Page 1


SYMPHONIC BAND Rings In The Yuletide Season With Three Area Performances

MARCHING EAGLES Fly High With New Feathers

20


.... .

-- - - - - - - - - ,

JAZZ BAND Sham-rocks At Home Of The Irish

CONCERT BAND Preps Frosh For Bgger And Better Things

21


SYMPHONIC BAND Rings In The Yuletide Season With Three Area Performances

MARCHING EAGLES Fly High With New Feathers

.

20


.....

JAZZ BAND Sham-rocks At Home Of The Irish

CONCERT BAND Preps Frosh For Bigger And Better Things

21


PEP BAND Keeps Rallies In Tune

DRILL TEAM High-Steps Through Changing Of The Guard --22


,.

. .....

MIXED CHORUS Excels At State Competition

LITURGICAL CHOIR Hums Those Hymns In Harmony

23


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Spotlights Star Students

INTENSIVE OFFICE EDUCATION Sharpens Clerical Skills

14


.....

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES Takes A Break At Annual Retreat

BLACK STUDENT UNION Shares Heritage Through Dayton 'CQot~r:nporary Dance Company

25


LIFE GROUP Makes Tomorrow's Decisions Today

OMBUDS Stops The Problem Before It Starts

26

~---------------~


.,

...

SPEECH AND DRAMA CLUB Bibbles, Babbles, And Bubbles To Better Speech

LANGU.AGE CLUB Speaks With Forked Tongue


LIFE GROUP Makes Tomorrow's Decisions Today

OMBUDS Stops The Problem Before It 'Starts

26


......

SPEECH AND DRAMA CLUB Bibbles, Babbles, And Bubbles To Better Speech

LANGU.AGE CLUB Speaks With Forked Tongue


STUDENT COUNCIL Showers The Student Body With Psycho!

SPIRIT COMMITTEE Provides The Spark That Lghts The Fire

28


SOCIAL COMMITTEE 1/3 Rock, 1/3 Slow, 1/3 Soul

29


Bandages Ice Splints J

J

32jSoccer

Tough "breaks" plagued the injury prone Varsity team as they kicked their way through the '83 season to an 11-8 record. Seven seniors, six juniors, and five sophomores made up the '83 Lady Eagals .

Awards given were; The Coaches Award, Karen Bittner; Most Improved, Amy Rau. Making First Team All-City was Mary Russo . Amy Fay was selected to the second team. Captain and spirit leader of the Lady Eagals was senior Beth Brinkman .


Varsity, TOP ROW, L-R; J. Duckrow, M. Mic hael, A. Dudon, B. Brinkman, K. Bittne r, M. Folan, Coach Russo. SECOND ROW, L-R; D. Brown, M. Russo, N. Kilgallen, A. Rau, L. Dickensheets, A. Fay. BOTTOM ROW, L-R: L. Fec ke, A. Buehrle, L. Leo, J. Goubeaux, K.

Burgmeier, D. Connell. Reserve, TOP RO W, L-R; V. Walendzok, T. Thomas, E. Wendling, C. Castellano, S. Stroder, D. Newton, B. Straddon. SECOND ROW, L-R, T. Taylor, M. O'Neil, A. Mehall, J.

Loffer, E. Corrado, K. Nogg, M. Rosko. THIRD ROW, L-R; G . Fuson, B. Wissman, B. Bittner, C. Jo yce, J. Smith. N. Kleeppinger. BO TTOM ROW, L-R: K. Hoff, R. Saluke, A. Campbell, T. T. Puckett, T. Russo, T. Lucente.

Soccer/33


Just For Kicks

34/Soccer

The 1982 Men's Varsity Soccer team finished their season with a successful 11-5-4 record . With twelve returning lettermen, including five AIIStars, the Eagles played a tough schedule that included twelve AAA

teams . Junior Ron Haines was named to 1st Team All-State. Junior Mark DeCarlo and senior Zack Edmonds were named to the 1st Team All-Area, and 2nd Team All-Area honors went to junior Mike Anticoli


and senior Roger Haines. The ~agles swept by Sidney Lehman, Dayton Christian, and Oakwood to reach the State Quarter Finals, where Finneytown defeated them 1-0. At the

1983 Spring Sports Banquet, junior Mark DeCarlo won the Best Offensive Player award and sophomore Ron Haines won the Best Defensive Player award.

TOP ROW, L-R; Coach P. Hayes, Z. Edmonds, R. Haines, E. Trick, Asst. Coach J.R. Tompkins. SECOND ROW, L-R; K. Reidy, B. Vallo, G. Drake, G. Rosengarten. D. Gross. TH/RD ROW, L-R; T. Kopp, R. Haines, R. Ro/inski, M. Antico/i, M. DeCar/o. FOURTH ROW, L-R; P. Minnelli, T. Trick, D. Ness, M. Staddon. L. Chao.

Soccer/35


Making The Dust Fly

36/Soccer

The reserve team encountered fierce competition as they took on all the top teams of the area and finished the season with a 6-7 - 1 record. One of the season's highlights was the Dayton Christian game when, with 30 seconds left on the

clock , the Eagle men moved in and scored, breaking the tie and winning the game 3-2. Watching the Alter Knights bite the dust in a 3-1 CJ victory was the highlight of the Frosh's 4-6-1 season.


Reserve, TOP ROW L-R; Coach Joe Smith K. Kaskocsak, J. Woeste, G. Bouquot, A. Trick, M. Ballweg, J. Kauflin. Coach B. Richison. MIDDLE ROW L-R; T. Smuzok, C. Eckerty, P. Schneider, J. Nugent, K. McLaughlin. T. Bouquot, C. Cross. BOTTOMROW, L-R; J. Conney, J. Geraghty, J. Mastin. B. Burris, J. Krafka, D.

Gelhaus, D. Menker. Freshmen, TOPROW L-R; D. Weckesser, Coach J. Eckley, D. Hoendorf. MIDDLE ROW, L-R; T. Bahns, R. Wittman. P. McCoy- P. Noonan. S. Spees, C. Vaughn, B. Dean. BOTTOM ROW L-R; S. Jackson. M. Folan. M. Kelly, P. Kieft, R. Jeckering, J. Hamden. G. Sedlock.

I

~

Soccer/37


It's A Hard Knock Life

38/Football

The 1983 Varsity Football Eagles finished an exciting season with a record of 5-5. Victories over Oakwood, AAA power Trotwood-Madison and city rival Colonel White lessened the sting of defeat suffered at the hands of Vandalia-Butler, Pur-

cell-Marion and Hamilton Badin. The finale against Alter proved to be the most exciting game of the season. After rallying from a 14 point deficit, the Eagles fell short 20-21 as a two point conversion attempt failed in the waning seconds. Eight months


of vigorous physical and mental training helped prepare the Eagles for the season. Quarterback Jeff Hall said, " Once we made the-transition of attitude from an individual basis to a group effort, we became better as a team. Because, the

more you put into it as a unit, the stronger the team becomes." The following players were singled out for special awards: Best Defensive Back - Jeff Hall, Most Improved Kevin Goins, Best Offensive Lineman

- Jim Sills, Billy Laffer, Best Defensive Lineman - John Raiff, Greg Liggett, Most Valuable Player - Chris Brumbaugh, Most Spirited - Dave Kauth, Best Offensive Back Claude Vera .

Football/39


Hanging Tough

40/Football

The freshmen and reserve teams played with tremendous Eagle spirit and energy. The freshmen ended with a 3-4 record, and the reserves, having a much tougher season, finished with a record of 1-8.

Varsity and Reserve: TOP ROW L-R; J. Dailey. G. Boddie. R. Powell. D. Unroe. B. Daly. S. Woolfolk. G. Taylor. T. Dixon. SECOND ROW L-R; N. Hinders. T. Donahue. J. Beaschler. J. King. M. Woodyard. M. Westbrook . THIRD ROW L-R; M. Makley. T. Olszewsk/~ J. Sills. G . Richards. K. Goins. J. Hodapp. M. Kosak.


==

FOURTH ROW L-R: P. Marshall, J. Johnson, M. Romie, M. Westbrook, T. Peterson. D. Boffman. C. Embry, T. Schwieterman. FIFTH ROW L-R; B. Schons, B. Loffer, J. Marshall, T. Stritenberger, D. Mayler. M. Bogard. D. Hobbs, D. Kauth. SIXTH ROW L-R: A. Barker, C. NaGS, P. Davis, C. Caeser, D. Dean, T. Ricker, B. John-

son. T. Bridgman. BOTTOM ROW L-R; T. Strobel, C. Brumbaugh, D. Clark, J. Raift, G. Liggett, M. Radominski, C. Walendzak, J. Mourer, S. Trentman. Freshmen: TOP ROW LR; J. Pearson. M. Eckley. J. Mullins, T. Hunter, M. Thomas, S. Dewitt, M. Matihie, Coach D.

Schendermann. MIDDLE ROW L-R; L. Hill, S. Pefrae, R. Cupples, M. Like , B. Briggs, B. Berry, M. Dealoia, R. Bostico. BO TTOM ROW L-R; M. Rutledge, R. Settich, L. Corter, S. Wheat, J. Miller, R. Dahm. S. Kuhn. T. Cox. NOT PICTURED: V. Hansford.

Football/41


BoomBoom

42/Volleyball

"Boom-Boom was the battle cry of the Varsity Eagal Volleyball Machine as they roared into the C-J record books with 20 wins and only 3 losses. Returning only two Varsity starters, the Eagals worked hard in developing a talented team full of "killer in-

stinct" . The "killers" highlight of their season was a stunning victory over the state's #1 ranked team, Cincinnati Mercy. The volleyballers swept past Greenville and Beavercreek to place 3rd in the tough Troy Invitational. Heading into the State tour-


nament, the Eagals were seeded #1 in the Dayton District . With junior Jean Nitz anchoring the hardhitting C-J team, the Eagals captured their third consecutive Sectional Championship by smashing Xenia and Carroll. The State Finals remained an

elusive dream after the Eagals fell to West Carrolton in the District Finals . The Most Improved award was given to Teresa Martin, and Margie Meyers was named Most Valuable Player.

