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CAN YOU BELIEVE . ..
The 1988-1989 School Year? inside are many events, from serious to just plain silly! This was YOUR year!
Can you believe . .. Thomas Galvin times two? Pretty spooky thought;
8:30 every morning , Steward comes t life with groggy students and teacher struggling to get into the swing of a nel school day. Lower Schoolers take to th playground, which was moved this yea, and has a fence on two sides . Middle an Upper Schoolers head for assembl} which gives them a few more minutes t get their acts together before first perio(
Tommy LePage had to get up, eat breakfast and dress in his brar new Steward sweatshirt before coming to school. He is still not quil awake , as he waits for inspiration. Magic markers make great Ki dergarten drawings, once you figure out what to draw, T ommy.
Jamie Brock can't believe the dress code applies to jackets .
We believe in creativity.
but sometimes creativity can be carried too far ! Thomas Galvin Is '0 unbelievable that he appears on two consecutive pages! He was supposed to paint the auditorium wall . Well, he did. Chris Bowles believes he can center his clay on the potter's wheel. Mrs. Paulette teaches art, but needs lessons on wall painting! Creative lunch littering by Dawn Moss, Katie Anderson, John Janha, Matt Montgomery, Jay VanAusdall and Bob Cosby makes an unbelievable messl
Can you believe these students.
LOVE the Steward dress code??! 4
Edmund Rhoads has captured code violator Mike Peam and removed the offending clothing and restrained Mike, bu no one caught Chris Setterlund, who wore - shudder DENIM jeans! Art Wright, Philip Doss, Chris Mullins, MichaE Roane and Chris Bowles were all "legal." Jay VanAusda gives his opinion. Look on page 5 for other violations: HA T5 as worn by Ming Dodson, Mike Boston (flaps??!), and Davl: Bickel. Philip Grymes goes neck-less, and Ginny Chalkle' proves that bad taste exists within the rules of the dress COdE
SOPHOMORE TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D.C.: silly, serious, sad, sensational, scenic . .. The Sophomore Class visited the Embassy of Greece in May . It was a typical field trip, with a long bus ride in dressy clothes, a formal visit to the Embassy, and a trip to a Greek restaurant which took a very long time because the driver kept getting lost and circling around and around. Mrs . Meyer, who has seen "European Vacation," kept saying, "Look, kids - the Tower of London! Big Ben!" The confusion was worth the time , when the group finally arrived at the Greek restaurant, which was great. Will Wynne surprised everyone with his dashing bow tie, seen here waiting for lunch with David Burnstine. After lunch the group went to the Vietnam War Memorial, which was an emotional experience and caused a thoughtful discussion between David, Lee Kallman, Eric Elkin and Doug Hinckley. The spirit of the Wall was captured in the photo below.
Laughter is a part of life at Steward. Fahad Qureshi makes his big brother Faisal laugh. John Cabell Chenault looks silly in his checkered pants and oversized tie, while Matt Montgomery models the more traditional school attire. Burkeley Goodloe watches a well路disguised classmate at the Halloween party, which was also fun for the fifth graders in the picture above . Corey Brown was confused about the identity of the scary person in the center, and no one can be sure which of the Identical Mann twins was pictured . .. Deborah? Elizabeth? "Who am '" is not a new game for these girls! 7
FASHIONS OF THE' 88 / '89 YEAR
• • •
Classic Styles were "in"
In the classroom and around campus, the simple classic styles were popular with the students of Steward. Anne Blair Scott wears a classic collared sweater with dropped shoulders. Matt Lord chose a classic sweater for warmth and style. Lael Meem liked the oversized sweater and full skirt for comfort and style. These were the "norm." But we were not always "classic"!
WOULD YOU BELIEVE SHADES??
Just let a Spartan step into the sunlight and on go the shades! Shades were popular with all ages, as Welly Sanders demonstrated at a basketball game (sure, wear them indoors, too, if you want. Just don 't get caught!) Mr. Cramer enjoys out路 door sports more without the glare of the sun. Miss Rice , Mrs . Paulette and Katie Seitz wear their shades with panache .
Strange headgear. . . John Janha's Giants cap was a familiar sight in the '88/89 year, and In the Lower School Halloween gave ears to Adia Parham-Washington, shown being made up by Chris Siaydon_ On the preceding page, Matt Lord looks with envy (?) at Mr_ Coddington's coaching outfit; Joe Vilseck displays the "in" fashion for Indoor athletic events, with a shirt UNTUCKED but legal at games_ Cathy Cooper was really together with an oversized white turtleneck, a long chain necklace, and an oversized Land's End jacket which almost covered her fingers_ The faceless wonder making a point displays one of the less popular styles: the faceless look _Our spies tell us that the faceless one was Mike Boston, but we wouldn't swear to that! At any rate, "facelessness" did not catch on _ Mrs_ Meyer didn't even notice!
BUSY sludenls In Sieward slyles : Rob Haskell and Ad路 rienne Duke helped with pOinsettia deliveries in their typo Ical school day attire; David Sullivan and Kate Porter were a familiar couple around school, shown here at a game In fashionably torn jeans, with John Harler, also in torn jeans. Mrs. Chalkely's little ones demonstrate cold weather strat路 egy: bundle up and snuggle next to your teacher. Opposite, John Janha, Selh Koplin and Kevin Miller, Cab Briggs, Graham Hickerson and Steven Just show Man About Campus attire.
THE LOWER SCHOOL BELIEVES IN FAIRY TALES, HALLOWEEN MAGIC, BALLOONS THAT FLY FOREVER, AND MORE
Third graders Robbie Alberti. and Stephanie Paulette share a sunny. blustery day outdoors as they expiore the wonders of the Ashland Berry Farm.
The Lower School seems shocked at their first experience of a full school assembly.
Mrs. Edwards shares a laugh wit two of her kindergarten boys, Dere, Tyler and Coleman McCoy.
Kendra Fleming, third grade, and
Taylor Collier and Stephen
Corey Brown, fourth grade, are ready to weIgh-in their pumpkins to
Paulette put on their monster fac-
see who found the largest .
es in preparation for the Steward
Fifth graders Keith Marshall and EIII. Ann McClung Introduce Fleet Fltz路 gerald, kindergarten, to the joys of an Indian summer afternoon at Stew-
ard School. Rachel Whitten and Ryan Pond have secured their prize pumpkins and are
ready for the long trip from the Ashland Berry Farm to Steward.
Jacob Alphin, second grade, gets ready to send off his haUGan and message, as he wonders where it will
land and who will find it.
THE INCREDIBLE KIDS OF ...
Lathrop Lybrook can'l believe that she gets to exper ience a friday afternoon of fun , as the Mid路 die School hosted the traditional Halloween celebration.
Can you believe that the kindergarten class raised baby finches? This class anXiously cared for a pair of adult finches and their newborn babies which were hatched right In the classroom. From finches to fr ogs to chickens. these young students learned about nature and the world around them . From Halloween to Hanukkah to Valentines, excited students celebrated the various customs and traditions of holidays throughout the year. Clanlc children's theater such as Rumple.tlli.kln , Thumbelina, Snow While and Red Rose, and The City Mouse and the Country Mouse prOVided fasc ination and excitement for first year students at Steward. With looks of disbelief, these young people were also Introduced to their first round of academics, as they found out about " A, B, C's" and "1, 2, 3's."
John SlIn,on, Fleet Fitzgerald, Derek Tyler, and Lathrop Lybrook believe that learning can be fun, as they diligently work on their project of the day. Mrs . Edward. pUIO the flnl.hlng touches on a costume, as they pre路 pare for the Hall oween parade.
Tommy LePage anxiously prepares to pitch a tennis ball during the Halloween festlyltles , as Katherine Harrison and Ashley Healey walt for their turn.
Adia Parham.Washlngton Lance Warren
Coleman McCoy James Rose
Ashley Healey William Poolelto Derek Tyler
Kindergarten designed "unbelievable" costumes . William Paoletto, Megan
Multack, and Judson Wilton get organ路 ized for their annual parade.
What's up, Coleman? Ashley Healey knows the joke, but Coleman McCoy stares in disbelief at the punch line.
THE WONDERS OF FIRST are hard to believe Evan Ca rl Michael Hoffer Michael Satterfield
All ison Chasen
Blair Ja cobsen Adam Schwarz
Aaron Karp T ommy Shomo
A special award went to the first grade class at The Steward School for bringing In the most Safe way grocery store receipts. These receipts are used to help win microcomputers for the classroom. The first grade could not believe that they were rewarded with a picniC and a Ice cream party for their diligent efforts in supporting their school. In addition to enjoying the school 's traditional events such as the visit to the Ashland Berry Farm, this class also extended their science curriculum with a visit to Maymont Park as they explored the " senses." Learning about American Indians and their customs was an exciting experience, as this class traveled to the Valentine Museum to view their Indian exhibit. Winning contests and taking field trips were only a few of the new and amazing things for first graders at Steward.
Chad Healey Kandlce Peay Michael Snow Rachel Whitten
?Irate Chad Healey squints to see )ut of his one good eye so he can :oncentrate on the Halloween lames.
Mrs. Chalkley's first grade, in costume, makes the annual march to the parking lot for Halloween games and prizes.
The first grade has no problem be-
Michael Satterfield and Allison
lieving how much fun they can have on a warm September day.
Chasen are surrounded by their classmates as they await the beginning of their class Valentine's Day party.
Michael Snow, Michael Satterfield, and Jessica Gray explore the possible festivities during the Halloween
SECOND GRADERS BELIEVE IN BIG
"Chilly Willy's, anyone?" The second grade called this out for several months in the second semester, as they sold the frozen fruit treats In order to raise money to purchase a large ad in this yearbook and to buy a gift for the school. Counting money each day, as well as numerous "Chilly Willy's", was good business experience. In addition to this, second grade won the Thanks路 giving canned food drive for the Lower School, and was rewarded for their efforts of good will with a six foot submariM sandwich and all the trimmings for a great lunch . They performed " Where the Wild Things Are" before the Lower School. The play , based on the children's book of the same name, brought many unusual creatures to life on the stage.
Matt Gottwald takes off warm winter clothes after returning from a cold recess period.
Sending off helium balloon. ha. been a tradition at Steward, and one that Cheyenne Sparks , Jennifer
Latourelle, and Matt Gottwald find especially excltlngl Key Easterly enjoys his physical ed路 ucatlon class In the gym, a great way to run off excess energy .
