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Paparazzi! Paparazzi! This word of Italian derivation means "people who take pictures" , In society today it has come to refer to photographers and their candid photographs of celebrities often "caught off guard" , The C-J Yearbook staff is much like them , We take, pictures, often spontaneously, of our celebrities - you the members of C-J High School. Don't be surprised to see that flash - it means "We gotcha" ,




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After a short very hot summer, 810 students found their way to C-J to begin another long academic year. Missing their air conditioning: the pool, late nights and late mornings, students became easy prey for our paparazzi. With sweat rolling down his face , the photographer sprinted from room to room shooting his subjects. Emmanuel Church was his first stop, then to the gym for the pep rally. A change of film and he was off to get the frenzied Frosh .





Making Memories It's been said that the high school years are some of the best years of your life. If that's true, the reason why is because of some very special people - friends . Friends who listen, who share, who advise. Friends that you can count on. Friends that want you to be the best you can be. They may not be paparazzi celebrities, but they are stars. They brighten your life. They're the best! What would Friday nights or Monday mornings be without them. How could you survive dances, games, dates, or even shopping without them? Without these friends you aren't making memories, you're just doing time.

True/False True, taking a test is crisis time, False, one can know oneself by what one knows , True, you need a good line in Mechanical Drawing, False, Miss Meyers' math problems are easier than making pizza , True, cramming doesn't help, False, I'll never cram for a test again , True, you should have taken those notes, False, the best way to pass a test is to sleep through it!




Lunch Rush Crunch 3 minutes to go! That's it. The tone sounds! They're off! Out the door, down the steps and through the corridors, students dash to the cafeteria. 25 minutes minus traveling time and standing in line time, can end up as 10 minutes eating time. After choosing from one of the lines - hot entree, salad bar, hot sandwiches, or cold sandwiches, it's time to find a spot, park it, and eat, gossip, exchange notes, swap food, study for a test, and RELAX!



Ifallway Ifavoc Elbows are flying , voices are rising - it's time to change classes. There are only three minutes to change books, stop at the restroom, discuss all the important issues of the day - " Who? What? When?" and then you 're late. The hardest runs are trying to get to art (impossible), home ec to German, and Phys. Ed . to anything! Why are the Freshmen always in such a hurry. Slow down, man, you're running too fast!






24! That's the number of credits needed to graduate from C-J . In a four year program loaded with. requirements, students find few opportunities to take electives. C-J's comprehensive philosophy allows sudents to choose from a college education, a business education, or a general education sequence of courses. Spiritual. mental and physical growth are the goals for the C-J students in their quest for the magic 24 credits.



A Season Fighting Tough Odds Give Them An "E" For Effort Fielding what could easily be called one of the smallest teams in the history of C-J football, the men in blue, green and white struggled through a 3-7 season . The year got off to a slow start after suffering consecutive losses to Troy, Trotwood, and Dunbar. In game four, the Eagle offense overwhelmed the Belmont Bisons with two touchdowns scored by Lawrence Yawn, and others scored by Mark Parker, the team's leading scorer, and Kevin Habel, resulting in a 20-14 victory. Following this was an exciting win over Sidney, with the winning point scored by senior Mark Parker. The injury of key player Paul George put us at a disadvantage at the Parent's Night football game, resulting in a 16-30 loss to Cincinnati Hughes. Our final game against Alter was truly a "knock-down, dragout" battle. The Eagles and their rivals fought viciously against one another. The C-J defense, along with leading tackler Henry Richardson, put forth their best efforts against the opposing team, but the Knights ended the game and season with a 27- 15 win over C-J . "The entire season was a continuous struggle against the media and a very tough schedule," according to tri-captain Frank Ambrose.

Above: Back Row: L-R : M. Royer, J. Newlin, A. Thomas, K. Jackson, T. Keller, B. Eaglin, J. Rigot, D. Pisek. Fourth Row: L-R: A. Hampton, J. Mudd, B. Heinz, A. Metzger, T. Wolfe, R. Dorsten, C. Yawn, T. Kopp. Third Row: L-R: J. Gorman, J. Downer, T. Newlin, P. George, S. Keller, R. Gibson, S. Douglas, T. Ray. Second Row: L-R: Assistant coach B. Messerly, Assistant coach R. Fr~dette , M. Parker, B. Ewing, K. Habel, R. Powell, M. Habel, L. Yawn, T. Chavers, Head coach J. Zaidan, Assistant coach D. Kosak. First Row: L-R: Tri-captains T. Camacho, F. Ambrose, H. Richardson . Top Right:The newest member to the team senior Mark Parker, displays his awesome punting abilities. Middle Right: Senior Byron Ewing darts past the opposing defense and heads down the field for an inevitable touchdown . Outstanding Defensive Lineman was senior Randy Powell . For Right: Senior Frank Ambrose relieves the tension with pre-game warm-ups . Lower Right: Senior "Skip" George fends off the feeble blocking attempts of the Bisons as reCipient of the award for Best Offensive Back, Mark Habel, dodges the defense and charges down the field. 18


Top Left: Senior Kevin Habel faces asthma on the field and still manages to be one of the team's most outstanding players. Kevin was honored with an award for Best Offensive Back. Fellow teammate Henry Richardson was selected as Best Offensive Lineman. Lower Left: The Eagles huddle up for a final pep talk and a quick prayer before the game.

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Above: Back Row: L-R: Head Coach M. Ewald, J. Snyder, N. Kourt, Asst. Coach M. Boehmer, A. Vannorsall, D. Jackson. Third Row: L-R: B. Gauthier, C. Miller, J. Stevens, D. Wheatley, A. Ndiritu, B. Boehmer, Asst . Coach R. Petersen. Second Row: L-R: R. Winburn, N. Moerman, J. Settich, S. Gordley, M. Bardanaro, L. Bostick, M. Becker. First Row: L-R: K. Gregory, B. Walker, E. Remberet, R. Peters, J. Williams, D. Subert.


Right: Junior Bobbie Wehner relays the ball to the infield in hopes of getting a third out.


Fairmont Middletown Vandalia Centerville Troy Seton Beavercreek Northmont Xenia Springboro Jrinceton Carlisle Carroll McAuley Fairmont Carroll West Carrollton Belmont Alter 3idney ..Vliddletown Fairborn Springfield South Northmont Brookville Alter



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Above: Hey Batter! Senior Leslie Davidson starts her swing. Right: Whether she is in the goalbox catching the soccer ball, on the basketball court catching a bounce pass, or on the softball diamond catching a cutve ball (as seen here), senior Angel Newport always gives every sport her all! 48

it And Rain Eagles Post 10..4 Record With half of the schedule rained out, spring weather was the big winner in the 1989 softball season. The Lady Eagles were able to slosh their way to a fine 10-4 season record and a #2 seeding in the tournament. Five opponents fell to the Eagle bats before Cin. McAuley stopped the streak. The Eagles got on track in the second half of the double header to whip the ladies from the south . Fairmont and Carroll were the next victims before a strong West Carrollton team topped the Eagles. The rain washed out six of the last nine games, including two with rival Alter. Players and coaches found it difficult to maintain high morale with all the cancellations " This was a very talented softball team that played gutsy, neverdie ball in each game. Beavercreek brought the season to an unexpected end with a first round tournament victory . Players recognized for outstanding achievement during the season were : Bobbie Jo Wehner, Most Improved; Beth Owens, Most Valuable; Jenny Ivory, Coach 's Award.

Above: Varsity softball players pose for a team picture in the Eagle Room. Left: Juniors Julie Trzec:ia~, Bobbie Wehner, sophomore Alicia Ranolph and Junior Shannon Puckett await their turn at bat; scorekeeper Heather Wade checks out the game before her. • Top Left: Sophomore Karen Meyers winds and pitches on the mound . Middle Left: And she 's off! Senior Beth Owens sprint s toward first in the game against Carroll. Middle Right: Senior Jane Weckesser loves to tag out her opponents.


Top Left: Safe! Senior Missy Caporal knows she made it, but calmly awaits the call anyway. Top Right: Coach Joe Zaidain is being interviewed for television's "Eagles in Action ." Middle Left: The team crowds together for a pre-game pep talk . Middle Center: Senior Jane Weckesser fires the ball to first for the third out. Middle Right: As she takes the mound, junior Julie Trzeciak makes plans to strike out the next batter. Bottom Right: The Reserve Varsity Women's softball team .


Left: Junior Shannon Puckett tags third base before her opponent makes the catch. Bottom Left: Senior Jenny Ivory begins her slide toward second base safety.

"Softball gives you the opportunity to exercise, make new friends and enjoy the beautiful spring weather."

Above: The camera caught senior Beth Owens in a pause between hit and run.

Women's Softball

Track Begins New Program Running Just As rast As We Can Track got an early start to the 1988-1989 season . The team began a new conditioning program in November that lasted until February. It was a windy, rainy, spring season, but the team overcame these and other problems to place sixth out of twelve teams at the Wayne Relays. The team score at meets was hurt mostly by a lack of participants, especially in sprints and by the inexperience of the runners. However, the teams did display great C-J spirit. The Most Valuable boy and the Best Runner: Jim Rigot, the Most Valuable girl and the Best Fielder: Angie Faulkner, the Best Runner for girls: Josie 0 Neil, Best Fielder: Henry Richardson. The team members were : Chris Baker, John Barry, Brad Boehmer, Matt Brooks, Jason Doerflein, Mark Farrell, Steve Gebhardt, Robert Gipson, Ted Kop, Alan Metzger, Jeff Mullins, Henry Richardson, James Rigot, Kevin Sullivan, Lawrence Yawn, Wendy Birt, Laura Brinkman, Angie Faulkner, Laura Hobbs, Alison Kasper, Josie O'Neill, Michelle Rigot, Heather Seibert, Missy Weber, and Sherlese Taylor.

