1979 Waynesville High School Yearbook

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THE SPARTAN Channel '79 WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, WAYNESVILLE, OHIO, 45068 . .. . .. .. VOL. XII

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SPARTAN T.V. GUIDE Tune Us In ............................ 2 Paper Chasers.... .................. 16 Sports' Wide World .............. 32 What's Happening at W.H.S ............................... 74 Presenting 1979 through 1982 .................... 110 Junior High L1fe ................... 144 Graduation ........................... 166 A Word From Our Sponsors ........................... 170 Sign Off ........... .'.................... 190

BOOB TUBE T.V. is such a part of our daily lives that we thought of it as the theme for our '79 Spartan . Called the boob tube and idiot box, 1t is, like our lives, sometimes dull and boring. But it can be bright, clear, and with good contrast, just as our school days can be . T.V. is educational, informative, entertaining. It can be repetitive and downright stupid. T .V. reftects

much of our culture. We feel our book does the same. We 've worked hard to bring you this sharp picture of life at W. H.S. m 19781979. Thanks for tuning us in ....... The '79 Spartan is brought to you by: The W. H.S. Yearbook Staff, Herff-Jones Yearbooks, Osborne Stud1os, and the merchants of this community.


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COULD THERE BE HAPPIER DAYS? WE HAVE HAPPY DAYS AND CAREFREE DAYS: EATIN ' CAKE, MORK' S SHAKE, OH THAT PIE; DERWIN ' S HIGH? FUN WITH FRIEN OS, HAR 0-WON WINS . . . IS IT A PHASE? COULD THERE BE HAPPIER DAYS?

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MAI<E US LAUGH! AMUSEMENT AND PLEASURE CHANNELED IN MANY WAYS AS MR . UGLIES, MIMICS OR FRESHMAN SLAVES . AFTER PHYSICS , COMP, P. E. AND MATH , WE NEED THINGS THAT MAKE US LAUGH .

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TODAY ... Many Things Are Happening.

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LIVING Some Of The Best Days Of

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BUT COACH , THIS HELMET JUST DOESN 'T FIT!!

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It's Academic- H.S. Faculty

Mr. Cessna Guidance Counselor

Mrs. Clark

Mr. Llffick- Physical Education

Mrs. Finke Physical Education

Mrs. Buckley- Art I, II, III

Mr Ling - Stage Band , MUSIC Appreciation, Band

Mr Benton American H1story, World H1story, C1v1cs

Mr. Brower - World Literature, Bible Literature, English II

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Librarian

Mr. Collins- I.A.C.


Mrs. Finch General Math, Bas1c Algebra, Algebra I

Mr Barton Geography, Government, Dnvers Ed.

M1ss Anderle American Government, Typing

Mr. Gradel Drama, Speech, Advanced Drama, Chorus

Mr. Kennedy- Soc1al Sc1ence, General Sc1ence, Health

Mr. D1llon- French I , II, III, Ohio H1story, Yearbook

Mrs. Polly- Algebra I , II, Geometry, Advanced Math

Mr. Polly B1ology I Zoology, Physiology

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Mr. Mescher· Office Practtce, General Bustness, Personal Typing.

Mr. Phtlpot- lndustrial Arts, Furniture Repair, Woods, Home Repairs.

Mr. Tharr- Biology I, General B10logy, Chemistry, Physics.

Mrs. Townsend- Journaltsm, English I, Readtng and Writing, Mass Media.

Mr. Webb- Read ing and Writtng , Mythology, Civics, Sociology, Psychology, Fant. Lit., Eng . I.

Mrs. Watson- Foods, Sewing, Home Economics, Family Living, Consumer Economtcs.

Mrs. Conley (nghtl - Home Economics I, II, Child Care, Home Furntshtng. Mrs. King (left) A.P. English, Composition, Novel, Eng . lit., Short Story, Eng. II

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Junior High Faculty

Mrs. Ames Science, Art

Mr. Bates Shop

Mrs . Brower English

Mrs. Cassidy English

Mr. Conway Math

Mrs. Doering Counselor

Mr. Gibbs Math

Mrs. Gradel Learnmg D1sab11ity

Mr. Hampton lAC

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Mrs. Lacy- English

Mrs Lamb Home EconomiCS

M1ss Oliver- Sc1ence

Mr. Osborn - Sc1ence

Mr. Vanderpool

Miss Waldroup Social Studies

Mr. Watson -Math

Mrs Watson Health

Mr. Henson Health

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Phys1cal Education,

History

Physical Educat1on ,


Mrs Va1r Readmg

Mrs. Malcolm

Nurse

Due to the loss of film we were obliged to use last year's photos of several teachers.

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Administration: The Guiding Lights R1ght, Paul Schwamberger, Superintendent Below, Mrs. Smallwood , Sec' y. to Mr. Schwam berger

Above, Charles Williams, H.S. Principal R1ght, Mrs. Sheehan , Sec'y. to Mr. Williams

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Left, Craig Franc1sco, Jr. High Principal

Mrs. Patten, Jr. High Sec'y.

Above, Mrs. Kier, Elem . Secretary Left, Byron Ames, Elem . Principal

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School Board

Top photo, I. to r , Wayne Local School Board : Mrs. Betty R1ckey, Clerk; Mr. Fred Hubbell; Mr. Robert Campbell; Mr Warren Sheehan, Pres1dent; Mr. Gary Ihle; Mr Paul Michener, Vice - President. Mr. Paul Schwamberger, Supt. of Schools (back to cameral Middle Left Photo, Mrs. Rickey. Middle R1ght Photo, Mr. Michener and Mr. Schwamberger. Lower Left Photo, Mr. Ihle Lower R1ght Photo, Mr. Hubbell, Mr. Campbell, Mr Sheehan. The photos were taken 1n the High School Library where the Board meets

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STAFF POTATOES, ETC.

Above, High School Cooks : Front, I. to r. , Mary Howard , Erlice Powell; Back, Ruth Borne , Bessy Hale .

Jr. High & Elem. Cooks, I. to r ., standing , Dorothy Robinson , Joan Honaker, Margaret Hopkins, Mary Kurtz, Martha Hatton , Pat Johnson, Frances Conners, Nancy Mel lott. Seated, Wilma O' Banion, with Mrs. Rob inson ' s niece Jackie, Mabel Styles.

We regret that the picture of the bus drivers was lost, along w ith several others, in a fire at the photographic studio. The Bus Drivers are: RENEE ANDREWS , BARRY HARTSOCK WILLADEAN COCHRAN , JUDY INGRAM JIM DOUGLAS, MECHANIC, DALLAS KEITH SARA FOX, MARY KINSEL TERRY GEIGER , RON KRONENBERGER FLORENCE GRAHAM Right: Clerks Janet Carter, Ruth Borne , Frances Conners. SOUY, NO I'MOI'O


Custodians

Right, Bob Campbell, Head of Maintenance, (Mrs. Sheehan) , Anthony Lamb. Below, left, Dick Campbell . Below, right, Bob Stansbury and William Peters. Lower right, Charles James. Not pictured : George Kipplinger, Jeannie Shepherd , Lillian Stansbury.

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Road Running: Cross Country 1978

First row; Janet Rush, Sharon Pet1tt, Cheryl Lohse, Bobby Campbell, Steve Roark, Craig Campbell. Second row; Mary Williams, Rob R1ckey, Chm Colvin, Scott Gorsuch, Chris Smead, coach Bob Lohse. This year the cross country team had a 4-0 record and finished second in the league. The team had three all league runners, Bobby Campbell, Chris Colvin, and Steve Roark. The most 1mproved runner was Scott Gorsuch and the most outstanding runner was Bobby Campbell The rest of the boys team conSISted of Cra1g Campbell, Rob Rickey, Chm Smead, Mike Smead, and Matt Gheanng. The g1rls' team conSISted of Sharon Pettit, Janet Rush, Cheryl Lohse, and Mary Williams Cheryl Lohse placed first in the league and sixth in the distnct. Both teams were coached by Bob Lohse.

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The 1978 version of the Waynesville Spartan team was l1ke none of the past, marked by such characteristics as enthusiasm, spmt, hard-nosed willmgness to win Something lacking 1n the past. Although the teams record (2-6-1) was not that Impressive the defense played some exceptional football. On three different occasions the defense allowed less than 100 yards total offense. The highlights of the season were the v1ctones over Little Miam1 8-7 and East Clinton 15-0 in the season finale. The captams for 1978 were sen1ors Robert Rye and Larry Bagford, along with junior Mark Creekmore

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Defense Is Tough! The senior class of 1979 will always be remembered as the group that turned things around for the football program. The1r leadership prov1ded the underclassmen the opportunity to see what can really be done if a group with the same goals sets forth to accomplish these goals. The awards presented at the awards banquet were. Best Offens1ve Player Mark Creekmore; Best Defensive Player Robert Rye; Most Valuable Player Greg Lynch : The Coaches Trophy went to Larry Bagford and Mike Spencer.

F1rst Row. Capt' s Larry Bagford , Mark Creekmore, Robert Rye Second Row: Larry Gilliam, David Bixby, Keith Sharp, Reed Madden, Ray Warner, Mike Spencer, Greg Lynch, Steve Osborne, Gerry Raasch, Jeff Howard, Denms West. Third Row Jeff George, Phillip Merris, Mark Adams, Randy Rid1nger, M1ke Dyer, Rodney Akers. Tim Osborne, T1m Franc1sco, Steve Rains, Matt Joefreda, Fourth Row· M1ke Gadd Scott Borgerding, Scott George, Brad Couch, Greg Patterson, Darrel Wahsum, Duwayne Rains Scott Howard, Roger Kronenberger, Manager Art Wiley. Fifth Row: Manager Troy Timmons, Bill Elam, Erich Raasch, K1rk Kennedy, Mark Clark, Ken Osborne, Chns Chenoweth, Rusty Kunger, Darrel Woods. Manager Kevin Fultz. Top: Coaches Bunce, Mescher, Gabbard.

