Tiskilwa High School - Arrow Yearbook (Tiskilwa, IL)
- Class of 1987
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Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1987 volume:
Editor: Amy Hopper
Assistant Editors: Jeanette Johnson S Joan Schindel
Anna Willstead Laurie Thompson
Sara Dana Paula Sissel
Tammy Hopper Advisor: Mrs. B. J.
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Mr. Robert Prusator
Mr. James Whitmore
The Tiskilwa Board of Education is shown above. First row: Rev. Joanne Cooke, Mrs.
Sharon Covert, Mrs. Opal Schubert. Second row: Mr. George Kauffmann. Mr. Robert
Kenney, Mr. Glenn Wright, and Mr. Dale Anderson.
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Mr, Jghn Garvin MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO., DENNIS SHIVES, AGENT
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What does a Freshman have to cope with?
Are they tortured and abused?
Are they wary about trusting anyone -
In the fear they're being used?
We took a survey to see what they'd say,
And the answers we got will now be relayed.
"When it comes to Upperclassmen, l'd rather resist
Being on all of their lengthy 'Hit Lists'I"
"I dislike Upperclassmen when 'Stupid Freshman' do they taunt,
Because they fail to realize l'm on the Honor Roll and they're not!"
"lt's hard for me to adjust this year - it's almost as if I were cursed,
Because in Sth Grade I was the 'Greatest' and now it seems I am the Worst'!"
- Well it seems that coping can be difficult,
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f - Just keep your cool, and a low profile,
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The Class of l9S9yc:ame intoitheir sophomore year with 2? members and left with Z26of them.
Of the lclassgsize of 35, more than 'half U61 of them have gone to school togethertfor ten
years Q a ,veryfgood percentage considering all the factors that could cause people to move
away. Anotheroutstanding percentage thatlthe sophomores seem to hold dear is the number
of students involved ingschool activities, Giver three-fourths of the classwar involved in
SPOKIS, a schoolyclub such as FHA, FFA, Nl-IS, or Student Council, band,',or fchorus, or just
boing a loyalygindian fan, in the school year of l9B6-87, the sophomore classwas A whole only
participaredjin two proiectsg the concession stand and ordering class rings, The concession
stand was anjimportant partof their year because it willlater supply money needed to give
the seniors apProm ,and to also pay for their senioreyearbooki Class rings were ordered
early fall andarrlved in the early winter months. All sophomores were glad to see thc-:moon
their fingers and will cherish them foreverias a reminder of their high school days here
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Chris Andersen Julie Bell Todd Bittner Tami Brokaw Kevin Cordum
Julie Stowe Dan Smith Chad Sears Joan Schindel Michelle Sapp
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Juniors Plan A "Pizza Prom"
What?l Pizza for prom?!! Seniors were definitely relieved to find out that juniors would be selling pizzas to
raise money for prom . . . not serving it. The junior class made approximately S800 peddling Gino's pizzas in
January. Plans were then set into motion for the setting up of committees designed to organize the big night.
The annual Junior Class Chili Supper was also a success and provided extra money for future activities. Fans
and parents enjoyed a pleasant meal before settling down to watch an exciting game of basketball, The Junior
Class Social was also held during football season and greatly helped the money situation.
Juniors took the ACT in the spring and started hunting around for furthering their education later.
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Bill "Barker" calls his next contestant.
Come on! No one will know we stole the balloons!!
Students feel confident as they raise their hands
Are you sure you've got the right book, Heather?
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The l986-87 Seniors set a new "standard" for
THS. Senior class president, Missy Sims, has held
the same office for three years. She has been
president our freshman, junior, and senior year.
Jacque Covert was voted in as class vice-president. Amber Perry kept class funds moving as
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" ist 2 Shout"
The i986 Homecoming Dance was held September 20. The band was Reac-
tion. The theme was an oldie but a goodie "Twist and Shout." The colors
chosen by the student council were metallic blue, pink, and white. This
Homecoming will be a special memory because the king and queen are
cousins. The first runners-up were Mark Sanders and Kelley Brokaw. The
second runners-up were Cory Bickett and Gina Walzer. The Junior atten-
dants were Chris Andersen and Laurie Thompson. Sophomore attendants
were Chris Covert and Brenda Jones. The freshmen attendants were Greg
Thompson and Julie Colby.
