1990 Waynesville High School Yearbook

Page 1





ur theme this year, "The Right Stuff," wa originally u ed to describe the characteristics of America's fir t a tronauts. We believe the students of W .H . . posses those arne qualitie ; Spartan do, in fact, have " The Right Stuff."

0

Volume W aynes~ille High School a):n ille, 0 io 45068 p /1fi

FALL -

lntro

1


''W

hile working at the pool this summer, I got to meet a lot of kids and also got a great tan. It v.¡as eas); I just had to sit there, watch the kiddics carefull). and cash m) check at the end of the week." - Lisa Litherland

"I like mowing yards. It's nice to be outside, and the money's not bad either." -Ryan Cook

Bethany says to Trisha, "Did I mention that now that we're back, the good times are going to roll? I'm not sure though . .. are we having fun yet? Well, v.hat did you do this summer? Did you hear about ... ?"

2 FALL

lntro


Just When You Thought It Was Safe, Summer's Over ...

AND

• • •

WE'RE BACK!

ell, summer's gone. It's time to say good-bye to the pool, our tans, and fun in general. We'll also have to put the mower away and try to get along without the money we were making. So, how does it feel to be back?

W

Who knows? All we know is ... WE'RE BACK!!! Some of us have made resolutions to really "book" this year, maybe even learn computers. Well ... maybe.

"In Germany we have a word spitze; it means 'special or good' in English. I would use spitze to describe the friends I have made in Waynesville High School. From the first day on, everyone treated me great!"

- Chris Hamers, German exchange student

Then there's the cafeteria cuisine ... that's a plus, isn't it? Hope they didn't move the phone again ... can't live without the phone ... right, Ash lea? Yes, everything's the way It should be, I guess. In a few days last summer will seem like a long weekend which is now over, and we're back where we belong at W.H.S.

FALL

Intra 3




n Thur day, September 38, the Fre hman/ Senior Powder Puff squad squared off again t a uperior ophomore/ Junior team. The S / J team was led to an 18-6 victory by their exceptional quarterback Lea Watson. Vanessa Vair truck pay dirt fir t for the winners on a long reverse run; then Lea added two more score on long runs of her own. Marne Miller found the end (cont. below)

0

zone once for F fS squad. There were a few bangs and bruises, but happil) no serious injuries. The Sf J squad topped off their victory with a party at Pizza Hut in Centerville.

6

FALL -

Powder Puff


Sophomore/ Junior girls were "Ready to Rumble" during

PowderPuff T heresa Boggs totes the pigskin down the field toward the enemy goal.

Seniors: T. Boggs, D. Farler, K. Gibson, K. Miranda, K. Ray, M. Spencer, J . Sutherland. Juniors: K. Cook, A. Hurst, V. Yair, B. Vincent, M. McDonald, C. Meador, L. Watson, K. Drake, K. Jones. Sophomores: T. Abner, K. Baker, A. Florence, L. Litherland, J. Wentworth, A. Cales, A. Binion, H. Head, K. Burns, H. Head, L. Amburgy. Freshmen: J. Arthur, S. Farler, . Griffen, J. Hodge, L. Isaac, P. John on, B. Livingston, C. McKenzie, C. Meador, M. Miller, L. Prewitt, M. Prewitt, R. Vanderpool, J. Huston.

FALL -

Powder Puff 7


n Homecoming night everyone has a smile on his face. If a person doesn't have a mile on his face, he's not cool. And at W.H.S . everyone is cool. Check out the cheerleaders. Are they ready for the big game, or what? The Three Mu keteer appear to be really revved up too. Speaking of being revved up, did you ever ee o many pretty car , or pretty girls for that matter?

0

a touch o1

Jay Osborn displays the right stuff as he breaks away from one last would-be Massie tackler on his way to a long touchdown.

8 FALL -

Homecoming

c\ass


Attendants Get Revved Up for Homecoming Juniors: Charlotte Campbell and Josh Miller. Sophomores: Traci Abner and Tim Adams. Freshmen: Pat Foley and Marne Miller.

Jeff Brown get too e for a long run

against Massie.

FALL -

Homecoming 9


nee again Homecommg wa a ucce Dunng pirit Week the hall were filled with laughter, excitement, and good time as everyone showed his pirit by participating in all the acuvnie . If the student weren't wearing the1r PJ's, they were dre ed as the oppo 1te sex. (And may we ay, Mr. Moore, you looked lovely!) Believe u , the competition didn't stop there. For the first time in W.H .S . h1 tory, each clas hung a banner in the gym with it year and all it ath¡ letes' names on it. The sophomore won the contest with their theme "Welcome to the Spt~rtan Jungle." Once Thursday rolled around, it was time to decorate the halls. The decorations varied tremendously, although all four were centered around popular phrases. The ophomores wei- (cont. below)

0

corned us to the jungle; the juniors introduced u to Mac the Knife; and the Senior told us JUSt who would bite the du t. A for the freshmen, they went for the gold and got it by winning the hall decoration conte t. To top the week off, the cheerleaders put on a pep assembly full of games, music, yelling, and fun . (cont. bottom right)

10 FALL

Sp1nt Week


Rock-n-Rollin' Thru

Spirit Week One of the best part of Homecoming i the Homecoming Dance, e pecially when it i a victory dance. Along with the Prom, this i the one everyone attends. Below Angie Doffermeyer gets down and boogies. Jo h Miller' date whi per , "Don't look, Jo h, but is that your mother over there?"

After things got rolhng, the gym definitely became ahve, e pecially when it was time for "Ki the Pig"' Mr. Gordon and Mr. Longworth won the privilege to pucker for the porker. The "Kiss the Pig" conte t wa a fund raiser for the United Way. Our tudent rai ed $405.86 thanks to the great job of our repre entattve . Tammy Manning, Diana Farler, and Rob n Hodge. Spmt Week accompli hed 1t purpo e; everyone wa p yched up for Friday night' game.

FALL

Spmt Week

II


pirit week and the homecoming dance faded into memory, we arrived for the last game of a great football ea on. But wait . . . what were the e trange apparitions? Had we entered the malevolent Tatone Zone? Our cheerleader and band members had been spirited away and somehow replaced by clowns, clusters of grapes, and ... yeek! ... the dreaded ... Three Ancbovie !

A

===========::::::::!.l

12

Kody Mote stands in stark contrast

Brad Stiles helps to defeat a surprisingly

to the ghosts of Halloween.

stubborn group of Trojans.

FALL- Parents'

ight


Parents' Night

~===---

====~

Don Booher, Jamie Sandlin, and Rob Kallage introduce their parents to the Spartan fans.

Missy Prewitt, Amy Cales, and Angie Binion, who are better known as the Three Anchovies.

FALL -

Parents'

ight

13






#13 In Your Program

#1 In Your Heart " Rob gave u a great performance every ingle game. He' a great athlete, leader, and per on. Someda) if I have a on, I hope he' just like Robby." Coach Gabbard

Rob Kalla ge Jed the team in coring, 72 point ; rushing, 1,042 yards; pa sing, 819 yard ; and was econd in tackle , 76.

18

FALL -

Football


I

The night before the Ia t game, the team had it last meal together; and everyone \\a Invited. The honored gue ts were the enior • fathers. The coache prai ed the team and a ked them to give one more great effort. Then a they walked around a huge circle of friend , the seniors said good-bye.

The weather for the Ia t game wa ver} cold; but a the fan cheered them on, the partan prevailed. Vane a Yair, Candi Pummill and Kelly Miranda enJO} one Ia t victory.

F l.L -

Football

19




Why would a girl (right) go out for cheerleader? Well, for one thing he get a lot of free food . AI o, he get to make face at the cameraman!

Back: Kody Mote, Kri t} Wain cott, Rhonda Whipkey, Mary Ann Miar . front: Lori Amburg)', April Drake, Shelly Smith, Shannon Poore, Carrie Gerpacher.

22

FALL -

Cheerleader and Flag


Twisting and Shouting with

Cheers & Flags ot only i the band an e ¡ential part of a succe sful game night, but the cheerleader and flags are al o verj important. All three group work together with

the fan to lift the team to victory. Below, Mr. Bilbrey mile confidently, knowing the band in black will win the halftime contest.

Front: Charlotte Campbell, Holl) Head, Li a Litherland, Ali ha Bor . back: Heather Head, Vane a Yair, andra Hart ock.

FALL

Cheerleader and Flag

23


OR ! Head p! The golf team wa at it again this year, and thi time they brought home the KTC champion hip. There were everal chool record broken. Don eeley hot an all-time low score of 34, and the team shot a 154. The team al o had a fine duel match record of 9-3. had orwin and Don made All-League, and had qualified for the tate tournament.

F

Kevin Fenner line it up, wing , and drive one traight down the middle.

. .·•,

....·'

t" •

.. .

April Drake's drive landed on "the beach," so she take out her sand wedge and put it clo e to the flag in order to ave par.

24

FALL -

Golf


Spartans Orange Crush All Foes and Win

KTC Golf Championship

Standing Doug Garrett, Kevin Fenner, Rob Phillip , Don eeley, athan Kearns, Kevin Dooley, Coach Liffick. kneeling: Apnl Drake, Tim Brown, Steve Clark, Andrew Fenlon, Andy Parker.

Coach Liffick give hi charge one Ia t bit of advice before the} go out and take the league title.

F LL -

Golf 25


A hley Boyd generou ly hare "The Lightnin'" with hi teammate for the team picture. Jamie ervi tretche ¡ out io top an opponent' attempt at a goal.

I _./

I Linn Mu elin about to make a wish? Chris Chernesky wi he , no doubt, that he would top.

26

FALL

occer


A Kick in the Right Direction for Initial

Varsity Soccer Team Well, another soccer eason is over; there's no more stretching, running, or practicing. This wa the team's first varsity sea on, and they did quite well: three win , thirteen losses and one tie. The guys al o played well in the tournament but were edged out by Edgewood 3-2.

tandmg. Assastant coach: Joe Carter, Rob tiles. Linn Mu elm, hawn Lind ey, Jamie ervi . Curt Pack, Tam Miltenberger, Chn Cherne ky, Bnan Phallip • Coach : Mr Campbell. Kneeling Enc pare , Doug Campbell, hley Boyd, Jeff e lar, Ja on VanHoo e, Matt pare~. Jam huler

FALL

occer

27


t's sports quiz time. In what sport must a person race again t him. elf as well as others, run up steep hills. run through the woods, and compete in all types of weather? (see below)

I

One clue ... this is not Mailman Marathon. We are talking. of course. about eros -country; and this is no little romp through the park. It's an exhausting, gutgrinding 3.1 mile torture test. The races themselves are the fun part; the real work takes place in practice.

