1978 Waynesville High School Yearbook

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NOT EVERY DAY; AND IN NOT EVERY WAY ... WE'RE HERE AND WE'RE HIGH ON WAYNESVILLE. WE HAVE UPS AND DOWNS WE GET TURNED AROUND. WE FEEL GOOD; WE FEEL BAD AND SOMETIMES WE'VE HAD L

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BUT IN SO MANY WAYS WE KNOW THAT THESE DAYS ARE THE BEST THAT WE MAY HAVE.

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WE TAKE IT IN STRIDE; WE SAY IT WITH PRIDE; WE'RE HERE AND WE'RE HIGH ON WAYNESVILLE.

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WE'RE HERE AND WE'RE HIGH 0 OUR FRIEND

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MORE THAN WALLS AND BOOKS, TEACHERS AND TESTS, OUR SCHOOL IS WHERE WE SHARE OUR LIVES WITH OTHER PEOPLE

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We're highly Individualistic


We can be highly individualistic; highly original or just be ourselves.

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High Wind, High Rise, High Rider, High Hat,

.. The li brar is your be ented.ainme

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High Reach, High Brow, High Times,

Highly Intense, Spirited; Highly Unique.


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HIGH ON MONDAYS?

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FACULTY, STAFF ADMINISTRATION

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Top, Middle, and Bottom. left to right MRS. JULIA FRASURE, the school nurse, attended St. Mary's School of ursing and Central University. She rece~ved her B.S. Health Education and is an RN. Her hometown is in Huntington, West Virginia. She has been working at Waynesville for four years. She enjoys sewing, cooking, and traveling. MR DAVID CESSNA, high school counselor, attended Ohio State where he received his M.ED. Mr. Cessna 's hometown is in Cadiz, Ohio. He has been at Waynesville for 13 years. He coaches Reserve basketball and advises the student Council. His hobbies include reading and crossword puzzles. MR. PAUL BROWER attended Cedarville College, and the University of Dayton where he received his BA and MA. His hometown is Kalkaska, Michigan. Mr. Brower has been teaching at WHS for 13 years. Outside of school he enjoys tennis and photography. MR. DAVE BARTON attended Ohio State University where he received his BA and BS degrees, he also received his MA at Wright State. He is originally from Waynesville and has taught at Waynesville for 8 years. He is the Tennis Coach His hobbies include tennis and OSU-Michigan football results. Mr. Donald L. Tharr is a teacher-farmer from Waynesville, Ohio. After undergrad work at Ohio U., where he got his BS, he did a Master's at Wright State. Mr. Tharr has taught at Waynesville four years. He is presently teaching Biology I, Chemistry, and Physics. MRS. JULIA TOW SE D was born in Arcanum, Ohio. She attended both the University of Dayton and Otterbein College where she received her B.A. degree. She has been teaching at Waynesville for 13 years. Mrs. Townsend sponsors the school paper. Her hobbies include reading and creative writing. MR. DE IS L1 G. a "Sport Crazy," Stereo Fanatic, ha1ls from Melborne, Kentucky. He received his Bachelor of MuSIC Education at Eastern Kentucky University and Master's Degree in Secondary School Administration at Miami University. He has been teaching at Waynesville for 4 years. His activities include Marching Band, Majorettes, Flag Squad, Concert Band, Stage Band, and Pep Band. MISS FRANCES E. ANDERLE enjoys "reading and sleeping". She is a native of Waynesville. She has been teaching at Waynesville for 24 years. Miss Anderle attended the University of Wisconsin and the University of Dayton, where she received her B.A. Mtss Anderle teaches typing and government.

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MR. DORSIE BE TON's hometown is in Cannel City, Kentucky. He attended Moorehead State University and University of Kentucky where he received hts B.A. and M.A. degrees. He has been


ing. MRS. YUTONIA WATSON, from Middletown, Oh1o, attended Oh10 Umversity where she received her B.S. in Home Economics Education. She has been teaching at Waynesville for 9 years. She has been teaching Advanced Foods, Gourmet Cooking, Home Ec. 3 and 4, Family Living and Consumer Economics. She is an F.H.A. Advisor. Her hobbies mclude sewmg and decorating her home. MRS. Ll DA CLARK, our librarian, enjoys greenhouse gardenmg, tennis, sewmg, needlepoint, bargello and reading She was born in Lynchburg, Oh10 and attended Moorehead College where she received her B.S . in Elementary EducatiOn and Library Sc1ence. She has been teaching at Waynesville for 10 years Mrs. Clark sponsors the ational Honor Society. MR. ROBERT KE EDY was born in Aurora, Indiana. He attended Hanover College where he received his MS degree. He has been teachmg at Waynesville for 3 years. Mr Kennedy teaches Health and Science. H1s acllvities with the school are football and baseball. His hobbies include reading and watching TV. MR. PHILLIP WEBB teaches Psychology, Sociology, Mythology, Fantasy Literature, and Science Fiction, Civics, and English I. He has been teaching at Waynesville for 5 years. He was born in Somerset, Kentucky and from the age of 5, lived in Mason, Ohio. he attended the University of Cincinnati, where he received his BS in Ed. degree. Mr Webb's interests include Mus1c and Literature.

teaching at Waynesville for 25 years and is presently teaching World History and American History. His hobbies include wood working an!-1 read-

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Clockwise from the upper left: MR. ORMA R. A YER, JR., received a BA at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. He is nicknamed "Stormm' Norman." His hometown is Tipp City, Ohio. He has been teaching at Waynesville for 1 year. His activities include assistant football coach and head track coach; he sponsors the wrestling club. His hobbies include fishing and all competitive sports. MRS. BETTY KING is originally from Olive Hill, Ky. She attended Morehead State U. and the U. of Kentucky. She received both her A8 and MA degrees. Mrs. King has been at Waynesville for 12 years and currently teaches English. MRS. JE NIFER T . BUCKLEY is from Wilmington, Ohio. She attended Miami U. where she received her BFA degree. She has been teaching at Waynesville for 4 years. She sponsors the Art Club. Her hobbies include flying, camping, and biking.


MRS. SARA L. CONLEY is one of the FHA advisors. She has been at WHS for 7 years and received herBS at Morehead State U. Her area of concentration is Vocational Home Economics. Her hometown is Paintsville, Ky. She enjoys reading, sewing, and volleyball. MR. RODNEY L. GRADEL calls his hometown Cincinnati. He attended Capital U and received his BS in Music Ed. and BA in speech. He has been teaching at WHS for 5 years and is presently teaching Chorus, Drama, Adv. Drama, Speech, and Jr. High Music. His activities include Sr. High Chorus, Girls Chorus, Debate Team, Drama plays, Musical, Jr. High Chorus, Madrigal, and Triple Trio. Mr. Gradel enjoys acting in Theatre, swimming, and Church Choir. MRS. JOH NIE POLLY attended Lincoln Memorial U. and Eastern Kentucky U. where she received her BS and MA. Her hometown is Tazewell, Tenn. Outs1de of school work she enjoys pamtmg. Mrs. Polly teaches Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Advanced Mathematics. She has been teaching at WHS for 21 years. MR. VERNON POLLY has taught at WHS for 21 yrs. He attended Lincoln Memonal U (BS), Eastern Kentucky U. (MA), Wright State, U of Dayton, and U. of Virgima. His hometown is Whitesburg, Ky. He enJoys fishing, taxidermy, and making fishing lures. He teaches Biology and Physiology.

MR. TERRY D. DILLON originates from Springboro. He attended Otterbein (BA), and U. of Strasbourg. France; did graduate work at the U. of Minnesota, and U.D. (MS). He has been teaching at WHS for 3 years. He is the advisor of the yearbook and French Club. He enjoys jogging, primitive camping, traveling, and cooking. MRS. JUDY FI KE has been teaching for 4 years at WHS. She is involved in Volleyball, intramurals, and softball. Her hometown is Portsmouth, Ohio. She attended Ohio U. and Miami U. where she received her BS m education. Outside of school activities, she enjoys motorcycling, bicycling, and skiing. MR. JACOB F. COLLINS was born in Duluth, Minnesota. He enjoys church-related activities and gardening. His activities with the school include Individual Assistance Classroom. He attended Cascade College, Portland, Oregon, where he received a BA and Eastern Montana College, Billings, Montana, where he recieved an MA. He has been teaching at Waynesville for 2 years.

