1996 Waynesville High School Yearbook

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Back to school. What, already? To many Waynesville High School students, the summer flew by, and the return to school was a whirlwind of locker combinations, new faces, and confusing schedules. - S. West

WILLIAM SIEGRIST (above) watches as LA CE CORWIN digs for his clubs before golf practice.

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This year parking was a problem as a huge junior class could have filled the lot themselves. LYNDSEY WHIPP and ELEISE ALLEN (below) take a break at a soccer game. KATE KONEN (right) looks for her car.

Judging by her face, it doesn'tlookasifJACKIE HARPER bad trouble getting up for school.


At Summer's End a Whirlwind .. of

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Parking Places, Databases, Shiny Faces

"Even though Brad and I were enjoying the powder puff game, we couldn't keep our minds off the other homecoming fe tivities and Friday night's big game." MEGHA MALONEY

Back to school meant a start back into sports' practices and a return to studies. NATHAN COLVIN plays "mad scientist" in chemistry class.

Members of the girls' soccer and volleyball teams (above) look excited and ready to take on any challenge on their first day back.

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mom mihng and waHn lo me. II 'IUt~ great to ~in, e pectall with ourtn at m) id ."

mor caruhdal BRAD Bl R MEGHA MALO E\ right and HEATHER RASPER and R\ HARTSOCK far n ht enjo) I IIUII

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0 er ee by the Qt ee1

Senior cand1dates Mere IKI HICE and U A ZI'\1\IER top left • nd BRIA' REED and l'IIICOLE Ml rn (left middle . Directly abm are cheerl der l'i T ASHA R DAI L nd J CKIE ME\ ERHOEFER. Th homecoming gam it If u not a ati f)ing. lth ugh the t am' effort bolled throu h, "e I t the g me 12-0 to the Cedanllle Indian • Throughout the game fans "ere d1 b rtened b se\eral contrmer lal calls llbich nullified t"o Spart n touchdo"n nd probabl) co t tb game.


\\-ay-Out We t Knock ' Em Dead, Rock-Ob e ed Head " Deadhead" . . . OT!!! RA W

T's toboggan wa a (right). It wa ~ery original, especially with the Grateful Dead patch ewn on the front. What a cute couple (far right)! ICOLE MITH and BRIA, REED are pretty mes y after the pie fight. One highlight of the pep a embly (below) wa the" pirit partan ." These extra cheerleader were MIKE FARLEY, KYLE REED, and MINA MARIO . fa~orite of e~eryone

During the pep assembly, ARAH WALBLA Y and EMILY RICHARD (abo~e) were all miles. RICK KINCAID and TONY HARPER (abo~e right) and CASEY BOWMA and ARAH KELLER (right) were four of the many "mad batter ."

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pirit Week


A Friend Goes High Hat A Pie Flies . . . Kersplat

Pictured below are ARAH REEDY, MARK COLE, JEREMY FOLEY, and JO H FOLEY po ing for the camera after the pep as embly.

Despite the rain and muck that accompanied homecoming, the week proceeded with a urpri ing amount of entbu ia m. pirit week was kicked off with an array of bat , including MATT PHILLIP and bi ten-gallon unnower bat (below). Thi was followed by hades day, teamwest birt day, and orange-andblack day, wbicb ended a ucces ful week. -A. York

pirits didn' t peak until the pep rally Friday afternoon. The weather wa clearing up and, of cour e, getting out of cia early always rai es pirit . The gym was an uproar of class-competition cheer and laughs as the !:ornecoming court chugged baby bottles and plunged their faces into pies filled with chocolate pudding and whipped cream. (Abote) HEATHER RASPER and ICOLE SMlTH get into tbi the mo t (literally). On the left, BROOKE ELAM and KELLY DOOLEY po e, thankful that they weren't cbo en to plunge their faces into the chocolate-pudding pies.

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0 al s Reign L av s Wet Terr in

Opal' heavy rain, Jo ie and Jon' ride (belo~ ) i cut hort t the gate.

ttempting to trudge aero s the field (top), the girl oon learn high heel are not the proper gear for the mudd) condition .

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Radiant HEATHER RASPER (right) i all mile a she rides in her red "RA PER-berry" convertible. he as honored by her cia mate , who \Oted her fir t runner-up.


Unde classmen, n Masse Grrn rc not en v in the billng cold. '\111 I E R nd JO H RD't • hiverin a

enior candid te rJCOLE MITH, who i alway ready to ham it up for the camera. Her glittery magenta dre gleam under the tadium light . SARAH PR HER and RYA. JO E (above) are handling their rol ophomore attendant well. RYA ' do n't eem to how much e citement, but hi thought are probabl) on the big game ahead.

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Underclassmen Muscle In (right) u ed her leader hip kill to drill aggressivenes into her player . BETH MEADOR (below) was the leading scorer.

BROOKE ELAM, KATE KONEN, and KATHLEEN WERGOWSKI (above) all played very aggressively for the junior/ opbomore team and contributed greatly to the win. The undercla smen showed that they could be the best.

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Powder Puff


Powder Puff in the Roo What do you get when you put a mob of teenage girl in football jer ey together to play a football game? ot one moment of dullnes . From fights to broken wri t , the annual powder puff game i always entertaining. The game is very cutthroat, with neither ide willing to lo e. The final core wa 24-16, with the junior/ opbomore team triumphing oter the senior and freshmen.

A you can see (left) by the looks on fre bmen ARAH P RKEY' and A BREY FLEMI G' face , the game i not taken lightly. It i tery inten e and ba become a partan fatorite year after treacberou year. The underclas men quickly learned the danger a freshman AMY McKEEHAN broke her wri t on the fir t play of the game. HE THER RA PER (far left), cored her team' two touchdown a a running back. - A. York

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Abudahagan

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(literally) Abudahag n made Jive appearance t thi )ear' homecoming dance, and what an appearance it wa . It member - GARRY BA KS, WILUAM SIEGRIST, JOH BAR 'EY, MIKE MILLER, and RYA EL0 - opened their first ong amid tage fog and colored light . orne of them e~en ported their ignature black makeup. The band' drum m chine and G rr)' unique loice dded a characteri tic ound to the mu ic. Their et, ho"e'er, was brought to an abrupt end "hen Mr. Barton in is ted - to the delight of orne and the di may of others - that the band literally be "unplugged." - S. West

(abo'e top quiz Mr. foore about the atailabilit) of back tage pa es for Abudahagan. HER \I. \ 0 ICK and her Bellbrook Beau (abo\eJpause nd pose for the camera.

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Pictured on the left are ARAH WALBLAY and JARROD KAPPER. bo'e are KATHLEE~ \\ERGO\\ Kl and CRAIG MARWR.

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Through the Line Niki Tore ... for 1995 season had many "hidden" successes, according to Coach Woods: "Waynesville worked together as a unit and had a successful season. As a team we set records for the most yards passing and the least passing yards allowed. We also scored 201 points and rushed for 1,640 yards. Many underclassmen with little or no varsity experience stepped up and did an excellent job at proving their abilities and moving the team as a whole forward."

Junior D.J. COLLINS (above) eludes a defender. He was honored with the "Big Hit" award at the season's end. He has 52 assisted and 20 unassisted tackles. He also scored 40 points and punted for an average of 36.7 yards. AMANDA YORK (right) looks on as the Spartans triumph over arch rival Clinton Massie.

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The Whole Nine Yards (Plus 1,000 More)


Captain NIKI HICE (left) ended the ea on rushing for 1,009 yard and coring 14 touchdown . Heal o caught 22 passes for 247 yard , and be bad the highest uerage yard per carry at 7.9 for the year. (continued below) - A. York

RYAN HART OCK (left) wa an asset on both the offensive and defen ite lines. "Hart" wa fourth on the team in tackles and bad four quarterback acks. He earned Most Out tanding Offenshe and Defenshe Lineman awards. Ryan al o led the team by psyching them up before every game.

During a 29-6 victory over ew Miami, NIKI intercepted a pa and returned it 97 yard for a touchdown and a cbool record. NIKI wa the team's MVP and Mo t Out tanding Offen he Back. He aid, "I feel we enior met the challenge."

Junior BRAD LIVI GSTO (above) led the team at quarterback. BRAD threw for 700 yard and broke a cbool record, pa ing for 242 yards at Madi on Plains. He al o tarted at corner, racking up 48 tackles, I ack, and 2 interception .

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In the Long

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The high point of the 1995 eason wa WH ' defeat of our arch rhal, the Clinton Ma ie Falcons. The weather wa cold, but the team bowed pure determination and ended the sea on trongly. BRAD LIV1 G TO (below right) tarted the partan a ault with a 35-yard QB option for a TD. - A. York

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RYAN HART OCK (below) is all smiles after the Massie game. D.J. COLLINS (left) and the rest of the team celebrate wildly after the big win over Massie. This win would be ometbing be and the other underclassmen could build on for the next season.

The face of the junior cheerleader BETH MEADOR shows her excitement as NIKI HICE runs the ball.

COURTNEY BROWN, BRIAN REED, RYAN HARTSOCK, and NIKI HICE (left) pose after the team's victory over New Miami, which was undefeated at the time. BRIAN REED, a newcomer to the team, fit right in and ended the season with thirty-two tackles and two sacks.

