THE WINOLA HIGH SCHOGL
CLASS OF 1988
PRESENTS THE 36TH EDITION
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mile is a word defined as a slight upward curve
of the mouth due to an overabundance of joy or
happiness in oneself or the people around them.
Smiles are hard to discover in the early morning,
but as the day comes to a close slight turns of the
corners of students' mouths emerge. Finally, near
the end of the day of hard work and study smiles
come through and are seen as the 3:10 bell rings.
just remember: Smiles take no energy and may
cause another person to show their "pearly whites!"
So, smile to show the people around you that life
isn't all that bad!
A smile is a SLIGHT upward curve of the month, Dani?
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As a person makes his way through the halls of Winola, he may notice the
different clothing and apparel that each of the students may wear from
cowboy boots to wrestling shoes, designer jeans to mini skirts, school jackets
to trench coats, and even P.E. clothes have come into fashion! To many
people, being with the fads and trends is a way of life and has proudly
become a custom at Winola High School.
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HAT ARE YOU
BLUSHI G ABOUT?!?
Many things happen to people everyday. It may be good like getting an 'A' on a test when you
thought you had bombed it. Or it may be bad like burning your cake which was being graded
on in cooking class. But how about the things that make other people laugh and make you feel
embarrassed. Well, here are some things which have happened to a few students at Winola:
- "I was an attendant at Homecoming and fell while walking down the aisle at coronationf'
- "At our ROWVA basketball game, our team walked into the women's restroom instead of
the locker room."
- "When I walked into Hardee's with my date, and we ordered. I went to pay, but didn't have
- "Sth grade P.E,, we were playing basketball and I took off the jersey and my shirt came off,
- "Getting caught 'borrowing' the answers to a history test while Mr. Nelson was in
- "When I was trying to impress a guy that I really liked and tripped over my own feet."
- "When the ceiling tile in the boys' locker room was open, I walked into the room with no
clothes on to find a bunch of girls watching."
- "When I got caught by the mailman with a girl, doing something I shouldn't have been
And last but not least, what seems to always happen to a person with a cat . . .
- "Locking my keys in my car!"
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the word "disgusting" is defined more appropriately by the students of Winola w
dine in the well-known eating establishment, the school cafeteria. Though cafeteria fo
does not beat the favorites like Hardee's, McDonald's, or Taco Bell, it still is not as aw
as Grandma's thrown together mystery meal or Dad's family favorite - TV Dinne
Those of you who took the time to fill our our precious poll allowed us to know yc
favorite school meals. Clf you had one.J They are as follows:
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1987-88 was a year when rules were made, and then broken . . .
nese two guys look like trustworthy seniors with good advice?
Through the last 4 years, this class of seniors have been blessed with
experience and lesson learning skills! So, who better to ask advice? Right?
To the underclassmen:
- "Don't be like everyone else. Be your own person!"
- "Don't let what other people say bother you!" ,
- "Make the most out of high school and don't spend all your time
- "Don't wish your high school days away!"
- "Hang in there! It's worth the 4 years."
CEE THE DEEP E D!
Fingernails ran down the chalkboard, feet tapping vigorously, loud
excessive noises, etc. all are able to drive someone off the deep end.
Everyone has something that totally irks them and gets on their nerves,
even if they cannot think of one right off hand! Here are some of our
- "When people say they're fat, and they're not."
- "People who talk all the time, but never know what they're talking
- "People who actually look dumb."
- "When someone doesn't put the cap back on the shampoo bottle."
- Girls who wear baggy clothes."
- "When a TV show leaves off at a good part until the next week."
- "When people call us 'Twins'."
-- "When someone keeps changing the radio from station to station."
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Thxs year golf was added to the extra currrcular actnvme
Wrnola Darek Dowsett became the first Wnnola golfer Altho
he practrced wrth and golfed with the Aledo squad he was st
Wrnola jet There Darek golfed on both the Juruor Varsrry
Varsrty squads Darek drd an excellent job representmg Wrnola
should be notnced for hrs great accomphshments
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School board members from top to bottom are as follows: john
Carlson, Kirk Sims, Michael Nelson, Larry Streeter, Roland
Nelson, Sally Chapman CSecretaryD, and Robert Olson CPresidentJ.