Top Right: Wendy Birt, freshman, reaches the finish line after a successful start at the Trotwood Invitational. Middle Right: Senior, Henry Richardson, throws the disk for a distance of 125 feet at the Alter Meet . Middle Right: Laura Hobbs, freshman, puts the shot for the win in the Wayne Relays. Above: Heather Seibert, junior, finishes her sprints at the Greenville Relays. Bottom Right: Robert Gipson, senior, stretches as he patiently waits to run sprints.


Top Left: Senior Sherlese Taylor takes everything in stride as she hurdles across the track at the Wayne Relays . Bottom Left: Senior Lawrence Yawn loosens up as he checks out the competition in the sprints at the Centerville Quad meet.

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Above: Members of the C-J track team with veteran coach, Bro. Bill Grundish .



Making The Smart Play Our Scholar Athletes John Barry Chad Brack Laura Brinkman Jacqueline Dudon Sean Falkowski Robert Fisher Rebecca Foster Paul George Andrew Gitzinger Richard Grzymajlo Jennifer Jones Michael Kalt Bryan Kim Monica Lewis Brian Menker Karen Meyers Rebecca Meyers Joseph Pesch Michael Ruff Elaine Sagasser Daniel Schons Kevin Sullivan Andrew Thomas Melanie Webb Mollie Wheeler

Track Soccer Cross Country, Track Soccer Cross Country Basketball Cheerleading Football Soccer Baseball Soccer Golf Tennis, Golf Cheerleading Soccer Volleyball, Basketball, Softball Volleyball, Softball Cross Country Soccer Volleyball, Softball Basketball Cross Country, Track Football Tennis Volleyball, Basketball, Softball

Top Right: Mr. Wallace awards junior Sean Falkowski top honors in three classes . Above: The new scholar athletes are recognized for maintaining a 93% average and/or being in the top 10% of their class . Bottom Right: Junior Bob Fisher's hcird work extended beyond the classroom and onto the basketball court.


Top Left: Nominated by fellow NHS members, Senior Chad Brack speaks on the importance of academics at the NHS induction ceremony. Lower Left: Senior Jackie Dudon, who tied with Chad Brack for the # 1 academic ranking, works off her pent up energy on the soccer field . Below: Sitting by her science project, senior cheerleader Monica Lewis waits for the evaluation of the judge.

Scholar Athletes

Top Right: Senior baseball player Pete Stefan has swept Leslie Davidson, senior softball player, off her feet, Pete's offseason training made him "a starter because of his fine hitting and hard work," Leslie, as her coach puts it, displayed lots of "determination and willingness to become a leader."

Bottom Right: Senior Angel Newport is taking a pause that refreshes before getting back on the court Ladies' Basketball team coach Russo says, "Angel was a big part of our success this season," Angel's other love is dancing when she's not out on the court, Full rock Angel!

Bottom Left: Junior Jim Rigot is just sitting, smiling, and watching the world go by, Jim is a three year track member who specializes in distance events, "Jim is a student of running," says coach Grundish, "He has improved greatly during his three years as a runner."



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Shining In The Spotlight Outstanding Athletes Top Left: Sophomore Kevin Sullivan sits down after a gruesome run. Kevin is a 2nd year cross country runner and according to coach Grundish, "led the team in the meets and in the practices." Kevin holds a 90 average with honors classes and claims he "is going to state by senior year!"

Bottom Left: Running the ball past a Carroll player, senior Molly Holton displays a hint of the hard work she put forth this season. As a transfer student from Alter in her senior year, Molly adjusted to the transition well and became a key player out on the field as a center halfb.ack. 路

Bottom Right: Is this really senior Chris Fraser hard at work behind a typewriter? Playing soccer since he was seven, Chris was an important member of the soccer team this year. When we stopped Chris's typing ond asked him what he th6ught of the U.S.'s present economic situation, he said he didn't know a whole lot about it but, "It must not be very good because I don't have any money."

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The Best Of The JYest outstanding Athletes Top Right: Sitting on top of the stairwell is a girl that's always on top, senior Beth Owens. Beth is a four year volleyball player, MVP both her junior and senior years. In addition, she was District 15 player of the Year in 1988. Beth is also quite a softball player.

Below: Coach Zaidain calls senior Byron Ewing an "outstanding player and person ." We all know Byron isn't the biggest football player at 5'4" and 130 Ibs., so how did he get to be so great? Well, he let us in on the fact that the first thing he does when he gets up in the morning is eat a bowl of Fruity Pebbles . Could it be?


Bottom Right: Taking a break from a roll on the mat is senior Dave Fissel. Dave placed in many of the wrestling team's meets and came within one match of going to state . After he graduates, Dave is heading to the University of Dayton to major in business management.


Top Left: Junior Melanie Webb displays her intense concentration out on the court. Melanie shows a lot of team spirit and · "helps to motivate the other girls ." Melanie's most memorable moment on the court was when she swung her racquet at a bee, hit herself in the calf and broke a blood vessel!

Bottom Left: Two big men on the golf team this year were seniors Mike Kalt and Maurice Kilby. Both started playing golf prior to their teen years. We've learned that Maurice enjoys a plate of sweet and sour pork after a match, while Mike is a fettucini with scallops man.



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Bottom Right: Honor student, senior Dan Schons, is caught lying in the halls as he awakens. His coach says Dan is "an outstanding defensive player and a very caring person." Dan says his most memorable moment this season was playing in front of all of us and the rest of the 13,000 screaming fans at the state tournament!

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Top Right: Students rocked the roof right off the gymnasium at the district championship volleyball game . Bottom Left: Seniors were ecstatic over winning the Spirit Stick at the first pep rally of the year.




Bottom Right: C-J Vice, composed of senior boys, lead the school in divisional cheers.


Eagles Rock The House! Spirit Roars As Eagles Soar From the voice of hundreds of students comes a resounding, "C-J #1!". This year the words C-J and spirit were almost synonymous. The enthusiasm at the 1988-89 pep rallies was an earth shattering 8.9 on the Richter Scale! Who can forget the mass of cheering students battling it out for the spirit stick, or the awe inspiring skits including our "Wheel of Fortune" game where the lovely Miss Vanna Black (Kym Harvey) turned the letters to spell out "BEAT ALTER!" . Remember our dynamic super heros Donbo and Spambo, who fought to keep C-J safe from its evil arch-enemy "The Alter Knight"; and our resident Austrian body builders Hans and Franz, were always ready to "Pump you up!." Spirit flowed out of the gym and through the hallways in the forms of locker posters, banners, and streamers. Students ended up, literally, (because of the face paint) Blue and Green!

Middle Right: Traditionally, seniors stand arm in arm for the Alma Mater. Top Left: Rowdy varsity soccer players cheer on the procession of other fall sports athletes. Middle: Father Denny Gatto an<;l senior Steve Hieatt (as Hans and Franz) were here to "Pump you up. " Middle Left: The gym went wild as a rival from Altar brazenly made an appearance before us for "Wheel of Fortune" . Bottom Left: Cheerleaders and faithful fans greet the Cross Country team in the parade of athletes.


Making Waves As They Q Swimmers Test The Waters The C-J swim team had a short schedule but with tough competition, The swimmers began preparing early in the year to achieve the best results, The team had good results with the leadership of co-captains Todd Mobley and Jeremy Humble and the experience of the other team members, The competitions were the Cincinnati Classic, the Dayton Invitational, which was held at Wright State, Sectionals, which were held at Sycamore High School, and Districts, which were held in Cincinnati. Freshman Jessica Humble qualified for Districts in the 100 meter breaststroke and the 200 individual medley, Junior Kate Corrado gave the team a lot of effort and was awarded her letter, Senior Todd Mobley qualified for Districts in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle, and senior Jeremy Humble qualified for Districts in the 100 meter breaststroke, Two members, Todd Mobley and Jessica Humble, went on to compete in the Nationals in Orlando, Florida ,

Above: Top: L-R : j , Humble, T, Mobley, S, Snyder, j, Beer, E, Snyder, Coach M. Humble, Front Row: L-R: K, Kovar, j , Humble, K, Corrado, M. Carter, C, Stouder, Top Right: Todd Mobley looks for his time after competing in the 100 meter freestyle , Middle Right: jeremy Humble, Todd Mobley, and Chris Stouder dry off after their events, Right: Jeremy Humble competes in a number of events like the 100 meter butterfly,


Top Left: Todd Mobley and Jeremy Humble were co-captains for the team .

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Lower Left: Jessica Humble, Kate Corrado, Maya Carter, and Jenny Beer relax after the Wright State Invitational. Above: J. Humble gives K. Corrado a pat on the head after her event.


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• It didn't rain on our parade because there was no homecoming parade. • It was the Dark Ages. No librarian meant no lights in the library for the first month of classes. • C-J became partners with the Montgomery County MultiHandicapped Program providing a space for the students. • NHS sold balloons for Sweetest Day. Seniors sold carnations for Valentine's Day. Underclassmen sold green carnations for St. Patty's Day. Sell, Sell, SELL. Buy, Buy,

The actors stood in nervous anticipation as the house lights dimmed and the audience hushed. And so began the C-J performances of David Rogers' Tom Jones, based on the novel by Henry Fielding. Partridge, played by junior Mike Turner, set the quick witted pace by providing humorous background information on the plot. The pace continued when an orphan, Tom Jones, played by junior Chris Dykes, falls madly in love with Miss Sophia Western, played by sophomore Allison Gough. Unfortunately, Tom is a foundling, and is unfit to marry buS. Sophia. The two suffer hilarious misunderstandings, and the satirical tone is set for a light evening of relaxing entertainment. The thirty-eight students in the cast and crew, under the direction of Fran Pesch and Karen Connair, rehearsed for months in preparation of opening night, March 10th. "It was a lot of work, but we had fun, and I think " the audience did too," said senior Jessica Smith, who played Mrs. Whitefield.