28

FALL -

Cro s¡country


"And Mile To Go

Before I Sleep.''

Back: J. Butt J. Deel R. Woody S. Lindsey B. tone J. Akers Front: D. Bunnell V. Yair J. Jamey on . Binion J. Went\\Orth L. Bailey

All of the team members deserve our admiration, but one distingui hed her elf even more by being a medalist. Fre hman Li a Bailey placed cventh in the KTC league meet. won all-league honors. and qualified for the di trict meet.

fAI.L -

Cro~s¡countr)

29


Setting Up For

Volleyball The Bump, the Set, the Spike .. . are the e dances? o, thi is valle) ball.

Coach "Hot Rod" Weirauch led the girl to a good 11-12 ea on. Way to go, girl .

Several player won pecial honor . Tara William : All-League, Outstanding Offense; Jackie Richardson: All-League H.M., Outstanding Defen e; Tammy Manning: All-League H.M. and Carmen Fields: Pride,Hu tie, and De ire Award .

30

FALL

Volleyball


Mr . Wabler, the a i tant coach, pep up the team before they go back on the court. tanding: Mrs. Wabler, C. Pummill, B. Elliott, H. Wampler, T W1lliams, K. Robinon, J . Richardson, A. Ha ¡s, T. Km ely, Mr We1rauch Kneeling \If Roger , L Campbell. J. Cook, ~ . Ph1pps, L Baile), M. chr)ver, M Cammerer, A Miller itting: C. Field , T. Manning, R. Hodge, L pargur

Robyn Hodge come in to erve for Li a during a clo e game.

FALL

pargur

olleyball

31




Mr. Bell: H.S. Principal Mr. Bilbrey: H.S. Band Mr. Brower: World Lit., Bible Lit., Eng. II Mr. BunnelJ: P.E. II

Mr. Ces na: Career Guidance. Counselor Mrs. Clark: Library, Orientation Mrs. Clarl.. and idekick Mrs. Cooley: Home Ec. I, II. III. Fitne s

Mr. Dillon: French

I. II. III Mr. Gabbard: Accounting, Economics, Gen. Bus. Mr. Gordon: Civtcs, Am. History, Soc. Studies Mrs. Hipple: Phys. Science, Biology I. II. Phy ·10logy


Teaching Staff

r. Williams, Superintendent of Schools, honors Mrs. Dunkin for her sixteen years of service to the school district.

M


Mrs. King: (camera . hy) A.P. Eng.. Eng. Lit., Comp. Mr. Lei. t: Drama, Speech, Choru Mr. Liffick: Drivers' Ed., P.E., Fitness

Mr. Moore: Geography, Am. History. World History, Sociology Mr. "!ell: Gen Science, Health, Phys. Sc1ence

Mr... Phillips: Special Education Mr . Polly: Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Geometry. Advanced Algebra/Trig.

(


M~. mitb: Algebra I, Computer Science M~. Tackett: (camera shy) Orientation Art, Art I, II Mr. Tbarr: Phy ics, Chemistry, Biology I Mr. Townsend: Ba ic Eng., Eng. I, II

Mrs. Wabler: Gen. Math, Geometry, Pre-Algebra, Con umer Math Mrs. Watson: Home Ec. I, Ind. Living, Mar. & Family Mr. Webb: Government, World Hi tory, ~ythology

Mr. Wieracb: Latin I, II, Orientation Mr. William : Superintendent of Schools Mr . Wolfe: Typing I, II, Orientation


''T

he Chri tma a emblj i alway the high point of the winter sea on. Coach Gabbard was a riot thi year a usual. 'The Nerds' were al o really funny. Everyone always gets into the spirit of thing and yucks it up on the last day before vacation." Diana Farler

"Winter at WH i going to ba ketball games with pecial friend , Christmas break, cold classrooms, and snow days - nothing beats a snow day." - There a Boggs

38

Wll\JTER

lntro

"Winter is the be t ea on of the year because it's basketball ea on. It's great; there are fans, the oppo ing team, the band, the cheerleaders. Hey what else could you ask for? " - Jay Osborn


Wintertime at WHS is

Time for ''The White Stuff''

''I

hate winter! It has to be the rottenest eason of the year. I ee no beauty in cold, slippery snow." Kyle Dooley "I like winter because of the fact that Chri tmas is celebrated at that time. Almo t every hou e in town is lighted with Chri tma lights. People slowly walk down the treet and point to all the beautiful light ." - Mi sy pencer

"The best part of winter i looking out your window at 6:00 A.M . and seeing lots of now. Then you start to turn quickly through the cha nnel on the T V hoping to hear the magical word : 'Wayne Local chool in Wayne ville are clo ed toda} '." There a Poole

~

I TER

lntro

39


The Weather Outside Was Frightful, But

The Music was Delightful

irl in Ion g dres e whirl round and round to the mu ic ... The choir's numbers were beautifully choreographed by

G

Lauren Catlin. Mr. Leist did his usual fine job of directing the choir's songs.

Front: A. Lamb, R. Lamb, L. Amburgy, S. Smith, M . chryver, L. Miller, . Phipp . Second B. Fue ton, R. Whipkey, J. Arthur, C. Duncan, T . Hall, M. Miars, L. Graham, R. Vanderpool, C. Clark. Third: J. Johnson, A. Hass, H. Wampler, A. Florence, D. Copeland, A. Behnken, S. Miller, B. Elliott, G. Huston, S. Wardlow. Back~ M . Carter, R. Lamb, C. Cherne ky, K. Kuras, L. Muselin, B. Bailey, D. Garrett, C. Dapice, J. Bradley, T. Casebolt, B. Hayes.

40

WINTER

Chri tmas Concert


During the Christmas season of '89, pre ent were not the only things which were "rapped," thanks to the W.H.S. choir. They also sang, danced, and put on a superb show.

Of cour e, the band performed too. There can't be a concert without a band, especially our great band. Mr. Bilbrey led them in fine rendition of Stravinsky' "The Firebird," Madden' "Fanta ] on a Bell Carol," "A Rhap ody of Carol ," arranged by Jennings, and many other favorite .

WI TER

Chn tma Concert

41


B

e still, my heart! Is that Mr. Ce -na, or is it the Pinball Wizzard himself?

H

oll y and H e ath e r Head , di gui ed here as anta' helper , go prancing through the now to deliver Christmas goodie .

ow it's time for Family Feud. Where did these nerds (Tommy Boggs, Sandra Hartsock, and Charlotte Campbell) come from? They can't be from WH . They spent the whole time snorting, picking their no e , and even trying to pick each others' noses.

42

W I TER -

Christma A embly


"Crocodile Rock" and "Blueberry Hill" dominate

The Rocking Christmas Assembly

T ~r~th

is finally out: all humanoid of the female per uasion adore Mr . Gabbard. He may not be Bobby Brown or Elvi , but he i TH E KI G! R ight, Lisa , Ashley, and Deni e ?

Believe it or not, we have two HOT rock bands at WH . Their name are King Vaan and In Your Face, and to paraphrase Queen, "They did. they did rock us!"

WI TER

Chn tma

embly

43


A Second Chance for

The Snowflake Dance UEENS, KI GS, A D OTHER GOOD THINGS. The room wa alive. Row of twin-

Q

kle light danced 'round the room to the beat of the mu ic. The walls hook. "He), Dude, the whole cene was EXCELLENT!" Tara William and Curt Pack (right) were chosen junior repre entative , a were Kri ti Wain cott and Andy Parker (below) for the fre hmen.

Holly Head and Bryan Haye were honored by their sophomore classmates as they were chosen king and queen.

44

WI TER

Snowflake Dance


E

ven though the dance was in ide, Angie Binion and Ryan Cook made a little music of their own in private.

Carmen Field and A hley Boyd accept their honored po ition a reigning enior royalty.

(Left) There were gigantic eye po ted on orne of the wall ... put there, no doubt, b} anxiou parent .

WI TER

nowflake Dance 45


hi year' team improved on Ia t year' record by two game and ended the ea on with a 5-16 record. Mo t of the team were undercla - men; o with the experience gained, next year's team hould be in the thick of the league fight (a little pre ure, Coach Gabbard). Vane a Vair (right) wa named to the All-KTC and All-Area Teams. She was team leader in FT% (60%) and points (199).

T

J.V. TEA\1: (front) L. Campbell, H. Whittamore, Poore, C Meador (back) Coach Weirauch, L. Bailey, J McKenzie, Aurthur, D. Wardwell, A. Florence, Farler, 1\.1 . Camerer, M . Cupp.

Lisa pargur (right) was named All-Area H.M. and was voted be t offensive player on the team. She al o had the highe t field goal percentage (38%) and the highe t point per game overall (11.5).

46

WI TER

Girls' Basketball


Sometimes Out-Scored, But

Never Out-Hustled

J

ackie Richard on (left) was voted H.M. in the KTC and H.M. All-Area. She al o led the team in a i ts (88) and wa voted best defensive player, due to in part to the team-high 47 teals he made. Kri ta Jone made AllArea H.M. tephanie Farler was voted Mo t Improved, and Diana Farler won the Pride, Hustle, Destre Award.

AR lTY TEAM: (front) M chryver, J. Jamey on, J. Richardson, L pargur, M Rogers, V Yair, T. William , K Robm on, K Jone , D. Farler, Coach Gabbard

WI TER -

Girl ' Ba ketball

47


No Returning Lettermen, But

Spartans Redefine Intensity

''l ~:vve~ coached a group of boy who pla)ed as intensely all the time a did thi group. They can be proud of their effort." - Coach Bunnell

The 1990 Spartans had no returning lettermen, and thi lack of experience really hurt. There was, of cour e, no lack of intensity or enthusiasm. As a result, there were everal upsets of highly regarded teams like Madison Plains and Yellow Springs. Even when the team lost, the opponents knew they had been in a tough game. Coach Bunnell and the team represented the school well even though their record was 4- 17.

....... 48

WI TER

Basketball


J

amie Senis (left) waits to snag another of his Dayton Daily News leading 16.5 rebounds per game.

''A p~ayer

tnes especially hard to do his best on parents' night in order to repay his parents for all the time and patience they have put into his high school athletic career." - Jay Osborn

Jamie Servis (left) led the team in most statistical categories. As a result. he was named first team AII-KTC and All-Area Western Star. He was also named to the District #15 SW Ohio All-Underclassman Team and was, of course, voted Most Outstanding Performer by the local coaching staff.

WI TER -

Ba ketball

49


enny Wentworth and Margie McDonald (r~ght) erved a team tramer for the 1990 partan .

J

Travis Hatmaker (below) led the team in assists (105) and made the All-Area Western Star H. M. Team. Heal o made 21 teal and cored 139 point for the year.

VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Charlotte Campbell, Holly Head, Sandra Hartsock, Lisa Litherland, Heather Head, Vanessa Yair.

50

WINTER -

Basketball


H

eather (or is that Holly) Head's concentration seems to be drifting. Thoughts of Josh???

"Cheerleading is hard work, but it's a lot of fun too. By the end of the ea on, the quad feels as if we have become a family." Heather Head

Curt Pack (top) led the team in free throw percentage (67%) and wa named to the Western Star All-Area H. M. Team. Matt John on (left) had 94 points, 52 rebounds, and 16 steal for the year. Shawn Lind ey (above) had 91 rebounds, 141 points, and 20 assist .

WINTER -

Ba ketball

51


on ( keeter) eeley (below) led the team in steals (30) and wa named to the Western Star All-Area H. \1. Team. He al o had 5 a i t , 49 rebound , and cored 188 pomt .

D

J lOR VAR ITY CHEERLEADER : Jodee Bradley, rvlarne Miller, Am} Cale , Kim Drake, Mi y Prewitt, and Angie Binion.

52 \\ I:'I."TER -

BJ ketball


Cheerleaders how the Way to

A Slam-Dunk Season

''W ~e~~eee;a r e multi-talented. We excel at dancing to rap like 'Wiid Thing' and eating Toot ie Pop ." - Charlotte ampbell

J. V. TEAM: BenJi Malcolm, cott Sherritt, Pat Foley, John Butt, David Zimmer. David White. Ryan Cook, Mike Hatfield, John Aker , Dale tacy, Larry Cornett, Jeff Jame) on, Coach Gordon, Coach Philpot, and Coach Bunnell.


David and Lisa

D

avid and Lisa,

under the able direction of Mr. Leist, wa put on by the Drama Club. The play was about two emotionally di • turbed teenager (Li nn Mu elin and Li a Graham) who meet and fall in love.

I

Carlos (Cbri Jones) sing "Patience" (at right) by Guns-1'11-Ro e to the kid at Berkley. David' mother ( hananne Miller) tell him (middle left), "My how you've changed since I've een you Ia t, son." Allen ( te~e Brittingham) trie to tell David what 1 wrong with h1m (middle right), but David won't listen.

54

Wll'\ITER -

Dav1d and Lisa


All Who Attend, Enjoy

Patrick's Dance

M

att Johnon and Michelle ackett (left) enJoyed the dance ~ot too man)' tudents howed up, but tho e who did had a great time.

Nicole Phipp (at left) play the "Leg Guitar" for the amu ement of all pre¡ ent Kody i\1ote, Lori mburgy, and Kri ti Wain cott eem to be enjo}ing them elve during a break in the dance u ual, all g1rl (above) congregate around A hley Bo)'d.

WI"'TER -

t Patrick' Dance

55


Tr ct Abner. 10 T1m \dam. 10 C'harJo, \dkms. 9 John t\ke"· 10 l.or1 Amburg). 10 Jtll -\ nderson. 9 ,\! ha Arrasmith. II

J~1me ,\nhur. 9 Jacl1c Bagford. II Zondra Bagford. II Brtan Ball). 10 L1sa Bad). Q ll.sth) Baker. 9 Ang1e Behnken. II

1\:dl) BeiiiiiJn. 10 Lonn1e B1ddle. 9 Angic B1mon. 10 Brtan Bled'""· 9 B1ll B.>ggeln. II Tomm) Boggs. 10 Scou S.lne111. I 0

Jeff Bradle\. II Jerrod Brndle). 9 Jodee Bradle}. 9 ·\nneue Bro,.n. 10 J h Bro"n. 10 Ttm Bro,.n. 9 Bnan Bunch. I 0

1\ero Burn • 10 John Bull. 10 ·\m) Cales. 10 \1crcdub Cammerer. 9 Charlone Campbell. II Doug Campbell. II Enc Campbell. II


Jeremy Campbell, 9 Usa Campbell, 9 Bnan Caplinger, II

Tom Casebolt. 9 Ch rnelle Clark, I 0 Denrse Clark, 9

.\1 ochcle Clark. 9 Steve Clark, II

Donna Clone, 10

Jeri) Conley, 10 Brod Conner, I0 Jamoe Cook, 10

Ke!lie Cook. I I Ryan Cook. 9 Danoclle Copeland, I I


Larr~ Cornell, 9 Chad Cor,.m, II \1 } Cre«h. II

\f 1

,.

Cupp,

Q

Chnstlna Dakm, II l.:evtn Da>.tn, 9 Tract) Dakm, 10 Jtm Deel, 10

Carl DIII•CJrth, 9 \i1ke Dt.,.orth, II ,\n@Ie Dofferm)er, lo..e'ln Dooley, I0

pnl Drake, 10 Ktm Drake, II Ch1na Dun~an, 10 \f1ke Duncan. II

Travi> Dunham, 10 Came 1-.akm , 9

\fark Earnhart, 9 Bethan) Elhou, II

Q


Jon htes, 10 teplume Farler, 9 Andrew Fenlon, 9 Bee ) Ftshcr, 10 A hlca Florence, I0

Pal Fole). 9 leve Foster, 10 Joe Frcdcroc I0 Bordoe r llCSIOn, 9 Joseph G ffin, II

\1ar&aollc Gargano, 9 Doug Garren, 10 Curl George, 10 Carrot Genpacher, 10 ltsa Graham, II

ant) G nffin, 9 Brcn Grooms, II ~ ocole Hall, 9 Ro cr llall, II Rodney Hamm. II

Bnan Hard)man, II C';ocolc Hartman, 10 Sandra Hartsock, 10 t\pnl H", 9 Moke H11ficld, 9


Br~an Hl\e , 10 Healher Head, 10 lto11) Head, 10 Chr~ H1<e, II Jenn1fer Hodge, 9 \!art) Hubbell, 10 Br~an llud~el. 9

,\mber liur<l, II Charlc:. Hu ton, 9 Jeamne llu ton, 9 \1• e lhle, 10 Laura Isaac, 9 Robert bon, 9 \\end) Jacks.on, II

Larry Jame , 9 Lcc Jamc,, II Jeanne Jamc) n, II Jeff Jame)sOn, 9 Jeff John,on, II Jcnn1fer John n, 10 J u un Johnson, I 0

\13rcu Johnson, 10 \1all John>on, II PatriCia Johnson, 'I '\mber Jone,, 9 Chm Jone , 10 1\r~uJone ,ll

Tam1 Jone., II

1\alhan Kearn•. I0 Lon l\1dd, 10 Scon Jo.:lem. 9 T"lla Kn1 It), 10 \m) Lamb, 10 Chfton Lamb, 10 1\endra Lamb. 10


Rebcccah l.amb, 9 Ryan Lamb, II Dann) l.amb, II

Puas Leycs, 9 Andy La,.rence, 10

Bnan I.e.-as, II

Jerr) Ltnebaugh, 10 Greg Unton, 10 Lee Litherland, 10

Usa Litherland, 10 Brandy L~>1ng ton. 9 \f3Uhcv. ~adden, II

BcnJI \1alcolm, 9 Jason \farltn, 9 Chm \1ayfield, 9


\1atthe~> \1cCann, 10 \1argoc \1c0.:.nald, II Carlean \1cKcnzoc, 9

Cho \fcador, 9 Cr) tal \fcador, II \1ary \nn \foar,, II

\mbcr \1ollcr, 9 John \1ollcr, II JO>h \1ollcr, I I

\farnc \follcr, 9 Shane \1 'lcr, 10 Kcnn) \foil , 9

Tony ~1onara. 10 Kod) \1otc, I 0 Kc,1n \1otc, II

Kris Robi on (above) ay , ''We track star endorse Bubble Yum becau e it 'keep it popping'." WH Grea_er.. (right) sing, "We Go Together.''


D n '\orthern. 10 Curt Pac , II M••e P olctt1. 10 Andy Parker, 9 Chn Pauon. 9 Jenny Pcnmnaton. 9 Shannon Perdue, 9

'\1cole Ph1pps. 10 Sb2nnon P rc. 9 Jason Practcr, II Lon Prcwnt, 9 \11 y Prew111, 9 Pam Pnckctt, II Cand• Pumm1ll, II

Cla1re Pu mm11l, I I Ansel R•>· 9 John Reed I I Jackie RIChardson. 10 Kev~n R1ley. 9 Dan Rozo-Pa I ron. I I Ron R02rk, 9

Krutcnne Robinson. 10 \1 > R crs. 10 \f .chelle S ell, 9 Kcnn hellcnbaraer, 10 \1ehnda hry>er, 10 \1ehssa Schryver, 10 Jam•e Sci'VIS, II

Scou Shcrm. II D1ana Shuler, 9 Trav1s S1der • II Trevor Sidert II Da"'n Skagp II helley m11h, I0 Tony Smnh. I

We ne\er sav. Mike Young (above) v.ith Big Bird, Burt. nd Ernie: but he i definitely WHS' Cookie :\ton ter. :\fereditb Cammerer (left) eem lo t 1n thought. ''Let' ee . . . hould I take my history or Engli · h home to MUd) thi v. eekend?"


Carne pen cr. 10

Inc Sp11cs. 9 Matt Sp~rcs. II D le Stac). 10 Emerson Ste,. rt, 10 Steve Stc,.art. II Brad SUics. II

Rob Sules, II Davod "artzel, 10 \leh Trent, 10 Darrc'l Trusty, 10 Juhe Tucker. II \ aneua \ a~r II G nger \\anpler. 10

Heather \\ nnpler. 10 Jason \ anderpool, I 0 Ronda \ nnderpool, Q Jason Vanlloose, 9 \ onccnt Vanscoy, Q Chn \an\\onkle. 10 :-.hell) \\ ardlo", II

lea \\ atson. II Brenda \ on ent. II Roger \ oncent. 9 Deno~ Wardwell, 10 l'n to \\ ams tt, 9 Jennof<r Went"orth, 10 Rhonda \\hop ey, II

Da'td Whole, I~ Heodo Whottamore. 9 Tara \\ olhams, II \fand) Wolfe. II Rob WO<ld). 10 \ftkc Young. 10

Davod Zommcr, II


The soon-to-bevictorious SophomoreJunior lady Spartans have their "game face " on just before they go on the warpath.