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Awards received this year are as foUows: PHD, JUSTI TRENTHAM; Best Linebacker, B.J. STONE; and Most Improved Players, KEVIN CLEVELAND and JACOB JONES.

Below is senior cheerleader APRIL McDONALD. She along with HEATHER RASPER and NICOLE SMITH, were selected as AU Stars and qualified to participate in activities in London, England.

BRAD LIVINGSTON led the Spartans at quarterback, completing 53 out of 89 passes and throwing for 700 yards. Brad also bad 48 tackles.

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Each Fair Mademoiselle Led a Ground Swell A Prodigious Yell!


JACKIE MEYERHOEFER is a first-year member of the cheerleading squad. She is aU smiles as she watches the action.

"Too late, Massie; be already scored!" D.J. COLLINS played very aggressively during the big Massie-WaynesviUe game.

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AMBER MEADOWS (above) shows her nervousness as she watches the team during a critical play. The team went 3-7 this year, defeating Clinton Massie, Blanchester, and New Miami.

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Great Halftime Show ... Fortissimo

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The W.H . . Marching Band ha been through it all, from summer heat to winter chill . Below junior MEGHAN B N1\IELL and BRA DO HARPER play with a full-bra ound in an early bow.

Freshman JEN Y WALL (right) n ver fail to hate a smile on ber freckled face. he ay he enjoyed her first year in flag , "It' been a pretty good year merall." B. Harper

Junior MATHEW FE LO (above) enjoyed playing a beautiful olo in tbe 1995 how. Mathew al o moted into a leaderhip role a tbe fir t-cbair trumpet. Overall the band worked well together witb " chmaltz" according to Mr. Bilbrey.

Junior LA RA SCHONDEL (right) looks \ery eriou about her horn playing. he greatly improved ber playing ability tbi year and added "variety" and " punk" to the band a well as ber own style of humor -you know wbat to expect wben Laura' around.

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"Don't take away my jollies!!" says Mr. Bilbrey.

Junior HELLY BOWMA (left) is a tery talented trombone player, and he contribute to a quality ound. Tbi i crucial to a band witb a smaU low-bra ection. MI TY LA GH ER (far left) i a econd-year member of tbe WH flag corp . he i known among fellow member for her famou " lean." Mi ty often takes tbe initiathe helping witb the routines and provides leadership on and off tbe field.

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The Wayne ~ille Lad partan' occer team wa one of the hardest working group around. Their effort paid off, and tbe finished tbe ea on 12-6. The girl • harde t lo e were again t Bellbrook and Xenia, both in clo e game . Although the team had to deal witb key injurie , tbey till bad an impre he ea on. The were able to tay at tbe top of their game and work together, defining wbat "team work" rea II means. Goalkeeper ATALIE VI CENT (right) clean tbe ball out on a goal kick. atalie had eight shutout . J I A WARREN (below) helped the team witb tbrow-ins that re ulted in many ad~ances. - A. York

ATA LIE VINCE T and AMANDA CHERER (above) make face at the camera a tbey walk off the field. Amanda played halfback tbrougbout tbe regular sea on and made her debut in goal during tbe po t- eason.

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MEGHAN MALONEY (above) played three games before being injured. ister TACEY (rigbt) and sbe were nicknamed "Maloney Ponies."


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partans, Job Well Done

All Foes Dial 911

TORA COFFMAN (below) battles for the ball. Tora led the Dayton area with twenty- even goal and wa an All- tate nominee.

KARRIE WILSON (below) was named AU-Dayton .T. he and Tora were co-MVP' . EMILY RICHARDS (left\ earned AU-Dayton H.M.

Nl OLE MITH (left) pu he to her limit in a race for the goal. During regular ea on, icole alway boo ted the team's pirit. A HLEY HUPE is een (abote) taking the baiJ from an opponent and carrying it back up field. A hley woo the Mo t lmproted award.

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Nice to Have Known Ya Too Bad We Outshone Ya Aggre he and determined, tbi year' boy ' occer team was far better than it' 8-7-2 record. The team played with a lot of heart, ad~ancing to the econd round of the di trict tournament before losing a heartbreaking game at Alter. The team gave out everal award with JEREMY 8 XTO a offen ive MVP, JEREMY GALLAGHER defensive MVP, RICK ARCHDEACON Pride, Hustle, De ire, and BILL WARD a Mo t Improved. Gallagher and Buxton ltere named cond Team All Dayton, and MA IT PHILLIPS was named Honorable Mention. GEORGE CAMPBELL (right) leaps high O\er a defender for a bead ball, while the team captains JO H DUXTO , MATT PHILLIP , JEREMY 8 XTO , and WILLIE FR KLI (below) di cus team trategy. - B. Harper

pbomore BRANT BEN 0 (abo~e) races to take the ball from the oppo ition, while JOHN BAREY (right) await the pass.

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enior JEREMY GALLAGHER (top left) is in deep thought about the game. Senior MA TI PHILLIPS (left) struggles to keep tbe baU from rolling out of bound . Junior ATHAN ROBERTSON (below) leave the game due to a bead injury. atban did an exceUent job a goalkeeper tbi year.

Bottom: J. Kl CAID, R. BROW , M. WARD, K. LUMPKI , J. GOMPF, B. BEN 0 , . L Tl. Middle: M. GREEN, J. B XTO , G. CAMPBELL, J. COOPER, J. DIMBATH, J. GALLAGHER, C. ELLIOTI. Back: COACH B N, M. FE LON, W. FRA KLIN, J. BUXTO , N. ROBERTSO , R. ARCHDEACO , M. PHILLIPS, J. BAR EY, J. WHITSEL, COACH ADAM , COACH PHILLIPS. Junior JACOB WHITSEL (far left) puts on bis game face for the camera; his aggres ive tactic benefitted tbe team greatly on defen e. Senior RICK ARCHDEACO (left) battles for tbe baU again t an unwilling defender.

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Pictured at right i opbomore HAN 0 MITH. bannon i a uperior girl golfer, who fini bed with a ea on match aterage of 47.2. Tbi placed her fifth on the team. be recehed the PHD award and qualified for the girl ' tate Final . The 1995 Team: L. ORWI , MITH, COACH LIFFICK, J. FRYE, W. IEGRI T, M. C I"'GHAM, . H PE, . VOIL , and W. IRWI .

Pictured above are three of WH ' econd-year golfer : NICK VOILES, WILL IRWI , and T ART HUPE. Will bad a eason match aterage of 49.5. tuart Hupe (far right) fini bed the ea on with an aterage of 44.4, which led the team for the lowest core. He proted to be a great asset to the team a a whole. tuart receited the team Mo t Valuable Player, KTC All League, and AU Area Honorable Mention award .

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Not Only Did She Pull Her Weight,

Smitty Qualified for State The Wayne tille High cbool golf team, headed by coach Dave Liffick, wa tery ucce ful thi year and fini hed 12-3 for econd place in the KT tournament.

WILLIAI\1 IEGRI (below) played his third year on the team and ateraged 46.6. Junior Nl K VOIL recehed hi second year award and ateraged 50. - A. York

A you can ee from opbomore JAMIE FRYE' facial expre ion (abme), be really enjoy the game of golf. He recehed his econd-year insert along with KTC Honorable Mention. fellow econd-year player, ophomore LA CE COR WI bad a low match core of 38. Lance played well for WH and recehed KTC AU League and AU rea Honorable Mention. AI o with KTC Honorable Mention wa junior WILLIAM IEGRI T.

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Cross Country The 1995 cro -countr team wa a follows: (back) B. Harper, D. Irwin, J. ackett, . Whittamore, B. Presher. (front ) B. Williams, F. Marion, J. James, M. Bunnel~ A. York, . West, and M. Marion.

The cro -country team ran in e~ery kind of weather imaginable. They endured intense ninetydegree beat, rain and mud- licked hill ides, and fini bed the ea on at Trotwood-Madi on in nearfreezing temperatures. The runner learned the bard way how to run through creeks, tall gra s, and borde of competitor .

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Finish Course ASAP And I'll Be Team MVP Heart pounding, lungs burning, muscles aching, and on a good day the thrill of competition take all of the pain away. Why do we run?

Some people run to get in shape; others run for competition. FRED MARION (below) and BRYAN PRESHER (left) were consistent runner . - S. West

MINA MARION (far left) and DAVE IRWIN (above) received First Team AII-KTC honors, while JENAE JAMES (left) was named All KTC Honorable Mention. Dave and Mina were at o named the team's outstanding runners with SARA WEST as most improved, and ATE WHITT AMORE PHD.

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Being umber One is Fun and Girl Just Want to Have Fun Junior KARLY CAMMERER (rigbt) tepped up witb impre she tat for tbe team. be led tbe team witb 122 kill and ened 81 aces for tbe ea on. be wa a bard left- ide bitter and an overall aggre she player. Karly received All-League bonor . Volleyball Team (bottom rigbt) front: J. MILLER, A. HILDERBRANDT, N. PRI GLE, E. PHELPS, E. ALLE , M. PL MMER, K. CAMMERER. row two: R. McCLOUD, . KELLER, S. PR HER, C. LOVETT, . PERKIN , C. HILD RBRANDT, . PETTICREW. COACH WEIRAUCH and COACH YORK are pictured on each end.

~I enior ARA PERK I S (above) was tbe team's etter. be led the team in a ists.