Dickie Adamson Preston Adamson
Jacob Alphin David Buxton
Taylor Collier Key Easterly Nicholas Giacobbe Matt Gottwald
Leigh Jackson Steven Just Jennifer Latourelle Michael Maszaros
Mathew Myers Stephen Paulette Fahed Qure.hl Cheyenne Sparks
bow after their presentation of "Where the Wild
Cast members line up to take a Things Are ."
Taylor Collier sits patiently as make路 up I. carefully applied to hi. face for his part In the class play.
RobbIe AlibertI Parker Ayers
Kendra flemIng ChrIstopher Hagy Rice Owens
Welly Sanders Thomas Walker Chad WhItten
Chris Hagy, Parker Ayers, and Rice Owens carryon a "heavy" conversation during the early morning, as
they walt for the school day to begIn. Stephanie Paulette. Rice Owens,
Parker Ayers, ChrIs Hagy, Chad Whitten, and Matt Brock take ad路 vantage of the Valentine's Day goodIes in their classroom.
THIRD GRADE BELIEVES IN THE (endra Fleming threatens passing
.tudent. with her pitchfork durtng he Halloween festivities.
During March, the third grade busily prepared for their Lower School presentation of " Robin Hood." Performing March 24, 1989, this class agreed that plays are worth all the hard work and effort simply for the cast party that follows . Third graders experienced a variety of activities this school year. They studied countries around the world, as well as visited the Science Museum to view the "Voyage of the Planets." Despite rough weather, the Kite Flying Contest, organized by the third grade, was still a success. The Class judged kites from each class, and awarded prizes for categories such as the Best Homemade Kite, Prettiest, Most Unusual, and the Best Flying.
The "hams" of the third grade await
Sean Abrams and Stephanie
excitedly for Mi â€˘â€˘ Downey to walk
Paulette celebrate the success of their class play by loining in the cast party.
into the room .
4th Grade asks, "Do you believe
Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?" Mr. Lord's fourth graders realized that learning did not necessarily mean " hitting the books" for the entire class day . Oh, yes, they certainly did their share of that, but the y also pulled their noses out of the textbook, too. A cold February day in Jamestown complemented their history lessons on early settlers in Virginia. They learned all about weather stations by visiting one at the Norfolk Naval Base. And they exhibited a flair for the dramatic with their theater production of " Under Jekyll's Hyde," a spoof on the story of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." They also became masters of Japanese cuisine, as they celebrated Sam Proffitt's birthday at the Japanese steak restaurant, Kabuto's.
The cast party Is the best part about performing a class play, as the fourth
grade celebrates their stage success. Mrs . Beverly. J .T ,'s mother, proves that Holder Is better" as she successfully goes under the "limbo"
Is It the "Incredible Hulk" or the " Refr igerator " ? Gordon Le wis "muscles up" for Halloween.
Jarrodd Beverly Corey Brown
Erica Heltzel Keith Just
before the curtain goes up, Mr. mirie gives last minute Instructions
o actresses Emily Wolff , Erica ieltzel, and Michelle Brown.
Daniel Nuckols Ryan Pond Sam Proflttt
Gordon Smith Emily Wolff
Michelle Brown takes a try at per -
forming the "limbo ", as Shawn Lew路 Is anxiously awaits his tum .
CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT FIFTH
Halloween festivities excite these
TO BE DIFFERENT?
fifth grade girl. who participated with costumes and carved pumpkins.
Believing in the D.A.R.E. program was important to Steward's fifth grade. Taught by police officer Steve Francis, the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program was introduced to the fifth grade through a weekly class every Friday afternoon . A successful program , it educated the class on drug abuse and how to say " No" to drugs. In addition to this important topic, fifth graders explored the importance of nutrition and then visited the Winn Dixie store as part of this unit. Because 1988 was an election year , this class also hosted a mock election for the lower school with the assistance of the classroom computer. With their class play "Pinocchio", a field trip to the nation 's capital, a winning short story entry about Steward's school mascot, the fifth grade was astounded that they really accomplished all these things in one year!
The fifth grade cannot believe that It'. finally Friday as they await the final bell to end the day. Steven Bopp and Chris Schultz are qUlerly scheming, a. they try to think
UHangin' out" In the hall before
of something new to do before the
school Is the favorite pastime of
8:30 bell rings.
Keith Marshall, Amelia Manson, Helen Mundin, Corbin Adamson, Allison
Collier. and Ann McClung.
Corbin Adamson Michael Archie Steven Bopp Allison CoUter
Jon Cray Joey Enroughty Berkeley Goodloe Deborah Mann
Ameba Manson Keith Marshall Ann McClung
Helen Mundln Trey Nowell Erik Riggs
Wade Rubin Catherine Shomo Chris Schultz
Amelia Manson, Deborah Mann, and Eliz路 abeth Mann prepare to partake of ham路 burgers cooked on the grill. thanks to some Steward mothers, Mrs. Collier and Mrs.
Proffitt . Keith Marshall and Jon Cray show off their Halloween costumes as they prepare for the annual parade.
IN MIDDLE SCHOOL,
Chris "Cool" Bowles can't believe
Middle School students met In the li路
this soccer game, as he quJckly notes another point for Steward.
brary during Black History Week to see
a movie about all the unbeUevable inventions created by Black Inventors .
Seventh grader Chad Campeau ani his fellow classmates can't belieY,
the grade Chad just received on hi English test. (A+, no doub!!)
nest Perrin and David Moeser qUickgulp down the remaIns of their lunch an effort to get outside for a few nutes of relaxation before fifth period
orates the face of Meggle
Make·up arUst Hope Crosby dec· Tronfeld to match the rest of her
Alternate Program was an excellent
Mrs. Daly and her seventh grade
opportunity for middle school stu-
boys have become affected (or af· flicted?) by the Monday Morning Assembly Blues.
dents to meet and learn together for two weeks of unique classes.
6th Grade believes in participating New to Steward's Middle School, the sixth grade qUickly realized that this year would open the door to many new experiences. They eagerly participated in the school's canned food drive, actively sold poinsettias during Christmas, and created Halloween game booths for the Lower School Halloween festivities . Studying ecology, environmental problems, and lifestyles of forest dwellers were only a sampling of the unique experiences offered to this year's sixth grade.
Forrest Perrin walks out to catch his ride home . . . it's been a long day!
Frazer Orgaln really didn't want hi. school picture taken this year. but he was fooled, wasn't he?
Monica Kallman , a great beUever sixth grade. often spends time stue
ing in the library.
Gabl Binder Lewis Collier Joyce Cooper Hope Crosby Nathan Debardeleben
Tara Garner Jack Goshorn Kasey Hampton Shelly Johnson Monica Kallman
Tripp Mayer Cheryl Mayers Patrick Meyer David Moeser
Frazer Orgaln Forrest Perrin
Parke Rhoads Chris Slaydon Meggle Tronfeld
Hope Crosby and Cheryl Mayers are conducting the daily "gossip ses路 slon" as they walt for morning as路 sembly to begin.
Meggle TronfeJd, Joyce Cooper, Monica Kallman, Gabl Binder, Kasey
Hampton. and Cheryl Mayers warm up their vocal cords as they prepare to practice their latest songs with Mrs. Anderson.
Jeffrey Anchel1 Jessica Blumberg Avery Bugg
Jason Burford Shara Buxton Chad Campeau Tommy Cooper
Raising rats In the science lab has
become a favorite hobby of seventh grade students Aaron Reese, Chad Campeau, Adrienne Duke, and James Holmes.
Adrienne Duke Amy El1ls Jason Harr Rob Haskel1
James Holmes Doug Jones
Elvin Ridley Cory Schlein
Jim Schn.1I Chris Sharp Ben Swift Charlotte Tate
jrienne Duke bravely holds "Ben", r pet rat, as she successfully keeps , teachers out of the classroom.
SEVENTH GRADE BELIEVED IN HELPING OTHERS Can you believe that the seventh grade won this year 's canned food drive? By contributing the most food during the Thanksgiving drive, seventh grade was rewarded with a special submarine sandwich lunch donated by the Student Council. This class also donated their creative time and talents to the Lower School Halloween festivities. Their social life has included bowling after school, going to the movies, and shop路 ping at the mall as a class. Yes, it has been a busy and often unbelievable year!
Elvln Ridley, in a typical "Can you believe?" posture, keeps classmates Tommy Cooper and Aaron Reese wondering what's going on behind their backs. Mozart or Jason Harr? Jason prac路 tices keyboarding techniques during Alternate Program.
Shar. Buxton .nd Rob Haskell ea路 gerly await Mrs. Duke's home cooking as they sample goodies in the Alternate Program class "Breakfast
THREE TESTS IN ONE DAY? IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE UNTIL YOU'RE IN THE.
Michael Malarkey anxiously awaits the English Test to come. Anxious? No! Confident? YES!
"Can you believe that we were just assigned another test today? We have a Science project due tomorrow, OUT short story for English, a Math test, and now THIS???" Yes, these students are only being prepared for the marvels of the Upper School. But these eighth graders were, for the most part, successful in juggling their increased academic loads, as well as playing the seasonal sports, and still finding tim e for having fun or sleeping , The eighth grade class, led by officers Catherine Leitch, Jamie Brock, Shannon Davis, and Art Wright , were successful In convincing the ad路 ministration that a fun field trip was In order. So off they all went to Regency Square to fill up at the food park and buy gag gifts to entertain each other. From field trips to the Virginia Museum to pizza parties, this class has learned to function as a team whose members care about each other. But most Important, they have each matured and prepared themselves fo r the long, hard road ahead with TESTS, TESTS. and more TESTS!
Friday afternoon . . . 3:00 P.M. Erik DeVries , Michael Malarkey, and Stuart Katz are ready for some "Rest and Relaxation." During Alternate Program, Mary Harvard Nolde and Frank Macrlna gained five pounds each as they sam路 pled Mrs. Duke's breakfast delica路 cies every morning for two weeks.
The giggling quartet ... this group girls can giggle for an entire cia period. Pictured are Jamie Broe Cathy Cooper, Catherine Leitch, a. Shannon Davis.
:hrls Bowles :ab Briggs amle Brock
Shannon Davis Erik DeVries
Mary Harvard Nolde Michael Roane Chris Setterlund Art Wright
The Eighth Grade assembles rather casually in the library in order to view a film on Black American inventors during Black
History Month .
