunter poses as a cheerleader for the powderpuff game. Above: Senior Jenny Guthrie carries the ball past junior Amy Gable. Above, right: Sophomore Ginger McQueen goes down hard on the field. Right, center: Danny Stewart handles a marker for the game. Far right: Senior Kim Jointer looks for a hole to run through. 1 40 Powderpuff Top right: SOPHOMORE JUNIOR TEAM. Names not available. Right center: SENIOR FRESHMAN TEAM. Names not available. Above: An enthusiastic crowd shows off for the camera. Left: Lynette Corey, Jenny Guthrie, and Elena Corpuz await the ball. Powder puff 141 Staff Frank Tout — Principal Bruce Beck — Vice-Principal Ligon Drane — Vice-Principal Beatrice Adams — Guidance Clerk Patricia Aman — Business, Student Council James Arvin — Physical Education Department Chairman (Spring 1986), Wrestling, Football Mattie Ballow — Guidance Mary Bancroft — English Deborah Bareford — Business, Distributive Education, DECA Richard Beck — English Margaret Benson — Dean of Students Robert Berry — Guidance Robert Bramblett — Music, Madrigals, Varsity Singers Louis Bray — Aide Michael Bryant — Aide, Basketball Equipment Manager William Buckley — Foreign Language, Science Deanna Byrd — Curriculum Clerk Elizabeth Cooper — Special Education, Cheerleaders Audrey Come — Science Burnel Coulon — Dean of Students 142 Staff Upper left: Accounting instructor John Skene listens to a student question. Upper right: Health instructor Jim Arvin shows his students a pamphlet on how to raise a child ' s I.Q. Left: Otis Curry takes part in the aerobics program sponsored by the girls ' track team during the spring. Above: Computer lab assistant Cynthia Schick counts the number of students using the lab. Staff 143 Right: CUSTODIAL STAFF. Harold Ford, Jr., Ernest Thomas, Carl E. Duffy, Virginia Stewart, Lewis Patterson, Charles Easton, Tellie Stewart, Travis Boyd, Dalton Dale, Philip Mosiman, Danny Ratliff, Robert Monroe, Charles E. Kendall. Below: Social studies teacher Walter Davis waits for his turn to run off a test on the copy machine. Center right: CAFETERIA STAFF. Front row: Beverly Carlett, Silvana Ferri, Judy Newman, Rosie Sechrest, Monica Shiflet. Second row: Esther Chambless, Lois Slayton, Devera York, Alma Tinsley, Melvie Wiley, Doro- thy Dixon, Kathy Kidwell, Pauline Dotson, Willy DeCa- lonne, Katie Maudlin, Betty Bruno, Henrietta Larison, Ma- ria Perin. Third row: Dwayne Peterson. Lower left: Long-time 400 Club member Joe Pietro pre- pares for the first basketball crowd. Lower right: Media specialist Irvin Haas and English De- partment chairman John Ervin are engrossed in the mime show. 144 Staff Otis Curry — Girls ' Basketball Mary Dewitz — English E. Dale Dinkens — English, Hilltopper Carl Duffy — Head Custodian Doris Duncan — Art Department Chairman Robert Edwards — Science Department Chairman Elizabeth Elder — Mathematics John Ervin — English Department Chairman Ron Finkbinei — Social Studies, Football, Girls ' Tennis, Quiz Team Selma Fisher — Evening Division Clerk Carolyn Freeman — Mathematics Mu Alpha Theta Phillip Greenwood — Security Irwin Haas — Media Specialist, Media Club Ann Hall — Special Education Joan Hancock — Foreign Language Dalle ne Harpold — Clerk Richard Harpold — Mathematics, Football Doris Hasler — Home Economics Department Chairman Shirley Hembd — Home Economics Raymond Hulce — Foreign Language Department Chairman Tim Jessup — Science, Boys ' Track Dewain Johnson — Industrial Arts Deborah Jones — Treasurer Evelyn Keaton — Science, National Honor Society Staff 145 Above: Madrigal director Robert Bramblett looks down from the light control booth as his singers perform on a darkened stage. Upper right: Popular social studies teacher Ron Finkbiner smilingly answers a student question during mock election preparation. Right: Howard Boyd, who spends many hours in the concession stand each week, waits for the rush to begin. 7 46 Staff Patricia Kuhn — English Jo Anna Leffler — Media Center Director, Media Club Thomas Lewis — Music Department Chairman, Concert Choir, Musical Leone Little — Social Studies Department Chairman Frank Loll — Special Education, Business Manager James Lynch — Art, Director of Productions Virginia McClellan — Attendance Clerk Penelope McNeish — Business Department Chairman Leona McPherson — Business Linda Miller — Science Bette Moore — Registrar William Morris — Industrial Arts, Fall Equipment Manager Shirley Neal — English, Hornet Honeys, Pen Points James Perkins — Physical Education Department Chairman (Fall 1985), Girls ' Track Yvonne Perry — Business, Cooperative Office Education, OEA Charles Pirtle — Art, Softball David Poncar — Music, Band, Orchestra Alice Purvis — Mathematics, Volleyball, Girls ' Track Paula Reid — Special Education Department Chairman Lola Sargent — Aide Ethel Seitz — English Rita Simmons — Home Economics, Cheerleaders Darlene Sipes — Aide John Skene — Business, Chess Club Staff 147 David Smartz — Guidance Shirley Smith — English, Pen Points, Senior Play William Smith — Science, Football Errol Spears — Social Studies, Baseball, Boys ' Tennis, Quiz Team David Stahly — Evening Division Director, Science David Stewart — Social Studies, Soccer Phyllis Thomas — Clerk James Thompson — Physical Education, Boys ' Basketball Thomas Totten — Guidance Frances Valentine — Secretary Joseph Vollmer — English, Girls ' Golf Charles Walter — Mathematics Roxy Watson — Mathematics Bettie Webb — Aide Wayne Wellington — Industria l Arts Department Chairman Randy Wemple — Special Education Lynn Whittemore — Special Education, Mat Maids Sandra Williams — Business Mary Wills — Aide Betty Woods — Physical Education, Equipment Manager James Yarber — Science Arretia Young — Aide 148 Staff Upper left: Physical education instructor James Thomp- son illustrates the proper way to do a pull-up. Upper right: Betty Woods enjoys an after-school aero- bics session with the girls ' track team. Above: German teacher William Buckley works on les- sons during a preparation period. Left: Sgt. Phillip Greenwood and dean of students Marga- ret Benson help make the cafeteria an orderly place. Staff 149 Index Abel, Anglia - 112 Abet, Anthony — 112 Abella, David — 58 Abney, Jeffrey — 100 Actort, Richard — 1 1 2 Adams, Beatrice — 142 Adams. David — 14, 15, 16, 17, 112 Adams, Scott — 112 Ahmad, tamont — 34, 35, 73, 112 Adventure Team — 31 Alexander, Kristy — 112 " Alexander, Melissa — 100 Alexander, Gcfie — 14,- 1 1 2, 1 30 Atexioa. Kailiopi — 1 1 2 Ailen. Date — 8? Alien, Deana — 100 Allen, Renee — 15 Allen, Richie — 112 Aman, P3tncia — 142 Anderson, Angela — 112 Anderson, Chris — 55. 57. 58, 112, 115 122 Anderson, David — 1 1 2 Anderson. Nicole — 112 Announcement Crew — 36 Apollos, Sabra — 112 Arbogast, Eric — 74, 112 Archer. Kelly — 59, 100 Archey , Tiffiani — 1 1 2 Arellano, Genine — 1 1 2 Armstrong, Anthony — 100, 102 Armstrong. Cherrie — 112 Armstrong. June — ■ 1 1 2 Armstrong, Mlchele — - 1 1 2 Ar m, James — 73. 142 143 Ashby, Latasha — 1 1 2 Atchtey, Pamela —112 Atkinson. Vernon —112 Aumann, Theresa — 112 Avers, Amy — 11 2 Avers. Dennis --• 100 Ayers. Kathrvn — 30. 31 1 12 B Babbs. Dawn — 22 100 Babbs. Jeff — 1 1 2 B3bbs, Melissa — 112 8abcock, Stephanie — 36, 37, 100 Bailey, Angela — 14, 16, 17, 112 Bakpr. Andrew — 100 Baker. Jono — 112 Baker, Kimberly — 36. 37. 100 Baker, Metinda — IB, 112 Baker, Roberta —15, 36, 37, 100 Baker, Stephanie — 100 Baker, Steven — 112 Baldwin, Tracy — 112 Ball. Shawn — 112 Bstlow, Mattie — 142 Bancroft, Mary — 142 Band — 14 Bandy, Rob — 112 Banks, Remona — 1 1 2 Bareford, Deborah — 36, 37, 142 Barger, Tina — 22, 42, 100 Barker, Susan — 1 1 2 Basketball, Boys ' Freshman — 85 Basketball, Boys ' Reserve — 85 Basketball, Boys ' Varsity — 85 Basketball, Girls ' Reserve — 86 Basketball, Girls ' Varsity — 86 Bates, Bobby — 112 Bates, Jenean — 14, 112 Bates, Michael — 1 1 2 Baugh, Melinda — 1 1 2 Bays, Joel — 112 Beach, Kellie — Bear, David — 112 Beasley, Melissa — 112 Beaver, Jocille — Beck, Amy — 1 1 2 Beck, Bruce — 142 Beck, Richard — 142 Beech, Peggy — 112 Belcher, Beverly — 36, 36 Belcher, Bobby — 1 1 2 Benefiel, Deborah — 1 1 2 Bennett, Michelle — • 73, 112 Benson, Margaret - — 142, 149 Berry, Robert — 142 Berry. Teresa — 15 ' . 112 Bibbs, Lauell — 112 Team — 36 inifer —112 Billingsly, Michael — 14 Sills William — 1 12 Bmklev. Jimmy — 112 Bishop Stacey — 112 8lanch3rd, Diane — 1 13 Blazek Keith — 73. 85 1 13 Blazek, Teresa — 113 Bloomer, George — - 1 13 8oeklt, David — 67, 74. 100 Boicoort. Duane — 1 13 Boiler. Darla — 113 Boiler, Daymond — 14. 113 Bonar Noell — 100 Booher Guy — 15, 16. 74, 1i: Bosiey, Karry •— 113 8ottorff, Maria — 1 13 Bowles. David — 100 Bowling, Mark — 1 13 Bowman, Darren — 58. 113 Boyd, Brian — 15. 16 : l MBHI Boyd Reuben - Boyd. Travis Brambleft. Robert — 142 Branham, Darla — 113 Branbam. Kevin — 59 8ranham. Lanone — 31, 34, 35, 1 13 8rash«ars. Charlotte --- 36, 37 BraU-her, William — 1 13 BraUain, Leandra — 113 Brgun Rebecca — 1 ' 3 Bray, Louis — 142 Bredensteiner. Kurt — 113 Breedlove Topi — 113 Brewer, Sill — 113 Bridges, Jennifer — 113 Briggs, James — 1 13 Bright, Tammy — 113 Britain, Angela — 36, 37, 100 Britt, Mark — 113 Brittam, Larry — 113 Brittain, Lorri — 113 Broaden, Norman — 31, 1 13 Brooks, 8ryan — 87, 113 Brooks, Scott — 59, 73, 113 Brooks, Tanya — 113 Brooks, William — 100 Brown, Anthony — 14, 113 Brown, Charlie — 73, 85 Brown, John — 113 Brown, Judy — 113 Brown, Michael — 74, 85, 1 14 8rown, Rita - 84, 1 14 Brown, Teresa — 1 14 Brown, Vera — 114 Browning, Gregory — 34, 35, 114 Browning, Grover — 34, 35, 36, 37, 144 Bruce, James — 144 Brunei, Christine — 16, 73, 109 Bruno, Betty — - 144 Bryant, Charlene — 144 Bryant, Cindy — 34, 35, 57, 144, 13 Bryant, Cynthia — 114 Bryant, Michael — 142 Bryant, Tim — 1 42 B uchanan, Virginia — 14, 15, 34, 35, 114 Buckley, -William — 34, 35, 106, 142, 144 Bullitt, William —114 Burck, Daniel — 58, 75, 1 14 Burge, Beverly— 114 Burgett, Terry — 73, 87 Burks, Aaron — 14, 114 Syrmeistef , Cynthia — 114 Burns, James — 1 14 Burton, Matt — 74, 114 Bussey, Jane — 36, 37, 75, 114 Butcher, Kim — 114 Butterfieid, Scott — 100 Byer, Heather — 114 Byrd, Carrie — 15 Byrd, Daphne — 54, 59, 75, 86, 1 14 Byrd Deanna — 142 Byrd. Tim — 100, 102 Cade, William — 1 1.4 Cafeteria Staff — 1 44 Cafuze, John — 114 Campbell, Alberta — 55. 