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''1988'' KTC CHAMPS SPORTS

The 1988 partan consosted of the followong member (front row, left to nght) cheerleader ¡ Jenno Cessna. Angela Prewitt, Laura Morgan, Kim Kleski, Vanessa Vaor, and Charlotte ampbell. (second row) Davod Prewott, Chad Reeve , Tim Wilham , Jack Whote tone, and Bryan Wilson (thord row) Tim Bow. Jeff Harner, Matt VanHoooe, Bret Jame) n. Joe Ande,.,on, Dalla Holland, and Ken Gn mer (fourth row) Jamoe andhn, Rex Kunger, Rob Kallage, Perry tile., Kyle Dooley. Jay 0 born. Don Booher. and Jeff Brown (fifth row) Brad Ruggles, Tom Adams, Mike Young. Davod Swartzel, Joe Frednck . hane Moller, Tom Bogg . Curt eorge, and Brad Stiles (top row) A o tant coaches. Jom Philpot, Carl Longworth, and Doug Mecher Head coach: Tim Gabbard and traoners: Cindy Gabbard, Losa Grahm, Jenny Wentworth, and Jeanne Jameyson. (Below) Front. Davod Prewitt, Tim William> Back: Jack Whole tone, Bryan Wilson. and Chad Reeves.

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The Wayne ville High School Football team had a powerful year. Coach Gabbard and staff had high hopes due to a great number of returning lettermen. Wayne ville started the ea on off by avenging one of their three lo es the previou eason with Tim Williams's field goal for a 3-0 win. Waynesville mis ed the playoff by ten pts. We fini hed 6th. in

the computer rankings. One of the most outstanding moments happened on Oct. 14, 1988. Tim Williams kicked a 57 yrd. field goal to break the state record. All State: Jeff Harner. Special Mention: Jack Whitestine. Honorable Mention: Joe Ander on. Most Improved Player: Matt VanHoose. Outstanding Player Rob Kallage. P.H.D.: Tim William .

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"I felt really good! Because it wa a thing that I really wanted to accomplish before the ea on was over."

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''COACH OF THE YEAR 1988''

Tim Gabbard, Wayne ville' head football coach for the past five year was honored as the divi ion four outhwestern Ohio "coach of the year." Mr. Gabbard ha a five year record of 34-16, and he has won the KE TO TRACE CO FERENCE three time , including this ea on. Gabbard has the help of three assistant coache : Jim Philpot, Carl Longworth, and Doug Mescher. It i w1th the help of these people and coach Gabbards time that makes the football team a pecial one. We would like to congratulate Gabbard on "coach of the year" and wish him the be t of luck next year.


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Joe Anderson Tim Boggs

Dallas Hollan Bret Jamey on

Jack Whitestine

Ken Grismer Jeff Harner

David Prewitt Chad Reeves

Tim William Bryan Wilson


TEEING IT OFF

The golf team was led by four seniors this year. Dale Campbell a returning senior along with Ryan Campbell, Perry Purkey, and Jason St. Pierre. This year was also a first at Waynesville High. April Drake was the fir t girl to join the golf team. She was a contribution to the team. The rest of the team consisted of Rob Philips,

Chad Corwin, Steve Clark, Craig Dinn, Clay Dinn, Kenny Garret, and a than Keans. There will be many returning players next year so Have A Great Season.

Sports

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''1988'' LADY SPARTANS VOLLEYBALL SPORTS

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There were three eniors on the "1988" volleyball team this year. (leftto-right). Geneva I aacs, Jenny Elton, and Shannon Coffman. They all three were two year starters on the var ity squad.


The reserve and varsity volleyball teams consisted of the following members: (sitting left-ro-right). Geneva Isaacs, Jenny Elton, and Shannon Coffman. (kneeling left-to-right). Jackie Richardson, Twila Knisley, Jeanne Jameyson, Brenda Vincent, Candi Pummil, Nicole Phipps, Jamie Cook, Mindy Schryver, Kelly Bellman, and Tammy Manning. (standing left-to-right). reserve coach Jamie George, Carmen Feilds, Heather Wampler, Tara Williams, Kirstie Stencil, Kristenne Robinson, icole Hartman, Bethany Elliott, Robyn Hodge, and varsity coach Rod Weirauch.

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When we all worked together as a team. I liked when we all got psyched up.

The lady spartans finished their season with a total of eight wins and twelve losses. The girls played well together eventhough they faced a tough schedule. They defeated Greater Cincinnati Christian in the first round of the tournament, and were then defeated by St. Bernard in the second round. There were three ladies that made KTC ALL-LEAGUE this year. Jenny Elton received ALL-LEAGUE, Shannon Coffman received HO O R A BLE ME T IO , and Jackie Richardson received HO O R A BLE ME TIO also. Awards at the fall banquet were presented to Jenny Elton, Shannon Coffman, and Jackie Richardson. They were coached again by R od Weirauch, who state , " I was proud of the way both the var ity and re erve played as team players through out the season."

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The Reserve cheerleaders were Sandera Hartsock, Li a Litherland, Angie Binion, Heather Head, Ashlea Florence, and Holly Head

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SENIORS

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SPORTS: WORLD SPORT GROWING ATWHS The 19 ">O<:ccr team fin"hcd 9·3 1n the ,c.-on v>~th lt1c. The) v.on 2 game' 1n the tournament The e.change student from 'v.eden. Carl Johan"on helped pu'h the partan to a o,:tctorious. ea on enJO)tng the mcncan game of \OC'cr and commcnttng. "It .... much hke pla)mg football '" cdcn ..

