El Dorado Springs High School - Bulldog Yearbook (El Dorado Springs, MO)

 - Class of 1973

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French was added to curriculumg also Fiction and Advanced Composition, and Vocabulary and Mythology for Seniors who wished to take a fourth year of English. New lights were installed at the foot- ball field, a track record board was made to put in the lobby, and an athletic schedule board was built on the back lawn ofthe school. Yes, for the most part, this year will be a good one to look back on. Pictures, clockwise from here: The El Dorado Springs Jr.-Sr. High School as it is seen by someone on the outside. Donna Patrick tries to convince the jury in Contemporary Issues' mock trial that "Sonia Scott, alias Phyllis Lines, is indeed guilty of murdering Martha Harvey, alias Terresa Brewer. Mr. Steve Thomas relaxes after a long day of hard work. Mr. Thomas is the speech correction teacher for the school. The Bulletin board fix- ed by Mrs. Medearis. The El Dorado Springs track record board, located outside the gym. The 1973 school year will long be remembered because ofthe many days ofschool misseddue to bad weather. Here some of the snow is still on the ground. In the background, the flag is seen flying at half mast to commemorate the death of Harry S. Truman. The Journalism Il class takes time out from their busy schedule of annual work to pose for their picture. Shown in the picture from left to right: Edward Washington, Sharon Ray, Donna Patrick, Brenda Reeder, Sheila Marshall, 'Terresa Brewer, Phyllis Lines, Joyce Nikodim, Anne Kincaid, Barb Hughey, Barb Walsh, Lana Brooner, Linda McCowan Perrodin, and Cathy Jones. Not shown - Mike Larsen and Luther McLain. Coach Tilford. ..., , My ' I V 1 .. . V M ' .,.., vv., .,.'i....,.-q , , .. i i awww' TE TS dministration ctivities thletics Classes Junior High Elemental' 3 -52 64 -104 -120 V R , 'V .. N' Tf"'1'l.'Tf'w5?"?i:7"f' f. V H., sn-s V , : 5 ffsxwf' -an w'sz:M.,f'?'M'M, ,. . f 2 -f s. es s :ws -fs nfs'-U wmv,-s.fssrwfssiifrm . , .. , ,,.. 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HIGH SCHOGL HOME OF THE , BULLDOCS iff ,' G Andif?HglT?95??YS?5Q?ndfSimple Waysf 'HAs And. gsntls ,days 7 H H e g ssss ,, in Msfnoflsszsvrssasdsibstwssn fthsnpasssi Of HsHs 1 s HHH1 fssss s ng-ss sss Of And haze, ss Pfr And laughing eyes And quiet nights H with you- ,ss'Z Q 'Vofmy mmd- Hssys 3 +Mcrnnn1ss, swsstsnsd 's 3' sss s sssnjusf liks k '5nem0?'le5f' fb ' W s Administration Shows Us the Way u ,ff - .,.. im 3 as rf-my SW Pictures, clockwise from here: Mrs. Delores Kemper and Mrs. Maxine Collins, Mr. Hacker's secretaries. Mr. Kelsay. Mr. Richesin. Looking into the high school office. Mr. Bill Hacker is the elementary principal. Mr. Bill Kelsay is the superintendent ofthe R- Il Schools. Mr. Max Richesin is the high school principal. The school board. Mrs. Lola Hill and Mrs. Jean Coale are Mr. Richesin's secretaries. Mr. Hargrave. The School Board. From left to right: Mr. John Pentecost, Mr. Bert McFadden, Mr. Gene Hoover, Mr. Ken- ny Whitesell, Mr. Ronald Alexander. Not pic- tured, Mr. Raymond Watkins. Mr. Orval Hargrave is the assistant principal. Mr. Kelsay's secretaries are Mrs. Sharon Hieber, Mrs. Ruth Brown, Mrs. Cindy Cargill. Mrs. Cargill is also the secretary of the school board. These are the people that help make our school run. . ie? Iffm f v-1 -NLJ . . HL r MJ!-.W' " ff . '4'i'f5?"1f-lf f M5321 2. iff: " ,, - ' WL -- Q fr ,' 'A-1 . ff.'fH:"f.,:. mffrf ' " I Q I .A - v w f , 1 , ' W? f 1 ' f :ati .. z -V...-' ' '--J,-ts . w --.-4" W " .- im. 'if5Zfl1f 1 fx 15 X' 5. 'T v- in f " gf T fa fi 2 ' W it 9 ff 6 V6 10 Q .5 M 5 2 9 fa w f 4 Many People Help Us Through School Clockwise from here: Mrs. Barbara Burns-Junior High counselor. The cooks prepare meals for us everyday of the school year. Mrs. Moss serves as librarian ofthe Junior-Senior High Library. Many girls work in Mrs. Medearis' office during their free hour. Mrs. West acts as Mrs. Moss's aid in the library. Several girls also work in the prin- cipal's office during their study hall. Mrs. Messick and Mrs. Estes' helpers. Mrs. Moss checks on books. Mrs. Medearis helps seniors select the college which they will attend. Mrs. Burns helps Junior High students select classes to take. Mrs. Ruby Lea Medearis serves as High School counselor. High School custodians-Mr. Barritt and Mrs. DuJardin. Mrs. Rogers helps Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Medearis. The checkout desk. Newly formed Library Club. S :3E2": :gg L . Nigga 'WI f I 'S V4 L-.J ,,.,....--, W, wwf' 'A , - Y Fifiififz ,.-. s.: 1-1 S Q. 5 N 53 5355? l 'S , '41 . 'X x 4. f if X 5, .W 3' Mun S K Y B Y y M f 'ln' 'A ' - 'Wa B ' E - f 'z ' . 4 - . , f Y' L . 1 1 K Q? X X is: K 5 'uf swf' ,,.. 125573 5 K l ' . gm-flfzyfi xgiras fl ' A N X bbs Q Q Qi vis -m f Axxmwv- Q, i ,lruf-w,fff. ge--1:1 A lmw,h . f, .- ,.., PQ., b..,k.. . . ,,,. , -err f' - f . N l ,. 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Jim Mowrey, president of Forum Club, Anne Kincaid, Carolyn Huthcison. and Carla Olson, presidents of Quill Club, Library Club, and Latin Club take time out to pose for a picture. David Spencer and Dennis Bishop, presidents of DECA and Dramatics Club. Student Council discusses plans for the basketball homecoming dance. The members ofthe l972-1973 Student Council. 'ttf "'f" 2 3 iffie y i r' 1 yvvi 'trt .." -i . .f.fi. I ...ff , "t't A 'i - H ., f ,,,..f4 A M, ,,f. WP -f"7Zw1U "f' .,.' " W A . T ' A 'F 1 3 A . s tt " " V tudent Council And Club Presidents ,www ,Q ,MQ X WMA Q ,LV 2 . wi B X , if 2 1-w Y X X S '5 " 1 50? fa 9955 any if pw y , MWMNMVWWWM 5 S P V 5 V W a. 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There were only four girls in Vocational Agriculture and FFA this year. FFA sponsored the snack bar again this yearg different FFA members worked at it during lunch hour. The boys work on their project in welding class. Mr. Dave Allison assists the boys with their projects. Some of the boys built hog houses in Ag. Shop. Mr. Jim Freeny instructs the boys in his class. Safety comes first when using power tools, Jackie Beaty ad- mires his welding project. There are eighty members in the El Dorado Springs Chapter of Future Farmers ofAmerica this year. Ag. Shop. The Future Farmers work hard but also enjoy many fun filled activities during the year. The ag. teams participated in different judging contests. "'-N'-W,,,.,,., 982' " ttlllff' ' r!g ll?" just it 1-55' lc gi 3 n"'6 . E Q FI-IA-Future Homemakers with A Purpose Xxixsa-vgyuw .bv V1 XWWN.- p F or ww 4 ' if f I ,,.v 'Writ . ,tg -t s'Z, The Band Played on Reading clockwise around page-hall' time, percussion section, twilers, 3rd. place trophy from M.S.S.C. homecoming, woodwind section. Mr. Robert Heide. music teacher, Flag carriers, individual participation, brass section. pep band and marching in area parades. i A iff---1-Q1 ' KTTH .F . H l'IiiuI.3 5 , , . e. 2 r fx I -z , .4 2 S f . P EW. 2. ' k 4 ,, . 7 , Q1 W ' Ym'fK"'- 'ff'?5f'T"?' agiilf -1""'!IZ" A :Q 1 .JU .LQ is , . f-a ,-I WA MQ? Choir and Orchestra Work Hard Reading clockwise around page: Mr. Heide directs the orchestra. Students concentrate on their individual parts. Orchestra. The violin sec- tion works hard to get their parts right. Choir sight reads their music. The choir performed at Christmas and Thanksgiving Chapel services, P,T.A. programs and at the Nevada State Hospital. Different students play the piano and accompany the choir. Choir practices at dress rehearsal. While the choir awaits their turn the orchestra performs at Open House. Choir students look over their music before class starts. Much time must be spent practicing to make the orchestra sound good. Next spring the choir and orchestra will take different pieces to state contest. The choir and orchestra work together most of the time. 3 'MTM Pep Club Sparks The Year with Team Support 'slalom SUPQ0l5E?BULLDfQGQi 31512 -el? , I -1- was tm? -1.-...ee '1.'.3f5'iti,.f?.. WMQRN A Eff X. 6.13 H ,z , ,, M ff, gg 5 , 7 fa.. 2. ri Clockwise from here: Barbara Walsh. pep club president. goofing around again. EHS pep club yells at a basketball game. Students at pep assembly. This year's pep club with 67 members. Football Homecoming was sparked with a bonfire. A four quarters poster put up to remind the football boys to play all four quarters. The senior class won the spirit decoration contest by decorating the gym. The pep club yells at a football game. Lana Brooner puts up a poster with a little help from David Morley. The pep club sponsor. Miss Patty Carrington. is always around to help with spirit ideas. Barbara Walsh and Ra- jhon Bishop were named most spirited during football season. This year the pep club was in charge ofa pina party and a bonfire for the football boys and decorations for Homecoming. Two buses were taken to the away games because of the many members. 4 lv 21 Bulldog Spirit Never Dies, Bulldogs Are Number One!! 5..1',g.,4.N.w.'QQlQ.....,..,..'L.! 4 h. 'iza- Q .Q x .J 1+ - 's ..a l 'r 1. K. . .i-1-"' i This year's varsity consisted of four seniors and two juniors. Captain - Cathy Jones, co- capt. - Terresa Brewer, Joyce Nikodim, Donna Patrick. Jeanie Patrick, and Donna Bogart. The junior varsity had five sophomores, four regular and one alternate. Captain - Kathy Boyle. co-capt. - Jody Brown. Michelle Houk. Julie Lewis and Karen Mann. The freshmen also had a squad. Cap- tain - Bert Lusk, co-capt. - Janet Powell, Kelly Forrest, and Christie Lewis. Clockwise from here: Karen Mann. Julie Lewis. The Bulldog. Cheering at a pep assembly. Donna Bogart. Jeanie Patrick. Var- sity. Junior Varsity. Joyce Nikodim. Donna Patrick. Cheering at a football game. Cathy Jones, Terresa Brewer. Megaphones and pom- pons. Varsity in their famous pyramid, Bar- bara Walsh, pep club president, and senior cheerleaders passed out trophies at the Eldo tourney. Freshmen. Junior Varsity. Freshmen. Kathy Boyle. Varsity take time out at half time to goof-off. Michelle Houk, Julie Lewis. To begin the year off right, the cheerleaders accomplished the honor of bringing a spirit stick home from camp last summer. NI-IS and FT Reaehed Their Goals we i ll . S53 9fl""f f if et I H Clockwise from here: Mrs. Barbara Burns and Mr. Steven Nutt were the Sponsors of F.T.A. this year. Student teachers. Miss Shamel and Miss Dixon. spoke on teaching careers in F.T.A. club. Cathy Jones was campaign manager for Donna Truitt when she ran for District F.T.A. president. The Candidate for Harvest Queen from F.T.A. was Terresa Brewer. The whole F.T.A. club gather for a group picture. Proceeds from the N.H.S. powder puff football game went to the Billy Johnson fund. Out of focus and slightly out of tune is David Sibley. song leader for F.T.A. Pam Burns was the Harvest Queen candidate from N.H.S. N.H.S. cheerleaders. Mrs. Elliott. Miss Carrington. Miss Jones and Miss Dixon warm up for the coming game. N.H.S. sponsored a coat check for every home basket- ball game. N.H.S. group picture. Sponsor ol' N.H.S.. Mrs. Melva Kitchens. Donzil Worthington. Mike Markham. and Brad Belcher-Chain gang forthe powder puff game. Coach Kitchens and Mr. Thompson explain to team captains the penalty during the game between the Brains and the Brawns. Cheerleaders for Brawns were Mrs. Kitchens and Miss Jackson. N.H.S. took charge ofthe Christmas chapel. 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Dennis Bishop and Debbie Negus practice their duet act for contest. Becky Sorenson and Merle Simrell dance in CINDERELLA. The Stepmother, played by Karen Manes, faints after hearing who is to become the new rincess. In a whirl ofmagic, Donna Patrick, laying the Fairy Godmother turns Christi Lewis from the ugly Cinderella into a lovely princess. ' ' 155 W -, .VG .1 V ASQ, A i ff ' A 'GL . Q .3 fr, f N s,,fl6 wg,fx"' ,, is Xi, W x 3 1 Ain ' -A Sw JIk E Q .QA Y. 5 N., , . The nd Deba , thgln, - :::- ,ii-, ff. -in fu 'fs W va g. 2 F 91 Y , .p k W. E i f 511'-fl . W x bw . Et if y. is S Q2 . Q. Q a rts of Speakin Expression, Speech te and Dramaties if 1 1- Clockwise from here: Jeanie Patrick and Julie Lewis debate with their good luck charm - a Coke Bottle. Members of the debate class take time out from researching to warm their bodies. Dramatics class unclecorate their imaginary Christmas tree. Larry Howell practices sex appeal for his coming speech. Kent Kelsay and Donna Truitt persuade each other to the right line of thinking. Dennis Bishop observes Terresa Brewer's dramatic expression. Elizabeth Moore gives her speech on legalizing abortions. Brent Kelsay is at home giving a speech. Miss Jones is the Speech. Dramatic, and Debate coach. Two of the debate teams work on finding evidence. Regina Green, Karen Manes. and Pam Burns dis- cuss the coming contest. Danny Darnell and Bruce Hammer work on their affirmative case. K' i - --...W ff f-W mmf-wpwf -,A ,.w,-M-, . ,. ......,.. . W 'spy . D turn Q- a.:. sag, 3 V' 7 k 3419. H 3 "'lf"Z' 1 - at ,Z aff. X .W.y..' WE. 