''spring

i time for port . Thi time of year mo t of them are outs1de. My attitude lighten up a little ometime too much in the cia room. I enjoy playing baseball and be¡ ing with my friend . I usually look forward to the end of chool, but thi year's the BIG 0 E. Then on to college " - Rob Kallage

"Spnng means freedom to me - freedom to get outside and participate in my two favorite sport :track and tennis. I'll always remember the coaches that I've had at WHS; they've been very patient and helpful. It's amazing; hard practices really do get you somewhere. I wi h every season were pring because spring ha the perfect temperature to do ju t about anything a per on would want to do." - Collin Cranmer

66

PRING -

lntro


Now At Last It's Time for

Seniors' Last Spring at WHS ~----------' ' S pring is a rebirth becau e everything come back to life: the flower , the grass, and other plant life. It al o mean that the end of chool is near Senioritis begins to set in and you don't want to go to school or listen to anyone older than you are." - Kelly l\1iranda

"This is the most special sprmg of my life because when chool' out thi time, it' out for good. It's scary, but I'm ready for tt. When it begins to get warm, you can talk mo t teacher into having clas out tde; that mean you won't do anything pnng alway put everyone in a good mood; nobody feel like doing anything. Girls start to worry about what they will wear to the Prom, but I don't have to worry about who' taking me." - Kri ty Ray

PRING -

Intra

67


Tommy Bogg (right) tung the ball all year. He had three triple , three home run , 21 R BI's, and hit a whopping .475. Jamie andlin (below) made thing happen for the team. He led the partans in tolen ba e (33), hit (32), and hit a hefty .421. For his effort he wa named to the WARR E CO NTY ALLTAR TEAM.

Rob Kallage (right) continued to flash his big league potential all year and was named ALL- TATE FIR T T EAM. Heal o continued his streak of 88 con ecutive stolen bases which began at the end of his fresh-

68

PRING -

Baseball

man year. He led the team in runs (30), hits (32), home runs (4), walks (16), and batting average (.561) Robby accepted a cholar hip to play ba eball for Florida International Univer ity.


Early Adversity Leads to

Second Place in the KTC

T

he partan were primed to win their third straight league championship but had to ettle for econd place becau e of adver ity early in the ea on. They fini hed with a fine 15-9 record and beat mo t of the largest and be t chools in the area Coach

Nell remarked, "I have the utmo t respect for the e young men and wi h them the very be t in the future. In the four year we've been together, we've earned a record of 70-

37."

bawn Lind ey (above), the elf-proclaimed " P ER- TAR," completed his fir t varsity season with a 5-2 record and a 2.96 ERA. Jeff far (left) wa a four year letterman who had a career .361 batting average. Jeff made the ALL-WARREN CO NTY TEAM and was H. M. ALL-KTC. He played outfield and pitcher, and he will be mi ed becau e of hi leader hip.

P RI NG -

Ba eball

69


R

ob tile (nght), "a great kid" according to Coach ell, led the partan pitcher 1n game p1tched ( 12), inning (57), strike outs (56), and win (6). Jo h Miller (below) led the team in at bats (80), double (8), and RBI's (32); Jo h hit a olid .375 for the year. VARSITY BA EBALL: (front) Tim Adams, JeffSe slar, Josh Miller, Jamie Sandlin, Brad Stiles, Rob tile . (back) Coach ell, Pat Foley, Tommy Bogg • Rob Kallage, Travi Hatmaker, " uperstar" Lind ey, Tim \1iltenberger, Brian Hardyman, Coach Williams.

Tim l\lliltenberger (right) wa a three year letterman at third ba e and hit .374 as a senior. Coach Nell commented, "Tim took a lot of pride in the program and worked very hard. I have never seen anyone improve as much as he did in four years."

70

PRJ G -

Ba eball


Girls Advance To Sectional Semi's

A

fter a slow start, the girls played well and won three out of their last four outings. Their first •vm was celebrated at Pizza Hut at Coach Hipple's expen e. Angie Lamb (far left) earned ALL-KTC honors and was voted team MVP. Kri Robinson (below) led the team in most offensive categorie and received the Best Offenshe Player award Other award were a follow Cbi Meador, Be t Defen e; Ambe r Hur t, M o t lmprofed; Brooke Miller, Player' Awa rd; and Heidi Wittamore, Coach' Award.

OFTBALL T EAM: (front) Crystal Meador, Angie Lamb, Twila Km ley, Chi Meador, Jam1e Arthur, Brooke Miller, (back) Mr . Hipple, Kris Robi on, Jackie M1ndy R ichardson, Schryver, Lisa Campbell, Heidi W hittamore, hlea Hinchshaw, Amber Hur t, Mi y Roger .

PRI"iG -

oftball

71


Best Season in Years

Most Will Return in '91

Both the girls and gu)S boasted an excellent t~o-mlle rela) team. The boys" team (M. Paoletti, J. Butt, C. Cranmer, and C. George) broke the school record ~ith an 8.59 time. The girls' team (A. Binion, J. Went~orth, V. Vair, and . Hart ock) knocked 32 second~ of' I. s:

72

SPRI~G

-

Track

year' best time. Kri ta Jone. (nght) proved to be a tough competitor in both the I 00 and 300 meter hurdles. he boasted four I st place finishes and s1x 2nd place finishes. Krista qualified for the finab of the Regional.


A

!though there were only eleven girls and thirteen boys on the team thi year, tl1e partans proved they could run competitive¡ I) with choob sportt 1g larger team . The girl took thtrd place and the boy took fifth place at the KTC League Meet. The girls also placed third at the Di trict !\teet and took all but t""o g1rl to the Regional Meet. Congratulation to the team member and to Coach Paul and Coach Gordon.

Kri tenne Robi on (far left) broke the school record (II 0'7") and won the KTC in the dt cus. Collins Cranmer, the only senior on the team, ran strong leg in both the mile and two-mile relays. Collin was awarded the Captain' Trophy at the pring port ' Banquet.

PRI!'.G -

Track

73


T

he 800 meter relay team (below right) con 1 ung of Vanes a Yair, Krista Jone , Li a Litherland, and Marne Miller proved them elve when they took econd place at the KTC meet with a 57.4 clocking and then made the Di trict final . Marne Miller (below) cored many pomt for the partan .

Li a Bailey (far right) took first place at the KTC meet in the two-mile run with a league record 12:46 9 time. Li a won the Pride, Hustle, and Desire ~a rd.

1990 SPARTAN TRACK TEAM

74

PRING -Track


Tennis Team Improves With

Three Wins in the KTC

T

he tennis team compiled a 3-9 record in the KTC tht year Semors on the team mcluded Rob Parker (left), the team's MVP and (II smgle player, C hri s Hamer (below), C ollin Cranmer, and Jim huler. Parker made

an impres ive jump from bemg second doubles last year. Hamer , Cranmer, and Shuler al o made great trides throughout the ea on, and Jim huler was named most improved on the team.

T he team wi ll be anchored next year by four expenenced undercla men Matt McCann, Andy Parker, te~e Clark, a nd Amy Lamb. "The key IS to develop t he program from a reserve of young player ," ay Mr. Moore.

TE Chri Matt my

I TEAM: (back) Rob Parker. Hamer • Jtm huler, teve Clark, McCann, (front) Rebecca Lamb, Lamb, ndy Parker, M r \ifoore.

PRI'\G -

Tenni

75


H ha one of the malle t team in the tate, but one of the be t in the tate the eighth be t, in fact. Our team wa al o unique becau e we had the onl> girl andra Hart ock who qualified for the boy ' state champion hip. Marty Hubbell (right) came in econd at tate in the I 00 brea t troke (58.81) and third in the 200 IM (I :54.19).

W

Lee Litherland (above) came in II th in the district in the 100 FREE (49.36) and 21st in the 200 IM (2:05.78) and qualified for the state meet. Sandra Hartock was part of the 17th best medley relay team in the state (1 :43.03).

76

PRING - Swimmer


WHS Swimmers Splash Their Way to the

Eighth Best Finish in the State of Ohio

Lee Lttherland andra Hart ock Ja on Praeter Marty Hubbell

Ja on Praeter (above) fini hed 5th in the tate in the 50 FR EE (21.64) and 8th in the tate in the 100 FLY (52.20). The team's th place fini h in the tate wa , at pre time, the be t re ult of any of our athletic team . We applaud the }ear¡ of hard \\Ork that made thi re ult po ible.

P RI

l'lm r


French Club Dinner

T

he French Club again put on an excellent dtnner in order to raise money for their annual trip. This wa the eleventh year in a row for the trip, which is the culmination of two year of preparation by Mr. Dillon (right) and his student They had ¡everal

other proJects during the year as well: the pastry booth, a bird seed ale, and a pig raffle. All of the e prOJects together raised over $8,000 . This amount paid for the night plus some other expenses.

The 1990 Spartan taff would like to thank Mr. Dillon for his years of dedication to the yearbook, hi students, and our community. After putting thi year's book together, we better appreciate the burden orne work involved in this proce s.

78

PRING -

French Dinner


Eleventh French Trip ' ' T hetripwa a great cultural adventure for all. It was an experience that will be with u for a long, long time," said Doug Campbell. Doug was

JOined on the tnp by Jo h Brown, Brad Conner, "iicole Hartman, 'VI ike I hie, Jennifer John on, athan Kearn , Tara Williams, and two Little Miam1 students.

Highlight of the trip included a p1cmc on the grounds of Ver allle Palace, the La cala di co and Rock Cite, an incredible meal at the Mouhn de Mougins a three tar re taurant near Cannes, and the beautiful canal town of Brugge , BelgiUm. The tudent al o v1 ned \>iont amt Michel and the Roman ruins in outhern France.

PRI G -

French Trip

79


"This year's musical cast \\aS very young. Y.ith only two of the leads having speaking roles in past years. However, the cast did an outstanding job and Greau set a new audience attendance record. I was very proud of the hard work of the cast. crey.. and production staff. Great Show!" said :\1r. Leist.

80 SPRING -

Grease


CAST: Charnelle C lark Ashlea Florence Jeff Bradley Heather Head • ' icci Phipp Chr!> Jone Steve Stewart \ofatt Carter Kevin Dooley China Duncan April Hass Linn Mu elin Ryan Lamb Ken Garrett Holly Head

Marty (Heather Head) and the "Pink Ladie ' ('\icci Phipps, China Duncan, and Li a Graham) ing "Freddy. My Love," from the Pajama Part)' scene. Teen Angel (Ken Garrett) sings (at left) "Beaut} School Dropout" to Frenchy (China Duncan) and other member of the beautifully coiffed choir On the facmg page Danny Zuko (Linn Muselin) and Patty Simcox (A blea Florence) do a little "Shakin' at the H1gh School Hop.'' At the top of the facmg page, Doody (Chri Jon ) and Frenchy (China Duncan) dance at the Prom to the ong "It' Raining on Prom ~ight."

PRI"'/G -

Grease 81


Grea ers from Rydell High

Appear on Local Stage

M

r. David Lei t wa. voted Mo t Excellent Teacher in the h1gh chool by the admm1 tration. This honor, no doubt, was due in part to the ellcellent productions

he tage each year. Grease. th1s year's production, wa no ellception. The scenery. the co ¡tume , the muic, and every other aspect of the production were fir t rate.