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THE HOMECOMING

Clockwise from lower left corner; Freshmen attendants Mary Boiling and Chris Colvin · Sophomore attendants V1cki Wood and Darryll Wahsum; Jumor attendants: Margaret Peters and Tim Osborne Semor candidates Diane Wahsum and Robert Rye. Opposite page, clockwise from upper left corner. Homecoming Queen: Lisa Schmidt, Sen1or candidates Jeni V1nson and Brian Jones Sherry Roark and M1ke Spencer Shelly Maloney and Jeff Howard and L1sa Schmidt and Greg Lynch .

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It's All in the Family Parents N1ght took place at the East Clinton football game on Oct 27, 1978. The Spartans were inspired and plastered the Astros 15-0 Seniors mvolved m fall sports and activities honor the1r parents on this occasion, which recognizes that family team work makes for successful students and proud parents .

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INCREDIBLE HU LI<S? SENIORS!

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Matt Joe Freda Gerry Raasch

Larry Bagford Reed Madden M1ke Spencer

David Bixby Steve Osborne Denis West

Greg Lynch Robert Rye


Jr. & Soph. Take Powderpuff Game:

Two weeks before the big game, the Jun1or coaches; Creekmore, Dyer, Kronenberger Osborne, Rains, Ridinger, and the Sen1or coaches Bagford Lynch, Osborne, and Spencer, were getting the1r teams together Many tiring pract1ces were held. Spirit week arrived and the game was scheduled at 6:00.

Due to a reserve game, the Powderpuff game didn't get started t1ll 7:00 ; therefore 1t lasted until dark. The game started off quickly w1th a touchdown by Sherry Price of the Junior-Sophomore team It was a rough game but everyone survived it without any broken bones! The Juniors were excited with the1r VICtory after be1ng t1ed the past two years Mary Boiling and Kelli Shelton highlighted the game for the Seniors and Freshmen .

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Reed Madden Reigns As Mr. Ugly

The final score was Seniors and Freshmen 26, Juniors and Sophomores 28 Afterwards, Cassanos m Centerville was the scene of merriment, roud1ness, and lots of p1zza

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SCOREBOARD Vars1ty Football Batav1a Little Miami Country Day Spnngboro Greenv1ew Cedarville Clinton-Massie Southeastern East Clinton

26-13 7- 8 12- 0 26- 7 32-21 20- 0 0- 0 13- 0 0-15

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Springboro East Clinton Mason Greenview Spnngboro Little M1am1 Cedarville Southeastern East Clinton Boro, K1ngs

270-221 L 195-206 w 179-159 L 239-228 L 242-225 L 239-257 w 199-263 w 188-216 w 192-199 w 252, 257 260 2nd Greenview 187-188 w Cedarville 194-221 w KTC Second pl. Season, 7-4 + 2 Sec. Places Jr. H1gh Volleyball 5-4 Cvars1tyl 4-4 (reserve)

Little M1am1 Springboro Greenv1ew Cedarville Clinton-Mass1e Oakwood Fenw1ck O.T. Southeastern Bellbrook East Clinton Springboro Greenview Cedarville Kings Clinton- Massie Carlisle Southeastern East Clinton

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Junior High Football Cedarville 32-22 Kingman (7th) 14- 0 Kingman 40- 0 44- 8 Spnngboro 32- 8 Kings 26-12 Greenview Undefeated season!

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Varsity Volleyball W1lm1ngton Greenview Day. Chnst1an Cedarville Cllnton-Mass1e Southeastern East Clinton Bellbrook Greenv1ew Cedarville Clinton- Massie Xema W Wilson Southeastern Lebanon Arcanum Ctourn.l Day. Ch. Ctourn.l

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Cross Country

Girl's Vars1ty Basketball

5-1 season record Second place KTC Vars1ty Basketball Little Miam1 Spnngboro Greenview Cedarv1lle Clinton- Massie Oakwood Fenw1ck Southeastern Bellbrook East Clinton Spnngboro Greenview K1ngs Clinton-Mass1e Carlisle Southeastern East Clinton Arcanum Ctourn.l Bethel Ctourn.l

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9th Grade Boy's Basketball Centerville Cedarville Yellow Spnngs Clinton Mass1e Lebanon Southeastern East Clinton Greenv1ew Centerville Springboro Clinton Mass1e Southeastern East Clinton Greenv1ew

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Summary: FIRST PLACES Tenn1s, K.T.C Champs. undefeated 1n league Jr. H1gh Football, undefeated season SECOND PLACES Golf, 2nd 1n KTC Cross Country, 2nd in KTC Volleyball, 2nd 1n KTC Varsity Basketball, 2nd in KTC G1rl's Varsity Basketball, 2nd 1n KTC Girl's Track, 2nd 1n KTC Jr. High Boy's Track, 2nd in Warren Co Meet 7th Grade Basketball, 2nd in their Tournament

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Varsity Takes Second! The Varsity Volleyball Players are: Front row (left to nghtl Janet McKallp and Terri Kidd Second Row Arnie Buxton, V1ck1 Sm1th, and Karen W1cal. Third Row, L1sa Elam, Dana Sp1tznogle, and Sherry Anderson . The Volleyball team was tied for 2nd place in the league . The awards g1ven were Most Valuable Player to Tern Kidd Server' s award to Janet McKahp. The All League Players were Terri Kidd and Janet McKal1p They have plans to attend volleyball camp at Ohio University in Athens for one week in the summer.

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Reserve Team Struggles The Reserve Volleyball Players are Front row (left to nght) ; Cathy Booher, Shelly Kronenberger, Mary Bowl1ng, Cindy Allen, Tracy Waltz, and K1m Eakins Back row, Jon1 Benson, Vicki Finke, Ceyrrae Foust, Connie Laird , and Jenny Rush. The Reserve Volleyball team cons1sted of all new players. There were 7 freshmen and 4 sophomores They were all first year players with no experience They won 3 games and lost 15

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INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL

The two intramural basketball playoff teams were: (top) Flying Gonzolas Dennis West, Steve Ra1ns, Vincent Leyes, Tom Foley, Doug Shinkle, Duffy McKalip. Bottom The Bombers Mike Gadd, Rusty Kuriger, Greg Lynch, Donnie Ram by, M 1ke Gnce. The Fly1ng Gonzolas won and were the intramural champs.

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Spartans Take Second In I<TC

Front row kneeling: Cocaptams Robert Rye and Alfred Barrett. Second row standmg: Coach Mr Liffick, DuWayne Ra1ns, Dav1d Hurley, Richard Robbms, Tim Osborne, Darrell Wahsum, Mark Creekmore, Rodney Akers, Randy Rid1nger, Brad Couch. The Waynesville High School Vars1ty Spartans, coached by David Liffick, ended their season t1ed for second m the KTC. the team played most of the games with mtelligence and po1se. They came close to playing their potential against every team. The Spartans finished the1r season with a record of ten wins and ten losses.

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A Trying Year

First row kneeling : Craig Coffman, Greg Patterson, Rayce Henson, Doug Combs, Scott Borgerding Randy Ridinger. Second row standing· Steve Anderson, Randy Taylor, Dav1d Johnson, Robert Kronenberger; Brad Couch, Coach David Cessna.

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For The Reserves

This year' s reserve team was comprised of nine sophomores and two juniors. The team fin ished with a record of 5 - 13, with a 5 - 5 league record . The squad came out on the wrong end of several close games, losing six games by four points or less. Leading scorers were Randy Ridinger, David Johnson , and Rob Kronenberger, while Johnson and Kronenberger led in rebounds.

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Freshman Basketball

1st. Row Kneeling : Enc Raasch, Dav1d Deters, K1rk Kennedy Darrell Sharp, Bnan McKmney, Steve Roark, Craig Campbell, 2nd Row Standing: Mgr. Jeff Gillis, Chris Colvin, Jim Johnson, Marcus Rice, Bill Madison, Ken Osborne, Scott Gorsuch, Chm Chenoweth, Tony Davis, Coach Mr. Barton .

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The Freshmen Basketball Team won only three basketball games during the seventh and eighth grade . The ir season started slowly winning only one of their first four games. Then , however, they turned the season around by winning seven of their final ten games. The team finished eight and six; second place in the league.

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Varsity Takes 2nd 1n I<.T.C;

Vars1ty. Front row; Sharon Pettit, Cheryl Lohse, Jenm Durbin, Kelly Shelton. M1d. row; Bonnie Alford , Pam Schear, V1ck1 Ray, Cmdy Allen . Back row: Sherry Anderson , Liz Atkins, Anne Will1ams.