Homecoming king and queen were Jim Friel and Amber Perry
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Homecoming Court announced.
Mrs. Hamilton teaches eti-
The football team fueled up for a tough game against Western.
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Winners of the pajama con-
test posed for a picture. Now
tell me . . . is this your image
of a "dream girl"?
Mrs. Hamilton claimed the
winner of the pie eating con-
test as Chad Sears. It was a
messy job, but someone had
to do it.
Amber and Michelle posed
during the game to smile
Senior Jim Friel
charged onto the field
et's take a final look in review of Home-
coming Week. During the week, various
activities were assigned to each day.
Among these were: Hat and Shade Day, Hawai-
ian Day, Nerd Day, Pajama Day, Anything Goes
Day. and of course, Blue and Gold Day. Noon-
hour activities consisted of: slave auctions
Cpoor freshmenlb, anything goes activities, and
a clash between the classes during a match of
volleyball. The game was lost but the Indians put
up a good fight. Alumni came back to cheer the
guys on even through the rain. Everyone in gen-
eral had a great time throughout the whole
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Bickett, Cory5 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,35 Homecoming Court 2,45 FFA I,2,3,4.
Borg, Dawn5 FHA l,2,3,45 Vice-President 35 President 45 Yearbook 2,35 Librarian
Brokaw, Kelley: Class Treasurer lg Vice-President 45 Student Council l.2,45 Year-
book 25 Noon hour basketball l,25 Track l,35 Volleyball manager I.2,3,45 Football stat-
istician 35 Volleyball trainer l,2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,45 Musical 2,45 Pop Ensemble l,2,3,45
T-Club l,2,3,45 Band l,25 Color Guard 25 National Science Merit Award 35 Homecom-
ing Court l,45 Chorus l,2,3,45 IHSA Choral Contest l,2,3,45 IVC Chorus Festival 3,45
880 meter medley relay class AA State Champions l.
Cook, Claude: Band l,2,3,45 TRE l,2,3,45 IVC Honor Band 3,45 Football lg Track lg Stu-
dent Council ls Champaign Honor Band li IHSA Band Contest I,2,3,4.
Covert, Jacque5 Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,45 Honor Roll
l,2,3,45 NHS 2,3,45 President 45 Class Secretary 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Vice-Presi-
dent 45 T-Club 2,3,45 Librarian 45 SADD Representative to State Assembly 35 Band
l,25 TRE l,25 IHSA Band Contest l,25 IVC Band Festival l,25 Chorus I.2,3,45 IHSA Choral
Contest 2,3,45 IVC Choral Festival 2,3,45 Pop Ensemble 2,3,45 Musical 2,3,45 Noon
hour basketball l,2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Cheerleading 45 Volleyball l,2,3,45 Co-captain
25 All-Conference Honorable Mention 45 Track l,25 Football statistician 3.
Fisher, Kathy5 FHA l,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 TRE l,2,3,45 Chorus lg Pep Club 4.
Friel, Jim5 Band l,2,3,45 IVC Honor Band l,2,3,45 IHSA Band Contest l,2,3,45 TRE
l,2,3,43 Champaign Honor Band lg Chorus l,2,3,45 IVC Choral Festival 3,45 lHSA Cho-
ral Contest l,2,3,45 Pop Ensemble l,2,3,45 Musical 2.3.45 Class President lg Vice-Pres-
ident 2,35 Student Council I.2,3,45 President 45 SADD Representative to State As-
sembly 35 Honor roll 2,3,45 Who's Who Among American High School Students 45
Football l,2,3,45 Captain 45 Basketball I.2,3,45 Captain 45 Track l,2,3,45 State meet
lg T-Club l,2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Homecoming King 45 Elk's Teen of the Month 3,45 Elk's
Teen of the Year 45 DAR Good Citizen Award 45 Disciplinary Committee 35 Noon
hour basketball coach 35 Scholastic Bowl Team 2,3,4.
Gorman, Brooke5 Volleyball l,2,3,45 All-Conference Ist team 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 IVC
Choral Festival l,2,3,45 Solos l,2,3,45 Ensembles l,2,3,45 Musical 2,35 Band l,25 T-Club
3,45 Secretary 45 FHA l,25 Honor roll 2,3,45 Librarian 4.