'sew' 'Wag ima, -.aww t. YE HU! .1 ,G '- rv . ra 1- -4,- ,sg - .,.. .5 11915 . fl... 4, 'WSH-. vsvaen.......,, fin- . sifixg ,,,.:f WM tghg To nderstand ? 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V- ft.if,.-,-,.if.e:-rw fia 'M 5511? 'fii?k54?1eiz4!ws1d2 Pictures are clockwise from here: Rita Ehlers studies for a psychology test. Juniors in Mrs. Kitchens' English class. Sophomores study quietly in Mrs. Perkins' class. Judy Coleman reads her poem in Quill Club. Mrs. Winters helps Sandra Hargrove in English class. Sophomores in English class. Quill Club officers. Students wonder about the principles of behavior in psy- chology class. Neoma Schantz was Harvest Queen candidate from Quill Club. Mrs. Janet Perkins. The thought forthe day in Mrs. Perkins' room. This year's Quill Club. rf 1 sf '5 . 4' " A gg ,.,, ,Z 9 X 13 9 1' "L 'mx Yi 2 R W 5. ,gin "4 my if J 1 ,4 I , , Ji 1 42 V? 1' " W ' E?-Q gm French Is dded to the Curriculum Pictures, clockwise from the copy: Mrs. Linda Septak teaches French I. a new addition to the El Dorado curriculum. Bonjour means "hello" in French. Mr. Helen Winter teaches Latin and English. Martha McCann holds up the sign for "Little Miss Muffet" and the spider which Latin Club made to take to the Language Fair. A typical discussion in Senior English class. Valete means "good-bye" in Latin. Donna Truitt and Cathy Jones think about the advantages of speaking French. Donna Patrick and Barb Walsh seem to be having their own discussion in English. Shawn Costello daydreams in French class. This Paris was built in a day. The French class made it for Open House Display. Latin students study hard to learn to speak Latin. Latin and French are the only languages here. F- 5 X XX -.pr - S .L -M23 , ',,, 1 1 'ea E . 1 vm f i 1'5PE"M'?' - ' ,fsf if sf, f fa Qu if ,, A? 5 a Q , W ff ' , I. nf' Z Y Ev 5,51 v , f ag f ' v ci' k K ,W 5 tw ii E Hi . J.. V . i 1 n ' H 1 +4 -as-1w,v ..w. af , W3 i iwfi H Yifffvf .fx -1 if F535 1" .' V it ,i .71 Egg ,F it ,ikwu ' ww, Y .Q ig .sv fi f 'fa .4 'R X 11 1223 dw? ,Y K, ff Y Dex M Rumi? gif? m 'wgzgf 'v-4? if.. .f W W " Q Q .V 5, , 3 in -. ' I , f55.6f.tf: 4 . . 'Z Wiiimgfii LZ -- V ' Xifw, fffmi. Ear' ' , v '-'X 1,2 v . , "2 , ' , J' 'gif' . ,ai '. A , f' :, ff-L ' L i f Ywv ' V . mvn5f'1!1f?" ' " 1 IJ xitmbaiaw 1 Science and ath Work for the Future Clockwise from above left: Mr. Charles Tinsley, high school science in- structor, who has taught at EHS for fifteen years. Mr. Nutt trying to maintain order in his trigonometry and math analysis class, General Science trying to absorb general facts about the scientific world around us. Mr, Wade Thompson, math and science instructor has taught at EHS for five years. Mr. Tinsley's biology class learning? About the plant and animal world. The l972 science club members. Mr. Thompson and his student teacher trying to solve a problem in one ofhis math classes. Mr. Stephen Nutt who is the most recent addition to the math teachers at EHS. Center: The members ofthe 1972 Math Club. Not pictured is Miss Jackson who teaches a class in the fundamentals of general science. These instructors guide their students through the difficult phases of their courses in general science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, general math, Algebra l and II, Geomtry, and Trig. SA V. :g f sl+,egg4 f vs, . - ...Q 4- 'QQ 'll' ,. ,, . R luv- K AQ. -f P.E.Emphasizes Fitness for Both Boys And Girls s af Clockwise from here: Boys in P.E. class play- ing basketball. Judy Pettibon and Karen Manes practice their new way of playing volleyball. Kathy West shows her muscular ability by hanging from the chinning bar. Miss Leaetta' Jackson, girls P.E. and Health teacher. relaxes. Pam Beard does her best to climb the rope. Boys hard at work in health class, Lerri McFadden demonstrates how to do a push-up. Girls studying in health class. P.E. boys trying to play basketball. Coach Darrell Tilford and Coach Malcolm Murphy, boys P.E. and health teachers. discuss every- day problems. Doug Fugate's strong arms lifts the weights. Gary Alexander and Mike Swopes show their skill at wrestling. The girls P.E. classes spent the year working with softball, archery, and volleyball. The boys classes spent the year playing softball, basketball, volleyball. and wrestling. rv-14 History Classes And Forum Club Students Goof Off U 'S ,ppt - Starting clockwise around the page: This year Forum Club Officers are - Jim Mowrey. Teresa Brewer, and Donald Norman. Forum Club enjoys a film during their club meeting. Mr. Roland Walker. head ofthe Republican party of Cedar County. takes time out of his busy schedule to talk to the Forum Club students. Forum Club takes time from the meeting for a picture. Guilty or not- Teresa decides, Cherie Hewitt - Forum Club Candidate for Harvest Queen. Mrs. Elliott's class seems to be having a wonderful time. Miss Shammel - Student teacher for Mr. Zimmer. T , i 'rem' 1 .f""'xx rbi ' A 4 F , l gg 3 -rv ,aww WQIEG Y V , W .1 N g'1'f'f-wwsiiikiw .. ,,,. H ,, ., E ,E , 5? 3 5, Ye ZF, 2 K in A J? x 1 1 ie Z3 4 "' Q jx Q. Q, :- . wi . X f Z-V ' . L' -I , ,LL ' , "-1. 1 A 'N 'PZ Az 1-4'-, , A I ' ' Q f yw """' f em -7 W' x 3 2 I Q : v,,,,,,, f, mf-warmly if ? f , 'S 6' 1 Q , , 35, v 4 ' ' 2 if 45 I' g :ff W . f ... f mf. ,, ,ff w 'UWM M 'flfltaimr M H . W M A 5 . WI i' " ,wwf-',fvf!f?5 Art Requires Hard Work Reading Clockwise around page: junior high students enjoy experimen- ting with ceramics. Art Club's goal is to bring a better :appreciation ofart into our lives. many Art Club members joined the Student District Art Association. Steve Lambeth. art club president. Each student has their own trays to keep their materials in. Mrs. Lewis teachesjunior high and high school art. Art lll students work on prints. Art I students collect pictures for collages. Debbie Donaldson is the only student in Art IV. Art students clean up materials alter use. Art ll students work hard on their drawings. ' f f? W' , Getting Ready To Build for T e Future In the Carpentr Classes at EHS This year the carpentry class once again built a house in order to apply principles and methods of building that they had learned. Helping in the completion ofthe house were the Electricity classes. The Industrial art instructors at EHS are Mr. Dallas Beem and Mr. William Hulett. Mr. Beem teaches general metals, drafting, woodworking, and general shop: Mr. Hulett is the electricity instructor and also has general shop class. Clockwise from above: Mr. Roe the carpentry teacher. Mr. Roe inspects the work. Leroy Fleenor works on the metal lathe. Using the circular saw. Kirk West works on a project. Gordon Pierce putting together his chest. Whitey cuts up, Carpentry boys try out the recreation room. At center: Take your boots off Frank. Delbert Bybee works in shop, nf Learning To Build A Better Way in The Shop -n DECA Students Were Hard at Worlc This Year . "-' .:iA.E: Q- I ..:',., Xligjffffk X t r Going clockwise around the page: Below: Judy Pettibon gets valuable ex- perience with her on thejob training in DECA. DECA I students appear to be having a blast during class. Mr. Griggs enjoys counting the money his DECA classes earned. Lynn Boyles. DECA candidate for Harvest Queen. Even ifjanice Fleener is a Senior she still has to take tests. Janice Bradley's favorite place in Haynes is by the candy. Not all the DECA students were busy this year. The DECA room has five dummies now, in- stead of the usual two. Q 5 lillii 1' Mrs. Maxine Bowen and Mrs. Barbara Morlan, together, make the business courses in our school, fun and worthwhile. Clockwise from copy block: Joyce Nikodim adds up her bookkeeping. Kathy Boyles does her thing in Typing I. Typing really isn't bad if you're the lucky person who gets to type on the floor. Mrs. Morlan smiles as the bell rings to end another week. Earlene Woody and Bonnie Eaves take dictation in Secretarial Practice. If only it weren't a model demonstrator we could keep it. Tony Koger struggles through another General Business test. Mrs. Bowen seemed puzzled when we told her the picture was for "Playboy." Donna Patrick gives up Bookkeeping for the nineteenth time. Randy Bland keeps his "cool" when the work gets tough. "4-. 14 Qi . They Mind Their Own Business -------so .n.....n.. -.b -Q . -.., 21" wr., ' 2 A- may f 'W wr We The Hectic World Journalism x"' -a. A 57' W mfr + fw,'?QSx , 5 me -- X I Sk X .mild , , X Sr, 4 Q' 4' s X 'K -+ , , m'AmfiwWMImNwa7iwmr2x r- r 1 V lf l l li l xl V Q 3 ig A l xt K R.-.ii f A 9 9 1 'AL fa-f,fQ1,3 if , e tw K X , QQ I sh V Jw. ff' X its as ,Au- Q 5 .53-Xa, 9 A ? " 'it If-qi Skit Nl rs. Susanne Sadler - the journalism spon- sor. She just couldn't believe it when we told her we were all going to drop journalism, Cathy .lones works on the El-Hi-Mo. When it gets too hot to do any work journalism relaxes outside under the shade trees. Wayne Hensley kept statistics lor all the football games. Lynn Boyles. journalism l student is amazed at all the work she will have to do this year. Barbara Walsh helps Donna Patrick erase a mistake in the El-Hi-Mo. Phyllis Lines 1973 Bulldog Editor. Sometimes we get mad enough to cut off the editors head. Lynette Beydler and Dana Robison stay after school to finish their last annual pages. When there's nothing to do ue look through all the old annuals. Nloneyf But it isn't journalisms lt's for annuals. f FI, . MQW WM' -1 Xl Homecoming Happenings 6'N..v'7? This year the football homecoming can- didates chosen by the football boys were senior - Cathy Jones, junior -- Anita Kline, sophomore - Vicky Price, and freshman - Christi Lewis. Cathy Jones reigned as queen. The basketball homecoming candidates were chosen by the basketball boys, They were senior - Debbie Mitchell, junior - Jeanie Patrick, sophomore - Julie Lewis, and freshman - Judy Bishop. Debbie Mitchell reigned as queen. Clockwise from here: Vicky Price. Anita Kline. Decorations for homecoming. The "Illusions" play at the football homecoming dance. Jeanie Patrick. The basketball crown. Julie Lewis. Judy Bishop. Practicing for basketball homecoming, Debbie Mitchell. Cathy Jones, Christi Lewis. The football can- didates and queen Cathy Jones. The basketball candidates and queen Debbie Mitchell. The queens were determined by the student body voting. K :Zz--fax-wg,-by-x 1 -,1...:'-' J. ,yrifgy , 4 , Q K 1 ,fi A .Q,,,,ffHQ gg., - r.-ew ' - ff .v f.wv5g.- .XM ,gg-l.,.QRr,JCA, ,v , .', o . ,q,4,,w2v? A,-if fl-at-7 '4lQ5lf"' S'-' 4g3'.afff' . , , 4 , is V: ' "1F'iZ?+.g?2-ff: lfjyfg 'ffI!E!'f,"f'L 'f Hi,-I ..,5'.1-5.51, . ff, Nf , ,gf .,x,,1.iF, .A ' ' f gulf.: 5 FQ, X, .Av lltnks. Si-If! - A-" X- Y iff P'c2'14-:9-Q' ' QI"--4 if , :f, .W.,,.g.,g.f,:,if alan- gz+gg,fawL:.,, 34-. fgfv, Jim, 'r"-rfgYxf14'....a- .' fx 4 V 4 Ci-V - 7,3 g 5 WELCUME x 3. X fr 5 ATHLETICS Football A 3- Season 3 sf: ifzfxf J .. -'f .1 5,-ey, , f. i QEldO vgw-MM. , . . . 5,3--K, :- .-kgi-411117. A ' , w as M W ZS M ,. f. , . , , , , I 1' ,Q gown , ., 1' I wx--, -, 'A V , :v,mf,i ,J ,,,.f,,,,,,,.,g.f oooooo o j o oiLooooooo o -fs fE 1d0 ool i ,ooooo oooo oooo oo'o o 'o o- o oo ' oooo - , -1 ,.L: W, ff,. - .. U ,,:W1'-W --,-- +V .:-- ,..,, ,.,z-M .f-QfA W N f ,, y.f-Y-owns: .L ef --,p fi g,,vi:fzw?1ifseaw - ' f V .L s K .f fwfr, ,-ff gf' ,, ,QMQM-51 wk up Q ,. This year the Bulldogs had a losing season. ending with a 3-7 record and a 2-5-0 in con- ference standings. The juniors dominated in rushing and tackles with 1664 yards and 216 tackles. closely followed by the seniors with 214 tackles. Leslie Witt. Kent Kelsay. Bruce Walker. and Rick Pinkman were recognized in the linal West Central Conference Football Statistics for rushing, passing, receiving, and scoring. Pictures go clockwise starting from above center. NUMBER 11: Leslie Witt who led the team in rushing with 524 yards. also was leading scorer with 6 touchdowns and a two point conversion for a total of38 points, received 4 passes for 39 yards, and made 26 tackles. NUMBER 33: Kent Kelsay was next in rushing with 463 yards. and was second in scor- ing with 4 touchdowns. Kent received 9 passes for 95 yards and made 10 tackles. NUMBER 10: Quarterback Bruce Walker was third in rushing with 324 yards. Bruce completed 26 passes out of 51 attempts or 265 yards and 3 touchdowns, he also made 18 tackles. 