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Left to right: MISS DIA E CRABTREE hails from Waynesville. She has been teaching hen• for 2 years. Her subjects include typing, office practice and general business. She is the adv1sor for the drill team and coaches girls basketball. She enjoys icc and roller skating, snow and water skiing, fishing, and all sports. MR. JAMES PHILPOT attended Eastern Kentucky Univers1ty where he received his B.S. degree. His hometown is Evarts, Kentucky . Mr. Philpot coaches both Jr. High Football and 8th grade basketball. He enjoys doing things with his two sons after school. Page 23, clockwise. MRS. CASSIDY IS originally from Waynesville. She has attended Wilmington College and Wright State, from those she received her Bachelor of Arts. Mrs. Cassidy has been with Waynesville for 9 years. She sponsors Junior High PublicatiOns. In her spare time she enjoys needlework, and gardening. MRS. BROWER'S hometown is Xenia, Ohio. She attended Cedarville and Wright State. She received her B.A. Mrs. Brower has been with Waynesville for 4 years. Outside of school she enjoys tennis. MR. HAMPTO is from Springboro, Ohio. He attended Cumberland College and received his B.S. degree. He has been with Waynesville for 2 years. He sponsors football and basketball. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, football and basketball. MRS. DOER! G is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended Edgecliff, C.U.A., and Xavier University. From those she received her A.B., M.A., M.ED. Mrs. Doering has been with Waynesville for 6 years. She enJoys gardening and reading. MISS OLIVER is from Maineville, Ohio. She attended Miami University and received her Bachelor degree. She has been with Waynesville for 4 years. Miss Oliver teaches Science, Health, Reading, and Spelling. Outside of school she enjoys swimming and dancmg.

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Clockwise from the upp1•r ll'ft: MR. JAMES CO WAY calls his homP· town Ary. Kentucky. HP attemkd Lees Jr. CollcgP, where he got a BA, and Mtamt U. where he got an MA. Mr. Conway has b!'Pn teaching .tt Wayn!•svill!• for 21 Y!'dfs. HP coaches Girls Basketball and enJoys camptng and carpentry. MR. ALFRED OSBOR attended Wilmington, OSU wh1•re he rec!'ivcd his MSMSC. He has been teaching at Waynesvill!• for 12 years. His hometown is Wilmington. Ohio. He enjoys outdoor sports and dogs. H1• teach!'s Life-Earth Science, Jr. High. MR DARRELL WATSO is from Williamsburg, Kentucky. He attendpd Cumb!'rland College, Eastern Ky. State U, and Wnght Stat<' U. He n•ceived a Masters of Elementary Education. H1• teaches Math, Reading. and Spelltng. He has b!'cn teaching at Waynesville for 13 years. He is the Jr. High track coach. He enjoys boating and fishing.

MR. JERRY HE SO originate!> from Portsmith, Ohio. He attended Lincoln Memorial, where he received his BA m SociOlogy and Psychology. Mr. Henson has been with Waynesville for 10 years. He is now teaching Physical Education and Health. Outside of school, he enjoys all sports activities. Mr. Henson coaches Jr. High Football and Basketball Intramurals. MR. BILLY VA DERPOOL is from Hindman, Kentucky. He attended Morehead State University, where he received his AB and MA. He has been teachmg at Waynesville for 22 years. He is a member of WEA. Mr. Vanderpool likes to bass ftsh, travel, and take care of his garden.

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MR. LONZO GIBBS is from Corbm. Kcm tu<.ky. H P a tte nded BPn~a Coll egP a nd M it~ m i U. li P recPived a BA (Ma th). M.ED. (Sec adm.). H e has bcm teach ing a t Wa ynesvill e fo r 15 years. lin tea ches Jr. H igh Ma th . His hobbi es include Hunting. Fis hing, and Gard en ing.

MISS CLARA WALDROUP is from Williamsburg. Ky. She received herBS at Cumberland, Miami She has been teaching at Waynesville for 17'h years. Miss Waldroup teaches Reading, Social Studies and is invoh.ed m Oplta Kappa Gamma. Outs1de of school, she enjoys reading, traveling, her plants, and church work. MRS A TO! ETTE REED is the library aide for the Jr. High. She has been an aide to Waynesville for 8 years. Her hometown is Waynesville. She enjoys sewing, reading, boating, and water skiing. MRS. MARY ELLE LACY is from Wt~:ynesville She attended Wilmington Colleg<' and received an BS + 1 degree. She has been teaching at Waynesville for 20 years. She 1s interested in Prof. Business Women 's and Delta Kappa Gamma . Her hobbies include knitting, reading, and traveling. MRS. SHIRLY AMES teaches 7th grade Science and Art. ShP is the Girls Jr. High Track Coach. She has been with Waynesville' for 14 years. H<•r mterPst are sewing, and boatmg. Her hometown is Clarksville. She attended Miami U. wher<• she rec(•ived her BS in Ed. MRS. WILMA WATSO received a BS at Cumberland College. Her activities include Cheerleaders She presently teaches Elempntary-Jr. High P.E. and Health. ShP has lwen teaching atWaynesville for 15 years. Her hometo\',n IS Harlan. Ky H<•r favorite interest is the "Kentucky Wildcats".

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Learning

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Top, left to right: Mr. Paul Schwamberger, Superintendent of Schools; Mr. Charles Williams, High School Principal; Mrs. Mildred Sheehan, High School Secretary; Mrs. Carole Hatton, Jr. High Secretary, through Oct. Middle, left to right: Mrs. Betty Rickey, Clerk of the Board of Education; Mrs. Carolyn Smallwood, Sec'y. to Mr. Schwamberger; Mr. Craig Francisco, Jr. High Principal; Mrs. Dorothy Patton, Jr. High Secretary. Bottom, left to right: Board of Education: Mr. Warren Sheehan, V. Pres., Mr. Paul Michener, Mr. Mitchell Smith, Mr. Fred Hubbell, Mr. Robert Campbell, President; Mr. Byron Ames, Elementary Principal; Mrs. Judy Kier, Elementary Sec'y.


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Staff R1ght: I to r. High chool, and Jr. High Cooks: Mabel Styles, Karen Bailey, Arlene Robbins, Pat johnson. )eannir Shepherd, Margan•! Hopkins, M.1rtha Hatton. ancy Mellott. Wilm.1 O'Bamon, Erlice Powell, Bessy Hale. Below: Cafeteria clerks, janet Carter, Ruth Borne. Frances Connprs. Bclo\v right Bus Dn\crs. I. to r.: Mary Kinsel. Vera MontonPy, Barry Hartsock, Howard Walker, Dallas Keith, Mary Andrews, Florence Graham, Mary Ann Shoup, james Douglas. Mechanic. ThP cooks, bus drivPrs, clerks and cleanmg staff have a -very difficult job. Bus break-downs plagued the school th1s ypar. !he cooks managed to prepare nutritious meals that kids would eat and that's no easy task. The cleaning staff is in charge of building maintainance and repair. We are fortunate to have such good people working for the school They almost always keep their sense of humor in spite of dropped trays, water balloons, malfunctions, etc.

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Bob Campbell, head of maintatnance, Terry Gadd, Charles james. Below, Dick Campbell. ot pictured: jeff Campbell, George Kipplinger, A. Lamb.

Below: William Peters, Bob Stansbury.

Below: jamtor's view of the hallways.

Far right Rob Rtckey Rtght: Kids making another mess to be cleaned up.

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Classroom Activities We make, we do, we tryAnd sometimes we're high On classroom activities.

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SHARP LEADS GOLFERS

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Above: Team Members D. Shinkle, R. Rickey, M. Rye, B. Combs, Mr. Liffick, D. West, R. Sharp, T. Brooks. The 1977 Golf Team was short of their best year ever. Lack of actual golf playing experience and not much practice during the summer by the boys is what hurt the team. In winning four matches, the team placed third in the Kenton Trace League, two strokes behind the winner, Southeastern. New team member was Tony Brooks. Doug Shinkle was the Most Improved for the year with Robert Sharp being the most consistent.


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The 1977 Cross Country Team finished a strong second in the new Kenton Trace League meet held at Clinton Massie. The team was led this year by seniors Ken Seidl, Alan Scott, Mike Rush, and All-League representative and team MVP Jim " Ernie" Wendling. Jim placed 6th in the sectionals and qualified for the District. Big Spartan hopeful Chuck Irons competed in only two meets this year due to an injury suffered earlier in the season. Underclassman Bobby Campbell was a very strong finisher in every meet and is expected to carry the team next year.