Jeanne Davenport - Winola High School Secretary
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Back row, cooks: jennifer Gregg, Ola Robb, Joyce Devlin, Front row:
Tracy Sullivan, and jami Bell, Substitute not pictured is Ardis
janitorial Services - Nancy Olson, Russell jenkins, and
"Dedicated Librarian" "I-Ie's at it again!"
Nor Again!" Shown in this picture is only part of the Winola High School Staff that has taught us many things over the ,,
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IN MEMORY OF TODD CHARLES DAVENPORT
Todd passed away December 23, 1986 of his junior year. To all who knew Todd, he
was a fun-loving, courageous, and one-of-a-kind friend. Even though his life was full of
setbacks, especially his neck injury during football of his sophomore year, he always
kept a good outlook on life. Wherever Todd is, we know he is having the time of his
life and although we cannot be with him, he is with all of us in our hearts and
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S.A.D.D. officers for 1987-88 were: President - Annette Houdyshell, Vice Pres. - Pat Smet,
Secretary - Lynn Fair, Treasury -- Kim Struble, Committee Leaders were: Mary Moseley,
Linda Hays, Elise Hoglund
The S.A.D.D. organization is goin5
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S.A.D.D. to Winola, everyone acted ,
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Graciously yours, Pres. '87-
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This year FHA did many wonderful projects. FHA had Daddy Daughter
Date Night for all the FHA members and their fathers, had a style show for the
public where FHA members modeled outHts from surrounding stores, lock-in
where freshmen were welcomed, sold spices, treasure chests, pizzas, Easter candy,
Bears, and many other things, This year the FHA went to Chicago and visited
Brookefield Zoo, and ate at the Hard Rock Cafe. This year Wintmla should be
proud of four outstanding members who achieved higher positions in section
and state offices. jennifer Wilson went from Region 5 State Officer to State
President. Traci Brooks went from Section 3A Vice President to Region 3 State
Officer. jill Skinner is the 88-89 Section 3A President. Kelly Harrison is 88-89
Section 3A Vice President. Without Mrs. "BH these four girls Wouldnit have
these important offices and responsibilities. Thanks Mrs. HBH! The following
pictures on this page are of State Convention.
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87-'88 State Offiter Chp. Rep. Voting Delegate 88-'89 Set. SA Vice-Pres.
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88-'89 Set. BA Pres.
The WILD Mrs. HBH!!
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OFFICERS: Dani Davenport - President, Lame Dowsctt 1 Vice Pres-
ident, Chris Vavrosky - Secrcrary, Dena Dowsutt - Treasurer
Such bravery deserves that award!
This year the 1987-88 Student Council did many activities. The
student council was in charge of homecoming week, held two blood
mobiles which were successful, helped with new foods on A la Carte
line, and renewed school's library magazines. Without Mrs. Neder-
brock's help the student council wouldnlt have managed. Thanks a
lot Mrs. Nedetbtock.
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1987-88 Officers: President - Dena Dowsert, Vice
President - Brooke Shaw, Sec,fTreas, - Angi Chap-
S.A.E. is students taking action for education. This year we had
students who ran errands, picked up attendance slips, and handed
out announcements. Sorry for the inconvenience but the yearbook
did not have a picture of the S.A.E. officers. Again sorry for the
pictured at the left is Tom Mack
The Art club for 1987-88 consisted of nine members. je
Doonan, Melaina Robinson, Kathy Portugue, David Croxton, S
Cassidy, Mary Moseley, Pam Eckhardt, Tom Mack, and Pete M
The club went on a day trip this year to Chicago, where they v
the mall and saw a play "Once Upon a Mattress". The club also
to the Winola Elementary and painted pictures on the children's
The clubls sponsor this year was Ellen Weaver.
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This year, the Winola Industrial Arts Club was busier than they have ever been. In
ition to their raffles of three hand-made clocks, they also raffled off an adult-size
:ing horse, and sold shadow boxes and bread boxes for Mother's Day.
fhe club also competed in the 31st Western Illinois Art Fair, where they won lst place
iround in the class II schools division. Out of the 49 projects entered there, the Winola
ustrial Arts Club had l winner of an excellence award, Tom Mack, and also received 19
standing awards, 20 superiors, and 9 honorable mentions in the fields of furniture
ting, metals, machine woodworking, sheet metal, mass production and general
Left to Right - T. Mack - Pres., S. Smith - V, Pres., M. Kness - Sec., Mr. Weese -
Sponsor, j. Mack - Student Council Rep., R. Stropes - Alt. Student Council Rep, T.