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ettin' ... Sweatin' and Pirouettin' The 1995 girl ' tolleyball team played an impres~ he eason and fini hed I 0-12. ARA PERKIN , KARLY CAMMERER, and JOIE MILLER were elected to the All-League and AII-Di trict teams. CLI TA HILDERBRANDT (below) was a hard worker for the entire sea on. - A. York

ophomore LEI E LLE (below) wa a talented middle hitter, who added continual improtement with each game be pla}ed. JO IE MILLER (left) led the team' ening and recehing percentage and played tery aggre hely. Many undercla men tepped into tar ity po itions this year and proved their abilitie . The e players included ABBY PETTICREW, a mart defender; Tl A MANNING, an out tanding ener; and ERI A PHELPS, a quick middle bitter.

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In Us and Them, ARA W T and JO Y 81 HOP (below) point out their urrounding a their group enter the tage. AI\1Al'<DA I\10RGA and JO H FOLEY (top right) perform in The Cave. The Audition Is Over i a tory about a drama coach and her protegee.

Ml A MARIO and WILLIAM IEGRI T (above) pia. character in the play The Cave. In the play a group of people ettle in a cave and become di tru tful of the outside Mrld. A GIE DAKL and CHAD TACKETT (right) are members of Party 8 in Us and Them, the tory of two tribes of people who ettle the arne land and then build a wall to protect them ehe .

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Club Yakkity-yaks to the Max ... in

An Evening of One Act The drama department pre ented four one-act play for the fall: The Cave,

The Audition Is Over, Us and Them, and The Picture of Fate. KELLY DOOLEY (left) joined the many new face thi year as the ize of the drama cia s increased greatly.

GARY BA K (below) play the part of fate in The Picture ofFate. JAROD BEVIN and AMA DA TEMPLE (bottom) are pictured in a cene from the same play. In it two reporter are ent to coter a tory and tumble upon a upernatural court room.

The trial in The Picture of Fate i a olemn and eerie ight a friend and family of the girl appear and expre their wi he for her fate. JOHN ACKETT and CHRI TU EY (left) perform a party poke men in s and Them.

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'\1R. BARTO"': H. . Principal '\1R. BILBRE\': H ... Band '\1R. BROWER: World Lit., Engli h II, Bible Lit. 1\ttR. C'E N : Counselor

'\-1R . CLARK: Librarian "\1R . CO LE\': \\ork & Famih·, Fitne & ~utrition, Life Planning · Welln , areer Ed. "\1R. GABBARD: General Busine • Accounting, Economic • A.D. \tR. GOROO"'i: merican Hi tor)'

'\1R . H LL:\1A "'iN: Health, Anatomy ' Ph)'siology, Biology II '\1R . KI"'G: Compo ition, English Lit. 1\ttR. KORNA : Fre hman '\tath, Algebra II, tatistics and Probability MR. LEI T: Drama, Choir


MR. and MRS. BARTON (left) enjoy the prom and take home a few ouvenirs.


\1R. :\100RE: World History, A.P. Hi tor)', Geograph)' \1R . PARDO'\o: pani h I, II, Ill, French I, II

'\tR . PHILLIPS: pecial Ed. 1R. PHILPOT: Ind. Arts, Tech I, II

'\1R . POLLY: Advanced '\1ath, Geometry, Calculus IVIR . HAW: Technology peciali t


:\IR . \11 I II: Algebra I, Computer Programming, Computer pplication :\1RS. TACKLTf: Art I, II, Ill, IV :\1R. liiARR: Biology I, Ph) ical 'cience, Chemi try MR . TIE:\1A : English I, II

:\1RS VAIR: Reading peciali t MR. . \OILE : ecretan MRS. \\ ATSO~: Family. & Marnage MR. \\EBB: American Gmernment, M)'thology & Fanta y Lit., Hi torical Perspecthes

:\1R. WEIRAUCH: Latin I, II, Ill \1R. \\I . ER: Biology I, II, General . cience \1R . \\OLFE: Word Proces ing, Ke)'boarding, Word Processing II MR. WOOD ·: Phy ical Education I, II, Fitne s & "lutrition


With Hearts Aglow, They Do-si-do .

Through Deep, Record Snow . When "~inter" is \Ocalized, pictures of no~} da} , cup of hot chocolate, and a good book in front of a naming fireplace appear in eteryone' mind. Thi }ear the dream of a \\-bite Chri tma came true not only for a day but a sea on.

e\eral band member are pictured above. MELISSA PL MMER, MEGHA B N ELL, and MATHEW FENLO relax after a job ~eu don . The Christmas oncert ~ent moothly, despite the Jack of time due to the now day .

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Ba ketball i , of cour e, the center of eteryone' attention during the winter months. BETH ELLS (right) led the girl to a fine 15-6 record, and ATE G RR IT (abote) Jed the boy to everal impres he wins.

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ummer regretfully faded away, a tremendously snowy winter emerged. The tudents at WHS rejoiced at the unexpected pleasure of not only nowy day , OW DAY ! - A. but - ninana York

The Wayne ville tudent found their childhood instincts surfacing a they slipped down teep lope and clowned around with friend (left and below) during a pontaneou nowball fight in the parking lot after a game.

After all, thi wa a record year for nowfall with the worst blizzard ince 1978. Car and drheway were buried under eteral feet of now, and tudents delighted in knowing that they didn't bate to wake up early or worry about homework for a few day .

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The look on enior Nl OLE MITH' face (righl) i a metaphor for the bittersweet eaon the partan e perienced in '95-'96. There were high and low , but we'll remember the highs - the win o~er pring. We t boro, for e ample. -

Our cheerleader (abo~e) were more than a little excited o~er the team' big win over pringboro. On Jan. 30, 1996, we were for a fact number one.

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enior ATHAN GARRETT (top right) scored a team-high 17 point per game and was also the team leader in rebounds with 11 a game. Nate was ALL League Fir t Team.

enior BRYA PRE HER (right) led the team in field goal accuracy (56 %) and cored six points per game before an injury forced him to sit out the Ia t few game .


It's Touch and Go ... as

We TKO Springboro COACH GORDO (below) take a time out to "chat" with the guys and direct them through a close game.

enior "' TE WHITT MORE and DAI\1 JOHI\ 01\i (below) do a tictory dance after the big win oter pringboro.

enior BRIA!'If REED (bottom) ateraged fhe points and fhe rebound a game and wa a pro at getting respon es from the crowd.

TOR COFF 1 1\1, the best occer player in Ohio, cheer for the best team in Ohio (at lea t on Jan. 30, 1996).

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The tarsi! bo ~ere ter dedicated to the team thi }ear. Their hard work reflected well on WH . Row 1: B. Pre her, J. ackett, M. ole, . John on, J. Foley. Row 2: . Robert on, Garrett, R. Archdeacon, J. Beckett, . Whittamore, B. Reed, Coach Gordon.

ACKETT (aboÂĽe) accumuJunior JOH lated 25 a si ts for the year and hot 63 % at the free throw line.

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Senior? Yessir! MARK COL (left) regretfully had to sit out halfway through an inten e game again t Bellbrook due to a hip injury. Mark ateraged 6 point and 3 rebound per game. He al o racked up 23 as i ts.

Point guard ADAM JOH 01'11 was continually driÂĽing hi way down the court. He averaged 10.9 points per game. dam al o led the team with 106 a sist and had 40 teal for the year. - A. York

PRIL 1\tfcDO'\ALD (below) aid, "My senior year of cheering wa tery ... etentful."

JEREMY FOLEY (abote) wa a dogged defender who ateraged 4 point per game and led the team with 53 steal thi year.

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eniors Show Their Pearly Whites ATE GARRET (right) and NICOLE SMITH (below) at center court on parents' night.

For Chums' Strobe Lights

Senior BRIA REED (above) shows confidence as be faces the crowd. Sophomore LO NIE SHEAR led the JV team, scoring 36 points against Bellbrook at home. - B. Harper

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Head Trainer Cl DY GABBARD (left) mile for the camera, while BRYA PR HER recehes recognition on parent ' night.

The 1995-96 JV BasketbaiJ Team ( tanding) L. Corwin, M. Robert , M. Cunningham, J. Frank , C. Gradel, L. hear. (sitting) J. Crutchfield, . Luti, C. Plummer, J. Beam, D. Andriacco, Coach Philpot. The 1995-96 Fr hman Ba ketball Team: M. Farley, D. hhely, R. oehringer, K. Reed, P. Baker, J. Foley, J. Gompf, M. Morely, Coach Lloyd.

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To Find the Keys

HANNON "TRE three-point . y MEISTER" SMITH h machme b annon 7• pomts per one was a ga after another. me. - A. YORK

a~eraged i ~rying

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ERI A PHELPS tepped up to Va r .rty.


Spartan

Famous for her graceful drives to the ba ket (left), BETH SELLS led the team with 16.2 point per game. She was District IS All tar, AU League, and Western Star Co-Player of the Year.

The 1995-96 Varsity Girls. Row 1: S. Smith, B. Sells, K. Wilson, J. Warren, A. Ward. Row 2: K. Cammerer, E. Phelps, A. Hupe, A. Caplinger, T. Coffman.