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FOOTBALL SEASON HAS

R. 1: S. Osborne, B. Scott, C. Wilkerson, S. Lamblin, M. Albrecht, W . Dyer, D. Wahsum, R. Thompson, D. Robbins; R. 2: M. Spencer, K. Sharp, D. Bixby, G. Lynch, R. Madden, J. Howard, M. Joefreda, G. Raasch, L. Bagford; R. 3: T. Bagford, S. Stephens, S. Rains, R. Akers, S. Howard, V. Huffman, M. Dyer, D. Blair; R. 4: P. Merris, R. Benson, D. Johnson, D. Ramby, T. Osborne, D. Wahsum, B. Couch, G. Patterson; R. 5: D. Greer, T. Francisco, D. Rains, R. Ridinger, D. Rowland, M. Creekmore, George Winsted; R. 6: Coach Ayer, D. Matter, Coach Hampton, S. Wright, E. Haas, Coach Kennedy Left: Senior Team Members: C. Wilkerson, E. Huey, W . Dyer, S. Lamblin, R. Thompson, M. Albrecht, D. Wahsum


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Mr. Kennedy feels that the team gave a good account of itself even though the record doesn't show it. There were only three seniors playing by the end of the season. Kennedy thinks they got valuable experience through it all. Mr. Ayer agrees with Mr. Kennedy. Ayer says the "Spartans" will be getting more experience which will make for a winning season. On the other hand, Mr. Hampton feels nobody really seems to have the desire to win. Hampton says nobody knows what it is like to have a winning season and that shoots down the teams attitude. pg. 42-Upper left: Asst. Coach Norm Ayer, Coach Robert Kennedy, Asst. Coach Tony Hampton. pg. 43-Upper right: CoCaptains Steve Lamlin and Mike Albrecht. Right: Managers Ed Haas, De-De Matters, Sherry Wright. Left: "Now listen every one of you, the mighty Spartans are comin' through "


INJURIES, TEAM DISCORD

A fracas at the Country Day game, where the officiating was questionable, began a series of sour turns for the Spartans. Several team members were thrown off and several others quit in protest. Injuries affected a number of players, including, Mike Albrecht, Greg Patterson, Tim Francisco, and Larry Bagford. For awhile it seemed like " crutch city" at W.H.S. State ranked competition compounded the Spartans' problems. Upper left: The Offense Upper right: The Offensive Backs Middle left: The Defensive Backs Middle right: The Defense

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HURT SEASON; IT'S UPHILL ALL THE WAY

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Powder Puff Ends in Tie

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The annual powder puff game was held October 12, during spirit week. Unfortunately, there were no boy cheerleaders or drill team. The game started with Juniors-Sophomores kicking off to Seniors-Freshmen. Nobody knew what they were doing. Coaches were on the sidelines teaching a new string of offense some plays, and also trying to organize the defense. The game ended in a tie with no hard feelings on either side. After the game, everyone celebrated at Cassano's in Centerville. This year's Seniors have never been defeated in their four Powder Puff games.

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Greg Smith Is Crowned Mr. Ugly

Claudia Andres crowns and kisses Mr. Ugly of 1977 Greg Smith at halftime of the game.

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VOLLEYBALL'S VARSITY SAVES A FEW • • •

Above: Varsity Team Members. Row 1: Lori Rush; Row 2: Colleen Bromagen, Amy Buxton, Karen Wical; Row 3: Mrs. Finke, Terri Kidd, Melissa Wood, Darla Morgan. Below: Reserve Team Members. Left To Right: Mary Davis, Dana Spitznogle, Vicki Smith, Colleen Conley, janet McKalip, Sherri Anderson, Bonnie Alford, Dana Wilkerson, Lisa Elam.

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Reserves Have "Up" eason {143)

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ARENT'S NIGHT. • .NOV.11,197 Parent's Night recognizes the importance of our parent's help in school activities. How many times has supper been held up because of late practice? How many times has Dad driven us to and from school? Who pays for music lessons and encourages us? A mum and brief walk in the limelight seem a small reward. We're high on our parents and feel their pride in us!



Intramurals

R 1 L to R Matt Rye, Keith Sharp, George Winstead, R 2: Frank Robinson, Zcck Couch, Tony Brooks, Scott Isaacs.

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R 1. L to R: D. Spitznogle, M. Powell. R 2: S. Anderson, A. Thomas, M. Gilliam, M. Davis, B. Alfor.

The girls intramural volleyball allowed girls to participate in games after school. The tournament started out with 12 teams. After weeks of playing, 2 teams were in the finals. There were three games played in which the "Shooting Stars" (right) took the championship from the "Seven Dwarfs" left. The boys intramural basketball tournament was played on Saturday mornings. A large number of seniors picked their teams and gave them names. The final game was played before the school at an assembly. It was a long game but worth it for the "Columbians" coached by Frank Robinson. Jim Wendlings team, the "Ferry Boys", only lost by a few but were satisfied with 2nd place. Jim Wendling was voted M.V.P.

R 1. L toR: S. Petit, C. Lohse. R 2: C. Gross.

J. Durbin, S. Cherryholmes,

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Tourney Victories Salvage Long Season

Row 1 I. to r. M Rush, S. Lamblin, 0 Rathweg, R. Thompson, K. Colvin, Row 2 Scott Howard (Mgr.), Mr. Ltffick (Coach), D. Hurley, A. Barrett, R. Akers, M. Creekmore, R. Rye, T. Francisco (Mgr.)

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Bastcally, we had a small team and we had to play much larg(•r teams. Even though the odds were heavily against us, the team performed favorably. The team w.ts competiltve, which m.1d!' the game scores fairly close. The season started slowly but it ended with several victories including two tournament wins. Leading Scorers: 1st A. Barrett, 2nd S. Lamblin, 3rd K. Colvin, 4th R. Thompson, 5th M. Rush Leading Rebounds: lsi A Barrett , 2nd R. Thompson, 3rd S. Lamblin. Leadmg Assists. lsi K Colvin, 2nd M. Rush. Leading Steals 1st K Col\ in, 2nd M. Rush Don Rathweg play(•d his first y(•ar of basketball and had a key role in s vera] winning games. including th(• tournament.

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Reserves Show For The

First row Left to Right : Vincent Leyes, Donny Ramby, Duwayne Rains, Randy Ridenger, Rodney Akers, Brad Couch, back row: Tom Slattery, Mark Creekmore, David Johnson, Tim Osborne, Vernon Huffman, Coach-Mr. Cessna.

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Potential Future The reserve team was rather young; it consisted of 9 sophomores and 3 freshmen, with no juniors. The experience the team received will help to bring future wins to W.H.S.


Freshman Basketball

Back left to right-Doug Combs, Greg Patterson, Eric Messer, Steve Anderson, Rob Kronenberger, CoachMr. Henson, Richard Robbins, Randy Taylor, Craig Coffman, Wayne Couch, Todd Patton, Robert Campbell, Front-Managers-Rob Karmen, Danny Mercer, Mark Adams.


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Above, VARSITY-back row; coach Miss Crabtree, Colleen Bromagen, Jeni Durbin, Liz Atkins, Missy Wood, Cheri Fritts, Front row-Rhonda Purkey, Cheryl Lohse, Kelly Shelton, Amy Buxton. Below, RESERVE-back row; Kathy Randolph, Bonnie Alford, Janet McKalip, Sherri Price, Vicki Ray, coach Miss Crabtree. Front row; Lisa Elam, Sharon Petit, Tammy Meeks.

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The girls' basketball team had a very good year. They finished third in the league with a 5-4 record. The number one team only beat them by 2 pis. The second seeded team m the tournament slipped by them by only one point. Our only senior was Missy Wood. She broke her wrist at the first of the season but recuperated well enough to come back to play. jeni Durbin was awarded most improved player. Cheryl Lohse was outstanding defensive player and Kelly Shelton was outstanding offensive player. Kelly Shelton and Liz Atkins were voted all league, Kelly averaging 13 pis. a game and Liz averaging 10 points a game.

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Back row, I. to r.: Coach Finke, Colleen Bromagen, Lisa Elam, Sherry Anderson, Melissa Wood, Rhonda Purkey, Trish Garrett. Front row, I. to r.: Karen Wical, Lorri Rush, Bonnie Alford, Janet McKalip, Darla Morgan, Kim Purkey.

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The Waynesville Girls Softball team won the Middletown Sectional and the Southeast District Championship this year. Their overall record was 12-4. The team took second place in the newly-formed Kenton Trace League with Melissa Wood, Lisa Elam, and Colleen Bromagen as their all league players. 63


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Rain Dampens Season; Batavia

R 1 L to R: Coach Kennedy. Ken Colvin, Brad Couch, Duwayn<' Rains, Mik<' Rush, G!'rry Raasch, Dave Hurley R 2. Tim Francisco, Rob Rye, Mart:r Michener, Tim Osborne, Darr II Wahsum, Don Rathweg, Buster Heath, Paul Scherer. Student Teacher Coach Rick Webb

Scmors: L to R-Ken Colvin, Mike Rush, Buster Heath, Ed Huey Don Rathweg

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The baseball team was young this year and had several close losses. Over all, it performed well. Senior Mike Rush was awarded M.V.P. as the team's top hitter. Junior Marty Mitchner was awarded th1s year's most improved player.

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Netters Take 2nd in Tight Race R1ght . 1st row: Rob Karman, Tammy Jones, Don Ramby, Stephanie Clark, Sherry Roark, Jenny Fisher; 2nd row: Mr. Barton, Alan Scott , Mike Anderson, Anne Williams, Tim Bargo, David Johnson, Mark T1dwell, Rod Akers. The regular season record was 7-7 with 1 loss in the tournament against Alter High Sch. The team came in 2nd m the league because of a very close match with Clinton-Massie (3-2) . We pasted C-M m a rematch, 5-0 (non-league). Bargo and Bixby advanced to the 3rd round of the Sectionals. Tidwell & Ramby also got to the 3rd round. Bargo was voted MVP & Ramby most 1mproved. Scott was hampered by mono throughout the season.

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Girls' Track

Back row-Brenda Lohse, Brenda Smith, Alison Haxton, Tammie Prewitt, Becky Deters, Sharon Petitt, ola Bennett, coach Mr. Lohse. Front row- Vicki Smith, Amy Buxton, Julie Snoddy, Cheryl Lohse, Ann Wardlow, Jackie Fisher, Michelle Powell.