Curtain Calls Fran Pesch, Director. Karen Connair, Asst. Director. Julie Platfoot, Stage Manager. Cast Members: Partridge, Michael Turner. Bridget Allworthy, Jina Stough. Squire Allworthy, Mike Bolton. Deborah, Angela Rathweg. Jenny Jones, Tina Good. Captain Blifil, John Froschauer. Tom Jones, Chris Dykes. Blifil, Paul Allen. Thwackum, Joe Beer. Squire, Jim Loveall.


• August '88 102nd year of education begins as sleepy teens walked into school early on the 25th. September '88 Raffle sales reach record heights. Frosh officers took the oath. October '88 Junior and senior powder-puffers replay the Cinderella story in the" mock football game. November '88 Cheerleaders were asked to modify dance movements. School poll: Bush: 357, Dukakis: 226. . December '88 Key Club raised money for area needy families. NHS and the handicapped students exchanged gifts. January '89 Exams! (self explanatory) I

• Mr. Western, Chris Pence. Sophia Western, Allison Gough. Miss Western, Rachel Sacksteder. Honour, Mary Sacksteder. Justice Dowling, Michael Labriola. Dr. Sean Thorndike. Highwayman, John Froschauer. Harriet F;t?patrick, Alisa D'Agostino. Fitzpatrick, Joe Beer. Mrs. Whitefield, JesS'ica Smith. ""

• February '89 Fr. Paul Marshall helped student body celebrate Black History Month. March '89 C-J enjoyed 2 free days due to severe weather. April '89 Spring Break! Seniors went to Washington D.C. May'89 The annual Junior/Senior Prom romanced all on May 6. June '89 Seniors bid farewell as they graduated on the 2nd. Good Luck Seniors! C-J underclass broke for summer on June 7. What a Year! • Susan, Janet Perry. Lady Bellas· ton, Jenny Buerhle. Nancy, Kendra Jackson. Constable, Jim Lovea ll. Extra Servants: Karen Woerner, Susan Turner, Heather Wade, Lisa Van Dyke.

Hats Mini-skirts Plaid Pants Rap EZE-E Jeans "Bogus" Turtlenecks Air Jordan shoes "Most- Triumphant" Eastland shoes "Excellent" Eagles Boxer shorts (girls) : Democracy Tom Cruise

White Castle Michael Jackson Bell Bottoms Corduroy "Peace" Drugs Afros Alcohol/Drinking "Word" Press-on Nails Pee Wee Herman Lots of make-up Knights Spandex Repression Attitudes


Flashes Of Gold • The 1988 Olympics ·were full of near misses and glorious triumphs. • Debi Thomas comes in third in Women's figure skating when she fell four times in the long program. • Dan Jansen fell in both the 500 meter and 1000 meter Men's speedskating events. • The U.S. bobsled team missed a medal finish by 2/100ths of a second. • Bonnie Blair won the 500 meter speed skating event.


• Carl Lewis won the gold in the 100 meter dash when Canadian Ben Johnson forfeited when he was caught using steroids. • Florence GriffithJoyner became part ~---------_--_ _ _- -' of the Olympic record books by winning the 100 and 200 meter dashes. • Earthquake rocks Armenia on • Swimmer Matt December 7, 1988. 60,000 Biondi won seven killed; 500,000 were left homemedals, five gold, in less. various team and in• Terrorism continued as bomb dividual events. killed 270 on Pan Am Flight :103 • Overall the U.S. won in Lockerbie, Scotland. 89 medals; 34 gold. • The war in the Middle East between Iran and Iraq ended after 8 years of conflict. • Soviet troops pull out of Afghanistan under Gorbachev's direction. • The U.S. warship, the U.S.S. Vincennes, downs an Iranian airliner due to miscommunication. • 70 were killed at an Air Show in Ramstein, West Germany, as two planes collided in midflight. • The PLO chairman Yasser Arafat acknowledged Israel's right to exist, therefore opening discussions between the U.S. and the PLO. • Hurricane Gilbert swept through Jamaica and the Yuca• Former President tan with winds near 200 mph. Reagan stepped down after his sec• Author of The Satanic Verses, Salman Rushdie, was conond four-year term. demned to death by the AyatOl• Republican George lah Khomeini because he Bush soundly defeatthought the book insulted Ised Democrat, Milam. ./ . chael Dukak~, and became the 41$t president.

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Skyscrape • It was a hot, dry summer for Daytonians who sweltered with the rest of the U.S. in 1988. The drought threatened the farmers' crops and our local water supply. • Dayton's skyline underwent a change with the addition of the new Arcade Center and Citizens Federal buildings. Sinclair and the Victory Theatre also changed their looks. • Dayton movie goers' tempers flared and then quickly cooled when the Last Temptation of Christ played at the Neon Movies. • Indoor Soccer returned to the area with the Dayton Dynamos. • The Fernald Plant caused great anxiety because of its radioactive releases over the last several years.

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the 1988 World Series where they defeated the Oakland A's. • World Champion boxer Mike Tyson earned $2,625,000 for each of the eight punches he landed in his bout with Spinks. The undefeated champ was KO'd by Robin Givens in the home ring. • Los Angeles Lakers won back to back NBA championships.





Academic Gold In May, the United States Department of Education selected C-J as a National School of Excellence. Six Ohio schools were part of the total of 218 schools in the U.S. chosen for this award. Officials from The Department of Education visited the school in March. The award recognized the school's emphasis on values and community leadership; diversity of the student body, the staff and faculty, percentage of graduates that go to college, and community support. Staff members and students enjoyed all the acknowledgements that flooded the school after Representative Tony Hall's office announced the award.


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In today's society the T. V. seems to be a major part of the lives of people, especially teenagers. As soon as they get home, the T. V. goes on, and they are hooked for the rest of the evening. How many of those people are students who need to accomplish work? At C-J, 52% of the students said they watch T. V. rather than do homework.

Ouch! The junior and senior girls introduced each other to Mother Earth in this year's muddy powderpuff football game. Defeating the older women for the first time provided the onlookers with what Mr. Kavanaugh called "the best game ever played.;' Controversy surrounded the game because of a disputed call allowing the juniors' first touchdown.






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Curfew??1 The word that means restricted freedom to teens isn't a much feared word at CJ. 66.8% of C-J students said they have no curfew. This surprising statistic also revealed that very few students received any punishment if they did miss an agreed upon time to be home. "Unfair" won the response of the 14.3% who have a "12 o'clock curfew and had better make it. The other 19% have curfews that vary.

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â&#x20AC;˘ Eighty seniors boarded buses for the annual big adventure to our nation's capital. Mr. Wallace, Father Gato, Mr. Brooks, Mrs. Kramer, Sister Ruth Ann Bange, and Sister Oam ienne Grismer acted as chaperones while the students toured Washington. Many sights were viewed including: Smithsonian, the ~I Capitol, the Vietnam Memorial, and I~. the National Shrine.


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influenced the course of American history ~ .. some through speaking and writing, some through inventions and discoveries, some through music, art, education, or athletics. Black history month (Feb.) celebrated these outstanding individuals and their accomplishments. Green, red, and black banners with African sayings set the backdrop for the first liturgy sponsored by the Black Student Union. The mass was celebrated by Father Paul Marshall, a former teacher at C-J. Father Paul's sermon focused on the importance of .making the correct choices in life.


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• They weren't covered by ESPN, never made it on Sports World, but the Senior-Faculty games provided screaming Eagles with two great sports events. Both sides were "saved by the bell" as the annual volleyball match ended in a tie. The Faculty muscle overwhelmed the seniors in the basketball game despite some hot shooting by senior Brad Bush. Both events were broadcast by the voices of seniors Steve Hieatt and Charlie An.

I Get Upset With • Brothers and sisters • School/Homework/hard tests/impossible teachers • Waiting for someone who is late • People who tap their pens on their desks • Girls who flip their hair around • Prejudiced people • Dress code • "Let's still be friends." • Call-waiting • Spiral notebook wires that stick in your clothes • People with no common sense . • People who smack when they chew gum • People who don't do their homework and want to copy yours • Student parking • People who don't blow their nose and keep sniffing _ • People who ask questions just to confuse others and the teacher • People who stop in the middle of the hall and talk • People with big book bags Nosey people

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Seen We're Just Friends? When going out with someone or having a girlfriend/boyfriend, some cannot choose a word to describe their relationships. Most people, older couples, probably use the word ''going steady. " Going steady is really out in the 80's and probably won't come back in for a while. Other terms such as "boyfriend/girlfriend" and ''going out" are more commonly used in the 80's. Some couples could probably use the word "marrled" since they are with each other practically every day, every weekend, and every hour. It kind of makes single people sick! Another word such as "fiance" is too classy and Is more for the "ritzy" couples. Allin all, It does not matter what you call It, it Is the relationship behind the word that matters.



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Watch Out! Above Left: Sophomore Joe George hopes his conclusion doesn't change by the time his project is judged. Left: Junior Rick Grzymajlo reads his report and wants the judges see the time he put into his project. Above: Careful! Juniors Sean Mastin and Mike Vendely cautiously prepare an experiment in Bro. Ed's chemistry class that may change the world.