Matt Carter (top right) wa a convincing " Kemckie." Matt seemed to be a favorite of many in the aud1ence and mo t of the girls on tage as well. Hi big number in the play was "Grea ed Lightnin'," a slick tune performed by him and the Burger Palace Boy Doug Garrett (right) played two roles, Johnny Casmo and Teen Angel. He had the audience rocking along with him when he belted out " Born to Hand-Jive" Charnelle Clark played a tough chool teacher (Mi Lynch), who wa modeled, no doubt, on teacher from Springboro.

82

PRI'\G -

Grease


TECH CREW: Clifton Lamb Trish Hall Chri Cherne ky Roger Vincent Cra1g Morton Mike Young

ORCHESTRA: Ehne Jollay Colin Vogt Andy Lawrence Kevin Fenner Mr. Bilbrey Laureen Catlin choreographer Linda \\' ilt make-up Thoma Fox lighting

April Ha

(above) played the female lead, and:r Dumbrow ki he d1d a great JOb on her two b1g number , "Summer ights" and "It's Raming on Prom 1ght" At left, Jeff Bradley and Heather Head do a few twist and turn a Eugene Florczyk and :1arty . Kenickie (far left) struts h1 tuff.

3


An lmpre ive Candlelight Ceremony

For New Members f a tudent i to qualify for the ational Honor ociety, he mu t excel in many different area : cholarship, leaderhip, service, and character. Tho e tudent who qualify are inducted into the ociet) in an impre ive candlelight ceremony.

I

Kristy Ray spoke to the audience about character, "Web ter define ¡ character as ' ... moral vigor or firmne , e p. a acquired through elf-di cipline' ."

84

PRI G -

attonal Honor ociety

Th1 )Car' officer hananne Miller, Ena Ander on, Kri ty Ray, and Tammy Manning explained to the students and parent as embled the four criteria nece ary for induction. Each student wa then given a lighted candle a he was inducted.


As part of the ceremony Mr. Bell and Mr . Clark per onall) congratulate each student and hi parent . Matt McCann and his parents eem rightfull) proud of hi being accepted into our chool' mo t pre tigious or-

"I was really urpri ed. See, every day after school I would ask my mom if she had talked to anyone from the school about .H.S. And every day he would say, ' o, was I suppo ed to?' After the ceremony my mom aid, 'I didn't lie to you. The chool called while I was at work, and your dad took the call not me!' "

-

Charnelle Clark

5


All who Were Present Enjoyed

The Spring Concert

86

S

emor Ro b Phillip (right) recetved a lot of recognition for mu teal achtevement during hi high chool career. Rob was the top tuba player elected to the O.M .E.A Di trict XIII Honor Band and wa invited to perform tn honor band at Ohio tate. He wa pre ented the Semper

Fide/i Award by the U Marine Corp and wa the winner tn the Muic and Art Category of the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative' Golden Galaxy Award. He also played tn England, Mexico, Germany, and Rus ia a a member of the All-American Youth Band.

Thi year' enior clas tn chotr wa mall, but impre ive. Chri Chern ky wa a fir t year member and dtd an out tanding job. Linn Mu elin improved greatly and ang with the 1989 All-Ohio tate Fair Youth C hoir. hananne Miller and Matt Carter

were both in Junior high choir and enior high ch01r for even year Matt ang in the 1988 tate Fair Youth Choir. Mr. Lei t ay , "Congratulations and thank you, senior . We'll all miss you and the great job you did."

PRI NG -

pring Concert


A Crowd Attends

Academic Awards

T

he Academic A wards Program recognized achievement by WHS students. Andrew Fenlon (left) scored I st in Ohio in English 9 among 597 stu· dents m Division II I schools.

"When I received the 'Freshman of the Year' award, I was both surprised and hap· py. I just couldn't help but smile. I looked up a few rows and saw the smiles on my parents' faces, which made me feel even

better. Being honored with this award was a great feeling," aid Li a Bailey. Li a car· ried a 4.00 GPA, made AII-KTC in track and cross country, and participated in other sports as well.

PRING- Academic Awards

87


''It

was great to pend an evening with Matt and all of our friend . It wa almo t a if he were back in high chool with me agam - Charlotte ampbell

"It was a wonderful evening for me because I was with a wonderful guy." -Mandy Wolfe

88

PRING -

Prom


Rob and Diana Reign Over Junior-Senior Prom

R

ob Kallage and Diana Farler were chosen king and queen this year "I was very surprised," aid Diana, "when my name was called. I felt kmd of embarras ed, but I wa excited knowing my friends had voted for me."

"The Prom was really fun and exciting," aid mber Hur t (left) " I had a great time de pite the fact that I wa paranoid all evenmg about keepmg my dre up." Claire Pummill (left) and Rob Parker made a win orne two orne. Mi y Creech (above) seem to be saying, "I don't know what I'm going to do with this guy; he's crazy about me!"

PRI G -

Prom

9


P

rom night really tarted long be¡ fore Ma) 5th . Fir t ''e had to make the date and then bu) the ticket . After that, there were dre e to bu),

" Being at the Prom wa really neat. Everyone gets all dres. ed up and has a great time. The H all of t"nme looks like an old Southern plantation. All the belles in their pretty dresse and gentlemen 1n

90

S PRI!'iG -

Prom

tuxedos to be rented, and no.... er to be purchased. Then both have to pend the afternoon fixing their hair. Later when \1om and Dad are takmg our p1cture ,

their suit just eem totakeyou back to an earlier era. The theme this year \\.as a 'Ma querade,' and every¡ one had a great time!'' said :\1i y pencer.

Dad say omething dumb like, "Hey, you guy clean up pretty good." Once we survived that, we were off to the Hall of Fame to enjoy our Prom.


The After-Prom Was Held

At the Countryside "Y"

W

e'd like to thank our parents and friend for the great after-prom. There was a hot live band. lob of good food,

and all ktnd~ of thing to do. We could swim, dance, hoot pool, play racquet ball, or try to win a "fortune" in the casino.

Jamie Seni (left) shows that he wa equally adept at monster dunking, whether on land or at sea. Cbarnelle Clark and Ryan Lamb (above) were winners in the one-cued, mixed-team, bumper pool marathon.

PRI"iG -

After-Prom

91


''A

friendly smile usually warm the ptllte face of quiet, soft- poken Kathy Jones (right) . In the classroom Kathy is a con cienttous tudent. 'Integrity' and 'high moral principles' are terms that could appropriately refer to her behavior Kathy i an 'honor student' in every "'ay." - Mrs. Town end

Katby Jones was the Valedtctonan of the Class of 1990 and wa graduated Magna Cum Laude. Lori Vlendenball (middle right) was at o graduated Magna Cum Laude and was one of the three Salutatorians who spoke at Commencement. Joining Lori were E na Anderson (middle left) and Jim S huler (top right) . All four gave thought-provoking speeches which were well received by the audience.

92

S PRING -

Graduation


Wayne ville High

chool Pre ents

The Graduates of 1990

T

oday' the day. A I walk in here for graduation, everything look the arne, but omehow it' different, strangely different. A week ago I thought I'd leap through the door when it was finally opened, that I would jump at the chance to trade in a (cant below)

comfortable pre ent for an unknoY..n future. But, now it' not o easy. For year , thi building' been a fortre Y..here I could be with other who under tand me, ... other "me' " It's been a protective womb de igned by orne higher poy,.er to at1 fy my every need But today it' different. Even my locker look But, I gue ¡ it's not m;. locker anymore. Maybe the place ha n't changed; maybe it' me. I that po ible? It' only been a couple day . new me? Hummm .•. Ye , I like the ound of that. I hope the new me y,.jll be more re pon ible. I the right kind of hope the neY.. me Y..ill be bolder, take chance chance . !think I'll like the new me; ye , y,.e're going to get alongJu t fine.

PRI~ G

-

Graduation

93


T

he tudent were a ked what they would alway remember about their teachers and Jamie Henry rephed, "I'll e pecially remember M r. BeU. He helped me pull through my emor year." Tere a Poole aid, ''I'll always remember a few teach· er like Mr . mitb, Mr . Conley, and Mr . Clark. They've not only been my teachers but they have al o been my friend !" Mi y pencer

aid she'll always remember Mr. Webb fondly, "Mr. Webb would al· way mtle and speak to every tu· dent he passed in the hall, and be· fore a test he would always ·ay, 'Bear in mind that any further talk· ing will re ult in a fifteen minute detention after chool'" Matt Carter reported, "It wa always fun to watch Mr. Lei t' blood pres ure go up when I walked in the room."

Other enior ob ervatwn were as fol· lows: "I just accomplished my first and last goal - I graduated," said "Skeeter" Neeley. Asbley Boyd remarked, "In the words of James Brown, 'I feel good, Do·

94

S PRI G -

Graduation

da Do·da Do·da Do; I knew that I would now'." "Well, Dudes," said J eff esslar, " I consider my h1gh school career as being a chapter from the book, Bill and Ted and Jeffs EXCELLE T Adventure."


One Hundred Eighteenth

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES

W

hen asked what he'd remember most fondly about WHS, Rob Kallage replied, "Well, h1gh chool's come and gone, and I wouldn't change a thing even if I could. I have great memorie that I'll carry with me all my life." Ena Anderon aid, "I can't believe the big day is finally here! I'm an){ious to graduate, but I will m1 all of my friends dearly!"

PltOC£

IO~AL

Rood

PU:DC£ or AL!L::-IA~C.l

o............ Jln J R t Chutd

J!IIIVOCATIOtl.

"•1"""6

laa'-Ct YIPt

•GrwaCWJ

WEI.COME: Clan-.. SAUJTATORIA~s

£ . . LMh Alldl-r'IOft LanJM \t~tl

J . .... Jlobrn. Sh.lrr (a~tr... J"ictuloftAtAaE abibitioll

0..-.1

by Ma.110rPkJ VAL£DIC'11JRIAS

... Clio..

PRt:SI: 'TATIO~ OFCL.\.

\ tr

PR.ESI:,TATIO"- OF DIPLO'd "S

Bo.rdcl Eduuuon

ft.• J

BL,EDICI"IO' "•~

lt£C

"The best thing at WH that I w1ll alway remember," aid Tammy Manning, "1 the support and concern from all the WH faculty. Without the1r encourage-

RctlardA lktl

U.u..d

•C,._.,

\t~.t C1lwd

10' 'L

~tion

&.ad Y.arcb from

f

\o\ an

ment and willingne s to help, I could never have made it a far a I have, emotionally and academically. Thanks for your help; I'll always remember you."