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The 199S-96 Waynes~ille Lady partan Ba ketball team eemed to be floating on an all-time high during their exceptional eason. The girls worked hard and were ranked thirteenth in the tate at one point! The JV quad (right) also made an excellent bowing on the floor. Var ity member BETH ELLS, JESSICA W ARRE , and A 'GIE CAPLI 'GER (below) reflect pure determination on their faces. - A. York

Teamwork wa a key factor in the girl ' ucces thi year.

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enior K RRIE WI 0 (right) wa ALL League H.M. and a Di trict IS All tar.


Gabby Gives His Guarantee Coach Gabbard (below) i optimistic about bis team aying, " We are going to be eten better next year."

Junior A HLEY H PE (left) bowed ber aggre he side, leading tbe tar ity team with 5.5 rebound per game. Hupe al o wa fourth in teal per game and wa an essential member of the quad.

TORA COFFMAN (below) made All League KTC, cored I 0 points per game, and bad fhe rebound per game.

Both tbe Var ity and Junior Varsity girl • team worked and played well together and tepped up to meet tbe many challenge throughout tbe eason. Tbrougb determination and bard work tbe girl put WHS in the limelight.

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come-from-behind t ictory o~er arch rital Ma sie i e pecially ot only did the girl beat the Falcon , but they beat them by coming back from a four-point deficit in the Ia t minute of the game. A the clock wound down, TORA (bottom right) drove the ball traight to the ba ket and cored to leave u two points do~n, 43-41. KARRIE (below) stole the ball and pa ed it to BETH (bottom far right), who tied the game. Next we fouled Ma ie, and they mi ed both of their shot , giting Beth another opportunity to peed down the court and win the game (right) ~ith 4.9 econd to go. - A. York ~eet .

KARRI WILSO (above) i all smiles at the ba ketball award banquet.

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TORA COFFMAN (right ) played well in WH ' tictory over Clinton Ma ie.


Classy Lassie (Miss Tennessee)

Defeats Massie (RIP)

KARRIE WILSON (left), pictured with her parents, was ~ery highly thought of by her fellow teammates and her coach. "Karrie wa an all-around team leader. Not only wa he a po itive role model, he acted as an on-the-floor coach. he will be greatly mis ed," aid Coach Gabbard.

The var ity girls (above middle) reflect on the season at the banquet.

A the girl (abo~e) line up, determination how on their faces.

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The Drama Department presented RA H ACf , written b Conrad Bi hop and Elizabeth Fuller, on Jan. 16, 1996. RA H consisted of fourteen indi~idual plays, including comedies, nightmare , and character portraits. At right i GARY BA KS a Jerry in The Entrepreneur. AMANDA TEMPL and AMANDA MORGA portray Doom, while HAD T A KETI (bottom right) dares anyone to den him u e of the "urinary depo itory." . We t

A BR Y FLEMI G (abo~e) tarted out the a Jes in Dreamers. To the right are Junior JOHN ACKETI and ARA WEST. e~ening

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10,000 Maniacs in Vivid Flashbacks

Spout Wisecracks, in II RASH ACTS

" From the Proclaimer to Mag and Moo, I guess ' partners in crime' just about sums it all up." - CRY TAL GRO

enior CRYSTAL GRO and ALLI ON CLARK, or rather Mag and Moo (left), are een wearing wigs and polyester. The e two really outdid them ehes in their Ia t drama performance of the year.

BROOKE ELAM, KELLY DOOLEY, and NATASHA RANDALL (upper left) appear to he involved in their own thoughts. Natasha, a junior, provided a moving performance in Condemned. JOHN BARNEY (left) offers a handshake.

At top, the two Nicoles (NICOLE IRVI and ICOLE SMITH) were paired up in the play Dalmatian. enior Nicole mith ays that she had a lot of fun in her last year in drama and is looking forward to the mu ical.

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Danielle Adam !'liick Adams Benny Adkin Jill Bailey Garry Bank John Barney Jo h Beckett Casey Bellman hell} Bowman Meghan Bunnell Jeremy Buxton Karly Cammerer George Campbell Angie Caplinger Aaron Clark Cle,eland Tina Cochran Tora Coffman Mark Cole Jeremy Cole D.J. Collin

Ke~in

Tammy Collins Chri tina Corley Mary Daley Angela Donofrio Jennifer Dunn Amy Dyke Heather Epple John Farler Cathy Farley Ryan Fa~orite Matthew Fenlon Alisa Field Jeremy Foley Nathan Foser


Krista Fox Tim Francis Willie Franklin

'VIelissa Frye Dana Fueston Beth Fuller

Tra~is

Gilbert Amanda Ginter '\1ike Gompf

'\1ike Green Jeremy Gregg Penny Greer

Jon Hardyman Brandon Harper Lori Ha~en


Brock Hender on Cli ta Hilderbrandt A hley Hupe tuart Hupe

Datid Irwin Will Irwin Katie hie Misty Laughner

Vanessa Layma ter Renee Limille Brad Lhing ton Jon !\tancz

Rachel \1arconet Jo h \1c\1ullin Beth \teador ~mber \1eadow

Kori Meixner Julie Merri Jackie Meyerhoefer April Miller


Josie '\-1iller Aaron \-forgan Ryan "'lelson Amanda Prewitt Natasha Randall

Tabitha Roark l'oathan Robertson John ackett

Jennifer nis Doug h}'ers \\- illiam iegri t Mike tephen B.J. tone

Elizabeth tyer bbie Todd Brian Tucker Elizabeth Tucker Chris Tu sey

l'.ichola Voiles ara West Jacob Whitsel Rebecca Woolridge Amanda York


SOPH CLASS Elei e Allen Joel Allen Emily Andre~

Danato Andriacco Rachel Ayer Kristina Ball

Jason Beam Brad Beckett Brant Ben on

Jared Be~in cott Bi hop Lance Bradstreet


Adam Brinley Amanda Brock Kellee Brown Raymond Brown Renette Brown We Coffman !\Iathan Col¥in Lance Corwin Jason Crutchfield 1ike Cunningham Jairus Deremer Kelly Dooley \\'ayne Duncan Brooke Elam Chris Elliott Ryan Etienne Joanna Fields Jason Franks Jamie Frye Mike Fulwiler Amanda Garrett Chris Gradel Chri Harris Brian Hartman Kimberly Heidenreich Chuck Higgins Josh Jenkins Jacob Jones Ryan Jones Megan Jordan Mike Keeton Heather Kendall Rick Kincaid Kate Konen Amanda Lanier


Tina l\1anning Fred '\1arion Kellee McCoy

Jason Neal Todd 0 born Jeremy Patton

bb)' Petticre"' Erica Pbelp Casey Pitzer

Meli a Plummer arab Presher -..;ikki Pringle

Heather Ridinger '\1att Robert Leah Ruggles


Lonnie chear Amanda cherer "iick mith

hannon mith Jon tewart Chad Tackett

uzanne Vanscoy arab \\ alblay Jessica Walters

Amy Ward Jessica Warren Kathleen Wergow ke

Lyndsey Whipp Heather Woods beryl Yosick


Jennifer Ander on Paul Baker Justin Bauer Joey Bishop cott Boothby Casey Bo~man hawn Briggs Tia Casada James Chantanasombut Tara Child Aaron Comb John Cooper Brian Couch Bret Crutchfield Kyle Cunningham Angela Dakin Jeremy Dimbath Rickey Eleton hawna Eleton Angela E~ing Mike Farley Aubrey Fleming Josh Foley Rebecca Friend Elana Fuls Jack Garner Jon Gompf Daniel Griffin Mindy Griffin Leah Grigg William Guthrie Anna Harper Kristen Hatfield Andrea Heddings Mollie Henderson


Jimmy Hildebrant Arnie Hilderbrandt Gary Hitchcock

Thoma Holder Amanda Hudgel Ton)' Hughes

Jacqui Hughes "icole Inin Jenae James

1\/athan Jent Brhi John on Julia Jone

Jarrod Kapper arab Keller Mark Ketzel


Christina Kidd Timothy Kidd Jason Kincaid Melissa Klepinger

arab Koch Tom Lamb Tyler Lamb Jason Lar on

Amanda LeFe~er Jamie Lewis John Lewis Cara Lo~ett

Le ley Lucas Kyle Lumpkin Scott Luti tacey Maloney

Mina Marion Craig Marlor Michael Maybury Jon Mayfield


Regina ;\-1cCioud my McKeehan Kelly \4eixner Amanda \4organ Michael Morley Amanda O'Neal Cari Pennington cott Peth Kell}' Pitzer Chri~ Plummer Jennifer Pummill arah Purkey K}'le Reed arah Reedy Emil}' Richards Randy Robbins Ben Roberts April hepherd oa~id hhely Cristina hoemaker Ja on hores dam iler Joe mith Kell}' mith '\1att teinbrugge manda temple Tom wartzel Brent Van Horn Angie Vanscoy Rob Voehringer Jenny Wall Chris Werner hannon Wilson Kristie Wright Jonnie \\- yatt


TORA COFFMAN and MARK COLE (below) have their own dancing style. Tora appears to have discovered a new move.

KARRIE WILSON and BETH SELLS (below) show their party faces. MEGHAN MALONEY and LESLEY LUCAS (right) sit one out.

Now you see why others distrust freshmen! KYLE, MIKE, and ROB (above right) put moves on upperclassmen.

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When things slow down, TINA MANNING and BROOKE ELAM (right) decide to spice up the atmosphere a bit.