TOP ROW. L-R; J. Richardson, M. Gitzinger, T. Martin. M. Meyers, S. Smith, L. Bruns. BOTTOM ROW. L-R, J. Woodyard, S. Eifert, J. Nitz, M. Nevius, S. Menna, J. Campbell.

Volleybal1j43


Soaring J-V Spirit

44/Volleyball

The Reserve Eagal Volleyball team followed the example of their Varsity cohorts and soared through their season to post an outstanding 15-4 record. A powerful offensive line and an extremely efficient defen-

sive line were the keys to the Eagals' success. In tournament games, the Reserve Eagals destroyed West Milton but lost to Brookville . The Freshman Eagals also contributed to the Eagal victory total. They used a


strong offensive front in compiling a season record of 8-4. Overall, the three Eagal teams ran up an unforgettable season record of 43 wins and only 11 losses.

Reserve: TOP ROW, L-R; N. Krimm, C. McEldowney. B. George. S. Fronista. BOTTOM ROW, L-R; S. Bogan J. Zecchini. C. Brockman. NO TPICTURED; K. Zilinkas. A. Cloyd. Freshmen. TOP ROW, L-R; D. Lacey. M. Nitz. M. Pena. BOTTOM ROW. L-R; D. Martin L. Kraska. P. Walters.

r

Volleyball/45


路.1

Racing To State

46/Cross Country

For the third year running, the Men's Harriers qualified for the State Finals . On the way to Columbus, the team raced to first place finishes at the Bellbrook, Brookville, Hamilton Ross, and National Trails Invitationals. They placed third in the Beavercreek and

Eaton Invitationals. The team defended their District title and placed fourth in the Southwest Regional competition, sending them to State where they placed fourteenth . The women's team, in its third year of


, I

competition, attracted its largest group of runners to date. The girls placed second in the Bellbrook Invitational, winning the first trophy for a women's cross country team in the history of the school. Junior Rachelle

Curran placed seventh in the State Finals. Most Valuable were Ed McGarry and Rachelle Curran . Most Improved were Scott Reynolds and Robin Mikula. Most Spirited were Ben Staub and Tammy Whitman.

TOP ROW, L-R; C. Mikula, R. Mikula, T. Whitman. R. Curran. T. Jansen. C. Zwolski, S. Weisenberger. SECOND ROW, L-R; B. Staub, D. Barker, J. Newton. R. Gr.路'Ju, E. McGarry, B. Ley, C. Wade, S. Ley. FRONT ROW, L-R; Bro. B. Grundish, T. Gnau, T. Adams, 0. McGarry. J. Reising, J. Ater, S. Reynolds.

Cross Country / 47


Stumbling On The Cinders

The 1984 Men's and Women's Track Teams went to battle with high hopes and energy. Unfortunately, due to injury and illness, that Eagle power was weakened, and they were run over by

----48/Track

many teams . Although the team's season was not up to par, special mention goes to Rachelle Curran and Mike Dudley who powered their way to the State Finals.


Men 's Track Team : T. Adaas, J. Ater, D. Barker, S. Barwick, G. Boddie, D. Boffman, J. Bowling, C. Caesar, B. Clark, M. Dudley, R. Gnau, M. Hodapp, M. Kosak, B. Ley, D. Moyler, E. McG arry, B. 0 'Neill, J. Reising, D. Miller, B.

Staub, C. Wade, M. Williams Women 's Track Team : C. Austin, J. Campbell, R. Curran, K. Lynch, J. McDaniel, C. Neff, T. Russo, C. Sauer

Track/49


Serving It Up Hot!

SO/Tennis

The Women's Varsity Tennis Team had a successful season - 13 wins and 7 losses - with the help of coach and mentor Pat Marrinan. The ladies served it up hot as team after team taken on by C-J dined on defeat. The fall weather was an

interesting side dish to the girls' season, as numbing cold forced players to practice in gloves, hats, and coats; and brisk autumn winds added an element of surprise to every shot . The season saw the return of three senior letterwomen: first sin-


gles player, Kathy Mitchell, third singles player, Jane Bohman, and first doubles player, Linda Zamonski. Two transfer students were welcomed; Chari sse and Kim Jenkins. Kim, with her superb volleys, and Chari sse, with her killer serve, added

much to the team . Also playing on the varsity team were Lisa Gondos and Lisa Holtvoigt. High points of the season included the Miami Valley Tourney in which C-J placed second.

TOP ROW, L-R; J. Cordonnier, K. Walendzak, L. Gondos, Coach P. Marrinan. MIDDLE ROW, L-R,' C. Jenkins, K. Jenkins, J. Bohman. K. Mitchel!. BOTTOM ROW, L-R; C. Moyer, S. Leonard, L. Holvoigt, L. Zamonski. NOT PICTURED, H. Kuczak.

Tennis/51


Stormy Weather For Netters

52/Tennis

Poor weather conditions plagued the Men's tennis team this past spring . Not until the end of the season was the team able to play consistantly . An opening match loss to Colonel White surprised the team and made the season look as gloomy as the weather. However, the sun broke through when the Ea-

gles smashed both Beavercreek and Trotwood by 4-1 scores. The Eagles brought home their first 1st Place finish in an Invitational Meet when they topped the Brookville Invitational. The doubles team of Kevin Goins and Rodney Tims made it to the District Meet, and #1 singles player, Windsor Marsh, became the


first C-J player to earn a trip to 路the state Meet. Goins and rims were the #2 and #3 single players. Duane Newton, Ted Thompson, Dave Kauth, and Roger Haines were the senior players on the team . After all the wind and rain, the netters finished with a final season dual match record of 7 wins and 5 losses.

Men 's Tennis Team Roster: G. Bahns. B. Dean. K.路Goins. R. Haines. D. Jackson. S. Jackson. M. Jette. D. Kauth. W. Marsh. D. Newton. J. Patterson. S. Scott. J. Sills. T. Thompson. R. Tims. R. Winston. Coach J. Zaidain.

Tennis/53


Lady Eagles Make History

54/Basketball

The Lady Eagles clawed their way over Carrol, Centerville, and Medowdale, flying to a record setting 19-3 season . Most Valuable Players Margie Meyers and Tammy Wittman led the Varsity to the Oakwood Tournament title. The Lady Eagles also walked away with the champion-

ship trophy from the Carrol Invitational. After being among the top three area teams for most of the season, the hoopsters made it to the District Finals before falling to Colonel White in a 42-43 thriller. The women's reserve and freshmen


teams had successful seasons finishing 15-4 and 6-7 respectively . Mr. Ron Russo, who was named coach of the Year by the District 15 Coach's Basketball Association, summed up the season by saying, "Thanks to these women, we have really made a name for our school. "

VARSITY. L-R: J. Nitz. A. Cooke. M. Folan. J. Mosley. J. Spanish. M. Meyers. T. Wittman. J. Richardson. V. Finkenstadt. A. Baity. J. Goubeaux. Coach Ron Russo Sr. RESERVE. L-R: M. Metcals. T. Zinkewicz. C. Trentman. D. Williams. M. Gitzinger. T. Martin. T. Taylor. E. Werling. D. Crickmore. A. Buehrle.

L. Wilcox FRESHMEN. TOP ROW L-R: Coach Bob Hale. R. Mikula. E. Jackson. C. Ragland. M. Retter. D. Martin. P. Gray. K. Werdeman. B. Davis. BOTTOM ROW L-R: A. Hale. M. Pingleton. T. Davis. T. Loffer. M. Nitz. L. Romie. T. Russo.

Basketball/55


*T. G .I.F.

56/Basketball

The Men's Varsity team struggled through a 4-19 season under second-year coach Joe Madden. This rebuilding campaign saw Senior Milton Gage as the only returning up-

perclassman. The triumph over then # 1 Journal Herald rated Oakwood proved to be the highlight of the regular season. Although this campaign on the surface appears to


have been somewhat unsuccessful, Coach Joe Madden looks forward to bigger and better things. He said that "Despite our youth we were still competing . That in itself gives us

hope for next season . Now that we have some e xperience to go along with our youth, I am really looking forward to a successful season ." 'Thank God It's Finished

STANDING, L-R: M. Gage, E. Allen, G . Powers, D. Lee, R. Winston. J. Cooper, T. Stritenberger, B. Clark, A. Connor. KNEELING, L-R: Coach Bill Johnson, Head Coach Joe Madden.

Baske t ball/57


C-J Spirit Pass It On

58/Cheerleading

One small group of girls with very big spirits make up our cheerleading squads. These girls work hard all summer preparing for a year full of hard but rewarding work . You might say a cheerleader's job is never

done. Their duties go far beyond just cheering the team on to victory. They spend many hours making posters and runthroughs, decorating houses, practicing cheers, routines, mounts, and jumps, and pre-


paring for competitions, all of which is done on their own time. Maybe we should give a cheer for' the cheerleaders! Something new this year was the addition of male cheerleaders, Duane Newton and

Kirk Hartlage, during the football season and at rallies. This year's Miss Cheerleader award was received by Robin Rice.

Varsity Football/Wrestling: Capt. R. Rice, S. Brooks, C. Neff, E. McGruder, P. Royer, J. Fo, ley. Varsity Soccer/Basketball: Capt. T. Tompkins, P. Ernst, T. Parker, L. Randall, R. Jones, G. Perretta. Reserve Football/Wrestling: Capt. K. Valaski, B. Reynolds, V. Mauer, T. Brown, N. Cartner, R. Simmons. Reserve Soccer/Basketball: Capt. B. Dunn. A. Cramer, N. Henry, L. St. John, M. Evans, D. Morris. Freshmen: Capt. J. Few, J. Koehler, S. Caporal, C. Kirby, M Vera, C. Austin.

C.heerleading/59


Bigger And Better

60jWrestiing

The C-J grapplers finished their season with a 5-5 dual meet record. With a team bigger than ever before, they took 5th place at the Edgewood Invitational and swept

to a 1st place finish in their own tournament. After finishing 5th in the Districts and 8th in the Regionals, three Eagles, Mark DeCarlo, Mike Miller, and John Raiff, advanced to the


State meet in Columbus. Raitt completed his outstanding 25-5 season with a 5th place tin ish in the 175 class.