PRJ G -

Graduation

95


Other senior comments are as follows: "I will remember most fondly," said Michelle colt, "my friends I have known nearly all my life, and we really have a wealth of memories. I'm ready to graduate now because I'm sick of getting up early and doing school work. But after I graduate, I'll

96

SPRI G -

Graduation

look back and remember all the good times." Kathy Jones aid, "WHS has brought me many treasured memories. I have shared them with my friends in the class of 1990. We have joked around, but we have always stuck together. I will never forget any of these friends."


Anderson

Brown

Well, Kelly finally turned eighteen, and •• urprise!" many of her friends remembered her with balloon , flower • and be. t wi he .

Erua Anderson: Honor ociety, FHA. Peer Coun eling. Student Council, B.P.A .• Library A i tant There-;a 8o g : FH tudent Council. Cia Officer. Cheerleading, Yearbool. partacu • Powder Puff Don Booher. Football, Ba ketball. FHA. Peer Coun eling. 'tudent Council, Cia . Officer, Ba eball Gr~ Bo~

r: FFA

A hley Boyd: occer, FHA. Ba eball Jeff Brown: Football.

Trac -. FHA, French lub, Baseball, Power lifting


Seniors Have Fun

Being Number One obby Kallage, Rex Kuriger, and Jamie Sandlin worked hard and contributed to everalleague champion hip in football and several other ports as well.

R

Some lucky girl was number one with Ashley Boyd when thi picture was taken. Later, however, several others shared this honor.

98

PRI G

Seniors


A

the banner at the left ugge ts, we enior did have fun; and we were definitely numero uno. Diana Farler (far left), T heresa Boggs, J eff Brown, and Kelly Miranda (below) were "a real hoot" all year long. Rob P hillip (below) won everal pre tigiou mu ic award , and " keeter" eeley, doing a little and bla ting at left, provided senior leadership on the FA VC championship golf team.

E lOR CLA OFFI CE RS : Tamm y Mannin g, bu ine manager; Kell} Miranda, pre ident; T heresa Bogg , vice-pre ident; Kri ty Ray, ecretar}; and " Rocking Robin" Hodge, treasurer.

P RI G

emor

99


\lalt Cam : BP

:\1att C rter: French Club, Quiz Team, Chmr, 1u ical, Drama

Chri Chernesky: Soccer, hoir, Yearbook, Muse Machine, Musical, Drama. Latin Club Virgil Clark: I· r

Bill Collard: FHA, Art Collins Cranmer: Track, Socc~:r, hench Club, Muse Machine Connie Oatis: BP K) le Doole~: Football, Track, Po'<~er Lifting Diana Farler: Volleyball, f"HA, Peer Counseling, Student Council, Powder Puff, Basketball

:\-fissy Farley: Class Officer, heerleading, PoV~der Puff, Chmr Ketin Fenner: 'occer, Band, Golf Co} Ferguson: BP Carman Fields: Volleyball, FHA, Band Michele Frye: FHA, Powder Puff

100


Carnes

Frye

Diana Farler (above) enjoy the excitement of the Homecoming fe tiv1ties. Carman Field~ (below) snacks on a licorice tick during halftime


"Friends are people you can count on when you need thing like advice, understanding, or even money. By the way, There a, can you spring for the movie thi weekend? I'm all tapped

out." -Jay Osborn "Friends are forever. You can lean on them; they'll never let you down." - Joe Taulbee

a

Real friends are always there for us. They sit on the stage and chat with us after lunch or maybe share an extra sucker with us at a ball game. They surprise us with a birthday party, which always feels good, especially when we're thouands of miles away from home. They are always happy for us when we experience success.

I02

PRJ G

enior

c


Let's Stay Together

Friends Are Friends Forever

"You can tell your friend your deepe t, darkest ecret: and he' ll never laugh . Rex i alway there at crunch time both on and off the field " - Ja mie andlin.

Friend don't mind if you act a little goofy at a ball game (above). "You're right, Skeeter; your tongue i purple. " Of cour e, we would never Jet our parent know thi (left), but Mom and Da d are good friend too . . . ometime the be t friend a guy could have . .. right, Donny?

PRI NG

emor

103


Kathy Gibson: Volleyball, FHA, Powder Puff, oftball, Teacher' id Chri Hamer : Tennis Rebecca Hartman: Basketball, FHA, Powder Puff. FFA, 4-H

Tra~i Hatmaker: Ba ketball, occer, FHA, Fre ch C ub, Ba eball, Golf. 1use Machine

Robyn Hodge: Volleyball, Basketball, FHA. tudent Council, Clas Officer, BPA, Yearbook, Band, Powder Puff, oftball am Hoffer: Football, Track, Band Kathy Jone : Track, Honor oc1ety, FHA, tudent Council. Spartacus, Library si tant Rob Kallage: Football. Basketball, FHA, Peer Coun cling, Ba eball Da~id

Klein: Band, Fall Pia} panish

Rex Kuriger: Football, Honor oc et}, FHA, Power Lifting Craig Lamb: FFA Philip Lamb: Football, Basketball, CrossCountr}

104

PRI~G

emor


Gibson

Mendenhall

"Hey, Jeff, l knO\\ it matche~ ' ur hair, but Coach "ell "ant you m uniC 1rm for the team picture."

Deanne

Le~i

: BP

ha~n Lind ey: Ba ketball, occer, FHA, French Club. Baseball

Tom Linebaugh: BPA

Valerie Long: BPA Tammy Manning: \ olley ball, Honor octety, FHA Peer Coun. ehng, tudent Counctl, Cia. Officer, Po\\der Puff, oftball, CAP Lori 1\tendenhall: Honor ¡octety, tudent Council, Cia s Officer, Yearbook, Chmr, BPA. Drill Team


H

and gesture can mean a lot of different things: good game, hi, congratulations, get out of my face, I'm cool, or if I tand thi way, they'll think I'm cool.

Kelly Miranda u e her hand to keep her mouth hut o her Baology II cia won't lind out what he had for breakfa t.

hawn Lind ey (above) tells his girlfriend, "If you don't like the wa1 I dance, there's the door." Sometimes we use our hands to let a pecial person (right) know how we feel about him or her. Right, Kevin and April? The body language of Robby and Kristy (right) seems pretty nonchalant, but they were excited about Homecomtng.

I06

PRI G

em or


Seniors, We've Got to

Hand It to You

H

ands are useful in sport , too. A player can congratulate the other team after a hard- fought victory. AI o, he can pick up hi awards after the game, "Hey, Coach Longworth, over here. I was MVP last week."

Diana Farler (above) puts her hands together for the S partans as they pull out another close one. Travis Hatmaker (left) tries to maneuver around the outstretched hand of an Eagle defender.

PRING

emor

107


Thorn Michener: afcteria \\Orkcr. .P. Engli h Justin \tiller: Teacher\ Aid hananne ;\tiller: Honor 0<.1ety, FHA, French Club, Band, Flags, Qui7 Team, Choir. Muse Machtne Tim \tiltenberger: FHA. Ba. eball, occer Kelly Miranda: Volleyball, FHA, tudent Council, Class Officer, Powder Puff. oftball I.inn Mu elin: occer, French Club. Yearbook. Choir, Muse Machine. Art. Mu ical, Drama

Amy Myers: FHA. Choir, Peer Coun cling, ,\ fu e Machine Don

~eeley:

Basketball, Soccer, Golf

Jay Osborn: Football, Track, Basketball, FHA, French Club

Rob Parker: French Club, Band, Tenni Pam Park : BPA Mike Payne: Library Aid

108


Michener

Sesslar

Brian Phillips: Soccer, FHA Robert Phillips: Peer Counseling, Band. Golf, Choir, Mu e Machine Theresa Poole: FHA, Teacher

id

Kri ty Ray: Hon• r Soc1ety, FHA, Clas Officer, Cheerleading, Spartacus, Powder Puff

Kelly Ridinger: BPA Jamie andlin: Football, Track, FHA. French Club, Cia Officer, Baseball, Power Lifting Team Michelle cott: FHA, Student Council, Cia Officer, Powder Puff Jeff lar: Football, Basketball, Soccer, French Club, Cia Officer, Ba eball

• •

• •


wccc ''T ~ee~a~ Center

gave me a great opportunit) to gain experience. I'm glad I made the decision to attend it this year. I gained computer knov.ledge that \\ill be of great usc in the future." - Ena Anderson "Attending the Career Center was a helpful experience. I acquired many skills \\ hich \\ill be beneficial after graduation, and I'm glad I had the opportunity to go there this year." - Michelle Scott

110

PRI G

enior


S

orne Waynesville student get onthe-Job training at the WCCC. Billy mith (left) ts hard at work learning electrical trades. Others (below) get practical experience in agriculture mechanic .

I

PRI G

emor

Ill


Mike baffer: Football. f FA Jame

buler: Honor ociety, Soccer, French Club. Band, Tennis Bill mitb: Football, FH , Baseball

Li a

pargur: Volleyball, Ba ketba I, FHA. Yearbook. Band, Powder Puff, oftball

Missy Spencer: FHA, French Club, Powder Puff, Muse Machine Perry

tiles: Football. Basketball, FHA

Julie utberland: FHA, Peer Counseling, Student Council, Cia Officer, Powder Puff, Choir Joe Taulbee: Track, FHA, French Club

112

PRING

Seniors


te~e tel"art (top left) ay , ''I've invented a new dance. ee all tho e ant ? Ju t bend over and stomp tho e little critter " o, Linn, (top right) this i Racbael we've heard so much about all year. Ke~in Fenner and April Drake (above) rode to the Prom in a Ltmo. II R1ght , Ketin! Kri ty Ray (left) eemed to have a good time "Twi ting the .,._,,ght Away."


... "'

.. . ..

..

•


,

PRI G - Yearbook

115


WHS

I

I

46- 6 10- 0 14-13 0-16 34- 6 52- 7 29- 0 14-22 47-27 37-28

OPPONE T Blanche ter Little Miami King· Mill Cedarville Madi on Plain linton Ma sie Greenview East Clinton Yellow prmg outhea tern

CONGRATULATIONS,

SENIORS You worked and tudied very hard for this special day; Congratulations and Good Luck in every thing you do. May the future hold great happiness for you: All the ability of the future, All the contributions of the past, All the hopes of the future, it is for you to Know all, it is for you to do all: To accomplish great things we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan but also believe. Good Luck, God Bless, Always Remember Waynesville High.