Cheu and friends make for fun In Ch.... cl.... durtng Altem ..te Progr..m. Carrie Meyer, Jon Rabhan, Adam Croe., Scott Hartzler, Jimmy Benoon, Matt Lord and Edmund Rhoads play above. Joel Padow work. on lighting for Drama; Bill Kane look. taller, above, and Mike Pearce admire. Ugly Dog.
lOy Upper Schooler. Mlchene Andenon, Nicole Greene, Shehwar Qureshi, ,tie Seltz In clanes. Game time I. lun lor the student. who ate at McDonald', lore the game. Jamie Brock, Laura Linhart, John Janha, Jay VanAusdall, ,illp Gryme. and BUI Kane enjoy tho McDonald', "Ireeble" calendar.
eassel Adamson Mlng Dodson Scott Hartzler Joel Padow Dorothy Spencer
Jimmy Benson Jack Evan. Ertk Hausmann Kate Porter David Sullivan
Harlan flippen Jodi Levine Falw Qureshi De Sutherlin
Ginny Chalkley Jennifer Glazier Cindy Mathew. Jonathan Rabhan Delaney Turnage
Adam Croes April Grant Mark Metzger Mason Seay Joaeph VUseck
Cole DeJarnette John Harler Jennifer Onk. Jonathan Slaydon EmUy WUkerson
Jack Evans demonstrates study style. The Ninth Grade has a reputation for really hitting the books and the Honors Listl
Jennifer Onk5, above, 15 caught between classes. Will she be tardy to class AGAIN? Can you believe Jimmy Benson having the nerve to challenge Mr. Ostrow to
a game of chess during Alternate
Program Chess class? From the look on Jimmy's face, he did not expect Jonathan Slaydon to get help from Phred . In fact, Mr. 0 seems to be the only one really having fun . The Ninth Graders
are proud of the 51ze of their class, the sports and academic honors they have achieved. and the future looks great - they believe In themselvesl
Michelle Anderson Thomas Galvin Edmund Rhoads
Mike Boston Doug Hinckley Anne Blair Scott
Sara Braxton Lee Kallman
John Cabell Chenault Tanya McManus Will Wynne
Brendan Daitry Lael Meem
Not Pictured: Eric Elkin Carrie Meyer
John Cabell believes in concentrating. but maybe on
Ginny instead of English! Gail Rich, who moved to Michigan, joined the Steward trip to Europe. Here she peeks around Sara Braxton and Carrie M eyer as they wait in line at the Louvre, In Paris.
TENTH GRADE Tanya McManus finds the Steward desks hard to relax in. Lee Kallman IS relaxed on the train bound for New
York 's Model U.N. Josh SUverman Is totally relaxed after dinner, but below the Sophomores show a more business-
like attitude In Biology lab : Sara Braxton, Doug Hinckley, Mike Boston, John Cabell Chenault, Laura Linhart and David Burnstine get to work . David Burnstine Is
to relax and
study. Or study and relax . Or just study . . . or just . .. walt - what IS Eric Elkin
ELEVENTH GRADE: WAITING FOR THE TOP SPOT.' Sherryl Beloff Philip Grymes Seth Koplin Kart Palmer
Beth Chalkley Travis Hampton
Liz Muldowney Mike Pearce
Bob Co.by John Janha Le.lle Muldowney Paul Pontynen
Debbie Gold.tone Brad Kirby Matt Nuckol. Shehwar Qure.hl
Nicole Greene Joanne Konstantlnakos
Harrl.on Neal Jay VanAusdall
Philip Gryme., Shehwar Qureshi and Leslie Muldown. (with Edmund Rhoad.) , below.
fhe many faces of the Sophomores: Bob Cosby and Seth Koplin laughing at one of Seth's :omments, Beth Chalkley being shy, Jay VanAusdall trying to figure out what everyone else is aughing about, and Paul Pontynen being quiet and thoughtful.
SHEA ANDERSON Vice-President of Student Council, 12_ Photography Club, 11 , 12_ Lower School Aide, 11, 12. Model United Nations, 10, 11 , 12. Distinguished delegate, 10; Best Delegate, 11, 12; Best Delegation, 12. Yearbook staff, 12. Junior Marshall, 1988. Field Hockey, 11 , 12. AllStar Team, 12. Most Improved Player, 12. Varsity Basketball Manager, 10. Stage Crew, "Annie Get Your Gun," 10. Player, "Making A Killing, " 10. Stage Crew, " Rats," "Mixed Nuts," 11 . Player, "South Pacific," 11. Player, "Actor's Nightmare," 12. AIFS exchange student, Paraguay, 1988. Volunteer, Valentine Museum, 1988-1989. Hi ya'll ... The private school ... ODUMUN . .. Suicidal ducks .. . smoke alarms . . . Nicknames ... Paraguay . . . Bavaria cerbeza .. . Paraguayan friend, customs . .. Alex .. . Studying at my house . . . work , work ... Rach and I ... parties ... hockey .. . Beach Week 路 . . the Lounge . . . money . .. I need some . . . lovely Carey .. . Road Trips .. . Radford, W&M, St. Mary's . . . are you active? .. . going dancing with Heather . .. "Hey Hick, you ok?" ... Guess not 路 .. Paul .. . growing space ... Pablo, I'll cheer you up .. . EKP ... preparations making me laugh ... camping ... lunatics ... tradition 路 .. Godwin pals ... PGP, you have it . . . It's over . .. Thanks, Liz, Scot, Paul, Katie, Jay , Carey, Heather, Chris, Alex, all my friends, Rach and Mom - I love you all ... That's all. "If you want peace, work for justice." " Thank you my friends for standing by me on the cloudy days." Equal rights for men and WOMENI
BENJAMIN COLONNA BANKS Debate Club, 11. Model United Nations, 10, II, 12. SocIety of ColonIal Wars Book Award, 11. Junior VarSity Cross Country, 9 . Manager, Cross Country, 10, 11. Manager, Spring Track, 9. University of Richmond Mock TrIal Jury, 12. John Marshall Mock Trial, 11. Ed's song of the day . .. David and his brother . .. You have to get a Volvo? ... Rick Springfield ... Mr. Imirie's humor ... Mental telepathy .. . Beach Week 1987 . . . You come down go swimming? . . . Mr. Raper's drIving reports . .. Look! A protest! .. . John McKay's check system . . . The jog around Byrd track ... Seventh period Rambo .. . Red Rime .. . Hey, guess what I heard John did .. . It's my fault . . . Someone's nose is whistling ... Are you joggIng? . .. There's a hole in your sweater, yes there is ... externals ... And Sarah laughed ... internals . . . because all the men did . . . The whiffle ball bat ... John and Ross' bonfire ... Ed's car alarm ... DIY ... Mindy and Beth . . . the Yes concert ... RIta ChIclta ... Why did we go through all this, Ed? ... The Bunson family ... The Bag ... The Steward speed limit ... You rewrote the Biblel? ... D-evolution . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad.
DA VIN BICKEL " Best Use of Color" Art Award, VCU Art Show, 11. Art Award, Fine Arts Department, Steward, 12. Landscape Improvement Committee, 11. University of Richmond Mock Trial Ju路 ry , 12. Drama Set Design, 10, 11 , 12. " Fare me well now, let your life proceed by its own design ." " Nothing to tell now Let the words be yours, I am done with mine." Grateful Dead " You pick the place I'll choose the time And I'll climb the hill In my own way." Roger Waters
I HEIDI SCOTT BlRATH Field Hockey, 9. University of Richmond Mock Trial Jury, 12. Set design, 12. Richmond area Equestrian Championships, 1985, 1986, 1987. Third Place, Virginia State Equestrian Championships, 1988. Qualified for two United States Equestrian Championships, 1989. Grateful Dead lunches in the Senior Lounge ... I remember Bill! ... Did you win your horserace? 路 . . Spring Break ... Strawberry Hills ... Rockitz 路 .. Is that where I was? . .. Terry's 7th grade God hotline ... Circles, circles . .. everything relates, Ed! ... Can you make the connection? ... I think I'll wreck ... Horse shows during Spring Breaks 路 .. oh, well . . . Did you know you were an Olympic hopeful?! ... I am?! ... Kevin's 3-sided pencil 路 .. Reggae ... Spanish tapes . . . !que lata!!, just kid din ' ... locker jam .. . Harrisburg ... Art " class" ... Who was that NY artist? ... Thanks, Mom, I couldn't have done it without you .. . Really! "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." John Lennon " ... sooner or later you got to face the big light." Elvis Costello
I KEVIN BOND BRADLEY
Junior Varsity Basketball, 9. VCU Basketball Camp, 10. Most Improved Player, 10, 11. Co路captaIn of Basketball team, 11. Cross Country, 9. Most Improved Cross Country Runner, 9. University of Richmond Mock Trial Jury , 12. " Many times I've wondered how much there is to know." Led Zeppelin "What a long, strange trip it's been." Grateful Dead "Let there be songs to fill the air." Grateful Dead
MATTHEW TEAL ELLIS
SEAN CHRISTOPHER FRANZESE Advertising Manager, 1986-87 Corinthian; Outstanding Sales Award, 10_ Library Aide, 10, 11. Set Construction, 12. Notice Board. Thanks, Mom and Dad. "Leaves are falling all around. Time I was on my way; Thanks to you I'm much obliged For such a pleasant stay, But it's time for me to go. One thing I gotta do: Ramble on." Led Zeppelin
Randolph Perrin Crymes Debate Club, 9. Cross Country Runner, 9, 10, Track, 10. Basketball Team, 9 , 10, 11 , 12. Stage Crew, 10, 11 , 12. Drama Player, "Rats," " Mixed Nuts," "South Pacific," 10, 11. Set Construction, 10, 11, 12. Honor Council, 11, 12. United Way Volunteer, 12. "Don't believe the Devil I don't believe the Book, But the truth is not the same Without the lies He made up . I don't believe in excess; Success Is to give. I don 't believe in riches, But you should see where I live. I - I believe in Love." U2 " There are many here among us Who feel that life is but a joke." Jimi Hendrix
" Once we lose ourselves, we Ironically find our true selves." Pete Townshend " Can there be no peace, and I find Myself just wishin' that My life would simply cease." Stephen Stills " We thought we had the answer right, but it was the questions we had wrong." U2
JO EL DO NA LD HA GM AN Model United Nations , 10. Track, 9. JV Basketball, 10, MIP. , Varsity Basketball, 11. JV Soccer, 6, 7, 8. Most Improved Award Stunt· 11. 10, 9, Soccer Indoor 12. 11, 10, 9, JV. Varsity Soccer, Talent Ms. Stewar d Pagean t, 11. Drama Player in "Godspell," "Space Pandas ," "Annie Get Your Gun ," "South Pacific, " Director's Choice Award, 11 , for " South Pacific. " Guns·n·Roses . . . Sweet Child 0 ' Mine . .. Welcome to the jungle · .. Red, Red Wine ... Mary, Mary ... Pour some sugar on me . . . Be Happy ... Rusty and Rocknxs . . . Skeemln' . .. Ukrops .. . Shane's Jeep ... David's RX7 ... Bennigan's ... Joel , someon e really likes you! ... August 28, '88 at King's Dominion ... Never ending LOVE .. . LESLIE GILLIS ... "No more skeemin ' for you" · .. " I'm dating a vampire " ... Boyd, you're a dumb boy ... BUl's Banana .. . " Let's trade cars for the night" ... Chick Deese . .. can I get into KD on JT's season pass? ... Yo, Paul! .. . David L. and his license . .. the River .. . Night Crew at Ukrops . .. You 're In Ukrops , baby, you're going to die . .. Goophy ... Larry, we don't need bird sounds . .. My skin itches! ... Rollin' cars In the rain . .. Corey·ography . .. Leslie wants a candy apple red 300zx · .. T·top ... Turbo ... Bumper cars . .. Quack, quack ... Thtrith · .. Keith, you're too loud ... Leslie and I . . . Pizza Man . . . Billy, .. . 8 rolls of toilet paper on my car? .. . Joel, Leslie couldn' t find reverse ... Tom told me to wash the bathroom walls . .. surgery before Leslie's birthday ... Dave's Is your knee pinned? . . . NO ... Well , there goes the Soccer season Kreme .. . playing quarter s with Dad ... 18th wedding on the day of Godwin 's Homecoming ... later night Krispy and Dad . . . That's all . Mom , Thanks birthday - balloons - engage d . . . Mr. Brownstone ...