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FROSH LOOK GOOD! The WHS G1rls team completed a successful season with an overall record of 9 w1ns and 7 losses. The Spartan girls fin1shed second in the Kenton Trace Conference w1th a mark of 8-2, losi ng only to AA powerhouse, Greenv1ew. The girls vars1ty cons1sted of two seniors: cocaptains Kelly Shelton and L1z Atk1ns; three jun1ors. Jenn1 Durbin, Cheryl Lohse, V1ck1 Ray; two sophomores: Anne Will iams and Sharon Pett1t, and three freshmen : Cindy Allen, Pam Schear, and Mary Williams The team' s leading scorer was Kelly Shelton and L1z Atk1ns led the team in rebounds. Both Atkins (a four year letterman) and Shelton (a three year letterman) were selected to the 1st stnng all Kenton Trace Conference for the second year 1n a row. The Waynesville' s g1rls varsity program IS 1n the beginning of what prom1ses to be a very successful era of victory. Th1s beg1nn1ng IS apparent in the 14 g1rls on the team from the freshman class. Th1s class has the potential to produce a tournament contender and a potential state champion class team. The WHS g1rls reserve team completed a successful season with a record of 9 wins and b losses. Mary Williams led the team in asSISts, sconng, and steals and Carla Taylor was the lead1ng rebounder. RESE RVE. Front row : Coach Mr. Shelton, Mary Will1ams, Pam Schear, Cindy Allen, Tracey Shelton, Carla Taylor, Bobb1e-Jo Leyes, Vick1 Ray Back row: Sharon Pett1t, Janet Rush, M ary Boiling, Tracey Waltz, Michelle Kronenberger, Penny Jones


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PEGGY'S ANGELS???

Front Row: Ltsa Elam, Karen Wical, Mary Gilliam, Terri Kidd, Janet McKahp, Tnsh Garrett, Mgr Jimmy Elam. Back Row. Coach Mrs. Finke, Rhonda Purkey, Kelli Shelton Vicki Sm1th, Bonn1e Alford, Mary Davis, Coach Miss Peggy Cann.

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Bad News Bears??? Team Photo left to nght. Row l , Rusty Kunger Kirk Kennedy DuWayne Rams, Dav1d Deters, Bryan McKinney, Brad Couch David Hurley. Back Row, Gerry " Squirrel ' Raasch, Paul Scherer, Robert Rye Marty Mitchener, Darrell Wahsum. Gary Coffman, Greg Lynch , Coach Dave L1ffick Bad weather hm1ted many pract1ces and the young Spartan team d1dn' t ga1n the expenence 1t needed for a successful season . Only five Seniors were on the team and they didn 't all play The fielding was often irregular and errors hurt the team in many games The p1tchmg was good overall. The p1tch1ng staff included Darrell Wahsum. Kirk Kennedy, Greg Lynch, and Marty Mitchener. In the last game, Freshmen were play1ng First. Second, Th1rd, and Two field pos1t1ons w1th a Sophomore at Shortstop. So basically the team was too young to compete successfully w1th more mature teams. As des1gnated hitter, Gerry Raasch led the team with a 417 batting avg . Hurley, Wahsum, and McKinney all batted above .260.


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Akers, Bixby, Hoffman Lead

Vars1ty Players & Rec. 1st singles: D. Bixby (12 -6) 2nd singles· R Akers (14 - 3) 3rd s1ngles: S Hoffman (12- 2) Doubles· Donnie Ramby 9- 6 Mark Tidwell 7- 5 Jeff Florence 13-4 Tim Osborne 9- 5 Reserves: Tammy Jones (2-ll , Rob Karman (2- ll, Derw1n Hansard, Kevin Fultz.

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Spartans To League Title! FLORENCE, RAMBY AND TIDWELL PROVIDE STRONG BACK-UP FOR THE SPARTANS WHO ARE UNDEFEATED IN THE K.T.C. 1979 K.T.C Champions (picture at the left) kneeling, I. to r , Dave B1xby, Rob Karman, Don Ramby, Tammy Jones, Jeff Florence, Scott Hoffman . Stand1ng, I. to r., Rod Akers, Mark Tidwell, Tim Osborne, Kevi n Fultz, Derwin Hansard, Coach Dave Barton.

The Tennis Team fin1shed the regular season 12-2 & was undefeated in the KTC. In the sectional tourney Rod Akers won 2 singles matches & Dave Bixby won 3. Scott Hoffman & Jeff Florence won 2 doubles matches. Congratulations to the Spartan Netters!

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LOHSE, RUSH ADVANCE TO STATE MEET Girl' s Track Team : from the left, front to back; back, Coach Bob Lohse R 3 Mary Boiling , Janet Rush, Shelly Powell, Ann Wardlow, Anne Williams. R 2, Shelly Kronenberger, Arnie Buxton, Julie Snoddy, Tamm1e Prew1tt Alison Haxton . R 2 Sharon Pettit, Cheryl Lohse, Brenda Lohse, Kathy Booher, Kim Eakms. The g1rls had a very successful season setting many personal and team records . They finished second in the Kenton Trace Conference beh1nd eventual Di stnct champion Cedarville. F1ve girls were named to the aii-KTC team Tammie Prew1tt, 1st medley relay Sharon Pettit, 1st medley relay, Am1e Buxton, 1st medley relay, Janet Rush, 1st medley relay, 1st 440 yd . dash . Cheryl Lohse, 1st 880 yd dash, 1st mile run. Several of the outstanding performances of the season: Medley Relay, 1st 1n KTC, 4th 1n distnct; Janet Rush, 440, 1st 1n the KTC, 2nd 1n d1st., 8th in the State meet; 440 Relay team was 5th 1n the d1stnct; Cheryl Lohse, 1st in


GIRL'S TRAGI<

the m1le and 880 1n the KTC; Anne Williams, DISCUS throw, 89 feet. Janet Rush (upper left of th1s page) qualified for the State Track Meet where she took 8th place 1n the 440. Cheryl Lohse (lower left of the page) also went to the State Meet and placed 14th in the M1le Run. Congratulations to both of these fine athletes. Janet was selected as the Most Valuable Runner of the 1979 season. Shelly Kronenberger was the Most Improved Runner

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Tracksters Take 3rd; Howard,

The Spartans finished third in the KTC th1s year, behmd Cllnton Massie and E Cl1nton Jeff Howard won the long jump (19'1/ z"), the 100 meter dash (11 9) , and the 300 m. low hurdles (41.8) Matt Joefreda won the discus (119 ' 10 1• • ) while Reed Madden finished 3rd (117 ' 1 l;z" ) Reed also took 4th in the shot (37'10" ). RICk Morley took 3rd in the 400 m dash (5El.ll. Cra1g Coffman was 6th in the h1gh hurdles Bobby & Craig Campbell fin1shed

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Joefreda Are All- League

3rd & 4th respectively in the 2- m1le run with times of 10 mm . 56.9 sec & 11 m1n. 13 3 sec. The 440 m. relay team took 2nd while the 1600 m. relay team ! Cra1g Coffman, Steve Osborne, Roger Kronenberger, Rick Morley, Jeff Howard ) took 5th Steve Roark was 5th in the mile run Other team members who competed at the league meet were Enc Messer (long jump), Mark Clark (220, long JUmp) Bnan Thacker !long JUmp) , Phillip Merris (pole vault> , Jeff George (440 & 220) , Tom Simpson (shot & duscusl, Kenny Osborne (high jump) , Roger Kronenberger (440, h1gh jump), Darrell Wahsum (440) The ALL-LEAGUE selections were Jeff Howard and Matt Joefreda. The M.V. P was Jeff Howard, wh1le the most improved trackman was Craig Coffman . Enc Haas served as manager Team photo at left I to r , R. 1, Steve Roark, Jeff Howard, Matt Rye R. 2, Chns Colv1n Enc Messer, Craig Campbell, Bobby Campbell, Tom S1mpson, Brian Thacker, Jeff George, Mark Clark, Phillip Merns. R. 3, Coach Ke1th Mescher, Steve Osborne, Cra1g Coffman, Ken Osborne, Matt Joefreda, Reed Madden, Shaun Mohler, Roger Kronenberger, Chris Chenoweth, Rick Morley, Mgr Enc Haas. Lower left- hand photo Jeff Howard: selected as all-area outstanding athlete, MVP, all-league.

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PROM

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Flower bedecked tables, a buffet beyond compare , the band extraordinaire, made this year' s prom a grand affair.

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Queen, May 18, 1979

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Queen For A Day! Terri Arnold Reigns At Sweetheart Dance

Terri Arnold 1s selected Sweetheart Queen !

The Sweetheart Dance is held annually around Valentine's Day. It is sponsored by the Student Council. The Queen is chosen from candidates nominated by school organizations. This year, everyone had a lot of fun dancing! 80

Queen Tern Arnold


Library Workers Library Workers, I. to r., Kim Eakins, Li sa Campbe ll, Kim Cox, She ila Shaffer, Pam Furnas, Natal ie Kidd , Kim Hisle, Mrs. Clark.

Office Workers Office Workers, I. to r ., Sharon Pettit, Diane Wahsum , Rhonda Purkey, Julie Snoddy, Donna Campbell; back, Sherry Roark, Lisa Schmidt, Debbie Campbe ll.


National Honor Society

Row 1 : Mrs. Clark, Christine Sheehan , Jenny Fisher, Dtane Wahsum, Maria Vint Sherry Roark, Tamm1e Prew1tt. Row 2 Ann Wardlow, Debbte Campbell, Vicki Ftnke, Jackie Fisher, Greg Polly Debbie Hall, Derw1n Hansard Row 3: Rob Karman , Steve Anderson , Pat Lander Anne Wtlltams, Dale Edwards, Chns Smead. Row 4 : Bobby Campbell, K1m Cox Cath1 Esselman Kathy Gnce Lon Marnot Shara Cherryholmes, Mark Kennedy Row 5 : Katnna Hogan , Kim Purkey, Hope Gorsuch, Cary Karman , Darla Morgan, Marg1e Whtpp, Becky Deters Row 6 . Jeff Vanderpool , Mark Seidl , Dav1d Hurley Robert Rye Larry Bagford David Btxby Rtght. standtng, left to nght. Mana Vtnt V Pres., Jenny Ftsher Sec Sherry Roark - Treas S1tt1ng Dtane Wahsum Pres.


Rookies Inducted!