1 touchdown and 2 two point conversions for a total of 10 points. NUMBER 23: Fourth in rushing was Curtis Gilbert with 178 yards. two touchdowns. and 3 tackles. BELOW: Coach Malcolm Murphy discusses plays with Larry Biddlecome and Bruce Walker. NUMBER 80: Rick Pinkman received 12 passes for a total of 124 yards and 3 touchdowns and 2 two point conversions for 22 points. NUMBER 61: Tom Brown was third in tackles with 49. Tom was named to the West Central Conference Honorable Mention Team. NUMBER 62: David Friar who was second in tackles had 52. and was also named to the West Central Conference Honorable Mention Team. NUMBER 74: Jim Tinsley led with 55 tackles, and a safety for 2 points. Jim, who was linebacker for this years Bulldogs. was named to the West Central Conference All Conference Football Team for 1972 for his outstanding ability as linebacker. .' V 1. fi sb-fum, 'Q . 'fefS'rf,,- -- ei .... ., i 1 if Q N fn .ye Wd, The Games Were Long "- -.W W -. L, ' .5 A. Q wf3'V+s-.- ,,, V1 1.1" 1 " ff f Q V- '.-5' ' 'fm W., . . -- V ,,' I V 1' ".-4,11-VQ-.-M, V wi, 11343: -11j'..QfV Q .53-it fe- 3- 5,-. , ff.: V..-,A,A-M J3,?V-V5 V 15... jdflgr- 'Aqua .- e. 4 ' :im ,. L, 145 -N ,.., if f ,-, w s ,,., ., . . .. .1 ,.,,. 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In the se- cond game of the season. the Bulldogs led a heavily favored Warrensburg team. 7-6. at half time but went on to lose. 19-7, Against Boliver the following week the Bulldogs led 12-7 at the half but again ended up on the losing end ofa Z6-12 score. Although they had been defeated the last two weeks the Bulldogs exploded against Harrisonville in the Homecoming game. 38-7. ln the fifth game of the season the Bulldogs lost to Knob Noster. 27-8. ln the third home game of the season against Clinton. the Bulldogs had their highest scoring game of the season. defeating Clinton. 41-8. The Bulldogs were unable to score against Holden in the seventh game of the season which ended 44-O. In the eighth game. the Bulldogs were again unable to score against Pleasant Hill and the game ended with a score of 14-O, Against Butler the Bulldogs allowed only one touchdown for a 6-0 score. In the final game ofthe season the Bulldogs were defeated by East Newton. 32-6. Clockwise from the lower right hand corner: Ronnie Whitesell-sophomore running back: Tom Huff-senior tackle: Brad Belcher-junior end: Jim Pruitt-sophomore end: David Hutton-Junior lineman: Gordon Pierce-senior tackle: Donnie Guthrie-junior half- back: Zande Eckard-senior running back: Larry Biddlecome-senior center: .lohn Wosoba-senior end: Terry Rittenhour-senior tackle: Earl Miles-junior quarterback: Lenns Davis-junior kicker: Gary Howell-junior fullback. At left center is the 1972 varsity team and coaches. 2 1 Practice Lasted Forever . L 5 11122115 Taira Tyla'7W?2Z32'Q5-5-'iEfiff,fieff?-AvRZQiM55.EfLf1: YY-'I ff . , W? "h' A ' . 1 ffii-veifigf ' 'QKSQESYfqgifiixf4L?5':'4K:Y,g5553igQ59ff k'?,fZ'gEQfj,9,,a ,.Ziff-fji.55kf1g5'7f.51Ql"'i-ff" - . H .jjfw 'V .'i1fL'y.:gQ35.3i'1TQWQQ' "lf 'Nj.f'9tL57-kEf7'Qi,SggQ513G? Q,m1.wy, fwwm,w.,,-wi? - . 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The l972 Freshman Team: Mike Whitesell-junior tackle: Roger Hammergren-junior running back: Coaches Darrel Tilford and Jerry Burch: Mark Lynn-junior running back: Kent Ksbell-sophomore CCI'llCl'. Roundballers Take Over ,mMVji.,. K, K I kf,,..ff Q, . , - ' 1 Q i l13ld0 53???I1t . f w.:,w,,k:-,Q ' u f, L. 1 , .. KVVVI, ,. , ,, ,.l.. my .. m PTQCUCFW, K9F H:?S919aY l' R9'm??3 '2i33aUd . N , , , i , 2 6' iwkfh ,. ,,., V , , A f ll . B-TEAM RECORD Greenfield . . Bolivar r .... Lamar ..... Nevada .... Holden ,. .. Skyline .... H H Pleasant Hill Rich Hill . . . Warrensburg Clinton .... Knob Noster Butler ..... Eldo Eldo . . Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo Eldo x r l We 'pf ll an in H r 1972-1973 VARSITY RECORD Greenfield e. 3 Bolivar . . . 4 Laniarl R Nevada. . Holden skyligsif i H Pleasant Hill Rich Hill . . . Warrensburg Clintonv. . . . Knob Noster Butler ..... 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"Ve Vifigfg f 1245" V-, I-f 'V' :V T ,,, ' J. no i w e The freshman year is a new experience for students. For the first time they are considered part of the high school. They are allowed tojoin some clubs and can play on the Brawn's side in the Powder Puff Football Game. This year the freshmen had a charity volleyball and basketball game for the Billy Johnson Fund. Pictures, clockwise from here: Freshmen goof offin Mr. 'I'hompson's algebra class. Freshmen Class Officers are Pres. - Allen Hoover, Sec. - Judy Bishop, and Treas. - Janet Powell. Freshmen Football Queen Candidate -- Christie Lewis. 36 . . . 24 . . . 36 - That's not my locker combination. Are they or aren't they cheerleaders? History in Mr. Zimmer's class is very trying sometimes. Freshmen gain their footing? Miss Merry Christmas Candidate - Karma Gardner. James Acheson Lori Acheson Bonnie Alexander Gayle Beverly Amlck Esther Andersen Donald Babcock e X Barnes Sharon Barnum Debbie Beaty Evelyn Bedford Danny Bermng Alexander J ff fo- Dennis Berning Robin Bishop Dennis Blankenship Carolyn Bledsoe Bernie Brower John Bryant Karen Burris Delbert Bybee Patricia Carriker Bobby Christie Bi y Christie David Clark Goldie Clemmer James Coale Thomas Cooper Jeff Burns ll We Learn Hi h School sn't ll Fun Clockwise from copy block: Billy Johnson looks on as Freshmen play a benefit game in his honor. Freshmen girls just finished com- pleting a health test. Nick Woody and Richard Eslinger demonstrate their abilities in shop. Bert Lusk and Deanna Hacker practice doing sit ups for their P. E. test. Mr. Nutt teaches basic math, Freshmen seem uninterested in general science. What could be more important than freshmen English class? Deb- bie Beaty learns to diaper by first practicing on a doll in her home economics class. Shawn Costello Ronald Coulter Jimmy Culbertson John Deline Donald Driskell Roger DuJard1n Donna Edmiston Connie Ehlers Richard Eslinger Lee Ewert Sandi Fast Kelly Forest B1 y Fosberg Jerry Friar Terri Friar Doug Fugate Karma Gardner Keith Gibbs Treva Gilpin Laura Gooden Johnnie Goodwin Sharon Gransbury Cheryl Graves Kathy Green f ff A MMWF is f A , , , 5 ,. ffww ct JP 1 'Eli . ff f 2' 4 A Qfiafi if ' . H jf ,h M f- .tail fe y - .. - 7 - , S N W9 ' NYJ Xi . Leonard Gregg Deanna Hacker Kent Hackleman Diana Hamilton Nancy Hammergren Steve Hargrove Dennis Harper Steven Harris Roger Hensley Allen Hoover a Haudeshell Georgiana Hubbard Rocky Hutchinson Debbie Jackson Linda Jonason Clayton Jones Tamera Jones Bobbv Keith Freddie Keith Leonard Ketterman Gillis Leonard Christi Lewis Sheryl Livengood Roberta Lusk 1 1 J We Kr Davrd McCarthy Evan Mc Connaughey Lerr1 McFadden Vxcky McFarland McMahon C mt Markham Lynn Martm Brenda May Brll Moore Faye Moore Howard B1 y Norman Kathy Norman Lyndon Onckelet Kent Payne Lana Pettlbon Peggy Prerce Gerdl Pllcher Janet Powell Kathy Rabe Mrke Reeder Reme Roe e Rogers Mark Rogers J. R. I. Nikodim 'll J ff A X SN r 'S M S , X ix as 1. Q 'Nw , 22 Y 5 ' me J 3 . rr.r 1 rr Q IE a gr Q e er, 333'-J 5 gf X. N 1 ifff ,SJ S fs' Q e f-' 1 55 ,Q :Q 15 W Q r .ii fs: M 5 xapk r S5 Nqr xv Q J JZ Q as NK w i A M . K jg. '- -:cn fi as X K x ... Q, Ss 55 Q A X K mg? , ,, wi. X Q X my 'fg X K RSX ' E' of N S xx x 1 1 S EE xx X rx ,ha Q is J Q 2 Q , , 1'-W, :fs-mffff. 1 .- , -. .SX :Nts-gear: aff? .11 ,B '. Y .Af f ggi fb ., ,y if '91 l do 155 M r i -5 3535 2:41, , ' fy Kirk West Ricky White Nick Woody Pamela Yarnell Mike Yoder David Barnard Judy Bishop Donzel Runyan Becky Sadler Mary Sawyer Kirk Sibley Terry Simmons Kirk Simone Van Simpson Paula Snyder Steve Soloman Lourie Sprinkle Eddie Still Donnie Stires Nellie Swartz Susan Taylor Priscilla Thompson Lessia Todd Lisa Truitt Chet Turley Clinton Vickers Karen Vittetoe Johnny Walker Richard Walker Roxanna Walker Scott Watkins n the ther Hand High School Can Be Fun Clockwise from copyblock is as follows: Freshmen still can't believe they're in high school. More posters have to be made. Lerri McFadden and Priscilla Thompson between flights. Freshmen are active in football. Janet Powell won Barnwarming. Freshmen cheerleaders pose for their picture. Sophomores Face Their Hardest Year Top right - Julie Lewis was the sophomores' choice for Miss Merry Christmas, Center right - They have to keep their class members from the juniors. Lower right shows Vicky Price as sophomore football homecoming candidate. Lower left - Scott Kennon serves as class president. Below - Saundra Sltellhorn is treasurer. .lulie Lewis is secretary, and David Evans is vice-president. Class ollicers help to lead their class and preside at meetings. Pam Alexander Ronald Amick Terry Anderson Betty Belcher Kenny Bell Eldon Bigler Rajohn Bishop Brent Bland Larry Bland Kathy Boyle Ted Brewer LaDant'i Broughton .lody Brovin David Bruce Carol Capps Larry Carter Gary Cole Judy Coleman Robert Coulter Sharla Crawford Mike Delk Barbara delRosario Patty Dobbs Karen Eaves Doug Elliott Shirley Eslinger Kent Esry David Esans Leroy I-'leener Debbie Campbell -nr' , Q. ' C ,,.. , f ff xt.. mtl I 5 , E.. . .5 st .gif :" , a ft G ' -' is .3 -is i -C... st .4355 sdszsv - . see , - . ' vb -as "1 at Hr- --C Kr-fsQ2ssz1a , ssfsaisist . . J... i A K ' . T - Q f s ' .- .,. is it b if , f-55' SU 'e B . ' ' ' U , 1 15.?:a"E iii , ffj . - V5 . .,, fi s ., .. ,k5.1ks'g.g:j:': 55- a , ' , Lx X .,... ff y e th ,. V , f an' .. I fs' za- . Robert Floyd Sandy Floyd f 5 f are T., .... .ax I 1 A s , , I, V 1, gE,.,,,s:fiE i 'Q .I all QE ! " an . A r k y . .r v f . .5E,. . :kg S. S 9. ! Q ma vf' 6 J S a 1 Xl-V X 'X-1 .',. 2 ' X R 54 'Sw i M -ami an ,.. QL,-S76 ,Wh ' Zlryn A ,A f ' ,-4 ' dv-1'i' is n -ff? TT 1-if Hi'-f' 'L f J Q Z 9 W V 65 X Q D 3 ' 'L E VV gl M' F 77 Q E ? A4 n, ,Q V ,ii Mrs s, W-M' i ff 1 ophomor Lynn Francis Brendw I-'ugulc Jun Gilpin Terry Glcndening . , -' . A - 5 , at it , V Homer Gooden A slit iff ,A I Nina H'ill A g 0 , T Dean Hamilton .xitttafisfifi 5 f t ' . sz-2 .. , -is.: .tw -5 Y-E so A s t E . 5 t L we 3, i '2 it if , x gf 'lf . ,Er 'J 4 vu. X ff 'G W Q 4 ,k', rf 'fi Every sophomore has to face the challenge of putting all sorts offacts into their heads during world geography pictured in the center. Upper right, sophomores wonder if they will ever be able to understand the complex world of biology. Center right, study halls were really made for studying, but sometimes its purpose is forgotten about. Lower ri ht, Rajohn Bishop tries to explain what sge is talking about but Michelle and LaDanta don't seem to understand. Lower left, Mr, Thompson and Miss Dixon try to explain that before geometry can be learned and worked you have to know the basic theorems, Upper right during Mrs. Perkins English class, some students dont seem to mind doing anything but sitting. Some even wonder why there was ever such a thing as sophomore English. ,-. Linda Hamilton Wilma Hamilton Bruce Hammer lfrancis Harrison Kandy Harvey Cherie Hewitt K.. 5 " E 1 3. D-I , f cv 1 0 UG UQ X ifksxkg El X RK , 1 NN S Q XX 3, 1 X 335 na 2 ,ki YY: gs rf V , " f Q4 r ,ik Cami Hicks 1 Gloria Highley 'A li Michelle Houk it E' . + 55 I t f . 1 Yi .. ,, "" .t x Linda Howerton t' f N s a H 't 'if t S A' Kent Isbell ' f Dwayne .lanes - ' it-2,3 , gf 1 K Toni Keith i -'Q' Scott Kennon Harold Kirbey M. fa ,Q X R Mary Kizer ,K Rocky Koger Danny Lady . fi " Bryan Latta - x A Julie Lewis 'N Jerry McCormick - F 'f ff "':- S t 1 'R . Karen Mann - Q- . 5 eggs . ...,.. - Q, t N.. S - , -t kk N7 S K . gk' ,K K . ,X . X N Y s Q 'li X g X X tg W Q ails x N if as I ik? , ... . X ' l 5:-x - ' 's i m X k K X. S X s X Q A 1 ,MZ wg, 120 N, . . , fi 6 . ,, f . -S.. ,fm 11 A 7 Ss 4 Lf' If gui f , tg . r f J W , -.4 3: f is J ' we t 17, 1,1 Xt'x l 1 X ' S. n wth, , 2492154 f 1 ,hw W 1 26 1 ' Q5 A i X X 1 ' M1 . if. I 3 ,, . 5 3 , if , t il E i ' i , ia get 'Q Jliwi Q i We Have to Stud Hard Just to Keep P Wlth What s Gomg on Lindell Mwrslmll Jun Mayberry Earl Miles Bobby Mitchell Sandra MiLner lidnu Mogan Donnw Morley Roger Morris Robert Moxwrey Debbie Negus Randy Nlexxnwn Joe Nikodim Htrold Perkins Leroy Pileber Pam Pinkmtn Paul Preston Karen Price Vicky Price Jim Pruitt Bryan Rube Dorene Reaves Jtxcene Reich Monalisa Robb Mike Rogers We Take Time ut from Studies Though Reading clockwise from copyblock: Sophomores had their own hall, "Hall of Fame". .Ian Mayberry and Julie Lewis ex- press their feelings in their art work. Sophomores enjoy play- ing in the snow. Lynn Francis and Ronnie Whitesell strengthen their arm muscles. Driver's Education is still fun even though it's a regular class. Typing increases the feeling of competition. LaDanta Broughton was the sophomore can- didate for Barnwarming. awww x , . bv , f l. I gl 2 l if J If if W, fi li 'sw' Jie Q ' We ttf? f ' g w' ' , tc"-ITM ' ,Q 2 gi ,f ,Z r wwmwtx IIVV 4 11511. Mime tw A Q fv " ' ,i s 'hai 2 ,S X Q-5. f--. -it -Ox W? Ronnie Samples Sam Schmidt Saundra Shellhorn Merle Simrell Karen Smith Sheryl Smith Joe Soloman Edna Sparks Martha Spencer Lee Swager Ellen Swopes Betty Twylor Patty Tompkins Janet Troyer Jean Tschanz Marla Vaughn Debbie Wadsley Sharon Walsh Barbara W'trren Kathy Watkins Diana West Dana Whitesell Ronnie Whitesell Dennis Wilhoit Beth Williams Scherry Willingham Leslie Witt Connie Wood Shelby Wood Roger Zartman ' L52 552 V .J ,yr .