59 Campbell. Casey — 73. 85. 114 Campbell, Crystal — 34, 35. 86. Campbell. 6uc Campbell. Shau Canter. Gary — 30. 114 ?: v - Daniel ■ — 36- 37 1O0 CiCo 5 ' I " - . — ' - C3pshaw, Debr3 -- 74, 86, 114 Cariett 8eve " y — J 44 Cariisse,- Kenneth : — 114 Cariyfa, Sheila — 1 1 4 Carmer. Melissa — 14. 1 14 Carr Anthony — 53, 8?, 114 Carr, Lincoln — 34, 35, 1 14 Carr, Tony — 59, 100 Carr, Tyrone — 31, 114 Carrig, Krista — 1 14 Carson, Shannon — 1 14 Carter, Leander — 1 14 Carter, RocheDe — 114 Carter, Tanya — 114 Cary, Marc — 1 14 Caster, Ann — 1 14 Caster, Carm — 114 Caff, Debbie — 59, 1 1 4 Cavin, Cari — 34. 35, 36, 37, 54. 55, 100 Caylor, Lisa — 1 14 Chambless, Esther — 144 e g toe, uani Coe, Way Poffin Ki Cooper, Sonya - — 1 18 Cooper, Tamara — 36, 37, 101, 1( Cooper, Trad - — , 116 Gorbett, Carofioe — 1 16 Corey, L ette — 34, 35, 54, 101 Corey, Michael — 116 Corey, Timothy — 1 18 Corne, Audrey — 142 Corpus, Elena — 1 16 Cosby. Anitra — 59 Cosby, Rhonda — 15. 116 Cosner, Lawrence — 116 ISO Index _L Cosner. Michael — 101. 106 Cotterman, Tammy — 116 Couch, Connie — 116 Coulon, Burnel — 142 Covington, Brenda — 36, 37, 101 Cox, Todd — 116 Crafton, Tammy — 117 Craig, David — 73, 117 Craigmiles, Steven — 117 Crawford, Witliameatra — Crawley, Shem — 117 Creasey, Gary —117 Credits — 160 Crews, Gary — 1 1 7 Crews, Melisa — 117 Crittenden, Denise — 15, 117 Crockett, Darla — 1 1 7 Crockett, Latonya —117 Cross Country, Boys — 74 Cross Country, Girls — 74 Crouch, Rock — 1 1 7 Crowe, Cassandra — 59, 86, 117 Culvahouse, Jerri — 117 Cunningham, Darlene — 117 Cunningham, Michael — 117 Cupp, Angelia — 117 Corrie, Ken — 117 Currtn, Mark — 1 1 7 Curry, Otis — 59, 74, 143, 145 Custodial — 144 Cwikla. David — 1 1 7 D Dailey, Robert — 117 Dale, Dalton — 144 Daniels, Adria — 117 Daniels, Janet — 31, 117 Davidson, Crystal — 117 Davidson, Donna — 1 1 7 Davidson, Jesse — 117 Davis, Angela — 36, 37, 102 Davis, Anthony — 117 Davis, Brenda — 117 Davis, Damon — 117 Davis. Jerome — 14, 15, 16, 50, 58, 117 Davis, Joan — 1 1 7 Davis, Julia — 117 Davis, Lisa — 1 1 7 Davis, Michelle — 1 1 7 Davis, Stephanie — 1 17 Davis, Timothy — 1 1 7 Davis, Walter — 144 Davis, Yvette — 1 1 7 Day, Amy — 1 1 7 Day, Michael — 117 Day, Tyrone — 101 Day, William — 117 Dea, Letnann — 117 Deacon, Rickey — 1 1 7 Deal, Victoria 15, 86, 117 Dean, Anthony -- 73, 117, 133 Dean, James — 117 Dean, Tammy — 36, 37, 101 Dean, Tina — 1 17 DeArmond, Jimmy — 101 Dearth, James — 16, 17, 117 DeBerry, Ellis — 73 DeBerry, Lamont — 117 DeSruhl, Dan — 117 DECA — 36, 37 DeCalonne, Willy - 144 DeCastro, Roselyn --- 117 Deeter, Amy — 117, 133 Deeter, Jeffrey — 73, 117 Deeter, Tom — 74, 117 DeJoumett, Leroy — 101 Deltinger, Kristie — 101 Dennison, Donna — 117 Denton, Tracy — 14, 117 Dewalt, Marcella — 1 1 7 Dewitt, Lori — 117 Dewitz, Mary — 145 Dinkens, E. Dale — 145 Dixon, Dorothy — 144 Doan, Natalie — 117 Dockery, Curtis — 117 Dodson, Brian — 1 1 7 Dodson, James — 117 Domino, Tom —116 Donelson, Martin — 117 Donigan, Lavonzella — 117 Oonofrio, Frankie — 117 Dotson, Pauline — 144 Douglas, Tammy — 94. 118 Douthit, Michael — 118 Downs, Mark — 118 Downs, Robert — 1 1 8 Downs, Roosevelt — 118 Dozier, Adrian — 73, 102 Dozier, Malaika — 34, 35, 1 18 142 31 Drill Team, Male — - 3 1 Dairy, Jennifer — 118 Dubree, Donna — 118 Duffy, Carl — 144, 145 Dogger, David —118 Duncan, Doris — 145 Dunlap, Kristy — 16, 17, 34, 35, 40, 41, 72, 73, 102 Dunlap, Steve — 65, 73 Dunn, Mattie — 118 Dunz, John — 73, 118 Dunz, Robert - 36, 37, 118 Dyer, James — 118 Dyer, Laura — 118 Ealy, Latoya — 31, 118 Earls, Michelle — 118 Easton, Charles — • 144 Eby, Walter — 1 18 Edeos, Joseph — 118 Edgar, Barbara — 30. 31, 118 Edmond, John — 85, 118 Edmonds, Damon — 118 Edmonson, Tona — 119 Edwards, Lisa — 102 Edwards, Robert — 40, 41, 145 Edwards, Shana —119 Edwards, Sherry — 15, 119 Edwards, Tina — 119 Enters, Brian — 119 Eichacker, Philip — 15, 16, 17, 102 Elder, Elizabeth — 145 Ellis, Dana — 119 Ellis, Maurice — 102 Embry, Barbara — 119 Embry, Ericka — 57, 119 Embry, Heather — 73 Emerson, David •— 119 Emery, Heather — 35, 35, 102 Endsley, Christine -- 14, 16, 17, 57, 102 Endsley, Jennifer — 119, 139 Engle. Jeff — 115, 119 Ervin, John — 144, 145 Etheridge, Janice — 102 Evans, Barry — 14, 73, 119 Evans, Kimberly — 119 Evans, Vicki — 102 Faryna, Kim — 118, 119 Faubion, Bonnie — 119 Fedak, Mitch - 133 Felts, Greg — 119 Ferguson, Candida — 119 Ferrell, Kim — 59, 74, 119 Ferri, Silvana — 144 Fetty, Eric — 36, 37, 66, 75. 102 Fetty, Kimberly — 59, 119 Fines, Jennifer — 15, 119 Finkbiner, Ron — 54, 57, 73, 145, 146 Fishburn, Andrea — 14, 119 Fisher, Debra — 22, 30, 31, 119 Fisher, Jennee — 31, 119 Fisher, Sefma — 145 Flaherty, Kathleen — 1 1 9 Flaherty, Tim — 34, 35, 103 Flanary, Christina — 119 Flora, Aaron — 119, 134 Floyd, Kelly — 15, 103 Foley, Victoria — 11 9 Foltz, Adam — 103 Foltz, Krista — 54, 47, 119 Foltz, Sarah — 119 Fontanella, Michele — 103 Ford. Harold — 144 Ford, Karen — 119 Forster, Cathy ■- 45, 103 Fortune, Dawn — 119 Foster, Alfreds — 1 1 9 Foster, Ricky — 119 Foster, Virginia — Fowler, Brian — 1 19 Fowler, Mark — 103 Fox, Mary — 119 Fox. Susan — 103 Franklin. Amanda — 119 Franklin, Kari — 119 Franklin, Tina — 119 Frederickson, Jill — 15, 16, 17, 57, 73, 119 Freed, Cynthia — 59, 119 Freeman, Carolyn — 36, 37, 145 Freemont, Kristy — 119 Freemont, Lisa — 119 Freitag, Melissa — 1 1 9 French, Lisa — 103 Frost, Tonya — 103 Frye, Tikieyie — 119 Fuller, Karta — 119 Fulton, Kyle — 50, 55, 58. 