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Live Sci-fi Fumes and smoke weren't the only things coming out of the science labs J this year. Bring out the goggles, shade y our eyes, C-J has the brightest sci· ence department around! Eighty stu· den ts participated in the school sci· ence fair on March 4th. The students' projects were judged on the use of the sc i entific method, knowledge achieved, clarity of expression and creativity. Eight students received superior ratings and went on to compete in the State Science Fair at Ohio Wesleyan University on April 22. The stu· den ts were freshman Rachel Beyer, sophomores Greg Clemons, Annejanette Heckman, Lisa Van Dyke, juniors John Barry, Sean Falkowski, Brian Nealon and senior Charlie An. Along with those individual awards, the science department, headed by Mrs. Tur ner received the Krecker A ward for Ou tstanding Science. The Ohio Junior Academy of Science presented C-J the award for scientific excellence. • Top Right: Freshman Brandon Walker learned the most effective ways to stop motion. Middle Right: Reviewing her work one last time, junior Melanie Webb knows her future is Crystal clear! Bottom Right: Juniors Melanie Chatterji and Kathleen Crosby search to find the answers to all their scientific questions.


• Picture yourself sitting behind the wheel of your parent's car gripping the steering wheel with sweating palms as a strictly uniformed officer barks out the orders like a drill sergeant. "Turn on your left turn signal." The officer then shouts the command to "honk your horn." The dreary routine car check for the officer is the only time you have to prepare for what could be the most frightening experience of your life - your driver's test. The officer finally climbs into the car and from behind the dark reflective sunglasses says, "Start the car. " By this time he has succeeded in the ultimate purpose of his job: intimidating the driver. You cautiously pull away from the curb and start on your journey. You follow the directions the officer gives and try not to notice the notes the officer is writing on your score sheet. As you pull back into the test station, you realize what is yet to come - the dreaded manueverability. The cones seem to close in around you as you pull through the maze . .. Your test is over. Nervously you wait as the officer stalls before giving the verdict. "You passed. Enter the building through the side door and hand your test to the lady behind the desk." The magic words. You run in the buildinf and plo,! down to have your picture taken. It s now offIcial. Stay off the sidewalk world, I'm driving! 80

• Driving is easier than getting your license. There are basically three .roads to getting a drivers' license. The first option is to get your temporary permit by going to a public high school after school. Although this process is fairly cheap, it take~ about 30 days. But, to ·the students it feels like 6 months. The second route is to go through a private program. Attending' their classes are very costly, but you can get your license quicker than taking the course through a public high school. The third rou.te is to wait until you turn eighteen. Then all you have to do is take the test.





• Getting behind a very slow car • People who cut in front of you, then go 5 miles under the speed limit • People who drive slow in the fast lane • People who cut you off • People who drive 25mph in a 65 zone • People who tailgate • People who leave their turn signal on after turning • People who stop instead of going through the turn at Turfier and Wolf

• Jeff Martin, Jawn Chasteen, Eric Baumgarder and I were on our way home from a camping trip. I took my eyes off the road, and this killer curve came up. I went off the road on the right and then got back on the road, but didn't have control yet and crossed over the center. A car was coming at us head on, so I drove off the left side of the road. We went into this deep creek and then bounced back out onto this field. Then these small town cops came and took us into a back room, and we thought we were in trouble. We had to ride back in the car as it was being towed. Todd Mobley.

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Picture Perfect Fittingly, the theme "Hold on to the Night" captured a memorable Homecoming week. After a nerve-wracking start to the season, C-J football landed its first victory of the season with a win over Belmont, the Varsity men's and women's soccer teams triumphed over Greenon, and the week closed with a fantastic dance. Dance goers were greeted by the annual Homecoming drizzle. The weather was easily forgotten, however, in the newly remodeled Dayton Convention Center. Music provided by a D.J. kept the dancing alive all night long. And who can forget the mass of couples swarming the dance floor to join the Righteous Brothers in singing and shaking to "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"?

Top right: "This way Jenny!" Senior pals Crystal King and Jenny Meixner are in a frenzy searching for the photographer. Above: Seniors Frank Ambrose and Angel Newport steal a moment to themselves . Above right: Juniors Ale x DeschOJJeiles and Anne Marie Filo decide to sit one out from the constant action on the dance floor . Bottom right: Sophomores Paul Allen and Mary Schulz simmer the pace to the tune of "One Moment in Time". Bottom far right: Junior Sarah Koob dances solo among the 350 couples that attended .


Left: Aw! Now isn't that cute? Freshmen Mike Bittner and Kimberly Dehner relax in each other's company and smile for the camera .

Left: Juniors Cindy Pizza and Melissa Worley strut their stuff, showing off their dresses. Above: . . . And presenting the 1988-89 Homecoming court : (L-R) Freshmen Jennifer Dalton and Ale x Ndiritu, Sophomores Heather Charo and Mike Camacho, King Aaron Vaughn and Queen Beki Foster, Juniors Tangy Williams and Chris Dykes, and Seniors Tim Newlin and Melissa Caporal.



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Above: Senior Jawn Chasteen flashes us his Travolta impression insisting disco isn't dead .

The moment one walked into this year's Christmas dance, a feeling of holiday spirit overtook him. The dance was held on a Friday night, but, it was obvious that the fact that we had school that day did not dampen an.yone's energy. Once again, the dance was held at the Greek Orthodox Church, and this year's Christmas D.J.'s music picks seemed to satisfy all dance goers. So .. . what's the "big picture"? A great time was had by alii


Top right: Juniors Julie Platfoot. Jeff Tomzak, Becky Meyers, Steve Ponichtera, and Marianne Hemmeter get into the groove of things. Above middle right: Seniors Mary Kay Cboins, Tonya Harris, and Ann Gough live-it-up on the dance floor. . Far right: Sophomore Yvonne Davis and Michael Trammel easing into the next song. Lower right: This unstoppable dancing duo of Sophomore Heather Charo and Senior Tom Walmsley gives us a second for 路a quick photo.

Left: Sophomores Amy Bettendorf and Derrial Christian sway dreamily as visions of sugarplums (not to mention the upcoming Christmas Break) dance in their heads. Below: Ooh! Ah! 10 Points! A tremendous display of fancy footery from this dynamic dancing team of Seniors John Travis and Barbie Teszar. Fabulous routine kids!

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My Ifeart Throb Girls, where else could you possibly find the most handsome, charming, not to mention the most graceful dates on the dance floor, but at the bash of the year - the annual Father-Daughter Dance. This year's father-daughter couples grooved to waltzes, "shimmies", the twist, the jitterbug and even head banging at the Greek Orthodox Church, Saturday, February 11th. With the 14th right around the corner, the theme "My Favorite Valentine" was captured with a floor covered in red, pink and white balloons and topped off with a red ballooned giant heart for the perfect picture background. This year's essay contest featured the theme "Why My Dad's the Best" . The winners were in 3rd place, senior Angie Dix; 2nd place, Jackie Dudon; 1st plac e, Janie Weckesser.


Top right: Sophomores Amanda LeFever, Denise Plat foot, Karen Plummer, and Jennifer Schaefer huddle together. Where'd their dates go?! Above: Freshman Andrea Castellari and father take a moment to enjoy quiet time. Above right: Juniors Jeannine and Jeannette Smith, freshman Deonda Talley and dads gather to catch up on the evening. Bottom right: Junior Greta Szmaj falls into step as daddy takes the lead. Bottom far right: Junior Michelle Newlin and father are a happy couple of Valentines.


Left: Seniors Beth Schindler and Angie Burgmeier and their dads doubled for their last Father-Daughter Dance and enjoyed a fabulous time!

Left: Cupid's arrow was evident in the smiles and fancy footwork of senior Bridget Leo and her V-day date. Above: Freshman Michelle Rigot treeted her father to a splended night on the town. What a night!

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Above: Senior Steve Hieatt and mom "digging in" at the dinner buffet.

You did it again mothers and sons! February 25th marked another unforgettable Mother-Son Dance at Hara's Silver Ballarena. The evening started with a buffet meal of several delectable choices. After finishing off with a pick of three scrumptious cakes provided by the Social Committee, mothers were wisked off to the dance floor by their handsome young escorts. The action there was graceful and ceaseless as these polished dancers displayed the art of dance to perfection. What more need be said? Fred and Ginger would have been jealous!


Top right: Juniors Thadd Wells, Brian Nealon, Paul Peterson, Mike Vendely, and Jeff Pickrel gather for a breather after an exhausting twirl with their moms. Above middle right: Mrs. Heinz and Sophomore son Brian were quite the socialites at their table! Far right: Sitting down to appetizers and conversation are Freshman Nick Nolan and his mother. Lower right: This handsome couple, Senior Joe Mercuri and mom: is anxious for the dinner and dance to begin.

Left: Our camera caught Sophomore Gordon Perry and his mother in the act .. . of having a fabulous time . Below: Junior Sean Semler and mom offered a warm welcome to friends and other dance goers.


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It's A Great'Life The 1988-89 dance season "went out with a bang" at UD.'s Kennedy Union Center Ballroom, May 6th. The couples were delighted with "Some Kind of Wonderful": wonderful music provided by a D.J., wonderful decorations (a shower of pink, white and silver balloons on the dance floor and, for picturetaking, a gazebo laced with springtime blooms), and wonderful friends. Adding an unexpected twist to the evening was the unseasonal snowfall outside. The wonderful evening continued with "Casino C-J", a revelry of recreational activities after Prom.

Top right: Juniors Nikki Perry and Mike Silverman set an amusing pace to a serious Guns-n-Roses's "Patience" . Above: Don 't the smiles of junior Molly Wheeler and senior Tony Greene just say it all? Above right: Leading a raid of rampant dancers aoout the dance floor are senior Bryan Ecton and junior Erica Littlejohn. Bottom right: Senior Barbie Tesarz is proud to follow the lead of her towering dancing partner, senior Brian Walling , Bottom far right: Junior wildman Tony Arnold sneaks a moment minus his date to get "funky",

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Left: The Prom court; senior attendants Wendy Hanselman and Sergio Genovesi, Queen Janet Perry, King Ty Camacho, and Junior attendants Jonas Smith and Kate Corrado .