-an t ,Jr gm - Q . : b f i " ,J--ef 1. ,..- 'wm:,,- i Lewin M., X ,. Q-N , , 1 ' E' 311,254 ww , f ,, Q- A f' , aw Junlors Go In Sales To th Top rm -titled Xflliftffif Marcia Abbott Linda Allen Ima Jean Amick Diana Andersen Lita Anson James Barnes Jackie Beaty Brad Belcher gb Rusty Belcher x Lynette Beydler Dennis Bishop Randy Bland Ronnie Bland Keith Blankenship Wayne Blankenship Donna Bogart Lynn Boyles Brenda Brattin as A I. , ,-, - gi, V 4' . , Agp? .ft Q' rx ilgiisil V. irri,:,, r 4 gee, ff ftp , f ,. , I .gr ' . 1 n 2- - , J,. . M fm: . . ' Y A 'r - fe 'W , Q:1ffff:Q , .1-Qi"-f"1-"1-:Y ' Tv lv J is W if ' . f " V' WY ' . ' ',,isv5apitf,lee 'B A "f, - z2?924e2Qa?l1ffp " A 4 ,'2?ke2h'1e J " N ' 1-.izggifig n I U1 5' i' . V ,", 4 M . N ,K p , V ,, ,Y V W e ---' ' A 2 K 1 , ,.,, V - ggi-1 - HH M 1 K 'K gf 1 ' ef :V I V . ,. . . f tt? f V4 14 W - .,,.. 1 We " frlffl, M- K 1 ' I 1 226: 1 .. L M5 ' ' eQ,5'i 1 f E M JW, X fu 4563 j , f WSW, ,, ,Z M wa W ,J 15 f 4 1 'f , .4,,l4,,zc ' . ,f -Q 5 4' i f 1 il- ,1 e , 3 lil? 1 tt m " L TEN J 5 E s W it Hi KG? , Ili - Q -fn ie. E ,K K NT iii at -we -so nw I mm ,fps att, , L, MIX .. 1 .N .i e 1 MQW will! , J y f Z ' .l fb X , A gg V ig 'f' i Y' H Robert Burns - 1 W . t t . s Larry Fast i QW e ! A X Donald Brewer Benny' Brower Pam Burns Donald Burris Susan Ctrriker Rusty Ctrver Bill Clark Debbie Coale Myrna Cole Ronnie Cooper Debbie Couch Lenny Davis Margaret Driskell Debbie Eaton Derek lidniiston Lindt lisling Ronnie Fleener Shirley Frazer Curtis Gilbert Sam Gooden Danny' Green Regina Green Debbie Gundy Donnie Guthrie David Hacker Roger Hammergren Sandra Hargrove Terry' Harris -v- Upper left - Anita Kline was chosen 'is football homecoming candidate, Upper middle - Juniors have a class meeting to discuss magazine sales. Upper lef - Rhonda Shellhorn, can- didate for Miss Merry' Christ- mas is shown. Below Steve Kemper was top salesman in magazine sales. Lower left - Junior class officers are from top to hottom, president - Mark Lynn. vice-president - Bruce Walker, secretary - Jeannie Patrick. and treasurer - Jerry Julian. Juniors aren't proud as you can tell by' their faces as they peer through the window. They' broke the record this yfear in sales. J 34. "Nt till '1 rj Q ui u. 4-, ,t---... -aw-I v-1- Stud Once in While Sharon Hicks Linda Haynes Wayne Hensley Charles Hoffman Nancy Hopkins Gary Howell Larry Howell Mike Hubbard Barb Hughey David Hutton Jennings John Jones Tucker J oustra err Julian Kent Kelsay Steve Kemper Anita Kline Steve Lambeth David Lingle Frank Lurten Terry Mc- Callister Martha McCann Donna McKinney Jennifer McMahon Mike Mark Mike Markham Jacky Mi chell Elizabeth Moore Ed Moser Steve Murrell I i r ,am Aw. ? - 1 , 4 t ,,,,, mr 2 5-af' .rfb Gmg , 'kit I J y x X 4 fi ' --.stifle i-:fe tee . w s K ff:-5-ffl 1-are V. l i l u av CO1 ' Yi N X N I .L,, ' N ..i lf? udy Onckelet Phil Palmer Kristine Parks Jeanie Patrick Patty Pendergraph Debbie Perkins Malita Pilcher Rick Pinkman Brenda Reeder Beverly Register Ga e Robison Yvonne Roby Cole Roe Randy Schuchman Rhonda Shellhorn David Sibley Jim Simrell Debbie Smith Reading clockwise from here: Modern World History is a required and a not too easy subject. Miss Jackson just can't believe Barb Hughey has finally opened her health book. Debbie Coale lets too much homework get to her. . . Mr. Tinsley's 5th hour chemistry class is 21 real blast, while algebra II is all work. Mrs. Kitchens makes English III interesting to hold juniors' attention. Art requires hard work. 14, f L I W if Pictures reading clockwise are: Jeanie Patrick, basketball homecoming candidate. Li Tieh-Kuai, a Chinese statue. Junior football guys eating pizza. Lin- da Eslinger and Jen McMahon posing for a picture. Top magazine salesmen. Two girls fake studying. Linda Haynes, Barnwarming candidate. Juniors get grabby while selecting rings. Jackie Mitchell and Barb Hughey act crazy. Laurie Sokol Willard Soloman Debbie Spencer Jim Spencer Steven Sti Da e Stires Roxene Sumner Mike Swopes Monte Trowbridge as .ig iff' Donna Truitt Mike Turley Bruce Walker Nina Wallen Kenny Watkins Chris West Kathy West Debbie Whitesell Mike Whitesell Robin Wilson Donzil Worthington Kathy Yarbrough Mickie Yarnell Tony Koger Carla Olson Dana Robison This Was Our Year Julle Acheson Gary Alexander Kenneth Alexander Eldon Amlck Clayton Arnold Coeta Barker Dennls Barnum Pam McFadden Beard Kauna Beason Shauna Beason Larry B1ddlecome John Bnshop Jamce Bradley Terresa Brewer Lana Brooner Tom Brown Robert Burress A an Carpenter Cllff Cary Davld Chlsm Mary Costello Elvm Cox Roger Bishop l 1973 IU' Q- 1" 1, KP chu gn J , X 1 '5???f? ' Y X12 Startmg at the top from left to rlght Danny Darnell Penny Davls Jeffery Day Armando De La Rosa Debble Donaldson Bonnle Eaves Joe Eaves Zande Eckard Davld Rlta Ehlers Ava Elllott Kenneth Flelds Janlce Fleener Davrd Frlar Ruth Graf Kenneth Hacker John Harrls Logan Harrlson Dennls Hlavacek Tom Huff Carolyn Hutch1son Jackle Inskeep Cathy Jones For 5 Days a Week Seniors Seek Knowledge X eg' Q. u Q! Il! QV v 5 5 ' II: x 5 x ,..mvu9,f,,,4-1 '34 .5 Q' a M. 'x 4 W R H K - ffWW'::z54 .rjvi ' 524225 f 115, - 'F lift - fy :iii L5 .-1 . 51 ' 51: ' 24 C. ,,,: y Q Ig ' - P W-.4 haf- i 'H G. 9 ,Z X f M2 - Q7 fag Slartmg at the top from left to rlght John Jullan Brent Kelsay Anne Krncald Brenda Kramer Mlchael Larsen Dennls Lewls Phyllls Lmes Luther McLa1n Karen Manes Shella Marshall Debble Mltchell Jerry MIIIS Gale Mlzner DdVld Morley Charles Morrls Jerry Moss J1m Mowrey Joyce Nlkodlm Donald Norman Lyle Onckelet Cynthra Palmer Donna Patrlck Llnda McCowan Perrodrn Stephen Mays Senmrs Learn Helpmg thers ,mmmnm7k,,, ' Naam: LX J Q j New Startlng at the top from left to rlght Judy Pettlbon Gordon PICTCC Gary Poore Lyle PYICC Sharon Ray Terry Rlttenhour Neoma Schantz Robert Smlth Becky Sorensen Allce Spencer Davld Spencer Karen Taylor Arlmda V1ttetoe Barbara Walsh Edward Washmgton RlCklC Whrtlock Vlckr Wlnters Terry Wood Dennis Woody Earlene Woody John Wosoba Wllllam Wyrlck Jim Tinsley While Some of Us just Sit There, thers Become nvolved .... ,f,, ,, f 7?VifQfwrgzv r :fl A Tiiifszrifg l af D , 2 H rf T ' , 1' wr 5w,rfl T S , 3 3 ar wma, ., ,, gn! 4, A T 2' T Me ,rf 'r-12, f T new-F I I J In 4 fc, ,Q 3 f W' uf ' uf: , ' ' WW! 1 ,, 5 ,,f,,Q 5, new 1' ,. 1 f 2 qv, J S X JL k ..'i2:f' N1 -Hx fun .,s.,....., Q ' ' 4 , x x Q -ar l N X W sy: Na M X N. 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Clockwise from here: The two big events at EHS were Basketball Homecoming and Foot- ball Homecoming. The two girls who were chosen queen were Debbie Mitchell fleftj and Cathy Jones frightj. The varsity basketball squad was supported by two Senior boys, Ar- mando De La Rosa and Zande Eckard. Here they are shown with Coach Tilford, var- sity coach. Senior twirlers, Karen Taylor and Becky Sorensen agree that being twirler is as much fun as it is work. Karen Taylor represented the Senior class as candidate for Miss Merry Christmas. Harvest Queen can- didates Terresa Brewer. Joyce Nikodim, Don- na Patrick, and Neoma Schantz are trying to eliminate the competition. The varsity football squad consisted of nine Senior players. Here they are shown in the game against Pleasant Hill, Senior cheerleaders show the spirit stick. They are Donna Patrick, Joyce Nikodim, Terresa Brewer. and Cathy Jones. Donna Patrick. Black Walnut Festival candidate, congratulates Heart Throb King, Larry Biddlecome on his victory. in -ll"W"'!"' .Aa 7 Q ' , , Seniors Today Leaders Tomorrow This year many Seniors realized for the first time that they were rapidly growing into the young adults that would soon be the leaders of tomorrow. To many, this realization was frightening and unacceptable. To others. it meant a whole new world was opening up for them and they were ready to accept its challenge. Fortunately, EHS offered its Seniors many opportunities for help in becom- ing better leaders. Clockwise from here: Two delegates from the army speak to Seniors concerning the oppor- tunities in the army on Armed Forces Day. Mrs. Medearis helps Seniors with their after- graduation plans. Here she is helping Phyllis Lines decide what courses she should take in college. Eldon Amick sacks groceries at his afternoon DECA job. DECA students learn to dress mannequins in fourth hour DECA class. Mrs. Medearis advertises College Day. Many Seniors interested in going to college had to fill out an application for admission to the college of their choice. Mrs. Darlene Tudor speaks to Seniors on Career Day. Senior class ofticers: Rita Ehlers, treasurer. Neoma Schantz. secretary. Jerry Mitts. Vice-president. Tom Huff. president. Some Seniors prepare for the future by taking bookkeeping. To some Seniors school was all work and no play. But to the other ninety-nine percent it was a year of fun. It was a year that meant sharing responsibility and moments of joy. Although everyone had a different meaning for the word fun, everyone found fulfillment of his definition in the most fantastic year ever - 1973. Clockwise from here: David Chism is doing the same thing he does everyday at noon: nothing. Lana Brooner was a new addition to the varsity football team. Gordon Pierce thinks ice cream is good. The Senior class sponsored a concession stand at one of the football games. Ruth Graf, Shauna Beason, Kauna Beason, Rita Ehlers and Alice Spencer take time-out from their busy schedule to act stupid. Jim Tinsley rears back to show the supreme strength in his arms. John Bishop looks at his meal in dismay. Arlinda Vittetoe and Penny Davis fight over who's going to get a mouth full of foam first. Julie'Acheson ex- plains to Joe Eaves that she's always had that peaches and cream complexion. Roger Bishop, Logan Harrison, Lyle Onckelet and John Bishop talk over the fate of the world. Sheila Marshall, Anne Kincaid, Phyllis Lines and Linda Perrodin are practicing their part in the New York Opera. my sump-w--aw K W-- Q 5. Q sf W.. .QE ? -W iff' B We Try to Convince Ourselves We Are Capable, Responsible, Self-reliant and Crazy W7 sfgf M X. 'R .A Q9 if J- ,fi W s . 1 ' s s 4 , fi? . v ga ,xfjf Aria 4 on ' ft' f Q fha .af ' is- X, S :Swv Si.. sf-R+ fa my 11.1 fx i I V . . 5 'fv If:.jEiZ5'6,M? ' Clockwise from here: Patches ofall kinds were popular during our Senior year. Becky Sorensen and Sheila Marshall were just two Senior girls who enjoyed wearing the midi and the mini length of dress. Wearing the POW bracelet was just one way the Seniors showed that they cared about peace in Vietnam. The smock, often called 'ta mommy top", was a popular style for the Senior girls. The Senior boys, Jeff Day and Charles Morris, followed the styles by wearing overalls. Lana Brooner was just one Senior girl who enjoyed having her hair long. When it rains the midi coat and the domedfshaped umbrella are a must, Brent Kelsey and Jerry Mitts agree that long hair and sideburns are "in" for guys. About the middle of the year, wide-legged pants and blazers came to EHS. Lana Brooner, along with many other girls, liked the look they gave. Blue jeans, Shawls, and levi jackets were the comfortable things to wear to school. Pic- tured here is Arlinda Vittetoe and Gary Poore. WWI. 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HJ. ,,,,.,3,. , .....f,,. ., . ::sQf..:-.am:'w?iva , g:5'?5lfBi9i we-fftggit vIfff::r.lt1ftfsQE5t so-'t--tf5ass.cE2?1 j1.f:g-jrgug. wwe" 24Silj1mt..'j, 'fp I Y' -' 3' 1' A-253' Y" I IR ,riY,,..:f. Again. .3Q:gw.ff7t.5,-:z::. - "Xtra .fps nzz.3,.f:-we zf-..g,s..1 -1.-af. -L: I 3 t .1 . zz. '. W4-.Yffztt,-:?.tf?Ezw.5wb.zvf 'ffftmih 1. at 17. ru Qffftrf-351-vvftezf.fsvftzwfmfifty-ttgttz-.,Yf't'.t-I-In l f- sc .. a at 2. 9 -Q. 3-,gf.,,,,. ,.,,.,g,ta.,,,,-3 Uea.We,33ffttgg,2ftta,l'nt:mf2ftgsgws Agni 3 : f- et :- -r t I, - vatsggfaz,fm.a,fe.5,aaea.fits.fttttf ezats?ft1t5r7asHfttigwg ::sf,,:-fat :wats-fe-,f"f JULIE ACHESON: DECA 43 Perfect Attendance 2. GARY ALEXANDER: DECA 3,43 Art club 2. KENNY ALEXANDER: FAA l,2, Asst. Sentinel 3, Sentinel 4, Greenhand l, Chapter farmer 2, State farmer 3, Home improvement award l, Committee chairman 2,3,43 Perfect Attendance l,2. ELDON AMICK: FFA l,2,3,4, Greenhand I. CLAYTON ARNOLD: FFA l,2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Sub-dist. Pres.3, Star greenhand l, Star chapter farmer 2. Leadership award l,2,3,4, Crop production award l,2,3,4, State dairy products award l, State field crops award 2, State meats award 3, State poultry award 3, Dist. crop produc- tion award 3, lst individual ag.