103 Fulton, Ryan — 1 1 9 Futa, Joseph — 1 19 Fultz, Michael — 119 Furnish, Pennie — 119 Futch, Christopher 1 1 9 Gable, Amy — 16, 17, 70, 72, 119 Gadis, Lawrence — 119 Gaines, Theodore — 119 Gamble. James — 103 Gant, Shawntez — 119 Gant. Shonie — 119 Gard, David — 30, 31. 103 Gardner, Kimberly — 119 Garrett, Royetta — 119 Garza, Dawn — 119 Garza, Regina — 15, 16, 17, 103. 110, 111 Gavin, Jeffrey — 73, 87, 119 Gebbart, Jerry — 119 George, James — 73, 119 George, Paula — 119 German Club — 34 Germany, Donald — 120 Gibbons, Daniel — 44, 120 Gibbs, Jerome — 85 Gibson, James — 103 Gil, Jose — 120 Giilahan, Terri — 75, 120, 121 Gilliland, Julie — 75 Givan, Daniel — 44 Givan, Dora — 14, 87, 120 Givan, Yvette — 14, 15, 34, 35, 120, 122 Glover, Erika — 120 Glover, Priscilla — 40, 41 Goggans, Victoria — 34, 35, 103 Golden, William — 31, 120 Goldsberry, Cathy — 1 20 Golf, Girls — 72 Gomez, Amanda — 36, 37 Gomez, Andy — 1 20 Gomez, Ernesto — 120 Gomez, Jose — 120 Gomez, Michael — 120 Gomillia, Daymon — 85 Goins, Connie — 113 Gonzalez, Dax — 58, 73, 85 Gooch, Monica — 36, 37. 103 Goodnight, Karen — 120 Gorden, Jennifer — 1 20, 1 39 Gordon, Johnny — 75, 102, 120 Gorman, Anthony — 57, 59, 73, 86, 120 Gorton, Jake — 120 Gough, Amy — 14, 120 Grace, Pearson — 71, 73, 120 Grantham, Ronald — 120 Graves, Alfonzo — 120 Gray, David — 120 Gray, Lisa — 15 Gray, Teresa — 15 Gray, William — 1 20 Grayson, Ronald — 87, 120 Green, Jeremy — 73, 87, 120 Green, Lurrie — 120 Greenwood, Phillip — 145, 149 Gregory. Angela — 120 Gregory, Carolyn — 1 20 Gregory, Danielle — 34, 35, 120 Grider, David — 14. 120 Griffo, Tammy — 120 Grigsby. Andrea — 36, 37 Grisby, Gina — 120 Grismore, Kelly — - 120 Groomer, Stacey — 120 Grubb, Steve — 58 Grubb, Steve — 59 Gross. Tom — 120 Guernsey, Beverly — 120 Guffey. Patricia — 103 Guinn. Joelie — 120 Gut, Jon — 34, 35, 74, 120 Guthrie, David — 74, 120 Guthrie. Jennifer 59, 103. 105 Guyer, Mich : 20 Index 1 5 1 Gymnastics — 84 H Haas, Irvin — 36, 37, 144, 145 Hadtey, Dawn — 105 Hadtey, Gene — 120 Hadtey, Melissa — 34, 35, 36, 37, 43, 75, 86, 102, 120 Hadley, Scott — 73, 103 Hale, Billy — 1 20 Haie, Bobby — 120 Hate, John — 120 Hate, Melinda — 120 Hall, Ann — 145 Hall, Joanna — 120 Hall, Ronald — 120 Half, Tonya — 120 Hall, Trtcia — 120 Hall, Tyrone — 73, 1 20 Hamby, Mary — 120 Hamilton, Kimber ly — 1 20 Hammonds, Robert — 120 HammoriS, Bradley — 120 Hammontree, Janet — 15 Hampton, Christopher -•- 120 Hancock. Joan — 44. 46, 57. 147 Hardiman. Tranatta — 120 Hardy, Gary — 120 Harley. Yaland3 — 16, 17. 120 Harmon. Cheryl — ■ 120 Harmon. Dawn — 120 Harney. Ethel — 120 Harper, Caroline — Harper, Spencer — -3,-p-- V- ilon- •: S9 ' ,3 121 Harpold. Dailene --- 145 Harpold. Dick. •- 66, 73 Harpold, Richard — 87, 145 Harpold. Russell — 73. 87. 121 Harris. Chnsta — 121 Harris, Curds — 121 Harris, Jane — 14, 121 Harris. Kevm — 121 Harris. Nicole — 86, 121 Harris, Robby — 14, 58 121 H3mson. Kevin — 121 Hart, Bertha — 121 Harter, Heather — 14, 15, 57. 121 Hartsook. Laura — 121 Haskett, Sherry — 121 Haskms, Joseph — 36, 3 7. 103 H=iskins, Paula — 121 Hasier, Doris — 145 Hastings, Marie — 121 Hauk, Diana -- 15, 36, 37, J 03 H3VV3! d, Linda — 121.;:: Hawkir s, Brian - 58, 72, 75, 121 Hawks Jeffrey — 36, 37, 121 Hawth jrne, Derek — 34, 35, i 55, 73, 85, 121 Hayes, Bradley - 103 Hayes, Michelle — 34, 35 ,67, 73, 84 103 Hayes, Timothy - 121 Heady, Jessica — 16, 17, 34, 35, 40, 41, 56, 73, 122, 134 Heizer, Lori — 14, 122 Heifer, Patty — 16, 17, 122 Helton Dave — 103 HeMe, Shane - - 122 Hemfod, Shirley — 14S Hendtey, Scott - 122 Hendricks, David — 122 102 Hendricks, Kenoly — 73 Hendricks, Netko — 122 Hewitt, Frederick — 34, 35 Hickman, Kenny — 122 Hicks, Melissa — Hicks, Peggy — 122 Higgins, Vincent — 122 High, Stacey — 36, 37, 103 Hill, Holly — 122 Hill, Robin — 122 Hilliard, James — 122 Hilliard, Perry— 122 Hilliard, Troy — 122 Hilltopper — Hilyard, Lisa — 122 Hilyard, Rene — 122 Himes, David — 122 Htndman, Michaela — - 122 Htnes, Edwin — 122 . Hinton, Phillip — 122 ' _ Hobbs, Jenny — 36, 37 Hodnett, Andrew — 34, 35. 123 Hodnett, James — 34, 35, 36, 37 Hoff, Shannon — 123 Hole. Roberta - 123 Holland. Alicia ••• 123 Holland, Brian — 42 Holland. Kenneth — 87, 123 Holland. Melisha — 15 Holland Millissa - 103 Holland Robert — 123 Holtoid. Tonya - 123 Holliday Alvm — 73. 87, 123 Hotliday, Bill - 73, 87. 123 Holm. Peter — 51, 58. 103 Holmes, Scott — 58, 101 Holmes. Timothy — 42, 123 Holt Joe — 36, 37 Holton, Jennifer — 123 Hornback. Amy — 14. 123 Horton Shawnetta ••-• 123 Houpt, Jeffrey — 30, 123 Hous IBI Howard, Clarence -•• 123 Howard, Robert — 123 Howard. Ronda — 123 Howe, Gregory — 123 Howe. Jason — 123 Howe. Jolie — 84. 