CAREY PORTER HICKERSON Girls' Ensemble, 9 . Track, 9 . Tennis, 9, 10. Girls' Basketball, 6, 7, 8, 9. Field Hockey, 9 , 10, 11, 12. All路Star Team, 10, 12. All-Tournament Team, 12. Captain, 12. Most Improved Player, 10. Most Valuable Player, 12. Drama Player in " Charlie Brown," 8, "Revenge of the Space Pandas," 9. President, Applied Economics Student Company, 12. Katie, I think I'm going to be sick! . . . Beach Week .. . Suicidal tendencies .. . the Ramada Inn ... My Summer With Corey . . . PFST ... Oh, Well ... Are we getting to know each other? ... Zoids . . . Fast Eddie's ... Stay together .. . Quit your complainin' .. . I'm watchln ' TV . . . PFST, liar ... uskaroo u .. . cassanova ... Erin ... Rich ... dreams do come true .. . glow, little glow worm . . . come on now ... Jimmy Buffett ... sure ... carrots and dip . .. Sol and lime ... check it out ... hub caps . .. reflector lights ... the limo and dinner ... frat parties ... What's that smell!? . . . Carrie's got the 'roids ... Owen and Mayo ... Under the boardwalk ... the boys, the girls ... no T-shirts . .. No sweatshirts ... Field Hockeyl ... Davin and who!? ... polson ivy . .. Joanne, Debbie, Ashley, Johnny, Randolph . . . if this is torture, chain me to the walls! Thanks, Mom and Dad!
GRAHAM TAYLOR HICKERSON Model United Nations, 10, 11. JV Soccer, 7. Varsity 8, 9, 10, 11 , 12. All-Conference Team, 11 , 12. Tennis, 11. Track, 9 , 10. StuntTalent 10, 11. Drama Player, " Charlie Brown," 8.
WILLIAM CONRAD KANE, .rR. Model United Nations, 10, 11. Student Council Class Representative, 9, 12. Yearbook, 12. Honors List, 9, 10, 11 , 12. Scholarship Award, 12. History Award, 12. Science Award, 12. James Wilson Trainor Award, 12. Jefferson Book Award, 11. JV Soccer 6,7,8. Varsity Soccer 9,10,11 . JV Basketball 9, 10. Varsity Basketball 11 , 12. Track, 9. Indoor Soccer 9,10, 11. University of Richmond Mock Trial Jury, 12. Keystone Science School, 11. Europe trip , 12. Stekon R61<icado .. . March 13, 1988 . . . I.L.A.K. . .. H.F.Y. ... 13 years ... B.F.D . ... What has unlimited potential, but wastes it by being selfish and Insensitive to everyone and everything around it? ... Don't know the answer? ... How about a hint? ... What is willing to demoralize and chide others of its own kind to make themselves supposedly feel better? . .. Well, If you don't know by now you must be one of the ones who is unaware of the environment around them .. . If you don't believe me open your eyes; I guarantee you the destruction and injustice around you will greatly outweigh the lasting beneficial contributions. Answer: Human Beings.
CARL JOHN KNORR III Model United Nations 11. Yearbook, 10. Student Council Class Representative 10, 11 , 12. Student Council Secretary, 11 . Student Council President, 12. Headmaster's Award, 12. Varsity Soccer 9, 10, 11. Indoor Soccer 9, 10.
I EDWARD THORNTON MARTIN Debate Club. 9. University of Richmond Mock Trial Jury 12 John Marshall Mock Trial. 11. Drama: Set Construction 10.
"Oh. Yeah - dit dots ... I have some on a disc . . . 2 or 3 of them . . . should I work on them?" Ed Martin 8/22 / 89
IKEVIN DWIGHT MILLER Varsity Soccer 10, 11. Indoor Soccer, 10. Set design and set construction 10, 11 , 12. Special Award of Recognition, for design of Steward Fine Arts Logo, 11. Fine Arts Department Award , Most Innovative Artist, 11. Cross United States train trip with Steward students, 11 .
Class of 89.9, actually ... Why? ... I'm lethargic ... As Liz said, "If mediocrity was high in calories, we'd all be obese! " . . . The IMAGINATION is more important than knowledge.
Thanks to ... the metaphysical world reality Liz/ Love Nearly the entire Senior Class a few Juniors a few Sophomores YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE ... Mr. Cramer Mrs. Brandt Mr. Ostrow Mr. Magnus-Sharpe Mrs. Meyer and Special Thanks to MRS. PAULETTE Someone read FLAMING CARROT! ... humor .
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MATTHEW FORREST MONTGOMERY Debate Club, 9. Model United Nations, 11, 12. Stunt-Talent Night 9, 10, 11. Photography Club, 10. Drama Stage Crew, 9. Set Construction, 9, 11 . Disc Jockey for Middle School Dance, 11, 12.
DAWN RENEE MOSS Field Hockey 11, 12. Varsity Basketball, Girls', 11, 12. All路Star All路 Conference Team, 12. Scored 49 points In 47路45 win over SI. Mar路 garet's. Most Valuable Player, Girls' Basketball, 12. Tennis, 11, 12. Stephen Danlle Pless Award, 12.
LYNN PROAKIS Drama Player, "Revenge of the Space Pandas," 9. Set Construction, 9, 12. Yearbook, 9. Manager, Junior Basketball, 11. Volunteer work: Candy striper, 9. Science Museum, 11.
The best kept secrets ... my 16th birthday ... Kieran, where's the strawberries? ... My big brothers Robert ... Ross .. . Kieran ... Scott ... The hot tub ... the gUilt trIps .. . the back roads ... thanks to the one person who knew me the best ... the goal setter . . . the complIments never given to my face .. . Johnny's thinking he Is better than all gIrls . .. the tutoring after school ... where's the champaigne? . . . the RIver!!! ... Strange beeper hours!!! ... the one emergency!!! . . . NIcole, HELP! . .. Jenn, helpll! . .. Thanks, Mrs. Peery ... Thanks, Mom and Dad for the love and support.
KATHERINE ANNE SEITZ Mod el United Nations 10, 11 , 12. Yearbook, 12. Honors List , 1l. Artistic Contribution to Theater Award , 1l. VCU Art Show II, 12 . Governor's Art Show, 11. University of Richmond Higher Art Show, 12 . Steward Representative to United Way, 12. University of Richmond Leadership Conference, 12. University of Richmond Mock Trial Jury , 11. Student Applied Economics Company Vice-President , 12. President, TSSMUNS, 12. Vice-President TSSMUNS, 1l. Teacher at Richmond Cerebral Palsy Center summers. Varsity Basketball, Girls', 10. Field Hockey, 10, 1l.
"If your parents let you do something this year that they didn't last year, it means they think you 're growing up_ " Mr . Rogers
NICOLE TAYLOR YeZlirbook, 10. Set construction for Lower School Play, 12 . Set construction for "South
Pacinc, " 11. Library aide, 11, 12. Notice Board, 12.
MARGARET ASHLEY WILSON Field Hockey 10, 11, 12. Manager, Girls' Basketball, 11. Tennis, 9, 10, 11 , 12. Most Valuable Player, 10. Most Improved Player, 11. Volunteer at St. Mary 's Hospital.
AFTER YEARS OF DEDICATION . ..
FIND the right outfit. Sweat through Senior exams . Invite fam Uy and special friends . Plan the party. Graduation -
can It really be here at
last?1 Today!?! How can the day go so slowly, be so ordinary? Arrive at school In the dress or tux . Individual pictures are taken. Many hugs , good wishes from friends, family , teachers. Music? Th e processional! It's time! A benediction, Mr . Cramer speaking - It's hard to concentrate on the words! Eddy Daldon giving her address, talking to us , speaking very well and not too long . . . Randolph speaking for us ..
songs from the Choir ... Beth Chalkley and Shehwar Qureshi, Junior Marshalls, dreaming of next year . .. where DO the tears come from? We 're GLAD to move on , aren't we? Then why do we feel a nagging, tiny sadness? We will miss Steward. know we will return to visit and find It different, feel just a little scared of the unknown future, of leaving Steward's warmth and support for a big cold, unfamiliar campus. We can handle It - we've GRADUATED!
LOOK AT THOSE SENIORS, graduating, smiling, grinning, full of an excitement the rest of us won't know until our graduation day . The procession, the girls In long white dresses - we will wear formal attire one day. cammg Into
the gym . .. Liz Brown and Dawn Moss, Ashley Wilson and Katie Anderson leading their classmates down the aisle to their seats. John Knorr looks comfortable In his tux , receiving his Headmaster 's Awardl They rise , line up to go on stage and receive their diplomas _ __ what excitement they must feel , what delightl There goes Graham, Hickerson to
stand with Kevin Bradley , Matt Ellis, Randolph Grymes and John Knorr . _ . It's over! They have graduated! They are
leaving with huge grins: Kevin Bradley, Matt Ellis, Matt Montgomery, Ben Banks, John Knorr, Joel Hagman, Gra-
ham Hickerson, Davin Bickel, then girls, led by Katie Seltz . Good luck, Cia .. of '89!