TOP-ROW, L-R: D. Gelhaus. M. Cooper. D. Hayes. J. Elam. R. Confer. C. Vaughn. S. Fricke. C. Porowski. SECOND-ROW, L-R. B. Johns. J. Miller. J. Marshall. J. Miller. C. Marx. F. Goubeaux. M. Godsey. THIRD-ROw' L-R: M. Smith. G. Droke. J. Raiff. B. Loffer. J. King. M. DeCarlo. BOTTOM-ROW. L-R: C. Plummer. M. Miller. M. Schleich. P. Marshall.

Wrestling/61


Runs., Errors, Hits, Wins

. 62/Softball

A five game winning streak early in the season helped the Varsity Women's Softball team post a 12-6 season record. Jane Bohman's rally stopping throw from center field propelled the softballers past the Centerville Elks in the opening round of the District tournament. The 4th seeded Eagles made it to the semi-

finals before falling 6-15 to an outstanding Beavercreek team. The team started a freshman, T.T. Puckett as catcher this year, and relied on sophomore Laura Leo as a starting pitcher . Upperclassmen, Jean Nitz, Margie Meyers, and Jane Bohman led the team with their hitting, pitching, and fielding .


Varsity Softball, Roster: Top Row, L-R J. Richardson, A. Marchal, M. Meyers, T. Morfin, J. Bohman, J. Woodyard, D. Schwendeman (Coach) . Bottom Row, L-R K. Lofty, J. Nitz, T. Zindiewicz, L. Holtvoight, M. Nevius, T. T. Puckett, L. Leo, K. Mamula.

Reserve Softball Roster: Top Row. L-R A. Meyers (Coach), J. Loffer, A. George, V. Walendzak, A. Graham, K. Winner, M. Nitz. Bottom Row L-R G. Fuson, J. Goubeaux, D. Martin, S. Caporol, L. Kremer, C. Trentman, T. Lucente, E. Jackson.

Softball/63


Young Blood Infusion

64/Baseball

With only two returning Varsity players, young blood added new life to the baseball team as they completed their season with an 18- 12 record . Freshmen Rob Bosticco and Mike Mathile both left their reserve positions to take up two spots on the Varsity team. The season proved to be successful when the

Eagles wiped out Wayne and Meadowdale to bring home a first place finish in the Wayne Invitational. After nipping rival Oakwood in an exciting 8-7 triumph, the Eagles fell short of Sectional title after suffering a 3-8 defeat to Mason . Ed Blair was the first person in c.J . baseball history ever to receive a position on the


First Team All State. Other honors were given to Tony Stritenberger First Team All Area, and Terry Bouquot - First Team All Area . Bosticco became one of the very few freshmen ever to receive an Honorable Mention. Paul Nevius' Reserve team finished with an 8-4 record.

TOP ROW, L-R,' S. Fronista, A. Schmitz, K. Zilinkas, M. Downer, T. Ernst, C. Ragland, S. Tieman, L. Dickensheets, P. Martin, A. Dudon, V. Maurer, SECOND ROW, L-R: M. Kelly, S. Kuhn, R. Bosticco, M. Eckley, R. Dahm, M. Mathile, S. Marchal, J. Mullins. THIRD ROW, L-R: M. Dealola, D. Hoendoerf, P. Bernard, S. Lennon, C. Naas, G. Bouquot, M. Rooney, L. White. FOURTH ROW, L-R: Y. Krafka, D. Hobbs, T. Bai-

ley, T. Bouquot, D. Eifert, T. Stritenberger, M. Barhorst. FIFTHROW, L-R: M. Corrado, T. Kopp, J. Miller, E. Blair, T. Gorczynski, S. Trentman, M. Romie, J. Krafka.

Baseball/65


If It Doesn't Matter, Women's Soccer CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ Tournament CJ CJ CJ

4 1 5 5 5 0 1 4 3 3 0 2 3 0 0 0

Monroe Carroll Fairmont Yellow Springs Monroe Fairborn Beavercreek Wayne Troy Trotwood Northmont Oakwood Greenan Grove City Centerville Alter

2 4 2 0 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 2 2

2 3 0

Oakwood Troy Northmont

0 2 6

Track Men Centerville Relays Princeton Kat C Dayton Relays Bellbrook Roosevelt Sectionals Regionals Women Centerville Relays Princeton K otC Carlisle Dayton Relays Roosevelt Sectionals Regionals

32 28 0 28 6 6 13 6 7 20

Oakwood Trotwood Vandalia Colonel White LimaCc, Catholic Hamilton Badin Cin, McNicholas Purcell-Marion Meadowdale Alter

66

5 2 3 2 5 5 1 0 2 5 4 2 3

14 21 14 6 6 7 0 12 54 21

CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ

W W W W W W W W W W L W W L W W W W W W

Miami Valley Tournament

Volleyball Carroll Springboro Brookville Centerville Princeton Dunbar Dayton Christian Alter Bellbrook Greenville Piqua Beavercreek Oakwood Fairborn ' Meadowdale Beavercreek Fairmont Patterson Milton-Union Princeton Tournament Xenia Carroll West Carrollton

1Oj15

5/6 18/20

5/8 26/29 5/17 4th

6/8 6/8 8/12 8/8 12/20 14/20 10/17 12th

Women's Tennis

Football CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ

6/17

W W L

4 5 3 4 1

CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ

Stebbins Beavercreek Brookville Centerville R, Belmont Fairborn Princeton Oakwood Miami Valley Bellbrook Greenview Alter Patterson

Dunbar Carlisle Brookville Carroll Fairmont

0 3 2 3 0 0 4 5 3 0 1 3 2 2nd

1 0 2 1 4

Men's Tennis 2 Colonel White CJ 4 Beavercreek CJ ' 4 Trotwood CJ 0 Alter CJ 3 Fairborn CJ 1 Oakwood CJ 5 Meadowdale CJ 2 Wayne CJ 5 Belmont CJ 3 Carroll CJ 2 Miami Valley CJ 1 Patterson CJ Brookville Invitational

.

3 1 1 5 2 4 0 3 0 2 3 4


Then Why Do They Keep Score? Women's Basketball CJ 35 CJ 46 CJ 40 CJ 44 CJ 70 CJ 52 CJ 52 CJ 74 CJ 46 CJ 43 CJ 39 CJ 41 CJ 49 CJ 61 CJ 46 CJ 57 CJ 46 CJ 41 CJ 46 CJ 51 Tournament CJ ~4 CJ 42

Softball

Carroll Centerville Colnel White Jefferson Belmont Meadowdale Northridge Dunbar Carroll Fairmont Beavercreek Oakwood Fairborn Patterson Stebbins Dunbar Dayton Christian Oakwood Valley View Meadowdale

33 39 56 40 50 46 23 39 35 34 28 32 46 53 40 32 29 49 23 42

Carrol Colonel White

43 43

Men's Basketball Carroll Fairborn Wayne Sprg. Catholic Yellow Springs Patterson Valley View Stebbins Northridge Moeller Meadowdale Dayton Christian Oakwood Jefferson Belmont Badin Dunbar Trotwood Alter Colonel White

L L L L W L W L L L L W W L L L L L L L

Wrestling Edgewood Invit. Belbrook Wright St. Tourn. Dixie Carrollinvit. Milton Union Invit. CJ Invit. Northridge Dayton Christian Districts Regionals .

5th L 14th .W 3rd 5th 1st L L 5th 8th

6 Brookville CJ Meadowdale CJ 14 9 Northridge CJ Alter CJ 14 Belmont CJ 18 Carroll CJ 11 Milton Union CJ 19 West Carrollton CJ 17 0 Fairmont CJ Fairmnt CJ 14 3 Carlisle CJ Beavercreek 5 CJ 7 Fairmont CJ Northridge CJ 10 Fairborn CJ 11 Tournament 7 Centerville CJ 12 Patterson CJ 6 Beavercreek CJ

0 1 10 6 2 7 4 6 8 10 8 10 8 0 7 4 6 15

Baseball CJ 15 CJ 6 CJ 2 CJ 6 CJ 8 CJ 3 CJ 5 CJ 5 CJ 5 CJ 5 CJ 31 CJ 2 CJ 4 CJ 6 CJ 0 CJ 7 CJ 5 CJ 9 CJ 12 CJ 7 CJ 0 CJ 7 CJ 4 CJ 9 CJ 5 CJ 21 CJ 5 CJ 6 Tournament CJ 8 CJ 3

Meadowdale Shaker Heights Wayne Meadowdale Alter Beavercreek Alter Dunbar Alter Oakwood Oakwood Centerville Centerville Valley View Alter Sprg. Catholic Stebbins Stebbins Fairborn Meadowdale Sprg. South Dixie Dixie Fenwick Wayne Belmont Carroll Miami East Oakwood Mason

12 8 1 2 7 5 1 2 9 7 4 6 7 1 5 6 4 5 4 6 6 3 3 2 6 3 77 7 8

Scores/67


lO/Homecoming Dance


Flash Dancin

l

Lakeview Palladjum was the setting for the '83 Homecoming Dance. Couples danced under a ceiling of balloons to the theme of "Up Where We Belong " . Though the football team lost to Meadowdale, spirits were high and feet were flying at this highlight of t~e Fall season . COURT: King - Ben Staub. Queen Kathy Mitchell. Seniors - Ray Plummer, Karen Bittner. Juniors ~ Greg Rosengarten, Renee Jones. Sophomores Dave Powers, Mechelle Evans . Freshmen - Rob Bostico, Elizabeth Cor~ado .

Homecoming Dance /71


Time To Dance Christmas is a season with gifts to buy, vacations to take, trees to decorate, relatives and friends to visit . Even though this time of year demands so much energy from us, a phenomonal amount of C-J students found the time and energy to leave the rush behind and attend the annual turnabout Christmas Dance . Held on December 22 at the Rollerworld Bus Stop Disco, this year's dance attracted one of th'e largest crowds ever at a C-J dance. The theme was "A Snow-Covered Heaven", and although it was bitter cold, there was no snow covering the ground. Yet, despite the frigid temperatures, the occasion was a touch of heaven for all who attended . The warmth and cheer of this joyous season was certainly present as the couples danced and sang the hustle and bustle away .