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Team members this year were: (First Row) Jim Shuler, David Clark, Kevin McCann, Doug Campbell, Rob tile , Matt McCann. ( econd Row) ndy Lawrence, David Ashmore, Linn Mu elin, Joe Carter, Curt Pack, Matt Johnson, Chri Cherne ky, Carl Johan on, Coach Doug Campbell r., ot pictured: Jeff Sesslar, Brian Phillips.


SPARTAN POWERLIFTERS EXCEL The Spartan Po.. erhfung Team completed an e•tremely ue<essful 19M9 sea n, compeung at 6 regoonal meet pnor to the 'tate ronal• tn Kenton. Ohoo. K)le Dooley led the team l'lth 6 consecut.-e I t place a"'ard and a 2nd place fin~>h. ,.here he also ~~eta ne,. tate rewrd on the bench pres Jeff Bro,.n, Jamoe . ndhn and Ke· von Doole) also lofted at all the meet and placed and receoved a,.ard at every regoonal

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SPIRIT WEEK

Spirit Week of 1988 wa filled with lots of excitement. The week included Hat and Tie Day, P J Day, (many tudents and teachers had lot of pirit thi day, Mr. Moore), Heavy Metal Day (which for ome, it didn't need to be expressed), In ide Out Day, and of course the traditional Orange & Black Day. The Powder Puff Game was held on Thur day mght, followed by the Bomb Fire, where the Cheerleader and the Band "tried" to get us enthu ed about Friday ights Game!!

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HOMECOMING '88-'89

enior Attendants left to right are Mike Litherland and Tesi McBain, Jack White tine and Connie McCloud, David Prewitt and Angie Prewitt, Todd Cook and Kim Kleski, Ken Grismer and Laura Morgan. Above: Fre hman Attendants Shane Miller and Traci Abner, ophomore Attendant Jason Praeter and Jeanne Jameyson.

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TODD & ANGIE REIGN

Above: Junior Attendants Rob Kallage and There a Bogg . King & Queen for the 1988 Homecoming was Todd Cook and Angie Prewitt. "Down With the Eagles" was the theme for thi year Spirit Week, and that exactly what the Spartans did ending the game with the final core 40-7 .

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llttng left to right: Jenni Ce na, Heather Maloney, Angie Higgms, Angie Prewitt, Shawna Meador, Laura Morgan, Heather Fergu on, Tricia Elliot, Te i McBain. Kneeling: Mary Lander, Karin Earnhart, Jenny Wentworth, Rhenee mith, "vii y Gradel, Lynn Hou eright, Kim Kle ki, Anne O'Conner, Amy Cales. Stand: Jenny Pennington, Sandra Hartock, Angie Behnken, Angel Cole, Holly Head, Heather Head, Shelly Smith, Traci Abner, Ashlea Florence, Li a Litherland, Troy Patton.


The Senior-Fre hman team comes out on top over the Junior- Sophomore team. Sitting left to right: Holly Hayes, Michelle Frye, Kelly Miranda, There a Bogg , Angie Abner, Missy Spencer, Crystal Meador, Eric Coffman. Kneeling: Jenny Estes, Mandy Wolfe, Missy Farley, Julie Sutherland, Vanessa Yair, Krista Jone , Renee Cate , Amber Hurst, Kim Drake. Standing: Lee James, Lea Watson, Susan Davdison, Angie Binyion, Margie McDonald, Kathy Gib on, Jenny Winters, Lisa Graham, Christina Dakin.


88-89 Marching Band Row I, Jeff Schieman, Shananne Miller, Brian Bled oe, Amy Prewitt, Denise Clark, Melanie Maybury, Kevin Fenner, Mike Allen; R 2, April Drake, Jenny Hodge, iki Hall, Chilyn Meador, Rhenee mith, Andy Parker, Ang1e Behnken, Holly Head; R 3, Heather Head, Michelle Clark, andra Hart ock, Mi y Cupp, Carman Field , Kendra Lamb, Karin hellenbarger, Diana Shuler, Lisa Campbell, Angel Ray, Rhonda Whipkey; R 4 helley Smith, Chri Jone , Larry Cornett, Steve Clark, Ryan Lamb, Matt McCann, Jesse Goode, Andrew Fenlon, Lori Amburgey, Carrie Gerspacher; R 5, Heidi Bate , Jeff Bradley, Rob Parker, Jerry Linebaugh, Greg Linton, Steve Stewart, Tony mith, Lee Litherland, MaryAnn Miars; R 6, Jim Shuler, Tara Williams, Lea Wat on, Rob Phillip , Rob Stile , Collins Cranmer, David Ashmore, David Clark. The Flag Corp is also pictured on page 30.


Senior Band Members: L. to R. Susan Gerspacher, Heather Miltenberger, Robin Little, Melanie Maybury, David Ashmore, David Clark, Mike Allen, Jeff chieman, Amy Prewitt, Rhenee Smith.

The W.H.S. Marching Band received first place In class C band at Bellbrook Invitational Marching Band Festival. The} al o received first place in Flag Corp , Percussion, and Majorettes. Eight Band members were elected to play in the OMEA District 13 Honor Band, and 27 member received Superior or Excellent ratings at the OM EA District olo and Ensemble Festival 10 March. The oncert Band also received uperior ratings at OMEA District 13 Concert Band Festival. Thi ummer 6 of the band member will be partncipating 10 the II mencan Youth Honors Mu icians Tour to Russia. Mr. Bilbrey, Director, feels "This '~~<a a very successful eason; a lot of good accompli hmenmt were made by many."