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At )pft: front row, left to right-Mike Spencer, Phillip Mcrris, Dan Greer. Craig Coffman, Jeff Howard, Robert Campbell, Rick Morley, 2nd rowTom Simpson, R1chard Benson, Matt Jofreda, Reed Madden, Chuck Irons, Mike Oyer, Richard Kronenberger.

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The toughest opponent of the 1978 track season was the weather. The days were often cold and windy with rain every other day. The squad was young and inexperienced w1th only one senior, Chuck Irons, who was a solid point producer in the distance races. The following are the best times, throws, or heights of each thinclad and his event. 120 high hurdles, Craig Coffman-19.7: 100 yard dash, Jeff Howard-10.6; mile run, Chuck Irons-5:01.2; 880 relay team, J. Howard, M. Spencer, V. Huffman, R. Morley-1:41.4; 440 yard dash, Vernon Huffman-56.2; and Dan Greer-57.8; 300 meter lows, Jeff Howard40.8; 880 yard run, Rick Morley-2:08.3; 220 yard dash, Mike Spencer-24.8; two mile run, Chuck Irons-10:31.4 and Robert Campbell-11:23.7, mile relay, V. Huffman, R. Morley, M. Dyer, D. Greer3:53.6; shotput, Reed Madden-42'6"; discus. Matt Jofreda-119'2", Richard Benson-113'7", and Tom Simpson-86'10"; pole vault, Phillip Merris-9'6" and Richard Kronenberger, 8'6"; high jump, Mike Dyer5'6"; long jump, Steve Osborne-15'7".


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The Junior-Semor Banquet and Prom was held Friday, May 19, 1978 at the U.D. Arena in Dayton. The Welcomp was g1ven by Jeff Howard with the Response from Ken Colvin. Karla Hansard gave the Invocation. Ken Colvm Claudia Andres read the Will & Testament (pic. at right). Tina Amburgy & Mike Albrecht read the Class Prophecy (middle pic. 1). Chuck Irons and Jerry Hockett read the Class History (m1ddle p1c. 2). Jeff Howard and Lisa Schmidt read the Senior Superlatives (middle pic. 3). The theme of the Prom was "Dreams", after the Fleetwood Mac song of the same name. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the 1978 Prom Queen, Miss Tina Amburgy, by Miss Jane Proudfoot, 1977 Queen. Keith Rice was Tina's escort for the evemng. Closs Motto The most important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are, for what we could become. Closs Song Dust m the Wind Closs Colors Orange and White Closs Flower Orange Rose

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Charlotte Kruer is crowned Sweetheart Dance Queen March 18, 1978

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r~ew Clubs Allow Wide Participation

Art Club Left to right front Craig Coffman, Jenny Rush, Robert Karman, Terri Stevens, Mtchelle Powell, Mrs Buckley. Left to rtght back Anne Williams, Pat Lander. Debbie Hall. This school year, an Art club was organized. The dub has ten m(•mbers with Pat Lander as president and Michelle Powell as SecretaryTreasurer. On Aprtl 24th, th(• club held its spring show in the high school library.

Coach Ayer Promotes New Wrestling Club

The Wrestling club did not compete interscholastically. but hopes to in the near future.

Wrestling Club

Left to right: R. 1. John White, George Winstead, Warren Dyer. Darrdl Woods, Rusty Kuriger. R 2. Kcvm Fultz. Scott Bost. Matt Joefreda, RP{'d M.1dden, Steve OsbornP, Richard Kronenberger. and Larry Bagford

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Row 1: L. Marriott, M. Anderson, C. Hansard. T Bargo, A. Ames, D. Ballard, G Irons, K. Seidl, Mrs. Clark. Row 2: K. Ramsey, S. Hough, D. Begley. ). Fisher, C. Sheehan, C. Kruer, T Francisco. Row 3: ). Kier, N. Carter, K. Cox, D. Wahsum, K. Purkey, C. Bromagen, T. Prew1tt, S. Cherryholmes, C. Conley, C. Karman. Row 4: M. Seidl, ). Vanderpool, M Vint, D. Morgan, H. Gorsuch, M. Whipp, M. Kennedy, G. Polly, D. Hall. Row 5: C. Campbell, C. Andres, K. Colvin, R. Rye, A. Scott, L. Bagford, D. Bixby. Right: Mrs. Clark-Advisor, C. Campbell-V.P., C. Kruer-Sec., C. Hansard-Treas., M. Anderson-Pres. This year the N.H.S. inducted 23 new members. Each member must have a 3 point average and show examples of service, leadership and character. This year the club's main project is to build a courtyard between the two wings of the high school building. They have sponsored a Korean child for the past 3 years. N.H.S. awards a scholarship to one of the senior members every year. The .H.S. attended the play "The King and I" at La Comedia Dinner Theatre.

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Stuaent Council

Tawn Benson. Claudia Andres, Jeni Vmson, Terri Francisco. Colle n Bromagen, Beth Jones, Robb Karman, Mr. Cpssna. Mike AlbrPcht, Charlotte Kruer, Anne Jopfreda, Alison Haxton. Dotty Blakely. Oervvm Hansard. Robert "ronenberger

Left: Semors m Student Council Above: Officers-Mike AlbrechtVice-President. Charlottp Krucr-Secrctary. Claudia Andres-President, Terri Francisco-Treasurer


Above: Spartacus Staff-Rich Kronenberger, Debbie Matl!•r, Kim Madison. Ron Kronenberger, Susan Fritts, Steve Lamblin, Mrs. Townsend-Advisor. Ch!'ryl Waltz, Terri Arnold, Jeni Vinson, Tom Foley Left: Tom Foley. Editor Belov\ : Scopmg headlines under Mrs. Townsend's direction. The Spartacus Staff produces the school paper several times each year, including a speCial Semor Edition in May. All the work. from reporting and typing to mimeographing is done as supplemental work in the first period Journalism and Mas Media Classes. Ads are sold for the senior edition and it is offset-printed with photos.


Yearbook Stiifl Top, I. to r Core group: Shara Cherryholmes, editor; Maria Vint, copy ed., Debra Hall & Kelli Coy. Pic. 2, Larry Keller, Photographer. Pic. 3, Debbie Reed, Faculty layout. Middle, I. to r. Seniors: M1ssy Wood; jerry Hockett (Senior lay-out); Charlotte Campbell, Busmess manager; Alan Scott, rub-ons, ads; Mike Rush, Art. Pic. 2, Mr. Dillon, Photographer. Pic. 3, Mike Anderson, Photographer. Pic. 4, At the Yearbook seminar in Covington, Kentucky. Bottom: I. to r., Yearbook sales last fall. Pic. 2, Lisa Elam, lay-out. Pic. 3 and 4, the Herff-jones Yearbook Plant in Montgomery, Ala. Darla Morgan, Liz Huffman, Hope Gorsuch, and Kim Purkey were members of the Ycarbook Class for the first half of the year. Scott Borgerding and Pat Lander also helped out. Mr. Brower helped with the Tennis photos and we thank h1m heartily!


The Merris Triplets: Philip, Philly, & Philipp •, Yearbook Staff Gophers! The making of a yearbook is a long and continuing task. From getting ads to photography to lay-out and cropping and finally to meeting deadlines .. . is a long trail. It is appropriate to thank several people who helped us complete this book: Pat Lucas and John Jones of Herff-Jones; Mr. Ferguson, Mrs. Florence Osborne and Mr. Rob Osborne of Osborne Studios; Mr. Williams for helptng us with the Yearbook Class and for general support; Shara Cherryholmes, Maria Vint, Debbie Hall, Charlotte Campbell, Mike Rush, Debbie Reed, Lisa Elam, Missy Wood, Phil Merris, Mike Anderson, Larry Keller, Jerry Hockett, Alan Scott & Kelh Coy for the varying contributions they made to the yearbook. We started out the year quickly and decided on our theme. Then came the run-around of ad getting. Finally, as the pictures poured tn, we started laying the book out. At the end of the school year, we were down to the faithful four: Shara, Maria, Debbie Hall, & Mr. Dillon. They carried the ball till the end.

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CHEERlEADERS: VARSITY

Bottom to Top: Sherry Roark, Liz Huffman, Tina Amburgy. Tammie Prewitt, Jeni Vinson, Julie Snoddy.

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The Varsity cheerleaders attended camp this summrr. They won four superior ribbons, one excell<•nt and also one super star squad award. They also brought home a sptrit sllc.k. The cheerleaders were chosen for one of 7 squads out of 57 to compete in the award of excellence Jeni Vinson was chosen for one of the contestants for Mtss Crescendo. Miss Sherry Rams was the advisor.


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Bottom to Top: Chris Sheehan, Anne )oefreda, Cary Karman, Vicki Finke, Kim Purkey, Ann Wardlow.


... FRESHMEN

Left, upper picture. Bottom to Top: Tammy Spencer, Mary Beth Rye, Trish Garrett, Pat Lander, Mary Gilliam, Brenda Smith, Becky Weeks.