Follow the Beat!

With Two Left Feet? The Sweetheart Dance was held on an icy night in the usual place - the junior high cafeteria. The bleak weather didn't put a damper on the mood of the large turnout.

Look, it's the Rockettes! Well, not really, it is yet another one of the groups of girls (above) burning up the dance floor: AMBER MEADOWS, JOSIE MILLER, KELLY HORVATH, and BETH MEADOR.

AMANDA MORGAN (left) is all smiles in her shiny dress. NATASHA RANDALL, BETH MEADOR, and NICOLE SMITH show their wild sides and have an excellent time. -A. York

RENEE LINVILLE and AMANDA MORGAN (above) also take center stage. Josie seems to be puckering up or maybe the dim lights are getting to her! SARAH W ALBLA Y (left) shows her moves.

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State-Bound D.J. Turns 'Em

Every Which Way But Loose This year the wrestling team set many team and individual records. They placed in four tournaments, including runnersup in the Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day Invitationals. The team finished strong as D.J. COLLINS and RICK KINCAID (far right) led the way. - S. West

Six wrestlers qualified for District, and D.J. COLLINS (top left) qualified for State.

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NATHAN COLVIN (above) looks incredibly fatigued after a bard match. He said, "We do stuff that makes billy goats puke!"


Mr. Wisser, WESTERN STAR Coach of the Year, gazes at his team's first trophy.

By looking at their exhausted yet triumphant faces, we know they strive for exceUence.

"The credit belong to the man who i in the arena. Who e face i marred by weat and blood and pend him elf in a worthy cau e. Who know the thrill of high achie~ement and if he fail at lea t fail while daring greatly. Hi place hall never be with tho e timid oul who know neither ~ictory nor defeat." J.F.K.

Members of the 19951996 Wrestling team are Mike Keaton, Rick Kincaid, athan Cohin, Jared Be~in , O.J. Collin , John Barney, Brant Benon, Ja on Kincaid, Chri Werner, Brian William , and John Farler. All wrestler will return for the 1996-1997 ea on with the exception of enior Brian Williams.

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Seniors' Concerns in Spring: Every Day's a Water Ballet

My GP A is DOA; All Freshmen, Am-scray!

"Rain, rain, go awa !" Although we like to relate the word " pring" with flowers and love, thi year' pring came in like a lion. With countl thunderstorm and a few floods thrown in ju t for fun, the pring port uffered numerous cancellation a the eason progressed.

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pring - that gloriou time when the chilling nows of winter become the radiant sun hine of the ummer. A pring progressed, students began to detelop the infamous " pring fever." - A. York

pring fever causes tudent to tare at the clock, count the minutes, and itch for tho e relaxing ummer nights. "Senioriti " inevitably et in, and not ju t for eruors. Spring represents the end of chool and the beginning or glorious ummer memories. pring fever ran like wildfire through WH , and daydreaming became a popular activity.

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RICK ARCHDEACO (abo\e) pulls down a long drhe. Rick bit .385 and led the team in borne runs (3) and RBI' ( 18). Again t Green~iew be bit 2 homer and bad 10 RBI's.

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Other trong performances were turned in by RYA EL 0 and RYA JO E . el on bit .419 and cored 19 run for the team. Jone bit .400 and played olid defense in the outfield.


Anna Had a Conniption Fit as Gravitt Hit the Catcher's Mitt t left is the only ba eball team in the history of WH to win a Di trict hampion hip. Coach William ' partan defeated Anna 11-3 behind the pitching of J TIN GRA VITI, who allowed only one run in 21 inning of tournament play.

GRAVITT was 6-1 with a 1.54 ERA; this earned him All-League and the coveted 11-Miami Valley honor . Another mainstay of the taff wa JO HARDYMA (below). Jon was 3-2 with a 1.91 ERA. ATHA ROBERT ON had a 2- 1 record.

WILLIE FRANKLI (left) hit .442 and drote in 17 run . He wa named All League H. M. along with JO H and JEREMY B XTO (left middle). Jeremy hit .404, and Jo h hit .333. ATHA ROBERT 0 hit .510 and earned AII-KTC honors.

Highlight in the tournament were JO ES' RBI double against T.V. South, HARDYMA ' trong pitching over Bethel, GRA VITI' game-winning hits against Fenwick, and ROBERTSO 's 4 for 4 performance against Anna. WHS fini bed the ea on 11-4.

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JILL BAILEY (far right) was awesome to watch on the pitching mound as be intimidated other teams with her scorching fastball. TARA CHILDS (right) definitely bad her work cut out for her as she stepped up a level to start at catcher and first base.

enior MEGHAN MALO EY (above) bowed excellent leader hip for the Lady partan this year.

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Right fielder IKKI PRI GLE trong arm was a definite asset on many long throw from the outfield.


Each a Fighter to the Core

Lady Spartans Know the Score The Lady partans softball team finished with three wins and bowed a lot of promise for good thing in the future.

The team po es ed much talent and played their best game at di tTict, where they nearly upset an unwary opponent.

Junior AMBER MEADOW (left) wa half of the "dynamic duo" who pitched for the Lady partan .

Lady partans' Softball: (back) Coach Coffman, tacey Maloney, Tara Child , Mollie Henderon, Amanda cherer, arab Walblay, Amanda Hudgel, Coach Dunn. (middle) Casey Bowman, hannon mith, Shelly Bowman, Jill Bailey, mber Meadows. (front ) Tani ha Ander on, Charlotte Miller, Meghan Maloney, Kelly C rawford. - S. Maloney

RAH WALBLAY (top right) makes a catch to top a CedartiUe rally during a clo e game.

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IKI HI E (right) ea ily qualified for tate with a time of 10.99 in the lOOm and 22.74 in th 200m. He al o anchored the record-setting 400m team.

L. WHIPP, E. PHELP , M. MARIO , and A. HUPE ran the 3200m rela . A hley ad~anced to Regional in the 2 mile run.

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nior MATI PHILLIPS (right) ran the lOOm and 200m and et a chool record (42.8) in the 300m hurdl .


All Who Challe

Him at State

Nick Will Discombobulate enior J . Trentham, J. Gallagher, . Hice, and M . Phillips (left ), made Waynestille proud a they flew pa t the competition and ran the 400m relay with the econd fa test time in tb tate (a chool record of 44.06). . West

printer in the girls' 800m relay, (abote left) J. JAMES, E. RICH RD , J. WARRE , and . PHELPS. Ml A MARIO (abote) lead the pack in the mile and RAH PR HER follow clo ely. JE ICA WARRE (left) kick it up at the long jump. Her distance of 15'11" placed third at Regional and adtanced her to tate. DA E IRWI and L Y'ID E\ WHIPP (left) enjoy each other' company.

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Net Result: 6-3 ophomore JA 0 R TCHFIELD (below) played fir t ingles and wa named II League Honorable Mention.

Be ide winning the for most hairy guy, BRIA REED (right) ~as named All KTC.

a~ard

S

IE VAN COY (abme right) imprmed her skill greatly thi year a did many other . NATE WHITTAMORE (far right) wa "an ace" at second doubles. He was a fir t-year player.

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BRIA PRESHER (far below) celebrate with hi family after a rough match. Brian wa al o All KTC H.M.


Reed: Facial Hair with a Flair BRIAN WILLIAMS (left) won many big matche at third singles. 1996 Boys Tennis: (below) M. Fenlon, B. William , . Gibson, K. Lumpkin.

(Back) C. Gradel, J. Crutchfield, Whittamore, B. Pre her, B. Reed, and Coach Mike Unger.

Although notoriously late, CHRIS GRADEL (left) made a good bowing at first double . Coach MIKE GER (above) was highly thought of by his team. W.H. . wa 6-3 in the KTC.

ATHA WHITTAMORE aid, "Most of the credit for our uccess hould definitely go to the fearles leadership and bad driving of Coach." - A. York

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The H inducted a record number of new member thi year. Among them wa ELEI E ALLE (right), pictured with her family. - B. Harper l""''t1~~,.,.,.

LY"JD EY WHIPP, ARA WE T, and AMA DA KEARN (below) enjoyed the food at the reception. (They went through the line three times.)

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The 1996 NH is pictured above. AMANDA KEAR (above) light the candle of character, and ghes an in piring peech. BRAD BECKETT (abote right) shows hi enthu iasm as he recehes hi pin.

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ational Honor Society


The Powers that Be ... Welcome Each Inductee ... Into

W. H. S. National Honor Society NHS held an impressive ceremony this year , inducting LONNIE SCHEAR (below) and others.

After the ceremony the new members were invited to a lavish reception in the cafeteria.

ew members such as KELLEE BROWN (below) were inducted by candlelight in the gym.

They can' t help miling under the dim light as they receive their award . BRA DO HARPER (left) and hi father Ketin appear to be wonderfully ec tatic that Brandon is a new member of the local chapter of the ational Honor Society.

COTT McKEEHAN and family (abo~e ) fla h their miles after the induction ceremony. The ight of faces beaming with pride lit ational the gym at thi year' Honor ociety induction.

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The multitudes ( right ) clamor around the Messiah, eager to bear His words and astounded by the authority with which He spoke. ICOLE SMITH (far right) repre ents the religious authorities of that or any time, who all too often reject the message.