-business award - Miami, Okla. 2, lst in- dividual crops award - Humansville, Mo. 2, 3rd individual crops award - Crowder College 2, lst individual livestock award - Crowder College 33 Perfect Attendance l,23 Typing award 23 Alt. to Boys State 33 Basket- ball l, FTA 3.4, parliamentarian 3,4. COETA BARKER: DECA 3.4. DENNIS BARNUM: PAM MCFADDEN BEARD: FHA 2, Jr. Degree 23 Orchestra l,2, award l,2: Band l,2, award l,23 Typing award 3. KAUNA BEASON: Typing cert. 23 Shorthand cert. 23 Librarian 2,3. SHAUNA BEASON: Librarian 4, Library worker 2,3,4, Cert. 2,3,43 Volleyball team 33 Art club 3,43 Home Ec. 2.4. LARRY BIDDLECOME: FFA l,2, Reporter 3,4, Greenhand l, Chapter farmer 23 Lettermans club 3, Pres. 43 Art club Sergeant at arms 43 Football l,2,3, letter 43 Band letter l,2,3,4, First chair 3,43 Perfect Attendance lg FFA leadership gold award 3: Reporter scrapbook gold award 33 Honors band 3. JOHN BISHOP: Track 2,43 Football 2. ROGER BISHOP: Art club 2,3,43 Dramatics club 43 Lettermans club 3,43 Football l, letter 2,33 Basketball I3 Track l,3, letter 2,4, went to state 3,42 Choir letter 3,4, Honors choir 4, solo 3.43 2nd place in El Dorado Springs Art show 3. JANICE BRADLEY: FHA l,2.3l DECA 3.4. TERRESA BREWER: FTA 2, Pres. 3, Harvest Queen candidate 43 Forum club 3, Sec.-tres. 4: NHS 2,3, Rep. 43 Dramatics club l,2,3, fall production 43 Pep club l,2,3,43 Cheerleader l,2,3, co-captain 4, letter l.- 2,3,43 El-Hi-Mo staff 3,43 Bulldog staff 3,43 Orchestra l, letter I3 Perfect Attendance l,23 Typing award 2: Alt. to Girls State 3: Model UN 2.33 Miss Merry Christmas l3 Basketball queen candidate 3: Class Pres. 2. LANA BROONER: FHA l,3,4, Historian 2, Junior Degree l, Chapter Degree 23 FTA 3,43 Forum club 3,43 Quill club l3 Pep club l,2,3,43 Band l,2,3, letter l,2,3, Honors band 33 Majorette 2,33 letter 2,33 Choir l3 Orchestra l,2, letter l,23 El-Hi-Mo staff 3,4, Bulldog staff 3,43 Model UN 23 FFA Sweetheart candidate 23 Dramatics club 3,4, fall production 3,4, Best supporting actress 3. TOM BROWN: FFA l,2. Tres. 3, Reporter 4, 3rd high individual in meats - Crowder College 4, 5th high individual in meats - Dist. contest 4, 2nd place in local soil contest 2: Science club l, Pres. 43 Math club VP 43 FTA 43 Student Council 43 Football l,2,3, honorable mention offensive guard 4, letter 2.3.43 Basketball l3 Baseball 3,4, letter 3,43 VP of class l3 Sec. of class 2. ROBERT BURRESS: ALAN CARPENTER: DECA 3,43 FFA 2,3,4, Greenhand 2, Chapter farmer 33 Pep club 2,3. CLIFF CARY: FFA l,2,4, Asst. treas. 3, Greenhand l, Chapter farmer 2, Committee chairman 2,33 DECA 4. DAVID CHISM: MARY COSTELLO: NHS l,2,33 FTA 3,4, Sec. 33 Forum club 43 Latin club VP 33 Library club VP 4: Alt. to Girls State 3. ELVIN COX: Art club 2,3. DANNY DARNELL: Dramatics club 43 Band l,2,3,4, letter l,2,3,4, Honors band 3,4, PENNY DAVIS: DECA 3,4, JEFF DAY: Pep club l,23 DECA 3, Asst. Ed. 4, Chaplain 43 Band l,2,3, State honors band 3. Conference band 2,33 Choir l,2,3, Conference choir l,2.33 Perfect Attendance l.2,3.4. ARMANDO DE LA ROSA: FTA 2,3,43 Science club 2, Reporter 33 Forum club 3,43 Lettermans club 43 Basketball l,2,3,4, letter 3,43 Foot- ball l,23 Track I3 Perfect Attendance l,33 Class Pres. l. DEBBIE DONALDSON: 100 3 ,,.:wt55?gt3,..i. .fe 'grgym . 'ffaiitf 1 Q3 I it-if fi I PI- M' I 3g'1ig5'5ta,:tlr-325353652ll,t'tl,llj3r.Mi?mt':,lgi?ivt1rt.thwiai fm:-vga, ,Q 42 K fst,55Pg,,gFr BONNIE EAVES: Pep club l,2,3,43 Quill club 43 FTA 43 Dramatics club 43 Perfect Attendance 33 Choir 2,3,43 Library cert. 1,23 Office worker 4. JOE EAVES: DECA 4, Sgt. at arms 43 Baseball l,2,3,4, letter 2,3,43 Track l3 Basketball I. . ZANDE ECKARD: FFA l,2,3,43 Football l,2,4, letter 43 Basketball l,- 2,3,4, letter 3,43 Perfect Attendance 2. DAVID EDMISTON: FFA l,43 Lettermans club 3,43 Football 2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 El-Hi-Mo staff 3, Bulldog staff 3. RITA EHLERS: FTA 3,43 Forum club 43 Library worker l,23 Office workgr243 Class tres. 43 El-Hi-Mo staff4, Bulldog staff43 Choir 43 Typing awar . AVA ELLIOTT: Forum club 43 Science club 2,3, Librarian 43 NHS l,2,3,Tres. 43 Latin club 3, Sec. 33 FTA 2,3,43 Quill club 2.4, Historian 33 Orchestra l,2,4, letter l,2,43 Choir l, letter I3 Girls State 33 Sophomore Pilgrimage 23.Perfect Attendance 23 Alt. to Durward Hall's Youth Ad- visory C0uI1C1l 43 3rd place in VFW's Voice of Democracy contest 23 Model UN l,2,3,43 English cert. 23 American Hist. cert. 3. KENNY FIELDS: DECA 43 Art club 4, Sec. 2, Treas. 33 FFA l,2, Asst. Sec. 3, Chapter farmer 2, Greenhand l. JANICE FLEENER: DECA 4, Asst. tres. 43 Home Ec. II award 3. DAVID FRIAR: Lettermans club 2,3, VP 43 Football l,2,3,4, letter 2,3,- 4, Hon.-Men. All-conference defensive tackle 4, Varsity captain 43 Baseball 3,4, letter 3,43 El-Hi-Mo staff 43 Bulldog staff 4. RUTH GRAF: FHA 13 FTA 2,3,43 Pep club l,2,4, letter I3 Perfect Attendance 3, Q. vwaliinmus KENNY HACKER: Art club 3,41 Lettermans club 2,3,4: Baseball I,2,3,- 4: Basketball I,2,33 Track I3 Perfect Attendance 1.2: Class Pres. 33 Stu- dent Council I,2.3, Pres. 43 Honor roll 3,4. JOHN HARRIS: Basketball I. letter I3 Baseball 2.4: Choir 3.4, Honors choir 4: Typing award 3. LOGAN HARRISON: DENNIS HLAVACEK: Pep club 2,3. letter 2,31 Football I3 Band I,2,3,- 4. Cert. of award I,23 Library award 2. TOM HUFF: FFA 43 Science club 4, VP 2: Math club 2.4. Tres. 33 FTA 2.4: Forum club 3.43 NHS I.2.3,43 Basketball I: Football l,2,4. letter 43 Band I,2,3: Orchestra 2: Class VP 2.3: Class Pres. 43 Student Council I.- 3.4. CAROLYN HUTCHISON: FHA I,2,4. Sec. 3, Outstanding Freshman in FHA I: Pep club 23 Forum club 4: FTA 43 Library club 4, Pres. 4: Powder Puff Football 43 Perfect Attendance 2: Librarian 2.4. JACKIE INSKEEP: DECA 3.4. Reporter 43 FFA l.2,3,4, Chapter farmer 2. CATHY JONES: Pep club l,2,3.43 Art club 2.33 FTA 2, Tres, 3, Sec. 43 NHS l.2,3. VP 43 Forum club 3,43 Dramatics 3.4, fall and spring produc- tion 3, Cameo award 3: Cheerleader 1,2.3.4, JV captain 2. Varsity cap- tain 4: El-Hi-Mo staff 43 Bulldog staff43 Student Council 2, Tres. 3: Of- fice girl 2,3.4: Who's Who in High School Dramatics 33 Girls State 33 Model UN 2,33 Honor roll I,2.3.4: Speech contest 3,43 Basketball Homecoming queen I3 Football Homecoming queen 4: Cheerleading letter l.2.3.4. JOHL JULIAN: FFA I.2.3.4, Chapter farmer: Basketball I,23 Heart Throb candidate I. BRENT KELSAY: Lettermans club l,2,3,43 Dramatics club 3,4: Sec. of class I3 Cross-country golf l.2, State golfer 3, runner-up medalist district golf 33 Basketball I,2,3.43 Football l,2. ANNE KINCAID: Pep club 1.2: Quill club l,2. VP 3, Pres. 43 FHA 43 Latin club 3,4, Tres. 3, Reporter 43 Dramatics club 33 Library club 4, Reporter 43 Librarian 43 Bulldog staff 4: El-Hi-Mo staff 43 Band l,2, Lancerette 1.2: Choir I.-1: Poem'in MISSOURI YOUTH WRITES. BRENDA KRAMER: FHA 2: Perfect Attendance I,23 Librarian 3. MIKE LARSEN: Science club I,2,33 Forum club 43 El-Hi-Mo staff 43 Bulldog staff 4, DENNIS LEWIS: Football I3 Basketball l,2: Track I3 Band I,2,3,4, letter l,2,3,4: Orchestra I,2,3,4, letter I,2,3.43 Trumpet Trio at State I,23 Trumpet Solo at State 33 All-conference Band 2,3,4: District Honors Band 2,3,43 Rating of I at State l,2: CMSC Music Camp 3. PHYLLIS LINES: Pep club I,2.3, VP 4. letter l,2,3.43 FHA I,2,3. Reporter 4, Junior Degree I3 NHS 3,41 Art Club Sec. 4: Forum club 3,43 I ff , , f 3' Vi! 1- fzlg. . Y f 1 ff' Q , ,Q -f. . iv 5 , . - .3 we ' H. ' .', W3'2'9": ' A ' 1-V 'I 3 ' " .asf-, . V A K 'lt ,sa 'V if 'wi-:t?51Q':2i2+TQ: Nr ' 3- 'f -L ' fr 'X 3 3 f ,.. 51 , , . f' 3, I . ai 'Ye " A . .3 H... .. at f-3. N- Q., .. if, .uae , 1 -3 'l , ,V x R - ' ft ' 'WT ,f 3 1 ,, 1' -22.1 tt- ist 2 . a I f 'faf-fir, 1 4 M. I W"f.,gfa. f fi ' " ff' f 21 " rr ' ft if I 3 af S t I gi, -iff? v.: ' 1. 3, 'L L46 4. s I xhmuxn FTA 2.3,43 Bulldog staff 3, Editor 4: El-Hi-Mo staff 3,43 Office helper 2,43 Perfect Attendance l.2,3,4: High Distinction l.2,3.43 Certificate of award in Algebra I I. English II 2. Home Ec 2, Geometry 2, American History 33 Model UN 2.3. LUTHER MCLAIN: Quill club 23 Science club 2,33 Spanish club I,23 Dramatics club 3,4g Pan-American Fiesta l,2: Football I,23 Basketball I3 Track I3 El-Hi-Mo- staff3.4: Bulldog staff3,43 fall and spring production 3.4: Best supporting actor 3: Perfect Attendance l.2,3. KAREN MANES: Art club 3.43 Pep club 2.3.43 Dramatics club 3,4, Forum club 43 Fall and spring production 3.43 El-Hi-Mo staff 4: Bulldog staff 4. SHEILA MARSHALL: FHA I,2.3, Junior degree I3 FTA 3,43 Forum club 4: Pep club 2.4, letter 2: El-Hi-Mo staff 4: Bulldog staff 43 Honors choir 3.4. STEPHEN MAYS: DEBBIE MITCHELL: FHA 2.3.4. Junior degree 23 FTA 3,43 Forum club 43 Latin club 2, Scrapbook colector 23 NHS 2,3,4: Student Council 3, Secretary 43 Lancerette 3: Perfect Attendance 2,31 Barnwarming can- didate 2,43 District Barnwarming candidate 2.4, 2nd runner up 23 Miss Merry Christmas Candidate 23 Black Walnut Festival candidate 33 Basketball Homecoming Queen 4. JERRY MITTS: DECA 4. VP 4: Football I: Basketball I3 Track lg Stu- dent Council 4: Perfect Attendance 2,3,43 Class VP 4. GALE MIZNER: DAVID MORLEY: Dramatics club 4: Football I,2,33 Track l,2. CHARLES MORRIS: Pep club 33 Band I.2,3.43 Choir 2.3.4. JERRY MOSS: FFA l,2. VP 3, Sec. 4, State farmer 3, FTA 43 Pep club 1.2. Sergeant at arms 3, Perfect Attendance 2.3. JIM MOWERY: Forum club -I. President 4: NHS 43 Perfect Attendance I.3: Scholastic awards 2.3: Honor roll 4. JOYCE NIKODIM: FHA I,4. Sec. 2. Pres. 3, Outstanding Soph. 23 FTA 3,4: Forum club 3.43 Dramatics club 3, Sec. 4: Pep club I,2,3,4. letter I,2,3,43 Student Council 2. Sec, 33 Sec.-tres. of class I3 Art club 23 Cheerleader l,2.3.4. Co-cap. 2: El-Hi-Mo staff 3.4: Bulldog staff 3,41 Shorthand cert. 23 Typing cert. I3 Perfect Attendance I.2: Football Homecoming candidate I,23 FFA Chapter Sweetheart I: FFA Chapter Sweetheart candidate 33 Harvest Queen candidate 4: Office helper 4. DON NORMAN: FFA l,2. Rep. 3, VP 4, Jaycees award I, Star Chapter farmer 3, 5 Gold Medals I,2,33 Forum club 4, VP 43 NHS 2.3, Pres. 43 Science club 4: Football I: Sophomore Pilgrimage 2: Boys State 33 Typ- ing award 2. LYLE ONCKELET: Art club 3.43 Choir l,43 Perfect Attendance 3. CYNTHIA PALMER: Latin club 4, Tres. 43 Perfect Attendance I,2,3,4. DONNA PATRICK: NHS 2.3, Sec. 43 Dramatics club 2, Pres. 3, Sgt. at arms 43 Forum 3.43 Pep club I,2,3,4. letter 2,3,43 Quill club I: Alt, Cheerleader 2,3. Cheerleader 43 Dist. Speech contest 2,3, Plays 2.3.4, Student Director 3, Speech and Debate Tournaments 2,3,43 Student Council I,4. Student Council Dist. Meeting I3 El-Hi-Mo staff43 Bulldog staff 43 Business Manager 43 Model UN 2,3,43 Who's Who in Dramatics 3: Best Actress Award 33 Dr. Halls Youth Advisory Council 33 Perfect Attendance 2: REA Youth Tour to Washington D.C. 3: VFW's voice of Democracy 2nd place 23 Honor roll I,2,3,43 Debate letter 2,33 Ist runner up in Walnut Festival 43 Harvest Queen candidate 43 Finals in Extem- poraneous Speaking 4: Certificates of award in Poetry 2, Oratorv 2, Oratorical Declamation 3, Debate 2.3. ' LINDA MCCOWAN PERRODIN: FHA I,2.3, Junior degree I3 FTA 3,43 NHS 2,3,43 Forum club 4: Class Sec.-tres. 3: Choir 43 Perfect Atten- dance l.2.3,43 Typing award 23 Home Ec. Award I: Library Service 23 El- Hi-Mo staff 43 Bulldog staff 43 Honor roll I.2,3.4. R-...N 5 i -LL-L is JUDY PETTIBON: FHA 1.2343 Quill club 33 Tres. 43 DECA 4, Hist. 43 Dramatics 33 Sec. 33 Band 1333 Lancerette 33 Choir 13 Miss Merry Christ- mas candidate 3. GORDON PIERCE: GARY POORE: LYLE PRICE: SHARON RAY: Art club 2,31 Perfect Attendance 23 Shorthand metal 23 Shorthand certificate 23 Choir letter 1: Choir certificate lg El-Hi-Mo staff 3343 Bulldog staff 334: Office worker 4. TERRY RITTENHOUR: FFA 43 Science club 2343 Pres. 33 FTA 43 NHS 3,43 Math club 2, VP 3, Pres. 43 Lettermans club 2333 Tres. 43 Foot- ball l,2,334, letter 2,3343 Track l,3,4. NEOMA SCHANTZ: Quill club 33 VP 43 Dramatics club 3,43 Forum club 43 FHA 23 Junior degree 23 FHA pin: Pep club 3, Harvest Queen candidate 43 Class Sec. 43 Bulldog staff 43 El-Hi-Mo staff 4. ROBERT SMITH: FFA 3,43 DECA 4. BECKY SORENSEN: FHA 2,3343 FFA 3,43 Judging award, Dairy award3 Dramatics club 3,43 Band 1,233,4, Band letter, Honors band, Pep band: Orchestra l,233,43 Twirler l,2,3,43 Perfect Attendance 1,23 Fairest of the Fair Queen candidate for FHA. ALICE SPENCER: Art club 2,33 Perfect Attendance 1,23 Typing award 3. DAVID SPENCER: Science club I3 Math club l,23 DECA 3, Pres. 4, DECA Student of the year 33 Track 1. KAREN TAYLOR: FHA l,2,3,43 Junior degree 1, Chapter degree 2, FHA state choir 2, voting delegate 3, Quill club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 23 Hist. 43 FTA 334, Songleader 3, VP 43 NHS 2,33 Hist. 43 Twirler 1,2,334, Head Majorette 3,43 Band 13233343 Honors band 2,3, Band clinic 2,33 Choir 23 Sec. 3,4, Honors choir 23334: Student Council 33 Alt. to Soph Pilgrimage 23 Model UN 1333 Outstanding Freshman in Home Ec. 13 Band letter 1,- 2333 Orchestra letter 1,23 Choir letter 2,33 Football Homecoming queen candidate 33 Miss Merry Christmas candidate 43 High Distinction Honor roll l,2,334. JIM TINSLEY: Lettermans club 3,4, Sec. 43 Forum club 3,43 Math club 43 Football l32,3,43 letter 2,3,4, All-conference line backer 43 Basketball 1,2,33 Track l,3, letter 33 Band 13 Perfect Attendance 3. ARLINDA VITTETOE: Dramatics club 3,43 program chairman 33 FTA 3,43 Quill club 3,43 Forum club 43 Pep club 43 Librarian 13 Choir 1,2,334, letter 1,23 Honors choir l,4, Choral clinic 2,3343 Member of National Fraternity of Student Musicians. BARBARA WALSH: Pep club 13233 Pres. 4, letter 13233,43 FTA 23334, Libr.33 Tres, 43 Dramatics 3,43 Band 132, letter 13 Twirler 1,23 El-Hi-Mo staff 3343 Bulldog staff 3,4. EDWARD WASHINGTON: NHS 233,43 Forum club 3,43 FTA 2,3,4, Libr. 43 Science club 2,3,43 Rep. 43 Math 2,3,4, Rep. 3,43 Track 13 Basket- ball 13 El-Hi-Mo staff 43 Bulldog staff 43 Boys state 3. RICKIE WHITLOCK: Basketball 1323 Baseball 233343 Track 1: Perfect Attendance l,3,4. VICKI WINTERS: TERRY WOOD: DECA 43 Perfect Attendance 1. DENNIS WOODY: FTA 3343 Quill club 3,43 Typing cert, 33 Band 33 Best band student 33 I rating on Tuba solo 2,33 l rating on Brass sextet 33 Choir 132333 Honors choir: Honors Band 2,33 Band letter 1323 Orchestra letter 1,23 Choir letter 1.2. EARLENE WOODY: FHA l,233,4, Junior degree3 Pep club l,2,33 letter 132,33 FTA 43 Quill club 43 NHS 2,33 Band 1,23 letter 1,23 Orchestra 1,23 letter 1323 Office worker 43 Library worker 1,23 Typing award 3. JOHN WOSOBA: FFA 4: Science club 233,43 Math club 2,3, Sec. 43 FTA 233,43 Forum club 33 Lettermans club 43 Football 1,2,3,43 letter 43 Model UN 2,33 Track 1333 Orchestra 1323 letter 1,23 Perfect Attendance l,2,33 Alt. to Boys State 3. WILLIAM WYRICK: .af . fi 2, "Y mfg..