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Majorettes

Row 1 Left to Right: Cary Karman, joni Brooks. Jill Lac:,.. Row 2 Claudia Andres, BPth jones. The maJorettes \\entto s!·veral away football gam!•s th1s year and also twirled at a Basketball game. Also, new outfits were purchased this year. Flag Corp MPmbers. Left to R•ght: Missy England. Rhonda Livingston, Cathy joefreda, joan Wendling. Annalisa Ames, Carla Taylor.

Flag CorPs

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Top row: Co-Captains; Hope Gorsuch, Rhonda Smith, Shelly Maloney, Karen O'Dell Front row: Advisor-Miss Diane Crabtree, Line-officers; Lori Marriott, Karen Brunton, Tammy Jones

The Drill Team started the year off with all new girls on the corps, with the exception of the seven officers. The first performance was at the Warren County fair with two shows and marching in the parade. In July, the officers went to Ashland, Ohio for a week of drill team camp. After many hard practices during the summer, the girls were ready for their football game performances, the Honey Bee Festival, and the Sauerkraut Festival parades. The girls also performed at several basketball games and competed in various invitationals placing in the Stebbins Invitational.

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Below right: left to right, first row-M1ke Powell, Katrma Hogan, L.onniC Laird, Bonnie Alford, K(•lh Coy, Becky Mellott, Donna Campbell, Ann Wardlow, Tammy Jones, Ernie Morgan, Anne Williams, Mr. Lmg. Second row-Missy England, Chns Colvin, Bnan McKinney, Pat Cass1dy, Michelle Powell. Sandy Gross, Glenda Cherryholmes, Mary Williams, Missy Wood, Mary Dav1s, Mark Adams, Analisa Ames. Third row-Rhonda Livingston, Ken Osborne, Judy Briggs, Bobbie Leyes, Shara Cherryholmes. David Dunkin, Dale Edwards, Steve Anderson, Dean Edwards, Carla Taylor. Fourth row-Cathy Joefreda, Doug Combs, Tom S1mpson. Paul Bernard, Bryan Hisle, Craig Campbell, Ron Briggs, Steve Boggs, Eric Hass, Kevin Foltz Fifth row-Brooks Horseman, Scott Gorsuch, Mike Anderson, Ernie Wendling, Robert Campbell, Greg Smith.

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This was the first y<'ar for a stage band at Waynesville. Though there were only 15 members, they played very well. These members have opmed the doors for future stage bands at Waynesville. 1st row-Greg Smith, Dale Edwards, Dean Edwards, Steve Anderson, 2nd row-Conme La1rd, Jeff Pittman, Lori Marriott, Tom impson, Doug Combs, Ron Briggs. 3rd row-Mr. Ling, Mike Powell, Katrina Hogan, Robert Campbell, Matt Ghering. ot pictured: Greg Patterson.



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R 1 L toR; T. Arnold, C. Waltz, L. Schmidt, M. Peters, S. Maloney, A. Wardlow, P. Koehler, J. Rush, S. Roark, R 2: C. joefreda, L. Huffman, S. Clark, C. Bromagen, 0. Spitznogle, C. Kruer, C. Campbell, C. Andres, Mr. Gradel, R 3; M. Davis, C. Conley, T. Francisco, A. Haxton, 0. Hall, C. Gross, M. Vint, C. Laird

Madrigal-R 1 L to R; T. Arnold, L. Schmidt, J. Rush, S. Roark, R 2; L. Huffman, T. Francisco, C. Kruer, C. Campbell, R 3; T. Francisco, R. Rickey, M. Albrecht, j. Vanderpool

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R 1 L toR; T. Arnold, D. Campbell, T. Spencer, J. McKalip, L. Schmidt, C. Joefreda, M. Gilliam, M. Vint, K. Hogan , J. Rush, M. Peters, C. Rinehart, B. Lohse, R 2; Mr. Gradel, Director, T. Lindsey, S. Maloney, L. Huffman, A. joefreda , C Waltz, R Purkey, P. Koehler, C. Kruer, C. Campbell, C. Andres, C. Bromagen, S. Counts, J. Ballard, L. jones, S. Clark, S . Atkins, R 3; M. Davis, C. Conley, T Garrett, M. Wood, A. Haxton, T. Amburgy, D. Hall, D. Spitznogle, C. Gross, S . Anderson, C . Laird, V. Finke, T . Franc1sco, A. Wardlow, H. Gorsuch, S. Roark, D. Morgan, R 4 ; P. Mrrris, T Francisco, D. Duncan, E. Hass, K. Fultz. E. Hass, M. Mitchner. J VandPrpool, M. Albrecht, R. Rickey, ). Howard, M. Kennedy

Left-L to R: R 1; T . Arnold, L. Schm1dt, L. Huffman, R 2; T. Francisco, C. Kruer, C. Campbell, R 3; S. Roark, M. Vint. RightL to R: ). Vanderpool, M. Albrecht, R. Rickey


Bromagen Takes County Debate Title

DEBATE

Above-L to R: Jeff Howard, Colleen Bromagen, Mr. Gradel (coach), Cheryl Waltz, Charlotte Kruer

Colleen Bromagen, winner of '78 Warren County Debate


CAST OF CHARACTERS In Order of Appearance Mmstrel

Mark Kennedy

Pantom1me Ballet

Anne Joefreda Cary Karman Rob Karman

Wizard

Greg Polly

Pnncess #12

L1sa Schm1dt

Lady Larken

Charlotte Campbell

Lady Rowena

Margaret Peters

Lady Mernll

Mana V1nt

Lady Lucille

Debb1e Hall

Queen Aggravain .

Charlotte Kruer

Pnnce Dauntless

M1ke Albrecht

Kmg Sext1mus The Silent . Jester

. jim Holzbauer Jeff Howard

S1r Harry

Roy Thompson

Kitchen Wench

Colleen Conley

Pnncess Wmmfred

Tern Franc1sco

S1r Studley

Matt Joefreda

Nightengale

Claud1a Andres

Accompamst

Mrs L K Gradel

Seniors Lead Brilliant Cast Sophs Provide Support and Pizzaz Mr. Gradel Again Works Miracles

ONCE UPON A MATTRESS

MAy 11 I 12 I 13 8:00P.M.

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This year's musical production of "Once Upon a Mattress" was like a fairy tale come to life. It was a colorful, but difficult show to put on. The bad weather kept the cast from many needed practices.

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Several parts changed hands. All new costumes and sets had to be made. But with a lot of determination and hard work, the cast, under the direction of Mr. Gradel, put on a fantastic show.

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CONCERT BAND

1st row-1 tor.¡ C. Laird, E. Hass, M. Anderson, D. Spitznogle, D. Edwards, B. Mellott, D. Campbell, E. Morgan, A. Williams, J. Rush , L. Marriott, S. Gross, P. Walton. 2nd row-A. Wardlow, K. Coy, B. Alford, L. Stapleton, S. Cherryholmes, M. Powell, M. Davis, S. Boggs, C. Colvin, D. Dunkin, P. Cassidy, M. Adams, K. Hogan, B. Leyes, M. Powell, M. Wood, M. Williams, G. Cherryholmes, S. Anderson, D. Edwards, J. Briggs, K. Osborne. 3rd row-Mr. Ling, J. Pittman, P. Bernard, B. Hisle, C. Campbell, T. Simpson, R. Madden, R. Briggs, M. Kennedy, D. Combs, M. Spenser, K. Foltz, G. Smith. 4th row-B. Horseman, S. Gorsuch, C. Joefreda, E. Wendling, C. Karman, R. Campbell, M. Ghering.

The Senior members of the band this year are as follows from left to right: Greg Smith, Ron Briggs, Mike Anderson, Missy Wood, and Ernie Wendling.

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The As Schools Match Wits Team. Above, Greg Polly, Ken Seidl, Larry Bagford and Claudia Andres; alternate Diane Begley.

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F. H.A. STYLE SHOW A SMASH

Above, front: I. to r.: Kim Hisle, Debbie Reed, Kim Cox, Donna Carter, Back; Mrs. Conley, Ltllian Carter, Vannessa Smtih, atalie Kidd, Becky Huffman, Sheila Shafer, Mrs. Watson. At right: Officers-Brenda Lohse-Rec.-Song Leader; Kim Hisle-Reporter; Kim Cox-V. Pres.; Debbie Reed-Pres.; Donna Carter-Historian; ot Pictured, Cheryl Lohse-Sec.-Treas.


OFFICE WORKERS At left, front: Rhonda Purkey, Debbie Campbell, Janet McKalip, Sharon Pettit, Tawn Benson, Back; Diane Wahsum, Margie Whipp, Jerry Hockett, Valerie Campbell, Claudia Andres.

Duties of the office girls include delivering messages, typing, sorting mail and other appropriate duties. Duties of the library workers include checking books in and out, typing, and helping students.

Below left to right: Mrs. Clark, Lori Rush, Kim Hisle, Cindy Gross, Carla Hansard, Valerie Campbell, Terri Francisco, Annalisa Ames.

LIBAARY WORKERS


Mock Wedding


Newlyweds Without A Honeymoon!