AM DA MORGA and N"' HARPER (abme) celebrate the coming of Messiah.

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JOH 8 R Y (right) literally wear hi heart on hi lee~ e.


The Drama Department Presents

Good News: Godspell MR. DAVID LEI T and the Drama Department pre ented an excellent production of God:;pe/1, a mu ical about the Mes iab.

WILLIAM IEGRI T (below) played Cbri t and gate a 1960' ter ion of the Sermon on the Mount and the parable .

ATA HA RANDALL (left) portray a flirtatiou , free pirit who bear the message but is apparently changed ljttle by its demand . The follower of the Me iab ( abo~e) are awestruck by Hi teaching and are challenged by the moral profundity of the Lhing Word. TheMes iab (far left) di cu e religiou ethic with two apparent keptic . The arne group that aid "81 ed i He Who comes in tbe name of the Lord" crucified Him a few days later.

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KELLY C RAWFORD (right) recehes the John Philip ou a Award from MR. BILBREY. be al o won the ue Ander on cholar hip and wa cboen the out tanding enior band member a well. LLI ON LARK won the Loui Arm trong A~ard and wa a member of the OMEA Di trict 13 Honor band.

MR . PHILLIPS (abo~e) i honored by the Flag Corps. T ANI HA ANDER 0 (rigbt) i also honored by tbe band. Otber honorees were as follow : ARA PERKI , Director' Award; MA DA YORK and BRANDON HARPER, out tanding juniors ; LY"''D EY WHIPP , out tanding opbomore; and CA EY BOWMAN, out tanding fre hman.

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Better Than One Concert MR. LEIST with the choir and MR. BILBREY with the band put on two more fine spring concerts this year.

LYNDSEY WHIPP, MELISSA PLUMMER, and HEATHER KENDALL (below) receive their band awards.

NICOLE SMITH (left), winner of the Caroline Belcher Maybury Scholarship, sings a olo. ALLISON CLARK (center above) won the Robert and Harriet Bernard Scholarship and was voted outstanding senior. ANNA HARPER received Mo tImproved, and L. SCHONDEL, R. AYRES, and A. STEMPLE were chosen best in each cia s respectively.

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JK AE JAMES and her parents (right) are justifiably proud as be is named Fr hman of tbe Year, tbe highest honor any Wlderclassman can recehe. Winners of WHS FacultyI taff holarships are pictured below: ARA PERKIN ATHAN GARREIT, CRYSTAL GROSS, AMA DA KEAR

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McKEEHAN, KARRIE WIISO , and ATHA WHITIAMORE.

LY D EY WHIPP , ARAH WALBLA Y, and HA ON MITH (above) are honored at award night.

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LYND EY, ARAH, and HA NO all earned 3.5 or above GPA' during their ophomore year .


Mortarboard Award NATE GARRETf and KARRIE WUSO (far left) recehe the Army Resene tudent AthJete ~ards. ate also recehed a Progr he Women' bolarship. Karrie recehed teral ~holar.ihips

and an

Honors Diploma.

RAH PR HER (left) is honored for a 3.5 GPA.

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Nl OLE WTH, USA ZIMMER, and ATAL1E VINCENT {abote) ~ere three of the seniors with 3.5 GPA' . AMANDA KEAR eft) recehed the James Holman bolarship, a WHS Faculty/ taff holarshi p, a Lion' Oub Award, and WAYfEC Scholarship. Pictured at left {center) are seteral senior ra., Ryan, scholars Justin, KeU , Josh, and athan - ~bo made their farnili proud.

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Prom i a priceless memory for all, it repre ent that one Ia t dance before WH becomes a distant memory or a romantic night on the town. KARL Y CAMMERER and her boyfriend (right) try to decide on a po e. B.J. TO E (below) begin the evening by carrying HEATHER RA PER oter a puddle. ~bether

BRIA WILLIAM , BRYA PR HER, and " OA H" GIB 0 (above) e cort their girlfriends to the WH prom and ba~e an excellent time at their Ia t dance. - A. York

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MARK COLE' tuxedo jacket came off early as he corcbed the dance floor with hi powerful grooves. Hi face bow be enjoyed it, as did his entourage.


cks and Their Romeos

Strike a Pose in Designer Clothes 1\/IKI HICE and TORA COFFMAN (left) are in ~ogue a they TRIKE A PO E. " There's nothing to it," purr TORA.

The e~er-photogenic Gabbard Girls po e under the tars. Pictured are ERI A PHELP , JE I A WARRE!\1 , LY D EY WHIPP, KARRIE WIL0"1, and TORA COFF'\1AN.

BETH L , A HLEY H PE, ANGI APLINGER, and KARLY CAM'\IIERER round out a group that is number one in ba ketball (and number one in your heart).

BRAD LIVI GSTON and ARA W T get all bent out of hape a they do a few twists (and turns) around the dance floor.

'\1ATT, BETH, ATA HA, and ADAM all po e before hitting the road to the after prom at the Country ide YMCA. (abo~e)

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Niki & Kelly: King and Queen

NIKI HICE and KELLY CRAWFORD (right ) were named prom king and queen.

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Moonbeams and Pug Nose Dreams As tbe clock hit midnight and tbe evening came to a close, tired couples sat out after some intense grooving.

AMANDA YORK and BRANDON HARPER (left) try to remember where tbey parked.

Tbe '96 prom at King's Island Golf Center was filled witb great music and food. A good time was mandatory.

Tbe evening's not over for SARA, JON, CLISTA, and BARRY (above).

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"'ot on I do J CKIE, AT HA, A'\1B R, and MELI A (far below) enjoy doing the "electric tide"

DA E IRWIN and L \' DSEY WHIPP (above) come down with a terminal case of "Boogie Fever."

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But principal DA E BARTON and hi wife (below) at o pro~e they can " tide" with the be t of 'em. - A. York

JO IE MILLER (a.k.a. "The Karate Kid") threaten another reveler (right) who imade her pace.


Many WHS teachers were chaperones for the evening; some even "got down!" COACH and MRS. WOODS (left) bad fun.

MRS. TIEMA and her husband (below) led the "locomotion" and looked as if they needed a chaperone.

A great time was bad by all, although the dancing undoubtedly wore out some who could no longer "party hearty."

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enior


Abner

Baldwin The enior winter ports participants are pictured left to right. (front) Heather Rasper, Karrie Wilson, icole Smith, and (back) Nate Whittamore, Nathan Garrett, Brian Reed, Adam Johnson.

HERCHELLE AB,'ER: . atlonal Honor Society. FHAHERO TA HA A'I,DERSO : Baad, Socctr RICh. RCHDEACO : ADD, Socctr. B~U

ROBERT ARRAS\11TH: "lCA

JASO

B·\ILEY: niA-HERO

J[ . IITR B.. LD\\1 : "DD, Spt1nl h Club Prttkltat, FHA Trusurtr. M~ 1athine

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One of the greate t thing about having friend i the unspoken acceptance they di play. In clo e relation hip , friend can tell what the other i feeling just by facial expr ions. True friends alway o~erlook each other' faults and look for the best in each other. . West

ERICA PHELP , ABBY PETTICREW, and HA "'ON SMITH (top) pend time together at a boys' ba ketball game. BETH ELLS and KARRIE WILSO (abo~e) are close on and off the court. Being with a friend, baring an extra sucker, and watching a good game is as good as it gets.

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Friend at cbool help ea e the tre of cia es and alway bring a few laugh to the average day. At right, BRAD LIVI G TO , ELEl E ALLE , and ARA WEST unwind and enjoy this moment they bate together during lunch period, the calm before the afternoon torm.


A Real Godsend:

One True Friend Ju t a few hour after a heart-breaking lo in the di trict tournament, member of the girls' basketball team (below) band together at a dance.

Being with friend at the Valentine's Dance was really important; and by the looks on their faces, they bounced back pretty quickly.

A HA GARRETI and hi mom (left) hare a "Kodak moment" after the big win over pringboro. Parent can be good friend too - ometimes the best friend a guy could hate, right ATHAN?

Friends are people who are easy to talk to and are fun to be around. RACHAEL WEIGA DT, A GELA DO OFRIO, and HEATHER WALTER (abote) chat together on ome arcane topic - the inherent tres of chool.

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Muse Machine captains ALLISON CLARK and CRYSTAL GRO (abo~e) are aU smiles as tbey arrange flowers for a Muse Machine tea party. Tbi i a pedal nigbt for JUSTIN TRENTHAM (below) a be i escorted by bis mother and grandmother at Parents' 'igbt.

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Belboda

Hice ARAI BELBODA: Band, Socc~r

COURT £' BROW!'i: CAP, ADD, Football, B ball. tiiCitnt C-d~ HorM<Omtnl Court BRAD BUR~ : FHA, t*nt Council. Hom«omin1 Court JO H B XTO : SADD, Socc~r. Ba bai~ NH REBECCA BYRD: ADD, FHA

LLISO CLARK: H , Cboir, Band, Drama Club Pr idtnl, \1- \11(biM KELL\ CR"HORO: ADD, Band, ·HS, PHr Cou lin JETS, ftball Tl\1 CREECH: VICA, Football DIA"E F RLE\': BPA, !'oiVH B iness \1atb Competition Trusur~r,

CARRIE FI"'LEY: FFA, FHA, VIC A

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D.J., you run the ball, and WE'LL tackle \'0 !