Becker - Treasurer
Mr, Weese - Hard at work
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Top Row: Rob Baldwin, Brett McWhorter, Lance Dowsett, jeff Richman, Mark Harkert, Todd Lantau, Chad Minch
Monson. Third Row: Richie Stropes, Bill Hickok, Clint Barnes, Jason Minteer, Jay Brooks, Harvey Brandon, Eddie Fontenoy
Scott Brooks. Second Row: Eric Noyd, Kevin Smith, Scott Smith, Pete Mack, Gary Brown, Brian johnson, Carl johnson
Johnson, and Eric Whan. Bottom Row: Assistant Coach jim Lee, Head Coach Jim Kovac, Tom Mack, Matt Kness, Roy
Assistant Coach jack Welch.
SENIORS: Top Row: Tom Mack. Third Row: Richie Stropes, Bill
Hickok, Lance Dowsett, jay Brooks, Clint Barnes, Eric Whan, and
Scott Brooks. Second Row: Eric Noyd, Pete Mack, Chris johnson,
Brian johnson, Harvey Brandon. Bottom Row: Kevin Smith, Matt
Coaches: jack Welch, jim Kovac and jim Lee
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Conference Record 3-4 5th Place
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VARSITY FOOTBALL AWARDS
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Carljohnson Eric Berheger Chad Minch Mark Harkert Chris Rigg Todd Lantau Bill Monson Kris Topping
Chris Lomelino Coby McXVhorter Travis Noyd jim Rowland Mark McCready jeff Ortner Mike Campbell jon
John Carlson, josh Hall, John Peterson, Mike Gregg, Bob McMullen, Clay Riddell
Coaches: jim Kovac jim Lee jack Welch
in determination. Although their record did not indicate
played good football throughout the season
After struggling all season and losing some close
young Jets put it all together in a season finale Whipping of
With a continued commitment next year the Fresh-Soph
hopes to be more successful.
The 1987 Fresh-Soph Football Team was lacking in size
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The fresh-soph footba.ll team individual awards are: Travis Noyd, 3-D awardg
Todd Lantau, best offensive back and most valuable playerg Carl johnson, best
defensive linemang Kris Topping, most improved playerg Chad Minch, best
defensive backg and Chris Lomelino, best offensive lineman.
Back row from left to right: Dena Dowsett, Amy Schone, Mindi Esslinger, Kelly Mack, Pat Smet, jennifer Wilson, Chris
Vavroslcy, Coach McCormick. From row from left to right: Missy I-Iofer, Dani Davenport, Sandy McMullen, Jennifer
Doonan, Traci Brooks, jill Skinner, Kelly Harrison, and Angie Newton.
SENIORS: Front row: Dena Dowsett, Amy Schone. Second row: Mindi Esslinger, Missy Hofer. Third row: Sandy
McMullen, Dani Davenport. Top: jennifer Doonan.
Regionals - made it to semi-finals.
Westmer Tourn. 4th place
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The Fresh-Soph Volleyball team had a
great season this year. The team won
fifteen out of sixteen games with just one
loss against Orion.
The team also received a trophy and
first place at the Alwood Invitational
Tournament. They had a perfect record of
8 wins and O losses and easily took the
Championship of the Lincoln Trail Con-
left to right: back row - Anna Olson, Nicole Bollinger, Angie Olson, Beth McKinley, Tara Smith, Kristi Swank, Lanie Riddell Head Coach Maud McCormick Front
- Karen Stoner, Kim Brown, jennifer johnson, Kristi McKinley, Jennifer Willems, and Kristi Keck
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Awards were given and received by:
Kim Brown - Most Improved
Nicole Bollinger - Lady jet Award
Angie Olson - Highest Serving Percentage
Beth McKinley - Best Offensive Player
Lanie Riddel - Best Defensive Player
Tara Smith - Most Valuable Player
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The Pom-Pon Squad this year
did a number of creative, sequenc-
ing routines, and also a variety of
novelty routines which were crowd
pleasers, The squad would like to
thank Nancy Olson for being spon-
sor this year who helped come up
with many routine ideas. They
would also like to thank the moth-
ers who helped make the new skirts
for this year's squad.