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Flags The 1988-9 Flag Corp , under the direction of Judi Phillips: (front) I. to r.: Heather Head, April Drake, Rhonda \' h1pkey, hannon Poore, Holly Head; (back) Carrie Gerspacher, Shelly Smith, Heidi Bate , Mary Ann Miars.

Scenes From Drama Class & Plays

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Moek Wedding, Leadership Con The Family Living Cia had it lOth annual Mock Wedding in the high school gym, October 25, 1988. Students learn re pon¡ sibilitie and the expense that are involved in a marriage. Mu¡ sic and inging wa provided by Amy Prewitt, Tesi McBain, and Joe Carter. Rev. Roger Dale McCloud wa the mini ter.

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ferenee Teaeh Responsibility

Students were picked from different organizations and clubs to attend a Leadership Conference at the Der Duetchler. Tho e that attended learned to trust one another and learn how to become a leader by playing games that involved trust.

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Varsity Basket-

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Sitting left to right: Mike Allen, Todd Cook, Chad Reeve , Tim Williams, Joe Anderson, Matt VanHoose. Standing: Coach Philpot, Coach Mescher, Don eeley, Jay Osborn, Shawn Lindsey, Perry Stiles, Rob Kallage, Travi Hatmaker, Coach Bunnell, and Coach Gordon.

SPORTS

Senior Todd Cook

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Cedarville Madison Plains Clinton Ma sie Ea t Clinton Yellow Spnngs Greenview Southeastern

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THEY 64 65 67 68 65 64 65

Cedarville Madison Platn Clinton Ma ie Yellow Springs East Clinton Greenview Southeastern

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THEY 75 63 59 69 53 63 58

Q : How did it feel when you scored your career high?

Senior Chad Reeve

Senior Joe Ander on

A: I was excited about scoring my career high 33 point and setting an area record of ix 3pointers in one game. I also ended with 12 rebounds and I I as-

Q: How did it feel to slam dunk the basketball? A. "'o comment.

enior Tim William

enior Mike Allen

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Freshman and JV Basketball SPORTS


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Q : What did you like most about your basketball season? A : When I scored 18 points in one game. Sitting left to right: Scott Sherritt, David White, Chad Corwin, Jamie ervi , 'v1att Johnson, David Zimmer. Standing: Coach Jim Ph1lpot, ot Pictured: Rob tile , Curt Pack, Below left to right: John Butt, Jim Dee!, Brad Conner, Curt George, Kevin Dooley, Joe Fredericks, Standing left to right: John ker , Tom Bogg , hane Miller, Travis Dunham, Steve Foster, Tim Adams, and Coach M1ke Gordon .

Q: What was the highlight of your ba ketball sea on? A: When we played Oakwood and I brought them back into the game with m) point .

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Class Flower: Class Colors: Class Song: Class Motto:

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White Rose Emerald & Silver Turning Away "We Create Our Tomorrows By What We Dream Today"


Lisa Agee

Joe Anderson

Tim Boggs

David Ashmore

Anita Brown

Mike Allen

Marty Boggs

Kristi Brunton

Dale Campbell

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SENIORS STRUT THEIR STUFF

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DIAPERS TO DIPLOMAS Kelly, As you enter into this big world. We hope that you give the joy and happine s to others that you have given to us. May God Bless You Mom, Dad, & Clifton

Joe, Goodluck, succe s and happine s! Love Mom and Dad Jason, Our best for you always. Love, Mom, Dad, Jodi, Jeff, and Jakob

Kim, Our love today and always! Mom & Dad Tonya, We are very proud of you. We wi h you lots of luck and succe . Love, Mom, Dad, and Bryan Jerry, We're very proud of you! We wish you happine s and ucce always. Keep Smiling! Love & Prayers, Mom & Dad Michael, As you sail in the journey of life, may the winds blow fair and gales pass you by. Mom & Dad From a "nightgown" to a "cap and gown," o many tran formation ! You've got our continuing support and love. Mom & Gary

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Ryan Campbell

Kenneth Carroll

Tricia Christy

Thomas Cook

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Joe Carter

David Clark

Todd Cook

Carl Chaney

Shannon Coffman

Tonya Cornett

Corbin Drake


Karin Earnhart

Tricia Elliott

H eather Ferguson

Jennifer Elton

I Jeannie Fields

Greg Freeman

Sim Fox

Virginia Foster

Susan Gerspacher

Melis a Gradel

Mendy Grehl

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Angela. You're so specoal - a one or a kond. We all love )OU very much. You deserve the best' Love, Dad, Mom. Melo <a. and Amanda Congratulation Lynn! We Lo'e You. Mom and Dad

Congratulations Mary! Darlong you may be the last or the Lander's to graduate but you are tops wnh a wonderful 7est for hfe and a magoc touch or understandong of all people )OU come 10 contact with You are one on a million. We love you more than you can C'<'er know! Lo,e, Mom. Dad, Louoe, Laura. Patrock, Scon. and Da"'n HELLO DOLLY! It only take a moment tO ee that the world 1 full or beautiful thong Thank )OU for beong one or our We are proud of )OU \1elossa and ~<e love )OU . Be happy Love, Mom, Dad. Chris, Sean. Murtin, & Fish