-4.-W MyWmamwlm'9wwf1THrw-- .gf ----M.. amz . V , 1 . f BM .fe " we 352 ' 4,. ,, n I .,: As xx W X Q: A-rhtx W . J., W , ,, 7 'V . , ., . V , 25-Q - Ax F ' , ,. X 7, ,,.:u..+ e , Xe , 4 i V. f fff mb. me f 'A . -,W K, e V. ' ,-QM' Q, v:,,,,i'an." fmsw' Four Years Ago We Were: ow We Are gn- pq, -9 Av" in f f JUNIOR HIGH Ju ie Adams Ashley Allison Rhonda Allison Teresa Andersen Todd Anson David Babcock Kimberly Barger Sherrie Barker Barbara Barnum Donnie Beaty Bonnie Belcher Danny Bell Ricky Black Dwayne Boggs David Bozarth Buddy Brower Cheryl Bryant Sam Bursby r'il ff 'Wi fc W . ,.,., r , Jr vt Y Qi if Q 5 J r 4' l -1 Q 18 l WWW? ,,.,h,.:5,., .,, W N M511 Y sW,,. ,,, -- "sf - I H , ,fl , fy 1. ,, 'il gg! ' v gl? MQZQ, Wg! X 4 ,4 we A f f f 1 f ' lf? V m y f. 'ff 1 A ' ff ff , if: 935 fi -, 'f - 'Z f f rf ' " -22' Ea: w,. I V V V i 1 x l K via CV V 'Me ,W-""'o i r VV V iff K' Yi f" x V , ' " 2 W l i V V X ! ,J V , . . W 1 g V o V ,A,. X it " ct 1 V ,I V V .VF V5 s Qi" ' 4 Q V, :f': V l VV-V ' i r ,V ,V M . y Q V we V - tiling i K 1 V t i " -Q at 'S ly V V V , It . ,V , .. ., V 2 1 wt: ' ' V - , .N a Y 1 ' Z I "Y LX la 'ir Qi. ' l -- fe i V V Y '2 f W . ' V , lil V i if i 1 5 i l ff it ' - kkk' gl" in 'tiff 'V ' 1 X Q- W L 5 4 A , V ' ' Z Vi ' M l . 1 X VV f"- i if ki' as . 7 A - - K . ' 2,7 E K v .V , VL I r X V W - , 5 , L N ' M a, f V, x..l, l 'N V V V - . r-VWIQV if "fx f V f' x t 1 V J 54 V if , f K V Q f V g - rag ' - f f f A - rn f -1 ' f lx .7 I N i , : KV VkV.k 4 ' ' : VF ' VI - fp - f? . S- V - . V V x- V affix V1 I H 5' if V Q Q . f-wtf 1.4 na? sl .gm W V, -X Tim Bybee David C'iin David Capps Bob Clifford Rick Coale Kathy Coleman Wayne Collins Candee Cooper Kevin Debler Donald Del Rosario Andrea Dobbs Darrell Eason Diana Edmiston Debra Elliott Randy Fosberg Mark Francis John Friar Russell Greenstreet Russell Hacker Daniel Hackleman Mike Hackleman Cindy Heinemann Kim Hopkins Sarah Horning Bottom left: Randy Markham is work- ing on the band saw during shop class. Middle left: Bob Clifford lays the word on rival George Hammergren. Top left: After five hard periods of class room activities the boys take timeout for some refreshment. Top right: The eighth grade cheerleaders try to arouse the spirits of the football players dur- ing a pep assembly. Top right corner: Kim Hopkins and Carol Onckelet sew- ing in Junior High home economics class. Middle right: Mr. Ralph Mar- cum discusses some locations in Asia during history class. 'IO7 'Wx 2 V 'ewmwmw Ross Jennings David Jones Gary Jones Gwen Kirby Candace Kizer Michelle Lane Debbie Larsen Danny Leonard ea Lurten Dennis Markham Randy Markham Scott Mayberry Debbie Mays Charles McCoy Robert M cCullick Julie McMahon Richard Miles Jay Mizner 1 1 aa, wi, fr f 2 , , 3 M L in vw 55 Lf 1, ,, ,X , yay ,E i, K , sryr' , 4 gf: fl? Biff' a rv. M-fffwi r, -'IQVQCL ,mm Ci - ,fn ' , ' ,gy X 'f ff 'f-H" ' H me yy y f K i 'H fl 'Ulf . . . Q te , Q s - :ty . . tr ,fa g fiv- 1 me H.-ng' jp, - Q ,. m y .4 Q- we W. ' 1 v rf 3 5 4 , l , ,,,., I- I l David Morlan Mike Murphy Chris Neale Tammie Negus im Nichols Susan Norval Anita Olson Carol Onclelet David Payne Suzanne Pentecost Toni Poe Robert Purtle Dale Ray Theresa Robb Gary Robison Sharon Russell Debbie Schantz ' 0 Just Four More Years and We ll Be Through Bottom left Mr Justus discusses math with his eager students. Middle left Mrs Pauline Hlavacek and her English students compare different types of English Literature. Top left: The Junior High Orchestra poses for the annual Middle: Mrs. Jen- nie Barrltt discusses the flight of Apollo Seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders Bottom row left to right Candee Cooper, Cheryl Hoover .Iill Reich. Top row: Dana Sibley Lucille Julian, and Debby Walker. Just four more years and we ll be through and these eighth grade boys can hardly wait. .a-"" ,,..-"" - S Larry Shellhorn Dana Sibley Harold Simmons Brenda Smith Charles Smith Nancy Smith Randy Smith Tina Spencer oe Swopes Ricky Tompkins Quentin Trow- bridge Larry Turner Kathy Vittetoe Debbie Walker Debbie Watkins Donna Weber R4 W we fe 1' may H'-W is vw W SQZYWV W ' 0! Miki! 11 WWW? M WW , f 7 M1 2 if f : mr ei,- g'f'?1i,,r 5 1 If f fm 5 K 7 i Q 1254564 fs. ,,,wfyfmWw- 1 NJ 44-nw 4 ' " if , ' H , iff? , ar 'Q , -as-I V , an ,W f ft-,-rw EY , if X , . X 15:7 ,V -2 4 A 354' if fe M ,. Q fri., M, 1 v . , QMS 1 X, Q 1 M ,A X, M95 Mirage? Vickie White Dennis White- sell Thomas Wilhoit Teresa Williams Terry Willing- ham Billy Wood Melody Wilson Tammy Wilson Sherry Yeokum im Yockey Mike Young Janice Zartman Pictures, clockwise from here: Eighth graders in math class. Junior high cheerleaders are Bottom row, left to right: Candee Cooper, Cheryl Hoover, Jill Reich. Top row: Dana Sibley, Lucille Julian, Debbie Walker. Shop class. Tomorrow we will walk from junior to senior high school. Our band may be small, but we play good. Physical education is always a lot of fun, especially those push-ups. We are always proud to write our year on the board. You can see how proud we are of our year. We Are the Freshmen Of Tomorrow-Sen. 77 5-Qt L? ' l K .i if' yr K H li: 1 - Nw..- Q Ati, o i . ot ---is I a 'I ,Q W 5' I ...- R J Q A A2 3 sf' Greg Allison Rebecca Anderson Marlene Arnold Tim Barnes Jerry Bealy Laura Bedford Berry Berning Colleen Beydler Josephine Bishop Teresa Bland Mitchell Bledsoe Sharon Bledsoe Lori Bradley Steve Bradley Brian Brown We M" ?' 'nl' we MQ 'if 2 M495 V . f ,,., , W A . A Fw. 'Mew iff' we ,4 WSL IV I f,,. ,ia . I ,,,, ,ga Wi, - ff WW i r f M ' 1 0 vw y , , : ,,,' , A ' "K" , ' 1? 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LL L Donald Coale ' 5 ' g A -1.4. J' A Mike Clemmer - gl f f - " Cheryl Clemons '-sv ' X' ' t I U A Connie Collins ,'. -. PLLIL l gf :... - ass' .se Nelda Cox 4' j Linda Dale ' s Ls Melinda Davis , TQ' 35 . ' "i' f ' Martha Dissler I ' ' - L" J it ' James Deline A - , A f 1 ' Y f lL -, t j X ix xwlia - J Q -Q L1 Seventh Grade Is a T'm Many New Things Pictures, clockwise from here: Mrs. Jennie Barritt teaches jr-high science. Seventh grade is the first year of going to the junior high building. Seventh graders in P. E. Science class. Brian Brown works on his Industrial Arts project. Girls sew in Home Economics class. A junior high pep assembly. Mrs. Pauline Hlavacek teaches junior high language arts. Seventh grade cheerleaders are from top to bot- tom: Lucille Julian. Cheryl Hoover, and Jill Reich. Seventh graders in Mrs. Smith's language arts class learn through a bolt of lightning?'? Seventh grade is a year of many new and different things: Home Ec., Industrial Arts, the high school library, and a new building. f 1 EVM . Z i - ur Electwes Are T e Most Fun V fe V Vw fm, ,fm,,Mh,t . -f im ii, k A My 75 ,,., 5 Sheryl Dody Virginia Eslinger Jeff Evans Dennis Fast Greg Fields Carleen Fisher Betty Fleener Roger Floyd Karen Gibbs Rebekah Goodwin Jerry Green Scott Greenstreet Troy Gregg Donna Hacker Rebecca Hamilton George Hammergren Cathy Haynes Brian Henry Doug Hicks Steve Higbie David Highley Cheryl Hoover Sue Horning Danny Howerton Cindy Hutchison Wendy Hutchison Becky Inskeep Cynthia Jackson Jan Jackson Lisa Johnson Gail Jonason Janice Jones Duane Julian Lucille Julian Charlene Keith cw 25??ww -Vw' .MN W,,,V, V VM 4 , affix S J . H ,.,,,. j1'f2vV:f2'i4iA-"J , -- :Q V ' 'tft ' ""tI VV f it fly H, kv 4. by ,Lfry - :naw fswfi, be fv 1 .. if U at ,... 2 V , iz. ef QW, iw , is J .V ' if 7, W. 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'iz V' '1 Hs:-' V 1 1 4 . -" ' " ' - ,wfzgmg , "ef 1 . k ' j ' gif at 2 2, :E i' :gzzffszl , h , , V . J V , J V V V W V 'W ,J V K f , ff' if ' , ' V , -. 1 ' - A V , ff Aj? ' . " QP R 4' , l If ' E ' ' V ' 1' ., fs I ir, -, .. YV .21 . K -V wt: 'i . ft .J -. . J ff A f 4 , 1 Q '9 4 A W . A .... t ...ae Pictures, clockwise from here: Eighth grade cheerleaders, from top to bottom: Debbie Walker, Candee Cooper, Dana Sibley. Mrs. Pauline Smith teaches junior high English. Mr. Jerry Burch teaches junior high science and P. E. Mr. Hulett shows us how to do it in shop. Art class is a lot of fun. A discussion in Home Economics class. Mrs. Nan Bishop teaches reading. v - . M-Q 'lpn N, V 5' .f -Y K rss 1' Li" X 2 Sr ff use 43 .,. . .. 1 'Y " Q X te f, ,, t l W! is i lx px Q. A , 1 f gi? 's 1 W Mi ,Bi- Z-M - - , . in 'ji' 'ze 's xv, it 1' ' X Q I I ft 4 iff ,X xg wi i M f f. ,ba 9' HB fl f t sail ' X 4 .mm ff SQ s 6, tt X5 G L? , Q . I wg , sf' ir F 'gt in f 1 Aa x 4 fs? I' L In If , ' Judy Kemper . Walter Kenny 1 Kevin Lambeth Donald Lewis ' Sidney Lurten Jennifer Lynn Daniel McCarty Steve McConnaughey Mac McFarland Sandra McKinney Richard McWherter Donna Mays Brenda Markham Sandra Medlock Stan Medlock . Luke Mitchell i D 6 Brian Morris ' S Debbie Morris V V ' Steve Moser 1 1' ' Robert gt . ,. ,. Murphey Ricky Newman Betty Norman Z- N 1 5 'Sf 'gig Z.. M, -.fe My A 4 4 n.. ihxiu 'V - ' " " " ' f , f 2 gi VV? W" 4- ff ,.. , . ,, .,s 51. K . Q E , :gi :hs-J. . Study We Even Some . .W re 5 .M Q .gi , ya My 1 e ,' 1 4- 4- ,,.h,,, . :VV . 6 4 f Vu? 1 f ,4 N , ff t fre nee? rf, f' ig F 75 We Mfg? 4 , efhsef ,fear .. reefeiefyefffgs 1. NAV Pictures on this page, clockwise from here: Greg Allison and Nancy Sorensen fake study- ing in study hall, We are the seniors of'78 and we think we are really great. SOLITUDE. Mitchell Bledsoe, Mac MacFarland, Nancy Smith, and Terri Winters walk downstairs to their next class. The hamster in Mrs. Barritt's class finds something interesting in the bottom of his cage. mum. -ssl. Edward Norval K ,,,. ' G Jeanne Peee ' 'N ' E Chery1Pelriek slos r 5. ' . Dora Person M . .Q - if lee-.sg Q eer.. et se?-rf . ' 'fiiggi ,reef 1 - X Joe Person ki , - r 5 I I re rt Dee Ann Phipps y ei e ,Q f e ,W r Calvin Pinkman 5 ' Sherri Price ' ffl xi N. J Jerrree Reeder r t ... ' X Jehrr Regrefer .... . Jill Reich . e -v Sheryll Robb EEN ee ee 5 Randy Rock g Y .Q ' ,qs 2 r.- if s e- m . we X P P e'ii ' ' Q - r ' , N .... . - - -'-' d F N f - e We ' r r ' 5 - V - e r f 1 f . . if K I LIN N ' fag x 0, gag .is .fl .v'r.wv U-41 I g ,. Pictures on this page, clockwise from here: Donald Lewis seems to find something amus- ing in Mrs, Septak's math class. Students in Mr. Ralph Marcum's social studies class study hard for a coming test. Bill Simrcll finds it hard to concentrate when everyone is look- ing at him. Golly, he's only having his picture taken. Sandi Yarnell practices ironing in home economics class. fi:-we XSX , s,-.L.1. 1 , 5 ,k:. -xl: 6 I in-ggjgghi U 9 tw -, Z-32: L tt -I Qf .. r M Angela Rogers , it - ., 5 ,-t. - 1 , , . -1 'Z - -s A - ii' ' ' , Y ' 1 " -.-- John Rogers V ' g. . rv v ir ,L 9 XM r f: E - ' Q 4 Q , f , - '- L 1, ,. . -1 .. B , N w ess. ,. ar Y, ,V , L. V 1 4 .X X -' ,, ty, Q 1 Paula Rogers ' N - H ,V , , - - - ,gigs ,. 7- A ' Y i - I - ' d , , M . ,fy xg - Q ' I, V: A hx I ' Juanita Samples 1 V " ni gi- e " Q 'I J' Craig Schecker , 1 .' I ' 1. . 1 I aff - Q. sl 1 A Y , Lk 'W l Robert Schuchman .' t 3 A K tj i f lji Jill Simone z 4 S it ! ' 1 , 1 1- .ah r f ' , 'S Kyle Slichenmyef et, . D . i s t,ty X . S he f y ' , ' l, Brenda Smith - Q T55 Q2 " ' - 1 w Ar L ' ' , A - A S Y 1 , S .t ' S 1 5 Mme Smllh 1 If -J ff Q - ' , 1 A tg 'S T' gf? 1'A:i .. ' AA . David Snyder " A , ff - A A ' if ' - 5 Nancy Sorensen .