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Awards for the 1987-88 year went to:
Most Pep - Debbie Sehutree
Most Valuable - Pat Smer
Most Improved - Karen Stoner
SPONSOR: Nancy Olson
DRS: Debbie Schurre, Sandy McMullen, Sherri
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Back row: Marcie Brown, Pam Ekhardt, Missy Herbert. Front row: Melaina Robinson,
and Angi Houdyshell.
Winola Fresh-Soph cheerleaders made
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for Varsity. Although it took a lot of ti
hard work, they pulled through as a team
received their Varsity letters.
1987-88 Cheerleading Squad
ow: Eddie Fontenoy, La.nce Dowsett, Marcie Brown, Angie I-Ioudyshell, Chris Vavrosky, Kelly
Pam Eckhardt, Brian johnson and Pete Mack. Front row: Melaina Robinson, jill Skinner, Kym
and Traci Brooks.
ir the first time in the history of Winola the jets did not have a Varsity Football
ing squad, so the Fresh-Soph cheered for both teams and received their Varsity
. This year we had four cheerguys: Pete Mack, Brian johnson, Lance Dowsett
Eddie Fontenoy who did an outstanding job at pyramids and partner stunts.
was probably the most co-operative squad Winola has ever had. The squad
very excited and proud to win the 1987 Winola Holiday Tournament,
nially since it was the last one because of the annexation with Sherrard. Winola
we proud of its past cheering squads and this year's cheering squad ever for
enjoyed working with this squad this past year. It will make my last year as a
:la sponsor a memorable one" quoted Susie Adams.
CHEERGUYS: Eddie Fontenoy, Lance Dowsett, Brian johnson
and Pete Mack.
Front: Dani Davenport, Mincli Esslinger, Dena Dowsett, jennifer Vlilson, Angie
Newton, Kelly Harrison, Beth McKinley, jami Bell, Pat Smet, Manager: Angi
1988 Senior girls line up
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Varsity Girl's Scores
Winola vs. Westmer 47
Winola vs, Aleclo 37
Winola vs. Warren 48
Winola vs. Rockridge 32
Winola vs. Sherrard 42
Winola vs. WethersHeld 40
Winola vs. Cambridge 24
Winola vs. Toulon 4 l
Winola vs. Alwood 29
Winola vs. Galva 5 3
Winola vs. ROWVA 42
Winola vs. Galva 38
Winola vs, Westmer 4 l
Winola vs. Alexis 40
Winola vs. WethersHeld 47
Winola vs. ROWVA 29
Winola vs. Toulon 24
Winola vs. Alwood 40
Winola vs, Galva 41
Winola vs. Cambridge 36
Winola vs. Alexis 49
FRESH-SQPH. GIRLS' BASKETBAI
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ottom: Lisa Bisom, Heidi Hollar, Kristi McKinley, Ianie Riddell, Kristi Swank, Kim Brown, Anna
ara Smithhlennifer johnson, jennifer Willems, Nicole Bollinger, and Angie Olson. Not pictured is
The Fresh-Soph girls' Basketball team ended
their season with a 13-7 record. Although their
season had a "rocky" start, the team pulled
together with a little hard work to end the
season on a happy note. The squad finished
second in the Orion Tournament after finally
defeating ROWVA. Other highlights of the
season were their victories over Aledo, Alwood,
and their tough losses to Cambridge and
ROWVA during regular season play. Overall,
the girls had a great season.
VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL
Back row: Coach jack Welch Middle row: Chad Minch, john Shull, Tim Becker, Eric Whan, Rob
Baldwin, Bill Monson, and Tom Mack. Front row: Gary Brown, Todd Nelson, Roy Whan, and jeff
VARSITY BOYS' BASKETBALL
We began the 1987-88 basketball season with a very young 81 inexperienced l l
man team who wanted to play basketball AND WIN.
Working with these athletes throughout the season consisted of many UPS and
Making important 3 points - To - Missing key freethrows
Great Assists - To - Crucial turnovers
Double OT WIN - To Tough OT loss
Having Unanimous All-Conference Selection - To - Key injuries
Players scoring 8-I4 points a quartet - To - 4 total points an entire
That's what makes basketball what it is. I loved the entire season. We had
several goals and did quite well. We had 4 players receive votes to the All-
Conference Team. This indicates the total team concept in which the bench
played an important role.