Student Council front. I. to r., Chns Colv1n, Jeff Howard, Vicki Finke, Tnsh Garrett, Tammy Jones, Alison Haxton. Stefanie Clark, Lisa Campbell. Standing, Mike Gadd, Tom Foley, Cathy Johnson, Jen Vinson, Marg1e Whipp, Cathy Joefreda, Dana Sp1tznogle. Officers (right> : Tom Foley, Pres.; Tammy Jones, Treas.; Jeni Vinson, V P ; Al1son Haxton, Sec

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SPARTACliS

Top pic , seated. Larry Bagford Janet McKailp, Matt Joefreda, L1sa Schm1dt, Sherry Atk1ns, Julie Snoddy R 2 standing , Helen Banks, Mike Dyer, Jeff Howard, M1ke Morley Back row: Cathy Esselman , Kell1 Coy, John Mcintire, Gerry S Raasch, Vincent Leyes, Denn1s West, Marty Mitchener, Tony Frye Mike Jones, and Mrs. Townsend adv1sor. Anne Williams, left, served as Ed1tor of the Spartacus

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MEET THE PRESS

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This year' s yearbook staff was as follows · Top left to nght- Editor- 1n - Ch1ef, Shara Cherryholmes; Adv1sor, Mr. Dillon . Bottom , left to nght Art Editor, Debbie Hall; Kelli Coy; Glenda Cherryholmes. (p. 87) Top, left to nght Stefan1e Clark; Derw1n Hansard. Middle, nght Jen1 Vinson and Cathy Johnson Members of the yearbook class not p1ctured were Phil Merns and Dee - Dee Matter. C1ndy Reeves also helped very much, especially in the Jr. High .

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At the start of this year everyone was exc1ted and ready to work on the yearbook Thirteen people had signed up for the yearbook class, but by the middle of the year only seven were left. With help from people not 1n the class and with usually only five or six people, this year's staff met all of its deadlines. Some things in the book th1s year were changed. The sports records were put m w1th the sports sect1on for easy reference The vocat1onal students were not given their own pages because they have the1r own yearbook. They are shown in any act1vit1es 1n which they are involved at Waynesville. Also, because of m1ssing p1ctures, many pages were hard to finish. Still, the staff finished the book in time to meet all of 1ts deadlines. The mam reason for this was Mr. Dillon He kept the book together If not for Mr. D1llon and the summer staff of Shara Cherryholmes . Glenda Cherryholmes Derwin Hansard Stefan1e Clark, Kelli Coy, and Debb1e Hall, the yearbook wouldn 't have made it to the press. Thanks to everyone SHARA CHERRYHOLMES.

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CHESS TEAM

The Chess Team this year has not done as well as they hoped to . Their record was 2 - 2 - 1. The most valuable player was Mike Jones w1th a record of 3- 1 - 1. Other chess players were: Charles Overbee 2- 3 , Steve Stephens 3- 2, Jeff Florence 4 - 1, Derwin Hansard 1- 2, Bill Dodds 1 -0 . Chess Club members, top p1cture Row 1 Greg Adams, Steve Stephens, Derwin Hansard, Scott Borgerding, Row 2 Back, Jeff Florence, Mike Jones, Charles Overbee, Jeff Watk1ns, Scott Arnold .

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CHEERLEADERS

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Varstty Cheerleaders: Left to Right, Pat Lander, Anne Joefreda, Tamm ie Prewitt, Ann Wardlow, Sherry Roark, Julie Snoddy.

Reserve Cheerleaders: Left to Right, Mary Beth Rye, Chrtsttne Sheehan, Cary Karman , Trish Garrett, Brenda Smtth, Vickie Ftnke.

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In Action


MAJORETIES- FLAG CORPS.

Jon1 Frye

Michele Powell

Cary Karman

Flag Corps Members <left to nghtl : Debbie Reed , Melissa Fox, Capt. Cathy Joefreda, Tnsh Garrett Carla Taylor Rhonda Livingston, Mary Gilliam , K1m Cox.

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Charioteers Rebuild; l<atrina Hogan

First row: Shelly Maloney Captain Second row: Natalie K1dd , First Corporal; Katrina Hogan - First Sgt. ; Karen Brunton First Lieutenant, Angie NixSecond Sgt. Third row : Tammy Spencer, Luc1nda Stapelton; Pat Koehler; Lolita Sparks. Fourth row: K1m H1sle; Becky Mellot; Donna Campbell; V1ck1 Wood, Sherry Gooch . Adv1sor not pictured : Mrs. Gradel.

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Makes All- American Drill Team

T he drill team marched at every home football game and several of the away games w1t h the band. They also marched at two basketball games. Katnna Hogan tried out for and was accepted on the All American Coca Cola Drill Team.

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• The 1978- 79 WHS Marchmg Band was better than it has ever been They had 65 members marching, wh1ch IS one of the biggest bands WH S has ever had . They had a few firsts this year. The band had a drum major and also went to marching band compet1t1on They didn't place, but the expenence will help when they go back next year. The percussion and ftag g1rls also got new uniforms, wh1ch added to the appearance of the band To the right; Row 1 (I to rl ; M1chelle Powell, Cary Carmen, Dana Sp1tznogle, Jon1 Frye Row 2; Tommy S1mpson, Doug Combs, Greg Armstrong, Mike Wiley, Bryan H1sle, Paul Bernard, Cra1g Campbell , Lon Marnott. Row 3; Paula Walton, Pam Shutts, Tammy Jones, Anne Williams , Donna Campbell, Tammy Bentley, Becky Mellot, Chen Bayes, Connie La1rd Row 4; Steve Anderson , John Ghearing, Dale Edwards, Dean Edwards, Scott Klesk1 , Judy Bnggs, Eddie O' dell, Carl Walton , Ann Wardlow. Row 5; Katrina Hogan, Shara Cherryholmes, Bryan McK1nney, Mike Powel l, David Dunkin, Bobbie Jo Leyes, Rodney Robbins, Lisa Hazen , Pat Cassidy, Mary Dav1s, Kelli Stroop. Row 6; Matt Gheanng, Ern1e Morgan , Scott Gorsuch, Bobby Campbell, Brooks Horseman , Mike Lamb, Andre Roeder, Kelli Coy, Mr. Ling. director. Row 7 ; Mary Williams , Andy Engle, Sandy Gross, Glenda Cherryholmes, Mike Spencer. Row 8; Enc Hass, Steve Boggs, Doug Perdue, Kevm Fultz. Row 9; M1ssy Fox, Mary Gilliam, Debb1e Reed , Carla Taylor, Cathy Joefreda, Jeannie R1ce, K1m Cox.

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Stage Band

The two year- old WH S Stage band had a very good year. They were the pep band for most of the basketball games . Towards the end of the year, they part1c1pated 1n the Battle of the Bands, sponsored by the Clinton County Heart Assoc1at1on Of the four bands that competed, our stage band got second place and was awarded seventy- five dollars and a trophy. Let' s hope the 1979-80 Stage band IS even better Stage Band Row 1 , (I to r) Mary Dav1s, Dale Edwards, Katnna Hogan, Dean Edwards, Conn1e La1rd, Steve Anderson , Eric Hass, Mary Williams, Glenda Cheeryholmes, Row 2; Mike Powell, Ernie Morgan, Steve Boggs Bobby Campbell, Pat Cassidy Scott Gorsuch, Tommy Simpson, Jeff Vanderpool Doug Combs, Cra1g Campbell Mr. Ling


Concert Band

The 1978-79 WH S Concert band ts becom ing better every year They went to contest. getttng a rattng of excellent They played at the Spnng Concert, and also Graduatton Concert Band Row 1: <I to r) Tammy Jones Ernte Morgan, Ann Wardlow, Anne Williams, Sandy Gross, Pam Shutts, Steve Anderson, Judy Bnggs. Row 2, Kellt Coy, Becky Mellot, Tammy Bentley Connte Laird, Enc Hass, Jen t Rush , Kellt Stroop, Dana Spttznogle, Mary Gilliam, Scott Kleski , Dave Brady, Eddte O' dell, John Gheanng . Row 3 · Donna Campbell, Chns Colvin, Shara Cherryho lmes, Mary Davis, Steve Boggs, Davtd Dunktn, Ltsa Hazen, Pat Casstdy Katrina Hogan, Brian Mckinney, Bobbie Jo Leyes, Doug Perdue, Rodney Robbtns, Mary Williams, Andy Engel, Glenda Cherryholmes. Row 4; Mr Ling, Kevin Fultz, Mtke Wiley, Paul Bernard , Bnan Htsle, Doug Combs Cratg Campbell. Row 5; Andre Roeder, Mike Lamb, Brooks Horsemen Bobby Campbell, Scott Gorsuch. Not Ptctured Greg Armstrong , Cheri Bayes, Dale Edwards, Dean Edwards, Reed Madden Lori Marnott, Ken Osborn, Michele Powell Mike Powell , Tommy Stmpson , Mike Spencer. 97


DRAMA-ONE ACT PLAYS


SPRING CONCERT


W.H.S. IS ALIVE WITH

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Mana Ra1ner S1ster Berthe S1ster Margaretta The Mother Abbess Sister Soph1a Captam Georg von Trapp Franz Frau Schm1dt LiesI Fnedrich lOUISa

Kurt Bng1tta

Terri Arnold Pat Koehler Maria Vmt Cathy )oefreda Debb1e Hall Greg Polly Jeff Vanderpool M1chelle Powell Tammy Spencer Ernie Morgan Vicki Vair, Shan Mullins Alan Wardlow, Blake Smallwood Cady Haxton

Marta

Melissa Gradel , )am1e Brower

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Heather Maloney, Rhenee Sm1th

Rolf Gruber Elsa Schraeder Max Detweiler Herr Zeller Baron Elberfeld Adm1ral Von Schreiber

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Dav1d Dunkm Jenny F1sher Robert Rickey james Holzbauer Scott Arnold Kevm Fultz


THE SOUND OF MUSIC

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This year's musical production was "The Sound of Music." It was a difficult show to put on . There had to be a stage crew to move the elaborate scenery into place. There were a lot of fast costume changes.