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Kenny Grismer

Chris Guttery

Jeff Harner

Angie Higgins

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Michael Hayes

Kim Hisle

Deloris Hafner

Joe H all

Robert Heiden

Dallas Hollan

Lynn Houseright


Shane Jackson

Wayne Kibler

Kim Lamb

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Kimberly Kleski

Stephanie Lamb

Jerry Johnson

Carl Johansson

Kelly Lamb

Wenda! Lamb

Mary Beth Lander

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PARENTS NIGHT


Mike Litherland

Tesi McBain

Steve Me utt

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Heather Maloney

Robin Little

Kevin McCann

Shawna Meador

Melanie Maybury

Connie McCloud

Heather Miltenberger

Laura Morgan


Julie Pettit

David Prewitt

Terry Salyers

Amy Prewitt

Anita Poole

Perry Purkey

Vivian Sanders

Angela Prewitt

Chad Reeves

Jeff Schieman

John Shaffer

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Senior Superlatives

Be t Looking: Angela Prewitt and Todd Cook

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Bet Dre ed: Anne O 'Connor and Tim Boggs

Most Creative: Kri ti Brunton and Kevin

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Most Athletic: hawna Meador and Tim William

Class Brownie: Courtney Zimmer and Bryan Wil on

Cia s Chatterbox: Sherebanu Lookmanji and Mart) Boggs

Rowdiest: Rhenee Smtth and Jack Whttestine

hye t Jeannie Fields and Mike Litherland

Prettiest Eye : Lynn Houseright and Jason St. Pierre

Class Flirt: Kim Kleski and Dale Campbell

weete t: Susan Gerspacher and Carl Johans on

Most Ltkely to Succeed: Angie Higgins and Kevin McCann

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Jimmy Shumaker

Rhenee Smith

Jason St. Pierre

Paul Trimble

Matt VanHoose

Jack Whitestine

John Whitsel

Tim Williams

Bryan Wilson

Julie Winters

Courtney Zimmer

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Girls' Basketball SPORTS

Sitting (1-r) Traci Abner, China Duncan, Heather Wampler, Coach Weirauch, Melissa chryver, Melinda chryver, Missy Rogers; tanding: Lee Wat on, Kristenne Robison


The Wayne ville Spartans Varsity girls basketball team finished the sea on with a record of 3 and 18. Lacking experienced players the young lady partans worked hard improving over Ia t year record of I and 20, and hope to improve and have a better record next year. One enior erved a a leader for the partan team¡ Lettering 4 years, hawna ha contributed a lot to the team. hawna received the award for best offensive player, J ackie R ichardson received the most improved player award, and L1 a pargur received the award for the be t free throw percentage.

VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL

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Lisa Spargur, Jackie Richardson , Jeanne Jameyson, Shawna Meador, Krista Jones, Vanessa Vair Standing: Head Coach Tim Gabbard, Tara Will iams, Jenny Elton, Jenn ifer W inters, Diana Farler. Coach Rod Weirauch

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ngie bner Ena nder on There a Boggs Donald Booher

A hley Boyd Jeff Brown Brad Burton cott Campbell

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Bill ollard Collin Cranmer Craig Dakin David Dakin

Connie Davis Kyle Dooley Diana Farler Mi y Farley

Kevin Fenner Carmen Field Mtchele Frye Kathy Gib on

Regina Gross Rebecca Hartman Jerry Harshbarger Travt Hatmaker

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Robyn Hodge Sam Hoffer Lee Jame Jason John on Kathy Jone

Rob Kallage Rex Kuriger Craig Lamb Philip Lamb Deanne Lewis

Shawn Lindsey Tom Linebaugh Valerie Long Tammy Manning Lori Mendenhall

Thorn Michener Justin Miller Shananne Miller

T1m Miltenberger Kelly Miranda Josephine Mole

Kevin Mote

Linn Muselin

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my Myer Michelle eace Don eeley Jay 0 born Robbie Parker

Pam Park Mike Payne Curt Pemberton Brian Phillips Robbie Phillip

Chri Phipp Teresa Poole Kri ty Ray Jamte andlin Michelle Scott

Jeff e lar Mike haffer Jim Shuler Bill Smith Li a Spargur

Mi y Spencer Perry Stiles Julie Sutherland Joe Taulbee Jamie VanWinkle

Rodney Van coy Kevin Wood

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Alisha Arra mtth Butch bling Angela Behnken Bill Boggeln Jeff Bradley

Steve Brittingham Chri Burke Charlotte Campbell Doug Campbell Enc Campbell

Brian Caplinger Ja on Carter teve Clark Angel Cole Chn ty Cornett

Chad Corwin Mi sy Creech Christina Dakin Susan Davidson Mike Dilworth

Angie Doffermyer Kim Drake Mike Duncan Bethany Elliott Jennifer E te

Scott Favorite Joe Gaffin Lyndi Gardner Lt a Graham Brett Groom

Roger Hall Trisha Hall Brian Hardyman Chris Hice Amber Hurst

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SOPHOMOR£S Louie I aacs Michelle I aacs Wendy Jackson Jeanne Jameyson Jeff John on

Matt Johnson Tammy Jone Michelle Kibler Dan Lamb Ryan Lamb

Brian Lewis Greg Lewis Margie McDonald Crystal Meador Mary Ann Miars

Jason Miller

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John Miller Jo h Miller Curt Pack Jill Parks Ja on Praeter

Pam Prickett Candy Pummill Claire Pummill John Reed Daniel RizoPatron

Jamie Servis Scott herri tt Travi Siders Trevor ider Dawn Skaggs

Tony mith Kirstie Stencel Lori Southworth Steve Stewart Rob Stiles

Julie Tucker Vane a Yair Brenda Vincent Shelly Wardlow Lea Wat on

Rhonda Whipkey Tara Williams Jenny Winter Mandy Wolfe David Zimmer

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SOPHOMORfS Traci Abner Tim Adams John Aker Dwenva Amburgy Lori Amburgy