Left: Are juniors Elaine Saggasser and John Barry tangling or tangoing? This pair provided entertainment with their rendition of the "Spanish Fandango" Above: Junior Matt Sweeney prepares to warm up a chilly evening as he leads junior Bridget Farrell to the dance floor .



Right: Student Council: L-R: C. Fike, J. Barry, F. Ambrose, C. An, S. Hieatt, J. Bensman, J. Kelly, B. Tompkins. Bottom Left: Senior Jeff Bensman addresses members of the NHS explaining to them the evaluation process used in their selection . Below Middle: Kim Harvey, senior, and Bridget Farrell, junior, sit in on . a Student Council meeting headed by Mr. Brooks.

Above Right: Student Council President, senior Frank Ambrose, receives an honor for his hard work. Right: C-J Vice: First Row: L-R: R. Hinders, B. Walling, M. Miller, Second Row: L-R: B. Ecton, E. Orr, B. Henry, K. Harvey, P. Stefan, L. Rosati.


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As always, the Social Committee was busy year-round. The dances included Homecoming, the Christmas Dance, Father-Daughter Dance, Mother-Son Dance, and Prom. Under the leadership of John Barry, and committee members, the dances were all successes. Besides planning and decorating, members are in charge of everything from picking a theme to picking up needed materials. More hard work and time is behind the glitter of the dance than meets the students' eyes.

Above Left: Social Committee: First Row: L-R: C. Etson, M. Cboins, A. Bass, N. Katovic, M. Hemmeter, J. Barry. Second Row: L-R: S. McDermott, S. Thorndike, K. Crosby, N. Henninger, A. Kasper. Third Row: L-R: A. Faulkner, L. Sykes, T. Fletcher, K. Stevens. Left: Senior Mary Kay Cboins, senior Stephanie Johnson, and junior John Barry finalize the details for the upcoming dance. Above: Barry, Cboins, junior Alison Kasper, senior Angie Faulkner, and junior Candice Etson relax after finishing a meeting of the committee. .


Right: Senior Angie Faulkner, junior Melissa Worley, and senior Rachel Sacksteder look over some material for the Model UN visit . Below: Senior Tonya Harris and Melissa Worley try to figure out where in the world they are! Bottom Right: JCOWA: First Row: L-R: A. Faulkner, R. Sacksteder, Second Row: L-R: T. Harris, S. Hieatt, K. Woerner, M. Worley, C . Etson.

JCOWA, the Junior Council On World Affairs, is for students interested in learning about other countries, their culture, government, people . JCOWA members represented Turkey in the Foreign Bazaar in October. Students made a flag of the country, gathered various art forms from the culture, and even performed a Turkish folktale . C-J placed first in the entertainment category and fifth overall. In the International Quiz BOWl, C-J students matched their wits with 16 other participating schools. At the Model United Nations, C-J represented Ethiopia, Russia, and Syria. Steve Hieatt was voted Best SpeakerIBest Delegate.


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Ombuds: First Row: L-R: A. Rathweg, J. Ivory, J. Scherbauer. Second Row: L-R: K. Woerner, R. Chapman, M. Cboins, E. Selvage. Third Row: L-R: Mrs. Berger, L. Lehman, J. Pesch, J. Platfoot, M. Worley, C. Richards. Middle Left: Seniors Karen Woerner and Rosie Chapman discuss some of the current problems that students have today . Middle Center: Junior Angela Rathweg and senior Jenny Ivory got involved because they think we need to be "listeners."

Middle Right: Sophomore Allison Gough and senior Angie Faulkner look over the agenda for the SADD senior sleepover wit h the advisor, Mrs. Ellis. Left: SAOO: First Row: L-R: L. Brinkman, J. Klosterman, M. Webb, L. Thomas. Second Row: L-R: N. Folan, M. Weber, T. Fletcher, A. Faulkner, K. Crosby, T. Danis, N. Boland.


Helping Is The Key To This Club The Key Club soared to new heights this year. Besides organizing a day care egg hunt, selling coupon books, and sponsoring jeans days, Key Club sponsored a "Food for the Hungry" drive, a "Bash" against cancer dance, and a prom car wash. Key Club unlocks the doors to many opportunities for its members. They are given leadership experiences and can become involved with the Dayton community. With the help of advisor Bro. Ed Brink, president Mike Bolton, vicepresident Angie Faulkner, secretary Sherri Kleismit, and treasurer Joe Pesch, the Key Club made great contributions to the entire C-J community during the past year.

Top: Bro. Brink spends hundreds of hours guiding the Key Club members through their helping adventures. Above: Senior Mike Bolton and Bro. Ed check the results of one of the club's fund raisers . Right: Members: First Row: L-R : S. johnson, N. Katovic, M. Hemmeter, N. Dietenberger, T. Danis, j . Scherbauer. Second Row: L-R: J. Doss, E. Quatman, M. Bolton, A. Gough, j. Pesch.



Left: Computer Club: First Row: L-R : M. Sundy, S. Kim, K. Jackson, M. Halton . Second Row: L-R: S. Schneider, W. West, J. Lu, P. Liebert. Third Row: L-R: L. Lehmann, J. Meixner, G . Borgerding, G. Luehrs. Below Left: Junior Greg Luehrs concentrates deeply on the computer screen .

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i Above Middle: Sophomore Christopher Chattman sits at the keyboard as classmate Willie West helps him out. Above: Mrs . Turner explains some science concepts to sophomore Greg Dierkers. Left: Science Club: L-R: Mrs. Turner, S. Falkowski, James Palmer, G. Dierkers, J. Pesch .


Right: Seniors Angie Faulkner, Becky Foster, Stephanie Johnson, Connie Klohe, Diane McCarthy and junior Nicole Boland await their induction into the National Honor Society. Bottom: Angie Dix, senior, gives her welcoming speech at the NHS Induction Ceremony. Bottom Middle: Several new inductees stand to be acknowledged for their effort and accomplishments. Bottom Right: Juniors Melanie Webb, Becky Meyers, and Elaine Sagasser prepare to give their petitions during the NHS mass.

Academics, Leadership, Service Current Membership: F. Ambrose, J. Berry, J. Bensman, M. Bolton, C . Brack, L. Brinkman, J. Buehrle, R Chapman, S. Falkowski, W . Hanselman, N. Henninger, S. Hieatt, M. Kalt, F. KhavarL S. Kleismit, J. Klosterman, M. Lewis, J. Lu, J. Mantle, C . Meranda, B. Meyers, J. Pesch, R. Sacksteder, E. Sagasser. J. Scherbauer, D. Schons, M. Turner, M. Vendely, M. Webb, J. Weckesser, M. Wheeler. Inductees: J. Beer, G. Bernardin, N. Boland, L. Bostick, M. Chatterji, K. Corrado, K. Crosby, T. Danis, J. Evans, A. Faulkner, B. Foster, P. George, A. Gitzinger, C. Good, A. Gough, R. Grzymajlo, A. Heckman, J. Humble, K. Jackson, C. James, S. Johnson, A. Jones, C. Klohe, B. Leo, D. McCarthy, K. Meyers, C . Pizza, E. Quatman, A. Rathweg, M. Sacksteder, A. Thomas .



Left: Senior NHS members are recognized during their last year at C-J. Below: Karen Woerner, senior, gives her speech on service, one of the characteristics of NHS members. Bottom Left: New inductees prepare to take the NHS pledge .



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new inductees this year. The ceremony for the new inductees was held at Holy Angels Church. Besides maintaining a 90% average or above, character, service, scholarship and leadership were important in selecting new members. President Angie Dix, vice-president Jennifer Ivory, and treasurer Jackie Dudon helped organize many events during the school year. Among the events were hosting Open House, book covering, eighth grade visitation, tutoring, balloon selling and special education activities.

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Top Right: Several LIFE group members gather around for a challenging game of Pictionary. Middle Left: Jenny Mantle, senior, and Amy Schapker, junior, are a search and devour mission in the kitchen. Food and games were two important components of the LIFE program.

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gather to discuss current problems and their solutions. Middle Right: senior Mike Bolton gets the roaring on one of the many LIFE retreats . Bottom Right: Tired LIFE members relax with Mr. Dillon and Sr. Kim after an exhausting, but exhiliarting . retreat day .


Covering The C-J Beat The Spirit published six regular issues and three two-page specials. This was more than twice the amount published last year. Lisa Mahle, editor-in-chief, and Jen nifer Buehrle, managing editor, were the women behind the success of the Spirit. Commenting on this year's success, J. Buehrle said, "I was really impressed with the work we turned out this year. This is the first year in a while that we have had a print media class, and things really took off for us." Under the advising of Mrs. Meyer, the students gathered information and photos, which was a two to . three week process for each edition. Another week was needed for mailing to the printer. The dedication of the staff paid off when the newspapers circulated through the C-J halls.

Top: Front Row: L-R: L. Mahle, J. Meixner, K. Pickrel, N. Dichito, B. Chavez, C. Barnes, C . Jeter. Back Row: L-R: C. Lakin, E. Littlejohn, J. Ligon, P. Miller, B. Ewing, T. Stasio, S. Holmon, J. Downer, M. Newlin, L. Pedicord, M. Fisher, C. Ragland, B. Henry. Above: Front Row: L-R: K. Harvey, L. Confer, A. Gough, A. D'Agostino. Second Row: L-R: K. Campbell, R. Davis, P. Stefan, T. Czech, C. James. Back Row: L-R: M. Bucklew, M. Coyle, N. Coleman, P. Keyes. Left: Seniors 'John Downer and Jenny Buehrle give assistance to Lisa Mahle on how to type a certain copy block .