Seniors: Tim Becker, Eric Whan, and Tom Mack.
Varsity Boy's Scores
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Front row: Travis Noyd, Mitch Wilson, jamie Becker, jamie Carlson, Mark McCready, john Carlson, Back row: Toby Lingafelrer, Kris Topping, Mark Harkerr, Eric Ber
jamie Phillips, Troy Nimrick, and Bob McMullen, nor pictured: jason Hasr.
This year's Fresh-Soph Boys basketball season came through with a record of 2
wins and 20 losses. Their wins were against Toulon and Vffethersfield teams.
Although this record may not show the whole story, but these boys have had a
strong and hard season.
The team consisted of 3 sophomore boys and the rest freshmen who worked
together to accomplish goals as a team. In this process, they came out with a new
coach and assistant Varsity coach, Mr. Denise Henderson.
At the end of the season, the boys will participate in a week long tournament at
Fresh-Soph Boy's Scores
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42 ' vs. 55
43 ' vs. 65
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37 ' vs. ' 64
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Second Row: Craig Brown, Todd Lantau, Tom Mack, Chris Rigg, Brett McWhorter, Scott Smith, jeff Richmond, Todd Nelson, jamie Carlson, Gary Brown Third
nach Mike Patterson, Tim Becker, Carl johnson, Pete Mack, Eric Whan, Clint Barnes, Harvey Brandon, and Coby McWhorter,
Coach Mike Patterson with spectating viewers.
Coach jim Kovac working on the sidelines.
This year's boys' team worked hard
toward personal goals during the season.
They built up strength with weight lifting
which was done during P.E. class and also
Awards for this year's season were:
Most Improved -- Chris Rigg
Most Valuable - Brett McWhorter
Country Companies - Pete Mack
First Row: DeDe Micheals, jennifer
Willems, Second Row: Kristie McKin-
ley, Kim Sloan, Hiedi Hollar, Kim
Brown. Third Row: Angie Olson,
Nicole Bollinger, Lanie Riddell, Kelly
Mack, Anna Olson. Fourth Row: Dena
Dowsett, Debbie Schutre, Angi Chap-
man, Coach jim Lee. Not Pictured: Lisa
Bisom, Kristi Swank, Beth McKinley,
Kelly Harrison, Angie Newton.
Lisa Bisom - lst in shot put at Conference SENIORS: Debbie Schutte, Dena Dowsett, Angi Chapman Coach "General" Lee
and Sectionals and 7th at State.
This year the 1987-88 track team worked hard, complained a lot, but overall had fun throughout the whole season. The team
new faces not just the freshman, but also the coach, Mr. jim Lee. He pushed us to our limits, encouraged us when we needed it, and
around in the times we needed it!
The team had many accomplishments during the season. Kim Sloan received lst in conference in the 2 mile run, Beth McKinley took
conference in the high jump, and Lisa Bisom stole lst in conference for the shot put. She also took lst in Sectionals, and 7th at Stat'
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Marching Band had a great year with their new director Mr.
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The chorus faced some huge challenges
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one solo fensemble contest. At the end of
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rector's Award, and Chris Rigg, Eric
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Choreographer - Suzie Adams
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Vic Ames - Chris Rigg
Electra Mulligan - Kym Young
Marlon Van Brut - Doug Wfoolam
Mr. Amesfwolf - Eric Young
Mrs. Amesfjennifer - Nicole Bollinger
Morris Schwarzenegger - Eric Noyd
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Mrs, Swanson - Brooke Shaw
Miss Guppy - Rhonda Sandahl
Horace Wfood - Mike Wherry
Archie - Darek Dowsetft
Felicity Fern - Kelly Harrison
Stacie Sledge - Kristi Swank
Mary - Kim Struble
Venus di Mulligan -jennifer Gregg
Louise - Kristie Keck
Coral - Kelly Mack
The Wild Ones - Angie Newton, Kelly Mack,
Kristie Keck, Eric Noyd
Student il - Melaina Robinson
Student 9562 - Marcie Brown
Waitress - Lota Saunders
Other students - Mary Moseley, Lynn Fair, Elise
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Doug Wtmolam, jennifer Gregg, Kym Young,
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Robinson, Marcie Brown
Lighting - Tom Mack, Pete Mack, john Mack,
Kris Topping, Angie Chapman
Stage Crew - Lisa Bisom, Travis Noyd, Tara
Schaechter, jeff Ortner, Kim Brown, john
Peterson, josh Hall
Pit Band - jennifer johnson, Karen Stoner, jeff
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Scenery Design -jim and Sue Robinson
Costumes - judy Bollinger, janet Mack, and the
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King: Tim Becker
Queen: Darci Andrews
Seniors: Bill Hickok
Seniors: Clint Barnes
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Sophomores: Ianie Riddell
Freshmen: Jamie Becker
absent: Chad Lundquist Kim Brown
Crownbearers: jason Craft
Chaperone: Connie Brooks Helper: jim Robinson
LOVE WILL FI D A WAY
You don'r look like you're enjoying yourself Melaina Robinson?