Family Living Class Holds Mock Wedding. The objectives of the Mock Wedding were to help students realize the costs involved and the arrangements necessary. Students got to feel the overall wedding experience which should help them be more at ease at their own weddings. Kim Madison was the bride & Marty Mitchener, the groom. Ron Briggs was the pastor. Mrs. Conley & Mrs. Watson supervised. Mrs. Watson's family living class then gave a reception.


Here And High On ...

CLASSES

Here Comes The Class of

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Mike Albrecht-Business Manager, Tina Amburgy-Business Manager.

Chuck Irons Treasurer, Jerry Hockett-Sccrctary. Ken Colv•n-Prcs1dent. Claudia Andres-Vice President


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Jeff Howard-Pres.; Lisa Schmidt-Sec.; Sherry Roark-Treas.; Margie Whipp-Bus. Man.; Robert Rye-V. Pres.; Not pictured Kim Madison-Bus. Man.

Terri Arnold Liz Atkins David Barber David Bixby

Steve Blevins Lonnie Blythe Scott Bolling Randy Bost

Karen Brunton Jeff Carter Gary Coffman Zeke Couch

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Slyvia Counts Kim Cox Becky Deters Marlena Driscoll

Larry Esselman Tom Foley Susan Fritts Pam Furnas

Hope Gorsuch Kathy Grice JoAnn Halton Wanda Hollandworth

Jeff Howard Brian Isaacs Robyn Isaacs Matt Joefreda

Jim Lester Greg Lynch Reed Madden Kim Madison

Shelly Maloney Lori Marriott Debbie Matter

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Marty Mitchener Cathy Montag Darla Morgan Rick Morley

Jim Newsome Dallas Osborne Steve Osborne Mike Powell

Kim Purkey Gerry Raasch Brenda Randolph Debbie Reed


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Rob Rickey Sherry Roark

Barry Robbins Danny Robbins

Matt Rye Robert Rye

Lisa Schmidt Bernie Schrenk

Sheila Shafer Keith Sharp

Kelly Shelton Newt Simpson

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Doug Shinkle Mike Spencer

Jeni Vinson Diane Wahsum

Cheryl Waltz Debbie Webb

Jim Wells Joan Wendling

Pam Werner Dennis West

Margie Whipp

Not Pictured: Bill Aycock, Larry Bagford, Alfred Barrett, Terri Bennett, Tony Brooks, Jody Cornett, Cathy Esselman. Bobb1e Gompf. Alex Hawkins, Brian Jones, Liz Jones, Robm Lamb. Don Lowe, Christy Montag, Robert Peyton, Carol Walter

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Class of '80 Rodney Akers Steve Ashmore Sherry Atkins

Brad Baker joyce Ballard Helen Banks

Beverly Barber ola Bennett R1chard Benson

Mark Bishop Tony Bishop Ed Bradley

Colleen Bromagen Christine Brown Arnie Buxton

Debbie Campbell Donna Campbell Donna Carter

Lillian Carter Shara Cherryholmes Stephanie Clark


Colleen Conley Kcllt Coy Mark Creekmore Jeremy Dakin Dawn Duncan Jenny Durbin

Mike Oyer Lisa Elam Patsy Elcook Robm Estep Tina Farley Jenny Fisher

Tim Fransisco Chert Fritts Barbara Frye Mike GrieP Ctndy Gross Debra Hall

Andy Hannah Ed Hass Alison Haxton Ktm Hisle Tonya Hobbs Scott Hoffman

Jim Holzhauer Brooks Horsemen Scott Howard Dale Hughes Becky Huffman Susan Huffman

Vernon Huffman David Hurley Sherry! Isaacs Anne Joefreda Cathy Joefreda David Johnson

Joe Jones Mike Jones Tammy Jones Cary Karmen Larry Keller Mark Kennedy

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atahe Kidd Tern Kidd Roger Kronenberger Anthony Lamb Eddy Lamb

Scott Lamb Tracy Lindsey Cheryl Lohse janet McKahp Eugene Malicote

Greg Miller Mike Morley Tim Osborne Charles Overbee jeff Patton Margaret Peters Greg Polly Tammie Prewitt Bill Price Rhonda Purkey ot Pictured: jtmmy Adkins, Davtd Bailey, Dale Hughes, Shayne Lamb, Vincent Leyes, Karen Pursley, Paul Scherer, john Scott, Paul Todd, Todd Woods.

Class officers: Left to right, Eddie Hass, Vtce Pres., Cathy joefreda, Sec., Alhson Haxton, Pres., Cary Karmen, Bus. Man., Shara Cherryholmes, Treas.

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Stev(' Rams Donny Ramby Vick1 Ray Randy Ridmgc•r Teresa Rigney Mike Robertson

Mark Seidl Chns11lne Sheehan Tom Slattery Chris Smead Vanessa Smith Vick1 Smith

julie Snoddy Jim Stapleton Steve Stephens Dav1d Stuart Billy Taylor jeff Timmons

jeff Vanderpool Maria Vint Lon Walker Karen Wical George Winsted Arlene Wright


Class of '81 Mark Adams Bill Agee Bonnie Alford Sht•rry Anderson Steve Anderson Terr~ Bagford Dean Blair

Dorothy Blakely Scott Borgerding Scott Bost "clly Boyce Greg Brannock )om Brooks Teresa Brown

Treva Brown Mike Bunnel Leigh Ann Bursey BobbJ Campbt'll Allen Carter Paul Carter Craig Coffman

Teresa Coffman Denise Colvin Doug Combs Da \ e Cornett Brad Couch Wayne Couch Mary Oa\'ls

Tawny Oils Dale Edwards Dean Edwards Melissa Edwards Tina Ferguson Vicki Finke jackie Fisher Ceyrrae Foust Melissa Fox Patricta Garrett Scott George Malt Ghearing Mary Gilliam Sherry Gooch

Dante! Greer Derwin Hansard Teresa Harrison Tracy Hawk Rtck Hillard Katrma Hogan Hollandsworth

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Class officers: Trish Garrett-V. Pres .. Dana Spitznogle-Pres .. Mary Davis--Treasurer. Pat Lander-Sec., Robert KarmanBus. Man.

Brad Howard Scott Isaacs Laura janctzke Robby Karman Rhonda Keegan Karen Knisley Pat Koehler

R. Kronenberger Connie Laird Pat Landers athan Lawless Rhonda Livingston Brenda Lohse Sheila McFarland

Dav1d Madron Danny Maynard Tammy Meeks jon Mellott Dan Mercer Phillip Mcrris ¡ Em: Messer

Ern1r Morgan Angie ix" Greg Patterson Todd Patton Gloria Penrod Sharon Pettit Trresa Phipps

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Mic h!'ll!' Powell Shern Price OuWaync Rains Robby Ro~mby

Kath} Randolph Ttm Reed jeannie Rice Randall Roark Rich Robbms David Rowland jenny Rush

Alan Russell Mary Beth Rye jeff Setdl Tom Simpson Darrpl Sizelove Brenda Smith Lohta Sparks

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Darrell Wahsum Paula Walton Ann Wardlow Jeff Watkins Becky Weeks Darrell Wilder Art Wiley

Anne Williams Dana Wilkerson Vicki Wood Gina Young

ot pictured: Gina Creech Tony Fox Jeff Hickey Gary Howard Rick Morgan Eric Ponder Roger Pressley

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Grades 6,7, and 8-a happy time, yet a hard time. Sports HIGHlight the year .... sock hops, assemblies, movies too; Mr. Vanderpool's fish stories are always a hit.

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CLASS OF '82 Greg Adams Mary Agee Cindy Allen Scott Arnold Sherry Arthur Steve Begley Joni Benson Paul Bernard Steve Boggs Mary Bolling Judith Briggs jeff Brown Craig Campbell Lisa Campbell Patrick Cassidy Jim Coffman Lisa Coffman Donna Chattin Chris Chenoweth Glenda Cherryholmes Mark Clark Chris Colvin Becky Cook Tony Davis David Deters David Dunkin K1m Eakins Bill Elam Missy England Louie Esselman Jamie Ferguson Jeff Florence Tom Firman Kevin Fultz M1ke Gadd Jeff George Rhonda Gibson Jeff Gillis Scot Gorsuch Sandy Gross Janet Halton Eric Hass Bryan Hisle Steve Hisle Rodney Isaacs Dan Johnson Jim Johnson Doris Jones Penny Jones Jenny jordan Robert Keegan Kirk Kennedy Kim Kidd Trac1 Kidd SonJa King Duane Knisley Michelle Kronenberger Rusty Kuriger jill Lacy Bobb1e Jo Leyes

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Harold Long Bryan Longacre Tammy Lynch Laura Madden Bill Madison Jeff Malicote Duffy McKalip Bryan McKinney Becky Mellott Tony Metcalf Jeff Miller Robert Neace Ken Osborne Brenda Page Vince Peak Lori Pelfrey Billie Peters Erich Raasch Dawn Rasnake Kevin Rathweg Mark Ratliff Marcus Rice Jaydene Richards Mike Richards Steve Roark Paul Robbms Robbie Rowland Janet Rush Darrell Sharp Pam Shearer Tracy Shelton Shane Shively Pam Shutts Karen Sizelove M1ke Smead Eileen Smith Lisa Smith Mike Spencer Lucmda Stapleton Carla Taylor Troy Timmons Tracy Waltz Jon White Frank Williams Mary Williams Darrell Woods Kelly Worthington Kevm Younker Not Pictured¡ Andy Banks Jr. Suzanna Berry Bruce Bolling Laura Bolser Bill Dodds Vic Elliott Pallas Hathaway Ron Lester Tevis Lewis Jeff ewsome Scott Ray Gary Rinehart Bob Young

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CLASS OF '83

Wendy Anderson Greg Armstrong Belinda Baker

Angie Bauer David Bauer Cherie Bayes

Tammy Bentley James Bishop Robin Blackburn

Greg Blackford Edgar Brown Penny Burnell

Jodi Buckland Mary Chattin Debbie Cook

Dean Creech Andy Engel Julian Farley

Crystal Fisher Lori Foust Mike Fox

Marjorie Frederick Aaron Frye John Ghearing

Phillip Gibson Montie Kay G1bson Mike Gilliam

Steve Gingerich Scott Graham James Grice

Not Pictured: Tom Karman, Melissa Marconet, Renee Meeks, Jeff Polley, Kim Pursley, Cheryl Rice, Don Rockhold, Kelly Jo Smith.