Top Right: Julie Osterfeld, senior, is diligently sorting her note cards before she begins to type her report . Below: Senior Shannon Herrick and Mrs. Naughton discuss problems over meeting deadlines.

Bottom Right: Senior IOE: First Row: L-R: M. Petkus, D. McCarthy, A. Fecke, L. Confer, J. Osterfeld . Second Row: L-R: S. Herrick, J. Thomas, T. Henry. Third Row: L-R: B. Tesarz, V. Dill, L. Pedicord.

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r Top Left: L-R: IOE Juniors. B. Wehner, J. George, S. Khavari, J. Trzeciak, P. Staggs, K. Jackson, H. Routzohn, D. Mueller, E. Kelly, C. Borgerding. Middle Left: Julie Thomas, senior, seems to be enjoying her work during class.

Middle Center: Seniors Amy Fecke and Lori Pedicord are hard at work during an average intense day in IOE . Middle Right: Senior Mandy Petkus doesn't want to loose her place as she practices her typing skills. Bottom Left: Vanessa Dill, senior, finishes up some last minute paper work before calling it quits for the day.


Culture Is Muse Style Many people wonder, "What exactly is Muse Machine?" Muse Machine is unique to the Dayton area. It is a city wide organization to expose students to the arts and to focus on the audience of tomorrow. Students have the opportunity to form teams in different artistic fields and interact with professionals in each field of the performing arts. C.J. MM consists of approximately 80 members. Their activities have included the annual musical (made up of all students), a playwriting competition, The Muse Search, Theatre Sports, and Drug Busters. Essentially there is no physical talent required. Students have to be a junior or senior high school student and have an interest in learning about the arts. Top: Team Captains: First Row: L-R: A. Jones, C . James, B. Bryant. Second Row: L-R: W. Hanselman, M. Bucklew, T. Good. Third Row: L-R: P. Keyes, C. Etson, Advisor Mrs. Hardgrove, B. Nealon . Right: Muse Machine members proudly hold the banner that represents the club.




Left: Language Club: Bottom Row: S. Khavari. Middle Row: L-R: N. Khavari, K. Jackson, F. Khavari. Back Row: L-R: S. Gebhart, V. Marsico, A. Filo . Below Left: Junior Ann Marie Filo and sophomore Kendra Jackson look at the Language Club bulletin board.

Above Middle: Mrs. Regan pours a cup of punch for sophomore Tina Good at the Language Club meeting. Above: Several members look over the variety of doughnuts furnished by the Language Club. The annual spring breakfast rewards students who have maintained a high grade average in a language class during the year. Left: 25 Black Student Union members gather before a meeting headed by Mr. Davis.


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Above: Symphonic Band Right: Winter Guard: L-R: C. Froshauer, C. Borgerding, M. Cboins, J. Lair, A. Watkins, Middle: M. Hurley. Students who received superior ratings in the District Solo and Ensemble contest were Carrie Froschauer, Steve Keller, Kevin McEldowney, Allen Metzger, Tyrice Jones and Pete Hentrich.


Top Right: L-R: Asst . Dir. Terri Mclaughlin, Dir. Earl Scott, Asst . Dir. Diana Wightman. Below: The C-J Marching Band was busy with parades and contests during the school year.

Left: Senior members of the band share fond memories of early and late practices, packing and unpacking, and four years of harmony. Front Row: L-R: M. Schneider, C. King, J. Mantle, M. Cordonnier. Back Row: L-R: K. McEldowney, R. Leik, B. Leo, D. Harris.

Band Officers of 1988-89 were : Rob Leik, secretary; Bridget Leo, treasurer and field commander; Derrick Harris, vice-president; Kevin McEldowney, president; Matt Hurley, librarian, Crystal King, guard captain, Monica Cordonnier, guard captain, Pete Hentrich, asst. field commander.


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Last Dance ror Seniors The last dance for the seniors is the Senior Dinner Dance. This year the dance was held at Bainbridge Hall on May 18th. It was a chance for the seniors to get together one last time before graduating. The night began with a wide selection of food and beverage. After dinner everyone danced with friends for the last time as seniors. Near the end of the dance, awards were given to the guy and girl for different titles, like tallest and class comedian. It was also a time for the seniors to say good-bye to another friend who was leaving, Father Dennis Gatto. A special scrapbook was given to him with notes from the senior class. A slide show followed of different memories of the year. The evening came to a close with one last slow dance and friends saying goodbyes to each other.

Above Right: Crystal King breathes a sigh of relief after making her way through the food table unharmed. Lower Right: Randy Powell and Nancy Davis dance to say goodbye and discuss the future . Above: Friends gathered together at the dance, like this group, to discuss old times and the upcoming graduation.


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Lower Left: Rob Leik had a tough time choosing from the wide variety of catered food . Top Left: Anise Jones, Camille James, and Diane McCarthy take a break from the dancing to watch the slide show. Above: A short break is all that is necessary for Amy Bole before returning to the dance floor for more.

Senior Dinner Dance


A Friendship Like Ours


After the procession by Father Denny and NHS members Andy Gitzinger, Karen Meyers, Nathan Henninger, Andy Thomas, and Mike Turner, the congregation was welcomed by Jennifer Buehrle and Jenny Ivory. This began the Baccalaureate Mass held on a sweltering June night in Emmanuel Church. The theme of the mass, "We have been blessed with a friendship like ours," clearly represented our growth in the last four years. The first reading was proclaimed by Frank Ambrose and Rosie Chapman; Bridget Leo did the second reading. Fr. Denny gave an appropriate homily on the significance of friendship and how it can be expressed in a variety of ways. Leslie Davidson, Beth Owens, Monica Lewis, Angie Faulkner, Jeff Martin, Janet Perry, Christine Kowlakowski, and Derrick Harris read the prayers of the faithful. Presenting offertory gifts at the candle light ceremony were Jackie Dudon, Chad Brack, Janie Weckesser, Jerry Ligon, Belinda Van Vuren, Charlie An, Rachel Sacksteder, Wendy Hanselman, Anita Dudley, Lisa Mahle, Jeff Bensman, and Becki Foster. The recessional was to the song, "Be Not Afraid."

Top Right: Chrissie Zinkiewicz and Leslie Davidson step outside after mass to talk and cool off. Above: Luke Rosati listens as petitions are read. Lower Right: Mrs. Meyer and Lisa Mahle represent "The Spirit" in the presentation of the gifts.


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205 Special Memories Friday, June 2nd, at Memorial Hall was the day 205 seniors had waited for all year. Seniors processed in to music provided by the Gem City Brass. The welcoming speech was given by Angela Burgmeier, and the theme song "One Moment in Time," was sung by Anita Dudley accompanied by Charlie An on the piano. Bro. Habjan and Mr. Wallace, assisted by members of the NHS conferred the diplomas. Members of the class were awarded over one million dollars in scholarships. Special recognition was given to Jeff Bensman for his outstanding service to the school over the past four years. Mr. Wallace in his address to the graduates, recognized Fr. Denny Gatto who was also leaving C-J. Steve Hieatt's special brand of humor highlighted the farewell speech. The seniors' four years together came to an end with the singing of the Alma Mater. The night had been awaited for years, and then it seemed to be over before it had begun.

Top Right: Anita Dudley performed the class song. Lower Right: Lisa Confer, Lori Pedicord, and Amy Fecke gather in front before processing into Memorial Hall. Above: Sergio Genovesi receives his diploma after four years of hard work .


Top Left: Kevin McEldowney, Angie Dix, and Marcus Sampson anxiously wait to get that special piece of paper. Above: Brian Walling helps Kevin Mebane with last minute details. Lower Left: Garry Borgerding and Fereshte Khavari wait as the other graduates process to their places.


Below: Jonetta Lovelace marches down the aisle as family and friends watch. Right: Angela Burgmeier gives the welcoming speech after a prayer by Father Dennis Gatto.

Above: Steve Dabney, excited about graduation, waits with friends Brian Lawrence and Peter Stefan . Right: Mike Miller displays his emotions on receiving his diploma.


DIRECTOR'S AWARD This Award is given to students who have maintained a 90% average or better: (15 quarters) Jeffery Bensman (15 quarters) Michael Bolton ( 15 quarters) Chad Brack (11 quarters) Kelly Brubaker Jennifer Buehrle (15 quarters) ( 7 quarters) Angela Burgmeier Jacqueline Dudon (15 quarters) (15 quarters) Fereshte Khavari Sherry Kleismit (15 quarters) (15 quarters) Jenny Lu Jane Weckesser (15 quarters) (15 quarters) Travis Westendorf (15 quarters) Karen Woerner

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SPECIAL AWARDS Michael Bolton Semi-finalist National Merit Chad Brack Semi-finalist National Merit First in class Wandarose Chapman Certificate of Merit Jacqueline Dudon Certificate of Merit First in class Angela Faulkner Fuzzy Faust A ward Rebecca Foster National Merit Letter of Commendation Jennifer Ivory Kiwanis Club A ward Founders Award Ann Will A ward Marianist Leadership

Michael Kalt Bausch and Lomb Science Award Brian Lawrence John Mehall Award Monica Lewis Certificate of Merit Diane McCarthy Perfect Attendance 4 years Kevin Mebane National Merit Letter of Commendation Harold Strickland National Merit Letter of Commendation Julie Thomas Perfect Attendance 4 years Susan Turner National Merit Letter of Commendation Karen Woerner LaSermota Club Award

Each year students are rewarded for their hard work at the Awards CeremoClY. Top: Mike Coyle proud of his accomplishment receives his award from Mr. Wallace . Above: Christine Kolakowski accepts her awards for her hard work throughout the year.