72/Christmas Dance


Christmas Dance /73


74/Prom


Prom Stretches Into Prom is much more than a one day event. Girls begin window shopping in early April for THAT dress, purse, pair cif shoes, hose, earrings, and make-up. Guys wait until the week before for ANY tuxedo, restaurant, available florist, and date. The day itself begins for the girls with an early hair appointment .followed by a trip to the florist to pick up his boutineer. Guys start the day off by washing by hand the evening's party-mobile or, for those proessed for time, at the car wash down the street. Later in . the afternoon they'll pick up their tux and her corsage . The evening's adventure starts with not ' one, but two photo sessions; first for her parents, second for his. Dinner follows at a high-class restaurant or at the house of a close friend . Next, it's off to Wampler's Ballarena for, "A Night in Paris," the them of Prom, 1984. Prom/75


The "Qui" Hours Bottles of champagne (carbonated grape juice), wine glasses (plastic), garters, and napkins serve as souveniers from a night full of memories. Tables decorated cafestyle and stars floating in the air give the night a French atmosphere. Tall students and those with the ability to jump high enough catch a star for an additional momento. However, the true stars of the evening are all the "beautiful people" of the '84 Prom Court ruled over by King Andy Smith and Queen Sue Sedlock. Providing live entertainment for the first time at a C-J Prom, the members of Oversieze make the night shine brighter. It has been a night to remember, and the memories have been captured forever in the Prom pictures of the couple standing on a terrace which overlooks the Paris skyline at night. Qui! Qui! Prom Court. L-R; Junior Attendants Renee Jones. Mark DeCarlo. Bobby Johnston. Stephanie Menna. King Andy Smith. Queen Sue Sedlock. Senior Attendants Lisa Bruns. Ed Blair. Jeannie Duckro. Dan Meixner .

76/Prom


Prom/77


78 /Father -Daughter


....

Family Affairs There are two events during the year in which the parents are active participants of the C-J social scene. The annual Father -Daughter Dance is one of these events. The dance was filled with excitement as the girls flaunted their unique rendition of the waltz while their fathers strutted their interpretation of the modern dance. The dance was held at the Antioch Temple . The highlight of the evening was the announcement of the winners for the essay contest, "My Heart Belongs to Daddy." Louanne Dickensheets was awarded first place; other finalists were Tammy Whittman and Shelia Smith. The Mother -Son Buffet -Style Brur}ch took place dt Ichabods on April 1. They feasted on quiche, ham, and breakfast foods. The entertainment was provided by severa C.J . students who sang.

Mother -Son/79


25 Years Of Music This year the Music department took great pride in presenting the 25th annual Festival of Music celebrating 25 years of musical excellence at Chaminade-Julienne, Chaminade, St. Joseph's, and Julienne. The Marching Band performed at many football games, in area competitions, and in the C-J Indoor Marching Band Competition . Downtown Dayton was the scene of many performances by the Symphonic Band and Mixed Chorus. Highlighting the Jazz Band's year was their trip to Notre Dame Univer~ity to perform in the ND Jazz Festival. The high-kicking Eaglettes and their Pep Band cohorts entertained at basketball games and also participated in several competitions. All in all it was a very busy season with long hours of practice and very rewarding performances .

. 80/Concerts


Concerts/81


82/Weekends


.,

..

Weekends Were Made For. Everyone! Friday night and the evening is fine! Load up the car, turn on the tunes, and fly . Weekends are parties! In between, Eagles find themselves at sporting events as spectators or participants, doing the town with that special someone of the week, catching the latest flick , or just "hanging out with the guys." Some Eagles, however , find ' themselves grounded - by a research paper, a Monday test, or parents. In that case, it's wait until next Friday.

Weekends/83


" p .

', I, ':

fO','

."

..."

:

.;

. ",

..


Arlene Adcock

Ken Amlin

Tom Andrassy

Helen Anthe

Rebecca Armstrong

Sr. Ruth Bange

Paula Beach

Sharon Beigel

Gene Bettag

.. Mary Lou Arons

elglon Chaminade-Julienne is a Catholic high school. and, as such, requires its students t,o take four years of religion classes. The religion program is set up to follow the natural growth in awareness experienced by high school students at each grade level. The program begins with studies of the Bible and traditional religious beliefs, continues with the sacraments, explores morality, and finishes in the senior year with a discussion of sexuality and marriage.

English How would you like -to meet William Shakespeare? King Arthur? Emily or Charlotte Bronte? Or watch a science-fiction movie at school? And isn't it time you learned to speak comfortably in front of a group? The English department helps students develop their reading, speaking, and writing skills.

86


.' ..

~

Mary Ellen Beardmore

Elizabeth Bresnahan

Bro. Jim Brooks

Bro. Jim Brown

Bro. Mike Buenger

Cheryl Cheslock

Bill Cheslock

Marilyn Craig

Jim Davis

Marianne DiStefano

Physical Ed The Health and Phys. Ed. Department works to instill in students the Importance of developing and maintaining a healthy body. Half of the freshman year is spent getting into shape by running, swimming, working out with weights, and playing athletic games. The other half of the year is given to the study of the human body, including health practices and first aid.

Home Economics From cooking a hamburger or sewing on a button, to making an eight course dinner or creating your own wardrobe, Home Economics is not just for the home . .. it's for the dorm, the apartment - wherever the C-J student finds himself or herself needing those basic survival skills.

87


Rachel Ellis

Martha Duffy

George Early

Marcia Edwards

Sr. Virgine Elking

John Fay

Mary Ann Fecke

Bob Finnegan

Fr. Dennis Gatto

Music One of the departments C-J has always taken a special pride in is the Music Department. Over the years, the Department has won many awards. The excellence of the C-J bands, drill team, choruses, and soloists has made the school a very popular choice for serious music students.

Guidance Being a guidance counselor is a demanding job. The counselors, some of whom also teach, must find time to help with class scheduling, meet with parents, arrange special testing and tutoring programs, give career counseling, listen to student gripes, the list goes on . "

88


... . .

Ruth Gilley

Sr. Damienne Grismer

Bro. Bill Grundish

Margaret Goode

Bro. John Habjan

Sr. Barbara Hepperle

Barbara Hinkle

Mary Ann Hochwalt

Charlie Hollis

Julie Janning

Math You might be surprised to find out that geometrical shapes have something in common with balancing a checkbook, but both are part of the Math department at C-J. Although not everyone will become a computer programmer or a math teacher, any math course a student takes aids in the development of logical, ordered thinking and provides interesting and useful skills such as computer programming, finance management accounting, knowledge of basic algebraic and geometric principles, and advanced math and pre-calculus for the more serious math student.

Science Science at C-J means " . dissecting frogs right before lunch, staying up all night to chart star patterns, learning how notto carry a beaker in chemistry lab. Science classes require hard work, but they are also a 'Iot of fun . A lab partner becomes a best friend and students develop a sense of comaraderie , .' especially the night before a ' test!! 69


Sr. Patricia Knopp

Marilyn Kramer

Tom Ledinsky

Sr. Carol LichtenburQ

Fr. Mike Lisbeth

Agnes Mahle

Alberta McAdams

Catherine McCrabb

Sr. Christine McGuirk

Pat Marrinan

Specialists A high school is made up of many people. each doing specific tasks. Some of the people working at C-J are highly specialized to provide necessary services to the school. These "specialists" include the librarian, the school nurse. and a number of auxiliary personnel who work with various aspects of tutoring and special education. The big white vans that can be seen parked outside C-J during school hours are moving offices for the auxiliary personne of tutors and guidance counselors.

Development Chaminade-Julienne is an institution of learning. It is also a business and keeping any business in the black is not an easy task. It requires the skills of four very special people who make up the Development Office. Besides raising money ' for the school through candy and raffle ticket sales. the Development Office is in charge of public relations. alumni. and future planning for the. school.

90


.,

..

Kathleen Menker

Ann Meyers

Bill Mokas

Betty Naughton

Bro . Tom Oldenski

Ruth Pikell

Michael Prier

Bro. Todd Ridder

Sara Rosenberg

Carolyn Schmitz

Administration The Administrative Team here at C-J is devoted to the management of the school's four major areas; Academics, Student Welfare, Business Management. and Dvelopment, under the leadership of the Executive Director. Sr. Carol, Executive Director for the last six years, announced her resignation at the end of this year.

Clerical Staff The Administrative Staff are the people who handle the day to day red tape of running a school. The "ladies in the ottic.e" are truly exceptional people. They funclion alternately as moms, change-givers, message-relayâ‚Źirs, information-centers, problem-solvers and PR people, and, of course, secretaries.

91


Dave Schwendeman

Mary Beth Shane

Carol Smith

Bro. Jeff Sullivan

W. Jim Susco

Peggy Sweet

Denny Thomas

Marcia Wayman

Sr. Bernice Weilbacher

Don Weimert

Social Studies Russian magazines at good old all-American 路C-J High School? This may seem strange, but it's part of an innovative social studies program here at C-J. Besides exploring far off counries, Social Studies sudents at C-J can learn about "Jefferson and the boys," investigate the industrial revolution, even take part in a meeting of the United Nations composed totally of high school students! The program offers classes of varying levels of difficulty in American History, U.S. Government, World Cultures, Sociology, and Child Psychology .

Art Industrial Arts I

Students have a need to express themselves and the Art and Industrial Arts Departments allow them to do this creatively. Art students are given the opportunity to try drawing, painting, jewelrymaking, pottery, sculpture, macrame, and printmaking. Industrial Arts includes woodworking and mechanical drawing.

92


.,

r

Charlene Wheeler

John Zaidain

..

Steve Whiting

Jennifer Zehring

Gail Zimmerman

Foreign Language Sprechen Sie Deutsch? GSe habla Espanol? Parlez-vous Francais? These are simple questions asking if you speak German, Spanish, or French; the three language studies offered at C-J. Studying a foreign language culturally enriches students and opens doors to travel, careers in international communications or interpretation, besides giving students advanced placement in college . Winter and Spring saw students and teachers preparing for a summer trip to Morocco and Spain.

Business Many high school students choose to enter the world of work directly after high school. Others plan on becoming business majors in college . The Business Department accomodates both types of'students. Valuable skills in typing, filing, bookkeeping, accounting and business law are introduced and reinforced .