Gray, Abby5 FHA 45 Chorus l,2,35 Musical 2,35 Track l,25 Cheerleading 3.
Hopper, Amy5 Chorus l,3,45 IVC Choral Festival 3,45 Musical 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Color
Guard 2,3,45 lVC Honor Band 3,45 IHSA Band Contest l,2,3,45 Noon hour basketball
l,25 Volleyball l,2,3,45 Track lg Scholastic Bowl Team 2,3,45 Yearbook 2,3,45 Editor
45 FHA 3,45 Pep Club 45 Honor roll I,2,3,4.
Jamison. BilI5 Band l,2,3,45 Honor roll l,2,3,45 FFA I.2,3,45 President 3,45 Papoose Co-
Editor 45 Student Council 45 Pep Club 4gCO-Cl13ll'IT13I1 45 IVC Honor Band 3,45 IHSA
Band Contest I,2,3,4.
Lindner. Tracy: FHA I,2,3,4. l
Madsen, Annaf Pep Club 45 Co-Chairman 45 FHA l,2,3,45 Papoose Staff 45 Student
Librarian 45 Chorus I.
Morse, Cinamom Band l,2,3,45 TRE 2,3,45 IVC Honor Band 45 IHSA Band Contest l
l,2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,45 Scholastic Bowl Team 45 Pep Club 45 Chorus 35 Musical 35 Pa-
poose staff 2.
Murphy, Mary5 Chorus l,25 Cheerleading l,25 FHA l,2,3,45 Musical 2.
Perry. Amber5 Volleyball l,2,3,45 Co-Captain 25 Captain 45 All-Conference lst team
3,45 Pep Club 45 Track l,2,3,45 Cheerleading l,2,3,45 Co-Captain 25 Captain 45 Noon
hour basketball l,2,35 Student Council 2,35 Pop Ensemble 2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,45 Treasur-
er 45 Class Treasurer 45 Football statistician 45 T-Club 2,3,45 Vice-President 45 Musi-
cal 3,4, Band I, IHSA Band Contest l, Chorus I,2,3,4, IVC Choral Festival l,2,3,4, IHSA
Choral Contest 3,4, Homecoming Queen 4.
Pozzi, Richard, Football 4, Track 4.
Prather, Michelle: FHA l,2,3.4, Chorus l,2.3, Musical 2, Scholastic Bowl Team 2, Pa-
poose Staff l,2, Noon hour basketball l,2,3,4, Honor roll l,2.3.4.
Prunty. Rhonda, FHA 2,3,4, Track 2.3, Pep Club 4, Yearbook 3, Papoose CofEditor
4, Librarian 4, Chorus 2.
Sanders. Mark, Chorus l,2,3.4, IVC Choral Festival 3,4, IHSA Choral Contest 3,4,
Pop Ensemble l.2.3,4, Student Council I.2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Musical 2,3,4, Male Lead
Role 3.4, Basketball I,2,3.4, Co-Captain 2.4, Football 3.4, Track I,2, Conference
Champion Long Jumper, T-Club 2.3.4, President 4, Class Secretary l,2, Honor roll
l,2,3,4, Noon hour basketball coach 3.
Shipp, Monica, Chorus 3, Musical 3, Homecoming Court 3, FHA l,2,3,4,
Sims. Janet, Band l,2,3,4, TRE 3,4, IVC Honor Band I,3, IHSA Band Contest l.2,3.4,
Pep Club 4, Treasurer 4, Scholastic Bowl Team 2.3, Papoose Staff 4, FHA l.2.3.4.
Sims. Missy, Student Council l,2,3,4, Secretary I,2, Class Vice-President l, Presi-
dent 2,3.4, NHS 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Honor roll l.2.3,4, Papoose l,2, Yearbook
2.3, FHA l,2.3, Noon hour basketball I,4, Who's Who Among American High School
Students 3.4, Illinois Power Essay Winner I, SADD Representative to State Assem-
bly 3, Musical Make-up and Scenery 3.4, Volleyball I,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, County
Shot Record 3, Peoria Journal Star Honor Roll Meet l.2.3,4, lst place 2, 3rd place
3, lst place 4, State Track Meet l,2.3.4, 7th place 3, 2nd place 4, School Shot Record
l,2,3.4, State Runner-up Team Finish I, School shot record I,2,3, School 3200 meter
relay record 3, Pep Club 4.