Brian Bailey Heidi Bates Ron Baysore Kelly Bellman Angie Binion

Tommy Boggs Scott Benetti Annette Brown Jo h Brown Brian Bunch

Keri Burns John Butt Amy Cale Charnelle Clark Jerry Conley

Brad Conner Jamie Cook Tracey Dakin Jim Deel Clay Dinn

Craig Dinn Kevin Dooley April Drake Chma Duncan Jon Este

Becky Fisher Ashlea Florence Steve Foster Joey Frederick Kenny Garrett

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Carrie Ger pacher Brent Grooms Rodney Hamm icole Hartman andra Hart ock

Brian Haye Heather Head Holly Head Marty Hubbell Mike lhle

athan Kearns Twila Knisley Clifton Lamb Andy Lawrence Jerry Linebaugh

Greg Linton Lee Litherland Li a Litherland Ja on Martin Mathew McCann

Lora Ann Miller Shane Miller Tony Mortara Kody Mote Jenny Pennington

icole Phipps Jackie Richardson Kristenne Robinson Mi sy Rogers Melinda Schryver

Melli a Schryver Kerin Shellenbarger Terry Schoonover Shelly Smith Carrie Spencer

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Dale Stacy Emerson Stewart Bryan Stone David Swartzel Pam Thoma

Melissa Trent Chri Van Winkle Roger Vincent Ginger Wampler Heather Wampler

Jenny Wentworth Robby Woody Mike Young

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Clockwise, p. 2, from above 'vfr . Judy Kier ec'y. of Mr. Williams), Mr. Charles Wilhams (Superintendent of Schools), Rev. Mr. Walter Lamb, Mr. John Rudd, Mrs. Claire Dunkin, Pre ident Jile Farley, V1ce Pre 1dent John Sackett (Waynesville chool Board); Mrs. Dorothy Patton (Bookkeeper ecretary); Mrs. Mary Fadely (Treasurer, Board of Ed.); Mr. George Keplinger (He keep the chool held together and running!)

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Top, Mr. Richard Bell (H . . Principal); Mrs. Terri Wil on (Sec'y. to Mr. Bell and organizer of the High chool); Middle, High School Cooks (back to front): Mrs. ancy Mellott, Mrs. Wilma O ' Banion (the Bo s!), Mr . Erlice Powell, Mr . Mary Howard; Mr . Erlice LeBlanc Powell is taking her retirement this year after long service and dedication to our chool. Remembered by tudent for a king them if they wanted "corn or beans," we regret that we never had the chance to partake of the excellent Cajun cooking he prepare ! Bottom, Hazel Brown (Janitor); Mr . Janet Carter (Payroll Clerk); Student (future admini trators?) at a student leadership conference.

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The Culture Combination: Muse Clockwi e, from below· Reception Table for tda singers; Mu e Machine Capt' : (front) nne O'Conner, Shananne Miller, Mary Lander, Jeff chieman, Linn Mu elin, Kevin McCann, Ktm Kle ki, ngte Higgins, Karen arnhart;

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Capt's (back) Melanie Maybury, Kann hellenbarger, Lea Watson, Rob Phillip , David Clark, Michelle I aac ; DCDC performance; Atda reception; Ms. Duarte, Brazilian piani t Ms. Duarte performing Brazilian work .

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Machine & Art Dept! The Muse Machme & Art Department expo e mo t of our students to the fine arts through art show & cia se and through the performances offered by the Mu e Machme (thi year, the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Aida, Philharmonic Bra Quintet, Braztltan Piantst Duarte & a trip to the Dayton Art In titute) Mr . Ktng, M r . Perry & Ms. Tackett advise!

Pictures on this page show the annual Art how & Preparation for tt. It i held in conjunction with the Mu ical each Spring. M . Tackett, cho en Ma ter Teacher in Warren Co. ( 1988) in pire her tudent to win art conte t & cholar htp . Thi year, Ashley Boyd, Rob Phillips & Tammy Manning (Pic. above) won The Governor' Youth Art Award. Tammy al o wa a finali t in the chola tic Art conte t 1n ew York. Congratulations Art Dept.!

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Student Council, French Club, Peer Counselors Clockwise, from the nght: T DE T 0 IL, row I Charnelle Clark, Te i McBain, ngela Prewitt, Lisa Graham, Brett Jameyson, There a Bogg ; row 2, '\1att John on, Karin hellenbarger, Jame Dale, Michelle cott, Ena <\nder on; row 3, John \l hit el, Karen Earnhart, Angie Higgin~. Laura Morgan, Kim Kle ki, Heather Wampler, dvi or Mr. Moore. tudent ouncil Officers: President Laura Morgan, Vice Pre . ngie Prewitt, ecretary Kim Kle ki, Trea urer Karen Earnhart. FRE CH CL B: Row I, Tri ha Hall, hananne Miller, Curt Pack, Bethany Elliott, Jenni Ce na, Mike Litherland, Joe arter, Kevm Me ann, David Clark, Melame Maybury, 'v1andy Wolfe, mber Hurst; row 2, Michelle I aac , Brad Conner, Joey Frederick, Lisa Litherland, Tara Williams, Brenda Vincent, Carrie pencer, Kody Mote, Jo h Brown, Jeff Johnson, Collins Cranmer; row 3, Jeff chieman, Mike lhle, Jimmy Deel, athan Kearn , John \l hit el, Rob Parker, hawn Lind ey, Jeff Brown, Jay 0 born, Jamie andhn. Officer , Pre . K. McCann, V.P. J. Carter, ec. . 'v1iller. Treas. D Clark. PEER CO ELO R : B. Jamey on, A. Prewitt, T. Manning, C. 'v1cCioud, C. Pummill; (back) H. Fergu on, J . Whit el, R. Phillips, J . arter, E. Anderson.