Not Pictured Robert Fox, Lynn Hardcastle 93


After Hours

t

I

路f

I

IL

94


95


Ja-Neen Alexander Kenya Allen

Keith Ashe Carla Austin

Raina Bajpai Arvela Baldwin

Scott Barwick Chris Bass

Pam Becker Charles Belcher

Brian Bergman Paul Bernard

Brad Bernier Lisa Bialek


Stephon Bilberry Shannon Boes Joel Borchers Robert Bosticco Brian Briggs Mark Brubaker Robin Brunson Bryan Bucklew Jeff Burgmeier Brian Burris Penny Campbell Alana Campion Sarah Caporal Latrina Carr Larry Carter Shannon Champion Elana Chapman Haley Chavez Brian Clawson Camille Clements Natalie Coleman Mike Cook Douglas Cooper Carla Cornelius Elizabeth Corrado Todd Cox Lori Crosby Robert Cupples Leshan Curington Rick Dahm Jennifer Danielewicz Tammy Davis Michael Dealoia Brian Dean Maureen Denny Sherman Dewitt Darlene Dukes Tony Eckley Matt Eckley Michelle Edmonds Randy Eifert Jamie Elder Andre Engleman Stephen Fawley Liz Fay Julie Few Stanton Finley Ann Fischer Michael Folan Steve FrickeTom Gardner Leslie Gaston Amy George John Geraghty Michael Godsey Michele Gorman

Freshmen/99


Ben Graf Angela Graham Perdeathia Gray Angela Hale James Hamden Vince Hansford Staci Haralson Derrick Hardin Elaine Healy Miche Hebert Samuel Hemmeter David Hentrich Tammy Herbst Lawrence Hill Susan Hodapp Dave Hoendorf Karen Hoft Kelly Hogg Noel Holt -Dudley James Honious Ben Hopkins Roger Hudepohl Angela Huether Nathan Hunter Mary Jablonski Elisa Jackson Jennifer Jackson Shawn Jackson John Jansen Robert Jeckering Brian Johns Arthur Johnson Karim Johnson Lisa Johnson Eti Jones

100


Martha Kastner Martin Kelly Cameron Kirby Pete Kleff Sue Kleinschnitz Taria Klepper Kristen Klosterman Dion Knox Joan Koehler Jennifer Koenig Tom Koesters Kim Konicki Rodney Kosak Susan Kosak Richard Kowal Holly Kramer Kim Kramer Lisa Kraska Lynette Kremer Maria Kruger Sean Kuhn Danielle Lacey Sarah Laforsch Amy Lahey Christine Lange John Lawrence Joe Lowry Jesse Lawson Alfonza Lee Michael Leik Robin Lewis Shawn Ley Jacki Loffer Patricia Lofty Courtney Long

101


.,, Teresa Lucente James Ly Melanie Malarkey Steve Marchal Matt Marcheski Denise Martin Jonathan Martin Michael Mathile Stephanie Mayer Jill McCormick Pat McCoy Sean McCray Kathleen McCurry Tywanna McDade Julie McDermott Dennis McGarry Michelle McGee Ross Mcintire Angie Megall Daniel Menker Robin Mikula Colleen Miller Jeff Miller Scott Monaghan Alexis Moraites Chris Morris Sara Moser Jacquelyn Mosley Michael Muhl Jennifer Mullin Jim Mullins Kathy Nesbit Mary Nesbit Laura Nicolini Venessa Nino Michelle Nitz Pat Noonan John Nugent Tim O'Grady Daniel O'Keeffe Chris Olinger Amanda O'Neill James Papp James Patterson Jeff Pearson Monica Pen a Lynne Peterson Joe Petrae Melissa Pingleton Joe Pizza Kelly Poelking Shelyna Pohl Robyn Porter John Prikkel Katrekia Puckett Ken Quatman

102/Freshmen

.

I


Chrissy Ragland Katurah Reed

I. Karen Reidy Lora Reif

Juliette Reising Mary Retter

Jill Revere Anna Reynolds

Robert Rice Sivan Richardson

Ray Rodgers David Rogers

I-

Leonard Rojas Lisa Romie

Michael Rooney Christine Rosell


Angela Ross Natasha Rountree

Mark Royer Michelle Rut

Erin Russell Theresa Russo

Maurice Rutledge Stephen Sanders

David Sansone Amy Sauer

Constance Sauer Sandra Schenking

Kim Schindler Nick Schindler

Marianne Schlangen Steve Schmalstig


Sean Scott Greg Sedlock Ron Settich Annette Shepherd David Shobe-Miller Ann Silverman Nicole Simmons Gary Smith Joann Smith Pat Smith Scott Spees Kathryn Sprauer John Stebel Michael Stickel Darren Stockier Thomas Stokes Colleen Sullivan Steve Sweat Tiffany Taylor Keith Thomas Kevin Thomas Michael Thomas Michaele Thomas Stacey Thomas Tricia Thomas Robert Turner Teresa Upthegrove Pat Van Schaik Craig Vaughn Moira Vera Amber Vogel Kim Walendzak Vicki Walendzak Paula Walters Erin Watson Dave Weckesser Martina Westfall William Wheat Lamicah White Leroy White Katherine Wiedeman Lavonna Wilcox

r. Jennifer Young Tonya Young David Zecchini John Zimmer Carolyn Zwolski

Ed Williams Mike Williams Michelle Wilson Kelly Winner Robert Wittman Dan Woeste Mark Worley Not Pictured: Anthony Beaschler, Suzanne Bish, Ted Bohman, Eric Brinkman, Terra Ecton, James Hutchinson: Patricia Jackson, Darryl Ling, Tanna McCurdy, Tim Neal, Kennetha Norman, Suzanne Setchell, Megan Sheaffer, Spencer Stallman, Dove Walker.

Freshmen/105


Marilyn Agnew Jerry Ater Michelle Bafs Tina Bailey Todd Bailey Pamela Baldasare Susan Baldwin Scott Balling Michael Ballweg Anthony Barwick William Batin Kim Bauer Jeffrey Beaschler Gary Berning Beth Bittner Doye Blane Shana Bloodsaw George Boddie Douglas Boffman Suzanne Bogan Mark Bogard Patricia Bohman Robert Bohman Marc Boroff Tony Bouquot Greg Bouquot Jeffrey Bowling Kirsten Bozdech Christine Brockman Mark Brown Traci Brown Michelle Brunson Amy Buehrle Roy Burger Kristina Burgmeier

106


.' Felicia Campbell Danielle Carlucci Celia Castellano Amy Cloyd Lillard Combs Melissa Common James Cooney Marshall Cooper Patrick Cooper Jacqueline Cordonnier Donna Crick more Charles Cross John Dailey Brian Daly Sean Davidson Phil Davis Maria Denny Sheila Denny Tim Dixon Todd Donahue John Donatelli Martha Downer Gail Drummer Linda Duckro Amy Dudon Chris Eckerle James Elam Mark Ernst Andre Etienne Mechelle Evans Gail Faulkner Steven Fink Kathy Finkenstadt John Fischer Stephanie Fronista

107


Gina Fuson Antoinette Gaston Lisa Gemza Beth George Maria Gitzinger Ronald Gnau Lisa Gondos Anthony Gottschlich Eric Goubeaux Jo Ann Goubeaux John Gray Dennis Hale Monica Hausfeld Denise Hayes Dennis Hayes Eunice Hayes Jay Hein Michael Hibbard Paul Hicks Nick Hinders Donny Hobbs Mike Hodapp James Holt Aprile Horne Maryann Howerton Chris Hunter Derek Jackson Eric Jackson Charles James Lorie Jarrell Lisa Jenkins Amy Johns Rodney Johnson Michelle Jones Christine Joyce Ken Kaskocsak James Kauflin Tom Kauth Melissa Kendall James King Michael Koesters Mark Kosak Julie Koussa Yanko Krafka Nancy Krimm Heather Kuczak Damon Lee Daron Lee Amy Lelak Scott Lennon Laura Leo Stephanie Leonard Kandis Lewis Stacey Lewis Fred Linsenmeyer Bill Loffer

108/Sophomores


Anita Lopez Jennifer Lunde

Kathy Lynch James Madlinger

Theresa Magoto Marc Makley

Andy Mann Joe Mantle

Christine Marinelli John Marshall

Paul Marshall John Masten

Victoria Maurer Kerry Mayer

•

Shelly Mayo Denise Mays


I Cheryl Mceldowney Keane Mclaughlin

David Menker Michele Metcalf

Kristy Michael Chris Michel i .

David Miller David Minelli

Steve Montanus James Montavon

Tad Montgomery Brian Moody

Adrianna Moore Dawn Morris

David Moyler Michael Mucha


John Munson Chris Murray David Maas Pauline Neely Monica Nelson Debbie Newton Jack Newton Uyenthy Nguyen NoelObach Gina Obrien Michael Orourke Michael Osterday Angela Parker Tina Patterson Melissa Pearson Michael Petkus Jeff Piper Chris Plummer Chris Porowski Tammy Porter Dave Powers Beth Reynolds Michael Richey Charlie Rodgers Michele Rooney Mary Rosko Kelly Russell Kerry Russell Rose Saluke Tim Saunders Jamil Scherief Jeff Schindler Tim Schlangen Amy Schmitz Paul Schneider Bob Schons Stacy Scott Melissa Search Vanessa Shepard Latonya Simmons Brian Sleight Debra Smith MatfSmith Pamela Smith Raef Smith Scott Smuzok Steve Sprauer Leah St. John Beth Staddon Joe Stickel Dianna Stieger Sue Strader Tony Stritenberger Charlanda Strozier Ron Tillman Carol Trentman

Sophomores/111


Andrew Trick Dale Unroe Katie Valaski Tony Walendzak Chris Walker Monica Walls Shelly Waters Chris Watkins Tom Weckesser Shelly Weisenberger Elaine Wendling Paul Westbrock Dawn Williams Sonya Williams Steve Williams Aimee Winters Beth Wissman Jim Woeste Mark Woodyard Debbie Workman Sarah Wourms Tim Wourms Jill Zecchini Karla Zilinkas Paula Zimmerman Tonya Zinkiewicz

Not Pictured: J. Coleman, N. Cortner, M. Cotterman, s. Fenley, E. Hamilton, L. Harris, M. Hicks, T. Ivey, K. Leavell, E. Lowe, A. Marsico, M. Satchell, K. Shiflet, Y. Sterling, G. Stough, Y. Tinsley, T. Winchester.