123 Hudelson, Jennifer — 54, 59 Hudson, Chelsea — 34, 123 Hudson, Mmdi — Hugyler, Carrie --• Huggler, Dana — Hughes. Shawn • Hughson, William — Hulco, Raymond — 145 Huller, James — 58, 67. 73. 123 Humphries, Michelle — 15. 75 86, 123 Hunt, Michael — 66, 123 Hunter, Brian — 14, 123 Hunter, Heather — 123 Hunter, Michael — 34, 35, 36, 37, 74, 85, 103 Huntsinger, Donald — 58, 123 Hupp, Lori — 34, 35, 59, 104 Hums, Kenneth — 123 Hutcherson, Lisa — 34, 35, 36, 37, 123 Hutchinson, James — 123 Hyatt, Mark — 123 Hyde, Cassandra — 123 59, 36, Ingete, Stacey — 123 Ingram, Diorme — 123 Ingram, Ron — 118 Injuries, Athletic — 60 Ireland, Terrance — 123 Irons, Beth — 104 Irons, Randy — 36, 37, Irons, Scott — 123 Ivy, Linda — 1 23 Jackson, Anthony — 123 Jackson, Carl — • 73, 123 Jackson, Dawn — 123 Jackson, Julie — 15, 123 Jackson, Robin — 34, 35, 59 Jackson, Thomas — 123 Jacob, Bruce — 52, 58 Jacobs, Carolyn — 15, 16; 72, 123 Jacobs, Sheila — 123 James, Roosevelt — 123 Jeffries, Ronda — 36, 37, 104 .Jenkins, Darrefl — 123 Jenkins, Lavett — 123 Jenkins, Tanya — - 123 Jenkins. Zora — 15. 123 Jennings, Rebecca — 123 Jenson, William — 30, 31, 123 !, ' •■■ :■■ ., - inela — 123 Johns, David — 123 Johns, Nicholas — 123 Johnson, Adi ' an — 73 Johnson, Alonzo — 73. 123 Johnson, Anthony C87) — 124 Johnson, Anthony ( ' 89) — 124 Johnson, Benjamin - 73, 124 Johnson, Gary — 74, 124, 133 Johnson. Christopher — 56, 58, 104 Johnson. Darwin — 124 Johnson. Derrick — 31 Johnson, Dewain — 145 Johnson, Eddie — 145 Johnson. Greg — 34, 35. 124 Johnson. Janella — 75, 124 Johnson, Jill — 104 Johnson, Larry i ' 86) — 31 Johnson. Leslie — 31. 124 Johnson, Michael — 104 Johnson, Pennv — 104 Johnson, Racquel — 124 Johnson. Ralph — 74 Johnson. Ronald — 73. 85, 124 Johnson, Sean — 124 Johnson, Steven — 16, 17, 110, 111. 124 Johnson, Tayjuana — 125 Johnson, Tracy i ' 86) — 73 Johnson, Tracy T89) — 125 Johnson, Wendell — 30 31. 104 Jointer, Kimberly — 34, 35, 53, 54, 65, 74, 104 Jones, Candra — 125 Jones, Date — 104 Jones, Damond — 51, 59, 73, 104 Jones, Darrel! — 104 Jones, David — 125 Jones, Debra — 145 Jones, Heidi — 125 K Kee Kel " Ker • ■: • - Katr — 14 Kidwell, Shane — 12 Kiefner. Amy 73. 86. ' • ' ■ • ' . ■- -. ' -: ' - -. " -.- ' : — King, Nina — 36, 37, King, Susan — 125 Knorr, John — 34, 35. 50, 56, 101, 102, 104 Koehter, Tamatha — 15. 125 Kohout, Christine — 14. 16, 17 Kord Evan — 125 Kuhn, Patricia — 40. 41, 147 Lacey. Gregory — 125 Lacey, Lisa — 15 Lackey, Kevin — 125 Ladd, Roy — 125 Lahey, Kenneth — 125 Lake, Christine — 125 Lambert, Peggy — 125 Lancaster. Coiin — 125 Lander, Angela — 125 Lane, Amber — 84, 125 Lane, Joshua — 74, 125 L3ney, Ronnie — 125 152 Index Largent, Tammie — 125 Larison, Henrietta — 144 LaRue, Lisa — 52, 57 Lashtey, Charles — 53, 58, 125 Lashley, Scott — 125 Law, Dennis — 58 Lawmaster, Melissa — 125 Lawrence, Russell — 125 Lawson, Ron — 57, 58 Lay, Steve — 125 Leach, Steven — 125 Lee, Anthony — 125 Lee, Carol — 44, 125 Lee, Rocbefle — 1 26 Leffler, Jo Anna — 36, 37, 147 LeMaire, Rebecca — - 14, 104 LeMasters, Carie — 126 Letterman ' s Club — 34 Lewellen, Carolyn — 126 Lewis, Angela — 126 Lewis, Darvian — 126 Lewis, Margaret — 126 Lewis, Michael — 58, 73, 126 Lewis, Nelson — 126 Lewis, Robert — 14, 126 Lewis, Thomas — 147 Lewis, Tonya — 126 Liford, David — 126 Light, Gary — 126 Lilly, Carol — 126 Lilly, Hyacinth — 126 Limeberry, Kenny — 1 26 Lindley, Julie — 75, 126 Lipinski, Robert — 74 Lisby, Derek — 40, 41, 52, 58, 73, 104 Lisby, Jason — 126 Litteral, Darrell — 45, 50, 52, 104, 126 Little, Leone — 147 Loll, Frank — 44, 147 Lobb, Carol — 126 Lockhart, Craig — 126 Lockhart, Matt —73 Loman, Evalena — 126 Long, Cameron — 126 Long, James — 58, 126, 139 Long, Kellie — 126 Long, Rebecca — 126 Long, Robert — - 36, 37, 104 Long, Sandra — 126 Long, Susan — 126 Long, Terri — 1 26 Lott, Shron — 34, 35, 59, 126 Lough, Alan — 14, 34, 35, 70, 74, 126 Lovell, Jerry — 126 Lowe, Beverly — 126 Lowe, Robert — 59, 126 Lowe, Roxanne — 86, 126 Lowery, Roger — 126 Lowery, Stacie — 126 Lowery, Steven — 126 Lowery, Trent— 73 Lucas, Dara - 34, 35, 126 Locas, Ronald — 104 Luckett, Frances — 104 Lund, Brian — 126 Longwitz, Kimberly — 14, 15, 16, 126 Lynch, James — 34, 35, 147 Lyons, D ale 126 M Maciotok, Kathryn — 126 Maddrill. David — 126 Madrigal Singers — Maher, Kim — 22, 84, 45, 126 Maher, Marjorie — 45, 126 Maier, Yvonne — 126 Major, Tonya — 104 Malfory, Tyrone — 126 Mancillas, Alejandro — 126 Mandel, Matt — 74, 85. 