Turpen, David, Football I.2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 2,3,4, FFA 3.4, Homecom-
ing Court 3.
Wagner Peggy, Band l,2,3,4, IHSA Honor Band 3.4, IVC Band Contest l,2,3.4, FHA
I,2.3,4, Scholastic Bowl Team 2,3,4, Pep Club 4, Papoose Staff 4.
Walzer, Gina, Cheerleading l,2,3.4, Chorus I,2,3,4, Pop Ensemble 3,4, FHA l,2,3.4,
Homecoming Court 4, Scholastic Bowl Team 2,3,4, Volleyball I,2,3, Boys Track
Manager 2,3,4, Football statistician 4, Volleyball statistician 4.
Willstead, Anna, Chorus l,3,4, IVC Choral Festival 3,4, Yearbook 3.4, Pep Club 4,
Musical Student Director 3,4, Band 3.4, IVC Honor Band 3.4, IHSA Band Contest
3,4, Scholastic Bowl Team 3.4, FHA 4.
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Cory Bicket will make Beck's Oil a world-wide gas station and make millions.
Dawn Borg will be fired from Sullivan's where she goes crazy and bombs customers with produce items.
Kelley Brokaw will become the world's richest woman from selling Avon.
Claude Cook will gain a seat in the Philharmonic Orchestra after 25 years of auditioning.
Jacque Covert will take her lead role of Mama Longstreet all the way to Broadway.
Jim Friel will bring back the TV series Bosom Buddies and make it a smash hit.
Brooke Gorman will have a miraculous surgery on her knees and help the U.S. win the Olympic Volleyball games.
Abby Gray will write a helpful book entitled "How to Stay Awake in Any Class".
Rhonda Harris and husband Brian will be courtmartialed for espionage.
Amy Hopper will skyrocket to fame when she invents a new burger for McDonald's, only to later find out her new food causes cancer
Bill Jamison will become nationally known for his political editorials and as a result will become President of the United States.
Tracy Lindner will become a world-wide known hair dresser and come out with her own line of hair care.
Anna Madsen will start her own newspaper in New York City.
Cinamon Morse will spend the rest of her life at SIU - becoming a professional student.
Mary Murphy will become personal secretary to the President Bill Jamison.
Amber Perry will be lost in an airplane while crossing the Bermuda Triangle.
Rich Pozzi will become a famous pro-football player because of mistaken identity.
Michelle Prather will win a Pulitzer Prize for her book "lOl Ways to Keep Your English Teacher".
Mark Sanders will hit it big in comedy and land his own sitcom on NBC.
Monica Shipp will branch off from the Coffee Cup with her own Tea Cup.
Janet Sims will take over Wal-Mart and then go bankrupt due to improper schooling.
Missy Sims will marry Spud and win the shot put competition at the l992 Olympics.
Dave Turpen will hit an oil field while plowing his spring fields and be worth millions.
Peggy Wagner will become the National Trivial Pursuit Champion of l99O.
Gina Walzer will become a successful accountant for a famous corporation.
Anna Willstead will be imprisoned when she experiments with the human brain in a psychological experiment.
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arsity members included: B.
Smith, B. Jones, M. Sims, P.
Zabransky, L. Thompson. M.
Sapp. Coach Garvin, T. Krasko. J. Co-
vert, J. Schertz, B. Gorman, A. Perry,
A. Hopper, K, Brokaw, Asst. Coach
r-Soph team members included.
N. Miller, K, McCauley, L. Win-
ters, A. Hoover, R. Wilder, K.
Horwath. B. Jones, B. Smith, J.
Schertz, S. Kunkel, H. Kauffman,
MEL S GAS S SERVICE
oach Garvin - he's GREATII Nine years of
coaching at Tiskilwa has paid off for one
man John Garvin. When not teaching
principles of mathematics or spending time with
his wife and boys, Garvin spends a considerable
amount of time with his team, Through the
years, he has had great success and come
up with many strategies. lt takes a lot to
put a well-balanced team together but
Coach Garvin makes it seem simple.