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Rodney Gruber Mike Hall Jeff Harrison


Faye Hatfield Paille Hayes Lisa Hazen Todd Hoffman Bruce Hogan Steve Hollandsworth Lisa Humphrey Joe Isaacs Janna Jones Jeff Keegan Jennifer Keller Scott Kennedy Angel King Scott Kleski Pam Koehler Melinda Kronenberger Rose Mary Kruer Eric Kuras Tim Laird Mike Lamb Pleaste Lamb Karen Lindsey Kenny Lowe Paula Lowe Lisa Marriott Gina Martin Cindy Meece Donnie Miller Lonnie Miller Jim Nix Eddie O'Dell Jerry Parish Charles Parks Cindy Patrick Troy Patton Doug Perdue Tim Peyton Kathy Phipps Kim Price Kurt Purkey Mike Ramby Kris Rathweg Mark Reed Cindy Reeves Donna Rigney Rodney Robbins Christy Rockhold Andre Roeder Donna Ruse Tom Sackett Wendy Schmidt Hubert Singer Patrick South Lori Stoneburner Kelli Stroop Julie Waddell Carl Walton Joe White Mike Wiley Eric Wilson Walker Winkler Mike Winsted Russell Winsted Carla Wright Ray Wright Lisa Younker

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Class of '84 jennifer Agee Ronme Alford Cindy Anderson Rodney Arthur Allen Begley Tammy B1ggs Tonya Biggs Laura Blythe Richard Bryant Cindy Buckland Allison Bickle Diana Bumgardner Rhonda Burnell Tom Carter Steve Casada Troy Casada Jim Christmare Ron Citarell Mike Coffman Jeff Coleman John Collins Allen Cook Lee Cornett Malanie Coy Jim Deters Scott Dunn Kathy Eakins Kelvin Elcook Doug Elliott David Evans jenni Finke Greg Flannery Patti Fritts jeanette Gibson Richard Gibson David Ginocchio Colleen Hatton Charles Hawk Cady Haxton Chris Henderson Mike Hess Roby Hockett Sheila Hollen L. Hollandsworth Bnan Howser Phillip Hubbell Eric jackson Troy Jackson Mark joefreda Amanda Johnson Teresa johnson Greg Jones Donna Keegan john Kidd Jodi King Bnan Knight Brian Koch Kenneth Kurtz Jenifer Lamb Jon Paul Lamb Pauline Lamb Scott Lander jeff Larch


Angela Lawson David Lewis Angela Liffick Kevin Maloney Jenny Martin Sherry Matter Rusty McGuire Melissa McKeever Jim Meece Carter Merris Carl Miller Tony Miller Tammy Miniard David Montag Marty Morgan Steve Morgan Beth Myers Jeff Osborne Casey Peak Tracy Peak Ronnie Pelfrey Danny Peters Karen Petit D. Ellen Plummer Angela Ramsey Linda Ramsey Holly Ratliff Bryan Ray Jeff Reed Deanna Rice Rodney Rice Lynn Riddle Cindy Rish Jeff Ross Mark Rush Tina Satterfield Angela Scott David Shafer Staci Shaffer David Sheehan D. Shellenbarger Leslie Shelton Lisa Shelton Becky Shimkle Debra Shuler Blake Smallwood Rhoschel Smith Carl Stiver Darla Taylor Vicki Vair Mark Wampler David Ward Alan Wardlow Carl Walton Michele Wiley Matt Wolfe Randy Wright Rhonda Wright


Jr. High Football

Left to nght. Row 1-jeff George, Rod Gruber, Mike Gilliam, Kurt Purkey, Tom Sackett, Mike Gadd, Ray Wright, Steve Ginger1ch, Bruce Hogan. Steve Roark, jeff Florence, jeff Keegan, )1m ix, Scott Graham Row 2-Coach Philpot, Scott Gorsuch, David Dunkm, Ken Osborne, jeff Miller, Russell Winsted, Don Rockhold, Lonnie Miller, Kirk Kennedy, Bryan McKinney, Robert Keegan, Julian Farley, David Deters, Erich Raasch, Ton~ Dav1s, Jimmy Johnson, Coach Henson Row 3-Darrell Woods, Bill Mad1son, Kevin Fultz, Doug Perdue, Bill Elam, Mark Ratliff, Mark Clark, Rusty Kuriger, Chris Chenoweth, Chuck Parks

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Below: Front-Lori Stoneburner, Left-Mindy Kronenberger, Right-Rose Mary Kruer, Middle-Wendy Schmidt, Top-Debbie Cook, Right. Bottom Left to Right-Tracy Waltz, Mary Bolling, Middle Left to Right-Tracy Shelton, Ktm Eakins, Top-Shelly Kronenberger

8th grade above; 7th grade left

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The Jr. Hi girls basketball team, the first at Waynesville, had a very successful season. They had an 8 and 3 record and topped it off with a win over Northridge for the championship of thP Greenview Jr. Hi. Invitational Tournament. The girls were not only good players, but very good ambassadors of our school while away from home.

R 1 L to R: W. Anderson, J. Jones, T Bentley, L. Hazen, J. Rush, B. Leyes, R 2: 0. Chattin, L. Madden, T. Lynch, M. Chattin. C. Allen. P. Scherer, R 3: M. Williams, C. Taylor


8th Grade Basketball

Front row-Brian McKinney, Cra1g Campbell, Jeff Florence, Eric Raasch, Coach Mr. Philpot. Second row-Chris Colvin, David Deters, David Duncan, Chris Chenoweth, Bill Elam. Third row-Jim Johnson, Scott Gorsuch, Ken Osborne, Billy Madison, Marcus Rice.

Jr. High Track Teams

Front row-Lisa Campbell, Karen Lindsey, Janet Rush, Shelly Kronenberger, Mary Bolling, Laura Madden, Tracey Waltz, Debbie Cook, Penny Jones. Second row-Becky Cook, Patti Hayes, Kim Eakins, Pam Koehler, Lindy Kronenberger, Tracey Shelton, Kelly Worthmgton, Kris Rathweg, Wendy Schmidt, Coach Mrs. Ames. Third row-Bobbie Jo Leyes, Kathy Booher, Joni Benson, Lori Stoneburner, Cindy Allen, K1m Kidd, Wendy Anderson.

Front row-Craig Campbell, Kurt Purkey, Donnie Miller, Steve Roark, Steve Kennedy, Donny Rockhold. Second row-Tim Payton, Brian McKinney, Jeff George, Kenny Lowe, David Duncan, Rusty Kuriger, Tom Sackett. Third row-Rodney Robbins, Scott Gorsuch, Ken Osborne, Eric Hass, Paul Bernard, Russell Winsted, Chris Chenoweth, Bruce Bolling, Lonnie Miller, Mark Ratliff, Phillip Gibson, Kevin Foltz, Mr. Watson (Coach).


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Sports Records Little Miami Springboro Country Day Greenview Cedarville Clinton Massie Southeastern East Clinton Twin Valley So. Batavia

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Freshmen Basketball

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Springboro Centerville East Clinton Southeastern Cedarville Springboro Springboro Carlisle Southeastern Country Day Madison Blanchester

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27-32 47-84 73-89 52-55 48-57 54-69 72-81 64-61 56-52 78-70 56-66 52-57 59-74 62-67 58-66 44-60 59-55 67-61 62-58 51-66 60-58 68-70

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Cross-Country Second Place in the Kenton Trace League.

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Jr. Hi. Girl's Basketball

7th Grade Basketball

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Dayton Christian 27-22 Little Miami 34-27 Lebanon 27-29 Franklin 31-17 Kings 30-19 Springboro 24-11 Dayton Christian 32-21 Lebanon 20-29 Lebanon (tourn.) 16-14 Kings 41-18 Mason (tourn.) 24-15 Springfield Franklin 33-29 (Tourney Championship)

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HONORS and AWARDS

The district tests were held at Princeton High School this year. W.H.S. students who placed were Dean Edwards, Algebra I; Deb Hall, English 10; Rob Karman, Biology; Greg Polly, English 10 {1st in district, 5th in state); Steve Anderson, Biology; Shara Cherryholmes, Algebra II. Charlotte Campbell received best supporting actress for this year.