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The nuns roasted in their multipieced habits. Some of the music was complicated . It was difficult to work with two casts of children . But with a lot of hard work and determination the cast put on an excellent show.

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How're Ya Gonna l<eep 'Em Down on the Farm Eleven students, accompan1ed by Mr. Dillon , toured France dunng Apnl , 1979 After earning money through an onion soup sale at the Sauerkraut Fest1val, a teddy bear raffle, and gourmet d1nner 1n the spring they flew to Paris for one of the greatest adventures of thm lives. After the 1nitial culture shock, the students quickly learned their way around Paris & became adept at traveling on the metro . Highlights of the tour 1ncluded a deluxe meal in a 3-star restaurant 10 Tours, renting bikes 1n the park at Versailles, races on the metro, fun in the hotel's elevator Sitting on the steps of Sacre Coeur Church hstenmg to folk songs, climbing the E1ffel Tower " Scope ' the Mona Lisa Pans 10 the Spnng .•. Pat getting pinchedl DuWayne's elusive Pas sport!

P1c above 10 front of the Arc de Triomphe. I to r Rob Karman, Liz Atkms, Pam Furnas, DuWayne Ra1nes, Mark Se1dle, Greg Polly, Jeff Se1dl, Robert Rye (behind Jeff), V1ck1 Finke, Pat Koehler, Rob Kronenberger (behind Pat) Upper nght, The Madeleme Church middle r., the Bird Market, r. & p. 105 upper left, the E1ffel Tower; p 105 upper r ., the French Club d1nner, middle, crossing a foot bndge over the flooding Se1ne; m1ddle 1., V1cki being lowered 1nto the Metro, bottom , I. to r., 10 a cafe on the Champs- Elysees; roller skatmg w1th poodle, in a bateau-mouche on the Seme R1ver.

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After They've Seen Paree?

Several of the students earned all of the1r money for the tnp; others had a lot of help from their parents, who supported the proJect all the way. Students had to have completed 2 years of French in order to be el1g1ble to go The students had fun but at the same t1me showed the general matunty needed for traveling abroad

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VOCAL MUSIC TAI<ES Mixed Chorus L to R: First Row Director: Mr. Gradel Tern Arnold Jom Frye, Becky Cook Tammy Spencer, Stefanie Clark. Debb1e Campbell, Jenny Rush, Pat Koehler, Brenda Smith Second Row Anne Joefreda, Cathy Johnson, Dana Sp1tznogle, Lon Walker, Lisa Schmidt, Sherry Atkins, Vicki F1nke, Debbie Hall, Margaret Peters, Mana Vint, G1na Young, Third Row Cathy JoeFreda, Trish Garrett, Alison Haxton , Angle Nix, Mary Dav1s, Christme Brown Jen1 Vinson, Anne Williams, Sherry Anderson, Connie Laird Cindy Gross, Sandy Armstrong, Fourth Row Ernie Morgan Mark Se1dl J1m Holzbauer, Jeff Vanderpool, Dav1d Dunkin, Paul Bernard, Enc Hass, Pat Lander, Rob Rickey, Kevin Fultz, Ed Hass.

Boys' Quartet L to R Top Row Dav1d Dunkin; Middle Row Jeff Vanderpool, Ern1e Morgan, Bottom Row Kev1n Fultz, J1m Holzbauer, Rob Rickey.

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Madngal L to R: Top Row Jeff Vanderpool , Ernie Morgan, Dav1d Dunkin, Eric Hass, Rob R1ckey, Jim Holzbauer; Middle Row Cathy Joefreda, Pat Koehler, Mary Davis, Dana Spitznogle; Bottom Row Stefanie Clark, Tammy Spencer Terri Arnold, Jenny Rush.

Tnple Tr10 L to R· Top Row - Pat Koehler, Cathy Joefreda; Middle Row Stefan1e Clark, Mary Davis, Dana Sp1tznogle; Bottom Row· Tammy Spencer, Jenny Rush, Maria Vint, Terri Arnold.


TOP STATE AWARDS

Men's Chorus L to R Top Row - Eric Hass, Ed Hass, Paul Bernard , Jeff Vanderpool, Pat Lander, Erme Morgan Bottom Row Mark Se1dl, J1m Holzbauer, Mark Kennedy, David Dunkin, Rob Rickey, Kev1n Fultz Girls' Chorus L to R: Top Row Cathy Joefreda, Tnsh Garrett, Mary Dav1s Jon1 Frye, Al1son Haxton, Anne William s, Dana Spitznogle, Brenda Smith, Connie Laird, Cindy Gross, Sandy Armstrong, Middle Row Anne Joefreda, Cathy Johnson Becky Cook, Lori Walker, Angle Nix, Vicki Finke, Pat Koehler, Debbie Hall, Mana V1nt; Bottom Row Tern Arnold, L1sa Schm1dt, Stefanie Clark, Tammy Spencer, Debbie Campbell, Margaret Peters, Jenny Rush, Jen1 V1nson, Gina Young

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Th1s year the distnct contest for cho1rs was held at Lebanon H S Waynesville's m1xed chorus and g1rls' chorus both received supenor rat1ngs The men's chorus was a new add1t1on to the cho1rs at W H S They received a rating of excellent. After receiving superior rat1ngs 1n district contest the mixed chorus and g1rls chorus went to state contest at M1am1 University 1n Oxford . The mixed chorus received a supenor rat1ng and the g1rls' chorus rece1ved an excellent rating. The contest for the special music groups and solo1sts was held at Lakota H S Madngal and Triple Trio both received excellent rat1ngs. The boys quartet rece1ved a rat1ng of supenor Outstanding solo1sts who rece1ved supenor ratings were Jeff Vanderpool and Ernie Morgan .

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CHRISTMAS CONCERT


F.H.A.

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Top Row Ernte Morgan, Pat Koeh ler, Rob Rickey; Bottom Row Jeff Howard, Alison Haxton, Janet Rush

Melissa Fox and Brenda Lohse went to the state F. H.A. meeting in Columbus .

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SENIORS OF '79 Here we are Seniors! We've made it; not without struggle, but we made it. This year there were ninety-five Seniors in the class of '79. We are close friends which helps in having fun at school. This year we did many things together. We had class paper drives, Spirit Week, the Home Coming Dance, football games, basketball games, pep assemblies, the Sweetheart Dance, and Senior Skip Day (almost every day!). Our year finally wound down to the prom. We were excited about our Senior prom; we selected as our prom theme and song, "Color My World." We also selected "Yesterday" as our class song, a white rose as our class ftower, and orange and white as our class colors. Our class began in 1966 and we grew together and shared many experiences. We can look back to this scroll and try to see a glimpse of these times. Our high school years are said to be the "Best Days of Our Lives," and as our Senior year ends, we do admit they have been the best years. As our final year ends our class motto comes to mind: "The past has gone and memories shall be, the future has come and memories we need."

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Class of '80 The Junior Class of 1978-79 cons1sts of 108 members There are 15 Juniors that attended the J.V S The Junior Class sponsored the Junior Sen1or Prom . They also helped out with the consession stand at the basketball games. The Junior Class Officers to the right are: Tammie Prewitt- Bus. Mgr., Tammy Jones Treasurer, Debbie Campbell - Bus. Mgr., Stephanie Clark Secretary, Allison Haxton- President, Cathy Joefreda- Vice President.

Rodney Akers Sandra Armstrong

Steve Ashmore Joyce Ballard Helen Banks Rob1n Beam

Mark Bishop Tony Bishop Arnie Buxton Debbie Campbell

Donna Campbell Donna Carter Lillian Carter Shara Cherryholmes

Stephanie Clark Kelli Coy Mark Creekmore Jeremy Dakin

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Jack1e Dav1dson Jenny Durbin Mike Dyer

Lisa Elam Patsy Elcook Jenny Fisher

Tim Franc1sco Chen Fntts M1ke Grice

Cindy Gross Debbie Hall Ed Hass

Allison Haxton Kim Hisle Scott Hoffman


Jim Holzbauer Brooks Horseman Scott Howard

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Becky Huffman Dale Hughes Dav1d Hurley

Anne Joefreda Cathy Joefreda Dav1d D Johnson

David W Johnson Mike Jones Tammie Jones

Cary Karman Larry Keller Mark Kennedy


Natalie Kidd V1to King

Roger Kronenberger Vincent Leyes Cheryl Lohse Janet McKalip

Greg M1ller Jill MISChl T1m Osborne Charles Overbee

Greg Polly Tammie Prew1tt Bill Pnce Rhonda Purkey

Steve Rains Donn1e Ramby Vickie Ray Randy Ridinger

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NEXT IN LINE • • • The Juniors are next in line for the big day- Graduation in May of 1980. The Junior Class showed a lot of spmt during the Spirit Week Competition that took place the week of the Homecom1ng game. They rece1ved first place for their highly decorated hall 1n the Hall Decoration Competition. They also received second place in the Spirit Week Competition The Jun1or Class also sponsored a horse show in the spring.