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Home Ec. Dept., FHA/HERO Are Active! The Home Ec. Dept. under the d1recuon of Mrs Conley & Mr . Wat on 1 active 10 our school On this page (clockwise from below) are p1ctured several of the activit1e of the Dept./ FHA/ Hero: Ronzoni Pasta Conte t Winners¡ Ist Carne Spencer, 2nd Conme McCloud, Jrd - Jenny Elton; Delegates at the tate Meeting 10 Columbu : I. to r. Robyn Hodge, Margie McDonald, Holly Hayes, Mrs. Conley, Michelle Kibler, Zondra Bagford, Amy Cales. Reception table at the Mock Wedding, I. to r. Michelle Kibler, Tammy Manning, Pam Prickett, Diana Farler, Mr Conley. Other Pa ta Contest Finalists: (front) Brad Ruggle , Jeff Brown, Pam Thoma , Jenny Penn10gton; (back) Kelly Bellman, Lori outhworth, Travis Hatmaker, Tammy Jone . The Home Ec.'s Xma Reception for the tudents and staff (a lot of cookie were baked!), I. tor. Mrs. Wat on, Lon Southworth, Holly Hayes, Margie McDonald, Steve Fo ter, Julie Tucker, Pam Prickett, Shannon Coffman, Danny Lamb, Jackie Bagford. The FHS/Hero group p1cture, 90... trong, was lo t by the tudio. We reget that it's not here!

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French Club Widens Cultural

Waynesville High School French Club's 10th Annual

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Dimensions of W . H. S . The French Club is keepmg up it tradition of widening the cultural horizon of student by having the I Oth Annual French Club Dinner & Trip to France. To earn money for the tnp, the club recycled aluminum, sold pa tries and held the annual gourmet dinner. The money earned wa u ed to pay the ew York-Paris round trip flight for each of the tudent . Pictured below left in the Galerie de Glaces (Hall of Mirror ) at the Palace of Versailles are this year participants: I. to r., kneeling, David Clark, Mandy Wolfe, Melame Maybury, Shananne Miller, Bethany Elliott; Back, Joe Carter, Amber Hur t, Chad Corwin, Curt Pack, Jeff John on, Collin Cranmer; Mr. Dillon wa the tour guide. Right, the TGV trains in France are "Awesome." Below, Melanie shows a Swi s horse just who's master!

The Gourmet Dinner (p. 94) included: a Duck & Pinenut Salad, Vinaigrette; Risotto Milans¡style; Scallops with Mixed Exotic Mushroom ; Cranberry Sherbet; Ribeye Roast with Madiera Sauce & Spring Vegetables; Red Valentine alad; French Cheeses; Ice Cream Bombe with Chocolate sauce; Mixed after-dinner sweets, tartelette , candy, etc. 99 rather stuffed diner heartily approved the candle-lit affair.

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(1-r) A st. Coach Woody, Joe Anderson, (in front of Joe) Coach ell, Shawn Lind ey, (in front of Shawn) Tim Miltenberger, Jeff e lar, (peeking behind Jeff) Rob Stiles, Todd Cook, Brad tiles, Tim William , Rob Kallage, Brian Hardyman, Jo h Miller, Jamie Sandlin, Tom Bogg , Don Booher, Ashley Boyd, A t. Coach Williams, and David A hmore. The 1989 ba eball team took another trip to Clearwater, FL to compete in a tournament. The team's final record of the sea on wa 23-6. Todd Cook pitched 21 strikeout in one game. Good Job!! Tim Williams pitched a !-hitter again t Cedarville. He also received the Pride- Hu tie-Desire award. Todd Cook


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The Boys and Girls Track Team SPORTS

Above: Boy track; 1st row (1-r) Collin Cranmer, Bret Jamey on, Bryan Wil on, lvfatt VanHoo e, 2nd row (1-r) Ja on M11ler, Jerry Coni)', John Miller, Eric Campbell, Chri Hice. 3rd row (1-r) Jeff Bradley, Lee Litherland, Bnan tone, cott herritt 4th row (1-r) \1s. Paul and Mr. Gabbard. Right: Girls track; I st row (1-r) Jo ephine Mole, Lisa Litherland, Angie Binyion, Sandra Hartsock, 2nd row (1-r) Jackie Richard on, Vane a Yair, Tara Williams, Krista Jone , Jenny Wentworth, Jrd row (1-r) Traci Abner, Jenny Winters, Kristenne Robi on, 4th row Ms. Paul and Mr. Gabbard

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Most improved Player: Tara Williams, Vane a Yair, Scott Sherritt, and Chris Hice. Outstanding performers: Krista Jones and Bret Jamey on. Pride-Hustle-Desire award: Collins Cranmer

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Qualified for regionals: Kristenne Robison, Jenny Winters, and Krista Jones, 2-mile relay girl ; Vane a Yair, Sandra Hart ock, Angie Binyion, and Jenny Wentworth.

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Girls Softball SPORTS Team: itting (1-r) Jackie Richard on, Twila Kni ely, Mi y Roger , tanding: (1-r) A i tant Coach Coffman, hannon Coffman, Claire Pummill, Keri Burns, Coach "vfe cher. ot Pictured: Tric1a Chri ty, hawna Meador, Li a pargur, Jenny Winters, Kri tenne Robi on, Mendy chryver, and China Duncan.