The girl's softball team won the district championship. This year's band officers were Treas. Bobby Campbell, Sec. Shara Cherryholmes, V. Pres. Tammy Jones, Pres. Missy Wood.

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Band awards-Eric Hass, outstanding eighth grade musician; Connie Laird, outstanding freshman musician; Shara Cherryholmes, outstanding sophomore musician; Lori Marriott, outstanding junior musician.

Jeni Vinson was winner of t Miss division of the Natio Hemisphere Beauty Pagea held at Kings Island Inn on Su Feb. 19, 1978. She was crown Miss Warren County by Mi Teen Dayton.

Pat Lander placed 12th (3 m. diving) in the nation in his division and received numerous other awards. Sherry Anderson distinguished herself in swimming.

At left Chorus Awards-Ernie Morgan, freshman award; Maria Vint, sophomore; Rob Rickey, junior; Mike Albrecht, senior award. At rightMissy Wood received the John Philip Sousa award for band.


HIGH WINDS The Big Blizzard Of 1978

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'Twasn't A Fit Night Out For Man Or Beast ...

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ADVERTISING Our sincere thanks go out to the people who have purchased advertising in our yearbook. Please patronize them. They make our book possible.

PATRONS Hoffman Insurance

932-7871

Sauter's Tom's Sales Middletown, 0. Northern Contractors

434-6235

Mary L. Cook Library

897-4826

Cedar City Florist

932-2916

Lebanon Ky. Fried Chicken

932-7685

Village Furniture Store

932-6272

Waynesville Airport

897-3851

County 4-H Agent Charles Stiles

932-1891

Bell-Eagle Antiques

897-7196

Spring Valley Body Shop

862-7581

First Church of Christ

897-4786

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Many stocK designs to choose frorn Phone 433-4840

Individual-Groups-Business Custom work our specialty Centerville .. At. 48 South

Across from Elder Beerman Open Daily except Sunday "SPA R TANS OUR SPECIAL T Y"

DiLLoW's Farltl MktBest Wishes Class of "78"

Clary's Restaurants Wayne ville and Xenia

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FEATURING A \\' IDE SELECTION OF CHOICE FOODS, GROCERIES, GOURMET DELIGHTS, AND FRESH GARDEN VEGETABLES. CANNED GOODS & PACKAGED ITEMS.

WE ARE KNOWN FOR OUR PRIME MEATS, FOWL, FISH, SEA FOOD and EDIBLE DELICACIES. THIS FAMOUS WEST CARROLLTON STORE IS OPEN UURING

for your shopping pleasure and convenience .

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THE LONGS GENERAL STORE AND BAIT SHOP 3!5!5 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BOX 643. WAYNESV ILLE. OHIO 4 !506 8

Groceries-Camping Supplies Picnic Supplies-Ice-Sporting Goods Tackle-Live Bait Route 73 at South Main

897-5016

ELLIS SUPER VALU

KENKEL'S DAYTON, OHIO

Open 7-Days

Where Your Dollar Buys More 8:00-9:00 Mon.-Sat.

Fine Food, Steaks, Lobster

10:00-7:00 Sun. Waynesville, Ohio 897-5001

4614 Wilmington Pike 293-1051

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MONK'S CARRY OUT

BOTTLES, TINS AND MISC. TUESDAY

&THURSDAY 12:00-4:00

8144

70 N. MAIN ST. WAYNESVILLE, OHIO , 45068

State Rt. 48 FOR ALL OF YOUR PARTY NEEDS

885-2291

CHIC-NANN'S MARKET & SHAKE SHOP

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,ANTS AND SERVICE

839 Corwin Ave.

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6 Days 9 a.m . to 10 p .m. Sun. 12 to 10

Funeral Home

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COOKE' S INC. 890 COLUMBUS AVE. LEBANON, OHIO

Waynesville, 0.

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B & B FARM MARKET 1h mile east of Route 48

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Established 1875

The Waynesville National Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK SERVING THIS COMMU ITY FOR OVER 100 YEARS PH 0 NE-897 -2065

WAYNESVILLE LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 23 S. BROADWAY

LEBANON, OHIO

WAY ESVILLE

JIM SPARGUR OHIO "BEST WISHES" CLASS OF "78"

Agent 98 S. 3rd Street Waynesville, Ohio 45068 Phone: (513) 897-5936

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nat )rlWide s or y

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FRANK F.C. HUANG,MD FAMILY PRACTICE

Congratulations Seniors

TOM FLORENCE REALTY 897-5000

CONGRAT LATION , ENIOR 435 S. Main St.

THE LEBANON PARTS COMPANY

Waynesville Ohio

MARVIN' LANE WAYNE VILLE, OHIO

Congratulations REALTOR

Class of "78" 18 SOUTH MAIN ST CENTERVILLII!:, OHIO .C15.C!HI

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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE 897-6326

MON. BY CHANCE TUES. THRU SAT. 10-5:00 OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.

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PREMIERE CORPORATION 3681 Vance Rd., P.O. Box 206, Dayton, Ohio, 45449

513-268-6877 Mobile and R.V. Products MATTHEW E. JOEFREDA PRESIDENT

WAYNESVILLE CAMPERS INC. THE NELL INS. AGENCY South Main St. Waynesville, Ohio 23

Ray W. Spencer 7311 N. St. Rt. 42

Waynesville, Ohio

Your Family and Business Insurance Agency

897-4956

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Lost your Herff Jones class ring? Want to order your college ring 7

William's Shoes 28 E. Mulberry St. Lebanon, Ohio 932-3976

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Fire Extinguishers Fire Department -

Sales and Service Safety Supplies

MANGAN FIRE EQUIPMENT 1989 EL CAMINO

XENIA, OHIO

Corwin's Barber Shop 11

CONG RATULATIONS, SENIORS"

LOVELESS PHARMACY WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 897-7076

21 So. Main St. Wishing the senior class of '78' Good Luck

Wayne Twp. Fire Dept. and Rescue Squad Emergency No. 897-6006 Business no. 897-3010 Good Luck Seniors!

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TRANS-AM REALTY INC.

CALL

TED HOFFMAN 897-4372

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CONGRAGULATIONS JIM!

Mellott Water Service 897-1483 or 897-5016

Pools

Wells Cisterns

WAYNESVILLE LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. pecializing in Treated Lumber H· aynes~·ille, Ohio 897-6020

Lebanon Hobby Shop 932-5073 733 Columbus Ave., Lebanon, 0. TRAINS, RIC EQUIPMENT, PLANES MODELS, A.F.X. CARS, ROCKETS

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LONG-RIDDELL INSURANCE AGENCY "The Agent Makes The Difference" 119 East Main St. Auto,

Lebanon, Ohio, 45036

932-5101

Home

Life

County Fair Playhouse Theater and Concert Under the tars

C. Goodtime Pizza it Down or Carry Out - Pizza, andwiche Open Daily - 897-3571

Millview Pastry Shoppe Open 7 a.m. -Closed Mondays 897-1721

Sweet Cal's Confections

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Business

COMPLIMENTS OF A

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Congratulations & Good Luck

Waynesville Market

Class of "78,

Cream Delight

Open 8-10 seven days a week

We now have Fried Chicken Dinners 897-4916

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LEBANON. OHIO 45036

JIM SPARGUR Agent P.O . Box 286, 98 S. Third St Waynesville, 0 . 45068 Phone 897-5936 NA TIONW/DE INSURANCE

Hartsock's Village Florist

From

897-4026 Corner of 4th and Miami St. Waynesville

RUTH SMITH - DENNIE HICKS- BEULAH HOLT

Mon .-Sat. 9-5

932-2891

932-7703

HEADQUARTER FOR CO VER E TE HOES & SCHOOL COATS

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BILLS DONUT SHOP

433-0002

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19 N. Main St. Centerville, Ohio

OPEN 24 HOURS 7DAYSA WEEK


WAYNESVILLE BOOSTERS

All Sports CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1978

W. REED MADDEN INSURANCE "A Man With A Plan" 26

So. Main St.-Waynesville, Ohio

897-3211 COMPLETE INSURANCE SECURITY

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Preparing.

Waynesville's 106th commencement exercises took place on May 28, 1978. Baccalaureate was held at 2:00 p.m. The invocation and benediction were given by Rev. Sherman Cook. The sermon was given by Rev. Roger Dale McCloud. The chorus and girls' chorus sang. Commencement was held at 8:00 p.m. The invocation and benediction were given by Rev. Stephen Williams. Speeches were given, the band played, the chorus sang, and the awards and diplomas were presented to the class of '78 .

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Entertainment

Proud families

Class President-Ken Colvin

Valedictorian-Claudia Andres

It Salutatorian-Carla Hansard


Special Awards

Moments of Glory


During,

Before, And After.


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