Tresa R1gney Mike Robertson

Mark Se1dl Chris Sheehan Thomas Slattery Chns Smead "

Vicki Smith Julie Snoddy Lam Ste1nhort Steve Stephens

Jeff Timmons Lori Walker Karen Wical George Winstead

Not Pictured: Bill Aycock, Brad Baker, Helen Banks, Joyce Ballard, Chnst1ne Brown, Dawn Duncan, Rob1n Estep, Barb Frye, Ty Hathaway, Dan Hollandsworth, Tom Huey, Shern Kerr, Tern K1dd, Anthony Lamb, Eddie Lamb, Shayne Lamb, Jeff Lamb, Scott Lamb, Tracy Lindsey, Eugene Malicoat, Mike Mischi, Mike Morley, Margaret Peters. Arlene Wright Jeff Vanderpool

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The Young · And The Restless Class of '81 Mark Adams Patnna Adams Bonn1e Alford Sherry Anderson Steve Anderson Scott Borgerding

Kelly Boyce Teresa Brown Bobby Campbell Allen Carter Paul Carter Cra1g Coffman

Teresa Coffman Den1se Colvin Doug Combs David Cornett Brad Couch Wayne Couch

Todd Cunningham Mary Dav1s Dean Edwards Dale Edwards Melissa Edwards Tina Ferguson

Vicki Finke Jack1e Fisher Ceyrrae Foust Melissa Fox Tony Fox Joni Frye

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Tnsh Garrett Scott George Mary Gilham Sherry Gooch Derwm Hansard Teresa Harnson

Tracy Hawk Rayce Henson

Rick Hillard Katrina Hogan

Brad Howard Rob Karman

Rhonda Keegan Pat Koehler Rob Kronenberger Connie Laird Pat Lander Nathan Lawless

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Rhonda Livingston Brenda Lohse David Madron Jon Mellott

Dan Mercer Phillip Merris Enc Messer Ernie Morgan

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Angela Nix Greg Patterson Todd Patton Gloria Penrod

Sharon Pettit Teresa Phipps Jeff Pittman Michelle Powell Sherri Pnce DuWayne Rains

Rob Ramby Kathy Randolph Tim Reed Jeannie Rice Randy Roark R1chard Robbms

Jenny Rush Mary Beth Rye

Not p1ctured Dean Blair, Treva Brown Leigh Anne Bursey, Tina Farley, Matt Ghearing, Jeff Hickey, Tonya Hobbs, Susy Huffman, Sonja King, Jeff Lamb, Dan Maynard, Karen Pursely, Alan Russel, Jeff Seidl, Darryl Sizelove, Ryan Stapleton, Randy Taylor, Darrell Wilder, Vicki Woods, Glen Yancey, Scott Isaacs.

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Class officers: Robb Karman- Bus . Man., Trish Garrett Sec., Dana Spitzn ogle Pres., An n Wardlow- Bus. Man., Mary Davis- Treas., Vicki Finke- V. Pres.

Tom Simpson Brenda Smith Lolita Sparks Tammy Spencer Dana Spitznogle Terri Stephens

Brian Thacker Mark Tidwell Darrell Wahsum Paula Walton Ann Wardlow Jeff Watkins

Becky Weeks Art Wiley Dana Wilkerson Anne Williams Gina Young Tonya Young


The Rookies • • • Class of 82

Greg Adams Mary Agee

Cindy Allen Scottie Arnold Andy Banks Steve Begley

Johnett Benson Paul Bernard Steve Boggs Bruce Boll1ng

Mary Boiling Kathy Booher Greg Brannock Judith Bnggs

Jeff Brown Mike Bunnell Craig Campbell Lisa Campbell Donna Chattin Chris Chenoweth

Glenda Cherryholmes Mark Clark James Clark James Coffman Lisa Coffman Chns Colvin

Beckey Cook Anita Dakin Shelly Dav1sson Tony Dav1s David Deters Tawny D1ls

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Dav1d Dunkin Kim Eak1ns B1ll Elam

Melissa England Jamie Ferguson Tom Firman

Jeff Florence Kevin Fultz M1ke Gadd

Jeff George Jeff Gillis Scott Gorsuch

Sandy Gross Janet Haltom Enc Hass

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Rodney Isaacs Dan Johnson J im Johnson Dons Jones Penny Jones Jenny Jordan Far left Class OfficersFront; Steve Roark, president, Back; Penny J:>ne~ , secretary, Scott Gorsuch, vice- president, Janet Rush, treasurer. 141


Robert Keegan K1rk Kennedy Kimberly K1dd

Trac1 K1dd Duane Knisley Karen Kmsley

M1chele Kronenberger Rusty Kuriger Allison Lamb

Tev1s Lew1s Bobbie Leyes Harold Long

Tammy Lynch Laura Madden William Madison

Rob Malicote Jeff Mahcote Jeff McKalip

Bryan McKinney Rebecca Mellot Jeff Miller

Robert Neace Jeff Newsome Kenneth Osborne

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Freshmen Bring Premium Prices At Slave Auction. Brenda Page Vincent Peak Billie Peters

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Eric Raasch Dawn Rasnake Kevin Rathweg Mark Ratliff

Scott Ray Marcus Rice Michael Richards Steve Roark

Paul Robbins Janet Rush Pamela Scherer Darrell Sharp

Tracy Shelton Shane Shively Pam Shutts Karen S1zelove Mike Smead Eileen Smith

Usa Smith Lucinda Stapleton Carla Taylor Troy Timmons Tracy Waltz Mary Williams

Darrel Woods Kelly Worthington Becky Young Bill Young Kevin Yonker

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What A Wild Kingdom

CLASS OF '83' Greg Armstrong Ang1e Bauer Chene Bayes Tammy Bentley Jimmy Bishop Robin Blackburn Edgar Brown Jodi Buckland J1m Carpenter Mary Chattin Sandy Clark Debbie Cook Chuck Crone Michele Didion Andy Engel Julian Farley Lon Foust Mike Fox Aaron Frye John Gheanng Phillip Gibson Mike G1ll1am Scott Graham Rodney Gruber M1ke Hall Jeff Hamson Fay Hatfield Patty Hayes Lisa Hazen Todd Hoffman Bruce Hogan Lisa Humphrey Debbie Isaacs Joe Isaacs Janna Jones Tom Karmen Jeff Keegan Jennifer Keller Scott Kennedy Angel Kmg Scott Klesk1 Pam Koehler Melinda Kronenberger Rose Mary Kruer Eric Kuras T1m La1rd Claud1a Lamb Mike Lamb Pleasie Lamb Karen Lindsey Kenny Lowe Melissa Marconet Lisa Marriott Gina Martin

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Cindy Meece Donnie Miller Lonnie Miller Michele Noser Jimmy Nix Eddie Odell Charles Parks C1ndy Patrick Troy Patton Doug Perdue Tim Peyton Cathy Phipps K1m Pnce Kurt Purkey K1m Pursley Mike Ramby Knstma Rathweg Mark Reed Cindy Reeves Cheryl R1ce Donna R1gney Rodney Robbins Chnsty Rockhold Don Rockhold Andre Roeder Donna Ruse Tommy Sacket Wendy Schmidt Chip Sigmund Hubert Singer Patnck South Mike Spencer Cheryl Stephens Lori Stoneburner Kelli Stroop Henry Toedtman Julie Waddell Carl Walton Walker Winkler Eric Wilson Mike Wmstead Russell Winstead Carla Wright Ray Wnght Lisa Younker Not Pictured Vickie Amburgey Penny Burnell Doug Caudill Steve Gingerich James Gnce Jeff Polley

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A Bunch of Little Rascals • • • Jennifer Agee Ronme Alford Cindy Anderson Allen Begley Tammy B1ggs Timothy Biggs Tonya Biggs Richard Bryant Cindy Buckland Allison Buckle Diana Bumgardner Tom Carter Loretta Casebolt Steve Casada Tray Casada J1mmy Chnstman Mike Coffman Jeff Coleman Johnny Collins Allan Cook Lee Cornett Melanie Coy J1mmy Deters Scott Dunn Kathy Eakins Pam Egbert Kev1n Elcook Doug Elliot David Evans Jenni Finke Robert Fisher Patty Fritts Richard Gibson David Ginocchio Colleen Hatton Charles Hawk Cady Haxton Chns Henderson Mike Hess Sheila Hollan Linda Hollandsworth David Horseman Delmer Isaacs Lisa Isaacs Mark Jofreda Mandy Johnson Teresa Johnson Greg Jones Donna Keegan Lisa Kerr John Kidd Cmdy King Jod1 Kmg Bnan Koch Ken Kurtz Jenn1fer Lamb Paul Lamb Pauline Lamb Scott Lander Jeff Larch

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THE CLASS OF '84' Angela Lawson David Lewis Angela Liffick Lisa Loehrig Kevin Maloney Jenny Martin Shern Matter Melissa McKeever Steve Meece Brenda Melton Carter Merns Carl Miller Tony Miller Tammy M1n1ard Dav1d Montag Marty Morgan Steve Morgan Beth Myers Ed Orr Jeff Osborne J1m Patton Casey Peak Tracey Peak Danny Peters Karen Petit Dee Dee Plumer Angela Ramsey Bryan Ray Jeff Reed C~ndy Rish Deanna R1ce Rodney R1ce Jeff Ross Mark Rush Tina Satterfield Angela Scott David Shafer Stac1 Shaffer Dav1d Sheehan Dan Shellenbarger Leslie Shelton Lisa Shelton Beckey Sh~nkle Debbie Shuler Dan Shultz Kristine S1gmund Blake Smallwood Rhoschel Sm th Carl Stivers Darla Taylor Vickie Va1r Mark Wampler Alan Wardlow Michele Wiley