He's a man with many talents and that
is clearly seen by his record of l58-
43 over the past years,
i986-87 was no exception to the
outstanding capabilities of
Coach Garvin's teams. At
the beginning of the season
the Dolls got off to a rough
start and the line-up had to be
changed several times. Not quite half-
way through the season the Dolls came at
their opponents full force. Offensively, the Dolls
were extremely tough behind the forces of Brooke Gor-
man, Jacque Covert, Amber Perry. and Piper Zabransky.
Jamie Schertz saw some playing time on the nets also. On the
defense, Missy Sims and Amy Hopper were exceptionally tough to
get the ball by and if these two couldn't handle it, Brenda Jones and Becky
Smith were brought in to try and recover possession of the ball. Amber Perry
and Tracy Krasko filled the empty spots of the setters and usually picked up any tips
dinks thrown their way. An awesome offense and a strict defense helped the Volleydolls
win third place at the IVC Conference Tournament and to capture the first place trophy
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There's a new club in town - sweatshirts and sunglasses are their gear. They love to mess around, but their top priority
is to cheer.
They boost our school's spirit with their posters - and attitudes, too. They give our team pride and confidence as they
support the Gold and the Blue.
Their worthy president is none other than Bill, who tries to fill the bleachers each game. To build school spirit is their
cause - and "The Gold and Blue Crew" is their name!
Members seated Clst rowj Julie Colby, Qnd rowl Amy Hoover, Nicole Miller, Laurie Thompson, Rhonda Wilder, Jill Bittner,
Gina Colby: C3rd rowj Michelle Kunkel, Julie Bell, Piper Zabransky, David Grebner, Crystal Funderberg, Michelle Harmon,
Gina Walzer, Jeanette Johnson, C4th rowj Rhonda Prunty, Kathy Fisher, Amy Hopper, Jacque Covert, Amber Perry, Jim
Friel. Members standing Clst rowl Janet Sims, Bill Jamison, Ond rowj Tracy Krasko, Tammy Hopper, Grd rowj David
Humphreys, Missy Sims, f4th rowj Cinamon Morse, Jodi Merkley, C5th rowj Peggy Wagner, Josie Sims, Dana Nevitt,
Amy Murphy, Kristin Horwath, Joan Schindel, and Sara Dana.
Teen of Year
Jim Friel was honored this year as the recipient of the DAR Award, Jim was also named the "Bureau County
Teen of the Year." This program is sponsored by the Bureau County Elks Lodge. Along with this title, Jim also
received a scholarship for SIOOO, Other Tiskilwa Teens of the Months were Jacque Covert, Todd Bittner, Missy
Sims, Laurie Thompson, and Mark Sanders. Of these, Missy Sims, Laurie Thompson, and Mark Sanders, along
with Jim, went on to become Bureau County Teens of the Months, Congratulations, Jim!
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Indians Climb to the Top
Bottom row. Coach Waca, M. Jones, C. Sears, D. Turpen, M. Gorman, C. Covert, M. Sanders, R. Pozzi, J. Friel, L. Wooden, J. Freeman, T. Lamb. Top row.
Coach Sarver, T. Frank, B. Moretz. T. Bittner, E. Olson, R. Allen, T. Friel, R. Wheeler, C. Bickett, K. Cordum, D. Humphreys. Coach Thompson
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Collecting information is how they pass the time,
They work on the offense and the defense too, col-
lecting information for the gold and the blue. They
loyally support T.H.S. all the way. But they get little
recognition and of course they get no pay. Who are
these "unknowns" with such a risky mission? . . .
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Tiskilwa vs. Bradford
Tiskilwa vs. Tampico
Tiskilwa vs. Annawan
Tiskilwa vs. Wyanet
Tiskilwa vs. DePue
Tiskilwa vs. LaMoilIe
Tiskilwa vs. Walnut
Tiskilwa vs. Wyoming
Tiskilwa vs Western
Tiskilwa vs Bradford
Tiskilwa vs Tampico
Tiskilwa vs. Annawan
Tiskilwa vs Wyanet
Tiskilwa vs DePue
Tiskilwa vs LaMoiIIe
Tiskilwa vs Walnut
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Varsity Team Front: 4Managersj P. Andriotis, M. Salsman. Middle. Coach Brown, D, Turpen, J. Friel, M. Sanders Coach Thompsc
Back: J. Merkley, R, Allen, K. Cordum, T. Bittner, D. Smith, T. Wright, C. Covert, M. Gorman, C. Andersen, C. Sears J Freema
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R. Wheeler, T. Wright, C. Covert, J. Freeman, M. Sears, R. Allen, S. Ingersoll
son. Fresh-Soph had a 6-I3 record under Coach Brown.