;2/J-;;.tJqui-. WHS 7- 8 8- 9 I 3- 6 1- 2 10- 9 16-12 2-10 3-18 I 3- 7 0- 4 6- I I 3- I I

OPPONE 'T WHS OPPO E T I 3- I G'view B'brook 4- I C Ma · ie Lebanon 10- 3 S'ea~tern Fenwick 16- 4 Bethel V. View 4- 2 M. Plains King 23- 8 Y. prings L Miami 3-10 Franklin S'eastern 4- 5 C'ville M. Plains 2- 0 E Chnton Y. Sprang 6- I G'view C'ville 6- 3 c Ma ie L. Miami 8- 9 Reading (T) E. Clinton

President'C Waynesville Booster Inc. 1990 With your support, the Waynesville Athletic Boosters were able to purchase the follow· lng to support your son or daughter. Your work or donations made these projects possl· ble and II SUCeess. tl85 Tournament Ad Varsity Basketball Baseball and Soflbtll Uniforms (High Schoor)

S 3~ 00 1.2•0 00

Welding & Supplloes Preetlce Goal • • •

75 00

Lights Footboll Field • • • • • • • • . • • • • • •

2. 160 00

lebor on the lights . • . • • • Jecket1 lot' the Footbell T11m • • • • • • • • •

135 00 TOTAl

J.4.295 00

Tournement Ad Varsity Betketbelt , , , • • • s 4500 Besebell Blttlf'g Cegt • . . • 1158 58 Jr Htgh Treck UniiOfms &. Hurdles •••• 729 35 Htgh Jui'T'ip Pit • .. • • . • 1.46000 Wlfm Up Suits&. Jecketa {High School) •• 1.432 15 Golf Tettn •••••••••••••••• 50000 Wall Mats J r Htgh Gym • • • •• 89500 Coech Stecey (Besebell Coech FH) 40000 Sports M@dlclne Cltnlc 9000 Cherlte GilliS MilS H S Gym •• 1. 12930 Heatth & Slrtogth Wetghh & Benc h 50000 Roberds - TV fOf Vtewtno Films (AJI Sports) 20000 Sherwin Wlltltms Building Supplies 36488 SMA Electric & Supplies Shcwtr Rooms 2.223110 _ _7~QQ Bellbfook Ortvel- Ore vel for Building TOTAL 111,004 31

Now Pod• for Ho4on Sled, •••

WHS 74-95 70-68 38-69 31-48 50-53 61-68 1 81 -82 47-54 59-65 53-50 ,

1

1

I

OPPO E. T 39-lOOB'brook B'horn 48- 59C'ville Ma on 58· 78 'Boro 94- 99 'eastern C'ville S'eastern 53· 90 E. linton E. Clinton 36- 55 M. Plain C. Ma sie 77· 68C. Ma sie Kings 38· 64G'view G'view 46- 67L Miami Y. Spring 76- 72Y pnng \1. Plains 49- 71 Jeff (T)

875 00 1.100 00

eoo 00 2.000 00

Adt for Athletes In Ali-Ster Games • • • • • • TOTAL

~ ~

$1,050.00

1181 New locktr Rooms In Boys Sldt . . • . . . • • . Verstty Treck Boys & Gtrls Wermupt ....... lights tot Be<~ebell Field ............ . .... Fe'lclng tor Football Fteld ••••••••••••• Jr Htgh 8uketbal1 Unllorm• • • • • • • • • • • TOTAL

IIH Verstty Buktlblll UnlfOfmt ,, •••• , ••••••• Ve,tll)' Gtrlt Uniforms , •••••. a •• , , • , Verslty Volleyball Uniforms ••••••.•••••• lewnSwH~f • • • ••••• Swim Teem Stet• Wermups & Uniforms ••••• Fencing on All Besebelt Field , ••••.•••••••• Wetghtttltlng Equipment •.•.•••••••••••••• Aeplecement Uniforms Girls Buketball ••••••• Replacement Uniforms Boys Basktlbell •••••• Trevtl Begs Be tbell •• •••••.•••••• Ads tor All Slar Oemts •••••••••••••

Ouldoof Bolting Cogo

1t87 Beckstop for H S Field Field Ptlnler for Footbell & Soccer

New H.. dphonea • • • ••••• ••• New Varsity Boya Unlformt • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Ooll Equipment • • • • • • •• • • . • . Beseball Baiting Cagel"door • • •. •. . . . . . .

-~~ 00

118f

!

£__

11 .250 00 1.050 00 82500

S2.500 00 t.•oo 00 1.500 00 3.000 00 1,000 00 $1,400 00

s

85000 72000 82000 30000 60000 1.500 00 80000 50000 60000 30000 25000 85000 TOTAL 17,0411.00

TOTAL SINCE 1985- $39,789.00 WITH MORE TO COME IN 1989·901


GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1990 • COLLECTABLES • GIFTS • ANTIQUES 71 N. MAIN ST. W A YNESYILLE Phone: (513) 897-5062

WAY 1 E LOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATIO

:~ :

·~

..JIM SPARGUR Agent 45 N. Mam Street CPnterv1lle, Oh10 45459 Off1ce· 433-0800 Office· 897-5936

Cla1ms 1-800-421 -3535

~ N. ''""'Wif tf' '""' IHt ~·)II' llomP Ofl1rP Colum bu~ Oh1o

'It"'''

"THANKS FOR YOUR HELP, JOHN." - 1990 SPARTAN STAFF

John E. Swartzel Photographer

•Stock, Sports • Freelance, Wedd1ngs

Mr. J. Farley, Mr W. Lamb, Mrs. C Dunkin, Mr. J. Rudd, Mr. J. Sackett, and Mrs. S. Jewell (with husband).

6645 Sales Rd. Waynesville, Oh1o 45068 1-513-897-5172

PRI

·c -

Ads

117


IIBR \R' .\ll>l'S: (back) 1.: Jones, \ \rra mtth, II \\ utamore, lr lark (front) I \nder1on, T Poole S \ 1· er

DAIRY CORNER

Lynn Fields

,r• ~-

Corner of Rt. 73 & Rt. 42 RELAX A D E JOY A SPARTA BURGER AFTER THE GAME!!!

SHIH ~T COl "Cil~ I Campbell, I . Balle) , R llod,e, E \nderson. K \l tranda. D Booher B fue ton, D f arler, l.: Jones, J \l•ller \1 s, II, \I Cammerer,S Hartsoc k, J Praeter, ( Campbell, I ll: m,le)

\\ AR OF \\ITS: (front) C Clark, II Head, C Gcr· pacher, (back) \l r Cessna, \ 1 Carter, \ hnlon, R l amb

Office 513·748·2352 513·435·7759 20 South \1ain treet •

Res. 513·74 ·186 pringboro. Ohio 45066

The

Vii age Family Restaurant Main St., Waynesville, Ohio

897-8835 7 DAYS A WEEK SP-\R rAn S S 1!\H t''\h Right Sturr·, Vane"a Vatr, \I rs \\ olfe, ll:athy Jones, Amber Hu rst


OF'rt< f 10 : (luck) J Jame) n, T Bogg R Kur· tger, K Ra) (front) A 8 mon, A Cales, C C.'lmpbell

--I

The Little Red Shed ANTIQUES WAYNlJWU, 0M0

.....0.. lf7·UU

C.e--.1 U.e- Dulen Wc.&c.•c

TUES. THRU SAT. 11.()()-500 OPEN SUNDAY 1:00-530

CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS

WAYNESVILLE LIONS CLUB

JR. 0 ·s OHlH RS: C Campbell(\ P). M Creech (S), M McDonald (P), M \\ olfc ( 8M ), K Ora e (T)

SOPH. Cl SOHI(ERS:L l thuland(P),L U herland (S), II Head (T), T 8o (VP), A Drake 18 ~ )

NGAN

FIRE EQUIPMENT

~

372- 1169

~

.. . EXTINGUISHER SALES & SERVICE •.. Owners JACK SHAW DARREL W DOYLE

P.O Box 245 Xen'-, Ohio 45385

SPRI ·c - Ad

119


N R E: Mrs. Ga bbard ECRETARY: Mr.. W ilson

CAESAR CREEK ENTERPRISES GE ERAL STORE BAIT SHOP 355 S. MAIN, BOX 455 WAY ESVILLE, OHIO 513- 897-5016

HAMMEL HOUSE INN OPE DAILY FOR LU CH DIN ER - FRI, SAT IG HT BED & BREAKFAST AVAILABLE 121 S. MAl 897-2333

15131 117 8544

COII\HEA OF PU 42 AND FAANKLIN ST

S a..\All AND L.A,.GE A,PrrMr.&AL P'fiiACTI E

E JOHN AAAI

,0 lOX 456

Vetr.,...nen

¥wAYNESVIllE OHIO 45081

A n i - • Document " " -toon Suppllee Muuleloedenl • Buckakinner SupPles

~~

Thurs·Sun 12·5:30 Miami Plaza·M8JI\ St Waynesville, Ohoo -45068

St eve Fryburg

Res. (51 3) &48·4460 Bus (51 3) 897·3820

STUBBS· CONNER FUNERAL HOME

897-5966 OVER 50 YRS SERVICE STEVE CONNER- DIR 185 N. MAIN COOKS: Mrs. Howa rd, "Sister" O ' Banion, and Mrs. Mellott. J ANIT OR : Mr. Sta nsberry and Mrs. Shepherd

120

PRJ G -

Ads

Society Bank BUILDI G A BETTER BA K AROU D YOU 897-2065 WAYNESVILLE OFFICE GREEN MACHI E 24 HRS. VISA MASTERCARD


FRESH MEN OFFICER : (back) J Bradley (P). P Foley (B'-1), (front) J Bradley (T), S Farler (VP). A Moller (S)

GOOD LUCK, SENIORS!

CHERNESKY, HEYMAN & KRESS ATIORNEYS AT LAW

1100 COURTHOUSE PLAZA SW DAYTON, OHIO 45402 513/449-2800

RICHARD A. BROOCK FREDERICK J. CASPAR RICHARD J. CHERNESKY ANDREW K. CHERNEY RALPH E. HEYMAN

EDWARD M . KRESS WILLIAM J. LEIBOLD CHARLES A. McKINNEY JOAN H. RODDY

JAMES E. COUCH MICHAEL A. CRAMAROSSO DAWN M. DALE-BARTOW DANIEL R. HK:Kffi PATRICK J. MULLIGAN

JAMES R. OFFICE GREGORY J. ROSS GERARD D. SOWAR DAVID R. WICKHAM

DRAMA CL B: (front) Mr Leo t, M. Carter, T Hall. A Behnken. \1 \i)er>, L. Graham. (moddle) B Elltott. A . Florence, K. Dooley, C . Jone:.. S Miller, (back) P. Prock· ett. K l..:ura . S Bntungham. L Muselin, K Garrett. PEER CO ELOR : C Gerspacher. PhopJ)>. R Lamb, C Clark. C Pummoll, R. tiles. J . utherland, A Drake. D. Farler. E. Anderson. t..: Drake, 'l.f Johnson. T. Mannong. fr 'l.foore

SPRI G - Ads

121


FUTURE HOMEl\1AKERS

sM0KEY, OANO•NAIL.