Mike Wiley Matt Wolfe Randy Wright

Not Pictured: Donna Dodds Russel McGu1re Robin Smith Vickey Amburgey Troy Jackson Lynda Ramsey Lyn Riddle Larry Whipkey

Kim Bradey Rhonda Burnell Phillip Hubbell Enc Jackson Holly Ratl1ff Charlie Wampler Rodney Arthur David Ward Rhonda Wnght 149


Leavin' Romper Rooms Behind • • • Sherri Adams Rodney Amburgy Angela Arthur Rodney Bailey Debbie Baker Dav1d Boggs Steve Boggs Curt Booher Dwan Burgess Clifford Caldwell Mike Cassidy Steve Coffman Dean Cook Laurie Cook Calv1n Crutchfield Jeff Crutchfield Tnsha Oils Sk1p Duncan Jimmy Elam Jarome Farley Tomi Farley Gary Ferguson Larry Ferguson John Fillmore Teresa Forsythe Robert Frederick Chris Freeman Gerald Freeman Don Fueston Gail Halton

Heather Hass Scott Hathaway Jul1e Henderson Tim Hoffer Jeff Isaacs John Isaacs Tonya Jackson Mane Kronenberger Keith Lamb Dawn Lander Kev1n Lawless Kev1n Lawson M 1chelle Litherland Linda L1vmgston Becky Malay Lisa Manning R1ta Marconet Gene McNutt Tom McNutt William Merns

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Class of '85' Debbie Messenger Doug M iller Kelly Miltenberger Melanie Moser Shan M~llins Bryan Patton Ronn1e Pelfrey Leroy Phipps Robert Pnbly Dewayne Purkey Shan Ramby Larry Randolph Deanne Rasnake Steve Reed Cathy Robertson Tonya Robertson Tonya Roeder Jeanne Rohrback Steve Ryan Barbara Scherer Ch1p Schmidt Renee Scott Darla Sharp Greg Shellenbarger Todd Smith

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Young Spartans Roll

R. 1; Mgr. Mike Winsted, Mgr Dan Peters, John Collins, Mike Coffman, Ronnie Alford, John Kidd, Jeff Larch, Alan Wardlow, Brian Coch , Matt Wolf, Phil Hubbell, Tim B1ggs, Ed Orr. R. 2: Rich Bryant, Rodney Gruber, Scott Lander, Scott Graham, T1m La1rd, Kurt Purkey, M1ke Ramby, J1mmy Deters, Mark Joefreda, Carter Merri s. R 3: Rayce Henson (staU , J1m Philpot <coach) , Jeff Osborne Phillip G1bson; Jim Nix, Tim Peyton, Donme Miller, Chuck Crone Donny Rockhold , Julian Farley, Russell Winsted, Mike Gill iam, Chuck Parks, Lonnie Miller, Mike Hess, Jerry Henson (coach) , Mgr Chris Henderson . It was a season of superlatives! The 1st team defense was NEVER scored on ; the offense was the highest scoring in the school 's history. The highlight of the season was defeat of Springboro in a muddy no- contest. 'Boro could only score late against our 2nd team & 7th graders. " We not only beat 'em, we put it to ' em," said Coach Philpot. " This was probably the hardest hitting ball club we've ever had," he continued ' Some of the h1ts were as hard as any High School team could muster " ' Nobody came close to them they killed everybody they played .", said H S. Coach Mescher.

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To Undefeated Season! "They are a bunch of super athletes if we can keep them eligible and interested," said Mescher The offensi ve line (including Perdue, Gibson, Nix, the Millers, Parks, Bryant, Farley) didn 't get the credit it deserved," he sa1d. All of the 7th & 8th graders not in basketball were active 1n the off-season cond1t10ning program . The top defensive lineman was Donny Rockhold (who also gained 468 yards). Lonnie

Miller was best offensive lineman . Most improved was Chuck Crone. MVP was Russell Winsted (162 YDS . per game rushing). Leadership award: Julian Farley. Comments from some players: Most off-s1des. Scott G.; best score w. cheerleaders: Tim P.; Most belly womps Scott Lander!

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Physical Spartans Dominate League And Tourney! " The most physical team I ever coached in Jr. High! They didn' t back off from anybody. But they were a hard bunch to coach because they had a lot of bottled-up energy," said Coach Philpot. " Even in scrimmage, the s1des would fight each other to w1n . They hated to lose because they' re a winning-type ball club." The 8th graders crushed 15 opponents in a high-performance season . Their only loss was avenged in the Cedarville Invit. Tourney finals against a fast Yellow Sprs. team. The awards were: Most Improved, Tom Sackett; Offensive trophy, Russ Winstead; Defensive trophy & top rebounder, Doug Perdue. The players ' favorite dri ll was running the black line.


Season Is 15-1!

The final tourney game: we trailed 3 qtrs; they looked like they'd blow us out because of outside shooting. In the fourth qtr., the game turned largely

• because we were in better condition. A pressing , fast-break club, we just turned loose and won it. Perdue & Sackett (the playmakerl were the top tourney players. "You can 't hate a ball club with a winn ing attitude like theirs" said Philpot. Photo indent.: L. to R. Tom Sackett, Mike Gilliam, Lonnie Miller, Chuck Crone, Doug Perdue, Julian Farley, Phil Gibson, Russ Winsted, Don Rockhold, Kurt Purkey. Back: Coach Philpot, Mgr. Mike Fox, Mgr. Edgar Brown, Rodney Robbins (stats), Coach Henson. Congratulations to the team and coaches for their successful season!

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SEVENTH GRADE STARTS SLOW; IMPROVES Front, I to r ., Dan Peters, Alan Wardlow, Phil Hubbell, John Kidd, Chris Henderson , Mgr. Brian Koch; R. 2, Ron Alford, David Evans, Tim Biggs, Ed Orr, Jim Deters, Mike Hess; R. 3, Ken Kurtz, Jeff Coleman, Kevin Elcook, Jim Patton, Mr. Tony Hampton, Coach Lack of experience and discipline hurt the 7th graders early in the season. After learning how to listen better, they came on at the end of the season to take 2nd place in the Greeneview Tournament. Season record : 3- 12

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JR. HIGH GIRLS SHOW TALENT

R. I, I. to r., Debbie Cook, mgr., Diana Bumgardner, Angie Bauer, Lynn Riddle, Julie Waddell, Mgr. R. 2, Janna Jones, Leslie Shelton, Cindy Anderson, Lisa Hazen . R. 3 Wendy Anderson, Holly Ratliff, Melissa McKeever, Lisa Isaacs. R. 4, Darla Taylor, Lori Stoneburner, Mary Chatton, Colleen Hatton.

Mrs. Bourne coached the Junior High gtrls' basketball teams to a successful season this year. The varstty team had a 5- 7 record while the reserves were 5- 5. Highlighting the season were victories over Uttle Miami (42 - ll and Yellow Spnngs (63-2). Injunes affected several of the late season games. Thanks to Rick Hazen for actton photos on this page.

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Cheerleaders

Volleyball

Above: 8TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS I tor., row 1 , Pam Koeh ler, Melin da Kronenberger, Kris Rathweg, top, Rose Mary Kruer, G1na Martin Advisor, Mrs. Watson (not p1c.l Left: 7TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS, do1ng splits IS Tina Satterfield, middle row, I. to r , Brynn Ray, Donna Keegan, Angela Liffick; Top Patti Fritts Below: JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL TEAM , Kneeling, I. to r , Jenny Mart1n, Diane Bumgardener Cady Haxton, Lori Stoneburner, Christy Rockhold Angie Bauer, Jenny Keller, Lisa Shelton, Leslie Shelton . Back row, I. to r ., Coach Tony Hampton, Lisa Isaacs, Kelly Stroop Cheryl Stephens, Wendy Anderson, Colleen Hatton, Cathy Eak1ns, Cheri Bayes, Lynn Riddle. This was the first year for Junior High Volleyball. The vars1ty had a winning season with a 5- 4 record . wh ile the reserves broke even at 4- 4. Mr. Hampton was pleased with the enthusiasm and efforts of the first-ever volleyball team P 159 , bottom three pictures: Left pic. 6th grade spellmg bee participants, front, Kelly Miltenburger (county champ!), David VanHoose; back, Dawn Lander, Greg Spears, Shari Mull ins M iddle pic. 7th graders, front, Alan Wardlow, Steve Morgan, back, Angie Scott, Missy McKeever. R1ght, 8th graders Patrick South Patti Hayes, Tim Peyton Thanks to Mrs Watson for the 8th gr cheerleader' s pic.


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Kneeling , I. to r., Debb1e Cook Leslie Shelton Cherie Bayes, L1sa Shelton Sherry Matter Angela l.Jffick, Jenni F1nke Lynn Riddle. R. 2, L1sa Humphrey <no . 42) , Ang1e Bauer, Patti Hayes, Wendy Schm1dt, Jenny Martin L1sa Isaacs Kr•s Rathweg . Back Jenny Ke ler Mrs Shirley Ames (coach) Kr sty Rockhold Kim Pnce Karen Brady Lor· Stoneburner Pam Koehler, Mmdy Kronenberger. After 1os1ng the first 2 meets the Jr. H1gh G1rl' s Team came on strong to end the season 2 & 2. Coach Ames enjoyed working w1th the g1rls and felt that they all learned a lot together. The weather cancelled a number of pract1ces, but the team made a good account of 1tself. H1gh achievement award was g1ven to Melinda Kronenberger and the award for most 1mproved went to Lisa Shelton .