Varsity had a little bad luck at the beginning of the year. Dave Turpen was out with a knee injury because of football
Mark Sanders and Chris Andersen both had injuries and were out for many games but the team went on without them
They were glad to get them back though.
Congratulations for a job well done boysl
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Under first year coaches Thompson and Brown, the Indians did rather well. Varsity had a I4-I3 record under Coach Thomp-
BASKETB LL SCORES
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1 T.H.S. Hall 43-62
VS Ta"'p'C"IA7 3334 T.H.S. . ohio 59-54
vs Haumb D-30 T.H.S. Walnut 53-39
T.H.S. . Wenona 45-39
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V- Wenonaw 19.28 BRADFORD TOURNAMENT
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Back row: J. Bittner. N. Miller, P. Zabransky, J. Johnson, J. Schertz, A. Murphy, L. Winters. Mr. Garvin.
Front row. G. Colby, B. Jones, M. Sims, R. Wilder, J. Colby, K. Horwath, L. Halsey.
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l987 Girls' Track
The l987 Tiskilwa High School girls' track team was very young and inex-
perienced. Those two factors hurt them early in the year, but they ended
up having a pretty successful year. The girls were 4-2 in the East division
of the conference and 5th in the conference meet. Three girls were con-
ference champions - Missy Sims in the shot put. Brenda Jones in the
800 m run. and Kristi Horwath inthe 3200 m run. Missy and Brenda were
selected to participate in the prestigious Peoria Honor Roll meet. The high-
light of the season was Missy placing 2nd in the state with a toss of 40'
8 lf2". She also set a new record in the Peoria Honor Roll Meet by winning
the shot put with a toss of 4l' S". The old record was 4I' Z".
ys' Track Keeps Workin
Coach Brown, J. Friel, Capt. Bottom: M. Griffin, T. Hassler, D. Humphreys, T. Bittner. Top. J. Freeman, M. Jones, J. Friel. R. Pozzi,
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The l9S7 Boys' Track Team couldn't have been more balanced. Of the total eight team mem-
bers. four were sprinters and four were distancerunners. They were successful against
teams which were as small in numbers but, of course. they needed depth. In the Normal
Relays, their team effort showed as they placed in every relay except the mile relay.
Highlights of the season:
IVC Meet at Rock Falls - D. Humphreys placed 2nd in the 3200 m Run.
Bureau County Meet at Princeton - Everyone placed in at least one event.
Sectional Meet at Dunlap - T. Bittner placed 4th in Pole Vault.
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Sponsored by HARPER WYMAN, Princeton, IL
Recap "Yesterda "
Yearbook members of the l986-87 staff included A. Willst-
ead, J. Johnson, J. Schindel, L. Thompson. A. Hopper, P. Sissel.
S. Dana, and Mrs. Fredenhagen. Putting a yearbook together
is not always easy and if you had asked any of these young
ladies, they would have testified to that. These eight people
put in many hours of hard work to capture all the memories
that are treasured in later years. Next time you see a year-
book staff person, thank them for their efforts.
Sponsored by COUNTRY COMPANIES,
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Playing to the Beat of Victor
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Color Guard A. Hopper, B. Jones, H. Kauffman, J. Johnson.
Chorus Learns War Whoops
The l986-87 chorus turned out not only bigger but also better than years past. Mrs. Hamilton reminded chorus members many times how great the quality
of the sound produced had become. On November IS, all chorus members, except a few freshmen, loaded on the bus to take the annual trip to the IHSA Chorus
Festival. After practicing all day, more than 200 young men and women entertained parents and guests. The trip to the festival always proves to be very helpful
and this year was no exception. With the help of Mr. James Parks, we learned to create better tone quality.