SWEETHEART BALL 1987-88
Tom Mack and Missy Hofer
Debbie Schuttee and Eric Wham
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Traci Brooks 81 Todd Nelson
Nicole Bollinger 81 Chad Minch
jennifer johnson 85 jon McAttee
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1988 junior-Senior Prom was held at the Entertainment Source
in Hampton at 6:30 on the thirtieth of April. We sat down to eat
the dinner served by HY-VEE, at approximately 7:00. When we
finished eating we danced to the fantastic music played for us, After
coronation at 9:30 we danced some more until it was time for all of
us to leave for Post Prom held at the East Moline YMCA. Post
Prom was over at 5:00 a.m.
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Each year students are selected to participate in Girls' and Boys' State in which they learn about out government and everythi
involved. This year for Girls' State Traci Brooks and jennifer Wilson were selected from New Windsor and Kim Struble from Viola
the Boys' State, Scott Smith, Gary Brown, jon Mack were selected from Viola and Steve Kruse from New Windsor
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Angie Chapman - Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics Achievement Award, Presidential Academic Fitness
Award, Illinois State Scholar.
Dena Dowfett - Winola Senior Girl Athlete of the Year Award.
Erie Wban - Winola Senior Boy Athlete of the Year Award.
Debbie Sehulle - Black Hawk Foundation 35500 Presidential Scholarship.
Dani Davenport - DAR, Presidential Academic Fitness Award.
Erie Noyd - Mildred Thirtyacre Memorial Scholarship, Presidential Fitness Award.
Pele Maek - SAR.
Sandy McMullen - Presidential Academic Fitness Award.
Brooke Shaw - Presidential Academic Fitness Award, Illinois State Scholar.
Mindi Eulinger - Black Hawk College Basketball Scholarship.
Clin! Barnef and Tim Berber - Presidential Physical Fitness Award.
WINOLA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1988
8:00 P. M.
' Processional ..... ........,.,...,.4......,.....,. C laudine johnson
' invocation .,,.,.., ..,,...,. R everend john Paul Dexter, Pastor
Calvary Lutheran Church of New Windsor
Musical Presentation-"Adaramus Te" qWe Adore Theej ....
L. P. Beveridge
Winola Senior High School Chorus .....,.4......,, Russell Robb, Director
Welcome and introduction ........4 ......,... C harles A. Lane, Principal
Winoia High School
Scripture -Psalm 8 ,..., ,....,,.......... ,.., . .,,......... ,.,..... R e v erend Dexter
Message-"Now What's In the Stars for Us". ,..... Reverend Dexter
Musical Presentation - "The Rose"
Winola Senior High School Chorus
' Benediction ....,, ....................,...
' Recessional -"Let Me Ride" ..,.,.,... .....
. . ...Amanda McBroom
......RusseiI Rsbb, Director
. .... Reverend Dexter
....by Kirby Shaw
Winola Senior High School Chorus ....... .,.... R ussell Robb, Director
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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1988
8:00 P. M.