GIRL J DGES who re~iewed the boy contestant . (front ) arab ¡ West, Emily Richard , arab Purkey. (back) Jenny Wall Amanda Y~rk tacey Malon~y beryl Yo ick. '

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Kis u , CHEMISTRy MAN we're Irish too! '

Hey, HART brew om . k 1 ' e uOte• Potion that w·u rna e Yours beat only for '

BOY J DG who re~iewed the girl conte ta~t : (front) Bnan Reed, Adam John on, Mike O'Dell. (back) Matt Ramey, Brad Burn .

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Ll A ZIMMER (below), a member of royalty on tbe homecoming court. could easily ba~e been crowned "The Friendliest Girl at W.H.S."

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Kl.Ll.'r HORVATH: ADD. FII A, Offic~ Aid, 'rtartoook ADA \1 JOH'SO : ADD, CAP, Cr Country, B btball

Pictured at left are tbe nior members of tbe boy • and girl ' occer team.

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HOLLY lA'\.1B: ADD, CAP, FHA-HERO, SHior partacu Drama, Cllolr, panl b (lull, Office id BARRY LEE: Football, Track, tud~nl Aid \1EGHA

\1ALO...,EV: ADD, (!ball, tuclent Council. PHr Counselina, Homteomina Court Socc~r.

ADA'\.1 MAR HALL: VICA PRIL '\.1COO 'All): BPA Pr iMnt, Drill Tum, Cllttrl dinc, JV ClaJI Pr id~nl A\f ... ...,DA \fCI\EEHA ADD, Ora.,., Clooir, \fuot \fachine, Ecolov (lull

A\1A-,TH ... MCKEEHA!It. SADD. 'H naa Corp5, \fUM Mach1M, Ecoloay Oub, Band,

FTA OTT \fCKEEHA!\0: latin Club, panl h Club, Buck~y~

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Two orne are a definite contant at WH . These couple seem inseparable as they walk entangled with one another. HEATHER RA PER and B.J. TO E (below) are a good example of a clo e couple. LESLEY L CA and MIKE MORLEY (below right) burn up the dance floor at the Valentine' dance. A. York

TORA COFFMA and MARK COLE (abote) ham it up at the dance and have a great time in the proces . by TORA alway knows how to trut her tuff for the camera.

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JOHN 0 (right) also how their wild ides a they dance the night away. SHA 0 MITH and MIKE C NNI GHAM (top right) cuddle up in the hall.


Cute Couples Couples protide each other with omeone to lean on and omeone with whom they can share their daily experiences. BRAND<>, HARPER and AMA DA YORK (left) look relaxed after a great band concert.

LYND EY WHIPP and MATT PHILLIPS (left) bare a special moment at a dance. J STI BAUER and HERER (above) watch MANDA a game together. MIKE GOMPF and DA IELLE ADAM (far abote) ju t enjoy each other' presence at a boys' game.

orne relation hip re ult in finding that once-in-a-lifetime oulmate, but other Ia t for only a few day or month . o matter what the duration, e\ery relationship form yet another pricele memory in a crapbook of high cbool life.

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PlacK Proaram CHARLOITE '\tiLLER: ADD, ftball, BPA A GIE MITCHELL: BPA, JV VIce Presld~nt, ADD, Chttrlfadina, 8a ttb&ll, thl tic TraiMr '\fiSTI ELSO : ADD, BPA. Flaa Cor Athletic TraiMr '\11CHAEL O'DELL: ADD, FHA-HERO, Art Coni tanl

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DEREK PE..,,I GTO : HCA '1'. ESLE\' PE!'Ii:"'I:O.GTO": VICA

ARA PERKI : "H Band, Volleyball, ftball, tudtnt Aid, "'rt1tlina Manaaer '\IAITHE'I'. PHILLIPS: 'iH , ADD, Soccer, football, Track, '\1u~ Machine, Pter Coun~llnc BR)A"' PRESHER: Ba k~tball, Cr Count!), Wrilina C~nttr Tutor :\fAIT RA'\1D: ADO, FHAHERO, panl ~ Club QLE:O.TI

RA"DOLPH' VICA

HEATHER RA PER: ADD, Track, Chftrleadina, Peer Coun lin&. tudent Council. Home Court, CA All-American Team BRIA.., REED: football, Student Council, Ba ketball, Tennis. Cla S«rtlary, Hom«omina Court A\1A DA SCH\110T: ADD, Cboir, FHA-HERO, Volleyball L1 A HIVELY: BPA

A'\GEL \11TH: ADD, M~ '\1achiM '\ICOLE S\tiTH: ADD Soccer, ChHrlfadina, :O.H , Tbeapians' S«r~tal'), Cboir, T~nni IU<Hnt Council, Homecomina Court

Presid~nt,

SARA STEWART: ADO, FHA-HERO

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wccc The \\ arren Count} Career Center offer!> lariou \OCational program for the numerous high cbools in \\ arren Count~. Pictured on the right are ROBBIE ~RRA ~tiTH and .\OA:\1 MAR HALL, "~tho are learning the art of 'ltelding. ~dam sa)s, "Our teachers are al"~ta)S read~ and "~tilling to help," and the other student~ definitely agree.- A. York

R\ A"\ HA \\ (below) i also enrolled in "~telding. "\ATALIE VINCE'iT (belo'lt right) is putting her skill to use in the field of engineering de ign. :'lo'atalie reports, "Engineering kill at WCCC is really helping me get an edge on m) future plan . The program i ler} beneficial to a !>tudent "~tho 'ltants to get some hand -on experience before entering the 'ltOrk force."

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S( OTT HARRI ' !left) and DEREK PEI'i'\I"GTO~ (bottom left) are learning engineering design. CARRIE fi"'LEY, MARC '\11TH, and DAVID HADLEY (below left ) are all D.C.T. student . ANGIE MITCHELL and DIA E FARLEY (below) use their miles in their administrathe ecretary cia . CHARLOTTE .:\fiLLER and Ml T\ '\ELSO"- (bottom right) are in accounting cla'>s.

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Jl STIN TRE:O.TIIAM: ADO, Track, FHA, Wre~tllnc, M Machine, BaHbaJI, Football, BukttbaU "iATAUE VI ...CENT: VICA, Track, Soc:ttr, VTHS, Chftr~adln&. Ba ketball, tvdent Co~tncll

HEATHER \\ALTERS: ADD, FHA, Senior partacus, Choir, panlsb Oub MATT WARD: Soc:ctr

"iATE WHmAMORE: Basketball, NHS, Cross COWitry, JETS, Buckeye Boys tate, 0 Officer, Latin Oub, Writln& Ctnter Tutor BRIAN WILLIAM : Tennis, Wmtlln&, Cross COWitry

KARRIE Wll.SO"i: SAOD, NHS, Soc:ctr, Buketball, BU5Iness Mana&rr, Pttr CounstiJn&, tuclent Councll, Homteomln& Court LISA ZIMMER:

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HS, SAOD, JETS, CAP, Volleyball, Basketball, Ttanls, HomtCOmlna Collrt


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\ aledictorian KELLY CRA ~ FORD ~a in man) acthities ~H . he ~a am mberof

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GR VITI, president of the of '96, delhered a tirring peech of "Welcome" to tho e a embled at Commencement. Ju tin ~a a member of ADD, 1'1,/H , and Peer oun eling. He wa a t o named to the 11-Miami aile Team in ba ball and led the partans to their first Di trict ampion hip in cbool history.

Education

Graduation A group of gu) po e ju t before graduation.

Ti's Mom and Dad celebrate ~ith her.

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alutatorian NATE WHITTAMORE wa in~olved in many things at WH . He participated in basketball, cross country, and tennis. He wa al o a member of "H , a Writing Center Tutor, and wa cho en for Buckeye Boy ' tate. "'ate placed first in nior ocial tudOhio Ill in ies.

Ll A ZIMMER was gr2duated third in the Cia of '96 and plan to tudy in the Legal A i ting field. Li a wa in l\IH , JET , FHA, Latin Club, and French Club. he also played tolleyball for three year and wa 11-Area H. M. a a junior. he wa on the Homecoming Court aiJ four year and wa Ohio auerkraut Prine in 1995.

HOLLY I.A\1B readies herself.

The GRA \'ITT clan celebrates.

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Outta School "CO\CH" GIB ON, \tATT PHILLIP , BR\ A"' PRE HER, JOSH 8 XTO , ATE GARRETT, and DON HOCHADEL (below) are ready to march and graduate.

Into Cool Ll A MIAR (right ) manage a tired mile before the big etent. A\1ANDA KEARN and I\1ATT RAMEY (far right ) file in with their cia mate .

BRIA"' REED and Nl OLE !\11TH (abo~e), a couple for se~eral years, eem deep in thought, wondering perhap what lies ahead for them in the future.

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PRI'\G- Graduation

COLRT"'EY BROW and KARRIE WIL 0"'1 (right) end the year as they began it - ide by ide. They appear relie~ed that one mile tone wa pa ed, though many lie ahead.


KELLY CRAWFORD (left) ~as Valedictorian of the Ia of '96. Kelly took Fir t Honor in cience, receiYed a President's Education Award, and earned an Honor Diploma. he also won two music a~ard - the John Philip Sousa and the ue Ander on cholar hip - and other academic award as well.