- A ,ef f - ' . . l , ' ' ' Penn Steward 11 . f nh I .mx 3 x , 1 5 y lf Q .A If s i z - 3 1 1 Y - ' . . Foxie Sumner J D H 1. ,rg 'Q Dana Swager g ' Q , Lorenzo Swartz " .. is it - 4 if t Eldon Swopes S 5 S fe 1 V. of 1 it e ' s Kenny Tmye, I - S S . 1 ' 'fi X N Mafllvn Tschm 5 - ,K W ,L . ' ' Mark Walker 1' I t ' 5 f yi if ' xv Susan Walsh . ii 1 ,, 1- Q , Q . , ., t v ' wf d ' -'la t ti r 34 its r 1 . e em dr. f- lv.-V:.af:.t,2-s'21--vlfwst -: - . --EJ -V ,, ' - , ' - ' es'-k.i - White 2: ' -- ,K MQ? .5 . - , ' hge- if f--+ 4 js., A l , .V fg A ' ...J x ,, Terri Winters if n 35 , Alt, Wg l K Jamie yric ' k ' 'jf Q23 A I ' in f- 3 ' Q K Sandy Yarnell S . gm-5.5 ' - 5 . r . -v . N' i -Z ii. ' A V w ' ' ' - It ' Lorraine Youll , .h R 'W 'S' In x K N - . X 6 h .. it K V4 R! Y A , K EJ ,,.. Q . . L ' 4 I . a , 1 1 . i -, '-..,. pf S- ' f 1. X :,ft.2.:1m 4 U ,ez i , ,J I. M x jf ' ' .1 ., I f, ,,., f.. V- , . M. Kai t f ' ' N- fs, 1 'L ' 2' , V i U ' f i! 5' ie 1. ' - :: . ' Y ,MM w, ,, - , f' . 1.01.1 f.1v,,,,. ' 2Tf"".,,-,.:--4' I .- J r. High Sports The Junior High Sports program is similar in many ways to that ofthe Senior High. The Football team is cheered on to victory by the Junior High cheerleaders, as is the basketball team. The Junior High Coaches are Richard Kitchens. Wayne Greenwood, and Malcolm Murphy. Clockwise from above right: Coach Greenwood and Coach Murphy. The eighth grade football team. The 7th grade plays Stockton. Football action is observed by the coaches, The Sth grade against Butler. The Junior High Cheerleaders. The 7th grade defense against Clinton. The 7th grade foot- ball team. The 8th grade runs against Fort Scott. The Punt, Pass, and Kick trophies. The Sth grade waits for the snap. 1 4 ' ' ? iQmLgQ3'5 ii: 1579355- 1.4.41 'P w -4? N L' fm f, Y wu"fiAYf"Lf,, ,,. ., .MA ,Lf rv in mr.Qi L11 V-s ,i v J ,- fl Q .1 . ' -N -,UW rv k . 4' 'i X L .. 5 my ,Q - ' ' f' , '-Jf:,J..- LW ,- 'V ,Q W K1 .ff 'i4'f'9svm S' f 55,1 L .Q . X24 4'f'L 'rvi ",-AJ L Q. , fi wwe -Y Ae M,A5:,Miwf,M,,N,gi., W ..,V -4, W M., .4 I-Zi! riff 7 H,-.-z 4 S Aw- 1 ' 'M X-ff 'M Q Y as H 1 ' ,lf g ,,wfv?w . W www , we! IZA f 1 kg? ,3 if , , ,X ,amm- K ,ff f gf GQ if 5' kg ELE NT RY The 6th Is the Great- est, Neatest, oisiest, And Wildest Grade of ll... Picture Clockwise: Advanced Beginners Strings - Left to right: Anna Keith, Rhonda Hacker, Janet Hicks, Karen Brattin, Mary Carter, Kandi Fowler, Anita Runyan, Annette Kenny, Wayne Murrell, Kevin Snyder, Dean Kenny. Next is Miss Luella Phipps in her l4th year at El Dorado. Next, Class is always a ball when the teacher steps out ofthe door. Changing rooms class by class, hour by hour, and day by day. Jacqueline Baker Elizabeth Branes Randall Barger Janet Barnum Blaine Berning Mark Breeding Beth Ann Belcher Mark Bozarth Kathy Bruce Rodney Buller Mike Burns Daniel Cargill Robert Cartwright Cynthia Coale Carmen Compton Anneta Cline Lisa Curtis Ronald del Rosario Rhonda Dillon Lisa Dobbs David Dissler Curtis Eason Sheran Fletcher Bryan Floyd Randy Floyd Donna Fullright Tim Fugate Laura Gambrel Jerry Gentry Jackie Gilpin r. X , .s, , T 'Std' it ses L 5 , --. :. 7 i W ' fr, 9 - of , . , ff o .-5 X 9 :15522 XSS:-Q3'fX' " I """ ' " f' Q, 271. S s was s as ., is QQ X ...K N . ,.k ,cr as rw F , as B-use J 2. is Wm X ..-aQf'-M, X, J. 1-.L ' 1 G fa it W ,A 5 Q! sr, Q " - S in Q . 5 1' N ' H-.5 ' ' , ' ST Q.. LN Q "' I .x 3 X 3 9- Q J F Q22 gy . ' 3 4 R i w 4 .5 1 Q , I sis ,' fp , t si: pf, , Jackie Gibson .'A'A-1 , Larry Gooden - - V ' Johnny Gransbury ' ' Anthony Graves ' ' Betty Greathouse 4 - 1 ' v- Dean Greenstreet Rhonda Hacker , P ,R ".- ," 'radii' A 4 I m r A J Wx! to if , N 7 9 9 . Brenda Green ,J " ' ' if kt - has A E ,wi , rryk ,, Tamela Hacker 2 Ann Hackleman Jeanne Hackleman L " - Kenny Hamilton h Leesa Hazelwood , , AV Janet Hicks f it Rhonda Hiestand Linda Holt 'EEVMWT yilli' tw j it pggg f i f , W na ei r Q f S 7 1 ' The ll7 sixth graders learn with and without a teacher. Above Mrs. Phylicie Houk teaches Language Arts. She received her Masters Degree this summer. Going clockwise Miss Luella Phipps. Mrs, Amy Tittle teaches Language Arts. This is her first year at El Dorado Springs. 5th period P.E. class jumping ropes. Good manners are stressed in the cafeteria. J N sw 'tttti I 2,3311 i f '. f QU 7 "it 1 . it . 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'Qf' . tn Efx X But a Teaeher's Helpmg Hand Is Sometimes Needed Pictures clockwise, Mrs. Suzana Swager and some of her students Miss Castle She is a student teacher from Southwest Baptist College teaching for Mrs Swager 6th grade choir at open house Looking through the doorway Mrs. Houk lends a helping hand to one of her students Advanced Beginning Band. A helping hand is always there when needed ,W at , X. g t Q is f 1 Fifth Graders Like Dressing ut for P.E In fifth grade we do lots of things that we have never done in school before. This year. in the cafeteria, we are allowed to sit anywhere we want to and when we are finished eating we can leave and go back to our rooms. Instead of changing classes when the teacher tells us. we leave when the bell rings at the end of the hour. We have study halls every day which means we can get most of our homework done at school and not have to take so much home with us. We get to know our upperclassmen in fifth and sixth grade choir. Gym is a lot more fun this year because we get to dress out. The pictures are clockwise starting in the upper right hand corner. Top Right: Mrs. Maxine Wilson has been teaching in El Dorado for 19 years. Center Far Right: One ofthe 144 fifth grade students who enjoy dressing out for gym is Pam Maxwell. Center Right: Tina Frey cheers ber team on to victory in P.E. Far Bottom Right: Sometimes wejust goof off! Bottom Center Right: We like open house because sometimes the teachers brag on us! It gives us a chance to show off our work to our parents. Center Bottom left: Boo! Bottom Left: Sometimes we even surprise the teachers and study! Top Left: Mrs. Elaine Monroe is one of our very favorite teachers. Q- L B . ' B B' ff f .B 1 f ' B B 'B 1 H X :B Ng? - :KL-C .ig jk I . .. s. ,.,. .... f-.f . . s : - i if .. B :ti. . if . . t B t A -f .gf 5' 's Q B B B st. 1. B mg,-,5vas,s'eaw,:,.S,1,-..f ARS. .1 . . as -'evra -f-- .. . t is .... . . .5 X BB. S B1 gg B ff, ' ,Q Y .r. A .... ..L, . 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ZX .gf 0 1 ,L , 6 i T Q '39 'Y s ENGR if 'gl X H 1 at ' arf . , . , - ., A Q Q York Morlan QE H -3 .gg ,Q V -i gp, as A x -si- ' 2 - f My - , X A. p, Ki Through a long day, music provides a period of relaxation to everyone. We are proud of our music department. The pictures are clockwise, starting below: We are working hard to fill the places of those who came before us. Bottom right: Our small band gets better every day. Some day, we will be as good as our high school band is now, Far left on bottom: Hair was made for pulling! .Iona Brewer just found out. Far left center: Mrs. June Marshall has been teaching school for three years. This is her first year as a fifth grade teacher. Top left: Fifth and Sixth grade a cappella choir stop singing long enough to pose for a picture. This year, the choir sang at the nursing home at Christmas time.'They also participated in other activities. 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Art class gives fifth graders the chance to use their artistic minds to create priceless pieces of art. Fifth graders can always count on the guiding hand of Mrs. Vickers when they are looking for a library book. Mrs. Koca teaches her fifth grade music classes the various musical instruments. Mrs. Baumgarner helps her students during study hail. Fifth graders await their Valen- tine's Day party. Mrs. Barbour checks daily papers, 132 " if I 4 Wa t ,ut 2 H1 JAA1 x X . 0 " W . wget -'-' rs, Q - X 'sv.gi.5 . ie- , '- . . . , X lifiifl?--lf"f7 ' 7 . . , . ' a , e e . 4- X. iz ' F '- J f ' - ff 1 I . e ' 1 ' s N we:-1:t,' .N gjp.. l ., V -1-aafsiif 'tfjrwagi its A f atfsfsfi-ii:.L., t- --tt- ' t 1 v ' . P 134 X K "-"if lvl? X . ' ' e at -'ir fri f A- - it . E- git, ,f,:-:gg -.-1. ' 'ng I L 0 z ,sis Q at - . 5 . . I 's fig- Q X f . .if ,.. .1 'X..'. r '--'--- t-'M-M vw was-hw.. -. i f. X - - straw .- Q, x., ii: '- t wel ' ,. . ggymi s ' WBAQAMWMWNWQ g Q ixmi-if ,A . 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'E ' i' - .S I V, 1 ., S 53554 Q 1 K it ' - gi ' -., S' 'S . -- -Q 4 1 it it if ' 1 1 ' ' 'rf' VI f I M Q P--if Scott Pentecost Darryl Perkins Carol Person Greg Powell Elizabeth Price Kevin Purtle Kristi Rabe Bonnie Reeder Steven Roe Mary Rogers Sean Rogers Danny Runyan Linnie Sallee Cherylon Schecker Gregory Sewell Bobby Shellhorn Connie Simmons Sherrie Smallwood Deena Smith Brad Sprinkle Robert Stacy Jimmy Summers Marsha Swartz Ilene Tabor David Taylor Marilyn Taylor Charles Tigner Stephanie Turner Chris Vickers James Vittetoe Beverly Wadsley Cindy Walsh Bonnie Wasoba Mark White Darren Whitesell John Winliel Alvin Woolford Terri Yarnell Nancy Yoder Caroline Anderson Joe Janes Ruth Smythia T7 as ' 'v gs L.:- 4th Grade s Getting Different Q Teachers for Different Classes ,. , M . 1 U , if LW 4 3 ,jjfx n 1 ,Af li W' aw 2 ire W , g vil- n y ff Y? 2 W as if 11 51 .,Q: if rg f 1, . ..., 5 S' X X X xx xx Mu L11 A :fi rm .Q - y t ' ' W so W EV fa ,.f , :,'r.g 1 "ns2 3 ,..,,.:, 3 1.e C f Robert Alvord Margaret Andersen Karen Arnold Mitzi Bennett Richard Bennett John Bergstrom Lesa Beydler Richard Bourland Lisa Bradley Douglas Brown Michael Brown Gary Bruce Jane Bryant Ricky Bryant Valynn Burchett Billy Camarillo Kelly Campbell Myron Case Linda Chadd Jhonna Chambers Carla Claypool Peggy Clemmer Paige Clemmons Ricky Coale Steve Conwell Kevin Costello Richard Culbertson Bobby Davis Donna Ellifrlts Brenda Elliott Catherine Evans Christine Evans Randal Fletcher Robert Foley Victor Garrett Michael Coldiron rr ,no Hf ik C3 qjif K +1-3tl fi t Lv , a, Q +R af A - " r ' ,, .f 'Q . 1 - V, fe -' f.-"1 M ' 5 - - .E - , ' ff . , , pf? 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Fourth graders spend their extra time goofing off once and a while in class. A ui - ., W" 3 A 2 xx, .t 1 Q at 5 jig at .. t ff' A1 f'?::-- l 1. -ff :iw as 1. 2 'St Q35 M A f t 5 if as s If ,7 ' . -'Tran V ,frm N , fQQf,f,'n:m,.f af fr Q. l 47f?'f ff l f 1 'X - QA I iff, Mar CM' my ,?l42,f1zfwf'S,f We r r ,gcL.Q'Qff?J9g4f L Pictures clockwise from here We are rewarded for our good work H1 there' Sometimes we even find time to read our Weekly Readers Mrs Marsha Gilbert Mrs Hazel McLain poses for her picture Mrs Zimmer grades the many papers that we do for her Jamie Marcum has a few questions about fourth grade We Stud Hard David George Albert Giocalone Douglas Gilbert Judy Gilbert David Goodwin Sheila Graf J anolyn Green Mike Green Raymond Gregg Carolyn Heckadon Archie Herren Cheryl Hicks Brenda Hieber Marsha Hill Sonny Hill Larry Hoover Steve Huckaby Craig Jackson lf , Q if x Us X srassss ai rw- : ,W ' 'K , '- " - X W Y. x , R as as.: me . ,aww : 1-1 f- .-sf .. 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Bot- tom left: Bret Keith is trying to figure out which way to go during a change of his life. Middle left: Miss Debbie McDonald is a graduate from Southwest Missouri State University. This is her first year of teaching after receiving her degree, Top left: One of the pretty bulletin boards used during open house. Top Middle: Eating lunch seems to be fun since you get to talk all you want while you are there. Top right: Mrs. Peggy Carter is a graduate of Southwest Baptist College. This is her first year of teaching after receiving her degree. Center: Cold weather means staying inside for recess. ss: L64 A Q, . -Y, ,L .ii1 " 4X il YV' Q-k' ,ff Ll 1--Q l xy, x ls if we it i 2 fx 'Th Sherri Adams Davin Allison Robbie Allison Sandra Amick Timothy Anderson Brian Ashley Brenda Baker Karen Banks Joe Barger Randall Barker Bonnie Barnard Cindy Barnes Robert Barton Ellen Bell Patty Bennett Douglas Bettis Karen Bigler Diane Blankenship Mark Bledsoe Mickey Bohbett Rusty Bogart Brenda Bourland Brent Bozarth Donna Bruce Norma Bruce Denton Burchett Kerry Campbell Charles Cantrell Terry Carver Gary Cartwright Randy Chadd Ray Cross Brenda Culbertson Mark Curtis Kathy Dean Kevin Dody 'I4l QM... X ,gl 3 iw... if 4 is 4 Meaning The Changing lassrooms Bottom left: Bart Harper seems depressed and tired of staying inside. Top left: Changing classes is just one of the many new things we get to do. Top Center left: Art class is a time when you can make a mess and let someone else clean it up. Center: Cleaning out desks just doesn't seem to be the best thing to do during recess. Top right: Music class is a time of learning new songs and singing old ones. Middle right: Mrs. Lucille Barnett has spent twenty-three years ofteaching including the fifteen years of teaching here in El Dorado. f 2 F fwyr -Q for Q, s V vfrftwf. - 4 s . i , - "2 ' ,- :s,:K5. 