GRADUATION AWARDS, 1988-89 english . . .. . . . , .• .. .. . . • . .... Shehwar Qureshi :rench . . .. .. .... . .. . ... ..... Care y Hickerson
i lstory . . . . . .• .• .. . .• . . ... William Kane, Jr. .atin . . . . ..... . , ... . , . . .. . .. Edmund Rhoads ~athem.tlc s .. . .. , . , .. , . , . . . .. Robert Cosby III
Society of Colonial Wars .. ___ . _ . Shehwar Qureshi University of Richmond
Book Award .. _. ... Matthew Lord Jefferson Scholar . . . _ . Shehwar Qureshi
;cience . . . ... . . ... . .. • . ... . . . William Kane, Jr.
Alumni Award .. . . ... Katherine Anderson
;panlsh . ... . .. . , . . ... . . . lut .... . . . . ....... . ... .. )rama . . .. . . . .. ' .E.. .. . . _ . _ . . . .. .... . ..
Stephen Daniel Pless Award ........ . . . Dawn Moss
. . .. Heidi Birath . ... D. vln Bickel .. . . Cindy Mathews . . _ . David Sullivan
James Wilson Trainor
Award ........ . . . William Kane , J r. H eadmaster 's Award . . John Knorr III
Dixon Award . . ... . . . Shehw.r Qureshi
seasons are fall , winter and spring, hard work ar, time! Distance runs, sprints, suicides - sometimes we wonder w we are doing these things to ourselves! Then the team corr together, friends become close friends , we travel together, pi together, win or lose together. )t's fun, after all! Spartan spir We've got itl
CONSTANT SPEED AND ACTION!
d Kirby. Jimmy Benson. Mike Boston , Jack Evans, D e Sutherlin, Tony Crowder , Brian Mitchell, Mark Metzger, Scott Hartzler, Coach Coddington. Speed and :k feet are required to play indoor soccer. and plenty of endurance Is a must! The players in the best condition dominate the floor and the goals. The team will
s the winner of the llO% Award, Brian Mitchell, whose family Is moving to Holland. MVP Mike Boston and his teammates played well all season aga inst much ler squads.
VARSITY SOCCER ... SERIOUS? BELIEVE IT!
THE TEAM - Coach Coddington, Mason Seay , James Buls ,
Brad Kirby, Jimmy Benson, Jack Evans,
Matt Lord, Josh Silverman, Thomas Galvin, Tony Crowder. Mark Metzger ,
Philip Grymes, Mike Boston, Doug Hin-
ckley , Jonathan Slaydon, Cab Briggs. Above left: Philip Grymes demonstrates the saying that any save Is a good save. Jimmy Benson controls the ball, takes it toward the goal. Jack Evans prepares to drive.
UNIOR VARSITY SOCCER ...
LEARNING THE SKILLS
IE TEAM :lch Jones, Mi,ei Malarkey,
wls Coll ier , lip Doss, Chris 1erlund, ThornCooper, Brian ~ckman ,
gain, Frank Icrina, Chr is lydon, Patrick ~ yer. Brian
tchell , Chad mpeau , Tara I rner I Jim
hnell. Nathan :Bardeleben ,
Ball handling skills are worked on by Chris Setterlund, Chad Campeau and Jim Schnell. The team gathered for a casual team shot after the Athletic Awards assembly . Elvin Ridley was MVP . The Middle School team is strong, and promises great Varsity seasons! Tara Garner, the only girl gutsy enough to come out for soccer, started most games and played tough! 71
Ashley Wilson pressures an opponent .
Ca rey H ickerson prepares to drive for a goal.
Back: Charlotte Tate, Jer fer Onks, Sherryl Beloff, (; ny Chalkley, Katie Anders. Canie Meyer, Joanne K, stantinakos, Coach Jar Rice . Front: Mary HarVl Nold e, Laura Krumbein, A
ley Wilson , Dawn Mo, Carey Hickerson , Heatt Teachey, Sara Braxton.
VARSITY BASKETBALL ... GREAT COACH, GUTSY GUYS!
h Cain (above, left top) 15 a great coach, everyone agrees. We wOI miss him next year. as he moves on to be an referee! The small team gave their all for the coach and school, and played a tough season: with almost no subs,
,layers had to run and fight all 4 quartersl Randolph Grymes, Seth Koplin, Most Improved Player Harrison Neal, "IVP John Janha were helped out by Philip Grymes, Sob Cosby and SUI Kane .
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ... HIGH ACADEMIC AVERAGE, T04
With more Honor's List members than the normal team, the JV Basketball squad not only improved steadily during the year. but was quick to pick up new pi and strategies! They had fun, too, as John Cabell Chenault demonstrates (top, left), along with more serious moments. Josh Silverman, top right, prepareJ shoot free throws, while Coach Jones waits nervously. Members of the team, from the top row: James Buls, Cassel Adamson, Joe Viiseck, Joel Padow, J. Cabell Chenault, David Burnstine. Also Erik Hausmann, Josh Silverman, Lee Kallman and Edmund Rhoads. Joel Padow was Most Improved Player.
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL ,,'
"JUNIORS" WERE HOT!
The biggest sports news at Steward during basketball season came with the dynamic new coach, Coach Houston, and his dynamite team, The team started well, and improved all season. They had style!
THE TEAM - Michael Ma路 larkey, Chris Bowles, Elvin Ridley, Chris Sharp , Jim Schnell. Frazer Orgain, Brian
Kreckman, Chris Setterlund, Lewis Collier, Chris Slaydon, Brian Mitchell, Cabb Briggs, Jack Goshorn, David Moeser,
Patrick Meyer, Chad Campeau, and Managers
Graham Hickerson and Emily Wilkerson. Assistant Coach was Mr . Sharp.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL ... 6th-12th GRADERS AND DAWN MOSS The Girls' Basketball team was small but mighty, with some super play by 6th grader Tara Garner, 7th grader Charlotte Tate, 8th grader Jamie Brock and Cathy Leitch helping out Sophomores Laura Linhart, Anne Scott and Senior Dawn Moss. The team, below: Charlotte Tate, Anne Scott, Laura Linhart, Cathy Leitch, Tara Garner, Coach Rice; Dawn Moss and Jamie Brock hold the ball.
Shown at the Athletic Awards assembly is the teal with Ginny Chalkley, missing above, and Manage Carrie Meyer, April Grant and Cindy Mathews. The b story -
and It was nation-wide, was Dawn Moss. 51
scored 49 points \n a game Steward won with a score
47-45! After making all of Steward', points in re ulation play, the refs lined up the jump wrong overtlme , Dawn won the tip and scored - 2 for d other teaml She then sank 2 buckets to win the gam
"USA Today" wrote a feature story on Dawn's u believable game!
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Harlan Flippen, Dorothy Spencer, Beth Chalkley, Michelle Anderson, Jodi Levine, Ginny Chalkley, Kate Porter.
JV CHEERLEADERS -
Cheryl Mayers, Meggle Tronfeld, Jessica
Blumberg, Shara Buxton, Adrienne Duke, Monica Kallman. The cheerleaders all worked unbelievably hard to perfect their rou路 tines! Miss Downey (above) sponsored Varsity . and Mrs. Dalley and parent volunteer Mrs. Whitten gave their support to the JV
TENNIS '89 Virginia Commonwealth Conference co·CHAMPIONS were the Steward boys' team! Led by undefeated Erik deVries,
John Cabell Chenault and Mike Boston, Cab Briggs, Stuart Katz and Jimmy Benson had a super season! The young girls'
team played well, alsol Pictured: Jennifer Onks, Ginny Chal· kley, Coach Brandon Carrey, J im, Mike, JC and Cab; also Delaney Turnage, Mary Harvard Nolde, Cathy Cooper, Stuart, Erik and Cheryl Mayers. N icole Greene is not pictured .
The Best? Believe it!
STUDENT-FACULTY TENNIS TOURNAMENT The Second Annual Steward Student.Faculty Tennis Tournament look place In the spring, Seth Koplin, below left. began the tourney with his usual self-confidence! He and Kotie Anderson, however, found the tough competition too much, tlnd coUapsed on the court! DilIvtn Bickel, right, was all concentration ... his partner was Mrs. Teena Anderson, and they were a great team. Mr. Ostrow and D2Iwn Moss meet Philip Grymes at the net before ill match (bottom leftl. and Mr. 0', outfit was 50 stylish that he should work on making his game good enough to go with It! Falsal Qureshi, Mason Suy and Shehwar Qureshi enjoyed resting most of alll There was a water fight between the Qureshis! Winners of the Tourna ment were Mike Boston and Jennifer Onks.
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Shehwar Qureshi had to wear a furry hat on Rent-A-Junior Day, and Seth KopUn had to act as a doormat. Bob Cosby was allowed the privilege of entertaining the student body with a special presentation .
Matt Lord cooks breakfast on slage for Mr. Imlrle, dazzling everyone with his do路
mestlc talents. The bacon smelled great during assembly and everyone but Mr. Imlrle went to first pe路
rlod class hungry!
Once 8 year the Junior Clan gets to auction off their talents (or lack of talents) to other students, teachers and admlnl.tratlon. They go
through this particular form of torture so that Ihey can treat the Seniors to a dinner party. ThIs year's party was allh. beautlful John Marshall Holel In downlown Richmond. After a day of degradation, Uke Harrison Neal, left, calchlng food In hi. mouth from PhiUp Gryme., the Juniors dre .. In Ihelr flnesl clothes for a fancy dre.. evening. The Seniors enjoy It tremendously. and spend part of the evening remembering the things they had to do the year before. II', all worth It when YOU become a Senlorl The georgeous bimbo above Is really Mike Pearce!
Sherryl Belaff, left, wore a stunning outfit and modeled it at assembly on Rent-a-
Junior Day. Debbie Goldstone, below, finally had all the gum she could chew, thanks to her purchaser Diehnee Gagnon. Mrs. Gagnon stuffed Debbie with
several packages of Big League Chew, slowly but surely filling Debbie's mouth.
John Janha, the true King of the Roller Derby, skated through Rent-a路Junior assembly morning . Mrs. Shelby Rogers was a Junior Class sponsor, and so was lucky enough to be auctioned also. She sang La Cucaracha for the student body . Brad Kirby , below, was purchased
by Matt Ellis, who clearly enjoyed watching Brad read a poem In his child outfit.