,

COTT McKEEHA (aboYe) had a 3.5 or above GPA and earned an Honors Diploma. He al o recehed a President's A~ard and a WH Faculty / Staff cholar hip. JEREMY GALLAGHER (left) earned a 3.5 or abo~e GPA bi enior year. J

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This book is dedicated to Mrs. Johnnie PoUy, "'bo dedicated thirty-nine years of her life to education and to the youth of Waynestille High

bool.

Johnnie PoUy is a remarkable woman - gentle, soft-spoken, caring, but firm, trong, r ilient. he ¡ gifted in mathematical intelligence but in other intelligences as "'eU: an artist herself, a connoisseur of great books, good music, old moties; a loter of children, of tradition, of nature. be bas a wonderful sense of humor; perhaps along "'ith the breadb of her interests enabled her not merely to endure but to pretail for thirt)-nine ears in education.

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Johnnie know herself. And that is the highest of arts. Knowing her ubject matter and what be bad as a person to gite to her tudents, be did not try to ume a counterfeit face or use teaching methods unbecoming to her tyle or irreletant to her goals. In a prot: ion that can be tr ful, confusing, frustrating, eten tengeful at times, be managed to use good judgment and keep the cool tenor of her ways. When the public clamored for bowy trends, be weighed and considered before embracing innotations. When others competed for merit pay and recognition, be recognized her tudents, keeping a low profile and a bumble pirit. Her tudents "'ere her accolades. A one former tudent, wife of a Waynestille graduate and parent of three children wbo graduated from Waynestille, said, be was a quiet, behind-the-scenes person "'bo did her job and "'ent UIUIOticed ... To bate our kids taught by people wbo taught us gites us a feeling of completeness, of roots, of tradition" (Peggie Oark, class of '65). That Johnnie's "echoes roU from souJ to souJ and grow foreter and foreter" is "'onderfulJy illustrated by comments of tudents "'bose lit be touched:

"One of the most dedicated, intelligent teachers I bate bad in all my years, including coUege. I thought be knew eterything" (Dennis Bunnell, class of '68)." be "'as "'eet and understanding" ( usan Hough, class of '78). be "'as, obtiously, influential. I went into math education. I enjoyed her classes. be definitely prepared me for coUege" (KeUy Miltenberger Maloney, class of '85). " be was a positite role mode~ being a woman in math. be is one of the main reasons for my being a math teacher" (CbameUe Oark, cl of '92). Johnnie was a paragon of the tability, continuity, honesty, reason, and good sense that "'e must bold onto in order to unite as an educational community and to maintain our integrity as educators and as human beings. May we as teachers whose lit Johnnie also touched rededicate oursehes to the great, aJway unfmisbed "'ork of education.

-Betty King

Pictured at right are MRS. BETTY KI G, the author of this piece, and MRS. JOHNNIE POLLY, her dear friend.

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The 1996 Spartan Is ...

Dedicated to Mrs. Johnnie Polly \1 ~DA YORK and BRAN DO HARPER (left) and ARA W T (below) wrote the cop that appear in this book. ara also did many of the layout .

MR . \\-OLFE and her helper (abote) old all of the ad and took care of book sales. MR. BROWER (far left) took mo t of the pictures, and MR . BROWER helped with the proofreading. T AEY '\1 LO EY and EMILY RICHARD (left ) did layout and worked on the tudent ection.

PRI"G- Mr . Polly

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Hotsy-Totsy \\ e often felt like Paparazzi a ~e roamed the hall and tand at porting e\ent looking for good candid hot . 1R . WOLFE (far right) ~a intaluable as he bared her experience and in ight with u . SARAH P RKEY (right) ~orked on layout and the tudent ection. BRAD BE KElT (center) did all of our computer-generated graphics.

Pa arazz1

JENNY WALL (abo~e) did layout and typing for the book. HERYL YO ICK (right) typed the final draft of copy, except when he ~a up et after a " pat" ~ith her boyfriend. Jenny and beryl al o made "chocolate run " next door to MRS. PHILLIPS' room when we got the munchies. The staff al o wants to say a special thanks to MR. JOH SWARTZEL (bottom right) for the many great ports hot he contributed to the book.

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We belie~e the pages of thi book document the fact that we have a great chool y tern. tudent , musician , athletes, arti ts, teams, etc. are all experiencing ucce . If thi i true, much of the credit mu t be ghen to the man directing this proce MR. WILLIAM . Thank for )'Our leadership. Also, we join Mr. William , Mr . Patton, and Mr . Carter in thanking MR . J DY Kl R (below) for a lifetime of senice to our chool, and we extend best wi hes for a fulfilling retirement.

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May good luck and happine s be yours. Whatever your adventure should be, always be safe. Love, Mom, Dad, Tracey, and Ryan

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Diane

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You are my artist. You have drawn smiles for me and from me. I'll always be proud of you.

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We are so proud of you, and we love you more than word can say. Have great dream.

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What a difference 12 short years make. Remember: Always strive for success!

Always keep God first. We love you and are very proud of you.

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Keep your feet firmly on the ground and keep reaching for the stars. We love you.

You 've been such fun, and we're proud of you. Good luck and dream high.

Love, Mom, Dad, and lacey

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We're proud of you, and you've been a joy. Good luck and aim for the stars.

May you follow God' road to success for your life, and you'll find peace and joy always.

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Mike

Matthew

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You made it! 18 years behind you - a lifetime ahead of you. We wish you only the besL

We couldn't be prouder. Thanks! The future is limited only by your imagination.

Love, Mom and Dad

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You've always been a joy in our lives. We couldn't be prouder of you.

The Lord ble you and keep you! Love and prayers to you always.

Love, Mom, Dad, and arah

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We are all so proud of the young woman you've become. The future awaits!

We are so proud of you. We wish you happiness and success in whatever you do.

Love, Dad, Mom, Chip, Sharon, Hunter, teve, Lori, & Jessica

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It seems like yesterday that

you were this cute baby! Good Luck.

Let your imagination and creativity take you where you want to go.

Love, Dad and Mom

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You've given us so many reasons to be proud! Thanks for the memories.

Our very speciaJ daughter -you are a joy to everyone in your life. B t of luck alway.

Love, Mom, Dad, Heidi, and Heath

Love, Mom and Dad

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Graduating Seniors of the Class of 1996:

Our objective is to provide a supportive cast to ensure you all have opportunity to participate in athletic competition sponsored by Waynesville High School. This cast of people is referred to as the Waynesville Athletic Boosters and is elected to serve the Athletic Director. Further, it is our hope that as a result of your experiences at WHS you w ill reflect positively on your education, your experiences on the field of competition and take with you a sense of community spirit to remember it by. As the Waynesville Athletic Boosters, we extend our very best wishes to you as you continue the journey .of life. May God Bless you always . Tim Gabbard -Athletic Director Rich Petticrew - Membership Linda Luti - Fund Raising Elaine Coffman -Concessions Mike Higgins -Trustee Judy Hupe -Trustee Sherry Smith -Trustee Jennifer Petticrew -Secretary Terry Kronenberger- Treasurer Dennis Hupe -Vice President Lonnie Schear- Financial Advisor Larry Nelson - President

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WAYNESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY 65 MrJrv1n Lane Waynesville Oh10 45068 {513) 897-6075

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BOB & SUE GILBERT

70 N MAIN ST WAYNESVllLE

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Michael E. Foley Attorney At Law Estate Planning I Probate Personal Injury Living Trusts Domestic Relations Real Estate Zoning CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

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155 South Maen St. Waynetwllle, Oh10 450e8

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CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 1996 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

1995 CLUB OFFICERS President

Kelly Crawford Crystal Gross Amanda Kearns

We Serve

David Hisey

Secretary Ray Davis Treas. Owen McCarren

WAYNESVILLE

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Congratulations Class of 1996

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PROFESSIONAL SERUICE SINCE 1949 AUTO, TRUCK, RND FARM

Con g rat u I at ions Class of 1996 Open Daily Corner of Rt. 48 & Rt. 73 5 Miles South of Centerville 885-3965

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9754 North Cincinnati-Columbus Road Waynesville, Ohio 45068

Waynesville Furniture & Decorating Center 27th Anniversary Good Luck Seniors! (513) 897-4971 Gle• A ally mltll

96 Marvm's Lane

(513) (513) FAX (513)

897-6345 897-1744 897-0940

60 Marvin Lane Waynesville , Ohio 897-5001 Open 7 Days A Week Until 9:00 P.M.

Waynesville, Ohio 45068

IRWIN ENTERPRISES, INC. (513) 897-6020

93 t; eq Fr.lll lrn Street C nt'n'tlle, OH .J:;4c;q 4J ·2J(,(I

Waynesville Lumber & Supply 39 South New Burlington Rd Waynesvrlle. Ohro 45068

GOOD LUCK SENIORS!

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"SERVICE BEFORE SELF II MEETINGS HELD EVERY TUESDAY AT 6:30P.M. AT DER DUETCHLER INN

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FAX CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 199 6 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Josh BuHton Scott McKeehan Matthew Phillips Usa Zimmer

Michael Garrett P.O. Box 128 Waynesville, OH 45068 (513) 897-8349

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112 WEBSTER STREET DAYTON, OH 45402

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1996!

• Custom Homes • Remodeling • Stone Work • Wood Decks

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