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The oftball team did better thi year. They improved the1r record by about 5 game . The team was led by three seniors: Shannon Coffman, hawna Meador, and Tricia Christy. Shannon Coffman pitched a !hitter in one game. he al o received her 4th year trophy, KT All-


League Honorable Mention, and the out tanding performer award. hawna Meador rece1ved her Jrd year plaque, offen 1ve player award, and he made KTC All-League. Tricia Christy received her 3rd year

plaque, Mi y Rogers received the Pride-Hustle-De ire award, Kristenne Robison received the de fen ive player award. The yearbook taff i sorry if we have missed anyone in the pictures or awards.

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Looking For The Right Combination

The member of the tenni team are: Coach John Moore, Dan Rizo-Patron, Kevm McCann, Carl Johans on, Dale Campbell, Rob Parker, Coach Leah Hellemann, Matt McCann, Ryan Campbell, Jason t.Pierre, Anne O'connor The final record for this years team was 0 wins and 17 lo ses. Dan received an award for the mo t improved player. Kevin got an award for ticking with the team for three years. Jason and Kevin made it to the econd round of final while Carl strived to the third round.

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WHS SWIMMERS GO TO STATE We would like to congratulate the swim team members involved in going to state this year. The team con i ted of the one enior. Mike Litherland, two ophomore : Jason Praeter, and Steve Stewart, and three freshmen: Sandra Hart ock, Marty Hubbell, and Lee Litherland. Once again, the swim team will be attending Florida where they will be competing in nationals. The only senior, Mike Litherland, will also be swimming in the junior nationals, which i one tep higher than the nationals. Nice job Mike. This hardworking team is coached by Ken topkotte.

(below) Mike Litherland awaits starting signal. (to left) : Jason Praeter anxiou ly await hi final time, while Marty Hubbell tride for the wall.


Academic Awards Program The Annual Academic Awards Program took place on May 15, under the aegis of Mr . Clark & the at' l Honor Society. Clockwi e, thi Page, from the nght: There was an over-flow crowd at the event; Jenni Cessna receiving the Academic Boo ter cholarship from Bob Jone ; Art Award : Tammy Manning, Rob Phillip , Emer on tewart, A hley Boyd, teve Clark, Doug Campbell; Holman cholar hp: Mr. Holman, Mr . Wil on, Bryan Wil on; a Lotta Litherland !; AP Engli h Awards: Bryan Wilson, Heather Ferguson, Jenni Cessna, Mr . King. Page 107 from upper left corner (clockwi e): Out tanding Cia sroom tudent . (front) Shannon Coffman, Susan Ger pacher, Heather Miltenberger, Connie McCloud, Lisa Agee Gillum, Sherebanu Lookmangi, Jeannie Field , Jenni Ce na; (back) Joe Carter, Kevin McCann, Mike Litherland, Todd Cook, James Dale, Tim William , David Clark, Mike Haye ; American Legion Awards, Bryan Wilson, Li a Agee Gillum, Jim Shuler, Ena nder on, Trevor ider , Ali ha Arra mith, Karin Shellenbarger; Peer Counselor Awards: (front) John Whit el, Ena Ander on, Tammy Manning, Claire Pummill, Connie McCloud, (back) D1ana Farler, Bret Jamey on, Rob Phillip , Joe Carter, Heather Fergu on; Quiz Team, (front) Jenni Ce sna, teve Clark, Doug Campbell, Ryan Lamb, Matt Carter, (back) Rob Stile , Kevin McCann, Joe Carter, Bryan Wil on, David Clark, Jeff chieman; Sophomore 3.5 or above: Claire Pummill, Ryan Lamb, teve Clark, Tara Williams, Rob Stile , Jeff Bradley, Alisha Arra mith; Kevin McCann receiving ROTC Scholar hip; Senior 3.5 or above all 4 years: David Clark, Kevin McCann; Mu e Machine Captain : (front) Joe Carter, Kevin McCann, Karin Shellenbarger, (back) Lea Wat on, Rob Phillip , Jeff Schieman, David Clark. A number of tudent are not pictured in the e photo becau e they did not attend the ward Program.

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Charnelle Clark Is Freshman Of The Year! Charnelle Clark, pictured right with Mr. Williams, wa elected Fre hman of the year. Tht award i ba ed on her excellent cholarship ( 4.0) and her high character and participation in chool and community acllvitie . Below nght is Charnelle with her mother and i ter . Bottom left Mr. Moore has just presented Leader hip Award to Connie McCloud a Tammy Manning and Rob Phillip tand by; Middle left, they were really looking for help to clean up after the Award Program (Joe Carter); Top left, Li a Graham hold her stomach after eating too many cookies at the reception following the Award Program. Jeff Bradley and Ali ha Arrasmith commiserate.

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Top, left to right: JYS Class Representatives, Kim Hisle (Senior), Lori Mendenhall; Warren County Board of Education Scholarship, Bryan Wilson; Junior 3.5 and above, Jim Shuler, Cathy Jones; Middle left, Students of the Month: Kevin McCann, Tim Williams, Claire Pummill, Joe Carter, James Dale, Lisa Graham, Diana Farler, Connie McCloud.

Middle right, Freshmen 3.5 or above: (front) Jamie Cook, Charnelle Clark, Heather Head, icole Phipps; (back) April Drake, Heidi Bates, Marty Hubbell, Lee Litherland, Kristenne Robison, Karin Shellenbarger. Bototm left and right show Mr. Bell and the award presenters and the happy eaters at the po t-pre entation party!