The true feelings of mosl juniors were expressed by Beth Chalkley (right) . She gave her opinion of the outfits, prank s. silly acts and the whole day. But she had plans for NEXT year's Juniors.
A WARDS ...
H01VORS L IST AND ATHLETICS
HONORS LIST Marking Period 5 Hope Crosby (6) Cheryl Mayers (6)
Aaron Reese (7)
Jamie Brock (8) Stuart Katz (8) Ginny Chalkley (9) Mlng Dodson (9) April Grant (9) Scott Hartzler (9) Falsel Qureshi (9) David Sullivan (9) John Cabell Chenault (10) Carrie Meyer (10) Edmund Rhoads (10) Joshua Silverman (10) Beth Chalkley (11) Shehwar Qureshi (11) Bill Kane (12) John Knorr (12)
Hope Crosby Cheryl Mayers Nathan DeBardeleben (6) David Moeser (6) Meggle Tronfeld (6)
Cheryl Mayers Nathan DeBardeleben David Moeser Meggle Tronfeld
Jason Harr (7) Doug Jones (7) Elvin Ridley (7) Jim Schnell (7)
Stuart Katz Ginny Chalkley April Grant Scott Hartzler fa isel Qureshi
Jessica Blumberg (7)
Shara Buxton (7) Elvin Ridley Jim Schnell Jamie Brock Stuart Katz
Ginny Chalkley Mlng Dodson April Grant Scott Hartzler False! Qweshi
Joseph Vilseck (9)
Edmund Rhoads Joshua Silverman
Shehwar Qureshi Bill Kane
Edmund Rhoads Joshua Silverman Matt Lord(ll) Shehwar Qureshi Bill Kane
Varsity Soccer 110% - Brad Kirby MVP - Philip Grymes Reid Hockey MIP - Katie Anderson MVP - Carey Hickerson Varsity Basketball MIP - Harrison Neal MVP - John Janha Boys' Tennis MIP - Cab Briggs MVP - Erik deVrles
Indoor Soccer 110% - Brian Mitchell MVP - Mike Boston Girls' Basketball MIP - Tara Garner MVP - Dawn Moss J.v . Basketball MIP - Joel Padow
Middle School Soccer MIP - Elvin Ridley Girls' Tennis MIP - Cheryl Mayers MVP - Jennifer Onks
Middle School Cheerleaders Most Enthusiastic -
Outstanding Leadership Shehwar Qureshi Beth Chalkley
Middle School Basketball MIP - Chris Sharpe
All-Sports Awards Coaches Award - jennifer Onks, Mike Boston 110% Award - Philip Crymes Coaches Award - Dawn Moss
E s. â€˘ SPARTANS SURVEYED! LOWER SCHOOL FAVORITES IN '88/'89:
Everyone knows comfortable shoes make everything nicer, including school activities, but what is " hot" and what is not is a big concern! No one wants to wear uncool shoes in the Lower School, so the Corinthian staff did a sneak survey of the in styles to find out what the "Joe Cool" students wear. The results? For costumes (above left) boots were big, as shown by strongman Gordon Smith, of the 4th Grade . Judson Wilton, Kindergarten style setter, goes for the looselyÂˇtied sneaker, greatly improved by scuffing them up! Brand new shoes were " out" in Lower School! Other kindergarten styles were similar, with an emphasis on flexible soles - who wants stiff, unbending shoes? (For elves , moccasins were just right!) Not too much shoe should show beneath baggy pant legs (a hot style fo r sure) , or if you were the Dough Boy, there was no need to let any shoe show! Best of all , for many, was just slipping shoes off and going barefoot!
MIDDLE AND UPPER SCHOOL STYLES FOR
'ERE CASUAL, COMFORTABLE, PRACTICAL . .. SHARA Buxton has little interest in the sneakers worn by the guys in her class, but they are the standard style for Upper and Middle School guys. To bum around and look good, shoes with soft soles were in. Brendan Daltry and Mr. Cramer wear crepe soles, but Mr. Imirie hides his sneakers! Sherry I Beloff and Delaney Turnage like flats, with or without the popular ankle socks. Another big favorite, worn by Chris Slaydon, Docksiders look casual but can be worn just about any路 where. Lower Schoolers weren't the only ones with loosely laced sneakers, as this new and clean pair show . .. this pair is worn by a guy with size 12 feet! Girls went in for running shoes or sneakers ... the leg, far left bottom , belongs to a 9th Grader who wishes to remain anonymous! Mike Pearce's combat boots were his personal favorite , but not too popular in general. (Lots of skinheads like them too!) Athletes like Ginny Chalkley and the boys' soccer team wear the required cleats, which also came in many variations. Black cleats were in for guys and girls. Totally out of it for students at Steward were high heels for girls and dressy, hard-soled shoes for guys. Some of the Senior guys had to buy dress shoes for graduation - they didn't own any! Several of the Senior girls grumbled about trying to walk in heels, since they so rarely wear them!
MODEL UNITED N ATIONS
Steward delegates agreed this was the best Model United Nations year yet for Steward, and Old Dominion University agreed: 6 awards went to Steward students. Shehwar Qureshi, Katie Anderson , Ming Dodson and Carrie Meyer shared the individual and delegation awards , for work in the Historical Security Council and the Economic and Social Council. Mary Harvard Nolde and Charlotte Tate went along as pages, and did a fine job. The National High School MUN In New York City was attended by Steward students for the first time. Lee Kallman . Edmund Rhoads and Anne Scott are shown riding the subway, Kalie Anderson, Leslie Muldowney, Mlng Dodson and Matt
Lord enjoyed the st reets of the city. Joanne Konstantlnakos, at ODU, spent most of one night preparing and rehearsing her speech. Ming Dodson's hat was his trademark. Mrs. PhylliS Silverman , Josh 's mom, went along to help Mrs. Meyer keep everyone organized.
ODU and NYC
UNBELIEVABLY FINE ARTS! FINE ARTS BANQUET The highlight of the year for fine arts students is the fancy dress banquet In May , but they have
fun all year long! Mr. Imlrle and Mrs. Paulette Invented "stick people" on a field trip (right) . Lael Meem looked pensive during award giving. Below left, l!It the banquet, are Mrs. Paulette, Davin
Bickel, Carrie Meyer, Kevin M!Iler, Beth Chalkley and Thomas Galvin. Awards given for '88-89: ART AWARDS Most Innovative Artist . . .. ...... . ... . .. .. . . Davin Bickel, Upper
Jamie Brock, Middle . Heidi Blrath, Upper Chris Mullins, Middle . _ . • _. __ •. • _ . _ .. Katie Seltz, Upper Best Use of Color ... Tom Atkinson, Middle . . •. . . _Beth Chalkley, Sculpture Best Use of Medium ... _ , . , . Katie Seltz, Scrub brush Chris Sutterlund, Middle Most Promising Newcomer .... ....... .
Perseverance to a Project . ... , .......... . ... Carrie Meyer, Upper
Marshall Jamerson, Middle ... . . _Heidi Birath . ... _Beth Chalkley
Most Accomplished Artist _ . Artistic Contribution to Theater Artistic Enthusiasm . .
. ........ .
... Thomas GalVin, Upper
Cab Briggs, Middle THEATRE AWARDS Best Actor or Actress \n a Minor Role ........ . , . ................. Bob Cosby , King Sextimus
Once Upon A Mattress . ... . .... .... .. Edmund Rhoads, Stage Manager Once Upon A Mattress
Best Technician ..
Best Actor In a
. Matt Lord, Jester Once Upon A Mattress
Best Actress in a
_ ... _ . . .... _ . _Cindy Matthews, Sarah Siddons
An Actor's Nightmare , and Carrie Meyer, Lady Larken
Once Upon A Mattress (tie) Best Actor or Actress In a
.... _ ........ Edmund Rhoads, George Spelvln
Leading Role ... . . . . .
An Actor's Nightmare
DIRECTOR'S CHOICE AWARD Presented to the actor and actress who worked hard In a production, showed true dramatic spirit, gave the director support, and deserve recognition for their desire to perform.
Actor _ .... Michael Malarkey Actress . _ .. Beth Chalkley Best Female Vocalist
Best Male Vocalist Best Supporting Vocalist . . Most Improved Vocalist . . .
Most Promising Middle School Vocalist .
MUSIC AWARDS .... ___ . . .. .. _Beth Chalkley ..... . ... . .. . Thomas Galvin
.. . _ . Cindy Matthews . . Harlan Flippen
. ... . .... .. . . . _ .. Cheryl Mayers FINE ARTS AWARD Thomas Galvin
A nearly empty stage centered at路 tention on the actors 01 Echo . Heather Teachey and Matt Lord converse over a meal . The characters included Harold (Matt), his wile (Heather) , MyseUand I.
ECHO CAST M~lf
. Thomas Galvin
. Lee Kallman
Edmund Rhoads drops his pants In Nightmare. Lael Meem works the light board for A Night of Three.
AN ACTO R'S NIGHTMAR E
HAPPfLY NEVER AFTER
Edmund Rhoads Meg
Anderson Sarah Skldons ..
Counse:lor Mr. Scribe Prince Charming
Onderella Stepsister 1 StepsIster 2 Stepmother Prince Ling .
Sleeping Beauty .
Pond Pr incess Frog Prince Snow White
Aaron Reese Forresl Perrin
Doug Jones Shara Buxton . Kuey Hampton
. Tara GMdner . Jessica Blumb拢rg Chad Campeau Meggle Tronfeld Gab! Binder
Ben Swift Joyce Cooper
andy Matthe ..... s Ellen Terry . Carrie Meyer Henry Ir Ying Michael PellTce
ONCE UPOiV A MATTRESS CAST Dauntless. . . .
. ........ . .•. . ....•. . .... Thomas Galvin
Winnl[red ......... ... .. . ... . .....• . .•...... Beth Chalkley Queen Aggravain ...... . . . .. . . . . . . . .......... Cindy Mathews
Minstrel . . . . . . ........•....•.•. . .... Michael Malarkey . . .. J. C. Chenault Sir Harry . . . . . . . . . . • . . .. . . . .. . . . . . Lady Larken . . .•.. •. . .• ..• . . . ... Carrie Meyer Jester . . . . . ... . . .. ...•........ Matt Lord Wizard . . . . . . .. .. . . . .. . John Harler King Sextlmus the Silent .. .... . . . .. . ... . . . Bob Cosby Princess #12 .. . .... . . . ............. . . . . . . . Ginny Chalkley Lady Rowena . .