'wr-. . ..J.f,:?.::i": :' ::: D' fs " tv , F Is : if . Y f Q- Q 51-: ff' . s.s..,qgs:f:.: ff h'l' l ag? , ,L . , t, at , Q gi Q, in-isis A wifi ' Q. ,, at if X5 xg E .. Xtwurflt. s.,, WN, A... 0, -as K N X XNGNN 'K -----H --N, -'V -and. . Wigs gf?-f,QiR-r:.:9t.z2sW - N, Xi .NX - ,,,,w,..cgyt ,,tgf-the x - M NRM, '-wir? Mm e X x xi , f-f fi ' ,fe six . . ' w.... f' J. W W. 5, V. 4., ,'--f-eq, W 'K K X t 3 i 9 t 1 if L lx I :Q 5 Q' s. gk: 3 , L-me , ,X , fs.:fw'.ga. , NM. if . 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Elenter: Lfhe library is a time to relax and to enjoy some of the books on t e stac s. H Kawai l 3 ., ,Lx Bonnie Moore Kenny Moore Cindy Morris Carl Murphy Mylene Pond Vickev Raines Ronald Rector Gaylene Redmon Timothy Register Terry Rock Douglas Shanner Lisa Simmons Kelly Snyder Kimberly Spencer Jeffery Stutesman Kimberly Summers Robbie Turley Carla Van Howten Sandy Wadsley Rhonda Walsh Ginger Weaver Martin West Mark Wheller Dana Whitlock Christina Williams Jon Willingham Linda Woolford Betty Wosoba Debbie Wyrick Nancy Yoekum Maureen Youll Dena Young Virginia Friar Phillip Vaughn Second Graders Like Art and Music David Baker Mike Banks Sheila Barclay Donald Barker Karen Barton Christine Bedford Stormey Bedford Aaron Berning Diane Boyle Kelly Breeden Dirk Bridges Sheree Brower Chris Brown Vincent Brown Rosie Bryant Sandra Burchett Rebekah Campbell David Cargill Lorent Case Lisa Cassidy Wayne Clemmer Juanita Cline James Compton X Pam Coyle 1 Robin Culbertson Carol Dissler Cheryl Dobbs Teresa Dobbs Mike Dozler Carl Driskill Brenda Eares Christi Fast Kim Fast Rebecca Foley . 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Left: Mrs. Lillie Francis has a small desk of her own. Lower Left: Singing is something we all love to do. Far Left: This class is hard at work. Upper Left: Dennis Fredine sings along with the rest of the kids. Upper Middle: Six of the second graders are proud of their Christ- mas tree. Upper Right: Mr. Robert Williams helps a student with his drawing. Far Right: Nothing like being busy!!! Lower Right: Bruce Swopes draws a picture. .is Hifi- it V 4 , v,,, is ff, ak f. Q ' - g,f ,,, W, W WW War l f .:f'5?et,e, f , ' f" gt, ,,,., , 1, , ,,.h A ,., W IV Pictures are clockwise from page 148 to page 149. Above: Eating with the teacher isn't much fun. Above Right: Playing is a lot of fun. Middle Top: Eating this early makes you hungry later in the afternoon. Far Left: I've been waiting for this and it's hard work. By learning to do cursive writing you seem to grow up a lot faster. Far Right: Mrs. Eslinger likes the camera today. Right: Playing army is a lot of fun. Bottom Middle: Moving faster than light, they whiz by. Dennis Fredine Patricia Friar Harry Funk Barbara George Paula Jo Green Dennis Hallford Carol Hargrave Lisa Hendricks Alisha Henry Missy Higgins Julie Hubbard Jeanne Huckaby Jeff Hughes Jeffrey Jennings Shirley Johnson Roger Jones Dixie Keith Polly Ketterman Robbie Kincaid Michael Koca Perry Lackey Sheryl Lambrecht Kimberly Leedy Craig Leonard Scott Lutes Vicki Marcum Lisa Martin Angela Mays John McCarty Douglas McNeece Sondra McWilliams Carolyn Mogan Patricia Mooney Alan Morlan Tad Morlan Joseph Mullen Mike Murphy Naoma Nelson Paula Newman Shane Olson it s fstti ""?"-mW.,.,..M wid 49 ' ! ' ' WY ,N 3 ' .wffibgfi ', I A K I , if at I i V,,,!,iw gm,,e are 9 ,,'. . ??5f-ffivf 1 ' iei,li-iff my L Elm .: gx Cursive Writing Is Harder Than We Thought 3 5 -- f . MN, - 'X , N 'x J 5 , 1 153 5-TSW f A 5 VN Royce Plain Darin Powell Denise Proctor Robin Raines e Robison Patricia Rogers Susan Rowell Jenny Sallee Randy Schwalm Shelli Scott Ronald Stacy Doug Starkey Shelly Starkey Rolena Stone J ff Tracy Smith the Pictures, clockwise from here: Alan Morlan studies hard to make good grades in second grade. Mrs. Webb leads second graders in a game at recess time. Miss Holt watches her students read their daily lessons. Mrs. Ruth Koca leads the first and second graders in a song at the annual Christmas program. An art design for American Education Week. We display our artistic efforts for everyone to see. "Hoot, hootl" said the owls to all the visitors. The sw- ing at a rare moment- empty. The dance around the Christ- mas tree at the Christmas Program. X' Q? 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T, t'fffm1. r ss 'M A- f 'fl . f V , , it , .. , f ' V 1'7" 'Y 55fIig,w51g'X,, ': - , s ,.. , ,. '-5 P501 'I7?'.,?f.-"fix", ' Iii' 'J ffiyv - UTA fy MMC. .. Mary Beth Cartwright Ronnie Cartwright Tina Chadd Johnnie Chambers Kelly Coale Terry Coleman Cindy Collins Jerry Courtright Donald Daniels ? E Q 2 Teresa Babcock Danny Baker Glynis Baker Kimberly Baker Judy Barnum Linda Beaty Ronnie Bedford Joi Jan Bennett Nicholas Bergstrom Jim Bruce John Bruce Kristy Burton Mitchelle Cain Tommy Carpenter Eric Carriker Tim Carter fhr Teresa Dody Douglas Dozler Raymond Eaton Marvin Eslinger Cindy Esry Gregory Fast Donna Flether Becky Floyd Ronnie Floyd Tom Fogel Kim Fox Georgie Francis Sherri Funk Leroy Gann Kristina Gibbs Cathy Greenstreet Kelly Hillsman Gary Horning John Huckaby Marie Hurd Rusty Janes Vaughn Jenkins Craig Jones Troy Jones Sally Keith 'i"i "1' 43,-1 Wwe f l .album ' Bottom Right: Gina Smith smiles as she enjoys nap time. Bottom Left: Mrs. Carolyn Steward shows students how to operate the Christmas lanterns. Upper Left: Mrs. Webb. Upper Center: Charla Gerster learns to think "Concentrate", Middle: Georgie Frances and baby doll Christi enjoy both napping and playing. Upper Right: lt's Wendi Mar- tin's turn to lead the lunchroom line back to Mrs, Korth's homeroom. Center Left: Billy Richardson. Ronnie Cartwright. Ronnie Bedford, Rex Lasley sit at their desks and learn how to be more tidy by clean- ing their desks. ,af 54.4. ni 11- 1' Q45 sfhc !4 H ,Atta ,.-as-ff t S L e N. , T if ,A.AA t Q git t is E it is fi, as X gi 'ai .S A 7? Brian Koger Felicia Kretchet Rex Lasley Angela Leonard Linda Lurten Becky Lusk Jack Martin Jerry Martin Louisa Martin Wendi Martin Sheila Mays Rusty McCowan Evertt Moore Tricia Mullen Sandra Nichols Kevin Parrish Kelly Pentecost Lorna Poster Laura Pyykola Bi y Richardson Top right: Becky Lusk, Kelly Cole, Mitchele Cane and Shawn Young are dressed up for the Christmas practice. Right center: Learning to read. Right bot- tom: Enjoying lunch time. Bottom center: Teacher, Mrs. Thelma Forrest. Bottom left: First grade Christ- mas rehearsal. Center left: Craig Jones is full of Christmas spirit. Center right: Taking daily naps. First Grade is a time of enjoyment and work. Counting Goes Like This- Darryl Stires Denise Stone Jamie Stone Lisa Swopes Kendall Tabor Richard Tigner Rodney Tipper is f I 1 Ricky Watts fi fi f ' X, Matthew - , ,fi Wheeler ' Karen Wilson ' ' ' ' if S Sherry Wimmer g g 7 Ii, H gf A 5 Eric Wood ' 2 1 'W' W1 ff ' Shaun Young ' HC, 522 t ! W Vannessa f.,V , V ' " " f' jg Zartman L ' 'v af 4:1 an ff, it L ittiifif , , i ,Q T f ff ff if 1 S ,QQ fly 7' yn - Q W' 'wg u -4 , A, . KM, 656 ly , iiiiikf ' is ' if 1 Daniel Rogers David Schwalm Shannon Sewell DeAnna Shaner Robin Shull Harold Smallwood Gina Smith Joanna Smith Terry Smith f , I , . 71 .fx ,VZ Q 4 in mf 1 l f W4 . ,. 124 1 "D , Jgf x , is v ll 4 ax ' 2' Q L. fo A 'v -. 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A5g5?fEf5:f55L,ii,'55 V :Ny 1: 1 .X .gg "ii'Z:'ii 'yi 4251551242552 25525 -'f . HJ 5 fc f -'ifligm' 1123? f 'fl :A .V+ ' ' ' ' . .-4 22224 assi? I testis, rid Q 'B mx M W -':' I' 'Q D H , it t 'i ii 132 W 4 - i ' I Tammy Adams Jamie Alexander Troy Alexander Aimee Allison Misty Allison Xi O K . 1 . Q a i - Troy Allison Sheryl Appleberry Ricky Baker Ronnie Barker Henry Barnes Roger Bryant Sheila Budd Shannon Burress Jesse Case Tammy Brewer DCC Claypool Billy Brower Suzanne Bergstrom Chuck Bishop Stacy Bohanan Kindergarten s the Bestest Grade of ll Kindergarten is a time to prepare us for the years ahead, We learn to get along and make new friends with those around us. At the same time, we learn to work and play, even if we really don't want to. That's how we learn to cooperate. Pictures reading clockwise from the copy are: Lindsey McWilliams enjoys reading a book and looking at the pictures. As we watched the Christmas program, the teddy bear had to see too. It's nice not to have worries like the big kids do. Mrs. Williams plays songs on the piano for us sometimes. We even learn songs to sing. B We Ma e any New Friends Above: The jungle gym can be lots of fun. Below: After playing so hard, we have time out for a nap. Mrs. Cross tells us a story. On the opposite page, Mrs. Lois Wakefield looks on as we play outside. It's supposed to be nap time but, some ofusjust rest. We tell each other secrets and keep them too. Upper right corner: Mrs. Kincaid helps us when we have trouble. In kindergarten, we learn to share with our new friends - even our glue. Welre always ready to eat a hardy meal at noon. We leave Liston School and go to the cafeteria to eat with the big kids. 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K ff-E 1 1' Sawyer Kellie Scott Tracy Scott Penelope Sheeks Tara Simpson Steve Spain Brenda Starkey Darin Steward Roger Stone Jennifer Stutesman Charles Sumner Theresa Tabor Jimmy Thompson Darren Toliver Sandy Tye Devin Underwood Beth Watts John Wheeler Kristi White Sebrina Williams Bobbie Woodson Floyd Wosoba Mike Wyrick J ohnna Yeokum nd Have Lots of New Experiences Pictures reading clockwise are: Cathy Marshall swinging at play period. Mrs. Cross helps us with our work. A really new ex- perience is eating in the cafeteria. We even eat with silverware instead of our hands now that we're in school. We have our own water foun- tains too. We wait in line and take turns even if we're dying for a drink. We learned the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the year. so that we could say it every morning. We get to goofoflonce in a while. but not very often. What we really like to do though is art work - coloring, drawing, and cutting out things. Mrs. Graf is one of our helpers. Whenever we have a problem, she helps us. As you can see, we have lots of experiences. k e.es . t... -f Darren Martin George Marlin Steven McCarthy Gina McPeak Lindsey Mc Williams Willie Mooney Brenda Moore Jamie Mullen Oralie Murphy Laurel Olson Shelly Pen' dergraph Shane Potter Pamla Pyykola Melvin Reaves Bradley Redmon Theresa Rogers Susan Roseman Shauna Runyan Ns.. i E un- 62515,- lrA- F 1 wwf 4, -:arf V g-- 1 'J sf :Ig 5 X. F . . -a lf v M330 f ,. 'Q 5 -its , K ag as 'Y 1' Kaya as MOU N Min-. is ,,,,.,,,,. Ein .1 . '- fir: 19 ' L" as-as - A I si: .. I .. A i ,. - was -. 1- - ,QW . .L ffl., . ji. "' Q I1 ' ' --J' A :'..': w: fu. ' S . J! 3 sf: A af: '- 'E :f.5is!51-iiff :l f . ', K f f A J J ' X fffewjjwwlef 1 my-' if f ' M ,N-....:..qr---"e'W'l'Wl""W" ' - - . S E S SNL .,,.h,.,,, ,Y X S W5 LL'- '31 N i M Q Y ,. 1,3 .W 1- .j ,L ,K M, wh 4 . . A"' A . 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Ns where the fine food is , complemented by the fast and friendly service Tri-County State Bank member of FDIC The Dairy Queeg, For homestyle cooking visit Adams' Grill Where E.H.S. students save for their future. for every meal Hyw. 54 EI Dorado Springs 6 M a I d Where you can always expect friendly service and y it good food. Stop at lVlorlan's Where you get fast service Montgomery Ward Floyd Agency Foots the spirit at El Do Tina's Flower Shop For Floral Arrangements fo Every Occasion Sibley And Tnatch -. 6 ,wet E, ,wg V7 Nice people, a beautiful place, friendly service, and a place to rest, can be found at your United Supers located on Hyw. 54 EI Dorado Springs wi' Tell your kin to shop at Ben Franklin 5 and 10 L- 3 k 'QM' ' is 6 if an li I X. K F if f ! 1 , aa' 'sig we . gl KAMO Electric Cooperative, Inc. EI Dorado Springs, Missouri Your consumer owned power company serving Southwest Missouri Carters Serving ,Y me ,ce-N' . - aww? HACKLEMAN'S FLOWER SHOP Blooming With Many New Ideas BULLDOG BOOSTERS MC CAMPBELL BEAUTY SHOP ERNEST HARRIS Representing STATE FARM INS. BEAUTYRAMA SALON Mary Young owner Bonnie Berry operator Adi Hopkins operator Judy Bader operator Cooper's if - -NH, s Jain . . . .-mf, 4 2....,k - :WJ 'fu . , . . y ,fK,, W, vW5. A152 . -ww an-.v...w ., 2192 , fi ' MQ ' -- vnfaaum . Qs. .1 f. ,, 1 . 4, n,': Q 1 s s 'ff re. -Lg F33 15, ,...W-Q.: ..'r.:,.3 -.-............,ki, 5 . pr 'Em 4 - . .: 1 lvl 1.4. ,f31W"f 1-. 1 4 . V 3 Q ,ff gzQ.f-. x nw? at w ,f. v 5 we n,m +V, -A f HARWJARE T RU0F lNG Humans E LNQS ,ixik 1:4443 1'9" Variety is the spice of life, so visit Haynes Variety Stop at Witt's 66 Service and you'lI stop again Located on Hwy 54 Producers Gram Cong ratulates the Ag boys by Counts, you can count on CAGLES FURNITURE MART better idea Ford 5 . 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