Melissa Abner Aaron Alford Bethani Allen Jason Anderson Stefanie Badders Eric Baldwin Deanna Ballweg Michael Bardonaro Ayana Bass Dana Beal John Becker Brian Bensman Victoria Bernardin Cynthia Beuerlein Rachel Beyer Dawn Billings Wendy Birt Michael Bittner Bradley Boehmer Paul Boesch Kristin Borgerding Linn Bostick Ann Brich Tina Brockman Glenn Brown Erin Brytus Sarah Buehrle Brad Burris Cassandra Campbell Andrea Castellari Christopher Chattman Lennard Combs Marianne Cooper Jeremy Cordes Randy Cotterman

Above: Getting a little encouragement from wrestling coach , Jeff Turner, fresh man 路 Brandon Walker prepares himself for the upcoming match. Right: Are freshman really looking over their class assignments, or are they gossiping about what's in and who's out.


Monica Couser Jennifer Dalton Chandra Davis Aaron DeCamp Bonnie DeCarlo Kimberly Dehner Jason Doerflein JoAnn Doss Anthony Douglas Hans Drexler Jeffrey Duckro Jeffrey Dungan Kristin Emanuel William Ernst Mark Farrell Colleen Fike Patricia Finkenstadt Thomas Finkenstadt Rachel Finley Heather Fletcher Nicholas Folan Traci Fox Erin Gallagher Brian Gauthier Stephen Gebhart Stephen George Linda Gerard Brandon Gilliam Mary Gladura Michael Goldschmidt Shawn Gordley Jill Gorman Lynne Gregory Heidi Grismer Angela Haines


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Left: Freshman Jamal Williams flashes his everyday smile that makes everyone's day. Above: As everyone can see, freshmen Sarah Payne, Collee;n Fike and Jane Kauflin have become young Picassos.




I Below: Freshman Jason Miles and sophomore Nicole Hatcher use their talents of sculpting heads to create a wonderful piece of art. Right: Freshman Victoria Bernardin doesn't waste any time as she strives to do her best in her first year of high school.

Suzanne Hallum Matthew' Halton Je'Ree Hamlet Deneale Hand Christopher Harris Jason Harry Aimee Hartnagel Brent Hartshorn Mary Harvey Andru Heckman Jason Hill Laura Hobbs Patrick Hoffman Ryan Howard Tiffany Huggins Jessica Humble Dominic lannarino Kevin Ivory David Jackson Jennifer Jacobson Kregg Johnson Aaron Jones David Jones Ryan Jones Jane Kauflin Todd Kier John Kitele Stephanie Kleinman Cheryl Klohe Lisa Knopp Nicholas Kourt Kamarie Kovar Matthew Laufersweiler Christopher Lee Shai Aliya Littlejohn


Left: Freshmen Kimberly Dehner, Jeff Duckro, Rachel Finley, Glenn Brown, Monica Couser and Chris Chapman gather at their last class to show how they made it through the rough schedules of their first year. Below: Freshman Billy Teague uses his handy craftmanship to carve his masterpiece.

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Bryan Rauch Davion Redd William Reichert Edward Rembert David Richey Mark Ridenour Michelle Rigot Richard Roberts Meia Robinson Teresa Ruff Jennifer Salas Mark Schapker Carrie Schauer Scott Schneider Tonya Schroeder DuWayne Scott James Settich David Seubert Sanita Shackleford Jackie Shiflet Kelly Sichman Heather Sipe Amy Sloan John Smith Kimberly Smith Emily Snyder Jason Snyder Amy Sobieski Joy Spencer Benita Stefanics James Stevens Colin Sullivan Rian Sullivan Todd Sullivan Courtney Sumlin

Above: Mrs. Adcock wonders if freshman Jeff Duckro's pass to class is really valid . Right: Freshman Deneale Hand and her sophomore friend Donnie Mills have a little fun in the halls between their classes .


Left: 400 meter District finalist, freshman Wendy Birt, waits for her time at the Trotwood meet. Below: Laura Hobbs practices to prepare herself for the oncoming shotput competition .

Michael Sunday Deonda Talley Vincent Taylor William Teague Chris Tesarz Melanie Thade Marvin Thomas Elizabeth Thomerson David Turner Lisa Ulrich Allen Vannorsdall Gilbert Vargo Rebekah Walendzak Brandon Walker Dusty Wallace Robert Watson Daniel Wehner Joseph Wendling Benjamin Wenning William West Dan'elle Whorton

Jamal Williams RoShawn Winburn Barbara Wirrig

Not Pictured : Adrienne Byrd, Shatoya Coleman, Alejandro Garcia, Kamal Gregory, Kevin Landis, Amy Lane, Dand Morford, Alexander Ndiritu, Cara Nealon, Roscoe Peters, AAron Renick , Tara Stokes, Delmon Wheatley, Reuben Woods


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Top : Sophomore Chris Baker looks to his lab partner for assistance on one of their many lab experiments. Right: Sophomore Jane Kauflin waits anxiously to receive a serve from the opposing team to set up her team to score a point.


Julie Dirckx Theresa Drees Mark Duckro Christopher Duffley Jason Dull Brian Eaglin Paul Eby Laura Eversman Scott Falkowski Christopher Fields Todd Filbrun James Fischer Susan Fisher James Flanagan Timothy Flanagan Jason Frabotta Suzanne Gardner Joseph George Andrew Gitzinger Christy Golver Julie Goecke Letitia Golf Christina Good Allison Gough Benjamin Graham Carla Graham Cybele Grandjean Kimberly Gurley Albert Halburnt Kieno Hampton Bernadette Harawa Charles Hardy Brian Harris Nichole Hatcher Steven Hausfeld

Left: Sophomores Steven Wolfe, Le Marc Sibert and Aaron Thomas take a break from their work to add a little humor to the class. Top : Sophomore Karen Meyers and Freshman Matt Laufersweiler work well together in order to complete their assignment.



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Bottom: Sophomore La Dale Allen prepares to reflect on an important point in his English class. Right: Sophomore Brian Heinz makes a pitstop at his locker and socializes a little within the 3 minutes between classes.

April Hay Annejanette Heckman Brian Heinz Erin Hennessey Eric Henry Ronald Hill Tonya Hinders Mark Holton Daniel Hopson Lisa Hoschar Kendra Jackson Kenneth Jackson Wendy Jarvis Christopher Johnson Kristin Johnson Donna Kenny Nahseam Khavari Bryan Kim O'Sullivan Klain Anita Koesters Aaron Kohler Michael Kolakowski Brian Kramer . Amanda LeFever Patrick Liebert Gina Mack Stephen Mann Job Marcello Victor Marin Mary Marmolejo Sheila Martin Jennifer Mathile Myron McGuire Alberto Mendez Karen Meyers



Left: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it superman? Sophomore Bryan Kim looks up to check it out above, while sophomore Kevin Sullivan is only worried about getting his picture taken. Bottom.' Sophomore Leon Smith concentrates on getting his computer program to work .

Michelle Michel Donelle Mills Greg Mills David Montavon Theodore Moraites Heather Moran Jason Mudd Danita Nelson Gary Netherton Joseph Newlin Kristy Newman Nicole Nisonger George Noonan Carolyn O'Connor Matthew Palmer Todd Pedicord Gordon Perry Christopher Pflum Joseph Pickrel Denise Platfoot Karen Plummer Aaron Pollard Regina Powers Patrick Prikkel Alicia Randolph Geneva Reed Christopher Rehling Renee Reid Paul Risko Michael Royer Heat!) Ruff Jennifer Russell Mary Sacksteder Teresa Scarpelli Jennifer Schaefer



Daniel Schindler John Schlangen Eric Schroedel Maria Schulz Nichole Seibel LeMarc Sibert Shawn Sipos Anthony Smith Leon Smith John Sorrell LaDonna Steele Christopher Stouder Kevin Sullivan Janine Taylor Robin Taylor Aaron Thomas Andrew Thomas Laura Thomas Elizabeth Tompkins Michael Trammel Jennifer Trick David Trimmer Laura Tsocaris Lisa Van Dyke Jennifer Vogel Cristina Vuketich Angela Watkins Heather Wade Michael Walendzak Chris Webb Edward Webb Elizabeth Weng Eric Wills Christopher Wissman Nicholas Wittman

Top: Sophomore Joseph George smiles in the hallway because he can't wait to attend his next period. Little does he know that academic challenge that lies ahead is mind boggling! Right: Sophomore Donnie Mills takes time out from his friends to pose for a picture before he's late for his next class period .


Left: Sophomore Andy Gitzinger worries about whether or not he did his homework for the next period. Bottom: Sophomore Kendra Jackson reluctantly looks up for a picture before going back to her studies. Bottom Left: Freshman Rachel Beyuer and Sophomore Albert Halburnt check their answers with Mrs. Turner. Bottom Right: Sophomore Christy Bosticco eyes the camera while Amy Bettendorf gives the eye to Christy.


Steven Wolfe Andy Wourms Deanna Yantis Charlie Yawn Alissa Zeyen Heather Zobrist

Not Pictured: Matt Ballard, Bessie Cbions, James Charlton, John Drexler, Thomas Keller, Nicole Nisonger, Jennifer Pope, Kenan Riordan, Dione Rucker, Shawn Thurmon, Eric Vaghn.

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Above: Mr. Thomas' junior Honors English class smiles for the last time before beginning their paper on the French Revolution. Right: We catch Junior Nina Katovic, on foreign language week, heading off to her next period.