' Processional - "At the Summit" by Nowak
"Pomp and Circumstances" by Edward Elgar
Winola Jnit Concert Band Russell Robb. Director
'Invocation Danielle Davenport. President
Class of i988
Salutatorlan Address . Angela Clwacrnan
Music Presentation' "Battle l-lymn of the Republic"
Winola Unit Concert Band
Valedictorian Address ,
Presentation of Class
Presentation of Diplomas
arr. james D. Ploybar
Russell Robb, Director
- Brooke Shaw
Charles A. Lane
Charles A. Lane
, Robert Olson
President, Winola Board of Education
" Benediction Amy Schone. Secretary-Treasurer
Class of 1988
' Recessional - "Citadel" by Edmondson
Winola Unit Concert Band ,Russell Robb, Director
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Valedictorian - Brooke Shaw
Salutatorian - Angi Chapman
Presidente. ,.., .,.,,DanieIIe Davenport
Vice President... .. .. ,, .,.,,... Brian johnson
Secretary-Treasurer, .... ,,,, , . .. ..,. Amy Schone
Student Council. , ,. ,..,.. ..... T om Mack, and Pete Mack
Class Sponsors. ... . Shirley Stead and Doug Stubbs
Class Morro: .-.. V Den'r go where the path leads.
Raiher go wl'iere fl'1ere is no parh, and leave a frail.
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Bur we don'f understand, not fusv yer.
Graduation is here, and memories Hold.
We miss you, Todd- God rest your soul.
In Memory of Our Classmore
TODD CHARLES DAVENPORT
Feb. 2, 1970 fo Dec. 23, 7986
This year as editor has been mind boggling and
hard work for me, but if it wasn't for the following
people, the l988 yearbook wouldn't have been pos-
sible, I would really like to give a big thanks to jim
Robinson for designing this year's cover, Kelly Mack
and Tracy Sullivan for being the yearbook's pho-
tographers, and Brooke Shaw for being the business
manager. Also, I would like to thank the following
staff members for their long hours of work and putting
up with me: Anna Olson, Angie Olson, Chris
Vavrosky, Brooke Shaw, Dena Dowsett, Lynn Fair,
Annette Houdyshell, Linda Hays, and Nicole Bol-
linger. I would also like to thank Tom Mack for taking
pictures when we needed him. Also Thurman Wil-
liams for supplying the yearbook with film, devel-
oping film and taking pictures for all school activities.
This Yearbook is special this year because it is the last
yearbook of Winola. I hope everyone enjoys it as much
as all of us yearbook members enjoyed putting it
Kathy Barth - Advisor
Yearbook isn'r all hard work.
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Box 276 Work: 309!596-2622
Viola, Illinois 61486 Home: 3091482-3867
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Your Business ls Appreciated
Ruth Mackey Owner
Craft Items and Supplies
Full-Service Film Processing
Box 393 Viola IL
596-9224 5 am.-n p.m.
Route 67 North
VIOLA, IL 6I486
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VIOLA ILLINOIS 61486 OWNER
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LINDA SPENCER New Windsor 667 2447
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DR SURESH L ABAD
1314 17th Street
Viola Illinois 61486
NEW WINDSOR ILLINOIS
309-667-2512 mt NIAYIXAG
MIDWEST FIBRE PRODUCTS CO.
Box 391 O
VIOLA IL 61486
P O BOX 397 0 VIOLA ILLINOIS 61486
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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EAST Mouuf VIOLA onion
RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL alnd FARMS
FUNERAL L! HOMES
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NEW WINDSOR, ILLINOIS
ALLEN OIL CO., INC.
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Dr. Cathy R. Huffer
508 MAIN STREET
43091 667-2202 NEW WINDSOR, IL 61465
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COMMERCIAL - CROP HAIL - ESTATE PLANNING
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ROUTE 17 I2 MILES EAST OF ALEDOI
P O BOX 129
ALEDO ILLINOIS 61231
Joy Plant yi Reynolds Plant
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3091596-2720 ' ' ' 61486
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NEW WINDSOR IL 61465
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Winola Sports Activities
VIOLA IcI5 CREAM
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Viola, IL 61486
SAM S 66
HIGHWAY 67 NORTH VIOLA, ILLINOIS 61486
TIRES - TUBES BRAKE JOBS
ROCK RIVER DECOYS
BILL and SALLY CAMPBELL
P,O. BOX 327
VIOLA, IL 61486
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Bannk of Vilolla
Viiolla, Illlllflnnoiis 6:14186
"Serving The Crossroads OfMercer County "
Member F .D.I.C. Phone 309-596-2189
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