112


Terrell Adams Eddie Allen Patty Allen Shelley Allen Mike Anticoli Joan Ater Patty Babal Shelley Badders Janice Ballard Joy Bankston Mike Barhorst Damian Barker Darian Barker Dianna Beal Kathy Becker Shannon Beckman John Black Veronica Blackmon Krista Blakley David Bolton Kim Borgert Amy Bouffioux Terry Bouquot Laura Bremer Tom Bridgman Chris Brown Dawn Brown Martha Brzozowski Mary Brzozowski Dhawn Buchanan Mark Buchanan Jenny Burgess Charles Caesar Jenny Campbell Lesley Campbell Scott. Carico Brian Clark Jenny Clark Karen Clark

113


Marilyn Columbe Jeanette Condy Denise Connell Anthony Conner Tony Cook Matt Corrado Mark Craig Amy Cramer Rochelle Curran Karen Day Dave Dean Mark DeCarlo Louann Dickensheets Laura Dillow Jeffrey Dobson Gary Drake Karen Duckro Michael Dudley Bernadette Dunn Therese Eckerle Doug Eifert Trina Ernst Pam Ernst Lisa Fecke Victoria Finkenstadt Robert Florence Mary Beth Folan Janet Foley Kevin Foley Jenny Gombert Michele Garland Bill Geiger David Gelhaus Marcella Girard Tom Gnau Kevin Goins Fred Goubeaux Jodi Graham Joe Gudorf Ron Haines Michele Hale Duane Hardin Victoria Hausfeld Carole Hayden Brendan Hayes Chris Heckmann Jeff Hehemann Diane Hemmelgarn Jeanette Hicks Sherry Hix Debbie Hoerner Lisa Holtvoigt Lory Hunter Sue Janowiecki Charise Jenkins Kimberly Jenkins

114/Juniors


Melodi Jenkins Mike Jette

Gretchen Johnson Jim Johnson

Jerome Johnson Bobby Johnston

Renee Jones Kathy Kammer

Aimee Karl Jeff Kauth

Lisa Kenley Jim Koehler

Matt Kompar David Kowal

Jock Krafka Kristine Kremer


Suzanne Lally Matt Lamantia

Phil Lange Cynthia Leathers

Paul Leibold Julie Lemp

Irene Linsenmeyer Tom Lucente

Laura Lutz Cami Mack

Amy Mann Windsor Marsh

Pam Martin Pat Martin

Teresa Martin Chris Marx


Mike McCloskey Stephanie Menna Joe Miller Mike Miller Sandra Morgan Anne Moser Ed Mucha Beth Muhlenkamp Rose Marie Muhlenkamp Carol Neff Annemarie Nemeth Dan Ness Doug Ness Mickey Nevius Jean Nitz Chris O'Brien Todd Olszewski Eric Olt Tom O'Rourke Cynthia Osterday Roger Owens Tammy Parker Katie Paton Luis Paulet Gina Perretta Barb Perry Tom Peterson Janelle Phillips Joan Porter Greg Powers Jeanne Quigley Laurie Randall Mary Redmond Kevin Reidy Jack Reising Scott Reynolds Geno Richards Jeannie Richardson Tom Ricker Blayne Riddle Liz Rigot Mike Roderer Rick Rollnski Nick Roll Mike Romie Greg Rosengarten Patty Royer Eric Rupert Leslie Russell Mary Russo _ Gene Saunders Dorothy Scheu Chris Schindler Alan Schirtzinger Matt Schleich Jim Schubert

Juniors /117


Julie Schubert Tony Schwieterman Gary Schwieterman Zerrine Sethna Jim Sills Sri Sinnathamby Tony Skees Francis Skelly Tony Smuzok Bryon Sorah Jana Spanish Mark Staddon Sandy Stader Alison Steiner Shannon Stout Joyce Swintek Greg Taylor Suelyn Tieman Rodney Tims Johnny Tompkins David Tribbey Ed Trick Darin Tucker Brian Vallo Sue Vittitow Tracey Washington Barb Werling Mark Westbrock Bryan Whorton Tracy Wilson Randy Winston David Wolff Matt Worley Jenny Young Mark Zamonski

118


~-..-

..

.

,I I

Not Pictured; Steve Brackman. Erman Cole, Richard Confer, James Cooper, Chris Embry, Jeffrey Hall, Nina Henry, Roland Hines, Pat Hunter, Gwen Ize/l, Danielle Morrell, Tim O'Neil, Rob Powe/l, Angela Reid, Robert Schock, Glenn Smith, Lisa Taylor, Tony Wheat.

Underclassj 119


路1

II


... -


/


Good Luck To The . Class Of 184 From

The Staub Family .. Larry '49

Ben '52 Dave '59

Tony '50 Norm '55

Berty '64

ALPHA MOLD INC.

,


Congratulations Seniors From Your Neighbor Next Door

Best Wishes

LAYER ELECTRIC ANTICOLE'S 603 S. Ludlow 224-9608

NAV It's Been A Great Four Years. Thanks For Everything. Good Luck! Mil Dog, Tuck , Plum, Crotch From Webber

NOFFSINGER & BASHOR APPLIANCE CENTER, INC, 728 E. Main St. Trotwood, Ohio 45426 837-4383

To Learn To Drive Call 278-5883: Be Ready For Driver's Test In Four Days

Go To D & D DRIVING SCHOOL Owned And Operated By Former High School Teacher, Don Austin. 3 Locations To Serve You Better 6656 Brandt Pike (Huber Heights) Behind Grismer Firestone Store 1867 Salem Ave - 4722 South Dixie - Rear Of J & J Grocery We Issue Certificates Necessary For License For 16 & 17 Year Olds -Licensed By State Of Ohio -Approved By Ins. Co . For Discount -We Give Instructions For Written Test & Drive You Over To Take It. -Classroom - Films - Slides - Lectures '-Defensive Driving Course With Newest Techniques -4 Days To Driver's Test Or Take As Long As You Want -Phones Answered Electronically - After Hours

Show This Ad And Receive $10.00 Discount - Master Charge - VISA - Shopper's Charge

-Trained And Equipped To Teach Handicapped -Special Attention Given To Ne'rvous People . - All Phases Of Driving -Simplified Method Of Maneuverability Test -Ford Training Cars - Our Cars May Be Used To Take Driver'S Test In -Free Help And Literature To Get Temporary Permit -Same Rate Anywhere In Montgomery County


G. RICHARD SMITH, D.D.S., INC. Practice Limited To Orthodontics Diplomate American Board Of Orthodontics

1927 N. Main St . Dayton, Ohio 45405 Tel. 434-3916

5692 Far Hills Ave . Dayton, Ohio 45429 Tel. 434-3916

-~-~. "tf!Iotl/J<"

§i(}?«iJ/ ~tee

1'.922

~~berers flowers

..

r' ~

.I

COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE 513 / 223-1253 1504 troy street. dayton , ohio • 45404

All Major Brands • Kenwood • JVC • Concord • Marantz • Makamichi • Ads Service & Repair On All Makes F.M. & C .B. Radios - Sales & Service Open Six Days

4420 Indian Ripple Shopping Center 426-1638 Congratulations Seniors From The Alumni :

Sales Tim Swank Ron Russo Mark Sargeant Manager Kurt Konicki

6305 N. Dixie Drive 898-3118, • Master Charge • VISA


5320 North Main Street Dayton . Ohio 45415

Congratulations And Good Luck Megan Love,

DAN SHOCKEY AGENCY

~ ~ ~

I Mda'ists hsuance

Mom Camille Robbie

CClrrparies,lt>uknowus

Dad Aaron Joshua

Phone: 278-9131

Amber

... And Then There Was.

,'OVERSIEZE"

CHIC CHI QUE

116 Poplar Street Dayton. Ohio 45415 275-5582

Chris McDonald - Drums, Vocal Mark Gottschall - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals Pete Minnelli - Lead Guitar Matt West - Keyboards, Vocals Barry Flanik - Bass

Congratulations Lisa Bruns I

Love. Mom And Dad Keith '79 Ron '80 Dave '81

THE REPAIR KIT

-~ -

~

DAVID L . HENDERSON

Home Repair Contractors

ASSOCIATE REGIONAL. MANAGER BUS . (513) 29B ·0 111 RES . (!S1 3 ) 837.5849

IDWESTERN NATIONAL

Uf[ 1N"5URANC£ OOWPA10' OF OHIO

52!5«!1 SPRINGBORO PIKE DAYTON , OHIO 45439

T. Clements 278-8735

J. Clements . 277-6053

M. Moody 274-3360


Compliments Of ELDRIDGE BODY SHOP INC. I

4625 N. Dixie Complete Auto Body Repair 278-6525

POLISH AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC CLUB President - Joseph Pietrzak Vice Pres. - Frank Tokarsky Treasurer - Leonard Wysinski Financial Sec. - Stanley Zotkiewicz Recording Sec . - Stanley Pietrzak Trustees - William Wysinki Joseph Kaminski Wallace Kozlowski

278-4410 Residence

277-9313 Office

I] REAL TOR~

• •ILO.

JERRY X. HEIN

• • ALT'Z'

Realtor· Broker In Shiloh since 1953

5417 N. Main St.

Dayton. Ohio 45415

,PROM RENTALS $18.00!

HENDRICKS AUTO SERVICE Road Service Complete Brake Service 5719 Brandt Pike Route 210 Dayton. Ohio 45424

YOUR PROM

HEADQUARTERS

223-6603

,


t

_ r

.I ,:

--

I ._----


.A(,ajJ[e 1{il{

(pll,ction :Ji1U!A:~ ~.::tL~ Qyts , 5425 N. Main St . Dayton 45415 277-2633 Directly Across From The Barnsider Restaurant

Good Luck Class Of '85 Compliments Of A Friend

Gifts For Any Occosion Weaving. Stained Glass â&#x20AC;˘ Pottery Woodworking. Toys. Soft Sculpture Crocheting. Watercolors Hours: 10-9 Monday through Friday 10-5:30 Saturday 12-5:00 Sunday

MEYER PHARMACY, INC. Established 1932 C . Raynes, R.Ph . S. Raynes R.Ph . 3022 N. Main 274-5433

,


RACHEL'S FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 1962 N. Main

LONDON FLOWERS 4343 Forest Park Plaza 277-8079 Hanging Baskets - House Plants Flowers For Your Garden And Home

Dear Linda, Thanks For Four Fun-Packed Years Love, Mom And Dad


Spal". anti Steak Houle Stea ks â&#x20AC;˘ Seafood Italian Food

Our Specialties Include ... [24 br. notice please]

Chateau Briand leg of lamb Shishkabob lebanese Food

-PrNafe Party Room Atlailahle-' Monday-Saturday 10:00 I.m. -1:00 a.m.