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Kneeling, I. to r., Mark Rush, Carter Merns, John Kidd, Scott Kennedy, Mgr. John Gheanng, Mgr. Jeff Carter. R. 2, Coach Darell Watson, T1m Duff, David Evans, M1ke Hess, Scott Klesk1, Rodney Robb1ns, Jeff Osborne, Tim B1ggs, Russell Winsted . R. 3, Lonn1e Miller, Ph ll1p Gibson, Chuck Crone, Don Rockhold Doug Perdue, Richard Bryant, Chuck Parks Coach Watson was well-pleased overall w ith the Jr. High Boy' s Team this season . The team set high goals and stnved to reach them At the Warren County Meet, wh1ch mcludes the larger schools, the young Spartans WENT AFTER IT! They came 1n 2nd narrowly losing to Carlisle. At the meet, the Spartans set a record in the new 440 relay (50 8 sec l They took 4 first out of 13 events (440 relay, 220 yd . dash Winsted, Long JUmp- L. Miller, 100 yd dash- Wmstedl. The h1gh achievement award went to Russell Winsted while the most improved award went to Carter Merns. Congratulations Spartans!

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Misc. Awards

Upper left-hand picture: Ernie Morgan and Tammy Spencer received the outstanding Soph . Chorus award. Right-hand picture: Robert E. Rickey received the Robert Bernard Award. D1strict Tests: Greg Polly placed second in the District & 8th in the State in the llth grade English test. Chris Smead placed sixth in the District in American History. Dale Edwards placed 7th in the District in Geometry. Pat Cassidy placed 7th in the District in Geology. Janet Rush took ninth in the District in the 9th grade English test.

Pat Lander was League, District, & Regional Champion on the 3-m . springboard in the 78-79 season. He finished fourth on the 3-meter board in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. He made the U.S. traveling team which leaves June 2 for San Antonio for 2 wks. on June 15, the 22 divers will leave for Maribo, Denmark for the Denmark Invitational. June 25 is the Norway Cup in Tronsberg, Norway; the U.S. team will compete against Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Egypt, Kuwait, & England. He will then go to Ronnelty, Sweden for the Swedish Cup.

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Dav1d Dunk1n was selected for the American Youth in Choir. The A.Y .C. will be travelmg for 6 weeks through Italy, Au stria, England, Switzerland, & France. Mr. Gradel recommended David to the AYC . In the audition 2 songs were used, " All Ye Who Music Love," & "Roving Gambler." The purpose of the concert tour is to show other countnes America' s talents. Congratulations to David! Far upper left hand picture· Greg Polly is rece1v1ng an Honorable Ment1on 1n the Kodak Student Wntmg Contest. Upper nght hand p1cture: Dav1d Dunkin Left hand p1cture: Cathy Joefreda 1s hold1ng the Arion Award for the outstanding vocalist. Lower left hand p1cture: Tern Aronld was presented w1th the outstanding vocalist 1n the play Far lower left hand picture Scott Gorsuch 1s holding the Director' s Award , to his left Shara Cherry holmes was presented w1th the outstanding Jun1or Musician Award, Bobby Campbell was presented with the outstanding Sophomore Musician Award , and Chns Colvin was presented w1th the outstanding Freshmen M usic1an Award. Lower nght hand p1cture these people were awarded w1th the Amencan Leg1on , Amencan1sm and Government Award , Tim FranCISCO at the far left of the picture rece1ved for the th1rd stra1ght year for having the highest score of the boys 1n the Jun1or class Cary Karman received the same award for having the highest score out of the g1rls 1n the Jumor class, Derw1n Hansard rece1ved the award for the second straight year for having the highest score of the boys in the Sophomore class.

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The 107th annual commencement exerc1ses took place on May 27, 1979 with 99 graduating Sen1ors. Jeff Howard welcomed families & fnends K1m Cox (lst 1n class), Diana Wahsum (2nd) & Larry Bagford (3rd) spoke; Awards were presented by Mr. Williams & Mr Schwam berger (see p. 170); there was mus1c; the diplomas were given and suddenly the Class of 1979 became alumni.

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GRADUATION AWARDS HOME EC K1m Cox SOC. STUDIES K1m Cox ENGLISH Tracy Ltndsey MATH - D1ana Wahsum OUTSTANDING MUSICIAN Tern Arnold OUTSTANDING VOCATIONAL STUDENTBecky Deters ACTIVITIES Sherry Roark CITIZENSHIP D1ana Wahsum 3RD IN CLASS Larry Bagford SALUTATORIAN Diana Wahsum VALEDICTORIAN K1m Cox 6 YR PERFECT ATTENDANCE Rob R1ckey MARY L HARTSOCK AWARD Tamm1e Prew1tt RAYMOND F. HATFIELD AWARD Robert Rye SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS HONOR SOCIETY S Roark ROTARY CLUB L Bagford LIONS CLUB S Roark, L Marnott, D Wahsum ROBT L BERNARD R Rickey OHIO REGENTS L Bagford J BRENT CRANE T Arnold JAYCEES J V1nson BLACKHORSE REG T Arnold MT. ST. JOSEPH L. Atkins OHIO REGENTS CERTIFICATES <MERIT) : H. Gorsuch R Rye S Roark , D. Wahsum

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Mon-Thurs 2:30-11:00 Friday 2:30-1:00 Saturday 12:00-1:00 Sunday 12:00-11:00

897-5511

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "79" From the Owners and Staff at:

UNKLE JOHNS PLACE The Latest in Foosball Tables, Pool, Pinball

Hours Not Valid During Summer Months.

86 SOUTH MAIN ST. WAYNESVILLE, OH 45068

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B & B FARM MARKET Phone : 897-5518

1h mile east of Route 48

on Route 73

Groceries, Picnic Supplies, Beer, Wine, Bait, Vegetables, Fruit

Ic c E I CAESAR CREEK ENTERPRISES 513- 897 - 5016

GENERAL STORE AND BAIT SHOP Corner of Route 73 and Main Street 355 South Main Street P.O. Box 455 Waynesville, Ohio 45068

Marine Supplies • Camping Supplies Picnic Supplies • Ice • Tackle • Live Bait • Sporting Goods Ordering System

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Best Wishes To The Class Of 1979

FRED HUBBELL School Board Member

FRED KBBEY

CHEVROLET/ OlDSMOBIL£

201 5 Broadway Lebanon. Oh 1o 45036 LOCI

932-5015

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621-5165

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422-0216

222-2606

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FUND RAISING DISTRIBUTOR -

PIZZA

Now there is a local company to assist with your group's money making projects. NO MORE LONG DISTANCE CALLS! NO MORE RETURN SHIPPING EXPENSES! NO MORE HASSLES! Call us at: 434-7801 or stop and see our full line of brand nome products at : 9462 Lebanon Pike Centerville. Ohio

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GOOD LUCK SPARTANS

Carriage Realtors DAYTON

AREA'S

GERRY RAASCH

-

FINEST

BROKER

FOR ESTIMATE OF MARKET EVALUATION OF YOUR REAL ESTATE CALL:

CALL

897-2843 433-2264 Dayton Line

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Congratulations Class of '79 from

HENDERSON'S DAIRY CORNER

DAYTON

WAYNESVILLE

885-4259

897-3383

\V~YNESVILLE BODY SHOP "OLD FASHIONED (JUALITY WITH MODERN SERVICE"

137 N . U.S. 42 WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 45068

N EIL GR E EN

Summer Hours 11:00 t o 11:00 Corner Rt. 73 & Main St.

897 -3555

•T-shirts • • • •sweat shirts •nylon . k t5 •schooiJac e

Many stocK designs to choose frorn Phone 433-4840

Individual-Groups-Bus iness Custom work our specialty Centerville .. At. 48 South p

Across from Elder Beerman Open Daily except Sunday

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"SPARTANS OUR SPECIALTY"

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Congratulations Seniors from

COMPLIMENTS OF

THORTON'S CREAM DELIGHT

A FRIEND

Call in orders 897-4916

Dee's Spouting Serv.

Dillon~

Farm Mkt.

Continuous Aluminum Gutters Srri":')bDro

~ Mile .5oc.c tJ. of CHI ~ 1

Free Estimates

.-Fresh ~tablrs ,n season.

Our Business is Built on Customer Satisfaction

8442 N. St. Rt. 42 Waynesville , Ohio 897-1426

W L NELL INSURANCE ASSOCIATES 23 South Main Waynesville

Aluminum Siding

Owner- DEE YOUNG

a~

p, ;nt;ng Compony

127 NORTH STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 45068 PHONE 513-897-4036

Beatty's Electronic Shop 120 S. Broadway 932-3025

Best Wishes Class of '79

People's Building and Loan 38 Marvins Ln., Waynesville 897-3306

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UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

~~~~caesar Creek~~~~

~···················~ 1163 SA 13 West • Wilmirutton. Ohio 45111

L.L. YOUNG

North & 3rd Sts.

Sunday School 9:00 Worship 10:10 Summer Worship 8 :00 and 10:00 Youth 7:00

Situated on Interstate 71. exit 45. • Enjoy ease of Parkin~ in over 3.000 sPaces • Oel~ht in wide selection of Produce. antiques. crafts. collectabl~s. memorabilia. etc. disPlaYed in hundreds of booths • Find Yourself amazed at the barstains available • Select from a varietY of foods and snacks at the convenientlY located concession stands • Have availabilitY of larste. modern. and clean restroom facilities • Amuse Yourself in the excitinst aame rooms

The church with the future in mind .

AUfOGRAPHS

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Signing Off •

We 've kept thmgs 1n focus; We' ve seen our job through: The photos are printed: The copy's in too! This is our sign - off; we're tak1ng a bow The hard work is over; we're w1p1ng our brow In 19 and 80 we'll broadcast again. We thank you for watching and tun1ng us in ...

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Taking A Bow!


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