126 Mandel, Michelle — 126 Manis, Carl — 104 Mann, Ronald — 126 Mansfield, Michael — 126 Maple, Jeffery — 1 26 Maple, Thomas — 126 Maples, Jeannihe — 14, 16, 17, 126 Marble, Jeffery — 73, 87 Marcum, Rod — 73, 87, 126 Marcum, Sean — 34, 35, 36, 37, 59, 69, 74, 126 Marlowe, Thomas — 73, 126 Marsh, David - 124, 126 Marshall, Donna —126 Marshall, Lori — 14, 126 Marshino, Dion — ■ 126 Martin, Chris — 14, 58 Martin, Deborah — 1 26 Martin, Erin — 127 Martin, Harry — 34, 35, 127 Martin, Jon 15, 16, 17, 104 Martin, Josh — 127 . Martinez, Enrique — 127 Mason, Celiha — 36, 37, 105 Mason, Cheryl — 127 Mason, James — 35, 127 nl • . lusan — 127 Kevin — 127 Mattingly, David — 127 Mauldin, Katie — 144 Maxberry. Amy — 127 Maxie. L atony a — 127 M.jxie. Tracy — 127 Maxieson, Chris — 127 Mayo, Henry n — ■ Mays, John - ■ 1 2? ■ Mays, Mark -—127 McAtee, Chester ■ — 127 McCallister, Connie 127 McCary, Brian — 127 McCauley, Derreck — 127 McCiain, Lisa — 36, 37,127 McClary, James — 86, 127 McClary, Stacey . ' - 128 McClellan, Virginia — 147 McCreary, Phillip — 15 McCurdy, Harry — 128 McCordy, Howard — 128 McDonald, Angela — ■ 128 McDonald, Brian — 74, 87 McDonald, Steven — 128 McDowell, Allison — 128 McGee, Raetta — 128 McQinty, Carl — 128 McKatn, Carol — 15, 105 McLain, Larissa — 127, 128 McLaughlin, Cindy — 128 McLemore, Martha — 15, 128 McMillin, Keli — 128 McNair, Coretta — 34, 35, 59, 105, 109 McNeefy, Kevin — 128 McNeish, Penelope — 147 McPherson, Leona — 147 McQueen, Ginger — 127, 128 McReynolds, James — 102 McReynolds, Karen — 102, 105 Media, Club — 36 Mellis, Crystal — 128 Melton, Sherry — 128 Mertz, Jonathan — 15, 75, 128 Mertz. Monica — 15 Messenger, Thomas — 106 Meulen, Elyce — Meulen, Rhonda — 15, 128 Meyer, Elyce — 15, 16, 17, 128 Meyer, Leslie — 15, 128 Middtebrook, Carla — 128 Miley, Kathy — 15, 16. 17, 75, 129 Miller, Amy — 15, 129 Milter, Cindy — 34, 35, 75, 129 Miller, Diane — 34, 35, 36, 37, 50, 54, 57, 129 Miller, Joyce — 30, 31, 129 Miller, Justine — 54, 71, 73. 129 Miller, Linda — 34, 35. 147 Miller, Marian — Miller, Sarah — 129 Miller, Treq — 30, 31, 129 Miller, Traci — 106 Miiiigan, Steve — 87, 106 Milts, Lisa — 129 Mills, Stephanie — 75 Mnrco Srntt 1?9 M. ' ore, Jen; -re, Und Moory, Roger — 12S •te — 73, 129 re, Steven — 129 Moore, Tyrone — 87 , 1 23 Moore, Vincent — 1 29 Morgan, Jim — 129 Morris, Jeannetta — 129 Morris, Kelley — 34, 35, 57, 129 Morris, Michael — 129 Mortis, Monica — 129 Morris, William — 73, 147 Morrow, Jainey — Morton, Sean— 129 Mosiman, Philip — 144 Mosfey, Terri — 75, 129 Moss, Kenneth — 73, 85,129 Mu Alpha Theta — 36 Muif, Eltsa — 129 Muir, James — 59, 129 Mullins, Eugene — 106 Mumaw, Amy — 16, 54, 59, 71, 75, 129 Mundy, Ricky — 129 Munford, Thomas — 129 Murphy, Patricia — 129 Myers, Dana — 129 Myers, Donald — 129 N Nalley, Sarah — 15, 36, 37, 106 Napier, Connie — 129 National Honor Society — 34 Naue, Lizzie — 16, 17, 129 Navarra, Cherie — 129 Neal, Kimberly — 129 Neal, Richard — 73. 87, 129 Neal, Shirley — 147 Neely. Michael — 34, 35, 129 Nelson, Michelle — 129 Neville, Mmdi — 129 Neville, Sarita — 129 Newell. Randy — 106 Newman, Daniel — 129 Newman. Judy — 144 Nichols. James — 129 Nichols. Tina — 129 Nicholson, Greg — 129 Nicoson, Michael — 30. 31. 106 Ntcoson, William — 129 Nolan, Jeffrey — 129 Norr, Heidi — - 129 Northrup, Charlie — 129 Nott, Cassaundra — 59, 129 Nuckols, Keith — 59. 129 O ' Connor, Alan — 86, 106 Oberholtzer, Russell — 15, 106 Oberlander, Steve — 129 Ochs, Dana — 59, 64, 72, 86. 129 Ochs, Natalie — 59 Ochs, Robb — 72, 127, 129 Ochs, Sherri — 70, 72, 86, 129 Office Education Association — 36, 37 Oldham, Donoval — 130 Oleksy, James — 130 Oleksy, Stephanie — 15, 22, 57, 130 Oliphant, Toby — 130 Oliver, George — 1 30 Orchestra — 15 Orr, Darrin — 73, 85. 130 Orr, Richard — 130 Osborne, Alfred — 130 Outlaw, 8ruce — 130 Owens, Andrew — 130 Owens, Lisa — 130 Palmer, Renee — 130 Parker, Donald — 73, 87, 130 Parker, Willie — 1 30 Parks, Jeffery — 131 Parks, Pamela — 59. 75, 131 Parmelee, Jeff — 1 3 1 Parmelee, Jon — 131 Parmer, Penny — 131 Parson, Clarence — 36, 37, 131 Partin, Brian — 131 Patterson, Anita — 34, 35, 131 Patterson. Lewis — 144 Payne, Curtis • — 131 Pearcy, Jarod — 1 30, 131 Pearcy, Mark — 73 Pemberton, Daphne — 131 Pennington, Jeffrey — 131 Pennington, Penny — 59. 68, 74, 106 Pennington. Roy — 30. 31. 131 Pennington, Teresa — 65. 131 Pennington. Theresa — 75. 131 Peoples. Steven — 73. 131 Perm, Marea — 144 Perkins. James — 59, 74. 147 Perry. Anita — ■ 131 Perry, Demetria — 131 Perry, Freddie — - 131 Perry, Jeffrey — 131 Perry, Michelle — 131 Perry. Shelia — 86. 131 IndcK 153 Perry, Yvonne — 147 Pershing, Jason — 47, 131 Peterson, Dewayne — 144 Petree, Jerry — 87, 131 Pettigrew, Julia — 131 Petlus. Ralph — 14, 131 Peyton, Jacqueline — 131 Pfite, Kenneth — 131 Phe is, Dormie — 131 Phafips, Willie — 131 Pickens, Bruce — 16, 36, 37, 131 Pickens, Nicole — 131 Pickett, Devonda — 36, 37, 131 Pickett, Steven — 14, 131 Pierson, SSrena — 131 PWtston, Donald — 85, 131 Pwoer. Keshan — 59, 107 Pirtte, Charles — 57, 59, 147 Pittman, Angiia — 131 Pittman, Judith — 1 3 1 Pittman, Nicole — 131 Pittman, Ty — 131 Poitett, Sherrie — 43, 131 Polston, Heather — 131 Poncar, David — 14. 15, 147 Poole, Tyrone — 131 Porter, Trent — 85, 131 Potts, Donna — 131 Powefl, Brenda — 131 Prewitt, Michelle — 131 Price, Katasha — 86, 131 Pritt, Kimberiy — 34, 35, 52, 59, 75, Pritt, Randal — 69, 75, 107 — 131 Q R Ratfiff, Danny — 144 Rau, Angela — 132 Receveur, Beth — 132 Reecer, Lisa — 132 Reed, Dewayne — 85, 132 Reed, Mark — 73, 87, 132 Reedus, Nicole — 15, 132 Reid, Paula — 147 Retford, Martin — 107 Revere, Ronald — Reynolds, Tim — 36, 37. 107 Rhodus, Regina — 107 Rife. Michael — 36, 37 Riggs, Denise — 22. 