, Duke Morris, OwDer Z%%-6ZOO

1202 S. Main St. Dayton


Authentic Mexican Food

TROTWOOD LOCKER Fresh Cut Meats Cut From . Beef - Pork - Veal - Lamb

• Lunch 11AM -

2:30PM

• Dinner 277-1476 5PM - 11PM 2412 Catalpa At Hillcrest

• Cocktail Lounge 11 :30AM - 2:30 PM

Dine In Or Carry-Out

23 W. Main Trotwood, OH 45426 (513) 837-4156

Congratulations To The Seniors Of ST. AGNES PARISH

DAYTON BAND, INC. The Store For All Your Musical Needs 275-7771

Best Wishes

SHANNON BUICK CO.

161 Salem Ave. Dayton, Ohio 224-8541

Beth Brinkman Erin Kelly Angie Lakin Phil Nolan Claude Vera


Thanks For Everything You're The Best Sisters A Guy Could Have. Mis, Nett, Marg, Karen From - ucky

MILANO'S "No Substitute For Quality" Pizza Submarines Cold Beer And Wine - Sunday Sales Homemade Bread And Rolls Baked Fresh Daily Delivery Charge (Limited Delivery Area) Mon. Thru Thurs . 10:30AM To 1AM Fri. And Sat . 1PM To 12 Midnight 222-7072 Dayton, Ohio 1820 Brown St .

APPRAISAL SERVICES OF DAYTON 5470 N. Main St . Dayton, Ohio 45415 Ph . 277-8974 Real Estate Appraisals Ray Gunn Sr. - Ray Gunn Jr. Servicing Your Residential Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Needs

WAYNE AVE IGA MARKET Congratulations Seniors, Complete Grocery

Willie Pecasse Manager

2044 Wayne Ave . Dayton, OH 45410 254-9362

Especially Brian O'Neill ' Good Luck And Best Wishes Mom, Dad, Molly


Poeppel meier's Decorating Centers • Glass • Paints

• Wall Papers • Carpet

• linoleum • Window Shades 42 ITEMS TO RENT 2 STORES

1423 Wayne Ave. Town & Country- AND

GENTILE'S Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Corner Of Fourth Street And Patterson Road Phone (513) 461-5170 Good Luck Class Of '84

224 - 7474 293 - 2189


~80' Jl.MAINST.

UAYTON,OHIO

JOSEPH M .. 80HARDT

DAYTON AREA DISTRIBUTOR FOR THE FINEST KITCHEN AND PLUMBING PRODUCTS

DAYTON

PLUMBING SUPPLY

Showroom Hour. Daily 8-5 Sat. 8-12 210 W.yn. Avenu. O.yton, Ohio 45402 T.lephon. (513) 223-8177

Buy -

275-2552

Sell -

Trade

THE DRAGON'S LAIR One Of Ohio's Largest Selections Of Science-fiction And Comic Books Hardbacks • Paperbacks • Comics Magazines • Posters • And A Large Selection Of Used Albums 222-1479

Open Mon.-Sat. 10-7

Congratulations: Thad Arvai Karen Bittner Jane Bohman Chris Bowles Amy Fay Annette Haines Karen Harker Bryon Ley Ted Loose Sharon Melia

Margie Meyers Molly Michael Karen Moorman Lisa Powers Ann Sacksteder Jenny Schubert Sue Sedlock Ben Staub Mary Stueve Tony Trick

ST. RITA/S PARISH

110 W. Fifth Dayton


-

.

'

.

.. . ..

Congratulations

Seniors, Especially Carl Anthony Foster


CALVIN S. TAWNEY MOVERS 1857 Wayne Ave . 253-8961 Congratulations Class Of 1984

Congratulations To Our Seniors Caterina Dix

Sharon Papp

Cynthia Mikula

Sheila Smith

Patricia Palmer

Ted Thompson Jeff Trzeciak OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY PARISH 22 Notre Dame Ave. Dayton, Ohio 45424

,


QUALITY OFFICE PRODUCTS 6001 N, Dixie Dr. 898-7870

Congratulations Class Of 1984

" Our Name Says It All "

Compliments Of

WESTBROCK FUNERAL HOME Serving Dayton Families For "91 Years"

M.L. DUNN CO. Flooring & Wall Specialists - Serving The Dayton Area Since 1945 70 Walnut St .

Congratulations!

222-5591

ESTHER PRICE CANDIES CORP. 1079 Wayne Ave. Dayton, OH 45410 253-2121

Tom Baltes

Tom Kopp

Lisa Bruns

Bob Mack

Barry Flanik

Pete Minnelli

Bob Habib

Ray Plummer

Jennifer Knopp

Bob Rumpf

Anne Leathers

Andy Smith

Chuck Webb

Leslie Smith

Queen Of Martyrs Parish


Crabtree (, Evelyn LON DON 28 W. T h ird S treet Arcade Squ a re Dayton . Ohio 45402

Congratulations To The Seniors Of ST. PETERS PARISH

CLAYPOOL 1 1610 Woodman Dr.

Represented By: Rita Rowan

CLAYPOOL 2

Managed By The Owners

1570 Woodman Dr. 253-5711 256-3311

Cindy Adams Karen Brinkman Patty Brinkman Chris D' Agostino Barbara Hansman Kirk Hartlage Duane Newton Brian O'Neill

C\W PROPERTIES

A Comprehensive Creative Center For Men And Women

Resident Conveniences Physicians' Office Barber Shop/Beauty Salon Laundromat Craft Shop General Store/Gift Shop Formal Dining Room Post Office Ye Olde Pub

Skilled Nursing Care Supervised Living Care Intermediate Nursing Care Assisted - Living Care Efficiency & One Bedroom Apartments Complete Rehabilitation Services Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech Therapy

Certified For Medicare Medicaid & Other Insurance Programs

Private And Semi-Private Rooms 24-Hour Total Patient Care

State Licensed Sponsored By The Sisters Of The Precious Blood

4830 Salem Ave . (St. Rt . 99) South Of Salem Mall 278-2692

'

Accredited By Joint Commission On Hospital Accredidation


Partying-? Pop Over -

See Us

PARTY PORT 6530 Brandt Pike 233-8111

9750 Fishburg 233-8900

Best Wishes Class Of "84"

DAYTON BLACK PRESS MENKERS CENTURY BAR Established 1947 Home Cooked Meals Daily 11 AM - 2PM Short Orders 5-10 10 S. Jefferson Downtown Dayton Come See Antique Bar 1862 And Brass Cash Registers

Congratulations To Our Seniors Martin Brzozowski

Th, fA"., Ch,i,fi O,glon "d",1 Ct.dil Union

ft.

200 Homewood Dayton, OH 45405 Phone: 223-2483

From The

PARISHIONERS OF ST. ADALBERT


Styles By Mr. Matthew Unisex Salon

Hi, Heather!

Arcade Square

Signed, Konrad (,61)

(Second Level) Downtown

461-4030

Congratulations To The Seniors From Our Lady Of Mercy Kevin Bouquot Angela Fuson James Gondos Timothy Gorczynski Peter Healy Carleen Hibbard Matthew Jackson Karen Lofty Annette Marchal Joseph Maurer Daniel Meixner

James Miller Kathy Mitchell Letitia Montavon Elizabeth Mutschler Ryan Patterson Anne Tracey Brian Tucker Matthew Vallo Christopher Walendzak Melissa Weizman Patricia Wymer

Compliments Of O(AlIOII •

Dayton's Finest Accomodations Parties • Receptions • Dances • Meetings 3121 Stop Eight Rd. Dayton, OH 45414

890-5730

Ronald T. Kuczak Realtor.Appraiser COMMEAC I "'L .' NOUSTR ! "'L_RESIOE~T I "L

S"LE5-LEAS ING-ACQUISi TIDNS

EVALUATION CONSULTAN T

7543 Ben. P Ia ," 0 .. ", . Oaylo,,_ 0,,10 454'24

Ron ;59 Sylvia '60 Heather '86


WESTENDORF Beer & Wine

Drive Thru

2 Locations 1201 Troy Street 528 Salem Ave . At Lexington Easy In -

Eash Out

Party Supplies Domestic & Imported Beers & Wines Owners Rick & Brenda Westendorf


,.

Congratulating The Seniors

~~(¥J~1P~ Now 10 Big Supermarkets Serving The Metropolitan Dayton Area:

...A... 3470 SALEM AVENUE

Sheri Eifert Anne Fisher Elizabeth Hehemann Kathy Hemmeter Mary Kleinschnitz Michael Kompar Brian Lahey Kim Lennon

Laura Mann Ed McGarry Mark Miller Brian Monaghan Gerry Overman Mark Radominski Amy Strutton Joe Wimsatt

At Hillcr8lt ...A... 612~ WEST THIRD ST.

...A... 6123 BRANDT PIKE

N

N

N at Olin R.ad ...A... BREITENSTRATER

...A... 4434 POWELL ROAD N in Hubar H.iChll ...A... HILLS AND DALES

...A... 1950 EAST STROOP RD. N at Wilminc!.n Drin ...A... 2300 E. DOROTHY LANE N at W•• dman Drin

...A... 531 SOUTH MAIN ST. N In Encl •••• d ...A... 250 SHOUP MILL ROAD N Jul! .ff N.rth Main Str.. t

N Sill~ing Center-l040 Patterson Rd.

N

In Huber Heights

SiII~inl Center-14m W.Dlrlllhy I.31e

WE BELIEVE IN DA YTON· AND WE'RE GROWING TO PROVE ITI

DISCOVER STUMP'S

SAV-A- TAPE PROGRAM '

CORPUS CHRISTI PARISH

PERFECT CLEANERS "Fabric Care Specialists" 2023 N. Main St . Dayton, Ohio 45405 278-4711

Phone 278-9197

We Sell The Best

And Repair The Best

WHITMAN BIKE SHOP

Family Owned And Operated For Over 15 Years Dayton's First Concord Dealer Concord Bikes Concord, Carabela & Batauus Mopeds Everything In BMX 3528 N. Main St . Master Charge Dayton, OH 45405 VISA

~.