. . ...... , . .
. ... Sara Braxton
Sir Studley . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . .. . . •.• .. . ... Doug Jones Lady Lucille . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... Dorothy Spencer Lady Gwen ... . . .....•.. . .... . . . ..... Monica Kallman Lady Mabelle ........... .. ............... . .. Delaney Turnage Page Boy to the Queen .....•.... . ... Patrick Meyer
The "Spanish Panic" was hilarious. Thomas Galvin holds hands with Beth Chalkley, who Is also shown as strong, energetic "FRED." The Queen, Cindy Matthews, dom· inated Dauntless ttll the end.
UPPER SCHOOL CHOIR
Below left: Harlan Flippen, Ginny Chalkley, Jennifer Glazier , Cassel Adamson , Dorothy Spencer, John Harler, David Sullivan, Kate Porter. Emily Wilkerson .
When our hll,lonte fun person Mrs. Paul"tte lelt for surgery. Miss Joan Phipps fi lled In
She was great, though we missed "Ru!"
'Bye , seniors Katie Seltz, Kevin Miller, Davin Bickel, above, and Heidi Biralh below. IIJIIIIIIIIII~~_.
BELIEVING IN STUDENTS . .. The ADMINISTRATION
Gay Hurst , constantly on the go, ' pares to rush off to another meet
From Mr. Paul Cramer, Headmaster: "Your yearbook is designed to provide you with a sense of pride and accomplishment. It acts as a vehicle to carry you and all of your classmates, in fact, all members of the School, faculty , staff, and students to a point of mutual bonding. Some years from now, it will provide you with pleasant memo ories, and perhaps, some unpleasant ones, but It will surely fill you with a great deal of nostalgia, reminding you of the fun you had , the struggles you overcame, and your successes in your teenage years. Hopefully, when you show it to your children, it will Inspire you to give them some good advice on life based on your experiences at Steward. If it serves that purpose, it will have served you and the School well."
Mr. Paul Cramer, Headmaster of Steward School, alway. finds time to chat with the student body. Dave Mueller. Steward's business manager, attends a basketball game
as he figures out a way to charge admission ond .tUi keep up the at路 tendance.
School secretary Debbie Draudt Immersed In her paperwork , as ways.
Paul Cramer, Headmaster Iris Burbank, Resource Director
Carolun Brandt, Director of StudIes Dave MueUer, Business Manager
Teena Anderson. Director of Development
Debbie Draudt, Secretary
JUI Schutte, Lower School Grace Broddus, Library Gay Hurst, Middle School Rachel Griffin, Librarian
Robert Clarke, Oir. of Maintenance
Tutor and substitute teacher Cindy Llf路 lick hams It up with Anita Harbaugh and Teena Anderson .
Jill Schutte, head of Lower School, Is a very visible AND viable part of Steward.
Carolyn Brandt. Director of Studies, Is always available to help out a student In need.
STEWARD'S STAFF and FACULTY BELIEVES IN YOU
Kindergarten teachers must wear
Catesby Jones shows students ho
many hats and assume various roles
"REAL" man drinks Classic 0 as he "chugs" away during a I ketball game. Always smiling, always worl
during the year, and Jane Whitely and Jane Edwards can attest to that.
Lynn Mann goes beyond the normal caU of duty. as she entertains the
hard, Wayne keeps our school in
kindergart e n
Isabel 5tellberg takes a much needed "breather" between classes; preparing to face seniors often requires a few minutes of meditation.
Ie Hlmelbloom, Delhne Gagnon, I Carol Wagner show Ihe hopelul ks of leachers ready to begin an· ,er new year. Did Ihey look like • In June loo?
There's nothing like a lull·school as· sembly In the gym to slart your day. Debbie Draudt, Shelby Rogers, Pa· Irlcla Duke, Jan Coddington, and Belh Daly wall for dismissaL
Laraine Brumberg sneaks a smug
look, as she wails for the Friday Middle School assembly to begin (and end)!
Norva Meyer relaxes during Steward
School's Aulumn Outburst celebra· tion .
Janet Rice seriously explains her coaching strategies to some spectators during halftime. Anyone who
will stop and listen Is fair game!
Always energetic and full of surprises, English teacher Brenda Tur· ner can sometimes be surprised her-
Janel Rice has Coach Coddington right where we all wanl him, wrapped In a plasllc bag with whipped cream on his face .
Bonnie Anderson, Music Lorraine Brumberg, History
Ian Coddington, Phys. Ed. and Health Beth Daly, English
frances Downey, Third Grade T r1sha Duke, Science Jane Edwards, Kindergarten
Dlehnee Gagnon, English
Cates by Jones, History Lyella H.rrlson, Enghsh Herb Lord, fourth Grode V.le Himelbloom, Math and Science
Jean Martin opens a Christmas pres-
ent from one of her fifth grade girls. Chrlsana McKinney, Lower School Art teacher . shows eager students
Catherine Shomo, Emily Wolff, and Kendra Fleming how to make jewelry ,
Ryan Imine, Drama Lynn Mann, Computer Science
Jean Martin, Fifth Grade Chrlsana McKinney, Art
Belsy Miller, Second Grade Rugene Paulette, Art Janet Rice, Phys. Ed. and Heallh Phyllis Slonaker, Tulor
Paula Spraker, Tulor Carole Wagner, Science,
Geography Patti Woodle, Malh Brenda Turner , English
Bonnie Anderson demonstrates one
of her many lalenls (besides music) as she prepares to make crafts during
Frances Downey reveals her candymaking skills during the Lower School Alternate Program. Ryan Imirie and Rugene Paulette
help celebrate the success of the Third Grade play during thei r cast parly.
Why do people do what Sometimes you see some STRANGE sights around the halls of Stewardllt's very early in the morning. you're present but not really functioning
yet. You stumble toward your locker, bump Into a wall or two, step on someone's foot, and suddenly see Ginny Chelkley and Dorothy Spencer showing you their breakfasts! ...
You proceed on yow way, but somehow the day is different. There 15 a grin tugging at the corner of your mouth. You get your books
and head for the hot chocolate machine, where you spot Brian Kreckman looking Just like you did a short time beforel He feels like you feel, but he hasn't seen the fun-wtth-food.-twlns -
Instead, he has lost his money In the machine. Now how can he wake up? He may go
around this way all day! Chris Sharp 15 about to lose his money , too! You give Brian a sympathetic pat on the back, and wa rn Chris Just In time to save his money from the machine. Then you run Into John Harler and Edmund Rhoads - dancing?!?? Just another typical
day? __ _
NO - NOT a typical day - It's NERD DAY! You spot Phlilp Grymes, Jay VanAusdall and Edmund Rhoads dressed as Nerdsl You're awake now, and look forward to a fun day at schooL
they do??!?! Unbelievable! Why does Mr. Jones force Mrs. Janers to come to the games? Walt a minute - she's ENJOYING It! So Is alumni Ed Z.k.tb.
eople tend to pick on Mr. Ostrow, but all In xx! fun . He usually get. them back!
Why does Cindy Malhews do whal , does? She's rehearsing for the fall
production, Actor's Nightmare . She played Sarah Siddons, famous actress. Cindy's talent as a comic actress is well known: she
also has played the wicked queen In "Once Upon a Mattress." and other roles In the
lr. Coddington, below, really Is doing someling unbelievable! He's allowing people to
past . Seeing Cindy's name on the program lets you know the show will be great! Mrs. Simpson, below, looks like she's rehearsing
nash whipped cream pies In his u.ually dig路 lfied face ! Thomas Galvin smears the pie, while ack Goshorn looks on, and stands back!
Why does Shehwar Qureshi work so hard, participate In so many activities, and still manage to make such super grades? Shehwar Is a cheerleader, spent many hours teaching the junior varsity cheer-
leaders, participated in Model Untted Nations, AND made honor's list! She Is a super example of a
Spartan with sptrlt!
WE BELIEVE IN
Studying. as Joel Hagman shows . . . Having fun with Halloween, as Mrs . Edwa rds , Kindergarten teacher, and Mr. Cramer show . . having fun with our peers, as the cheerleaders show as they
blindfold Philip Grymes. Jay VanAusdall and John Cabell Chenault for the marshmallow eating contest (they then let everyone but Jay return to their seats, and everyone watched Jay eat as many as he could , while the entire student
body laughed . _. " pigging out" at Regency Square Mall. as Cathy Leitch, Thomas GalVin, Jamie Brock and Cassel Adamson show, and
. .. sports! The crowds at Steward games have grown from a faithful few In past yean to a
great, cheering crowd this year. This Spartan
Spirit Is allvel
Students, Parents and Faculty . . . . being Involved In lots of activities together, so that the students feel that their parents are part of their school lives. Mrs. Edwards' Klndergarteners gather around one of Steward's very special teachers. Mrs. Miller's Second Graders enjoy a party, prepared by their parents and teacher. On days when parents are invited to Steward, our parents turn out In great numbers: Steward parents are Involved! The close relationship between parents, students and teachers is part of the Steward magic! Dr. Lynne Mann, teacher and parent, entertains the Lower Schoolers.
All Working Together, Having Fun.'
Ball games with crowded bleachers p rovide lots of excitemen t for students and M r . Cramer.
Lower School a rt teacher Ms. McKinney, Allison Collier and Catherine Shomo share a laugh. Miss Rice is caught in a really rare moment eating l She is allergic to many foods. Miss Fran路 cis Downey enjoys a day in the sun with her
class and Sophomore John Chenault . Mr . Cra mer talks to a Lower Schooler . Mr. Cramer Is almost always present, watching and enjoying the pleasure of the students, at special events.
HEADLINES OF THE FUTURE! YEARS from now, when you have a family of your own and are paging through your own, old high school yearbooks, you may wonder where some of your classmates are, and what they are doing. The Corinthian staff decided you should not have to walt! Here are the headlines of the year 2000, telling what Spartans are up to! The headlines are below; the photos which accompany the headlines are on the next 7 pages. Here is the future! Can you guess who the headlines are about before you look?