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The 19 ¡89 ational Honor oc1ety con i ted of (fir t row l¡r) teve Clark, mber Hurst, li ha Arro mith, Rhonda Whipkey, Tara Williams, Jeff Bradley, hananne Miller, Kathy Jones, and Doug Campbell. ( econd row) Adv1 or Mr . lark, Li a Graham, Jim Shuler, Rex Kuriger, Jeanna Jameyson, Charlette Campbell, Claire Pummill, Ryan Lamb, Tammy Manning and Kristy Ray. (third row) Angie Higgin , Joe Carter, Bryan Wil on, Ryan Campbell, Mike Litherland, Heather Miltenberger, Melanie Maybury, Li a gee, and Ena Ander on. (fourth row) Kevin Me ann, David Clark, Kristi Brunton, Matt John on, Jenni Cessna, and Rob tiles. (below) The senior officers how their true color with Mr . Clark. Joe Carter (Pre .) Kri ti Brunton ( . Pre .) Jenni Ce na ( ec) and Angie Higgin (Treas.). Pictured to the left are our top tudent hard at work!

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The right combination of talent, desire, persen:r.1nce and lucK carne together a~ the Drama Department once again created an oubtandmg performance of the musical "Hello Doll) ." Mr. Lei. t\ desire for ncarperfection as well u his talent for assembling the be,t cast and cre\\ from both the school and area make our chool production a clear cut above other area schoob. Melissa Gradel wa excellent in her lead role as Doll) Levi. '\.1ike Allen showed marked improvement und u great acting abilit) in his role. Joe C.artcr, Tesi McBain & Ang1e Higgms were superior in their supporting roles

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The Football Hall of Fame again hosted the Junior¡ enior Prom, April 29th. "Dreams are forever" was the theme th1s year. A buffet d1nner was served at 8 30, followed by mu 1c by Mike Motley of W BLZ. Included were hits by REM, Fine Young Cannibal , Rap selections; everyone got excited when "The Butt" wa played. At around I 0 o'clock a rather blase crowd aw Todd Cook & Con me McCloud crowned king and queen. Green & White balloons decorated the Hall but football poster dominated. Mr Phillip & her crew worked hard to make the Prom a succe s. Some had more fun at the After-Prom, held at the Lebanon YMCA The "Gateway" was enjoyed by everal!

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McCann Leads 117th Graduating Class Kevin McCann was Valedictorian at WHS' 117th Graduation, June 4, 1989. Salutatorian Was David Clark. Jenni Cessna took 3rd Place honors. This year, 93 students received diplomas. "Pomp & Circumstance" led the grads into the auditorium. Speeche were read; Awards & Diplomas were pre ented; and after the Benediction, the grad marched out on to a new stage of life.

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Medal Awards this year went to: Jennifer Cessna (English, French), Kim Kle ki (Art, Yearbook), Kevin McCann ( ocial Studies, Math, Science), Susan Gerspacher (Business), Connie McCloud (Home Ec), Melanie Maybury (Lou1 Arm trong Award), Jeff chieman (Sousa Award), Dav1d Clark (Director' Award), Tesi McBain (Choir Award), Angela Prewitt (Citizenship Award) and Joe Carter (Activitie Award). State Dept. of EducatiOn Award of Distinction went to Joe Carter, David Clark, Bret Jameyson, Kevin Me ann, Mike Hayes, Ang1e Prewitt. Additional Awards went to: Kevm McCann, Ryan Campbell, Rob Heiden, David Clark (Oh10 Bd. of Regents Cert. of Achievement); Joe Ander on (Rayman Hatfield Award); Kevin McCann, David Clark, Jennifer Ces na, Ryan Campbell, Heather Miltenberger. Joe Carter, Bryan Wilson, Courtney Z1mmer, Melanie Maybury (Pre . cad. Fitne s ward). tendance Award for 9 Year of Perfect Attendance each were given to hannon Coffman & Connie McCloud. The following Scholarship were awarded. (Rotary Club) Joe Carter, Jennifer Ce sna, Kevm McCann, Bryan Wilson; (Ohio Academic) Bryan Wilson; (J. Brent Crane) Heather Miltenberger; (Robert Bernard) Melanie Maybury, (Jame Holman) Bryan Wit on; (Honor Society) Joe Carter; (Academic Boosters) Jennifer Cessna; (Cradles to College CCL) Ang1e Higgins & David Clark; (Warren Co. Bd. of Ed.) Bryan Wil on; (Optimi t Club) Bret Jamey on & Courtney Zimmer; (Air Force ROTC) Kevm McCann; (Georgetown Coli.) Todd Cook; (Campbellsville Coli.) Connie McCloud; (Ohio tate niv.) Tim William : (Wilmington Coli.) Melanie Maybury; (Wright State .) Mike Litherland wimming & Mary Lander - fine arts; (Miami niv.) Bryan Wit on, ( 1nclair Coli.) Heather Miltenberger. ongratulation to each of these award and cholar hip wmner a well a to the ent1re Graduating Cia of 1989.

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Mr. D Gives It Up! 15 Years Are Enough! As I sit here typing on an old machine which looks very much like the one at the bottom, I reflect on IS years of work on the Spartan Yearbook. It has been a long and frustrating yet sometimes fulfilling ta k. "The average yearbook advi or lasts 2.3 years," aid Kip tewart, our company representative, "Terry's longevity is uncommon." Well, thank Kip and thank also to the following: (for pictures), John Swartzel, Barb Allen, herry Cook & others, (for moral support every year) Mrs. Clark, (for the good work they did while they were in operation) 0 born Studios, for her devotion in coming in the summer: Shannon Coffman. The Yearbook Staff thi year, pictured below: (front) Geneva Isaac , row 2, Shannon Coffman, Marty Boggs, There a Boggs, Kim Kle ki (Editor), row 3, Robyn Hodge, Li a Spargur. The group did good work much of the time, but let down m the summer work! We had some good times and ate pizza with finesse! Best of Luck to Mr. Brower as he enters into Yearbook martyrdom!!!

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