The kids from Tiskilwa were also busy during the I986-87 school year. They entertained at meetings, churches, concerts, and competed at the Solo and Ensemble
A special addition to the chorus department was the student director, Miss Eileen Ward. Miss Ward originally came from Minooka, Illinois and was a senior
at ISU. There she was maioring in Music Ed. - ChoralfGeneralfInstrumentaI K-I2. Here, Miss Ward helped direct both the chorus and the band and also helped
Out with the directing of the musical. We hope that Miss Ward had fun and learned many new things during her stay here at THS.
Members of the I986-87 Chorus were: D. Hamilton, K.
McCauley, S, Hoyt, K. Horwath, D. Nevitt, J. Bittner, A.
Perry, J. Joiner, L. Winters, M. Forbeck, J. Merkley, L.
Frye, M. Forbeck, T. Hopper, J. Stowe, P. Zabransky. B.
Smith, H. Kauffman, B. Jones, N. Miller, T.Krasko, A,
Murphy, L, Thompson, M. Harmon, A. O'Neill, T. Bro-
kaw, M. Sapp, J. Schindel, J. Johnson, B. Gorman, J, Co-
vert, A. Perry. K. Brokaw, A. Hopper, J. Schertz, G. Wal-
zer, A. Willstead, L. Mast, R. Allen. T. Friel, K. Cordum,
D. Smith, S. Ingersoll, J. Gibbs, M. Sears, P. Andriotis,
J. Friel, M. Sanders, C. Covert, T. Wright.
Pop Ensemble members included: T. Bittner, A. O'NeiIl,
J. Johnson, C. Covert, J. Covert, D. Smith, M. Sanders,
A. Perry, L. Thompson, G. Walzer, N. Miller, H. Kauff-
man, J. Bittner, K. Brokaw, J. Friel, T. Friel, A. Wetzel,
R. Allen, K. Cordum, L. Mast.
Academically the Besl
Members of the National Honor Society were from I. to r. - T. Friel, A. O'NeiIl,
I K. Cordum, top row: Mrs. Schriver, advisor, M. Sapp, J. Covert. J. Johnson, S.
Dana. M. Sims.
The NHS officers were from I. to r. -J. Johnson - Treasurer. A. O'NeilI - Secre-
. tary, M. Sims - Vice President. J. Covert - President.
Student Coun ll
The new members were not able to be pictured, but were as follows: Seniors
B. Gorman, A. Hopper, Juniors, D. Smith, L. Thompson, Sophomores, M. Jones
H. Kauffman, J. Senneff.
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J. Friel, Pres.
The l986-87 Student Council members were, lst row, K. Brokaw, M. Sims,
2nd row: B. Jamison, M. Sanders, J. Friel, J. Covert, 3rd row: N. Senneff
J. Colby, N. Miller, B. Jones, M. Sapp, J. Johnson, R. Wheeler, K. Cordum, I
H. Kauffman, T. Bittner, M. Salsman. J. Senneff, T. Hassler. Not pictured,
M. Jones, D. Smith.
This year's members organized the homecoming activities, planned the
Christmas party. and also started a Student Council Exchange.
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FFA Plows Through Again
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D Members are. front row. C. Colby, B.
Jamison, C. Bickett, second row. R.
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Wright, S. Harrison, and Mr. Piascyk.
The Tiskilwa FFA chapter welcomed a
new ag teacher and FFA advisor at the
beginning of the school year, Mr. Ted
Elections for the new officers resulted
in Bill Jamison, Presidenti Cory Bickett,
vice president, Chad Colby, secretary,
Dave Turpen, treasurer, Chris Covert.
sentinel, and Todd Wright, reporter.
Some of the activities of FFA included:
the harvesting of the school plot, the
field day in September, the attendance
of the Greater Peoria Farm Show, the
Sadie Hawkins Dance, the planting of
the plot. Bill Jamison and Chad Colby
competed in the public speaking con-
test in March, also. To end the year, the
FFA had their awards night banquet in
the THS gym.
Bottom Row: A. O'NeiII, M. Harmon, J. Schindel, T. Krasko, P. Zabranski, J. Bell, M. Kunkel, M. Evans Second Row: S. Dana, S. Hoyt, B. Smith, D. Mecum, M.