107 Riggs, Jason — 132 Riley, Joy — 132 Ringlespaugh, David — 132 Risper, Debra — 132 Rivers, Jon — 73 Rivers, Mark — 107 Rivers, Vionnta — 31 Roach, Greg — 132 Roberts, Ericka — 132 Roberts, Jonathan — 132 Roberts, Kelly — 16, 107 Roberts, Kim — 132 Roberts, Pamela — 36, 37, 107 Roberts, William — 132 Robertson, Antonio — 73, 132 Robinson, Dana — 34, 35, 36, 37, 107 Robinson, George — 107 Robinson, John — 54, 73, 132 Robinson, Stacy — 132 Roger s, Cheryl — 132 Rogers, Geanene — 132 Rogers, Michael — 132 Rogers, Paula — 14, 1 32 Rogers, Rose — 57, 75, 132 Rogers, Sharon — 107 Rogers, Theo —132 Roosa, Cindy — 132 Rosaies, Aime — 132 Roque, Pedro — 42 ROTC — 28 Ross, Andy — 53 Rowe, Antonio — 132 Rowland, Shuanita — 107 Rubick, Steven — 15, 16, 107, 111 Ruble, Sandra — 132 Ruscbhaupt, Heidi — 34, 35, 36, 37. 40, 42. 107 — 132 - 107 - 132 132 132 Rushtoo, Michael Rushton, Stacy Russ, Kasandra Russell, Beryl — • Russell, Jane — Rutledge, Anjeanette — 132 Ryan, Kimberiy — 36, 37. 107 Ryan, Lena — 132 Ryan, Toni ■ — 132 Saddler, John — 59, 132 Saiazar, Linda — 132 Sam, Martin — 59 Sanders, Robert — 132 Sansbtiry, Monica — 132 Sansone, Janie — 132 Sargent, Lola — 147 Saunders, Rocheile — 132 Savage, Nick — 58, 132 Sehaefer, Pam — 57, 132 Schick, Cynthia — 143 Schtebecker, Kurt — 107 Schlemmer, Susan — 34, 35, 132 Schtenz. Susan —132 Schoen, Brian — 34, 35. 36, 37, 132 Schoen. Scott — 14, 16, 132 Schuitheis, Sue — 132 Schumpert, Alicia — 132 Schwedler, Kathleen — 59, 72, 86. 132 Schweitzer, Kelly — 22, 59, 75, 132 Schweitzer, Kimberiy — 45. 107 Science Club — 35 Scott, Edwin — 73, 85, 132 Scott, Grant — 107 Scott. Jason — 130, 132 Scott, Katharine — 132 Scott, Mario — 73. 132 Scott, Meachun — 132 Scott, Pedro — 132 Scott, Ricky — 132 Scott. Rolanda — 132 Scott, Shuron — 132 Scott, Tammy — 132 Scott, Tyrone — 132 Seabort, Kim — 15 Sechrest, Rosie — 144 Sechrist, Elizabeth — 34, 35, 36, 37, 107, 110 Sedam, Karen — 132 Seifert, Susannah — 133 Seitz. Ethel — 147 Self, Kimberiy — 15, 16, 17, 36, 37, 107 Severance, Brad — 133 Schacketford, Ryan — 73, 133 Shadiow. Bruce — • 73 Shanks, Tyreirta — 133 Sharer, Oebra — 133 Sheedy, Ronald — 36, 37, 133 Sheets, Angela — 22, 59, 102, 107 Sloan, Lisa - 1 Smart t, David Smith, Aiita - Smith, Angela - Smith, Ann - Smith, Anthonj Smith, An thorn Smith, Brenda Smith, Brenda Smith, Carrie - Smith, Charles Smith, Dana - Smith, Danena Smith, Gregory - Smith, Heretta - 134 Smith, Isaac - 134 Smith,- James - 51, 58, 73, 11 Smith, Jeffrey - 105, 134 Smith, Jerry - 134 Smith, Ken - 34, 35, 73, 85 Smith, ffimberly - 36, 37 Smith, Kimberiy - 108 Smith, Leslie C ' 88) -- 134 Smith, Lesslie C89) - 134 Smith, Lester - 134 Smith, Lisa - 134 Shetton, Stewart — 133 Spearman, Lak Sherels. Bruce — 73, 133 Spears, Errd Sherfick, Dennis — 87, 133 Spss : .r ■-.: Sherfick, Jeffrey — 133 Spears • 31 Sherrill, Julie — 36. 37. 107 Spe;-: Richa Shifowski, Shannon — 133 Spencer, Clyde Shiflet, Monica — 144 Spencer, Danec Sholar, Anthony — 36, 37, 59, 74, 13 3 t C k Silver, Matt — 133 Spencer, Sham Simmons, Dwight -- 73, 133 135 Simmons, Rita - 34, 35, 147 Spiggle, Jeffrey 148 102, lOS, 109 Stewart, Joseph — Stewart, Michael — Stewart- 3»ane — 74, 135 Stewart TsBe — 144 Seewart, Vrgma — 144 Stioson, Lesley — 135 Stipanovic, James — 34, 35, 135 Stone. Amy — 135 Stone, Jeff — 135 Storm. Rhonda — 14, 130, 135 Storm, Richard — 135 Strode, Gloria — 135 Stryfcowski, Mark — 14, 16, 74. 106. 154 ndex 108 Stuck, John — 14, 34. 35, 108, 109, 127 Stuck, Lori — 135 Student Council — 22 Subtett, Roy — 73, 135 Suiter, Cassaundra — 135 Sullivan, Shawn — 135 Summer, Paul — 135 Sumpter, Kimberly — 135 Sutton, Eric — 135 Sutton, Evan — 14, 135 Sutton, Rudonna — 135 Swartsell, Connie - 135 Swartsell, John — 135 Sweatt, Daniel — 43, 135 Sweeney, Laura — 135 Swimming, Boys — 86 Swimming, Girls — 73 Swindle, Steve — 135 Syra, Ronald — 135 Tanber, Chris — 135 Tandy, Mitchell — - 135 Tarplee, Jennifer — 34, 35, 135 Tarver, David — 85, 135 Tarver, Renea — 135 Tarver, Venus — 30, 31 Taylor, Katherine — 135 Taylor, Stacey — 135 Teague, Angie — 135 Teeguarden, Janis — 108 Tennis, Boys — 75 Tennis, Girls — 56 Terry, Kellie — 135 Thackray, Kina — 15, 16, 17, 34, 35, 36, 37, 59, 74, 135 Thackray, Lara — 15, 34, 35, 36, 37. 59, 74, 134, 135 Thomas, Ann — 135 Thomas, Cassandra — 135 Thomas, Coretta — 15, 136 Thomas, Donald — 136 Thomas, Ernest — 144 Thomas, Mamie — 15, 16, 17, 136 Thomas, Marion — 30, 31, 108 Thomas, Phyllis — 148 Thompson, Arthur — 34, 35, 136 Thompson, Brian — 136 Thompson, Dawn — 74, 136 Thompson, James — 43, 148, 149 Thompson, Jonathan — 14, 136 Thompson, Julie — 122, 136 Thompson. Lisa — 136 Thornton, Cassandra — 1 36 Tides, Nicholas { ' 86» — 74 Tides, Nicholas C89) — 74, 136 Tiernan, Joe — 136 Tigner, Oewana — 136 Tigner, Shawrtna — 136 Tingfer, Ron — 30, 31, 55, 59 Tinsfey, Alma --• 144 Todd, Alan — 59, 66, 72, 73, 74, 136 Todd, Kenneth — 136 Todd, Stephen — 136 Tales, Eugene — 16, 136 Tom, Michael — 136 Toner, Mary --• 14 Toney, Eugene — 136 Toney, Tina — 43, 136 Totten, Thomas --- 148 Totten, Virginia — 34, 35, 108 Tout, Frank — 142 Track, Boys — 59 Track, Girls -- 59 Trees, Stephanie — 136 Trent, Regina — 136 Triggs, Raymond — Trinkle, Dennis — 16, 22, 34, 35, 36, 37. 