Charitable and Hoo-Profit Drganizalions can earn a1% Rebate on Stump's Register Tapes (Get Details at Your Stump's Sl1Ire)

'I

Congratulations To The Varsity Eagals On A Record Breaking Season: 20-3 Lisa Bruns Sheri Eifert Margie Meyers Sheila Smith Janet Woodyard Jenny Campbell

Teresa Mart,in Stephanie Menna Jean Nitz Mickey Nevius Maria Gitzinger Jeannie Riehardson

From The Varsity Eagal Parents

I


...

1066 South Main St . -

222-4801


RAPP JEWELERS

Win Eagles!

RIGOT REALTY

7 W . National Rd . Phone 836-6243 Englewood , OH

233-2525

Jewelry Gifts For Every Occasion Ring Designing And Special Order Work Loose Diamonds And Precious Stones Remounting And Ring Sizing Engagement And Wedding Sets Jewelry Repair Engraving

.~

..

Best Wishes From Members And Staff Of

.

JOHN H. BUERSCHEN, D.D.S.

EMMANUEL PARISH

O~THODONTICS

FO~

ADULTS &

.

CHILD~EN

1001 SHRO'1ER ROAD DA'1TON, OHIO 45419 (513) 294-1001

50 Park A venue Oakwood, OH 45419 (513) 298-9501 Dr. John graduate '69

Good Luck Eagles!

You've Come A Long Way! Congratulations, Mom & Dad

)


CLEMENS AND COMPANY, INC. 224-1741 The Personal Comfort People Since 1888

2727 S. Dixie Kettering, Ohio 45409 298-7411

Cooling Dayton, OH

BOWLERO LANES

Congratulations Class Of '84 From

DAHM BROS. COMPANY, INC. Bob '56

Heating

Plumbing

3495 W . Siebenthaler 274-1129

Jim '57 Bill '58 Serving This Area Since 1926 Roofing - Commercial - Industrial - Residential 743 Valley St. Dayton, Ohio 461-5627

M ic hae l M o le r Sales Representat ive

WA

melalsoURCe An

A I C' o

StanClerd

Company

6550 W iehe Road ' C inCinnati, Oh io 45237 • 513 / 731-6795

WATS , 1-800 / 543 -7 142 · OH IO WAT S , 1-800 / 582-2640


Congratulations From KIL CHA'S ORIENTAL PALACE RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN CHINESE FOOD

The Last Of The Portners Good Luck Julie!

(513) 233-3720 5543 OLD TROY PIKE

DALE A. Be KIL CHA SURDYN

HUBER HEIGHTS. OHIO 45424

.,

EVAN/S BAKERY INC. 700 Troy St. Dayton, Ohio 45404 Phone 228-4151

Congratulations Seniors, Especially Karen Bittner Love, Mom & Dad Debbie, Jeff. Beth Diane & Mike

,


THE BEST IN ...

: ~K

--------------~~CI~ JIMMY & LAVERNE

S'lUL :DISCD

PROPRIETOR!! 4805 SALEM AVE . DAYTON, OHIO 274·8108 "WE HAVE IT ALL.. ...

DAYTON THEATRE GUILD 2330 Salem Ave . Dayton, Ohio 45402

Congratulations Erin Lots Of Luck

"Where Life Meets Art"

Love, Mom, Dad, Mike And Checkers

Congratulations, Seniors

May I Have Your Attention Please? Congratulations Steve "To Our Musical Wonder. We Are Very Proud Of You."

Many, Many Thanks To All Who Made These Past Four Years Such Great, Wonderful Fun! - Kirk That's All For Now Have A Great Life!

Love, Mom And Dad

~)

i r-

;X ~

7' . .

(~

John Williams, Proprietor

>--~?, ~~

~

~ For All Occasions

...t4. \ II

'- . "

'

Colonial Flowers & Gifts Northwest Plaza 3265 West Siebenthaler Avenue Dayton, Ohio 45406 (513) 277-4251

Dear Mr. Thomas, We Were Late To Yearbook Because: We Were Sharpening Our Pencils Kirk Told Us To Do It We Were DOing Honors English Lit Homework We Started Happy Hour Early

o o o o

Bob Rumpf -

Yearbook '84


Congratulations Class Of "84/1 From KEYHOLE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

To The 1984 C.J . Graduates: Maybe It Was A Little Before Your Time, But Some Years Back Mama Cass Recorded A Tune With These Words ... "Make Your Own Kind Of Music Sing Your Own Special Song . .. " And Today We Can Think Of A No More Timely Wish .. . And Suggestion .. . And With It Go Our Prayers And Love. Parents Music Club

FOR ALL YOUR BAND'S NEEDS . .

rn'l~~!e 34 E. FIRST STAEET

XENIA AVENUE FEED & PET SUPPLIES 'I

Pet Supplies, Grooming & Shows Supplies Bee Supplies - Seeds

3140 FAR HILLS AVE.

Congratulations Class Of "84/1

lami • Kenl • Biskit, Ralston Purina Products • Carnation Feeds • Fromms Pamper Pet. Wayne • Kal Kan • BiI-Jack Frozen Dog Food • And Science Diet Shipping Crates, All Sizes Horse Equipment Wholesale And Retail

RINALDO'S BAKE SHOP " The Best In Baked Goods"

I

624 Xenia Ave. Dayton, Ohio Phone 254-6161 And 254-6162


.....

Member of the Flori.t's Tolegrap.h Delivery Association

Flowers for All Occasions 4725 N. Main St. Telephone 274路7401 DAYTON, OHIO 45405

D & M CLEANERS 909 East Main St . Trotwood, OH 837-5848

C.W. PHILIPS SHEET METAL CO" INC.

HEALING LIGHT COMMUNITY Liturgy And Anointing Of The Sick Tuesday - 9:30 A.M. Thursday - 7:30 P.M. Saturday - Charismatic Liturgy 7:00 P.M. Bergamo /Undercroft 4435 E. Patterson Rd. Dayton, Ohio 45430 Phone (513) 424-0232 Fr. Frank Maloney, S.M.

810 Springfield St. Dayton, OH 45403 (513) 253-7755

Wishing The \'Best Of Everything" To The Class Of

84. The Clark Family

Congratulations Seniors Of 1984 Family Of Mary

Bill - C .H.S. - '51 Toni - J.H.S. - '52 Bill - C.J . - '75 Betsy - C .J. - '78 Tom - C .J. - '79 Jim - C.J . - '80 Joe - C.J . - '82 Jennifer - C.J. - '85


Congratulations Chris

The Meixner Family

All Our Love, Dad, Mom, Mike And Pat

Congratulates Dan And The Class Of '84!

Congratulations Tom, Chris, Steve, Joe And Matt \\The Rat"

i

Mom & Dad West

WE CAN PUT YOUR PRINTING ON THE RIGHT TRACK ...

DAVE & SUE LEONARD NORTH MONT PLAZA

836-0909

606 TA YWOOD ROAD ENGLEWOOD, OHIO 45322


!513· 274-4022

Best Wishes, From

THE BARNSIDER

BILL'S AUTO CARE GENER ..... L AUTO REPAIRS IMPORTED AUTO TUNE

110 SHOUP MILL RD.

IJp

SPECIALISTS

DAYTON . OHIO 45415

Congratulations Paula!

GRAYSTONE'S MENSWEAR 15 S. Main Downtown

Judy (Kramer) Brittain - St. Joseph's '64 Phil Brittain Ted Herzog - C.H .S. '70 Barb (Kramer) Herzog - J.H.S. '71 & Jody Mom (Marie Kramer)

;:~ii"ii"iiii~~~~ 00

:$1 I 1'--.. . . I I

I.

I.

Admission Per Person

~------------------~

A MOVIE THEATRE FOR ALL AGES Open 7 Days a Week, PLUS a 2:00 p.m. Matinee Monday thru Friday during summer and major school vacations.

-------------------- '


r

I

,j Congratulations Class Of '84 From

Congratulations Neighbor!

Student Council

LUDLOW AUTOMOTIVE

Good Luck!

Good Luck Seniors From

BASKIN ROBBINS

Arcade Square 461 -6217

Salem Mall 837-9717

, I

,


r (513) 268-7745

Able Building Maintenance & Services Company, Inc.

P.O. BOx99 1819 KAMMER AVE. DAYTON, OHIO 45417

Congratulations, Barbara Hansman Love, Mom and Dad

ALONZO REID, JR. PRES.

PATRONS

Congratulations, Katie Dix Love, Mom, Dad, Angie, and Brian

Congratulations, Mark Gotschall Love, Mom and Dad

Congratulations, Cindy Mikula

Congratulations, Jaynie Bistrek Love, Mom and Dad

Congratulations, Janet Woodyard Love, Mom and Dad Congratulations, Dan Mott Love, Mom, Norb, Laura, Scott, Sean Congratulations Eagals Good Luck! Good Luck, Steve Trentman Love, Mom and Dad Congratulations Eagles! Compliments of a friend

Congratulations, Matthew Vallo Love, Mom, Mindy, and Dad Congratulations, Sue Sedlock Love, Mom, Dad, Julie, Greg Congratulations, Lisa Leo Love, Mom and Dad Congratulations Angie Dillon Mark, Cheryl, Shawn, Lindsey Congratulations, Bryon Ley and Class of 84 Love, Mom, Dad, Shawn

We are proud of Roger Haines! Congratulations, Theresa Mulligan Love, Mom, sisters, and brothers Congratulations, Matt Lopez Love, Mom and Dad I always told you, you could do it! Your loving, loving (chuckle) sister Beckie Congratulations, Rebecca Henry, we are proud! Love, Mom, Dad, Pat and Tara Congratulations', Amanda Stout We're very proud of you Love, Mom and Dad Marty, you made it! Love, Mom, Dad , Matt, Liz, Kate, Char and Gail


,


ALLIES


,


Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1984  

Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1984 Dayton, Ohio

Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1984  

Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1984 Dayton, Ohio

Advertisement