Murphy. A. Hopper, A. Madsen Third Row: J. Sims, R. Prunty, A. Willstead, D. Borg, P. Wagner, T. Lindner, Mrs. Burress Top Row. K. Fisher, A. Perry, C. Morse,
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Librarians are as follows: A. Madsen, R. Prunty. Mrs. R. Linneman,
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The Building Trades class started this year out by placing concrete
24' X 30 two-car garage.
During the cold weather they worked inside on book shelves for the
Tiskilwa Township Library and individual class proiects for the stu-
During the spring the class repaired the plumbing in the grade
school portable classroom. Also a new roof was installed on
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Physics: Edition '87
Torque? Vectors? Momen-
tum? Magnitude? These terms
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students, but for five seniors it
was a dail habit to learn them.
X X Once again.Princeton High School of-
pi! l , fered the course to our students and
J ' .X Xl Q five seniors decided to "risk it."
,Q A L l f f"' K Jacque Covert, Jim Friel, Brooke Gorman,
L X XO' gf Mark Sanders. and Missy Sims were the five
, 1. " that traveled to Princeton every day to learn
'A the basics of physics. It was advantageous for
P f TT? Q' T r A this year's group to go because they were taught
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Dancers work out "A Day in the Country".
Mark tries his hand at rearranging the script.
The quartet works on the opening scene.
Papa and Stevie take a ride in the country.
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but Floy escaped and the closing of the musical comedy
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the store, Tracy?!
Love, Dad You're very dear to all of us,
Love, Mom S Dad
We are proud of you, Janet! You're the apple of our eye, David!
Love, Mom 8 Dad Love, Grandma
We are proud of you,
Mr. S Mrs. William Durbin
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'm so proud of you, Gina! .i i .ove always, Mom J S was '
My, how the years flew by, Jacque!
Love, Mom S Dad
Anna - my little girl is all grown up!
Love always, Mom
We're so proud of you, Kelly and wish you
God's Blessings for your future!
Lots of hugs, Dad 5 MOITI You're still our baby boy, Cory!
Love, Mom E Dad
Dawn - Good Luck in your desire to move to Colorado and fol- Claude, no words can describe my happl
lowing your goals you have set for yourself! ness!
Love, Mom S Dad Love, Mom
Peggy, we knew you could do it! Love, Mom E1 Dad
Michelle, remember when you got the flannel and the kittens
and went outside to play?!
Love, Mom S Dad
Best wishes in your future, Brookel Hope you have the best, Abbyl
LOVE, lVl0m 5 Dad We're wishing you all the best, Rich! Love, Mom S Dad
Love, your family
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Dont get In over your head Billy'
Love Mom S Dad
Hi Missy' Mary? We re real proud of you
We love you Your family
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and a friend
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at what has been
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quite some time
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down the line
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to get along.
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were just prolonged.
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outweighed the bad,
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indeed been sad.
The times we spent together
I won't regret,
And you, my friends,
I will never forget.
We re so proud Rhonda!
Love your family
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Yearbook staff award v Anna Willstead
Yearbook Editor award - Amy Hopper
American Legion Awards S Jacque Covert 8 Jim Friel
Stanley Anderson S David Urban AthleticfScholarship Awards -
Jim Friel S Amber Perry
Marcella Borge Keener Math Award - Missy Sims
Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Awards - Missy Sims 8 Mark Sanders
Citizenship Awards - Missy Sims S Claude Cook
Activities Awards -Jim Friel, Amber Perry, S Missy Sims
Scholarship awards e Jacque Covert. Jim Friel, Brooke Gorman,
Amy Hopper, Michelle Prather, Missy Sims, S Anna Willstead.
PTA Award S Amy Hopper
Hauter Scholarship Awards - Missy Sims S Jim Friel
Presidential Academic Awards - Jacque Covert S Missy Sims
Dee Menery Memorial Award - Claude Cook
Journalism Awards W Bill Jamison S Rhonda Prunty
National Honor Society Award for DAR Winner - Jim Friel
Outstanding Athlete Awards - Jim Friel, Missy Sims 8 Amber
College Scholarship Awards -
Brooke Gorman - Bethel College Academic
Anna Willstead - Goshen College Honors
Jacque Covert - IVCC Merit
Missy Sims v IVCC Merit
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