â&#x20AC;˘ Candice Etson Jennifer Evans Sean Falkowski Bridget Farrell Ann Marie Filo Timothy Finkenstadt Matthew Fisher Robert Fisher Tiffany Fletcher Matthew Flory Jeanne Froshauer Amy Fuchs Lisa Gallagher Julia George Christopher Gibbs Richard Grzymajlo Tasha Hall Marianne Hemmeter Nathan Henninger Masako Hida Theresa Hoffman Jeff Honious Karrie Jackson Darlene Jameson Anne Jansen Jeannie Jarrell Henderson Jones Jennifer Jones Tyrice Jones Alison Kasper Nina Katovic Jason Kauflin Erin Kelly Joel Kelly Shabnam Khavari

Left: Junior cheerleader Jamey Zobrist and player Robin Mobley pass time away on the sidelines before the muddy powder puff game. Above: On the e,dge of his seat, junior Jared King can 't wait to hear what the teacher will say next.


Below: Do juniors Gina Stough and Becky Meyers really look like they know what's being said on the Spanish tape? Right: "Hey mom, look at me!" says Junior Melissa Worley ,

Sheila Kilgallen Stephen Kim Jared King Jennifer Klosterman Sarah Koob Theodore Kopp Michael Labriola Jenifer Lair Juliana Lane Lorraine Lange Lawrence Lehmann Erica Littlejohn Amy Lorton Gregory Luehrs Vera Marsico Sean Mastin Tina Mathile Scott McCormick Simon McDermott -Johnson Sean McKown Kathleen McNally Peter Merz Allen Metzgar Rebecca Meyers Robin Mobley Matt Morrison Dorothy Mueller Ryan Ness Michelle Newlin Jennifer Nolan Nicole Nooks Josie O'Neill Richard Ossege Jeffrey Pate Angela Pearson



Left: Junior Melanie Webb is caught in the act of trying to sneak out of class . Be/ow: Look closely. Is junior Shawn Thorndike really reading, or are his eyes shut?

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Nicole Perry Joseph Pesch Christopher Peter Paul Peterson Jeff Pickrel Matthew Pietrzak Cyndy Pizza Julie Platfoot Darren Pisek Steve Ponichtera Shannon Puckett Ellen Quatman Angela Rathweg Craig Richards Robert Richey Jim Rigot Melissa Rimer David Roderer Marisha Rolinski Heather Routzahn Elaine Sagasser Tony Satalia Amy Schapker Jennifer Scherbauer Teresa Scott Heather Seibert Sean Semler Michael Seubert Jeffrey Shrader Mike Silverman Tashannah Sims Jeannette Smith Jonas Smith James Snyder Sarah Snyder


Patti Staggs Jeffrey Standridge Kimberly Stevens Gina Stough Andrea Strunk Sara Sullivan Kenya Sumlin Matt Sweeney Lea Sykes Greta Szmaj Christine Teague Sarah Tharpe Sean Thorndike Daniel Traynor Julie Trzeciak Michael Turner Clemente Ullmer Daniel Unroe Doug Van Dyke Mike Vendely Michael Vogel Theodore Walter Amy Walters Melanie Webb Melissa Weber Bobbie Wehner Thaddeus Wells Beth Westgerdes Mollie Wheeler Ayanna Williams Tanzania Williams Thomas Wolfe Alice Wood Melissa Worley Michael Zapata Jamey Zobrist

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Right: Junior Elaine Sagasser speaks at the National Honor Society Mass 0\1 behalf of her fellow classmates.


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Underclass Scholars Kim. Bryan German 2 Foreign Language Certificate King. Jared General Composition Klohe. Cheryl 3 Dimensional Design German 1 Algebra 1 Foreign Language Certificate

Chatterji. Melanie Spanish 3/ Foreign Language Certificate

Klosterman. Jennifer Algebra 2/Trig .

Coleman. Kenneth General Biology

Kopp. Theodore Physical Science Fundamental Algebra 2

Combs. Lennard General English 9 Falkowski. Scott Woodworking Falkowski. Sean Religion 11 Honors Chemistry C P American Studies Farrell. Honors Honors Honors

Mark English 9 World Cultures Algebra 1/Geometry

Gitzinger. R. Andrew C P English 10 Honors Geometry/Algebra 2/ Trig.

Lehmann. L. Michael Chorus Lofty. Marianne Experiences in Math McKown. Sean Advanced Woodworking Mudd. Jason Physical Education 10 Rigot. Michelle Fashions in the 80's Rolinski. Marisha French 3 Foreign Language Certificate

Gladura. Mary Beth Religion 9

So gasser. Elaine German 3 Foreign Language Certificate

Good. Christina Business Organization

¡Schroeder. Tonya World History

Heckman. Annejanette Honors English 10 Spanish 2 Geometry Religion 10 Honors Biology Foreign Language Certificate

Seibel. Nichole Introduction to Business Sipe. Heather C P English 9 C P World Cultures


Henninger. Nathan Honors English 11

Smith. Kimberly French 1 Foreign Language Certificcite

Hida. Masako Consumer Math

Strunk. Andrea Popular Literature

Jackson. Kendra C P Biology

Sundy. Michael Latin 1

Kauflin. Jason Chemistry

Thomas. Andrew French 2 Foreign Language Certificate

Vogel. Michael Fundamental Geometry Vuketich. Christina General English 10 Wallace. Dusty Fundamental Algebra Watson. Robert Art" 1 Spanish 1 Foreign Language CertificatE Wehner. Bobbie I.O.E. 1



Arlene Adcock Sr. Ruth Ann Bange Paula Beach Mary Berger Barbara Boose

Bro. Edward Brink James Brooks Edmund Cichanowicz Linda Colas Karen Connair

Marilyn Craig Sr. Kimberly Dalgarn James Davis Timothy. Dillon Marcia Edwards

Left: In action, football coach John Zaidain demonstrates for his players exactly how to run the plays. Above: Are Ginny Holmes and Marilyn Kramer doing something that they are not suppose to do? The school runs smoothly because of the expertise of the office staff.




Rachel Ellis Laura Eloe Patricia Erbaugh Quentin Gaddis Rev. Dennis Gatto

Sr. Damienne Grismer Bro. William Grundish Bro. John Habjan Mary Hardgrove Marguerite Heinz

Cl'larlie Hollis Thomas Hollo Virginia Holmes Leslie lannarino Linda Karns

Kevin Kavanaugh Cheryl Kayser Dianne Koehler Marilyn Kramer Shirley Kuchta

Above: Ann Meyers happily draws for the staff's monthly dinner at 4 River Place. Left: Sr. Kim reads a required reflection paper from one of her religion classes.


Below: Ms. Tracy, Mrs. Berger and Mrs. Regan attend the Senior Dinner Dance and help celebrate an unforgettable evening. Right: Counselor Charlene Wheeler spends a good part of the day telephoning parents and talking with college advisors.

Catherine McCrabb John McDermott William Messerly Rosemarie Meyer Ann Meyers

Betty Naughton Matthew O'Neill Ruth Pikell Edward Regan Marguerite Regan

Antonio Ricciuto Janet Riner Ronald Russo Earl Scott Jennifer Simpson

Hallie Simpson Joseph Staley Dennis Thomas Catherine Tracy Kathleen Turner


Left: "You've got to learn your ions people, Bro. Ed says, I can't stress that enough." Below: Bro. Grundish helps out at the Father Daughter dance where he meets up with a former classmate.

Diana Wagner Theodore Wallace Denise Warnecke Marcia Wayman Marjorie Weaver

Sr. Bernice Weilbacher Charles Weimert Donald Weimert Jean West Charlene Wheeler

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... From Boy To Man In Four Short Years! Now Reach For The Stars! With Love And Support, Mom, Dad, Khristina ANEAQlE

COllgratulatio1ls Seniors! elta.ftUtacte -9u{iemfe -:i'l9tt Sdtt1l1t ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

To each member of the Class of 1989 ...

Prayers and Best Wishes PATRONS Sara Koors Bro. Grundish Sharon Smith Owens - We Love You And You 'll Always Be Our Baby. - Mom & Dad Jenny Faulkner Dennis Smith

from each Brother of the

Chanlinade Marianist COnllllunity Ed Brink Jim Brown Paul Coco Dave Conrad Jim Contadino Jim Fitz Denny Gatto Bill Grundish John Habjan

Ross Maguire Jack McGrath Mike Nartker Al Reis Bob Resing Tom Wendorf Bob Wiethorn { Ed Zamierowski Brian Zampier

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President - Frank Ambrose Vice-President - Steve Hieatt Social Committee Chairperson - John Barry Spirit Committee Chairperson - Kym Harvey Treasurer - Joel Kelly Secretary - Charles An Senior Class President - Jeff Bensman Junior Class President - Bridget Farrell Sophomore Class President - Beth Tompkins Freshman Class President - Colleen Fike

Compliments Of The 1988-89 Student Council.

'89 Finito This year our photographers have taken thousands of pictures, which made use of several batteries and many itchy trigger fingers. In these pictures, we captured the on the spot spirit of the student body. Paparazzi finishes out the '80's in style by using new ideas and designs to make this book unique. When looked at in the future years, the pictures will be able to speak a thousand words. The 1988-89 staff includes: Mike Kalt, Julie Jones, editors; Janet Perry, Monica Lewis, Jessica Smith, Jeff Bensman, Eric Schneider, Jamey Zobrist, Jennifer Ivory, Ellen Quatman, Mike Zapata, Stephanie Johnson, advisor, Mr. Thqmas.




Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1989  

Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1989 Dayton, Ohio

Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1989  

Chaminade Julienne High School Yearbook 1989 Dayton, Ohio