110, 119, 134, 136 Trout, Amanda — 34, 35, 36, 37, 59, 108 Tucher, Jamie — 136 Toggle. Sheri — - 136 Turner, Altsha — 31, 136 Turner, Carlisa — 22, 34, 35, 59, 108 Turner, Jennifer — 136, 137 Turner, Joseph — 108 Turner, Judith — 136 Turner, Sheila — 86, 136 Tyson, James — - 36, 37, 108 Tyson, Taron — 34, 35 u Uhls, Charles — 55, 58 Uhls, Donnie — 58 Uhls, Monty — 136 Underclass 124, 125, 132, 133, 134. 135, 136, 137 V Valentine, Frances — 148 VanBuskirk, Brian — 108 VanDuyn, Rachel — 136 Vardimp " R»ta - nfi varcuman, Brian — ijd Vargas, David 16, 74. 136 Varsity Singers — 16 Vasile, Adrians - 22, 57. 136 Vasile, Monica — 57, 75, 133, 136 Vespo, David — 87, 108 Vjbbert, Kristina — 136 Vtbbert, Shanna — 136 Vie, Patricia — 136 Volleyball, Reserve — 75 Volleyball, Varsity — 75 Vollmer, Joseph — 43, 148, 72 Vorhis, Victoria — 15 w Wagoner, Rachele — 136 Wahl, Jason — 74, 136 Walden, Arthur 136 Walker, Jamaine — 16, 136 Walker, John — 73, 136 Walker, Leigh — 105, 136 Walker, Robert — 136 Walker, Tony — 136 Wallace, Bryant — 1 36 Wallace, Vicky ■— 1 36 Walter, Charles — 148 Walters, Diana — 14, 136 Walton, James — 108 Walton, Kimberly 136 Wampler, Becky — 136 Wamsher, Octember — 136 Ward, Karen — 136 Ward, Linda — 59, 136 Ward, Steve — 58, 75, 136 Warren, Susie — 22, 34, 35, 75, 134, 136 Warsaw, Steven — 136 Washington, Cynthia — 136 Washington, Gregory — 136 Washington, Karolyn — Washington, Wanda — 136 Watkins, Jason — 36, 37, 136 Watkins, Krisunee — 136 Watkins, Sheri — 36, 37, 108 Watkins, Teresa — 137 Watson, Richard — 137 Watson, Roxy — 148 Watson, Tameka — 108, 137 Watts, Dawn —137 Watts, Michelle 137 Weaver, Edward — 137 Weaver, Michelle — 137 Webb, Bettie — 148 Weeden, Kimberly — 59, 137 Weinke, Michelle — 137 Weiset, Todd — 137 Welch, James — 115, 137 Wellington, Wayne — 43, 148 Wells, Jerry — 137 Wemple, Randy — 148 Wentworth, Emery — 137 Wessel, Jeffrey — 58, 73, 137 West, James — 137 West, Stacey— 137 Whitaker, Michael - 58, 73, 137 Whitaker, Tina — 137 White, Bradley J. — 137 White, Michael — 137 White, Nicole — 137 White, Richard — 138 White, Teena — 138 Whitehead, Todd - 73, 138 Whiteside, Gary — 73, 87, 138 Whitney, Joseph — 30, 31, 138 Whittemore, Lynn — 148 Whitten, Tina — 138 Whyde, Carolyn — 138 Wilcher, Rebecca — 137 Wiley, Joseph — 108 Wiley, Melvie — 144 Wilhoite, Susan — 138 Wilkerson, Andre — 108 Wilkerson, Grant — 138 Wilkinson, Julie — 138 Williams, Andre — 138 Williams, David — • 108 Williams, Ezra — 73, 138 Williams, Kelt) — 30, 31, 138 Williams, Linda — 30. 31 Williams, Madonna — 138 Williams, Maria — 138 Williams, Matt — 74, 87, 138 Williams, Mtcheal — 30, 31, 138 Williams, Michelle — 36, 37, 66, 73, 108 Williams, Rachel — 138 Williams, Sandra — 148 Williams, Steve — 36, 37, 108 Williams, Zalinda — 102, 78. 108 Williamson, Timothy — 58. 73, 138 Willis, Kimberly — 138 Willis, Trina — 138 Wills, Mary - 148 Wilson, David — 13G Wilson, Elwyn — 138 Wilson, Heather — 57 Wilson, Janice — 108 Wilson, Jennifer — 34. 35. 116, 138 Wilson, Joy — 138 Wilson, Kenneth — 109 Wilson, Kristina — 138 Wilson, Michelle — 14, 34, 35, 138 Wimberly, James — ■ 85, 138 Wimsatt, Darin — 138 Wimsatt, Therese — 109 Winans, Mark — 109 Winans, Stacy — 138 Wineberg, Steven — 34, 35, 138 Winfrey, Dina — 138 Wingfield, Tom — 138 Winslow, Emily — 57, 73, 109, 140 Winslow, Evelyn — 15, 16, 17, 138 Winters, James — 73, 85 Woods, Betty — 148, 149 Woods, Johnnie — 34, 35 Woods, Kathy — 138 Woods, Susan — 59. 138 Woods, Tammi — 138 Wolfenberger, Carrie — 109 Worth, James — 64, 73, 85, 138 Worth, Scott — 73, 85, 122. 138 Wortharn, Sabrina — 31, 138 Wratten, Dawn — 16, 17, 138 Wrestling — 87 Wright, Arthur — 138 Wright, Bruce — 30, 31. 138 Wright, Christine — 102, 138 Wright, James — 138 Wright, Kevin — 138 Wright, Kim — 138 Wright, Scott — 59, 68, 74, 86, 138 Wright, Shane — 138 Wright, Todd — 59 Wyatt, Jeffrey — 138 Wynalda, Mark — 58, 73, 138 Wynne, Dawn — 138 Yanich, John — 138 Yarber, James — 148 Yates, William — 15, 73, 138 Yeary, Ronald — 15, 16, 17, 40, 41, 58, 138 York, Deborah — 138 York, Devera — 144 Young, Arrettta — 148 Young, Delisa — 138 Young, Matinda — 138 Young, Shonnida — 138 Zachery, Lisa — 138 Zaphirious, Jason — 34, 35, 138 Zolther, Jimmy — 86, 138 Index 155 a osirtg The school year ended as it began, with new challenges and new horizons stretching out in front of us. 7 56 Closing Each year gives us a chance to start over. Registration symbolizes a fresh beginning. Closin. 158 Closing Commencement is both an end and a beginning with limitless new horizons for which to reach. Closing 1 59 Staff Michael Hunter Editor Tony Armstrong Heather Byer Crystal Campbell Vickie Deal Brian Fowter Joe fultz Stacey Groomer Lorrie Kennedy Connie McCallister Keli McMillm Jon Mertz Brenda Powell John Robinson Arthur Thompson Advisor Dale Dinkens Principal Frank Tout 160 Credits The 1 986 Hilttopper is dedicated to Mark Rivers {deceased,) a lovaJ member of the class of 1986. I i


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