~L.OO,_

INC.

T,_uaaee

TOLL FREE OHIO WATS (800) 762-6510

DAYTO OFFICE (513) 885-7625

ELLIS' SUPER VALU, INC. eo Marvin Lane Wayneavlle. Ohio

0~· HoUIItS IV A,..fiiOtNTM.HT

8117-5001

581 NORTH STREET WAYNI[SVIL.LI!.. OHIO 45088

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK UNTILII:OO P.M.

HOLLY HILLS GOLF COURSE OPEN TO PUBLIC 18 HOLES SAT. & SUN. & HOLIDAYS TEE TIMES REQUIRED

W.H.S. MUSE MACHINE

897-4921


WAYNESVILLE FAMILY PHARMACY 415 S. MAIN STR WAYNESVILLE, OHIO • PRESCRIPTIONS

I 00 401 5

T 897-7076

• HOME HEALTH CARE (BUY or RENT)

OT

MAI N STREET ee s

P.O. Box 552

MA• .. ant'-«"T

,.o eo. 111

WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 45068 BOB KERR OTOM 117 1137

51 3 -897-1 000

Citizens Federal Visit our Lebanon office 36 South Broadwa_v 932-2075 9a.m -430pm M.T.Th 9a.m - oon W. 9a.m - 600p.m F

.····:.:.:.:··...

(;~~\ ...·. -- .·.: ··........··

P RI:-.;G -Ads

123


GOOD LUCK, SENIORS mp Ptt' l• t • P a k ..t!J

ng Sup

I

St P.(l d

I/ PO

P.t

1- ,HJ

Q

1s

TR!. STATE

T RI-ST ATE PAPER , IN C. LEE WINKLER

Ma1ilng A ddress P 0 Box 447 Waynesville , Oh10 45068

The First... Still the Best

Bus1ness Address Kenr~ck Raod Centerville . Oh1o 45458

9000

513 - 885· 3365

FIFTH THIRD BANK 122 NORTH BROADWAY LEBANON, OH (513) 932-8852

I 24 S PRING -

Ads


PH . 897 5518

B & B FARM MARKET GROWERS BO AND GAIL BRADLEY WHOLESALE & RETAIL OF VEGETABLES

1 MILE EAST OF AT 48 ON AT 73 WAYNESVILLE. OHIO 45068

vanQyne

BROOKSIE'S BEAUTY SALO

CrottjoOO©· UNIFORMS THAT WORK "

3662 St. Rt. 73 E. ESVILLE 897-5676

WAY

903 BRA DT PK. DA YTO , OHIO 45404 (513) 236-1506

Professional Skydiving Team and Skydiving School ~

STEVE STEWART

r,

.......

•925 N. St. Rt. •2 Waynesville, Ohio "5088 (513)897~1

PRI G -

d

1:!5


the 1/fy/le.rtHik ,ht/Ylti/1/Y' &: UJecOIYl/t<l~ {/alter " '>PH I.U 1£"(;" THI ( Ol 'TR\ t 001-.

.'t\lh,

Jamea L Smlttl RnonciOI Manage<

(,VIIIH7'W/'r/

tt.~fll/

1~1 11 ~ ·4~ I

21 S Mo1n Street 'Na...-vllle OH 45066 (513) 897-1315

Gltn & '>all\ Sm1th

N'V %Mal"\ In • lanr ~-""'"d ie Ohio4<t)()l<

~,.,,_,~,.,,~,.,,~,.,,.,.."-'

l

l

BOTTLES. TINS ANDMISC

OPEN 1100-500 TUES. THURS

SAT SUN

C and C Trophies 70 a "'" a a ""~« ~£

13 .,. . .

TTY

BOB& SUE GILBERT

c ..OCKI:IIII

7•• osae

c eeo

10 0.X.AN ~1..ACE

.........o ..o •eoee

()HI()

MAIN ST WAY ESVlLLE OHI045068

Home Phone 513,897-386 WE BUY SHAKER MEDICINES

Windmill Farm Market

For All Seasons!! v,

n us m the , pring for all of )OUr garden needs. Dunng the ummcr, feast on our homegrown fruns and 'egeuble , some picI..·)Our-own. In the Fall bnng the fanuly for a haynde through Spool.. Hollo"' "'here k1d can p1ck thelf own pumpkin

NEW ENGLAND LOG HOMES, INC.

NELHI MODELS LOCATED ONE MILE WEST OF WAYNESVILLE ON STATE ROUTE 73 Open Tues •hr" Fr On m to 51> 1 S•l Sun 1 5 11m

Enjoy the Winter "''th our' Chnstmas m the Country" fearunng Chnstmas trees and Chnstmas store.

:-:o matter the season, v1sit us

There is always something new, things arc always changmg throughout the )eat. You never know what you may find at .•

NEW ENGLAND LO HOMIS ~~ J f.r¥1't~~..... ?1 ~ 1. '-1)

Comer of RL 73 and 48. S rruJcs soulh of CenlerV!lle. Pboot 835-3965

126

PRI!'.G -

Ad

4884 State Route 73 AUTHENTIC LOG HOMES Waynesvolle, Ohoo 45068 15131 897 7333


BEST WISHES SENIORS from WAYNE TWP. VETERANS POST #615

AMERICAN LEGION PRI 'G -Ad

127


24 hr. WRECKER SERVICE

CHEAP JOHN'S COUNTRY STORE 104 S. Main

t

WaynesuJI/e, Oh1o 45068 hop (513) 897-9686

Re!>. (513) 897-0314

Open Daily John & Mary Jo Purdum

PHONE 897 4966

~o?® MILLER & SON SOHIO SERVICE WHEEL AI IGNMENT

T\JNE ~P'!

398 S MAIN STREET WA.VNE:SVILLE. OHIO

AL

BRAKE SERVI

E

ESSORIE

EVERI:TT 6o TEATLl

il~ri>~~~~~ POPCORN DI!POT 24 GOURMET FLAVORS

WA'I'N[IV •LL I 0HI()

8117

W. SlliiJ U . ' . S . - - - • '"CAitE - · ·

(51311t7·217S (5131 ft7-CORN

•!5068

WA'f'N(IVILLI. Be7 3871

p:.,... Cand... • Nuu • Tn • ~.. G•fta • ,uftd fll~t••,..

sese

115 Soutll Moln , • • Woy-lllo, Ohio 4 -

141 NORTH St. Rt. 42

513-89 7-4046

J & J Special Springs QUALITY SERVICE DEPENDABILITY OUR CUSTOMERS KNOW US BY OUR SERVICE

HERSCHEL MORGAN Sales Representative

128

145 MIAMI STREET P. 0 . BOX 520 WAYNESVILLE . OHIO 45068


YOUR DEPOSITS IN SURED UP TO

$100,000

Small enough to can.' and big enough to pro,·e 1t.

932-1414 or 1-800-344-BANK Goshen I ltmler Lebanon (:3l<x-allons) Lowland \ \;unenlle \\ason Otterlx·m Hoache~ter· \\om)\\ S. Lebanon \\'a~ne:-,,ilJe

cHOICE

VARIETY

UPDATED

WEEKLY~

" I CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH!"

?~S~StMu 99 Marv• n & M am Sl Wav es" •e Oh o 4506... Oa•ly tO 00 to 4 00

..:Juz:::.1d:/ _1/.nuzt: V 0 Iter • ratter• • Ore Mawers SupplieS • NN 15 • Same l l>N Pr•ces As O~..tr CAPstHS Creek Ulders W•lrld Locat•ons

JEW EL A . STEVEN S, M.D. P.O. BOX 635 W AYNESVILLE. OHIO 45068 TELEPHON E (513) 897- 8066

Waynesville Auto Supply 65 Marvin Lane waynesville, Ohio 45068 897-6075

Marshall Folies Owner I Manager

129


MICHAEL E. FOLEY Attorney At Law Box 429 258 MIAMI ST .

PHONE OFFICE

WAYNESVILLE, OHIO

45068

CARDS• SETS • SUPPLIES •

OFFICE

513-897-1080 513-897-1949

WAYNESVILLE LUMBER CO. 3• S New

e .... -.L •NGTON Ao

WA YNISYILL I

BILL'S BASEBALL DE 98 S. 3rd WAY ESVILLE M-F 12-6 (513) 897-4196 SAT. 10-6

0H•O 4$068

··7 -6020

JI M RYAN

"SERVICE BEFORE SELF"

WAYNESVILLE ROTARY CLUB MEETINGS HELD EVERY TUESDAY AT 6:30P.M. AT DER DUETCHLER INN

130

PRING - Ad

TIM RYAN


QUAKER HEIGHTS NURSING HOME CONGRATULATES CLASS OF 1990 AND WISHES GOOD-LUCK TO CLASSES OF '91, '92, and '93

897-2060,

LAMB'S AUTO PARTS & HARDWARE

DAVIDSON MEAT PROCESSING & FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 897-2911

PIG ROAST Weyne1v 1e Oh•o

Parts 814 CORWI AVE WAY ESVILLE, OH

Plus ~

s~

For Tt'let Spectt Perty Thet E~erybo<ty W h Remember

Greduat•ons- Receptions- ReuniOt'IS

No Group or Orgl ntnlton Too B g

HARTSOCK VILLAGE FLORIST 411 S. MAIN P. 0. - 326 897-4026

PRI G -

ds

131


KEEP THE FAITH

FLAME~

SABINA BLUE

SAB1 A

A. on

~-·

Fr~

GAS CO INC

OHIO

I .. S

8us1neu

Ph~ e

COVENANT ANIMAL CLINIC

SI4-201J

8 • 12

513 HIGH STilEfl BOx 560 WA>"<ESVILlf OHIO 45068

00 STMN C M llER

LJ<~HAN()N 1-'.ARM IMPLI<~MENTS 1200 Monroe Ad . Lebanon, Oh1o 45036 Telephone 513/ 932-3816 New Holland Bnll1on Badger

Cub Cadet Woods Fox Echo

ROBERT LEISZ Manager

Off~<•

If ur B~ Apf)Ol · ,

KOCH PAUL J OP AHL, M D

SPORTING/

-----:') l E.a~1

141

p0 '-•~ • ' ,

R uh.• 7 i Bo. C)

Ott 4~k'

GOOD

131 W . 4TH CI CI ATI, OHIO 513-621-2354 erving you with the finest athletic equipment and uniform

BEST WISHES SENIORS

650 E. MAIN, LEBANON

132

PRI"''G -

Ad





!I






Issuu converts static files into: digital portfolios, online yearbooks, online catalogs, digital photo albums and more. Sign up and create your flipbook.