1. PAIR Of ARTISTS OPEN NEW ART GALLERY IN RICHMOND 2. REAL ESTATE PAIR SET NEW SALES RECORDS 3. WRITER'S fiRST NOVEL A HIT - RICHMOND AUTHOR VISITS HERE 4. VIRGINIA STATE POLICE HONOR ROOKIE Of THE YEAR 5. LOCAL GIRL SUffERS RARE DISEASE Of THE TONGUE 6. NURSERY SCHOOL OWNER WEDS 7. LOCAL MAN fULfiLLS LIfE'S AMBITION, MARRIES HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART 8. fAMED ARTIST RETURNS - SECOND BLOCK路BUSTER NOVEL ABOUT LOCAL PRIVATE SCHOOL 9. RICHMOND JAYCEES NAME MAN Of THE YEAR, YOUNG CHAIRMAN Of 15 LOCAL BOARDS Of DIRECTORS 10. TOP ROCK STAR CLOWNS WITH LOCAL TRAVEL AGENCY OWNER 11. TOP MODEL, RICHMOND BEAUTY, ON LOCATION HERE 12. EQUESTRIAN OLYMPIC CHAMPION STARTED HERE 13. LOCAL GREEK fESTIVAL ORGANIZED BY fORMER STEWARD STUDENT 14. RICHMOND HONORS VOLUNTEER Of THE YEAR - SHE AIDS HANDICAPPED 15. LOCAL MAN WISHES "CARDING " WOULD STOP - LOOKS VERY YOUNG 16. NOBEL PEACE PRIZE GOES TO RICHMOND-BORN ENVIRONMENTALIST 17. LOCAL MAN IS CHOSEN BOY SCOUT SCOUTMASTER Of THE YEAR 18. YOUNGEST MILLIONAIRE IS QUIET, GOES HIS OWN WAY 19. AMATEUR BASKETBALL PLAYER WINS MISS VIRGINIA PAGEANT 20. RICHMOND THEATER SPARKLES WITH TALENT Of GIRL WHO VAMPS BEST 21. DIPLOMATS ACHIEVE TOTAL NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT, REDISTRIBUTION Of WORLD'S WEALTH 22. STUDENT DECIDES COLLEGE MAJOR AfTER 9 YEARS AT VCU 23. UNITED NATIONS NAMES NEW SECRETARY路GENERAL, fiRST AMERICAN 24. VOGUE MODEL fROM RICHMOND GETS COVER 25. YOUNGEST ADVERTISING EXECUTIVE HONORED 26. LOCAL MEN SET STYLE IN TIES 27 . NEW BASKETBALL COACH IS fORMER OLYMPIC PLAYER 28 . STEWARD SCHOOL ALUMNI ELECT NEW PRESIDENT 29. OUTWARD BOUND LEADER RETURNS fROM AUSTRALIA 30. PLASTIC SURGERY DUE fOR LOCAL SINGER WITH STRANGE GROWTH 31. RICHMOND ARTIST'S WORK SELLS FOR MILLIONS 32. NEW TENNIS PRO AT CCV HAS LOCAL TIES, MANY TALENTS 33. LOCAL PSYCHIATRISTS DEVELOP NEW RELAXATION TECHNIQUE: STARE 34. NEW RESTAURANT OPENS, OWNED BY fORMER TEACHER, STUDENT 35. RICHMOND FASHION DESIGNER CREATES " SHEET ART" FASHION 36. RICHMOND WILDLIfE EXPERT BREEDS NEW SPECIES - RABBIT WITHOUT HIND LEGS 37. ARCHITECT DESIGNS BUILDING - COLLAPSIBLE "BLIND" FOR HUNTERS 38. RICHMOND MAN EATS OWN HAND 39. RICHMOND EXECUTIVE ANGERED - LOOKS YOUNGER EACH YEAR 40. FIRST路ROUND DRAfT PICK IS RICHMOND ROUND BALLER 41. LOCAL CONTESTANT ANGERED - CROWNED SOfT DRINK QUEEN 42. RICHMOND PET STORE OWNER OPENS SHOP FOR THE VERY RICH
1. Kevin Miller, Davin Bickel open THE GALLERIE
2. Graham Hickerson, Kevin Bradley are all smiles at news of multimillion doJlar sale.
4. 5. 6. 7.
Matt Montgomery caught entire drug ring single-handed. Carey Hickerson to undergo tongue surgery. Liz Brown runs popular nursery school, weds millionaire. Joel Hagman dated same girl for 12 years before wedding.
3. Edward Martin's REFLECTIONS sells best in U.S. for third month; he visits his home state.
8 . Celebrating His Second Best路seller, Author Ed Martin Holds Press Conference in Local Hotel, Denies Prior Knowledge of Pulitzer Prize .
9. C. John Knorr Accepts Award From Anita Grymes, Jaycees President.
10. Mike Pearce and local travel agency owner Katie Anderson clown, during vis,
It to Mlller路Blckel Art Gallerie. 11. Top fashion model Ashley Wilson takes a break during photo session here.
12. Heidi Blrath rests after winning Gold Medal In jumping event.
13. Andrea Proakls organIzed successful Festival.
I 14 . Katie Seltz accepts award .
16. Bill Kane receives Prize, announces r plans for river and air pollution Ci paign In South America. 15. Richmond executive Ran dolph Grymes seeks medical help for reverse aging problem.
17 . Scoutmaster Matt Ellis loves Scouts , Scouting. 18. Ben Banks, new millionaire. credits early jobs, saving. 19. Dawn Moss acted. shot baskets in Pageant talent show.
20. Demure Beth Chalkley proved to be a " closet vamp." 21. David Burnstine and Edmund Rhoads led world body to new threshold of peace.
24. Carrie Meyer on location.
!. Will Wynne finally chase sleep therapy major, plans to graduate In 2010 .
23. Mlng Dodson, at the U.N., after appointment.
25. Sean Franzese sells most ads In Richmond this year, gives credit to high school annual ad sales.
26. Evening and casual styles are shown by Seth Koplin and David Burnst!ne; Heidi Blrath finds both funny. 27. Coach John Janha relaxes.
29. Philip Grymes recently returned from Australia , where he acquired a fondness for kangaroo steaks and his hat .
28. Nlckie Taylor chosen President.
30. Michelle Anderson displays unusual nose problem .
31 . Kevin Miller works on new canvas; his works sell for highest prices, allow him life of luxury.
32. Tennis pro Mike Boston is also paddle-ball champ. makes defeated 7-8 year aids cry. 33. Demonstrating their new relaxation therapy, staring, are local psychiatrists Jay VanAus-
dall and Leslie Muldowney.
Patty Simpson and Eric Elkin plan beef heart special.
35. Ginny Chalkley models her new style.
36. Mary Harvard Nolde and Cathy Cooper enjoy legless rabbit, bred by Carole Wagner. 37. John Cabell Chenault, architect and hunter, designed " blind" with air conditioning, heat, music, plush chairs, bar and servant's quarters behind master and guest bedrooms; gun slots allow hunting from inside.
38 . Harrison Neal ac-
cidentally eats own hand .
39. Randolph Grymes case hopeless.
40. Chris Sharp joins NBA team.
41 . Cathy Leith and Jamie Brock react to paper cup with straw crowr given to Cathy; she later graciously accepted, removed sweatshirl from strIped ev ening gown. 42 . David Burnstine, shown here outside his new shop, sells exotic pets to the super rich .
The 1988-1989 Corinthian is dedicated to our friend Avery Bugg. We Remember.
DON'T TAKE LIFE TOO SERIOUSLY! Ha rbie
CLASS OF '89-
THE WORLD'S A STAGE . ..
BEST WISHES, SENIORS! Mrs. Harrison
Hasta La Vista, Baby! It's about time! KAS '89
I can't say enough about What you have given meA lifetime of memories. Mom, Dad, & Ginny-Bug, I love you all! And to all myfriends, You have made me Me!! Love, Beth Chalkley
GO FOR IT! Janet Ric(
GOOD BYE, SENIORS.
BE HAPPY. My love to Davin, Katie and Kevin. Come see me. Rugene Paulette 114
GOOD BYE, JEAN MARTIN! You were great. We'll miss you. Those left behind.
To The Class of 1989 From Your Faculty and Administration
Congratulations! Welcome, New Alumni
Best Wishes to the Class of 1989 Your Board of Trustees
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1989! We will miss you. The Office Staff
Break a leg, Seniors! Remember - Alumni get Half-Price Admissions to Productions of
STEWARD THEATRE "more than just playing around" Ryan Imirie Director J
BEST OF LUCK TO MY "FIRST" CLASS.' Mrs. Woodle
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '89/ MR. "H"
WORK HARD, PLAY EASY, GET THE MOST FROM BOTH!
Mrs, Meyer My door is always open!
GOODLUCK IN THE FUTURE! Beth Daly
GOOD LUCK, CLASS OF '89
and CLASS OF '95.'
BEST WISHES, CLASS OF '89! Francis Downey
CONGRATULATIONS, '89 GRADUATES! Mrs. Griffin
T hank you, Steward, fa?' a wonderful year! Diehnee Gagnon
LightVanAusdall Inc. BUSINESS BROKERS Established In 1983 Specializing in sales and mergers. Prompt, professional and confidential sale of farge or small business.
Congratulations, Class of' 891 Caston's Studios LookingfonJJard to doing Steward's pictures for 198990.
The RESOURCE AREA DORIS BURBANK, DIRECTOR TUTORS: CAROL BUTLER CAROLYN DANDRIDGE SHIRLEY GERRY CYNTHIA LIFFICK J AYNE MEADOWS
KATHY PEGRAM MELANIE RODRIGUEZ SANDY SHAW PHYLLIS SLONAKER PAULA SPRAKER
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1989! 116
The Steward School Alumni 1971-1989 119
CORINTHIAN STAFF Mrs. Lydia Harrison stepped in to the advisor role this year, assisting Mrs. Norva Meyer In her last year as Yearbook advisor. Mrs. Harrison Is a journalism expert, and will bring her talents to the 1989-90 Corinthian. Mrs. Harrison conducted the '88-89 Alternate Program class In yearbook preparation, while Mrs. Meyer was away at Model United Nations. She will train her staff in a journalism class, which Steward has not had for many years . Welcome , Mrs . Harrison , and thanks, Mrs. Meyer.
Lee Kallman, Editor Thomas Galvin, Carrie Meyer, Assistant Editors Many people worked on the Corinthian, including the Alternate Program class, with special thanks to Shehwar Qureshi, Beth Chalkley, the Seniors who worked on their own pages, Mr. Imirle and Mrs. Paulette, and Mrs. Teena Anderson and Mrs_Jill Shutte, who prOVided many photos.
I would like to thank all those who worked on this yearbook! When asked to become Editor , I was scared of the responsibilIty; now I am glad I had the experience. The staff was great , the workload huge , the satisfaction tremendous! Lee Kallman